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Show Hide text for 1954 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 144 of the 1954 volume: “ f $% V .K V X l A . SCh vj» o ; . K K) if iaP SiA - - rr e - ' r -f W jfju cJ cJus w fen Tt t tf(o- Cdzfc£ fe ? c f orewor d our theme for the " 54 " arcadian is " ten little indians. " when you read this yearbook and look at the pictures, you will notice that it is often referred to as the " apache reservation. " the purpose of the book, is to relate campus life during the past year, we sincerely hope you enjoy for years to come this " 54 " arcadian just as much as we, the annual staff, have enjoyed assembling and putting out this yearbook for you. I arcadia high schoo a read id California pot patterson, editor-in-chief carol pctul, assistant editor betty furgerson, business manager at eaton, assistant business manager roger rutherforo , sports editor rofland corpe, sports editor nancy helwig, girts sports editor arm reese, activities editor bill mc coughey, photographic editor dedication we dedicate our 54 arcadian to our principal, charles e. Wallace, for his tremendous co- operation and helpfulness in the hardest job as " big chief " of the apache tribe, during the beginning years of arcadia high, in which he has been our principal, mr. Wallace has contributed more than anyone else toward making this one of the best high schools in the country reservation ten little indians — our theme for this year- for kicks and memories just start right here. — i:%lti nine little indians who represent our classes, hope each apache in every subject passes student , ' .» •!•• ' ♦ ' . ' ••II. ■, president stan lamb vice president rex bunde historian loren brodhead treasurer mike cory 10 counc commissioner of buildings don ferguson commissioner of athletics dave schaeffer pep commissioner pat pratt rally commissioner sonya davison pictured above is a typical student council meeting where officers and class representatives discuss and act on school problems. 11 unior o president dove schaffer .i::- ■■ .::. vice president su|enna anderson secretary carol knutson treasurer dwight cocke 12 the |umor representatives are, left to right: paul dyer, nancy reed, gail sinkule, howard eldredge. u. abilo p. agajanian j. aiken j. alien s. anderson r. anrhony d. auten b. aylmer b. bailey I. balser j. barnes d. bartholomew m. bassford I. bales e. beard n. blake I. bose i. bensen c. berghofer s. bey p. botts d. breeden m. brinson r. black b. blanchord a. brodhead I. broadhead t. brooks b. brown h. brown I. brown p. burton b. bush s. calver e. Carlson r. carroll m. casey p. casner j. chasseur n. christensen h. dark r. clarkson b. dine 13 s. davison dearborn r. denver , de pyper b. dickey p. dyer m. esterbrook a. eaton j. eckermonn c. edson d. edwards m. eklund h. elgredge h. ellis g. closson d. cocke s. conrad c. cooper c. corpe m. cory b. covey r. covey croft cuccia p. cuellar b. cummings m. curry d. curtis d. david 14 t. ells p. elmore d. engelmann s. evjen c. ewan I. feldmann j. femino d. ferguson m. fiebelkorn d. fisher j. free c. frohlich A ' - --JBI b. ferguson d. gagliano s. galliher m. gear p. gettys g. gillette c. gougeon a. graves b. griffitts p. green I. gregg h. griffin j. gruben p. hadley e. hamilton d. hansen m. hansen d. hording I. huff hughes I. hughes w. hunt m. huntley d. husband d. hyder d. hilfon b. Jackson I. jaffarian d. Jenkins c. Jensen k. Jensen m. Jensen c. Johnson m. Johnson t. Johnston p. jones s. jones v. jones c. kastler 15 d. matthes b. marsman j. mayo h. mead s. miclean b. miles I mischief r. moser g mykles b mc cooghey c. mc intyre g neff r. newton I. msbet s nitzkowski m noble s nourse r parker f. pasquarella j. patrick m. patterson p. penner b. perlmutter m. perry p. patterson d. peacock b. piwonka g. piano s. plaskett |. poole j. porter c. pedretti p. pratt s. price d. prior b. putnam c. quenzler b. ramsden b. randall j. raymond s. redmond n. reed I. reeves r reid n r. starkenburg p. Strauss g. strock m. sufcliffe e. swanson s. tallent c. zack j. zook c. zuerlein n. zinsmyer sopn officers president vie cuccia vice president sheila senders secretary mary lee owings treasurer dint harwick 20 the sophomore representatives are, left to right: marty kordick, fay senders, nancy perrine, john humble. d. adorns h. adams |. ahlroth m. alexander b. alien b. alien g. allison j. allison j. ames c. anderson d. anderson b. bollard h. barton AT t k. ange p. anglesea j. appleman a. atkinson bahruth bailey bailey m. bauer r. beauchemin b. berky b. baldwin I. ball t. berumen I. billman . blake p. bliss s. blyth s. bolduan d. bonds c. bonney c. booth r. bottema d. bowman d. bowman h. bramley m. brand d. brinkman h. bristol g. brokare b. brooks b. brown j. brown r. brown 21 j. delaney | JK • ' ■ m. dice r. diemert ' m. dinsmore c. dodson r. dombroski b. driver 09 b. duffy m _ _m r. duncon iBVv AjJ ' k. duntley j. dwyer k. eicher v=7 _._„ |. eisele d. elder r. ellis t. ells s. erickson I evans I. flanders w. forresr c. francis s french d. fudge c. gardner r. gardner d. gearhart d. geary t gerry b. garman d. garrick d. giger i. giles p. gillespie j. gilmour s. grant c. gray s. gray d. green griffith m. groom t. gross j. gruben j. goodwin w. qowern e. hansen s. hansen w. hanson r. hargetr g. harris d. harsen t. harry 23 c. harwick d hellervik w hawkes n helwig t. hemborg b henry p. keller i. keliy s. kennedy j. kettering j. kettering j. kettering b. k.rby m. knipstein e. kohl m. kordick m. kreinbring a. krell j. kroeger c. kumer e. lamont s. lancaster a. landini c. manetta m. manker d. lauderdate m. leiser e. leland j. leonard g. lilly b. lindbom d. Iloyd m. manning j. massey m. massey j. mackenzie d. mandella |. matheny mcclellan d. mccord r. mcdonald d. mcfall b. mcfeteridge d. mcginnis r. mclennan s. mcmillan d. mcmullen e. mcqueen y. metro s. mickelson r. mildon j. miller r, mills d. moore I. moore I. moran m. morris m. moser 25 26 d. nissen b. nottingham d. nottoli c. norman p. northcote r. moule r. newefl b. newman c. newman m. niemeyer c. nilsson s. nunnally d. olson m. owings j. pade I pulaski |. palmer m. papel p. peterson g. peltit g. parke pasley r. philp a. phillips d. phillips a. pingle ©. ' © e. pingle d. pilmer n. platford j. porteus j. portune r. powell r. puckett r. quay j. quiggle n. randle p. rausch j. raymond a. reese e. reeve w. redmon e. reno |. reynolds t, riegler g. richards r. riordon p. rippens j. roberts t. robertson £© 4 t. robillard b. rodgers |. rollings b. rollins a. romberger y. rossi e. rowland I. schoonmaker schott F. sanders s. sanders d. santo m. schuberi r. schmuck s. schield c. sawyer b. schoenhols b. schuchholz r. seedorf e. seidner s. sencer n. severtson c. sheldon j. sheldon c. shelley I. sible g. silva j. simmons a. simmons d. Simpson p. slough a. smith g. smith j. smith k. smith m. smith n. smith r. smith 27 m. weiser wellmgham d. wesser b. wettig r. white m. whitley d. wilhams r. Williams j. woods g. woodward d. wurtz . yates g. yates d. yerkes b. young 29 ros oTTicers president John lindell vice president doug nanninga 1 x secretary gloria geisler treasurer larry martin 30 the freshman representatives are, left to right: steve grant, bonme geffeney, |ean alley, jay heckman. I. obtla k. abrahamson m. acampora j. albi l. albi m. alley j. allingham a. allison j. allison I. amador |. anderson r. andrews r. andrews g. antista t. armstrong b. barber b. barclay m. ashley c. astone b. baker b. barren g. barron m. baurn s. beal b bonnie r. beauchemin a banks b. beaudette e. beck b. bell v. benedict |. bennett r. bensen c. beuMer k. bicktey j. biffle a. bishop j. bishop b. black b. black m. marian p. boiler a. bonfiglio c. boughner c. bowden c. bowler 31 k. crest c. crest I. crooks d. croa crutchfield c. cubba 1. cubba s. cumins b. cummings e. cummings 1 " » k. Cunningham |. cume ■ A d. daniel r. danielson r. david d. davis s. day V ' Tk g. de gero m. de orio b. dickey r. diemert r. dills dinsmore g. dittmar g. douglas s draper v. elder b. eldredge p. elias d. evons a. finnerty c. fisher d. fisher b. flahive w. fleming c. fontaine b. footitt t. forbes |. foye g. fraisl d. francisco I. franco w. frickle s. frisbie g. fulfz i- fundenburg s. galliher 33 e. gene k. gettys c. gibbons i. giles s. gilmore c. gallo r. garcia s. gates b. geffeney g. geisler j. geivet d, gilmour g. ginthner a. gish p. glafcke j. goldman I. golisch f. goodson t. gore j. gorjans 34 i. hansen t. harkness d. harmer w. harris r. harter s. hatter d. haubelt p. havens r. heale j. heckman d. heffner j. heidtike j. haack p. hall r. hall b. hamilton h. hand d. heilman b. heitman f. hejtmanck w. helm c. hendrixson t. hernandez b. hertzig s. hilgers h. hofman b. hohlt c. holcomb r . hopkins c. hopper b. horn c. huff j. Johnson k. Johnson b. Johnston j. Johnston b. jones d. jones r. jones j. jacobi b. Jacobs |. |ordan d. karotick r. katzman k. kelteher b. kelly j. kelsey j. kenney b. kerske p. killeen t. king r. kirby m. kirchner c. klinger m. kloezeman b- kniffin 35 b. mc pherson g. maddock m. madinger d. malloy . manly j. monn marchond j. mark g. marlow 1. martin ■1 •■ r. martin r. martin at! r. martin n. mossa l_ matthews c. mayne s. melton c. miller d. miller r. miller s. miller r. mills k. mystic d. nanninga v. nelsen j. nelson I. nelson n. montgomery j. nicolais j. norris g. northcote r. norton j. nourse c. orr |. osborn k. ostrem r. pace p. parker I. pash h. pasquarella 37 k. salley g. salyer b. san filippo g. san filippo s. scanlon p. schenck d. schlerry d. Schmidt I shoemaker d. schroer c. schurter d. schwab p. semse j. sharpe v sheehan d. shirley j. shuler m. siegel b. simon e. simon d. simons r. sirkegian m, sitton h. skraypezak I. sparks s. spaulding m. spencer . smeenge c. smith p. spencer v. spencer b. spicer spratling j. stadley j. stately r. steinbrenner d . stepan t. Stephen f. smith j. Stevens m. Stevens