Artesia High School - Ano de Oro Yearbook (Lakewood, CA)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1956 volume:
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The year ot T955-56 was the year ot growing
up both physically and educationally. Four new
buildings were added to the campus as well as
T2 teachers and 300 students, The school ad-
vanced trom two grade level to three, Freshmen,
Sophomores and Juniors. More clubs and organ-
izations were established. School spirit and
moral strength were gained each day. This was
a year of growing up tar Artesia High School
and growing up signifies birthdays, which is
the theme ot the T956 Ano ale Oro. As the
yearbook is distributed Artesia High celebrates
the completion of its second year . . . its second
birthday. Happy Birthday, Alma Mater, and
many, many more.
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DEAN OF GIRLS
ln a school the size of Artesia High, there are many who
contribute to activities and other varied phases of
school life, all of whom would be likely candidates for
dedication of the yearbook. However, there are always
some leaders who have gone far above and beyond
the regular call of duty.
One of these is Mrs. Clare Williams, Dean of Girls. It
has been through her efforts and inspiring leadership
that Artesia High's Girls' League has become so success-
ful. Many League activities . . . Campus Hostess, Friend-
ship, Ways and Means, Girls' Athletic Association, Big
Sisters, locker inspection, assemblies, and dances . . .
gave every girl a chance to take part in her school.
The Cadettes, a female branch of the Cadets, was also
organized and advised by Mrs. Williams. The girls were
taught military routines and aids for becoming leaders
Always ready to give help and assistance to anyone
in need of it, Mrs. Williams' understanding of teenagers
and their problems caused many great and everlasting
friendships to evolve.
These are material things which can be numbered like
the beads on a counting board, but there is more than
that. Material accomplishments alone are not enough
to determine the type of person to whom Ano de Oro
is to be dedicated. In Mrs. Williams there are the
intangible qualities of devotion to her school, her duties
and, most important, the students with whom she works.
Her quiet humor, her unbounded loyalty, her dedication,
are the elements upon which this dedication is based.
It would be impossible To single out which dean has
been most instrumental in making Artesia High's second
birthday so memorable. For this reason T956 Ano de
Oro has two dedicatees. Mrs. Clare Williams and William
Atkins, Dean of Boys.
The Frontiersmen was organized to work with the Girls'
League to make Artesia a better school. Under Mr.
Atkins' ambitious leadership the boys have kept a tight
schedule consisting of assemblies, dances, intra-mural
sports, Cavaliers and many other League events which
give every boy student an equal chance.
Members of the California Cadet Corps refer to him as
Maior Atkins, have always been given helpful guidance
and assistance when launching any one of their many
Many a student has sat in his office in front of the
"crying Towel" and been guided in the right direction
because of Mr. Atkins' sensitive understanding of teen-
agers and their problems.
Mr. Atkins, like Mrs. Williams, was selected for this
dedication, not because he is one of the key adminis-
trators, but because he is one of the key people in
school. The staff was not concerned with protocol in
making this dedication. They were concerned with the
kind of human dynamo who generates the electricity of
school spirit. "Bill" Atkins is unquestionably one of Ar-
tesia High's best generators. -
Because he is warm, human, vigorous, capable, and
sincere, William Atkins holds a top spot in the heart of
Ano de Oro!
Dean of Boys
In contrast to Artesia l-ligh School's first day of operation, the
second year was launched on a bright, sunshiny day. Stu-
dents who were now a year older, a year wiser, welcomed
their first class of neophytes as bewildered freshmen ioined
the campus. Activities started full tilt. Classes were settled,
now in five class buildings, the shops and locker buildings,
as contrasted with two class buildings, shops and lockers
the first year. The first iunior class saw an increased course
of study to meet their needs. Varsity teams were fielded as
sports went into their 'First league competition as members
of the Rio Hondo League. The Californian became a four
The very first dcy you got off the bus . .
. . . then you got in line to register . . . by
alphabet, of course . . .
fits ltr ,
page weekly newspaper. Ano de Oro iumped from 80 to
120 pages. The band and drill team chalked up more vic-
tories and the Speech Club, now official NFL members, won
Iaurels. Half a dozen new clubs were organized. A dance
band was organized, chefs started cooking classes, and
photo classes went to work in their new darkroom. The stu-
dent body was 300 members larger and the faculty ex-
panded by 12. Drama made its debut as a gymnasium and
cafetorium maole audience seating possible. Artesia High
School grew like the proverbial weed during 1955-1956.
That's why Ano de Oro gave it a second birthday party.
. . . , you listened to Mr Hastings wel
coming talk, then on to class
. , . then you picked up your copy of
The Californian, Volume II, Number 1 .,,
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Mary Uudy Parkerl and Joseph lBlII Moorel In
second annual Christmas Program,
Principal's-eye view of student body an the
day of school.
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A.H.S. administrators und congressman Holifield
enjoy ofvernoon stroll around campus.
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for special proglcl
ost To bond, floshronkers, cmd music group
A goal of 500 annual sales was set by AI
Miller, Business Manager of the Ano de Oro.
Goats grazed on the Artesia lawn
Educational films were shown 10 studenfs by
The audio-visual crew.
Pcirticipclnfs discuss Christmas Play,
Gloria Woinio portrayed The guiding angel
one evening offer school
Proiecrs from all scientific fields were enlered
in the Artesia Science Fair.
Orcn Palmer, speech advisor, presents sword to prominent N.F.L. student,
Ano de Oro stcuff members attend conference at Orange
Enferrcinment was provided by The choir during P,T.A. meetings.
A new secretary named Sadie
school nurse, Agatha Persoon.
was hired fo
Cupid's arrow struck many
hearts at The Frosh Ball.
Time out for resting I
STarTing The school year of 1955-56 wiTh a friendly greeTing was
The Howdy Dance, co-sponsored by The Boys' and Girls' League.
This was followed by The Red and VVhiTe Dance honoring The
fooTball Teams. Snowmen and mounds of snow seT The scene
for The PulolicaTions Dance. The Girls' League liT The fuse for '56
wiTh a WinTer Wonderland Dance, seT in a foresT of Trees wiTh
sTars and clouds beaming aloove. A phofographer Took picTures
aT The Freshman class Sweefhearf Ball. The TradiTional Twin
skirfs and shirTs were The folly aT The Calamify Jane Dance where
The boys were The guesfs of The girls.
Twin shirrs and skirts were
feaTurecl af The CalamiTy Jane
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Homemade socks enlivened the Sophomore class Sock Hop. Pink
lemonade, a boys' chorus line, and side shows teatured at the
Frontiersmen-sponsored Carnival Capers. Following a day ot tun
and trolic, the Pioneer Dance was also sponsored by the Boys'
League. Members from the Rio Hondo League attended a semi-
formal dance where the sportsmanship trophy was awarded. The
very popular formal Military Ball sponsored by the 124th bat-
talion was highlighted by the crowning ot the queen. A grand
conclusion of the year's activities was the formal Junior Prom
held by what will be the first graduating class of Artesia High.
