Garden Grove High School - Argonaut Yearbook (Garden Grove, CA)

 - Class of 1956

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x m 4- P 4 if '?,,+,i- 4 , I, 'L-Ei 9, , . , -.5 W. ts' ,. 1? ff ,, 3. bi, yr.. up . In Q' 5 E, ,Jia jizz QA ' . . -T ,S . w--,Q 4 V' 2. ,xt , , X . it ' . 5 5. , ' x 5, I K ,Q ZA- -yn f- . ..uu19N.,- THE YEARBOCDK STAFF PRFDLIDIAY PRESENTS THE E. , . 3,103 UHKKIIH FN-Hyun .., avr f-- f- 1+ ,- '-if -wif, ' W' ,f I-,,,,,.---'Q'- .9-I - -nvwll-in ef .zvlnr1s-4-4-,-- ,-..+-,W , ,.,v,s.1u.. ,WJ-.-- v lllllllllllll lllil Volume XXXI lfclilor ..,. . . Arr l'rlilor .,... ........ Literary Editor ... .,.. Business Manager .. .. Advertising Manager .. Adviser ......... . . . June 1956 . Jeanne Enomofo Kay Phillips Evelyn Nagamatsu . Paul Magdalene .... Dee Valence William F. Smith PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF GARDEN GROVE UNlON HIGH SCHOOL GARDEN GROVE, CALlFORNIA lUllllllllllU In 1956 Miria Loikkanen, from Finland, became the first exchange student to take up studies at Garden Grove Union High School. She will soon return to her native country at.cr a year s stay here. The Argonaut statt thought it appropriate to organize the yearbook around moments in the l955-l956 school year that Miria and all other students will remember. The theme of the 1956 Argonaut is 'Moments to Re- member and the dedication is to Miria Loilckanen and the students and faculty ot Garden Grove Union High School who accepted Miria as a tull-fledged member ol the student body. EUHWUS Admmistrcmon .. . 6 Orgcmuzofuons ... ... 24 Acflvzfies .... ... 46 Snorfs ... ... 74 masses ...1l2 Senior Index .. ...176 V Jr..-- , - . . 2 vf s 2 Q ' 2 S E. fl 1 -5. E u L I A flfagzwgx- - msg" . 57 'V 3 J iii ' x HUTUIHIETHHTUH Y JL I 5 'ffiT 0 1 FRIENDLY ADMINISTRATORS AND TEACHERS ALWAYS LEFT THE DOOR OPEN TO STUDENTS FOR DISCUSSION OF PROBLEMS OR JUST AN INFORMAL CHAT. Ellllllllllllllllll A member of The Garden Grove facUlTy Tor over 30 years, Dr, Leroy L. Doig has made ouTsTand- :ng conTribuTions in The field of educaTion. This year Dr, Doig no longer hos The TiTle of prin- cipal of The high school, devoting all of his Time To The superinTendency. lllllllll THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ns the leglslallve and polucy-moknng group of The school dnsrrucr, Elected by The publvc The board serves to make and or approve all regulatlons or policies affechng The school Left to rlghr, Mr. Marlln A Mower Mr Lawrence Wood presrdent Mr. Wnllnorn Wnesner, Mrs Oresfell Crosvvlme, clerk, Dr, Leroy Doug, supernntendent, Mr Wullns Cadwalloder ., if! limi ' ' 152 .kJ - N , lj? 4,-2v,,,h,.s. as f ,,,. ,ff ,fu , Q l ,QP '-1 I ,, June Adams Physical Education X Marjorie Alexander Homemaking li :wg -xf , Iiig Donald Kennedy Vice-principal John Allen Art lllllllillilil An outstanding educator for thirty years and the originator ot the first agricultural depart- ment ot in Orange County, Principal Donald S. Jordan has been at Garden Grove Union High School for twenty-seven years, ten of which have been in administrative work. WHS I K Eileene LaBarthe Dean of Girls ilillllll Muriel Anderson Librarian Mary .lane Anderson Homemaking l Josephine Aten Business Education 1, - :QS- gfi . .t 1.2. - ,s-. , "' ' "' :1 ' Ti-' A I m fg 4 'T . .. ,gg Don Avery Physical Education Gwendolyn Bordeaux Donald Bower Mariorie Barkley Physical Education -SP Dell Claeys Science Industrial Arts English S--1 'Hx John Bassham Art Blanchard Beatty Physical Education Eva Covington English Barbara Dorman Language Jerome Dressler Science Abraham Eidelson Mathematics Frank Fischer Mathematics Gilbert Dear Physical Education Harry Garber Industrial Arts Paul Gergen Social Studies George Gill Music Marilyn Goddard Physical Education Diane Gray Social Studies Dea n Johnston Science -gm ',-4. 4-,'. ,Q . . .3 Beulah Gutel English U J Q. 'X I William Kelly Business Education Gordon Llewellyn Language William Lower Business Education Wilbert Malick Mathematics Mary McClain Social Studies wmmm . , .,., Q.. L.. ,M V-. . ...U Riley McKinney Science John Mitchell Mathematics Robert Mummery Mathematics Alan Musil Physical Education Aaron Haley Social Studies x..v . . .t K 5' , -r. . all, L Mary King Mathematics C, Herbert Hill William Hoganson Physical Education Music I-9' Myron Kirsch Patricia Knowlton Science English Y l rg - 1 -cg. Nels Nelson Vera Orem Ernest Palmer Cathryn Petty Susanne Potts Art Language Business Education Homemaking Physical Education 4-- ,vf .L 3 - ATJ. xxx as .X X' I ' 'dl Carl Powell Mathematics Dale Provost Homemaking William Reed Alban Reid Mathematics Social Studies Dwight Roberts Science Shirley Ryan Librarian Jack Schurnaker Social Studies Mansel Shiner Agriculture , , f . nit: E. '1" ,.g. 'r-.-.-"R -f twistin- suyg my William F. Smith English Melvin Sothan industrial Arts Roy Stoddard Science Dorothy Sully Physical Education Sarah Talbot Social Studies Charles Thorp Social Studies Harold Vail Business Education Thomas Vessella Physical Education Paul Vorkink English Kenneth Wade Industrial Arts Charles Warnick English Don Webster Physical Education Allen Wells Mathematics Walter Winters Marvin Bates Guidance Industrial Arts 1 'Q x,1 J' jx X s F: 1 XY' i 43 ,w,,,, Mabel Benetiel Nurse f Herbert Dyer Edward Engemann Anna Finley Robert Lawrence Industrial Arts Social Studies Language English ij'-ws-A 9, ...Q-J' wtgfi. cr:- .31 -: li' l William Carden Social Studies al' Agnes Sloan English ik WD- E hr' PRINCIPALS OFFICE and attendance office per- sonnel include lleft to rightt Mrs, Trudy Kollwitz, office secretaryg Mrs. Roberta True, chief attendance secretary, Mrs, Edith Soest. attendance and health secretary, Miss Jeannine Peters, attendance secretary, and Miss Judi Wier, guidance secretary. Mr. Kenneth Dungan Business Manager lllllll lllllEllHllll Keeping the records straight was the task of the members of the business and office staffs. Budgets, students and school records, attendance, and similar jobs kept them busy throughout the year. DISTRICT OFFICE staff members are, left to right, Mrs. Carolyn Ritter, administrative secretary, Mr. Harold Reynolds, business assistantg and Mrs. Blanche Conklin, boolckeeper, -4 - F ,HW " . Ifllz' I ff' -,X or ' W . if- N- Q ' 1 J 2 A F-9 5 I 1 .L . llwrl l'f- Lf... nw lllEllllllllllE Keeptng the campus sptc and span was a dtffrcalt rob tltts year wrtlt over ?OOO souls to clutter tt up task and were ever busy. Left to rtghtz Pearly Htbbs, Charles McConnell, Bertha Collrns, Dewrgltt Lane, Davenport, Gus Howard, Lowell Plwtllup, Wendell Newsom, superrntendent of burldtngs and grounds. OC Y , -.f ,j tk HHS UlllllllE l I ,Q An-. ' Keepung students on the move were the bus drtvers, left to rrglwt, Robert Malls, Ed Jordaltl Harold Pearce, Kettlw Hutcltms, Cltctrles Mum, trcmsportattort drreclor 'x-I The custodtons and gardeners had cr monumental Lltester Wllsort, Hazel Clark, Louis Massa, Horace I 1 1 Ellllllllll Sllll 1 Serving hungry hordes each school day and for special N53 x . events was the gargantuan task of the cafeteria staff. Tasty meals and snacks provided nourishment for hundreds of stu- dents and teachers. Serving at the main snack bar were, left to right, Mildred Stewart, Ann Wheat, Zella Brishin, and Lucille Killion. The new snack bar was handled by, left to right, Gladys Delgadillo, Eleanore Welch, and Rene Reynolds, 'H . up , l Keeping the cafeteria running smoothly were, left to right Sylvia Wendland, Birdie Umphress, Blanche Berry. DOTIS Yfifglefi Cf1fGTef'G manager, Ruth Dugan, Lily Wheat, and June Oxenreider, 5- 1. . N 5? It ' ' X I i X ' 1 I 4, 1 i Llfhlfl .53 ,,x X x -,Al I ., -' k . 4' X I I M 2 ' 4 ' t 3 5 V A x 1 ' i 7 - I 5 t llllllllll Qllllllllll Below Mus Mabel Beneflel, school Jerry Hudson l PE nurse, lnlervvews Above Mr. Myron Knrsch shows volume of Amerncon Peoples Encyclopedic, of whlch he was a sclence edutor, to Charles Norton. lv Below Double sesslon! Fortunately Mr. John Mitchell dld not have To clo Booble clufy as lhe picture nmghl imply I,-H . X. s .. N. y My T I Above Teachers chat under free dunng pep assembly. H. S. ll, UlllllllS Student government adviser Mr. Richard Bivin, center, goes over student plans with Student Body President Jim Dunivin and Vice-president Pc1tBostelman. lllllllllllll STUDENT GOVERNMENT Composed ot the Student Cabinet, Student Coun- cil, Board of Control, and Student Commission, student government at Garden Grove High made great strides this year, giving a democratic voice in campus affairs to all students through elected representatives. llllf-lllllllllllll 'A .lim Dunivin ' "-usvf Pat Bostelmon lllillll lll llllllil Appointed by the Student Cabinet, the Board of Control acts as a tact-gathering group, hearing complaints, considering problems, and Trying to help students through sensible consideration and dis- cussion rather than inflicting heavy pen- alties. Mr. Donald Kennedy was the adviser. llllilllil J. .i YT! I Board of Control members are, left to right, front row: Lynn Schiveley, iunior memberg Eddie Rice, senior member: Bill Whedbee, chairman Second row: Jill Menzimer, iunior member, Joy Inman, secretary. Composed ot the student body officers, the Cabinet guides student government at Garden Grove High. Members are elected each year by popular vote of the students. Mr. Richard Bivin advises this group. ambe- Cabinet members are, left to right, Marcelene Woods, assistant publicity director, Paul Magdalena, assistant business manages, Robbie Rhodes, business J D manager, tm untvin, president, Pat Bostelman, vice-president, Karl Lanier, assistant business manager, Bill Niblack, sports manager. Not shown are Jeanne Enomoto, publicity director, and Sally Flory, recording secretary. l9 ,...,........1. lllllll ,LY . fs -,, l -, .9 .1 4 f --4 4" ,535 SECOND SEMESTER-Front, lett to right- Linda Clinton, Leslie Blake, Jeanne Enomoto, Marcelene Woods, Lynette Eulberg, Jill Menzimer, Pat Bostelman, Ellen Mylar, Kathy Clark. Second, Nancy Jeffries, Alice Clark, Shirley Guthrie, Mary Gillmann, Susan Reynolds, Laurel Manderscheid, Sandie Bearbower, Billie.lo Tucker, Peggy Coursey. Third: Harry Lake, Charles Penticotf, Dick Watkins, Don lson, Lanny McCullah, Jim Dunivin, Fred Larson, Bill Short, Terry Tucker, Clinton Lillard, Composed of the Associated Student Body officers, the faculty adviser, and one council member elected by each advisory FIRST SEMESTERvFront, left to right: Millie Davis, Jo Ann Childers, Pat Bostelman, Marcelene Woods, Donna Booher, Jeanne Enomoto, Rosie Beltran, Loretta Moore, Gerri Baker, Second- Becky Gates, Sandie Bearbower, Frances Yoshioka, Barbara Niblack, Sharon Foster, Irene Dematteis, Sandra Stokke, Jill Elliott, Jill Menzimer. Third- Tony Wallick, Joyce Callen, Pat Gleason, Joan Brel, Laurel Manderscherd, Kathy Halvorson, Ann Van Beek, Pat Johnston, Pat Kokanson, Anne Baylan, Pris Barker, Lynette Eulberg, Eddie Parrish. Fourth: Bill Niblack, Jill Grundeman, Jane Zimmerman, Carolyn Moody, Margy Davis, Mirla Loikkanen, Carol Price, Lynn Myers, Richard True, Fifth Karl Lanier, Mike Slagle, Paul Magdalene, section, the Student Council makes rules for conducting any ac- tivity under student supervision, supervises the raising of funds, sets the budget, and approves all expenditures of student funds Ray Alvarado, Gene Albrecht, Dick Arthur, Joe Schwmd, Willard Berry, Terry Webber, Jan Davis, Darrell Manderscheid, Roy Kakuda. T " 1A 3 -',,,Zi if' :L -r l g,E 51 i E TT- a ' ' ""'-.. J-' M ? - 222.1 E : ii'----...,,. 2 - I ., is -i , L .ik f-l - QR W . if-J X C ,,..,.. ish '- . 1. 1 7,1 QL' . ,H C., Q, ., Q, ., - . I -lf n.s- -I' .M so ,0- --1 1 ,,4f nn, , ...............--. 14 K Front left to right. Prrs Barker, Loretta Moore, Stephanie Adams, Pat Hammel, Laurrne Zohorsky, Nancy Brooks, Joyce Atchison, Sylvia Bell Second David Savage, Jeanne Enomoto Carol Wiersig, Donna Hernon, Mary Grllmann, Carolyn Moody, Barbara Jones, Lynne Carlow, Bill Niblaclc Third Phil Slater, Willard Berry, Tom Bonnema, Larry Murray, Lynn Schiveley, John Harl, Herb Perry, Robert Waffle, Bull Vaughn Appointed by the Student Council, the Student Commission as- sists the Board of Control and acts as a committee to encourage compliance with school rules and regulations. The group co- operates with the Board of Control in reporting violations of student rules, issuing notices for appearances before the board, and performing other needed services. Front, left to right: Kay Phillips, Jill Menzimer, Marcelene Woods, Lynette Eulberg, Pat Bostelman, Maxine Herntz, Wynette Martin, Ellen Kanegae Second Clinton Lillard, Robert Agonra, Eddie Rice, Sharon Hein, Judith Jules, Howard Cornell, Terry Tucker, Paul Magdalena. Third Bill Whedbee, Day so le Darch, James Welnheumer, Jim Dunlvin, Reggie Attix, Carl Llndstrom, Bill Sarros, Tony Wallick, George Allen. Q .mb Al' 1, 5.-,t VF", .ya S, J! u. A .yi ,. ,- LQ- ,? , 24 9 4 yy, ,5 1 , t I r l ll!! - . s - Al 'X Qi' I X,-. . QE' I fwfr fi 'J ,Qi f. 13 , E fn my Anne l30YlO"' President flllSl Sfllllllfll Nancy Kraushaar Vice-president I n li Carolyn Moody Program Chairman fl .Q .Q Ca rol Smith Secretary -Q -49 I - . .6 li Stephanie Adams Board Member 8 Priscilla Barker Treasurer 3 i ,, 'vi Irene Balandran Board Member '3 6. x Ellllg lflllf Every girl in the student body is automatically a member of Girls' League with equal voice in elec- tions and an equal chance to run for office. Guid- ance, promotion of better friendship, leadership, and character are the goals of this organization. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Eileene LaBarthe, Girls' League strives to develop among the girls a spirit of cooperation, high ideals, courtesy, and consideration of others, in addition to giving a fuller social life and appreciation of both school and community. Barbara Jones Historian Kay Phillips Publicity Chairman A V3 13 ' 94 . ix , .Y -2 Mavorene Clark Board Member Nancy Brooks Board Member 3 15 X . 'si Ja .,, ,xg li . . 4 i . i l i , i xii .fb lilllll' llllllll Numerous activities were under the direction and spon- sorship ot the Girls' League throughout the year. These included the Girl-of-the-Month good-grooming awards, mother and daughter fashion show and tea, Big and Little Sister Day, and the Co-Ed Dance. Girls' League was also responsible for the dress control program, wel- come committees, making and distributing Girls' League League handbooks, selling programs and ushering at games, and selling beanies. ' nv wr N.,.., 'ZR Carol Thomas Vice-president np' 47, Clareen Sasse Program Chairman Lynda Hunter Secretary 38' 1'-'K n V79 It Priscilla Barker Board Member Donna Biles Treasurer 'F . '4 9 ' l l t Linda Clarke Board Member QMS A MGVQY Davis Presidenf Blllllll SllUlSllll LaVeta Daniel Lynette Eulberg Historian Publicity Chairman r 49 'S' l X 1 A Molly Grafton Board Member Joy Jewell Board Member a 1. f, 1 F 2 s A 2 R , .A . ' I-A , ea i 9 f -f v - ,fr K JL ll fi: if i lass l s i - in 3 og' IIIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS fr 5- I fur' 'Xen 'WX LAYING BOOKS ASIDE TEMPORARILY TO PARTICIPATE IN STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS PROVIDED MANY MO- MENTS THAT WILL BE LONG REMEMBERED. ,1-..-.-. -- ur I .. I r ' I Y--, ti-an ,-'aa SElllllllllSlllll Fostering high standards ot scholarship and gen- eral attainment, California Scholastic Federation is composed of those students who achieve lO points I3 for A's and l tor B'sl per semester. A CSF dinner conference at Whittier was included among the organizations activities. Mrs. Dell Claeys was club adviser. ......... - , an n .1-gm. - an v ..--. .. , - s s .3 . - an nn A. . -. - - - - n in - ....- u pn -2' .. - u 0 ""' ' "' -4 TL. 4 ,. i, ,, W --v , -1 , in i I i: 1 ' 9 rw- ' Q- . i 5 D l L' FE -I K A lt...L..-: -..... - e... .. ......... a. .... .. , has-e , Er. ,. , . F 'E :li , 3 ' ' - :.."" 'I' -1-i. X 4-1-1- g-Q-4 -pg- gub- .-.. .-. Q- gi' i' 7' l reset i s .: if -f 2 r, u I g l N 1 . , l. Stefan Cummings Marilyn Croswhite President, First Semester President, Second Semester Front, left to right: Eldita Visser. Margaret Macpherson, Barbara Rea- sonover, Elsie Price, Millie Davis, Ann Chrispens, Bobby Davis. Second: Leona Decker, Ruth Claypool, Arlene Pitts, Judy Newman, Mary Coppock, Patsy Stewart, Jeanne Marsh, Wyn- ette Martin. Third: Bruce Brandt, Alice Clark, Judy Willmarth, Carole James, Terry Vance, Judith Jiles, Jane Zimmerman, Holly Mortensen, David Mitchell, Norito Hasegawa. Front, left to right: Anita Decker, Donna Hembree, Linda Clarke, Carol Thomas, Marcelene Woods, Louise Bidle, Jill Grundeman, Pris Barker. Second: Virginia Hunt, Kay Phillips, Carolyn Beatty, Marinell Scoles, Stephanie Adams, Marilyn Cros- white, Sharon Hein, Gloria Murdy, Evelyn Tittle, Third: Harry Whitney, Bob Hasty, David Dowling, Bill Whedbee, Carl Lindstrom, Bob Cooper, Dennis Hasty, Gerald Fair- child, Lee Hendrick, Ken Gary, 3 ' ' ,Q . Q.-an-lv-'lj - .Q .In .W -'I-,,,. 2 ,, .,.. -.....-P , Qian- 1 l- "" ' gn-Q-w e GD ow' ,,,,.,- . Src .pa . ij-41 ..g il 1 5 .- ..- , Q I..a .1 147- 4 ..p - l l4l ' Qi " i 5' gi, 6 4 , --V Q HT' rg ,l 4 X '3 ' 1 y In ,.-nvv- Y '5 4 K? . - -Q Front, left to right: Jeanne Enornoto, Pris Barker, Maxine Heintz, Lynette Eulberg Karen Kettering, Anne Boylan, Marcelene Woods Anita Decker Second Eddie Rice, Kay Phillips, Marilyn Cioswhite, Stephanie Adams, Judith Jiles, Larolyn Moody, Carolyn Beatty, Pat Bostelman, Ken Gary Third Mr Charles Warniclc, adviser, Don l-losmun, George Allen Jim Dunivin, Dick Montague, Eddie Lamb, Peter Ulyatt, Wally Mitchell Fourth Robbie Rhodes, David Dowling, Ron Addison, Larry Murray, Reggie Attix, Bob Rodine Bill Whedbee, Ron Chandos Q S 'X L 0 ' W 4 , X 0 AR' " 1 , 'J' - 1 - jx 1 xi il' 4 x , qv i X pn A - 5, cv i Eddie Rice Larry Murray President First Semester President Second Semester . L l x - X my , Highest honorary and service club, The Order A fgfqf of the Golden Fleece consists of the top 20 boys and girls selected on the basis ot activity and attitude ratings. The purpose ot the club is to promote good citizenship in and out of school I and to create an interest in activities and stu- dent government. 2 Don Hosmun, , B ker, secretGl'Y I OFFICERS-'Front' teh 'O Bggldn Plgcreilarry l Second: Carcglyltk Bisezzi vice-president la pillngtoguz vice-president 21 Mcvorene ' o treasurer 2, Dick urer l Below, OFHCERS- Cloclewise from lower lelt, Darrell Manderscheid, treasurer, Bull Whedbee, president, Paul Magdalena, secretary. --:-Q .-... 'E 'i --.. -.1-. -2. V, - si... --... f- .ll 'l nib- .. ..- Y -ol i..-......... .. s 'I s - R, fi Trl mr T - V, ....-o- Front, left to right: D, Savage, R. Agonia, B, Short, T. Walluck, G. Allen, C. Lindstrom, D Manderschercl, J. Harl, L. Hendrick, R, Addison, B. Shellenbarger. Second: B. Nlblack, T Madison, M. Wrtt, D. Linfesty, B. Sarros, E. Rrce, D. Muller, A. Donohue, C. Doyle, T. Banuelos J. Junlel. Third: R. Campbell, D. Moore, M. Pnclcering, J, Neughbors, D. Vener, K. Montee D. Hosmun, E. Mason, D. Arthur, D. Darch, M. Clark. Fourth: H. Howard, H. Reafsnyder S. Harrnson, G. Davis, B. Rodrne, E. Wheeler, Don McCalla, W. Mitchell, H. Fulsom, B. Ballew J. Hicks. Frfth: B. Calliham, T. Bonnema, B. Cooper, B. Whedbee, L. Murray, R. Attix, J Hudson, W. Walter, L. Schiveley, D. Montague. .... -1 . --.....lL-. - n g.. -Yi-b lr:-f,,, ---1 . 1-.A-Qin: Front, left to right: D. Manderschetd E Lamb B Whedbee P Magdalena W Berry T Tucker Second. J. Semon, G. Davts L Murray B Cooper R Rhodes P Ulyott B Tyhurst D Watksns Third: Mr. Richard Bivun advuser R Slsel W Mntchell D Montague B Ballew B Rodune B Lindsey, L. Schiveley, M Young F Cox Fourth M Slagle R Ward J Weunhezmer E Race ho.