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Titans, meet Oliver, the omnipresent spirit of the 1965
Olympian . . . he’s a contagious individual . . . most of you
are familiar with him already . . . but allow us to reiterate
a little . . . Oliver is the spark,
the fire, the enthusiasm . . .
the sum of the Arcadian
spirit ... He permeates the
campus, the academics, the
athletics, the activities . . .
he boosts our ego in times
of victory . . . consoles in times
of defeat . . . congratulates
us on accomplishments . . .
praises all triumphs . . .
Oliver’s warmth welcomes
new Titans and guests to
our campus ... he sadly
bids adieu to our graduates
and transfers ... too often
we take him for granted.
Oliver is here and long may
we appreciate his spirit . . .
the omnipresent spirit of Arcadi
and of the 1965 Olympian.
184Correct inake-up application is an important necessity of pre-performance.
It’s easy to view the Arcadia campus . . . it’s
students and teachers . . . life and leisure . . .
the Circle stands out uniquely ... the Walk
of the Olives ... a new arts building . . .
the crowded stadiums and gyms ... the quiet
hum of a typing class ... the silent squeak
of pens across the notebook page . . . but be-
hind all this are the wheels and cogs that make
the whole thing run ... the hours in the li-
brary, study hours and quiet hours at home
. . . the all night cram session on the night
before the big exam ... the sweaty hours
on a practice- turf . . . “you’re gonna look
lousy Friday night . . . move it” . . . props
and scenery construction . . . you rehearse and
rehearse . . . teachers prepare ... it never
stops . . . night classes at ASU . . . lesson
plans, test construction, flunk notices . . . put
them all together . . . preparation, practice
... the smooth, efficient picture emerges.
Mrs. Neid, Mrs. Hinsdale and Mr. Tur-
ner begin another night of classes in
the educational building at ASU.Junior» brighten goal posts with Titan colors, red
and blue, to spark school spirit.
United we stand . . . satisfaction of belonging . . .
proud Titans . . . somehow the spirit developes . . .
envelops academics, activities . . . athletics ... the
drive to succeed . . . make the most of each opportunity
. . . because we’re Titans . . . “Let’s go Red and Blue
. . . We’re from Arcadia” . . . tense excitement, eager
anticipation . . . “Fight Titans for Arcadia . . . give
your all determination to strain every muscle
... in hope . . . jubilant pride in victory . . . sober
pride when on the short end of the score ... a hug and
a scream of congratulations ... a firm handshake, the
grip of confidence . . . sometimes we lose . . . victory
is always ours ... for the enthusiasm is undcfeatable
. . . the spirit of the Arcadia Titans always triumphs.
6Quietly boarding the bus for an away bout, varsity team members review the
tactics to be used in the coming gridiron battle.
Single faces in a crowded gymnasium blend together to form an eager and enthusiastic crowd to cheer on the Titan cagers.A high school girl's dream comes true as Laurie Ptak is crowned 1964 Arcadia Homecoming Queen. With her are attendants
Bobbie Davis and Jacque Lindstrom.
Leaving to attend a Titan basketball game arc popu-
lar seniors Andy Ambrose and Linda Scranton.
The Arcadia education extends far beyond the walls of
the classroom . . . Titans mature academically . . .
grow in poise and confidence . . . friendships are made
. . . somehow the campus . . . and life . . . look a little
different . . . when there is someone special . . . very
special to share the days with ... the fun of growing
up . . . the boisterous excitement of a football game
... the quiet hush as a new Queen is announced . . .
a dozen club meetings . . . poster parties . . . decora-
tions and new dimensions . . . international exchanges
open new doors to understanding . . . sometimes ... if
there is time . . .’studying can be worked in . . . four
years ... to do so much ... to see so much ... to
enjoy life as a teen-ager .. . four years to grow.
8When studies get the best of you, it’s never time to punt—you cram instead.
Cheryl Hogan and Ana Maria Carvalhcdo promote the international flavor for the Titan campus
with an AFS stock sale to Steve Brown.
Arcadia High introduced a language lab for the betterment of educational facilities.
Mrs. Edith Lillywhite presides at the annual home economics open house presented for parents and members of the faculty.
10Hours of rehearsal and practice put all the theory and study into reality as the Arcadia music groups present another of their
A reason for existing ... the academic chal-
lenge of the classroom . . . prepare for college
. . . and life . . . class rankings can make or
break ... the coveted principal’s pass . . .
the dreaded failure notices . . . the all night
cram sessions ... a pop quiz ... a nine week
test . . . research and term papers . . . thank
heavens for Saguaro Library . . . two hours
preparation a night . . . sometimes . . . you
practice and rehearse . . . performance night
arrives . . . put the theory into practice . . .
opening night jitters . . . couple with pre-con-
cert blues ... a new arts building . . . more
space and more classrooms ... a queasy feel-
ing in the pit of the stomach ... the work will
never cease ... it will never get done . . . but
it always does . . . around the corner . . .
graduation, vacation ... a three month
A new arts building rose during the fall semester and it added
muchly needed new classrooms.
Janet WalmsleyMr. Olympian
Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Bill Close
Mr. Earl Sum rail
School Board Members Establish Policy
Outstanding citizens of the Scottsdale community have established a continuing pattern
of leadership and service while serving on the Scottsdale School board. The five board
members are dedicated to maintaining the tradition of excellence that has become an
acknowledged aspect of the local school scene.
Mrs. J. Paul Jones Mr. Keith Turley
Mr. Lyman A. Davidson2
Arcadia students are fortunate to
have three outstanding administra-
tors guiding the academic life on
campus. I)r. Jackson M. Drake,
and the two vice principals, Mr.
Leonard Spooner and Mr. A1
Scharf strive to promote an intel-
lectually healthy atmosphere that
will stimulate student growth and
development. Their understanding
and confidence continues to in-
spire the students at Arcadia.
Mr. Leonard Spooner
Mr. A1 ScharfMrs. Verna Febus
Mrs. Marguerite Neid
Mrs. Ruth Downey
Mr. Jack Webb
Mr. William Holmes
Ready to listen and eager to help, Arcadia’s counselors guide students through four years of high school and start them in
college. From left are Mrs. Neid, Mr. Holmes, Mrs. Downey, Mr. Webb, and Mrs. Febus.
Peter Ansel mo
Jack Belleville Wesley Bowers Reginald Brooks Wallace Bump
Marjorie Burrell Pat Carlin Gordon Caswell Eleanor Clough
Robert FinkbinePhyllis Fangman
Malcolm Garrison Maurice Garson Robert Gibbons
Pauline Guinther Lou Hallman Courtney HammondCarol Haugcland Bob Hendricks JoAnn Hcnnington Alfred Heywood
Ed Hickey Rosejean Hinsdale Doris Howard Baxter Hum
Mr. Ed Hickey takes
a ping-pong break.
L. M. Mac Pherson
Edith Lillywhite Almond Littleton Dana Lynch
Mr. Sam Odell discusses a butterfly exhibit turned in as a project for his biology class.William Meyer Harold Millsop Louise Miller
Jim Muller Sam Odell Donald Penfield
Loretta Prochaska Kay Powell Carey Reader
Paul SanderA. G. Sehfino Patricia Settlemoir Paul Shoecraft Eileen Smocke
Lois Solom Emily Stafford
Helen Stoddard Mike Svaco
Walter Tamasauckas Richard Turner
Faculty and staff members get away
from it all over lunch and coffee.Floyd Woodard Cecelia Witty Richard Williams Francis Wilcox
Fred Whitney Nellie Ward John Watson Joe YoungSchool
Emma Jean Butler Dorothy Cates Madelene Denen
Hattie Freise Regina Messec Jane Plecas George Rocker
Helen ZifferCAFETERIA STAFF. FRONT ROW, ]. to r.: Lois Difon, Elizabeth Wickliffe, Dorothea Mcister, Mary LaVoie, Dorothy
Cent, Reba Lafon, Marian Plotner, Miriam Leggett, Laura Haymcs, Lois Steele. ROW 2: Lcota Smith, Alice Pipla, Ada Weeks,
Sadonna Robcrtscn, Sybil Staggs, Dorothy Webb, Sadie Caswell, Clara Johns, Frances Smith, Edna Christen, Ann Dougar.
CUSTODIANS: FRONT ROW: 1. to r., Clarence Mullancx, Jack Komer, Bob Wilhoyt, Don Haley, Earnest Wearing. ROW 2:
Paul Wineland, Walt Reynolds, Andy Morrell, Ken Williams, Cal Evans.cLassesSpirited Seniors Say Farewells
Senior officers (from left) Forrest Carter, vice president; Estelle Spcros, treasurer; Jacquc Lindstrom, secretary;
Tuck Stephenson, president; Jo Schwan, girl representative; Bill Ferguson, boy representative.
For members of the Class of 1965, an exciting and challenging new year dawned in
September, and it was to be a year of promise and growth. Also, it was to be a year
of too many “lasts.” While the class eagerly looked forward to college and careers,
they also remembered that time was going all too fast. They attended their last
Homecoming as undergraduates, danced at their last Christmas Prom, participated
in their last Twirp Week, saw their classmates honored as Mr. and Miss Olympian,
wrote their last term papers, and struggled through their last round of classes as
Arcadia Titans. But the promise of the future held so much. Graduation, college,
responsibility, and new growth awaited in a string of tomorrows. Goodbys were tearful
and sentimental but the challenge of the future awaited and the Class of 1965 faced
it with confidence and a promise to uphold the challenges of their new generation.31
Marie AycockAllen Babinski Terry Baccellia Bruce Baker Randy Baker
Doug Baldwin Sharon Bancroft Wayne Barnes Ron BarrOscar Bcllenger John Benjamin Kenneth Bennett Dennis Benzing
Kathy Bigleman Mary Blackmore Rick Blakeley Steve Blasnek
Mike Borsheimw m
Jim BuschDale Button Mikie Byron John Caldwell Nancy Cameron
Robbie Campbell Dale Cannon Larry Cappelli,VT'.
Gerald Cardew Renee Carruth Forrest Carter Laurie Carter
Cindy Caster Suzanne Chaillie
George Chalagonian Jack Chapman Ray Chenhall Coette Childers
Mike Clark Terr)' Clark • Elissa Cohen Tom Cole
38Ron Contryman Sally Cook
Connie Cooper Douglas Coppock
Gubernatorial candidate Sam Goddard
visited a senior government class
for a lesson in practical politics.
Frank Deakin i i
Gaines Du VailVickie Eaton
Marilyn Elliot Steve Ellis Vickie Elson Teddie England
Harry FelderBarbara Fenner Bill Ferguson Steve Fielding
Barbara Fish Jim Fisher
Constance Freeman Nancy Freestone
Republican debaters shown here ha-
rassed the Democratic team with fiery
words to capture two tough victories.
Kathleen GoldwaiteRobert Goodpasture Phillip Graham Land Grant Virginia Grant
Donna GumlickJudith Hagedorn Mike Hagerty Diane Haggerty Karen Hakes
Seniors scheduled takes and retakes in
order to get "the” senior picture.
George Hayduke Jim Hedford
William Henderson Jane Herringer Dean Herrington Joanna Hiatt
47John Hi Ide
Gerald Hiner Sherry Hirt Patricia Hislop Becky Hitchcock
Steve HodgsonCheryl Hogan Myra Holbert
Judy Holland Don Holm
Engrossed in car washing are seniors
Gail Zenobe, with the hose, and Chris
Williams, lauric Salisbury with rags.
Bill HurfordJudy Hutson Bruce Huxford Dewey Isaacs Kathy Jablonski
Ron JohnsonGail Jorgenson Steve Joseph Charlotte Kamstra Jeannie Katz
Jill KennedyTerry Klouse Saunda Knackstcdt Pamela Knight Scott Koerner
Robert KueblerCheryl Kyff
Bill Laman Nancy Lambert Nancy Lamson Connie Lancaster
Greg Lauten Johnathan Lee
Mike LoperRonnie Low Andrea Lynch Lynn McCasland Laura McClure
William McGarey Daniel McKeown
Mary McNamaraDick McPherson Mike Maisel Robert Manning Richard Margolin
Sue Roper’s Slithery Dee took first place
in the Smothers Brothers contest.Tern' Mechling James Meek Nancy Mehagian Frank Mendola
Phillip Messec Richard Mickle
Judy MillerSidney Miller Steve Miller Richard Milot Wesley Mohr
Robert Monie JaDeanne Montgomery Dana Moore Rosemary Moore
John Moss Rebecca Mowry
58Craig Murdock Maureen Murphy Virginia Myers Sherry Nadler
Nina Nauman Jim Naylor Elberta Neeriemer Nick Nicholson
Dede PisaniLarry Obenstine Denise Odean Randy Oden Sharon Ohms
Peter Orr Steve Orth
61Ruth Peirce Haven Peters James Peterson Barbara Phillips
62Christie Reed Karen Reid Peter Repp Richard Rhoades
Lynn Robb Janis Roberson Steve Robinette
Mary Jane Rocker64
Harry Salzman Jacqueline Sauter Becky Scharf
Pam ShaferBarbara Sheelev Carole Sheer Roger Sheer Terry Shreeve
Dr. Jackson Drake takes time to congratulate Arcadia’s eight National Merit Schol-
arship finalists (from left) l-and Grant, Nick Nicholson, Larry Olden, Mark Hopkins,
David May, Karen Reid, Harry Felder, and David Hill.
66Jim Sollenberger Tom Sorensen
Jonathan Soule Steve Spellman Estelle Speros Nancy St. Clair
67Tuck Stephenson Gretchen Sternberg Michael Stevens Clint Stidham
Ricky Strawick Ed Struble Man- St. ThomasSteve Swift
Senior Vaunda Hammett added a fourth state baton
twirling championship to her huge collection of trophies.
Judy TopoloskyWilliam Toy Gertrude Troutman Eugene Tucker Sheila Tucker
Pat WebberJohn Weidemann Bill Weirich
Barbara Welch Connie Welch
Linda Weller Paula Welsh David Werner Dawn Wheclock
Alan WilliamsChris Williams Fred Williams Penny Williams Cathy Wilson
Kathy Wilson Janet Winkler Shirley W'isniewski Dennis WolffJuniors Make Their Mark
Junior claw officer» (from left) Tibby Jones, president; Molly Spooner, treasurer; Skip Whitley, boy rep-
resentative, Margaret Webb, secretary'; Warner Marshall, vice president; and Susy Tonner, girl representative.
A spirited and enthusiastic junior class, not content to rest on their laurels, faced
the 1964-65 school year and promised to make it the best ever. They sponsored the
first football dance of the season, decorated goal posts, made and sold hundreds
of cupcakes and cookies to add funds to the class treasury, organized a swinging
Twirp Week, fed the student body at their annual school Bar-B-Que, purchased their
class rings, planned an elaborate and memorable Prom, and basked in the glory of
finally being upperclassmen. Their Class of the Year award from the 1963-61 school
year provided the stimulus but the class members themselves provided the man power
and the dedication. The result was a year of success and accomplishment and a promise
of scaling even greater heights as the senior class of 1966.Donald Adams
Linda DutroEunice Eberhart
Jo Anne Freiss
78Jim Cray son
Donn Kin .le
Gary KronJim Kuykendall
Rol crt McGee
Su .i Maroncy
Jo Ann Meyers
Man- Jo Sykowski
84Skip Whitley and David Hanlon assemble
Junior project at Homecoming.
Marilyn Van Orden
Karla Von Ammon
A surprise birthday party and cake for Midge Galst breaks up the lunch routine.
86Juniors Skip Whitley and Susie Schmitt plead with
Mrs. Hinsdale to buy one of the best chocolate candy
bars in the world.
Students and faculty line up for cats at junior class bar-
87Sophs Contribute Boundless Energy
Sophomore class officers (from left) Mary Jane Kocour, secretary; Steve Brown, treasurer. Brian Langs-
ton. president; Sandy Tejan, vice president; Jeff Ptak, Boy Representative, and Sharon Lillmars, Girl Rep-
Members of the sophomore class, confident and suave after a year of orientation and
adjustment, returned to the Arcadia campus with high hopes and an undefeatable spirit
and enthusiasm for each and every project of the school year. A variety of money
making projects contributed funds to the swelling class treasury as the sophomores
sold cookies and cupcakes, Arcadia decals, and Titan “nighties.” A championship
junior varsity football team piled up a 9-1 record and helped to unify the class.
Determined that the “sophomore slump” was not going to get the best of them, the
Class of 1967 worked to make their class one of the best at “the best in the West.”
Their reckless abandon and almost uncontainable spark might have contributed
more than a few premature gray hairs for members of the faculty, but no one was
able to deny that the sophomores were enthusiastic, eager, and anxious to make it
a year to remember.Kuthy Aheame
Trudy Du Vail
Tim GambleDave Garrett
Terr - Hall
Mary Sue Johnson
Mary Jane Kocour
Shirley ReichBob Sharkey
Loretta St. Thomas
Mar ’ Ellen Taylor
Jerry Van Houtcn
Rodney Van Nimwcgen
Barry Van Patten
He whom the gods favour dies in youth.
103Frosh Adjust To New Environment
Freshman class officers (from left) Beth Ann Hirt, vice president; Jim Marks, boy representative; Sharon
Grady, girl representative; Bill Huck, president; Pam Kircher, secretary; and Ruth Oliver, treasurer.
While the eager young freshmen would tell you that he was having a wonderful time
getting adjusted to the Arcadia campus, the sophisticated upperclassmen would say
that he was having much less than a wonderful time getting adjusted to the presence
of the spirited young frosh. Members of the Class of 1968 arrived from the area
elementary schools with distinct loyalties but soon acquired a unified spirit that was
decidedly Titan in flavor. The first project of the year was the Homecoming decora-'
tion and members of the class then turned to a variety of projects to build a financially
sound treasury for their years at Arcadia. It was a year of new surroundings and
new experiences but by May the frosh had acquired the polish of their years and
they were an established part of the Arcadia student body.Phil Abbott
Karen A berg
Candy AI brand
Rory Raced I ia
Doris Chen ha 11
Barbara Dal .cll
Beth Ann Hirt
Janet I irson
Freshman Frank Williams admits his election
Teri Beth Smith
Chris Van de Edes
Student council members Tuck Stephenson, Janet Walmsley, and Sharon Limmars surpervise the spirited freshman
116Vance Marshall convinces Mike
Pratt to vote for him in his race
for freshman boy rep.
117acTiviTiesTitans Start Anew
An early start of the school year was welcomed
by eager students as anticipation of the coming year
mounted. Long lines in the bookstore left many
students weary even before classes began. Schedules
were passed out to the Juniors and Seniors at a
morning convocation, while the Sophomores and
Frosh attended an afternoon assembly. With initi-
ation week over, Titans turned to joining clubs and
attending school dances and football games.
Counselor Mr. William Holmes advises Keith Thompson,
With brushes in hand,
paint on the tabic, Girl’s
League members paint
120The year gets officially underway with the traditional inter-squad game. Land Grant shows promise of potential strength
for Arcadia’s eleven.
Athletics, Socials Get Underway
Music minded Counterpoints entertained Titans at the student council’s annual mixer dance
following the inter-squad game.Homecoming Highlights Fall Scene
Laurie Ptak and Pete
Repp begin their reign.
Candidates Laurie Ptak, and Pete Repp
The crown bearers were Jeff and Sue Ellen
Homecoming brings forth traditional excitement and pageantry. Laurie Ptak and Pete Repp reigned as
campus royalty for the 1964 festivities. Class decorations highlighted the scene at the dance following
the Casa Grande football game. The senior class emerged victorious in the competition with the elabo-
rate presentation entitled “Spring.” Second place went to the sophomores, while juniors captured third
place honors.Alumni of 1964 admire homecoming displays of juniors and seniors.
