Arcadia High School - Olympian Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)
- Class of 1963
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IArcadia Students Worked Hard,
FAMILIAR to all Arcadians is the "Walk of Olives." Although it is pictured here as nearly deserted, students use it when
going to the parking lot, to classes, or just walking around campus. This is just one small part of the outstanding Arcadia High
OPENING SECTION ......
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION .
ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS
FINE ARTS ............
Played Hard, and Came Out on Top
"Sitting, standing, studying under the library." The cool shadiness
and the many tables under the library provide an ideal place for
students to congregate. During both lunch hours you can't even
see across the circle because there are so many people standing
under the library.
Posters, painted by various organizations and classes did a lot to
boost school spirit’. The newest class at Arcadia, the freshmen,
did their share of the work, and really got into the high school
spirit. Pictured here: Tibby Jones. Kirk Williams. Tom Cooley,
and Grove Green, try their hand at a little sign painting.
3Everywhere You Go, Everyone
The palm trees, adding beauty and majesty to the campus, stretch regally
up to the clear blue skies. They are constant reminders of the ideal climate
which Titans enjoy throughout the school year.
Arcadia High School was built and opened
for use four years ago. At that time the
Class of 1963 enrolled as freshmen, and
Arcadia's history officially began. In 1963
those same freshmen were seniors, and they
became the first graduating class at Ar-
cadia High to have gone all four years
here. Although there will be many, many
other graduating classes at Arcadia, the
Class of '63 is something special, and to
them and their achievements we dedicate
this book. Led by outstanding Stu-
dent Body officers in their senior year, the
Class of 1963 made their presence felt in
every school activity; leading the way for
the underclassmen. Perhaps, twenty years
from now, if the Class of '63 has a reunion,
they can look back on this book that com-
memorates their years at Arcadia and re-
member the good times, the achievements,
and the friendships that they found here.
If you want to know how to wrap a goal post, just
ask a senior! From left: Marty Williams, Dave
Dreblow, Charlotte Schilling, Marcia Harrington,
Mike Smith, Betsy Hodges, and sitting on the goal
post is Chuck Butler. 8ut, you may be sure that
wrapping the goal posts wasn't the only project of
the senior class!Knows, the Big A Means Arcadia
CAMELBACK Mountain shadows the BIG A, and provides the background for this unusually different school as nothing else could.
Arcadia's circular architecture has been a topic of discussion from coast to coast, and people have come from miles around to see
it. The BIG A is also noted for its modern classrooms and facilities.
"Give me an AM" yell the cheerleaders, and the
crowd responds with an ear-splitting roar—
"AAA". School spirit that was displayed at all
sports events carried over into every phase of
school activity. Students enthusiastically plunged
into all projects of the 1962-63 school year with
a zeal that earned Arcadia the title of the
"BIG A." Yes, Arcadia was big in everything its
students participated in this year and everyone
knew it. Students who attended Arcadia notic-
ably grew a few inches as the reputation and
prowess of the "BIG A" spread. Rated among
the top schools in scholastics, sports, and the
fine arts, Arcadians were caught up in the
spirit of achievement, and swept along to an
enviable record of success. In a word, it was a
"JUST a few more buckets of cement and they could've filled the
whole place in!" was the cryptic comment of one teacher as he looked
out over the maze of sidewalks that crisscross the Arcadia campus. The
pattern they make suggests a modern painting.in Promoting School Spirit
EXEMPLIFYING THE CIRCULAR architecture for
which Arcadia High is famous, this picture of the
walk-way leading around the auditorium is used by
hundreds of students daily. If students from Arcadia
constantly complain that they're seeing "circles" you
can understand the reason why! Students new to Ar-
cadia usually don't have trouble finding their way
around, but they do testify to the fact that their legs
get awfully tired.
7DURING Letterman's initiation "seats" got paddled, pants were worn back-
wards. and "HAIL LETTERMEN" reverberated throughout the campus. Above.
George Mills climbs a pole under the library as part of his initiation.
Athletics played a big part in the life
of Arcadia students during the 1962-
63 school year. Strong teams in all
three major sports—football, basket-
ball. and baseball—represented the
"BIG A" in the AA Athletic Confer-
Clubs and student activities sparked
student interest in school affairs. Par-
ticipation was high, as several new
clubs popped up on campus. Clean-up
campus days and various service proj-
ects were popular with industrious
clubs. Gaining needed leadership abil-
ity the officers of Arcadia's many
clubs devoted their time and them-
selves to furthering the goals set in
the constitution of the "BIG A."
Club and Athletic Activities
Far Left: Mary Katarski and Sharon Farmer instruct Terry Gamble in the art of initiation. Terry, along with seven other initiates, gained
membership in Band Letterman's Club. Center: Doris Zesiger, Drama Club member, helps during the making of scenery for an upcom-
ing play. Far Right: Gail Roschibal and Karla Jennings, Y-Teens, help with the March of Dimes.
8ATHLETICS played a big part in the curriculum of Arcadia High
students during the 1962-63 school year. Talented boys and girls
enthusiastically participated in all phases of athletic activity.
Above, the Titan football team wins another game on their way
to becoming AA State Champions.
Take Up After-School Time for Titans
Cindy Johnson, captain
of the Arcadia Pom Pon
girls, presents a cake to
the Titan football team,
prior to their play-off
game with Flagstaff.
Pom Pon girls: Jackie
Lindstrom, Jerri Draney,
Connie Clark, Linda Jam-
ison. Barbara Rebeske,
Peggy O’Gara (holding
cake), Micki McFadden
and Nancy Kelly.
9Student Gov’t and Faculty Cooperate
STUDENTS of Paul Sanders, Business Education teacher, soak up sons are varied, faculty members seem to like this out-of-doors
the sun during one of their daily class periods. Occasionally atmosphere,
teachers take their classes outside for class. Although their rea-
Through the combined efforts of Student Council
and Student Senate, the faculty and students of
Arcadia High School are brought into closer con-
tact with one another. By learning each other's opin-
ions and desires on matters of school policy, the
administration, faculty and students cooperate to
form a more successful school. Arcadia's "ship of
state," headed by Captain Hil Brady, is sailing
straight into a promising future. Certainly the "BIG
A" is taking its place among the top high schools
in the city, as well as the state.
Top: Mrs. Gretchen Helser, Mrs. Iris Widmark, and Assistant Principal
Leonard Spooner check over student files. Bottom: For some students
the most familiar view of the administration building is sitting on the
inside looking toward the door!!
10to Further Student-Teacher Relations
MEETING SECOND PERIOD. Student Council members George Dur-
ham, Marcia Harrington, Barbara Haupt and Mike Neer form a dis-
cussion group to decide questions pertaining to student activities.
Student Council, headed by the student body officers, collaborated
with the administration to form new school policies. Through active
leadership, the "BIG A" enjoyed a successful year in athletics, scholar-
ship, and enthusiasm. Student Council acts as the go-between for Stu-
dent Senate and the administration.
MIMI LUNDIN. Student Senate secretary, looks over
her minutes with Senate President Liza Bean. Betsy
Hodges, a Senate member, talks with the two before
NICK KARALES and Nelson Burns look over books in
the Honor Society Book Store. Kay Benzel. salesgirl,
watches the boys carefully to be sure they don’t read
the books before they buy them.
NISTRAimONAdministration Merges With
LEONARD T. SPOONER
The adminstration i$ the force behind all school activities. The force
that guides, promotes and officiates. Headed by Principal Hil Brady,
and Assistant Principals Leonard Spooner and Gene Eastin, the Ar-
cadia High School administration is one of the most alert and active
in the state. The sign over the door of the Student Services Center
reads, "Welcome," and the office staff inside tries to live up to the
14School Board to Form New Ideas
DR. CHARLES HOLT
of Elementary and Sec-
J. J. CONNORS
LLOYD A. BIMSON MRS. SALLY STIEG
Board of Education
BILL CLOSE REESE VERNER
Member Retiring Board Member
DR. STEWARD S. FLASCHEN
Assuming the position of Superintendent of Scotts-
dale Schools for the first time this year is Dr.
Charles Holt. He, along with Assistant Superintend-
ents Ray Davis, J. J. Connors, and Al Flowers, is
constantly trying to improve the Scottsdale School
System. Cooperating with the Superintendents and
the School Board members, the principals of the
Scottsdale schools have furthered the educational
facilities of their individual schools.
To Reese Verner, we say thank you! Although you
are retiring from the School Board, we know that
you will remain active in community projects for
many years to come.
15Four Years of Good Advice
MRS. RUTH DOWNEY . . . Head MRS. VERNA FEBUS . . . Counselor
MRS. MARGUERITE NEIQ, . . . Coun-
WALTER SCHWARZ . . . Counselor
JACK WEBB . . . Counselor
COUNSELORS Verna Febus, Ruth
Downey, Marguerite Neid, Jack
Webb, and Walter Schwarz offer
friendly advice and guidance to
all who enroll in Arcadia Hi.
16Teachers That Have a
HOWARD AMERSON . . . Safoty Edu-
cation Department Head; Safety Educa-
WILLIAM BALTZ . . . American Govern-
ment. American History, Economics.
WALLACE BUMP . . . Librarian.
BEN ANDERSON . . . Boys' Physical
REGINALD BROOKS . . . Allied Arts
Department Head; Orchestra. Titan
Band, Dance Band, Music Appreciation.
MRS. MARGARET BURRELL ... Art
PETER ANSELMO . . . Typing I. In-
troduction to Business.
ERNIE BULLARD . . . Biology. Safety
JAMES BYRKIT . . . Contempory World
History. World History.
17Good Citizens; Active in School
DOROTHY CAHILL . . . Math I. Al-
PATRICK CARLIN . . . Boys Physical AFTON CARPENTER . . . Yearbook I.
Education. II, Developmental Reading.
DR. GORDON CASWELL . . . American
MRS. ELEANOR CLAUGH . . . English
CHEMISTRY classes learn by doing experiments. Here Mr. Largent teaches students
how to prepare for one. Science plays an important part in our world today, and
Arcadia's Science department is well equipped to prepare students for the future.
18and Many Community Activities
JOSEPH COLLIGNON . . . English De- GEORGE COWIE . . . English III, V. DONALD DEAN . . .
partment Head; English V. IV.
"READY, willing, and able." characterizes the Physical Education Department which
specializes in body building, and stresses sportsmanship. Here Coach Hendricks demon-
strates the basics of football to two of his students. Tom Goudie and Craig Woodward.
JOE DOLEN . . . Physical Science.People With an Important
MRS. MICKI DOYLE . . . English II. IV.
ROBERT FINKBINE . . . Social Science
Department Head; American History.
DR. CASWELL illustrates to economic students the importance economy,
of men. money, market, materials, and machines in America's
20Message to Share .
MALCOLM GARRISON . . . Algebra
MAURICE GARSON . . . French I. II.
FROM any angle math problems are made interesting and demonstrates the basic fundamentals of geometry,
easier by Arcadia's Mathematics Department. Here Mrs. Frye
21A.H.S. Education Produces
MISS PAULINE GUINTHER . . . Girls'
MRS. NATALIE HAHN . . . Shorthand
I, II, Typing I.
GLENN GROENKE . . . English V, De-
velopmental Reading, World Geography.
LOU HALLMAN . . . Algebra I. II. MRS. CAROL HAUGELAND . . .
Roland Williams, instructor in the Industrial Arts
Department, displays handiwork of one of his
students. Boys in the woodworking shop receive
an opportunity to gain manual training.
ROBERT HENDICKS . . . Boys' Physi-
cal Education; Physical Education De-
ALFRED HEYWOOD . . . Spanish I.
1190: Foreign Language Department-
22Efficient Citizens of Tomorrow
practice running the ditto machine during their
bookkeeping class. The Business Department
trains students for secretarial work.
WILLIAM HICKEY . . . Audio-Visual. MRS. ROSEJEAN HINSDALE . . .
Typing I. Journalism I, Newspaper.
WILLIAM HOLMES . . . Woodwork- MRS. DORIS HOWARD . . . Business
ing II. Ill, IV, Mechanical Drawing. Education Departmental Head; Typ-
ing I, II.
BAXTER HURN . . . Chemistry, Astron-
REYMOND JACKSON . . . American
MRS. BETTY JOHBSON . . . English
23Active Teachers Sponsor Clubs
JEFFERSON LARSON . . . Algebra MRS. EDITH UllYWHITE ... Hu-
ll, College Algebra, Trigonometry; man Relations, Homemaking.
Mathematics Departmental Head.
JOHNSTON . . . English
ED LITTLETON . . . Business Math.
Business English. Typing I.
MRS. DANA LYNCH . . . Dramatics.
LINCLON MacPHERSON . . . Biology.
Anatomy and Physiology.
24Promote School Spirit in Activities
WILTON MOORE . . . American JAMES MULLER . . . Mechanical
History, Civil War, Latin I. Drawing I; II.
MRS. LOUISE MILLER . . . English III.
DAVID NEAL . . . Advanced Chemistry
II, Chemistry, Physics.
SAM O'DELL . . . Biology.
LEONARD PELLETTIRI . . . Safety Edu-
cation, English I A.
25Leading, Teaching, Helping, Inspiring,
DONALD PENFIELD . . . American
MISS VIRGINIA POWELL . . .
Girl's Physical Education.
ARTHUR PETERSON . . . Typing I.
MRS. LORETTA PROCHASKA . . .
English II. III.
MRS. JEAN PETTIE . . . Distribu-
tive Education, General Business.
LAWRENCE READER . . . Book-
keeping, Office Machines and Office
MRS. KATE REESE . . . English IV. Ger-
man I. II. III.
PAUL SANDER . . . Business Principles
and Business Law, Typing.
ANTHONY SCHIFINO . . . American
26Goals Met by A.H.S. Teachers
MRS. PATRICIA SETTLEMOIR . . .
MRS. EMILY STAFFORD . . .
French I. II. III.
THOMAS TEMPLETON . . . World
DEVON SHOWLEY . . . Science De-
partmental Head; Physics. Advanced
Physics I. II.
WALTER STODGHILL . . . Consumer
MRS. ELEANOR UPTON . . . Algebra
MISS EILEEN SMOCKE . . . Latin
I. II. III. IV.
MIKE SVACO . . . Advanced Alge-
bra, Trigonometry. Integrated Geom-
etry. Plane Geometry.
JACK WATSON . . . English III. Spanish
27Learning Proniotes Understanding
WILLIAM WIESE... Biology.
DR. FRANCIS WILCOX . . . General ROLAND WILLIAMS . . . Wood-
Math, Geometry, Algebra II. working I, II.
MRS. CECILIA WIHY . . . Human
FLOYD WOODARD . . . J.V. Band.
Boys' Chorus. Advanced Boys' and
Girls' Chorus, Prep Band.
JOSEPH YOUNG . . . General Math,
Algebra, Remedial Math.
Biology Club sponsors. Sam Odel and Patricia Settlemoir, look over bug collections of interested
28They Keep System Running Smoothly
SECRETARIES: Top Row: MRS. ETHEL SALISBURY . . . Principal’s Secretary: MRS. MADELENE
DEMEN . . . Attendance Secretary: MRS. BETHALEE ELLSTROM . . . Guidance Secretary; MRS.
GRETCHEN HELSER . . . Attendance Cleric; MRS. REGINA MESSEC . . . Receptionist; MRS.
FRANCES WALKER . . . Registration Clerk. Bottom Row: MRS. IRIS WIDMARK . . . Records Cleric;
MRS. HATTIE FREISE . . . Library Cleric; MRS. EMMA JEAN BUTLER . . . Library Clerk; MRS. JANE
PLECAS ... Nurse; GEORGE ROCKER ... Bookstore Manager.
CAFETERIA WORKERS: Seated: Ada Weeks, Ana Lazor, Gladys Armstrong. Mariam Plotner, Daena
Sevaim, Mary Geiger. Standing: Lillian Laudone, Lila Erhardt, Clore Johns, Cora Vander Ploeg,
DOROTHY ROUBAL (Cafeteria Manager), Edna Christen, Lois Steele, Frances Smith, Miriam Leggett.
CUSTODIANS: Kneeling: Andy Morell, Walt Reynolds. Oscar Snyder. Cal Evans, Dan Koronica.
Standing: Sam Wineland. Ernie Warring, Clint Tomlinson. Ken Elliot, Everett Carroll.
29Freshmen to Seniors — Class of ’63
MARY SUSAN ADAMS.
DON ADEN . . . D.E.C.A.;
BILLIE JEAN AKERS . . .
Rifle Club; Young Repub-
licans; Pep Club: D.E.C.A.;
Tennis Team . . . College.
LINDA DARLENE AMBROSE
. . . Girls' League; Sigma
Beta Chi Tri-Hi-Y; Student
Senate: Soph. Class Sec. . . .
ANN ARMATIS . . . Girls'
League; Student Senate;
Transfer Tacoma. Washing-
ton . . . A.S.U.
SHERRILL ASHTON . .
"Sherry" . . . Chorus; Con
cert Choir . . . Secretary.
SANDRA BALDRIDGE. LORETTA BALDWIN . . .
Art Club: Concert Choir
. . . A.S.U.
ELAINE BALLA . . . Transfer RON BALLIETT . . . D.E.C.A. VERONICA BANN. RICK BARNETT . . . A.S.U..
Ohio . . . College. Pres.; Scottsdale DeMolay Contracting.
. . . A.S.U., Business.
32First to Finish 4 Years at Arcadia
SAM BARTALUZZI . . . Stu-
dent Council Varsity Track.
Football, Tennis: Lettermen's
Club: Frosh.. Soph. 8oy Rep.
. . . Medicine.
LIZA BEAN . . . National
Honor Society: Student
Council: Student Senate:
Girls' League: Classic Co-
Editor: Transfer Tucson.
SHIRLEY BEAUCHAMP . . .
Pep Club: Sigma Beta Chi
Tri-Hi-Y. Sgt. at Arms.
CRAIG BEMIS . . . Transfer
Arcadia High, California . . .
JANIS BENNETT . . . Y- KAREN BENZEL . . . Na- BILL BERAN.
Teens; Girls' League: Red tional Honor Society, Veep:
Cross ... U. of A.. Nursing. Tri-Hi-Y. Veep : Girls'
League: Cheerleader: Trans-
GEORGE BERNAL . . . Foot-
ball: Track . . . A.S.U. or
ROBERT WILLIAM BERTEL- STAN BIELESKI.
SEN . . . Lettermen's Club:
Varsity Football: Transfer
Tempe . . . CoNege.
EDWARD BISZANTZ . . .
Varsity Football Trainer: Let-
termen's Club . . . College,
DIANNE BOHR ... Ad-
vanced Girls' Chorus: Trans-
33Send a Postcard to KRUX
JERRY BOUDREAU . . . J.V.
Football: Frosh. Basketball;
Varsity Track: Astronomy
Club . . . College.
CYNTHIA BOYER . . . Girls’
League: G.A.A.; Y-Tcens:
Chorus: Powder Puff . . .
RICK BRIGGS . . . J.E.T.S.;
DeMolay; Band Letterman;
Rocket Club: Dance Band
. . . College.
ARMAN BRINTON . . .
Transfer Flagstaff . . . A.S.U..
U. of A.
STEPHEN D. BROMBERG
. . . A.S.U.. Business.
JEANNI BROWN . . . Cheer-
leader Capt.: Girls' League;
Delta Omega Tri-Hi-Y; Trans-
fer N.Y. . . . A.S.U.
PATRICIA LYNN BRUINING
. . . "Pat" . . . Student Sen-
ate: Gills' League; G.A.A..
Corr. Sec.; Foreign Language
Tourn.; Leadership Workshop
. . . A.S.U.
CATHY ANN BRYANT . . .
Student Senate Alt.; Concert
Choir; Beginning Girls' Cho-
rus: Transfer Scottsdale High
. . . Nursing.
34Arcadia High Wants a Jukebox
NELSON BURNS . . . Safety
Council. Veep; Student Sen-
ate; Var. Baseball: Letter-
men’s Club ... LT. of A.
CHARLES BUTLER. JR. . . .
Student Senate. Veep: Stu-
dent Council; Frosh. Pres.:
Jr. Veep: Boys’ State; Foot-
ball; Transfer—Vermont . . .
ARTHUR BYRD . . . Transfer
—Hawaii . . . College.
ROBERT E. CADY . . . Let-
termen's Club; J.V. Football;
Wrestling . . . A.S.U.
RITA JEAN CALL . . . Sig-
ma Beta Chi Tri-Hi-Y; Ar-
cadian Staff . . . College.
ARMIDA CAMPOS . . .
SANDRA CARNAHAN . . .
Transfer — Formosa . . .
ROBERTA CARROLL . . .
"Bobbi" . . . Y-Teens; Girls'
League: Olympian Staff:
Safety Council; Transfer —
Central High . . . College.
TODD CARTER . . . Transfer
—New York . . . College,
A.S.U.Arcadia’s Football Team — Best Yet
JOE CAUDLE . . . National
Honor Society; 8and; Letter-
men’s Club; Wrestling;
Track: Mu Alpha Theta; Any-
town, Ariz.; Boys' State Gov.
. . . Air Force Academy.
WILLIAM CETTI . . . Band
Letterman; Cross Country;
Track; "Brigadoon." "Tea
House" . . . College.
JOHN PHILIP CHASE . . .
Fencing . . . A.S.U.
ROBERT CHRISTENSEN . . .
National Honor Society: Mu
Alpha Theta; J.E.T.S.;
D.E.C.A. . . . A.S.U.
RICK CHRISTMAS . . . Var-
sity Baseball; Varsity Foot,
ball; Lettermen's Club.
TOM CHURCH. CONNIE CLARK ... Pom
Pon; N.H.S.; Soph. Class
Pres.; Delta Omega Tri-Hi-
Y, Chaplain; Twirp Wk. At-
tendant . . . College.
LARRY CLARKE . . . Letter-
men's Club; Football: Base-
ball; Wrestling . . . College.
GAIL COAR . . . Corale.
RICK COOK . . . J.E.T.S.:
Drama Club: Rocket Club;
Fencing; Arcadian Sports Ed-
itor: Transfer Scottsdale High
. . . Engineering.
