Aragon High School - El Tesoro Yearbook (San Mateo, CA)
- Class of 1964
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Our Senior Class this year is the first to represent Aragon for a full four years. They have
contributed much to making Aragon the fine school that we know it to beg but we cannot rest on
their efforts-there is much yet to be done. We have had fine athletic teams. We have won
trophies for our student body spirit and sportsmanship. Our music and drama groups have de-
veloped into excellent performing organizations. However, we have yet to meet the real test of an
excellent school-how well have we prepared the graduates to succeed in their individual efforts
to find a place in our society? I am sure that if each one of, you develops your abilities to the
highest degree possible while here at Aragon, we will meet the test." -
Kenneth G. Allen
AUDRA LONGLEY HENRY THERKELSEN
Dean of Girls Dean of Boys
This is a vase, color it white. This is a cloth, color it blue. This is a teacher, color
Smile? l'm on what?
Housewives of the future?? Help!
If you insist upon sleeping, kindly refrain from snoring
All he needs is a bubble machine.
I've heard some dumb questions in my life, but
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Left to Right: Mrs. Henriksen, Mr. Peitinichi, Mrs. Rush
Left to right: Mrs. Godshcll, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Koch, Left to right: Mrs. Titus, Mrs. Gervasi, Mrs. Ahlvin, Mrs. Pollard,
Mrs. Glover, Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Salch, Mrs. Dalva, Mrs. Lamb, Mrs. Coppenbarger.
GARDENING STAFF CUSTODIANS
Left To right: Mr. Nevarez, Mr. Hubby, Mr. Gandolfi, Mr. Michelini,
Row 1: Mr. Nadwornick, Mr. Seiferr, Mrs. Salabert, Mr. Confinho
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Bob Graham-President, John Hughes-Vice President, Conrad Hamako-Secretary-Treasurer, Carolyn
BANK OF AMERICA FINALISTS
'. Bob Allen, Claudia Schieber, Diane Hancock, Rose Miram .
DIVISION WINNERS-BANK OF AMERICA
Linda Branson, Patti Aslanian.
Pete Tamulevnch, Jam McMahon, Judy Dell Osso, Tom Cameron, Sharon Snckney, Part
Barbara Sumrell, Ellen Plessner.
BETTY CROCKER AWARD
Mr. Dronsfield, Sue Holmes, Drove Breuer, Susan Tablczr, Ted Dumke
CSF LIFE MEMBERS
Patti Aslanion, Claudio Schieber, Sue Holmes, Irindcl Bronson, Geri Esfen
Diune Hancock, Bryan King, Jim McMahon.
Bon wants to live a successful life with Bob and
enioys basketweaving and skydiving.
SUSAN AB RAMS
Carol, a member of A.G.A. Hospitality Com-
mittee, Future Teachers, French Club, and Thes-
ians, wants to travel. "Cranberry and blue go
Lee, a member of the Order Commission, likes
basketball and the piano and wants to become
an architect or an engineer.
Patti's activities include C.S.F., Future Teachers
Club, Orchestra, and Spanish Club. Hobbies:
bowling and tennis. Says: "I'lI do .it tomorrow."
Bracey, who is a member of G.R.A. and Latin
Club, wants to travel.
"Angel", a member of varsity football, wrestling,
swimming, and Order Commission, wants to be
Cristy's favorite school activity is sixth period
P.E. Her hobby is collecting ash trays from pizza
Bob's activities include football, basketball,
swimming, and student government. His ambition
is to be known for something other than being
"Stan", whose prize ambition is to graduate,
likes basketball and takes to water.
Terry Jo, who was a member of the Art
Commission and the French Club, likes folk
music, iazz, and enjoys playing the guitar.
"Andy" spends most of his time wasting time.
His favorite quote is "Nothing great was ever
achieved without enthusiasm"-R.W.E.
"Bucky" wants to make the last and final pay-
ment on his car. He is on the Rally Commission
and in Los Reyes Hi-Y.
"Dionisio" enioys basketball, soccer, and swim-
ming. His prize ambition is to graduate.
"Barry's" ambition is to be an educated bum. He
says, "Curb your tongue, knave," and you'll find
him wherever surf's up.
Diana wants to see her country, Cuba, free. She
likes to read and wants to go to college and
travel. She often says, "Andal Te pasa' tel"
"Maggie" likes dancing, reading, and sporting
activities. Her ambition is "to go back to Cuba."
"Marv, a member of the football and track
teams, likes to spend his spare time with Mr.
Dransfield and Mr. Dunstan.
"Bo" is a member of the cross-country team and
is planning to start a wart farm.
Diane's favorite saying is "Even", Hobbies:
dancing, Tri-Y, people watching. Favorite Pas-
time: crunching potato chipsl Ambition, to go
Al, who enioys skiing, hunting, swimming, and
walking his clog, Elvi, wants to teach Mr. McKee
how to swim.
Carol, a member of "Hooters" Tri-Y enioys the
"Y" and skiing at Clear Lake. She often says
"Little boy blue, where are you?"
"Fuzzy" was A.G.A. President, head maiorette,
Rally and Art Commission. She likes surfing and
parties and she often says, "you're kiddingl"
DIANE BERNARD '
Diane, a member of the Madrigals and A Cap-
pella, wants to help Larry get his songs pub-
lished. She says, "What's wrong now!"
"Ornette", who plans to get more jazz records,
can be heard saying, "Yes and no" and
"Romance without finance is a nuisance."
"Smily" likes Modern Dance class and her
ambition is to have a '64 Chevy ll. Her favorite
sayings: "You're too coal" and "What's your
Ken's ambition is to see E.G. get a Chevy. His
favorite saying is "Maverick."
Tom enioys surfing and usually can be found
around "P.T.", trying to cut off Doug Wetmore's
DANNETTE BONI N
"Muscles", active in basketball, and A Cappella
Choir, plays the guitar and sings, He hopes
someday to have his songs published. He says,
"How about thatl"
"Bo" is active in varsity tennis. He says, "Don't
trouble trouble, for if you trouble trouble, trouble
will trouble you."
Bob, wha wants to be an industrial engineer,
likes to say, "We've got trouble right here in
David, a member of the Thespian Society has
participated in Spring and Fall sports and is a
memberiof the Block
Gail was Junior Prom Queen and varsity Pom-
Pon girl. She wants "To always be a gruesomer
AIice's goal is to be successful in her work. Her
favorite school activities include football and
basketball games. She plans to maior in business.
Di, who enioys painting, hopes to have enough
erasers when she has to start erasing Scottie
Rules from everything.
Tom, who hopes to teach at Aragon, believes
that there are no great men, only great chal-
lenges which everyday people can overcome.
Tony played in Varsity Basketball and baseball,
was active in the band, and was a member of
Los Reyes Hi-Y. He often said, 'M-m-m-goodl'
LAU RE CAMPBELL
Dave, an active member of International Rela-
tions and AFS, hopes to have one extended
Bill, an active member of the Executive Board,
Latin Club, Drama, Order Commission, and SSS,
wants to become an M.D.
"Max", rally commissioner, Junior Class Council,
and an active member of the Executive Board,
wants to teach D.B. ballet.
Sherry is a member of the A Cappella and the
secretary of the Los Amandes Tri-Y. She hopes
to one day win over the big
CAROL BRYANT '
Carol is active in Madrigals and enioys writing
short stories. Her favorite quotation: "Hey, big
"Haley's" ambition is to put more laughter and
love into the hearts of others. Favorite quotation:
"God knows I tried."
Diane, a representative of the Tri-Y, likes modern
dance and dances at the "Y" on Friday nights.
Her ambition is to be a successful secretary.
Don won't forget Aragon's inspiring faculty, bel-
Iigerent administration, and hypocritical students
-Favorite philosophy: "Da unto others before
they do unto you."
Linda, a member of the Amatos Tri-Y and G.R.A.,
tries to get to class on time. "How does that
Tom's ambition is to be successful and travel. His
hobbies are airplanes, motorcycles, and travel.
MARCIA DARONE I
"Orange" was a transfer student to Aragon in
her Junior year. She plans to attend cosmetology
school after graduation.
Jane is in G.R.A. and loves hockey and working
on the switchboard. She hopes to learn how to
drive a TR3.
Art Commissioner and a member of the "Hoot-
ers". Is usually playing "hide and seek" with a
certain teacher. Judy's ambition is to keep
baking cookies for Fred.
Jan's favorite activities are badminton and
modern dance. She hopes to become better
acquainted with a certain sailor. Favorite saying:
"What's your story?"
I enjoy going to parties on Saturday nights and
then getting thrown through windows on Mon-
Jack, a member ofthe basketball and gymnastics
team, also is a member of the Rangers and
hopes someday to be a sports coach.
Kathie, who wants to make it to San Jose,
says "Oh, Smithl"
Jon prides himself as being iust wonderful.
Favorite pastime, important only to those con-
cerned, Favorite saying ..... .?
Rich's ambition is to own a "LT special", he
hopes that "stretch" keeps her catch.
Michele, who was a J.V. cheerleader and a
member of the Rally Commission and French
Club, wants more than anything to get a love
letter from Chris .l.
Sue enioys Rally Commission, Hooters, her par-
ties, Jim, C.O.T.Y., and the She wants
happiness for all her friends.
CaroIyn's main contribution to Aragon was co-
editing the I964 El Tesoro. Her goal is to fulfill
her responsibility toward society.
Lynne's ambition is to go to college. She enioys
swimming and water skiing. Her favorite expres-
sion is "Oh, really?"
Helene, Varsity Pom-pon girl, and senior class
council, enioys flirting and wants to find Frankie
and Johnny for Mr. Fisher.
Donna wants to be a teacher and will never give
her students term papers. She relishes saying,
"I'Il do it tomorrow."
Ted, a member of International Relations and
A.F.S., would like to be a real elephant more
MICHAEL DU NSTAN
Donna, member of the A Cappella and a former
member af F.T.A., is in G.R.A. Her ambition is
to become a Spanish teacher.
"Ed's" activities include the Order Commission,
thetAristocrat staff, and the baseball team. He
likes baseball, ice skating, and saying "Sparse."
Linda wants to be a marriage counselor and
enjoys painting. "All philosophical questions are
either irrelevant, answered, or unanswerable.
Eugene wants to tell a certain group that
Chevs don't go and to see Mr. Ruppel give
a lecture without interruptions.
GERI ESTEN .
Geri enioyed advanced drama and the drag:
Bilsky Bunch. She wants to find her real ghost,
one with charm and flavor.
Known by the elite group as "Bawwabba, the
human Brillo pad," Jim is found among girls.
He hopes to be "the great bushy leader."
"Jetstream" has been a member of the Block
A Society for three years and on the varsity
football team. He is a master at elephant iokes.
Randy has been a member of the track, swim-
ming and cross-country teams, and got his block
in cross country.
Carol enioyed being in "A" G.R.A., Pep Club,
and A.G.A. Hospitality Committee, and wants to
become a Court Reporter and says, "You Ding
Mary is extremely interested in art and later
plans to go into advertising. She says: ,"lf we
could only see ourselves as others see us."
LAWRENCE G. FIELDS
"L.G." wants to travel abroad with a certain
someone. He enioys outdoor life, sports, and
observing people. His favorite word is "ICCLE".
Sue wants to become a teacher and make the
poor little kids suffer. She says, "Shootl Bangl
Lyle, active in baseball and track, wants "to skin
a cat." His hobby is driving through Shoreview.
Favorite saying: "Forget it."
Leroy says, When a person has a chip on his
shoulder, it always tells you there's wood higher
Sue, whose ambition is "To enioy life and to
help others", is active in Band, modern dance,
Larry's activities include track and auto. He
enioys working for George and is heard saying
"Give me o break".