- I A44 NXUAP-"A llll Ellllll Below, OFFICERS: Clockwise from lower left Sylvia Moss, secretary, Lynn Gurlow, president Jerry Hudson, vice-president and treasurer. Left to right- Lynne Garlow, Jerry Hudson, Mrs. Cathryn Petty, adviser, Carol Bostic, Linda 'S' F Hut. Spangler, Carole James, Nancy Kraushaar, Helen Konwaler, Herb Perry, Torn Bonnema, .Una I 4-7 QU: Front, left to right: Sharon Hein, Joy Inman, Anita Decker, Marilyn Croswlwite, Beverly Oxenreider. Second: Jeanne Enomoto, Marcelene Woods, Elsie Price, Sylvia Quick. Third: Evelyn Nagamatsu, Carolyn Moody, Pat Scl-ioonover, Janet Newsom. lllllllllilllll Above, OFHCERS: Front, left to right, Marcelene Woods, vice-president, Janet Newsom, secre- tary, Second: Joy Inman, treasurer, Sharon Hein, president. qw lr 1 . Y- ... , -L f:-.- ::L: 1 5 : is t -C c E! 1 f- , -f 3 7 - - we - -Y - :- - - 'i w It 3 -1 .. ' - E' T7 2 2 2' . E -ini -I' 1 - Q- T1 A. g -- 1 - ... - .. . -Lf :- ..., ,it- .... -..i- -'I --...g ...... -......... -......-.i 102- Q... ,--- wi- , -.......,, -I E '-4"7 , F- - fix? 1 ----.-.-............. Front, left to right. Virginia Hunt, Alice Clark, Evelyn Nagamatsu, Nancy Brooks, Dee Valence, Jeanne Enomoto, Anita Decker, Sharon Hein Second' Ellen Kanegae, Carol Wiersig, Marilyn Croswhite, Melanie Gruber, Karen Kettering, Nancy Jeffries, Patsy Runnels, Kay Saunders, Donna Hernon. Third: Margie Teague, Nancy Vaughn Janet Carothers, Elsie Price, Janet Hyer, Carol Schoeder, Evelyn Tuttle. Fourth- Gloria Murdy, Jean Cochran, Louise Bldle, Terry Vance llll-lllel Front, left to right: Marilyn Hauer, Carolyn Hauer, Lynne Cooper, Jackie Ward, Wynette Martin, Carolyn Head, Gayle Addison, Lorna Chadwick. Second: Alline Mathias, Cora Sue Soule, June Stingley, Barbara Burtin, Betty Allen, Rusty Southern, Benny Pearson, Mildred Taylor, Helen Konwaler, Third row: Karen Soest, Judy Wachtel, Ramona Routt, June Matson, Carol Meyer, Judie Fulton, Jean Fogelberg, Fourth: Sheila Standly, Glennis De Moss, Yvonne Dufield, Janet Newsom, Jane Zimmerman, Gail Goneau, Carol Thomas, Carol Price, Eleanor Lockwood. The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y organiza- tion is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the community, high stan- dards of Christian character and its slo- gan is "Pure words - pure thoughts - pure actions." lllllllll 1. ,.--u-nr: :,.,..----"""- Q i A S Slllllmlllll Eoclw closs in school was represenfed in Tri-Hi-Y This yedr, sponsoring coopera- tive octivufies, including service projects - providing for Cl needy family - ond sociol offoirs, including instollofions and dcznces. Sllllllllllllll I I ADWSERS, left to right, were Miss Suzanne Potts freshman Miss Patricia Knowlton, junior, Mrs. Alice King senior Mrs Eva Covington, sophomore, Mrs. Barbara Dorman rumor Miss Beulah Gutel lnot picturedl, sophomore, Coordinating council, left to right, included Jill Elliott, chaplain, Gayle Addison, vice-president, Gloria Murdy, president, Peggy Coursey, member-ab large, Evelyn Nagamatsu, treasurer, Andrea Gray, secretary. FRESHMAN TRI HI Y Front left to right Becky Gates Linda Brrdgman Penny Bennett Nancy Kakuda, Jean lkemi, Ginger Johnston, Sandie Bearbawer Barbara Niblack Margaret Macpherson Second Ann Van Beek Glenda Wall Mary Ann Davidson, Pat Perry, Sharon Foster, Valerie Ball Sue Sherman Leslie Blake Jerry Lynne Schiller Third Darla Crumrine Lareen Carson Pat Price Jeannie Miettunen, Marcina Savage, Beverly Williams, Kathie Miller Laurel Manderscheid Fourth Peggy Coursey Jill Gruncleman Judy Newman Shirley Guthrie, Anita Williams, Susan Clark, Sandy Parris. i Q- Q. '-- 'K - A -ni .ah -4.1 L.. .,. fs lin I S. v --.. . sn.. of 3 - - -...-.. v aaa, I S, ,: ' Qjiv., - . ' -,- . -....- :,, -if Q --- i-"-iii . li --- F - -,,u , - V- - -- -K A ' J' x ' gg? 1 55 5 0- QN K i - Tk-fx 1 .-W d C nell Carol Smith Mary Colburn Polly Bevan. Second. Joan Schnitger Front, left to right: Marilyn Kanegae, Carol Carter, Pat Hammel, Carl Wilson, Howar or , , , Joan Mayor, Sue Lin Sexton, Kay Saunders, Janice Johnson, Eldita Visser, Anne Recchia, Blenda Persson, Jill Elliott. Third: Mr, Paul Vorkinlc, advisor, Barbara Jones, Dee Valence, Ellen Mylar, Melanie McEuen, Claudia Schiller, Nancy Heins, Andrea Gray, Joy Jewell, Marilyn Croswhite, Valerie Young, Karole Bradley Fourth- Sue Sparks, Jean Fogelberg, Shorrrll Cazier, Carol Huges, Lynn Myers, Susan Reynolds, Joyce Caldwell, Marinell Scoles, Robin Hill, Carold Schoeder ' D W odson, Willard Berry, Don Charle. Bll Vau hn, Lanny McCulIoh, Stefan Cummings, on o Fifth: Richard Elvidge, i g Left, members rehearse during class session. OFFICERS. Front, left to right: Pat Homme Smith, publicity choirm Wilson, vice-president, Howard Cornell, president. l, treasurer, Carol an, Carol Carter, secretary. Rear, Curl Ulllllll Ellll - - .-, lllllll. ll .C -J -- 1 -1, ug --1, af I J I QV' 1 f' ko 3 lllllllll llllllSlE Front, left to right: Sylvia Moss, Daneda O'Kane, Jean Thorpe, Peggy Wade, Loulse Wezmer, Nancy Espelo, Brllne Kesterson. Second: Sharon Montgomery, Janice Wullrams, Patrrcna Stewart, Arlene Prtts, Evle Sharp, Karen Soest, Jeneal Mrnnux, Norma Graves, Gall Lane, Mrs. Mabel Benefuel, advnser. lllllll Elll Front, left to rughtz Joe Torres, James Proffntt, Harold Hughes, John Charland, Alon Royce, Rrchard Hupp, Jnmmy Hosmun. Second: Herb Perry, Harry Lewellyn, Ralph Cooley, Dave Schoollng, Charles Hurley, John Allard. Thurd: Mr. Roy Stoddard, advlser, Mackey McDonald, Lynn Schuveley, Ron Adduson, Bull Hannrng. Plllll Ellll Front, left to right: Robert Agoma, Dan Gran- ados, Carole Jones, Mum: Dumm, Donna Brles, Helen Konwaler, Carol Thomas, Davud Savage, Bull Yoshnoka. Second: Mr. Walter Wrnters, ad- vrser, John Gwynne, Robbne Rhodes, Stefan Cummings, Fred Grllmann, Reggle Attnx, Dennrs Hasty, Roger Dumm, Lee Hendrrck, Mr. Joseph Riedel. Hlllhl Elllhl Left to nght: Daneda OKane, Jean Thorpe, Evre Sharp, Esther Parsons, Norma Graves, Gaul Mason, Mrs. Mabel Beneftel, Mr. Myron Kirsch, dtrector of student welfare. UHQHHH Slhlll Front, left to rrghtz Pat Hokanson, Charlotte Carlson, Launne Zahorsky, Jeannette Soucue, Janet Rlce, Nancy Aoyarna, Ethel Russell, Janet Newsom, Antta Decker, Sandra Houghton. Second: Elsre Prnce, Janet Hyer, Sandra Young Sharon Hem, Carol James, Karen Soest, Suz- anne Twombly, Mrs. Shtrley Ryan, lrbranan, Mtss Munel Anderson, lrbranan, Mrss Altce Qulck, lrbrary assustant. Not ptctured, Joyce Endernan. I Hllllll Front, left to rrght: Helen Konwaler, Edre New- rnan, Carole Jones, Jean Cochran, Evelyn Naga- matsu, Patsy Runnels, Jeanne Enomoto, Evelyn Tuttle. Second: Jrll Aber, Carol Smtth, Lynette Eulberg, Lynne Garlow, Joy Inman, Lrndo Le Bel, Janyce Leeper. Thnrd- Bob Walslngham, Jack Flanagan, Clnnton Lullord. cg. ti , 'E , I 'SC .illlll An affiliated chapter of the Science Clubs of America, Science X-plorers aims to increase the members knowledge and understanding of science and to give service in the com- munity and nation. Members are, left to right, front row: Peter O Rourke, Bill Brown, Mike Howard, Ron Addison, Lee Hendrick, David Lewis, Alan Royce. Second row: Bill Christy, Frank Chester, Jerry Hudson, treasurer, Wally Mitchell, vice president, Bill Short, president, Bob Cooper, Robert Grouse, Bren DeBoer. Third row: Barbara Galley, Peggy Cline, Mildred Taylor, Betty Dischner, Eldita Visser, Marie Tanner, Sharon Martin, Sally Sharpness, Mr. Dwight Roberts, adviser. Fourth row: Bev Whitney, Donna Wadsworth, Carole James, Carol Thomas, secretary, Evie Sharp, Judy Willmarth. The World Friendship Club is organized to increase the students' knowledge of other countries and of world affairs. Members are, left to right, front row: Sally Wills, Kay Phillips, Carol Smith, treasurer, Maria Loikkanen, president, Joy Inman, secretary, Stephanie Adams, vice-president, Carole Kuhar. Second row. Sue Stone, Jeanne Enomoto, Ronald Schouweiler, Helen Hansen, Melinda Todd, Gay Judd, Jackie Harlow, Third row: Mr. Alban Reid, adviser, Lois Seitzinger, Andrea Gray, Tony Passoloqua, Eddie Parrish, Paul Byrnes, Bill Christy, Stan Bluhm. gg " "'---- so i A if . 1---.. -........ - - , L- T, i - It -1, s ,Q iz ,,,, l an lllll Il Front, left to right. Anne Boylan, Ellen Kanagae, Donna Hembree, Diane Brel, Shirley Colburn, Rosie Beltran, Ruth Buck, Barbara Reasanover. Second: Claire Bordeaux, Shirley Mai:Alexander, Donna Neff, Sue Sexton, Elsie Price, Bobbie Greek, Vesta Grace, Kay Saunders, Marlorie Teague, Dianne Loundigan. Third: Betty Sheets, Donna McKee, Audrey Walls, Alice Clark, Virginra Hunt, Sharon Hein, Carol Wiersig, Marcelene Woods, Sylvia Bell, Sylvia Quick, Terry Vance, Mrs. Josephine Aten, adviser. From left to right: Joanna Hamel, Janet Newsom, Pat Hammel, Bobby Davis, Karen Kettering, Karole Bradley. Second: Miss Diane Gray, adviser, Kay Phillips Carolyn Beatty, Donna Wadsworth, Sharon Martin, Nancy Jeffries. Third Dan Granados, Marinell Scales, Mary Gillmann, David Dowling, Bill Whedbee Stephanie Adams, Carol Hughes, Harold Hughes. ,f 5 L ,J I A ull " t... -Q Fnrst Rancho Alamitos Hugh School Glrls League Officers are lleft to rrghtl f Nancy Kokuda, secretary-treasurer, Jrll Grundeman, board member, Sandra Stokke, presrdentq Susan Reynolds, vrce presudent and Jfll Ellrott, board member Front, left to rlght: B Beebe B Davns, C Truesdale, C Bluhm, Svvetland, N MacArthur, P Thompson, B. Whttney Second C Jam J Dawdy, V. Harpster, C. Johnson, K Busch, N Jeffrles, D. Cha J Hamel, E Mylar. Thrrd R, Elvuclge, P Byrnes, C Ramsbarger, Jamlson, C Barnett, J. McKay, J. Semon, E. Reed, A Donohue, Taknhashn Fourth C Wulson, G Famrchxld, R Reld, W Walter, Eduard, D. Montague, R. Slsel, R Gambonl P Slater, B Neff. fl l l Lu ie: ,. 9 i lis- D es, se. A T W 1 ll .A C.: -e r -3-Q. ll - Q i -.T ll 1""' - .i -,Til 'S , ., - s---li ll ll .l 5 V .- ,..... ,, -1 l ll ll: ll ' --lj? -s-...., - . ,, . If l l 3--:J Q L --. I In ll' ll , E'- :e x 3 ..L.ld'!-- .h.- t- E-- :-M, . .-4 . e' ' rl 5 1 l .'- -1f, f '. ll 1- .1 ' , - - '. , ,-Jf.,.w.i. .' 'W , ". ' ' ' ', a-. ' 'xx 1.54. --1 f' , r -.ga ' .ew y.,-. . 1 we '1- ,:- -.-w..fi',.7.1 .14 fb- s' .ha-, ', ' 'W J- ,- - ,.L5.-,,..'i ,. , ia"se""4 - ' ff J' 'J P " "R - liz. -Wi R ,, s' ,qu Q4 -J xx..-a" .-. . . , '- .mxax 4 N, X...- sv. - llllll Ellll V ..,,N! N: +?"-- -T ., ,Q-iw ," S QF 'N 'iss Front, left to right David Hough, Ronald Schouweiler, Paul Magdalena, Robert Second: Pat Hokanson, Beverly Hobaugh, Helen Konwaler, Jane Zimmerman, Frances Linda Le Bel, Mary Ashby, Carolyn Moody, Wadsworth, Mildred Taylor, Jean Thorpe, Murray, Mike Browning, Jack Hardy. Geri Bell, Jackie Ward, Carol Schoeder, Wood. Third- Miss Vera Orem, adviser, Eleanor Lockwood, Carol Price, Donna Front, left to right: Jose Vasquez, Lynn Schiveley, Gary Kidd, David Dowling, Ken Smith. Second: Nancy Eastman, Heather Goble, Janet Ericsen, Jeanne Enomoto, Janet Newsom, Marie Tanner, Phyllis Kroeger, Miss Anna Finley, adviser. Third: Martha Ann Carter, Joy Jewell, Mary Anna Hightower, Holly Mortensen, Molly Grafton, Kay Phillips. . s Q -un " 'qi' ...... -,.... ...A-1... ,V ' 41.3 L at Developing community leadership and cooperation in agri- .Q culture is the purpose ot the FFA. The chapter won second ki place in the County Quiz Contest, as well as participating in many exhibits and iudging contests. AM 1.5 .Q OFFICERS: Front, left to right: Don LeGrand, treasurer, Don Franklin, vice-president, Pete Tuman, secretary. Second: Bill Shellenbarger, president, Wesley Wilson, sentinel, Chester Hunt, reporter. Typical protects. Stan Carlson exhibits his steer and 5- Lou Lynes shows his lamb. Both animals were raised on the school farm. Front, left to right: Norman Olsen, Charles Arnling, Darryl Hart, Bruce Beatty, Keith Johnson, Stanley Carlson, Raymond Peterson, Donald L'Allier, Ted Patti- son. Second: Gary Adamson, Harold Mortensen, Glenn Sparks, Lou Lynes, Tom Hunt, Elwood Hein, Bill Shaffer, David Hettinga, Charles Pettit, Bill Seewer. Thirdp Dale Berry, James Mobley, Chet Stites, James Cooper, Jerry Sullens, Bobby Low, Wayne Hosack, Dwayne Higginbotharn, Gary Gorman. Fourth: John Souza, Dave Cole, Donald Franklin, Mr. Mansel Shiner, adviser, Don Le Grand, Pete Tuman, Bill Shellenbarger, Chester Hunt, Wesley Wilson, Claude Risner, Phillip Gohres, Lynn Hunt, Fred Van Wallinga, Henry Vander Poel. -i:-:lT-- :fx X i is- rg if fl' ee- --.. . tsg-"f 1 Li., 1- -. 1, "ha ffs AAN . an A "rj, -Ft 'ls ' 3 . "T:-:Sl - , . ,, jp! ' - -, ,-. 1 ' 0--' . . 'f .3 . .-'-ws, " -Q is A I 1-f'a-F51 'A-" L N- 6 , " x, 3-P' lar' ' 1' -'15 fe .-:,pg'g' s 1.-Q., , J 4, na ' - ev -41 - r-fx ,:-. '-sf.f-w',""'- 14-F..-.. - fP"'fw -..-.54'3s+1 - --f N -v f i 3 x '- 1 X ,............. ...,.. I .- W I, ""'huam x, n X 4 :lf 3, . fx 8? Lp Uh :..'l., v . ' W I A' Hs' . , I 1 ,,-gif SP1 or 4' Ai, in s ev I A QQQRXXXXXY ! 5 ARL-:QNA uw p -W.-up fa f I if' 91 fi 4 Zianqll-Q A v 5 . ., xx ' v ' ' .1 9 , UI., . 1 - Q i PUHUEHTIUHE ld' Q, Q K' . h . . ., -1 J... . ' - .- 1 f 1, - n "T.r 5 1 ' f.2 'A I .- f-. .1 . Q at A 53' ' ' ' 1.- J' .. : f - - - ft- .. -,gr-' .'. - ?, JA -' - prix , V -v A -. - -Q '. ' . '! ,' , . , , -rg , , " s, . is "3 . 4 ,' :-' 'Karr v . - -7 " 1 -J, 4 .-L. .ag . 'g'. ,Avian lr.. .L "iQ ,ts - .'- .':k,:J,E.-I '. f '., . ,' ' -... -'--3+ '- , 231: ...Q-:R 1e'. -' '1 .-1 . - I W -.-- . ., . 5 w 4 . 'gl 6 . ,p -1 1' ,, - ' dn Y ' k, ,-. r '34 .5z.l , h ,l--R A'-A . " T'-451s nz R if s! ii Jeanne Enomoto Editor-in-chief QL: lllllllllllll Slllllu Publishing a e b k is year's ARGONAUT is the largest in the school's history, ci fact which makes its punctual appearance truly a gargantuan feat. Much credit is deserved by the small staff, who together ser, r. William F. Smith, made the d with their advi M istribution of this book possible. I QS -33- i Pitching in to help the financial aspect of the yearbook by checking receipt figures are lleft to rightl Paul Magdalena, business manager, Shirley Colburn, assistant business manager, Dee Valence, advertising manager, and Kay Phillips, art editor, Filing negatives are lleft to rightl Gayle R , . othenberger, assistant girls' sports editor, Patsy Runnels, girls' sports editor, and Evelyn Nagamatsu, literary editor. .lll lllllllll. li 1. Photographer Gary Bowser prepares To shoot' lleft to rrghtl Jeanne Enomoto, edltor. Jean Cochran, art staffg and Janyce Leeper, assrstant art editor. Editors' conference for yearbook ideas. Left to rrght. Paul Magdalena, busmess managerg Kay Phrllups, art edrtorg Jeanne Enomoto, edrtor-un-chlefg Mr. Wrlluam F. Smrth, advuser, Dee Valence, advertrsrng manager, Patsy Runnels, gurls' sports edntorg and Evelyn Nagaw matsu, llterary editor A 4 o .4 'I 4 L . Sports edrtor Davrd Dowllng lleftl and assrstant sports edrtor Bob Fowler wrute copy for The ARGONAUT li' -7.1- , 4 1 1 lv. . X Hlllllllll Ellllls f- 1' I Aa .ni A,.as45" -,.'-- un.. . --o-.. . 1'."- ...- x sv T ,Q .Stl 1- -x Reporters who help to publlsh the school paper Included lseatedl Jean Coley, Dorothy Jeckell, Barbara Gaftey, lstandingl Gayle Rothenberger, Terry Hanscom, Sally Hartman, Lorraine Grant, Audrey Nugent, and Gloria Garcia. Reporter Ron Schouwenler asslsts fnrst semester ctr culotuon manager Lorena Tyler wlth her work Edltor Ken Srnvth shows sports wrlters lleft to rughtl Jerry Wulcox, Dennxs Wul- lnams, and Ron Goden the art of makung up a page. Edrtor Ken Smith cuts up! 'nut . l f xx L r I wi lt""n"' 3-I 1 x X X x s ', fi li ,.p..,- Q 1 'x S e c o n d semester circulation manager Jean Coley at work. B e l 0 wg Advertising manager Ron Goden and his assistant Jean Guthrie prepare adver- tusements. lun' .4 QI .Y- Flrst semester reporters lleft to rrghtl were Louise Bidle, Linda Johnson, Gloria Murdy, Mildred Taylor, and Jean Cochran. 'Q I1 -pi:-Q. Ti Above: Adviser William F. Smith explains layout principles reporter Denise Merritt lleftl appears bored by it all, I savor- l TT" 4 -i-.1....f.A4h,-tl, ""' N suxs tif' 7 to Del Mahoney and Gloria Murdy. Cub 45 ,A Xi- IN N jg X . 3 1 ' , J- , , ' W , L-:ik Y . X 35,9553 ga.. .- ,, ..,..v,- -.Y 95,55 -. .fe ' ' . . '5'.W"f1.a:l2:Q?r J 'xii' .- ? ,mn ,D-ur-ff" - ..: A 1-1' - v .1,.1.1L ..,-..,,. -up ..-QQ r? -:'.,, ,." lg--5' - av H.-I 1- .,,- -.-Af... 0 gr A . ,, 'Q -..,. .-L A - w warg. , AN- .. x 1,2 'L+ ' J- QW A- J , '6 ,v' - "' 425' . , ". sa A. . Q. . IIIIIIIIIIS If I 1 gi, q- . , STEPPING up WITH A FRESH APPROACH TO "Q -Q CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES WILL BRING PLEASANT MEMORIES IN FUTURE YEARS. 4 47 llllllllll lllllH "Mr. Barry's Etchingsf' the first dramatic pro- duction of the year, was presented by the Junior Class December 8 and 9. The three-act comedy, under the direction of Miss Beulah Gutel, was produced in the Girls' Gym with semi-central staging. Q-L, :xnxx Ti? C :,, il' 'iii' "We're running this town, Barry, and don't you try to in- terfere!" Mrs. Griswald threatens Judson, as Sam Jordan watches startled. f,,,... I ,ff 'N 'You c to Mar ,I O f an have your old ring! lt didnt fit anyway!" exclaims Evelyn vin as Daisy and Mr, Crosby approve the action. 'Stick 'em up!" Judson orders Sawbuck and Fifty and Mrs. Taylor backs him up. ' I came to return this money," Bud tells Judson, while Mrs, Taylor gives him a dirty look. x , i I I Judson Barry. . . Evelyn Taylor. .. Tom Crosby. . . Mrs. Taylor. ,. Bud . . l X Marvin Pritchard. .. Carry Stanwick "Fifty" Ferris . "Sawbuck" Sam Mrs. Griswald, , Sam Jordon. .. Daisy . . . . . Kathryn Plunkett CAST .Willard Berry Barbara Jones . .Terry Tucker .. Joy Jewell Jerry Walker . Carl Wilson ,Lynn Garlow .. .Judi Hamor .Andy Bennett Mary Gillmann David Dowling Lynne Cooper , , . .Jo Castro i 'l'm not a child," Miriam lStephanie Adamsl says to Ruth lCarol Smrthl and Lt. Seawright lDick Montaguel, who seem to disagree. rw CAST Ruth Wilkins .............. ..... C arol Smith Lt. William Seaworth .. ... Dick Montague Judge Harry Wilkins .. .. Lanny McCullah Mrs. Edith Wilkins .. ..... Carol Jones Miriam Wilkins .. .. Stephanie Adams Albert Kummer .... . . Stefan Cummings Martha Seawright .. .... Pat Hammel Sgt. Chuck Vincent . . . . Howard Cornell Dora .......... . . . Jeanne Enomoto Sailor .. ..... Don Charle Laura ..... ....,,.... S hirley Colburn Prompters ... ., Joy Inman, Marinell Scoles Slllllll llllll "Dear Ruth," the senior play produced April 19 and 20, was in rehearsal when the ARGONAUT went to press. The cast is pictured here as they practiced the play, which was di- rected by Mr. Paul Vorkink. 'S Cast gathers around Mr. Vorkink and script. Seated, left to right: Stephanie Adams, Marinell Scales, Mr. Vorkink, Carol Smith. Standing: Jeanne Enomoto, Dick Montague, Lanny McCullah, Carol Jones, Stefan Cummings, and Pat Hummel l'm not supposed to get excited," says Albert lStet'an Cummings, seated! to Edith lCarol Jonesl and Harry llanny McCullahl. 'Dont eat dem eggs," giggles Dora Ueanne Enomotol to Edith, Harry and Martha lPat Hammelj. A Hr Y 6511 9? if e-,M :Ay , '5m.. Bt.- S35 KGB .'A-:":j1:f? es I9 I iii? ' km Q '15fSS .il-.93 9 3,93 llllllllllllll Much ot the Argonaut spirit was displayed in the various l pep and award assemblies held Throughout the year. It would be impossible to picture every assemblyg how- ever, a sampling should be sufficient to recall them to l l mind. Q I 1 F fic WP Loyal Argonauts give a cheer during pep rally. Below G.iI-of'Montlt honors were bestowed durtng Friday assemblies. Here Lynda Hunter presents award to Kathy Parks, while Pris Barker looks on P 'R' :K , 'X t . ,, 'f' Md .' l 1 l 4 , 49 K if Ft' Student Body President Jim Duntvin presided over assembly activities. Wedding skit was part of entertaining pep c-ssembly. P Y ' ,l . cl' -VH! 