Arizona Academy - Cactilode Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

 - Class of 1951

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U55 cqiaoaiafacf cgwfucfznf Banff! glcoucffiy glzsaanfa Vw 'J wfodi of '51 J-9-f",Qf I L Xxu 'Q I 91 I-1 vw, j, fr M2 7 X 'XX 5 , I' X X x igfffiif U55 gouzfg cqmzuaf fcfifion of fgs czcfifocfs f' A-f + -2 ferr, 1,1 ...., Page two ,fir f ' la: N !!!!!!!sll ,, 2:!l!!llllll-, ,- . 1 P N ' 1- ll my A' is Qscllvoof :Sgr gi l l O l f xl IE S. N A C li J ' - vl. ' b fi! ' Fnins ' i ! 'fa f .fan 1 !l I-5:5521 we gage, ' - 'agar - e Y ' lil I E Q- A - - Tl 'Le ila 1' l J i The emblem of our school is a true representation of its pur poses. Throu h our cl 'l l ' g 31 y essons we learn to use our talents 1n service for our Master and King. Under the guidance of Christian teachers Arizona Academy is truly the school that trains for life. , f, f. +.r.,.,Qe,,-, Y Y- 2--:A---255-ah.ail-H .Y ,-., . W , : gr- .W-. ,,7,q,..,w1..e,,....-af:-:cuff ' lecbca fion t In appreciation for his cheerful smile, his inspiring Christian example, and his pleasant, helpful counsel, the Associated Student Body of the Arizona Academy dedicates this, the fourth edition of the CACTILODE, to our principal, Mr. George E. Smith. Page three .f i , Q M- . wp-3-A x ue wb W,---...N ,.., ,... , .. J -fw.-it-.1-M-wazmmrfv ' ,f 4 ' - . ff ' f, 4 a 6. 3 Q, 1" 'L-1 - U Y ., , ! l:zf'fif2'w2::I.1mf1.f,1gfftQ y . ,, 111' ,f ' ., .-.fafffl , , -4 . 3, -w 33.4.:':1,.ffq:f:fm.14.v 4 4 , , gg :gs , of gg' f i , ef f X I :L L .LZ I A gi . e Q -vim- , u - -4:51 W 11 ' . . -. i' 4. 4 f 1 ,V - K K- S -5 - I ,gf-- Vi 15 ,- ,,.,, ,,.,.,-.,,1,,7 .,., ,...,,,, ,.,,, ,.,,,.,,7-,..,., ' ,, . I.-,-,.f,...aaef'f.f,4,m.,...f,,,..,.,..s..,aerr.,. I, s 7 rincilaaffi efmage The reader may be unable to grasp the mingled feelings of joy and sorrow in the word "farewell" that is passed on to the Seniors at this time. We do not bid you adieu as you leave these academic halls never to return, but we send you forth with a challenge to conquer the wider horizons beyond. My sincere desire for you, Senior Class of '51 5 is that you will neveraforget the valuable lessons learned while at the Arizona Acaclemyg that you will continue to grow mentally and spirituallyg that your aim, "We are not finished but just beginning," will spur you on to the realization of your hopes and aspirations. To those students that shall return, I extend a warm handclasp. The success that has been yours will remain yours only as you continue the pursuit of your educational ideals. May I extend a most hearty welcome to those who will be entering our doors for the first time to become a part of this school family. There are new and pleasant experiences in store for you, and you will agree along with us that you have chosen for your school one of the Hnest in the Pacific Union. Page fwe Page six l V. KENNETH IULEP., BA GEORGE SMITH, QPacific Union CollegeD CPacif-ic Union Collegej Treasurer Principal Mechanical Drawing Bible VV oodworkin g GCN, f MARY Lou DURNLNG, A.B. MAX WILLIAMS B.A. CWashington Missionfiry Collegej cpaciac Union Coilege Dean Girls Texas Christian Universityj TB! , e Dean of Boys ypmg Bible LUCILE I-IASKIN, B.R.E. CAtlantic Union College New York Universityl Librarian History English DELIGHT CLAPP, A.B. CAtlantic Union College Catholic Universityj Registrar Science Mathematics ,. f C ' 1 X , ,. , 'L"'a61, --5---....