Glendale High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Glendale, AZ)

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The important things that every high school student should learn are his responsibilities as a citizen of his school, his community, and his country. l hope that the memories recalled by looking through the pages of this yearbook will help strengthen the deter- mination of all to live a good life and to help others in achieving the same goal. 0-64-EAI ws - l7J The Teachers... Mr. Owen Allen Mr. Albert J, Arens Mr. V. L. Bice Mr. Vernon M. Bice Mr. Verne Cook Mr. Robert E. Crouch Mrs. Morion D. Davies Mr. Albert O. Dovis Mr. Arthur Gardner Mr. Earl Gieseke Mr. Williom D. Grissom Mr. Woynerl-leffelfinger E81 Cn which we strive to build Mr. L. J. Kempff Mr. Walter C. Kish Mrs. Norvillo B. Lole Miss Bertha E. Liridblod Mr. Paul W. Maher Mrs. Clyde Jean Martin Mr. Ainslie C. Potter Mr. Steve H. Rcimes Mrs. Ruby F. Sewright Miss Wiinitred F. Smith Mr. Del E. Stapley Mr. Thomcis P. Tommen U01 ilwey give us ilwe lounclaiion Mr. Raymond C. Bronson Mr. Dovid Compbell Mrs. Sora Clcirdy Mr. Jomes M Coffroth Miss Muriel Dawson Mr. Clyde Dougherty Mr. Dole Ellis Miss Ernestine Fredell Mrs. Plfiyllis Hoops Mrs. Beverly Hugh Miss Jonis Jenkins Mr. Mox Koslo F is 1 E91 '5 gl .,.-if" . i our tuture in the community Mrs. Helen D. Lloyd Mr. James J. McAllister Miss Vera McCormick Mrs. Margaret McGowan Mrs, Martha C. Robbins Mr. William Sabah Mr. Czeslaw T. Schmidt Mrs. Fay Scoggins Miss Grace Tressel Mr. John S. Whatley Mr. Ernest M. Zinser Mr. Eugene Zylstra llll .gzwlenf gounci R 'l, L-R, James Hampton, Max Livingston, Parker Lane, Jim Sneider, Mike Briggs, Olin Castleberry, Loa Lamb R 2, L-R, Joanne Cuddihy, Donna Taylor, Nancy Mothershead, Carol Miller, Larry O'Harra, Richard Straight, Margie Owen R 3, L-R, Bonnita Woosley, Carol Green, Bev- erly Tang, Manya Conovaloff, Rovalie Sanchez, Gertie Valenzuela, Chuck Gillum R 4, L-R, Myrna High, Lois Shelton, Mary Ann Menard, Jerry Harmon, Chuck Hobbs, Ben Tadano, Paul Swartz R 5, L-R, Jerry Kopke, Morris Tolmachoff, Ken Ashinhurst, Jim Hancock, Jerry Eld- ridge, Doug Shay, Gary Davis, Ford Eaglin R 6, L-R, Sandra Mac Gurn, Mary Kobashi, Gladys Kenly, Lois O'Harra, Blanche Hand, Mr. Zinser, Mr. McAllister President ot the Associated Students ot Glendale Union High School, James Hampton, Vice-president, Max Livingston, Secretary, Joanne Cuddihy, Treasurer, Donna Taylor. R 'I, L-R Myrna High, Mary Ann Conovaloff. Ruth Cook, Elaine Murray, Joanne Cuddihy, Lois Shelton, Gail Abbott, John Conovaloff, and Jim Hancock. R 2, L-R Marilyn Cloud, Mary Kobashi, Betty Tadano, Sue Bowen, Pat Regan, Joe Cole, Gary Davis, Doug Shay, John Echols, Richard Straight, Dave Busch. R 3, L-R Betty Tang, Lois Payne, Emmet Smith, Gerald Kopke, Dale Jaco, Bruce Scott, Chuck Gillum. L-R R 4, Bonnita Woosley, Carol Green, Max Livingston, James Hampton, M.ke Briggs, Parker Lane, Bill Evans. T :- h l i Qibeckcafion . . . To Mr, Alberl' O. Davis-who has worked unceasingly and wifh devofion lo give Glendale sfudenfs a greafer appreciafion and undersfanding of music-who has led fhe Cardinal Band fhrough i'l's successful years making il' one of fhe mosl' renowned bands in lhe Soufhwesl'-who has shared wifh ol'her schools over fhe nafion his composilions-who has given generously his knowledge as bofh counselor and feacher-fhis 1953 Cardinal is proudly dedicafed. U31 Upper left, Georgia Q. Menord Upper right, Anno E. Gaston Lower left, Alice M. Koerner Robert C. Scott, Vice Pincipol Educational Assistants Administrative Workers Upper right, Roberto Schollord Lower right, Rugh Hedges Lower left, Borboro Meinlfiold W k A R WML A V 4,,.Q,,,uz, N..m..,,, , W . M 'V M-N A -- , ,Wim aleteria . .. Typical scene during the noon lunch hour Quietly ond efficiently the cafeteria workers ot GUHS prepare wholesome food under :leonly conditions for the student body. Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Fugote, Mrs. Ash, Mrs. Kerner, Mrs. Longino U51 H lncluslrious lndispensiloles Cuslodians-Bus Drivers Supl. Buildings ond Grounds Mr. Lonnie Burchett Mr. Mont L. Dowell Mr. Donald E. Fisher Mr. D. L. Van Comp Mr. Del Gribbling The Boiler House Mr. Fermiin Lopez Mr. E. W. Sheword Mr. Thomas J. Simpson Mr. Poul C. Sypherd Mr. Alex H. Wogenfehr U61 CL, 66e5 . ri . 'X CQWW 5 eil FN, X Acfzuified. 71 J, Q f f7Ae New CAM 0 ' Freshman Class Freshman Representatives: R l, L-R-Myrna High, Beverly Tang, Mary Lucy Valenzuela, Marilyn Cloud, Lois Shelton, Manya Conovaloff, R 2, L-R-John Elekes, Doug Shay, Chuck Gillum, Bruce Scott, Ford Eaglin. Bill Aaron Jim Abernathy John Aguilar Meryl Ahart Camill Alastuey Bob Allen Judy Allen Carol Anderson Portino Andrade Wesley Arthur Rita Arviles Charlotte Asaro Mary Bagwell Martha Auble U81 ' l l Rolf Baker Jim Banks Nancy Bass Barbara Bean Ronald Balher Harrie? Barr Thelma Baugh Jack Beasley Rusfy Beck Nadine Belshe Barbara Berlsch Herb Boginis Roberl Behr Carol Bergfield Phyllis Blackwell Karen Bonheimer Donald Bonner Douglas Bowers Hazel Bradshaw Eddie Brawner John Bonnie Ralph Bradberry Gloria Brannon Laura Brenner Kent Briggs Jean Brown Madeline Brown Margarel Burkhaller Jo Ann Brillon Joyce Brown Kennelh Buell James Burnell Amazemenf and consfernafion are mixed in fhe "bugeye" expression on fhe face of rhis fypical freshman as he learns his class hours. Vice-prin- cipal Roberl' C. ScoH rhen spenf several weeks readiusfing schedules. l l Ol I E201 Judy Burnfs S'l'anley Bush Morgorel' Calhoun Helen Calmes Cruz Canes Belly Carder Roberl' Carlson Duane Carnahan Gary Carnicle Barbara Carpenler Elizabelh Carpenfer Angelila Cas'l'iIIo Judie Chamberlain Diana Chalfield Ray Chavez Nancy Clark Marilyn Cloud Shirley Cole Joe Cole Lorel'l-a Collins Sara Connor Manya Conovoloff Douglas Cook Lorraine Cooper Everel'l' Cope Bill Cowarl"l Carol Craigo Pa'l'l'y Crisman Joe Cruz Barry Culberison Richard Cuprack Edward Darll' Gary Davis Henry Deen Margurefle Dees Helen De Leon Beleiew De Mees Gloria De She'l'Ier Dick De Vore Jo Ann De Will' Beverly Dryer Sue Dryer Barbara Dunkel Lilli Dunn Jim Ea'l'on Barbara Echols Sue Ehlers Jerry Eldridge Jimmy Eldridge John Elekes Peggy Endicoll' Joann Eppinger Sage Erskine Ernesl' Essary Elaine Everson Richard Everson Frank Falbo Buran Farrar Gary Fasnachl' Dara Felix Mary Fernandez Michall Fish Barbara Fischer Lily Tomerlin Janice Foree Belly Jo Fowler Billy Fowler Louise Francis Mary Franks Mary Freeman Q 1 Ki f2l ., Supplying sludenfs wifh lhe necessary arficles as well as accessories is 'lhe GUHS bookslore, locaaled in fhe main building. Here, sludenfs may pur- chase all fheir school supplies, and such luxuries as car sfickers, or red and gold pennanfs. The sfore is op- erafed by sfudenfs on a non-profil' basis. Sharon Freeman Peler Fuller Aurora Gallardo Manuel Garcia Paris Fronz Wayne Fyffe Dick Gamborg James Gibbens Jlmmy Gibson Chuck Gillum Ronald Gollahon Doris Graham Gary Gillespie Gary Glaspie Ronald Grabner Roberl Graham Belly Granniss Carole Green Shirley Grey GGFY Gflffllll Ewilh Gray Hayden Green Rebecca Griffin Nelson Gnlrke Wanda Hann Richard Hashimoto Charles Heberllen Palsy Heser Joyce Harl' Esla Halch Anlomelle Heck Blll Heffelfmger E22 Glen Hellln Carol Helwig Heclor Hernandez Louise Hidalgo James Heil Joe Henderson Manuel Hernandez Myrna High Jackie Hlland Davis Hirose Ida Holzman Joan Horak ' Phyllis Hinckley Gale Hobbs Floyd Hoopes Melvin Horlon 'l Ted Hauch ' Diana Howell Garnelle Hughes Gerry Hulse Shirley Howard Rebecca Huerla Marilyn Hull . Doro-lhy Hunf llene Huichlson Emma Sue Jacobs Emily Jarnagin Hesler Jenkins Ray Hunt Virginia Jacobs Danny Jarrel Jeneen Johnson Reading, wrifing, and arifhmefic weren'l' fhe only fhings sludied by fhe progressive freshman classes. They vvere also encour- aged fo draw fheir own con- clusions and how fo analyze fhe news of fhe day. Here fhey are shown wafching 'lhe convenfions over TV. w 4 l 4 i E231 4 4.4 l I E241 Wayne Johnson Belly Jones Margarel Jones Peggy Jones Karen Kaiser Carol Keller William Kells Gerald Kelly Eugene Kirby Marion Knochenhauer Charles Knoll Donna Kunke Bill Lamberl' Marc Larsen Irene Larues Kafhleen Loucks Darlene Lee Larry Lee Lyndel Lee Marlyne Leinbach Roger Lepley Kenny Lesiow Charles Ke'l'hem Rul'h Linares Joe Lizarraga Doris Logan Ernie Ludwig Marcia Maierle Sonia Maley Maud Mansfield Lucrelia Mapes Man-l'ha Marquez Charles Mas'l'ers Ronald Mar'l'in Joe Mariinez I Fernando Maya Ross Mead Jo Ann Menard Jarold Meyer Nancy Mickelson Tommy Midkiff Joan Minedeo Rosie Miranda Waller Mannier Kay Monlgomery Kay Morgan Sandra Morric Bruce Mossman Terry Mo'l'hershead Sharon Moulfon Olivia Mukai Norma Mullen Jill Munro Waller MussaHo Gerald Myers Joe'l'l'a Myrick Jimmy McCarry