r. Stevens I. Stewart b. stoltze r. strong a. sullivan i. swanson e. thomas j. thornhil! g. tickemyer r. timroth 39 m. Todd g. tompkins treece v. Treece p. Tremayne e. Trent d. wullner p. wunderlich b. ybarra d. yost d. yosT " , youngson sn lai k itQ sportsmen $4 OOKS k. a. graves j. tatum b rains • ) «4i l i gregg — h. eldredge the most J ! A g. sinkule — b. nye spirit s. anderson — d. cocke personality n. reed these are the results of our popularity poll, the students pictured above are our " ten most popu- lar little indians. " they were chosen by ballot, then the ballots were tabulated by the annual staff, we hope you enjoy this new page in the annual. p. hebing 41 counci s 42 eighv little indians dashing to their clubs, a.h.s has many — big wheels, spokes, and hubs. represented in the following division is a cross section of a.h.s. ' s students, all of whom have something in common — they belong to one or more of the 25 clubs formed on campus, some of the pictures are of club meetings, while others are of activities sponsored by a speci- fic organization. radio club 44 Spanish club drill team (tom-toms) 45 i XA lW 46 VA. junior red cross key club german club jmHBHI 48 rifle club g.a.a • • ■-• ; 1 ' - ' " ' ' ' ' , ' I I I I I M 7 scholarship club 49 french club 50 creative writing chess club duchesses 51 seven little indians discussing our school ' s features; noon dances, movies, snack bar — plus loads of cra-a-a-zy teachers. vice principal otto roemmich mr. otto roemmich has one of the hardest jobs at arcadia, yet his en- thusiasm for our school and his desire to make it better never wavers, some- how he manages to forgive the dif- ficulties we have caused him and is our friend the next time we meet him. pnncipa charles wanace during his two years at arcadia mr. charles Wallace has proved himself a capable and experienced admin- istrator, as principal, he is constantly in contact with the students and their affairs. In all activities mr. Wallace has unfailingly demonstrated an enthusiastic spirit, genial person- ality, and unbiased attitude. i VMM 54 eans t dean of boys iohn butler dean of girls ruth calvert known for their keen interest in the individual student and in student affairs, mrs. ruth calvert and mr. John butler are outstanding figures on the campus, unselfishly and willingly they give their advice and time to the boys and girls, they have won a definite place in our memories. ably assisting them in the schools guidance program are the four grade counselors: mrs. marian bianchi, mr. cecil cushman, mrs. carol carlson, mr. Sylvester patrick. counselors 55 office assistants attendance supervisor mr. c. d. wardell keeping things going are our competent secretaries: mr. d. bishop, mrs. m. egan, mrs. g. puett, and mrs. s. richards. nurse mrs. e. bracher student store manager mrs. g. waterhouse superintendent of schools dr. norvell r. dice, the superin- tendent of the arcadia unified school district, has made many friends the five years he has been in our district and is to be highly commended on his won- derful work with the young people. board of education pictured above the arcadia board of education formulates school policies and fur- nishes students with the utmost in educational facilities: dr. norvell dice, mrs. louise j. schubert, mr. charles a. anderson, mrs. j. t. simpson, mr. oliver s. northcote, mr. henry s. molino, mr. John I. nourse, and mr. george d. nickel. 57 mr. davies commercial mr. black commercial mr. kuttruff commercial mr. potter commercial miss ware commercial faculty mrs. beckman homemaking mrs. diesen librarian 4 V L : ?s : f5vi: V. miss lynch art 58 mrs. blaha english mrs. Carroll english mr. greene english mr. howarth english miss learned english mr. e. lucas english miss muirhead english mrs. rasmussen english mr. savage english faculty 4 mr. wilson english mr. boyer music mr. neumeister mr. wood music music mrs. doeppner mrs. dumbacher mrs. stoner mr. tomlinson mrs. bianchi foreign language foreign language foreign language foreign language foreign language X A 59 mr. harver math m ■ mA mr. Jenkins math mr. patrick math mr. shragg math mr. wisgerhoff math faculty mrs. dark girls p.e. miss millard girls p.e. miss powell girls p.e. 60 mr. beyer boys p.e. mr. bilbrey boys p.e. mr. cushman boys p.e. mr. putman boys p.e. mr. hoffman boys p.e. mr, : sec o mrs. carlson science mr. crane science mr. Jackson science mr. bovie science faculty mr. buell science mr. onderdonk industrial arts mr. pelka industrial arts mr. stanger industrial arts , mr. nordvold industrial arts mr. acton social sturies mrs. adams social studies mr. I. lucas social studies mr. mckibben social studies mr. shortell social studies 61 warriors six little warriors on the tennis courts, baseball diamond, football field — they represent boy ' s sports! the football team this year was un der the direction of coach cecil cushman and assistant John hoffman. the annual staff believes