Arroyo Grande High School - Aerie Yearbook (Arroyo Grande, CA)

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IIEIUQE' 1111 U ' 1 -gf" i1ij,1f:iI W gy 1!i115g 'fd a ms 1.1,-Sw .. --....s...,. as L'-dn' KENNETH OGAN 'FQ Vlce Prlnclpal C A HOPKINS Prmctpal MESSAGE from ll lt1s v.1th revret that vte see the class of 1951 depart lnto an unsettled world fllledvnth tenslon Yet vue cln not fall to recognlze that these mr cumstances serve to emphasxze vwth clarlty the need for broader educatton wh1ch leads towardworld understand mn It IS our smcere hope that the attltudes and learnmgs xou have ac qu1red at Arroyo Grande Unton Hmgh School w1ll serve your generatmon well 1n meetlng challenges 1neffec tlvely approached by your predeces sors Our falth mn your contrmbutlon to ward fllldlflg solutlons tothe world s problems IS as boundless as the e ternal hope of rnanklnd for unlversal and lastlng peace BOARD OF TRUSTEES 4 George H Volle Peter Mehlschau Dan I Phelan Ben Tognazinni Harry H. Leiter L VT AK 5 EK? E W -215' ,Q- Q N if 5 X if X Xxx 5 L X X Q? 6 L WN 135 'ff ff 'Q 4 Z' V? KAY HOLMES 5 f f ln' MW' C JEANNIE JENSEN JANET SUE CASEY Presxdent Vrce Presldent Secretary A NN WIERBINS KI Secretary treasurer JUNIOR YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR Phlllrp Show Presldent Carey Barrcl Vrce Presrdent John Pem Presrdent Carey Baxrd MarchetaAnderson Secretary SueCasey Treasurer V1ce Presrdeut Peggy Hensley Secretary Treasurer vile JOHN POWERS Sgt AtArms Scrrbe PA TTY COLLINS FRESHMAN YEAR John Pe1n Presrdent Carey Baud Vrce Presrdent Marjorle Denner lem Secretary Treasurer MASS HISHIRY M1951 As freshmen we were the largest class Arroyo Grande Umon I-hgh had seen 1n many years One hundred and twenty Freshmen under the pat1ent superv1s1on of Mr Ogan M1ss Pauldmg and Mrs Byers elected themr offxcers 1n November whrch was the f1rs tlme the class had been together as a whole group Our socxal happemngs started w1th a dance gxven by the Sophomores for Fresh men the Freshman return and our year ended w1th an assembly The followlng year now sophomores we planne d and gave the "Green Frosh Dance" to the freshmen and also an assem bly early 1n the year Durxng the year we ordered our class rmgs In our hrst year as upper classmen, our advlsors were Mr. Best, Mrs Mc Kemy, M155 Salters and Mr. Beauchamp Our r1ngs arrxved 1n August and our blue and class sweaters ln February We were host at the Jumor Semor Barbecue car n1val and prom Here we are fxnally hxgh and m1ghty senlors We started our f1nalyear by elect1ng o ffm c e rs and ended w1th the long dr e amed of graduatmn day Durlng the year some of the h1ghl1ghts were the Sen1or assembly carn1val the Chr1stmas formal the Jumor Semor Prom Sen1or Dxtch Day Sen1 o r Teach Day and the .Tumor Semor Barbecue Class Day Baccalaureate and graduatxon commencement exerclses wxll be t1mes of long remembrance Here s w1sh1ngthe Class of '52 as good a tlme 1n old Arroyo I-hgh as we the class of '51 have had. Sl ll YEAR ,ff A A y his v 5 L J T A 'If I y - 1 .O I K - fa L LL ' elll gr y y . QYV 5,53 .1 46. 'Xu 4-,, These semorswerc Ch0Sen .Z 5 herr classmates as the 46 leaders 1D warrous catego Sue Casey left Rosemary Dokter rtght Marjorre rtes Plctured are ftrst Left 10 flght j0hnPe1n Q1audgAnde1-gon Dennerletn center place Second and thtrd Rrchard Johnson who deserve honorable mentron are S Casey A Truttt B Rtvera C Anderson BcstAllAround A Wterbrnskt A Trultt B Rlvera M Letter Best Students J Casey B Donahue R Johnson C Anderson BestLeadersJ Jensen M Dennerleln K Holmes G yl Brass C Howland B Rxvera V Carranza Most Ltkely To Succeed Sweepstakes WlI1X1EfSICCElV6d the largest total votes Best Students Best Leaders Rtchard Johnson Carole Helzer Most Acttve John Petn Marjortc Dennerlttn Claude Anderson Rosemary Dokter S Y 0 iq-s Best All Around John Pern Rosemary Dokter Most Lrkely to Succeed Best Athletes P G D h Ronme Tremper Ann Wrerbtnskx Morton Letter Anne Truttt John Owen race 0 1 ' . Xxx .1 7 X V - V I A x i Mt fm , 5 fa 7 s , Y 1 JL. u . I" v I my t . A , Y X ' - -4 tk ' Q -s." j .y In ' sb '- ' , D : . , . , . , . . Z. , . , . . , . S'- vester. Most Active: E. Dana, J. Casey, K. Holmes, P. Show, R. Foxen. Best Athletes: A. Smith, M. Pein, l..Fritch, W. 1 L . . X , x 1 , Y X - . f , 5 1 Q ft 'T l JW A A 5 A ' .ln it t W ' E 0 Sf, S 9 FH 'J 'N , 'I 4-1 .A G Z 'r .XOR .'XCtlS'li.-X 1.2. .Q,:,.,,3p..111liliClll. 2,4,X'.1llutlvall2. '.l'.1-Ili .4-. .'-Ajtlbl' - L 5 w,mzi:sr.t.li1212,3,4, Art Clin 3: Basket:-all g,4. 1 .A'x lllllimtifs 1. ll 1..1tits 5,4, Senator E, Swing Band 5,4, Plays 2,4, 1 2.1 l.r11t Efanc ., Strrnui.rtw1rr?'lc '..Z, Uperetta i ci L :rand -,.,, L.,.vri1s i,L,tlrcr1cstr.i 1,2 5. l.-.?5.CQllF'l."t .ftbllbiistlk .i:,ul.7.lll 1,2,g,4,5oft.1allr,2,3,4,Dickball1,Tennis5,4, G. , 5,4, Cturruercral Club 3,4, Pres. 4, Senator 4, Pep Club l,2, Uffice Practice 4,Girl'sLeague I,3g Band I, Chorus 4. :XXX .-'tTClllSOlY Tran-ferred frtrrn Illinois 4, jtl QMCGUIREJ BLACKBURN junior Class Queen, 1950 S.L.O. Fiesta Queen, Ir. -Sr. Carnival Queen ,, Student Affairs 2, Pep Club I,2,5, Band I,2,jg Flag l5e.irer4, C.S.F. 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4g SpanishClub 3,4,Gir1's l.c.i.,rr1. t,5. lj.-Xlil. BOESE Tennis i,2, 3,4 EUGENE BRADBURN Spanish Club 4, Baseball 4, Basketball 4. WANDA BRAS Transferred fromS.M. 4, Library Practice, Pep Club 4. CARULYN IXRUUINIER Banu 2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3, G.A.A. 3,4,Girl's League 2,3, Tumbling Team 2, Tennis Team 1,25 Volleyball 2,3, Basketball 2, 5. MARILION BROWN Girl'sl.eague 2,5, Pep Club l,2,3, G.A.A. 3.4, COmm9ICi211 Club 3,4, Band flag, Bearer 4, Play Cast 4, Tumbling TCBVU 2.3: iii-Chatter 4, Aerie Staff 4, Office Practice 4, Archery 2, Tennis 3, Volleyball 5, Basketball 4. PAT BURNS Transferred from Lemoore 4 VIDAL CARRANZA Footuall 1,2, 5, Projection Crew 2, Boxing 2, Lettermen 2, 3,4, Pep Club l,2, 3. MARGARET CARVALHO C.S,F. 4, Basketball 3,Cornmercia1 Club 3,4,Treasurer 4, Span- ish Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 4,Girl'sLeague 2,3. JANET SUE CASEY Comm. uf Activities 4,C.S. F. l,2,3, Spanish Club 1,2, 3,4, G. A.A. 2, 3,4,Class Treasurer 3,Class Secretary 41P9P Club l,2, 3, Senator 3, Band t,3, Aerie Staff 3,4, Orchestra. IQ -J -,W f rl ia ' I Eleanor Acosta R. Ns. W0 'tv' Marcheta Anderson 7' 70' 4 fl Virginia Claude Acosta Anderson . .1 , it wi fx . X! f"""N Ann JoAnn Atchison Blackburn 'nh Earl Eugene Wanda Boese Bradburn Bras 3 ,- UQ t ,. " -ce Carolyn Marilion Pat Brooner v