John Henderson s Dance Band
plays at the Ano de Oro spon-
sored Birthday Party.
Refreshments were an important part of the school dances.
Only one hundred couples were permitted to go to the Rio
Hondo League Dance.
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BO RD OF
TR S EES
Five men are elected to represent the
citizens of the Excelsior High School Dis-
trict in directing the education of youth
in this district.
These leaders have planned and guided
activities and functions for each campus,
approved and supported the adminis-
trators, and earnestly endeavored to
provide education facilities for the bene-
fit and welfare of students and commu-
Behind much ot our school's success and prestige is the one
man known to all members ot our student body. On his
shoulders rests the responsibility which spells success or fail-
ure for our school. As Atlas carried well the weight ot the
world, Principal Richardson Hastings balances the weight
ot Artesia High School. As our principal he has led us
through the difficult times ot a new school and now into the
easier times. When we have needed help he has been there
to guide us. Mr. Hastings has been the backbone of our
school's progress in scholarship, sports, music, government,
indeed everything in which our school is engaged. Mr.
Hastings is more than principal and leader ot the school.
He is a friend to whom the students can go at any time for
help and guidance. Under the leadership ot Mr. Hastings
"On Artesia" is more than a song. It is a spirit which en-
velopes all who work with him.
Dean of Boys
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Dean of Girls
As students go about their school day
they are unaware that behind almost
everything they do are our school's ad-
ministrators. These four people are the
un-sung heroes, the real leaders of the
school. We can be grateful that they
have led our activities and government
to such success during the past year.
Director of Curriculum
Mrs. Marjorie Archer
Mrs. Jacqueline Austin Mrs. Shirley Behrmann R ld B
Physical Education Physical Education Health, Mathematics
Physical Education General Science, Health Soci
Gill Charters Russell Chesley
al Studies, Typing, Athletics
William Craven Mrs. Dorothy Dale Irene Davis Dixon Gayer
Algebra, Athletics Clothing, Homemaking Latin, English English, Annual
Physical Education Foods
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Mrs. Martha Halbert
Mrs. Maye Kitching Joseph Kleinerrnan
Mrs. Mariorie James
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Mrs. Jane Melom Oran Palrner Agqfhq Persoon
Ef'1QllSlW Public Speaking Nurse
Robert Rozuk Ronald Ternquist Gilbert Ulibarri Earle Winderrnan
Machine Shop Boys' Physical Education Social Studies Photography
Drafting Health English
SE CRE TARIE
For each of Artesia High's hard working aol-
ministrators there were those who were al-
ways on the iob, ready to do her share, and
more in all cases. These are Artesia High's
unsung heroines, our secretaries.
Front Row: D. Chandler, V. Chavez, P. Kooiman.
Second Row: H. Reynolds, L. Lucey, P. Wandrey.
Under the capable leadership ot Bob Laurie, Artesia High's custodians have given our
school an outstanding reputation for appearance and upkeep of the buildings and
Front Row: J. Turner, A. Daniels, R. Laurie, L. Laurence. Second Row: E. McHolland, G. Zeber, E. Yocorn, J. Bos.
Field trips tor the various organizations, be-
sides regular routes were among the many
important duties that were faithfully exe-
cuted by the bus drivers.
Front Row: V. Prewitt, B. Beachum, J. Jennings, A. Kuiken.
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So rnany Things we'll not forgel
Counfecl off as Tasks well meT.
The leagues, music, speech, drama, news,
Future leaders exchanging views,
A school of activity with a goal ahead,
In our second year, fun and study were wed. '
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president, members ot the first semester leoderslfiip worked
nord to creote o better form ot democrotic government for
the schools second yeor. Mony problems were faced ond
ironed out by these officers.
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Walker. Second Row: P. Keefe, C. Han-
sen, L. Gross. Third Row. I, Guzman, S.
Worson, S. Costello. Forth Row: D.
Thomas, K. Boone, B. Nienober.
First Semester President
Following Through with what the first semester leadership
had so capably started, the second semester student body
officials continued to create a bigger and better democratic
government for our school. Led by Lonnie Cupit, officers met
each day and made decisions which were relied upon by each
student in school. These were the people who so capably
solved every knotty problem for Artesia High and her
T DEN T BODY
B. Nienaber, C. Hansen, J. Beltran, P. Keefe, L. Cupit, R. Hastings, W. Zylstra, K. Boone, L. Gross, P. Barnes, S. Watson, M. Plem
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Front Row: P. Parker, S. Spens, M, Long, R. Hastings, M. Kennedy, S. From Row: C. Kelly, E. Green, L. Cupit, R. Hastings, P. Keefe, B. Walker.
Adam, C. Tague, Second Row: J. Bossaert, G. Boer, J. Coito, J. Parker, Second Row: C. Tague, S. Anderson, K. Marvin, B. Moore, M, Harness,
A. Miller, H. Reynolds. Third Row: F. Zwart, L. Bailey, L. Elms, S, M. Kennedy.
Green, M. Curti.
Lonnie Cupit, Student Body President, presides at Senate meeting,
A senator and an alternate from so-
cial studies and history classes were
elected each semester to iron out
problems brought up by student
body members. Working with first
and second semester student body
presidents, Deanna Dechert and Lon-
nie Cupit, and assisted by Principal
Hastings, these students discussed
campus appearance, schooisweat-
ers, class rings, school spirit and
many problems which were put be-
D. Thomas, C. Poindexter, L. Gross, M. Bailey, K. Strough. Fronc Row: A. Bogie, M, Plemori, T. Boersma. Second Row: D. Thomas,
During the past year at Artesia High
School there has been much said
about our school spirit. Of all groups
around the campus the Rally Com-
mittee has olone more to build up
the spirit of the student body ot
Artesia High than any group on the
campus. They have organized many
rallies during the past year for all
the maior sports ot our school and
have done much to raise our team's
spirit during the seasons of sports at
P. Elms,,P. Clark, L. Gross.
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One of the many duties ot the rally committee is to arouse school spirit among the students.
G. Foster J. Favors, J. Mork.
Front Row: R. Comstock, G. Sims, E. Palacio, B. Nienaber,
Utter. Back Row: J. Mork, W. Atkins, C. Veldhuis.
EXECUTIVE BO RD
PUBLI CI TY
Under the able leadership of Bob Nienaber, Frontiersmen President,
members ot the Boys' League were kept busy planning dances, assem-
onsoring the Football Queen contest, planning intra-mural sports
and participating in many other activities which made life at Artesia
High more memorable.
Front Row: H. Bothof, R. Amezcua, D. Anderson. Second Row: W.
