Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, CA)
- Class of 1959
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We honor the more than five hundred and fifty
seniors who are being graduated in June of 1959,
for it is with this class that Arcadia High School
completes its first milestone in many years of its
educational service to the community. Members of
the class of 1955, the first graduating class of Ar-
cadia, are now completing their college careers and
thus offer the first opportunity for this relatively new
school to evaluate the adequacy of preparation
which these students received from the high school.
Others of this class have gone out into the adult
world and have become worthwhile members of
Since the inception of the high school, members of
the administrative, teaching, and non certificated
staffs have worked diligently to make this one of the
finest schools in Southern California. Members of the
Board of Education and the District Administrative
Staff have given unselfishly of their talents and time
in shaping policy and directives to implement the
development of the school. The school staff has
been so thorough in its planning of curriculum
offerings and school procedures that each year has
seen a marked improvement in educational climate.
With the completion, in 1954, of the final section of
the school plant as it stands today, student enroll-
ment was slightly less than seventeen hundred with
a staff of 84 teachers and administrators. At the
close of 1959 almost 2550 students and about 109
faculty members occupy this same campus.
Through the years, such strides had been made
not only in enlarging the number of course offerings
but improving the quality of instruction that by the
time the first seniors were graduated in 1955, their
high school training was accepted without question
by leading colleges and universities all over the
In 1957, far in advance of the popular demand for
more advanced courses for academically able stu-
dents, a pilot program of accelerated courses
was begun. ln 1958, a further refinement in class
scheduling and curriculum offerings also provided
a full range of courses for the average and less able
students who could also be challenged to develop
their individual abilities to the fullest extent.
Now, with the class of 1959 having completed its
iourney through public education provided by the
citizens of Arcadia, these young people go out into
the adult world better prepared than ever before
to take their places in society.
It is to this class which stands as a symbol of Ar-
cadia's coming of age that the 1959 Arcadian is
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Grassy lawns, beautiful expanses of ivy,
graceful shrubbery and rapidly growing
trees have made Arcadia High School
a campus of which residents and stu-
dents can iustly be proud. Now the
landscaping is maturing and has become
ci handsome frame for the modern archi-
tecture of the school.
Following the unification of the School
District and the passage of the necessary
bonds in 1950, construction was begun
on the first section of the school plant.
Two years later a second bond issue
provided funds for the completion of the
plant as it stands today. lt was not until
the fall of 1954 that the new Administra-
tion Building was occupied, the Adminis-
trators having been housed in what is
now the Home Economics house facing
While the building of the physical plant
otural brick exterior of the wld ind of the Admin-
stration Building is softened with iacaranda and maple
rees which accent the carpet of variegated ivy.
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advanced, so did the acquisition of a
competent staff, and the purchasing of
text books and resource materials to be
housed in the newly established lib .
ln the initial years, course study,
standards of grading, an accreditation
for the benefit of Arcadia graduates had
to be established. ,l N A
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AlThough I am anxuous To go back To
my counTry I am sorry To leave Arcadua
and my Amerucan Tamuly and Truends
Fruendshup us one of The mosT valuable
Thungs a person may have un hus lufe I
hope I have gauned your Truendshup and
I hope Thus wull noT end wuTh The endung
of Thus school year buT wull conTunue
I had a wonderful year un Arcadua and
un The Hugh School wuTh you
Loads of Thanks and love
T958 59 Turkush Exchange STudenT
Thus year as un The pasT exchange sTu
denTs from foreugn lands have spenT one
year as senuors on The Arcadua campus
In adduTuon an Arcadua uunuor has been
chosen To luve abroad durung The pre
vuous summer The Amerucan Fueld Ser
vuce us un charge of Thus program
Durung The school year of T958 59
Cahude lleru from Turkey and ITalo GaTTeu
from ITaIy were The exchange sTudenTs'
They have been guesTs un The homes oT
Arcadua resudenfs Ed Lolesku represenTed
Arcadua un Germany The prevuous sum
mer ParT of Theur expenses are defrayed
each year by The presenTaTuon of a sTu
denT TalenT show
I really had a wonderful Tume aT Arcadua
Hugh School I made many Truends and
we passed TogeTher a wonderful year
Many Thanks To all of Them and all The
Teachers who made easuer Tor me The
acquaunTmenT wuTh The Amerucan people
I wull always remember Arcadua Hugh
School Now The greaTesT ambuTuon of
mune us To come back To Arcadua once
agaun un my lufe
T958 59 lTaluan Exchange STudenT
I would luke To suncerely Thank The stu
denTs of Arcadua Hugh School for pro
vudung The opporTunuTy Tor me To repre
senT Them un Germany lasT summer IT
was quuTe an experuence To learn The
ways of The German people and I hope
Ive been able To convey some of Theur
Thoughfs and Teelungs To The general
sTudenT body as a whole
T958 Exchange STudenT To Germany
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Through the leadership of the Arcadia Board of Education, the
untiring efforts of the District Administrative staff, and thought-
ful planning and consideration of high school administrators and
staff members, gratifying strides have been made in the devel-
opment of the present plant and curriculum offerings.
Always with the best interests of students foremost in their
minds, the entire staff has labored long and hard to develop
course offerings which will challenge the individual abilities of
each student who has attended the high school since its incep-
tion. The planning of the physical plant, its enlargement, and
its adjustment to the needs of an expanding student body has
required many hours of extra effort on the part of all school
personnel who have been striving to make this one of the out-
standing high schools in California.
Beginning with only a handful of books, the present school
library now houses more than 9,000 references and recreational
reading volumes. In addition, some 70 magazines and per-
iodicals are provided for student use along with a rapidly ex-
panding resource file of phamphlets covering hundreds of
At the close of the l955 school year and with the graduation
of the first senior class, total enrollment was iust short of seven-
teen hundred. Five short years later, almost 2550 students meet
in classes daily on this same campus.
Because of the tremendous increase in enrollment which
brought classrooms to a 1001, capacity, it became necessary
to institute an extended day scheduling this year which brought
freshmen students on campus at i0 a.m., to remain until 4:30
p.m., with the three other classes remaining on regular schedule.
With constantly greater emphasis on strengthening the cur-
riculum, a pilot program of accelerated classes for more cap-
able learners was instituted in the 1957-1958 school year. D-ur-
ing the year iust closing, this program has been vastly expand-
ed to include English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Languages
and Science. A further refinement has been in the scheduling of
students in specialized classes, so as to achieve the most ideal
learning environment for all.
Truly, Arcadia High School has made remarkable advances in
education since that proud day in June 1955 when the first
graduating class marked the coming of age of a new high
school in the San Gabriel Valley.
Principal Elbert E. Souders, Assistant Principal Gerald Rayl, and Dr. W. R. Pat-
terson, Director of Counseling and Guidance at the High School, study blueprints
as they seek possible additional areas where classes may meet next year.
Board of Eclucahon
Wnth real concern for the educatuonal welfare of Arcadua
students members of the Board of Educatoon have spent
many hours consudermg problems of the Dlstruct Not
only have they met durmg regular Board meetmgs but
they have spent countless hours an the commumty clar
rfyung the needs of the schools to the crtrzens
Because of thear leadershlp throughout the years Ar
cadla ss known as a fme school system Overcrowdmg
at all grade levels has been studied and the Board has
adopted a plan provldmg for the contmuance of ex
tended day scheduling for the Hugh School next year
with added temporary housrng to provlde an adequate
number of classrooms
Harold Q Lertz
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Ear! S Rrcleer
ward L Bufferworf F W Cowmg
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Ilr. A. W Alisson
Ptannect ttze overall policy for ttze sctzoots operationp
Dr. William R. Staerkel, completing his sec-
ond year as Superintendent of the Arcadia
Unified School District, has done an out-
standing iob as chief administrative officer
for the schools.
One of his major concerns during the past
two years has been the continued strength-
ening ofthe curriculum at all grade levels so
as to better prepare students for the future.
Also working with members ofthe Board of
Education, as that group has had to consider
the problems created by over-crowded
schools, Dr. Staerkel has been able to pre-
sent many possible solutions for the Board's
His pleasant manner and earnest desire to
provide even better schools for Arcadia stu-
dents has made him many friends in the
Dr Wrttram M taer e
Henry S Malmo Dr Alton E Scott
E ucatmna Serwces BUSVWQSS Sefvffes
Assistant Supermten ents
Assistant Superintendents Henry
S Molino and Dr Alton E Scott
have each assumed leadership
in their respective fields Mr Mo
llno directs the many divisions
of Educational Services while
Dr Scott is responsible for all
Business Services for the District
Dr Scott began his duties at Ar
cadia last August
ThoughTTul consideraTion of The problems and
desires of sTafT members and sTudenTs alike has
been The keynoTe To Mr. Souder's success as The
high school's Principal.
WiTh The myriad responsibliiTies of his posifion-
ThaT of direcTing The conTinued developmenT of
The curriculum, The selecTion and direcfion of The
Teaching sTaff, and his many civic responsibili-
Ties-There has always been Time To encourage
and advise sTudenTs individually. V
Through his guidance The pasT four' years, The
enTire high school communiTy has shown greaT
progress in all areas of endeavor.
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Planning and supervising the physical
operation of the school plant, establish-
ing the master schedule for classes, and
helping to select and guide the teaching
staff are some ofthe important functions
of the Assistant Principal, Gerald Rayl.
ln a high school as large as this, thou-
sands ot individual problems covering
all facets of the total school program
must be considered and acted upon. Mr.
Rayl has done a fine iob in all of these
areas in a pleasant and courteous man-
Albert Acton has the dual responsibility of serving
in a Pupil Personnel capacity as well as acting as
Coordinator of Student Activities. With fairness and
real concern for the best interests of students, he
has completed another successful year.
Attendance accounting and counseling with students
on problems of attendance as well as personal
problems fill each day to the fullest for Lawrence
Lucas, Arcadia High's Attendance Officer. With
his quiet, sincere consideration he has become a
real friend to many students,
Pu it Personnel
Dr W R Pafferson
U1 ance Coor mafor
Dr W R Pattersons leadershlp In the
fzeld of guudance and counselnng at Ar
cadla has provrded a well rounded pro
gram for hugh school students ln durect
:ng the work of the counselnng staff In
the many facets of educatronal develop
ment career plannung and In the varsed
areas of human relatnons students and
faculty have benefnted He has served
rn admlnrstratlve capacltles on thus cam
pus for the past three years having
come to Arcadia from Klngvulle Texas
where he was an Assocrate Professor at
the Texas College of Arts and Industries
for sux years He recelved has Bachelors
degree from North Texas State College
and both has MA and Ph D from The
Unnverslty of Texas In addutron he has
had a rnch background nn both teachung
and admunustratvve fnelds durung h s
career an the profession
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Development of currnculum guides co
ordunatlng specual educatuonal offerings
and asslstung nn the plannlng and sched
ulnng of auduo vnsual materlals are only
part of the many duties of James Small
don Currlculum Coordunator He IS con
stantly In consultatnon wnth teachers on
problems of supplles and arrangung for
fueld trnps and other special offerlngs
Mr Smalldon has been rn the Dnstrlct
for the past seven years, havlng taught
Socnal Studles up until two years ago
when he assumed hrs new post He re
cerved both hns BS and MA degrees
from the Unnversnty of Southern Cal:
ounse ors guided and advised sfuafenis
ROBERT G. CAMERON
U. of Southern California
Junior Class Sponsor
S. R. PATRICK
U. of Southern California
Psychometrist and Junior Counselor
Maryland Child Study Group
With the best interests of each Arcadia student
in mind, members of our Counseling staff guide
and advise students on many different problems.
The careful consideration of the needs of each
counselee, linked with continuing contact with
parents as needed, has greatly benefited the en-
tire educational program. Both students and fac-
ulty members are well aware of the fine accom-
plishments of this staff, both from an academic
standpoint as well as in the guidance program.
The friendly atmosphere which has character-
ized the Counseling Office has encouraged many
students to seek assistance with their problems.
MRS. MAVIS DUMBACHER
Fresno State College
Senior Class Counselor
U. of Southern California
Future Teachers Sponsor
MRS. FLORENCE SINKULE
Eastern Michigan College
Girls' League Sponsor
U. of Alberta
U. of Southern California
Research and Sophomore Counselor
Off Campus Club Sponsor
LLOYD SAVAGE MRS. BARBARA ATON MRS. LUANE R. BUYS
English B.A. B.A.
Sacramento State College U. of Utah
Dr. Katherine Jones and Harry Conover dem-
ttl l onstrate the Charleston to the amusement of
MRS. MARIE CARROLL HARRY CONOVER MAX CRAMER th f It T th Ch . Y P rf
B.s., Ms. AB., Ms. B.A. ' e GW Y G 9 sms G Y'
Occidental College, U. of S. C. U. of Southern California Occidental College
Speech English English
MISS MURIEL DAVIS GEORGE HEROLD ROBERT KERR MISS CATHERINE LEARNED
B.A. B.A. AB. A.B., M.S,, 5.5.
Occidental College Arizona State College Brown University U. of Michigan
English English English U. of Southern Calif.
Kiowas Photography Club U, of Cincinnati
fffglzly trained faculfy mem ers
LOUIS GRENIER MISS LOUISE ALLEN EDGAR CAMERON MRS. LILIAN De LEY
B.A. B.A., M.A. V A.B. A.B.
U. of Calif., L. A. North Texas State College U. of Calif., Berkeley U. of Calif., L. A.
Language U. of Southern Calif. Language Language
This year for the first time, educational back-
ground of faculty members, along with subjects
taught and sponsor assignments have been in-
cluded for all staff members. Without exception,
these listings are limited to degrees earned but
do not reflect the additional professional train-
ing which is constantly being taken by all staff
members. We regret that lack of space did not
permit the full list.
Also for the first time this year, the entire English
Department curriculum at all levels has been
divided into three categories, providing homo-
genous grouping for students so that greater
progress can be made individually according to
MRS. HAZEL REEGLER, B.S., M.S.
Texas Womens University
New York University
DONALD McGUIGAN, B.S., M.A.
MRS. BEVE TAIT, B.S.
U. of Illinois
English, Drama, Jesters,
SAMUEL ORSINI, BA.
FRED THORP, B.A.
Fresno State College
JESS RANKER, B.A., M.A.
U. of Southern California
RICHARD O. WILSON
Publications Kallettes, G. L. Soc. Com. Scholarship Club Drama, Jesters
PAUL WOOLSEY, B.A. EDWARD WHITTEMORE, BA.
Los Angeles State College Whittier College
English Social Studies
Chess Club Junior Statesmen
MRS. BERNADETTE STONER MRS, ISOLDE SYBENr Ph-D
License, M.A. U. of Prague
Sorbonne, Claremont Grad. University College, London
Language, French Club Language
ARNOLD GALLEGOS, B.A., M.A.
Mexico City, Fresno State
Social Studies, Language
MISS JENNIE GLEESON
Mather College, Western Res. U
SALVATORE J. TRILLO, B.A.
VERNE WILLIAMS, B,A. ROBERT BACON, A.B. ALVIN BARLOW, B.S. KENT BARNEY, B.S,
Whittier College Whittier College U. of Utah Loyola University, L.A.
Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies, Lettermen's Club
English Physical Education Sophomore Class Senior Class
World History Ancient and Medieval History United States
History and a combination of Civics and Psychology comprise
the Social Studies curriculum here This year the classes have
been divided into three groupings in order that students
may be challenged to develop their abilities to the highest
level commensurate with their interest and achievement The
four year program provides an excellent historical back
ground for citizenship and an understanding of world affairs
RICHARD DYER BA JOE GLENNIN BA
La Verne College Los Angeles State College
Social Studies Social Studies
HARVEY GODDARD BA MRS KATHERINE JONES MRS GLENNA P RASMUSSEN ROBERT M SHORTELL B E M A
Bates College M A BA MA La Crosse U of Wisconsin
Social Studies Ohio State University Brigham Young Stanford Social Studies
Photography Club Social Studies Sehcapas Social Studies Senior Class Principal of Adult Education
Towar pro 1c1ency 1n
Miss Devalon helped serve hungry
fowify nqemberg Hot Wmse LOW mules umcx BA JoHN r wmsimouse
rence Lucas and Max Cramer at the Clolemolll Men S College B A M A
Social Studies Occidental College
Clillslmcs PUVTY Social Studies
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The Mathematncs Department of the hugh
school otters such thungs as General Mathe
matucs Algebra I 81 Il Plane Geometry and
Soltd Geometry and Trngonometry These
courses are also offered In the accelerated
Thus department gtves students wlth special
mathematrcal Interests an opportunnty to ex
JOHN HOFFMAN BA JAMES CALDERHEAD BA
U of Redlands U of Redlands
Ce Mathemattcs Mathemattcs
JAMES CALDWELL BA M A
Eastern Nazarene College
Sk: Club Rifle Club
RICHARD CARROLL BS MS MISS JUDY DEVALON BA MRS ELSIE HUNSICKER
U of Caltforma L A Pdmona College B S M S
Mathematucs Mathemattcs Washburn U of Iowa
Coach Pep Club Mathemattcs Engr Club
RAY POTTER BS
RAY STEPHENS B A MRS MARGARET URBACH
Long Beach State College B A M A
Mathematics Hunter College N Y U
Englneers Club Mathematncs
many :el 0 e ucahon
Arcadna I-ltgh School offers a
specnal program tor those stu
dents who need special help
Instructors who have had spe
cutnc traunung nn thus tleld, teach
the students basnc fundamentals
MISS MARGUERITE WILCKE, A B BEN DENNISON, B A , M A
Western College L A State, Long Beach State
Speclal Educatton Specual Educotlon
Future Teacher s Club
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MISS DIANA WEARNE BA
U of Southern Calttornna
.IOHN D. DANCER, BS. RUSSELL BOVIE, B,S, MRS. CLAIRE LANDSMAN, B.S. WAYNE FOUNTAIN, B.A.
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U of California L A U of Pitts urg
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Science Science Science Science
ROBERT GREEN B S M S WALTER LA GIER B S M A
Long Beach State College Loyola University L
RONALD PHENIX BA FRED SCHWAB AB
Stanford University Los Angeles State College
U of Southern California Science
With the ever increasing necessity for scientific
achievement Arcadias Science Department is
definitely keeping pace with the trend Among
its offerings are courses in Botany Chemistry
Biology and Physics These range from basic to
advanced study and offer the student a chance
to excel in the science he most enloys
GEORGE STAPLETON BS MA
U of Arizona Stanford
cience Science Club
an encouraged file
PHILIP E NEWMYER AB
U of California L A
Los Angeles State College
Don Hewitt and Bill Zogg luggle the ball
while tvvo Harlem Clowns shield the vision of
r feree Gerald Royle
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LLOYD DAVIES, Ed.B., M.S. MRS. DIANE Dl CONTI, B.S.
U.S.C., U.C.L.A. U. of Southern California
Business Education Business Education
Aviation Club Freshman Class
in iviclual ac fevemenf
MRS. ELAYNE B. HOFMANN FRED SUNDSTROM, B.S., M.Ed.
B.S., M.S. Arizona State College
U. of Utah U. of Arizona
Bus. Educ., Jr. Red Cross Business Education
Skills needed to succeed in the secretarial and business
field, as well as the understanding of many types of
business procedures, are introduced to many students
here. Typing, shorthand, business machines, general bus-
iness procedures as well as business law are included
in the curriculum.
MRS. DELMA FRAME, B.S. MISS ANNE GAYDOS,
indiana University B.S., M.A.
Business Education U. of Pittsburgh
Business Education, A.F.S.
Faculty members attend a P.T.A. sponsored
luncheon during a pre-school meeting,
G JOKKEL BS., M.S. DANIEL R. LUCERO, B.A. DONALD NORDVOLD, B.A., M.A. LEONARD STERLE, B.A. JOHN SWITZER, BA.
Stout State College Los Angeles State College U.S.C., Occidental College Los Angeles State College Los Angeles State College
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Industrial Arts industrial Arts
Industrial Arts is an active program geared to the stu-
dents' needs. Courses ranged from beginning general
exploratory shop work in woodworking, metalworking,
electricity and mechanical drawing to the advanced cour-
ses in the various areas. Students learned the function
at design and its application as well as building useful
articles. Technical information and skills which are the
basis of modern industry, were stressed at all levels of
JOHN F. WARD, B.A. JAKE WEILER, A.B., M.A
U. of Calif., Santa Barbara Colorado State College
Industrial Arts lr1dUSTfiGl Arts
The Art and Crafts department has as its main aim the
development of creative ability and appreciation of art
forms in each and all of its students. The instructors work
closely with each pupil while giving all a wide range of
mediums, techniques and experimental ideas. The de-
partment has earned widespread recognition through its
students who have won many awards at various ex-
hibits. These include the Annual Bullocks Scholastic Art
Awards Contest and the Barker Brothers Youth in Home
Arts Regional Exhibit Portfolios of student art work have
been sent east for scholarship iudgung and graduates of
this department have achieved high praise from colleges
and art schools in the area
more f an
MRS RUTH LUBIN BA MRS COLLEEN BERCSI BA MA
U of California LA Immaculate Heart College
Arts and Crafts Claremont Graduate School
JAMES NEUMEISTER BA MA FRANCES J BOYER AB MA
Occidental College Occidental College
Choral Groups Instrumental Music
Efficient and ready to train new drivers is the Driver Train
ing staff Dual controlled cars are in constant use in the sur
rounding area training students to become courteous and
efficient drivers The staff also conducts the compulsory Driv
er Education course for all high school students
GORDON SANDFORD BA MA
San Jose State College
2500 Area 10
Among its various offerings
at Arcadia High School the
Music Department includes a
concert band a lunior or
chestra an orchestra and a
seventy six piece marching
band Included in the sev
eral vocal groups are the A
Cappella choir and Chan
teurs which make many per
sonal appearances through
out the year
LEONARD S BUELL BA BARRY HOELSCHER BA
Hgme Cgmom 105 UD::i5: 2i,'3zz,.::t U of Cs,'.U::::'15x:,1?.,5'1 'f C'
In addition to th r e e
years of regular home
making for the home ec
onomlcs malor the
H o m e Economics De
partment offers a special
s e n i o r homemaking
course All these courses
attempt to develop
homemaking skills and
abilities in the students
and to provide opportu
nity for creative expert
ences and the achieve
ment of individual com
MRS ROSE ENDRUSIK BS
Drexel Institute of Technology
MRS JEAN MONGE BA
MRS IENITA SCHWARTZ BA
Los Angeles State College
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ROY E. WHEELER, A.B. DAVID ACKERMAN, B.A. JOHN BILBREY, B.A., M,S.
Occidental College U of California Berkeley Pepperdine College
Physical Education Physical Education U at Southern California
Lettermen Physical Education
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RALPH HOOKER BS MA
Indiana State Teacher s College
MRS MA'RlAN CLARKE BA
ROBERT JACKSON AB
MRS MARY BLOTT BS
U of California L A
Physical Educatgpn Chirakawas
P11 ysfcal ucaifon
Stressing the mastery ot skills in many
sports, the Boys' Physical Education pro-
gram provides healthy recreation and
exercise tor all boys in school. Health
education, leisure time sports, competi-
tive sports in all categories-all these
are the elements of which this tour yea:
required program is composed Good
sportsmanship is stressed in all areas
The three football coaches study plays
from the sidelines to discover new ways
WILLIAM ZOGG B A to improv the team
MISS MARCIA PETERSON
B S M S
MISS CAROL LAWSON 5 A U of Southern California
Whnner College Phys Educ Drill Team
Chirakawas G A A
Grrs Plzysrcal Eclucahon
Modern dance tennis golf basketball baseball and
many other sports are a part of the Girls Physical Edu
cation program Adaptive Physical Education is al o
available to those girls needing less strenuous exercise
The entire program is geared to the sustaining ot good
physical condition among girls at Arcadia as well as
to provide skills and techniques in many types of sports
activity The GAA program is ottered after school for
those girls wishing to excel in sports
MRS VIRGINIA STONE A B
U of Calif Santa Barbara
Phys Educ Girls League Wel
GAA Freshman Class
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fuclenf services provided invaluable
Mrs. Adele Merz lrightl and Mrs. Emma Bracher lleftl are the school's
nurses, checking students into school after long absences.
Library staff members order, cata-
logue, and issue books from the
more than 8,900 volumes which
make up the Arcadia library. ln
addition, they issue all audio-visual
materials and are constantly avail-
able to assist students in locating
resource materials. The fine efforts
of this competent staff have been
Mrs. Trudie Hunt, Librarian, discusses the
distribution of books with Mrs. Maxine
LeClere lseated, leftl and Mrs. Sarah
Luclcenbill lseated, rightl,
Mrs. Jeanette Bixby lseatedl and Mrs, Pat Lockner lsranclingl
discuss some of the many problems relating to the principals office.
assistance fllrouglzouf the sc
Mrs. Gladys Waterhouse and Julie Galeotti look over the books in the Student
Store. Mrs. Waterhouse has been in charge at this department for seven
years, and has been a wonderful friend to many students on campus.
Apaches served each other through the Student
Store, as all came to buy needed school supplies.
Counseling secretaries include, left to right: Mrs. Mariorie Smith, Mrs. Helen
Reimers, and Mrs. Valois Rodelcohr.
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The main office secretaries are, left to right: Miss Marietta Viola
Mrs Nina L Draughon, Mrs. Clara Jones, and Mrs. Archeva Huff
an confrflmfecf fo fllQ comfort? an
Standing in front of part of the bus fleet are lleft to rightl: Elmer Zabel, Frank Urzt, Wilbur
Hoekstra, Bruce Klausman, Steve Dorse, Edgar Scott, Calvin Ford, Gordon Smith, and Ralph Atkinson.
Bus Drivers are among the many
people who have aided the students
in various ways. Their friendly and
courteous manner in addition to
their promptness in meeting sched-
ules has been much appreciated by
Helping to keep the Arcadia High
campus clean and neat in appear-
ance is the responsibility of the
school custodian staff. Sweeping
halls, seeing that the rooms are kept
in order, and taking care of the dis-
posal of trash are only a few of
their tasks. They perform duties
sometimes unnoticed by students but
which contribute to the smooth run-
ning of the school plant. Both the
night and day custodians share the
continuing housekeeping services for
l t tions to Frank Merwar on the correct way to use the floor waxer
Charles Gunyon, Head Custodian lkneeingl, gives ins ruc
as Robert Steigner and Roy Manley watch.
convenience of ilzose on campus.
Bertha Eisle, Rose Butler, and Marvel Gutr-nan serve lunch to hungry
work diligently each
school day to pre-
pare and serve ap-
petizing and de-
licious foods. Ham-
burgers by the hun-
dred as well as
thousands of serv-
ings of balanced
meals are available
to students and tac-
Lucil Tammaro, Dorothy Keough, Grace Moley, and Cecilie Mouch
busily prepare food,
Christine Tyhulski, Lucille Fields, Elsie Wilson, and Evelyn Pierce serve food from the snack bar.
Everett Bone burns Apache trash.
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Student government at Arcadia has progressively improved with
experience and the new approaches which have developed over
the years. Many subiects relating to student interests and prob-
lems have been acted upon or discarded by members of the gov-
erning groups as they have learned to exercise judgment and
foresight in the planning and execution of proiects.
Working within the framework of school administration policy,
they have considered such subiects as the activity program, which
includes pep rallies, assemblies, dances and special events. ln
addition, they have been concerned with student codes of con-
duct on campus, and they have served as a liaison between
student groups and the school administration by presenting the
student's point of view on many matters.
Election time during the spring semester is always an important
event on campus, when students learn to choose and vote for
the campus leaders whom they feel will best represent them. The
drama of the campaigns and election assemblies has been a
highlight of this important event.
Members of the Executive Council, each assuming the respon-
sibility for a segment of the total planning problem, are actively
engaged in planning different projects. The selection of com-
petent committee members for the proiects and directing their
activities toward successful completion has also been a part of
Serving in more personal capacities, Advisory Council members
as a group endeavor to seek out the reasons for some students'
lack of adiustment to the high school environment. Through the
Council's efforts, many vexing or perplexing personal problems
of students have been clarified and lessened.
The third segment of student government, the House of Rep-
resentatives, is composed of a representative from each class-
room on campus. Matters of general student concern in any
classroom may be brought to the attention of the Student Council
and the Administration through the duly elected representative
from that section. Meeting rather regularly cluring the school
year, members of the House are free to present their ideas. Con-
versely, these same representatives report decisions and matters
under consideration within the House itself to their class groups.
In yet another facet of student government, the Girls' League
performs an important function. The creation of a fri
among girls, the fostering of good campus support, and the wel-
coming of new girls to Arcadia High are only a few of the
functions which are an important part of Girls' League activities
Throughout the years several annual customs have developed
including the Big Sister-Little Sister picnic, the Christmas tea and
the early spring Parent-Daughter banquet which this year hon-
A B 0 jhcers assume
f e resp0ns1 1 dy
The office of Student Body President is
one which requires great responsibility
and carries with it high honors During
the past year Andy Anderson has ably
fulfilled the demands of this position
Through this office the President has co
Council and represented the school in
the National Association of Student
Sharing and discussing thoughts and
ideas of student body interests with his
fellow officers Andy has materially
aided in the smooth functioning of the
school s student government program
Marcia Northrop Barbara Ware Dorothy Nissen Marilyn Hester Tum Chapman
Susan Ba nes Marty Meeker Mrs Gladys Waterhouse and Dane Gilchrist are
enthusiastic in promot ng A S B card sales
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leadership in sfucleni affairs:
Albert Acton Coordmator of Student Actuv
mes can be seen at almost every event
staged by or for Arcadia Hugh students He
serves as an advlsor for student government
groups arranges the myriad detalls of the
master calendar ns nn constant contact wuth
other schools smoothing out details of
events and us constantly consulting wath stu
dents on many subgects He IS much respect
ed for the competent way an which he han
dles thus challenglng posltlon and for his
unfallmg courtesy to all
One of the most Important functions of Fred
Yeager ASB Vice Presudent has been to
preside over the lnterClub Councll This
group representing each club on campus
works to coordlnate club prolects during the
The smooth functioning of the Advrsory
Councnl composed of members appounted
by the Vice Presldent IS another malor re
sponslblllty ln addntlon Fred Yeager has
asslsted Presldent Andy Anderson In the
dlrectlon of Executlve Council efforts
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Albert E Acton
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Executlve Councnl leaders representung every student at
Arcadla have worked hard to perform theur dutnes In an
outstandnng fashlon Student government has achxeved a
place of dustrnctuon nn campus affanrs an an orderly and
Synchronuzung the schedule of I-lomecomung events sponsor
mg the annual Christmas Dance and meetmg wuth other
schools to learn more about effectuve student government
practuces are only a few of the many consnderatuons of thus
group durung the year They meet each day and are avaul
able for lmmeduate consultatlon on student problems
A second group the Advusory Councul as charged wuth the
responsvbllnty of counseling and advnsung students on prob
lems of campus behavnor They also promote good student
relatuonshlps The results of the Advusory Counculs efforts
have been hrghly gratnfylng and have helped a great deal
to make Arcadna a school of whnch all can be proud
Councr 1712111 GTS
Bob wmn Sugqn Barnes Glen Broadhead
Speaker of the House of Representatuves Hustoruan Assembly Commussuoner
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE
The House of Representatives is composed
ot one student representing each third period
class on campus Each representative takes
problems to The House for consideration by
the students and then possible follow up
turned To the student body by way of each
representative reporting To his respective
When items need to be voted on by The
student body the representative takes a vote
of his class and reports to the House at the
next meeting All the votes are then com
piled and the proposition is acted on ac
The House also acts as a clearing house
for information coming from the Administra
tion To the student body
Bob Winn presides as Speaker of the House
an elected office he received in The previous
spring election Representatives are chosen
by their classmates each semester to partici
pate in this torm of student government
BOBWWN House 0 Represenfafwes
House of Representatives members sign the roll sheet as they report
to 'he Library tor a meeting.
Members of the House participate in all discussions,
expressing the views of their constituents.
anal legfsiaffon was fniffafecl by
T I E . -4 by the Administration. The results are re-
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Getttng the past years student government
program tn the House of Representatuves off
to a good start were the frrst semester House
otfcers llett to rrghtl Steve Houghton Ron
Rucker Marrlyn Hester and Ed Loleskr
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
med out school busrness with
The second semester House oftrcers ca
the ettrctency necessary to marntarn Arcaddna Htgh Schools hugh
Consrderrng and dascussrng the actnvrtres of the stu
dent body the House of Representatrves functions
as o ltalson body between the general student
body and the executive counctl and admtnrstrators
Through on elected representatrve from each thrrd
penod class the decrstons mode are carrred back
to the Arcadua Hrgh students These students rn
turn can express thelr opuntons on current and up
cornung octlvrtres and legrslatron The representc:
trves then present the oprnrons at therr classmates
at the House meetrngs
standards of government They were lleft to rnghtl Joe Genova
Andy Zrnsmeyer Glory Clarke and Reg Rhodes
These frrst s mester House member ore hard ot work consrderrng
current legrslotton before the House of Representatnves
Gurs umfe fo promofe wen WZQSS,
Gur c eague
Grls League a club un whuch all
gurls on campus are members was
Thus year under The able durecTuon of
Nancy Jusenuus PresudenT and Leslue
l-lucks Vuce PresudenT IT was Nancy s
responsubuulTy wuTh assusTance from
Leslue To co ofdunaTe all The numer
ous acTuvuTues of The varuous Gurls
League commuTTees Publncufy publu
cuzung all Gurls League acTuvuTues and
prouecTs Sunshune organuzung The
Fruendllesf Girl ballot and The Bug
and Luttle Suser program and Ducnuc
Ways and Means plannung and car
ryung ouT all money makung prouecTs
OTher commuTTees were Welfare
plannung prouecTs To help The needy
on an unTernaTuonal as well as a local
basus Campus BeauTuTul promoTung
clean campus and decoraTung for
Gurls League funcuuons Program
plannung Gurls League assemblues
Socual organuzung Gurls League so
cual acTuvuTues Campus Pals welcom
ung new gurls on campus Employ
menT helping Tund 'obs for Those
who wanT Them and Dress and STan
dards esTablushung proper dress and
conducT sfandards Tor The gurls on
Mrs Florence Sunkule was Gurls League
The Gurls League offucers were, from left To rughr PaTTu Rum
pau Lunda Ferrus and Georganne Papac
goo grooming an compamons1
The Gnrls League Committee Chanrmen Included
from left to rnght first row Adruenne
Soclal Chaurman Carol Mueller Ways and Means Stephanle Wayment Program
Sandy Steclc Sunshune Second row Debble Fluet Campus Beautnful Barbara Chaffln
ployment Merrill Schoonmaker Dress and Standards Clanre Wheeler Welfare and Ann
Betsy Thorsen IS shown IH a Chrlstmas
tableau one of the many enterfannments
of the Glrls League Chrnstmas Tea
Members of the Grrls Leaaue Forum were from left to rlght farst row Pange McKenzle
Marllyn McKenzie Gayle Cummlngs Joanne Schlesrnger Chaurman Jo Ann Hamulton and
Jody Hayden Second row Knrsten Young Suzn Gallaher Sandy Morrell Lnnda Andrus Sandy
Swanson Joanne Byron and Krus Lundquust Thlrd row Glory Clark Dorothea Keeley Vick:
Wing Ann Fredernckson Nancy Wells Candy Jaros and Vnckn Polls
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The personal satisfaction achieved by each senior as he ap-
proaches graduation is tinged with a feeling of sadness as he
realizes that he has come to the close of an important era in his
life. Many will look forward to the inspiration of further edu-
cation in colleges and universities while others will hurry to
take their places in the social and business life of many com-
munities. But to each there comes a nostalgia and a remem-
brance of the many fine experiences which have been a part
of his public school years. Classmates will scatter, new associa-
tions will be made, and adult life will bring many new re-
sponsibilities and pleasures, but the Senior year will be long
Throughout the year seniors have held a pre-eminent place on
campus. They have held the highest student body offices, they
have helped to shape policy in student affairs, they have accepted
many opportunities for leadership. Honors have been conferred
upon them, both academic and personal. There has been earnest
consideration of what lies ahead in the future and how best
to prepare themselves. College -catalogues have been studied,
applications and transcripts filed, scholarships and awards have
been received. Career opportunities have been studied, and
adiustments in personal affairs have been considered.
Day by day, as the Seniors have attended their classes, greater
educational opportunities than ever before have been made
available to them. All these things are important, as are the
many activities which close the senior year.
The thrill of attending and participating in the extraecurricular
sports events, the sock-hops and parties, and even the pleasures
of meeting school friends on campus day by day, which is a part
of each students high school experience, are only a part of the
seniors' memories. Highlights of this memorable year are the
senior parties, the annual picnic during Senior Week, the Junior-
Senior Prom, the senior breakfast, baccalaureate and the Com-
mencement ceremony, followed by the All Night Party, which
brings this year of years to a close.
lt is not an end but a commencement in the truest sense of
As President of The Senior Class
of 1959, Jerry Collins presided
over Senior Council meetings
and worked with The sponsors
in co-ordinating various Senior
activities, including the Senior
party, the Senior play, Dear
Ruth , The graduation ceremony
and The All-night Party.
Susan Schubert's main respon-
sibility as Vice-President of The
Senior class was To arrange and
stage The production of The an-
nual May carnival, the Pow
Wow. She also assisted Jerry
in his various duties and pre-
sided at Senior Council meetings
in his absence.
1Q5Q gracluafes ave S
Senior class officers are, left to right, Kaye Hansen, secretary, Virginia Jones, Treasurer, and Margie
40 Clarke, historian.
Handling their responsibilities effi-
ciently, the Senior class officers
worked together to promote success-
ful Senior activities and functions.
Kaye Hansen, secretary, was respon-
sible for taking the minutes at each
S e n io r Council meeting. Margie
Clarke, historian, prepared a scrap-
book of the activities and achieve-
ments of the Senior class and Vir-
ginia Jones, Treasurer, carefully han-
dled The finances and kept the books
ass of 1Q5Q
The Senior class of 1959 may be termed the award-winningest'
class in Arcadia High's history. Twelve members of the class
were California Scholarship Commission semi-finalists, five were
National Merit finalists, two were winners of the National Council
of Teachers of English award, and many others distinguished
themselves by winning honorary awards. Outstanding achieve-
ments in sports and other various activities also marked this
flzrouglz ffrerr elected offcers an
The Senior Council members who
were elected by the students
of their respective Civics-Psy-
chology classes to represent
them the second semester were,
first row, Virginia Jones, Ann
Frederickson, Kaye Hansen, Vir-
ginia Bell, Margot Dakan, Car-
olee Randolph, and M a r g i e
Clarke, second row, Susan Schu-
bert, Joe Schade, Allan Howe,
Pete Johnson, Greg Meyer, Jerry
Collins, and M i c k i e Skinner,
third row: Bob Russell, Gary My-
kles, George Holroyd, Bill Mar-
tin, and Dick Thull.
Sponsors for the class of T959 were
Mrs. Glenna Rasmussen and Kent Barney.
After attending the weekly Council
meetings, each member was respon-
sible for relating the business that
was discussed to his respective Civ-
ics-Psychology class. The members
were, left to right, first row, Allen
Smith, Ken Kirmsse, Tom Steele and
Bill De Witt, second row, George
Holroyd, Christine Whi-pple, Ed Lo-
ieski, Margie Clarke and Lynn Bush,
third row, Mike Lamb, Bob Starken-
burg, Andy Zinsrneyer and Mike
' ' counci mem ers.
Gold cal Gracluafes
ac feve aca emfc distinction.
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Arcadia High School salutes
the Seniors who have, by
their academic achievement,
earned The rig ht to be
named Gold Seal Graduates.
AT the close of the first se-
mester these Ten students
had completed The required
four semesters as members
of the California Scholarship
Eight other Seniors had com-
pleted three out of the four
semester requirements at
that time. If These students
achieve scholarship grades
during the spring semester,
their names will appear on
the Commencement program
with The appropriate desig-
ROBERT WINN MICHAEL YATES
ConsisTing of five hundred forty-seven graduat-
ing seniors, The class of 1959 is The largest
graduating class in the history of Arcadia High
School. These students have earned rnany
awards, honors, and scholarships, bringing new
credit to The school.
New opportunities in education were offered
to The senior class in accelerated and specialized
classes. These students have been The first To
receive two years of This new educational pro-
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mor T espwcms g Ee wood as fey
produce for 'fe semcr DIJf
an carme ouf f en' uhes capa y.
They parffcipafecl in sclzool acffviffes
zpporfed many school clubs.
FRANK DE BENEDET
RONALD DE LONG
JOHN DE MUTH
Tlzey affenaleal lzfglz SCZIOOY clances
WILLIAM DE WITT
KATHLEEN DE GRAZIA
In The typical Roaring Twentles dress, students gathered To
listen to Andy Anderson ploy Sweet Georgia Brown.
RONALD DI NOTO
an clzeere at Area ia pep
Senior girls watch intently as models parade of Girls' League
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MARY THERESE HANSEN
i on flze in i e gran sian S.
Three pUI'nIF:f1 sns s'c1ffmemI:Q's posed for cm
fesffvfifes anal ilze jqrsf league victory,
anal displayed file qualifies of goo I
JAN ETTE JOHNSTON
sporfsmans fp flzroug out file year.
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JANET KNOTH KENNETH KIRMESE
MARINA LA RAY
DARLENE KORFF JAMES KOHLER
Higlzlfglzfs of flze Senior year included!
Sewers enioy Wc1TcI1IngrIweIrfInoI bmskefbollgomes os
smdenfs of Arcadia.
ROBERT TIMOTHY LESLIE
file memorable unior- enior promg
Mrs. Gladys Worerriouse fakes Q1 dim view of fhe proceedings
while Two of Iwer senior ossisfcmfs or The Student Store cominue
DONALD MQQUARIE bQn101 S
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F, SAMUEL Mum
of DAVID MULLE
CAROL MUELLER ROBERT NEEL
SHIRLEY NAASZ GEORGE NORTH
i e iwey umor- emor compehhon,
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Janice Leonord wcvches wird grcde smdenfs of work os she pc1r'IcIpc1Tes In
We Sfudem Obsermfion orogrcnm fn' Camino Grove Sdfool.
file ga a evenfs of file all-night parfyg
file so emn momenf of Bacco: aureafeg
RAYLEEN SCH RECK
e fnspfraffon of gracluaffon.
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the Seniors move alzeacl io file future,
The cnnuol King Briorpotch hiiinks brought mony smiles fo
this senior group who watched 1he proceedings,
JANET VAN PELT
MARGARET VON EPER
LINDA VAN HORN
HARRY VAN PELT
proudly remem erfng flzefr years af ,
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Five Arcadia sensors achreved The honor oT
belng named Nahonal MerrT Scholarship F1
nalrsTs marking The TlrsT Trrne ThaT so large
o group was named from Thrs hugh school
Each of These sTudenTs has been considered
for one oT The naTronal scholarship granfs
awarded Through The Nafronal MerlT Corp
orofzon Arcadra as proud of Thus group of
ouTsTandlng sTudenTs who have ranked so
The Calufornua STaTe Scholarshrp Commussvon
has named The Twelve sensors plcfured be
low as sem: TunalrsTs Tor STaTe Scholorshups
Frnal1sTs announced Aprrl 20 Included Andy
Anderson Shirley GulleTT Carll PonT1us Jr
and Fredenck Yeager
These sTudenTs Too are To be congroTuloTed
on The recognmon They have recelved sTaTe
Nofronal MenT FmalrsTs Gary Green Wlll Read ond Andy Anderson-are seoTed wrth
Prrncrpol ElberT E Souders Carolyn Hunt and BeTh Foye
emors game nahona and sfaieun e sc oars 1pS
Colrfornro Store Scholarshnp Commrssron Sem: Frnalnsts left to rrghf, seated, are Bruce Hodges, Conme Churchrll, Nancy Jusenuus,
Ann Frederuckson, ond Andy Anderson Stondlng ore Carl Pontius, Wayne Sums, Ruth Schueld, Gory Green, Shrrley Gnlleft and
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
Lnnda Blomo Fredenck Johnson RoberT N PlonTe
Joe Capps Gary Kleckner Mlchoel Syben
Susan Cress Stephame Kobalunk Joseph Taylor
Dole Goode Joy Loellner Joanne Troxel
an sefifng their goals lziglz.
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The final quarter will bring re-
loolc to the future. On these
pages are pictured seniors who
had already been honored at
Girls League Scholarship
cognition ot many Types to oth-
er seniors but an early press
deadline has made it impossible
to announce them,
Boy anal Gu' of f e Year
Bausch and Lomb Science Award
Exchange Club Girl of the Year
SUSAN BARNES EINAR IANDYI ANDERSON
General Motors National Scholarship
National Council of Teachers
of English Award
Exchange Club Boy of the Year
California Scholarship Commission
National Council of Teachers
of English Award
Yet to be announced are winners of the Key Club Dol
lar for a Scholar award scholarships from the Rotary
Club Arcadia Womans Club Arcadia Business and
Professional Womans Club Panhellenlc Society Call
fornia Savings and Loan Association and many others
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Southern California Edison Company
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CAROL MUELLER MARILYN HESTER CAROL HANSEN
Orchesis Scholarship Arcadia Teachers Scholqgig Magazine
AS50Cl0Tl0n 5Ch0lU 5l 'lP National Art Scholarship
Bank of America Zone Finalists lleft to
rightl Gary Green Liberal Arts Deanne
Trerchler Vocational Arts Lynn Bush
Science and Mathematics and lstandingl
Andy Anderson Fine Arts At press tnme
these finalists had not yet appeared In
DA R Good Citizenship Award
Most Valuable Student Award
San Gabriel Valley
Homemaker of Tomorrow Award
GEORGE HOLROYD y
GEL M wa
Each year all sTuder1Ts
on Campos have The op
porTumTy of voTmg Tor
Those semors whom They
cohslder To best eplTo
maze The Tour personal
aualmes of ouTsTaholmg
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hommahohs and each
person chooses The sem
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p ANDY ANDERSON
Moray sensors homes
ore sUbmlTTed rn The sec
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from more Thom 2500
bc1lloTs were compaled
before The Tmol selec
Tuons were mode The
wmners homes ore Q
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Long remembered are the activities which highlight each school
year at Arcadia High. Since the inception of the school, traditional
events have been established to which students look forward
Pre-school orientation for freshmen and new students inaugurate
each year and are closely followed by the opening of the foot-
ball season. The excitement of the games, the cheering crowds,
and brilliant half-time presentations of the Apache Band and
Tom Tom Girls make fall seasons memorable. Sock hops after
the games, and the pageantry of the Homecoming festivities are
colorful experiences during the football season.
The first formal dance ofthe year is the Christmas Dance, pictured
at left. The Christmas Queens and their courts of princesses repre-
senting each class, reign over the annual affairs.
An assembly program of special events is scheduled each year
to bring entertaining and instructive groups of performers to the
campus. Because of the extended day scheduling and over-
capacity enrollment this year, assemblies during the i958-59
school year have been limited in number and generally on an
Spirited cheerleaders and song leaders have helped to bolster
school spirit at pep rallies and during games. Costumed in the
traditional school colors of cardinal and gold, these students
have been important creators of spirit and enthusiasm.
Girls League activities throughout the year include the Big-
Sister-Little Sister Picnic, the Christmas Tea and Mother or Father-
daughter banquet, the honoree being alternated from year to
year. In addition, during the entire year, the Girls League spon-
sors the Friendliest Girl program and acts as a clearing house for
the dissemination of information on proper campus attire, the
orientation of new students on campus, and many other functions.
The Sweetheart Formal and the traditional Junior-Senior Prom
climax the social season. During the spring semester, seniors
move closer to graduation and the round of special events which
climax their year.
Each year finds many social opportunities, in greater or lesser
degree, available for all students and these experiences become
a part of their High School memories.
Hundreds of students and alumni danced at the Snow- A
flake Whirl, one of the gala social events of the year.
acfivfffes egan file sclzool year
Held in September of last year, the
annual Big -Little Sister Picnic
helped to acquaint the incoming
Freshman girls with their big sisters
and new friends. A fashion show
was given as part of the program,
and the girls later visited the high
Shown at the left are lleft to rightl
row l: Clair Wheeler, Stephanie
Wayment, and Joanne Hamilton.
Row 2: Leslie Hicks, Carol Mueller,
Debbie Fluet, and Carolyn Slemmon.
These girls modeled in the fashion
Opening the orientation program for all stu-
dents, the 'Big-Little Sister Picnic was spon-
sored by the Girls 'League The event was
followed by Orientation Day, Freshman Day,
and finally the Hi'Week Dance.
During Hi-Week, the first week of school,
new students were welcomed to the high
school. The previous year high school stu-
dents visited the iunior high schools in order
to introduce incoming students to high school
Purses and coats piled against the walls and o
chairs is a familiar scene at Arcadia High dances
The first dance of the ear, the Hi-W k D h ld ' h
y ee ance, was e in onor of the Freshman class and concluded the Freshman orientation in the traditional fashion.
H0mec0m1ng eauhes re1gne w1f spienclor
Fnve compus beoufnes enhanced
the onnucil homecoming ocfnvl
hes of October 31 1958 Queen
Joyce Ash cmd her court relgned
over The fesflvnfles She and her
pnncesses were chosen In o pop
ulor vote by The boys ofArcc1dlo
Queen Joyce Ash
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Due To The To1cTThoT The Armory
wos noT ovoiloble Tor The i958
Homecoming, Arccidio sTudenTs
decorc1Ted only one main Tloc1T
This yedr. Eoch club submiTTed
o Theme ond The winning club
vvos in chorge of The decoroTing.
The winning Theme, 'Busy As
Bees, wcis submiTTed by Debbie
FlueT Tor Girls Ledgue. She vvos
Then in chorge of decoroTing The
flooT os The Girls Leogue enTry.
Key Club members Cl6'COVGl6d o cor for The Homecoming porode
The royol courT ossembled To receive high honors GT holf Time.
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Penny Mills, posT Homecoming Queen, rode
on The 1958 floor designed by Girls Leogue.
BunTing ond bonners, clever designs
ond gciy colors, morked The pcirode
of cours decorc1Ted by vorious school
clubs ond orgonizoTions, Mony cors
-old ond new, lorge ond smoll-
ioined The procession in which
numerous omusing ond originol en-
Homecoming royolTy opened The Tro-
diTionol donce, o sock hop in The
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Molly presided with grace
the Snowflake Whirl, charming
her audience and receiving her royal
crown. Molly and her court were se-
lected to reign over the annual
Christmas Formal by a popular vote
of all boys on campus.
Royalfy anal lveaufy acceniecl ilze
The first formal of the year, the an-
nual Christmas Ball, was one of the
outstanding social events attended
by students from all classes. Couples
danced to the music of a live band
and enioyed refreshments in the
Greatly anticipated by all, the Christ-
mas Dance, held in the Girls' Gym,
was the scene of much activity. A
crowded dance floor testified to its
The punch bowl was a center of attraction CIS
the students gathered in the lounge for re-
freshment and conversation.
annual C msfmas Ball
Ba rbo ru Cu ms
Sporklnng sulver snowflokes ond Chrusfrnos orno
ments hung from red ribbons corrylng out The
Theme of The Snowflake Whlrl In The Chrlsf
nwos donce clecorohons
Queen Molly Snnkole ond her courl of four pran
cesses were onnouncecl by Bob Wmn of the
clonce December I9 One prlncess was chosen
To represent eoch clcxss while Molly was elecfed
from among The sensor gurls
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A series of acts entertained many onlookers during the T958 Talent Show, and among the group that presented Doin'
What Comes Naturally were Barbara Swett, Sherry Carmel, and Carole Pitts.
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The annual talent show,
Here Comes the Show-
boat, presented a va-
riety of entertainment by
members of the Arcadia
Student Body. The show
was held in the auditor-
ium at Monrovia High
on the evenings of De-
cember 4 and 5, 1958,
and was under the di-
rection of Glenn Broad-
head, Student Director,
Anne Bivens, Assistant
Director, and R. O. Wil-
son, Faculty Advisor.
This is the fourth con-
secutive year that Ar
cadia High has present-
ed the talent show to
raise funds for the
American Field Service
program. These funds
are used to bring ex-
change students from
foreign countries to Ar-
cadia and to send Ar-
cadia students abroad.
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Carrying out the theme of Here Comes The Showboat, was Ed
Loieski, featured as Mr, Ragtime, with Dennis Loieski and Mo
Kendal accompanying him on the guna, and drums. The traditional Boys Chorus-line featured beauties from Around the
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Sponsored by the Kiowas and Key Club, the
annual Sweetheart Ball was held on Valentines
Day, February 14, 1959. A semi-formal dance,
the Ball was one of the outstanding functions
during the year.
The crowning of Queen Sandra Swanson and her
court ot four princesses highlighted the evening.
Members of the royal court were escorted by
present and former Key Club members.
with regal splendor.
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Prom Southern Rhapsody was held of The
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Prmcess Joyce Ash
Pr mess Mfwrcwo Northrop
Prmcess Volerwe Meirwers
Princess Molly Sinkule
and Ed Loieslci.
The Assembly Commission consisted of, seated: Patti Rimpau, Janice Rude, Andy Stangel, Gary Green
Kaye Hansen, and Anne Bivens. Standing: Dave Lundberg, John Hawk, Marilyn Hester, Andy Anderson
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Assemblies acldeal vameiy fo file
The Assembly Commission worked
many hours planning tor assemblies
and the annual Talent Show. Two
of the outstanding programs are
shown on this page.
Featuring talented alumni, the Easter Assembly was a hit. Pictured above are some
ot' the guests and the committee as they made last-minute arrangements.
Because ot the staggered day the as-
sembly program has been limited, but
those that have been presented were
Models in the Girls' League Spring Fashion Show were Debbie Fluet, Val Meiners,
and Diane Linder.
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Monrovla Hugh School At . good cmzenshup and etnquette In
of the competmon the score' A, Q-,zfhe basketball season Arcadua
held the coveted trophy 30 pomts but the Apache
brlsk between the tvlio through the outstandlng
tllt the scales In nts favor ms golf and baseball teams in
sportsmanshup program, mlttee were Andy
0 point system for pro- gomery and Pat Young
Pep promotes! the Wzipn in Spfrif.
As Pep Commissioner,
Pat Young was respon-
sible for arranging pep
rallies, planning the op-
eration of the card sec-
tion, editing football
programs, and seeing
that posters properly ad-
vertised sports events.
Coordinating all spirit building activities, the Pep Com-
mission has also worked to promote sportsmanship.
Having submitted letters to the Pep Commissioner at the
beginning of the fall semester, the applicants were se-
lected on the basis of their ability and desire for leading
Pat Young has led the Commission through a successful
year of activities and proiects to further school spirit.
Helping to promote spirit, Pep Club officers have
assisted the commissioner during the year.
Choosing and supervising the cord section board
along with selecting all linemen, were the prin-
cipal duties of the officers. Publishing the Meg-
aphone, a book of school cheers, was their chief
Pep Club Officers are: lleft to rightl Row I: Pat Sommer, Vice
President, Sharol Stevens, President, Sandy Stuhrman, Secre-
tary. Row 2: Stephanie Wayment, l,C.C.: Sue Shepherd,
Members of the Pep Commission were: lleft to rightl Row l: Carole Pitts, Nancy Jurden, Jeff Bowen, Pat Young, Andy Zinsmeyer, Meredith LaVene,
Makia Rajnus, Row 2: Ann Edmundson, Barbara Kolar, Glory Clark, Wendy Marquand, Lynne Mecham, Judy Miller, Sue Davis, Paige McKenzie, Carol
Q0 Lerch. Row 3: Linda Lucas, Judy Wolters, Sue Sommer, Dee Dee Lamatrice, Sharol Stevens, Barbara Jones, Jane Campbell, Suzette Longpre.
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Molly Sinkule, Head Song Leader, and Val-
erie Meiners had the experience of being
Song Leaders for the second consecutive
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Leaders helped build
school sports events
After passing the screening by a
student-faculty committee, the can-
didates for Song Leaders performed
before the student body. Six of
these entrants were chosen in spring
fl- ! Sharon Kessinger, left, and Carol Mathis, right, pose in
Precision twir ing was acquire
SeIecTed by a screening commiTTee and
iudged on Their abilify To march and Twirl
The baton, The Arcadia High maioreTTes per-
formed in many parades and half Time
shows. Through many hours of pracTice They
achieved precision Timing in Their various
rouTines. This past year The maioreffes wore
Their TradiTionaI red and white cosfumes,
adding color and acfion To The Apache band.
They are one of The auxiliary uniTs under
Mrs. Mary BloTT.
PENNY WEIDAW BEV BLANCHARD
flzroug praciice anal slain
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Flashung red and whvte flags twlrled by the
Arcadia Flag Gurls added gay color and
movement to the Apache Band
This year the gurls changed from their for
mer whvte costumes to new gray and whlte
outfits They are one of the auxlllary unnts
under the direction of Mrs Mary Blott
Mel nda Lewus
Cu or u ll cusiznneal the Apache Band has
Arcadia's 80 piece band has made many appear-
ances during The year. Appearing in Their colorful
uniforms wiTh insTrumenTs gleaming, They have
brought many honors To The school.
Ken Kirmsse, Drum Major of The band, has served
in This capaciTy for The pasf Two years. His capable
handling of The performing group during half-Time
shows and parades has been very evidenf.
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Gordon Sandford, Band Director, and his group have
appeared in parades in several Southern California
ciiies as well as providing music and showmanship
for The half-time shows of The varsity foofball season.
Coming from Corona fo Arcadia fvvo years ago, he
broughf many colorful ideas for his Top-nofch shows
its many appearances
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Junior Drill Team,
serves as a training
ground tor future
Tom Tom members.
Begun in 1957, the
made up of girls
chosen from among
those vvho tried out
tor membership. The
girls are iuclged on
their ability to
march, their sense
of rhythm, their pos'
ture, and their smile.
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have marched in the
Drill Team Competi-
tion and Bee toot-
ball games besides
their numerous other
Clzira awas frafnec! fo become fufure om om Girls.
Row T: llett to rightl Terry Emmons, Sandy Davis, Loretta Anspach, Judy Olsen, Leslie Neuberg, Gerry Vanely, Carolyn Berry, Melinda McGrane. Row 17: Joanne
Laing, Linda Feise, Lissette Tulleners, Judy Knight, Pam Wilson, Sue Rehvvaldt, Susan Lovve, Susanna Morsch, Patti Tyler.
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The ever increasing numbers of fine Trophies on display in The
handsome cases adiacenf To The LiTTle TheoTer TesTify To The de-
veIopmenT of The sporTs program aT Arcadia. They represenT
ouTsTanding accomplishmenTs in all sporTs, fall and spring.
This year Arcadia enioyed iTs mosT successful fooTball season on
The VarsiTy level. In addiTion The oTher divisions were sTrong con-
Tenders in Their respecTive classificaTions.
ConcurrenTly wiTh The fooTball season, The Arcadia varsiTy cross
counTry Team shared co-championship League honors vviTh WhiT-
Tier lasT fall and Then wenT on To win The League meeT. Each
year, The baskeTball Teams have given good accounTs of Them-
selves in all divisions.
Spring sporTs have been of championship caliber for several
years. In 1958, all Three divisions of The Track squad were vic-
Torious in The Pacific League, making The firsT Time in The hisTory
of The League ThaT one school had capTured all Three divisions
in one year. The B squad placed second in The CLF, finals in
1957. The baseball Team expecTs To baTTle for The Pacific League
championship This year afTer having gained The JV and Frosh
TiTles lasT year. The Teams hope To repeaT or beTTer such per-
formances again This year.
The varsiTy Tennis Team garnered The Pacific League Champion-
ship in 1955, 1956, and 1957. The golf Teams capTured Pacific
League Championships in 1957 and 1958 and expecT To do as
well in 1959. An early press Time did noT permiT The reporTing
of showings in The mid-winTer and spring sporTs, buT The coaches
were opTimisTic abouT The ouTcome of Their seasons.
While winning Top spoTs in Their individual sporTs is each
Team's obiecTive, The basic purpose of The enTire program
is To acauainT sTudenTs wiTh The many pleasures and loenefiTs To
be derived from parTicipaTions in sporTs. Win or lose, probably
The mosT imporTanT funcTions are The individual physical develop-
menT of The sTudenT and The undersTanding and pracfice of good
sporfsmanship and courTesy.
A parallel program of girls sporTs, implemenTed Through The Girls
AThleTic AssociaTion, has been in operaTion since The school was
esTablished. While noT compeTing in an inTra mural program, The
inTeresTed girls have had The opporTuniTy To meeT AssociaTion
members from oTher schools as They have compeTed during play
days each year. Each year also, The modern dance classes pre-
senT several performances of a Truly ouTsTanding dance reciTal.
The May performances are a highlighf of The closing weeks of
school. Girls parTicipaTing in The sporTs program have masTered
recreaTional skills which They will enioy beyond Their high school
Wifh The maTuring of The sporTs program, The compeTiTive sTand-
ing of The school has been appreciably beTTered and Apaches
enioy The pleasure of ouTsTanding Teams.
This is Kent Barney's second year as
Varsity backfield coach and assistant
track coach at Arcadia. He played foot-
ball while attending Loyola University
and before coming to Arcadia taught at
San Dieguito High in San Diego.
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Bill Zogg has completed his fourth year as Arcadia's
head Varsity football coach and Cee basketball
coach. He attended Westminster College, the Uni-
versity of Utah, Los Angeles State, and S.C., par-
ticipating in football and basketball and making
the All Conference teams in both. Before accepting
the coaching job at Arcadia, Zogg taught at South
High School in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dave Ackerman has been coaching J.V.
baseball and assisting as Varsity line
coach during the football season for the
past three years. At the University of
California at Berkley Ackerman lettered
in Varsity boxing.
Row l, Charles Gallo, Alan Miller, Gordon Reynolds, Rod Florea, Mike Lamb, Ken Ductor, Barton Morrison, John Woodruff, Gary Mykles. Row 2, Tom Williamson
Row 3, Charles Holland, mgr., David Gorman, Ken Kurb, Starr Everett, Mike Fraser, Richard Hall, Fred Scalzo, Ken McPherson, James Michael, Larry Krogh, Dennis
Mike Chilcoat, Don Uhl, Jeff Lynn.
gui ing ilzem, C0-Capfams
Coordinator of Athletics is Roy Wheeler's iob. While
attending Occidental College, he participated in
football, baseball, basketball and track. He has
been coaching at Arcadia since its beginning,
having previously coached at Alhambra High, Los
Angeles City High, and Puente High.
Coach Zogg led the varsity eleven to the greatest
football season Arcadia has known in the short
football history of the school. The team set many
new records this year including the first league
win, the first Homecoming win, and the first
year to win three games in a season. Sparking
Arcadia's greatly improved team were four
players whose outstanding play won for them
berths on the All Pacific League teams and two
players who received honorable mention awards.
In addition, the San Gabriel Valley Prep Football
Team judges named one Arcadia player on each
of their three teams.
Thomas Jay, John Batchelder, Charles Olmsted, John Wolfe, Dave Crocker, Robert Russell, Reg Rhodes, Jerry Collins, Roger Hedge, Edward Tallerino Martin Meeker
Meiners, John Hauk, Rex Patterson, mgr,
Row A, Relfe Patterson, Tim Chapman, Terry Santo, Larry Henderson, Brian Gill, Joe Surra Les Schultz
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Thomas Jay Mike Lamb Jeff Lynn Meme Meeker
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RUSHING ARCADIA OPPONENTS
Yards gained. .. .... 1472 1440
Yards lost ..... . . 268 276
Total yardage ..... . . .1204 1164
Average per carry .. .. 3.5 3.3
Longest gain ..... ...59 yards 93 yards
Passes attempted . . . . 136 83
Passes completed . .. . . 58 37
Percent completions . .. . .. 42.6 44.6 Alon Mme,
lnterceptions ....... . . 9 14
Total yards gained .. .. 703 613
Touchdown passes .. . . 4 6
Charles Olmsted makes yardage in close match with Whittier.
All Pacific League
All Pacific League
First String San Gabriel
Valley Prep Team
All Pacific League
All Pacific League
Third String San Gabriel
Valley Prep Team
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left, Varsity players carry Coach Zogg off the field after our first league win. Lower right, John Woodruff blocks as an Arcadia back romps
downfield. -Photo panel-Arcadia Tribune
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Leg Sqhulfz Joe Surrq Don Uhl Charles Holland Rex Patterson
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Coach Bob Bacon
Having returned to Arcadia High this
year after two years in the Army, Bob
Bacon has coached the J.V. team, and in
the early part of the season served as
pass offense coach for the combined
Varsity and Junior Varsity teams. While
attending Whittier College and U.S.C,, he
played football, tennis, and baseball.
This is his second year as an Arcadia
coach and teacher.
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Arcadia 40. . .
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garnere second place in eague pay,
Equipment Manager Don Hewitt
This is Don Hewitt's fifth year at
Arcadia High and he has stated
that he is very proud of Arcadia's
sports record this year. Before com-
ing to Arcadia, Mr. Hewitt played
two years of pro baseball and nine
years of semi-pro football. He is the
friend and confidant of all the higlc
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. . .19 Whittier
.. 7 Alhambra
.. O Mark Keppel
...l3 El Monte
. . .41 Monrovia
Steve Houghton carried the pigskin for a touchdown during the
Arcadia-Mark Keppel J,V. game.
J.V. Coach Bob Bacon led his team to a three-win five-loss season this year. He was very proud of his team's attitude and
fighting spirit. Thirty letters were awarded to the team members for their performance this season. Coach Bacon predicts that
at least four members will move up to first string varsity next year. The team was sparked by Bruce Hobbs, Corky Jones and
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Frank Robison Brian Braff, Joe Golf, Rex Patterson, Bill Meeker, Ted Dukeslaw, Steve Houghton, John Garton. Row 3, Bruce Hobbs, Wayne Randall, Gene Miller
Lyndon Larsen Bob Murphy, Ray Leonard, Tim Curry, Lyle Van Vleet, Reg Wheatly, Jim Bradley, Tom Harris, Stan Smith, Al Lansford. Row 4, Bob Bentley Bill
Snider, Marty La Vine, Bill Frazer, John Woodruff, Brent Wisely, Corky Jones, Art Donnelly, Don Harlan,
Arcadia l3... .. 6
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Coach John Bilbrey
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Bee football coach John Bilbrey has been
coaching at Arcadia for the past seven years.
He was pleased with the fighting spirit of the
team even though the results did not show up
well on the score board.
Coach Richard Carroll
A graduate of U,C.L.A., Assistant
Coach Richard Carroll has worked
with the Bee team for two years. He
has also coached the Frosh base-
ball team for the some period.
While in college he played one year
of Frosh baseball and two years of
Al Chozen scampers away from would be tacklers.
With no returning lettermen to spark the
team, inexperience spelled the difference
as the fighting Bees finished the season
with a record of two wins and six losses.
Twenty-seven players received letters
and Coach Bilbrey cited Steve Arnold
and Al Chozen for their outstanding play.
Co-captains for this year's team were
Steve Arnold and Joe Genova.
and flze live y ceeis were Sturdy contenders.
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Ralph Hooker, assistant coach of
the Cee squad, has been on the
coaching staff at Arcadia for the
past two years. He came to Arcadia
from lllinois, where he taught
physical education and coached
sports. Mr. Hooker has also served
as coach of the varsity basketball
The Cee's of Arcadia High this year were led
by Coach Schwab and sparked by their cap-
tains, Howard Lucas and Joe Rife. The team
got off to a slow start with only 2 returning
lettermen, and finished with 3 wins and 5
losses. Coach Schwab was pleased with the
tearn's fighting spirit and good sportsman-
ship. Twenty-nine players were awarded
Arcadia 7... .. O San Marino
Arcadia 6... .. 7 Arroyo
Arcadia O ....... 38 El Rancho
Arcadia O. .. . .19 Whittier
Arcadia l3. .. .. O Alhambra
Arcadia 12. .. .. 7 Mark Keppel
Arcadia O ....... 21 El Monte
Arcadia 6... . .14 Monrovia
Rounding out his third year at Arcadia,
Cee football coach Fred Schwab instructed
his team in a capable manner. He has
also coached Varsity and J.V. golf
since coming to Arcadia. While a student
at Los Angeles State College, Mr. Schwab
was a member of the golf team.
Row I, Jim Spencer, Jim Pedersen, John Shaffer. Row 2, Tim Osborn, Phil
Mortenson', Dick Landa, Bill Reno.
Coach Robert Jackson is the cross country,
track, and D basketball coach at Arcadia High.
He attended Occidental College where he par-
ticipated in track and basketball. He was very
pleased with his Cross Country teams this
year and stated that they were of champion-
Varsiiy lzarriers inislrecl flfze Season as C0-C ampions
Coach Bob Jackson led his seven Varsity Cross
Country men to one of Arcadia's greatest years,
tying with Whittier for first place in the Pacific
League. The team had three returning lettermen
and all seven team members were awarded let-
ters at the end of the season. The team, which
was sparked by Jim Spencer and Jim Pedersen,
set both course and school records.
Jim Pedersen, Jim Spencer and Phil Mortenson start otf in a Varsity
Bill Reno comes through the Qate at toP speed during the Monrovia meet. S
Jim Pedersen, a senior and captain ofthe T s fl- 2 V -
Cross Country team, has been running
Cross Country for two cmd a half years.
Jim holds the record of 8:lO.3. He also
holds the l32O record of 3:12.
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Arcadia's J.V. Cross Country team finished in third
place in the Pacific League this year. All of last year's
returning lettermen moved up to the Varsity, leaving
the J.V. team with no experienced runners. How-
ever, the J.V.'s had the largest turnout in their his-
tory and they set the course and school records.
Coach Jackson awarded letters to eleven runners.
Throughout the season, the team was sparked by
Trevor Bower, Rod Rogers, and Mark Carey.
Trevor Bower and Rod Rogers spark the J.V.
cross country in the Monrovia match.
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The start of an exciting win at the Arcadia-Monrovia
cross country meet.
Harvey Fisher, Row 2, Trevor Bower, John Stava, Don
Row l Maurice Clark Bob Clifton Ken Maior Rod Rogers Ken Wilson Mark Carey Wallace Kindel
Brown Pete Cooper Carlton McCaslun Garold Larsen Richard Latham Chuck Rumbaugh Row 3 Allen Bailey, Edwin Ellis, Bob Eisen, David Tickemyer, Gary
Cahill Dave Crandall Bob Vogel Jon Howell Row A Bruce Conrad Mike Luboviski Phil Turner Dave Caswell, Fred Porter, Mike Lund, Bill Fleming, George
Improving fowarcl file encl of file Season,
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with El Rancho.
Va rsffy Baskeflmif
Ralph l-looker's Varsity basketball
squad, led by Co-Captains Dick
Thull and Reg Rhodes, finished the
season with a 4-7 standing, placing
titth in the League.
Arcadia showed good improvement
over last year's record, and the team
achieved many near wins through-
out the season. ln addition, the Vare
sity team scored a total ot 581
points for all games played, as
compared to 614, the total score
of all the opposing teams. Seven
Varsity players earned letters this
place shot for two points.
Reg Rhodes clears opponents t
the Varsity Basketball qua
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Coach Ralph Hooker led his Varsity
Team 'ro a 4-vvin season This year.
The Team showed improvernenf ov-
er last year and, according To Mr.
Hooker, There are greaf possibilifies
for next season, Mr. Hooker has
been coaching The varsity for The
past Two years.
Coach Hooker and Yecm huddled durung the match wufh Whither
Don Hand blocks while Joe Scliade shoots up for Two points.
closecl flze compeiiffon
Honorable Mention-All Pacific League
First Team-All Pacific League
Row lr Dave Reidenbach, Lynn Cosbey, Don Hand, Joe Schade, Lee Sfrolher, Dick Rossj Ed McCracken, Larry Allen-
maneger. Row 2: Rex Patterson-manager, Dick Thull, Al Miller, Tom Hilgaertner, Reg Rhodes, Jerry Collins, Thad
lay defeating their arc rivals,
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Row lr Phil Mortensen, Eric Godfrey, Steve Strampe,
Minoux, Jim Lorenz, Gary Cramer, Ron Dorazio.
J. V. Scores
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Arcadia 74 .
Arcadia 8l .
Arcadia 31 . .
Arcadia 41 .
Arcadia 48 .
Arcadia 40 .
Arcadia 44 ..
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. . Alhambra
.. El Monte
. . . Whittier
. . Alhambra
Arcadia High School's J.V.
team finished the season
by winning the league
championship w i t h a
seven-win, oneeloss rec-
ord. The tea m was
coached by the able John
Bilbrey, who was very
pleased with their per-
formance, the re s u l t s
showing great possibilities
for the coming years.
Dan Nash, Dove Taylor, Ken Wilson, Eric Von Bauer, Row 2: John Gorton, Bill Miclean, Bill Bronson, Brian
Coach Ray Pascoe and the
m i g h t y Arcadia Bees
closed the season with a
near miss at the league
championship. An eight-
win, two-loss record was
enough to give them sec-
ond position. Coach Pas-
coe was very happy with
the team results and plans
to give Arcadia a league
win next year.
Row lr Joe Genova, Bill Griffitts, Steve Thurman, Barry Eichorn, Bob Shima, Bud Michaels. Row 2: Al Chozen, Je
Lundin, Bill Hedlund.
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. .. El Monte
. . . Monrovia
. . Mark Keppel
.. . El Monte
. . . Monrovia
Herb Schmitt, Dick
Bob Jackson and
ROW li Toni' Domi Rl-'ssell Bfmlsor Def1f1iS L0leSllli Sieve Copsan, Ed Boxer, Steve North, Roger Evans. Rovv 2: Jack Wiltso, Bob Davis, Larry Davis, Pete l'v6Vi90Odf
Dave Waldvogel, Bill Cummings-Manager.
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... ... Alhambra
.. El Monte
... ... Alhambra
.. El Monte
Coach Bill Zogg led his
im to a six vviri,
five loss season Coach
Ycaa vvrrs vvell pleased
wvli this year S 'earn and
mfr:- s area' resiJl's now?
r ir Mi' 7oaa also is
if 'iir iq Varsity FoO'br1ll,
Row l- Don Phares, Wayne Haas, Dave Crandall, Ted Horton, Jim Langhren,
Mike Luboviski, Steve Wickes, Robin Waldvogel, William Gibbs, Ken Hart.
hs Coe squad tnislied
he season with a seven
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Lynn Cosbey aces a ound third base in march with Rosemead.
Coach John Bilbrey is The
Varsity coach af Arcadia
High School. This is Mr. Bil-
brey's oth year as the var-
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press Time The Team had a
6 win, 6 loss record. Top
players were Ron Giam-
brone and Bob Gaspar.
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Herb Schmfr leads The way in The Varsity l2O yard high hurdles.
Arcadia's cindermen were on The war
paTh. LasT year all Three divisions won
The Pacific League championship and
They were afTer iT again This year. Jim
Mills, Jim Pedersen and Bill Reno were
iusT a few of The Top TlighT aThleTes on
The rosTer. Jim Pedersen placed fiTTh in
Va rsffy Tracie
Coach Bob Jackson, who led
The Track Teams To win all
Three classiTicaTions in The
Pacific League lasT year,
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ning Teams This year. For
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Coach Jackson see The Cross
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Arcadia keep iTs high Track
sTandards This year, also
helped coach The Track Teams
To championships in all Three
classiTicaTions lasT year. For
more inTormaTion a b o u T
Coach Barney see The FooT-
The naTion as a miler when he ran The
mile in 4:2i.9 in The CompTon Relays.
Coach Bob Jackson, AssisTanT Coach KenT
Barney, and posTgraduaTe Kirby SmiTh
developed A rc a cl i a ' s championship
Teams inTo Tip-Top condifion and aT press
Time excellenT marks were mounTing.
at press time file Area ia fracie feams
Jim Mills streaks to victory in the Varsity relay against Whittier.
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Clearing the bar in the Bee High Jump competition was Dick
lit CJ pre-game warmup, Fred Scalzo practices the shot-put, Jim Spencer finished first in the Varsity mile event with Alhambra,
had a strong C ance or another
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jump event against Rosemead.
After winning the championship in the Bee
division of the Pacific League last year, the
Bee cindermen were again after the title
this year. Many outstanding marks were
recorded and sportsmanship was tops ,
Members of the Bee track squad were, seated, left to right: Dennis Beason, John Little, Garolcl Horson, Bruce Ungerlond, Dudley Michael, Les Schultz, Steve
Thurman, Don Brown, Baird Caswell, and Ray Leonard, manager. Standing: Mark Carey, Dave Dueker, Dave Fillmore, Jon Williams, Chuck Rumbciugh, Jerry
Pearring, Steve Waylett, Trevor Bower, Gentry Shaw, Roger Martin and Barry Eichorn,
C ampfons fp in all tlzree fvisions.
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Dave Sheets, Moc MacDonald and Harold Gilman lunge forward in
C lOO yard dash.
Jim Troxel finished first in the C 660 with Alhambra
Second and third places went to Rich Hendrick and Dave Long
Pacific League champions -that was the title
the Cee harriers were again vying for this year.
Each member of the team gained valuable ex-
Q , perience and, under Coach Jackson's direction,
' 'S M developed skill in each event in which they
1 ,Pl , participated.
Jerry Collins clears the bar at il' 6 to place second in pole I
vault competition with Rosemead.
Members of the Cee track squad were, seated, left to right: Bill Soule, Pete Bandurraga, Bill Classen, Ted Horton, Howard Lucas, Dave Caswell, Mike Lund,
Dave Long, Ken Dorsett, Manuel Garcia, Dave Crandall, Tim Osborn and Gary Cahill. Standing: Mike Luboviski, Dave Sheets, Bill Fleming, Don McDonald, Mac
MacDonald, Pete Livengood, Rich Hedrick, Bob Eisen, Mike Fields, John Oliver, Larry Shaul, Steve Copson, -Dexter Jones, Richard Albert, Gary Rees, Doug Soule
and Ray Leonard, manager.
aimed, foward league c ampfons ips.
Members of the Varsity golf team were, left
Pat McCarty, Jeff Goldberg, and Dick Grinstead.
Coach Schwab's golf teams have been
Pacific League champions for the last
two years and were after the title again
this year. Arcadia's golf teams are
known on Southern California golf
courses for their good sportsmanship
and golf etiquette, Top man on the team
this year was Harry Taylor.
to right, front row: Bob Wellman, Harry Taylor, and Dick Jackson. Back row: Gene Miller, Bill Griffitts,
Coach Schwab led the Arcadia golf
team to great success during the season.
The team obtained their skill by intense
practice at the Arcadia golf course.
junior Va rsity Golf
J V golfers were left to right Bob Vogel Mike Brent Bill Miclean and Joel Loane
Parffcfpafing in Sporfs wlzfclz can e
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op of the Son Gabrlel mountains Arcadia Hugh gurls parhclpare In a varied and sarlsfymg sports program
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An understandung of the basuc fundamentals
of varuous sports plus coordunatuon un these
games these are the results each gym teacher
struves for every Arcadua Hugh gurl to accomplush
Havung fun whule partucupatung us one of the maun
characterustucs un the sports program But above
all co operatuon and good sportsmanshup are
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A favorite of many energetic Apache girls is the stimulating sport of tennis.
While recovering arrows, the girls observe the accuracy
of their marksmanship.
Practicing the skill of teeing off, these golfers polish
techniques before going to play on the Santa Anita
Ever willing to help many Arcadia High girls is
Matilda Philipp, matron of the girl's Physical Ed-
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Chatting about everything from boys to ancient history, girls
To hit a homerun is the goal of this Apache as she swings smartly at the
await final dressing bell before assembling into squad lines,
Fun and thrills are combined in the fast moving game of speedball.
The girls take turns on the trampoline, a popular attraction, es
peciolly when they are scheduled for the girls gym.
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Many opportunities have been provided over the years for stu-
dents who have special talents and interests. In the development
of Arcadia High School's curriculum offerings, due consideration
has been given to providing classes in the Fine Arts, such as
vocal music, instrumental music, public speaking, drama and
modern dance. Publications have also been established.
In addition, a club program in which groups of students may
pursue special interests and talents has been organized. The
American ideal of community responsibility and service has been
furthered through club sponsored proiects for the benefit of
worthy causes at school and in the city.
Collection of clothing for orphanages and needy families as well
as the traditional White Christmas collection of canned goods
and money has continued from year to year. These have been
distributed through local welfare channels and are only two such
projects which have been promoted during the year. The annual
Pow Wow, sponsored by the High School P.T.A. and participated
in by school clubs has served as a money raising proiect for the
benefit of the P.T.A.'s welfare program on campus.
Music groups, both orchestral and vocal, have presented several
concerts during the year. Many civic organizations have been
entertained by the various vocal groups which each year make
more than fifty appearances.
Competing with many other Southern California forensic groups,
Arcadia's speech students have won an impressive number of
tournaments during the year, reflecting honor on the school.
Drama students have presented a series of outstanding one-act
plays for the enjoyment of the public.
Members of the school's publications staffs have labored dili-
gently to keep students informed of campus happenings through
the school newspaper and to provide outstanding memory
books in the Arcadian.
Participants in all these organizations have given freely of their
time and enthusiasm to make each club or group a success.
Because of the extended day, it has made it impossible for fresh-
men to participate actively in the club program.
Apaches can look back on eventful and rewarding years of club
T ose groups wlziclz meet during regu ar CGSS
sessions were esfgnaieaf as . . .
Included in the curriculum program of Arcadia
High School are many elective courses which
meet during a specific class period. These are
designated as class organizations and cover a
large field of subiects, such as music, speech,
drama, modern dancing, school publications,
and many others. Enhancing the general campus
atmosphere, these groups carry on a variety of
activities and provide opportunities for students
with special abilities and interests.
In order to qualify for Scholarship Club, a
student must have satisfactory effort and
citizenship grades and be carrying three or
more academic subjects. ln these subjects
he must have a minimum of twelve points.
A's count three points, B's count one
point, and a C in any subiect except
Physical Education disqualifies the student.
When computing points for Scholarship Club,
an A in an accelerated course counts 3.75
points, and a B in an accelerated course
counts l.75 points.
Sclzofars fp . . .
Scholarship Club sponsors
Arnold, Gallegos and Fred
Row lr Carolyn Syphers, Betsy Spencer, Marilyn Schwab, Linnie Young, Marian Morisse, Susan Barnes Margaret Owen Janet Bryant Dorothy Janks Row 2 Kath
leen Lidholm, Judy Polansky, Anne Reid, Ellen Potter, Marian Spaulding, Lynne Blyth, Mary Stewart Row 3 Leland De Priest Steve McCray Bob Nscolais Charles
Pfefterkorn, Will Reid, Einar Anderson, Lynn Bush, Beth Foye. Scholarship members not pictured are Norman Balliff Peter Bandurraga Bill Miller Brian Scanlon
Charles Holland, David Lamel, William Griffitts, Patrick Marriott, David Reidenbach, Garrett Green and Michael Yates
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Working diligenTly ThroughouT The year The Annual
STaff's main goal was To produce a yearbook which,
in The coming years, would bring back The cherished
memories of high school days.
Beginning The year wiTh The selling of adverTising,
They followed up wiTh planning page layouTs, Tak-
ing picTures of school acTiviTies, and wriTing and
Mrs. Reegler, The sponsor, has worked along wiTh
The sTafT and given advice on The many problems
ThaT arose wiTh The planning of The annual.
Mrs. Hazel Reegler
Beginning The year wiTh The sale
of adverTising To The Arcadia
merchanTs, The adverTising sTafT
confinued iTs imporTanT iob
ThroughouT The year. They wenT
To work planning The layouT of
Their pages and arranaed for all
picTures which needed To be
Taken. The adverTising secTion
was one of The sources of in-
come for The Arcadian.
Photographers were, left To right: Bud Budwonh, WalT FooTe, and Bob ADVERTISING MANAGER
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Spending many hours in the development of pictures for the Pow Wow were John Stava
and Bud Budworth.
Veteran iournolists, Judy Brown and Ginny Syers, check
their page racks before planning for o new issue.
Campus events, school news of general
interest, school achievements and per-
sonal triumphs, well sprinkled with fea-
tures and editorials, are reportorial
responsibility of the newspaper staff.
Meeting each day, class members inter-
view sources, gather the news, write
copy, copyread and proof read material
as well as planning page layout for
each paper. They master the skills of
newspaper production as they report
the news to all Arcaolians.
faff mem ers reporfecl campus news
FIRST PAGE EDITOR SECOND PAGE EDITOR THIRD PAGE EDITOR FOURTH PAGE EDITOR
GIYIVIY SYGVS Anne Jackson Henry Avellar
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Mr R O Wulson dnrected the Jesters productions dunng
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S Dobson K Camphouse J Buxton P Rumpau B Lynn
Row 2 B Blanchard H Moody S Stevens S Stuhrman
Wells S Dyer S Swanson Row 3 S Lunqutst
Cole S Steck S Wayment A Blvens M Ralnus D
Logan Row 4 R Darlrng B Olson K Young M Tlllot
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Presrdent Phll Keene
Vice-President: Dave Lundberg
Secretary-Treasurer: Norm Hollingshead
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Through the presentatuon ot two groups of one act
plays Jesters members have gained experrence In
theatncal productuons as well as provuole entertaun
ment tor both students and adults In addntuon they
have presented the Mellodrarna at the l959 Pow
Thus year the Thesplans dlvlded unto two groups
rneetung tntth and sixth perlods have attended plays
at dlfferent theaters along wuth thenr addutlonal ac
Under the leadershup ot theur sponsor Mr Wnlson
and thenr elected ottlcers the Jesters have received
valuable Instruction In drama production and tech
rama, come y an mysfery.
One of The many plays by
The .lesfers was Submer-
ged. lf was given in June
for various English classes.
Portrayung the characters In Submerged were Carlton McCclslme Dave Logan Phll Keene Dave
Lundberg and Sfeve Baum
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penocl Jesfers class rehearse
or Wnfch Hazel a al
Rehearsung for Wntch Hazel were Row l lefr to rrght Pat Cole Lynn Blyrh Caroll Sfansey Lor
ranne McNe1l and Leflanu Farago Row 2 JoAnna Buxton Marcna Ralnus Path Rlmpau Dorrne Wells
Sharol Stevens Marcra Luster Sandy Steck and Anne Blvens -.4
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direc'ed all Orchesis acTiviTies.
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Jan Carver, The Bod Wmch frightens The Wizard lBonnie Nashl The Tin
Woodsman lWendy Pauleyl and The Good Wifch ISusan Barnesl look on.
PresenTing Their spring show, A BiT of Oz, was
The main evenf of This pasT year Tor Orchesis mem-
bers. Melinda Lewis had The leading role of Doro-
Thy. OTher characTers were The Scarecrow, Ginny
Syersg The Lion, Ann Reeve, The Good WiTch, Susan
Barnesg The Wizard, Bonnie Nash: The Tinwoodsman,
Wendy Pauleyq anal The Bad WiTch, .lan Carver.
The Scarecrow lGinny Syersl surprises DoroThy lMelinda Lewisl as The Cowara
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Orchesls ll meers lhird period every day To prepare dances for the spring show, Th- group is composed of girls who ore more cdvonced dcmcers.
Because of lock of space, Identification of all members ln ihe three groups is impossible.
was a part of file spring specfacu ar.
nb-e's of Orchesis I mee' every Monday ofrernoon cxrd eferymlnlrd Monday nigh' during rhe year, Orchesls l members, os prc'ured on pages M16
147 are less experrenced dancers bu? they appear in seyercl numbers ln The Sprung Show.
Oufsfandfng musical groups ma e many
As The mosT aclvancecl large singing group
aT Arcaclici High School, The A Cappella choir has
parTicipaTed in many musical programs and ac-
TiviTies Thr'oughouT the year.
Highlighting The year Tor The A Cappella was
The annual presenTation aT Handels Messiah ,
The choir also sang for a community church ser-
vice held aT The Arcadia PresbyTerian Church
on The eve of Thanksgiving Day.
Row lr Marion Cvrlkerson, Billie Wyatt, Sharon Suter, Lynn Richards, Nancy Cum-
mings, Lynn Adams, Carolyn Slemmon, Carol Hebing, Carol Scandalis, Sue Phares,
Linnie Young, Gloria Elliof, Linda Ferris, Kay Hansen, Dick Leach. Row 2: Carol
Herda, Victoria Stephenson, Sue Elvvell, Pam Waddell, Pam Neely, Dawneen Nan-
ningrr, Cindy Ellis, Linda Henry, Carol Fisher, Ann Frederickson, Nancy Jusenuis,
Sandy Keith, Therese Boyd, Carol Crockett, Jeff Gonzalez, Row 3: Walter Wald-
vogel, Greg Jorden, Linda North, Susan Betsinger, Diane Clinton, Chris Wingard,
Marilyn Healy, Carol Evans, Susie Drstel, Lynn Hege, Wendy Pauley, Randy Kusik,
Linda Little, Bruce Hobbs. Row 11: Jerry Draughon, Jerry Rein, Allen Bailey, Chuck
Pullman, Wendell Phillips, Murray McClellan, Brian Morgan, Fred Scalzo, Jan
Johnston, Kay Hilton, Jerry Walovicz, Sue Jackson, Mary Tillotson, Gerri Hayden,
Helen Smith, Julia Alutin, Ted Anspach, Jerry Collins, Francis Schmidt. Row 5:
Garold Larson, Steve Vest, Terry Santo, Ken Major, Phil Mortenson, Jeff Lund,
Gentry Shaw, John Gorton, Chris Miller, Norman Wrobbel, Dan Lorenz, Tim Chap-
man, Bob Russell, John Hauk, Frank Hardinge, Derek Smethurst, Thad Montgom-
ery, Jim Dale, Al Seidner.
Row l: Bonnie Nash, Michael Blyth, Sandy Keith, Jane Camp-
bell, Linda Little. Row 2: Karen Waermo, Joanne MacDonald,
Sandy Bock, Taffy Giggey, Randy Kusick. Row 3: Jim Otto-
sen, Janefte Johnston, Helen Smith, Julie Alutin, Paul Bur-
lingame. Row 41 Bill Weik, Wayne Woods, Bill Kumer, Ed
Loieski, Frank Schmidt.
ChanTeurs, The double ocTeT, have provided mu-
sical enTerTainmenT Tor many PTA. TuncTions and
have Treguently appeared aT civic meetings in
The communiTy. They also appeared on Television
during The year.
appearances during ilze year.
Mixed clzorus an girs' gee fraine vocalists
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Row 1: Shirley Barrett, Sandra Turmon, Linda Lancaster, Loretta Anspach, Susan Slade, Nancy Keding. Row 2: Sue Rehwaldt, Pam Reutter, Cheryl Berg-
endorff, Beverly Murray, JoAnn Pedersen, Susie Dyer, Linda Frederickson, Sue Cochran. Row 3: Linda Henderson, Pamela McShane, Chris Henry, Virginia
Heale, Cindy Sanders, Sue Miller, Sheila Goehler, Nancy Burger, Linda Moore. Row 4: Greg Bertram, Chuck Baumbach, Gary Dfaughon, Sally Johns, Jody
Hayden, Chris Whipple, Cindy YouTs, Judy Cameron. Row 5: John Garcia, Jeff Johnston, Ron Kincaid, Brent Wisely, David Burwell, Bob HvisTendahl,
Terry Sanro, Edric Green, Gary Thornhill.
Members of The Mixed Chorus Trained during They made appearances Tor civic groups and
The year for The day when They would be eli- parTicipaTed in The annual presentaTion of The
gible Tor membership in The A Cappella. Messiah and Spring ConcerT.
Raw i- Judy Watkins Diane Dickson, Betty Davidson, Carol Hawkins, Sandy Meyers, Mary Whitney, Sue Sommer, Nancy Roberts, Sue PeTers, Sandra
Meyer Sandy Kinqdon Pam Ross, Roxana Herkner, Cheryl Frank, Susanna Judd, Sheryl Wysock, Sharon Rickard, Susan Busch, Joanne Davis, Marilyn
Wing, Phyllis Coon, Joan Johnson, Carole Sundstram, Julie Marsh, Kendra Bock, Carole Taylor, Roberta McLaren, Amelia Marsh, Nancy Wells, Carol
l5O Kennedy, Virginia Young, Elvira Diaz, Carolyn Lange, Marilyn Russell, Nancy Bourrette, Connie Peterson, Jean McHue, Lynn Mechom, Bev Howard,
Kerske, Arlene Taft, Pam Harris, Merilee Burtt, Joan Tepper, Cynthia Anderson, Linda McDonald, Jane Uhl, Jari Liddle, Gail Malone, Pat Jones, Sidney
for parffcfpafion in a vance music groups.
Pow l Peggy Donegan, Linda Carter, Sharol Stevens, Linda Williams, Romilda Rafaelovich, Susan Glass, Elaine Shurlcus, Row 2: Sandy Heib, Pat
Leese, L'iur'e Clark, Charlene Brad Bonnie Maine-s Marian Wilgus, Diane Wilbourn. Row 3: Janice Livacich, Pita Murohy, Judy Schafer, Penny Roche,
Cherie Cochran, Donna Sliivvly, Donna Peters, Mabel Miles, Judy Merbitz, Pa' Bullard, Raw 4: Joanne Byron, Jim Augenstein, Judy LeClere, Roberta
Hyder, Bill Norris, Shari Bonds Charlotte Unland, Al Barnes, Don Harlan, Row 5: Steve Ellison, Roddy Rogers, Bill Miclean, Bob Chilton, Shelley McDonald,
Al Smitli, Sid Thomason Fred Peach, Greg Meyer.
Enioying their first year of singing at Arcadia look forward To becoming members in Mixed
High School, participants in the Girls' Glee Club Chorus andthe A Cappella.
G1'rls I Glce
Sawrlfe Judy Chandler, Siaran Morrison, Ba'bara Bauer, Susan Molino, Marilyn VVin'ers, Clauda Needham Pow 2 Mary Srnith, Judy Smith, Linda
BWP ', Carol Neufeld, Karen Wightrrian, Pow 3: Jeraldne Phillips, Pa' Cowing, Barbara Brcflf, Poselyn Woodward, Sharon Page, Sharon Lamb, Viclfi
Gourley, Mary Hutcheson. Pow 4: Jane Do J l' W'l
e, acaueine icox, Joyce Stevens, Valerie Miller, Barbara Forbes, Jacquel ne Fisher, Shirley Caoos, Grace
Victoria Smith, Julie Briggs Pow 5: Emy Sue Wilson, Laurie Schultz, Shelley McDonald, Lynda Barley, Laura Beck, Parn Wlkin, Puth Picker, Kathleen
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Symphony Orchestra by Section-Violins: John Green, Sally Fritch, Gwen Lockwood, Pat Banko, Jane Fenton, Irene Blake,
Foye, Patricia Weidaw, Lesley Wasserburger. Cellos: Sue Christy, Deana Schuck, Nan Burns, Anne Reeve, Jane Phillips
Clarke, Sheila Kaplan, Phyllis Arozena and Carla Hultgren. Oboe: Bob Winn. Clarinetsi Ginnie Sinson, Ron Dietz, Bob
ets: Ancly Anderson, Jean Willis and Richard Wilson. Trombonesf Fred Childs, Ken Kirmsse and Mark Mitchell.
ine insfrumenfal performances
The Symphony Orchestra, under the di-
rection ot Francis J. Boyer, has presented
two concerts sponsored by the Arcadia
Music Club. In addition, the orchestral
accompaniment tor the annual perform-
ance ot Handel's Messiah was perform-
ed by this outstanding group.
Row 1: Bob Winn, Mariorie Clarke, Sheila Kaplan, Lucille Svoboda, Gail Splaver, Harvey Knell, Jim Rager, Carolyn
Stafford, Jack Moore, Sandy Stuhrman, Harold Gilman, Bill Roth, Donna Steinbrenner, Bill Cranmer, Joe Rogers, Dennis
Lynn Bailift, Jon Wallace, John Terhorst, Ken Bingham, Mo Kindell, Steve Brown, Tom McGannon, Stan Robertson, Jean
Barry Miller, Jim Moore, Fred Childs. Row 4: Joe Alexander, Carolyn Barker, Nate Kaufman, Dave Hinrichs, Ruth Bishop,
Mitchell, Jett Linden, Beth Foye, Judy Darrow, Carolyn Spencer, Carole Gillis, Jerry Weidaw. Standing: Mr, Sandford,
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Members by section: Violins: Karen Paulson, Mary Lee Stewart, Mary Jo Holmes, Joe Cannon, Elizabeth Hamilton, Gayle Tuchscherer,
Judy Stennett, Linda Omohundro. Violas: Lesley Wasserberger, Georgia Hildreth, Cello: Jane Phillips, Zan Ford. Basses: Peter Bandurraga,
Roberta Barrett, Dexter Jones. Flutes: Harvey Knell, Carolyn Stuhrman, Gail Splaver. Clarinets: Lynn Bailiff, Brandon McClintock,
Richard Albert. Trumpets: Steve Brown, Ken Bingham, Jim Hamilton. Horn: Harold Gilman. Trombone: Barry Miller. Percussion: Richard
Holliday, Maurice Clark,:Patti Mitchell. Piano: Beverly Fritch, Phillippa McNab and Vicki Meguiar.
Serving as a training program for less ex- .3-
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QV C? pgrllalpcle ln Concerls Gong Wllh The XV Boys' Glee Club prepares its members for
emor rc eslrc' .7 fx further participationin musical organizations.
Row lf Richard Fraschetti, David Stanton, Jim Cudlip, Ralph Ashauer, Marco Bovee, Harold Valencia. Row 2: Robert Walkman, Arnold Barker, Don
Nebeker, Mike Lund, Robert Thompson. Row 3: Edmund White, Ranney Adams, Jim Laughren, Douglas Balcom, Edward Renaltner, Steve Magallanez,
Frank Johnson. Row 4: Randolph Alfieri, Jim Valentine, Richard McCreary, Sam Winzel, Gary Kleckner, Donald McDonald, Jim Rollins. Row 5: Carter
Gengler, Roger Little, Cliff Clark, Larry Shaul, Larry Snow, Tom Lawson and Richard Curry,
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Finalists in speech competition admire Sweepstakes trophy. Pictured above, are lleft to
rigthl Mrs. Marie Carroll, speech coach, Mike Thorpe, Joan Ford, Steve Houghton, Margaret
Owen, Torn McCauley, and Fred Stoffel.
Row T: J. Hoover, C, Vance, F. Stoffel, G. Hunt, C, Chopper, S. Logan, D. Wilson. Row 2: J
Schlesinger, M. Owen, G. McNab, G. Papac, M. Thorpe, S. Houghton, S. McCray, C. Mueller,
J. Coke, Row 3: C. Matheny, J. Ford, J. Polanslcy, F. Hardinge, J. Ott, S. Riggins, C. Gorman
O. Webb. Row 4: M. Koppel, K. O'Keefe, P. Arth, J. Rinek, K. Willis, J. Gathers, B. Beason
N. Jasper, C. Brock.
The Forensics club consists of Arcadia High
Schools speech and debate squads. They have
participated in all Invitational, Practice, and State
Qualifying Tournaments and have carried away
Mike Thorpe won high praise and was invited
to attend the National Forensics League Conven-
tion in Miami, Florida, June 23-26, l959. Mrs.
Marie Carroll, the group sponsor, will accom-
pany him on the trip.
Mrs. Marie Carroll
The officers are:
Mike Thorpe, President
Steve Houghton, Vice President
Georganne Papac, Secretary
Gillian McNab, Treasurer
Tom McCauley, I.C.C. Representative
Organizations meeting outsicte class
were esignatect as
Since Arcadia High School was first built, many clubs and
organizations have been formed. Some of these organiza-
tions meet during a regular class session, but others meet
before or after school. These clubs have been classified
under the general heading of after-school clubs.
Such clubs cover a wide variety of subiect areas and
interests. Some are only school organizations, but others
have nationwide memberships. Some are based on par-
ticular classes or subiects offered at the high school,
while others cover subiects not offered in specialized
classes, and many of the infinite interests of the students.
The protects of these clubs include both school and com-
munity philanthropic endeavors.
Due to the extended day bell schedule, the organizations
that do not meet during a scheduled class period are re-
quired to meet either before or after school, during the
evenings, or on holidays. This differs from previous years
when one period was set aside each week for club
The club program is an important part of Arcadia High
and gives the students an opportunity to participate in
those activities which most interest them.
After Sctloot Clubs
The annual Pow Wow, traditionally a May event,
was the scene of much activity. Brightly colored
booths, each managed by a school organization,
were set up in the rally court.
Again this year the P.T.A. sponsored the Pow
Wow and each club joined in raising funds for
the P.T.A. on behalf of the high school.
Students enioyed meeting friends and visiting the various gaily-decorated booths at the 1959 Pow Wow.
Kuowa offucers were lleft to rughtl Row 'I Kaye Hansen Vuce Presudent Barbara
Ware Presudent and Margue Clarke Secretary Row 2 Dorothy Nussen Hustcruan
Susan Schubert ICC Representatuve and Marcua Northrop Treasurer
the Kuowas throughout the year
Honor Cu mem ers Serve f e sc 00
An honorary organuzatuon the Kuowa Club us maunly con
cerned wuth servuce both un the school and communuty Kuowa
members led by theur oftucers and advused by theur sponsors
have been actuve un many prolects and atfaurs
Each year no more than 20 gurls are chosen from the Arcadua
Hugh Junuor Class to be Kuowas clurung theur seruuor year
Membershup us based on the total number of pounts earned
by each cancludate un both actuvutues and academuc work The
gurls receuve pounts for holdung school oftuces
and workung un varuous clubs and commuttees
Havung submutted theur applucatuons the candu
dates are uuclgecl on the basus of how many
pounts they earned above a set munumum The
names of those gurls accepted are announced
durung an assembly at the close of theur lunuor
The l958 Kowa members were lleft to rughtl Row I Kaye Hansen Sandy Swanson Marulyn Hester and Marcua Northrop Row 2 Melunda Lewus
Lynne Hege Carole Mueller Nancy Jusenuus and Margue Clarke Row 3 Dsune Gulchrusr Lesle Hucks Sagem Bynes Dorothy Nrssen Sandy Johnson
Cahude Illeru and Barbara Ware Not puctured Molly Sunkule
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Muss Muruel Dayus lrughtl ably assusted and advusecl
Key Club, affiliated with Kiwanis international,
is the boys' honor society at Arcadia High. They
serve the school and community in various ways.
One of their many activities is a scholarship
program entitled A Dollar for a Scholar, which
they have promoted on a national basis. The
Key Club members serve annually at the Mother-
Daughter Banquet and coesponsor the Sweet-
Sponsors: Donald Nordvold, Allan Jaynes and not
pictured, James Smalldon.
assisfecf in community
projects anal School Serwce
Officers pictured left to right are: Greg Meyers, Scholarship
Chairman, Fred Yeager, President, Jim Pedersen, Vice Presi-
dent, Bob Winn, Historian. Not pictured are: Wayne Sims,
Secretary, Chuck Tharalson, Treasurer, and Corky Jones, l.C.C.
Row l: Ronald Ricker, Mike Killeen, Ken Wilson, Corky Jones, Wayne Sims, Fred Yeager, Jim Pedersen, Andy Anderson, Ken Dorsett, Bill Griffitts Row
2: Allan Jaynes, Bob Winn, Mike Yates, Gary Green, Eric vonBauer, Gary Cramer, Herb Schmitt, Steve McClintock, Jim Michaels, John Wolfe Bill Reno
Steve McCray, Donald Norvold. Row 31 Mike Chilcoat, Les Schultz, Relfe Patterson, Bart Morrison, Steve Vest, Greg Meyer, Joe Genova, Tim Chapman
Larry Davis, Steve Houghton, Charles Olmstead. Not pictured: Ted Angel, Glenn Broadhead, Jim Carnal, Bill Cooper, ltalo Gattei, Dick Hall Thad
Montgomery, Reg Rhodes, Chuck Tharlson.
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President Betty Widmann Row l G Lovine E Dumbacher K Willis B Widmann C Conger C Wheeler Row 2 J
Vice President Sue Rehwgldr Polansky C Hunt M McKey T Welch N Faddts C Ely Mr Dennison Row 3 L Anspach
Secretary Lynn Dixon E Oltman J Knight P Roche C Desbrow
Treasurer Andrea Reichert
Historian Marilyn Hester
IC C Kathy Wlllls
Sponsor Mr Dennison
Vice President, Sandy Swanson
Secretary: Sandy Gath
Treasurer: Joanne Schlesinger
Historian. Judy Wolters
l.C.C.: Dede Lamatrice
Soonsor. Mrs. Bonita Schwartz
Row lf J. Morgan, J. Davis, B. Campbell, B. Cobswell, H. Smith, J. Zoellner, K. Miller, S. Thomas
N. Whitney. Row 2: E. Potter, M. Soaulding, L. Mclntosh, J. Schlessinger, S. Goth, J. Knoth, S
Swanson, D. Lamatrice, J. Wolters, M. Wills, A. Vaccaro. Row 3: B. Touchon, L. Moore, R. Nash
B. Swett, J. Russedll, B. Hair, B. Lietz, L. Kingsbury, J. Rude, C. Haight, B. Himelhoclc, L. Kissler
B. Janlcs, K, Davis, C. Ely. Row A: M. Schaeck, L. Lucas, E. Dumbacher, P. Leese, L. Baire, P
Mandeville, S. Willaims, B. Thorsen, S. Thiele, P. Maranville, P, Cameron, K. Close, C. Katz.
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Presidenf Andy Zinsmeyer w I G Russell J Geary A Zinsrneyer T McCasline M Brown Row 2 S McCasline
Vice President Tony McCosline Bariey E Von Bauer andS McCasline
Secretary Wendy Wafson
Treasurer Jim Sfolfze
Sponsor Edward Whnfemore
President: Dorothy Nissen
Vice President. Carol Hansen
Secretary- Leslie Hicks
Treasurer: Linda Feise
IC C. Represenrafivez Ginny Simson
Sponsor. Miss Ann Gaydos
Row L1 E. Loieski, L. Du Fresne, J. Livaccn, L, Moore, L. Hicks, V. Garter, D. Nissen, C. Hlerr, L
Ferse, G. Simson, C. Hansen, A. Schrnocker. Row 21 Mr. L. Davies, C. Powell, J. Maddox, A, Alpert
B. Johnson, P. McKenzie, C. Hunt, C. Panrus, VV, Peterson, A. Reeve, S. Clnrisry, M. Mitchell
Row 3 N. Burns, C. Syorwers, J. Rude, C. Scdndoiia, T. Silberhorn, C. Spencer, J. Licn, M. Iber
snoff, P Sproul, B. Tnorsen, D Gaffney, M. Hudson, D. FlueY,V.AbrCJL1Grns.
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Row l H Scholtz B Lynn C Hagen L Frank A Jackson E Phillips Row 2 Robert Green President Carolyn Hagen Vice
Soonsor J Woodruff C Regel A Read K Rennnck B Dretze Walter La Gler Sponsor Presldent Lynn Frank Secretary
Bonnne Lynn Treasurer Anne Jack
Row 3 D Sxmpson B Johnson G Wood D Stubbs S Phares
Presndent Rlck Wasson Vice Pres:
dent Leo Horstman Secretary Treas
urer John Gray
Vusrtnng the San Diego Zoo to study
brologlcal science was one of the mam
actlvntres ofthe Blology Club durung the
Rowl R Relnlnger J Gray R Wasson S onsor B Bravo G Movvat W Hull
lb? R Holliday J Gaffey Rowl? Mr Phenix A Vega
Meeting about once a month Astronomy
Club members have used both thenr own
and the school s retractrng telescope ID
theur study of the stars Some observzng
and chartung was done at night meet
lngs and the club members took an
overnight tleld trrp to Mt Wilson area
for further observation
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Row 1 Skrp Lrndqurst Gerry Murphy Freeman Hudson Joe Rogers Frank Hardrnge Doug Denell Row 2 Harry L Con
over sponsor Drck Pearson Jerry Shere Rob Denell Carl Pontius Bob Grrffln Bud Buclworth Not plctured John
Plunkett Mrke McQuown Paul Pcduska Presrdent Joe Rogers Vrce Presrd nt Freeman Hudson Secretary Treasurer Frank
Hardrnge ICC Representatrve Gerry Murphy
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Row 1: T, Silberhorn, B. Lynn, V. Abrahams. Row 2: D. Fluet, R, Sproul, S, Saunders, L. Feise, L. Adams, C. Scandalis,
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First row, left to right: Frances Holman, Sue KldddY'Qf,,Wlia9lThacker. Second row: President: Marcia Rajnus
Joanne Schlesinger, Patti Rimpau, Marcia Rajnugfsljglgiklpbatrick, and Winne Kogan. VLCS PV6Sldef1T2 Bonnie NGSLW
Secretory Pam Wilson
Treasurer Path Rlmpau
l C C Representatnve Gnnny Samson
Sponsor Mrs Hofmann
Because 0 exfenclecl clay sclzeclufmg,
President Carole Malone
Vice Presrdent Carol Mueller
Secr tary Marge Wulson
Treasurer Lando Mclean
I CC Representatuve Kay Hansen
Sponsor Mrs Monge
Members of Tawalcas the sensor gurls Tn Hu Y organrzatuon are Front row left to rlght
Kay Muller Kay Hansen Barbara Ware Carol Mueller Linda McLean Carole Malone
Marge Wilson Sharon Kessunger Linda Hunslcker Susan Mahoney and Karen Davus
Second row Susan Barnes Paula Graham Joyce Ash Vurglnsa Jones Nancy Jusenlus
Ann Frederrckson Lynn Hege Sue Dryer Vlrglnla Bell Sharon Thomas Valerae Meuners
Jean Royce Sandy Swanson Prlscnlla Lamb and Pat Young Third row Marcla
Northrup Chns Whupple Duane Hachten Marilyn Hester Duane Gulchrlst Molly Slnkule
Charlene Norton Lrnda Van Horn Carol Covington Carol Mathns Linda Bryant Melinda
Lewls Bonnie Lynn Pam Green and Donna llfrey
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Rovvl B Meeker J Dorr A Grogan M Meeker J Graham James Calderhead sponsor Row 2 S Gallaher N Burger W Pauley J Woodruff J
Galeorn B Dennls L Burger M Henderson S Surer R w 3 A Reeve S ChrnsTy J Murray M Mohr P Hunnex J Kublc J Larng P Cllffon B
Johnson C Busch R Knopp
In splTe aT a shorT season which llm
:Ted opporTunrTles Tor skung The
members of The Sk: Club neverThe
less learned many of The Techniques
of The sporT
Pressdem John Woodruff
Vlce Presndenr Julue Galeom
Secretary Wendy Pauley
I C C Represenfafnve Bob Dennrs
Sponsor James Calderhead
or f e rrsf hme m f e rsiory 0 Area 1a,
Worknng dslugenfly ThroughouT The year The Card Secnon They planned The
The members of The Card Secnon Board sTunTs marked The seaTs and passed
had The responslbnlny of Takung care of ouT and CollecTed The cards
Row l C Conger T Welch V Abrahams C Drddy Row 2 E Oelfman J LeClere L Braley R Balrd
Ca Section Boar
cu groups were requrre fo meet
Presrdent Karen Hodges
Vlce Presldent Sande Hrldyard
Secretary Elarne Cleary
Treasurer Barbara Banko
Parlramentarlan Carol Lerch
lCC Representative Patty Manning
Sponsor Mrs Barbara Tart
Row l R Sproul E Oeltman S Yeager B Cummrngs M Callnoun J Cameron
Gourley T R Knapp Row 2 Mrs Tart M McKenzre D Moore
l-larrrs C Lerch P Mannlng K Hodges E Cleary B Banko L Tedesco G Thar
alson S Langpre S Wrsdom Row 3 L Kennedy S Thacker M Wrberg C Des
brow S Dyer S Shepherd P McKenzue J Dddy G Lav ne P Barton J Mer
butz J Polansky K Murray G Schuclc M Arrtold S Baker B Bowe B Del Rey
Dumbaclrer K Hll P Mandevlle S Morsclw A Perlcrns B Beeson D Booth C
De Pretro K Kellcer C Brnglwam R Cnamberlarn andL Braley
President Leslie Neuberg
Vrce Presndent Judy Polansky
Secretary Barbara Campbell
Treasurer Ellen Dumbacher
Hrstoraan Charlotte Unland
l C C Representatlve Jo Ann Davus
Sponsor Mrs Margaret Urbclch
Row l G Vanley B Crmobell J Polansky L Neuberg J Davrs E Dumbaclwer
aclcson C n r Wm er B Cogswe C Sypners
nee C Kr g S Lash Row 3 P Wrlson P McLean K Wyman
Anderson J Ackerman B Burley R Rafaeloynclr E Volzke P Tyler
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Presrdent Potts Rnrnpau Row l J Jullan K Wlllls D Butler C Mathews P Rnmpau J Marquond S Stoll
V1cePresldent Judy Marquand Nanmnga B Jones J Spltzer Row 2 M Rlddle S Pfleuger D ODonnell
Secretary Barbara Kolar erndan B Harris L Lloyd L Llvnngood J Hamby N Sutherland P Smith
Treasurer Carol Mathews Hollungswood L McAbee J Hayden Walter La Gxer sponsor Row 3 L Mlle H
Hlstorlon Sue Stoll De Pnetro D Holmes M Wells S Klrkpotrvck L Harwood M Calloway C Smnth
ICC DICIHG Butler C Youts P Covnngton J Robey W Starrett K Jorgenson J Cogorno
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premdem pcm, Krog Row 1 Mrs Florence Wulson Nukku Kroeker Donna Bentley Patty Krcg Sue Body
V,Ce presmqenf Sue Body Marsha Menconl Row 2 Monlyn Hlldue Jo Toftorms Sandra Morrell Rosemary Glaspell
Secfemry Comm Bentley Conme Trougott Maruella Smlth Karen Haverfleld
Sergeant at Arms Connne Traugott
Chaplann Marlella Smlth
ICC Representatnve Marsha Menconr
bponsar Mrs Florence Wllson
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Row l: L. Andrus, B Widmann, N. Jurden, G. Kimble, G. McNab, D. Linder, K. Blair, S, Stuhr- President: Diane Linder
man, S. Wayrnent, P. Sommer. Row 2: J, Wolters, J. Rude, J. Fenton, J. Jack, J. Blackstoclc, P. Vice President: Gllilan McNcb
Tullgren, S. Cantwell, C. Roberts, C. Conger, D. l-larmer, M. Layne, C, Spencer, J, Anderson. Secretary: Karen Blair
Pow 3 M. Williams, E. Bryant, S, Holmes, M. Stennett, D. Mclntyre, L. Dixon, B. Chaffin, L. Lucas, Treasurer: Gail Kimble
A Biyens, M. Miles, S.Gath, N, Mason, I.C.C. Representative: Sandra Stuhrman
cultures, Students participated in anguage clubs.
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Row l. D. McDorman, M. Turchi, L. Seidner, K. Young, A. Molina, C. Ellis, N. Clark, N. McFee, ln add'ion to their many other activities,
D Wells L. Blyth, S. Bodily. Row 2: McKey, M. Rhoades, T, Welch, J. Coke, S. Carmel, C. Pitts, the Sehcapas, Junior girls Y-teen club,
B Swe't, C. Ely, P. Cole, J. Hamilton, C. Green, A Reichert, S Van Frank G. Alward, B. Blanch- sponsored a box social held exclusively
Ord, K Sreinman. Row 3: C, Wheeler, S. Steclc, G. Papac, M. Schoonrnalrer, M. Rainus, K. Sheridan, for the girls' fathers, caroled during the
K. Kloke, M. Clark, D, Gioia, M. Caparone, C. Hebing, C. Scandalis, D, Gaffney, M. Nelsen. Christmas season, and painted the
benches in the rally court.
Frlendluesf G I rl s are nominated
monthly by The Sunshnne Committee
of Gnrls League and Then voted up
on by all The gurls Il'l school Sandy
Sfeck who IS chairman of The Sun
shrne Comm1TTee has presnded over
all of The meehngs held To decide
In May one of The seven girls was
voTed Frlendllesf Grrl of The Year
buT aT press Time The resulTs were
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Presented at the Girls' League Christmas Tea, the scene
pictured at the right was one ot the several tableaus
shown. These represented the different aspects ot the
Invitations were extended to the girls ot all tour high
school classes. The Little Theater was beautitully deco-
rated in the Christmas vogue.
The tea is an annual event held each year to further
friendship among the girls on campus.
Many Arcadia High School girls have exhibited
great talent in the art ot sewing. These girls
availed themselves ot the opportunities ottered
in the Home Economics Classes. These classes
presented a tashion show tor the P.T.A. and the
girls picturebl at the lett received honorable
mention in the tailoring division.
Hosting G.A.A. members trorn six other schools,
the Arcadia Girls Athletic Association competed
tor top honors in various sports ot the March
T959 Ployday. Trophies were presented tor out-
standing achievement in the competition.
The theme of the Playday was Sea Carnival
and the gym was decorated accordingly.
University of Southern California and West Point
debate teams included Arcadia as one of the eight
stops of their national tour. The debate was staged
in March in the Little Theater for 350 selected speech
and English students. The teams were introduced by
Five Arcadia mathematics students
won honors for their school at the
Annual Mathematics Day at Occi-
dental College by winning the Grand
Sweepstakes Award. The tive were
Lynn Bush, Gary Green, Will Reid,
Alan Howe, and Charles Holland,
accompanied by John Hoffman, ma-
then'atics advisor. The contest was
held on March 7, and 600 students
from 122 schools participated. The
Sweepstakes award was presented
to Arcadia High at the Spring
Working diligently to collect and repair toys for
underprivileged children the French Club donated
these toys to the Arcadia Thritt Shop which then dis
tributed them among Arcadia children as a part of
the White Christmas project
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The designation UNDERCLASSMEN has been established to refer
to all students below the senior level at Arcadia High. Pictured
at the left is a typical General Biology class taught by Douglas
Dancer, Chairman of the Science Department. This is only one
of the courses required for graduation from this high school.
Other requirements include three years of English, three years of
Social Studies, including one year of United States History, one
year of mathematics, two years of science, including one physi-
cal and one biological science, and four years of physical edu-
However, because the majority of Arcadia's students attend insti-
tutions of higher education, the minimum graduation require-
ments are augmented by courses in greater depth in all aca-
demic divisions mentioned above as well as languages, art and
music. A strong academic program of course offerings has pro-
vided freshmen, sophomores and iuniors with outstanding prepa-
ration for their final year in high school as well as for college
success and the vocational challenge.
ln addition to meeting their classroom requirements, underclass-
men have lent their support to many school sponsored activities
and events, Acting as responsible members of the school and
community, they have taken part in sports, social functions, aca-
demic programs and organizational projects.
As they move toward the completion of their first three years
in high school, they look forward to the privilege of being seniors,
since this is the goal for which they have been working for
Cass 0 IQQU
Robert Cameron and Stephen Maltz gave their time to attend
class meetings and offer their assistance with ideas and
criticisms of the class sponsored activities
Presiding over the Junior Class meetings was President Turn Chapman assisted
by Linda Lucas Vice President
umor 0 rcers owe led flzen' cassmafes
Throughout the year the Junior Class
has sponsored many activities and un
dertaken new responsibilities The
Homecoming Barbecue and the Junior
Senior Prom were the main protects
along with the sponsoring of the Mr
Ugly contest which was won by senior
Chuck Olmsted Purchasing their Senior
Class rings the Juniors looked forward
to their final year of high school life
A special program of education institu
ted during the past year afforded them
greater opportunities for learning in spe
cialized and accelerated classes Begin
ning to seriously consider college and
their plans following graduation, the
Juniors prepared to assume the greater
responsibilities of student body offices
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The Junior Class officers were: Lael Livengood, recording secretary, Diane Linder, treasurer:
and Pat Sommer, corresponding secretary.
Row l Christine Alexander Linda Andrus Karen Beatton Rosemarie Adorno Rawlene Alviginr Roger Bailey Paul Burlingame Row 2 Brenda Bateman
Bob Breault Virginia Abrahams Pat Alpaugh Arleen Alpert Pat Banko Kathy Ballard Row 3 Janet Baker Peggy Bailey Carol Busch Mike Anderson
Row 5 Bob Allen John Blake George Aunger Steve Boomer Steve Bingham Bill Baruch Larry Allen
m many projects f1Ci'1U1f1QS
Row l Charlene Brad Lynne Adams JoAnna Buxton Julie Andersen Diane Bodnar Anne Bivens Bev Blanchard Row 2 Ramona Black Sandra Benedld
Nan Burns Lynne Blyth Cheryl Budson Karin Bergendorft Judi Barr Row 3 Bonnie Banks Joan Betsinger Jan Blackstock Karen Blair Sharon Bodily
Sue Bridges Bill Bishop Row 4 Steve Baroni Charles Baurnlaach Steve Baum Bob Bebensee Ron Brown Mike Bryant Mac Bains Row 5 Jim Baker
Gary Boettger Ken Bcroklesby Bob Bentley Jim Bradley Richard Andrews John Rice
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Cogorno Nancy Cooke Glory Clarke Marty Clarke Peggy Cameron Karen Close Row 3 Nancy Clark Pat Cole Jury Cowles Carolyn Crockett Joan
Carlson Judy Canaan Sue Cramer Row 4 Sherry Carmel Nancy Cavallunu Barbara Chaffln Carole Conger Susan Benslnger Duane Coe Dianne
Clanton Row 5 Sue Cantwell Jud: Coke Lvnda Cummlngs Kathy Connelly Mlke Cooper Bull Campoy Larry Carpenter
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Row I Heather DePretro Peggy Donegan Susan Dannelson Bob Dretze Lynda Davrs Row 2 Lynn Duxon Pam Cole Lynn Ferncase Myra Callaway
Lorna DuFresne Bull Dugan Ralph Duhn Row 3 Al Chozen Ran Dorazmo Tum Chapman Bull Cooper Gary Cramer Jnm Commander Mlke Daleo Row
A Vrc Carlson Robert Cole Clrfford Clark Don Chehock Rob Denell John Blake Joe Dean Row 5 Dennus Craboll Terry Corbett Pete Cooper Mnke
Chafters John Cole Terry Colluns Mark Carey
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Row I: Josie Elevato, Dolores D'Angelo, Cindy Ellis, Dee Finley, Bob Davis,
Jim Dorr, Carol Ely. Row 2: Ann Edmundson, Linda Feise, Pat Darling,
Carol Evans, Evelyn Ellis, Sue Elwell, Ken Dorsett. Row 3: Ron Dierlam,
Georgia Emmett, Judy Darrow, Rick Darling, Howard Davis, Rod Florea, Bob
Dennis. Row 4: Joe Dana, Philip Davis, Mike Fraser, Jan Delcema, Dave
Fields, Barry Eichorn, Murray Dubin. Row 5: Doug Emm, Ray Essling, Baird
Caswell, Roe Edwards, Ron Dietz, Bill Frazier, Art Donnelly.
file Junior- enfor Prom,
Junior Orchestra members practice for Fall Concert.
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Row l: Carolyn Grant, Delores Gioia, Dolores Gaffney, Debbie Fluet, Leilani Farago, Diane Fisher, Carole Fisher, Carole Goldman. Row 2: Sandy
Gath, Sherril Fisher, Alice Fewkes, Paul Guglielmotti, Jane Fenton, Carol Gillis, Taffy Giggey. Row 3: Charlene Green, Karen Grondahl, Nancy Faddis,
Jeff Gilbert, Dana Fisher, Bill Griffitts, Jim Gilbert. Row 4: Jim Freiwald, Bob Griffin, Russell Feurst, Paul Giuntini, John Garton, Don Glenn, Ron
Giambrrone, Row 5: Eric Godfrey, Paul Gittings, Jeff Goldberg, Tyler Glen, Richard Grinstead, Ray Dahlgren, Keith Garrick.
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Raw l Judy Gathers Maureen Graham Blake Gnbbs Paul Garcia Betsy Holman Carol Heblng Carl Huff Row 2 Julie Galeottl Duane Holmes
Bev Harrls Loraine Harwood Stephanie Holmes Chuck Hancock Linda Henderson Row 3 Barbara Howard Linda Hnldreth Barbara Hacks Julie Hood
Susan Glass Rosemary Hullhouse Nancy Heath Row 4 Janet Harrns Howard Hawklns Judy Hollingsworth Juay Hamby Jody Hayden Lora Hord
Drane Harmer Qow 5 JoAnn Hamllton Don Hand Byron Harrns Kent Hackman Bruce Hanton Bruce Hobbs Ron Hartley
Row l Sally Jackson Barbara Jones Bob Justln Judy Julian Drane Joslin Karen Johnson Julie Jack Row 2 Beth Johnson Gerry ohnson Nancy
urden Kathy Johnson Crndy Johnson Sandy Hays Beverly Hunter Row 3 Roberta Hyder Carla Hultgren Joan Hull Pat Herrington Greg Jordan Tom
Jensen John Hamulton Row A Barry Hermanson Ray Herbranson Bull Higham Carl Hfgh Steve Houghton Tom Heinz Clay Hvxstendahl Row 5 Ron
lsler Greg Hays Steve Johnstone Norm Hollungshead Corky Jones Bob Jetton Crang Hayden
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Kirkpatrick, Carol Leaverenz, Karen Kloke. Row 2: Gail Kimble Donna
Kieker Jeri Leavenworth Melinda Knoll Carol Katz Susan Klomm Karen
Linden. Row 3: Joan Koch Lorraine Kessler Barbara Kolar Joan Kelly
Karen Jorgensen, Kathleen Lidholm, Marilyn Landon. Row 4: Randy Kusik,
Lindo Kingsbury, Marian Layne, Rob Kettell, Dianne Kriss, Pat LaForge,
Richard Latham. Row 5: Bill Kneedler, Barry Luboviski, Larry Krogh, Dick
Lundin, Ed Love, Tom Kays, George Kapp.
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Delores Manning, Bonnie Lietz, Judie Lyttle, Nancy Mason, Janice Livacich, Pat Liska. Row 3: Carol Lyle Diane Linder Marsha Lister Karen Luster Ann
Mahoney, Steve Logan, Richard Leach, Row 4: Skip Lindquist, Gorden Morris, Linda Little, Jeff Lund, Garold Larsen Roger Liddle Leo Lambiel Row 5
Foster Markolf, Larson Lyndon, Jim Lorenz, Matt Leberthon, Greg Larson, Teri McGuiar, Dave Ladd.
Many worked lzarcl in their acceierafecl classes,
Row l Teryl Mowat Dolores Martlnez Bonme Maxnes Nell Mallmg Dennis McWhlnney Pat McCarty Linda McAbee Row 2 Mabel Mules Lorraine
McNeal Madellne Mazy Gnlllan McNab Nancy McFee Pat McCallum Mxke Macardlcan Row 3 Pam Maranvulle Sue Mann Mary Anne McKey Sue
Maltby Duane McDorrnan Jnm Mllls Brian Mnnoux Row 4 Jerry Marsh Pete Mutchell Dan Mumford John Rafe Bull Meeker Sandy Mclntosh Michelle
McDonald Row 5 Bull Mlclean Al Muller Chrls Muller Dlck McElderry Ken Malor Phil Mortenson Gene Muller
Row l Bonnle Nash Anne Molnno Marilyn Musick Larene Muller Kathy Nordstrom Marlan Nelsen Carol Mathews Row 2 Denise ODonnell Pam
Neely Dawneen Nannlnga Blll Norman Ken Nrsbet Doug Newton Jon Nausler Row 3 Steve North Davld Nunn John Olfeete Ken Nebeker Andy
Moore Steve McCllnto lc Dave Munger Row 4 Murray McClellan Brian Morgan Tom McCauley Doug Macdonald Dan Newton Jeff McHenry Steve
Maletyt Row 5 Dennls Neary Puchard Maas Art Daniel Paul Rule Charles McCreary Bob Melbo Carlton McCaslun
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Peters Elvzabeth Olson Marrlyn Puerce Sue Pflueger Lynn Perlclns Row 3 Carole Prtts Barbara Porteus Sue Pollock Anne Pomeroy Linda Paslaquo
Charles Pfefferkorn Jerry Pearrrng Row 4 Dennls Marquardt Jlm Twist John Prtchess Gary Pon Wendell Phrlllps Greg Peck Greg Powers Row
5 Joe Ocello Ed Phrllrps Ray Ott Rrchard Olmstead John Ottosen Jerry Pnetrzak Buck Martrn
Se ecfe an pure ase i err emor rmgs,
Row I Pattr Rowe Nancy Rubey Kem Rennrck Connre Regel Brenda Robrnson Andrea Rerchert Marcia Ralnus Marrlyn Rnddle Row 2 Nancy Row
land Mrlce Rugg Jerry Rem Ed Rerley Steve Malefyt Paul Ramrrez Gary Rees Row 3 Bull Quesnell Dave Reutter Joe Rogrs Anne Read Marsha
Rhoades Duane Rautert Roberta Rowland Row A Wendy Peterson Martha Raymond Rom Rnggrns Hal Roach John Pl nkett Bll Roh Jnm Rnsse
Row 5 Stan Robertson Jerry Werdaw Peter Ryder Rod Rogers John Rzfe Dave Reudenbach Dlck Ross
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Smith, Karen Sheridan, Wendy Stirrett, Charlou Roberts. Row 2: Doug Soule,
Ken Scheele, Frank Scalora, Jon Sprowl, Bob Sievert, Wayne Schnur. Row 3:
Willie Stephens, Marilyn Sands, Emelie Snyder, Pat Smith, Deana Schuck,
Ethel Schreckengost, Merrill Schoonmaker. Row 4: Sandy Steck, Cindy
Sanders, Judy Stucker, Beverly Scott, Bob Spreen, Derek Smethurst, Larry
Showalter. Row 5: John Shatter, Bob Shima, Roger Simmons, Gary Schott,
Alan Schultze, Ken Springsteen, Richard Sherman.
Juniors are measured for size as they prepare to order Senior rings
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Row i:,Sue St. Thomas, Diane Stubbs, Carolyn Slemmon, Katherine Sheridan, Grace Sausedo, Delilah Schelen. Row 2: Kay Stewart, Sharon Suter, Janice
Spotts, Carolyn Spencer, Carol Scandalis, Trina Silberhorn, Diane Simpson. Row 3: Linda Summerell, Sue Steinberger, Sharol Stevens, Sandy Stuhrman,
Linda Seidner, Barbara Swett, Vicki Stephenson. Row 4: Marilyn Stennett, Karen Steinman, Al Schneider, Chuck Swanson, Fred Scalzo, Herb Schmitt,
Carlos Saenz. Row 5: Tom Simovich, Alan Sihvonen, Terry Sullivan, Warren Street, Erik Schenk, Bill Stadler, Curtis Sidles.
Row I Judy Wolters Mary Schaeck Kathy Taft Vrckr Vaughan Adrrenne Vaccaro Sue Van Frank Lorrarne Townsend Row 2 Connie Thomas Ruta
Traeger Pat Sommer Carole Thompson Melinda Turchr Pat Tullgren Stella Vusrch Row 3 Marla Van der Veen Marilyn Sllcock Lrnnetfe Sllls Wendy
Watson Chrrs Vance Bob Vogel Davrd Thurber Row 4 Bruce Wood Frank Vrscro John Van Maanen Wayne Woods Earl Towsley Steve Thurman
Row 1 Barbara Wrllrams Brllre Wyatt Vrckre Wells Lrnda Wrlson Mary Wrllrams Lerlam Wolsey Kathy Wrllrs Row 2 JoAnn Watson Chrrs Wrngard
Pat Wareham Melrnda Walls Pam Waddell Gerry Walovucz Stephanie Waymenf Karen Waermo Row 3 Dove Walclvogel Bob Wellman Jack Wlltse
Jerry Pearrmg Roger Wrthrow Joe Rogers Richard Wrlson Row 4 Dave Warrender Dorn Wells Lrnda Wurtz Clclre Wheeler Tracy Welch Maryanne
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Wullrams Jerry Weldavv Jon Nausler Duck Whnfnngton Ralph Wyatt John Woodruff Row 3 John D Woodruff Ron Warerhouse Rod Ramon Bruce
Wood Fred Scalzo Jim Partridge Martin Buck
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Row I David Wulson Wmnse Kogan Gloria Elinor? Anxfa Omohundro Row 2 Mnke Brophy Dan Nash Mlke Brent
Janet Spnzer Gentry Shaw Robin Baird
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Vice President, Barbara Banko, Secretary, and Steve
Cass 0 1961
Having completed their first two years of high school educa-
tion, the members of the Sophomore class can now look for-
ward to becoming Juniors and taking on greater responsi-
bilities. They have added their support to school activities
and proiects, become members of school clubs, and planned
and managed their own Sophomore class party.
This has been the first year that the Sophomore class has
been offered an all-inclusive specialized program of educa-
tion, including accelerated courses.
Dick Sanders, President, led his class members
in their second year of high school.
Representing flleir cassmafes, file ofjqcers
Sponsoring the Sophomore Class last year
were James Calderhead and Alvin Barlow
Working together to lead their class, the Sophomore
class officers have coordinated the activities of their
classmates and have assisted the Juniors at the Prom
by taking care of the guest book.
As Vice President, Joe Genova assisted the President
and presided at the meetings in his absence. Barbara
Banko, Secretary, kept the minutes of each meeting and
Treasurer Steve McCroy managed the class funds. Sopho-
more class President Dick Sanders presided at class
meetings and coordinated class affairs and activities.
C0 or mafe Cass acfwrfres urmg the year
Row l Steve Arnold Mike Albert Greg Bertram Barry Ault Randy Altieri Lee Acker Harvey Balch Row 2 Marlene Anderson Wesley Ashley Kathie
Arp Jeana Barclay Jean Baxter Pam Brainard Margaret Brown Bob Anderson Sharon Brownlee Row 3 Donna Atkinson Carol Burns Carolyn
Berry Linda Baird Linda Braley Carol Baxter Jo Anne Ackermann Loretta Anspach Billie Bertola Row A Andy Andrews Janet Burpee Barbara Bush
Karen Bailey Sandy Bailie Beverly Bailey Carol Barker Mary Arnold Karen Arp Row 5 Eddie Ball Patti Burton Maudie Bassity Nancy Burger
Irene Blake Stew Asmu Tim Ahlander Steve Bonham Row 6 Linda Banta Lynne Booth Julie Bailey Cheri Baker Sue Body Jam Augenstein Brian
Braff Glenn Brock
Row 1: Tom Burnside, Chuck Brock, Greg Ahearn, Larry Beck, Frank Rickley, Dave Barnard, Jim Burton, Kyle Barnes. Row 2: Linda Cook, Lynda Carter,
Alana Churchill, Anita Blake, Pam Bybee, Esperanza Canales, Rozella Marie Boggio, Kathy Coyle, Susan Cartwright. Row 3: Donna Bentley, Barbara
Bowe, Barbara Banko, De Ann Booth, Sue Brodhead, Betty Beeson, Carol Bingham, Lynne Blindbury, Shari Bonds. Row A: Randy Biles, Lynn Cochran,
Betty Cogswell, Sandy Cowan, Deanna Bowler, Joanne Byron, Carolyn Brandley, Pat Bullard. Row 5: Ed Boxer, Bob Belter, Bob Burns, Nora Crow, Barbara
Campbell, Richard Burns, Roger Banks, Ron Burgher. Row 6: Ken Burgett, David Burwell, Divona Case, Don Brown, David Barron, Bill Bronson, Greg
Butcher, Bill Byles.
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Row l Jrn Crfihnrn Dennis Foninny, Carer Cenglor Jon Fi'zge :l:'l, Bll
l-i':rse Carol Ginmhrone, Jeno Glhfrsor, C'l'rs'r'o Pies Mraz Psi' Jule
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Giro' Gone, Karen Hodges, Slielri Caelilm Dcvy A l.X'1r':nnQ Gable,
Conn-e Gallo Nancy Gfinsavr loyro Creer Viilr rip livin' ini Fel ze , Jrn
Flinders 3' l Dcflfge Paw 5 Alan Furwrirnin Ml-v Gus Vhs FC' M lfe
G'e.v, Glen E'o:k, Pon Freeman, Susan Hvnkw, Crirolyi' C-ouniira :cw o-
Jef:n Grill n, Charles Guinn, Kari Groherkier, Terry Grout Bill G.:r'r'e', Nls
Gceairarv, Joe Golf Joe Genova,
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Row l: Glenn Hunroon, Dick Harper, Frank Hardinge, Ron Herfzberg, Bob Habdas, Chuck Holland, Ken Holland, Don Harlan. Row 2: Frances Holman,
Barbara Haynam, Karen Edwards, Virginia Heale, Chris Henry, Sandra Heib, Jean Hansen, Karen Haverfield, Gary Hoertig, Jim Hoover. Row 3: Sonde
Hildyard, Jody Higgins, Cris Henisse, Nick Hoogendoorn, John Hawkins, Ron Hoyle, Roger Humble, Gary Hoyle, Neil Harding. Row 4: Marilyn Hendry,
Dona Haubelr, Judy Harris, Mary Hudson, Lana Sue Hagger, Julie Hochmufh, Sally Hatter, Glenn Hardy. Raw 5: Richard Haugh, Gary Hastings, Bill
Hedlund, Jim Haynie, Paul Heidrke, Eric Hodges, Marion Haynes, Vicki Hempel. Row 6: Neil Hale, Mel Highlife, Bob Hershmon, Ken Hix, Larry
Hughes, Jim Herndon, Reed Heinz, Ron Howard.
Row 1: Bob Koop, Tom Jay, Dick Kerr, Terry Johnson, Bruce Johnson, Wallace Kindel, Bob Irvine, Bruce Kude. Row 2: Nancy Jasper, Mary lbershoff,
Sharon Jones, Barbara Johnson, Chuck Ianno, Bette Johnson, Candy Jaros, Susan Lowe, Kendall Lowe. Row 3: Frank Ianna, Phil Kirkley, Carol Kagy,
Rant Knopp Lee Kennedy Barbara Jess Barbara Jensen Judy Kntght Vtckte Kleckner Row 4 Kathy Jackson Joan Kubmc Nlkkr Kroeker Patty Krag
Joann Laxng Joanne Jozefczyk Gaul Kaufman Kathleen Krogh Row 5 Pat Irons Suzette Longpre Karen Kelly Jeff Johnston Frank Johnson Ron
Jones Bob Karadrztan Rrley Johnson Row 6 Bob Klnkade Jeff Johns Rob Knopp Paul Kohler Dave Kealey Richard Irone Boyron Jackson Bull Lauman
f err nowe ge m many Su ject areas
Row l Ja k Mcflyeen Denr' s Lotesk Mtke Lu as D fd Lamel Tom Lamar Jeff Lynch D k Murphy Mary Laytne Row 2 Jackl Ltch Ltnda LGVWCGSTSY
Judy Ma has Rosernarle Marascto Prtrna M nd ylle Melrnda McGrane Suzanna More h Werdy Marauand Judy Morgan Row 3 f' bert Lewts Jlm
Laughren Hays Maury Beferly Murray Mar an M rtsse Janet Madll Vtrgrnta LeW1s Judy LClere Ron: Knopp Pow 4 Patty Manr' ng Patge Mc
enze Marlyn M Kenzte Saly Lash Sharon M r Joyce Luke Ma ca Menconu Bruce Lee D w 5 Btll Lynn Allan Lunsford Rosemary M rtensen
Terr Lndell Carol Lercl' Gnger Layrne Ka hy Murray Laura Lartrner Row 6 Steve Mhayto Donald Maas Tom McGannon Erlc Longden Bob
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Row l Ed Phelps Greg Spreen Bull Raymond Bob Pschnrrer Jerry Shere Wayne Randall Charles Rumbaugh Eugene Potter Row 2 Sharon Ryman
Row 3 Connle Peterson Ellen Potter Judy Polansky Dnxue Russell Don Phares Jnm Rager Jerry Plunkett Doug Peterson Row 4 Don Rlcharason
George Rogers John Doe Barbara Schrulff Ken Robinson Todd Pade Susan Spencer Paul Poduska Row 5 Jane Doe Nancy Ganson Vickie l-lemple
Bull Martnn Pat Roblnson Bob Paul Wayne Rogers Charles Swab Row 6 Allen Perlof Fred Pomeroy John Doe Tom Roach Dave Ramrrez Jeff
Reumer Ted Shore
Row l Jnm Van Horn Sue Slade Janet OBnen Carol Nelson Margaret Owen Mary Suano Carole Sharp Nancy Noetzel Rhoda Sproul Etta Oelt
man Row 2 Pat McLean Mary Malefyt Susle Madlnger Susle Morsch Wendy Marquand Sara Ogllvre Leslie Neuberg Marran Spaulding Mary Wnlley
Row 3 Prlma Mandevrlle, Judy Morgan, Jane Doe, Norman Shapnro Rnchard Smrth, John Doe, John Doe, Make Scanlon, John Doe, Duane Stuck: Row
4 Dlanne Marsack Judy Olsen, Judy Pratt, Ed Scanlan Fred Stoffel, Bull Wade, Bull Smlth, Larry Sheldon, Jeff Mecca Row 5 Howard Schnender
O Jam Nelson Bull Sampson, John Doe, Larry Wase, Enc Longden Doug Moore, John Doe, John Doe
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Smlth Sue Shepherd Judy Tucker Sherry Saunders Judy Pratt Joan Sorge Lrnda Smlth Ruth Van Horn Lrnda Wllllams Suzy Thacker Row 3 Sue
Shaffer Carole Lerch bretchen Tharalson Janet Youts Cathy Carson Sue Broadhead Sandl Hrllyard Lmda ledesco Jenell Stevenson Terr Lrndell Row 4
Nerll Stanley John Doe Chns Hennessy Andy Prtchess Chrrs The ss Jett Mecca John Stava Row 5 Terry Sayler Ted Temple Roger Nrsbet Nrck
Pokralac Stan Thurber Drew Sanchez Duck Newell John Doe Jack Wllse Row 6 Terry Mayhew Drck Sanders Paul Pflueger Tom Morrus Jack Mc
Elveen Iom Norrrs Don Young Bob Smrth John Doe
socra evenfs an sports acfrvrtres
Row l Don Rooten Duane Stuck: Bob Renche Frank Vaccaro Terry McDowell Andy Prtchess Don Orsl Byran Jackson Row 2 Donna Shrvely Gary Wood
Mrke Turner Harry Taylor Steve Mur ay Steve Metro Leroy Srnlth Row 3 Sandy Morrell Sue Mlller Snerr Vetter Parge McKenzre Betsy Thorsen Llnda Turner
Joan Strlnz Jen Schuck Llsette Tulleners Row A Susookl Thlele Pattre Tyler Llnda Wholey Duane Wrloburn Judy Schafer Susan Shuler Jane Doe
Joan Srnrth Jane Doe Row 5 Sue Wrllrarns Judy Pope Sue Wells Duck Wagner Carolyn Syphers Jane Doe Jane Doe Vlcku Hample Jane Doe Row
6 Eddle McDonald Dave Warren Mlssrng Gary Zack Jlm Van Horn Jlrn Ottosen John Doe Larry Snow Larry Sheldon
ow f ey must prepare or greafer responsrln rfres,
Row l Bob Martin Mike Townsend Sydney Thompson Jim Zellers Ken Whittle Wayne Randall Larry Wade Brent Wisely Row 2 Elaine Shurkus
Judy Stately JoAnn Tortoris Susan Madinger Mary Malefyt Joann Pedersen Mariella Smith Nancy Shoemaker Bonnie Schwalb Jane Doe Pam
Charlotte Unland Jane Doe Gary Wade Jim Taylor Bert Wapstra Mike Will John Terhorst Roger Titgemeyer Chuck Sutton Row 5 Judy Pratt Sheri
Saunders Patti Wilkins Carolyn Westcott Richard Webster Pierre Mathieu Richard Pearson Don Morrison Phil Odening Row 6 Larry Wade Jerry
Van lwaarden John Doe Melvin Mencke Bob Maynard Gary Zack Tom Roach Bob Lister John Doe Dick Sanders
Row T Sue Smith Dina Smith Susie Yeager Barbara Wilson Stu Young Wendy Wyman Penny Weidaw Leslie Neuberg Gerry Vanley Row 2 Connie
Traugott Barbara Merrill John Doe Joan Sorge Jam Wilson Judy Methias Maryann Richards Sondra Turrnon Marion Wiberg Vickie Wyatt Kathy
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Row l: Sue Miller, Jenell Stephenson, Suzanne Scott, Anne Perkins, Suzi Gallaher, Jeanne McCue, Rita Murphy, Cheryl Bergendorff.
Row 2: Bruce Conrad, Wanda Flannery, Doreen Moore, Judy Merbitz, Craig Grover, Larry Conzen, John Zeliff, Herschel Taylor,
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on the Arcadia High School field,
Brian Gill is escorted into the gym by Pat Young at one ol
Arcadia's lively assemblies,
A typical scene is shown above as many students ride the rooters' bus,
giving support to ine learn at all away games.
Directed toy ttzeir etecteat class ofjqcers,
The Freshman officers were: Janell Cohen, Secretary, Suzi Ginn, Vice President, and Pat
Class of 1Q62
Assisting the class president, the Freshman officers have shared the
responsibility of managing their class affairs. Janell Cohen, Secretary,
has kept an accurate account of all the Freshman officer meetings.
As Vice President, Suzi Ginn presided over the meetings in the ab-
sence of the President. Pat Mitchell held the job of treasurer and
budgeted the class funds. Steve Black, Freshman Class President,
presided at the meetings of the officers, leading his class through
their first year of high school life.
Mrs. Virginia Stone and Mrs. Diane DiConti, Freshman class sponsors,
advised and assisted in the class' functions and proiects.
President Steve Black has led the Freshmen through
their first year of high school.
Many activities highlighted the Freshmen's first year
at Arcadia High. The Big and Little Sister Picnic,
Freshman Orientation, and Freshman Day opened the
year, to be followed by the Mardi Gras party held
exclusively for Freshmen. They entered into a new
program of education and the social life of high
school, preparing for their sophomore year at Ar-
fres men engage in pre-school orfenfafion,
Row l Seve Black Brran Bumgardner Hue Byles Doug Bolom Gary Bowe Alexander Bell Raymond Alpert Allen Andrews ffow 2 Ed Anpach
Jrrn Bartley Ralph Ashauer Barbara Bradley Dantel Braymer Karen Brundage Marnlynn Byrkrt Lrnda Armstrong Jeanne Atkrnson Sandy Branch:
Raw 3 Kat Beatton Steve Arnold Hans Ashauer Kendra Bock Jerrran Bcrany Joanne Barany Nancy Bourrerte Janet Bryant Jean Breadner Row A
Carol Bennett Ctndy Bryson Susan Busch Marsha Anderson Penny Barrlngton Lynn Bodenschatz Dean Brewster Ranney Adams Row 5 Brll Bravo
Merrlee Burt? Barbara Bourne Julre Brrggs Cynthta Anderson Mary Augenstetn Carol Allen Jean Armstrong Row 6 PaTArtl1 Susan Andersen Crarg
Bernrs Bob Atkrnson Gary Andrus Bob Adnan Rrchard Anderson Rrchard Albert
vv l ob Barnes Ly n Batlrft I Barre k Bell Russ Banko John Bourqurn Bll Byens Kp Botst Row 2 Dtana Burr Barbara Bell Jeanette
Colem n B rbara Beason Stefe Brofvn Tom Barley Ton: Boyee Sktp Barker Carman Berum n P w .5 Earl Brederrnan Ken Brngharn Allen Baron
Maron Bucre Srrley Capus Slerry Blu m Darts Chrtsty Jane' Carter Patty Covtngton Row 4 Carolyn Barney Sharon Beutler Connte Chalmers
Srstrof Clark Sandra Burrley Barbara Brock Gary Brooks Pat Blerderm n Row 5 Peter B Jurr g Ca herrne Cltne Judy Basktn Vtrgrnra Bal wan
Carol Bennet Vrckr Bornan Ruth Btshoo Margaret Close Row 6 Patrrck Barrett Jerald Broeske Kennel Brrll Arr Brown Robera Barrett Laura Beck
Ju ly Ccsen no Peggy Btshop
Row l Gary Cahull Chuck Church Tum Crews Ron Coffyn Maunce Clark Rnchard Curry Bull Cogswell Jack Clapp Row 2 Jam Cudlup Erlc Conrad
Bob Canaan Phnltp Creek Bob Chtlds Susan Clark Judy Chandler Bonnie Campbell Bobble Dauer Row 3 Betty Davudson Wayne Cobb Gerald
Chapman Dale Clarke Charles Capper Duane Duckson Tom Dtttrnar Mtke Crossman Davnd Cooper Row 4 Ron Ctpruant Rtchard Cuellar Jean David
Ch ryl DeWttt Phyllts Coon Donna Cornell Janell Cohen Cheryl Coe Row 5 Ken DI Noto Gary Carmichael Joe Cannon Btll Claosen Don Dahl
gren Jay Domenuco Mary Carl Lunda Chess Row 6 Shlrley Duhn Patti Cowung Sherry Clayton Pat Dougherty Marulyn Davldson Jerry Crabtll D
ave Caswell Dave Crandall
rvs man Day, and file H1 Wee ance
Row I Muke Ftelds Ddve Dueker Bob Efsen Jack Foss Wes Duncan Curt Eastwood Russ Flnnt Ed Ellis Row 2 Joan Fnndley Beverly Frntch Joan
Ftles Annamarue Fanes Sharon Eyles Pam Folgae Donna Englernan Duck Fraschettu Harold Fechtner Row 3 Bull Flemlng Btll Dtneen Ronell Fesncase
John Fetterly Normtn Frazter Chrts Forman Rachard Evans Gary Ede Row 4 Jacqueline Ftsher Sharon Graham Helen Eltas Kathy Ewart Charmuam
Ftelds Robert Dodson John wtng Zan Ford Row 5 Torn Enland Davtd Ftllrnore Gretchen Ehr Beth Ekkens Linda Fletcher Susan Fox Chrns Foster
Nancy Fueld Row 6 Mtke Easley Jnm Davts Bull Elmquust Jam Faustnnl Rick Dtllon Dennns Fultz Ernc Flo Ken Damels
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Row l: Harold Gilman, John Gray, Jack Gaffey, Gary Hunt, Dale Gilliland,
Manuel Garcia, Steve Gold. Row 2: Van Hawkins, Resa Hull, Marie Haasis,
Robin Hodson, Rexine Harris, Carol Geller, Pam Gibbs, Dennis Gray. Row
3: Roxana Herkner, Barbara Hoelscher, Elizabeth Hamilton, Pam Huber,
Georgia Hildreth, Mary Jo Halmes, Marianne Harris, Nancy Hughes, Carol
Hawkins, Row 4: Lucy Haight, Mary Ann Hutcheson, Melinda Hall, Mary
Jane Hansen, Susan Hawkins, Mary Ann Holmes, Rozann Hines, Charlotte
Gillette. Row 5: Mary Ann Godfrey, Kathy Gaffney, Margo Garwood, Susan
Garkie, Pam Harris, Peggy Hakkila, Carmen Hill, Cecilia Hachten. Row 6:
Beverly Howard, Carole Harris, Pat Hall, Bette Ginsberg, Gloria Gyongyos,
Carole Harris, Susan Ginn, Cindi Hesik.
Five girls appear in Mardi Gras costumes, carrying out the theme ofthe
The Vfcfory Bell
Row 1: Bill Kramer, Bruce Howe, Gary Jones, Les Henderson, Joe Hendricks, Bob Heilweck, Carl Holm, Zan Hossin. Row 2: Nancy Hagerty, Sarah Glover,
Bill Koulax, Jim Hamilton, Roland Hoagland, Bill Greenaway, Greg Herkner, Bonnie Kirkeby, Cathi Koppel. Row 3: Sharon Jackson,'Jeanne Knoth, Pat
Knoll, Joan Johnson, Greg Kane, Dave Jones, Dave Jacobs, Wayne Hill, John Kindler. Row 4: Earl Kelly, Jim Harris, Harvey Knell, Ken Johnson, Dexter
Jones, Hank Johnson, Don Johnson, Linda Jillson. Row 5: Barbara Johnston, Susan Johnstone, Pat Jones, Evangi Jones, Susanna Judd, Janeen Johnston,
Carol Jamison, Dottie Janks. Row 6: Cherry Jarvis, Dick Holliday, Ken Hart, Jon Howell, Ted Horton, Dave Hayden, Chuck Halliday, Wayne Haas.
was flzefr particular responsflfilffy
Row l Ray Leonard Jeff Luebbers Tom Lawson Larry Lauber Wade Laursen Rnck Kumer Kurt Kroeger Tum Luttle Row 2 Wendy Lane Andy Lermer
Muke Lund Mike Lubovxskl Stephen Land Bob Kodal Rxck Klern Richard Kreutz Row 3 Howard Lucas Steve Klehl Bob Kmgdon Susan Kung Kay
Keller Row 4 Mar1sLxndley Lynn Langlols Tons Kloos Marulyn Koppel Dorothea Keeley Kathy Kerske Susan Lewns Sally Ladd Row 5 Grace
Kennedy Krus Lundquust Jenmfer Kear Carollne Layne Meredith La Vene Thomas Landlnr Ruchard Lnttle Pete Llvengood Row 6 Jack Luttle Jeff
Ltnden Warren Larson Russ Llska Ruckey Long Bull Lorenz Dave Long Larry Lalty
Row l Bull Muller Dud Michael Jon Mosser Dave Montague John Muller Don McDonald Dennus McCreary Hugh McNe1l Row 2 Gene Mlnnoux
Rnchard Mark Pat Marshall Steve Magallanez Ruck McPherson Steve McGee Karen Mcl-lenry Row 3 Kathy Muller Chrls Mccracken Pat McLaughlrn
Barb: Mead Valene Muller Joan Murray Arne-lla Marsh Joan Malter Glnger Matheny Row A Carol Mllosevuch Joy Moody Sue Martin Phulluppa
McNab Roberta McLaren Srdney McLean Kathy McClam Vnckl Megunar Lnnda McDonald Row 5 Pam McShane Lynne Mecham Gall Malone Sharon
McCaslnne Susan McCasllne Nancy Matheys Sally McEderry Brandon McCIrntoclc Row 6 .lack Moore Barry Mrller Wayne Malmgren Randy Mc
Murray Martnn Meler Craig Martln Mlke McKee John Meler
Row l Knox Prnce Ted Nuchols Jnm Poole John Olnver Allen Potter Make Owsley Chuck Outsen .lvm Ott Row 2 Dtck Mtchell Gregory Mowat
Ken Marsack Harrus Platner Ron Patterson Claudla Needham Susan Moluna Sharon Page Sharon Mornson Susan Mathts Row 3 Pdtty Mitchell
Sand: Meyers Juliana Morsch Pat Powers Linda Meyer Loss Pupo Lowell Peterson Martln Pendleton Bill Phlllrps Row A Fred Porter George Preper
Don Nebeker Steve Palmer Ronnne Newton Jnm Otto Cheryl Pope Gay Phullnps Row 5 Jackle Olmstead Elleen Owrey R a Ostl Kathy OKeete
Claudnne OConnor Carol Neufeld Nancy Ortman Karen Paulson Row 6 Steve Neece George Patterson Elwnn Nowa Frank Poter Arhur Norman
Jane Phxlltps Linda Omohundro Susan Phullops
e exfen e ay rouglzt res men on campus
Row l Henry Rlvera Mwke Rahtlly Steve Rlgglns Rtchard Rlddle Dave Raymond Stan Smlth Don Ru ter Hank Randall Row 2 George Seydel Jckl
Polls Gerry Papel Susan Saucter Sue Peters Erleene Rannvulle Jo Stevens Pam Prentlss Chns Parker Row 3 June Schaooer Susun Rausch Nswcy
Roberts Penny Roblnson Ctndy Robtnson Robln Raymond Kathy Rourke Margaret Ross Carole Rtchardson Row 4 Sharon Rtckard Vnrgtnna Retrorst
Sara Ragnus Pat Rtchardson Sue Rogers Mary Rosatr Sharon Qu senberry Marllyn Russell Row 5 Puth Rucker Susm Schnxr Cheryl Stocker Pochelle
Rhodes Sue Robertson Brenda Robustellx Mary Sharp Karen Rlchardson Row o Carl Sundstrom Robert Rernnger Jtrn Rooer Jtm Rollhs Larry
Shaul Mark Schrader Joe Rrfe Dave Sheets
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son Davtd Stanton Bull Sntder Sue Sarwtne Martlyn Swab Judy Stennett Btll Stuen Bob South Btll Scharung Row 3 Marvnn Schmndt Ronald Stafford
Betsy Schott Enleen Schumann Jane Sanders Betsy Spencer Shtrley Smtth Duane Sungerman Mary Smtth Row 4 Judy Smtth Sue Sommer Susan
Strock Susan Schmocker Carole Sundstrorn Robun Stevens Joyce Skoglund Gaul Splaver Row 5 Joyce Stevens Pamelyn Scott Sue Strk Marylee
Stewart Elarne Spauldung Vncky Smxth Carolyn Stuhrrnan Vtrgunna Stout Row 6 Hoyt Stearns Make Sktnner Claude Smtth Bob Stanford Frank
Schwarze Steve Stewart Esther Smtth Laurte Schultz
Row I John Tretchler Clyde Semler Duck Wtlltams Ken Sherman Eddue Stmpktns Don Wheatley Dtck Taylor Bruce Ungerland Row 2 Clayton Turner
Bob Wachman Robtn Waldvogel Steve Wtcks Jane Wolters Leslte Vaughan Row 3 Ltnda Ward Rtta Wtnter Karen Westner Roselynn Woodward Vtckt
Wing Chrlss Vander Veen Mtllncent Voges Mary Wopschell Jackie Wilcox Row 4 Byron Van Vleet Alan Vega Jane Uhl Carole Taylor Nancy Terry
Arlene Taft Judy Todd Joan Tepper Row 5 Lesley Wasserburger Mudge Whttehtll Jnll Whtte Pam Wtlktn Hugh Townsend Bob Thompson John Thoe
Davtd Ttckemyer Row 6 Rack Wasson Sam Wenzel Btll Soule Len Soprano Chuck Spurgeon Rtchard Shuler Ltndo Toussatnt Gayle Tuchscherer
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Whitney, Mary Vance, Marilyn Winters, John Wyper, Euoene Timmons, Karen
Wightman, Ginny Young, Barbara Wilt. Row 3: Anita Ziebe, Carolyn Wronka,
Elaine Viscio, Sherry Wysock, Judy Watkins, Sandy Walton, Cecelia Wescott,
Students decorated the Homecoming float
Row 1: Penn White, Bob Nichols, Dennis Hamilton, Kaye Donegan. Row 2: Pam Medine, Cheryl Frank,
Josie Gregoli, Nancy Alcorn, Lynda Barley.
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Symbolic of a progressive community is the night picture of the
entrance to Arcadia's remodeled City Hall which serves as a
clearing house for the many aspects of community life. Arcadia
is now a city of nearly 40,000 people with about 9,000 children
attending the ten schools.
In a great measure, the effectiveness of the educational program
provided for these students has been enhanced by the civic pride
demonstrated by residents of Arcadia as they have supported
the schools. At the High School, the full impact of citizens' con-
cern and support has been demonstrated by the continued par-
ticipation of local business firms as they advertise in the Ar-
cadian, the high school's annual publication, year after year.
The Annual staff, on behalf of all Apaches, wishes to express
its thanks to each and every advertiser who is represented in the
Civic organizations have also been generous in support of schol-
arship programs to aid outstanding students and have given
individual encouragement in many ways. Sponsoring poster con-
tests for outstanding national philanthropies, providing many
kinds of incentives to students as well as encouraging fine arts
groups to display their talents during the year, all have created
a fine rapport between the school and community.
The value of the untiring efforts of the High School P.T.A. cannot
adequately be measured as this group of interested parents has
striven to complete many fine proiects to benefit students. The
climax of each senior's year is the All-Night Party following
Commencement which is arranged through community participa-
tion. This event is a highlight of each year.
For these and many other fine contributions too numerous to
mention, the 2550 Arcadia High students say a heartfelt
THANK YOU to Arcadia citizens.
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Upon Completion of the 1959 Arcadlan
The final dismissal bell rings and each student leaves the campus clutching his T959
Arcadlan and reviews his plans for the summer The continuous bustle of activity that has
filled Room H 5 the headquarters of the annual staff is replaced by an incong'ruous calm
The click of typewriters the ringing of phones the shouting of names and assignments
all this bedlam has been put aside until next year when a new staff will descend on this quiet
room and again fill it with the nolse of continuous activity
Each staff member has breathed a sigh of relief as the year closed marking the com
pletion of his prolect a book to recall the memones of a mulestone in the history of Arcadia
High School It was a prolect into which they poured their creativeness and ambition and for
that we as editors of this book are thankful Without them there could have been no annual
Dummy sheets and scraps of paper no longer cover the tables but we can vividly re
member when they did The continual clrcking of the typewriter as Janet Spitzer efficiently
copied paragraphs of scrawled writing is no longer heard but we are thankful to Janet for
the great 'ob she dnd
The many phone conversations that marked much of the work of the Advertising staff
ably headed by Molly Smkule are no longer heard Yet for what we remember we thank
Molly and her staff for the superb lob they did selling advertising space In our annual to
pay for this years color pages
To Carol Hansen we extend a special thanks for this year s cover design and for her hard
ance extended us by Phil Clark of the S K Smith Company In designing the book cover and
for his always helpful advice
Faithfully reporting through the camera s eye the myriad of events which occurred during
the year the Photographic Staff are to be commended for their continuous coverage through
the year Headed by Bud Budworth and Bob Grill assisted by John Stava and Walt Foote
the staff has shown real devotion and sometimes personal sacrifice to meet the activities
schedule during the year Also due our thanks is William Gill of Santa Anita Studios who
took many group pictures as well as the sensor portrait section and Keith Rucker who worked
closely with the Advertising Staff to illustrate this section
To Tim Leslie the Sports Editor with an assist from Jim Goddard we say thanks for their
sports coverage This section however could never have been completed without the fine work
of several other staff members
Finally we extend our very special and deep thanks to Yearbooks Incorporated Monrovia
for their cooperation and for their technical advice in the printing of this book The assistance
and professional advice they have given the staffs each year has been a necessary part of the
production of this book
Perhaps the most important of all is our advisor Mrs Hazel Reegler who has been our
guiding light She has alternately encouraged caloled criticized and corrected our mistakes
always with the oblective of making this the best book ever
And now as we leave thus room for the last time we remember all these people who were
so necessary in the execution of the 1959 Arcadlan
To them we extend our deep and smcere THANKS
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