Brown Bums, G? - I 1' if-'Q ' A ,Q ,.., , A Vidal Margaret Janet bue Carranza Carvalho Casey GERRIE CECCHETTI Chorus I,2,3,49 G.A.A. 3,49Girl's League 2,39 Hi-Chatter 4g Opererta 39 Pep Club 4. IRMA CLOSE G.A.A. 3,49 Aerie Staff 49 Hi-Chatter 49 A. K. K. Chorus 2,3 Basketball 2,3,49Girl's League 2,3,49 Volleyball I,2,3g Bad- minton 39 Softball l,2,39 Art Club 29 Office Practice 4. JO COATS Band 2,39 Thespians 49 Spanish Club 3,49 A.K.K. 3,49 Girls League 2, 39 Pep Club l,2, Basketball 49 Play 4. PAT COLLINS Transfer from San Francisco 29 A.K. K. 49 Art Club 2,3,Pl3y Staff 49 Spanish Club 49 Pep Club 2,3,49 Basketball 3,49 Speed ball 29 Badminton 39 Softball 39 Volleyball 39 Class Scribe 4. GLORIE COOK Library Practice 49 Office Practice 39Girl'sl.eague 2, 39 Pep Club 2,49 Chorus 3,42 Softball 29 Basketball 3,49 Archery 29lli-Chat- ter 39 Volleyball 2. CLARA CORELLA Sophomore Play, Girl'sLeague 2,39 G.A.A. 3,4- A.K.K. 3,49 Hi Chatter 3,49 Pep Club l,29Office Practice 2, 3,49 Archery 2, 39 Basketball l,2,3,49 Volleyball 2,3,4. BARBARA CUNNINGHAM Transferred fromS. L. O. 9Archery 29 Chorus 3,49Girl's League 39 Basketball 3.4: Library Practice 4g Operetta 3. EILEEN DANA G.A.A. 2, 3,49Girl's League 2, 39 Pep Club l,2, 39 Latin Club 2, 3,49 Spanish Club 39C.S.F. 39 Tumbling Team 2, 3,SllldQfll Af- fairs l9 Office Practice 4g S. B. Secretary 4. CHESTER DEL CASTILLO Band l,2,3,49 Swing Band 3,4jOTChCSIl'H l,2, 39 Chorus 49 Clinic Band 3,49 Pep Club l. FAY CBENSONJ DE LOZIER Spanish Club 2, 39 Art Club 29 Chorus I9Girl'si.cague 39 A.K. K. 3,49 Play 3. MARIORIE DENNERLEIN Comm. of Publicity 49 Senator 39Aerie Ed. 49 Song Leader 39 C. S.F. 2, 3,49Sec. 29 Pres. 39 Class Secretary l9Spanish Club 2,3, 49 Pres. 49 V. Pres. 39 Band I,2,39 Music Dept. Scribe 39 Clinic Band 39 Hi-Chatter Staff 49 G.A.A. 3,49 A.K.K. 49 PlaysStaff 2,49 Office Practice 49 Pep Club I,2,3Q Speech 39Girl's League 1,39 Tennis 3. GRACE DOHI C.S.F. 2,3,49 Sec. 49 G.A.A. 3,49 Pres. 49 Pep Club I,2,3g Spanish Club 2,3,4Q Treas. 39 V. Pres. 49 lli-Chatter 49 Asst. Ed. 49 Aerie Staff 49Girl's League 2, 39 Song Leader 39 Speech 39 Basketball Chmp. Team 49 Orch. 3.4. ROSEMARY DOKTER Comii . of Finance 49 C.S.F. 2,3,49 Spanish Club 2,3949 G.A. A. 3,49 Tumbling Team 2,39 Band 2,3,4,Pep Cluh l,2, 39 Class Queen 29 Thespians 49Swing Band 2, 39 Inter-School Council Sec. 49 Plays 3,49 Tennis 2, 3. BONNIE DONAHUE Pep Club I,2,3,49 Cheer Leader 39Girl's State 39 C.S.F. 39 G. A.A. 3,49 Hi-Chatter 49 Aerie Staff 49 Play Cast 3,49 Spanish Club 2, 3,41 Thespians 4. ELINOR FERREIRA G.A.A. 3,49Girl's League 2,39 Spanish Club 29 Latin Club 39 Basketball 3,4: Volleyball 39 A. K. K. 2, 3,4. JERRY FIALHO Uperettas l,25 Play 35 Basketball 35 Chorus I,2,3,45 Latin Club 3-4- RONALD FOXLN Football l,2,3,45 Basketball I,2,3,45 Baseball 152,45 Track 1, 2,3,4gCt'1til1i. Of.-Xctiv1t1es35 Ili-Chatter Ed. 35 Pep Club 1,25 Office Practice 45 Letterman Club 1,2, 3,4. LAURA FRJTCII Thespians 3,45 Play Staff 25 G.A. A. 3,45 Spanish Club 2, 35 A. K. K. 3,45 Sec. 45 Radio 3,45Girl's League 2. JAMES GRIEB Football I,2, 35 Letterman 2, 3,45 Track lg Proj. Crew 2, 3. RGY GRIFFIN Letterman Club 3,45 Proi. Crew 2, 3, R. A. HATLEY Tennis 2, 3,45 Letterman Club 2, 3,45 Chorus 3,4. CAROLE IIELZER Spanish Club I,2, 3,45 C. S.F. I,2,3,45 Basketball 45 Volleyball 2,35 G1rl'sLeague 2, 35 Art Club 2,3. DON IIODGE Basketball 2, 35 Track 25 Football 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Letter- man Club 2, 3,45 Pep Club l,2, 3. SHIRLEY HOFFMAN Spanish Club 35A. K. K. 45G1rl's League 2, 35G.A.A. 45Volley- ball l,2, 35 Softball 1,23 Basketball 45 Office Practice 4. KAY HOLMES Football I,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Letterman Club 1,2,3,45 Leiter Trophy QQCIEISS Pres. 45 Comm. of Publicity 45 F.F.A. 2,3,4. CLYDE HOWLAND Band 1,2, 3,45 Letterman Club 2, 3,45 Football I,2,3,45 Basket- ball I,2, 35 Chorus 1,25 Operetta 2. BILL HUGHART Chorus 3,45Pep Club I,2,3,L6llSI'I'I1aDClUiJ 2,3,45Ag. 25Tennis 2,3,45 Radio 4. DANIEL HUGHES Football I,2, 3,45 Letterman Club 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1,2, 35 Track 35 Boxing 2,3,4. EVELYN JENSEN Pep Club 1,25 C.S.F. 2.35 Spanish Club 2,3,4g Band 2,3,4g Swing Band 45 Girl's League I, 3. JEANIE JENSEN Transfer Montana 35A. K. K. 3,45Pep Club 3,45Class Vice-Pres. 45 Basketball 45 Library 45 Girl's League 3. 2 1,5 1 4 5, i5 Q V Jerry Ronald Laura Fialho Foxen Fritch ul in Grieb Griffin Halley MQW S- Q. 'ur Carole Don Shirley Helzer Ilodge Hoffman Ka Clyde Bi Holmes Howland Hughart Daniel Evelyn Jeanie Hughes Jensen Jensen fl 4 W 5 .... I fr I fl.,,,?,M'I'k V 4, 'A - .. I Richard Morton Johnson Leiter T 1 . 'E- 49 fl ss im Lovern ,., . .- .. .ima 2. , ffm? . . ,,,,., .Mia H -1 -i M- 'vw emiwsff V- - 1' -1 A 'I if ' STH ' F 1' Z fe aa P , , i S Ea. Q 49 'A I f , ,im ,gag K , . V fi, Q 4 " "ij ' U 'Wh fe any -5. ,J 1,3 af '-92 Q P H 4553 f 'i s t W 3' 'LQ , john Dale McClure Charles Doris Madruga Mallory David Mallory Lela Mae Frank joe Ralph o Mill Moffitt Edward Molette .fglff RICHARD JOHNSON S.B. Pres. 4,Comm. of Finance ,Football mg. 3,F.F.A. ,Sec., V. Pres. 3, Local Coop. Quiz winner 2,j,.4,, Local 81 Sectional public Speaking winner 3, Bankers award 8, Letter Winner 3, C. S.F. Life Member, Letterman Club 3,4g Spanish Club 2, 3, 4g A. K. K. 4. MORTON LEITER Basketball I,2,3, Tennis I,2,3, Letterman Club 2,3,4, Latin Club I,2, 3,4, Spanish Club 3, C. S.F. 2, 3,4, Defense board 4. JOHN LINDHOLM Pep Club. BILL LOVERN Spanish Club l,2, 3, Tennis Club 2, Senator 3, Letterman 2, Play Production 4, Thespian 4, Play cast 4. JIM MC CARTHY Transferred from Los Angeles DALE MC CLURE Pep Club. CHARLES MADRUGA Band 2,3,4, Swing Band 4, F.F.A. 3,4. DORIS MALLORY Girl's League I,2, 3. DAVID MALLORY Orchestra I,2, 3,4,Chorus 4,C. S.F. 4,All Calif. Ir. Sym. Orch. I,2, 3,4, String Ensemble I,2, 3,4, Latin Club 3, Operutta i, 3. LELA MAE MALLORY Girl'sLeague l,2,3, A. K. K. 3,4, Team 2, 3,4 FRANK MAYES Football 2, 3,4, All Conference 4, Drama 4, Letterman Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, Play 4, Office Practice 4,Library Practice 3, 4, Radio 4. JOE MICKEY Football 3, Letterman Club 3.4, Projection Crew 3,4, Basketball mgr. 3, Pep Club l,2,3,4,1.V. Baseball I RALPH MILL Pep Club, Projection Crew. BOB MOFFITT Baseball 3, Pep Club l,2. EDWARD MOLETTE Plays 3,4, Tennis 2. liS'l HER FxlUiLALLS A. K. K. 5,45 Baskttball t,2, 55 Pep Chit. 1,25 Girl s League 25 Band. HUB Nl'-.K.1+.fXlUPo'1 Basketball l,2, 55 l.utterrnan Club 1,2, 5,45 