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argonaut g.g.u.h.s. $ 7 . x f ' SS fSi . B fir ' M ■f i ' y. , . - • . .- f y r I --i; j J J ro fl .i | « ' ' - ' ' V ' o . ' ' . aA !)i 0- « w . V d ' ■ Vl ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' " ' ■ ' ' - ' J- I I , -; .-. - " if ' y W ' f ' : ' ;i( If. ' v ; ( I THE YEARBOOK STAFF PROUDLY PRESENTS THE OJJ ' Ju4? I : tZ Published by the students of Garden Grove Union High School Garden Grove, California Foreword Over fifteen hundred persons gatfier daily on the campus of Garaen Grove Union High School. The ARGONAUT of 1955 is organized around the names, faces, and activities of these people, and the dedication is to them. r. Contents Administration 8 Organizations 22 Activities 42 Sports 66 Classes 104 ••S — .iff ht a- -t ' wim ' » w - " - ' • ' • - ' ' Wt 1 mHS • 1 N K« ssasBsas - — ■St ' ' - i iiiiiiiii a; f% " V. - w - r " V •» rr I 1 ja 1 - Vr- ' ' St. m Administration Superintendent Dr. Leroy L. Doig, principal and superinten- dent of Garden Grove Union High School, has been in the teaching profession for 37 years, 31 of thenn being at Garden Grove High, where he has been superintendent for 27 years. There were 175 students and 12 teachers when Dr. Doig first came here and the only buildings on the campus were the shop building and the old main building, which was then a two-story structure. Board of Trustees Left to right: Mr. Williom Wiesner,- Mr. Joseph Putmon. clerk; Mr Willis Codwollcder s- Orestell Crcswhite: Mr. Lowfence Wood, president, Mr. w N " " ' Principal Faculty MARJORIE ALEXANDER Homemaking MARY ANDERSON Homemaking MURIEL ANDERSON Librarian JOSEPHINE ATEN Business Education DON AVERY Physical Education, MARJORIE BARKLEY BLANCHARD BEATTY SHIRLEY BEHRMANN Social Studies Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education RICHARD BIVIN Social Studies C. A i ; f J ' L GWENDOLYN BORDEAUX Science DONALD BOWER Industrial Arts DELL CLAEYS English GILBERT DEAR Social Studies ABRAHAM EIDELSON Mathematics KENNETH DUNGAN Business Education ELOISE EMERSON School Nurse ANNA FINLEY Language r-ji hi JOSEPH FITTS M English ,, Sr W ' i H A A JU PRISCILLA FRAZER Arts and Crafts BARBARA GIRARD Language and English HARRY GARBER Industrial Arts GEORGE GILL Music DIANE GRAY Social Studies MARILYN GODDARD Physical Education ■tt Kl, Wlf ' " ::. y ■■..•.•;£:. .. WILLIAM HOGANSON Music EUGENE HAGUE Science HERBERT HILL Driver Education and Physical Education MYRON KIRSCH Science MARY KING Mathematics HAROLD KLEIN Social Studies W. R. MALICK Mathematics ROBERT LAWRENCE English RILEY McKINNEY Science WILLIAM McCLAIN Social Studies MARY McCLAIN Social Studies JOHN MITCHELL Mathematics ALAN MUSIL Physical Education ROBERT MUMMERY Mathematics NELS NELSON Arts and Crafts !» ' L ERNEST PALMER Business Education CARL POWELL --, AA€ithematics, ' HENRY RAPPAPORT Language WILLIAM REED Driver Education JACK SCHUMAKER Social Science MANSEL SHINER Agriculture WILLIAM F. SMITH English WILLIAM SLINGSBY Business Education MELVIN SOTHAN Industrial Arts SARAH TALBOT Social Science ROY STODDARD Science PAUL VORKINK English CHARLES WARNICK English KENNETH WADE Industrial Arts WALTER WINTERS Social Studies Office Staff Lefr to right: Miss Jeannine Peters, Mrs Ivo Glaze, Mrs. Carolyn Ritter, Mrs. Roberlo True. Mrs. Blanche Conk- lin, Mus. Janet Schurgel. Sea edr Mr. Harold Reynolds. Bus Drivers Left io right: Mr. Eowin Jordahl, Mr. Gus Howard, Mr. Robert Mills, Mr. Ernest Spoggms. Mr, J. Miller Peters. Mr. Chester Wilson, .Mr. Wendell Nswsom, Mr. Keith Hulchins. Custodians Left to right; Mrs. Bertha Collins, Mr. Lester Snyder, Mrs. Etto Bin ion, Mr. Lloyd Manderscheid, Mr. Louis Masso, Mr. Chester Wilson, Mrs. Hazel Clark, Mr. Charles McConnelf. Cafeteria Staff Left to right: Mrs. Bessie Null, Mrs. Mildred Stewort, Mrs. Lily Wheat, Mrs. June Oxenreider, Mrs. Lucille Killion, Mrs. Birdie Umphress, Mrs. Blanche Berry, Mrs. Dorothy Payne, Mrs. Doris Yergler. ,:: n i J 1 Campus Government Composed of the Student Cabinet, Student Coun- cil, Board of Control, and Student Commission, student government gives a democratic voice in campus affairs to elected student representatives. Cabinet STUDENT BODY OFFICERS form the StudenI Pictured below are (standing, left to right) Jack Hort president- Morv.n Powell, vice-pres.dent; Bob Chan-os, business manager; Gary Guelker and Jim McPherson, assistant business managers; Front row, (left to right] Ann Boylon, secretary; Karen Savage, publicity director; and Priscilla Jones, assistant publicity director. Officers Marvin Powell, vice-president Anne Boylan, secretary ,i« Jack Hart conducts a meetmg. anny eCul ah expresses h ' s views. Student Council w Appointed by the student council, the Board of Control tries to help students through discussion and consideration, rather than inflicting penalties. Front, I. to r.: Sharon Worcester, secretary; Kenneth Wood, chairman; Pat Bostelman. Rear: Bud Dowling, Bill Whedbee. Commissioners Board of Control Appointed by the Student Council, the Student Commission assists the Board of Control and acts as a committee to encourage compliance with school rules and regulations. Front, I. to r.: N. Fukuda, L. Arthur, J. Noble, S. Hudson, M. Farmer, S. Worcester, J. Lumsden, J. Beorbower, P. Shea. Second row: R. Berry, C. Wiersig, P. Jones, J. Weir, K. Phillips, C. Smith, P. Bostelman, M. Clark, D. Hernon, M. Gruber. Thi rd row: J. Enomoto, L. Thomas, P. Moody, S. Peden, J. Hart, K. Wood, B. Dowling, K. Kettering, N. Kraushaar. Fourth row: A. Moore, G. Guelker, P. Magdaleno, K. Montee, W. Moybsrry, G. Greer, E. Rice, H. Reafsnyder, J. McPherson. Fifth row: M. Powell, G. Allen, R. McCullah, B. Lindsey, C. Lindstrom. 22 Organizations Brains, brains, and more brains are represented on this page. As members of the California Scholarship Federation, these students are tops scholastically at Garden Grove High. Fronr, I. to r.: Donna Oswalt, Jean Bearbower, Bonnie Lindstrom, Barbara Minardi, Rosalie Bermudez, Marilyn Nishioka. Second row: Carole James, Evelyn Tittle, Jeanni Enomoto, Nancy MacArthur, Jeanne Marsh, Susan Oder, Donna Hernon, Holly Mortensen, Judy Willmarth. Third rovi : Quinton Lane, Willard Berry, Lynn Schiveley, Horry Whitney, Ken Gory, Richard Elvidge, Gary Price, Stephen Holmes, Eldita Visser, Miss Finley, adviser. Scholarship Fronf, I. to r.: Judi Weir, Jeri Lumsden, Borbee Gryson, Beverly Whitney, Anita Decker, Elsie Price. Second row: Morinell Scoles, Barbara Jones, Steve Adams, Kay Phillips, Jill Menzimer, Pris Barker, Marilyn Croswhite, Gloria Murdy, Nancy Larmer. Third row: Carolyn Beotty, Jane Zimmerman, Wynelte Martin, Donna Weber. Fourth row: Lee Hendrick, Carl Lind- strom, Bob Chandos, Bob Cooper, Bill Whedbee, Stefan Cummings, David Dowling, Gerald Foirchild. V Golden Fleece Jim Dunivin, president Second Semester Kenny Wood, president First Semester An honor and service organization, the Golden Fleece is comprised of students who have attained an attitude and activity rank- ing among the upper 20 percent. Membership is limited to fifteen boys and fifteen girls. Front, I. to r.: Donna Weber, Barbara Minardi, Marilyn Nishioka, Bonnie Lindstrom, Jean Bearbower, Judi Weir, Jeri Lumsden, Shirley Hudson, Barbee Gryson. Second row: James Scott, Gary Guelker, David Holmes, Eddie Rice, Sam Peden, Larry Neff, Mr. Hague, adviser. Third row; Larry Murray, Bill Whedbee, Jim Dunivin, Reggie Attix, Bob Chandos. Girls ' League judi Weir, presi dent ° " Arthur ' ' ce-pres,denf FIRST SEMESTER. Standing, front to rear: Carol Smith, program chairman; Lori Arthur, vice-president; Nancy Kraushoor, board member; Priscilla Jones, secretory; Shoron Worcester, historian; Pat Bostelmon, board member; Judie Noble, board member, -oted: Judi Weir, president; Nancy Chew, publicity chairman; Anita Blender, board member; Jeri Lumsden, treasurer. SECOND SEMESTER. Standing, I. to r.: Irene Bolandran, board .nenibe.; Nancy Biooks, board member; Pnscillo Barker, Trees urer; Carol Smith, secretaty; Stephanie Adams, board member; Mavorene Clark, board member; Carolyn Moody, program chairmen; Anne Boylan, president; Boibara Jones, historian; Money Kraushcor, vice piesident. Seated: Kay Phillips, pub- licity chairman Anne Boylan res, dent a- cy Krausho r r Science Explorers is an affiliated chapter of the Science Clubs of America. Members take field trips to tide pools, the deserts, and mountoins and must have a project in collecting, experimenting, or research. Front row, I. to r.: M. Nishioka, J. Hudson, B. Whitney, D. Winning, C. James. Second row: D. Dowling, P. Hobson, P. Broden, C. Hurley. Third row: G. Fairchild, secretory; S. Peden, treasurer; P. Codwalloder. Fourth row: R. Urwick, president; Mr. Kirsch, adviser. Science Explorers Radio Club Assisting its members to get a ham license, the Radio Club has had a greater number of hams in membership than ever before. Front, I. to r.: D. Holmes, P. Wosserman, H. Lewellyn, J. Rhodes. Second row: Mr. Stoddard, adviser; B. Chandos, president; D. Fossett, C. FTurley, B. Chadwill, W. Hill. 28 Stamp Club Monthly meetings to promote good fellowship among the members who bring their collec- tions for others to enjoy was the main purpose of the Stamp Club. Front, I. to r.: B. Brod- bury; Mr. Rappaport, adviser; L. Chadwick, president; R. Schouweiler, vice-president. Second row: C. Hurley; D. Winning, secretary-treasurer; B. Bassine. Educational films and pamphlets highlighted Photo Club meetings and an overnight field trip was taken to the desert. Front, I. to r.: L. Hendrick, secretary; R. Agonia, treasurer; E. Northcutt; D. Savage; J. Rhodes; J. Takahashi; J. Hudson. Second row: B. Yoshioka; D. Michaels; A. Robinson; F. Gillmann; K. Lanier; R. Rhodes; R. Dumm, president; S. Cummings, vice-president; Mr. Winters, adviser. Photo Club 29 Key Club Designed to develop initiative, leadership, useful citizenship, and service to school and community, the Key Club has carried out many worthy projects including donoting $100 to the Boys Club. Front row, I. to r.-. M. Young,- P. Magdaleno; M. Powell, treasurer K. Wood B. Greshom; J. Dunivin, secretary; A. Moore. Second row: Mr. Biven, adviser; R. Chandos J. Neff; B. Lindsey; B. Tyhurst; B. Dowling, vice-president; B. Rodine; D. Manderscheid J. Hart, president. Third row: W. Mitchell, L. Schiveley, P. Ulyott, C. Donohue, J. Scott, S, Peden, R. Rhodes. Art Club members made and sold pennants at football games and distributed booster lapel tags free to students. Front row, I. to r.: H. Konwoler, J. Wood, J. Weir, K. Phillips. Second row: L. Garlow, J. Enomoto, B. Gryson, B. Bomar, D. Valence. Third row: L. Eulberg, C. Kremer, E. Parsons, T. Vance, S. Adams, C. Moody, E. Tittle, Mr. Nelson, adviser. Art Club Doing service work for the school and PTA and learning the duties of a secretary were the main activities of the Jotters ' Club, newly organized this year. Front, I. to r.: S. Aoyama; E. Leonos; R. Bermudez, corresponding secretary,- M. Torres. Second row: L. Thomas, president; G. Grady; K. Shoden; C. Larsen, secretary. Third row: Mrs. Aten, adviser; Marilyn Adams; P. Moody, vice-president; Merlyn Adams; B. Bishop; D. Nottingham. Jotters Homemaking Front, I. to r.: C. Schiller, C. Wassermon, S. Hicks, J. Soucie, A. Decker, E. Price, V. Grace, K. Fociano. Second row: P. Lehnhcrdt, C. Sosse, M. Clark, J. Carothers, J. Richards, S. Richards, G. Murdy, J. Rose, S. Young, S. Slogle. Third row: Mrs. Anderson, adviser; D Covanaugh, B. Oxenreider, C. Chorpenning, C. Powers, M. Croswhite, J. Jordan, D. Hernon. 