Jackson McCowen Janel' McCowen Leo McCulley Aubrey McDonald Lewis McGee Lloyd Nash Virginia Neibuhr Melin Nelson Nancy Nickerson Treva Nickerson Eddie Nolfe Wayne Norfon I Erika Nor'lz E251 Chorlofle Owen Glender Nrlhurl Donald Oberlander Mary Oeslerreicher Victoria Nunez Angie Orliz Gary Pravellon Tom Puller Goldie Quick Eugene Probasco Lee Roy Quainfance Xl E ml? me Joe Orlega Alan Raphael Joan Pale Joe R610 Ediih Reed Magdalena Ozueno ,if Wilson Ricker Gloria Ross Richard Rodgers Marion Rich Marie Rila Nancy Rochesler Sally Rodriquez Norma Rosiermundi Shirley Rushing Diana Rusl Tennes Rosengren Joyce Ravis David Russell Janis Self Gary Rohrer 2 E261 I This scene, repealed innumerable fimes daily, gives an insighf info fhe grind of Freshman English, required of all firsl' year high school sfudenfs. Mrs. Hoops supervises a composifion lesson in one of her classes. ln fhe early morning classes. inferesf varies, from fhe phofog- rapher fo a friends paper or even l'he cracks in l'he fronl' wall. while some sfudenfs are able lo concenfrafe on 'l'he mafhemafics assignmenl, wil'h l'he assislance of Mr. Sfapley, class insfrucfor. ln spife of l'he unearfhly hour, much was accomplished during l'he year along fhe line of sfudies and ol'her acfivifies. Bill Sellers Pal Schoenslein Karl Schurler Ronnie Scrogham Janel' Severns Groria Schurfz Bruce Scoll' Ken Shaver Gerald Shaw Donna Shellon Mildred Sherrll Bull Sheward Doug Shay Lois Shellon Lois Sheller Leonard Shields Paul Shori' David Shuefle John Sldhu Billy Simmons Shirley Sholwell Don Shumway Karlena Smgh Fay Smith Ted Smith Myrna Snell Ray Slewarl' Kay Suddarih Virginia Smilharl' Carl Sliffler Janel' Slrmger Gllberl Summers E27 281 James Swarlz Beverly Tang Dick Tang Wanda Terry Pal' Thorp Frank Thafcher John Thomason Diane Thompson Henry Thompson Pearl Tolmachoff Maxine Tressler Harold Tyree Gomecinda Valencia Bill Uraine David Ul'l'er Mary Lou Valenzuela Mary Lucy Valenzuela Vidal Valles Carl Varner La Wanda Vandever Nelson Vcsughn John Vermillion Mary Virgil Bill Wagenfehr Lydon Wagenknechl' Barry Warmkessel John Walson Phyllis Webb Nancy Weighfs Ralph Welch Perl' Websfer Inez Wilson Lynn Wheal' Dola While Douglas While 491 uosugqou uoyg '-'OSUEQOH 9!PP3 uosaaqog asgno-I Aqssgg Auf ISDIDQI ngaypd uospmqogu uguow uoliau 'omg Aaswng auag aounqugnnb Aapgqg al6uyd Kuuqof uogsod Annoy '-'Pauld P"P!u!'J. 3l!9""'3I9!d usvnb uoszagad ngu!6:gA suppad PUDIMOH suosmd a5llgM Sllflbd A4493 .zealand 'anno-I ggpod salaoqg .lasulod pang .laxpod ogug5:!A suamg npuoM a.lloN Mug alqoN npoq d 'A.:opgA o PBJDJQSIBJJO M94 NIS 'IOS """'u"""'!S I"'cl ssol o Ammo paouop s4u9pn4s J9Ao som SLUD5 9144 4949371 suowuugg IV Hguaqg sguuaq apopaqg A6594 pmddaqg lpnu uoqlaqg Auuuuog zlnqog Aou 91 aunqog nzpung xponpg uuoml ouauog pmqagu spung aguuog '-"'3mI"S "IBIS urmg snuuoql 131.108 Aqqog -IBBIDIIH A:unN qqou Aaouadg uosugqou uomqg uosugqog aoguof uosugqog aunf Glenda Willhoil' Donald Wilson Ulyess Elmer Wison Sharon Wall-on Bonni'l'a Woosley Jo Ann Wail-acha Mary Yancy Dan Yoder Mary Young Donald Zale Pal Zielinski The frosh, like "bug eye" in fhe foreground, quickly overcame fheir frighl' and con- fusion: fhey adiusfed fo high school life and seH'led down fo sfudying and learning. These boys and girls are 'Hue fufure scienfisfs. engineers, school leachers, and cifizens of our counfry. i291 A The long and short of Glendale High is depicted here by Charles Hiberline, fresh- man, and Eddie Brown, senior. Charles, 4 toot 3 inches tall, has a long way to go before he reaches Eddie's 6 toot 5 inch stature. It will be a long way too, for Charles to become a senior, but a lot of fun, work, and "growing up" will make these years seenw shorten l30l 6l,l'l'll0lfL6 ' 7 These two views of the main building have become familiar sights to stu- dents both during school hours and during extra curricular activities. The overcrowding of the present facilities have made it necessary to run classes in three shifts, the first one beginning at 7:l5 a.m. and the last one ending at 5:45 p.m. At other times when passing thoughts of sports, plays, or dances were more in mind than studies. we SQFILFFIQCLK atmosphere of Glendale Union High School is carried out in the cafeteria, where students may play the piano, select songs on the juke box, or en- joy the hot meal that is serv- ed daily. The building is also used for studying, as a class- room, and tor tete-a-tete con- versations. Students and teachers can meet informally over their coffee and dough- nuts. we gakferia ji good food kept students waiting in line during both lunch hours. Y, 77 S 'Q i , Vx 2 w Ai ww ....,,, ecaufie they liked to sing and because they thought others might enjoy hear- ing them, six girls spent a busy winter performing tor various clubs and organizations. Called the Glendettes, they also presented dances and melo- dramas, Shown in a borrowed portable dressing room just before leaving for a program are JoAnn Akers, Betty Akers, Sandra lviucGurn, Lois O'Harra, Arlyn Moores and Phyllis Lowe. xo , Janice Robinson is shown operating the coke ma- chine installed by the Student Council at the beginning of the school year in the cafeteria. l Cf During the first part of the year scenes like the two above were quite common and the dances became staring contests. As the year pro- gressed, however, the dances were better attended and the now ac- quainted students nad an enjoyable time. ln October, when a Cardinal Hi-Lites reporter uncovered the story ot the GUHS war memorial, damaged by vandals and hacked at a Phoenix foundry with an original unpaid debt, a school and city wide campaign began to raise money and return the monument to its pedestal in the stadium. The freshman class sponsored a spaghetti dinner that netted SIOO and through wide publicity, the remaining donations came from school organizations, local civic groups, and an anonymous contributor, ln March it was returned to the high school after repairs were made, Whether at the State Fair, putting on a show at halt time or during a street pep rally ...... SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: First row, left to right: Lois Payne, Betty Tang, Royalie Sanchez, Mary Ann Menard, Betty Tadano, and Gail Abbott. Second row, left to right: Chuck Hobbs, Johnny Conovaloff, Bob Friedman, Oscar Zink, Mike Briggs, and Jerry Harmon. Gail Abbofl' Le Grande Adams Pal Adams Gus Aguiler Jesse Ahari Ralph Ahlgrim Vicki Ain Ronald Alewine Betty Alexander Pai Allen Alberta Anderson Barbara Anderson Doralee Anderson Wayne Anderson Bill Arlhur Jackie Balley Amos Baldwin Dana Barr Jim Ashe Luella Bakken Gary Barham Joan Beagle Diana Beery Lenora Bellew Barbara Blake Barbara Boegeman George Begin Roberl' Benlley Thelma Bledsoe Frances Boegeman Nancy Boegeman Robert Bonheimer Sue Bowen Mary Boyles Belsy Bohn Eddie Bonnie Gary Bowers Vlrgmla Brice Mike Briggs Robert Brown Bill Burchell' Jack Carney Cecil Brown Roberl' Brunk Sandy Burgus Gary Carr The 500fh annual reservofion being sold fo Doris Evans by Lou Anderson and Gladys Kenly was fhe half way mark in sales. The willingness fo work by bo'l'h junior and senior iournalisfs made fhe annual run smoofhly. L39 401 Charles Carlwrighl Terry Casey Olin Caslelberry Moria Cervanles Kalhlene Cherry Eddie Chilleen George Clarislicunson Myrlice Coffman Mariorie Colberl Kay Conner John Conovalolf Pal Conroy Palsy Cooper Boyd Cope Joyce Corneil Shirley Collen Paul Colls Belly Coverdule De Nell Crismon Sylvia: Ann Crosby Connie Cubbage Ted De Berry Mary Louise Dee Michele Des Marias Palricia De Will Palsy Diaz Jim Dickens Sandra Doolillle Audry Drury James Dunn Ford Eaglin Barbara Ealick Glen Leon Edwards Lynn Ehlers Roberl Emerson Gene Endsley David English Phyllis Adams Doris Evans Richard Everson Edward Farmer Carol Ford Phyllis Fosler Ray Francis David Frankenfield Anna Franklin Ben Franklin Bob Friedman Jimmy Fulkerson Barbara Gale Belly Garcia Eugene Garcez Belly Gardner Dick Gillespie Gary Godbehere Helen Gonzales Karl Gossell Roberl Graham Jim Grande Hayden Green Marlene Greenlee Vesla Gribling Wayne Griffin Joanne Harris John Harris La Nelle Harris Marie Harris Jed Harrison Janel Hammond Jerry Harmon l:4l GRIN AND BEAR IT! Charles Franklin takes his turn at the needle as a nurse from the County Health Service gives students tuberculosis skin tests, as part of the health program organized at GUHS. Smallpox, diphtheria. and chest x-rays were included in the plan. Fart Hart Beach Hastings Bruce Heatwole Gary Heinz Richard Hase Vesta Hastings John Hedges Kathleen Hunter Margaret Henshaw Augustine Hernandez Jo Ann Hershberger Carolyn Heitt Porta Lee Hensley Joe Herrera Roberta Hicks Craig Hiett 5 Jim Hill Charles Hobbs Bob Hourihan Valerie Hulett Joan Hill Raymond Holmes John