J. Y. F1itwtbal.55Py.,- Jectttin Crew 5,45 Pep Club 152, 5,45Box1ng 2. GRACE OWENS Pep Club lg Girls League lp Library Practice 4. JOHN PEIN SB. President 45 Comm. of Athletics 45 Class President 1,25 Football 2, 5.45 Basketball l,2, 5,45 Baseball l,2, 5,45 Band 1,25 5,45 Swing Band 2,55 All Calif. H. S. Sym. 2, 55 Clinic Band 1, 2, 5, 45 Letterman Club t,2, 5,45 Spanish Club 45 Student Affairs 1. MARILYN PEIN G.A.A. 5,45 Cheerleader 55 Pep Club 1,25 55Girl's League t,2, 55 Band 55 V. Pres. Pep Club 45 Homecoming Princess 45 Senator 45 Latin Club 5,4. SHIRLEY PERRY Homecoming Queen 45 Spanish Club 25 Pep Club 1,25 Office Prac- tice 5,45 Girls League 2, 55 Softball 1,25 Basketball 5,45 Speed- ball 55 HifChatter 4. JUETTA fl-'Hll.l.lPSJ KREPS G.A.A 5,45Pep Club l,25ll35liCIl73ll3,45VOl1Cyl53ll25Sx'fIb3ll 1,25 Office Practice 1,45 Girls Legaue 2, 55 Hi-Chatter 5,45Arch' ery 5, JOHN POWER Pep Club t,2, 5,45 Eootball t,2, 5,45 Letterman 1,2, 5,45 Pres. 45 Leiter Trophy 45 Spanish Club 2, 5,45 A. K. K. 5,45 F.F.A. 4. PA ULINE QUARESMA G,A.A. 5,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 A.K.K. 45 Hi-Chatter 45 G11-l'5 League 2, 55 Basketball 2, 5.45 Bolleyball 2, 5,45 Baseball 1,25 5, 45 Uperetta 55 Chorus i,2,5,4. BEN RIVERA C.S.F I,2,3,45 Pres. 45 Letterman I,2,3,45 Latin Club 5,45 Spanish Club 55 Pep Club l,2,55 Senator 2,55 Track l,2,5,4g Football 5,45 Basketball 25 Boxing 2. CHARLES ROCKHOLT Transfer from Bakersfield 55 Pep Club 55 Radio 4. PHILLIP SHOW Letterman 1,25 5,45Class President 55Office Practice 45 Pep Club l,2,55 Football 1,2,5,45 Basketball 1,2,55 Track 152,55 Base- ball 1,25 F.E.A. 5,4. ARLENE SMITH C.S.F. l,2,5,45 Scribe 45 All S.C. H.S. Orch. 2,55Clll'1lC Band 255,45 Music Dept. Sec.-Treas. 25 Band 5,45 Sec.-Treas. 41 Swing Band 2, 55 Library 25 55Orchestra 1,25 Operetta 1,55 Chorus Pianist l525Spanish Club 2, 5,45String Ensemble 25Pep Club 1,2, 55 Office Practice 45 G1rl's League 2, 5. BILL SMITH Letterman Club 55 Art Club 55 Boxing 2. DON SOUZA Football 2,5,45 Letterman Club 2, 5,45 Office Practice 2, 5,45 F. F.A. 2,5545 Band 5,45 Boxing 5,45 F.E.A. Sentinel 55 F.F.A. 12 Esther Bob Grace Morales Nakamora Owens X. 6- John Marilyn Shirley Pein Pein Perry Jbetta fPhillipsJ Kreps Ben John Power Charles Rivera Rockholt Judging Team 55 F. F. A. Point Award Winner. Arlene B511 Smith Smith 15" 2.4, tl Pauline Quaresma 43 Q? Phillip Show Q- i Don Souza 13,1 George Spl'OU1 Stole Sylvester Li gr, Teramoto Tipay Tisdale David Tooley 3 Harold Turner 'ns Barbara Whitmer Ronnie Tremper Anne Truitt xv 'C A nna Wa hliquist A 'ar ,- fs 7 'fbi' aljl ' -.S Ann Weirbinski . 2,5 I Shirlene Walker if.. li i Wanda Wiles ROMADINE KLACKEYJ SPROUL Pep Club I,25 Hi-Chatter 3,45 Aerie Staff 4. DON STOTE Footlrail 3,45 Aerie Staff 45 Banu fl,3,.Qg Track 2, ,45 Basketball 2, 3,45 Baseball 4. GEORGE SYLVESTER Transferred from Carpinteria45Foothall45 liaskt-thall 45 Track .35 Drama Cast 45 Hi-Chatter Staff 45 Ed. 45 Radio 45 Thespiuu iff. LILY TERAMOTO A. K. K. 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Basketball2, 3,45 Volleyball 2, 35Hasc- lall lg Girl's League 2, 35 Office Practice 45 Aerie Staff 4. DOLORES TIPAY Spanish Club 1,25 Office Practice 3,45A. K. K. 2, 3,45 Latin Club 45 G.A.A. 35 Baseball l,2, Basketball 3,45 Badminton 25 Pep Club 25 Girl's League 2, 3. NANCY TISDALE Girl's League 2,35 Tumbling Team 35lli-Chatter 3,45 Aerie Staff 45 Basketball 3,45Sofrball 25 Volleyball 25Chorus 2,3,45Operetta 3. DAVID TOOLEY F.E.A. 35 Chorus 3,45 Football 25 Pep Club 2,35 Letterman 2,3, 4. RONNIE TREMPER Football 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Letterman 3,45 Hi-Charter 35 F.F.A. 2,3,4. ANNE TRUITT C.S. F. l,2, 3,45 Spanish Club l,2, 3,45 Comni. ofCivilDeft-nse 45 G.A.A. 3,45 Pep Club i,2,35 Senator 35 Latin Club 2,35 Band l,2, 35 A. K.K. 45Gil'1'S League 2, 35Aerie Staff 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Speedball 2. HAROLD TURNER Pep Club. ANNA WA HLIQUIST Transferred from Redlands l5SpanishClub 2, 3,45 Girls League 2, 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Operetta 35 Volleyball 2. SHIRLENE WALKER Hi5Chatter Staff 45 Office Practice 3,45 Pep Club i,2, 35 Gir1's League 2,35 Archery 3. BARBARA WHITMER Pep. Club I,25 Comniercial Club 35 Girl's League l,2, 3. ANN WEIRBINSKI S.B. Sec. 45 Class Treasurer 45 Senator 35 Spanish Club 2,3,45 C.S.F. 2,3,45 Swing Band Vocalist 25 Pep Club l,2,35 G.A.A. 3,45 Chorus l,2, BQOPCISIIB I, 35A. K. K. 3,45Girl's League 2,3. WANDA WILES Student Affairs 15 Senator 25 Chorus 45 Office Practice 45 Girl's League 2,3. .lit N lx WIS LXIA N Trait-fer from San Jtatiuin Valley 4. lfllll.-.itll YORK ilano i 2, 5.4, Track 1.2, 5.4. J. X". I'YttttID3u2.,5QC11lllij Band 2 5. I' ITA 2, 5,4, Chorus 4, F. F. A Poultry Judging Team 4. frNGLl.lN.- ZAMBLTIS Transfer from Pennsylvania 2, C.S.F. 2,5, A,K,K, 2,3,LaIi11 Cluh 3, Eli-Chatter Staff 4, C 'l's League 2,3, Orchestra 3,4 Radio 2, 5, Office Practice 4, Ar' nery 2, 5, Speedball 3. Stfil- frtS NOT PICTURED JOHN BRABIQCK Transfer from Lompoc 4, Basketball 4, Play Cast 4. PA l'L HRK BECK Transfer from Lompoc 4g Vice-President Inter School Council, Bt.-y's State, Basketball 4, Baseball 4. MASS Wlll I. LLE.-XNOR ACOSTA will tny quiet ways to Larry Knight. I, VIRGINIA ACOSTA will my senior year to Carol Jaramillo as she might not have one. I, CLAUDE ANDERSON willtny fa- vorite poem haek to the seagulls. I, MARCHETA ANDERSON will all tny office practices to anyone who thinks they could handle them. I, ANN ATCHISON will my seatin fourth period cities to Katy Rivera. I, JOANN LMC GUIREJ BLACKBURN will my experience with married life to all the girls getting mar- ried a ter graduation. I, EARL BOESE will my smile to Gerald Sloan. I, JOHN BRABECR will my dramatic ability to next year's play cast. I, PAUL BRABECK will the Lompoc girls to Orville Willis. I, EUGENE BRADBURN will my gym trunks to Sammy Davis who could use them. I, WANDA BRAS will my natural blonde hair to Janice Patchett. I, MARILEON BROWN tsillmyahility to tell Jokes to Mt. Best. I, CAROLYN BROONER will my seat on the band bus to Gary Murray, so he can sit with Charettc. I, PAT BURNS, having nothing to spare, will nothing. I, VIDAL CARRANZA will my ability to get along with girls tojohn Sharps as he could use it. I, MARGARET CAR- VALHO will my chatter to Mona Cretsinger. I, JANET SUE CASEY will my ability at not getting along with fellows to the unfortunate girls who plan to marry. 