Army and Navy Academy - Adjutant Yearbook (Carlsbad, CA)

 - Class of 1960

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Moffuc c en or class crdvrse and Afhlet c D recl 0 I f J f ' 'un- ll d p d h 5 h s ' f ' I ' ' f e ' ' ' ' - h. . 1 .4 -1 f us ' ' ' ., pk d 'll ' " ' r ' rqr T -1 Mf.rohnA. :,s f 'f 1 r f I 0 3 , The highest honor that any member of the Adjutant Staff can receive is membership in Quill and Scroll. International Society for High School journal- ists and the happy and proud group below are the cadets who were voted membership in this honor society. Mr, Manuel Z. Olbes. faculty adviser of the Adjutant and of Quill ck Scroll for the past thirteen years. has always demanded the highest standard of yearbook work before awarding the coveted award to staff members. For the past three years the Academy yearbook has won first place in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association yearbook contest , l Front row, left lo right: T. Krueger, Mr. Manuel Z. Olbes, faculty advisorg E. Shaw. Back row: E. lloyd, O. Fitzgerald, C. Boetticher, G. Bell, J. Packham, G. Gustafson, R. Johnson, J. Davis, W. Fruehllng, L. Semenza. fs F' 5 W and this national recognition of journalistic excellence is due to the top work done by members of the Quill and Scroll. The chapter officers are: Tom Krueger. president: lid Shaw. vice presidentg Glen Gustafson. secretaryg Oscar Fitzgerald. treasurer. and Bill lfruehling. sergeant-at-arms. A yearbook is a record of memories capturing forever on the printed page the story of victories and hopes, of dreams and plans, and sometimes, of disappointments. But above all, it is a record of our lives at Army and Navy Academy, a record that the passing years will make more precious. Tom Krueger. as managing editor. carried the brunt of the work and worked effectively to co-ordinate the different departments. Wfithout any question, photography is the hardest and longest of the production jobs, and here Tom Krueger, Ray johnson. Craig Smith and lired Vang worked throughout the year. The editorial board consisted of Oscar Fitzgerald, Glen Gustafson and Carl Boetticher, associate editors. with jeff Davis supervising Sports and Eddie Lloyd as Activities Editor. A superb job of financing the book was done by lid Shaw as Advertising Manager and Graham Bell as Business Man- ager, who. together with their staffs, collected over 57,000.00 to make the Adjutant of 1960 possible. Bill liruehling and Carl Guenther worked on make-up. The members of the Adjutant Staff are indebted to Mr. Manuel Z. Olbes for the long hours he so willingly gave this yearbook so that it could match and surpass the high standard of tjuality achieved in the past. 1 . -Mp,.,, fr 'i 4 y H- 3 i " Q Cid' 4 4 V 7 L5 A. ,g 2, if , X Q5 f Vial.. Q - yy: 5 ':"' WI. x as Q A A: I 1 QS .1 9 N .lv .1 ff 6 cumin..-.af ,.. - -. - 1 -' , ' A ' V aw , .,f " 'm 1 I 6 9,-.-.... , WW , .Mm I .-J i 4 .r .4 """ 1 fi ijf A 135, P LT - . .ii JL lk., I, V ri . J l A-" -P 5 . o 0-,,4"f:"' ,..4-4' 44" fb' 4 .rw L 1 .?!,..f ,4 , 4' 2 -Q r Y' Slfft . H,-fag . l,I 17 ,.A1-" I' q,,,f . i gzvffi , f . , 4-ff ff ,fffjj ?fZ f' "-251,-,. .', H N, . Al if. , A 'S rl . A. vm 0l"6lfUOI" Here, within the confines of the Senior Garden and around the Senior Well, is the Class of 1960 gathered for its last fare- well photo, a beautiful memento which the passing years will make more priceless. It is a class of outstanding and colorful personalities, individualists to the coreg a class of leaders and athletes and actors. It is a class that has stayed together for many years and has pulled together and shared its victories and its disappointments with a oneness of unity seldom matched by other previous graduating classes, It is a class of strong loyalties and one that has displayed determination and strength. Under the guidance of its adviser, john R. Maffucci, and its class officers, it has left a record of achievement that places it with the best all-time graduating classes of this Academy. Front row, left to right: D. Taylor, J. Duryee, W. Turner, J. Wilson, W. Fortig, W. ligon. G. McGehee. G. Phillips, E. Shaw, J. Packham, G. Williams, A. Mitchell, L. Semenzo, S. Guitron, A. de Keiixer, P. Winger, J. lunkes, R. Oliver, W. McDonough, G. Gustafson, S. Hecker, A. Bustamante, A. Abrams, A. Bourquez, E. Stanton, H. Tessodu. l. Gomer- Second row, left to right. R. Bacon, J. Wharton, W. Lundy, D. lihdbefgt E- Roe. C- Block. W. Oliver, W. Boddy, C. Boetticher, D. Seevers, T. Krueger, Couch John A. Mdftvcti, G. Bell, D. Keown, R. Pina. Back row, Iett to right: J. Wooliever, A. Robinson, M. Walter, J. Vincent, R. Betz, T. Rhodes, H. Johnson, J. Fox, G. Chubb, R. Dillon, R. Contreras, A. Fernandez. H - f " , --, liz" , 1-, 'J?'2 .,, Y- V! I hgz - , , Y1fL, - A ., -NM, , ,fig , r A 1 - , I 5 K , 5. 4' ' if 5' 4 , -' - ., .,i . . .. . 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A ' , '- -, .I I 1 - ' .V ' qi I' as -11 Q- ' . , '- Wiki " 'ti .J .,, fix, IJ, Gentlemen of the Class of 1960: It has been my experience that periodically there passes through the Senior Gate an outstanding class among all other classes-such is the case with this. your Class of 1960. Long ago I learned that a student body is as good as its Senior Class. I give you gentlemen of the Class of 1960 just credit for giving us the finest student body I have ever known. These are not mere words, gentlemen, it is a statement of a true fact. Since I know that you have been responsible for this, I express to you my deep- est appreciation and lasting gratitude. Your work in directing and guiding others will not end when you pass through the Senior Gate on june Sth- rather, it will be but the beginning. You will have an opportunity in college to do a similar job, and in life, itself, you will always have the opportunity and a chal- lenge, too, to lead and guide others in the right way of life. I have complete faith in you and know that you will accept any challenge that comes your way in helping others to make this a better world for all of us. In so doing you will reflect credit upon yourself, your parents, and your Alma Mater. God bless you, my young friends. Alfectionately, XV. C. Atkinson, President Colonel, ANA Colonel William C. Atkinson President l'l'LQ566Lg2 rom flue lgreaiclenf 10 lCQ Peril Qlflf C11sS ot 1960 I extend to xou mx heart1est eoneratu1at1ons on reaeh1n 5 nwrtmt 111 eitt ne 1 It I5 lndeed a 5oe1 m mment 1UfC7l7C.I1II1g17 tore xou IS 1n L11Il1'L1S nexx xx IX ot l1te In xxh1t xx IX 1re 111111125 gorng to be C115-LFCIII The most SCl'I1xlHg d1tIerenee xx111 he IU xour nexx freedom xou are on xour exxn XK1'lICXlJL1 do xxrth thrs freedom IS up to xou There are txxo h1s1e paths xou max tolloxx the path of d1se1p11ne xxnth 1111 ot tts hard xxorle Studx and self ee ntrol or the path ot lazrness xx h1eh xx11I lead xou d Il II the ladder mstead of up to greater thrngs I am sur xou xx11l ehoobe the hrst the path of d15e1p11ne XX hat I9 the path of L1lSClP11I1C' Xou haxe heard a lot about the vxord C1l5ClP1lflL WICII respeet to the Commandant s CJ11lLC. 1nd pumshment But th15 IS onlx one part ot the mean1ng ot xxord t 15 self ISCIWIIUC 1s x1xe11 the SLCCIDX up bx one se ot 1 system ot 1IXlI1g 1nd ot dorng thmgs our oxxn er son1l rules ot 17C1'tiXllH' XY 1thout th1s se1fd1se1p11ne we htxe nothmg So 1Syl1Ll gr1du1te 1nd eommenee 1nexx take stoek urself e x 1 s 111 1o11ox1x 1vx1s e ermtn X C Atlunson C aptam ANA X1ee Pres1dent mend C Ede Defin Sgldmgster Prom W1l1,Qm C Vice P Afklnso fesfden, " r Q11ss of 1960 It IS xuth drstmet ple1sure th1t I xx r1te to the ellss ot 1960 There 1 11 umque eharleter about th1Q e11sx xxhleh mlkes It 1 xerx good one on LIIUPUS md III lfll1xLll1g thm eh1r1eter I th1n1e xxe max attr1bute It to the SPIFIC of 11'lCI1C11X eooperatlon xxhleh IS ex1dent lmong ltx memhers Ihe xoung men of the e11ss of 1960 1re happy e IC 12 1 re1l 11x to haxg them 1 e1mpuQ Thex hue ll eontrrbuted tc l11I1x1f1g Army N1x Aeademx 1 mueh better Sehool both tor e1dets 1nd tteultx They h1xe been xx1Il1ng e ox 11 g 1rt rn te tes me lffylllg out the 1ee11S ot the Sehool XY'1th 111 S p1rt1e1p1t1on rn the XJYIC1 program ot the Audemx they h1xe IUIIIIIIIHCC1 m exeellent seho115t1e reeord 1nd xx11I earrx xxrth them lnto eollege good b1e1eground 1nd PI'LP1f11lU1I Certa1n1x xxe ot the taeultx haxe telt 1 re11 souree ot hlp pmebi 1n xxorlemg vx1th all ot xou md xxe xh111 111 remember xou xxtth the greatest affeetlon 1nd 51ne re 1ppree11t1on tor xxhat xou hue done to make the xe1rs 11 Armx Nux Aead emx mueh hr1ghter 1nd better A11 our hest xx1Shes fo Wlth xou and plelse remember us on the 51111, 18 xou go through xour SLIFS ot gre1ter aeh1exement 1nd ueomplrihments R1xm 1nd C Ide He 1dm ISIC r H .jJeac!ma5fer 0 0 - .' . ' ' - U-' V A 1 47 . A I. ' , 1-1 . . rx IX. th1i 11 1: . 1 I' 1 ' 11 your 1I1L', I -- 'llnn 1 i '1 'JV' - i .','Y'.,'l.' 1' . A.'4- YY. I 1 . 5,YY.L , f 'k. I. . 4, , I 1 K I . - 1 - - .i I , ' ,I I 1 1- - 4 . . ,-X '.. 1 --Q v A . -A ' A - 1 A- 1' 1, - , I ,. 1, f . in . . 4. ,I ' A I I 1 ' . 1' A I 4' ' ' A A ' U A V . the ' .I f '-e1'iA1 ' " --- ' ' ' I' A- wlt '. ' 11 I '1 ' jf- 'p'- 1f' 11131 ' ' of yo ,de'x1sex'oL1r1,x'nIcrsonald1'e1p11ne-,. 11 'it 11 '1 y. ff you xx'111 11e'.1111tt' 1 for itf Best wishes to you. Sinecrcly yours. V. Q. " J ,jr Cq - ' - ' ' 1 .ll ' ' -S' 1 ' I ' ir ' I. '17 41' C I 1 ' 'S , t . .SA " ,- dy . . 1 ' ' 1111111 -. 'ti' '- ' en 1 .. " 1 '11 I A 1 1 - -' 1 " M " ' 11111 I '. in takin 1 p. ' 1111- tixia 10. 1e1 'V ' 1 . . thi. t I I K 4 - . 'f 'tk A L . " nv 1 " 1'1" 1 'fb' ' .1 --ik ' 1 I ' I " ' 1" ' " "". I. 1" 1 1' 1 ' ' . ' 'F' ' ,' 'Lt' ' 4 ' .K ' f. 1' ' ' ' "1 - "1 ' ' , , I, ' T- Mr. Nyles Moffat Head of the English Department Senior English Instructor Member of the Faculty Board Adviser of 'The Warrior" ,lf .e!.,A J' fT...,f'f Mr. C. Hun y Instructor, Junior English it L9 H9415 , r-o 7 A senior English class The English Department is under the direction of Mr. Nyles Motlut. Mr. Moffat is not only the senior in the department hut also the instructor of the senior class and the chief adviser of the student Mr. Charles Hundley. who is in his tirst year at English. Mr. Ray liroolchart is in charge of the G. Brookhart has the freshman classes. Both are riot." Mt. james Hannon, Dramatics coach, has newspaper "The XY'arrior." the academy. teaches junior sophomore classes and Mr. also advisers of "The XY'ar- also taught a speech course throughout the year. Under these experienced teachers. the Academy has a strong and very capable English department. Q 0' If in'-"f 1 .ist ,,,. Mr. James Hannon Mr. R. Broolzhart Mr. G. Brookhart Head of the Dramatics Department Instructor Sophomore English Instructor, Freshman English Adviser Junior Class Adviser, "The Warrior" Adviser, "The Warrior" Member of the Fazulty Board sv-1- ma fkemaficfi Mr. Daniel Terry Head of the Mathematics Dept. Instructor of Advanced Algebra, French and Solid Geometry and Trigonometry Member of the Faculty Board A Solid Geometry class in session. The Mathematics department is a most important one at the Academy. Maj. Dan Terry, the head of this department, has taught Algebra II, Trigo- nometry and Solid Geometry at the Academy for many years. Mr, Harry Ashmore has taught Plane Geometry and Algebra I this past year and Mr. Ewell Ducote also had several Plane Geometry classes. Mr. Richard Gronquist has taught review Mathematics and Mr. Harold Moses has also taught Algebra l. Mr. Harry Ashmore Mr. Ewell Ducote Mr. Harold Moses Instructor of Plane Geometry Instructor of Plane Geometry Head of the Junior Department Mr. Richard Gronquist and Algebra I Junior School Instructor Algebra l Review Mathematics A oreign anguagefi mx' Mr, Manuel Z, Olbes Spanish II and III and California History Head ol the Forelgn Languages Dept. Faculty Adviser, 'The Adiutont" Member of the Faculty Board ,Q f? x Several cadets in a Spanish Il Class Mr, Manuel Z, Olhes is the heacl of the Foreign Languages clepartinent at the Acaci- einy .incl teaches all of the advanced Spanish classes. Mr. Olhes is also faculty advisor of the Acljutant, Mr. G. Giansiracusa has taught all of the Spanish I classes and Mr. Dan Terrv is in charge of the French classes, Mr. Rov Maclnrosh instructs cadets in elemenrarv Af and advanced Latin and also teaches Ancient History, Mr. -l. clelieiizer teaches German. :mmm Mr. Roy Mclntosh Mr.iG, Giansiracusa Latin and Greek Mr. Daniel Terry Spanish I and Latin Ancient History French , n 1-. - 15.1. K N.. A25 In "KY cien ce Mr. Henry H. Lawrence Chemistry Head of the Science Dept. Member of the Faculty Board A class In Chemistry The well equipped laboratories of the Academy help the Science teachers and the stu- dents in their work. Mr. Henry lawrence is in charge of the Chemistry classes and is the head of the science department. Mr, E, Jacobson instructs cadets in elementary and advanced Biology. Mr. R. johnson teaches seniors Physics and Coach john Matfucci. who is also Athletic Director of the school. teaches Hygiene and First Aid. Mr, John A. Maffucci Mr. E, C. Jacobsen Hygiene and First Aid Mr. R. Johnson Elementary and Advanced Biology Senior Class Adviser Physics and General Science Adviser to the Science Club Head of t'1e Athletic Dept I a', Akfi i -' A9 i .5 of .Lai X, A Junior School Class taught by Mr, H. Moses unior .SZAUO The Junior School Department of Army and Navy Academy, comprising the sex enth and eighth grades, is under the direction of Captain Harold R, Moses. principal of the junior division. Captain Moses also teaches junior school mathematics. Mr, H. Mohan heads the English department, Mr. De Keijzer teaches History and Mr. E, Ducote is the Hygiene and General Science teacher. The excel- lence and thoroughness of the training received hy the junior school cadets has been evident year after year in the top grades received hy graduates of this division when they enter the high school depart- ment of the Academy. Mr. Harold Moses 7lh a'd 8011 Grade Mathematics Academic Head of lhe Junior Division Tennis Coc:'1 and 8lH Grade Class Adviser Member of he Fozulty Baard Above: Mr. H. Mohan 7th and 8th Grade English Mr. E. Ducole Hygiene and General Science Algebra Assistant Coach Track Mr. J. de Keiizer H?sYorY and German Coach Soccer I7 rms? rf The office staff of Army and Navy Academy shovun here htuc cl most unportant role rn the .ldmrnrstratron of thzs school To many cadets hovxever therr most lmportant role IS the drspensmg of the weekly allowances and the countless t1mes when mth pmcttcdlly no advance notrce they are able to hnd tram and plane .iccommoda tlons for vleelc ends and vacatrons But more than that they .ire here senror member of the ofhce stall has been vnth the Academy for A dozen years Mrs Mime Y through has the clxfhcult tttslc of postmg grades 1nd rrrrangrng college tmnscrlpts under the cllrectron of Dean Raymond Ede To all these l.1d1es The Adjutant otfers its thanks Ill the n tme of the Corps of C .idets for their const mt .md grfcrous 16 Clockwlse from bottom of page Mlss Claudno Parnell Secrelary lo Caplcun Alknnson Mrs Ruth Fneld Secretory Olfnce Staff Mrs Morne O Yarbrough Reglstrar Mrs Eleanor Ruce Treosurers Ofhce Mrs Cleo Schlmk Head Secretary Ofhce 'tall Mrs Eleanor Norrus Trea urer and Aud to lk r C . A ' ri XJ s. 64 M' J to help and that they do gladly and eHiciently. Mrs, Eleanor Norris, 1 1 D 1 ' ' I r ' 7 l lp. .x4cfiUifie:5 .gf Many of the activities that cadets enjoy after their academic work and their military training work is over for the day are directed by the ladies above. Mrs. Charlotte Atkinson is not only the official hostess of the Academy and in charge of its many dances but also has the Glee Club and the Choraleers. Mrs. Harold Moses is ever willing to help cadets in the library while Miss Bardy is in charge of the Recreation Hall canteen. Miss Pringle is the housemother for the junior school cadets while the two ladies in the Infirmary, regis- tered nurses, are ready to give medical aid and comfort at any time of day or night and to get a doctor if the need arises. Clockwise from top of page: Mrs. Charlotte Atkinson, Social Hostess and coach of the Glee Club and the Choraleers Mrs. Elfin Moses, librarian Mrs. Paul Pringle, Housemother Mrs. Cherie Windebank, Recreation Hall Canteen Mrs. Lucille Condy, Nurse Mrs. Nancy Mohan, Nurse I9 -1 Pr .x-.gif-., ,4L, bmi-,, ' Jn' - .V 4... '+I vw., 5: a gl f I U. p Q 1 ,. -4- I ff' M A 1 - ' .' fx B 'v ' .1 HT.. S lyzfq i. ff G .1 K. xr P, 4 1 H 7 Mg, ' YJ I J-" Lx - -. ..: ix: av: . Q. ' f Q 1 " oqgfl 'v,'4r.1! 