Florence Union High School - Saguaro Yearbook (Florence, AZ)
- Class of 1959
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Florence Union High School
' Florence.. Arizona
IRENE JORDAN--Business Manager
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Now that our '58-'59 school year is swiftly
closing, we pause to catch a glimpse of the fun
we've had and the friends we've made. So with
the aid of GOPHER guide, let's journey
through these pages of memories.
The 1959 SAGUARO is yours. You made itg
we preserved it through words and through
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MR. JOHN T. McGRATH
To MR. MCGRATH, in appreciation for his guidance as student council ad-
viser and for his patience and understanding as a teacher, we fondly dedicate
this SAGUARO of 1959.
Since the beginning of the 1956 school year. these same
five school board members have been meeting on the seeond
Thursflay of each month in the office of lVlr. McConnell
to hear and discuss all matters pertaining to student welfare.
All meetings are open to the pulmlie and the boarcl is always
glad to have anyone who wishes to attend or to Communicate
with tliem concerning any matters of administration or
lVlr. lVleConnell has lieen our superintendent for the past six
years. ln atltlition to am-tinfr as counselor and adviser to
two llllllilfflll eighty stuclenls. he is one of the townls most
aetive civic leaclers.
Sl lPlCR INTIFYN DICNT
William C. McConnell. ,lr.
SCHOOL BOARD: Mrs. F. Preston Sult. member: llenry Tliies, clerk: Charles Wliillimisf.
president: Charles Moody, memberg Joe O'Betka. memlverf
A l'lll'Ol'llll g1I't'Pllllg from Mrs. Kling-
lwll or ont- of the- 1-ight girls who
svrvc as hvr stutlvnt assistants he-lps
lo start tht' tlay off right for all of
us. The girls. who sevli to further
thvir coninwrvial c'xpc-i'i1-:iw hy avtual-
ly przu'tic'ing the funclznnentals of of-
lim- IlI'tlt'l'Illll'C'. work lor onP hour a
tlay in the olfiu' with Mrs. Klinglwil.
This yi-ar. as in pn-xious years. thi'
lilwrary stall. along with Mrs. l'ei1'1'c'.
has lava-n husy kvvping thc lihrary
ltt'ill anil orflvrly. rvpairing hooks.
making out owrilin- slips. rc-turning
lllfx hooks to the slwlws. and kveping
llN'II1 in orilvr. 'lihe-3 also typv. filo
vatalog rarfls. stump and prvpare ncw
lltilQilZlIll'S for use. and rio all the
othvr mlutivs iwcvssary to kcvp the lis
hrary running smoothly.
LIBRARY: Jackie Hoppvr, Bvatrivv Patrirk. Xlrs. P4-irm-4-. l.n1lora 'l'll4'li. I.inrla Slll'Zllit',
Carolyn Turnvr, janvt Evans, Julia Hin'ke'y.
Libmr and ffifce taffs
OFFICE: ,lann-I Evans. Mary Helm-n Mcsa. Julia Hlli'kf'y', ,loycv Smith. Syhia Yillawnlv. Ruhy My:-rs, Irene jordan, Kathy McGrath, Mrs.
B.A. in Ed., Arizona State University. American
History, Freshman Social Studies, Coach. Ad-
viser Sophomore Class.
RAYMOND F. BOWLING
M.A. in Ed., Arizona State College at ,Flagstaff.
Typing I, II, Bookkeeping, General Business,
Consumer Economics. Adviser Junior Class.
M.A. in Ed., Arizona State College at Flagstaff.
Woodshop, Crafts, Carpentry, Mechanical Draw-
ing. Adviser Senior Class.
MAXIN E BRUBAKER
M.A. in Adm. Supervision, Arizona State Uni-
versity. Typing I, Shorthand, Journalism, Office
Practice. Adviser Sophomore Class and Gopher.
LOUISE A. BUEHLER
B.S., lowa State College. Home Economics I, Il,
English I. Adviser Senior Class.
DELORES ' MARILYN CARMAN
B.A. in Ed., Arizona State University. Girls'
P.E. and Health Education. Adviser Pom Pon,
G.A.A., Pep Club, and Senior Class.
FRANK A. CELAYA
M.A. in Ed., University of Arizona. Spanish I,
Il, World Geography, Freshman Social Studies,
Coach. Adviser Junior Class.
M.A., University of Arizona. English III, IV.
Adviser Freshman Class and Saguaro.
FRENCK DE GRAZIA
M. Music Ed., University of Arizona. Band and
Chorus, Band Director.
GEORGE H. ERICKSON
B.S., Montana State College. Biology, Agricul-
ture II, III. Adviser F.F.A. and Sophomore
DALE R. GIBSON
M. Agriculture Ed., University of Arizona. Ag-
riculture I, IV, Farm Mechanics. Adviser F.F.A.
and Freshman Class.
JOHN T. McGRATH
M.A., Arizona State University. General Math,
Chemistry, Biology. Adviser Student Council
and National Honor Society.
ROBERT L. McKEAN
B.S., East Central State College. Driver Train-
ing, Problems of Democracy, Boys, P.E., Coach.
Adviser Freshman Class and Lettermen's Club.
M.A., Boston University. English II, Librarian.
Adviser Junior Class and Library Gophers.
A.B., De Pauw University. Algebra I, General
Math, Geometry, and Trigonometry.
H. TROYU THOMPSON
M.S., University of Idaho. English I, Il, Fresh-
man Social Studies, Speech, Coach. Adviser
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ADVISERS: Miss Carman, Mr. W. Bowling. Miss Bu
Among the most exciting activities of this year's senior
class were the trips for Senior Day which the class took
to the campuses of the University of Arizona in Tucson
and the Arizona State University at Tempe. The schedule
for the day had been carefully planned hy hoth universi-
ties. After registration, seniors went to the auditorium
for announcements. Then they divided into groups and
visited different departmentsg such as. business adminis-
tration. science. education. and engineering.
After lunch in Student Union Building, they saw the
crowning of the Queen of Senior Day, which was followed
by a fashion show. The seniors spent the rest of the after-
noon touring campus or visiting friends enrolled at the
universities. After dinner they were given tickets to the
football game and to the dance which followed.
During the second semester the seniors selected their caps
and gowns, ordered announcements, and made plans for
OFFICERS: Irene Jordan, Secretaryg Kathy Lewis, Presirlentg Janet Evans, Vice-Presidentg Bill
BOBBIE SUE CHILDERS
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Desperate for money with wliieh to finance the Prom, juniors set
their elass dues at a dollar a year. Additional funds were earned
bv selling at the coneession stand during football season and spon-
soring dances after the hall games.
lfarly in January a committee f eonsisting of Bill Walls. chairmang
Frank Jiminez: Margaret Lewis: Sharon Eyman: Patsy Hopperg and
Jackie Hopper ---- liegan planning the decorations and the refresh-
ments for the annual Junior-Senior Prom. which was held on Satur-
day, April 11.
President, Bill Walls
Vice-President, Dick Martinezg Treasurer, Patsy Hopperg Secretary,
ADVISERS: Mr. Thompson. Mr. Celaya, Mrs. Peirce, Mr. R. Bowling.