1, GERRIE CECCHETTI will my jokes to Leta Brown. I, IRMA CLOSE will my little brother, Ralph, to anyone who can get along with him. I, JO COATS will my position as stage manager for the plays this year to a senior next year. I, PAT COLLINS will my senseof humor to Mr. Beauchamp so he will laugh things off. I, GLORIA COOK will my clean white oxfords to Patty Derry if she can ever find them clean. I, CLARA CORELLA will my ability to draw crooked lines on straight stencils to the next art editor of the paper. I, BARBARA CUMMINGI-lAMwill my ability to knitsocks incivics to Faye Yates. I, EILEEN DANA willmy job at the stand to some poor starving soul. I, CHESTER DEL CASTILLO will my saxophone to Alton Lee so he can .serenade Diane Rowley with it, I, FAYE DE LOZIER will my crowning glory to the Hair- dresser's Association. I, MARIORIE DENNERLEIN will not my siege with Aerie Printing deadlines to future Aerie editors, but smoother sailing. I, GRACE DOHI will my job as assistant ed- itor of Ili-Chatter to my worst enerfiy. I, ROSEMARY DOKTER will my enthusiasm for living to Tommy Cannon. I, BONNIE DONAHUE will my five pair of angora socks to Francine in exchange for her cashmere sweater. 1, ELINOR FERREIRAwill my braces to Arthur Dias. I, JERRY FIALHO will myD in Latin to some poor Freshman that will be taking Latin. I, RONNIE FOXEN will Francine to Bob Wierbinski to keep an eye on when l'm not around next year. l, LAURA FRITCH will six seconds of silence to Miss Steigerwalt. I, ROBERT GONZALES will my place in school to some unfortunate brain. I, JAMES GRIEB will my little Ford to Paula. I, ROY GRIFFIN will my ability to pass in U.S. History in three semesters to all future Juniors. I, R. A. HATLEY will my red hair to Phyllis DeLozier. I, CAROLE HELZER will my tall stature to Nancy Locke. 1, DON HODGE will my car and all its knocks and rattles to the San Luis dump. 1, SHIRLEY HOFFMAN will my place in chemistry to Melba Philbrick in hopes that she can get an I, KAY HOLMES will my Model "T" to Glenn "Stroker" Mullaney. 'x if ,v gp V" 'K ff! QCII? ,f',,at3f , E., Ju ' Av M if 9-9 ' V "--. P NNY Elma J Y -. w-fd 'fs ,F , ,Q Y HR 'if A. ? l 'i Margw D Dull S. N, M. 111111 1 C11d111L- Laura , ,L -...s. I "1 R ' -eu 'Fu .xuf fN1a11Lu11 A111141 M , 4- X- 811119 Eucxe Evelyn Chester Paulme X 1 x X. 812 .1 Billy Irma Clara 7 Ar ' 'A.V M , ,Q Vidal W3 M- .Q -,,. M I , .A,5 wr gi """ , 34 V? . A bv . lg E K' ,, .3 , ' Ev' 55137 1' saga, 41 K4 is f ' is 4 : ,f X V r I I uw..,, 3, is gg , A .. S 'J Gracie Carolyn EA. 9 V Patty . 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I Mucha V Relnart N Blamhard R Ormonde C' Amaral P Delozler R Wheeler C, Jarannllo D Phllllps 3RD ROW Brabeck B Bmle Owtulu G Brown D Wxldms A Mollute A Mclnury M Harrmgton ck xor Bac I Dunkan Klause O Campbell Ellen Duncan E 5 NB o MPAA LE f e CSXG 0 xd 9 V561 9:25 are YT xjxffe 56 S QW IST ROW LEFT TO RIK HT H Arevelos G Brown M Ormonde M L Sllverla G Perry B Burkes 1 Mayes I Strnett P Wllson M brlverra L Knight J Thompson UNID ROM E Trerbel D Knotts O Wrllls B Trpaw B Wheat L Mrtchcl C jaramrllo J Arellanes B llrlton B Wxerbxnskr Z Sludmore G Sloan I Gndley L Bradburn Y Wannabe 3RD ROVN K McClure H Hudson M Pnrkey B Abrams A lllndman l llmdman L Epp R Lee I Reyes R bakamota D Johnson I Kitchen U Rodnquez G Xlehlschau J Caldon A johnson B Sullivan D lloward L Bordon C Thompson 4Tll ROW A johnson ll Barr ll Hams L boularte D Cassell R Anderson V Long H Nolan D Shrffrar T Mulder B Foster D Campbell R Robinson B Qualle l Wollston W Fller Conslderrng themselves as upper classmen the lunxor Class started then' busy year by eleetxng their class offrcers First on their class actrwlty lrst was the orderxng of thc, 57 class rtngs whrch they reserved rn the early part ofthe year The class was seen sportmg thexr maroon and whrte class swtattrs toward the end of the year At the annual Iumor bemor Barbecue and Prom the Juntots were the hosts The Junror Scmor Carmval was another event of the year whxch saw the Iumors taking the upper hand Jo ET HN w T Te O NC Ll SL ON AM S 3 5 X OU 1? 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' D ,....-5 uofi r' D IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT B Buss M Gamboa I Bren nan S Stelgler R Anderson J Colvm E Turner I Souza N Canby M L Jensen D F Green C Volle K Alfred W Thompson B McOskar R Ramul M Holland C Heleberton IA Pope, I Roberts M Teremoto A Hussey R Toko L Cook 2ND ROW G Cool C Rusch G Klause K Azevedo Z Gr1dley R Norrck, L Brown S Sloan N Carranza S Ross B Fernamberg, R Rogers MI Montgomery S Drxon V Brown D Whrtmar Burr P Hunt B Wnhrow M Wxlhams J Foster Garlbreth R Sllva P Brown I F Sprcer 3RD ROW Hannaman M Fry P Anderson, M Osborn M Rogers Show D Rowley, W Strutton D Shrffrar, D Calloway P Dana P Derry M Copeland C Seals, E Anderson, I Foster N Slmrly B Ward F Yates BER 9916 N QB SW 003 QLD we 9156 nt m4 BNA O ?t 6 5X6 I , X131 xl ofa XIXCC SC 20 X . ,Xl i L24 ' bf' I 1ST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT J Tabb H Gastenerous, F Canby R Close B Porter L Olrver D Ashton D Burdlck C Oldham G Murry 2ND ROW J Borba J Agulrre D Corella J Harnson C Reed T Ullery T Berryhlll L Frsher G Dague, G Bally F Mollette 3RD ROW G Wrlson T Balamboa G Bray D Messer C Dennerleln F Johnson E Carrera J Sturgen,J Blddle G Kotab, R Patchet C Truesdale 4TH ROW R Relmal A Manderas B Wtnslow I R Love R Kodane C Graves E Castel I Caldrone I Chaves R Calleway R Toomey H Carper 5TH ROW R Beary R Lerghton D Brown H Sakamoto, R Bantamp F Rosa R Frant R Godfrey J Sharps D Hardlng N Stlverxa J Moody S Pavrt Commg back to hlgh school well mformed and well educated rn hrgh school do s and don ts the sophomore class started off therr actrvltres w1th a bang grvlng the Freshmen a bug receptxon ln the school gym The class got together agarn at the end of the year to order therr class pms and sat back to walt for therr arrrval Lookmg forward to belng an upperclassman the end of the year found most of the class talkxng of the followmg year AL I, AR RUE R 3 X asllre F1 21 r ,, A I I, ,X I 5' ,, . -f C B IN T vhs A H ,DALE q F BQUSS Yk, ' R, . - Tre S . 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A , OX 1' 1 I fr 'V 5166 Y w C N 'idea 3-A gn.:-. 