Arcadia High School - Olympian Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

 - Class of 1960

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R - ' AA -' - f , x,1mY3M -AD L 4, Lf - Q f ' , - .f , ,Q . gi ks L LQ Q1 "gi T.-1 ,-"fax xx, ' , 5 ,L' . 1 X ., x 1 K-L-,k-.f 'X .Xxx-, V.-XM, 1, K-, X- ,fl - A :L ij fu Ex f ing M Vx X fr C Q A l gk ,V ' ' , - - , z,,' .Q l XX If .J ,LJ YP' 3 X O I 0 0' . 'Cf' A- J ., 'hx' VV ,Ai Cy lilLQN M Alba? 'A x W A .Jvv QM M ,gs .. .zu it luv-'l Q wh l Wfynhwfmgf J' ' We lwfncsrllz Kpait, 561 d1LveJCcwarrl"llw lftilufe, IN EVERY POSSIBLE WAY, Arcadia High School represents the look of tomorrow, the trend toward progress. First, in her styling, Arcadia has taken a dramatic step forward. The round li- brary and other unique buildings were a source of awe to nearly everyone. Be- ing one of the first of this type in the nation, our school is truly a monument to architectural progress. Under the able direction of Dr. R. E. Bullington, our capable faculty sought practical applications of modern teach- ing methods. General emphasis was placed on class participation and the in- dividual development of each student. Finally, the attitude of everyone con- nected with Arcadia High has been one of progress, of always striving forward toward new frontiers. Because in these and so many other ways, our school is an example of things to come, we dedicate o r 1960 Olym- pianjo progress. X ,, ' c f 'KET 'ss .fr U X my .xy ' x p mvwvilfkifwx , X. f. JN l'fNx'X1" Aly' ZX ff, I I M W QW IW ff I N61 L llyf f"l" rr'i 1 if J fi' ij as My . with A M WQ.lf A fy-WM bvllb I ,gil WITH THE OPENING of the T959-60 school year, students were surprised and fascinated by the many distinctive features of the new Arcadia High School, which was designed by Phoenix Architect Mel Ensign. The unique round library, main attraction for many students, was a popular place not only because of the study facilities of- fered there, but also because of the recreation area beneath it. This area was put to good use by the students during both lunch hours, before, and after school. Surrounding the library was a semi-circle of classrooms, which, when completed in 1960, made an entire circle. This new addition nearly doubled the number of classrooms on campus. eww Everglliing yew The main attraction on campus was the round library, which was raised several feet above the ground on stilts. It earned for Arcadia High such nicknames as "Spaceland" and "Disneyland" V fun...- For a few short weeks, empty bookshelves lined the walls of the circular library. Arcadia's unique design was especially outstanding in this building. ,' I 2 J ,, lf., , i ri, 0 E x lf' ll ll fl' ' ' 7 J l . l itll il ' V if f . 1 li ' ly I ,T fl I ' i l V '-l ' I L it i -'x I i ry- tl ' f f Fy,,, .i,. 'V , ,, th this semi-circle of classrooms, more than half of Arcadia's classes were held. On the up- per floor were the departments of mathematics and English, and on the lower floor, those of science, business, and social studies. vw sw. .4 . .,..M---v"Q Tl,C9tLClLP,ds UUCLS PM . -i . 7 ' - ' 4 Lair When completed, the auditorium was used for assemblies, plays and musical productions. Music and drama classes were transferred from their temporary classrooms to this building. f L fe ' ff, 3 . il L Arcadia's auditorium had ma fea r distinguished it a the best in t is is-by the country. Amon hese were xi:-large stage and moder ighting faci 'ti . fx X I A X , l I , fb x, L ,EL f . A - 1, ,V f'X Three circles ioined to make the administration building. All school business was transacted in this pleasantly lighted and decorated building. NME'- L i. .. ""1f "STUDENT SERVICE CENTER" was the official title given to the administration building. This clover-shaped building on the northwest corner of campus just off the "Walk of Olives" housed four main centers of activity, the principal's office, guidance center, nurse's office, and bookstore. Early in 1960, the auditorium and the classrooms surround- ing it were completed. At this time fine arts classes, which had previously been meeting in the art building and the cafeteria, were moved to their permanent places. The auditorium itself, with a seating capacity of 1330, was the site of many assemblies and productions, both musical and dramatic. DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM the Student Service Center was the art building This structure which had once served as a home was converted to the art center Until the audi- lhlew Tguilclings are J4TlrosGCive The cafeteria and the snack bar were kept busy during lunch hours, and were frequently the site of fun during dances and other evening activities. As the picture below shows, space in the art building was very limited, but art students spent many creative hours there. torlum and the surrounding classrooms were completed, drama classes were held here During Arcadias first and perhaps most challenging year the cafeteria served varied purposes. When lunch hours were not in session chorus and band classes were held there It also served as a meeting place for several organizations and a site for many dances 1lung,,,N.n. ' 1 , . . . , . I 1 I X T 1 ,Vf'e r . it hi a X T s 1 X 3 Q 5 .et , ' .fv?'f'K ' 1 I T, M ,sw .. t V , T 'pin - - - ,vm-sf, K, f M there. The art building, formerly a house became the headquarters of the art department. Other classes lnclud ing drama and languages were held ifiutciitsmal 545 lfllell The parking lot, in keeping with the rest of Arcadia High, was very attractive. lt was used con- stantly during school hours and in the evenings during games, dances and other functions. The stadium on the north side of the football field took on a new life during games as 1800 Titans and visitors cheered their teams. ' e V 151 THOUGH NOT COMPLETED in time for the first basketball game, the gymnasium served as the site of many exciting games which followed. In addition to games, girls and boys P.E. classes, pom pon and cheerleading practices were conducted there. The parking area was nearly finished with the open- ing of school. lt was in constant use during school and during after-school activities. The gymnasium on the far south side of campus was used by physi- cal education classes, pom pon and cheerleading squads. During bas- ketball games nearly BOO enthus- iastic students cheered and yelled. Arcadia High School is definitely a new idea in school planning. Just how successful this new type of school styling will be can only be told by time, but if '59-'60 has been any indication of the future, Arcadia and other schools like it are setting the pace for tomorrow's education. :Paw ami Qlasgrwm UH S X Most lwfvuurell of all places, -lfmiplelo lfvww ep, lliis isilw Qlassrcwm . A SIMILAR DEFINITION may be applied to the teacher. In keeping with Greek tradition, Arcadia High School was com- pletely dedicated to education. Not only must a school itself be dedi- cated to this cause, but each and every member of the faculty must possess this devotion also. The students of Arcadia were fortunate to have just such a fac- ulty. The school's many involved functions were kept running smoothly by the ad- ministrators, while the guidance depart- ment and faculty worked closely with the students themselves. Members of the faculty not only spent many hours in the classroom, but also sponsored many student activities. fl Qrogrmsive JAIIIYLULLS-lYO3LLf9flL ARCADIA HIGHS administrative staff was headed by P ncrpal D Richard E B Il lngton who worked through the year to keep Arcadia at its academic best D Bulllngton is a graduate of Rutgers State University New Jersey where he ob tanned his BS degree in education He earned has Masters degree at University of Alabama and his PhD at University of Arizona Q DR RICHARD BULLINGTON MR HIL BRADY PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL THE NUMEROUS PURPOSES and duties which kept the school board busy this year were keeping educational standards high employing teachers and admin istrative officers and providing adequate materials and means for the school MRS HENRY STIEG PRESIDENT system The board was made up of tive outstanding citizens Mrs Sally Stieg Mr Paul Feltman Mr Lester Mowry Mr Reese Verner and Mr Lloyd Bimson who dedicated several hours each week for Arcadia and the other schools in the system an-4' MR PAUL FELTMAN CLERK MR. REESE VERNER MEMBER 41 'Fig MR LESTER MOWRY MEMBER MR. WILLIAM HENDRY I ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ARCADIA HAD NOT ONE but two assistant principals. -f H - Mr. Hil Brady, who has a BA and MA degree from I , Arizona State University, had the iob of disciplining t Af and regulating activities of the student body. Regis- 'T' tration and guidance were in the able hands of Mr. Hendry, who obtained his BA degree at Alma College, Michigan. . S5 - go- Q - I - MR. LLOYD BIMSON MEMBER ..10- MR JOHN ASHE MR RAY DAVIS SUPERINTENDENT ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT KEEPING A WATCHFUL EYE on accounts and purchasung school pro vlslons agaln thus past year was the Business Manager George Merrlll Personnel manager this year was Mr John Connors whose gob was to Interview and recommend people for employment In the school system This Included teachers and noncertlfsed personnel such as clerks mamtenance people and the like :Fw ct rcogressive gcluwl FOR THE PAST SEVEN YEARS Mr Ashe has served as Scottsdale Public School System Superrntendent He IS a g ad uate of Arizona State Unnverslty where he obtanned has BA MA and EDD education Asslstmg Mr Ashe was Mr Davis who IS a graduate of Arizona State College at Flagstaff and has been un the Scottsdale School System since 1954 ,Z 1--9' if MR GEORGE MERRILL BUSINESS MANAGER MRS JEAN MCMINN durector of the Guidance Office was ably assasted by Mrs Ruth Downey and Mr Olan Moore IH helping students thus past year with problems pertalnmg to school sublects school actlvl tres and outside work They also helped each student plan a logical currvculum appropriate for hrs needs and abllltles This department worked very hard to help students during the year II MR JOHN CONNORS MRS JEAN McMINN PERSONNEL MANAGER GUIDANCE CHAIRMAN Uxf' MR OlAN MOORE MRS RUTH DOWNEY GUIDANCE GUIDANCE ' . ' r - - ' ' , , in sv . g A ' .T sl I f I I A I gi MR JEFF LARSON Head of Math MR LOU HALLMAN algebra Department ge met algebra 6 years teachlng s In trlgonometry teac In d g playlng trumpet sponsored Jun r lss at Club t vel p ot p cordlng good grades over MR FORREST JOHNSON general math algebra ll years teach In sponsored Sophomore Class photography tropical fish Can the chatter Its my turn amos owl Mcillwmffudcs MATHEMATICS sometlmes called the language of science as used not only In technological oc cupatlons but In daily appllcatlons of all kinds The Interest of many students today Iles In en gsneerlng or related scnentlflc fields and the upswlng of technical programs In most hugh schools has emphasized the need for math Headed by Mr Jeff Larson the Math Depart ment offered courses rangung from general math to solld geometry and trlgonometry More ad vanced students were offered an accelerated program covernng four years of math In three years In addltron to the regular curriculum a course an mathematncal appllcatuons was taught after school by Dr Bullnngton MISS PENNY ROBERTS algebra MR FRANK WILCOX geometry geometry l year teaching algebra lO years teachlng sponsored Freshman Class spec sponsored Freshman Class music tator sports readang Dwarfed by Mr Jeff Larson, Ann Schneuder, Mary Thomas, and Mr Frank Wnlcox supervuses while Harrlet Zenobl and Locke Ann Cornwell do thelr dlffacult algebra problems, whale Bull Kelly attempt to prove that CE IS parallel to AB In triangle ABC Welch seems to be laughvng at the teacher's loke Good luck' r . . 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L L D ' a ' , - 12 - Tlw Langttolq fT SCIENCE goes hand In hand wuth mathematics In today s world Job opportunltles range from elec tronlcs as In radar and tracknng devnces to all sorts of engnneerung The preparatlon of students for these 'obs and the general Instruction of all students was the 'ob of the Science Department headed by Mr John Henderson Among the sux courses taught were lab scrence blology chemlstry physucs and two special courses Advanced Physics and Advanced Blology All laboratory equrpment from scales Bunson and Flsher burn ers to dnstnlllng apparatus was brand new at Arcadia thus year photography water sknng hu fn v s V MRS EDITH GEARY science laboratory biology homemaklng 2 years teachmg sponsored YTeens sewmg flowers music MR BAXTER HURN chemistry blology 8 years teaching sponsored Sensor Class Chemustry Cub osophy skin dlvlng tennis phl Now get this L Glenda Lelstnko JoAnne Thornton Vncky Zoeller and Mr Hurn look on approvlngly as Jlm Anderson observes the effect of OXld6TIOD on steel wool This experiment was one of many carried on by chemlstry students, and It Involved the study of oxygen T3 MR JOHN HENDERSON Head MR RICHARD L DAWSON no of Scrence Department biology ogy ll years teachmg advanced biology 3 years teach sponsored Freshman Class In sponsored Sophomore Class sports X MR DAVID NEAL general and accelerated physics science labora tory I year teachlng spon sored Senior Class huntlng auto mechanics Knot head x L: The nntrlcate human organs are closely scruttnlzed by Mr David Neal and Fred Daniels Glvlng advice and mstructuons are sci ence laboratory students Scottie Colson Veronica Bann Judy Sheer, Sharon Stoetzer, and Lynda Wynn , . . 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I . - I 1 MR ROBERT FINKBINE Soclal Studles Department :can Hlstory 4 years t sponsored Teens Against cer Flag Football Club graphy athletics swlmmlng h three children readnng history boo s Its a hard llfe MR JACK WEBB World Hlstory, socral studles 8 years teachmg sponsored Freshman Class bridge 67' swf Mig? wiv r ,ltr I Vt 1 fe g ,zest fifliwf MR GORDON CASWELL Amen MR ANTHONY SCHIFINO Amer can Problems World Geography :can History social studies anese l7 years teaching years teaching sponsored .lunlor onsored Senlor Class go Class go X f brndge reading Gcwervwwif lla gowns csv Luang THE SOCIAL STUDIES Department headed by Mr Robert Flnkblne taught courses In social studxes world geo graphy and history American Hlstory and government Mr Howard Amerson headed the Safety Education Department whlch taught the basuc skulls of drnvnng tiff' ts-at M..- I A A Ps if A ,Xl ,, .1 K Q. K ll ,Q MR HOWARD AMERSON Head of Safety Educataon Department safety educatlon I2 years teach Ing sponsored Student Council sports "Okay, you guys, knock It offl" 'K 1 , f , ,graduation x I ' Mr Gordon Caswell explauns a chart showing the lrfe of a new law to Teddy Neubert and Suzanne Brown during Amerlcan Problems, a course taken by all semors and mandatory for 51 ts ls Roger Bigelow and Mr Howard Amerson test Judy Jackson's peripheral, or "field," VISION whale Mary Thomas records the score The apparatus shown ln this picture was one of the many devices used for testing un safety educatlon ,5 f - Y ' Q. , 'Q 331 Q". , few- r ' K X K W4 I Y es, . ' , F ' " i " --'r- . A ' , l ' t' ,J ' ,si5,5isx' ay. QQ? f -I u ' - . A 1 tifetftfw f ' A sw gt.-f M gifggifwq L. A J l g' . X Q J 'V lf 1 ' f i ff as , ,Q " . 'Y ' V - 3 x k , I -' ' , I I V, - I Q ' 'Z , ,gf t . sl. . ,I ,L Qs' , V ' - . ' f X J I 7 tl ' . . . ,MN X I . , ' 96 ' lf, lf. , . . . A 1 - I I I I V , H 1 - U X . - , . . 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I . ,....--- , V kk Q 14 5' a Al ., MRS CLAUDETTE BERACH home MRS MARY LOU MYERS typung makung human relatuons I ear shorthand I year teachung teachung leathercraft swummung sponsored Junuor Class sewung uewelry makung flower ar rangements uusuwss tl.-L Tvbousus of Our Emswuouuuw ggilfem THE BUSINESS EDUCATION Department headed by Mrs Dorus Howard prepared students for 'obs un lndustry and busuness Typung general busuness shorthand busu ness math and Englush commercual law and bookkeep ung were taught The Homemakung Department consustung of Mrs Claudette Berach and Mrs Eduth Geary gave the gurls Makung T accounts us one of the basuc skulls taught un Book keepung I Here Krus DuTuIIuo trues her luck as Connue Stephenson Duane Alford Chuck DuFraun and Muke Weller check for mus takes Here Sue Bartaluzzu Sharon Farmer Donna Myers Parma Houles and Eduth Davus cook up a delectable dush un homemakung Kut chen faculutues were complete modern and colorful MRS DORIS JO HOWARD Head of Busuness Educatuon Department busuness law typung offuce traunung IO years teachung sponsored Sophomore Class Fenc ung Club golf fencung archery desugn wrutung MR ARTHUR PETERSON book keepung general busuness busuness Englush busuness math I year teachung sponsored Junuor Class sports travel photography agru culture constructuon MR WALLACE BUMP lubraruan I0 years teachung The only man who ever got all hus work done by Fruday was Robunson Crusoe . 1 ' ' ' ' I I I I ' W . I . . . I - , . 4 I I . insight into keeping up a home. , H01 , q 7 g gJ ,Q , . , . . . . I I ' ' ' ,I Engllsln l-wvuldiusm ef Awww Qcsvmmwumfunfn THE NECESSITY of Eng lush for every student cannot be overempha sized In all occupatlons proflclency In English IS a requnrement No per son can make the lm presslon he wants to make nf has grammar IS bad or If he hasnt the sllghtest udea of how to wrute a good letter - - !Q,'ff',a Janlce Ouren Ann Rosenstem Bull Helbung Chns Bohllng and MR JOSEPH COLLIGNON Head Sharon Benson llsten entranced whale Mr Colltgnon lectures of Engllsh Department Engllsh on the virtues of Hemingway Discussion was the daily actlvnty 5 years teachlng sponsored of Engllsh Vl Junlor Class N H S swlmmtng tennis sa Y X. MR AFTON J CARPENTER ng MRS VERNA FEBUS English MRS HELEN FISHER English lash lournalusm yearbook 14 years teachlng sponsored l year teaching sponsored Soph years teachmg hlkmg Semor Class music outdoor llfe omore Class chuldren We re on a hot deadltne Some students have feellng for Whats for dessert today? thelr teacher MRS LOUISE MILLER Englpgh Cindy Johnson and Roberta Love hesltantly speak unto a tape 32 years teachmg spon recorder Thus machme was used often an Englush Ill to help sored Junuor Class students Improve theur speakmg ablluty I6 Mr Joseph Colllgnon head of the department and other Englush teach ers worked toward thenr goal of makung every student wellspoken well read and well wrlt ten through the essen tlals of good grammar and flne llterature An extracurrncular course nn speed readlng was also taught . . . . . L . . - , . '. . - I . , ,,. g I ' Q... 4 "EE4'1a' f' ' s . . , , ,lf W ' '52 I it-,-,,. , , , , . . . . . . . .5 . . . - E ' A - ' ' x , , . . . 9 . . . - ll I ' H ll ' ll I ' Il - N ' I I ' 1 l - - ' - ' anguog Glu Tgwl lfUili1Tlw lklwlri ONE OF THE essentials of good foreign relatuons IS an understanding of the people and customs of the country with whom we are trylng to negotiate Thus under standlng could not be at tamed or developed without the study of for elgn language MRS MARGUERITE NEID ng Mr Doran wraps Tom Henze In a makeshlft Roman toga whale as 6V2 years teachlng Latln I students howl wuth glee Tom doesnt look too happy sponsored Sophomore Class wuth hrs lot Hall Caesar' sports MRS CECELIA WITTY Englrsh speech tralnlng 4 years teaching sponsored Sophomore Class swimming mterlor decoratlng Lets be quiet The Language Depart ment headed by M Thomas Doran worked many long hours to glve each student a basic un derstandung of a country and nts people through the language being studued ln addition to French Spanush and Latm courses In Italuan and Japanese were taught by Mr Doran and Mr Caswell respect "Tn ...HIV MR THOMAS DORAN Head of Foreign Language Department Latm 13 years teachnng sponsored Freshman Class Junior Classical League Saprlstn' MR ALFRED HEYWOOD Spanish 5 years teachmg sponsored Sophomore Class Rufle Club hunting flshnng Buenol 5,-Y Johnny MacArthur and Mr Heywood give strugglung Lmda Beal Ive y assistance wlth the troublesome task of comugatlng verbs Thus was one of the skulls that was fully developed In Spanish ll 'I7 Sh MRS EMILY STAFFORD French Spanvsh IO years teachmg sponsored Freshman Class French Club travel Snlenclo' l, CS . . l' h . , . 