1 Future Farmers of continued the.r outstanding work th:s year w,th the,r biggest activity being the sponsorship of the Form- ers Boll. With Jim McPherson as president, the organization attended several college field days and had exhibits at the Los Angeles and Orange County fairs. Front, I. to r.: G. Dagger; K. Johnson; R. Kakudo; D. Franklin, secretary; W. Pierson, treasurer- J Scott vice-president; J. McPherson, president; M. Anderson, sentinel; L. Hunt, reporter. Second row: J. Souso, G. Gorman S Carlson g ' Moddock, C. Peorson, J. Bringle, J. Hoppe, J. Mobley. Third row: J. Rocha, T. Pottison, C. Hunt, D. Berry, W. Hosack, A. Ayala. R. Kingston, D. Cole, J. Callahan, C. Risner, R. Peterson, D. LeGrond. Fourth row: W. Wilson, N. Lomoh, D. Gilchrist F Von Wol- l.nga, B. Shellenbarger, C. Pettit, E. Hem. Fifth row: Mr. M. P. Shiner, adviser; B. Heusing; L. Johnson; T. Wilke; C. Stites- R Low Future Farmers Drama Club Presenting special programs during the year and entering play contests at the Pasadena Playhouse and Orange Coast College were the principal activities of the Drama Club. Front, I. to r.: B. Lindstrom, treasurer; P. Hammel, secretary; B. Gryson, president; C. Smith, vice-president; B. Bomar; B. Trout; E. Mylar; L. Garlow; J. Soucie. Second row : E. Sharp, L. Hunter, L, DeLolto, M. Scoles, E. Visser, M. McEuen, A. Decker, J. Hamel, S. Reynolds, J. Jevi ell, P. Bevan. Third row: K. Phillips, C. Schiller, A. Rechhia, B. Barnett, J. Goff, J. Wood, E. Price, N. Heins, M. AAcCray, K. Saunders, C. Schoeder, J. Atchison, J. Leeper, B. Dykstra. Fourth row: S. Peden, D. Reilley, K. Wood, M. Brigandi, C. Wilson, H. Lewis, B. McKinney, S. Cummings, D. Woodson, D. Wenzell, H. Davie, R. Elvidge, Mr. Vorkink, adviser. I Sponsoring the membership dnve and p,e sale, the Junior Red Cross eorned funds to fill and send a gift box to a school m a foreign country. Front, I. to r.. J. Rhodes L. Garlow, L, DeLotto, N. Kroushoor. Second row: Miss Alexander, adviser,- P, Barker ■ secretary; L Eulberg, treasurer; B Gryson, vice-president; D. Weber; B. Lmdstrom; D. ' Goffey Red Cross Bible Club Divided into two sections because of the double lunch periods, the Bible Club met each Thursday. With Mr. Eugene Hague and Mr. Riley McKinney as sponsors, the duo had gues, speakers and occasional movies. Only a small percentage of the club ,s pictured below. Front, I. to r.. B. Allen, J. Johnson, D. Peacock, A. Adams, S. Brown Second row: Mr. Hague, D. Keon, M. Lloyd, S. Colburn, J Biel, D, Young, E Parsons, F. Green, D. Walters. 34 g» Tri-Hi-Y JUNIOR. To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high stan- dards of Christian character is the purpose of Tri-Hi-Y. Front, I. to r.: B. Davis; A. Decker, secretary; C. Schoeder; K. Phillips; B. Bomor; C. Smith. Second row: P. Hammel; L Bidie; E. Price; J. Hyer; E. Nagamatsu, treasurer; M. Croswhite; J. Atchison. Third row: G. Murdy, president; C. Wiersig; P. Runnels; B. Oxenreider; J. Jiles, vice-president; A. Clark; S. Hein; Mrs. King, adviser. SOPHOMORE. Front row, I. to r.: B. Burke; J. Chounard; M. Gillmonn, worship chairman; D. Allan, vice-president; A. Carlton; B. Jones, secretary; P. Hokanson; B. Noble; B. Rimes; S. Flory, publicity chairman. Second row: S. Allen; A. Mothios; L. Chadwick; C. Carlson, program chairman; M. Thomas; M. Santa Cruz; N. Wagner; C. Bowman; N. Pressnall; D. Crockett; M. Davis, president; D. Aretz. Third row: Y. Dufield; M. Hauer; C. Hauer;C. Head; K. Bisch; M. Grafton; G. Addison; M. Hightower; L. Cooper; J. Zimmerman; C. Price; M. Gedney; N. Eastman; A. Grunder, treasurer; Miss Girord, adviser. Tri-Hi-Y Posters, booklets, and other motenals were produced by the school service art class. Front, I. to r.: B. Dykstrc, K. Phillips, J. Enomoto, H. Konwaler, B. Bomor, J. Noble, J. Weir. Second row: Mr. Nelson, instructor; D. Groom, L. Mathews, J. Dunivin. Service Art Library Science I The girls in this special service class aid and assist the librarian in countless ways Front row, I. to r.: E. Price, V. Grace, A. Decker, J. Soucie, S. Stone, S. Quick. Second row: Miss Alice Quick, assistant to librarian; N. Larmer; J. Bearbower; K. Berto; S. Hein; G. Murdy; K. Savage; Miss Muriel Anderson, librarian. 36 - « JK M Spanish Club Se Habia Espanol. Meetings were conducted in Spanish to foster interest. Front, I. to r.: P. Magdaleno; B. Tyhurst; S. Peden, activity chairman; B. Gryson, president; J. Figueroo; R. Agonia; P. Slater, L. Murray. Second row: Miss Finley, adviser; E, Price; E. Tittle; J. Hyer; N. Fukuda; M. Croswhite, vice-president; K. Kettering, publicity; B. Williams. Third row: V. Grace, secretary-treasurer; G. Murdy; C. Hughes; J. Cochran; N. Larmer; D. Weber; B. Wendel; C. Beatty. The Lettermen ' s Club sponsored a dance, weekly sock-hops, and presented awards to out- standing athletes. Front, I. to r.: 5. Peden, J. Figueroo, B. Watkins, G. Murai, K. Montee, T. Wollick, B. Sarros. Second row: R. Matsumoto, secretary-treasurer; J. Hart, president; M. Powell; B. Dowling; D. Hood; D. Manderscheid; D. Moore; D. Linfesty. Third row: L. Murray; T. Barrago; D. Barry; R. Attix; L. Neff; G. Frazier; G. Dunivin, vice-president; D. Hosmun. Lettermen 37 Barbara Minardi Editor-in-Chief Argolog Staff . . . First semester editors, I. to r.: Terry Hanscom, clubs; Marilyn Nishioka, girls ' sports; Ken Smith, boys ' sports; Barbara Minardi, editor; Nancy Larmer, clubs; Sally Flory, features; Dave Dowling, boys ' sports; Jean Loser, features. Reporters looking over their work are, I. to r., Gayle Rothenberger, Jeanni Enomoto, Beverly Burke, Ronnie Nelson, Bobby Davis, Carol Goden, Joy Minson, Del Mahoney. i f i M tv,» It ' mL r Second semester sports editors Del Mahoney and Ken Snnith paste up their page. Mr. Smith, adviser, looks over the work of Nancy Larmer, news editor; Beverly Beebe, club editor; and Sue Brown, assistant feature editor. At Work • • • Below: Argolog staff works on classroom assignment to im- prove their writing ability. Above: Reporters Nancy Fukudo and Bobby Davis check galley proof for errors. 39 Ba rbara DyWro Art Editor Editor-in-Chief Associate Bonnie ,„j " ory Editor Argonaut Staff ° " Arthur Editor Bill McKinney Boys ' Sports Bonnie Lindstrom Literary Editor Fronk Martinez Boys ' Sports Marilyn Nishioka Assistant Editor Staff Barbara Dykstra Associate Art Editor Joan Goff, Geraldine Mulford, Joyce Atchison Annette Peters Associate Art Editor Jeanni Enomoto, Stephanie Adams, Joy Minson, Nancy Larmer Associate Literary Editor Borbee Gryson, Sharon Erickson. Willard Berry Business Manager Photographers— Priscilla Jones Advertising Editor Robbie Rhodes, Roger Dumm, William F Smith Robert Ballew Boys ' Sports Chris Myron Studio. Adviser William F. Smith Front, I. to r.: Joy Minson, Priscilla Jones, Jeanni Enomoto, Joyce Atchison, Bonnie Lindstrom, Marilyn Nishioka. Second row: Joan Goff, Gerry Mulford, Lori Arthur, Borbee Gryson, Barbara Dykstra, Nancy Larmer. Third row: Bob Ballew, Wil- lard Berry, Robbie Rhodes, Bill McKinney. Ill ,N -i " . I J 1 j P " ■ ■■ ■i. SF .i r ' " ™ P B 1 1 Marilyn Nishioka, Bonnie Lind- strom, and Nancy Larmer carefully read galley proof. Mr. Smith and Lori Arthur check pictures with dummy lay-out. Joyce Atchison and Willard Berry compile list of purchasers by going over receipts. T 42 Activities Junior Play Using the girls ' gym as a makeshift theater, the Junior Class presented a two-day run of the three-act com- edy about teen-agers, ' We Shook the Family Tree, " December 9 and 10. The play was under the direc- tion of Mr. Robert Lawrence. Where is he? Just let me get hold of him, shouts Carl Lindstrom (Bobbyl as Robbie Rhodes, Beverly Bomcr, Carol Hughes, ond Marcelene Woods look startled and bewildered. ■You dont mean you? Youre my secret odmirer? ' Stephanie Adams (HHdegard) asks Howard Cornell (Freddie). Carol Hughes, Beverly Bomar, Carl Lindstrom, and Karl Lanier look on. " It ' s all Hildegard ' s fault! " complain Karl Lanier (Jimmy) and Carol Hughes (Jill). Carl Lindstrom, Beverly Bomar, Marcelene Woods, Robbie Rhodes, Sharon Hicks, and None Kraushaar appear to agree and disagree. Cast Stephanie Adams . . . as . . . Hildegard Dolson Carl Lindstrom Bobby Dolson Sharon Hicks Sally Dolson Karl Lanier Jimmy Dolson Nancy Kraushaar Mother Robbie Rhodes Father Howard Cornell Freddie Shermer Marcelene Woods Mrs. Shermer Ken Gory Mr. Shermer Beverly Bomar Ellie-Moy Carol Hughes Jill Jeannette Soucie Paige ' Shall we dance? " Freddie asks Hildegard as Nancy Kraushaar (Mother) and Ken Gary (Mr. Shermer) look on approvingly. Senior Play " John Loves Mary, " a three-act comedy, was pre- sented by the Senior Class in the Girls ' Gym Theater on March 24 and 25. Mr. Paul Vorkink directed. Below: Senator and Mrs. McKinley and daughter Mary. " Need any ice? " Fred asks John and Mcry us Mable holds the bucket. " The marriage license bureau closes at four. " The Senator checks the time as everyone looks on. " You are now in the hands of the worlds most efficient organization, " says General Biddle to John as Mrs. McKinley, Senator McKinley, Mary, and Moble look on. Cast Mary McKinley Bonnie Lindstrom Mable Dugan Alice Johnstone Fred Taylor Dove Reilley John Lawrence Marvin Powell Senator James McKinley Howard Lewis Mrs. Phyllis McKinley Borbee Gryson Lt. Victor O ' Leary Sam Peden Seorgio Beechwood Barbara Dykstra Lily Herbish Linda Thomas Harwood Biddle Ken Wood " We were in the army together, " John tells Mrs. Beechwood in explaining Lily and Fred ' s actions. Front, I. to r.: F. Castro, J. Biel, K. Faciano, S. Mossey, G. Pressley, C. Johnson, M. Grable, S. Anderson, W. Mullins, J. Hester. Second row: Mr. Hoganson, E. Farnsworth, D. Young, S. Enckson, N. LeVonder, president; S. Huglin, P. Yergler, G. Petrcsek, Dorette Donatii Doreen Donoti, A. Glumm. Third row: S. Connor, M. Nunan, L. Englund, S. Murphy, J. Gil- lespie, B. Baker, secretary-treasurer; D. Hogan, L. Myers, S. Raby, C. Banks, J. Goff. Girls ' Glee Boys ' Glee Front, I. to r.: W. Ford, R. Reyes, O. Watson, J. Simpson, E. McVicher, P. Wortmon. Second row: M. Young, G. Jiles, D. Wiike, C. Coster, J. McCabe, T. Baker, secretary-treasurer; G. Coakley. Third row: T. Banuelos, M. Witt, D. Murphy, B. McKinney, Mr. Hoganson, C. Dono- hue, president; J. Lewis, R. Phipps. lit M ■ 11 Mixed Chorus Front row, I. to r.; M. Mulkey, A. Anton, M. Reeves, D. Brees, R. Kingsbury, M. Fellows, J. Schnitger, G. Baker, Mr. Hogonson. Second row: N. Natland, C. Davis, J. Reeves, C. Houer, B. Gollegly, K. Gary, T. Larson, secretary-treasurer; G. Riley, G. Thompson. Third row: S. Slagle, C. Kyle, M. Hauer, A. Mathios, R. Urwick, R. Corona, D. Self, R. Brown, J. White, P. Buss. Fourth row: V. Beauchamp, A. McCoy, A. Grunder, A. Holverson, C. Dono- hue, W. Mayberry, president, J. Phillippi, E. Myers, S. Ross, V. Wilson, B. Hanson. Front row, I. to r.: E. Kanegae, B. Bomar, F. Morrison, G. Wright, sectetory-treosurer; D. Oswal:. Second row: C. Page, D. McKee, B. McKinney, Q. Lane, president; H. Mortensen, R. Buck. Third row: K. Roberts, A. Walls, R. Rhodes, F. McCabe. Rear: Mr. Hoganson. Concert Choir 1 Front, left to right: Carol Grady, Faith Rosenson, Guyla Hahn. Second row: Mr Gil Judy Willmarth, Paul