'fr- F J ' ,I 1' tl- Jsgiyey-Ylyixglx .4 I iwrrf,JU5'yj.gQ'-f:,glygf,tgtl,:MgL5j, . M Q 45.5 r "' H+ f s i I-H e-'H . L., . . Right: Gary Davis is congratulated by Angus Tierney of the Garden G ove News upon presentation of basketball trophy. fb A Q 1 yr A """" ....., Lal Qi. 4--1-1 - - .. 3 -. ... .. ,, ... Y . ..... W-.. : 3 :f --.. I Y: I .1 :. g :W :.- - , - .- e ,Z . -5 -1 s,::....'-'.. ::..: :z : - ..: 7 e- ii gd- :F : ' F I fi .........g: ..- ... -- -- - '- - ' .....,. L4 : :.- ,: 1: : 1' 'I ..,.- ..: ' 2 1' : ::-'-' ' V- .. t. L.. , v -,, .1 ---gf.-........ , Q -,.,, ,. s I.- ,, . , :M lg - ifil I : :L Q f. . llllll' lilll Front, left to right: Nat Harris, Kim Law, Roy Bailey, Ed, Kile, Tony Passalaqua, Mr. William Hoganson, director, Don Charle, Les Maimbourg, Larry Larkey, Alan Royce, Craig Hall. Second: Lee Conant, Duane Harris, Lee Merrick, Dave Wilke, Marlow Clark, Fred Larson, Dan Gains, Charles Wyles, Mike McNay, Henry LeBlane, Russel Gilbert, Monte Oglesby, Al Fogan. Front, left to right: N. Kronberg, B. Niblack, A. Daniels, G. Walls, D. Deming, H. Johnson J. Biel, B. Persson, G. Wiltro, D. Sellers, M. Bradley, M, Stanton, M. Colderon, M. Perez. r Second: M. Geisler, W. Mullins, B, VanAmmers, S. Drew, E. Roclriquez, D. Bowstu, B. Kaopuiki V. Ostrom, Mr. William Hoganson. Third: J. Bell, S. Lehman, L. Carson, M. Thornton, M I' D. Young, E. Farnsworth, K. Dalluge, F. Fernandez, D. Valence, J. Rose, C. Jones, T. Ellis, E l QH kk E in E Q Coppock, W. Adams, S. Pinkerton, Jean Guthrie, J Jordan, K. Purtha, H. Athan, S. Murphy R. Mystrom, P. Terry, P. Kobus, W. Markwell. I :"""""""' ""i""""' J Z' 'Q i' T -l ..A rn. -.ii 3 Nl -Tl. EZ..- '--.-.'.I ' -. rrr- Y. Front, left to right: Bobbie Barnes, Margie Grable, Diane Biel, Pat Johnston, Holly Mortensen, Penny Bodenscl-iot Marilyn Croswhite Gail Petraselc, Ellen Kanegae. Second: Shirley Colburn Jerry Hedgecock, 'Mike Young, Ken Arnold, Ken Roberts, Reggie Reyes, Ken Gary, Kim Low, Linda Culver, Mr. William Hoganson, director. Front, left to right. J. Wood, A. Crispens, C. Fudge, A. Gardner, S. Clark, R. McWilliam, L. Brannon, P. Bennet, J. Reed, G. Baker, M. Nixon. Second E. Armstrong, M. Reno, L. Hukill, P. Black, H, Mortensen, B. Smale, S Elliott, J. Mayor, B. Neigl1bors,S. Hogan, S. Porter, G. Garcia, Mr. Hoganson director. Third. D. Nunan, R. Young, N. Gage, C. McGee, W. Catlin, J Kowert, R. Reyes, J. Bush, A. Sommer, L. Denman, N. LeVander, L. Gerke Fourth: L. Englund, V. Geisler, B. Allen, E, Beck, B. Hasty, D. Rogers, J Vicory, R. Goden, J. Studdord, G. Murdy, S. Gerke, L. Jackson, P. Jordon 1'----3-2. :TV is ' V .- IZ..--V A 'fit - 122 ' " . E Ez: . 11 1 . E . 'J ' " . LZ 'R il f Q- E,-1 ,gi ' J ' ... rl- 7-7---4'3 ' " ' -- v 44 4'3" 44: --1 'as .l ........ rg: - --:L-- .--2 'I Z' - , ..--f "' 11 Yi WZ' :--,'.Z' -- e i I :'- , ,-. - ' "' 'E 'YW' . -. Y - - -- .I - -1 F 4 gl .1 . ' , f.v is ' ' gz. Z , , ' X f - iii 41 I -J 1 "4 lllllll EllllllllS ..i-. -.-pvil-1' -1-..- ...Q- Zi-.. - .-... , lil -- -4 :...1:T -fL-- ......'-:rg T LGUTGJ Dru Manderwlleld m Malolellle X llllllllllllll llllllll Football tons saw the huge marching band perform smartly under the di- rection of Mr. George Gill during halftime activities at home games. The loand also marched in several parades throughout the year, culminating l their activities with a Christmas performance at Disneyland. I Front row, I. to r.: Mr. Gill, D. MacCallum, M. Macpherson, C Ramsbarger, C Bluhm, 5. Van Devender, D Manderscheid, B, Brandt, D Setrup, D Smith, C Dunbar, R Wilder. Second row: L. Bielma, R. Marval, M. Dumm, J, Rhodes, D. Nilsen, D Mitchell, D Coats, S. Matthews, J. Allen, J. lkemi, K. Cole. Third row. D. Swetland, D. Rttch, E. Northcutt, J. Willenbring, P. Schwartz, P. Hobson, R Bell, A Ayala, A. Rucker, B Whitney, S Montgomery, C. Amy, N. Ferguson. Fourth row: A, Garcia, P. Altamirano, L. Hendrick, D. Hasty, J, De Wtndt, L. Kinsman, D, Peltier, J. Hardy, S. Vorkink, J. Murray. Fifth row W Elliott, G. Young, J. Pattison, B. Duggan, N. Pippin, J. Wetnheimer, G. Lemeur, R. Downs, Ronald Chandos, D Chrispens, J. Burns, B. Siriant. Sixth row. R. DeWitt, E Eduard, F. Wood, L Russell, Richard Chandos, W. Eduard, P, Cadwallader, R. Hasty, R. Addison, W, Jones, J. Kates, S. Bluhm. l l Q ,L K 'N ,tres rm I. rf' 'X ,jx xg . Q. 4 C 1 SV Q- 5-X y' - ,lil .NKQS A I si Attentron! The Bond lines up in marching formotnon. f 1 Q' an it l lifi T' '- V ' ' I I Q T.,,w rw pn '-v-.. .fn Iw- "v-'--'-- , A 'V 'fd ' .qua--F 3. n 'T"'r f-H Eyes from! A procfrce march tones the bond up prior ro fheur Dnsneylond op- """' peorcmce. -..49' .f" . 'uid Look sharp! Movles ore mode of thus formornon os The bond mcvches off To board buses for the Drsneylond mp. . v L " ' 2 v gf . ' A ' ,TK '55 .- - 1 is . npr. 5: :-9:-.-: X- qi X' " If-:EW - ,. 1 xx t xx ,, C F' .Q e 1. 3:-,, 5 X - 'Il 1. ,J X . , TAF Q I I , , Ax-,. v -iw In ,. , V- . QQ' A k , A I If at "LET KW' 4 ' , XJ ,W v- J 'Q ""f ...- -- rw I5 r . -.1 . y .rr "' ' ' g 'hifaiy , -,q V f .ze 3 , N - 1 I ",,, ., - 0 xi Q ' 1 Q A ' . . 'Q ' ' N N ' - 7 x , , - M 1- b . N X - - 'TT7 -'42 5 " ' I V . T x 1 f X - 'A l 'I 1 r ' ' '4 ' A Q 4 l . 1' I '. 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Second row: Douglas Henson, Carol Grady, Francoise Wood, Eddie Graves, Donna Swetland, Duane Peltter, Pat Allars, Carol Sue Carlson, Christine Amy, Bill Shorrock, Richard Hupp, Guyla Hahn. Third row: Mr. George Gill, Jack Bush, Lee Lopez, Jim Dennis, Bob Hoyt, Tom Roberts. UiiEHLSiHH The string section rehearses. Contnnual work makes for perfection Tl' fm.. l Ulllll llllll YL -i g . is eg. , y g bdw, V, ,L ,. , I, , I W' - 1' i ' - .4' ' ' ' 2 e. 7- - ff fl .-'JZ-F? Y- "-- T-'fir ' . ' 4154 'Q 2 . - . X mV . if Ii .. 'gf-sf' "f"' ' - ...P r--' .ai-L" - , A. ' - ,. .' li if s N'-s - a 'M' .is -..- Q'-it - t 11'-3' 2" 'A , ,i ?'5':'L.. - '5 A' ,fc 75? "" T ' 'fa --9 7 s Drill team leaders, left to right, are Sally Flory, Irene Bolandran, and Gayle Addison. Winning a second-place trophy at the ,BA lnluntington Beach band revue high- lighted a successful season for The Drill Girls show good form in practice session. Team, Wl'1iCl1 entertained at home gtlmes and various parades throughout the year. Front row, left to right: Jeanette Soacie, Lorena Bell, Kathy Park, Beverly Beebe, Jean Loser, Sylvia Bell, lrene Balandran, Joan Schnitger, Carol Carter, Donna Booher. Second row: Margie Thomas, Sandra Jack, Glennis DeMoss, Valerie Youg, Nancy LeVander, Kay Phillips, Mary Lewis, Ewanna Tweddell, Sally Flory, Karen Thorpe. Third row: Beverly Hansen, Kathy Bisch, Mary Anna Hightower, Joyce Caldwell, Lynn Cooper, Gayle Addison, Ellen Mylar, Nancy Eastman, Ronna Conn, Sherry Slagle. "TT F l it v x 'Q Q If J.-3 Q.-wr, in IP GC' is ,' ' 'Q-'-iv 37" . ".-- ' rv v - - iw' -1- ic W- ' M we + "as 90.7-. I F IIAU W , "if: U .G ,PM it ri' R' Q stiff -:,1"fs-I wfsffjiftf '95-7'W5 153, ,,, J"'+1I?2f.:5i:f5,5'3!"' "U 5 ' "-51 if-'-if?..?"f'i1 .' - 'ff A Nfl!" ,...e , . rf2fi':g,.?wf:'-, 4"-:ff .fs +4-ir. su. ,- ... I- . , . ,. Q 4. 'A . 1-.. A t , -girl ' J' 'O xl., ' -. , " 5' -f s Q . .' . Z - -'Q 1 ' :- G n 1 nv , M' ' 3 - . A , vu Sllll llllUlllE Porn-poms swinging or hands clapping, the song leaders added a sparkle and zest to athletic contests throughout the year. Hill lllllllll .-if M it the girls' routines. ith Left to right: Priscilla Barker, Carolyn Moody, Lynette Eulberg, Beverly Trout. Left: Much practice gave a crisp uniformity to Two boys and three girls combined to lead the rooters tor the Argonauts. School spirit was greatly enhanced by the expert direction given by the "Frolic- some Five." Below1 The girls practice a routine. wl in Left to right: La Veta Daniel, Terry Tucker, Tami McGraw, Howard Cornell, Clareen Sasse, Jnll Menzlmer, Barbara Jones, Shirley Colburn 3 n - Jw if , Qu xi ..- 1, , 4 'C . .,, , , - - .n-.1 ' F - Us Q : -3 I .-- 'w , ,., . -p, ,, ,3 L - .p 'Q " ff nf QQ.: - 5 35 , :.. vw' A - 'be-no-4 w ,K-lx . Y an --'r QQ 11- .. .U ." '2 ' A practuce sessuon' Although few in number the major- ettes added much to the total effect of the pep rallies and halftime ac- tivities, Robnn Hull, left, ond Rosue Ponce stnke o pose. 44-, x One couple finds room for some foncy steps. WHHTU Uiiiif Designed To ocquc1inT The freshmen with upperclossmen, "Hello Daze' is climoxed with ci huge dance ond The crown- ing of The king ond queen, nominoTed by The ninTh-graders, buf elecTed by The sophomores. Over six hundred sTudenTs crowded The Girls Gym for The dffcxir. I NJ King Cecii Hampton ond Queen Judi Dovis hold honds ond cups Slower dancing seemed To be The Trend UT The 'Hello Daze, ' Close dancing wos o necessity because of The huge attendance llillllllllll llllllllll 'Bermudcr Holiday," cm donce sponsored by the Lettermerfs Club, broughf forth some sironge opporel for both mole ond femole. Brightly colored shorfs ond socks mode The dance on oufstonding offoir. Even The choperones dressed for The occasion. Smules ond shorts were everywhere, Check those shows' The coaches were very conservotlve' Some dressed more conventionally than others. Koren Kettering, iiUUiiEUiiiiiiE UUHH lu. A F' ii . we . .lx I l .uwnl A 1 x 1 gf O offrocfive senior, reigned over The cnnuol Homecoming ocfivifies. HUUHEUVHIHE PHIHEESEEE 1 9 . rl I 'Nan-v"' 5 LoVeto Doniel Lore, es fo J Borboro Jon Sophomore Fm , Ones JunK0' 'S WWW Pnncess Bclrbom dances wrth her escort, Lanny McCuIloh. Alumni Jeri Lumsden cmd Gary Greer return to the olmo moter for the Homecomrng oc- ttvntres ond dance. A. 3 Q tl' llllllllllllll Ulllll "Reindeer Rendezvous," the annual Christmas dance spon- sored by the Sophomore Class, sparkled with tinsel and gay decorations, including a frosty white tree. Santa Claus put in an appearance and gave out prizes to lucky students. Left. Dreamy music brings wistful expressions Right: Maybe Santa brought her some shoes! 'W -wil Below: Christmas smiles across the room. Above, Christmas dreams seem quite near llllll llUUEllllE Ullll Under the supervision ofthe Band Boosters' Club, the "Snow Ball" was a dance with everything - games, entertainment, refreshments, prizes, and dancing. The few who attended really enioyed themselves. Right: Students enioy dance version of musical chairs. 1 1 6 , ' i l Below Mr. George Gill hands out the first prize of the evening. Left: Frosty the Snowman looks on ap- provingly. J 4 Above Pretty coed furnishes accordion solo ns port ol entertainment program. HWUHQE' HHH UHHH ml? M ., nwi, .1 W .I I p Y"'f'f7 fu I M Iene Woods, chcurmmg r, presided over F0 ers Boll 1 1 4 ,Ae .a-qszu, , ,,. I I s A 'qt l 0 rrrrnrssrs 3 6' ,. - , X Q-if Po? Perry -1 Freshrnon 'Tl r Suson Reynolds Sophomore -X ogwfx ,Nat fa xg YP 4 1 1 Q N I Corol Thornos Junior S! Above: Students wergh rn. Admrssuon was V2 cent per pound. l', . ,. Below: Ropt group lrstens to promsf Robbie Rhodes. Sponsored by the Girls' League, the Co-ed Dance was called b tt ' Nearl 600 "Carousel Bali' and was a girl-ask- oy a air. y persons attended the event, vv Crowning of Edd hich featured lavish decorations. ie Rice as the King ot the Co-ed was the high- light ot the evening. King Eddie Rice dances with Queen Nancy Kraushaar. Below, couples crowd dance floor. Above, barefooted Orange Show Queen Janice Johnson dances with escort. 6 ' N , Lett, crowd eagerly awaits the crowning ot the King of the Co-Ed. Above: Creative dance to the tune 'Sleigh Ride" was effective- ly done by members of Mrs. Adams' dance groups. Right: "How Come Christmas," a choral reading, was given by Mr. Paul Vorkinlcs drama classes. lllllllllliill lllilllillll Garden Grove High's music, drama, and dance groups combined for a Christmas spectacular in an afternoon double assembly in the Boys' Gym and an evening performance for the general public December 20. Highlight of the program was Fred Waring's arrangement of "Twas the Night Before Christmas," sung by the combined choral groups, under the direction of Mr. William l-loganson, incorporated with a dance interpretation by Mrs. June Adams' dance groups. Below: Members of the dance version of "A Visit from St. Nickolasf' Left to right: Jo Stevens, Jane Zimmerman, Maxine Heintz, Stephanie Adams, Pat Hammel. V s Left: Mr. George Gill directed the orchestra, which opened the program. LaVeta Daniel and Howard Cornell help lead the Argonaut cheering Section. llltlflElllll Elllllll Featured on the January 9 Gene Norman Campus Club, the Argonauts journeyed to Hollywood to ioin in the tun and to interpret Garden Grove Union High School to the public, Participants in the talent portion of the show were selected by the students after aspirants tried out during assembly programs. 11 Above, band members and flag twirlers follow song leaders during tight song Below left to right, Pat Bostelrnan and Carol Thomas are interviewed by host Gene Norman es Above, left to right, Bill Shellenbarger, Janice Johnson, Joe Schwind, and Lynn Myers participate in one of the stunts for the contest couple, much to the amusemet of the spectators. JHEUH tllllllllg On February 8 school employees held their annual Jason Award Banquet in the school cafeteria. Five teachers received Jasons - metal statuettes -after being voted "best" in tive different categories. Sparkling enter- tainment was provided by faculty members. Above, faculty members do a musical version ot The Country Mouse and the City Mouse." Below, left to right Mr. Robert Lawrence, Mr. Charles Warnick and Mr Paul Gergen entertain vocolly. 4 Mr. William Carden and Miss Beulah Gutel read from award-winning plays. U I ,ff .ff-' -ov' Jason award winners, left to right, are Mr. Gib Dear, Most Smiling Argonautnp Mr. Marvin Bates, 'Most Bashtul Argonaut Mr. George Gill, Most Witty Argonautf Mrs. Eileene LoBarthe, Most Loquacious Argonaut: and Mr. Myron Kirsch, ' Brainiest Argonaut' . X 'gi nga. l i vb Sophomore Polly Bevan Hefty does lrer rmpersonotron of the Lone Stronger," Vocolisf Denise Merrnt, freshman, Hower Ief11 srngs Rock ond Roll Woltzf Wondo Mullins, sopho- more, smgs Dungoree Dollf The mon wrtlw me banjo IS sonror Robbre Rhodes. Two senior vocolrsts Shrrley Colburn Hovver lefrj and Dee Vulence Cnrerforn or the Junior Senror show. ,f 4 . 1 1 he 4 'Q nl , J , . IW- A I Q . 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X x FROM DECORATING THE FOOTBALL GOAL POSTS TO WATCHING A BASEBALL GAME, THE YEAR PROVIDED MANY SPORTS MOMENTS TO RECALL. v,- '- t llllllllll llllllllll ,, U' 'acl' ' ' Entering its first year in Sunset League competition the . - Q ---- 7 l 5 if N ,' -L 'W Q g D Argonauts were forced to take ci cellar berth after com ,,,-1 .-Y X us' ' -- "" pleting league play with a one-win, five loss record 'E . '. . The lone league victory was a narrow 14 I3 win over L '-l 'I N Orange. Don Hosmun, George Allen, and Jim Dunivin, . H who was out of action because of an early season in , XXV N jury, were co-captains. The team was coached by Mr nd lu df 1 Don Avery, Mr. Herbert Hill, and Mr. Gilbert Dear Keith g Y 'A -' ,l Montee and Don Hosmun were honored by being se 5 911, I lected on the second squad of the all Sunset League 1 p Z' team. I. Varsity coach Gilbert Deo'- H rbert Hill. Don Avery' and eg lleft to righil e Front row, left to right: Bill Sarros, Dennis Miller, Keith Montee, Don Hosmun, Reggie Attix, George Allen, Pete Altamirano, Ron Ward, Darrell Manderscheid Bill Whedbee, Gary Jones, Elmer Mason. Second row: Lester Brown, Allan Donahue, Charles Doyle, D,ck Watkins, James Weinheimer, Edwin Reed Bud Chadwell Bill Carter, Mike Young. Third row: Jack Flanagan, Carl Lindstrom, Don Linfesty, Dick Arthur, Richard Ponce, Monte Weaver, Gary Davis, Bill Snyder Doyle Darch, Tony Wallick, Eddie Rice, Denny Greer. Fourth row: Joe Dykstra, Tommy Banuelos, Dennis Vener, Eddie Lamb, Bill Short, Bud Osborne Paul Quick Steve Kenner, Bill Shellenbarger, Lyle Adle, Les Maimbourg. l i . I 1, 'Q iv l i Qg5iEEff2s-1 -'J Q f , fl ,A'lQ,.:Z - .E aiu Fig: L31 4255 ll xy t A-me 46 47 Garden O 14 20 O 6 21 61 Grove SCORES . Anaheim .. .. Orange .. .. Santa Ana .. Newport Harbor Huntington Beach .. Fullerton . Total Y' - Opponents ...27 ...l3 ...24 ...l4 ...33 ...32 l43 AP ' - There was plenty of actton for Garden Grove in the Sunset League. Co-captains Don Hosmun, Jnrn Dunivin, ll' and George Allen, it - U 1 ia .4 " - JL, I8 ,AH Il ln Bll C rros Geor e Allen, Ketth Montee Ftrst strung varsuty players, pnctured left to rnght, are lftrst rowl1 Bull Snyder, Denms Muller, Tony Wa nc , u ua , g Gary Davts. Second rovvl Elmer Mason, Eddte Rtce, Don Hosmun, and Doyle Darch. N mrbnkl-w-3-:sf 5 ,V ig, was mn we-uf Hn, -of """""' 'VV' 407' 7' '1 4 5 wzwerf llllllllllllll X, Selected by popular vote for outstanding play in various games, the Argonauts-of-the-Week were honored at the football banquet in December, each receiving an award presented by local businesses. Player-of-the-Year, Most Inspiring Player, and Most Improved Player are the three top awards for foot- gul ... bon. a .Il ' PLAYER or me YEAR Don Hosmun - OVCINQE game Most Inspiring Plvvef so " '- ""f'i3llup-'H nh. . , - ,f--do ' W' ,"'Iy, ,, g. Q, .. f. 2 i , 4. 0 - -qv -' .1 , -wfif ' - J ' 'V - , Vu ' ' - "Q . .--g Jn: ,, Cu., -15945, Q +R Exo f', . g 'su-nu ' ' -0 45's 2... s ' 'Ln " ,Q its-sw .gli J.: in ri - fu! -. 1 , . .. . ,, Gary Davis ak' .,, r m- '- , . .wr .fg-,'.LTf5- , , L-we '-..4 . wp. ' - ' , Most Improved Player ""' ,., 1' 2- 1 PM-"1 1' if . .A ,ure b 1 A HN- K -, . c .e Aww? ' F' -yy., , D Y. A H' 'YH-, .' 7 -. " fi . Q 2-. ..., XXX s s '::l"""' A " .f'-- " 'P 4 ' , ' "'-'-' - . --,V-. 2 . '-dh?" : K' Y' . ...,.5,4 1- ' F: U - , -cn' ,, " ...u 1 -ff- Q' - 1 , A , ' ., A 4., -5 -fm-J -A ." 3 Y ' '- F 3 - O N -- , '4- ' l A- ' Y- ,'4,.- - ' ' i k",,."-1 'Y 2" 3551, ' "'-1,,f5.'4n-. ':-- --- "'."', H 5 ' -2 -.Z , Q 1 5 ,am , U, ' , -1 , .1 -,. -R, , V U I A ? 5' ' ., "1,!f" ' ' 1' . - -.iv .- ...A-' ' 78 Carl Lindstrom - Anaheim game Richard Ponce - Bellflower game V .AJ x' T., 'fwsi .-w,.. K wtf- f' K -. Zu' ., - 2 -k..'-,:iqfm., if-'f . , " Ni -dia 1 :'s1Fg33s.2,T . A 0 Qame Lyle Adle 'U' '45 ls:-A , n N TonY Wollmk fd Sumo SONG Monica Qame as I ' , 'N' ' W-uf . ' ,rl 5. ' .M r- e nf . , 1' . ' ..- , Q A l . , x A . ' . L 2 'fe L- , ' fd ,,'--i ' I X-if 341 "'- , ' 55 ,' Q - 'A Q1 . 9 fo' 'r " Q ' ' gg," " 4. A ""' A ' -' '-74' f . . A . f VI, , 4 fr iz, K- wifi?-.Ag1:'!f' -f-A F'..1ss,- .'F"'-'.'i"'," ' - . ' .. . 'Q - ' -' Al I v ' UP.l . 0. ,, x K " v ,.,,,N. ' , '040 ' - Bill Snyder - Fullerton game George Allen - Puente game Keith Montee - Newport game Gary Jones - Santa Monica game Bill Whedbee - Huntington Beach game 'C an 'Q fl... -nt ,me 1:1 V1 , ..- vg Q SJ E I, N., 2 "Q, , nv,-5 f i-1... F-19 " f' , r.,2'9fF251s 'P' rar J! r l gh L Front row, left to right: Jerry Middleton, Jerry Dick Freeland, Mike Wilkins, Mike Doyle. Second row: Pattison, Don McCalla, Clinton Lillard, Dave Redfearn, Williams, Roy Davenport, John McKay, Paul Stout, John Thornton, Ron Hackleman, Dwayne Higginbotham, Richard -u-M Above: Coaches Thomas Vessella and Don Webgrer Right: A memorable moment from the Samq Ana tussle. v h ll Larr Chris'ensen Pete Ulyatt Bob Wick, Crow, Ernie Nagamatsu, Ron Grayum, Jim Mitc e , y . , , John Cowert, AI Ayala, Wally Jones, Ray Ponce, Frank Chester, Benny Gomez, Jack Wayne Hosack Third row: Dee DuFault, Jim Katsuda, Dick Youngbloom, Dennis Hamer, Joe Torres, Fred Sheets, Frank McNabb. Fourth row: Mike Slagle, Frank an Granados, Wally Wasinack, Larry Hart, HHH Captained by Mike Slagle and Clinton Lillard, and Gaetano, Ray Alvarado, D coached by Mr. Don Webster and Mr. Thomas Vesgellq the "B" football Team finished their first Sunset League Season in Third Pl0Ce, Winning three and losing Three, B ig enny Gomez was chosen the most valuable player for , . 