3 1. Sfu! 'nic ' 't . , ' ' .. 'xf - ' 4 A . 4 - , ff 'H 'VP Q! V-.ad XJ! la 4' 1-ff '51-4"!i5"' vw 3 V " , A if .4 ,Q V Sf? -1' Z, ' j M 'ff Q ffl-.f ' f fa' AX .thl -'M' ' A :Vg x P M! -- r ' ' 1 Q. . 1 A - - , x , . x N ' , X s W 11:33. W i 2 . 3: Ig! , fe , ?,, r A ix I , ,, , 'Ti 'iff 'f' 'ji ' -Q I 'J ' 5 :-ff 2 M jx' 53 Q. V iwqiyg 15:5 :TQ -V I 'I 9 AV V ,N rl. gl G Z, rd. I 2 Q 1 Z' - - f QQ. an 15.--wif ' , e ..f 'f 'Q v 4' 1 9 lp 4' K' . -' Is, J,' if ' , Q mg Q " " -. , 3, f ' yy 1 ,UI 4 A f.. , ,A ., r Q,.!! r li i ,gl ' 4 5 g" f2f'f'fwv 4 A f3 .' gd 'B' 'EEZ ,J , P ff 552' . 2 Q1 if l X14 I 4 I4 5,1 I .1 ,qu Q . . ,. x f f s 0' 1 V 4 ' fm f .. ' " . ' ' ' 5 'iv ' 15 X, gi 4 W ' , 4,5355 W5 W QV: V! ' . ' 'f V 5' 1 . I , V . . lf , 455 Q M 4 V -W, ', ML. 1 . ' 1 'Qs 4,5 O, - L ur I ' v- vi The yill.1ue nf Clitrlslmid is nestled hetween the rnlling hills nf Southern Culifnrniii .ind the hlue Prieihe. Here is lnegited Army and Niiyy Aegtdeiny. lfgieh ufternnnn fnllnxxing the ewinpletinn nf the e.tdet's duties he gunhles into the yillgige for it hit nt lieednin .ind reliixgitinn. lfreednin did we sity? It lnnlss like the lneitl sheritl hits niihhed several culprits ft mr wir l lx ing five ithreiist dnxxn the liigliwriy gigiiin. fl. .,, 9 lr'-gg is ,J Wishful thinking! Cadets borrow the Corlsbod Police ieep. - Liu IJ fee! 1 1 r, ,XM 4 i rl r, 'J 5 f' , s s. ef E. Show and A. Buslomcnte shown enloying periodi- cals at Mike's Smoke House, Clgirlshiid has something fnr eyerynne. For the cadet who is hnpelessly huried under Capt. Mnffues English rind Maj. 'I'erry's Snlid there is tit leiisr nne eliitiiee for Lll'lJXK'I1iI1g1ill his trnuhles in "lwnze." Nut ynn run, Krueger. And for the inf tellettu.il set there is Mikes lid Slum' is discovering the hnundless xynnders nf iingitnrny. You le.irn S.1lDCIlIlI1AQ every d.iy. M.iny eqidets h.iye snnie very slveeigtl reusnns for gning tn the yill.ige. 'lhilie fur exdinplg C,r4ili.itn llell, xxhn is inndeliny .1 dress xxhieh he plans tn pure t'h.ise for the prnin. Perhaps the major reason for a cadet to visit the metropolis is to get his weekly haircut. Seeing cadets rushing madly to and from the barber shop is common throughout the day. The trick is to make it down and back without being late to a class. After failing with his pleas with the barber to leave him at least some hair his thoughts turn to- ward revenge. At last it is the cadets turn as he and his comrades give johnny a dose of his own medicine. No sideburns for you, mister. E Shaw watches G. Bell try on lody's undergaments. J. Peckham, W. Oliver, A. Bustamante, G. Bell and E. Show enioy sodas at the House of Morgan. .25 W. Oliver, J. Packham and T. Krueger are shown taking revenge on Johnny, the local barber, at John- ny's Barber Shop. As the sun begins to set into the beautiful blue Pa- cific cadets begin to strag- gle back to the campus. There is one last stop. At the very popular House of Morgan a cadet can stock up on food to last him through the evening and early morning Study hours. And then in but' a few hours paradise will again be his. 3 fi nf i. S ul J J e, ef. Q i4 Q vw Ax x,. ,Q ' av ? K 2-1,1 H " ..'S . -an 1-s. , .X,W.,,, f. 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Nydegger, C Guenther, R, Wise, S. Westbrook, J, Dike, R, Pin Holmes. Third row , ', . , . l r, . Lance, R, Contreras, J. Davis, W. Frue'1Iing, R Williams, M. Sklar, S. Hecker, S. M:Gehee, R. Reis, S. Collin Fourth row W. Sovoie V. Edler C. Blo:l: T. R'1odes, J. Husson , O. Fitz erald, C. Hayward, S. de Keiizer, G. Gustafson, J, Vfooiiover, . 0 , , , M Back row E Groeneridyke, F. Knauevt, H. Fitzsirnmons, G. Phillips, A, Fernandez, E. Shaw, T. Krueger, R. Johnson LIU' L I1 I ill L ll x N tw ' , XX x . V' ' ' . l A ' V. 'i ' , . ' . ll L' ' ' . . ' ' ' lL ' f' ' . X H c Q ' A . ' Q . ' . L1 I in . C iX'1IlCB JIU .C L'ltllLCl'l . Q . cries BL L ' - " " I 5 .Q i r lllllL .. . i... Ll' . L ' .. C Alf" LL ".' . ' ,.F 5 " ijil. ,ii 5 gwrtin-r mounts. .1 'iaith . mem ' ' 4- , H15 . i is u-.rf . ii . lic . rs- .'AACIlQ1 . L . ' lent: Il -ici-wcix, 'igu,Pi1-siiciirg ii A , ' '- g . V mm ' mmm. "1'c.1sLl cr: PJ ' . . Sc-irc.1"1 i . .urivi As, 55 The Mother's Club of the Academy, under the di- rection of its president, Mrs. O. P. Fitzgerald, has had a busy and a very rewarding year. The board of direc- tors of the club, shown with Col. William C. Atkinson, president of the Amdemy, represents the three hun- dred mothers of the cadets an through this board the patrons of the Academy can make their wishes known to the administration. At the beginning of the year the Mothers' Club arranged the reception on opening day and later gave a reception in the Recreation Hall when Col. Atkinson received his law degree. In May, the Mothers' Club offered a vaudeville rogram to raise funds for the scholarship fund of IKE club and will also arrange the program for patrons of the Academy visiting the campus on Mothefs Day E"""" 'U 'W""'W"""' l Www Seated, fell to rvghf- Mrs. Leon Jonker, Mrs. O. P. Flfzgerald and Mrs. Ferrell Seevers. S d g Mrs. R h d H K g C I WII C k d R y E ic or . rue er, o. Al inson, on Mrs, o mond d jf.. W.,ff....f gm of MM CO!O'TEi W C, Avk M T f 'cad C p G B VI h Andi C!CL.5Z5Ifl'l0I'l, Cllflqlflei The First Classmen, following a tradition that the senior class holds its banquets in San Diego, held their annual class banquet at the El Cortez Hotel on September 28 in the magnificent new banquet room of this hotel. Inscribed mugs were presented to each member of the class and to the guests. Col. William C. Atkinson and several teachers told amusing stories of pranks played by previous senior classes. Both Col. Atkinson and the class adviser, Coach john Mafucci, delivered addresses. On October 15, the Second Classmen held their class banquet at the El Camino Country Club in South Oceanside. The cadets worked up an appetite before dinner with a dip in the club pool. The main address of the evening was delivered by the sec- ond class advisor, Mr. james Hannon. JQCOIQLJ CKCLJISHIQFI CLFIQMQ! I JI an M Ry dEd dP yCIb S O d 9 27 me junior Varsitv. under the direttion of Coaeh mild Nloses. vvere Co-Clliainpioiis of the Southern Prep e Ihe XX arriors were sparked lfv running hatlqs. lf. iefoid and B, Cltinger. and the hall handlinig of C. ith T he line was strengthened bv D. Casparv. He was I 1 sell eam Captain and C. bmith vvas uhosen most valu- ilale pliver. O O' - 2 n etober the XY'arrior junior Varsitv met Fall- o in their nrst contest. They vx ere defeated 21-0 in 1 llll' fought contest. The defense. led hv D. Caspary d 'I Bullard held the fast hatl-as of liallhrooli to " HIS in the first half. .XX On Oetober 9 the XX'arriors traveled to Capistrano. Laels of ex- perience still remained the deciding factor as the Xxlilfflklfb vvere handed a Sl-U defeat. lf. Bradford played a fine game in the baektield gaining most of the yardage for the Cadets. The XX'arriors next flashed with North- ridge and were defeat- ed -18-T Quarterback C. Smith completed three out of seven to his end J, lfulton but to no avail. During the last quarter the Xlfarriors moved into a single ming and drove 70 yards for their only score. Smith earried it over from the 5. 15. Conger ran the conver- sion for the final score of -18-7. Un October 2-1 ANA hosted Brovvn Military Aeadeiny. liarlv in the e Smith ran L1 5 vard 1lt1.1rterh.1el4 sneal-4 for the store. X irriors then PLII together another drive vvith passes from Smith tm I lulto 1 ,. 7 n. storing on .1 ll vard end sweep idlord. Ihe XX..rr1ors set up .mother touehdovxn on inns hx li HL I' . -rshev. ll. Cloneer and linallv Smith fred on .1 LlLl.lI'ICVl5.iL'li rollout from the S. The XY'arriors ned main on .1 -ill vard pass play from C. Smith to Il. ltilton 'lheir final totiehdoxvn xxas tallied on a 20 vard 1 ss from Smith to l'L1lton. Collyer converted, The tinil tot1l stood D5-U l-'I' ANA. C Smith rolls out on qucrverbonk opfion ploy. ron? ro o 1 D. Poils, J. Burden, T. Bullard, A. Corroll, G Murboch, odford T e rnple, K. Ford, J. Evans, R. Lindberg, M. Phillips. Back row R Hubbard Mgr J Wyaff, J. Koy, J. Fullon, A. Rossboch, D. Cospury, Couch H Moses C Smith W Conger, C. Brown, D. Cameron, B. Hershey, F. Bradford slcnis off left Iockle, I -f , , 9 W.. .,' 1 A - -..-Q ,A A, ,4--. '4 ,Af ,. X Nei 'lf V I 4, 9 4 317 5' 1 . is .J Q , '-vie-1 -4: . I' Q. 4 . .. Y 151739 1,1 . ' :O " ' Q., 1 .ado rg xl 'G xt , 35' 3126 ss If , L nm Vg "' , 1 IO -VL' 5 6-I 9 '41 dk "r v 'f Q M Q w :fx , .ir ., .... A ...,..m...,,.,' g, ,A -v , ' -I ,, . , wg i ,-'ZA f :fJI..1W . . N :..z 4.1 -,. :H U 5- 'W ' 'xfnf ' tw' Q -. I ' . 4 E. .. 1' 1 N fy 5 3 'Yi NP ,I ' A '4 g .- A -Q .- Y Y ' 4 V M 9 "H " ' 4 ki X N - 4 ' b my ,J 'fc' -.-, 'Ht ,afl- 'Zn ,,,. . R -i- -X N sx, vfgk bin .I ,g Y, .v s , 1 0 II Q, N S n.:?- 4 age. 1 'if J I A qw gs- F, 4 1. H gn , r-s..,,, 'Q ' ,,-,v Q- 75. -, Syd 6 . , x. M' Q, f,- nw 1 4 .--. '11 fi - ,gif E' 4 .K fm K ro L Q 'vu DY 'wr -5 'ui-. if if i af- 'iz-li! S. 3 6 5 1 W.. .VH .9 It 1- + -P -iv-s J-ff The Warriors had their first home game on October 22 and took their second victory from San Diego Military Acad- emy by a score of 3-2. They were again unable to score on the first string defense sparked by Hayward, Guitron. and R. Pina. Fernandez received two well-centered passes by right forward A. Bustamante to score the first two goals and Tate scored the third. In the next game the cadets took revenge on Desert Sun by taking a close home game by a score of 1-0. A. Busta- mante on a brilliant play scored the only goal of the game in the closing seconds. Outstanding defense by S. Guitron and C. Hayward helped to keep a scoreless game on their side. Pina, de Keijzer, Holmes, and johnson also played a very good game. On November 7 the Fronl row, kneeling, left io right S. Westbrook, E. Fowler, R. Pino, R. Welch, G. Walters. Standing: R. Johnson, G. . Holmes, G. Daley, R. Wise, S. de Keiizer, A. Busfamanfe, C. Hayward, S. Hodge, R. Ryden, J. Toie, R. Dunn, S. WHIFICJYS bowed to Guilron, A. Fernandez, Mr. J. de Keiizer, Coach, M. Berry, T. Rhodes, J. Hussong, G. M:Gehee, D. Nydegger, R. Desert Sun 1-O in the Tardio, R. Dellar, R. Schulze, P. Penn, M. Sklor, Mgr. A . playoffs of their three game series. The game proved to be another fast and exciting one but this time the tables were turned. Rudy Pina at goalie showed his best game of the season making many close saves, while on defense Hayward and de Keij- zer played very profes- 'M f sional games also. On 1 4 l ' f the forward line excel- lent passes were made to set up scores but the goals were missed by inches. Near the close of the game A. Busta- mante missed a penalty kick by only a few inches. A good kick at this point would have tied the game. As halfs, Holmes and P. Pena moved the ball at their best aided by S. Hussong. The Warriors took the bulk of the many penalties called during the game causing much loss of precious time. The cadets never let down for a moment but the one point lead which Desert Sun held from the beginning of the game proved too great. In the final game the Warriors contacted Elsinore NZSLM, a far superior team, and were defeated 3-0. During the hrst half the cadets matched Elsinore both defensively and offensively. The game remained scoreless until the third quarter, when the Elsinore squad got its first score. Minutes later Elsinore's goalie caught a shot from Rhodes which was right on the goal line and looked like the tying point. In the fourth quarter their center forward scored two more goals even though the Warrior defense was at its best. A. Bustamante and A. Fernandez came very close to tying the game in the last few minutes but they were stopped just short of the goal line. Guitron and Hayward showed their best abilities in the defense and gave Elsinore's line a hard time. With a good number of the old boys back next year the soccer team is looking forward to a verv successful season. 41 .,i .,, J gif .. . . ,Q Front row, lei! lo r1ghl C. Bos:-llicher, T. Krueger, Presidervl, Moior D. S. Collins, Commondonl of Codels G. Bell, W. Fruchling, Bock row D. Seevers, E. Show, L,Sen1enzo, 'Ih Q Hllllllll c.tlLlllL'Il uf Army 11ml Navy fxkllklfllly ll1.ly he 1lcl111cd .15 tha IIlICl'pI'CfL'l' of the l'lUl1lJl' Cnrlc. The H1111u1' c.ULlI1L'll docs not inflict punish- 111c11rs lmr 1'.1thc1' 111..lxcs lIlX'C5flg.lflUl1S lllfll any v111l11t1u11s of thc cmlc. Aftu thc LllLlllLll h.15 111x'csr1g11tul .1 msc lf turns mer its llmlings um thc P1'cs1Llc11t .1111l thc l'.1111lty c,kJlllll1IIIL'L', xx'h11 rhcn Llcciplc what gutiun Slhlll hy t11l4c11. Tha' c,llLlIlL'l LHIINININ ul nu C31 111c111lwQ1's txxu hung .1pp11111tul luv rho l:.iL'LllfV cjlllll- IHIUUL' .,-. N ,- , .. 1 . lllkl rl1Q111l1c1' hw lWL'lIl" 1-lr-Lu-1l hx' thu! 11lcrC'111'pN lhn llmlll-II C,11111111l. .1w thc LlIlL'Lf ICl'VL'5L'l1I.lflYL' lwmlv 111 thc 1..1lcrs. 15 1 11 11 l.11r111 111 llk'llWlllQ 1l1u111 ful .1 wma nl 1lc1111m11'11v 1 , 1 . on or ounc ' 5 CC 77 ' Uelf' The Silver "A" is the highest iiwgird uf the Atndeiny thiit it tudet t.ni tittiiin. lt is tiwglrded by the President on the reeuininendtitiain of the liieulty' Cluininittee. whn represent the viirious departments uf the Aeudeiny, The hun- ured eiidets tire thnsen fur service, lnyiilty, influence upon einnpus life. tnid inetictiluus attention tu rules and regulations. The recipients uf this tnveted iiwiird enjoy euinplete freedom except when perfwrining duties of the tniiiptis. Front row lefr fo right: A. de Keiizer, O. Fitzgerald, D, Seevers, C, Boehicher, L. Semenzo, W. Lundy. Bock row' A. Fernandez Gustafson, E. Show, T. Krueger, Colonel W. C. Atkinson, G. Zell, G. Phillips, S. de Keiizer, J. Fox. I 0 1 M514 4 " s..4sJ7""" S N I -Ya 5AQQI0r JAQQ W ,A ., ,runs-:W wa-rn ,,,,, '- WNW an "QM NM Q np-swam 'Mi 4.4- lq. .. w4qqy.,w., .wil-+-. 5 4,fi'9 dw e!'.yA x of 3. 'kt 1, w .an -415 Mb, IM' jl. A411111 Safates Cadet Ray oh11so11 fl or a11 outstandlng job 111 hotogra hy and or excellent 1er ormance o many evactzng duties connected uzth his uork Cadet ohnson has been o11 sick leaze or sn ueeks The sta o the Adjutant rays or hzs s eedy recozery Coach Rzchard Gfflllqlllff u ho has bee11 uzth Army a11d Navy Academy since 1946 for his excellent coachzng o basketball dll!! track but aboze all or hzs azrness dllll gentlema11l111ess tou ards athletes a11d athletu o clals Cadet Wlllldlll Lundy because he Iflll ed hrmsel the to ore11s1c contender 111 zarzous 101117111 7I1El1fS held 171 San Diego County B111 Lundy has uon the highest au ards 111 the ore11s1c season 1f 1959 f I The memory 0 Mr IV Miller u ho taught classes 111 mechanical dra tznig and cra ts Mr Mzller passed au ay 111 hzs 75th year a ter a I1 etzme de: oted to the educatzon 11 Amer uan youth Cadet Edu ard Shau because his adzertlszng sta d1d a su 1erlat1ze job o sell111g and thus made 1oss1ble the hzgh standards o thzs llllblltdllllll Mr Shasta H lr1 1 1 head o the co11struct1o11 a11d Uldlllfelldllfe de llfflllellf o the Academy Mr Trl 1 and hzs sta 7101 only Jullt tu o large buzldznigs during this scholastic year Academlc Hall Tu o a11d the neu Dllflllllllfy DIIINIQ Room blllldlllg but also d1d a su error job o classroom maintenance Cadet Io111 Krueger because as managing editor o The Adjutant he piloted his sta to a very success ul a11d reu ardfng year an: Mr ames Neyenesch Illdlldglllg dzrector o Neyenesch Prznters o San D1e,go uho or tu elzfe years haze been the rznters o The Adjutant a11d uho has aluays 211611 kznd bel1 a11d adz ue to the ad: 1ser a11d sta 111 the many rlntlng roblems 1111011811 45 O e O O O fl "1-f Q' 'P P' f -' If ' I M. . V. . I . V! 1 - 11 ' 1 ff '1 1 f f.-- ' , I .f. g . I .C 1 11 ' f Pl ' - . . Z .,,.y . I . 1 -IJ6f... f ..', 1 ' ' f' fn 1. V.. yf 7. , . f I .W y W' . H. I I .k I. . I. I ,HY f ' ' 1 f - . 