-...L-,.TV...L..., .,,Y Y .. -,... Vin.. T i NOEL SHELTON, A.A. , MARGARET BAZE, Mus. Sup. Cert. CSouthwestern Junior College Cunivetsity of Colorado North Texas State CollegeD Walla Walla College, Instruments Piano Voice f - Conducting Theory o Music ff - ESTHER ALBERRO, Bachiller CRiver Plate Iunior College, Argentina CQEAQIEFQOQES Colegio Nacional, Argentinaj Matron Spanish Baking ELLA MAB HAH-rmanv B.A , . SYLVIA SUB SHBLTON CUnion Collegej CSouthwestem Junior Co11egeD English Study Hall Supervisor Home Economics , Secretary to Principal Page seven GEORGE CRUMLEY President Phoenix, Arizona ASB President Advertising Manager, CAc'rrLoDB Sergeant at Arms, junior Class Ambition: Agriculturalist PHYLLIS CARTER Secretary Glendale, Arizona President, Filles du Roi Circulation Manager, CACTILODE Ambition: Surgical Nurse Page eight eniom BILLIE PHYLL1s Rem Treasurer Las Cruces, New Mexico President, Filles du Roi ASB Secretary Superintendent, Sabbath School Secretary, M.V. Ambition: Music Instructor EVALINDA voN POHLE Pastor Tempe, Arizona Copy Editor, CACTILODE Prayer Band Leader Ambition: Elementary Education Bsssns Lucius RHODES Vice-President Cottonwood, Arizona President, Catena Clementia ASB Secretary Picture Editor, CAc'nr.onR Secretary, Sabbath School Ambition: Secretary JOHN KUYKENDALL Sergeant at Arms Young, Arizona Treasurer, Y.M.R.C. Prayer Band Leader Ambition: Rancher JERRY DON Cox Downey, California President, Y.M.R.C. ASB Sergeant at Arms Superintendent, Sabbath School Sergeant at Arms, Y.M.R.C. Ambition: X-ray Technician , .gf .axy g - e,.7':' w1 ,,: ,i,: "'5 v 4237? BARBARA LEA BuRD1NE Yucaipa, California Secretary, Junior Class Makeup Editor, CACTILODE ASB Secretary President, Bykota Club Ambition: Home Economics J 6, f.: ,af . , .N , ,sv ,, ' 1 i'f'rJ, " 'Nat M., - . . 'M !,,l , :,. EDSON RAY BREWER Loma Linda, California Ambition: X-ray Technician LYNN MARIE BAZE Dove Creek, Colorado Vice-President, Junior Class Typist, Cactus Clarion Snapshot Editor, CAOTILODE ASB Parliamentarian Pianist, Filles du Roi Ambition: Surgical Nurse LA VON JOHNSON CAHOLYN IMBERTSON Los Angeles, California Treasurer, Catena Clementia Superintendent, Sabbath School Secretary, Sabbath School Religious Secretary, Catena Clementia Ambition: Secretary Ketchikan Alaska Ambition Nurse WWW A M14 ootalimisliednibutg Beginning , Motto: Today iskthe Key of Tomorrow ALFRED Ross Phoenix, .Arizona . lst Sgr., Medical Cadet Corps Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer 'Wit' MARY LYNN Osooon Highland Park, California M.V. Secretary Secretary, Catena Clementia Treasurer, Catena Clementia Associate Picture Editor, CACTILODE Ambition: Elementary Education GEORGE OWENS Riverside, California Chorister, Sabbath School Sergeant at Arms, Y.lVl.R.C. Ambition: X-ray Technician HELEN STUMP Phoenix, Arizona ASB President ASB Secretary Treasurer, Junior Class Secretary, Filles du Roi Editor, CACTILODE Ambition: Surgical Nurse Class Colors: Scarlet and White JABEZ REEVES Tucson, Arizona Editor, Cactus Clarion ,- ASB Treasurer Ambition: Teacher 'A Sponsor: G. E. Smith 5-M. ...r A- ,,., ,. f,,,,,,,.- pta -X -:mu AA.: ,lk 4..1.,. :W - ----Ah -- 4- - THERESA SEGUIN Porterville, California ASB Parliamenrarian President, Catena Clementia Associate Editor, Cactus Clarion Superintendent, Sabbath School M.V. Pianist Ambition: Home Economics Class Flower: Carnation ..L...4L..'., Q' President LINDLEY R. MARTIN II Tucson, Arizona' Vice-President STERLING Rvisnsoiv Phoenix, Arizona Lois CuENowrrH Beaumont, California ,.a--, ALICE BLACKWELL Phoenix, Arizona ROBERTA BARN!-iunsi' Phoenix, Arizona Secretary RAMONA TAYLOR Oklahoma City, Oklahoma , w X . 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DONNAN York, Pennsylvania LAVELL Folw Clifton, Arizona Domus IOHANSEN Tucson, Arizona Motto: Christ our Anchor A T A.-wart ,.,..,,,,,,, ',.... fr if 0 EuMoNu Pi-uL1.1Ps MAME WAHLMAN Phoenix, Arizona Cunfoixo WILLIAMS Bonita, Arizona 'WW Milf MARTA Ross Dono-rr-:Y RAsMussizN Miami, Oklahoma Amarillo, Texas Phoenix, Arizona CLrFFonD STURGES Yuma, Arizona My ,.., iw., Aucs SABC Phoenix, Arizona WESLEY VVRISTEN Phoenix, Arizona I- ,.,'-? 'QWMWQYYK Euan NE You NG Phoenix, Arizona Colors: Blue and Golcl Flower: Gold J... .A Sponsor: Mr. Noel Shelton Rose v 1 lj. ' . IJ i ff 5 'wa '34 x.1A. ,WV, . if? f ':,.w" aux ,s::,.- -' . , vi 5 , -0 fag ' 99 , f rf . Mis., T .5 ' 4, , li I , as . . , 2 1:21, . A C. - ,w ff, f P :e l y wg-,ef fx .ff , f-Lf. 52 p f .i I: . , .I hx J' 4' r Q ' 0 ne , J i as fe ff A ,, 4 rea I 1 1 5,4 V , .Q,af5:..fca ., 9. 5,-4 . V. :mr 5 " ::eSS- Qi ' 34' , . It? 2: y R5 .5 ,. 