Howard Cathy Hunter Pat Hunter Nancy Hutchison James Jacobs Edward Jarrell Betty Jo Hutchison Daniel Inman Maureen Jarnagin Dorothy Jensen i421 Aileen Johnson Melba Johnson Carol Kammeyer Jackie Kennedy Dave Johnson Robert Jones Mary Kauffman Harold King Wayne Knighi Jim Kobashi Willard Krauss Jim Kisfner Theodore Knockenhouer Louis Koonce 2 W Alice King Nancy Lampe Jack Lane Carol Larson Eva Lawlon Rich 'Le Varge Janie Lane Larry Lauchner Nancy Lawrence Evelyn Liles Laurence Loslumo John Love'H' Sandra MacGurn Paliy Marks Nancy Loveless Margarel Maben Gloria Marcos Margie Marler Some of fhe sfudenfs fhaf missed fhe hearing fesfs wenl' fo fhe nurses office offer hours fo have fheir ears fesled, Some were serious and ofhers were amused wifhgfhe whole operafion and lounged abouf joking so no one could hear any- fhing. ' E 431 , J Eva Marlin Freddy Marlinez Carol Ma'l'heson Belh Maurer Henry Maya Flora Jean Maynard Jay McClelland Ralph McCIin1'ock Fosfer McDonald Barbara McDonough Marlene McLaws Charles McMaines Richard McMaines Judy Meling Mary Ann Menard John Mendle Kaye Mensendick Sara Mercado Edna Niccum Mary Miller Virginia Miller William Miller Marilyn Mil'chell Dick Moehr Angie Monge Tom Monfgomery Dona Rae Rusklon Lora Lee Rowland Gene Rosfermundl' Socorro Romero Gloria Robinson Jay Rigsby John Ridley Slerling Ridge Carol Riddle I44 Deanne Morgan Don Moore Helen Moore Mary Jo Moore Pal' Moore Joe Vaughn Joe Murphy Belly Jane Myers Russell Neal Kay Nelson Terry Nicherson Joan Nickolson Marion Niel Sylvia Nielsch Bob Noller Nancy Ochmke Larry O'Harra Charles Parks Jim Pafrick Belia Paya Lois Payne Ray Pina Phil Pelerson Joe Pogloiin Carolyn Pooler Barbara Porras Geneva Poriinuer Shelby Porler Roberl Poller Don Powell Curl' Rambo Janel' Ramey Jecsn Ramey Ernesl Rameriz Phyllis Randolph L45 f 1 Belly Richardson Orfiz Salvador Carol Reidy Rose Mary Salpieiro Rebecca Sanchez Alva Savailone Ann Schullz Royalie Sanchez Delores Sanloro Wannella Sanders Errol Shirley Omer Sinanovich Joseph Sanloro Sue Schafer Donnalee Schulh David Shuelfe Ruby Skaggs Calherine Slagle Emmefi Smifh Nancy Sproul Barbara Slagle Jerrie Sloan Luian Solono Jeanie Slead L. C. Sleelman Elizabeth Sienglin Richard Slraighl Belly Tadano Walter Sfeenson Barbara Stevens Paul Sypherd Jack Takesuye E461 Phofo anher Mclnfyre poses pref- fy 'olayne Conway for her class pic res. 'eside 'l'he many prinfs mac, for fhe sfudenfs fo frade, a roll of all fhe picfures is made for fhe annual and one for fhe offend- ance office. Mr. D. L. Van Camp. head cusfodian, is being inferviewed by Norma Bur- neH', junior iournalisf. The junior iournalisi' inferviewed all feachers for fhe newspaper fo find sfory ideas for fhe nexf issue. Rulh Tanner Palfi Taylor Roberl' Thomas James Thuma Belly Tang Paul Tarves Beverly Tefers Marlha Thompson Fred Urbanek Raymond Valenline Henrlefla Valdez Jack Von Goeihem Jim Tolmachoff Rosemary Urluzuaslegua Leonard Valenzuela Richard Valdez Margarel' Varder Charlene Vaughn Velma Waller Cecil Webb Valiu Vasque Margie Vermillion Berry Webb Per y Wells Larry Weslern Jean While Lynn Wheal Jlmmy Wllllams James While Marcia While Barbara Williams Johnnie Williams I47 Shirley Williamson Douglas Williamson Belly Wilson Beverly Wilson John Wilson Mildred Wilson Belly Wise Joyce Wyrick Twila Zabel Augusla Zielenski Oscar Zinll Barbara Zi'l'ar Loa Lamb, Arlene Craig, and lllene Akin pose before the library bulletin board. Individuals and clubs take turns decorating the board. l E481 Higher Learning Once a week the students of the chemistry classes experi- ment with different chem- icals to note the reactions and their effects on differ- ent elements. The students here have set up an appa- ratus to collect nitrogen gas. Junior members of the pho- tography class put into prac- tical use their knowledge ot chemicals. Here they are shown making contact prints of pictures they have snap- ped around campus. Later on in the year they learned to work with print enlargers and even color work. The laboratory of the biology department is an excellent place for the GUHS students to learn the answers to some of lite's mysteries. Such things as plants that lay traps for unsuspecting in- sects attract wide interest among the students. t s hop Classes . .. x sss 1 Home Economics A gun expert from Luke Air Force Base displayed his collection of firearms before members of the safety education class. The drunkcmeter was another feature demonstration of the class. lt is being explained by chief of police Stan Van de Putte, one of the several special speakers visiting the class during the semester course. Foreign languages also play an important role in classroom studies, They not only broaden students outlook, but provide a background for many of our English words, E541 Sunnyslope Higl1Sclwool Overcrowding of facilities at Glendale made the construction of a new plant in Sunnyslope necessary. Part of the new school, that will be ready for us eat the beginning of next school year, is pictured. Top, the gymnasiumg bottom, o portion of the classroom area. E551 39211 A32 ii Of Before going on their field trip to Mexico, world geography students stopped to have the Mexican vice-consolate sign their visitors permits. During the annual aeronautics field trip to the Goodyear Naval Air Facility, students became familiar with the "moth-balling" process of preserving airplanes, and inspected some of the stored aircraft. l Thirl'een colleges and univer- sifies senf represenfalives fo GUHS in February fo speak on Furfher Educalional Oppor- funifies Day. All juniors and seniors aH'ended fhis fhird an- nual program sel' up fo help sfudenfs discover opporl'un- ifies in educafion affer high school. Apfifude fesfs were given fo seniors in November by fhe Arizona Sfafe Employmenl' Agency. This fesfing program was designed fo give sfudenfs an idea of whal' kind of work besl' suifed l'hem. Earlier, slu- denfs look preference fesfs fo defermine fhe fype of work fhey liked. Upperclassmen who offended fhe fiffh annual Career Day, held in Ocfober, had a choice of forl'y differenl' occupafions and vocafions fo learn abouf. The sfudenfs had a chance fo aH'end fhree differenl' ses- sions, designed fo help fhem decide on a career. ' 'fW s.M,.,d..,, 4 Y ,. ' i i x QM! OICQ5 Gif .SZAOOK Mrs. Evelyn DeVonsure, bookkeeper During both semesters, student teachers from ASC at Tempe were on the school campus. They observed teachers at work and attempted to gain experience and knowledge of the prob- lems of the teaching career. Mr. Paul Finot replaced Mr. Eugene Zylstra at the semester. He began by teaching civics, American history and world geography. His new approach to teaching soon gained him the co-operation of students. Mr. Chauncey B. Coor, Principle ot Sunnyslope High School. Junior class officers, left to right: Paul Swartz, vice-presidentg Judy Mitchell, secretaryg Nancy Mothers- head, treasurerg Jim Hancock, president. The Junior Class Glenn Abbeloos Vernie Abbil Murgarel' Abernalhy Belly Akers John Akin Belly Aldridge John Allen Junel' Allen Virginia Allen Lou Anderson Pal Ashinhursf Gladys Auble E601 Ben Aulen John Baldwin Shirley Barllefl' Eloise Baldwin Ruth Berry Harold Beall Patsy Beckett Don Bennett Dollie Bidinger Shirley Bell Gracie Berfsch Curtis Black Jerry Blair Beverly Bowers Alice Brillon Jim Boginis Clara Bradshaw Alvia Brewer Jerry Brown Norma Burnet! Sharon Byrns jaknt Barbara Walker, Charlie Bill l Nelson, Nancy Mothershead, and Art Plate show their jitterbugging talent at the junior class dance. Nancy and Art won the jitterbug- ging contest. Jim Brown Sylvia Burnell' James Carden l E611 ++ +4 621 Betty Carnahan Keith Carter Robert Chavez Stella Chavez Angel Cisneroz Ralph Cockrill Mark Connor Jolayne Conway Ruth Cook Claironn Cordes Rosemary Cormier Carlton Cox Valera Crofton Jim Crosby Barbara Crugan Don Culbertson Norma Dartt Alleyne Davis John Davis Marlys Doolittle Jay Dunshee Patricia Dwiggins Dave Eastlake Leroy Eggleston Donna Eide Paul English Diane Erbland Kenneth Erickson Richard Estes Richard Falbo Helen Felix Virginia Fine Jennings Fish Alice Foster Kathy Foster Retha Freeman Eddie Friedman Jim Friedman Donald Fyffe Sue Gilbert Ruth Gilbertson Bonnie Gillum Robert Girvin Geraldine Gonzales Robert Gorslin Mumford Graham Janice Griffith Edward Gustafson L63 Devon Guihery Craydon Hall Jim Hancock Jo Ann Harris Mr. Gardner and Mr. Davis played for school dances with bands that made dancing a pleasure. Penney Hariley Eddie Hashimo'l'o Don Hazzard Charles Heaih Lorene Heinzig Lucy Hererra Veral Hines Sandra Hinz Barbara Hobbs Sfanley HoIber'l' Larry Horne Jerry Horfon Jean Huber Mary Sue Hughes Flo Hull Danny Hun! David Hunl' Shirley Hun'l'er Barbara Hufchison Sakaye Inoshil-o Carol Jaggers Belly Johnson Evelyn Johnson Guy Johnson Barbara Jones Jo Lou Jones Jeannese Kaufman Zona Keen Richard Kelly Marina Krouse Raymond Lamoreaux Janyce Lane Parker Lane Norma Lange The Girls League Christmas Formal. The theme was a "Candy Cane Ball." Carole Larner Janise Leinbach E661 Molly Lindsey Max Livingslon Esperanza Lomeli Hortencia Lopez Victor Lopez Phyllis Lowe Carl Mohorney Jim Moines Tom Mansfield Vincent Martinez Moe Matsusoki Jerry Maynard Fay Medar Jesse Metcalf Evelyn Metzler Carol Miller Judy Mitchell Don Monroe Margaret Moore Clarence Morgan Nancy Mothershead Elaine Murray James Nelson Ronnie Nitchols The annual Home Coming dinner-dance was a good social mixer enjoyed by everyone. 