1 , ,W his fine playing throughout the gegson- 1 , 0 T A... J' l I . X , I . s m I . , -4 ' 'lull nm In I I wif' 5 rf'-' HAL Clinton Lil ke Siogle, Co-C0Pl0ln lflfd, Co-captain M1 SCORES Garden Grove Opponents O ....... . Anaheim . .... 27 26.. .. Orange . .. O l9.. .... Santa Ana .. .. 6 V7 . . Newnort Harbor . . . . .6 12. . . Huntington Beach .. ..l3 U.. .. ruiierton .... . . .32 1 Y Benny Gomez 69 Total 84 ov , a., " vs. Most Valuable Player Q05- 'VA .-.,,-. ..a. -, f' - .A ,A-- - ,. ,haw f , . -, . - ,.V , , - +1-'-'11 - .ww ik- f "1-VF --' . -- ,. -'fi' " ,KL ' fa-' . .25-rj? ' " l "v.,.g,..' - -+..- 31 -f v -'+".?f"' . - - , L... -.-.3 i.. ,,K'i:v.,. JV, -vw . ,vA.,.-tjrjfwy. hu.,-. ,.'. I. 5 ' 1?AL'.:H . ZH' .ara-:,..L,l-1L..fid,:,: ,,'-fqvflxrgif... -.Hip :T...,.b5.i7Lt.s, . :K vi Y Fifi. 1 vt:-h A v .I ...- I 'V " 'L'-' ' ': f"1...' ' ' .M lf? - "A " -T""'1"' V+- .1-'AZ 4- '- 'br -f' " - - ' "' ' 1 " .Q-.w rx-'0.::'s 'F '-'M - . A. . ., . ,- ,-. - . ..--ifxisvl -A .... Singled out for outstanding play by the coaches were the following players. Front row, left to right: Jerry Middleton, Pete Ulyatt, Dave Redfearn, Paul Stout, Frank Chester, Clinton Lillard, Dick Freeland, Benny Gomez. Second row: Ray Ponce, Dee DuFault, Ron Grayum, Frank Thornton, Mike Doyle, Don McCalIa, Mike Wilkins, Mike Slagle, Ernie Nagamatsu. WE" lllllllll A 5, Under the direction of Coach William Slingsby and Captain 1, Bob Baldridge, the "Little Argonauts" lost five games and """ won over Orange 19-O. John Van Dyke was selected out- standing linemen of the year, while John Dobson was chosen the outstanding back ofthe year. coach William Slif19SbY Front row, left to right: Brian Peterson, Phil Kappler, Leon Brawley, Fred Bacerra, Jerry Groom, Ernie Musseman, Harry Lake, Kenny Hannum, Danny Flanagan. Second row: Bob Kinsey, Charles Amling, Eddie Rothenberger, Dennis Rosene, Jay Graham, John Dobson, Bob Baldridge, Leland Milburn, Jim Burns. Flanagan. l is gi Third row: Tom Carlon, John Van Dyke, Walter Kit, Vern Mensimer, Fred Lawhon, Donald Buroker, John Miller, Julian Velasquez, Dennis n I 1 r 1 - Garde EEUH n Grove Opponents O. . . Anaheim .. .. 42 O ..... Santa Ana ..... I3 14 19 ...... 45 a-A - w EE , 4 Orange... ..O 9, ... Newport Harbor ...26 N 3 Q- - .J 6.. Huntington Beach ..12 ' 1-f--0' I '- ' 6 ...... Fuilerton .. ...26 -. '2 5 119 ' - 7' ' , I ' - . I Ygxl 'vf . ' "-.LQ V . J ' v 9' . -. -. - 'Els W .. 3' 'Ll' r-T'f- :"x1-.--'f'-5"A: J ' f'N-wr-'af-f ...pf f..1mfgSsv::f,1t-.'.3?'.p.."LT4"-N 1 J- .A V,-g,-7 x - x , ....V - - . K l - a 1 ICAO' 'Q Qx O Is' . x . Captain Sl Sl f4 4- l- ,,,?n0,tl,gi' 1 " '.-5-In K' A - ,, . - 'bf a"'- fl: f 1. 'sb-m'9 x gg.. .Q Q v . John Von Dyke John Dobson utstandung Linesmon Outstandmg Buck Bob Baldrndge .Ai , V . s ' 'V '- ...- K., "Cs" ictured above are lleft to righftr JO we -5'-' ' ff--'t 1 .- " .wr L k l J l'gn Velas- V D ke Eddie Rothenberger, Leon Brawley. H'-TUV LG e ul h on , n Y jeff Groom. E ' Mussemarl. Y First-string 'P d 1 Fred Bacerro, John D0bS0"'f 'me Q uez Bob Boldndge, John Muller. Secon 'OW 83 Vllllllll lllllllllllllll - ,..4-il The 1956 Argonaut varsity played good basketball, but ' couldnt quite push in the few points that separated them from wins in several games. High point ot the season was a 77-45 victory over the Anaheim Colonists. Coach Allen W6llS Gary Davis led the tearn, both as captain and high point man. Mr. Allen Wells coached the varsity, which ended the season tied for cellar position, "" Captain Gary Davis lumps for ball against Newport Front, left to right, Frank Thornton, Bob Rodine, Dick Montague, Tom Dokter Eddie Rice Second Mike Davis, manager John Harl Dan Gaines, Gary Davis, Billy Calliham, Larry Murray, Coach Allen Wells if Bob Qodme Go rden 39,. 'Z' 37.. 46.. 36.. Dick MOUTOQUE 545 42 ........... 52 .,.......... 42 49... 77... 40... 42... 43 Gary Davis Captain FIRST TEAM SCORES Grove Opponents Anaheim ........... 54 Orange ............ 57 .. . Huntington Beach ... . . 54 .. . Newport Harbor .... . . 48 . . . Santa Ana .... . . 39 ... Fullerton .... .. 53 Anaheim .. 45 ........Orange...... U69 . . . Huntington Beach . . . . . 34 .. . Newport Harbor . . . . 69 ...SantaAna... ..54 Fullerton .. 55 Total 631 To m DOkl'er Larr y AAUITQY T 'X ls ll, llllEllllllHll Wnndxng up The 1956 hoop seoson vvafh one win ond eleven losses, Cooch Mel SoThc1n's JV boskefeers ploced lost rn The hnghly cornpetmve Sunset Leogue. Srcxndoufs on The Teorn were Delrncxr Former, Eorl ChnTon, cxnol Bob Bollevv with their consfont oufsfondrng ployung. 2 Bob Bollevv Copfoin Frow l T 1.2 right Delmar Former Les Mczlmloourg Dove Reuchert Eorl Clnnton Second Coach Mel Sorhon Jerry Dcvs Bob Bnllevv Cnlvln ll! llllllllllllll oached by Mr. Wrllram Slmgsby, The Argo B hoopmen ade The:r rnmal clebuT ID The SunseT League This year and ad a rough go of rr, endmg The season wrTh a 4 Win-8 loss ecard. STaholouTs were Jim Semon, Ron Sisel, and Bob ambom, who were broughT down from The JV Team To :cl The B s ThroughouT league compeTiTlon and were ouT- Tcmdmg scorers. Alex Jamison CapTair1 From, left To rrghr Gary Krdd, Jrm Semon, Ray Alvarado Larry HGTV C ucrr Vlfrllrom blrngsby Scrond Ran Srsel Poberv Cfrmbom Don Chrrsrcznsen, Gordon Rerd, Jan Dovus Alex Jarmson Bob Fowler isa.-mis.. Above, Ernie Mussemrin sinks ri lump shot in the Santo Ano gome. ll!! llllllllllillll Led by Coptoin Robert Yoshioko, the Argo UC" quintet finished their initidl yeor in the Sunset League with on 8 win-A loss record, the best ol ciny Gorden Grove High bcxsketboll tecnm. The "Little Argonouts' lost to Ano- heim ond Fullerton twice edch, but mowed dovvn every other teom in sight ond provided mdny exciting mo' ments such os Ernie Nlussemdns sinking ci lump shot with less thcin o second Iett in rin overtime period to becit Sdntci And, ond Yoshiokds tying up that gcime in regulation time with ci hciltfcourt push shot. .,M,.w,ww- """""' ps. Robert Yoshiokd Coptdin Front, left to rightz Dove Miller, Mike Doyle, Ernie Mussemon, Benny Gomez, Robert Yoshiokc, Second Couch Don Webster, Fred Lowlion, Mike Wilkins, Gcxry Steres, Jim Muhovich, Jerry Wilcox 'Cf' ,. Q, 4' 3 va, A ,M WPI? L Y" ' Flfllkg A In .-it - """"1-"""-'- -,, .. N f Q ' 2 Front, left to right: Louis Bowles, Jerry Bowles, Lynn Wariner, Mike Warner, Tom Edwards, Gene Luber, Cliff Holkestad, Kim Law, Dennis Miller, Tom Perry, Martin Minth. Second: John Juniel, Ron Campbell, Chester Stites, Pete Davis, Bill Hanning, John Miller, Larry Anderson, Fletcher Newlad, Bruce Siriani, Wayne Walters. Third: Sam Harrison, Roger Galligan, Bob Waffle, Jack Bush, Don Charle, Marlow Clark, Dave Schooling, Mike Howard, Charles Baccus, Norman Ahlquist. Left: Captains and outstanding players, left to right, Fletcher Newland, Ron Campbell, Roger Galligan, Sam Harrison, John Miller, Gene Luber. Coach Alan Musil introduced water polo to Garden Grove High for the first time this year. As the initial water polo team, the Argonauts played a rough sched- ule and completed their season winless. Although high in spirit and low in victories, they kept on making im- provements in their ability. Coach Musil is looking for- ward to a more experienced Team next year. AJ? Q-15: I Below: A practice session in the local pool. A a 31 wi' if ' ,,, . ' I . -,nn A +L All JV's on the starting line. 5 p., - -, .3-ff-ls. . .-yrs. ., . .nf MM! Bill Whedbee and Bob Cooper lumbering up before race Led by Coach .lack Schumaker, the Cross Country team placed third in the Sunset League. In the dual meets, the varsity lost only to Newport Harbor. Bob Cooper, number one man for the Argonauts, was quite consistent in his running and usually placed first. The Argos gained much respect from the other teams, both for their ability and their diligence. .QC Y, 4 Fr? V fwh- Front, left to right: Gordon Reno, Joe Fedor, Mike Ellis, Bren DeBoer Dave Lewis John Van Dyke Gary Young Second Julian Velasquez Leon Brawley Bob Baldridge, John Kowert, Dale Boroughs, Roy Kakuda, Russell Fontaine Dave Redfearn Wally Jones Third Darrell Manderscheld Monte Weaver Robert Shannon, Bill Whedbee, Bob Cooper, Bob Denman, Tom Bonnema Frank Pelletier Paul Robles Bill Niblciclc Coach Jack Schumaker 4' , W ,..,.,g - me ur 4, 1 " W dw' vsp-offer a 7 ." an 'z'--A? ,fv- Y' gf-4...:M .. V A Q. ' A ' '.- 5-, 1 ."' ,. V, -.. A . " .'N6- T - -Y . .. .. aa.. . ,. ., A ,wg f ..,,, 919 dd.,-lf, Front, left an r.gIat- Eddae Race, Darrell Munderscheid, Ball Ccrter, Bud Osborne, Bud Chodwell, Doyle Dorch, Clanton Lallard. Second: Ball Snyder, Bren DcBoea, Jornes Weanltearner, Reggae Attax, Jock Daomond, Paul Quack, Bob Bollew, Ball Wlftedbee. Thard: Lorry Murray, Bob Cooper, Lynn Scltaveley, Tom llllllllll llllllll Bonnemo, Gary Hoyt, Gary Jones, Bally Collihcam, Montgomery Weaver, MGX Watt. Bob Bill Snyder executes brood iump. 1 Up ond over goes Mcxnderscheid ,L F , .i.,2f5L.r.- - , ' -ff 12.1544 'Jud-L l Bcllew clecars the hurdles. "' 'EH' a t .rv lb?--"N --.4 "'l'1xe,,, A X H. nw I xxx. , . .1- ' 1-L 1 av I 2 L , .., Q, ze' '- ' -:-'?Q -. . -. an . N Sprinters Roy Davenport and Mamerro Scrrno race around the track. Robert Gomboni does well in the high lump. ull" llllllll r a v0"1 I :tu 1 K 1 4' . up 5. . , ' 1 5' in-J T- I rjfftjf. 0 .lf ' e, . 3 . . .-, ' " Q., 6' - - I ' I 1,1 .-A T D' Q ff' rx-f ' -aw ,,. New A l -1-5-I' ' ' - " f ,Y 1 A D ' ' - l "", A . F24 4 - Q- 1 From, left to rlght: Richard North, Wally Jones, Mamerlo Sarno, David Floyd, Mmhael Young, Ray Alvarado, Lyle Adle. Second: Harold Hull, Jerry Neughhors, Roy Kokucla, Robert Gambom, Don Chrrsfensen, Joel Willenbring, Dave Redfeorn, Marshall Kemper, Jock Flanagan. '51 cfv - rm- -ef -f ' J - ' l xfwl ' l i 1 . K-lj 'f l ' Y r H v I I I Q I , . 1 v 4 T 1 rl I u-Q., - -- A-4- -'- -:Q 1' 'L 4 . 4 sa. -f .. ,.,,.,,V - .I ' !...- ,lr 5. V" - -I f- , - vs: l wx-?,'qJiJ,s,. mfxluz bf? J A! ' I ' ' u .l"' ,,.- U , - V. ' ,J , . , ' - I f., f -Q.. 'Wf,3,, -In , ,L N- . 'u-. -, . . 5. V., Al A Q, . U P- I, . D 19 . "' .. , . ef . -f,- e . ,-,, . 9.2. fsfififffff ,, x lf' llllllll ' -R 'Q rf Q -.. , s 3 J 'LA ,,,v:, Q-" ,..,,A " 'FQ ..,-- -ei. -... """nm., 7' V- Hurdler Bull Nnblack warms up before meet, Mlke Wilktns llcftl and Art Lnllord log along the track. R D v n ort, Kennctll Arnold Second Gary l Cl I R rnsbar er Albert Cortez Mlke Wenetta Earl Nortlucutt, Kenny Hannom, oy a e p Front, lei. to rlgtt wares cm g , , R l't d Hardin Tlnrd' Johnny Dobson Dowd Channel, Young, Blll Nrblack, Jlm Mltchell, Frank Chester, Ronald Buroker, James Proftttr, Dennus Flanagan, tc ar g Julrqn Velesquez, Joe Fedor, Bull Brown Jolwn Mlller, Ronald Mnlls Make W-lklns, Bob Baldrrdge 1' l 1 K l , Q g l ' ' g l , . s 4 4 j ' lj r, N I l l' Ill - l u ' . l ' . 5 0 r l ' -. l ,,, ls sky, K , 1-'A .. -N -."':.f-r if ' .- ',,,1gl Jan, -Q ' V . . :TV ' .g,. , - . ,, ' -' 3' f" n:. ' N Q -.V J FGA A.':"f"':. ,,.,.f in 3 ylaivlt -..X - s - . ,W I 4? I t Z I ua T . l L w ' . - wg. "' " .c "Iv-1- . " ' ' ...wif-'lgb:"' f"' zeal-2 'K --1 ' 4 o .A ,'-- , If f A ", I 4 X I .X!Nv"'f"'1'f: I M. I . l 4 'H 5 A- - -sw --'q . .-1. ,X 4, 4 I 'a 4 "fx . .ps . From, left to rught. Roy DeWalt, George d T Dokter, Steve Kenner, Jlm Gulbert, Wolly Wosmek. Gerolo Bro y, om ,,,,..-f'- Y ---Ln-J Above: Out or home! Fulsom slides, but Allen mobs him, Below: Strike! Doyle masses os Brody catches. 3 D H smun, Mlchuel Doyle, Second: Charles Doyle, Allen, l-lorry Fulsom, Mike Slczgle, Mox liclcering, on o llllllEllH lllllllllll 1,-V 4. 1 l . l l in my l ' Q 1 l J.l 1.444-' -Jw -- .. Q 'UK 111 -ul J 5 .. 5 - - 1, A , . get it-' . ?'f,'.f. :Z ,V -f' '. , 'PJ . N,- f . A .r. t ,- , H .1 -,gf Front, left to rnght1 Frank Thornton, Benny Gomez, Benny Sarno, Ernne Mussemart, Larry Hart, Ted Just, Jerry Wrlcox, Jnm Mulrtovtdt, Fred Lawhon, George Moore. H Q Q E Q lx Second: Gordon Smith, Coach Allen Wells, Jurn Roberts, Jerry Davrs, Gordon Reno, Jerry Thompson, Jim Semon, Don Self, Ron Srsel, Terry Mntcltell, Gary Krdd, Davnd Berto, Tony Walters, Clifford Kuhn. lHlEHWHU HHElHHH, Front, left to ruglwti Bobby Auila, Dave Muller, Harry Lake, Make Hulse, Dan Flana- gan, Jesse Hosrnun, Bruce Beatty. Second: Edward Rrley, Tony Fernandez, Eddre Rotltenberger, Pltrl Greek, Harvey Grmmes, Larry Henson. Third: Coach Thomas Vessella, Gene Luber, Frank McNabb, John Kowert, Lowell Jacobson, Jan Martin, Ed Engemann. , 9 Q 4 Qi" " -Q. ' I , '40 :grii ' fl 1,,. ' fn 'I 7 7 it ,Q X A 10 10 ,Q . -, ., X .,-,E 1 , It v l A 'O f IL' ' . ,, , .cg ' '-Q K I wr I L- 4 :.f': I V2 V G 2 -:E i ,- J f 'Q t I l L if t Y P 7 fo Q lf F t ' I' ' ll-1, - I -.Trx ft r Qt .6- -I I v x 4. N 1 95 ,n. ,f , , -R-. '56 Front ieff to right Robert AQOHIO Bob Duggon Duck Montague Bob Rodwne Don MCCGHG, Lanny Allen, Lee Hendrick Doog Gray Wolter Kat Jerry Parker John Horl Mike Lozc Bob Owen Phml Koppler Mr Robert Lawrence, Coach. o I .W 1 K' 1' ..... , Y 'Q . WWE ,,,,,.,. y Beiow, Dick Montague, first smgles , Y Y: Vw . Second John Kores ii 269 5155 54 ., : .615 ,Y EHlllHllEllEE Darrell Wlrrpple performs a drslocalron on the rrngs. xt. On The parallel bars lleft to righrl are Wayne Walter, Doug Elmer, Darrell Whrpple, Doug Dobson, and Ron Bonner. 122' l'?1'l" Members of me gymnastlcs team, newly formed llrrs year, are lfront, left to rrglwtl Darrell Wlwrpple, Doug Dobson, Doug Elmer, Gary Nelson W It Ron Bonner, and Coach Alan Musrl, Seconrl ldrrlrard De Gaefano Jerry Becker, Wayne a er, X4 Q I- I X' ' N F,- -""'!"".Z' 4 4' ' 'h 'lx xxx A ' 1- .- -Q j,-1 ' .Y-,v.,- , YQ..-.-..-.,,. a - T ' ,wi Coached by Mr. Alan Musil, the swimming team made its first league appearance this season. Front, left to right: Louis Lingren, Dan Canfield, Martin Minth, Charles Christianson, Dave Lewis, James Lambarlis, Charles Norton, Bruce Siriani. Second: Howard Cornell, Bill Hanning, Robert Wright, Wayne Walter, John Hamor, Ron Miller, Fletcher Newland. Third: Roger Galligan, Bob Waffle, Mike Howard, Bill Stingley. Ellllllllllll F ' r .eh 're r ? 've' X rs. l - , f- "' 1 ' x x 98 Team makes big splash as they practice in pool. V, Diver Richard De Gaetano practices a iack- N' knife. GIRLS! SPUHTS I 9 an X , I W Yi!-' 4 O if Judith .IiIes, president EIIIIEI IIIIIIUII IISEUEIIIIIIII Membership in GAA is o en t II 'I h the p o a gir s w o pay their dues and participate in sports offered. Its purpose is to cooperate with the physical education de- partment and to promote efficiency among the participants. ADVIS season '77-uf' gnggrff, I fstgv. ERS. Mrs, Marilyn Goddard Ileftt and Miss Suzanne Potts were sponsors of GAA for the 1955-56 OFFICERS Front, Ietr to right: Jill Menzimer, Pat Schoonover, Anita Decker, Second' Mar- celene Woods, Judith Jules, Marilyn Croswhite. Judy Willmarth - Volleyball JoAnn Lufhln - Swimming Janet Newsom - Tennis E, ll, ll llllllll5ll3lllS Lupe Serrano - Softball Sharon Hein - Hockey Joy Inman - Basketball -Q TQ 'rv -3 . 3- 9+ . ng dl it x 0'1" , gr' QXW I--M SENIOR. Left To right: Bobbie Greek, Evenlyn Nagamafsu, Marilyn Croswhrte, Joy lnman, Jeanne Enomoto, Sharon Heln, Anna Decker Donna Hernon. llllSllllllHll JUNIOR. Front, left to nghh Janet Newsom, Pat Schoonover, Jo Stevens, Pnsculla Barker, Marulyn Hauer. Second: Carolyn Head capfaln, Jane Zimmerman, Carolyn Moody, Anne Carleton, Carolyn Hauer, ijhili vi 4185 -2- 3 qv: f,. 'A . tn, sy, X wav' qi L. 454 .K I' SOPHOMORE. Left to rtgltt. Marrlyn Kanegae, Polly Bevan, Barbara Allen, captatn 2, Nancy MacArthur, Sonia Lerpltardt, captarn l, Joan Srltnttger, Margery Jackson, l lllEllllllllll FRESHMAN, Front, left to rrght- Margaret Macpherson, Barbara Nrblaclc, Penny Bennett, Delores Coats, Jean lkemr, Pat Allars. Second Nancy Kukada, Ltnola Denman, Pat Perry, Pat Stout, Yolanda Ballesteros, Sandra Drew, Janet Doane f VY wen-V y l A Il r ,. KY 'gl Q3 1- Pi X ,.......1-- 1 1 iii"- Sharon Hein lleftl and Sylvia Quick, first doubles. llllllll Anita Decker, first singles. GAA TENNIS. Front, left to right: Marilyn Kanegae, Jean lkemi, Delores Coats, Barbara Allen. Second: Margery Jackson, Deanna Young, Esther Parsons, JoAnn Gillespie, Elizabeth Sockman. U fl-1,-..........,,, 1- , . N . ' X li" vw .ll- 3 . 5 . 5 --- --M' v 1 E ' ' D, f ' l- f ' 'x , " lx' -' ' 6' -4, 6' N ,,.,.,l ,- F -Q' l' , 1 . ' ,. -fbi'-',i'1T"gp 'NM ..g ' ..4 .-.g lllllllS Judith Jiles lleftl, third singlesg Janet Hyer, fourth singles. A t' Decker Marcelene Woods Joy Inman Evelyn Nagamatsu, Bobbie Greek Janet Newsom lleftl and Pat Schoonover, second doubles. , Jeanne Enomoto, TENNIS TEAM. Front, left to right: Cathy Allars, n ia , , , ' bbi Ch , Sharon Hein, Mildred Davis, Judith Jiles, Vesta Janet Newsom. Se Grace. cond: Pat Schoonover, Janet Hyer, Kathy Dailey, Carolyn Moody, De ie use l . W 4, 0:1 ., los ' 'J '31 Q ?,, rs illlll ,, , ,, M A ef i . .gi 'J "lily , ' y 7 A n 1 f KKIAQA 'fffw' 21 ,ln Q WU' I w . 7. .. il wiv i . f lf ii lsgvl I I: J 1 gl 2, 'QQ-1 JUNIOR-SENIOR, Front, left to right: Pat Schaonover, Jane Zimmerman, Carolyn Moooly, Janet Newsom, Adelle Grunder, Pat Hokanson, Jill Menzimer, Kathy Dailey, Laura Wilderdyk. Second Anita Decker, Janet Hyer, Evelyn Nagamatsu, Marilyn Croswhite, Sharon Hein, Bobbie Greek, Jeanne Enomoto. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE. Front, left to right: Sylvia Moss, Ida Lou Teets, Laurel Manclerscheid, Jean Ikemi, Ginger Johnston, Cathy Allars, Mary Ann Gallagher, Sally Hartman. Second Jane Sanger, Linda Le Bel, Donna McCollum, Delores Coats, Sherry Pinkerton, Joan Studdard, Linda Denman, Gayle Gerarden. Third: Barbara Allen, Margery Jackson, Sonia Leiphardt, Sue Sparks, Jeanne Marsh, JoAnn Gillespie, Liz Sackman, Billy Kesterson. 'l YW i.r:1 i 1 . J' 1 as - - A W., , .-www-.-.- 4 ,Q r-.:-t- gf-Q.: 4, V 5, , , .N-. 1 -if - 41, ",'4v"L,, -W -. "' u'rr-- M W- .M 'Q I l , 1 'X -:.'x V0 an C Ad - 4- ag - N - I X W ' ' 'D -' an Q ev V I 2 ,L-5 19' 13, it- cs- f 40. 6 wiv-rl -if-4-f --fs --'M' -A-f J, 4. , - L., L Front, left to right: Jane Sanger, Rosie Ponce, Alice Zandstra, Marilyn Kanegae, Emma Serrano, Margery Jackson, Nancy Ferguson, Polly Bevan, Gayle Gerarden, Second: Fernande Charland, Diane Narasaki, LaVeta Daniel, Sharon Miller, Barbara Allen, Karen Peacock, Laura Wildeidyk, Wynette Martin, June Watkins, Joan Schmtger, Billie Kesteison, Third: Carole Jones, Joan Dowling, Beverly Andrews, JoAnn Luthin, Eleanor Lockwood, Jeanne Marsh, Esther Parsons, Roberta MacDonald, Pat Lehnhardt, Pat Johnston, Judy Willmarth. Sllllllllllllli Front, lefr to right: Sharon Bates, Frances Yoshioka, Pat Kimball, Kathleen Black, Sharron Rasch, Vicki Vandevcr, Audrey Amarillas, Cookie Hernandez, Margaret Johnson, Ida Lou Teets. Second: Annette Wheeler, Dixie Allen, Sue Sherman, Pat Perry, Ginger Johnston, Carol Fudge, Yolanda Ballesetros, Loretta Black, Sharon Porter, Third' Wanda Nlarkwell, Helen Singletary, Marcia Heyl, Katlnyne, Quigley, Mimi Dumm, Sherry Pinkerton, Janet Doane, Mylene Watkins, Holly Lanyon, Judie Branch. Tl -"-"M--r'-""'--' 1 I n N P as "' abs .J if +G- 5 lllll I' F ' - K 'X 7 ' A' 1' :P E. I it L to li , slr K.: ...4.. .,,,,,. , e-- ' k-L.. l AV' "6 f Y x x,4 il ll M ret Mac herson, Barbara Niblack. Second1 Ida . C , arga P , From' 'eh to right' Com' Sue Carlson! POT Aumsl Jean Ilqemlllnclnnil Mgallleglglos Dmxie Allen. Thnrd1 Linda Le Bel, Pat PerrYf Laurue Lon Teets, Lmda Narasakl, Sandra Drew. NUVWCY Dowmg' can G S Matthews. Newman, Delores Coats, Rosanne MY5llOmf Palsy Stewart' ue llllllllllll .J ' A . uagntk -ll L. Front, left to rnght Anna Decker, Ellen Kane ae, Pat S h l g c oonover, Jill Menzimer, Janet Newsom, June Watlans, Laura Wnlderdyk. Secondi Janet Hyer, Kathy Darley, Gall Goneau, Carolyn Head, Joy Jewell, Dlana Mnettunen, Judy Wullmarth. Thnrd: Marulyn Croswhite, Sharon Hem, Sharon Ph ll J d l l ' I ups, u :tw Jues, Eleanor Lockwood, Carolyn Moody, Jane Zrrnmerman, Carol Thomas, All ce Ballesteros. ,galil l 1 Front, left to right. Barbara Allen Emmglwsgrerlx P Q, Il- T' uv.. .