Festive Spirit Prevails
Student council members address homecoming invitations to
The Homecoming spirit was felt on campus
long before the big weekend as prepara-
tions, planning, renting, borrowing, and
worrying consumed the time and energy
of all student council members. Individual
invitations were sent to Titan alumni and
the council members prepared the campus
for the big event with posters and atten-
tion grabbing announcements in the daily
bulletin. Corsages were ordered and the
gym was decorated as enthusiasm per-
meated the area.
123KKI .'s Tony Evans predicted a season opener victory for Mesa and managed to lose a bet with Titan cheerleaders and pom
Gags, Gimmicks Set Spirit
Bruce Baker sparked enthusiasm for victories with his Titan costume.
High spirits and high hopes prevailed as
Titans readied for another gridiron season.
Club and class posters dotted the campus
and cheers and songs rang out as the stu-
dent body coaxed the gridders on to vic-
tory. Enthusiasm hit a new high prior to
the big game with Scottsdale and the noise
of the afternoon’s pep assembly rocked the
Titan gym. Gimmicks and gags, a special
victory bell, vivacious cheerleaders and pert
pom pon girls contributed to the spirit of
the very special fall scene.
124Titan spirit and enthusiasm were en-
riched during basketball season with the
advent of the new Arcadia Pep Club.
The girls spent many long hours re-
hearsing the cheers, songs, and hand
movements. They, were formally intro-
duced to the student body at the winter
sports assembly in the gym. Other high-
lights of the winter assembly were the
induction of new members into the Ar-
cadia Lcttcrmen’s Club and the presenta-
tion of the state championship golf blan-
ket from the 1964 season to the student
body. Additional assemblies and spon-
taneous rallies in the circle contributed
to the ever-increasing Titan spirit.
Chuck Colton presents the state championship golf blanket to Dr.
Drake at the annual winter sports pep assembly.
Pep Club officers, Sharon Lillmars, Linda Seeley, Pam Kcpner, Margaret Davis, Judy Con-
nor, and Jan Haney, planned the many new cheers and songs.
125Prom Captures Parisian Flavor
Jeanne Huvclle and Dick Schure cast royalty votes.
The 1964 Christmas Prom, Noel de Bleu, climaxed months
of preparation and planning for members of the Arcadia
Girls’ League. Dawn Naar, Karen Davis, and Sue Roper,
co-chairmen, and their committees turned the gymnasium
into a star kissed blue vision of a Paris winter scene. The
long hours paid off as the elegantly gowned Titan ladies and
their smartly groomed escorts danced the hours away to the
music of Mr. Lou Hallman’s dreamy orchestra. For the first
time in the history of the prom a tie developed in the voting
for queen, and Peggy McMullin and Sue Roper were de-
clared co-Queens. The class princesses included Susie Ton-
ner, junior, Judy McMullin, sophomore, and Judy Hunting-
ton, freshman.Christmas royalty, Judy Huntington, Judy McMullin, Peggy McMullin, Sue Roper, and Susie Tonner, relax after
balloting results were announced.
Susie Cameron (left) and Nancy congratulate the co-Prom Queens,
during an intermission.
127Follies Furnish Fun
OOPS! Almost at the termination of the knee race, Frank Ziska and Bruce Johnson get over-eager and fall, while being
cheered on by fellow Titans.
Coordination and a good sense of humor were
necessary in the newly initiated Titan Follies,
sponsored by the Student Senate. Composed of
the egg race, the wheelbarrow race, the tug of
war, the peanut race, the duck walk, the knee
race, the belly squirm, the somersault race and
the gunny sack race, the follies provided stu-
dents with the chance to show their ability in
the field of their choice. Points were awarded
to the students according to their placement in
the events. Class competition was evident in the
Titan tug of war. Carrying off this honor was
the Senior class. The grand prize winner was
senior Andy Lynch. She was awarded the
“Champion of the Follies” trophy for her ef-
Peanut-pusher Mike Allen finds the sport is fun but hard on
the nose.Heave! Strain is shown on the faces of Seniors during the Tug-of-
war, the highlight of the day.
Frank Ziska and Carol Haugland get
close together to hold the fragile egg
between their heads.
Judy McMuIIan and Heather Hafleigh push Steve Craig and Steve
Swift, human wheelbarrows, to the finish.
129Becky EHrsam, junior, assists Abby Palmer, junior,
with her “twirpie.”
Cissy Carruth remains silent as John Sandburg tries
to trick her into talking to him on “Hush Day.”
“Carry those books! Shine my shoes! Gimme
some candy!” These are a few of the sounds
heard on campus during the annual TWIRP
Week (The Woman Is Required to Pay).
Monday the girls bought “twirpies,” Tuesday
they “clashed,” Wednesday they provided
candy for hungry boys, and on Thursday
they “hushed.” Every time a gal talked to a
boy she had to surrender a hush card to him.
At the Thursday evening talent show, ‘Titans
Under Lights,” Mike McNamara was crown-
ed Mr. Irresistible for collecting a total of 54
Displaying her talent is Junior Tibby Jones, as she
sings in the annual TWIRP Week talent show.TWIRP Week Protects Guys
A glamorous finale to a most success-
ful TWIRP Week was presented with the
“Cupid Capers.” Tibby Jones and Skip
Whitley were named dance royalty and
were presented to the crowd with their
attendants, Molly Spooner, Pam Dran-
ey, Tom Cooley, and Gary Kron. Fes-
tive red and white decorations added to
the enthusiasm and spirit that prevailed
for the evening.
Penny Machin shows the TWIRP Week spirit by pouring Bill Dipley a
glass of punch.
TWIRP royalty pose
following the corona-
tion in the gym.
Cindy Caster arrives from the country and is confronted by Laurie Salisbury
and Roger Sheer.
“Jenny Kissed Me” opened the drama sea-
son and coupled tenderness with comedy.
Twelve students provided standing room
only audiences with evenings of clever en-
tertainment. Roger Sheer portrayed the old-
fashioned but sensitive Father Moynihan.
Michael Saunders, the intelligent young
teacher who wins Jenny’s heart, was played
by Haven Peters. Cindy Caster delighted
in the title role of the naive and unspoiled
farm girl who came to live at Father Moy-
nihan’s rectory. Also in the cast were Laur-
ie Salisbury, Randy Wright, Janis Rober-
son, Mary McNamara, Nona Blythe, Betty
Smith, Sandy Huntington, Julie Ragland,
Dave May, Carol Young, and Linda Bar-
Nona Blythe, Mary McNamara, and Roger
Sheer rehearse a comedy timing piece.
Roger Sheer and Laurie Salisbury, rehearse a rectory
The “triangle”—Randy Wright, Haven Peters, Cindy Caster.
Dress rehearsal comes and Roger Sheer, Nona Blythe, and
Mary McNamara prove that hours of practice are worth-
133Fine Arts Assemblies Entertain
Warner Marshall accompanies chorale at Thanksgiving
Fine Arts Assembly.
Mr. Woodard directs Advanced Girl's Chorus during the
Partners Jerry Brown and Peggy Edmundson
sing in Thanksgiving Chorale Concert.
134Chorale gives students a very big vocal sendoff.
Students Receptive To Entertainment
The Olympian takes great pride in being chosen to
recognize the senior boy and senior girl deemed to be
the most outstanding in their class by the students of the
Arcadia student body. Candidates are selected by the
senior class on the basis of their service to Arcadia and
the community, leadership, scholarship, and personality.
It is the belief of many Titans that nomination and being
chosen a finalist is as great an honor as being selected
for the Mr. and Miss Olympian titles. The six finalists
deserve our congratulations and we must share with them
a certain amount of justifiable pride—a pride that we
know they intertwine with a basic humility. Their standards
reflect on Arcadia.
Freshman PrincessTibby Jones
TWIRP QueenSkip Whitley
Ana Maria Carvalhedo
Andem juntos, falem juntos,
0 voces povo da cerra:
Entao e somente entao
Poderao voces terem paz.
Walk together, talk together,
0 ye peoples of the earth:
Then and only then
Shall ye have peace.
ANA MARIE CARVALHEDO
Titan from Brazil
I remember when I first came—in front of me was a new life to develop. I had left my country, my fam-
ily, my friends. The unknown future seemed exciting but I couldn’t forget my fears. Now, as the months
pass and the year goes by, I would like to tell you what I found here. On August 19, 1964, I had my first
contact with part of my new life—my family and my city. My family is the Hogans—mommie, dad and
Cheryl. Three persons, who only a few months ago were completely unknown, are now so dear to me. Yes, I
had my fights with my sister—who doesn’t have? But now these people are like my own family. I’m glad! It is
not everybody that has two wonderful families. As we drove from the airport to home we passed through the
city—Phoenix, my new home. It was night, and under the lights it seemed beautiful to me. This was my first
impression, and it still remains with me. No matter if under the artificial lights or the bright and revealing
light of the sun—Phoenix is pretty. The sunshine has given her a name, “Valley of the Sun.” Her warm weather
matches the warmth of her people. Friendship and love live in their hearts. I felt this as I walked4 on my first
day through our school, Arcadia. I didn’t know English, so my language was the smile. I smiled and you smiled
back at me—our language was love. I found friends among students and teachers. Both were helpful. I know I
wouldn’t have been successful without you. I came as a stranger but now I’m one of you. I cheered with you
for our victories and our defeats. I shared with you anxiety over our exams and enjoyment in our festivities.
Now, our graduation is approaching—the crown of a marvelous year. Disappointments stay behind, hopes go
ahead. Each person has hopes and dreams that sometimes come true. I had one that I lived and that I will
never forget. This year will never end and will be everlasting in my deepest memories. Coming here I learned
to recognize and to respect the similarities and differences of those who, though they live in different countries,
have dreams and efforts similarly directed toward the goal of a peaceful and useful life.
Ana Maria Carvalhedo
Key Club SweetheartHARRY FELDER BILL HOFFMAN LARRY OLDEN
Youth Appreciation Week Award Winners
American Legion Oratorical ContestTop 5 Per Cent
At graduation time, Arcadia recognizes
the top 5 per cent of the senior class as
outstanding scholars. Thus, recognition
is extended to more than the usual vale-
dictorian and salutatoriam
James Van Houten
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS I to r: Gretchcn Frank, Corresponding Secretary; Randy Wright,
President;Andy Ambrose, Vice President; Laurie Salisbury, Treasurer; Janet Walmslcy, Record-
Led by Randy Wright, the Arcadia Student
Council completed a successful year of service
to the student body and faculty. Members
painted tons of spirit and pep posters, welcomed
the faculty back to campus with a special lunch-
eon, promoted exchanges with other student
councils, sponsored the back to school dance, and
worked to establish the spirit and enthusiasm
at the assemblies.
STUDENT COUNCIL FRONT ROW: 1. to r.: Jim Mark?, Bill Huck, Jeff Ptak, Skip Whitley, Tuck Stephenson.
ROW 2: Laurie Salisbury, Andy Ambrose, Janet Walmsley, Randy Wright, Gretchen Frank, Ana Maria Carvalhcdo.
ROW 3: Sharon Lillmars, Bill Ferguson, Brian Langston, Sharon Grady, Susie Tonncr, Tibby Jones, Mr. George Cowie.
FRONT ROW, 1 to r: Andy Ambrose, Mike McNamara, Kathy Wilson, Tom Cole, Patty Veerhovcn, Beth Hirt, Brian
Langston, Nina Nauman, Ed Struble. ROW 2: Pam Kircher, Betsy Belden, Nancy Cardew, Don Cronshcy, Susie
Dicky, Molly Spooner, Kathy Rose, Mary Ann Hanley, Kathy Larson. ROW 3: Barr)’ Miller, Suzic Schmit, Nancy
Lambert, Carolyn Jones, Jan Hall, Leslie Avant, Karen Kircher, Susie Cameron, Nancy Taber, Mike Allen, Mike
Pratt. ROW 4: Linda Duggan, Jeanne Huoclle, Heather Hafliegh, Ruth Oliver, Gretchen Nairn, Renee Cranny, Pam
Cooley, Bob Corkhill, Kim Bruce, Jim Guthrie, Mario Sykowski, Margaret Webb, Steve Swift. ROW 5: Joe Miller,
John Verbout, Rick Shultz, Bill Hodges, Frances Christmas, Judy McMullen, Dorine Gibson, Roger Coryell, Tom
Holmes, Roger Brown, Nick Hiner, Craig Neslcge, Rick Brown.
Organized to promote communica-
tion between the students and the
student council, the Arcadia Stu-
dent Senate also sponsored bake
sales, the mum sale at Homecom-
ing, sponsored a booth in the car-
nival and worked closely with the
A.F.S. Club at Arcadia. The Sen-
ate this year inaugurated the first
annual Titan Follies and planned
and promoted the day of games
Senate President Andy Ambrose presents the Follies championship tro-
phy to Andy Lynch.Olympian Staff
The 1965 Olympian staff got together for the
first time in early September and vowed to
produce a bigger and better yearbook for the
Arcadia student body. Many deadlines, tears,
frustrations, frayed nerves, and traumatic
months later the book was finally finished and
sent to the publisher. Editor Becky Johnson
nursed the staff along and also planned and de-
veloped the photo essay for the opening of the
book with the hope that it would provide a dif-
ferent but accurate look at the life of the Ar-
cadia Titans. The yearbook was a first at
Arcadia for Mr. Richard Turner, Olympian
sponsor, and a first try at yearbooking for most
of the staff but determination, work, and long
hours paid off and the final product fulfills
their hopes and dreams.
Olympian editor Becky Johnson crops pictures while
Mr. Turner observes.
Senior section editors Laurie Carter and Cissy
Carruth select pictures for their candid pages.Cindy Thurston and Abigail Palmer work on year-
Gayle Markow and Heather Hafleigh work at new and interest-
Gerry Van Reusen, staff artist, sketches
Tuning the radio was Bill Holm-
berg’s major project.
Nick Nicholson whiles
away a class period.Arcadian Staff
The Arcadian’s editor-in-chief Lynn Davis checks a point with
Mrs. Rose jean Hinsdale.
Frank Ziska conducts a chalk talk for
Terry Turner, Cindy Caster, and Carol
Haugeland, veteran Arcadian staffers.
The 1964-65 Arcadian played a more
prominent role on campus than has any
previous edition—it came out twice as
often. Under the direction of Lynn Davis
and Mrs. Rosejean Hinsdale the Arcadian
went weekly. Sometimes on the short side
of the popularity poll with some students
the staff still insisted on responsible jour-
nalism and backed the argument with im-
pressive national honors and ratings. Spe-
cial Christmas and end of the year issues
adopted the tabloid format.
156Paste up worries confront Sherry
Nalder, joe Miller, Joan Taylor, and
Hunting for the right word arc Ken-
dall Smith, Nancy Freestone, and Elissa
Peggy McMullin, Carol Black, and Karen Davis check through
the papers’ files.
Keeping the Arcadian above board financially are Barry Hyland, Jan Volkmar,
and John Blunda.Cheerleaders
Enlivening basketball games, football
games and pep assemblies at Arcadia
were the cheerleaders. Sponsored by
Miss Powell, the cheerleaders, both jv
and varsity, met each day during sec-
ond period. During this time they prac-
ticed jumps and organized their cheers.
Providing pep and leading organized
cheers were two of the duties of the
cheerleaders, but their main concern
was to raise spirit and support the
J.V. CHEERLEADERS: Tina Lanscr, Pam Engcbrctson, Nancy Rondeau.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Sue Tear, Bobbie Davis, Pat Wilson. ROW 2: Jeanne Huvelle, Susie
Tonner, Linda Vemer, Melanie Morgan.Pom-Pon
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Judy Alexander, Susan Williams, Jacque Lindstrom, Laurie Ptak, Susie Maroney. ROW 2: Marilyn
Allen, Pam Draney, Betsy Blom, Carol Haugcland, Patti Goodman.
Entertainment at games, parades and assemblies was
provided by the Pom pon girls. Under the direction
of Miss Powell many extra hours after school were
spent composing special numbers and perfecting reg-
ular dances. Eight girls composed the Arcadia pom
pon line with two alternates. The girls had to main-
tain a 3 average and couldn’t receive any failing
grades. The reward the pom pon girls received for
their many hours of hard work and practice comes
from the support and appreciation of the student body
Pom pon girls, adorned in Swiss costumes, perform a Swiss
dance for their last dance of the year.Titan Band
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Kathy Larson, Barbara Akers, Pam Sheidler, Laura McClure, Patti Geiger, Nancy St. Clair, Lucy
Stidham, Kay Anderson, Wanda Rippstcin. ROW 2: Vivian Wilcox, Valerie Chadderdon, Jill Kennedy, Wayne Monie, Bob
Stickle, Mark Clark, Dennis Dole, Phil Trapani, David Lillie. Barry Buffman, Carey Winters, Mike Viotti, Mark Owen. ROW
3: Dennis LeFeborc, Peggy Burnett. Corinne Corbett, Nic Hincr, Mike Call, Kit Hoult, Steve Harms, Frank Smith, John
Anderson, Neil Salmi, Jim Miller, Bill Zuinn. ROW 4: Tim Downs, Cal Rooker, Bob Neville, Steve Pomeroy, Richard Ander-
son, Kim Goodpasture, Mike Galwey, Tim Alums, Dave Baker, Ed Struble, Bill Henze, Rick Herndon. ROW 5: Alan Mc-
Nulty, Oscar Bellenger, Chuck Colton, Tom Herrick, Greg Doyle, Mike Cranny, Mike Hagerty, Tom Brown, Fred Gamble, Bob
Goodpasture, Stan Gerstenschlagcr.
Precision marching and lots of gusto have be-
come the trademarks of the Titan Band; but
members also work to perfect the musical quali-
ties while counting out each movement of the
precise half time and pre-game shows. At the
close of football season the band moves inside
and concentrates on their two annual Titan
Mr. Reginald Brooks directs the Titan Band during the January
FIRST ROW, 1. to r.: Jim Miller, Molly Spooner, Melanie Morgan, Pam Keen, Peg Edmundson, Cathy Wilson, Sue Johnson,
Mia Ditson, Frank Smith. ROW 2: Dave McNulty, Karen Erickson, Judi Holland, Midge Galst, Margaret Webb, Kathy Bergen,
Rick Herndon. ROW 3: John Bcldcn, Bill Ferguson, Jim Gaintner, Ray Chenhall, Dave May. ROW 4: Doug Coppock, Warner
Marshall, Gary Harmann, Vic Guyan, Greg White, Bob Juster.
The Arcadia Chorale continued to win new
fame and recognition for the Titans as they
completed another year of concert appear-
ances, assemblies, and luncheon entertain-
ments for area service clubs. The group en-
tertained at the Arizona state Fair in Novem-
ber and also highlighted the after dinner en-
tertainment at the fall sports banquet. Simple
dance routines and movements added to the
polish and professionalism of the Chorale.
Bill Ferguson and Judy Holland belt out a number during a
ALL STATE ORCHESTRA, FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Vivian Wilcox, Nancy St. Clair, Lauren Rob-
erta, Mickie Wynn. ROW 2: Nic Hiner, Jim Miller.
Titan majorette and State Champion
Mr. Brooks directs a practice ses-
Performing at various school and public affairs were members of
the Arcadia music department. The main objective of this depart-
ment was to provide students with a rich musical background and
to provide fellow students and the community with good music.
Arcadia’s image as a school was reflected through the performances
of the various musical groups at concerts and other school and pub-
lic affairs. Many hours were consumed after school for rehearsals
to advance their musical abilities. The band also marched in the
Parada Del Sol and the state fair. The choruses were for students
with an interest in the singing field. There were numerous different
choruses to fit every student’s tastes and desires.