Hobson, Jeaneane Leeper. director, Orchestra Front, I. to r.: D. Arthur, D. Hasty, E. Northcutt, J. Patlison, P. Altimarino, E. Bonuelos, S. Montgomery P Gleoson N. Fergusen, W. Elliott, R. Chandos. Second row: R. De Wit. , R. Downs, L Kinsman, B. Chandos, D Hernon D Ryder, B. Whitney. L Bielma. J. Newsom. Third row: R. Rhodes, R. Chandos, R. Addison, P. Cadwalloder, A Ayala hinnri ' " " ° " ' °- ° ' - f " " " ° L. Chnstensen, B. Duggan, P. Schwartz. L. Neff. J. Yoshida j ' J-JU It LL Colemon. W. Wilson. J. Rhodes. C. Ramsbarger. Fifth row: F. Morrison, A. Gorcia. H. Thies G Von Delden ' G Bluhm. D. Monderscheid, D. Nelson. D. McCalla. D. Urwick, B. Dunbar, P. Broden. L. Braize J Weinheimer M ■.IX " V f " J ' - Under rhe direction of Mis. Shirley Behrmann, fhe Dull Teom made appearances at oil The footboll yomes and marched m porades m Anaheim, Long Beach, Santo Ana, and Indio. Grouped here in the shap5 of a G the girls are (counterclockwise beginning at upper right: Dian Biel, Vesto Grace, Lynne Garlow, Maxine Heintz, Joy Inman, Koy Phillips, Stephanie Adams, Morgy Davis, Pat Hokanson, Barbara Holmgtsn, Gayle Addison, Jeanette Soucie, Donna Booher, Nancy Eastman, Irene Balandron, Borboro Jones, Glennis DeMoss. Morcelene Woods. Genie Barnes, Mary Ann Pickermg, Billy Dean Book, Lynette Eulberg, Carolyn Moody, Pnscilla Barker, Eleanor Shorpe, Jill Menzimer. Beverly Trout, Sylvia Bell- Bar of G. I to r.; Jean Loser, Shirley Colburn. Beverly Bomor, Solly Flory, Kothy Jenkms. Left are pictured Dr ill Team leaders Lynette Eulberg. Carolyn Moody, and Priscillo Barker Drill Team elow a portion of the DnM Team is shown m o practice session Flag Twirlers Left to right: Judie Noble, Dee Valence, Bcrbee Gryson. Majorettes Left to rigfit: Rosalie Perrott, Barbara Pingston, Sfiirley Hudson, Gerry Mulford. Yell Leaders Left fo right: Par Bostelman, Jill Aber, Carol Smith. tJLatrj ' Kxz. V • Song Leaders Left to right; Sharon Worcester, Jeri Lumsden, Corole Larsen. Pep Club Barbee Gryson, vice-president Over 100 strong, the Pep Club was organized this year to give vocal and visual support to the teanns and athletes. Mr. Paul Vorkink is the adviser. Freshman ' Hello Daze yy Getting acquainted at the begin- ning of the school year, the fresh- men attend the Hello Dance, where the King and Queen are crowned. Sophomores elect the King and Queen from freshmen nominations. Clareen Sasse and Dick Arthur pose with their paper crowns shortly after learning of their selection. Crowd circles couple executing fast and fancy dance steps. Homecoming Queen Attractive SHIRLEY HUDSON, senior, reigned as Queen of Homecoming. 56 .1.1 1 Bk -iriA r Alumni and students dance to a tuneful orchestra at the Homecoming Dance. Princesses sophomore CAROL CARTER Freshman Junior ( 57 Farmers ' Ball Queen Charming senior PRISCILLA JONES was selected as Queen of the Farmers Bel 58 Princesses i Freshman CHARLOTTE STEVENS Sophomore Farmers ' Ball Loud plaids and checks dominate the Farmers ' Ball, sponsored by the Future Farmers of America. il 1.4 li • ' f « Christmas Dance Christmas trees and soft lights prevailed at the Christmas dance spon- sored by the sophomore class. Santa appeared with prizes for the lucky ones. Co -Ed Dance Across a crowded floor . Above: Ron Richards crowns his queen, Nancy Chew Lettermen ' s Dance Spring Dance " In the spring a young man ' s fancy Sponsored by the Junior Red Cross, the annual Pie Eating Contest took place April 1. At left, winner Ron Calliham regards his empty tin. Below, Marvin Powell watches contestants at beginning of race. Hats In conjunction with the Pie Sale, the Junior Red Cross designated April 1 as " Crazy Hat Day. " Below, emcee Marvin Powell is shown introducing the finalists. Beauty Pulchritude prevails at Garden Grove High. At left, lovely Pat Wood is shown as she v as crowned " Miss Garden Grove " by fornner students Joanne Cangi and Donna Schurr. Be- low is Betty Jones, a pretty junior, who was Garden Grove ' s entry in the Easter Queen contest. :Vt ' IM . ■ ' » ' ' • - i ? :!lcai 66 Sports Orange League . . . Front, I. to r : Elmit Mason. Marvin Powell, Jack Hon, Richard Ponce, Bill Sorros, Ronoid Word. Pete Altamirano. John Figueroa, Dorrell Monderscheid. Don Hosmun. Seconc row: Jim Dunivin, Joe Lewis, Dennis Miller, Rudy Corona, Chuck Donohuc, George Allen, Anthony Wallick, George Murat, Richard Motsumoto, lerry DeLand. Champions 1954 Third row: Bob Wotkns, Carl L.ndstrom. Dornold Linfesty, Reggie Attix, Joe Dykstra, Dalton Rogers, Roger Golligan, Robert Waffle, Bill Whedbee, Bill Niblock. Fourth row: Kenny Wood, Dove Reilley, Bod Dowling, Bud Osborne, Joy Phillippi, Ron Bollard, Ronold Addison, Bill Shellenbarger. Elmer Mason Fullback Jim Dunlvin Quarterback Reggie Attix Right Tackle Kenny Wood Center George Murai Left Guard Co-captain Jack Hart Left Halfback Varsity Coach Don Avery Co-captain Marvin Powell Right End Football Don Hosmun tw. Right Halfback John Figueroa Right Halfback Chuck Donohue Left Tackle Tony Wallick Right Guard Bud DowUng Left End Coach Herbert Hill 71 Players of the Week jack Hart Kenny Wood Valencia Gome Don Hosmun Orange Game Laguna Game BiJd Dow P ' sfrano Game CoDi Marvin Powell Brea Game Richard Matsumoto Chula Vista Game A fc l 1 w ov ■i fci «» . ' •• ■ ■ .-» ' _ »i League Games Captained by Jack Hart and Marvin Powell, Garden Grove High ' s 1954 championship football team established one of the best records in Argonaut history. In their last Orange League season, the Argonauts posted a clean record of five straight vic- tories in winning the league title. Big Reggie Attix was the first Argonaut ever to make the first string CIF selections. On the second squad Jack Hart was awarded a backfield position. Gar- den Grove dominated the All-Orange League selections and lost to Chula Vista 19-13 in the SCIF small school semi-finals. Jack Hart was nominated to play in the Fourth Annual Shrine Football Game at the Los Angeles Coliseum in July. This is the first time an Argonaut has been so honored. Scores Garden Grove Opponents 6 Corona 31 12 Bellflower 32 6 Orange 18 19 Newport 21 24 Valencia 34 Tustin 13 18 Logunc Beach 13 53 Copistrono 13 33 Brea-Olinda 6 13 Chula Vista 19 218 Total 166 rr B " Football Gilbert Dear and Hal Klein ' s " B " football team was unsuccessful in defending the Or- ange League title they held last year but placed second in a close pennant race. Cap- tain-quarterback Eddie Rice led the Argos to five victories in an eight-game schedule, with their only league loss being to Laguna Beach 61-0. The " B ' s " closed the season with a 47-13 victory over Breo-Olinda. I Coaches H -° ' d Klein and Gilbert Dear Front row. I. to r.: Steve Keiner, Gerald Brady, Clinton Lillard, Jim Amthor, Jack Fionnogan, Mike Young, Wally Mitchell, Sammy Thomas. Second row: Al Ayala, Mike LePare, Charlie Doyle, Harry Fulsom, Mike Brigandi, Paul Sollee, Daniel Granodos, Jack Pottison, Ed Reed, Terr Beach, Monte Weaver. Third row: Bob Ballew, Doyle Darch, Mike Slagle, Dennis Vener, Morlow Clark, Dick Arthur, Eddie Rice, Tommy Banuelos, Denny Greer, Ron Richards, Joe Schwind, Coach Gilbert Dear. lie. .S Ljl. p 30 f{Wjf ' fW ' ?W t» -Wt •- ■-. ■ Outstanding Players Tommy Banuelos L.neman of the Year 1 Above, Dick Arthur plunges over for a touchdown against Tustin. Right, Ron RicharcJs returns Justin ' s punt for gain Captain Eddie R,ce Back of the Year SCORES Garden Grove Opponents 6 Bellflower 34 Orange 8 19 Newport 13 19 Valencia 13 13 Tustin 27 Laguna 61 19 Capistrano 6 47 Brea-Olinda 13 123 Total 175 " C " Football B H M , , I cur, ,„r E Naqamatsu. Second row: Garden Grove High ' s " Little Argonauts, " under the coaching of Bill Slingsby, lost five of their gomes, won over Tustin by forfeit and tied Orange. Their closest loss was to Laguna 14-7. Freshman Benny Gomez sparked the squad as quarterback. Coach William Slingsby Outstanding Players SCORES Garden Grove Opponents 7 . . . . Bellflower . . . . . 39 . . . . . . Newport . . . . . 37 . . . . . Valencia . . . . 26 7 . . . . . . Laguna . . . . . 14 1 Tustin . . . . . Valencia . . . . 19 Total 15 135 Benny Gomez Back of the Year Ernest Naganiatsu Captain Varsity Basketball Ron Calliham Bob Rodine Forward Jack Hart Guard John Harl Center Larry Murray Forward Front, I. to ' .: Marvin Powell, Dave Reilley. Max Pickering, Ron Richords, Ron CallihoiTi, Jock Hart, Al Williamson. Second row: Billy Niblock. Melvin Woffle, Mike Maddox, Lorry Murroy, Gory Greer, John Horl, Gory Davis, Bob Rodine, Dick Montogue, Coach Richard Bivin. Bouncing back after a dismal 1953-54 season, the varsity Argonauts copped second place in this year ' s tight Orange League and went into the CIF play-offs, advancing to the quarter finals before being dropped by Citrus. Led by All-Orange League guard Ron Colli- ham, v ho paced the Argonauts in scoring with 210 points for an average of 17.5 per game, the starting line-up consisted of two seniors and three juniors. The climax of the season probably came during the first La- guna game, which Laguna won 46-44 in two overtimes. Coach Bivin termed the team " the most successful in the past four years. " Playing the first few games for experience, the " B ' s " settled down in league play and became stiff contenders for the cham- pionship right up to the last few games, winning one game from the first-place team. Their league standing was eight wins and two losses. Front, I. to r.-. Bert Thiesson, Delmar Farmer, Larry Hart, Bob Ballew, Bill Callihom, Eddie Rice, Earl Clinton, Tony DeNapoli, Coach Mel Sothan. Second row: Darrell Man- derscheid, Calvin Barnett, Bill Whedbee, John Mittrick, Stefan Cummings, Tom Stone, Charlie Doyle, Steve Clem. " B " Basketball Edd.e Rice Most Valuable Player Bob Ballew goes up for two. Eddie Rice mokes o nice lay- Sfory-book finishes sparked the " C ' basketball team to an undefeated season and the Orange League Championship. Led by the five stalwarts pictured below, the " C ' s " gave spectators some breath-taking moments: Jim Semon ' s winning the Valencia game with his twenty-foot, one-hand push shot with two seconds left in the game, and Benny Gomez winning the Tustin game by intercepting a pass and dribbling the length of the court for a lay-in with 15 seconds left. Robert Gamboni led the team in individual scoring with a ten-point average and Mike Wilkins had the highest game total, 14 points agoinst Brea. Front, I. to r.: Bill Yoshioka, Mike Doyle, Mike Wilkins, Benny Gomez, Mike Wenetta, John McKay, Jim Semon. Second row: Tom Brem, Roy Davenport, Don Ross, Paul Stout, Lanny Allen, Ron Sisel, Ernest Nagamatsu. Coach William Slingsby " C Basketball The most-playing five of any learn ever coocfied by Mr Slingsby, these boys playad 115 minutes out of a possible 120. Front, I. to r.: Jim Semon, Benny Gomez. Rear: Robert Gamboni, Mike Wilkms, Ronald Sisel Gamboni scores again! rrr ? D " Basketball Captain Kenny Nixun Most Valuable Player This year s defending Orange League Champions, led by lettermen Kenny Nixon and Robert Agonia, certainly proved the important position that " desire " and " will to win " play in athletics Hondicapped by their lock of height, yet superb in their ability to come from behind, they finished the 1954-1955 basketball season with a one point victory over Tustin and for the second consecutive year remained unbeaten in Orange League play. D champions and bronze basketball winners are (front, I. to r.) Robert Yoshioka, Rich- ard True, Ken Nixon, Bob Agonia, Coach William Slingsby, (second row) Buddy Hicks, Bob Owen, Ted Just, Joe Tokahashi. Guorded by three Tustin men Kenny Nixon sinks one Buddy Hicks stretches way up to tip the ball ' H J. V. Basketball Jim Moore Most Valuable Player Sam Peden High Point Man i This year marked the first JV basketball team in Argonaut history. These boys, who hope to develop into varsity players, had several games v ith various Sunset League schools, culminating m a double victory over Anaheim. Outstanding players were Gary Davis, Jim Moore, Jim Dunivin, Sam Peden, Richard Ponce, and Ted Madison. Front, I. to r.: Jim Dunivin, Ted Madison, Gary Davis, Jim Moore Sam Peden. Second row: Coach Paul Vorkink, Bob Cooper, Walter Pierson, Robert Grous, Bill McKinney, Ron Ward, Howard Cornell, Bob Walsingham. y Cross Country On ycur mark, get set Dove Barry pictured crassjng finish line for a school record of 7.46 7 for 1.6 nvv ' es. This year marked fhe forming of the first fully-organized Cross Country Team with over 14 boys par- ticipating. Although there was no organized league, the " leather lungers, ' who will lose their best man this year in miler Dave Barry, did very well against larger and more experienced squads. Front, I. to r.: Jerry Hudson, Gene Albrecht, Murray Wells, Billy Niblack, Gerald Foster, Sam Peden. Second row: Coach Jack Schumaker, Dove Barry, Don Christianson, Bob Cooper, Howard Lewis, Larry Murray. 