Aragon High School - El Tesoro Yearbook (San Mateo, CA)

 - Class of 1963

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I .V,,. 5 "yy fp A.V,,- WIKIV lp .v'- ' ff Q9 N X - . Q . , .. .. ,HQ if 1 V' iv - , 'L- ,a..A'M ' "V ,fi O . X 5 - L ,V.' f 1 A-'Z' I , 4 x v ' ffnf' M di sq' 0 ! M5 w i 1w,wMv Y i' X ' mxugj if Xl QXX ,Aff MSN BDSQV X S2?:Qvff2 QQ! Q J? Sgy f ff ff, w OW C3 w Nm ff , 1 Q W9 R51 f'?f4i D g?N F X , W VXI' Q! fx N ,JW .QP X UT' ' Q , fy ES O QW yyvo, SGP ww 2 H1 v N uf . wif gwfw N-f 'J Ex QW ,A . R. Fw ,MV 1 '-I 4 V xg Vx 5 g X . , 1 ' . Q Qi. f- L, Us 3 -Ig KENNETH G. ALLEN S Principal Northwest Missouri State .... favorite pastime, reading .... dislikes thoughtless acts of students that reflect on our student body. . .advises "Students should take advantage of every opportunity both in and out of the classroom to develop their abilities to the highest degree possible. The future holds little promise for the untrained person with an insuf- ficient amount of knowledge. Hard work now will help you later to gain success and live a meaningful life." AUDRA LONGLEY Dean of Girls U.C ..... likes reading .... dislikes hypocrisy .... says "Understand your- self so that you may understand others." HENRY THERKELSEN Dean of Boys Pacific U., Stanford .... likes outdoor life .... dislikes an empty pocketbook . . . ."Honesty, hard Work, and self- sacrifice are essential to success in life." 5 PAUL ARMSTRONG Counseling San Jose State, Stanford . . . .llkes athletics, gardening .... dlsllkes oomplainers .... says, "Think ten seconds be- fore you do or say any- thing." HAROLD BOWMAN Science U.C., C olumbia U., Clarks on, Stanford, Colorado, Reed. . .likes gardening, wood- working, reading, poll- tlcs. . . .dislikes poor sports. . .says "Read with your eyes and mind open--be fair to all." JUDY COTTER Spanish Stanford. . . .likes "toncando la quitarra" . . . .says, "En boca cerrada no entran moscas." 8 NORMAN ARSLAN Biology S.F. State, U.C .... likes reading, cooking . . . .says, "Because something is difficult doesn't mean that it lsn't worth trying." HELEN AUSTIN English U.C., Boston U., S.F. State .... likes bridge, theater, reading .... says,"Do your assign- ments BEFOREtheyare due." RICHARD BELL Drama ROBERT BRANDEBERRY Science Wash. State, S.F. State, U.C., U.O.P .... likes sklndivlng, model rail- roading. . . .says "Be clear and concise ln all communications a n d make it easy for the teacher to glve you a grade." HELEN BROWN - Counseling U. of Kansas, U. oflll. . . . .likes reading. . . . says, "Try to make your foresight as good as your hlnds ight." ,JOHN CAFFERATA Social Science S.F. State. . . .likes water skiing, surfing, reading, foreign films . . .dislikes reactionary conservatives. CHARLES BENNETT Math wept. I-Ieady Iowa State, Drake, Minn. U., San Jose State, U.of Santa Clara. . . .likes traveling, camping, sports., . . .says, "Try to reach a happy medium between fun and work." JEAN CLARKE Business U.C. L. A., U.C., S.F. State. . .likes "helping my own children grow" . . . .dislikes phonles, bullies, qultters .... says, "Understand yourself--then work!" ROBERT BENNETT Counseling Montana State, U. of Montana, U.C .... likes hiking, traveling, crafts . . . .says, "Plan ahead --Word hard--Aim nigh." EARL CONNOLLEY M sth 1 i DONALD CRAWFORD Art mept. Heady U. of Redlands, U.C. L.A., Calif. College of Arts and Crafts, S.F. State. . .likes travel, beachcomblng, painting, music .... dislikes ln- terruptions .... says, "Discover your poten- tial ability." BEN DENTON Music fDept. I-leadj EDWARD DIAZ Physical Education San Jose State. . .likes sports. . .dislikes stu- dents. . .says, "Sh8P9 up or shlp out!" PETER onosac English C relghton U., U. of Oregon, U.C .... likes listening to music, reading .... dislikes Monday mornings. . . . favorite advice to stu- dents, "NOX" JAMES DUNSTAN Social Science Dept. Headj U. of Wash., S.F. State . . .likes eating. . . . dislikes work and being organized. . . .says,"Get organized, work hard, and don't eat too muchl'f HARRY EAGAN Social Science Stanford. . .likes music. FERUCIO FRESCHET Industrial Arts fDept. Headl S.F. State. . .likes hunt- ing and fishing. . .dis- likes the long watt be- tween pay days. . . . says, "Life ls hard on a person who ls easy on himself." DAVID EAKIN I-HDZUBSSB CDSM- Headl U. of Oregon, U. of Pu-15 . . .likes gourmet dishes . . .dislikes ungourxnet dishes. . .advises,"Flnd out what a CORDON BLEU is." ANNE GELLING Home Economics Purdue U .... likes travel, reading. . . . dislikes cheating .... advises, "Endoy learn- insl' RUTH EDWARDS Home Economics Linfield C ollege, Oregon State. . .likes music, sights eelng around the Bay Area. .. dislikes Monday morn- lngs. . .advlses, "Never say you can't until you trys: JOHN GLANCY Social Science S.F. State. . . .emoys golf, resting. . .dislikes weeds, short putts. . . . advises, "Never listen to advice." GLEN HAWKES U.S. History Wesleyan U., Harvard . . . .likes "attending Y.M.C.A. dances- Wowl!l". . . .dlsllkesthe way Californians mur- der the English lan- guage. ORMAND HEACOCK Business fDept. Headl U. of Nebraska, U. of So. Calif. .... likes r e a d in g, photography . . . .s ays, "D0n't walt f o r tomorrow-- prepare your s elf to meet lt." ROBERT HEINSOHN Industrial Arts San Jose State. . . . likes hunting, fishing, photography. . . .dis- likes immature students . . . .says, "Take ad- vantage of opportunity." KATY FARQUHARSON English Dlcklnson, U. of Denver . . .likes travel, music, books. . .dislikes lazy students. . . .favorite advice to students, llR'eadlll HAROLD FEARON Science ,Bowdoln, U.C .... likes golf. . .dislikes loud ex- hausts .... says, "You take care of your grades: the rest will take care of itself." PHILIP FISHER English S.F. State. . . .likes classical music, art films, concerts, con- versation. . . .dislikes hypocrites and people who say they are tol- erant!! .... says, "At- tempt to overcome self- deception." IL-SE GLUCKSTADT Languages N.Y.S.C. T., U. of Mexico, U. of Madrid, N.Y.U., Middlebury, U.C., Columbia, U. of Colorado. . . .likes traveling, music, read- ing, cooking. . .advises, "Study now, play later." THOMAS HARNEY Business San Jose State. . .enioys spor1:s. AUDREY HARRISON Physical Education fDept. Headj U.C., U. of Hawaii, S.F. State, Cal. Poly. . . . likes traveling. . . . favorite advice to stu- dents, "Go stand on your head and wiggle your earsi' JAMES HERBINAUX Social Science U. of Wash., S.F. State, San Jose State. . .likes sports, travel, reading . . . .dislikes seeing students fail. . .advlses, "Transfer to Hillsdale!" DONALD HILL Social Science YOLANDE HILPISCH School Nurse Wesleyan, Harvard. . .. Stanford. . . .likes read- trys to create antago- ing, danc lng, hiking, nlsms to keep Hell from yakklng .... advises, freezing over into a "If you are sick, stay nice, boring paradise. . . home!" .... dislikes be- dlsllkes phonles like. . . ing asked for aspirin. 'I EDWIN HOPKA Math U. of Wyom1ng,Stanfcrd . . . .likes golf,bowllng, sleeping .... advises, "Do your homework!!l" ALANE LARSEN Business U.C., S.F. State. . . . plays contract bridge. WILLIAM HOUSER Counseling fD.H.l Kansas Wesleyan U., Kansas State, San Jose State, S. F. State, Stanford. . .likes sports hates to see the ten pin standing after a perfect hit fbowlingl. HAROLD HUNTER CARL JOHNSON Math Science fDept. Headl St8nf01'd. . .1lkeshI.k'lng, Perma, Duke U, , , , fishing, traveling. . . . likes woodworking. . . . says, "Make good use'-if s ay s, "Don't get dis- school years. They pay com-aged," off in every way." WILLIAM LARSON Science Univ. of So. Cal., Stanford. . .likes music, sports. . .dislikes social pressure. . .says, "De- velop good study habits." PETER LAWRENCE Social Science Hartnell Jr. College, Cal. Poly .... likes antique hunting, fishing, drlvlug sports cars. . . dislikes late homework assignments. . ."Study for mastery of the sub- ject--not for tests." THERA JOHNSON English Brigham Young U., Univ. of Utah. . .enjoys sports. . .dislikes cor- recting papers. . .says, "Be loyal to your beliefs." ROBERT KNEES English fDept. Head, Brown U., U. of Wisconsin .... enjoys sports, reading, thea- ter, muslc .... d lsllkes noisy cars, discoxmtesy . . .says, "Do well what is asked of you." JOSEPH LEDDY Latin Fordham U., S. F. Stats . . . .likes good con- versation, good movies, books. . .says, "lfIcou1d get through, so canyoul" Joan MAHAFFY JOE MARC!-ll Math Counseling U- C- - - 'likes doing s.F. State,Columbla... nothing. . .dislikes stu- dents who will not ask questions. . . .says, "See yourwblue sheet." - likes reading and traveling. . . .dislikes lnconslderate people. . . "Have a goal--work to- ward lt." BEN McGUIRE Physical Education KD- HJ Stanford. . . .favorite pastime, attendlngufun- nites". . . ."Boys,please take the top towel!" MARION MEDING English Barnard, Geo. Washing- ton U., U.C .... likes music, reading, travel- ing. . . .dislikes hypo- crites, narrow minds, provlnciallty. . . ."Get the real meaning of words before you use them." ROBERT PARKER English U. of Minnesota .... likes c onv ers ation, reading .... d isllkes people who are proud of being bored .... says, "Talk if you must--but say something." ARDEN PECK Physical Education Boure-Boston School, 'mite U. . . .llkeato eat. . .dislikes talkative students. . .says,"Don't tell me your problems!" ELECTA POHLE Business Wisconsin State, Northern Ill. U .... dislikes unfriendly people. CHARLES POLK Physical Education Wichita U. . . .likes woodworking, athletics . . .dislikes misslngpay day. . .says, "Have lots of pa.rdners." JAMES PRICE English Western Michigan U.,U. of Mic h. . . .enjoys drinking cognac, read- ing. . .dislikes dupllclty, mendacity, bigotry .... says, "Be honest." CHERRYL REESE Physical Education U.C., S.F. State, San Jose State. . . .likes skiing, writing, music . . . .dislikes apathy, indifference. . . .says, "Please read the sign FIRST." ELMER REVELLI Music S.F. State. . . .likes music, boating .... urges, "Attend Aragon's music programsl' HENRY RIANDA Art S.F. State, San Jose State.. . .likes hunting, golf, travel, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture .... advises, "Continue -your education." PAMELA RICKS English Wash. State. . . .likes golf. JAMES RODGERS Math Penn. State, U.S. Naval Academy, M.l.T., S.F. State .... likes golf, gardening .... dislikes lnslncerlty. . . .says, "Do your best in each course." RICHARD RUPPEL Industrial Arts San Jose State. . .likes to work with cars. . . . dislikes coffee and cig- arettes. . . .favorite ad- vice--"No Talking." ELMER SCHAAKE Science U. of Kansas. . .llkes sports. JACK SHACKLETON English C.S.M., S.F. State .... likes reading, wrlting, dreaming, dating .... "Be yourselves, as dlf- ficult as that might be." ODILE STANNARD English U. of Wash., Stanford. . . likes travel, symphony . . .dislikes hard-t0- read themes. . . ."Read, read, readI" ROBERT RITTENOUR English Ohio Wesley,U. ofMich. . . .likes readlng and traveling. . . ."May l have your attention please? Now--GET TO WORK!" A, HELEN STUDEBAKER Home Economics Dept. Headj Santa Barbara, S.F. State. . .likes cooking fancy meals. . .dislikes current hair styles. . . . says, "Slow down--you will be old for years." WAYNE TAYLOR Physical Education S.F. State. . . .likes all outdoor activities. . . . dislikes seeing Aragon anywhere but flrst place . . . ."Cooperate and graduate." GRACE THOMAS SALLY THOMPSON DONALD TINGLEY NANCY TIPTON SILVANO VIAL Language Physical Education Business Counseling Physical Education S.F. State, U. of Hawaii C,S,M., S.F. State. Cottey College, Okla. U. of Idaho, Stanford. . . . . . .likes swimming, State, San Jose State. likes sports. . . ."You surfing, skilng,res.ding, only get out of life what dancing. . . ."Please go you put into lt." to college!" BILL DRANSFIELD Social Science San Jose State, S. F. State. . .says, "Don't do as I do. Do asltell you." HENRY WARN ER JEAN WHITMAN Math Language U. of 111., Wisconsin State, N.Y.U .... likes fishing, woodworking. . . says, "Participate in as many H.S. activities as possible." The following teachers were absent for pictures. DOWNING McKEE Safety Ed. lDept. I-leadl Stanford. . .likes work- ing around the house. . . dislikes students shoot- ing off their "Bazoos" in class. . .warns "Cometo class and keep your bazoo closed!" ffm Sta NORBERT RUPP Industrial Arts S.F. State. . .likes flying, skiing. . .dislikes people that have rights but no responsibility. . .says, "I am here because you are here." LEFT T0 RIGHT: Mrs. Saleh, Mrs. Dalva, Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Lamb, Mrs. Godshsll, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Glover, Mrs I Kafeferia SM!! gardening Sfa!! 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Titus, Mrs. Coppenharger, Mrs. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Gandolfi, Mr. Dickey, Mr. Miller, Pillard, Mrs. Kile, Mrs. Ahlvin. Mr. Hansen, absent from the picture Mr. Hubby. library SM!! LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Pettinicchi, Mrs. McClain, Mrs. Henriksen. C u 5 f o ali a n A LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Migge, Mr. Continho, Mr. Seifert, Mr. Herron, Mr. Nadwornick, Mr. McKinney, Mr. Soto, Mrs. Salabert, Mr. Cantaloube. wr is Q? . .,g,.1 -v J ss f-Q . ..: ,AK x W1 -fn m fig: is ff f. . X. -. fx 3' . . -.. , W Aw., x ,, .11 . 4 ,Q-wx-ie,wewA. -- - 1v1.'25Swi5g7?j:1i-I'-32' 5:-Semi:-A-J, +3535 Exif g-eg: x-'grit ifiizgii, r :uf-ww.: rg-1-4 X' -, V ,A : A :gi , gp-Q,i:jL5g , A A. 4. Q M '15 :Q ,.. 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Senior Bow Day, The Senior LEFT TO RIGHT: Sherry Hemming, Secreta1'y-Treasurer: Bob Ford, Vice President: Barry Secrest, President: Diane Williams, Elected Repres entative. .CL if t enior ounci I4 FIRST ROW: Left to Right, M. Stevens, D. Wil1iams,B. Colunga, S. Hemming, B. Epstein, R. Leavy, T. Aguiar, G. Tobin SECOND ROW: B. Trudgian, R. Tietjen, M. Noce, B. Ford, R. Sutllff, J. Kucin, B. Secrest, Mr. Shackleton, adviser, G. Orce, J. McLeskey, J. Evans mf... laring LEFT TO RIGHT: Janet Schoenbrun, Secretary: John Evans, Presi- dentg Marti Stevens, Vice President: Not Pictured: Nancy Feldstein, Elected Representative. Ball, and the May Senior Day are the most important activities and traditions launched by this year's senior class. The class of 1963 has also established a precedent of responsible leadership which subsequent classes will find difficult to emulate. ' luring enior ounci ROW ONE: Left to Right, G. MacDouga1l, N. Stenson, L. Friend,B. Epstein, W. Turner, N. Feldstein ROW TWO: M. Stevens, J. Evans, P. Richards, L. Hediger, M. Noce,J. Pelzner, G. Werchick PHIL ABRAMS "Abe," who enjoys tennis and basketball, says, "You like it . . . it's yours!" He wants to make high school students wear Abram's tuxes to school. CAROLE ADAMS Carole wants to show Steve Peavler how she surfs. On the phone she always says "BossI!" She likes the beach, dances, and surfing. BRAD ALDEN "C1eve," active in sports and student government, says "Guess what! Mar- garet's apinhead!!" He wants to become Stu- dent Body President of Aragon! JAMES ADAMS DAVE AGNEW "Aggie" loves to say, "That aln't no big thing!" He wants to be some big thing. ANTONIA L. AGUIAR Toni - pom pon girl, rally commission, and senior edi- torg collects old bottles with Jo Ann and is forever yelling, "What's up, Doc?" in theivi- cinity of 26th avenue. CAROLE ALTERMAN "Thumb" spends most of her time riding in a certain black Jag. She someday wants to go to Rome. GEORGE ALHORN Ge o rge ' s ambitionis to be a re search chem- ist. He spends most of his time burning gas and digging in the backyard. With a disgusted attitude he says, "What do ye wa-a-ant ?" JEANNE ALLEN Jeanne, a member of GRA and IRC, wishes to go into the field of physical education. In San Francisco she says, "'?Que otra peculia hay?" CAROL ANDERSEN "Leigh's ambition is to play the guitar like Randal. She is a mem- ber of the Student Guid- ance Commission. She wishes everyone "lots of luck." CLAUDE ANDERSON Claude, whose favorite hobbies are outdoor life, diving, and wres- tling, wants to live his life and enjoy doing it. His saying is, "Man's best friend is Woman." GEORGE ANDRONICO ROBERT ARCHIBALD While Bob plays foot- ball, basketball, and bowls, his ambition is to reach his destination on time. ADRIENNE ARNEY "Annie", who spends most of'her time with Doug, wants to change "A,A, to A.T." Her fa- vorite pastime is col- lecting glasses from Kibby'S. ROY ASBURY RON AUNCHMAN JOHN BACON "Stretch" plays varsity football and baseball a.nd is a Block A President. His ambition is "seven figures." BETTY BAKEWET .T. JOYCE BARKER "Jessie's" ambition is "to be an Eskimo and live in Alaska with a certain sailor," Most of her time is spent in her green limousine. BOB BARKOFF "Bark," who wants to be a millionaire, lo ve s stamps and love letters in the sand. He says "Ain't no big thing." BOB BEBER "Beb" is in basketball and Mr. Dustan's mus- cle shop. His ambition is to take courses at Tijuana Tech. Univer- sity. Most of his time is spent at Temple. LARRY BELL Larry's ambition is to spend 24 hrs. without saying, "Forget it, Joyce." His favorite saying is "Forget it, Joyce." BOB BAZELL ' CHARLYNE BENDOTOFF "Charlie " -- G.R.A. Secretary, A.G. A. Fashion Show model, and band secretary, has an ambition "to be with Jan when we spend the money we don't have." JOHN BARICH 5 ALLEN BENNETT "Uncle Ben," who en- joys tennis, heckling teachers, and "cog- itating," wants to "See Mr. Fearon's Physics crank." He is often heard saying, "Let's return to the 1880's." CONNIE BE NNE TS MARSHA BENTON "Miles" -- Tennis team, elections com- mis s ion , Liluokalam Tri-Y.Her ambition is "to learn to speak first, think later, and say the right thing to the right guy' VY I7 PATRICIA BERGMAN Pat's -' ambition is to see the world like John Glenn did. ROSALIE BERMAN "Rosy," who frequents U- Slave, wants to meet Ethel. She enjoys dancing, Hui Ukus Tri-Y, and elections com- mission. Favorite saying: "I know, Lynne. They have one too!" THOMAS BERNDT "Torn" - Honor Commission, Art Commission, Stud e n t Council. His ambition is, "To conquer, rule, and destroy the dynasty of the world in search of the perfect Volkswagen." JOE BICKEL Joe likes working, watching TV, His ambition is to lead a successful life. Most of his time is spent saying "Good Night." CHUCK BIEDERMAN "Chucker" - Bailiff of Stu- dent court, Varsity and Frosh-Soph Baseball, Varsity Cross Country. His ambition: "To coach at Aragon." JIM BISHOP "Gi-Gi" likes to play his trumpet, spend money, and do as little as he can. He is al- ways saying "I didn't do it!" LANCE BLOCK "Squeak," who enjoys football, swimming and basketball, wants to catch "Smokey the Bear." In the shower he says, "A man is worth his weight in gold." JOHN BOHMKER John' s activities A in- clude Football, Track and Guitar. His am- bition is The Engineer's Dream: "Afte r the blast. make it last?" DIAN BRAMBELLA "Die's" ambition is to be a Housewife. Her favorite saying is, "I' confused." BOB BRANDT MARGO BRANDT Margo's favorite sports are water-skiing, bowl- ing, traveling. She spends much time at Kibby's saying "Tough, tough." She hopes to go to Hawaii after grad- nation. KEN BRENNAN CAROL BRIDGES "London" enjoys dra- ma, sleeping, and eat- ing. Her ambition is to get her debt paid and she spends most of her time in Pizza Parlors. CHARLES BRIGHT MARILYN BRIGHT "Mez" spends most of her time ratting her hair and cleaning out the Jungle Cruiser. Her ambition is to go back to Hawaii on a. cattle boat. PAMELA BRONSON STEFF BROWN "Steff" spends his time sleeping and eating--- or saying "I love you too." He likes sailing, hopes to be a drafts- man. THAINA BROWN "Thelmer," -who loves sports and wants to be a P.E. teacher, enjoys assistant P.E. teach- ing, G.R.A., and school games. She often says, "Hi, Scrouge." CAROL BROWNE Carole loves dancing. She is forever saying "C'est la vie!" She spend much time at Cervantes. PATRICIA BURGE Pat who spends most of her time with John, enjoys the Y-Nots, Tri- Y and Thespians. She longs to go to school in the "Lone Star" state. JERRY BURHAM JUDY BURNHAM "Neurosis," a fu t u re psychologist, e n j 0 y s swimming, music, art. and psychology. H e r favorite saying is "There is a psycholog- ical aspect to that." LAURIE BUZAN Laurie, active in drama, a member of the yearbook staff, and CSF wants to get BS. and R.N, degrees. Where does she spend most of her time ? No comment! BETTY BYERS "Betty" who enjoys the art commission, wants to marry Bob. GEORGE BYERS Spending most of his time on Earth, George loves skin diving, water skiing, and girls. He says "Son-of-a-gun" and wants to become wealthy. DIANE CANNEL "Di" enjoyed being in N.A.C.P., Tri-Y. She is found most often at John DeWood's parties, Kibby's and the "Y," She wants to keep the "Spark of Life." TED CANO Ted's favorite activities in- clude surfing, wrestling, and swimming. His ambition is to stamp out Hodaddys. He spends most of his time surf- ing and his hobby is sigh whaling. LAWRENCE CAUGHLAN "Surfer" enjoys surfing. He is heard most often saying "Surf's up." He spends most of his time surfing. He hates variety. ROBERTA CAVA "Berta," Y-Nots sec- retary. is in choir and the drama commission. She enjoys skiing, sing- ing, and bicycling. She says "Who--me ?" Her ambition: "To sit still for five minutes." MARCIA C. COHN Marcia participated in Rally commission, C.S.F., and be- longs to Y.M,C.A, Her am- bition is to escape social cliques in life sometime. Her hobbies include drama, term plays. ROSA CHAVEZ SUSAN CHLUBNA Rosita enjoys stamp Sue likes tennis, bi- collecting, basketball, cycle riding, and walk- gardening, and cooking. ing. She enjoys boys and Her ambition is to go says, "tough." into business. MHHAM COHEN TOM CHURCHILL Tom wants to be an architect. He likes to sketch and play music. He loves to say, "You're pulling my leg." LAURA CLARK SUZANNE CLINTON "Grinch" wants to ride a pink elephant to London to see Jack. She belongs to I.R,C. French club, and or- chestra. She is found under the Seniorfh tree saying, "Hm-rn-m," JOHN CLOW John loves swimming, hunting, fishing, and all the out-door sportsg of course he spends his time outside. Ambition: Engineer - Architect. His favorite saying is "Whats ya got to get?" 20 JAQUELINE COCCONI "Jackies" favorite ac- tivity is rally commis- sion. Her ambition: to have her ovlm room in Wonderland. She spends most of her time at Kibby's saying, "Chug- a-1ug." DWIGHT A. COFER "Art" is found in church saying "Bless your but- tons" while working on a '51 Buick and wants to be a missionary under CBFMS. ALAN COLBERG "Uncle Al," Student Govt., drama, choir. His ambition is to be a lawyer. Most of his time is spent at girls' houses. KATHLEEN COLLINS Spending most of her time at church, Kathy is heard saying, "That's the way it goes." Her favorite activities ln- clude dancing, golf, and going to the Giants' games. N4 JOHN F. COLTART John, student body president, participated in term -plays and C.S.F, His ambition is to be successful. BERTHA COLUNGA Bertha: Senior Class Repre- sentative, S. B, Chairman, Elections Commis sion, A, G. A. Hospitality. Be sides her varied activities, Bertha's ambition is to lose her accent. LESTER CONNER LINDA CONNOLLY "Shorty" spends most of her time "Candystriping" at Mills Hospital. She wants to be- come a registered nurse. She is most heard saying, nTough.n MONICA CONTRERAS "Tootsie" likes dancing, guys and movies. Her ambition is to get a job and live in San Francisco. She spends most of her time in San Francisco saying "Um-In baby." ,J JANET CORSETTI "To be abarefoot adventurer" is Janet's ambition. She spends a lot of time at the Peninsula Music Center. NINO COSIMANO Nino participated in the Speech, Science, and Latin Clubs and wants "to be a doctor," GEORGE COVOLO RON CROCCI Ron wants to create and master the world's largest snead. He loves to surf, paint, and spend his time at Pedreo Point saying, "Nuttin's." NANCY CROZER "Crow" likes skiing, reading, and lying in bed. She wants to be- come a Physical Edu- cation Teacher. DARL DAVIDSON "Spike" wants to be a draftsman. He spends most of his time on the hill. His favorite saying is "BeviS." He enjoys running stop signs. BILL CUNNINGHAM "Red" likes working on cars. Earning money with Tonie is his fa- vorite pastime. He wants to become an electronic engineer, GLENDA DAVIS Glenda, a majorette, is a member of NACP Tri- Y, Student C ouncll, Modern Dance, and her ambition is to get what she really wants-- j u st once! SUSAN DARRENOGUE "Susie's" ambition is to travel around the world. She participated in drama, modern dance, and Foreign Exchange Commission. A major- ette, she enjoys art and music. KENNETH DEAN 2 1 NANCY L. DENTON Nancy was A.G.A. secretary, Junior Class secretary, anda member of the Honors So- ciety. Her main ambition is "to get to the funny farm be- fore S.H." R GORDON DEYO ANGELINE DICKSON "Moki," a member ofher Tri- Y, enjoys surfing andtravel- ing. She spends much of her time at Kibby's and wants tc gc to Hawaii after graduation. WILLIAM DINETTE EDWARD DRAKE "Eddy" has participated in football, wrestling, and gymnastics. He spends most of his time with "Kim." His am- bition is to be the mean- est "cop" there ever was. MICHAEL DROESE Known to his friends as "Little Dee," Mike en- joys golf and dancing. His ambitions is to get l a certain girl to listen to a good radio station. NANCY DUENSING Nancy enjoys water- skiing, horseback rid- ing, and watching foot- ball games. Her am- bition is to manage the C.S.M. Track teams. She is forever saying, "You know?" MARILYN DUTAR PATRICIA EATINGER Pat wants to own a ranch. She enjoys water-skiing, dancing, riding, and art. She spends her time at Cervantes saying, "It's no big thing!" PATRICIA EDELMAN Pat enjoys being dance commissioner, and on Elections and Guidance Commissions. She wants to flirt more than Mike and is al- ways h e a r d saying, "Mike." KAREN DOBRUSKY Karen, active in band, For- eign Exchange Commission, and I,R.C., plans to spend her life in Hawaii finding a "Kane," DAVID EDGETT MARVIS ENSOE "Marvy" was A.G.A. President, and a mem- ber of the honor so- ciety and Y-Nots Tri- Y. She wants "To do- nate a dimple to Lotza's worthy cause." BARBARA EPSTEIN SHARON ESPOSTO Sharon spends most of her time with Sax and her favor- ite saying is, "Forget it." She hopes T,M,C,S, JOHN D. EVANS John enjoys the Bongo Hi-Y, Spanish Club, and l.R,C. His ambition is to set up an im- port-export business in Hong Kong, MADELEINE FABRIS Mady can always be found in a hub of activity. She has been Aristocrat editor and was active in Student Court, Drama. Her ambition is to keep the eleventh com- mandment. NANCY FELDSTEIN Nancy has been Student Body Secretary, member of the executive board, and presi- dent of Aowakiya Tri-Y. Her ambition is to teach Mr. Diaz Mexican dances. JOYCE FERGUSON Joyce is a member of I,R.C. and Future Educators. Her ambition is "To ride a pink elephant to London, and to speak less than 10,000 words a minute." u LYNN FERRIER "C.D.," a member of the Madrigals, hopes to someday become a vocal music teacher. She can be recognized by the saying, "Forget lt!" MARILYN FEYLING "Sis" who is famous for her saying "Any- thing's fair in love and war," can always be found at the "Y", Here she irritates and frus- trates certain males. MARY-LOQ FOLEY "Lou-Lou's" ambition is to go over 40 miles per hour without a squeak. She spends most of her time with Jessie in her little green limousine. BOB FORD "Peg-Leg," is a c t i v e b oth in football and wre stl ing. As senior class Vice-President, he can he heard say- ing, "Give me a break." LYNN FORMAN Lynn enjoys dancing, exploring San Fran- cisco, and visiting art galleries. Her ambition is "to see the world and have adventures while doing it." DAVID FORSMAN Dave hopes to go to college. He spends a lot of time at the bowl- ing alley and is heard saying, "Ah shucks, a tap!" PETER FRANKE Peter, a member of C.S.F., is known to many as "Mr. Coordi- nation Plus." His am- bition is to become an obscure beatnik writer in the Carmel High- lands. CHRISTINE FREGOSI Chris is a member of Rally Commission and Spanish Club. Her am- bition is to get her MRS degree. Her favorite saying is, "Take five." LYNNE FRIEND 23 CAROL HADFIELD JANET GARRETT "Witch-heart," whose favor- ite activities- are trying to get back a "certain character" and talking on the phone: wants to get back her jaguar. LAURENE GATES Laurene's favorite activity is Liliorkalan Tri-Y. She spends most of her time at other peop1e's houses and dreams of having her own red sports car. CAROL GILLESPIE Caro1's favorite activ- ies are Youth and Government, CSF, and Speech. She spends most of her time at"The Library" and dreams of being a real elephant. KATHLEEN GILLESPIE Kathy, whose favorite activities are the NACP-Y, student coun- cil, and choir, wants to figure out Gar once and for all. SUSAN GILLESPIE "Suzy-Q" dreams ofbi- cycling through Europe with "He." Her favorite saying seems to be, "Oh, really?" TERRY GAYDOS Terry enjoys surfing. His am- bition: to see Rich Sutliff bald. Favorite saying: "SIugs - and no returns." CHRISTINE GEBHART CLIFF GLIDDEN "Goose" has been Sophomore Class Pres- ident, P.L.De1egate. Student C ou rt Chief Justice. and a Boys' State representative, KATHLEEN M. GOBAR "Kathie," whose hob- bies are water-skiing, surfing, swimming, and dancing, is heard say- ing, "Stone it!" Her am- bition is to get married. JUDY GOLDIE Judy enjoys Rainbow Girls, being president of Filanathas Iotas Trl- Y. She wants travel and get her M.R.S, degree. Hobbies are swimming and skiing. VIRGINIA GILL "Jay" enjoys parachute jump- ing, and the Suchez Y. Her ambition is to acquire "money, money, money." Her hobby is shell-collecting. ' MIKE GOODWIN Mike likes to date and travel. His ambition is to be a Marine Officer. He spends a lot of time at Burlingame theatre. He says "Bo," RIC HARD GRANT "C a r r y" likes eating while talking on the telephone. She wants to marry a millionaire and travel abroad. She is heard saying, "Ya know?" TOM HAMILL Tom is in the dance band. Ambition: to have a Drafting. Most of his time is spent at Dee's house saying, "You're the boss." WAYNE HARDAGE Wayne's ambition is "To beat a sour speed vett." He never stays in one place too long. PATRICIA A. HAMILTON Pat enjoys tennis and piano. She wants to at- tend a University and become a home econ- omics teacher. She spends a lot of time studying and is heard saying "It isn't fair!" LYNN HARDESTY "Weasel" enjoys tennis and basketball. She wants to have a certain someone fo r e ve r and ever and says "That ain't no big thing." Her hobbies are boys. SHARON HAMILTON She was A.G.A. secre- tary, silver sword and elections commission. She spends most of her time at shows with Gail. Ambition: to have straight hair. SANDE HARPER GLORIA HARRIS Gloria was in the Fu- ture Teachers Club, Orchestra and Modern Dance. Her ambition is to teach dance. GARY HARTMAN JOHN HAUSWIRTI-I "Hawz" has been active as Student Body Treas- urer, in Varsity foot- ball, and "Y". He says "I never let school interfere with my ed- ucation,"g wants to be an engineer. LANI HEDIGER "Hank," a member of "Citizen-Y," wrestling, and baseball teams wants to play "tonk" with Andy Finley one more time. Seen most often at the caddy shack saying "I'm impressed." ROSE HEIDE "Nose" enjoys skiing and dating. Her saying, "?" She spends time at the YMCA. Ambition?--"I haven't found him yet." MARY HELLMAN Varsity cheerleader and rally commission. Mary hopestobe Shipwrecked on an island with Bob, Linda, and Mike. She is heard saying "Please pass the Church key." SHERRY I-IEMMING Sherry was on Elections and Foreign Exchange Commis- sions, senior class secretary treasurer, and Aristocrat Ed- itor. Her ambition is to get to the funny farm before G.L. JANIS HESSELBERG Janis -- Yearbook staff, Spanish club, Aikanes Manaua Pau Tri-Y. Her ambition is "always to be thankful I'm not a triplet." JEANNE l-IESSELBERG Jeanne is a member of the Yearbook Staff, Spanish Club, and Aikanes Manawa Pau Tri-Y. Her ambition is "to have people stop asking me if I have a.nother half." CARL I-IILLSTEAD C arl enjoys water- skiing, Football, bas- ketball, and "cars." His ambition is to own and operate hlsownbusi- ness, and his favorite saying ls, "Drop it." LINDA HOEHN Linda enjoys IRC and A Cappella. She WHS Junior Class Represen- tative to the American Red Cross. Her ambi- tion is "To seek and to be sought." DAVID HOOD "l-Ioodlum Hoodius" is found most often lnbed. He wants to make mil- lions: says "Eat, Drink, and be Merry, for to- morrow . . ."gactive1n Student Council, Hi-Y. PATRICIA HORGAN "Patti," A.G,S. repre- sentative. member of the Dance Commission, wants to beat Dana in track. She always says, "Don't you love my ha.irl"g enjoys listening to the radio. LEON HOWARD ROBERT HOWARD 2 6 CAROL IMURA I Carole, member of Y-Nots Tri-Y, Silver Sword Society, Aristocrat Staff, PL, and Stu- dent BodyVice-P re s ide nt, wants "to get Don a hoe." LUTHER IZMIRIAN MADELINE JENKINS "Mike," who is a member of the Art Commission and Tri- Y, enjoys eating, sleeping, and daydreaming. Her ambition is to add a basketball to her charm bracelet. BONNIE JOHNSON "Bohney," who enjoys dating. talking on the phone, and drinking cola, is usually found at Kathy's house. Her am- bition: to do one thing the best. ELIZABETH HOYT "Skip's" hobbies ln- clude sewing and cook- ing. She wants to be able to do something right. CHERYL HUTCHINGS DIANNE JOHNSON MARILYN JOHNSON "Johnnie" is usually found driving around in her little toy. She enjoys camping, sing- ing, and the phone. Her am- bition ls to have a "bigger toy." JACK JONES Jack, who likes tennis, track, and surfing, has one big am- bition: To leave Shoreview, the land of hope and promise. MARIANNE KELLOGG "Newt" spends most of her time at the club- house saying, "Here we are again." Her hobby is collecting driftwood with Marx and Dugan. LARRY JONES MARK JORGENSEN Teaching Mr. Dias basketball is "Spark's" main ambition. He is usually found playing basketball or in front of a TV, His favorite saying is llBo.u DONALD KAHRS Don, A rt Commission mem- ber, wants to have an apart- ment on Telegraph Hill: spends most ofhls time sleep- ing. Don always says, "Have fun!" MARTHA KLEIN As a member of the Y- Nots, "Marti" spends most of her time talk- ing to Jay Gill, while wanting more than any- thing to have a big date with Mr. Cafferata. MARY KENNEDY BOB KIEFER "K i e f' s" activities in- clude Saddle, bareback, and the bull riding. His ambition is to ovim a Girls' Dude Ranch. Most of his spare time is spent on a horse. DIANE KNOBLOCK "Di" e n j oys water- skiing, d an c l ng, and collecting theater tick- ets. She spends rriost of her time saying, "Honest," Her ambition is to follow through with piano. LINDA LOETKE "Turk," who is a var- sity pom pon girl, wants to be shipwrecked on a desert island with Mike, Mary, and Bob. Her fa- orite hobby is dancing. RICHARD KOLBER Dick likes sports and wants to become aNaval Officer. Most of Dick's time is spent at school. FIFI KORPIEL "Feet" enjoys "bombing around," art, and m u s lc. Her greatest ambition is to be agood wo man. Most of her time is spent in front of the heater. JON KUCIN "Johnny O" has been active ln Varsity swim- ming, Junior Council, and Student Council. Most of his time is spent at the Kruttschnitt's house. 27 ELLEN KULLMANN Ellen's favorite activities are thinking, watching, and doing. Her ambition is to break a precedent. Most of her time is spent at school. OWEN LAIRD "Owie's" ambition is "To pass Government." Most of his time spent in San Carlos. NORAH LANSTYAK Norah enjoys many activities but her three favorite are being with friends, "Boy Scouting," and walking. Her ambition is to be a psychol- ogist. ORLANDO LA ROSA GENE LASKOWSKI Gene's main ambition is to be understanding and considerate although he says, "Any man who kicks dogs and beats kids can't be all bad." MARGARE T LAUDE R SHERRY LAZAR "Legs" activities included N,A.C.P. and Dancing. Her ambition is to "Pitch a tent at J.F.'s. She is seen at the "Y" saying, "Forget it." RON LEAVY Ron's favorite activities are surfing, sleeping, and flirting. He hopes to be- come a successful busi- ness man. He spends most of his time at Bonnie's house. LINDA LEONARD ROBERT LEONARD "Anue" is found most of the time at the Fox Theater in Burlingame. His one main ambition is to throw a. party in Mr. Rittenour's penthouse. ANNETTE LARSON PETE LEWIS "Ceci1's" ambition is "To build doll houses with a certain Do11." His ac- tivities: football, baseball. He says, "Hello, Beautiful! ANGELA LICATA "Angie" e n j o y s dancing, singing, movies, and horseback riding. She is found most of the time with Mr. X saying. "Too Much." HARLEY LICHT HAROLD LOE ZIUS GILBERT LONZARICH Gilbert, who wants to be a re s e a r c h chemist, says, "Whether or not we find what we are seeking is idle bio- logically speaking!" CHERIE LOSCHENKOHL Cherie enjoyed Student Coun- cil, Order Commission, and the Pep Club. She wants to travel all over the world. She spends a lot of time at the refrigerator saying, "I'm Hungry." VIRGINIA LOUTH "Ginny" was A.G,A. treasur- er, Aristocrat Staff member, and Foreign exchange com- missioner. Her ambition is to get to the funny farm be- fore C,T, JERRY LOVE JUDY LOZOFF "Lotsa" was Student Body Vice President and Stu- dent Guidance Commis- sioner. She wants to steal Marvyls dimplesg Always says "It's not altogether too swift." KATHY Mac DONALD Kathy, whose nickname is "Hotrodder, " enjoys driving, dancing, and swimming. She wants to be a beautician, and spends her time "fixing other peo- ple's hair." VIRGINIA Mac DONALD "Ginger" was Junior Prom Queen and on Student Coun- cil. She wants to master the art of eating with chop- sticks while saying, "'I'm telIin'." MICHELLE MAINE Michelle has participated in the G. R. A. fashion show, art commission, and Decorations committee. She p lans ,to follow her favorite hobby and become a commercial artist. ED MANRUBIA "Mr. Ed's" hobbies are girls, cars, and money. His favorite pastime is on the earth and wants to speak t h e Humukumukunian's language. BETTY MARCOTTE WAYNE MARSHALL DIANA MARTIN Though Diana spends most of the time working, she manages to get in some skating, sewing, and sports. Her ambition is to become a nurse. TERRY MARTIN "Zachry" wants to be the first Earthman to land on Mars. The Stargazer says, "Anything is good in mod- eration, but some things have no moderate point." 29 PAT MARX "Ma's" ambition is to make it down Alameda without an accident. Most of her time is spent at the clubhouse say- ing, "Here we are again." PHIL MATIATOS DIANE McCLA.IN Diane was J. V. and Varsity Cheerleader and on the Aristocrat Staff. She wants Rick to watch a game from the stands instead of playing in it. SHARON MCCOOL Sherry can be found in front of the mirror saying, "Big Deal." She likes swimming, dancing, piano, and wants to become a teacher. BILL McDONALD Bi11's ambition is to ". . . pass English on my second time around." His main hob- by is collecting gas money. JUDY McFADDEN Judy was Suchez Y Presi- dent. She likes to sculp- ture and wants to skate- board down Mt. McKinley while saying, "Forget it!!" MIKE MCFADDEN MICHAEL MCGIBBEN Mike'S ambition is to be a credit to his family, friends, and country. Most of his time is spent work- ing at the Mall. Favorite Saying-"Oh! You must be joking." DIANE MCHUGH GERALD MCFALL "Pete," Football, wres- tling, baseball. His am- bition: to ovm and oper- ate "Mobile Sound, Inc." He spends most of his time on the 11 meter radio. E RICK MCLEAN RON MCLEAN JACK MCLESKEY "Jake" ' was Chief Justice of the Student Court and Varsity Track Captain. He can be found on a pole saying, "That's so BO!" JOHN MCNAMARA W LAURA MCQUIGG PAULINE McQUlLLAN Pauline can be found in "the pits" and wants al- ways "to bomb around" in Linda's Volkswagon. JULIE MEGHINASSO Julie participated in the G,R,A, Her ambition is "Per vincere el menu un arguenento in comercio in leglo." KAREN MICHAELSON "Mike" is Head Varsity Pom Pon Girl. Her am- bition is "to slam 'Cow's hooks, not her fingers, in her locker." She is con- stantly on the phone say- ing, "Oh, O,K.!" CAROL MILLER "Magda" was an active member of the Thespian Society, Fashion Board Rep. She spends most of her time painting. She wants to become another Balenciaga. ROBERT MILLER Boh's various activities include girls, and limping. Most oi his time is spent at his girl friend's play- ing the piano. ELIZABETH MOIR "Betsy" - Rally commission, Student Council, A.G.A. Fin- ance Committee. She wants "to think about it." JEAN MOIR "Jeannie" was a member of the Rally Commission, Stu- dent Council, and J,V, al- ternate cheerleader. Her life's ambition is "to have some Moir Miller High Life." MIKE MORAN JAMES MORRIS Jim - N,T,S., Rally Commis- sion, His ambition is "to be- come as great an actor as Jeff Hunter lWor1d's worst, 1962l," Most of his time is spent in Traffic school BOB MITCHELL 'Mitch" stands on the 5th mendment. He's always aying, "Son of a gun," nd wants to be a tough op. He likes girls and oney. DAPHNE MITCHELL Daphne's life ambitions are to go to Europe, to have a penthouse in Manhatten, and make it "beat," You can always hear her say- ing, "Judy, guess what?" KIT MITCHELL Kit, who has been Jr. class President, A.G.A. Presi- dent, and C.S.F. member, wants to write the "Great American Novel." WALT MORTENSON SHARON MOSS KAREN MULLINS BETTY NELSON "Lu Lu" wants to go to Karen's ambition is to sit "Jeannie" enjoys boating, Hawaii, and S ays fre- in Sa,nford's and sip coffee skin diving, and boys. She quently, "That ain't no big with John. wants to marry a certain thing." She likes sewing, someone and is heard say- cruising, skiing, andbowl- ing, "Some peop1e's kids!" ing. CHRIS NELSON MAX NEVAREZ DUNCAN NIELSEN MIKE NOCE Mike enjoyed being Var- sity and J,V, football cap- tain, Block A president, and "B" track captain. His ambition is to stay ahead of Pat. NQ' 82 LESLEY NORMAN "Les," who enjoys listen- ing to the radio, wants to be an "educated bum." She spends most of her time at "Joe's pool hall." JUDY NOWLAND ' . "Cow" was Student Body Secretary, Honors Com- missioner, and class treasurer, She hopes "To have Mike slam only my books in my locker.'j TOM O'CONNELL Tom enjoys water-skiing and shooting. His ambition is to be an Aeronautical Engineer. ANNE O'CONNOR Annes' activities: Honor So- ciety, Elections and Honors Commissioner, Fin anc 1 al C o n t r ol Board Secretary, P,L. De l e gate, Aristocrat Staff. Most of her time is spent in the Student Body Room. GABRIEL ORCE "Gayi" enjoys science, sports, and sleeping. He wants to come back to the U.S. and to buy a corvette. His hobbies include photo- graphy and food. PETE O'SULLIVAN "Cheerful Pete" loves to himt and play baseball. He spends most of his time at home or at ye ole library. Pete's am- bition is to be a M,D, DAWN OSWALD Dawn wants to go back with J.H.L. for good. She is heard saying, "Get serious!" as she tries to collect the marbles she lost. FRANK PARK Frank enjoys pool, pocket bil- liards, and snooker. His am- bition: "To be ahustler." Most of his time is spent at the . . . Poolhall. ANITA PARKER "Neetz," president of the Las Amandes Tri-Y, plans to marry a certain someone and raise BB's. She can be heard saying "That ain't no big thing!" SUE PATTERSON Sue, on GRA Student Council, wants to save Raleigh Cou- pons, and shop for Les!! Most of her spare time is spent at his house. PEGGY PAUL Peggy - Foreign Exchange Commissioner and a member of the Elections Commissions and French Club. More than anything Peggy wants "to be a real elephant," and likes reading and riding horseback. BRICE PEARSON "Little Dipper" participates in Basketball and is Student Council Commissioner. He spends most of his time on Cloud 9 and is forever yell- ing "Let's Beat Hillsdale!" STEVE PEAVLER "Stick" wants to find his cousin in the Ozarks. Says, "Noth- inS." NELSON PEREZ Nelson, Jr. Achieve- ment. His ambition is to "go home and start over again." Favorite saying: "Don't say it- do it." CANDY POWELL JOAN M. PELZEL Joan, a member of the Yearbook Staff and Spanish Club, has par- ticipated in the Cadet Teaching program. She hopes to major in Home Economics and Ed- ucation. JUDEE PERREAULT "Tank" likes boys, She wants to become aprac- tical nurse or cos- motologist. She is heard saying, "Our lives are like mirrors reflecting on other people." JOEL PELZNER "Jose," whose interest zu. re S pb r t s, Student Government, and C.Z,, hopes to see John DeWood graduate from High School, can be heard s a yin g, "Toot- aloo Kangaroo . . ." PAT PETERSON Patty's activities in- clude Band and Student Council. She wants to marry Chris and raise three children. Most of her time is spent at "His house." TONY PRATALI RICHARD RADEZ Dick, who enjoys swim- ming and is on the Honors Commission, is ambitious to be wealthy, healthy, and wise, He oftens says "Veni, Vidi, Vici!" 38 PATSY RALPH Patsy's ambition is to be a child1'en's book illustrator. "The little can with the Big Surprise is the only way to fly," is her favorite saying. ALLEN RASMUSSEN Al's ambition is to be a suc- cess in life. His favorite say- ing is, "You Know," and his favorite place is at his girl friend's house. JAMES RAY Jim's activities include bas- ketball and golf. His hobby is music. He spends most of his time at school, work, and Y. MARIA RAYMUNDS "Luigi's" big ambition is to be a Civil Service Worker. She enjoys hula dancing and water sports. JO ANN REED "Reed" enjoyed being head J.V. cheerleader, interm plays, and on the Yearbook staff. She wants to become a social worker and move to Spanish Harlem. DONALD REEVES "Steve," who enjoyed water sports and sleep- ing, has an ambition to be an architect. CHRISTINE L. REID Christine's activities include A.G.A, cabinet, honors commission, and Student Council. She spends most ofher time in the refrigerator, and always says, "Frab." PAT RICHARDS "P.R," enjoyed being on Silver Sword, Society, A.G,A. vice president, student court clerk, and junior class vice presi- dent. She is seen most often in the Student Body room. DAVID RICHARDSON Rich likes eating, sleeping, and girls. He wants to be a rocket engineer and is always building jets and rocket engines for pleasure. KATHY RICHARDS "Yancy Aphis"' am- bition is to live to see the day Carol gets hitched. She is always eating Nancy's lunch in Steno. MARGARET RILEY RONALD RODGERS ROLAND RODMAN TERRY RYAN f CHERYL SALADIN "Fuzz," Pompon girl, art commissioner. Her ambition is to be Booz and Jane's BIG sister. Fuzz is always saying "rats and frats and peck1eloomer!" THERESA SANCHEZ "Lu Lu" can be seen most often at Kibby's and can al- ways be heard saying "Take Five." Her secret ambition is "to get a job and go to Hawaii." LORRY SANDERS "Blondie" is an active mem- ber in DAR and a very good Sunday school teacher. Her ambition is "to be happy and make someone happy." NANCY SCARDINI Nancy was a member of Suchuz Tri-Y and Drama. Spends her time at Kibby's. Ambition: To seek, conquer, and maintain . . . " MIKE SCHLOTTHAUER TED SCHMIDT Tad-Citizens Hi-Y, His favorite saying "Without the smile . . . a world without a sun." RAY SC HOC H JANET SCHOENBRUN Janet has been Student Body secretary and pompon girl. Hobbies: Hui Ukus Tri-Y and ice skating. She wants to "ban shoes and go bare- foot." ' BARRY SECREST "Zeke," Senior Class President has the great ambition: "to get on the right side of teachers." He spends a lot of time in the boys' gym and often says, "Bo Dude." JUDY SHUBKAGEL Judy-Hui Wah ine s Y. Ambition: "To be Jackee's roommate in Wonderland." Favorite sayings: "That's some- thing else." LORNA SILER Lorna's favorite hob- bies are jazz music, Tri-Y, and painting. She wants to be a fashion designer, spends most of her time at school-- "DARN!" JOE SIMONI Joey, Music, football, wrestling. Ambition:To be a music teacher. Most of his time is spent in the Counseling Office. Favorite saying: "That's not the point." MARK SKOLNICK Mark, who has partic- ipated in IRC and CSF wants to get to Harvard. He spends most of his time taking people home from school. JIM SMITH 35 LARRY SMITH "Smif," Football, Wrestling, getting out of work. His am- bition is to keep his drivers' license. JERRY SNELL Jerry, .IuniorAchievement. AFS, Church groups. His am- bition is "To do the im- possible: to follow the Golden Rule." Says, "Think what you do, and do what you think." GAIL SOMERBY "Galicia," AGA Treasurer- CSF Sec'y. Her ambition is to be more popular than Erta. Favorite saying "Doesn't any- one have any gossip?" NANCY STENSON Nancy enjoys Term plays, Yearbook Staff, IRC and CSF Secretary, Treasurer. Her ambition is "To have lots of big Puddings." Favorite Say- ing "I'm blushing." MARTHA STEVENS "Maud,-- Junior CIHSS Sec.- Treas., Sec. of AGA, Senior Council, Stude-nt Council, Commissions. Her ambition: "Always to know the Score-- in Tennis." VERONICA STEVENS Veronica's ambition is to pass her drivingtest. She spends most of her time at the refrigerator saying, "That ought to go over biginthe East." VIRGINIA STOKER JOHN St. PETER John, Executive Board, Basketball and Varsity Tennis, Junior Coun- cil. His ambition-"Go to Stanford and study Industrial Manage- ment." Hobbies: Ten- nis, chess, and bridge. BARBARA STREIGHT "Barb" wants "To come in late without getting caught." Most of her time is spentlooking for gold Pontiacs with a fellow admirer. Favor- ite saying: "Where's the party?" SUSAN STREIGHT "Straight's" hobbies are dreaming of shining '39 Olds. Hergreat am- bition is to go to New York. RICHARD SUTLIFF "Rich's" ambition is to perform plastic sur- gery on Gary Wer- chick's Nose. Most of his time is spent in the Dean's office. JACK SUECHTING John spends most of his time in school, ad- miring the girls. He likes to swim and en- joys electronics. He wants "to succeed." TOM TEACHOUT LORI THOMAS Lori spends most of he r time away from home, at the Y or at- tending football games. She is most often heard saying . "Whatcha doin ?". CAROL THOMPSON C arol enjoyed being A.G,A. President, fea- ture editor of the Aristocrat and on Foreign Exchange com- mission. She hopes "To get to the funny farm before D, W," JANET THORSON Jan, Student Council and A.G,A. fashion show model. Her ambition is to see the day Charlene and she "get ambition," She likes to spend money. DOUGLES THROWELL Doug wants to marry Annie and "put a 14093 in-my Chevy," He spends most of his time at Annie's. RICK TIETJEN "Rickey T." enjoys bas- ketball, tennis, and golf. He likes to make whoopee saying, "That ain't no big thing." He wants to be a caddy master. GARY TOBIN "Tobin-off" spends his time "Out!?" He likes athletics and people - watching! His ambition is "to meet a person with whom I can com- municate both thoughts and feelings!" JUDITH TONDA Judie an active mem- ber in the Frosh dance committee, has the am- bition to marry a mil- lionaire. She is forever saying "Daphne, wise up'u NANCY TURNBULL "Clancy Yopis" favorite ac- tivity is eating her lunch in steno with Kathy, 'Clancy' is always on the other end of the line planning - to set that final date. WENDY TURNER "Wen" loves sports, dancing. and joy riding. She spends her time home "doing home- work! What else." Her favor- ite saying: "A penny saved is a penny earned." Ambi- tion: "salesgirl." STEVE TYRELL Steve's big interest is the Band. He wants someday to play in the Navy Band. But he does spend his time some- where else: Under the hood of his car. SYLVIA VEGLIA Silvia spends most of her time at school and is found JOE TRIBURZI WILLIAM TRUDGIAN Bi1l's activities include golf, tennis, and other 'major' sports. He wants to make a heap of money and he is us- ually studying how. He enjoys girls. STEVE TRUEBLOOD Steve's ambition is to get 51,000,000 and a home in Tahiti. Favor- ite hobbies include sports and boatbuilding. saying "Ass es la - vida." Her ambition is to be some- one else's boss. JA ME S WA DDINGHAM LINDA WALLACE "Mi1fred" wants to go to beauty school . . . She is often heard say- ing, "How do you like that for business ?" EVE WEITZMAN Eve's ambition is to find a place in life and visit Europe. Her favorite sayingis, "Open the door." She is most often found at Santina's. ' CAROL WEXLER "Shorty's" great am- bition is to marry a San Jose boy. She can be heard saying, "Drop through completely." 33 HELENE F. WARSHAUER He1ene's greatest am- bition is to see some- one else at fault in a car accident. Sheis most often found at the Big "Y," HARVEY WECKER GARY WERCHICK Gary is ambitious to make some money to send Kath to Ray and C1are's health studio. He is always saying, "Give me a break." JACK WEYLAND SHARON WEST Sharon's ambition is to someday find an am- bition. She belongs to the Y-Nots, stu d e n t council, and order com- mission. She is often heard s a y i n g, "Forget it." VIRGINIA WHITE "Ginna" belongs to Aikanes Manawa Pau Tri-Y, the Spanish Club and the Art Commis- sion. ED WHITTAKER ORIS WIDENER "Hairy" enjoys basketball and tennis when he's not enjoying his favorite pastime---sleep- Ing. His ambition is to teach someone how to coach bas- ketball. DANA WILLIAMS "Willie" spends most of his time in the starting blocks and is ambitious to be the world's best P.A.T. kicker. He is on the Varsity track team and is Block "A" sec- retary. DIANE WILLIAMS "Would you like some raisins?" is a favorite say- ing of Diane's. Her ambition is to getto the Funny Farm be- fore M.C. PAT WILLIAMS "Pixie" spends most of her time with Wayne saying, "It's a collie." Her greatest am- bition is to become a nurse. SUSAN WILSON "Wil1ie" likes walking along the beach at Rio Del Mar until 3:00 A.M. with M.H., she wants to interchange clothes with Alterman on their trip to Rome. LARRY WINTERS "Lat" enjoys basketball and Mr. Dunston's muscle shop. He spends most of his time making cider in his bathrub-- saying "that ain't nobig thing." RICHARD WIRGLER Rick has participated in var- sity football, basketball, and baseball. His ambition is to have Diane sitting next to him at the game instead of cheer- leading. I MIKE WOOD GREG WOODARD "Greg" likes golf and watching TV . . . His ambition is to get to first period on time and to build up his nerve. Greg is forever saying "oh yeh!" YUKI YAMAI-IATA Yuki has two main ambi- tions: to be educated and to see the world. LYNN YAL-'LIS "WNYL" is found most of the time surfing at the beach. His ambition is to surf to Mazatlan and to be elected mayor. Jafe rriua DOUGLAS YEE Doug's favorite activities are varsity baseball and "B" basketball. His ambi- tion is to have a Corvette, a KE-Jaguar, and a Mer- cedes at the same time. A l h w SHIRLEY ANN FRY LINDA KENNEDY ROGER TORKELSON Shirley loves water skiing "Llnd's" activities include and animals. She wants to Y-Nots, Tri-Y, A.G.A., be happy and have a dozen Jtmior class representa- chlldren withacertainguy. tive, and member of the Aristocrat Staff. Linda al- ways wants -to have won- Aderful friends. If V, ' ",Q1'ELE, r, , a 'lv ' v I 'iq ' is K I I ' 452 l HP for ' . C i X 11 f' f ff O - . Kafka' 01, , ,Q . . .No one can forbid us the future. . .. 39 Wim! UW. Ouman zngigqjiieitf O eniora J C, ggi?" Cfffjg ' fe, Allen Bennett, Nancy Stenson, Janis Hesselberg, Carol Gillespie, Kit Mitchell, Mr. Dransfleld, Peter Franke. Sfafe .gzclzofamkila emi-hnafizifa ROW ONE: Gary Tobin, Kit Mitchell, Joyce Ferguson, Nancy Stenson. ROW TWO: Larry Smith, B111 Trudgian, John Bacon, Larry Bell, Ricky Radez, Peter Franke. 5 gba Sfafe ,4.fI.S'. Student vf?.,,5' Sian N N i fe r eell ,W N ef k 2 , if kk-. ..? . f' xl-fi?sK'gg5i.11- . . we-lf' , l' 'fit ' Y var 2-4, . . , f . 1- - , . vK'R 2i'v' in g if 1 L, " 'l"1'.. ' 1 - 'S " A L-.1 . . .2 Q ggi I A S y s - A , Q , 3 40 GAIL SOMERBY fr re ye GABRIEL ORCE CLIFF GLIDDEN c". rm of , Wafiona! We:-if magafa CAROL GILLESPIE GAIL SOMERBY merica warzla SITTING: John Evans, Marcia Cohn, Ed Manrub1a,,J1m Bishop, Charlene Bendotoff, Carol Bridges, Pat Hamilton, Carol Gillespie, Cheryl Saladin, Virginia White, Peter Franke, John St. Peter. KNEELING: Mark Skolnick, John Coltart. gen, CrocLer .xdwarvl PAT RICHARDS EVE WEITZMAN 41 "Dark At The Top Of The Stairs" We're the Reception Line! Chivalry will never cease! On Saturday, March 2nd,the graduating class of 1963 staged the first annual Senior Ball, "MIDNIGHT MIST", at the plush Peninsula Golf and Country Club. My arm, Madame? The radiant girls and the handsomely Aragon's Mr. Success! lt was all so nice-but where was Del Courtney? dressed boys, complemented Del Courtney' s Band and the theme of the Ball. .I Q., EYES Jim Smith - Pat Marx K 4 lffwlil dp Q W-In W Q X 1 , tr if X L aw X e ,J New .1442-as X 12 we X x 3 M x C X X i-3fGf1' P-474 -x 1g5:fSEii" 1-'QMS I 5 4 A A ' rA , RIF '1 LAUGH Jack Mc Leskey JoAnn Reed SH YE ST John Virginia Bacon White FRIE NDLIE ST Joel Pelzner Judy Nowland FLIRT Roger Mady HAIR Torkelson Fabris Roger Sue Swidan Patterson l 1 I f V Y' ' 4 l I A X X SMILE Brad Alden - Linda Koetke 5 X! , A Y o DESERT ISLAND A COMPANION ' Greg Glenda 7 24, Woodard DaViS 7 A f ' - if I If-y -L' ' ' 5 Lf-fe W- - Q A -1656 M ' xxx L ,fn lg 4 '+.f ' 1 'Age e "'7i1:,4 JA" A Q FIGURE n "FQ::f'fJ50' . wiv' Steve Barbara - v 4s:P' Trueblood Streight 9 ' Ng" I 5 'Y x?'f If r ATHLETIC . Pete Lewis .. 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A N sf:-' 7 ---f' E 3' 1 h' E" BEST DIlESSED i I ' 'N Gary Werchick x Pat Edelman 0 " E Q E -i 3 H 8 TEACHER IRRITATOR Z 9 95 Rick Radez - Marti Klein Senior gow :bay On Senior Bow Day, the Freshmen paid their just and proper tribute to the "Almighty Seniors," The Freshmen seemed to enjoy the day as much as the seniors. Do the Freshmen enjoy being humiliated, or could it be that they are already look- ing forward to the day when they are as exalted as their present masters? "What do I perceive before my eyes but an almighty Senior to ido1ize!" ' 46 I Cf WP Q 1 .A . 2 - ll , , 4. A 318,554 , The clubs and Ol'gELl1iZQ1IiOI1S of Aragon are two of the important. keys that will prepare the students to bbqonne leaders of zozxxorz-ow. Aragon has had .2 KX 1. ' X many excellent school leaders this year and many , . active Clubsl Qrganizanons. 'P : 2- YQ, fv- K -. N.: 4 ' , , ' 6 sw.. ihgain izafiond w Hx , gffifw gif? f' ,. 1- ,. Q-ff - V . ' 'p,,1f,!,,, . x Sfdrlenf goal? Office,-5 JOHN HAUSWIRTH Treasurer JOHN COLTART President 52 BOB ALLEN Vice-President JUDY NOWLAND Secretary ffzm, I9 r in g C LIF F GLIDDEN President CAROL IMURA Vice-President Student Government is the prime provider for unity among the students. It can carve pro- gress and success from student bodyfunctions. Without the leaders and followers of the gov- ernment, this progress would be non-existent. Only through government can the student leg- islature's ideas be carried out. Only through government can every student freely express his ideas. Only through government can the students strengthen imity. But student govern- ment is merely a key, useful only to those who truly want to open the door to democratic practice. PAT RICHARDS Secretary 50 .gjfuclenf gounci ROW ONE: Left to Right, J. McLeskey, B. Allen, L. Raznick, C. Reid, S. Teevan, J.Altieri,B. Whitfield, J. Nowland, J, Coltart, J. Hauswirth. ROW TWO: R. Quadri, K. Mitchell. ROW FOUR: D. Williams, D. Musuda, J. Burnham, A. O'Connor, B. Epstein, R. Hamber, S. Schuster, B. Ahlvin, B. Ford, J. S. Doherty, T. Aguiar, R. Berman, K. Kruttschnitt, N. Grimes, G. Hardesty, K. Jacobson, J. Ellis, E. Abrams. ROW THREE: G. Davis, K. Gillespie, P, Hayane, K. Strawsburg, R. Rosen, I. Vasiliey, The student cotmcil is the legislative branch of our student government. Representatives from each first period class meet every other week to discuss and propose legislation pertaining to various aspects of student government. Clgfl 3' Weill!!! LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Izmirian, G. Somerby, B. Allen, M. Broner, C. Imura, J. Nowland, B. Haney. I Wolfe, B. lzmirian, M. Cohn, J. RaY..P. Richards, D. Hood. ROW FIVE: K. Lanstyak, M. lmber, J. Rain, L. Loomis, R. Cantalupo, ROW SIX: R.Cossett, D. Fisher, B. Sllliman, B. Van Iderstine. xecufiue oar LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Nowland D. Williams, K. Kruttschnitt, M Lewis, P. Shimoff, D, Musuda R. Rosen,,B. Allen, J. Evans laring xecufiue oar ROW ONE: J. Hauswirth, P. Richards, C. Imura, C. Glidden. ROW TWO: L. Kennedy, A. O'Connor, J. Nowland, S. Hemming, K. Stathis, S. Feldstein, B. Allen, N. Stenson, N. Feldstein. ROW THREE: A. Bennett, R. Quadri, R. Masuda, C. Thompson, M. Cohen, B. Briggs, C. Mullman, M. Broner, D. Burnham. IQ. . Conference aya ana! Weand ommiffee ROW ONE: S. Feldstein, J. Nowland, S. Hemming, ROW ONE: G. Somerby, C. Imura, J. Holstein, M P. Shimoff, J. Engleman, L. Watanuki. ROW TWO: McGuire, R. Rosen, R. Grainger. ROW TWO: C P. Masuda, D. Goldblatt, L. Rasnick, M. Lewis, J. Glidden, P. Richards, J. Morris, J. Hauswirth, D Richardson. Burnham. ,wing .safuolenf Counci This hard-working commission is very im- portant to Aragon H ig h School student government. The Elections Commission organizes and supervises all the elections on campus . . U L onom ommwfnon - a ROW ONE: Leftto Right,M. Lewis,D.Masuda, P. Aslanian, P. Edelman, M. Benton, A. O'Connor, J. Garret, C. Reid, S. Schutte, J. Hesselberg. ROW TWO: N. Stenson, L. Buzan, S. Hamilton, M. Stevens, J. Reed, G. Eisenberg, S. Hemming, K. Mlchaelson, J. Hesselberg, M. Broner. ROW THREE: R. Gossett, D. Fisher, J. Hughes, P. Richards, P. Paul, M. Cohn, J. St. Peter. gfecfiona ommidriion -ja This very busy com- mission first organized the points system for the Silver Sword Society andthis year has worked to polish and improve the system. Mem- bers of the Commission also tabulate points to de- termine each student's standing and admission to the society. ROW ONE: Left to Right, P. Lewis, K. Wollner, P. Hanrahan, M. Hamilton, I. Vasilieu, B. Ostroff, J. Kozak, R. Vrat. ROW TWO: J. Hudson, C. Martin, D. Steele, A. O'Conner, B. Barns, S. Cohn, M. Traugott, B. Reynolds. ROW THREE: P. Doll, L. Loomis, R. Radez, J. St. Peter, J. Evans, N. Denton, S. Hamilton, T. Bernadt, E. Foster, S. Santos. V' I l ,fecfiona ommiaaion pr-ing ,LH fe al Tn ROW ONE: J .MCMa.hon,M.Umehara,L.McGuigg, P. Horgan, J. Nofuilandg A. O'Connor, S. Hemmlng, S. Hamilton, R. Humber. ROW TWO: B. Silliman, R. Fathy, B, Qgx, J. Traphagen, C. Schornagel, V. Schmidt, C. Feldman, L. Blattus, C. Martin, C. Reid, J. Evans, J. Ray. onor6 ommiaaion - ,aring ROW ONE: S. Darrenogue, L.Buzan, N. S1avlck,B. Ostroff, B. Barnes, B. Epstein, R. Vrat. ROW TWO: Mr. Dransfield, R. Izmirian, J. Ray, J. Coltart, N. Stenson. Oraler ommiddion - laring ROW ONE: J. McK1eskey, C. Sheehan. ROW TWO: T. Cameron, B. Ahern, B. Bacon, K. Stathis, P. Shimoff, G. Eisenberg, A. Rasmussen, R. O'Neil. ROW THREE: J. Collins, B. Allen, D. West, L. Faire, B. Block, B. Silliman, M. Umehara, D. Fisher, S. Carter. ROW FOUR: B. Briggs, B. Ahlvin, A. Baxich. ROW FIVE: G. Edison, D. Fredricks, B. McDonald, O. Lars, B. McCarty, R. Gosset, B. Somer by. ROW SIX: T. Sheehan, P. Vaughn, B. Pearson, J. McMahon, E. Clark, T. Epperson, B. Tocchini, J. Hiller, B. Ford, Mr. Fresohet, advisor. 53 753:33 5fu Jfmf Duff 1 ' 2-if 1 ,H ..... W.. a. A . A A , 9 2497 ,Qi W 129 jfs igij' 1. , 'Ls ,. 1 5-K N . W it is S -mx? ' ,ss .K , . . , f - I . 1, X- . W ,,AA he f- : Q Wil i N Q Q 3 . X if 21, I T N .. 'ev 1.1 -' 1 fi L lf. S X . f iifif N . YQ XR X Q 13 S f X Baiuff S 1 S Chuck Biederman H , 'A -- -1 - ,I - Junior Justice Junior Justice M'a1'-ni DeGraw Bob Graham Senior Justice Sophomore Justice Joel Pelzner Wayne Schrader Jack McLeskey Secretary 0 ol . . Secretary Pat Richards I" er 0 WI In 1. If 5 I 0 I1 M5-dy Fabris ROW ONE: Left to Right, T. Aguiar, K. Kruttschnitt, J. Palmer, S. Loschenkohl, L. Gates, L. Rasnick, M. Cohn, T. Cameron. Cliff Glidden, commissioner. Jack lVIcLeskey, Chief justice, ROW THREE: D. Fisher, D. Derrell, G. Frachia, G. Edison, M. Stevens, C. Saladin, C. Westphal. ROW TWO: D. Sheezm, S. Peavler, C. Bierderrnan, B. Starrett, B. Somerby. 54 .slllu W l f 4 ' Wafionaf jhedpiana 1 ance ommidaioner As dance commis- sioner, Gerifinds the trials of the school dances do concern others than just the faculty. She finds it is hard to keep up with the newest fads and fancies of the student body. The Thespians are advanced Drama students and those who have earned a specified number of points by working for the Drama department. Points may be earned by working as a crew member for a play, as well as acting or directing. ROW ONE: Left to Right, L. Forman, A. Colbert, S. Vaglia, P. Burge, V. Huston, S. Saladin, S. Harper, B. Cava, T. Aguiar, J. Reed. ROW TWO: M. Umehara, L.Buzan,B.Bazell, C. Miller, C. Bridges, H. Hewitt, M. DeGraw, J. Dugan, J. Akin, S. Holmes, P. Hanen, N. Stenson. ROW THREE: D. Cofer, R. Leplin, J. Morris, J. Coltart, J. McMahon, B. Somerbey, B. Briggs, S. Young, M. Cohn, Mr. Richard Bell, K. Jacobson, C. Westohnl. .xdrf Commiddion ROW ONE: Left to Right, S. Churchill, D. Haas, P. V. White, K. Benson, C. Pantaleoni. ROW THREE: Doll, M. Willyerd, K. Lanstyak, L. Siler, J. Garrett, L. Yaple, M. Jenkins, M. Kellogg, S. Martin, B. Salk, J. Dellosso, B. Nelson, M. Magis. ROW TWO: P. A. Larson, Mr. D. Crawford. Wagner, T. Bernat, G. Lew, S. Tennier, J. Burnham, 7-- , We at Aragon should all be thankful that we have such an outstanding art commission. They have repeatedly come to the aid of the different organizations when colorful and attractive displays were necessary. Their work is far above average and during many of the holidays they have dec- orated our school in the grandest of manners. During the Christmas holiday, for instance, they made beautiful panels which were placedwon the windows. This commission is truly one which has done Aragon a great service. 55 BAND MEMBERS: J. Adams, B. Barkoff, L. Behm, C. Bendotoff, B. Block, J. Bishop, G. Brown, T. Campagna,N. Carroll, J. Cassa, S. Chapman, B. Colunga, K. Connaughton, K. Cram, D. Cook, G. Davis, K. Dobrusky, N. Duensing, D. Durrell, J. Evans, N. Florez, S. Foley, S. Gillespie, S. Gilmore, T. Gray,J. Griffiths, R. Gervasi, T. Hamil, M. Hix, R. Humber, R. Izmlrian, L. Koetke, F. Korpiel, G. Lang, W. Lerios, S. Lund, C. Mauroner,D. McCoo1, D. McHugh, R. McLean, E. Mellera, J. Miller, C. Odden, P. Peterson, B. Pfieffer, P. Richardson, R. Rodgers, K. Roost, S. Schuster, L. Schwyhart, B. Swickard, S. Tabler, B. Trudgian, M. Trueblood, S. Tyrell, D. Uttley, T. Vadnais, J. Vallier, J. Vejmola, R. V1-at. gan J This year the band has been a credit to the Aragon music department. The entire band per- formed in their concert this spring. The marching Hand had the privilege and honor to play at the East-West game last fall. An important part of school spirit this year has been our pep band. It played at rallys, home games, and the Ol'CLe5fl'a ORCHESTRA MEMBERS FIRST VIOLINS: J. Ray, N. Stenson, P. Aslanian. SECOND VIOLINS: G. Lang, P. Joyce, B. O'Sul1ivan, N. Vail, I. Lockhart. VIOLAS: S. Ricker, M. Le May. CELLOS: C. Scheiber H Wecker N. Denton, C. Simmons, T. Diskin.BASS: J.,Geddes, G., Harris. FLUTE: R. Humber, C. Odden. CLARINET: L. Stanford Tournament. Together with the Aragon choirs, the orchestra presented "Christmas Over- tones", the schoo1's Christmas concert. They also performed in a spring concert. Some ofthe students from each of the music organizations were chosen to participate in the district's Honor Music Festival in February of this year. Schwyhart, J. Vejmola. OBOE: S. Gilmore. BASSOON: G Brown. FRENCH HORN: L. Koetke, J. Adams, S Chapman. TRUMPET: J. Bishop, S. Foley, K Connaughton. TROMBONE: J. Griffiths, M. Trueblood, T Vadnais. PERCUSSION: J. Cassa, T. Gray, W. Lerios .X4 gappeffa FIRST ROW: C. Bryant, D. Oswa1d,K.Freed,D. Smith, L.- Ferrier, D. Cantua, J. Konijn, P. Fanuccl, L. Hohen, L. Jones, P. McGinnis, S. Colquhoun, J. Rickett, S. Perrault. SECOND ROW: Mr. Denton, adviser, C. Cosgriff, T. Sanchez, B. Hutchings, P. Williams, D. Dyson, B. Greenhill, G. Itakura, H. Martens, K. Wright, C. Cantua, J. Fagotti, R. LeRoy, D. Bernard, S. Broock, K. Gobar, L. Gielow. THIRD ROW: C. Carpenter, R. Cardinalli, J. Holsten, S. Pillard, A. Colberg, T. Martin, L. Bernard, C. Cretan, D. Tomsky, P. Kohlas, D. Jefferson, D. Masuda, D. Toby, B. Saxelby, K. Zugay, M. Feyling. FOURTH ROW: S. St1ckney,N.Rosenberg,M. Traugott, S. Latorre,D. Agnew, G. Proseus,J.Dickson, E. Dekker, M. Denton, D. Durrell, J. Hughes, C. MCMuTd1B, B. Secrest, S. Freitas, L. Schmidt, M. Foley, M. Enscoe, G. MacDougai1. 1 FIRST ROW: S. Stlckney, L. Ferrier, M. Feyling, L. Gielow. SECOND ROW:,C. Bryant, M. Traugott, C. Pillard, D. Toby, R. Leroy. THIRD ROW: G. Proselis, N. Rosenberg, D. Masuda, D. Bernard, D. Tomsky. FOURTH ROW: A. Colberg, J. Dickson, M. Denton,J . Hughes, B. Secrest, D. McMurd1e. zssgsw - . R gym! Q ' S .sg f N . -f 5 S is , . ., 3 -N it P. Shimoff S. Shutte Q lgaffy Commiaaion anc!l9ela MISS. TIPTON MR. MARC HI 3 T' Aguiar M. Skolnick D. Agnew RY? , S. Pezzolla .Q -. D. Orwitz Q Qs W . iw J. Morris K. Benson M. Broner . ..3. k -11 ,iw Q L, K. Michaelson C. Martin V Y 5 ... gk 'V L. Koetke M. Hellman L. Loomis C. Hirschoro J. Holsten E. Foster J. Ellison M. Cohn f,:g:.g1 G. Eisenberg 59 cience ROW ONE: C. Dayton, J. Snell, D. Shoai, M. Graff, I. Vasiliev, J. Caffey, T. Sliter, J. Brownson, J. Eiseit. ROW THREE: Mr. V. Hawes, S. Holmes, P. Lewis, C. Karpilow, G. Orce, D. Bowman, Mr. Johnson, C. Yates, P. Goldstein, R. Tietjen, M. Burnham, T. Hart. ROW TWO: N. Cosimano, G. Blackburn, K. Oka, K. Brinkley, D. Takahashi, D. Tremain, J. Akin. Benson, S. Pezzola, F. Robles, K. Hansen, R. Vrat, P. Hanen, ROW ONE: M. Kraus, L. Kohner, J. Greenblatt, K. Jacobson, Sec.: M. McGuire, R. Heide, Pres.: C. Eppes, P. Aslanian, V.P. ROW TWO: G. Esten, M. McKay, L. Hoehn, M. Kalliarn, N. Uyemura, M. Durant, B. Uyemura, W. Kay, G. Harris. ROW THREE: Mrs. Stannard, advisor: J. Lozoff, S. Santos,R. Quadri, D. Masuda, M. Lewis, C. Acker, C. Schieber. ROW FOUR: M. Enscoe, J. Pelzel, R. Kanefsky, S. Gray, M. Broner, J. Thorson, Mr. Lawrence. 1 W e w 0 nown no oreign anguage nowd nofking O! Lin own ROW ONE:LefttoRight,B.S'turr,D.McCoo1, D. Casagrande, J. Richardson, T. Peterson, B. Briggs. ROW FOUR: S. S. Doherty, J. Kraus, K. Bomar, R. Gardner, M. Umehara D . Goldstein, V. Hawes, C. Chestney, R. Vrat. ROW TWO: L. Richman, M. Enscoe, I. Vasilieu, B. McCarty, B. Allen D. Burnham, C. Cretan, D. Uttley, S. Taber, N. Cosimano B. Allen. ROW THREE: B. Avery, L. Behm, P. Hayame R. Rosen, N. Stenson,C. I-Iama.ko,R.Mazzoncini,J. Graham Most of the Latin C1ub's activities centered around planning and money raising activities for the Roman Banquet in the spring. Club meetings featured presentations by members on subjects concerning ancient Rome. Robertson, M. Hellman, L. Buzan, B. Barnes, L. Fields, D. Vrat, B. Lantalupo, J. Glenders, R. Whitlark, R. Humphreys. ROW FIVE: C.Linskog,S.Tab1er,B.Trudgian, G. Leavy, B. Anselmo, T. Glidden, D. Richa.rdson,G. Laskowski, J. Bacon, Mr. Leddy. The French Club sends the Aragon students annually into ecstasy. This is the result of the famous French fudge sale. This club is a very active one, both within the club itself and in front of the student body also. CZQHCA ROW ONE: Left to Right, W. Cole, R. Toniatie P. Lewis K. xantzki, G. Friday, s. Calkins, B. cornea, T. nah, N. Grinies S. Santos, M. McGuire, L. Forman, L. Eisenbert, L. Elliott S. Byrne, S. Schutte, C. Bloos. ROW TWO: C.Westphal, P: Joyce, L. Landon, G. Lang, V. Bale, A. Smith, B. Steers, K Benson, S. Pezzola, K. Stromholt, M. Traugott, K. Kruttschnitt M. Dierkes, B. Mirch, S. Nichols, T. Alter, J. Baker, L. Buzan ROW THREE: D. Musuda, G. Fracchia, D. Ferry, P. Hamilton B. Kalitzki, M. Coker, A. Humphrey, C. Reid, J. Rusake, J Leavy, E. Foster, P. Doll, K. King, L. Rasnick, S. Schleber, S Scneder. ROW FOUR: D. Hancock, R. Heide, J. Singleton, B Salk, L. Richman, A. Stein, C. Leavy, G. Somerby, M. Stevens i L. Wight, T. Hanrahan, M. Hratt, C. Gillespie, P. Ralph, P. Paul. ROW FIVE: G. Lonzarich, D. Solmonson, V. Huston, J. Esten, J. Akin, B. Treffers, B. Somerby, R. Tietjen,M. Skolnick, P. Hanen, N. Stenson, G. Esten. .gnfernafiona Qefafiona' CuL Row ONE: Left to Right, G. Ester., D. Hancock, R. Heide, J. Newland, D. Bonin, V. Huston, J. Ferguson, S. Schutte, L. Elliott, R. Miramon, L. Richman, G. Orce. ROW TWO: Mr. Price, C. Forman, L. Forman, L. Buzan, K. Dobrusky, J. Geddes, N. Feldstein, M. McKay, L. Hoehn, K. King, E. J. Hesselberg, C. Hutchings, K. Hansen, P. Hanen, L. Rasnick, G. Bonomo, C. Loschenkohl, P. Paul, M. Johnson. ROW FOUR: J. Evans, G. Lonzarich, J. Snell, C. Yates, C. Karpilow, H. Licht, D. Agnew, M. Cohn, S. Hiatt, D. Hood, P. Ralph, P. Franke, C. Gillespie, D. MacArthur. Foster, N. Stenson, Miss Meding. ROW THREE: S. Holmes, The purpose of this commission, newly formed this year, is to consider the exchange stu- dent program and to raise money to send a student abroad the next year. 62 This has been an active year for Aragon's International Re- lations Club. The first major program was a study of India with a talk by an Indian exchange student climaxed by luncheon at an Indian restaurant. Similar programs were continued throughout the year, increasing the members' knowledge and understanding of other countries. C-oreign .szfucly Commiaaion ROW ONE: Left to Right, Mr. Price, G. Harris, J. Nowland, A. O'Connor, S. Hemming, S. Darrenogue, K Dobrusky, S. Scneder, M. Johnson. ROW TWO: L. Forman, J. Hesselberg, C. Hutchings, L. Buzan, G Louth, S. Tabler, S. Hamilton, C. Thompson, C. Loschenkohl, S. Holmes. ROW THREE: C. Reid, N Stenson., J. Hesselberg, D. Agnew, P. Paul, J. Pelzel, M. Cohn, N. Feldstein, G. Orce. ROW FOUR: D Hood, C. Gillespie, M. Droese, P. Richards, M. Skolnick, J. Snell, J. Evans, J. Coltart, R. Humber Cahfornia je eration agjcltofaralzila The California Scholarship Fed- eration is a soci- ety which honors academic achieve- ment. Students earn membership by receiving a col- lege recommend- ing grades in ac- ademic courses. This year for the first time Aragon: awarded life'mem-L berships to those seniors who have been members of CSF for at least six semesters. ROW ONE: Left to Right, L. Forman, S. Santos, D. Williams, R. Humber, R. Kruasilnicoff, P. Aslanian, G. Esten, D. Hancock, L. Behm, R. Ferguson, C. Schieber, D. McClain. ROW TWO: D. Goldstein, M. Stevens, T. Hanrah, N. Stenson, S. Holmes, P. Tryegiah, P. Hanen, L. Buzan, L. Gates, K. Mitchell, D. McHugh, R. Leplin, W. Cole. ROW THREE: J. Evans, G. Somerby, C. Gillespie, K. Hansen, G. Laskowski, M. Skolnick, P. Franke, C. Anderson, M. Schrader, B. Bacon, R. Fathy. P. Shimoff. ROW THREE: Mr. Knees, M. Cohn, J. Bacon. P. Tamulevich, J. McMahon, R. Radez, A. Bennett, B. Starrett, B. Allen, J. St. Peter, D. Yee, J. Coltart, B. Somerby, K. Connoughton. I9 Cl n id A CAL A ROW ONE: Left to Right, Mrs. Cotter, P. Aslanian, J. Mills, L. Thomas, G. Esten, S. Saladin, K. Michaelson, S. Hemming, L. Shimoff, J. Ferguson, J. Garrett, M. Johnson, K. Mitchell, C. Blackburn, J. Greenblatt. ROW TWO: M. Graff, J, Ramon, L. Gielow, R. Izmirian, J. Pelzel, D. Smith, R. LeRoy, K. Jacobson, J. Jacobs, M. Kurant, L. Kohner, M. McKay, V. White, R. Kohefsky, C. Acker, N. Gardner. ROW THREE: Miss Gluckstadt, Mrs. Thomas, R. Miramon, J. Geddes, S. Slade, C. Miller, J. Hesselberg, C. Forman, J. Hudson, B. Ostroff, C. Eppes., M. Grimes,.N. Johannesen, C, Martin, D, Rabin,ROW FOUR: L. Wiegner, K. Stathes, D. Williams. C. Knobloch, A. Contereas, T. Searls, J. Asbury, B. Keiles, W. Kay, S. Gray, C. Loschenkohl. ROW FIVE: M. Lewis, D. Simms, L. Haldan, N. Feldstein, V. Stoker, M. Cohen, L. Kennedy, K. Johnson, L. Gates, S. Hamilton, N. Denton, N. Hiatt, V. Gadd, R. Gossett, B, Sillimm, G. Eisenberg. ROW SIX: J. Evans, T. Churchill, D. Treman, R. Fathy, K. Hansen, S. Holmes, P. Linden, D. Goldblatt, H. Licht, G. Bonomo, S. Santos, R. Quadri, M. Broner, B. Uyemura, B. Reynolds, ROW SEVEN: J. Snell, L. Hediger, G. Werchick, R. Tietgen, B. Haile, L. Larson, G. Orce, G. Lonzarich, D. Dukes, S. Richmond. ' "Las Pu1gas," the Spanish Club, was formed to pro- mote better under- standing of Span- ish speaking coun- tries. Members study these coun- tries and their cultures by movies and discussions in Spanish. 63 V5 'f I I ,,,, ,QS ' t 131 5 2 Qi . f -131 1 L was-vp ? I I. W gig 553 M Q ,EQ ,, ' N 2 as 55' fix Q N A Q I Q' ' s 4.24 ft. , Q".-4 X' , 1 -an V 1. as qi us, .'-,'2f""f . 1, mu Q cg QM Q wx' s -in .-is F. .4 ina .f is-,,1.Q."Eg" g. . Q. ls, ",1n. .f.,, , ri ,. gf ' ff is Q mug Q 11. Y .. L, Q. " .9 Q Q f ' 'Y' 1 ' fi, if v ' If .. ' A , , , Q ' ix ' Q Q 1 ' h 4 i' i ' ' 'muff 5 7 'R K , l if 4 . . a The extracurricular speech activities group pro- motes interest in debate, oral interpretation, and extem- poraneous speaking. The Aragon speakers won "firsts" in every event in their first tourney with Mills: the group promises to be one of Aragon's most active clubs in years to come . . V x jlfwggi atyawamfo Mag 1' I Lie' -7 f- K 0. JCM if LU C, 06 , - UCGM-MQ, ML , at C YJ WN -- QD Q , , VVYX ' - CZ , la eeclz CLA ffl ff. ii-' 2 ,V ,fQ4A,,7flfXf1f fx, ROW ONE: Left to Right, V. Graham, S. Stevens, M M. Skolnick, N. cosimano, C. wesrphal, R. Leplin, The Medical Careers G b ikfgyms members of MF' Fisher. adviser- careers available in different f lil?-of medicine. , .1 ROW ONE: Left to Right, V. Gadd, L. Buzan, R. Vrat, C. Schornagel, C. Simmons, J. Traphagen, V. Schmidt. ROW TXVO: S. Lund, N. Carroll,nL. Wiegner, K. Boyd, B. Sturr, L. Landon, I. Vasiliev, Mrs. Hilpish, R.N. QM., Nui Qqfg inancia! Confrof gourd The Financial Control Board is responsible for the expenditures of the student body. They keep a close eye on the money that is spent and earned by the students of Aragon. ROW ONE: Left to Right, B. Allen, D. Fisher, L. Smith, J. Nowland, B. Bacon, C. Anderson. ROW TWO: J. Richardson, J. Hauswirth, J. Coltzirt, L. Loomis, Mr. Tingley, Mr. Heacock. 55 jlw rinfocraf LEFT TO RIGHT: D. McClain, G. Somerby, Mr. Drobac, Advisor, C. Imura, S. Hamilton, T. Cameron, S. Hemmlng, L. Smith, A. O'Connor, C. Thompson, C. Reid, G. Louth, G. Tobin, L. Kennedy. The cooperation of the newspaper staff is essential for the effective paper which we all enjoy. Every other week Aragon students read about past and coming events, enjoy gossip columns, and learn about recently outstanding students in the Aristocrat, Aragon's newspaper. The staff works constantlyfo inform students ofthe news at Aragon. me je60I'0 An average day in the yearbook class. The last minute rush of the final Yearbook sale. Aragon's yearbook staff, which includes members of the yearbook class and individuals selected outside of class, works many hours throughout the year, gathering material for the annual. When completed, the El Tesoro provides the students with a souvenir of all their past activities, classmates, and teachers. FIRST ROW: J. Hesselberg, M. Bright, M. McKay, C. Forman, L. Forman, J. Pelzel, L. Fields, J. Hughes, Mr. Parker, L. Buzan, N. Stenson. SECOND ROW: C. Zugay, M. DeGraw, Advisor, D. Mitchell, J. Hesselberg, J. Reed. 1- k ', L K Some students ignore, some absorb, some generate knowledge. The academic subjects open doors to a meaningful private -- and public -- life. u Q... ,, mg eg' ff: -fr . 61- - M-.if A 5 nf ., gm' L Q dun I mnmwxwu fmMN-dW, ., , W .. .. SQ 'PN Mx sm ,Mfr ,,.--ww - . -as P RQ -1 ugh , 'Q k f, Y Q: A-,T , , Q 5 ,z Lx g,f:1Qq.,.u 3. U lwi ixiifwf '-aliifl, if 2 553 N, -W 1. fi 52235 ' Tvizfkk? fi A .serv 5 5 ,r E4 F M Q5 ,mf--A 5 v' . W C 'Pl 3 Q. L-M , V- 3 Mwmw c 1 i . W. A H.- f, uni" Y IQ., 5' ws :A 5 Q fkfgm if ff f U, X 5 4 x - se 5 1 w mm -A ' if E 5 gtgigbgw V A QQ N-iv' M Av- -,V 'lv' f 'F . A wiv i 1" '54 Ei .'-3 2 - wg 4.1 .5 swim .F-5 . gf? 4? K . Xen? fn A hmm gk 2 5 Ex is sf Q - if in 1,5 ' ' ' 13 1 '.4, 'nyf5-5 Q1-A ,Q ' 5 Jr ' - '51 gif ,.L...ff' 1 Lg y ,aaa V A ' fig . ami? ' '., ' l h sf- 'Kaz - 6' " 1 or Al? 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L it ig, -1- 'T' H E ,ze ' .15 Lf .Q Q Ny. 52 .1 fn 1gwff5xfi'k57f77':ffg:5?5?T5i5?1:5iiQ - f 2 fil"VI2fQ3if?lN53?f 1ft1'i1i.tM,lZ JW 1-1 'r gr ' a-'a X a.a, ' ' 1 ,'.l , V ' f aw , , fs E g, g " ' f . wa., M ROW ONE: Left to R i g h t, Kathy Ellison, Diane Ferry, Marti Barr, Dorrie Fitzgerald, Bobbie Curry, Peggy Fanucci. ROW TWO: Sam Cohen, Randy Cort, Wayne Devincenzl, Dave Brandt, Bob Bacon, Jim Cassa. ROW ONE: Left to Right, Barbara Salk, Lou Anne Williams, Meredith Milton. ROW TWO: Chris Mullmann, Howard Sendach, Lan Schadel, Igor Vasiliev, Hans Paerl. 1 ae 1, as S Clif J 5,3 .ki .. ' .aim ,s iwfvzzaffss 'fn 85 FIRST ROW: Left to Right, J. Wolfe, M. Kalliam, w. Jordan, C. singer. SECOND ROW: D. Burmeister, C. Williams, L. Toriello. o u n ci A C.. red men fficerzn anal Counci R. Rosen, B. McCarty, B. Allen, S. Robertson, P. Richardson. ff. ..., FIRST ROW: F. Bortolin. SECOND ROW: B. McCarty, S. Feldstein, P. Richardson, B. Allen, 1 86 FIRST ROW: S. Feldstein. SECOND ROW: R. Larsen, P. Richardson, R. Vrat. P if T. F05 lnall 1 Q A fl Elaine Abrams ' - ,g jg Ross Abrams Barb Borchers V 'Pj X .Qi we'A Tudy Alderman Fred Bortolin "-, if ? .John Alexander Jim Boswell A WV B mmm, Bruce Allen .AA vmm... V I Steve Allen Debby Bradford , Y of K Carol Andersen Tom Bradley Zigi "AA 2 if 1 Stephen Andersen Linda Bragg -"' . l V J : C ' i S A "'k ' A in Carole Anderson 1? Debbie Anderson Vicky Brambilla , li Maxine Ankele Bruce Brazil ' Janice Armitage Tom Brock A - ',.'f far, 'A'A .Q Q1 -gg: ,, ,- esrr if V -I Sue Cerruti V V -V V' Aeorae Assoun Darcey Burmeister A Y :ry "'- 'I "M, S 2 Stevi Badt Daphine cam B A Linda Bale Delphine Cain llll S ,. A f IQ' "7 Xi X Steve Ballard ' - ki nn' l , -Q jg ? Kit Bomar Jack Caler - 4 V is . E f Steve Burkoff Steffi Calkins A .. , Brian Barnard Andrea Campion V i -in .1 QQ, l MV V A ' 'V-Vi T :N - Lind Barr B ' L " Bruce Basso Pat Cantalupo Q A' M, ,wr Larry Baumann Robert Cantalupo X. ,QV V . 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Q AX Bob Louth Carol Lucey Susan Maguire David MacMullen Eloise Maki f+L aura Marans Paul Markling Jayme Marquardt Warren Marshall Peter Mayor Jackie Matthias Bill McCarty Bob McCarthy David Mcllmoil Linda McLeod Bob Mickelson Susan Miller Tom Miller Nelson Milliken Theodore Mills Jim Mitchell Barbara Mock Sue Munro Donald Moss Jim Moulding John Murphy Gardiner Mushkin Steve Nabhan Anita Nail Janet Napp Rein Narma Fred Niebla Dolores Nolan John Norrbom Melvin Oka Danny O'Neil David Orwitz Howard Osharow Beth O'Sul1ivan John Pancallo Dominique Payot Tom Peterson Kim Peuser Larry Phillips Judy Plotkin David Poile Brian Price Linda Prez De an Puccinelli Bonnie Quinby Patty Radez Bruce Reed Chris Reimers Patty Reyton Pat Richardson Lynn Richter Steve Ridley Ron Riskin Kathleen Robinson 2 'lf Sue Robertson Teresa Roberts Joan Romey Steve Rose ' E' me gli E. be ff- 'use r B ,b ,. ,,, A er K ie 6 AF z K A -fc ,as ie K , my Aw Q is f ,, y, .f .es , Ron Rosen Steve Ross Kathy Rowe We s Strong Roy Sullivan , i Xia M K 4 if Q Y 2- -' , ,iw .. of E X it Jane Saladin Barbara , S ff, Sunderbruch f' Ruta Samto 1 ,J Cheri Schafsteck Karen Suppe :.' Susan Schmidt Robert Swe att Virginia Schmidt Bonnie Swinehart . 1 ' Q. ' - if i ,lf- lk, X 1. .1., QW 03 S . D all X. Ui M . Wx WWW ,l . ig Barbara Schoenbrungjyvg 0 A ' gf Rosalie Schonberg Steve aber Carole Schornagel Drew Takahashi 1-' 2 Lynn Schroeder Jody Tallman ahit gg Erie Schwartz Dick Schwerin Jim Sebanc Rick Sermon Darlene Shannon Jim Shea Janet Shoaf Cherie Simmons Carol Singer Steve Skale Nancy Slavick Tom Sliter Marlowe Smith Stu Smith John Farris' Lynne Taylor Susan Teevan Pam Tenney Sue Thirkell Jerry Thompson Debbie Thomas Elvi Torieilo Ruth Toriello Janiece Towne Tony Spencer it ean Traphagen Renee Sroka Bob Trautz vi . A fp ww 9 Bob St. Claire Craig Steiner Sus an Stendahl Sherry Stevens Kevin Still Bruce Stolzman Donna Stricker Kitty Stromholt Sue Trickett Nancy Uyemura Joan Van Bakel Patsy VanKirk Dianne Vellis Sue Viersen A is .ns X. i a lg-of ill, f A ' -gg.: sg' 5 - 11 feel ,. 91 Chris Wagner Bob Waters Pam Weeks Nancy Welch Jill Werner Mike Wexler Barbara Wayland Francis Wieboldt Janet Wlesenborn Craig Wight Chris Williams Clark Wllliford Sue Wilson Debbi Winters Connie Wirgler Cynthia Wood Pam Woodard John Wooldridge Judy Wolfe Bradley Yamauchi Ronnie Young Andrea Zeltlin J im Zeitlin Frances Zlns Dave Zunich Bart Paul Jayne Ellis Mel Titus ROW ONE Cheryl Pierce, Carol Federighi Mary Lou Salzman, Rita Vrat. ROW TWO: Patti Peyton, Sue , .xdcfiuifieri appiness one thing ohe dpersoiif' n r rdda,nqfhQ r Inspired by the Charles Schulz "Happiness Book", the P.T.A. fashion show featured oo-ordinated costumes shown against a backdrop of cartoons. X t mx 1 Sw if Jw , 57 Eff . yr -. S x H 1 5 E352 s ii in R Q gig X X as ig 'S x NI I 3 I A 'Q' 1-f-ix553::F31.,4. I ,f . .... : if X fl f 5, LX rep 'iw Q Q f wk W m m4....,,M..., gi? x. av' M iw fm ly S J K - .::.- - A I x E, in' , f., , A .Wi . K sf K Q? 5 3-if t I N 'l . 1 ww 1 fo 4 A ff. - A g Q4 Xl al. xml M" Hy, Q 3 f-1' 3 , Q ,, + s was M25 49- ,Q i 'We Q4 Our Junior class started the social ball rolling after which the Seniors followed up with a Senior - sized Vic- - tory Dance. Typical Sophisticated Seniors - Sande and Jack! Look Carr - You gotta have a ticket! So who twists ? Bogni is running in the PONY-race. j0g0tL2l' . . . Entering into the spirit of things, the Frosh and Sophs co-sponsored a FUN - night. You're ruining the mood, Silliman. What would Miss Longley say? ri5fmaa Exquisite The Dewy B amble . . . T II yThorn A S' gl D oplet. - B on 51,1 JW W WWW Q W , Winter Moonlight Casts Q x Cold Tree-Shadows ' Long and Still . . . My Warm One Moving. - Shiki 3 E 1 ii f x -K-wg-X 1-Qw.r..4,.. ,.... - -,. - , - -.juan . , . , , . Bright Soul of Winter Moonlight Punctuated by Pattering Hailstones. - Gyodai Cll-inafown Here Is The Dark Tree Denuded Now Of Leafage. . . But a Million Stars. - Shiki l X ef..M,,..,.N.i . ,L , . 5 x 1 ' Q S Q M Q95 .tw Q Z,::... W .wjx x X X 2. , f fk1:+s:Q:' va:-v 5 , M pg ,Q 5. KWWL fi 4, L ,ck W n Q XFZWWI . x f if M A S Mi ll, 'N , , ,Q f- if L ,wg .f1 13553 J 'BL f 'XA' X 9 -.L K Ek - ,-4 Q., 1 -Q I . f- X . ,, . Vit MQ Lf Wbxzf i. - 1 W ' 1 fggxf :fig Q. 'S L 'wiiiy 5 W" ... X: xx. A . V X 'pfzzfif QQ,-V Q K .z X ii X 11 x N-if L 1: ' x ' ' "' 5 '52 'lx .Q w 1 ,m., . . i kl:V , . W mx.. R , h X xkhk V S it ,L', - . ,Y .... .f,, ,gf 2 W 1 Fw - 1ea, 'T12 4 QWQ .xxx ,, Cfaddroom .xdcfiuifieri Pat Vaughan and future cabinet makers work under the supervision of Mr. Freschet in the woodworking classes. Classroom activities surpass in importance any other activities at Aragon. Not only must they satisfy the needs of every type of student, but they must also meet his individual level of interest and ability. The school has met these needs by offering accelerated English and math classes in addition to general and basic sections. With the aid of the most modern equip- ment available in the science and electronics labs, woodworking and auto shops, and indus- trial arts classes, Aragon students prepare for Students in the art classes under the direction of Mr. Crawford learn techniques of color and com- position. Boys under the supervision of Mr. Fearon learn the operation and servicing of TV's and radios. George Knotener, Bob Ford and Larry Juchert are identifying and measuring audio and unknown frequency. , work and further education which will lead them to highly skilled occupations and profess- ions. Many talented students are unable to take advantage of the fine instruction offered bythe Art and Music departmentsg but those who are able to participate can attest to the fun as well as the personal satisfaction gained throughthe arts. fi? psssip , N hx. f:X:efsQ,- Q. Q 1 h Q Qg 1 X X M .. Sir! ,-Q5 - 3. W- 9 QQ K 36' . fx? X .. , K V.. i t.h,. -. X Ns, by mf' X . , M, K .ii-55335.15 is iii Q. X 5 XUb,.-i 'i fig . X K Q Six WW X we., . L ..f+m-wvwfmfffwgjf i . -ff ws 'N ' w, .. iw f V gf ,NBP . K k . K -,X Qi-- :El 1 v an W Um A X. X- NQ y ' 5 Q M I ,dxf A 9m E Sx K X N StuJenf clleadefzi Activities at Aragon include the participation in classroom affairs as well as extracurricular organi- zations. Many students excel in their activities, and two organizations honor these students. Silver Sword recognizes work in student government and other organizations, and C.S.F. life membership rewards students for scholastic achievement. Sifuer .syworcl Sociefy This honor society is composed of those individuals who h av e gained a required number of points for extracurricular activ- ities in school. Th ey h av e participated in such areas as student g ov e r nm ent, clubs, music, and drama. The time these students have spent has earned for them this award f o r outstanding a c hi e v e- ment. 1 ROW ONE: L. Forman, K. Mitchell, J. Lozoff, M.VEnscoe, N. Stenson, J. Nowland, C. Imura, A. O'Connor, P. Richards. ROW TWO: D. Masuda, M. C0hn,J. Evans, L. Loomis, J. Coltart, B. Allen. B. Bazell, G. Somerby. 6.3.5 3 i e emgera To become a life member of C.S.F., a student must be a regular member for four of his last six semesters in high school, with one of the semesters being in the senior year. These stu- dents will be honored with pins and special tassels at graduation. ROW ONE: K. Mitchell, C. Gillespie, L. Buzan,N.Stenson, M. Colm, G. Somerby, M. Stevens. ROW TWO: J. St. Peter, B. Trudgian, R. Radez, M. Skolnlck, J. Bacon, G. Laskowski, A. Bennett. N 51 'J 7? "i H , ,A BOBBI SUE EPSTEIN NICHOLS 0 ariuahl The Little Theater was the setting for the show that featured clothes flown in by Macy's from New York for the event. as 'QQ il Q X if wfffffr X, - Ee ey 1 5. K ' Q ww ,iq , M A ey A. H f V J, kv A s l , u-wie mu-' , as K. QW' wwe? mm Q, v Q L , .- gh. UI. anL5giuing a Practice makes perfect You're pushing me off, Rockladge. Boozie bores 'eml Rallies spur the team on by letting them know the school encourages and sup- ports them. The expression in words and noise binds the school in pure patriotism, The Thanksgiving Day Rally was the most enthusiastic ex- pression of the schoo1's con- fidence in Aragon against its formidable rival, Hillsdale. The feelings were worth the defeat. We became a part of our school. Show some spirit, Mr. Dias. IQ. ff, Let's go! Someb0dV's off heat! 109 Her princesses, Jeannie and Ginger, and lovely court consisting of Pat Edelman, Jeanne Dugan, Barbara Streight, Nancy Turnbull, Nancy Scardini, Margaret Riley and Pat Peterson preceded Sande around the football field with Hi11sdale's eyes as well as Aragon's watching them with admiration. 4 Our Queen, Sande Harper, reigned over the Thanksgiving Day Game with her Princesses and Royal Court, She embodied tradition, for Sande was the first football queen of Aragon, and we were as proud of her as we were of the team. 1 i 1 . X gum 1-5- .M .,. 1y ,- ' it ' . I ' I. t V ' ,, ti' gc. ,.,,rQ P "Q f f - - 1 2 beam mena f Q- 7 5 e If f f ' fx - S??129Sii1Pg,4fIH i?16h L1iP Tingef 1f 51 g - p '3 W fl Q- if Q W ' ' f Y' ' as ' 'V , ,--, - ,', "-' : EEK ' XV 1, A .5 'if ,, 5 ' I 'I 4 Y. .z "3 12.i 'A Ya.' 513791 Pj" f L' 5 '- ms '35 fy " 4 1 We Q ' 5' 1 A. , W .f wh? 1 A 93 A 'if 'fb 'EES .. We f fi 3 ' , ' ig "'-l , f P ' 3 754 .'.l, Ask D. S K ' ' K f 7 . y ' A 'S 2 V ' A ' rv ' L .sw Q . ' Q asm, fp it .,. K- " , Q an gf' " in 'Fw 1 R ' f' . 4 V. - .- Qs, -. 1 9' , ,' R T-ZX ,iify-151+ ' 'L-19,433-' . A - - -1, Q ,, aff. ' :'T'2' 1.,v..geg,-Ma" 4gq" '1Q4' fQ Y5' 4: f . ,1r9:5X9'F'1: - ii - tfx . , ' ,sn:gf:,v'f ,z my , . A L, 'V ?hw,EN2 . ,f Y. L, img., , f. M, Y, X . - b - ' X f -M ' N519 J ".-, :Lg-3.-S Q V x fc .- -4' ' -f?-'-f f -..,. 1.1-.,-.-- V . . - 4.6 I 5 VL.. 4, rx. ,' X Q z ,,J,.. :W 5? Ai 3' A , if mf' ' f Qmfn- Q Y x A 9 V-Q, QQ L Q Q 5 21.3 1 .. A, I 3 1 Q .. I gf? ? A ,V . S 1 jf, , gk 5 E M 5 1 gig 35 age? 4 F YY if 2 Uaraify 3-oofga FIRST ROW: Left to Right, L. Jones, L. Smith, B. Ah1vin,B Graham, G. Rocklage, J. Richardson, T. Steiner, L. Wel1s,J Hains, M. Trueblood, M. McCann, D. Collins, R. Mazzoncini, D. Brandt, W. Devincinzi, M. McFadden. SECOND ROW: J. Burrell l J, Hughes, L, Loomis, M. Levitt,G.Ster1ing,R. Cort, R. O'Nei1, A. 1 Rust, K. Connaughton, R. Estudillo, M. Christopherson, N. Reay, J. Bohmker, J. Bacon. THIRD ROW: J. Hanswirth, M. Bass, V. 1 Page, B. Tocchini, R. Wilson, J, Riederer, T. Gallaher, P. Y ,D 1 COACHES AND CAPTAINS FIRST ROW:M.NOCe,M.. McFadden, S. Trueblood. SECOND ROW: Coaches S11 Vial, Wayne Taylor, Charles Polk. W This year's varsity football team started th season with a rush, bogged down at mid-season but revived at the season's end -- although losin to Hillsdale in a heartbreaker, 20 -- 18. Aragon opened the season with a 7 -- 6 wi over Westmoor, Champions of the North Peninsul League. The team upset St. Francis in the neil game 13 -- 6 with two spectacular touchdown r by Pete Lewis. Against Terra Nova, the Dons we on a scoring splurge with everyone " getting int the act. " Touchdowns were scoredbyJas0nHelle1 Rick Wirgler, Pete Lewis, and Mike Noce. The fine score was 35 -- 13. The highpoint of the season was a thrilli 7 -- 6 win overCapuchino which 'saw our defensi unit twice hold the Mustangs on the Don's two yar line. Fine defensive work was turned in by Gar 1962 Contreras, C. Gruber, L. Flodihn, B. Briggs, T. Epperson, M. Barnard, P. Blake. FOURTH ROW: J. Heller, J. Wiberg, B. Ford,R. Swidan, M. Noce, G. Woodard, S. Trueblood, B. Allen, R. Wirgler, G. Werchlck, P. Lewis, D. Kenny, M. Denton, R. Coppo. MANAGERS KNEELING: C. McMu.rdie. STANDING: Left to Right, E. Takemori, G. Queen, M. Loy, G. MCFa1l. Rocklage, Mike McFadden, Bob Ford, LarryJones, and Jason Heller. The touchdown was scored by Pete Lewis with Lars Flodihn converting the point after touchdown. After successive losses to Serra, San Mateo, Mills, and Burlingame, the Dons played their great Thanksgiving Day game with Hillsdale. The Dons played hard and were leading with 2 1X2 minutes left to play. Then Hillsdale, in possession of the ball, drove to the winning touchdown with less than a minute remaining and the final score was 20 -- 18. Outstanding performances were turned in by Larry Smith, Steve Trueblood, Mike McFadden, Pete Lewis, and Mike Noce. Coaches Taylor, Polk, and Vial can look for- ward to a prosperous season next year with the return of many strong juniors and sophomores. A! WJQJT 1.46. Mike McFadden, Aragon Tackle, was honored by the Peninsula sports writers as the All Peninsula League Tackle. Mike at 6'2" and 225 pounds was the biggest man on the All League team. Coach Charles Polk gives credit to Mike for doing an out- standing job for Aragon all season long. Fullback Roger Swidan 1213 skirts around left end as Q.B. Jason Heller 1161 takes out two would-be Westmoor tacklers. John Bohmker 1881 goes high to receive a Greg Woodard pass for a good gain against Hillsdale. John Hauswirth - Senior - End Fullback Mike Noce is tackled by a Terra Nova man at Gary Werchick - Senior - H.B. - End - Bob Ford - Senior - Center ,fw,5Qqy, lk N . d-field as Steve Trueblood 1681 looks on. John Bacon - Senior - End Mike Noce gains good yardage as Bob Pollack of San Mateo comes in for the tackle. Tony Epperson - Senior - Roger Swidan - Senior - End Fullback Hustling Mike Noce grinds out good yardage against Hillsdale. Larry Smith qon the groundl takes out one Hillsdale man. Fleet-Footed Pete Lewis breaks away from the line to go all the way for an Aragon Touchdown. Mike Noce, Aragon's Versatile halfback-fullback, was a great asset to this year's team. Mike was also Honorable Mention on this year's A11-M.P,L, Team. Unheralded half-back Larry Jones was an all-around per- former for Coach Taylor on both offense and defense. Pete Lewis, Aragon's fast halfback, used his speed in many games, scoring numerous long touchdowns runs. Pete was given recognition on the A11-M,P,L, Team. Senior Larry Smith167y did a fine job as of- fensive guard. Senior Ends Rick Wirgler 1895 and John Bohmker 1885 played both offense and defense for this year's team. Greg Woodard, Aragon's ver- satile quarterback. punted, passed, and kicked for the Don's. Greg was 3rd in the M.P.L. in pass completions. Fullback Mike Noce looks a little sad after being tackled by three Hillsdale men. High Flying guard Steve Trueblood did a yeo- man's job this year playing guard on offense and linebacker on de- fense. He was also elected co-captain by his fellow teammates. H9 Q-roa joofgaff ROW ONE: Left to Right, R. Cantalupo, T. Futterer, R. Larsen, THREE: B. Barnard, R. Elston, L. Baumann, K. Peuser, D. Harp, H. Godwin, B. Shane, B. Titus, M.K1eisath,R. Sullivan, Coach Tom S. Smith, B. Laurence. ROW FOUR: T. Moore, W. Marshall, T. Harney. ROW TWO: F. Fadelli, B. Coloquhoun, B. Allen, A. Horn, Baze, S. Ford. V. Crooks, R. Abrams, J. Ferris, J. Sebanc, P. Mayor. ROW Coach McKee talks over game strategy at half time. 12o This year's Freshman footballtearn gained much experience compiling a 3 win lloss 1 tie record. Commendable performances were turned in by Bruce Allen, Buddy Titus, Steve Ford, and Vince Crooks. Aragon runner skirts around left end for a touchdown against Crestmoor. I FOJ5' ounfry ' " N, ,W V K - 'K -e wi . ,- 'inqpav 4 FIRST ROW: Left to Right, B. Harvick, M. Young, F. Happich, P. Richardson, W. Ament, L. Conner, R. Gardner, L. Phillips, R. Rosen, B. Price, R. Louth, D. Edison. SECOND ROW: D. Fisher, J. Sweatt, D. Gensler, C. Reimers, T. Cantrell, M. J. Quintana, C. Biederman, J. Ballard. SIXTH ROW: M. Wood fMg'I'.,, B. Nelson, C. Cretan, D. Uttley, S. Scale, L. Juchert. FOURTH ROW: M. Umehara, L.Baumann, A. Keys, L, Gilmore, R. Humphreys, S. Canales, D. Roberts. FIFTH ROW: R. Gossett Graff, B. Robertson, N. Jolmson. THIRD ROW: P. O'Sul1lvan J. Mortenson. SEVENTH ROW: J. Adams. .- J.V. rimners break away at the start ofa race. Number 1 harrier Jim Adams is all alone as . f ' he leads a Varsity Cross Country race. This year's varsity cross countryteamcompiled an amiable J record of 8 wins, and 2 losses, placing 3rd in the league behind Hillsdale and Burlingame. Lead- ing runners for the varsity were Jim Adams , Jeff Mortenson, Mike Wood, Rich Gossett, Chuck Biederman and Jerry Quintana. The Frosh-Soph team also compiled a good 6 win-4 loss ik record for 5th place inthe league. Outstanding harriers were Steve Scale, Don Fisher, Bill Ament, and Doug Edison. Next year's Varsity team will be insured of avictorious season, with the return of all members, except three graduating Seniors who are: Jim Adams, Chuck Biederman, and Mike Wood. Uaraifg Zgarfefgaff LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Ed Diaz, Chris Nelson, Bob Allen, Doug Yee, John St. Peter, Barry Secrest, Mark Jorgensen, Bruce Silliman, Tox Pearson. Missing from picture are Lance Block., Bob Wells. and Bob Toschl. This year's Don Basketball team did wonders in compiling a 20 win, 4 loss season, highlighted by the whining of the newly formed Mid-Peninsula League Basketball Championship from arch-rival Hillsdale in the last game of the season. Coach Ed Diaz can be credited with leading the Aragon Five to the M.P.L. Championship and a 4th Place finish in the Peninsula Basketball Tournament. Because of this, Coach Diaz was named "Coach of the Year" by the Peninsula Sports Writers. Aragon had three members voted to the all M.P.L. first team: Mark Jorgenson was voted the "Most Valuable Player" in the M.P.L.. Although Mark did not lead the league in any one department,he was invaluable to Aragon's winning the M.P.L. Championship. His 18.1 points per game average was fourth in the league. He also rated in the top ten of the Field Goal and Free Throw Percentage. His outstanding floor-play and leadership also merited this award. In both games against Hillsdale, Mark scored the wixming basket. Six foot, nine inch Brice Pearson, 13.8 p.p.g., was another all M.P.L. player. Brice led the league in rebounds and field goal percentage. Brice's timely rebounds helped to win many games during the course of the year. Last but not least, Barry Secrest, 12.8 p.p.g., was elected to the First Team all M.P.L. Barry blossomed late in the year and gave Aragon the extra spark it needed to win the championship. Barry's season high was against Mills in which he scored 20 points and led the team to victory: for this Barry was voted "NORTHERN CALIFORNIA'S PLAYER OF THE WEEK". Filling out the starting lineup were Rick Wirgler and Lance Block and our 4+6 man, Chris Nelson. Wirgler and Block rebounded well through- out the whole season and scored well. Chris Nelson, Aragon's diminutive guard, was an excellent ball handler and aggressive floor leader. Sophomore Bob Toschi and Junior Bruce Sivils did an excellentjob inspellingthe first five, scoring and rebounding like regulars. Although Aragon will be losing the entire First String, an equally eventful season can be expected with the return of such reserves as Toschi, Sivils, Bob Wells, and Bruce Silliman. V 6Aampion5 ompana, Rick Wirgler, Bob Somerby, Brice TEAM MANAGERS: Rich Fathy, Mike Marquardt, Wayne Schrader. Mark Jorgensen "most valuable player" in M.P.L. !23 EVER X my :Q-, -- if" IKE 22? ,K .TH 5' Sw ,fx Q 3 ..1 if '1 4 ,f If We -,QF f ifbkf , Q f, 4 R .1 Y 44 Kb 1 K Q ' 2 f , v 1 o 0 M I M. 2: . A f.33f'A1 N3 fy, 1. fm 334-i5.f'f Wbgii N f v 'P , Q f .:f.- I ix . .5 4 'P g lv iowg f, , ' N .,.. 1 W .HW W.--V k .--. .. , :S X I xx fi: S,,,,, . .. if ',52i'f?-1. wt ' -' A f in-fic' f 1515- 'yf 1 N5 'N 5 .1 X L X XA R - , J J! , 0 , S ' fx A 1, Wx 1 N ,f ff . . b QL' 4 x Ji Qvf' ,I fp ,Q Wk LSZQ Q4 EQ? X fx w x 1 4, ,gf SJ Y 'S ZS 2 an S gi Mi? M 'H 2 Q? it Ri 'Q X F ww if 5 X 2 2525 V v X M Q 11 K 1 X Q 4 1 'RQ if 'Wm -fs1g9 l V... , , Y - A rf? 5 ix i J S3 i' ' . i? ' K .L I E .V h X 1 -1 , 1 A, . H ,N T? W GSW. qi we L2 555 if , is Q 1 55 fi if Jig - h W t 1 bd ff: ii, 1 " in ,VA x Qi ,f Z?MLefLJf BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right, G. Fracchia, P. Abrams, Manager. SECOND ROW: Coach Hank Warner, Bt Titus J. Pelzner, R. O'Nei1l, R. Allen, R. Kaefer, T. Baze, G. Anderson, B. Starrett, D. Edison, T.Gal1ager,S. Pearson JOEL PELZNER The "B" Basketball team, al- though not league champions, has experienced many exciting moments on the basketball court this season. Beating San Mateo after losing to them earlier, defeating Serra Junior Varsity, leading undefeated Hillsdale - the conference cham- pions - for three and a half periods in the final game, winning five non- league victories, and traveling with the Varsity champions--these are a few of the highlights for the "B's". Among the outstanding perform- ers this season was Joel Pelzner, senior, who proved to be a good leader and excellent competitor. Bill Starrett, junior, was a strong re- bounder while Bud Titus, the only freshman on the team, proved to be a scoring threat. Rick Allen, a consistent scorer, distinguished himself by his alert defensive play: steady, dependable Phil Abrams and driving Randy Kaef er also turned in outstanding jobs. RICK ALLEN Q-X W il fQ A KS N 1. 9 s Q K X. ' ix I- , 0 , F '-L' .. .xi X X , s W .J 25, t- l. Jil L5 'Af 5 S , -1 1 2 5 1...-, 1 4 H ,aw Q1 ,Q 5 35' Swv? ji A QQ 1. A 51 1 .,.,'i "X sg Q 5 : F r 1 'Ag - Iigm 1 wry! 5, A :E 1 ,f,:Q Si' wk E S3354 4 W an x P--V' ik?g.i,'.,,N C-Lwiq In 'l 1 1 , t ...:q W w, , 5 Xi I 3 fi? ww' sg Q, A fn SW i X X ! 2? Above: Rick Howard Right: Eddie Clarke ymnadfico As of press time, Aragon's contortion- ists were in contentionfor first place honors with arch rival Hillsdale. Injury to star gymnast Eddie Clarke may have hampered Coach Tay1or's plans to some extent, but such gymnasts as Ted Kacludis, Curt Mauroner, Rick Howard, and Al Rasmussen helped garner many victories for the Dons. Above: Curtis Mauroner FIRST ROW: Left to Right, R. Rontondo,B.Bonomo,J . Leth-Nissen, Elward, A. Rasmussen, B. Trautz, L. Howard, L. Tye. FOURTH F Capobianco, B. St. Clair, J. Dacus, G. Juchert, D. Schwerin, L. ROW: Coach Taylor, S. Langston, L. Flodihn, J. Barich, J Lefcourt, D. Desler. SECOND ROW: E. Curtis, D. Fife,J. Cassa, Darrenogue, J. Ice, B. Tocini, C. Cook, D. Heieck, D. Shoaf E Clarke, C. Mauroner, G. Queen, H. Heath,J. Marcus, V. Baglio, T. Brock. R Howard, B. Swickard. THIRD ROW: T. Daniels, R. Laws, D. 129 x... I li it fi? F4 !i'5?t , ,5 K fs.: "? 'Q 1 4'-wma. Senior vaulter Jack McLeskey just barely clears high height in the pole vault. Senior John Bohmker strains at the tape, finishing way ahead of the field in the high hurdles. Sop homor e "B" high-jumper Cliff Cretan goes up and over in the high jump pit. u- 4.4:--M Q v v, .X 5, R I K i . - .. K x - ' f 'K . o . 'ff , ,- l '-. 1- A . X . s,,1 , .,. Q RQ F? ' jk F lb J ' X6 1 .' -F. 'Ex Xa if-. - f , 1. 'S is V17 ennia FIRST ROW: Left to Right, C. Steiner, B. McCarty, C. Lange, B. D. Tomsky, E. Menges, S. Bingham, D. Wetmore, P. Kohlhas, D. Johnson, S. Rose, D. Kaefer, K. Levin, T. Fries, M. Kleisath, T. Hood, A. Bennett, T. Vadnais, L. MacDonald, R. Stevlck, Manager, Grant, D. Vrat, S. Anderson, F. Estes.SECOND ROW:B. Trudglan, P. Abrams, J. St.Peter, E. Schwartz, S. Feldstein. Phil Abrams and John St.Peter. Allen Bennett At the season's beginning, the tennis team proved itself a bright contender for the league championship. Captain Bill T1-udgian led a veteran squad to victory in all the springpraotice matches. Head Varsity singles players were: 4+1, Paul Kohlhasg 42, Ed Mengesg 43, Bill Trudgiang 4244, Allen Bennett: 4125, Phil Abrams. Leading doubles were: ill, John St.Peter and Dave Tomskyg 42, Doug Wetmore and Stan Bingham. Bill Trudgian, Captain 133 1 l 7Y FIRST ROW: B. Michelson, J. Esten, S. Canales, R. Figone, P. Munro. SECOND ROW: S. Ford, C. Hamako, R. Cort, D. Burnham, B. Allen, C. Daniels. THIRD ROW: B. Tomlin, L. Ide, D. Willmeroth, C. Mullmann, B. Harvick, P. Mayor, D. Connolly. - 1 IB4 wimming Uaraify FIRST ROW: V. Turchet, J. Hughes, F. Suechting, T. Tupper, T. Galbraith. SECOND ROW :D.Reeves, H. Sendach, L. Loomis, A. Barich, B. Moore. THIRD ROW: R. Leavy, P. Goldstein,J. Richardson, J. Lewis, B. Graham, B. Marshall. HC! 77 6 . FIRST ROW: J. Kirushkin, M. Cantor, J. Balsells, B. Price, J. Pancallo. SECOND ROW: R. Larsen, R. Grainger, J. Norris, R. Coker, B. Lawrence. THIRD ROW: LQ Phillips, M. Graff, B. Waters, M. Loy, B. Paul, J. Hardman, P. Richardson. This year's varsity swim team showed promise of bigger and better things for 1964. As of press time the record was 2-1-2 with two recent wins against Te a Nova and Carlmont. Aragon tied San Mateo 45-45 and lost to Menlo and San Carlos. Leading the team were Lloyd Loomis and Jerry Richardson in backstrokeg Alan Barich, Butterflyg John Hughes and Bob Moore, breastrokeg and free- stylers Frank Suechting, Ron Le avy and Tom Galbraith. The Don "B's" were at press time considered to have an excellent chance of capturing the "B" championship. In the persons of Bruce Allen and Randy Cort, Coach McKee had two of the finest "B" freestylers in the league. Bruce swam the 100 free and was destined to break Ted Stickles' old record. Randy swam the 200 free. In the breast stroke category, Aragon had the twobest inthe league, namely, Piers Monro and Dennis Willmeroth who were fighting it out for Individual honors. Other returning veterans who bolstered this years squad were free- stylers Bob Allen and Conrad Hamako: and Butter- flier Charlie Daniels. The "C" team though young and inexperienced in most aspects showed signs of improvement in each and every meet. Top mermen for Coach McKee were freestylers Jim Norris and Rick Coker and Mike Loy, who was one of the best breast strokers in the league. Above: Bob Graham and Ron Figone slice the ice. Left: Com'on, Hams, hit the water. Lower Right: Waiting for the gun, Don swimmers hold a tense pose lwith a smile.J Lower Left: Reach--for that split second. Ea 135 136 araify aaegaf ROW ONE: B. Silliman, C. Biederman, L. Hediger, M. Jorgensen, G. Rivera, G. Edison, Manager. ROW THREE: G. I-Iumphrey, S. J. Heller, J. Wiberg, T. Campagna, R. Wirgler, G. Woodard. ROW Trueblood, R. Mazzoncini, J. Sierra, M. McCann, C. Gruber, D. TWO: G. McFa11, Manager, C.Nelson,D.Santin,C. Ross, P. Lewis, Yee, R. Wilson, M. Denton. C 1.5 I. A if rod ' OP a J 8 G ROW ONE: M. Ka1liam,P.Windish,T.Futterer,M.Christopherson, J. O'Nei1, P. Dana, D. Zunick. ROW THREE: J. Peterson,B M. Young, W. Eagan, K. Stathes, D. Casagrande, M. Neilson, B. Cantalupo, L. Baumann, W. Devlncenzi, C. Ford, T. Wiener, T Barnard. ROW TWO: S. Pearson, Manager, J. Sanchez, V. Crooks, Gallager, H. Pearl, M. Trueblood. F. Bortolin, J. Lewis, R. Kaefer, D. O'Nei1, J. Okada, J. Norrbom, Right: Pete Lewis scoops the ball. Left: "Hank" Hediger winds up for the-pitch. Above: Rick Wirgler and Steve Trueblood walt for that curved ball. Right: Chuck Biederman slides into third. As of the spring sports deadline for the EL TESORO, the Don varsity horse- hiders had yet to play aleague game. But a promising season was to be expected by Coach Charles Polk, for he had lost not a single starter from last year's squad. Behind the plate were Glenn Rivera and "veteran" Rick Wirgler. Shar ing pitching duties were Greg Woodard, "Hank" Hediger, and Mike Denton. At first base was Jason Heller: at second base was Pete Lewis, Aragon's all-around great, who was all-league two years running. At shortstop was senior Mark Jorgensen, and at third base "hol1er guy" Chuck Biederman. Roaming the outfield pastures were Chris Nelson, Mike McCann, Rich Mazzoncini and Steve Trueblood. OFFICERS: President, John Bacon: Vice-President, Jim Adams: Secretary, Mark Jorgensong Treasurer, Bob Allen: Sergeant-ab arms, Larry Wells. The Block "A" is one of the most active groups at Aragon. This group is advised by Mr. Edward Diaz. One of the major social events of the year is the extremely successful "Grid Classic," sponsored by the Block "A." Block "A's" are awarded to boys according to letters earned in athletics. In order of ascending merit are Red, Black, White, and the Golden "A" Qgiven to the athlete who has lettered in nine seasonal teamsl. .Athletes who have already attained their White Block "A" as of September 1962 are: Mark Jorgenson, Lani Hediger and Chris Nelson. These athletes as well as others have a good chance of obtaining their Gold Block "A." 138 ROW ONE: Leftto Right,CoachDiaz, Nelson, Smith, Tobin, Caswell, Suggs, 'Paul Shimoff, Contreras, Ma, Conner, O'Niel, Trudgian, Ross, Noce, Pelzner, Casagrande, Chun, Eisenberg, Norris, Happich. ROW TWO: Mazzoncini, Tornsky, Cretan, Connaughton, Page , Hediger, Quintana, Sierra, Collins, Hamako, Esten, Canales,Hai1e, Loy, Umehara, Wilson, Reay, Gilmore, Abrams, Agnew, Schoch. ROW THREE: Pearson, Flodihn, Mauroner, C ooke, Coltart, Wetmore, Loomis, Siliman, St. Peter, Allen, Heieck, Yee, Bazell, Jones, Sendach, Gruber, Young, Jones, Caughlan, Cano, Pfeiffer ROW FOUR: Gaydos, Collins, Hardage, Hood, Beiderman, Keifer - 9 Wood, Woodard, Trueblood, Tagliamento, MCF all, Barich, Suechting, Carter, McCann, Hughes, Denton, Harvick, Trueblood. ROW FIVE Bacon, Wells, Bohmker, Somerby, Torkelson, Yaple, Williams, Fraccia, Fifield, Santin, Kenny, Ahlvin, Pawson,Rock1age,Graham, Ford, Drake, Swidan, Glidden, Epperson. girfo , porfa aI'l.Ce ROW ONE: Left to Right, L. Watanuki, P. Toniatti, A. Lonzarich. ROW TWO: G. Davis, S. Lazar, L. Jones, G. Harris, M. Willyerd, L. Behm, M. McGuire, H. Enslow, C. Papenhause. ROW THREE: L. Landon, E. Plessner, M. Lewis, L. Koetke, C. Strzclczyk, S. Gilmore. ROW FOUR: M. Broner, P. Williams, Miss Thompson, L. Forman, V. Gadd. .yoclfey ROW ONE: M. Brown, C. Eppes, J. Palmer, K. McMurdo, Kruttchnitt, D. Cantua, J. Kozak, C. Martin, S. Sullivan, K. Laustyak, S. Smith, K. Kovao, K. Hayden, G. Itakura, N. Duensing, P. Mattos, T. Brown, C. Cantua, K. Luke., J. Asbury. ROW TWO: M. Traugott, S. Dukes, D. Simms, ROW FOUR: D. Dyson, D. Bremer, D. McHugh, M. Enscoe, C. Allan, J. Hudson, B. Ostroff, B. Barnes, J. Allen, J. M. Stevens, M. Johnson, P. McCarthy, M. Maskevich. Meghinasso, P. Hanrahan. ROW THREE: Miss Peck, K. 139 f 1 WX ROW ONE: Left to Right, Miss Harrison, N. Slavick, L. 'Byers, S. McCool, R. Young, M. Hellman, C. Leavy, M. Dierkes, S. Stevens, B. Haney, C. Wiper, G. Esten, S. Robertson. ROW THREE: S. Welch, M. Avery, K. B. Geneck, L. Stewart, J. Royker, N. Welsh, N. Crozer, Stromholt, D. Burmiester, B. Mirch, K. DeVore, S. Leavy, P. McCarthy. ROW TWO: L, Cavanagh, S. Abrams, M. P. Tenny, R. Cane, C. Hutchings, L. Richter, P. Ralph, Teller, J. Englemen, B. Avery, C. Lindskog, M. Lewlcki, M. LeMay, P. Henry. 'YP1ease, Kathy, don't sneeze!" Girl gymnasts build a pyramid which probably won't last as long as those the pharaohs built. 140 ROW ONE: D. Bremer, J. Kovao, S. Smith, N. Crozer, K. Lanstyak, L. Eisenhart, C. Eppes, K. Kruttschnitt, J. Palmer, M. Traugott, N. Hettinger, N. Lanstyak. ROW TWO: J. Royker, K. McMurdo, D.Brambi11a,J'.Meghinasso, P. Tenney, P. Hayame, J. Hudson, K. Luke, J. Davis, S. Gillespie, N. Duenstng, R. Kaine. ROW THREE: Miss Peck, D. Hughes, J. Robertson, D. Toby, D. Dyson, M. Vengiesen, M. Barr, M. Stevens, C. Allen, M. Hellman, T. Brown, D. Dukes. its x 'Mfbwm Www Q f rx R . mg . K 1 sf 5 X W I 'll .QQSQSN 1--if W sn Nw XSS? N X 5 x N 'Q by-,: Sy E X 142 arlegaf ROW ONE: Left to Right, M. Johnson, S. Young, B. Avery , ROW TWO: B. Johnson, J. Davis, M. Feyling, J. Wolfe, G. Hardesty, J. Hudson, S. Fuller, M. Hettinger, K. Strawsburg, R. Torriello, H. Hewitt, J. Tallman, B. Kaliztki. ROW THREE: S. Gillespie, C. Greenstreet, K. Devore, M. Dierkes, L. Ferrler, E. Torriello, P. Hayame, A. Slavick, P. Tenney, M. Kalliam, C. Lindskog. ROW FOUR: J. Royker, N. Rosenberg, M. Enscoe, C. Westphal, G. MacDougal, S. Enslow, B. Mirch, P. Reed, S. Smith, K. McMu11do, L. Byers, M. Maskevich, K. Kovacs, D. Toby, J. Kozak, Miss Reese. Z?aclminfon ROW ONE: Left to Right, M. Krempity, L. Schwyhart, K. King, G. Brown, J. Allen, J. Ramen, R. Ferguson, J. Tiddes, L. Eisenhart, D. Brambrilla,J. Royker, R. Kane, S. Epperson. ROW TWO: J. Singleton, S. Hiate, B. Greenhill, C. Allen, B. Geneck, T. Brown, K. Lanstyak, M. Hornung, D. Dukes, N. Lanstyack, N. Cronar, S. Robinson, D. McHugh, Miss Peck. ennia ROW ONE: Left to Right, I-I. Hewitt, B. Jolmson, R. Ferguson, A. Contreras, J. Nowland. ROW THREE: D. Bra-mbilla, S. M. Murfee, K. Wollner, S. Pezolla, J. Geddes, P. Reed, C. Gillespie, M. Benton, P. Hayame, M. Van Glesen, S. Stacey, Lindskog, J. Wolfe. ROW TWO: C. Guerin, K. King, P. Doll, C. Imura. ROW FOUR: N. Lanstyak, A. Larson, J. Thorson, B. Greenhill, J. Jacobs, S. Schneider, K. Strawsburg, G. Brown, C. Bendotoff, J. Singleton, S. Hyatt, M. Fabris, G. MacDougal1. c V A Ai I? ,4 O - l If' . . . Lcerd Mo V J ,W WA ' i f W 9 l D L .91 if l E M J if Q, J' . - ,ls Membership in the Girls' Recreation Association is open to any girl of Aragon who holds a B average in P.E. The purpose of the organization is todevelop physical efficiency, to encourage an interest in athletic activities, to estab- lish good sportsmanship and the spirit of co-operation, to instill principles of teamwork and to maintain good relations with the other members of the G.R.A. Pat Hayame, Treasurerg Barbara Mirch, Vice-President: Norah Lanstyak, President: Sarah Welch, Secretary. 'EDITOR: Nancy Stenson - ORGANIZATIONS: Marni DeGraw, Carolyn Dowd FACULTY: Carol Leavy ACTIVITIES: Marilyn Bright SENIORS: Toni Aguiar BOYS SPORTS: John Hughes CLASSES: JoAnn Reed, Cathy Forman, Lynn Forman, Joan Pelzel GIRLS SPORTS: Jeanne Hesselberg BUSINESS MANAGER: Janis Hesselberg TYPIST: Daphne Mitchell PHOTOGRAPHY: Maryann McKay COPY: Laurie Buzan I Ween? .7 , K W X LX 50-77 YL ,Lick Awww Wyman? lui KF, yum I .' . . 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