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LYNN BAZE LELAND NV1Lr.1AMs STERLING RYERSON GEORGE CRUMLEY MARIE WAHLMAN . PHYLLIS CARTER . NORMA ELDRIDGE . LUCILE I-IASKIN GEORGE SMITH jux- ..!4C't16!el'l'ly Page? gdndrf These bands, conducted every Wednes- day during the chapel period, are one of the best character builders offered by our school. Leaders: L. Williams, Ryerson, Martin, Stump, Gentry, Baze, Tumer, Buttram, S. Mundall. Seated: Bailey, Burdine, Eldridge, M. Wahlman, von Pohle. Scdoof The Youth's Division of the Phoenix Central Sabbath School meets in the Arizona Academy Chapel. Ofhcers are nominated each semester by a committee and elected by the students. Officers: Burdine, S. Mundall, Ross, L. Williams, Rhodes, Kruft, Eldridge, Gentry, Stump, Phillips, Chenowith, Martin, Gillespie. Seated: Bailey, Johansen, Field, Reid, Imbertson, J. Mundall. iaaionary Uofunfeer ociefy Excellent Gflicers, Inspirational Programs, Missionary Activities Offjeersz Feyerabend, L. VVilliams, Reeves, C. Williams, Ryerson, Buttram, P V S- -Mundall, Baze. Sealed: Burdine, Johansen, Eldridge, Reid, Chenowith. age Seventeen x 'T -.. gn Q. t ai if' ' L21 5 , .M 3 .Nr .,-. je-. -f tl k H Ap, 9- ' fn' ...- . rt. Lx I'-1""... I Top left. Stanley Mundall leams the technicalities of trumpet playing. Top right. Mrs. Baze checks the memory of Norma Eldridge as she plays "The Butterfly." TI-IE GIRLS' TRIO: Billie Reid, Ramona Taylor, Barbara Burdine. THE MELLOTGNE CHOIR, under the direction of Mr. Noel Shelton, renders many beautiful selections. Not really vain repetition of the same note, just a lesson in piano theory. Nona Bailey represents the 'three theory classes taught by Mrs. Margaret Baze. Sie uaic Music appreciation and eparfnzent conducting. "Make that tone round," Mr. Shelton instincts Joann Dot- son. .fsesj Yffl .ff Academy Band The A Cappella Choir Page nineteen 0I"l'l'L In the private coziness of their own room, Nona Bailey and Joann Dotson End time to write letters, study, or just talk over , X it Xrq- the events of the clay. it With Jesus as their theme, in the Peace ancl quiet of the morning and evening, the girls with their dean are given the oppor- tunity to come apart from the busy activ- ities of the clay and learn how to serve Him better. It's time to relax. If ou can l ' t t . . y P ay an ms rumen ' sew' Cookf tell Miss Durnmg, the girls' dean, keeps the dormitory stories, or just be cheerful, you are welcome in the girls' kitchenette. running smoothly with the bel of The S , p resa egum. ik "Three's a crowd," so the saying goes, but jay Reeves, Jerry Cox, and Rousie Martin find rooming 'together lots of fun. A place to read, meditate, listen to good music, and to have interesting conversa- tions is the North Hall parlor. Mr. Williams finds Carolyn Imbertson a very efli- cient secretary in his dormitory work. lA..i..4Ls:..-..L. t. iz. n -'.n. ,, A good game of ping-pong, testing your ability to lift weights, or just a good "gala session": These are memories from the boys' recreation room. CATENA CLEMENTIA OfHcers of the girls' dormitory club ' TEACHERS OF TOMORROW YOUNG MEN's RECREATIONAL CLUB OHicers of the, boys' dormitory club 1 4 Members of the Ellen Fattebert Chapter SPEECH FILLES DU R01 Oflicers of the English III organization OHicers of the village girls' club Which will it be for you, a loaf of fresh bread, a cherry pie, or a choco- late cake? The baking students learn to make all these and other pastries under the supervision of Miss Riter. The classification of animals, what make leaves green, the benehts of crop rotation and many other topics are taught and ex plained by Miss Clapp in Biology. "Every body in the universe attracts every other body with a force that is directly proportional . . ." This is a familiar law to every physics stu- dent, and only one of the many learned in this practical course. Page twenty-three i All the students recognize the study hall as a place to study and do research work and not the place to talk and play. Mrs. Shel- ton is the full-time supervisor. .sfk -,-,---sill? ul-lable usted Espanol?" If you can't now, you probably could after a year of Spanish under Mrs. Alberro, the efficient Spanish instructor at the Ari- zona Academy. 5. "If x+y:a-l-lo . . ." This is the familiar beginning of many problems in algebra, a freshman mathematics class taught by Miss Clapp. Many famous names such as Alexander, Napoleon, and Hitler are brought to mind as students study world history under Miss Haskin. Here are learned the background historical facts so essen- tial to a proper understanding of Bible prophecy. Learning the processes of our govern- ment and how to be a better citizen is the object of the American Government class. It is made more interesting by visits to the State legislature, the city hall and the Federal court. "Be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you . . ." It is for this purpose that the students and Mr. Smith study together daily in the Bible Doctrines class. Maybe these students are future secretaries in the making. Who knows? Miss Duming is the capable typing instructor. ln the sewing class taught by Mrs. I-Iartlein, girls learn more than just how to sew. They leam how to buy materials and clothing and, then, how to take care of their wardrobes. They are taught just which styles and colors are most suitable to .their individual types. 'WU Under the supervision of Mr. -Iuler these boys are taught to use their hands more efficiently. Some of the things made this year are kayaks, lamps, and small tables. During the first semester the boys were taught mechanical drawing. In Mrs. E. G. White's writings there are answers to the many problems that perplex the youth of today. Under the guidance of Mr. Williams the answers to many questions are found and many problems are solved in the Youth's Problem class. :Www N 1521 xi Q qggg iz, ..U,.., Q 1, n .3 gfpr if , , rx ' 'MV 4 CK 4, .- .f,, I as if XL: 5, 42-J' HELEN Zia FIRST SEMESTER STUMP President: Helen Stump Vice-President: Sterling Ryerson Secretary: Bessie Lou Rhodes Treasurer: Jabez Reeves Parliamentarian: Theresa Seguin Un Absential Pastor: C. Gentry daocia fee! Sf First Semester Officers 'N L0 , N .-o- '1 , in LL SECOND SEMESTER GEORGE CRUMLEY Preszdcnt Cwrge Crumley l :ce President: Rousie Martin Secretary Billy Reid Treamrer Phyllis Carter Parlmmenbarzan: Edmond Phillips Pastor Norma Eldridge ,"'f:5Q,fQf F137 z' '73 ll. M. f. if ,. If hw! - he 2' W ,L W1 vm W , '-ff" , 'MK M nz. W f -. iv? . V lf--'mi' ,, .-If 'sp GV Q C 'C ,dv ,i-4 wig, V ,4.,...,,, . . :ii sief11iffi,gf 1 - v . , i - A 1 I -.-11311 .,".-'M u Many happy, healthful hours of fun are spent on the skating rink. Never mind the spillsg it takes practice to become perfect. ' if . .9 -:gi l if ,ff A, . I 1" ' V l ,Q ,, ' '-Isl. UATTENTIONV' The Medical Cadet Corps is offered in order to train our young men to be of greater service to our country in case of war. The mascot is Melvin Jones, son of Captain Norman Jones. It's a strike-out, with Jimmy Muld ner at the hat. The art of true sports manship is leamed as well as the practice of helpful exercises in the class of physical education. "Where's that hall?" Under the direction of Miss Duming the girls learn muscle co-ordmatlon 1n their physical education class as wqm.,-9. , V., a,.,r,,, F532 ,5jQ.,A,,,-ss.-,4,,,,k,,,,,Z sf., ,gg V .Vw mv., ,. , ,,,-t.am.o?2.y-s,ffas,.: if- -Q mf--.W - , 'Kwan 1-rg V ' ,,, r " A " ew 1.:-,xgf Q - f Q f ,.4f?gw?E.af-532,,, , -,2.'f, ,',i::5. , - , if 5 . . ' '- :-fy.1f,,w,:,i s -L -V' JW 3' 'sk.j'j.. ,, YW QM- -' 4 ' ' vi aw, v-fzlfrfas if-w1', f 2- 1-V - 4 it my L, ' :fflw "Y K -f 1: :A M Y e f . 'i "S SW , ' Y F i' ff, ' ' Y 1-,M ies " iiZf:l:"'Q1J ,, 6 , ,, , .,,.,,. ,, . ,Q , ,. ,, ., .svn , s,..,.MX 9 1 , - . . .V . .' V 'v'vfw'G2:'J' 'ri 'ksfz-25527:-'fvL ,f V.-if ef, . ,sf ' 5. ,- "I, 7- pai-f Vg, - -3 '.,1-1:3155 ' ly . , '. f f 1 t. ,. r 4 ,r " 'P - V " .4 wr. K ,W H f ' l . f ' '- - f 15 ' . f , v 1 I X Hifi ii V3 fx Q If 7 kg 'I if Q . 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If Lady Luck is with you, you may be able to get a class permit! 1 5 I 4 J 1 1 Page thirty-two f7Ae udinedd Ofgce Posting personal charges, add- ing long columns of Hgures, typing business letters, mailing out statements, answering the telephone, are daily routine to Betty Hoskins, Nona Bailey, Mrs. Hartlein, Bessie Lou Rhodes, ancl Mr. Iuler. S?on Rszoua 593559 ol,tllll'lJI'y It is a well-run laundry, under the supervision of Joann Dotson. Her capable helpers are: Dorothy Ford, Jeanette Kiley, Mary Osgood, Doris Johansen. min ing Woom To the dormitory students the dining room is a pretty important place three times a day. In its atmosphere all worries and cares are laid aside. POMHJ5 Through the labors of Gerald Buttram, Stan Gillespie, Wesley Wristen, Rousie Martin, Fred Wilkinson, Charlene Brown, Jay Reeves, janet Mowry, Clifford Williams, and Lucretia Knight the campus and build- ings are kept in order. 4 :H In the fifth and sixth grades Miss Meador helps each student in- dividually. V Mr. jones, the . seventh and eighth grade teacher, helps the students in mathematics, history, geography, Bible, and the many other subjects in the curriculum. ,, vm These first and second grade students are gaining a Hrm foundation under the super- vision of Miss Hopkins. The third and fourth grade students find Mrs. Lull a very understanding teacher. President HELEN LAcv Sergeant at Arms GLENN TILLMAN Motto: Always living for Jesus. Colors: Rose and Gray MARY Io BnowN QVC! 0 I X f f V531 N 'Tk '2 1 , I f . Vice-President Secretary BILLIE MUNDALL SHEELEEN WAGNER Treasurer JEAN ROEMER Sponsor: Mr. Norman L. GORDON PIMENTAL Iones Pastor LAWRENCE ELDRIDGB Aim: To conquer for Christ. Flower: Rose RoEEnTA WAHLMAN x KAREN Porrlsn f "i,- -W. -.sw .- , , . X, g , , V , , ,.., .,,.L,. .,q,,,W,,,.,,,L,, 1- -Y- mggfissx. f.:4+1---+f- 11: ,151 'frm .W-:4 W1 H ' ff, ur '42 wg? 3 1 . , ' y'3"I9vMP?? ' ,L',,,: ' -f' VVA iff ' " i1ae-fgzs V fy ':- 5 .j:':,'.Qgg-3151" , if ,y WO f A, My 4' af ' i ' ' y A 7 -V X 5' I 4 ff 1' 2 1 5 N gg 3 if v A f f X cf gf, f 4 ,, f f Q, 0 45 f Q . "Q, . '.., J K I 'x 1 +7 60 g , Q Q ' f- 3 CHARLENE Smnxs 74.ff?2"f,giy . 63 fy W , SW ' -4-1-,nf Mm.. 4: , - J ,. :,,.ffp4', ,-Q., -fx' w.,Qaw,,f ,, A..,..,H:,.-.1.4,:,,. Ls623ff"fi1f:1:4:.' ' ' .VLQLQZYM 4 -Z 4: 14, ROBERT HAMMERSLBY CAROLYN Cunrzs My Eg, 2 , 1 1 15.17 f izfff' .1 ' f I , I :wif-v2u,,f ' , . , . f J, , V ' J 55? 'V gif " 7 in '-Q 45" ..f:7?1f75' ' Y ' :2E:Z?1"Z, .' ,fy gf ': 'F . ,,,' CHARLES EVANS ANNANBTTB I'IALTON Vmcmu ROBERTSON JDSEPH CLARK Ey.1zAsE'rx-1 Mn.L1Nnn 4 1 . i W A -M: ,M 1 CHARLENE Gxmm: 1 '-I G Z rn 2 h-1 zz m 54 .1 ' I . MYHNA Mum. 5'-- A .,- ,..,., ...AA ,, .. M -,4..,-......., . EMMA WILSON RUTH SLAYTER IUAMTA Ross f 0, 6 f ?.,,h-l g., .Weil V asijliz ,,., ' A ,:.a2fagE Y SHARON MARVIN All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. From the looks of things, Miss Hopkins' pupils will not have such a fate. Many happy hours are spent playing in their sand box. gknientafg 6lCll,Ay f, fs , NORMAN JONES Principal Grades 7 and 8 JEWEL MEADOR Grades 5 and 6 W, ,. 5 E: -f "- 'V f , iflf, . ' 5' . -f 1 , ,L , . Nw-f , ., fi 7, , wwf Wife. V . ,Ty .47 M Q , - ,162-" ,W . , , afar ,,f 0' 4 1'v'.', ,. ., ,4'Vh , ' , ' ' PAULINE Homcms Grades 1 and 2 MRS. GPAL LULL Grades 3 and 4 With Mr. Jones as the supervising principal and with the help of Miss Meador, Mrs. Lull, and Miss Hopkins, the elementary depart- ment is kept running smoothly. , If Page thirty-nine , ,QQ fp i if I 1 1 V V U -, ' ' mah .izzv 1- , , , , ' I . . V W V 4 V, i, H I i J i r 1 l N4 l li 1 l . i l l Page forty School Award Letters Dehen Seamless Sweaters Emblems Athletic Uniforms Shirt Lettering TUIIOI' MCT-Ie and Lettering Telephone 2-5657 eh-ann unngram ierflire BYRON NELSON 5 West Adams St. f2nd Floorl Phoenix, Arizona johnson, La Von .... Anaya, Margaret .... Anderson, Bob .... Bailey, Nona ..... Bamhurst, Roberta . . . Blackwell, Alice . . . Blackwell, Jimmy . . . Boyd, Joyce ...... STUDENT ROSTER ALASKA ARIZONA . . . Ketchikan . . Salford . . . Prescott . . . . Safliord . . . . Phoenix . . . Phoenix . . . Phoenix . . . Glendale Retail Stores HOWARD 8. STOFFT Tucson 'k YUMA STATIONERS Yuma PBSW PETERSON, BROOKE, STEINER 81 WIST 1 Retail Stores PETERSON, BROOKE 8: STEINER Flagstaff and Prescott i' P B S W Salford 530 West Washington - P H O E N I X - Phone 2-2301 COMPLETE FURNISHINGS FOR 9 SCHOOL - CHURCH - OFFICE - INDUSTRY ARIZONA DISTRIBUTORS 'k ROYAL TYPEWRITER5 f MIMEOGRAPH DUPLICATORS f VICTOR ADDING MACHINES f DITTO DUPLICATORS f ELLIOTT ADDRESSING MACHINES f EDIPHONES f AMERICAN SEATING COMPANY "A SERVICE ORGANIZATION FOR ARIZONA" 1 iae.e..yr-:au-wwf-an-W M- . 1- TEGI?-11 ,INA 4 , Brown, Charlene STUDENT ROSTER . ...................... . . Phoenix Buttram, Gerald . . . . . Winslow Carter, Donald . . . . . . Glendale Carter, Phyllis . . .... Glendale Clark, Mary Lou . .... Winslow Crumley, George . . . . Phoenix Crumley, Janice . . . Phoenix Darby, Calvin . . . . . . Phoenix Compliments SEE of MARTIN 8. BRATON THE HARRIS PRINTERY 202 N. 7th Ave., for your INSURANCE Commercial and Job PRINTING House and Household Complete Aufomobile Insurance I9 Wall Sf. Telephone 3-2389 Phoenix, Arizona Call 4-1404 for Details ,. , umm-. Na- .L..n5.., Page forty-one Page forty-two MULDNER LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTATION CARL MULDNEIQ Livesfock Hauling - Arizona and California ROUYS 2, Box 295 Glendale, Arizona Phone 694, Glendale Dau gherty, Neal . Donnan, Faye ..... Dotson, Ioann .. Elsey, Shirley Jean Evans, Donald . . . Evans, Eugene . . Ferguson, Ralph . Feyerabend, Anita Field, Mary .... STUDENT ROSTER Holbrook Tucson Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Buckeye Compliments of 1 , "j"11.'i'j'M11','i". ""W': ,l,.,-ff A--::::::,.,:.p.L:"' , . IN- ...,.,, K - X.. .,.. , ,... , . f JERSEY DAIIQL, "Home of Milk with a Fine Flavor" THE Jqrizona Qomfevff-mee of Seventh-dag Hvlventists SALUTES The Senior Qlass of lQ5l WISHING THEM HEAVEN'S CHOICEST BLESSINGS AS THEY ENTER A WIDER FIELD OF SERVICE ITTIZN N.-if Page forty-thr Page forty-four Success to the Class of 195 I JEN DIKE STUDIO 24 East Washington 2 doors west of Woolworth's 20 years in the same location FINEST PORTRAITS LOWER PRICES One ot the Largest and Finest Equipped Studios in the Southwest . L ,QJ .-,- up 9 X You're onYour Way Q X X It's a long, hard climb, true! But if you i K aim high enough, any labor involved in M the climb upward will pay off in results Q I many times over. Remember always that , Educationis one of our most priceless 4 possessions. Cherish it-use it well-it will be of utmost value to you in attaining your pinnacle of success! y +4.44 w 9 W 9 -P Seo DAN BROWN 4 2 for all kinds of REAL ESTATE I T and fi' Q wh-wg , ' - . ,1 . - - '35 ' -ffagQ,4f-E-31.5. . . , S .wa, " nm, rc . V, M ,,,.,., 9 .W-, ,. K, .,..g,.,,g,, 9' ,W .4 V 'fm 0 -- ,f 5.1. , , ., ,, . ,nm FIRE INSURANCE ' ' :mu ' if , -::'.:f:2swa':5', 1. .- . H.,a':1y,.1,11:,:f.-4, f -f " Q..1.fN,.. ,N 4- ,wg ff- f 5 :1e.a1f,Q:115v,, W .fi - 9 Phone 2-5220 v a 1 f Custom Plowing R. L. GILBERT W. E. GILBERT Phone 2316 TRUCKING COMPLIMENTS cmd BEST WISHES to the CACTILODE RYAN - EVANS T,,,,P, DRUG sronss Ford, Dorothy . Ford, Lavell . . Ford, Ruell . . . French, Gladys Gentry, I. C. .. Giles, Robert . . Gorham, Lillian Greer, Janet . . . Grove, Janice . . . . . Haining, Melvin STUDENT ROSTER ... Clifton Clifton Clifton . . . Laveen . Tempe Phoenix Kingman . . . Tucson Glendale Phoenix Page forty-five Page forty-six FOXWORTH - McCAI.I.A LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Building Material CONTRACT AND RETAIL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE BUILDING MATERIALS P.O. Box 62I7 Phone 4-84I I Phaentx Arizona COURTESY OF ORAL W. TUCKEIQ SALES AGENCY PHOENIX TUCSON 338 N. I6th Street 3I9 N. 4th Avenue TEMPE CLINIC-HOSPITAL ' Medical, Surgical, Obstetrical X-ray und Clinical