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The faculty-varsity charity basketball game played as part of the annual GUHS March of Dimes campaign again proved to be the best attended assembly of the year, one of the most enjoyable, and surely a profitable one for the crippled children. E761 Therjunior class sponsored Slave Dance raised funds for the Junior-Senior Prorn. Twenty-two junior girls were auctioned and sold to the highest bidder, then acted as slaves to their owners at the dance. One of the features of the all-school follies was the Clown Dance. Songs, dances, acts and other familiar sights around a circus made up the program. Also featured were acrobats, wrestlers and a Mexican bullfight. E771 .1 -I Master of Ceremonies Art Plate helped tie the fine acts of the Girl's Follies together and round out the very successful show. Left, Ronald Hancock and below Rod Dorsett and Vic Lopez, were two of the typical acts that brought comments ot, "hilarious," from the appreciative audience at the Boy's Follies. W l i GUHS students were slightly dumfounded April lst when the Cardinal HiLites came out with a variety of shock- ing news upsetting the whole school. Most ot the frantic students were calmed down, though, when they realized it was just an April Fool addition The regular edition made up the center pages. Eighth graders from Glendale and Washington grammar schools visited GUHS the first of April. They were shown around our campus and looked in on some actual class room work. The future freshmen were escorted by seniors who acted as "big" brothers and sisters. Kng James Hampton and Queen Mary Kobashi. Carolina f C wwf l l Left: Oleta Wood and Gerald Kopke. Right: Joann Cudihy and Steve Carr, Left: Betty Jackson and Waltcr Grassie. Right: Pat Fowler and Rex Brew- Sfef. Left: Marjorie Owen and Bur- ton Fugate. Right: Loa Lamb and Clare Gardner. we 66l'I'lCLX 0 A Wonderful Year The dance of the year was The junior-senior prom and promanade, The semi-formal affair was held at Jokake Inn where a nine-piece dance band provided The music for dancing done around the pool. Soft lights and dancing under the stars created an exotic atmosphere. The evening was clirnaxed by a full course dinner, The pool was open for swimming for Those who wished to swim and games were scheduled for those who clidn't dance. Although this was the first of its type given The annual junior-senicr prom was a huge success. Lett to right: Kenny Ashinhurst, senior closs president5 Ann S:huter, vice-president5 Mory Koboshi, secreto ry-treosu re r. The Graduating Class ot 1953 JAMES L. ADAMS "Dynaflow"5 "I like it, I like it"5 Band Letterman 45 Band Concert 2-3-45 Band Tour 2-3-45 Full of mischief, full of fun. Ambition: automobile designer. PHYLLIS ADAMS "Phyl"5 "Honest and truly"5 Girls Chorus 2-3-45 Fashion Show 25 Quiet, nice, friendly. Ambi- tion: attend college. I .ei ,.:,, LUCY AJA "O shoot"5 FHA I-3-45 GAA I- 2-3-45 Pep Club 3-45 Girls Fol- lies 35 Jr Class Play 45 Harvest Attendant 3-45 Small but what a big smile! Ambition: dress de- signer JO ANN AKERS "Joannie"5 "Oh pain"5 Band 2- 3-45 Band Concert 45 Band Tour 45 Girls Follies 35 Jr Class Play 45 Sr. Class Play 45 Fun loving, happy-go-lucky. Ambition: lab technician. ILLENE M. AKIN ''IIlene-against-the-tree''5 "It's a great life if you can survive it"5 Band I-2-3-45 Band Concert- I-2-3-45 Band Tour 255 Band Let- terman I-2-3-45 Orchestra 35 NHS 3-45 Student Council 3-45 Girls League Council 3-45 Girls State.35 One of the sweetest girls in GUHS. Ambition: Juv- enile officer JOSEPHINE ALASTUEY "Jo"5 FHA I5 Band Tour 25 Band I-2-35 Band Concert I-2-35 Nice and friendly. Ambition: office work. JAMES ALDRIDGE "Tex"5 "She's a dan-dan- dandy"5 Photography 2-3-45 An- nual Photographer 45 Hi-Lites Photographer 45 Photography Club 45 Tennis 2-3-45 Quill and Scroll 45 Letterman 3-45 Quiet, sincere, always around when he is needed. Ambition: drugqist. ELAINE ANDERSON "Andy"5 "Oh ioy"5 NHS 3-45 Quill and Scroll 45 President 45 Girls state 35 YFC 45 Vice-Pres- ident 45 Girls Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Messiah Soloist 45 All State Chorus 35 Hi-Lites Assoc. Editor 45 Smart and an extra hard worker5 Ambition5 Foreign Missionary. i i 4.....A PAULINE ARTHUR The Seniors JAMES CRAIG ANDERSON "Squints", "Aw, come on", West High transfer l, Football 2-3-4, Football Club 2, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, Lettermans Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Boys Fed- eration Vice-President 4, Boys Follies 4, Fun plus wit plus good looks and pregsto . . . Craig, Ambi- tion, To make a lot of money and have fun. INEZ ARO A friendly girl who makes friends easily. Left GUHS at mid-term, Very triendly. KENNY ASHINHURST "Brutus", "Real creamy", Basketball, l-2-3-4, Co. captain, 4, Football, 2, Football Club, 2, Letter- man, 3-4, Baseball, I, Track, 3-4, Canteen Presi- dent, 3, Sophomore Rep. 2, Senior Class President, Student Council, 4, Boys Follies, 3-4, All School Follies, 4, Happy-go-lucky guy and full of fun. Am- bition: College. AN NA RUTH BAGWELL "Badad", "Check that", GAA, I-2-3-4, Letterqirl, 4, Tennis, 3-4, Badminton, 3-4, Girls Follies, 2-3-4, Active in sports, nice to know. Ambition: House- wife to some lucky male. CAROLYN BECK "Little Beck", "Oh ln- sane," GAA, I-2-3-4, GAA Council, 4, Pep Club, 2-3-4, Treas., 3, FHA, I-2-3-4, Vice Pres., 3, Pres., 4, Student Council, l, Girls League Council, I-2, Harvest Queen At- tendant, 3, H a r v e s t Queen, 4, Jr. Play, 3, Sr. Play, 3-4, Fashion Show, I-2-4, Swell! Ambition: Marry a Millionaire. CARL BAILY "Buddy", "Hi", Tennis 3- 4, Easy to get along with. ROGER BECKETT "Buckett", "HelIo, Son!" FFA, l, FFA Fair, I, Big smile, very likeable guy. PATSY ANN BAKER "Pat", "Oh for crying in the beer", Chorus 2-3-4, Operetta 2, Messiah 2-3-4, Chorus Letterman 3-4, Gay in a reserved sort of way. NANNA LA VEINE BELSHE "Burp", "Oh, you guys!" Student Council, I, FHA, 3, FHA Music Chairman, 3, Girls Chorus, I, Vice Pres., I, Mixed Chorus, 2-3-4, Sec., 4, Chorus Letfermen, 3-4, Operetta, 2, Messiah, 2-3-4, Solo, 3-4, All State Chorus, 3, Four State Chorus, 4, Very sweet. MARI LYNN BALTZER She keeps to herself but is always willing to lend a helping hand Class ol X53 JOHN EDWARD BENTLEY "Hoodie", Chorus, 2, He seems to have fun, i friendly. l l JOHN BEVERLY "Johnny", YFC, 4, Mes- siah, 4, Mixed Chorus, 4, Shy until you know him. Ambition: To do the Lord's wi . REGINALD E. BROOKS "Reg, "Bless your lil' ol' gizzard", Band Letterman, I-2-3-4, Vice Pres., 3, Band Tour, l-2-3-4, Band Concert, I-2-3-4, Boys Follies, 4, Mr, Davis' prize trumpeter, Biggest smile at GUHS, Ambition: Pri- vate music teacher. EDITH ANN BLAKN EY "Annie", "Oh stop it!" Red Masque, I-2-3-4, Li- brary, I, Girls Chorus, I, Chorus Letterman, 3-4, Messiah, 2-3-4, Operetta, 2, All-State Chorus, 3, Senior Class Play, l-3-4, Junior Class Play, 3-4, YFC, 4, Historian, 4, Small and fun to have around. Ambition: To be the kind of woman God wants me to be. EDDIE BROWN Hi-Y, I-2-3, Secretary, 2, County Secretary, 2, Hi-Y Model Legislature, 2-3, Frosh Basketball, Frosh Baseball, JV Basketball, Hi-Lites, 3-4, Editor, 4, Annual, 4, Proiectionist, I-2-3-4, Knows how to work hard. Ambition: Sportswriter. PAUL BRADLEY A quiet and reserved transfer from Indiana. Am- bition: To own and oper- ate Bradley Paint Shop. EMERY BROWN "How's e v e r y little thing?" Hi-Y, 3-4, Student Council, 3, Football Club, l, Basketball, I, Frosh track, Easy going, happy fellow. REX E. BREWSTER "Sexy", "Wat luck", Let- termans Club, 2-3-4, NHS, 3-4, Pres., 4, Hi-Y, 4, Golf Club, 3-4, Golf, 3-4, Boys State, 3, Baseball, l- 2-3-4, Frosh Basketball, Has set national records in the Apache Rifle Club. Outstanding all-round per- son. Very well liked. Am- bition: Professional base- ball player or dentist. GERALD BUNCH "Bunch", "What do you say", Hi-Y, 3, Football Club, 2, Letterman, 4, Frosh Football, Frosh Basketball, Frosh Baseball, JV Football, JV Baseball, Varsity Football, 3, Var- sity Baseball, 4, Loaded with