-ffl'-1' Qr -gp-1-.aL ,, Cmolyn Hauer' MG I H ' '10, am ngin, Lupe Serrano, Gloria Garcia, Mar e J lr -- Rabideaux ron own Cue" JOM MU'PhYf LCM W-iderdyk, Adeiie Gfundef. Third. Even ngrsly GC Soni Second: Wynene Mgmt l Y Gray' Nancy Mocmlllurf B'll'e Ke5l9f50f1, Jane Sanger Sharon M'lI 1 Y Ggommsu' Sonlo LelPlW0fCli, Diane f I er. lllllllllllllll Q-- 'x v it ip 12 diy' we ,- . A 1 ,Q r 40' 'E QV! li 1 4--- -1 ', ' J'-ox' 'Q. if G L41 Front, left to right: Diane Narasaki, Rosie Ponce, LaVeta Daniel, Sharron Rasch, Maryann Gallagher, Marilyn Kanegae, Fernande Chailancl. Second. Ginger Johnston, Mylene Watkins, Holly Lanyon, Mimi Dumm, Helen Singletary, Laurel Manderscheicl, Elizabeth Sackman. Third: Roxy Potter, Jeanne Marsh, Mary Ann Davidson, Peggy Coursey, Betty Marsh, Judi Davis, Anita Williams, Sue Sherman, Joan Dowling, Gayle Gerarden. 1? 9' X f.-o . I xx X f '- V' 1 S . N J ..-. 7 -- M ff" , f f- . A Q Ur ' ia ' X X 4 SN ,I V' , , - -'f' v, 'X 5 'XS ,ig v--W-.- Xxx 59-if Xu 455,51 AY' ' f ,JF .J .- ,'1 L. GAA EWU svwmmvng meet - Basketball ballet' What' No shin guards' I Swat TPTCTT ball! -444' F -9 + 4- ' w N. 5 3-.Ki P. Q I ' A Y 4 '-it ': "V ' -'1' fl 3 . . 131' I. . . 9 9-'.g,t.. ' ,s:.,,,, - , .- -2 " -'V--Z.-"1 -K., A .im -44- ,", , , ' nw ,,, .,a 44' lf. EHHPE Ploymg the net! v I 'N 4 Q 1011! . I A . -A 4 Q--una' .104 1 your mark, get set . . r 'XX ,! if , Tug! You re out! M! fa.vn'f" ,CF -1 fi if .-an . - ,.,": gl . uf' f .w . .. 4 1-F41-1 '- J i4l,,f,4,'r1zf7'- . - 1 -+R., 1 ., I lv, 1 lx qkxblf q" Ba - " X 4-.. 1 X X I?-,-x 1 ' J iw U x RX gi 'S - if N. qs: 43 bxxsg : - Sas .ii , 1 D . A 1- ffa .- A went thomwoy! ill! - WHEELS CLASSWORK, TEACHERS, AND FELLOW STUDENTS WILL NOT EASILY BE FORGOTTEN. -1--.-. Smclems take shorthand dlCTOTlOf1 from Mrs Afen. ly '1 4-TN Mu Gruber checks studenfs lathe work T man "M--, Pop Elclelson shows sfudems lwow to work sladerule To be or not to be . , Pm Homme! leads from Humlei lm Ms Lowrences Engluslw IV floss lx- I If Mt Stoddard checks students preporottons for pttys as expertmertt, M first 9 4--4" U T t 3,9 Tengo un libro en lu mano." Mtss Ftrtley dtctotes to fY,.ff 'L Spun st' floss Mm Alt-xcmttet gets student started on sewung protect 7. Mt' Wade Shows students U maritime Intttc 'Q a i I 1 I James Proffltf, freshman sclence cxword wmner, is shown clzernlslry apparatus by Mr. Dressler. Mr Allen helps student wnh drovvung P ""1 s 9 Star consfuntly for tlxree mvnutes Mrs Anderson superylses cooking class, Sludcnf s Iypmg accuracy IS checked by Mr Kelly. E, l 2 0:7- '75 Xuwg xx Btology students seem pleased as Mr. Roberts shows them l4,'.,iW A .94 ' ' ltow to dtssect cn ftslt ab 4-.g 5 s. X Mr Bower checks students clrolttng work. Place your ltoncls tlwts way, Mr Bossltom tells ceromncs students Mr l-logonson dnects nttxod cltorus, uf' llllEllllllll The largest freshman class in the history ot the school invaded the campus this year, f adding to the congestion, lout also en- hancing student government, organizations, and activities. xi I f. t Semegtefi OFHCERS ter and Fred Lawhon, irs second Semes ' ohn Van Dvlte llelll' cmss PRESHDENTS J CLASS OFFICERS. Left to right: Nancy Kakuda, secretary 2, Judi Davis,secretary I, Jan Davis, vice-president ig Terry Webber, yell leader l, Jill Grundeman, vicevpresident 27 Harry Lake, yell leader 2. 5 Q SVSU? 5 QW if so. v F . " ...JF ,N A f U i,43'fia vs ' as A, if 5 A I l Front row, left to rnght: Elonse Adams, Denuse Merrntt, Helen Athan, John Moreland, Betty Queia, Barbara Nnblack, Ruth Ann Ramsey Second row Davnd Lewis, Helen Johnson, Pat Adams, Beverly Baer, Jo Ann Cady, Grace Martun, Sue Matthews, Bertha Sharp, Albert Gortez. Thrrd row Norman Stnngley, Harold Hull, Bull Jones, Larry Tvvombley, Make Montgomery, Funus Luckett, Robert Horns, Larry Hall, Gary Young, Robert Marual. Front row, left to nght- Joanne Sgobba, Karen Doyle, Carol Sue Carlson, Carol Gambonu, Carolyn Vernoy, Nancy Kronberg, Carol Fudge, Mary Weber, Llncla Franco Second row Prudy Manor, Kate Crockett, Sandro Bearbower, Mary Ann Davidson, Jean Ikernv, Mary Thornton, Rosetta Mangels, Murlel Dumm, Melanre Todd Thzrd row Fred Hayden, John Morgan, Jultan Velasquez, Duane Peltler, Eunlce Weldon, Janet Doane, John Somers, Roy Wood, John Chorland, Rrchord Hupp. un?-f ' Y up 8 .. - 5 .. A 'U-gint. 2" -5 Q ns -wi F- I x ktfiwtg ' i W K. 'PQ VTX . a ' ag, fa. Q f aff . 'J ' X K' " n ' V?" .M 'T- 9 n 3 xx riff .fu e.' 07 . 1 nf Q -4 gif' P' X " - -+4 f AV- fq L75 41' 5 55' 5, I 3 AH, ' csv- 'Wo' Ja 5 9: o-Q ,N L r f 1 -mf ,.gf, 1 Q up Front row left to rrght Sharon Porter, Marlon Overholt, Sharon Singleton, Lrnda Berry, Shirley Ballou, Pattl Jay Reddrng Lee Lopez, Frances Garcra Second row Clrlford Hagen, Bull Dennrs, Jerry Dunlap, Donald Welkley Bexerley Rrley, Katre Moore, Darryl Hart, Dave Muller Danny Flanagan, Jerry Pontros Thlrd row Larry Russell, Robert Avrla, Tony Ronqurllo, Grlbert Gonzales, Dean Wrrght, Ronald Bell, Jrm Burns, Torn Hunt, Gene Dodge, Joe Fedor, Terry Webber, Wayne Neff. Front ww, left to rrght .luanrta Canclelas, Alma Gurllen, Sugar Qurnteros, 'Toth Hernandez, Sally Hernancle-7, Jenny Arnarrllas, Boodre Rocha Second row Lynn Sparks, Barbara Prrce, Crystal Walker, Eva Rodrrguez, Beatrrce Vander Poel, Lrnda Sue Foshee, Ruth Scherer, Alrce Cooper Thrrd row' Gary Adamson, Robert Peters, Jrm Klern, Eunrce De Wrtt, Joe Johnson, Janet Lee Leagrlr, Borgre Herrera, Drrk Hardrna, Mrk! Phrllrps. Fourth row Henry Vander Poel, Lee Baccus, Gordon Tyler, Hal Hembree, Norman Olsen, Jerry Mrddleton kr- Lf? 5 Front row, left to rrghtg Harrret Gugman, Sandra Rollenhagen, Phyllis Slrnon, Penny Hoppe, Marulyn Bradley, Paula McAdam, Loretta Jones. Second row Dvonne Holland, Beverly Gaudreault, Jacque Lu Whutehead, Charlotte Soucre, Barbara Zambella, Allie Delgado, Yolanda Ballesteros, Janice Arnold, Ruth Rhodes, Peggy Coursey, Third row Larry Henson, Dennis Dexter, Robert Neal Ralph Ellls, Phulllp Knoll, Wanda Carver, Joyce Wrlber, Kay Wagner, lrene Gardner, Carole Hale, Jay Graham, Bolo Hugo, Woody Butte-rfreld. Front row, left to rrght: Joan Studdard, Gaul Lane, Bernadette Kaopuula, Rose Mary Duarte, Mrrram Stanton, Nrla Lmdsey, Louuse Wermer Ann Danrels. Second row, Charles Lee, Eddie Adamson, Francrs Tomonellu, Glenn Sparks, Sharon Gerke, Sharon Wheeler, Ernest Snmms Joaguln Serrano, Joe Torres, James Pfexfer, Jerry Murdock. Thurd row: Roberl Ramirez, Gary Steres, Don Byerly, Fred Kelly, Donald Wall Jerry Brown, Bob Matson, Jerry Burton, Franlae Palomrno, Rrchard Davrs, Aurelro Castaneda, James Proffntt, Rudy Valle, Davrd Jones. Front row, left to rrghtg Januce Wtllnams, Joann Baker, Pat Sanford, Lunda Clanton, Arlene Mastergeorge, Rena Sparks, Pat Shurley, Carmen Rocha. Second row' Jack Lnsor, Bob Kono, Arnold Ruecker, Ruchard Levutskr, Frank Wlllnams, Louus Llngren, Larry Szczerhowucz, Trevor Auken, Joe Vasquez, Darrell Wagner. Thtrd row: Bob Mather, Gary Westenberger, Mxke Lopera, Tony Fernandez, Leo Morones, Freddre Amnnllas, Jesse Rtyera, Frankle Sanchez, Tommy Horton, Jerry Vernoy, Larry Love, Ronnne Frey, Bud Stephenson, Tom Hancock Front row, left to nght- Nancy Mower, Lots Kunnaman, lda Lou Teets, Kathleen Black, Jerry Ann Cavender, Shesla Bentz, Kathy Gnbbs, Carol Crawford Second row. Janlce Barnett, Kathryne Qulgley, Annette Wheeler, Mylene Watkuns, Holly Lanyon, Laurue Newman, Ruth Claypool, Glorra Arthur. Thrrd row Donna Payne, Sandra Plate, Geraldtne Bell, Mary Coppock, Nancse Gage, Jud: Branch, Vnrgnnua Haney, Judu Davns Kay Frllmore. Fourth row- John Gwynne, Johnny Kowert, Tom Peery, Kenneth Cole, Wally Jones, Robert Murray, Rrck Campbell, Bob Hasty, 7' nl' are is Cf' Front row, left to rlght- Dlxue Rlsner, Marcra Nrxon, Peggy O'Nerl, Elnzabeth Haggard, Nancy Stromlund, Susve Hogan, Louvulla Hzclcman Second row Bully Elseman, Steve Clarke, Jesse Hosmun, Bob Hoyt, Eddue Graves, Tom Roberts, Ken Bennett, Brll Ormsby, Jerry Groom, Phrl Kappler. Thncl row: Jrmmy Baker, Mlke Mayberry, John Halvorson, Cornelzo Moreno, Ernre Buntroclc, Wesly Smale, Dan Collier, Ray Ponce, Jrm Muhovrch, Doug Gray. Fourth row: Charles Thomas, Drck Graves, James Howell, Richard La Rue, Vance Long, Phil Greek, Ketth Davus, Johnny Druuw, Jan Davis. Front row, left to rrght Linda Campbell, Anna Boysel, Nancy Kalcuda, Gay Wlltsey, Kathryn Stas, Vrrgunua Kenner, Sue Cross, Pat Prtce Second row Lorena Conn, BlllreJo Tucker, Beverly Wrlllams, Susan Michaels, Lnnda Hyknll, Roberta Young, Jerry Lynne Schuller, Anrta Wnlluams Judy Harrow. Thlrd row. Scott Outenhoeter, Lynn Warlner, Curtrs Trerchler, Gary Buble, Sandy Parrrs, Lana Werner, Betty Marsh, Rush Faber, Robert Allard, Stuart Lehman, Douglas Henson Fourth row Edward Rrley, Lowell Jacobson, Fred Lawhon, Jlnx Berkey, Donald Davns, Jerry Crowe, John Taylor, Ronald Sadler, Chrrs Brady, Arlen Lepel. 4 I5 "fl G ' 4 Front row, left to rtght Dtxre Allen, Rosanne Mystrom, Evelyn Cayanaugh, Ann Van Beek, Joy Carra, Shrrley Foley, Mary Joan Stueva, Paultne Lodwrg. Second row Roy Stovall, Allan Locke, Luls Boules, Marcerra Savage, Loretta Black, Lareen Carson, Patrtcra Wtlson, Robert Bell, Duck Walters. Thtrd row Don Edwards, Jerry Qutck, Davld Mrttrtck, Mtke Lytken, Dean Grablv, Arthur Butts, Nod Johnson, lfarl Kraus, Bull Wtlltarns, James Babbttt, Charles Ives. Fourth row Eddte Rothenberger, Leon Brawley, Mtke C-rannts, John Davts, Douglas Kamen, Ed Engemctnn, Mtke Warner, Btll Gowen, John Jrmerson, Bob Ktnsey. Front row, left ta rrght. Judrth Swaney, Susan Ltnton, Margaret Macpherson, Debotah Demtng, Audrey Gardner, Glenda Wall, Judy Allen, Pat Berry Second row. Carolynn Cunnungham, Arlene Sommer, Sabra Elluott, Carol Bostrc, Nancy Culpepper, Jeannue Mrettunen, Jrll Grundemann, Judy Newman, Arlene Pttts Thtrd row Mrchael Howard, Duncan S'mth, Bruce Srrranr, Marttn Mmth, Sherry Pmkerton, Frances Wood, Etleen Beck, Marshall Wtlltams, Dale Boroughs, Don Harper, Davrd Mttchell, Bull Brown, Fourth row- Harry Lake, Btll Thomas, Mrchael Ellts, Charles Amllng, Bull Christy, Pete Ollourke, Larry Smtth, Scott Van Devender, Bruce Brandt, Russell Grlbert, Pete Zrmmerman .-J' 9 was 127 Front row, left to rnght: Chrnstnne Amy, Becky Gates, Gnnger Johnston, Anita Davus, George Canen, Tom Beams Second row Delores Coats, Judy Murray, Janet Felght, Judy Shannon, Valerie Ball, Pat Owens, Sandra Kahler, Sherry Lnndley Thxrd row Fred Garland, Dennis Flanagan, George Moore, Gene Luber, Cecll Hampton, Terry Wennhelmer. Front row, left to nghtz Irene Demattels, Beverly Hobaugh, Barbara Nelghbors, Donna McCollum, Darla Crumnne, Manlyn Reno Belva Wendel, Marxlynn Gates. Second row Dennls OHern, Brll Shorrock, DuWayne Franklnn, John Kates, Bruce Beatty, Bob Parker, Danny Muller, Patricia Black, Randy McWlllnams, Rlchard Behn, Thlrd row, Ronald Buroker, Klaus Mergel, Peter Remmel, Dennus Wnsmewskn, Robert yall n, Lou Lynes, Tom Carlson, Verne Menzurner, Ken Meussner, Larry Clark, Bobby Vasquez, Mnke Battreall, Jerry Vucory, Fourth row Charles Wohosky, Harold Mortensen, Kelth Larsen, Peter Brennan, Bull Seewer, Jerry Wagner, James De Vogel, Rnchard Van Nest, John Van Dyke, Bob Overand. ,., -gn: ,, P ai! 'Q' -QQ... - , L.- .Q-1. 1 v-- -- 'iitm --1-.- lflll 'al lll Le .. me WY: X v . Y .M Fronv left to rrght Roland Wulder James Lamberfus Jan Martin Mnke Hulse Melvin Puttser Don Brewer Second: Make Brownung, Tony Kelso Dannel Hopper Thomas Edwards Mathew Talman Bob Hernandez Thnrd Charles Chrnshanson Russ Fontalne, Pete Davns, Henry Castillo Front left to rrght Ruta Allen Carol Dunbar Elaine Danlelson Helen Srnglefary Mollle Cruz Carol Anderson Carol Lewis Second: Barbara Ray Laurel Manderscheud Mary Jane Hukull Susan Clark Lnnda Bayne Mary M Clark Third Elzlclo Rocha Margaret Johnson Sally Espuno, ii. na., Asvw f Osh, these rests c e P I' 1 i Mp, Um fuer To gm away 1. ,Z . YQXQ X . v .4 Make up work F' 1. v 2,. ? 4 I yy... VII. , vu- X. Y p 1 f,-si 1" al " . Q , :-'V'-'.' ' Q fafwf-" .- 4 .-.gf null lv 5 It-if 1-'. ' 4 41 " ' ' .X JUN' C' ' -ff-Q' V. j'Ay 46 ' rr.. .fx '1- jXf Love mor fo Boy bnes dog! V, ee,-Q 495. .- QF' v , r ri ' 2 fi R s .4 ,fx .,..-, x A-A ff. ar: N, l Two shy sophomores' Rs 1' " X f, ' C . ns. I . x ' : ' X rg: . rwght, let s have some servnce' 52 'Q ,tins i ga tif'-. lies CLASS OFFICERS Mary Colburn yell leader 2 Benny Gomez, vice-president I, Sandro Stokke, treasurer 25 Cloreen Sosse, secretory I, 2, Eddie Conner yell lender I Lo Vero Daniel vice president 2. SUPIIIIIIIUIIIE More sophomores roomed fhe campus of Gorden Grove High during I955-56 than in ony previous yeor. The leoder- ship fhis class estoblished os freshmen wos continued ond strengthened Throughout The yeor. OFFICERS CLASS PRESIDENTS. Edwin Reed lleftl, second semester ond Duck Arthur, first semester. Front row, left to rught Carol Carter, Nrta Grofflth, Judy Allen, Pat Jordan, Earlene Taylor, Karen Peacock, Audrey Nugent. Second row Pat Thompson, Jeaneane Leeper, Barbara Garrett, Lunda Clarke, Leona Decker, Chris Johnson, Sue Sparks, Jeanne Marsh, Susan Ode: Tlrrrd row Tommy Takahashr, Sam Shorrock, Dennis Schuchardt, Robert Yoshroka, Cllff Holkestad, Jerry Srmon, Lawrence Chrrstensen Don Null, John Dobson, Rlchard Chandos Fourth row Joy Romlta, Gary Bluhm, Doyle Darch, Make Slogle, Walter Edward, Jerry Nelghbors, Bob Fowler, Tom Youngbloom, Norman Ahlqurst, Richard Morehead. Front row, left to right1 Jean Coley, Margery Jackson, Sylvia Moss, Polly Bevan, Marie Small, Gail Mason, Mary Lewrs. Second row Nell Black Charles Prnvett, James Cole, Valerue Harpster, Kay Chrrstranson, Ronna Conn, Dennrs Martun, Rrchard True, Bob Wengel Thtrd row Leland Mrlburn, Jrm Corcoran, Jurn Mehler, Don Ramey, Fred Bacerra, Bob Kaplanek, Duck Freeland, Ted Just, Gary Allen, Tony Walters, Gary Pruce. Fourth row- Robert Duggan, Buddy Hacks, Dennis Wrllrams, Gerald Parker, Lester Brown, Walter Ashford, Carl Burton, Steve Clem, Chuck Johnson. Front row, left to rnght Esther Parsons, Ellen Mylar, Sue Cantrell, Roxy Potter, Pat Wullstead, Sharon Muller Second row John Kurnrck Gary Lauer, Michael Wenetto, Paul Rrvero, Joe Torres, Al Ayala, Ernne Wakehom. Thurd row. Ron Hackleman, Duck Arthur, Dennrs Vener Ronald Perkrns, Chuck Jackson, Bull Bradbury. Front row, left to rrght: Shurley Harper, Brllue Ann Ellrs, Janet Barnes, Tern Lee Ellus, Josephlne Shelton, Pat Srmmons Barbara Ledforcl Second row, Herbert Hensley, La Rue Brereton, Lucy Blelma, Naomu Cooley, Judy Nation, Judue Wood, Joe Balanclrnn Thlrcl row Rex Shell Gary Gorman, Jum Dennns, Joe McClellan, Walden Rohrer, Bennie Ortlz, Art Carrlllo, Robert Cllnton Fourth rovv Donny Nrlsen, Don Dooley Gary Stavall, Jam McColl, Bruce Baker, Tom Hosaclc, Tom Buck, Bull Caeter, Fred Larson, Joe Schwund. " " - ' ' . - ' - fr. 3' 1 L- s-,"'Y'4 - V' 1 f , 6573! Y'W"""""c5"5' Front row, left to rrght Rosle Ponce, Carole l-lolrttz, Beverly Reafsnydet, Duane Sellers, Duane Narasakt, Joyce Potter, Peggy Ann Pectol Second row Freda Dunn, Beverly Watson, Geraldrne Wheat, Beverly Andrews, Joan Dovvltng, Sherry McCauley, Karen Johnson Tlrrrrl row Krm Law, Lee Conant, Charles Norton, Darlene Hartman, Yvonne Blue, Lorena Tyler Front row, lelt to rtght Karen Thorpe, Barbara Allen, Lrnda Stokes, Beatrrce Davtdson, Dorothy Anderson, Martlyn Dannerberg Banrtrv Koppenhtefer Second row Bob Wasserman, Jtm Somers, Susan Reynolds, Beverly Hansen, Jo Ann Ltndgren, Myrna Naflancl, Dorothy Jeckell, Loretta Landon, Merel Sexton, Chuck Presley Thtrd row Eddre Conner, Larry Anderson, larry Scott, Jrrnmy Hosmun, Duck Rorllrn, Lee Rueclcer, John Souza, Duck Rolwvveder, Steve Neal, Hal Davre Fourth row Gary Ronnenberg, Btll Watson, Elbert Merrtck, Lawrence Brown, Rod Galtardt, Ronnte Mtlls, Norrts Flemens. Front row, left to right: Sonia Leuphardt, Duane Rabldeaux, Betty Boos, Rachel Paulk, Wnlma Lopez, Joyce Moore, Sally Hartman. Second row: Sharon Murphy, Mane Matthews, Kathy Stephenson, Mory Ann Knttrnger, Karen Madsen, Paultne Coursey, Barbara lmel Thrrd row. Ken Leachom, Manuel Rocha, Claudene Wyles, Lando Dance, Pat Burrows, Don Self, Kenny Barnes, Melford Harvey. Front row, left to nght' Marcona Calderon, Guyla Hahn, Lrnda Pugh, Phyllus Henson, Jean Mtsener, Vesta Ostrom, Charlotte Wheat Second row Drona Matheny, Peggy Cllne, Moxtne Bernstenn, Joyce Collen, Helen Zagorsky, Connre Rust, Jo Ann Luthrn, Roberto MacDonald Thnrd row Ted Pottnson, Kenth Johnson, Ellen Myers, Zella Warner, Lucrlle Watts, Benny Gomez, Raymond Peterson Fourth row Terry Fredervckson, Charles Pettnt, Duck Quan, Fred Clopper, Ruchard North, Vac Vanello, Sandy Ruvena, Wayne Hosack, C B. Pearson. Front row loft to rrglrt Janet Stfwart Angle Flores, Roberta Wasserman, Sharon Hastre, Sandra Stokke, Pat Mrlauglrlrn, lm-Ona HQ-rmansvrr fvconrl raw Dons Sclroon, Sharron Connor, D XI- P k A aru cnc eacof , nne Recdrra, Barbara Barnett, Loss Wrslrard, Nancy Herrrs, la Dano Frrglurrd Ttrrrd row Mark Gordon, Walrvr Wrlson, Bob Hollander, Pat Terry, Sharon la Fazra, Joyce Grady, Bull Strngfey, ,lrm Urlborr from row, If-ft to rrgrrt Elrmbotrr Sackman, Advla Arsvbalo, Frarrrvs Castro, Maw- Arrrola, lorvna Bc-Il, Carol Frstr, Put Rohrnsorr Smorrrl row Tony Gray, Bertha Mrranrontes Judy Cuvfkvr, Csarlyrrn Kylv lowvllfvrw NNTH Phyllrs Rrrpvrt, Csurcvl Bmttrurrr, Ruhr-I Nr-vars-1 Hrrrrt row lcon S-nrnrorrr Cary LkoaUv,', Ulvrrrr Hadlock, Warrrzrrr Crosby, Mrrrurvl D rrrrs .lack Urarrrorrrf, Jerry Sclroltkrr Fourth raw Roy Hrrrtlrrrrrr I Vomit-rr VV4rrnH. larry Vrnrrrg Rvx Fvnrim, Gary Ttrrosson Wrllrrrrvr VVrl.ivr Dru lyorrs Jnrry Nbr-rrs ,r S ha-.4 'Y ff 4 ... Nu.. "'?.Sn1 - Front row, left to rrglwtg Joyce Caldwell, Lynn Myers, Valerie Young, Lynch Hunter, Joan Sclrnrtger Marge Powlrrnrl, Wrmrla Mullrns Pnyllrs Kobus Second row, Henry Leblanc, Bob Beebe, Byron Wakelmarn, Roland Gayton, Barry Franco, Alyrn Fonrlrr, Jolmnnre Zourlra, Waymon Ellrott Thrrd row Bob Bassrne, Tom Brem, Tom Crossley, Dan Vergrlro, John Ross, Pat Ellrott, Mrke Gallagher, Mrke Wrlkrns Frcnt row, left to rrght Nancy Hrggrns, Judy Stout, Emma Martrnez, Kathy Clark, Dorothy Walters, Brenrla Crawford, Joan Brel Sefond row Stanley Carlson, Bull Shaffer, Deanna Young, Ewanna Tweddell, Betsy Cook, Nelda Shaffer, Clrff Clauser, Henry Novellcr Tlrrrd row Alan YoJng Jerry Becker, Larry Jones, Roland Prout, Norman Prpprn, Eolwrn Krle, Brad Fry Fourtlr row Joe Dykstra, Don Warktns, Dave Doods, Frank Green, Trm Allen, Wesley Wrlson, Chester Hunt, Ken Dean Front row left to rnght Emma Serrano, Ltnda Dodson, Morne Fulmer, Bullue Kesterson, Jane Sanger, Mary Houghton, Barbara Van Ammers Second row Danny Mortunez, Muke Gerrlor, Rvchard Carson, Alto Word, JoAnn Gnllespte, Manuel Flores, Paul Ramos, Jerry Jenlcyns Tlnrcl row Mackle Cornehson, Deon Tackltt, Gerald Haughey, Tom Wllke, Gene Prldemore, John Mullet, John Curran, Gary Jonnlngs, Jnm lulforcl Front row, left to right JoAnn Chulders, Bnrbnro Hallesy, Theresa McCoy, Gloria Parro, Rosle Madrid, Jacquetta Gregory, Darlene Kyle, Juclrc Snhnender Second row Russell Haggard, Paul Mathews, Sue Chostaln, Cello Hampton, Nancy MacArthur, Evan Hunter, George Srrnrners Thnrd row Elwood Hem, Al Fagan, Som Galpnn, Rocky Bovey, Jurn Sauer, Ernest Rothfl, Bull Jordan Fourth row Davnrl Hetttnga, Jun Waltz Duane Horns, Robert Ratrndge, Claude Rnsner, Eugene Hozelett, Charles Wyles, Front row, left to rlght: Judy Warren, Donna Bzles, Joanna Hamel, Mlllle Davrs, Jean Dawdy, Marlorue Grable Marnlyn Kanegae Second row, Jerry Bowles, Johnny Poledourns, Pat Henrle Melanie McEuen, Jamcr: Jolwnson Jerry Heflgecoclc Norlta Hasegawa, Allen Mltclwell Thlrd row. Doug Elmer, John McKay, Dick Fossett, Robert Glvrden, Jim Semon, Ron Srsel, Allen Donohue, Jerry Davrs, Alex Jarnlson, Calvrn Barnett. Front row, left to nght- Jan Stanley, Jean Armstrong, Gayle Gerarden, Fernande flwarland, Wanda Hold, Mafll-yn Curren, Deanna OBryan Second row. Duane Ramallfo, Kathre Wood, Boby Jean Wulllams, Verla Ryttnng, Normal Graves, Llnda Spangler, Edre Newman Thlrd row Lynn Parker, Robert Longdon, Stowrnan Stlnes, Hoyt May, Reggle Woods, Ray Alvarado, Gerald Ruse Fourth row Roy Davenport, Derlal Ohmer, Shawn O'Kane, James Mowry, Stephen Budle, Roger Robert, Bully Calllham. - - - R -' -- E g-- iQ. .. W' !r:gi.g , " .. ,. -s Zigi: ' . 