DIANA COOPER . . . Girls'
League; Transfer Bermuda;
Varsity Cheerleader; Chorus;
Drama . . . A.S.U.
36Titans Proved All-Around Sportsmen
WILLIAM L. DAUGHERTY
. . . Transfer—Iowa ... En-
ter the Service.
EDITH DAVIS . . . Chorus.
TOM L. DAVIS III .
. . . Engineer.
JILL DEDMAN . . . Quill and
Scroll: Arcadian Staff: Trans-
fer—Scottsdale High . . .
College. U. of A.
MICHAEL DICK . . . Safety
Council . . . A.S.U.. U.S.C..
LYNNE DOBBEN . . .
G.A.A.: Pep Club . . . Beau-
JERRI LYNN DRANEY . . .
Varsity Pom Pon; Delta Ome-
ga Tri-Hi-Y. Treas.: Cheer
Block . . . A.S.U.
DAVE C. DREBLOW . . .
Student Senate: Titan Band:
Band Letterman; Transfer —
Willmar High . . . College.
NANCY LYNNE DRECHS-
LER . . . Sigma Beta Chi Tri-
Hi-Y. Chaplain; Spanish Hon-
orary, Sec.-Tress. . . .College.
LORRAINE DUNBAR . '. .
JANET DUNFEE . . . "Jan"
. . . N.H.S.: Mu Alpha The-
ta: Sigma Beta Chi Tri-Hi-Y.
Sec. . . . A.S.U.
GEORGE H. DURHAM II
. . . Student Body Pres.: Stu-
dent Senate. Veep: Tennis:
N.H.S.: Mu Alpha Theta:
Classic Co-Editor; Transfer—
Utah . . . College.
37New Grade System Encouraged Better
RANKIN POWERS DUVALL
III . . . Student Senate;
J.E.T.S.; Lettermen’s Club:
Key Club; Mu Alpha Theta:
Golf; Basketball Manager;
Transfer Calif. ... U. of A.
RITA EAKES . . . Girls'
League: Pep Club; Sigma
Beta Chi Tri-Hi-Y. Treas. . . .
DWIGHT E. ECKHARDT...
Frosh., Jr. Varsity Basketball
. . . College.
TERRY EDMUNDSON . . .
Girls' League; Drama Club;
Pep Club; Chorus: Varsity
Cheerleader . . . A.S.U.
GLORIA ECKLUND . . .
Varsity Tennis: Y-Teens:
Safety Council; Band: Tri-Hi-
Y. Treas. . . . A.S.U.
LOIS MARIE ELLIOTT . . .
Band: Student Senate: Con-
cert Choir; Band: Tri-Hi-Y.
Sec. . . . College. Education.
MIKE ELLIS . . . College.
CHARLES ALLEN EMERY
. . . "Chas" . . . Drama Club:
Chorus: State Music Festi-
vals; "Charlie's Aunt"; "The
Curious Savage" . . . College.
ANDREA EMMONS . . -
Y-Tcens: Drama Club; Tri-
Hi-Y; "The Curious Savage"
. . . U. of A. or A.S.U.
PATRICIA FABENY . . .
Spanish Honorary Society,
Sec.; Transfer Penn. . . .
38Grades From All Students
ROBERT FAIRFIELD . . .
"Bob" . . . Chorus: Olympian
Staff . . . A.S.U.
CAROLYN FALK ... Ad-
vanced Girls' Chorus . . .
BILL FARMER . . . Letter-
men's Club: Tennis . . .
SHARON LEE FARMER . . .
Band Letterman. Sec.-Treas.;
Safety Council: Delta Omega
Tri-Hi-Y; Mariner Scouts.
Pres. . . . College.
RICHARD FORD . . . "Rick"
. . . College or Vocational
DOUGLAS FOSTER . . .
J.E.T.S.: Student Senate Alt.;
Transfer Conn. . . . College.
MARIE ANN FRENCH . . .
D.E.C.A.; Transfer N. Dakota
. . . College.
LYNN FULBRECHT . . . Col-
BILL GAGE . . . A.S.U.
LEROY M. GAINTNER . . .
Key Club. Pres.: Lettermens'
Club: Nat'l. Honor Society:
Varsity Football. Swimming.
Track: Boys' State: J.E.T.S.,
Pres. . . . College.
GAIL GALLAGHER . . . X-
Club: Tri-Hi-Y; Y-Teens;
Frosh. Class Sec. . . . U.
39Closed Campus Prevented Noon-Time
NIRMAL GANGADEAN . . .
Transfer Scottsdale High.
SANDRA GILBERT . . . X-
Club: Powder Puff Football;
Transfer Camelback High . . .
JAMES GILLARD ... "Jim”
. . . Bowling; Transfer Camel-
back High . . . U. of-A.
PEGGI GILMORE . . . Thes-
pians; Girls' League: Trans-
fer Calif. . . . College in
GLORIA GOOSTREE . . .
"Glo" . . . Spanish Honorary
Society; Girls' League: Dra-
ma Club: Transfer Virginia
. . . U. of A.
GENE GRIFFITH . . . Nat'l
Honor Society; Key Club;
J.E.T.S.; Mu Alpha Theta; Fu-
ture Scientists of America
. . . College.
PIFF GROUSKAY. RICH GRUNER . . . Bowling; SUE GUNNET . . . G.A.A.; RICHARD GUTHERIE.
Transfer Camelback High Girls’ League; Transfer Penn.
. . . College, U. of A. ... College. U. of A.
40Drag Races, Discouraged Ditchers.
MARCIA LEE HARRING-
TON . . . X-Club; N.H.S.:
Student Body Trees.; Student
Senate: Student Council:
Girl's State: Soph, Jr. Class
Trees.: Safety Club. Pres. ...
U. of A.
BARB HAUPT . . . Soph. Jr.
Girl Rep.: Student Body
Chaplain; N.H.S.. Pres.: Safe-
ty Council: Student'Council:
Ariz. State Council Delegate:
Tri-Hi-Y . . . College.
NANCY HAVIGHURST . . .
Y-Teens. Trees.: Sigma Beta
Chi: Tennis Team . . . Col-
PHIL HAWKINS ... . Col-
lege. A.S.C .
TERRY HAWKS . . . Con-
cert Choir; "Leave It To
Jane": DcMolay: Band . . .
RICK HENDERSON. SANDY HENDRIX . . . STUART HERMAN. DAVID HERSKOVITS . . .
Transfer—Indiana . . . Mod- N.H.S.: Jr., Sr. Class Pres.:
eling. Frosh. Class Trees.: Student
Council: Key Club Trees.:
lettermen's Club: Football.
Basketball, Track . . . Col-
41Seniors Glimpsed College Life at
JOHN HIEGEL . . . Concert
Choir; Transfer Scottsdale
High . . . College. Electron-
CORKY HILSABECK . . .
Lettermen's Club. Veep: Bas-
ketball . . . College, A.S.U.
JAMES HODDER . . .
J.E.T.S.; Basketball; Band:
Transfer New Mexico . . .
BETTE LOUISE HODGES . . .
"Betsy" . . . Student Senate
Alt.; Tri-Hi-Y, Sgt. at Arms;
Safety Club; Girls' League
. . . College. U. of A.
RUDY DON HODGES . . .
"Curious Savage"; "Briga-
doon" . . . College, Air
CATHERINE ANNE HOE-
KSEMA . . . Y-Tecns; Girls
League; Transfer North High
. . . College.
JERRY HOGIN . . . A.S.U.
SKIP HOLMBERG . . .
Wrestling; Track; Football
. . . Phoenix College.
CHERYL HOLTSON . . . Y-
Teens; Pep Club; G.A.A.;
Transfer Scottsdale; Tennis
. . . Secretary.
NANCY HOYER . . . Drama
Club: Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y;
Varsity Pom Pon . . . A.S.U.,
ANN HUNT . . . Arcadian
Co-Editor; Transfer Calif.,
and Colo. . . . College,
42U. of A. and A.S.U. Senior Days.
MARY JANECEK . . . Y-
Teens: Pep Club: Girls'
League . . . College.
CINDY JOHNSON . . .
N.H.S.; Student Body Sec.:
Jr. Class Sec.; St. Senate
Sec.; Soph. Veep: Pom Pon
Cap't.: DcMolay Sweetheart;
U. of A. Sr. Princess:
Homecoming Attendant . . .
KAY JOHNSON . . . Y-
Teens; N.H.S.: Arcadian
RAY JOHNSTON ... U. of
A. Law School.
BARBARA JORDAN . . .
Spanish Honorary: Girls'
League: Adv. Girls' Chorus;
Transfer—Calif. . . . A.S.U.
JEANNE JORGENSON . . .
X-Club; Student Senate: Tri-
Hi-Y; Concert Choir: Trans-
fer—Scottsdale ... U. of A.
MIKE JULIAN . . . Band;
Wrestling . . . College.
WILLIAM KAMSTRA . . .
Titan Band . . . A.S.U.
NICK KARALES . . . Letter-
men's Club: Varsity Baseball:
Olympian Staff . . . A.S.U.
43Junior-Senior Girls Learn New
MARY ELLEN KATARSKI ... TERRY KEARNEY. JIM KEEN . . . Bowling Club: JED KEITH
Band Leftermen's Club. Pres.: Football: Basketball: Baseball
N.H.S.. Chaplain: Girls' League. Sr. Rep.; Olympian Staff . . . A.S.U. . . . Medical Missions.
NANCY RUTH KELLY . . .
Tri-Hi-Y; Pom Pon; Home-
coming Queen: Frosh. Home-
coming Attendant; Frosh.
Girl Rep. . . . College.
GLENN KELTY . . . Fencing
. . . College.
ROSE MARIE KENNEDY...
D.E.C.A., Sec.: Jr. Red Cross
. . . College.
MARY FRANCES KENT . .
Pep Club: G.A.A. . . . Col
RALPH KIMBALL . . . Nat'l
Honor Society: Mu Alpha
Theta . . . College. Law.
SUSAN KINCHLOE . . .
Drama Club: "Brigadoon":
"Charlie's Aunt"; "Leave It
To Jane": Transfer—Camel-
44Techniques for Powder Puff Game.
CAROLE KINZLE . . . Olym-
pian Co-Editor; Delta Omega
Tri-Hi-Y. Veep-Treas.; Girls'
League; Quill Scroll;
A.I.P.A. . . . College.
BONNIE KIRCHOFF . . .
X-Club; Safety Council;
dent Council ... U. of A.
JON KLEIN . . . Transfer—
Michigan . . . College,
CAROL KLINE . . . D.E.C.A..
Treas.; Powder Puff Football;
Transfer—Scottsdale High ...
JACK KOPPEN . . . Varsity BARBARA KOS.
Football, Swimming; Letter-
men's Club . . . College, En-
BILL KRAHEN8UHL . . .
Bowling Club . . . College.
CAROL ANN KUCHLER...
Concert Choir; Transfer—
Pennsylvania . . . College.
TIM KUMFER . . . Varsity
Baseball: Lettermen's Club:
Transfer—Indiana . . . Air
. . . G.A.A.; Y-Teens; Pep
Club . . . College, A.S.C.
ELLEN GWEN LACY . . .
Band Lettermen's Club, Sec.,
Veep: Mariner Scouts. Sec..
Veep; Band . . . College.
CANDACE SUSAN LANE...
"Candy" . . . N.H.S.; Girls'
League: Y-Teens: G.A.A.;
Student Senate ... U. of A.
45Berlin, Cuba Crises Spark Student
GREGORY LEE . . . "Greg"
. . . Rocket Club: Del Phi
Hi-Y; Student Senate: Trans-
fer— Brophy . . . College,
U. of A.
LARRY T. LEWIS . . . Stu-
dent Senate: Band: Boys'
Chorus: Transfer—Tucson . . .
DIANE LICHNER . . . G.A.A.
. . . Business School.
BRECK LILLYBLAD . . .
D.E.C.A.: Varsity Track . . .
CLIFFORD NELSON LIND-
BLOM . . . "Kip" . . . "Tho
Man Who Came To Dinner";
"Arsenic and Old Lace" . . .
U. of A.
AL LINDSTROM . . . Koy
Club, Sgt. at Arms: Safety
Council, Pres.: Tennis; Base-
ball . . . College.
MARILYN LUNDIN . . .
"Mimi" . . . X-Club: Drama
Club: Student Senate. Rec.
Sec.; Y-Tcens, Sec.: Girls'
League: Safety Council . . .
TOM LYNCH . . . Letter-
men's Club . . . College.
GE GE MALLON . . . Y-
High . . . College, A.S.C.
46Interest in International Affairs
PHILIP marcacci . . .
Bowling Club; Football;
Transfer—Illinois . . . College.
GARY MASCHNER . . .
Band Lettermen's Club;
Cross Country . . . Navy.
KAY McCURNIN . . . Trans-
fer—Iowa . . . College.
Roberta McDaniel . . .
Girls' Chorus; Transfer—
Phoenix Union ... Jr. Col-
PATRICK SEAN McGINTY
. . . "Pat" . . . Homecoming
King: Football; Lettermen's
Club. Sgt. at Arms; Track
. . . College.
JANE McMASTER . . Y-
Teens; Girls' League:
"Charlie's Aunt"; . . . A.S.U.
ROBERT McWARD . . . Var.
Football. Wrestling; Letter-
men's Club: Trans-Tucson.
MOLLY MEE ... St. Senate.
Chaplain: Girls' League.
Pres.: Sr. Class Trees.; Trans-
Texas ... U. of A.
MARY ANN MERCIER . . .
N.H.S.: Tri-Hi-Y; St. Senate:
Arcadian Staff; Trans-Penn.
. . . College.
47College Representatives, Counselors
CONSTANCE MILES MEU
DELL . . . "Connie” . .
Tri-Hi-Y; Girls' League, Sgt
at Arms; Safety Council
Sec.-Treas.; Tennis . . . Col
JANET MILLER . . . J.E.T.S..
Pres.: N.H.S.: Student Sen-
ate; Mu Alpha Theta. Veep.
Treas. . . . College.
LYNDA MILLER . . . Girls'
League; Transfer—Minn. . . .
EILEEN MONZEL. CAROL MOORE . . . Y- GARY MOORE. PETER MORRIS . . . Trans-
Teens; Girls' League; Safety fer—New Jersey . . . Col-
Council: Olympian Staff; Band: Tennis . . . College. lege. A.S.U.
TERRY MOULTON . . .
J.E.T.S.; Concert Choir;
Transfer—Michigan . . . Col-
REBECCA MUNNS . . . Dra-
ma Club, Pres.; N.H.S.; Stu-
dent Senate: Girls' League,
Sec.; Sr. Class Sec. . . . Col-
ROBERT NAIRN . .
Club: Safety Council
College, U. of A.
48i oke to Seniors and Parents.
MICHAEL NEER . . . J.E.T.S.;
Newspaper Staff; Student
Council: Dramatics . .
Transfer—III. . . . College.
JOHN CHARLES NELSON
. . . Astronomy Club; Trans-
fer—Scottsdale High . . .
TOM NEUS . . . Track; Let-
MICHAEL NEW . . . Rockot
Club: Jr. Engineers Tech.
Society . . . College, Colo-
CAROL NIELSEN . . .
G.A.A.; Y-Teens; Pep Club;
Powder Puff Football . . .
CORKY NORTHROP . . .
Varsity Baseball. Basketball
. . . College, A.S.U.
NANCY O'BRIEN . . . Girls'
High . . . College.
CONNIE OEHLER . . . Bowl-
ing League . . • Business Col-
PEGGY O'GARA ... Key
Club Sweetheart; Safety
Council; Pom Pon; X-Club
. . . College.
LINDA PADOVANI . . .
Girls' League: Y-Teens: Safe-
ty Council; Powder Puff Foot-
ball . . . A.S.U.
THOMAS W. PARKER . . .
Nat'l Honor Soc.: J.E.T.S.;
Lettermen’s Club: Football.
Track: Sr. Class Veep . . .
Nuclear Physics.Red and Blue Days Signify School Spirit
DICK PARRENT . . . Letter-
men's Club: Varsity Football.
Wrestling . . . College. U.
SUSAN PEACOCK . . . Y-
Teens: Art Club; Pep Club
. . . A.S.U.
BILL PEBLER . . . College.
FRED PETERS . . . Astronomy
Club: Rocket Club: Bowling
Club . . . College. Dentistry.
KAREN PETKOVSEK . . .
G.A.A., Veep. Rec. Sec.; Jr.
Red Cross: J.V. Tennis . . .
DONNA PETSCH . . . Y-
Teens; Pep Club: Girls'
League: Powder Puff Foot-
ball . . . Northwestern Uni-
HARL PIKE . . . Fencing;
Nat'l Honor Society . . .
RICKY PINGITORE . . .
Varsity Wrestling: Letter-
men's Club: Transfer—Cen-
MARGRET PITTMAN . . .
Transfer — South Mountain
High . . . College. U. of A.
CHERYL PLEDGER . . .
N.H.S.: Safety Council; Girls'
. . . College. U. of A.
50for a School That’s Best in the West
SHARON POLEN . . . Y-
Tcens: Girls' League: "Char-
lie's Aunt"; "Arsenic and
Old Lace" . . . A.S.U.
LINDA POMEROY . . . X-
Club: Varsity Tennis: Trans-
fer—Bishop's School: Olym-
pian Staff ... U. of A.
JOE PORTER ... Key Club:
Lettermcn's Club: Golf: Stu-
dent Senate ... U. of A.
GIBSON PRATT ... Key
Club: Student Council: Jr.
Class Rep.: Golf: Lettermen's
Club . . . College.
JOHN PROPSTRA . . . Pres.
Frosh Class: Lettermen's
Club. Pres.: Varsity Basket-
ball. Football, Baseball: Key
Club . . . College.
MIKE OUINN . . . Band
Letterman . . . College.
SHARON REARDON . . .
Safety Council. Sec.: Sigma
Beta Chi Tri-Hi-Y, Pres.: Stu-
dent Senate . . . College.
LUCY REBELES . . . Span-
ish Honorary: Bowling Club:
G.A.A.; Transfer—St. Mary's:
JOHN REBESKE ... Art
Club. Pres. . . . A.S.U.
GENE REID . . . Wrestling:
Lettermen's Club . . . Col-
ANN RICHMOND . . .
N.H.S.: Girls' League:
J.E.T.S.: Student Senate:
G.A.A. . . . College. A.S.U.
51Seniors Look Back on 4 Years of
LEE RICHTER . . . Girls' JULIE RICKLICK . . . Bowl- CAROLE ROBINSON . . . R08ERT ROBYN.
League . . . A.S.U. ing Club . . . Beauty School. Fencing; German Award:
Transfer — West High . . .
EVERETT ROLLINS . . . Var-
sity Football. Baseball; Trans-
fer — Tempe High School
. . . College.
DOROTHY VIRGINIA ROS-
SETTI . . . Student Senate;
Safety Council. Sec.: Girls'
League; Tri-Hi-Y; Olympian
Staff . . . A.S.U.
CHERYL ANN SALINA . . .
Y-Teens; Olympian Staff;
G.A.A.; Lamda Sigma Phi;
Transfer—Sunnyslopc . . .
S t u d e nt Senate: Girls'
League: Transfer — South
Mt. High; Cheerleader; Stu-
dent Council; Soph. Class
DONNA JEAN SCHEITLIN
. . . Bowling League: Safety
Council; Y-Teens: Girls'
League . . . College. A.S.U.
. . . Sigma Beta Chi. Pres.:
Student Council. Girl Rep.:
Student Senate; Safety Coun-
cil: Y-Teens . . . College.
LINDA JEAN SCHLOSSNA-
GEL . . . Student Senate;
Y-Teens; Girls' League:
G.A.A.; Transfer — North
High . . . College.
52Achievements, Fun, and Friends
MARY ANN SCHMIDT . . .
Red Cross: Bowling: Arcad-
ian Staff: Quili Sere! . . .
JOHN SCOFIELD ... Mu
Alena Theia: N.H.S.: Key
Club: J.E.T.S.: Band: Wres-
tling . . . College.
MARY KAY SCOTT . .
Chorus . . - Secretary.
PATRIA SCRUGGS ... Art
Club. Pres., Program Mana-
ger; Student Senate: Girls'
League: Transfer — Nevada
. . . College.
PATRICIA ANN SEAR- JOHN SEDERSTROM . . .
GEANT . . . Y-Teens: Tri-Hi- Track . . . A.S.U.
Y; Bowling League: Powder
Puff Football . . . College.
U. of A.
JUDI SHEER . . . Student SANDRA SHELDON,
Senate. Alt.: Girls’ League:
Safety Council: Drama Club:
Y-Teens. Pres.. Trees.: Lemda
Sigma Phi . . . College.
LARRY SHER . . . Drama
Club: "Arsenic and Old
Lace": "One Foot in Heav-
en": Transfer — Ohio. Mich-
igan . . . College.
RICHARD K. SHIELDS . . .
Varsity Football: Student
Senate: Lettermen’s Club:
DeMolay: Fu ure Scientists of
America . . . A.S.C.
HERBERT BRADISH SHOE-
MAKER III . . . Varsity Foot-
ball. Basketball. Baseball:
Lettermen's Club . . . Col-
SANDY SHORE . . . Y-Teens:
Delta Omega: Girls’ League:
G.A.A.: Student Senate . . .
Seniors Anticipate College Careers,
SCOTT SILVER . . . College.
JANICE ANN SISSON . . .
"Jan" . . . Girls' League;
Safety Council; Delta Omega
Tri-Hi-Y; Powder Puff Foot-
ball . . . College. A.S.U.
CAROLEE SLATTERY . . .
D.E.C.A.; Bowling League;
Transfer — New York . . .
CHARLES REED SMISEK
. . . Olympian Staff; Arcad-
ian Staff . . . Politics.
ANDREW SMITH . . . Rock-
et Club. Pres.: J.E.T.S.; Fu-
ture Scientists of America:
Frosh. Football. Basketball
. . . A.S.U.
CAROLE JOY SMITH . . .
D.E.C.A.. Pres.: Transfer —
Camelback High . . . Col-
DIANE SMITH . . . Bowling
League: Twirling; Art Club:
Transfer — Scottsdale High
. . . College.
DICK-SMITH . . . Letter-
men's Club: Football. Track.