0 IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT A Baxtor R Conrow I Ikrr 1' Harr ngton I Harrwan L Tolsdo E Dawson I S1mn s B D1c1ccns T Mnnar A D1as 11 S111noza1c1 B Rremal S Gamez I johnson B on R s c B Nt hbo D Ro ers J MLG nrt L B as IND ROW G Carranaa Terry Bla Lly G Robuts D Klllf' J Bowd1s11 H T'i1Jl1Il1 J Skrnncr D Mulder B Bowman R Pcrr C 1 trson D La11f1l , D A dr ws A Let S A bwill T m Be lcx D Le ht M P111 13 A 1N1KC1t,SIllCy B S111 nlsy ,RD ROW D Wzuters R 1'trrar1 R Dxer J Mallorv B Bcttcncotrt I Allcn B Oesterlc R Garrett S Sells I Gretn A DL Xf1llOIld S Str t11 D MLC1urc, G Wrldu R Lr 1m trt a cs 1 1111 R Go rex A1 1 es H Rmdcll I Acosta 4TH R L Lasspll M Burns V Gamboa T S11utr11 G Grrtb 1 Looksey A Andradz. R Calxtrt R Gam nson 1 S Wo D ELl1l11lII1.1S S N11 hbors lx hli, Ll T lL ruord class of 1934 were wtlcorncd to tht, ta11111s uf A G 1. H S w1th an asscmblx 1n w1nLh t1L Llassts 111 11111 sd 11 70111. stc 1 Thy nuv statm arrann L11 cnt left one xacant 5 acc W11lC1 t L Fros unmcdrattlw 1nd roudlx OLLL1 11.11 and axe out w1t'1 tht U'ldlIlOIl8l 1111 rah Lhper of tht Llasses lt was not lon btfort t IC brand new faws wut po wnlarly cstabl1s1ed at our school T1 e Freshmen soual st11d1f:s classm 101 ntttrnd to do all the old post clpcoritrn for t Q Iootball amps domg tht ob wcll T 1C Frosn awe tl L r ann ral retum danne to t1 c son 101110115 rn 119 second sen ester ln add1t1on to these two o11tstand1nfwxentsoft11e class, the frosh also omcd n on thu sports n111s1c' clubs an ot1cr act1x1t1e,s and 1:01 cd Hood luadcrs lll Illafly d1ftLrent f1elds ef? DHA Ao XX ALLE 04, R Q30 fe asu t I' 6 Afms 23 U1 B' ,Aims Vm'-""":"""-----,-J.-L... hm' 1 I , 'S B 15 ' 1 1 , -, 1 . t , . 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'S gs 1. . ,- 1, ' X111 EL' ' ,J K J, 1 1. , J V 1' I 1 , C ' ' 11 : vw , 1 3 1 . 3 - - E . - 1 - 1 1 ' . 1 ,' ' 1 r 1 ' ' 1- ll U - g ' r . 3 ' 11 g 1 , ' , . 1 ' S ' '11 1 ' .1 11 ' ' 1 1 . A V X ' 5, i ' . l ' 5 H 1 - I 1 1 d i ,- N. 1 O 1 A. 1 ' V X r r J A V - C 1, T , 4 ll F V 1 V' A T X . A ' ' . T A 7 5 '4 ii 'I lj. 5 ig- - gg r .J - 1 , 1 X ,' I . 7 , 'B ' mr f' Q' 1 T S scribe gr, A 1'- Q- 906 Oselb f O S af YS . xc? Q46 Hill Slllll I I X QVQQIQQOQC mgw CHU Illl yi? 1 'six .006 'X ?O5?g-sex C1010 X Qvsgfok 9 455- 000 O96 X QQ xo X Y9efOiOxx'4"Ofb o c 0665 94 The First Semester QP? 05 Student Council saw much ac- 509. 0095 tivity in 1950 with several gi xeezoee ideas being adopted and put Sygogftdxcgxdx 96 into use. A Calender for the C' Y, QQV meetings ofclasses and clubs 99.604 OK on certain days was arranged 9 9 6500.6 early and days were designat- OQ5 699x090 ed for the meetings. 53000 Q0 Aposter blank was originated for these YL wishing posters for activites. These were filled out with information and given to the X. A' X i ' ,a Art Classes. A new office was occupied for the first time with the Commissioner of Secretarial Duties joining the Government. The council attended a leadership training conference in Atascadero in late August and attended an inner-school council meeting in San Luis Obispo early in October. Arroyo was host of one of these meetings in December. To help the financial difficulties, the Student Body purchased asnow-cone machine which was operated for the Student Body benefit. A new financial system was started in the fall for better care of the Student Body funds. All clubs and classes were asked to elect a scribe or reporter to turn over their activities to be printed in the school paper and local papers to help publicize school ac- tivities. Electing A, G, U, High's first Homecoming Queen and staging a down town Homecoming Parade were also new activities of the Fall Council. 24 J' V if . X X Q9 'X Oowtlwc X60 9 . 0 'Sola ' Qlexoy X MALAL sim ERI l CO1'DH11S:1JY1eI of -Xthleuc 7 4 fff ix .xx -X. Nl xr u T ,, t , . ,A 4 XM A l A " ' 1 X,?!f4 x X 1 Q.e7 J f KAY Hlll i Cnrxlr xx , - n J , T ' CHU llll y f A ff' .jfs QV X 76, A 1' Z X !f X f I Working along with civics classes the student council set up a defense board in the school During the year stu dents were taught first aid and these students taught others in the school Severalspeakers were in vited up to the high school to talk along this line The council attended two county Inter school council meetings and ArroyoGrande Union High led dis cussion in the defense activities between the schools Manystudents assemblies were sponsored by the student council and noon reaction continued on a large scale. The councilmen also continued in the works of the All Conference Teams consisting of the chosen players of the high schools in San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara Counties to form one team of outstanding players. SEMESTER Sl URS V, XKULH bxhuxa Cf Xndd n M pcm 7 mu 'N xx AUGUR ., E ' N I L ' -3 u , 'Fi I ' . A Tl A ,goth ' i i' .- wfx ,',.- is , hamv' TFT TO RKGXW nu - QU. MA Pad-gkgmmxx. N' Mkmbc FRONT ROW' L45 Gwen. V4 News Wmhxuxi. 5' ' QMS. ' Cabanaiv ' -,HM A' , 3 , - ' KI '1 " Aw gn. . P. R,-u. . ' : . ' , . I' , ', ' ', . S' C. , .P ',B.L ,j.R" ,l,Tu ,'. e l',W.B ,P c1.,. Xu rd, , . LW Y Dua 3 hxxmx pm Y xl!- SEC D SEMESTER Sl IURS FRONT ROW LEF john Ln Cox E erry ovem mera resdale 5 W axherlx rasl ohm P Andersku R Rndgers F W11k1nsnolp1uuredW Owen D Shlf f r J Green T TO RIGHT G Wllsun R Dwer lx Sllwerla T Z6 SIIHIHH Arroyo Grande High School was host at a meeting of the San Luis Obispo-Northern Santa Barbara Coun- ty Inter -School council for high schools in Arroyo Grande in an all-day ses sion in December. High schools from Santa Ynez, Lompoc, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, Atascadero, Paso Robles and Arroyo Grande were rep- presented, Anoon luncheonwas served and there was a brief entertainment program. CHU 47 ll Il 39+ i ....-J 1 can-Q., --I. 1...J"" edt'- Q4 ,vw 51: gi iqinuullov g-alu--- -ld anal-' --...Q o--1 Ji-nan-I ........J i ul1' i ...J ,XP .J..J ng mx sf X JIX1 PLIQLELI GRACL LIFRLX LLIHORD BOSNNELL Studuxt B dx Adu or DednwfG1r1 x1D1k FINLIH DOLLY XNhlLb buremrw burelirx X fx Guxdanm KEINNLTH OGAIN OLIVE HOFF Attendance Offmcr Lmranan CUSTODIANS VNILLIAM CJUITOIN XL HUFUINPR LEO MC NEIL - i i 5,5 J 4' .J 28 GLORGE KITCHEL I ru ., ,4 ,, V.. - K a . 3 A . -.. 4 1' '4 . 134 " 2 3 i ' .wa V W -- , ' , I , . . ,,, 1 , aw., ap.- f ...J 7' f ' g f 5 ... ' s . l 7 4 n --.f' .- V .1 ' I . J ... ' , ' l ,,,, l x x V Ov-f' Q 5 -E ...ff , .Q ' R . . 