Flagstaff High School - Kinlani Yearbook (Flagstaff, AZ)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 126 of the 1949 volume:
Because ol his umliring ellorls +o bring aboul lair play and sporls-
manship, because of +he counlless olher services he has rendered for 'rhe
loenelil of our school and Hs sludenls, because he has guided and help-
ed us during our high school career . . . We, The class of "49," dedicale
To Coach Don C. Clark lhis Kinlani.
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A+ +he Fooi' of 'Frisco Mouni'
Under Skies of Blue,
Sfands Our Noble Alma Ma+er
Glorious To View.
MR. C. J. BROOKSBY
To us, lhe "Kinlani" slall, The job of puf-
fing our Jrhis book has been fun, and if is our
hope and wish +ha+ you derive as much pleas-
ure and enioymem' from il as we did. Of
course we losl a lol of sleep, buf lhrough
lhe cooperalion of all lhose who gave 'rheir
rime and abilily, plus some hard work, we
found our 'rask To be an exciling one.
To 'rhe journalism class and 'ro all orhers
PAT MARTIN who in any way assisled in The producrion of
Busmess Manger lhis book, we are sincerely gralelul. The slall
wishes To lhank Mr. Brooksby, our sponsor,
who helped us mosl of all. From slarr lo lin-
ish he has guided and helped us +o make
lhis yearbook a realily.
PAUL l.lNK DARLENE ANDERSON CHARLES ASHLEY
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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B.
University of Arizona, M. A.
A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B., M. A.
MRS. MARY LLOYD MYRTISE WARNOCK
Secrefary to The Secretary to the Principal
BGARD OF EDUCAT ON
H. C. MCQUATTERS Q. W. SEQHRIST T. M. KNQLES
HARRY W. MICKE
Colorado State College of
Education: A. B., M. A.
A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B.
U. S. C., B. S., in L. S.
R. W. WHEELER
Colorado State College of
Education. A. B., M. A.
FIDEL G. BACA
s. c., Flagstaff, A. B., M.
CATHERINE M. HENSEN
SUPERVISOR OF ART
U. C. L. A., B. E.
U. S. C., M. A.
JAMES R. WILLIAMS
SUPERVISOR OF MUSIC
A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B., M. A.
J. S. ALLEN
u. s. c., L. L. B.
BERTHA MAY WHITE
HEALTH 8: PHYSICAL EDUCATION
University of Redlands, A. B.
Scaritt College, M. A.
ROBERT B. MOORE .
HISTORY, AVIATION SCIENCE
University of Redlands, B. A.
MRS. RUTH LANE
A. s. c., Iflqgsfoff, A. Ia., M. A.
DWIGHT F. PULLEN
PHYSICS, SOCIAL SCIENCE
Kalamazoo College, A. B.
University of Michigan, M. A.
MRS. DOROTHY BRIERLEY
Trinity University, A. B.
A, S. C., Flagstaff, M. A.
JAMES L. SANDERS
Washington University, St.
Louis, B. S., Jurisprudence
A. S. C., Flagstaff, B. S. Education
DON C. CLARK
HEALTH 81 PHYSICAL EDUCATION
A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B., M. A.
Cornell University, A. B.
A. S. C., Flagstaff, M. A.
MRS. EDITH IRWIN
A. s. c., Hqgsmff, A. B., M. A.
CLARENCE J. BROOKSBY
A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B., M. A.
A. S. C., Tempe, A. B.
Through lhe pasl four years, lhese symbols of Jrhe aocomplishmenls of our own
and preceding classes have been familiar sighls lo us, The class of '49, We will miss
seeing lhem when we leave Fl-lS +his year never again To look upon ihem as a parl of
our daily surroundings.
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"High and Migh+y"
c. J. Breookssv DOROTHY BRIERLEY
Our goal, Seniors in Fl-IS, has been reach-
ed and now wilh gradualion upon us, we look
back upon Jrhe four wonderful years of 'fun
and learning we have had in Flagslaif l-ligh.
Vife would like +o feel lhal noi only have we
beneiiled from our experiences buf +ha+ we
have helped improve lhe school Through our
pariicipalion in sporis, music, dramalics, slu-
deni government and club aclivilies.
This year's lheme, "The Foriy-Ninerf' was
chosen by The Senior Class io exemplify 'rhe
era known as The gold rush of I849. Thai
movemenf was responsible lor lhe ihriving
Wesl which we live in Jroday, marking a cena'
'iury ol progress in Jrhe sunny Soulhwesi.
FHA 4, Library Assistant 4.
Football I,2,3, Junior Varsity 3,4, Band I,
2,3,4 Choir l,2,3,4, Clarinet Quartet I,2,3,
4, Boys' Quartet I,2,3,4, Dramatics Club I,
2,3,4, Science Club 3,4, Ski Club l,2,3,4,
Ski Team "B" l,2,3,4, Chess Club I, Madri-
gal Choir 3,4, Swing Choir 4,
Choir l,2, Music Festival l,2, Carnival I,
FHA 3,4, Junior Red Cross l,2,3,4, Green
and Brown 3, Baseball, Volleyball, Basket-
ball 2,3, Basketball Captain 3, Fashion
Clarkdale High School, Clarkdale, Arizona
I, National Honor Society 4, State Conven-
tion 4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, President 4,
State Convention 4, Football Letterman 2,
3,4, All-Northern 4, Baseball Letterman 3,4,
National Athletic Scholarship Society 2,3,4,
New Soanish Club 3,4, Secretary 4, Senior
Class Vice-President 4, State Student Coun-
cil Convention 4, Superlative.
FHA 2,3, Social Manager 4, Carnival l,2,
Camera Club I, Intramurals 3,4.
Football, Basketball, Baseball Manager 2,
3,4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Dramatics Club
I,2,3,4, Senior Play, Christmas Tableau 2,
3, Intramurals 2,3,4,
, SHIRLEY BOOKS
,Camera Club I, Drum and Bugle Corps I,
2,3,4, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Dramatics
Club I,2,3,4, Glee Club l,2,3, Music Festi-
'val 2,3, Point Award l,2,3,4, Intramurals
l,2,3,4, Class Vice-President 2, State Stu-
dent Council Convention 2, "Almost Eigh-
teen", Homeroom Officer 3,4, Commercial
'Club 4, Letterwomen's Club 4.
Bond 3,4, Rod and Reel 4, Intramurals 2,
Band l,2,3,4, Play Day 2, Camera Club I,
All-Star Basketball 2,3, All-Star Volleyball
2,3, Letterwomen's Club 2,3,4, All-Star
Baseball 2,3, Circus 2,3, Carnival I,4, Kin-
lani Art-Editor 4, Music Festival 2,3,4.
Tombstone High School, Tombstone, Arizona
I,2, Benson High School, Benson, Arizona
3, Flagstaff High School 4, Superlative.
Commercial Club 3,4, FHA, Girls' Intra-
murals 2,3,4, Camera Club I,
PAU L BRAN HAM
Student Body Social Manager 4, Homeroom
Officer 3, Drum and Bugle Corps 3,4, Lieu-
tenant 4, President 4, Choir 3, Dramatics
Club 3,4, Camera Club I, Cheerleader 3,4,
Junior Prom Queen's Attendant, Junior and
Senior Play Intramurals 2,3,4, Carnival I,
3,4, Circus 2, Commercial Club 3,4.
J. C. SEITZ
Carnival 3, Intramurals 3, Circus 2.
McNary High School McNary, Arizona l,
2,3, Flagstatt High School 4, Green and
spanish Club l,2,3,4, FHA 3,4, Green and
Track I, Intramurals l,4, McCloud High
School, McCloud, California 3, Football 4,
Christmas Tableau 4.
Kinlani Business Manager 4, Drum and
Bugle Corps l,2,3,4, Lieutenant 3,4, Cap-
tain 4, Glee Club l,2,3,4, Swing Choir 4,
Dramatics Club l,2,3,4, Student Director 3,
4, National Honor Society 4, State Conven-
tion 4, Circus and Carnival l,2,3,4, Point
Award l,2,3,4, Junior and Senior Play, Ski
Club l,2,3,4, Camera Club I, Secretary,
Commercial Club 2,3,4, Social Manager 4,
FHA 4, Intramurals l,2,3,4, Salad Bowl
MARY JOY FISHER
Choir l,2,4, Drum and Bugle Corps 3,4,
Science Club 3,4, Dramatics Club 2,3,4,
Girls' Hiking Club I, Junior Play, Circus
2, Senior Play Property Manager, Music
Festival 2,4, Carnival l,4, Pep Squad I.