'PI ' 1 4 .1 ' f ' ' ' 1 rf - 1... .1 1 -, f 1 ' f ' -f '..r 1' f ' ' 'f . I V. U. yP..kP Sxntc Detcmber 7 1947 the senror dass of Armv md Nut Atldemy has, pllnted .1 tree on tdmpus rn Top to Bottom Moior Tom Krueger, Colonel W, . A1kinson,Cc:p!oin G Bell, Coach J. A. Moffucci. memory of those men who lost thexr Ines at Pearl H rhor A5 lb LLl5f0ID1l'y Col XX IN Atklnson opened thc tcrtmonv mth 1 short dcdrt tory tddrebs Then etth mcxnher of thc senror LI155 fltted 1 sptdcful of elrth Lund thc trcc 1 Star .' t. rnnus 'nt ' 'mt plfty d "Tre S" throughout the proceedings Amd the ceremony ended with 1 few Il1CINUFi'll remrtrks hy Tom lxrneqer. the tn 'rss prcsit ent. P88 Cllflillfl The cadets with their dates are shown gathered around tree for distributions ol presents. Santo Claus, G. Bell, is shown giving Carolyn Atkin- son o teddy bear at the Christmas Dance. 3.1 T L Christmis Diitt s most loolit-d ltH'NY.lI'Ll .ind cnioycd otoisions ot thc vt-.1r. A wrt' Qu' .ite mosplicrc sms nmintiiincd throughout .lnd tould not htlp hut intiutntt utn A scene ol the Academy Dance Bond at the Christ- mas Dance, Thu At.idt-iny IDJIILL' Band supplied tlits niusit .ind did .1 wry I'tI'Ul-CSSlUl1.ll ioh ot' it, Thu Third C,l.issnicn did the deto- mtions under thc .ihlt dircttion of their Adiisor. Sgt. liostitlx. jim Hannon who nt-.irly .ilixpiys helps with thcsc things lent his usual prol'cssion.il touth .ind is tcitiiiily to he tliiiikcd .dong with tht- others. thc saddest hc.1rt. it' one is to hc found .imwwli mir hum Christmis trtt sliont out ht-.iutifully in its tri ditioiml splendor. with .ill tht- prtswiits luxumntly aprt-.id .it its loot. Ckrififmafi ance i7 Q A symbol from the Christmas Dance that Christmas is iust around the corner. 3 ' . 5 P R I Gig wg. 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A T 5' The Aeademx hoopsters experleneed .1 xerx sueeessful season The XX arriors xxon all hut one league perform ante and tied for the ehampionship The season xx as highlighted hx txxo elose xietories ox er Ramona then elimaxed hy a xerx lmpresslxe xtetorx oxer C I F faxorite Tustin On Deeemher hrst the XX arriors traxelled tt rallhroolx xx here the snrited hoo men toolx home a I4 43 Aead P emy xietorx The game stayed elose until the middle t f the fourth quarter xx hen the Fallhroolx XTNIHIIICJFS xxere enyox Ing a hxe point lead Then guards Pruehling and Contreras lm from the outside and this left the Aeademy eagers one point hehlnd Then xxith ten seeonds left Ieff Daxis dropped one through for the xxinnlng polnt The Xarsitx posted their seeond third and fourth xxins of the season hx defeating Mountain Empire ulian and RdITTClITd TLSPLLIIXLIX ICI XXIII IITL SCDLICITLTIT TIALP PTL SLJNCIII ICIUTITCIITTLITI Cin Deeemher elexenth the lTl2,,lTI'IClll1tf,, XX arrit rs then opened their league plax xxith a 48 I9 Win oxer Raneho del Campo The XX arriors xxere pared hx Iruehling and Burnett xx ho hit txxelxe and elexen points respeetlxely It xxas here that our hoopsters displaxed their ahllily 1t defense ht lding their opposition to onlx hxe point in the flrst half e XX arriors next traxeled tt I 1 la xxhere tiex sul ered t err first lt s 1 the sea n hx a seore o 57 4 Bill Iruehling and eff llaxis paeed the losers xxith thirteen 1nd txxelxe points res aeetixely Then on Deeemher sexenteenth the XX.1rriors plaxed their first round opponents IIT the lxixx 1n1 Tournament We drexx the Coronado Islanders and thex toole the xietorx hx a eount of 45 54 ln the eonsolation round the War rlors xxere nipped hx a eount of 35 78 hx old rix al Ramona On anuary fifth the Cadets play d their first home game of the year heating the Warriors from FilllTI'CDCllx 48 36 xxithout mueh trouble Bill Fruehling led the attaelx xxith txxelxe points and eff Daxis followed xxtth elexen threat of Daxis Burnett and Fruehling xx as too mueh for ulian as the trio stored oxer three fourths of the points for their elexenth game of the se1son the X 1rsitx tt rxeled to laguna Heath xxhere they lost hy a eonxmemg se are of ul 57 On anuary fifteenth the XX arrlorx xxon their third lLlgLlL xletory If the expense of San Mwuel hy a seore of v6 I9 Xlatt Burnett and Bill Irruehling hoth Int fifteen and eff D 1xis folloxxed xxith thirteen to paee the xx inners The XX arriors traxeled to R.1mon1 to pl IX the Bulldogs for the first time in league play This xxas a soon to he rexenged defeat 1s our team xxent doxx n W 74 Ihe Xarsitx reeoxered frt in the lefe1t 1t R uni n1 1nd toolx 1 79 76 detision from XIOLlI1Idll1 lm ire elf Dax ts P xxas high point man xxtth fifteen Ihe XX arriors then traxeled to Carlshad to pl 1y the opening game in the Ianeers nexx gym The Laneers aided hy their All C II' eenter Boh XX ueste d xx ned the Cadets hx 1 nargin of nine points The final seore xxas 33 76 as li Fruehlln 1 hit for nine TCDIIIIS ls me XXarr1ors posted their tenth xxin of the seison IQIIIISI R1neho xx ith 1 4" I7 xietorx The Xllfarrior o x vor 1 ts offered little eompetition and the Cadets stored II xxill Xl III Burnett paeed the attaele xxith txxelxe points f Il xx tl h Daxis xxith ten Cin Fehruarx setond the Cadets xxent to San Bernardino to plax the Igisenhoxxer hxe The XX arriors staged a rallx late in the fourth ClLliI'CC.I' hut it xxas tot iate and xxe lost the game h a seore of I7 S4 Out after rexenge the XX 1rr4ors eompletelx dominated Lilian ITLIIIITQ them 75 9 Tom Ixrueger played a hne game and stored txxelxe points But high point honors xxent to Xl 1tt Burnett xx ho dropped in sixteen 1 -1 1 Q Q 1 T1 I 1 -1 1 y I1 1 ' 1 1 1 i I 1 - 1 k' '-,T ' . - i ' -. 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 I . ' 1 , 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' ' -1 1 1 ' 1, 1 1 1k 1- ' A 1' 1 T 1 J 1 1, 11 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 '1 Q 1 i y A ' y i, 1 1 1 1' 11 y 1 1 h ,I . 'l 'A ' 1 1 K . ' 1 -1 1' 1 ' l 12 1 1 1. , ' y 1' y ' I - I 11 ' S ' K 1 U Th ' lf' i ' ' ' 1 ,L lol' ' - l - if ' ' ll 'i I , ms rf 1 , " so I' ' " f , -Sf. Next the XXfarriors xxalked axxay' xxith their second league xietory' hy' defeating julian 64-23. The triple scoring I 1' 1 1 11 1 1 1 .1 . '1 I -1 1 1 1 1 11 - ' 1 1 1 - ' 1 - '. '- . 't - ' -,-. , ", ' y 1 - , , . 2 1 1 , ,H 1 I ' , ' ,f , 1 1. '5- 1, - . - - , 1, , A 4 1 A A' ' 1' 'A -h,-if. T - "1" -' -- 1 'C'4'l 1 1 :zz '1--- . " f 1. A , - ' 1 ' I 1. . ". '11 ' y 1 Q 1 2- . .' ,k,. .' 14. .- 1. 1 . . .' ,y ' -. 'f .g .. U . . Q . 1,1 1' '. ' W .', , , .--1 .g ,gy Tl 1 ' , - 1' - ' ' 'a tk 2' 1 z ' " 1 1' - .. - ' i II 11-1 . ' . ' .- . .:1.k - .1 . .. 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Sex er.il yming ladies from the Csirlslmlel .mel Oieinsiile .ire.i, .is Well .is the Mule-ts tried out tiur .nlinissiinr Alter the intorinil iniri.itiwn nn the i.1mpus. the entire ilulw journeyeil to C restline for the t'urin.il ierenionies, As the elulw gm iirgiiiizeel. the iwtliiers xxere seleiteel. M. Xhlilker. llresiilentg Miss Gale Cooper. Vile-Presiilentg .mel Miss Glenn P.iie mis eleeteil Seirel.1ri', Un the ex ening ot' Oituher lil. the me-inlwers ul' the Miseiue .mel XYig entered into the realm nt' liowtliglits to put on their first play tiur the puhlie. "C.r,1el4eel lee ' .mel "Sorry XVrong Number" on .1 double hill were well reeeiie-.l hy the eadet enrps .ind the other SILICSIS PITJSCIH. . . , 4. . .,... ,.,,....,,,. HM.. , V ' f Q 1-if ,...gx.T.l4-,...7. - x First row, lett to right: D. Dobos, C. Holland, P. Manos, M. Walker, M. J. F. Hannon, G. Cooper, N. Ennis, N, Snyder, A. Heltibridle. Second row. A, Mitchell, R. Dillon, W. Boddy, S. Elmore, L. Whipple, P. Nevares, D, Cole, P, Paulson, S, Smith, T. Bullard. Third row. D, Nydegger, J. Fox, R. Oliver, R. Wise, W. Turner, E. Recsei, W, Erickson, R. Ryden. Fourth row: E. Groenendyke, J. Wooliever, J. Packham, G. Williams, R. lngold, W. Lundy, P. Soxno, E. Pearlman, E, Roe, F, Knguert, Sitting, left to right: J. Fox, P. Manos, M Walker, W. Lundy, Mr. J. F. Hannon, N Snyder, N. Ennis, A. Moses, G. Cooper Standing: F. Knauert, W, Boddy, R, Oliver R. Dillon, A. Heltibridle, P. Nevares, W Erickson, E. Roe, P. Sosna, E. Pearlman, dritilfte Ctlfl fr "Act well your part, for there all honor rests" is the motto and code of the National Thespian So- ciety. This organization consists ot' all the top students in the field of dramatic arts. Originally sponsored by the late Mrs. XV. C. Atkinson. National Thespian Troupe 150 of the Army and Navy Academy has become recognized as one of the top organizations on the campus. Thespian members are always given top consideration for lead roles in dramatic productions. Ac- cording to the role played, points are awarded to the sponsor. These points then go toward the highest award a Thespian may receive . . . Honor Thespian. Under the guidance and leader- ship of Mr. Hannon, the members of the National Thespian Society have become a dramatic group of the highest caliber. Their plays are noted for professional appearance and performance, To Mr. Hannon go our deepest thanks for giving so unfailingly of his time that the Thespians might further their ideals. Voted as ollicers in the society this year were: XV. Lundy, Presi- dent: Miss Nedra Snyder, Vice Presidentg and Miss Glen Pace, sec- retary. x -'tl l Y If asque ef' 'wg Prem g,.m ll W is flsspiz-ec Jlaghhd' D I , lstedfedbx Ma ra"'a 1 -V t ydfr hy A 001 be . J cps gn lrfwu ,M J!"8qlgeI:kHah J: "4 A 'H .'lo 7 5901.51 44N4lL 'R hi? cz Cu "ony OFF: I fu 'fat SC Ce ""- WON 1 530459, V045 H30 55H1NE "' 'fflt 6, 44 C43 L06 gwunkr ULU 0 c4L"'0e. 40" 4 U 4 W4-0 '51, 5? F N14 Na., .14 N Aqd y r 'fr U44 R014 l'lllRf?4k J4 mg .. L I .Nba N04 " 0,0 Wo 5: Nm Rr, 4 y ,,. . S47 45'7X"'4fii' 33:5 320,02 J 011519 V- Sfooh -iso . r ,ffl A- 4lv4, ,I f N ' fr 4.-Jo R A4-, 4ly 9' '- .. V 5100? gb, 1.520 Athy 1' Ayngn J lJ.,,:hTv P S-UNDA :Jul i 11.00 . .... QIAA- A -..... llpfohh I I - .,..A shzzpeddl' Oo! 0:56 JANU4 -- .. . ,mffqyfo . Afnxigznd Q-Q ' IQ fy, " I M N195' 4 ,own Q V qt 'han :Q I 1, .-.- V V Av UP con' --4.vvk'A.-.-- ' 4-'.A" ,-'vVv adn i - ,, on A picture token ct Crestline during the Mosque cmd Wig initiation ceremonies. ln the center, Mr. ond Mrs. James Hannon. 059148 Ctlflqlflet 55 Mr. James Hannon Drcmc Director and Advisor Ot the Mosque and Wig. Top A scene from the Christmas Cantata showing E. Recsei, D. Bostick, R. Ede, D. Nydegger, G. Coleman, S. Smith, Middle, left vo right The manger scene from the Christmas Cantata including E. Samenfeld, C. Holland, F. Knauert, S. El- more, A. Mitchell, M. MocEachen, E. Roe, 5. Smith. Bottom An angel appears lo the shep- herds. From left to right: R. lngold, G. Pace, V. Edler, D. Nydegger. Getting into the Christmas spirit. the Clhoraleers presented an annual Christ- mas Cantata entitled "The Childe jesus." The performante was given in the newly- tompletetl Atatlemy chapel before an en- thusiastic autliente. The program ele- pittetl the hirth of Christ in musit and stenes. li. Pearlman was the narrator, reading the story from the Bible. Fea- tured soloists were Miss G. Cooper. G. Daley, R. Rytlen, and M. Sklar. The out- standing lighting and costumes helpetl recreate the spirit of the Yule-title season. The music was arranged by joseph tlotkey and Hazel Kirk. The thoir sang suth songs as "The Promise." "The An- nuntiationfi "The Sl.lf.iA "The Three XY'ise Men." "At the Manger." and "Atleste liitlelisfi Mrs. Charlotte Atkin- son tlirettetl the tantata and attompanietl them at the organ. Mr. blames Hannon supervisetl the tostumes and staging. C!zri5fma:5 ganfa fa Le CLA talent sh Corps ance The Choir. under the direction of Mrs. Charlotte Atkinson. has had .1 husy and a very successful year, Not only have they presented many chapel programs but they have also given a. series of formal performances in Vista. Upland, Ontario. San Diego. Oceanside and Carlsbad. Their presentation of the annual Christmas Cantata and tableaux, "Childe -lesusfi drew record crowds and rave comments for their excellent performance. On April Znd. the choralec-rs presented a ow which was very well received not only by the but by the many visitors who attended the perform- s. Because of its willingness to present programs for local churches and organizations. the Choraleers have become a valuable asset to the community and their work has received high praise from many church and civic leaders, Mrs. Charlotte Atkinson de- serves the highest credit for her work as advisor. A scene from the Christmas Conlcio The Choroleers shown singing c hymn at the Chrisfmas Cantata fi K 1 gi 1' I I It 1 4 1 5 IW fi ff ' '-A - x ': ' x,:3"1 f- 1 ..l Q i 1 5 1 l ? l 1 i 1 Q Ny .. --'-1 s xx 'Q U..-.- H57 'W' - S 5 a, . . .fp- f,'v Z - " A r, HP:-AEI!-I: f' . , .41 f. viii: AQ," 1 IN:- ,s,. .- ,f -gif 1 ' 1 v 1' 51- M ,F ww, -,-,U v , K, s I Tk . ,.--.' -H-. f,,p,gf' 'F 'sk icq' :-' --,fwfflf ,qu 71 '37, 4 . :"'9""'i4'g ' 215' ,':"if"PE1y 1 ' 'f.-ull: 2.-LL-,ffv,A33!:,:y'xa4w.f,f:?.-f+15?irffgff' .v If ff K 4 11 S l X . Q f I - P .57 0 : .g.V,,'! . ' af '9 . ,,'. s . X .eftfx ,I . as ' Q f D Frowr row left fo right F Knauerf P Sosna W Lundy Mr James Hannon faculty advisor W Boddy E Pearlman R Dillon Back row M Walker R Ryden E Groenendyke A Mitchell T Bullard M Sklar The National Forensics League was founded on the campus several years ago to promote and improve speech arts among cadets. To this end the club has striven with great success The advisor of the club is Mr. F. Hannon. professor of speech arts, and director of drama Cadet Bill Lundy is President. He culminated three years of membership in the club by win ning the San Diego County Toastmasters Annual Speech Tournament. After winning three regional contests Lundy went to the finals in San Diego. Talking extemporaneously on the subject of ROTC. his warm sincerity won for him the trophy. This was the hrst time it had been captured by anyone outside San Diego. The hrst speech event of the year was the annual Student Congress in San Diego. Following this was the San Diego State Invitational, the Cal XY'estern Open. the Hoover High Invitational. the USC NFL Open, and the USC Southern California Open. In each contest points were awarded to participants to be totaled for various degrees in the NFL. orenfiicd 58 cience The Science Club of Armv and Navy Academy was founded on the campus to promote an interest in the Sciences. The tirst trip of the year was taken to the University of California at Los Angeles campus. The tour included a visit to their Biology Department. Meteorology Department. and the outstanding Medical Center. The tour of the Center was most interest- ing. giving the cadets a chance to view their laboratories. artincial limb department and school of medicine. The annual club field trip led the members to the Iiorrego Desert. The trip was cut short as mother nature stepped in and doused the cadets in the night with a downpour. The final trip of the season was a visit to San Diego and the Cudahy Packing Plant. Convair Astronautics and the famous San Diego Zoo. The day ended with the Club banquet at the Chuck XX'agon. The Club is under the direction of Mr. ll. C. Jacobsen and the President. T, Krueger. Front IOW, left to right: R. Worley, O. Fitzgerald, J. Wooliever, D. Seevers, E. Shaw, T. Krueger, Mr. E. C. Jacobson, faculty advisor, C. Boetticher, G. Bell, L. Semenza, A. de Keiizer, C. Guenther, D. Taylor. Back row: D. Lindberg, D. Chilen, L. Rossi, W. Sovoie, R. Dunn, J. Fox, G. Phlilips, G. Gustafson, C. Black, J. Davis, W. Fruehling, D. Caspary. Q - ri, X' Nqr. op left: Sol! one-honder swish by J. Fulton. Top right: G. Holmes uncorlcs u beauty. The XY'arrior "B" basketball team finished the season with .1 10 and " record. l'nder the outstanding guid- ance ol' Coach Richard Gronquist the team was molded into .1 working ma- chine and finished the season in a blaze of glory grabbing the fiO-cil1.lITl- pionship. R. Pina was chosen lor the All-League guard position. G. Holmes and K. Mahlum were chosen for the second team. R. Pina broke the "B" individual scoring record with 28 points against San Miguel. ANA 26 - Fallbrook 52-The first game of the season w.1s with Ifall- brook. The XY'arriors staged a second halt' rally but Fallbrook hung on to their le.1d. R. Dillon dumped in 7 and CQ. Boetticher got 6. ANA 25 -Rancho del Campo 26 -fThe XY'.1rriors got oft' to .1 slow start left to right: O. Fitzgerald, Mgr., D. Caspory, J. Fulton, R. Pino, Coach R. Gronquist, G. Holmes, C Boetlicher, K. Mchlum, R. Dillon. and couldnt seem to recoxer. Ci. Boetticher led the scoring with 8 points followed by K. Nahlum with '. ANA Z1 - La Jolla I8 The XY'arriors pulled together and dc-lie.1tecl the laxored La 'lolla j.V. squad. By using last breaks the XVarriors threw I..1 .lolla off balance. C. Holmes and G. Mahlum led the statistics with 6 points apiece. ANA 54- Fallbrook 38 The XY'.1rriors tried hard to right their earlier dc-lc-at but lc-ll short. 