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X 1 X t L N o I , fy ef, X-of Q QQXX f ix X- LF 57 KX ll E Q C5 Q P uf-hadx xl B ea R zchard Best ki 59-W lvlmrne Byers Clifford Boswell Ruth Keel 30 Willard Cole wffxan Alvifa Le R oy Ivlatchan Donald Meyers Rebecca Olson 31 G1-ace Lien E1-mln Ogan Y auXdi0g J. lm purc wth P 611 Olive Rauch Ruby Salters ll if Sara Steigerwalt D Souza K Alfred C Anderson R Bontemp S Bay D Corella C Dans l Dawrs C DelCast1 R Dokter E Fagerbourg L Frsher B Gearhart R Godfrey L Goulart D Howard C Howland E Jen sen S Weatherly 5 Wolfe E Wheeler V Jones A Lee B Lexerette C Madruga D McClure W McNe1l E Mehlschau W Owens J Plen M Phtlbrtck F Rosa D Rowle M bchussman A Smtth D Stote G Stllwell J Tabb T Tabb C Thompson C Votle Claude Anderson Prestdent Don Corella Vice Prestdent Arlene Smtth Sec Treas Elame Mehlschau Ltbrartan Frances Dana Chester Del Casullo Martleon Brown Patty Derrx Charlotte McChesney Carolyn Brooner Edrth Fagerbt urg 33 l l l . , , , . , . , . r ', . ' , . ", . ", . 'llo, I L , X ' 4 t , 1 'gf' - 9' I Gneb L Borden J McCarthy G Murray R Walker G Wllder E I Gll The Arroyo Grande Unron H1gh School s Gentlemen s Glee Club sang at many of the hlgh school P T A meetlngs were represented rn the many choral festlvals held took part ln many assemblles and marched wrth the band mn many of the football game half tlme stunts The of flcersare Mackpurkey Pres ldent Lee Borden Vlce Presl dent Ernest Trelble Secretary Treasurer J1mmy urrb Sgt at Arms and R A Hatley Llbra rlan FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT E Trexbel R A Halley G Russell D Row ley J l-Iarrrngton A Dlac D Burdlck T Balamboa SECOND ROW D Tooley G Sullwell Mr Slmons L Knxght J Skmner S Wolfe B Ruch THIRD ROW E Wxlson C DelCasL1l1oJ Fxalho D Howard B Burkes L Frsher A Johnson F Canby FOURTH ROW E Swall R Cal York lHl I HRM Il All GIIHS C IIRIIS FIRST ROW M Apodoca W Wrles C Iaramlllo M Wrles S Sloan R Corcalhs R Ormonde SECOND ROW A Moleue P DeLoz1er M Bandur raga Mr Slmons E Allen V Roberts M Souza C Amarell THIRD ROW B Caldron F Tate M Brabeck R Rodgers I Truesdale FOURTH ROW A Ivey V Wnghr M Maracrgan R Wheeler E Wheeler M Ander son 34 The Intermedlate Gu-1 s Chorus learned the fundamental steps of slnglng m a chorus They performed at the Chr1st mas assembhes W1th the other choruses they alsojolned ln for many assembhes Offlcers of the Chorus are Arletta Mollette Presldent Ir1s Truesdale Vlce Pres1dent,Marcheta Anderson Secretary lreasurer and Phylls DeLoz1er L1brar1an l vert, D. Mallory, S. Wolfe, J. Tatum, M. Purkey, Bill Hughart. FIFTH ROW: l I 9 H FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT B Loose N H111 G lVllOSS1 P Marun S Russ E Turner J Pope S Srgler SECOND ROW S D1xson A Wahlqurst C Ha11bul Mr S1mons I Souza M Fry R Nouck B Berryhxll THIRD ROW E Duncan G Klause D WIlk1DS M Rodgers D Galbranh M Baxter G Cecchetu FOURTH ROW B Br1tt1e J Klause K Azevedo M Harrmgton N Carranza E Mehlschau G Cook B Cunmngham GIIHS' llllllll I SIMBH The Treble Ensemble sang at the High School and Elementary School P.T.A. meetings, Womens Club, the Christmas Radio Show, many assemblies and to close their musical year, the chorus sang for the Baccalaureate Serv- 1ce. Together, with the boys chor- us the group were hosts to the S. L.O. county choral festival held in April and a dance IH March Officers of the group are President .ze r r 1 e Cecchettl Vice Pres Nancy Tisdale Sec retary Treasurer Marcella Rodgers and L1brar1an Paulme Quaresma President .Toyce Colvm Vice President Ann Henson Sec Treas RanonaCore1la Librarian Janice Patchett F T ROM LEFT TO RIGHT J Stewell C, Inna L webasuan Pa 511.1 S U1 dlllkl R .I rntns R 1 1n o RD ROW rt ran mentel J F srer R u 1 1 Fr 35 K ' f ' ' ' 'I ' , ' ' '. ' ' , ' ' Ii . . , . , . , . , . , . . IRS H' ', ' 2 F H ' , 1 ' v' ,J. Ivil- ett, L. lrby, M. I l' . 'EC 'YD ROXNHL. S 1 '1t11, S. DICWSUH, E. Thom S. Mr. S1 ', , W ll g, L. J rdan. THI 'z ii. Ct alla, M, K' se, M, P1 , , Q' , L. C,-o', I. C111 n, P. Hint, M, Ach. 591 URCHISIRA FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Glorte Shum way Angelrna Zambeus SECOND ROW Jane Rrvera Ixancj. H1Il THIRD ROW Mr Beatle Grace Dohr Rex Patchett Shtrley Weatherlx FOURTH ROW Dun Edmonds Stanley Wolfe Davtd Mallory John Sharps Mtvoko Tok, Sarah Doxson Francls Dana Katherme Aze vtdo Martlyn Copeland FIFTH ROW Bob Berry Gene Bras Jacxe Davts LeRoyF1sher Elame Mehlschau Edrth Fagerbourg Armond DeArmond Sammy Wolfe Alton Lee Charette Volle FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Evelynjensen Alton Lee Chester Del Castello Claude Thompson Claudell DSVIS SECOND ROW Claude Anderson Jacre Davls Leroy Ftsher Charlte Madruga Don Corella Rex Patchet Edtth Fagerbourg fpranoj V3 SAM SIMINS GEORGE BLATIE Chorus Instructor Band Orchestra and Instrumental ITIUSIC IDSULIC tor Davld Mallory Geraldme Cecchettm Art Editor Roma Lackey Sproul Qs Onnl e Aczzvme Ona ue S E dlto 1- Asslstant Editor Asslstant Eldltor N, cf AHIII mn Nancy T1sda1e Semor Edxtor f ul C-he I 1 Mar-1or1e Dennerlem Edltor brace Dohl B X Janet Sue Casey Plcture Eldltor X e X 3 Cbiafxag 9 x19 We 5 xef D 25 Oy S on State Glrl s Sports Eldxtor or e 5 XVE 1 SPO1-ts Edlto G6 ?h0f0graP Grace Dohl George Sylvester JW' A Irma Close lst semester Edltor Sylvester Asslstant Edltor Tlsdale Feature EdltOl' Donahue Art Eldltor Corella Glrl s Sports Edltor Quaresma Boy s Sports Brown Sports Edltor Casey Dick Brown Llbrarlan Cecchettr wi' , ii 'i mix xl I .mm K ,' 7 x '1' 7 w 1 I -Q.. Nancy Tlsdale Bonme Donahue H J X- I Clara Corella Roma Lackey Sproul B1ll1e Rosson HI IIHAIIHI SMH Znd semester Trsdale Dohr Close Cecchettr R os son Sylvester Casey Sue Casey FIRST ROW Shulene Walker Shlrely Perry JoetraCPh11l1p5j Krepps Clara Corella Ang1eZambeles B1111e Rosson Grace Pauline Quaresma Dohl SECOND ROW Dlck Brown Anne Truxtt Marjorxe Denner Angle zambetls lem Marxleon Brown Irma Close Bonme Donahue Ted John on 39 x H' l Q I J ly 'IAP f , l ... 1 .4 'Q f , , " I - L Xxx 011 , -as C 7 ' ' X . - - . . v ' - I . - . A 3 Exchange Editor-Sproul Zambetis I ' ' X ' ' - ..... - ' 'n S, Ss, O ' . . - . :L A S . P MQGMESM' HUMHIIIMI G QUEEN Shirley Perry i i K X l ' QF H25 E 3 VA t, M,! .sjfflz 1 BL . A A H. nl- 4I,I,I.'-H' . . r,L A-PM mv' Aj L-. J 1... -x" XY x ,, . N 'x. Q , FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT M Carvalho L M Mallory M Anderbon A Wrerbrmkr L Frxtch S Ca ey F DCLOZIQI SECOND ROW C Helzer J Srmms B Bettencou B Brrtle M Dennerlern A Trullt S H ff n 1 Brown J Duncan THIRD ROW R Keel D Trpay M Dana G Mo 1 B Rob on I Cle fella X rbrus M 1 P Lewrs FL RTH ROW B S llryan E y R ly Valdez Brown I Jensen P Collins W Streetman D Wrlkms J Reyes FIFTH RON J Power K Holmes FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT M Carvolho A Trurtt M Dennerlem R Dokter S Casey P Derry A Nrchols SECOND ROW T Tabb R Toomey A Lee E P yf B R M L J Ry L Epp THIRD ROW lx Hrll M W11118mS K Rivera J Roberts J Muche G Dohl A Smlth L Fr1tch M An derson E Anderson FOURTH ROWJ Rnera L Calvert A W1erb1nsk1 J Kodam V Brown S Dlckson M Pauldmg Mareen 41 I ma , A . ' , . ' . : . ' , . Q, . "', . iss', , 's , , ' use, C. Co , 1. Zarr ", . Pei: , . '. UU 1 . Fu If , . Re 'es, K. ivera, I. ' , D. , : . , . ' , . 