Atkins, S. Costello, D. Padilla, C. Veldhuis,
Front Row: B. Atkins, L. McQuiston, P. Reynolds, D. Thomas, E, Ramirez
T. Carrigan, J. Souza, R. Rozuk. Second Row: C. Nichols, G. Dye, R
Sullivan, F. Ramirez, S. Taylor, C. Kelly, J. Mork. Third Row: M. Cordova
R. Hicks, G. Thomas, R. Allen, J. Lewis, R, Comstock. Fourth Row: B
Dale, R. Comstock, J. Beltram, R. Myers, B. Niennaber, J. Favors, D
Utter, C. Veldhuis
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G. Peloquin, J. Hernandez, E. Ccrsfoclio, E. Schimmels.
k, J. Mork, J. Favors, G. Foster, L. McQuisTon, L. Lewis.
Back Row-D. Thomas, R. Comstock, G.
ETHICS FU D RAISING
Front Row-L. Bailey, S. Boersmc, G. Sims, J. Atkins, A
G. Foster, D. Utter, Mr. Atkins, L. Cupit, D. Thomas.
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Cavaliers saw io it that the Pioneer
campus was kept clean.
Selling pennanis was a money making
project of ihe Fronfiersmen.
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League Carnival Capers.
lntra-mural volleyball occupied many boys during noon hour.
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main attraction at the Boys' League
Locker inspection was conducted twice during The year
Boxing was one of The favorite activities
of The boys.
Boys proved victor over girls in ci cami b k b il
c as ei a game between League Executive Boards.
Frontiersman president Bob Nienaber
gives oath to members of the new
Boys' League Executive Board,
Infra-mural basketball was one of
the major Boys' League activities.
Bob Josleyn plays for League
lntra-mural football was another
Frontiersn-ian sponsored event,
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Front row T Boersma K Boone C Williams, E. Beck, M. Wooten. Second row: G. Wainio, M. Rodgers, M. Stark, N.
Back row S Houston P Anderson M Bailey, H. Reynolds.
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M. Plemon, J. Fields, C, Williams, M. Rodgers, V. Chapin, A Bogie, B. Johnson
J. Milroy, L. Burkle, F. Rios, D, Gipson. Second row: G. Nicholas, S, Anderson
B. Ganson, C. Poinclexier, C. Tague, N. Hix, P. Crcvens, J. Silveria, M. Bettencourt
G. Burns, J. Jackson, B. McCarthy, M. Dinwiddie. D. Kosiielney, A. Bird, M
Harness, P. Cain, A. Hutton. Third row: J. Rhew, L. Parks, M. Britt, E. Sowers
M. Long, J. Monroe, C. Berg, M. Allen, M. Castillo, G. Waldroop, M. Mandel
J. Buce, M. Wright, M. Scroggins, M. Laird, J. Woshburn, S. Peper. Fourth row:
F. King, A. Cantwell, F. Hurley, J. Hardy, E. Kotch, D. Mora, J. Williams, M. Wilke
J. Lester, K, Marvin, K, Marvin, J. Hammer, P. Barnes, P. Elms, C. Kennedy, L
Myers, S, Adams, G. Belcher.
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Second Row. M. Kennedy, A. 'dsingo, J. Rooflieb, P. Anderson. Third Row: D. Allen, E. Acmesiad, B. Sowders, C. Grady, L. Bentley. 3rd Row: W. Zylsfrv.
L. Willis, B, Gomez, M. Rios, M. Lopez, N. Mendez. Fourth Row. D, Seldeen, T. Tsubokawa, E. Gaedharf, F. Zwarf, E. Beifencouri, J. Mulder. Back Row:
G. Wainio, L. Richards, B. Borges, E. Renner. S. Bailey, P. Dunlap, S. Nichols, H. Withers, Mrs. Williams.
Front Row. H. Wi1hers, J, Sakamota, A. Silveira, J. Mulder, T. Boersma, K, Boone, M.
Wooten, M, Harness, E. Gaeclharl, E. Aanestad, N. Ward, B. Walker, M. Stark, A. Soares,
E. Valenzuela, A. Venus, L. Burkle, J. Monroe. 2nd Row: L. Benfley, I. Guzman, S.
Maizke, 'l. Kanis, J. Milroy, V. Chapin, H. Reynolds, L. Mooney, D. Allen, P. Dunlap,
T. Tsubokawa, M. Long, S, Ariaz, D. Rocha, S. Holbert, C. Poinclexier, N. De Jong, M.
Allery. 3rd Row: D. Van Dyk, M. Curfi, C. Tague, L. Hinkle, C. Smifh, F. King, K. Marvin,
L. Meyer, P. Elms, J. Silveira, P. Godard, S. Houston, S. Adam, J. Williams, L. Groih,
N. Hix, S. Anderson. E. Sowers, B. Reynolds.
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Kay Boone, Girls League President ari-
nounces next act at assembly.
Tomiko Tsubokawa, Joan Mulder, Carol Totusek, Nila Ward, and Shirley Bailey
leading T.V. commercials.
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Louis Gross and Danny Thomas decide to take advantage of
Girls League "Slave Day", by having Kay Boone do odd iobs.
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The girls proved victors in o competitive locker inspection between the leagues.
Members of the Campus Hostess Committee played school at a
Girls' League assembly.
Students were initiated into G.A.A,
GIRLS ' LEA GUE
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Under the leadership ot Major Frank Grober, as
sisted by Major William Atkins, the A and
companies of the 124th battalion, Californi
Cadet Corps, helped build the spirit and nam
of Artesia High School. Many activities incluc
ing tiring at the air station in Los Alamitos
V weekend encampments at El Toro, appearing i
various parades and the big cadet-sponsore-
Front row: J. Sumner, J. Martinez R Sullivan R Hull J Barrio F G l
6 , . , . , . s, . uru e, J. Baltazar, G. Salcido, D. Autio, R. Packard, B. Davis, C. Charlstrom, R.
4 Holloway, L. Keeling, C. Reinhold, R. Sumner, L. Trigg, M. Morris, J. Chavez, J. Manier. Back row: L. Cupit, Mir. Graber, R. Hernandez, R. Glotfelty, J.
Long, M. Caddy, J. Collins, J. Leach, R. Leolbetter, L. Rice, D. Fayerweather, G. Martinez, K. Matzke, B. Dale, C. Jacobus, K. Strough, C. Gallop, E. Ramirez.
Military Ball added variety to daily routines
J. Morrinez, F. Grober, D. Phipps, R. Sullivin, J, Leach, E. Ramirez, C. Gallop,
CADET T E
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Kosraline. Soxophones-J. Rolin, A. Bird, E. Borden, G. Reynolds, V. Selstad, D. Veldhuizen. Baritones-B. Vander Kiefr
F. Rculston. Horn-B. Donnell. Trombones-B. De Young, R. Reed, R. Nybser, W. Hughs, J. Bennett, W. Metz. Trumpets-
R. Cookman, J. Laurie, F. Nunez, R, Gaston, R. Hicks, H. Nichols, R. Krecklebury, V. Stephania, M. Spencer, B. Louie
Percussion-D. Mandel, J. McDaniel, B. Borges, M. Campbell, P. Elms, M. Plemon, D.Tcwne. Bells-M. Mandel, L. Myer.