Drum and Bugle Corps 4, Commercial Club
4, Dramatics Club l,2,3,4, Operetta 3, "Al-
most Eighteen", Intramurals l,2,3,4, Carni-
val 4, Circus 2,3.
BETTY LOU WIERMAN
Joplin High School, Joplin, Missouri l,2,
Volleyball Tournament 3,4, Letterwoman in
Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball 3,4, Letter-
women's Club 3,4.
East High School, Denver, Colorado, l,2,3,
Ski Team 4, Choir 4, Swing Choir 4, Ski
Club 4, Football 4.
Football Letterman 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Hon-
orable Mention, All-Northern Basketball Let-
terman 3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, National
Athletic Scholarship Society 3,4, Secretary
4, National Honor Society 4, State Conven-
tion 4, Intramurals I, Spanish Club 4,
Christmas Tableau 4.
Commercial Club 4, Letterwomen's Club 2,
3, Social Manager 3, Old Spanish Club 3,
4, FHA 4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Dramatics Club
l,2,3,4, Operetta 3, Music Festival 2,3,4,
Swing Choir 4, Circus 2, Superlative 4,
Basketball Captain 3, Vaudeville Shaw 3,
BILL ETTER-I-lonor Graduate
Band I, Choir l,2,3,4, Operetta 3, Senior
Play, Track l,3, Commercial Club 3, Circus
2, Boys' Quartet l,2,3,4, Ski Club l,2,
Point Award l,2, Homeroom Officer 2,3.
National Honor Society 4, State Convention
4, National Athletic Scholarship Society 2,
3,4, President 4, Band l,2,3,4, Choir l,2,
3,4, Music Festival l,2,3,4, Operetta 3, "Al-
most Eighteen", Point Award l,2,3,4, State
Student Council Convention 2, Junior Prom
King's Attendant, Lettermen's Club 2,3,3,
Football Letterman 2,3,4, All-Northern 4,
Honorable Mention, All State 4, Basketball
Letterman 2,3,3, Honorable Mention, All-
Northern, Football Captain 4.
Class President l,2,3, National Honor So-
ciety 4, State Convention 4, Senior Play 4,
National Athletic Scholarship Society 2,3,4,
Secretary 3,TVice-President 71, Football Let-
terman 2,3,4, All-Northern 4, Honorable
Mention, All-State 4, Basketball Letterman
2,3,4, Track Letterman l,2,3, Lettermen's
Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, State Conven-
tion 4, State Student Council Convention 2,
Boys' State 3, Spanish Club 2,3,4.
Choir 3, Intramurals 2,4, Baseball, Basket-
ball, Volleyball 3,4, Play Day 4, Christmas
Tableau 4, Letterwomen's Club 2,3,4, FHA
4, Old Spanish Club 3,4, National Honor
Society 4, State Convention 4, Junior Red
Cross 4, Treasurer 4, Green and Brown 3,
Office Assistant 4.
Carnival 3, Intramurals 3,4.
Barrington High School, Barrington, Illinois
I,2, New Spanish Club 3,4, Vice-President
3,Carnival 4, Circus 3, "A Widow's PIight",
Junior Play, Prop,Manager for Senior Play,
Intramurals 3, Fashion Show 3,4, Superla-
JOE BABBITT-Honor Graduate
"Be Home By Midnight", Christmas Tableau
3,4, Music Festival 2,3,4, Square Dance
Club 2,3, Dramatics Club I,2,3,4, New
Spanish Club 3,4, Rod and Reel 4, Camera
Club I, Chess Club 4, President 4, Ski
Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3, Carnival 2,3,
Boys' Quartet, Choir 4.
Student Body Secretary 4, State 4, Class
Secretary-Treasurer I,3, Council Conven-
tions 3,4, D.A.R. Representative 4, National
Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President 4, State
Convention 3,4, Commercial Club 2,3,4,
President 4, Drum and Bugle Corps 2,3,4,
Stamp Club I,2,3, President I,2, Secretary
3, Dramatics Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4, Sen-
ior Play, lntramurals I,2,3,4, Junior Prom
Queen's Attendant, Freshman Queen, Car-
nival I,3,4, Superlative.
Football 2,3,4, Letterman 4, Basketball I,2,
3,4, Letterman 4, Track I, Commercial Club
3,4, Ski Club I,2,3,4, President 4, Ski Let-
terman I,2,3,4, Homeroom Officer I,3,4,
Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Green and Brown
4, Baseball 2,3,4, Letterman 3,4, Boys'
Quartet 3,4, Band I,2,3, Choir I,2,3, CIar--
inet Quartet I,2,3, String Ensemble.
Old Spanish Club 3,4, Junior Red Cross 4,
Commercial Club 3,4, Choir I,2,3,4, Vaude-
ville Show 3, Library Assistant 4, Intra-
murals 4, Christmas Tableau I,2,3,4, Office
Orderly 4, Superlative.
Football 2,3,4, Letterman 4, Basketball 2,3,
4, Letterman 4, Baseball 3,4, Intramurals I
I,2, Lettermen's Club 4, Junior Varsity 3,
Camera Club I, Rod and Reel 4, Choir 4, '
Music Festival 2,3, Superlative.
ANNA MARIE VAN COURT
Honor Graduate I
Commercial Club 3,4, FHA 3,4, Superla-
Football 2,3,4, Letterman 4, Basketball 2,3,
4, Letterman 4, Co-Captain 4, Lettermen's
Club 2,3,4, Track Manager 2, Intramurals
I, Christmas Tableau 4, Camera Club I,
Music Festival 3, Choir 3, Baseball 2,3,4,
Chess Club I, Junior and Senior Play,
Square Dance Club , Girls' Hiking Club 2,
Glee Club I,4, "Almost Eighteen", Christ-
mas Tableau 3, Music Festival I,4, Super-
MARSHALL KNOLES U
FHS and State Student Body President 4,
Delegate to National Association of Stu-
dent Councils, Washington, D. C. 4.-.Student
Body Social Manager 3, Track Letterman 2,
3,4, Captain 4, Junior Prom King, National
Athletic Scholarship Society 2,3,4, Band I,
2,3,4, Captain 4, Drum and Bugle Corps
3,4, Drum Major 3,4, State Student Coun-
cil Convention 3,4, Arizona Boys' State 2,3,
Dramatics Club I,2,3,4, Science Club 2,3,4,
Ski Letterman I,2,3,4, Captain 4, Ski Club
I,2,3,4, Point Award l,2,3,4. '
Dramatics Club I,2,3,4, Drum and Bugle -,
Corps I,2,3, Glee Club I, Commercial Club' '
2,3,4, Secretary 4, Homeroom Officer 4,
Circus and Carnival I,3, Camera Club I,
Christmas Tableau I,3, Superlative.
Hiking Club 4, Football I, Intramurals 2,
4, Carnival 3.
Commercial Club 3,4, Choir 2,3,4, Swing
Choir 4, Senior Play, Operetta 3, Chess
Club 3, National Honor Society 4, State
Convention 4, Art Awards 2,3,4, Circus 2,
Carnival 3,4, Green and Brown 3, Music
Festival 2,3,4, Dramatics Club ' Student-
Basketball Letterman 2,3,4, Lettermen's Club
2,3,4, Intramurals I, Commercial Club 3,4.
Choir 2,3,4, Intramurals 4, Basketball Cap-
tain 3, Christmas Tableou 2,3,4, FHA 2,3,4,
Letterwomen's Club 4, Operetta 3, Old
Spanish Club 3,4, Dramatics Club 2,3,4,
Commercial Club 4, Junior Red Cross 2,3,
Green and Brown 4, Music Festival 2,3,4,
Office Orderly 4, Vaudeville Show.
VERNE I-IULL-Honor Graduate
Junior and Senior Play, Baseball 3, Intra-
murals l,2,3,4, Camera Club I, Superlative.
Junior Red Cross I, FHA 3,4, Old Spanish
Club 4, Green and Brown 4, Carnival ,
Fashion Show 2,3,4.
Flagstaff High School 4, Swing Band 4.