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ADVISERS: Mr. Erickson, Mrs. Brubaker, Mr. Barrie.
The class of ,61 held their first meeting to
elect class officers and to set dues for the year.
A second meeting followed to make plans for
initiating the freshmen on September 5. A
committee was appointed to carry out their
plans. Another committee of sophomore boys
was chosen to work with Mr. Barrie in super-
vising the freshman boys who painted the Mlffi
The following week sophomores held a dance
to welcome the freshmen.
During the year the class has raised funds
by sponsoring dances after some of the basket-
ball games. In this way they will be able to
start their junior year with a good balance to
meet their many expenses.
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Jo Ann Sn-wart
Virginia Van Harcn
Anna Mario C1-luya
ADVISERS: Mr. Gibson and Miss Crough. Mr. McKean
was the third adviser.
After the hustle and bustle of getting registered
had calmed down, the freshmen set out to
become one of us. This, of course, wasn't
accomplished until the traditional c'Freshman
At this point the sophomores, headed by Presi-
dent Bernice Padilla, took over and issued
orders for freshman dress and conduct to be
observed on the morning of September 5.
Sophomores also worked out an assembly, mak-
ing free use of freshman talent. Freshman
labor produced the gleaming, white 'Ti' on the
hill overlooking our town.
The class proved to be such good sports that
they were rewarded with a dance sponsored
by the sophomores on the following week. Now
they were really a part of FUHS. They elected
a slate of temporary class officers. ln No-
vember they held an election of permanent
officers and class representatives to student
council to serve for the remaining part of the
Secretary, Barbara Brady, Treasurer, Mary Carmeng Andazola, Vice-Presidentg
Woody Grantham, and President, Bob England.
Mary Carmen Andazola
Edward Roy Billingsley
Ben F. Bray
Shirley Ann Busby
Earl Dean Cartwright
Joyce Faye Henry
Victor La Nasa
Barbara Ann Linton
Earnest Dale Murdock
Jn Ann Porter
Alvis Lee- Reynolds
Sheryle Lynn Terry
Phyllis Van Allen
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Assistant Editor ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, B ETTE DAVIS
Businvss ,llanagffr , IRENE JORDAN
Ariviser ,,,,,,,,,,,.... ,,,,,,,, ll HSS CROUGH
Tuck, Lillian Shrock. Miss
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wor on layout, checking and editing a page for the yearbook.
The Saguaro staff has niet regularly
during activity period. Planning and
financing this annual has been a lot of
fun. as well as hard work. We were
fortunate to have excellent typists, lay-
out artists. salesmen and reporters. Bill
Walls did all the art work for the an-
Special credit goes to Bette Davis who
gave so much assistance to our husi-
ness manager. lrene Jordan. and who
took over as editor during the two
weeks that Bill Walls was ill.
To all of you:
Bette Davis, lrene Jordan, and Ruth Ellen Shrock are working out advertising pagss
Our advertisers for making this yearhook possihle.
Our teachers for their cooperation when we were taking pictures.
Wir. lVlcConnell. Mrs. Klinglveil. and our coaches for furnishing data.
lVlr. Cihson for his generous help in photography,
Our fellow-students for their loyal support.
we sincerely thank you
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Virginia Ayala. Shirley Ann liushy, Charlene Ellis, Jo Ann Stewart. and Christine Smith are on our editorial staff.
Coveted by every Gopher. membership in the Letter-
men's Club is attained only after many months of
vigorous training and active participation in sports. To
qualify for membership. athletes must play twelve quar-
ters in football. sixteen quarters in basketball, or twenty-
one innings in baseball or earn fifteen points in track.
This year the Lettermen revised their by-laws and de-
cided to discontinue the rigorous initiation to which
new members have been subjected in the past. Another
innovation was their decision to pay for the insurance
of each member. To earn money for this project and
for financing their summer trip, the Lettermen worked
at the concession stand during basketball season.
OFFICERS: Mr. McKean, Adviser, Frank Jimenez, Sevrvlaryg Earl
Surber, Treasurer, Alex Felix, Sergeant-at-Arnls: Arthur Padilla, Vire-
Presidentg George Myers, President.
FIRST ROW: Tommy Celaya, Alex Felix, Frank Jimenez, Earl Surber, Arthur Padilla, George Myers, Don Custis. SECOND ROW: Brent
Freeman, Domingo Alvarado, Dick Feliz, Charles Johnson, Dan Custis, Arturo Leon, Johnny Salazar, Louie Rivera. THIRD ROW: Mr. Mc-
Kean, Henry Carrasco, Avelino Andazola, Eddie Ortiz, Lewis Manual, Dick Martinez, Flavio Remigio, Eddie Celaya. Not pictured: Bill
Walls, john Billingsley.
Efliror ., .. MARY SALAZAR Ei I
Assistanl Edilor , , NIQLLIE SEPULVEDA
Busirzess Managzrs H , CHARLIE BORQUEZ
Gopher Typist ..,.. . , ANN MCCORMICK
Photograplzcrs 7, JIMMY HOPPER
Girls, Sports , , ,, , MAGGIE GUTIERREZ
Boys' Sporls ., , FRANCES BORQUEZ
Activities . , , ,IOSEPHINE GARCIA
Ar! , . . , TERRY BALL
LANAIR LAMB, JULIE CLAYPOOL
Reporlcrs , , , MARILYN MCCONNELL
Darlfroom I , ,L , , . DICK FELIZ
Faculty AlI1'l.S6'f MRS. MANINE BRUBAKER
SEATED: ,lulic Claypool, Mrs. Brubaker. STANDING: Terry llall
Don Custis. Frances Borqucz.
The GOPHER. published once a month hy the journal-
ism class. has kept us up to date on news and events at
EUHS. Under the direction of Mrs. Brubaker. the editor
and assistant editor have supervised every job and met
Characteristic of this year's GOPHER has been the ex-
cellent display of pictures. Each issue has featured an
attractive and artistic front page and interesting copy
on a wide variety of topics of student interest.
SEATED: Dick Feliz, Mary Salazar, Mrs. Brubaker. STANDING: ,Iackiv Hopper. Ann McCormick. Arthur Padilla, Sylvia Villavcrde, Nellie
Sepulveda, Lionilda Salazar, Maggie Gutierrez, Josephine Garcia. Jimmie- Hopper. Terry Rall, LaNair Lamb, Gloria Mclfntire, Don Custis.
Marilyn McConnell, ,lulie Claypool.
This years council worked out and pub-
lished new rules affecting student dress
and a new set of regulations governing
school dances. They also took charge of
collections for the polio fund. They were
in complete charge of all Homecoming
On December 5 several inemhers of the
council. accompanied hy Mr. McGrath,
attended the convention held at Pueblo
High School in Tucson. Last summer Ave-
lino Andazola represented Florence at the
student council workshop held at the uni-
versity campus in Tempe. To huild up a
fund to send our representative to Tempe
next summer, memhers of the council have
sold pennants and sponsored several
dances. including the Homecoming dance.
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President, Avelino Andazolag Secretary, Pat Tuckerg Vice-President, Frank jiinencz
Treasurer, Kathy McGrath.
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RlQl'RESEN'l'A'I'lVES: Tommy Cclaya, seniorg Eddie Celaya, juniorg John Ohlfesr, sophomoreg Bob Linton, freshmang Susan Young,
senior: Jackie Hopprr, juniorg Ruth Ellen Shrock. sophomoreg Marie Ortiz, freshman.
Kathy McGrath, Avulino Andazola, Earl Surher, Pat Tucker, Alex Felix, Linda Trepanier.
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Each year ten per cent of the senior
class and five per cent of the junior
class are elects-rl to the National Hon-
or Society. lVlemhe1'ship is based
upon scholarship. lm-mlm-strip. service,
Mr. lVlcGrath is faculty adviser for
the organization, Avelino Andazola is
president. Alex Felix is vice-president,
Pat Tucker is secretary, and Earl
Surber is treasurer.
The picture at left shows seniors
elected to membership last year, and
the picture below presents the new
members elected in January.
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Dick Martinez. Eddie Celaya, Terry Ball, Margaret Lewis. Bill Walls. and Hill Ste-fun.
OFFICERS: Kathy Lewis, President: Sharon Eyman, Vice-Presirlelltg
This 'ear the Girls, Athletic Association earnefl their
letters by playing in the intramural games during the
lunch hour. ln these ames the freshmen, so homores,
juniors, and seniors fought for top place.
For each ame in which a irl Jlavs. she ets five
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points. To earn her letter she must have a total of at
least four hunclrecl points.
During the first semester the girls played volleyball ancl
basketball and participated in swimming. Softball,
archery, tennis, and badminton were schecluletl for the
Palsy Hopper, Secretary: Margaret Lewis, Treasurer. I l A A
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FIRST BOW: Sharon Byman, Margaret Lewis. Patsy Hopper, Bettie Boss, jackie Hopper, Rita Carrasco, Lionilda Salazar, Beulah Stl-cle,
lda Myers. SECOND ROW: Betty Adams, Mary Carmen Anrlazola. Marie Ortiz, Phyllis Van Allen, Jean Lann, Sharon Dempsey, Nancy
Bork, Jnmly Decker. Buth Calhoun, Ruth Dayfielfl, Kathy Haley. THlRD ROW: Linda Walker, Laveme Gilbert, Barbara Brady, ,Iannar
Spratlcy, Marilyn Mctioxnicll, Mary Mclfntire, Beatrice Patrick, Shirley Smith, Lorrctta Warner, Janice Owens, Shirley Busby, Barbara
FIRST RUXV: Linda 'l'r'n'paiiivr, Susan Young. Stn-lla Araiva. Nellie- Svpulvvmla. Rvlxa Hal y Lillian bllflltk Kallly Luwie Ruby Myers floila
M1'Entirv, Irvin- Jordan. SECOND ROW: Sharon Castro. Cla-mla Ailuir. Gm-rriv Rolulc iliarlmm l'll1 LaVon Flowi Arlean llushy Anna
Marin' Cvlaya, ,lan 'l'urnvr, Virginia Ayala. Hvtliv Granillo. THIRD RUW: Carla Luflvug. Mary Bowling llnmim l'aml1ll'1 Vlfgjlfllll Vfin
Harcn, Diane' Tliivs, jackie Ttason, JoAnn Stewart, Lillian l'i:'rcr', lllll'l'yl Cadwalamlcr Loui Q lJ8WflllLl
G. A. A. COUNCIL
'flu' following managers wvrc 4-lr-cts-il for tlw
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, , BEULAH STEELE
, LILLIAN SHROCK
, LAVON TOWE
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FIRST ROW: Dick Feliz, Paul DeLaO, Philip DeLaO, Elden Ball, Arturo Leon, Louie Rivera, Dick Martinez. SECOND ROW: Jimmy
Smith, Clenn Myers, Ceeil Kempton, Lewis Grantham, Cordon Cantor, Bob Johnson, Bob Acosta, Elzie Cartwright. THIRD ROW: Charles
Kimbrough, Raymond Hamilton, Wayne Ellis. Don Curtis, Paul White, Dan Custis, George Myers.
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Larry Cill. Senlimflg Charley johnson, Treasurerg Earl Surlmer, Secretary, Walter
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The Florence Chapter of F.F.A. was originally
organized in l930g however it was inactive at
intervals prior to 1948, when it was reorganized
by Mr. Cihson. The chapter has been active
To attain the degree of CHAPTER FARMER,
a student must meet the following require-
l. He must earn and reinvest 3550 on a farm-
2. He must pass a test on the chapter.
3. He will have to lead a group discussion
for ten minutes.
44. He must he officially voted to the degree.
Candidates for the degree of Creenhand in F.F.A. must
meet the following requirements:
1. A pupil must he enrolled in a Course in agrieulture. ' X
2. lle must pass a test on the aims and purposes of
3. He must learn the l7.l7.A. Creed.
Al-. He must he eleeted into the Chapter hy majority
After elections have heen eondueled. the candidates are
initiated into the ehapter in a formal COIPIIIOIIY. This
year's initiation was held early in the fall with Chapter
Preisdent Wfalter Meyer in Charge of the eeremony.
AIJVISERS: George lfriekson and llale Cihson.
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FIRST ROW: Donald Olson. Jim England. Johnny Salazar, Woody Grantham, Alvis Reynolds. Vit-tor LaNasa, Bob England. Ross Freenian,
David Kaiser, Dale Nielsen. SECOND ROW: Johnny Allen, Kenneth llc-Currie. l'at Klellonald. Adolfo Padilla, Robert Avenenti, llohhy
Linton, Eugene Carter. Frank George, David Mullin, Emest Smith. Wendell Cripe. THIRD ROW: Hoy Smith. Steve Nowlin, Herbert Padilla,
Ronnie Meflee. Riehard Martinez, James Buchanan. John Zmnsteg, Leonard Espinoza. Glenn lfllis. Ilale Nlurdoek, Cary Widilowfield.
FIRST ROW: ,l.V. CHEERLEADERS - Diane Thies. Cvrric- Robles, Carla Ludwig. SECOND ROW: Marie Ortiz, Bettie Cranillo, Charlene
Ellis, Lydia Granillo, Mary McEntir0, Barbara Brady, Rosemary Manuel, Olivia Rivera, Mary Carmen Andazola. THIRD ROW: Virginia
Myers, Virginia Ayala. .lluly Decker, Louise Dayfivld, Norma Wainscott, Jo Ella Smith, Mary Grace Bowling, ,loan Nix, Anna Marie Celaya,
Ruth Calhoun, Rarliara Linton, Nanvy Bork. FOURTH ROW: Mary Forenman. EINIUY Still- Linda Walker, Barbara MCEHUTP, Jo AIH1
Sli-wart, Rulll Ellen Slmwk, ffarulyn Cragston, Sliirlcy Smitli, Jannar Sliarllvy, Virginia Vail Harvli.
Adriscr ., ., MISS CARNIAN
President ,, , ,, JACKIE HOIWER
Vice-President PAT TUCKER
Secretary , ARLEAN RUSRY
Treasurer LA VON TOWE
POM PON GIRLS: Framw-s Bnrqiu-1. Sliaron Eyman. Sharon Castro, Bernice Padilla. Linda
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Ellis. THIRD ROW: 'l'mnmy Lippert, Arlean Busby, Shirley Parker, Linda Linton, Mary Ann Lippert, Bette Davis. FOURTH ROW:
Iunnny P4-nm'll, Ronald lxll'Bl'1Lil', Nellie Sepulveda, Alan Fulton, Glenn Ellis.
There was never a dull moment for the band during the
first semester of school, Hour after hour they marched
and practiced with the pom pon girls at third period and
after school to perfect their half-time shows for the foot-
Other activities of the first semester included performances
for Band Day at Arizona State University at Tempe, the
State Fair at Phoenix, and the Christmas program pre-
sented with the chorus for the school.
Among the band activities of the second semester were
the Pinal County Music Festival, the music festival at the
school with the junior high school band, the spring con-
cert, and the musical portion of the baccalaureate and 'X
graduation exercises. The social highlight of the year was
the annual picnic attended by both hand and chorus
FIRST ROW: Maggie Gutierrez, Sylvia Villaverde, Janice Owens, Eva Salazar, Emmy Sult. SECOND ROW: Patsy Hopper, Barbara Linton.
THIRD ROW: Mary Helen Mesa, Ricky Fulton, Ruth Calhoun, Walter Meyer, Robert Kelm. FOURTH- ROW: Cordon Cantor, Frank
George, Roddy Freeman, LaNair Lamb, Ruth Myers, Mr. DcCrazia
Jo Ann Stewartg Myrtle Brewer, presidentg Nancy Bork, secretaryg Earl Dean Cartwright,
Julia Huckey and Nellie Sepulveda, reporters.
Organized last year by Mrs. Peirce,
the Library Gophers have as their
main purposes library publicity -
achieved through the Gopher, bulletin
board displays. and book displays -
and service through working in the
They have sponsored several money-
making projects. Last year the money
earned was spent for library booksg
this year the money they earn will go
toward the purchase of a new charg-
This yearas activities have also includ-
ed trips to Arizona Trade Bindery,
Phoenix Public Library. University of
Arizona Library, and the Catalina
High School Library.
FIRST ROW: Ruth Dayfield, Norma Ruiz, Julia Huckey, Nancy Bork, Betty Samuels, Eula 'Faye Dixon, Lois ,lean Cartwright, Josephine
Garcia, Nellie Sepulveda. SECOND ROW: Ludora Tuck, Barbara McEntire, Norma Wainscott, Charlene Ellis, Mary McEntire, Linda
Walker, Ted Hansen, Jerry Tepolt, Wayne E
llis, Mrs. Peirce.
In great demand this year, our chorus under
the direction of Mr. De Grazia, has kept a busy
schedule. ln addition to programs on campus,
they have performed for the Florence WOH18H,S
Club. Highpoint of the year's activities was their
spring concert. The chorus also participated in
the Pinal County Music Festival and in bacca-
laureate and graduation exercises. At the close
of the year the chorus joined the band for the
music department,s annual picnic.
DIRECTOR: Frenck de Grazia.
President, Frances Borquezg Treasurer, Florence Patrickg V ice President Reba
Haley, Secretary, Terry Ball, Librarian, Josephine Garcia
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FIRST ROW: Mr. DeGrazia, Cheryl Cadwalader, Nancy Bork, Norma Ruiz, Nadean Yon, Reba Haley, Rosemary Manuel Josephine Garcia
Virginia Van Haren, Mary McEntire. SECOND ROW: Linda Trepanier, Betty Samuels, Eula Dixon, Lois Cartwright, Bettie Cranillo Lillian
Pierce, Florence Patrick, Norma Wainscott, Shirley Busby, Terry Ball, Barbara McEntire. THIRD ROW: Frances Borqucz Llomlda Salazar
Eva Salazar, Bette Davis, Linda Shrake, Mike Zufelt, Arthur Padilla, Paul DeLaO, Eddie Ortiz, Dick Feliz, Joan Nix
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With nationwide interest centered as it is in the fields of science
and mathematics, this year at FUHS has seen a tremendous in-
crease in enrollment in courses offered by our science and mathe-
matics departments. At the head of our math department is Mr.
Levi Thomson, while Mr. McGrath heads the science department.
In the picture at the top of this page, Mr. Thomson is giving the assignment
for the day to his sixth period algebra class.
Pat Shrock is explaining an equation to the first period Algebra I class in
the picture above.
At the right is Jonathan Mitcliell, a sophomore, who is enrolled in plane
geometry. Jonathan is one of several honor students who have shown keen
interest in the field of mathematics this year.
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ln the picture ut uppvr right is Bill Stvlun, with
Dick Fi-liz ainil Charlvs Russell. working on an as-
sigrnnc-nt fur Pruhlcnis of Democracy during their first
pe-riml study hall.
In the vc-ntvr picture Flon-rice Patrick, Bettie Granil-
ln. Lillian l'ivi'i'm'. and Danny Canter are ready to
drive out with Mr. McKean in Drivers' Training
class first pvriml.
At the- right llzirlmuru Rotlilishc-rgcr. who recently cn-
rolh-il as a junior, catvlws up on US. History with
thi' hm-lp of Dirk Martinvz.
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ing on an assiggnim-nt in l'1'm'1ir'al lfrzglislz in thu pic-
ture at thc- top of thr- pugv.
ln tin' pivlurv almvv. Mr. Troy Tliompsrm is :warli-
ing infwnlwrs of lin- spvm-li vlass just lmvforc their
trip tu thi- vnntvst lu-lil ul Suipninl Hifrh S4-luml in
At lm-ft urn Bcity Suinuvls und Andy Hviiavidvz in Mr.
Caiayak first pe-riml Spanish I class, irunsfvrring tlwir
assigiiinm-ills to ilu' lmlzivklumrrl for rnrrvc-lion by thc
F .F .A.
Cvcil Kempton and Walt:-r Meyer
Larry Gill, Jonathan Mitchell, Paul De-LaO, Dick Martinez, Wayne Ellis, Glen Myers, Walter
Waltvr Meyt-r, Chapter President, and Cecil
Kcnipton, Star Chapter Creenhand are shown
at Florence Junction awaiting the hus that
will take them to the FFA Convention in
At loft and below arc pictures taken of tlu-
Octolwr initiation of Chapter Farnu-rs and
Cn-vnltattris. The initiation is In-ld yvarly
for FFA students who have cotnplr-tt'd rt'-
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vr. as ffliaptt-r PI't'Sltil'lli, 1-onductvtl tlu'
CREENHANDS: Ronnie McGee. Johnny Salazar, Glenn Ellis, Eugcnv Carter, Ht-rlmcrt Padilla, Dale Nielson, David Kaiser, Woody Cran-
tham, David Mullin, Roy Smith, Leonard Espinoza, Bob England, Bobby Linton, Victor LaNasa, ,lim England, Alvis Reynolds, Gary
Wrddowfield, Dale Murdock, Chapter President Waltz-r Me-yer, Adolfo Padilla.
PEP BAND members, shown above in front of the band room, include Wayne Ellis, Alan Fulton, Glenn Ellis, Roddy Freeman, Walter
Meyer, Robert Kclm, Tommy Lippert, Ruby Myers, Frank George, Ricky Fulton, Mary Helen Mesa, Bette Davis, Mary Ann Lippert, Barbara
Linton, Irene Jordan, Patsy Hopper, Linda Linton, Shirley Parker, Arlean Busby.
The MARCHING BAND has just gone into a 49 formation in the half-time show at the homecoming game honoring the class of '49.
All students were invited to the dance welcoming the freshmen
of the Class of '62,
At the assembly held before noon on Freshman Day, members of
the freshman class were called upon to perform on stage. ln the
picture at left Ronnie McGee is singing a solo.
Below, Mrs. Brubaker is busy posing freshman boys for a picture
to be used in the Gopher. Boys were dressed in girls' bathing
suits and high heels and wore lipstick.
The girls wore 1ll8ll,S pajamas or longjohns, high-topped boots,
and lampshades for hats. In the picture at lower right Sedatha
Rodgers leads the pajama parade at the close of the assembly.
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Frank Jimenez, Tommy Celaya. Ruth Ellen Shrock, Kathy McGrath
The two pictures above show members of our student council snapped
at the annual convention of the student councils held on December
5th at Pueblo High School in Tucson. Mr. John McGrath, our council
adviser. accompanied the Florence group on the trip.
At right is a picture taken at the convention of Arizona Scholastic
Press Association. Several students from the Gopher staff and the
Saguaro staff attended the convention held on October 4th on the
campus of Arizona State University at Tempe. Here Ruth Ellen
Shrock is introducing Bill Walls, Saguaro editor, who was running
for the office of vice-president of the Association.
Margaret Lewis, Walter Meyer, Earl Surher, Jannar Spratley, Barbara Brady, and Eldon Ball.
F .F A. weetheart Dance
F.l7.A. classes each nominated a candidate for their Chapter
Sweetheart of 1959. From these candidates Margaret Lewis
was elected by popular vote. She was crowned by Walter
Meyer, Chapter President, at the annual Sweetheart Dance on
December 19. The Chapter presented her with a Corsage and
an l7.l7.A. Sweetheart jacket.
Stink-nts and I't't'l'Ill alumni attended the danev.
Queen Margaret Lewis dances with President Walter ltleyvr
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Adolfo Padilla, and Jannar Spratley.
l'lomccoming being just a few days before election, the band
entitled their half-time show Wrhe Peoplels Choicefi The
following formations were presented for the show: 13 for
the 13 original colonies, a cabin representing Abraham
Lincoln and the Civil War years, US, a donkey for the
Democrats. an elephant for the Republicans, an X for the
voter to place on his ballot, and the White House. Then
the band welcomed the class of 194-9 by going into a 49
formation. For the last performance in the show the eight
candidates for Homecoming King and Queen were called
to the field where winners of the titles were announced. The
band went into a crown formation: and as they played
'The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," the King and Queen were
crowned by Pat Tucker, secretary of the student couneil,
and Avelino Andazola. president of the student council.
Half-time activities were concluded as the band marched off
playing the Gopher song.
The band is forming a 49 to welcome the members of the class of 1949.
This year's ll0ItlPt'0l1tlllg was planned to honor the graduates of 19-19. The student
council took charge of all Homeeoining activities, The show was built around a
western theme to conimemorate the forty-niners and the gold rush. All four classes
submitted two candidates who were voted upon by the entire student body. Reba
Haley and Dan Custis. senior candidates, were elected Homecoming King and
Queen. They were attended by Lewis Grantham and Frances Borquez, junior candi-
dates: Billy Joe Garner and Sharon Castro. sophomore candidates: and Januar
Spratley and Adolfo Padilla. freshman candidates.
The night before the game. a bonfire was held for the football players and the
coaches. On the day of the game there was a parade downtown in the afternoon. The
crowning of the King and Queen took place during the activities at the half time.
The dance held after the game was sponsored by the student council and was well
attended by students. guests. and graduates of the-class of VL9.
Student body officers, Pat Tucker and Avelino Andazola, present gifts from the associated
students to the king and Queen.
Queen Reba Haley and King Dan
Above, Seniors take their places after processional. At left, Jainvs
Suit gives salutatory address.
On the evening of May 26 of last spring, forty-seven
seniors received their diplomas. The exercises began with
the processional. 'iPo1np and Circumstancefl when the
class marched to their places at the sides of the northwest
patio. After the invocation given by Father Leoni. Class
President Budd Myers extended greetings. The salutatory
address, '4Why Go to College," was given by james Suit.
Valedictorian John Davis spoke on "Science for Usf' The
senior class sang their class song. 'LMy Taskfi and the
chorus sang c'Sing lVle to Sleep," and wfhe Hills of Homef'
Six seniors presented an instrumental number, "Angel,s
Serenadef' Adviser Mr. McKean presented the class to Mr.
Whitlow, president of the school board, who awarded di-
1 or gn s from 1 roru Q11 1 Shep At right, Delia Cranillo receives diploma from Mr. Whitlow.
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Last year five members of the junior class were honored for
their high scholarship, character. and leadership. CHARLEY
JOHNSON and ALEX FELIX were given a trip to the San
Diego Naval Training Center. visiting boot camp and the
amphibious base where they saw movies and a demonstra-
tion of an amphibious attack and went aboard a submarine.
They took a short trip up the coast on the USS Tom
Green County and saw the place where the Navy mothballs
their ships. They returned home by plane with other Pinal
LINDA JO TREPANIER and JANET EVANS went to
Girls' State at the University of Arizona. Linda Jo lived in
Manzanita City where she was chairman of the board of
education. She ran for judge of the Superior Court but
lost out in the general election. Janet was head of the sani-
tation commission of Saguaro City. She campaigned for
next yearis governor, Sarah Owens, also from Saguaro
EARL SURBER and BILL STEFUN Went to Flagstaff to
Boys' State. Bill, who lived in Carleton City took the bar
examination and received his shingle. Earl served as a
clerk on the election committee and lived in 0,Neil.
These Seniors won honors
Bill Stefun, Linda Jo Trepanier, Janet Evans, and Earl Surher.
PAT TUCKER was the 1959 recipient of the
annual good citizenship award Qven by the
Daughters of the American Revolution to a
girl who is a senior in high school.
For her excellence in the department of mu-
sic MARY ANN LIPPERT. a junior, earned
a scholarship to the state High School Music
Camp held on the campus of Arizona State
University in Tempe during the summer of
IRENE JORDAN. one of several girls who
took the Betty Crocker test this year, was
awarded the title of Homemaker of Tomor-
row. lrene is a senior. She may now enter
the state competition. The winner of the state
title, which carries a large scholarship, is en-
titled to compete at the national level.
ome Competed for Awards
Mary Ann Lipper!
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These girls practicing for the badminton tournament are members of the team that went to Tempe for the toumament
Mary Carmen Andazola, Charlene Ellis, Linda Walker, and Mary McEntire-members of
our first archery class-practiced at noon and after school.
Girls here are swimming during the noon hour to eam points for GAA.
Johnny Salazar, Frank Jimenez, and Charlie Borquez get some advice and pick
up a few pointers from Coach Celaya.
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These outfielders are Tommy Celaya, Dickie Feliz, Dick Martinez, and Glenn Myers.
Taking part in a pepper game are lnfielders Victor Carrasco, Roy Smith, Elzie Cart-
wright, and Andy Benavidez.
Gophers are looking forward to a good
season in 1959. Last year's record in-
cluded six victories and eight defeats.
They had started the ,58 season with
an inexperienced infield. having lost the
entire infield of the previous season.
This year's team boasts several re-
turning lettermen, and prospects look
good for the Gophers.
Eddie Celaya plays first base. Pitcher Art Padilla and Catcher Henry Carrasm hold a brief conference
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Florence .........,...... 34
Florence ..,.......,v..,. 34
Florence ...........,..., 14
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This year's JV team was composed of sophomores and fresh-
men and was coached by Mr. Noel Barrie and George
Myers, a senior. One of the best teamis FUHS has had,
they were a credit to their coaches and to the school. They
played brilliantly, winning all games but that with Marana.
Some of them were called to help out the varsity when
replacements' were needed for injured men. High point man
.IV FOOTBALL SEASON
Coolidge ...s............ 6
Paradise Valley .,,, 12
Coolidge ..,,.........,.. 0
Marana ..,. .,,,.... 2 7
ASSISTANT COACH MYERS
for the Junior Varsity was Adolfo Padilla with 24 points
for the season. Bob Avenenti scored 18 pointsg Andy Bena-
videz, 15 pointsg Steve Nowlin, 12 pointsg Bob Acosta, 6
pointsg Manuel Hernandez fno longer enroled at FUHSJ,
5 pointsg and Roy Smith, 2 points. Their experience this
year will make them valuable additions to the Gopher
Varsity of next year.
FIRST ROW: Robert Avenenti, Victor Carrasco, Bob Linton, Billy Joe Garner, David Kaiser,
Roddy Freeman, manager. SECOND ROW: Roy Smith, Andy Benavidez, Amando Andazola,
Johnnie Herman, Pete Carrillo, Brent Freeman. THIRD ROW: Adolfo Padilla, John Crouch,
Milton Harris, Eddie Baker, Eugene Carter, Mr. Barrie. Bob Acosta, Ross Freeman, Steve
Nowlin, Jerry Smith, and Billy Yarborough were not present for the picture.
1958 FOOTBALL SEASON
Sept. 26-Gilbert ...,..
Oct. 1 7-Marana .......... 12 24
Oct. 24-Hayden ............. .......... 2 1 6
Oct. 31-Flowing Wells ,......,...... 32 12
Nov. 6-Coolidge ........... ...... 7 6
Nov. 14-Eloy ....... ........., 4 8 0
The Gophers began the football year with only a few retum-
ing lettermen. The entire season was marked by disappoint-
ments--illness, injuries, and other setbacks. Through it all
the team spirit was high and the Gophers gave all they had
in every game.
The efficiency of the managers-Alex Felix, Roddy Free-
man, and Johnny Salazar-did much to relieve team tension.
The Gophers were further encouraged at every game by our
lively band and an enthusiastic pep club. From their coaches
the team drew the confidence that boosted their spirit.
Our first three games were played at home. The Gophers
were unable to match the driving force of the Superior
eleven. They picked up strength in the Gilbert game and
fought Thatcher to a tie. The team next traveled to Ray
and Marana, losing to Ray but winning from Marana. The
homecoming game with Hayden was a heartbreaker. At the
end of the half the Gophers were confident of a victory that
was snatched from them in the last quarter.
Again the team traveled for games with Flowing Wells and
Coolidge. Our last game, played at home with Eloy, was our
team's first loss to them since ,55.
FIRST ROW: Sonny Smith, Charlie Borquez, Eddie Celaya, Paul White, Frank Jimenez, Domingo
Alvarado, Arthur Padilla, Robert Olivier, Elzie Cartwright. SECOND ROW: Louie Rivera, Earl
Surber, Don Custis, Dan Custis, Charley Johnson, Tom Celaya, Avelino Andazola, Arturo Leon.
Henry Carrasco was not present for the picture.
The whole Gopher team cmivnrgcs on this hull carrier in the Thatcher gunmen
Home Grid Action
Avclino Anduzola carries the hall for the Gophers in this play in the Eloy game.
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Hcnry Currusco ploughs through u swarm of opponents to pick up yardage fur the Gophers in
thc game with Gilbert.
FIRST ROW: Tonnny Lippcrt. Gilbert Daniels. Adolfo Padilla, Kenneth Mcllurric, Johnnie Herman, Roy Smithg SECOND ROW Mr
Barrie. Janws Bnvlxanann. Le-onarrl Espinoza. John Crouch, Hr-rhert Padilla. Ronnie McGee, Eugene Carter, Pete Carrillo.
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All the games wlth our vlctorles and losses'
All the dances the trips and the meetings
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Chemistry, home economics,
Mechanical drawing and shop,
Archery, tennis, and baseball,
English and Spanish and trig.
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Of the Gophers, the white and the red.
Alvarado, Domingo-13, 38, 57, 83
FFA, football, Library Gophers
Andazola, Avelino-13, 38, 40, 41, 57
65, 69, 71, 83, 84, 87 Basketball,
class officer, football, Lettermen,
National Honor Society, student
Araiza, Stella-13, 43, 47 Band,
cheerleader, GAA, pep club, porn-
Billingsley, John-13, 38, 57, 81
FFA, Lettermen, pep club, track
Borquez, Charlie-13, 39, 78, 83, 87,
88 Baseball, football, basketball,
Brewer, Myrtle-13, 50
Library Gophers officer
Carrasco, Henry-14, 38, 79, 83, 84
Football, baseball, basketball, FFA,
Gopher, Lettermen, Track
Celaya, Tommy-14, 38, 40, 57, 65,
79, 83, 87, 88 Basketball, FFA,
baseball, football, Lettermen, student
Childers, Sue-14 Library Gophers
Claypool, Julie-14, 39, Gopher
Custis, Dan-14, 38, 44, 68, 69, 81,
83 FFA, football, Lettermen,
Curtis, Don-14, 38, 39, 44, 83
FFA, football, Lettermen
DeLa0, Paul-15, 44, 51, 54, 61
Evans, Janet-7, 12, 15, 47, 55, 72
GAA, class officer, pep club, or-
Felix, Alex-15, 38, 41, 44, 72, 87
FFA officer, class officer, basket-
ball manager, Lettermen, football
manager, student council, National
Feliz, Dick-15, 38, 39, 44, 51, 58,
79 Baseball, chorus, FFA, Letter-
Gill, Larry-15, 44, 61 FFA, track
Haley, Reba-15, 43, 51, 68, 69
Chorus, GAA Council
Hopper, Jimmie-16, 39 Basketball,
Huckey, Julia-7, 16, 50 Chorus,
Gopher, library Gopher
Johnson, Charley-16, 38, 44, 72, 83,
87, 88 Basketball, football, FFA
officer, Lettermen, Track
Jordan, Irene-7, 12, 16, 37, 43, 47,
62, 63, 73, 101 Band officer,
class officer, GAA, pep club, class
play, pep band, Saguaro
King, Patricia-16 Chorus, pep club
Lewis, Kathrine--12, 16, 42, 43, 47,
71 Cheerleader, class officer, pep
club, student council, pompon, GAA
Linton, Linda-17, 48, 62 Band,
GAA, orchestra, pep band, pep club
McCormick, Ann-17, 39 Chorus,
Mcflntire, Gloria-17, 39, 43, 48
Band, GAA, Gopher, majorette
McGrath, Katherine-7, 17, 40, 41.
46, 65 Chorus, class officer, Na-
tional Honor Society, pep club, stu-
dent council officer, pompon
Meyer, Walter-17, 44, 48, 49, 61,
62, 66 Band officer, pep band,
FFA officer, class play, orchestra
Myers, George-18, 38, 44, 55, 60,
82 Basketball, Lettermen, FFA,
football, Gopher, Track, Assit. JV
Myers, Ruby-7, 18, 43, 49, 62
Band, GAA, orchestra, pep
Ortiz, Eddie-18, 38, 51, 87, 88
Baseball, basketball, chorus,
officer, FFA, Lettermen
Padilla, Arthur--18, 38, 39, 51, 79,
83, 87, 88 Baseball, basketball,
chorus, football, Gopher, Lettermen,
Remigio, Flavio-18, 38 Football,
Rivera, Louie-18, 38, 44, 83 FFA,
football, Lettermen, track
Russell, Charles-19, 58 Chorus
Salazar, Mary-19, 39, 47 GAA,
Gopher, pep club, Library Gophers
Schroeder, Carolyn-7, 19 Chorus,
pep club, class play
Sepulveda, Nellie-19, 39, 43, 47, 48,
50 Saguaro, band, chorus, GAA,
Gopher, pep club, pep band, Li-
Shrock, Lilliam-19, '36, 43 GAA
Council, pompon, Saguaro
Smith, Christine-17, 37 Saguaro
Smith, Sonny-19, 83 FFA, foot-
ball, Lettermen, track
Stefun, Bill-12, 20, 41, 58, 72 Class
officer, class play, National Honor
Surber, Earl-20, 38, 41, 44, 66, 72,
83 Class officer, basketball man-
ager, FFA, football, Lettermen of-
ficer, National Honor Society
Trepanier, Linda ,lo-20, 41, 43, 46,
47, 51, 67, 72 Chorus officer,
GAA, National Honor Society, pep
Tucker, Pat-20, 40, 41, 46, 47, 69,
73 Class officer, National Honor
Society, pep club officer, student
West, Lee-20, 60 FFA
Young, Susan-20, 40, 43, 47, 48
Band, JV cheerleader, GAA, major-
ette, drum majorette, pep club, stu-
dent council, pompon
Adams, Betty-22, 4-2, 46, 47
Ball, Eldon-22, 44, 66
Ball, Terry-22, 36, 39, 41, 51
Borquez, Frances--22, 39, 46, 47, 51,
Canter, Gordon-22, 44, 49
Carrasco, Rita-22, 42, 47
Cartwright, Lois ,lean-22, 50, 51
Celaya, Eddie-22, 38, 40, 41, 79, 83,
Clemans, Mark-22, 44, 60, 87
Davis, Bettw22, 37, 48, 51, 62, 101
Dayfield, Ruth-22, 4-2, 47, 50
Dixon, Eula--23, 50, 51
Ellis, Wayne-23, 44, 48, 50, 61, 62,
Eyrnan, Sharon-21, 23, 42, 46, 47
Garcia, Josephine-23, 39, 50, 51
Grantham, Lewis-23, 44, 68
Gutierrez, Maggie-23, 39, 47, 49
Hopper, Jackie-7, 23, 39, 40, 42, 46,
Hopper, Patsy-21, 23, 42, 47, 48,
Jimenez, Frank--23, 38, 40, 65, 78,
Lamb, LaNair-23, 39, 49
Lewis, Margaret-24, 41, 42, 47, 66
Lippert, Mary Ann-24, 48, 62, 73
Manuel, Lewis--24, 38, 88, 89
Martinez, Dick--21, 24, 38, 41, 44,
58, 61, 79, 87
McConnell, Marilyn-24, 39, 42, 47
Mesa, Mary Helen--7, 24, 47, 49, 62
Myers, Ida--24, 42, 43, 47, 48
Owens, Janice--24, 42, 47, 49
Parker, Shirley-24, 48, 62
Patrick, Beatrice--7, 24, 42
Robinson, Mary Lou-24
Ross, Bettie-25, 42, 47, 48
Ruiz, Norma-25, 50, 51
Salazar, Lionilda-25, 39, 42, 51
Samuels, Betty-25, 47, 50, 51, 59
Smith, Joyce-7, 25, 47, 57
Steele, Beulah-25, 42, 43
Tepolt, .lerry--25, 50, 57
Tuck, Ludora-7, 25, 36, 50
Villaverde, Sylvia-7, 25, 39, 49
Walls, Bill--21, 36, 88, 41, 65, 81,
Warner, Lorretta--25, 42, 47
Acosta, Bob--27, 44, 60, 80, 82, 88,
Adair, Glenda--27, 43, 46, 4-7
Andazola, Armando-27, 54, 82, 88,
Ayala, Virginia-27, 37, 43, 46
Baker, Eddie-27, 82
Becker, Jack--27, 54, 55
Benavidez, Andy-27, 59, 79, 82, 89
Bowling, Mary-27, 43, 46, 67
Busby, Arlean-27, 43, 46, 47, 48, 62
Cadwalader, Cheryl-27, 43, 46, 47,
Carrasco, Victor-27, 79, 82, 89
Cartwright, Elzie-27, 44, 60, 79, 83
Castro, Sharon-26, 27, 43, 46, 47,
Celaya, Anna Marie-29, 43, 46
Dayfield, Louise-26, 27, 42, 43, 46,
DeLaO, Phillip-27, 44, 60
Drummond, William-27, 54
Ellis, Charlene-27, 37, 43, 46, 50, 76
Freeman, Brent-27, 38, 82
Freeman, Roddy-27, 49, 62, 82, 89
Fulton, Alan-27, 48, 62
Fulton, Richard-27, 49, 62
Garner, Billy--27, 68, 82
Gragston, Carolyn-27, 46
Granillo, Bettie-27, 48, 46, 51,58
Hamilton, Barbara-28, 55
Hamilton, Raymond--28, 44, 60
Hamrick, Douglas--28, 54
Hansen, Ted-28, 50, 55
Harris, Milton--28, 82
Hernandez, Manuel-28, 55
Hollingsworth, Judy-29, 55
Huckey, Lee Roy--28
Johnson, Bob-28, 44, 87
Kelm, Robert-28, 49, 62
Kempton, Cecil-28, 44, 60, 61
Kimbrough, Charles-28, 44
Leon, Arturo--28, 38, 44, 83
Ludwig, Carla-28, 43, 46, 48
Mann, ,lack-28, 54
McEntire, Barbara-28, 46, 50, 51
Mitchell, Jonathan-26, 28, 55, 56, 61
Myers, Glenn-28, 44, 61, 79, 87
Ohlfest, John-28, 40, 54
Padilla, Bernice-26, 28, 43, 46, 47,
Patterson, Jean--29, 55
Patrick, Florence-28, 51, 58
Pierce, Lillian-28, 43, 51, 58
Robles, Gerrie-28, 43, 46, 48
Salazar, Evangeline--29, 49, 51
Shrake, Linda-7, 29, 51, 57
Shrock, Ruth Ellen-29, 37, 40, 46
Smith, Jimmy-29, 44, 60
Smith, .lo Ella--29, 46
Smith, Pat-29, 54, 87
Stewart, Jo Ann-29, 37, 43, 46, 50
Teason, Jacqueline-29, 43
Thies, Diane-29, 43, 46
Towe, Lavon--29, 43, 46, 47, 67
Turner, ,lan-29, 43
Van Haren, Virginia-29, 43, 46, 51
Wainscott, Brenda-29, 67
Wainscott, Norma-29, 46, 50, 51
White, Paul-29, 44, 80, 83, 88, 89
Zufelt, Delherta--29, 47, 55
Zufelt, Mike--29, 51
Allen, Johnny-31, 45
Andazola, Mary Carmen-30, 31, 42,
Avenenti, Robert-31, 45, 81, 82, 84
Bork, Nancy-31, 42, 46, 50, 51
Brady, Barbara-30, 31, 42, 46, 66
Buchanan, James-31, 45, 85
Busby, Shirley-81, 37, 42, 51, 63
Calhoun, Ruth-31, 42, 4.6, 49
Canter, Danny-31, 58
Carrillo, Pete-31, 82, 85
Carter, Eugene--31, 45, 61, 80, 82,85
Cartwright, Earl Dean-31, 50
Cripe, Wendell--31, 45
Crouch, John-31, 82, 85
Daniels, Gilbert-31, 85
Decker, Judith-31, 42, 46
Dempsey, Sharon433, 42
Ellis, Glenn--31, 45, 48, 61, 62
England, Bob-30, 31, 45, 61
England, ,lim--31, 45, 61
Espinoza, Leonard-31, 45, 61, 80,
Foreman, Mary-31, 46
Freeman, Ross-31, 45, 82
George, Frank-31, 45, 49, 62
Gilbert, Laverne-31, 42
Gilpen, Ann-31, 57
Granillo, Lydia-32, 46
Haley, Kathleen-32, 42
Henry, Joyce Faye-32
Herman, Johnnie-32, 81, 82, 85
Kaiser, David-32, 45, 61, 82
LaNasa, Victor-32, 45, 61
Lann, Jean-32, 42
32, 45, 61
Linton, Barbara Ann-32, 40, 42, 46,
Linton, Bob-32, 45, 61, 82
Lippert, Thomas-32, 48, 62, 85
Vianuel, Rosemary-32, 46, 51
Martinez, Richard-32, 45
VIcBride, Ronald--32, 48
VIcCurrie, Kenneth-32, 45, 85, 89
VIcDonald, Pat-32, 45
McEntire, Mary-32, 42, 46, 50, 51,
McGee, Ronny-32, 45, 61, 85
Mullin, David-32, 45, 61
Murdock, Ernest Dale-32, 45, 61
Myers, Virginia-32, 46
Nielson, Dale-32, 45, 61
Nix, Joan-32, 46, 51
Nowlin, Steve-32, 45, 82
Olson, Donald-32, 45
Ortiz, Marie-33, 40, 42, 46
Padilla, Adolfo-33, 45, 61, 68, 82,
Padilla, Herbert-33, 45, 61, 85
Pennell, Tommy-33, 48, 54
Porter, Jo Ann-33
Reynolds, Alvis Lew33, 45, 61
Rivera, Olivia-33, 46
Salazar, Lionel-33, 38, 45, 61, 78
Shrock, Pat-33, 56
Smith, Earnest-33, 45
Smith, Roy-33, 45, 61, 79, 82, 85,
Smith, Shirley-33, 42, 46
Spratley, Jannar-33, 42, 46, 66, 68
Sult, Emily-33, 46, 49, 63
Terry, Sheryl Lynn-33
Van Allen, Phyllis-33, 42, 57
Walker, Linda-33, 42, 46, 50, 63,
Widdowfield, Gary-33, 45
Yarbrough, Bill-33, 82
Yon, Nadean-33, 51
Barrie, Noel-8, 26, 82, 85, 87
Bowling, Raymond-8, 21, 63
Bowling, Wayne-8, 12, 54
Brubaker, Maxine-8, 26, 39
Buehler, Louise-8, 12
Carman, Delores-8, 12, 46, 47
Celaya, Frank Arthur-8, 21, 78, 83
Crough, Marian-8, 30, 36
DeGrazia, Frenck-9, 48, 49, 51
Erickson, George-9, 26, 45
Gibson, Dale-9, 30, 45
McGrath, John T.-4, 9, 41
McKean, Robert-9, 30, 38, 58, 81,
Thompson, Troy-9, 21, 56, 59, 89
9, 21, 50, 59, 63
Thomson, W. L.-9
O'Betka, J oe-5
Sult, Mrs. F. Preston--5
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American Linen Supply Company-
Arizona Public Service-96
Cohenis Department Store-97
Complete Auto and Parts-98
Coolidge Flower Shop-92
Coolidge Rock and Sand Company-
Corner Beauty Shop-93
Del Camino Market-98
Sam De Witt-97
Fabs Department Store-92
First National Bank-97
Florence Department Store-93
Florence Drug Company-98
Florence 5 and 10-93
F oxworth Galbraith Lumber Com-
Norman Freeman, Union Oil Com-
Hammond Soap and Chemical Com-
Union Service Station-94
Hendrie Buick, Pontiac, and GMC-
High School Drive In-99
Hippo's Barber Shop-98
Jones' Apache Junction Cafe 81 Bar-
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McAdoo,s Yucca Chevron Station-91
Mcvllhorter Music Company-97
Mandell and Harris-95
Marston Supply Company-96
Nowell Motor Company-99
P B S W-91
Paul's Dixie Service Station-98
Pinal Laundry and Dry Cleaners-94
Pinal Lumber and Hardware-98
F. T. Rainey Agency-98
Roy's Texaco Station-91
Sizer's Chevrolet Company-94
Slater Auto Supply Company-99
O. S. Stapley's-96
Surety Title and Trust Company-95
Thompson's Beauty Salon-95
Valley National Bank-94
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