119 l l ■ 1 1 7 V m§ ' ■ — m — ' ffj rSjj •!= " .■ iliU iS j 7tw rf « mn Front, I. to r.: R. Motsumoto, D. Manderscheid, B. Snyder, S. Peden, J. Figueroa, K. Neales, B. McKinney, H. Perry, T. Borrego, G. Foster. Second row: L. Schiveley, P. Robles, D. Dowling, B. Gresham, B. Dowling, B. Cooper, T. Bonnemo, D. Barry, G. Albrecht, B. Walsingham, B. Whedbee, M. Weaver, Third row: Coach Dear, L. Cobb, G. Rice, B. Sorros, R. Attix, T. Gruwell, J. Dyksira, W. Mayberry, M. Witt, D. Linfesty, B. Tyhurst, H. Lewis, Coach Schumaker. Varsity Track Bob Coooer, Reggie Attix. Bud Dowling, and Dave Barry take a turn around the track. Monte Weaver goes way u.o in the air executing the broad jump. w Above: Eddie Rice watches Bob Ballew go over the bar. ' ' B " Track Below: D a r r e I I Manderscheid shows good form in clearing the high hurdles. .- Front, !. to r.: S. Perez, M. Brigandi, C. LMlard, R. Limas, R. Ochoa, R. DeWitt, M. Young, E. Rice. Second row: J. Flanno- gan, D. Arthur, R. Cooley, R. Kakuda, J. Hudson, M. Wells, B. Drew, A. Garcia. Third row: Coach Dear, D. Baldwin, D. Vener, J. Raddatz, D. Dorch, L. Brown, B. Callihom, D. Christensen, Coach Schumaker. " ' • ' ' ■ ! " . ■; ; ' » r: Fronf, I. to r.: M. Wilkins, E. Norlhcutt, J. Miller, C. Hurley, K. Hannum, B. Shaffer, J. Takahashi, D. Watkins, B. Niblack. Second row: Coach Dear, L. Stone, P. Stout, F. Chester, R. Gamboni, B. Yoshioka, J. Mitchell, R. Gutierrez, A. Donohue, Coach Schumaker. rrr y C Track Below: Billy Niblack goes over the low hurdles. Above: Frank Chester puts the shot. Varsity Baseball Out at second! Ken Wood tags Gary Greer. Batter up! Jock Hart takes stance at plate while Dick Moore catches. Front, I. to r.: Howard Reafsnyder, Don Hosmun, Ken Wood, Jack Hart, Keith Montee, Horry Fulsom, Dick Moore. Second row: Coach Herb Hill, Carl Lindstrom, George Allen, Gary Greer, Charles Doyle, Bud Dowling, Max Pickering, Dennis Miller, Bill Niblack. f i ' mfi- : , i-m t f ' .-i ' ' ■T ' TJHf " li Jr. Varsity Baseball ' - f : :; Fronf, I. to r.: Larry Hart, Larry Conlon, Steve Keiner, John Mittrick, Lawrence Bloeholder, Jerry Mitchell. Second row: Bud Osborne, Ted Madison, Bert Thiesson, Delmer Farmer, Coach Harold Klein. Third row: Gerald Brady, Darryl Rubin, Wallace Wosinack, Manager Kenneth Arnold. Front, I. to r.: Tony Walters, Gary Allen, Allen Mitchell, Ted Just, Bill Shaffer, Jerry Davis, Jim Gilbert. Second row: Jim Semon, Steve Clem, Dennis Williams, Wendell Wheeler, Ron Sisel, Tony Ashby. Third row: Noel Rhodes, Mike Doyle, Bob Kaplanek, Joe Torres, Mike Slagle. Freshman Baseball 91 Tennis Dick Montague serves. Truman Baker tries for on ace. Pront, I. to r.: Robert Grous, Dick Montague, Bob Rodine, Truman Baker, Dan McColla, Don McCalia. Second row: Coach Paul Vorkink, Lanny Allen, Lee Hendrick, Robert Agonio, Bob Owen, Sam Peden, David Holmes. J J Girls ' Athletic Association Priscilla Barker Secretary Shirley Hudson Vice-President Carolyn Moody Treasurer 94 Judith Jiles Historian G. A. A. • ! . ADVISERS. Left to right: Mrs. Shirley Behr- mann, Mrs. Marilyn Goddard, Miss Marjorie Barkley- MANAGERS. Seated, left to right: Pat Schoonover, Pat Burns. Standing: Beverly Oxenreider, Sharon Hein, Lynne DeLotto, Sylvia Quick. pc FRESHMAN. Front, I. to r.: Diane Rabideajx, Phyllis Boldwin, Margery Jackson, Lor- raine Bates, Janice Johnson, Dorrelene Peacock, Barbara Allen. Second row: Marilyn Konegae, Sharron Connor, Linda Ives, Darlene Hortmon, Ardeth McCoy. Third row: Gay Judd, Jo Luthin, Jeanne Marsh, Nancy Mencuri, Nancy MacArthur, Kay Christianson. Basketball Basketball SOPHOMORE. From, I. fo r.: Judy Willmarth, Elizabeth Terronez, Mary Ashby. Second row: Janet Newsom, Jane Zimmerman, Kathy Doiley, Jean Loser, Adelle Grander. f V,ii t i v.. - u; Basketball JUNIOR. Front, I. to r.: Patsy Runnels, Elsie Price, Dianne Nunan, Rosalie Perrot, Morcelene Woods, Sharon Hicks, Joyce Hester. Second row: Nancy Kroushoar, Beverly Oxenreider, Marilyn Croswhite, Carol Hughes, Donna Hernon, Audrey Walls . SENIOR. Front, I. to r.: Pat Burns, Mourene Farmer, Barbee Gryson, Shirley Hudson, Lynn DeLotto, Dee Valence, Sylvia Long. Second row: Nancy Fukuda, Peggy Moody, Diana Beaston, Eleanor Leanos, Margaret Torres, Darlene Nottingham. Basketball JUNIOR-SENIOR. Front, I. to r.: Janet Hyer, Maudie Ort, Anita Decker, Donna Weber, Ann Halvorson, Beverly Beebe. Second row: Sylvia Quick, Sharon Hein, Judith Jiles, Gayle Rothenberger, Jodi Metcolf, Beverly Bishop, Vesta Grace. Tennis FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE. Front, I. to r.: Claudia Schiller, Jane Zimmerman, Adelle Grunder, Pat Schoonover, Carolyn Moody, Jane.- Newsom, Kathy Doiley. Second row: Lorraine Bates, Elizabeth Terronez, Jud Willmorth, Barbara Allen, Marilyn Konegoe, Linda Ives, Kay Chrisfianson. Third row: Jo Luthin, Darlene Hartman, Sharon Erickson, Shorron Connor, Nancy Mencuri. 98 ir JUNIOR-SENIOR. Left to right; Darlene Nottingham, Lynne DeLotto, Joyce Hester, Barbee Gryson, Dee Valence, Marilyn Nunan, Beverly Bishop, Janet Hyer. Swimming FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE. Front, I. to r.: Judy Lindblade, Ronnie Nelson, Carolyn Moody, Miss Barbara Decker, Melanie McEuen, Nancy LeVander, Joan Schnitger. Second row: Susan Oder, Sherry Slagle, Carol Thomas, Helen Zogorsky, Deanna Young, Joan Biel, Betsy Cook. Volleyball FRESHMAN. Front, I. to r.: Joan Schnitger, Sandra Stokke, Barbara Allen, Marilyn Kanegae. Second row: Jeanne Marsh, Sherry Slogle, Elizabeth Sackman. SOPHOMORE. Front, I. to r.: Priscilla Barker, Janet Newsom, Kothy Dailey, Carolyn Moody. Second row: Jill Menzirmer, Carolyn Head, Judy Willmarth, Karen Soest, Laura Wilderdyk, Pat Schoonover. Volleyball .■fH. p?. ' . ' JUNIOR. Front, I. to r.: Patsy Runnels, Beverly Oxenreider, Rosalie Perrot, Anita Decker. Second row: Sylvia Quick, Judith Jiles, Sharon Hein, Marilyn Croswhite. Volleyball Volleyball SENIOR. Front, I. to r.; Joy Minson, Sylvia Long, Maudie Ort, Beverly Bishop. Second row; Peggy Moody, Judy Myers, Nancy Fukuda. Jump, gal, jump! Swat that ball! 102 Volleyball ballet! Don ' t bite your tongue, Pris! 104 p : Classes Freshman OFFICERS. Front, I. to r.: Jill Elliott, president 7, Susan Reynolds, secretary 1; Sharon Enckson, yell leader I; Sandra Stokke, secretary 2. Second row: Clifford Holkestad, yell leader 2; Dick Arthur, president I; Benny Gomez, vice-president vice-president 2. nt I; Johnny Poledouris Front, I. to r.: Wayne Orr, Al Hernandez, Bill Huesing, Eddie Conner, Hal Davie, Michael Doyle, Jay Romifi. Second row: Barbara Von Ammers, Shorron Connor, Sue Ross, Barbara Gaffey, Jeoneane Leeper, Lorraine Botes, Sue Contrell, Sandra Stokke, Sylvia Moss, Joanne Baker, Gerry Wheat. Third row: Jerry Hedgecock, Jim Semon! Ron Sisel, Bob Clinton, Margery Jackson, Beverly Andrews, Pat Simmons, Edwin Reed, Mike Slogle, Joe Schwind, Eddie Parrish. Fourth row: Tom Brem, Colv.n Bornett, Allen Mitchell, Merel Sexton, Michael Wenetto, Norito Hosegawa, Carl Burton. Front, I. ro r.; Denal Ohmer, Edwin Kile, Byron Wakeham. Second row: Sharon Miller, Pat Lehnhordt, Cloreen Sosse, Lynn Myers, JoAnn Luthin, Darrelene Peacock, Myrno Notland, Corlynn Kyle, Lynoo Hunter, Joan SchniTger, Linda Monte. Third row: Dick Youngbloom, Loriy Johnson, Gory Price, Stephen Btdle, Joan Kellam, Sharon Murphy, Christine Johnson, Don Null, Norris Plemens, Jim Mitchell, Dennis Vener Fourth row: Chuck Privett. Robert Yoshioka, Richard True, Charles Norton Front, I. lO r : Foy Ow:ngs, Raymond Ruiz, Jeonnette Richards, Luno Bielmo, Jennie Pueblo, Bob Smith, Danny Martinez, Manuel Flores. Second row; Gene Peidmore, Roy Welch, Edward Castonedo, Jim Mulford, Larry Vmning. Third row: Mockio Cornel I :on. Ken Leachmon, Doyle Colli hum. Dove Channel. FionI, I. to !-- Donald Dooley, Joe Dykstro, Bob Koplanek, David Dodds, Jerry Awerts, Tom Stone. Jim McCoDe. Second lOW: Charlotte Wheat, Karen Thorpe, Barbara Remmel, Carmen Rocha, Mary Colbu ' n, Shirley Horpei, Nancy Higgins, Judy Rogge, Ardith McCoy. Third row: Richard Wilkes, Billy Kingsepp, Pauline Coursc-y, Karen Madsen, Nelda Shaffer, Norma Clayton, Linda Dance, Wilma Lopez, Wayne Smith, Frank Green, Jerry Becker Fourth row: Clifford Hen, Frank Yamasaki, John Bosile, Bill Cook Front, I. to r.: Lorena Bell, Roberta Wasserman, Beverly Reofsynder, Juanito Bighorn, Marilyn Donnerberger, Joyce Hall. Sandra Jack, Mary Anne Kittinger, Cloudme Wyles, Esther Parsons, Freda Green. Second row: David Baldwin, Wendell Wheeler, Bennie Ortiz, Rudy Correa, Mercy Cortez, Sue Brown, Dotty Nevorez, Larry Anderson, Warren Crosby, Gerald Haughey, Don Edmondson. Third row: Gary Bradley, Elwood Hein, Joe Bolondran, Tony Ashby, Keith Johnson, Bruce Baker «■ ' " - ' f ' f s- ' Mi -f i L u C!fe Front, I, to t. Beverly Jiles, Susan E ' om, Ronna Conn, Yvonne Blue, Theresu McCcv, Bobb e Barnes, Pat Williams, Ev anno Tweddell, Linda Stokes, Rose Madrid, Julie Gonzales. Second rov : Ronald Davis, Joe Rocho, Gary Van Delden, Robert King- ston, Gory Pockley, Robert Potlidge, Linda Guenzler, Lindo Clarke, Mildred DaviS, Jim O ' Hare, Jim Allen, David Goss, Doyle Dorch, Jim Gilbert, Ron Hackleman Third row Claude Risner, Raymond Peterson, Gory Gorman, John Sousa, Ted Poftison, Charles Pettit, Allen Donohue. Front, I. to r.: Al Ayalo, Veldon Wordle, Jerry Scholtka, Dave Colliem, Shirley Anderson, Anno Arriola, Claudia Schiller, Sharon Hastie, Mike Wilkins, Paul Mathew s. Second row. Doniel Nilsen, Fred Van Wallinga, Ton ' . V ilke, Glenn Hadlock, Denny Murphy, Don Workins, Sammy Ortiz. Third row: Frankie Sanchez, Jimmy Mosmun, Gary Warden, Gory Stovall. . From, I to r . Dennis Willioms, Benny Gomez, Gory Louer, Jim Sauer, Jim Mehler Second row: Beverly Hansen. Valerie Harp- ster, Linda Dodson, Greta Johnson, Beverly Whitney, Pat Gleason, Janet Barnes, Jeonette Salinas, Pot McLaughlin. Marilyn Kanegae, Carole Holritz. Third rowi Bob Duggan, Richard Chandos, Gory Komers, Bill Bradbury, Barbara Allen, Ecrlene Tay- lor, Karen Peacock, Dick Arthur, Joe Lew is, Richard Bingham, Doug Elmer. Fourth row: James McCullan, Charles Ramsborger, Lawrence Christensen, Gary Allen, John Rhodes, Woymon Elliott, Steve Clem. Front, I. to r.: Peggy dine, Sue Sparks, Joyce Potter, Faye Frentz, Judy Thompson, Lois Wishord, Susan Oder, Solly Hart- man, Sherry McCauley, Shirley Hensley. Second row: Gary Ronnenberg, Melford Harvey, Joan Dowling, Diane Norasaki, Karen Johnson, Mary Davis, Frances Fernandez, Darlene Hartman, Deanna Young. Larry Davis, Rodney Galiordi. Third row Manuel Rocho, Rex Fender, Mike Gorrios. 