5.4 iii: :1 it TLW: u-5 f- c 3- 1 ,i, --. Front row left to right Alrce Zandstro Catherine Arogon, Pot Gleason, Andrea Gray, Claudia Schnller, Jockne Harlow, Melnndo Todd, Helen He-ner-n Second Sue Stone, Charlotte Beatty, Judy Reed, Sondy Kopp, Gay Judd, Sollue Wllls, Loss Sentznnger, Carole Kuhar Thurd John Bnsnle Stan Bluhm, Roy Barley, Tony Possnloqua, James McCullon, Eddle Pnrnsh, Gary Nelson, Paul Byrnes, Albert Garner Front row Jett to rlght Bobble Barnes, l.aVeta Danlel, Clmeen Sasse, Put Beck, Drone Bowser, Paula Rae-sch, lamp McGraw, Pat Lelmhmrlt Second row lony Ashby, Charles Rarnsborger, Korole Bradley, Jnllene Elluott Shlrley Crosby, Bev Whltney, D1-bbw Chase, Kenneth l-lummm, Law- ihlg-bak Thnrd row Rrchord Bmgham, John Rhodes, Robert Owen Mnchuel Doyle, Reggle Nelson, Eclwln Reed, John Muller, Rnchurd Elvzclgt- Don Ross TES I .- 4. ,lj E I 4 lllllllllll After three years at Garden Grove High, U next year's seniors have demonstrated their ' ability in all phases of school life. The class -A-P 4 f-Q of 1957 will be a hard one To beat. ,QV 4 9 'il' l .YP 'Elf r p..' be ....- V 0 is n "'U!UllQ CLAS S PREslDENrs GO, y Davis, Second sem 5, an Agfa: esleff Gnd Bob sau xtl, 1-. .-...i CW , first semener' 4 4 'S CLASS OFFICERS. Front, left to right: Barbara Jones, secretary l, Carol Thomas, vice-president 2, Nancy LeVander, secretary 2, Pris Barker, treasurer 1. Second: Ray DeWntt, yell leader I, Janet Newsom, treasurer 2, Pat Hokanson, yell leader 2, Don McCalla, vice-president 1. 2 Front row, lelt to rrglwt Slraron Turnbull, Shrrley Lovell, Roberto Hosrre Elcrnore Jackson June Watlans, Ramona Routt Margre llronras Sefond row Dave Wrnnrng, Polly Odenbrert, Lyle Slrew, Mary Grllrnunn Carole James, Lynne Cooper, Joel Wrllenbrrng Kennetlr McMurray Dennrs Hasty llnrrd row Ernre Nogamatsu, Eorl Nortlrnutt Del Molrorrey, Don Logan, Steve Kernel, Bod Osborne, Lynn Hunt, Terry Martrn Front row lelt to rrglrt Lrncla Jolrnson, Anne Qarleton, Carolyn Moody, Vrrgrnro Beouclramp, Donna Wodswortlr, Adclle Grunge-r, Helen Konwaler Second row Brll Rrley, Dowd Savage Mrclrael Young, Brll Boker, Larry Hort Corl Wrlson Jrrn Costerlrne, Rrck Allen Tlrrrrl row Eorl Clrnton, Wolloce Wosrnark, Robert Shannon, Johnny Junrel, Dennrs Rogers Clrorles Hurley, Bull Honnrng, Mnrslrall Kemper Darrell Manrlersclrerd Allen Robrnson Fourtlr row Doug Lowe Mrke Lozn, Ken Pedersen, Robert Grous, Roger Rercl, Jrm Wernlrerrner, Bren cle Boer, Bob Bollew, Dennrs Koner, Don Mdfollo I4 Q 1 1 uf? N if Vw sn 1' AK -9-:Qi ' '- ' x ' ef NJC!" .V f-.. 4 U Nx -'e -1 . y '1tv'-- an 45' ,. 55 91 Q- 6'- T. I4 Front row, left to rnght Anxta Hobaugh Beverly Curttn, Germ Baker, Barbara Gattschalk, Mary Ann Ptckernng, Patrtcua Brown, Lupe Gomez. Second row Thomas Clark, Larry Conlon, Anuta Scrpnone, Barbara Becker, June Matson, Sharotw Phullrps, Btll Nrblack, Denny Greer. Thtrd row Ceasar Beltran, Harry Folsom, Delrner Farmer, Don Cadnz, Ron Campbell, Jerry Pearce Fourth row Dennns Mlller, Roger Galllgan, Early Boydstun, Tom Bonnema, Dalton Rogers, Frank Cvaltardt. Front row, left to rnght Nancy Ferguson, Nancy Aoyama, Delores Quela, Irene Balandran, Dorothy Wtllnarns, Joan Ptper, Naomu Shtnoda. Second row Barbara Peterson, Wtnnre Daggett, Arlene Page, Mary Geclney, Shcrrtl Holbrook, Dtanne Crockett, Charlotte Carlson, Sally Flory. Tlwtrd raw Ethel Russell, Carolyn Lawrence, Lorna Chadwnck, Jo Muna:-ghtno Sue Vtcory, Judre Fulton, Gayle Addtson Fourth row Roland Vrau, Larry Lewus, Benny Sarno, Volerre Dance, Karen Soest, John Kaopllkr, Lawrence Wheeler, Mackey McDonald. Front row, If-lr to rrglrr Drarra Mrettunen, Janet Rrce, Eldrto Vrsser, Emma Scovel, Joanne Srogren ,Rrra Frey, Cora Sue Soule, Jerrta Jo Foslrerr Second row Carmen Blulrm, Barbara Jones, Slrarorr Montgomery, Carole McClure, Margy Davrs, Evra- Slrarp Tlrrrd row Frank Corrrpos, Drrlc Frairrvr, Juclr l-lamor, June Strngley, Mary Anna Hlglrtower, Wcrltrrr Prlne, LeRoy Narasakr Fourtlr row Roger: Durrrrn, Ke-n Bencfrcl, Wrllard Barry, Ken Srrrrtlr, Bobby Low, Davrd Dowlrng, Front 'ow left to rrglrt Donna Jackson Sonra Matlreny, Anrta Waggons-r, Carolyn Lovell, Clara Armstrong, Donna l-lowarrl, Um- Vrruqlrn Sffconrl row Genre Barrrrfs, Naflrno Borrugo, Anrta Ford, Carol Bowman, Alrcu Ballesteros, Paulrnr- Srer-lo, Slrrrley Starkey, Pcrrrlr Kvllogg Tlrrrcl row Edward Brower, Barbara Balrur, Plryllrs Sprouse, Slrerla Stanrlley, Plryllrs Prrce, Laura Wrlclr-rdyk, Krl Bowen lourrlr row Roy Kalrurla, Dorralrl Cxarnpbvll, Frank llrornton, Alan Lourlagrn, Paul Stout, Corflon Reno, Carl Johnson I4 Front row left to rrght Donald L!-Xllrer Donald Franlclun Joe Takahasht, Jtm Schuler, Jerry Johnson Don Ls: Grand, Tommy Banuelos Second row Donald lson Elmer Mason Jtm Katsucla Bob Chrlclers, Dale Jones Charles Vernoy Russell Pobnnson Dale Berry Tltrrcl row Ronnte Vaughan John Allard Chester Strtes Cornelts Rerntles, Earl Kuylcenclall Larry Blaelrolder Robert Waffle Fourth row James Mobley, Larry Chrrstranson, Bob Vallancltghan Larry Mattox Larry Hams, Dtck McAllrster James Tyzbnr Front row left to rtght Juclt Lunrlblacle Nancy Espeto Mary Lou Macras Juclce Mrtchc-ll Sharon Massey Marte Tanner Garl Petrasek Second row Carolyn Banftelcl Lynne Carlow Pat l-lolcanson Lrncla Jackson Sharon Martrn Mary Ashby Yvonne Dufn-lcl Cfarolyn Head qllllfd row Harold Hughes Mamerto Sarnc Leah Taturn Holly Mortensen Stepltante Larnb Jantce Jordan Darryl Rubtn Fourth row Pete lurrran Dan McCalla, Dave Peclfearn Jtrnrny Roberts Gary Duncan, Tyrone Froernke Bull Shellenbarger Front row, left to rrght Gary Adkrnson, Fred Ortega, Susanne Delgado, Mary Mulkey, Ruchard Wllke, Doyle Callnharn Guy Westovev Second row Betty Cole, Kathy Darley, Sharon Madsen, Som Engels, Judy Thompson Nqngre Preggm-,III Mgnhq Krnney Thrrd row Paul Barry Dowd Baldwm, Tom Deatherage, Roy Welch, Mrke Cangr, Gary Van Delden, Jerome Nottrngham, Bob Nrx, Ducky Youngblaorn Q- - ' l : : -' -E fQG 2 : If-T ,CI : 2 1 - i -- 'W -- ,.. ti H 'ste : - - :Q 5 0 "in ,- j1'1- :4?1:,1 -'Q 3 -Q5 Yi ,I -Q D, ' """"" 'nl hi 6 l Front row, left to rught lyncla Brannon Jackte Crarnrnoncl Genoa Pyle, Ruth Rrder Pat Johnston, Ruby Plttser, Sue Allen Pat Lane Seconrl row Jo Stvvens, Rusty Southern, Karen Morse, Dlck Watkins, Peggy Horned, Benda Persson, Dale Crlppen Thlrcl row Robert Gambonu, Sammy lhomas, Dowd Reichert, Lynn Schrveley, Marlow Clark, Gary Davrs, Tom Doktor, Jack Schmutt, Ronald Mrtchell. -1 Q pa, ,. 41. 5, 4, - 14 mur- ,fb fw Front row, left to rrght Mory Correo, Mory Cono, Hope Gurllen, Felipe Rornos, Wrnnre Olinger, Jo Caster, Joan Murphy. Second row: Lynn Prrne, Put Anderson, Sotre Loyo, Alrce Adclms, Joyce Endemon, Corol Conole, Sharon Olrnger, Morlene Sheets Thrrd row Joe Wrnkler, Jerry Irwrn, Don Hobson, Walter Schmrd, Lorry Fellows, Oscor Mortrnez. Fourth row Ponold Downs, Poul Carter, Gene Albrecht, Brll Guynn, Darrell Wlrrpple Edgar Guest, Paul Schwartz Below Ken Smrth grves student councrl report rn Mass Drone Groys U5 hrstory class. 'fm-1 .4'?'5l 1 rr rneon us, too'9 lata ,. .. I 4 5 Z it , 5 1 ,p . I V yn. , 17 ,JI-qua 1 , dll-, .-- ,..:-LW, .JL V-.-.A --V fvf- 4, V 'fifal Just sign the mormors board, please! 2. v . -QT' Q 4 73 - , A A 'D E L 'YP ' QQ- 'R M . ' wpb""" 8 n " 7 1' -4 v ,Dim . ff, -,.- 1 ' 4 4 . VJ:- ,pnv """'m '--.-- ,4 .,. -M -ov- , ' , ,- A . ,--:near A rug -rn, A ,Q cz,-.V r ., 5 Q , , You told me you owned a Cadullac! And away we go . . . What s Mass Garden Grove got that I haverft? l Slllllll MSS UlllElllS Eddie Rice President ffvf' J?-4' FIRST SEMESTER, Left to right: John Huning, yell leader, Bob Lindsey, sergeant-at-arms, Carol Smith, secretary, Bob Tyhursi, vice-president, Bob Cooper, treasurer. li -...I Eddie Lamb President 5-Q , SECOND SEMESTER. Left fo right: Don Hosmun, vice-president, Nancy Kraushaar, treasurer, Karen Kettering, secretary, Lanny McCullah, yell leader, Ron Ward, sergeant-ai-arms. Qrc , -' Z! I . lllllll lllllllllll lllElllllllllE f 1 1 'Q l"'., I A" E if Q Stephanie Adams Bill Whedbee CfXNDID,'NTE5 FOR MOST WORTHY ARGONAUTS represent the top three boys and the top three girls of the senior class according equally to scholarship uttitucle and mtivity rankings for three ond onefholf years of high school. The highest ranking boy and the highest ranking girl me nmmzd Mos Wo:tluy Arguments unrl are pictured above. Candidates for the honor, pictured below, ore lleft to rightl Bill Whedbee, Stephanie Adums, Curl Lindstrom Marilyn Croswhnte, Stefan Cummings, and Anita Decker. .4 , A, , , .. -'fl ,Si-.Elx 'rf L.. ,gqha -vw--rf: A ...yr-: ""?'5'I 1. .-gt gm QI' 'K 'U 'zz'- "ii X N x x x 'ff f , 2'-L"" fl....'7 IWHLHSHWEE "fl- fa-N EQ 1.4! , 325 s , HQ, A........ W Q-XX, J X'3 trQ?5ff Q - ,? . J W X f W W HHHWHH QKAT .......,..---- Cor! Lindsfrom 4 I. -,,, ., is f -f 4 .,,, fi K 5. X L YM ...- Qiigi ---"JE iyf 'W 6 furx 17,1 3 5 Carolyn Becufty "7 WN Pot Bosfelmcm -fm '2 r"..a John Huning HHH l T ffm' s 7 - .Y , J if i-iHiEUiiiiiiiH I ,il X 4 ggi' Y nv -1 - 4 1 U h J, 1 , r , . , r . I r Anne Boylan A -gif Eddie Rice BW Jim Dunivin -ur 2'3" 13 Be-Tiy Jones MHS Jill Aloer Stephanie Adams Ronald Addison Robert Agonia George Allen Pete Altamirano MX Joyce Atchison Reggie Atix Jeri Anderson Charles Baccus Margaret Balandran Edward Banuelos Carolyn Beatty Beverly Beebe Sylvia Bell Rosie Beltran w Donna Broodheod Noncy Brooks Ruth Buck Jock Bush Tony Borrego Weldon Boydsfun Anne Boylon Jornes Bringle 'Q' i Penny Bodenschot Clorice Bordeaux Pot Bosfelmon Gary Bowser Donna Berry Louise Bidle Diane Biel Sondra Bishop Ralph Cooley Bob Cooper James Cooper Howard Cornell si 3? 1 Dorothy Christianson Alice Clark Shirley Colburn Jean Cochran Ronald Chandos Don Charle Anne Chrispens Mavorene Clark .3 1 va 3 Y Phil Cadwallader Janet Carofhers Jim Callaghan Donna Cavanaugh Corole Cornwell Dick Crossley Morilyn Croswhire Lindo Culver ". J ,-, ..L. Sfefon Cummings Sue Davidson Bobby Davis f-A 'nv Anno Decker Q Mike Dcivis Wondo Deoson Rnchord DeGoeTono Doug Dobson ll -I 1 14, Bull Dunbor Jrnw Dunivin Wolrer Dungon June? Dunnon :ww V Q ,qnr,g- g ,rf ,wiv .5 ag-, .. will 'X . Linda Givan Ann Glumm Ron Goden Lenora Goff Clyde Freeman Ken Gary Don Gilchrist Fred Gillmann Russell Foster Don Freclerickson Bill Gollegly Angel Garcia Jim Elliott Jeanne Enomoto Jack Flanagan Karlene Foster Vesta Grace Bobbie Greek Mark Green Melanie Gruber Par Hamrnel Terry Hanscom John Harl Dick Harper Jean Hardy Sam Harrison Jerry Hart Ruth Harvey Sharon Hein Maxine Heinfz Donna Hernbree Lee Hendrick Donno Hernon Shoron Hicks Robin Hill Borborcu Holmgren Gerold Hobson Donno Lee Hogcxn Jomes Horne Don Hosrnun if .il f Kofhryn Hotchkiss Bob Howard Gory Hoyt ik' Jerry Hudson Carol Hughes John Huning Virginia Hunt I, BeHy Jones EHen Konegoe Koy KeHy SWvk1Kemner Don Linfesfy Virgil Lockwood Mirjo Loikkonen Wayne Lopero Eddie Lomb Marlene Knouss Noncy Kroushoor Jonyce Leeper Glen LeMeur Barbara King Koy King Delphio Knowles Korl Lcmier Clinfon Lillord Bob Lindsey Corl Lindsfrom r! '25 ' 1 'Q' Dianne Loundagin Annie Luna Roberta Mahn Lucille Matthews Shirley McAIexander Lanny McCullah Donna McKee Amparito Mesa John Mittrick Carl Meyer Richard Mezydlo Dick Michaels Dick Montague Nancy Montgomery Dick Moore Loretto Moore Jackie Movius Joan Mayor Gloria Murcly W Larry Murray Evelyn Nagamafsu Donna Neff Ken Nixon Virginia Noble A Dianne Nunan Berverly Oxenreicler Ken Ozaki Frank PelleTier naw. an Julie Perez ! ' Rosalie Perrot l Herb Perry Jay Phillippi 1 e X , ISA ' I f 5, 'xiii A r Gilbert Rivera Kenneth Roberts Paul Robles Bob Rodine if Don Rapp Robbie Rhodes Eddie Rice Dave Ritch Frances Price Sylvia Quick Ba rba ra Rea sonver Reginald Reyes Walter Pierson Lee Powers Elsie Price Howard Reatsnyder Janice Rose Dick Ross Gayle Roflwenberger Patsy Runnels Diane Ryder Bull Sarros ,..an Marinell Scoles Lupe Serrano Sue Lin Sexton Wesley Shaffer Bob Sauer Dave Schooling Carol Schoeder Ronald Schouweiler Kay Saunders Betty Schmidt 2:17.-4' N-J wg r Eleanor Sharpe Betty Sheets Emily Sianez Phillip Slater 1? Carol Smith Conrad Smith David Smith Richard Smith I I 'cz' i Walden Snyder William Snyder Jeannette Soucie Jerry Sullens Donna Swetland Shirley Sykes Mariorie Teague Barbara Teer Dee Valence Terry Vance Bill Vaughn Nancy Vaughn Peggy Wade Par Wagner Tony Wallick Audrey Walls Barbara Toth Beverly Trout Suzanne Twombly Bob Tyhurst Af, B. "1" 'il Bonnie Thomas Gary Thomas Gail Thompson Evelyn Tiftle -qs 3 I Bob Walsingham Wayne Walter Ronald Ward Shirley Warren -0 X4 ' Q .RP Claire Wasserman Monte Weaver Beverly Wendel Burnet Wendland x - , Bill Whedbee Ed Wheeler Duane Whipple Judy White Harry Whitney Carol Wiersig Jo Wilber Bob Wildey Judie Willey Billye Willioms Gilrene Wilson Morcelene Woods ' -Q ': , .ng ,- !1"",, Don Woodson Dick Yoder Sondro Young Lourine Zohorsky Dole Coofs Roberto Elwood La rs' Don Goines Lc1Vonne Gerlce Phillip Gohres V,-Q. .gr CAMERA SHY Andy Bonnet Leroy Brozeol Dorwyn Brees Frances Fosnof Jerry Gillespie Sondro Houghton Sonio Mofheny Mory Mulkey Pool Wossermon June Wilson EHHUH SWE 41"-..f Aw come on! Buy o fog! CEU 4 Y skp4 hu foornm '94 rm 'Q in LQ, 7 .:. f-N l I Stephanie Adams Q' 1 f I Emi .Wa .' A, ' nf T Carl Lindstrom Gold Cup - Liberal Arts llodes tics MUSIC Morhemo . e Gold Q C7 CUp ' Nlfllh Scienc Up Flne ANS o ,T-vx I ,G 4- .- 1 Q mf , I-6' 4 I If I'-it -aa , nd' ,qfafllqll fgnalv S ,f ':::::.'wW i .Lo0Y""f"', . ' ,. ' uf VWVVQ, a. l I I- - f , 1 . "-'A' i ff i ' 2?" "f Q, - Beverly Oxenreider ki! ,, Home Economics Gold Cup - Vocational Aris lllllll Ul llmlllllll lllllllll llllllllll 3 R I 1 fir is Social Science Robbie R Aber, Jill 35, 156 Student Council 2, yell leader 3, Commisison 2, Christmas program 4, Art Club treasurer 4, Junior-Senior Banquet committee 3, Tri-Hi- Y 2, Pep Club secretary 3, Future Teachers' Club 4, Drama Club 3, World Friendship Club 4. Adams, Stephanie 21, 22, 27, 36, 37, 49, 69, 153, 156, 175 Girls' League 3, 4, Student Council 1-3, Commission 2, 4, Scholarship 1-4 lpublicity chairman 1, program chairman 21, Argolog editor 2, Argonaut staff 3, Golden Fleece 4, Girls' State 3, Tri-Hi-Y treasurer 3, World Friendship Club vice-president 4, Future Teachers' Club lpresident 3, parliamentarian 41, Art Club vice-president 1, drill team 2, class play 3, 4, Fashion Show moderator 3, Exchange Student Committee 3, Service Award Banquet 1-3, Drama Club 4, DAR Good Citizenship Award 4, Bank of America Gold Cup winner in Liberal Arts, Future Homemaking Award 4, School Assembly Committee 3, Finalist in Orange County speech contest 3. Addison, Ronald 27, 28, 34, 36, 54, 156 Hi-Y 1, football 3, water polo 4, golf 2-3, band 2-4, Golden Fleece 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Science Club 4, Radio Club 4. Agonia, Robert 21, 28, 34, 156 Commission 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Hi-Y I, Spanish Club 3, Photo Club 1-4 ltreasurer 2-41, Bible Club 4, basketball 1-3, tennis 2-4. Allen, George 21, 27, 28, 76, 77, 79,156 Bible Club I, 4, Commission 3, 4, Golden Fleece 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, football 1-4, basketball 1, track 2, baseball 1-4, Hi-Y sergeant-at-arms 1. Altamirano, Pete 76, 156 Basketball 1, band 1-4, football 2-4, Letter- men's Club 2-4, track manager 4. Atchison, Joyce 21, 156 Commission 4, Drama Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Argonaut staff 3, Girl-of-the-Month 3. Attix, Reggie 21, 27, 28, 34, 76, 156 Golden Fleece 3, 4, Commission 1-4, football 2-4, track 2-4, Lettermen's Club 2-4, Photo Club 1, 2, 4, Hi-Y 1. Balandran, Margaret 156 Banuelos, Edward 156 Band 1-4, football 2, track 2. Beatty, Carolyn 27, 37, 156 Golden Fleece treasurer 4, Scholarship 1-4 lsecretary 21, Fashion Show model 3, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1-3, Spanish Club 3, Junior-Senior Banquet 3, Girls' League dress representative 3, Beebe, Beverly 38, 57, 156 Argolog staff 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Latin Club 4, drill team 4, Junior-Senior Banquet 3, Pep Club 3. Bell, Sylvia 21, 57, 156 G.A.A. 1, drill team 2-4, Commission 4, Tri- Hi-Y 2. Beltran, Rose 20, 37, 156 Drama Club 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Red Cross 1, Jotters' Club Vice-President 4, Student Coun- cil 4, operetta 1. Berry, Donna 157 Transferred from El Rancho 2. Bidle, Louise 45, 157 World Friendship Club 4, Bible Club 4, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Argolog Staff 4, Scholarship 4. Bodenschot, Penny 157 Operetta 3, Concert Choir 3, 4. Sllllllll llllfl Bordeaux, Clarice 157 Girls' Glee 3, school operetta 3, Jotters' Club secretary 4, Concert Choir secretary 4, G.A.A. 3. Borrego, Tony 157 Football 1, 2, basketball 1, 2, track 1, 3. Bonehnan,Pat 18,19,2O,21,27,70,157 A.S.B. vice-president 4, song leader 2, Ser- vice Award Banquet 1-4, yell leader 3, Stu- dent Council 1-4, Commission 1-4, Tri-Hi-Y president 2, Farmers' Ball Queen candidate 1, drill team 1, Girls' League Board Member 3, Board of Control member 3, Golden Fleece 3, 4, class yell leader 1, Color Day 2, Scrub Day 1, Variety Show 1-4, Girls' League Fashion Show Model 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Girls' League dress representative 3, Public School's Week program 2, 3, Hello Daze Queen can- didate 1. Bowser, Gary 43, 157 Argonaut and Argolog photographer 4, pro- iectionist 4, Camera Club 4. Boydstun, Weldon 157 Football 2, basketball 3. Boylan, Anne 20, 22, 27, 37, 157 Girls' League president 4, Student Body secretary 3, song leader 2, Golden Fleece 3, 4 lsecretary 41, Hello Daze Queen 1, Farmers' Ball Queen candidate 2, football programs 4, Junior-Senior Banquet 3, class secretary 2, Homemaking president 1, Red Cross 2, Drama Club 2, class play 3, G.A.A. 1, Student Council 2-4, Commission 1-3, Tri- Hi-Y 2, drill team 1, Co-Ed King manager 4. Bringle, Jim 157 Brazeal, Leroy 157 Band 1-3. Brooks, Nancy Girls' League board member 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 21, 22, 30,157 Commission 4. Bush, Jack 53, 56, 89, 157 Water polo 4, swimming team 4, Bible Club 4. Callagham, Jim 158 Student Council, Student Commission 4. Carothers, Janet 30, 158 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Homemaking Club 3, 4, Drama Club 3. Cavanaugh, Donna 158 Homemaking Club 3, 4, Drama Club 2. Chandos, Ronald 27, 54, 158 Radio Club 2, 3, band 2-4, Golden Fleece 4. Charle, Don 33, 52, 89, 158 Transferred from Newport Harbor High 4, Boys' Glee 4, Drama Club 4, Bible Club 4, Lettermen's Club 4, water polo team 4, swimming team 4, class play 4, Variety Show 4. Chrispens, Ann 158 Mixed Chorus 4, Scholarship 4, Bible Club 4. Clark, Alice 20, 30, 158 Student Council 4, G.A.A. 1, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 lsecretary 41, Scholarship 1-4, Homemaking Club 2, Bible Club 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Jotters' Club 4. Clark, Mavorene 22, 158 Girls' League 3, Student Council 1, 2, Com- mission 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, drill