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I I 1, - - H MR ROBERT HENDRICKS A letuc durector boys physucal edu catuon 5 years teachung sponsored Lettermans Club s un duvung huntung Lets get the uob done baby MISS SALLY HARDEN gurs physucal educatuon 4 years teachung sponsored gurls tennus pom pon gurls Senuor Class leather carvung golf Poor MR BENNY ANDERSON boys physucal educatuon safety educatuon 1 year teachung musuc golf Some days you eat the bear some days the bear eats you quuts and a quutter never wuns physucal educatu 1 year teach un sponsored Junuor Class muslc Sports mme OU' tushung softball A wunner never tile Keg To pltgillllli lfllell Quang PHYSICAL FITNESS has become uncreasungly Important un our dauly luves and uts necessuty becomes more and more apparent every day Physucal Educatuon whuch teaches futness has become mandatory un most hugh schools Mr Hendrucks Arcaduas athletuc durector had to organuze not only the Physucal Educa tuon Department but all athletuc teams repre sentung the school Many sports were covered un a year of P E among them not only mauor sports but also luttle known ones such as vol Ieyball and speedball MRS NANCY TIMBROOK gur s physucal education Eruglush T2 MR PATR CARUN boys years teachung sponsored cheer leaders Pep Club gurls untramurals Connue Clark demonstrates a speedball luft to attentuve ath Frank Ruley aums for a free throw whule Walter Lahtu Stephen letes Barbara Haupt Jan Susson and Connue Meudell Speedball Everson Ruck Larson and Don Busbee anxuously awaut the flught was one of the many munor sports covered un physucal edu of the ball Thus us one of the seasonal sports played by boys catuon un physucal educatuon L5 . . 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U I .-',,- 1, H - - N - , , ll ' ' ' II Yr ..-fg. s. - H. ,u - - - - - ' 1 I I ' ' I 541 Tlse Expresswm cms lvuw THE ALLIED ARTS Department was led by Mr John Hall Thus department taught a wade var: ety of subgects uncludlng band chorus drama art and speech trannnng The lndustrlal Arts Department headed by Mr Joe Nix taught wldely dlverslfled skulls such as woodworknng draftnng Ieatherwork and other manual crafts and crafts 5 years teachmg sponsored Senior Class Art Club MR JOE Nix Woodworkmg ,,..,-P MR REGINALD BROOKS band chorus 3 years teachlng sponsored Band Lettermens Club huntung MR JOHN R HALL Head of Allied Arts Department drama speech tralnlng 9 years teach an sponsored Senior Class Fugures MR JAMES MULLER drafting crafts 2 years teaching electronics draftlng 3 years teachlng sponsored Sophomore Class buuldmg tnshrng sports r.......... My vs-Q Mr Nlx demonstrates a power saw to Woodworking I stu dents Doug McCoIlam Jam Evans Roger Wollhelrn Murphy Medecke Eldred Stamm Gene Read and Lester Butler The new power tools were used by advanced woodworking students Sharm Smlth Steve Sutter Ross Flccara Don Aden Leroy Ganntner and Brll Hart work lndustruously over their drawlng boards ID rnechanlcal drawlng Thus subgect required great precusnon and exactness ' 3 A sflt ttf V J MRS. MARGARET BURRELI. . . . arts L ' L I , , Lss, gg L 1 U QSM' VU? , 0 3,7 612111 l5vL,,fYL,2 ' LMJ Q Y I VLG-L.o'vUYlf 41 'fl U-' X341 61444 ! I . X K f J ' ka K X I F I f ' 7ffUQO2 WMD R ,MWC eglfw- 5- ED iff 56' ,cxfcjif LILSSBS Kff f c'4 fx sr! 'NP fy " 3 4 I X 7 ll 4 61 .If 1 ' " , x -f - , I I 44 ,ff ' , 1 Q, EQ' I, A' f ' ru' U V ' 'V 'v V VP I .- ' , f , ' A ' 4" :if f , -' 1 V -J? iff 'figs xef: X l 1 'Z s uf. ' jr ' 'Q 4 I js f f, ' Q- 6 .xk ,fx 1 I ' ffl' X I I' C L: L-f ,f rw KKZQ fc'-f P M ,f ff 'K , f ' 4 L f 5 X If X .I fc 1 L 1 K f' " -J M Z ' U x K' M xyff kf ff lfglfv ff! :Af xx 4 'L' V f L J V I x Q74 J " L I! ' 1' 'L 'ff' ,l ' "x , Nix It g 71 Cf! fc J Nixtrt an ' -L-J, X in 'ff' fff' fl F ! lfxajklx 4 M? i t I It ' ,g v W rf' -C -g Ilia -sh If fig, 4 .A C J uxxb, YA I 5 Q. P :fam mi. - lCli9lL firfwitles Yank will 6xl9eri9i1C8E in Slkflfilifj, wrwlfz1'iiti, leofiuigj mclxqrcwiiig THE OPPORTUNITY to develop both aca- demically and socially is offered to high school students in many different forms, some of them being school work, class activ- ities, and club activities. Enthusiastic to get into the swing of high school life, the freshmen had a very out- standing year, exemplifying terrific school spirit and class spirit as well. The freshmen also participated actively in sports, their football team having a season record of 8-T-1. The sophomore class, with a full year of experience behind them, were active in many ways. One of their main proiects of the year was having a party for the fresh- men. They were also involved in several clubs, in sports, and in scholastic attainment. The main interest of the iunior class was preparing for the Junior-Senior Prom. Al- though this big event was their maior proj- ect, the iuniors also participated in clubs and student government. The culmination of all high school activ- ities came with the senior year. Although the class of '60 participated in many ways, their main concern was graduation. Several months were spent in preparation for this all-important day. After four priceless years of studying, participating, sharing, and learning the seniors were finally presented with their diplomas. Those in the graduating class of 1960 left Arcadia High prepared to enter their chosen fields or to continue their growth educationally. Amgffvfkf JQLIHQQ apkg I v. , f 1 ' 1 A I I 1 , - 1 K, N V f J 'J ' . ' - , 1 ' . 1 eg The Gmilmhiig Qli1gwfIfI60 FREDRIC B BURNS CONNIE STEPHENSON PRESIDENT SECRETARY Fred DeMolay Key Wrestling Tennis Student Council Frosh Class Rep Jr Red Cross Delegate Bus: ness Finance Dating boating skiing MARILYN BENNET VICE PRESIDENT Pep Club Girl s League Student Council Senior Day Queen Homecoming Attendant University of Colorado Swimming writing playing the lSuppressed desirel To go to class on time and make good grades will my white bermudas and red coat to the next fool brave enough to wear them to school I didnt do it' F H A Rifle Club Red Cross French Cub Homecoming Queen Pres Chemistry Club College Swim ming dancing To take auto shop in school will all my books to my brother I guess so Senior sponsors who worked many hours helping class members plan assemblies activities, and graduation. Mrs. Margaret Burrell, Miss Sally Harden, Mr. John R. Hall, Mr. Gordon Caswell, Mr. David Neal, Mr. Baxter Hurn, and Mr. James Muller. -24- organ To loin the Coast Guard will my pony tail to Fred Ross m Embarrassed' MEMORIES of fun filled times will be many for Arcadia s first graduating class for collectively they participated in every organized activity on campus Several seniors were instrumental in formulating new traditions and policies to be carried on long after they are gone through tak ing an active part in student government class protects and club activities Inasmuch as Arcadia was brand new this year the total student body came as representatives from separate schools many feeling a sense of split loyalty These feelings however were quickly resolved in the flurry of new friendships and shared activities Perhaps the seniors more than any other class felt this new unity. Because they had a personal choice about changing schools in their final year those who came to Arcadia did so imbued with a definite eagerness for sharing the excitement and inevitable challenge of being a part of a new and pioneering school, hoping to fully participate and enter in to the fullest. cLoRlA momrsou WW Qlmg s74Cl15-fe qjlefxj 'gums LEE Amusrou TREASURER aov REPRESENTATIVE Glorla Phy Tyo Club Typmg certufrcates 3 Bookkeeping awards Pamtlng wrmng poetry To be able to make up my mmd wuthout a lot of confuslon I wlll Mr Hall to all u ture Drama students To each has THE FIRST SENIOR CLASS became closely kmt In a short time and by May nearly every one of the ll5 member class had taken part In plannmg assemblies dances graduation and other semor actlvltles Elected to lead class actuvltles were Fred Burns President Marilyn Bennett Vlce Pressdent Connue Stephenson Secre tary Glorla Thompson Treasurer and Helen Blandmg and Lee Alllston Class Representatuves to Student Councnl Graduatlon was an ecstatlc culmmatlon of 4 years of academuc and socual achneve ment whlch was preceeded by a whurl wund of last mmute crammmg sessnons excltmg partxes and happy celebratlons as graduates receuved announcements of college acceptances and scholarshlp awards In thus sectuon appear plctures of every graduatmg semor who had one taken and a summary of thenr clubs honors receuved future plans favorlte pastlme suppressed desire wall and famnltar quote The sensors also honored IO class members by electing them Most Intelll gent, Most Frlendly, Most Attractnve, Most Talented, or Most Lnkely to Succeed HELEN KAY BLANDING CLASS REPRESENTATIVE KS Pom Pon Alt Natl Honor Society Phx Musical Theatre Guuld Oklahoma Fvnlans Rambow Scottsdale Singers Yearbook Edttor Red Cross Con vention Delegate Worthy Advvsor of Rambow Glrls Delegate to State Student Councll Conventlon Pep Club Veep Pres St Joseph Jr Auxullary Queen Flnalust Mass Olympian Hall of Fame College Sewang dancing swim mnng To do away with deadlines I wlll Mr C a llttle free time Hu Ho' ee College IASUJ Cars gurls parties I wlll my gurl frlends to Jlm Solem Would you like to have an acceleratuon contest? Glenda Lestlko and Blll Helblng, 25 "MOST INTELLlGENT" " "'... ' "L"... ,', I . , 1 n 1 Z ' . 1 I ll F . , . . . t' . . . ' . . . " ' . f - L: l 11 " ' OWN-" "Helen" . . . Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, , . ' ., , . - . ,, ,, , , , . . . , ' , . I I . . . . . . , , . . ,. . ,, , . . . . . . , , ' I I . u 1 - I . . . . .. ,, . . . ,, 1 P 1 I I ' I 1 1 I I I I I I I I - I I 1-"W JOHN ADAMS Latan Club College Sleepang dat an To graduate I wall my Harem to Mr Schafano Help' VELMA ANDERS Bag Feet GAA Pep Club Garls League Flagstaff College a ang partaes To meet a rach doll an a fane lattle sports car I wall my 49 Pontaac to next year s Car Corner Oh laugh at off' TUCSON TEMPE VISITED ON SENIOR DAYS 'Yr' 4?- ROBERT E ALLEN Bob Amateur Radao Club o lege at Flagstaff Forestry Amateur radao Be a Com munast I wall an under DIANE ALFORD Da Pep Club Yearbook V P of GAA YTeen Cabanet Kent Unaversaty Ohao Busaness Ad manastrataon Swammang ace skatang and ace cream beantheFBl wal very good senaor year to my saster Shera Why not? BARBARA ARNSBERG, Bobble Da Kon Ya, Garls League, Bowlang League Dance Band, Choral accompanast, Mu sacal productaons College CU of AJ, Harmony and Arrang ang teacher Paano, water skaang, swammang, tennas To lave at La Jolla, Calafornaa and see more of M GM Stu daos "Hallelulah"' classman the aob of startang an Amateur Radao club Shoot are' CAROL LINDA ARP Wyatt Garls League Camera Club Housewafe Day dream an w my seat Ameracan Problems to some unfortunate aunaor uh why? 26 JOYCE AMMERMAN Joy Garls League Secretary Wag n Mask Dramatac Club Swammang dancang and Pat To be Valedactoraan I wall my noasaness to every future pupal of Mrs Burrell Tough' .IUDITH LYNN BALLARD Garls League FHA FTA ASU Busaness Water ska n You bean head' CONNIE, ANN . . SHINE AS ARCADIA PRINCESSES 1 SHARON BENSEN Swim ming dating Well honest to Pete' WILLIAM M BERG Bill Lettermens Club Key Club SRVP VPA Homecoming King Student Body Prexy Hall of Fame Co Capt of Fencing Team Texas Lutheran Col lege Electronics Stereo Hi Fi girls To have 5th per :od Student Council I will next years SC President I5 new members with I5 new ideas Merry Christmas' SUE BARTALUZZI, "Susie" . . . Biology Club, Spanish Club, Beaver Builders Club, GAA. , . Y-Teens Representative, Tennis Club Historian, National Honor Society . . . College KASUM Teaching . . . Dancing, tennis, reading . . . To ioin a fraternity at ASU "I will my driver's license to my brother so I don't have to cart hum around" Oh really? BRUCE D BUCKLEY Bruce College Basketball Red Cross Convention Delegate To strangle Karens little brother I hereby will one Jim Cameron an extra large handkerchief Knock it 0 I -27 THOMAS BAUM Tom Band Lettermens Club Swimming Be a doctor ff, STEPHEN BLECHNER Stever- eeno . . . School play . . . College QASUI . . . Guns target I shooting . . . To be a teacher with Mr. Hall as my student . . . I will all my brownie points and brownie pins to any of Mr. Hurns chemistry stu- dents next year . . . Lets neck! GARY BEII. Bowling Club College CASUI Insurance Bowling stamp collecting photography I will y American Government book to Scott Vaughn Q it at Scott' ALEASE ANNE BENY! Anne Lae Tae Y Teens live in a penthouse with maids I will my government tests and an empty grey box to Diane Bowkley much rather go bowling' s s N. ,, I K- , Q Q MARCO PAPALEONI BROUGHT FRIENDSHIP FROM ITALY CHRIS BOHLING Art Club Biology Club Pep Club GAA Girls League Frosh and Soph Sec College Adver tlsnng Public Relations Parties Attend a Roman Orgy You rock you scoty beast' 14 IN'--nr JILL DIANE BOTTRELL First Class Honor Roll Univer sity of California Psychoana ys Reading bad chess tennis games KI dont sup press my desiresj Most s ntors will I wll not Did you ever think? 'nfs' BARBARA BUTLER Bebe . . . Pep Club National Honor So- ciety Mu Alpha Theta . . . o - lege CRedlandsJ- Mathematics . . . Sewing playing piano asking questions . . . Flunk one of Mr. Caswell s tests . . . Mr. Larson, l will my sister, so he will always have someone to ask questions" . . . "But Mr. Larson . . . Why?" Q!- TRUDY BOHM CASUD study law driving the car College Tennis To own Arcadia High and manage it after my taste sorry' O m f-as ff- Diane Greer and Fred Burns Most likely to succeed SUZANN KAY BROWN Suzie . . . Pep Club . . . Miss Olym- pian finalist . . . College KASUJ- Homemaking teacher Swimming . . . Get enough courage to cut my hair . . . will my Clarinet reeds to Jim Swanson . . . All right you guys! f""0u. GERALD BUELL Jerry . . . Chess Club Camera Club . . . Golfing and Bowling . . . receive my graduation diploma . .. I will my flat tire to Mr. Caswell . . . Tally Ho and all that sort of rottl ,O -23- CAROL BOWER Graduate work in a bank Listening to the stereo To get rich quirk I will my ta kive ness to Carl Parker Wish I had a car RICHARD CORLISS Dick . . . College CASUJ . . . ' Fi - tography Music . . . Drive a Rolls Royce to school . . . will my negatives to Mr. Car- penter . . . Hmmmmmmm? FRIEDA DANIELS . . . Porn-Pon, Pep Club, Girls League GAA, College, Airline Stewardess . . . Parties, Drags . . , Belong to the Maffia . . . "Happy Valen- tines Day!" vu. AL EDMONSON Alphons Tile Setter Thinking about how to build an extrava gant airplane Have a won derful and full life with Judy Lets get going' GREER, BLANDING HEAD EDITORIAL STAFFS -We Helen Blanding and Bill Berg MOST FRIENDLY LARRY GENE GOFF Plot BARBARA GRAHAM Olym In the Air Force Hunting plan Staff Astronomy Club staying away from girls College Reading To hunt Elk Why not? be able to sing I will Mr Caswell to Muriel Hockstetler Bizarre' JOHN GRAVES Lettermens Club Track Frosh Boy Rep resentative College IFlag staff Cars To elimm ate women drivers IS there to do tonight Anne? frail, iQ 29 HANNAH EASTBURN, "Lee" . . . Pep Club, Girls League Art Club Sec .... Beautician School Swimming, driving and "Abe" . . . To travel around the world without money worries . . , "l will a room full of scrap paper to Mr. Caswell" . . . "Really?" KAREN GENTRY Kate Pep Club To be Invisible for 24 hours I will my old Government tests and cheat lists to Sandy Benson m tired 'R LYNNE GREEN Dumples GAA Pep Club Mixed Chorus Girls League IBM School Bowling skating riding To play the piano leave my naturally curly hair to Mr Caswell Aint that the berries' BILL HELBING . . . Key Club, Astronomy Club, German Club, Rocket Club . . . College . . . Reading parties sleeping . . . To be able to sleep 24 hours a day l will my brain to the Science Department Icensoredj BERG, BENNETT PRESIDE OVER HOMECOMING lEAI-I DIANE GREER, "Cookie" . . . Fencing Club, Japanese X-class, GAA, Girls League . . . Editor of the Arcadian . . . Colorado State University . . . Art, reading, flirting . . . To be Mr. Caswell's warden . , . "I will my newspaper to next year's iournalisrn class" . . . "Now is the time for all good newspapermen to come to the aid ot the editor." BARBARA BARNETT BB St Josephs School of Nursing Drawing swimming painting Too bad' JOHN BOCCACCIO Political Club Key Club Lettermens Association Veep Student Council College IASUI Women and trouble lm hip' JOHN HILSDORF Newcom ers Club Honor Roll Col lege Banking Traveling antiques lazy fishing buy a new car of any kind I will Mr Anderson a quiet study hall Lets have a party' We gs meww mqgw 02' EDITH HILTON Edie GAA 4 H Club Nursing Airline Hostessing Sports sewing riding To marry a millionaire for his money 'ws is PAUl GRIMMETT, "Scooter" . . . I4 trophies in drag race com- petition . , . To become a mil- lionaire . . . Building my Model A. . . "To be stranded on a deserted island with 10,000 women . . . "l will my '50 Buick to Bob Dean" . . . 11Why?1, JIM HALLEY . . . Hi-R-40 Club . . . College CASUJ, Insurance, Trust Company . . . "I will my ability to avoid truancies to Elaine Tempelton" . . . "Well, you know me John ,... " DOUGLAS DETMAR Lettermens Club Key Club College University of Nebraska Working on cars and racing To be a bad man I will my salt shaker to Mr Nix Rinky Dunk' ROSS J FICARRA Loafing Marry a rich widow with a bad cough I will my woodshop prolects to Mr Nix SHERYI. HISER GAA Girls League Work get married Cooking 30 THEODORA HERSKOVITS Teddy Orchestra Okla homa Finians Rainbow Kiss Me Kate Pal Joey Pep Club YTeens Mar riage Reading I will my lnfuriating qualities to my brother so that he may con tlnue to bother Mr Collignon Good night' 1 1 11 - ' ' . . . - - 1 1 - 1 ' 1 ll ll I V I I - I ' ' ll ' ' ll 11 - . 11 11 - - Q 11 ll ll I ' , . . . . . . . . . 11 11 , I . . ll ll ll . , I . . . , . , . . . . , . . . 1 1 ,, , . ,, 11 - 11 11 11 . . . . 1 1 " , ' . . . ' . . ,, . . . ,, . . . , A ' . ' ' ' ' ll ' ll , . . . , . . . . . . . T 11 - 11 , . . . o , . . . , . . , - . . . 1 ,, . . . . . , . . . , ,1 11 1 . . . 11 A . . . , . . . ,, . . . . 11 A , k My i-an A is A . IA 'V V . 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A4-' is.. , i if Tia 531 s .35 ,isa '1 km V J , . .f n 1, M- , - MANY SENIORS ACTIVE IN FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT CHERRY HOBSON ep WAYNE HUGHES Wanle C ub College IASUI Sec College meetglrls Gettung retary dancnng partnes To have a car I wal y Amerlcan Government book to Mr Caswell Thats cool' gnrs Graduate then Iuve lm tured of school ROSE MARIE KUPNIEWSKI Pep Club GAA Glrls League Secretary or Alrlvne Stewardess Bowllng danclng eating To be a pllot of my own plane I wall to Duane Bowkley my bug monster to vnlure Harry wrth Drop dead' BARBARA BERLIN Legal secretary To beat Robnn at tennls Dealleabob JACQUELINE CAROL KANE Jackie College Nurse To own a punk Thunder bird I well my good luck to Barbara Berlln SIC suck suck TED JIPSON Tuck O lege In Calvfornla wa my chalr an the offuce to I ll meet you at Granste Reef STAN JONES Sceptre HI Y Golf Team Swimming Team Frosh Prexy Model Legls lature College IASUI Hunting desert parties deszgn the next whnte house I will my slide rule o Mr Larson I didnt do BILL HART Ju t plaun B ll Geology Club To get a good rob and make a mlllnon Workung on the Olds Geolo gy and Chemistry To outrun Lee Alllston s car Who cares If we get caught they cant hang you but once' RICHARD KESSLER Chess Club Rifle Club Demons Car Club Glrls Motorcycles Cars To loin the WAVES I wnll some of my halr to Mr Caswell Thats earth shaklng' CARI. KELLER Bud e termens Club Wrestlnng TV and gurls To be IO0 years old I wall my books to my brother Bobby Help' I 'Y Ji KAY KNIGHT Frosh Prexy Kamsa Beta Y Teens Treas College 'Vluslc To mar ry a mllllonalre and be the first woman President SUZANNE KAST Work Swxmmlng photography to coach a football team I vvnll my English book to my sister Everybody s always waltzlng Q 'Q DESERVING STUDENTS AWARDED COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS BARBARA LAMBERT Pep Club Girls League Office work Sewing cooknng To have a neat car ROBERT H. KRUSE, "Bob" . . . Latin Club, R.O.T.C., National Honor Society . . . College IASUX Metalurgist . . . Going out with girls . . .To see every state in the United States and every Country in the world No lie' JOANNE LICHNER Jr Honor Society Red Cross Work Cooking bak in I will my American Government book to Rose Ye Gadsl ROBERT CHARLES LUTES Bob Key Club Band Let termens Club College IASUJ Spanish teacher see the Titans clobber Scotts dae You know what I mean? GLENDA L LESTIKO Band National Honor Society FNA BB Club Jr Class Treas Larson Award Band Lettermen Sec NCCJ Representative Business School Accounting Writing letters to someone spe cial swimming music good clean tun Be the first woman to reach the moon I will my shorthand speed to Barbara Hubbard I t flunked a Chemistry test' 2' .. Q, 5... if-.xr Z LYLIA LAMANTIA Blondie Pep Club Tri Hi Y Cheer leading Paper Staff Girls League IBM School Skating boys collecting rec ords T take a trip o Pennsylvania wil blonde hair and blue eyes to Judy Murphy Tough enough' SHARON LEWIS Band Secretary Swimming To go to Law School SHIRLEY ANN McCUTCHEN Peanut Mercedes Ath letic Girls YTeens FHA 4 H Veep Marriage Tem ple College Horseback rid ing swimming Rodeo per former to be a good one I will to my sister Carol my place working in the book store Shucks' TWENTY SENIORS IN NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY --:V 'Sai' JANICE HELEN OUREN Thespians National Honor So CARLA PADOVANI Olym pian Staff Pep Club Girls League College CASUD Medical Technology Sketch ing reading I wil y brains to my sister Linda Barbara may I please see your Trng'P wg am swamp clety Jr Class Veep College IASUJ English malor Painting I wil y experience to Marti Walker SHERYL PAYNE Pain . . . Thespians Scottsdale Singers Claudia Matchmakers Twelve Angry Women ar- ly Frost . . . Pep Club Prexy Art Club Treas. Fencing Team Treas.