Basses-R. Hertz, R. Byhie. I
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direction of John Henderson and headed
by Drum Maior Louis Gross, led The field
in many ways this year. Accompanied
bythe songleaders, maiorettes, and flag
Twirlers, The band marched to victory in
many a parade, bringing home first
place inthe Norwalk parade and second
place in the Huntington Beach Christmas
As an additional honor, The band, flash-
rankers, and drill Team were among the
lucky ones to appear at the first annual
Disneyland Christmas Festival. Parades
weren't The only labor of This active
group. The flashy red and white of their
uniforms was seen at the varsity football
and basketball games. They furnished
the music for the Christmas program.
Without Them the assemblies and rallies
would not have been as successful as
they were. At one ofthe assemblies The
band presented The Artesia High Alma
Mater to The students for the first Time,
and later played it at sports events.
Under the able direction of Mrs. Shirley
Behrmann, the songleaders, flagtwirlers
and maiorettes worked out many new
and catchy routines so that they could
work with the band in making better
spirit for all events.
SONGLEADERS: T. Boersma, J. Williams,
4 L D. Allen, L. Dye, J. Silveiro, K. Boone.
FLAGTWIRLERS. H. Reynolds, B. Spalding, W. Zylstra, M. Kennedy, M. Harness, B. Walker,
MAJORETTES: Y. Chavose, A. Idsinga, D.
Dechert, J. Rootleib, M. Curti, W. Juden,
E. Beck, J. Sakamoto.
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f-ront Row D Glpson R Martin M Wrlgh J.
Keith, J. Silveira, D. Kerr, M. Bettencourt, B. Josleyn, L. Richards, A. Campbell
Langston, M. L. Croin, J. Beaudin, P. Dunlop, D. Crawford, D. Allen, M
Smith K Nelson S Connole K Lewis F Hastings, S. Leal, C. Vander Dussen, L. Myler, C. Lane.
Blending their talents tor fine results, the a cappella choir, girls
glee and band performed for many festivities. In their red
ond white uniforms and colorful robes they made o spnendrc'
showing in the Christmas program, at assemblies, and in the
Front Row. R. McChesnie, J. Loflin, L. Ramage, S. McQuiston, N. DeJong, J. Myers, E. Beck, F. Zwart, P. Knight, M. Taylor.
Second Row: L. Dorman, S. Reinhold, L. Yonez, B. Beardsley, I. Hernandez, E. Kotch, W. Zylstro, J. Hordy, V. Chapin, P.
Thompson, N. Smith, Mr. Henderson.
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Front Row: T. Kanis, S. Walker, R. Soriano, E. Valenzula. Second Row: H. Govea,
P, Keete, S. Hennen, L. Burkle. Third Row: D. Seldeen, H. Withers, J. Milroy.
Fourth Row: I. Guzman, M. Wilke. Fifth Row. M. Wooten, M. Lopez, M. Rodgers. f 1
Sixth Row: P. Dunlap, M. Gilchrist, L. Willis. Seventh Row: N. Harness, V. Chapin. .
Eighth Row. P. Barnes, E. Goedhart, J. Young, K . VJ E
Under the direction of Shirley Behrmonn drill M I I
team members performed at various sports ac- QA. L il
tivities. The yell leaders promoted school spirit L ..,. -- All
at fooball games. Also under Mrs. Behrmann's ' J, fi ,
direction the Modern Dance group performed in In iq'
the Christmas Play and other events. i' U " ' 'f
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JA Rhewi Ei Conffemsf A' 509551 B- J0h"150"1f 5- HOUSTON- The Modern Dance group performed at many special programs
Front Row: M. Plemon, G. Waldroop, W. Croft, C. Nichols, F. Rocha, S. Piper, L. Groth, S. Houston, M. Curti, M. Gilchrist,
J. Milroy, J. Rootlieb, P. Parker, J. Leichliter, L. Grimm, C. Grady. Second Row. J. Kleinerman, L. Elms, J. Jamieson, L.
Myler, L. Richards, J. Hardy, C. Tague, C. Poindexter, B. Reynolds, N. Hix, A. Bird, G. Nicholas, M. Harness, I. Guzman,
A. Ramirez, P. Barnes. Third Row: J. Souza, E. Borden, T. Wooten, E. Noster, B. Holt, D. Dechert, M. Kennedy, D. Seldeen,
A. Idsinga, N. Harness, S. Watson, G. Belcher, J. Sakamoto.
Students Taking Spanish, French, and Latin ioined together to form the Pan
American Friendship Club. Led by Joseph Kleinerman, the club helped to
promote better friendship and understanding with the Romance-speaking
Jacque Rootlieb, Presidents
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My W .i ,,-. business world, the Future Business Leaders of America Club was formed,
i? ,fig J headed by Arlene Soares, president.
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'Q , Front Row: M. Halbert, P. Barnes, J. Thomas, P. Dunlap, E. Goedhart, T. Tsubokawa, E. Aanestad, A. Soares, M. Wooten, G.
' ...' Wainio, R. Starr, L. Reid. Second Row: F. King, G. Kampen, K. McGinnis, L. Lewis, W. Sharp, E. Stratten, S. Hennen, D.
'g ig Allen, B. Spalding, K. Miller, L. Burkle, M. McCarthy, M. Wright, A. Hutton. Third Row: J. Lyman, G. Krekelberg, C.
Harris, J. Williams, L. McGuire, M. Beitt, M. Bailey, P. Keefe, C. Wade, T. Konis, B. Burges, A. Martinez, L. Ambriz, C.
L ff Ambriz, M. Scroggins.
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Front Row: L. Elms, T. Jones, R. Cnossen, M. Cordova, J. Cruz, B. Page, A. Passchier, S. Green, B. Moore, E. Borden.
Second Row: E. Bettencourt, F. Hurley, V. Chapin, J. Milroy, L. Ferralz, G. Wainio, M. Plemon, M. Stark, B. Walker, N.
Ward, E. Aanestad, D. Dechert, P. Parker, S. Walker. Third Row: O. Littleton, M. Smith, H. Reynolds, S. Watson, J. Saka-
moto, S. Bailey, I. Estrada, R. Soriano, J. Young, M. Harness, J. Parker, M. Moiica, P. Hendren. Fourth Row: l. Simas,
,.... , X m,x,...1,1i..g,, P. Keefe, N. Harness, M. Kennedy, A. ldsinga, D. Seldeen, J. Bossaert, L. Bentley, L. Grimm, R. Miller, J. Monroe, D. Allen,
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Front Row: J. Bossaert, C. Grady, J. Leichliter, J. Milroy, T. Corrigan, T. Jones, M. Plemon, L. Grimm, M. Kennedy, O. Little-
ton. Second Row: J. Parker, J. Sakamoto, N. Hix, G. Waldroop, M. Curti, P. Morgan, P. Barnes, P. Keefe, J. Monroe, M.