team 1, Home- making Club 2, 3, Golden Fleece 4, Library Science 2, Color Day 2, Scrub Day 1, Public SchooI's Week program 3, Service Award Banquet 1-4. Coats, Dale 54, 172 Hi-Y 1, 2, football 1-3, basketball 2, track 2. Cochran, Jean 30, 35, 43, 45, 158, 200 Argonaut staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Argolog 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, Art Club 4, G.A.A. 4, Pep Club 3, Spanish 3. Colburn, Shirley 37, 42, 53, 59, 158, 200 Flag twirler 4, World Friendship Club 4, Tri- Hi-Y 3, Art Club 4, Argonaut staff 4, G.A.A. 1, operetta 3, Jotters' Club 4, Gene Norman Show 4, Concert Choir 4, Christmas program 3, 4, class play 4. Cooley, Ralph 34, 158 Track 2, 3, Radio Club vice-president 4, football manager 1, 2, baseball manager 1, Lettermen's Club 2. - Cooper, Bob 28, 36, 90, 152, 158, 175 Class treasurer 4, Bank of America Award winner in laboratory science 4, Science award 3, 4, track 3, 4, cross country 3, 4, captain 4, golf 3, Golden Fleece 4, Scholar- ship 3, 4 lpresident 31, Key Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, Bible Club secretary 4, Letter- men's Club 3, 4, Service Award Banquet 3, 4. Cooper, James 40, 158 Football 1, F.F.A. 1-4. Cornell, Howard 21, 33, 58, 70, 98, 158 Yell leader 4, Student Council 4, Commission 4, Drama Club president 4, class play 4, Gene Norman Show 3, baseball 2, 3, basket- ball 2, 3, Red Cross 2, Ditch Day committee 4, Science Fair 3, Hi-Y 2, Bible Club 2-4, swimming 4. Crossley, Richard 159 F.F.A. 1, 2 lsecretary 21, Farmers' Ball Dance committee chairman 1, 2, golf 2, 3, track 3. Croswhite, Marilyn 27, 29, 33, 53, 100,102,106,108,153,159 Scholarship 2-4 lvice-presidenP3, president 41, Golden Fleece 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y song leader 2-4, G.A.A. 1-4 lsecretary 41, Concert Choir secretary 4, Homemaking Club 1-4 lreporter 2, historian 31, Drama Club 4, Lettergirls' Club 4, Bible Club 4, Pep Club 3, class play stage hand 3, Service Award' Banquet 1-3, Scrub Day 2, Color Day 3, G.A.A. Convention recorder 4, Christmas program 4, G.A.A. Banquet 1-4. Culver, Llnda 53, 159 Jotters' Club 4, Concert Choir 4, Bible Club 4. Cummings, Stefan .. .. .33, 34, 153, 159 Drama Club 3, 4, class play 4, Pasadena play tournament 3, Orange Coast College play tournament 3, RedIand's public speak- ing contest 2, Scholarship 2-4 lpresident 41, Photo Club 1-4 lvice-president 2-41, basket- ball 1, 3, baseball 1-3, Scrub Day 1, 2. Davls, Mike 159 Football 1, 4, basketball 4, baseball 4. Decker, Anita 27, 29, 30, 35, 100, 102, 104,105,106,108,153,159 Golden Fleece 4, Scholarship 1-4, G.A.A. 1-4 lpublicity chairman 4, historian 41, Tri- Hi-Y 2-4 lsecretary 31, Drama Club 2-3, Homemaking Club 2-4, Lettergirls' Club 4, G.A.A. Awards Banquet 1-4, Service Award Banquet 1-4, Pep Club 3, Scrub Day 1, 2, Color Day 3. DeGaetano, Richard 98, 97, 159 Transferred from Santa Cruz High 4, football 4, diving 4, gymnastics 4. Dobson, Douglas 159 Dramatics 1, gymnastics 4. Dumon, Janet 159 Drill team 1. Dungan, Walter 159 Football 1, F.F.A. 1. Dunivln, Jim 18, 19, 20, 21, 27, 76, 77, 155, 159 Student Body president 4, class president e176 . i R ..', 1 ...- 1 f-ft .'hiii'+3'ftFl is .. -i .!'f71?i!if.1"?GT"?T'-351-'gi'"iv '-1-1--iff?fffxkivili-'li'?tk'WDf'T2'ff ' 'f X 1'- 1 ' ' fi? ' 4-'- 1-3, Commission 2-4, Student Council presi- dem 3, 4, football 2-4, basketball 1-3, base- ball 1-3, track 4, Golden Fleece 2-4 lpresi- dem 31, Lettermen's Club 3, 4 lvice-president 31, Key Club 2-4 lsecretary 2, 31, Hi-Y president 1, 2, band 1, 2, Hello Daze King 1, Service Award Banquet 1-4, Boys' State representative 3. Enomoto, Jeanne 20, 21, 27, 29, 30, 35,36,39,42,43,102,105,106,160,2OO Golden Fleece 3, 4, Scholarship 2, 3, Pep Club 3, class play 4, Student Body publicity chairman 4, C.A.S.C. Convention 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Commission 3, 4, Art Club 1, 3, 4 lpublicity 1, vice-president 31, Lettergirls' Club 4, World Friendship Club 4, Argolog 1-4 leditor 2, feature editor 3, 41, Argonaut 3, 4 leditor-in-chief 41, Girls' League representative 1, Girls' League Con- vention 1, Scrub Day 1, 2, Color Day 3, G.A.A. 1-4 lpublicity chairman 21, Service Award Banquet 1-4, Future Teachers' Club 3, senior play usherette 3, Spanish Club 4. Flanagan, .lack 76, 160 Hi-Y 1, Jr. Red Cross 1, football 1-4, track 3, 4, basketball 1, Art Club 4, Junior-Senior Prom 3. Foster, Karlene 160 School Service Art 3, Art Club 1-3 lvice- president 1, secretary 2, publicity 31, Tri-Hi- Y 2, 3: G.A.A. 1. Frederickson, Donald 160 Transferred from Compton High 3. 52,a5,t72 Gaines, Dan Basketball 4, track 4, Bible Club 4. Garcia, Angel 160 Band 1-4, football 1, 2, track 3. Gary, Ken 27, 53, 160 Scholarship 1-4, Golden Fleece 4, Art Club 1, 2, class play 3, 4, Concert Choir president 4, operetta 1, 3, Argolog staff 1, Bible Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 1-4, Scholarship-Golden Fleece assembly 3, Junior-Senior Banquet 3, Scholarship Convention Delegate 1-3, Grad- uation Announcement Committee 4, Drama Club 3, Christmas program 2-4. Gerke, LaVonne 53, 172 Transferred from Wilson in Long Beach 4, Mixed Chorus 4. Gilchrist, Don 160 F.F.A. 1-3, Mixed Chorus 2. Givan, Linda 160 Art Club 1, G.A.A. 1, 2. Goff, Nonio 160 Gohres, Phillip 40, 172 F.F.A. 3, 4, Grace, Vesta 37, 105, 161 Tri-Hi-Y secretary 3, Student Council 4, Fu- ture Teachers' Club 3, G.A.A. 1-4, Home- making Club vice-president 1-3, Secretarial Club secretary 4, drill team 3, Spanish Club secretary 3, Scrub Day 1, 2, Color Day 3, Pep Club 3, Junior-Senior Banquet 3, Fashion Show model 3, 4, Christmas program 4. Greek, Bobbie 37, 102, 105, 106, 161 Jotters Club 4, Pep Club 3, G.A.A. 3, 4. Greenhalgh, Jack 173 Transferred from Hamilton High 4. Gruber, Melanie 30, 161 Girls' Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2, Commission 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4. Hammel, Pat 21, 33, 37, 49, 69, 161 Commission 4, Homecoming Princess 3, Drama Club 3-4 lsecretary 3, treasurer 41, class play 3, 4, Fashion Show model 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 3-4 lsecretary 41, Pasadena play tournament 3, Orange Coast play tournament 3, 4, Junior-Senior Banquet 3, Monitor 3, Nurse's aid 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Pep s Club 3. Hanscom, Terry 44, 161 Tri-Hi-Y 1-3. Hardy, Jean 54, 161 Transferred from Alabama 4, band 4. Harl, John 21, 28, 84, 161 Basketball 2-4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Bible Club vice-president 4, Student Council 4, Commission 4. Harper, Dick 161 Harrison,Sam ..89, 161 Water polo 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Decor- ations committee chairman for Homecoming Dance 4. Hart, Gerald 161 Hi-Y 1, 2, track 2, Rod and Reel 1. Harvey, Ruth 161 Girls' Glee 1, 2. Hein, Sharon 21, 27, 29, 30, 35, 101, to2,to4,to5,to6,ioa,i6i G.A.A. 1-4 lmanager 2-41, Commission 4, Homemaking Club 1, 2, Bible Club 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Jotters' Club president 4, Lettergirls' Club president 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Scholarship 1-4, Scrub Day 1, 2, Color Day 3, Library Science 3, 4. Heintz, Maxine 21, 69, 161 Class secretary 1, Golden Fleece 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, drill team 2, 3, Homecoming princess 1, Farmers' Ball princess 3, Girls' League representative 3, Girl-of-the-Month 4, Gene Norman Show 4, Student Council 3, 4. Hembree, Donna 37, 161 Pep Club 3, Jotters' Club 4, Scholarship 4. Hendrick, Lee 28, 34, 36, 54, 161 Tennis 1-4, band 1, 4, Photo Club 2-4, Science Club 4, Golf 4, Lettermen's Club 4. Hernon, Donna 21, 30, 104, 162 Commission 2-4, band 1-4, G.A.A. 1, 3, 4, Homemaking 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Service Award Banquet 3, G.A.A, Banquet 1, 3, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4. Hicks Causey, Sharon 162 G.A.A. 1-4, Homemaking Club 2-4 lpresident 3, 41, class play 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Service Award Banquet 3, Commission 4, drill team 2, 3. Hill, Robin 33, 59, 162 Transferred from Santa Monica 4, Maiorette 4, Drama 4, World Friendship Club 4, drill team 4, Bible Club 4. Holmgren, Barbara 162 Drama Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, drill team 3. Holt, Marcille 162 Hosmun, Donald 27, 27, 76, 77, 78, 152, 162 Baseball 1-4, track 1, 2, basketball 1, 2, football 1-4 lcaptain 41, Commission 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, Lettermen's Club 2-4 lpresident 41, Golden Fleece 3, 4 lvice-president 41, class vice-president 4. Hotchkiss, Kathryn 162 Student Council 2, Commission 4, music 2, Drama Club 1, drill team 1, Homemaking Club 1, Scrub Day 1, 2, Color Day 3. Houghton, Sandy Transferred from Excelsior High 4. Hoyt, Gary 162 Track 4. Hudson, Jerry 162 Stamp Club 1-3 lpresident 11, Photo Club 2-4, track statistician 4, monitor 4, 5, Com- missioner 4, 5, Service Award Banquet 4, Lettermen's Club 4, 5, Science Club 4, 5 ltreasurer 51, track 4, cross country 4, band 4, Jr. Red Cross 3-5 lvice-president 5, treas- urer 51, football statistician 5, football pro- gram 5. Hughes, Carol 33, 37, 162 Class play 3, Scholarship 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, Drama Club 4, Pep Club 3, Christmas program 4, Scholarship 3. Huning, John 152, 154, 162 Artie Argonaut 4, class yell leader 3, 4, Co-ed King candidate 4, football 2, Hi-Y 2, Color Day 2. Hunt, Virginia 30, 162, 175 Scholarship 1-4, Jotters' Club 4, Commission 2,ClAA. L 2,TWHhY 2 4 Bmw Cwb 1, 2, 4, Homemaking Club 1, Bank of America Winner in business. Hyer, Janet 30, 35, 105, 106, 108, 163 Tri-Hi-Y 2-4 lpresident 2, worship chairman 31, G.A.A. 3, 4, World Friendship Club 4, Bible Club 4, Spanish Club 1-3, Christmas program 4, Inman, Joy 19, 29, 35, 36, 107, 102, 105, 163 Board of Control secretary 4, Commission 4, G.A.A. 1-4 lbasketball manager 41, World Friendship Club secretary 4, Lettergirls' treas- urer 4, Art Club secretary 4, Scrub Day 1, 2, Color Day 3, drill team 2, 3, Bible Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Girls' League Fashion Show 3-4, Student Government picnic 3, graduation announcement committee 4. Jeffries, Nancy 20, 30, 37, 38, 163 Future Teachers' Club 3, 4 ltreasurer 3, sec- retary 41, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Latin Club 4, G.A.A. 2, Girls Glee 2, Student Council 4. Jiles, Judith 21, 27, 63, 100, 105, 108, 163, 175 G.A.A. 1-4 lhistorian 3, president 41, Golden Fleece 4, Scholarship 1-4 lsecretary 31, Tri- Hi-Y 2-4 tvice-president 3, 41, Lettergirls' Club 4, Art Club 4, Bank of America Award winner in foreign language 4, Commission 4, G.A.A. outstanding iunior girl 3, drill team 1, Pep Club 3, class representative 3, Scrub Day 1, Service Award Banquet 2-4. Jones, Betty 155, 163 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, usherette at games 4, Bible Club 2, Easter Queen 3. Jones, Carole 52, 163 Class play 4, Scholarship 4, Bible Club 4, Girls' Glee 4, G.A.A. 4, P11010 4, Art Club 4. Jones, Pat 173 Kanegae, Ellen 21 , 30, 37, 53, 108, 163 G.A.A. 1-4, Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, operetta 1, 3, Con- cert Choir 3, 4, Christmas program 2-4, Voice 1, 2, World Friendship Club 1, Scrub Day 1, Homemaking Club 2, Pep Club 3, Jotters' Club treasurer 4, Commission 4. Kelly, Kay 163 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Kenner, Diane 163 Student Council 3. Keen, Diana 163 Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Bible Club 1-3, G.A.A. 1, Pep Club 3, Monitor 4, Latin Club 4, Junior- Senior Banquet 3. Kettering, Karen 27, 30, 37, 62, 153, 163 Homecoming Queen 4, class secretary 4, Golden Fleece 4, Scholarship 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, Junior-Senior Ban- quet 3, Fashion Show model 3, Spanish Club 3, Sophomore assembly 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Christmas Dance 2, Sophomore clothes drive 2, G.A.A. 2, 4, Pep Club 3. Kinale, Frank 163 Transferred from Farmington, New Mexico, 4, football 4. King, Barbara 164 Tri-Hi-Y 2, drill team 1. King, Kev 164 G.A.A. 2, Bible Club 4. Knowles, Dolphia 164 Transferred from Wilson High, Long Beach, 4, G.A.A. 4. Kraushaar, Nancy 22, 29, 68, 152, 164 Girls' League Board 3, Girls' League vice- president 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 4, class play 3, Stamp Club 1, 2, Golden Fleece 4, Scholarship 2, class treasurer 1, 4, World Friendship Club 4, Drama Club 2, Commis- sion 3, 4, Nararator of Girls' League Fashion Show 3, Safety Convention 3, Senior Ditch Day Assembly 3, Queen of Co-ed Dance 4. Lanier, Karl 19, 20, 164 Student Council 1, 3, 4, Photo Club 3, A.S.B. assistant business manager 4, class play 3, Commission 4. Lamb, Eddie 27, 28, 76, 152, 164 Class president 4, football 1-4, Golden Fleece 4, Key Club 2-4 lvice-president 41, Commission 2, Student Council 2, class vice- president 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, class yell leader 2, basketball 1, track 1, 2. Leeper, Janyce 35, 43, 164 Assistant Art Editor of Argonaut 4, drill team 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, Scholarship 2, Drama Club 3, Pep Club 3, Art Club 4, Operetta 1, Girls' Glee Club 1. LeMeur, Glen 164 J.V. football 4, transferred from Bellflower High School 4. Llllard, Clinton 20, 21, 35, 80, 81, 164 Civil Defense 3, 4, Commission 4, Student Council 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, football 1, 3, 4 lco-captain 4, manager 2, basketball 1, 2, track 1-4, Lettermen's Club 4, Art Club 4, C.A.S.C. Convention 4, Service Award Ban- quet 3, 4, Scrub Day 1, 2, Color Day 3. Lindsey, Bob 28, 152, 164 Co-ed King candidate 4, Key Club 2-4, Com- mission 3, class sergeant-at-arms 4, Hi-Y 2, football 2, track 2. Lindstrom, Carl 21, 28, 76, 78, 153, 154, 164, 175 Football 1, 3, 4, baseball 1, 2, 4, Scholar- ship 1-4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Bible Club 4, class play 3, operetta 1, concert 2, Com- mission 3, 4, Student Council 3. Llnfesty, Don 28, 76, 164 Football 2-4, track 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Weightlifting Club secretary 3, Weight- lifting Variety Show 3. Lockwood, Virgil 164 Lolkkanen, Miria 4, 7, 20, 25, 36, 47, 75,112, 113,164 Transferred from the Secondary School of Chunkkiniemi, Helsinki, Finland 4, Student Council 4, World Friendship Club president 4, Magdalene, Pau-l 19, 20, 28, 39, 42, 173, 200 Outstanding biology student 2, Commission 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Key Club 3, 4 lsecre- tary 41, A.S.B. assistant business manager 4, Argonaut business manager 4, French Club president 4, C.A.S.C. Convention 4, Car-of- the-Month 4, Science exhibit assistant at County Fair 4, Pep Assembly 4, Service Award Banquet 4, Public School Week Pro- gram 3. Matthews, Lucille 165 Mayor, Joan 33, 53 Transferred from San Diego 4, Drama Club 4, Lions' Club Speech contest winner 4. McAIexander Shirley 37, 165 Jotters' Club 4, usherette at football games 4. McCuIlah, Lanny 20, 33, 152, 165 Class yell leader 2, 4, Student Council 1-4, Commission 3, football 1, 2, basketball 1, track 2, Drama Club 2, 4, class play 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Christmas Assembly 4. McKee, Donna 165 Jotters' Club 4. Meyer, Carl 165 Football 1, Michaels, Richard 165 Commission 4 Photo Club 3. Minor, Larkin 173 Baseball 2. Mittrick, John 165 Football 1, basketball 1-3, baseball 2, 3, Art Club 1, Bible Club 4, Stamp Club 1, 2. Montague, Richard 27, 28, 38, 84, 85, 165 Golden Fleece vice-president 4, Varsity bas- ketball 3, 4, tennis 3, 4, Key Club 4, Latin Club president 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, class play 4. Montee, Keith 28, 76, 77, 79, 173 Football 1, 2, 4, baseball 1-4, basketball 1, class yell leader 1, Co-ed King candidate 4, Lettermen's Club vice-president 4, Commis- sion 3, Hi-Y vice-president 3, Scrub Day 1, Color Day 3, Service Award 3, 4. Moore, Jimmy 173 Football 2, 4, basketball 2, 3, track 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2. Moore, Loretta 20, 21, 165 Student Council 2-4, Commission 4, G.A.A. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Bible Club 2, 3. Murcly, Glorla 30, 45, 53, 166 Tri-Hi-Y Council president 4, Tri-Hi-Y president 2, Homemaking Club 1-4 ltreasurer 4, his- torian 31, Scholarship 1-4, Mixed Chorus 4, Argolog 4, Spanish Club 3, Pep Club 3, Future Teachers' Club 3, library assistant 3, nurse's assistant 2, Argo Fair 2, 3, Bible Club 4, Bowling Club 1. Murray, Larry 21,27,28,84,85,166 Golden Fleece 3, 4 lpresident 41, Bible Club president 4, Scholarship 1, 2, Key Club 3, 4, basketball 1-4, track 1-4, cross country cap- tain 3, baseball 1, Commission 2-4, Letter- men's 2-4, Student Council 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. Nagamatsu, Evelyn 29, 30, 35, 42, 43, 102, 105, 106, 166, 182, 200 Tri-Hi-Y 2-4 ltreasurer 3, president 41 Tri-Hi- Y Council treasurer 4, Girls' League dress representative 4, Student Council 3, Art Club 1, 4, Argonaut literary editor 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Lettergirls' Club 4, Homemaking Club 2. Neff, Donna 166 Jotters' Club 4, Scholarship 4. Nixon, Kenny 166 Baseball 2-4, basketball 2-4 lcaptain 31. Nixon, Vi 173 Transferred from Ardmore, Oklahoma, 4, Christmas program 4, Jotters' Club 4. Nunan, Dianne 53, 166 Mixed Chorus 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Pep Club 3. Oxenreider, Beverly 29, 166, 175 G.A.A. 1-4, G.A.A. Cabinet 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 ltreasurer 31, Homemaking 2-4 lvice-presi- dent 3, 41, Fashion Show narrarator 3, 4, G.A.A. Convention representative 3, Pep Club 3, Color Day 3, Scrub Day 1, 2, Letter- girls' Club 4, G.A.A. Awards Banquet 1-4. 