fun and laughter. The Seniors SANDRA SUE BURGUS "Sandy Bee", "Hey, you guys", Transfer from Colorado, 2, GAA, 3-4, Y-Teens, 3-4, President, 3-4, Maiorette, 4, Friend- ly, nice, Ambition: Short- hand Teacher. DAVID BUSCH "Busch", Minn scrounge". Student Council, 2-4, He has no complaint with lite, Ambition: Advertis- ing business. CARMEN CARBRERA "Carrie", "Oh Murder", Y-Teens, l, Girls Chorus, l-2, Chorus Letterman, l-2, Shy, nice, Ambition: Typist. STEVE M. CARR "Sure ya did, Tonny", NHS, 4, President, 4, Jr. Class Play, 4, Sr. Class Play, 4, Tennis Letterman, I-2-3-4, Tennis Team, I-2- 3-4, His good looks are matched by sportsman- ship, scholastic ability. gineer. l x Class ol 53 Ambition: Mechanical en- WILLIAM M. CROUCH The Seniors JOHN CASEY "Casey"5 "Know any gos- sip?" Red Masque, 3-45 Secrefary, 35 Vice Presi- denl, 45 Band Lefferman, 2-3-45 Band, I-2-3-45 Band Concerl, I-2-3-45 Band Tour, I-2-3-45 The Louella Parsons of GUHS. Ambi- lion: Missionary fo Africa. ELDON CASTLEBERRY Lefl school mid-Ierm. Some guy. ALEX CELAYA "Aiax"5 "Hey fhere, wanna drag?"5 Baskei- ball, I5 Track, 25 Chorus, 45 Messiah, 45 Friendly and likeable5 handsome foo, Ambilion: Musical enferfainer. MAE ELIZABETH CHAMPIE "Be1'h"5 "Cerfainly"5 GAA, I-2-35 Jroiecfionisf, 2-3-45 Fashion Show, 45 Good nafured, sincere5 Ambilionz Marry a rich cowboy. Class ol X53 T TONY CHAVEZ "El Chav"5 "Hi baby, where have you been all my life?"5 Fooiball, 2-3-45 Leflerman, 2-3-45 Baskel- ball, 2-35 Baseball, I5 Track, 2-3-45 Boys Follies, 3-4' Full of mischief5 One of the boys5 Ambilionz Own a Men's Clofhing sfore. PATRICIA V. CORNEIL "PaHi"5 A quief girl who always has a friendly smile and hello. FRANKLIN JOHN CHILCOAT "Frank"5 Transfer from Tolleson his senior year. Always inferesfed, good sense of humor. Ambifion: To be a policeman. ARLENE CRAIG Nol much is seen of Arlene buf when she is around you can counf on a good lime. GEORGE CISNEROZ Leff school mid-ferm. A real nice guy. "Mouse"5 "Don'T be Bif- fer"5 Band, I-2-35 Band Lellerman, 2-35 Band Con- cerfs, I-2-35 Band Tour, I-2-35 Sfudenl Council, I5 Boys Federafion repre- senlafive, I5 Track, 25 Conceif is fhe besl armour ,a man can wear5 Firsf cog in lhe wheelg Ambilionz Elecirical Engineer. GARY CLARK "Hmmmmm, boy, you're fal"5 Transfer from NPHS, 45 Friendlv, inlelligenl5 Ambifion: Doclor. OLETHA M. CROW "Lefhie"5 "Oh, Sugar"5 Y-Teens, 25 GAA, 25 Fash- ion Show, 3-45 Smiles al' all: Ambilion: Beaufy op- erafor. JOANNE CUDDIHY Joanne t s really panic Pep Club 2 3 4 NH 3 4 Secretary 4 Lettergirls C u The Seniors L.. GAA I 2 3 GAA Council 3 Girls League Council 4 Girls St te 3 dent Body Secretary 4 Stu ent Council 4 J Cass Play 34 Sr Cas Play 34 Tennis 3 Volley G F DAR Representative Take beauty add brains and personality and you ve got Joanne Ambition Grad uate from Stanford JOSIE DE LEON GAA I 2 Friendly Nice Ambition Beauty opera or ROSIE A CUEVAS u a AA served friendly Ambi tion Telephone operator DIRL R. DENNIS "Zeke", Lettermans Club, 3-4, Hi-Y, 3, Boys Follies, 4, Mixed Chorus, 3-4, Messiah, 3-4, Track Man- ager, 2, Lots of fun, Witty, Ambition: To be a pilot. MARJORIE FAY DARBY "Margie", "Oh, good niqht", YFC, 4, Chorus, I-2-3-4, Messiah, 3-4, con- scientious and nice, Am- bition: To go to college. JACQUELINE DE SHETLER "Jackie", "By Georqe", Transfer from New York, 4, Cute smile, cute gal, Ambition: To get married. CAROLYN JEAN DAVIES "Carol", "That gives me a royal pain", Chorus, I-2- 3-4, Chorus Letterman, 3-4, Chorus librarian, 3, Messiah, 4, A little on the quiet side, sweet, She's lovely, she's engaged, she's lucky. SHIRLEY DE VINNEY "Sis", "Oh, nuts", Trans- fer, 4, A nice addition to GUHS, Ambition: To be a lawyer. LAWRENCE DOOLITTLE "Larry", "l don't believe it.", FFA, 4, Boys Follies, 4, Messiah, 2-3-4, Oper- etta, 2, Chorus Concert, 2-3-4, A super guy with a super voice, Ambition: Cattle rancher. RODERIC RITTER DORSETT "Rod", Lettermans Club, 3-4, Red Masque, 4, Foot- ball Club, 2-3, Boys Fed- eration Congressman, 4, Junior Play, 4, Boys Fol- lies, 4, Band, I, Orches- tra, I, Frosh football, Track, I-2, J. V. Football, Glendale's gift to women. CAROL SUE DUNKEL "H u n k e lberries", "Hi Honey Bugger", GAA, I- 2-3-4, Girls Follies, 4, She is sure to fulfill her am- bition, Charming girl, Am- bition:: To keep my sailor happy. JOHN FREDERICK DYE "Fred", "Ya SIob", Let- terman's Club, I-2-3-41 Golf Club, 3, Tennis Team, I-2-3-4, Captain, 2, Fun to know, Ambition: :Com- mercial pilot. Class ol X53 I I I 1 I I , I I J CLAIRE GARDNER The Seniors BILL F. EVANS "Lefly", "Play if cool", Football, I-2-3-4, Baskef- ball, l-2-3-4, Baseball, I-3-4, Sfudenf Council, I- 2-3-4, Track, 2, Lefler- man, 2-3-4, Presidenf, 4, Foofball Club, 2-4, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Jr. Class Presidenf, December sludenf rofari- on, Boys Follies, 4, Fun is where Leffy is, Ambifion: rancher. PAULETTE EVERHART "Paul", "Daddy, may I have Ihe car?", Arkansas fransfer, I, Library work, 4, Nice, a hard worker, Ambifion: Airline hosiess. RODNEY ARNOLD FISHER "Rod", "GOI . . . Iy", Band, 3-4, Band Concerf, 3-4, Band four, 3-4, Band Letterman, 3-4, Wiffy, Good-looking, Ambifion: Cerfified public accoun- fanf. JACK HERBERT FLETCHER "Jackson", "G u e s s whal?", Proiecfionisf, 3, Phofography Club, 2, Hi- Lifes phofographer, 4, an- nual phofographer, 4, The camera is his friend. Always willing fo help Ambifionzz Commercia Phoforapher. Class ol X53 CARROL FOSTER "Good n e s s", Transfer from CoIorado,4, The shy, sweef Type, fun Iho. Ambifion: Secrefary. BURTON FU GATE "FlirI'n Burf'n", "Thais whaf she said", FFA, I-2- 3-4, Secrelary, 2, Presi- denf, 3, Sludenf Council, I-2-3, Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Chap- lain, 2, Presidenf, 4, NHS, 3-4, Proiecf Chairman, 4, Boys Sfafe, 3, Boys Fed- erafion Represenfafive, 4, FFA Livesfock Judge, I-2- 3, Hi-Y Model Congress Delegafe, 2-4, Leff GUHS mid lerm fo work, many missed his brighf smile and quick wif, always a hello for everyone. Am- bifion: Rancher. JIM FOWLER Lefferman, 2, Baseball, I-2-3-4, Modesf, never ob- Irusive, likeable. "BuII", NHS, 3-4, Boys Follies, 4, Band, I,Chorus, I-2-3-4, Chorus Leffer- men, 2-3-4, Presidenf, 3, Messiah, 2-3-4, Operefla, 2, Boys Sfafe, 3, Sincere, quiel and confenf sfudenf. Ambifion: engineer. PATRICIA FOWLER "Pafsy Flower", "Oh piddle", Pep Club, 2-3-4, Hisforian, 3-4: GAA, I-2- 3-4, Program Chairman, 4, FHA, 3-4, Girls Leaque Represenlafive, 3, Girls Follies, 3-4, Pom Pom Girl, 3, Cheerleader, 4, A leader in her class, cufe and friendly, Ambifion: See fhe world. LEAH GILBERT "Buddy Bum", "Well, fhaf's Iife", FHA, I, GAA, I, Chorus, 2-3-4, Chorus Lefferman, 3-4, Opereffa, 2, Messiah, 2-3, She is re- served buf she is fun. Am- bifion: secrelary. EDWARD CHARLES FRANKLIN "Chuck", Chorus, 2-3-4, Messiah, 2-3-4, shy, iusf wafchinq whaf goes by. Ambifion: Insfallafion Service. , ARVILLA GILLESPIE "Sfinky", "Oh, shucks 2 3 Fashion Show, I-2 3 Beaufy and friendliness is an assef fo Arvilla. Am GAA, I, Pep Club, bifion: fo be a nurse. cgnferedfing Some ccurses are designed to help students qualify for specific jobs or to meet requirements for higher schools. Mechan- iccil drawing does both. Successful students may go from the -classroom to a drafting office or continue on to a technical college. racficaf The class in office prac- tice attracts more femole students than male stu- dents. Mony graduates from this course go on to good paying jobs in the community. Special equip- ment for this type of in- struction runs into thou- sands of dollars. aG" 4'0 49' 0 ,gi fs! 53' The study hall was filled mostly with underclassmen in order that they establish good study habits in their high schaol career, but anyone that wished to study or do research had at their disposal the facilities of one of the finest school libraries in the state. I LAURA MAE GONZALES "Stinky"3 "Mean, aren't l?"3 Pep Club, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 Annual Staff, 43 Cardinal Hi-Lites, 43 Chorus, 2-3-43 Chorus Let- terman, 43 Messiah, 43 Jr. Red Cross Rep., 3-43 Stu- dent Magazine, 43 NHS, 43 Library, 23 Good sense of humor, wonderful friend. Ambition: history teacher, and marry her sailor! JOANNE HADDOX "Jo"3 "Well, I SWBDEGHQ Band, I-2-3-43 Band Let- terman, 2-3-43 Band Tour, I-2-43 Band Concert, I-2- 3-43 NHS, 43 Fun, willing and sincere. Ambition: Secretary. WALTER DAVID GRASSIE "I wonder how that hap- pened"3 Annual Editor, 43 NHS, 3-43 Stamp Club, I3 Student Council, 2-3 :BOYS State, 33 Proiectionist, 33 Cardinal Hi-Lifes Staff, 43 Good looking, hard work- ing. Gotta brain, too! Mid- dle cog in the wheel. Am- bition: foreign service. JIM HAMPTON "Hambone"3 "Hey, whats with YDU?l'f Student Body Pres., 43 Student Body Vice Pres., 33 Soph. Class Pres.3 Junior Class Treas.3 NHS, 3-43 Hi-Y, 2-3-4, Pres. 43 Vice Pres of Coun- ty-Phoenix Hi-Y Council, 43 Football Club, 2-3-43 Sgt.