Diane was A.A.A. treasurer and president, a
Spanish Club member, and a varsity cheerleader:
she wants "to always be a gruesamer at
Rich would like to help Smokey the Bear put
out forest fires. He is usually found with Sarah.
Rich enioys wailing on his sax, playing in
sports, and giving teachers a bad time.
Shirley enjoys playing the guitar above all other
things. Her ambition is to finish school and make
something of her life.
Bob, on active athlete and Senior class president,
hopes to keep all the friends he has made in
"Useless" enioys riding his Honda in search of
a useful purpose in life.
Sue's most prized ambition is to "travel abroad".
Her hobbies include cooking, listening to L.P.'s,
or attempting anything new and adventurous.
Shelia, a member of A.G.A. Finance Committee
and the "Y", wants to get through college. She
always says, "Be quiet, Carol."
"Full of high sentence, but a bit obtuse, Some-
times, indeed, almost ridiculous, Almost, at times,
the foal." Ambition, Sincerity, self discovery.
Steve wants to see the clam strike gold. He
belongs to Los Reyes, and often says "Hey' Uhl"
Fred's ambition is to own obsolete Ford parts and
build a model "A" that punches third gear
Joan enioys senior homemaking, dancing, model-
ing, and psychoanalysis. She's found doing the
right thing and awaiting letters from her senator.
"Penny", a member of the Tri "Y", Pep Club,
and Dance Commission, wants to see the world.
"Grube", an ardent baseball, football, and bas-
ketball player, also enioys bowling and billiards
and hopes to become a nuclear physicist.
"Rose-bud" spends her extra time talking on the
phone and trying to get 'skinny'
Gus is a member of the order commission and
hopes to own his own business, to obtain all of
his desires, and be king of his domain.
Mike, a member ofthe dance band, Rangers, and
Naval Reserve, enioys his favorite pastime of
conquering the Coast Highway by motorcycle.
Jr. Class President and Vice President, Senior
Class Treasurer, swimming team, Latin Club,
Block A. Ambition: To overcome all insecurity.
Diane, Girls' State representative and an A.F.S.
finalist, plans a career in science and is most
often found laughing at almost anything.
"Little Jimmy Harris", an active member of
student gov't, wants to understand certain lower
classmen and keep his friends out of trouble.
Bill likes girls, cars, and sports. His ambition is
to finish college and make 1,000 grand.
Terry, a member of the Elections Commission,
French Club, and the Student Council, wants to
be taller than her sister Leslie.
"Peanut" likes diction classes with J. Winters
and hopes one day to be eye level with the
Jolly Green Giant.
"Rosebud" enioys all activities, and this includes
"looking for 'No Left Turn' signs while visiting
a certain someone."
"Dream Lover", who wants to be rich and
famous, enioys driving and meeting girls at par-
ties. He says, "You'd better know it."
Val's hobbies are her horses and water sports.
Her ambition is to do well in everything she
Jay, a letterman, has participated in all varsity
sports and enioys surfing, water skiing, and
horses. He wants to have a dog named Donald.
Bruce's favorite activity is playing basketball
with Jake. He is always heard telling Gene that
Fords don't go. Future Ambition: "To own a
"Nine" would like to live in Europe for a year
Merry wants to graduate and then become the
owner of an Afghan and Collie Kennel.
"Tiger", who wants a guitar, enioys parties and
dancing. Her favorite saying is, "Are you a man
or a mouse? Come on, squeak upI"
Kirsta . . slumber parties . . .March l, '63
. . . Cruz . . . "Don't cry, Kathie" ...The Whirlies
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Kit, who wants to study education at San Jose
State, says "Good, Abe, good-That's very good
for a boy your age."
LA RHEA JONES
La Rhea enioys asking Mrs. Studebaker questions
and wants to have a successful life with a special
some one. Favorite quotation" 'Tevie, guess what
I got?-Cold handsl"
Dennis' main ambition in life seems to be to own
the twin "Vette" of B. Hellman and to see G.E.
own a Chevy.
Gail, a member of the Elections Commission,
Student Council, "Y", and Yearbook, hopes to
go into medicine someday.
John has been a member of the wrestling and
Bob, has served on several school groups and
was Silver Sword Co-Commissioner. He enjoys
the Rebels "Y", music, and sports cars.
Jerri, a member of A.G.A, finance, hospitality
committee, Future Teachers, and Student Council,
loves to dance and hunt for boys.
Ted, who has been a member 'of the gymnastics
team for four years, plans to go to auto mechan-
Dick, whose favorite saying is, "What's your
story?", spends his time trying to get "Donna"
back from her parents.
"Mongo" likes sneaking out the car and wants
to be like the big kids.
Roberta wants to spend the rest of her life
traveling around the world, often says, "Will
you please let go of Bunny's toil, Sheila?"
"Dr. Kildare"-founder, president of Science
Club, Toyanaka Commissioner, M.P.L. delegate,
Jr. statesman. Hobbies: swimming, boating,
medical research, Ambition: Dedicated M.D.
JULIE KONYN .
Julie, a member of Future Teachers Club and
A Cappella, can be heard saying, "Where's
Barb?" Her ambition is to continue school.
"Lolly", the president of the Las Phantasmas
Tri-Y, can be found at "Bigs" with Pera and all
the "little women."
Linda, secretary of Anatas "Y" and drum
maiorette, likes to design clothes. Her prized
ambition is to be a successful adventuress.
Kathleen spends much of her time listening to
Diane's problems. She hopes some day to get a
certain male to "give her a breakl"
Bryan, "Foreign Exchange Student" from Illinois,
was active in National Thespians, Better Govern-
ment Commission, and Speech Club.
Judy likes horses, and her most prized ambition
is to own a ranch in Wyoming.
LEE KLINGLER N A
Kitten", who wants to raise horses, likes gym-
nastics. Her favorite saying is, "Don't do any-"
thing l'd do."
Pauly who is active in Better Gov't., Medical
Careers, M.P.L., wants joys added, sorrows
subtracted, friends multiplied, and Wayne un-
Kitty wants to keep her distinctive laugh and to
stay happy. She's usually seen with Sharon,
often says, "I don't believe itI"
"Leav" twice President of Los Amandes Tri'Y,
would like "to make the most out of life."
Carol's ambitions are to remain idealistic, to
cultivate an inquisitive and disciplined mind, and
always to pursue her convictions through con-
Bill, a member of the Varsity Basketball and
Baseball teams, wants to be a doctor.
"Maddy" belonged to the A.G.A. Hospitality
Committee. She wants to see L.C. grow purple
orchids on the Cal campus.
Bruce, who wants to go to CSM for two years,
enioys drama. He says, "Join the unswitchables
Steve plans to go to college to study forestry.
He is a three year gymnastic team participant,
and enioys skiing and surfing.
Kathy has been A.G.A. President, and a Varsity
Cheerleader. Her hobbies include art, and help-
ing Judy hide from a certain teacher.
ADRIAN LA ROSA
Pam's most prized ambition is to teach Lolly
how to drive in a sane manner. Her favorite
saying is, "You stupid."
A member of the Madrigals and a maiorette,
Renee's goal is to become a teacher. "Never do
today what you can put off until tomorrow."
Jim, who enioys swimming, wrestling, water
skiing, sys, "that ain't no big thing."
"Louie, Louie", wants to become a P.F.C. in the
Marines and always can be heard 'saying, "Say,
man, how you doing?"
Marysue, A.G.A. Representative, Better Govern-
ment Commissioner, class councils, wants to have
people believe her. Her favorite saying: "Well,
Phoebe is usually found playing her guitar at
DRI. She hopes to marry D.D. someday. Her
favorite saying: "He's darling."
"Schate", a member of the Student Council,
A.G.A., Elections Commission and Tri-Y, enioys
horseback riding and swimming.
Frank likes gymnastics and hopes to go to
college near the ocean so he can go surfing.
Mike's ambitions are to take Lisa on that
totally different date and not to be "bratty"
Favorite quotation, "Jump on it."
"Toothless", student body Vice-President, a
member of the Silver Sword Society, Order Com-
mission and Senior Council, often says, "Be
Adrian's ambition is "to go back home."
"Ivan" was Student Body Vice-President, on
Varsity football and swim teams, C.S.F., and
Silver Sword. His favorite saying is "Don't
worry, flip it off,"
Vance's ambition is to settle for a '57 Pontiac
and plenty of free time. Favorite saying, "Don't
cut what you can't hack."
Larry, who plans to be an architect, was the
I964 yearbook photographer, a competition
skier and a fiend for soccer and photography.
Jerry, whose hobby is surfing, wants to pass the
entrance exam at C.S.M. His favorite school
activity is Brunch.
'Sue," one time manager of the Aragon Student
Store, enjoys sixth period modern dance and
wants to live a good life and make others
Glor's activities include A Cappella, Pep Club,
and Student Council. Her ambition: To bel or not
to be at all. She says, "Get serious."
MaryAnn, a member of the Medical Careers and
G.R.A., wants to get that iob at Oakland Army
Terminal. She can be heard saying "No Kiddinl"
Gloria's activities include attending races and
collecting abstract art. Her ambition is to become
a world famous hair stylist.
Karen, a member of Medical Careers and Pep
Club, wants to get that iob at Oakland Army
Terminal. Her favorite saying: "l need help,
"Ma", a member of the wrestling and track
teams, hopes to grow at least six inches so
he'Il be tall enough to see the world.
"Rice Paddy", a member of A Cappella and
Student Government, spends his spare brunches
crying, "Get your' fresh doughnuts-only I0
Besides skiing Peter's next favorite activity is
thinking about the Burgermeister tree he hopes
to grow in his backyard.
JO ANN MATHIS
Mike, who enioys plays, is a member of the
Thespian Society and spends much of his spare
Julie's most- prized ambition is to succeed in
"Mazz" has been in Latin Club, Block A,
and varsity football and baseball. His favorite
quote is: "E Pluribus Unum."
SH ERI MCCAMAN
Mike has participated in Varsity football and
baseball. He hopes to become an electronics
Jim, a member of the Order Commission, enioys
working on old cars and wants to become a
millionaire before 35. Favorite saying: "You
can't win 'em all!"
Marilyn, whose favorite school activity is J.P.
with J.R. at H.M.B., likes slumbering at K.J.'s
and B.M.'s while saying, "Let's really hear itl"
Maryann was co-editor of the 1964 EI Tesoro.
Activities: Election Commission, Hospitality Com-
mittee, Spanish Club, and F.T.A. Favorite quo-
tation: "Hope though, and Love."
"J" wants to hitch hike to Europe with Snorge
and JoJo. She loves the Gaslite and motorcycles.
Favorite saying, "l'm not proud."
Wayne's ambition is to become an engineer
and make a lot of money.
Bob, whose hobby is surfing, wants to live in
Australia. He always says, "Made in Japan."
Frank wants to tell a round little bum that Fords
don't go and see Mr. Ruppel go one period
without giving money.
"Mark" wants to get an apartment when she
graduates and to have a lot of fun when she's
Van, who participated in golf and football,
hopes to make the tour. His favorite expression
is "God knows l try!"
Chrys is a member of Pep Club, Art Commission
and the Y, and hopes to be a dental nurse.
. . . . Tevie. . . Swimming on winter mornings
. . . To be successful in the business world . . .
Hobby-a special girl.-"Oh no, you don'tl"
"Dimples" would like to get a certain Mr. C's
shoulder to cry on and come up laughing again.
Barb, a member of the Anatos Tri-Y, wants to go
to Hawaii with P.G., and D.B. She wants people
to stop asking her if her hair is tinted.
"Susie-Q", a member of Rally Commission and
Better Government, hopes to get what she wants
iust once. She often can be heard saying, "I give
Bob's ambition is to stay on a B.S.A. 650 all
the way up a hill. His hobbies include motor-
cycles and girls.