166 Pelletier, Frank 90, Track 4, cross country 4. Perez, Julie 166 G.A.A. 1, 2. Perrot, Kathryn 166 G.A.A. 1, 3, 4, maiorette 1, 3. Perry, Herb 29, 34, 166 Commission 4, Radio Club 4, Drama Club 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, track 3, 4. Phillips, Donna Kay 21, 22, 27, 36, 37, 39, 42, 43, 57, 173, 200 Girls' League 3, 4 ldress representative 21, Commission 3, 4, Art Club president, vice- president 3, 4, Drama 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Scholarship 2-4, Future Teachers' Club 4, Art Editor of Argonaut 4, drill team 3, 4, pep assembly 3, G.A.A. 2, Spanish Club 4, World Friendship Club 4. Pierson, Walter 167 J.V. basketball 3, Mixed Chorus 2, F.F.A. 1-3 ltreasurer 31. Powers, Lee 167 Price, Elsie 29, 30, 35, 37, 167 Scholarship 1-4, Library Science 3, 4, Letter- girls' Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Jotters' Club 4, G.A.A. 1-3, Homemaking 3, Spanish Club 3, Drama Club 3, Pep Club 3, Scrub Day 1, 2. Quick, Sylvia 29, 104, 167 G.A.A. 1-4 lfreshman representative 1, treas- urere 2, tennis manager 31, Scholarship 1-4, Lettergirls' Club 4, Jotters' Club 4, Scrub Day 2, Color Day 3. Reafsnyder, Howard 28, 167 Hi-Y 1, 2, Commission 1, 3, class vice-presi- dent 1, 3, football 1, basketball 1, 2, track 1, baseball 1-3. Reasonover, Barbara 37, 167 Scholarship 3, 4, Jotters' Club 4, Pep Club 3, Reyes, Reginald 167 Concert Choir 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Boys' Glee Club 3. Rhodes, Robbie 19, 27, 28, 34, 51, 54, 175 A.S.B. business manager 4, band 1-4, Stu- dent Director 4, Radio Club 1-3, Photo Club 1-4, Key Club 3,4, basketball 1, tennis 1, Golden Fleece 4, school photographer 2-4, Concert Choir 3, Argonaut staff 2, 3, Student Council 2-4, Commission 2, 3, class play 3, variety show 4, Gene Norman show 3, 4, operetta 3. Rice, Eddie 19, 21, 27, 28, 68, 76, 77, 84, 152, 155, 167 Football 1, 3, 4 lcaptain, outstanding back 31, basketball 1-4 lcaptain 1, 2, 3, Most Valuable Player 31, track 1-4, cheerleader 2, Commission 1, 3, 4, class president 1-4, class vice-president 1, 2, Co-ed King 4, Golden Fleece 3, 4 lvice-president 3, treas- urer 3, president 41, Hi-Y 1, 2 lpresident 11, Lettermen's Club 4, Board of Control 4, C.A.S.C. Convention 1. Ritch, Dave 54, 56, 167 Science Club 1, 2, Band 1-4, Orchestra 1, 2, 4, Variety Show 1, 2, Pasadena play tour- nament 3. Roberts, Kenny 53, 167 Concert Choir 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, FFA 1-3, operetta 1, 3, Hi-Y 2. Rodine, Robert 27, 28, 84, 85, 96, 167 Basketball 2-4, football 2, tennis 2-4, track 2, golf 3, Golden Fleece 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Scholarship 3 Bible Club 4. Rose, Janice 52, 168 Homemaking Club, G.A.A. 1, Voice 1, Girls' Glee 3. Ross, Richard 168 Commission 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Rothenberger, Gayle 42, 44, 168, 182, 200 Argonaut 4, Argolog 3, 4, Bible Club 1-3, drill team 1, usherette 4, G.A.A. 1, 3, Pep Club 3, Homecoming Dance decorations 4, Christmas Dance decorations 2, 4, Scrub Day 1. Runnels, Patsy 30, 35, 42, 43, 168, 182, 200 Argonaut girls' sports editor 4, Scholarship 3, 4, G.A.A. 1-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Art Club 4, Homemaking Club 2, Color Day 3, Scrub Day 1, 2, Pep Club 3. Ji Q . r Q -Q ,r ' Y ,L .,-f .,, 7. . Ryder, Diane 168 Band 2-4. Sarros, Bill 21, 28, 76, 79, 168 Football 1-4 track 2-4, Weightlifting Club president 3, Commission 3, 4, Bible Club 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4. Sounders, Kay 30, 33, 37, 168 Drama Club 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Jotters' Club 4. Sauer, Bob 168 Schmidt, Betty 168 Scholarship 2, 3, attendance office 2, 3. Schoeder, Carol 30, 33, 168 Pep Club 3, Drama Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, World Friendship Club 4, French Club 4, Orange Coast College play tournament 3, Pasadena play tournament 3. Schooling, Dove 34, 89, 168 Football 1, 2, baseball 1, Bible Club 3, 4, Water polo 4, Radio Club 4, lifesaving 3. Schouweiler, Ronald 36, 39, 49, 168 Stamp Club vice-president 3, World Friend- ship Club 4, French Club 4. Scoles, Marinell 33, 37, 49, 168 Scholarship 1-4, Fashion Show model 3, Ditch Day committee 4, Drama Club 1-4, Future Teachers' Club 4, G.A.A. 1-3, Camera Club 1, talent assembly 3, Christmas assem- bly 3, 4, graduation usherette 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Disneyland Christmas show 4, Pasadena play tournament 3, class play 4, Pep Club 3. Serrano, Lupe 101, 168 G.A.A. 3-4. Sexton, Sue Lin 33, 37, 168 Redlands' speech tournament 2, Pasadena play tournament 3, Drama Club 2-4, Pep Club 3, Christmas Dance serving committee 2, usherette 4, Jotters' Club 4, P.T.A. play 2: Orange Coast College play tournament 3. Shaffer, Wesley 168 Football 3. Sharpe, Eleanor 169, 183 Golden Fleece 4, Scholarship 2, drill team 1-3, Drama Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Homemaking Club 1-2, Art Club 4, Pep Club 3. Sheets, Betty 37, 169 Band 3, Bible Club 4, Jotters' Club 4. Sianez, Emily 169 Slater, Phillip 21, 38, 169 Commission 4, Latin Club secretary 4, Span- ish Club 3. smarh, cami 22, 33, 35, 36, 49, 152, 169, 183 Girls' League secretary 3, Girls' League pro- gram chairman 2, Commission 1-3, Student Council 3, yell leader 3, class secretary 1, 2, 4, Homecoming princess 2, Drama Club 3, 4 lvice-president 3, publicity chairman 41, Art Club vice-president 4, World Friendship Club treasurer 4, drill team 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, Homemaking Club 1, Scrub Day 2, ditch day committee 4, class assembly 3, G.A.A. as- sembly 2, class play 4, Pep Club 3, Junior- Senior Banquet decoration committee 3, C.A.S.C. convention 3. Smith, Conrad 169 Scholarship 1-3, Latin Club 4. Smith, David 169 Smith, Richard 169 Snyder, Bill 76, 77, 79, 169 Track 3, 4, football 4. Snyder, Walden 169 Transferred in senior year from East Bakers- field. Soucie, Jeanette 35, 57, 169 Drama Club 1-3, class play 3, drill team 1-4, Homemaking Club 1-3, Library Science 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, Scholarship 1, Christmas assembly 3, Pep Club 3, served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2, graduation usherette 3. Sullens, Jerry 169 F.F.A. 4 Swetland, Donna 38, 54, 56, 169 Band 2-4, orchestra 2-4, Latin Club 4. Sykes, Shirley 169 Transfered from Helix in senior year, Scholar- ship 4. Teague, Margie 30. 37, 169 G.A.A. 1, Tri-Hi-Y vice-president 2, 4, Jot- ters' Club 4, Homemaking Club historian 1. Thomas, Bonnie 170 Transferred from Long Beach 4. Thomas, Gary 170 Transferred from Wickenburg, Arizona, 4, Radio Club 4. Thompson, Gail 170 Mixed Chorus 3, Homemaking Club 2. Tittle, Evelyn 30, 35, 170, 175 Scholarship 2-4, Art Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, Bible Club 2, 4, Spanish Club 3, Pep Club 3, World Friendship Club 4, Bank of America Award winner in art 4. Toth, Barbara 170 Transferred from Redondo 4. Trout, Beverly 58, 72, 170 Homemaking Club 2, drill team 1-3, Scholar- ship 2, 3, song leader 4, Drama Club 1, 3, TriHi-Y 2, Girls' League Fashion Show model 3, Homemaking Fashion Show 2, Variety Show 4, graduation usherette 3, Pep Club 3, Girls' League assemblies 1-4. Twomley, Suzanne 35, 170 Girls' League representative 4, Bible Club 1, operetta 1, 3, Library Science 4, Drama Club 2, Girls' League Fashion Show 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Girls' Glee Club 3. Tyhurst, Robert 28, 152, 170 Key Club 2-4, football 1, 2, track 1, 2, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, class vice-president 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, band 1. Valence, Dee 29, 33, 42, 43, 52, 170 Argonaut advertising editor 4, Junior-Senior Varsity Show 4, flag twirler 3, Girls' Glee Club president 4, student government 3, Tri-Hi-Y publicity chairman 4, Gene Nor- man Show 3, 4, Drama Club 4, Christmas play 4, Disneyland Christmas program 4, Art Club secretary 3, operetta 3, Girls' League assembly 3, 4, Pep Club treasurer 3, G.A.A. basketball, swimming 3, Argolog circulation editor 2, OrCoHi press repre- sentative 2, Girls' League usherette 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Homecoming pep assembly 3, Pep Club assembly 3, KWIZ broadcast assembly 3, Color Day 3, class play 4, Homemaking Fashion Show 2. Vance, Terry 30, 56, 170 Scholarship 1-4, Art Club 1, 2 lpresident 21, Tri-Hi-Y chaplain 4, Jotters' Club 4, orches- tra 4, operetta 1, Junior-Senior Variety Show 4. Vaughn, Bi.ll 21, 33, 170 Commission 4, class play 3, Drama Club 4, Radio Club 1, 2, Bible Club 4, Stamp Club 1-3, Christmas show 4. Vaughn, Nancy Tri-Hi-Y 4, drill team 2 Wade, Peggy G.A.A. 1, Future Nurses Wagner, Pat G.A.A. 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Bible Club 3, 4. 30, 170 Bible Club 1-4. 34, 170 Club 4, usherette 4. 170 Girls' Glee Club 3, Wallick, Tony 20, 21, 28, 76, 77, 79, 170 Commission 4, Student 1-4, baseball 2, track Council 4, football 2, Lettermen's Club 2-4 lsecretary 41, basketball manager 3, assistant coach freshman baseball 4. Walls, Audrey 170 Jotters' Club 4, Bible Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1-3, operetta 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Concert Choir 3. Waller, Wayne 89, 97, 98, 171 Latin Club 4, Lettermen's Club 4, class as- sembly 3, gymnastics team 4, water polo 4, swimming team 4. Ward, Ron 28, 76, 152, 171 Key Club 3, 4, class sergeant-at-arms 4, basketball 2, 3, football 3, 4, track 2, civil defense 3, 4. Warren, Shirley 171 Wasserman, Claire 171 Homemaking Club committee chairman 3. Weaver, Monte 76, 90, 171 Hi-Y 1, 2, football 1-4, track 1-4. Wendel, Beverly 171 Spanish Club 3, Bible Club 4. Whedbee, Bill 19, 21, 27, 28, 34, 76, 79,9O, 153,171 Board of Control 3, 4 lchairman 41, football 1-4, basketball 1-3, track 1-4, cross country 4, Key Club 2-4 ipresident 41, Scholarship 1-4 ipresident 31, Bible Club president 4, Golden Fleece 3, 4 ltreasurer 41, Hi-Y 1, 2, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club vice-president 4. Wheeler, Ed 28, 171 Lettermen's Club 4, Hi-Y 3, golf 2-4, Photo Club 1-3. Whipple, Duane 171 Basketball 3, track 3. White, Judy 171 Mixed Chorus 3, 4. Whitney, Harry 171 Scholarship 2-4, football 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, band 1. Wiersig, Carol 21, 30, 171 G.A.A. 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Pep Club 3, Jot- ters' Club 4, Commission 3, 4. waiber, Jones 171 G.A.A. 1-4, drill team 1, Tri-Hi-Y 4. Wildey, Bob 171 Willey, Judith 172 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, Home- making Club 1, 2, operetta 3. Williams, Billye 172 Wilson, Gllrene 172 Wilson, June camera shy Witt, Max 28, 173 Hi-Y 1, basketball 2, football 3, 4, track 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, Concert Choir 4, Jr. Red Cross representative 1. Woods, Marcelene 19, 20, 21, 27, 28, 66,100,105,172 A.S.B. asistant publicity manager 4, Student Council 4, Commission 4, G.A.A. vice-presi- dent 4, Golden Fleece 4, Scholarship 4, Let- tergirls' Club 4, Jotters' Club 4, drill team 2, 3, class secretary 3, Girls' League Fashion Show model 3, Queen of Farmers' Ball 4, Girls' League dress representative 3. Woodson, Don 33, 172 Art Club 2, Drama Club 4, Redlands' speech contest 2, Pasadena play tournament 3. Young, Sondra 35, 172 G.A.A. 1-4, Homemaking Club 1-3. Zahorsky, Laurine 21, 35, 172 G.A.A. 1, 2, Drama Club 1, drill team 1, Homemaking Club 1, Jr. Red Cross repre- sentative 1, commission 4. -uf sv. sr l 3 . . 1' .1 ' 1 - 'rr . .il- 'L i i ,ii 1 pgy 5 . il 4 E , .i .fit-.l 1.33 1 ,E L. -,j .U .ii his :qi ,Qt .ear 155' if " 531 --,Mi La, ' Y .- is! 1 "7 lil 35? 1 33 i .. .i. li: .ii tr ' ii WH EHIIUHE UW WH EHIIUHE UNH llllllllllllll Many actlvnties are not included in a yearbook because they occur after the annual is planned. The follovvrng two pages are designed to include some of these unexpected and unplanned-for activities. Science award vvxnners Included lleft to rughtl Norito Hasegawa, Ronald Chandos, Mrllre Davrs, Bob Cooper, Joan Dowltng, and Lvnda Clarke, who ts holdrng her protect for the others rnspectron. Q., Radlo KWlZ s clnsc lockey Ken Cotler lwrth mrkel brought hrs record revrevv to Garden Grove Hugh Panelusts lleft to rlghtl rncluded Mr George Gull, Stephanre Adams, Mr Charles Warnrck, and Jtm Dunlvln. of-f ., . - -1. e ,,r-r- -s mv. , , Buffums representattve cxplarns the stores Young Careerrst program, Anne Boylan was the local VVll'lf'lel'. Argonaut staff members llefr to rrghtl, Patsy Runnels Jeanne Enomoto, Gayle Rothenberger, and Evelyn Nagarnatsu look over rlrsplay at Orange Coast College Yearbook Conference, where the 1955 ARGONAUT won frrst place honors for pho- tagraphy. N.: Q XX f. ,4 fm y , f 1 1 X - LY? C xiii' lv Q, 3 .- , 41 , f .4 ,,,,,,. ...C .... V- V' l 1 Winners of tliir Motli Mciicztlton, sponsored by Mr. Curl Powell, are picroiecl irlaove with lodge Mr Abrolicim Eidelson, Left to riglit they me Bob Hollander tliird ploce, Elizabeth Sockmon, second plum und Robert Longden, first ploce lions club Speech contestants display their troplties, Lindo lnckson lcenterl won first place locdlly, ond Alldn Robinson iinil Joint Mayor tied for second place Lindo wus G runner up r' ti e fone contest Sylvia Bell models striking costume ot tltr- Fcislw on Sliovv X 57. oi' Snow lllllllllllll Otlter activities which did not find room in the origincilly plcinned ARGONAUT include the Moth Morcithon, Lions' Club Speeclt Contest, and Girls' Leogue Motlter-Dougltter Fcisltion Sltovv ond Teo, which was held Mcirclt 28. 'W- P ,145 'f ly: i l.f' all-K .1 models sliovv summer bvmli wean Lett to iiglit im- Put Bostelnmn Eli ,nor Sltoipe Joy lnmnn Carol Smith and Iii-ne Bulninclion xv' tim' .96 l f 5 Honest, I was really slck. Oh, thot 5 all rrghf. Its only three months overdue. .,..,-r "5-QjvQkFT ""'s.... 1"n Hurry It up, Hector! lm hungry. ' Ye 4 i. Y Y EllllllE llll ' in . r I ri ' G. ,"'-. "il y Q v t.. , ,ml L 3, 'I . Noontnme homework! :f1'...... E . ru I uf '29 A brref respite In the afternoon. 'Tl SEHHQHHE 'Q I ll :E r Lunchtxme rendezvous Qi. ' 1 X YI ad :QA 1""' 'G--49 ..1....--- !'2G"' Just mark your ballot with on X. ,Q 3 5 Look whos eovesdtroppnng! Dont lust stand there, get me out' ' " 1-H1 1. " ' , Q 'Q u Y? --5.1 -' 24 HH 4' W e "' t U . 11 y 5 5 'Lg 1, 2 ' 1' ' -bs. .,1 Are you sure y our wallet IS n t here? 'f ".u.. 4'8- 0 1 4 .-.K ' I 1 ,.,,- Look! Hes goung to take our picture. -6 ,,, 'uf ,V 4 Who's this guy Samson, on how? '. L' I Y7' Y -fi? . ,,f.,.a- A -Azria Ive cm feelmg something is Any dragons you wont me to slo hone T9 Y' Y creepnng up on me. .2-Q -L-,:::'-if 'lvl-All - 's-was A- elm ...J T951 nu--. 5' ' , .-,, f' s,-3 -M --4, He's mine, I tell you! ' .QTT W' if Lend me cz quarter, wili yo? i lf' l 1 tl xx! ff' OLD MKDONALD5 FARM CHICKEN DINNERS 12 noon to 8:30 pm. Closed Mohd f llfvklf 1.3 1. 'xv 0'A"',', ' S i Rx xx ' 5 N. s -404. "What a pleasant rustic setting!" "Isn't that a cute one?" THERE IS PLENTY T0 SEE AND DO AT KNOTT'S BERRY FARM AND GHOST TOWN From Garden Grove 'rake Garden Grove Blvd. 'ro Highway 39, STEAK HOUSE then north about 6 miles tothe Farm. 12 noon to 8:30 pm. Oys cmd Tuesdays Closed Fridays "The Chief sure has ci nice teepee. "There's so much to see, we'll have to rest awhile." ,-'1' v-"'L"'w Q I 41' BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1956 FROM -5... ,fvs 4- ' 3. ' ' GARDEN GROVE LUMBER 81 CEMENT COMPANY LOUIS LAKE, Manager "Class of '28" 10922 Garden Grove Blvd. Phone LEhigh 9-1121 CONGRATULATIONS GRADS! CLASS OF T956 from 6 IA I "' . X ' T ' HLL nmsmcnh 7 B1-. S"" 1 -vw E I 5--A 1- A E - bf 35 gggfn E-I-L5 gg'-u i 9858 GARDEN GROVE BOULEVARD PHONE LEHIGH 9 38 O "WE SPECIALIZE IN COURTESY T89 I K ,l"""5 ,."" F55 Q Q. SSW' ml L I Congratulations, Class of 1956 VINZANTS VARIETY PAINT - WALLPAPER ARTIST SUPPLIES 9922 Garden Grove Boulevard 12081 Euclid Avenue LEhigh 9-2938 Garden Grove, Calif. Congratulafnons and Best Wishes CLASS OF 1956 Wlajjil elm Rl ll li 151. V. ., you want milk to taste 5' Vl-Ubnt 5 'E-' 1-I-""'g'lt0 ref ROBINSONS JEWHERS TREON DRUG COMPANY 9874 Garden Grove Boulevard 9786 GC1l'dSV1 Grove Boulevard LEhigh 9-3671 GARDEN SQUARE Garden Square l.Ehigh 9-2163 55, ...eg Just the way F 0,w7z,C0anlffl10wn, l HOWARD'S TOYlAND 9762 Garden Grove Boulevard Q LEl1iglw 9-3587 I X552 ' A NB f .5 7 ly l I I I X GARDEN SQUARE lAUNDROMAT 9898 Garden Grove Boulevard LEhigl1 9-9053 Soft Water Fluff Dry KENADY'S STORE FOR MEN Complete Men's Apparel 9876 Garden Grove Boulevard 9838 Garden Grove Boulevard PHONE LEl1igh 9-2887 LE 9-1662 Garden Square -Garden Square- "Jusf be sure you buy ifa1'Kenady'S" JUDKINS MUSIC COMPANY "':"1"l'E'5 Q7 J. '5' '17 'EY C-7 :A .. . 5, ., - .f .gf ..g if ' . 'lt l. B. HARRISON COMPANY Wholesale Distributors Candy V Fountain Supplies Sanra Ana, California "'l I .,, 4 Tl. .Of L7 , J 1 E144- UISTINCTIVE FURNITURE 'Ns 9866 Garden Grove Blvd. Phone LE 9-353l mx 'B fx GARDEN SQUARE FABRIC MART GARDEN SQUARE HARDWARE 9892 Garden Grove Boulevard 9896 Garden Grove Boulevard LEhigh 9-4472 Phone LEhigh 9-3731 hc'-. 'W 440, W, ' Bw I 6575- .eu ,Nw M - Ike , - -'-' -.-,,.' b K- 1 SAVE TWICE Low Prices and S 8. H Green Stamps U-TEl-EM MARKET 10700 Garden Grove Boulevard GARDEN GROVE FLORISTS 10751 GARDEN GROVE BOULEVARD PHONE LEHIGH 9-3310 ig 4 5 J":-Rgizwq X -EL' N.--,va A 3 " 'B 7' W H: fp- v VKX l A lx 1 le 1411111.15 ROSS LYNN'S ENCHANTED COTTAGE 12892 Euclid Avenue Garden Grove, Calif. PHONE LEl1iglw 9-3155 BElISlE'S RESTAURANT AND DRIVE-IN Corner of Harbor and Chapman "Good Food ls Our Specialty." LEhigh 9-1003 en 1 E- x .xv 4"" x 'Q A x Ii. . Ex . vw 5 X Yi fax ',1 wf SWE BlUEffG0lD STAM PS ASK FOR THEM WHHEACN Plvlffilhv COngfiQQO3,?n1S9gO6'he H 8. H CATERING P 1' , B 1 , C TA Food grlujl 1021353 Znd fnrlivuizlrimnlilanfs 12931 Euclid I-Ehigh 9-3364 10052 Lorson Phone LEhigl1 9-4510 HOWARD STIll'S S ,S , , HA TY SAlES AND SERVICE MENS AND BOYS APPAREL 10371 Gorclen Grove Blvd. 10562 Garden Grove Blvd. JE 7-1123 LEhigl1 9-3606 Wolkover and Joyce Shoes Equipment Renfols and Garden Supplies -J 'IW Z' 5 'Nkx Congratulations, Class of 1956 SIVY'S READY-T0-WEAR 12946 Euclid 1511911 9-3141 MOWER'S VARIETY 12965 S. Euclid Ave. LE 9-1334 Sfafionery ' Notions ' Toiletries Toys ' Hosiery "We give S 81 H Green Stamps." I B. B. 8. H. MOTOR PARTS WHEElER AND PHllllP'S MARKET 120 WEST Anaheim 12791 EUCLID 13011 Century Blvd. Garden Grove LEhigh 9-1641 Garden Grove LE 9-2179 ge- X , , . , 'Q s ,-Z . 1' x .:- , , X NElSON'S PHOTO SUPPLY 12926 Euclid Avenue LEhigh 9-1948 "One of Orange County's Largest Photo Supplies" X, QV",-Q 5 'WEE-.N 0117 f 1 NW' , Lt- "We give S 81 H Green Stamps" 0GDEN'S PHARMACY Cosmetics ' Prescriptions ' Candies 12955 South Euclid Avenue LEhigl'm 9-1129 Bw WMS, CLASS OF M561 Town s. couumv CLEANERS Main Plont - 11031 Gorden Grove Blvd. BRANCHES: Next to All American Market, Wel 12899 South Euclid Avenue come Shopping Center Westminster 81 Horbor LEl'1igl'i 9-1915 8t Chopman bi 1 I 1, I i 5 'mi ll Sl 349' 'U ,J - XX fflr-f 'Q cg- .4 -.. Congratulations to the Class ot "56" HOME PAINT 8: lINOlEUM STORE 12895 Euclid Avenue LEhigh 9-1959 Our Very Best Wishes to the Class ot 1956 MARTIN'S MEN'S STORE Euclid at Garden Grove Blvd. ,Q,ona.s'Cll5 legacy DOWNTOWN GARDEN GROVE 12911 Euclid LE 9-4494 "Pretty Things to Wear" Our Very Best Wishes to the Class of 1956 MOlSTAD'S 5 8- TO 12932 Euclid ""-:.'15:.-.,'v,. F113 , 1 A 9 --....f,g" . 9 6. ' E V FW J if 11131 I J K 1 ?t.iisf'5'l"t'.ff5?f" 'E' 1 .1 f -:Vs -' up 2 . If fee. D 23,7 .-H, -1' 5'd I Ls gil Q: Ei grgk 3:7 kg! See Tiernan's for all Models of l i PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Your Hair Stylist I2905 Euclid Ave. LE. 92756 . . 12103 Garden Grove Blvd. LE. 9.2030 I LQJUYICUYLJ, 902 North Main St. banta Ana PA"-r-,,,,., Klmberly 2-2365 Complete Weddings, Receptions, Parties, Dancing, and Catering Owned and operated by Chris and Mae Myron, your yearbook photographers CHAPEI OF THE WEDDING BEllS 16905 Clark Avenue at Maple Bellflower, California TOrrey 6-6400 CHRIS MYRON STUDIO 16809 S. Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower .,.,,,,,- ,,,,- . ,,,,-- , ' x 6?"r5f' I fltfi IAP' -F I Piiiisiili lllllllllllll The yearbook staff hopes That The 1956 ARGONAUT has fulfilled iTs purpose in preserving some momenTs in The 1955-56 school year ThaT are worThy of remembrance. IT is also hoped ThaT when Miria Loikkanen refurns To Finland, a copy of This book will go wiTh her and bring someThing of The American way of life To a counTry beyond The seas. O O STAFF EdiTor . . . ........ . , . Jeanne EnomoTo Art EdiTor ...... ....... K ay Phillips LiTerory EdiTor ...... . . Evelyn NagamoTsu Business Manager .... ... Paul Mogdaleno .. .. Dee Valence .. David Dowling . . . PaTsy Runnels . . . Janyce Leeper AssisTonT Business Manager .... .,.. S harley Colburn AclverTising Manager ... Boys SporTs EdiTor Girls' SporTs Edifor ........ AssisTanT ArT EdiTor ......... Boys' SporTs AssisTan1 ....... ........ B ob Fowler Girls' SporTs AssisTanT ........... Gayle RoThenberger PhoTogrc1phers: William F. SmiTh, Chris Myron STudio, Gary Bowser, Robbie Rhodes Publisher ...... The Yearbook House, Monrovia, Calif. STaTT Members ......... Jean Cochran, Jerri Shumway Adviser ..... ........... W illiam F. SmiTh From, leTT To right: Jerri Shumway, Shirley Colburn, Jean Cochran, Evelyn NagamaTsu, PaTsy Rurmels, Janyce Leeper, Gayle RoThenberger. Second: Jeanne Enomoto, Kay Phillips, Paul Magdalena, David Dowling, Gary Bowser. I . ' ' 5 5 -.- .fp-.-j'v .S ---. ....PI " ' -. "... s-T-M... -.-af:-r'ig.'lfE.5r:.g-... 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