4 I Fronf, I. fo r,: Bill Stmgley, Ken Dean, Lloyd Shaver, Jerry Bowles, Bob Bassine, Neil Lamph, Jess Sneddon, Mike Lopero, Don Ross. Second row: Nancy Hems, Sandra Kopp, Pat Willsteod, Judy Wood, Guyla Hahn, Pot Beck, Janice Johnson, Carol Carter, Polly Ann Bevan, May Tuller, Darlene Erickson. Third row; Richard North, Ronald Perkins, Walter Ashford, Gail Mason, Fayette Anderson, Ann Recchia, Barbaro Barnett, Betty Boos, Rachel Paulk, Walter Wilson, Steve Goettmg. Joe Mc- Clellan. Fourth row: Robert Weigel, Gory Abell, John Kurnick, Jim Somers, Fred Bacerra, Joe Torres. Front, I. lO r,r Bob Hollander, Gary Nelson, William Wilder, Cliff Glanser, Terry Frederickson, Charles Wilson, John McKoy. Alex Jamison. Second row: Verlane Hodgson, Tami McGtgw, Margie Grable, Phyllis Henson, Karole Bradley, Elizabeth Fainsworth, Lois Seitzinger, Andrea Gray, Jill Elliott, La Veto Daniel. Third row: Gerold Simon, Tony Walters, Alfred Trebes, Steve Holmes, Tommy Youngbioom, Normar Ahlquist, Chester Hicks, Jerry Davis, Jerry Neighbors, Chuck Johnsor. Richard Elvidge, John Poledouris. Fourth row: Kim Low, Dennis Schuhardt, Robert DeBruyn, C ' lff Holkestad, Alvin Fonda. Front, I. to r.: Lorry Stone. Tom Deatheroge, Chester Hunt. Second row; Lowellene Wilt, Potncio Linkogle, Jean Misener. Diono Motheny, Linda Pugh, Sharon Erickson, Angle Flores, Sherry Slogle, Sue Huglin, Elizabeth Sockman, Marie Motthews. Third row: Elizabeth Reyes, Rebecca Perez, Wondo Adams, Vesto Ostrom, Manha Kinney, Jackie Reeves, Pot Burrows, Marilyn Reeves, Celia Hompton, Adelo Arebalo. Diann Miller, JoAnn Gillespie. Fourth row: Jimmy Bortolome, Stan Carlson, Gerald Maddock, Arthur Lillard. Front, I. to r.: Paul Rivera, Roger Robert, Steve Besheors, Gory Thiessen, Sill 5ho,i, Mark Gordon, Jim Page, Second row. Dorothy Walters, Phyllis Buss, Helen Gomez, Beotnce Arebalo, Noomi Cooley, Phyllis Rupert, Beatrice Dovidson, Sonjo Leip- hordt, Doris Schoon, Borboro Hollesy, Roberta MacDonald. Third row: Billy Cortez, Ernest Cole, Rosie Ponce, Koren Channel Judy Nation, Shirley Crosby. Alto Word, Joyce Grady, Thomas Buck, Joe Frilz. Jerome Nottingham, Fourth row: Fred Larson, Larry Sco-t, Leon Simmons, Richord Rodlin, Robert Wasserman. 112 Front, I. to r.; Joyce Moore, Phylirs Boldwin. Diane Robideoux, Joon Biel, Rocliel Nevorez, Zella Warner, Vclene Cnpe, Joyce McDowell, Donna Williams, Brenda Hammock, Down Miller. Second row; Morion Keith, Shirley Giumm, Loretto London, Kothy Stephenson, Peggy Pectol, La Dane Englund, Borbora Imel, Pauline Welkley, Judy Stout, Emma Martinez, Betsy Cook. Third row: Dick Fossetf, Brad Fry. Sandy Rivera, Bob Beebe. Dick Rohweder Front, I. fo r.: Kay Chnstionson, Jeanne Marsh, Nancy MocArthur, Roxy Potter, Ellen Mylar, Valerie Young, Susan Reynolds, Helen Zagorsky, Claudet McPherson, Mary Lewis, Linda Ives. Second row: Corole Kuhar, Morie Foss, Marcio Rosser, Nancy Mencuri, Jeo.i Oowdv. Debbie Chose, Joyce Caldwell, Joanna Homel, Judy Guelker, Esther Figueroa, Jean Coley. Third row; David Cole, Bob Killion, Johnny Dobson, Ted Just, Kenneth Hannum, Robert Owen, Burke Neff, James Coleman 113 Up a tree! Lunch time relaxing. An apple for the teacher? Sophomore OFFICERS. Front, I. to r.. Lynn Schiveley, president 1; Dick Wotkins, yell leader 2; Bob Ballew, yell leader 1; Wolly Mitchell, president 2. Second row: Jill Menzimer, secre- iary 2; Barbara Jones, secretary 1; Carolyn Moody, treasurer 1, vice-president 2; Pris Borker, treasurer 2. Front, I. to r.: Ruth Rider, Ethel Russell, Sharon Huntley, Betty Anne Cole, Carolyn Lovell, Joan Murphy, Kathy Park, Anita Waggoner, Denise Pamson, Sharon Stone, Nancy Aoyamo. Second row: Pat Robinson, Winnie Daggett, Barboro Gottschalk, Noncie Pressnoll, Valerie Dance, Lynne Garlow, Eldifo Visser, Laura Wildsrdyk, Nancy Ferguson. Third row: Billy Niblack, Michael Leonos, Lorry O Mohundro, Karen Soest, Eleanor Lockwood, Donna Aretz, June Matson, Judie Fulton, Billie Book, Sharon Massey. Fourth row: Bill Manning, Gene Albrecht, Tyrone Froemke, Gory Gregson, Robert Moore, Jim Hicks. Front, I- ro r : Bob Nix, Ronald Barber, Richard Guiterrez, Steven Perez, Rudy Corona, Tommy Coriuelos. Second row: Low rence Bloehold r, Lorry Chrislianson, Tnnidod Torres, Dolton Rogers, Richard Ponce. Third rowr James Witr, Denny Greer, Roger GoMigon, Gory Frozier. From, I. to r.: Chorleen Foler, Anno Hilt, Virginia Beouchomp, Sylvia Allen, Pot Schoonover, Jonef Newson, Joy Jewell. Genoa Pyle, Shirley Davis, Roberta Hostie, Cora Sue Soule. Second row: Ronald Downs, Terry West, Lupe Gomez. Judy Gra- ham, Lorna Chodwick, Sharon Olinger, June Stingley, Roger Dumm, Lorry Wedmore Third --ow: Paul Cox, Lynn Kinsman, Jimmy Yoshido. Paul Barry, William Hill. Felix Almozon, Leroy Norosaki From, I. to r : Jim Sommons. Jack Gordon. Don Frankl.n, Oscjr Mart.nez. Second row M;i,y Gedney, Pot Anderson, Pot Lone, Joyce Jennings, Delores Que|a, Connie Coldwell, Judi Lundblode, Genie Bornes, Ginny Sullivan. Third row: Delmer Farmer, Lynn Hunt, Goyle Addison, Karen Morse, Lynn Price, Mary Ann Pickering, Naomi Shinoda, Kathy Dailey, Pouline Steele, Ruby Pittser, Margie Hale, Ronnie Cloe, Kenny Bornes. Fourth row: Nodine Barrego, Ahce Bollesteros. Anita Ford. Sharon Madsen Borbara Minnix, Carolyn Lawrence, Carol Bowmon Front, I to r, Lester Bornett, Roy Gregory. Darrel Rogers, Jack Pottison, Laiiy Harrii, Ray DeWitt, Robert Waffle, Dennis Miller. Second row: Thomos Clark, Everett McVicker, Gory Adkinson, Jerry Hash, Carl Johnson, Bud Osborne, Roger Galli- gon, Jock Schmift, Sammy Thomas. Third row Vance Abroms, John Allard, Billy Gorcio, Joe Takahashi, Bill Yoshioka N,1 ii ' if Front, I, to f,: Robert Gamboni, Bill Shellenbarger, AAike Estep, Second row: Elizabeth Terronez, Sonne Matheny, Treva Burke, Shirley Lovell. Nancy Espe|0, Geraldine Baker, Caroline Osborn, Pat Hokanson, Carole Truesdale. Third tow: Shorill Cozier, Jill Menzimer. Lynetfe Eulberg, Judy Wachtel, Peggy Horned, Ann Carlelon, Barboia Jones, Donna Wadsworth, Zoe Ashford, Carolyn Moody, Kothy McMorris, Shirley Reese, Carole James, Fourth tow: Lorry Mugar, John Bennett, Dwayne Higgm- botham, Roy Davenport, Dole Crippen, Alan Loundagin. Front, 1. to r.: Wallace Wo smack, Kenneth Arnold, Murray Wells, Donald Campbell. Second row: Donna Jackson, Mildred Taylor, Marilyn Wait, Donna Mann, Glendo Thompson, Ruth Hernandez, Mary Correa, Blende Bersson. Third row: Jackie Cromond, Betty Gulley, Carolyn Head, Paulo Kellogg, Carolyn Bon ield, Pomona RouM, Carol Grady, Nancy Wagner, Shir ley Riley, Pat Word, Jame-j Mobley. Fourth row: Frank Galiordi, Gerald Brady, Larry Conlon, Horry Pulson. Donald L Allier, Dorrell Whipple, Jim Kotsudo, • • ' k From. I. lo r.: Kathryn Focrano, Carol Meyer, Yvonne Dufield, Lynns Hodson, Corol Goden, Beily Dischner, Jackie Ward, Jean Thorpe, Sh.rley SiorUey. Second row: Poul Quick, Carl Wilson, Tony DeNopoM, Willorcl Berry, Terry Tucker, Roger Reid, Harry Lewellyn, Jomes Wemheimer. Jock Messner, Del Mahoney, John Irvine, Paul Hobson. Third row: Robert Shonnon. Roberl Harmor, Wally Mitchell, Larry Hart, Joe Winkler, Jerry Walker Front, I. to r.: Kenilh Dagger, Charles Vernoy, Dennis Rogers, Richard Notheisen, C. B. Pearson, Roy Kakudo. Second row Irene Boiandron, Janice Chounard, Donna Howard, Eva Arroyo, Jerito Fisher, Faith Rosenson, Hope Guillen, Mary Cone, Marilyn Boos. Third row: Mory tou Amanllos, Sofie Loyo, Nancy LeVander, Inez Sullivan, Evie Sharp, Glennis DeMoss, Sally Flory, Margie Thomas, Sue Vicory Fourth row: Dick Watkms, Early Boydstun, Johnny Juniel, Bill Homesley, Charles Doyle, Don McCollo, Earl Northcutt. 120 Front, I. to r. : Buddy Chadweli, Marilyn Hauer, Go ye Fuller, Allme Malhias, Mary Ashby, Mary Lou Santo Cruz, Joan Piper, Donna Oswalt, Mane Tanner, Carolyn Flauer, David W inning. Second row: Adelle Grunder, Pnscilla Barker, Sally Sharpness, Irene Kennedy, Judy Willmarth, Holly Mortensen, Mary Anna Hightower, Lynne Cooper, Kathy Btsch, Barbara Baker, Molly Grafton, Mary Gillmann. Third row: Gerald Fairchild, Gary Duncan, David Savage, Dennis Hasty, Doug Lowe, James Casterline. Front, I. ' o r.i Ken Smith, Bill Watson, Marlow Clark, Darrell Manderscheid, Dan McColla, Gary Davis, Don Chrjstensen, Harold Bowles, Charles Hurley, Terry Mitchell, Second row: Stephanie Lamb, Mary Jean Stueve, Helen Konwaler, Gail Petra- sek, Charlotte Stevens, Heather Goble, Barbara Rimes, Chorlene Page. Third row: John Raddatz, Steven Keiner, Dovid Berto, Ernest Nagamotsu, Diane Crockett, Marion Truesdale, Norene Horner, Lanny Allen, Robert Grous, David Dowling, Lynn Schiveley, Lynn Cobb, Bob Bollew. Fourth row: Allen Robinson, Dorryl Rubin, Mike Young, Peter UlyaU, Frank Chester, David Redfeorn 121 ' A . . Front, I. TO r.: Dennis Jon Williams, Marshall Kemper, Dave Wolven, Richard Frazjer, Dole Simpson, Frank Lompos, Edgar Guest. Second row: Larry Fellows, Mary Lou Mocias, Pom Anton, Hilorio Torres, Donna Booher, Kathy Jenkins, Jean Loser, Dianne Allan, Bennie Barker, Nancy Kitay, Eddie Brewer. Third row: Dean Hudson, Mickey McDonald, Emma Lou Scovel, Carol Price, Jane Zim- mermon, Charlotte Carlson, Beverly Burke, Nancy Eastman, Elanore Jackson, Bert Thiessen. Dale Berry. Fourth row: Don Cadiz, Mike Congi, Dan Gronodos, Max Pickering, Ceosor Beltron, Jock Breeding. UlMtV f jalr Keeping the campus clean! C If ol first you don t succeed 122 Look out below! Wow! Is he real? 123 Juniors OFFICERS. Front, I. to r.: Morcelene Wood, secretary 1; Pat Shea, secretary 7. SeconcJ row: Howard Reafsnyder, vice-president 2; Eddie Rice, .oresidenf 1: Keith Montee, yell leader 2; Eddie Lomb, vice-president 1; Jimmy Dunivin, president 2. Front, I. to r.