-Sec .... College- Speech and Fine Arts . . . Fencing art acting . . . To belong to a Head Shrinkers Quorum . . . Good grief! Z: ife MARTHA ANN PALMER Mag ie Bowling Club College CASUJ Psychologist John mosaic work water skiing To cook I will Arcadia High School to re open the drugstore cant believe it' BONNIE PETERSON, "Pete" . . . Latin Club, GAA, Girls Glee Club . . . Nurse . . . Fishing, baking, sewing . . . To some- day go around the world . . . "I will my brains to my brotha er Lester" . . . "I'm really a farmer at heart!" MARCO PAPOLEONI Lover oy Key Club Rifle Club Foreign Exchange Student from Italy Homecoming At- tendant Wrestling . . . o- lege- Psychology . . . Reading riding dancing girls moun- tain climbing fencing . . . will some pure strong true Italian Vino to you all . . . Oh really? ' 0 E I .' J I DEANNA JOAN PHILLIPS, "Joan" . .h . Pep Club, GAA, Cheerleading . . . Soph. Class Treas .... Secretary . . . Eat- ing. . .To be at class on time . . . "I will my diet book to any girl who wants it" . . . "What?" we Q, N Qifi :ti gi ,Iy- R, I 1 - - .1 f CALDWELL ELISE READ, "Pen- ny" . . . Horse Lover's Club . . . Dream Girl of Delta Sig- ma Phi . . . College lUofAJ . . . Chip, riding, dancing, sewing . . . To get my pony tail snatched off . . "I will all my past fun to Niecie" . . . "What's happening?" ANN REID, "Shorty" . . . Tri- Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Pep Club, GAA . . . Vice-President of Student Body, Homecoming Attendant, Senior Day Princess KASUJ . . . College KASUJ . . . Water ski- ing, swimming, dancing, eat- ing . . . To become President of United States . . . "l will my brother all my muscles" "Hi Handsome! Hi Gorgeous!" 'Vp ROBERT ROWE Digger Band Lettermen Key Club Key Club Prexy College Texas or Colorado Physician Golf music To own a hospital for Arcadia Alumni who get ulcers l will my public debt to Student Council Key Club will now come to order' a 1 45 JEFF SINGER Spanish Club trip to Mexico College CASUD Working on other peoples cars also girls I will my black Cadillac to my Ruth SENIOR TITANS FETED BY JUNIOR CLASS . A -3 j ALFRED BERT ROBBS III, "ROb. . V, in" . . . Ag. Club . , . College ' 7 lUofAl . . . Sailing, water ski- ing, tennis. fx is '77 'E-,,i.,Q ' , K I , ,ig ff My W' s friday' '51 it I if if ROBERT ROWElL Bob Drafting Club Archery Club Junior Engineers Club College Mississippi Southern College Teaching Sleeping Build a dragster Mr Ammerson All my old tardy slips What that ,ll Caldwell Read and Robin Robbs MOST ATTRACTIVE SUE SHEPHERD Model Swimming To get married I will to Mr Caswell Fred Ross DIANA SEDOR Dee My JOHN G SMITH John Baseball College fFlagstaffJ Inherit S10 OOO OOO I will my grade average to Bob Bean 34 TN I X' I is ' J YT f , . ' , E- so .4 i 1 I J, ig ' . , , I is ,, - 1 , f f 'w ig rits? , , ff, o A ,wifi 'S gi!! 1 r ,Isl iflllii' n n iff! ' l .qf4,,.s,'il'.:g2s2il42t "Z ill! il: g, .g,.g:,,,1,i5Qifgr3" .,g,. 'pa-frfwf all -1-A 'Left +"1-friffyiiii i' J' - lfffiiz 'r :Qi4,'j1.,,g :ki 55' ' ,ru wiv' ,iii 1' ' I' H rf Y ' ' ' . I . . . H , - . . . . . "To ' . . ' ' " I ' ll L II . . . " ' is?" A J I ,, ' - tr"' ' Lafriiit, V, K 11 W. . I , H D . . . ,, 'P i - ' ' A ' g'tLg,- , ,I V, ,jgjf2ig ,," A ' of I , , iw, f 41: 1 1 K . l K . .' ' ' ' 1 .5 ,, ,, . . . q rsiss - , ... ' ' ' - ' ' PEE ' ii ' " . . . "Hn" SPRING JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM A BIG SUCCESS SIGVARD SMITT, "Sig" . . . Key Club . . . College lUofAJg Engineering . . . Girls . . . "l will English VI to whoever wants it" , . . "Why worry about it?" PAT STANLEY College Skiing Bowling 'I G3 rs me 195- CAROLINE LEE TEMPLETON Pep Club Y Teens College University of Colorado Educa tion Tennis skiing model In To travel around the world I will my sister to Mr Caswell It isnt FAIR Mr Caswell' . . Y' JAMES SOLEM, "Racer" . . . College IASUJQ Engineering . . . Cars . . , Honor Roll, 3rd Place Award in Nat'l Ford Ind. Arts Drafting Contest . . . To gradu- ate and start to live . . . "Oh, Hi' .,, LINDA LEE STOUT Llns Biology Club Beauty Oper ator Horseback riding I will Karen Maby a needle to sew with Oh ya know' Sheryl Payne and Marco Papaleoni MOST TALENTED DAVID SURGENER Models music VIRGINIA L SWIGARD Gin Biology Club French Club GAA College Uni versity of llllnols Business Ad mimstratlon To go to El Paso Texas on business Dede Singer and Lynda Kyf I will one 49 Plymouth Oh sad' MICHAEL A TURNER Mike Water skiing riding horses CLASS OF '60 BECOMES ARCADIA ALUMNAE Q .1 ' 4 1. LARRY LOVE . . . College . . . Loafing . . . "I will my Trig. book to Gus Ouiedo" . . . "See what I mean, chili bean?" DOUGLAS McCOLLAM . . . College IUofAD . . . Sports. ANN ROSENSTEIN, "Sam" . . . Band Lettermens Club . . . High School Instrumental Teacher, marriage . . . Reading, listens ing to music . . . To make a good Shinto out of Bill Helbing . . . "l will to Dave Sargent all the grief that leading a drum section has to offer' "He's so 'Gung Ho'l" DON VINCENT Peanuts Young Life Club Track Homecoming Attendant Air Force Cars girls girls To have a goatee like Paul Grlmmett I will my good looks to Bob Kruse Why not? SHARON .IO WARDELL War U S Waves Swim ming boating chasing boys Ride In a let wi all my book reports to Mr Car penter OK In a minute' ELEANOR WESOLOWSKI Cookie Join WAVES get married Stamp collecting To become a professional grave robber for Mr Franken leave to posterity all my dis carded gym towels and dirty sneakers You cotton picker' SUSAN SNOW Sue Girls League GAA Work in an office get married Volleyball basketball swimming I will my artists hands to my art teacher Lettermens Club College or To own a 57 Chev with a bug I will my Trng book to Harry Wil STEPHEN SUTTER Steve Trade School Cars Impala engine 355 liams Later KEITH THOMAS Work night school Cruising Central I will my belt to Mr Brady I dont know CARL VANDERBOSCH Rifle Club Key Club Baseball Soccer Class Treas Band Council Band Pres College IASUI Foreign Service Music football To crash Hollywood I will my car to Nancy Tenney Im hungry' BARBARA WIERSCHEM Bobbie Hansons Business Col lege marriage Swimming sewing teasing Bill I will the lunch thats been in my locker all year to Karen Maby Why dont ya? WILLIAM SALINA B Il Science Club Wrestling Track College Carnegie Institute of Technology Research Chemist Rockn Roll records lifting weights wi all of my Cheryl Salina Hey you come here' retarlal work Having fun To throw a rock through a big glass window Hush' CAROLYN BAINBRIDGE WOOL DRIDGE Beta Club Span ish Club Math Science Club Plane Geometry Award Painting sketching horse back riding To unsuppress my suppressed desires wi to Jil my will literally So what? SHARON YARBROUGH Get married in October I96O Bowling swimming golf To go deep sea fishing . I A p D, IQ... , , ' Q I 1 5 . . . . , . . . "I ll 5's to - 11 11 11 Q4 s Y fi 1 f I u , . . . l I l ll ll ,, ,, Il I . - dy . . . . . . . . - , , mfg . . . . . . I ll . . . , . ,C ' x 50. X 1 , ' ' .H . , - . ,, 'I ' ll . H I1 ' ' ' ' . 1 Q - . ' H ' ' W1 stem . . . I, the undersigned, CATHIE WINKELMAN . . . Sec- . ll Il ' ' A ' ll ll ll . . . . V ' . . . , I - - - I . , 11 - 11 11 1 H , . . . 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IN, Y, ,Q 'UK Carol McCutchen Harrlet Zenobl Susue Wood Ricky Turner THE CLASS OF bl contributed greatly to the success of Arcadla s first year The malornty of varsnty athletrc squads lncludlng Cheerleading and Pom Pon were composed mainly of lumors Twnrp Week the Sweetheart Prom as well as a candy sale were sources for obtannmg money to put on the annual Junnor Sensor Prom The lumors also placed second In the magazine sale Pat Sterba led the class as President Susue Wood as Vice Presldent Secretary was Carol McCutchen and Treasurer was Harrlet Zenobl Representing the class In student council were Lynn Mnlot and Rlcky Turner Beverly Sue Christensen and Judy Elliott were the only lumor student body officers Beverly Sue was also chosen sole delegate for Arizona to attend the International Student Burgesses In Vlrglnla Thus enthusuastlc class lmpatrently awaits thelr sensor year which wall brlng forth caps gowns and drplomas CLASS SPONSORS - Mr. Larson, Mr. Carlin, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Myers, Mr. Schitino, Mr. Collignon. -37- -ff' -fi jwjri-R S ff All . f 'I 1 I V y T f f ,,, A' ii ,.f- gl A .M sy ,. . . A 1, stil thy, 1 xx. K- A N: -'fr gs - 'J it ' lg N , f l,Os nl 15 A A 'P 'ff Q, a Sterba Lynn Milot Tgev gun Qkfiitwgw STM yilrizcwa . . . MOST TALENTED MOST FRIENDLY Nercne Gardener and Bob Ware Beverly Sue Chrlshanson and Rlcky Turner MOST ATTRACTIVE Julle Langston and Tom Fisher MOST INTELLIGENT MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Joann Thorton and Asa Meudell Pat Sferba and Don Evans 38 I lf' I"" A Susan Adler Shtreen Alford Judy Aubel Sandra Aushn Clndy Bauer Stan Bayer ps 2' o r " Q ,v ,-Q .. J lf lldflflkmflllkfll Nltflftil gfugessas CL 11' R f Donna Allen Fred Balash Bob Bean LOW O Pat Chnlders l lv-"'l l ..- ,vs Linda Allums Judy Balser Joanne Beauchamp 44" Beverly Sue Christensen 4-.ft ng' K v 4 l UQ 2' ffm' YK ,tl .AA Heyward Anderson Norma Bancroft Bull Beda rd 'AZT Carol Cole 2 ,I x ,A Darla Bollman Duane Bowkley Art Broeder Sharon Bromberg Karen Brooks C ll wa Bob Caplto Karen Carlisle Larry Byrd Jam Caldwell Pat a a y X, 39 ff! lflfffl 'N Jam Anderson Barbara Atkunson Sandy Barnes Ricky Barr Roger Bigelow Linda Bogdan 1.15 nf, X - 3 fx - 7 Barbara Burt Raymond Chapman :FF-J X ,vi lvryl Lester Butler John Chattln . 'CD . . . . C9 B ee, J J , - f Y ' N , I 5 '. Ml .K Q 7 2' , fx 1 K v 'E -1 ' " ' 1 1' f -K I ' ' , 'filf f fr I 'T V' an - 'ar , klkh r gf A 1 , f l f t ail, 5' A C "" 2 g J f B Aff, ff 83 fi fe C A ,ti il X 8 1' -. r -iq I 'W ,,. K C I ,L 1, r ,Q ' H' eg ' If .ff A , - . 'J CW , , , 5 , . A f all A 1, l l 'blzfllte H ,J 4 Q It A ,, W: !',j I, 1: 'rg ln 'in "0 ,.A,. 3 -Q " X -' 1 .-, . 1' a -f e, 3.3 -L-f f-S' , 1 ,, , Q - , , , - ll X ' , r 2 J l J ' ff. , 4 A 5 , tj.: ,v- . A A I, '- A M- Bk W 4' 7 7' fig, fl o ss, C , 'CQ I F " - , A 2 . rf' f 1 ' , r 1 yr! 1 5 1 V4 V A .. ,, V . A , " xc- 5 , v fl' I C: 0 1 ri, A is " . , I f' 'S A V7 ,LQ 1 X K fm Q- ,, h S., ...uv -"f.Q,vm7i 25' H V I N X ms' , A l - 5 l -X .A-W' . POM PON, CHEERING V J' ,Q 1'1- fr .Q 4- I ,1 L ,t ' ' . Q1 cw, C. Doug Cole Carolyn Collins Marie Colson ,Z , ,ll 1 'hang In S' -' ' x - if . f' W Yi II Sam Culley Carl Carlock Nancy Davidson fss Ray Dendy as Az. Tlllle Dlorlo fp Sam Dysart 661' Don Evans Eddue Ford N vm Ga ry Deak Barbara Denzer Q Kr s D1 Tullno if 41 Ann Cornwe :va ri' Robert Dean Danny Deschler Jin Royal Dodds Loren Eakes Duane Eggert 7 i Jlm Evans Alice Fattaleh -'VP by encue Gardner Gene GeBauer AND ATHLETIC SQUADS 40 'F 417' X, l I IN 4"7 c An. Trudie Cook 4- 1 4-Us I X I I 4 Nancy Dahill Clarence Delke 4:49 Richard Dick PU" Chuck DuFraun P? A 1 -C If I ' M,,.,v Jacque Crarnpton ,cn .41 T ri 'k I . ' Q Gary Daudet f 'S A - X Sandra Delke John Dlngrnan fn Jerry Dulanovse 1 Peggy Eklund Judy Elliott 'V' Lynn Flnell Tony Fisher ,..2' Ronald Jack Gllbln Gersfenschlager . S M . yea., --M- C- 4,7 fy A-A Q - J. ' fl . ,,- , f A , K 2, , N Ages lg. . 4 , an --v , 2' " rn? , W---" , -"" L' ,jf ,K NJA I ,. ,w A X A .1 , v Cl ff 3,9 , :H , ,L I-'Q 5 A C, af - if 1 1' ,Q I - lx ff, fl . l I K I f WL I Q l E T 2 Q ' 3 Sf Q J ' l :Q E " A f ' Q' A-ff' ff ,aff '-5? l -' e 7 , X 5 , , V ., I fs J A .X . I . Luigi A b I W K ' ,. ' f. ,, ff. 'N 1 1" . 7' 1' 2"' " ' A " M .L -f f J , l ',, J ' " 1 A X W K Q v in It A fri Q K . tj . 'dl "yu f . ' A . Q . . ag "ll ,ll ' PP' M. I . - .ca J' ,ww ,A 3 .. .Q . x .,.,1 'f -'. J - , -"' A 3: Q ' 1' - I A N , J. :'C"f19 A A Q A Q f if I ' . ' 1 ' ' E .. 7,2 ' J, 3 , . . FR Q :AQ -7 - . -3. 4 i, 1" Q v ,. 'A C. Y A 1 . ' K f 2 .ra h wf- ,f . , 5 get V if ,-- Y eaa 5 , A 'VI lm Glblln Nancy Gvbson .,1 Douglas Grlffuth Jane Hakes ,vs Ja nm Hays Douglas Hllker VW A-U Holston Shvrlyn Hoyt ,as Judy Jackson Ro Jacobson Annette Katarskc Bo Keller ,rx ..- . X' 1- Q -rs x Margaret Klrnball Roy Kingsley f ,f-'Ls' ,fx f A fly ' hx 1 ,., ,ffl . l t Karen Kotlarczyk James Krantz WERE LED BY JUNIOR 41 STUDENTS fi. i Larry Glose Susan Gray Quentin Gregory t',,,"' nw XR Sue Hanneman an Hardin Bull Hargrave 1... Stuart Hnlton Murvel Hochstetler Rrchard Hogue Barbara Hubbard Judy Hubbard Selene Hurford Bruce Johannes Joyce Justin Jan Justin uv'- 4 ff fy- l Locke Kelly Pete Kersten Les Kilpatrick w YX 1 an " 'Y 2 71 1 A 1 ,1 Phlllsp Kunsey Kay Kline George Knlrsch ,'9W'x 1' tt, 4 Q ,Q ,1 M rel mf l A Pete KrU5E Prlscllla Lagrotta Walter Lahti E G J -- f-it 3 Q 4- at-Q. 'Q r ' J E-J A ,A Q Ll. A J' 5 fl V J 'SM if? l'." I LJ Z? J, . . . . I 'fi , 5 A gif' if 1. rw F. 22. In ,.,, , S4 b, 3 'nw - 1, L J -.al i 5 - I W rl . . J . . . ? .Z -4. ' Y .1 g ,L .., Am- 4 Avy, Q A, x K' 2' j g f X . I l 1 X . ,L 1 J. . . . . Q al., ' ' Q A ,K I X H H A, . A ,gy ir -0- ff, " H " r " 2 -W ff Maw b -,rr l Bill ' .Q H J LS F' J: - X, fx H 4' K I t kjl 4 l ' M me q, Q , 1 f-QQ! ' rf L' , d . I . 3 ei' ,J L74- V? U '72 "' Q , " " I' A, :X ' W5 fu 1 ' Fil 1' M ll' w L - V E a , 1 A We 4 E . b . . D . , ' ' it 4 V 4 Z A, , A L, 41" 2 -fr 443 n Julie Langston ,- ,V 'Im I , ,fr - W.. A L Murray Lichty fb QQ V ' . 35.-' I5 L.. r. 'K z f L ' - Karen Maby Jim McCollan Floyd Meyer Lynn Milot Q-,K ' 1 L Joanna Nesrnlth Sharon Owens JUNIOR My f' 2 ,g 6 Bill Lawren f fx IS 4- 'U- A L Karen Lindslrom 5',:'l X 1 -.,r X George Malinski iN v-"7 Carol McCutchen 70' ft Carol McMasfers .2 Bob Moe as Kathy O Gara Susan Quail CLASS SPONSORED 'TWIRP WEEK' . li , - ,W i if l Mike Lee .N vf l . " Eff Q r 1 x,, , A - Lois Liska .5 4, of " f J' f .,, A y . 7 f,, -i .Airy 4 1 Larry Leonardo l K envy' ,A Bob Looman rx fy V N1 rg. 5. . Q! i ff Joan Manning Bruce Mazur Sharon Mclnfosh Lynda Meyers Linda Moore 41' r-v gfwr Gordon Medlll Bonnie Miller Craig Mueller ff" Sandra Osman Osiermeyer -,-:ns Jack Queck 4-"V Ne Roger Quick f- 4? at y, , '-wi -f"1?s Rose Lichner 1-Q SIM 277 Lida Macri .ff - A n J- 'x Judy McAllister Asa Meudell ,an 'RQ Jerry Lee Mills Judy Murphy Gus Oviedo 1115 GW gif Susan Quick J Ji . . , ,ii af V K J K f , -A - ' " Z' J ' ,f . af is ' x A , 4 , K. A r ,,,.. 1: ' A i 'A 4, ,Q f, " l A 'V' 4 YQ, Q ' 5 ' Q, 4 J 1 , 3' f , Y, Qi ,.-,, A- . ,: A, is s,: " my 4 , gf - , ' . .. .fl 'i 1 i7 yi fi I , , J 4 x r L y L" ,. A K 1 K H l R X - ,E J- ,X .M K ' A ,f .1-'fr sf'- --rf H A 3. 1, .1 4 ix l .A . f 7 . A ' N il ' ' Bill ' 1: ikry Q lm- A . ' . N' I Q- K igt, 3 A ' A A J- 7 if .1 - J L r ' - . gf 'gfa:ff,',1f- 1 2 .i'?,5,.g, O K s E4 7 L i 4 A. if .. ,- 1-I Elxzabeth Qulnn 1? DN.. Vncku Paul ,vs if Lester Pet .ludxth Post Ed Rlchardson fi? Marllyn Ross Ann Schneider f-s Linda Slmmons ,PHL X Fralah Payne Bo Parker 'X Peterson TOPPED wig Karla Payne 19 Bull Pearson Sue Ptlumm Marci et Pratt Edward Raduenzel oe Richter Mlke Rosselle Jolene Scott 531 r, Skinner 'N Wanda Roeh rer r' ,vu Dave Routt Mark Seargent Ray Sknnner OFF WITH SWEETHEART 43 PROM lf' Richard Parker Arleene Peer gp Kay Pleasant of Pt' Terry Repp Burton Rogers Pam Schafberger Carol Parker '11 0' Peterson Potthotf "' 4.5 Leslie Rhuart Fred Ross fi A-df Llnda Schnaufer fx John Seesholtz Sherry Kay Sheldon F' Jack Smnth Sylvla Spangler E R I A i ii , life V .,,. ... 'H Y 3 I ' , are wif' , , y . . ' A 1 2- I ' g 3 ' ' eff esy f K ff . - .M 'ra "P l X sm l , - K ' if V' rx- V V 7' " . . ' ll -L+ . any -f . fe gi. -. ' 1 A xl L t l 7 I V u Q will ' ' b ' Bill .sl K , N ' , 714, Z ,v -All 3: vs 1 A: y Q I 4 , S, Lf R 'W ' s . . P ep.: tiogie Bill H Iv-my ' y- , L , L g 4' it 'ls is f . l , ,Q Us 4 1' 1 xl ,--- 5 if. E P J' va-' , 3 j 143, 2 -:L I, ' T , ti X 4 ,L 4 1 AX ' . J' . Q V 4 X 'S 'F l - ,. - F A " Xl .-f- "- ,Q 6 fr -' llv Q ,Q ' " 2 v 1 7 4. I 1 R' 5 ,vs F X x .A P 1 tal! . J , Q , I' , . S yy ,, l iv y in 4 r",,i'Ff if 5 ' sl . X A ,, If ' X 1 yt Q Q y t .f fr: ac. R. N ,X 'K , 4. vs J, ff. -.R , I: 5 ' , - 4 ' lt- - 1' . 1 ' ' 1 ,R f l ' 5 'fn I ' X ' A I 2 ,,, 5 V. iz Q.-Q 4 -L. it A A 1 l" Y Q ' fa ,' .r V, . -fi, ,, W ' 'za-, ' F ,X A x W I 2 l . JL r l . . , . . Gary Shaffer 14 Hector Streyckmans John C Thorp fs Rlchard Tuttle lb "'? JUNIORS AWAIT FOURTH LAP Ar Mary Ellen Speakman fu ga Betty Storrs --up Jo Ann Thorton IX 110 AL Nancy Steals Jackre Stahl -X uv v f'1 Mnke Smiley John Szychowskn lf' 5' John Tokar an Topping ,. Scott Vaughan Martha Walker Meredlth Walker 51. Diane Weidenfeld ech Make Weller 4- x vt .T 2 -ff 4 Karen Wendell 1"'S ,mrs 41 H 6 ,fi 1 Av Wd? ' tl 33 ' 3' I A 1' 5 2:75 as We "l ZR Kathy Zamle Susie Wood Bonme Yarbrough Stella Ysasl 44 OF THE COURSE a Sterba 1-'fe 'vi' Nancy Tenney ff ,Jr ,J- rf? Larry Stlffler Duck Strader ri' 99 Dennls Thomas Mary Thomas Kenny Toms Mary Turnbow Rlcky Turner Bob Ware Don Werner '34' 1' .4 Ar Harrnet Zenobu Don Weeks IQ Drana Wnllnams fl" Bull Weldemaler Evelyn Wllluams r 1 K .Il 'Ps 1 s 1 f l 1 Muke Zummerman Vicky Zoeller 4 . 1- ' . ., A 1 r fu V .X 1- lm , , 4 U-N M I g ,Q if-tl V' A.. lx 5 Q, It 'hx J fr' l+ 1 2 ' A . 4- 5 . V A Y V4 V Ml , fr , Zf, Z. .,. E ', . ' 5' ve, , M Q ,.- :Ai I -M 2 t " . , - 9, ' i i - M t ll , 4 ff v x L. ' l A . ' P 1 ' ' E .-Q li" ij Z4 -f:2- f'-To N, df, E J Q"-5 l"" ' ua 'E ,Q M ,4- . -J J his -9 J 3 ,4 ,I X' r , A V, J ,V 1 J -Vw - R .- as fx . at ' p E - Jw ' 1. 5 ' 1 fr 131 ' T'-if - ff' I 5 Q ' ti 5 ',: 'ft l ff gl A ' ' 'E f' . 4 I 545 ' - I A f J l Q' 1 ' rx , K ' E 'E Q a,, E E 3' TJ ' ' ' f. T . J ' ' ' , 5 lf' my y M V vt 4 I. k V f FQ' Q Q' -fs N 5 ' . , an V r"' ' 04 V0 K v , A " rr :5 ,l 5 f f 2 A- ' K E' - J -6, -nf -.v E ' " 1 -f' "' "T" T7 ' , ,W,.fQf 1 y K ' ' J ll' I of ,A 'll K i A X l l I , 3? 1 A., f X ,r 1f'j..j,i I ,J , ,av sf' A W, .ix F' ' 'l ' ' 7 h A "J A' , .L V K Q 9 A - -' MA, Y f . .f , W.: I ' ' I X lf 4' . ' t T - s 'W 4, 'n . . Bill .I . . . . . . PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT he Qu was sfo' John Propstra Rlcky Wood 'Q' "'5 Y M47 ...y SECRETARY TREASURER Gaul Gallagher .,-. David Herskovlts ,fa f-1 BOY REP GIRL REP Sam Bartaluzzl Nancy Kelly THE FIRST FRESHMAN class to attend Arcadua Hugh School made thelr debut on September 8 when they were welcomed by the faculty and Dr Bulllngton These freshmen the largest class on campus adpusted qulckly to thenr new lute and soon became one of the most outstanding groups The class of 63 showed thelr ability to lead by wlnnlng flrst place In the magazine sale and a freshman also won top honors for the school In this drlve They contrnbuted to many clubs and orgamza tnons such as the Pep Club YTeens Garls League Trl Hn Y the Tntan Band and the Arcaduan Staff Scholastncally 5 made the fxrst sux weeks Fsrst Class Honor RoII whale 39 made the Second Class Honor Roll Whale only one freshman made varsuty squads they had thelr own football team which ended up the season wlth a 61 I record They also had their own basketball squad Class offlcers were John Propstra Presldent Rucky Wood Vlce Presldent Gall Gallagher Secretary and Dave Herskovuts Teasurer Representung the class ID Student Councll were Nancy Kelly and Sam Barta uzzn Enthusiasm and Interest were the key words for thus class and made them a welcome asset to the student body CLASS SPONSORS Mrs Tlmbrook, Miss Roberts, Mrs Stafford, Mr Wilcox, Mr Doran, Mr Webb, Mr Johnson, and Mr Dawson , V 1 , b Sinn 'i I 5 r N 9 P M 4 sq: y . . I 3 T "0 I I i ' 4 ,, I 5 f S ,fdxi v V I -vi 5 4. f , . ' 2 , ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' , ' - ' : ' , : . 1 . . - I .r . I I - I . I I . - - I I ' I 1 ' l T ' .. 45 - KELLY, KOPPEN FROSH HOMECOMING ROYALTY S t N. Z? V - fu- n , , . L4 .Qc F ' 7 2 f - .f - ' ' , .- K W. - 4 , S .4 3 , n 22. QV va, t so S? A . u a '57 1 , -W . . .1 rt 1 3 r .T ' - - K """' , fy --.Q ,M f , y y S ,, W Q it H 5 : f' Carol Adams l I rl 0 'M l Q ,Q 4 , , -5 gk ' Af an W.. 4 at -Q " ' --.,- ff 1 X Donald Aden Billie Jean Akers Harold Allen Linda Ambrose James Anderson Sherrill Ashton . f- " " " fr "4 'pw "T in , X il 7 . , r - , 7 ,.,, A xx .a I 11 ,K-xg X , 0 9, J Bob Ayers 1:15 Bruce Bagshaw im Bailey Sandy Baldridge Loretta Baldwin Ronnie Ballretf Dallas Banks Veronica Bann ID' Sam Bartaluzzi FRIENDUEST John Propstra and Susan Scott Mike Bataran Jhffcill Rick Barnett Cyril Barton Dick Beamer fi' gqs K. at 1-"""' New Shirley Beauchamp Barbara Belan Don Bell my Stan Bieleski Ed Blszantz John Blackmore 1-.. X 1 Janis Bennett Bill Beran George Bernai Beth Weber pi' ,cr Gloria Bones Jerry Boudreau Cynthia Boyer Rick Briggs 46 -. If 'll fv 'li l ,Q :ay .' P . ,fs ' ,Q ' 5 .w I' lr I . 