4 , . . - ,'. 0 ,H - ' . ' 1 . , . ', . , . err , . ivera, . eirer, . e es, . . 1 ST SEMESTER PRESIDENT R Tremper VICE PRESIDENT E Mehlschau SECRETARY G Perry TREASURER M S11ver1a REPORTER U Rodrequez SENTINEL D Sh1ffrar Hlllllll FARMERS mstructor 42 5 T 2' E T 2 G2 3 5? ff W J at Lt- 'I i I I IR . ,S XXXL N 2 U U2 F1 Z rn U7 hz F1 so xt PRESIDENT E Perry VICE PRESIDENT D Shlffrar SECRETARY C Madruga TREASURER I Arellanes REPORTER C Dennerleln SENTINEL L Goulart HERB BR OWNLEE ple V an , 4 N.. J x 'Nfiun X Egg Q 10: ff' 'fl A 5. SUI 2 -.-Di! i .arf "' 4 FIRST ROW: R. Conrow, B. Reinial, J, Skinner, J. Harrison. SECOND ROW: R. Mills, A, jesse Fiant, G. Tremper, D. McClure, Garrett, R. Griffen, G. Waller, Girls and Boys State repre- sentatives from the class of IQSI left to right: Richard Johnsen, Anne Truitt, Bonnie Donahue, and Morton Leiter, Represent- atives were picked from Pisrno Beach and Arroyo Grande by two A me r ic a n Legions of those cities, 45 Feliz Navidad in A men are seen filling the the Spanish classes. Thi Spanish country, s 5 V 4 . . .K - : 1, sgcixgmx , R. Lat-in, P. .G.U.H.S. Three wise shoes of the members of s is the custom in The ,-JP""" Children of our teachers and office staff. FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT E Mollette L Epp L Bordon G Sylvester T Mulder B Lovem SECOND ROW L Fntch R Dokter M Copeland I Coats B Donahue M Brown N Bowman W Owens Mxss IHIS A S Sarah Stelgerwall 15 duector y-I me i Q30 ba 910 C' ive Scene 9 ai a A X X' 'Q S1939 oi I c FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT G Roberts L Epp J Reyes M Lelter B Qualle B Rlvera G Sulwell D Mallory SECOND ROW R Bontomp C Thompson R Patchett H Sakamoto J Blakely T Munar G Castner B Porter D Ashton THIRD ROW A Trultt N H111 J Roberts I Muche M Lock E Reyes K Rxvera D Tlpay J Cabaness K Alfred C Volle FOURTH ROW M Mehlschau R Wheeler C Davls, V Brown N Show A Atchxson M Pauldlng FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT L Epp D Hodge B Wxerbmskx J Power J Pexn L, 'lhompson J Tabb Brown B Foster T Berryhxll C Graves THIRD ROW S urckson, E Anderson M Dennerleln G D0h1 Rosson E Reyes D Tlpay K Rlvera N Bowman P Anderson J ruvera M Wl1l18l'l'lS R Dokter Acosta E Morrales E Acosta P Dana A Nlchols FOURTH ROW C Helzer E Ferrena A Trultt Fntch A Walquxst A Smlth J Coats A Wxerblnskl J Wyatt B Femanberg P Collms S Casey Mehlschau E Fagerbourg L Calvert S Moffltt C Loverette M1ssPau1d1ng 47 J. Reyes. SECOND ROW: R. Robinson, E. Ceya, L. Ollivera, A. Lee, B.. Sullivan, P. Campbell, B. Qualle, G. , . . . ' , . . : . . , . ' , . '. B. , . . . ' . . ' , . . . , . ' , . ' ' , . . V- , . , . . . , . ' . : . , . ' , - t . L- . u ' D s ' ' n - u ' D . Us ' l ' U - . I ' I E' if 'P ,a A ' ls I I Rx l,I, i L..-nl LATIN CLUB OFFICERS Consuls. C. Anderson, J. Roberts, flst and 2nd row ll. Praetor, N. Hill, fback rowj. Quaestors, C. Anderson, J. Reyes. Tri- bunas Militum, O. Voile, Aedilis, V. Brown, Tribunus Plebis T. Johnson. XX X Qi? ax all 1' , vlt , I ,' i ,J 1 I . I - .2 4 , Lf tr.- 1 X . ' W I-I-. W - I , . 0. ' - I g I A I -.fp f. .1 4 xx... .1 "'- O? , ' H3 L75 X A 9 A I I I -' ,ifvfr ' . C. S. F. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Pres. B. Rivera, f4th row IJ, V. Pres. A. Truitt, Sec, G. Dohi, f2nd row lj Treas. Mary Terremoto, Scribe, A. Smith fgrd row ij SECOND SEMESTER Pres. R. Dokter, fist back rowj V. Pres. S. Dixon f2nd back rowJ Sec. K. Rivera, fgrd back rowj Treas. l, Kodanifqth Dack rowj Scribe, I. Reyes flst front rowl. f "I fir F SOQTQJQVXX1 'E Pa, ' f YF ..,. 5 ffggfiifls 5, .L A . K . K . O F F I C E R S M. Anderson pres., S. Casey, V. Pres. M. Carvalho Treasurer, flastjg L. Fritch Secretary. 1355! ' ' . ,. .!:l'iv. 'f fx - Q X , A - Q fw or adv 1 A I X L I ,, 1 E Qf 'al . . . ar .gs I 'F - yi U. '- is 'I W -IK J ag. . dw .y v-Q' H 3 :Y X i, M gunz!!! Y - I i 'WI ff :nn ,ry N ,fe fha i 4,415 Y' VJ was "-QQ '11 7 - it ri! Y V-M2 -.L 'ti' -5- 3532 J' 2.1. 527: sibu- SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Presidente, M. Dennerlein f4th row 21 V. Presidente Grace Dohi f2nd row IJ Secretario, J. Reyes fist row 2D Tesorera, A. Truitt, Escribiente, N. Bowman f2nd row 25. SECOND SEMESTER Pres. V. Acosta fist row IJ V. Pres. N. Bowman f2nd row zj Sec. K. Rivera f3rd row 22 Tes. A. Nicho1sf3rd row IJ E. Escrib. I. Rivera f4th row IJ. sr- , QE., it This Page Is Donated Through The Courtesy Of UDANIAL MANN AND JOHNSON" THESPIAN OFFICERS Pres. E. Mollette. lst, V. Pres. L. Bordon, Sec. L. Fritchznd, Treas. C. Anderson 3rd, Clerk W. Owens, 4th. 48 9 W A mf T 4, KE I 1?-fa T .2 W I E 2 Qi 5 mf ffl" ,, , X , A C l V fff NN QQ Q 5 if Q 535 'Tk N 1597 0 'QNX V 4 0:5 N C: DNV! MALL Ry W vw cum W, .I X ff BO NIE DONAHUE Pres ldent NANC Y BOWMAN Scr1be 1 ROSEMARY DOKTER JOHN POWERS NIARILYNI PEIN Secretary Treasurer Vlce Presxdent ldEfCOf'1+ 9.20 22' N fi Q? 5 fp 'iv--me Y 51 AWWA 5 P ryg I .41 N ,iv 0 LEADERS AND aPRlNG qongy LEFT TO RlGl1l lr Truebdale Vrolet Azexedo Janne Pat Lheu fcbeerj Wanda brreetman Arthur Draz, Mary Lou Jensen FALL, fro gl, Darlene Bognar, Oleta Campbell, Sally Dean, Ccheerj Bobby Burks, Marx Lou Jen sen, fnot plcturedj Barbara fBussJ Berrx lull 51 L V X, ' ' ,I 1, ' V V K "" x D . nf X C53 gr 3 'UF ai I wg- f S V I ' 4 5 Q- -1 r -f , -N 7? AS'?4 - ' ' .L L w In - , , . fl iff' 5 , Mt-I an ,.4""?,'4"' V , R 'Q' ,Q V. V " y 7 N 1172 - , 1 , . "ua vf. Z af' y .' 4 hx I , QL f gi bfi. X , -Q - .f v 1 41. ' W E 4 if "4 l I If an , , 'A 1 -W A ag fx 'j - .. '- ,,' Q 'A it L, lx. 0 3 -. 'Ist' ' ., f', Jlixsxi -1 L A' - 'V . 1. -A 1 5 A " L. ' l x L r l C H G '61 E N 1,4 E O R S ' l' , s , 'Nz rx . ' V U A -Qn , TOM BURT GLENN MULLANY Head Coach Asslstant Coach LEITER TROPHY KAY HOLMES JOHN POWERS CHARLES COOK Assistant J.V.Coach DONALD MYERS .Tunior Varsity Coach if 52 ,.,,, , 1 I 5. 0 's', ' 7' -sf' It ., - 1. -ffl ,pw 2? 5 14.gif I A 'Ve W Ale' V xx ' ,' "Q, S., .f x,'f,c. ! .J If .2 41' Ala V "N ll .U ko' . 4 ' V -'Q . .'7.i"5-if x-lH",' J 1,5 ,L W g,gg9 f'::'LiML, If .1 Wkiil Q, x YJ: 'K' 1 ' ' '- " " 15,5 ,L ,, il 'kms 'E' EW: Q .4-. . 1 Q 'L 1f'9Hn-fi4i'5'6 f- Q 1 , . , ,um Q f .yyflv-H 'SW , 1 1 -GQ.. 1 Q, 1. 3,914 A-Ag,-iv an n 9' Z- 'Y I 212152 2 xx Q-P-953. Q-fy uf . 