Wright, A. ldsinga, D. Seldeen. Third Row: M. Mandel, L. Richards, S. Watson, L. Burkle, P. Hendren, G. Nichols, P. Elms,
M. Long, J. Hardy, E. Aanestad, J. Rootlieb, R. Starr, P. Parker, F. Zwart, E. Bettencourt. Fourth Row: H. Reynolds, C.
Tague, S. Adam, C. Poindexter, B. Reynolds, R. Miller, D. Dechert, A. Passachier, H. Mano, J. Cruz, J. McDaneld, D.
Dechert, D. Mandel, J. Alves.
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Another promoter of scientific inter
ests was the Biological Science Club
A further understanding of the
science of lite of animals and plants
was the obiective. Under the leader-
ship of Helen Reynolds the club
members kept active by going on
field trips and helping in the science
Front Row: C. Grady, H. Reynolds, R. Miller,
F. Hurley, J. Robertson, S. Nichols, E, Goedhart,
T. Tsubokawa, N. Word, B. Walker. Second
Row: M. Harness, B. Gonsalves, J. Coito, A.
Bryant, G. Brunner, R. Hernandez, D. Weirick,
T, Jones, J. Mark. Third Row: H. McDonald,
R. Simons, M. Cordova, C. Huyg, R. Cnossen,
F. Hilarides, D. Utter, R. Durfee, J. Summer,
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advancement, it is becoming
more and more important To
troduce students to the field
science. The Physical Science
Club contributed to this call
breading interest in chemistry
Front Row. J. Willet, R. Krekelberg, J.
McBee, S. Starr, L. Dye, H. Wither
Chossen. Second Row: C. Jacobus
R Hartman B Scarborough Third
Stefani, J. Lewis, A. Passchier, R. Myers,
W. Hughes, B. Schmidt, S. McWill
H. Mano, J. Favors, E, Castodio.
Posters, pennants, and other art
work seen around campus this year
were credited to the Art Club who
worked so hard to publicize the
Front Row: D. Schofield, D. Tabanico, C. Grady, M. Gilchrist, T. Rodriguez, M. Johnson. Secand,Row:
E. Cordova, O. Cordova, J. Mark, E. Easter, H. Zylstra, J. Summer. Third Row: B, Holt, S. Ferguson,
R. Durfee, J. Lawhorn, W. Scarborough.
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A newly organized club on campus
this year was the Officials Club.
Front Row: T Gamble, E. Shimmels, B. Gray, R, Baumgartner, J. Lawhorn, M. Andeifson. Second Row: They officiqfed over GH jn1f0.mUl-GI
N. Steven, D. Veldhuizen, C. Huyg, L, Saldana, D. Sowers, L. Scruggs, R. Brian.
football, basketball and volleyball
Publicity Manager Publicity Manager
First semester Second Semester
Janice Fields Patt Barnes
First Row: D. Decherr, M. Rodgers, L. Willis, P. Barnes, M. Smith, H
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First semester editor Second semester editor
Manona Smith Helen Reynolds
The Californian changed from a bivweekly to a weekly
newspaper, and from six pages to four, but that pre
sented no problem for the staff. Typewriters were
pounded 'round the clock, and many long hours were pu
in by editors in order to get the Californian lout or
time. The efforts of the staff did not go unnoticed
for the paper won a first place from the National Scho
lastic Press Association. The paper consisted of a fron
page, two feature and news pages, and a sports page
Editors were changed at the semester, thus giving more
chances for editorship.
' Second Row: Adviser, D. Gayer, B. Nienaber, R. Amezcua, J. Lane, S.
Relmoldsi T' Jones' R' Wemworlh' Wiseman, P. Morgan, P. Hendren, B, Borges, M, Plemon,
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Front Row L Elms D Weirick B Donnell P Hendren D Thomas C Kelly G Drulias, D. Goyer. Second Row: O. Casey, J. Mork, S. Wiseman,
Headed by PaT Hendren, Edifor-in-Chief, and advised
by Dixon Gayer, The members of The annual sTaff have
worked hard The pasT year To bring ArTesia High The
i956 Ano de Oro. Handicapped by The lack of phofog-
raphers, This year's annual sTaFT was conTinually busy.
Slowly buT surely, page by page, The book began To
Take shape. AT lasT The eagerly awaiied momenT ar-
rived, The momenT of unveiling. Here, at lasT, is your
i956 Ano de Oro.
Front Row M Plemon B Borges M Smith M Rodgers L Elms B Donnell D Thomas.
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Special Proiect Edifor Bob Donnell
A project enfitled "The History of Our
Community" kept annual siaff members
busy between deadlines.
Front Row: C. Kennedy, C. Cannole, B. Moore,
J. Parker, A. Miller, R. Starr, R. Martin. Second
Row: G. Waldroap, J. Hammer, D. Keele, V.
Stefani, W. Grantham, L, Thomas, F. Ray.
Artesia's second annual Christmas Pa-
geant was portrayed by drama students
in the new gymnasium, under the direc-
tion of Frank Ray. Theatrical enthusiasts
also performed pantomimes and skits
before members ofthe student body.
Drama students act out skit before Artesia
Under the direction of Frank Ray the second annual Christmas Play was enacted before a group of over 800 spectators
Front Row: B. Nienaber, S. Perry, S. Wiseman, J. Jackson, M. Curti
L, Dye, K. Marvin, C. Isham, R. Medina, J. Stefani, O. Palmer.
Second Row: J. Rhew, G. Foster, F. Berry, B. Pierci, D. Dechert,
B. Sowders, P. Parker, S. Houston, T. Boersmo, C. Grady, C. Tague
J. Wiersma. Third Row: S. Taylor, G. Thomas, D. Wilson, M.
Gilchrist, M. Smith, D. Seldeen-, J. Lyman, R. Starr, R. Boatright,
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Continuing with the fine work done the
year before, members of the speech club
attenoleol many tournaments anol con-
ventions, bringing recognition, trophies
anal certificates to the school. Advised
by Oran Palmer the group held many
sales to support Their organization.
Speech adviser Oran Palmer gives a
certificate of merit to Jeanne Stefani.
Many trophies and certificates were
won by A,H,S. speakers.