'ff' M J 3 . S is it -g it K t ' t if 'L P Y x of 4 q"'-- gf . L l r 4 f 'F ' . - f x ,f ,, , 'fi . Q K L K H- I L fav- , - V ,x N V' , 'Z' A ,v , L0 , ' "' ,4 5 A ,S - Q A fa- M, A H S , . .S S .2 ns, 2 .Q Q -H , 1 t ,S-ms, , K rx, Vg, ,, my ,... it I r if .MMV - I S, . lv f f L: I 3- . S 5 he yy iw if 'A A 5' 3, 'P .' n 5 i it L , ' 1. wg. ra A -M. - , ,K . . A . a . Mal . , l A 2:-23 B Q ' l . is S f 1 f X e N sf. fs S YL Stephen Bromberg Pat Cain Bull Cettu 4-"GM Bob Christensen 4 Tom Church Qc- K Larry Clarke IS ,. nv"- FROSH PLACE ,f J? Judy Browne John R Ca Duane Bruchls 1' na Ca FIRST IN MAGAZINE SALES ff' 4 A Ill I Patricia Brulnlng Pamela Burke Charleen Burns 3, Y 43 George Carter Vmcent Carter Palfle Casbere MOST TALENTED Carol Adams and Make Ellls 4'-in rv- 9' Susan Clarke Karen Clever ,.-Q Ednh Davis John Ziegler George Headley X L Scoih Colson Donald Conroy Donna Cronn 'vs 'HY Lynne Dobben .lerrl Lynn Draney Nancy Drechsler 47 Jerry Busey Joseph Caudle 'US avid John Chase 3 vw N82 Rncky Chrlstmas 31 Connie Clark ff Fred Danuels x R Lorrame Dunba l' as 'ik Q A S 3 f' . f 1 Y- L' , 4 3 K V V f f .f V K 1 N E 1 M' 593' 2 'f J' .V y . . fm iw ,-1 V W ly A, . ,f ,Q 1 'LH I SW X ' 1 ' ' K i, ' f r .-C, Al Q I ' 1' . f ' I I 4, Q il n ' , .A iv I 1' K we vs' V' ,L - A , Y ' ' N3 - ' i "sf-D 5 .. 1 JL J ' ll I N ' ""' A ls.. -lg A A , , , 1 A I b ,F Af , lg K r A 4 'Y A 4 im-. Z-. K 1 LA 1 X - 3 ' . ll R' ll ' ' , fa ff 'L 'S 5 f A . I 4 My 539.302 A 'K 51 Xl , ' :gill L' ' I' iz: ej- ' ' 1 . ' W' -1 if mg X .L , . N 1 ' 1 rv- K 5 ' -.- I f, H .I il. 9 l L b I 4 + Kjnfl.15l',, ff W , , 3' ,J . 5, k J 1 Y ' , jf:- ,V I W I - k v . I 3 my ' E 4' G ' L XL A, . .fr if-J h ' f- Q -.. 3 fl' .1' X-ww 'kg EE : .:,, if l - Cary., L fr as . A 1- ,s 4 ' , C ' v ,4 iv- ' f' X' 4 ,A ' lil v Q - ' il Lk ' W4 4.1 - -r - -' . , I ' 'ei' A 'J J ' J 1 A " -Q ,r',, C I YW fl y U' A . Us l l A e 6 J C E J rr ' v A ,G """ 'v 1 ,Q V' ' N 'VTE 'UT .llI,, L., n 5.1 C1 4-ur - A r 2 1 gy J - 1 f? S X J X , X ,f lg . - ' ' l I . ? . 1' if 2 .Q A . ,, 4- Janet Dunfee fi :ta Eakes I Dwight Eckhardi Loss Ellloft Carolyn Falk Judy Frazier XX T7 Patty Gardner 71 Julue Durrell ,..4- Kenny Ealy Terry Edmondson Mike Ellls 5 Bull Farmer Susan Fry 47' Vnckl Goddard ll wi Gene Gruffnh Rnchard Guthrne CLASS OF 63 SHINES SCHOLASTICALLY NW. John Ebert Ronnie Eggemeyer Davld Elson Sharon rarmer la KI' Gloria Eklund 'Z-f" we Charles Emery Michael Ferguson N va Lynn Fulbrechf Bull Gage 'U' ,Q ,.. Carolyn Goff Paul Graves ,Q A ei Peggy Tyra Marcia Harrington 48 in as MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED David Herskovnts and Gaul Gallagher Ap. MA' sl Andrea Emmons Bob Fanrfleld P1 Joan FISH Rlgk Ford Leroy Galntner Gall Gallagher Carolyn Gray Cathl Greenwald ,pw ,Q- vo' Chrns Haugeland Barbara Haupf I Q - f E- 1 r , f FQ Y ,F I . . " ' .ca V, Y ' , 2 ' . W J 'V ls ,X lx I g I H, ,. , , 1,80 Q Qi' :J- I -4 1. o I. .3 U wx N f' we -E lil' J 'mf' P9 l' x 4 ' K 7 . f' .nswh 3 :fu rdf., '.l 1 F 1 Kb r .N , :: at :: :L I: cf.. .ls- - f y , J " X :.'::2::: :: Il:-' J ' 1 Nr A L 5 hi? 31255 ' l R. W :eff 23:11, .- . ' . ' l W g ' ' , .0 "1 fr P le'f G3 f C A ' i ' - r Qf, 3 f ' ' .T 71' ' ' ' 72-i N ' A lg al J 5 , 4 l -f ir -' 5 'r L 44 N' I ' ir N -x . . .1 " rv f- "- 1 f Zo 'e ' " 7 ' , v I . Y K Q ,gr ,f . .A , - -' g 1 -E ' f f--r '-' -ff' f :fig f' L, 'K L 1 , 1 A if , 7 , n ' ,.'-ri. 'L "5 L fwfr 1 . r xl 5 C A A fx A jg.. Ely 73 5 A ',f ff' 7 3 5: ,,, 4' it .. hi Q f of , .H 3 . I C , ,. H ' -f-- f f M.,-f , 7 S Q x 'Sl ' 4 A ' 'l 1 S ..- ,fe J 1 -C ff .J W 1 S W- J rr - e 3, 2' 'N 6, J 1 ' N Z Q, 1? V V I X gk N g, ,i ., ,IS ' Z... , X I - C 1-fy, Q, we-.g ,., 3 Ag' - - , L M f - k fi S, . 'K 4 - Sr . r fs K C Milla S ' Q -A If ' - - - , - if .1 any ur . . fi un- x , gh iff , ,. . .T f - .1 ' 'S X, 9 , , 5 --M N Q' j AW' J . 1' f,,. X if L - ,' .1 I A ""' I' i I , Q xt I Apu A 4 i .L ' x J L ',,, ff, i 'Q gill. . 3 0 ,qi I Q rs. f - ' R, 1 -an 'L -g . f,-' 4 ..f1- Q ' 4' .. .fr-H' . -rf 1' f. 4 J x 7 l A . , 9' Q3 , X S M ' A I FORTY FOUR ON FIRST HONOR ROLL MOST INTELLIGENT Tom Parker and Kay Smith -Q ar Betsy Hodges Pamela Hurley 75 Sandra Johnston Mary Katarski av" .,L,.. Stuart Herman 3. 40- v-'Y Cathy Hoeksema Peggy Hoffman rim Don Jacobson Mary Jane Janecek Donna Gaye Jones Mike Julian 4'-rv! ,,,.-nv' Phil Hawkins fl It .wa-4 David Herskovits Parma Holles Cindy Johnson ,Q lf' 4 -5' Esther Juni i .419 "' ' I - LIV' im Keen Gerald Keith Glenn Kelty fvw r 'Il ,rfb Q ul? QC" .I aw IQ Don Hauser Linda Hauser ff: Terry Hawks Richard Henderson 4-1 14, Dean Hull Corky Hilsabeck ",'1s Skip Holmberg Nancy Hoyer Dorsee Johnson 10"- -aa Bull Kamstra M. Nancy Kelly :fir Rose Merle Kennedy Mary Kent Chuck Kessler Linda Kilpatrick Ralph Kimball -49- 1-'-r' 4-97 Ray Johnston Nick Karales Judy Kennedy Carole Kinzle -um 5. d,2 FROSH ATHLETES EARN , ' 4 fv- 7, I ,gtk I J Jack Koppen ,Ax ff, Theresa Kowell Gary Krug '? lrrff lsx i W P f 4 "' as Ellen Lacy fN Adelxne Llchner John MacDonald -mm Wk Lamuth Joanna Lefan Breck Lallyblad Cllfford Llndblom fn- 41" Jane McMasler Joe Manzo Gary Maschner Paula Jo Mattingly Murphy Medecke Warren Muller Eileen Moneel Carol Moore 'FW Tom News Peter Von Nrkrforuk Corky Northrop 'x ,--fx Q 1 Linda Padovanl Ronnie Pagleardunr Bill Papp I a , ff, X rf N, 1 Joan Kruse Candy Lane 4' l AI Llndslrom John Manmng Pat Medecke Gary Moore Bob Ofstre Tom Parker Regina Levenda Prrssue Rogan Lunda Martin Rocky Mell ,.. o Narrn Conme Oehler .gm ff' 'K z- S Y 4, fr .1 1: X. Toni Kupniewski -., k " ox Paul Lewls Tom Lynch Hank Martmson Connle Meudell Make New Peggy OGara Susan Peacock Bull Pebler ,,, ,af f Q 'ln 'Er Q 1 " , . rv D i , l l N J' , X l Bill ' ' A I, 'X H . Y ' iv 1:3 kt, ri , F . ' r 5 3 , ' F ' ' 1 . v "' 7 p , i I I l r I Q . , L C. K N : :J , ,,. I " J - 'S L4 'N -,--0 X- , I '., I V ' N 1. I l 1 ' . 2 5 2 I A I 'I L' , I 1' ' , N "J .gn ,QL favs' xngl Jn, v J- K ' K , 1- I g lx 1 f k f V -1 , , , 'W' jx x l . ' X 2' Y l 1 if ,V -Vg J' ' ii f ra- - '. for ' 'Q-fl' f Q49 'Ffa " 'U 1, J' J V, f 9 'i f iff ' 1 . 5 . 1- l gk :fx In .. X V l y - - B b ' ' J 63. '25 J , - J K , X- .feng ' if 4 'nf' , ,gf L gf: f-A L .F ii f . H A, ,fx J V , f I - f J' X rl .l , so 4 J .ra K , .N .1 fl: M A Z 1... I , .. , , 4 f-X , A - 'N f SY ' r, of . ,..-f V. Q - K ., . W' L. X A N JT 441' , .-sf , mga-.. ,Y , . .,- ff - V' .lx Kay Peterson d 1 , ,H ma Lmda Ploegsma Mike Qumn "Wh Julle Rlckllck ,X fx grylu R -.ef -h 1' Karen Petkovsek W 55 Sharon Polen Sharon Reardon TW Nl' Eddie Rolwetz Donna Scheutlm Bob Schucker A L.. John Scofield Peggy Sheffield 'N Scott Sllver 7 ,rv Mary Scott Sandra Sheldon YV' l -ak, Donna Snmser PIGSKIN TA NGLES NET 6-I-I f-X. , yn'- r 'mg A ,- Donna Petsch Stuart Pettycrew Ai' Gibson Pratt Ralph Prettyman John Rebeske Laurie Retter Bob Robyn ,pm ns, ax fl-g I" X 'Q 'lsr .-I ,x jk Harl Pike Pamela Pipes Dulcle Prndgeon '7 Ann Richmond 'S 5 Lowell Rogers Cheryl Salena 'UK T John Propstra ee Richter Sue Savsttlen Lmda Schlossnagel Mary Ann Schmudt Gerald Schumacher Mike Schurnng Susan Scott Patty Seargeant fn ".lV' Lance Sherwood Becky Shettler KN -like Dennse Sunger A :vu- Jack Sederstrom vi Rachard Shields 'I+ 'N 4-A wi? Jan Slsson Andrew Smath Judy Sheer Brad Shoemaker aff' A 'Ns Duck Smuth AW L- J gg L 51' P -: Yoga- . 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Aw! r 'V'f"', QS ,t , 'C 'it Qfl gl - af' ,- .id- - -...if Dwloht Stuart Karen Swanson A-tax to dward Trapp Gary Swift Sandy Sylvester ...s E . . fv- MOST ATTRACTIVE Jack Koppen and Peggy Tyra Ann Gregory if Y 1'- ? "5 ' -1 'a 0 gn' ,Z Eldred Stamm -1- 9. - .E ,4 .,-r' Denise Taylor Rod Temple Dave Turner AP Bill Waterman Gail Weiner Edgar Welsh O df 9 '41 'ed' Keith Vanderbosch it We Marilyn Wash ff' Joseph Wesolowski Steve Wilson Pat Wlnegart Lona Wlnkleman Prairie Wltkamp Roger Wollhelm Ricky Wood Craig Woodnaid A., ll i Lynda Wynn Martaine Wynn Doris Zesiger Reardon Dight Scott Zimmerman Lucy Zingale 52 2" .ff f 1' fr J' A .. IL 1 i '3' K" l .5 lk! .E A ff: gn 1 T: X X F Alt Q W A al - l N E . . is ,, A M9 , 4- " J I5 Q A 3' . rl ' " qw ' V ' . " - .f ' Vx Q . , .ij ,1 a - I is. ' f 7 .. it , iff kk 'uid AY 4 . lil. ' .7 A , ,- - 2 J v Q A . 1 l ' I"" t W. A S ir, V A- x sw A 'Ln' ' 2 1 -" -r '. Z - M X -ft' ' if, X . N X - K " - Allr- G Q' , if' 1, ffl , it 1 , M qi J .A Ia I , ' j gm' n , ,ix .: SA ii V, .Ia P 'A S? J .,, ' Q,?"' in i-e S NY: - . S, f " 1 x X.,2efs 'im , 15- J J A A. 15 ' . t se . is 4 T Q ' Jef Q, ' A 1 xc- ,235 4 S' '4' MQ, 2" gl 'LQ -f 1 A 5 1 X , , LL' 5 V L - 1 , .ref 7 . ' S N - P t , 4 S l Q gs ri! 1 1: ff!! efzi Bob Fukuchu Corlu Norde Gaul Chasey Donna Cravener BOY REP GIRL REP Tom Elliott Darlene Holman SOPHOMDRIES THE OUTSTANDING class of 62 wlth thelr freshman year behind them con tributed largely to the success of many actlvntles and organizations The Sophomore Class was represented IH the Student Councul by Darlene Holman and Tom Elliott Other class officers were Bob Fukuchl President Cork: Norde Vrce President Gall Chasey Secretary Donna Cravener Treasurer Many sophomores were on varsnty squads whsle several others were mem bers of the Junuor Varsity teams Honor Roll wise 4 sophomores were on the First Class Honor Roll while 37 were on the Second Class honor roll The class of 62 has kept a flne record throughout their first year at Arcadua and will make outstandlng leaders for future years CLASS SPONSORS Mr Flnkblne, Mrs Wltty, Mr Heywood, Mr Henderson, Mrs Fisher, Mrs Neld, and Mrs Howard 53 , A ,f nj' V SW I ' A t"jf.l 44' 'T , jx f . H A X K: K Y Wg if 4 L . k.kV4V,. f, 151 . 4 In PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER T S S tllllll sltl - ,aff ,.. if L ' . lf' ' ' A ll' i R ' ' ' --li. T 3 'A f"f lf ' i ' l ' ' I . 'L A ., ' J it . , 'E ,V 1 T . gf ,t SOPHOMORES PLAN FROSH-SOPH PICNIC ,tr f 2-A - law ?' " .. ' f u. ' , 1 .H f' r I' , , f ."" A ai 1 J 1 Lorraine Adams , of Larry Ayers Jean Bellenger 67- 3 ,A Paul Blauman f' 'X Pruscella Bcscotta ...fn , . , ,, I 'rx f 3 2 as F Y' Q' s L' V 'Nine if ' 1. Mary Ann Allen Sharon Ballard Pat Benlarmn ,M Don Blsbee Jean Burch Mums: Borsch Nancy Boyes 4--'fi' Bob Butler Ed Calrendo 1 7 al' , V ,, 4, 1 ,7 I 1 -is A Sue Alliston Adriene Anderson Sglly Anderson i,.- ' fm . is F 0- ff-r 2 y .X S L 11, , ,.fj 'v , ,R 1 -,vb age ,w..wv.q T x f A is- A 1 .4 Bruce Barnett Bob Beal Llnda Beal fr: f-' tg C 1'N, ,, ww , , if A J Betty Ashpaugh Diane Atkinson ,A, t!?F, Qffll Q TX ,. A -KM? Jannle Beardsley Sharen Beckman Ken Bertotln MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Torn Henze and Donna Cravener Julne Blro Glen Brandow Steve Briggs ,ft 1 x Tom Canter Sandy Carllsle 54 Jim Brltton xl' CJ 'Q Muke Case ll Nw' ,Al n Brown Sheryl Bruhn ,fl ,,-Q Charles Catknns Bruce Chadderdon - x r x ,J ' sl. K . as, M K , K K 4- A A A . ll , V7.s 4' ' . J , ,owl lr :ill , 1 1 ., f My ,I 1 V I AN. Q :,- ' Ar s , I ' 4-'X 7- J' ' U ff 1 ., 'X' A 4 ,A A . 1' AGL K . L-1, 4 6: I t I A, 'Ax 1 2 -1: , ,. K 9: ?..,,,g V 4 -Yau ' 'Q ' Us fy., at 7 I ' 'mf' Cyyds tl " as.. at erf' ylr.y, 4 C . ' 't A at eer . ,J C, - Q C "L, x , M- J 5 -5 1' of , A SV , ' 1 B X ' ' A .ultsfiff t c If Gaul Chasey IV' Ricky Cook IN 311 1"'7 Q9 Path Davis .fi Robert DeLoian fs 115 Karen Dodge tix c'4 I A , Henry Dunbar I yy- "x ' , su- , 7 , :ps K .A CLASS OF I962 LOADED WITH TALENT f- fs .ip 'Q fi cv' if 'NL Judy Cliffefbvfill Diana Cleveland Bill Close Cheryl Colopy Leslie Compton Terri Conner ,Q rf' Al Donna Cravener Oliver Crawley Terry Cusack Bill Daley Harry Davis Stanley Davis P ,677 516 Daye Dayton Bob DeBerge fi 'TK Sandra Dixon I A MOST INTELLIGENT Bob Fukuchi and Carol Hinton Philip Doornbos Douglas Gordon N 'gift ' I A 'R 1 ,N ......- M, V .1 J., 1 . , ' il il hi Pam Edgin Clifford Edmundson Tom Elliott Sharon Eltz Sandra Emerson Kenny Etchells ,, fx 's r f'f0 ni ,f' A i . ,.v : i 4' -29' '. -' ff. ifpi ' we ,,,- xr A 'J .L ,I , ' A D i ' Michael Evans Stephen Everson Sandi Fagg Lee Ferguson Phyllis Ficarra Margie Fink Freddie Fisher ' an IIA A LAX, ,ff I ,A I, isiy Q T 4. A. E ,+I ig . .' ea- W: gl ef A gmt, uk - .D , I ' , J , le T Y ' ', ":1D"? c ,,-v ' I 'fF', T M A- ' A 'vu e 'V"f, it V N-fi I -1. i . l a in W' 'ffl 1 ,114 .asf fi ,--I " . - M i!! " 4 fe. Q T figs: fl - I Q ' I 7 Q' fi -Q 1 , In 4 I Q Ag y ft! :WI I .f l fi slr mb , I M ! ,,. 1, E, - 14 E ,L xo 5 I , X .. - 'L l z , ' L' iq fi get A ff y v Ji 1 ' v 'lf lv f A A 5 ,nv it . X ZFX 2 I-as J Q: an fr? rn! R " " ' C 7 .n ox 'T' ,Sze :,rl?l ,, xy Eddie Flsher .5 J Steve Frlck Jerry Gllbreath 14" CLASS MEMBERS CONTRIBUTE TO . . . 1 5" ,S ,a ,, X Larry Frazlc HY ML Bob Fukuchl Peter Gelger .B 'Sw ,1- wi xx X Jackle Glover Carl Granzow MOST TALENTED Gaul Chasey and Mike Case 1 E A I Jam Greenback Carrol Greenwald Ronald Gregory Wlllle Sue Grlfford Kltty Halsell John Hamllton f- Tom Haney F: 'vs John Hickman Darlene Holman -4? Joanne Heeftle Luke Helms Ev? .5 'UW ...al John Hlegel Kathne Hvnds I it Q if Cheryl Holtson Eddie House P3 nun TJ? Roy Henderson Carol Hinton pn Make Hughes 56 JW gg' 4-:IQ Tom Henze John Herrick 11' XJ Wayne Huser Don Hodges J Y' ,... Craig Hunter Mary Janet James irflr tl tlhvl, R - - L :ml f 'ST ' 'c:-l3Tf Q 5 ' " I ..--'Q I N " Mk I Z, LN ' V "' 7 . . 2. J 1 - ull? I l gd A t fl". :fill yy? 5 f C 2 rf+..H H U , - ,- 'H I 6 A Y '52 " Q' fain f. "E IZ, -5 ,i 'W Q any H r s .WJ E ' V' - " ' 'F' f " .--ff J 'X , -1: 16, - , A W I 2 bel' . Q ' A 1 135: J f Q -4 J. - .ff , 5f.a:-r- A C J f f 4' as Q ., ,fe ti ' 5 S ff , J- -Q to , - ,J -Q V ' , H I -.gg 7 . K. 4 gr J 4 - -' aw J ,f J rrar C C , 'f'- W '- '-fs' C w A .s J as A . A J rm a at lf K lyll I 1, A: .,,.. ,. ' A 1,1 K J' iff? E ' lx H . 4.1 - ,- . 7' tsl ,st ff , ffl? ' J C r C Q2 H 35 . 3' H Mg -br dtse i J ' -We f A . nw X 'www A xfi, '- x , , C we J the A R R J 51, iii! dx M Y ,f ,fy ix f 33, ,Q fp lv K '3 2 ,ll z K ' 'LT' 8 l 2 ii " 5, E 1 f K. A X S TITAN BAND AND VARSITY SQUADS FRIENDLIEST Tom Ellnott and Cork: Norde Clark Knight Sandi Learn Roberta Love fx Sue Knight Diana Lelsf Bob Mahler ,-N Linda Kyff .fr if! Susie Lewis William Malinski 4 is - -1. A R Q ,-.nv John McArthur Shiela McCarthy Sharon McFord -57- Rosemary Janca ,.. an Barbara Jones Dick Karpinskn 'N F"lm A Malvnda Kerr Alan Kershaw ,.. A Sandra Lafon Don Lewis Barbara Ma rtin af' Carol Mecey Benny Landis Pam Lind Una Maschner . - Jeanne McLander Bull Johnson Robin Kel er rf' ,..- David King fn- Rlchard Larson rf' Larry Lof Walter Mazur Chip Miller 4 , 321 5,-3 2 , 4, ,- ze Linda Miller 'fi 55 ir A X 'ff rn X'-:II X Donna Myers dl Pat O Connor Roger Olmstead '11 Sally Pettit Suzy QUICK 5, ,.,,,,. .ff MANY SOPHS INVOLVED IN STUDENT ACTIVITIES A fx ,,,, at I I 1 Sharon Mills Y-'IJ Margie Moeller Nancy Morris ':, dw Q K, f - If it fi or li. ,gr , eff' 1 I , ' N I-ff' H... I- ik! a A I S x Duck Faux Shirley Neerlemer Judy Nicholas gh fi 44 , 17.6, ' J Patricia Maser 147' . . -v I ,E x I Tim Nlesz MOST ATTRACTIVE Barbara Jones and Gary Wasson Yr AY? .ff rf! ,iff Mike Reese Linda Reinhardt Lyn Rhuart Fred Rhogdes nfl 4'-Q IJ Robin Robb William Roberts Toby Rowell Kenny Russel Dave Sargent 58 11 ," .Q X it ,..-v lx A 'x 'S+ , ,.- . N I I Will Mullgr Calvin Munnell ,N 4' ICF 10' 'gf ' 7 0 o 1 I Z o 1 Q. CD 38 if 'TT -1 U Ju rr- P fT -4 5: 25 gf , 2- G' I L X i '- f' lx Cheryl Nye Kathie Oldach tn Carol Paulsen ,f sn' Bob Porstman w-59' Helen Robb if-1 Zoltan Sari Robbie Schafranka I eI I .. + .D I ya lg'?"'f 2 ' "W-'H f x.. ' year, la " ' ax , , A X S, R . k ' I I "Wi, I ., Q I ,,i,, . 7,5 ' 'tamed' 'J' ,R I I ' l g A- ' 5 I ' , I ' 1 ' ' 1 " X 'fy T , 'I an if .. r I iff' Y ' li," ' I I I ' 31 I , ll, x I it uf ' , ,Z al I '43 I ll ' ,WV ' 0 'fry , VV . i I A, W . ,:N,:,7 I N1 I J ,,w 5 L , . A - r .X L ,J-, H, X I I L 1 I ww' ' it I E 'ru I, is 4 N 5, I i -zgqr X I K, X in , 1 I ,,x 1 ,Q,' jf I " f f , xvfr r'1V ji i A ,ff I L Y I W I f,f f W, 2, f, , fa 6 Mary Schammel v um Shaw Gary Splnzl gh 'V' Mike Townsend T5 15:2 BIRO JONES ONLY VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Gary Schneider 4? 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W f an 3, PM f a - ft A X fb "" - Q ff- ' fo "lf ' " K A N 14' 4' pl V , rl ' " N '-dl 2 l' 1 J . yy T . . . 3 -4 1 - ' P K , V4 , 2. - 'f .. -- 1 Q 1 ft ' ' ?' -s 3 ,,- " ' f a A, , " ' a QL fy. M ' j t . T V. T t 4 A A f t Ml , A 1 is A- q 'lx I V M I 3 'LSJX ww, ' uf' 5: Y S - A - ' -'X T r li . E - - I . , 5, K , V Qrgcwzatum JQEUV Lvtheg CWM xffbfw iii Q 3 5?a5Zf xl IN Ll I HxH""G" U,-f' :xkM,." XV? CX sflllflifwigfyli iuiies are iiiyucwffnii, wlmlgiliufwgll eilfa-wrriwlof afiivifies claws awe, olfwelcivp CL well-rcwidfad perm ' VARIOUS EXTRA-CURRICULAR activities gave Arcadia's students a chance to dis- play their talents and develop their in- terests. With clever yells and snappy routines, the cheerleaders and pom-pon girls pro- vided an extra boost for school spirit. Budding journalists were given a chance to express their ideas in the school newspaper, The Arcadian, and the yearbook, The Olympian. Student Council was composed of student body officers, class presidents, and class representatives. As the gov- erning body of student activity on cam- pus, it sponsored several events and represented Arcadia High School at inter- school functions. While those having musical talent participated in choral, band, and orches- tral programs, those scholastically in- clined found their interests challenged by academic and honor clubs. Through the myriad organizations at Arcadia, each student found something especially suited to his interests. Al- though education was of prime impor- tance, outside activities added much to the all around personality development of the students. l ' . ' .. I Q- K ' 'sf . . - 'i"'v.3- s 1 1 1 'L' i' QT? in lu! 'A lol: - -0 l'i 'C ff . if ll' fi S flrwlllas grit gllulevfl Q ml Lal mfr f""'-ww Mr Howard Amerson SENIORS Fred Burns President Helen Blandmg Gnrl Representative Lee Alllston Student COUHCII SPOUSOV Boy Representative Bull Berg Student Body President ll! SOPHOMORES Bob Fukuchl, President, Elllott, Boy Representatrve The enture Student Councul during an actnve meeting In the library '35 flnfq I K lx-ni I lla Darlene Holman, Glrl Representative, Tom 62 AS THE FIRST governlng body at Arcadua, Student Councul's func tlons were numerous Theur alms and oblectrves were to promote a better relationship among the students, faculty and community Record hops, assemblles, Homecommg actavmes, decora tions at Thanksglvlng and Christ mas, student council conventions, the exchange student, and pep , o n our . . . Afvsvtugtr o aa . l S if L "" u Rx E ' c . r ll A 4 W Q if ey lx ll M tm. Mrs Ruth Downey Student Cou nc: I Sponsor ' 3 Ann Student Body Vrce Presldent posters were some of the actuv mes sponsored by Student Coon Money ralslng prolects un cluded the apple machines foot bal program sales and conces suon stands at sports events President Bull Berg and Spon sors Mrs Ruth Downey and Mr Howard Amerson kept the coun cal runmng smoothly Q19 Raul Elhcsif Qlmfcwgw JUNIORS Pat Sterba Presldent Rick Turner Boy Representatvve Lynn Mllot Glrl Representatnve Judy Elluotf Beverly Sue Christensen Student Body Secretary Student Body Treasurer ....--...ng FRESHMEN John Propstra, Presrdent, Nancy Kelley, Girl Representative, Sam Bartaluzzl, Boy Representative 63 blj p - . . . - - - 1 1 r S' 'll' tt,f Rt ,E A :g y .z '- h Fi 'f S Q? I z , . I . I . I . I . .t B' I f 4 Q 4 1 s - H All V, . . a fi A 'fl , Q J M 1" ,Q 7 v N Q A - . ic? K A -M 2 -' vw? A Ly n' 1 . I I - I cil. X . '- A V ' I ' ,WA lllv l ll 1 1 , - , , . . . :B ' T3 TDM G lg Qllwleodm Nancy Gibson Co captaun Darlene Holman THESE EIGHT Varslty Porn pon gurls represented the Titans this past year at all sports events pep assemblles and parades Money earned from the squeezle sales helped offset the cost of their uniforms Frve peppy cheerleaders cheered the Arcadla teams at all sports events CD Tnlhe Dlono Carol McCutchen Karla Payne Peggy Eklund lmda Bogdan VARSITY POM PON GIRLS Nancy Glbson, Darlene Holman, Karla Payne, Llnda Bogdan, Gaul Chasey, Kay Klrne, Beverly Sue Christensen, Cork: Norde WL HL if , . . . , Y' . I 1 HL' Q S 1 t LL J ' - 64 - Qm1,uf5ffgd N MM Npfrfi ffllf ,, tn Juhe Blro Mlss Sally Hardin and Mrs Nancy Tlmbrook Pom pon and Cheerleading Sponsors Gall Chasey VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Tllle D orlo, Carol McCutchen Julie Blro Barbara Jones, Peggy Eklund The flve cheerleaders took turns being captain thus past year K -,-f P V V ' ! ' . C2 ' J' , f A . 5? E 's r ., yll , E D S .fif ' if 1 i ' i- Q-A it 'Q was represented by two attendants IH the court They are Seniors Connie Stephenson and Don Vlncent Sophomores Barbara Jones and Tom Elllott Freshmen Nancy Kelly and Jack Koppen .lunuors Judy Elllott and Rack Turner Seniors Ann Read and Marco Papaleonr In the center are the kung and queen Bull Berg and Marrlyn Bennett Marilyn Bennett and Bull Berg are crowned Homecomung Royalty by D Rlchard Bullungton 'klllffflrhllfj X 7f'3l1gf3l'P l3l 5 ,ullilm Qwuuul MARILYN BENNETT AND BILL BERG Homecomrng Kung and Queen rengned at the dance followmg the football game with Winslow Stu dent Council provuded tor refresh ments and arranged all actlvltles for Homecoming with the pomp and circumstance of the lmpressrve half tume coronatuon ceremony belng well taken care of by the band and chorus A rauny weekend necessl tated a week s postponement of the oruglnal Homecomlng plans and stu dent antlclpatlon had mounted to a BIN Berg hugh peak by the time the much talked about events took place A wonderful evenrng of dancing topped off the extra specral festlvltres Shown are Ronny Gregory Rack Turner Judy Ellnott Jack Koppen Marilyn Bennett and fx all """ seem to be an excellent van tage point to see whats going onl The amazed trio of merrymakers are Ed Callendo Suzi Wood and Stan Lou Hallmans Band provided music for the Homecoming Dance celebra B er aY tlon 66 1 1. W X n I 'Q A' ll W . ,, I 'gpg A X K' 1 A ,GL . . I ' 2 ' ' r. l . ' . .F A ' L . L ' L 'l E l 7 tl 1 ,Es J . 4 T' 'L fa ' ' . I , F do I - I f ll '-- Q gig . . . es? - 1 , , ' , f'l f L G' . , ' 'I f y y f I E xr r l L -" - t 'A L ' : , X Nd 3 , .mwah L I I . 'i l Snowflakes In Fantasy was the theme for the flrst Christmas Prom Huge paper snowflakes were hung at various places on the celllng while the rest Mr Hal Brady presented Jolene Scott of the theme was carried out by the use of a beautifully decorated Christmas with the prlze awarded for The Selection tree and crepe paper streamers Qwlme 5065 lllm lard Que cur M ne, THIS YEAR the flrst annual Christmas Prom sponsored by Glrls League held on December 19 was a huge success endung wuth the normal con fusion of teanng down decorations for souvennrs of her theme for the prom Amid gally bedecked young ladles and sharp beaus Andrea Emmons Carol Adams and Roger Bugelow dance the hours away Cliff Edmondson Don Vtncent and Lunda Beal take Mme out from danemg to feffesh themselves W'lh The Moon Lughters provaded music for everyone to enloy punch and cookies 67 I ' .4 l fv D . 7 K 1 , "L , W9 t , vo I l I I ill X Q was held at Paradise Inn. The dance, A 'X ,I . . , X . I Y. M A ,fzi Twurp Week royalty were announced at t They are Carol McCuTchen and Loren Eakes Mr and Mass Twurpland Pat Sterba Muke Weller Suzu Wood and Locke Kelley attendants balloons were released from The ceulung and m ny were kept bu trvung to rescue one for a souvenur 1 if One of The many reverse actuvutues durung Twurp Week was The car wash where the gurls washed cars for the boys The purpose of The carwash was to clean the cars for The dance on the followung nughT'P 68 .psrftfe Musuc for the very successful Twurp Dance was fur nushed by the Clarussa Hall Truo G ls Tm Qmls jplllifi uurrueela THE ENTIRE TWIRP WEEK actuvutues were sponsored by The lunuor class and specual actuvutues were set asude for each day On Monday The gurls dud the boys homework On Tuesday the gurls opened doors and carrued books The gurls brought or bought lunches for The boys on Wednesday On Thursday The gurls complumented each boy three tumes durung The course of the conversatuon After school on Fruday a car wash was held at whuch The gurls dld all of the work THE TWIRP DANCE Hernandos Hudeaway was held un the cateterua It was a semuformal sponsored by The uunuor class on February 27 Fol lowung the tradutuon of Twurp Week the gurls unvuted the boys To the dance Musuc was furnushed by the Clarussa Hall Truo to add enloyrnent to the evenung The decoratuons used were elaborate and appropruate ul lustratung well The theme that was chosen 1 J-XV u l , wt , A ' .fr Q ' A he A l g g.u, , T K , . 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I 1 ' I - W ' ur s up 1 ' u uw 7 of ' ' an . l f 1 V , . . .su lu " ,I ' N. ,Is -Us ' T P P P v The newly elected student councrl painted the waste paper cans rn school colors as nts trrst servrce prolect Shown here are Blll Berg Judy Elllot and Ann Reid Amtmrg Imran to Sam TM THE GENERAL ACTIVITIES around campus were lust as Important as those whrch were scheduled and publlclzed It IS these manor BCTIVITISS whrch make each school day differ ent from all the rest and this varrety sparks the Interest and enthusrasm of school sprrrt ASSEMBLIES specral speakers and varrous other happenings brighten the darly school schedule Also the nrghttlme actlvlttes and sports events provnde crrcumstances where the stu dent body and faculty can become better acquarnted and where school sprrrt grows through the support of the actvvrtres of Scottsdale Part of Arcadia team IS shown here Mr Lou Hallman Mr Ben Anderson Mr Rrchard Dawson Mr Joseph Collrgnon Mr Howard Ammerson Mr Robert Frnkblne tween Arcadra and Scottsdale dressed as pom pon gurls of ancrent Rome mrght have They are Mrs Marguerrte Nerd Mrs Dons Jo Howard Mrs Jane Plecas Mrs Mary Lou Myers Mrs Wynn Erchenberger Mrs Larson Miss Sally Hardin of classrooms An attempt was made to complete thus constructron soon after the start of the T960 bl school year 69 A 2 I . l ,' The women faculty members acted as pom-pon girls at the basketball game be- N l N Isl 5 Qwul Lelmmw helix klcsmorarq Qlulls NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS Marllyn Bennett Duane Greer Karla Payne President Lynn Fnnell Vnce Presudent Pat Chulders Sec Treas Barb Butler Barbara Burns Carla Padovanl Bonnue Peterson Helen Blandnng second row Annette Katarskn Sue Bartaluzzu Grrfflth Bob Jensen Mary Ellen Speakman Barb Denzer Mr Joseph Colllgnon sponsor NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY sponsored by Mr Joseph Collugnon was a natnonally recogmzed honorary club Stu dents were gudged mamly on scholastlc standnng but also on cltuzenshup and leadershlp nn the school and commumty The club inducted new members at the semester BAND LETTERMEN was also an honorary club and was sponsored by Mr Regmald Brooks The group was made up of outstandung band mem bers who were awarded let ters BAND LETTERMEN Anne Rosensteln Muke Case Vice President Pat Chllders President Tom Baum Barbara Burt second row Mr Regvnald Brooks sponsor Bob Lutes Davld Surgener, Steve Bnggs, Bob Rowe 70 'D Peggy Eklund, Bill Helbing, Linda Leach, Pat Tomkins, Linda Allums, Pat Sterba, top row: Margaret Kimball, Bev Sue Christensen, Doug Keg Qlub gerveol Qcmmu KEY CLUB MEMBERS Bull Lawren Roger Blgelow Dave Snyder Roger Olmsted Sergeant at Arms Doug Grlftlth Treasurer Doug Hnlker Secretary Fred Burns Leslue Rhuart Vuce Presldent Bob Rowe Presudent second row Dan Wnllnams Asa Meudell Scott Vaughan Carl Vanderbosch Luke Helms Gary Schnerder Make Zlmmerman Marco Papaleonl Bull Berg Tom Henze third row Mr Hll Brady Sponsor Gary Wasson Bob Lutes Roy Henderson Mrke Case Slgvard Smltt Chaplam Jam Caldwell Chuck DuFram Les Knlpatruck Dr Rnchard Bullmgton Sponsor commumty through servlce They assisted at open house at the school and they also passed out vote yes stlckers prnor to the bond electron that declded the school s future Club members along wlth Key Club.members from Alr Force Base annually sponsored by Klwanls ln Aprll Llly Tags were sold In Phoenlx to help ralse money for the Samuel Gompers Memorual Clmuc Key Club held a car wash rn March They made 3120 whlch went toward the red and whlte Key Club lackets RIFLE CLUB MEMBERS spent thus past year studying the rufle and they also had target practice every week or two The purpose of thus club sponsored by Mr Heywood ns to promote safety wuth fnrearms RIFLE CLUB MEMBERS Mr Alfred Heywood Sponsor Paul Sylvander President Rocky Mell Vrce Presldent Norma Bancroft Brllle Jean Akers PFlSCIll6 LaGrotta second row Don Blsbee Peter Nnknforuk Marco Papaleonl Charles Emery Sknp Mulls KEY CLUB MEMBERS worked to better the school and all over the Valley, assisted with Kid's Day at Luke Lriilzermew, Girls' League gpmle LETTERMEN Bull Weldemauer Presndent Make Lee Vlce Presrdent Pete Kersten Secretary Treasurer George Knlrsch Chaplaln Bob Bean Sergeant at Arms second row Make Weller Bull Close Richard Wall Bob Ware Gary Deak Bob Keller Bob Butler Bob Beal Don Busbee Don Lewzs Third row Coach Bob Hendrlcks Sponsor Duck Faux Danny Deschler Bob Moe Ray Dendy Quentnn Gregory John Tharp Crang Hunter Bruce Chadderdon Gordon Medlll Charles Calknns Ed Caluendo Top row Bull Welch Jack Smlth John Herrick Don Evans Tony Fnsher Sam Culley Stan Bayer Larry Glose Carl Granzow Loren Eakes Jack Queck Tom Elliott Don Weeks ARCADIAS LETTERMENS CLUB was comprised of the outstandmg athletes In all sports The purposes of the club were to promote and Improve athletlcs sports manshrp and character Lettermen sold programs at football games and they sponsored a basketball game played by the Harlem Clowns The Lettermen also assnsted with the Open House at Arcadia GIRLS LEAGUE was organ ized as a service club for the school through the promotion of school actnvltles and school splrlt Glrl s League sponsored by Mrs McMrnn held a style show at the school Club members also sponsored the fnrst annual Christmas Prom at Paradlse Inn GIRLS LEAGUE MEMBERS Ann Rerd Lmda Summons Barbara Butler Parllamentaruan Karen Dodge Treasurer Joanne Thornton President Krus DI Tulllo Vnce Presldent Margaret Kimball Hlstorlan Margaret Pratt Annette Katarskl Second row Pattl Stevens Sandy Osman Lmda Allums Barbara Denzer Nancy Staats Shrrlyn Hoyt Sylvia Spangler Barbara Hubbard Sharon Mllls Lorralne Adams Susie Lewis Top row Charlene Burns Kathy OGara Melinda Moore Cynthia Boyer Julre Langston Pattu Davss Kathy Hands Judy Clatterbuck Leslie Compton Lmda Arp 7 1 I 1 1 1 ' F 1 r I 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r ' 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 - ' I I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , , . . . . , ' , . 1 - 1 1 - 1 . - 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 . . . - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - TL-Hr-Y, Y-Tm Affdim of YMCA, YWCA TRI HIY MEMBERS Susan Adler President Wanda Roehrer Secretary Harruet Zenobr Treasurer Jan Hardrn Chaplarn Lynne Mrlot Hrstorran Pattr Stevens Sergeant at Arms Second row Mrs Plecas Sponsor Cork: Norde Darlene Holman Carol Hunton Kntty Halsell Michele Stephenson Krrs Dr Tulllo Pam Schafberger Thlrd row Pat Sterba Margaret Knmball Sylvna Spangler Ann Reid Mary Thomas Shtrlyn Hoyt Llnda Simmons Karen Dodge Julle Langston Carole Klnzle Fourth row Linda Allums Helen Robb Jacque Crampton Karen Lnndstrom Barbara Jones Gall Chasey Kay Klrne Melrnda Moore Donna Allen Carol McCutchen DELTA OMEGA Trl HI Y members strove to malntarn the Ideals of the natronal YMCA To create malntarn and extend through the home school and communuty hugh standards of Chrrstlan character Collecting donatlons for Cystic Frbrosls was the ftrst mann servlce protect and Arcadlas Trl HIY collected more money for thus cause than any other club an Scottsdale Phoentx or Tempe A formal Induction of the members followed Catalogues were dlstrlbuted at Chrrstmastlme to ralse money to fight polro The club also gave two needy famalles a nlce Christmas wlth toys clothing dishes and food Window washing protects twrce durrng the year helped support the clubs actrvttres THE STATED Y Teen purposes to grow In frlendshlp wrth people of all races and na tronalntles and to grow In the knowledge and love of God Y Teen club members held a bake sale and a carwash and later rn March they spon sored a dance YTEEN MEMBERS Sherry Kay Sheldon Sharon Mrlls Chaplain Vrckr Paul Vrce Presrdent Nancy Dahrll Presrdent Leslle Compton Nancy Staats Second row Annette Katarskl Betty Storrs Susie Lewns Cheryl Nye Roberta Love Kath: Hands Lorrarne Adams Sharen Beckman Charlene Burns Ann Rerd Thurd row Sandra Schooley Mrs Edith Geary Sponsor Pat Childers Judy Jackson Donna Cronn Jean Burch Robbie Schatranka Lrnda Retnhardt Nancy Davldson Shtreen Alford Barbara Burt Duane Alford Duane Eggert Lynn Thomas Sandy Carlisle 1 ' ' 7 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 - : - 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' ' 1 1 ' - . . ,, . . . . . , , . 1 1 ' . . . ,, . . . . 1 1 - . . , . . . "T ' d' 'd l ' afel O QfOW as IH IVI ua S, Q ' 1 -M' 11 1 . L J - ' l - st. 1, as ,, Qi ' , i of 1 I 'W 4,1 . K 1. C, 1 , I J .1 , ' 5 1 1 I 1 I 1 5 1 - 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 3 1 - 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Pep Qluub goeleeol lflp lreelloall gleam FRONT ROW Lynne Mulot Sergeant at Arms Mary Janet James Treasurer Lunda Beal Chaplaun Sue Knught Secretary Varsuty Cheer leaders Barbara Jones Carol McCutchen Tullue Duoruo Julue Buro Peggy Eklund Sheryl Payne Presudent Darla Bollman JV Cheer leader Susue Wood JV Cheerleader Shureen Alford Vuce Presudent Second row Carol Schlossnagle Nancy Davudson Stella Ysasu Lee Dunnung Susan Gray Karen Lundstrom Judy Post Cheryl Holston Sharon Wrught Jerry Lee Mulls Terry Edmundson Tom Kupnuewsku Thurd row Norma Bancroft Bully Jean Akers Sharon Beckman Donna Sumser Veronuca Bann Kathy Trutten Donna Cravener Muchele Stephenson Pattu Stevens Robbue Schafranka Lunda Reunhardt Mrs Tumbrook sponsor Shurley Beauchamp Donna Myers Judy Ross PEP CLUB led thus year by Sheryl Payne and spon blouses Usung blue and whute muttens representung sored by Mrs Tumbrook promoted general school spurut Arcaduas school colors club members followed the un the hugh school and communuty pom pon gurls un snappy hand routunes Members of the club were seated together at each Durung warm weather Pep Club sponsored home football game wearung dark skurts and whute squeezue sales after school to help pay for the mut tens FRONT ROW JV Pom pon gurls Helen Blandung Susan Adler Lous Luska Cheryl Tunney Varsuty Pom pon gurls Nancy Gubson Darlene Holman Karla Payne Lunda Bogdan Gaul Chasey Kay Klune Beverly Sue Chrustensen Corku Norde JV Pom pon gurls Shurlyn Hoyt Daye Dayton Lunda Muller Jackue Stahl Second row Sandy Osman Prusculla LaGrotta Harruet Zenobu Wanda Roehrer Connue Meudell Lylua LaMantua Cheryl Nye Jan Justun Mary Ann Allen Judy Balser Janus Bennett Denuse Taylor Thurd row Cheryl Colopy Margue Funk Eduth Davus Lunda Padovanu Jan Susson Jerry Lynn Draney Una Maschner Susan Peacock Ann Gregory Carolyn Goff Carol Nash Joan Kruse Mary Kent u u 5 1 ' ' I 1 I 1 I 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' I 1 I 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' ' 1 . . . . , ' I I I . . . ,, . ,, . I - : - : , 1 1 1 ' I I 1 1 1 1 1 I I ' ' ' I , . 5 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I - ' ' , , I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Q J'Qe1lQcscs l'f4lQldelpeoll7glif3Lseosos TAC MEMBERS Susan Gray Joan Mannlng Barbara Graham Karen Carlusle Mary Ellen Speakman Vuce Presldent Pattn Davls Linda Ploegsma Second row Kath: Hznds Mary Schammel Mary Thomas Wanda Roehrer Shlrlyn Hoyt Carol McCutchen Karen Llndstrom Kay Knlght Sue Knught Annette Katarskl Peggy Eklund Julle Blro Third row Murlel Hochstetler Bunky Hllllker Fred Burns Marco Papaleonu Larry Leonardo .lam Caldwell George Knvrsch Freddie Fnsher Nancy Tenney Ann Gregory Carol Cole Mr Robt Ftnkblne Sponsor Top row Margaret Shoemaker Ltnda Stout Duane Alford Vrcky Zoeller Sherry Kay Sheldon Lee Dunning Betty Storrs Lunda Ssmmons Nancy Staats Paula Mattlngly Kathy Trltten Mary Ann Allen Earlene Peer TEENS AGAINST CANCER sponsored by Mr Robert Flnkblne was a club devoted to helpung fught cancer The mann way IH which the club dnd thus was by collectlng money whuch they donated to other organlzatuons which fnght cancer Aprll was set asude as a specnal month for worklng for the cause JUNIOR RED CROSS members and sponsor Mrs Jane Plecas kept ac tnve thus past year carryung out the clubs many alms The club special rzed In promotung the humanttarlan :deals of the Red Cross Their pro grams and prolects were carried on at local natnonal and lnternatlonal levels Boxes of cookues were baked by Juntor Red Cross members to brnght en the Chrlstmas season for hospl talconflned people Club members also vlslted bed rldden chlldren ln thelr homes and at the Crlppled Childrens Home Later In the year a chest was fulled wuth artrcles to be sent to an emergency area overseas l JUNIOR RED CROSS MEMBERS Roxue Musbach Chapter Representatuve Bonnue Peterson Presldent Duana Wllllams Chapter Representatrve Second row Sand: Delke Karen Petov sek Annette Katarsku Mrs Jane Plecas sponsor . V . l' , , , l 3 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 ' ' , 1 1 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 1 . 2 1 1 I 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 ' ' I I I 1 I I f , 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 ' 1 ' , . . 1 1 1 . , . I 1 I 1 I 1 - - 1 ' 1 1 - 1 - Q owge RM6OfClL llfldlltemrilms Na-.....,.. Slim? +5 't lc un, um. 1970415 num, 3 Hs iq, liver, 'Q-,.-Z' ! I r WY ALIAN CLASS MEMBERS Mrs Graff Bonnle Peterson Barbara Butler Kennedy Mrs Kennedy Mrs Marcone Rrcky Dee Marcone Beth Mxller ITALIAN was offered as an extra currrcular course to stu dents nn a class after school Mr Thomas Doran taught the class on Tuesdays and Thursdays The ltallan students rangung from grade school to hugh school age studled and learned the Italuan language Two of the mothers of the students also took part Q! Barbara Burt Mr Thomas Doran teacher and sponsor Judy JAPANESE also offered as an extra currlcular course after school was taught by Mr Gordon Caswell The class composed enturely of tumors and sensors met every Tues day and Frtday Although the class was small those who partlclpated In It benefited greatly In thelr knowledge of Japanese 5,4 men -ml' 'Q 1. JAPANESI: CLASS MEMBERS Mr Gordon Caswell, teacher and sponsor, Barbara Denzer, Helen Blandung, Leah Greer, Mary Speakman, Judy McAlllster, Asa Meudell 76 "W"2"l ll' K J ., ., - , I R I, ' -I is It arrtr y I l 5 m... Is I A A W . 1 3 . ' ' I Q ,fa 'L M 3 'gf wr' fu L' -I r fr f A Q R I . A . A .,1v ft ....... . A W , , A I '1 W- as ' . A . ' U a ,. , MC... N . -- M542 sv ,LV f . u 1' I ' ' 4 ."' ' cl I J t ' J s , X , I , 1' A - f 9' , .W I 1 , IT : , , A , , , . , I , r 1 - , , - . - , . . . , . . , I . I . . . . I - I - I . W im H f I A at , 'W , t Q ff 1 A xl' Q ' ,. A x .fb I Elm Qwses Offereziio Qapolnla g'lJuleKlZs MATHEMATICAL APPLICATION CLASS MEMBERS Jerry Repp Pat Childers Marllyn Ross Doug Gruftlth Second row Scott Vaughan Dr Richard Bulllngton sponsor and teacher Lester Peterson MATHEMATICAL Appllcatlons was a course taught by RESEARCH Phllosophy was an extra curricular course cually Interested In mathematncs and the more drfflcult Wnllnam Hendry Thus course was offered to all students phases of It The class met every Tuesday and Thursday Interested In the study of phulosophy to discuss and learn about the applications of mathe matics RESEARCH PHILOSOPHY CLASS MEMBERS Bev Sue Christensen Lols Lnska Carol Cole Mr Wvlluam Hendry sponsor and teacher Nancy Tenney Rick Barr 77 3 Dr. Richard Bullington for those students who were espe- taught after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays by Mr. QI! my mat was Qvs MI 'elm . ll .IM - . - I E A A Jack: Stahl Helen Blandlng Varslty Varslty Alternate Alternate JUNIOR VARSITY POM PON GIRLS Helen Blandlng Susan Adler Loss Llska Cheryl Tnnney Shlrlyn Hoyt Daye Dayton Linda Muller Jack: Stahl JUNIOR VARSITY Pom pon gurls performed durnng the J V CHEERLEADERS were present at all JV sports actlvltues half tame Homecomlng festuvltles and at the last basket and they asslsted the Varsity Cheerleaders at the pep ball game of the 60 season Sluts put on by the JV s con assemblnes The JV Cheerleaders also cheered for the tributed much to the many pep assemblues throughout freshmen athletes at some of their sports events the year fl-!,'l-D JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Lynn Mrlot Darla Bollman Linda Beal Shown IU front are Mary Janet James Susie Wood 78 I , - I I I I I , , , . 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Exclwge gduulmil Lsilfecl nm Marco enloys lustenlng to musuc In hrs spare time Marco studies In hls home ID Trento Jtaly W xl' ml MARCO PAPALEONI foreign exchange stu dent from ltaly arrlved In Phoenix on August 21 1959 Whale In Phoenlx Marco stayed l.eslle and daughter Carolyn "Q av Marco was amazed at the number of cars ID the Unuted States but after getting used to them he was lust luke every normal Amerl can teenager and wanted a car of has own As a representative of the American Field Servlce program Marco took monthly fleld trlps to various places of Interest In Arlzona wlth the other forelgn exchange students Ilvlng In Phoenix Each of these students was allowed a budget of a certain amount ot money from the American Freld Service each month M:'C0deT1l0Yed l"5 Yeag aldA'Cad'a VSVY In Italy cars are rare but Marcos motor scooter does the lob muc an as even const ere returning to Amerlca In future years .1 Marcos famuly shown In front of theur Trento home Marco and his Amerlcan famnly at Chrustmastume Mr Lorenzo Mrs Papaleonu Marco and Mr Papaleonl Rhuart Marco Carolyn Leslue and Mrs Rhuart 79 ff' ' - st 1. -v . ft- wh. -w . - v if 1. ' ' ' ' , f 'X 'J' fb' lu ', 'l - " l . - 5, kfajfglt V I A Q "I , - - ' K . 'l k4'5' 5 1 , C. lk. X ..' ,W ., 1 I 4 ' ' ' .Q I Af - l h r .MK -u wlth Mr. and Mrs. Leslle Rhuart, theur son, KA A ' -4 " ' A I I , ' 1' 'k'.. r A1 , . . , .M rv P . -25 ' af t w 2' A l fll ef , , g gg l - r - .1 1 A l- 1 1 1 l 1 ' ' 31215 fflvuuswtceol I oem Going over artlsts sketches for the yearbook are Mr A J Carpenter advtsor Helen Blandung editor Luz Quinn artist x Golng over copy for the yearbook are Nancy Davidson Michele Stephenson Barbara Graham Sue Hanneman LE! VI y I 'ln i. MANY CHALLENGES faced the sux member yearbook staff at the beginning of school Each member of the staff whtch eventually Increased to twelve did several lobs at the same time In order to get thlngs done Each member was a typlst a sectlon editor a year book salesman a patron salesman a copywrlter proofreader and a number were transformed to be come artists and photographers The Olympian edltor Helen Blandlng Mr A J Carpenter faculty advisor and staff members all worked on an overtlme basns to meet deadllnes Jim ww t""""'1alihQswaf-f-Q WM vb Straightening out the budget for the yearbook are Carla Padovanl Pam Schafberger Karen Car use Yearbook photographers ar B ll Lawren Lmda Arp Una Maschner Duck Corless ,..,4l" .1 Q, W 4 51 sm. ' 4 . 3:9 ' 3' , . , "' , , , ' , a 1 Vo-v S . J I , A w X ' ' ' ' ' Q11 ' W , I . ' f E ,. , ft ,... "tt W. .M M N, --saw. Wm - ---', ' 'Q """"L' f I I 1 ,K ,V 'V Q X. , - 2 A ",' I ml- M ' X I I 7 , l , ,. or , ' 7 fr" A My .. '.w'Sf-f- ' ' K A 4 N an if, J,- 'Q l' l . :Q N3 . 'A H " 'C' .K if A . 1 'W' K I , - I A si fl ji' V I 8: l A . ix . ,A t 1 . ,A , .A 1 , , ., A . V V J' gcc' W . t EJ , -- ' as . JQTCOAIUMS um EST yew Worklng on funal dummies are Velma Anders Lynn Thomas Nancy Tenney Kathy OGara Pat Callaway Mary Turnbow Duane Greer Editor Stella Ysasl Ann Reid 1 QS L l i i Wrltlng copy for the paper are Judy Elliot Kay Coe Mnke Roselle Pam Land Margaret Kimball Susie Wood Barbara Starr '- 77 sq? i Looking over paper fresh from the printer are Mart: Walker Nancy Staats Kay Kllne Ed Radu enzel Una Maschner. Checking over the Arcadian budget are: Hannah Eastburn Frieda Daniels. in 1 'HL JOURNALISM WORKSHOPS were held In Flagstaff be fore school opened In order to assist the schools learning more about newspaper productlon Edrtor Leah Duane Greer and Faculty Advisor A J Carpenter led a staff of twenty sux nn producsng sux Issues of the paper thus furst year seven If we count The R Kdna Door the Aprnl Fool mlmeographed edu tion A special sprung dance was sponsored to earn money for newspaper facmtses and also to help pay the cost of prlntlng Future plans of the Arcadlan staff wnll be to do more of the actual newspaper production Itself and In the future Mr Carpenter wzll have more tame to devote to newspaper and yearbook work J QM Mfg E 2 2 Z O "L,gvTf-. -Q4 0 gg? my ? 1 ,. ww X L K fun mfs fwlrlrvsl are, Qwillwnm ilflzlig Yami SCHOOL LIFE is best defined as the every- day routine of a typical high school stu- dent. At Arcadia High it consisted of many things, lt was often the unsched- uled, impromptu, the sometimes humor- ous events at games, dances, and dinners. lt was also cafeteria rushes, after-dance- clean-ups, and bus rides to out-of-town games. The people who served the students in various capacities also comprised a vital part of school life. Cafeteria work- ers, bus drivers, ianitors, and office work- ers helped to make each student's school day more pleasant and enjoyable. School life, then, is made up of the simple things-the things which take place every day and receive little recog- nition or notice now, but will someday bring to mind happy recollections and fond memories. s 'U ..f' Q Q 5 'Gln Lockers were a month overdue an arrlval so stu dents were obliged to keep all books In cardboard boxes or carry them around all day For days on end the students watched wrth eager Interest the progress bemg made by the workmen unloadnng and assemblnng the lockers under the lnbrary l' Not long after school had gotten under way student body electrons were conducted and student government was lnrtrated at Arcadra Hugh Durrng the wrndswept and poster frlled campargn week students enthusrastlcally clrcu lated petltrons and candidate slogan tags 11-I 'huQ"'51'4t X -0- in Durlng TWIRP week there were many fun frlled acttv tres whlch culminated the day the glrls ha,d to wash the boys cars tn 30 seconds Performrng this enloyable chore are Tlllle Duorlo Suzn Wood Lynn Mrlot 84 lzlgqlltglmi Titan Wet-Ja Even wrth the ample srdewalks and corrrdors the sltuatron between classes usually left something to be desired Students rnevrtably congregated at the rallungs upstaurs to throw books down on to a locker partner or an the muddle of the corrldor to chat with frrends or at the Inner walls to attempt entrance to locker or classroom IT IQ THE COMMON unscheduled occurrences of the average school year whrch come to possess an undeflnable and wonderful meaning for the hugh school student Perhaps a part of school llfe which rs comparable ln to the scheduled academlc and extracurricular actnvutues IS that whrch occur around campus fellowshlps and re sponstbllrttes are gauned and shared IH thus out of class atmosphere whrch could not posslbly develop elsewhere The scene of students studylng diligently on Arcadlas green velvet lawn became famulrar to students at Arcadla High ln many cases It was more pleasant to study there than to fight for a seat elsewhere s,,.s.l '-' an - as 5' el- ll t-b Q T, . ws'-1-:rr -fa xi , 5 -1, T f if W5 4' ' .1 'gf-T r , L. , f G TW 3 K' . Q - K I I " .A . jf k ', Q n A Am Am ug sua spa e an-gg, x The many pep assemblues promoted by varuous groups around school were a tradutuonal start un promotung school spurut Daye Dayton Lous Luska and Lunda Muller Junuor Varsuty Pom pon gurls perform a skut at a pre game assembly the resudence of THROUGHOUT ARCADIAS furst year an untegral part of the school lute ot each student was sharung un the creatuon and tormatuon of lastung tradutuons standards and udeals Partucupatuon un the groups actuve on cam pus sports actuvutues dances club prouects and varuous conventuons were numerous reasons that the close spurut ot unuty and school spurut developed Q TUEQ MOTEL f GERATWN , 'W' 6251255 many happy conventuon goung uournalusts attendung the annual Aruzona lnterscholastuc Press Assocuatuon con ventuon Puctured here are Helen Blandung Olympuan edutor and Duane Greer Arcadua edutor Thus was but one of the numerous uournalusm student govern ment gurls league and unterschool club conventuons un whuch Arcadua students partucupated Days were often hot un September and October and students were always eager to purchase squeezues after school The pom pon gurls and pep club used the profuts from the sale of the multu colored fruut uces to help purchase theur costumes nung for crowds of students who were usually hoarse from cheerung the Tutan athletuc squads stututung temporaruly for the tamuluar mornung Now hear thus of Pruncupal Dr Bullungton 85 W aj - ,. -V M ' Q K K 'll I - . I ' ' .MA u. V Q Y . . ,, up W -f 1. .., .4 -' T , J .ff Y s H , sf .s.uu ,T up s s' ,er 1 X I . . ' V "Q u ,f ' ,,f"'l ' . LR' xfmf-ff" After-game dances were always well attended, and provuded a full eve- rx I 1-:ffl ez . . I 4' ,A 6 H Q . g ,., Q ' V Q . I -1 psf 41.21 , A vi " Ny g D.. A b " ' f, . at ' I I ' I I I - ' ' ' ' '-I -I ' Il v - ll 'l ' gtmlmtgg wma Tisftwttg Tm ...wt s Here Roger Btgelow Mtke Case and Lots Ltska are rehearstng a scene from the productton Teahouse of the August Moon Rehearsals for all dramattc producttons usually ran three times a week plu one ntght rehearsal of three hours Trymg to look tnconsptcuous tn her dance leotard Mary Turnbough was caught between the camera and the rehearsal she was hurrytng to Needless to thus shot was taken after school ONE OF THE MOST COMMON after school stghts around the Arcadta campus was an ever acttve group of students who parttctpated tn clubs or put tn extra ttme N tn order to meet deadltnes rehearse for productions and concerts perfect pom pon dances and cheering routines patnt scenery or seek addtttonal help aca demtcally from a congenral faculty member Arcadia s campus seemed to take on an enttrely dtfferent personaltty after sundown relating the impersonal security of well butlt structures but completely lacking the warmth tt seemed to possess when enltv ened by tts own teen age communtty These students are ftnally head mg home after a long day of studtes and extra currtcular acttvtttes """ 'N'-" W wlumac.. 'vu 'T' 'N-.cpe ,. 'wus ,X Art students frequently chose thetr subtects out of doors and moved to the grass for sketchtng sesstons rather than dotng all of thetr work tn the classroom Top row Ed Btzants Vtckt Goddard Judy Kennedy Glorta Thompson Charleen Burns Leroy Gatntner Mrs Burrell art tnstructor Theresa Kowell Hank Martlnson Kay Coe Sue Sheppard 86 3 ' . . 1, 11 e . , - - . 1 f cf-1 ' ' ' , 1 5 . 1 1 , I - . , , , , 1 l x , 9 , 5 ,,, 1 :xc T in Q Eff 1 1 1 - 't 1 VS N. A -J ,kt ,y rmkf . V ' KA " 1 ,. K ',, , 4 ,1 -' ,4 l , K W H1 ,,. 1- r 'x 4 W , ' ' S, Qs w . ' T - ' V ' Qs -at 9 is 3 g 9?-5 .Lf V' . Ah' I ' ' t 725, ,WM s ' V .. ,I ' mlm W A an ' H C 1 M lt Q 1 X' l Q Q lhNTT'rf" -' ' K 4 , " ' , ' Q 'f I 1. 5 l . 'r , Qi- , ' ' , -. ly 7 L . 11? A ' ' ' 1 , K ., . ' K :A ' , I 5' V, " 1 'Tiff b 5 , r , r T' X f' eh-1 ar , . , 4 .. , ,A . 1, ' - I T.. , ' ' f g 'K ' i . ' ,, -. V 1 'xv' . 1 K A' k . 1 V T -, - .. . '- M fs. 11' .. wr' ,aa N- - - I . . . U : I - f I I I I I ' , , 1 1 1 - fx +S- f Here us a calm scene of an everyday occurrence lunch hour IU the cafeteria The lunch hour was splut up Into two sesslons one starting at ll OO ll 40 and one from I2 OO T240 Eatlng a well cooked meal are Johnny MacArthur Don Lewts and Leroy Ferguson ALTHOUGH THE ENROLLMENT at Arcadla dld not IH crease as much as was expected a large Increase In enrollment for 1960 61 was predicted due to the ever Increasing number of residents In the Valley of the Sun Construction of the second half of the present sem: clrcle of classrooms was started In expectatlon of the greater enrollment The detours taken by the stu dents however were only temporary The lnconven :ences were borne wlth resngnatlon and smules by the students IH theur knowledge that there would be more classrooms for the coming year Laettlmmrrtrmour N-Q Fl f 5"i'E"" Al ll At schools opening the parklng lot was always In mass confuslon The admlnlstratlon solved the problem by arrang Ing for trafflc dlrectlon signs The days end shows Sandra Carlisle Pam Schafberger and Don Evans prepanng for de parture many trips were made to the fruit machlne throughout the year by hungry students The selections available ranged from oranges and pears to red or green apples nn: 1 1 Eurail LATE STUDENTS Juniors Bull Troutman, Kaye Coe, Roxena Musbach, Jerry Lee Mllls, Gayle Smlth Sensors John Baccacclo, Sue Snow, Barbara Burns, Mary Lou Jenkuns, Jim Hendricks Juniors Louise Kerstlens, Jlll Kocour, Margaret Shoemaker, Howard Hall Second row Junlor Anne Coe and Sophomores Lunda Burns, Gay Naumetz, Mtke Whelan, Clark Llvermore, Brian Reis, Sandra Harper, Cherie Grlbble, Dottee Froellch, Trudy Farrell, Eluzabeth Coppuns Top row Freshmen Andrew Owen, Bob Cady, Jnm Grllard, Carole Robinson, Llnda Hall, Pat McGlnty, Larry Dool 87 , ',,, X C ,I Q4-1:.t,,vf .s -. Q, 1--if ,Egg T ' A Q1 ' nf is -,' , . 7 ' 'T Y V' "l'f'l'L'1' .. A , Q. , ' , +221 '.'V"..4 sa- cf. ' A'-A ' ' L 5 if ai "W" Q, 6 ' lt' A J t ' , ir' A f' . . 'VI PN - T J s +-' .M .. 6, Q--. ,' I , : - : : - V. wr' C., . I ' 1 X +""fl if f ' ' ' , -' lx, jg. - . tak 4 I , , . , A . - L' A D .T A. ' 'T' e 1- I ', ' t ,ly,l K l-' l 1 t n , xx xx l JF? Mrs Wynn Eichenberger Secretary to the Principal L-, 3 Mrs lrls Widmark Records Clerk Mrs Regina Messec Receptionist Secretary to Mr Henry Mimi U1 gJUMlfi1Tsl THE NUMEROUS DUTIES of Arcadia's Student Services Center personne. were handled smoothly by the specially trained school secretaries, the bookstore manager, and nurse. Aside from keeping all necessary school attendance, health, and bookstore records, the people working in each of these departments were always of service to the faculty and student body in other ways. The yearbook and newspaper staffs were especially thankful for the frequent help and assistance received in checking the correct spelling of names. ,e , W-5 sm, as ,, , .WW ! f I . f ,Qui .W .we "',3'f' Mrs. Jane Plecas ,af 'ink Mrs Frances Walker was a busy place with many students going in and out throughout the year Here Mrs Jane Plecas is giving Shirley Beauchamp the eye test that was given every student In school Nurse Guidance Secretary Mrs Mary Lee Larson Attendance Clerk Mrs Carol Haugeland NP! student business transactions were made in the bookstore All supplies and books needed L or class were purchased here Mr George Rocker Bookstore Mgr Mrs Robbie Hand Secretary to the Librarian 88 Mrs DeFever Cafeteria Manager go... iqfwetl Taps ARCADIA STUDENTS were always presented with an appealing variety of lunches in the cafeteria, Thanks to the outstanding cooks. Two or more main dishes were always offered, and usually three selections were available for both salad and dessert. Favorite dishes among the student body were fried chicken, home-baked hot rolls, and fruit pies. The maintenance men could always be found after school and weekends on the iob cleaning, sweeping or mowing the lawn. Their friendly faces were well known around campus, and the men know many of the students by name. The students had good reason to be proud of their clean school grounds, thanks to these men. ""l"U' i sl CAFETERIA WORKERS Mrs Clara Johns Head Cook Mrs Edna Christen Dishroom Assistant Mrs Hildred DeFever Cafeteria Manager Mrs Mildred Hildebrandt Snack Bar Supervisor Mrs Marie Kennedy Salad Maker Mrs Emily Hochstetler Head Baker Top row Mrs Billie Karales Assistant Mrs Lorraine Russell Assistant Cook Mrs Mariam Plotner Cashier Mrs Grace Schulz Assistant Baker Mrs Bernice Hedla Snack Bar Attendant JANITORS George Robyn Cafeteria Francis Farring Av-I ton Custodian Pete Previtt Gym Warren Coonfield Grounds Walter Reynolds Custodian Not pictured were Mr Pitt Mr Denotta Mr Trapani and Mr Smith 'S' Kenneth Williams Mr PGN Blrd Unit Foreman Head Custodian 'M' Y 89 wig L..-.---J L.. V y I an 44 I l I H l 3 7a ,K mia NU 7 C N 2 f L g!4f'V4"f I ,V iw 4' 'hw ' ! X I JN I , 1 X f N - 90 - iyfgg, tiff Tlllll lvltildwl lm lttfilflitl is Ct lvrwflnif of Cfliiiliilive SPORTS were an important part of the scheduled activities of Arcadia High School. Everyone was in some way connected with this phase of high school life. When- ever there was a game or meet, those not actually participating on the field were usually found in the stands provid- ing pep for the players. While teamwork was vital in the maior sports of football, basketball, and base- ball, the minor sports-track, wrestling, fencing, and golf- were often individual contests. Most of the sports were avail- able at varsity, junior-varsity and fresh- man levels. Through participation in athletics, the Titans developed not only the invaluable quality of good sportsmanship, but also personality, skill, and co-ordination. ll mfefeliuvem Tom Elllcff Bob Bea An unxdentlfled Snowflake tackle stops Rick Turner as h starts to turn the corner Loren Eakos Larry Gloss Quenhn Gregory V515 4, Craig Hunter RG Gordon Medill HB , 1 - A R s r .' ! 'YN ,f if "'-1. +1 g 1 . N Leading the Titans to a 4-4 season were left to right: Lou Hallman, backfield coach, Ben Anderson, line coach, and Bob Hendricks, head coach. ..92... l H' f' F f l f Co-Cap.: Bob Keller we nfs- aw in s , ,if 1,11 -Q6 1 ,fx 1 1 A ff- Co-Cap.: Rick Turner Stan Bayer an x .4 3 .i Don lewis HB nl Dan Deschler LG grill C eusfve and Salem we Qlall Jul' SMH Carl Granzow Don Weeks Mako lee The Arcadia defense shines as they hold Wlnslow To a short gain and fourth down Ed Caluendo all Wendemaler ' Pete Kersfen li-f-uw Quentun Gregory eludes two Wsnslow Tackles as he garns fifteen yards Mlke wane' Charles Calluns 93 , 4 L, . r-if -My ae , . 4' ,. r we V l . W Q! RT FB A , ns l no V' - ,gig fa- ' ,V .'f3: lr .Uv-vs-1 pix iq, . 11. " 1 1 gi 4?- . B. . . rs LH B11 RT ' . Q . ff A - 'Iffl' 2 wjgyl. PG C ' Tony Fashar LE Ray Dendy QB Jack Qucck E John Herrick RT Bruce Chaddardon Manager grit Season fl lfllms, 4 Losses . After .nfurcepting 3 pass on The Buckeye 40-yard line, Bobby Keller CSU runs all The way for The final touchdown of The season. Gerald Nlkolaus of Snowflake rs brought down by Rack Turner, Arcadia half back. - 94 .. Gary Deak QB fx 1 U' John Tharp LT Don Evans RH A av v lf Bob Moe Manager we hlcswicsirolnlie llfleiilmm Bob Butler E Quentin Gregory gains 10 yards as he races around left end and loses would-be Bobcseal Superior tackles. FIRST SEASONS RECORD WE THEY 26 ..... ..... S novvflake ....... ....... 3 8 O ..... .... P hoenix Christian ............ 35 2O...,. ...A, Superior ,,.... .A... . .19 28 ..... ....... C oolidge ...... .... 0 32 ..... ...... P hoenix Indian ,,,,. .r.,... 1 9 5"'L?"'Y 14 .r... ..... c handler ..... Hia 21 ..,., ..,.. W inslow ..... ..33 35 .,... .,... B uckeye 6 Bill Close LH Rick Faux RH Dick Wall ,1 1 1 as George Knirsch Manager Voted on the All-State Honorable Mention . Team was Rick Turner, who played great foot- ball at the lett-half position and who also was elected by his teammates as one of the co-captains on the Varsity Titan Squad. -95- Don Bisbee R Also voted on the All- State Honorable Mention Team was Quentin Greg- ory, who played in the right-half position, Trainer Bob Ware X, angela, qpcftltfl Mm , Qaplam Qqfjer isvxv' VARSITY TITANS Jlm Greenbach Bruce Mazur Bob Jensen Larry Glose Sam Culley and Don Weeks Top row Don Lewls Gary Deak Coach Lou Hallman Locke Kelly and Rlck Turner A Coolldge man plays lumplng lack as Bob Ofstue trnes a push shot e They SunnysTope Coolidge Phoenix Chrlstlan Snowflake Peoria Peorua Brophy Phoenvx lndaan Scottsdale Buckeye Agua Frla Coolidge Washnngton Winslow Kingman Tolleson Chandler Scottsdale Sunnyslope ALTHOUGH THE FIRST SEASON showed only a 2 I8 record the Tltan basketball games provuded excltement actlon and thrills for the student body Many games were lost by a close margtn but the team and the students showed good school spurut and sportsmanshtp despute flnal scores Much recognttuon and support was shown the basketball team and theur coach Lou Hallman for theur fnghtrng spurlt In Arcadia s flrst basketball season All offxclal games were played away sunce the school gym was an a state of sem: comple tuon throughout the season s s f 1 , 4 X kg 7 ,ll 4 'A , .A , I' A J 1 Z rs, ' .C , A T 4 X l T K 7 I is 1- ,V Y , . 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N 14 CAGERS Bill Troutman, David Zesiger, Ricky Barr, John MacArthur and Walt Mazur. Second row: Dan Wil- liams, Jerry Duianovic, Bob Butler, Wayne Hiser, Larry Lot and Coach Richard Dawson. Top row: Mgr. John Dingman, George Knirsch, Bob Ofstie, Royal Dodds, Bob Portsman. -97- lfrcswsln Qoslelillall Qwideol lm llw Toms 4 f ff iii-2' ' tw' AMERSONS CAGERS Mlke Ellis Cyril Barton Ricky Christmas Tom Church Brad Shoemaker Corky Northrop Top row Corky Hllsabeck John Propstra .lerry Boudreau Rod Temple Dwight Eckhardt Sam Bartaluzzl Because of the large freshman class two basketball teams were organized so that the boys would have a fair chance of playang Amerson s Frosh Peterson s Frosh They Tolleson Washlngton Mesa Brophy Phoenlx lndlan Phoenrx Chrlstlan North Hugh Glendale Tempe Camelback Scottsdale Chandler They e Sunnyslope Phoenix Chrlstlan Peoria Camelback Scottsdale Agua Frla They 8 Washington Paradise Valley Chandler Mesa West Glendale Phoemx Indian 0 35254, ,la PETERSONS CAGERS Captaln Nuck Karales Jam Keen Dave Herskovlts Top row Bob Robyn Jack Koppen Coach Peterson Donald Conroy Andy Smath 98 They I I W We W W 30 ' 24 67 l8 42 26 53 ' 45 38 27 73 ' 32 24 ' ' ' 31 22 ' 46 61 35 38 42 39 ' 32 45 26 43 35 55 20 28 29 60 42 45 38 53 ' ' 58 24 40 45 40 4l 27 54 ' ' ' 35 46 ' 39 73 ' ' 47 'Q T Q DJ , .- " 1 , 7 I K-2, ' . , Q F 4 Magi, . fi ge N e has :Z T' T I. ' I, l K - , 1 ' T 'tl. 7 rd T ' A 5 ' y D ' A f,,,,, ? ' V my Nu Am Rm Verm Gppmfg Lf, . a M' fl L , 1' M if , l I .L 4- K , . 4, Lk mx rm ks y M fm H-:gage -Q A 'CRY'-"""".Q gdb-:Tina GIRLS TENNIS TEAM Carol Moore Sharon Wright Karen Vollmer Trudy Bohm Connie Meudlll Gloria Eklund and Doris Zeslger Top row Julne Blro Conme Clark Sue Gray Mary Scharnmel Peggy Eklund Cheryl Holfson Blllle Jean Akers ef 'I' BOYS TENNIS TEAM Fred Rhoades Bull Farmer Bob Looman Bob Narrn John Scofield Top row Jerry Skinner Ruley Wllson Bull Lawren Joe Richter Coach Bob Fnnkblne 99 in ii f - k. ,, ' I f tl xr ' I fiery .5 I ' A . 134i Irma . t . ,ga 3 A V I' A xg. K .. K . , , . K fm . in M. b "H I, I ,f 4 gmail :J , -R I an I ,Wg .L .P , I , v I 2 Gig I . l , B' WLWQQA 1 f Q AQ v , V , ..f b y K ? 51 M 9, 4 V i . , ' I I I , f ll- T Gronzew ldeaileol lirst flreodm lroele Team 'v :iss ct . W' Al ' FLYING TITANS: Jim Greenback, LeRoy Gaintner, Dave Herskovits, Les Rhuart, Carl Granzow, Don Vincent, George Bernal. Second row: Steve Surgener, Wayne Hiser, Clark Livermore, Tom Parker, Jack Queck, Jack Smith, Craig Hunter. Third row: Joe Caudle, John Seesholtz, Mike Rosselle, John Thomas, Gary Wasson, George Knirsch. Fourth row: Dennis Thomas, Don Evans, Sam Bartaluzzi, Bill Troutman, Gordon Medill, Gary Schneider. Back row: Bob Fukuchi, Gerald Keith, Breck Lillyblad, Gary Daudet, Larry Leonardo, Paul Sylvander, I Under the direction of Coaches Dick Dawson and Howard Amerson, the track team enloyed a sucressful season, I Heading up the relay team are Sam Bartaluzzi and Don Evans, 9 starting men, Don Vincent, second man, Dennis Thomas, third man, and Carl Granzow, anchor man. Bobby Keller and Mr. James Muller lock on as Dennis Thomas over the high bar at 5'7". -100- aiifons waived QFc1,sTomi?uri19us i X i' ' f he Qs'-, ' !2 Q W " Wei' sf . l W V H5 , .. W , a:s,-5.1 V D . n i K I ft -A r , 4, A A , 1 h , . -. --I-l..r f Qh...iih...Nnn....im my-we iff '- - v , Y . are , 6, , 1 , A in-,yr ,Mr ...tgp ,pun I - "H , ,,' - K, A , wie-s-nz. . . fn4.:4+w"f p- A . V J, .F t"'ZJ-f3f'5?!'5fN',.-A X1 v 'jQg,Qd.. :Rl .. 4 .isp L . . . or 3 W New ., ' f - DQYWWIS TVWOVTWHS Wmped high and fal' Competing 5Q5i"15f Taking a practice run over the high hurdles was Brophy Prep. Sophomore Gary Schneider. ii ii'H , A i i Hurling the discus a distance of 127 feet to win a first for About to put the shot in the Tolleson-Arcadia meet was Arcadia in the Brophy meet was Carl Granzow. Junior Jack Smith. Three top boys in the track events were Jim Greenback, Making a backward swan dive over the pole vault bar Jack Queck, Mike Rosselie was Larry Leonardo. -4' Q. X X 1 'Uv A . A In .A x i - ,. . ' f ' A r 3? 1 lv :Q 'f - 1- Q 2 :Yin V Q' ' ,- Q A ' 'r ' Vt fi time v it Q . -,,, Q V ' N llarsig, Ilhvslu guccassful geoscws 5' Wkigb' -5 'L I VE 'Wd' wh 1 45" 'A if Q 1 -J' VARSITY Ray Dendy Ken Russell Rncky Turner Bull Welclemaser Make Reese Jerry Dulanovuc Lester Peterson Bobby Keller Tom Lynch Mgr Top row Coach Skrp Schlflno Don Weeks Bob Moe Gary Deak Tom Haney Bob Jensen John Smwh Rlckv P- Tom Henze Dan Wnlllams Mgr John Dlngman Torn Ella tt Ls l ' ,nw I Mi. Quia- X L Juni . My .f"""' ,as if ww ww M rkC,SH Nelson Burns Corky Northrop Duck Parrenf Lance Sherwood Bull Larnuth Second row Mike Ellls Rrcky Christmas Brad Shoe maker Dean Hull Richard Shlelds Top row Pete Nrklforuk Bob Robyn Nlck Karales Captain John Propslra Rod Temple Coach Pat Carlin Ricky Wood R1 10 ll L6 . J ' V J,-' 3' 5 1 I 1 I 1 A D l 1 l , l U 1 . 1 I 1 ' ' : I I I I I I I :fri I ' ' , . ' , 'Lp . ' 1 ' ,f ' ' 1 1 - , ..- L14 -1 , 5 A -1 ' 1' ' 1 , 1 '2 I 111 , E' 3. i l I ln - 1 , l 7 - ' i fb ' ' - ' 1 I 1 . 'i x 1 'xx Q, f X ' 'K - 1 X x 1 V , :it , R1 ., 'Q ! , , - V ' XV xp ", Q 44 ,- X , . x K L, y ff . ' 1 'A ' ' . , u ,4 N ' 3: 5214 Q . ,S R ig F' " - , .. " , f R1 L , . . , 'fr f fi. 'f Y W P, W- 3 J ,,.--,--rv Q-uv 3- ,K 41' ,M V , In A ' A WA Q V vg- ' , . 1- "xy 1, im' 1 V. 1 V ' - U4 p 4 C ' A . V 5 A' , A X N ' , !, A A ye - "' V ,wx .1 4 f Q' f Z1-'ft' ffl 1 '.-f""' ' ,ry Jw. + 1- F' 3- 3 . 4 ""' F-l N 7 1 1 I 1 1 ' 1 l A 1 A . 1 ' , ' , ' ' . I ' ' , 1 1 ' , , , . - 2 - Maknng up the nnfleld were Bull Wendemauer Mike Reese Rucky Barr llmsilg qqowezful ln Everg llllog 3 '---. Y " 'C' A , Tom Henze Ken Russell Rack Turner 'M 'Ulm 5 Composing The outfleld were Don Weeks Bobby Kel ler Jerry Dulanovuc Top row Bob Moe Dan Williams 30bbY Keller Lester Peterson Coach Skip Schlfmo 4 QR' Ana Q X-wJ 'iii' Lester Peterson 0 Mike Reese rm..- I K I-J5'P"" Coming through wlth a successful bunf during practice was Brll Weldemaler 'I03 f"" Ken Russell K Gary Deak ig.. i Surrounding Coach Schlfmo are Catcher Ray Dendy and plfchers Tom Haney Bob Jensen Gary Deak John Smuth Tflirm Grapplers gpofleezi glurlevil lvilerrvsl in ,,,4v Gene 1-0 Tom Haney Stuart Second row Marco Papaleon: Carl Keller Bobby Keller Loren Eakes Bob Bean Joe Caudle Thlrd row Murphy Medecke Jam Hays Vance Carter Bob Fukuchr Fred Ross Bob Beal Fourth ow Tom Nresz Stan Davus John Scofleld Don Brsbee Make Rosselle Pddne House Top row Coach g McCollam Mgr Mike Lee Burton Rogers .lohn Tharp Mgr THROUGH PEP ASSEMBLIES and effective instruction wrestling at Arcadia progressed from a sport of llttle notlce to one of Increasing student rnterest Perhaps by the score sheets the 59 60 season would not appear to have been partlcularly successful but the experlence garned by the Titan squad members was lnvaluable ID developlng a great potential for future years For the flrst trme many students actlvely supported thus athletlc event with as much enthusiasm as other more widely publicized team sports Each man regardless of slze was of equal Importance to the team provldlng a place for every boy to partlclpate Those who showed greatest potential thls year and who may we grapple their y becoming state champions are Bob Keller Joe Caudle Tom H 1 Stuart Halton and Bob Bean hugh pornt men for the team 69' bv' Heavyweight on was Stanley Moose Bayer team l 39' ...lu- Bobby Keller trles to get a good hold on hrs adversary from Central Hugh of the flrst IN order to pun hum and gain frve points for the Arcadia team was Mr JOG NIX 104 ...X A Av Qi' WL?-Q .. Stuart Hrlton gets hrs opponent rn a trxed posrtron so that he can turn S hrm over for a prn lb 490 23 -'ag , ' Q' 19: W Elected captarn of the wrestlrng team was Senror Bud Keller who also won all of hrs matches durrng the regular season and then won the drstrrct meet whrch qualrfred hrm for State In the tournament he placed fourth rn the 154 pound werght drvrsron MMF' 'S at the drstrrct meet for State and then placing seventh rn the 175 pound werght Gettrng ready for hrs frrst prn of the season rs 95 pounder d'V'5'0n was Freshman Joe Cavdle Gene Rerd Also qualrfyrng tor State was Bobby Keller, who placed seventh rn the 165 Trrrng hrs opponent out for a qurck decrsron rs Bud Keller pound We,gh, dlvmon 10 I W., V, f 1 f 9 4 2 A rj 1 ll W h M. Xt-.J M k 5 k 'rl V A , ,b N ' " 1 vim. W"..I.T. ' ff' W -grae N.. ,7 . A ft ' -4 sg . . , I - , -Q v ,af , - . 1' Q x if ' ,. -S f 9 r ' 1 2 w , 9 - 'A' r . , ,L ' 1 N ir 5 l " y 0 -- . va S ers, lows glowed Qcwpdilixfe gpirff We ', f D , ' ,,, , '- H-rf Q E 'M' wwf: THE GOLF TEAM: Pat O'Connor, Bob Rowe, Mike Hughes, Bill Welch, Gary Swift, Terry Repp, Larry Lof, Bill Stanford, md Gibson Pratt. l f, Y Tf., R45 7? GIRL'S FENCING, TEAM: Karen Smitt, Martha Walker, Sheryl Payne, BOYS FENCING TEAM: Stuart Pettycrew, John Chase, Gerald Norma Bancroft, Georgia Volkmar, Janice Ouren. Tinney, Roy Henderson, Chuck DuFrain, Bill Berg. -106- Huquuugtuutguaspag wsu FOOTBALL THE FIRST SEASON of football at Arcadua was tough but the record showed that AHS grudders gave opponents rough goung Opponents were larger more experuenced but they dud not surpass the Tutans un spurut and desure The team mauntauned hugh morale un each quarter of the game The seasons record was 4 4 but all who partucupated felt that they had won moral vuctorues as well as a vuctory for Arcadua Elected honorary captauns of the furst football squad were Bobby Kuller Keller and Rucky Twunkletoes Turner Bobby was center of offense and rught lunebacker on defense Rucky was the leadung scorer and also led un yardage gauned At all games there was good support from the student body and when the team played away there were frequently more students from Arcadua than from the host school The Tutans furst game was agaunst Snowflake at Snowflake Though the scoreboard showed 36 26 un favor of Snowflake the Arcadua team dusplayed strong defensuve and offensuve actuon as well as good sportsmanshup and know how In the next game agaunst Phoenux Chrustuan Class B Cham puons of 1959 the Tutans were defenseless agaunst the powerful Chrustuan lune When the funal buzzer of the last quarter sounded the score stood 35 O un favor of Phoenux Chrustuan T e furst home game was played on Fruday Oct 9 agaunst Superuor and the vusutung team was no match for the overpower ung Tutan lunes The next two games agaunst Cooludge and Phoenux Induan School proved to be the same tught defense and offense as was shown un the game agaunst Superuor The rest of the season was equally excutung and the last game of the season showed a fughtung and determuned squad trouncung on Buckeye BASKETBALL HEADING THE BASKETBALL team thus past season was Coach Lou Hallman Because of the unexperuence of the boys they were vuctoruous un only two mauor games Probably the most excutung game was the one held at Kungman The Kungman team was completely undefeated untul they met the Tutans It was quute a vuctory for Arcadua because Kungman held the top posutuon of champuons of the A North League Because Arcaduas Varsuty team was composed of uunuors 3 6 and sophomores these boys wull be avaulable and experrenced for the 1961 squad Bob Jensen hugh pount man and honorary captaun proved to be one of the Tutans most valuable men The J V squad for 59 60 proved to be a credut to Arcadua by dusplayung only the soundest sportsmanshup and team play In compulung a 109 record the boys demonstrated a hgh potentual un all phases of basketball TRACK LEADING THE HIGH FLYING TITANS to an umpressuve track season was Carl Granzow captaun of the squad Capturung all scorung honors un the 100 220 the broad lump the shot put the duscus and runnung as anchor on the relay team Carl be came one of the most notuced track stars from Arcadua Another unduvudual star un A North competutuon from Arcadua was Sophomore John Schlunk In the Buckeye Invutatuonals John tued for furst place and won a furst un the Chandler Invutatuonal In the furst track meet of the season Arcadua traveled to Agua Frua Because of the tenseness and foreugn track the Tutans were deflated 63V2 to 49V2 The next meet was at home agaunst Brophy Prep and the Tutans excelled to a smashing score of 98 agaunst the prepsters 15 In the freshman meet held at home the Tutan yearlungs defeated Buckeye by a score of 75V2 to 37V2 Accordung to Coaches Amerson and Dawson state hopefuls are John Schlunk hugh lump Carl Granzow broad lump Muke Rosselle and Jack Queck mule and Don Vuncent 440 SCHOOL RECORDS 100 Yd Dash 10 6 Carl Granzow and Dennus Thomas 220 Yd Dash 233 Dennus Thomas 440 Yd Dash 54 Don Vuncent 880 Yd Dash 2 18 7 Jum Greenback Mule 4 54 3 Jack Queck Shot Put 4310 Carl Granzow Duscus 127 5172 Carl Granzow Polglyault 10 Breck Lullyblad Larry Leonardo and Gordon Me u Hugh Jump 510 John Schlunk Broad Jump 199V2 Carl Granzow 120 Hugh Hurdles 18 sec Clark Luvermore 180 Low Hurdles 23 sec Clark Luvermore 880 Yd Relays 1 mun 37 c Sam Bartaluzzu Dennts Thomas Don Vuncent Carl Granzow BASEBALL AT PRESS TIME the baseball team led the Class A North Confer ence 5 0 Wunnung all of theur games after beung trounced by Tempe 10 5 un the furst game of the season the Tutans became the Cunderella team of conference baseball Composung the furst years baseball team was I senuor IO lunuors and 7 sophomores In the furst game of the season agaunst Tempe the Tutans were tense and nervous but after the furst three unnungs the boys settled down to play good baseball The next games were played wuth determunatuon and the wull to wun and wuth that behund them the boys hut and fuelded to wun theur conference and non conference games Even though there were many boys who had not played rough competutuon before they soon found that they could handle ut and guve theur opponents good competutuon The last game up to press tame was the decudung game for the number one posutuon un the A Conference Just one game behund was Sunnyslope who had lost to the Tutans a couple of weeks before but were determuned to wun Theurs was a lost cause After the Tutans got twelve runs an the furst two unnungs Sunnyslope uust couldnt fught back The funal score called at sux unnungs was 181 un favor of the Tutans GOLF THE FIRST YEAR GOLF TEAM consusted of boys who had never played together before the past season Because of thus ut was hard for the furst few matches but the boys came through wuth several vuctorues The golfers traveled on through the rest of the season unreported here due to the Olympuan s deadlune Accordung to Coach Ben Anderson the season showed great potentualuty for the Tutans on the faurway and the golf team proved that another sports team us a credut to Arcadia TENNIS IN SPITE OF the excellent durectuon of Coaches Bob Funkbune and Muss Sally Harden the boys and gurls tennus teams were the vuctums of much hard luck Many players were playung com petutuve tennus for the furst tume and by the end of the season a marked Improvement had been noted The boys varsuty lad der Bull Lawren Jerry Skunner Marco Papaleonu Ruley Wulson Fred Rhoades Joe Ruchter Bob Looman and Bull Farmer The gurls varsuty ladder Karen Vollmar Glorua Eklund Cheryl Holt son Charleen Burns Connue Clark FENCING SOMETHING NEW WAS ADDED to thus years sports program and that was the swashbucklung sport of fencung Under the durectuon of Mrs Dorus Howard the fencers be came one of the most successful fencung teams un the valley Arcadras prep hugh school fencung team faced opponents from Judson and had tough competutuon at Aruzona State Unuversuty Scorung the most pounts of the season up to press tume were Bull Berg and Sheryl Payne who were also the captauns Coach Bob Hendrucks Durector of Athletucs . . . I I - I . . , . . , . ' r T I I ' - 1 11 - 11 u - 11 1 11 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 . . I 1 ' , . 1 . . I , h , . , , . 5 . , . . , . . . - ' , 3 1 1 1 1 . , 1 . 1 ' , , I . . h . - , . - 1 1 , , . . - . . - 1 1 ' ' 1 I - 1 . , . , . . ' ' I a . . T ' ' ' . . . ' ' ' - . . . 1 - . 1, ,,.,...-- ' v 1 - 1 . . . . . 5 - 1 1 1 1 x 1 I 1 - 1-K 1 ,1 ' I ll F , . - " 1 1 - 1 11 - 'u- ' 1 ,1 I .. . Se l - I 1 1 - , , 1 In .-QILII-llllli I JM .- I QQ? 1 Q, if... 1 , k - I .M I fgofogv Q io 65' I f P I Z XI: .hun f N F Q , CD 5, , alla LQ Ying? life, ltiilfgljltfl l ltlilptitilt fill ll . NEARLY EVERY AGE has been an age of industrial development, yet while the roar ot progress has moved onward, men have found comfort, relaxation, and cul- ture in the beauties of art. Since the ap- preciation of art is such an important part of our lives, schools have come to offer extensive programs in this field. The Fine Arts Department at Arcadia was designed to serve two types of stu- dents. First, it offered the serious student of art, the person who was interested in further study, an invaluable preparatory program. Second, the department offered a source of extra-curricular activity and cultural training to those who participated in the arts simply for the enioyment they received. The three divisions of the department -art, music, and drama -were chiefly concerned with the training of basic techniques and the furthering ot art ap- preciation. Although the three divisions functioned as separate units, they did work together on several fine arts pro- ductions throughout the year. l l 2 l al X695 X sown E i it fn V V K!! i K, 'feb ,. , Q36 uqgo fo U lQlf'f24 k . ut 1:7 fo Qc Jenn C' P -51950 Q f'35', ..+ Bm Qlum GIRLS CHORUS Sharon Mllls Pattl Stevens Linda Muller Marlorne Moel Ier Kathy Evans Judy Post Carole Robrnson Duane Cleveland Lona Wrnkleman Top row Gloria Bones Barbara Werrscham Karen Clever Sandy Derke Joyce Elkre Paula Mat tlngly Erlene Mosler Pamela Hurley Selene Herford Sue Lewrs Jan Jus Bobble Arnsberg and Nancy Tenney talented pramsts accompany soloists Karen Llndstrom Vrckr Zoeller and Sherry Sheldon ID the Easter Cantata MIXED CHORUS Barbara Burns Carol Par Judy Clatterbuck Crndy Johnson Second Volmar Duane Bowkley Joanne Heeftle Kmght Third row Beth Weber Sandra Parker Don Vrncent Charles Emery Sue Emllzlori ARCADIAS MIXED CHORUS comprised of forty three talented members reflected the expert guidance of Mr Reglnald Brooks IH their presentations Performing for the Sky Harbor Klwanus Club and presenting a Chrrstmas Concert the chorus showed thelr talent In the dellverance of two top notch performances The Easter Cantata presented In col laboratlon wrth the Glrls Chorus was a frrst class effort on the part of both groups Bobble Arnsberg and Nancy Tenney two hard working pranrsts accompanied both the Mixed and Girls Chorus through out the year Q-V Mr Reginald Brooks ker Lada Macrr Vrckl Zoeller Shenla McCarty Margaret Pratt row Sandra Fagg Barbara Denzer Peggy Eklund Karen Donna Allen Carol Wash Nora Rogan Sheryl Payne Sue Learn Annette Katarskr Charles Schdlet Pat Stanley Bob Gray Robbie Shafranka Top row Wanda Roehrer Sandra Schooly Judy Jackson Eddie Ford Vance Day Gary Sprrnzl Larry Dool Richard Barr Zoltan San Karen Lrndstrom, Sherry Sheldon, Carolyn Gray I , . , t , , -i t : . I . N , I I I , 7 I ' . z ' , ' I ' ' gzf.-I I . I . ' - I ' ' ' I tin, Sheryl Nye, Doris Zesiger. I 4' ' i t ff I I 1 I N g 'A . 'Q F , I . , , , Z I I . ,I . . I . I I , ' . : , , , I I ,,,l, I x ' . ' : , , ', , , I . I I I . A z I I I . I , . I I . I .I - 110 - all Jnll Ea year UNDER THE DIRECTION of Mr. Reginald Brooks, the Titan Band was well re- ceived throughout its first year. Early in the fall the band proved their out- standing abilities by providing top-notch entertainment at Arcadia's football games and winning the immediate sup port of the student body The Titan Band made its first march ing appearance in the Lions Club Hal loween Parade on October 29 After seeing the band perform in Scottsdales Parada Del Sol and in the Phoenix J C Rodeo Parade their snappy blue and red uniforms became a familiar sight to Scottsdale and Phoenix residents Mr Brooks and his Titan Band also had the honor of being the first to ap pear in Arcadias newly completed au ditorium H -fiwx-! ,..---.,..-15.43, JUNIOR VARSITY BAND Los Ellot Clarence Deike Edward Trapp Joe Manzo Carol Moore Connie Muddell 2nd row Terry Hawkes Gerald Schu macher Richard Ford James McCullam Toby Rowell Kip Lindblom Top row Steve Jones Eric Shoemacher Stan Bie leski Hector Sfreyckmans Jeffory White Mr Brooks Absent when picture was taken were Mike Quinn Mike Julian Mike Case talented trombonist was the featured soloist in Arcadias first con cert presented in the auditorium 'Iron F -4 who V' 'LL f V? 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I TITAN BAND CORNET Jim Caldwell Burton Rogers John Call Bob Lutes Mike Zimmerman Gary Wasson Steve Briggs Jack Smith Bill Cetti Bill Kamstra Dave Snyder Robin Robb TRUMPETS Steve Surgener Les Kilpatrick CLARINET Suzann Brown Ken Ealy John Scofield Carl Vanderbosch Jackie Crampton Patricia Tomkins Lowell Rogers Gary Maschner Gloria Eklund Karen Brooks LeRoy Shaw Tanya Smitt BASS CLARINET Diane Eggert BARITONE SAXOPHONE Jim Swanson Don White Jane Hakes Sherry Sheldon Bill Close TENOR SAXOPHONE Bob Rowe Roy Henderson FLUTE Patricia Childers Dulcie Pridgeon Mary Katarski Marilyn Ross Barbara Burt Judy Clatterbuck Sharon Farmer Steve Everson OBOE Tom Baum Willie SueGrifford BASSOON Ellen Lacy FRENCH HORN Dave Surgener John Herrick LeRoy Gaintner BARITONE Tom Canter Dallas Banks TROMBONE Mike Case Keith Vanderbosch Rick Briggs Carl Granzow BASS Tom Elliott George Knirsch PERCUSSION Ann Rosenstein Dave Sergeant Jean Birch Roger Olmsted Judy Hubbard 111 . . : I I , , . , I , - - 1 I f I r I ' ' ' 7 I I , . , , , . , . , , ,?I.-efI.Iq,,,twt , , ,- . f -I 1 'fe1""t V' f-'wr Q I- wk ,T S , I, I. 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Z ' I , , f 2 , 1 2 , , , , - Lous Luska petute balleruna presented a challenge to the artustuc talents of Mrs Burrell s students as she posed un costume for them un attractuve arrangement serve as a stull lute dusplay At Qrama Qluuleuilii THIS YEARS STUDENTS had a chance to ex press theur talent under the excellent unstruc tuon of Mrs Margaret Burrell head of the Art Department Attractuve stull lute dusplays as well as luve models were a challenge to the abulutues of her students Mrs Burrells students auded the Drama Department by pauntung the enture backdrops and scenery tor Teahouse and Anythung Goes for An II sfudems Mrs Margaret Burrell Art I students fund stull lute more unterestung when they have dusplays to duplucate Here they try theur skull at drawung a fresh truut arrangement .-""' 112 ,psf Perched on ladders hugh above the drama floor two or s Burrell s art students work undustruously to funush scenery for Teahouse Qfswlomul llflcwg lzlevflx MR JOHN HALL head of the Speech and Drama Department provided ftrst rate direction and supervlslon for Arcadlas productions Anythvng Goes and Teahouse of the August Moon Members of the Home Economucs Depart ment headed by Mrs Claudette Berach proved themselves invaluable members of the theatrl cal crew by sewing numerous attractive cos ucuu nun suzucuy auu uauxurup I5 apparenl In one Or Irt MF 1050 Hall scenes from Teahouse of the August Moon Roger Bigelow and Make Case Ronald Gregory In complete faclal make up of the Ancient Man posed on stage so the make up crew could see the complete effect of their efforts under llghts - , , H tumes for productions. it 9 , D 5 5. I . I , L, in- I Roger Blgelow as Sekunn nnterprets words ot democracy from Captain Fusby to the vlllagers Toluwse cofllme flugusl llflocsm P ychtatrlst Stan Bayer lectures Captam Fnsby Make Case in a scene TEAHOUSE of the August Moon under the dlrectnon of Mr John Hall was the fnrst play presented In Arcadlas new audltorlum Starrmg nn thus comedy productlon were Roger Bngelow Loss Lrska Mike Case and Michael Evans Mr Bob Lmgren of the Lmgren Tyven School of Ballet was choreographer for the fun filled productlon Teahouse was presented on April 7 and 8 after belng postponed because of a delay rn audltoruum completlon namely lack of seats from Teahouse In a humorous rehearsal scene from Teahouse", Captalrt FISbY lM'l4e Casel makes a frantlc plea for help over the telephone as Lotus Blossom ' lLols Llskaj attempts to remove hrs coat 4 . -5 A l 1-rg l , Xu 2? 3 It N ' 21 i ' gf K ,W l. ti , , P' ,c,,,,t F - .W f' . sy ' ,r J un. 1 - ' A ' v X K '- ' 1 . 6,4 . .2 . - " . . l fl- f . 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U H lfllag flrcouluas lflauar Tlaclumlltotu SELECTIONS FROM Anythung Goes a luvely musucal comedy were presented by the Dra ma Department under the durectuon of Mr John Hall Twenty chorus gurls under the du rectuon of Choreographer Bobby Lundgren contrubuted un a bug way to the success of the productuon Makung use of the arena style stage the Drama Department also produced The Match maker Thus playful 4act comedy was well receuved by school and communuty theater goers The gurls of the chorus concentrate on one of theur dance routunes durung a rehearsal for Anythung Goes you care for some tea'P un one of the Theater Arts class plays The rest of the class makes an attentuve auduence Matchmaker leads Barnaby Ronald Gregoryt M Vandergelder CMuchael E Evanst Corneluus Hackl fMuchael Casel Malachu Stack fRoger Bugelowt The Matchmaker Mrs Levu fHelen Blandungj Muss Van Huysen fSheryl Paynej Irene Molloy CMary Turnbowt Ermangarde fCarol Adamsj and Munnue Uo Anne Beauchampt 115 I L ll ' II ' V , I . . I ' ' I I I H ,t . . I ' "B Helen Blanding asks Carol McMaster rather sarcastically, "Dahling, would Q 2 , W . 'fi' f -cf, ff B fl, , " " 1 , r. I ' K' ' h V , l , . . , I I I J I , - ' , , , , 3-zfh , - A - gtrders high off the ground create an unusual spider web effect as the sun filters through them Construction is apparent as one looks at the bare scaffolds and steel sup ports in the foreground with build Ing materials scattered around , of-Tift-ft-. if -I HQ I A dramatic angle of the auditorium captures the modern lives 'f the incomplete building. llwdwtstm flutlllrsruun Qiwelavpefl ARCADIA S AUDITORIUM at the first of the school year was a mass of steel gurders with only the stage part very far advanced The student body watched anxiously from day to day as the auditorium gradually took shape and devel oped into the beautiful building which so artistically exern plufies the modern Arcadia look The interior of the audi torium as well as the exterior carries the modernistic theme It was completed upon the arrival of attractive tur quolse seats The public had a chance to see the completed audi torium at the presentation of Teahouse of the August Moon April 7 and 8 .4 .7.. Proiecting front piece added, the auditorium is closer to completion but still has a great deal of work left to be done. -'l'I6- hw gleellla gloge ARCADIA'S BEAUTIFUL auditorium, upon its completion, housed several activities of the Fine Arts Students. The band and chorus un- der the direction of Mr. Reginald Brooks, and two plays, directed by Mr. John Hall were presented on its spacious stage. The auditor- ium is a center of extra curriculum activities and plays an important part in school life. Arcadias auditorium is a beautiful modern building as well as a very useful addition to the campus The Art Building surrounded by trees is almost rustic loolung amid the dramatic modern buildings that meet the eye in every other direc tion in time for an 8 P M perform ance while Teahouse cast does a last minute rehearsal on stage 7 Afnvrfr ' CQVLCSW SQ 14? fl g mf 3, I 8 0 , XX sr XXX JR: If X. """ If L A ' 'if 1 f W - .nf. K 4' TL-Q glmw ef but magvufies lite roiliwff THROUGHOUT HIS LIFE every man strives for the attainment of higher goals and personal satisfaction in some field of en- deavor. Perhaps the most innate and dynamic trait in human nature is the desire to earn and possess respect and fellowship. ln the high school community is an opportunity for every individual to make himself outstanding in some area of per- sonal interest. Merit and recognition are proudly awarded those making note- worthy progress and cuhtributions in academic subiects, athletic activities, iour- nalism, student government, service or- ganizations, dramatic productions, and the industrial, domestic, and fine arts. Public recognition, however, is not the only measurement of success. Each student who participated at Arcadia with the criteria of bettering himself and his surroundings gained a sense of personal satisfaction and achievement. f 4 . . Q, M. , 'wg , 'ik SUZANN KAY BROWN "Always smile, it's the key to real success ONE OF THE BUSIEST GIRLS on campus was Helen Blanding. Her quick smile and sparkling personality gained for her many honors, among them that of being a yearbook princess. Helen served in Student Council and held offices in Pep Club, Rainbow Girls, TAC, St. Joseph's Jr. Auxiliary, Jr. Red Cross, and Senior Class. She belonged to several clubs including Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Symphony and Jr. Musical Theatre Guilds, and National Honor Society. Her versa- tility in iournalism was shown by her positions as section editor of the H1959 Camelback," editor-in-chief of "The T960 Olympian," and campus correspondent for "The Arizonian." Helen received many honors, among them, being Arcadia's sole delegate to the State Stu- dent Council Convention, being a finalist for DeMolay Sweetheart, and being recognized in the Teen-Age Hall of Fame. Other activities were participation in the mus- icals "Oklahoma," "Finian's Rainbow," and "Any- thing Goes." CUU9 BY A LANDSLIDE VOTE of the entire student body foreign exchange student Marco Papaleoni was chosen to reign as Mr. Olympian for the school year T959-60. ln the same election Helen Blanding, Suzann Brown, and Caldwell Read were chosen as fin- alists for the title of'Miss Olympian. SUZANN KAY BROWN, better known to her many campus friends as "Suzie" was elected one of the three Olympian princesses for the year T959-60. Suzann's many activities included Pep Club, Teens Against Cancer, Scottsdale Junior Varsity Beaver Band, and Arcadia Titan Band. She also served as Secretary- Treasurer of the Band Lettermen Organization in its first year at Arcadia. Being a queen is nothing new to Suzann, who reigned as District Softball Queen for the Latter Day Saints Church during l959. Her future plans include attendance at Arizona State University with a maior in home-making which she hopes to teach after graduation. HELEN KAY BLANDING "Know the truth, and the - 120 - truth shall make you free" Hitawa t,,fi,'MaoiWr BUT, DUE TO the student body felt each of these girls equally qualified for this position and because you showed this by making the run-off election end in a tie all three o as Olympian Princesses. MARCO PAPALEONI THE FACT that you f them have been chosen MARCO PAPALEONI, Arcadias first foreign exchange stu dent, was chosen by a very large maiority of the student body to reign as Mr. Olympian for l96O. Marco who hails from Trento, Italy, attended school at P tl At Arcadia he was a member of d Stu Gimasio Liceo "G. ra . Key Club, Lettermen's Club Teens Against Cancer, an dent Council. He was also elected Homecoming Attendant for the Senior Class, and received letters in wrestling and tennis Marco whose Italian parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ezlo Papaleoni, lived at the home of Mr and Mrs Leslie Rhuart during his stay in the United States. ' ' ' h e-back riding, collecting iazz His hobbies include ors records and playing tennts Q? ,Mex 6 A lisa if -.-0' CALDWELL READ Carry Love m your heart always CALDWELL READ a girl known for her charm and grace was a close candidate in the election of Miss Olympian Penny as she was known to her friends was an avid horse lover Her activities In that field included membership In the Western Saddle Club, and Horse Lovers Club She also participated in many horse shows throughout Arizona Caldwell has won several other queenships She S a Phi at their Sweet- was crowned queen of Delta :gm ell as Paradise Valley Trail Queen She B ll heart Ball as w t te at St Lukes Charity a ll e was also a debu an lans include going to co eg . Caldwell s future p Lwiulw Owen lcslp lilomur giulem ...af -4,76 .0 Glenda Lelstlko Valedlctorlan of the 1960 graduahng class GLENDA LOU l.ElSTlKO was ap pointed Valeductoraan ofthe 1960 graduatxng class Glenda won this award vvnth a l 17 grade average throughout hugh school Along wnth maknng top grades Glenda was a member ot the 'National Honor Society and Band Lettermens Club and active In her church actlvltles Her future plans Include further study In accountlng 15,4 ,pw ifdfx The top SW., of the Senuor Class, Glenda Leustxko, Trudy Bohm, Jan Ouren, and Barbara Burns Not pictured as Carolyn Wooldridge 'I22 JANICE HELEN OUREN was chosen Salutatorlan for the Senior Class with a l 2 grade average Jan moved here from Abraham Lincoln High School where she was Junior Class Vice President in September of i959 She was a member of the National Honor Society and National Thespians ln 1958 she was an American Field Service Exchange Student to Berlin Germany She plans to go to college and rnalor in Eng s Qoluw Mlwldiidge in Tip 57 Janice Ouren Salutatorian for the class of 60 11159 Xxx. 'Maxx xx N--.xtxsxtwg '-...WRX gn Students making the Principals List the first four times were: Lynn Finell Doug Griffith Nillie Sue Grifford Candy Lane Kathleen Smith and Peggy Sheffield. -123- erg,?eny1Elilll0rv1etloslClc9mec49+t1ingS. . . Queen Marilyn and Kung Bull MARILYN BENNETT born In Hull Quebec Can ada was elected by the Student Body to repre sent Arcadna as queen of the first Homecoming festlvmes ln addntlon to her many duties as Vlce Pres: tncupatnng In Jumor Red Cross Teens Against Cancer National Honor Society French Chem ustry and Rlfle Clubs Episcopal Young Church men and the Jumor Achlevement Club Marulyn has been awarded a schola shlp to the UofA where she will mayor In Chemustry and minor In Educatlon 4 BILL BERG Student Body President was elected to relgn as Homecoming Kung for 1959 60 De spite his busy schedule Bull was an actlve mem ber of the Salt Rlver Valley Presidents and Vlce Presidents Assocratlon a member of the Key letterman He was also selected by the admnn lstratlon to be recognized In the Teenage Hall of Fame dem of the 5ef1l0I' Class, MaVllYn ef1l0Yed PN' Club, Fencing Club, and a three year sports IQSQ- 60 H ' Qfeyofig nv: 36 Yun! S A-D SENIOR ATTENDANTS SENIOR ATTENDANTS Ann Read and Marco Papaleom Connle Stephenson and Don Vmcent JUNIOR ATTENDANTS Judy Elliott and Rlck Turner E ATTENDANTS FRESHMAN ATTENDANTS SOPHOMOR Barbara Jones and Tom Ellloh Nancy Kelly and Jack Koppen 125 M0Q.fmrr, Holm wer llflleele qs ATTENDANTS Pat Sterba and Mike Weller 41" ATTENDANTS Suzl Wood and Locke Kelly Aw 'T Carol McCuTchen and Loren Eakes reigned over TWIRP Week and The TWIRP Dance February 27 Carol was Junlor Class Serretary and a Varsrly Cheerleader She was also a member of Y Teens Delta Omega Tru Hn Y and Teens Against Cancer Her future plans Inc de gorng To college and malornng IH psychology Loren was a member of The football and wresllrng Teams and the Letlermens Club 126 -'Q A 5 I A , srre J' sv X f . x ' Q - C .., f. , J 5 1 A - ' . - g Ms . A . IV . ' . . . qgapoleom TKT lrorengvr Ewltomge 3-llllliililf MARCO PAPALEONI Arcadlas flrst foreign exchange student was from Trento Italy where he studled at Glmaslo Llceso G Pratt Marco was a member of the Key Club Lettermens Club Teens Against Cancer Homecoming attendant for the Senior class While In Amerlca Marco llved wrth the Leslue H Rhuart famuly but hls real parents are Mr and Mrs Ezlo Papaleonr Has hobpues Include sknng horseback rldlng tennus swnmmrng sports and dancing -1 The four tlnalrsts In the American Fleld Service Foreign Exchange Student Pro gram were Carol Cole, Annette Katarskn, Marilyn Ross, and Joanne Thornton BEVERLY SUE CHRISTENSEN, Student Body Treasurer, was chosen to represent Arlzona at the Wnllramsburg Student Burgesses ln Wrlllamsburg, Vlrglnla She was also elected DeMolay Sweetheart for Scottsdale Chapter of DeMolay Along with marntalmng a l 9 grade average, Bev has been a member of Student Council for three years, a three year pom pon member and captain for one year, and a member of Stellae Trr Hn Y, Future Nurses of America, and the National Honor Soclety 'I27 '-313, Marco Papaleonl Beverly Sue Christensen ,4-4 'Jil ,ki ,,V. K rir, A ii in 1 I r 'ffgi-' ' - nge V and a member of the Student Council. He was also , R K g S j Nl' 7 A N - . . r f ta l l -1 ' 5 T. ., f mn , I T 1 , T if 1 T 1, T Q 4,9 ' 3 fain A 'y n 8 llflusictons cocoliflis All 31512 ALL STATE CHORUS MEMBERS Sheryl Payne Margaret Pratt Gary Sprinzl and Charles Emery GUEST CONDUCTOR ot the 1960 All State Orchestra was Guy Taylor director of the Phoenix Symphony. John Bloom Director of Music at ASU directed the Chorus and Dr. Manly E. Whitcomb Director of the Bands and Professor of Music Education at Florida State University conducted the Band. Representing Arcadia in the chorus were: Soprano Margaret Pratt- Alto Sheryl Payne, Tenor, Gary Sprinzl, Bass, Charles Emery. The Orchestra and Titan Band were represented by Joanne Thornton, Selene Hurford, Keith Vanderbosch, Tom Baum. ,,.,...---" ALL STATE CHORUS Band and Orchestra which was held o March ll l2 on the campus of the University of Arizona Tucson presented an opportunity for select persons from every high school in Arizona to study under noted musicians for two days Students sent to AllState learned new techniques and carried them back to members of their respective organizations The members of the Band and Orches tra were chosen by private audition at ASU in Tempe Chorus members were selected by the choral director at each high school the number depending on the size of the school WH' 'S ALL-STATE BAND AND ORCHESTRA MEMBERS: Selene Hurford, Tom Baum, Keith Vanderbosch, and Joanne Thornton. 5119" ,g-n-"' -pal! Grwlfdilfors I WOULD LIKE to express my deepest ap precuatuon to the many people who have had a part un producung thus yearbook To Mr Carpenter the staff our advertusers the admunustratuon you all have been unvaluable un makung my opportunuty of edutung The Olympuan a memorable and rewardung experuence Because there were so few of us on the staff wuth any actual yearbook exper uence thus endeavor represents a great deal more personal effort and unduvudual learn as you go spurut than many would umagune We are proud of our part un pro ducung thus the furst annual of Arcadua Hugh and hope you wull share un the uoy of watchung the book grow bugger and better each year Helen Blandung Edutor un Chuef The Olympuan , um ' I I I . I .- H - ,, . - 'B I u , I . -. h . I ,u - ,, l Helen Blanding, shown here making out a dummy page, was Edutor of , . , . I I . , U - ,, , . the Olympuan Leah Duane Greer Edutor of the Arcaduan us puctured typung one of the many storues that went unto the Arcaduan 129 THE POSITION of hugh school Edutorun Chuef us one requurung responsubuluty and a wullungness to guve tume and energy to the ever gloruous school newspaper lt us a uob msnglung work fun and some confusuon unto a meanung that comes out peruoducally The thrull and sense of achuevement that sprungs unto beung when you see the lufe blood of the school cap tured on sux pages us rewardung but the most umportant thung un the lufe of every edutor us not the funushed black and whute but the long sufferung staff that made ut all possuble Leah Duane Greer Edutor In Chuef Arcaduan ACK HELEN BLANDING Editor of the 60 Olympian was chosen by the admin istratlon for recognition In the Teenage Hall of Fame Helen was also a two year National Honor Society member four years a Junior Symphony Guild member a two year math honorary member Senior Class Girl Representa tive a member of the Junior Varsity Pom pon Squad a Miss Olympia Prln cess and a finalist for DeMolay Sweet heart ANNE BENYI was awarded the Best Business Student award for 1960. Last year Anne was a member of Lae Tae Y-Teens and was in the Production of Kiss Me Kate. kiwi writ, em BILL BERG Student Body President, was also a member of the Teenage Hall of Fame. He was an active member of the Salt River Presidents and Vice Presi- dents Association Homecoming King member of the Key Club and Fencing Club and a three year Sports Letterman. -130- SUE BARTALUZZI, Arizona State Tennis Champion, was awarded the Daughter's of America Revolution Award. Sue was a member of the National Honor So- ciety, the Spanish Club, Girls League, Historian of the Tennis Team, and Rep- resentative to Student Council for Y- Teens. wt MW HCM MICHAEL EVANS a sophomore won first place in the Junior Mens Division of Interpretive Reading at Arizona State University. He was also chosen by the Optimists Club as a Youth ofthe Month, rs. T ANN REID Student Body Vice-President was elected Senior Day Princess to Ari- zona State University. Ann was also elected Homecoming Attendant for the Senior Class and was a member of Girls League Girls Athletic Association Delta Omega Tri-Hi-Y and Y-Teens. -131- CONNIE STEPHENSON Senior Class Secretary was elected Senior Day Prin cess to the University of Arizona Tucson She was a member of the Pep Club and was Homecoming Attendant for the Senior Class Connie plans to go to college for two years and then become an airline hostess gg' .1- SELENE HURFORD was awarded a schol- arship to the Music Camp at Arizona State University for three weeks this summer. Along with playing the cello Selene was a member of the Girls Chorus and the Phoenix Junior Sym- phony Guild. She hopes to become a Concert Cellist. J4dveFUsw1g + VK QED A Af M095 x Adtferamg lsllm lclemld ef Klpmgregs . MODERN SOCIETY is the product of an age of speed and power. A strong and sometimes fierce spirit of competition has arisen among the numerous businesses which have come into being during the past few decades. One of the most pow- erful and effective allies of the modern merchant in competitive business is ad- vertising. Advertising benefits the businessman and the general public. The advertisers and patrons of this yearbook have con- tributed sizeable amounts toward its pro- duction costs, and they have displayed an active interest in the school. Y L-. xl' .- il y.V, - ,, tx - kt . . . 5 4.3 Wilma. f 1 f f' , L, -O J V sf fl" .xxx pant- , M' 2 an X ' 42,3 -4 fwlgav X l I y ,. 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We at Arizona Public Service are happy to accept our responsibility as a good neighbor along with nearly all busi- nesses and individuals by paying our fair share of taxes. Providing low-cost utility service is our main iob. Being a good taxpaying citi- zen is important too! N. ARIZONA ' 8 friendly offices to serve you. A uxrmnc cniznc wnusvu wr suv: I Secure a good rob V 1 III .S- Save part of your Earnings Ill IIIII INIW - fl? I ' JI ,ll SUCCESS COMES FROM HARD WORK AND SAV- ING PART OF EVERY- , THING YOU EARN Plan to start right now t save part of every pay- check . . . no matter how small the amount may seem to be, Little dollars 2 soon grow to large sums. Your future is assured with - -' a Western Savings account. 4 WATER DAMAGE SERVICE INSTALLATION Gardwr Cfazgvef Service 4433 North I6th cn 72606 CLEANING DYEING UIIIIIIIIII VIILIIEII II CII Whl P CF 1026 N th 21 AL 83458 'I4 O oesaIe Furniiure I Car T' g Io C ' g 1 A Ph , - - 3 - 0 Wet 8. 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