4 Qslz,-m eg : Wi? ' .4 -ah, ww R ul .i A35 .4 wc Mvgi-gan Hu- ., ,.,, I - . H' Q 1 X ,Lu 1- A . ,,' -f .6:'?.9. L ' '0' 9, JN: Lge. 5" . , 74 53 UINilllROLll1qllUZ, LAI, Dun Slnffrzir, I.. I. l':11l5'xwJ, R. L, 5.l.1nua.w1 L 11 l EAMES Nuh Silucria, L, El, rroyo Grande O rroyo Grande rroyo Grande l 3 rroyo Grande Z8 rroyo Grande rroyo Grande rroyo Grande rroyo Grande A boy miisl have a Certain amounT of physical ahility to enable him to learn the nurnber of Skills necessary to play foot- hall properly. lt was a real pleasure and Source of pride to have the opportunity of coaching a group of hoys with above qualities Coach Tom Pvrt Urixillr- Wlllif, l..l-.. Ronnie lx-'i nur, R,L3, F Qi yi, ., Lam anion: rr, R.:z. uuralu ll 1 lf31lSo11za Den S oemig: Svlxcslur, L, E, U-11 UNM R L 'Q 9 Al ik.: fiuwi FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT C Truesdale B Hllton J Arellaneous G Perry S Sells Campbell E Wll son V Gamboa P Seals D Hughes M Purkey SECOND ROW B VVlEl'bll'lSkl V Long R Toomex G Tremper B Txpay D Saramlento L Olxvera J Caldron K Wauers J Tabb Mg TIIIRD ROW M Phll llps li Nolan F Manderas I Dowell S Swall C Jaramlllo F Damels T Balamhoa R Kmg Coaches VARSIIY MA AGHIS Sxms I Mallory Mr Myers and Mr Cook ff 5 56 X He-nd U. Pxodrlqllez P. Bra b erson G, Silvester Y eck f 5? I jx , , x 5. 5 D- COTE-lla I D. McClure R. Foxen D. Waiters -7. pein O 57 O . 0 0590 FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT T Damels I Mallorv J Mase N S1Iver1a B Relmal SEC OIND ROW G Gr1eb D Colloway R Toomex G Swall P Gam THIRD ROM H Casteneros Mr Mme: G Tremper C Dcnnerlem H 53 kamoto B BASK BAll F1RwT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT H Farr M 511 xea V Gamboa L Mxtchell C True dan L FIC er B Saramemto R F1ant Mr Mallem ma 5 I CQ A Len E buuza rx new f-xx QM I av 513 J .5 lnidig 58 6 5 9 7 E 'I' 'lh , . ,.A, . " 1, T. Balamh , J. Traxv, 5. SQIIS, Ii. Txpay, I3, iurk 1, . ', . ' , K Igj. Z .,. 4 - X f j:, ,M 3 4 4 9 1 ' 5 , C BASKIIB ll f f.LwI - I - gy-an fgyiqk , . sim 6 is . I 5 3 9 ,, ' , ' I : . I I , I if ' F J , 1'j i ' ' Q ' Y " I: u ss ' . ,. '.' ': . I. I., I 5 '15 . :Y . . , . I , . 4 ' i A ' , W Q 4 4 I g 4 . -' V V ' pi K 'A v K "AM IEAM A 1' X it!- Tremper A Cane S C amen G lb V Gamboa UeX S m Muheam L Nhxrheh D 'Ano Mun D mole B Moiim D Conua X Moodw D Camp :eta D NXCCNK 1. -. . 1 ,Ju .fu e G J- WMRSXW Ya SW U iemp R Rem X 3 Mahow H Gamma Q Rixan NX Bm L Smnh A Lee S 'Yravxs V Sones C Cox E Dawson R Satarmemo X If Pr' L fx, x ' 5 ,Y 'E I, AQ I ' ,, 4 ,D , xx 1 9 Iii: . ! . ,L xx. N ' ,J K . V' 3 b r Nh. Q, , x ' X , . ', . , . , . , . ' , . . , . . 0:8 ay, .' ,. ', .1' ,. . '1,.Pe. V-X X4 f x. x. . , . , .McCanY- R- Ron - ' A ' ' 1' ' D " ' V H ' D' A 1 I ' I . I , , , Party. 1 , ' , .r ' - t , . " , 'Q ' ' 'C ' f ' .-5 V . , -L. , 1 K 1 .'. 'V n , AO S Q , A ' V . Q- - 9 A l C' ,,, . 1 ,- ' , .,1 A ..v--'-:L .'. ' 1' "P -1 "H X -- R 59 HRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT T Tabb I Tabb I Thompson M Leiter SECOND ROW Mr Purcell I Ullery T Ullery B Hugary S Wolfe A A , Q- n Glen ROW I Borfa I Arelleanous T Johnson B Rivera N Silveria S Sells B Tlpay H Barr G Brown THIRD ROW G Wilson 5 Pavm T Mulder O Willis L Smlrh Henderson D McClure G bilvester D Store U Rodnquez E Souza mg Mr Muyer Coach 60 Q ': in A ',' A. , o kk 3 A 1 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RlGllTg T, Balomboa, R, King, G. Swall, T. Daniels, D. Calloway, Dickens. SECOND ' , 1 hiv' ff 71 . Q' A ,J Z l'lRwT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT D Johnson C Howland D Souza D btote J Pem K Holmes I Power P Sh xw I BOBSI D Hughes D Bellcndo SECOND ROW S Wolfe V Qarranza M Lelter J Grxeh M bllxnrla B Wlerbxnskl D Knotts O W1ll1s Z bkxdmon U Rodrequez D Hodge B Rnvera B lxakarnora D McClure THIRD ROW Mr Mulleany D Campbell B T1pay II Barr G Perry G Brovxn D Corella D Slllfffal' R Tremper B Gonzalez N SIIVEIIH T Johnson V Gamboa G Caldon D Tulley L Mltghell ll Ml Il Mr Burt X N55 Q Siva- :X Q Q15 KXDQDQQ T 5 This year, girl's sports have consisted of basketball, volleyball, folkdancing, softball, and individual sports--tennis, badminton, and arch- ery. The sport which received the most attention was basketball. Period class teams were chosen and games for the championship were played with Team A-Period 3 winning this title. Also class teams were chosen and the Senior Class, TeamA, came out on top to be the Class Championship Team The girls had an enjoyable as wellas a worth while program of sports due to the guidance and efforts of our Physical Education instructor Mrs Jeanne Kirsch Mrs Kirsch was also the G A A advisor 'gas , . 5+ if g -Q . W--11 ' -1,-fr: """ A----rm"-' J' 0 ,,. I' t, , , sl- . if-is Po. QD11 The Grrl s Athletlc Asso cratron rs a natlonal socxety To be a member a glrl must earn 500po1nts ln physlcal ed ucatxon malntam a C aver age 1n all her classes and at least a B average ln physlcal educatlon Also theG A A has another group called the Let terglrls Thls IS the 800 pornt group of g1rls Sec G Brown Advrsor Mrs Kxrsch Treas M Xnderson The G A A had an act1ve year enjoylng many 3CtlV1t1eS whlch they partlclpated rn such as partles 1n1t1at1on slumber party and sponsormg the an nual Levr Soc Hop Thls organlzatlon has 40 members and 3 honorary mem bers thls year -II El1g1b111tyChrm I Close Poxnt Recorder A Trurtt Scrxbe M Brown 0 o 0 . . , ras, , ol . . f . , . . , - ' 3 U ' ' ' tl IV ' I - I 1 ' ' ,, ,, . . . . . tl ' . ,, . . . ,E 1 115,5- au. K ROW I Own I11t111nr In LII 1:1 LII LII 11 111 C low. M AIIdt?I'SUII L bl 12111 1m I1 wI IN J L N Br Luau P A11dL1'50n IN Bowman K Iimonn Cam aII1o R Quill or L a or L I IIIJT P II ay S 1 Owens Ruera A Wluhens 1 IIILINVII IN 9 ED II una g ra I an vurn uaruma L1'Ln1om C an :Q U E Ja 'V 4 Q 'A Lv Sufi., BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Iv Bowman M DennerIe1n A Trulrl M KPGCHOII 5590513 ROW L1 BIOWH L Fntch D Bognar C Brooner I CIose B Bettencourt THIRD ROW E Dana G Doh1 NI Brown B Donahue S Casey A vV1erbensk1 INOT PICTUREDI Blackburn P Quareama L Teremoto 65 a iii' 0 S ' ev 1 M 1 ' U Q ' ' f .F ' X ,- I MTA," 1 4 ' I 0 " ' is -s gf " 1. V .N x .qw hw, f B 4 ' 'K - 1 ' " 'X ,X , P : I 'V hx I L ,I .N -v BAC ', 1,IiIfT TO RIGIIT: '. " 'Ilc, Ii. W ' f, If. Dana, R. ll klcr, M. IJ' I '1"I , P. Collins, I. Ienv , IS, IJ nal e, I, I '-, , , M, M'I1'I , G. C21 'IIa, C, Dol , I ICO 'I R HV: C, own, J, ' f , -I , ', , 3. lr, M. 3 , . 1 M-,1.. M. M II 1, 1., 1'111c11, 11. w11- Iuna, S. IIofI111a11, P. Derry. THIRD ROW: P. Valcnlc, G. 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