-of-arms, 33 Letter- mans Club, 2-3-4: Judge, en 43 Sgt.-of-arms, 23 Te Canteen Pres., 23 Carnival Chairman, 33 Football, I-2- arsit 2 3 4' 3-41 V y, - - , Co- captain, 43 Varsity Track, 23 Basketball, I-43 Base- ball, 3-43 Well liked by all. Ambition: FBI agent. EDNA THOMPSON GREEN "Toots"3 "Shoot, I don't care"3 Mixed chorus, 2-3- 43 Chorus Letterman, 3-43 Operetta, 23 Student Coun- cil, 23 She's sweet, she's married, they're both lucky. Ambition: Make Max a wonderful wife. RONI HANCOCK "Punkin"3 "l'm w' it ya crubin"3 Leftermans Club, 43 Football Club, 2-33 FFA, 2-33 Sqt-at-arms, 43 Hi-Y, 43 Football, I-2-3-43 Track, 2-33 Baseball, I-43 Basket- ball, I3 Bovs Follies, 3-43 Harvest Attendant, 4. Am- bition: Rancher. BETTE M. GRIMM "Grimm"3 "Never"3 Fash- ion Show, 43 Chorus, 2-3- 43 Much outcry, much out- come. Ambition: Secre- tary. BLANCHE A. HAN D Student Council, 43 Quil and Tour - -3' Ban oncert I 2-3 Llbrar Staff, 33 She's IIBPPY: she has all she could want. The Seniors BETTYLEE HARKEY "Harkey"3 "Hey, wait a minufe"3 Girls Follies, 3- 43 GAA, I-2-3-43 GAA Council, 23 Vice Pres., 33 Recorder, 43 Pep Club, 2- 3-43 Y-Teens, 3-43 Vice Pres., 3-43 Letterglrls, 2- 3-4: Treas., 33 Pres., 43 Pom-Pom Girls, 43 Bad- minton, I-2-3-43 Bowling Club, 43 Varsity Tennis, 3- 43 AII Star Track, I3 All Star SoftbaIl3 State Bad- minton Champ, 33 Good all-round sport. Ambition: Be a P.E. coach. DENNY K. HARMAN "Harman"3 "Ann"3 FFA, 2-3-43 Vice Pres., 33 Pres., 43 Football Club, I3 Let- termans Club, 43 Sq'I-at- arms, 43 Frosh Class Pres.3 Soph Class Vice Pres.3 Jr. Class Vice Pres.3 Football, I-3-43 Co-cuatain, 43 Chorus, 43 essiah, 43 Harvest King, 33 Half ofa very sweet twosome, ac- tive and friendly. Am- bition: A rancher and raise--cattle. HAL HARRIS ' "HaIoway"3 llifvo-TSI.: Hi-Y, 43 Jerome transfer3 A character and a half. Ambition: Make an honest living. THURMAN HARRIS Frosh Track, I3 Varsity Track, 23 A very quiet, hard working quy. Ambi- tion: Funeral director. "Loin-loin"3 FHA, I-43 and Scroll, 43 Band I-2-33 B , I 2 ,l d I C . - : Y 3 I Y Ambition: "Marry fella." Class ol X53 The Seniors BETTIE ALEAN HENDERSON "Mofherly"3 "Yea? ls fhaf righf,"3 Pep Club, 3-43 Maioreffe, 43 Sfu- denf Council, lg Lively and likeable: Ambilion: To hear fhose church bells ring! LLOYD L. HEITMEYER "Pefe"3 "This is for fhe birds"3 NHS, 43 Boys Sfafe, 33 Tennis Team, 2-3-43 Lefferman, 2-3-43 Lefferman's Club, 43 To know him is fo like him. Ambifion: Civil engineer. ELIZABETH HOLMAN "Be'Hy"3 "One never knows, does one!"3 Cho- rus, l-2-3-4: Messiah, 3-43 FHA, 43 Co-operafive and genial. Ambifion: To be a nurse. GEORGE HOOVER "Gorgeous George"3 FFA, 23 Baseball, I3 Baskefball, I3 Appears quief buf . . . Ambifion: Aufo mechanic. Class of X53 MARLENE HUNT "Mar"g "Gee Whizl"3 Transfer from Michigan, 33 Always a smile. Ambi- fion: Nurse. DALE L. JACO "Jake"3 Golf, 3-43 Golf Club, 3-4: Tennis, 2-33 Sfudenf Council, 4 A wonderful worker. Ambi- fion: Successful farmer. BETTY LOUISE JACKSON "Jackie"3 "Oh really!"3 GAA, l-2-3-43 Presidenf, 43 Leffergirls, 2-3-41 Vice Presiclenf, 33 Pep Club, 2-3-43 Bowling Club, 43 Varsify Badminfon, 3-4: Badminfon Club, 3-43 Ten- nis, 3-43 Track, I3 Cheer- leader, 43 Y-Teens, 3-41 Pres., 43 Girls Follies, 43 Sfudenf Council, 33 Avid sporfs enfhusiasf3 preffy and fUI'lj Ambifion: Air- line Hosfess. DANNY B. JARRETT "Chich"3 "Check fhal' Mudda"3 Hi-Y, 43 Sunny- slope rep., 43 Baskefball, 43 Ouief nafure, friendly. Ambilion: Millionaire. JACOUELINE JACKSON "Jackie"3 "M e r c y "3 Transfer from Soulh Caro- lina3 A bif of fhe old Soufh. ELINORE JOHNSON "Elly"3 "Loin-Loin"3 FHA I3 NHS, 43 Sludenf coun- cil, 23 Smarf and affrac- five. Ambifion: Secrefary. WAYNE L. JENSEN "Go home, Baxfer"3 Golf, 3-43 Captain, 3-43 Golf Club, 3-43 School golf frophy, 33 JV baseball, I3 Never has much fo say buf seems fo fhink a lof. Ambifion: Denfisf. CHARLENE V. JUNCKER "Junck-if"3 "I never done if"3 Pep Club, 3-43 Badm'nfon, 23 Marching squad, 23 A peppy per- sonalifv. Ambifion: Marry a sailor. DOROTHY JOYCE KAWA oI"g "Whaf did I say wrong now?"g Pep Club, 234: . 1' ' Fol-' I-I FHA 2 Girls les 4g Induslrlous and a eal nice glrIg.Amblfion:: ome Economics Mayor. KENNETH KIMSEY "Ken", NHS 4, Seeming ly quiel buf . . . Ambi lion: "Very Iiflle, if any GLADYS KENLY GAA Council, 4, GAA, -g Pe Club, 2-3-4, I 2 3 4 p ecrelary, 4, FHA, 3, Harvest Queen affendanf, 3 Junior Class Play, 4, Senior Class Play, 4, Girls Follies, 3-4: Fashion Show, 3 Sporls Edilor Hi-Lifes, 4 Annual Slaff, 4, Girls League Council, 3-43 Cule, fun and full of pep. Ambifion: One year of college, reqisfered nurse, airline hosfess, gel mar- ried-in lhal order. ROSITA KNOX "Rosie", "Oh you lil' ole honey", Homecoming Queen, 47 Sweelhearl Queen, 31 Preffy in If popular. Ambition: line hosfess. ELAINE KEZES G A, I-2-3-47 Pep Club, Z 3-41 Leffergirls, 3-43 Jr. ass Play, 33 Sr. Class y, 3, NHS, 4, Smarf, I and a'Hrac1ive. helpfu Ambifion: Secrelary. MARY KOBASHI "Kobe", "Oh poohey Pres Pep Club, I-2-3-45 3: NHS, 4, Exchange Ed ilor, 43 Quill and Scrol 4, GAA, I-2-3-43 Grrs League Pres., 4, Jr. Class Secy.g Sr. Class Sec Head Cheerleader, Salad Bowl Princess, 4 Annual Sfaff, 43 Grs Sfafe, 33 The brighlesf shiniesl personalily. Pre'Hy loo. Ambifion: Nurse TOM KIMBLER if eas " Bo s Fed Take y g y - erafion Congressman. 4 ofball, 2, Tennis, 2: A card and oh, Ihose dim- ples, Well liked. Ambi- hon: Archilecf. JERALD RAYMON D KOPKE "Jerry", "Oh we NHS, 3-43 Sfudenf Coun cil, 2-4g Boys Sfafe, 3, Ten nis, 3-4: Sludenl Rofaruan l 4, Lelferman, 3-4, humor his specia fy smarf. Ambilion: Go I college. MARGARET ANN MARTIN Annie"3 "Hey Duffer' glieens, I-23 FHA, I3 Gi orus, 2-43 Mixe Chorus, 33 Chorus Letter man, 3-43 Messiah, 43 She likes peopIe3 they like her Ambition: Secretary. SARAH MARTINEZ "Tarito"3 "Oh nuts" un is a pal. Ambition: Work then get married. SHIRLEY MARIE MARLER Oh yeah"3 Red Masque 3 Library Staff, 33 Soft spoken, industrious. Am bltion: Secretary. WADE L. McCASSALIN "That's a bit of all right Generally quiet and re served, but friendly once you get know him. Polly HonestIy" GAA 2 She appears re served but thats lust a coverup. Ambition: Secre PAULINE MALLORY tary. GARY L. MCCLURE "Mac"3 "When I was a little kid . . . "3 Band I 2-3-43 Band Letterman I 2-3-4: Band Concert, I 23 43 Band Tour, I-2- Dance Band, 2-33 All State Band, I-33 Boys Follies 4 Never a worry, never a care3 life is fine: an excel lent musician. Ambition Music tea cher. RALPH MAGNENAT Chorus, l-2-31 Chorus Let- terman, 2.31 Operetta, 23 Messiah, 2-33 Stage Crew, 34 Annual Photographer, A likeable, friendly guy. Ambition: Electrical nglneer. JOHN JESS MCGON IGLE "Mud"3 "You tathead Red Masque, 3-43 Band I 2-3-43 Band Concert, 2 3 43 Band Tour, 2-3-43 A devilish grin with a per sonalitv to match. Ambi tion: Engineer. rls SHI "Bu RLINE MCKENZIE bbles", "Darn", GAA, 3, Silence is golden. Am- bifion: Airline hosfess. MARTHA ANN MONROE California Transfer, 3, Fashion Show, 4, Don'f iudge her sweefness by her size! Ambifion: Sec- relary. DON M. McKINNEY "'Mac", "Whal are you going fo do?" Quiefly Sif- fing, walching and wail- ing. Ambifion: Crop dusf- er pilol. DAVID MOORE "Sexy", "Geffing any . . . sleep fhaf is?", Peoria Transfer, 2, Unfil I furn over a new leaf, fhe old one will have fo do. Am- bifion: Lawyer or gigalo. ARLYN MOORES "Arlie", Come on, Lois, lef's hurry!",Y-Teens, I, Fashion Show, I-3, Girls Follies, 3, Band, 2-3-4, Band Concerfs, 4, Band Tour, 4, Band Lefferman, 4, Orchesfra, 2, Jr. Class Play, 4, Sr. Class Play, 4, Co-Feafure Edifor of Hi- Lifes, 4, Annual Sfaff, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Co- Edifor of Sfudenf Mag- azine, 4, Looks, person- alify, falenf, and ambifion all rolled up in one. Am- bifion: Be a singer and make money! DON MICHAEL MENSENDICK "Mensi", "Hi, Smiley", Band, I-2-3-4, Dance Band, 3-4, Band Concerf, I-2-3-4, Band Tour, l-2-3-4, Band Leflerman, 2-3-4, Presi- denf, 4, Lefferman, 3-4, Treasurer, 4, Baskefball, I-2-3-4, Track, 3, Boys Sfafe, 3, All Slafe Baskef- ball, 3-4, He and sporfs are feammafes, fall and handsome. Ambilion: FBI agenf. JERRY D. MIDDLETON "McGoo", "Grassie, Crouch, lef's difch!" Boys Federafion Congressman, 4, Jr. Class Play Lead, 3, Baseball, I-2, Proiecfion- isf, 4, The fypical exfro- verf, quife a characfer, fhe cog fhaf complefes fhe wheel. Ambifion: Gef rich sol can go back fo Paris. CONSUELO CASTANEDA NAVARRO "Shorfy", "Oh naughty", Tolleson Transfer, 3, Fash- ion Show, 3, How could so much be so liffle. Ambi- tion: Typisf. The Seniors CATHERINE NELSON "Cafhy", "Loin - Loin", FHA, I-4, Band, 2-3, Band Concerfs, 2-3, Band Tour, 2, Orchesfra, I, Band Lef- ferman, 2-3, Hi-Lifes News Edifor, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Co- Edifor of Sfudenf Maga- zine, 4, Fashion Show, I-2, NHS, 4, Work is work and musf be done, buf as she works she has her fun, a wonderful girl. Ambifion: Wrife and fravel. LOIS MARY O'HARRA "Lo", "Waif a minufe Arlyn, I'm coming!", Y- Teens, I, Girls Follies, 3, Fashion Show, I-3-4, Or- chesfra, 2-3, Sfudenf Council, 4, Co-Feafure Edifor of Hi-Lifes, 4, An- nual Sfaff, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Hisforlan, 4, A preffy girl, whose falenf, sweolness, and friendli- ness mafches her affrac- fiveness. Ambifion: Go fo college, sfudy inferior decorafion. BARBARA OKABAYASHI "BO", GAA, I-3, Pep Club, 2-3-4, Secrelary, 3, Vice Pres., 4, Girls League Secy.