'l. lfulton led the team in .1 comeback scoring ltl points but it wasnt cluite enough. ANA 42 -julian 27 'lulian was no match lor the XY'arriors in this contest. The faclets led from the lirst as R. Pina p.1ced the team with l6poi11ts. ANA 55 - Laguna Beach 58 The XY'arriors led from the beginning but .1 foul in the last few seconds decided the contest in faxor ol high point H1111 with 1' Laguna Beach, ,l. lfulton was 1 ' ANA 61 -San Miguel ll The Cadets easily turned this into .1 FULII. lfultoii lcd the squad again with l-l on set shots. R, Pina fcil . . . w A W ots. R. Dillon hit tor l-. lowed with 15 on tat drixing iumi sh 66 77 Z? Zgaalfefdaf E , L kg 5.534 I , ,,-C' 1 Ax ,,Jf-2338, - s X'4ffkil 2 Qs Xifiji ,E 'fy yxxe,-Y ' .AL XX .x .eg if Q Q i T ARMY AND NAVY ACADEMY f 'L 9 -. a ny 63 ,5 llfkol f Tn 6 A ,Fifa Carlsbad, California haf The XY'arrior. the Academy newspaper. is under the direction of Cadet john Lunlces in the position of Editor. Capt. Nvles Moffat has assumed the advisory post. He is aided hy Capt. Ray Broolchart who assists the make-up department and Mr. R. llroolshart who has responsihilitv over the editorial sta tl. To raise monev to improve the cjuality of the paper the statt has instituted a photo service malcing availahle to cadets pictures taken at various events. The idea is something new and has prov ed to he a great success. The venture was facilitated when the Adjutant vacated their former darkroom to move into the new Adjutant room and fully ecjuipped darkroom, In the same huilcling with the Adjutant the XYarrior newspaper was given a complete news room. The statf puhlishes eight issues a year reporting all everv day news on the campus. The statt pnbljshetl .t special April lfools Day issue. XYorl4 on the newspaper gives a cadet valuahle experience in the tield of journalism. It teaches a cadet to write. to meet deadlines and to deal with make-up and photography. This experience will he invaluable in choosing a career. Top-Seated: Captain R. Moffat, Warrior faculty advisor. Left-Standing, left to Top right-Seated: Captain R. Brookhart, faculty advisor. Standing, left to right- A. right: J. Wyatt, J. Burden, J. Wooliever, J. Rutter, M. Walker, J. Vincent, M. Berry, Robinson, J, Duryee, L. Semenzo, T. Stephenson, J. Wilson, R. Baertschiger, S, Hob- D, Taylor, J. Gearon, R. Oliver, S. Schaeffer. son, R. Ede. Bottom left-Seated: G. Phillips. Standing, left to Bottom middle-Seated: Mr. G. Brookhart. Standing, Bottom right-Seated: T. Heirnple. Standing, left to right: A. de Keijzer, R. Bacon, R. Ryden, M. Sklar, J. left to right' M. Megee, J. Kay, J. Vincent, K. right: G, Phillips, K. Ford, Mr, J. de Keijzer, Captain Lunkes, R. Crevolin. Mahlum. R. Brookhart, M. Sklar. , . my 4 Y' Y i I f ffl , A , . U., U . 'F x'7'ivT' funn 3 af., 3 f , g ' - Q f A P ' 3 F515 ,ff . Q ' as if - V f J- N. Ki K If f' g ' ,iris if U Q Aki, A. - - I 'vit 1 ,gn Q v 5,5 - gs-, iw' f " k 9' Q S 1 , 5- 2L.'2.4 .K.., 1 ,Q - I F- l gf. 1. il- Ja, sifmf .xdcaclemic uperiorify if To recognize high scholastic achievement, the Headmaster's office awards academic ribbons each month to those cadets who maintain the required average. A cadet must maintain a grade point average of 5.25 in the high school for one month to earn the academic excellence ribbon. If this average is maintained for three consecutive months, the particular cadet is awarded the academic superiority ribbon. Falling below the required grade standards for any one month automati- cally disqualifies a cadet and he must start over if he expects to earn his supe- riority ribbon. Ar the end of the year, the cadet with the highest average is awarded the President's Cup for outstanding scholastic achievement. fa il , unior agzlzoof .fdcaclemic uloeriorifg i, X i.i.d-ia -.-Li-i.1- ' i l ' R0 kU'i 'B' '9 6 lg e i 9 V o I XB' 5 18 8' it 8 9 0 u u i v . . 4 . . J 1 'D U' U B 1 'U H 0 . -f .,.,e.J -3 Seated: Dean Raymond C. Ede, Headmasler. Standing, left to right M. Mahan, T. Gueniher, S. Lucas, J, Lipman, A. McClintock, R, Ede, M, Blechynden, G. Jones, T Jonker, R. long, B. Parker, R. Feist, H. Sullivan, W. Chapman. ln the junior school a cadet must achieve an average of 90? or better for the month to receive his academic excellence ribbon. Richard Ede and Mike Mahan have had a close contest all year long for the top average. These boys certainly show very high potential for doing excellent work in the upper school. 65 awww- 1 K " N - 6' X ig "A l 5 fn 3, ,, Left fo right: J. Wooliever, E. Roe, T. Bul- Len 10 right, D, Nydegger is ,hown sew. 'Grd We Shown in U H009 lf0m 5Uf'1"'9Y ing coffee fo fired ranch hands P. Sosna, Comes Io the Diamond O. T. Bullard, and M. Walker. 3? ii rx , V. The members of the Masque and Vifig presented Robert Finch's "Summer Comes to the Diamond O." Finch's comedy deals with a group of cowboys, played by T. Bullard, M. Walker and P. Sosna, living on a ranch called the "Diamond O." It's just another one of those dreary nights at the ranch. Things just aren't the way theyre pictured in "XVild Xlifest Ro- mances. In the picture steps Wfindy played by Roe. a cowboy resplendent in white chaps. an expensive hat. fancy boots and other extravagant regalia. However, it seems that Wiiidy had a little run-in with the law and Sheriif Lash. played by li. Pearlman. arrives to put Windy in the cooler and give Windy's beautiful horse. Charley-Mane. back to its rightful owner. Gloom settles over the Diamond O, but then a ray of light pokes its way through the sadness. 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Evans and C. Ralphs at forward, and K, Rogers and G, jones at guards. The team had a vast amount of potential which came out towards the end of the season, The season record was 3-8. On the "Fish the starting line-up were R. Fitzgerald, Thomas. R, Ede, Swaim and T. Jonker, R. Thomas led the team scoring with 22 points followed by R. Fitzgerald with ll and Ede with 16. Team captain was R. Fitzgerald. Most valuable played was R. Ede. As we go to press the track and baseball teams are just beginning to roll. Both are looking very promising. XVe wish them the best of luck. J. Swoim shoots from within the key. R. Fitzgerald makes vain attempt. l A , , 6 .. ..-,L 4 I. 1 K ai , P : 4 4 4 I .fl-Q t ,L x 'PL . I 9 9.4, , 1 F . 4 5 Q GLN 5 Q 32 ll :V -' 4,,,, , 4 lv' if '.., .7,f. N xi-wi L -6 f , I 1 siiyv-..-V We , I 0 .-4-pl' '. 'Eg Q5 'plg ,L,v A I . 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Those especially noteworthy were: Stan Kenton: Paul XY'eiriek, chief arranger for Lawrente XY'elk1 Mary Lacey, an ASCAP ly-rie writer: and Herman Langinger and David Gordon, publishers. Stan Kenton on his visits brought some of his own arrangements for the dance band to play and was quite gratified at the results he got. Paul XVeiriek, Mary Latey, and Capt. Polhamus put their efforts together and came up with the first musical comedy written expressly for high schools. The show. entitled "Swinging High," is scheduled for presentation by the band and the Masque and XVig Club during Commencement Xveek. v gi 9 The Military Bond on Parade The Military Band, lunttioning under the able leadership ol' Cadet Capt. De Keijzer, lfirst Lieutenant Dunn. and Setond Lieutenant Boddy. has reached heights never before attained by the band in presenting themselves as a snappy marthing outfit. The position ol' drum major was very capably filled this year by Cadet Ryden. Although they are not in direct competition with the infantry units at parade, the band has shown extellent marth- ing preeision all year long and has carried on the reputation of former Atademy marthing bands. ln the foreseeable future. the marthing band is seheduled to parade in the annual Spring Holidays XY'eekend in Carlsbad. This is regarded as quite a prixilege by all bandsmen and it is known that they will put on one of the many attomplished displays that they hate been staging all year long. 72 X Y I Y J. 41 iQ: .f QQ. milf X121 1' 1 4 Q... .Q sq i 2 6 ff YQ, 1. ,E 34 f . :VS 4 .-"fl x . 1 ...Q 6 ff ,ff ff V" fy' ' 6 .-" 1 O I X A ,QI . ig I w ' A - , . , .Q ,- i V- . u ' ""s' s K '- rf , , A. . 'L' K - 2 K f o . 1, , J-.v !c 9 A , . Q 'X O 1. 1 ,- 4 . 3 Q - I I 3 , O ,r" . I if fr f- x 4 .ff I -gr 'J xi ff Q. +- X 5 ' I I C' I f" , x .OJ If 1 ff ' S ' H 0 ', "1 A la Y if ,sf . ' ' ' ' ' I R' 1 JK l ,Ty 'A J sl ,r I 'Q .' L ' ' If " -3 'N -. ., , , - 1 av . ' ,Q V I ,A ,7I. 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Moses the team has been coached to a 7--1 record. The team is led by O. Fitzgerald playing -J hrst singles. He is supported by C. Boetticher, H. . Tessada, N. Freer and D. Potts. Playing doubles are C1 O, pnzgemtd ,e,,,,,,, winning ,hm Holmes and B. Savoie in the number one spot while il. Fox and G. Gustafson held down the second posi- tion. Playing the majority of the matches using the round robin system the XVarriors stood up very well. Each singles player is allowed one set with each of the other singles players winning one point for each vic- tory. This method eliminates the possibility of stacking the squad and gives even the last singles man the chance to play some good tennis. The first match of the season was played with Escondido, Suffering sadly from lack of practice, the XX'arriors were defeated soundly. N. Freet and O. Fitzgerald were the only significant victors. After a week of drilling the cadets met Vista. That team proved to be no match for the XY'arriors. N. Freer, C. Psoetticher Kneeling, left to right: D. Polts, G. Holmes, N. Freer. Standing: H. Tesscdc, W. Savoie, O. Fiizgerold, G. Gustafson, Coach H. Moses, J. Fox, C. Boelticher, S. Heclzer, C. M:Cu1cheon, R. Hubbard, Mgr. ns, 1 f" -.sm 'fi 96"-C6355 -,Ms XA 4' C. Boetticher returns the serve Chadwick to play the most anticipated and exciting m cadets dropped the match by one point. eagbte and O. Fitzgerald in the singles and D. Potts and G. Holmes in the doubles were the major winners. In their next meeting the Warriors were to defeat Vista again and this time recapture the perpetual Vista Cup. Easy victories over Oceanside, Fallbrook and University High followed. Coronado and Chadwick proved to be the only blots on the record. After suffering a stinging defeat on their home court the Warriors traveled to atch of the season. In a heartbreaking marathon the The outstanding record which the cadets chalked up allows them to enter the SCIF play-offs. 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Murb 11, J. Le 's, P. ' QII, , B F' y, J ' g , S. b 0 , R B 'gen Th' d w M, g , . S , P. Fa , T. V , E. eu' 11, , nc, , R Caamg cn, R, Tardvo J. D111 , T B o ne, G. De is, C. M C 1h , J, Larwc , Cv. D I y, T. Na II, L, Rassf Ba k . A y, F . . Da 's, R. Jngola, D Chien, J, Lieb , M. B y, J. ONe'I, B. B h IJ, E, Recs , W. S ' , A B ylgs, , , h H CC 7? j I"6LC This year the "A" track team is one of the youngest the Academy has had in many years. M. Burnett, only a junior, was the only returning letterman. He was chosen team captain. The Warriors opened the season with a dual meet with Ramona on March 25. M. Burnett took a first in the 70 yard high hurdles with a time of 9.6. G. Vifalter won the 100 yard dash with a time of 10.6. D. Nydegger jumped 5'2" to take the high jump. D. Seevers. M. Burnett, G. Walters. il. Tate. and M. Whitney all took seconds in pole vault, broad jump, 200, mile and shot put. respectively. The Warriors lost by a score of 42 to 61. Bouncing back on April 7, the Warriors competed in a three way meet with Rancho and julian. M. Burnett ran the 120 high hurdles in 16.4 to win it. C. Hayward and D. Nydegger came in close behind for second and third places. Running the 100 in 10.6 G. Walters won easily N N4 with C. Hayward close be- Yf' 4 1 ' hind for second. E. Recsei and D. Crownover placed 1 second and third in the 440. R. jones took a first in the "s'f'4.'. ' I gf.. im yuh, 880 with a time of 2.19. E. Y gnu Selfors took a second. M. W' Burnett ran the 180 low hur- dles in 21.8 for another first while G. Walter took a first in the 220 with a time of 24.2. Tate ran the mile with a time of 5.09 to place tirst with S. deKeijzer taking second. A. Mitchell put the R. Dunn, Mgr., A. Mitchell, E. Recsei, G. Phillips, Coach R. Gronquist, C. Crownover, M. Whitney, R. Jones, 5hOt fOr the vviflning dis- Coccl' E' D"'o'e' tance of 44 feet. Leaping 19'5", M. Burnett took the broad jump. D. Nydegger and E. Recsei tied for hrst in the high jump to add a few more points. The final tally stood ANA Kneeling, left to right: E. Selfors, M. Burnett, S. de Keiizer, D. Seevers, C. Hayward, J. Tote. Standing: 69, julian 12 and Rancho de Campo 21. Only two boys went from the Academy to the annual Laguna Beach track meet. Sixteen schools from all over South- ern California participated. Tate ran his best mile of the year, 4.47 but it wasn't fast enough to place. R. jones ran the 880. On April 25 ANA traveled to julian for a tri-meet with Ramona and julian. In the high hurdles M. Burnett won with a time of 15.9. He also took the lows in 14.2. G. Wfalters won the 100 in 10.4. Harris took the 220 and 440. The mile was won by Tate in 5.17. M. XVhitney tossed the shot 44'6" to add live more points. D. Nydegger took the high jump with a leap of 5'4". ANA was tied with Ramona until the relay. Ramona edged out the Xlifarrior team to win the meet 51 to -16. julian had only 1 point. The Adjutant goes to press before the League meet. The Adjutant wishes them all the best of luck, 80 Zi ..V i , ,E I 4 . 2 I s .ff ' 'Q' 14 -Y ' V K W gf' , , . J 3' Fri' t ' 5 - i .46 1 if , . O nu '- 'g .f .P 5 ' 57' ' ' an " U - x , W! f' Q ' L3 41 A ng. x I ' 7 Sitwff- ..4 5' -9 -5 '-,QQ M. Burnett shown breaking the twenty foot mark. E. Recsei edges out G. Crownover in quarter mile. yn- . A . fry: ' .H . , 5 W, ,g 1 ' W EMY4'-N3 W 'f Q r r S. V1 ,g,, ' Q . 3 I ,Q 47 I T, -' . A F wifi x x x X D . - -ff-J.: -. -QQW l,.'xY Xxxxxx A. Mikhell puts the shot. R. Jones scores easy victory in .3 -f-LH 4 I ,ji gil, 880. I Ur! 5 4J....... f 2 W A f C. Hayward, E. Recsei, and M. Burnett shown clearing first hurdle. C. Hayward in action. - va i . f f 47-- jfre Cfadd 0 7962 The Brel fll1155IUCl1 illflhlklgll nut yet 115 nuture .15 lst wr Znd Ll.155ITTCiIT, h.1ye sl111yyn theinselyes tu he .1 fine tl.1ss with great p11tent1.1l. Tl1e tl.1ss 11.15 greutly .1dded tu LJITTPL15 lile tl1r11ugl111ut tl1e ye.1r. During the entire ye.1r tl1ey h.1ye xxnrlxed very well .1s .1 unit .HILL h.1x'e dune yery xx ell 111d1x'1du.1lly 111 .1t.1den1ies. Altl11111gh only in tl1eir sewnd year of high sth1111l the 5rd CQl.1ss1nen h.11'e spre.1d nut into 111.111y .1t'tixi- ties .111d h11x'e sl111m1 that they will he youd e.1111p11s le.1ders 111 future ye.1rs. The 5rd glass sponsored the Cihristrngts Dunne this ye.1r .111d .1ls11 sex'e1'.1l other .ntiyities nn CLIITTPLIS. Sergeant K. Bustielc 11.15 dune LL superb job with tl1e 5rd filL155lTTC'IT .LS their LLLLYISUF .111d lTQLS led the111 thrnuggh .1 5L1QL'C5SfLll year. Tl1e el11s5 utheers were: CQ. Ciuenther. Pregidentg R. XXiIlll.LITTS. Vit'e-Presidentg M. Skl.1r. Tre.1surer1 cj Barter. SeL'ret11ry1 and lf. Ostendnrf, SCfgC.lITI'.LL-AVITTS. Front row, lett to rrght S. Westbrook, R Levi, R. Erdman, L. Quigley, J. Kessler, C Smith, B. Brttoker, S. Schnc der, F Cstendorf, K, Reyr1oldson,J. Rhodes, F Bradfor R, Lindberg, K Stewart, S Smith, R Fox, R Heaton, D. Sm1th Second row R. Welch, D. Coughlin, J Kay, V. Edler, K Mo1Ium, J Lotts, R, Crevolrn, T Wllqox, J Evans, G Thomas, S. Wolt, T Stephenson, C M:Vey, T. Cavarress, E Fowler, R. Wore, B Harrington Th rd row N Begerow, S Smith, J Fulton, B. M1IIer,S. Schoetter C, Bqnett, C Guenther, Master Sergeant K Boshtk, Class Advisor, R. Williams, M. Sklar, C Dtnes, D Caspary, T Bullard, K Shelhoup, R F1eId, P, Pgna, G, Holmes Fourth row R Wrse, S. Hodge, W Boethcher, M. Chapman,J DArcy, W, Conger, R Rust, R Re-.s, R Jones, M Thompson, J Gearon, .I Hussong, N Kanter, Nydegger, R Ciszek, A, Keeth, H2 doo Front row, left to right: T. Smith, B, Hershey, J. Webster, M. Phillips, L. Higgins, K. Sears, K. Bower, N. Freer, M. Stoner, K. Wurts, S. Zahniser, S. Rhodes, P. Colletti D. Evans, K. Collins, B. Garcia, R. Heaton, J. Rutter, R. Waugh, C. Myslivy. Second row: R. Swing, J. Burden, K. Fabrick, G. Chalfant, J. Wyatt, D. Potts, J. Hight, G Darby, C. Bratton, Mr. Peter Brookhart, Class Advisor, T. Heimple, J. Miller, K. Ford, C. Harbold, R. Parker, R. Hubbard, W. McMahon, J. Benvenutti. Bock row: T. Pretty man, J. Burdick, O. Taft, R. Escabedo, S. Collins, A. Test, T. Smith, D. Lange, D. Cameron, B. Johnson, J. Klinger, C. Goode, C. Ingold, J. Limacher, F. Vang, N. Ross bach, R. Hildebrand, W. Harmon. The Freshman Class. well-known as a jovial group on campus, has worked hard all year in many phases of campus life and has come through the year with a tine record. The eith class is looking ahead to future years and taking an active part in all campus activities. The class sponsored the Valentines Dance which turned out very well after much hard work. A numher of -ith Classmen have participated in junior varsity sports and have received letters in these. The class has also shown promise through their academic ratings. The class advisor. Mr, G, lirookhart, has helped them much throughout the year. The class otiicers are: President. C, Brattong Vice-President. T, Heimpleg Secretary. G. Darhyg Treasurer. VI. Millerg and Ser' geant-at-Arms. S. Zahniser. Ulm aaa 0 7963 ii. x I S 1 9 2 Q 5 f Q 1 f f f 4, 5 -31.64 'W 'Ay ew -ww,-q A., .L-,T5,MurF1 -A ,fn 45 uf" Wil "-H--an Q.. 5 ? , Qtffiisf isl- gg. s n JP , . J 1: ' s , L 1 ' . V, J' Lfffiif 'g i. 