that coaches cushman and hoffman deserve a lot of credit for all of the time and effort they put forth in trying to better arcadia ' s football team. Mi coach hoffman mm WBRM m i r alhambra 45 arcadia although they didn ' t win a ball game, the spirit and sportsman- ship of the arcadia football team this year was tremendous, all of the schools which arcadia played commented favorably on the apache spirit on the football field, in the cheering section, and in the bleachers, the four outstanding players on the arcadia varsity football squad were milt pettit, who was chosen for the second team in the all pacific league football team selection; jim tatum, who received honorable mention; and bob bailey and alan graves who were voted by the varsity team as co-c aptains of the year. F« S J , whittier 47 V- arcadio eddie rowland dick reimers .m howard eldredge lewis brown m collier - ijgm -a ' - v % « ■ ' 5$ ' ' ■ ' ■ ' ■ ' " ' ■ ' 3 " ' B ' " ™ V ■ ' ■ ' ■ ' " ' V ' • : «5y i!fv ' 359S V£j»» fc-v? 7 isVtaKRfx P-w?»j jSr ' n ■ 3y-;y. r Jmd m ria ' rk keppel 25 orcodia pF ■J ' B stan lamb varsity football squad from left to right: 1st row: b. nye, d. schaeffer, j, russell, d. reimers, j. hughes, d. whitehead, j. garfield, b. covey, 2nd row: k. smith, I. brown, h. eldredge, d. de benedict, b. northrup, L. bose, j. collier, s. lamb. 3rd row: t. Johnston, a. graves, b. bailey, r. powell, m. noble, c. corpe, j.tatum. 4th row: c. strawn, manager; e. lehman, e. rowland, p. dyer, p. hadley, m. pettit, c. bonney, manager. managers, carl bonney, charles strawn, and jim smingee. mr, mack jayvees coach bilbrey tayvee football squad from left to right: t. robillard, d. engelmann, d. santo, d. woodruff, b. stadley, j. butts, j. mcclellan, d. Curtis, second row: b. lindblom, h. pasquarella, |. mahaylo, t. robertson, d. redman, d. Schmidt, I. hughes, b. miles, third row: b. beauchemin, t. forbes, u. abila, b. marsman, e. drake, d. manookian, t. stoll. fourth row: b. kerske, I. kays, b. brooks, g. allison, I. feldman, m. leland, c. newman. fifth row: coach bilbrey, b. Campbell, b. sharpe, s. mcmillan, f. pasquarella, t. geffeney, r. denver. the jv football team this year was coached by John bilbrey. although the jayvees won only two out of nine, the highlights of the season came as they defeated California whittier, 13-6, and el monte, 6-0. the jv team is composed of boys who are gaining experience to make up the future varsity squad, at the end of the season dick woodruff and les feldman were chosen co-captains. b e e s first row, left to right: I. shotton, g. baron, d. martin, r. butcher, m. kordick, b. allan, b. ferguson, j. lawson. second row: p. northcote, r. dombroski, d. mattes, t. dow, c. cubba, w, mc cor- mick, j. allison, d. cocke. third row: j. Iindell, j. harsen, m. Stevens, j. carlton, r. seedorf, r. rittenhouse. fourth row: m. whitley, I. brodhead, r. hilgers, t. waskins, j. days, r. pursley, g. waston, r. rittenhouse. fifth row: d. brook, r. kronquist, c. harwick, d. jones, j. dark, d. venegoni. sixth row: v. cuccia, b. mac caughey, f. rush, b. vorwirk, t. brooks, coach torn putman. the apache bees scored 57 points in their ' 53 season, more than any other arcadia grid team, their only win however, was a hard fought, 7-6 battle over rosemead. the two co-captains were ray dombroski and ronnie kronquist. the bees were coached again by torn putman who is serving his third year here. ! ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ • ,% ♦♦!♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ' . coach John black the cee football team this year was under the direction of coach John black, co-cap- tains were art atkinson and don wesser. mike deorio was voted the most valuable player of the cee team, while red strong was voted the most improved player of the year and charles hicks and don wesser were named the most outstanding athletes of the squad. row one, left to right: eric cummings, torn mckibeen, gary lauman, forest smith, renard danielson, duke harbelt, glen lilly, george porker. row two: dick heilman, dale daniel, John jacobi, John covery, leslie rush, bob carlston, ronnie norton, red strong. row three: bob tross, dave Schmidt, torn hemborg, charles hicks, bob rollins, don fisher. row four: Steve hilgers, charles liberto, jim grueben, wayne hughes, bill eldredge. row five: John nourse, doug nanninga, leonard coultas, dick gear, art atkinson, don wesser, bert mckibben. 73 arcadias first varsity basket- ball team coached by mr. byer turned in a fair showing for the season, they collected only five wins, including a big league victory over monrovia. however, they lost a couple of heart- breakers to mark keppel, by one and three points respec- tively, alan graves was elected captain for the season after the final contest. coach norman byer scores league scores arcadia opponent 21 alhambra 57 39 el monte 48 56 monrovia 50 40 whittier 70 39 rosemead 73 56 mark keppel 57 54 alhambra 76 47 el monte 52 40 monrovia 54 50 whittier 78 47 rosemead 78 52 mark keppel 55 paul dyer roger lantz sian lamb howard eldredge mike corey les feldman zeke schoenhals 75 b ee cagers A v. V Z league scores: alhambra 67 arcadia 43 el monte 55 arcadia 44 monrovia 67 arcadia 37 whittier 82 arcadia 37 arcadia 45 rosemead 43 mark keppel 55 arcadia 39 alhambra 67 arcadia 52 el monte 55 arcadia 44 monrovia 53 arcadia 40 whittier 79 arcadia 42 rosemead 53 arcadia 34 mark keppel 66 arcadia 48 1st row, left to right: j. stately, manager, d. cocke, m. casey, g. gillette, t. dow, m. Stevens. 2nd row: r. milden, c. shoemaker, c. harwick, j. clarke, b. alien, n. randle, j. carlton. 3rd row: g. mcdonald, j. solhiem, e. horacheck, b. cummings, b. barren, m. kordick, t. gore, r. hunter, coach Jackson. 77 front row, left to right: h. hofmon, t. mckibben, b- mckinley, a. Stevens, j. matheny, d. gear, m. bauer, j. fenton. second row: coach pelka, j. nourse, d. olson, j. foye, j. bennett, b. eldrege, d. lauderdale, g. tompkrns, d. pratt. cee league scores alhambra 42 arcadia 16 el monte 50 arcadia 23 monrovia 24 arcadia 12 whi+tier 38 arcadia 12 rosemead 32 arcadia 23 mark keppel 37 arcadia 14 alhambra 36 arcadia 14 monrovia 36 arcadia 21 whittier 71 arcadia 15 rosemead 42 arcadia 38 el monte 44 arcadia 23 mark keppel 33 arcadia 22 dee league scores arcadia 32 alhambra 26 arcadia 22 el monte 17 monrovia 34 arcadia 21 whittier 41 arcadia 32 arcadia 37 rosemead 35 arcadia 21 mark keppel 20 arcadia 29 alhambra 20 monrovia 18 arcadia 13 whittier 37 arcadia 20 arcadia 34 rosemead 32 el monte 27 arcadia 26 arcadia 36 mark keppel 31 t©e e pp pc p front row, left to right: s. mcglasson, j. rudden, j, jacobi, m. boum, d. harmer, p. senise, a. banks, e. trent, . haack, r. beauchemm. second row: coach pelka, b. mccormick, b. langsner, d. covey, r. williams, k. kreut, r. coates, d. yost, d. daniel, j. cole, r. gardener, g. brokate, d. maldy, d. pratt C e e and d e e h o o P s t e r s 78 up and over goes frack although the apaches weren ' t ex- pected to do too well in league competition after being swamped by monrovia, it was expected that many varsity performers would turn in excellent performances before the end of the season, the varsity team was coached by mr. torn putman, mr. robert Jackson and mr. John black. iTHiniCOEPT. :hes A.MA. t torn robil lard, don schmidt dave pilmer, lew brown dean de benedet ronnie drake jerry hubley, bob miles, scott mcmillan bob bush alan graves dick reimers 80 absent: kirby smith on the mark, get set- left to right, 1st row: f. rush, |. bryant, j. alien, j. harsen, d. cocke, r. denver, d. venegoni, j. lawson. 2nd row: p. casner, m. uhl, e. reno, g. zucca, d. natoli, g. borron, b. lammedee, m. Stevens, d. brooks, j. free. 3rd row: c. corpe, mgr ; r. hilgers, w. forrest, j. ahlroth, b- brooks, I, broadhead, j. carlton, m. kordick, m. rumbough, b. hoilton, c. bonney, mgr. the bees didn ' t do too well when they encountered el monte and monrovia, but they overcame the alhambra tracksters by a score of 51 1 3 to 43 2.3. (at press time the track season was half completed and the staff regrets that no later informa- tion was available.) bee track ;:■:: 1st row: d. olson, d. herbelin, w. gowern, j, eoton, v. spencer, t. boswell, a. Stevens. 2nd row: r. |ones, d. fisher, d. wesser, g. Iilly, a. atkinson, b. eldredge, j. nource, r. Williams, j, moore, j. fenton. 3rd row: c. corpe, mgr., s. hilger, d. gear, j. covey, f. smith, h. hofman, c. hicks, r. hargett, g. tickemyer, c. bonney, mgr. iones takes off 82 atkinson, herbelin, olsen, and moore take a fast lap. the cees have been able to cop one league win from alhambra and put up a good showing against el monte and monrovia. art atkinson has come forth as one of the outstanding leaders of the cee squad by taking one win against alhambra, second place against el monte and a first against monrovia. (at press time he was high-point man.) cee and dee track after starting the season off rather poorly, the var- sity then came back for their first victory of the season against the monrovia wildcats, 10 to 0, in the consolation round of the rosemead high school baseball tourney, this convincing victory was high- lighted by Steve sencer ' s fine three hit pitching, at the " arcadian " press time, the apaches stood at one win and seven losses, including two hard-luck losses to redlands and claremont by one run. coach |ohn bilbrey demonstrates bunting technique. :. ' ri y- jinsl mint £4i hard-hitting outfielders mickey noble, bill cummings, burton pierce, swing through. ;e left to right, bottom row: b. pierce, c. hardwick, d. schaeffer, w. helm, s. sencer, I. shotten. middle row: coach bilbrey, b. randall, d. hilton, p. dyer, [. gruben, j. tatum, b. covey, top row: e. faith, f. pasquerella, b. cummings, b. schoendals, m. pettit, m. noble, h. chozen, h. pasquerella. 83 shortstop dave schaeffer 2nd base harvey chosen pitcher steve sencer 3rd base wayne helm 1 st base paul dyer catcher milt pettit pitcher dint harwi pitcher jim tatum - v nine this year, because of the large turnout, coach marty pelka divided his team into two squads, the regulars and the reserves (pictured above). an el monte player goes down swinging regular jayvee members shown above include: front row, left to right: j. lindell, t. king, b. bryant, r. norton, I. grund. second row: n. randle, r. peake, d. verhoef, b. tross, j. methany, unidenti- fied, j. Stewart. back row: d. manookian, t. Johnson, j. macdonald, j. porteous, g. walton, g. dittmar, d. schwab, m. reichert. 85 coach cecil cushman ' s varsity golfers, with r. clarkson as first man and b. roether in second spot, have done very well this year, having defeated, among others, the monrovia wildcats and the chaffey tigers, and have tied with the John muir mus- tangs in northern section c.i.f. free-lance play. 86 r. clarkson tennis pictured above is the |ayvee tennis squad, coached by mr. ray potter left to right, back row: r. seedorf, j. foye, t. pittit, m. todd, j. leonard. front row: w. calloway, j. heckman, j. Johnson, d. marchand. missing, d. daniel. the apache varsity tennis team has been very successful up to the time that this was written, winning five matches and losing only one. among their victims are redlands, claremont, muir, and citrus, members of the squad are richard leach, John raymond, mike cory, rex bunde, torn hemborg, mel manker, phil north- cote, don ferguson, and george parker. they were coached by mr. gene byer. ase A vu 1 1 coach potter 87 ma ens 88 five little injun ' squaws letting arrows fly from bows strung taut as rawhide — thud, five arrows hit bullseye! speed ball girls enjoy a good game of speed-ball which is similar to football, but certainly not as rough. mrs m. dark she is doing a very excellent job with the tom-tom girls and modern dance groups, as well as with her p.e. classes. miss o. powell those archery students can sure make the bulls ' eyes, thanks to miss powell. , J 90 miss m. millard although this is miss millard ' s first year at arcadia hi, she has carried on just as though she had always been here. d a forward pass is blocked by one of monrovia ' s guards during the play day which a.h.s and mon- rovia held here in October. basketba modern dance nobody knows the trouble i ve seen as interpreted by modern dance: s. bolduan, k. bickley, d. bonds, p. botts, m. brinson, j. brown, m. byrne, rr. camarata, p. dolan, c. edson, m. ecklund, d. galiano, m. hansen, w. harris, n. helwig, b. hertzig, j. huff, k. Jensen, s. Jones, p. keller, a. luzader, b. mathews, c. mc intyre, r. newton, I. nisbet, s. nitskowski, j. o ' grady, j. palmer, p. patterson, p. penner, p. pratt, s. schield, I, schoonmaker, j. schrieber, g. sinkule, b. sloan, i. Sullivan, s. turner, j. wood, r. wolfe, y. yerkes. hit a homer! girl ' s p.e. softball classes make like female horsehiders as they bat in the runs, pick up the grounders, and retire the sides. we wish to thank mrs. phillip, who is custodian of the girl ' s locker room, for the wonderful job she has done this past year. trampoline up she goes! girls enjoy the trampoline during their p.e. classes, some of the fundamentals that the girls learn on the tramp are the backward flip, knee drop, straddle touch, and seat drop. voney ba set it up! this was one of the many expressions that could be heard on the volley ball courts as the p.e. girls battled toward scoring against their opponents. trib a music 94 four little indians havin ' loads of fun. they ' re blowin ' on the trumpets and beatin ' on the drums. 4f m ' s4 i A ft : V » • - e -. ■• ; y motnmi mow :t:is; 3 ' U. J ■ was i f song leaders leading apache songs were mana lamatnce, pat lewis, peggy shell ey, roxanne hubinger, and pat wynn. keeping apache spirits high was the duty of lohnnie humble. torn - torn girls performing during half-time activities and on numerous other occasions were the tom-tom girls under the direction of mrs. clarke: m. arnold, m. bailey, b. berky, a. brodhead, n. blake, s. swanson, s. davison, m. dice, d. elder, j. fnck, I. flanders, c. gardner, s. hansen, d. hording, b. hurst, v. jones, i. kelly, j. krueger, m. lancaster, s. lancaster, j. mack, h. mead, j. massey, m. massey, I. maloney, y. metro, s. nunnally, b. piwonka, s. pettit, n. reid, e. reeve, s. riebold, j. rowe, s. sanders, c. shelley, j. thompson, m. tillotson, v. walker, c. wellingham, |. white, and c. zuerloin. , JFi$ T •• ' ' ■ ' -■ ' ' ' ■. ore hestra once again orchestra director, mr. francis boyer, helped us maintain our exceptional record of performances in school functions and in competition with various other musical organizations about southern California. I new zest and outstanding talent came to arcadia this year in the person of mr. manly wood, now an established figure on the campus, mr. wood has led our band to new heights of achievement. 98 concert band band and majorettes under the direction of mr. manley wood, the apache band ' s high spirit and pep, marches on. among the many parades, performances and half-time activities, the band proceeded to win, for the second time, the sweepstake award at huntington beach, leading the gala events were the high-stepping majorettes, betty furgerson, vickie maddis, and phyllis burton. i acappella from the down beat, the acappella choir continues to bring fame to arcadia hi. their per- formances have been among the outstanding achievements attained by the vocal music department, under the guidance of mr. James neumeister, the acappella time and again proved its excellence in singing for many public functions. - ri choral groups among the other fine musical groups are the girls glee, boys glee, mixed chorus, and the double octet, with their participation in singing for pleasure and enjoyment, they have learned the fundamentals of good singing and tone production, their most important appearance of the year was in the " messiah " for which they reecived many compliments. pow wows three little indians dancin ' frantic jive, man, those cool apaches really act alive! ■ A 1 P c among the many highlights of the first semester were the turkey trot, which was the annual back- wards dance, the freshman dance, held in honor of our youngest class; and the sophomore party, at which everyone sported very informal attire, including the girls who appeared in blue jeans and pedal-pushers, enjoyed by all who attend- ed, the dances proved to be a great success. M ' 104 a.h.s. apaches swooned and swayed to the danceable music of bob abbey ' s band as the an- nual christmas dance, depicting the theme " candy cane lane, " got into full swing on december 18, 1953. 105 o c V a a great variety of campus activities has made this past year one of the best as far as social life goes, a spring fashion assembly and a father-daughter ban- quet, both sponsored by the girls ' league, were two of the highlights in the latter part of the year, the " come as a song " ball, at which nearly everyone sported crazy costumes, also was a huge success, " car of the year, " belonging to bart brown, was elected b y the " arcadian " staff after careful considera- tion of all the cars in the school park- ing lot. 107 more run d many kicks and swell times are continued on this page, marilou morris and dint harwick are " livin it up " at the sophomore party while campus warbler, shirley logsden, " gives out " with " stormy weather. " alan graves hands the crosstown trophy to ken meyers, monrovias star athlete, as roger lantz of arcadia looks on. a.h.s. ' s prize- winning band marches in formation preparing for a music festival in montebello. 108 our |unior class has had a swell year, with all its parties and other activities, the junior class held its first dance this year on friday, march 5, with smokey wiltse spin- ning the discs, the junior prom planning committee did a very good job this year to make our junior prom such a success. although school facilities for assem- blies were rather limited this year, apaches, nevertheless, had numer- ous chances to enjoy changes of scenery by going to many different types, literary awards, basketball, d.a.r., fashion, and pep assemblies were just some which students at- tended. members of the jesters are caught by the camera in three of their performances, apaches had their first chance to see the jesters in action on november 23 and 24. mr. wilson is to be con- gratulated for the fine work he has done with his second year dramatic class as well as with his first year classes, the jesters are to be com- mended on the fine performances they have presented for the apaches this past year. 9 ' ©9 a girls ' football game, a contest for mr. basket- ball legs of ' 54, and " gorgeous " visiting yell leaders were among the features of this years ' pep rallies, many new yells were introduced and a.h.s. ' enthusiastic students cheered them with all the energy and fervor they muster. r for to -- h :: ;.: arcadian publications members of the " arcadian " have been busy this year, taking pictures, planning pages, writing copy, and attempting to meet deadlines in order that students might have this souvenir of their high school days. the pow wow staff which is responsible for putting out the bi-weekly newspaper, had two editorial staffs, one for each semester. the annual staff as well as the student body commends them on their fine pro- duction of the paper and cooperation to promote school activities during the year. — -■ apache snaps 14 two little indians takin ' crazy shots, check these informals — hooe you like them lots! ' ■ ' I s I ? " informal snaps „o s x? r % - 3 jxteo ded nch s t to th e 6, °% eo be ' dcW bV c 4 ¥ Cl bo ' x o op V; » „ o ' oO " K ,-A infi orma snaps YA o9 ty o o nforma snaps par ty tinu • roro here o e er V 118 V p inf orma snaps o - Te ef op 119 wampum k maKers 120 one little indian left on the reservation he ' s |ust finished selling ads. now he ' s ready for vacation. _ " - " : ■ OdJtefcnA HO U F ' URIVISHIIMGS a roy long ' s men ' s shop 36 e. Huntington dr. do 7-3271 brejon ' s furniture 524 s. first ave. do 7-701 dsons -5 p A VIDSur.- „u«P« P ««TS TEL6HS.OH VMj m !1 1 Efl i davidson ' s paint 1310 s. baldwin ave. do 7-4365 arcadia feed and seed 145 e. huntington dr. do 7-2408 I? 3 nash ' s 325 so. baldwin do 6-3131 braeger ' s shoes 1313 so. baldwin do 7-4281 congratulations! on your third year . . . and your third yearbook follow the arcadia high school news in the tribune and bulletin 123 rickards ' bake shop 666 w. duarte rd. do 7-1502 arcadia t. v. center 129 e. huntington dr. do 7-9515 local auto and sport 1312 so. baldwin ave. do. 7-6467 tots to teens 26 e. huntington dr. do 7-2893 J IlH juxi - otts and UJ ddinq s JJ PHOTOGRRPHY 2J 142 ERST HUminGTOn DR. Ql wa RRCRDIB rtuynB DO. 7-1497 DO. 6-2365 12- arcadia hardware 52 e. huntington dr. do. 7-2434 u. s. national bank 1 28. e. huntington dr. do 7-2111 smart shop 1 24 e. huntington dr. do 7-3641 arcadia stationers 12 n. first ave. do 7-3092 125 engle pharmacy 34 e. hunfington dr. do 7-8105 west arcadia upholstery 834 s. baldwin ave. do 7-5874 best wishes to a growing school in a growing community arcadia chamber of commerce cliffs mens store 28 e. huntington dr. do 7-4963 sip ' n a bite 14 e. huntington dr. do 7-0084 sullivan ' s paint - wallpaper douglas 6-21 16 25 s. first ave. arcadia, calif. sunshine ladies apparel " 30 n. 1st st. do-7-2262 shugert ' s house of toys 3 e. huntington dr. do-7-5385 .,..., tm k ♦ ■ .■- fOHVl arcadia music mart 21 e. huntington dr. do. 6-31 penney s 1 223 s. baldwin ave. do-7-4007 HRCHDIH LUMBER CO. ■ • Sit kJb. ■ 1 H0 " .V.: 68 1 SBBBBHf arcadia lumber co. 214 no. santa anita do 7-3531 arcadia florist 153 no. santa anita do 7-1000 sainich jewelers diamonds watches repairs do 7-3267 44 V 2 e. huntington dr. arcadia -for helpful assistance with: • color and decoration • contemporary design • draperies • interior design • upholstering consult artcraft interiors 19 ' 2 e. huntington do 7-7939 pearson s men s wear 1216 s. baldwin do 7-3134 ... 4ALNUT SUNDAE sno-white freeze 34 e. duarte do 7-9026 oak barber - beauty shop 1118 live oak ave. do 7-9026 cowles fashions 105 s. first ave. do 7-9274 Interior Adjustable SHUTTERS smr.1 iffires SALES S DISPLAY ROOM HERf shuttercraft 107 n. santa anita do 7-0831 si ERVICE frank g. roush, printer 530 n. first ave. do 7-2485 santa anita motors 134 e. huntington dr. do 7-8103 merry s women ' s apparel 16 n. first ave. do 7-4553 hegg plumbing 610 s. first ave. do 7-2757 santa anita florist 512 s. first ave. do 7-6915 mccrea welding 1 1 3 V 2 santa clara do 7-7748 a b c typewriter 324 e. huntington dr. do 6-1441 culligan ' s soft water 316 s. first ave. do. 6-3161 westerner restaurant 181 Colorado place do. 6-2626 for the best in groceries, meats royals market 1212 so. baldwin avenue, arcadia free delivery do. 7-9936 mrs. simmons pastry shop 11110 e. live oak do. 6-1562 san gabriel valley lumber co. 57 wheeler avenue arcadia, calif. do. 6-2147 131 wee yarn shop 308 n. first ave. do 7-6432 Winifred ' s apparel 214 s. first ave. do 7-7606 arcadia investment company home loans escrows do. 6-211 1 40 no. first avenue - arcadia, California piper music 9654 e. las tunas at 7-4944 industrial residential commercial phillips and Johnson sheet metal works 57 st. Joseph street arcadia, California do. 7-5730 russs garage russell sharkey, prop. complete automotive service do 6-2226 50 la porte st. arcadia, calif. 132 reserve this space for your best friends the wheelers arcadia sporting goods and camera shop 207 s first ave. do 7-4923 herb ' s friendly station 420 n. santa anita do 6-2968 v i ' -2KI hub hardware V V V ♦ 13 v -• ' ll! 1311 s. baldwin do 7-1591 arcadia half hour laundry 104 n. first ave. do 7-1921 arcadia small animal hospital 31 1 n. santa anita ave. do 7-2244 compliments of boiler, suttner and boiler 133 nicholson bros. ' speed shop 330 n. first ave. do 6-4044 tropical oeauty bazaar 230 n. first ave. do 7-9642 T ' I J hinshaws 1201 s. baldwin ave. do 7-3588 your out of town guests will enjoy staying at the westerner hotel 61 Colorado pi. do 7-3501 artisan 521 s. first ave. do 7-8310 COPPER .PJCTWE I « T vail s |ewelers 50 e. huntington dr. do 7-4319 p autographs 135 we of the annual staff wish to extend our appreciation and thanks to the follow- ing for all they ' ve done to help us produce this annual: sue wishek for her excellent cover design, patty slough for her cute and clever cartoons, ralph powell, bob bollard, and troy lemons for taking many of our pictures, mrs. gladys waterhouse for her assistance in many ways, and last but not least, bill Sunday and the arcadia tribune for the use of many photographs. jXcx t , fs ? J J Z z% - -J i e y, r SZ - sZA f $ l x _s st0ts j zs ? C « - - JZ — Cjnotker Of. (P. 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