-. Donna Swetland, Rosalie Perrot, Mavorene Clark, Mary Mulkey, Ann Glumm, Dianne Loundagin. Second row: Reginald Reyes, Bill Sarros, Dick Harper, Admirl Brawley, Virgil Lockwood, Duane Whipple. Third row: Bill Gollogly, Kenny Nixon, Don Murphy. Front, I, ro r.: Ellen Kanegoe, Evelyn Nogamotsu, Joyce Atchison, Sylvia Quick, Mar|orie Teogue, Kay Saunders, Linda Cul- ver, Loretta Moore. Dee Valence. Second rovi : Gilrene Wilson, Donna Cavanaugh, Donna McKee, Alice Clark, Sharon Hein, Linda Givan, Morinell Scoles, Borbaro King, Zoe Renfro. Third rov ' : Shirley Warren, Jeanni Enomoto, Patsy Runnels, Sue Davidson, Dtano Keon Front, I. to r.: Richard Mezydio, Bob Tyhurst, Ken Ozaki, Weldon Boydstun, Larry Murray, Carl Lindstrom, Robbie Rhodes, Paul Magdaleno. Second row: Bob Rcdine, Evelyn Tittle, Jean Cochran, Eleanor Sharpe, Beverly Trout, Jill Aber, Terry Hans- com, Nancy Kraushaor, Shirley Colburn, Carol Hughes, Bill Whedbee. Third fow: Phil Slater, Conrad Smith, Monte Weaver. Bob Lindsey, Kellh Montee, Judith Jiles, Carolyn Beatty, Jock Flanogan, Dick Crossley, Bob Cooper, Ralph Cooley, Ken Gary Fourth row: Frank Dykstra, Ron Chandos, Wayne Waiter, Eddie Rice, Dave Ritch, Jerry Sullens, Quinton Lane. 125 Front, I. to r.: Ronaid Schouweiler, Larkin Minor, Clinton Lillord, Eldon Messeroll, Tony Borrego, Christy Scovel. Second row: Dianne Nunon, Ruth Harvey, Melonie Gruber, Donna Hembree, Bobby Davis, Dion Biel, Anne Boylan, Mcrlene Knauss. Third row: Rodger Whistler, Tony Wollick, Ted Madison, Dole Coats, Richard Smith, Ron Linfesty, Burnet Wendland, Jim Foss. Doug Dobson. Fourth row: Bob Souer, Bob Fuller, Richard Heoton, Ron Goden. Eddie Banuelos. Anqel Garcia Front, I. to r.: Charles Baccus, Bob Wolsmgham, Phillip Cadwallader. Second row: Howord Cornell, Marilyn Croswhite, Anita Decker, Elsie Price, Stephanie Adams, Pat Hammel. Gayle Rothenberger, Jeanette Soucie, Janet Hyer, Betty Schmidt Don Lmfesfy. Third row: Ron Addison, George Allen, Herb Perry, Stefan Cummings, John Mittrick, Janyce Leeper, John Hunning, Walter Dungon, Bill Vaughn, Karl Lanier, Jim Dumvin. Fourth row: Dick Yoder, Lee Hendnck, Bill Dunbar, Ren Word, Jim Moore Front, I. to r.: Waller Pierson, Max Witt, Dale Stoval, Ken Roberts, Henry Thies. Second row: Loretta Munion, Margaret Bal- andron, Diane Ryder, Carol Schoeder, Kay Phillips, Pat Bostelman, Maxine Heintz, Beverly Bomar, Joyce Hester. Third row; Ronald Calliham, Frances McCabe, Judie Willey, Betty Sheets, Beverly Wendel, Sylvia Bell, Jen Anderson, Barbara Teer, JoDee Wilber, Janice Rose, Dick Moore. Fourth rov : Dick Montague, Don Gilchrist, Pete Altamirono, Malcolm Slogle, Wayne Lopero, Gerald Hart, Lee Powers ' - ?te : ' Front, I. to r.; Mary Lou Olaiz, Viola Duron, Lupe Serrano, Annie Luna, Roxonne El sea, Claire Wosserman, Naomi Cowan, Lucille Matthews. Second row: Lorry Johnson, Carl Meyer, Russell Foster, Ivan Self. Third row: Darwm Brees, Steve Hopsic, Paul Robles, Glen Maguire, Dove Smith, Gilbert Rivera, Mike Davis. 127 Fronr. I. to r.: Peggy Wade, Penny Bodenichot, Barbara Holmgren, Suzanne Twombly, Marcelene Woods, Joy Inman, Carole Mix, Rosie Beltron, Kathy Hotchkiss. Second row: Paul Wossermon, Jim Eorel, Virginia Hunt, Donna Berry, Carolyn Banks, Pa Wagner, Jackie Movius, Betty Jones, Marilyn Niehous, Janet Dumon, Audrey Walls, Phillip Gohres. Third row; Barbara Reosonover, Donna Neff, Julie Perez. Emily Sianez, Noncy Brooks, Pat Wood, Shirley McAlexonder, John Horl. Front, I. to r.; Howard Reafsnyder, Ed Wheeler, Eddie Lamb, Don Woodson, Wesley Shaffer. Second row: Beverly Beebe. Sharon Hicks, Karlene Foster, Bobbie Greek, Pat Shea, Ruth Buck, Janet Corothers, Sue Sexton, Vesta Grace. Third row: Fred Gillmann, Sam Harrison, Beverly Oxenreider, Donna Hernon, Diane Kenner, Jackie Commons, Karen Kettering, Nancy Jef- fries, Carol Wiersig, Chorlene Bronson, Jim Collaghan. Reggie Aftix. Fourth row: Don Frederickson, Don Hosmun, Robert Agonio, Harry Whitney, James Bringle. Business is picking up. Down, boys, down! Better count those calories! Class of . . . . . . 1955 Linda Thomas Bob Chandos Most Worthy Argonauts of 1955 CANDIDATES for the Most Worthy Argonauts represent the top students in the Senior Class as judged by their four-year high school records. Front, I. to r.: Linda Thomas, Nancy Larmer, Bonnie Lindstrom, Marvin Powell, Second row; Bob Chandos, Jack Hart, David Hood. First Semester Senior Officers Second Semester KEN WOOD President RON CALLIHAM President PRISCILLA JONES Vice-President SHARON WORCESTER Vice-President JUDI WEIR Secretary CAROLE LARSEN Secretary ktWJir KAREN SAVAGE Treasurer (Both semesters) BOB SiSCO Yell Leader SAM PEDEN Yell Leader WOODIE MAYBERRY Sergeant-at-Arms Bob Chandos Science Bonnie Lindstrom English Linda Thomas Business Barbara Dykstra Art Bank of America Winners of the Bonk of America awards for distinctive achievement in special fields received certifi- cates for their endeavors. Four of the ten — Bob Chandos, Bonnie Lindstrom, Linda Thomas, and Bar- bara Dykstra — received gold cups and a chance for a cash prize. David Hood Mathematics Nancy Fukudo Foreign Language Award Winners Marilyn Franklin Home Economics Ronnie Urv ick Music Nancy Larmer Social Science James Scott Agriculture Our . Brains Rilda Phelps Personality 134 Sharon Worcester Jack Hart . . . Best Looks Carole Larsen Spirit Sam Peden Lynne DeLotto 135 % MARILYN ADAMS MERLYN ADAMS CONNIE ALBRIGHT JIM AMTHOR IVAN AMY MARION ANDERSON SUSAN AOYAMA LORI ARTHUR GAYLE MOBLEY AVERILL RALPH BACERRA JAMES BAKER RONALD BALLARD 136 DON BANFIELD DAVID BARRY JEAN BEARBOWER DIANA BEASTON ROSALIE BERMUDEZ KAREN BERTO ■ -. SARAH BIELMA BEVERLY BISHOP PRESTON BLAIN k V I ANITA BLENDER ARTHUR BLISS PATRICIA BRATTAIN 137 MIKE BRIGANDI RICHARD BRINGLE PAUL BRODEN PATRICIA BURNS JAMES BUSH EDWARD CALLISON ROBERT CHANDOS GARY CLAY BOB COOK JERRY DE LAND LYNNE DeLOTTO RUTH DIVIS r V ■ x ■ CHUCK DONOHUE GEORGE DOWLING BUD DREW NANCY-ANN DUFIELD CAROL DUNBAR CLINTON DUNBAR ifflK ' i77,:?T0 DEL DUNN BARBARA DYKSTRA MAURENE FARMER ■I : THYRA FARMER JOHNNY FIGUEROA RAY FISHER J Mi { ' k CAROL FLETCHER WAYNE FORD GERALD FOSTER I n MARILYN FRANKLIN KAY FREEDMAN MICKEY PREY ■© NANCY FUKUDA MARLENE GIBSON JOAN GOFF i .■ 140 BERTHA GOMEZ FRANK GOSS GAYL GRADY m GARY GREER ROBERT GRESHAM DERWOOD GROOM " terry gruwell ::arbee gryson GARY GUELKER HEATHER HAGAN ANN HALVORSON MALCOLM HAMPTON f M JACK HART BLAINE HEMBREE JIM HENDERSON 141 JOSEPHfNE HERNANDEZ DAVID HOLMES DAVID HOOD iP . JAMES HOPPE MARJORIE HOPPE SHIRLEY HUDSON EARL JARRETT JO-NELL JENKINS JOANNE JENNINGS JIM JILES DAVE JOHNSON JOHN JOHNSON 4i y| ALICE JOHNSTONE PRISCILLA JONES JOHN KINSMAN CAROLE KREMER SANDRA LaPRAIRIE NANCY LARMER CAROLE LARSEN TUTI LARSON MADELINE LAW ELEANOR LEANOS HOWARD LEWIS RICHARD LIMAS BONNIE LINDSTROM MARGARET LLOYD CAROLE LONG SYLVIA LONG PAT LOPERA ROBERT LOVE JERI LUMSDEN SHIRLEY LUNDBLADE MARSHA MADDOCK ALEX MADRID EDNA MARTIN LILLIAN MARTINEZ 144 RICHARD MATSUMOTO MILO MAXWELL WOODIE MAYBERRY MARGIE McCRAY DICK McDowell JAMES McPHERSON JODI METCALF PAT MILLER BARBARA MINARDI JOY MINSON NOLA MINTON FRANCES MOGI 145 PEGGY MOODY ALAN MOORE DICK MOTOYAMA GERALDINE MULFORD GEORGE MURAI KORT NEALES ' -P l te DON NEAR LAWRENCE NEFF MARILYN NISHIOKA JUDIE NOBLE DARLENE NOTTINGHAM MARILYN NUNAN _lj RALPH OCHOA MAUDIE ORT SAM PEDEN ANNETTE PETERS RILDA PHELPS HEINZ PHILLIPS BARBARA PINGSTON JAMES PITTSER MARVIN POWELL DELMAR PRICE SONI MAE RABY BARBARA REED I ' . y I I k I . ., RODNEY RICE RON RICHARDS GERALDINE RILEY FRANKIE SANCHEZ KAREN SAVAGE BARBARA SCHAR TOM SCHLICE CAROLYN SCHMIDT PAT SCHMIDT JAMES SCOTT NANCY SHARP KAREN SHODEN 148 4 ' i ' C MIKE SIANEZ SHARON SILCOTT GILES SIMPSON •-, i i ROBERT SISCO BOB STECHMAN FRANCES STEELE WILLIAM STEELE RICHARD STRATTON ELAINE THIBAULT LINDA THOMAS PATRICIA THOMAS MARGARET TORRES 149 SUE TRACY RONNIE URWICK OLIVER VALENCIA I r ii BOB WATKINS OTIS WATSON BILLY WEBB DONNA WEBER JUDI WEIR PEGGY WHEDBEE f; " Kii h DON WHITE BARBARA WILLIAMS AL WILLIAMSON KENNETH WOOD SHARON WORCESTER RONALD WORRELL PHIL WORTMAN DIANA WRIGHT GLORIA WRIGHT NANCY CHEW MARY DODDS GARY JILES LARRY LAMPH FRANK MARTINEZ FRED MORRISON i JUDIE MYERS MICKEY PARI DOLORES TYSON Lunchtime rendezvous CAMERA SHY Albert Bonnet Mike Maddox Gary Brees Oldon Mitchell Ronald Brees Ronald Phipps Ronald Callihom David Reilley Carol Chorpenning Gerald Rice Jack Cline Louis Scerbo Alta Hensley Ronald Steres Jerry Hudson Jonelie VanArk Jimmy Yoshida Trapped! Serious business? - 1 ' -T- - r Adams, Marilyn 31, 136 Operetta 2; Mixed Chorus 3; Jot- ters ' Club 4. Adams, Merlyn 31, 136 Tri-Hi-Y 1; Chorus 2; Operetta 2; G.A.A. 3; Jotters ' Club 4. Albright, Connie 136 Amthor, Jim 76, 136 Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 2; Baseball 2; Hi-Y 1, 2; Bible Club 1, 2; Scrub Day 1, 2. Amy, Ivan 136 Gymnastics 4. Anderson, Marion 136 F.F.A. 3, 4, F.F.A. officer 4. Aoyama, Susan 31, 136 Library Science 3; Jotters ' Club 4. Arthur, Lori 21, 26, 40, 136 Girls ' League Vice-President 4; Ar- gonaut Ad Editor 3; Argonaut Edi- tor 4; Commission 4; Girls ' League Fashion Show Moderator 3, Model 4; Service Awards Banquet 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. Banquet 2-4; Swimming 4; G.A.A. 1 -4; Jotters ' Club 4; Color Day 3; Ditch Day Activities 3; Scrub Day 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. Averill, Gayle Mobley 136 G.A.A. 1-3; Drill Team 2; Chorus 3. Bacerra, Ralph 136 Football 1; Tennis 1; Hi-Y 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2 (Secretary 2); Scrub Day 1, 2. Baker, Truman 48, 136, 192 Transferred from Shafter, Califor- nia, in senior year; Tennis 4. Ballard, Ron 96, 136 Transferred from Baldwin Park in senior year; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Football 4. Banfield, Don 137 Football 1, 2; Track 1; Science Club 1, 2. Barfield, Nola Minton 145 Tri-Hi-Y 1; Drill Team 1; Senior Ditch Day Activities 3. Barry, David 86, 137 Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2: Track 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Weight Lifting Club 4; Cross Coun- try Track 3, 4; Scrub Day 2. Bearbower, Jean 21,24,25 36, 137. Golden Fleece 4; Scholarship 3, 4; Commission 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Library Science 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Chorus 1; Scrub Day 1; Ditch -Day Program 3. Beaston, Diana 97, 137 156 Senior Index Transferred from Corona in senior year. Argolog Staff 4 (Circulation Editor 4, Girls ' Sports Editor 4); Pep Club Senior Representative 4; G.A.A. 4. Bermudcz, Rosalie 24, 31, 137 Scholarship Club 2-4; Jotters ' Club Recording Secretary 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4. Berto, Karen 137 Red Cross 1-3; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Operetta 1; Drill Team 2, 3; Drama Club 3. Bielma, Sarah 137 World Friendship Club 2, 3. Bishop, Beverly 31, 98, 99 101, 137. Transferred from Bellflower High 4; Jotters ' Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Swim- ming Team 4. Blain, Preston 137 Blender, Anita 26, 137 Class Treasurer 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Com- missioner 2; Council Representative 3; Girls ' League Board 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Voice Class 1, 2; Scrub Day 1, 2; Color Day 3; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 4. Bliss, Arthur 137 Brattain, Pat 137 Girls ' Glee Club 1; World Friend- ship 2. Brigandi, Michael 33, 76, 88, 138 Football 2-4; Track 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 2, 3; English Club 4; Photo Club 2, 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Hi-Y 1-3; Bible Club 3; Scrub Day 1, 2; Color Day 3, 4. Bringle, Richard 138 Broden, Paul 28, 50, 138 Science Club 2-4 (Vice President 4); Stamp Club 2; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Band 1 -4. Burns, Patricia 95, 97, 138 Sophomore Representative - Girls ' League 2; Girls ' League Board Member 3; G.A.A. 1-4 (Softball Manager 2, Basketball Manager 4, Secretary 3); Council Representative 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; Red Cross Repre- sentative 3; Outstanding Athlete 3: Pie Eating Contest 3. Bush, Jim 138 Color Day 3. Calliham, Ronald 64, 80, 132 Football 1-4 ; Basketball 1-4; Base- ball 1, 2, 4; Class Presiaent 1, 4; Council 1; Commission 1, 2; Class Play Prompter 3; Class Play An- nouncer 4; Hi-Y 1, 2; Pie Eating Contest 1, 2, 4. Cailison, Edward 