'S' .1?!,Hm, v, 14 fe? ' pg: 1515? ' 1' ' Q. FN . -1,-2,9 XX r ul, '.',l.1,.!j,.- ., 5 .I Q ' ci-I - , 1212, 'fp ," W Liga' ' 4' - 1. Zhi 54 4 X L r 6 - 5535 ' rl .2 , V ff 233' 'uifi-.,'.ie C' r , mg? , my Q i 4 9 f av 2:3 ""'i+i xv N-, Qu'-v.. 4' 3 A 1 5 1 ', . . ai 1, " .- 4' ,. A H ' A '-I' A ". fefjo I o' , 'L 'T . 4 Y , , i Q .A , 1 4 'I ,Lg ' ' .-.., HM A Cl... l funny. Y Refi' G. Holmes scrssors 5l5'. R. Sfwupc cosily wins rn the century G Wolters, sfcr sprinter ... fy,-,Q cc Q 77 j I"ClC The "fl" track team this year has heen hindered hy losing a great numher of last years performers to the "ls" stjuad. Their first meet was with Ramona in which they lost hy a close score of 58 to 56. T, Bullard tools a first in the 660 with a time of l.-li. R. Shupe ran the 120 low hurdles for the first and T. Heimple ran the 180 for the first. Ci, Holmes tools a pair of seconds in the hroad jumps and high jumps. ANA also copped the relay. Xlfhen the "Cs" faced julian and Rancho on April 7 the going was tough. Ci. Holmes w as the only memher of the team to place first. He jumped 5'-1" to win the high jump and a leap of l"6" won the hroad jump for him. R. Shupe and T. Bullard xx ere able to take seconds in several events hut Ranchos team was too much for the XY'arriors. The final score showed ANA 25, julian 5. and Rancho 50. G. Walters ran "CQ" at Laguna Beach and in doing so took a second in the 100 yard dash. He then went on to tie the meet record in the 180 with a time of 19,5 thus setting a new school record, G. Holmes placed fifth in the high jump. The road to victory seems to he a long way off for the "CQ" scjuad this year hut with the spirit they have shown so far anything could happen. Kneeling, left fo right R. Shupe, G. Wolters, T. Helmple. Standing P. Colleffi, Mgr., T. Bullard, J. D'Arcy, .,b'. ,. ' - . My M. M 1 we-lf -ff'-is we M-. ...tt '- . t ......f.'2--nw-K ' -'-f ax, "f ' -Q AW, ,ai-La-.. I' A -A' "-1 s hiv- .-..,... -l I lc My ., Q- .-,"4 wwf? Coach R.Gronquis1, R. Field, G. Holmes, Coach E. Ducofe. T- Hejmpje ,uns jo, me finish jjne- QQ9n on . j .J YA' Acne- I 1,-gy x,-ev H! . 2 at ' , -If " ' Qing? ,al , 1 - if . .,, , X . . 'wi ' mx, as FIU-Hx I ini W f' , -J Q 5 ef-H pw... d"pQT DlxixX1lw,r' Q F R. Oliver Ieods the heap over the loaf hurdle. D. Nydegger shown clearing hurdle. R. Dillon noses out opponent in 660. CC 77 7 The X"4'atrior "IS" track team under the leadership of Coach R. Cironduist and Coach ll. Ducote have so far heen undefeated. The "Hs" got off' to a fine start at their first meet with Ramona defeating them hy a score of 6,1 to 20. R. Carroll ran the 100 in 10.9 to place first. He also took a first in the 120 low hurdles. R. Dillon placed first in the 660 with a time of 1.58 and then went on to take a first in the high jump and 70-yard high hurdles. jeff Harris broad jumped 18'5" for a first with R. Oliver running the 220 for another first. Others to place were C. McVey. K. Lieber. Rossbach and Snyder. On April 7 the "B" squad met Julian and Rancho and the competition got rough. R. Carroll took first in the 100 and 120 low hurdles. R. Dillon came in with firsts in the 660 and high jump, R. Oliver placed first in the 220 and third in the 120 low hurdles. Ci. Test. R. Dillon and R. Carroll also took seconds in other events. The final tally stood ANA 57. Julian 22. and Rancho del Campo 55. At Laguna Beach M. Burnett ran "li" in the high hurdles and did the broad jump. He took first in the high hurdles with a time of 95 tieing the school record and also he took a fourth in the hroad jump. R. Carroll, R. Oliver. Harris, and M. Burnett ran the relay with a time of 1.11 to hreak the school record. J- Hf""f 92's Of' "i""1"9 PU'- Kneeling, ren lo right. A. Test, C. Mfvey, iz. Oliver, iz, onion, J. H.-was ,s. Collins, standing P. content, Mgr., D. Nydegger, A. Carroll, Couch R. Gronquisf, J. Lieber, A. Snyder, Coach E. Ducofe. I if Y, J X Q ig ' "" V "- 'vs ., E. Stonlon uncorks a big hook. D. Seeverx squeezes the run azross. D. Keown raps a single. Kneeling, left to righl: B. Hershey, E. Pearlman, S. Zahnixer, D. Keown, D. See vers, R. Pina, G. Bradford, B. Harringlon R. Reis. Slanding, left to right: J. Davis, W. Fruehling, F. Knauerf, H. Sommers, Coach John A. Malucci, M. Whitney, R. Rust, P. Fonsher, J. Vincent. N. Begerow bangs oul a lriple. F. Knauert scoops, and throws him oul. G. Bradford keeps the Warriors alive. 4..-,...-Q... 'px--X - A ....,, . 4 v -3 ' V x ' 1 V 3 -..,. .fir Y , 4 IX 1 .,. ,' ' ns 9 . 1 , .Lug -'zu ' J" S . , 4-v 4,- C """"i-.. - xv "' -st. Y z . . - -1-..- Magda! As the book goes to press, the crucial part of the season has not yet been reached. Coach john Maffucci was pleased with the number of returning lettermen for this year's team. The Warriors were given extreme depth again this year by the perform- ances of D. Seevers and D. Keown. Don Seevers is leading the team as Captain. He and Don Keown were both all-league selections on last year's team. The team's only weak spot is its pitching staff with only E. Stanzon and B. Fruehling as the starting pitchers. The Wfarriors opened the season against a small but scrappy Carlsbad nine. The cadets, plagued by inexperienced pitching and unable to really meet the ball, went down by a score of 8 to 1. Many new players from the sophomore and junior classes have become part of the team this year. In their next encounter the Warriors opened their league play. The Warriors hosted a strong Rancho team. Ed Stanton again getting the mound pitched a score- less game until the sixth inning. The Warriors folded and went down 5 to 4. Travel- ing to Mt. Empire for the third game the Warriors again fought off a late rally and took home a five to four victory. Hershey went all the way for the cadets to tally his first victory. Rested for a week by the forfeit of a game with Julian, the cadets traveled to National City and whitewashed San Miguel 13-0. N. Bigerow and E. Stanton joined forces and pitched a hitless game. The Warriors next traveled to Ramona where the Bulldogs dumped the cadets 9-5. The Bulldogs scored seven runs in one inning on two homeruns. Bill Fruehling came in and limited the Bulldogs to one run after that. Fruehling then took over the pitching job in the next encounter against Mt. Empire. The hard throwing junior pitched the Warriors to a 9-0 victory and got himself a no-hitter. Fruehling missed a perfect game by four walks. On April 26, the Vifarriors traveled to Campo to avenge an earlier defeat by Rancho Del Campo. The Warriors came home with a tremendous 22-2 victory. They scored twelve in the second inning and followed with eight in the sixth for the bulk of the scoring. Ron Reis did a fine job in his first pitching performance. jeff Davis led the team in hitting with two doubles and a single with four at bats. Next year's team looks as if it will be just as strong if not more powerful. Cn the starting lineup there are only two seniors, leaving seven starters to return. mmafiuk ma. s .543 if - .4 al 'i..'i 'giit':.J....ail-.ir'a.ea a -.- Front row, left fo right: Z. Smith, A. Gregg, W. Graham, M. Sierks, K. Coates, J. Thomas, M. Mahan, C. Whitney, J. Swaim, A. McClintock, C. Cuneo. Second row: R Feist, R. Long, J. Allerdyce, R. Mackay, R. Paulus, R. Kissich, R. Riddell. Third row: T. Jonker, G. Gibson, Capt. H. Moses, F. Wynkoop, R. Ede. Fourth row: S. Lucas K. Ceralo, T. Woodford, G. Unwin, L. Dennis, J. Lipman, R. Fitzgerald. Fifth row: R. Evans, F. D'Amica, W. Sunderman, C. Ralphs, K. Rodgers, M. Blechynden, L. Gill W. Stickney, G. Jones, M. lzbicki. The cadets on this page are the leaders of the junior School and will form the core of next years Freshman Class. The Sth Class has taken an active part in all forms of junior School activities. Many of these cadets have gone out for several junior school sports and by doing so have learned the lessons of sportsmanship and fair play. The class has maintained a hne academic standing and will no doubt hold or improve upon it next year. The class advisor. Capt. H, Moses. has done an excellent job in guiding them through the year. Other class officers are: G. Gibson. Presidentg F. XVyncoop, Vice-Presidentg R, lide. Secretaryg and Thomas. Ser- geant-at-Arms. sri, QM ale -. ..W.,-.. 2 ,,-S,,. . , i , 4. im... ...W ...fn A -o M..- qua, .. I - ' 5,1 f -his Ib 52' ' 1 1 n , c . - I . X .. R. .. 4 . ..-4 .. 1 ....-.y.- -4.- K...-.- ,LN6 T Hi is Q 1 : I W X 1 ' ' 4 - ,, ...Q , ...... 3 ,... .,, ,. .......-L. fl . . . - . D 4 9 o ' F' . , ,T , .40--qv.. 1 . f 1 1 ,, -L-..mwa, ,,M.. ' ' Q ' a ---if L W ' . .Ll 1 ,..4,,. LW if I1 f"f,,,, Q S f f " ,,M,A, H Q n 4-if-' fi ' M -1- i Q ,1L g a WM ,,.,I,,,, 5 . 5 Q. 'yy X .129-' ..,,. , ,, I., 1 f- QW at '-r I. 0I7ll1'lCLI'lC!ClIflfi5 Q Ni,lwt.mx zmmxzzng .md dlwlyllllt 111 IhL'Cl'Vi'N 1'IYc,ik1k'IN 'N LIVJLI' th. xL1,m-rxwwl of th. 'If1.w..al Surf. Nhjvr Ikm 4 . f-rllzm :rn hw mx? mu .11 thx. :M.z.i.u:x lux Illlui thu fmt vl fnmz11.x11.i,111z wr Cmiztx um L'rInm11IIx Leif ro nghr Ccpv. W. Atkinson, Moi. C. Hopkins, Copv, F. Burgess, Moi. D. Collms, Copv. D, SVOH, Ccpv. H. Moses, M Sgt. K. Bosiick. YS!! ,gnu Thy t.utn.1l mr 1 m L ., Q mmlud A1.11lx lruimmnflmx .md ruruuug Numl.u' Vu - - A ' ,uv I. .ulyy A L W , L f.lV!.l!Il ID, Null. lL1r11-vrANI1-ml C lmmulub i ' 4.1111 ui CJJLIN. lux uhm -'ur ilu- kilNk1- ,Imux .uni .mlmmrx .fllllllllg Jurmu -11 ilu , X , C0990-n T. Trcwner, nwghv offnqer Ccpicm D. SIOII, Jumor School Commcndonv of Cadets -fwig, av- Ql9CLl"tI1'lQlfl! C,.xpr.1in l"r.1nk Burgas is thc PmI1Ssir il Nli irirx emu .md Tqrtirw ,md ls in rhargc ur' lit i irlrx ID mum. llc xupcrxiws duly drill .md R O f r uxu Fran! row, lei? fo right J Lu r lun Pearlman, E. Sellfors, R. Dilons Fgvin ef O'NeiI, Standing- Capi. F ur es D r McGahee, S. Hecker, R, S uar H Firzsimmong M Sgt. K. Bosvick. .91 2. Q b 'I l 'x The Rifle Team has rmrhcd .1 wry high lcxcl ul' prufilicmy .xml has rimdc m.my out- 5t.1mling rcmrds in m.1rl-csmmship. Birth Ci.lI,5f.1lfl Burgas and Sgt, Bustirk .irc in Lhargc of tmming this tum. Scrgmnt Majur KL-rmcth Bostiik is the .usistam Priircswr ut' Military Scicmc ,mil 'llxrtirs .md is in Lhargu ot' the hcgiiming R,O.T,CQ. rllssu .unl .ilw SLlPL'l'XlNL'S thi Armory. Captain O. C. Haines, night officer M Sgi K. Boshck, Assisianf PMSGT. Q 5 Of icem i 0l'l0d V, 4 an v ' I' m 4 4 Fron! row, left lo right D. Seevers, A. de Keiizer, C. Boeilicher, E. Shaw, T. Krueger, Major D. S. Collins, G. Bell, J. Peckham, l. Semenzo, A. Fernandez, G. Williams. Back row, left lo right: J. O'Neil, J. Wilson, F. Knuuerl, G. Phillips, R, Dunn, W. Boddy, D. Keown. In the hands of the commissioned ofiicers is placed the responsibility of supervising the military aspect of Academy life. From Maj. T. Krueger down to the platoon leaders these cadets fill major posts in the battalion to insure top military training. drill and discipline. 96 ' in Olfl' Olflflif K ,,o.. Y of init' " ,fi A In F 9 ,in fa 1 g N 1 ' ' i l H E ' 6 ' 1 l s l 1 I 41- - 't .14-?9. 1 atvvv .- If .ui O, I, ' -...uv-5, ,Lf 5: U' .,, Front row, left to right G. Walter, O. Fitzgerald, C. Guenther, C. Smith, H. Sommer, G. Gustafson, E. Sellfors, R. Dillon, E. Lloyd, R. Ryden, R. Oliver, W. Lundy, D Chilen, E. Pearlman, R, Waugh. Second row N. Ross, M. Walker, C. Hayward, S. de Keiizer, S. Hecker, W, Savoie, R. Stuart, J. Fox, W, Ligon, J. Lunkes, W, Fortig, I Dlke, B, Fay, D. Caspary, D. Taylor, Third row: R. Pina, E. Stanton, G. Holmes, P. Sosna, H. Fitzsimmons, R. Field, R, Williams, G. McGehee, T. Bullard, W. Erickson J. Favinger, G. Dennis. Fourth row G. Daley, R. Rolfe, A. Test, R. Crevolin, J. Lance, E. Roe, D. Lindberg, R. Ware, E. Fowler, T. Stephenson, K. Shelhoup, G, Crownover G. Murbach, J. Benvenutti. Fifth row P. Pena, W. Boetticher, R. Baertschiger, S. Hobson, D. Nydegger, J. Hussorvg, R. Bacon, M. Thompson, M, Berry, W, Turner, J D'Arcy, R. Brewer, R. Erdman, C. McVey. Sixth row C. Barrett, G. Ridley, K. Fabrick. R. Vlelzh. On this page .tre pietureel the nun-etmmmissioneel ntheers uf the hgittttlitmn. Their jirh is rn support and entry -rut the orelers tif the uttieers enrps. The experience whieh they reeeive in these lower ptisitinits xxill prepare them ttf step into the posts xxterttetl hy the grtttlugtting iatheers. lj' l . 1. ',-gfrf-'-r.vx:'. wifi gg" A ,?1?4g"g,'Xl if ifV3f:i"'4f'ffIf'N 5'1" "5 N -me' ff .. -v""""'w' 'Q UU t fr lo .T Z A Q 1 ' W ' nr' ,xr-. u , vp' , k..- 'VI xr 'Il ,,,' H K Y r "- ":"!"""m' HLQS Jsr'x' 41:1 -' ' 2' ff I rig,-'Q ' U74 'tk QE Milf, ,K 1 L' Q ! 5 Ii-'Q m dwg lv n' . .' "sig, -. t ww .U 'g ' H! -2 E,-f" "Sv'f'3?",i:2"'f 'fr' 'V if ' f:-TFP" 'V' V """"'rQfg'N 4 xN 1 N qi! 2 ff S ' 0,4 0' 'G is ,, , R ' f '- A, 'S X ' ' N ' Qc ,I I , A 9 5 I , . 1 Y 1 r wa Q V . 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Boevrlcher, Ihc lmdclslmlp uf the hull.-1' C.l.m 11.15 hlllcu rm the 511-fuldcls uf the AQ1YlSCI'.ll1L1 thc Sc'111urUHHcrx N11-mn .llN1XL'. 'I'l1cxLmL-swaf rl1cCQl.1w5wf 1961+ Ill its m.my .iptivitics .md I'L'SIWUI15llWIllflL'x lux lm-cn Jus Ku rlmq 1IIfL'llltQL'Ilf .xml rcspumlblc lc.zdcrsl11p uf tlww mdcu, enior' gcem lull 0 'Q AV' mf- m1Y'PW'ifAif 'ff "W X x if .1 'P ff 3 uf" f Q 0' Jim' 'v 'vm 5 . fy- , 5, .K -sh 5' ,pp A- 9- 'X 5 4 r 0- . fbi,-My n, , ' 'Q 'Q ' '4"' ? Y j U 13 H- , 7' 5 I s. s s .xg .N at xx ,X XA 'VS Y'- vx 4-1 . i -.a x V x Na -v mx '1'1 r v . w xx 'gr rl I 1 R' Q ,sf ' -vvi 'FAQVILT Q 9 -' A 'TL Q 'f s fl 'I s Avg: 'Af' Q ' !'4- 'na 1 '- 1 A12 On M.iy ' the Thirtl CQl.iss sptiiiwred the .miiu.il jiimtir Primm. The theme mis .i white ru I-Irixmii sri .ill tif the eleeirtitmm xuygewteel .m .itmtisphere til thix trtmpitiil inle, Large tl.im 5hellx. p.ilm trees. ..iitl tlewr.it1x'e rlmwers m.itle the tl.mte tltitir glimmer with the true he.iutv of the i5l.mel5. The xuills .iriwimtl the tltmr xx ere lmeel m .1 se.islitire mtitif with ii teilmg tif piper tltm ers twer- he.itl. A will tif streamers mubpemleel dtmn ru the tl.mte tltitir. The ftitid Nkgis mervetl in gi native hut from glam shellm. The jiiniurs gave their tl.ite5 Hriwriii.m leis whieh helped to curry will the theme tif the eveiimg. During the course tif the evening .1 shim xxris presented. feiitiirimg I-l.ixx.iiiim hLil.i girls. T.ihiti.m tl.mt'er5 rmtl Siirntmn tire .mtl sxumrtl tlrimers. The Cadets mxriyetl to the musie tif B.irr I-liizlett rmel his thirteen-pieee tirthestrri. The musie featured melodies friim the Isldmls, The ,hinitirs iire rn he ttmgrtitiildted for their vmrlc iii ere.it- mg gi lweiiutiful Heiwiiiigim ritiimspliere which miiele the el.mce one tif the wut- staiitling weiril events inf the stlwtnl yeiir. l"s!" qt!