-Treas., 2, Fashion Show, I-3-4, Big surprises come in small packages. Ambifion: Go fo college. LILLIAN TING ONG "Lillv": GAA, l, Tennis, 2-3, Sweefness is her pass- word. Ambifion: :Sfudy bacferiology. Class ol X53 The Seniors lROGER F PEABODY 1' og"3 'By George" Transfer from New Yor ' Rog wasn t ere long3 shy guy. Ambition: Machinist. Ol-ENE Ol-SEN ARTHUR PLATE HSBUCSFHI "Devour it un- prepared"3 Ohio Transfer, 3 Band, 2-3-43 Band e - erman, 2-3- 3 Dance nd, 2-3-43 Band on- c , 2-3-41 Band Tour, 2- 3-43 Student Council3 Boys ies, 3-43 Baseball, 3 Basketball Manager, 43 Mischievous w'th a ioke for everything. Another of M . Davis' trumpeteers. Ambition: To show up Reg Brooks. FHA, I-23 GAA, I-23 Pe Club, 2-3-43 President, 43 Intelligent, industrious, in- dispensable. Ambition: Go to college. NANCY PERKINSON f 'fPerky"g "Boy, that's ter- r1lf5C'gGAeA,Hl-2-43 Trjnnis, - 3 irs o ies,43 ancy MARJORIE M- OWEN always has fun -always HMBVQBUQ "Loin - loin"3 laughing and happy. Am- FHA, l-43 Girls League bition: Have love and 2 Council, I-43 Student money! Council, 2-41 NHS, 43 Band, l-2-3-43 Band Letter- man, 2-3-43 Secretary, 43 Band Concert, I-2-3-43 Band Tour, I-2-3-43 Mixed Chorus, 43 Messiah, 43 She's pretty, she's smart and she's cute as can be. Ambition: Toiqet married and raise 6 kids. BILLIE JEAN PORRAS f "l'll see you on televis- Q lOf1Q" Not a worry, not a f 1 BARBARA PETERSON IMRSJ Barbara was constantly working on something3 Busy as a bee and as sweet as honey. JEWELDEEN OWEN JESSIE RAZO l.T::y:..?F2JhMgoHy.., Pep "ChIick"I "Well. say club. 213: FHA' I: GAA' now , Band, I-2-3, Band Concerts, 2-3: Band Tour, 2-33 Girls Chorus, I3 Chorus Treasurer, 23 Mixed Chorus, 2-3-43 Mixed Cho- rus Letterman, 3-43 Mes- siah, 2-33 Chorus Librarian ,33 FHA, 33 Junior Red Cross, 33 Her sweetness can't be iudqed by her size3 cute. Ambition: ln- terior decorator. I-23 A sincere girl who would always give you a helping hand. NORMAN L. PETERSON "Pete"3 "Drop dead"3 A good looking guy3 Transfer from Chicago. HAROLD C. PARSONS "Slim"3 "l'm not talking"3 Transfer from Iowa, 43 Jr. Class Play, 43 Sr. Class Play, 43 Tall, dark and , . . fun. Ambition: To travel. DON REDMAN llSl'lCkl': "What-a-ya-say- 1 Daddy-O?"3 Band, I-2-3-43 Dance Band, l-2-3'4: Band Letterman, I-2-3-43 Band Concerts, I-2-3-43 Band 1 Tour, I-2-3-43 Track, 23 Q Fun . . . loving. Ambition: Electrical engineer. l Class of X53 s 3 3 E care. Ambition: Beauti- cian. VERNA MARIE REEMS "Oh, slop", Fashion Show, l-2-3, NHS, 4, Smarf, quief, you iusf have fo know her. Ambifion: To gef married. GERALDINE ROSENGREN "Gerry", "How dumb", Band, I-2-3-4, Band Lef- ferman, 2-3-4, Hisforian, 4, Band Concerfs, I-2-3-4, Band Tour, I-2-3-4, Girls Follies, 3-4, A sincere worker wifh many friends. Ambition: Music feacher. PATRICIA REGAN "Pai", "Good nighf!", GAA, I -2-3-4, Bowling Club, 4, Sfudenf Council, 4, One of fhe sweelesf, mosf dependable girls in GUHS. Ambition: To have a CBFGEF. JAMES K. ROSTERMUNDT "Sfick", "Turn green", Lifchfield Transfer, 2, Chorus, 2-3-4, Vice Presi- denf, 3, Chorus Lefferman, 2-3-4, Opereffa, 2, Proiec- fionisf, 4, The smile helps make his many friends. Ambifion: Pilof-firsf man fo fhe moon. SHIRLEY RICHARDSON "Oh nufs", Fashion Show, 3-4, Transfer from Massa- chuseffs, 3, Friendly, al- ways lauqhing. Ambifion: Secrelary. VIOLA FAY RUDDELL "Viole+s", "Be genfle", GAA, I, Pep Club, 2-3, Fashion Show, 2-3-4, Al- ways ready 'Io have fun, sweef. Ambifionzz Affend and qraduafe from Whif- fier College. KENNITH ROBINSON "Kenny", "Oh, greaf", He has a friendly and a quief nafure. NELLIE SANCHEZ .. - .., - 5 Darn if! , Girls Choru 3-4, Chorus Lefferman, 4, Genial, affable. Ambi- fion: Recepfionisf. The Seniors ANN SCHURTER "Oh!", GAA, I-2, FHA, 2- 3-4, Harvesf Queen, 3, Pep Club, 2-3, Girls League Rep., 3, Sfudenf Council, 2-3, Chorus, 3-4, Treas., 3, Vice Pres., 4, Chorus Lefferman, 4, Sr. Class Vice Pres., 4, She is ihe ofher half of a swell fwosome, good luck fo a sweef girl. Ambifion: Make Denny a good wife. GENE SCHAFFER A friendly fellow who was lnferesfed in farming. Nice smile. LULA LONG SHELTON l.eff GUHS mid-ferm and IS happily married. Senior Class Treasurer, GAA, I- 2-3-4, Pom-Pom, 2, Pep Club, 2, Leffergirls, 3-4. ROBERT L. SHERLOCK "Bob", "lf you say so", Cheerful, wifh a super smile. Ambifion: Civil engineer. 1 Class ol i53 The Seniors GEORGE SH ERWOOD "Frenchy", "Don't give me trouble, kid!", Foot- ball, 4, Letterman, 4, Stu- dent Council, 3, Quiet but a very likeable guy. Am- bition: To be an FBI agent. LOUEEN SHORT "Louie", "Laugh on the dotted line", Chorus, 3-4, Photography Club, 4, President, 4, Ohio Trans- fer, 3, Always a wisecrack, alwaysa laugh. Ambition: Police photographer. VIRGINIA SMITH "Ginger", "You don't know, do you?", FHA, I- 2-3, Chorus, I, Marching Squad, 2, Sweet, with iust a touch of spice. Ambi- tion: Be a housewife. ADELINE SOTO "PoodIes", "Keep it cool", GAA, 2-3, A very friendly gal. Ambition: Beautician. Class ol X53 AMELIA SOTO "Mellie", "You don't know, do you?", GAA I, 2, Tiny and soft spoken. Ambition: Work and get married. DONNA TAYLOR "Blondie", Pep Club 2, FHA I, GAA I, 2, YFC 4, Secretary 4, Girls League secretary 4, Student body treas. 4, Girls Follies 3, 4, Blonde, blue eyes, who could ask for anything more? Ambition: Interior decorator. RODNEY STEPHENS "Rod", JV Baseball I, Varsity Football 4, Easy going good guy. Ambition: Play college football. SHIRLEY THOMPSON "Sheerlee Tay", "Loin, Loin", Band I, 2, 3, Band Letterman I, 2, 3, Pep club 3, 4, FHA I, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Cardinal Hi- Lites 4, Business Manager 4, Annual staff 4, Business manager 4, A ray of sun- shine in GUHS. RAYMOND STIFFLER "Ray", "Things are tough all over this year", Band Letterman 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4,Band Concert 2, 3, 4, Band tour 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club I, NHS 4, Always willing to help anyone do anything. Ambition: Minister or chef. DAVID D. TOLMACHOFF "Buzzard", "Buy me one Hank", Frosh class sec' student council 2, FFA 3, 4, Lettermans club 4, Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I Track 2, 3, 4, Basketbal I, 2, One of the boys, Ambition: To have lots of money. WAYNE H. STU MP Photo'CIub 2, 3, 4, Cai-di. nal Hi-Lites Photographer 3, 4, Helsseldom seen, al- WBYS hiding behind his camera. Ambition: Press photographer. FRANCES JOYE TOWNE "Joye", "Guess what?" GAA I, 2, Golf Club 4, Photography 4, Proiection- ist 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Concert 2, 3, 4, Band Tour 2, 3, 4, She is swell and helpful too. Ambition: Dental Hygienist. FRED TREGUBOFF "Henry"3"Abowl of Johns favorife borsh"3 FFA 2, 3, 43 Sql, of arms 33 Foofball 2, 3, 43 Baskefball 2, 33 Leffermans club 3, 43 Har- vesf Affendanf 33 One- of fhe boys. Ambifion: "Cow milker and card shark." BILL VAN CAMP "Deacon"3 "Sainfs pre- serve us"3 Sfudenf council I3 Band 2, 3, 43 Band Lef- ferman 2, 3, 43 Band con- cerls 2, 3, 43 Band four 2.3, 43 Red Masque 33 Hi- Lifes reporfer 43 Sfudenf organisf 3, 43 Boys sfafe 33 Going places, and is willing lo work fo gef fhere3 swell personalify. Ambifion: Be high Bishop of Mefhodisf church and Presidenl of fhe Senafe. VIRGINIA TREGUBOFF "Ginny"Z "How 'boul' lhaf?"3 FHA I3 Pep club 3, 43 Chorus 3, 43 Chorus iefferman 3, 43 We like friendly girls like Virginia. Ambifion: Secrefary. LORA DEAN VAN DEVER "Oh corn"3 GAA I3 Pep club, 33 Chorus, I, 2, 33 Chorus Iefferman 33 Mes- siah 23 Sweef, wifh a sun- ny disposifion. Ambifion: Airline hosfess. RICHARD VASQUEZ FLOYD W. UPHOFF "FIudi Drive"3 "How's a Going bOY?": Band 3, 43 Band four 43 Track 2, 33 Find Floyd and you'll find Fun.. Ambifion: Elecfrical engineer. FAU LA VARN ER Phoenix fransfer 23 An OK gal. Ambifion: Airline hosfess. CRAIG VAIL "Crubin"3 "Hey-Punkin, lefs go!"3 FFA I, 2, 3, 43 Treas. 