Wrestling . . . College.
DON SMITH . . . Bowling
Club: DeMolay: Transfer —
Scottsdale High . . . College.
KATHLEEN SMITH . . .
"Kay" . . . Girls' League:
N.H.S.: Powder Puff Foot-
ball . . . College. A.S.U.
MICHAEL A. SMITH . . .
J.E.T.S.: Tennis . . . College.
54Setting Examples for Underclassmen
MIKE SOLVESKY . . . Wres-
tling: Lettermen's Club . . .
LEIGH SQUIRES . . . Trans-
fer—S. Dakota . . . College.
MARY MARGARET STAL-
NAKER . . . Girls' League:
Frosh. Class Treas.: Sigma
Beta Chi Tri-Hi-Y; Transfer—
Scottsdale High . . . A.S.U.
JOHN STEELE . . . J.E.T.S.:
Spanish Honorary: Basketball:
Transfer — Scottsdale High
. . . College.
DWIGHT L. STUART . . .
GARY SWIFT . . . Letter-
men’s Club: B.A.A.; Varsity
Football: Golf Team . . .
College, Oregon State.
DENISE TAYLOR . . . Ar-
cadian Co-Editor; Pep Club:
Safety Council: Y-Teens . . .
U. of A.
ROBERT C. TEMPLE . . .
Key Club: Lettermen's Club:
Varsity Football. Baseball.
Basketball . . . College.
MARY RUTH TEMPLIN . . .
Orchestra: Plays: Transfer—
Penna. . . . College.
55Annual "Senioritis” Grips Class of ’63
JOHN THOMAS ... As-
tronomy Club: Var. Cross-
Country. Track . . . A.S.U.
LINDA THOMPSON . . .
D.E.C.A.: Bowling League:
Transfer — Scottsdale High
. . . College.
DIANE TINNEY . . . Fencing:
Transfer—West High . . .
JOAN TOMICH . . . "Jo-
an!" . . - Pep Club: Spanish
Club: Transfer — Missouri
. . . College.
MARILYN TOWSLEY . . .
N.H.S.; Girls' League: Pep
Club: G.A.A.: Y-Teens: Tri-
Hi-Y; Student Senate: Var.
Tennis . . . U.S.C.
JOHNNY TROST . . . Bas-
ketball: Spanish Club: Bowl-
ing: Drama Club: Transfer—
Virginia . . . College.
LINDA TUREK . . . Student
Senate: Y-Tecns; Transfer —
Scottsdale High: Tri-Hi-Y
. . . College. U. of A.
PEGGY TYRA . . . X-Club.
NANCIE VOGEL . . . Girls'
League: Transfer — Minne-
sota . . . College. A.S.U.
CHALICE VOLKMAR . . .
"Cug" . . . D.E.C.A.; Bowl-
ing League . . . College.
BILL WAMSLEY . . . Olym-
pian Staff: Key Club: Stu-
dent Senate: Transfer—Mon-
tana . . . Montana Stato Uni-
56as Their Graduation Day Nears
MARILYN WASH . . .
D.E.C.A. . . . Gregg's Busi-
WILLIAM WATERMAN . . .
Drama Club; "Leave It To
Jane"; . . . "8rigadoon";
"Charlie's Aunt" . . . Col-
ELIZABETH WEBER . . .
"Beth" . . . Drama Club.
Sec.: Concert Choir; "Brig-
adoon"; "Charlie's Aunt”;
"Leave It To Jane" . . . Dra-
SUSANNE E. WELLS . . .
Y-Teens: G.A.A.; Spanish
Club: Transfer — California
. . . College.
PAUL ED WELSH . . . Frosh.
J.V. Football: Var. Basketball
Manager . . . College.
RICHARD WHEELOCK . . .
"Skid" . . . A.S.U., Engineer-
MARY WHITEHEAD . . .
D.E.C.A.; Transfer — Texas;
. . . College.
FRANK WHITESIDE . . .
Bowling Club; Titan Band;
Band Letterman; Transfer—
Oregon . . . A.S.U.
MARTY WILLIAMS . . .
Thespians. Treas.; Safety
Council. Sec.: Y-Teens: Girls’
League; Olympian Co-Edi-
tor; Drama Club; Student
Sen. Alt.; Transfer — Ind.
. . . U. of A.
JIM WILSON . . . DeMolay
. . . College, A.S.U.
PATTY WINEGART . . .
Girls' League . . . A.S.U. or
LONA WINKELMAN . . .
Girls' Chorus: D.E.C.A.;
Teens Against Cancer . . .
57Baccalaureate, Commencement, Golden
PRAIRIE WITKAMP . . .
Girls' League . . . School in
CRAIG WOODWARD . . .
Wrestling . . . Industrial
LYNDA WYNN . . . G.A.A.;
Bowling Club; Concert Choir;
Pep Club; Girls' League . . .
U. of A.
MARTAINE WYNN . . .
Chorus; Sigma Beta Tri-Hi-
Y . . . College, A.S.U.
DORIS ANN ZESIGER . . .
Y-Teens: Pep Club: Drama
Club; Tennis: Chorus; "Curi-
ous Savage": "Charlie's
Aunt"; Student Senate: "Ar-
senic and Old Lace" . . .
JOHN D. ZIEGLER . . .
SCOn ZIMMERMAN . . .
DeMolay . . . A.S.U., Ma-
LUCILLA ZINGALE . . .
"Lucy" . . . Girls' League
. . . Phx. College.
BARBARA ANNE BEHAN
. . . Girls' League; Cheer-
leader: French Club: Sigma
Beta Chi; Transfer — Judson
. . . U. of A.
5ftMemories for Departing Seniors
VINCENT CARTER . . . JULIE ANN DURRELL . . . BILL LAMUTH JOHN MacDONALD . . .
J.E.T.S.; Lettermen's Club; X-Club; Safety Council, Key Club. Chaplain; Letter-
Varsity Wrestling . . . A.S.U., Veep: Sigma Beta Chi Tri- men's Club; Varsity Football
Engineering. Hi-Y; Student Senate Alt.; College, U. of A. . . . College.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS . .
Charlotte Schilling, Girl Rep.; Mol
ly Mee, Treas.; Becky Munns, Sec.
Tom Parker,'Vice-Pres.; Mike Neer
Boy Rep.; Dave Herskovits, Pres.
SENIOR SPONSORS . . . Mrs.
Stafford and Mr. Baltz discuss
plans for Senior Week Activi-
596061Junior Class Officers and Sponsors
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS . . . Seated: Sue Orth. Vice-President: Elaine Ong. Secretary: Merry McGwire, Girl Rep.; Robin Houston,
Treasurer. Standing: Art Piccinati, President; Frank Vaughn. Boy Rep.
JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS. Mrs. Eleanor Upton and James Byrlcit. dis-
cuss plans for raising money for the Junior-Senior Prom.
The Junior Class started off this year with
a bang, with the Powder Puff football game
bringing out the tiger in Junior girls. Dur-
ing the annual Junior Twirp Week, the Jun-
ior Class officers and sponsors collaborated
to further student participation. The Jun-
iors also promoted candy sales to finance
the Prom, and the foreign exchange stu-
dent. The Junior-Senior Prom highlighted
the year, as enthusiastic Juniors looked for-
ward to their senior year.Juniors Start Off Year With a Bang!
63Powder Puff Game Bring
Jim ChristensenOut the Tiger in Junior Girls
Mary Ellen Clare
65Juniors Promote Candy Sales to
Mary Lou Eskridge
Mary Lou Evans
66Finance Prom and Exchange Student
67Arcadia Girls Foot the Bill
Raenell LandtieldDuring Annual Junior Twirp Week
69Junior Class Sponsors and Officers
70Make Plans for Senior Year
71Gala Prom Highlights Activity
John Van Reusen
72Filled Year for Junior Class
Mary Jo Stewart
73Viewing Senior Year With Enthusiasm
74Soph. Class Officers and Sponsors
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS . . . Seated: Audrey Dalassandro, Girl Rep.: Jackie Lindstrcm, Secretary; Laurie Salisbury, Treasurer.
Standing: Andy Ambrose, Vice-President; Tuck Stephenson. Boy Rep.; Randy Wright. President.
The 1963 Sophomore Class displayed all-
around spirit by selling pennants before the
football games to boost their class treas-
ury. Since this was their second year at Ar-
cadia, the high school routine seemed to
be "old hat" to returning Sophomores. The
Sophomore Class rated high in all academ-
ic achievements, as they laid the founda-
tions of a rewarding high school career.
The Junior year is truly in sight for the
Sophomores of 1963.
SOPHOMORE CLASS SPONSORS, Mrs. Patricia Settlemoir and Joe -Col-
lingnon, get together to discuss possible future plans for the Class of 1965.
751963 Sophomore Class Displays
Hallie Von Ammon
Donna Jean Barker
76All-Around School Spirit
77Pennant Sales Before Football
78Games Boost Class Treasury
79High School Routine Seems to be
80'Old Hat” to Returning Sophomores
81Laying the Foundations of a
Jerry Van Heusen
James Van Houten
82Rewarding High School Career
Patty Kidv ell
83Sophomore Class Rates High
Mary Jo Martin
84in All Academic Achievements
85Wright, Ambrose, Lindstrom,
Jim Pea re
86Salisbury Lead Class of ’65
87Victory Dance Makes Money
Mary Ann Shall
88to Cover Yearly Expenditures
Nancy St. Clair
Mary Jane St. Thomas
89Junior Year Clearly in Sight
90for Enterprising Sophomores
91Frosh Class Officers and Sponsors
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS . . . Standing: Frank Bostock, Treasurer: Johnny Guthrie. Vice-President; Tom Cooley. Boy Rep.; Chuck
James. President. Seated: Susan Tonner, Secretary; Adele Piccinati. Girl Rep.
MRS. HELEN FISHER AND ERNIE BULLARD. Freshman Class sponsors,
look over past and possible future achievements of the Class of ‘66.
The Freshman Class of 1966 included 450
students from Scottsdale Elementary
Schools. Although classes, teachers, and
routines were new to this class with a spark-
ling future, they participated in every phase
of school activities. As the Freshmen set
their goals, they became part of Arcadia.
We are proud of them, and look forward
to new leadership, spirit, and attitudes with
the upcoming Class of '66.Fledgling Class Makes Good!
Mary Ann Birney
93450 Freshmen Come to Arcadia
Randee Sue Block
94From Scottsdale Elementary Schools
95109Fun, Enthusiasm, Sportsmanship
With intense concentration. Coach Anderson and
Coach Hendricks watch a play from the sidelines.
Looking at the scoreboard from outside the A.S.U. stadium, one
gets the impression that someone is giving a pretty good licking.
Arcadia was giving it (39) and Flagstaff was taking it (6) as shown
by this beginning of fourth quarter score.
Chuck Butler is caught on the goalpost while decorat-
ing it for a game.
noArcadia Is as Big as Its Students
With the coming of winter, students "imported" a truckload
of snow to the snowless valley. Arcadia was greatly surprised
by this "gift."
At the last basketball game of the
season, the Pom Pon Girls were given
corsages in appreciation of their hard
work and loyalty. Charlotte Schilling,
Barb Haupt, and Marcia Harrington
pin corsages on Connie Clark and
Nancy Hoyer while Linda Jamison
The yearbook staff worked diligently to put out the year-
book by the deadline. Nick Karales, Marty Williams. Dor-
othy Rossetti, Mary Katarski, Bill Walmsley and Linda
Pomeroy pool their resources to complete a page.
IllStudent Council Represents
Tom Cooley. Adele Piccinati. Chuck James
Randy Wright. Audry Dalcssandro, Tuck Stephenson
Art Piccinati. Merry McGwire, Frank Vaughan
Dave Herskovits. Charlotte Schilling. Mike Neer
Senior RepresentativesStudents in an Expanding World
STUDENT COUNCIL, representing the student body of Ar-
cadia, promoted extra school spirit, and carried the name
of Arcadia throughout the state. Besides sponsoring the
Student Council District Workshop, members attended the
Student Council Convention. There were also several rep-
resentatives to the National Conference of Christians and
During the football season, Student Council members were
extremely active. In addition to presenting pep assemblies,
they sold Titan ribbons, sponsored the game tags, and dec-
orated the goal posts. The successful Mesa Motorcade and
the Homecoming ceremonies and dance were also Student
Council activities. As a special touch, telegrams were sent
to the team before each game. When play-offs came, there
was a huge bonfire rally at the stadium. The Council also
made it possible to light up an "A" on Tempe butte with
flares, and to signal each touchdown with a sky-rocket.
Donald Penfield and the Student Council officers: George
Durham, President; Liza Bean. Vice-President; Cindy Johnson,
Secretary; Marcia Harrington, Treasurer; Barbara Haupt,
In an active session, members discuss student government re-
113Senate Reaches More Students
STUDENT SENATE . . . Front Row: Mr. Penfield. Sponsor: Chuck Butler. Vice-President; Molly Mee, Chaplain:
Mimi Lundin. Recording Secretary: Diane Propstra. Corresponding Secretary: Stephanie Salomone, Susy Tonner.
Betty Smith, Patti Geiger, Gretchen Sternberg, Corey Winters. Row Two: Janet Miller, Nancy Rose, Becky Munns,
Frank Bostock, Johnny Guthrie, Paul Caliendo, Gail Zenobi. Tibby Jones. Molly Spooner, Laney Brown, Lucy
Stidham. Back Row: Haven Peters, Lorraine Smith. Landra 8rinton. Liz Kirchcr, Chris Salomone, Linda Turek,
Laurie Salisbury, Karen Olson, Dorothy Rossetti.
STUDENT SENATE, in its second year of activity, be-
came an important part of Arcadia student govern-
ment. It provided an organization through which stu-
dents could participate more actively in student gov-
ernment. Along with Student Council, the Senate
helped with the homecoming dance and half-time cere-
monies. Other projects, some in conjunction with Stu-
dent Council, were carried out successfully. As the
main project of the year, a fund to bring a foreign
exchange student to Arcadia was started.
Student Senate consisted of a representative elected
from each second hour class. Senators met weekly to
discuss student problems and activities. Through ac-
tivities, the student is brought closer to Student Council
and the Administration.
STUDENT SENATE . . . Front Row: Barb Trester. Robyn Houston. Joan Bauer, Jacquelyn Lindstrom, Nancy
Cameron, Betty Lawlus, Connie Lancaster, Linda Schlossnagel. Toni Wanic, Karen Sarten, Penny Jones, Ann
Armatis, Jeanne Huvelle. Row Two: Linda Barnes. Judy Hickman, Lyn Faught, Janet Winkler, Leslie Avant,
Andy Ambrose. Jim Allen. Gage Putnam Linda Kay Jamison. Ann Richmond. Sandy Shore, Sue Orth. Back Row:
Mike Turek. Richard Shields. LeRoy Gaintncr, Larry Lewis. Dave Dreblow, Bill Wamsley. Ron MacDonald, Paul
Hapip, Bill Hoffman, Leonard Aron.
114Honor Students Form Active Clubs
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY . . . Front Row: Mr. Collignon. Sponsor; Connie Clark, Kay Smith, Sandy Sheldon, Laurie Retter,
Barbara Haupt, President: Kay Benzel. Vice-President; Becky Munns. Secretary; Ralph Kimball. Treasurer; Mary Katarski, Chaplain;
Gloria Grimditch. Dave Herskovits, Nancy Rose. Joan Chance. Row Two: Harl Pike, Lynn Fulbrecht, Kay Johnson, Janet Miller, Candy
Lane, Janet Dunfce, Marcia Harrintgon. Mary Ann Mercier, Nancy Hammond. Bob Christensen, Joe Caudle. George Durham. Back
Row: Jim Bly, John Scofield. Gene Griffith. LeRoy Gaintner. Tom Parker. Ann Richmond, Cheryl Pledger, Marilyn Towsley, Cindy John-
son. Liza Bean.
What could be more appropriate than honor students
selling books? As a fund-raising project, NATIONAL
HONOR SOCIETY members sold paper-back books
pertaining to subjects the students were studying. As
the year went by, more students who met the standards
of citizenship, leadership, scholarship, and service were
admitted. At a special assembly at the close of the
year, several Sophomores of exceptional calibre were
selected to join the honorary club.
6 No Hable Espanol? Then you can not be a member of
the SPANISH HONORARY CLUB. Open to students
who received a "I" in advanced Spanish, the club gave
an opportunity to practice language skills in everyday
situations. At their meetings, which were conducted
entirely in Spanish, they studied books not regularly
available to them. They also conducted skits, complete
SPANISH HONORARY CLUB . . . Front Row: Mr. Heywood, Sponsor; Mr. Gibbons. Sponsor; Pat Fabeny. Secretary; Leslie Smith.
President: Beth Green, Vice-President; Shirlcc Emery. Historian; Elaine Balia. Sheila Tucker. Suzanne Miller. Joan Chance. Karen Reid.
Lisa Heath. Row Two: Randy Wright. Mike Turek, Nick Nicholson. Coleman Hoyt. Gloria Grimditch. Sue Adams. Lee Blatt, Ann Hayden.
Sharon Croft. Barbara Jordan, Kay Summey. Bruce Johnson. Back Row: Bill Summons. Richard Haefelmann, Jim Tingwald, John Steele.
Danny Walker. John Reger, Pamela Burke. Gage Putnam. Barbara Hardy. Susan Ouren. Ron Harmon, Craig Bemis.
115Bowling, D.E.C.A. Clubs Spark Interest
BOWLING CLUB . . . Front Row: Mr. Johnson. Sponsor; Robyn Cummings. Treasurer; Larry Hibler. Vice-President; Elaine Ong. Presi-
dent; Frank Hamilton. Secretary; Vance Cole, Sergeont-at-Arms. Row Two: Mary Hiegel, Lucy Rebeles, Christie Bostock. Lynn Davis,
Patty Kidwcll, Rich Peterson. John Benjamin, Kay Summcy. Sue Blozok, Susan Savittieri, Patty Scargeant. Row Three: Pat Webber,
Estelle Speros, Cindy Wicrschcm, Connie Ochlcr, Diane Smith, Lynda Wynn, Frank Whiteside, Don Snyder, Ronald Finch, Dennis
Benzing, Ron Daley. Back Row: Jeffrey Young, Mike Braden, Glenn Kapncr, Richard Penquite, Jerry Glover, Bob Smith, Richard
Charland, Mark Thomson, Randy Baker, Terry Benzing, Greg Gibbons. Dick Richardson.
Another gutterball! Well, it's all part of the game. In
order to improve their averages, students formed the
BOWLING CLUB. Another purpose was to provide
competition and experience. Naturally, the main reason
Bowling Club has so many members is that bowling
is fun! If you forget the gutterballs and "almost-strikes,"
you will find that this game relieves tension and utterly
relaxes you. Also, for uncoordinated people, bowling
improves grace, coordination, lumbago, and your danc-
ing. As Bowling Club members have found, bowling
is a modern-day cure-all!
D.E.C.A. . . . Front Row: Mrs. Pettie. Sponsor; Rose Marie Kennedy. Secretary;
Carol Smith, Vice-President; Ron Balliett, President; Carol Kline. Treasurer; Linda
Thompson, Parliamentarian. Row Two: Marie French, Sandy Box. Chalice Volkmar,
Carolee Slattery. Back Row: Marilyn Wash. Mary Whitehead, Bob Christensen,
Don Aden, Breck Lillyblad, Stuart Pettycrew.
Busy as the proverbial bee, that’s what
D.E.C.A. was! As the members worked in
various retailing and wholesaling jobs,
they gathered "honey" (pronounced
money) as well as invaluable experience.
Because of the on-the-job training
D.E.C.A. members received, they were
better prepared to enter their particular
field of interest upon graduation. Also,
experience in business transactions made
it possible to conduct all money-making
projects so that they realized the greatest
profit in every venture. The importance
of D.E.C.A. to the individual members
was realized by each, for they received
the rewards of meeting and working with
new people, and sharing many new ex-
116Fine Arts Groups Lent Culture
DRAMA CLUB. . . Front Row: Mr. Deppe. Sponsor: Chuck Emery, Vice-President: Beth Weber, Secretary: Becky Munns, President;
Andy Owen, Vickie Elson, Sue Applebaum, Marty Williams, Randee Sue Block. Mary Stalnaker, Jean Weber. Janine Volkmar. Row
Two: Judi Sheer, Karen Kleinz, Estelle Speros, Mimi Lundin, Ruth Clark, Nancy Hammond, Krcstcn Oden, Clifford Lindblom, Roger
Sheer, Sheila Goldman, Steve Spielberg. Brian Schwinghamer. Back Row: Bill Holmber, Cherie Butler, Rick Cook, Sherry Missner.
Dan McNamara, Wayne Green, Miranda Collet, Clark John, Paul Rowe.
To boost actors’ morale, the Drama Club served
donuts after the dress rehearsal for each play. The
hardworking cast and crew looked forward to the
treat supplied by this forward-looking group. In addi-
tion to eating extra donuts, various members worked
backstage on props and lighting while other members
had acting parts in the plays. All this was for the
If you draw, paint, or just like to dabble,
you belong in the Art Club. They worked
in every medium from chalk to oils in
their various projects. For the Girls'
League Christmas Prom, they made 60
feet of murals. Their chalk drawings de-
picted various outdoor winter scenes in
blues and lavenders. They also made
posters for the First National Bank,
which were displayed at the Valley Ho
Hotel. Concert posters were another
project. With all the experience and
training, Arcadia could well have a
future Van Gogh or Picasso.
purpose of becoming acquainted with the theater—
understanding drama and gaining a working apprecia-
tion of theatrics. Drama members also read many
plays and worked on skits during the year to gain more
experience and knowledge of types of plays and
ART CLUB . . . Front Row: Mrs. Burrell. Sponsor; John Sheets. Vice-President;
Kothy Falk. Sergeant-at-Arms; John Robeske. President; Darlene Wright, Secretary:
Carol Tomkins, Historian. Back Row: Sandy Baldridge, Publicity Chairman; Sue
Roper, Jerald Cuckler, Larry Brooks. Andy Owen, Patria Scruggs, Program
Chairman; Cathie Ferguson.Tri-Hi-Y’s Spread Good Fellowship
DELTA OMEGA TRI-HI-Y . . . Front Row: Mrs. Hahn. Sponsor; Miclci McFadden. Connie Clark, Chaplain; Betsy Hodges.