-55 Bud Hozlen and his Orchestre. ijlce Junior rom llll L Claude Gordon As a climax to the social season the First-class- men presented Claude Gordon and his "Gordon Clan" at the Senior Prom. The Gordon Clan was recognized as the top new band of the year 1959. The band featured as a vocalist Miss Darts Alex- ander. The highlight of the evening was a performance by Miss Connie Haines, popular recording star for Dot Records. In decorating the Prom the first-classmen chose as their theme "A Military Ball," and in keeping with this the auditorium was festooned with decora- tions representing all phases of the military. The Prom, with its beautiful decor and excellent dance band, was a "piece de resistance," a parting gift to the cadet corps from "The Class of 605' we enior rom 5 Molor Tom Krueger Outstundmg Sensor The qualltles encompassed In the word Leadershup are elusuve and hard to define Inherent ln the word IS moral strength mtellectual capaclty the ablluty to durect and a sense of lustace and fanrness that wull never accept or tolerate a solutlon lncompatlble wuth personal ethics When a young man holds these qualltles wlthm himself and without fear or bllnd prlde exercises them lustly the staff of the Adlutant confers on hum the hughest honor ut can offer any cadet Outstandlng Sensor Tom Krueger won thus accolade because he won this honor by his work and by the example he set to has fellow cadets Captoln Carl Boethcher Most Likely to Succeed Carl Boettlcher receuved the choice s Most Lukely to Succeed as a trnbute to the fruendly but constant determlnatnon he has shown un the years he has been wath us Hus IS a nature that chooses a path and with doggedness and untellngence pursues ut to a planned end A sense of humor and a com plete relectnon of mlustuce mark ham as one who wall reach the top by faur means and who will hold has post with unassumlng dlgmty ufdfan ing enior 106 N .fn 1 1, . . - . "z,gl. 1 . .. 1 - H - - - 11 - 11 . . . . . . I- ' -- 1 1 1 1 1 ' Q ' ' ' ' 11 . Il - 1 1 G. rs- - Don Seevers "Besl Athlete" ln a school such as ours, athletics plays an important and respected role. Don Seevers has neither the overpowering strength or height often associated with athletes. But he has, within himself, the greatest and most necessary quality demanded by sports: courage. Against far greater odds than those faced by others, he has participated successfully in the most gruel- ling encounters and brought to these games his profound sense of fair play and his inborn cour- age. To him goes the honor of "Best Athlete." Don Keown A "Best Sportsman" Graham Bell is a gentleman. Behind that statement is a recognition of the fact that he has never made an enemy, that he has never taken an undue advantage, and that his basic respect for all human beings is part of his heart and his soul. With it goes a sunny tempera- ment, unruffled by momentary storms, and a deep sense of friendliness and joy that surrounds and makes his company a pleasure. To him goes the coveted honor of "Most Popular," enior onord l07 What is a sense of sportsmanship? To win fairly, to win cleanly, to win graciously. These are the qualities that his classmates recognized in Don Keown when they gave him the accolade of "Best Sportsman," It means, too, that the bearer of this honor will never allow his victories to hurt others or his dis- appointments to destroy him. Graham Bell 'Most Popular" ear iarg: Ten years from now Ill read this again and either Ill shoot myself for saying too much. too true. and too soon , . . or . . . l'll wonder why I held back so many things I thought should get an airingf . . . Rank fell like meteors on the deserving and on others and it caught many of us by complete surprise to know that not only were we new to the task of commanding the battalion but also that a new commandant was new at the task of commanding the Corps! . . . Vile had a senior banquet that ought to get in the books. particularly if a tape recorder had been used to bring to posterity the reminiscences that Colonel Atkinson and others regaled us with , . . Coach Maffucci, our adviser and football coach, had a relatively calm year, Dear Diary, but then it was about time he had one! . . . Total score for the first month in the Collins-Stoll "Soak- lim Derby" . . . 1585 to l-499 . . . won by Major Collins . . . Both the Autumn Ball and the Christmas Dante were dreams to remember and the bevy of pretty girls who came made the ballroom look like a garden of color , . . The only thing that held up Cottage A were the termites holding hands across the gaping holes in the walls until the maintenance department called the exterminators first and the plasterers later . . . Sombocly is always spoiling our fun: first Dean lide called for semester examsfan abso- lutely unnecessary and useless waste of activity time and then the lfntrance College Board got into the act and gave us a few bad moments . . . The basketball season will not be forgotten with the Academy winning the big ones by half a cat's whisker and finally trimming Ramona in the playoffs . . . and after that edging Tustin . . . The Adjutant budget kept going up and up and Ed Shaw and his gang kept turning in the shekels to give us the best book, the first all-color page. and the best financial set-up ever . . . And one to remember is the fateful Sunday when Mr, Olbes. in full dress, joined the Sunday parade, and gave the military staff conniption fits. The sight of Captain Burgess chasing Mr. Olbes across the parade grounds while parents howled with laughter will remain in our minds for years . . . It's been a good year, a friendly year and a rich year . . . Memories keep flooding back. memories that will continue to glow with the years . . . Next came the hustle and bustle of Federal Inspection and the entire tactical staff turned the campus upside down and inside out. Inspecting officers told us the per- formance was topsf . . . Score one more for old ANA . . . Come to think of it, when you're fifty, as we are this year, we can refer to the Academy as old ANA . . . Every- body grows older except Col. Atty and Mr. Olbes, both stuck at thirty-nine . . . The new building kept rising and suddenly we had a new addition to the campus . . . and before we knew it the Valentines Dance was on and another night of fun and pleasure . . . The last lap coming up, fast . . . faster than we ever thought it would . . . The hurry-up jobs for The Adjutant took precedence and the Pasadena Play saw the Thes- pians at their best . . . and then 'lim Hannon got ready for his play festival, which was a hit .,.. 1 nd . . . when Mothers Day weekend came along, we knew then that the end was in sight . . . XY'e of the staff had a shock when we learned Ray johnson was very ill but recovering nicely now '... and soon , , . very soon it came. The end of our high school careers at Army and Navy. for many of us the end of seven or six or five or four years. Always a part of us will be here. where we spent the "golden years." and always. across the vista of the years. we will remember the voice of a friend. the thrill of a victory, the glow of a hope. and the brightness of dreams . . . always . . , Dear Diary . . . always . . . always. IOS Ollaiff GHC! ljtllfllenf Abrams-I leave my smoking permit to Wee XX'ee Vfalters in hopes that he will use it as fully as l did. Baconkl leave with no regrets. Bell-l leave Zoo pounds and hve inches to Captazzi btoll. Betzel leave to re-adjust my-elff Blackel leave Major Cvllins his favorite word. Hregulatgtnf' Boddy-l will to Sergeant Bostick my Senior privile-ues to the phone and my hopes that he may never run out of dimes. Boetticher. C.fI leave my Honor Council bat to the disappointed parent. Borquez-I leave my good temper and enduring heart to Senator Blovvhard. Bustamante. A.-I leave my upper iabisimo to the butcher. Chubb-l leave my Chine-'e accent to Mr. Olbes. Contreras-l. the big Chili. leave a big chili to the butcher. De Keijzef. A.-l will one English Four notebook to my brother Steve. and a "club" card to Bob Dunn. Dillon-l le-.ive to the fuzure Bain Hall Apartment occupants my ability to start wars with Cottage A. Duryee-l'm gone, Fernandez-l leave my house brats to Mr, Z so he can water vkj with them. l:oX. j.-l leave to A., A. Polhamus some of my Hllklliln to go wth all his Hcornf' 5? Gomez-l leave the little "Vl'est Point of the Vfest' to "the al- miglttyl' m.o.s.C. Guitronel leave my path to the beach for anyone who wants to ditch Federal. next year, as l did this year. Gustafson-l vvill the campus television in hopes that some future resident of Rec Hall may have time to watch it. Heclver-A-l leave my self-control to Major Hopkins. Keowne l leave the junior School to whoever has enough forti- tude to take tt. Krueger--l leave my position on the Honor C.ouncil to anyone who's popular. l.igon-i'HOlNGf" l.loyd--l.e.tve a paid six month course to Charm bchool to Major Collins. I-undysAl leave to Sosna and Pearlman the legend of Kafoozalum that they may glorify her name and reputation. Hi Ho Kafoozl Lunkes-l leave my parking space to Sergeant Bostick so that he might be caused no further inconvenience. McDonough-NX'hy leave? l'm almost never here! Plcfvehee-I will a bit of discretion to those who have received a bit of witty advice from this page. Maftin-I leave in hopes that Major Collins will achieve his little "Wet Point of the XX'est." Mitchelfl will a hir of consolation to all those like myself who have no outstanding abilities or talents. Nevares-Leave! Why? l left three years ago, Oliver. R.-l will to Major Hopkins one set of ea? plugs In be u-ed when controlling class. Oliver, Vifvl leave my kite and string to anyone with flying ability. Passmore-l promise never to shave. or get a h.1ii'cut. Phillips. G.-l leave everyone else's girls to themse-l.es. Pina. R.-I. being of sound mind and feeble body. do hereby leave my compadres from Nogales my uncanny ability to get off soaks. Rhodes. T.-I leave 2500 empty Marlboro packs to Major Collins for decoration of the Commandants ofhce. Robinsone' l leave the Academy with a few new neurosii. Roe-I leave to the Adjutant staH my ability as a "promising" salesman. Rolfe-l will to Tom Bullard my ability to be smart. 5eeverseThat's the way the Kookie crumbles. is crumbling. has crumbled. Semenza-To leave or not to leave . . . Vfhat a que-stionf Shaw-l leave Cottage A to anyone strong enough to hold it up. Stanton-l. being "beat." leave for Greenwich Village. New York, with the rest of my kind. Tessada-Being of sound body and mind l hereby bequeath the "raza" to "Big jay" and a taco to "Short Fat Charlie." Turner-I'm going. heck. I'm gone! Vincent-l will my lamp shade to Dennis Ptttts in hopes that he'll keep the glow' perpetual. Xlfalkerfl leave my ottice in the Mickey Mouse Club to the next stinky-poo who I hope resembles .1 rodent. Vfharton-fl leav e Colonel Atkinson one bottle of 'Lady Clairolf XX'llll.llTlN. Cif'-l leave my smoking permit to 'Gtemlinf' Xxlllsttfl. ,l.--I lease the thought to all would-be non-tonfozmists. "Do what you want but dont get cauglttf' 109 THOMAS EDWARD KRUEGER Entered: September, 1954. Honorrz "Outstanding Senior", Silver "A," 59, 605 Honor Council, 59, 60, Pres., 60, President, Senior, Sophomore, Freshman Classes, Secretary, junior Class, Quill and Scroll, 59, 60, Pres., 60, Distinguished Military Cadet. Aclizfitierz Adjutant Stafi, 57, 58, 59, 60, Science Club, 58, 59, 60, Pres., 60, Letterman's Club 59, 60. Awardr G Ribbonr: Bank of America Achievement Award- Science and Mathematicsg Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Academic Superiority, Disciplinary. Medals--Bain Science Trophy, 59, Mathematics, 57, 58, 595 Scholarship, 59, Peter Burke English Trophy, 59, Ameri- canism Contest, Second Place, 59. Atlalelicrz Basketball, 59, 60. Final Rank: Major. Dertination: California Institute of Technology. WILLIAM GRAHAM BELL, JR. Enterea': September, 1954. Honors: Silver "A," 59, 60, Honor Council, 59, 60, President, junior Class, Vice-President, Senior, Sophomore, Freshman Classes, Quill and Scroll, All League Football, 60, Best Lineman, 60, Most Popular. Actizfitier: Science Club, 59, 60, Adjutant Staff, 58, 59, 60. Awards G Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Disciplin- ary, Academic Excellence. Medal-Most Improved in Scholarship, 59. Atbleticr: Football, 57, 58, Capt. 59. Final Rank: Captain Executive. Derlination: University of Arizona. N N 6 5' ARD E I?T Q-1 .., T,En!eregS3ept er, 1956. 'g Honor Co il 0, Quill and Scroll, 59, cf, X 0 res., 60. X Q! gftivx 5: Science Club, 9, g Lettermen's Club, 58, 59. N-74' , Adjutant , 59 g W rr or Staff, 59. Ev 'a1'a',rQJRg b nr on is linary, Personal Appear- kbs z Academi iorit Zig: ank: Capt ' Adjutant. ertinalion: Stanford University. 110 ARDKWM' wb' mf ' " ' KWWTW-.WML JOHN HAROLD PACKHAM, JR. l f vii' LLWCA IV, is B 'ldI'ICHFfiy Enferedz Se tember. 1956. lf . 1, r' e 3 iq er. 5 J , , 1 , i Honorr: Quiill and Scroll. 60. i r ' .' Qigfblalo dPlCoyFff60g Treas- Acliritier: Adjutant Staff. 59. 60, Masque and XY'ig. er,,',Jun 'l ssf'Secr5lary. epzlbr Class: Quill 58. 59. 60, Lettermens Club 58. 59. Sec.. 60. tif' anglfiyojkg Lilcbjy go suggea. Auurdr G Ribbnnr: Ribbons-Personal Appearance. '- .puff fyblriti : Sfyence g A julia Staff: Lettermen's Disciplinary. ,LQ ' ,G Q! Atlaleiifrz Swimming, 58. 59. 60, Football. 58. 59. JU' .iizzlzfdir 'fRibbom: Rib o s-Personal Appearance. Co-Capt., 59. MLM tgklfad HYC Superiority. isciplinary. Firm! Rank: Captain. Tennis. 58, 59.60. Derlimztimzz United States Air Force Academy. Film! Raine: Captain. A ' Dexfizztzfifnzz Pomona College. . -, 'S' ' C i iflf f i?1Qg2Q? l A S' Ji. I N H 1, e-S' R" x X 1 ,M t N ,V 1 X . ke V H 17 X I Us . X5 NN SJ . I l , - ,, ll ty' fl if 5 G - J - Nx, 'QM N if TLP , V M N' 1 er. lil? My W A ls! i p Hw1or,r' X in df ember. 1957, Aclizifieiz Science Club. 59 60' L ilver "Ang Honor Council, 605 Quill and XY'arrior Staff. 57, 58, 59. 60, Dance Band, 58659. S l . 60. ' ir! fer. Science lub.J58. 59, 601 Adjutant Stall. Azz'm'd.f 6 Rilaffwzrz Bank of America Achievement l 59, 60 Ch i , , 59, Pres.. 593 XY'arrior Stall. Award-Eine Arts, Ribbons-Personal Appear- lx Auurdr j lklz e ibbons-Personal Appearance. ance, Disciplinary, Medals-Americanism Con- lt Dis' ' ca emic Excellence. test. First Place. 583 Most Improved Musician. 57: lin I R 1 Cap ai . Most Valuable Band Member. 59. Der! mu' 11: Men jr. College. Firm! Rank: Captain. J Derfimztifmz United States Naval School of Music. l LAWRENCE JOHN SEMENZA ARNE 'IOHAN DE KEIJZER Ill ALBERTO FERNANDEZ DONALD FARRELL SEEVERS Entered: September, 1957. Entered: September, 1956. Honors: Silver "A," 60, Most Valuable Player, Soc- Honors: Silver "A," 60: Honor Council, 60: Best Cer, 60, Athlete: Treasurer, Senior Class: All League, Activities: Lettermen's Club, 59, 60. Baseball, 59, Football, 59, Best All-round Back, Awards 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Football, 59. Disciplinary, Academy Superiority. Activities: Lettermen's Club, Vice-Pres., 60, Science Athletics: Soccer, 57, 58, 59. Club, Adjutant Staff. Final Rank: Lieutenant. Au'ara's 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Disciplinary, Personal Destination: piversity of Loyola. Appearance, Academic Superiority. A .lf J, ' Atbletics: Football, 58, 1 ' My 59: Baseball, 58, 59, ff' I 0 ly' Capt. 60, Track, 60. l,:" AJ Z Final Rank: f ' . Lieutenant. Destination : Humboldt State College. 1' effly flyiftlw ,ff I f ,ff :' JW aff Entered: September, 1955. Entered: September, 1955. Honors: Thespian, 60, All League Football, 59. Actirities: Warrior Staff. Activities: Lettermen's Club, Sgt. of Arms, 60, Au'ara's 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Disciplinary, Per- Masque and Wig, 58, 59, 60. sonal Appearance. Awards 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Final Rank: Lieutenant. Disciplinary. Destination: University of California. Berkeley. Atbletics: Football, 58, 59. Final Rank: Lieutenant. Destination: Phoenix College. ROBERT GLEN WILLIAMS JAMES BYRON WILSON 112 DONALD BRUCE KEOWN GEORGE TUCKER PHILLIPS Entered September 1954 Entered September 1957 Honor! Sergeant at Arms Senror Class Best Honou Srlver A 60 Sportsman All League Baseball 58 59 Foot ball 59 Actwztzer Adjutant Staff Lettermens Club 57 58 59 Treasurer 60 Awards 6 Rzbbom' Rrbbons Personal Appe rance Dnscrplmary Academic Excellence Athletzcr Baseball 57 58 60 Capt 59 Football 58 59 Swrmmrng 59 Actzvztzes Scrence Club WHIIIOI Staff Lettermens Club Au mdr 6 Rzbbonr Rrbbons Academrc Supenorrry Dnscxplrnary Personal Appearance Athletzrr Soccer 58 Final Rank Lieutenant Demnatzon Stanford Unrversxty Fzmzl Rank Lieutenant Dertznatzon Unrversr f rma os gpg ,217 0 ck 0 N?i3B1'f4f J 7 Entered September 1951 Honors Qurll and Scroll 59 60 Actzwtzer Lettermens Club 57 58 59 60 Adju tant Staff 57 58 59 60 Award! G Rzbbonr Ribbons Drscrplxnary Aca demic Supernorrty Atlaletzcr Football 60 Tenms 58 59 B' Basket ball Final Rank Battalron Sergeant Major Demnalzon Occrdental College EDWARD WARREN LLOYD 1 1 3 Entered September 1955 Honorr Thespran 57 58 59 60 Aclwztzes Dance Band 56 57 58 59 60 Masque and Wig 57 58 59 60 Chorr 58 59 Aumdr C9 Rzbbonr Ribbons Academlc Superlorrty Drsclplrnary Personal Appearance Fl71dlRdllk Lieutenant Dertznatzon Umversxty ofCal1forn1a Rrversrde WILLIAM MANCHESTER BODDY : , . - : , . . ' , ' . - fr 11 - 1 1 . , . 