138 Chandos, Robert 18, 20, 24, 25 28, 50, 131, 133, 134, 138. Business Manager 4; Scholarship Club 3, 4; Golden Fleece 4; Radio Club 3, 4 (President 4); Key Club 3, 4; Council 3, 4; Commission 4; Band 3, 4. Chew, Nancy 20, 26, 61, 152 Council 4; Girls ' League Publicity Chairman 4; Art Club 4. Clay, Gary 138 Bowling Club 1, 2; Scrub Day 1. Cook, Bob 138 F.F.A. 3. De Land, Jerry 68, 138 Varsity Football 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; " B " Basketball 1. DeLotto, Lynne 33, 34, 54, 95, 97, 99, 135, 138. Transferred from Eugene, Oregon, 4; G.A.A. 4; Swimming Manager 4; Drama Club 4; Red Cros s Publicity Chairman 4; Pep Club President 4. Divis, Ruth 138 Dodds, Mary 152 Transferred from St. Albans, Ver- mont, 4. Donohue, Chuck 30, 48, 49, 68, 71, 139. Varsity Football 1-4; Boys ' Glee Club President 4; Commission 4. Dowling, George 21, 30, 37, 69, 71, 73, 87, 90, 139. Class Play 3; Football 2-4; Track 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Board of Control 4; Key Club 3, 4; Science Club 2; Lettermen ' s Club 2, 4. Drew, Bud 139 Dufield, Nancy-Ann 139 Dunbar, Carol 139 G.A.A. 1 -4; Ditch Day Activities 3; Scrub Day 1, 2; Dunbar, Clinton 139 Dunn, Delbert 139 " B " Football 2; Class Vice-Presi- dent 2; Class Yell Leader 3. Dykstra, Barbara 33, 36, 40, 47, 133, 139. Associate Art Editor of Argonaut 4; Golden Fleece 4; Class Play 4; Art Club 1-3; Drill Team 2, 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Library 2, 3; Service Art 4; Ditch Day Program 3; Bible Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; I Senior Index Farmer, Maurene 21 , 94, 1 39 G.A.A. 1 -4 (President 4, Vice-Presi- dent 3, Treasurer 2); Class Play 3; Flag Twirler 3; Golden Fleece 3, 4; Commission 3, 4; Homecoming Queen Candidate 1; Council 1; Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2; Homemaking Club 1 ; Girl-of-the-Month 3; Student Body President Candidate 3; Drill Team 2; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 3, 4. Farmer, Thyra 1 39 Transferred from Dinuba Joint Union High, Calif.; Girls ' League Dress Representative 4. Figueroa, Johnny 37, 68, 71, 87, 139. Football 1-4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1 -4; Baseball 2, 4; Lettermen ' s Club 3, 4; Commission 4; Spanish Club 4; Operetta 3. Fisher, Ray 139 Football 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; F.F.A. 1-3. Fletcher, Carol 140 Ford, Wayne 140 Boys ' Glee Club 3, 4; Scrub Day 1, 2. Foster, Gerald 86, 87, 140 Basketball 1-3; Track 1-4; Hi-Y 1, 2; Cross Country 4; Scrub Day 2. Franklin, Marilyn 133, 140 Homemaking Club 1-4 (Secretary 3, 4); G.A.A. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Home- making Fashion Show 3; Art Club 2. Freedman, Kay 140 Transferred in junior year from Wilson; Jotters ' Club 4. Frey, Mickey 140 Transferred from Portland, Oregon, 4. Fukuda, Nancy 21, 37, 97, 101, 133, 140. Scholarship 1-4; Commission 4; Homemaking Club 1; Jr. Red Cross 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; G.A.A. 3, 4; Span- ish Club 4; Color Day 4; Argolog 4; Student Council Representative 4; Pep Club 4. Goff, Joan 33, 40, 48, 140 Drama Club 1 -4; Arqoloq Staff 4; Argonaut Staff 4; Pep Club 4; Science Club 3, 4; Librarian 4; World Friendship 2; G.A.A. 1; Ditch Day Activities 3. Gomez, Bertha 20, 140 World Friendship Club 2. Goss, Frank 140 Grady, Gayl 31, 140 Transferred from Santa Ana 4; Jot- ters ' Club 4. Greer, Gary 20, 21, 80, 90, 141 Transferred from Long Beach 4; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Commisison 4; Council 4; Letter- men ' s Club 3, 4. Gresham, Bob 30, 87, 141 Key Club 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3; Basketball 1; Radio Club 2; Hi-Y 3; Football 1, 3. Groom Derwood 141 Gruwell, Terry 87, 141 Track, 4; Baseball 4; Football 1; Scrub Day 2; Stamp Club 2; Radio Club 2; English Club 4, Treasurer, 4. Gryson, Barbee 24, 25, 30, 33, 34, 37, 40, 46, 47, 52, 54, 97, 99, 141 Golden Fleece Secretary 4; Girls ' League Representative 4; Scholar- ship Program Chairman 4; Flag Twirler 4; Drama Club President 4; Class Play 4; Spanish Club Presi- dent 4; Pep Club Vice-President 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 (Treasurer 2); Art Club 4; Argonaut Staff 3, 4 (Assistant Ad Editor 3); G.A.A. 1-4; Drill Team 1, 2; Scrub Day 2; Ditch Day Program 3; Awards Banquet 4; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 3, 4; Color Day 3. Guelker, Gary 141 Hagan, Heather 141 Halvorson, Ann 141 Transferred from Westchester High 4; Mixed Chorus 4; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Class Play 4; Bible Club 4. Hampton, Malcolm 141 Hart, Jack 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 30, 37, 68, 70, 72, 74, 80, 90, 131, 134, 141 Student Body President 4; Key Club President 3, 4; Lettermen ' s Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); Class President 1-3; Football 1-4 (Co-captain 4); Football Argonaut of Year 4; Argonaut of Week 4; Student Body Yell Leader 2; Basket- ball 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Baseball 1-4; Hi-Y 1-3 (President 2); Schol- arship 2; Golden Fleece 3; King of Co-Ed Candidate 4; Glee Club 2; Council 2, 3; Commission 2, 3; Band 1. Hembree, Blaine 141 Transferred from Watsonville 4. Henderson, Jim 141 Hernandez, Josephine 142 G.A.A. 1, 2; Bible Club 2. Holmes, David 25, 28, 92, 142 Golden Fleece 4; Scholarship 2, 3; Tennis 3, 4; Radio Club 2-4; Stamp Club 1-3; Scrub Day 1, 2. Hood, David 37, 131, 133, 142 Baseball 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Class Play 3; Council Representative 4; Cross Country 3; Letterman ' s Club 4. Hoppe, James 142 F.F.A. 1-4. Hoppe, Marjorie 142 World Friendship Club 1, 2. Hudson, Shirley 21, 25, 52, 56, 94, 97, 142 Homecoming Queen 4; G.A.A. 2-4 (Historian 3, Vice - president 4); Golden Fleece 3, 4; Majorette 1, 3, 4; Commissioner 3, 4; Class Sec- retary 1; Council 3; February Girl- of-the-Month 4; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 3, 4. Jarretf, Earl 142 Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. Jenkins, Jo-Nell 142 Red Cross 2, Drama Club 3, 4; Op- eretta 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Christmas Play 3. Jennings, Joanne 142 Jiles, Gary 152 Jiles, Jim 20, 142 Council 1, 4; Football 1, 2; Tennis 2; Basketball Manager 2; Rod and Reel Club 1; Basketball 1; Scrub Day 1; Color Day 3; Lettermen ' s Club 2. Johnson, Dave 142 Johnson, John 142 Johnstone, Alice 46, 47, 143 Tri-Hi-Y 1; G.A.A. 1-3. Jones, Priscilla 26, 40, 58, 103, 132, 143 Girls ' League Secretary 4; Class Vice-President 4; Golden Fleece 4; Scholarship 4; Student Body Assist- ant Publicity Manager 4; Farmers ' Ball Queen 4; G.A.A. 4; Junior- Senior Banquet Decoration 3; CASC Convention 4; Girls ' League Con- vention Recorder 4; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 4. Kinsman, John 143 Science Club 1, 2; F.F.A. 1-3; Foot- ball 2-4; Scrub Day 2; Band 1, 2; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Commis- sion4. ,57 Kremer, Carole 30, 143 Transferred from Paramount, Calif., 4; Art Club 4; English Club 4. Lamph, Larry 152 La Prairie, Sandra 143 Transferred from Detroit, Mich., 3. Larmer, Nancy 24, 36, 37, 38,40, 131, 133, 143 Scholarship 1-4 (Secretary-Treas- urer 2); Commission 3; G.A.A. 2-4 (Basketball Manager 3); Homemak- ing Club 1; Spanish Club 4; Pep Club 4, Publicity Chairman; Argo- naut Assistant Copy Editor 4; Color Day 3; Chosen outstanding Sopho- more in G.A.A. 2; Argolog Staff 4. Larsen, Carole 31, 53, 132 135, 143. Song Leader 4; Voted prettiest girl in school 4; Student Council 3; Drill Team 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Homemaking Club 1, 2; Jotters ' Club Secretary 4; Chorus 1; Girls ' League Dress Rep- resentative 3; September Girl-of- the-Month 4. Larson, Tuti 49, 143 Transferred from Long Beach 3; Mixed Chorus Vice-President, Sec- retary 4. Law, Madelin 143 Leanos, Eleanor 31, 97, 143 Scholarship 2; G.A.A. 2, 4; Home- making Club 3; Jotters ' Club 4; Homemaking Fashion Show 3; World Friendship Club 2; Chorus 7. Lewis, Howard 33 46 47 86, 87, 143. Transferred from San Francisco, Calif., 4; Cross Country 4; Class Play 4; Varsity Track 4; Drama Class Assembly 4; Drama Club 4. Limas, Richard I43 Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 1; Baseball 1; Hi-Y 1; Scrub Day 1 , ' Color Day 4. Lindstrom, Bonnie 24, 25 33 34, 40, 46, A7, 131, 133, ' 144 ' Golden Fleece Assistant Secretary 4; Scholarship 1 -4 (Secretary-Treas- urer 4); Drama Club 2-4 (Treasurer 3, 4); Class Play A- Argonaut Copy Editor 4; Scholarship-Golden Fleece Assembly 4; Jr. Red Cross 4- Pep Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; Chorus 1; Spring Concert 1; Argo Swing Jinx 1; Scrub Day 1; English Club Sec- retary-Treasurer 4; Christmas As- sembly 4. Senior Index Lloyd, Margaret 144 Transferred from Long Beach 4; Bible Club 4. Long, Carole 144 G.A.A. 4; Drama Club 4. Long, Sylvia 97, 101, 144 Jotters ' Club 4; Homemaking Club 2, 3 (Treasurer 3); G.A.A. 1 -4; Girls ' Chorus 1; Operetta 1. Lopera, Pat 144 G.A.A. 1-3; Homemaking Club 1, 2. Love, Robert 144 F.F.A. 1, 2; Tennis 1; Football 1, 2; Scrub Day 1, 2. Lumsden, Jeri 21, 24, 25, 26, 53, 144 Song Leader 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Commission 4; Girls ' League Fash- ion Show 2-4; Class Play 3; Girls ' League 3, 4 (Entertainment Chair- man 3, Treasurer 4); Golden Fleece 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Vice-President 4); Scrub Day 1, 2; Color Day 3; Schol- arship Vice-President 2; Council 2; G.A.A, 1. Lundblade, Shirley 144 G.A.A. 1, 2; Class Play 3; Scrub Day 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; Color Day 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Homemaking Club 1, 2; Jotters ' Club 4. Maddock, Marsha 144 G.A.A. 2; Scrub Day 2; Operetta 2; Musical Concert 3. Madrid, Alex 144 Martin, Edna 144 Homemaking Club 2, 3 (Vice-Pres- ident 3); World Friendship 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Jotters ' Club 4. Martinez, Frank 152 Hi-Y 1, 2; Red Cross 1, 2; Publicity Chairman 2; Science Club Historian 1, 2; Scholarship 1-4; " C " Basket- ball 1; " C " Football 1; " C " Track 1; Student Council 1, 3; " B " Bas- ketball 2; " B " Track 2; Varsity Football Manager 2; Bible Club 2; Photo , Club Sergeant-at-Arms 2; Founded OrCoHi 3; OrCoHi Presi- dent 3; Argolog Sports Editor 3; Argonaut Staff 3, 4 (Business Man- ager 4); Golden Fleece 4; Commis- sioner 4; Hi Magazine Reporter 4; OrCoHi Press Club 4. Martinez, Lillian 144 Homemaking Club 1, 2; Homemak- ing Fashion Show 3; G.A.A. 2. Matsumoto, Richard 37, 68, 73, 87, 145 Hi-Y 1, 2; Football 1, 3, A- Track 1-4; Lettermens Club Secretary- Treasurer 4; Student Council 4. Maxwell, Milo 145 Mayberry, Woodie 21 49 87, 132, 145. ' ' Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Base- ball 1, 2, 4; Track 4; Class Vice- President 3; Class Sergeant-at- Arms 4; Commissioner 3, 4; Scrub Day 1, 2; Candidate for Co-Ed King 4. McCray, Margie 33, 145 McDowell, Richard I45 Tennis 3; Science Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 1; Bible Club 3; Scrub Day 1, 2. McPherson, James 18, 20 21 32, 145. Baseball 1, 3; Football Manager 1, 2; F.F.A. 1-4 (Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4); Council 4; Commission 4; State F.F.A. Convention 3, 4; Scrub Day 2; Basketball 1, 2; CASC Meet- ings 4. Metcalf, Jodi 98, 145 G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4. Miller, Pat 145 G.