FHA 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Junior Red Cross 4,
Commercial Club 4, Choir 3, Music Festi-
val 3, Christmas Tableau 3, Choir Concert
3, Intramurals 2,,3, Green and Brown 4.
Gardena High School I, Holbrook High
School 2,3, Flagstaff High School 4, Ski
PATTY ANN MEAD
FHA I,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3,
President 4, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer
2, Choir 2,4, Music Festival 2,4, Intramur-
als 2,3, Arizona Girls' State 3, "A Little
Honey", Drum and Bugle Corps 3,4, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 4, Science Club 3,4, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 4, New Spanish Club 3, 4,
Vice-President 4, National Honor Society 3,
4, Secretary 4, State Convention 4, Senior
Class Secretary-Treasurer, State Student
Council Convention 4, Superlative 4, Jun-
ior Prom Queen.
Football 2, 3, Junior Varsity 3, Rod and
Reel 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Captain 3.
Commercial Club 3, 4, Old Spanish Club 3,
FHA 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatics
Club 2, 3, 4, Swing Choir 4, Music Fes-
tival 2, 3, 4, Circus 2, Carnival 3, Red
Cross I, Intramurals 2, 3.
Intramurals I, Football 2, Basketball Let-
terman 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Lettermen's Club
2, 3, 4, National Athletic Scholarship So-
ciety 3, 4.
,gf LAg5EN E MELER i
Drum and Bugle Corps 4, Dramatics Club
4, Square Dance Club 2, Glee Club 2,
Choir 3, 4, Music Festival 2, Junior Play.
Spanish Club 3, 4, FHA 4, Commercial
Club 4,'Red Cross 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
Football 3,4, Letterman 4, All-Northern Sec-
ond Team, Honorable Mention, All-State,
Intramurals 2,3,4, Junior Varsity 3, Letter-
men's Club 4, Band I,2,3,4, Music Festival
Commercial Club 4, Choir 2,3,4, Music
Festival 2,3, Choir Concert 2,3, Junior Red
Cross 2,3, Spanish Club 4, FHA 4, Intra-
murals 2, Christmas Tableau.
Intramurals 2,3,4, Kinloni Photographer 2,
3, Circus 2, Superlative.
Homeroom Vice-President I, Letterwomen's
Club 2,3,4, President 4, Junior Red Cross I,
2,3,4, President 4, Old Spanish Club I,2,
3,4, President 4, FHA 4, Choir I,2,3, Christ-
mas Tableau 3,4, "Almost Eighteen", Ju-
nior Prom Queen's Attendant, Basketball,
Volleyball, Baseball 2,3,4, Music Festival I,
2,3, Play Day 2,4, Captain 4, Superlative.
Kingman High School 2,3, Glee Club 4,
Dramatics Club 4, Music Festival 4, Swing
Choir 4, Green and Brown.
MARGARET VASOU EZ
Old Spanish Club 3,4, Commercial Club 4,
Choir 2,3,4, Music Festival 2,3,4, Intra-
murals 2,3,4, Letterwomen's Club 4, Red
Cross I,2,3,4, Carnival 3,4, Circus 2, Office
Assistant 4, Vaudeville Show 3.
FHS and State Student Body Vice-President
4, State Convention 4, Freshman Vice-Presi-
dent, Safety Club 3,4, Dramatics Club 2,3,
4, Christmas Tableau 4, Music Festival 3,
Band and Choir I,3 Green and Brown 3,
Intramurals I,2,3,4, Football I, Camera
Club I, Circus and Carnival l,2,3,4, Super-
PATTY N EWSO M
Drum and Bugle Corps I,2,3,4, "Almost
Eighteen", Glee Club 3, Music Festival 3,
Dramatics Club 3,4.
Lindblom Technical High School, Chicago,
Illinois I, Senior Class President, State Stu-
dent Council Convention 4, National Honor
Society 4, State Convention 4, Kinlani Edi-
tor 4, Junior Prom King's Attendant, Foot-
ball Letterman 3,4, Honorable Mention, All-
Northern, Baseball 3,4, Letterman 4, Na-
tional Athletic Scholarship Society 3,4, Let-
termen's Club 3,4, Commercial Club 3,4,
Point Award 4, Green and Brown 4, Christ-
mas Tableau 4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Super-
ILA MAE MONTGOMERY
Carnival I,2,3, Circus 4, Superlative, Com-
mercial Club 3,4, FHA 3,4, Dramatics Club
3,4, Drum and Bugle Corps I, Intramurals
I,2,3,4, Christmas Tableau 3,4.
PHILLIP DE MIGUEL
Choir 4, Football 2,3,4, Letterman 4, Rod
and Reel 4, President 4, Lettermen's Club
4, Junior Varsity 3, Old Spanish Club 3,4,
Secretary 4, Intramurals 2,3,4, Music Festi-
val 3,4, Superlative.
TOM MATH EWS
National Honor Society 4, State Convention
4, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3,
4, Football Letterman 3,4, Basketball Let-
terman 2,3,4, All-Northern, Second Team
2,4, Baseball Letterman 2,3,4, Captain 3,
Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4, State
Convention 4, Junior Class Vice-President,
Junior Prom King's Attendant, Arizona
Boys' State 3, Band l,2,3, Choir 2,3, Mu-
sic Festival l,2,3, New Spanish Club 3,4,
President 4, Commercial Club 2,3, President
3, Intramurals I.
Girls' Hiking Club I, FHA 2,3,4, Vice-Presi-
dent 2, President 3, Science Club 3,4, Choir
I,2, Music Festival I,2, Point Award 2.
Christmas Tableau 4, Junior Varsity 3,4, ln-
tramurals l,2,3,4, Football ,3,4, Basketball
3, Carnival 2,3, Kinlani Assembly.
Dramatics Club l,2,3,4, Old Spanish Club
3,4, President 4, National Honor Society 3,
4, President 4, State Convention 3,4, Let-
terwomen's Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-
President 4, FHA 4, Play Day 4, Commer-
cial Club 4, Girls' State 3, Girls' All-Star
Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball Team l,2,
3,4, Office Orderly 2,?,4, Point Award I,
Football l,2,3, Ski Club 4, Science Club 4,
Junior Varsity 3,4, Band I,2,3,4, Intra-
murals 2,3,4, Trumpet Trio 2, Brass Sex-
tette 4, "Almost Eighteen", Music Festival
l,2,3,4, Christmas Tableau 3,4, Carnival 2,
3,4, Special Affects for Senior Play, Circus
Commercial Club 3,4, Choir 2,3, Music
Festival 2,3, Circus 2, Carnival 3,4, Old
Spanish Club 3,4, Junior Red Cross i, Let-
terwomen's Club 2,3,4, FHA 4, Library
Assistant 4, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball
All-Star Teams 3,4.
Football 3,4, Rod and Reel 4, Junior Var-
sity 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4.
Fenger High School, Chicago, lllinois l,2,3,
Flagstaff High School 4, Senior Play.
Commercial Club 3,4, Senior Play Property
Football 2,3,4, Letterman 4, Honorable
Mention, All-Northern 4, Science Club 3,4,
President 4, Choir l,2,3,4, Boys' Quartet 3,
4, Bays' Solo 3,4, Swing Choir 4, Operetta
3, Dramatics Club 3,4, Ski Club l,2,3,4,
Ski Letterman I, Band l,2,3,4, Intramurals
FHA 3,4, Secretary 4, New Spanish Club 3,
4, Square Dance Club 4, Vice President 4,
Choir l,2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4.
Junior Varsity 3, Lettermen's Club 4, Foot-
ball 3,4, Letterman 4, Baseball 3,4, Rod
and Reel 4, Vice-President 4.
Circus 2, Girls' Hiking Club 3, Carnival 3,
4, Choir 3,4, FHA 3,4, Music Festival 3,4,
Commercial Club 4, Green and Brown.
- GILBERT SCANTLAND -
Intramurals 2,3,4, Captain 3, Hike Club 3.
TONY GEABALDON MARY MELENDEZ
CUTEST ' MOST LIKELY TO SUQCEED
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CONNIE HUFFER ROGER ARDREY FRANCES GABALDON
Vice-Presiclenl Presidenl Secrelary-Treasurer
Upperclassrnen . . . As Juniors, we realize llwal our school days are
coming lo an end, and we loeqin +o lliinq seriously of making a place for
ourselves in llie world.
CATHERTNE VAN COURT
C. J. PITTS
RUTI-I ANN LEWELLEN
MARGARET VAN DEREN
MATILDA CONTR ERAS
DICK ZANER ROBERT ELVEY MARGE SAUER JERRY KNOWLES
Vice-President President Secretory Treosurer
More serfleol and perhaps more c:onfiden+ 'rhan in our Freshman year,
we Sophomores begin fo +ake a iarger parr in school ac'rivi+ies. We have
found 'rha+ school is made up of more +han jusr our srudies.
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ROY smiw ,, FRED ANDERSON
fXssisTanT Coach The ReC0rd- AssisTanT Coach
Under The TuTelage OT Coach Don Clark
The Eagles came Through The season wiTh Tive
wins, one Tie, and Two losses.
The season opened wiTh a bang when
The Eagles sank The Vikings of Williams, I3-
6. ln The second conTesT, FlagsTaTT Traveled To
Holbrook where They Trimmed The Roadrun-
ners, T8-O, and in The Tollowing baTTle The
Wolves OT Clarkdale sTopped howling when
The home Team walked over Them by a score
The nexT week was black Tor The Eagles
when The PrescoTT Badgers nipped Them I3-6
in a non-conTerence game. STill suTTering Trom
This deTeaT The TirsT eleven barely held The
Jerome lvluclqers TO a deadlock which ended
in a 6-6 Tie.
Recovering quickly, The Eagles swooped To
a 40-7 win over The hapless SnowTlake Lobos
Tor Their TourTh win OT The season. JubilanT
over This vicTory, The home Team shuT-OuT The
Kingman eleven, 26-O.
Then came The Tinal and mosT hearTbreak-
ing cOnTesT - The Winslow-FlagsTaTT TilT. The
Eagles TOughT hard buT Tell To Their TradiTional
Toe, 6-0. WiTh The loss OT This game wenT The
home Team's hope' OT becoming NorThern Ari-
zona ConTerence Champions.
DON ci-HAPPETTI DALE BARNEY BOB CORNFORD
With two more years to play for
the Eagles, Garland can be counted
on to carry the brunt of power and
running plays on next year's team.
Another probable regular on next
year's squad is John Vallez. John
is an asset to any team and will be
greatly needed to bolster a strong
backfield next year.
Playing his first and last year for
the Eagles, Don has proven to his
opponents he is a hard-hitting
guard. Because of his ability to
play clean, but aggressive football,
he was elected to the All-Northern
second team, All-State, honorable
Although small, Paul could be de-
pended upon to fill any backfield
position when called on-and fill it
well. He ran hard and smooth and
proved difficult to tackle.
Joe quarterbacked the Junior Var-
sity to its long string of victories.
When Tony came out of a varsity
game Martinez filled in. He will
be back next year to call signals
for the first team.
Daniel was a regular starter on
the first eleven, but due to a leg in-
jury was out of action most of the
season. While on the playing field,
his adversaries found him hard-hit-
ting and aggressive.
Tony Gabaldon, co-captain of this
year's team, quarterbacked the
Eagles through their winning sea-
son. Tony is a three-year letterman
and was elected to the All-Northern,
first team, All-State, second team.
Stephen, like Garland and John,
is another returning letterman for
next year's squad. He is a stocky,
hard-hitting pigskin toter and u sure
starter on the next Flagstaff eleven.
Angel was a regular starter on
this year's team a nd will be greatly
missed by next year's first eleven.
He tackled hard and effectively, and
his opponents will long remember
him for his blocking.
Frank is a senior, also, and play-
ed his final year for the Eagles. A
tall end-he could pull down any
pass in reach and'was called on
many times to gain yardage or a
Playing his best on defense, Rob-
ert stopped many an opponent from
long end-around runs. ln any game
he gave a good account of him-
self and can be counted on to play
again next year.
Playing his last year for the
Eagles, Jim was called upon fre-
quently to fill in the guard posi-
tions. A good, clean playing lines-
man-he was always a threat to
To the dismay of his opponents,
Carlos was a demon on offense and
defense. He slashed through any
line to throw ball carriers for a
loss. Because of his determination
and hard playing, Mayorga was
awarded All-Northern, honorable
mention and elected co-captain by
his team mates.
Jack was a fast, driving guard on
the first eleven that could always
be depended on to halt running
plays. lt was he who led his team-
mates in calisthenics. A two-year let-
terman, he was awarded All-North-
ern, honorable mention.
Tom was a tall, glue-fingered end
who could snag any pass-some of
them being the opponents. He is
a senior, and, although a one-year
Ietterman, set up or caught many a
piqskin in the end-zone.
Speedy was the boy who bottled
up many of the ball carriers who
tried sweeping end-around runs. This
and his pass-catching brought him
All-Northern, honorable mention.
The team will greatly miss the ab-
sence of this two-year letterman.
Bill was an open-field running
back. Whenever yardage or a
touchdown was needed-in went Bill.
A iunior-he will be back again next
year to earn a three-year letter-
man's stripe and a reputation.
Garcia was cne of the three Flag-
staff boys to make All-Northern,
first team. Because of his ball car-
rying trickery and passing, he also
received a berth on the All-State
team, making honorable mention.
Playing his first year for the
Eagles, Roger doubled in the tackle
spot. He hit hard and stopped
many of the opponents' plays before
they had a chance to develop. A
junior-he will be back next year.
A three-year letterman-Don was
a regular, playing tackle. A stal-
wart to the right side of the line,
Bird will long be remembered for
his tackles. He also filled in the
backfield to do most of the punting
chores. His work is summed up in
four words--All-Northern, first team.
Sure fire aim that always found
its target was Dick Deaver's ability.
He is a senior and a two-year let-
terman. A center with a quick snap
and accuracy, earned Dick All-
Northern, honorable mention.
Richard doubled as a center or
an end. Rich' lettered two years
and was equally good on offense or
defense. His adversaries found he
hit hard-but clean.
Another hard-hitting, d r i v i n g
guard was Lloyd Warfield. He filled
in and could be depended upon to
plug holes or fill his bocking assign-
ment. Lloyd, a junior, will be back
again next year.
Phillip played either guard or
tackle equally well. Although a
one-year letterman, he was respect-
ed by his opponents because of his
sportsmanship and ruggedness.
LETS EAT, IM HUNGRY
"HH 'Em Again, Harder! Harder!"
GOMEZ NEAL GARClA
MATHEWS BIRD WALLACE DEAVER Q-UTHRIE MAYORGA CASTILLO
VALLEZ HUBBARD ALVARADO
MORALES MIGUEL WARFIELD YBARRA BACKS ARDREY SATRUSTEGUI
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Williams J. V. ..., .
Flagsfoff J. V. ,,,. .
Winslow J. V. .... .
Flagstaff J. V. .... .
Prescott J. V. ,.,, .
Flagstaff J. V. .
Flagstaff J. V. ,... .
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"Sl-IARPENINO THEIR TALONSI
:RANK SATRUSTEGUI-SPEEDY CASTll.LO
Under the skillful coaching of Don Clark, the Eagles had
their most successful season since 1945. Much to the dismay of
their opponents, the home team chalked up 12 conference wins
and 3 losses, making themselves a second place berth in con-
The Cottonwood Devils found the Eagles too hot to handle
when the Green and White tallied 41 points to their 11. Wil-
liams High was knocked off its pedistal by a 38-20 score. The
Flag quint then swamped the Jerome Muckers 38-31 for their
third conference win. lt took the Bulldogs of Winslow to halt
the high soaring Eagles after losing 36-30 to Winslow, the local
five snapped back to their winning ways and trounced the
invading Williams Vikings 32-21. The Roadrunners of Holbrook
proved too much for the Green and White and won 45-31.
The next night a fighting Snowflake five was dropped 30-27 in
an overtime period. Still going strong, the Eagles winged on to
another win and sent the Ashfork Spartans home on the short
end of a 45-29 score. The Cowboys of Camp Verde cried, "Oh,
how l miss my hoss," when Flag hoopsters turned in a 44-19
win. Seething from an earlier defeat, the Eagles swooped to
an impressive 35-23 score over Winslow. Pouring on the coal, the
Flag five scorched a traveling Jerome squad 57-42. ln two
Flag-Kingman tilts, the Eagles emerged victorious by 54-39 and
43 3.5 scores. The sharpshooting Sellgman Anlelopes put the skids
under the high flying Eagles and "horned in" to win 38-37.
Undismayed, the home five were a howling success when they
lashed the Wolves of Clarkdale 50-19.
ln the N. A. l. A. tournament, the Eagles took second place
as well as a nice new, shiny trophy for their collection. ln the
first tournament game the Eagles edged out Williams 28-27.
The Elks of Round Valley took to the woods when Flag hotshots
tallied 37 points to their 25. Holbrook learned that a determined
home quint couldn't be beat and went down 35-31. The unde-
feated St. Johns Redskins took the Eagles 28-27 and won not
only the game but the N.A.l.A. championship by a single point
The following week found the Eagles bound for the State Basketball Tournament in Tucson.
The home five was matched against the Chandler Wolves in their first tilt. The Green and White
trailed most of the game but came back strong to overtake the Wolves and win 34-33. Pitted
against the highly favored Aio Red Raiders, the Eagles went into action on the hardwood. The
half-time period found Flagstaff behind 29-18. For a while it seemed as though the predicted
would happen, but the Eagles started a last-quarter spurt and turned defeat into a one point
43-42 victory. The Green and White had battled their way into the semi-finals of the championship
bracket - a feat which no other team from Flagstaff has accomplished! A strong Nogales quint
halted the fighting Eagles 53-35 and went on to win the championship.
Senior - Forvvord
Senior - Forword
All-Northern, Second Teom
All-Store, Second Teom
Senior - Guard
FRANK SATRUSTEGUI QARLQ5 MAYQRGA
Senior A GUOFCL USOME OF THE BIGGER BOYSM Senior - Cenfer
CCVCUPLGLV' All-Northern, Honorable Menhow
Senior - Forward
Senior - Guard
Ali-Northern, Honorable Mention
"SO PROUDLY WE HAIL"
Junior - Center
ANGEL GOMEZ RAUL GARCIA
Senior - Guard
Senior 4 Forward
J. V. Coacln
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Flagsiall J. V
Flagslalf J. V
J. V. BASKETBALL SCORES
33 Camp Verde
. 33 Kingman
25 Seligman .,
29 Williams .
Vera Mae Beamer
Bobby Lou Henry
GIRLS, INTRAMURAL VULLEYBALI.
Mary Jean Jones
Belly Jean Drye
Marshall Knoles Pally Ann Mead
Tony Gabaldon, lsaloell Gallia
Jaclc Wallace, Margarel l-lulclnison
Tommy lvlallwews, Winnilred Pearsall
Ermo Lowrie ....,
Aunt Sophia Y,,,,
Arthur Hole ,,,,,
Peggy Von Ess ,,.,
Oswald Kerins ,A.,..
Yami ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
Thompson ..,.......... ,,,,,,,,
"Tiger Mon" ........
SENIOR PLAY... "TIGER HOUSE"
This year's Senior Class Play, "Tiger
Housefi was a spine-tingling mystery with a
touch ot hilarious comedy written by Robert
St. Clair. The plot revolves around an isolated
and supposedly haunted country estate called
Mystery Manor, inherited by Erma Lowrie,
the charming young heroine. A series ot grip-
ping situations, eerie ettects, and hair - raising
incidents - beginning when Erma establish-
ed her residence at Mystery Manor - led
up to a thrilling climax. Thanlcs to the able di-
recting ot Mrs. Dorothy Brierley, the play was
an outstanding success.
Miss Fielding ,,
Mary Lee ,.....
Mrs. Reed .,,..,
Earl Loyles ,,
Victor Reed .,..
Paul Butler .,,,
Jack Howard ,
JUNIOR PLAY... "THE HOUSE OF TERROR"
Catherine Van Court
,,,,...... Dick Lueker
"THE HOUSE OF TERROR," a three-act
mystery comedy by Robert St. Clair, was se-
lected as this year's Junior Play. This mys-
tery was a play within a play, the action tak-
ing place on a high school stage where stu-
dents were holding a dress rehearsal. Howev-
er, betore the rehearsal was completed, a real
mystery which involved all who were concern-
ed developed. From there on kidnapping,
trightening situations. and near murders threw
the entire cast into a state ot panic and anx-
iety up to the surprise ending. Elements ot
suspense, excitement and terror combined with
hilarious comedy made the play a thrilling
and enjoyable one,
"The Drums Go Bang, 'rhe Cymbals Clanq, Hwe Horns They Blaze Away."
SWING BAND R
The Swing Band, under The sponsorship of Mr. Fidel Baca, was called upon fre-
quenlly lo play al school dances and "gel logelhersf'
Members are as follows: Dick Lueker, Piano: Dick Zaner, Mike Ybarra, David Go-
mez, Trumpel: Roger Ardrey, Bass Fiddle: Marlin Jensen, Drums: Freddy Ruiz, Don
Skaggs, Slephen Aginiga, Sax.
MUSIC FESTIVAL SOLOS
Brass Ensemble-Dick Zaner, Mike Ybar-
ra, Roger Ardreyl, Jerry l-lensley, John
Bradford, Marshall Knoles.
Girls' Trio - Marilyn Overson, Maxine
Polson, Carolyn Burman.
Trombone Solo ,,,.,c...,,,.... Jerry Hensley
Cello Solo .V.,,, .,cc.. R ulh Ann Lewellen
Tenor Solo .... ......... J oe Babbill'
Flule Solo ..,,,. .,.,.,. M argarel Davis
'Barilone Solo ..,, :g ...,... Dick Deaver-
Clarinel Solo c.,.. cu,.,,. D on Chiappelli
Violin Solo ,...,,,,...,
French Horn Solo ,,,,.,...... Roger Ardrey
Conlrallo Solo .,.,,...,.., Delphine Garrido
Cornel Solo .V,,.,,
Soprano Solo ..c,,,,c..,,,,,. Arlene Oppliger
Boys' Quarlelle-Joe Baloloill, Ken Cog-
dill, Bill Eller, Dick Deaver.
Clarinel Quarlelle-Don Chiappelli
Ken Cogdill, Evelyn Jordan, Ray
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"WhaT, No Digs?"
The Drum and Bugle Corps was one oT The mosT acTive organizaTions in l:lagsTaTT
T-ligh during The pasT school year.
The corps marched aT all home TooTball games, besides Traveling To Williams and
Winslow To parade. They noT only supporTed The Team l3uT Turnished ushers Tor The
band and choir during The "Music FesTival," sTaged a campaign To raise Tunds wiTh
which To buy new uniTorms, and numerous oTher proiecTs which -Q in one way or an-
oTher - beneTiTed our school.
The annual "Drum Corps Formal Dancefl held lasT spring, was one oT The mosT
successTul oT all school dances.
lvlarTin and Pearsall Marshall Knoles
LieuTenanTs Drum Maior
Rod and Reel
This club was organized Tor huniing and
fishing enlrhusiasls. Siudenis learn how io
use a rod and io casl, malce lures and lac-
kle, and gel belier acquainied wilh sporl-
President ,...,.,, A..........,,,.,........... P hillip Miguel
Vice-President ....... ,,..,... J im Backs
Secretary ..A........ ..,,,, .,..... ..,, .,........, C a r o lee Ek
Under The sponsorship ol Mrs. Doroihy
Brierley, The drama club has been one ol
The mos? aciive organizaiions in school.
The primary purpose ol This club is io slim-
ulaie an inieresl in dramaiics and encour-
President ,....,,,,,,,.,.,. ..,, , ,, Roger Ardrey
Vice-President ..,,,.,,u, ......,,,,.,., D ick Deaver
Secretary-Treasurer ,,,.... Margaret Hutchison
Square Dance Club
The purpose ol This organizaiion is To
provide recreaiion and creaie an inleresi
in square dancing.
President ,..,........,,,.,.......,,,,, Raymond Jones
Vice-President ,,.. Gerry Richards
Secretary-Treasurer .... Carolee Ek
Social Manager ., Fay Cory
Junior Red Cross
The Junior Red Cross is orqanized lo
give aid io The needy as well as io irain
lor leadership and increase pariicipalion
in communiry aciiviiies.
President ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,s...,,,,... Isabel Goiiio
Vice-President ,,., ,,,. D ora Gonzales
Secretary ...,,, Jo Ann Praft
Reoorier ,,,. ..., B arbara Rice
Treasurer .v.,,. Helen Martinez
All meelings ol lhe Lellerwomens Club
were held under The sponsorship of Miss
Berlha Mae While. The purpose ol lhe
club is lo recognize oulslanding abilily and
conlinue irileresl in girls' alhlelics.
President ....,,....,...........,,., Isabel Goitia
Vice-President ,,,,.,.,,,, Nellie Solo
Secrefary-Treasurer . ,,,,,,.. Pat Martin
Social Manager Mary Melenuez
Nolional Honor Sociely
Each year lhe high school lacully elecls
lo lhe Nalional Honor Sociely lilleen per
cenl ol lhe senior class and live per cenl
ol lhe iunior class. ln order lo be eligible
lo 'rhis organizalion, a sludenl musl meel
lhe requiremenls ol characler, service, lea-
dership, and scholaslic abilily sei 'lorlh by
'lhe Nalional Associalion.
President ..................,.......,,...,....,, Nellie Solo
Vice-President ,,,,... ...,,.. M orgoref Hulchison
Secrelciry-Treasurer ....... Patty Ann Mead
Membership in lhe leilermen's club is
allained by earning a maior leller in loo?-
ball, baslcelball, lraclc, or baseball. Two mi-
nor lellers in goll, lennis, or slciing which
are earned in lhe same sporl lor lwo con-
seculive years also conslilules eligibilily.
To promole beller sporlsmanship among
club members and beiween schools is lhe
purpose ol lhis club,
President ..........................,.,,,,,,.,.., Don Bird
Vice-President ......,,. ,........., R ciul Garcia
Secretarylreasurer ............... Tom Mathews
The Slci Club is open lo all sludenls who
have an inleresl in slciing or learning lo
slci. Skiing is classed as a minor sporl al
Fl-IS, and a large number ol enlhusiasls
lurn our each year.
Presidenl vv.....,..,,,,v..........,.,... Paul Hubbard
Vice-President ...... , ...... Jack Beamer
Secretary-Treasurer .,.,, Margie Dale
This year marks the Satety Patrol's sec-
ond year as an organized group. The pri-
mary purpose ol this body is to improve
school bus conditions, keep order on the
busses and report tratlic violations.
Coptoin ,,,,,,,,..........., Charles Glospie
Co-Copfoin .. ,,.,......, Carl Fcirrell
Secretory ..... ..,., J czmes Sonsom
The Science Club was organized tor the
purpose ot stimulating interest in science
and helping lurther those who are plan-
ning to make science a career.
President ,,,.,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..... K en Cogdill
Vice-President ,,,..., ...,,, J cick Beamer
Secretory-Treasurer ,... . Morgie Dcile
Old Spanish Club
El Aguila Club, organized by the Span-
ish speaking students ol Flagstatt l-ligh,
promotes better understanding between
the English and Spanish speaking people
in regard to their customs and language.
President ...,,....................... Nellie Soto
Vice-President ......,.. Steven Aginigci
Secretory-Treasurer ....,,... Phillip Miguel
Social Manager .. ...... Isobel Goitiu
New Spanish Club
The New Spanish Club is made up ot
FHS students who have taken or who are
taking Spanish. lts purpose is to give mem!
bers practice in conversational Spanish.
President .. ................,....... . Tom Mathews
Vice-President ....., Patty Ann Mead
Secretory-Treasurer ...,...... Don Bird
Junior Varsily Club
The J. V. Club is lhe lalesl club io be or-
ganized in Fl-IS. Any boy who has earned a
J. V. lerier in a maior sporl is eligible for
President . ., .....,... . ..,.... David Gomez
Vice-President .,.., Robert Morales
Secretary-Treasurer ..,..... Ken Cogdill
Any siudenl who has laken or who is lak-
ina any phase ol commerce and who has a
"3" average or beller is eligible. The pur-
pose of lhe club is lo iurlher inleresl in
commercial vvorlc and lo help sludenls rea-
lize lhe responsibililies of a iob.
Presidenf ...................... Margarel Huichisan
Vice-President .. . ..... .. . Jerry Crocketf
Secrelary-Treasurer . . Rogene Ross
Social Manager .. .,..,.. Pai Martin
Fu+u re Homemakers
The Fuiure I-lomemalfers ol America club I
is ahcilialed wilh bolh slale and nalional or-
ganizalions. The purpose oi The club is lo
help ils members become beiler cilizens
Presidenl .............,,,...., Paifv Ann Mead
Vice-President ............ Margaret Van Deren
Secreiarv ...... Geraldine Richards
Treasurer .....,..,. ....,...,, J ennie Ramirez
Social Manager ...... ..... A udrey Wells
To provide an opporiuniiy lo explore Ihe
scenic areas of Norlhern Arizona and lo
observe The archaeoloav and geological
characlerislics oi our dislricl is Irhe Clubs
I-like Masier ....,...,.,..,. ...... B ob Morales
Asst. I-like Master . ....... Carl Sechrist
RGCOVGISF .......... ...... T ed McCreary
This socieTy is open To boys who have a
beTTer Than average grade Tor Three con-
secuTive semesTers and who have earned
a leTTer in a maior sporT.
President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.A,.,... Tony Gabcildon
Vice-President ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,., R oul Garcia
Secretory-Treasurer ......,, Carlos Moyorgo
This year's oraTorical conTesT Tound Two
able conTesTanTs ready To deliver speeches
on some parT oT The U. S. ConsTiTuTion. Joe
MarTinez was chosen To represenT FlagsaTT
in The disTricT conTesT where he placed sec-
ond. Don ChiappeTTi, a sophomore, has
Two more years To prepare himselT Tor oTh-
er oraTorical conTesTs, while Joe has only
MeeTings oT The Chess Club are held aT
The home oT Mr. D. F. Pullen, sponsor. To
encourage chess playing, To sTudy opening
moves, and To improve chess playing is The
goal oT The club.
President ....... ..................... . . Joe Babbitt
Secretory-Treasurer ..... . Raymond Jones
Office and Libra ry
Girls who wish To help in The oTTice or in
The library can gain valuable experience
and aT The sarne Time help sTudenTs and OT-
Tice secreTaries by doing some oT The sim-
plier duTies. These girls deserve crediT Tor
giving service and Their Time To The school,
so To Them we give our Thanlcs.
MARSHALL KNOLES JERRY CROCKETT
"LAYING DOWN THE LAW"
The Senior High Council is composed of Associa+ecl Sludenl Bocly Officers, home
room represenlalives, and class officers.
This year The council was confronlecl wilh planning a Slrale Convenrion in which
all members parlicipaled. Dances, assemblies, an all-school carnival, ancl many ol'her
acfivifies +ha+ helped bring aboul closer s+uden+-school relahonship were all carried
oul successfully wilh Jrhe cooperalion of council members.
MARGARET BABBITT MARGARET HUTCHISON WINNIFRED PEARSALL
Treasurer Secrefary Social Manager
FIFTEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
I-lighlighlmg Ihis school year was lhe holde Slale Officers for Ihe convenlnon were
ing of 'rhe I5lh Annual Arizona Sludenl Coun- Marshall Knoles, Presidenl Jerry Croclcell
cil Convenlion in Flagslall on December 3rd Vice-President Margarel I-Iulchison Secrela
and 4+h IT was allended by 4l3 represenla- ry: Margie Babbill Treasurer and Winnilred
lives ol schools lhroughoul Arizona. Pearsall, Social Manager
As Presidenl, Marshall presided al all
rneelings and proved he was capable of con-
ducling a successful convenlion. Jerry Crock-
ell greeled The guesls and assisled Margarel
I-Iuichison, who handled all correspondence. In
making plans for lhe convenlion, Margie Bab-
bill was placed in charge ol financial dulles
while Winnie Pearsall clirecled The social lunc-
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QUUNJIOR HIGH FACULTY
Principal of Junior High
A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B., M. A.
MRS. MARY CLUFF RAY J. BRADSHAW REGINA ROUSSEAU EDWlN J. FLEMING
Home Economics Social Science Geography, Science Social Science, Math
A. S. C., Flagstaff, B. S. University of Arizona, B. S. A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B., M. A. A. S. C., Tempe, B. A.
ERNEST MlCKELSON D. L. SKAGGS PAUL SCHREIBER FRED ANDERSON
Science, Shop English Math, English, Science Physical Education, Math
A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B., M. A. A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B. A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B. A. S. C., Flagstaff, A. B.
JUNIOR HIGH COUNCIL
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JUNIOR I-IIGI-I STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Roberl Shafer, Presiclenlq William Bliss, Vice-President Le Roy Kincanon,
Secrelaryg Charles Rucker, Treasurer: Gayle Vlfesl, Jersuey Woo, Social
VALDEZ MORRISON THOMPSON ELLIS
LOZANO GOMEZ PENDER HOLLIMAN
HUMETEWA BIRD JAMES HOKANSON
DIXON ASHLEY ROTTY HENRY
JUAREZ FAJARDO PARSONS ROUNTREE
DUFFY BERGMAN WELCH SPENCER
HAGER AUSTIN KEITH MONTOYA
RUCKER GRASMOEN DVORAK MILLER
LEAMON HUCKRIEDE JOHNSON
BRIERLEY TINNIN ELLIS
VALDOVINA CROVVE FLINN
CHAVEZ CAST! LLO RECKOS
CRAWLEY REKOS RODRIGUIZ
MAGANA SHAFER OWEN
CHAPMAN DIAL YORK
BURNS BEAMER BARRERAS
SHORT, JUARIQUI, GARBARINO, BAKER, WHIPP, GERMAN, WILLIAMS,
GICLAS, STEVENSON, JOHNSON, TRUJILLO, GADDIS, CORTEZ, HUDSON, ROMERO,
BARRERAS, GARCIA, STEPP, GARCIA, DALEGOWSKI, GRIEGO, DASH, NORTON, PENA,
SEDILLO, GIBBONS, CRAWLEY, CHAVEZ, WRIGHT, STEWART, MALDONADO, GILL, GOMEZ,
YOUNIS, HEWETT, BYRD, CRAWFORD, DALE, JARAMILLO, REES, SEDILLO, OWEN,
PHELPS, VEST, JENSEN, HALL, NATT, WILLIAMS, MARTINEZ, JARAMILLO, GRAHAM,
HANCE, SANCHEZ, MARLBOROUGH, PADILLA, PIRTLE, HANSON, FRY, THOMAN, CRUZ,
MANGUM, RUCKER, JONES, FLORES, BOREN, WELLS, BECKLEY, ALMARAZ, GREGG,
MONTOYA, THOMAS, MAYS, MILER, PORTILLO, HARRELL, HJORT, ENTNER, FOREHAND,
PRINCE, DORSEY, ESCH, LOMELI, ESPINOZA, TETTLETON, MARSH, KLOPPING, MARTINEZ
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PHELPS, REES, PEARSALL, LOVELESS, SPRINGER, RODRIGUIZ, SEDILLO,
ROJO, GLASSCOCK, CONLEY, COOPER, FOREMAN, HESTER, FOOTE, RANEY, DAVIDSON,
HEWETT, ALLEN, WYATT, LOPEZ, FLOREZ, CREIGHTON, OVERSON, KRAUSE, AYALA,
MILER, P OCHEMAS, GREER, JONES, COREY, RUIZ, GONZALES, MARTINEZ, ALMARAS,
TRUJILLO, ORNELAS, REYES, PIERCE, RICHARDS, JAMES, LANGSTON, HERRERA, PERSINGER,
GRAHAM, HODGIN, HARELL, KOURY, DEREFIELD, WOOD, CONLEY, LUCERO, MARTINEZ,
ORDIWAY, HERNANDEZ, RICHARDS, LOPEZ, RUIZ, ORNELAS, BACA, BRUMLEY, HERRERA,
BEAN, RUSHING, PESHLAKAI, HOFFMAN, THOMPSON, DOLLARHIDE, WILLIAMS, WILLINGHAM, GARCIA
PARKER, LUNA, DAVIS, LUNA, PHELPS, MICHELBACH, JARAMILLO, LUEVANO, WILLIS,
FLOURNOY, BARKSDALE, RHODD, VALLEIOS, WITHERS, CLINE, COBB, ADAME, CONTRERAS.
IIUNIIOIR II-IIIIGT-II IFOOTIBAILIL
Flagsfafl Williams ,..,,.,.,,
Flagslafli Jerome .,.,,,,,,.,,
Flagslalf Winslow i,,,,,,,..
Elagsiaff Williams ,..,......
Flagslaff I-Iolbroolc ...,s,,,
Flagslaff Winslow .,,..,..
Flagsfaff Jerome .,......s,
Flagslall Seligman ,,s,.,s,
Flagsfaff Clarkdale .,.,....
BASKETBALL TO U RNEY
'Flagslaif s,s,.. I8 Prescoh' .L,.,, 26
Elagsialf .,.,,, 29 Holbrook ..,s I4
Flagsfaff ,,s.., 26 Winslow ,,,,,, I7
JR. HIGH FOOTBALL SCORES
Jr. High ...s,,,,,,.,s,,,.v., 20 Prescoil Jr. High ,,
Jr. High .,,,.s,, ,,,,. O Prescoli Jr. High ..
JUNIOR HIGH BAND
JUNIOR HIGH INTRAMURALS
Ray Bradshaw, Sponsor
I-Iead Maiorefie ..v..... Shirley YaI'es
Lieulenanr ....,,...... Pa+ Pe-ndergrass
Lieu+enan+ .........,...... Deene Kring
Presidenl ,,,,.,,.,,,,...,.,U, David Rolly
Vice-Presiclenl ,,,7,......, Gayle Wesl
Secrelary .,......,7,,.,..,,,, Peggy Long
Social Manager ..A, Pal Penclergrass
Presidenr ............ Maxine Crawley
Vice-Presidenf ............ Inez Walker
Secy.-Trees. ........., Yvonne Cogdill
Presiclenf .....,.......... Jim Chapman
Vice-President Jimmy Richardson
Secreia ry ........ Bobby Lou Henry
SEVENTH GRADE MUSIC
SEVENTH GRADE DRAMA
Presiclenf ................ Roxie Loveless
Vice-Presideni ........ Marie Brierley
Secrelary ,,...,,Y......,. Sally Elournoy
Treasurer ,,,.,,,, Doroilwy Miclwelbaclw
EIGHTH GRADE DRAMATICS
Presideni ........ Joanne Clwiappefli
Vice-Presidenl ....., Kallwleen Miclce
Secrelary ,,,,,E....,,,,..., John Francis
NINTH GP ADE DRAMA
Pre-siolenl .,,.,,,..,V,,,.,,, Jim Chapman
Vice-Presidenl .,7..,., Carol Spencer
Secrefary ,,,,.,,..,., Jackie Holcanson
Treasurer .,..,,,........... Nona Wallaer
Presiclenl' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Oriol l.OZanO
Vice-Presidenlr ,..,........ Joe Seolillo
Secrelary ..,............,.. Joe Maqdna
Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,-,..., Ruben Sanchez
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BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF '49
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
PHO N E 64
Heleno Rubinstein - Lentheric
"Y0u'Zl Like Us"
Harman? Candy Store
BUSHEY'S FOUNTAIN CAFE
"THE EAGLES NEST"
Where the gong meets before cmd offer the game
GMC TRUCKS CASABLANCA DINING ROOM
OLDSMOBILES Spam h k
.. C ic en
M o R R o W M
M O T O R S Dinners
FOR GLAMOUR PORTRAITS
HIS ELECTRONIC MAGIC
ALL NORTHERN ARIZONA
SHOPS AND SAVES
CLOTHING VALUES FOR
THE ENTIRE FAMILY
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO.
QLVZ E. Aspen
SOMETHING NEW EACH DAY
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SCHOOL SUPPLIES
I0 I ASPEN AVENUE
Food Town Super Market
Northern Artzortws Largest Food Market
Merle S. Sauer
Robert E. Barnes E. C. "Bud" Cogdill
Diamond Se++ing A Specialty HUFFERIS
I5 N. Leroux Flagstaff, Ariz. SHELL
CCRAWILIEY BROS. ,jf .
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PHONE 4:4 N
Potato Chips Birdseye
Popcorn Frosted Food
Bakery Swift's Ice Cream
Products I-Iolsum Bread
Longley's Barber and Beaufy Shop
N. J. SHAUM Cr SON
ELECTRICAL WIRING and
MOTOR SU PPLY CO.
Phone 258 I8 N. Leroux Headquarlers lor
Aulornofive and Incluslrial
COmP'imen+S of SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
COCONINO MOTOR CO. .
STROMBERG - CARLSON
FRED'S RADIO SERVICE
I5 N. Agassiz Phone 342-W I3 N' Agasslz Phone 425
Grads of '-493
We wish you 'folks all fhe good forlune and
success in +he world!
And Remember . . .
Every House Needs Westinghouse
HUBBARD REFRIGERATION SUPPLY
105 Wesl Aspen Ave.
Sales WITH Service
Phone 285 P. O. Box I I6O
22 So. San Francisco
F I N E' S
"Always Something Finer
I5 N. San Francisco S+.
June Brofhers Furnifure Co.
"The Homemakers' Haven"
See Us For Gas Service
6,45 AND APPLIANCE co.
3 Sou'I'I1 Beaver
86 Sporting Goods
Phone 555-W 23 N. Beaver SI.
Gordon Evans, Mgr.
T. E. McOULLOUGH
Life and General Insurance
- Bonds -
29th AN N IVERSARY
C A F F E Y B R O S .
6 Sou+h Sifgreaves
HOTEL MONTE VISTA
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PURE FOOD BAKERY
noles, Jr. Som M. Ri h d
WE TRADE, BUY AND SELL
I5 Soufh Sifgreaves
MONTE VISTA COFFEE SHOP
For Banque+s or Special Occasions
ARIZONA AUTO SUPPLY CO.
IO7 N. LEROUX
JAMES BOOK and GIFT SHOP
EXCLUSIVE GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
3 Easf Aspen Avenue
Buick - Chevrolet
SALES - SERVICE
302 W. Sanfa Fe
I TRADING CO.
R. K. Douglass
IO E. Sanfa Fe Ave.
RUFF'S PACKAGE STORE Wilson G Coffin
8 NORTH SAN FRANCISCO APPLIANCES
J, K, RUFF' Mgr. II2 E. Aspen Phone IIB
RADIOS REFRIGERATORS SWEEPERS WASHERS DISHES
Flagstaff Furniture Company
THE TURQUOISE HORSE TRADING POST
Gifts for Every Occasion
E. D. BABBITT SNACK SHACK
HEINTZ SOUPS - CHILI
CO. FRENCH FRIES - STEW
SANDWICHES - MALTS
8 W. Sarnia Fe
Arizona Sfockmens DOUBLE CIRCLE
Loan Company ES+abIISI1ecI I926
Auflworized Du Ponf Painf Dealer
COMMERCIAL PAINTING - DECORATING - SIGNS
X UTI-IIN AND PRESTON
f cn-IEVRDN GAS STATION
Shandard Oil Producfs
USED CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD
"AIways A BeH'er Buy"
8 West Santo Fe Phone 262
Roy A. Curry Shoe Repair NATIONAL
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EQUIPMENT B O mfg? Smnifsiniiis " 'O
. H. L. WORISCHECK, Licensee
ZI NOHI1 San Francisco Phone 366 iosV2 N, Leroux sire 1
I FLAGSTAFF Auro SUPPLY co.
Courtesy SERVICE Quality
12 No. BEAVER PHONE 25
EL PATIO CAFE and COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Where The Besr in Food and Drinks Is Served
PHONE 448 FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA
WILLARD AND JOI-IN SIMPSON
Lincoln-Mercury Sale-s and Service
Indian Curio Andrews' Coffee
Mexican, Indian X1 Wesiern Curios
I8 E. Sania Fe
3I2 Sania Fe
Turquoise Pe+riIied Wood
JeweIry Jewelry Phone 435
BEST WISI-IES TO THE CLASS OF '49
Harper Furniture Co.
"Everything for the Horneu
FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
Furniture You Like AI Prices You Like To Pay
, FOUNTAIN - CAFE
Sandwiches Ice Crea
Special Noon Lunches
Flowers for All Occasions
CORSAGES 81 BOUOUETS
TONY'S STEAK HOUSE
Where the gang meets
Come in after the gem
' f HARRY cness 8. son
Su I Cleaners I Yuilon
One-Day Service I Pick-Up Delive
Phone I 4 Leroux I2 N. Sun Francisco - Phone 5 - Flugsial, A
BLACK CAT CAFE
HARDWARE - SPORTING GOODS
PAINTS - OILS - GLASS
VAN COURT'S GARAGE
TISSAW ELECTRIC AND SPORTING
I-IOT POINT APPLIANCES - G. E. RADIOS
WILSON SPORTING GOODS 84 EOUIPMENT
REPAIRS - GUNS - SUPPLIES - TACKLE
Isham-Spencer Insurance Agency
Au. Kmos or nNsuRANce
Including Life and Bonds
NORTHERN ARIZONA GAS SERVICE
LIQUIFIED GAS AND APPLIANCES Serving
COOKING ASH FORK
WATER HEATING FREDONIA
SIPROUSIE IRIEIITZ CO.
5-I0-I SCENT STORES
8 Sost Sonto Fe 6-I 0 East Aspen
A BOOSTER FOR FLAGSTAFF I-IIOI-I
Quahiy Meais - Vegeiables - Groceries
409 Wesi Sanfa Fe Phone 880
prochnowk Henderson s
LAD and LASSIE SHOP
I06 N. Son Francisco Sf.
BROWNZS Credit Iewelers
I9 E. Aspen P. O. Box 92I
EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
Phone 343 FIags+a'Ff, Arizona
"A Little Down Is Enough For Brown"
Complimenrs GENERAL ELECTRIC NORGE
Doc Williams HART 5' SONS
Saddiery Phone 73 320 Wesi Birch
FLAGS TAFF MOTORS
YOU R LOCAL
A DODGE a nd PLYMOUTH
Comple-Ie Service for Any Mofor Car
IO2 W. San+a Fe Ave. Phone I I
NORTHERN ARIZONA THEATRES, INC.
Wilson, Compton 6? Wilson
THE BANK OF ARIZONA
EsIabIIsI'1ed I 877
Branches In ,
FLAGSTAFF CLARKDALE WILLIAMS
FLAGSTAFF STEAM LAUNDRY
AND DRY CLEANING
Special Rales lo Sluclenls Are Given
Wiih Complimenfs From
FLAGSTAFF FLORAL and GIFT SHOP
l"lo+el Monfe Visla Bldg. Phone 534
Clofhes and Educafion make +he mon:
Fine quoli+y educcdion is +clugh+ a+
Flogslcff High School:
Fine qualify clo+hes may be 'Found of
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Wholesale and Relail
Compllmenis RUDY'S RADIO SERVICE
LYLE 4lf2 N. Leroux Ph. 840-W
202-204 -lalklnQl0n Bldq- The Mos? Complefe Slocls of
Phone I05 Radio Tubes in Norihern Arizona
Shops at o-ur
Complete Department Store
in the following departments
Featuring Nationally Advertised Merchandise
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR SHGES
MEN'S FURNISHINGS DRUGS
HARDWARE INDIAN CURIOS
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Home and Au+o Supplies
Radio Repair Service
' B. W. BAKER, Mgr.
IOS N. Leroux ' Ph. 40
VANDEVIER LODGE AND
LODGE AND DINING ROOM
FEED AND FUEL
202 W. Phoenix
FEH ER MUSIC CO.
Pianos - Musical InsIrumenIs
I S. Beaver I Phone 867-W
COMPLETE FOOD MARKET
903 North Beaver Phone I43
Qualify Cleaning Has
Phone 9 III N. Leroux
FLAGSTAFF LUMBER COMPANY
23 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
C. J. I-IOLLINOSI-IEAD, Mgr.
Pastime Recreation Club Gorclan's Welding
Bowling, Billiards, Ping Pong E , in?
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PHONE 484 FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA
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Daily Service To All
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HELP-UR-SELF and FINISH LAUNDRY
IOO MlKE'S PIKE PHONE 352
I24 Nor+l1 Beaver
LLOYD'S BEN FRANKLIN STORE
"Every+hing in School Supplies"
A Home Owned Slore
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ARIZONA SOFT PINE
Lumber - Timber - Buox Shooks ond Luth
This space dedicated 'I'o the following civic clubs
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E. A, Anderson Wm. W. Stevenson
Herbert Rice T. M. Flick
C. C. Creighton H. K. Mongum
E. B. Tolletson Andy Wolfe
Flogstoff Dentol Associotion
20-30 Club Women's Club
Lions Club Soroptimist Club
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