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 . .,. I . , . , , . . . - - , . . ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - . ' . L 4 , ' - u , . , . 1 - . . Z 7 7 7 7 '7 I 7 2 ' 7 I 7 ' S, Q ' ele " ' A -Q . Y Q 9 JN 9 jx CP ' ' Q, 4 I ,ix A 'Y' I jf! 9 0 I E- 9 . , : , . : , . 1 1 1 - . 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . , - ' , I 3 . ' . . ' . " ' ' . ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' . I , f R RT RN DILLON En 'ed:,S te r,1 . 1 5-iaqima Th . 5 60, P ., 59. i Ar jet' sque a 'g, 58, 59, 60, National fe Leagtre, 5 59, 60, Lettermen's Club, , 60, iH am, 59. 60, Science Club, 60, dj il: 2 Bank of America Achievement , 'ar - i r' s, Appear- ' ar ans ' . Lfllltfe V HB.. B Url Li 5 D linutz fn: Georgia Institute of , .,f Technology. ROBERT AVERY OLIVER Entered: September, 1956. Hmzmitz Thespian, 59, 60. Acli1'i1ie.t: Masque and NX'ig, 57, 58, 59. 60, XVar- riot Staff, 58, 59, 60. Azmrdx 6 Ribbmlrz Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Academic Superiority, Disciplinary. Albleficx: Baseball, 58, 59, Track, 60. ' mic Disciplinary, Medals 'r ,5.59. d b At etball Uanf. Enferedz September. 1957, Finn! Rank: Lieutenant. Derfifltztiwzz Texas A 6: M. Entered: September, 1957. Hrmmxfr Silver "A," 60, Thespian, 58, 59, Pres., 60. Arli1'ifie.r: Science Club, 59, 60, Lettermen's Club, Acfii'ilie.r: Masque and W'ig, 58, 59, 60, National 58, 59, 60, Warrior Satff, 59. Forensic League, 58. 59, Pres,, 60, Dance Band, Auurdr 6 Riblmnr: Ribbons-Academic Superiority, 59, Manager, 60, Xwarrior Staff, 58, 59, Adjutant Personal Appearance. Disciplinary. Stall, 60, Rifle Team. Allvlcfiicr: Golf, 58, Swimming, 59, 60. flz1'.n'd.t6 Ribbnnr: Ribbons-Academic Superiority, Finn! Rank: Sergeant. DL'.fffIlzlfjllIlI University of Colorado. CHARLES PETTEE BLACK, DIR. ll-l Personal Appearance, Medals-Masque and Wig Citizenship, 59, Americanism Contest. Third Place, 58, First Place, 59, Sosna Debating Medal, 59, Toastmasters, 60. WILLIAM HASTINGS LUNDY GLEN CRAIG GUSTAFSON RAMIRO E. CONTRERAS MARTINEZ Entered: September, 1956. Eflfefedr September, 1956. Hmmm: Silver "A"g Quill and Scroll, 59, 60, flctiz'itie.r: Lettermen's Club, 57. 58, 59, 60. . Activities: Adjutant Staff, 60, XX'arrior Staff, 57, 58. flll'4ll'd.f 6 Ribbonr: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, -4 59, Science Club, 57, 58, 59, 60, National Foren- Disciplinary. ' sics League, 57g Lettermen's Club, 60. Azhfelirr: Basketball, 59. 603 Baseball, 583 Soccer. g, Auwrdr G Ribbonrz Best Citizen Bain Hall, 57, Rib- 58. bons-Academic Superiority, Personal Appear- Film! Rank: Master Sergeant. Y ance, Disciplinary. Derrifltrzimzz University of Mexico City. Athlelirrz Tennis, 59, 60g Football, 60. Final Rank: Lieutenant. Destination : Claremont Men's College. hi 1 97" Cfc I 177g X K, 5 - Xffi L 'X 'lf' Z' I - 43, LQ75' WC if?Q ff 'L LQ. -,f L H Q L- fax f T .c AW uK. 16.5 KL! C'e"ffi2:tf 'Jw 47 K 4 ef, 1 KKK A TL eff' ,Hg Irfs V , Yfeff' ,ff fs. f, r K ff 0 - tit- Lua! Z ff Entered: September, 1955. Entered: September, 1957174675 v 7, ye' A ?Z rg, Aftiritierz Adjutant Staff, 58, 59, 60. Actiritierz Lettermen's Club, 59, 60'2'Ri1lg Team? Y A E' Auzzrds 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance. 59, 60. r D x Valk, 1 "Dt 1. Disciplinary. Au'nrd.r 6 Ribbonrz RibbonsT Appeuaev Atlrzleticrz Track, 60. Disciplinary. xfgg J "IQ if Final Rank: Master Sergeant. Atlvlefirr: Soccer, 58, Tennis, 8960? A 6565 Derlimztion: Menlo College. Finn! Rank: Master Sergeant. 'R' lDL'.1'fIllt:'lillIlZ University of California. BILL ANGUS LIGON STEPHEN FREDERICK HECKER 115 JOHN PAUL LUNKES MICHAEL ALAN WALKER linlered: September, 1958. Enferedz September, 1955. Acfirities: Warrior Staff, 58, 59, 60. Honmxtz Thespian, 58, 59, 60. Award! 6 Ribbonrx Personal Appearance, Disciplin- Ac1iz'i1ie.t: Masque and Wig, Pres., 59, 60, Warrior ary, Academic Excellence. Staff, 58, 59, 603 National Forensics League, 58, Final Rank: Lieutenant. 59. 60. Dexlinationx California Maritime Academy. flll'dl'61I,f 69 Ribbom: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Disciplinary. Final Rank: Sergeant First Class. Dexlinnliwz' Davis College 41 Au afdr 6 Rzbbnnr Ribbons Personal Appeirmce Hnnwf All League Football 59 Disciplinary Atnzzmi Masque and Wig 60 Lettermen s Club Allalelzrt JV Baseball 59 59 50 fznal Rank Master Sergeant fllhletm Football 58 59 Track 60 Defrmazmn Long Beach Stare College 111141 R wk Master Sergeant Dfjfllllflfll College of Pacific WILLIAM KARL FORTIG ALBERT HYDE MITCHELL llf Entered: September, 1956. Entered: February, 1958. 1 . ' b : ' Q- , 2 1 . q .k Z . 7 4 f q . ' : . .i . , , C I l l ' . .Z Y ' Q I . A Y ' :' A . 2 1 1 v 7 s I 1 . ' i L .I I I I ii . T asf. DOUGLAS MILLS TAYLOR STEPHEN MICHAEL GUITRON Entered: September, 1956. E"fe"edf SCPtCmbf31', 1956. Activities: Warrior Staff, 59, 60, Adjutant, Science Honors: Capt. Soccer Team, 58, 599 Outstanding Club, Letrermen's Club, 59, 60. Player of Year, 58. Awgrdj 6' Rjbbgnyg Ribbgng-Personal Appearance, Affttltitejl LCttCl'fI1Cfl'S Club, 57, 58, 59, 60, Adjutant Disciplinary, Academic Excellence. Staff. Find! Rdnkg Sergeant First Clagg. Awards 6 Ribbons: Personal Appearance, Disciplin- Destination: Oregon State University. ary. Athletics: Soccer, 57, 58, 59. Final Rank: Master Sergeant. Destination: University of San Diego. ljgysw 5. . , if on Q1 Entered: September, 1958. Honors: Most Proficient Musician, 59. Activities: Dance Band. 1 Disciplin- Final Rank: Master Sergeant. Destination: University of San Diego. M ter Ca ornia EDWARD XAVIER NEVARES 59 60 Awards fr Ribbons: Personal Appearance, Disciplin- my M ,rf We JAMES NORMAN FOX Entered: September, 1958. Honore: Silver "A," 60, Treasurer, Senior Class Thespian, 60. Arnririerz Choir, 59, 60, PUBS-, 60: Dance Band, 59, 60, Masque and Wig, 59, 60, Science Club, 59. 60. Au'ard.f 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Academic Superiorityg Medal-Best Actor, 59. Atbletiaf: Basketball, 60, Tennis, 60. Final Rank: 'M First Sergeant. Destination z Stanford University. aw? rllifi tember 1956. f W r r Stall, 60, Lettermen's Club, 58, ua: II RibbbnsLPersonal Appearance, yt A ' di a AI lg I : a ' Di ip? y. Atlale in Soccer 58, 59, 60, Swimming, 58. lb Final Rank: Master Sergeant. Deslination: University of San Diego. GLENN BRYAN MCGEHEE JEREMY HILL WOOLIEVER Entered: September, 1958. Actiriliefz Masque and Wig, 60, Choir, 60, Warrior Staff, 60, Science Club, 60, Lettermen's Club, 60. Au'ara'.f 6 Riblnmu: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Academic Superiority. Final Ranla: Sergeant First Class. Destination: Loyola University of Los Angeles. Entered : September, 1958. Award! 6 Rilabonfz Ribbons-Personal Appearance. Final Rank: Master Sergeant. Deuination: Occidental College. ALAN SAMUEL ABRAMS 118 RICHARD GRANT BACON EDWARD OLDS ROE, JR. Entered: September, 1956. Entered: September, 1958, Actirities: Warrior Staff, 59, 60. Honors: Thespian. Awards 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Activities: Masque and Wig, Adjutant Staff. Disciplinary. Auarids 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Final Rank: Master Sergeant. Destination: Brigham Young University. Disciplinary, Academic Excellence. Final Rank: Staff Sergeant. Destination: Michigan State University. Entered: September, 1956. Activities: Science Club, 58, 59, 60: National Foren- sics League, 58g Warrior Staff, 57, 58, 59. Entered: September, 1957. Activities: Lettermen's Club, 59, 60, Dance Band 59, 60. Awards 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Academic Excellence. Awards 49 Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance Final Rank: Sergeant First Class. Destination: University of California, Berkeley. DONALD EVERETT LINDBERG 119 Academic Excellence, Disciplinary. Athletics: Baseball, 59, 60. Final Rank: Staff Sergeant. Destination: American University. Washington, D.C EDWARD HAMILTON STANTON WHEELOCK RUNYON OLIVER MURRAY GRANT PASSMORE Entered: September, 1958. Entered: january, 1959, Artiritietz Warrior Staff, 59g Adjutant Staft, 60, Actirilierz Dance Band, 59, 60. Lettermen's Club, 60. Auvzrds 6 Ribbonr: Ribbons-Personal Appearance Award! 6 Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Final Rank: Staff Sergeant. Academic Superiority, Disciplinary. Dettinationx Westlake School of Music. Atbletirt: Basketball, 60. Final Rank: Sergeant First Class. Deftinationz Oregon University. Entered: September, 1958. Entered: September, 1954. Aclivitier: Adjutant Staltg National Forensics Activities: Adjutant Staff, 60. League, 59, Lettermen's Club. Auwrdr G Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Award.: G Ribbonr: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Academic Superiority. Disciplinary, Academic Superiority. Albletirr: -j.V. Football, 58. Atbletirf: Soccer, 60, j.V. Basketball, 59, 60. Final Rank: Master Sergeant. Final Rank: Staff Sergeant. Dertimrtiwz: Occidental College. Dertinationt Arizona State College, Tempe. RUDY A. PINA DANIEL JAMES MARTIN 120 IORGE ANGEL BORQUEZ JORGE HUMBERTO TESSADA ROMERO Entered: September, 1956. Entered: September, 1956. Awardr G Ribbonrx Ribbons- Disciplinary, Per- Artivitier: Lettermen's Club, 57, 58, 59, 60. sonal Appearance, Academic Excellence. Awards ff Ribbonr: Ribbons-Academic Superiority Atbleticrz Soccer, 57, 58, "C" Basketball. Personal Appearance, Disciplinary. Final Rank: Staff Sergeant. Atbletifr: Soccer, 57, 58: Tennis, 57, 58, 59, 60. Dertination: Loyola University, Los Angeles. Final Rank: Sergeant First Class. Destination: University of Mexico City. Entered: September, 1956. Entered: September, 1957. Artivitier: Lettermen's Club, 58, 59, 605 Adjutant Awardr 6 Ribbonr: Personal Appearance. Staff, 59, 60. Final Rank: Staff Sergeant. Awards G Rilzbonrz Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Dertinationz Valparaiso University. Disciplinary, Academic Excellence. Athletirr: Soccer, 58, 59, 60. Final Rank: Sergeant First Class. Dertinationz Instituto Technologico de Monterrey. ALFONSO ERNESTO BUSTAMANTE RICHARD C. R01-FE 121 HARRY DISBROW JOHNSON Entered: September, 1957. DAVID THORNTON RHODES Enleredz September, 1958. Au'ard.r G Riblaonrz Disciplinary, Person Appear- H,,,,,,,-53 Qutstanding player in Soccer, 59- ance, Academic Excellence. Final Rank: Sergeant First Class. Dertinarionz Arizona State College. Arliriliex: Lettermen's Club, 59, 60, Adjutant Staff Awards G Ribbonr: Ribbons-Personal Appearance Academic Superiority. Atbletiryz Soccer, 59, Capt., 60. Final Rank: Staff Sergeant. Dertinationc Antioch College. Entered: September, 1958. Awards 6 Rilzbonr: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Disciplinary, Academic Superiority. Final Rank: Sergeant First Class. Dertinalion: University of California, Davis. PETER CLARK WINGER Enlered: September, 1956. Honour: Thespian, 57, 58, 59, 60. Artiritief: Masque and Wig, 57, 58, 59, 60: Choir 59, 60. Awards C9 Ribbonrz Ribbons-Personal Appearance Atblerirr: Swimming, 59: 60. Final Rank: Sergeant. Derlinationz Long Beach City College. WILLIAM WEAVER TURNER 122 JOHN BARTLETT DURYEE Entered: September, 1958. Au'ard.f C9 Ribbrnzr: Ribbons-Personal Appearance Athfelirrz Track. Final Rank: Corporal, Durtmalirnzz California Polytechnic Institute. liutereda September, 1958. ALFRED GORDON ROBINSON Eulered: September, 1958. Awardr 6 Ribbom: Ribbons-Academic Excellence Final Rank: Private. Dertiualiwz: San Diego State College. Enlered: September, 1957. Au'ard.r 6 Rilabwzrz Ribbons-Disciplinary, Per- fIu'ara'.r 6 Rilalmmz Ribbons-Disciplinary sonal Appearance, Academic Excellence. Final Rank: Sergeant. Final Rank: Sergeant. Deytinafiorz: San Marcos C. DL'.YfiI1dfi0lII San Diego junior College. IGNACIO GOMEZ MONGE WILLIAM JOSEPH MCDONOUGH 123 STEVEN RAY JONES ROBERT BERNARD BETZ Entered: September, 1958. Entered: September, 1958. Activities: Adjutant Staff, 60. Activities: Adjutant Staff, 60. Awards G Ribbons: Ribbons-Academic Excellence. Awards C? Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance, Atbletics: Swimming, 59, 60. Academic Superiority. Final Rank: Sergeant First Class. Final Rank: Corporal. Destination: Stanford University. Destination: Menlo College. M Lf to vt thliil' fl: Wi tl ll t WL Entered: December, 1956. Entered: September, 1958. Final Rank: Corporal. Activities: National Forensics League. Destination: Navy. Awards ff Ribbons: Ribbons-Personal Appearance. Final Rank: Private. Destination: University of Arizona. GEORGE HAYTER CHUBB JOHN WILLIAM WHARTON 124 C f M! C .fdflumson 3 .X46!l'l'Lll'll6fl'a,fLOI'l an gadlky QXtenf t ell' C0l'lgI'Cltu dtL0fl:5 fo QGCL nlefngef 0 f 2 .Sinner Cfaaa 1960 0. f9,ZZ,.f.,f!4.11,4, . lie . . . J J ll ' f ' K A Patron Col W C Atlqnson Capt W C Atlunson Mr 8. Mrs A R Allerdyre Com 8. Mrs Ashmore Mr 8. Mrs H Baertschrger Mr 8. Mrs Wrllranu Graham Bell Mr 8. 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Complimenfs of 9 . .. O.. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 from U S PCRCELAIN ENAMEL CO LUDLOW 3 4674 Albert Oesterle 4731 East 52nd DFIVC Los Angeles 22 CalIfornIa is s .. ,019 1 HIGHWAY IoI ocIsANsIoIs CALIFORNIA Q3 'fly' Our Famous ShIp Room ls Known for Its Excellent CUISIDC Complete Stock f FIne WINGS and Llquors and an lnvItIng Restful Atmosphere MUSIC NIghtly VIsIt Nearby MIRA MAR RESTAURANT I lil I I C I f JN 9 -' Jug: "' I lll . llll 3 - A' I 1225 . I-I f ' -ni'-Tw.-.4:t5"ve.f'4:oI Lal "iz it 7 J WLM AAA, W MW my A W A M i A ' ' 4: . . Of .h ll ' ll ' ' I 0 I Congratulations to the from Class of I96O C LIE TE R CE HIPIHIRO 0 TIJUAN A BAJA CALIFORNIA MEXICO TR CK QA If j PETER M LAZZARI .X ANgeIus 8 2853 TRDIAN FREIGHT LINES 2 3308 LOS ANGELES I I BANDINI BOULEVARD 23 CALIF ww x 'I il EQUIPMENT II RUBBER co., INC. 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Los Angeles 15, Calif. e. a ison - BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 FIRST NATIONAL BANK of NEVADA RESOURCES OVER ONE QUARTER BILLION DOLLARS MEMBER MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE FEDERAL DEPOSIT SYSTEM INSURANCE CORP NINETEEN BRANCHES THROUGHOUT NEVADA E A CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST nloy SPORTSMANS mmf! mm New! CIIIHIICI s WISHES TO THE CLASS The Happy House Shop MRS STEVENS FINE CANDIES NORCROSS 8. RUST CRAFT m E E Y GREETING CARDS GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS If en o PHONE SA 2 9007 146 OF I "oo" of MISSION SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER Begf Wfgheg 10 fhe Class of 60 for Complrmenfs fo fhe REALTY INC CIOSS Of '60 SCOTTSDALE ARIZONA NOGALES ARIZONA CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 60 Army and Navy Academy Mother's Club Complrmenfs fo fhe Class of 60 NOGALES ARIZONA La Ville de Paris Edwards Covina Pharmac Best Wishes y to the THE REXALL STORE Class of .60 118 NO. CITRUS EDgewood 2-1500 COVINA, CALIFORNIA PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS AND COSMETICS Ralphs Grocery Co 3410 W 3rd ST LOS ANGELES 5 CALIF CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 ACE AUTO PARKS Q'-'Smal Spaghetti at DowNrowN sm Dleoo Plzza House 309 South Hull Street Oceonsnde Colrfornuo Including The Bug New 7TH 81 C PARKADE O , . 10 Convenient Locations 148 CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS To THE To THE CLASS OF co CLASS OF 60 WILKINS PONTIAC Crevolln Investment Co 2445 Huntington Drive Son Mormo Collf BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 AND BELL PACKHAM OLIVER CO SEEVERS SHAW KRUEGER FROM GLORIA OHARA 81 SINNER CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I960 WOODYS MACAYO 4001 N Central WOODYS EL NEDO 37 W McDouI WOODYS MEXICAN FOOD 5054 W Indvon School Rd WOODYS MACAYO VEGAS I74'I Eosf Chorleston Los Vegas Nevodo FOF THE FINEST IN MEXICAN FOOD I , . 