Laboratories. Kind, Ellficient, Courteous Christian Nursing Care 1500 South Mill Avenue Tempe, Arizona N.: .n Alu -tm 1 Hcaufiul LA SIERRA CCDLLEGE Arlington, California A college of opportunity for Christian youth who seek the highest inspiration for their life purpose and the best of preparation for successful living. Page forty-seven Page forty-eight School Supplies Yardage Hardware Patterns STUMP'S 1428 N. 15th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona l STUDENT ROSTER Haininge Shirley' "" "" P hoenix Rasmussen, Dorothy . . . . . . Phoenix Hath, Erma ------ - ' ' Glenda-le Reeves, Jay ......... ...... T ucson Hoskins, Beal' "" "" G 'lendale Rhodes, Bessie Lou . . . .... Cottonwood HH-450112, Jerry -- ' -- Phoemx Riggle, Roberta ... .. . .. Phoenix Johansen. Doris --- --- Tucson nose, Alfred ..... ... Phoenix King, Arthur "" ' ' Phoenix Ross, Marta .... . . . Phoenix K-night' Lucretia ' ' ' ' Buckeye Rouse, Lester .... . . . Safliord Kfuffy Jerry "" ' ' ' ' Phoenix Ryerson, Sterling . . . .... Phoenix Kuykendall, John f ---- Young sebe, Alice ...... Phoenix Lemons, Mary .... ............. S abo, Earl ........ . . . Phoenix Lewis, Thomas . . . . . . Camp Verde Sfhleusnefy 1211322 - - - - - - Ph09DiX McElwain, Ienia . . . .... Phoenix SPa'k5r Sue --"--- - - - Phoenix Martin, Rousie . . . . . . Tucson Sparks' Vernon ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Phoenix Markle, Pauline I I ' ' l l Tucson Stevens, Byrl Jane .... .... P hoenix Mills, Eleanor ..... . . Pheenne Stump' glelelg "' "' glgoenix , . ump, ay ee oenix Montgomery' Bobble ' ' lihoemx Sturges, Clilford . . . . . . . Yuma Muldnet' Jmmfy "" ' ' ' G endale Symonds, Clifton . . . . . . . Tucson Mundau' Jeanme ' ' ' ' ' Phoemx Taylor, Jacqueline . . ....... Prescott Mundi'-uv Stanlel' ' ' ' - ' Phoenix Thacker, Barbara .... .... C ottonwood Nash, Beryl ---'------ - - - Phoenix von Pohle, Evalinda . . . . . . . Tempe Rasmussen, Annabelle . . . . Phoenix von Rhein, Mildred .... . , , . Phoenix ill Elgin - Hamilton - Waltham Bulova Watches Shaeffer Pens ' Many Other Gift Items Watch 8t Clock Repairing E. C. Wahlman 1018 E. McDowell Road Opposite Good Samaritan Hospital J Put YOURSELF into this picture Where will you be a year from now? Will next spring find you on your way to success with a good college education? This tall P.U.C. will ofier you more opportu- nities than ever before. There are new buildings, new courses, new state accreditation-everything, in tact, that you expect ot a first-classcollege. You'lI be proud to belong to the world-wide family of P,U.C. graduates. You'll be proud to claim Pacific Union College as your college- always. For information write: The Registrar Pacific Union College KAngwin, California if I f 1 2-"ze'::f,:iL'f X f7VQ,,gX,. erm, ,,,,,,,,,.. 5 ., ,,,,,V,, f i' ' f fr? 15 -v, 'V,gf"zf ' f:f:,'.wV-,V'v,Vf' f ., rd' ., .2-V, ,gn-,va V, agp, V- ,. .1 V' of fir Qty, " 'Fir-f Wt- 4 v . ?,1.V:..,: jmkmh, .iff '- ,M ' T1- ,VV ' Z? i??l:?wZfVt , , iv T ' . V if Vf fs'g,fVV,--.V V gg.: :V -V ,W-f -sa 1' z Vg'ai:Vg,, . rm, , wgca ,, E , , H I 'fy V iv , fz '- .' Vi ' 21,2 'TK -'- 'V, ' 0,4 ,Z .45 -', ", 's +V., ,,-,1r.fL'- '. gq3'h,rriQ,i, f Qt --at 16 V- ,fin--if ami 'V 4555? j ,wify 1, , , ., 'mn gi, ,nga -"'.?QI:-w'I1h.,g'f9 , ,V ,A new. V -I fi .tv '- AV '?f!'1,gJxt?'K'1!:4z.' WW iff VV -':"' wwf Hi'-i'1.1vi,rf's'i-zftif'-f 4' V41 , .US waiggig? ' fifvl' "4 7ri'71?y'1,'143,-gi Y i-Yi "ti V W 1- 4 'X " , ..f.i 1 f,i:f' , P435 f iv 32.252 ,eqga g ' V 133 ,f, r-in, -I 121. '4 - V:-,., V ."'..i-'am Mi- f 'fmt f?""' 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'V.ii"' i V QQ .2 D V : .V - -we 1- Si:?ii? -fV1ffii'j'2"' - si -- 1' I V ,gps,2'1:'-gQ,ip'V5y1gi,-V+.-,ff yif ' 1 - V f ""i ,lzffff ,411 STUDENTS, PARENTS Where can you find a BETTER SCHOOL than ARIZONA ACADEMY ? "The School that Trains For Life" FULLY ACCREDITED GRADES ONE TO TWELVE We will be most happy to have you come in and talk over your next year's prob- lems - Educational, Spiritual, financial - or it this is not convenient, write to- Principcll G. E. Smith, 1325 N. 