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Janice Stidham, Marvin Powell, Dana Andereen, Randy Barolet, Brenda Weber, Marilyn Adams, Steph-
anie Toor, Carol Krabcnbuhl, Jerry Van Houten. ROW 2: Barbara Ledcrman, Teri Smith, Kathy Sartcn, Larry Bailey, Dick
Krewson, Bob Corkhill, Joel Ross, Stanley Ferguson, Grant Blanco, Bob Mayer. ROW 3: Debbie Kautenburger, Kay Rouse,
Beverly Bozeman, Melanie Searle, Grctchen Nairn, Ronald Baker, Johnny Haner, Gary Kline, Darrell Truitt, Jon Lee. ROW
4: Bob Sharkey, Sharon Dc John, Dorothy Copclartd, Susan Smith, Jon Western, Bruce Hamilton, Earl Sutton, Jim Lundecn,
Lewis Gruber, Kenneth Krahuber. ROW 5: Terry'Kennedy, Steve Yates, Cynthia Black, John Wickman, Mike Youngblood,
Martin Walby, David Dayton, Bob Tokar, Jim Borshcim.
J.V. Band offers an opportunity to learn the “ropes”
of the band business. Under the direction of Mr.
Floyd Woodard, young hopefuls developed their
full potential in the field of music. They held the
annual J.V. Band concert, showing their newly at-
tained skills. The fundamentals are just as import-
ant in the field of music as any other field so the
right training really pays off in the future. Hard
work and many hours of practice are the means by
which this is accomplished and the J.V. Band mem-
bers showed their desire to advance to the Varsity
Band by their willingness to work.
Mr. Woodard directs a practice session for junior musi-
FRONT ROW: I. to r.: Larry Elkins, Karl Galbraith, Tom Rothweiler, Susan Helber, Joanna Hiatt, Gay Guffie, Daryl Ever-
hart, Bill Learned, Frank Mcndola. ROW 2: Mia Ditson, Nancy Rondeau, Jamie Burns, Michel Franke, Chris Haney, Debbie
Strubel, Trudy Myers, Lynne Snyder, Debbie Murphy. ROW 3: Marcia Kildow, Debbie Thomas, Debbie Kautcnburgcr, Helen
Donovan, Jessie Tanner, Vicki Doyle, Penny Turner, Gretchen Frank, Helene Hurford, Sonja Krain, Janine Volkmar, Lynn
Schuring, Sharon Lillmars. ROW 4: Terry Withers, Bill Baumann, Howard Romney, John Fenner, Debbie Mason, Peggy Bur-
nett, Carol Walleck, Karen Freeman, Karen Erickson, Alice O’Brien, Linda Green, Danny Kirk, Craig Tenney, Dave Valcho.
ROW 5: Steve Stewart, Bill Hall, Ray Hughes, Ted Myrick, Chuck Case, Dennis Spindler, Mark Millet, Bill Rogers, John
Caldwell, Chuck Glesser, Craig Stromme.
The Concert Choir had a big job to do this year—
they were entrusted with the responsibility of living
up to the reputation of past choirs. Practice, hard
work, and diligence paid off—as they completed
a successful, rewarding year of appearances.
Mr. Harold Millsop organized a special freshman girls
ensemble this year. The experimental group was de-
signed to introduce the girls to small group ensem-
ble work and to prepare them for the highly com-
petitive advanced groups and ensembles.
FRONT ROW: 1. to r.: Jill Padovani, Patty Morison, Carol Thomas, Jane Jason, Doris Chcnhall, Lynn Hoffman, Nancy Rcimold,
Sandra Ross. ROW 2: Betsy Bclden, Peggy Lindner, Jan Rouse, Linda Croft, Nancy Cardew, Chris Vandc Edes, Leslie Miller.Orchestra
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Janet
Haney, Lauren Robert , Vivian
Wilcox, Pat Kazel, Helen Jean
O’Bcirnc. ROW 2: Glen B.
Warner, Edith Crampton, Con-
nie Mitchell, Jo Ann Ogden,
The Arcadia Orchestra provided a truly magnificent
and inspiring background of music for the annual
Christmas concert and assembly. For the rest of the
year the students were provided with a study of se-
rious music while developing an appreciation and
understanding of the significant composers.
With a little bit of a beat and a lot of swing the Ar-
cadia Dance Band provided the lively music back-
ground needed for listening and dancing. The band
assisted the Arcadia Chorale and picked up the tempo
for the school assemblies. Members also sparked en-
thusiasm and spirit at the various sports assemblies.
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Neil Salmi, Frank Smith, Laura McClure, Nic Hiner, Tim Alums, Susan Smith: ROW 2: Carey
Winters, Bill Quinn, Tom Brown, Kim Goodpasture, Mike Viotti. ROW 3: Jim Fisher, Chuck Colton, Dave McNulty, Bob
Coodpasture, Jim Miller.
165Advanced Girls Chorus
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Sandy Hodgdon, Cassie Boyd, Martha Toy, Jean Plott, Lynn Robb, Rosemary Dcloian, Barbara
Hitchcock, Patty Oliver, Ruth Ann Pierce, Ester Goldstein. ROW 2: Saundra Knackstedt, Jean Weber, Jean Jones, Linda
Barclay, Carole Ostermcycr, Babara Fenton, Sue Johnson, Christy Teffeau, Judy Miller, Annette Bramlctt, Marcilla Wallace,
Deborah Jones, Karen Krebs, Coette Childers. ROW 3: Loretta St. Thomas, Jo Parks, Marcia Rocgner, Linda Krahenbuhl,
Shirley Surgencr, Janice Giffin, Clede Tomlinson, Pam Knight, Judie Pcbler, Barbara Watchlcr, Karen Dunn, Sue Burger.
ROW 4: Linda McCusker, Kathy Wagner, Jeanne Nelson, Estelle Speros, Jean Davidson, Bonnie Calhoun, Myra Holbert,
Terri Bradley, Laurie Mclander, Bonnie Boudreau, Peggy Fischer, Judy Atwood.
Members of the Advanced Girls’ Chorus brightened
school assemblies and local appearances with their
bright red jumpers. The girls sang for local service
group luncheons and over radio station KOY at
The Freshman Boys’ Chorus spent a profitable year
of musical study and at the same time developed a
nucleus for the advanced choruses and ensembles.
The boys provided an endless challenge for Mr.
Freshman Boys Chorus
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: John Haney, Frank Williams, Jim Sterrcnberg, Doug Balliett, Craig Finch, Jim Moerbc, Roger Payne,
Greg Borselli, Gary Seller, Norman Romney. ROW 2: Randy Hunt, Jim Witt, Joel Galst, Pete Kamstra, Ray Raymond, Doug
Scheitlin, Mike Allen, Pat Casey, Kirk Galway, Mike Peyou. ROW 3: Steve Huey, Dave Hootcn, John Kmett, Paul Mad-
land, Phil Peterson, Richard Tanguy, Mike Cady, Jeff Wright, Emil Snyder, Jim Staggs. ROW 4: Mike Bailey, Ray Bulinski,
Phil Abbott, Charles Carter, Steve Banbury’, Rande Grover, John Shira, Don Schartz.
166Intermediate Mixed Chorus
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Gail Miller, Suzanne Goldie, Barbara Task, Pat Dibble, Mary Di Ccrbo, Julia Lally, Sherry Hirt,
Sandra Curl, Diane Love, Mary Weidemann. ROW 2: Rhonda Mott, Marsha Pierce, Karen Kirchcr, Gail White, Marilyn
Likens, Nancy Moever, Susan Johansen, Wendye Ware, Melanie Mundy, Sandra Davis, Nancy Lamson, Janice Duncan, Vickie
Raymond, Colleen Lee. ROW 3: Richard Hart, Ron Knight, Bill Nikiforuk, Robert Strunk, Vance Marshall, Vance Marshall,
Mike Vaughan, Walter Runge, Randy Landerfcld, Victor Johansen, Ken Schcitlin, Bob Evans, Rick Lyftogt, John May, Tim
Hott, Mike Monson.
The Intermediate Mixed Chorus and the Intermediate
Girls’ Chorus are composed primarily of sophomores
and continue the planned vocal program for Arcadia
students. Both choruses appeared in concert three
times during the school year. Their enthusiasm
coupled with their spirit provided for a most suc-
cessful year of musical achievement and development.
Intermediate Girls Chorus
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Linda Rush, Gail Roberts, Vicki Moore, Janet Schoclbe, Tina Rummage, Dawn Wheelock, Debi Dorf-
man, Evonne Parent, Vicki Cheslcy, Karen Farrington. ROW 2: Leslie Wagenseller, Marcia Batty, Terry Hall, Vicki Eaton,
Bonnie Canfield, Stephanie Wilson, Connie Freeman, Sharon Ohms, Mary Ann Shall. ROW 3: Jane Heringer, Doris Brooks,
Gloria Richmond, Connie Selch, Priscella Gentry, Betty Milligan, Linda Butler.
167FRONT ROW 1. to r.: Pam Kircher, Jean Vaccaro, Joanna Roop, Liz Buckley, Pam Hill, Shelby Williams, Michelle Lally, Pam
Kinchloc, Jill Padovani, Cynthia Jones. ROW 2: Lynn Hoffman, Judy Huntington, Doris Chcnhall, Sandy Ross, Patty Mor-
rison, Ellen O’Brien, Karen Beall, Jane Jason, Sharon Evje, Barbara Clark, Chris Close, Terry Daley, Jennifer McCullar,
Patty Stidham, Dorothy Plott. ROW 3: Diane Larrabcl, Cathy Workings, Barbara Bucngcr, Chopcta Smith, Glenda Hodgson,
Marsha Stieber, Lucy Allen, Barbara Johnson, Winona Stalnakcr, Rory Baccelia, Patty Taylor, Letitia Crook, Nancy Rcimold,
April Lindstrom, Pauline Judd. ROW 4: Cynthia Lcderman, Linda Lundgren, Carolyn Shultz, Linda Dooty, Diane Borup,
Susan Thomas, Carol Thomas, Tamara Widmark, Sue Nalder, Lisan Scruggs, Susan Buxton, Tcryl Smith, Anne Kaufman, Carol
Arcadia’s freshman girls choruses, Area and Dia in-
troduce the yearlings to the school music depart-
ment. The girls work with Mr. Harold Millsop and
experiment with a variety of arrangements and vocal
techniques. The year long schedule exposes the girls
to formal training on an introductory level and
enables the music department to place the girls cor-
rectly in the advanced choruses and ensembles for
their next three years at Arcadia.
FRONT ROW 1. to r.: Pam Fawcett, Peggy Lindner, Betsy Belden, Chris Van de Edes, Jan Rouse, Leslie Miller, Nancy
Cardcw, Linda Croft, Brenda Lawonn. ROW 2: Doris Girard, Debbie Young, Jennifer Steele, Jackie Butcher, Suzanne
Clark, Janice Johnson, Janet Larson, Kerry Reyman, Debbie Rooker, Mori Wright, Jackie Coar, Barbara Schccrcr, Christine
Kelly. ROW 3: Bonita Dias, Barbara Dalzcll, Paula Walker, Mimi Bernard, Cindy Brewer, Rene Chaillie, Kathleen Morari,
Andrea Karis, Peggy Adams, Shelley Bethell, Laurel Sinkcus, Rebecca Harms, Jean Sornberger, Donna Kalupa, Beth Hirt,
ROW 4: Linda Endicott, Claudia Knight, Catherine Welch, Claudia McCusker, Diane Flynn, Barbara Hanoumis, Jean Cusick,
Donna Kline, Jamie Bartolino, Ruth Oliver, Cheryl Dillow, Evi Airola, Linda Lombard.
FRONT ROW, ]. to r.: Mike McNamara, Phil Haag, Sam Albert, Neil Salmi, David McNulty,
Charles Hapip. ROW 2: Frank Mendola, Nick Nicholson, Guy Hayden, Jack Ranby, Harry Felder,
Fuse Lighter, Dave May.
Arcadia’s Rocket Club members are
those boys seen on campus with their
eyes on the skies. Club members not
only learn about rockets, but each mem-
ber also builds his own rocket. Launch-
ings are made under strict club super-
vision and the date gathered is utilized
in future projects. Club members empha-
size science safety.
Hours of rehearsal and practice go into
each and every precision Titan band
half time and pre-game show. To rec-
ognize outstanding service and contribu-
tions experienced members are taken
into the Band Lettermen Club. The club
provides cokes for band members at the
games and live entertainment for the
students during lunch.
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Corinnc Corbitt, Nancy St. Gair, Nic Hiner, Laura McClure, Jim Miller,
Patti Geiger. ROW 2: Stan Gerstenschlager, Frank Smith, Jill Kennedy, Kay Anderson, Tim
Allums, Vivian Wilcox, Wayne Monie, Kathy Larson, Tom Brown, Fred Gamble, Mr. Reginald
FRONT ROW 1. to r.: Jim Mcrcicr, Steve Suggs, Andy Ambrose, Tuck Stephenson, Laurie Ptak, Skip Whitley, Tom Cole,
John Guthrie, Chuck James. ROW 2: Bob Carver, John Larson, Kirk Williams, Jeff Ptak, Ray Chenall, Bill Fcrgusen, Randy
Wright, Pete Repp, Jim Gaintner, Don Bayles, Bill Ralston, Bill Hodges. ROW 3: Frank Ziska, Joe Miller, Erik Widmark,
Dave Hanlon, Greg Doyle, Jim Hillebrand, Gary Kron, Larry Butler, Brian Langston, Warner Marshall, Craig Ncslcdge, Tom
Cooley, Mr. Bob Finkbine, sponsor.
A variety of projects highlighted the year of
activities for the Arcadia Key Club. Led by
President Tuck Stephenson, members worked on
the Kiwanis Kids Day at the Phoenix Zoo, vol-
unteered at the Crippled Children’s Hospital,
ushered at school assemblies, and provided the
Christmas program for the Kiwanis Club lunch-
eon. Mr. Bob Finkbine served as sponsor and
Laurie Ptak reigned as the club sweetheart for
Key Club members Bob Carver, Kirk Williams, Tim Dietz, and
Gar)- Kron work the pop concession on Kids’ Zoo Day.Lettermen
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Frank Mcndola, Ken Bennett, Dave May, Jim Hillcbrand, Land Grant, Frank Ziska, Rick Blakeley,
Forrest Carter, Mike Rex, Coach Amerson. ROW 2: Dan Dever, Scott Koerner, Kendall Smith, Bill Johnson, Jim Fisher, Terry
Clark, Skeeter Williams, Dave Papandrcw, Jeff Smith, Steve Orth, Scott Hilsabcck, Greg Bucklew. ROW 3: Steve Robinette,
Terry Bryan, Ron Johnson, Bill Ferguson, Rich Margolin, Jim Gaintncr, Rory Moore, Vince Keeton, Dave Werner, Eric
Widmark, Pete Repp, Pat Payne, Brad Morfitt. ROW 4: Jack Ranby, Craig Potter, Dave Schedler, Tim Deadlier, Steve
Miller, Chuck Colton, Mike Cranny, Mike Loper, Steve Brown, Rob Monie, Alan Williams, Craig Ncslage, Dennis Spindlcr.
Arcadia’s Lettermen completed a most successful
year of service to the school while recognizing ath-
letic achievement. Early in the year Linda Verner
was elected, club sweetheart. At initiation time mem-
bers supervised a week long project of service to the
school and the community. Initiates worked on the
school grounds and at area churches and were then
formally inducted into the club at the winter sports
assembly in an impressive ceremony conducted by
President Frank Ziska and Mr. Howard Amerson.
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Grant Blanco, Bob Slider, Greg Komandino, Denny Wolff, Randy Swcdland, Mike Johnson, Bill Smith,
Dale Button, Steve Tait, Jim O’Connor. ROW 2: Chuck James, Jim Gieszl, Bill Birkholz, George Mattingly, Jim Mercier,
Jim Fissell, Steve Hodgson, Walt Runge, Dennis LcFerbrc, Larry Storey, Grove Green. ROW 3: Bill Ralston, Don Chcnhall,
Tuck Stephenson, Rick Shultz, Jeff Ptak, Keith Thompson, Bill Baumann, Brad Jones, Dan Widner, John Iieringer, Mike
Brown, Jack Flyn, John Black, Larry Plotkin. ROW 4: Wes Mohr, Nick Nicholson, Tom Cooley, Bill Hitchings, Steve Bisbcc,
Tony Pcyou, Bill Hume, Skip Whitley, John Harper, Randy Oden, Gary Kron, Greg Doyle. ROW 5: Bob Henry, Rusty Lupton,
Jerry VanReuscn, A1 Witting, Gary Harmon, Bob Tcllier, Dick Butler, Tom Cole, Rick Bcdenkop.
171Mu Alpha Theta
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Lynn Davis, Dave Hill, Jeff Bartolino, Sam Albert, Kim Bruce, Nina Nauman, Harry Felder, Larry
Olden. ROW 2: Colette Felder, Guy Hayden, John Herringer, Ed Batlershcll, Richard Lockett, Chuck Case, Jim Van Houten,
Mu Alpha Theta, national mathematics honorar)',
honored outstanding math students on the Arcadia
campus. The group encouraged interest in the field
of mathematics and also explored career possibilities
in the field. Mrs. Shirley Frye and Mr. Jeff Larson
co-sponsored the organization and planned a varied
program of activities.
Members of the Arcadia Junior Engineering Tech-
nical Society spent a fruitful year exploring career
possibilities in the field of science. Students with
outstanding class records and potential in science
are encouraged to affiliate with the J.E.T.S. organi-
zation. Guest speakers and special field trips high-
lighted the year.
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Frank Mendola, Philip Haag, Alan Williams, Sam Barr, Mark Hopkins, David Hill, Charles Hapip,
Kim Bruce. ROW 2: David McNulty, Jeff Bartolino, Sam Albert, Jim Devaney, Harr)' Felder, Richard Lockett, Chuck Glassor,
Ed Battcrshell. John Haringer, Jim Gaintcr, Steve Ellis.Quill And Scroll
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Nick Nicholson, Lynn Davis, Carol Haugcland, Abby Palmer, Carol Black, Janinc Volkmar, Sherry
Nalder, Joe Miller. ROW 2: Mrs. Roscjcan Hinsdale, ARCADIAN advisor, Terry Turner, Gayle Markow, Nina Nauman, Karen
Davis, Joan Taylor, Heather Haflcigh, Becky Johnson, Mr. Richard Turner, OLYMPIAN advisor.
The Quill and Scroll society is an international hon-
orary in the field of journalism. Open to juniors and
seniors in the top third of their class, the society
promotes high standards of journalism and recognizes
outstanding accomplishment in the field.
The Spanish honorary is a subject interest field for
students in the language department. The group
planned a traditional party for Spanish children in
the Phoenix area at Christmas time. They absorbed
Spanish culture through lectures and field trips.
FRONT ROW 1. to r.; Kay Anderson, Bob Taylor, Linda Edwards, Dawn Naar, Coni Good, Barbara Rose, Amanda Blau.
ROW 2; David May, Linda Duggan, Karen Erickson, Abby Palmer. Ranee Hardin, Marby Boyer, Judy Levine, Jean Jones,
Esther Goldstein. ROW 3: Jack Ranby, Frank Smith, Guy Hayden, Cherry Boyd, Kathy Clinkingbeard, Laura McClure, Susan
Smith, Susan Chaillic, Tom Holmes, Bob Metcalfe. ROW 4: Nick Nicholson, Betty Johnson, Pam Sheets, Randy Wright, Andy
Ambrose, Candy Wagner, Bob Olden, Mike McNamara.
173National Honor Society
FRONT ROW 1. to r.: Nick Nicholson, Larry Olden, Susan Smith, Chuck Case, Jill Kennedy, Carol Walleck, Lynda John-
son, Lynn Davis. ROW 2: Cheryl Kyff, Grctchen Frank, Connie Good, Nina Nauman, Leslie Avant, Laurie Ptak, David Hill,
Carol Haugeland, Tibby Jones. ROW 3: Randy Wright, Bill Hoffmann, Jim Van Houten, Sam Albert, Rob Monic, Bob Olden,
Harry Felder, Andy Ambrose, Land Grant.
Chuck Case served as president of the 1964 1965
National Honor Society on the Arcadia campus and
planned and co-ordinated a prograpt for members
of the national academic honorary. The group spon-
sored a series of two presidential debates during Oc-
tober and then planned a bake sale to raise money
for a sagging treasury. New members were inducted
in an impressive ceremony late in the year. Mr. Glen
Groencke served as sponsor for the 36 members of
the honor group that promoted high scholarship.
Nick Nicholson argued for a try at a
Jim Van Houton rebutted with a charge
of “more socialism.”The Arcadia chapter of the American Field Service
Club sponsored the stay of Ana Maria Carvalhedo
on the Arcadia campus. The group raised funds
for her visit with a series of bake sales, the AFS
Christmas shoppers breakfast, a dance, and the
sale of AFS stock. Funds raised from similar proj-
ects this year will be used to bring another foreign
student to Arcadia next year. The club also helps
select Arcadia students who are to be nominated
for the Americans Abroad program through AFS.
American Field Service
Jeanne Davidson checks on the food at the AFS’s breakfast.
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Kathy Rose, Tibby.Jones, Shelley Canter, Ana Maria Carvelhedo, Nancy Cameron, Patty Verhoeven,
Susie Cameron, Jeanne Huvelle, Patricia Bean. ROW 2: Linda Wescott, Karen Dickerson, Karen Kirchcr, Jeannette Hough,
Lynda Johnson, Jean Plott, Molly Spooner, Lynne Snyder, Pat Hobein, Gail Roberts, Carolyn Jones. ROW 3: Judy Mitch-
ell, Carolyn Cordry, Betsy Dambrova, Anne Rost, Melanie Mundy, Laurie Lamson, Robyn Hansen, Jill Kennedy, Carol Wal-
leck, Nancy Isbell, Jean Jones. ROW 4: Sally Liska, Cheryl liogan, Leslie Avant, Deborah Mason, Linda Barclay, Linda
Duggan, Melanie Morgan, Mary Jo Sykowski, Nancy Taber, Julie Ragland. ROW 5: Cindy Thurston, Betsy Blom, Susan
Lindstrom, Judy McMullin, Bill Hoffman, Dede Klein, Bonnie Boudreau, Jackie Blyer, David Valcho, Nancy Lamson.
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Paula Welsh, Elberta Neeriemcr, Jack Chapman, Bart Faber, Janet Foster, Gret-
chen Sternberg, Sandy Bu scr. ROW 2: Gordon Lacy, Linda Kuchler, Donna Gulnac, Mike Maiscl, Linda
Kaufman, Phil Mcssec, Jay Green, Harry Salzman, Nancy Mchagian, Mr. Paul Sander, sponsor.
Members of the Arcadia chapter of the Dis-
tributive Education Clubs of America spent
a year filled with academic study and on the
job training in area retail department stores.
The students worked with Mr. Paul Sanders
and studied all areas of retail merchandising
and were given the opportunity to work af-
ternoons in order to gain practical job ex-
The Art Club was open to Arcadia students
interested in developing their potential and
interest in the field of art. The students
worked with Mrs. Margaret Burrell and ex-
plored their avocation as a possible future
vocation. Members also assisted clubs and
classes in the mammoth decoration projects
that somehow managed to change the whole
personality of the Arcadia campus.
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Penny Hanan, Connie Haag, Bobbie Winters, Steve Mitchell, Phil Trappani, Sue
Roper, Marcia Warren, Ginny Grant. SECOND ROW: Donald Cronchey, Pat Cazel, Bill D’Apuzzo, Col-
lette Felder, Steve Magill, Mrs. Margaret Burrell, Pam Engcbutson, Karla Leininger, Nancy Lampson, Tom
Rothweiler.FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Allen Babinski, Jerry Kelly, Harry Cipriano, Steve Boyd, Steve Brown, Ken Moore. ROW 2: Mr. Phil
Deppe, sponsor, Steve Fielding, Frank Deakin, Bill Laman, Bill D’Apuzzo, John Wiedaman, Terry Turner, John Moss, Bill
Ebert. ROW 3: Ron Lowe, Dan McCune, Terry Bacillia, Buce Gullcgc, Ron Pearl, Dan Dever, John Soule, Mike O’Malley,
Don Thompson, Gene Olsen.
The newly reorganized Arcadia Car Club
was open to students with a special interest
in tinkering with automobiles. The club
members experimented, tested, and tried out
a variety of approaches as they worked to
get each members’ car in top shape. Mr.
Phil Deppe sponsored the organization and
helped the boys to develop their potential
in the area. Car club members slaved many
long Saturdays but the finished product
was always considered to be worth the ef-
Car Club president Allen Babinski checks out an engine as part of
a club project.Girls’ League
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Dawn Naar, Nancy Cameron, Mrs. Marguerite Ncid, Peggy McMullin, Sandy Swcdlund, Shelley
Canter, Tibby Jones. ROW 2: Shelby Williams, Judy Huntington, Ann Taber, Karen Kircher, Cheryl Hogan, Susie Cameron,
Suzi Tonner, Pam Englebretson. ROW 3: Cindy Black, Margaret Webb, Judy McMullin, Melanie Morgan, Linda Duggan, Ana
Maria Carvelhcdo, Sharon Lillmars, Sandy Knacksted.
Girls’ League, under the direction of President Peggy
McMullin and Mrs. Marguerite Neid, sponsor,
planned and presented a truly memorable Christmas
Prom, adopted several families for Thanksgiving,
painted pep posters, and sponsored a welcome back
to school party for all girls on campus. The girls also
volunteered as a service organization to the adminis-
tration and helped decorate the campus for the
Christmas holiday season. Representatives from each
class meet on the Girls’ League council to plan and
co-ordinate activities.Thespian Society
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Jean Webber, Hallic vonAmmon, Chuck Case, Sherry Naldcr, Bill Hoffman, Vicky Elson, Carol Haug-
land. ROW 2: Dave May, Mary Jane St. Thomas, Betty Smith, Don Cook, Karen Hayden, Nona Blyth, Sandy Hunington.
Thespians spend many afternoons rehearsing to prepare for the
Members of the National Thespian Society pro-
mote the dramatic arts on the Arcadia campus.
The honor organization provides the nucleus for
the theatre arts department and assists the
drama and music teachers with scene construc-
tion, make-up, props, and all backstage work—
in addition to performing in the productions
that have continued to win new fame and re-
spect for Arcadia. Thespians also this- year
sponsored a one-act play festival with area
Selling Titan dolls during football season, paint-
ing pep posters, supporting a needy family at
Christmas, serving at athletic and P.T.A. ban-
quets, having car washes and bake sales; these
were some of the many projects that Delta Ome-
ga members participated in. Under the capable
leadership of the officers, Audrey Dalessandro,
President; Laurie Ptak, Vice-President; Cheryl
Kyff, Secretary; Karen Olson, Treasurer; Janet
Walmsley, Chaplain; and Shelley Canter, Ser-
geant-at-Arms, the members of this service or-
ganization also held a ‘Teachers Appreciation
FRONT ROW: 1. to r.: Judic Rummage, Shelley Canter, Cheryl Kyff, Frank Ziska, Audrey Dalessandro, Laurie Ptak, Janet
Walmsley, Joan Bauer. ROW 2: Becky Johnson, Susie Dickey, Bobbie Davis, Gail Zenobi, Patty Geiger, Molly Spooner,
Tibby Jones, Susan Pratt, Julie Ragland, Wendy Lee. ROW 3: Patti Goodman, Pam Knight, Jacque Lindstrom, Heather Ha-
fleigh, Cindy Thurston, Laurie Salisbury'. Jo Schwan, Marilyn Allen, Cinda Hoel, Dorinne Gibson.
180Sigma Beta Chi
FRONT ROW, L to r.: Judy Hagedorn, Sandy Tejan, Patty Verhocven, Sue Tear, Estelle Speros, Nancy Freestone Jeanne
Davidson, Kay Norris. ROW 2: Tjna Lanscr, Becky Jorgenson, Laurie Lamson, Susie Cameron, Pam Keen, Tom Oonk, Nancy
Cameron, Ja Montgomery, Ana Maria Cavalhedo, Cheryl Hogan. ROW 3: Susy Tonner, Karen Krebs, Linda Weller, Betsy
Blom, Judy McMullin, Susan Miller, Mary Jane Kocour, Margaret Webb, Lynn Oboikovitz, Peggy McMulhn, Melanie Mor-
gan, Jeanne Huvelle.
Going to the Phoenix Zoo and visiting
service centers kept Sigma Beta Chi mem-
bers busy throughout the year. They had
service projects every weekend. And for
Thanksgiving they collected food for a
needy family and at Christmas they helped
in the valley campaign, “Dress a Living
Jeanne Davidson, Judy McMullin, and Kay Norris decorate the
office for the Christmas season.Y-Teens
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: JLudy McMullin, Debbie Mason, Cathy Wilson, Susie Dick, Susie Cameron, Ja Montgomery, Connie
Freeman, Pat DiTirro. ROW 2: Pam Kircher, Wanda Rippstcin, Marcia Warren, Kay Keller, Carol Black, Judy Botsford, Cin-
dy Northrop, Linda Duggan, Pam Wood, Joyce Freestone, Nancy Lumson, Jill Kennedy. ROW 3: Patty Verhoeven, Nancy Free-
stone, Mary Jo Sykowski, Nancy Laker, Ginny Grant, Tam Widmark, Judy Botsford, Debbie Grubbs, Betsy Blom, Georgia
Freiburghaus, Carol Walleck, Susie Botsford.
Lamba Sigma Phi Y-Teen members
donated proceeds from varied money
raising projects to worthy causes. The
activities of the club were planned by
Susie Cameron, president, and Mrs.
Eleanor Clough, sponsor. The purpose
of Y-Teens, affiliated with the nation-
al Y.W.C.A., is to provide a fellow-
ship with other girls and to strive
for goals to promote personal and
Y-Tccn officers ready their meeting agenda.Sponsored by Miss Powell, GAA is
composed of Arcadia High girls in-
terested in sports. On Saturdays GAA
had playdays where they competed
with girls from other schools in vari-
ous sports. Points were given to the
girls for their participation in play-
days and their attendance at meet-
ings. After so many points were ac-
cumulated, the member was awarded
a letter. The aims of GAA were to in-
crease the interest and participation
in girls’ sports and teach good sports-
Straining to get the ball are two members of GAA
during one of their many playdays held on Saturdays.
FRONT ROW: 1. to r.: Rosemary Deloian, Sue Roper, Jan Haney, Linda Kleinz, Terri Bradley, Linda Duggan, Judy Connor.
ROW 2: Judy Castleberry, Kathy Holdridge, Mary Ann Hanley, Grctchcn Nairn, Debbie Kautenburger, Sue Burger. Georgia
Frciburghaus.Hopes High As Titans Prepare
Cooley and Kron show their ability in pre-season practice.
The Titans, State champs in ’60 and ’62, were rated
by the opposing coaches as the team to beat in ’64.
Hendricks had 16 returning lettermen, including
three offensive and defensive starters. Hendricks
also looked forward to the potential of quarterback
Steve Miller, a transfer.
The Titan line included Bucklew, Kron, Orth, Lo-
per, Deschler, Werner, and Colton. Starting offense
saw Cooley, Hodgson, Grant and Miller. The chief
defender was linebacker Ron Johnson, member of
Coaches Hallman, Hendricks and
Anderson tensely watch a game.Season Opens With Victory At Mesa
Pete Hepp break» loose for a Titan tally
Big things were promised for the Titans
after the season opener 27-0 shutout win
over Mesa. Repp, Miller, Grant, and
Kron tallied for the Titans. An early
Mesa fumble set the pattern and Arcadia
continued to dominate the evening. Air
and ground plays jelled equally well
for the crowd pleasing triumph against
the 1963 state champion Mesa team.
Gary KronTitans Topple Visiting Wolves 14-6
Titan halfback Steve Hodgson tumbles to the field after a short gain against
A score by Tom Cooley in the first
30 seconds of the game got things
underway for the Titan 14-6 vic-
tory over the hapless Wolves from
Chandler. Steve Miller’s second pe-
riod touchdown added the second
and final score for Arcadia. Pete
Repp’s two air interceptions con-
tributed to the effort and the points
after touchdown added by Hodg-
son and Grant clinched the win.
188Arcadia Cans Kofa Kings
State title hopes were boosted on the Arcadia cam-
pus when the Titans turned hack a strong visiting
gridiron team from Kofa 20-7 for their third con-
secutive triumph. Steve Miller made the first tally
of the night on an eleven yard swing around end.
Land Grant and Steve Orth added second period
scores to put the Titans safely in the lead. Coach
Hendricks credited Mike Loper, Pete Repp, and
Tim Deschler with the outstanding defense perfor-
mances of the resounding conquest of the Kings.
Picking up an easy toss. Gary Kron picks up Titan yardage.
r Beavers Crush Arcadia Gridders, Spirit
With school spirit and enthusiasm at an all time high Arcadia faced
the Scottsdale Beavers at home for the fourth game of the season. The
pep was to no use as the Beavers outplayed and outscored the Titans
22-6. Arcadia’s lone score came on a seven yard pass from Steve
Miller to Steve Orth.
Coach Hendricks ignites fire for Scottsdale game.
Steve Hodgson reels .away from the
190Yuma Stuns Titans
A heartbreaking 20-12 defeat at the hands of the Yuma
Criminals eliminated Arcadia from the Division 1 title
contest in the fifth outing of the season. Steve Miller
scored twice for Arcadia but it wasn’t enough to stop the
Criminal offense and a fourth quarter Yuma TD settled
Steve Hodgson heads for a brick wall of Criminal defense men
Vince KeetonBill Ferguson
The Coronado Dons took to the air and passed for 242 yards while
stopping the Titans 32-6 on the Don field. The loss was the third in
a row for the Titans and the first ever at the hands of the Dons.
The Arcadia score came on a run play by Steve Miller. The point after
attempt failed for Arcadia.
Mike Br rn
192Titans Fall To Spirited Buffalos
Bucking a spirited Buffalo team and the
enthusiasm of Tempe’s homecoming
proved to be too much for Arcadia as
the Titans went down to 20-6 defeat on
the Buffalo field. The Titan’s passing
game worked but the running sweeps
stopped all progress.
Titan quarterback Steve Miller takes off on a successful sweep run during the game with
193Titans Trample Cougars
After losing four previous games, the Titans
came back to kill Casa Grande in an exciting
romp led by end Gary Kron, and halfbacks
Pete Repp and Land Grant. Both offense and
defense did outstanding jobs, gathering 248
yards in forty plays, and keeping the Cougars
to 75 yards in 21 plays to win 26-0. Kron
scored twice, once on an 11-yard pass from
Steve Miller. Pete scored on an 11-yard run,
and Land broke away for a 34-yard jaunt to
the goal. Halfbacks Pete Repp and Steve Hodg-
son kicked extra points.
Best Team Effort Towards Westwood
Although the Titans outpassed the Warriors
93 to 75 yards, they couldn’t overcome the
strong defensive efforts opposing them and fell
in the last four minutes, 20 to 13.
The Titans held a 7-6 lead for the first half, led
by end Orth’s touchdown on a 30 yard pass
from Miller. Kron scored next on a 20-yard
jaunt to the goal. Arcadia rolled up 167 yards;
the main gainers being Grant and Cooley.
Titan offense struggles bravely with the Warriors’ outstanding defense.Titans Lose To Camelback, 27-14
Steve Miller sweeps end for big yardage against the Camelback Spartans.
The last game of the season showed Camelback
victorious over the Titans. Arcadia took the lead
in the first quarter, but the Spartans came
back with four touchdowns. Arcadia’s touch-
downs were scored by Grant and Cooley, with
extra points scored by Miller and Grant. The
loss gave Arcadia a 4-6 record.
Although the Titans lost six games in the 1961
season, there was outstanding team effort
shown. Land Grant and Ron Johnson were
named team co-captains and tackle Mike Loper
was named Arcadia’s lineman of the year. The
outstanding back trophy was presented to sen-
ior halfback Repp. Progress Players of the
Week included Johnson, Orth, Grant, Bucklew,
Cooley and Repp.
196Odell builds spirit at
halftime of frosh game.
Carlin looks disturbed but JV’s season is victorious.
Coach Hendricks gives Steve Miller last minute instructions.
197Jayvees Post 9-1 Record
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Richard Smetana, Mike Berry, Richard Savale, Jeff Ptak, Barry VanPatten, Roger Picket, Frank
Bostock, John Fondrisi, Bruce Bernard, Bill Diplcy, Duane Stiles. ROW 2: Bill Pea, Jeff Larson, John Fresc, Greg Pierce,
Bob Leatzow, Jim Rose, Bob Rhoades, Bob Hervcy, Phil Webber, Steve Detmer, John Richardson. ROW 3: Steve Anair, Ron
Baker, Glenn Warner, Ray Hughes, John Dunfce, Ken Spitler. Steve Zcisler, Ed Katarski, Fred Anderson, Bob Hcnschcn.
ROW 4: Ken Scheitlin, John Ziska, Sam Edwards, Harry WaTmsley, Jim Hix, Dave Oldham, Greg Frary, Antony DiTirro,
Tom Jones, Brian Gcntncr, Bill Hall, Steve Brown. ROW 5: Dwight Wise, Judson Lee, Bob Cahill, Mr. Carlin, Mr. Gardner.
On a cold November day, the Camelback Spartans snapped
the Titan win streak.
Boasting a 9-1 season, the Junior Varsity football
team, coached by Pat Carlin and A1 Gardiner, show
signs of a prosperous season for next year’s varsity
squad. Leading the J.V. gridders were John Ziska,
a strong offensive end; Jim Gieszl, a late varsity
candidate who showed definite signs of his great
ability; and Bill Dipley, the leading scorer. Sopho-
mores to watch: Steve Zeisler, Ken Spitler, and Mike
198Freshman 44 A” Football
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Joe Isbell, Gary Fiori, Charlie Carter, Bill Huck, Gary McAlister, Dave Lux, Mark Dana, Bob Gullick-
son, Keith Morfitt, Terry Kennedy. ROW 2: Mike Baily, John Smith, A1 Dunning, Glenn Spangler, Gerry Carnahan, Jim
Hardy, Phil Abbott, Wayne Franklin, Dick Padilla, Steve Huey. ROW 3: Tom Hannon, Steve Banbury, John Shira, Rick
Sams, Dave Dayton, Condie Call, Craig Pihl, Walt Bimson, Mark Estensen, Bo Kite, Joe Trent, Bob Walker, Mr. Littleton,
The Orchids ended their season with a 0-0 tie with
Camelback. The season record stands at 6 wins, 3 loss-
es, and 1 tie. The team scored 124 points to their op-
ponents’ 59. Leading scorers were Bob Gullickson with
66, Mark Estensen with 24, and Bob Walker with 16.
The defensive team was exceptional with 7 boys mak-
ing the “Black Hat” team for getting 10 tackles in a
single game. The 7 boys were Keith Morfitt, Jim Hardy,
Bo Kite, Walt Bimson, Terry Kennedy, Rick Sams, and
Charlie Carter. Leading tacklers for the season were
Keith Morfitt and Jim Hardy with averages of 10 tack-
les per game. The team, with their good sportsmanship,
did a fine job.
200Barr, Cole-1964 “Part-Time” Starters
The 6’2” average of Arcadia’s starting five prom-
ised the school the most potentially sound team in
its history; Tom Cole, 6’5’ Pete Orr, 6’6”, Gerry
Van Reusen, 6’3”, Erik Widmark, and Ron
Barr, 5’10V6”. These cagers started for the Titans
and contributed a majority of the scoring, assisted
by Bob Tellier and Rick Shultz. Next year looks
good for varsity basketball as there will be six
returning lettermen and also prospective J. V. talent
such as Dipley, Runge, Ostaff and Ziska.
Gerry Van Reusen blocks Westwood opponent
as Ronnie Barr moves in.
Erik Widmark—Senior guard
Bob Tellier and Bill Hitchings jump high for a rebound in the Mesa
201Bill Hitching»—Junior guard
On drives in for two points as Van Reusen gets positioned for a
“Heads-up!" Guard and play-maker, Erik Widmark takes control of the hall
in the Yuma game.
Gerry Van Reusen—
202Cagers’ Height Averages 6’2”
Senior Gerry Van Rcusen shows his shooting ability against the
Ron Ban —Senior guard
Pete Orr—Senior center
Tom Cole, a Titan center, tries to prove his ability by making a free basket during
the Westwood game.Barr-Top Scorer With 378 Points
Spectators watch with anxiety as senior Tom Cole vies with a Yuma
player for the ball.
Tom Cole—Senior center
Gerry Van Reusen steals a rebound from
Casa Grande.Varsity Cagers Have 8-10 Season
FRONT ROW: Ron Barr, Rick Shultz, Don Kinzlc, Doug MacDonald, Bill Hitchings, Bill Diplcy, Grant Blanco (manager).
ROW 2: Coach Hallman, Erik Widmark, Phil Sedgwick, Dick Butler, Pete Orr, Bob Tellicr, Jim Ware, Gerry Van Reuscn,
and Junior Varsity coach A1 Gardner.
The season opened with Yuma and Kofa; the Titans
split these games and went on to Coronado with a
4-2 record. That Saturday night proved to be the
turning point for the Titan basketballers. To this
date Arcadia has never beaten Coronado in varsity
basketball and that game was no exception. The
following weekend Arcadia played host to the Scotts-
dale Beavers, a team that returned 4 of 5 starters
from last year’s team. At the end of the week-end
the season rested at 5 and 4. By the time the Beavers
rolled around again the season record for the Titan9
was 6 and 8. The Titans polished off the season by
beating Chandler and Casa Grande, thus bringing
their record to 8 wins, 10 losses.
KOFA 57 56
YUMA 50 56
MESA 63 58
WESTWOOD 65 67
TEMPE 65 63
CHANDLER 85 64
CORONADO 48 55
SCOTTSDALE 62 63
CASA GRANDE 66 61
MESA 57 69
WESTWOOD 63 55
KOFA 64 65
YUMA 47 51
CORONADO 49 76
SCOTTSDALE 57 77
TEMPE 91 102
CHANDLER 87 71
CASA GRANDE 65 59
205Jayvees Have 11-7 Season
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Mark Montcsano, Bill Dipley, Tom Herrick, Marty Runge ROW 2: Charlie
Ford, Rick Savale, John Ziska, Bob Leatzow, John Ostaff ROW 3: Judson Lee, Dwight Wise, Bill Mark-
ham, Larry Lccsman, Coach Gardner
Having a well-balanced squad and a lot of good
bench strength, the Titan J. V. basketball team
ended their season with an 11-7 record. John
Ziska was the top rebounder and had the best
game average in all five years of Arcadia basket-
ball. Bill Dipley was the top shooter, moving up
to varsity in the middle of the season. Marty
Runge was the play-maker and held the team to-
gether. Their hardest game was against Tempe;
their most exciting win was against Chandler. In
this game against the Wolves, they made 3 points
in the last 5 seconds and won in overtime.
John Ziska jumps for two as a Casa Grande player
tries to block him.Frosh “A” Basketball
FRONT ROW, I. to r.: Rob Gullickson. Gerry Carnahan, Joe Isbell, Ray Bclinski, Mr. Odell, Gary Frazier. ROW 2: Terry
Kennedy, Jim Hardy, Mark Estcnscn, Dave Dayton, Gary Hayden, Rick Wagner, Walt Bimson, Glenn Spangler.
Frosh “B” Basketball
FRONT ROW, 1. to.r.: Jim Butler, Karl Vogcn, John Shira, Jeff Lytle, Rancie Grover ROW 2: Gary McAlister, Bob Dyess,
A1 Dunning, Ed Zatich, Randy Brown ROW 3: Coach Bill Meyer, Mark Olson, Jim Ragland, Bill McMahon, manager Jim
207Rondeau Repeats As State Champ
After a slow start, the Titan grapplers
bounced back and completed a successful
season with a dual meet record of 5 wins,
3 losses and 1 tie. The losses occurred early
in the year and were at the hands of teams
that were made up of seniors. The team was
led this year by Tim Deschler and Jim Ron-
deau who finished their dual meet season
with undefeated records. Many fine per-
formances were turned in by the underclass
wrestlers. Bob Williams had an 8-1 record,
Bill Spangler 7-2, and George Mattingly
2-1-1. Arcadia was well represented at the
A.A.U. Invitational tournament. We finished
5th as a team and placed the following boys
in the finals: Jim Rondeau, 1st, 130 lbs.;
Bill Birkholz, 2nd, 148 lbs.; Bob Williams
placed 4th and Bob Slider placed 4th.
Titan heavyweight, Tim Deschler, goes for a pin against a Coronado
Dale Button struggles with a Camelback opponent.
The referee watches intensely as
Jim Rondeau prepares to pin.Grapplers Have 5-3-1 Season
Undefeated State Champ Jim
Rondeau goes for a pin.
Arcadia placed 4th in the Division Tournament and
qualified 6 hoys for the State Tournament. Of the
6 boys represented, Jim Rondeau repeated as State
Champ in the 130 lb. class; Bob Slider and Tim
Deschler won the consolation in their respective
weight classes to take 3rd place. The grapplers fin-
ished seventh as a team in the State Tournament.
Bob Williams 3rd 98 lbs.
Bob Slider 2nd 115 lbs.
Jim Rondeau 1st 130 lbs.
Dale Button 3rd 141 lbs.
George Mattingly 3rd 168 lbs.
Tim Deschler 2nd Hvw.
WRESTLING TEAM: FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Scott Koemcr, Bill Spangler, Bob Slider, Scott Danley, Bob Williams. ROW
2: Dale Button, Jim Rondeau, Bill Birkholz, Robert Hcrvey, Del Merrill. ROW 3: Coach Anderson, Tony Peyou, George
Mattingly, Tim Deschler, Jim Giezl, Mgr. Craig Komidino.
George Mattingly checks the forecast for Titan spring athletics.
210Tumbling Titans Debut
Working on the trampoline increases timing and coordination.
Coach McMahon spots as a gymnast executes a back
flip in tumbling.
Forecasting a year of growth and
building, Coach McMahon this
year introduced gymnastics to the
Arcadia sports picture. The coach
stressed coordination, balance, and
muscle development in tumbling,
sidehorse, high bar, trampoline,
and still rings. Top gymnast was
Dick Romney, a muscular senior
who was a standout on the still
All-around gymnast Dick Romney demonstrates the iron cross on the
Paced By Morfitt
Brad Morfitt, Skcetcr Williams and Mike Rex dominate Arcadia’s cross-
Arcadia’s Cross Country season for 1964-1965 ended in final
division eliminations. The Titans this year failed to qualify
for state when in division runoffs. The seven man team placed
sixth in overall competition. For state competition only the
top five teams from each division are allowed to take part.
Senior Brad Morfitt qualified as one of the top five runners
in the division allowing him to take part in state later in the
week. During state eliminations, Morfitt placed 18th.
Mike Loper, lop discus thrower, works
on his form in preparation for state.
Frank Ziska works on form over the high hurdles.
Dave Miller, senior,
broad jumping form.
Brad Morfitt exhibits that endurance
is a main factor in track events.State Champ Blakeley Returns
Senior vaultcr, Rob Monie, boosts team strength
John Black, junior, muscles over the bar to give the Titans
Rick Blakeley concentrates on winning his second state
championship.Blakeley, Carter, Morfitt Lead Team
The Division One defending champions had
many returning lettermen from last year’s squad,
which placed third in the state. Coach Amerson
listed Rick Blakeley, Mike Loper, Forest Carter,
Brad Morfitt, Frank Ziska, Rob Monie, Pat
Payne, Dennis Spindler, Erik Widmark and
Gerry Van Reusen as the seniors on whose
shoulders the team’s success rests. Blakeley was
the state’s top shot putter; Carter tied for first
in the 220-yard run. Returning the state’s best
high jump relay team, the Titans’ strength was
greatly boosted by Van Reusen, Payne, and
Widmark, who all jumped over six feet. Rob
Monie and John Black teamed up to make the
Titans one of the division’s toughest in pole
vault. Rick Blakeley and Mike Loper gave the
Titans a shot-putting combination that few other
schools could match. The squad was strong in
three-men meets and medley.
Senior Pat Payne exhibits the high jumping form needed
to clear the bar.Wolff, Barr-Returning Starters
John Rohmer—junior infielderTitans Host Three Night Games
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: John Rohmer, Jack Dujanovic, John Frese, Dennis Wolff, Ron Barr, Cal Rookcr. ROW 2: Bill
Hitching?, George Mattingly, Tom Cooley, Steve Tait, Chris Tallon, Tony Pcyou. ROW 3: Mr. Schifino, Gary Kron, Rick
Snyder. Jay George, Rick Bcdcnkop, Jim Ware, Tom Cole.
Dennis Wolff slides into Bill Hitching? tag.
The 1965 Titan baseball team was com-
posed mostly of underclassmen with only
two returning starters and five lettermen.
The returning starters were seniors Den-
nis Wolff at second base and Ron Barr
who last year played shortstop but this
year was in center field. The leading can-
didates for the starting positions included
George Mattingly and Tony Peyou, both
juniors, contending for the catching spot;
Rick Bedenkop, John Neal and Jay
George, juniors, and sophomore John
Frese who battled for the pitching posi-
tion. Davy Frich, John Rohmer and Bill
Hitchings held infield positions along
with Dennis Wolff. Joining Ron Barr in
center field were Steve Tait, Tom Cooley,
Rick Snyder and Gary Kron. Last year
the baseball team introduced night base-
ball to the Scottsdale School District. This
experiment proved so successful that the
1965 team hosted 3 night games.
2171965 Golf Team
FRONT ROW, 1. to r.: Wes Mohr, Rick Margolin, Chuck Colton, Tuck Stephenson, Doug Coppock. ROW 2: Walt Runge,
Bill Hodges, Doug MacDonald, Jim Sollcnberger, Tom Olson, Greg Lauten, Coach Jackson. ROW 3: Bob Tellier, Bob Henry,
Pete Orr, Skip Whitley.
The 1965 golf team
had high hopes of keep-
ing the state title they
have held the past two
years. Coach Jackson
expected great things
out of the starting top
eight men: Wes Mohr,
Chuck Colton, Tuck
Margolin, Bob Henry,
Doug Koppock, Bob
Tellier, and Skip Whit-
ley. Other members in-
cluded Walt Runge,
Bill Hodges, Doug
MacDonald, Jim Sol-
lenberger, Tom Olson,
Greg Lauten and Pete
Chuck ColtonSwim Team
Arcadia’s tankmen entered their third year
of competition with high hopes of improv-
ing on last year’s fifth place finish in the
state. Coach MacMahon’s top returning let-
termen were Jim Fisher, Jack Ranby, John
Heringer, Bill Hume, Jeff Ptak, and Jim
Gaintner. Arcadia’s swimmers competed in
free style, breaststroke, backstroke, butter-
fly, and relay events. The tankmen faced a
tough schedule of dual meets with other AA
schools. The rigorous training schedule in-
cluded at least an hour of hard workout
each day.Boys’ Tennis
Despite pre-season pessimism due to the loss of four starters, coach
Sam Odell’s tennis squad piled up a 6-1 record at the start of the
season. The Titan netmen squeezed past Yuma 4-3 to open the season,
and followed up with victories over Kofa, Tempe, Mesa, Coronado,
and Chandler before dropping a match to Scottsdale. They were strong
contenders for the Division One Championship. Junior Craig Neslage
was seeded number one and was an excellent prospect for the State
Singles Championship. Next year’s prospects are even better, for Odell
will lose only one man, Nick Nicholson.
FRONT ROW: 1. to r., Mike Johnson, Bill Baumann, Craig Neslage, John Shoenhair, Vance Mar-
shall, 2ND ROW: Pete Baumann, Nick Nicholson, Rusty Lupton, Coach Odell, Dave Garrett, Bob
VARSITY. FRONT ROW; 1. to r. Karen Erickson, Abby Palmer, Linda Lombard ROW 2: Betsy Dalzcll,
JUNIOR VARSITY. FRONT
ROW, 1. to r.: Peggy Lindner, Mar-
cia Meudell, Karen Daly, Kathy
Holdridge. ROW 2: Cindy Thur-
ston, Gert Naim, Debi Neugcbauer,
How the bold teacher s doctrine,
By truth, shall spread, throughout the
MR. WILTON MOORE
JUDY ALEXANDER: Student Senate;
Pom Pon; Lambda Kappa Phi.
LINDA ALLEN: Transfer—North
ANDY AMBROSE: Frosh V. Pres.;
Soph, V. Pres.; Jr. Boy Rep.; Stu-
dent Body V. Pres.; Student Senate
Pres.; Club Council Pres.; Key Club
V. Pres.; N.H.S.; Spanish Honorary.
KAY ANDERSON: Titan Band; Band
Lettcrman; Spanish Honorary; Biol-
ogy Club; Girls’ League; “Flower
LESLIE AVANT: Student Senate;
Girls’ League; N.H.S.; Transfer—
MARIE AYCOCK: G.A.A.; Girls’
ALLEN BABINSKI: Car Club Pres.;
“I Remember Mama”; Transfer—
East Hampton, New York.
TERRY LEE BACCELUA: Car Club.
RANDY BAKER: Bowling Club.
SHARON BANCROFT: Girls’ League;
Lambda Kappa Phi.
WAYNE BARNES: Student Senate;
Debate Club; Science Club; Transfer
RON BARR: Varsity Basketball; Var-
EDWARD BATTERSHELL: National
Merit Letter of Commendation; Mu
Alpha Theta; J.E.T.S.
JOAN BAUER: JV Cheerleader; Del-
ta Omega; Student Senate.
JEANNIE BECKSTEAD: Junior
KEN BENNETT: Varsity Cross-coun-
try; Varsity Track; Lettcrmen’s
Club; Bowling Club.
LYNN BENNETT: Girls’ League; Art
Club; Biology Club.
KATHY BIGLEMAN: Girls’ League.
RICK BLAKELEY: Lettermen’s Club
V. Pres.; Club Council; State Shot-
Put Champ; Varsity Track; Frosh,
STEVE BLASNEK: Wrestling.
JACKIE BLEYER: A.F.S.
SUSIE BOTSFORD: Student Senate;
Y-Teens; Epsilon Chi Sec., Pres.
BONITA BOUDREAU: A.F.S.; Girls’
League; Adv. Girl’s Cho.
JANICE BOWEN: Girls’ League;
Lambda Kappa Phi.
PENNY BOYD: Girls’ League; C.A.A.
STEVEN BOYD: Car Club Trcas.;
CHERI BOYER: Sigma Beta Chi;
MIKE BRADEN: Bowling Club.
-STARR BROOKS: Girls’ League,
G.A.A.; Lambda Kappa Phi.
JERRY BROWN: Thespians.
STEVE BROWN: Club Council; Car
Club; Lettermen’s Gub; Swimming;
THOMAS BROWN: Titan Band;
Dance Band; Band Letterman;
“Flower Drum Song.”
TERRY BRYAN: Lettermen’s Club;
Varsity Swimming, Varsity Wres-
BARBARA BUCHANAN: Lambda
Kappa Phi Sec.; Transfer—Pensa-
GREG BUCKLEW: Varsity Football;
Varsity Track; Lettermen’s Club.
JIM BUSCH: Wrestling.
DALE BUTTON: Lettermen’s Club;
Varsity Wrestling; Tennis.
MIKIE BYRON: Girls’ League.
JOHN CALDWELL: Car Club; Dra-
ma Club; Concert Choir.
NANCY CAMERON: A.F.S.; Girls’
League; Sigma Beta Chi.
SUSIE CAMERON: Biology Club
Sec.; Student Senate; A.F.S. Sec.;
Y-Teens Pres., V. Pres.; Girls’
League Council; Sigma Beta Chi.
ROBBIE CAMPBELL: Lambda Kappa
Phi; Transfer—Scottsdale High.
LARRY CAPPELU: Wrestling.
SUE CARDELL: G.A.A.
RENEE CARRUTH: Olympian Staff;
A.F.S.; Spanish Honorary; Quill and
Scroll; TRANSFER—Dallas, Texas.
FORREST CARTER: Sr. Gass V.
Pres.; Lettermen’s Club Sec.,
Treas.; Varsity Track; Varsity
ANA MARIA CARVALHEDO: Stu-
dent Council; Sigma Beta Chi;
A.F.S.; Girls’ League Council; For-
eign Exchange Student, Brazil.
CHARLES CASE: Student Senate;
N.H.S. Pres.; Mu Alpha Theta;
Thespians V. Pres.; Boys’ State;
Fencing; “Guys and Dolls,” “Kiss
Me Kate,” “Flower Drum Song.”
CINDY CASTER: A.F.S.; Thespians;
Arcadian Staff; “Jenny Kissed Me.”
SUZANNE CHAILLE: Biology Club;
GEORGE CHALOGONIAN: Car Club.
JACK CHAPMAN: D.E.C.A.; V. Pres.
222RAY CHENHALL: Key Club; Thes-
pians; Chorale; “Kiss Me Kate,"
“Flower Drum Song."
JANE CHRISTENSEN: Transfer —
HARRY CIPRIANO: Cur Club Sec.
GARY CLARK: Lettermcn's Club;
Football; Baseball; Basketball.
TERRY CLARK: Lettermen’s Club;
Cross-Country; Track; Wrestling.
ELISSA COHEN: Arcadian Staff;
Transfer—Van Nuys, California.
TOM COLE: Student Senate Corres-
ponding Sec.; Lettermen’s Club;
Varsity basketball; Varsity Baseball;
Varsity Football; Key Club.
JOE COLLINGS: Transfer—Coronado
CHUCK COLTON: Titan Band; Dance
Band; Lettermen’s Club; Varsity
Golf; Varsity Football.
GUS CONTOS: Football.
SALLY COOK: Lambda Kappa Phi;
CONNIE COOPER: Transfer—West
CORINNE CORBITT: Spanish Honor-
ary; Band Letterman; “Guys and
Dolls,” “Kiss Me Kate," “Flower
STEVE CRAIG: Student Council;
Student Senate; Bowling Club;
VALERIE CROOK: Transfer—Phoenix
Country Day School.
AUDREY DALESSANDRO: Frosh
Girl Rep.; Soph Girl Rep.; Girls’
League; Delta Omega Pres.
BETSY DALZELL: G.A.A.; Varsity
Tennis; Transfer—West Virginia.
KEITH DANCKAERT: Transfer—Me-
WILLIAM D’APUZZO: Bowling Club;
Art Club; Car Gub; Biology Club;
JEAN DAVIDSON: Studern Senate;
Girls’ League; Sigma Beta Chi;
“Brigadoon,” “Kiss Me Kate,”
“Flower Drum Song"; All-State Cho-
BOBBIE DAVIS: Homecoming Attend-
ant; Varsity Cheerleader; Y-Teens;
G.A.A.; Girls’ League; Delta Omega.
KAREN DAVIS: Student Senate;
Girls’ League; Arcadian Staff; Quill
and Scroll; Y-Teens; Bowling Gub;
Epsilon Chi Tri-Hi-Y V. Pres.; Pep
LYNN DAVIS: Quill and Scroll; Ar-
cadian Editor; N.H.S.; Mu Alpha
Hieta; Girls’ League.
MICHAEL DAVIS: Transfer-Plain-
STEPHEN B. DAVIS: Student Sen-
ate; Rocket Gub; J.E.T.S. Sec. and
NORA DEAK: G.A.A.; Y-Teens; Dra-
ma Gub; Girls’ League.
FRANK DEAKIN: Car Gub; Trans-
ROSEMARY DELOIAN: Adv. Girl’s
Cho.; Girls’ League Council; G.A.A.;
Lambda Kappa Phi.
RON DENEKE: Football; Wrestling;
TIM DESCHLER: Varsity Football;
Varsity Wrestling; Lettermen’s Gub.
RAY DETRICK: Wrestling.
JIM DeVANEY: J.E.T.S.; Rocket
LESLEY DIEFENDERFER: N.H.S.;
PAT DiTIRRO: Y-Teens Sec.; Girls’
TIM DIETZ: Wrestling; Student Sen-
ate; Key Club.
THOMAS R. DOOTY: Biology Gub;
Transfer—Anderson, South Carolina.
GAINES DuVALL: Student Senate;
Varsity Baseball; Spanish Honorary.
VICKI EATON: Transfer — North
CAROLYN ELLIOT: Student Senate;
Sigma Beta Chi; G.A.A.; Girls’
League; Biology Club.
MARILYN ELLIOT: Sigma Beta Chi;
Girls’ League; G.A.A.; A.F.S.; Frosh
Tennis; Biology Gub.
STEPHEN ELLIS: J.E.T.S.
THEODORA ENGLUND: Girls’
League; Frosh Christmas Prom Prin-
LEONARD ERIE: DeMolay.
KATHY ETCHELLS: G.A.A. Sec.;
BART FABER: D.E.C.A. Pres.; Stu-
dent Senate; JV Football; Car Gub;
HARRY FELDER: J.E.T.S.; N.H.S.;
National Merit Finalist; Mu Alpha
Theta; Transfer—Coronado High.
BARBARA FENNER: Art Gub
Treas.; Chorus Letter; Adv. Girl’s
Cho.; Madrigal; Transfer—Xavier
BILL FERGUSON: “Kiss Me Kate,”
“Flower Drum Song"; Varsity Foot-
ball; Varsity Basketball; Varsity
Track; Lettermen’s Club; Key Gub.
CATHERINE FERGUSON: Gold Key
Scholastic Art Award; Art Letter;
“Classic” Art Editor; Art Gub;
STEVE FIELDING: National Merit
Letter of Commendation; Spanish
Honorary; Car Gub; Transfer—
JIM FISHER: Swimming; Lettermen’s
Gub; Titan Band; Dance Band;
JAMES G FISSELL: Student Senate;
Varsity Football; Varsity Track;
GRETCHEN FRANK: Student Body
Corresponding Sec.; “Qassis” co-ed-
itor; Anytown; N.H.S.; Epsilon Chi;
CONNIE FREEMAN: Y-Teens; Inter-
Club Council; Lambda Sigma Phi
Y-Teens; Girls’ League; Pep Gub;
NANCY FREESTONE: G.A.A.; Stu-
dent Senate; Sigma Beta Chi; Y-
Teens Sec.; Girls’ League.
FRED GAMBLE: Titan Band; Band
Letterman; Rocket Club.
PATTI GEIGER: Delta Omega; Stu-
dent Senate; Titan Band; Band Let-
terman; "Kiss Me Kate.”
CAROL GIESZL: “I Remember Ma-
ma”; G.A.A.; Drama Club; Biology
JANICE GIFFIN: “Kiss Me Kate,” “I
Remember Mama”; Adv. Girl’s Cho.;
Girls’ League; Student Senate;
RICKEY GIVEN: Transfer — San
GERALD J. GLOVER: Bowling Gub;
SANDRA R. GOMPF: Student Senate.
BOB GOODPASTURE: Titan Band;
Varsity Track; Lettermen’s Gub;
LAND GRANT: Student Senate; Na-
tional Merit Finalist; Varsity Foot-
ball Capt.; Key Gub; Lettermen’s
VIRGINIA SUE GRANT: Lambda
Kappa Phi; A.F.S.; Y-Tcens; Stu-
dent Senate; Girls’ League; Art
GWENDOLYN JAY GREEN: D.E.C.A.
BARBARA GRIGG: G.A.A.
BRUCE GULLEDGE: Swimming,
Fencing Gub, Car Gub.
DONNA GUMLICK: Girls’ League;
Mu Alpha TTieta.
HEATHER HAFLEIGH: “Flower
Drum Song”; Olympian Staff; Jr.
Class Council; Student Senate; Quill
and Scroll; Delta Omega; Girls'
JUDI HAGEDORN: Inter-club Coun-
cil; Club Council; Girls’ League
Council; Sigma Beta Chi; Transfer
JAN HALL: N.H.S.; G.A.A.; Girls’
League; Spanish Honorary; Lambda
Kappa Phi; Student Senate.
JANEY ANN HANEY: G.A.A. Treas.;
Girls’ League V. Pres.; Pep Gub;
Lambda Kappa Phi; “Brigadoon,”
“Guys and Dolls,” “Kiss Mo Kate,”
“Flower Drum Song.”
JIM HANFORD: Arcadian Staff.
BECKY HANNA: Epsilon Chi; Y-
Teens; Girls’ League; Transfer—
ROBIN S. HANSEN: A.F.S.; Girls’
League; Pep Club.
223HEATHER HARVEY: Pep Club;
Girl ’ league; Transfer—Coronado
CAROL HAUGELAND: Girls’ Slate,
Arcadian Staff; Pom Pon; A.F.S.;
Twirp Attendant; N.H.S.; Student
Senate Corresponding See.; Thes-
pian V. Pres.; Tri-Hi-Y V. Pres.;
.Quill and Scroll; Mu Alpha Theta;
KAREN HAYDEN: Student Senate;
Orchestra; Art Club; Thespians.
JANE HERINGER: G.A.A.; Girls’
League; Epsilon Chi Tri-Hi-Y; Titan
JOANNA HIATT: Epsilon Chi Tri-
Hi-Y; N.H.S.; Transfer—Clay City,
JOHN HILDE: JV Basketball; Spanish
DAVID HILL: N.H.S.; National Merit
Finalist; J.E.T.S.; Mu Alpha Theta.
JAMES H. HILLEBRAND: Letter-
men’s Club; Anytown; Varsity Foot-
ball; Key Club; Transfer—France.
SCOTT HILSABECK: Varsity Foot-
hall; Lettermen’s Club.
SHERRY HIRT: Madrigals; Pep
BECKY HITCHCOCK: Girls’ League;
lambda Kappa Phi Tri-Hi-Y.
STEVE HODGSON: Varsity Football;
Baseball; Lettermen’s Club.
CINDA HOEL: Delta Omega; Girls’
BILL HOFFMAN: A.F.S.; N.H.S.;
Thespians; Key Club; Harvard Book
Award; Student Senate; “Briga-
doon.” “Man Who Came to Dinner,”
“Guys and Dolls.” “Kiss Me Kate,”
“I Remember Mamma," “Godot,"
“Flower Drum Song.”
CHERYL HOGAN: Anytown; Girls’
League Council; Sigma Beta Chi.
MYRA DAWN HOLBERT: Science
Club Treas.; Adv. Girl’s Cho.; Mad-
rigal; Transfer—Scottsdale High.
TOM HOLMES: Student Senate; Stu-
dent Council; Spanish Honorary;
Wrestling; Transfer — Evanston
MARK HOPKINS: J.E.T.S. Pres.;
National Merit Finalist; National
Science Foundation; N.H.S.; Latin
Club; Mu Alpha Theta; Transfer—
JANET LYNN HOUGH: Girls’
League; A.F.S.; Transfer—Tucson.
LOU HUDSON: Frosh Class Treas.;
Girls’ League; G.A.A.
MARGARET HULL: Girls’ league;
A.F.S.; Y-Teens; Biology Club.
JUDITH ANNE HUTSON: Girls’
League; Epsilon Chi Tri-Hi-Y.
BRUCE HUXFORD: Transfer—Mar-
KATHY JABLONSKI: Sigma Beta
Chi; Girls’ League.
LINDA JENSEN: Girls" League;
Transfer—Brigham City, Utah.
BRUCE JOHNSON: Spanish Honor-
LYNDA JOHNSON: Jr. Class Coun-
cil; N.H.S.; A.F.S.; Mu Alpha The-
MIKE JOHNSON: Varsity Swimming;
Lettermen’s Club; Transfer—Virgin-
RON JOHNSON: Football Capt.;
Baseball; Lettcrmcn’s Club.
WILLIAM E. JOHNSON: Football;
Wrestling; Lettermen’s Club.
GAIL ANN JORCENSON: D.E.C.A.
See.; Student Senate.
CHARLOTTE KAMSTRA: Biology
Club; Girls’ League.
JEANNIE KAYZ: G.A.A.; Tri-Hi-Y;
PAM KEEN: Chorale; Sigma Beta
Chi; Girls’ League; “Brigadoon,"
“Kiss Me Kate.” “Flower Drum
JERRY KELLEY: Car Club V. Pres.
JILL KENNEDY: Club Council Sec.;
Spanish Honorary; Y-Tccns; Band
PATRICIA ANNE KIDWELL: Girls’
league; Bowling Club; Tri-Hi-Y.
CHARLIE KLEIN: Mixed Clio.
LINDA KLEINZ: G.A.A. Sec. and
Pres.; Girls’ League; Lambda Kap-
SAUNDRA KNACKSTEDT: Adv.
PAMELA KNIGHT: Delta Omega;
Madrigals; Girls’ League.
SCOTT KOERNER: Wrestling; Let-
KIM KOPECK Y: Swimming; Car
Club; Drama Club; Transfer —
LINDA KRAHENBIHL: Girls’ League;
Adv. Girls’ Cho.
LINDA KUCHLER: D.E.C.A.; Trans-
BOB KUEBLER: Track.
CHERYL KYFF: Delta Omega Sec.;
N.H.S.; Biology Club; Adv. Girl’s
Cho.; Optimist Student of Month.
GORDON LACY: D.E.C.A.; Fencing.
DARNELL LADD: Lambda Kappa
Phi; Girls’ League.
BILL LAM AN: Car Club.
NANCY LAMBERT: Girls’ League;
Y-Teens; Student Senate.
NANCY ANN LAMSON: G.A.A.;
A.F.S.; Girls’ League; Epsilon Chi
Tri-Hi-Y; Student Senate; Biology
JANE LAUBACH: A.F.S.; Epsilon
Chi Tri-Hi-Y; Girls’ League.
GREG LAUTEN: N.H.S.; Baseball;
Basketball; Golf; Transfer — Mt.
DENNIS LcFEBVRE: Track; Letter-
men’s Club; Transfer—Michigan.
ZOANNE LEININGER: Student Sen-
ate; Girls' League; lambda Kappa
DAVID LILLIE: Transfer—Utah.
JUDITH LIND: Girls’ League.
JACQUELYN LINDSTROM: Frosh
Class See.; Soph. Class Sec.; Jr.
Class Sec.; Sr. Class Sec.; Home-
coming Attendant; Pom Pon; Delta
Omega; Student Senate; “Briga-
SUSAN LINDSTROM: A.F.S.; Girls’
BEVERLY UNGAFELT: Adv. Girl’s
SALLY LISKA: G.A.A.; A.F.S.; Pep
Club; Girls’ League; Epsilon Chi
RICHARD LOCKETT: J.E.T.S.; Mu
Alpha Theta; Swimming; Transfer
MIKE LOPER: Varsity Football; Var-
sity Track; Lettermen’s Club; Twirp
Candidate; Homecoming Candidate;
RONNIE LOW: Car Club.
DOUG MAC DONALD: Varsity Bas-
ketball; Lettermen’s Club; Transfer
—Schenectady, New York.
LYNN CHRISTINE McCASLAND:
N.H.S.; Concert Choir; Adv. Girl’s
Cho.; Band Pennant; Transfer —
LAURA McCLURE: Band Lctterman;
“Kiss Me Kate.” “Guys and Dolls,"
"Flower Drum Song.”
PEGGY McMULLIN: Co-Queen
Christmas Prom; Girls League
Pres.; Sigma Beta Chi; Arcadian
Staff; Pep Club; “I Remember
MARY McNAMARA: “Jenny Kissed
MIKE McNAMARA: Jr. Class V.
Pres.; Student Senate V. Pres.; Key
Club; Pep Gub; Transfer—La Jol-
DICK McPHERSONr Football; Track;
Bowling Club; Transfer — Tcmpe
DAVID McNULTY: J.E.T.S.; Chorale;
Rocket Club; Transfer—North High.
MIKE MAISEL: D.E.C.A.; Swim-
ROBERT MANNING: Student Senate.
RICHARD MARGOLIN: Golf; Letter-
GAYLE MARKOW: Olympian Staff;
MARY MARTIN: G.A.A.; Transfer-
DAVID B. MAY: “Brigadoon,” “Guys
and Dolls," “Kiss Me Kate," “Flower
Drum Song”; Football; Wrestling;
Spanish Honorary; Lettermen’s
224Clui»; Thespians; Rocket Club; “Co-
LARRY MEEK: Rocket Club.
NANCY MEHAGIAN: Transfer-Cen-
FRANK MENDOLA: Football Mgr.;
J.E.T.S.; Rocket Club; Lettermen’s
Club; “Brigadoon,” “Guys and
noils," "Kiss Me Kate."
PHILIP MESSEC: D.E.C.A.; Baseball.
JIM MERCIER: Key Club. Football;
RICHARD MICKLE: Biology Club;
Student Senate; Wrestling; Track;
DAVID MILLER: Track.
JUDY MILLER: Adv. Girl’s Cho.
SID MILLER: Frosh. JV Baseball.
STEVE MILLER: Football; Track;
Lettermen's Club; Transfer—Scotts-
RICHARD MILOT: Bowling Club.
WES MOHR: Lettermen'a Gub;
JADEANNE MONTGOMERY: Y-
Teens; Sigma Beta Chi; A.F.S.;
Lambda Kappa Phi.
DANA MOORE: G.A.A.; A.F.S.;
Girls’ League, Tri-Hi-Y.
ROSEMARY MOORE: Arcadian
Staff; Girls' State; N.H.S.; Drama
VICKI MOORE: Girls’ League; Jun-
BRAD MORFITT: Lettermen’s Club;
BECKY MOWRY: Lambda Sigma
MAUREEN MURPHY: Pep Club.
SHERRY NAI.DER: Thespians Pres.;
Student Senate; Russian Club; De-
bate Club; Y-Teens; Transfer—Salt
Lake City, Utah.
NINA NAUM AN: Mu Alpha Theta
See.; Biology Club Pres.; Anytown;
Student Senate; N.H.S.; Arcadian
Staff; Quill and Scroll.
ELBERTA MEERIEMER: Student
NICK NICHOLSON: Student Senate;
National Merit Finalist; N.H.S.;
Quill and Scroll; Arcadian Staff;
Olympian Staff; Varsity Tennis;
Lettermen’s Club; Spanish Honor-
ary; Car Club; Transfer—Texas.
PENNY NORBIE: Lambda Kappa Phi
KAY NORRIS: Student Senate; Girls’
League; Sigma Beta Chi; G.A.A.
REBECCA SUE NORMAND: Girls’
HELEN JEAN O'BRIEN: Girls’
League; “Brigadoon”; “Guys and
Dolls,” “Kiss Me Kate,” “Flower
DENISE E. IDEAN: Adv. Girl's Cho.;
RANDY IDEN: Varsity Wrestling:
SHARON OHMS: G.A.A.; Girls’
LARRY OLDEN: Mu Alpha Theta
Pres.; N.H.S. V. Pres.
PATRICIA SUSAN OLIVER: Girls’
ELLIOTT OLSON: T Remember
Mamma," “Kiss Me Kate”; Rifle
Club; Rocket Club.
KAREN OLSON: Student Senate; Del-
ta Omega Treas.
STEVE ORTH: Varsity Football; Let-
DANA OVERMIER: G.A.A.; Art Club
KATHY PAINE: Girls’ League; Thcs-
pians, “I Remember Mamma.”
KARL PAINTER: Transfer-Culver
DAVE PDPANDREW: Student Sen-
ate; Varsity Football; Varsity Track;
PAT PAYNE: Varsity Football; Var-
sity Track; Lettermen’s Club.
JOHNNY PEARSON: Transfer-Cen-
JIIDIE PEBI.ER: Lambda Kappa Phi
Tri-Hi-Y; Adv. Girl’s Cho.
RICHARD PENQUITE: Football;
HAVNE PETERS: Student Senate;
Key Club; “Sec How They Run,”
“Jenny Kissed Me.”
J. DENNIS PETERSON: Track.
BARBARA PHILLIPS: Tri-Hi-Y; JV
Cheerleader; Girls’ League; Trans-
RUTH PIERCE: Adv. Girl’s Cho.;
Girls’ League; G.A.A.
DEIRDRE PISANI: Lambda Kappa
DIANE PLEDGER: Pep Club; Girls’
League; Safety Club.
GAYLE POST: Betty Crocker Home-
maker of Tomorrow, Sigma Beta Chi.
SUSAN PRATTL: Delta Omega; Y-
Teens; “Kiss Me Kate,” “Flower
LAURIE SUE PTAK: Key Club
Sweetheart; Homecoming Queen;
Olympian Candidate; Pom Pon;
Delta Omega V. Pres.; Student Sen-
ate; Y-Teens; Mu Alpha Theta.
BILL QUINN: Band Lctterman.
JOHN W. RANBY: Varsity Swim-
ming; Lettermen’s Club; Spanish
CHRIS REED: Epsilon Chi Tri-Hi-Y.
KAREN REID: N.H.S.; Spanish Hon-
PETE REPP: Homecoming King;
Varsity Track; Varsity Football;
Lettermen’s Club; Key Club.
GLORIA RICHMOND: Girls’ League.
KATHY RIGGS: Gold Key Scholastic
LYNN ROBB: “Brigadoon,” “Flower
Drum Song”; Madrigals; Girls’
League; Limbda Kappa Phi Pres.
JANIS ILEEN ROBERSON: Arcadian
Staff; Quill and Scroll; Thespians.
STEVE ROBINETTE: Cross-Country;
Lettermen’s Club; Varsity Track.
JAN ROBINSON: C.A.A.; Girls’
League; Student Senate; Lambda
Kappa Phi Tri-Hi-Y.
MARY JANE ROCKER: Girls’
League; Gold Key Scholastic Art
Award; Art Club.
SUE ROPER: Jr. Christmas Prom
Princess; Co-Queen Christmas Prom;
D.A.R. Award; Art Club; Girls’
League; Quill and Scroll; Arcadian
KATHY ROSE: A.F.S.; G.A.A.; Stu-
dent Senate; Transfer—New Jersey.
THOMAS ROTHWEILER: Concert
Choir; Swimming; Art Gub; Car
KAY ROUSE: Pep Club; Girls’
League; Transfer—Mesa High.
JUDIE RUMMAGE: Jr. Class Girl
Rep.; Jr. Class Council; Delta Ome-
ga; Girls’ League; Lambda Kappa
WALTER M. RUNGE: Varsity Golf;
TOBY RUPERT: Transfer-Palo Alto.
NANCY St. CLAIR: Epsilon Chi Tri-
Hi-Y; All State Band; “Guys and
Dolls," "Kiss Me Kate,” “Flower
MARY JANE St. THOMAS: Student
Senate; Girl’s Cho.; “I Remember
Mamma,” Drama Club.
LAURIE SALISBURY: Student Body
Treas.; Student Senate; Soph. Class
Treas.; Jr. Class Treas.; Girls’
League Treas.; Soph. Christmas
Prom Princess; Anytown; Girls’
League; Thespians; Girls’ State;
N.H.S.; Delta Omega; “The Man
Who Came to Dinner,” “Jenny
NEIL SALMI: Rocket Club Pres.;
Student Senate; Band Lctterman;
DARRYLL SALSBURG: Football;
HARRY SALZMAN: D.E.C.A. Treas.;
BECKY SCHARF: “I Remember
Mamma”; Thespians; Lambda Kap-
pa Phi Tri-Hi-Y; Transfer—Coro-
DAVE SCHEDLER: Varsity Football;
225SANDRA LEE SCHORK: Art Club.
JO SCHWAN: Sr. Girl Rep.; Delta
Omega; Student Senate.
LARRY SCHWARTZ: Basketball;
Track; Car Club.
FREDERICK C. SCHWARZE: Foot-
ball; Track; Rocket Club Pres.;
Biology Club Treas.; J.E.T.S.
PAM SHAFER: Girls’ League; “The
Man Who Came to Dinner.” “Guys
MARYANN SHALL: G.A.A.
BARBARA SHEELEY: A.F.S.; Girls’
League; Transfer—Central High.
CAROL SHEER: G.A.A.; YTeens;
ROGER SHEER: Drama Club Treas.;
Arcadian Staff; Thespians; Wres-
tling; Mgr. Lettermen’s Club; “Ar-
senic and Old Lace,” “The Man Who
Came to Dinner.” “Guys and Dolls,"
“I Remember Mamma,” “Jenny
LINDA SHER: Transfer—Phoenix
Country Day School.
RICK SHULTS: Student Senate; Var-
sity Basketball; Varsity Track; Let-
JEFF SMITH: Varsity Track; Letter-
JUDY SMITH: G.A.A.; Girls’ League.
LORRAINE SMITH: Student Senate;
Girls’ League; Lambda Kappa Phi
Tri-Hi-Y; Transfer—Cedar Rapids,
MARILYN SMITH: Girls’ League;
G.A.A.; Delta Omega.
ROBERT L. SMITH: Bowling Club;
Concert Choir; “Brigadoon”; Trans-
SUSAN SMITH: N.H.S.; A.F.S.;
Girls’ League; Spanish Honorary;
Dance Band; "Flower Drum Song.”
JIM SOLLENBERGER: Golf; Track.
TOM SORENSON: J.E.T.S.
JACQIJE SAUTER: G.A.A.; Lambda
Kappa Phi; Girls’ League.
STEVE SPELLMAN: Swimming;
ESTELLE SPEROS: Sr. Class Treas.;
Student Senate; Sigma Beta Chi;
Adv. Girl’s Cho.; Madrigal; “Kiss
Me Kate,” “Flower Drum Song.”
TUCK STEPHENSON: Sr. Class
Pres.; Soph. Boy Rep.; Frosh Boy
Rep.; Twirp Candidate; Olympian
Candidate; Basketball; Varsity Golf;
Key Club; N.H.S.
GRETCHEN STERNBERG: Student
Senate; Girls’ League; D.E.C.A.
CLINT STIDHAM: Track; Band.
ED STRUBLE: Varsity Band; Student
Senate; Baseball; Junior Achieve-
ment; “Kiss Me Kate,” “Flower
STEVE SUGGS: Key Club Sec.
MARK SULLIVAN: Transfer-Brophy
SHIRLEY SURCENER: Biology Club;
RTUH SWAIN: Student Senate.
GEORGE E. TANGUY II: Bowling
Club; Transfer—West High.
JOAN TAYLOR: Quill and Scroll;
SUE TEAR: Jr. Class Council; Stu-
dent Senate; Girls’ League; Sigma
Beta Chi Pres.; A.F.S.; Varsity
BOB TELLIER: Varsity Baseball;
Varsity Basketball; Varsity Golf;
KEITH THIMPSON: Varsity Golf;
MARK THOMSON: Bowling Club.
CLEDE TOMLINSON: G.A.A.; Girls’
League; Pep Club.
JUDY TOPOLOSKY: Student Senate;
BILL TOY: Car dub.
TRUDIE TROUTMAN: Girls’ League;
G.A.A. Junior Achievement; Trans-
SHEILA TUCKER: Spanish Honor-
JAMES Van HOUTEN: N.H.S.; Mu-
GERRY Van REUSEN: Olympian
Staff; Varsity Basketball; Track;
JOHN VERBOUT: Student Senate;
Varsity Football; Track; Baseball;
LYNDA VERNER: Lettermcn’s Sweet-
heart; Varsity Cheerleader; G.A.A.
MIKE VIOTTI: Titan Band; Dance
Band; Band Lettermen.
HALLIE Von AMMON: Pep dub
Pres.; Thespians Sec.; Drama Club;
Art Club; Gold Medal Scholastic Art
CAROL WALLECK: Concert Choir;
Girl’s State; N.H.S.; A.F.S.; Fenc-
LEE WALLEY: G.A.A.; Pep dub;
Epsilon Chi Tri-Hi-Y; Transfer—
JANET WALMSLEY: Student Body
Recording Sec.; Twirp Queen;
Olympian Candidate; Delta Omega.
JIM WARE: Student Senate; Varsity
Basketball; Varsity Baseball.
PAT WEBBER: Bowling Club.
JEAN WEBER: Student Senate; Thes-
pians; A.F.S.; Drama Club; Fencing
Club; Make Up Crew for “Flower
JOHN WEIDEMANN: Car Club.
BARBARA WELCH: Pep Club.
CONNIE WELCH: Girls’ League;
Art Club; Transfer—Orinda Cali-
LINDA LEE WELLER: Girls’ League;
Sigma Beta Chi.
DAVE WERNER: Student Senate;
Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball;
Basketball; Lettermen’s Club.
AL WESOLOWSKI: Student Senate;
DAWN WHEELOCK: Student Senate;
Girls’ League; G.A.A.
ERIK WIDMARK: Varsity Track;
Varsity Football; Varsity Basketball;
Letlermen’s Club; Key Club; Titan
JOAN ALLISON WILCOX: Spanish
ALAN WILLIAMS: J.E.T.S.; Varsity
Track; Lettcrmen’s dub; Biology
FRED WILLIAMS: Varsity Track;
SHARON WILLIAMS: Thespians;
Drama Club; Biology dub; Pep
Club; Frosh Tennis.
CATHY WILSON: Student Body
Chaplain; Sr. Class Girl Rep.; Stu-
dent Senate; Chorale; Epsilon Chi
Tri-Hi-Y; Y Teens.
KATHY WILSON: A.F.S.; Epsilon
Chi Tri-Hi-Y; Transfer—Great Falls,
DENNIS WOLFF: Varsity Baseball;
Lettermen’s dub; Key Club.
RANDY WRIGHT: Student Body
Pres.; Soph. Class Pres.; Jr. Class
Pres.; Boys’ State; Boys’ Nation;
Anytown; Spanish Honorary; A.F.S.;
N.H.S.; Twirp Candidate; Olympian
Candidate; Key Club; “I Remember
Mamma,” “Jenny Kissed Me.”
SUSAN WRIGHT: G.A.A.; Cho.
GAIL ZENOBI: Girls’ League; Stu-
dent Senate; Delta Omega.
EDDRA ZIEGLER: Student Senate;
Girls’ League; Y-Teens.
FRANK ZISKA: Frosh Class Pres.;
Student Council; Student Senate;
Lettermen’s Club Pres.; Arcadian
Staff; Olympian Candidate; Delta
Darling; Varsity Track; Varsity
Football; Key Club.
DONNA LYNN ZWAANSTRA:
226Abbott, Phil—105. 1«. 199
Adam . Donald—75
Adam , James—75
Adam , Marilyn—10$. 163
Adam», Pf|ir—105, 168
Airola, Evi—105. 168
Akers. Barbara—75. 160
Albert. Samuel—75. 169, 172. 174
Ale . Bob-89
Alexander, Judy—31. 159
Allen. Lucy—105. 168
Allen. Marilyn—75. 159. 180
Allen. Mike—105, 128. 153. 166
Allum . Timothy—75. 160, 165.
Ambrose. Andy-8, 31. 152, 153.
Anair, Steve—89. 198
Anderaen. Dana—75. 163
Anderaon, Fred—89, 198
Anderaon, John—75. 160
Anderton, Kay—31, 149, 160,
Anderaon, Richard—89, 160
Andrew . Mike—105
Atwood. Judy—89. 166
Au tin, Roy—31
Au tln, Sid—89
Avanl, Le»lle-31. 153. 174, 175
Baar. Sam—31. 172
Babin ki. Allen—32. 177
Baccellia, Rory—105, 168
Baecellia. Terry—32. 177
Bahl . Robert—75
Bailey. Larry—105. 163
Bailey. Michael—166. 199
Baker, Bruce—32, 124
Baker. Darld—75. 160
Baker. Ron-89, t63. 198
Balliett. Doug—105. 166
Banburf, Steve-105. 117. 166.
Barclay. Linda—75. 166. 175
Barolet, Randy—105, 163
Barr. Ron—32. 201. 203. 201.
205. 216. 217
Bartolino, Jamie—10S. 168
Bartolino. Jeff—75. 172
Baltershell, Ed-32, 172
Batty. Marcia—75. 167
Bauer, Joan—32, 180
Baumann. Bill—75. 16«. 171. 220
Baumann, Peter—89, 220
Baylees, Don-89. 170
Beall. Karen-105, 168
Bean, Patricia—75. 175
Bean . Stephen—75
Bedenkop. Rick—75. 171, 191.
Belden. Betsy—105. 153. 164, 168
Belden, John—75, 161
Bellrngrr, Oscar—33, 160
Bennett, Kenneth—33, 171
Bergen, Kathleen—75, 161
Bernard, Bruce—89. 198
Bernard. Miml—105. 168
Berry. Mike-89, 198
Bethall. Shelley—105, 168
Bimson, Walter—10S. 199. 207
Birkhol . Bill—75. 171, 195, 209
Bisbee, Steve-75, 171, 193
Black. Carol—75. 157, 173. 182
Black. Cynthia—106. 163, 178
Black. John-171. 192, 214
Blakeley. Rick—33. 171, 214
Blanco. Grant—89. 163. 171, 205
Blatt, Amanda—89, 173
Bleyer, Jackie—33, 175
Blom, Betty—90. 159, 175, 181,
Blunda, Anthony—76, 157
Blyth, Nona—76. 132, 133. 179
Borselll, Greg—106, 166
Bortheim, James—90, 163
Borup. Diane—106, 168
Bottock. Frank—76. 198
Bottford. Judy—106, 182
Bottford, Susan—34, 182
Boudreau, Bonnie—34, 166, 175
Boyd. Casaie—90, 166
Boyd, Cherry—76, 173
Boyd, Steve—34. 177
Boyer, Marhy—90, 173
Boxeman. Beverly—106, 163
Bradley. Terri—76. 166. 183
Bramlett, Annette—34. 166
Brannan, Dawn—90, 103
Brewer. Cynthia—106, 168
Brooks, Doris—34, 167
Brown, Jeremy—35, 134
Brown, Michael—76. 171, 192
Brown, Randy—106. 207
Brown. Rick—76. 153
Brown. Roger—90. 153
Brown. Steve-9. 35. 171. 177
Brown. Steve—88. 90. 198
Brown, Tom—35. 160. 165. 169
Bruce. Kim-76. 153. 172
Bryan. Terry—35, 171
Bryan. Terry—35. 171
Buchlew, Greg—35. 171, 192
Buckley. Ll -106. 168
Buenger, Barbara—106, 117, 168
Buffman. Barry—90. 168
Bulinski. Ray—106. 166. 207
Burger, Sue—90, 166, 183
r ggy—W, 160, 164
Burns. Jamie—76, 164
Burns. Jamle—76. 164
Butter, Sandy—35, 176
Butcher, Jackie—106. 168
Butler. Dick—76. 171, 189. 205
Butler, Jim—106. 207
Butler, Larry—76, 170
Butler. Linda—90. 167
Butler. William Kirk—106
Button. Dale—36. 171. 208. 209
Buxton. Susie-106, 168
Cady. Mike—106, 166
Cahill. Mike—90. 198
Caldwell, John—36, 164
Calhoun, Bonnie—90, 166
Call. Condle—106, 199
Call. Michael—76. 160
Cameron. Nancy—36, 127, 175,
Cameron, Susan—36, 127, 153,
175. 178. 181, 182
Canfield. Bonnie—90. 167
Canter. Shelley—76. 175. 178, 180
Cardrw, Nancy—106, 153, 16«. 168
Carnahan. Crrald—106, 199, 207
Camith, Cissy—37. 130. 154
Carter. Charlle—106. 166. 199
Carter. Forrest—30. 37. 171, 215
Carter. Laurie-37, 154
Carvalhedo. Anna Maria—9, 37,
146, 175. 178. 181
Carver. Boh—76. 170
Case. Chuck—37. 149. 16«. 172,
Casey. Patrick—106, 166
Caster. Cindy—37. 132, 133, 156
Castleberry, Judy—76, 183
Caxel, Patricia—76. 165, 176
Chadderdon, Valeria—76, 160
Chaillie. Rene-106. 168
Chaillie, Suranne—37, 173
Chapman. Jack—37, 176
Chenhall. Don-76. 171, 189
Chenhall, Doris—106. 16«. 168
Chenhall. Ray—37. 161. 170
Chesley. Vickie—76. 167
Childers, Coette—37. 166
Christmas, France —76, 153
Cipriano, Harry—38. 177
Clark. Barbara—106. 168
Clark. Mark—76. 160
Clark, Sutanne—106. 168
Clark. Terry—38. 171
Close, Chris—107. 117. 168
Coar. Jackie—107. 168
Cole. Tom—38. 153. 170. 171,
203, 204. 217
Colling . Joe—38
Colton. Chuck—38. 125. 160. 165.
171, 189. 218
Conner. Judy—77. 125, 143
Conto . Gut—38
Cooley. Pam—91. 153
Cooley. Tom—77. 145. 170. 171,
186, 191. 194. 217
Copeland. Dorothy—107, 163
Coppock. Douglas—39. 149. 161,
Corbitt. Corinne—39, 160. 169
Cordry, Carolyn—91, 175
Corkhill, Bob—91. 153, 163
Coryell, Roger—77, 153
Craig. Steve—39. 129
Crampton, Edith—91, 165
Cranny. Mike—39. 160. 171
Cranny, Renee—107, 153
Croft. Linda—107. 164, 168
Cronthey. Donald—107, 153. 176
Crook. Letitia—107. 168
Curl. Sandra-91. 167
Dalessandro, Audrey—39. 180
Daley. Terri—107. 168
Daly. Karen-91. 221
Dal tell, Barbara—107. 168. 221
Dalxell. Betty—40. 221
Dambrova, Betty—91. 175
Danley, William-91. 209
D'Apurxo. Bill—«0. 176. 177
Davenport, Geoff—91Davidion, Jean—10, 166, 175, 181
Davi», Bobbie—8, 10. 110. 158.
Davit, Karen—40. 157, 173
Davi». Lynn—40. 149, 156, 172,
Davi», Margaret—77, 125
Davi». Sandy—91, 167
Dayton, David—107, 163, 199, 207
Drakin, Frank—10, 177
Drjohn, Sharon—107, 163
Drloian, Koaemary—10, 166, 183
Drnrke, Gloria—91, IW
De»chler, Tim—11. 171, 190, 208,
Dctmrr, Steve—91, 198
DcVaney, Jim—41, 172
Dcvcr. Daniel—77. 171, 177
Diat, Bonita—107, 168
Dibble. Pat—91. 167
DiCerbo, Mary—91, 167
Dick. Suwn-77, 182
Dickcr»on. Kaicn—91, 175
Dickey. Suwn-77, 153. 180
Dillow, Cheryl—107. 168
Dipley. Bill-91, 131, 198, 205,
Di Tim». Angela—77, 182
Di Tirro. Pal—41
Di Tirro. Tony—91. 198
Dit»on. Mia—77. 161, 164
Dole, Denni —77, 160
Donovan, Helen—92, 164
Dooty, Linda—107, 168
Dorfman, Debl—92, 167
Down», Tim—92. 160
Doyle. Cre»—77. 160. 170. 171.
Doyle. Vicki-92. 164
Drancy, Pamela—77. 144. 159
Duggan. Linda—77. 153, 173. 175.
178. 182. 183
Dujanovir, Kon—107. 217
Duncan, Janice—92, 167
Dunfee, John—92. 198
Dunn, Karen—77, 166
Dunning. Al—107, 199, 207
Dye ». Bob—107, 207
Eaton. Vickie—42. 167
Ebert, Bill—42. 177
Ecrol . Shirley—78
Edmundton, Peggy—78, 134, 161
Edward». Linda—78. 173, 183
Edward., Sam—92. 103. 198
Elkin». Larry—92. 161
Ell i». Steve—42. 172
Eltey. Jo Ellen—107
EI»on, Vickie—42. 179
Emery, Jame —108
Endicott. Joyce—108, 168
Engcbrctton, Pam—92, 158, 176,
Eriek»on, Karen—78, 161, 164,
E»ten»en. Mark-108, 199, 207
Evan», Bob—92. 167
Everhart, Daryl—78. 164
Evje, Sharon—108, 168
Faber. Bart—42. 176
Farrington, Karen—92. 167
Fawcett. Pam—108, 168
Felder. Colette-92. 172, 176
Felder, Harry—42. 66. 148, 149.
169. 172, 174
Fenton, Barbara—78, 166
Fenner, John—92, 164
Ferguton. Bill—30. 43. 152, 161,
170. 171. 192
Fergu»on, Stan—108, 163
Fielding, Steve—43. 177
Finch. Craig—108, 166
Fiorl, Gary—108, 199
Fischer, Peggy-92. 166
Fi.her, Jim-43. 165, 171, 219
Fi»»cl. Jame.—43. 171. 195
Flynn, Diane—108, 168
Flynn. Jack—78. 171, 195
Fondri.i, John-92. 198
Ford, Charle»—92, 206
Fo»ter, Janet—43. 176
Francke. Michel-92. 164
Frank. Cretchen—43, 152, 164,
Franklin. Wayne-108, 199
Frary. Craig-92. 198
Fraxier, Cary—108, 207
Freeman, Connie—43, 167, 182
Freeman. Karen—92. 164
Free»tone, Joyce—92, 182
Frectone, Nancy—43, 1S7, 181,
Freiburghaua, Georgia—92. 182,
Frci»». Jo Anne—78
Free, John-92. 198, 217
Calntner, Jame»—78, 161, 170,
171. 172, 219
Clabraith, Karl-92. 164
Gain, Midge-78, 161
Calwey, Kirk—108, 166
Calwey, Mike—78. 160
Camble, Fred—41, 160, 169
Carcia, Margaret—78, 181
Garrett. Dave—93, 220
Geiger, Patricia—44. 160, 169,
Centner, Brian—93. 198
Centry. PrUcilla—78. 167
George, Jay—78, 217
Ger»ten chlager. Stan—78. 160,
Get . Carol—78
Gibson, Corinnc—93, 153, 180
Gievel. Jim-93. 171. 209
Ciffin. Janice—4S. 166, 149
Girard. Dori —108. 168
Clatter. Charle —78. 164, 172
Goldie, Suxanne—108, 167
Cold.tein, E.ter—93. 166. 173
Cood. Coni—78. 173, 174
Coodrean. Patti—78. 1S9. 180
Goodpaature, Kim—78, 160, 165
Coodpa»ture, Robert—45. 160, 165
Grady, Sharon—104. 108, 152
Crant. l-and—45. 66. 121, 141,
171, 174, 189
Crant. Virginia—4S. 176, 182
Greene. Grovr— 79. 171, 188
Greer, Linda—93. 164
Grover. Rand»—108. 166. 207
Grubb». Debbie—79, 182
Gruber. Lewi»-108. 163
Cuffee, Gay-93, 164
Gullrdge, Brucr—45, 177
Cullickton, Bob-106, 199, 207
Gulnac, Donna—45- 176
Cuthrir. John—79. 170
Haag. Connie-93, 176
Haag. Philip—79. 169, 172
Hafleigh. Heather—45. 129, 153.
159. 173, 180
Hagrrty, Mike—46. 160
Hall. Bill—93. 164. 198
Hall. Janice-46. 149, 1S3
Hall, Terry-93, 167
Hamilton, Bruce—108, 163
Hammett, Vaunda—46, 69, 162
Hammond. Jo Anne—108
Hanan, Penny—93. 176
Hanrr, Johnny—79. 163
Haney. Chrit—93. 164
Haney. Jack—109, 166
Haney. Jan—46. 125, 16S. 183
Hanley. Mary—79. 153, 183
Hanlon. Dave—79. 85. 170
Hannon, Tom—109. 199
Hanoumi», Barbara—109, 165
llanten. Robin—47. 175
Hanitrin, Ronny—93, 117
Hapip. Charle»—79. 169, 172
Hardin. Ranrt—109. 173
Hardy, Jim-109, 199. 207
Harmann. Cary—79. 161. 171, 195
Harm», Rebecca-109. 168
Harm . Steve—93. 160
Harper, John—47, 171
Hart, Dick—93. 167
Haugeland, Carol—32, 47. 129. 149
1S6, 159. 172. 173. 174, 179
Hayden. Guy—79. 169, 172, 173
Hayden, Karen—47, 179
llelber. Sue—93. 164
Henry. Bob—79. 171. 218
Hemchen. Bob—93, 198
Heme, Bill-93. 160
Herringer, Jane—47, 167
lferinger, John-79, 171. 172
Herndon, Rick—79. 160, 161
Herrick. Tom—93. 160, 206
Hervey, Bob—93. 198, 209
Hiatt. Joanna—47. 149, 164
Hill. David—48. 66. 172. 174
Hill. Pam—109. 168
Hillebrand, Jim—48. 170. 171
Hiltabeck. Scott—48. 171
Hiner. Nick—79. 153, 160, 162.
Hirt. Beth Ann—109. 104. 153. 168
HIM. Sherry—48. 149. 167
Hitching . Bill—79. 171, 193.
201. 202. 205. 217
Hix. Jim-94. 198
Hobein. Pat-79. 175
Hodgdon. Sandy—79. 109, 106
Hodge . Bill—79. 153. 170. 218
Hodgaon, Glenda—109, 168
Hodgion, Steve—48. 171, 188,
190. 191. 192
Hoel, Lncinda—48. 180
228Hoffman, BUI—4«. I IB. 14». 14,
Hoffman. I.ynn—10». 164. 168
Hogan, Cheryl-». 4». 175, 178,
Holhert, Myra—49. 166
Holdridge. Kathleen—94, 183. 221
Holland. Judy—I», 161
Holm, I on—I»
Holme , David—10»
Holmes, Tom—19. 153. 173
llooten, Dave—109, 166
Hopkins. Mark—19. 66. 172
Hough, Jeannette—4», 175
Houll. Kit-109. 160
Hoyt. Tim—79. 167
Hueh. Bill—104, 109, 152, 199
Huey. Steve—109, 166. 199
Hughes, Ray-91. 161. 198
Hughe . Sherry—91
Hunt. Randolph—109, 166
Huntington, Judy—110, 127,
143. 168, 178
Huntigntnn. Sandra—79, 179
Hut h, Judith—50
Huvelle. Jeanne—79, 126, 153,
158, 175. 181
Hyland. Barry—79. 157
Isaac . Dewey—50
Isbell. Jo»—110. 199. 207
Isbell, Nancy—80, 175
James. Chuck—80. 170. 190
Jason. Jane—110. 164. 168
Johansen. Susan—91. 167
Johnson, Barbara—110, 168
Johnson. Becky—80. 154. 173, 180
Johnson. Betty—80. 173
Johnson. Bill—50. 171
Johnson, Bruce—50. 128
Johnson, Jan—110, 168
Johnson. Lynda—50. 149, 174, 175
Johnson, Mary Sue—94, 166
Johnson. Mike-50, 110, 171. 220
Johnson. Ron—SO. 171. 187
Johnson. Susan—80. 161
Jone . Carolyn—50, 153. 175
Jone . Cynthia—110. 168
Jones. Debbie—94. 166
Jong . Jean-94. 166. 175, 173
Jone . Mike—94
Jone . Shirley—80
Jone . Tibby—74. 80. 130. 144.
152. 174. 175, 178. 180
Jorgenson, Becky—94, 181
Jorgenson. Karen—80, 221
Juddy. Paula—HO. 168
J uster, Bob-80. 161
Kalupa. Donna—110, 168
Kaminska . Nancy—94
Kamstra, Pete—110, 166
Karis. Andrea—110, 168
Katarski, Edward—94. 198
Kaufman, Linda—51, 176
Kaufmann, Anne—110, 168
Kautenberger. Debbie—94, 163.
Keen. Pamela—51. 161. 181
Keeton. Vince—51. 171, 191, 194
Keller. Kay—110. 182
Kelley. Chria-110. 168
Kennedy. Jill—51. 149. 160,
169, 174, 175. 182
Kennedy, Terry—110, 163, 199,
Kepner. Pam—95, 125
Kildow. Marcia—95. 164
Kinehloe. Pam—110. 168
Kln le, Donn—80. 205
Klrchcr, Karen-95. 153. 167.
Kircher. Pam—104, 110, 153.
Kirk. Danny—9S. 164
Kite. Roy—110. 199
Klein, Deidre—80. 175
Kleinr, Linda—52. 183
Kline. Cary—95. 163
Kline, Donna—110. 168
Knaeksteelt, Saunda—52, 166, 178
Knight. Claudia—110. 168
Knight. Pamela—52. 166. 180
Knight. Ronald-95. 167
Koeour. Mary Jane—88, 95. 181
Koernrr, Scott—52. 171, 209
Komadino. Craig—95. 171, 209
Krahrnbuhl, Linda—52. 163. 166
Krahulec, Ken-95. 163
Krain, Sophia—80. 164
Krebs, Karen—80, 166, 181
Krewson, Dick—95, 163
Kron. Cary-80. 145, 170, 171.
186. 187. 189. 217
Kuchler, Linda—52, 176
Kumm. Keith-95, 16S
Kyff. Cheryl—53. 174, 180
Lacy. Corden—S3, 176
I .add. Darnel—53
Lally. Judy-95. 167
Lally. Michelle—111, 168
Laman. Rill—53. 177
Lambert, Nancy—9S. S3. 153
luimson. 1-aurir—95. 175, 181
Lamson. Nancy -S3. 167, 175, 176,
Landefeld, Randy 95. 167
Landry, l-aurie— 95
Uitgtton. Brian—88, 95. 152, 153.
Lamer. Tina-81. 158
Larabell, Diane—111, 168
Larson. Janet—111, 168
I,ar on, Jeffrey 95, 170, 198
Larson, Kathy—81. 153, 169
Lautcn, Greg—S3. 149. 218
Lawton, Brenda—111, 168
Learned. Bill-96. 164
Lcatzow, Bob—96, 198. 205
Lederman. Barbara—111, 163
Lrdriman. Cindy—111, 168
Lee. Colleen-95, 167
Lee, Jonathan—S3, 163
Lee. Judson—96. 198. 206
Lersman, Larry—96, 206
Lefcbre. Dennis—54. 160. 171
Lciningrr, Karla—96. 176
Levine, Judy—96, 173
Likens, Marilyn—96. 167
Liltmara, Sharon—88, 96, 116,
125. 161. 178
Lindner. Peggy—111, 164, 168. 221
Lindstrom, April—111, 168
l.indstrom, Jacquelyn—8, 30, 54,
140. 159. 180
Lindstrom. Susan—54, 175
Liska. Sally—54, 175
Lockett, Richard—54. 172
Lombard. Linda—111, 168. 221
Loper. Mike—54. 141, 171. 190,
Love, Diane—96, 167
Lowe, Ronnie—55. 177
Lundren, Jim—111. 163
Lundgren, Linda—111. 168
I.upton, Rusty—81, 171, 220
Lu . Dave—111. 199
l.yflMgt. Rickey-96. 167
Lyncb, Andrea—55, 153
Lytle. Jell—HI. 207
MacDonald. Dougla -5S. 205. 218
McAlister, Cary—111. 199, 207
MrClura, Laura—160, 165. 169.
McCuUar. Jennifer—HI. 168
MeCuskrr, Claudia—111, 168
McCusker, Linda—96, 166
McMahon, William—112. 207
McMullin. Judy—96. 127, 129,
143. 153. 175. 178. 181, 182
McMullin. Peggy—55. 127, 142,
157, 178. 181
McNamara. Mary—55. 132, 133
McNamara. Mike—55. 152, 169,
McNulty, Alan-96. 160
McNulty, David—SS. 161. 165.
McPherson, Dick—5, 56
Machin, Penal—96, 131
Madland. Paul—112. 166
Magill, Stephen—81, 176
Mabel, Mike—56. 176
Margolin. Richard—56. 171. 218
Markham. Billy—96. 206
Markow. Cayle—56. 155, 173
Mark . Jim-104. 112. 152
Maroncy, Suil—81, 159
Marshall, Vance—112. 167, 117.
Marshall, Warner—74, 81, 161,
Mason, Deborah—96, 164. 175. 182
Mattingly, George—81, 171. 191.
209. 211, 217
May. Dave—56. 66. 149. 161,
169. 171. 173. 179
May, John—96, 167
Mayer, Robert—112, 163
Mehagian, Nancy—57, 176
Mclandcr, Laurie—81, 166
Mcndola, Frank—57, 164, 169,
Mereier. Jlm-57, 170. 171, 187
Merrill. Dell—S7. 209
Mcsaec. Phillip—57, 176
Metcalfe, Robert—80. 81, 173
Mcndcll, Marcia—112, 221
Meyer , Jo Ann—81
Miller. Barry—112. 153
Miller. David—57, 213
Miller. Gall-97. 167
Miller. Jim—65. 81. 160. 161. 169
Miller. Joe—157. 170. 173
Miller. Judy—57. 166
Miller. Leslie—112, 164. 168
Miller. Michael—'97. 155
Miller. Robert Dale—97
Miller. Steve-58. 171. 191. 193.
Miller. Sumo—81. 181
Milled. Mark-97. 164
Milligan. Betty—97. 167
Mina, Lou Ur—97
Mitchell, Connie—97. 16S
Mitchell. Judy-97. 175
Mitchell. Steve—81. 176
Moerbe, Jim—112. 166
Mohr. Wesley—58. 171, 218
Monie, Robert-58. 171. 174.
Monie. Wayne—81. 160. 169
Monron, Michael-97. 167
Monteaano, Mark—97. 206
Montgomery, LaDeanne—S8, 181,
Moore. Ken—97. 177
Moore. Rory-82, 171
Moor . Vickie—58. 167
Morari. Kathy—112, 168
Morfitt. Brad—6. 58. 171. 212.
Morlilt, Keith—112. 199
Morgan. Melanie-82. 158, 161,
175. 178, 181
Mortal», Patty—112. 164, 168
Mom. John—58. 177
Mott. Rhonda—97. 167
Mower. Nancy-82. 97. 167
Mundy. Melanie—97. 167, 175
Murphy, Debbie—97, 164
Myers, Trudy—97. 16«
Myrick. Ted—97. 164
Naar, Dawn—82. 173, 178
Naim, Gretchen—97, 153, 163,
Nalder, Sherry—59. 157, 173, 179
Nalder, Suaan—112. 168
Nauman. Nina—59. 149. 153. 172,
Naumctx, FriU—112 •
Neerlemer, Elberta—59, 176
Nelson, Jeanne-97, 166
Neslage. Craig-82. 153. 171. 170.
Neugcbauer, Debl—112, 221
Neville. Robert—82. 160
Nicholson, Nick—59. 66. 155. 169.
171. 173. 174, 220
Nickiforuk. Bill—98. 167
Northrop. Cindy—98, 182
Norris. Kay—59. 181
O'Bcirne, Helen— 59. 165
Oboikobiti, Lyon—82. 181
O'Brien, Alice-82. 164
O'Brien. Helen—112. 168
O'Connor. Jiro-82. 171
Oden, Randy—61. 171
Ogden. JoAnn—112. 165
Ohms, Sharon—61, 167
Olden, Larry—61. 66. 148, 149.
Olden. Robert—82. 173, 174
Oldham. David—9«. 198
Oliver, Patricia—61, 166
Oliver. Ruth—16». 112, 153. 168
Olsen. Gene—81. 177
Olson. Tom—98. 218
Oonk, Toni—82. 181
Orr. Peter-61. 202. 203. 204,
Orth. Steve-61. 171. 188. 194
Ostalf, John—98. 206
Ostermeyer, Carole—82, 166
Owen. Mark-98, 160
Padilla. Richard—112. 199
Padovani. Jill—112. 164, 168
Palmer. Abby—82. 130, 155. 173,
Parent, Evonnr—82. 167
Parka, JoAnn—98. 166
Payne. Pat—60. 171, 21S
Payne. Rodger—113, 166
Pea. Bill—98. 198
Pebler, Judie—60. 166
Perl. Ronnie—98. 177
Peter», Haven—62, 133
Petersen. Phil—133. 166
Peyou, Mike—113, 166
Peyou. Tony—82. 171, 19». 209.
Phillip . Barbara—62
Pickett. Roger—98. 198
Pierce, Greg—82. 198
Pierce. Marsha—98, 167
Pierce. Ruth-62, 166
Pihl. Craig—113, 199
Plotkin, Larry-82. 171, 19»
Plod, Dorothy—113, 168
Plod. Jean-98. 166. 175
Post. Gayle—62. 149
Potter. Craig—83. 171
Powell. Marvin—113, 163
Pratt, Mike—113. 117, 153
Pratt. Susan-62. 180
Ptak. Jell—88. 99. 152. 170, 171,
Ptak. Laurie—8, 62. 122, 138, 140,
147, 159. 170. 174, 180
Quinn. Bill-62. 160. 165
Ragland. Jim—113. 207
Ragland. Julie—83. 175, 180
Ralston, Bill-83, 170, 171, 193,
Ranby, John—62. 169, 71, 173
Raymond. Ray—113, 166
Raymond. Vickie—99. 167
Reid, Karen—63. 66
Reimold, Nancy—113, 16». 168
Repp. Pete—63. 122. 141, 170. 171,
Rex. Mikf—99. 171, 212. 215
Reyman, Kerry—113, 168
Rhoades. Robert—99. 198
Richardson. John—99, 198
Richmond. Clorla-63. 167
Rippstein. Wanda—83, 160, 182
Robb. Lynn—63. 166
Rohcrson, Janis—63, 1S7
Roberts. Gail—99. 167. 175
Roberts, I-aurcn—83. 162. 16S
Robinette. Steve-63, 171
Rocker, Mary Jane—63
Roegner. Marcia—83, 166
Rogers. Bill-99. 16»
Rohmer. John—216. 217
Romney, Howard—99. 16»
Romney. Norman—113. 166
Romney. Dick—64. 211
Rondeau, James—208, 209
Rondeau, Nancy—99, IS8, 16»
Hooker. Cal—83. 160. 217
Rooker. Debbie—113. 168
Roop. Joe Ann—113. 168
Roper. Sue—56. 6». 127. 142. 148,
Rose. Barbara—83. 173
Roae. Jim—99. 19«
Rose. Kathleen—64. 153. 175
Roaa. Joel—113. 163
Ross. Sandy—113, 16». 168
Roat, Anne—99. 17S
Kothweiler, Tom—6». 16». 176
Rouse. Jan—113, 16«. 168
Rouse. Kay—6». 163
Rummsge. Tins—99. 167
Rummage, Judie—6. 6». 180
Runge, Martin—99. 206
Runge. Walter—6». 167. 171, 218
Rush. Linda-83. 167
St. 'Clair. Nancy—67. 160. 162.
St. Thomas. Loretta—100. 166
St. Thomas. Mary-68. 179
Salisbury. Laurie—»9, 6», 132,
133. 138, 158. 180
Salmi. Neil-64. 160. 165, 169
Salxman, Harry—65, 176
Sandberg. John—83. 130
Sarns. Rick—113. 199
Sarten. Kathy—99. 163
Savale, Rick—99. 198, 206
Schcerer. Barbara—113, 168
Schcitiin. Doug—113. 166
Schcltlin, Kenney—99. 167. 198
Scheldler, Davr—65. 171
Schmitt. Susan—83. 87, 153
Schllellcr, Janet—99. 167
Schult . Carol!—114, 168
Schult . Laurie—83
Schuring. Lynne—99. 164
Schwan, Jo—SO, 65. 180
Schwarts, Donald—114. 166
Scranton. Linda—8. 65
Scruggs. Lisan—114. 168
Sedgwick. Phillip—83. 205
Seeley. Linda—99. 125
Seller. Cary—114. 166
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NTo the student body:
Now, as the final deadline is behind me, I would like to express my sincerest thanks
to everyone who helped make possible the 1965 OLYMPIAN. There are many small jobs
done by various people that are vital for a complete yearbook. The ladies in the adminis-
tration office deserve recognition for their patience with leave permits and call slips.
Thanks to the coaches who gave so much of their valuable time for accurate sports cover-
age, and to the teachers who endured the inconvenience of picture taking and class inter-
ruption. To one very special teacher, Mr. Richard Turner, yearbook sponsor, goes the
largest “thank you” of all; thank you for the many extra hours of work you devoted to
make sure the 1965 OLYMPIAN was the best ever, thank you for the 101 helpful sug-
gestions regarding the yearbook, but most of all thank you for putting up with a some-
times impossible staff. My thanks to Mr. Milton Bean, publishing company representa-
tive, who was always ready with the answers to our questions, to Bob Wilcox Studios
for the excellent job done on senior and royalty pictures, and to Kamera Korner, for
the printing of our pictures. Very special thank yous to Nick Nicholson, staff photog-
rapher; Cissy Carruth and Laurie Carter, faculty and senior class co-editors; Cindy
Thurston, underclass editor; Abby Palmer, activities editor; Gayle Markow, honors and
organizations editor; Heather Hafleigh, sports editor; and to Becky Ehrsam, who
joined the staff second semester. Thanks to Carolyn Cordray, Frank Ziska, and Mike
Baney for their aid, even though they are not members of the staff. The entire ARCA-
DIAN staff deserves many thanks for the publicity for the OLYMPIAN and for main-
taining peaceful coexistence in a sometimes crowded journalism room. The 1965
OLYMPIAN is a joint project of many and I hope it will be something you are proud
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