1 1 1 1 1 I 149 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I960 CLASS OF 60 FROM DANNY DANENBERG Acapulco Gardens GROWER PACKER SHIPPER CALIFORNIA VEGETABLES EL CENTRO CALIFORNIA I733 SOUTH HILL ST OCEANSIDE SA 2 6300 228 SOUTH HILL ST TELEPHONE COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF I960 luxurious resort Irvmg OCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA SA 2 4779 on the beach of Hollywood RIVIGFO Wootton s EDEN Roc FURNITURE APPLIANCES A R T M E N T H O FLOOR COVERING TELEVISION 1200 Esplonode So Redondo Beoch Coluf FRonher 8 5225 17 I - AP - TEL 'O Diamonds - Watches - Silverware Flnell s Jewelry Home of Keepsake Diamonds 211 NORTH HILL STREET OCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA PHONE SA 2 2332 BAXTER 8. CICERO 410 29TH ST NEWPORT BEACH CALIFORNIA for her SARATOGA 2 251 1 108 N FREEMAN TO THE CLASS OF 60 Western Produce Co P O BOX 959 NOGALES ARIZONA . y 6 5 22 Y' 'O , - r .xx ra - . fashions ...... CONGRATULATIONS 151 BEST WISHES TELEPHONE AT 7-2932 TO THE CLASS OF '60 C A Bennen RITZ DISTRIBUTING CO SHIPPER MEXICAN CANTALOUPES NOGALES ARIZONA BEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MADISON 7 3732 Lou Mmada Coldwell, Banker 81 Co Broker Dlsfrrbufor REAL ESTATE INSURANCE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 1624 BAY STREET Los ANGELES 21 CALIE LOANS RES CU 3 3582 MA 2 5393 15 I A cLAss OF 'ao I REFRIGERATED SERVICE DIRECT FROM CONGRATULATIONS AND MEXICO BEST WISHES TO THE R.G. R. Trucking, Inc. CLASS OF '60 470 GRAND AVENUE NOGALES ARIZONA P O BOX II56 PHONES AT 7 3624 AT 7 2482 Mr ond Mrs L J Semenzcl CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES THE CLASS OF 60 HOLLYWOOD TROPHY COMPANY PIE! PHONE PAIKING HO 9 3951 H52 N WESTERN AVE HOLLYWOOD 29 CALIF CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 AL N DALE CLEANERS 540 GRAND AVE CARLSBAD CALIFORNIA I U I O I TO - I Solevy 8 Inconlivc Proxonlalionx Aihlehr A-ard! Class ling: Engraving Ciou Pins Trophies Plutvos Medals Charms Gavel: , - CVD: 0 . . , . I 155 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 60 TO THE FROM Y 1.721 CLASS OF I96O y AUM, fff ki fvff .MMO f QQX OCEANSIDE CALIF fvffoj QQMJ 654757 COMER PRODUCE co PHOENIX ARIZONA BEST WISHES BEST WISHES To THE To THE CLASS OF eo CLASS OF 60 Lovedays Athletic Co M, 81 Mrs Joe Crocker 244 5TH AVE SAN DIEGO CALIF I IL'4 K., ff . X,,,ff'f"'K, , ,7 f" ' K pxf' , f' V 1 J Y , My f FJ' A , -K V I , ' C K ' , , K 7.14 , 7,4 XXI, Q " ' T N f f'f . Kg X' , 2 f X i I , X, C ' i I I V --,- , . I I I 0 O Q u 154 COMPLIMENTS OF F H HOGUE PRODUCE CO GLENDALE ARIZONA COMPLIMENTS OF John Jacob Farms PHOENIX ARIZONA Compl menfs of Klrkhlll Rubber Co EATON FRUIT CO 300 E CYPRESS BREA CALIFORNIA PHOENIX ARIZONA Complimenfs of- f - 155 COMPLIMENTS OF- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '60 LOUVRE LEADER Mr. 81 Mrs. K. M. Taylor California Automotrlz CONGRATUWONS TO THE S A de C V CLASS or oo BOULEVARD AGUA CALIENTE 820 HECTOR GARCIA V TEL 5 1378 GERENTE GENERAL TIJUANA BC 156 CONGRATULATIONS Phones ATwafer 72731 Res ATwaTer 7 2007 TO THE 7 2732 CLASS OF eo 7 2733 Dustrlbufors Growers Mexican Vegetables MEXICALI MEXICO Harry Wolf S P Depot Bldg Sales Mgr Nogales Arnzona CONGRATULATIONS TO THE S lnC CLASS OF 60 2922 STATE STREET CARLSBAD Heber Cattle Feeders Clofhmg and Shoes Smce 1936 OCEANSIDE HEBER CALIF 1028 MISSION 205 N HILL ST 157 L5 -A 2. ' . LD - Molinera del vane Wvlf Growers, Inc. I Congratulations, Class of l96O Best WIshes to the Class of l 960 from HIltOn s Cleaners 1412 MISSION AVE Rene S SlZUdIO OCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA 803 M'SS'0" Ave OceansIde CalIf M5h...ii5.f,w 5.4.4 JAI ALAI TI UA A BAIA CALIFORNIA MEXICO P O BOX 177 QANYSIDRO CAL DE SERVICIO 24 HORAS DIARIAS EN TODO EL ESTADO DE BAJA CALIFORNIA FRONTON PALACIO TIJUANA B CALIF 158 ' I I 0 I , . ' I - M J 0 5 - Gal para vm Domilmo, Comercial 0 lndvlirial N51m,qI0N No, 777 Q YEIHONOS Jew, Java v 3699 o APDO. POSYAL No IW J N , I U S A M LING ADDIISS , . . 0 C E M N 0 R CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES MOTEL APTS. 1950 Ocean Street Carlsbad, California PArkway 9-2493 ' For an Overnight Stop or A Leisurely Rest! Year Round Living At Its Very Best' HAL BIERCE RESIDENT MANAGER ICIass of 3OI TO THE CLASS OF 1960 Weber Baking Co I955 JULIAN AVE SAN DIEGO Leonard s 3137 Roosevelt Street INext to Boys ClubI e PArkwoy 9 2258 CARLSBAD CALIF BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 Cliff Jones CHEVRON GAS STATION HIGHWAY IOI AND GRAND AVE CARLSBAD CALIFORNIA PA 9 9953 ll Barber Shop . Oceangde NUVSSVY Oceanslde Photographic and Florlsts 1010 South HIII Street Oceanside Cohfornlo Phone SA 2 2774 4 JJ' 'V 6 15,51 11 Elf X II I 1,3133 gi? LEGRAP ho' I xj Congrotulohons Io the I f qend C oss o Flowers Center COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 60 EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 216 N HILL STREET OCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA PHONE SA 2 3348 SUPPLIERS TO THE ACADEMY BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 60 Arden Farms FLAVOR FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS 1136 K ST. SAN DIEGO CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1960 COMPLIMENTS OF David Nell s HEADQUARTERS FOR YOUR UNIFORM SHOES OCEANSIDE O C O O I -fm ' 1 I ,- 15?Af'I'I ig' 7,1 -"I -- f- "I fvxf of . 1' ..' L ll V ,- .A 1,-,..,. an 1 LI W fi' WI ' ' I "?. I 'fffll F I -xl fl, '1 Lyii, . 'f' 'A ,J vae:I,f' .1 ,J ,AE El I ,QU Y X' .6 f T' - Ae ft, ' V -X . -. , 9-1 I 2' , Lf' S .X , E u. T' 5 ' .m.41l1,. ' nm. I Elini!" L- , 60 I I f I . I X 'nuszmatsu Assunzs I ner: FINES1' IN I I 0 0 f CO. TWIN INNS CHICKEN STEAK FAMILY STYLE DINNERS Cocktauls Banquet Facllltues Avaulable 2978 CARLSBAD BLVD PA 9 3131 PONZI S House OF Music EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 222 N HILL OCEANSIDE CALIF MUrray 1 7393 SYcamore 6 2362 C 0 M P A It V SURPLUS MATERIALS mms 2176 East Colorado Street Pasadena 8 Cal forma Q Doo WISHES 'V X, ,A Ali THE 1960 GRADUATES M f SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS LQ.,-t" RENO NEVADA Best Wushes to the Class of 1 1 g and o I 5 ' N . f -- I I I 1 ' I 1 E X-I Z tif R Inga.. 'Q I I I P I f "I X Xi 1 f IL R Q I I . , V Q1 f -7 21' s ks E S ' ' '60 l 161 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 60 Snow Whlte Laundromat FINISHED LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING 1828 I Oceansrde Red 8. Whrte Superetts 510 Vrsta Way 2971 State Street 900amto1200pm 800amto1000pm SA 2 2607 PA 9 1260 Oceansnde Carlsbad 'l'6ll4IOM ,owned gordon Orrentol Art Carved Wood Grfts Speclal Orders Creatlve Picture Framing SA 2 0648 1832 SOUTH HILL OCEANSIDE SPECIALIZING IN LADIES WEAR Lanz Avarlable Only at Carlsbad Dress Shop Carlsbad By the Sea Calrfornra 2836 State Street ETHEL A LEADY PA 9 2081 THE TOT SHOP INFANTS AND CHILDREN S APPAREL Telephone 2870 State Street PArkway 9 3681 Carlsbad Calrforma Fashions Since 1903 FIFTH AT B 610 MISSION 7855 GIRARD SAN DIEGO OCEANSIDE LA JOLLA 1709 South Hull St Oceansade Telephone SA 2 3346 X S2-'Rf Allen s Home Supply COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Raymond C Wolfe Mgr arlshict oiwnal 'E'-if-tiff COMMERCIAL PRINTING CORNER GRAND AND CARLSBAD BLVD PA 9 2345 16 so. H'II ' - - ' - I BALLARD and BROCKETT . . f JHLWGQ? 2 in Sullivan - KNOWN AS ,gi ea mnnnm f I 1 A WILL TRADE ANYTHING FOR ANYTHING ff' A' f Phone SA 2-0556 xx - I X 1608 Mission Ave. lOn the Stripl Larry Borden, Mgr. OCBCIDSICIS Congratulations to the Class of l96O Howe Hardware 81 T.V. 517 Mission Avenue Oceanside, California HI-FI STEREO T.V. Compliments of Oceanside Motor Supply Co 236 SO HILL OCEANSIDE SA 2 8243 Qym 228 North Hill St SA 2 3972 Oceanside California YOU NEVER PAY RETAIL AT SERVICE STORE 528 South Hall St SA 2 2121 FURNITURE APPLIANCES TELEVISION STEREO MILLINERY HAND BAGS LINGERIE ROBES I 35 Prospect St La Jolla Calif GLencourt 4 5547 KLEM MOTOR SALES 1826 Colorado Blvd Los Angeles Calif FORD '+'+++ 4?-4' THUNDERBIRJD A E Klemmerson CLmton 7 8201 W5 INSURANCE REAL ESTATE LOANS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SAN DIEGO EL CAJON 16 . if Iii I r 35 F't'tf !725ffGO0DWI Co. ron, Congratulations to the Class of '60 SAN MARINO FORD 2000 Huntmgton Dr San Marmo Callf ' SA 2-8681 OCEANSIDES FINEST NAME IN FOOD AND COCKTAILS 1919 MISSION ROAD OCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA HI24640 Magnolua Trauler Park Adult Sectuon Large Modern Spaces Near School Shopplng Center Charles H and 1110 No Magnolla Ave Carol M McCutcheon El Calon Callf DAY PHONE SA 2 4947 l Jack Hughes Chevron Service 2-I HOUR TOWING SERVICE 1942 SOUTH HILL STREET OCEANSIDE CALIFORNIA 2992 State St Carlsbad Calrf Bobs Shoe Service Guaranteed Shoe Repalrlng Complete Lune Pollsh Laces Insoles Olls Cleaners Dr Scholl s Foot Remedies and Shoe Appliances A IAII New Heels In 5 Minutes A Wmter Frults and Vegetables From the West Coast of Mexlco Wmter Mex Produce Co NOGALES ARIZ Phones V F ores Local AT 7 2761 AT 7 2252 Nute AT 7 2252 WHEN IN RENO Congratulatnons to the KEEP YOUR MONEY AT Class of 60 Securuty Natlonal Bank Chucks -I-Op Shop of Reno 510 So Hull Street SA 2 6787 Reno Nevada Oceansude Calrforma 164 I . LL , 0 BOB COLLINGS Brokers - Distributors ' ' I . I I I . D . I - 3- - - - L. D. - - . I BEAUDRY Morok co COM"L'MENTSOF CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH IMPERIAL STUDEBAKER LARK Ramos Drug Company 847 North Stone Ave Tucson Arlz RENO NEVADA COMPLIMENTS OF Bull A Lrgon Insurance Counsellor 8l8 S Vlrgmla St Reno Nevada Home Furniture Nevada Carlsbad Best Wrshes to the Class of 60 Godfrey s Froshes THE FIRST CHOICE OF CADETS Cadet Chill Burgers Cadet Burgers Froshes Malts Calrfornla CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 60 Z Gomez Lotesy Terrenos Calle 2a iFlO8 Tnluana BC H Congratulations to the Class of 60 J C Lunkes FLOWERLAND REALTY l922 South Hlll St Aso Encmltas Del Mar Congratulatrons to the Class of 60 Jackson Produce Box 'I679 El Centro Calrfornra Reno and Sparks ' ' T E 1 ' ' Best Food in Town TV I Co. I Best Wnshes to the Class of 60 Courtesy of Paclflc Vegetable Company, Inc Deal rs un Mexlcan Wlnter Vegetables F' O Box 32 Phone AT 7 3628 Nogales Arazona Compliments of Sunderman s Colomal House 969 North Grand Avenue Nogales Arlzona Complnments of Progressive Grocer Nogales Arizona Congratulatlons to the Class of 1960 JACK HARRIS Vegetable Broker Montezuma Hotel Bulldnng Nogales Arizona Best Wishes From THE INGOLDS Newport Caluf Congratulations and Best Wushes to the Class of 60 Pina 81 Sons Nogales Aruzona COMPLIMENTS Four Cs Inc COMPLIMENTS OF Gceanslde Hospntal llOO Fsfth Street Oceansude l66 1 335 Grand Avenue , , I ' . OF 'I Congratulations Pglefmg Cafe to the Class of 60 RESTAURANT ltalsano Mexlcano Amerlcano Garcia s Barber and 943 Revoluclon Ave Beauty Two Blocks South Jan Alan Palace Phone 5 39 42 Tquana B C Mexico Congratulations and Best Wishes To George and the Class of 60 Sears Market Vlctor s Sombrero DRIVE IN COFFEE SHOP STEAK ROOM 261 South San Gabrlel Blvd Blvd Agua Caliente Grulalva San Gabrlel Calif Tlluana BC Mexlco Congratulatsons to the Class of EI Amlgo RESTAURANT Ave Constltuclon 810 Tlguana B Cfa Carroll Box 81 Pallet Co Te 3157 Home of Dura Block CH The Best Famsly Place Wlth the Best Mexican and Amerncan Food rn Town 4245 Shlela St MANAGERS LOS Angeles Callf AM 3 3815 PABLO PENA AND WIFE Newport Balboa Congratulations Playport of Pacrflc To the Class of 60 Homes Income Bay Fronts Ocean Fronts and In Betweens From GIOCIGI1 M FCIY Realtor Fl0wer5 by Adelaide BAY 8. BEACH REALTY INC 2025 W Balboa Blvd Newport Beach Callforma OR 3 9200 Eve OR 3 5666 7766 Girard Ave La Jolla Calif ss ll , - 1 ' 1 n as O I ' '60 n ' ll ' I. - - I 167 Best of Wrshes to the Class of 60 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1960 Makay Townsend 8. Duke FROM INSURANCE BROKERS Bay Lldo Bulldmg 3100 Newport Blvd Future Cadets Glen and Carl Yaeckel Newport Beach Calnfornla CLASSES 64 AND 7l ORuole 3 1760 EI Centro Callfornna Compluments of Compllments of Nogales San Ysldro 12 Telephone AT 7 3601 Telephone GA 8 1862 Box 69 Apmlodo 3 Telewpe NG 4693 TeIefYpe SY 6416 Nogales Arizona Nogales Sonora Wllllam F Joffroy Paclflc Brokerage Co CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Customs House Brokers Post Offuce Box 21 Post Office Box 212 James W Monson AT 7 2723 Room 203 Levy Bulldmg 766 East San Ysldro Boulevard Broker TWX 4654 Nogales Arizona San Ysldro Calrforma Dnamonds Watches Jewelry Hand Engraving Watch Makmg Carlsbad Jewelers 2913 State St Carlsbad Calrf Don Kenat PA 9 3816 Congratulations to the Class of 60 Lavanderla Shasta Ave Fresmllo 3281 Tnuana BC Mexnco Congratulauons to the Class of 1960 Molerlo Harlnero E Rosal A Congrotulalons to the Class of 60 McCabe Cattle P O Box 1420 El Centro Calrf 8 - v 0 . . . . I v n 1 ' I - - 1 o o c o o 0 1 1 ' u n , . 1 ' -1 I CO. o 1 , . lt an l , S. . Best Wishes to the Class of '60 Cushman Hardware San Dimas, California Best Wishes to the Class of 7960 MRS GEORGE SILVER Liefgreen and McDonald Floral Co 26 East Camelback Uptown Plaza Phoenix AFIZOHG CR 7 3335 With the Compliments of Stetson Beemer 81 Co Agent and Broker for A LINES OF GENERAL INSURANCE Sky Ottrce 130 N Virginia St Reno Nevada BEST WISHES H CLASS OF 60 LA JOLLA SHORES Shanks HARDWARE BOATS MERCURY MOTORS TV AND APPLIANCES 307 North Hill St Oceanside Best Wishes To the Class of 60 Texaco Inc Box 1307 Kingman Ariz Best Wishes to the Class of 60 Carlsbad Appliance APPLIANCES H F STEREO 570 Grand Ave Carlsbad Calif LL TO T E I I I 5 Q4 . . 1 ' T.v. I- I 169 Congratulations to the Class of '60 From GARSA OIL DISTRIBUTORS Mextcall Mexico Tequlla Cuervo, S A Sucursal Tlluana Tnluana Mextco Congratulattons to the Class 0 and Best Washes to Cadet Caspary Class of 62 Slempre Dorothy Kenyon Green Congratulattons and Good Luck to the Class of 1960 from MIKE AND FLORENCE LARGE The Smoke Shop Carlsbad Callforma Telephone 2 7084 Armanko Office Supply Co COMMERCIAL STATIONERS Carlsbad Hardware Co Gtftware Garden Supplues Sporting Goods Plumbing and Electrtcal Suppltes 152 156 Norfh v,,g,n,a 51, ef 2840 State Street PArkway 9 1665 M Armanko Reno Nevada Carlsbad Caltfornta Congratulations to the Class of 1960 from Chas A Bratton TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT OPERATOR DITCHES CONCRETE LINED General Framework Land Leveltng 1041 No lmpertal Hwy 90 P O Box 361 Phone Elgm 2 4821 EI Centro Caltf Best Wtshes to the Class of 60 Constructora Penmsular, S A TIJUANA B CFA . . . " , B.C. ' ' of '6 OFFICE AND SCHOOL OUTFITTERS , , - . . . e - . L. , , ' ' 170 Next to the Carlsbad Theatre Bowie's Variety Shop FOR ALL CADET NEEDS Largest tn Town BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I96O House of Morgan CARLSBAD S FINEST CUISINE 2832 State Street Carlsbad Callfornua 377 Elm Avenue Carlsbad Calufornua Carlsbad Statloners OFFICE SUPPLIES ARTISTS SUPPLIES GIFTS 560 Grand Avenue Carlsbad Callforma HOWARD and JANE OLDHAM Watches Diamonds Sulverware J Parts: Jewelers Satlsfactlon Guaranteed WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING ENGRAVING 2930 State Street Carlsbad Callfornua Botnca Golf Droguerla Despacho de Recetas Perfumerla y Regalos Fmal Blvd Agua Caliente Num 3 Entrada Col 20 de Novlembre Compltments of the McElvany s El Centro Callforma EITABL SHED llll 10oN Rlverslde Flower Shop a ll: W II Baller Km Store: RENO NEVADA P 0 BOX 2402 Rlverstde Hotel 25 South Vurgunla Street Telephone FA 2 II34 Reno Nevada - 1 Telefono 40-37 Tiiuana, B.C. 7 A 9 C "Our f 1 ex' 1 :cu " . . . . , 171 40 Room 40 Balhl Soft W t r ' H t Tel phon HP ki q Mxowt 1. A A aes e a B C 144 7K lfllllffhlflgltl IX! I f .ummna nmoulmcunurs For Reservatzons Call 63 20 63 21 -k Tl.lUANA'S NEWEST MOTOR HOTEL -k Reno FOR THE BEST 250 West F1rst Street FA 9 0801 Johnny s Barber Shop 2928 State Street Reno Nevada Durkee TRAVEL Bureau VERNON DURKEE Holaday Branch C""Sb"d C""f"""" 111 Mull sneer Phone FA 9 oao4 Clara B Shadel Owner Shadel s Furn1ture Everythlng for the Home NEW USED State 81 Elm PA 9 1291 Carlsbad, Callf BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF 60 Carlsbad Theatre Congratulat1ons to the Class of 1960 Roberto Estudillo Free Est1mates Cheerfully Gwen Bauer Lumber Co. "A SLIVER OR A TRAlNLOAD" Lumber and BUIldIng Supplues Forrest McMahon Carlsbad, Cal1f Manager PA 9 2341 2 l. . a 9 L' ' Steam ea . e GI ar n .4 N- -fjilie. 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