'I4th Sf. ' Qwihle ., -, Phoenix, Arizona Page forty mne Page fifty Compliments fo the Class of '51 I BEST WISI-IES E25 4 K SA WPI' e , i? op To The Class of '51 0 nlx, rllana Phone 2:1977 ,226,:'1Z::ZfQQ2i"ee' Wm. Archer QfinJa 'II38 East Von Buren Sires! 4030 N. 7th Street Seven Stores to Serve You in the Valley of the Sun MESA CHANDLER THE 0. S. STAPLEY CO. CAQQESQQQDE coouncf Serving Arizona Since 1895 BUCKEYE PHOENIX, ARIZONA CONGRATULATIONS and COMPLIMENTS To the Senior Class of '51 ev METHUPULITAN BUS LINES Los Angeles Compliments of ian!! EFOJ. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Tempe, Arizona STUDENT ROSTER CALIFORNIA Brewer, Buddy ..................... Loma Linda Burdine, Barbara ............... ..... Y ucaipa Chenowith, Lois . . . . . Cox, Jerry ....... Gillespie, Stanton Gillespie, Zoe Ann Imbertson, Carolyn Kiley, Ieanette . . . Osgood, Mary . . . . Beaumont . . . .... Downey Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles . . ..... Brawley Wagner, Arlan . . . . . Phoenix Wahlman, Harold . . . Phoenix Wahlman, Marie . . . Phoenix Weber, LeRoy . . .... Glendale Williams, Clifford .... Bonita Williams, Leland ..,. Bonita Witmer, Barbara . . .... Tucson Wristen, Wesley . . . Phoenix Young, Gene ..... . . . Phoenix Owens, George . . . . . . Riverside Borden's MuncIoII's Texico Service General Auto Repairing Body St Fender Work P ' t' If It's Borcien's am mg lT'S GOT TO Be Good 4970 N. 7th Ave. Phone 5-1194 COMPLIMENTS and couonmuumons ffgm fhg to the CACTILODE w E S T R. W. Hussong, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON BROADWAY MARKET Groceries - Novelties - Drugs Page fifty-one Page fifty-two Compliments of Pacific Union College Press PRINTERS -:- LITHOGRAPHERS Angwin, California Seguin, Theresa . Turner, Melvin . Wilkinson, Fred .... Baze, Lynn Marie Black, Roger . . . Eldridge, Norma . . . Vogeli, Barbara . Reid, Billie . . . STUDENT ROSTER ....Portervi11e . ........... .......Be11 ....Beaumont COLORADO ....DoveCreek ....DoveCreek JAPAN . ............. .... T okyo MICHIGAN NEWMEXICO ...LasCruces HAMMIJNIJ SUAP and EHEMIEAL llll. MANUFACTURERS ' DISTRIBUTORS Soaps Waxes Cleaners Sanifary Supplies Insecticides Polishes Disinfecfanls Floor Finishes Phone: 8-5307 or 8-5308 ll5 W. Jockson Sireef Phoenix, Arizono , .f.w:..,,..,q.,5-1-6-arm. ,fa g' V Q ,. , Q:-,sf 4 Page fifty-four Phone 4-9452 Off., Siem MUSIC EXCHANGE - fFovmerly Trick'sJ "Try Before You Buy" Orpheum Theatre Bldg. 205 West Adams Phoenix, Arizona Compliments To The Graduating Class of 1951 R. W. Rosenquisf, M.D. Compliments fo the SENIOR CLASS OF '51 Arizona Academy Bakery 1325 N. 14th Sf., Phoenix Burton Cleaners C. E. Higgins, Prop. DRY CLEANING A-ND PRESSING Let Us Help You Look Your Best PHOENIX Phone 3-1813 1535 E. McDowell LUNIBER Hardware - Point - Plywood J. D. Halstead Lumber Company "one foot or a million" 71h Avenue and Monroe af Five Points BARGAINS GALORE EVERY DAY TWO BIG STORES TO SERVE YOU McLENNAN'S Comefousfor SCHOOL SUPPLIES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 16th Sf. and E. McDowell Road 1534 W. Van Buren STUDENT ROSTER OKLAHOMA Philhps, Edmond ..... .............. ........... M i ann Taylor, Ramona .... ..... . . . Oklahoma C ty OREGON Ivy, Jackie .... ........ . . . . Bed BAND INSTRUMENTS- Selmer, Buescher, Ludwig 0 1 PIANOS- Davld S shoe Chickering, Story, Clork 8K Lester Sheet Music 1613 Eost McDowell Rood phonograph Records PHOENIX, ARIZ' Dawson Music Co. 126-132 W. Adams St. 8-2601 -Phones-- 8-2602 Compliments I , one l1 J Best Wishes BAKERY to the Class of '51 1 The Best Colres, Pies, French Pastries P. M. RYERSON, M.D. V"'ie'Y Bfsodf Ph sicion and Surgeon McDowell Road ot 16th Street y Phone 4-3003 Phoenix, Arizona BEST WISH ES from BRUNER WHOLESALE COMPANY "Arizona's Leading Distributors of Variety Store Merchandise" 301-305 W. Madison Phoenix, Arizona Phone 8-3707 8-3708


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