Front Row: L. Yanez B. McChesnie W. Fa er-
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weather, J. Beckham, D. Dale, N. Harness, N
Morgan, P. Morgan, E. Bettencourt, C. English
Second Row: H. Cordova, A. Julian, L. Ramage,
L. Bentley, J. Bossaert, L. Arballo, C. Wade, B.
Beardslexg A. Cantwell, D. Towne, B. Johnson
S. Werner. Third Row: J. Lester, F. King, C.
Kennedy, C. Kruizenga, P. Wilson, P. Tafoya
V. Yanez, B. Johnson, A. Silveria, J. Monroe,
S. Reinhold, P. Keith.
New at Artesia High School thiel
year, the Future Homemakers of
America are well on their way td
success. Led and advised by
Emily Renner and Dorothy Dale
the students were taught home-
making methods. l
Elmer Pugh lmanagerl and Richard Dull lassistantl demonstrate "Trading Post" supplies to students
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Pugh the Trading Post was ope
at noon for students in need ii
notebooks, protractors and oth r
school supplies. The store wc sa
a service venture of the Future
Business Leaders of America.
Sponsoring the Recognition Niglrt
and the Sports Night held in the
spring were some of the numer-
ous activities ot the Varsity Clul
this year. As the club enlarge
such events as dances, tourna-
ments and faculty games will be
IND US TRIAL
'S' Jerry Keith
Fronr Row: J. Deeth, B. King, G. Dye, J. Keith, R. Gray
B. Grctv, S, Green, J. Smith, H. Peterson. Second Row
J. Deniz, G. Boer, L. Bridges, G, Campbell, D. Dearen
J. Campbell, R. Hartman, S. Sperou, Third Row: Mr
Lane, L. Edens, J. Cruz, R. Mitchell, L. Bailey, T. Blok
B. Scarborough, Mr. Rozuk
Front Row. D. Selcleen, L, Grimm, B. Walker, J. Milroy, Mrs.
Kitching, L. Richards, P. Barnes, D, Dechert. Back Row: R.
Cnossen, H. Mano, G. Drulius, R. Sullivan, T. Carrigan, J.
Alyea, A. Passchier, J. Medina, M, Cordova.
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Front Row: J, Lyman, E. Aanesfad, P. Barnes. Second Row. S. Starr, G. Nicholas, C. Kelly. Third Row: C. Kelly, L. Richards, J. Hable. Fourih
Row: L. Reid, V. Medina, M. Cantrell.
During snack and lunch, hungry sTudenTs were sold candy, cokes, sand- 4
wiches, cupcakes, eTc., from The Chuck Wagon, managed lay Eloise
AanesTad and advised by Leon Reid. Under The managership of Mrs.
Virginia Fien The sTudenTs received hoT lunches prepared by The DisTricT
Kitchen sTaff. LocaTed in The English building for over ci year, boTh were
changed when The new CafeToriunn was completed.
T. Rodriguez, J. Harding, A. Hurron, V. Fien, J. Rolins, P. Hendren.
Educational tilms in history, English, chem-
istry, athletics, math and many other fields
of study were shown to classes by members
of the audio-visual crew. Under the leader-
ship ot Mrs. Marge Koller the boys learned
how to run all types of proiectors and tape
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From Row: P. Reynolds, L. McQuiston, V. Selstad, W. Wiersma, M. Koller, M. Nelson,
D. Wetty, M. Harness, D. Utter, G. Foster. Second Row: J. Beltran, R. Boumgartner, J.
Andreski, C. Gallop, L. Bailey, J. Cravens, W. Dexter, J. Wilson, F. Hilarides, C. Markes.
Third Row: H. Bothof, S. Costello, B. Box, R. Mitchell, T. Jones, B. Dale, K. Hall, M. Gray,
Keeping books in order was a main obiec-
tive ot the girls on the library staff. They
also decorated bulletin boards and kept
Front Row: G. Nicholas, C. Matthews, M. James, C. Grady, Y
Under the direction ot Clinton Brown, office
monitors kept Files, typed bulletins and mes-
sages, took dictation, handled the monthly
attendance report, alphabetized and did
various other duties required of them.
Front Row: V. Medina, J. Reed, B. Scwders, E. Aanestad, B. Spalding, J. Souza.
Second Row- K. Lewis L Arballo C. Brown M. Wri ht C Wade I. Simas
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Rivals learned To respect your name.
Every Team we-nT out To win,
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VAR I TY
Fielding the first varsty football team in Artesias
two year existence, the Pioneers, led by the
capable coaching of William Craven, John Chad-
wick and Ray Mooshage-n,comprisecl one of the
garnest squads ever to represent the school.
Artesias mighty varsity jumping into the newly
formed Rio Hondo League, went headlong into
stiff competition as the Pioneers were weak in
Fighting spirit was strong as Artesia's first varsity
football squad was launched.
Steve Green JOS Cruz -llm Reed
Fullbgck Left End Left Tackle
Bob Dgle Harold Nichols Kenny Strough Jack Favors FI'CH'1l4 RCIITHVEZ
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Though not having a great record behind them,
the Pioneers have rnuch to be proud of as they
showed many schools their aggresiveness and
hustle. So the first varsity ot Artesia goes down
in history for their record of great sportsmanship
and hard playing during the 55-56 season.
Varsity football coaches were John Chadwick, Bill
Craven lhead coochl, and Ray Mooshagen.
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Because of the teamwork shown in the picture above the Artesia Bee
team rambleal to league victory.
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Front Row: D. Mients, B. Barling, B, Jenkins, B. Gray, G. Dye, D. An-
derson, H. Bothat, G. Mead, T. Colunga, B. Charlton, T. Jones. Second
Row: J. Chamberland, C. Mendez, C. Gallop, B. Stalcup, S, Sperou,
I. Garcia, K. Hall, P. Stewart, K. Hall, T. Medina, B. Lister. Third Row:
G. Ulibarri, H. Torres, E. Palacio, R. Mitchell, G. Drulias, G. Whaley,
B. Donnell, R. Chesley.
rolleol over La l-labra 48-O. The Pioneers lost their '
tollowing games, lout unolauntedly came back to '
Starting the season off with a bang, the Artesia Bees
their next five to win the championship for their leag
After a good season of six wins and two losses, Conch
Chesley, along with several returning letterrnen,
awaiting an even better season next year.
Fullback Henry Torres plunging througln
the Santa Fe defense.
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Toward next year's season as they led Ar'resia's
Cee squad Through a loig '55 season Inex-
perienced buf willing To husile, they will be one
of next years mosT colorful suads.
Bill Page makes a quick run toward that
elusive pay dirt.
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Front Row: L. Scruggs, B, Page, M, Anderson, H. Cruz, R. Hull, E. Costodio
R. Somers, R. Flora, R. Vasquez. Second Row: R. Ternquisf, E. Travis, G
Rogers, D. Flint, W, Hackney, J. Pifts, B, Griffen, R. Hernandez, J. Lawhorn
R. Bryan. Third Row: D. Salazar, F. Gurule, A. Amezcua, C. Jaccbus, J
Becker, D. Charlton.
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Front Row: T. Blok, A. Rios, E. Schimmels,
A Gomez, R, Amezcuo, R. Holmes, L.
Rarnage, G. Campbell. Second Row: J.
Chadwick, B. York, W. Cole, A, Ferguson,
Joey Atkins member ofthe Varsity squad ,umps with opponent of
Bell Gardens High
Although the Pioneer Varsity basketball squad
started out with what looked like a very unsuccess-
tul year they picked up speed near the end ot the
season. They placed third in Rio Hondo League
standings with tour wins and eight losses. The
squad copped a second place trophy upon entering
an all-school tournament.
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try to hold the Titans of San Marino from
making o basket.
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BA KE T BALL
Quick thinking and fast moves were needed for baskets to be made.
Front Row: G. Sims, T. Colunga, L. Bailey, D. Meints, P. Stewart, E. Palacio.
Second Row: J. Reid, B. Box, R. Mitchell, K. Hall, H. Bottinger, H. McDonald.
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Hard work and good spirit won many games
for the Bees.
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Talent of coach Herald McDonald
added up To lead Arresias strong
Bee basketball Team Through the
year with performances To be proud
of, in years To come
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Everyone seems to be after the ball in this
action-packed basketball game.
Alfred Amezcua reaches high above opponents
to make a basket.
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Front Row: S. Molles, R. Mients, G. Nichols, D. Flint, C. Turner. Second Row: G. Dania s,
T. Wooten, C. Rowan, G. Rodgers, W. Craven.
Head coach William Craven led the mighty Cee basket-
ballers to victory during the first half of league play,
only to be hampered by injuries during the second halt
and tinish in third place.
Taking inexperienced players, Gill Charters led the small
Dee basketballers through a highly successful season.
Front Row: V Stefani, F, Gurule, W. Hackney, A. Dantema, A. Amezcua, B. Gonsalvas,
B. Griffin. Second Row. R. Summer, D. Wilson, J, Dantuma, M, Siebengartner,
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Taking over the wheel of varsity baseball, head coach
Herald McDonald leol the Pioneers through a successful "56"
season. Fielding the first varsity baseball team in league
competition, the Pioneer varsity was composed mostly ot
sophomores and a few iuniors. In the end determination and
hustle by all team members were the main factors for many
upsets during the year, and good experience for a better
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Top Row: L. Shcckey, J. Daniels, H
McDonald, R. Mitchell, P. Stewart
3 T. Colunga, H. Nickels, B. Box, W
Cole, T. Medina. Front Row: .l
Rodriguez, C. Kelly, L. Bailey, G.
1 Dye, R. Meints, T. Jones, R. Shim-
mels, D. Meints.
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baseball coaches, led his inexperience
Front Row: J. Reed, B. Jenkins, G. Mead, R. Sullivan, D. Flint, J. Lawhorn. Second
Row: R. Chesley, R. Myers, J. Martinez, A. Gomez, G. Sims, R. Vasquez, B. Green.
1. V. BA EBALL
"Curly" Vasquez winds up to throw another strike.
Jess Lawhorn sizing up a pitch for a base hit.
Pioneers of years to come will be prou
J.V. players through a highly successful
'56 campaign. With many of the
players freshmen and sophomores, thee
of the fine showing made by the future
One of the privileges given to freshmen is trosh baseball, in wl
only they can participate. With John Chadwick leading the vt
The scrubs are to be proud of the fine showing during the year. Fr-ash
baseball is one of the sports which did not compete in league m
Front Row: K. Nelson, M. Caddy, E. Noster,
J. Collins, F. Gurule. Second Row: R. Her-
nandez, F. McWilliam, C. Chalstrom, B. Mont-
gomery, P. Turner, J. Chadwick,
The '56 season was the tirst year that
Artesia had fielded a Tennis team.
Though starting att with a great lack ot
experience the Artesia High varsity ten-
nis team under the leadership ot coach
Charters had many victories in league
practice against schools ot long experi-
ence in league tennis.
P. Sherman, J. Deeth, B. Donnell, D. Thomas, G. Thomas, D. Dull, J. Brunner
P. Reynolds, D. Hartman, G. Charters.
Paul Reynolds swings hard in order to return his opponent's serve.
VAR I TY
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FRO H TENNS
Although the Frosh Tennis squad had little experience in
league competition they showed great spirit and ability.
Under the direction of Gil Charters they worked hard and
are expecting to follow into greater league competition next
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Although not fielding
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sity track team gained
much experience under
the coaching of William
Craven, Ronald Turn-
quist, anol Gilbert Uli-
Competing against stiff all-around
competition, the Pioneer Bee track-
sters are the gamest bunch of boys
to set foot on the Artesia oval. Not
winning the championship, but
fighting to the wire, the Pioneers are
looking forward to a big '57,
Spectators are pleased os Ken Strough brings
home another first for Artesia.
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Front Row: G. Ulibarri, L. McQuiston, L. Gross, R, Ternquist, B. Dale, R. Comstock, B, Behunin, B. Craven
Second Row: B. Barela, S. Costello, C. Veldhuis, T. Corrigan, D, Padilla.
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E. Pugh, B. Craven. Second Row: R. Amezcua, S. Green
K. Holl, S. Taylor.
I. Garzin, G. Salcido,
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G. Uliborri. Second Row: G, Drulios, J, Coito, D Aurio, G. Rodgers, G. Nichols, T, Elleclge, M,
Anderson, E. Mays.
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Artesia TrocksTers Took firsf Three places in
Fielding one of The greoTesT Trock
Teoms of ArTesio, The Cee squocl
proved To be vvorfhy of Their school
Us They finished on The Top of The
Ieogue. The Cee TrocksTers goined
much experience onol will forTify The
fuTure Teams of ArTesio wiTh fine
ATHLETE' AUTOGR PH
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OF FA VORI TE
RID! G O R BIRTHD I
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Behind us through ecxch day,
The cornrnuniiies our clistricf bounds
Are with us cull The way,
Adveriisers, service clubs,
Citizens, hole ond hearty,
To ecich ond every one of you,
welcome- To our birthday party.
E. J. FRAWLEY
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS
18615 Pioneer Blvd. TO. 5-1387
"Just Good Food"
11695 THE PLAZA
Norwalk, California TO. 4-6226
AL KALIE MUSIC
We teach and rent all instruments
RECORDS - MUSICAL SUPPLIES
I3937 S. Pioneer TO. 3-4777
THE ANIMAL FAIR
PETS AND SUPPLIES
TROPICAL FISH 8C AQUARIUMS
11661 The Plaza
J. C. PENNEY CO.
ll70I E. ROSECRANS
13913 Pioneer Torrey 4-7722
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The House of Perfect Diamonds
11721 Rosecrans Avenue Torrey 4-7817
JAMlE'S PHOTO CENTER
11715 E. The Plaza
SQUARE SHOE REPAIR
"Service While You Wait"
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
11693 The Plaza
ADE'S HOME SHOP
CURTAINS - LINENS - GIFTS
13935 Pioneer Blvd.
ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
"For That Something Extra"
1 1703 The Plaza NORWALK SQUARE
Torrey 4-3311 V
1 1707 Rosecrans Avenue Norwalk Square
NORWALK COLOR CENTER
Wallpaper - Free Decorating - Advice
1171 1 The Plaza Torrey 4-7410
Draperies - Curtains - Bedspreads
11713 The Plaza Norwalk Square
SEARS-ROEBUCK 8. CO.
13927 PIONEER BOULEVARD
FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS
JERSEY GOLD DAIRY
11921 E. Del Amo Blvd. Torrey 5-2328
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17713 S. Pioneer Blvd. Torrey 5-1263
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TROY 8. BOB'S AUTO WORKS
Bear Wheel Alignments Balancing Service
15940 S. Pioneer Blvd. Torrey 5-3416
Body 8g Fender Repairs - Expert Refinishing
BUY YOUR NEW OR USED CAR FROM
S and I CHEVROLET
SALES - SERVICE - NEWCARS OR USED CARS
11900 Easf Orangethorpe Boulevard
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REYN0l.D'S PAINT 81 POTTERY RICHARDS REXALI DRUG I
TREASURE TONE PAINTS Torrey 5-2769 X
Ceramics for all occasions 21500 S. NORWALK ARTESIA, CALIF.
12103 East Carson Sf. TorreY 5-1432
18550 S. Pioneer To. 5-2733
PENNY-WISE MARKET BARR LUMBER CO.
19104 S. Norwalk Blvd, 18810 S. Pioneer Torrey 5-1331
GOOD LUCK, PIONEERS CONGRATULATIONS
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In 11719 East Rosecrans
V. E. CORUM STORE FIXTURES RODGERS FOOD LOCKERS
CABINETS OF ALL KINDS LOCKERS - CUSTOM MEAT SERVICE
Torrey 5-T664 H746 E. Orangerhorpe Blvd. GROCERIES AND MEAT5
ARTESIA, CALIFORNIA 11605 E. Carson St. Phone Torrey 5-2797
MODEL HOMIE FURNITURE
COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE 81 APPLIANCES
21512 Norwalk Blvd. TO. 5-5668
18801 PIONEER BLVD
TO 5 3177
12510 E. CARSON STREET
Ph GAf Id 9 1197 We Give
H G d S 81 H Green Stamps
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BUENA BARK, CALIFORNIA
Chicken Dinners - Steak House - Free Entertainment in Ghost Town
Free Parking - No Admission Charge
12441 E Carson GA. 5-0973
INSTALLATION 81 REPAIR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
1 1709 EAST ARTESIA BLVD.
TORREY 5 1291
Hand 8s Power Tools
Sheet MetaI Products
17330 S Pioneer Torrey 5 2198
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Supplying the Cofetorium
CONTINENTAL BAKING COMPANY
HOSTESS CUPCAKES - DOUGHNUTS - PIES
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
MOUNTAIN VIEW INC.
Suppliers of dairy producis for the cofeforium
LEWIS ROOFING COMPANY
F. H. A. TERMS
17208 S. Roseton -Torrey 5-3303
ARTESIA FLORAL SHOPPE FEED 8, HARDWARE
Flowers for c1II occasions
11812 E 186th SI Torrey 5-3287 M404 E. CARSON ST-
GLIDDEN PAINTS SAVE AT
AUTO PAINTS MoB1LGAs STATION
TOOL RENTAL ORANGET1-1o1zPE AT PIONEER
GARDEN SUPPLIES TORREY 5,9717
21524 s. Pi onee 1 Torrey 5-1900 - .
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EXCELLENT DAIRY PRODUCTS
21516 S. PIONEER
MONTEREY YARN SHOP
LOOKING FOR A GIFT?
Knit him a pair of argyle socks
neer Blvd. Torrey 5 3782
D. H. GRAY
TRACTORS and DUMP
Torrey 5 2214
17019 South Pioneer Blvd.
DICKS MOBILE SERVICE
' TIRES - NEW 81 RECAPS
' COMPLETE LUBE JOB
' TRAILER RENTALS
' WHITE GAS 8. KEROSENE
20115 NORWALK BLVD
Brake Drum Trumg
21619 S. NORWALK BLVD
L. D. DONNELL INSURANCE
MR. and MRS. K. D. GROSS
MR. and MRS. DIXON GAYER
LONNIE and MARILYN
JIM and PAT
DANNY and COLEEN
C. W. TAGUE, D.V.M.
18641 V2 Pioneer Blvd
12113 Carson Torrey 5 3542
11709 E. Orangefhorpe Torrey 5 3929
NEW ROOFS - REPAIRS - RECOVER
MANDEL'S FAIR STORE
18619 Pioneer Blvd. TO. 5-2719
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Sales 8. Service
COMPLETE APPLIANCE REPAIR
Pick-up 81 Delivery
12005 E. Carson SI. Torrey 5-2250 or Garfield 5-691 1
ARTESIA SHOE REPAIRING WEAVER'S DRY CLEANERS
WORK GUARANTEED 19117 PIONEER BLVD.
18632 PIONEER TORREY 5-3377
, YOU SAVE WHEN YOU
WEBER S SHOP A,
SPORTING CENTER gAV,0N DRUGS
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' Tennis Rockets Restrung Torrey A 7731
15917 S Pioneer Torrey 5 5333 Norwalk square
GENERAL INSURANCE GEORGE SAYS
ALL TYPES Corns have sold more shoes than salesmen
NOTARY GOOD IMPRESSIONS ARE LASTING
for beifer prmfing
E. A. SUTTON
11814 E 186th S1 Torrey 5 3255 11812 E-186111 Sf- Affesw
COOKIES - CAKES - FRENCH PASTRIES
18627 Pioneer Torrey 5-3489
F 8. W MARKET
GOLD BOND STAMPS
Get the gifts you have
always wanted FREE
21401 Norwalk Blvd Torrey 5 2515
INCOME TAX SERVICE
21634 Norwalk Blvd Torrey 55751
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CLOTHING 8. PRICES TO PLEASE
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Many people are needed To do various jolos necessary in order To have a good yearbook There
were many on and off The sTafT who helped To make This Aho de Oro The besT yeT We would
like To Thank The following for Their invaluable aid:
ANO DE ORO STAFF
DIXON GAYER, ADVISER
S. K. SMITH COMPANY
YEARBOOK HOUSE, MONROVIA, CALIF.
Ano ole Oro 1956
PUBLISHERS OF HYIAR' O05 FWTHE DISCRIMINATING
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