2, 33 Harvesf King 43 Ruqqed buf righf3 Full of mischief, funn Ambi- lion: Farmer. "TanquiIi"3 Foofball 43 Lefferman 43 Boys Follies 43 His quiel manner covers his devilish nafure. Ambi- lion: See fhe world. The Seniors JUDITH ANN WADE HJUdY": "I'm nof gonna do if"3 Chorus I, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer I3 Chorus Lef- ferman 3, 43 Opereffa 23 Messiah 2, 3, 43 FHA 43 Leff school mid-ferm lo be wifh her husband3 sweef. Ambifion: To make Leon a good wife. REBECCA WAGNER "Becky"3 "Big deal"3 Whaf a sweef delighl a quief life affords. Ambi- fion: Beaufy operafor. RUTH ALLENE WAITE "Alley Ca1"'3 "Loin-Loin" Student Council I3 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Band leflerman 2, 3, 43 Band concert I, 2, 3, 43 Band four I, 2, 3, 43 Red Masque 33 Pep Club 3, 43 NHS 43 Golf 3, 43 Golf Club 3, 43 Hi-Lifes reporfer 43 annual sfaff 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Secre- 'lary-freasurer 43 Quief buf exfends a helping hand when needed. Well liked, sincere. Ambifion: fo go fo Soufh America. MARION LORINE WALDECK "Toofs"3 "Oh fudge"3 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Band Lef- 'lerman I, 2, 3, 43 Band Concerf I, 2, 3, 43 Band four I, 2, 3, 43 Girls sfafe 32 Girls Follies 43 Proiec- fionisf l, 2, 3, 43 Office work 43 NHS 43 A cufe girl wifh a swell sense of hu- mor. Ambifion: secrefary. Class of X53 The Seniors JAMES L. WELCH "Jim", Red Masque 2, 3, FFA 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, Band Tour 2, 3, 4, Band Letterman 3, 4, Stage crew 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play 2, 3, The dark mys- terious type. Ambition: Electrical engineer. GLEN WIEDENHAUPT "l reckon", His quietness fools you. Ambition: Store manager. VIVIAN WILLIAMS Tall, slim blonde, very friendly. KENNETH G. WILLIAMSON "Smiley", "Where's Men- si?", Hi-Y 2, Red Masque 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Con- certs 2, 3, 4, Band tours 2, 3, 4, Band Letterman 3, 4, Vice pres. 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Track 2, ls iust what his nickname de- scribes. Ambition: Music TEECIIEF. Class ol X53 DOUGLAS WINGFIELD "Doug", Litchfield trans- fer 4, Doesn't say much. Ambition: Mechanical en- gineer. LELAND YOUNG "Lee", "Hey, Harman, let's go", FFA 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, A ioker in the crowd. Ambition: Farmer. OLETA MAE WOOD "Possum", "Oh-mi-gosh!" Red Masque 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Concert 2, 3, 4, Band tour 2, 3, 4, Girls chorus I, Poise and beauty is the lucky combination. Ambition: Teacher. MARILYN ZIEGLER "Zeke", "What is it Red Masque 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, Secretary treasurer 4, Freshman Class Treasurer Band I, 2, 3, 4, Band Let- terman 2, 3, 4, Band Con- cert l, 2, 4, Band Tour I, 3, 4, Band Secretary 3, Orchestra l, 2, Little, liv- ely and likeable. Ambi- tion: Biological chemist. BERTHA YBARRA Nice to know. FLORENCE BARRETT "Flossie", A very sweet girl with a sparkling per- sonality. Graduated dur- ing her third year. FLOYD A. YODER "Pat", "Wait a sec", Photographer 2, What a personality! Makes friends easily. Ambition: Teacher Clubs .. N wllgkh fb f X x I A gAL,x,E: ,f" ::::? ra A ,Q 011,12-, CQQX A x 'ff' T7 ' v .. -X X I F' j "-'igufllg F QX ,V + 'G "'T mfg Q' K Z X ' ' X xxxxxxxmxxw I L ffl it J, i A . X X xv 'Ll-Xlli. N Organizations.. E991 we .xdnnuaf R l, l-r: Gladys Kenly, Walter Gras- sie, editor, and Aryln Moores. R 2, l-r: Shirley Thompson, business manager, Mary Kobashi, Allene Waite, Cathy Nelson, Lois O'Harra, and Eddie Brown. 368 1953 Carina! i was edited by Walter Grassie with Shirley Thompson, business man- ager, and under the advice of Mr. James M. Coftroth, journalism in- structor. 9 UOOII I N.: The photography staff: top row, left to right, Wayne Stump, James Aldridge, Ralph Mognanet, Advisor Del E. Stapley, bottom row left to right, Loueen Short, Jack Fletcher, Charles Heath, Staff-Artist, Parker Lane. Junior journalists assisting with the annual were, R l, I-r: Nancy Rucker, Norma Burnett, and Carole Regan. R 2, l-r: Graydon Hall Lou Anderson and Phyllis Lowe. I:lOl1 A The Cardinal Hi-Lites editors: first row, left to right, Catherine Nelson, news editor, Lois O'Harra, co-feature editor, Eddie Brown, editor in chief, Arlyn Moores, co-feature editor. Second row, left to right, Mary Kobashi, exchange editor, Gladys KeKnly, sports editor, Elaine Anderson, associate editor. 20111144 144-11755 The scribes that wrote the Cardinal Hi-Lites: first row, left to right, Elaine Anderson, Laura Gonzales, Shirley Thompson, row two, left to right, Gary McClure, Allene Waite, Carolyn Beck, Gladys Kenly, Mary Kobashi, Cath- erine Nelson, row three, left to right, Eddie Brown, Arlyn Moores, Sterling Ridge, Walter Grassie, Lois O'Harra, James Aldridge. Quill and Scroll Members Left to right, first row: Gladys Kenly, Allene Waite, Secretary- Treasurer, Walter Grassie, Vice-- President, Elaine Anderson, President, Lois O'Harra, His- torian, Second row, left to right: Mr. Coffroth, Sponsor, Shirley Thompson, Ma ry Kobashi Blanche Hand, Cathy Nelson, Laura Gonzales, Arlyn Moores, Bill Van Camp, Phyllis Lowe. Third row, left to right: Lou Anderson, Graydon Hall. National Honor Society Left to right, first row: Elaine Anderson, Dollie Bidinger, Caro- lyn Whitlock, Mary Kobashi, Nan-cy Mothershead, Phyllis Lowe, Jim Boginis, Walter Gras- sie. Second row: Marion Wal- deck, Kathryn Straight, lllene Akin, Dora Noble, Joanne Cuddihy, Kathy Nelson, Pete Heitmeyer, Rex Brewster, Claire, Gardner, Ken Kimsey. Third row: Judy Mitchell, Shirley Thompson, Allene Waite, Laura Gonzales, Elaine Kezes, Marilyn Zeigler, Steve Carr, Kenny Erickson, Angel Cisneroz, Ben Tadano. Fourth row: Marjorie Owen, Joanne Haddox, Wanda Leach, Elinore Johnson, Mr. Vernon Bice, Ray Stiffler, Gerald Kopke, Lou Anderson, Jim Hampton. Members Mixed Chorus Firsl row, lefl lo righl, Ann Blakney, Virginia Packer, Palsy Baker, Jackie Wade, Margie Marler, Elaine Andor- son, Phyllis Randolph, Sharon Smilh, Relha Freeman, Bill Leonard, Johnny Sidhu, Homer Burnell, John Beverly, Norman Mullen, Edward Harris, Charles Parks. Second row: Arlene Craig, Dollie Bidinger, Carol Miller, Roberla Hicks, Lois Payne, Pal Harl, Mariorie Owen, Marina Krause, Rulh Gilbelson, Ted Smilh, Charles Heberlein, Eugene Kirby, Dennv Harman, C'air Gardner, Emmel Smilh, Direclor Mr. Gardner. Third row: Loa Lamb, Jeannie Slead, Jolyane Conway, Belly Holman, Mari- orie Darby, Barbara Blake, Nanna Belshe, Laura Gonzales, Norma Bur- nell, Meril Hicks, Bruce Mossman, and James Roslermundl. Fourlh row: Joanne Harris, JoAnne Harris, Marlha Thompson, Francis Nash, Sylvia Burnell, Sharon Burns, Audrv Sllll, Ann Shurler, Edna Green, Phyllis Leonard, Carolyn Davies, Charles Franklin, Leroy Eqflleslon, Alex Cclaya, Roberl Graham, Marvin Fosler and Sonny Sidhu. Third Hour Girl's Chorus Firsl row, lefl lo righl, Nancy Lampe, Gloria Ross, Janice Robinson, Harriel Smilh, Joann Pale, Belly Wilson, Janie Lane, Elizabelh Slenglin, Nancy Elv, Edilh Reed, Rosemary Salpielro, Norma Lange. Second row: Shirley Hunler, Belly Carnahan, Kalhy Fosler, Laurel Park- er, Marlys Doolillle, Margie Vermil- lian, Dorla While, Mae Malsusaki, Marlene McLaws, Carol Anderson, Leah Gilberl, Norma Burnell. Third row: Mary Youno, Carol Helwig DeNell Crismon, Jackie Hiland, Shir- ley Arey, Donna Kunkee, Joan Beagle, Carol Larson, Carol Ford, Marlene Greenlee, Belle Grimm, and Penny Harlley. Fourlh row: Nellie Sanchez, Phvllis Adams, Janyce Lane, Marian Rich, Eddilyn Brawner, Virginia Smilhharl, Peggy Jones, Rebecca Tidwell, Alice Kinq, Barbara Echols, Shirley Morris, Wanda Terry, Joann Brillon, Aileen Johnson. Sixlh Hour Girl's Chorus Firsl row, lefl lo riqhl, Sue Mapes, Jeanese Kaufman, Carol Kammeyer, Sarah Marlinez, Mary Kauffman, San- dra Doolillle, Beverly Teelers, Vesla Haslings, Marilyn Konke, Calherine Slagel, Barbara Slagel, Carol Green, lorella Collins, Barbara Dunkel, Nav- dine Belshe, Belly W'se, Margare? Varder, Belly Aldridge, Shirley Wil- liamson. Second row: Sherry Burgus, Sara Con- ner, Jo Ann Lee, Barbara Zilar, Lan- elle Harris, Belly Jones, Kav Sud- darlh, Marion Meill, Aleane Brewer, Thelma Bledsoe, Wanda Owens, Bar-- bara Williams, Lois Sheller, Janel Slrinqer, JoAnne Woslacha, Treva Nickerson, Nancy Oehmke, Shirley Sholwell, Margarel Maben, Direclor Mr. Gardner. Th'rd row: Jerrie Sloan, Carol Slal-I, Diana Berry, Evelyn Johnson, Belly Garcia, Phyllis Blackwell, Laura Mae Brenner, Belly Grannis, Dorolhy Treg- uboff, Belh Maurer, Norma Johnson, Josie DeLeon, Henriella Valdez, Belly Alexander, MariLynn Ballzer, Barbara Siebenaler. Fourth row: Joyce Cornell, Pal Marks, Sylvia Neilsch, Lenora Bellew, Re- becca Griffin, Phyllis Fosler, Shirley Collen, Kalhleen Hunler, Ann Marlin, Clara Bradshaw, Hazel Bradshaw, