El Cajon Valley High School - Legend Yearbook (El Cajon, CA)

 - Class of 1955

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Y' .Ir if V., ."wV.:u. . Y . .1 4: .. V?" ff ' 'X ' ff T ' 'W' it-0 s" In L ' 'S' A 'g ..'7,.. 'Xl - 0 , 1, swf, fx 'Y tx' qv. ,' 'Ulf 4 'W' 'said 4 f 'K ' ' ' '. Q fs f fy ' -- w-14' ' 9' ' 'A F' igw lgflf. ', ,, 1',, 'E 'b ENN" ' u ' I 'U K 3 iw ,ff 7, 1' Y ' gg: Q, ',,.ff2 1 , A H,-, ,I gf, ' . . pg,-. 0 W fi L, -all ' W' . ,uqf-us"s Q , n WHA- ' -. an AH vs " A ' . illlet - - ...ff ax f : A I. ' 1 ,wi , .wa ' . - "gif .Q , ni ' ,: 'Y , qu' l ,ww ' "- iw' 4 em. ,Ia x ',-anna-Q4 M,,,,,,, , ' ' in A.,,--Q2 K Q -'Q' This year the Student Body great- ly benefited from our wonderful Student Government. Not only did we have able leaders, but fine stu- dents, all doing their part to make Grossmont great. Under the leader- ship of our commissioners, we found many committees working together to put our school into smooth run- ning. Among these committees were the Election Board, Ticket Squad, Upper House, Advisory Committee, Program Committee and the Student Council. Gracias for all the work you gave to Grossmont. 'CZ' BILL MCCLAIN MR. MCCLINTIC A.S.Bf President Advisor .9u6l2l'lt 0Uel'l'll1'lellt Barbara Barr-Veep. Marianne Bucholz-Sec. Betty Dearborn-Finance Ellen Whitmore-Cultural Affairs Mary Lou McClellan-Publicity Marilyn Cooper-Chief Justice Joe Famme-Athletics Carol Higgins-Public Works Allen Falsetti-Atty. General M W li 7,3 I V445 J ' W WL, mb. ,bwf'f 5wW L if 53 4 . k 4 . ' -,,,..i-5 WWW 'FI mn f 1' 5 GZ fm BILL PALMER DAN NY MOEN PERRY CRAMPTON ,if EL CAJON A.S.B. ELECTIONS The A.S.B. elections for the fu- ture leaders of the new EI Cajon Valley High School took place March 29 in the auditorium. Com- peting for the honor of president were Perry Crampton, Danny Moen, and Bill Palmer. Candidates for veep were Marianne Bucholz and Gayle Cummings. Bill Palmer and Marianne Bucholz won the elec- tions, The other officers elected are as follows: Leslie Horde, secretary, Ed Stinson, finance, Janet Thomp- son, publicity, Jeannie Woelfel, cultural affairs, Diane Hoffman, public works, Lee Campbell, attor- ney general. Congratulations are in order for the newly-elected officers, and may success go with you in your new school. i gzchond l X i .1 TOMMY JOHNSON BOB WEILAND GROSSMONT ASB. ELECTIONS Tommy Johnson and Bob Wei- land competed against each other for the office of Grossmont l-ligh's ASB. president next year, Tommy won the election, and working with him as the new veep will be Betty Johnson. Martha Longino was run- ner-up for the vice-presidency. Other officers for next year will be Margie Nelson, secretaryg Burr Goode, financeg Barbara Schiller, publicityg Zan Harbs, cultural af- fairsg Jim Walton, athleticsg Meg Woolmon, public worksg and Tcm Miller, attorney general, We know it will be a wonderful year next year for these officers. l-lere's to their success in handling school affairs. '-tif , MLW vyviur, ,,.,, f MR. PARKER Advisor ---...Q .-.. Z Connie Tash Norma Lee Asst. Editor Editor-in-Chief Q! ny- 67 QCUQI' 0 The El Recuerdo for '55 is coming to through the efforts of the annual staff its many outside workers. Norma Lee, you and this year's editor-in-chief, Mr, Parker, advisor, and the rest of the staff deserve our deepest thanks. The long spent hours of picture scheduling, write-ups, layout, art work, business and sales, money-making projects, publicity, darkroom work and proof reading used many, many hours in the staff's busy schedule. We are now giving you, to the best of our ability, an annual full of the latest and best in yearbook production. 'Nu Q rl L A X Ei Bonnie Bantle Snap Shots, Art Chuck Bond Photo Coordinator Carolyn Cooper Clubs Arlene Daly Business Manager Dianne Denison Senior Write Ups Carol Douthit Photographer Marilyn Cooper Art Diane Hoffman Senior Write Ups Carol Jurgensen Senior Pictures Harold Munzer Photographer Sandy Hill Advertisements Fred Wettig Photographer George Roach S Boys' Sports iii.. Jeannie Woelfel Write-ups Sally Tash Classes ,fum 'G' i' it 'gi CHOES .... NX MRS. AHERN Advisor ALICE DUQKWORTH Editor-in-Chlcf joofkiff gckoed The Foothill Echoes, under the expert direction of Mrs. Eckoe Ahern, informed los muchachos de la escuela at all up-to-date news on campus and oft. Many cub reporters could be found throughout the year roaming around the campus with "noses tor news." The editor-in-chief and the page editors were kept busy assigning and editing stories, writing headlines, and pasting up the pages before their deadlines. Helping to put out the paper were advertising, circulation and business managers. The latter was directed this year by Mr. Willard Barkell of the commercial department. The bi-weekly publication was at its best this year, as anyone could plainly see. Sombreros oft to a job well donel 6 . 3' . , yy 3- 'H lf- - 5, 1 g Q 4 4- i , . J ,a 3 ,""-'v- .- Connie Tash Diane Hoffman Arlene Daly Bob Stille Associate Editor Editorial Editor Feature Editor Sports Edit-or l 1 gf . mlm- Q A N. T"I5'Z'i" EcHoss smrr uriic THE RED ROBE CHOIR RED ROBE CHOIR The Red Robe Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Merle C. Donohue, upheld its reputation as "the best in the west" by giving several impressive programs this year on campus and oft, The members participated in the an- nual Christmas pageant, were invited to sing in various other areas, and acted as host-choir for the San Diego High School Choral Concert, which is held annually. LES BELLES TRIO LES BELLES TRIO Carolyn Watson, Norma Reiss and Linda Barbour have made themselves quite a name under the title of Les Belles Trio. Events such as Skitch Phillips Presents, Dukes' Drag, Band Assembly, and Red Robe Choir Night all had them as featured singers. The Les Belles Trio have long been an established group at G.H.S. I I apefefted P aff all-:r, ' - 2231 1 4 if . 33' FLAG CORPS CAPERETTE LEADERS Judy Scully Barbara Slagle Eileen l-lumberstad The combined efforts of the pom pon corps, flag corps and majorettes brought another year of outstanding perform- ances to the public, All the spirit and long-felt excitement were expressed by the girls as they performed at the home football games. To these girls, there is no feeling quite like that experienced upon their entrance on the field and in parades, and many wonderful memories will be cherished throughout the years. Gross- mont salutes you, Coperettes, for your tremendous efforts which helped earn a fine repu- tation for our school. wil JW U W dv M, x MAJORETTES OMJMW 2aa .. POM PON CORPS gs -, S . QHWQQM 4' an CABG' OZLGJQPJ Harry Benter Pat Devlyne Bob Uecker With the help of our fabulous cheer- leaders - Tommy, Pat, Harry and the two Bobs, G.H.S. spirit was brought to a new high, worthy of this ivy-covered castle. These boys could be found at every game with the some quality of good sportsmanship and enthusiasm as in years past. Muchas gracias for a fine year, boys, You were terrific? Bob Gustafson Tammy Johnson agkrnia Cade: orpd 'O i 553. A 9 G ' .-ef , .f V' . 5 -is, 5 ... N x 4 XX I - X , Eddie Rose Konrad Reinke , David Scott Roger Simpson A Company ,, :Mi tW15?:sM25g5g'i'l i T " J- "Ulu M' - B Company W., , 4 :'-1 ,i . "Q " ng Y A-1 atm ri 1 Y Robert Martin Harold Munzer Capt. Fielder The l7lst Battalion, Cali- fornia Cadet Corps, is of great service to Grossmont. The col- or guard performed intricate drill during the football season. At the Pageant, the cadets parked an average of 300 cars per night for four nights. The Battalion program on the rifle range, under the direction of Capt, R, H, Fielder, Comman- dant, is one of the finest Cadet programs Grossmont has ever had. The Corps certainly has done its best to do its part in making Grossmont projects and activities a success. C Company 5- -xs X .1 ..wqQ...,,. ...-............ --,. x . . "wg.x...... '1 ,:,,.f.- , ff N' Q.:a.f.:'.:,,-,,,f" E L gp, Wu U 1.vm.,. ' yrixy f, 1 fi . 1 , 52 , 38 ,i,"- VIRGINIA AUSTIN TOMMY JOHNSON Reader Reader Clzridfmaa ageanf Angel and Mary I ax.. li 2 U 'Uh I 0 Q ll f 51. ,- on ' 4 . 4? A 5' it W f f 1 ms 'Q ' yf V... a ' :. I SUE SMITH TERRY JOHNSTON Madonna Madonna Perhaps the most beautiful performance of the year was the annual presentation of the Christmas Pageant, lt presents not only the joy and gaiety of the holiday season, but also the solemn beauty and meaning that fills many hearts with thoughts of good will towards all men, The loyalty and devotion to the production of this program shows one and all the wonderful spirit and feeling that Grossmonters have for the pageant. ll-lE TOWNSPEOPLE MADONNA SCENE 1 Junior-Senior Prom Committee unior- enior rom Excitement is in the air and it's here again, the fabulous night of the prom. The new El Cortez ballroom fills, and beautiful music slowly captures your dreams. This happens once in a lifetime, so take a deep breath, it's yours to remember in all the cherished memories you keep for the future. Rod 'rt' Dianne George 'n' Margaret A , , x'NQ 7 . .'- T- . A, V ix V A , A ,B ni' iv an f' 1 in , , ,lli " ' i f A Q J .ki x Ar , I I .xl li Via fl f 'N' 4 5.7, , . ' ' X ,af 'nr' . if -'1 Don 'n' Leslie Bob 'ri' Marv Neil 'n' Deanne Gear e 'n' Jerry Harr 'n' Mar ie Q V Q Ol f 1 ll lQQQ?igEElwi U I f Qi? I A f' x,'!'1!BQQi lQ 5" aw f-biz: in ,V 2 ,J A j twigs Q52 L f? xyl- ATHLETICS X X S ,X NWQ' i A H32 .wr ..r,1-'A f .avi - , h X . f SN 'QH si x x . s an RP' JN", ew' 1"f"'i-Gil '92 .ug I ., . H .PKI .QV ' 1 -':5J 5"'L f Q45 ' -2 1 9 V wc A ' JR' Qs? typ? if , J' 'H 'x:'f','. 99f""1- -v wwf W, -AJ if I-552, MLBU CM ' W. Q x sg, WU ef' 2' x:,9'9 1 Y- 11 1 f!.?,,,,' ' - HQ.: 'km , in , ki ai " i f f , . -A' Q 1 I 1' , X 4 s. Q2 7 Q fwq, 11" in-11's "' 'Y' COACH MORELL COACH OTTERSON Q Bob Almgren Sai Contreras VARSITY FOOTBALL Lynn Cupp 'Ea Charlie Ford Tom Grassl Bill Hughes Img. T as wi ef ,Awww J'f2'if45J T QAM !Q,,,nS'- ' We Ov P 4 W wp ! goofgaf CO-fapfain This year's team fought their way through many a hard game to end the season in second place. Grossmont is really proud of this year's varsity. Coaches Phil Morrell and Glen Otter- son got the team going through hard work and many hours on the field. Trophy winners for this year were Joe D'Heilly for most valuable player, Eddie Porter for most improved player, and Charlie Ford for the most inspirational player. Our game with Helix was a game that left all the fans in a A roar! Co-captain Jerry Parli F Tx: The Foothillers broke the U O -'lil Joe D'Heilly 4 7 J ' Don Caporal fourth quarter and at the . Q the game the loyal Grossmonters breathed a sigh of relief when we won the hard fought game by a score of lui Q1 - I 3 J Eddie Porter Bob Stockton Ed Smith Lee Thayer uary Thomas oe Welch f Jerry Wetter Bud Preisser M age J jl'26Al'l'ldll -Sopkomore joofdaf soPHoMoRE TEAM ' A 1 " r 3 3 Z2 si? T35 fifif P1 28' 9' w"YJdA FRESHMAN TEAM The J.V. teams were really good this year, and their many hours of gruelling work demonstrated the fine feeling and spirit these boys had for football. We are all looking forward to seeing this group of boys next year when they will be playing for our Varsity squad. .siaorfd in .xdcfz Coach Locke Olson Z?adLefLaf i Tommy Jones Rig' ,Xxx X L X X.:- Millar VARSITY BASKETBALL "A" BASKETBALL Our basketball team was terrific, going all the way to the S.C.l.F. finals where we lost to Coronado by the very close score of 57-59. The great teamwork and spirit of the team was one of the most outstanding factors that contributed to their victories. Coach Olson's fine work with the boys gave them the inspira- tion to go out and win, The team reallv set the works on tire, and Grossmont rooters think they're great. Don Cole Lowell Rape 'N Les Hall Lecn Nelsov ikip Penn Jerry Barrows Don Raymond Bob Trovaten Phil l-lauri "B" BASKETBALL The "B" basketball team had one ot the outstanding seasons this year by losing only one game of league play. The great group of players on this team gave the season the spirit of success. There were many outstanding men on the "B" team this year, but the one who really stood out in the eyes of everyone was Dick Williams. He was voted most out- standing player of the year. We will be expecting a lot out of him next year on the "A" team. "B" BASKETBALL -.V "ze l 'Ci ,fin L l John Ricketts Lynn Simpson Dick Williams Coach Hancock ch Mash C ach Head 306 "A" TRACK The track team was really great this year! They took all the honors in the Metro League, and ran away at the Yuma meet with the score ot 78-25. In the South Bay Relays, Grossmont walked away with l3 out ot l8 trophies. The great coaching ot Coach Mashin and all the hard work ot the team certainly contributed to the team's success. Records were broken in the C class by Doug Benson, who set the lOO-yd. dash record at lO.2. In class B, Bill Hammond set the new record in pole vaulting at l2'8". ln class A, Tom George tied the 440 record at 51.2. These records show what a spirit for w' ing the team has. r xxx lc! ily "A" TRAClqTEAM 'All J, ,.... - . C" TRACK TEAM Doug Benson Joe Famme X 5 ,O Q vs r N 1 T - 'ef Tom Bonner Q Q Qi :url lt "B" TRACK TEAM The "B" track this year Con- tributed again to Grossmont's winning streak. Even though most of our outstanding oth- letes were competing in var- sity, the "B" track team came through by taking the honors in the Metro League. Gross- mont salutes this group who, through many hours of work- out, made a first-rate showing during the season. Joe D'HeiIly Bill Hammond Don Caporal Bob Gustafson Jerry Kocurek Jim Griswald YEAA 1 if: g, lb- E' 6 I- Q1 Vx sv gf 'E ' i 1 k av' The Cross Country team won this year's S,C.l.F, champion- ship with Rene Rogers winning the title in a mile and nine- tenths course, the time being l,l6. Grossmont's Cross Coun- try team has been undefeated in the last four years in league competition. We can attribute their winning to our great Coach Mashin and the hard work and spirit of Grossmont's outstanding cross country team. We expect to see many of these fine boys back next year to carry on Grossmont's wonderful record. road ounfry John Kershaw Tom George Rene' Rogers 399 C A Q lv i L 5 ennid VARSITY craoss coummv The tennis team is again one of the bright spots of our school sports life. Depending mainly on sophomore and junior players to replace the many seniors of last year's strong team, Coach Matern has been well pleased with the fine show of the team in tournament play. Although there are no really outstanding players this year, long hours of practice and hard work have given this year's team great promise for taking honors. , xx 9 a, if TENNIS TEAM 3 Q YQ Q I t , Q, , if y ' .eg Q 3 , Edwin! Even though the turn-out for this 53, spsrt was limited, the varsity baseball 4 ' team started the year oft by winning ten out of twelve, which showed they have great promise of becoming the l Metro League Champions. They owe their success to the returning letter- men ond the hard work of the team as --' a whole. The team had a keen sense ot fair play, and Foothillers are really "- proud of this lively bunch of hustling ball players. 43. , xkfx xl? QP! sr? Lynn Simpson Earl Carlton Phil Hauri Leon Nelson Don Cole Ivan Wiker Starting the season off with a straight winning streak, the J,V. baseball team holds great promise for future leogue championships, The teom did ' " .7 wonderful work through their strong pitching staff and hard hitting combi- nations. This is one of the most outstanding groups of J.V. ball players in ,.,., the leogue this year. We all hope to see these boys back next year playing fu "L for our Varsity team. Gary Freymiller J, V. BASEBALL PVR .i K. is ':QL.....-47115 t., tg' v-ova, h M--' SlYlD Penn 122' D . , lv I :rs-.-.-W. - - Alan Hall is .Sparks X . 4' U of gg N wel By means of the activities included in the girls' sports program, G.H.S. gerties gain an enjoyable experience which contributes to health and hap- piness. lncluded in this pro- gram are archery, Caperettes, dancing, recreational and in- dividual sports, team sports, tennis, tumbling, and badmin- ton. Volleyball Archery . ' . " "' '.,.uf ,, :wg ,M . I , K A,:f.tQ.,.,:iuS,lL, 'f' '.,a. , ,, I, 'V SHAW nu 'N 2 .1 . ii jg Q Nz , W! J Q Y. ey-f QQ! it 3 V , f 3 1 ,L..,f,, h kg -.gill iz, fm' ,wb m aw? 1 :AV f'M- 1.4, A . 3 if J H . mi ' mm 94 H.. ff' 2 V , , 2 95 ef an ... f Altv 0- CLUBS x S , ' Y.. i. QL Xwiic A w .AV nn, , x SI '-Q .lm X. lv "'i--'H 54-.Q-v.n--gk ,law CLUBS if' v M,- xs-M -- gig GROSSMONT GlRL'S LEAGUE Pres., Jeanie Cramer, V. Pres., Elaine Tucker, Sec, Barbara Slagle, Treas., Jerrie Hatter, Sponsor, Miss Arnold. Any girl at Grossmont having an A.S.B. card is automatically a member of Girl's League. The purpose of this club is to serve the students of Grossmont when- ever possible. The Girl's League spon- sors Twirp Week, the Twirp Twirl, Good Grooming Week, two faculty teas, Cot- ton and Denim Day, and two fashion shows during the year. They also spon- sor a Korean War Orphan. INTER-CLUB COUNCIL President, Virginia McGrew, Secretary, Connie Tosh, Advisor, Mr. McClintic. The lnter-Club Council is made up of students who represent the vari6us Gross- mont clubs. This group meets approxi- mately twice a month for the purpose of discussing and solving problems concern- ing the club program and other school affairs. The success of Hix Mix may be contributed to the Inter-Club Council because of the time and effort spent on the part of its members. DUCHESSES Grand Duchess, Duane Brandenburg, Lesser Duchess, Sue Dowdy, Scribe, Syl- via Campbell, Financial Scribe, Carol Sue Jurgensen, Historian, Pauline Nel- son, Sponsor, Miss Harker, The Duch- esses are an active social service club, whose interests have kept them busy this past year, They collected toys for crip- pled children at Christmas, did baby sit- ting during the Christmas Pageant, ush- ered at the Football banquet, and served at the Citizens Advisory Committee meetings, They also held the third an- nual Bunny Hop and went on a trip to Palm Springs. MOONSWEEPERS Pres., Jane Randall, V, Pres, Jill Levi- kow, Sec, Zan Harbs, Treas., Jerrie Hafter, Sponsors, Mrs. Kamminga, Mrs. Stewart, and Mrs. Thomas. The purpose of the Moonsweepers is to serve the community and school, Some of their big projects this year were decorating the homecoming float visiting Edgemoor Farm decorating Easter Eggs for crip pled children and putting on the Stock ing Stomp DUKES Pg., Bob Gustafson, V, Pres., Mel Kemp, Secy., Jerry Parli, Treas., Jerry Wetter, Sponsor, Mr, Gene Vinson. The Dukes are one of Grossmont's oldest service clubs. They have been very suc- cessful this year painting the parking lot and all the trash cans. They served as sergeant-at-arms at the nominating con- vention, they had a booth at Hix Mix, and also sponsored the annual Dukes Drag which turned out to be a big suc- cess. QV XL KNIGHTS Pres., Ed Mayo, V, Pres., l-larry Ben- ter, Treas., Norman Starr: Scribe, Jim Walton, Sponsor, Mr, Wenbourne. The Knights! purpose is to be of service to the school and to foster worthy social ties The Knights' big project this year was to put up the badly needed baseball scoreboard and to enforce Senior privi- Ieges, MAMSELLES DONS First semester: Pres., Elaine Tucker, V, Pres., Juanita Karmazin, Secy., Diane Tweed, Treas., Nancy Buhr. Second semester: Pres., Nancy Buhr, V, Pres., Anne Powell, Secy., Eleanor Wallace, Treos., Juanita Karmazin, Sponsor, Mrs. Sherman. The Mam- selles' purpose is to promote service and social activities in and out of school. Among this busy club's list of activities were the March of Dimes Car Wash, a Christmas charity proj- ect, a trip to Palm Springs, giving clothes to needy children, and making Easter baskets for the Crippled Chil- dren's Hospital, Pres., Bill McClain, V. Pres., Bob. Aimgg, Sec., Wally Dreis, Treas., Tommy Drew, Sponsor, Mr. Wilton. This active service club was organ- ized to create, maintain, and extend through the school and community high standards of Christian chorocter. Their activities for this year included ushering at Open l-louse, ushering at Hix Mix, sponsoring the annual Ugly Man contest, Safe Driving Day, and many more. P 'iii L. -me M., T .. ' .,., ......NL .i - Pres., Bill Stubbs, V. Pres., Bill Lara, Sec., Jack Steele, Treas., Bob Anderson, Sponsor, Mr. Heaton. To be of service to the school and to the community and to encourage friend- liness between students is the purpose of the Dons, They were kept very busy this post year. Included among their mony service projects and ac- tivities were working at the conces- sions at the football games, assisting at home track meets, and helping with the March of Dimes. Pres., Karl Knapp, V. Pres., Dick Williams, Sec., Martin Sperry, Treas., Eddie Stinson, Sponsors, Mr. Watkins and Mr. Kleinfelter. The Key Club was formed just this year ond has al- ready succeeded in getting new tele- phone booths for the school. It is primarily a service club and has done Career Conference Work, and has strived for general campus improve- ment. -an 44 my .N a 5' , c F x GROSSMONT HI-Y KEY CLUB BLADE AND EDGE Pres., Jim Laughton, V. Pres, Kathy Eidscn, Sec., Yvonne Perrigo, Treas., Helen Willhelm, Sponsors, Mr. Clark and Mr, Brown. The Blade and Edge members' purpose is to get to- gether and learn how to ice skate. This recreational and interest club had a snow party, a beach party, and a dance. Approximately one hundred students belong to this fine club. IDLERS Pres., Dale Walker, V. Pres., Mike Burgert, Secy., Jim Boatman, Sponsor, Mr, Hill. This automotive club was organized to promote safety on the highway and a better understanding between adult and teenage drivers. Among their activities this year are the Economy Run, a picnic at Laguna, and a booth at Hix Mix, 93999.05 q""'.fi0'5"i'!irv 'ffim K. JOKERS Pres., Jake Vann Lipe, V, Pres., Reedy Dunn, Sec., Phil Olea, Treas., Karl Knapp, Sponsors, El Cajon Police Department and Mr. Steele. The Jok- ers is a car club whose purpose is to improve their own cars and to help other people on the road. The club, organized in l953, has been quite busy, the members have built their own clubhouse, and are now building a car for drag racing. ol. ,D yr KAOSELLES Pres., Pat Betz, V. Pres., Janie Pinkham, Sec., Charmian Jondall, Treas,, Marilyn Woolsey, Sponsor, Miss Rooke. This active service club was organized to serve the school and promote friendship. A few of their varied activities included making scrap books for crippled children, put- ting on a fashion show, having a booth at Hix Mix, and sponsoring a clean-up campus campaign. LAS CONDESAS Pres., Anne Parkin, V. Pres., Kay Hardy, Sec., Kay Parrish, Sponsors, Mrs. Harrity and Mrs. Povenmire. The Las Condesas, a new service club at Grossrnont this Year, were formed in connection with the Red Cross. This club sponsored the Chestmobile and decorated at the Naval Hospital. LES CHANDELLES Pres., Jeanie Woelfel, V. Pres., Pat Leach, Sec., Jeannette Koenning, Treas., Barbara Weidner, Sponsor, Miss Norval. This newly organized club, since l954, was organized to be of service to the school and commu- nity. They were kept very busy deco- rating for the Y.W.C.A. banquet, put- ting on a Christmas Mural, the Mother-Daughter Banquet, and the first annual Mood Indigo dance, and workin9'gJ,t'1Hdgemoor Farm. ey . STARDUSTERS Pres., Virginia McGrew, V. Pres., Janet Thompson, Sec., Loretta Young, Treas., Shirley Chalupnik, Sponsor, Miss Creelman. The Stardusters is a social service club which was formed for girls over 5'8" in height. Their main objective is to be ot service to the school and to meet other tall girls. The members had do-nut sales, spon- sored a candidate for ugly man, ush- ered at the Spring Concert, had a Hix Mix booth, and sponsored an after- game dance, the Sweetheart Swirl. 3' I A, , I 5.1! Quii.L AND scRoi.L -. Pres., Alice Duckworth, V. Pres. Connie Tash, Sec., Diane Hoffman, Treas., Bob Stille, Sponsor, Mrs. Ahern. The Quill and Scroll is an in- ternational honorary society which consists of students who have done exceptionally fine work in journalism. It is one of Grossmont's oldest clubs, having been organized since l926. Their activities included two candle- light initiations and a party. One of the projects taken on by this organi- zation was to write and put out Senior Shorts, the senior newsletter, the sec- ond semester. 1 Apu JUNIOR STATESMEN Pres., Alan Falsetti, V. Pres., Dave Campbell, Sec., Ellen Whitmore, Treas,. Marilyn Johnson, Sponsor, Mr. Young. The main purpose of the Junior Statesmen is to make democ- racy work at home and school, They printed and distributed basketball schedules, attended conferences, dis- cussed current issues of debates, and went on a few excursions for a few of their many activities. F. B. L. A. Pres., Dick Root, Vice Pres., Bob Ad- amson, Sec., Barbara Notley, Treas,, Elsie Cockerill, Sponsors, Miss Pierce and Miss Lamont. This worthy club's purpose is to stimulate interest among business students and to follow a pro- gram set forth by the Future Business Leaders of America. This chapter, which was organized five years ago, included in their year's activities a beach party and many field trips. They also attended a state convention in Long Beach and gave an Outstanding Award Dinner. 4 1 Q' ' T 'N Q M' N ' ,. t - qi, 4 w , - If . . 41.3 ZX xlsf F. F. A. Pres., Don Buckel, Vice Pres., George Wilson, Sec., Dick McGregor, Treas., Steve Mercer, Sentinel, Jim Volin, Reporter, Don Magoffin, Sponsors, James Dyer and James Bosley. This group, which consists of over one hundred members, was organized in order to develop leadership in the boys and to teach new ideas and methods in farming. Students became members by taking the vocational course, and, since l928, the Future Farmers of America club has been very active. Among their many activities were judging contests, their Father and Son Banquet, and their very successful dance, the Harvest Ball. 'br vt Oi . JUN IOR-SENIOR Y-TEENS Pres., Margie Cowan, V, Pres, Sandy Ricketts, Sec., Betty Dearborn, Treas., Carole Hall, Sponsor, Pat Asauith. The Junior-Senior Y-Teens, a girls' social service club, in- cludes parties, many service projects, and the annual Halo n' Horns Dance among their activities, This club's purpose is to build a fellowship be- tween women and girls de- voted to the task of realizing those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. The Y-Teens are affiliated with the Y.W.C,A, X J lzlxn E X K I vf!!f4 I w 'livlffiu , uf Q sc, S S I l , L fffivfc . f A Elf L J M QW T c 'f'5bVUf5i 'jyf7 T llf, LH f A x 1-,'f,,,f 'i ix sg , 1 N ,i - tl Li f e , ig JYLLLQJ , if GROSSMONT Y-TEENS Pres., Lin Sickler, V, Pres., Carol Sparhawk, Secy., Margie Nelson, Treas, Toni Thomas, Sponsor, Mrs. Grace Menone This club is affiliated with the Y.W.CA., open to all Fresh- man and Sophomore girls A few of their activities were a fashion show, Christmas car oling, a booth at I'-lix Mix, and many other service and money raising proiects . r 6 I 'K ,- , "SIG 4 4 A Q Ni fe . o 'N-Q, 4, . J: ,M I Q :MJ ARTIZANS Pres., Laurel Higgins, V. Pres., Deanne Rhamy, Sec., Louise Hudson, Treas., Bryan Henry, Sponsors, Miss Hyde, Miss Lucero, and Mr. Peter- son, The Artizans was tormed tor the students interested in art. This busy group spon- sored our Homecoming Queen, made silk screened Christmas cards, entered a float in Mother Goose Parade, took tield trips to the Design Cen- ter and to the Allied Crafts- man Show, and went on sev- eral sketching trips. They also designed and made their own club pins. 5 L SPANISH CONVERSATION Pres., Marilyn Johnson, V. Pres., Barnum Knudson, Sec.-Treas., Ellen Whitmore, Sponsor, Mrs, Lane. The Spanish Conversation Club, which was formed approximately five years ago, was designed purposely to promote better relations between North Amer- ica and the Latin American countries. This interest group gathers to study about the mechanics of the Spanish language, and takes field trips to Spanish movies and restaurants. ROLLICKING ROMANS Pres., Bonnie Weaver, V. Pres., Janie Bradshaw, Sec., Barbara Austin, Treas., DeEtte Newkirk, Sponsor, Miss Anderson. The Rollicking Romans are made up of students who are taking Latin or have taken it for one year. The purpose of the club is to provide an opportunity tor students interested in Latin to get together and indulge in activities connected with Roman lite and language, This year a few of their activities included a trip to the Los Angeles Museum, one service project, and their annual Roman Ban- quet. LETTERMEN Pres., Tom George, V. Pres., Sol Contreros, Sec., Lynn Cupp, Treos., Doug Benson, Sponsor, Mr. Morell. The Let- termen include oll of our oth- letes who hove won o vorsity letter. The pointing of our weother-beoten trosh cons wos one of the occomplishments the Lettermen's Club hos to its credit. ru I .Z . GJ! .QP CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION Pres., Ellen Whitmore, V. Pres., Goyle Cummings, Sec., Corole Holl, Treos., Eddie Stinson, Sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy Smith. Upholding the motto, "Service Through Scholor- ship," these C.S.F.'ers were engoged in mony octivities ond projects this lost yeor. They held their onnuol bon- quet which honored Life Mem- bers, ottended the cinnuol con- vention ot one of the Southern Colifornio Colleges, hod meet- ings, ond offered o tutoring service which benefited mony people. '4't5'fvs 1 'iw if 'jf,.L- MA HORIZON CLUB Pres., Margie Miller, V. Pres., Sue Bond, Sec., Carol Fox, Treas., Barbara Schiller, Sponsor, Mrs. West. Service to the school, community, and the handicapped is the pur- pose for which this club was organized. Their many activi- ties include presenting baskets of food to the needy, Easter baskets for the Children's Hos- pital, and flowers and books to the library. ALPINE TRI HI-Y Pres., Sharron Gregg, V. Pres., Sherry Knox, Sec., Ro- berta Bostrom, Treas., Jennie Larson, Sponsor, Mr. David- son. This club was organized to create, maintain, and ex- tend Christian character in high school homes. They have been quite active this year. Christmas caroling, collecting food and clothing tor o needy family, collecting money for the March of Dimes, Hix Mix booth, and serving at Y.M.C.A. functions have been their ac- tivities this past year. 'ii wi GROSSMONT AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Pres., Bill Briggs, V. Pres., Jack Humphries, Sec., Frank Beale, Treas., Roger Bailey, Sponsor, Mr. Daggs. This club was organized early this year with the purpose of increasing interest in amateur radios. A few of their many activities included a field day, Maritime Mobile Trip, transmitter hunt, and participation in Hix Mix. Y.F.C. BIBLE CLUB Pres., Marlene Underwood, V, Pres., Yvonne Taylor, Sec., Lois Conord, Sponsor, Miss Anderson. The Y.F.C. Bible Club was formed to forward Christian fellowship and to further the Gospel of Christ. The club's activities included the selling of programs ot football games and raising of money for band uniforms. TORCH AND SABER Pres., Eddie Rose., V. Pres., Lee Brewer, Sec., James Hast- ings, Treas., Roger Simpson, Sponsor, Mr, Fielder. The Torch and Saber Club is com- posed of the commissioned of- ficers in the California Cadet Corps. This service and recre- ational club's purpose is ta promote better understanding between students and the ca- dets. Among their important activities are presentation of the annual Military Ball, one of the outstanding social events of the year, weekend outings, and supervision and drill of the corps units preparatory to com- petitions with other schools, CHEVRONS Pres., Duncan McCurrie, V. Pres., James Roberts, Treas., Dick Merrill, Sponsor, Mr. Feilder. This is a club whose main interest is that of better- ing relations between officers of the C.C.C. and the school. The club is made up of non-commissioned offi- cers of the Cadet Corps. This is a very active club and is proving quite valuable. X 1 1' f ljlO1lL iclll MATH cLus Pres., Mary Lou Comstock, Vice Pres., David Rightenaur, Sec., Jerry Robinson, Treasl Richcuid bl.CLll.6.U5 Sponsor, Mr. Clark. This educational club consists of twenty members and its purpose is known to promote inter- est and provide an opportunity to enlarge their knowledge in the field of math. Organized five years ago, this club has enjoyed many demon- strations and club speakers, and took over a Hix Mix booth in the spring. G.R.A. Pres., Norma Lee, V. Pres., Betty Dearborn, Secy., Kay York, Treas., Nancy Bowman, Sponsor, Miss Beekman. The G.R.A. was kept busy this year having their Annual Mother- Doughter Banquet and many other activities. The G.R.A. was one of the first clubs or- ganized at Cirossmont. It is necessary to earn a hundred points in one year to become a member of this club. L TEACHERS ,XX ly' -..L Leg, roaamonf Skoof .!40!mini5frafion-.Staff Mr. Lewis F. Smith District Superintendent Mr. Harold G. Hughes 'T' Assistant District Superintendent MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ARE: Mr. C. Foster, Mr, R. Hall, Mr, L. Freeman Mr, C, Irwin, and Mr. P. Svalstad. Mr. Harry Riley Mr. John Cornlius Principal Vice-Principal EGL' 0125 anguage ngiid Two of the three R's are well taken care of by the English department. The English class, 'lepending on which one you prefer, offers chances to learn everything about grammar, speech, composition, drama, journalism, or literature. "Deadline" is probably the most used word in the English teachers' vocabu- laries. Term papers, book reports, newspaper stories . . . they seem to be due right at the time there are so many other things to be done. But the expert staff in the department is patient and understanding, no matter how unimportant a deadline is, even procrasti- nators try to meet it. Miss Anderson Mr. Edgar Mrs. Harrity Mrs. Lane Miss Sifuentes Mr. Habla Ud. espanol? Parlez-vous francais? Dicis verba in latina? lf you do, then undoubtedly you have mastered the French, Spanish or Latin languages through our language pro- fessors. Each language, through its own particular way, will eventually broaden one's field of learning indefi- nitely. True, it's not easy to overcome some of those little tongue-twisters which you're confronted with in every lan- guage. But it's a thrill to be able to have a foreigner understand "his" language which you've so diligently mastered, Mrs. Ahern Mr, Bardacke Mr. Mrs. Cook Mr. Dewey Mr. Librarian Mrs. Matheny Mr. Roloff Mrs D Smuth i qv' qv-v Mrs. Schmidt Mrs. Hirsch Miss Heimberger if ev Mr. McClintic Mrs. Martinez Mrs. Reed Mr. Spencer Mr. Young Mr, Zunwalt ome waging Our superior homemak- ing department offers many opportunties to girls who are interested in the homemaking field. Their activities included many Iuncheons, teas, field trips, parties, and potluck suppers. Deserving senior girls were offered schol- arships to further their education and to gain more knowledge concern- ing the new and improved methods in the home eco- nomics field. Mr, Reed Mr. Baker Mr. Cordry . Miss Klerekoper The main purpose of the social studies department is to teach students to appreciate and to want to learn more about democracy. Courses in student government, United States history, world culture, social problems, civics, and audio-visual are offered to achieve this purpose. Students also receive experience in gov- ernment and develop a high standard of citizenship. cgncludfriaf .xdrfd The industrial arts program, which consists of classes in auto shop, wood shop, metal shop, and mechanical drow- ing, aids the males of Grossmont in broadening their practical education, in discovering vocational aptitudes, and in developing interesting hobbies. Mr, Hill Mr. Wenbourne Mr. Taylor Mr. Holk 12+ Miss Kollmyer Mr. Bazik Mr, Clark Mr. Davidson Mrs, Hall t4 ti Mr. Henry af elna lfif Mr. Olson The math department em- phasizes the need for accuracy, neatness and wise decisions. To these ends the math teach- ers have encouraged students to do their best to prepare themselves for this country's high standards. Mr Burnham Miss Collard Mr Halvorsen Mr. Heaton Mrs Kirk Mr. Kleinfelter Mrs. Petersen Mr. Shields Mr Watkins Mr. Lundquist Mrs. Mayfield Mrs. M, Smith -L T7 Mrs. Rollo Mr, Tompkins hh' nggak Soda! sS?bL6b26 Mass Stewart The English-Social Studies program provides an opportunity for fresh- men to obtain a firm foundation on which to build a high school ca- reer. Reading, writing, studying techniques, vo- cations, world geography, personality, and current events are taught in this program for our future upper classmen. Mrs. Finaile Mr. Daggs Mr. Van Note Mr. Carden Mr. Fielder Mrs. Donohue Mr. Minor Miss Atkinson Mr. Wilton Miss Curry Mr. Steele ubic Mr Lutz cience Science is one of the most rapidly developing fields in the world today, and the subjects offered in this department are therefore vital to the futures of many students. Our classes in chemistry, physics, health science, driver's education and military science are equipped with the latest facilities for learning. Who knows but what a future benefactor of man- kind is now learning his fun- damentals from one of our excellent teachers? Our very fine art department offers oppor- tunities in textiles, silver, enamel, oil painting, pottery, water colors, design, photography and weaving. The well-equipped classrooms pro- vide the student with valuable experiences in many fields of self-expression. Our music department de- votes many hours in rehearsals in order to present to the pub- lic inspiring and impressive programs. Under the direction of the expert music teachers, the choir, band, orchestra, glee groups and ensembles helped in making the year complete -music-wise. -as 1 Miss Hyde Aff Miss Lucero Mr. Parker gricu fare Out of our excellent Agriculture department came many honors. Ag students from Grossmont won con- tests, recognition, and confidence this year, for they were outstanding in every event in which they partici- pated. The agriculture program of- fered includes courses in animal husbandry, soil crops, horticulture, and farm management. Mr. Dyer Mr. Riches Mr Bosley ""-77 if QC' Mr Peterson . -L, C ommercza 'wif Former GHS. students, now secre- taries, clerical workers, court clerks, salesmen and bookkeepers, are products of Grossmont's successful Commercial Department. Under the able direction of our experienced staff of teachers, students receive excellent training in typing, shorthand, office practice, and bookkeeping. All the latest equipment, including electric typewriters, shorthand recording tapes dictated by experts, and calculating, adding, and dictating ma- Mrs. Jump Mr. Barkell Mr, Beck Mr. Cousineau ChiI'1eS, may be used. Miss Lamont Mrs, Kamminga Mrs. Pierce L Aiea! gclucafion e arfmenf if lf' The aims of the girls' physical education program include developing an interest in sports, utilizing all available facilities in teaching the individual to become a healthy, worthwhile citizen, encouraging individual initiative and responsibility, and teaching the individual activities which will encourage the worthy use of leisure time. Classes in dancing, badminton, tennis, team sports, tumbling, individual recreation, and Caperettes are offered to the girls. The boys' physical education department offers a variety of sports to the individual. Classes are instructed in football, baseball, basketball, tennis, track, cross country, horse- shoes, volleyball, soccer and other minor sports. The boys that are engaged in interscholastic competition quickly learn that it isn't the victory of a game or event that counts, it's how it is played. Miss Anderson Miss Arnold Miss Beekman T"7 Miss Creelman Miss Harker Mrs. Hansen Miss Rooke Mr, Head Mr. Mashin ,- wi Mr. Matern Mr. Otterson v ,ty 1-3. , Mr. Hancock IA inf' Nurse "Mom" Sherman Cafeteria Staff ii Wg! xx I. Q we syegnllg .NGJLLL5 We at Grossmont never stop to realize what is behind a successful school year, There are ever so many helping hands to make our school what it should be. Our nurse cares for the sick. The cafeteria staff prepares countless meals for hungry Foothillers. The custodians and groundsmen combine their efforts to keep our campus as nice looking as possible. The bus drivers drive thousands of students to and from school each day. "Mom" Sherman in the student exchange directs the purchases of many school articles, and Al Eller, traffic superintendent, can always be found waving a friendly greeting to those who choose to drive to school. Yes, many hands helped to make our school the best in the land. Mri Arnold Retired QL "lv if M 'V - '- ' - ' 'T i . V 1 gl , A -if 1:1 X.. V ? Wilt .. ' El' ,f , ii - f T ' Z 5- :Q K 'ff' f ...., f. 1 ' tfr ' A ' ' f 1 ' " E 'sf 1 - 2' 7 1 X g I ' , f ,xx I ' if T' ,. Q' ' -,,, Vw .- 1 .i,ii -V X Office Staff Mr, AI Eller Traffnc Superintendent ,gg ' 4 -vw "s.7 1 '-4 - . "gig-f ' Custodnarws Q'gQg"'tit Groundsmen . f , sv , ,A 4, 'X "A 4 :af . ' T 112 CLASSES ff zfcfiff JQJXWJ, fVxf'?N A ff i+f"f VV! xgfii ffff JR X ffl' '1- I J hurl- X mi tif l fb- Lx An , .51 . - V ff' C, S , .XX .1 ' 'P A, " Vx' . w Y .S 0 7 fm 9 , f by ,l ' , L gf 4 rx I K 'B ,Va ' 'Y X' if H ff , 1' 4 ' A S PA JA 'f . V . J A , . ' ii, 1 'f N fr I 0' K 'y' X V A 0 " A Y K -'v 5 ' ?' Xu! ,D 12 x ,ykp 1 I w . " 'A V' Xi 7 7 4 ' X ' S lf: ' A517 l ' .I-. Q S Ifpf' ' Q af Jr-,l 4 " I 'J x 1 'Wong , ,wwf ,ff . .I J,-, X N - S' Tgiligfv 1 Xxx Q-'S FQ.-ax S 'Q f. Y ,YY.x 7 If -1 ' -x 'L f 4 ' f' W . f . "f J' , J X 1 - J Z' A 2 1 1 - S uf J rt K' Ny, W vfn, ' ' 5 fly. :Hr 2,7 I , H W in x 'Xl -R::gq..k..:.-1 , ff ff R if f 2 P ' J N 1 ,..1 It 6 - -:-5 if-f.i4W ' Y 7 ' " H ' ' f 4- x .- 1 - V N. A 1,.,,..L W, 7314, 1 yAf'f. 'V I, , f 'f.,.'w- f 4 ,.,: Q ,QA g. . wi.,-f 1 U Nt' . X1 , af" it 5 . QA ., v- F'-5? . z-f"v.:'m V' wi A N '1 , f"ff"1 "IffY',.f '12 A f . , .,, -ffm, A ' fm- ,. ., A.. , mm, ' " '4 'Q Q , 1 5 . , age, 'f-W, w I W .MW 'ff-A .. f . ""'l..f -, J . 4 fx . 1-M. ,fn 1, . M3 .LL ,N,,- A . ' , " '4,-Q V ' .,, Y , v .V ' , 4 -.,, '. 1 MAURICE MONTGOMERY President DAVE CAMPBELL Veep PHYLLIS SHARP Secretary LINDA WILKAS Treasurer NANCY SEVICK Publicity DUANE BRAN DEN BURG Cultural Affairs SENIUR MR. BURNHAM MR. BARNETT Counselor MRS. MARTINEZ Advisor Advisor Mar' . 644-pufvvC45'C5 . LJ. H . S. ug-A iu1Qg,s.Q Ruby Small fMost Popularl Ruby has been selected as this year's most popular girl by her classmates. Her sparkling per- sonality and friendly "hello" have walked her right into many Grossmonters' hearts. Ruby, who has been active in many school functions, was our Homecoming Queen this year. "Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice"- that's Rubyl i "3 K ' Ck ,KVJ5 Joe D'HeiIIy fMost Popularl This year's most popular boy chosen by his classmates is Joe D'l-leilly. l-lis sincerity and quiet personality rate him tops with everyone. Joe was named the "Most Valuable Player" on the football team this year, His par- ticipation in athletics has won him both admiration and respect for his schoolmates. A great guy to know, That's Joel Qifiiwvfiflfw woe? E deff Don Cole COutstanding Athletel This senior has been rated tops this year in athletics. His outstanding work on the basket- ball team won praise from every spectator, and on the ball field he made a fine showing, Don will be remembered for his keen sense of good sportsmanship and his ability and interest in the Grossmont High sports program. sci pu Martha Tucker COutstanding Athletel "Marty," as she is referred to, has been selected for this honor because she is an outstanding girl in all types of girls' athletics. ln all the years she has attended Grossmont, her work in girls' sports brought her way out in front of others. She is a wonder- ful leader and a fine example for everyone. All of us are very proud of her! Barbara Barr CScholorshipl Borboro not only enjoys work- ing for the school but stoys ot the top of her closs os well. She hos eorned the title of the most outstonding girl scholor ot Gross- mont. lt is o difficult tosk to tcickle the job of Vice President of the ASB. ond still be oble to get the highest grodes possible in her closses. Borboro reolly worked hord during the yeors she spent ot Grossmont, In the future she certoinly should be rewarded for her ochievements. YW l .4 lv fs Q K 1 9 ix C 'lv NJ iilll 3 .ix Don Caporal CScholorshipJ Don hos eorned the title of the best boy scholor this Yeor. l-le is noted for his worm per- sonolity ond liked by oll the stu- dents ot Grossmont. Broins ond personolity combined in this boy ond, os o result, the formulo for his success is reveoled. With such o fine post behind him, Don should hove o confident outlook into the future. Mary Lou Comstock CBank of America Awardl Mary Lou did a wonderful job in the field of Vocational Art, and because of this she became a winner of a Bank of America Award. ln this field Mary Lou holds a very bright future be- cause of vocational opportuni- ties. l-ler efficiency and intelli- gence will help her in whatever she decides to undertake, and her quiet disposition should help her make and keep new associ- ates in her business field and social activities. Ellen Whitmore fBank of America Award? Ellen has won this year's Bank of America Award in the field of Liberal Arts. This outstanding girl whose charm and efficiency will take her far, has been very active in school functions throughout the years she has been at Grossmont. This year she took care of one of the stu- dent body's hardest jobs . . . the job of commissioner of cultural affairs. Ellen not only partici- pated in student affairs, but was a welcome addition to several clubs on campus including C.S.F., in which she served as president. Karl Knapp fBank of America Awardl Karl, outstanding in the field of math and science, won the Bank of America Award in these fields. His determination and diligent work placed him at the top of his class. Karl, a person who not only works hard but keeps up a variety of activities in school, represents an ideal stu- dent and a fine citizen. The future surely holds a full and happy life for a person of such promise! 'af' - s. gm! l Norma Reiss CBank of America Awardl Norma won a Bank of Amer- ica Award in the field of Fine Arts. l-ler lovely voice has al- ready taken her a long way, and it should take her still farther in the future. Norma, who sings in Grossmont's Les Belles Trio, the Red Robe Choir, and often makes other personal appearances, has a versatile singing style and a sparkling personality. ABBOTT, MADELYN FAY Teachers who say, "It's in your book" don't seem to please Madelyn very much. Food-period! is her favorite dish. This little gal attended Kearny High until the llth when she transferred to the trophy-winnin' school - GHS. "Mad's" ambition is to be a C,P.A, after attending some college. Y-Teens 4 , . . Hori- zon Club 4 . . , had her as a member. AGGSON, JOHN C. This fine guy was an enjoy- able member of Grossmont's A,S.B. for four wonderful years. Johnny, along with many other '55 grads, will be a student at State College. While not busy eating frog legs, he had time for Grossmont Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 .,,andJokers3,4... ALEXANDER, MARIE DAWN Kind and considerate are well chosen adjectives which describe Marie perfectly. Help- ing others, drawing, and sew- ing are relaxing to her. She enioys hamburgs and french fries. After graduating, she will go to Business College or Vocational School. AMES, JAMES EUGENE Jim will be of service to his country if his ambition is ful- filled. He hopes to join the Air Force. This four-year Gross- monter and his car get along together fine. ln fact, his pet pastime is tinkering with his car. ln his four years here he participated in ldlers and other activities, ANDERSON, LEIGH GORDON Leigh has many hopeful am- bitions in life. He may be a scientist, physicist, or a geolo- gist . . . He really enjoyed playing chess, table-tennis, and reading. This four-year type Foothiller was an enjoyable member of C.S.F, 2, 3, 4 . , . Hi-Y 3, 4 . . . Math Club 2, 3 . . . Knights 4 . . . Cross Coun- rry 3, 4 . . . Sr, Scholarship Comm ,.., Daisy Chain . . . Jr. State-smen 3. ANTOSY, SANDRA JEAN Hoover's loss was Gross- mont's gain when Sandy de- cided to go to GHS in her jun- nior year. Before Hoover, she attended the school of the green and grey. After gradua- tion Sandy hopes to enter Beau- tician School where she'lI study to become a hair stylist. At the various schools and GHS, she was in Pom Pon Corps 2 . . , Roller Skating Club 2 . . . Choir . . . Election Board 3, 4 . . . Sr. Privilege Comm. D -or ADAMS, DAWN JANETTE MARIE Dawn is a future student of Redlands University. Her wishes are to become either an interior decorator or a teacher Dawn was active in mucho things including Y-Teens 3, 4 . . . ASB. Play 3, 4. . . Sr. Class Play . . . Pageant 3, 4 . , , Artizans treasurer 3, 4 . . . A.S.B. Poster Comm. 3 . . . ASB, Dance Comm. 4 . . . G.A.A. 4 . . . Girls League Health Comm. 4 . , . Pep Push- ers 4 . . . ls a four-year Foot- hiller. ALBAN, SHARON YVONNE Sharon was one of our dar- ling, peppy songleaders this year. She made many friends in her two years at GHS, Pre- vious to attending Grossmont, interior decorator or a teacher, . . . and Jokers 3, 4. Sharon was a Highlander. Pom Pon2 . . . Pep Pushers 3, 4 . . , Sr. Privilege Comm . . . Duch- esses 4 . . . Songleader 4 , . . were Sharon's activities. ALMGREN, ROBERT EDWARD 'A successful businessman he will be' is Bob's greatest wish. He has added glory to our football team. He was ac- tive in Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 , , . Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V. Football I . , . GHS Hi-Y 2 . . . treasurer 3 . . . veep 4. ANDERSON, CAROL LOUISE Carol or "Andrew," as she is sometimes called, is a future Aztec rooter. After getting that diploma tucked safely in her palm, she will enter State College. Carol has plans to be- come an elementary teacher. Carol came to us in the l0th from Kearny. Since coming to the Foothiller school, she has been in Mamselles 3, 4 . . . Choir 2, 3, 4 , . . treasurer 4 . . . Girls League Comm, 4 , . . Y-Teens 2, 3 . . , Election Board 4 . . , Spring Concert 2, 3, 4 . . . Extravaganza 2 . . . Mixed Quartet 4. ANTHONY, DAVID BIRGE "To go into agriculture in foreign lands" is Dave's fond- est desire. We're sure it will be an interesting career . , , After graduation, he will enter Davis College. La Jolla High sent us this guy in his junior year. Dave was a very active member of F.F,A. 3, 4 . . . Boys' Glee 3, 4 . . . and Red Robe Choir in his two years here. ASKEY, CAROL ANN This friendly girl's pet pas- time is meeting people. She will continue meeting loads of people if her ambition is ful- filled. She wants to be a psy- chiatrist. Carol is another one of those irnports from Buffalo, New York. In her three years at Grossmont she participated in Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 . . . Elec- tion Board 4 . . . Jr, Statesmen 4 , . . Pageant 3, 4 . , . Carol hopes to attend two colleges- State College, then U.C.L.A. ASKEY, JOAN NANCY This girl has quite an ambi- tion. She wants to get married and rarse a family in a couple of years' Nancy or "Blondie" sh s often called also came us from Buffalo New York th lOth grade Nancy was 1 m mber of Stardusters 2 lf n ing and lst ning to ur r nt records and Bud are her favorite pastimes AUSTIN VIRGINIA R Stanford University is where Mrgrnias headed wrth the t ntion of doing as well as sh dad at Grossmont Sh has a burning ambition to be a doc o During her four years h re Virginia was active in Jr 'tatcsmen 3 4 Pageant 3 Y Teens 3 Girls League Com'n l 2 3 Servic Comm Head 3 B Play Electron Board 3 4 Ticket squad BAILEY ROGER I Rog r has his heart set on being a radro engineer His pet pastime naturally is amateur radio plus the necessary sleep ing and eatin A loyal oot hill r his favorite hues are of course blue and gold Roger w s Boys Glee l Amat ur Radio Club 4 e Robe Choir 3 4 NCO Club 3 BARCLAY RUTH ELLEN this as a swatch' One of the women s s rvices may get this gal for a hitch after she grad uates Boys who wear thenr pants at half mast is her pet peeve Dancing and listenlng to re ords take up her spare time outside of school e is a four year Grossmonter BARR BARBARA JOAN Activrties she has participat in are YTeens l prexy 3 F and l Electron Board 2 3 4 P eant 2 3 4 Moon sweepers 3 4 Pep Pushers Marston Confer e l-lux Mix Conventuon l 2 Student Council 3 4 Prom Decoration Comm 3 head 3 Sr Sweater Comm 3 Girls State Rep Dausy Chain 3 Class Veep 3 A S B Veep BAXTER BILLIE MAE Student Council l 2 Dr ss Regulatron Comm l ir s League l Frosh uncll Pom Pon Corps Ma'nsell s 3 4 EI tion Board 4 Y Teens Pep Pushers 4 wer enloyed tremendously by this well liked gal Spaghetti izza and o Bulne loves. Just Plain i I - bition is to be a good wife. il' ATWELL, BARBARA R. This cute gal has only been with us since November, '54, but during that time we've en toyed her company "Barbi" came to GHS from John Muir Hugh in Pasadena May at tend college at Cal at Berkeley Loves tacos AVITABLE RALPH This ex Hrghlander was thrilled to be able to attend Grossmont n hrs gunior and senior years When asked what his pet peeve is he replied that he hadnt one and liked things lust the way they are State College or Cal Poly is where Ralph wants to be where hell study to be a mechanical eng: neer He parttcipated rn Dukes BALLANTYNE GAIL AUDREY A college education would be fine according to Gail after completing high school t Grossmont Her ambition rs un decided Gail tremendously en toyed her four years at the Foothuller school Concerning that interesting work Food she loves tacos During her term here Gall was a mem r of Artlzans 3 Y Teens 3 4 BARKDULL CHLOE DIANE Chloe hopes to enter nurses trainrng after graduation She always has a gay time when she goes swimmrng She lust loves to listen to records This four year Gertie participated in Mamselles 3 4 GAA 3 Extravaganza 2 Girls League Pub Comm 4 chanrman 4 Soph Dance Comm 2 Pep Pushers 2 Pom Pon Corps 2 3 Election Board 3 4 BARRON VIRGINIA LYNN Jenny us another ta y bound gal She hopes to go to y d fund precious ta ian lmalel Przza tacos swimming loaflng and listen in to her platters all rate high enny s n e She had fun in Student Council l 4 Girls League Good Groom ing Comm 4 Koaselles 4 Pep Pushers 3 4 Y Teens 3 4 She will be a student at Brigham Young University in Utah BEALE FRANK L Girls working on electron ics and more girls are Franks best laked pastimes l-le has been here since his freshman days Franks ambitious ambr tron is to get a ham ticket And people who make pokes about Crosleys are not his friends Frank hopes to attend State College He was a mem ber of Grossmonts Amateur Radio Club , . . 'P BEEBE RONALD R Seruous munded R O n n u e has hugh hopes of becomung a handsomefrl dashung mulluon aure Furst though he us goung to college anyone where I can sneak says he hus sly one s pet peeves are people who don t tell hum thungs Hus best luked colors are red green and blue Iquute versatulel Ron had a hularuous tume Jokers 4 Marchung Band Boys Glee I BENSE DOROTHY JEAN A housewufe and a book keeper wull be Dot s professuon after she graduates Junuor Col lege us where she us headed Dot takes a fancy to puzza and some other foreugn foods Dancung and llstenung to popu lar musuc also rate hugh on her lust of lukes She came straught to Grossmont from El Cauon un her frosh year Dot partucupated the followung actuvutues C our 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 Grossmont Tumblers 2 BENTLEY EVELYN MEDORA Outsude actuvutues g a l o r e Such as swummung roller skat ung horseback rudung dancung football games all surround Evelyn Thus quuet and bashful gurl plans to attend beauty school upon leavung GHS To be euther a beautucuan or a wautress us her ambutlon She was un Stardusters BIHLMAYER RICHARD RAY Duc wull be a student at State College after he leaves hus alma mater IGrossmontl where he enuoyed many fune actuvutues and sports uncludung Baseball I Varsuty Track Cross Country 2 3 4 Duck apparently wants to get the most out of lufe as he hopes to llve to be at least a hundred BLACKFORD ALAN LYNN In hus hugh school career Alan attended three schools Pershung Hugh un Texas and Warren Central un lnduana and Grossmont He arruved here un the last of the th grade Alan us goung to college but us undecuded as to where He was a member of one of GHSS honorary socuetues F BODINE MARILYN LOUISE St Muchaels sent us thus cute cut up to us un her frosh year Esther an aurlune hostess' or a dental assustant's career wull satusfy "Bo" after graduatuon and a college educatuon at State "Bo" was actuve un many actuvutues uncludung Foot hull Echoes 3, 4 Photo graphy ed 4 Student Councul 3, 4 Pan Am 2, 3 veep 3 Quull 8- Scroll 4 Pom Pon Corps 3, 4 Torchettes 2 prexy 3 treasurer 4 Duchesses 4 Q sf BELL JOAN ELIZABETH ISMITHI Jonu s ambutuon us to con tunue beunfu a successful and good housewufe for Vergul Pom Pon Corps 2 and Red Robe C our 3 4 receuved an actuve member when she uoun d The teenagers favorute pizza and shrump are Jonu s favorute dushes Went to GHS all four years BENTER HARRY ROBERT Harry wull be a freshman at State College next fall Then he wull transfer to Pomona Col lege At the Foothuller school he was noted as one of GHS s great cheerleaders Harry wull euther become a car dealer or a doctor He was a member of Knughts 3 4 un addutuon to beung a cheerleader 4 BETZ PATRICIA Pats pastume us goung any where but home She actuvated tumblung team 2 Pom Pon Corps 3 4 Pep Pushers 3 Y Teens 2 3 4 Blade 8- Edge 2 3 Horu zon Club 3 Kaoselles 3 president 4 Student C uncul 2 3 4 Marston Conference 3 4 Gurls League Soc Comm 4 Pageant 3 Electuon Board After Game D a n c e Comm 4 BIRDWELL JEAN Chula Vusta Hugh students had Jeannue as theur classmate untul she transferred to GHS E I' 3 O T 9 grade Frued tators and steak make a fune meal for her To be happy un the future us her ambutuon Wrutung letters and readung are among her favorute pastumes BLACKINGTON LYLE WILLARD ye ardy he lovungly called has an odd but unterestung ambutuon wull probably be the only ex Foothuller that us a pupe organ technucuan Lyle played he Tuba un Grossmonts Blue S- Band l Concert Band 2 3 4 Chrustmas Pageant 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Sprung Con rt 2 Extravaganza BOGEN, BEVERLY ANN "To have fun" seems to be the motto of Bev who tremend ously enuoyed her four years at GHS She wull enter JC or vocatuonal school after receuv ung that mughty umportant dup loma Bev has hopes of get tung a uob She says her pet peeves are boys' BOSTROM DOROTHY ROBERTA Bo bue h a cute t true pet peeve She uust cant stand druvers who thunk teen agers cant druve Semunary Knolls ollege us where shes headed after graduatuon She would luke to be a teacher At GHS she was un Y Teens I eant I 2 3 Chour Pep Pushers 2 3 En emble I BOYD BERNARD LEROY Sonny must be a hot chulu pepper by now after eatung all that M xucan hot food whuch he loves so much Hus favorute color us red Sonny entered t roothuller S hool freshman He was a member of our Baseball team After re ce vung hus duploma he hopes to go unto the forestry servuce BRADY WILLIAM B Dukes 4 F Blade 51 Edge I 2 Tennus Band I all enuoyed Bull as a frne member For now wll settle for goung partues and workung on cars Later on though he wull enter e Unuversuty of Calf study to become a dentust Thus gay ole handsome blade great fruend to everyone Another four year GHSer BRANDENBURG DUANE MURIEL Duane was a enuoyable member of many clubs and she partucupated un actuvutues galore Dausy Chaun 3 Sr Class Commussuoner of Cul tural Affaurs Sr Play 4 Duchesses 3 Grand Duchess Flag Corps 2 3 lueut 4 Electuon Board 3 F Mar stcn Conference I 3 4 eerus I 2 veep 2 Ba e 8. Edge I 2 Sr Dance Comm Student ouncul I Gurls League 4 BRIEL LAWRENCE EDWARD Foothull Managers Club prevy 3 Inter Club Councul Foothull Echoes Staff 3 Durector of Managers Club March of Dumes Shows occupued most of Larrys free tume rn hus four year term at Grossmont Hugh Show busuness fascunated hum He would luke to enter unto some fueld of ut after grad uatuon and Junuor College The March of Dumes Organuzatuon benefutted greatly from Larrys hep BRITT MARGUERIET BARTHETUS nurses reer wull suu Margueruet fune after graduat ung from San Duego State where sh wull enter nurses traunung Sh was a fune member of our ue8-GoldBnd I 2 and Rolluckung Romans 4 She lukes baked ham and the Foothuller schools colors blue and gold Lustenung to the raduo occupues her spare tume BOWLING LOIS JEANNE Pe Pushers 2 3 4 Pom Pon Corps 4 Student Councul 2 Electuon Board Publucuty 4 G A A Y Teens 4 Pan Am 2 All had Jeannue as an excellent member She us well Iuked by her classmates Her maun ambutuon un lufe us to have a beautuful June weddung and we bet shell have one soon Chunese food and danc ung are great favorutes of thus ute gal BRADSHAW JOYCE SYLVIA Joyce has her future planned as a dental assustant after grad uatung furst from GHS and then from Dental College un San Francusco Joyce has been here sunce her freshman days durung whuch tume she partucu pated un Alpune Tru Hu Y I 2 vuce presudent 3 Pep Pushers 2 Blade 8- Ed e 2 3 Enuoys frued shrump BRANDELL JANICE MARIE Jan was a Grossmont Homemakung mauor un her four years here She has much fun when lustenung to western and uazz musuc and also when horseback rudung Jan may go to J C to study to become a haurdresser To be an excel lent homemaker us her fondest ambutuon un lufe Was un Y FC 4 Loves puzza and tacos BREWER ARTHUR LEE Lee us well on hus way to ful fullung hus ultumate ambutuon He us one of three Company Commanders of the Calufornua Cadet Corps daho K hopes to become a navy offucer Rught now hus favorute pastume us datung gurls and dancung Pocatello Hugh School un Idaho sent us Lee un hus sophomore year Wull attend San Duego State BRISENDINE MARY L T s luttle gal who us fu d wuth sweetness uust arruved last school term Prevuously she had attended Kearny Hugh sunce the seventh grade A Kearny she partucupated un the Spanssh Club Horuzon Club Kearny Chour small Chour Jr actuvutues Here she was un Y Teens 4 BRUCE NANCIE JEAN Rosary Hugh s great loss was our gaun when Nancue trans ferred to Grossmont un her senuor year Thus luttle gal can talk your head off' Nancue has a cute pet peeve Football players who reluve the game three weeks after uts over She partucupated un Mamselles 4 BRUNNER, GRANT L. The outdoor sports life agrees with Grant, This fine guy's perfect day could consist of swimming, hunting, and fishing, He hopes to carry this gay life into his career as he hopes to become a forest ranger up north. Grant may also be an architect. Busy guy! He seems, somehow, to have a strong liking for oysters, ln his fun-filled four years at Grossmont, Grant had time for Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 . . , BUCKEL, DONALD LEE Don was one of the more active members of Future Farmers of America. He was in the organization-F.F.A. l, 2, 3 and was prexy 4 . , , He hopes to go into the dairy busi- ness upon graduation. This four-year Foothiller's pet pas- times are swimming and play- ing miniature golf. Don's favorite food is shrimp . . . BUHR, NANCY ANNE Nancy has a burning ambi- tion to be an airline stewardess or a secretary. She is a popu- lar friend of many Grossmont- ers and an enjoyable member of the class of '55. Being with Dave rates as her favorite pas- time. ln her four years at GHS Nancy participated in Pom Pon Corps 2 . . . Pageant 2 . . . Y-Teens 2, 3 . . . Student Council 2, 3 . . . Pep Pushers 2, 3, 4 . . . Charter member of Mamselles , . . treasurer 3, 4...PromComm.3... Election Board 4 . . . CAMPBELL, DAVID G. "Dave" , . , ls known the world over for his Primordial Productions such as the ever- popular "Fate's Aristocracyf' Spanish Conversation 2, 3, 4 . . . prexy 4 . . . Jr. States- men3,4...veep4... Math Club 2 . , , treasurer 3 . . . A.S.B, Play 4 . . . Sr. Class Veep . . . Marston Con- ference 3, 4 . . . Asst. Comm. of Pub. 4 . . . were his activi- ties. CAMPBELL, SYLVIA RAE This lover of dancing, swim- ming, and picnics came to us from Kearny in the ninth grade and was in Duchesses 3, 4 . . . Pom Pon Corps 2 . . . Cheer- leader 3 . . , and Songleader 4 . . , Sylvia would like to go to college for a few years and then marry a fine guy named "Bob" Sylvia is one of our prettiest Gerties at GHS. CAPORAL, DONALD FLOYD Don enjoyed Letterman's Club 3, 4 . . . Varsity football 3,4.,.Trackl,2,3,4... voted most valuable 3 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . . C,S.F. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pastefasule ian Italian dishl cops honors from Don as his favorite food. Don's dream is to become an excellent money-making engineer, after attending college. "People who harp about the good old days," says Don, are his pet peeves . . . BRUST, PEGGY RAZELL Peggy has her future plan- ned as a private secretary. Vocational School in San Diego will have Peggy as a student after she graduates from GHS. Before coming here in the eleventh grade, she attended schools in San Diego and Es- condido. Peggy loves to listen to all the hit records, dancing, and skating. Stardusters was enjoyed by her , . . BURBANK, JEANNETTE ANNA iBUHLl A happy marriage is in sight for Jeannette and a special someone. Her ambition is to go into some phase of business after attending Business Col- lege, possibly. She likes shrimp and fried chicken cooked by her "favorite cook." Roller Skating Club l . . , Blade 81 Edge 2, 3 . . . Girls' Glee 2 . . , Girls' Ensemble 2 . . . Red Robe Choir 3 . . . Ex- travaganza 2 , . . CONRAD, MIRIAM LE ANN lBUTLERl Miriam supplied most of the beautiful organ music in many assemblies. During her four years at GHS she was the ac- companist for the Red Robe Choir l, 2, 3, 4 . , . Glee Club l . . . accompanist l . . . Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Inter- club Council 4 . . . Pageant soloist l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Nomi- nating Con, l , , . Extrava- ganza l . . . C.S.F. l . . . Assembly Comm, 2 . . . CAMPBELL, SYLVIA RAE When this gal laughs, every- one laughs with her. Brigham Young University is where "Sil- ver" hopes to be next semes- ter. She plans to be a secre- tary. Dull moments don't exist around her . . . life o' the party type . . , Her favorite pastimes are none other than boys. "Silver" had fun in Y- Teens 4 . . . CAMPBELL, THERESA ROSE This cute little ball of dyna- mite says she's going to college with the intention to major in MAN and to minor in Psycho- logy. She will attend S.D.S.C. zinl later finish her education at U.C.L.A, Terry has a wierd craving for raw hamburger! She had fun in Orchestra l, 2, 3,4...LatinClubl,2,.. Artizans 4 . . . Pageant l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Attended GHS all four years . . . CARLTON, MILDRED RUTHE Reading and sports intrigue Ruthe. Pasadena College is where she is headed with the intention of majoring in music and a commercial course. To be a secretary and to get mar- ried is her fondest ambition in life. , . CASNER, EARL WILLIAM Anything to do with music, talking, and driving will satisfy Earl for a favorite pastime. "Smiley," as he is sometimes called, would like to study to become a teacher at S.D.S.C. in the near future. Earl's gripe is against those "bad, bads." He was in Band 2, 3,4 . . . Red Robe Choir 4 , . , ASB. Play 2 . . , CHAPMAN, GEORGE WILLIAM George must like the out- doors because he would like to be a forest ranger after finish- ing his four year "term" at GHS. A spaghetti and pizza man, George says his pet peeve is school . , . CHEROMIAH, JANICE MARIE Point Loma High lost a fine gal when Jan came to Gross' mont this school term. At Point Loma, she was active in G.A.A. l . . . Y-Teens 2 . . . Reckless Rollers 3 , . , Frosh Council , . . Jan has a burning ambition to be a teacher. Next year will probably see her on the State College campus studying furiously. CHRISTIAN, PATRICIA ANN iKEITHl Pat had an unusually happy Xmas this year. She got her- self a hubby! She will take a business course at Jr. College if her wish comes true. Pat's pet peeves are people who don't finish what they start to say..,G.A,A.3,4... Y.F,C, 2, 3, 4 . . . had Pat as a member . . . CHRISTY, CHARLES ANTHONY "Tony" has an unusual pet peeve. lt's people who wave to him while he's hitchikingl He has a quite ambitious ambition. "Tony" hopes someday to be a "loaded" engineer. This restful-looking fellow is fond of the color "restful green." CLEVELAND, GRANT DOUGLAS Skin diving, a popular sport which has caught on at GHS is one of Grant's favorite activi- ties. Working on his car also rates tops. This four-year Foothiller's main ambition in life is to make wads 'n' wads of "green stuff." He may at- tend State College next all , . . CHANDLER, LAVONNE MARY Lavonne attended schools galore before coming to GHS, She attended schools in Hawaii, Corpus Christi, to mention a few. At the various schools she was in Latin Club . . . Archery Club . . . and C.S.F. 4 . . . lat Grossmont? . , . An- nual Staff , . . Cute, petite Lavonne has an interesting am- bition. She hopes to become a linguist. U.C.L.A. is her next destination after graduation. CHERNUS, PATRICIA LEE Art class has always been a favorite of Pat who is an ex- cellent artist. Pat will enter San Diego State next fall. The following year she will be on the Art lnstitute's campus in L.A. San Pedro High and Ban- ning High had this cute gal as a student before she trans- ferred here . . , l-lasn't decided on a definite career , . . CHILDRESS, PATRICIA MAE lSAMUELl "To make Sonny happy for- ever" is Pat's ambition, who is a devoted wife. She was in Pom Pon Corps 2, 3 . . . Y- Teens 2 , . . Foothill Echoes Staff 3, 4 . . . Pep Pushers 2, 3, 4 . . . Decoration Comm. 3 . . . Mamselles . . . charter member . . . sergeant-at-arms 3 . . . historian 4 . . . Pat says her pet peeves are people who wear sweaters on hot, sultry days! CHRISTIANSEN, LARRY L. C.S.F. I, 2, 4 . , , Artizans 4 , . . ldlers 4 . . , Math Club 4 . . . Sr. Gift Comm, . .. Primordial Productions 4 . . . film producer . . . Amateur Radio Club 4 . . . all had Larry as an excellent member. A n electronics technician's career would suit him fine after he attends State College for two years . . . His favorite hobby is amateur radio , . . CLARK, NORMA CLEONE This girl has her future plans mapped out. Upon gradu- ation, she plans to do secrea tarial work. Norma is a true Foothiller hav i ng attended Grossmont all four years. Be- lieve it or not, shrimp and a hot fudge sundae is her favor- ite food combination. She participated in Alpine Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3, 4 . . . CLINE, JO ANN "Jolly" could very well be Jo Ann's second name. She came to us from Waukegan High in lllinois at the end of her sophomore year. Jo Ann's ambition will probably be ful- filled to her heart's content. She wants to be a nurse. Blade 8. Edge . . . Y.F.C. 4 , . . were her activities . . . COCKERILL, ELSIE JUNE This gal is quite a traveler who attended many schools all over the United States. Elsie came to Grossmont from Rosary High. "Shortie" just lives for pizza, Was in Y-Teens 3, 4 ,..F.B.L.A. 3, 4 . . , To be a telephone operator and get married is her ambition after having that diploma tucked in her palm . . . COLLINE, MARY LOUISE Mary Lou's list of high schools and the years attended go something like this-GHS, lOth grade, Sweetwater High, llthg and Grossmont again in the l2th. She hopes to attend a Salvation Army Training School in San Francisco with the hope of becoming an officer and a missionary in the Salva- tion Army after graduation. Mary Lou was in Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4. CONARD, LOIS MAE This import from Washing- ton arrived at Grossmont in her sophomore year. Lois, who likes to help others, hopes that her ambition to teach mental deficient children will be ful- filled. After leaving Grossmont, Lois will enter Bible School at Simpson Bible Institute in Washington. She was a wel- come and active member of Y.F.C.2...sec.3,4... COOK, CRAIG CARLTON Craig was a math major at the Foothillers' school. Craig enjoyed being a football train- er 2 . . , and being on Sr. Scholarship Comm .... He can often be found at the Pizza House or at a show. University of California at Berkeley is Craig's next stop where he'll take an engineering course . . . He could eat and eat thick T-bone steaks . . . COOLEY, ROBERT JAMES Everybody's "favorite," the one and only "Pinky" seems to be Bob's pet peeve. Bob, who is another four-year Foot- hiller, hopes to become a sur- veyor, but in the meantime will settle for working on cars. Bob, or "Spade," participated in ldlers 3, 4 . . . Cross Coun- try 3 . . . Student Council 3 ...Track2... l COOPER, FREDERICK LEWIS Still a newcomer to Gross- ont is Fred who had attended arny Sr. High School until this year. Fred's great ambition is to be either a jet pilot or a singer. Spaghetti and meat balls, eating and sleeping, all seem to agree fine with him . . . COLE, DONALD RAY Don's ambition to be a pro- baseball player will certainly be fulfilled if he keeps up his pre- sent pace. The Navy or Okla- homa University will cop Don after he graduates. Don was a stupendous great, etc. mem- ber of our wonderful football team l . . . Grossmont Hi-Y l, 2 . . . Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 3, 4 . . . Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 , . , ln Basketball, he racked up many points for the Blue 81 Gold . . . COMSTOCK, MARYLOU Marylou has an interesting life ahead of her. She wants to be a psychiatrist, U.C.L.A. is where she'll be studying next fall to fulfill her ambition . . . Band 2, 3 . . . Latin Club 2 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . . Sr. Y-Teens 4 . . . Jr. Statesman 4,..Blade8iEdge... C.S.F. 2, 3 . . . were her activities . . . CONNOLLY, JUDITH AYLEEN Highland College in Pasa- dena is where Judy is destined to go, where she will major in Social Sciences. Judy came to Grossmont from Chula Vista two years ago. Horseback rid- ing and pumpkin pie agree with her. Judy participated in Alpine Tri-Hi-Y 4 . . . Y.F.C, 4 . . . Ticket squad 4 . . . and was a helpful library assistant 3, 4 . . . Wants to become a kindergarten teacher . . . COOK, GAIL Gail or "Cookie" as she's affectionately called, is a kind and considerate person. She just loves working with mental- ly deficient children. Gail, who has gone to GHS all four years, says her favorite food specialty is tacos, tacos, tacos! Her ulti- mate ambition is to be a mis- sionary after finishing her col- lege education at Simpson Bible Institute. Gail was in Y,F.C. l, 2, 3, 4... COOPER, CAROLYN This cutie has stirred up a lot of dust around G.H.S. Duchesses 3, 4 . . . Songleader 4...DanceComm. l,2... Prom Comm. 3 . . . Sr, Dance Comm .... Pom Pon Corps 2, 3..,Y-Teensl,2... Marston Conference 3, 4 . . . Annual Staff 3, 4 . . . Pageant l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Girls' League Social Comm. 4 . . . Pep Push- ers 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Coun- cil l, 3, 4 , . . made up "Lyn's" list of activities . . . COOPER, MARILYN "Little Coop" was in Student Council l . . , Frosh Activities l...Y-Teens l, 2 . . . Pag- eant 2, 3, 4 . . . Pom Pon Corps 2, 3 . . . Jr. Ring Comm. 2 . . .G.A.A. 3. .. Daisv Chain 3 . . . Prom Comm. 3 . . . Commissioners Asst. 3 . . . Marston Conference 3, 4 . . . Election Board 3, 4 . . . Duchesses 4 . . . Advisory Board 4 . . . A.S.B. Chief Jus- tice 4 . . . After Dance Comm. 4 . . . Pep Pushers, 2, 3, 4... Plans to be a commercial artist CORNET HELEN ELAINE Helen was one of our out standing homemakung gurls thus year She makes her clothes and uewelry and she also helped make most of the costumes for th ASB play She hopes to attend SDSC and major homemakung naturally Horu zon Club 4 had thus gal as a member Wants to be a homemakung teacher COWAN MARGIE DOROTHY Pizza n pepsi makes a fine meal anyday O the year for M rgue Thus 1 lly gurls uuon to get Babe er carl to work right Woodrow Wilson Jr High sent us Mar gue un the tenth grade Margue was busy un YTeens 2 treasurer 3 prexy 4 Margie s main goal un lufe us to marry Donnie after workung for awhule CRAWFORD JESSIE Jessie along wuth many other Foothullers has attended the Foothuller school for eught semesters and has enjoyed every but of ut CREGO SANDRA ANN Known t ll Sandy this girl is destined to be either a secretary or a housewifet She came to Grossmont from Kearny High and in her two years here has been in Blade 8- Edge , , , Horizon Club 3 . . . treas- urer 4. ,.Y-Teens 4 , .. Sandy enjoys food especially tacos and pizza. CUM THOMAS M. C only called Tommy he as contribut a lot to our B e 8- Gold Ba d, Tommy w s ' Band l V . . . - chestra l, 2 . . . St dent Council 2 . . . ighfs . , . . ttor y Gen- era . a nt v' r ard 3 . , . PSD Band , . , rom Comm. 3 . A Shor 4 . . His plans or th t go o ,C.l.A .., CUPP, LYNN Lynn, whose many hobbies range from motorcycles to cows, plans someday to be a veterinarian, Lynn was active in Letterman's Club 2 , . . veep 3 , . , secy. 4 . . . Var- sity Football 2, 3, 4 . TVBCR 3,4,.. 'cr-f xu, A COTA CELIA A true Foothuller us Celia having attended Grossmont all four years Broadway Beauty School un San Diego us her des tunatuon We are sure that h r career as a beautucuan will be quute successful Thruves on good ole tacos Celia participated un Pan Am 2 and Y Teens 4 CRAMER MARY JEAN Jeanie wull be a student at Stephens College for two years Then she wull funush her college education at USC When not busy having mucho fun Jeanie participated un Y ens l 2 Pageant 2 Girls League Reg Comm 2 3 prexy 4 Prom Comm 3 Moon sweepers 2 3 4 ep Pushers 3 4 Inter club Council 4 Sr Banouet 8. Dance Comm Electuon B ard 2 3 4 A S B Sec Asst 4 CREAMER ROY W This dashing senor enuoyed actuvutues including sports especially Track 2 3 4 football 4 un his four years at the school of champions Roys ambutuon us a common one He hopes to funush school People who drive slow seem to bother hum Roy will enter State College un the fall CRIST GLENN WILLIAM Glenna as he prefers to be called has the look of a jolly guy in his eyes. He was sent to us from La Jolla High last year. Glenna isnt intend' ing to go to college but to sing in the Choir and Boys Glee . . . CUNYUS OUIDA E. After finishing her four years at GHS State in San Diego will cop this little but mighty gal. Ouida has high hopes of be- coming a dental assistant. For enjoyment she has fun going ho seback riding. Later on she will have fond memories f having been a part of such or- ganizations as Grossmont s Con- cert Band 4 . , . and Girls G ee l, 2 . . . CURLEY, WILLEEN P. Student Council l . . , Band 3 4 , . Orchestra 3 , . . were some activities that "Willie" engoyed in her four years at GHS. After leaving Grossmont in June, she will go into sec- retarial works Her future will include marriage, Her pet peeve is to be called "William" or "Bill" CURRIER, JACK R. San Diego High lost a good all-around athlete when Jack came to Grossmont in the sec- ond semester of his sophomore year. Jack was outstanding in Track 3, 4 . . . Cross Country 3, 4 . . , Letterman's Club 4 . . . Basketball l, 2 . . . The good ole American's favorite, pizza, rates tops with him. SDSC is where Jack's headed where he'll study to be an en- gineer . . . DALY, ARLENE This gal knows of a dark, secluded place. Arlene has caused quite a riot since she came to us from Santa Ana in her junior year. She was active in many activities including Y- Teens 3 . . . historian 4 , . . Foothill Echoes Feature Editor 4 . . . Sr. Shorts editor 4 . . . Annual Staff 4 . . . G.A.A. 3, 4...C.S,F,4...Quill8i Scroll 4 . , . Election Board 4 . . . Girls League Publicity Comm. 4 . . . Pageant 3, 4 ...Artizans 4... DEARTH, HAROLYN ANNE Horseback riding, swimming, and trying to play tennis are Harolyn's pet pastimes. ln September, she will head for the land of sand where she will attend Arizona State College. This girl participated in Y- Teens l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Blade 8- Edge l . . . Election Board 4 . . . Girls League Comm. l , . . DEWHURST, RICHARD MILES Dick's day begins after school. He likes working on cars, swimming, horseback rid- ing, and dancing. This versa- tile young man will attend Junior College for a few years, then State College where he hopes to graduate. His ambition is undecided. Steak and tacos rate high on his list. Was ac- tive in ldlers , , . Blade 8- Edge . . . Student Council . . . DILLOW, MARLENE V. Another Grossmont import is "Dilly" who came to us from West Virginia in the llth grade. Music seems to be quite interesting to "Dilly" as her list of activities show . . . Concert Band 3, 4 . . . March- ing Band 3, 4 . . . Y.F.C, 3, 4 . . . Shrimp is a favorite dish of this gal who hopes to be a secretary after attending col- lege . . . DONAHOO, BARBARA JEAN Barbara was a well-liked gal at Grossmont. ln lOth Barbara decided she needed a vacation, so off she went to Washington, Thankful, however, she return- ed to finish her junior and senior years here, Y-Teens l . . . C.S.F. l . . , Pep Pushers l, 2, 3, 4 . . . French Club iWash.J . . . Horizon Club 3 ..,PomPonCorps3,4... Kaoselles 4 , , , filled out her list of activities, Has fun listen- ing to records, dancing, and swimming . . , DAINWOOD, MARGARET E. "Margie's" greatest ambition is to go to Italy and find an Italian lover! This laughin' lass came to us at the end of tenth grade from La Jolla High. She was in Student Council 2 . . . Girls League Publicity Comm, 3.,,HixMixComm.3,.. Kaoselles 4 . . . Tri-Hi-Y 4 . . . Mamselles 3 . . , Y-Teens 2,3,4...F.B.L.A,3... G.A.A. 3, 4 . . . Jr. Sr. Glee 3 ...Blade8iEdge3... DEARBORN, BETTY JANE This sweet gal really enjoyed her high school career, Many GHS activities were enjoyed by her . . . Skating Club l . . . Bowling Club 2 . . . Pan Am 2 ...Y-Teens 3, 4 , . . sec. 4 ...G.A.A.2,3,4,,.sec,3 . . . veep 4 , , . Moonsweepers 3, 4 . . . Asst. Comm. of Fi- nance 2, 3 , . . Comm. of Fi- nance 4 . . , Daisy Chain 3 . . . Marston Conference 2, 3, 4...PepPushers2,3... Inter-club Council 3 . . . Spring Concert 2 . . . DEVLYNE, PAT JAMES "Pedro," as he is known to some of his friends, was our able cheerleader for the school term '54-'55. A loyal Gus, he plans to attend Lasson Forestry College upon graduation. He participated and was enjoyed in Knights 3, 4 , , . Jokers '3, 4 , . . Student Council 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheerleader 4 . . , D'HEILLY, LOUIS PAUL "Just plain terrific!" well describes "Joe." A fine foot- ball player, he was voted the most valuable player of the GHS squad, in addition to being voted the most popular senior boy! He took the part of Joseph in the Pageant 4 . . . Other activities included Var- sity Football 3, 4 . . . Track 3,4.,.Pageant3,4... Letterman's Club 3, 4 , . . Dukes 4 . . . Blade 8- Edge l, 3... DOLAN, LINDA At Grossmont, Linda was in Science Club 3, 4 . . . l-ler fa- vorite meal consists of steak, french fries, and 7up, Riding and swimming are Linda's pet pastimes . . . Will attend col- lege at Davis . . . DORNTGE, MILLARD H. "To own and run his own business" will added to "Miller's" a c t i v ' e s after school. Firs, thou he'Il at- tend colle e'll major in Busines istration. All typeso spo s especially swim- mi ter-skiing, which are ' vorite pastimes, in- trigue Miller." Kansas sent this guy to us in his sopho- more year. Activities he was active in are Math Club 4 . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . Tennis DOWDY, SUE DARLEEN "Cute as a bug in a rug" well describes Sue. This darling gal's plans for the future are to attend State College to study to become a primary teacher. Swimming and horseback rid- ing rate tops with her in her list of activities outside school. At school, Sue had loads of fun in Duchesses 2 . . . His- torian 3 . . . Lesser Duchess 4 ...Blade8-EdgeI,2... Pageant I, 3, 4 . . . Pom Pon Corps 2, 3 . , . Dance Comm 4 DREIS, WALTER CHRISTIAN "Wally," the one with the wavy blond hair, can enjoy a juicy, thick steak anytime of the day. During his four years at Grossmont, he was in Gross- mont Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 . . . Jokers 3, 4 . . . Basketball I, 2 . .. J. V. Football 2 . . , "Wally's" ambition is to attend and grad- uate from college . . . DUCKWORTH, ALICE MARIE "Duckie" or "Duck-Duck" was our illustrious Editor-in- Chief of the Foothill Echoes. She was in Latin Club I . . , veep 2, 3 . . . C.S.F. 2, 3, 4 . . . Quill 8. Scroll 3 . . . prexy 4 . . , Y-Teens 3 , , . Artizans 4. . . Jr. Statesmen 3, 4 . . . Orchestra l, 2 . . . Spring Con- cert 2 . . . Pageant I, 2... Foothill Echoes Staff 3 . . . Ed- in-Chief 4 . . . Civil Service 3, 4 , . , Marston Conference 3, 4... DUDLEY, PETER FRANKLIN "Pete," as they call him, also has his future all mapped out, He will enter Junior Col- lege in the fall and will take an engineering course. While attending Grossmont all four years, he participated in ldlers 3. , . He has a list of fa- vorite pastimes, dancing, swim- ming, and hunting, to mention a few. "Pete's" pet peeve is his cute twin sister . . . DYER, BETSY ANN Highland Park High in Dal- las sent Grossmont this sweet girl. "Tex," as she is often called, must be content with practically everything because she has no pet peeve. After completing her high school, she will enter Junior College. Her ambition pertains to her fu- ture occupation. "Tex" wants to be an occupational therapist. She was in Student Council . . . and Election Board . , . ELLSWORTH, MARTHA D. "Di" transferred from North Phoenix High in June, I954. There she was a member of A Capella Choir and was head majorette. At Grossmont she was noted for her beautiful singing in the Red Robe Choir. Any kind of Spanish specialties will do when it comes to food, Her favorite pastime is going to shows. Her ambition is to become a housewife and have f- 13 :Xi ,. DREHER, JACQUELINE "Jackie" is definitely at- tending college after she re- ceives that much-wanted di- ploma. Previous to attending GHS, she went to schools in New Jersey . . . ls especially fond of foreign food delicacies DREW, THOMAS ALLEN Tom was a member of Gross- mont Hi-Y 3, 4 , . , treasurer 4 . . . Red Robe Choir I, 2, 3, 4...Jr.PromComm,3.,, Math Club 4 , . . Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 . . .Track I, 2, 3, 4 , . . Sr. Scholarship Comm. , . , Boys Glee I . . . Pageant I, 2, 3, 4 , . . Taking up his free time outside of school is hunting, fishing, and swim- ming. He is destined to accom- plish much after graduation. DUDLEY, ANN KATHLEEN "Annie," another loyal gertie, is a beach-loving gal, Her pet peeve, we're told, is her twin brother. "Annie" is planning to be both a house- wife and secretary. She was a member of Pom Pon Corps 2, 3, 4 , . . Pep Pushers 2, 3 . , . Horizon Club 3 . . , Nom- inating Convention 2, 3 , . . Kaoselles 4 . , . ls a future Aztec rooter . . . DUNN, REEDY FRANKLIN Reedy's four years at Gross- mont, especially his senior year, were filled with fun and many kicks. A Social Problem lteach- erl was his pet peeve. To be a success in life is his main goal. Reedy was in F,B.L.A. 2 . . . Student Council I, 3, 4 . . . Jokers 3, 4 . . . Hopes to at- tend State College . . . ECHEVERRI, KEITH RICHARD Frosh Class President , . . Student Council I, 2 , . . Bas- ketball 2 , . , Marston Confer- ence I, 2 . . . Inter-club Coun- cil 2, 3 . . . Upper house I, 3 . . , Daisy Chain 3 . . . Jr, Class President . . . Jr. Prom Comm. . . . Sr. Shorts 4 , . . Sr. Sweat- er Comm ,... Letterman's Club 4 . . . Knights 2, 3, 4 . . . County Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Council . , . veep 3 . , . prexy 4...Choir2,3,4...Pa- geant I, 2, 3, 4 . . , Gross- mont Hi-Y I, 4 . . , treasurer 2...prexy3...TrackI, 2,3,4,..C.S.F.2,3,4.,. ERWIN, KENNETH Kenny's fondest ambition is to fly high, An aviator's career will fill up his time after at- tending college. He came to us in his sophomore year from that great land of Texans. Since then he was a member of Boys' Glee . , . and Track 3, 4. Kenny says his favorite mas! f-fs..IA ,-A.-.fzfs At f',.L.:-i.-- -L, rii 1... . ESHNAUR, ROXIE CAROL Roxie will be high up in the clouds after high school grad- iiation. She wants to be an airline hostess. Roxie was a welcome member of the Asso- ciated Student Body all four years . , . Likes anything blue and a big juicy apple. Roxie belonged to Y-Teens in her sophomore year . . . EVANS, JACQUELINE DAWN Jacque wants very much to become a secretary after grad- uating from the "bestest" high school. This gal with the flam- ing red hair, was active in Horizon Club . . , Y-Teens . . . Dance Comm ..4, Jacque attended Lincoln High before entering GHS . . . FALSETTI, ALLEN ARTHUR Al, the friendly guy with curly black hair, is a future U.C.L.A. man. He wants to be- come a lawyer and we're sure he'Il be a successful one. Al was active in Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Knights 2, 3, 4 . . . Jr. Statesmen , . , C.S.F .,,, and held the position of Attorney General in his senior year. Al came to Grossmont as a fresh- man . . . FEJERAN, JULIE SALAS Social problems was a fa- vorite subject of Julie's. Her future plans are to attend J.C. or Business College for two years, then to be a secretary. When food is mentioned, she'll take anything that is best for her, Julie enjoyed Pom Pon Corps 2, 3 . . . Student Coun- cil 3 . . . and being an at- tendance assistant in her four years here. FENN, HARRY CHARLES Baseball, dancing, shows, eating, and Betty are the loves of "Skip's" life. He plans a career as a Yankee player. ln his four years here "Skip" en- joyed being a member of Let- terman's Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Var- sity Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 . . . pitcher in All City League and All Metro . . , Future plans in- clude going to U.S.C. FISHER, RICHARD Dick will probably be taking pictures of many things if his ambition comes true. He wants to become a photographer. S.D.S.C. will have Dick as a student after June graduation. He was in the Christmas Pag- eant 2, 3 . . . Boys Glee 4 . . . Likes to raise tropical fish is. ,ai ESPINOLA, AUGUST EDWARD Gus-Gus, as he's called by everyone, came to Grossmont High as a freshman. Gus, who's ambition is to finish school may enter S.D.S.C. next school term, He says "people who can't take a joke, but who are always pulling them themselves" gripe him terribly, EVERETT, ELDON LEE J. C, will have Eldon as a student next school term. Eldon transferred from San Diego High to GHS in the beginning of the lOth grade. This guy hopes to be either a criminolo- gist or go into aircraft work upon graduating from J. C. Eldon participated in Cadet Corps 2, 3 . . . N.C.O. Club 3 . , . Boys Glee 4 . , . Foothill Echoes 3, 4 . , , managing editor 4 . , , Quill Si Scroll 4 FAMME, JOSEPH B. A social life may be await- ing Joe at the University of Colorado where he'lI take an engineering course, Hot rod- ding, music, and track take up most of Joe's spare time. Joe was Commissioner of Athletics 4 . . . and was in Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4 . , . Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . , Track 2, 3,4,,,PepBandl,2,3 . . . leader 4 . . . Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pageant l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Knights 4 , . . Spanish Conversation 2, 3 . . . Marston Conference 3, 4 . . . C.S.F. l ...Daisy Chain 3 . ., FELIO, CHARLES HARRY Like some other '55 grads, Chuck would like to be an electrical engineer upon gradu- ating from the bestest school. Chuck is crazy about ham- burgers and french fries 'ri' the color blue. ls a four-year type Gus . . . FERNBERG KATHRYN E T Hi Y l Glee Club 3 Red Robe Choir 4 all had a lively member when Kathy joined Hunting for millionaires we re told is her favorite pastime She came to us from Mar Vista High in her junior year May go to college FLETCHER LAWRENCE B. Larry became a member of o r ASB. in his junior year, Upon graduation he will enter USC. After college graduation he will be a tooth driller. While at Grossmont Larry enjoyed the Bowling Club 3 , . . Marston Conference 3. His favorite pas- time is listening to records, hunting and dancing . , . FLOORE, JUDITH IRENE Judy, a real cute lass, has her mind set on marriage or being a kindergarten teacher. This four-year Foothiller likes tacos muchisimo! Judy was a member of Tri-Hi-Y l . , . Pom Pon 2, 3 . . . manager 4. Her favorite pastimes behides "Jerry" are eating and read- ing. She's undecided as to a college education. FORD, CHARLES LEROY The Foothiller school gained a great, great guy when Charlie came to GHS from Sweetwater High, "V-8 Ford," as he's tagged, added mucho glory to our Metro-League winning foot- ball team. A.C.C. College in Texas will have him as a stu- dent next fall. There Charlie will study hard to become a journalist. He was active in Choir 4 . , . Pageant 4 . , . Varsity Football 3, 4 , . . FOX, CAROL ANN Another future Aztec rooter is Carol or "Foxie" as she is known to her friends. She hopes to be a primary teacher. Carol was active in Horizon Club 2, 3 . . . secretary 4 . . . Y-Teens l, 2 . , , ls very adept at sew- ing . . . FREDERICKS, MARY ANN This ex-Highlander's fondest desire is to get the most out of life, namely men! "Freddie" tremendously enjoyed being a member of Torchettes 3, 4 . . , Girls League 4 . . . Ensemble 3, 4 . . . Blade 81 Edge 2, 3, 4...G.A.A.2,3,4,..Y- Teens 3 . . . A.S.B. Office helper 4 . . . Pep Pushers, 2, 3, 4 . . . Enjoys jitterbugging and listening to all of the latest bop records. FULLER, DON Don was one of our best members of Grossmont's trophy- capturing band. He was active in many musical organizations. Don will attend State College with his favorite gal. A C.P.A, he will be after receiving that much-wanted college diploma . . . Artizans 4 , . . Blade 8- Edge l, 2, 3 . . . Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Spring Concert l, 2, 3, 4 , . . all enjoyed Don's company. He is a January graduate . . , GAREY, PETER CARLETON Pete was a welcome addition to Grossmont when he came here from Anaheim, California, at the beginning of his senior year. A future U.C.L.A. or State College man, Pete is a fond lover of progressive jazz. His pet pastime is keeping his immense record collection up . . . Was a member of the Foothill Echoes Staff 4 . . . and Track 4 . . , Hopes to be a designer and an interior dec- orator . . . lJ.l 'tr' s . ,Q ,,J-1. FOOTE, ROBERTA JEAN Grossmont's Red Robe Choir will lose an excellent singer when "Bobbie" graduates. ln her spare time, she loves listen- ing to records. "Bobbie" par- ticipated in Pan Am 2 . , . Red Robe Choir 2, 3, 4 , . . G.A,A, 4...Pageant2,3,4... FOSTER, DONALD A. According to Don, women are his main interest. Don came straight from Lakeside Union in '5l to Grossmont. Like many others, his ambition is to be a millionaire. Loves to "live it up" with banana splits, Don was in F.F.A .... FRANCE, DONNA C. Michigan's loss was our gain when Donna came to Gross- mont in her junior year. She hopes to be either a business woman or a Wave upon gradu- ating. Movies, dates, and danc- ing are Donna's favorite pas- times. At Beacher High School in Michigan she was in Y- Teens . . . Hi-C . . . Art Club . . . Glee Club . . . and Red Robe Choir. FREYMILLER, GARY LEWIS This sports lover plans to make baseball his profession. A choice meal for Gary would consist of a thick fried steak. His pet peeves are "those rough boys with their collar turned up and pants dragging the ground." Gary was another four-year Foothiller, FULLER, SUSAN CHASE Stars are not the only thing that twinkle in Sue's case. She has very expressive eyes and hopes to someday have enough education to express well. She plans to attend San Diego State College. She was active in Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . , Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . , Tri-l-li-Y l, 2, 3 . . . Sec, 3 ...G,A.A. l, 2, 3 . , . Latin Club l, 2, 3 . . . Artizans 3, 4 . . . She also likes to eat lots of green salad, GEORGE, PAUL DAVID Drawing and working on cars are Paul's favorite pastimes, An excellent artist, he was a mem- ber of the Artizan Club, The world and Paul must get along together fine because he hasn't any dislikes to speak of. He attended Grossmont all of his high school years. GEORGE, THOMAS ARTHUR "Speedy," as he's known by some people, is a terrific guy who hates slow people. His am- bition is to get out of the Navy! He isn't going to col- lege, his favorite colors are red and green, and he loves to eat stew! What a crazy guy! His activities include: Letterman's Club l, 2, 3, 4 . . . treasurer 3 , , , prexy 4 . . . Varsity Track l, 2, 3, 4 . . , Varsity Football 4 . . . GILES, MARGARET ANNE Peggy is a future J.C.'er. As an underclassman she attended Julian Union High, in her best high school years ll lth 8. l2thl she had mucho fun at the Foot- hiller's domain. She was in C. S.F. l . . , Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4 , , , Girls Choir i, 2 ...Hi Jinx l, 2 . . , Tri-Hi-Y 2 . . , Cheerleader 2 . , , Prom Comm. 2 . . . Y-Teens 3, 4 . . . Extravaganza 3, 4 . , . Spring Concert 3, 4 . . . Pag- geant4.,,Band4... GIMBLE, PRISCILLA ANN Known to all as "Pat," this lass with the "loads of fun" label attended Grossmont all four years. Pat is a future col- legiate and housewife. Blade 8- Edge l, 2, 3 , . . Y-Teens l, 3 ..,PomPonCorps2... Roller Skating l . . . Pep Push- ers l, 2, 3 , . . all enjoyed her company, This cute gal could live on pizza . . . GOLAWAY, KENNETH J. Sports activities such as Track l, 2, 3 . . . Cross Coun- try l . . . took up his time in his four years at Grossmont High, "Ken" says that his am- bition in life is to continue loaf- ing. When asked what his fa- vorite food is, he answered, "food and more food." Ken's pet pastime is riding around in his "dearly, beloved" car . . . GRAEME, SHARON LEE An "import" from Hoover High, Sharon came to us in her junior year. Training and rid- ing her horses are this girl's outside activities. Upon gradu- ation, Sharon hopes to work at the telephone company in the blue print and drafting depart- ment . . . GRASSL, THOMAS JOHN Grossmont coaches will have a difficult time trying to fill his football position when Tom graduates. Tom contributed a great deal to Grossmont's mighty football team. Tom or "Grass" tells us that his pet peeve is women lli and his fondest desire is to learn how to play football. He participated in Football l, 3, 4 , . . Foot- hill Echoes Staff 3, 4 . . . Wwt. WM... GILDEA, BONNIE SUZANNE Santa Rosa High School lost a pleasant girl when she trans- ferred to GHS in her lOth year. Dancing is one of her favorite activities. After June gradua- tion, Bonnie hopes to obtain some type of job. Thick, juicy hamburgers and the color lav- ender rate tops with her , . GILLILAND, MARY ANN Ann . . . a genuine friend . . . is a horse lover. Riding horses takes up her spare time, also eating tacos a la model She enjoyed Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4 , . . Pageant l . . . Blade 8. Edge l . . . Sr. Privilege Comm. 4 . . , Torchettes 4 . . . Ann has her future planned as a fashion designer. Arizona State College is her destination . , . GODBOLD, MELBA ROBERTA "Melber" . . . nice to know . . . is a loyal four-year Gertie. She likes to listen to Joni James' platters in her spare time. Melba will be 'way up in Utah studying furiously at Brigham Young University next fall . . . Plans to travel around the world and see all of the interesting places . . . Was in ldlers 3 . . . GOULD, GERALD GREGORY Gerry was one of our better artists here at Grossmont. Gerry must be a modern art hound for his pet hates are people who say, "What is it" when looking at modern art! Art Col- lege will be his next stop after leaving the Foothillers' school. Artizans . . . Choir l . . . Pageant 4 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . . Class Play . . . were some of his activities during his four years here . . . GRAND, ELEANOR ANITA A help to many, pleasant personality, and popular well describes Eleanor. Julian Union High lost a well-liked girl when she transferred to GHS this year, Always busy, Eleanor join- ed Y-Teens 4 . . . and is a board member. At Julian she was A.S.B, Secy. 3 . . . Execu- tive Comm. 3 . . , Tri-Hi-Y . . , prexy 4 . . , Girls League Secy. 2 . . , Pageant l, 2, 3 . . . Class Secy. 2, 3 . . . were a few of Eleanor's many, many activities . . . May attend State College . . . Wants to become an elementary school teacher GRAVIETT, NORMA JEAN Norma has her heart set on being a globe-trotter someday. This cute Gertie came to us from Colorado in the last of her sophomore year. Norma, has fun going out with and eating tacos and ice cream. Girls Glee and Bible Club all had a lively member when she joined , . . GRECO, JENNIE KAY Janie can be seen at the miniature golf course often as she's an avid miniature golfer Spaghetti and pizza lshe's defi- nitely a lover of Italian foodl are tops in her favorite food list. Turquoise is her fondest color. After getting that mighty important piece of paper ldi- plomai tucked safely in her palm Janie will probably hunt for a stenographer's 'ob She 4.,. i . was in Y-Teens 4 . . , F,B.L,A. GUSTAFSON, ROBERT EDWARD Bob raised a lot of dust at the football games. He was one of our cavorting cheerleaders. Gus, Gus, as he is commonly called, is an avid water-skiing and horseback riding fiend, He was a welcome member of Track 3, 4 . . , Football 2 .,.Dukes3,4,..veep3 . . . prexy 4 . , , Student Coun- cil 3, 4 . . , Red Robe Choir 2, 4 . . , Cheerleader 4 . , . Fletcher Hills Hi-Y 2 . . . Gus Gus is destined to go to Brig- ham Young University. HAFTER, JERIDEAN JULIET "Jerrie's" many activities. , . Class treasurer , . , Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Moonsweepers 2, 3 , . . treasurer 4 . . . Election Board 2, 3, 4 . . . Blade 8. Edge l, 2 . . . Girls League Comm. l, 2, 3 . . . treasurer 4... Soph. class Comm. of Publicity 2 . , . ASB. Comm. of Pub- licity 3 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . . Foothill Echoes 3 . . . Marston Conference l, 2, 3, 4 . , . Pom Pon Corps 2 . . . Student Coun- cil l, 2 . . . Pep Pushers l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football program edi- tor 3 . . . Nominating conven- tion l, 2. . . Ensemble 2. . . HALL, LESLIE M. Les' pet pastime must be shooting baskets for he cer- tainly made a lot in his great basketball career. "Magoo," as he is "fondly" called, says his pet peeve is a person called Bill Hammond! While not hav- ing fun in the classroom, Les enjoyed Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 . . .Track l, 2, 3 . . .Letter- man's Club 3 , . . May attend Junior College . . . HAMMOND, WILLIAM MELVIN The outdoor sports life seems to agree with Bill. According to him, there is nothing better than pole vaulting, hunting, and fishing, Bill is carrying the sports life into his career. He hopes to become a game war- den. Wag a member of Letter- man's Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Track l, 2, 3, 4 , . . Orchestra I, 2, 3,,,Pageantl,2,3.. Loves to eat tacos 'n' ice cubes r?J... HAND, DELANO STANLEY The Air Force will take "Lenny" after he graduates this year, "Lenny," who started as a freshman, couldn't think of anything better in the world to do than go out with Shar- ron, He entered Grossmont as a freshman. To be a successful farmer would suit him finel . . . . sf sec! GRIFFIN, JAMES KARL Jim, or "Griff," as the guys call him, will probably see a lot of that ball and bat upon grad- uation. He would like very much to be a pro baseball play- er. "Griff" has attended the Foothiller school for eight won- derful semesters, In his spare time he loves to play a game of baseball or basketball , . . HADEL, NANCY ANN Nancy intends to be an ele- mentary teacher after college at State College and U.C.L.A. This vivacious blonde is a mu- sic lover and was a member of our victorious Blue and Gold Band for four years and our or- chestra for three years. Nancy also participated in the Pageant 2,3,4,,.G.A,A.2,3... Y-Teens3... HALL, CAROLE JEAN Known for her sweet disposi- tion and helpfulness is Carole, or "Beedi" as she is affection- ately called by her friends. ln her four years at Grossmont, Carole was very active in Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 3, 4 . . . Latin Club . . . prexy 2, 3,4...G.A.A.2,3... Stardusters . . . sec. 2, 3 , . . C.S.F, 2, 3 , . . sec. 4 .. Y- Teens 3 . . . treasurer 4 . . . Moonsweepers 4 , . . Prom Comm. 3 . . . Pageant 2, 3, 4 . . , Sr. Dance Comm. HALLETTMRICHARD A. Eating and rawing cartoons rate high wit Dick, He par- ticipated in t panish Con- versation 2 . . . Pageant l, 2, 3,4,.., naSi,2,3,4. Mer , arine College in V31 jo, Slalifornia, is where Dick ho es to be upon gradua- tion. ln his four years of high school 'he attended Grossmont only. HAMRE, CAROLYN JANE This kid can't seem to make up her mind. She attended GHS in her freshman year, and Helix 2, Mission Bay 3 and returned again to Grossmont in her senior year. Carol's ambition, we're told, is to go to Africa, live in a tree and join the Mau Mau. Her activities at the var- ious schools included Class Pres- identl.,.PomPon2... Y-Teens 2 . . . G.A.A. 3 . . , Bel Aires 3 . , . Girls League 3, 4 . . . Mamselles4 . .. HANSEN, JAMES JULIUS Jim was a member of the Soph. basketball and swimming team at San Diego High before coming to GHS at the end of the l0th, Jim's ambition is un- decided, but he's sure he wants to go to college. At Grossmont he participated in Basketball 3 HARRIS, JAMES Jim has been spotted on our Cam US at One Time OI' BYIOTLIEI' P since his freshman days. This nice-looking guy, often called "Big Jim," thinks that his pet peeves are all teachers . . . Loves tacos . . . was a member of A.S,B. for four years. HASTINGS, JAMES O'DELL "Tex" hopes very much to attend U.C. after a stretch in the Marine Corps. He partici- pated in F,F.A. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . N.C,O. l . , . veep 2 . . . Torch 81 Sabre Club 3 . . . sec. 4 . . . Speech Club 2, 3 . . . Was an excellent member and offi- cer of the California Cadet Corps . . . HATCH, DONNA JEAN "The cutest dimples l've ever seen," remark many people when they see Donna's dimples. "Hash," as everyone calls her, has attended Gross- mont all of her high school years with the exception of the llth and one-half of the l2th, when she lived in Virginia. "Hash" took an active part in Y-Teens I, 2 . . . Blade 8- Edge . . . Mamselles . . . PSD PUSl'1' ers . . . Jif-N.NlS,jiAL L5 XE.R.N...E. CleaTLake High in Iowa sent this friendly guy to us in his sophomore year. Neal has plans to become either an engineer or rancher. Dukes 4 . . . TYBCI4 3, 4 . . . Cross Country 4 . . . Artizans 3, 4 . . . F.F.A. l, 2 . . . all gained an excellent member when he joined . . . May attend college. HIGGINS, CAROL ANN Stephen's College is where Carol is headed, with the inten- tion of doing as well BS She did at Grossmont! Carol's ac- tivities since coming to Gross- mont from the land of tall tales iTexasJ in her sophomore year included Comm. of Public Works 4 , . . Pep Pushers 3, 4 . . . Election Board 4 . . . Decoration Comm. 3 . . . Y- Teens 3, 4 . . . Marston Con- ference 3, 4 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . , . Girls League Service Comm. 3 . . . Moonsweepers 4 . . . Inter-club Council 4 . . . HIGGINS, LAUREL DOREEN A friend to everyone, she be- came a loyal Gertie upon com- ing to GHS from Oceanside Union High in her junior year. Laurel participated in Artizans 3. . ,prexy 4. . ,Y-Teens 3 . . . publicity chairman 4 . . . Girls League Comm. 4 . . . Sr. Banquet 8- Dance Comm .... A.S.B. Poster Comm. 4 . . . Stardusters 4 . . . Laurel is for State College next mesa -riff 'ff :MW HARTPENCE, GARY Gary left San Diego High in the middle of his sophomore year and came to the "bestest in the west"-Grossmont High. The Air Force will cop another '55 graduate of the Foothiller school when he enlists. "Chili and the color blue" are well- liked by Gary. "Teachers who all give their tests on the same day" bother him. Gary was a member of Chevrons 3, 4 . . . HAURI, PHIL L. "Sonny" excelled in two pop- ular sports, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 . . . and Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 . . . If his luck continues, he will carry sports into his career. "Sonny" would like to play pro- fessional baseball with the Mil- waukee Braves, This friendly guy went to Grossmont all four years . . . HAYES, BEVERLY Textile painting is Bev's fa- vorite hobby. She has a pleas- ant personality. Bev's ambition upon graduation, is to be a good housewife. She came to us in the last of her freshman year from Massachusetts. HENRY, BRYAN LEE DaIsY Chain 3 . . . Artizans 3 . . . treasurer 4 , , , Red Robe Choir 4 . . . were some of the activities enjoyed by this great guy in his four years at Grossmont. At the pres nt Bryan either plans to be a teacher or to join the service, He's going to college, but he's undecided as to which one. Movies, pop tunes, and oil painting take up his spare time. Gusses' mop tops and practic- ally bald Gerties are Bryan's pet peeves . . . HIGGINS, GEORGE D. Sometimes called "Shotgun," George arrived at Grossmont in the mid term of his sophomore year. His favorite pastime is a certain GHS senior called Mar- garet. The lone star state is a favorite place of George's. Tak- ing up his time while at the Footh1ller's heaven was Football l..,PepPushers3,4... Latin Club 3 . . .Track 3 . , . Tennis 2, 3 , . . HIGGINS, SAMUEL E. Sam has been a member of our A.S.B. for four years. Dur- ing that time he enjoyed many GHS activities. That favorite color blue is also a favorite of Sam's plus ice cream, too. He was a member of the proud Foothillers' track team in his sophomore, junior, and senior years. After getting that diplo- ma tucked in his hand his next stop is college . . . HILL MARLEEN MARIE Ambitious Marleen is plan ning to become both a house w e and a hair stylist ln e meantime though she had fun being in Grossmonts superior Red Robe Choir Teens and listening and danc ing to all types of music This four year Gertie hopes to at tend Junior College upon grad uation HINES BETTY RUTH San Diego Junior College is where Betsy is headed after graduation There she will study to become a good bookkeeper Her main wish is to be a good laookkeeper in some big office and we know she will succeed She came to GHS in the tenth grade from Roosevelt Jr High Reading a good book or seeing the latest flicker occupies most of her spare time She was in Girls Glee 2 4 HOLMQUIST JOHN P John has his heart set on be ing a confirmed old bachelor His favorite dish is spaghetti John participated in YFC in his frosh and sophomore years and was in Sr Boys Glee Pick the guitar is his favori pastime May go to college HOOPER CARLIN WRIGHT Carlin has a burning desire to take over his fathers bus: ness after graduation Hell be in the poultry business Guzz n 1 yummin take up is sp e time Carlin was seen at all the great football games for four years working hard as our Football Statistician HOVER BARBARA LOUISE Scatterbrain a she is at fectionately called had fun giving a certain Mr Kniss a bad time Barbaras activities during her four years at GHS included Frosh Dance Comm. . , . lnter-club Council 2 . . , Pep Pushers 3 , , . Stardusters , ..,prexy2..,Mars- ton Conference 2, 3 . , , Girls League Social Comm, 2 , , , chairman 3 . . . Friendship Comm. chairman 4 . . . Nomi- nating Convention 3 . . , Girls Gym Office 3 4 . . Barbara is another future Aztec rooter. HOWLAND FLORENCE VIVIAN Coy was a welcome addi- tion to our ASB, when she transferred here in her senior year from Hoover High. She has attended many high schools at which she was cheerleader 2 . , Frosh Class Treasurer l , , Photo Club l . , treas- urer . . A Modern Dance Club 3.,.FrenchClub3,., "Coy" says she loves spending her time with a special some- one with the initals L.D.G. She will enter a school of nursing. Q-gun-na i T l 4:9 HILLIARD HAZEL B Heed all thats Hazel s motto This cute blond is us ually seen hurrying her way through the crowds on her way to class but shes never in too ch of a hurry y friendly Hi' HOGAN THOMAS Tom has the service on his mind As soon as he receives his diploma hes going to loin some branch of service After a hitch in the service he hopes that his wish to be a radiator man will be fulfilled He is an other four year type Foothiller Tom is an outdoorsman type who likes to fish and hunt HOLMQUIST JOYCE ANN This sweet gal plans to be come a missionary and carry on God s work She will attend 'Simpson Bi b I e Institute Washington Joyce was a wel come member of the orchestra and Y FC for four years She tells us that memorizing a book in the Bible is her favorite pas time Attended GHS all four years HOUTS SHARON LOU Frenchy has her future planned as a fashion designer Painting and listening to re cords take up her spare time Frenchy can eat pizza for ever and loves the color aqua She is another loyal four year Foothiller HOWES JANET LEE Kitty hopes to be a stu- dent at Junior College upon leaving Grossmont, where she enjoyed Y.F.C, l . . . Glee Club . . . Red Robe Choir . . .an Y-Teens. ltaliano food and the color blue rate tops with her. Her ultimate goal is to be an l. ,M. operator. Ki y - toyed all her four years at GHS. HRYNKO SONDRA JOYCE Known to everyone as Sandy she has a sparkling personality , . . 'Sandy was a welcome addition to Grossmont in her freshman year from New Jersey. She is another future J. C. student where she will study to become a teacher of the three R's, During her four years at GHS she participated in Blade 8. Edge l . . . Bowl- ing Club 2 . , 4 Swimming Club l , . . Pageant 2 , . . Loves to dance. HUFFMAN, VERA ILENE Here's another pizza-loving girl who attended Gusses' and Gerties' domain lGHSl all four years. "Blondie," as she is called by all her friends, had mucho fun in G.A,A. Like many others, her ambition is to get married. Listening to records is Vera's favorite pastime, San Diego Junior College's her des- tination HUGHES WILLIAM lBILLl To own a huge cattle ranch as this guys ultimate goal in life Bill enloyed and was a fine member of Lettermans Cu 3 4 and Varsity Football 3 4 Almost any kind of sports activities cluding fishing hunting and weight lifting agree with Bill HURD JAMES G Jim skipped around in his high school days He attended Grossmont High every year with the exception of his yunior year where he attended Mis i n B y High his w comes true he will be a high class Ioafer with an expense ac count Thick luicy steaks and the color blue fascinate hum If one of those draft cards are sent to Jim he will go to work upon graduating HANIMAN RANDY Randy has been quite a trav eler in his high school career Schools in New Hampshire and Switzerland had Randy student before GHS received him SDSC is his next destina tion where hell take an engu neering course Randy was a member of Jokers 3 4 Spanish Club 2 IVY SALLY L Marriage and a modeling ca reer are on Sallys mnd JC or Modeling School will have this sweet gal as a student soon This four year type Foot er a pizza and r chicken lover F B L A 2 Y Teens 3 4 Kaoselles 3 Flag Corps 3 4 a had Sally as a welcome and en loyable member She loves to write to Joe and read his let ters Also a favorite pastime of hers is dancing JACKSON RICHARD WAYLAND Anyone who sees Dick at a dance can tell at once that his favorite pastime is dancing at which he is very good Tall and nice looking one of Dick s favorite school subpects is math He has a burning ambition to be a builder of homes vorite food is tacos Dick is destined for San Diego State He participated in Knights 3 4 Sr Privilege Comm WWW? Q .at 1,-4 .QV JH HUGGINS, HELEN PATRICIA After g e t t i n g that hard- earned diploma Pat will be pre- paring for Junior College. Upon college graduation, Pat will have a busy schedule ahead of her, as she plans to be both a stenographer and a model. Dur- ing her fun -filled years at Grossmont, she was in Blade 81 Edge and Y-Teens. Swordfish, dancing and the color beige all rate tops with her HUMBERSTAD EILEEN YVONNE Everyone e n 1 o y e d Gross monts Blue Pom Pon Corps this year which was under the fine direction of Captain Ei Ieen ln addition to this diff: cult task this campus cutie was active un YTeens l ep s ers l 2 3 Horizon Club 3 Hlx Mix Comm 3 Kaoselles 4 Pom Pon Corps 2 lieutenant 3 captain 4 Eileen likes swimming dancing and listen in to platters HYMAN WILLIAM PAUL Two years of pre med school at State College and four years at Stanford face Paul after leaving the Foothiller school His ambition to be an MD will undoubtedly be fulfilled in the near future Paul who is a considerate and quiet type of guy was a true friend to many in his four years here His pet peeves are road hogs IMPINK RICHARD Dick is another one of our loyal four year Grossmonter The carpentry field would suit him lust fine after graduation Dick says that for a real sport hunting is the best by far Col lege may receive him as a stu dent next fall JACKSDN JOHNNIE PAULINE Johnnie may become a star ry eyed wanderer ltraveleri if her wish comes true Lots of fun and laugh were shared with this cute girl Schools in Mon rovia Calif had her as a stu dent before she arrived at GH in th 9th grade he loves and likes of her life are dancing horseback d g swimming and everybodys fa vorite pizza Johnnie was in Pom Pon Corps 2 3 4 and Blade 8- Edge JAGGERS SHIRLEY ANN Toots destination is Bus: ness College upon graduation She enloyed her four years she tells us at Grossmont tremen dously She hasnt a pet peeve to sneak of Toots says that nothing really bothers me too much This pleasant gal s am bition is to be an office worker Her pet pastime is driving around - . - . I . if , l I - . . , , . ' ' ' , I I .. . . .- J b ' ' ' ' ' ' - . . , P . ' ' ' ' . . . . Pu h 4 , , , ' . . . I ' Jn- I I ll J , , , . . . . wg, . . . - . . . , - I D I V A l l VA . l U . . I X , , . , A . , . , , , I ' . - 1 s'0 a ' , lf ' ish ' ' . . ,, . , . . . If . . . - , ' ' , , ' ' , I . . , U . - . ,, H I . . . - I ' as a - -' . . I .- I , . . i . gl' W , , h . U ly - .,,,, V .Ac-4i'. f 1"? f.i.f-Q-'41 .' at 1 , ' ' B' . ' ' . CTT ' 1 - - i . . . - ' hill is ' f ied ' I ' I . , , . . , . . . I I I - , . - - , S e . T 4 . . . , . . . ll ' ' ' H - I ' 4, ri li n , 1, . . 4 I J ll I Il I . . , , . . , , . I . , , I - . . , I , H H ' . . , Fa- ff - f - JAMES ALICE LUCILLE This little gal was enjoyed by h r Grossmont classmates un her four years of hugh school Sh was Mary un the Pageant thus year She wull learn e lutte tricks of trade to be a beauty operator at the Broad way School of Beauty Culture Che was active un Y Teens 3 4 Pageant2 3 4 Horu zon Club 4 Has lots of fun dancing and going to movies JASKOLA MILDRED J Mullue attended schools across the ocean un Hawauu and San Diego schools before com ung to GHS un her freshman vear Luke all gurls her fondest hooe is to get married someday While not busy doing home work Millie lukes to watch T V Her pet peeves are those boys who wear their pants at half mast Good ole ltaluan spaghetti us her favorite dish JOHNSON FRANK M College money and married life will be included un Frank s future uf everything turns out right Lincoln Sr Hugh and S D Vocational had thus guy as a student before he arruved at G un the llth grade Al ways wanting gauety around hum Frank duslukes b 0 r i n Q Classes He participated Track 3 4 VarsitY F007 ba 4 May attend S D S C JOHNSON LEONARD WAYNE Fletcher H lls Hu Y sergeant of arms l veeD 2 prexy 3 Red Robe Choir 2 Student Council Pageant 2 4 Football l Tl'BCl4 3 F F A 4 Radio Club 4 were Len s actuvutues durung his four years at Grossmont Len s ambition us to have the coolest sports car in town He maY at tend college after having short hutch un the Air Force JOHNSON MURIEL DAWN SD State College mat! V9 ceive another one of Gross- monts four-year type students if she gets her wish. This cute gal says her pet peeve is the IO pound lug of books she has to carry, Activities and clubs she participated in are: Y-Teens . . . Pom Pon Corps 2 3 , . . Red Robe Choir 2 3 4 . . . e 8- Edge l 2 3 . . , Student Council 2 . . . Pageant 2 3, 4 , . . JONES JEANNETTE MARY San Dieguito had this gal in her junior year but GHS was lucky and had her in the 9th, lOth, and l2th. Jeannettes ambition is four years of col- lege preferably at the Univer- sity of Redlands, Jeannette or Jonesie s active ' Y- Teens2 3,4...G, .A.2 3 , . , Artizans 4 . , , Prom Decoration Head 3 . . , a - eant 2, 3, 4. JARVIS KARL THOMAS Beautiful music was played by Tommy and hus sax at many Grossmont events He was a member of our Blue and Gold Band Concert B nd l 2 and Jokers 4 Music us his love Hus ambutuon s to lead a hot dance band and make 400 bucks a week Before hus ambutuon us fulfilled though he wull attend Junior College and major un music l his spare time he plays the sax JOHNSON DAVID RUSSELL Daves next destination quite an unterestung place His fondest hope us to attend Alas kan University A native he came straight to us from Lake side Union Dave has a burn ung ambition to go unto For estry or Conservation work upon college graduation H enjoyed Red Robe Chour 3 4 Pageant 3 4 JOHNSON HOPE GUENDELL A bug office a cute boss and a secretary s notepad may be awautung Hope uf her wish comes true After a few years of college at JC she hopes to be a secretary Eatun pizza and watching T V rate hugh on Hopes fun lust Glee Club l Sprung Concert l Y Teens 4 Horizon Club 4 were some of her actuvutues during her hugh school days here JOHNSON MARILYN LEE Actuvutues galore fulled Maru lyn s list F se 2 YTeens Pa eant l 2 A S B Play 2 Spanish Con versatuon 3 4 prexy 4 Jr Statesmen 3 4 treas urer 4 Jr Class Treasurer Ticket Squad 3 4 Math Club 4 Prom Comm Sr Sweater Comm 3 Inter club Council 3 4 L Dausy Chain 3 Marston Confer ence 3 JOHNSON RONNEL WAYNE The Mexican specialty tacos again seems to be the favorite food of another loyal Gus. A college education for Ronnie is uncertain but he s positive he s going to be a mechanic. Hell do good though, in any par- ticular field he chooses . . . Was on football team 4. JURGENSEN CAROL SUE This sweet and well-liked gal will be an l.B.M. operator after attending Vocational school. She could thrive on steak and french fries alone. During her four years as a loyal Gertie Carol Sue was on Frosh Activity Comm .... Sop, Dance Comm. , . . a member of Pom Pon Corps 2 3 . . . Duchesses , . . . treasurer 4 . . , Prom Comm. 3 . . . Pageant l . . . Y-Teens l . . , Extravaganza 2. KADAU SHARON ANN Whi e in college Sharon plans to study everything in the fied of drama La er if er wish comes true Sharon will be a model She was a welcome member of Glee 2 travaganza 2 Stardusters Flag Corps 2 3 Lieutenant 4 Pep Pushers Duchesses 4 Electron Board 4 KALDENBERG PHYLLIS RAE Whittier High in Wyoming lost a member of their AS B when Phyllis came to Gross mont in her iunior year Phyllis has plans to become a house wife after graduating from col lege in Pasadena Outside of school time dating seems to be her pet pastime Phyllis was a member of Grossmonts Con cert Band one Yea' KARMAZIN JUANITA MARIE Mamselles 3 4 VSSD 4 Pom Pon Corps 2 Election Board 4 Y T9e""5 Poster Comm 3 A S B Convention 2 3 Soph Dance Comm 2 irs League l 2 Pep Pushers 2 3 4 D600 ration Comm 3 8 C cupied Juanitas time Tl'1lS pizza loving gals fondest am bition is to travel to Europe KELLY JERRY DEANNE Here is another four year Gertie She attended GHS all her high school days Her favorite pastimes are going to the movies and playing a great game of tennis Under pet peeves Jerry says hers are phonies Her ambition s t have a successful gob ln he foo field all kinds of ltal an food are Jerry s favorites KERSHAW JOHN FREDERICK John was a truly outstanding guy who contributed much to the glory of our top place var- si track team, John w' probably contlr-ue being tops in track at some college next fall. He has been here since his frosh days and lettered ' Cross-Country 3 4 . . . Track ..A. . . . Occupation is undecided. KIMBALL SARAH ANN Sallys main ambition is to be a veterinarian, With the help of one sweet boy Sally decided that her favorite food is anything thats fattening. Pageant2... ..F. Marching Band l , . , Girls' League Soc. Comm. 4 , . . Election Board 4 . . . Moon- sweepers 4 , . . Commissioner's Asst. 3 . , . Student Council 4 . . . Pep Pushers 2, 3 . . . Jr. Prom Comm. 4 . . . occupied most of her time in her four years here. if tw! fur? KAHL MICHAEL B Talented could well describe this stuclious boy Mike has been a loyal Foothiller in all has high school days In college he will study to become a doc tor of medicine or a teacher Frosh Constitution Comm l Bowling Club 2 Nom: nating Convention l Prom Comm 3 Spanish Conver sation Club 3 4 Jr States man 3 Election Board 3 Sr Shorts 4 were ac tivities of this boy KAMMERMAN GERALD CALTON Jerry plans to be a surveyor and a missionary Jerry s dest: nation is Brigham Young Uni versity at Provo Utah Talking guns going hunting and shoot ing are the loves of this guy s life Jerry was active in Math Club 4 Usher at gradua tion 81 bacc 3 KEENAN LETA JEWEL Dancmg and swimming are t loves of Pearls life s soon as she graduates she will BDDIY for a loh as a telephone operator As she thinks of her favorite food spaghetti and meatballs seem to rare the best Pearl worked as a switchboard operator in her senior year During her junior year she worked in th girls physical ed office KEMP MELVIN JOSEPH Mel was a member of Gross mont s A S B for three marvel ous years He attended high school in Arizona in his fresh man year Mel has an interest ing life ahead of him he wants to be a mortician upon com pletlng his studies at L A Mor tician School At Grossmont Mel was active in Student Council l D es 2 3 4 veep 4 Choir l Track Pageant 2 e terman s Club 3 KILBOURNE WAYNE MEMORIAM KIRK BILL DWAINE B' was another one f Grossmonts lovers. State Col- lege is where he s headed after completing his gay high school career, To make his first mil- licn before he's an old man f35 years oldi is Bill's wish! He could be seen participating in all of the Red Robe Choir's events 2, 3, 4 . , . Pageant 2, 4 . , . Blade8- Edge l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dukes 4. KITAEN, BEVERLY MAY "Chocolate" could well be this gal's second name, Choco- late cake, c h o c o l a t e milk, chocolate candy, and chocolate period! are her favorite foods. Bev transferred here from Hoo- ver in the l2th. Her ambition, the 'ame as other hopefuls ' to see the world, We hope that she gets to do so. Bev says she is angered by anyone who tries to get her to eat fish! KNIFFING DAVID EDDIE avy another l o y a Grossmonter who has his future plans down pat After he grad uates he plans to help his dad in their nursery f his u keeps up he will later own a nursery During his four years at Grossmont his activities in cluded Cross Country 2 3 4 Track 3 4 He is very interested in agriculture KOCUREK JOSEPH JERRY Jerry will be missed next year at GHS not only for his crazy personality but for being a wonderful member of our stupendous Track Team 3 4 Kearny High had this great guy in his frosh and soph years before he arrived at GHS last year Jerry just Cant think of any color better than passionate pink Was in ldlers 4 LANDERS BARBARA LANE RONALD W Working with cars swim ming participating in sports and lust loafing are a few of Ronnie s favorite pastimes His ambition is to make much money and to travel He was active in Football 4 Track He enjoys sit ting down to a steak dinner LARSON KARLENE ANN Yarlene who loves to fish and swim has been at Gross mont since her freshman year anj has participated in GAA Her life is surely full of gaiety and excitement be cause her ambition is to be suc cessful in life Smile and the world smiles with you would describe Karlens fine person ality KNAPP, KARL KENT Cal Tech may have Karl as a student if Karl gets his way. He plans to study furiously to become a physicist. He was a friend to many in his four years at GHS and participated in nu- merous activities including Jr, Ring Comm. 2 . , , Prom Comm. 3 . . , Scholarship Comm, 4 . . . Student Council . . . Frosh Class Prexy .....F.2,, .,.Jokers ...KeyClub4,.. When asked what his pet peeve was, Karl stated Not peeved, KNOWLES MARYANNE Maryanne has the popular nickname of Pomeroy She has been at Grossmont all of her four years Her ambition is to be a cattle rancher LAMB MARGARET ELLEN Mag plans to go to San Diego State College after grad uation She came to Grossmont in l95O and since has been ac tive in Pep Push rs 2 3 F 2 Girls League 3 Moonsweepers 3 4 Election Board 3 4 Prom Comm 3 Her favor ite pastime is of course George LANDERS LILA LEIGH To be a missionary is Lula bell s desire and her destina tion after graduation is Pacific Bible College Besides tacos F B L A Y F C an YTeens have been her favorite activities LARKIN DON MILLER Don who is crazy a out rhythm and blues records and his girl plans marriage as his future He came to Grossmont in l95l from Canada Pizza tops his list of favorite foods like most of the Grossmonters LEARY CLIFF JOSEPH Cliff spends all of his spare time flying his plane with his one hand on the steering wheel an the other full of his fa vorrte apple pie After gradua tion he will attend San Diego State College His ambition S to be an Air Force Pilot LEDFORD, JACQUELINE JOANNE Jackie's ambition is to be an Airline Hostess and to travel a lot. She came to Grossmont in her junior year. She likes to spend her spare time eating hot buttered corn and she also likes to sew. LEERSKOV, LARRY LEE "Ace" has been at Gross- mont four years. He dislikes girls who continually talk, His color is navy blue and his am- bition is to have a successful UBVY career. Sounds ambitious. While at Grossmont he was ac- tive in ldlers 3, 4 , , , Torch and Sabre 4. LINGO, CARLTON RAY Carl hopes to go to Oregon State College and has the am- bition of becoming a forestry man, His favorite pastime is hunting and fishing. While at Grossmont he was active in Jokers 3, 4. LLOYD, SONIA ANNETTE Sonia's ambition is to be successful. She has a college life planned before her but she isn't quite sure yet which col- lege it will be. She enjoys eat- ing chicken and also likes to ride horses. She was active in Tri-Hi-Y. LOOMIS, FRANCES JOY Pacific Bible C o I l e g e is Mickie's destination after grad- uation. She is a four year Grossmonter who came from EI Cajon Jr. High, and her activi- ties have included Stardusters 4 . , . Y.F.C. 3, 4 , . . Y-Teens 4 . . , She likes to spend all of her spare time reading. McCAIN, RICHARD L. Dick has participated in Hi- Y l . . . Pageant l . . . Talent and Band Comm .... He also has been at Grossmont since his freshman year and plans to go on to San Diego Junior Col- lege, He loves the color blue and pizza, of course. V L ,-.:.,,:.a, ,,- , . ,f-, , iff ' i' J' ff I . 1 I . -x . A . . ' . if 7 Aly, fresh' 'ij Z' '- -A .b Q- -Q. if . LEE, NORMA JEAN All the wonderful things in the world couldn't fully de- scribe Norma. Norma, our cute ed-in-chief of the '55 annual, possesses a fond liking for good ole Americano hamburgers. She has attended the Foothiller school for four years now and her next destination is Brigham Young University. While not husy with outside "interests," Norma had time for Duchesses 4 . . . Annual Staff 3 . . . Ed- in-chief 4 , . . G,A.A. 3 . . . prexy 4 . . . Ditch Day Comm. 4,,.Y-Teensl,2,3... Stuclent Council 4. LEVIKOW, MARTHA JILL "Jillo," who is worth her weight in gold, has been at Grossmont since her freshman year and since then she has become noted for her sparkling personality. She hopes to at- tend U.C.L.A. and someday to become a primary teacher. She was very active in Moonsweep- ers2,3,4...Veep4... Marston Conference . . . Y- Teens . . . Girls League 3 . . . Election Board 4 . . . A.S.B. Nominating Convention 2, 3 . . . Jill also loves to talk and eat pickles. LIVINGSTON, CARLTON STANLEY Carl is not too sure about his future although he hopes to go to San Diego Junior College. His favorite pastime is eating pizza and taking girls places. His favorite food is hamburgers and his favorite color is blue. His activities included Jokers 3,4...Knights4... Marching Band 2, 3, 4 , . . Concert Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Stu- dent Council 3, 4 . . . Pep Pushers 2, 3, 4 . . . A.S.B. Nominating Convention 3. LONGINO, MARGIE LA GENE "Give me the wide open spaces" seem to fit this darling gal from Texas. Margie's de- sire is to someday become an efficient dental hygienist. She was active in Quill and Scroll . , . Girls League . , . Chancel Choir . . . She plans to attend San Diego State College. LUCK, LEA RAE Lea likes parties, dancing, and of course pizza. She plans to continue her schooling at San Diego State College where she will major in elementary teaching. She was active in Y-Teens l, 2, 4 . . . Blade and Edge l . . . Pep Pushers 2, 4. McCLAIN, WILLIAM JR. "Bill" as he is known around the campus has the wonderful ambition of always being hap- py. He came to Grossmont in his freshman year and hopes to continue his education in college. Bill was in Hi-Y l, 2, 3,4,..Veep3...Pres4 . . . Cross Country l, 2 . , . Track 4 . . . Jr. Prom Comm. 3 . . . Model Legislature 3 . . . Governor's Traffic Conference 4 . . . Pageant 3 . . . Marston Conference 2, 3, 4 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . . He was also our outstanding President of the ASB, 4. McCLELLAN, MARY LOU "Lulu" plans to attend Po- mona College and then become a teacher. Grossmont gained a wonderful person when Mary Lou came here rn her sopho more year She has been actrve rn Pageant 2 Y Teens 2 3 Moonsweepers 3 4 Darsy Charn 3 Upper House Homecomrng queen at tendant 4 Marston Con ference 3 4 Grrls League Comm 2 3 Shy but sweet descrrbes Mary Lou McGARIGLE ROBERT S Bob rs undecrded as to a col lege rrfe but hrs ambrtron rs to be a salesman He has been at Grossmont srnce hrs freshman year and has made many frrends Hrs favorrte pastrme rs workrng on cars He loves taco partres McKEON MARY KATHRYN Kay as she rs more common ly known has been at Gross mont all of her four years and hopes to go to Santa Barbara U of C She loves shrrmp and spaghettr and has a flamrng de srre to own a red convertrble Blade and Edge l 2 3 4 Horrzon Club 3 Foothrll Echoes 3 Trrbune Gross mont Teen News Correspondent Pom Pon Corps 2 3 McLONEY LANNY JASON Jason plans to attend Brrg ham Young Unrversrty rn Pro vo Utah upon graduatrng He came to Grossmont rn l952 and has partrcrpated rn B Basket b 2 3 and F P Camprng Hrs ambrtron rs to become an electrrcal engrneer Hrs f vorrte food rs rce cream Jason rs always ready wrth a poke Hes a great guy as everyone wrll agree McMANUS ADA JOAN Ada has been rn Y Teens 2 Socral Charrman 4 Pom Pon 2 3 4 ep P s ers 2 3 4 Roller Skatrng Club l ASB Nomrnatrng Conventron 2 3 Horrzon Club 2 3 Electron Board Artrzans 4 Shes a four year Gross monter Her arnbrtron rs to be marrred and her favorrte pas trme rs of course gorng places wrth Howard MACOMBER FRANCES JOY Joy always looks lrke she rust stepped out of Vogue She rs rust the krnd nature never worrres Joy rs a lrvely brunette wrth lots of personalrty and Sprrrt f fi YW McDILL, BEN TAYLOR Pageant 3 4 . . , ASB. Play 4 . . . Red Robe Choir 4 . have been the activities of Ben rn has four years at Gross mont Whether college wrll be come a part of hrs lrfe rs un decrded rrght now Hrs ambr tron rs to be a gunner on submarrne McGREW VIRGINIA LOUISE An actrve wrse and wrtty lass rs Vrrgrnra wrth her short golden harr Beany as she rs known lrkes flag twrrlrng out door spo r t s and przza he plans to go to San Drego State College She was rn Flag Corps Red Robe Chorr 3 Stardusters 2 3 4 Veep 2 Pres 3 4 GAA F Grad Usherette 3 lnter Club C uncrl 2 3 4 Pres 4 Hrx Mrx Comm ag eant 3 4 Student Councrl McKOON HOSMER CHANDLER Spaghettr and meatballs seem to be Hosmers favorrte drsh After graduatron he wrll attend San Drego State College and he plans to become an engrneer He was rn Red Robe Chorr 4 and was a great asset to the senror class McMANIS DOROTHY Dotty plans to be a steno typrst after graduatron She lrkes to swrm and watch just about any sport In her spare trme she lrkes to srt down and relax wrth a good book Pru nt Proper and Prrm Do ty a swell gal MACKTAL STELLA CATHRINE The Best Thrngs rn Lrfe are Free rf you dont belreve rt rust ask and see as Stella wrll tell you She loves dancrng swrmmrng and also lrstenrng to the Glen Mrller Album She was rn Student Councrl Teens 4 Kaoselles Horrzon Club Pom Pon 3 Her plans for college are uncertarn yet but she defrnrtely knows she lrkes przza and tacos MALMBERG GARY G Gary lrkes to work on hrs car rn hrs spare trme He came from Mrnnesota rn hrs senror year and hopes to be a brg success rn college Hrs favorrtes seem to be apples from Julran MANCINELLI PATRICIA P s ambition to b a good wife when she married Dick Sounds like a successful future Her pet peeve is clean ing dirt from her white bucks Besides her outside activities she has been kept busy with u ent l 2 3 Fresh man Council l Girls League Pom Pon 2 Mam se es 3 4 Pageant 3 A S B Nominating Convention Election Board 4 Teens 2 Pep Pushers 4 MARTINEZ RYAN LEON Martini as he is frequently called on campus hopes to at ten UCLA He came to Grossmont in his freshman year and seems crazy about the color red Activities and clubs partici pated included Band l 2 3 4 ch l ep nd l 2 Pageant Band Manager Knights 3 4 Daisy Chain 3 Prom Comm 3 Jr Due Comm 3 Election Board 4 Pep Push ers 4 F MATEJ RUTH MARIE Fried chicken swimming and dancing are rust a few of Ruth s pastimes She has been at Grossmont four years and has acquired many friends Her ambition is to be a secretary She will attend rumor college MAYO EDWARD LAWRENCE love he e I e says Eddie who would like to at- tend Claremont Men s College. He spends a lot of his spare time dancing or bowling. H was active in his four years at Grossmont Knights 2 3 . . . Pres, 4 , . , Hi-Y , , , Blade and Edge 2. MELVILLE LAURIE Swimming and music are a couple of Lauries favorites, Her activities included Marching Band 4 . . . Cadet Band 4 , .. Y.F.C. 4 , . , She is undecided as to what her ambition is but knows that she will attend Pa- cific Bible College in Azusa California. MESSING, LINDA CLAIN Linda came to us in her junior year from Florida and has been in Pageant 3, 4 . , . Eating pizza while she's reading a good book is what she likes to do best. MARTIN ROBERT 0 Bob like many other Gusses andGerties favors blue and gold as his colors He also favors any type of food He wants to be an electronics technician Spanish Conversation 2 Amateur Radio Club 4 F B L A 4 Torch and Saber were Bob s activities MASTRO RALPH DON To have a band of his own or to be a commercial photo grapher is Ralph s ambition He came to us from Saints the lOth grade and since then he has been active in Concert B n 2 3 4 His favorite pastime is spent in developing pictures MAYBERRY ELENORA VIOLA Going to movies is Elenora s favorite pastime and afterwards she enjoys going somewhere for a little popular Chinese food She plans to attend San Diego Jr College and then hopes to travel MECKE DAVID MOREL Dave like everyone else hates to get up in the morning His main desire is to someday sail around the world, Another one of his favorites is sea food. He has been at Grossmont since his freshman year and since has been active in Jokers 2 3 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Letterman s Club 4 . . . Basket- l . . . He plans to continue his education at the University of Miami Florida. MERRILL RICHARD ALLEN Dick spends all of his spare time playing his trombone. His ambition is to be a professional entertainer. He has no imme- diate plans for college as he plans to join the Air Force. Hamburgers rate high with him. Activities included Concert Band . . . Marching Band 3 4 . . . and Chevrons Club 4. MILLER, BRUCE WILLIAM Today let us playg tomorrow we may have to work is Bruce's motto. He likes to relax and also likes to sleep, He plans to be enrolled at the University of California at Riverside. He plans to be a chemical engineer, His activities at Grossmont were Daisy Chain . . . Math Club MILLER, GEORGENE MILLER, SHARON LENORE To be a beautician is the am- bition of Sharon, who has been at Grossmont since her fresh- man year, Her time at Gross- mont has been well taken with Torchettes l, 2, 3, 4 , , . Treas, 2 . . . Student Council l, 2 . . , Pep Pushers 4. MOCKLER, AGNES LYNN "Reddy" intends to continue on to college at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis and become a physical thera- pist, Lynn has participated in Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4 . . , Treas, 2, 4 . . . Pres. 3 . . . Ticket Squad 4 . . . Supervisor 4 , , . Jr. Statesman 3, 4 . . . DaisY Chain 3 . . . Senior Banquet and Dance Comm, 4. MONTGOMERY, MAURICE RICHARD "Monty" plans to attend col- lege. At Grossmont, he partici- pated in Speech 2, 3, 4 , . . ASB, Play 2, 3, 4 , . . Sr. Play 4 , . , Marston Conference I, 2, 3, 4 . , . Student Council l,2,3...ClassPres.4,.. Daisy Chain 3 . . . Pageant l, 2, 3 , , . Foothill Echoes 3 . , . Knights 2, 3, 4 , , . C.S,l:. l, 2, 3, 4 , , . Jr, Statesmen 2, 3, 4 , . . N,F.L. 2, 3, 4, MOORE, GLEN ALAN Glen will have a life full of sea and salt as his ambition is to make a career of the U.S. Navy. While he is not busy with Jokers 4 , , . and Hi-Y 4 , .. he likes to work on cars, He favors barbecued steak or ham. MOORE, JAMES DAVID Dave plans to attend Davis College and become a veterin- arian, ln his four years at Grossmont he has been in Pag- eant 2, 3, 4 , , , He specializes in eating nice thick steaks. 'Fil' 'C' , MILLER, RICHARD Marston Conference 3 ldlers 3, 4 , . , Road Ramblers 2, 3, 4 . . , Inter-Club Council 3 . , . Safety Conference 3 . . . have been the activities of Dick. He came to us from Woodrow Wi I s o n Jr, High School in his sophomore year. His ambition is to attend col- lege but as to which one he is not sure. Dick's pet peeve is dressing for gym when it's rain- ing, MILLS, MARILYN Jr, Sr, Y-Teens and Horizon Club . . . have been MariIyn's interests since she carne to Grossmont. She loves Thanks- giving dinner with all of the trimmings but dislikes conceit- Gd D60DIe. She hopes to attend a business college after gradu- ation, Her favorite pastime is watching sports of all kinds, MEZA, PATRICIA FRANCES Pat's ambition is to be a good housewife. She is known around the campus for her won- derful singing voice, Her fa- vorite pastime is singing and eating chili beans, her favorite food. Music has charms and 50 has musicians. MOORE, BRUCE W. Bruce's plans for which col- lege he will attend are not yet definite but he wants to go to college and become an elec- trician, He came to Grossmont in l95l and has been in Pag- eant 3, 4 , . , Blade and Edge I, 2, 3, 4 . , , Bruce likes to participate in almost any ac- tivity. MOORE, GLORIA MARGO Photography work and danc- ing are two main interests of Gloria or "Bubbets" as she is sometimes called, Her ambition is to work in Physical Therapy and nursing. While at Vallejo School she was active in An- nual Staff . . . School paper . , . She loves going to games and eating hamburgers, MORRIS, MARILYN MAY "Silence is golden" is Mari- lyn's motto, This shy blonde likes to cook and eat tacos. She would like to work for a while after graduation, She was in Porn Pon 2, 3, 4 . , , Girls League , . . ASB, Nominat- ing Convention . , . Publicity Asst, 3 . . , Blade and Edge , , , Pep Pushers, MULLER, KERRY ALEXANDER Kerry has been at Grossmont all of his four years and during that time he has participated in Red Robe Choir 2, 3, 4 , , A N.C.O .... Blade and Edge Club 3, 4 . . . He hopes to go to San Diego State College, and be an Ornithologist, He spends most of his spare time doing such things as ice skating, hunting, swimming, and riding. MURPHY, NANCY RUTH Irish Stew is the favorite dish of Nancy who came to us in her j u n i o r year from Point Loma. Her activities at Pt. Loma included Bible Club . . . G.A.A .... Bowling Club . . . After graduation she plans to become a camp counselor. Her favorite pastime is hiking. MYERS, BETTY "I hurry not, neither do I worry" reminds us of Betty with the long brown hair. She likes to take life easy. NELSON, LEON ALFRED "Bulldog," as he is known to some of his friends, has the pet peeve of getting bad grades. Don't we all? He has been at Grossmont all four years and hopes to attend Tempe Arizona College. His ambition is to someday play in a western band. At Grossmont he was in Foot- ball 4 . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . Let- terman Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Hi-Y 2, 3 . . . He loves to listen to western music. NEWBANKS, ANNE A friendly girl with many friends is Charlene. She would like to go to Bible college and become a missionary, She likes to listen to records and enjoys Mexican food. NEIDERHAUSER, WILLIAM ROBERT San Diego State College or University of California is the destiny of "Bill." He wants to be an archeologist or a his! torian. Grossmont Hi-Y 4 . . . and Varsity Football 4 , . , have been his activities in his four years here. Lemon pie rates high with Bill as his fa- vorite food, MUNZER, HAROLD W. H a r o I d, who doesn't like grouchy people, came to Gross- mont in l95I and is known for his friendliness. You always see him with a camera in his hand and a smile on his face. He loves to eat steaks with lots of french fries on the side. He has been active in Annual Staff 4 . . . His hobby is amateur radio station KGIAH and KN6lAH. MUSE, PHILIP JEAN "Flip" has been at Gross- mont four years and was a member of the F.F.A. 3, 4 . . . His ambition is to be a beach- comber. He likes to relax and take life easv. NASLUND, TOM B. Tom has but one pet peeve and that is getting up so early in the morning. His ambition is to have a lot of money and to retire and his pastime is girls. NESBAK, KARLA LEE Listening to Harlem Matinee is "Kay's" favorite p a s t i m e whose ambition is to see New Orleans at Mardi Gras time. Sounds colorful, doesn't it? She is a four year Grossmont Gertie. She will enroll at San Diego Junior College after graduation. NEWLIN, CAROL Torchettes 3, 4 . . . Veep 4 G,A.A. 3, 4 , . . Pep Pushers 2 ...PomPonl,2...Pan- Am3...Y-Teens4... Foothill Echoes 4 , , . have been the activities in which Carol has participated. After graduation she will attend San Diego Junior College and pre- pare herself to be an efficient private sec. NOBLE, FAWN Beauty and brains all in one describes Fawn with the three V'sg Vim, Vigor, and Vitality. Her ambition is to be an honor student at West Point. She plans to attend Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, next year. She e n i o y s pizza and loves taco parties, Her favorite pa stime is men, especially JERRY! Fawn has been active in Torchettes 4 . . . Student Council 3 . . . Student Senate I, 2 . . . Caporettes 2. NOTLY, BARBARA JOAN Barbara plans to attend San Diego State College to prepare herself for secretarial work. Much of her three years at Grossmont has been spent in studies besides her favorite pas- time which is having parties and going to the beach OKUNIEWICZ, MARY LOUISE "Manya," would be pleased to be a secretary or to work in the office of the new El Cajon high school. lt would be nice, wouldn't it? She has been at Grossmont since her junior year and spends her time going to the movies. She loves pizza, too. OTSULSO. HOWARD OLSULSO Whenever you see Howard you can be sure he'll be enjoy- ing his favorite drink which is malts. Alt h o u g h he's gone through twelve years of school- ing he will further his educa- tion at San Diego State College where he'll learn all about ra- dios. PARLI, JERRY WAYNE Jerry's ambition is to own a real "Hot Rod." He plans to attend college, but is undecid- ed as to which one. Jerry is a great guy as everyone will tell you. In his four years at Gross- mont he has participated in Football l, 2 , . . Varsity Foot- ball3,4...Dukes3,4... Sec. 4 . , . Letterman's Club 3, 4 . . . Student Council l, 2, 3, 4. PARFET, JAMES Working in silver is Jim's fa- vorite pastime. His favorite food is good ole' fried chicken with all the trimmings. He was ac' tive in Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . After graduation Jim will work as a forest ranger. PATTON, BARBARA MARY "Babs" hopes to attend Jun- ior College in San Diego and work in an office in the future. Her favorite pastime is spent in dancing and roller skating, Her four years at Grossmont have been filled with Roller Skating Club l . . . Stardusters 4 . . . Y-Teens 4. .5 ' 3 ce. OHLSON, SHAROLEE SIGRID Swimming and talking are Sigrid's favorite pastime with time out to enjoy a good ole hamburger. She came to Gross- mont in her senior year from Hoover High and plans to at- tend San Diego State College. Her ambition is to become a psycho nurse. Her activities were Girls' League 4. OLEA, MICHAEL RICHARD Whenever you walk into the Pizza House, you'll find Mike smiling over a dish of spaghetti. His two years at Grossmont have included Jokers 3, 4 . . . Knights 4 . , . Artizans 3, 4 . . . Pageant 4 . . , His favorite pastime is working on his car. OWENS, HOWARD B. JR. "Sonny" has been at Gross- mont since his freshman year and has been active in F,F.A. 2, 3, 4 . . . His favorite color is the popular blue and his fa- vorite food is pizza. He hopes to attend Cal Poly College in San Luis Obispo and become a rancher. PAPIN, EDWARD PHILIP ldlers 3 . . . J.V, Baseball 3 , , , Jokers 4 . . , were the ac- tivities participated in by Phil. He came to us from Mt. Empire in his junior year. He hopes to go on to San Diego State Col- lege and then to someday be- come a professional baseball player. His favorite pastime is athletics, automobiles and Mari- lyn. Tacos are also one of his favorite dishes. PASCHEN, JOYCE ANN Joyce is undecided about col- lege but she is sure about her ambition to be a fishion design' er, Since her freshman year at Grossmont she has been active in Artizans . , . Her favorite pastime is folk dancing and painting. PEIGHTAL, CHARLES RONALD Having been with us since his freshman year he has made many friends, His ambition is to be a millionaire. Ron enjoys swimming, corn on the cob and playing football. Like the rest of the loyal Grossmonters the wonderful colors of blue and gold are his favorites. PERRIGO, YVONNE ARLEEN "Vonnie" isn't certain about the near future. She plans to attend Stanford or University of California to become a teacher or a nurse. She loves pizza and also her English and social problems classes. She was in C.S.F. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Blade andEdgel,2...Veep3... Sec. 4 . . . Tri-Hi-Y l, 2 . .. Sec. 3 . . . Ticket Squad 2, 3 . . , Chairman 4 . . , Prom Comm. 3 . . . Election Board 3,4,..Y-Teens3,4.,. G,A.A. 2, 3 , . . Pageant 3, 4 . . . Pep Pushers l, 2, 3, 4. PETERSON, EDWARD ROY Swimming Club l . . . Chev- rons 3 . . . Math Club 3, 4 . . . Torch and Saber 4 . . . Bible Club 4 . . . have been Eddy's activities at Grossmont during his four years here. Hamburgers rate as his favorite as does a tall cold glass of but- termilk. Eddy's ambition is to attend San Diego State College. PODVIN, THOMAS CHARLES State College and then Ber- keley is Charlie's destination. His ambition is to be an en- gineer. He likes to skin dive and also loves to enioy steaks. He was in Pageant 3. POWELL, ANN BURNSIDE Ann, who is a wonderful girl, has been at Grossmont all of her four years and since then she has participated in Y-Teens 3,4...Sec.3...Girls League Health Comm. 2 . . . Mamselles 3, 4 . . . Blade and Edge l . . . Election Board 2, 3...PepPushers2,3... Girls League Good Grooming 4 . . . ASB. Nominating Conven- tion 2, 4 . . . Senior Banquet and Dancc. PRATT, EARLENE B. "Neen" has been at Gross- mont since her freshman year and hopes to continue her edu- cation at a business college to become a beauty operator. Her favorite pastime is listening to music and dancing. Fried chicken is also one of her fa- vorites. Her activities included GAA. 3, 4. RAEBURN, LAURIE KEITH Laurie has no plans for col- lege but we can tell he's going to live a happy life because his ambition is to have lots of money, He has enjoyed partici- pating in the ldlers . . . and his favorite pastime is girls. whiff Zia PETERS, JOHN CHRISTIAN "Tiney," who is always ready with a smile, came to Gross- mont in i952 and since then he has been in Pageant 3 . . . John has only one pet peeve, and that's bad drivers. He hopes to become a contractor in the near future. PLUTCHAK, LARRY BRUCE Larry came to us in his sophomore year from Helix and has since participated in Track 2, 3,4 . . .He hopes to go on to further his education at San Diego College. Larry is also fond of pizza. as Z V W 7. f O12 7-T V' 0 5 7' jo ff? f'z?fiWffWL 415 POSTMUS, WILLIAM Qvvcqf 2 M007 PRATHER, JULIA JANE Julie has an unusual ambi- tion of owning the most fabu- lous collection of Progressive Jazz in the world, We wish her much luck. After graduation she plans to attend Jr. College in San Diego. She was in Hori- zon Club 2 . . . Roller Skating Club l, 2 . . . Torchettes 3, 4 . . . Sec. 4 . . .Girls League 4. PUMPHREY, JONAS WILSON Cherry pie is this wonderful guy's favorite dish. Being at Grossmont all four years he has participated in Red Robe Choir l,2,3,4...Veep3,4... Football l, 3 , . . Letterman's Club2...Dukes3,4... Pageant l, 2, 3 . , . Pep Push- ers 3, 4 . . . He plans to at- tend Cal Poly or Davis College. RAINS, DONELLE SANDRA Donnie wants a job in an in- surance company and later to be married, She has been in Y.F,C. l, 2, 3 , . . Foothill Echoes 3, 4 . . . G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . . Her spare time is spent writing letters and reading. mfg-Q lgefa-J oJ'z.L qf C LA qu? Zfsff, RAMSDELL, DOLORES ICLENDENENI A friendly girl with many friends is Dolores. Her favorite pastime is having fun trying to cook and learning to sew, Her ambition is to be a good home- maker and mother. She hopes to go to night school in Indi- ana. This fine girl with very expressive eyes was active in Red Robe Choir . . . Horizon Club . , . Y-Teens 4. RAPP, VIRGINIA MARIE "Didge," as she is sometimes called, came to Grossmont in her junior year from Phoenix, Arizona. She plans to become a nurse after attending Mercy Nursing College, She was active on the Election Board 4. REAL, IRMA RACHAEL Speech is great but silence is greater which seems to remind us of lrma who is on the shy side, This great gal is known by many of our Gusses and Gerties. REISS, NORMA JEAN "Buckeye" has been at Gross- mont since her freshman year. She has worked her way right to the top of the music depart- ment being in the Les Belles Trio, She was also active in Pep Pushers 2, 3, 4 . . . Red Robe Choir 3, 4 . , . Band 2 ...Y.F.C. l . . , Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Election Board 3 . . . Pan Am 3 . . , Her favorite pastime is singing and dancing. REXFORD, WILLIAM HENRY Chop suey and roller skating rate as two of Bill's favorites. His ambition is to be a butcher, He came to us in his sophomore year, and sin:e he has been at Grossmont he has participated in Football. RHODES, CLIFFORD Cliff, who has no plans in the way of college yet has the full ambition of agriculture, and his favorite food is beef He has been active in F.F.A since he came here in his soph- Omore year, His favorite pasa time is participating in, or watching good rodeos. x 'tan' f E 'X 57? 4 it . RANDALL, JANE ANN Jane's future includes mar- riage and her ambition is to have a happy married life with Bob. In her four years at Gross- mont she has participated in Class Treas. 2 . , . Pom Pon 2 . , . Red Robe Choir 2, 3, 4 . , . Sec. 4 . . . Pageant 2, 3, 4 , . . Y-Teens l 2 3 Prom Comm. 3 , Sr. Dance ani Banquet Comm, 4 . . , Pep Pushers 2, 3, 4 , . , Mars- ton Conference 2, 4 , . . Inter- Cluo Council 4 . . , Blade and Edge l, 2 . . . Moonsweepers 3, 4 . . . Pres. 4. RASMUSSEN, LOWELL "Come on gang, let's go" you'Il often hear Lowell re- mark. He's got lots of spirit but Ohhh? how he likes to loaf. REINKE, KONRAD BRUNO "Connie" plans to attend college in Annapolis and has the ambition of becoming an admiral. His activities have in- cluded Pageant , . . lnter-club Council . , . Student Council . . . Torch and Saber. RENZ, GERALDINE INEZ To be a seamstress is Gerry's ambition. She will attend San Diego State College and later Santa Barbara College. She en- joys hamburgers and malts. She was in Y-Teens l , . . Her fa- vorite pastime is spent playing tennis. RHAMY, NORETA DEANNE Dee has been at Grossmont all of her four years and has participated in Y-Teens l, 2, 3 . . . Social Chairman 4 . . . Ci.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4 , . . Artizans 4 . . , Veep. 4 . . . Sophomore Veep . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . , Junior Commissioner of Cul- tural Affairs . , . Jr. Ring Comm .... Pageant 3 . . . Marston Conference l, 2, 3 . . . Sr, Banquet and Dance Comm. . . . Freshman Council . . . Student Council 2, 3 . . . Upper House 2. RICHARDSON, JUDITH KAY Judy has a common pet peeve and that's teachers who give a lot of homework and tests. Upon graduation she hopes to complete four years at San Diego State College. Her ambition is to be a good house wife and mother, Judy also loves pizza, While Judy was in Indiana High Schools she was in G.A.A .,.. Student Council . . , Masque and Scondee . . . Girls League , . . and Chorus. RICHARDSON, PATRICIA R. Pat, who has been at Gross- mont since her freshman year, has participated in Alpine Tri- Hi-Y . . . Her plans for college are still undecided, but her ambition is to be a speedy typist. Her favorite pastimes are listening to music, dancing, and enioying spaghetti dinners. RIGGS, WALDON GALE Wally, or "Red" if you pre- fer, loves any Spanish food that's hot. He has been at Grossmont for four years and plans to go on to the University of California at Davis and be a veterinarian. He spends all of his spare time hunting and fish- ing. RIOS, LUPE Lupe has the ambition that most girls have, she wants to get married and be a good house wife. Spaghetti and meat balls rate high on this girl's list as her favorite food. Black and red are tops for her fa- vorite color. ROACH, GEORGE HOLLOWAY George, who is everyone's best friend, has been here four years and has been active in Football l, 2 , . . DUKGS 3, 4 . , . Annual Staff 3, 4 , . . Sr. Gift Comm, 4 , . , Roller Skat- ing Club I, 2 . . , George plans to enter college in Los Angeles. His ambition is to be a morti- cian. His favorite saying seems to be "lf you can't kill time, work it to death." ROGERS, RENE Rene has brought many hon- ors and much recognition to Grossmont, He has been active in Cross Country l, 2, 3, 4 .,.Trackl,2,3,4..,His ambition is to be an F.B.l. agent and to just relax. No special kind of food for Rene, Just food in general. ROSELEE, JOYCE THELMA La Jolla's loss was Gross- mont's gain when "Johy" came to us in her sophomore year. Her favorite pastime is model- ing and her ambition is to be a professional model. Tacos also rate high with her as her favorite food. Joyce is a swell girl and will no doubt reach her highest goal in life. :Pwr S, ix Q 4. f Y PJ, f r ,Q M . , A f 37 W Q, lrmfx.. 5551 RICKETTS, SONDRA JOAN Blade and Edge 3, 4 . . . Y- Teens3,4..,Veep4... have been Sandy's activities at Grossmont. Her ambition is to work in some professional field, She hasn't decided which col- lege she will attend. RIGHTENOUR, DAVID "Herk," as he is sometimes known, dislikes too much school work but is a good worker. His favorite pastime includes his church activities and hunting. He has been at Grossmont since his freshman year, and has the ambition of going to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, Dave seems to like get- ting up early in the morning. RITCHIE, JOANNE EXIE Jo came to Grossmont in her iunior year from Hoover High and since she has participated in Horizon Club 4 . . . Y-Teens 4 . . , Her ambition is to be a private secretary. She spends her spare time ice skating and eating the ever popular pizza. ROBINSON, JERRY Band . . . Math Club . . . have been Rubensteins c tivities at Grossmont He favors swimming above all other sports He will be a student at San Diego State College next year His ambition is to be a mathe metician ROSE EKKEHARRD WILFRIED Eddie with his cute German accent spent nine years Germany going to school and then came to Grossmont in his spohomore year and since has made many friends and has been active in Red Robe Choir , . . Torch and Saber 4. ROSS, SHIRLEY MAE Shirley would like to be a primary teacher and a house- wife after graduation, She likes to dance, eat pizza and tacos, She has participated in ASB. Nomination Convention 2 . . . Student Council l . , . Horizon Club 3. . ,Pom Pon 2, 3, 4 ...Pep Pushers 3, 4 . ,. Kaoselles 4 . , , Shirley is known for her beautiful red xhair. RUSH, JAMES JOSEPH "Jim" always has a smile on his face and his eyes always speak if his lips don't, He came to Grossmont in his sophomore year and hopes to go to San Diego Junior College upon grad- uation. He loves pizza and hates gossip. While at Gross- mont he was active in Student Council 2 . . . Football 2, 3 . . . Jim is well liked by all who know him, SAMPLE, KENNETH MARTIN "Jeep" loves to race cars as his ambition which is racing, seems to show. He plans to at- tend forestry college. He has participated in Nominating Convention 2, 3 . , . Student Council l . . . Jokers 4 . . . Cross Country 3. SATHER, PHILIP ODEAN Grossmont will miss Philip but not as much as his fellow students. SCHELEGEL, CATHERINE LOUISE Cathy's ambition is to join some branch of the women's service but has no plans for college yet. She has been here since her freshman year and her favorite pastime is home- making and her favorite food is soup. SCULLY, JURENE CARMEN Judy likes to hike and draw and also likes ltalian food but dislikes people who call the pom pon corps Hpapershakersf' She plans on continuing on to San Diego State College and be a commercial artist. Her activi- ties included Pom Pon 2, 3, 4 . . . Captain 4 . . . Election Board 3 . . . Artizans 4 , . . Foothill Echoes 4, SEVICK, NANCY ANN "Precious th i ng s come in small packages" and Nancy is one of our most precious. Her ambition is to be a dental tech- nician. Her favorite pastime is going places and her pet peeve is people who call her "mouse" Nancy likes to eat pizza, tacos, and cotton candy. Her time at G HS has been well sDent with CSF. 2, 4 . . . Prom Comm. 3 . , . Pom Pon 3 . . . Marston Conference 3, 4 . . . Duchesses 4 , . . Daisy Chain 3 . . .Girls League Comm. 3, 4 . . . Stu- dent Council 4 . . Class Of- ficer 4. J' !Z"'17 I t it rms SALAS, DARLENE Student Council l, 3 . , . Girls League l, 3, 4 . . . Hori- zon Club 4 . . , Y-Teens l, 4 . . . After game Dance Comm. 4...G.A.A, l,3...Pan- Am l . . , Commissioner of Publicity 3 . . . have been the extent of Darlene's activities in her four years at Grossmont. After graduation she wants to go to Woodbury Business Col- lege in Los Angeles to prepare herself for secretarial work. SARDELLA, VIRGINIA RUTH Ginger came to Grossmont in her freshman year and has greatly added to our famous school spirit. She hopes to go to the University of Redlands and become an elementary teacher, She spends her spare time singing as that is her fa- vorite pastime. She was in Red Robe Cl'1Oir 3, 4 , , , Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4 . . . A.S,B. Nomi- nating Convention 2 , . , Pep PUSHGFS l, 2, 3, 4 , , , Pageant 2, 3, 4 . . . Election Board 3, 4 . . . Junior Ring Comm, 2, SAYRE, DARLENE DONNA Darlene, who came to us from Hoover in her sophomore Year, is crazy about watermelon and the beautiful color of blue. She has been very active in Duchesses 3, 4 , , , Social Chairman 4 . . . Foothill Echoes 4 . , . Girls League 3 . . . Dar. lene is a wonderful gal with lots of spirit. SCHULTZ, JOHN CONRAD "Bunk" has no plans con- cerning college yet but hopes to join the forestry after grad. uation. He has been at Gross- mont four years, He loves eat. ing soaghetti, sleeping and tak- ing life easy, but dislikes his- tory. While at Grossmont he was active in Track l, 2, 3, 4. SENIOR, JACQUELYNE "Jackie," who absolutely loves hamburgers, came to Grossmont in her sophomore year. Since then, she has par- ticipated in G.A.A. . , . Y-Teens 3, 4 . , . She hopes to go on to San Diego Jr. College and to become a police woman someday. SHARP, PHYLISS JANE "Phyl," who came to us in her freshman year, hopes to be enrolled at USC, and become a dental hygienist. Could this be when she loves chocolate cake? While here at Grossmont she participated in G.A.A. l, 2 . . . Band 2, 3 . . . Pep Pushers l, 2, 3, 4 , . . Girls League l, 3,4...Pageantl,2,3... Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 . . . Moon- sweepers 3, 4 , . . Daisy Chain 3..,PromComm.3... C. S. F, 3, 4 . . . Marston Can- ference 3 . . . ASB. Decora- tion Comm. 3 . . . Sr. Pl-BY 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . , Sec, of Sr. Class 4. SHELNUTT, JACK OWEN All enjoyed Jack as a mem- ber of Idlers . . . Blade and Edge . . . FFA . . . He also likes to hunt and drive trucks. His ambition is to be with the Navy Construction, SHUMAN, NANCY KAY Nan has been acitve in Pag- eant 2 . . . Student Council 2, 3 . . , lnter-club Council 3 . . . Foothill Echoes 3, 4 . . . Hori- zon Club 3 . . . Marston Con- ference 2 . . . Pan Am 2, 3 . . . Torchettes 2, 3 . . . Elec- tion Board 3 . . . She loves tacos and being with Bob. She plans to become a secretary later on and also has made much room and many plans in her life for marriage. SIMPSON, ROGER DALE Fried chicken is Dale's fa- vorite dish. "Rog," as he is sometimes known, has been at Grossmont since his freshman year and plans to go on to U.S.C. His ambition is to be an engineer. He spends his spare time building and flying model planes. While at G.H.S. he was active in Band l, 2, 3 . , . Torch and Saber Club 3, 4. SISK, BETTY LYNN "Bets" has been at Gross- mont four years and hates to graduate. Her ambition is to be married and live a happy life. She has been active in Girls League Rep. , . , Her spare time is spent listening to music. SLAGLE, BARBARA ANN "Barb's" pet peeve is rosy cheeks, but on her they look terrific! She has been at Gross- mont four years, and her future plans include marriage. Her ac- tivities included Y-Teens l . . . Flag 2, 3, 4. . .Captain 4. , . Stardusters 2, 3, 4 . . . Horizon Club 3 . . . Red Robe Choir 3, 4 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . . Pag- eant 2, 3 . . . Girls League Sec. 4 , . . Moonsweepers 4 , . . Election Board 4, SMALL, RUBY LEE Ruby, with her sweet dispo- sition, hopes to attend San Diego State College and later to teach art in High School. While at Grossmont she earned her title of Queen in being Homecoming Queen 4 . . , Pag- eantl,2...Por-nPon2,.. Student Council 3, 4 . . . lnter- club Council 4 . . . Sec. 4 . . . Ticket Squad 4 . , . Dance De- coration Comm, 4 . . . Artizans 3, 4. . . Duchesses 4 . ,. SHUMAN, MARY JOAN Going places with Jack is .lody's favorite past i me. She wants to attend a beauty school and become a beautician. Her favorite food is tacos, SIERRAND, LEONARD CLARK College is Sonny's destina- tion, He'll educate himself for veterinarian's work. His favor- ite pastime is just "living" and eating pizza. He has partici- pated in Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4,..PepBandl,2,3,4 . . . Pageant 2, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . , F.A.A. 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball l. SINGLETON, VAL KENNETH Val would like to be a den- tist someday. He likes to go to football games. He also likes to dance. He wants to attend U.S.C. after graduation. While at Grossmont he was active in Hi-Y 2 . . . Red Robe Choir 4. SLADEK FRANK EDWARD V Football l Var sity Football 3 Basketball J V Track 3 have been Butchs activities Steak dinners seem to rate as his fa vorite food and h also likes skin diving and spear fishing l-le wants to be an aeronautical engineer His plans for which colleg hell attend are not yet definite SMALL BARBARA LOUISE o bi w os a fast gal with a needle loves to dance but most of her spare time s spent sewing She came to Gro smont from Woodrow Wil son Junio. High as a fr h- man and plans to become secretary and housewife, SMITH, EDWARD MICHEAL Ed likes many things such as hunting, fishing and iust all types of sports. His plans for college are uncertain, He came to Grossrnont in his freshman year and since has been active in Varsity Football 3, 4 . . . Track 2, 3, 4 . . , Eddie is a wonderful person with a fine personality, SMITH, JAMIE WINTON Jamie and his saxophone get along fine together. He hopes to someday have his own band, His spare time is spent playing his saxophone. He has been at Grossmont all of his four years and loves any kind of food. He has been active in Band l, 2, 3, 4. SMITH, LAURENCE DONALD "Larnk" came to us in the l2th grade from Lincoln and since has been a friend to many. He loves meat loaf, steaks and cherry pie and also the color of blue. His ambition is to own a small boat. His fa- vorite pastime is skin diving. SPEARS, HAROLD GEORGE To be a disc jockey is HaI's desire. He enjoys fried chicken, I iste n i n g to Ray Anthony's "Thunderbird" and going to drive-ins. Women and cars take up his spare time. SPERRY, ARIO MARTIN Marty enjoys swimming and dancing or just about any sport. He participated in Spanish Club l,2,3,..DaisyChain3... He will attend San Diego State College and prepare himself to be an Electronics Engineer. SPRENGER, LEILA LAURAINE "Lee," who is known as our bubbling ball of fire, has the ambition of being a buyer in a clothing department. She was in Band l, 2, 3 . . . Y-Teens l, 2,3...Pageant2,3... A.S.B, Nominating Convention 3,..PepPushersl... Moonsweepers 3, 4 . . , His- torian 4 . . . Prom Comm. 3 . . . Guest Buyer for Hafters 4 . , . Songleader 4. STERKEL, RICHARD ALLAN Jokers , . . was Dick's main interest at Grossmont, He will go to San Diego State College after graduation. His ambition is to finish college. He likes to eat shrimp and also likes to work on cars. M SMITH, JOYCE ELAINE Joyce, who is known to many for her friendliness plans to go to San Diego State College and later to become an elementary teacher was active in CSF. l . . . Skating Club l . . . Pag- eant 2, 4 . . . Student Council 2 . . , Girls League Comm, 3 .. .Prom Comm. 3 . . . ASB. Convention 3 . . . Pom Pon Corps2,3..Lt.3..,Hix Mix 2, 3, 4 . . . Duchesses 2, 3, 4 . . . Historian 3 . . . Inter- Club Council 4 . . , Girls League Social Comm. 4 , , , Songleader 4. SOUSA, DANNY WALTER "Walter" has been at Gross- mont since his freshman year. His favorite pastime is vaca- tioning, His favorite color is red. SPENCER, MARILYN Marilyn came to us from Hoover High in her senior year. She wasted no time getting into Horizon Club . . . She would like to become a receptionist after attending San Diego Jun- ior College. SPERRY, YVONNE "E. V.," who hopes to at- tend San Diego State College and become a nurse. She came to us from El Cajon Jr. High School, and has been at Gross- mont four years. While at Grossmont she was active in Torchettes 3, 4 . . . Red Robe Choir 2, 3, 4 . . . Specialties 2 ...Pageant 2, 3, 4. . .She is especially fond of pizza and the color blue. STELLJES, BARBARA ANN Barbara's favorite pastime is going to Balboa Park. She has been with us since her fresh- man year and plans to someday be a dental assistant. She also loves roast beef and the popu- lar color of light blue. STEWARD, FRANK .lesse's ambition is to have a lot of money. He loves to listen to music and also enjoys eat- ting tacos, Frank says he won't be a slave to work and worry as he likes to just relax and take life easy. STEWART, BEVERLY STOCKALPER, BOB FRANK "Roby" came to Grossmont in his sophomore year from Ra- mona and has been active in Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 - . . Fw- ball l . . . F.F.A. l, 2, 3, Letterman's Club l . ...UHIS favorite pastime iS Dafflclpaf' ing in all sports. He has no plans for college yet but l'10PeS to own a cattle ranch someday. STRONG, RONALD CHURCHILL To be an art teacher and travel to Europe is Ron's ambi- tion. He plans to attend San Diego State ColleQe. ,Hls Ja' vorite pastime is spent In Palm' ing as well as Knights 21 3' 4 ...Blade and Edge l, 2 . Jokers 4 . . . Student Council 3 , , , Pep Pushers 2 . . . DaisY Chain 3. SUNBURY, NANCY ELIZABETH Nancy, who graduated in January, wants to spend her life being a good wife and mother. Her favorite food is tacos and her favorite color is red. Her activities include Blade and Edge l . . . C.S.F. 2, 3, 4 . . . Senior after Game Dance Comm. 4 . . . Graduation and Bacc. Usherette 3 . . . Y-Teens 4. TANONIS, KATHERINE Pom Pon Corps . . . Election Board . . . Y-Teens . . . and Pep Pushers . . . were KGTYIS activities. She came to Gross- mont from Kearny, and hopes to go to San Diego State Col- lege. Katy, who loves ham- burgers, has the a bition of flying. Gro C TASH, CONNIE LOU Connie has been active in Girls' League Comrn. 2 . . - Junior Prom Comm. 3 . . . Foot- hill Horizon Club 2, 3 . . . Veep3...PomPon3... Sr. Scholastic Comm. 4 . . . C. S. F. 2, 3, 4 , , . Y-Teens 3 . , . Marston Conference 3 ...Red Robe Choir 3, 4... Pageant 3, 4 . . . Quill and Scroll 3,4..,veeo4..- Foothill Echoes 3, 4 . . . ASSO- ciate Editor 4 . . . Sr. Shorts 4. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4 . .. Election Board 4 , . . Annual Staff 3, 4 . . , Assistant Editor 4 . . . Inter-club Council 3, 4 , , . Sec. 4 . . . Connie always has a smile on her face and is STILLE, ROBERT JOHN Bob has been a great asset to Grossmont since he came here in his sophomore year. He has been on the Foothill Echoes 3, 4 . . . Sports Editor 4 . . . He came from Woodrow Wilson Jr. High and hopes to go on to Berkeley. He has a promis- ing ambition of becoming a cartoonist and journalist. STOCKTON, ROBERT CLEVE Bob's four years at Gross- mont have been full of much fun and many friends. While at Grossmont he was active in Stu- dent Council l, 2 . . . Basket- ball l . . . J. V. Football 2 . . . Dukes 3 . . , Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4 . . . Letterman's Club 3, 4 . . . Bob's favorite pas- time is taking a special person special places. His ambition is to be a writer. STUTZMAN, JUDITH DEE ANN "Judie" has been at Gross mont since October, l953, and since then she has been active in Red Robe Choir 4 , . . She loves tacos and spaghetti. Her Ambition is to live in San An- fOniO, Texas, and she spends her spare time listening to mu- sic, Being a housewife agrees with Judie. SWADLEY, ROBERT Bob, who looks mighty shy, hopes to be a truck driver. He has been at Grossmont four Years and has participated in Ag, l, 2, 3 . . .One of his favorite dishes is good ole fried chicken. TAPPY CHARLENE arlie as she is c m monlv referred to is well known around the campus for her friendly disposition and happy smile Her ambition is to go to college at San Diego State Swimming and talking are just a few of her favorite pastimes She came here in her sopho more year from Chula Vista and since then has been active in Election Board 3 a ent234 YTeens34 Ticket Squad 4 Re Robe Choir 2 3 Pep Push e 2 3 GAA 3 4 TASH SALLY SUE She loves being with Don. S y is a friend to all w ' h proves her ambition of making everyone happy is certainly coming true. She has been ac- tive in Spanish Club l . . . - Teens 3 . . . Horizon Club 2, . . . Mamselles 4 . . . ag- eant 3 . . . Girls League Social Comm. 4 . . . Senior Dance 4 , . . Marston Conference 2 . . . Inter-Club Council 3 , . . An- nual Staff 4 . . . Hi Debber Council 4. TAYLOR, MARY SUZANNE To get married is Mary's am- bition. Her favorite pastime is playing the piano, What's her favorite food? Why it's that good ole fried chickenl And her favorite color is purple, Her pet peeve is that one certain lioy Anyone have any ideas? THIBODEAU, BARRY lnter-Club Council 3, 4 . . Dukes 4 . . . ldlers 3, 4 , . . Football 2, 3, 4 , . . Letter- man's Club 3, 4 . . . Sr. Privi- lege Comm. 4 . , . Election Board 4 , . , have been the activities of the well known and friendly Barry. His ambition is to be an engineer. All of Barry's friends will agree that Barry is just about tops around the campus, THOMAS, GARY MUELLER Gary, who's favorite saying is "Get Thee Behind Me Satin and Push," is a wonderful per- son, He has many friends and is known for his fine person- ality. Gary hopes to go to San Diego State College. He loves steak dinners about as much as he does parties, He was in Dukes 3, 4 . . , Letterman's Club 3, 4 . , . Frosh Football l,,.J.V.Football2,.. Varsity Football 3, 4, TRIPP, CAROL ANN Carol has been at Grossmont since her junior year and since then has been busy with Arti- zans 4 . , , Y-Teens 4 , .. Girls League Rep. 4 . . , She hopes to attend San Diego State College and become a Dental Hygenist. She is also partial to tacos and pizza. TRUMMER, CHAROLOTTE Charlie, a fine gal with a great spirit, hopes to attend business college after gradua- tion, She came to Grossmont in her sophomore year and since then has been active in Y-Teens 4 . . . F.B,L,A. 4 . . . Her spare time is spent enjoy- ing her favorite tacos and hav- ing fun. TUCKER, MARTHA EUGENIA Martha was very active in Spanish Conversation Club l, 2, 3, 4 , . , Amateur Radio Club 4 , . , Y-Teens 3, 4 . .. Student Council 3, 4 . , . Blade and Edge 2 . , . lnter-Club Council 2 , . . Girls League Health Comm. 4 . , . Marching Band 2, 3, 4 . . G,A.A, 2, 3, 4 , , Historian 4 , , . Math Club l . . , Pageant l, 2, 3 . , , Sr. Scholarship Comm, 4 . . . Grad. and Bacc. Comm. 4 . , . Speech Club 3 , . . Fresh- man Council l. THAYER, EUGENE LEE Lee is very well known by everyone and is really a fine person to know, He likes the color of metallic blue, and also loves food. He plans to go on to college in Indiana and be- come a commercial artist. His activities included Dukes 4 . , . Football 3, 4 . . , Letterman's Club, 3, 4, THEIRY, MARILYN "Brat," as she is sometimes called er intimate friends, is re a well gal who came to s rom oover in her junior v ar. H ambition is to be a ew rdess on a T.W.A. and s hopes to go to either San Diego State College or Arizona State. Marilyn loves the beach and pizza, and her activities in- cluded Y-Teens. TOMSON, ERNIE Ernie was a great asset to Grossmont. We hope he will be a great success in his future years. TRUBAN, ANDREW PAUL "Andy" wants to be an en- gineer and hopes to go to U, C. He came to Grossmont in his spohomore year from Tilden Tech High School, Chicago, lll, His favorite food is steak which really goes along with his fa- vorite pastime of tennis and fishing, His activities included CSF. 4 . . . and Math Club. TUCKER, ELAINE Y-Teens l, 2, 3 . . . Pageant l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Marston Con- ference 2, 3 , , . Blade and Edge 2 . . . Mamselles 3, 4 . . , Pres, 3 . . . lnter-Club Council Pres. 3 . . , Sr. Dance Comm. 4 . , , Pom Pon 2, 3 . . , Cultural Affairs 2 . . . Homecoming queen attendant 4 , . , Girls League 2, 3, 4 . .. Pres. 4 , . . have been the ac- tivities of this busy gal, She would like to become a school teacher, San Diego State Col- lege will be her destination after graduation. TWEED, DIANE MAUREEN Tweedy, who looks wonder- ful in her favorite color of blue, has been at Grossmont for four years and has been in Y-Teens l,2.,.F'ageant2,.,Pom Pon2,.,FIagCorps3... Mamselles 3, 4 . . , Sec. 4 . , . Foothill Echoes 2, 3 . . , Pep Pushers 2, 3, 4 . , . She hopes to go on to San Diego State College. Diane's pet peeve ig people who ask if Grossmont students ride UECKER, ROBERT WAYNE Bob to some and "Rosebud" to others. Came to Grossmont from Chula Vista in his sopho- more Year. His Def peeve is school work. He was active in student council 2 . . . Red Robe Choir 2, 3, 4 . . . roller skating club 2, 3, 4 - - - Lef- terman's Club, 3 . , , Track 4 ,,,Pep Pushers 2, 3, 4 - -- Cheerleader 4. VANN LIPE, JAKE Jake, who dislikes Bermuda shorts, h0DeS YO go to-Cal Pretty to further his education. I5 ambition is to Qef an ?'fP'a"e tl to Barbara Hover s everY :geeky end. ln his Three Years at Grossmont he D3"flClP3led ln Jokers 3, 4 - - 'Track 3' VESTERGAARD, sYi.viA CHARLENE n made 'nie n 1 5 for her future 65,3 . lilglfll favorite pastime IS Q0""9 fter t ames and 3 , to Grossmon Qfor her favorite d towing , - floid, which is DIZZ3- bln Gfgjy mont, Charlene has Beg active in ASB. Plag E, 3 - ' ' Artiz:rn?22,33 . . Dafce Coemlni Zag? . Pee P-ishefs 4' VILDIBILL. AFVFN ,S To make a million 0233 A Al's ambition. 3Tf-Tk lf 3. . Football? 6,5 activities at - - - . - ears. Grossmonf ln hls lqur yState 'il ttend San D690 - Ejltfge Zfter graduation. Eat ing spaghetti and- sleeping Hfe AVS favorite pastimes. 1-H WARREN JoHN VO . "Jack's" pet peeve 'S Wfjglfg but as la' as lllag gl-iles' lfans almost everY0n? 5' ec me e to o to San Diego lf' 0 9 Q l meday be 3 m' and ihgen Eesioves Chop suey l'O"a" ' 5 bl e, He has d the color O U , A agen with us since his fresh man year. WALLACE. El-EANOR UNDERWOOD, MARLENE "Shorty," as she is some- times referred to, dislikes peo- ple who won't cooperate. Her ambition is to become a mis- sionary nurse. She also hopes to go to Simpson Bible lnsti- tute. She is partial to good ol' hamburgers and thick chocolate malts. While she has been at Grossmont, Marlene was active in Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Pres. 4 . . . Red Robe Choir 2, 3, 4 . . . Pageant l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Marston Conference 3, VANSICKLE, BETTE GAIL lWEEDl Y-Teens l, 2 . . . Horizon Club l, 3... Kaosells 4 . .. Pom Pon 2, 3 . . . Sr. Privilege Comm. 4 . . . Student Council l,3...PepPushers3,4... have been Bette's activities in her four years at Grossmont. Her' favorite pastime is dancing. She s going to comptometer school now, Bette is a friendly and Pleasant person to know. XZIETS, LONNIE ALONZO Bozo's" ambition is to be a truck driver, and then next on his list is marriage. He came to G.H.S. in i953 from Bfawlev High School. He en- l0Ys ice cream and also going out with Dorothy Bostrom. VILLAVINCENCIO, LEONARD WAYNE "Linnie" has been at Gross- mont since his freshman year and has befriended many. His ambition is to own a new car every year. Here's wishing him much success. While at Gross- mont, he participated in Roller Skaflng Cll-Ib l, 2 . . . Blade and Edge l . . . Track l. WALKER, DALE JAY Dale came to Grossmont in his sophomore year. His per peeve is his car and his ambi- tion is to join the Air Force. His favorite food is anything you buy at the Food Basket. Dale's activities include ldlers 3,4 . . . Pres. 4. WALLINGFORD, ANITA JOYCE "Nita," who would like to become a hat designer or a lady wrestler, has gone to Grossmont all four years. She enjoys eat- ing tacos and pizza, While at Grossmont she has participated in Roller Skating Club l, 2. WARD, JUDITH STAR Judy spends her spare time going to Rosarita Beach and eating pizza which is her fa- vorite food. She is eager to at- tend a beauty college to edu- cate herself for a beautician's job. Her ambition is to be mar- ried and live a pleasant life. WESTPHALL, SHEILA LYNN Sheila likes to dance, and her favorite pastime is being with "Joe." She loves Mexican or Chinese food and the color red, and also would like to live in Mexico. While at Grossmont all four years, she was active in Y-Teens l . . . Red Robe Choir 2, 3, 4 . . . Pageant 2, 3, 4 . . . Sheila is a fine person with a pleasant outlook on life. WETTIG, HELMUT SIEGFRIED Freddie hopes to make Army his career after he goes to San Diego State College. His four years at Grossmont have been well spent in Spanish Conversa- tion Club 2, 3, 4 , , , Annual Staff 3, 4 . . . Everyone likes to hear Freddie talk so that they might hear his German accent. WHITE, ELIZABETH JEAN Betty hopes to be a ranch owner and horse trainer. She will go to Pierce College after graduation. She was in Hi-Deb- ber . . . She likes to dance, swim and ride horses. WHITELEY, LLOYD HAYDEN To be an architect is Lloyd's ambition, As to which college he'll attend to prepare himself, he is undecided. He has been in Fletcher Hills Hi-Y l, 2, 3 . . . He spends most of his spare time working with cars. WILKER, IVAN lvan's ambition is to work with professional baseball, for- egfry, or taxidermy. His four years at Grossmont have been filled with sports and activities such as Baseball l, 2, 3, 4 ...Football l, 2, 3 . .. Knights 3, 4 . . . Hi-Y 3, 4 . . , He likes to hunt and fish. He hopes to continue his edu- cation at Davis College after graduation. WEBB, ALICE MAE Mexican food with lots of green salad is Alice's favorite food. She came to Grossmont in her freshman year from Lakeside. She plans to attend San Diego Junior College. Her activities were Poster Comm. 4. WETTER, JERRY FLOYD Jerry would like to go on to college, but it is undecided as to which one he will attend, Jerry loves any type of food, and is partial to the color white. Being a four year Grossmonter, he has participated in Freshman Football l . . . Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4 , . . J. V. Baseball l, 2 . . . Freshman Basketball l,..Hi-Y l, 2 , . . Letter- man's Club 2, 3, 4 . . , Dukeg 3, 4 . . . Treas. 4. WHITE, ELAINE LILLIAN Elaine, who looks so nice in brown, loves to play tennis. She hopes to become a dancing teacher. Her activities included Blade and Edge Club 2 . . . F.B.L.A. 4 . . , Pep Pushers 4 , . . She is known around the campus for her pleasant smile. WHITE, KAY Kay, whose favorite color is red, has been at Grossmont since her junior year and since her friendship has been valued by associates. After graduation she hopes to attend Kelsey Jen- ney Business College and then she has marriage in mind. While she was at Grossmont she was active in Red Robe Choir 3, 4 . . . Horizon Club 4 . . . Y-Teens 4. WHITMORE, ELLEN MAE Ellen is very definite about her ambition which is to be a psychologist. She prefers Po- mona College but has no defi- nite plans as yet to which col- lege she will attend, While at G.H.S. she participated in C.S.F. 2,3,4...Veep.3...Pres. 4 . . . Ticket Squad 2, 3, 4 . . . Jr. Statesmen 3, 4 . . . Sec. 4 . . . Pageant 2, 3... A.S.B. Play 4 . . . Commissioner of Cultural Affairs 4 . . . Jr. Ring Comm. 2 . . . Prom. Comm. 3 . . . Y-Teens 3 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . , Marston Conference 3, 4. WILKAS, LINDA LU While at Grossmont she par- ticipated in Horizon Club 2. . . Sec. 3 , . . Red Robe Choir 3, 4 , . . Pageant 3, 4 . . . Foot- hill Echoes 4 . . , Moonsweepers 4 . . . Sr. Class Treas. 4 . . . Scholarship Comm. 4 . . . Y- Teens 3, 4 . . . Service chair- man 4 . . , Girls League Good Grooming Comm, Head 4 . . . Daisy Chain 3 . . . Marston Conference 3, 4 . , . Election Board 4. . .C.S.F. 3, 4... Pom Pon 3 WILLIAMS, BEVERLY ANN "Bev" looks very attractive in her favorite color of blue as she has such pretty blonde hair. She hopes to continue her edu- cation by going to college and becoming a private secretary, She was kept busy with Girls League 3, 4 . . . Mamselles 3, 4 . . . F.B.L.A. 3 . . . Girls League Publicity Comm. 3, 4 Blade and Edge 3 . , . Pep Pushers 2. WILLIAMS, BILL JOE Bill or "Butter Ball" plans to attend Michigan State College and later wants to teach wood- shop in high school. He came to Grossmont in his senior year from Pt. Loma. He loves Chinese food and also shrimp dinners. He was in Basketball l, 2 . . . J.V. Baseball l, 2 . . . Varsity Tennis, WILSON, RETHA JEAN lCRAlGl Retha's already hooked her man, This little ole married gal had been at GHS during her entire high school career. Upon graduation Retha will be doubly busy. She will be both a house- wife and a beautician. Clubs she participated in are F.B.L.A. 3 , , , Y-Teens 3, 4. WOLF, SANDRA DIANE Sandy hopes to go on to San San Diego Junior College after graduation and become a medi- cal Sec. She loves to spend money and especially on shrimp cocktail and pizza. While at Grossmont Sandy was in Latin Club 2 . . . Y-Teens l, 2, 4 . . . Student Council 3 . . . Election Board 2 . , , Artizans 4...C.S,F.4,.,Prom Comm. 3. WOODEN, GORDON Woody doesn't like to have math homework every day but feels relieved when it's done. He will attend Cal Poly College where he will major in agri- culture. l-le likes to watch and participate in rodeos as well as to work with horses. WOODS, JANICE YVONNE To be a dental assistant is "Shortie's" desire. She wants to join the W,A,F. and travel to foreign countries, She likes dancing, horseback riding, hunt- ing, and especially popcorn balls, Her activities were Star- dusters 2 . . , Pageant 2. E WILLIAMS MARY JEANNETTE Country Nurses Training School is Jans destination Her ambition which is to be a nurse certainly sounds promls ing Besides going t movies and dancing she likes to par ticipate in Tri Hi Y Moon shiners WILSON PATRICIA JO To be a model is Patty Jo s desire She is undecided as to college Her activities have been Red Robe Choir 3 4 a nt l Pom Pon 2 Patty likes pizza and also likes to dance WINWARD JUDY GAIL Judy has been in Ticket Squad 3 4 Latin Club 2 ln her four years at Grossmont She plans to attend the University of California and plans also to do pharmacy work She would like to write WOOD GLEN ALLEN Lover as he is sometimes known has been at Grossmont since his Freshman year and has en active in Band l 2 ,..RedRobeChoir3 4... Torch and Saber 3 4 . . . ag- nt2 3 ...He loves peanut butter and has only one pet peeve and that is someone who can out talk him. Glen 's a friendly guy who makes everyone glad to know him. WOODRUFF, JEAN ANN Jean or "Beatzy" as she 's sometimes known, came to Grossmont lust this year and seems to like it quite a bit. She hopes to go on to a police Uni- versity and do F.B.l. work, Who knows, maybe Scotland Yard could use this gal, WOODSON, BRUCE BARTON Football , . . 4-H-Club have been Bruce's activities at Gross- mont. He plans to attend Okla- home AB-M. in Stillwater, Okla- home, His ambition is to be a veterinarian. WOOLLEY, WILLIAM U.F.C. 3, 4 . . . Red Robe Choir 3, 4 . . . Pageant 2, 3, 4 Torch and Sabre 3, 4 . , , were BilI's activities at Grossmont. His friendship is valued to all. He has been at Grossmont four years. He dislikes people who spell his last name with only one L, but likes food of any type. YBARRONDO, PAUL Paul came to Grossmont in his freshman year He has no plans for college at the present time His ambition is to make a lot of money and then to re tire Good ole hamburgers seem to be Paul s favorite specialty Like many other gusses Paul hopes to make loads of money He is a four year Foothiller YOUNG JOANNE ELIZABETH .los recreation is tennis which she plays well and also often Spaghetti scores high as her favorite food At Grossmont she has been in Horizon Club YTeens l 4 Pom Pon 2 She will attend col lege and later she would like to be a social science teacher ZIEGLER JAMES NECACHEA EUGENE RICHARD Scooty has the wonderful ambition of just being able to be a good provider He also Grossmont since his sophomore year During that time he has participated in Cross Country and Track 2 YARGER, JO ANN Jo loves to eaf pumpkin pie. She also likes to spend her spare time horse back riding. Her desire is to be a student at the University of California next year. Jo was a member of Election Board 4 . . . Y-Teens l, 2 . . . Treas. 2 . . .Class Sec. 2. . . Pom Pon . . . Pag- eant 2, 3, 4 . . . Red Robe Choir 4 . . . Cheerleader 3 . . . Moonsweepers 3, 4 . . . Advisory Board 4 , . . Prom Comm. 3 . . . Chairman of Sr. Ditch Day Comm ..,. C.S.F. 2. Shorty a fine gal and lots of spirit came her punior year from High Her ambition is good housewife She G A 3 4 ec Red Robe Choir 4 Election Board personality 3, 4 . . , Marston Conference YORK KAY ARLINE with lots to us In Hoover to be a WGS Pageant 3 You cant beat Kay for good YOUNG PHYLIS ANN Pi who loves shrimp came to Grossmont in her freshman year and has been ac e in GAA 2 Blade and Edge 2 Her fa vorite pastime is going places with Johnny ks BIRD RAYMOND EUGENE This four year Grossmonter was an enioyable member of our A S B Some type of agri culture work would please him tremendously after graduation Ray along with other guys thinks that girls with butch or flattop haircuts are lust OUT' WEST JACK Jacks friends are many hs foes are there any? To be come an electronics engineer is his desire He will attend Brig ham Young University in Provo Utah next year He GHIOYS his favorite and he alS0 llkeS to work with electronics equip S ,Vi ment He was in Orch 2 3 4 Amateur Radio Club 4 Math Club 4 I ,a,a6f,,1Jd-au Arvif My I-HA! A-0 I 4-eau Zfuzf I I . h l ' D ' . in ' .A. . , . . . S . 4 . . . ' ' - 4 . . . ' ' ' ' . . . I .1 ' . ' 4 ll h'l,ll I r I ' l ' tiv ' . . . , 3, 4 . . . 4 . . . - , . . . , , , - I 1 ' . X i I ' I I I T A - likes to swim. Hehas been at Spaggem and meat balls are v': . Qf . L . . . q cl' 1 l I . . . , . . 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