Len, who participated in Frosh football and
baseball and order commission, dreams of going
to Reno and gambling legally.
"Mike's" most prized ambition is to get the
Hillman running. His favorite expression is,
"Oh, no, here she comesl"
Marla's favorite pastimes include visiting her
married girl friend, writing to her serviceman,
ond going to school plays.
"Som" says, "l did it on purpose." She wants
to see Cleopatra before Kathie does and is
trying to get Miss Thompson to let her bangs
"Susie", a member of J.A. and Y.W.C.A., wants
to be a veterinarian and is always saying, "Tell
me another funny storyI"
"Snagglepuss" wants to work for Campus Cru-
sades and can always be heard saying, "Prune-
"Hover" enioys sports and talking to a certain
girl on the phone. His ambition is to see Barbara
hook Rich. "Poor devil, he don't knowl"
Ellen's ambition is to see Judy graduate in
June.:,Her favorite saying: "This is true too."
Robbie, a member of the stamp club, hopes some
lucky day to get black contact lenses.
Gary, active in Madrigals, says, "Should a man
be caught in this net of conformity, he should
not forget that he is still a man."
Rosalie participated in Thespians, S.G. Com-
mission, and Executive Board, She wants to make
cl "quadri" at S.J. with J.J., K.B., and B.H.
SHARON RICHMOND I
Sharon, a member of the Spanish Club, Sophisti-
cates Tri-Y and other activities, would like
to figure out what Mr. Price is saying.
Judy's favorite saying is, "Look forthe bad in
people, and you will surely find it."
Jim likes football and reading. His favorite
quote is: "Later, Charlie."
Jerry's favorite adjectives are: spectacular, tre-
mendous, magnificent, remarkable, extraordinary,
grjat, grand, outstanding, excellent, and splen-
"The Kiddess", Grid Queen, Sophomore Class
Treasurer, Junior Class Vice President wants "to
always be a gruesomer at heart."
Joanie has lived and received her education
throughout the U.S. Her ambition is to be suc-
"Red", who can be heard saying, "OH yeah?",
enioys Brunch and going to S.S.F. and wants
Penny enioys traveling, tennis and saying, "Ask
not what your country can do for you, but what
together we can do for our country."
Bev, member of Spanish Club, Future Teachers,
Honors Commission, Election Commission, A.G.A.,
wants to drive through S.F. without getting lost.
Jerry, who was active in student gov't and
sports, says' "Take it easy, on second thought,
take it any way you can get it."
"Shorty" wishes to become a nurse and to live
in Europe. Her favorite quotation is: "To thine
own self be true."
Linda, president of Anates Tri-Y, wants to marry
"Eddie Baby". She is most often seen with
"Big Al" wants to figure out what he wants
to be when he grows up. He has participated in
football' and track.
"Rock" has been a varsity football player, a
varsity wrestler, a member of the student coun-
cil, order commission, Hi-Y, Block A, and the
Tony hopes to make art his life's work, but is
determined to do well in any field he enters.
Carol, seen most often at James' house, hopes
September will hurry and come. Her favorite
saying is: "I can't stand it."
Chuck wants to be a mechanic and marry a.girl
by the name of Mary. In addition, he wants to
have the fastest '57 Pontiac.
Paul who was the yearbook photographer for
two years "wants to be an electronic engineer."
"Royk", who participates in after school sports,
has no definite plans for the future and likes
to say, "the gooflthe goof."
"Peanut" wants someday to become a profes-
sional roller skater and can aways be heard
saying, "Good morning."
"Romeo", member of the varsity baseball team,
wants to go to Tiiuana and watch the Jai Alai
Ron says, "I hope this education is good for
Claudia wishes to enter the field of music and
quotes, "lt is vain to expand a thing beyond
its iust proportions." '
Lolly, a member of the Madrigals, wants to
have a successful Chinese Firedrill. Her favorite
quotation is "Your brights are on."
ROY SCH REU DERS
Ann likes basketball, the clarinet, bowling, "A
smile is like a lighted window, it always shows
there's somebody home."
Bevie, whose favorite activities are lunch and
brunch, would like to enter her Nash in a
destruction derby. She enioys submarine races.
"Boozie" was active on the '6l Aristocrat
Staff, a J.V. and Varsity Cheerleader and mem-
ber of the Better Government Commission. Her
hobby: rabbit raisin'.
AMY LEE SALZMAN
Am'l wants to qualify for membership on the
"Sunken Heights" can kicking team.
Bill, better known as "Tweedy", dislikes girls
and dancing, wants to spend one day in gym
without being sent out.
"Beaver" has been Chief Justice, an Executive
Board Member, on the track team, head of the
Order Commission and a Hi-Y member.
"Shortie" enjoys waterskiing, working on the
yearbook and newspaper, and hopes one day
to be five feet tall.
Di, wants to have, her father let her get her
driver's license. She is often found saying, "l
didn't do it."
DONNA ALLENE SMITH
Donna's activities include orchestra, Spanish Club
and C.S.F. Her interests are classical music,
amateur acting, and nature study.
"Lizzie B." has a desire to get her driver's
license. Her hobbies include guitar playing and
Jim, who wants to be a lawyer and have Sue
for the rest of his life, enioys saying "Sorry
Rod, besides playing basketball, going water-
skiing, and watching football games, devotes
his time to keeping lower classmen off senior
Shelly is a member of Thespians and Sophisti-
Cates Tri-Y, She would like to drain the oceans
and go exploring.
John is a member of the Block A and Varsity
Baseball. He would like to visit Rena's Coffee
Bruce took part in Student Council, Block A,
the .Order Commission and Varsity basketball.
"He wants to Barnstorm with the Harlem Globe-
"Mar" enioys lunch most of all. Her hobby is
devouring candy, and she can be heard saying,
"Cleo", who likes spending other people's
money, can be heard saying, "l'll think about
"Fuzzy", who'wants to be Miss America of
1999, enioys making miniature football centers
in her lab.
"Speedy" likes football, track, and cars. His
favorite saying is, "l like that'.'
Bill, a member of Los Reyes "Y", wants to see
D.W. play "Bonanza", desires riches and all
that riches can buy.
Tim has been active in baseball, track, and
Black A, and enioys cycles and riots. He hopes
to become an architect.
BARBARA SUMRELL .
"My ambition is to be a success in all that I
do. . .Well, at least in a couple of things."
JAMES ST. CLAIR
Jim, who likes surfing and dancing at the "Y",
wants to find a place to live other than Shore-
view, the land of the rich.
Tom's favorite activities are football, wrestling,
and driving sports cars, His ambition is to be a
pro football half-back.
Merrill would like to become a teacher and
enioys reading and collecting E.P. albums.
"Guess what happened to my car over the
Bill is a member of the stamp club and Better
Government Commission. His ambition is to
make two million as o carpenter.
Sharon, a member of A Cappella and Modrigals,
wants to be an elementary teacher. She enjoys
singing and dancing. Favorite saying: "lt was
Marsha, a member of the "Y", G.R.A., and the
Student Council, wants to be a medical technolo-
Chris likes going to dances and wants to marry
the guy with blond hair. She says, "Precious
metals are found in the dirt." '
Frank, a member of the Rangers, wants to go
to Alaska this summer for work and play.
"Libby's" ambition is to reserve a seat in the
human passing parade, although her favorite
hobby is observing people.
Donna, who likes the Y.M.C.A. and formal
school dances, wants to become an elementary
school teacher. Her favorite expression is: "Forget
Margaret, Vice President of her Tri-Y, likes
chorus, gymnastics, and dancing. She goes to
the "Y" Friday nights and someday hopes to
"Ty", a member of the Order Commission, Thes-
pians Society, Varsity swimming team, and
Kamehamhas Hi-Y, promises "to keep a date
on July I7, 2025.
Mike was a member of Kamehameha Hi-Y and
the Order Commission, and was active in sports.
In the future he hopes to make something of
"Tag", as everyone knows him, has made his
name as a member of the varsity basketball and
Linda's activities include drama and the Future
Teacher's Club. She spends most of her time with
a church group and loves good music.
Dave has participated in varsity tennis, Madri-
gals, A Cappella, and Latin Club. He is planning
a career in law.
Pat likes sleeping at the beach and wants to
return to Balboa and M.M.
Dick wants to be a successful and happy
bachelor. He can often be heard saying "What
was the government test like?"
Doug, who wants to know the story of Folkstone
and to see Mike Lemon iump an it, can be
heard saying "L.D.L,"
"Lips" spends his spare time hunting, fishing,
playing football, or playing baseball.
"Jake" whose hobby is people watching is
heard saying "Wait a minute Nona, let me say
somethingI" Favorite school activity-analyzing
"A Soda Pop Guzzler", as she is known, wants
to out drink Cheri, Kelly, and George in soda
pops. She says, "Why sureI"
"Wee Willie", a member of Order Commission,
is forever saying, "O.K., l'll get a haircut-
"Louie" hopes to graduate and also to help
keep "Venture's brain on the right track."
"Charlie" enioys most of all "outraging R.G.R."
Her ambition is to exist in a world that con-
siders existence obsolete.
Vance, whose main interest is drama, says, "l
hope that everyone receives and understands
the true meaning of life, love, happiness, and
God . .
"Big Furry No. 1" wants to do the things nobody
else knows how to do, and says, "You're puttin'
Sherri, who would like to play centerfield for
the 49'ers, enioys playing pool on her pool ta-
ble. She is active in drama.
"Cat", member of the Yearbook Staff '63, wants
to have a nursing career and plans to become
Mrs. S.J.P. in 1967.
Jon, whose desire is. to see the world as it is,
has enioyed participating in tennis, track, and
yearbook publications since his freshman year.
"Swivels" ambition after marrying M.F., is to
own "Besto's and run it the way it should be
Kathy's ambition is for Steve and her not to be
like the poem - "To have and too old." Her
favorite quote is "Where's Steve?"
Barbara spends most of her time working and
keeping a certain someone happy. She wishes
everyone good luck and good health.
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With grace to win, with heart to hold,
With shining gifts that took all eyes.
Carolyn Cantua and Don Masuda
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Marilyn McGuire and Bob Graham
Barbara Mirch and Conrad Hamako
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Couple of the' Year
Sue Doherty and Jim Smith
Most Likely to Succeed
Diane Hancock ond Bob Allen
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and the mice.
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Bob Somerby, Vice President
Louro Wcxfonuki, Secrefclry
Ma rgoref Trougofr, Treasurer
Bryon King, President
Don Mcisudo, Vice President
Dennis Sheehan, Chief Justice
John Hughes, Secretci ry
FALL EXECUTIVE BOARD
The Executive Board in-
terprets the Aragon High
School Constitution., The
Board consists of the Student
Body Officers, Commission-
ers, and an appointed and
elected representative from
the Senior, Junior, Sopho-
more, and Freshman Class.
The Executive Board receives
and considers legislation for
Student Council every Tues-
day morning at 7:30. Char-
ters for all clubs and organ-
izations are also issued by
the Board, since it is their
duty to execute the neces-
sary business for proper
functioning of Student
Row 1: M. Broner, M. McGuire, L. Watanuki, M. Lewis, P. Hanrahan. Row 2: B. Somerby, B. Allen,
B. McCarty, L. Blatteis, D. Masuda, C. Cantua, M. Eisenberg. Row 3: S. Robertson, B. King, T. Cameron,
G. Pelzner, B. Briggs.
FALL STUDENT COUNCIL
Row 1: P. Siebut, D. Fife, B. Jacobs, L. Wotanuki, J. Norris, L. Schutte
D. Masuda, M. Enstein, P. Shimoff, K. Croxford, M. Lewis, K. Suppe
G. Drzewiecki, J. Jacobs, T. Alter, P. Stark, J. Heskes, C. Bennett, D
Langley. Row 2: V. Graham, D. Sheehan, B. Allen, R. Larson, W.
Lerios, R. Kaefer, D. Orwitz, S. Rose, L. Blatteis, C. Cantua, C. Wirgler,
P. Abraham, S. Colquhoun, L. Cantor, S. Richmond, G. Lew, Y. Gar
rett, S. Pezzola. Row 3: B. Briggs, B. King, G. Pelzner, R. Mitchell,
T. Daniels, D. Burmeister, M. Traugott, C. Lindskog, S. Granzin, P.
Linden, P. Fanucci, B. Barnes, C. Buetow. Row 4: D. West, B. Sillimon,
K. Vogel, B. Pfleg, T. Cameron, M. Broner, K. Larson, L. Rasnick, G.
Bonoma, G. Mancini, B. Hutchinson, K. Benson, J. Barich. Row 5:
B. Somerby, R. Gossett, N. Welch, S. Robertson, S. Bradfield, B. Block,
D. Fisher, F. Estes, H. Sendach, B. Harvick, D. Droese, D. Paul.
The Student Council is the Legisla-
tive Body of Student Government.
The Council consists ot the Student
Body officers, Executive Board, and
one Elected Representative from each
first period class. It is the duty ofthe
Student Council to approve or elis-
approve legislation that has been
discussed by the Executive Board,
every first and third Friday of each
SPRING EXECUTIVE BOARD
Standing: B. Allen, R. Granger, J. Eason, B. Allen, C. Karpilow, B, King, C. Forman, S. Doherty, S
Schneder, D. Toby, J. Hughes, M. Traugott, M. Broner. Kneeling: R. Larson, H. McPherson, D. Masuda
SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL
Row l: J. Hughes, D. Masuda, B. King. Row 2: N. Slavick, S. Doherty,
C. Bennett, R. Linehun, M. Bonnell, M. Hettinger, J. Heskes, K. Zugay,
H. McPherson, D. Kleisath, J. Rossi, M. Cohen, R. Hill, P. Koizumi. Row
3: J. Holsten, S. Hanleigh, R. Cardinalli, L. Campbell, C. Lange, S.
Barkoff, K. King, C. Wirgler, G. Lew, H. Spritzer, S. Burnham, T. Alter,
Holliday, R. Hurley, B. Irish, D. Elliott, R. Larson, M. Feldman, C.
Cummings, B. Quinby, C. Williams, M. Harrison, R. Toriello, N. Welch.
Row 5: A. Barich, F. Starkey, T. Horton, R. Grainger, D. Edison, S.
Dowd, R. Glaubert, C. Hoch, J. Harris, B. Wells, D. Paul, M. Eisen-
burg, C. Mullmann, J. Leendertsen, J. St. Clair, R. Gervasi.
VF. Zins, D. Burmeister. Row 4: R. Kamrar, B. Briggs, K. Jacobson, D.
FALL WAYS AND MEANS
Row I: D. Toby, M. McGuire, B. Haney. Row 2: D. Burnham, B. Somerby, B. Allen,
FALL SILVER SWCRD COMMISSION
The Ways and Means Com-
mittee is one of the school's
busiest committees. Under the
direction of the Student Body
Vice-President, the committee
must pIan one assembly per
month and regulate the 'school
calendar. Such events as dances,
fun-nites, brunch sales, and con-
cession sales are not official un-
til they are approved by the
Ways and Means Committee.
B. Briggs, K. Kromhout, C. Martin, L. Rasnick, J. McMahon, B. Izmarian, R. Humber, R. Larson, R. Vrat.
SPRING SILVER SWORD COMMISSION
The small, hard-working
Silver Sword Commission is
in operation to tabulate the
points of the aspiring mem-
bers of the Silver Sword So-
ciety. The Commission mem-
bers also check the point ap-
plications to limit activities
for which points are given.
Lett to right: R. Humber, S. Robertson, D. Cantua, K. Wollner, H. Robertson, K. Lanstyak, M. Broner, R
SPRING WAYS AND MEANS
Row I: K. Jacobson, P. Shimoff, H. Enslow, D. Masuda, M, Lewis, S. Feldstein, R. Grainger, G.
Kirueshkin. Row 2: K. King, N. Welch, J. Hughes, N. Rosenberg, B. King, M. Traugott, G. Pelzner, J.
FINANCIAL CCNTROL BCARD
Row lm Mr. Tingly, L. Wodinuki, M. Traugott, M. Hamilton, D. Toby, B. Somerby, B. Allen, L. Loomis.
Row 2: R. Rosen, M. Graff.
Row I: D. Mcsudc, G. Bonomo, D. Goldblctt, M. Broner, H. Sendczch. Row 2: M. Lewis, S. Scheder,
K. Benson, K. Lonstyok, P. Koizumi, J. Engleman. Row 3: L. Blatteis, N. Hiott. Missing ore: S. Feldstein,
C. Mullmon, und R. Rosen.
The Finonciol Control
Board is responsible for the
expenditures of the student
body. They keep o close eye
on the money that is spent
and earned by the students
Row I: P. Asionian, D. Hancock, T. I-Iort, K. Kruttschnitt, C. Eppes, J, Palmer, K. King, L.
Cavanagh, J. Heskes, P. Hanrahan. Row 2: S. Eisenber G. Jordan S. Dohert P. Linden
9. , Y, .
R. Grainger, B. Keiles, P. Fanucci, A. Smith, M. McGuire, G. Bonomo, M. McKay, Row 3: R.
Fathy, H. Sendach, R. Izmirian, L. Resnick, B. McCarty, P. Richardson, L. Blatteis, N. Hiott,
J. Singleton, D. Burmeister.
Row I: C. Ccntua, T. Hort, K. Jacobson, S. Doherty, D. Cantua, G. Esten, P. Aslanian, S.
Schutte, C. Bennett. Row 2. D. Goldblatt, P. Linden, D. Bonomo, A. Smith, K. King, L. Blat-
teis R Grainger H Robertson J Nowland Row 3 L Resnick D Bremer M r
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Row l: B. Ahlvin, T. Cameron. Row 2: K. Stathes, A. Monroe, S. Honleigh, C. Gustafson, J. McCarty, T. Tupper, T. Cameron
Rush M. Umehara, G. Eisenberg. B. Sundernan, D. West. F. Seuchting, B. lsmiran, S. Kanales. Row 4. L. Phair, B.
W. Lerios, K. Whelan, D. Frederifks, B. Pfeiffer, M. Holes, Wilson, P. Matheu, D. Anderson, J. Hughes, R. Hum-
S. Carter. Row 3: L. Gilmore, L. Ashby, D. Kamrar, P. phreys, B, Briggs.
Row 1: J. Sierra, D. MacLain,! J. Leendertson, W. Lerios, B.
Sandeman. Row 2. T. Cameron, B. Ahern, T. Tupper, D. Cole,
S. Hanleigh, T. Galbraith, D. Kamrar, P. Munro, P. Con-
treras. Row 3. P. Matheu, L. Ashby, S. Carter, J. Davidson
A. Barish, J. Hughes, G. Richardson, B. Nelson. Row 4: B.
Pfeiffer, B. Toschi, B. Barnard, D. Goldstein, W. Stevens,
M. Umehara, S. Kracht, M. Hales.
Ed Clarke Wayne Schroder Suzanne Scneder
Senior Justice Junior Justice Junior Justice
Pat Richardson Kathy DeVore Barbara Mirah
Sophomore J ustice Secrerq ry Secrefqry
Paul Shimoff Mr. Hill Mr. Rupp
Bailitf Adviser Adviser
The members of the Aragon stu-
dent court are selected by the ludi-
cial nominating committee. The
court, working closely with the Or-
der Commission, attempts to con-
trol student violations of school
rules. The student court was formed
to give students a chance to keep
each other in line, instead of having
an adult dictate to them. If the vio-
lator is found guilty he is punished
according to his "crime", punish-
ments ranging from essay-writing to
campus "cIeaning-upping." Then
they are referred to the Dean.
Student Court in session.
CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
Row I: D. Goldstein, L. Behm, M. Hamilton, J. Holsten, G. Esten, D. Kruse, P. Tamulevich. Row 3: Mr. Knees, D. Benelli, W. Schrader, M
Hancock, L. Branson, J. Heskes, B. Uyemura, R: Ferguson, D. Smith, Imbler, J. Kern, M. Graff, B. King, R. Rosen, J. McMahon, B. Allen
P. Aslanian, A. Sohroeder, C. Shieber, A. Fay, K. Robinson, P. Hanen B. McCarty, P. Richardson, C. Hamako, R. Humber, S. Hanleigh, B
H. Oskarow. Row 2: R. Johnson, K. King, S. Holmes, V. Gadd, vf
Graham, M. Traugott, D. Nolan, K. Kromhout, J. Ellison, R. Grainger, Kaufman, C. Dowd.
S. Feldstein, B. Allen, C. Lindskog, R. Kelly, R. Leplin, R. Fgthy, R.
Somerby, M. Marquardt, B. Bacon, K. Connaughton, S. Robertson, B
Row I. J. Faihy, B. Allen, J. Farris, R. Grainger, M. Graff, R. Linehan, Kern, S. Hanleigh, B. Briggs, S. Cohn, D. Benelli, R. Humber, S. Chap-
R. Kelley, R. Mish, G. Esten, L. Branson, G. Herken, S. Holmes, D. HIGH. N- HIGH, M- STYCICIL 5- COLIN, D- Nolan. C- Nelson. 5- Hutchin-
Hancock, D. Smith, S. Miramon, P. Aslanian, C. Schieber, R. Ferguson, SOD, 5- Tabler. B- Kaufman. A- FUY, P- RUF-ISI. B- 5hIm0f'f, 5- 50mefbYf
V. Graham, K. Kromhout, K. King, P. Hanrahan, L. Beh . R 2- M. M I '
m ow . J. arquardt, K. Connaughron, B. King, J. McCarty, B. Bacon.
l 962-1 963
English-Patricia Hanen received a superior, Bob
Allen and Carol Leavy received outstanding awards.
Mathematics-Patti Aslanian received a superior,
Dennis Goldstein and Bob Allen received outstand-
ing awards. Science - Linda Branson received a
superior, Diane Hancock and Claudia Shieber, out-
standing awards. Social Studies-Bill Starett was
awarded superior, Diane Hancock and Donna Smith
received outstanding awards.
D. Hancock, D. Goldstein, B. Allen, B. Starett, C. Shieber, P. Aslanian, L
Branson, P. Hanen.
P. Hanrahon, L. Behm, R. Humber, B. Somerby, B. Bacon.
English - Jean Ellison received a superior,
Bruce Allen and Karen Kromhout, outstanding
awards. Mathematics-Bruce Allen received a
superior, Patricia Radez and Bill McCarty out-
standing awards. Science-Marc Graff received
a superior, Jim Zeitlin and Don Connolly re-
ceived outstanding awards. Social Studies-Vicki
Graham received a superior award, Bruce Allen
and Marc Graff received outstanding awards.
English-Bob Somerby received a super-
ior award, Margo Hamilton and Pat Hanra-
han received outstanding awards. Mathe-
matics-Bob Somerby and Bob Krase were
awarded superior awards, Rich Fathy, an
outstanding award. Science-Richard Hum-
ber received a superior, Bob Krase and Bob
Bacon received outstanding awards. Social
Studies-Bob Somerby received an outstand-
ing award, Lynette Behm and Rocky Leplin
received outstanding awards.
B. McCarty, B. Allen
BETTER GOVERNMENT COMMISSICJN
Row 1: C. Bennett, D. Bremer, J. Romey, C. Forman. Row 2: M. Lewis, K. Levin, B. Stevens, B. King,
Mr. Fisher, adviser.
Row I: G. Kirueshkin, A. Smith, C. Bennett, S. Schutte, K, Jacobson, H. Enslow, J. Romey. Row 2: M
Graff, G. Pelzner, D. Bremer, C. Forman, J. Singleton, B. Anselmo. 4
Row 1: C. Wiper, S. Scnecler, R. Vrat, J. Alderman, B. Sunderbruch, T. Fries. Row 2: R. Leplin, B. King,
M. Feldman, D. Mcllmoil, R. Rosen, S. Taber, T. Slifer, P. Milliken, V. Graham, Mr. Fisher, Adviser.
Club is a group
of devoted phi-
m e et t o e x -
Speech Club is an ex-
tra curricular group that
participates in inter-
school contests and de-
velops the skill of the
Row T: M. Dean, B. Stevens, J. Bronson, J. Johnson. Row 2: B. Robertson, M. Graff, D. Holliday,
C. Dayton, Mr. Marchi, Adviser.
FOREIGN STUDY COMMISSION
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Row I: B. Cornet, L. Behm, D. Cantuo, K. Wollner, S. Schutte. Row 2: Mr, Price, D. Robin, S. ll I I
Trickett, D, Poyot, V. Huston, S. Holmes, S. Tobler, J. Singleton, K. King. Row 3: T. Dumke, P. I I
Honen, D. Breuer, C. Korpilow, R. Humber. . fl
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB
Eomgeklliq Ric Vxgilngg Eslegwt irG'E2IT:ncJA iedgizeno' CHGSZ355' Schieber, S. Holmes, V. Huston, D. Robin, D. Payot, P. Peyton
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M. McKay, Row 2. Miss Medang, C. Karpilow, R. Humber, C. J S"'gle'O'l D Neue' Swanson Bum am T Ume
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE
Enrico Morelli from Italy
Foreign Study Commission sponsors the
A.F.S. Program. This involves selecting Aragon
students to be candidates for living and studying
in a foreign country, the raising of sufficient
funds to send an Aragon student on such a pro-
gram, and to bring a foreign student to Aragon.
The Commission also engages in various cul-
tural activities such as trying exotic foods, foreign
films, art shows, and the like.
One year of unforgettable experiences,
friendly understanding, indelible impressions is
over. I thank my American family, my principal,
my counselor, my teachers and all the friends
who have made my year a success.
I was interested in my subiects, liked Ara-
gon, loved the sun of California. My memories
of this country and of my experience here will
remain with me always, l hope I will again see
this lovely land, and my friends governing it.
And to this school which has forged my charac-
ter for one year I would like to say: "ln corde et
mente, narrata et tradita, Aragon eris . .
Sue Holmes to Africa
Row I: L. Branson, P. Aslanian, M. Hettinger, E. Dreyer, Nolan, D. Smith, K. Epstein, J. Geddes, Miss Gluckstadt.
A. Hoskins, C. Lange, B. Frediani, R. Mish, M. McKay. Row 3: C. Pantaleoni, S. Gray, B. Kaufman, A. Fay,
Row 2: Mrs. Cotter, M. Bartureu, L. Covanogh, D. D. Barturen, S, Larson, D. Payot, S. Cohen, D. Tremain.
Rabin, C. Pierce, Y. Garrett, L. Schutte, C. Forman, D. L. Larson, M, Graff, S. Richmond, Mrs. Thomas.
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Row 1: B. Treffers, C. Schieber, G. Esten, P. Lewis, L. Elliott,
N Windish J Cole R Leplin Row 2 R Kelle D Ma-
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suda, S. Nichols, F. Zins, R. Vrat, S. Calkins, J. Alderrran
Row 3. M. Traugott, M. Hamilton, J. Van Bakel, D. Rabin
C. Williams, L. Richman, C. Blackburn. Row 4: C. Acker
A. Humphrey, K. Wollner, S. Schvtte, B. Cornet, L. Hyde
H. Sendach, K. Croxford, P. Joyce. Row 5: D. Takahashi
A. Vowell, S, Trickett, L. Marans, L. Cantor, L. Blatteis, S
Carter, B. Harvick, R. Kanefsky, Row 6. P. Hanrahan, D
Toby, S. Ochi, K. Kruttschnitt, J. Holsten, T. Pasquini, S
Byrne, M. Durant, D. Bradford, L. Landon, K. King, S
Schneder, S. Welch, S. Casa, N. Welch, J. Cassa. Row 7
E. Swanson, Mr. Tamerlane, M. Duyster, D. Winters, S. Cer-
rute, P. Radez, J. Marquardt, M. Lewicki, D. Dteese, B.
Ament, L. De Vivo, B. Harvick. Row 81 S. Hanleigh, B. Som-
erby, G. Fracchia, D. Payot, D. Mizer, G. Ellison, M. Niel-
sen, N. Hiatt, J. Singleton.
SILVER SWCDRD SOCIETY
Row I: G. Esten, B. Allen, L. Loomis, P. Shimoff, B. King, K. Lanstyak, M, Broner, Row 2: D. Masuda,
J. Hughes, B. Izmirian, D. Burnham, B. Briggs.
ROW II K- Bcmflf. K- FFOIGH. G- BVOWFI. D- Gehfry, C. Vrdf, C- McCooI, L. Behm, R. Rosen. Row 3: Mr. Leddy, S. Robertson, R
Lindskog. C. Benneli. I-- Behm, l-- RiCl'1mCIf1. R- VFGT- ROW 2: Gardner, J. Hardman, L. Fields, B. Harvick, C. Creton, T. Glid-
R. Eason, B. McCarty, R. Grainger, M. Richardson, J. Zeiilin, den, D. Tomsky, D. Burnham, B. Somerby, M. Marquardt, 5.
B. Allen, D. Eason, D, Goldstein, B. Allen, I. Vasiliev, D. Cohn, D. Edison, J. Graham.
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FINANCIAL CONTROL BOARD
S Schutte, K. Wollmer, C. Richmond, D. Cantuo, J. Hudson, D. Steal,
Vicki Gadd, Pres. Diane Cantuo, V.P. Kris Wollner, Treas. Pm Hgnrqhgn, Sec.
Aragon's Girls' Association, to
which every girl at Aragon belongs,
is one of the busiest clubs on cam-
pus. Starting in the fall with a lunch-
eon given for all the new girl trans-
fer students, A.G.A. follows, it up
with a Christmas Formal and an all
girl fun-day in May. The money
which A.G.A. has collected in the
past two years has been enough to
offer S250 scholarships to two girls
and to sponsor cr foreign orphan.
Besides these activities, A.G.A. sup-
plies guides for the new girls at
Loy, M. Iwasu, B. Lee, N. Galraith, M. McKay, C. Dowd, B. Webster, P. Murfee,
lignaggi, M. Wyllie. Row 2: A. Hoskins, S. Greenberg, H. Spritzer, C. Hutchinson,
rmeister, B. Barnes, P. Fanucci, T. Searls, L. Kalhoun, C. Tong, K. Keys, P. Sendach,
Ostroff, T. Rogess, K. Croxford, G. Drzewiecki, L. Cantor, E. Toriello, P. Linden, S.
Row I: T. Hart, D. Cantua, K. Wollner. Row 2: P. Han-
rahan, O. Cantor, T. Searls. Row 3: V. Schmidt, V. Gadd,
In the school cafeteria
there is a co-operation be-
tween worker and student
worker to share the responsi-
bility of preparing the food,
keeping the eating facilities
as clean as possible, and sell-
ing our nourishing lunches.
ist Row: D. Tomsky, T. Bohmker, C. Rosenburg, V. Walker, D. Tagliafico, P. McCarthy, J.
Mills, E. Riley. Row 2: M, Galloway, R. Trafton, C. Daniels, R. Shadd, R. Holms, J. Markling.
Mr. Leddy, W. Lerios, P. Reed, R. Vrar, S. Macy, M. Willyerd, M. Mangis, S, Gilmore,
Run under the
guidance of faculty
advisor Mr. Leddy,
the student store
gives an ever-in-
creasing number of
to have fun by sell-
ing candy and
school supplies to
their friends and
MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB
Row I: A. Foy, L. Taylor, B. Cox. M- Lewicki, C- l-Oy. inson, D. Nolan, T. Saunders, S. Tabler, V, Gacld, N.
C. Kiefer, P. Koizumi, R. Vrot. Row 2: Mrs. Hilpisch, Galbraith, G, Swenson, S. Sadr, B, Paul,
J. Webb, L. Landon, V. Schmidt, J. Traphagen, K. Rob-
The Science Club
was established to
promote interest in,
and acquaint stu-
dents with, all
phases of science.
At the meetings pro-
are heard and sci-
entific movies are
seen. The club in-
corporates the theo-
retical values into
the practical aspects
Careers Club in-
of careers avail-
able in different
fields of medi-
Kow I: N. Windish, J. Cole, R. Vrot, P. Lewis, J. Jen' 3: Mr. Johnson, J. Leendertsen, D. Tremain, R. Johnson,
kins. Row 2. Mr. Bowman, C. Karpilow, D. Takahashi, D. Connielly, G. Phillips, R. Gentry, T. Slater, N. Peterson.
A. Zeitlin, l. Vasiliev, F. Robles, D. Gentry, R. Ross. Row
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MR. RICHARD BELL
Myrtle Mae Simmons . . . . . Bonnie Costantini
..... Shelly Smith
. . .. Mike Matze
Veta Louise Simmons . . .
Miss Johnson ........ . . . Patricia Hanen
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet .... . . . Valerie Huston
Ruth Kelly, R.N. ...... Sheri Fuller
Duane Wilson ......... . . Dick West
Lyman Sanderson, M.D. .... .... B ryan King
William R. Chumley, MLD. .. . .. Rocky Leplin
Betty Chumley .... ' ..... . .. Rosalie Quadri
Judge Omar Gaffney . .,... Bill Briggs
E. J. Lofgren ..,...... . . . Vance Wood
Under the excellent guidance of Mr. Richard Bell,
the AHS drama department presented three plays
this past year. "Harvey," a play about an imaginary
six-foot, martini-sipping rabbit, was a great success
and a lot of fun for all. The second play, "Stage
Door," was a bit more serious lthough it did have
its light momentsl being about the lite of an actor
beffore hisfher "big break." When the yearbook
went to press, work was beginning on "Diary of
Anne Frank" with Geri Esten in the title role, and
we're sure it too will be a success.
92 "Let go of me, you white slayer."
"Lotgren's mine, E.J."
Row I: V. Wood, J. Ramen, B. Curry, G. ltakura, D. Bell, K. Jacobson, N. Gardner, B. Costantini, B. Os-
Cofer, L. Webster, J. Provence, R. Leplin, B. King, T. troff, V. Huston, P. Hanen, G. Esten, P. Reed.
Tupper. Row 2: D. Bonnett, B. Briggs, H. Hewitt, Mr.
The Thespians are advanced Drama Students, who have earned a specific
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.
This talented and busy commission paints eye-catching posters and ban-
ners announcing and promoting school activities.
Row I: D. Ferry, J. Rossi, M. Smith, M. Willyerd, J. vina, R. Moore, E. Bohntkerj D. Mizer, B. Salk, L. Jones
Murquordt, C. De Row, J. Jacobs, C. Andersen, K. Ben- S. Martin, K. Lanstyak, S. Granzin, M. Mangis, G. Lew
son, T. Alter, J. DelI'Osso. Row 2: M. Ferguson, G. Jako-
Row I: V. Locke, R. Vrot, P. Lewis, A. Schroeder, J. Newland. Row
2: S. Tobler, C. Korpilow, C. Dowd, B. King.
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB
Row 1: J. Cole, P. Aslunion, A. Lonzurich, R. Quodri, K. Jo
cobson, G. Esten. Row 2: B. Cornet, N. Windish, D. Goldstein
S. Colquhoun, S. Cantor, L. Branson, R. Hesselberg. Row 3: sf
Santos, K. Benson, J. Jacobs, M. Kraus, C. Pierce, S. Trickett,
S. Sirett, G. Vrut, D. Gentry, E, Golden, A. Hoskins. Row 4
K. Johnson, J. Konyn, B. Uyemuro, S. Stickney, S. Nichols, C
Anderson, S. Gray, Y. Garrett, C. Acker, C. Blackburn, N. Gol-
broith. Row 5: P. Hanen, K. Dodo, M. Kallicrm, N. Uyemura,
D, Rabin, D. Poyot, R. Konefsky, C. Pantolioni. Row 6: L. Lor-
son, Mr. Lawrence, M. McKay.
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HEADLINES . . .
ly newspaper, the Aris-
tocrat, has, for the past
three and one-halt
years, given the Aragon
student body a source
of entertainment, gossip,
and most of all, school
spirit. lt is truly an or-
ganization that every
Aragon student should
be proud of.
B. Bacon--Editor-in-Chief, S. Rose-Photographer, S. Scneder-Feature Editor, R. Krcsr-Sports Editor,
J. Singleton-Copydesk Chief, K. King-News Editor.
Standing: G. Fracchia, G. Edison, M. Scott, E. Morelli, J. Palmer. Seated: L. Schutte, A. Smith, C.
MR. DROBAC, ADVISER
After seven months of work
daily during sixth period and
hundreds of hours contributed
after school the fifteen members
of the yearbook staff, under the
direction ot Mr. Parker, have
completed production of the
1964 El Tesoro. During Easter
vacation the book went to press
so that the 1200 students who
bought it would be able to en-
Ioy its pages by early June.
Standing: Mr. Parker, J. Dalley, J. Woolf, S. Allen, S. Taber, S. Cohn, C. Nelson, B. Barnes, M. Barr,
D. Cranert, and C. Dowd, M. McKay, co-editors-in-chief. Seated: S. Krough, L. Nordstrom, P, Friend,
. . . DEADLINES
Row T: 5- 5Uhd6l'bGCh. P- ROCJBI, 5- SWCRNGY. C- BYYGM, N- Hughes, M. Collins, C, McMurdo, G. Rocklage, D. Tomsky, L.
Rosenberg, R. McGinnis, R. Re Ray, D. Bernard, G. Meizger, MacDonald, D. Masuda, L. Gielow.
J. Ricketf. Row 2: Mr. Denton, G. Proseus, C. Cretan, J.
Row 1: P. Aslanian, D. Smith, K. Epstein, B. O'Sullivan, V. Klemsak, R. Morris, J. Kinger, M.
Trueblood, T. Vadis, F. Fedelli, S. Chapman, G. Brown, D. Takahashi, J. Veimola, S. Gilmore
T. Grey, M. Hale, B. Pfleg, Mr. Denton.
A CAPPELLA 153,070
Row 1: Mr. Denton, J. Holsten, C. Zugay, R. Cardinalli, K. Free, J. Hughes, T, Salz, D, Jefferson, S. Smith, L. Brady, D. McClain, P.
Konien, H. Enslow, S. Colquhoun, C. Soal, J, Rickett, L. Richter, J. McGinnis, S. Freitas, P. Lawrence, D. Bernard, C. Wirgler, A. Fay, B.
Werner, C. Carpenter, L. Hyde, L. Gielow. Row 2: P. Fanucci, R. Saxelby. Row 4: D. Swickard, N. Rosenberg, B. Sunderbach, P. Radez
Young, L. Schroeder, C. Robinson, D. Dyson, B. Greenhill, V. Schmidt, F. Starkie, M. Denton, L. Bernard, M. Collins, C. McMurdie, L. Mac-
G. Proseus, F. Bortolin, S. Monroe, L. Jones, H. Martins, C, Wright. Donald, G. Rocklage, D, Masuda, D. Mcllmoii, P. Contreras, V
S. Perrault, J. Fagotti. Row '3: B. Haney, C. Cosgriff, D. Cantua, A. Schmidt, G. Mancini, S. Robertson, B. Borchers, B. Kaufman.
DiGeorgio, S. Stickney, C. Martin, C. Brock, D. Freeman, C. Cretan, J.
rker, A. Hoskins, T. Diskin, C. Scheiber. Row 2: R. Rosen, S. Foley, T, Campagna, S. Rose, M.
den, R. Humber, P. Finkes, H. Hansen, C. Simmons. Row 3. R. Heiskell, J. Casa, W. Lenos, K. Cram,
DANCE BAND V
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Row I: Mr. Revelli, W. Strong, T. Veiomolo, P. Richardson, D. Barry, L. Loomis. Row 2: T. Grey, S. Rose, ' 1"1VV,,f
M. Trueblood, T. Vaclnois, R. Holmes. Row S. Schuster, R. Rosen,.S. Foley. Standing. M. Hales, Z
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Flute: R. Humber, S. Anderson, l.. Behm, L. Campbell, D. McCool, ,C. Odden, N. Slavick, S. Tabler. Oboe: S. Gilmore. Bassoon: G. Brown. Clarini
man, D. Takahashi, S. Lund, J. Veiomola, K. Bomar, M. Durant, B. Geneck, S. Hoehn, N. Lauder, L. McLeod, B. Weyland. Saxophone: D. Bei
pagna D. Cook, S, Foley, R. Louth, P. Mayor, R. Rosen, S. Schuster, D. Schwerin, B. Swickard, E. Takemori, N. Carrol, Horns: S. Chapman,
blood, T. Vadnais. Baritone Horn: N. Florez, C. Mauroner. Sousaphones: P. Fife, R. Holmes. Drums: S. Barkoff, J. Cassa, R. Copps, K. Crc
Marching formation at the Aragon-Hillsdale Thanksgiving Day game.
Drucker, H. Johnson, L. Loomis, J. Markling, E. Mellero, B. Silli-
Gervasi, J. Miller, P. Richardson, W. Strong. Trumpets: T. Cam-
Ielli. Trombones: B. Block, K. Roost, S. Rose, J. Sweatt, M. True-
Gray, R. Heiskell, W. Lerios, S. Ridley. Bells: M. Hales.
Throughout the year, the band has been a
very essential factor in school spirit and a credit
to the music department of the school, The pep
band performed at rallies, assemblies and home
Together with the Aragon choir, it presented
a Christmas concert and a spring program. The
band also played at the big Stanford Tourna-
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1963 GRID CLASSIC
Liso is crowned queen.
The Grid Classic is on cn-
nucl dance given by the
Block A in which the Grid
Queen and her court are
chosen to preside over the
Thanksgiving Day Game.
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Row 1: A. Zeitlin, L. Cantor, K. Jacobson, S. Doherty, F. Zins, H. Enslow, M. McGuire. Row 2: G.
Eisenberg, J. Eisenberg, M. Graff, P. Shimoff, V. Schmidt, K. Strawsburg, L, Marons, K. Lanstyak. Row 3:
P. Finkes, B. King, S. Plank, L. Kahoun, S. Robertson, K. Stathes, J. Singleton, G. Pelzner, B. Anselmo,
5 TM l Maxine Broner, Commissioner
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The Rally Commission's main purpose is to promote student body, has made Aragon the most spirited school
school spirit all year by selling spirit buttons and plan- in the county. The Pep Club cheers our team to victory at all
ning rallies. The Commission, along with the entire games with card stunts, cheers, and Pom Pom routines.
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Renee Le Roy, Laurie Benson, Linda Kotake, Kaihie Benson
Pam Doll ,
POM PON GIRLS
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FALL OFFICERS: Ken Roost, Vice President: Louise Blattis, Elected Repre- SPRING OFFICERS: Mark Trueblood, President: Louise Blatteis, Secretory
sentative: Paul Shimoff, Appointed Representative: Tim Glidden, Presi- Treasurer: Margo Hamilton, Vice President: Diane Toby, Elected Repre
dent: Barbara Barnes, Secretory-Treasurer. sentative.
Row I: L. Blcrttis, K. Roost, P. Shimoff, T. Glidden,
B. Barnes. Row 2: C. Eppes, J. Holsten, K, Krutt-
schnitt, T. Rogers, S. Scneder, A. Smith, D. Cantuo,
M. Eisenberg, D. Fisher, B. Cohen. Row 3: F. Estes,
E. Foster, R. Kaefer, B. Somerby, T. Vodnois.
Row I: M. Cohen, M, Homilton, M. Trueblood, L
Blatteis, J. O'Neil, P. Henry, B. Wells, Miss Pohle
Mr. Fisher, advisers. Row 2: D, Toby, J. Palmer
K. Kruttschnitt, N. Grimes, P. Doll, C. Wollner D
Gilmore, J. Hudson, K, Roost.
A lazy day on Junior Hilll
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Don Van Zandt
Lou Anne Williams
Mary Ellen Willyerd
Left to right:
Left to right: Rich Bernhardt, Georgia Ander-
son, Barbara Barrett, Mike Christopherson
Dusty Cole, Dave Brandt.
Left to right: John Klinger, Cheri Kraus, Kris Crox-
ford, Virginia Lang.
How do you fit six elephants into a Volkswagen?
Why do elephants lump out of trees at five oclock in the morning?
Mary Jane Durant
Ralph Elston .
ary Jane Espero
Ha rry Gabor
Mary An Hanlon
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FALL OFFICERS: Mike I-UICGS, VICS Pfesidenfz H1-'QI' Robensonf President? SPRING OFFICERS: Heather McPherson, Elected Representative, Jan Fife
Pam Finkes, Secretary-Treasurer, Gary Pelzner, Elected Representative. . . ' ' ' ' '
Secretary Treasurer, Debbi Eppes, Vice President, John Calkins, President
T. Cullen, K. Larsen, J. Fife, H. McPherson, C.
Eppes, H. Robertson, J. Calkins.
Row I: M. lwasa, J. Eisenberg, H. McPherson. Row
2: G. Phillips, R. Singer, J. Reid, H, Robertson, G.
Pelzner, D. Elliott, T. Cullen.
Mary Jo Berstrcm
Joni Ann Benelli
Eating is serious business.
Mic ael Chong
Who said the world was round?
He en Johnson
lt's a thinking man s worldl
Kathleen McDonough 4
Baby, it's cold outsidel
Mary Ann Mordock
John Now and
Why aren't you rowing, Dennis?
Lin a Schlocker
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Robin Ann Ross
Come now Mr Shackleton, Freshmen can't be that bad.
Jim Van Boven
Richard Hurley, Fred Ludemann, Kathy Lee, Tim Petersen.
Row I1 Dennis Tong, Jim Yazman, Jerry White, Joni Reay. Row 2: Pat Sheehan, Sheila Siren, Robin
Ross, Liz Riley, Candy Wahlstrom.
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Row 1: J. Wiberg, W. Lerios, R. Estudillo, L. Flodihn, B. Ahlvin, T. Steiner,
B. Graham, G. Rocklage, J. Heller, J. Richardson, R. Wilson, B. Allen, J
McCann, L. Loomis. Row 2: P. Windish, R. Eason, D. Brandt, M. Christoph-
erson, B. Titus, T. Drake, J. Quintana, P. Contreras, D. Sheehan, J. Ried-
erer, M. Bass, M. Neilsen, M. Trueblood. Row 3: T. Futterer, V. Crooks
B. Allen, D. Waters, B. Kahoun, T. Sheehan, J. Hains, K. Connaughton
. W. Devincenzi, S. Ford, D. Swenson. Row 4: R. Cort, J. O'NeiI, T. Vadnais
K. Stathis, F. Fadelli, P. Swenson, J. Sebanc, L. Baumann, J. Lewis. Row 5
R. Sullivan, B. McCarthy, R. Larson, B. Shane, B. Barnard. Row 6: R
Feeling the loss of last year's seniors, the Don's
football team fought through a rough season against
powerful schools. Opening the season against West-
moor, the team suffered a 28-6 loss. Still in a slump,
the team dropped the second game to Saint Francis.
But revenge was gained with a win of 6-O in the
game with Oceana.
With the beginning of the league games beneath
the lights, the Dons narrowly lost 13-14 to the
defending league champions-Burlingame. The last
of the evening games was to be against Mills.
Left: Managers Joe Niederreiter, George Queen, Chuck Ellis,
and Tim Portlock.
Couch Gorden gives a few half time pointers to varsity starters.
This game was cancelled out of respect for
our late President, John F: Kennedy, whose
assassination took place the day the game
The Football spectacular came on the
twenty-eighth of November when the Aragon
Dons faced the Hillsdale Knights at San
Mateo in the second of the' traditional
Thanksgiving Day games. At their peak form,
the Dons trounced the Knights 7-3.
Referring to next year, Coach Taylor made
this comment: "As I have said, the team will
do better each year. We are losing some
good linemen, but the team will realize that
they have to do the iob, and it will get
Right, Standing: Coaches Garden, Taylor, Polk.
Kneeling: Co-captains Heller, Graham.
t Lloyd Loomis
Half-back Bob Allen is wrestled to the ground by c Son Mateo
Tom Steiner, Bruce Allen, Jason Heller, ond Gary Rocklu
se in as Burlingame tackles a hidden Aragon runner.
Top to bottom: Mike McCann, Jerry Richardson, and Vince
Crooks move in on a fallen Burlingame Panther.
Right: Jason Helier tackles Russ lchimura. In the back-
ground, L. to R. are Jeff Wiberg, Mike Christopherson
l65J, and Bob Graham l75l.
Left: Defensive backs Vince Crooks llOl and Jason Heller ll5l break
up a San Mateo pass.
Above: Halfback Bob Allen l34l finds little running room up
The center against Hillsdale. ln The background are Bob Graham
l78l, Mike McCann, and Jason Heller.
Right: Bruce Allen 1391 trips up a Hillsdale ball carrier for a
Below: Jason Heller ll6l, Mike Chrisfopherson l65l, and John
Hains l44l move in for the kill on a fallen Hillsdale ball carrier.
Fullback Lars Flodihn bolts through the Knights' defensive line. In the background are, L. to R. Lloyd
Loomis l53l, Bob Allen, and Mike McCann l66l.
Defensive halfback Jerry Quintana is clipped from behind as this Knight ball carrier is pursued by John
Hains l44l, Bob Graham i78l, and Gary Rocklage l79l.
Row I: H. Robertson, D. Elliot, M. Lucas, R. Matel, M. Clarke, C. Barker,
D. Ghilarducci, J. Venturas, J. Bachetto, J. Poselli, Mr. Harney, Coach
Row 2: P. Boarts, M. Likens, E. Evangelho, J. Reid, T. Tanzi, B. Gilmore,
L. Hamako, J. Pearson, M. Dean. Row 3: P. Dierkes, S. Trazier, S.
Everything is up in the air at a freshman football game.
Harman, D. Pearson, R. Cocklin, R. lrish, D. Cellers, P. Hurley, J. Heiring.
. Row 4: D. Heredia, L. Talmadge, R. Pfleg, M. Sullivan, Manager, C. Ellis,
D. Evangelho, P. Hanrahan, G. Mathews, D. Baumann.
Chester Barker, Dave Baumann,
Mike Clark, and Bob Irish, leading
frosh footballers, have all shown
great promise this year in areas of
quarterbacking and offensive run-
ning. They are potential candidates
for the varsity squad in the coming
The Rangers, an expeujmental boys physical educa-
tion class, concerns itself with the testing of boys men-
tal, psychological, as well as physical endurance. The
success ofthe Rangers has been heralded throughout the
Bay Area, and they have become a permanent part of
Aragon's P.E. program.
Row 1. R. Gervasi, S. Urbano, J. Hughes, L. Glenn, S. Cohen, M. Kacludis
R. Espero, D. Wetmore, S. Bingham, G. Juchert. Row 2: H. Pearl, B. Block:
P. Munro, B. Lawrence, F. Marchi, J. Okada, S. Canales, J. Tretheway, J
Darrenogue. Row 3: R. Carbullido, C. Westphall, W. Nelson, P. Milliken
D. Kensinger, R. Coker, T. Tupper, M. Hales, T. Cameron. Row 4: Coach
Garden, R. Figoni, C. Ross, J, Sierra, F. Suechfing, D. Kamrcr, C. Hamako,
BLCCK " "
Row 1: D. Elliott, H. Robertson, B. Bacon, K. Connaughton, C. Cretan
P. Dana, G. Rivera, J. Sierra, P. Contreros, W. Lerios, B. Graham, S.
Canales. Row 2: P: Mayor, H. Sendach, E. Mellera, S. Skale, L. Gilmore
R. Estudillo, M. Graff, W. Chun, L. Larson, R. Cort, C, Hamako. Row 3
D. Bennett, M. Loy, F. Fadelli, S. Ford, L, Baumann, D. Vrat, G. Rocklage,
J. Eason. Row 4: J. Hains, R. Copa, D. Thodas, M, Christopherson, B.
Allen, R. Gossett, D. Edison, M. Trueblood, P. Swenson. Row 5: J. Sanchez,
' MR. DIAZ
J. Sweatt, D. Casagrande, W. Egan, B. Ahlvin, T. Steiner, M. McCann, R
Mazzoncini. Row 6: J. Wifey, F. Starkey, L. Fifield, D. Santin, J. Norris,
W. Schrader, B. Wells, B. Titus, B. Colquhoun. Row 7: B. Allen, J. Heller
B. Silliman, T. Campagna, S. Pearson, J. Wilson, M. Young, B, Somerby
J. O'Neil, R. Kaefer.
The Block "A," advised by Mr. Diaz,
is responsible for the annual "Grid Clas-
sic", a maior social event of the tall
An athlete's achievement of a block
letter depends upon his individual suc-
cess in a chosen sport. The highest pos-
sible award, the Gold f'A", has thus far
been awarded to: Rick Wirgler, Mark
Jorgenson, Lani Hediger, and Chris Nel-
son, Class '63, and Bob Graham, Class
Row 1: T. Stenson, C. Reimers, S. Feldstein, B. Cameron, B. Sweeney, J. Ballard, D. Gensler. Row 3: Mr. Daskarolis, B. Sweatt, B Robertson
B. Louth, B. Price, R. Gardner, G. Rochfard, R. Linehan, A. Caswell. S. Skale, M. Loy, D. Edison, D. Roberts, B. Becker .Row 4 P Dana
Row 2: H. Heath, R. Fathy, D. Mitchell, L. Bauman, J. Conner, M. Graff, D. Fisher, R. Gossett, C. Mullman, B. Honerlah, C, McMurdie
Sixteen school records were broken
by Aragon's cross country team this
season. The varsity squad was com-
posed of Joe Ballard, Art Caswell, Paul
Dana, Rich Gosseht, and Chris Mullmann.
The frosh-soph team was led by Steve
Skale, Brian Robertson, and Doug Edi-
son. Steve Skale placed second in M.P.L.
finals and took a third place at the
Terra Nova Invitational.
Left: Steve Carter leads the J.V. race at the
halfway mark against Burlingame with John
Conner a close third.
Left to right J ONeil W Schrader B Starrett, B. Silliman, B. Somerby, B. Sivils, J. Heller, B, Toschi,
S Pearson B Wells T Campagna B Titus R. Kcefer, B. Allen, B. Leffler,
Aragon did it again! M. P. L. champs for the second year in
a row! lt was a battle right down to the last few seconds, but
under the inspired leadership of Coach Ed Diaz, the team
According to Coach Diaz, "There was no single player who
carried the-team throughout the season. We were fortunate in
that we had a good, balanced squad that could come up with
the winning combination. There was as much spirit and effort as
anyone could ask for." Bob Toschi and Bob Wells led the team
in rebounding while Bruce Sivils and Bob Somerby accounted
for about forty per cent of the scoring.
When asked what the team's chances were for next year,
Mr. Diaz said, "Right now l am concerned about the tournament,
ask me next year,"
Aragon's jumping-iack forward, Bob Wells, goes
up and over his Hillsdale opponent for two points.
Above: Bob Toschi casually tosses the ball to
surprised yet photogenic Bob Wells.
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Left to right: G. Eisenberg, B. Lenord, C. Steiner, B. Waters, M. Yamaguma, D. O'Neil,
kneeling W. Chun.
Aragon's basketball team was led by
senior guard Wes Chun. He was leading
scorer, playmaker, and was selected
M.P.L. first guard. Coach Diaz named
Bob Waters the most improved player
on the team. George Eisenberg was also
cited for his excellent rebounding. The
Cs finished the season with an 8 win-
6 loss record.
Right: Rick Nystrom l53l strains at the iump, while Bob
Alvord l23l tensely awaits the ball.
Left: Three Aragon Dons move in on c rebounding
4. cc. c
The D basketball team was
led by Rick Nystrom. The D's
finished the season with a 6
win-8 loss record. Team mem-
bers gained a lot of valuable
experience. Gordon Dent was
named most prolific scorer by
Right: R. Alvord, S. Laff, R. Jacobs, R
Eason, M. Wexler, D. Mendel, G. Mc-
Murdie, 5. Fletcher. Kneeling: R. Nystrom
Not Pictured: G. Dent, B. Reed, C. Behm
Right: As Steve Fletcher is harrassed by
a Son Mateo opponent, Rick Nystrom
moves into the clear for a pass.
Left: Steve Fletcher is too late to grab
the rebound against the taller opposition.
Row l: J. Caler, J. Wilson, R. Coppo, J. Quintana, J. Collins, J.
Hains, G. Eisenberg, M. Berger, D. Jenkins, B. Cameron, G. Rochfard.
Row 2: S. Cort, M. Dean, R. Shinn, M. Kleisath, J. Farris, S. Eisenberg
L. Szto, D. Jennings, N. Ng, J. Pearson, S. Carter, M. Kruger. Row 3
H. Robertson, J. Korakas, D. Gensler, B. Benner, J. Ballard, M. Ep-
stein, K. Connaughton, M. Levitt, B. Robertson, S. Skale, D. Mitchell
B. Colquhoun. Row 4: R. Larson, Manager, D. Cole, D. Swenson, S
Will this be another Coppo Victory?
Ford, R. Ma, R. Trafton, B. Pfleg, B. Bonomo, C. Barker, L. Glenn,
E. Caler, B. Roberts, Manager, H. Osharow, Manager. Row 5: T.
Steiner, J. Kawasaki, J. Matze, J. Smith, A. Rust, A. Ford, B. Cave,
J. Sebanc, S. Harmon, M. Yamaguma, L. Gilmore, Manager. Row 6:
L. Larson, Manager, C. McMurdie, Manager, T. Glidden, B. Ahlvin
B. Honerlah, B. Bacon, D. Fisher, B. Sweatt, M, Gallagher, Coach B
Daskerolis, Coach B. Larson.
The loss of many graduating sen-
iors from the track team has made
the '64 season a "building year"-
a year in which good prospects are
trained for the coming season. With
much of the talent coming from un-
derclassmen, three seniors still re-
main in the spotlight. They are Joe
Ballard, distance, Jack Collins,
hurdles, and Jerry Quintana, middle
Outstanding in their field are John
Wilson, pole vault, Russ Coppo,
dash, Bob Bacon, middle distance,
Jim Cook, dash, Curt Cole, broad
jump, Brian Robertson, distance, and
Steve Skale, distance.
John Hoins shows his form in the high hurdles.
Bob Honerloh, discus, winds up forthe throw
Joe Bullard, Jock Collins, Bob Bacon, cmd Steve Skcule worm up before the meet.
Below: Chris Ford
L. to R.: M. lmbler, C. Ford, P. Shimoff, M. Marquardt, D. Drosse, V. Page, J. Chapman, Mr. Price, Coach.
Above: Demons of the fairway Mike Morquardt and Paul
Shimoff attempt to instruct Bob Somerby in beginnefs skills.
Led by Jack Chapman, who Coach Price says
is "Probably the best golfer in the league," Ara-
gon's first year golf team had had an unde-
feated season at the time El Tesoro went to press. l
Below: Doug Wright
Front: W. Lerios, R. Eason, R. Mish, W. Chun, M. Dean, L. Jenkins. Back: G. Rocklage, B. Graham, T.
Steiner, P. Swenson, E. Mellara, C. Cooke, Coach Brandeberry.
lAbovel Bob Graham H911 faces off against
iMiddIel Jerry Richardson starts to step out
and escape his man.
iFar right! Bob Mish il27l, voted Aragon's
most successful wrestler, tires his opponent
with an arm lock.
Hailed as the outstanding wrestler
of this season for his eleven-win and
one-loss record was senior Bob
Mish. Other notable performances
were turned in by Wayne Lerios,
Jerry Richardson, and Gary Rock-
Coach Brandeberry expressed a
desire for more wrestlers over one
hundred sixty-five pounds to
strengthen next year's team.
ROW lr C- Gfvbef. M. McCann, W. Devincenzi, R. Mazzoncini, J. Eason, P. Windish, F. White, G. Riverra, M. Young, D. Santini,
J Sierra, R. Ross, B. Leffler, G, Humphrey, R. Wilson, M. Neilson, G, Fmfchig, M, Denton, J, Sanchez,
J Okada, H. Pearl. Row 2: G. Edison, L. Fifield, M. Trueblood,
As the El Tesoro went to press
in early April, Coach Polk said,
"All prospects are for a success-
ful season." John Sierra, Mike
Young, Bill Leffler, and Gary,
Humphreys were named the
most stable players on the team.
Also praised was the power hit-
ting trio of Mike Neilson, Rod
Wilson, and Charley Ross. Catch-
er Glenn Riverra was also de-
scribed as one of the mainstays
of the team.
John Sierra, Pitcher
Senior, catcher Glenn Rivera.
Jim Lewis scrambles back to base. Bob McCarthy tags Jim out as he slides in.
Above: Mike Kalliam waits nervously at the
plate with catcher Larry Baumann.
Above: Now Mike connects solidly while Larry looks on. FROSH-SOPH
Row 1: V. Crooks, T. Drake, D. Zunich
M. Kalliom, B. McCarthy, J. Murphy, P.
Boarts, L. Baumann, T. Peterson. Row 2
T. Futterer, J. Lewis, J. Markling, C. Behm,
F. Bortolin, B. Jacobs, R. Larson, D. Hey
fren, B. Barnard, P. Dierkes, T. Brock, J
The Frosh-Soph baseball team un-
der the direction of Mr. Eugene Gor-
clen, is the training ground for a
successful varsity baseball team.
These Frosh-Soph boys show their
team interest and spirit by giving
time each day after school tor the
improvement of vital baseball skills.
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Row l: R. Cort, B. Mickelsen, P. Mayor, H, Godwin, L. Loomis, Galbraith, V. Tourchet, C. Mullman, B. Harvick, P. Munro, T.
R. Figone. Row 2: H. Honerlah, S. Canales, S. Smith, L. MacDon- Tupper, 8. Allen, V. Wood, B. Graham, D, Connolley.
old, C. Hamako, J. Hughes, A. Barich. Row 3: M. Thomson, T.
Bob Graham shows his excellence in diving.
Jim Norris sets out to break another record
High flying Senior, Curtis Mauroner executes the scissors on
the side horse.
Due to the loss of last year's seniors, the
gymnastics team faces a difficult season. For
their years of hard work, recognition should be
given to Ed Clarke, still rings, Craig Cooke, side-
horse, Lars Flodihn, trampoline, and Curtis Mau-
roner, free exercise.
Perfect muscle control aids Dave Shoaf in
Senior Eddie Clarke an the still rings
achieving excellent form on the high bar.
Row I: J. Darrenogue, T. Spencer, H, Heath, D. Fife, C. Cooke, J. arducci, C. Mauroner, R. Blatteis, B. Alvord. Raw 3: M, Chong, R.
Cassa, R. Rotondo, D. Shoaf, L. Leftcourt, Row 2: T. Daniels, G. Queen, Linehon, F. Blumenthal, E. Clarke, F. Linehan, J. Heimsoth, T. 'lnce,
D. Schwerin, L. Flodin, F. Capabianco, R. Hurley, G, Juchert, D. Guil- M. Brown, D. Baumann, D. Deuchman, Coach Taylor. A
Row I: S. Rose, L. Furlow, S. Gorlington, S. Feldstein, K. Levin, R. Murdie, D. Behling. Row 3: Mr. Knees, coach, D. Vrot, W. Hoffman,
Johnson, R. Gentry, J. Yazman, B. Ortega, T. Pedersen. Row 2: A. D. Tomsky, S. Bingham, T. Vadnais, P. Kohlhas, E. Menges, R. Siev-
Bermun, R. Rosen, S. Andersen, D. Bonelli, C. Steiner, J. Harper, ick, S. Cohn.
T. Kirvin, J. McMahon, R. Nystrom, B. McCariy, C. Lange, G. Mc-
Poul Kohlhas, Senior, -H3 man,
Top singles players Rich Stevick, Wes Hoffman, Ed Menges, Paul Kohlhas,
Dave Tomsky, and Stan Bingham were slated To lead the Tennis Team To what
Coach Knees was sure would be one of The Top Three spofs in league play. The
Coach said, as El Tesoro went To press in early April, "We will win at Iecisi
Three-fourths of all our matches."
Left to right: Dave Tomsky and Stan Bingham. Arogon's gli! doubles team
pose at the net. '
"Easy Ed" Menges, Senior
32 man, singles.
Does anyone have an aspirin?"
"l'm head over heels for you!"
One eosy solution for tired feet . . .
Row 1: S. Badt, C. Lindskog, K. Lonstyak, E. Toriello, K. Kruttschnitt, Barich, S. Burnham, C. Allan, C, Williams, J. Davis, R. Toriello, Miss
L. Eisenhort, P. Tenny, M. Kolliom, B. Quinby, G. Hordesty, A. Di- O'Nions, P. Henry, M. Lewicki, A. Faye, R. Cane, S. Cane, K. King,
Georgio, S. Simmons. Row 21 E. Swanson, C. Cantuo, D, Dyson, J. P- Doll, K- 51f0WSbUl'9, C- Leuvy, P- Reed. S- Hidif-
Row 1: K King, B. Sunderbruch, A. Zeitlin, J. Wolfe, M. Allan, D, Dyson, E. Swanson. Row 3: J. Romey, C. Cla-
Hornung, M. Van Giesen, J. Traphogen. Row 2: K. Straws- baugh, N. Welch, S. Welch, B. Ostroff, N. Hiott, B. Green-
burg, L. Richter, R. Ferguson, G. Brown, S. Richmond, C. hill, J. Singleton, S. Enslow.
Row 1: K. Croxford, D. Hancock, L. Watanuki, 5. Sanders, S. Row 3: J. Johnson, M. Mangis, J. Palmer, S. Stickney, M. Lewis, M
Mortenson, P. Lewis, C. Odden, P. Toniatti, H. Enslow, M. McGuire. Broner, L. Schwyhart, M. Dierkes, L. Landon, D. Toby, V. Gadd, C
Row 2. S. Gilmore, D. Hartley, D. Rabin, C. Papenhause, A. Susoff, Miss Thompson.
Lanzarich, M. Krempetz, L. Behm, M. Traugoft, S. Macy, E. Plessner.
"Follow me, girls" "One and two and . . . "
Row 1. L. Eisenhart, P. Bartow, M. Kcllicm, C. Lindskog, K, Krutr- Kane, C. Pierce, C. Allan, J. Davis, M. VanGiesen, S. Calkins, Miss
schnitt, C. Eppes, J. Holsren, B. Ostroff, K. Lanstyak, E. Toriello. O'Nions, S. Zugay, C. Clabough, J. Altieri, C. Rowecnd, J. Royker,
Row 2: M. Maskevich, S. Holmes, L. Bale, S. Kane, V. Schmidt, R. C. Williams, J. Borich.
Row l:,B. Quinby, L. Benson, P. Tenney, M. Kalliam, M. C. Leavy. Row 3: K. Lansfyok, S. Badt, B. Kaufman, A.
Hettinger, D. Cantua, P. Doll, C. Simmons, J. Tallman. Fay, C. Pierce, P. Reed, K. Kalb, S. Viersen, C. Taylor,
Row 2: J. Saladin, G. Hardesiy, S. Langley, K. Zugcy, L. D. Campcgna, C. King, R. Young, C. Lindskog, J. Barich,
Campbell, P. Henry, A. Lanzarich, L. Bale, V. Schmidt, E. Toriello,
"Our of my way, out of my way . . . !" "This is volleyball-not balle1l"
Row 1: B. Hilpisch, C. Lindskog, K. Lanstyak, E. Toriello, L. Eisenhart, Tagliafico, E. Swanson, J. Romey, B. Barchers, D. Dyson, S. Robert-
P. Tenney, M. Kalliam, B. Quinby, G. Hardesty, J. Wolfe, A. Di- son, S. Bacli, J. Barich, C. Allan, C. Pierce, J. Davis, M. Hornung
Georgie, S. Simmons, L. Benson. Row 2: N. Slavic, B. Mirch, C. King, M. Lewicki, A. Faye, P. Kueffer, B. Greenhill, K. King, L. Bale, P. Doll
S. Burnham, S. Nichols, C. Wirgler, C. Williams, R, Kane, S. Kane, K. Strawsburg, K. Kromhout, J. Singleton, L. Campbell, C. Clabough
- P. H A L nzarich, D. Bremer, J. Van Bakel, Miss Jones.
J. Tallman, C. Leavy, P. Reed, P. Abraham, Y. Garrett. Row 3. D. enry, . o
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With fondest hopes that this yearbook will remain a memorable treasure of your high
school year, we, the 1964 yearbook editors, wish to express our deep gratitude to the follow-
ing people for their unlimited time, support, and understanding in the creation of this 1964 EI cy'-Sv
Tesoro, and to Mr. Parker, our adviser, whose unfaltering support and kindness made this year- '
book possible. e GP
Carolyn Dowd 'and Maryann McKay V 3,3 qw l
Co-editors of the yearbook ,Y X UR A
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Faculty ..... .... S heri Hermansen, Sue Krough
Activities. . . ............. Barbara Barnes ily
Classes ...... .. .Marti Barr, Daralyn Cranert N Q, i
Boys' Sports .... ..... J on Dailey, Jon Woolf A
Girls' Sports ......... ...... L inda Nordstrom ' i
Copy Editor ........... ......... S usan Cohn by-' y
Student Photographer .... .... L arry MacDonald GX
Business Manager ...... ...... P enni Friend
We also wish to thank Mr. David Vickery of the Kee Coleman Studios and Mr. James
DeGraw of the Taylor Publishing Company for their professional assistance.
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