Sergeant-at-Arms; Barb Haupt. President; Lois Elliott. Secretary; Jerri Draney. Treasurer: Carol Kinzle. Vice-President;
Merry McGwire, Historian; Mary Ann Mcrcicr, Bobbie Davis. Row Two: Janet Walmsley. Joan Bauer, Robyn Houston.
Betsy Samson, Pam Knight, Connie Meudell, Sharon Farmer. Susan Savittieri. Jeanni Brown, Alexis Karales. Back Row: Gayle
Schafberger, Molly Mce. Sue Burdette. Susie Edwards. Jeannie Jorgenson. Karen Olson, Sue Orth. Carol Stromme. Sandy
Shore. Audrey Delessandro. Cindy Johnson.
Car oil, eggs, shortening, molasses, and vaseline were
flying through the air in early October as DELTA
OMEGA TRI-HI-Y held its annual initiation. Delta
members made red and blue Titan yarn dolls for lapels
as one of their initial projects. Numerous devotional
services, combined with cook-outs, were held in con-
junction with other clubs. In the Spring, Delta selected
new members by having the girls write letters of quali-
Well, I never! Seniors licking lollipops! I’ll bet SIGMA
BETA CHI TRI-HI-Y is behind this. Yes, in order to
earn money to help a needy family at Christmastime,
resourceful members found a project that boosted
school spirit as well as being a “sure fire" money raiser.
Titan lollipop sales were not the only projects, for
“Fight" signs and service projects were also part of the
Sigma Beta program.
SIGMA BETA CHI TRI-HI-Y . . . Front Row: Mrs. Johnson. Sponsor; Nancy Drcschler, Chaplain; Gloria Eklund. Treasurer;
Kay Benzel, Vice-President; Charlotte Schilling. President; Mimi Lundin, Secretary; Linda Ferguson. Historian; Jody John-
son. Sergeant-at-Arms: Julie Lupton, Nancy Kelly. Row Two: Darolyn Coffman. Sue Blazok, Jolene Olsen. Andrea Emmons.
Dorothy Rossetti. Nancy Hoyer, Marcia Harrington, Sharon Reardon, Mary Stalnaker. Laurie Retter. Back Row: Donnella
Cole. Jane Bechtol, Ann Hayden, Joan Chance. Kristy Brennan. Julie Durrell, Rita Call. Patty Seargeant, Janet Dunfce,
Shirley Beauchamp. Linda Ambrose.
118Safety, Key Clubs Stress Service
SAFETY COUNCIL . . . Front Row: Mr. Amerson. Sponsor: Al Lindstrom. President: Nelson Burns. Vice-President; Connie
Meudell. Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer; Marty Williams. Recording Secretary; Charlotte Schilling, Barb Haupt, Marcia
Harrington. Dorothy Rossetti. Betsy Hodges. Row Two: Denise Taylor. Donna Scheitlin. Mary Ann Mercier, Robyn Houston.
Julie Durrell. Mimi Lundin. Eileen Monzel. Marilyn Towsley. Donna Simser. Back Row: Michael Dick. Bill Baumann. Chuck
Butler. Bob Nairn. Richard Shields. Ron MacDonald. Bill Wamsley. Cheryl Pledger.
Promoting such things as driving with your eyes open
and receiving points for not hitting pedestrians.
SAFETY COUNCIL proceeded to rid our campus of
"not-so-hot-shot" drivers. At an assembly early in the
year, a movie recounting the tragedy that lies in store
for careless drivers was shown. Safety was made into
a good quality by the efforts of members working
ceaselessly throughout the year.
Which club has the largest percentage of front door
keys? Maybe it's KEY CLUB, but we wouldn't swear to
it! But for their great service during the past year,
Key Club deserves the key to the community. By
working at the Crippled Children's Hospital, they pro-
moted a project that would never be forgotten by
those they worked with and helped. Boosting school
Dance. The proceeds from their many activities went to
morale, a Slave Sale was held at the annual Spring
the "Dollar for a Scholar" fund.
KEY CLUB . . . Front Row: John MacDonald, Chaplain: Chuck Butler. Vice-President; LeRoy Gaintner. President; Dave Hers-
kovits, Treasurer; Rick Wood, Secretary; Al Lindstrom. Sergeant-at-Arms. Row Two: Don Snyder. Rick Peterson. Bob Nairn.
Joe Porter. Pat McGinty, Sam Bartaluzzi, Ron MacDonald, Mike Rampy. Tuck Stephenson. Row Three: John Florez, Ray Chen-
hall. Bill Hoffman. Brady Vogel, Gibson Pratt. Andy Ambrose, Jim Mercier. Frank Ziska, Tim Dietz. Back Row: Tom Farmer.
Frank Vaughan, Steve Cameron. Powers DuVall. Richard Shields. Dana Woudenberg. Bill Wamsley. Gene Griffith, Tom Foster,
119G.A.A. Sponsors Intramural Sports
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION . . . Front Row: Janet Haney. Speedaway Manager; Candy Green. Badminton; Sue Roper, Basket-
ball Manager; Jane Adams, Corresponding Secretary; Donna Simser. President; Robyne Leatzow, Recording Secretary; Sherry Clemens,
Publicity Chairman; Lyn Faught, Junior Representative; Sandy Baldridge. Senior Representative: Lynda Verner, Sophomore Representa-
tive; Karen Tinney, Sports Manager; Linda Kleinz, Volleyball Manager. Row Two: Adele Piccinati, Sarah Smith, Beck Ehrsam, Becky
Johnson, Jan Brown, Anita Haddy, Danie Mueller, Kathy Etchells, Rosemary Deloian, Carol Ostermeycr, Cindy Skalak, Martha Dooley,
Susan Manning, Rhonda Wright, Pam Henson. Louside Romney, Regina Lanser, Shirley Byrd. Judy Conner, Jeanne Huvclle, Marilyn
Allen. Sandy Swedlaund. Betsy Pierce. Back Row: Donna Zwaanstra, Nancy Freestone. Shirley Jones, Margaret Davis, Elaine Guffey,
Linda Duggan, Margaret Peyou, Alice O’Brien, Pat DeBerge, Frances Christmas, Mary Forrest.
Strike four! You're in—GAA! Arcadia girls got to-
gether for sports play-days every Saturday, and had
intramural team competition every Wednesday. Pro-
viding girls with organized exercise was one of the most
important functions of GAA. It provides the perfect
solution to President Kennedy's "Youth Fitness" plea.
A variety of sports, one for each taste, was offered.
Ranging from basketball to ping pong, each was
thoroughly enjoyed, regardless of skill. For excepfionally
active members, letter sweaters could be earned. Not
to be overlooked are the qualities of teamwork, loyalty,
and sportmanship acquired through an activity such
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION . . . Front Row: Cheryl Vanderslicc. Connie Deschler. Carol Inscho, Erlinda Villarreal. Eileen Saper.
Linda Edwards, Susy Tonner, Julie Ragland, Laura Williams. Betty Scott, Barbara Sheeley, Bobbie Dayis, Judy Smith. Carole Sheer.
Marilyn Smith. Judy Reynolds. Row Two: Kay Norris, Margaret Webb, Patti Goodman, Niar Wall. Terrie Smith, GlenAnn Wood Karen
Erickson, Lynda Sigmundson, Sharon Ohms. Dana Overmier. Anne Nairn, Diane Grady. Marilyn Elliott. Carolyn Elliott. Back Row;
Pat Wilson. Rosalind Graham. Susie Dick, Michele O'Connor. Barbara Stanton, Ann Richmond. Christina Weir, Carolyn Blakely, Jane
Pearson. Reita Weingartner. Terri Bradley. Bonnie Mitchell. Nancy Myklestad.
120Y-Teens, Biology Club Contribute
Y-TEENS . . . Front Row: Sharon Haddy, Nancy Havighurst, Treasurer: Sandy Shore. Vice-President; Mimi Lundin. Secretary: Judi
Sheer, President: Karla Jennings, Chaplain; Mary Jo Stewart. Carol Nielsen. Marty Williams. Laura Williams. Carol Hoffman. Row
Two: Nancy Lamson. Kathy Washburn. Estelle Speros. Nancy Cameron. Linda Schlossnagel, Candy Lane, Nancy Benneson, Linda Turek.
Betty Scott. Jane Pearson. Susan Savittieri. Bobbi Carroll. Row Three: Valerie Chadderdon. Leslie Brice. Elaine Ong. Susie Cameron. Ja
Montgomery. Donna Petsch, Barbara Barolet, Darlene Wright. Shari Hume, Doris Zesiger, Patty Gardner. Back Row: Barbara Trcster.
Donna Scheitlin, Nancy Counts, Ann Bishop. Tina Clark, Beth Green. Pat Carey. Lyn Faught, Gail Roschival. Lynn Sigman, Sharon Polen.
Boys, if you want help washing your cars, ask a
Y-Teens member. After their car wash, they have the
experience. They are experienced at raising money,
too. On Halloween, members marched in the fund-
raising drive for UNICEF. Y-Teens also made turkey
party favors for the children at the Gompers Clinic.
As their largest project, they organized Teens Against
Cancer as part of their club.
Cacti and sagebrush, along with man-eating plants
and plant-eating plants, were part of the many un-
usual forms of life that became familiar to members
of the Biology Club when they took their trip to the
Boyce Thompson Southwest Arboretum. They also
visited the new Arizoo, where the elephant, giraffe,
and the Children's Zoo held the most interest for
BIOLOGY CLUB . . . Front Row: Mr. Odell, Sponsor; Mrs. Settlemoir, Sponsor: Susan Cameron. Secretary; Alexis Karales. President:
Nancy Cameron. Treasurer; Karen Kleinz, Janine Volkmar, Patty Kidwell, Lorraine Smith, Gary Lohman, Mia Ditson, Kathy Larson.
Row Two: Priscilla Gentry, Elaino Guffey. Charlotte Kamstra, Shirley Surgener. Kathy Rose, Karen Reid, Cathie Ferguson, Steve
Spellman. Ann Bennet. Carolyn Elliott, Cheryl Kyff. Back Row: Sandy Trapp, Carol Gieszl, Mary Rimsza, Donald Adams, Bill Bly.
Dick Mickle, Jackie Bleyer, Greg Gibbons, Jeremy Brown. Leslie Avant.
121Lettermen Lead Lively Lives
LETTERMEN’S CLUB . . . Front Row: Mr. Hendricks, Sponsor: Terry Kearney. Chaplain; John Propstra, President: Pat McGinty. Ser-
geant-at-Arms; Dave Herskovits, Secretary-Treasurer; Corky Hilsabeck, Vice-President; Steve Rhoades. Mike Solvesky, Truck Smith. Jay
Rondeau. Tom Goudie. Row Two: Richy Pingitore, Gene Reid. Bob Cady. Bill Johnson, Chuck Butler. Gibson Pratt, Nelson Burns.
Dick Parent, John MacDonald, Brad Shoemaker, Sam Bartiluzi, Terry Juntti, Dick Smith. Tom Lynch. Row Throe: Mike Murphy, Rick
Christmas. Tom Neus, Tom Parker, Richard Shields. Joe Porter, Bill Lamuth, Vincent Carter. Bill Farmer. Nickie Nichols. vPeff Smith.
Back Row: Brad Morfiit. Ed Biszantz. Charles Tharp. Powers DuVall, LeRoy Gaintner, Bob Bertelsen. Tim Kumfer, Larry Clarke. Dana
Woudenberg, Jack Koppen, Gary Swift. Nick Karales.
"It can't be done!" moans John Propstra, president of
LETTERMEN’S CLUB, as girls of all ages ask him how
they can become members. He regretfully states that
the primary qualifications of being a male is still in ef-
fect. As far as anyone knows, there are no plans to ad-
mit any girls in the near futitre, even though it would
increase the attendance of present members. High on
the list of annual activities is the traditional Spring
initiation. Burlap underwear, frequent paddlings, and
public declarations of loyalty to the club are just a few
of the common sights. At the Lettermen's fall dance
a new tradition was started. Keeping off of the "A"
on the gym floor v as enforced with gusto by an exu-
berant militia of members. Members also ushered at
the Girls' League Fall Convention held at Arcadia.
No, that isn't a faded athletic sweater. He
belongs to the BAND LETTERMEN'S CLUB!
The blue letter sweaters were seen only oc-
casionally on campus, for only a select few
earned the privilege to wear them. Members
started the year off with a money-making-
spirit-boosting sweatshirt sale. Only members
of the band could buy the attractive, royal
blue shirts with "Titan Band" written in huge
letters. During the concert season, the club
promoted interest in semi-classical music with
big posters. When the band went on tour dur-
ing the Phoenix Rodeo, they plastered huge
signs on the buses telling the world that
"We're from Arcadia!" The annual "surprise"
party for Mr. Brooks closed the year's activity
with a bang.
BAND LETTERMEN’S CLUB . . . Front Row: Mr. Brooks. Sponsor; Mary
Katarski, President; Ellen Lacy. Vice-President; Sharon Farmer, Secretary-
Treasurer. Row Two: Beverly Wilcox, Linda Plotkin, Publicity Chairman; Mike
Quinn. Program Chairman; Gloria Eklund. Lois Elliott. Back Row: Bill Cctti.
Gary Maschner. John Reger. Fred Granzow.
122Fencing, Rocket Clubs Add Variety
After being accepted into the
French Foils, novice fencers were
rewarded at the initiation party.
During the year, they had fencing
meets with several schools. Among
these were A.S.U., Chandler, and
Tucson. The most interesting meet
was held in Mexico. After all the
bouts, they had parties to cele-
brate. At the state tournament on
February 16, the French Foils took
nine of the twelve trophies. They
lost one each to Glendale, U. of
A., and Eastern Arizona Junior Col-
lege. During the French Foils' first
year, they created an outstanding
record. They have maintained it
through the excellent coaching of
Mrs. Howard and a will to excel.
FRENCH FOILS . . . Front Row: Randy Sue Block. Jcanine Volkmar Susan Tonner. Susan
Tryee. Sandy Stephenson. Carol Walleck. Row Two: Mrs. Howard. Sponsor; Karen Oat.s
Nancy Sutton. Donnella Cole. Cathy Ferguson. Sharyn Galway. Row Three: Jerry Glover.
Mike Galway. John Davis. Jerry Cuckler. Row Four: Chuck Case. Warren M.ller. Andy Owen.
John Chase. Paul Hapip. Back Row: Rick Cook, Charles Hap.p. Dave Franke. Glen Kelty.
ROCKET CLUB . . . Front Row: Mr. Hurn. Sponsor; Andrew Smith, President; Mike New. Vice-
President; Neil Salmi, Secretary-Treasurer. Row Two: Bruce Pettycrew, James Van Houten. John
Berry, Robert Cronshey, Kim Bruce, Leonard McFord. Back Row: David McNulty, Ronald Carter,
Rick Brown, Stephen Davis, Rick Cook, Tom Davis, Rick Schwarze.
The objectives of the club
are to gain valuable tech-
nical knowledge and exper-
ience in rocket construc-
tion, performance, and fu-
els; and to participate ac-
tively in this field by actual
launchings. There have been
six launchings which were
conducted with absolute
seriousness and caution.
Going against predictions,
the club has had no serious
accidents. Launching facili-
ties located north of Scotts-
dale consist of a block-
house, near and far obser-
vation centers, a launch
pad, electronic remote fir-
ing mechanism, and an elec-
trical communications sys-
123Math, Science Important for Future
J.E.T.S. . . . Front Row: Devon Showley, Sponsor; Dave Elson. Treasurer: LeRoy Gaintner, Vice-President; Janet Miller,
President; Nancy Hammond. Librarian; Nancy Rose, Secretary. Row Two: John MacDonald, Harvey Sadacca, Dave
Herskovits, Gene Griffith, Mike Smith, Joe Caudle. Terry Monlton, Gloria Grimditch, .Rick Cook. Row Three: Les
Nordo, Jerald Cuckler, Truck Smith. Jeff Smith, Walter Nash, John Scofield. Tom Parker, Ralph Kimball, Joe Porter.
Ken Brown, Mike McKeown. Back Row: Jim Hodder, Kim Stuart, Rick Briggs, Paul Hapip. Mike Ncer, John Steele,
Poweres DuVall. Ann Richmond. George Carter. Andrew Smith. Dave Bcrcsic.
Can you find the cubed root of 2,391 in your sleep?
MU ALPHA members can't either, but they do come
close. Speeches by prominent businessmen, educators,
and scientists throughout the year, increased their
knowledge as well as stimulated interest in mathematics.
The students in Mu Alpha Theta are such good mathe-
maticians that they received straight I's and 2's in their
advanced mathematics classes.
Guest speakers, field trips, demonstrations and films
added interest to JUNIOR ENGINEERING TECHNO-
LOGICAL SOCIETY meetings. Studying physical sci-
ences and engineering informed and aided in prepara-
tion for scholarships and college entrance. In order to
be accepted into the club, students had to have a high
academic standing and the recommendation of their
MU ALPHA THETA . . . Front Row: Jeff Larson, Sponsor; Shirley Frye. Sponsor: Gene Griffith. President; Janet
Miller, Vice-President: Dave Herskovits, Treasurer; Sharon Reardon, Secretary: George Durham, Laurie Retter. Row
Two: Marilyn Miller, Truck Smith, Steve Miller. Gloria Grimditch. John Scofield, Ralph Kimball. Nancy Hammond,
Diane Butler, Keith Thompson, Jolene Olsen. Back Row: Dave Dreblow, Jerald Cuckler. Paul Hapip, Joe Caudle,
LeRoy Gaintner, Bob Christensen. Powers DuVall, Cathie Witty.
124Their Year Marked With Success
GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL . . . Front Row: Mrs. Lillywhite, Sponsor: Mrs. Neid, Sponsor; Connie Meudell, Parliamentarian; Jacque
Albright. Historian; Jane Adams, Secretary: Molly Mee. President: Marcia Dibble. Treasurer; Carol Stromme. Vice-President. Row Two:
Martha Mee. Frosh Rep.; Linda Plotkin, Prom Committee; Rosemary Deloian. Service Committee; Jeanni Brown, Sunshine Committee:
Robyn Houston, Junior Rep.; Elaine Ong, Junior Rep. Back Row: Joanne Brown, Sunshine Committee; Eddra Ziegler, Soph. Rep.: Aud-
rey Dalessandro, Service Committee: Laurie Salisbury, Soph. Rep.; Dorothy Rossetti, Publicity Committee; Sheila Sirridgc. Publicity
Committee: Mary Katarski. Senior Rep.
"Sure, any girl can be a member!" The only club that
can say this is Girls' League. In addition to being a super-
active club, it is also a super-sized club. On December 8,
1962, the State Girls' League Convention was held at
Arcadia. Six hundred girls from I 18 schools heard a pro-
gram based on "What a Difference a Day Makes." A
week later, December 15, they sponsored the annual
Christmas Prom. They also sold Titan sweat shirts and
held a spring fashion show. The major activities were the
Mother-Daughter Tea, and the Brotherhood assembly.
All the money raised by the American Field Service Club
went toward getting a foreign exchange student for Ar-
cadia. $950 had to be raised by February 15. In order
to help raise this large sum in such a short time, Girls'
League and the Lettermen's Club both donated $100, and
Student Senate raised money for them.
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE OFFICERS: Nancy Cameron.
Treasurer: Toni Wanic, Vice-President; Robin Houston, Presi-
dent. Standing: Tibby Jones, Secretary.Arcadian, Olympian Staffs Co-Operate
ARCADIAN STAFF . . . Front Row: Carol Hougeland. Denise Taylor. Mary Ann Mercier, Ann Hunt.
Row Two: Nina Nauman. Kay Johnson, Lynn Davis. Mary Ann Schmidt. Back Row: Ron MocDonald.
Sam Ragland, Rosemary Moore. Gary Maschner.
Who? What? Why? When? Where? The five W's
of newspaper work were always in the minds of
Arcadian staff members. If you asked it, they supplied
the answers. Student Council and club news, the
honor roll, the latest fads, and all the sports news
v ere faithfully and fully covered. Wednesday nights
were always hectic, for that was "paste-up" night.
Last minute pasting and writing added to the un-
organized atmosphere, but the staff always managed
to pull through and get the paper out in time. By
selling ads, the staff also helped finance the news-
paper. With a record number of papers, the staff
captured the life blood of the school on six pages.
It was all done with talent and hard work.
Mr$. Hinsdale checks a page of copy with
Ann Hunt and Denise Taylor, co-editors of
126for Best Journalistic Year Ever
OLYMPIAN STAFF . . . Front Row: Carol Kinzle. Cheryl Salina, Carol
Moore. Terry Gamble, Nan Licklider, Marti Williams. Row Two: Linda
Pomeroy. Ed Pelsue, Dorothy Rossetti. Bob Fairfield, Mary Katarski.
Jim Allen. Back Row: Bill Wamsley. Nick Karales, Chuck Smisefc. Chuck
Henderson. Don Hodges.
Deadline day! Why, I haven't even got enough pictures
to fill up one page! Suicide, anyone? Of course, no one
lumped off the library or had their hair turn grey, but
there were many sleepless nights and chewed pencils to
show that Olympian staff members took their jobs seri-
ously. Using their original ideas, staffers v rote copy,
made up headlines and planned picture layouts. Between
this, they found time to sell yearbooks to the students,
with the loosing team buying hamburgers for the team
that sold the most books. They also planned and put on
the annual yearbook assembly where they crowned Miss
and Mr. Olympian. If that wasn't enough, they spent
some of their vacation time preparing the summer
supplement. Along with hamburgers, impromptu parties
when the staff was in a slump made this class unusual.
Staff meetings where everyone did nothing, staying up
until dawn to write copy, trotting to the office to verify
information—all will be cherished in the yearbook of
Caro! Kinzle and Marti Williams, co-editors,
hunt for new ideas with the help of Mr.
127Record Crowd Attends Ceremonies
Witnessed by a record number of
students, both past and present, the
1962 Homecoming ceremonies took
place in an aura of heavy suspense
and gay frivolity. Last year's king
and queen, Carl Granzow and Dar-
lene Holman, crowned the new king
and queen as the hushed stadium
held its breath. Nancy Kelly and Pat
McSinty were chosen to reign until
the 1963 Homecoming. Their attend-
ants were Cindy Johnson, Jeanni
Brown, John Propstra, and Everett
At the 'dance following the game,
class competition was stressed. Each
class built a display on the "Mediter-
ran Myths" theme. The winning dis-
play represented the idea that the
Arcadia football team did indeed
have "The Midas Touch." It was
created by the senior class.
Homecoming attendants were John Propstra, Cindy Johnson,
Jeanni Brown, and Everett Rollins.
A very happy couple, Nancy Kelly and Pat McGinty, lead the
procession off the fidld after they were crowned king and queen.
King Pat and Queen Nancy share the dance that
was reserved for them.Christmas Prom
The fourth annual Christmas Prom was
built around the theme of "An Old-Fash-
ioned Christmas at a Ski Lodge." The
walls were covered with murals depicting
the various winter scenes you would see
upon looking out of the lodge windows.
The tables were decorated with red qnd
white checkered table cloths, with center-
pieces of pine boughs and miniature
Christmas trees. A huge tree, strung with
popcorn, paper chains, and old-fashioned
paper ornaments, stood in a corner.
The most important part of the prom was,
of course, the crowning of the Queen. Last
year's queen, Jean Wright, crowned Char-
lotte Schilling as the 1962 Christmas Prom
Queen. The princesses were chosen from
the Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman
classes. The Princesses were Lolly Williams,
Junior Princess; Laurie Salisbury, Sopho-
more Princess; and Martha Mee, Freshman
Sandy Shore. Gene Reid, Martha Cook, and Don
Cox enjoy the romantic mood of the Christmas
Jean Wright, last year's Prom Queen, crowns Charlotte Schilling queen of
the Christmas Prom.
MERRY McGWIRE and JOHN FLOREZ
Twirp King and Queen
JULIE DURRELL CROWNS MERRY McGWIRE as
Robin Houston presents her with flowers.
"Enchanted Garden" was the theme of the Twirp
Prom held in the gym on Saturday, February 16.
The mood was set by green and white decorations
and round garden tables, with music by Carl Rit-
ter. Last year's Twirp queen, Julie Durrell, crowned
Merry McGwire as the new Twirp queen. Tom Park-
er, one of last year's attendants, crowned John
Flores as king. Attendants were Carol Stromme,
Toni Wanic, Andy Owen, and Art Piccinati.
TONI WANIC and ART PICCINATI
CAROL STROMME and ANDY OWEN
130They Led School Spirit
Pom Pon Girls
4 5 18 19 20 1314
1. Mickie McFadden
2. Jackie Lindstrom
3. Cindy Johnson
4. Jerry Draney
5. Connie Clark
6. Kay Peterson
7. Linda Ferguson
8. Anne Nairn
9. Robync Leatzow
10. Candy Weekes
11. Suzanne Kershaw
12. Jeanne Brown
13. Linda Jamison
14. Nancy Hoyer
15. Barbara Rebeske
16. Peggy O'Gara
17. Nancy Kelly
18. Bobbi Davis
19. Carol Sheer
20. Judy Reynolds
131Fight! Fight! Go, Team, Go! Give
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS . . . Front: Linda Ferguson, Alternate: Suzanne Kershaw, Alternate. Standing: Sandy Peterson, Anne Nairn.
Jeanne Brown. Robyn Leatzow, Candy Weekes.
Come on! Let's hear you yell now!
Let the team know you're here!
. . . Remember, the dance starts
step, turn, kick. There's the music!
Good luck! . . . Pompon Girls and
Cheerleaders were busier than
you think. Besides what you saw
at games and assemblies, there
were a million and one 6ktra
things to do. For instance, that
new cheer or dance had to be
learned and perfected. This en-
tailed long hours of practice to
make the timing precise. After
school, huge, bright pep banners
were painted and plastered on
walls around the school. The Pom-
pon Girls, along with Vaunda
Hammett, our State Champion
baton twirler, marched with the
band during football season and
in the parada del Sol Rodeo pa-
rade in March. The lively cheer-
leaders also decorated goal posts
and made the hoops for the team
during football season. Yes, this
was all part of being a Pompon J.V. CHEERLEADERS . . . Knocling: Bobbie Davis. Standing: Carol Sheer, Joan Bauer, Judy
Girl or Cheerleader. Reynolds.
132Your All for the Red and Blue
Rick Wood. Chuck Butler, and Joe Porter demonstrate the basics of good cheerleading:
see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil. Rick, Chuck, and Joe helped the cheer-
leaders during football season.
Arizona Grand Champion
POMPON GIRLS . . . Front: Linda Kay Jamison, Alternate: Jackie Lindstrom, Alternate. Standing: Mickie McFadden. Cindy John
son, Jerry Draney, Connie Clark, Nancy Hoyer, Barbara Rebeske, Peggy O'Gara, Nancy Kelly.
133134Titans Display Dancing Skill
Above: Joe Porter clowns it up with his date and friends at
an after game victory dance. Right: A pom pon girl? No.
it's only Chuck Butler dancing to the fight song at a pep
The victory dance after the Chandler game was a huge success, as shown by the very crowded gym floor. Everybody enjoyed them-
selves immensely after the Titan's 8th straight win.Senior Stompers Squash Mints
The Senior Stompers watch an exciting play from the bench.
Phil Marcacci. Richard Shields, and Ralph Kimball dance to
The tension mounts in the locker rooms: the coaches
are pacing back and forth; hardly a word is spoken.
This is it! The big game of the season! No. it's not
the state championship, just the 2nd annual Powder
Puff football game. The crowd cheers as the Senior
Stompers and the Junior Mints take the field. The
Stompers, coached by Steve McLeod and Dave
Herskovits. won the toss and elected to receive.
Jeff Richardson, head coach for the Mints, gave his
final instructions from the sidelines and the game
began. Gloria Ecklund took the kickoff and returned
it to the Mints 35 yd. line. A sweep right and then
a reverse left put the Stompers on the scoreboard.
In the second quarter the Mints drove downfield
for their first score of the evening. The try for the
extra point failed, and the score at half-time stood
at 7-6, Stompers. The second half was a defensive
battle, with no score by either side. The game ended
7-6, in favor of the Seniors.
King Connie Muedell and Queen Dave Herskovits were
crowned Powder Puff Royalty at the game December 6th. 1962.First Snow of Year "Found”
Bobbie Carroll models two "finks '—little stuffed animals
made by several girls during the year.
"Ouch!" says Rick Williams while he is gently (?) per-
suaded up a pole during the Lettermen's initiation.
"Oh, these phony excuses!" exclaims Glen Groenke as Becky
Munns fills out her return permit.
The bonfire before the state championship game with Tucson Novem-
ber 21 flamed up school spirit as well as a lot of wood.at Arcadia
"Snow at Arcadia?" exclaims Julie Ricklick.
Barb Haupt, Don Penfield, Bill Toy, Gene Eastin, and Hil Brady
look on at the pep assembly before the state championship foot-
ball game with Tucson.
Betsy Hodges, Gail Gallagher, Sandy Gilbert. Jeanie Jorgenson. Donna
Petsch, Sandy Shore, and Nancy Havighurst discuss the usual gossip at
lunch while Gail finishes off her second hot dog.King John Florez and Queen Merry McGuire enjoy their reserved dance along with attendants Andy Owen and Carol
Srommc. center, and Art Piccinati and Toni Wanic. right.
Girl: How've you been lately? How's your car been
running these days? . . . That's good. Say. uh. would
you like to go to the Twirp Week dance with me?
Boy: Well, er, I think my mother’s going to be sick
this Saturday. But thanks anyway. Maybe we can
get together later, but I've got to go now, so 'bye.
Better luck next time.
Was this the way it went for you?
It was for some girls, but most of the boys came
through and accepted.
Brad Morfitt, Tuck Stephenson, and Randy Wright model
the hats their girl friends gave them during Twirp Week.
"Come on. just a few more steps," says Jay Rondeau to Dorothy
Rossetti. Instead of just having girls carry their books to class,
some boys had the girls carry them to their classes.Closed Campus Rule Posed Problems
The Letterman's Club presented this tile mosaic
Titan head to the school during a basketball pep
Gene Eastin, assistant principal, and Hil Brady, principal, check the campus
during the noon hour "riots" after the closed campus order.
Students flood the ramps as they hurry to get home after a hard day.1963 Graduating Class
■IflnTnl I IalaTn
Leroy Gaintner and Janet Miller
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Ricky Wood and Marcia Harrington
Chuck Butler and Peggy O'GaraPicks Senior Favorites
Jack Koppen and Nancy Hoyer
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
George Durham and Liza Bean
145TITAN BAND . . . Front Row: Gloria Eklund. Gory Maschner, Lois Eliott, James Hodder, Paul Caldwell. Corinne Corbitt. Second, Row:
Carolyn Owen, Nicolas Hiner, Patti Geiger, Chuck Case. Carol Moore. Laura McClure, Clint Stidham, Karen Serten, Richard Schure.
Third Row: Mike McKcown, Terry Boettcher, Nancy St. Clair, Donella Cole. Erik Widmark, Bill Kamstra, Dave Dreblow, John Birch,
Richard Hoefelmann, Jim Miller, Bill Cetti, John Call, Bob Dorfman, Frank Whiteside. Mary Jo Martin. Standing: James Murray, Ed
Struble, Mike Rampy, John Guthrie, Reginald Brooks, conductor, Bill Cowan.
Titan Band Marches Through
The Arcadia Titan Band, under the direction of Reginald
Brooks, played an active part in school life. At football
games the band provided new pre-game or halftime
shows all during the season. Members also provided side-
line music, and music for pre-game pep assemblies. When
the band put on a show, the Pom Pon Girls and Vaunda
Hammett, the band's talented baton twirler, were fea-
tured. The band also showed its capability when it was
asked to give a half-time show at the All-Star College
Bowl in Tucson. They gave a show of typical routines
which had been practiced throughout the year.
VAUNDA HAMMETT, featured baton twirler with the March-
ing Titan Band, displays an example of what hard work and
perseverance will do. Practicing incessantly. Vaunda has been
the number "I" twirler in the state for several yeors.
A LTITAN BAND . . . Front Row: Koy Anderson, Carolyn Tomkins, Penny Jones. Linda Plotkin. Wary Kafarski. Second Row: Ellen Lacy.
Neil Salmi. Mike Cranny. Nan Licklider. Fred Granzow. Frank Smith. Laurie Salisbury. Jane Heringer, Sharon Farmer. Third Row:
Terry Gamble, Steve Suggs, Daniel Hall, Larry Lewis. Beverly Wilcox, Rick Briggs. Bill Quinn, Bob Robyn, Stan Katarski, Chuck Colton.
Jim Fisher, Bruce Palmer. Fourth Row: Jerry Van Reusen, John Reger, Mike Quinn.
Successful 1962-1963 Season
In addition to football activities, the
band gave three excellent concerts
during the year, and played for the
baccalaureate and graduation cere-
monies. The Titan Band also marched
in the Parada Del Sol Rodeo Parade.
As a special activity, the band went
on a three day concert tour of South-
ern Arizona in March.
REGINALD BROOKS, director of the Marching Titan Band, sits at his desk in one of
the brief periods he has free every day. A busy man. Mr. Brooks is the guiding force
behind the success credited to the Titan Band.
147J.V. Band Has Active Year
JUNIOR VARSITY BAND . . . Front Row: John Davis. Penny Goeman, Barbara Akers, Jane Laubach, Pat Wilson, Pam Scheidler, Anita
Haddy. Mary Rimza. Randa Bernath. Sharon Galwey, Valerie Chadderdon, Suzanne Chaille. Second Row: Steve Spielberg, Tom Har-
vey, Greg Walsh. Greg Doyle, Mike Call. Tim Allums. Bill Toy. Karen Dunn, Mike Hageriy. Lee Emery, Chris Goodman. Third Row:
John Heringer. Oscar Bellinger, Gordon Lacy, Dennis Dole. George Sheller, Mark Clark. Cal Rooker. Bob Slider. Wayne Monie, Grove
Greene. Milas Kennington. Fourth Row: Stanley Gerstenschlager. Mark Dill. Tim Hoyt, Terry Hawks, Mike Galwey, Paul Westhoven.
Standing: Jim Thompson, Kim Kopecky, Rick Herndon.
The Junior Varsity Band, which is the preparatory period for
the Marching Titan Band, was directed by Mr. Woodard
this year. The J.V. Band showed off its skills by presenting
a half-time show during one of the November football
games, and by marching in the Casa Grande parade. They
also gave two concerts during the year for friends and par-
ents. The J.V. Band distinguished itself by participating in
the regional Music Festival in Tucson, and the Central Music
Festival in Tempe.
Floyd Woodard, caught in action as he coaches students, is currently
director of the Junior Varsity Band, and teacher of several chorus
classes.Band, Orchestra Added Special Touch
DANCE BAND . . . First Row:
Mike Cranny, Nicholas Hincr,
Frank Smith. Gary Maschner.
Second Row: Rick Briggs, Bev-
erly Wilcox, Bill Quinn, Ricky
Herndon, Johnny Guthrie.
Third Row: Frank Whiteside,
Bill Cetti, Jimmy Miller. Stand-
ing: Miko Quinn, Jeff Wright,
Pianist: Prudy Voldeng.
149CONCERT CHORALE . . . Instrumentalists: Bill Hoffman, Dave McNulty. John Gutherie. John Call. Singers: Barbara Barolct. Terry
Edmundson, Donnella Cole. Gail Coar. Becky Munns. Row Two: Margie Roth. Jeanncne Denton, Carol Stromme, Linda Zuidema. Row
Three: Bob Robyn, Chuck Emery, Doug Coppock, Larry Hibler. Row Four: Don Conroy. Bill Pebler. LeRoy Gaintner, John Rockerhous-
en, Vonce Cole.
Turn Out Fine
CONCERT CHOIR . . . Front Row: Joanna Hiatt, Mary Stalnaker, Margaret Pittman. Lois Elliott, Jane Quinnelly. Sharon Haddy. Row
Two: Vivian Stabile. Sherrill Ashton, Carol Kuchler, Joan Peterson, Susan Kinchloe. Sandra Sheldon, Karla Jennings, Robyn Houston.
Row Throe: Loretta Baldwin, Evelyn Deike, Mary Hiegcl. Sherry Yancey, Lynn McCasland, Barbara Kos, Beth Weber. Cathy Baldwin,
Shirley Beouchamp, Pam Keen. Row Four: Greg White, Bill Terbot, Bill Ferguson, Terry Hawks. Bob Smith. Ed Pelsue, Dave May.
Row Five: Phil Marcacci. Paul Caldwell, Gary Sprinzl, Dick Charland, John Hiegel, Ken Brown, Bob Fairfield. Dave Ogden, Leonard
150GIRLS' CHORUS . . . Front Row: Cathy Wilson. Cheryl Kyff. Pat Miller, Carole Young. Lucy Re’oetes. Charlccn Mardian. Ann Armatis.
Paula Welsh. Judy Miller, Barb Vehon, Barbara Jordon. Second Row: Coette Childers, Donna Barker. Shirley Surgener. Elaine Balia.
Jacque Allbright, Peggy Gygi. Bonnie Kirchoff, Marilyn Begtrup, Kathy Montgomry, Cheryl Hogan. Linda Krahenbuhl. Susan Pratt,
Judy Peblcr. Third Row: Paula Fraley. Gayle Schafberger, Pamela Price. Clede Tomilson, Jeneal Maggard, Lynn Robb. Pamela Ross,
Jeanene Romney. Cathy Witty. Joyce Kinkle, (unidentified). Robyn Cummings. Nancy McLeod. Jeanie Davidson. Top Row: Roberta Mc-
Daniel, Carole Rabey. Sue Blazok. Jean Weber, Rosemary Deloin, Patty Oliver, Pam Knight, Kathy Krebs, Cathy Clark, Gayle Post. Susan
Tyree. Susan Wright. Sue Applebaum.
After Hours of Work
BOYS' CHORUS . . . Front Row: John Beldon, Tom Butcher. Steve Mitchell. Jim Bann. Frank Mendola, Joe Vehon, Gene Olsen, Wes
Shonerd, Jim Gaintner, Jeff Bartolino. William Hussey, Robert Villoria. Second Row: Bill Hendrix. Bob Draughon, Jerry Hiner. Mike
Krantz, Bill Baumann, Paul Nikiforuk. Skip Whitley, Rick White, Jim O'Connor, Jeremy Brown. Third Row: Jerry Johnston. Dale Cannon,
(unidentified). Larry Lewis, Karl Stalnaker, Doug Ficck, Philip Sedacwick, Terry Baccellia, Paul Messcc. Top Row: Gary Leiler, Gary
Hermann. Warner Marshall, Vic Guyan, Dennis Spindler. Phil Hawkins, James Sulek. John Nelson, Joe Manzo.
"Drink up, Dearie," exults Mary Sfalnakcr, as Andy
Owen unsuspiciously drinks some poisoned Elderberry
wine. After he drinks the wine, they plan to bury him
in the cellar, along with their other victoms.
Clark Lorhr and Larry Sher struggle for possession of the dead body
(?) that they put in the window seat for safekeeping before disposing
of it in the Panama Canal, or cellar.
Larry Sher, Clark Lorhr, Mary Stalnaker (back to
camera), and Beth Weber rehearse a scene from
"Arsenic and Old Lace."
"Arsenic and Old Lace" and "The Man Who Came to Din-
ner" were two outstanding productions of the Drama De-
partment. "Arsenic and Old Lace" was presented in-the-
round October 16, 17, and 18. It was the comical story of
two sweet old ladies and their strange hobby. Other un-
usual characters included their nephew, Teddy, who was
digging the Panama Canal in the basement, and Dr. Ein-
stein, the mad plastic surgeon.
"The Man Who Came to Dinner" was presented in the audi-
torium on December 13 and 14. The story portrays the pe-
dantic Sheridan Whiteside and the havoc he creates during
his "visit." Besides introducing a colony of cockroaches, 21
Chinese students, and three convicts to his adopted house-
hold, he disrupts the usual sanity of the entire Stanley fam-
"Guys and Dolls," presented in the Spring, was the big mu-
sical of the year at Arcadia. Along with the Twirp Talent
Show, presented February 14, "Guys and Dolls" gave in-
terested students a chance to try their hands at both music
Used by Actors
Sheridan Whiteside, played by Mike Neer (seat-
ed), looks scornfully up at his doctor, played by
Rick Cook, Larry Sher. Kristen Oden, and Andy Owen pause for a picture during
dress rehearsal of the "Man Who Came to Dinner.”
Beverly Wilcox, playing the eccentric old maid sister of the
Stanley family, pins a sprig of holly on their butler, played by
Wayne Greene. Kip Lindbloom, far left, the son of the Stanley
family, is grouped with Beverly and Wayne in this scene from
the play, The Man Who Came to Dinner," which was presented
153Arts and Craft Classes Paint,
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AQUANETTA. as played by Beth Weber, made her appearance famous "Aquanetta technique." Beth and Andrew gave the audi-
at the February 14 Talent Show. Portraying her husband, Jack ence a tremendous chuckle.
Ross, is Andrew Owen. Giving a near perfect imitation of the
ENLIVENING the Twirp Week Tal-
ent Show were Bob Robyn, Kristen
Oden, Roger Sheer, Carolyn Owen,
Chuck Case, and Don Conroy. Their
rendition of an old-time "meler-
drama" was very convincing.
154Mold, Sketch, Polish, and Learn
PAT McGINTY and Mark Dill work on their projects in the crafts CLEANING her brush and paint jar after-completing a
room. Pat is polishing a ring, while Mark cleans up after finishing his picture is Darlentf Wright. Students appreciate the art
project. room sink when they have paint on their hands'or clothes.
Art and craft classes have had a hand in
the beautification of the Arcadia High
School campus this year. Under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Margaret Burrell and Frederick
Moore, the fine arts classes tried their
hands at different techniques in art work.
A combination of talent from the art class-
es resulted in the murals that covered the
gym during the Christmas Prom, and for
the scenery used in the Drama Depart-
The craft classes made pottery and other
articles of clay, as they learned and pro-
gressed through the year. Hand tooling of
leather belts, and making objects of metal
also shows the varied equipment available
Learning to blend paint and paper success-
fully, Mrs. Burrell's art classes have pro-
gressed rapidly. The future artists of to-
morrow are in Arcadia's art classes today.
STUDENTS in Mrs. Burrell's art classes work with the aid of easels and slanting
160Ciza Bean, Sandy Sheldon
George Durham, SalutatorianHomecoming; Traditional,
Pat McQinty and Nancy Kelly
ATTENDANTS: John Propstra. Jeannie Brown
ATTENDANTS: Everett Rollins, Cindy Johnson
Nancy Kelly squeals with excitement as she is crowned
1962 Homecoming Queen by Darlene Holman. Barb
Haupt holds the coronation bouquet.
The lights illuminating the football field were dimmed,
a blue spot-light shone brightly, the band began to
play the processional and the Homecoming Royalty
paraded onto the field. The music stopped suddenly
as the Royalty formed a semi-circle in the heart of the
band formation. The stadium crowd grew quiet as Carl
Granzow, last year's Homecoming King, crowned Pat
McGinty Homecoming King for 1962! The audience
displayed their delight with streamers and noise until
Darlene Holman, last year's Homecoming Queen,
crowned Nancy Kelly Homecoming Queen for 1962!
The crowd went wild! Slowly, Royalty and Attendants
walked off the field. The band then marched briskly
off. The game continued and Arcadia, playing Kofa,
soon seized its sixth victory to complete the evening's
163Christmas Prom Queen
Charlotte dances with her escort for the evening.
In order to be eligible for Christmas Prom Royalties,
a girl has to be an active member of Girls' League.
The names of the eligible girls are placed on posters
around campus and the student body selects the
candidates. Couples attending the Prom are given
a ballot upon entering the dance, and vote accord-
ing to class rank. The senior girl chosen is the Queen
of the Prom and the Junior, Sophomore, and Fresh-
man are the respective class Princesses.
Charlotte Schilling, Christmas Prom Queen for 1963,
is an active senior at Arcadia High. Her activities
include being President of Sigma Beta Chi Tri Hi-Y,
and a member of Safety Council. Also on her busy
schedule are Girls' League, and being the senior
class Girl Representative.
Jeanni Brown and Molly Mee, both seniors, were
attendants at the annual Girls' League sponsored
function.and Prom Princesses
Laura Williams, Christmas Prom Princess for the Junior
class, is a transfer from Indiana. Her activities on
campus include Powder Puff football, Girls' League,
and American Field Service Club.
Laurie Salisbury, Sophomore class Prom Princess, is
a member of the Girls' League Council. Her other
activities include being Sophomore class Treasurer,
and a member of the Marching Titan Band.
Martha Mee, transfer from Texas, was chosen as
the Freshman class Christmas Prom Princess. Martha
is the Freshman class representative to Girls' League
The results of the election were announced by
Carole Stromme during the intermission. George Dur-
ham, student body president, presented each of the
winners with a bouquet of red carnations. After the
coronation, the four couples took advantage of their
reserved dance. Harold Kay and his Band supplied
LAURA WILLIAMS. Junior Princess
MARTHA MEE, Freshman Princess
LAURIE SALISBURY. Sophomore PrincessMcGuire, Flores Chosen Twirp
It was a dignified occasion. John Flores and
Merry McGuire had just been announced
as King and Queen of Hearts. Then just
as they were crowned, the band, low on
information but high on enthusiasm, struck
up a lively, jazzy number.
Expecting a softer, more flowing tune to
correspond with the occasion, the Royalty
stood looking at each other with dumfound-
Immediately one of the sponsors heroically
stepped up and informed the band direc-
tor on the type of music expected. Soon
a more appropriate sound was floating
about the gymnasium.
As is traditional at every Twirp dance, the
Royalty and-their partners danced their soli
while the students attending the dance
At the conclusion of their ceremonious ex-
hibition, the band joyously played its choice
of a "catchy" melody and the students
joined the King, Queen and attendants
whirling around the floor.
The evening ended with the collapsing of
the crepe paper ceiling, which climaxed
the close of a memorable evening!
166Queen and King of Hearts
CAROL STROMME. Attendant ANDREW OWEN. Attendant
ART PICCINATI, Attendant
TONI WANIC. Attendant
167ASU, U of A Senior Day Princesses
Pretty senior Nancy Havinghurst was
chosen by the senior class of Arcadia High
School to represent them in the 1962 Ari-
zona State University Senior Day princess
competition. The Senior Day activities,
held in November, attracted Arcadia
students as well as those from all over the
state. It gave students a chance to view
the campus first-hand, and to attend an
ASU football game, compliments of the
University. Nancy's participation in extra-
curricular activities this year includes "X"
Club, Y-Teens Treasurer, and Sigma Beta
Chi Tri Hi-Y.
Chosen to represent Arcadia High School
at the University of Arizona's 1962 Senior
Day v as Miss Cindy Johnson. Cindy
competed in the princess contest and was
chosen one of the top ten finalists. An
active senior, Cindy's activities include
the office of Student Body Secretary,
Delta Omega Tri Hi-Y, Captain of the
Pom Pon line, and National Honor So-
ciety. Traveling by car loads to Tucson,
Arcadia seniors enjoyed a delightful "on
168Bean, Caudle Served as Governors
Chosen to represent Arcadia
at Boys' and Girls' State were,
standing: Chuck Butler. LeRoy
Gaintner. George Durham.
Seated: Marcia Harrington.
Joe Caudle. Liza Bean.
Each year students from
schools throughout the state
audition for All State Orches-
tra. This year three students
from Arcadia were selected for
All State Orchestra. They were
Lauren Roberts. Mary Templin
and Jeff Wright.
Ali State Chorus members are
taken from all the high schools
throughout the state. Arcadia
students participating this
year were, standing: Jean Da-
vidson and Jennine Denton.
Soated: Barbara Barolet, Chuck
Emery and Becky Munns.
169Outstanding Students Merit
PEGGY O'GARA, Key Club Sweetheart
CLASSIC Co-editors.. Liza Bean and George Durham. Liza
is also recipient of the D.A.R. award.
Throughout the entire school year, honors and awards
are bestowed upon Arcadia students.
From academic typing to domestic cooking, students
receive recognition for outstanding accomplishment in
MARTY WILLIAMS. OLYMPIAN Co-editor
Gene Griffith, recipient of the BAUSCH and LOM8 Science
Award.Titles of Distinction
LYNN FULBRECHT, Betty Crocker Homemaker of the Year CATHY HOEKSEMA, Best Business Student Award.
DENISE TAYLOR and ANN HUNT, co-editors of the AR-
The ability to excel is not a rare asset for
a student to possess at Arcadia High.
For all the students have some degree of
accomplishment within, and at Arcadia
most of them try to apply it with an extra
CAROLE KINZLE, OLYMPIAN Co-editor172SPO
f 73AA State Champions
LINEMEN . . . Front Row:
Jim Tingwald. Bob Mc-
Ward. Bob Draughn, Rick
Hoefleman. Larry Clark,
Jim Langley. Phil Marc-
caci. Mark Boccacio, Gary
Swift. Top Row: John Mac-
Donald. Tom Farmer.
Frank Vaughn. Ron Mac-
Donald. Dick Smith. Rob
Temple. Richard Shields.
LeRoy Gainfner. Bob Ber-
tleson. Jack Koppen,
Prescott 20 0
Catalina 37 19
Mesa 21 13
Scottsdale 44 0
Tempe 34 0
Kofa 26 20
Coronado 36 9
Yuma 8 12
Chandler 40 0
Flagstaff 39 6
Tucson 40 7
The 1962 football season began with Arcadia hosting their northern
opponent. Prescott. This gave the Titan team a good start by down-
ing the Badgers 20 to 0. The next week the Arcadia eleven chalked
up a 37 to 19 victory over Catalina. Then Arcadia left their
home field to play the annually tough Mesa Jackrabbits. The Titans
came back with a 21 to 13 victory. Arcadia then played host to their
cross-town rivals. Scottsdale. Arcadia's "wrecking crew," composed
of Dana Woudenberg, Pat McGinty, and "Moose" Rollins, took
command of the field to dam the Beavers 44 to 0. When the Titans
trekked to Goodwin Stadium to meet Tempe, the Arcadia camp held
its winning streak to crush the Buffaloes 34 to 0. The following week
undefeated Kofa bowed to the Titans 26 to 20 after a tough battle.
In the contest with Coronado, Arcadia downed the Dons 36 to 9.
Then the Yuma Criminals stole a 12 to 8 victory from the Titans.
Arcadia overpowered Chandler 40 to 0 during the last conference
game. In the play-off game the Titans opposed Flagstaff and secured
a 39 to 6 victory. For the championship match Arcadia conquered the
Tucson Badgers 40 to 7 to gain the final award of AA State Cham-
8ACKFIELD . . . Front
Row: John Birch, Jeff
Richardson. Jim Spellman,
Dick Parrent, Pat McGin-
ty. Paul Pratt. Sam Bar-
taluzzi. Top Row: Jerry
Crewson. Tom Shore. Ev-
erett Rollins. John Prop-
stra. Dana Woudenberg.
Jim Nichols. Ricky Christ-
mas. Dave Herskovits.
Hendricks Guides Titans to State
Coach Hendricks, athletic director and head coach of
Arcadia High School, is a graduate of Arizona State
University, where he majored in Physical Education and
Business. He played four years of football at A.S.U. and
was All-Border Conference quarterback in the early
'50s. After graduation from A.S.U., Coach Hendricks
went to teach and coach at Scottsdale High School.
While at Scottsdale he was assistant varsity football
coach under Hil Brady. He was varsity baseball coach
for four years and also coached Junior Varsity basket-
ball. After four years at Scottsdale Coach Hendricks
came to Arcadia as Athletic Director and Head Foot-
ball Coach. Here he has made an amazing record for
himself and the school. In four years he brought Ar-
cadia two State Football Championships, one in I960
and one in 1962. The administration, faculty, and stu-
dents of Arcadia would like to congraulate Coach Hen-
dricks for his fine record at Arcadia High School.
Team shows appreciation to Coach Hendricks aft-
er State Championship Game.
Line CoachTitans Take Eight in a Row
Pat McGinty (42) with good downfield blocking cuts out
his path as he scores the final touchdown of the game as
Arcadia defeats Kofa 26 to 20.
Sr.—EWin Class A A Division 1 Championship
Dana Woudenberg Pat McGinty Rick Christmas Moose Rollins
Jr.—FB Sr.—HB Sr.—HB Sr.—HB
John Propstra Everett "Moose” Rollins (33), with the help of the Titan
Sr.—QB line, finds a large hole and lots of running room as Arcadia
downs Prescott 20 to 0.
Jr.—HBTitans Dominate All-State Line Up
Dave Herskovits Larry Clarke Phil Marcacci John Birch
Sr.—HB Sr.—C Sr.—T Jr.—HB
Everett Rollins (32) plows 15 yards in the playoff game with Mark Boccaccio
Tucson. Arcadia became "State Champions" as they defeated Jr.—T
Jr.—HBMcGinty, Rollins Top Scorers in State
Rick Christmas (21) and Jim Spellman (22) down a Tucson Sam Bartaluzzi
Badger after a short gain in the AA State Championship game. Sr.—HB
179Frosh Have Successful Season
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM . . . Top Row: Coach Littleton, Coach Jackson. Tony Peyou, John Anderson, Lorry Plotkin, Gary Leil-
or, Rick Bedenkop, Tex Sulek. Tim Allums, Dick Butler. Gory Hermann. Bill Hitchings, Gary Kron, Mike Watson, Grove Greene. Coach
Odell, Coach Carlin. Middle Row: Steve Bisbee, Steve Story, Dave Hanlon, Jim KuyKendall, Mike Brady. Don Kinzle. Tom Cooley,
Kirk Williams, Frank Bostock, George Mattingly, Steve Tait. Alan Lam. Front Row: Dwight Whitley, Bill Ralston, Cal Rooker, Greg
Pierce. Chuck James, Jim O'Conner. Jim Gaintncr, Jeff Bartallino, Don Chenhall, Chris Tallon. Bill Birkholts. Not pictured: Gregg
Prescott 40 0
East Mesa 25 0
Scottsdale 20 6
Tempe 6 6
Westwood 13 20
Coronado 25 13
Chandler 24 6
Westwood 19 33
Carl Hayden 0 6
180J.V. Gridders Gain Experience
J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM . . . Front Row: Tom Holm. Rick Schwartze. Steve Orth, Bart Faber. Ron Barr, Steve Hodgson, Jim Fissell,
Tuck Stevenson, Chuck Colton, Bill Nichols. Row Two: Al Gardner, Woody Howe, Tim Deschler, Gary Clarke, Bob Beal, Gus Contos.
Rick Blakely. Pete Repp. Dave May. Bud Blate. Daryl Salzburg, Vince Keeton. Bill Johnson. Bob Finkbine. Back Row: Ron Johnson.
Mike Cronnong. Land Grant, Tom Hairiston, Alan Keith, Mike Loper, Ken Sage. Warren Coover. Dave Werner. Ron Deneke. Brian
Kennedy. Scott Hilsabeck, Bill Ferguson. Dave Schedler and Steve Landry. Managers. (Not pictured: Erik Widmark.)
Prescott We 45 They 0
North 26 0
Mesa 7 13
Scottsdale 19 19
Tempe 14 7
Westwood 6 54
Coronado 38 13
Chandler 33 2
Westwood 6 13
Carl Hayden 38 18
181Titan Five Head for State
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM . . . Front Row: Brad Shoemaker, Corky Northrop. Bill Blakely, Terry Kearny, John Trost. Back Row: Rob
Temple, John Propstra. John Van Reusen, Tom Farmer, John Steel. Corky Hilsabeck, Tom Shore.
Coach Lou Hallman
Washington 54 57
Camelback 55 53
St. Mary's 58 54
Kota 53 52
Yuma 78 42
Coronado 55 50
Scottsdale 45 42
Chandler 64 65
Mesa 53 64
Tempe 59 66
Yuma 56 42
Mesa 52 54
Scottsdale 50 58
Coronado 67 60
Kota 57 55
Chandler 67 73
Tempe 65 64
Glendale 65 62
Mesa 67 78
183Cagers Chalk Up Eleven Wins and
John Van Reusen
Guard Bill Blakely holds the ball
while stalling in the Tempe game.
Corky Northrop grabs a rebound
in the Tempe game.
John Van Reusen pulls down a re-
bound in the Washington game.
John Steele jumps against a Cor-
184Lose Eight for Outstanding Season
Tom Farmer blocks a Scottsdale
John Propstra attempts a jump
shot in the Tempe game.
John Trost jumps high to block a
shot in the Mesa game.
Tom Shore attempts a lay-up in
the Scottsdale game.
185Beat Glendale in District Tourney
Brad Shoemaker drives against Scottsdale
opponent.J.V. Basketeers Win 14 Out of 19
Front Row: Dave Werner, Bill Ferguson, Bob Tellier, Rick Shultzc. John Hildc. Steve Holstrom, Coach Gardner. Back Row: Jack Chap-
.man, Pete Orr, Erik Widmark, Tom Cole, Don Adler, Tuck Stephenson. Ron Barr, Jerry Van Reusen, Dennis Peterson.
SEASON SUMMARY We They
Washington 50 33
Camelback 69 77
St. Mary's 50 47
Mesa 48 40
Kofa 54 38
Yuma 44 60
Coronado 54 37
Scottsdale 48 37
Cha.'dler 66 49
Mesa 52 41
Westwood 48 49
Tempe 71 45
Yuma 73 53
Mesa 52 41
Scottsdale 35 61
Coronado 49 48
Kofa 55 35
Chandler 39 51
Tempe 78 53
187Freshman Cagers Spend Year
FRESHMAN "A" TEAM . . . Front Row: Tom Cooley. Gary Leiler, Bill Hitchings, Rick Bcdenkop, George Mattingly. Back Row: Don
Kinzle. Phil Sedgwick. Glenn Kapner, Coach Odell, Dick 8utler, Gary Kron, Cal Rooker.
Washington 31 45
Camelback 36 35
Saint Mary's 29 31
Tempe 41 23
Coronado 34 32
Scottsdale 30 41
Chandler 32 37
Mesa 31 40
Westwood 37 40
Tempe 34 20
Mesa 44 30
Scottsdale 37 52
North 51 50
Coronado 45 48
Chandler 53 41
Tempe 46 32
Coach Sam OdellGaining Skill and Good Sportsmanship
FRESHMAN "B" TEAM . . . Front Row: Coach Heywood, Jim Thompson. Paul Howard. Kirk Williams, Frank Bostock. Tim Hoyt. Back
Row: Bob Truit, Larry Plotkin, Bob Olden, James Sules, Larry Butler. Vic Guyon. Dave Hanlon. John Zlatich.
Washington 29 37
Camelback 18 25
Saint Mary's 32 42
Coronado 30 47
Scottsdale 19 33
Westwood 21 31
Tempe 21 31
Scottsdale 25 40
North 23 42
Coronado 25 41
Tempe 31 32
Coach Alfred HeywoodVarsity Wrestlers Have Good Season
VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM . . . Front Row: Roger Sheer, Manager; Coach Anderson. Back Row: Jay Rondeau, Scott Kear-
ner, Rick Williams. Skip Holmberg, Tim Deschler, Joe Caudle. Vince Carter. Don Cox. Gene Reid, Jim Rondeau, Karl Spang-
Junior Varsity Grapplers Win Five
J.V. WRESTLING TEAM . . . Front Row: Chris Madden, Steve Helgeson. Alan Lam. Tim Dietz. Wayne Monie, Denis Kimball, Steve
Hall. John Armatis. Jim Busch. Back Row: Coach Littleton. Ron Deneke. John Thurston, Mike Watson. Terry Bryan, John Sandberg.
Bill Birkholz, Bill Johnson, Dave Ogden. Ron Bcmis. Dave Maye. Bob Canter. Mike Fennell.
190Varsity Team Experts on Diamond
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM . . . Front Row: Coach Schifino, Jim Nichols. Bill Nichols. Rick Christmas. Tom Goudie. Nick Karales. Nel-
son Burns, Terry Kearny, Gary Frere and Dave Schcdler, managers. Back Row: Jim Tingwald. Corky Northrop. Everett Rollins, Dana
Woudenberg, John Propstra, Bill Lamuth, Tim Kumfer, Bill Blakley, Bob Bertelson, Rob Temple, Steve Landry, manager.
March 5 South Home
8 Phoenix Union Away
12 Camelback Away
15 Kofa Away
16 Yuma Away
19 Scottsdale Home
22 Coronado Home
26 Chandler Home
29 Mesa Away
April 2 North Home
5 Tempe Away
6 Yuma Home
II A.S.U. Home
16 Mesa Home
19 Scottsdale Away
23 Coronado Away
26 Kofa Home
30 Chandler Away
May 3 Tempe Home
191Junior Varsity and Freshman Teams
J.V. BASEBALL TEAM . . . Front Row: Steve Boyd. Phillip Messec, Jim Von Houten. Bob Tellier. John Loomon, Sid Miller, Randy Oden.
John Wicdcmaier. Rob Deneke. Back Row: Ron Johnson, Steve Orth, Ed Struble, Dove Warner. Tom Cole, Gary Clark, Steve Hodgson,
Ron Barr. Chris Martin, Coach Carlin.
March 5 SCHEDULE South Away
8 Phoenix Union Home
12 Camelback Home
15 Westwood Home
19 Scottsdale Av ay
22 Coronado Away
26 Chandler Away
29 Mesa Home
April 5 Tempe Home
9 Sunnyslope Home
16 Mesa Av ay
19 Scottsdale Home
23 Coronado Home
26 Westwood Av ay
30 Chandler Home
May 3 Tempe Away
Coach CarlinDisplay Skill Through Hard Work
FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM . . . Front Row: Bill Birkholz. Chuck James, Randy Hegeman, Steve Tait, George Mattingly, John Rohmer.
Jerry George. Tony Pcyou. Row Two: Bill McCarthy, John Neal, Tom Cooley, Cal Rooker, Jim KuyKendall, Curtis Miller, Steve Helge-
son. Back Row: Larry Butler, Manager; Bill Spangler, Gary Kron, Gary Lieler, John Blunda. Harry Taylor. Rick Bcdenkop, Bill Hitchings.
Dick Butler. Doug Fieck, Coach Littleton.
March 5 SCHEDULE South Away
8 Phoenix Union Home
12 Camelback Home
15 Westwood Home
19 Scottsdale Away
22 Coronado Away
26 Chandler Away
29 Mesa Home
April 2 North Away
5 Tempe Home
9 Sunnyslope Home
16 Mesa Away
19 Scottsdale Home
23 Coronado Home
26 Westwood Away
30 Chandler Home
May 3 Tempe Away
Coach LittletonCindermen Exhibit Variety of Sports
VARSITY TRACK TEAM . . . Front Row: Don Stiles, Bob Beal. George Mills, Jerry Stines, Frank Whiteside. Don Cox. John Birch. Brad
Morfitt, Rick Peterson, Paul Pratt. Terry Shreves, Steve Cameron. Second Row: Pat Payne. Clint Stidham, Bill Ferguson. Forest Carter,
Tom Nues, Barry Sollenberger, Tom Parker, John Ward. John Williams. Tom Shore, John LaMantia. Back Row: Rick Blakely, Jim Dau-
dette. Frank Ziska, Pete Repp. Dave Miller. Gerry VanReuscn, Dennis Peterson, Richard Grey. Mark Bocaccio, Mike Loper, Bob Monie,
Jerry Boudreau. John Thomas, Terry Juntti.
Coach AnselmoSkills Through Participation in Meets
Mark Bocacclo in the shot put
March 13 Westwood
16 Tucson Relays
23 Glendale Invitational
April 3 Chandler
6 Chandler Relays
I I Coronado
18 Mesa Tribune Relays
May 4 Inter-Divisional
Dave Herskovits in the broad jump
John Williams and John Ward go- Jerry VanRcusen in the high jump
ing over the hurdles. pit.
195J.V. Trackmen Eam Laurels
J.V. TRACK TEAM . . . Front Row: Ben Harvey, Chris Salomone. Fred Williams. Jim Fissell, Jeff Smith, Bill Ferguson. Second Row: Ter-
ry Clark, Jim Sollenberger, Pete Repp, Gerry VanReusen, Dave Miller, Clint Stidham, Kendall Smith. Back Row: Mike Cranny, Steve
Robinette, Bob Beal, Dennis Peterson. George Mills, Erik Widmark, Frank Zisza. Mike Loper, Dave Papandrew.
Rob Monie practices clearing the pole vault bar.
Jerry Boudreau prepares to put the shot.Frosh Track Team Shows Potential
FRESHMAN TRACK TEAM . . . Front Row: Henry Schilling, Randy Witkamp. Vern Cude, Ron Carter. Second
Row: Terry Turner, Dan Widner, Larry Butler, Don Chenaucl, Grove Green, Larry Plotkin. Back Row: Jim Daudet,
Dennis Spindler, Jerry Johnston, Craig Potter, Kirk Williams. Gary Armstrong.
Cross Country Fourth in State
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM . . . Front Row: Jeff Smith. Terry Clark. Chris Salomone, Fred Williams, Steve Robin-
ette. Back Row: John Thomas, George Mills, Terry Shreeve, Tom Neus, Brad Morfitt.
197Golf Team Headed for State
GOLF TEAM . . .
Front Row: Coach
Ray Jackson, Joe
Porter, Richard Mar-
golin. Back Row: Pow-
ers DuVall, Gary
Swift, Chuck Colton,
Tom Fissel, Gibson
Girls Take to Tennis Courts
GIRLS’ TENNIS TEAM . . .
Front Row: Karen Erickson.
Bonnie Kirchoff, Linda Sig-
mundson, Betsy Dalzell, Miss
Gunther. Back Row: Mary For-
rest, Linda Pomeroy, Robyn
Cummings, Gloria Eklund.
198Varsity Netters Have Good Season
BOYS' TENNIS TEAM . . . Kneeling: Craig Neslage. Standing: Coach Odell, Sam Bartaluzzi. Bill Farmer. George Durham. Sam Rag-
Jand, John Flores.
BiJI FarmerHOWARD AMERSON . . . Sponsored Safe-
ty Council, Letterman's Club: 15 years
teaching; B.A.. M.A.
BEN ANDERSON . . . Co-Sponsored Letter-
man's Club: 4 years teaching; B.A.
PETER ANSELMO . . . Assistant Track
Coach; 5 years teaching: B.A.
WILLIAM BALTZ ... 16 years teaching:
REGINALD BROOKS . . . Sponsored Band
Letterman; 6 years teaching: B.A., M.A.
ERNIE BULLARD ... 3 years teaching;
WALLACE BUMP ... 13 years teaching;
MRS. MARGARET BURRELL . . . Sponsored
Art Club; 9 years teaching; B.A.
JAMES BYRKIT ... 6 years teaching; B.S.
MRS. DOROTHY CAHILL ... 12 years
teaching: B.A., M.A.
PATRICK CARLIN . . . Freshman Football.
J.V. Baseball Coach; 4 years teaching.
AFTON CARPENTER . . . Sponsored OLYM-
PIAN. CLASSIC. 12 years teaching; B.S.,
DR. GORDON CASWELL ... 21 years
teaching; A.B., M.A., Ed. D.
MRS. ELEANOR CLOUGH . . . Sponsored
Y-Tcens; I year teaching: B.A.
JOSEPH COLLIGNON . . . Sponsored
N. H.S., Sophomore Class; 7 years teach-
ing: B.A.. M.A.
GEORGE COWIE ... 3 years teaching;
JOSEPH DOLAN ... 2 years teaching;
MRS. MICKI DOYLE . . . Sponsored Girls
League: 3 years teaching.
ROBERT FINKBINE . . . Sponsored Key
Club. J.V. Football Coach; 7 years teach-
MRS. HELEN FISHER . . . Sponsored Fresh-
man Class: 4 years teaching: B.S., M.A.
MRS. SHIRLEY FRYE . . . Sponsored Mu
Alpha Theta: 9 years teaching: A.B., M.A.
DUANE GARDNER . . . J.V. Football. J.V.
Basketball Coach; 6 years teaching; B.S..
MALCOLM GARRISON ... 23 years teach-
ing; B.A., M.A.
MAURICE GARSON ... 5 years teaching;
ROBERT GIBBONS . . . Sponsored Spanish
Club; 3 years teaching: B.A.
MRS. JUDITH GRANGER ... I year
TOM GRASSL . . . Sponsored Senior Class:
4 years teaching; B.A.. M.A.
GLENN GROENKE ... 10 yoars teaching:
MISS PAULINE GUINTHER . . . Girl's Ten-
nis Teams Coach; 8 years teaching: B.S..
MRS. NATALIE HAHN . . . Sponsored Delta
Omega Tri-Hi-Y; 3 years teaching; B.S.,
LOU HALLMAN . . . Varsity Basketball
Coach; 10 years teaching; B.A., M.A.
MRS. CAROL HAUGELAND ... 2 years
ROBERT HENDRICKS . . . Varsity Football
Coach; Sponsored Let.terman's Club: 8
years teaching; B.A., M.A.
ALFRED HEYWOOD . . . Sponsored Spanish
Club: 8 years teaching: B.A., M.A.
WILLIAM HICKEY ... 4 years teaching;
MRS. ROSEJEAN HINSDALE . . . Sponsored
Arcadian; 3 years teaching: B.A.
WILLIAM HOLMES ... 7 years teaching;
MRS. DORIS HOWARD . . . Sponsored
Fencing Team; 8 years teaching; A.B..
BAXTER HURN . . . Sponsored Rocket Club:
10 years teaching: B.A.. M.N.S.
REYMOND JACKSON . . . Golf, Assistant
Football Coach; 10 years teaching: B.S..
MRS. BETTY JOHNSON . . . Sponsored
Sigma Beta Chi Tri-Hi-Y. 3 years teach-
ing; B.A., M.A.
FORREST JOHNSON . . . Sponsored Bowl-
ing League: 14 years teaching; B.S., M.S.
MRS. RUTH JOHNSON ... 12 years teach-
ing; B.A., M.A.
MERRILL LARGENT ... 4 years teaching;
JEFFERSON LARSON . . . Sponsored Mu
Alpha Theta; 14 years teaching; B.S.
MRS. EDITH LILLYWHITE . . . Sponsored
Girl's League: 3 years teaching: B.A.
ALMOND LITTLETON ... 2 years teach-
MRS. DANA LYNCH . . . Director of School
Play; 5 years teaching: B.S., M.S.
LINCOLN MacPHERSON ... 7 years teach-
MRS. LOUISE MILLER ... 33 years teach-
ing; A.B., M.A.
HAROLD MILLSOP ... 13 years teaching;
FREDERICK MOORE . . . Sponsored Drama
Club: 2 years teaching; B.A.
WILTON MOORE ... 4 years teaching;
JAMES MULLER ... 5 years teaching;
DAVID NEAL ... 4 years teaching; B.A.
SAMUEL ODELL . . . Sponsored Biology
Club: Varsity Tennis, Freshman Football,
Basketball Coach; 9 years teaching; B.A..
LEONARD PELLETTIRI ... 5 years teach-
ing; B.A.. M.A.
DONALD PENFIELD . . . Sponsored Student
Council; I I years teaching; B.S.. M.A.
ARTHUR PETERSON ... 4 years teaching;
MRS. JEAN PETTIE . . . Sponsored D.E.C.A.;
16 years teaching; B.A.
MISS VIRGINIA POWELL . . . Sponsored
G.A.A.. Pom Po'n. Cheerleading Girls; 3
years teaching; B.A.
MRS. LORETTA PROCHASKA ... 14 years
LAWRENCE READER ... 3 years teach-
ing: B.S.. M.S.
MRS. KATE REISS ... 3 years teaching:
A. A., B.A., M.A.
PAUL SANDER ... I year teaching; 8.S.
ANTHONY SCHIFINO . . . Varsity Base-
ball Coach; B.A., M.A.
MRS. PATRICIA SETTLEMOIR . . . Spon-
sored Biology Club; 8 years teaching.
DEVON SHOWLEY . . . Sponsored J.E.T.S.;
9 years teaching; B.A., M.A., M.S.
MISS EILEEN SMOCKE . . . B.A., M.A.
MRS. EMILY STAFFORD ... 13 years
teaching; B.A.. M.A.
WALTER STODGHILL ... I year teaching:
MIKE SVACO ... 3 years teaching: B.A.
THOMAS TEMPLETON ... 6 years teach-
ing; B.S.. M.A.
ELEANORE UPTON ... 8 years teaching;
JOHN WATON ... I year teaching; B.S.,
WILLIAM WIESE ... 2 years teaching;
DR. FRANCIS WILCOX ... 14 years
teaching; B.A., M.A., Ed.D.
ROWLAND WILLIAMS ... 10 years teach-
MRS. CECILIA WITTY ... 7 years teach-
FLOYD WOODARD ... 7 years teaching;
JOSEPH YOUNG ... 13 years teaching;
HIL BRADY ... 22 years teaching; 5
years administrator; B.A., M.A.
MRS. RUTH DOWNEY ... 15 years teach-
ing; 5 years counseling; A.B., M.A.
GENE EASTIN ... 8 years teaching; I
year administrator; B.A., M.A.
MRS. VERMA FEBUS ... 14 years teach
ing: 3 years counseling; B.M., A.M.
MRS. MARGUERITE NEID ... 10 year:
teaching; I year counseling; B.A.. .M.A.
WALTER SCHWARZ ... 8 years teaching
5 years counseling; A.B., M.A.
LEONARD SPOONER ... 14 years teach
ing; 9 years administrator; B.A.. M.A.
JACK WEBB ... 8 years teaching; 3 year
counseling; B.S., M.A.
Adams, Donald—93, 121
Adams, James R.—93. 127
Adams, Jane—63, 110, 120
Adams, Susan—32, 115
Aden, Donald A.—32, 116
Adler, Donald R.—63
Akers. Barbara Ann—93, 148
Akers. Billie Jean—32
Albright, Jacque—63. 110, 151
Allen, Jim—63, 114
Allen. Marilyn—93. 120
Allums, Tim—93, 148, 180
Ambrose. Linda—32, 118, 119
Ambrose, Andy—75, 76, 114, 119
Anderson. John A.—93. 180
Anderson. Kay—76. 147
Applebaum, Susan—76, 117, 151
Armatis. Ann B.—32, 114, 151
Armatis, John S.—63. 190
Armstrong, Gary—93, 197
Aron. Leonard—63, 114
Ashton, Sherrill—32, 150
Augustin. John D.—63
Avant. Leslie—76, 114, 121
Baccellia, Terry—76. 151
Baker. Randy—76, 116
Baldridge. Sandy—32, 117, 120
Baldwin. Loretta—32, 150
Balia. Elaine—32, 115, 151
Balliett. Ron—32. 116
Bann, James—93. 151
Barker, Donna—76, 151
Barnes. Linda—93. 114
Barolet, Barbara—63, 121, 150. 169
Barr, Ronny—76. 181, 192
Bartaluzzi. Sam—33. 119. 122, 174, 179.
Bartolino. Jeff—93. 151. 180
Bauer, Joan—76. 114, 118
Baumann. William—93, 119, 151
Beal. Bob—76. 181. 194. 196
Bean. Liza—II, 33. M3. 115, 143, 161,
Bean. Tricia—93, 125
Beauchamp. Shirley—33. 118, 130
Bechtol, Jane—63. 118
Bedenkop. Rick—93. 180, 188, 193
Begtrup. Marilyn—76, 151
Belden. John—93. 151
Bellenger. Oscar—76. 148
Bemis, Craig—33. 115
Bemis, Ron—93, 190
Benjamin, John—76, 116
Benneson. Nancy—63. 121
Benzel, Karen—II. 33, 115, 118
Benzing, Dennis—77, 116
Benzing, Terry—63. 116
Beresic, David—63, 124
Bernath, Randa—93, 148
Berry, John—63, 123
Bertelsen, Robort—33, 122, 174, 176, 191
Birch. John—63. 146, 174, 178, 194
Birkholz. William—180. 190, 193
Birncy, Mary Ann—93
Bisbee, Steve—94. 180
Biszantz. Edward—33, 122, 179
Blackmore. Carol Ann—63
Blakeley, Carolyn—94, 120
Blakeley. Richard—77. 181, 194
Blakley. William—63. 183, 184. 191
Blate. Bud—77. 181
Blatt. Lee—63. 115
Blazok. Susan—63. 116, 118, 151
Blcyer, Jacqueline—77, 121
Block. Randee Sue—94. 117, 123
Blunda, John—94, 193
Bly. Jim—63. 115. 121
Bly. William—94. 121
Boccaccio. Mark—63. 174. 178, 194, 195
Boettcher, Terry—63. 146
Bonds. Tammy—94Boren. Ken—77
Bostock. Christie—34. 116
Bostock. Frank—92. 94. I 14. 180. 189
Boudreau. Jerry—34. 194, 196
Box, Sandra—34 116
Boyd, Steve—77. 192
Braden, Mike—77, 116
Bradley. Terry—94. 120
Brady. Mike—94, 180
Brennan, Kristen—64. 118
Briggs. Rick—34. 124. 147. 149
Brinton. Landra—77, 114
Brooks. Lawrence—64. 11 7
Brown, Kenneth—34, 124, 150
Brown, Janice Rae—94, 120
Brown. Jeanni—34. 110, 118. 128. 131. 132
Brown. Jeremy—77. 121, 151
Brown. Joanne—77, 110
Brown, Mary Elaine—94, 114
Brown, Rick—94, 123
Bruce. Kim—94. 123
Bryan, Terry—77. 190
Burdette. Sue—64. 118
Burns. Nelson—II. 35. 119, 122, 191
Busch. James—77, 190
Butcher, Tom—94, 151
Butler, Cheryl—78. 117
Butler, Chuck—4. 35. 114. 119. 122, 133.
136. 142, 169
Butler, Diane—64, 124
Butler. Lawrence—94. 189, 193, 197
Butler. Richard—94. 180. 188. 193
Byrd. Leslie (Art)—35
Byrd. Shirley—94. 120
Cady. Bob—35. 122
Caldwell. Paul—64. 146. 150
Calicndo, Paul—94. 114
Call. Gary—64. 146
Cali. John—35. 142. 150
Call. Michael—94, 148
Call. Rita—23. 35, 118
Cameron. Nancy—78. I 10, 114, 121
Cameron. Steve—64. 119. 121, 194
Cannon, Dale—78. 151
Canter, Bob—64. 190
Carey. Pat—64. 121
Carroll. Bobbi—35. 121. 138
Carter. Forrest—78. 194
Carter. George—35. 124
Carter. Ronald—95, 123, 197
Carter. Vincent—59, 122, 190
Case. Chuck—78. 123. 146. 154
Caudle. Joe—36. 115. 124. 169. 190
Cazel, Patricia—95. 149
Cetti. Bill—36. 122. 146, 149
Chadderson, Valerie—95. 148
Chaillie. Suzanne—78, 148
Chance. Joan—64, 115, 118
Charland, Richard—64. 116, 150
Chase. John—36, 123
Chenhall. Ray—78, 119
Chenhall. Don—95. 180. 197
Childers. Coette—78, 151
Christensen, Robert—36. 115, 116, 124
Christmas, Frances—95. 120
Christmas. Rick—36. 122. 174. 177. 179.
Clare. Mary Ellen—65
Clark. Connie—9. 36. III. I 15. 118. 131.
Clark. Gary—78. 181, 192
Clark, John—I 17
Clark, Mark—95. 148
Clark, Ruth Ann—65. 117
Clark. Terry—78. 196. 197
Clark. Tina—65, 121
Clarke. Larry—36. 122. 174, 178
Clemens. Sherry—65. 120
Coar, Gail—36. 150
Coffman. Darclyn—65. 118
Cole. Donnella—65, 118, 123. 146. 150
Cole. Tom—78, 192
Cole. Vance—65. 116, 150
Colton. (Chuck)—78. 181. 198
Collett. Miranda—65. 117, 147
Conner, Judy—95, 120
Conroy, Don—150. 154
Contos. Gus—78. 181
Cook. Don—79. 123. 139
Cook. Rick—36. 117. 123. 124. 153
Cook. Martha—65. 129
Cooley. Tom—3. 92. 95. 112. 180. 188.
Coover, Warren—79, 181
Coppins, James Burce—95
Coppock. Douglas—79. 150
Corbitt. Corinne—79, 146
Counts. Nancy—65, 121
Cowan, Bill—65. 146
Cox. Don—65. 129. 190. 194
Cranny. Mike—79. 147. 149, 181. 196
Crewson, Jerry—65. 174, 177, 179
Croft, Sharon—65. 115
Cronshey. Bob—79, 123
Cuckler. Jerald—65. 117, 123. 124
Cummins. Robyn—79. I 16. 151. 198
Dalcssandro. Audrey—75. 79, 110, 112,
Daley. Ron—79. 116
Dalzell. Betsy—79. 198
Daudet, James—95. 194, 197
Davidson, Jean—79. 151. 169
Davis, Bobbie Jeanne—118, 120, 131
Davis. John—65. 123. 148
Davis. Lynn—79. 116, 126
Davis. Margaret—95, 120
Davis. Stephen—79. 123
Davis. Tom—73. 123
De Berge. Pat—95. 120
Deike, Evelyn—65, 150
Deloian, Rosemary—79, 110, 120, 151
Doneke. Ronny—79. 181. 190. 192
Denton, Jeannene—65, 150, 169
Deschlcr, Connie—95, 120
Deschler, Tim—79, 181. 190
DoWitt. Donna Marie—65
Dibble. Marcia—65. 110
Dick. Mike—37. 119
Dick. Susan—96. 120
Dietz. Tim—79. 119. 190
Dill. Mark—96. 148. 155
Ditson, Mia—96. 121
Dole, Dennis—96, 148
Dooley. Martha—96. 120
Dorfman. Bob—66, 146
Doyle, Greg—96, 148
115 Draney. Jerri—9. 37. 118, 131, 133
Draughon, Bob—66. 151. 174. 179
Dreblow. Dave—4, 37. 114, 124, 146, 164
Drechsler, Nancy—37, 118
Duggan. Linda—96, 120
Dunbar, Linda—96. 120
Dunfee, Janet—37. 115, 118
Dunn, Karen—96. 148
Durham. George—II, 37, 113, 115, 124,
143. 161. 169. 170, 199
Durrell, Julie—59, 118, 119, 130
DuVall. Powers—38. 119. 122, 124, 198
Edmundson. Terry—38. 142. 150
Edwards, Linda—96, 120
Edwards, Susan—66. 118
Ehrsam, Becky—96. 120
Eklund. Gloria—38. 118, 122, 146, 198
Elliott. Carolyn—80. 120. 121
Elliott. Lois—38. 118. 122. 146. 150
Elliott. Marilyn—80, 120
Elsberry. Vera (Susie)
Elson, David—38. 124
Elson, Vickie—80, 11 7
Emery. Charles—38. 115. 117. 150. 153.
Emery. Lee—66. 148
Emmons. Andrea—38. 118
Erickson, Karen—96. 120. 198
Eskridge. Mary Lou—66
Etchells. Kathy—80, 120
Eungard. Paula (Susie)—80
Eurard, Nonna Jo—96
Fabeny, Patricia—38. 115
Faber, Bart—80, 181
Fairfield. Bob—39. 127. 150
Falk, Carolyn—39, 96
Falk. Kathy—66, 117
Farmer. Bill—39. 122, 199
Farmer. Evert—66, 179
Farmer, Sharon—8, 39, 118, 122, 147
Farmer, Tom—66. 119, 174, 178, 183, 185
Faught, lyn—66, 114, 120, 121
Fennell. Michael—66. 190
Ferguson. Cathy—117, 121, 123
Ferguson. Linda—66. 118. 131. 132
Ferguson, William—80. 150. 181, 194, 196
Fieck, Doug—151, 193
Finch. Ronald—80. I 16
Fisher, Jim—80. 147
Fissell, James—80. 181, 196
Fissell, Thomas—66, 198
Florez, John—66. 119. 130. 140. 166, 199
Forrest. Mary—66. 120. 198
Foster, Thomas—66. 119, 179
Fraley. Paula—66, 151
Francke. David—66. 123
Freestone, Nancy—80. 120
French. Marie—39, I 16
Frere, Gary—66, 191
Fulbrecht. Lynn—39. 115, 171
Gaintner, James—97. 151. 180
Gaintner. LeRoy—39. 114. 115, 119, 122.
124. 142, 150. 169, 174. 176
Gallagher, Gail—39. 139. 143
Galwey, Michael—97, 123, 148
Galwey. Sharyn—66. 123, 148
Gamble. Terry—8, 66. 127, 147
Gardner, Patty—40, 121
Garrison. Sarah—97. 149
Geiger, Patricia—80, 114, 146
Gentry, Priscilla—97, 121
George. Jerone—97, 193
Gerstenschlager. Stanley—97, 148
Gibbons, Greg—116, 121
Gieszl, Carol—80, 121
Gilbert, Sandy—40. 139
Glover. Gerald—80. 116, 123
Goeman, Penny—81, 148
Goldman. Sheila—97. 117
Goodman, Chris—97. 148
Goodman. Patti—97. 120
Gordon, Wayne—97. 117
Goudie. Tom—19, 67, 122, 191
Grady, Diane—97, 120
Graham. Rosalind—97, 120
Grant. Land—81. 181
Granzow, Fred—67. 122, 147
Gray, Richard—67, 174, 176. 194
Gre :o. Don
Green, Beth—67, 115, 121
Green, Candy—67, 120
Greene. Grove—3, 97, 148, 180, 197
Griffith, Gene—40, 115, 119, 124, 170
Grimditch, Gloria—67. 115, 124
Guffey, Elaine—97, 120, 121
Guthrie. John—114, 146, 149. 150
Guthrie. Richard—40, 92
Guyan. Vic—97, 151, 189
Gygi. Peggy—67, 151
Haddy. Anita—97, 120. 148
Haddy. Sharon—67, 121, 150
Hagcrty, Michael—81, 148
Hairston. Tom—81, 181
Hall. Daniel—67, 147
Hall. Steve—67. 190
Hamilton. Frank—41, 116
Hammett. Vaunda—81. 133, 146
Hammond. Nancy—67, 115. 117. 124
Haney. Janet—81. 120. 125, 149
Hanlon, David—98. 180, 189
Haplp. Charles—98, 123
Hapip. Paul—67. 114. 123. 124
Hardy. Barbara—81. 115
Harmann. Gary—98. 151. 180
Harmon. Ronald—67, 115
Harrington. Marcia—4. II. 41. III. M3.
115. 118. 119. 142. 169
Harvey. Ben—81. 196
Harvey. Thomas—81. 148
Haugeland. Carol—81. 126
Haupt. Barbara—II. 41. Ill, M3. 115.
118. 119. 139. 143. 163
Havighurst. Nancy—41. 121, 139, 168
Hawkins. Philip—41. 151
Hawks, Terry—41. 148. 150
Hayden. Ann—67. I 15. 118
Hayden. Karen—81. 149
Heath. Lisa—67. 115
Helgeson. Steven—98. 190. 193
Henderson. Charles (Rick)—41. 127. 139
Hendrix, Bill—98. 151
Henson. Pam—98. 120
Heringer, Jane—82. 147
Heringer. John—98. 148
Herndon. Rick—98. 148. 149
Herskovits. Dave—41. 59. M2. 115. 119.
122. 124. 137. 174. 178. 195
Hiatt. Joanna—82. 150
Hibler. Larry—67, 116. 150
Hickman. Judy—67. I 14
Hiegel. John—42. 150
Hiegel. Mary—67. 116. 150
Hilsabeck. Corky—42. 122, 183. 186
Hilsabeck. Scott—82. 181
Hiner. Gerald—82. 151
Hiner, Nicolas—98. 146. 149
Hitchings. Bill—180. 188. 193
Hodder. Jim—42. 124, 146
Hodges. Betsy—4, II, 42. 118, 119
Hodges. Don—127, 139
Hodgson. Stephen—82. 181. 192
Hoefelmann. Richard—67. 115, 146. 174,
Hoeksema. Cathy—23. 42. 171
Hoffman. Bill—82. 114. 119, 150
Hoffman. Carol—67, 121
Hogan, Cheryl—82. 151
Holm. Don—82. 181
Holmberg, Bill—67. 117
Houston. Robyn—62. 68, I 10. 114. I 18.
119, 125, 130. 150
Howe. Woody (William)—82. 181
Hoyer. Nancy—42. III, 118. 131. 133.
Hoyt. Coleman—68. 115
Hoyt. Tim—98. 148. 189
Hume. Sharon—68. 121
Hunt. Ann—42. 126. 171
Hussey. Bill—98. 151
Huvelle. Jeanne—98. 114. 120
Inscho, Caro!—98. 120
Jacobs. Martha Lynn
James. Chuck—99. M2. 180. 192. 193
Jamison. Linda—9. 82. III. 114, 131. 133
Jennings. Karla—8. 68. 121. 125, 150
Johnson. Becky—99. 120
Johnson. Bruce—82, 115
Johnson. Cindy—9. 43. M3. 115. 118. 128.
131. 133. 163. 168
Johnson. Jody—68. 118
Johnson. Kay—6, 43. 115. 126
Johnson. Ron—83. 181. 192
Johnson. Bill—82. 122. 181. 190
Johnston. Jerry—99. 151, 197
Jones. Penny—68. 114, 147
Jones. Tibby—33, 99, 110. 114
Jones. Shirley—99, 120
Jordan. Barbara—43. 115. 151
Jorgenson. Jeanne—43. 118. 139
Juntti. Terry—122. 194
Kamstra, Charoltte—83. 121
Kamstra. Bill—43. 146
Kapner. Glenn—99. I 16. 188
205Karales. Alexis—68. 118. 121
Karales. Nick—II. 43. III. 122. 127, 191
Katarski, Mary—8. 44. 110, III. I 15. 122.
Katarski. Stan—68. 147, 179
Kearney. Tcrry- 4. 122, 183. 186. 191
Keen. Pam—83. 150
Keeton, Vince—83, 181
Keith. Alan—83. 181
Kelly. Nancy—9, 44. 118. 128. 131. 133.
Kelty. Glenn—44. 123
Kennedy. Brian—83. 181
Kennedy, Rose—44, 116
Kent, Mary Frances—44
Kershaw. Suzanne—68. 131, 132
Kidwell, Pat—83, 116. 121
Kimball. Ralph—44. 115. 124. 137
Kinchloe. Susan—44. 150
Kinkel, Joyce—68, 151
Kinzlc. Carole—45. 118. 127, 171
Kinzle, Don—99. 180. 188
Kircher. Elizabeth—99, 114
Kirchoff. Bonnie—44. 151, 198
Kleinz. Karen—99. 117. 121
Kleinz. Linda—83. 120
Kline. Carol—45. 116
Knight. Pam—83. I 18
Koerner. Scott—83. 190
Kopecky, Kim—83, 148
Koppen. Jack—45. 122, 143. 174, 176
Kos, Barbara—45. 150
Krahenbuhl, Linda—83, 151
Krantz, Mike—99. 151
Krebs. Kathy—68. 151
Kriner. Okey (Linn)—83
Kron. Gary—99, 180, 188. 193
Kuchler. Carol—45. 150
Kumfer. Tim—45. 122. 191
Kuykendall, Jim—99, 180, 193
Kyff. Cheryl—83. 121. 151
Lacy, Ellen—45, 122, 147
La Grotta. Pinky—68
Lam. Alan—99. 180. 190
La Mantia. John—68. 194
, Lamson. Nancy—84, 121
Lamuth. Bill—59. 122, 191
Lancaster. Connie—I 14
Landry, Steve—84. 181. 191
Lane. Candy—45. 115, 121
Langley. Jim—69, 174, 178
Lanser. Regina—99. 120
Larson, Kathleen—100. 121
Laubach. Jane—84. 148
Lawlus, Betty—84. 114
Leatzow. Robyne—69. 120. 131, 132
Leiler. Gary—100. 151, 180, 188
Lewis. Larry—46, 114, 147, 151
Licklider, Nan—69, 127, 147
Lillyblad, Breck—46. 116
Lindblom, Kip—46, 117, 153
Lindstrom, Al—46, 119. 143
Lindstrom, Jacquelyn—9, 75, 84. 114, 131
Lohman, Gary—100. 121
Lohr, Clark—69, 152
Looman, John—69, 192
Loper. Mike—84. 181. 194, 196
Lundin. Mimi—II, 46, 114. 117. 118. 119.
Lupton, Julie—69. 118
Lynch, Tom—46. 122
McCarthy. Bill—100, 193
McCasland, Lynn—84. 150
McClue, Larry—100, 180
McClure. Laura—84, 146
McDaniel. Roberta—47, 151
MacDonald. John—59, 119 122 124 17
MacDonald. Ron—69. 114, 119 126 174
McFadden, Micki—9. 69. 118, 131, 133
McFord. Leonard—69, 123, 150
McGinty. Pat—47. 119, 122, 128, 155,
162, 174, 176,-177, 179
McGwire. Merry—62, 69. 112, 118, 130,
McKeown. Dan—84, 124
McKeown, Mike—84, 146
McLeod, Nancy—85, 151
McNamara. Dan—69. 117
McNulty. David—85. 123. 149. 150
McWard. Bob—47, 174. 176
Madden. (Chris)—69. 190
Maggard, Janeal—84. 151
Manning, Susan—100. 120
Manzo. Joe—46. 151
Marcacci. Phil—47, 137. 150. 174. 178
Mardian, Charlene—69, 151
Mard ian, Frank—100
Margolin. Richard—84. 198
Marshall. Warner—100. 151
Martin. Chris—69. 192
Martin, Mary Jo—84, 146
Maschner. Gray—47, 122, 126, 146, 149
Mattingly, George—100, 180, 188. 193
May. David—84. 150, 181, 190
Mee. Martha—100. 110, 129. 165
Mee. Molly----47. 59. 110. 114, 118
Mendola, Frank—85. 151
Mercier, Jim—85. 119
Mercier, Mary Ann—47. 115. 118. 119.
Messcc, Philip—85. 192, 151
Meudell, Connie—48, 137, 118, 119. I 10
Meyers. Jo Anne—100
Mickle. Richard—85. 121
Miller, James—101, 146. 149
Miller. Curtis—101. 193
Miller. David—85. 194, 196
Miller. Janet—48. 114. 115. 124. 142
Miller. Marilyn—70. 124
Miller, Judy—85. 151
Miller. Pat—70. 151
Miller. Sid—85. 192
Miller, Steve—70. 124
Miller. Susan Kay—101, 115
Miller. Warren—48. 123
Mills. George—8. 85. 196. 197
Missner, Sharon—100, 117
Mitchell. (Bonnie)—70. 120
Mitchell, Steve—101, 151
Monie. Bob—85. 194. 196
Monie. Wayne—101. 148, 190
Montgomery, Ja Deanne—85. 121
Montgomery, Kathy—85, 151
Monzel. Eileen—48. 119
Moore. Carol—48. 127. 146
Moore. Rosemary—85. 126. 6
Morfitt. Brad—85. 122. 194. 197
Moulton, Joyce—101, 149
Moulton. Terry—48. 124
Mower. Russell (Dusty)—85
Munns. Becky—48. 59, 85, 114. 115. 117.
150. 138. 169
Murphy Mike—48. 122
Murphy. Patty—70. 125
Murray, Jim—70, 146
Myklestad. Nancy—101, 120
Nairn, Anne—70. 132, 120, 131
Nairn. Bob—48, 119
Nash. Walter—70, 124
Nauman, Nina—86. 126
Neal. John—101. 193
Necr, Mike—49. 59. 112, 124. 153. II
Nelson. John—49, 151
Neslage. Craig—101. 199
Neus, Tom—49. 122. 194. 197
New. Mike—49. 123
Nichols. Bill—101. 191
Nichols. Nicky—177. 70. 179. 122. 174.
Nichols. Bill—86, 181
Nicholson. Nickie—86. 115
Nikiforuk, Paul—85. 151
Norde, Leslie—70. 124
207Northrop. Corky—49 183. 184, 191
Oatis. Karen—85. 123
O’Brien. Alice—101. 120
O’Connor. Jim—101. 180. 151
O'Connor. Mike—101. 120
Oden. Kristen—49. 117. 153. 154
Oden. Randy—86. • 92
Oehler, Connie—49. 116
O'Gara. Peggy—49. 133. 131. 9. 142. 170
Ogden. David—70. 150. 190
Ohms. Sharon—86. 120
Olden. Bob—101. 189
Oliver. Patty—86, 151
Olsen, Gene—101. 151
Olsen. Jolene—70. 118, 124
Olson. Karen—86. 114. 118
Ong. Elaine—70. 116. 121. 62. NO
Orth. Steve—86. 181. 192
Orth. Sue—70. 114. 118, 62
Ouren. Sue—86, 115
Ovcrmicr. Dana—86. 120
Owen. Andy—70. 117. 130. 167. 152. 153.
123. 125. 154. 140
Owen. Carolyn—70. 146, 154
Page. Alex (Bob)—86
Palmer. Bruce—71. 147
Papandrew. Dave—86. 196
Parker. Tom—49. 59. 115. 122. 124. 194
Parront. Dick—50. 178. 122. 174
Peare. Jim—102. 86
Pearson. Jane—71. 120. 121
Pebler, Judy—87. 151
Pebler. Bill—50. 150
Pelsue. Ed—127. 150
Pcnquite, Richard—87. 116
Peters. Haven—87. I 14
Peterson, Dennis—87. 194. 196
Peterson. Eric—71, 119, 116, 194
Peterson. Sandy—50. 132, 131
Petsch, Donna—50, 121, 139
Pettycrew. Bruce—102. 123
Pettycrew. Stuart—50. 116
Peyou. Tony—102. 180. 193
Peyou. Margaret—71. 120
Piccinati. Art—71. 112, 130. 167. 62. 92
Piccinati, Adele—102. I 12. 120
Pierce. Betsy—102. 120
Pierce. Gregory—102. 180
Pike. Harl—50. 115
Pingitore. Ricky—50. 122
Pittman. Margret—50. 150
Pittman. Pete—71. 179
Pledger. Cheryl—50. 115, 119
Plotkin. Larry—102. 180, 189. 197
Plotkin. Linda—71. 122. 147. 110
Polen, Sharon—51, 121
Pomeroy. Linda—51. 127. Ill, 198
Porter. Joe—51. 133. 136, 119. 122. 124.
Post. Gayle—87. 151
Potter. Craig—102, 197
Pratt. Gibson—51, 119. 122, 198, 194
Pratt. Susan—87. 151
Pratt. Paul—71. 178. 174
Price, Pamela—71, 151
Propstra, Diane—71. 114
Propstra. John—51. 163. 177. 179, 122.
128, 174. 185. 183. 191
Putnam. Gage—87. 114, 115
Quinn. Michael—51. 122. 147. 149
Quinn. William—87. 147, 149
Quinnelly. Jane—87. 150
Rabey. Carole—71, 151
Ragland. Sam—71. 120. 126. 199
Ralston. Bill—102, 180
Rampy. Mike—87, 119, 146
Reardon, Sharon—51. 118. 124
Rebeles. Lucy—51, 116, 151
Rebeske. Barbara—71, 133. 131, 9
Rebeske. John—51, 117
Reger. John—71. 115. 122. 147
Reid. Gene—51. 122. 129. 190
Reid, Karen—87. I 15. 121
208Repp. Peter—87. 181. 194. 196
Retter. Laurie—51. 115. 118. 124
Reynolds. Judy—87. 120. 131
Rhoades. Steve—72. 122
Richardson. Dick—72. I 16
Richardson. Jeff—72. 177. 179. 174
Richmond. Ann—51. 114, 115, 120, 124
Ricklick. Julie—52. 139
Rimsza. Mary Ellen—102. 121, 148
Robb. Lynn—87. 151
Roberts. Lauren—102, 149. 169
Robinette. Steve—87. 196. 197
Robyn. Bob—52. 147. 150. 154
Rocker. Mary Jane—87
Rockcrhousen. John—72. 150
Rohmer. John—102. 193
Rollins. Everett—52. 163. 177. 178. 179.
128. 174, 191
Romney. Jeanne—103, 151
Romney. Louise—103. 120
Rondeau. Jay—72. 122. 190
Rondeau. Jim—103. 190
Rooker. Cal—103. 180. 148. 193. 188
Ropper. Sue—88. 117, 120
Roschival. Gail—72. 121. 8
Rose. Kathy—88. 121
Rose. Nancy—72. 114, 115, 124
Ross, Pam—72. 151
Rossetti. Dorothy—52. 114, 118, 119. 127,
Roth, Margie—72, 150
5 Rothweiler, Tom—88
Rowe. Paul—72. 117
Royston. Lou Don
Rupert. Toby Lynn—88
Sadacca. Harvey—72. 124
Sage. Ken—88. 181
Salina. Cheryl—52, 127
Salisbury. Laurie—165. 88. 114. 129. 147,
Salmi. Neil—72. 88. 147. 123
Salomone. Chris—88. 114. 196, 197
Salomone. Stephanie—52. 114
Salsburg. Darryll—88. 181
Sandberg. John—103. 190
Sanson. Betsy—72. 118
Saper, Eileen—103. 120
Sarten, Karen—72. 114. 146
Savittieri. Sue—116, 118. 121
Schafberger, Gayle—72. 118. 151
Schedler, Dave—88. 181. 191
Scheitlin. Donna—52. 119, 121
Schilling. Charlotte—4, 52. 59. 164. M2.
118. 119. 129. Ill
Schilling. Henry—103, 197
Schlossnagel, Linda—52, 114, 121
Schmidt. Mary Ann—53. 126
Schneider, Pam—103, 148
Schure, Richard—88. 146
Schwarze. Rick—123. 125. 88. 181
Schwinghamer. Brian—72, 117
Scofield. John—53. 115. 119, 124
Scott. Betty—72. 120. 121
Scott. Mary Kay—53
Scruggs. Patria—53. 117
Seargeant, Patty—53, 116, 118
Sedgwick, Phil—103, 188, 151
Shall. Mary Ann—88
Sheeley. Barbara—88. 120
Sheer. Carole—120, 131
Sheer. Judi—53. 117. 121
Sheer. Roger—88. 117. 190
Sheets. John—72. 117
Sheldon. Sandy—53. 115. 150. 161
Sheller. George—103. 148
Sher. Lawrence—53, 152, 153
Shields. Richard—53. 137, 176. 114. 119.
Shoemaker. Brad—53. 122. 183, 186
Shonerd. Wesley—103. 151
Shore. Sandy—53. 114. 118, 121, 129. 139
Shore. Tom—73. 177. 179. 174. 183, 185.
Shreeve. Terry—89. 194, 197
Sigman, Lynn—73, 121
Sigmundson. Lynda—103. 120, 198
Simser, Cheryl—73. 119
Simser. Donna—54, 120
Simser, Nancy "Bettic"—103
Sirridge. Sheila—73. 110
Skalak. Cynthia—103. 120
Slatterly, Carolee—54. 116
Slider, Robert—103. 148
Smisek. Chuck—54, 127. 139
Smith. Andrew—54. 124. 123
209Smith. Dick—54. 176. 122. 174
Smith. Jeff—89. 196. 197
Smith. Carole Joy—54. 116
Smith. Diana—54. 116
Smith. Elizabeth—103. 114
Smith. Frank—89. 147. 149
Smith, Judy—89. 120
Smith, Kay—54. 115
Smith. Leslie—73, 115
Smith, Lorraine—89. 114
Smith. Sarah—104. 120
Smith. Marilyn—89. 120
Smith, Mike—4. 54, 122, 124
Smith. Jeff—73. 122. 124
Smith. Kendall—89, 196
Smith. Bob—89. 116. 150
Smith. Stephanie—89, 149
Smith. Truck (Talbot)—73. 179. 122. 124
Smith. Terrie Eliz—104. 120
Snyder. Donald—73. 116, 117
Sollenberger. Barry—73, 194
Sollenberger, Jim—89, 196
Spangler. Karl—73. 190
Spangler, Bill—104. 193
Spellman. Jim—73. 177. 179. 174
Spellman. Steve—89, 121
Speros. Estelle—89. 116. 117. 121
Spielberg, Steven—89. 117, 148
Spindler. Dennis—104. 151. 197
Spooner. Molly—104. I 14
Sprinzl, Gary—55. 150
Stabile. Vivian—73, 150
Stalnaker. Karl—104. 151
Stalnaker. Mary—55. 117. 118, 152. 150
Stanton. Barbara—104, 120
StClair. Nancy—89, 146
Steele. John—55. 115. 124. 184. 183
Stephenson, Sandra—104, 123
Stephenson, Tuck—M2. 119. 75, 181
Sternberg. Gretchen—89. M4
Stewart. Mary Jo—73. 121. 125
Stidham. Clint—89. 146, 194. 196
Stidham. Lucy—I 14
Stiles. Don—73, 194
Stines, Jerry—73, 194
Stockman, Carol Lee
Story. Steve—104, 180
Stromme. Carol—73. 118. 167. 130. 150.
Struble. Edwin—89. 146. 192
St Thomas, Mary Jane—89
Suggs, Steve—89, 147
Sulek. Jim—104. 180, 189. 151
Summey, Kay—73, 115, 116
Sutton, Nancy—73, 123
Swcdlund. Sandy—104, 120
Swift. Gary—55. 176. 122, 174, 198
Tait. Steve—104, 180. 193
Tallon, Chris—104, 180
Taylor. Denise—55. 119. 126, 6. 171
Taylor. Harry—104. 193
Tellier, Bob—89, 192
Temple. Rob—55. 176. 174. 183. 191
Tcmplin. Mary—55, 149, 169
Tharp. Charles—73, 122
Thomas. John—56. 149, 194, 197
Thompson. Keith—90. 124
Thompson. Linda—56, 116
Thomson, James—105, 148. 189
Thomson. Mark—90. 116
Thurston. John—74, 190
Tingwald, Jim—74. 115, 174, 191
Tinney. Karen—90, 120
Tomkins. Carolyn—74. I 17. 147
Tomlinson. Clede—90, 151
Tonner, Susan—114, 120, 92, 12:
Towsley, Marilyn—56, 115, 119
Toy. Bill—90. 148. 139
Trapp. Sandy—105. 121
Trcster, Barbara—74, 114, 121
Trost, John—56. 183, 185
Truitt. Bob—105, 189
Tucker. Sheila—90, 115
Turek, Linda—56, 114, 121
Turek, Mike—90, 114, 115
Turner, Terry—105. 197
Tyree. Susan—90. 123, 151
Van Buskirk, Barbara
Van Houten. Jim—82. 123, l
210Van Reuscn, Jerry—82. 147. 195. 194. 196
Van Reusen. John—72. 183. 184
Van Valer, Bruce—105
Vaughan. Frank—74, 176. 112, 119, 62,
Vehon, Barbara—90. 151
Vehon, Joseph—105. 151
Verner. Lynda—90. 120
Villarreal, Linda—90. 120
Villoria, Bob—105, 151
Vogel, Brady—74. I 19
Volkmar, Chalice—56. 116
Volkmar, Janine—105. 117, 121, 123
Von Ammon. Hallie—76
Wagner, Mara Kathy—105
Walker, Danny—74. 115
Wall. Nira—105, 120
Wallace. Ricky (Ralph)—90
Walleck, Carol—90. 123
Walmsley. Janet—90. 118
Walsh, Greg—74, 148
Wamsley. Bill—56, 114, 119, 127. Ill
Wanic. Toni—74. 114. 130. 167. 110
Ward. John—195. 194
Wash, Marilyn—57. 116
Washburn. Kathy—74, 121
Watson. Mike—105. 180. 190
Webb, Margaret—105. 120
Webber. Pat—90. 116
Weber. Beth—57. 117, 152. 150, 154
Weber. Jean—90. 117, 151
Weekes. Candy—74. 132, 131
Weidemaier, John—91. 192
Wcingartner, Reita—105. 120
Weir, Christina—74. 120
Welsh. Paul Edgar (Ed)—57
Welsh. Paula—91. 151
Werner. David—91. 181. 192
Westhoven, Paul—105, 148
White. Greg—91, 150
White, Richard—105. 151
Whitehead. Mary Eliz—57. 116
Whiteside. Frank—57, 116. 146. 149, 194
Whitley. Dwight—106. 180. 151
Widmark, Erik—91. 146, 196
Widner. Dan—106. 197
Wilcox. Beverly—74. 122, 147, 153, 149
Williams, Skeeter—91, 196, 197
Williams, John—74, 195, 194
Williams. Kirk—3. 106. 180. 189. 197
Williams. Laura—74. 165. 120, 121. 129
Williams. Martha—4. 57. 117, 11-9, 121,
127. III. 170
Williams. Mary Ann
Williams. Rick—74. 138, 190
Williams. Penny (Sharron)—91
Wilson, Cathy—91. 151
Wilson. Patricia—106. 120. 148
Winters. Carey—I 14
Witkamp. Randy (C) —106. 197
Witty. Cathie—74. 124. 151. 198
Wood. Glen Ann—74, 120
Wood. Rick—58. 133, 119, 142
Woodward, T. Craig—58
Woudenbcrg, Dana—74, 177. 119, 174,
Wright. Darlene—74. 117. 121, 155
Wright. Randy—91. 112. I 15. 75
Wright, Rhonda—106. 120
Wright. Jeff—58. 149. 169
Wright. Susan—91. 151
Wynn. Lynda—58, 116
Yancey. Sherry—91. 150
Yee. Lily—58. 149
Young. Carol—91. 151
Young. Jeff—91, 116
Zenobi. Gail—91. I 14
Zesiger, Doris—58. 121, 8
Ziegler, Eddra—91, 110
Ziska, Frank—91. 117. 194. 196
Zlatich. John—106. 189
Zuidema, Linda—74, 150
Zwaanstra. Donna—91. 120
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