Flowing Wells High School - We Rose Above Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1960

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A 5' 1,11 'iii' I FLOWI G WELLS HIGH SCHOOL 7 1 .L Rerniniseent of laughter and tears, of work and play, of victory and defeat, this annual is edited to preserve for you the most outstanding events of Flowing Wells High School for the year 1959-60. Y M Dlfllac T 1- gf -5 xx P 1 2 It is-14 f 00010 ' I I 'X WS like BRASSXUIIQ V N -QTY 'Na A Ex, 9 wx ' 5 x g KW - ji i X . ,.' With pride we, the staff of 1960, dedicate this SPUR to Mr. Herbert Barber, in thanks for his de- voted years of service. The faculty member with the longest record of teaching at FWHS, Mr. Barber joined the staff in 1946, and has seen Flowing Wells grow from a small country school to the modern system of today. Many in this year's graduating class remember being members of Mr. Barber's science and math classes, but since 1955 he has worked exclusively in the manual arts department. Through his un- tiring efforts the FWI-IS shop has grown from the small, under-equipped barracks of 1946 to today's fine department, rated one of the best in Arizona. We admire Mr. Barber for his friendliness and devotion to our school, and proudly dedicate to him this 1960 SPUR record of academic and social life at Flowing Wells High School. CLASS HISTORY As graduation day draws near, we, the senior class, look back over our high schoolyears. June 10, 1960, will bring to fulfillment our four years of high school, years in which we have wo r k e d , studied, and played together--h a v e grown with our school. Ten of our classmates have spent all their school years at Flowing Wells, and remember the little, two room school of 1948, in which they started lst grade. These class members are: Nibs Douglas, Sally Ras- messen, Linda Kelley, Gary Sawyer, Janet LaValle, Bar- bara Busacke 1-,Cloise Barker, Randy Holladay, Kenny Har - per, and Paul Harper. Growing with the school since our Freshman year, our 80 member graduating class will be the largest in the history of Flowing Wells High School a class that has participated in many F firsts. One of the most unique firsts for our class was the part we played in frosh 1n1t1at1on the year was started at this school, when we became the first official caballero frosh "Roaring" into our Sophomore year we became famous for the way we put on dances with our poi "Roaring Twenties, " and "Hern ndo s Hideawa As active participants in schoo a airs uring our Junior year e c bers helped make the prom, "Three Coins in a Fountain " a spectacular success with red roses sparkling water splashing in a tiered fountain Helping to build spirit and tradition senior class members have worked vigorously in planning and or ganizing student affairs throughout our final year With the hope that our support of school policies and activities has made a record of example worthy be followed by senior classes of future years we the class of 1960 thank for their counsel and assis tance, the administration and faculty of Flowing Wells High School A XKNRXKYXXXN A ufml 19 S, A r ff fn ' mwkf 1' Q U rx mu G 'Jw-wf rw QQ ,W 57-6 5 'V qi fkpg uf-gf 5 1 f 1 X ff 'g 5 ' '? 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STUDENTS AT NOON The creation of a new office, that of Business Manager, broughtto us this year John J. Bauman. Mr. Bauman received his B.S. degree from the University of South Dakota and his Master's de- gree in business administration from the Uni- versity of Arizona. Prior to his appointment at Flowing Wells, Mr. Bauman held the position of accountant at the Apache Powder Co. During World War II Cap- tain Bauman served in the United States Army in the European Theater. As Business Manager of the District he is res- ponsible for looking after financial affairs of the district, the cafeteria, and student accounts. Mr. Baurnan is also responsible for the opera- tion and maintenance of all school buildings and grounds. We extend a warm welcome to you, Mr. Bauman, Wi? ,pe it O CAFETERIA STAFF FRONT ROW: Mildred Burnett, Norma Poole, Mercy Han- son, Bonnie Ormand, Ethel Dobias, Margaret McDonald, Artemisa Clayton. BACK ROW: Lois Craft, Gene Marsh, Louise Fulgham, Marie Wilson, Ermil Sipe, Hulda Isenhour, Carrie Gaskill. OUR SUPERINTENDENT X 1 I One of the youngest Sup- erintendents in the state, George N. Smith, has built up an impressive record in the past years. Mr. Smith has attended the following colleges and universities: U. of Utah, Arizona State, Stanford Univ., U. of Southern Calif. , Colum- bia Univ. , and the U., of Arizona. An outstand- ing athlete and student leader in high school and college, he also re- ceived a scholastic award at the U. of Utah and a scholarship to Stanford U. while work ing on his Doctor's degree. After serving in the paratroops during World War Il, he be- came principal of Arlington Elementary GEORGE N- SMITH School, Buckeye, Arizona. In 1953 Mr. Smith came to Flowing Wells as Superintendent of the Elementary School. One year later he was instrumental in the establishment of Flowing Wells High School. In addition to his duties as Superintendent, he also served as Principal of the new high school until 1956 when he became full-time Superintendent of both districts. The third Superintendent from Arizona to be invited to the Annual Superintendents' Con- ference at Columbia University, George Smith has also served as a panel member and speaker at meetings and conventions of various educational groups. Mr. Smith has been so progressive in school administration that he is listed in Who's Who in theWest. We, the outgoing Seniors, feel highly privileged to have had the guidance of George N. Smith because he has been a friend as well as chief administrator. FLOW N ELLS SCHOGL BO RD -gn mnsamswwmvv gm lliK1ll 11 if may asalmzmnunnnh mummy amen :mimi ' m mf emit 111 rm towns saws. M 5 E -nik' 'B LEFT TO RIGHT Mr Leonard Woods Mr Robert R1chardson Mr Walter Douglas Jr Pres1dent Mrs Helen Damels Clerk Mr Carlos La Valle The School Board of Flowlng Wells H1gh School has made poss1ble the tremendous growth 1n school fac1l1t1es 1n th1s d1str1ct As lt 15 the Chlef funct1on of the School Board to determme ba.s1c pol1c1es and procedures under whlch our school operates, they have glven of the1r t1me and energ1es to keep pace w1th the progress 1n educat1on Thelr Job IS an endless one They must make many dec1s1ons m settmg up budgets of expend1 ture, approvmg all actual expend1tures, evaluatlng the work of our school, prov1d1ng bu1ld1ngs and equ1pment and procurmg and retammg good, quahfzed teachers. Dur1ng the past s1x years they have, w1th the author1zat1on from the people 1n th1s school d1s tr1ct, expended over one m1ll1on dollars on new classrooms, and other faC1l1t16S for our h1gh school program. We want to thank the School Board for the1r unself1shly g1vent1me, efforts, knowledge, support, and the1r many contr1but1ons to our school. ' ' summons v- f . ..,..., , - ,, W - ' tlkgxvll Sig: VL 133214 ff' l ' , , . U . ' , '-,gl - ' ' It " 54 ,., ' f . ' , no ,,,, V.. V. ,L 1.4 f-fs . V ' A . ' A - , ' - z. f 5 ' 'f . JY? ' lf? ' - , f . ., ' .-V 1 .. H Y .L I K ., Y -,- Min m tg.. 5' f , "Q fx V ' A 'gg '4 ' " 1' - I n o 1. - ' 3 p M I 5 , V ,,,,, at I - r , F, Q l A A .V A. lv. A: Z. 'fs 5 . - , l . if W A .31 ,I J W ,, ui - Q .7 . N. ff bk ,VVV 1 ,WWF k A -. , . . 4 ' " ' 4 K ' , Q ' I , My 5 , -.fpiflulfv ' WH Q. '58 4' f M' ' L . -pf. 4 45.1-tw 'vu ' ' 1 'D J 0 3 - 1 1 ' p Q . . . - . - PRINCIPAUS MESSAGE SENIOR CLASS OF 60' l have been privileged to help guide you during your high school career, along your chosen path- way to success. lknow you will attain the goals you desire if you are willing to strive and sac- rifice. You have earned your place in the annals of Flowing Wells High School and you will always be part of the traditions of this school. My hope is that you will distinguish yourself with merited success so that our school may point with pride to you as a graduate. As you begin the next step in your life's career, may you always remember the trust we have placed in you and may you attain the high measure of success which you deserve. y, if ,fit f , D, WILLIAM D. LOVETT May you always be able to enjoy the true happiness that is measured by such a high level of achievement. May you always hold true to the high ideals and moral standards for which our school has stood. With this as criteria, l wish for you the fullest and most profitable life possible Sinc rely yours, fi William D. Lovett, Principal lHRLS'COUNSELOR MARGARET INGRAM Girls' counselor Mrs. Mar- D garet Ingram, received her A. B. from Arizona State University, and her Masters in education from the University of Southern California.. While in college she was active in Pi Omega Pi and was co-author L of a booklet compiled by the organization. Prior to joining the FWHS faculty in 1954, Mrs. Ingram taught in Florence, Arizona. Counselor Mrs. Margaret Ingram gives advice to student, Shar on Sm ith. Mrs. 1ngram's calm manner and sensitivity to teen-age problems make students feel at ease in her presence. BOYS'COUNSELOR MARCUS BURK Counseling the boys this year is Mr. Marcus Burk who has been at Flowing Wells High School since 1956. Mr. Burk received his B.S. Degree in history and P.E. in'1951, after which he served in the U. S. Armed Forces for two years in the States and Korea. For two and a half years he taught in Mil- waukee, Wisconsin, after which he did graduate work at the U. of Arizona, receiving his Masters' in Guidance in 1959. 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Qi 1, 2 I V, Q-1 - I 'Vi 2i,J .N M . 1 'H , 'Q in Q Q !' -1 X lr L, , Ni...-'N an B V- M" RS. MARY JO GERINGER Commerce 8: Math R Y? MRS. MARY HOLLOW.-XY Girls' P. E. 5-itz' Q8 TOM GOODMAN Social Studie s 1, QQ., 44. X ,Ii lvl TOM HUGHES English ZS: Social Studies 0 3 6 A. I If ,A t ' Q! ,, ff . 1 5 xi :l, sv MRS. RUTH FARMER Librarian-Journalism A RICHARD GRIESSER Boys' P. E. ' 5-Pi- - Y:- MISS NOREEN INGLE Advanced Mathematics F Q, 'tr-rv-I-F' 'x fx- in 1 " , . an MRS. MARGARET INGRAM GLENN LAWSON ART LUPPINO Counselor 81 Commerce Music Boys' P.E. 'S . if , , J , ,q -N. W -cf: X' v ROBERT MAXWELL Science gl Math 23' "PFS: DUANE MILLER Instrumental Music JOHN MCCORMICK MRS. DOROTHY MCMI English 8: French Mathematics in Q 1' L sig... IVAN MUSE ED NYMEYER Science Science 81 Driv. Training ' fl 'sw---any . VIRGINIA PICKE RING English --Q gr, xx 454' K Q: ,I ' ,4 ..- f ,M x .5 5 HARRY SPAULDING Chemistry-Physics Qu , . ,R 1-Q pg LCS, 'OS ISS IVA JEAN LIGHTNER Secretary u-if 'WS' . 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I N 'mg X x' x I , I 4 I DORIS ROLLINGS CCDPRJHHIHUWTS "U" JOHN DEMING 1960 CAROL KIRKPATRICK 5, . 0 . ,-sw E ALO, - if wg 'em ,N Q14-'J' H. . , , fi 'bm Yiw- Y li , JUDY ABBOTT Laugh and Judy laughs w1th you stop and Judy laughs on Transferred from San Manuel 2 G1rls League 2 3 4 G A A Z 3 4 Band 2 Mask and Sandal 4 R1fle Club 4 Pom Pon G11'1 3 4 Safety Counc1l 3 4 Juruor Achlevement 4 Pep Club 4 Teen C1t1zen Reporter 3 4 BARBARA BAKER A lovable chatterbox G A A 1 2 3 4 Gn' s League 1 Z 4 Band Class Co Pres 1 Z 3 X7 CLOISE BARKER There never was a samt Wlth red ha1r unt1l now Basketball l 2 Track 1 2 Band 1 Z 3 4 ep Band 1 2 3 Dance Band l 2 3 El Caballero Staff 3 4 Qulll 8: Scroll 3 4 The Spur Staff 3 .Tumor Ach1evement 4 V1ce Pres1dent Class 2 Foot ball 1 3 4 Key Club 4 MARY ANN BAUER Act1ons speak louder than words Transferred from Reno High School Reno Nevada 3' G A.A 3 4' .H A. 3 SANDRA BAKER Soon to fly to a nest her owxm Transferred from San Manuel 2 Band l 2 3 Pep Band 3 Pep Club 4 G1rls League FTA Z GA A 3 4 Jumor ACh16Ve ment4 F H A QL1111 8: Scroll 3 4 Spur Staff 3 4 El Caballero Staff 3 4 Y Teens 3 4 ,v""'+ g-can 19" Q41 ,,-,.....- A fs.. f?" 19-H ...AX PEGGY BEERY She's the berr1es Chorus l 3 Glrls League DICK BRUMMETT He's not d1if1cult to please T ransferred from Tomb stone ,nh-1 'X rv-fi' CECILIA SUE BURCHAM Qu1et fmendly and xery mee Transferred from Manual Hlgh Denver Colorado 4 Modehng Club 4 Trl H1 Y Band 4 PEGGY SHANNON BYERLY X glfl who xvlll never lat you down Transferred from Amphz theater 4 Trl Y Modellng Club BARBARA ELLEN BUSACKER L1fe 1S meant to be enjoyed and l do the best I can Yearbook 3 4 Co ed1tor 4 Pom Pon Z Band 1 2 3 4 Gxrls League 1 2 Y Teens l 2 3 4 Alter nate Gmrls State Anytown Secretary Class 1 Ndt1OIl3l Honor SOC16ty 4 Mask and Sandal 4 A A l 2 Qulll anc Scroll 3 4 Newspaper Staff 5 4 Pep Band fN f Q QS Q C nerr- Wk.-IKQ ,gil ,qua -H 3A T'-spar 1 PAUL CALLAHAN Lessons are such a bore Basketball 1 Baseball Z 4 Football 4 BOB CLARK Somewhat qu1et lzttle shy he ll get over It by and by Transferred from Wlsconsm 3 94-.Gyn with -iqhu FRED DAVIS One of l1fe s Joys Sc1ence Club I Z Chess Club 1 2 Key Club 4 ELI DAYTOIN I can't get up wxth the sun, cause I stay up too late wlth the daughters Key Club 2, 3, 4, Letter mans Club 1, Z, 3,4, Honor Soc1ety 3,4, Bas ketball Letterman 1, Z, 3, 4, Track 2, Student COunc1lZ, 3,4, Treasurer 3, Pres. 4, Co Pres Sophomore Class, Base ball Letterman 1, Z, 3, 4. 'X iff' f' lyk' DOUG DAVIS A source of enjoyment Transferred from Douglas I-hgh School Z Sc1ence Club Z Key Club 3 4 ,FG , 1 4-'of' ROSE MARIE De LINT Such enchanting eyes! Girls League, Science Clubg Mask Ig Sandal Clubg Chorusg Annual Staff. JOHN DEMING Good nature and good sense do here combine. Transferred from Phoe- nix Christian Zg Key Club 45 National Honor Societyg Student Council 45 Glee Club Zg Co-President of Class 4. 'we X! CHARLOTTE ELLIOTT With twinkling toes and eyes . G.A.A. 1, Zg Drama Club 3,49 Y-Teens 43 Band 1,2, ' 0 If 39 Secretary Class 1. JON ELLIOTT Music is my middle name. Key Club Z, 3, 45 Band l, Z,3,4g Dance Band l,Z, 3,43 Football l,Z,4g Basketball l, 3g Base- ball lg All State Band 2, 3, 45 President Class 3. '-4. N X X l N91 N - wg. ,. 6 . i BUCKY ENNIS A small stick of dynamite --the reason teachers get gray. Transferred from San Manuel 2g Played J. V. Football 29 Varsity Football 3, 45 Band 2. DICK FOLDEN If silence were golden, he'd be a millionaire. Football2, Chess Club 1, Z3 Science Club l, Z. V ,-R .' ,, fe. "'h f fe, -.iv X '- ,. " sf in ,AT 4 .A .- .-, 4. 'Q ,WU '.e,:J,5 --ar r .4 .sf , A s Q.. N . H.. gr: 7' GEORGE GALLOWAY Dance and the world dances with you. Chorus, Vice President 2, President 4. JEANNE GARRETT Female firecracke r. Transferred from Colton High 4, Modeling Club 45 Tri-Hi- Ngx e ,Q Y L .i ' ' 1 'PN JIM FORTHMAN lt pays to be good. Transferred from Amphi 33 Baseball 3,4g Key Club 3,49 Hi-Y 4. 'Q 1'- i is 'VS 1 .,-, L. .ir f Q av .iv . 1 DARRELL GASKILL "Daddy Longlegs " Basketball l, 2, 3, 4g Football 4. JOHN E. GREGORY Just like a piece of lace. . . .always running around a ski rt. Transferred from Amphi 3: 1' 3 4'3- J ,, gy v ill -ff' gtk' X Q5 If 6 A 1 s a I 0. 5 BARBARA JOYCE GUNDERSON New girls are so inter- esting. Transferred from Elyria High School, Elyria, Ohio 49 Modeling Club 4, Tri-Y, Junior Achievement. SYLVIA HANSEN She loves only one. . . at a time. G.A. A. l, 2, 33 Chorus, Secretary 35 Girls League l, Z. 1' -' in-L., if DAVID GROVE "Tennessee" Science Club 1,25 Chess Club l, Z5 Football 1, 2, 3 4g Varsity Track 1,Z,3g Lettermen's Club 3,49 J. V. Wrestling Z5 Class President 1. '45 -nw---"' 51" gy,-L 'M 1 ,fm '32-,"q 'Mui 'nts Q i 557 Qf KENNETH HARPER S1lence shows deep thought Chess Club l Z Basket ball Manager 1 3 Mask and Sandal Club 3 4 QDmo Mountam Gall Bandl Z Clarmet Chorr Z Boys' Chorus Z Safety Councll 4 PAUL WOODRUFF HARPER JR He must be 1mportant everyone 1S always look lng up to hun Basketball l Band l 2 3 4 Chess Club l 2 Sclence Club l Pep Band 1 Z 3 4 Dance Band :Wwe Q-1045 r 41 PM 'Yu BEVERLY HAWORTH A sample of sweetness Y Teens 4 Tr1 H1 Y JU DY HENDERSON One s eyes are what one Transferred from Rmcon I-hgh School 4 JOHN HINES G1ve me rnusxc whmle I work Football l, 2, Track 1, Z,4, Band Z,3. awhile i-of .fnlf-a, 4'X lx 09's S-1--pf WT Q-rrp! BARBARA ANN HINRICHS A cute "chick". F.T.A. li G.A.A. 1,Z, 3,45 Band l,2,3,4g Pep Band l,2,3g Y-Teens l, 2, 3g Cheerleader 43 Girls League lg Safety Council 43 Spur Staff 4. VIRGINIA RENEE I-IINRICHS Caught herself a college man Band 1 Gxrls League 2 3 4 Red Cross 3 Delegate 3 Chorus l Secretary Tr1 H1 Y F H A 2 Llbrary Club Z Photo Club Z Sc1ence Club Z , Q L. 'rifle W JAMES E HOLEMAN A laddle who has h1s lassle Photography Club 4 Sc1ence Club 1 4 V1ce Pres1dent 1 Annual Staff 4 Chess Club Z Drama Club 3 LINDA KELLEY Shy' ' ' If only you knew A A Z, F T Band 1 Z 3 4 G1rls League l 2 Qu1ll Bm Scroll 3 4 Newspaper Staff 3 Annual 3 4 Y Teens 3 4 Safety Councxl 3 4 Mask and Sandal 3, 4 Pep Band 1 2 3 4 'Bilge 0 war-'S DOUGLAS RANDOLPH HOLLADAY Always here always there always ready to do h1s share Band l 2 3 4 Qulll Sz Scroll Key Club 3 4 Drama Club 3 Downtown Newspaper Staff Z 3 4 Photo Club l Z Boys Chorus l 2 El Caballero 1 2 3 4 Ed1tor 4 Spur Staff 3 Co Ed1tor 4 F T A 3 4 PepClub4 Track l 2 Safety Councll 3 4 QD1nol fMounta1n can Pep Band 3 4 fx Q""" 94 PM . 'z'-. 'f -Q?,,vv 1 .X 4- ...M iie' 'ws-' '-: .HV , SANDRA LEA KIBBE A friend for all times. Chorus 4. CAROL ANN KIRKPATRICK Boys are a lot of bother, but I like to be bothered. Transferred from Duncan 45 Modeling Club 45 Cho- rus 4g Dramatics Club 45 Senior Co-President, Pep Club 43 Ensembles 4. m K I v X "fuk, 1 'V M T .312 fx f:.f- ,an CI' . J. fi? BILL S. KNIGHT Talent unlimited. Track 15 Football Z, 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3,43 J. V. Basketball 3, Spur Artist 3,45 Cab News- paper lg Anytown lg Sophomore Treasurer. .w,91'-1, , .4 .,. :.K-falvm, :qv ff' fi if . , . . -..Y V v 14-ff'.,w?f 1 I ,,?.,,.,,. HW, . , . , ff-mdk ,,, .1,,,.X 4 as e 'AJ hifi ' ' Q - .: ,:.'?'f"l ' 4 , 1--"f , ,. , JOAN KROMPHOLD Mischief comes quietly. Y-Teens 1,49 G.A.A. l, Z, 3,45 Girls League lg F.T.A. l, 23 Pep Club 4, Dramatics Club 3g El Caballero 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,4. DeANN LARSON Her tongue is her fortune. Transferred from Page, Arizona 3. 'fiif T A 4 .fp ."' n M asv- X , . A ,,wi. 5C1""2'P" JANET ANN LaVALLE She smiles at many just for fun, we all know that there's really only one. Head Pom Pon Girl 1, 2, 3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Girls League 1, Z, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Girls State 3, Spur Queen 35 Homecoming Queen Attendant 35 Libra- ry Club l5 Pep Club 45 Mask 81 Sandal Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 White House Conference 4. JEANIE MARTIN Always glad never sad. Transferred from Clark County High School, Dubois, Idaho 4. 1-1 RONNIE MEYER Love meg love my car. Transferred from Amphitheater 3. DAWN L. MILLER Style plus personality. Transferred from Michi- gan 35 Pep Band 3,45 Dance Band 3, 45 Modeling Club 45 F.H.A. 35 Y-Teens 45 Tri-Y 45 Pep Band 3,45 Dance Band 3,4. -r""'l8-4 CAROL McMURTREY She never forgets her dignity Transferred from Cata- lina High School 4 Modeling Club !lrY"""Y' 'K 47 ' .99 S . STANLEY MOFFETT Girls are such unnecessary things. Basketball 1,43 Baseball lg Chess Club l,Z3 Archery Club 13 Science Club 1, 2. LAURA NEWSOME Unlike most seniors she likes to study. Transferred from Cata- lina High Z3 F.H.A. Z, 33 Girls League 23 National Honor ' Society 3, 43 F.T.A. 3. L STEVE G. PICCOLI Enemies few, friends many. Transferred from Cata- lina High 33 Football 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Spur King 3. GARY PIERCE Blessed are they who say nothing for they shall not be quoted. Chess Club l, Z3 Baseball 1, Z, 3, 43 Glee Club 2. 'Fx W' "Wx x9 fi- ' JUDITH J. NIXON Smiling, good natured and efficient. Transferred from Sullivan Indiana 33 F.H.A. 3, 43 Pep Club 4. N ,, a 'mf ph-. ff' fix 4. 'fi 'Z SALLY LAYTON RASMESSEN Born with the gift of laughter. Y-Teens 1, Z, 45 Girls League 1, Z, 3,45 Band 1, 2, 35 Pep Band 35 Chorus lg Cv.A.A. Z5 Drama 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Library Club 15 Photo Club 15 Pep Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4. JOHN RISINGER The lure ofthe new is always great. Transferred from Sugar Land, Texas 45 Footballg Track. W., ff-rr BOB RUSSELL A "shooting" star. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3,45 Foot- ball 3,45 Senior Co- President 4. GARY L. SAWYER Shutterbug Band 1, Z, 3,45 Pep Band l, 2, 3,45 Chorus 1, Z5 F.T..-X. 3,45 Photo Club 1,45 E1 Caballero Z, 35 Spur Staff 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Key Club 4, Q., X , .ar N 1' j 5 ,Q-35' , ' F wi- 5 . " X ff 'T V 'Y If 4 Flap A 1. it 5 'Z Q DORIS ROLLINGS Like gravity she has the power of attraction. Head Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 C,.A.A.9 Girls League 1, Z, 3,45 Class President 45 Modeling C1ub5 Inter- Club Council 25 Rifle Clubg Candidate Senior Day Princess at U. of A. Pep Club. - J s ,gd -i , if 'Q' x E ' 5 , f Y. if 5 4' 'yi 2 xg! - 1 MAUREEN SCHEIDE lt's true mdeed that she's not very tall but only weeds grow very tall Transferred from Kxrks vzlle MISSOUTI 4 Moclelmg Club Trl H1 Y Ed1tor of El Caballero Qulll and Scroll CAROL SUE SMITH Our Carol 15 a grrl worth wlfule for everyone she has a sm1le Archery Club l Modelmg Club l Band 4 Pep Club Pep Band JOHN TERRY STEWART He may be silentg he may be shy, but he's really one swell guy. Football 3, 4. NONDAS STURMER As sunny as her hair. Transferred from Denby High, Detroit 3. , 'ffl fl- 9 2- '2 'TS' n SHARONA SMITH Careful courteous, and competent 15 Sharon GAA Tr1 H1Y Pep Club Secretary of Semor Class . 12 , 2 ' ' S A .V V .. ,, ,V . . . A B ro ,T fu 3 , 15 ,wang t 43?-:gf .f Mn. 1 .1 if . CIAO lA 'sur fl 1 'fx Q 75 5 RONALD EUGENE TURBYFILL A Wh1Z at sports and the gxrl he Courts Footballl Z 3 4 Bas ketball l Z Trackl Z NANCY TURNER She s wltty she WISE she's a terror for her s1ze A A 2 3 4 Gxr League l Z 3 4 L1brary Club l Class V1ce Pres 1 Class Secretary 4 Na.t1onal Honor Soc1ety 4 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Inter Club Counc1l 4 Jumor Ach1everr1ent 4 El Caballero Z 4 AN Q.-0' 'GH' 7 DONALD WADE Always frlendly and fun to be w1th Band l, Z, 3,4, Pep Band l,2, 3, Dance Band l,Z,3 Football 4 ANTHONY WALKER HIS Hlgh School days were hls dellghts but they can't compare w1th h1s h1gh school n1ghts Football 1, Z, 3g Letter- mans Club l, Z, 3,45 Spur Staff 1,Z,3g Track 1,25 J. V. Basketball l. NANCY VIDA Sweet and dependable Transferred from Sunny sxde Z Pom Pon G1rl 3 4 Glrls League 2 3 4 Annual Staff 3 Spur Queen 2 Pep Club 4 Mask and Sandal 4 Trx H1 Y 4 Rlfle Club 4 f' 4- " H f l " S X nl X SHARON WEINBRANDT Good humor makes a things tolerable Chorus 1 2 Girls League IF TA 1PepClub4 GUY WEINZAPFEL Cupid has no effect on him Transferred from Sal pointe 3 Drama 3 Basketball Mgr 3 4 Student Trainer 4 Junior Class Secretary ,"'Z'.".."' ZELMA WILSON Silence shows deep thought. F. T.A. l, Z, 3,4g Girls League lg Science Club Z, National Honor Society 3, 4g Student Council Treasurer 4g Chorus 3, Class Secretary Z9 Class Treasurer 3. M.-XRY WINTER I.,et's live a little. G.A.A. l, Z, 3, Band 1,29 Chorus 1,25 Library Club Z. LARRYA WILLIS Teachers think I'm so sweet that's why I m always in the front seat Transferred from Cata lina Z Chess Club 2 Band Z Football 4 Baseball 4. Q- -nv f DIANE WOLD Anythmg for "k1cks Transferred from San Manuel Z A A 3 T A Band 1 Z Chorus 4 Pep Club 4 Caballero Staff 3 JOHN ZECH As senous as a funny paper Transferred from Amph1 3 Key Club 3 4 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Safety Coun c11 4 Pres 4 Annual Staff 4 Baseball 4 Any town4 H1 Y 4 Sen1or Class Treasurer Youth Employment Project 3 4 Pep Club 4 All Clty Safety Counc11 4 V1ce Pres1dent 4 BOB ZUMWALT As noxsy as a wet fzlrecracker Transferred from Rmcon 3 LZ 4 , 492, .Wf f T 'S Bu iv! f lk if K fi f'f'W547 QL I ia 1 Y 2 ' ' .I I 3 f Q 'hz W Z 5 Q 5 f v H1 f f- , " 2 ' " ' '39 -?, "'01.Q ...ZZ . ' --- -.., 4' 4-.S 'Z 1011 ., r T fl T-. 0 , "7 X Nd N 9353? 2 M, 5 QV? N ' 'X ' ' X ' 'iff IQ- K .E-1 ,fy .7515 ' f fx: Xi-'J i' X ' 6 ' 3 N T V- 'I JSQTWAN4 X i It . 9X I' N 75 :fxti n T if x A , V ll I4 f , I f I Y X l 'U .V """'W fr ,, DIANE MITCHELL C0 PRESIDENTS mfr? g Wx .1 ,JY s R 5 CARL ATHERTON 1960 I'-9 :IF- U A . 'n N , Q. is ,gt I 3 ,NV 0 . K X 114 R f -.', C L A - S S O , - F , I Q ' K 1 C 3.53 l l 2 , - ,u , . 1 Q . Carl Atherton tt. Tom Bride ,, ag on ff? 9 Bonnie Bair AX , I Helen Bogun K "in Q ,, Carrie Ballard Robert Bell 55:8 M8 ,fb ,V Kenneth B owen Jack Boyett :E 'ii if .009 Linda Brinlee Nicky B1-urnrnett Connie Burnett .-ni rv .I Dave Carlson Irma Celaya Walter Chapman Bud Cobb s ,1 ., 'Tn' Millicent Dye r 3 Linda Fitzgerald fu, .ri l Dan Darling Lynda Dustman Dave Dwiggins AA-delle F3-UNYS Roydan Fehrenkamp 5' N. I f Nina Frye 'll 4' , 32. Ruth Ann Geeting 7 . A ' W f-.4 Donna Hammond Robert Harrolle James Paul Heuser ,l Jn I-I ra' NX X David Gorda fl Dave Hobbs Peter Joyce f-3 -:S-" Danny I-Iolben 1 V ' Jerry Jaccard ff . Colleen Kelley Tom Lawve r l David Holben 41' lb Bonnie Jones .Vg A Fred Ketchem Jim MacGregor ' n Steve Hoover 'N , ,r.-LV. r x' - Q .1 y fx 1 Leroy Jones 4C"' 01.9 .l ia Tom Kuzma 4 1.48 .Z Kay McVicker I Jerry Rice Be 3 . 'Zvi '11"'3' X Gary Sherwood njamin J. Richards I-Q41 ff S Gary Schaffe r ,Z V Brenda Slawson - he gf, Sharon R. Smith If Candy Ripley Louise J. Root C5 "J 'dx Karon Sellers Buster Shelton 1 Q' g Barbara F. Smith Barbara J. Smith ' Joy Stark Jo Ann Starrett .Ai R ,,,f Ronald Stark . 8 Jack Turbyfill Donald Wallace Ronald Sutler ,V-al 4' Donald Udell Carrie E. Waters Bruce Thomps on John Van Driessche L+-'21 ' , 1? - W. se Q 'U uf- l 33 Y .W ,.-.s..,!? J, ,. 4 .a . Ray Wylie Jr. ,E..Q,1,.1E :,. JS ,e 5' Q' . '1 L.-A ,,a,,., :.1., .,:, 55 Bill Toben el' Kia Sue Waterman Sue Zech ,. Z1 . 4- f div is Kiib f 22 'va mm XS W , 5 sw ww A Sw 'XXX gW3mNN'N XX xxx YM X WE FX wwnvkx ANNKQQ' KS mm K.. XXX N A 'N NNN .f ' 4 H' 'Tiki RX wx XXX ta ' JQ XNFX QNXWRNA 'NN wx f I 7 'Z J , 7 Z if 7 2 f 1 1 Z 7 f' ' rf' wg 425.7 'W f f 227W ' . mx! 9 , will xx nf x. ff xXXX Xi H i 1 4-9- is J WWE 4 M '17 5 Q91 I E fi fe? K, I if K M X K 3 W .Q I' I - G fn , s KR T- ,rev Q - - ' 5 'EJ ii-34 4k : j KEN NIXON CO PRESIDENTS f"""' il xi s'f"xQ"'v4a V fha N TAN YA ANDERSON 1960 RICHARD SHERWOOD Gerald Allen Tanya Anderson Barbara Atherton Joe Ault Tv 3 Jh'b,xe.W M 4' 8 .1 - f 4' X fr' . 2 t ' 'C' Joe Brown Linda Brown Dean Buckner Brenda Burger -in JT ,Av Phyllis Clements Tom Copeland Meri Coulson Mary Ellen Creek at at ,F 1 Z, ii TT? J .1 E 19 r Don Barker William Baue r Jacqueline Belange r Barry Bettner '-5' 1 I I' -,M' Barbara Callahan Pam Capen Sue Car othe r s L oi s Chambe r lain -eg -A ff? Douglas Damron Joyce Daniel Maureen Donovan Don Douglas .v J ug? .5 ry' or 'Q 2' .L v Qu' Sylvia Folden James Gardner Valene Gardner Sherry Gaskill wi, -rt Judy Gier Ferne Gilbert David Green Lonnie Gross L4 .L 1.x Donna Hayes Jerry Don Heath C' 'V "- a ,-.. N A N Glenn L . Hendricks Don Henry Donna Downey John Elliott Larry Elliott Wesley Evans Jim x ,5 Qt 4- A 1' Jr 'E Ruby Lee Gates Sue Germany Geraldine Gee Judy Genzer l- 171. If iff! George Lynn Hansen Nellie Ann Hansen Gary Harper Dianne Harvey Don Hensley Vivian Hines De De Hollifield Dianna Howard Dianne Hughes Sharlene Jones Barbara Kania Kathy Kelley Alvin King Sandra King Diane Kromphold Gary Leonard Bill Mathson Steve McGowen Marilyn Mitchell David Modesitt M is l K 'If 4' i 1 AA J V A 22' Ly Jean Little Doug MacPherson Ronald Maben Jo Ann Maynard av D if f J Dennis Mulligan Tom Nipper Kenny Nixon Lester Nixon xl , 1, Michael Nowlin Dalia Padilla Jim Parkerson Joseph Patterson Marlene Patton Patricia Pelliccia Phil Pierce Pamila Prior X .sv X r" f P 3 1 P A Stuart Rodgers Lynn Rollings Brenda Satterwhite H' ' '- Richard Sherwood , 1? bl P .ra L 1 fc ' Cheryl Reed Rebeka Richards Roxana Richardson Adele Rister t .lg V' Lahoma Sme dley L Q Leonard Smith ' 3' in M 'L , Linda Smith I , J Mark smith 'X . - a il X l X I -6- V' ' 4 : ns,-fx ' .1 3, AQ,-C-P fri 15 Rebecca L. Spencer Q in i A Doris Stark .3 , ,Q Paul Swaim - AY m, J ' , T, Ronald Thomas 5' ,- J 5 Wanda Toland Patricia Tregoning Larry Tyler Gerald Van Driessche v David Walker Sheila Walker Darleen Weaver Warren Weaver J 'A W F xfti, Ronnie Whitehair Donna Williams W5 Dorothy Winkle r Ros s Winter fi 4 0 E E 11, Q if -g a A fri- Glor1a Wise Carol Young Wayne Younger if , Vasco Zucchiatti ., L 1, J - X . Geraldene Gee enjoys favorite teenage pastime . . . . . . EATING X wmv NNY XZ' , , Q "3 a 2 1 ff' .I ,112 gf xw.QmmxmSiiN f M AXQX XNXX . mmmmmxk 12,-., XxxxwmxxNXf 2 ' Q If , , f 1 'A 2 2 M I ' ' ff 4 0 W2 f ' ' 1 W Zf4fz:,f. fW 'P . f J 1, H Q f' f f f xx ,WC ,if fd!! 7' 44 F ,pf R4 fwf '. ZW ,iivir Z Q I If Z 221217 if x XZ X! lg ' ' "'ff"' 1 6 In .p,h lBe'3M 'L v KG , , 62 f- " 97' ' 1, 1 , 33, Aga? if 3 if , A 'A . 1 X A I f ' I X 4 - iz , 1 1'-' in X ' ,3 , X .4 ,' ' - 7 I f , A Q V A , , K 'f-Y. ' 1 -ff' + 'ffig IV vfg '- S 'T -4-X fl X TOM NHJJVAN CKJIURESIIHHWTS Q xii KATE DAYTON 1960 X Robert Abott Eugene Ault Cheryl Baker Debra Ballard John Bauman Tony Castelli Frances Carrasco Darlene Christoffel Esther Cirelli Mike Clark 1, a Diana Dunlap John Dustman John Duva John Dwiggins Karen Dyer James Francis John Franz one John Freidenberg Cathy Frye Ricky Gates Q, W x 4 , 1 i . H 4. exif 5 . 1 . ,Q , . .' gr.. .a ' - J? "yr u F ,J 'Q ' . ...J 1 A 17, sg - ' V fix , 0 VK L N , r,-fs? ,, l Q 'xv 155- , g . 1 Q' ' Q 43, ' A, x ,xL,1, 'mg I AA I ' I "I -f-V ri F. 5 z 'B W' ,.. M I Veronica Berent Kay Bingham Doris Bollmeier Don Brown George Burcham .f H fy A .a "3 Q all Bill Darling Kate Dayton Louis Deitering Carole Dever Irene Dobias Dee Ennis Jerry Farr Gary Faulks Gene Fletcher Larry Fletcher Darrell Geating Randy Graham Alvin Hammond James Hammond Phyllis Hansen Robert Hinrichs Joyce Holeman Marilyn Holzman Roger Howlett Donna Jones N--? :ll 3.15 ' Q i ,f fi- . ,jf iff. M A Brian Kilpatrick Marsha King Sam Kukasky David Kurowski Grace Locricchio John Newsome Terry Orlow Gloria Padilla Bob Padilla Karen Page 'fi FH 5 'li O A? .41 A In I ' 1 4 'E X J R f I Q Laurel Hartlev Kathy Hatcher Mary Henderson Doreen Henry Ronald Hill g' vu I 1 .eg . Q ' 1 i - f I I 4 H , i Marlene Joyce V . ' N A 'i, 1 Sandra Kaumeyer I ,, as Helen Kavalec ', A ,N John Ketchem ' -" I -3 --3 Clara Kibbe f , a fm' f -A -in ff' -'ff ' R 'X f. Karen Maben Christina Meddleton ' . Jeri Miller ,Q , , Q' 3 Sylvia Moore ' B K 1 , l I :Q Dawn Moushey 1 1 ' '. 'Q z if A 0 A N A f -5' A Ruth Palmer Joyce Peterson Robert Peterson Shirley Peterson Penny Preissner 3 - '29 'X-my Patricia Rodgers Carolyn Ruman Jeanetta Sanderson Peggy Schlosser Joan Schneider ., , 0 gn 1 - X x - Wayne Strohacker Tom Sullivan Diane Taylor Ronald Thomas Marsha Toben 1' 3 -yn fp M .5 Q A Q , 15, x Brenda Westfall Bob White Dana Yarian 7 .. .-an A-A I -4 ,ta Q if 73 .. I? R M 10. 1 'KI 3 'Z r . ,- fa Q A I Sigrid Rasmessen Judy Reynolds Louise Riggs Jane Ripley Joy Ripley Margie Schwarz Albert Scofield Karen Smith Donald Spangler Lynn Strobel ,4h Robert Traynor Judy Turbyfill Virginia Tyler Monte Wade Cheryl Wallace A 2' qi:.NR XN r NX.x.fNNxNix9 WQ 1 I fi ff 'fy 4 94 ,7z I f 2 , f f 2, I , f 5 A ' YI . Z 4 ' ' E 72 W 4 4 , , 4 'A 1 4 ' f ff 2 2 Q 2 Z Af f if Q4 fl 1 ez 'Z' 2 4 Z W Z C' 'fum' .iiffgk 'f WH' f f .KA fill? fff- WW zz afi- XA fp, ' f , 17 -ZKQV, .gay W7 fxli. ' fy ' WWf,fff f f' W, X , F A R X0 , N' Q' . X X I 1 ' as Nj " ,g ' - lf X f "1 f f T 5 my l i W , Q - ll ' -4' TOM HOLLADAY Pres1de-nt PAM REAVIS V1ce Pres1dent SHIRLA PATTERSON Secretary ARLENE SHENITZER Treasurer C gggvfff SEVE TH GRADE lq 5' f I ' ,-ls 6 h "' ' ' CRQQQQG 'f Q? ' 'V I . 1' ,H X SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS--FRONT: Linda Trabu, Pat Parker, Patty Rumple, Jacqueline Bell, Agnes Blair, Martha Modesitt, Susan Brummett, Lynda Chapman, Beverly Smith, Lynette Smith, Linda Shannon, Karen Closs. ZND ROW: Margaret Chapman, Wanda Ashby, Susanne Turner, Becky Rader, Noel Ann Carter, Susie Wischow, Vivian Byerly, Dawn Johnson, Kay Johnson, Joyce Goddard, Ruth Milligan, Margaret Covey, Pat Chadwick. 3RD ROW: Jean MacDuffie, Gayle Jones, Carol Lacey, Irma Ronquillo, Pauline Hutchinson, Maryann Peterson, Gayle Nixon, Glenda Fulgham, Mary Heath, Kathy Land, Rita Hall, Sherry Geralds, Sherry Linn, Myra Schmidt, Carol Powell, Lorna Martin, Lynn Davis. 4TH ROW: Connie Leonard, Barbara Looney, Sandra Gaskill, Mary Ingram, Sharon Given, Kathy lrwin, Beverly Waters, Elva Galloway, Joanne Eager, Janet Nichols, Connie Smith, Nancy Kromphold, Fannie Mitchell, Margie Tranchina, Donna Miller, Kathy Seward. P .JP Cb - ' an, f,,' Q s -Q QD l 'as Us D .- 9-7' " ina or 40 4 CY 'QV' SEVENTH GRADE BOYS--FRONT: Ronnie Rodgers, Jim Rector, Doff Severn, Jim McCain, Richard Sheetz, Johnny Hayes, George Carter, Mike Collins, Fred Averill, John Bethell, Terry Handley. ZND ROW: Bill Hinrichs, Dale Dawson, Joe Reynolds, Mike Miller, Tom Richardson, Fred Black, Paul Gin, Ramon Carrasco, Johnny Bair, David Freidenberg, Mike McQuire, 3RD ROW: David Spencer, Dennis Downey, Buzz Williams, Dick Lafferty, Dick Hayes, Charles Wylie, Bill Enfield, Dean Johnson, Carl Weaver, Steve Hawkins, George Willis, Myron Crabbe, Byron Crabbe, David Weinbrandt. 4TH ROW: Joe Carothers, Gary Clifton, Brook Keenan, LeRoy Neville, Paul Brown, Eddie Arnold, Reuben Tarin, Rodger Bates, Leon Jones, Roger Kemp, Ron Zimmerling. STH ROW: Mike King, Danny Gross, Paul Nusser, Larry Smith, Doug Schoonover, LeRoy Hanen, Steve Copeland, Bob Bur- wash, Gerald Prosser, Butch Looney, Jerry Spangler. 6TH ROW: Dave King, Dennis Greene, Jim Bergman, Bruce Erhardt, Ronnie Clifton, Jack Bradle, Carl Rice, Joe Skinner, Jim Hougland, Dick Taylor, Danny Walker, George Suarez, Justin Chastain. 4 . 9 1 ,,,. EIGHTH GR DE as fc 6s-'7 , Q j S QQ. ,Y t . EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS--FRONT: Melanie Turner, Mona Strickland, Marilyn Holzman, Sandra Ray, Dalia Heredia, Mary Daniels, Jona Clay, Susan LaVallee, Betty Bennett, Bonnie Voakes, Marilyn Gardner, Carol Williams. ZND ROW: Julia Wilcox, Francie Nipper, Margaret Borders, Brenda Henley, Linda Kistler, Jackie Harris, Linda Chapman, Linda McMurtrey, Lynn Farmer, Ruth Tregoning, Donna Beaulieu, Judy MacDufi'ie, lva Wise, Carol Ramirez. 3RD ROW: Ruth Arnold, Linda Elliott, Marsha Shouse, Diane Humphries, Gwen Abbott, Martha Patterson, Panola Wilson, Sammy McDonald, Phyllis Don, Pam Ripley, Patty Ballantine, Donna Prosser, Glenda Stark, Sally Heredia. 4TH ROW: Lauren Lovett, Irene Brooks, Judy Darling, Sharon Germany, Bonnie Younger, Theresa Babjek, Linda Milligan, Mary Brewer, Carolyn Collins, Randa Croft, Sandra Ray, Ann Cope- land, Linda Ault, Pam Reavis, Arlene Shenitzer, Gail Bingham. rfb J e C' N J Q' ff 5, at ',,aoo -.fa v 334 EIGHTH GRADE BOYS--FRONT: Dick Clure, Wayne Younger, Richard Pierce, Gary Gaulin, Ken Clayton, Gary Elliott, Paul Dxiva, Gary Kaletka, Dallas Ritter, Larry Burke, Jay Barney, John Weaver. END ROW: Tom I-lolladay, Dave DeSimone, Ronnie Starrett, Gary Otto, Don McMurrich, Richard Piccoli, Ray Garcia, Roger Jones, Larry Gerber, Joe McGregor. BRD ROW: David Fehrenkamp, Kenny Combest, Ron McMurrich, John Gier, Bob Turner, Gary Laramore, Bob Renfrow, Chris Larsen, Paul Crawford, Gary Nichols, Rex Spencer, Don Waterman, Alan Gross, Terry Donovan. BACK: Ronnie Putnam, Wayne Smith, John Anderson, Robert Poteet, Mike Straley, Garen Evans, George Lindsley, James Sanders, Jim Dungan, Lonnie Holcomb, Pat McAndrew, Richard Dobias, Jack Brown. ' '4- if i ii ' rf 13 L, 1' C 4, 1 QQ 0 I O I 'Nu za. 'A ,.. In , 'Y f9+gR"' Q suis 5 N. x fx w NX f f U X .asa- iw X , 5 1' -lcv 'Q' fl .X C Co Editor RANDY HOLLADAY CLASS PICTURES f - 3 ,4-K!" Q7 Sandy Bake 1' ,fr '- .f-'F 4, ug..- 4x-fr, i 'v Virginia Neville D If A n' ii tau ci ig' Pat Reavis omia Williams 5 x -0 -gifs A 4 Roxana Richardson Candy Ripley James Holemari ,4 K ,lilbw-. V f l, 2' ,. F9 ' ' " gi- : i ' an Q. 4. . Si-v BILL KNIGHT BRENDA SLAWSON X ,Y , JOHN ZECH SPU CARL ATHERTON .,-404' lat gi GARY SAW YER 'T :N QS' , -,f x STAFF P H22 I It 5 5418! BARBARA BUSACKER Co-Editor ADVERTISING STAFF Q! Louise Root Jeretta Rice Steve Piccoli QF' ' 9 A Robert Bell Larry Moore Diane Mitchell 1' Vw' ' X FY' D I '3 , , - 1' 4 , , -'T' J 1 Linda Kelley Tanya Anderson Walt Douglas 'H C7 S 'Wim jab HIGH SCHOOL LITERARY I-IONORARY SOCIETY Nancy Turner Randy I-Ioll aday Iva Llghtner Lmda Kelley Barbara Busacker Lynn Otto Bob Bell Ben R1chards Sandy Baker Clo1se Barker Gary Sawyer SPANISH BAYONET Ben Rlchards Nancy Turner, Randy Holladay qs: Judy Abbott, Lynn Otto, Louxse Root, Randy I-Iolladay 'I Q: l 2 .Q DOWNTOWN NEWSPAPER STAFF . I baxmifglv ig ,f 4 . ff ' I ' I ' z A , . E S ' 1 A X 1 , . 1 Y , , L ,V 5 ., . 9 5 , I, Q f I in 55 A 5 ' Q ' C rj i' 5? Q I 5 QQ ,ag , . Q, X W I I I? W 5 . Y X IN 1 4 V , ' -I . 4 at 4 - I- ' ' L Y. ' Ll fe . A -' L.. , I . 'M if J, SV A, A A' It . 1 .,.. , .5 , Nr' 4 N 1 nf U Km ' I nf : I I 'Nl P N f I , - X X 'V I l Q- 1 A f la 1. ' 'sk ' il .rf iw K , 4 A '+ f A 7 - 1 I ,I W n I : , - Y . I . I I , , . 1 Y - I V I V . A . ZN I 2 Q ,ea ' , .A Q 'l , f X K I I X igl l ' Q ' Z 5 2 i S S ' . V? . V i. . V .. , I Q ' 1' A I ly I , V1 . M J .1 ' IEL 01 LLIBI 0 Volume v FLOWING wELLs'lu1GH SCHOOL l iiwrsdiy Number v6 Tucsonl Arizona February 25, l9QO Qfe'lfWffE5 M Hofllxfenfes S TA F F AT WOR K ,ff I Sl.hflffN F!-IHS will have a foreign exchange student next: year. vw' l FAR ? zman, .ace Lccrlcciuo, Robert' C2Z'S3UL11'ld Helen Kavalec. fCOntinued on Page 6D Maureen Shelde.. .. Robert Bell ..... . . ... . CO-EDITORS Ben Rncl'war-clS-- . . . . . ... .ART EDITOR Kay MCVucker- .' . ..,. , , . .FEATURE EDYTOR Nancy Turner- ...... . . . . . . . .CODY EDITOR Gary Sherwood. . . . . .. . SPORTS EDITOR Nahcy Tbrhev ........ Sandy Baker- ....., , Ben Rxchav-dS .... .. . MIMEOGRAPHING g STENcn.x.1Ns ua Lau:-.y,quu uJ.u.L1-as ygLngL, 561-fl Q- jD 4 94 2, . 1? 4 ..- if , ,A ij if ,5 :' Fx J., ,F 5. , , 1 , . A.. 4 .,, E Q I J :gf gt ..saV- ' , 1 mfg, "Nici fi ' WC LLEROR E L . E 5 l BACK ROW: Ruth Palmer, Barbara Busacker, Linda Kelley, Jerry Jaccard, Kathy Kelley, Tom Sullivan. ZND ROW: Monte Wade, Don Brown, George Burcham, Karen Maben, Clara Kibbe, Don Wade. FRONT ROW: Kate Dayton, Geraldine Gee, Kay Bingham, John Elliott, Don Douglas. BACK ROW: John Elliott , Randy Holla - day, Gary Sawyer, Jon Eliott, Linda Kelley. FRONT ROW: "Nibs" Doug- las, Cecelia Bur- charn, George Burcham, Sally Rasmessen. DOWN IN FRONT: Barbara Busacker. PEP BAND i X C: 7 . . .' .-Qi, I ' ' ' "lk- 4...-f ..+f?f-' . ,Ht 4' 4-'rf' F' ' S,-new R 3 sv , 1 yn A, . 1' .Q 1. 7 l D X ff? 5 is 'WN Su, ' . 'S .-nil-"' ' t I 4 I -- fa. if Ig by 4,50 Q 3160? ?? i9?Si?xifiqX5i?W -W 'Q' LEADER HIP ,, A I SCHOLARSHIP Xwxk John Demmg Jon Elllott Barbara Busacker 'fs fall! G WW? SERVICE CHARACTER ffikox Nancy Turner Us ai' E11 Da-Yt0H Laura Newsome Zelma W11son Presentatlon of Safety Award by GOVERNOR PAUL FANNIN to Presldent, John Zech BACK ROW John Zech, Judy Abbott, Torn Lawver. FRONT ROW Irma Celaya, Pat Reav1s, Nancy V1da, Ran dy Holladay. N , Off 1 . A -Q' ' X alrrrb E T 'f R I k ,, fi 0 QQ ' A N . ' 2:7 V . A ' ' L ' ' C R H 0 f 1 'Y N 4 1, R "R . 0 R -C R . s I R A I ,, E VIC . A i V E C ,y A . 6 'Iv Q ' gsli v , . -93, dv' 5 R A fl, ,Y 'KTM R., ., , ' ' W 2 x If Qi 1,1 - 4 STUDENT COUNCIL 7' In 4'- Wf Q- '8- 'if 5' Enthus1ast1cally workmg i to promote school sp1r1t our 1959 60 Student Counc1l brought many worth Whlle new 3.Ct1X1 t1es to our school The fulflllment of the dream of havmg a. forelgn ex "' change student at Flow1ng Wells Hlgh School was the outstandmg project of the counc1l To fxnance th1s project students and faculty actlvely part1c1 Q, pated 1n the homecorrung 4-1 dlnner share sales and after the game hops Q 4 R? OFFICERS Candy Rlpley E11 Dayton Zelma WIISOH SEATED Brenda Slawson i -f 54 BACK ROW Larry Moore, Bob Russell, E11 Dayton, R1chard Sherwood, Ken Nlxon, John Demmg. ZND ROW Don Brown, Tom Sullwan, Dor1s Rolhngs, Carol Klrkpatnck, Dmane Mlt chell, Pam Pr1or, Kate Dayton, Carl Atherton. FRONT ROW Lynn Otto, Candy Rlpley, Brenda Slawson, Zelrna Wllson, Tanya. Anderson, Jane R1pley. I 'J , 1 I , w'- l 3 S x 1, Q , 1 I . v , ,, . xg t t 1 1 Q. ' 'T D ' ' is "S -wo. J . , if' c ' - 'J f 'fifli 755' ' I Q , ' -, ,f-1- , ' Q, .,.q,. ' , Q 'U f age-ff, . - K FLOWING WELL HIGH SCHOOL CHORU BACK ROW: B. Bair, B. Hayworth, C. Burcham, R. Richardson, C. Averill, V. Gardner, J Cvenzer, M. Toben,- C. Kirkpatrick, N. Hanson, C. Frye, D. Winkler, S. Kibbe, D. Wold MIDDLE ROW: K. Sellers, G. Galloway, J. Francis, T. Moore, R. Peterson, D. Wallace. R Spencer, R. Gates, D. Christofel. FIRST ROW: J. Gier, D. Ballard, P. Hansen, D. Downey B. Spencer, P. Beery, F. Corrasco, G. Gerber, L. Brinlee, C. Reed, G. Burcham, B Blackman, D. Padilla, M. Coulson, D. Bollmeier, B. Callahan, B. Smith, D. Hughes, J. Nixon HONORARY SERVICE ORGANIZATION: BACK ROW: T. Lawyer, C. Barker, J. Forthman, F. Davis, J. Zech, J. Elliott, E. Dayton. FRONT ROW: R. Holladay, J. Deming, W. Douglas, K. Nixon, S. Hoover, T. Copland, J. Ault, C. Atherton, G. Sawyer Kxkmimmwm . fl-Wi! mmw k- f dr f ff f Z 9 , f QQ , I i WZ X X 1 9 , , 7? 2 Q' Z1 2, W7 'WY' ff fi If l , Z 7 7 Z Q 5 f I ii 2 Z 224 J ' 4 Z , f' ,2 f g ZZ 'lf 0 4? Z Z I 4 Z ff 7 9 fly- W, wp W -WMI DRAIVLATIC S' +V WM FTA ww QM! www LET T ERMANS C L UB I W K X ,N I Q ' " R 05 9 'B ur N, - ' .Vx If f 'll' X u ' Y G O J rlf 5 Writ 1 1 ff I X 4 X 47 I 2' A x x x T I L 4 A gi x x x , , I I vu , ',.r gk -Z L' N V ' - ' 9 A BACK ROW: L. Newsome, D. Henry, R. Palmer, S. Rasmessen, C. Kirkpatrick, J. La Valle, M. Toben, V. Gardner, B. Kania. ZND ROW: R. Richardson, B. Gunderson, L. Otto, M. Mitchell, N. Hanson, K. Dayton, D. Bollmeier, J. Little, S. Walker, D. Patterson. 3RD ROW: K. Kelley, K. Ruman, D. Williams, L. Riggs, D. Howard, J. Belanger, L. Rollings, M. King, P. Reavis, T. Anderson, G. Gee, N. Brummett. FRONT ROW:D. Yarian, N. Vida, D. Rollings, J. Abbott, B, Busacker, M. Joyce. ifvfr L l 1 A , 5 S . t i ell? J 1 " f' 1 5 1 f T J 3 1. 1 BACK ROW: J. Kromphold, J. Little, M. Holzman, L. Hartlev, C. Elliott, H. Kavalec. FRONT ROW: L. Kelley, S. Rasmessen, B. Busacker, S. Baker. E N F.T.A. BACK ROW: J. Elliott, R. Holladay, V. Neville, K. Hatcher, J. Gier, G Sawyer. FRONT ROW: L. Newsome, I. Celeya J. Jaccard, Z. Wilson, L. Kelley. MODELING CLUB BACK ROW: C. Reed, J. Schnieder, M. Joyce, F. Gilbert, B. Gunder- son, C. Burcham, J. Little. ZND ROW: J. Belanger, R. Palmer, D. Moushey, D. Taylor, L. Brinley, N. Brum- mett, P. Byerly. FRONT ROW: L. Dustrnan, T. Anderson, K. Sellers, M. Kelly, S. Walker, J. Rice. MASK AND SANDAL BACK ROW: Bob Bell, Linda Kelley, Pam Prior Barbara Busacker, Randy Holladay, Carol Kirkpatrick, Walter Douglas. FRONT ROW: Roxanna Richardson, Pat Reavis, Donna Williams, Ruth Palmer, Diane Mitchell, Sally Rasmessen. X , AA A fl il BACK ROW A Reuser D Mmtchell J Stark E Nelson, N Hansen, A Putnam D Weaver Hammond B Burger M Bauer J Patterson, R Palmer, M Klng J' Abbot, K Dayton, Toben M Joyce, H Kavalec D Hughes S Sm1th L Fxtzgerald B Atherton ZND ROW Walker, C Rlpley N Vzda P Clements L Otto A R1ster D Henry C Baker, S Baker, Blngham C Ruman D Bollmeler J M1ller J Lxttle, L Hartley P Hansen FRONT ROW Callahan B Hmrlchs, H Orozco D W1ll1ams K Maben D Yar1an, L Rlggs J Maynard B5-.CK ROW lN Brummett T Laxuer R Rmbardson J Abbott B Busacker L Newsome F Gllbert M Toben V Gardner J Zech 3RD ROW N Vlda F Ketchem, R Palmer D Rolhngs L Otto J Patterson N Hansen T Anderson S Walker J LaVal1e C Kxrkpatrmk K Kelley J Holeman ZND ROW D Wllllams J Rxce J Belanger L Rggs D Yarlan, M Klng C Rummel D Bollmrnr J M1ller S Baker D Mltchell S Rasmessen FRONT ROW D Douglas P Prlor D Howard M Mltchell L Rollmgs, B Kama D Henry 1 ,-l ' J. I 1 if ff -1 f'! 1 . , .' , . , . . . , . ,D. . . , . , . . . ' , . . M. , . . , . , . ', .' , . . 15. .4 , . 4 , . , . , .' , . , . . G. ' , . , . ', .' , .' . , . . ZB. is h A a :E Q f :lf ' I 'fi ff I 7 ' f - L5 TH f . 1,1 Q, s Q ix zfli lil J' .Qu , Y i at V 14? fi H! f Y . , .' 1. 'A , . ', . , ., i , . 4 . ' 1 RIFLE CLUB BACK ROW J Hmes G Sawyer A Powell J E1l1ott J Ault FRONT ROW D Doug las K Combest W Douglas P PYIOI P Duva LETTERMEN S CLUB BACK ROW Larry Moore B111 Mathson Don Henry E11 Dayton FRONT ROW Steve Hoover Dave Hobbs Ron Turbyflll Ken Nlx Carl Atherton FHA Dor1s Stark Joy Stark Judy Nlxon Sue Zech Kay McV1cker Sharon Sm1th Jerrlne Patterson Jean L1tt1e Helen Bo gun Judy Wallace Hope Orozco li u ' l f H ' L J J 9 . l I : 1 ! ! . , . - 2, 2 on, . ji t.,V ' l l 1 0. A 'J 2' K A I ' " 1- . , " H -' ' . , : .. ,, Q C I J , U.. 4 'QV J? ,L 0 0 0 ' ' . A z f . 'Q . A I J 4 I! X ' U 3 I .x 1 D I , TRI HI Y BACK ROW Judy N1xon Nancy V1da DOT1SROll1DgS Judy Abbott Lynn Rollxngs Roxanna. R1ChaTdSOH FRONT ROW Pam Pr1or Sally Rasmessen Janet LaValle Carol K1rkpatr1ck BACK ROW Paul Harper John Zech J1ITlf'OI'thI'1"la.1'1 B111 Mathson FRONT ROW Walter Douglas Don Wade Jon Elhott George Burcham JUNIOR RED CROSS BACK ROW Jerry Allen Renee H1HT1ChS Don Wallace FRONT ROW Kathy Kelley Karen Dyer - 5 1 1 1 1 1 u : 1 1 , . 1 a 1 1 u I 1 1 1 . 5 1 , . 3 1 - ' cf' 'nc-1' Y Ivy f ffiii, A ff f7 A Q 71 M 9 ff' Q f l 4 f f fa I f 75 Z M X 0 7 I 1 1 k f Thi LIP! 1 4 . A , NXNSX . 'J . ,, f mf A A 5 til MQW 'E mm MV ! X ,inf I i Z XZ' ' 1 1 I f f ' 'z v , 1' f I 1-5 ,f jf Q J, 419 X xg , , ", I ,, if f 4 9 if fl X X f 'T G ,M , I 1. ,SF 5 :SR X. :jj x , 5 ' N 1,3 . ,fu 2 QC Q 'N 4 ,:,J ,A J 1 - . n, J rj r 4 ,f Vfllfu ffl- 1 M My A,-. 4. , W , Q '-fmffix 1 N ' ' 'Q 'X' 'gx x f , W. 'XXX ,QM . l f I 4' W xxx 'Q 1 v ,!,Q, 1 X V X NM 'IN ' 1 Ml X M ' sf: Yu V, Mmm X x kf I 1 3 X u f y ...V .Lfr xg- ,. 1 l I f if Q ii. l 1'- ...e Af' MARILYN MDTCHELL JANET LAVALLE , 7 v SHEILA WALKER, NANCY vmA , Juov ABBOTT, VIRGINIA NEVILLE ,LOUISE ROOT, enenon. SLAWSON VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Barby Hinrichs, Lynn Otto, Doris Roll ings, Diane Mitchell. , L 1 - f fmmz' A , t :.x:,, f ww-file ' , list . f . ww . , . ,f ' "' 12. , , f ,X Q, . was-.gnv u"fL fn Lina, Ali' its D KJ -4-yn X. -vid Xl na-you ,4 Q:-an-1 . ilk L P.'!'!!l qv . . TWIRLERS: Karen Dyer, Jerry Jaccard, JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Judy Donna Hammond. Genzer, Ruth Palmer, Marsha King, Dana Yarian. A GX ifyrx- NANCY TURNER .S JUDY REYNOLDS 34-as li.. LOUISE ROOT MARSHA KING SPUR QUEEN- LYNDA DUSTMAN As chosen by Alpha Tau omega Frat ty U f A 1" vii 3 V X 'sv v' K -nf 9 I I f , f""' I zijn G+ 'll -- K -' ' e 4 Q 1 4 QL ' A rv 1. o "5 ' Q 4 .R l, wi , .. 5 I L . 2 .. 5 sg" 'N, ', ' '.'.' . .1 Q, ,fl xx N , . ,af K , ,, QV. 5 .4' . -1 l ' 'A x Q K 1 . 1 - Q 1 . 1 1 ' ' ' s '. K s lan xs ' A P s ' In A . Q 1 0 5 1 JUN K ' .I 'N N Q W " . N -L 1-5 . ' ' V. . 1 SPURg.xKL GiJQ 3 x P1 Beta I . . ,. 'A fi 2 Best Looking: Barbara Gunder son and Ronnie Turbyfill Biggest Flirts: Judy Abbott and Bucky Ennis MOST STUDIOUS John Zech and Zelma Wilson Most Humorous. Doug Davis and bharon W einbrandt Most Likely to bucceed. Nancy Turner and John Deming f fi! , Fei 'M 1 t X X.. LOUISE ROOT attendant 'Re LYNN ROLLINGS attendant Sparkling with the spirit of the "Old West," Rodeo Wvuuk, with its queen and attcndants, lent a colorful chapter to our record of the years activitivs. ,ans 'fig ' E51 . fx, . DORIS ROLLINGS 3 5 NF fi' MARSHA TOBEN DAWN MILLER attendant attendant 32 "aff -4' 5 X Ml 43? 7' X'J ! ' D Q 428' it HOMECOMING 1959 Sparkling festivities, the pep rally, the parade, the game, the dance:--:it was a weekend to remember. Color, excitement and pep. These all made our first real homecoming a success. Lighting the firecracker of events to follow was the pep rally bon fire . We cheered while the familiar strains of the Fight Song blared from the horns of pep band members. The snake dance left the participating Students exhausted. We'll remember the surprised look on Coach Muse's face when we ended our homecoming parade at his house. Our prancing Caballero on horseback added to the color of the game. During the halftime ceremonies tribute was paid to the composer of our Fight Song, Mr. Duane Miller. Hail Flowing Wells, our new Alma Mater, was presented at this homecoming. The sparkle of the band and the snappy drum ca- dence escorted our home:- coming queen and attend-3 ants on to the field. To see the familiar faces of old grads back once again brought our home- coming of 1959 to a sucess- ful close. HOMECOMING QUEEN -- BARBARA GUNDERSON HOMECOMING KING -- RONNIE TURBYFILL . ---asm, . , - And. ,955 K-K :fam .QE nf'- ' XSM vi. Qs l B '1 3 3. , . Q5 Wzyimg f W' .' irq-2" lf2f , I ygff Q 4' f Aef".,1f' . , 1 m.",,w2'1i.a,ff ,- x . lm 1 Q! ai t 41 4 ,, A A . f XG. ,ff x X X X A A X 'Sim MNX xy .XNYKXNXXSQXQ xi' NX ' . f .f i , C' V-Zww' fff 0 Y , 1 7 'P. , ' . , , . .5 , 4 c "1 7 114. y A. C, , 1, X up W ' :Z 31, ' 'J 0 .an ffffff' Zzffff " 'fl ff' www ,Q I l -I X i f-R Uk' .Z L1 bf? 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'-3.-9 550 J-Q3 ,Hg tl:-'E - .- 'su' .' 4 ' - I, if gy.-Q VARSITY FOOTBALL PLAYERS OFFENSE Bob Russell- QB Steve Hoover - C Bucky Ennis - LG Kenny Nixon - RG Jon Elliot - RT Johnny Stewart - LT Ronnie Turbyfill - RE Richard Sherwood - FB Ernie Palmer - FB Bill Toben - RHB Robert Stark - LHB DEFENSE Don Udell - B Jack Turbyfill - B Kenny Nixon - B Darrell Gaskill Q C Duane Risinger - LE Don Henry - RT Bill Toben - B Carl Atherton - B Ernie Palmer - B Johnny Stewart - LT Buster Shelton - RE 1959 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. Z Oct. 9 Oct. Z3 Oct. 30 Nov. 5 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Morenci 31 Willcox 7 Sunnyside 18 Nogales 47 Bisbee 13 Sunnyslope 33 Douglas 27 Rincon 26 Eloy 21 Totals 223 UNIOR ARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM .Am bil 457. Y. I is 1 'vw' w i 4. xg , , Q 4' my ' ' ts-.L-5 Xxx' -l""- ' Q- - 4 . X X Romuc Turbyfill lJE1Tfl'llGdSlillA Bucky hmub Jtvxq: Plcgoll W aynu Rlslrlgcr F 'il' , A3 il? ' 1 Akf fqq 1 's I' . 1' A , sw, , . ,:, W . 4 .5 " fin-g , .,-. 'AN Ann 1 , 4 W. .' z 115,34 .I af' f lyx 1 M f , ,- Q ,. M-ffl' E .A X gif ,.fm,,,,m .I .1 , - N, , , vg- V , A 1, 4 f ' - -' 4 3 -Y - - -f.-T '-fy f , .3 V ,. . . ,f 'Milf ' Z' . .f, 4 s T Q? f f '3 4 B W g- K il it A xx X . 1 Q J: L x l la' L ff Y X 3 lf ' T f 1 .vs S ll -f Wx l J 9. E Q5 V S xl! 'K H S Paul Callahan UAW' GFOW Larry Willis Jon Elliott .l ohrmy Stewarl fr' 41 J' 1, ....-f"f X 9 -1 Am ' 23' I . 'V 6 ,J r'Q I .F ,f9 , x Vg aulf 7. A 1 BACK ROW: Guy Weinzapfel, Jack Boyett, Darrell Gaskill, Bill Toben, Fred Ketchern, Dave Greene, Richard Sherwood, Coach Ed Nymeyer. FRONT ROW: Eli Dayton, Jack Turbyfill, Roydan Fehrenkamp, Ernie Palmer, Bobby Russell, Don Udell. VARSIT Y BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1959-196o WINS 11 LOSSES 9 NOOALES 47 F.w. MARANA 33 F.w. BISBEE 46 F.w. DOUGLAS 35 F.w. NOGALES 55 F.w. OABALLERO TOURNAMENT AMPHI 45 F,w. SUNNYSIDE 58 F. w. ELOY 29 F.w. AMP1-11 42 F.w. SUNNYSIDE 34 F. w. SAN MANUEL 41 F.w. SAFFORD 47 F.w. SUNNYSIDE 41 F. w. AMPHI 64 F.w. SAFFORD 62 F.w. MORENCI 5o F.w. MARANA 54 F.w. MORENOI 48 F.w. BISBEE 36 F.w. DOUGLAS 35 1-'.w. Nliluuu- - 4,4 COACH ED NYME YER "This year's team proved to be a sur- prise to many peOp1e," said Coach Ed Nymeyer. Under the capable leadership of Coach Nymeyer, the team brought a. fine season tora close by finishing third in the Class A South Conference. A record-holder himself, Coach Nym- eyer set U. ofA. high point scoring records in basketball, which were not broken until this year. ll! 'E ,,.s..v.-7--1"-Y' .....-L--ff'-L 1 I 1-sf""" ,x.,w"" ELI DAYTON, SENIOR STAR Second Team A11-City - 1960, Christmas Tournament First Team - 1960, Class A South A11-Conference First Team - 1960, Team High Scorer - 401 points, Highest Scorer in city, 401 points, Regular Starter for 3 years, Varsity Letterman for 4 years. fb ,FW X ffm if HA hi S: Tx: .Uv cfs! E1 X xg I ,,:f Af. .-" ' ,V fi.. V 4 , '-A.. .rt . 2 3 , W '-" ' b 'k . , Mi a " M' I x ""W4u.f. 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J' y M 'f' 'xg ' gwf ' -' PNA' 'ht W, , 1- r I ' i . sr A"'A K In Aid", x I' J R N A U K .. . 15,4 , EN s. I -f ff-Qu-ve-xfv- +A!"--l Mg G.. l 'll' JUNIOR VARSITY BACK ROW Ke rry Eveans Joe Ault Darryl Ge eting Dee Ennis David Gordon Steve McGowen Steve Clifton Jack Boyett FRONI' ROW Don Brown Johnny Ketchern Eugene Ault Jerry Van Driessche, Bob Padilla, Gary Leonard, Co-Captain Bobby Russell Wayne Strohacker. I 1 ll B M 1 A I rl Vlxjl -'Tin 'J' .. I v.5XH I is . rv ug TRACK TEAM BACK ROW Lee Sm1th R1Cky Gates Carl Atherton Gary Sherwood James Hammond John Fmedenberg Tom Lawver Alun Kmg John Newsome Jerry Allen FRONT ROW Warren Weaver T mmy N pper Al Stelchen Wayne Re1s1nger Dav1d Grove James I-Ieuser 'gs-521 Iavundbv Ihre,-il .3314 Ly-7" At a track meet 5. is bqsi Coached by 9, '51 N' Art Luppmo and Ivan Muse Dave Grove foreground Johnny Stewart JIIU Heuser rear Q m "Se-i-rf 4561, ,,,- Don Henry and the shot put Rlcky Gates on a hxgh Jump .., .wg Wa, 'Rf . 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Q 'x 4112555 mr X may sum Mrs Mary Holloway gl M1ss Ro bertaSandburg G1rls'P E Instrs Physlcal f1tne s s and carnpmg were two new areas of act1v1ty offered by the g1rls' P E department th1s year lhe phys1cal f1tne s s exerc1ses1ncluded s1t ups Jump rope dashes and softball throw Tests glven on these exerc1ses were comparable to natlonal stand1ngs Forty h1gh school students and forty Jumor h1gh school students were selected by department heads Mrs Mary Hollo way and M1ss Roberta Sandburg to go on an all day camp1ng trlp to Pepper Sauce Canyon Prevlous to the tr1p the g1rls learned how to bulld f1res make bed rolls shelters and had done stmck cookery, fO11 cooklng and one pot meals GIRL ATHLETICS Rewarded for her e nthu s 1a s tl c part1c1pa.t1on1n sports act1v1t1es Ang1e 'Early R1ser" Reuser has been chosen as the outstand1ng g1rl athlete of 1960 V1ce Presldent of G A A Ang1e has been an aCt1V6 part1c1pant of glrls' sports s1nce her fresh man year Th1s year she was one of the g1rls selected to go on the f1rst annual G A A spon sored camp1ng tr1p m FRONT ROW R TO L Hope Orozco, Jerrme Patterson Pat Rogers Lynn Otto Carr1e Ballard BACK ROW Ang1e Reuser L1nda Fltzgerald Penny Pre1ssner Donna Hayes Ann Putnam Jerry RICE QMJQE. 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'A' Phone MA 2-1461 105 West Congress TUCSON, ARIZ Q , E 2 i c 'R , J I - X .P ' ' , , QS?-'Yr ,. ,,L.qv,3,i awsmqgpp- ga ' ' nv-of -14-:ve . , N v A' I -f fw- "."""f" 'igzg Jon Elliott, Don Wade, Wclt Douglo 9 9 9 FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE FOOD GIANT MARKET HP SSLH GREEN STAMPS Wlth every purchase Double Stamps Every Tuesday EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF GOOD 1557 West Prmce Road TUCSON ARIZONA li M. H ' K I ,MER FOOD. I H3 o dPfR'hphFdG' 9 YOUR AUTOGRAPH PAGE! COMPUMENTS or Mel Wakefield's Educational Supply Co T? Dawn Miller ot the Variety Store FLOWING WELLS VARIETY STORE Toys, Notions, Dry Goods, Blue Jeans FLOWING WELLS SHOPPING CENTER MARSTElLER'S POULTRY FARM Fresh Eggs Daily Owned and Operoied by BOB and TILLIE HINRICHS ciosso SUNDAYS-HOLIDAYS Ph.. MA 4-6459 935 West Glenn Tucson, Ariz. NOW 3 Stores to Serve You GROWING FOR TUCSON STORE NO. I 2555 E. 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Good Luck, Seniors! l tucson, AmzoNA Rose Marie Delintt, Jim Holemon, Gary Sawyer soy ITS FUN TO BOWL! KEGLERS LAN ES Automatic Pin Setters Fountain Snacks No Liquor 1240 NORTH STONE AVENUE TUCSON, ARIZONA BEST WISHES, GRADUATES from DESERT TRAILER SALES, INC See Our MOBILE HOME DISPLAY Also our complete trailer store and most complete repair Shop in the Southwest. 2125 Oracle Road TUCSON, ARIZONA eeo o A 330 e Rado 'Rm r C 0 nzcm 2 san P0 Recd Reco d Al ay ea fl' a Barbara Gunderson 2 A Af' Album 2 he SUCIEUDJJLBMEQ - R LOCAZY "" "" I OWNED "' " J """ snvmc ARIZONA si nce---1922 , AV' x . nz. -KN- fg+xvw0c 4 99' W X 4+ X gr? X ygyf 1-if 1 Z Z 1 A " MlLeA In 4 Shamrovk -hum ra n-L , O A 4 ' q'a""-'i-53M Q .aunt John Van Driessche, Jack Boyetf, Leroy Jones Phone MA 2-7457 - MA 2-7458 120 North sione I Tucson, ARIZONA PORTERS of Arizona THE WEST'S MOST WESTERN STORE FOR THE FINEST IN WESTERN WEAR AND ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT I JOHN BURTON'S Moon SERVICE 1400 W. PRINCE RD. 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