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Council 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Homemaking Club 1, 2. Minardi, Barbara 24, 25, 38, 145 Transferred from Pasadena, Calif., 3. Argolog Editor 3, 4; Golden Fleece 4; Scholarship 3, 4. Minson, Joy 38, 40, 101, 145 Transferred from San Pedro, Calif., 4; G.A.A. 4; Argonaut Staff 4; Ar- golog Staff 4. Mogi, Francis 145 Moody, Peggy 21,31, 97, 101, 146. Commissioner 4; G.A.A. 1-4; Color Day 4; Pep Club 4; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2; Operetta 2; Homemaking Club 1, 2; Student Council 2; Jot- ters ' Club 4. Moore, Alan 21, 30, 146 Student Council 1, 4; Commission 4; Key Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 1-3; Bas- ketball 1-3; Track 1; Football 1; Tennis 1-3; Camera Club 1. Morrison, Fred 49, 50, 152 Band 1 -A- Boys ' Glee Club 3; Con- cert Choir 4; Mixed Chorus 3. Mofoyama, Dick 146 Mulford, Geraldine 52, 146 Commission 1; G.A.A. 1-4; Major- ette 1 -4; Class Play 3; G.A.A. Rep- resentative 1; Scrub Day 1, 2; Color 158 Day 3; All Night Dance Committee 4; Argonaut 4; Homemaking Fash- ion Show 2. Murai, George 20, 37, 68, 70 Council 1, 4; Hi-Y 2; Football 2-4; Basketball 2; Track 1-4. Myers, Judie 101, 152 Band 1; Homemaking Club 1-3; G.A.A. 2; Scrub Day 1, 2; Color Day 3; Scholarship 1, 2; Home- making Fashion Show 3. Neales, Kort 87, 146 Transferred from Long Beach 2; Football 2; Track 2, 4. Near, Don 146 Transferred from South Gate 4. Neff, Lawrence 25, 30, 37, 50, 146 Football 1, 2, 4; Tennis 1-4; Let- termen ' s Club 2-4; Key Club 3, 4; Golden Fleece 4; Radio Club 3; Track 3, 4; Band 1, 3, 4. Nishioka, Marilyn 24, 25, 28, 38,40, 146. G.A.A. 1-4 (Hockey Manager 3); Golden Fleece 4; Scholarship 2-4; Class Play Stage Hand 4; Home- making Club 1; Bible Club 1; Argo- naut Assistant Editor 4; Argolog Girls ' Sports Editor 4; Science Club Historian and Librarian 4; Home- making Fashion Show 1; Served at Junior - Senior Prom 2; Gradua- tion Announcements Committee 4; Golden Fleece Scholarship Assem- biy 4; Usherette at Graduation 3; Usherette at Faculty Play 4; Public I Speech Appearance 3; Hockey Play j Day Assistant 3; Representative of ■ Los Angeles Times tour 4. i Noble, Judie 21, 26, 36, 52, 146 : Class Secretary 2; Commission 2-4; j Girls ' League Board Member 4; Girls ' League Fashion Show Mod- jerator 3, Model 4; Council 2; Art [Club 2, 3 (President 3); G.A.A. 2; jFlag Twirler 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Bible iCIub 2; School Publicity Chairman [4; Service Art Class 2, 4; Board of ' Control 3; Girls ' League Conven- jtion 4. I Nottingham, Darlene 31, 97 199, 146. IG.A.A. 1-4; Homemaking Club 1; Jotters ' Club 4; Scrub Day 1, 2; Color Day 3, 4; Swimming Team 4. Nunan, Marilyn 48, 99, 146 Transferred from Los Angeles 4; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Girls ' Glee Senior Index Club 4; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 4; Swimming Team 4. Ochoa, Ralph 88, 147 Track 1-4; Basketball 1, 2; Hi-Y 1-4; Baseball 4; Commission 1. Ort, Maude 98, 101, 147 Transferred from Long Beach 4- G.A.A. 4. Pari, fAickey 152 Peden Sam 21, 25, 28, 30 33 37, 50, 85, 86, 92,-132, 135, 147 Student Council 1; Commission 4; Class Yell Leader 4; Science Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Spanish Club 4; Science Award 3; Lettermen ' s Club 1-4; Cross Country 3, 4- Football 1; Basketball 1-4; Track 3, 4; Tennis 1 -4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Service Award Banquet 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Stamp Club President 3; World Friendship Club 2; Scrub Day 1; Color Day 4; Senior All Night Dance Committee 4; Traffic Control Convention 4; Band 1, 2, 4; Boys ' Chorus 2; Selec- tion of Announcements 4; Hi-Y 1, 2; Drama Club 4; Class Play 3, 4; Cal-Neva-Hawaii District Key Club Convention; Operetta 2; Gold- en Fleece 4. Peters, Annette 40, 147 Student Body Secretary 3; Council 1-4; Princess for Homecoming 3, Farmers ' Ball 2; Scholarship 1-3 (Secretary 3); Argonaut Associate Editor 3, Art Editor 4; Drill Team 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Class Play Makeup 3, 4; Commission 4; Scrub Day 1, 2; Li- brary Science 3; Girls ' League Fash- ion Show Model 4; Ditch Day Ac- tivities 3. Phelps, Rllda 134, 147 Assistant Publicity Director 3; Class Ploy 3; G.A.A. 1, 3; Golden Fleece 3, 4; Scholarship 1-3 (Vice-Presi- dent 3); Girls ' League Exchange Programs 2; Clothing Drive Chair- man 2; Ditch Day Assembly Chair- man 3; Bible Club 4: Homemaking Fashion Show 2; Council 4; CASC Convention 3. Phillips, Heinz 147 Transferred from Boston, Mass., 3; Science Explorers 4; Stamp Club 4; Bible Club 4; Weight Lifting Club 4. Phipps, Ronnie 48 Weight Lifting 4; Gymnastics 4. Pingston, Barbara 52, 147 Council 1; Majorette 1-4; G.A.A. 1-3; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Scholarship 1-3; Homecoming Queen Candidate 2; Argonaut Staff 3. Pittser, Jim 147 Football 1-4; Basketball 1-3; Track 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Hi-Y 1-3; Council 3. Powell, Marvin 18, 19, 20, 21, 30, 37, 46, 47, 64, 68, 71, 73, 74, 80, 131, 135, 147 Student Body Vice-President 4; Service Award Banquet 2, 3, 4; Class President 3; Class Secretary 1; Class Yell Leader 2; Band 1, 2; Key Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 1-3 (President 1); Class Play 4; Red Cross 2-4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); Pho- to Club 1; Football 1-4 (Co-Captain 4); Basketball 1-4; Track 1-4; Ten- nis 1, 2; Lettermen ' s Club 3, 4; Council 1-3; Commission 2, 3; Sen- ior All Night Dance Committee 4; Scholarship 2; Golden Fleece 4. Price, Delmar 147 Raby, Soni 147 Reed, Barbara 147 Reilley, Dave 20, 33, 46, 69, 80, 147. Football 4; Basketball 4; Class Play 4. Rice, Gerald 87 Varsity Track 4; C Football 2; Radio Club 4; English Club 4. Rice, Rodney 148 Basketball 1; Science Club 2, 3- Stamp Club 1, 2; Scrub Day 1, 2; Bible Club 2, 3. Richards, Ron 61,76,77,80,148 Transferred from Sacramento, Cal- ifornia, 4; Football 4; Basketball 4; Co-Ed King 4. Riley, Geraldine 148 Transferred from Lona Beach 3; Mixed Chorus 4; Pep Club 4; Eng- lish Club 4. Sanchez, Frankie 148 Chorus 1. Savage, Karen 18, 20, 36, 132, 148 Class Treasurer 4; Publicity Man- ager 4; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 3, 4; Commissioner 3; Girh ' Leanue Dress Representative 4; Ditch Day Activities 3. Schar, Barbara 148 G A.A. 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1. Schlice, Tom 148 Schmidt, Carolyn 148 Tri-Hi-Y 2; Drill Team 2; Jotters ' 159 Club 4; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 4. Schmidt, Pat 143 Homemaking Club 1, Secretary 1. Scott, James 25. 30, 133. 148 F.F.A. 1-4 (Vice-President 4); Base- ball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Football 2: Bible Club 2; Scrub Day 1, 2; Color Day 4; Golden Fleece 4; Key Club 3, 4; F.F.A. State Convention 4; Clothing Drive 2. Sharp, Nancy 148 Transferred from Long Beach 4; Bible Club 4. Shoden, Karen 31, 148 G A.A. 3; Bible Club 2, 3; Jotters ' Club 4. Sianez, Mike 149 Football 1-4: Basketball 1,2; Track 1-4: Baseball 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3- Glep Club 3. Silcott, Sharon 149 Tri-Hi-Y 1. 2; Bible Club 2-4. Simpson, Giles 149 Sisco, Robert C. 132, 149 Transferred from El Segundo, Calif., 4; Class Yell Leader 4; Co-Ed King Contestant 4. Stechmann. Bob 149 Football 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2; Com- mission 3; Boys ' Glee Club 3- Hi-Y 1-3: Scrub Day 1,2. Steele, Frances 149 Spanish Club 4; English Club 4- Bible Club 4. Steele, William 149 Stratton, Dick 149 Transferred from Long Beach 3; Ditch Day Assembly 3. Thibaolt, Elnine 149 G.A.A. 1, 2; Homemaking Club 1; Jotters ' Club 4; Drill Team 1 2- Tri- Hi-Y 1. ' ' Thomas Linda 21 31 A7 131, 133, 149. Golden Fleece 4; Scholarshio 1-4; Commission 4; Class Play 4; Q,.f .f . 1-4: Homemaking Club 1 (President 1); Jotters ' Club 4; Bible Club 1-3 (Secretary 1, Treasurer 2); Scrub Day 1, 2; Color Day 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2: Dele ' intp to Scholarship Con- vention 3; CASC Convention 4. Thomas, Pat 149 Transferred from San Pedro 3; Col- or Day 3; Class Play 3; Girls ' League Fashion Show Model 3. Torres, Margaret 31, 97, 149 Scholarship 2-4; G.A.A. 2-4; Jot- Senior Index ters ' Club 4. Tracy, Sue 150 Transferred from Compton, Calif., 3; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Pep Club 4. Tyson, Dolores 152 Transferred from Long Beach 3; Swimming Team 4. Urwick, Ronnie 28, 49, 133, 150 Science Club 2-4 (Treasurer 3, Pres- ident 4); Science Fair 3; Band 1-4 (Captain ' s Assistant 4); Argo Swing Jinx 1; Argo Fair 2-4: Orchestra 3; Band Concert 3, 4; Pep Band 1 -4; Jr. Red Cross Representative 4. Valencia, Oliver 150 Football 1. 2: Basketball 1,2; Track 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2; Scrub Day 1, 2; Color Day 4; Hi-Y 2; Gene Norman T.V. Dance Contest. Watkins, Bob 37, 69, 150 Football 2-4; Track 2, 3; Class Cheer Leader 3; Class Ploy 3 Chairman of Canteen Committee 4 Letterman ' s Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3. Co-Ed King Contestant 4; Glee Club 2. Watson, Otis 150 Boys ' Chorus 3, 4; Scrub Day 1, 2; Council Representative 3. Webb, Billy 150 Weber, Donna 24, 25, 34, 37, 150 Transferred from Long Beach 3; Golden Fleece 4; Scholarship 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Spanish Club 4; English Club 4; Golden Fleece and Scholar- ship Assembly 4; Awards Banquet 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3. Weir, Judi 17, 24, 25, 26, 30. 36, 132, 150. Girls ' League President 4; Class Secretary 4; Golden Fleece 4; Jot- ters ' Club Treasurer 4; Drill Team 1 , 2- G A A. 1 -3- Commission 3, 4; Class Vice-President 1; Art Club 2-4 (Vice-President 3, President 4); Tri-Hi-Y 1 : Service Awards Banquet 3, 4; Girls ' League Convention 4; G.A.A. Awards Banquet 3; Class Play Prompter 3. WheHbee, Peggy 150 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; G.A.A. 1; Girls ' League Fashion Show 3; Scrub Day 1, 2; Class Play Makeup 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Homemaking Club 2; Jotters ' Club 4. White. Don 151 Transferred from Whittier, Calif., 4. Williams, Barbara 37, 15 Spanish Club 4; Girls ' League Fash ion Show Model 4. Williamson, Al 80, 15 Football 3; Basketball 3, 4- Base ball 3. Wood, Kenneth 17, 21, 25 3C 33, 47, 69, 70, 72, 90, i32, ' l5 Board of Control 3 (Chairman 4] Student Council 1, 3, 4; Class Pres ident 4; Golden Fleece 3, 4 (Presi dent 4); Key Club 3, 4; Science Clul 2; Photo Club 1, 2; Class Play 4 Football 1-4; Basketball 1; Base ball 1-4: CASC Convention 1, 2 4 21, 26, 53 Candidate 1; League His- Night Dance Worcester, Sharon 132, 134, 151. Farmers ' Ball Queen Song Leader 4; Girls forian 4; Senior All Committee 4; Class Vice-Presiden 1; Class Secretary 2; Class Treas- urer 3; Board of Control Secretary 4; Service Award Banquet 3, 4, Golden Fleece 3, 4; Commission 2, 3; Council 3; Color Day 4- Tri Hi-Y 1- G A.A. 2-4; CASC Conve tion 3; Traffic Safety Convention Worrell, Ronald 20, 15 Class Vice-President 3; Track Commissioner 2; Student Counc: Hi-Y 2; Color Day 3; Ditch Day As sembly 3. Wortman, Phil ] Wright, Diana 15 Girls ' League Fashion Show Mode 3, 4. 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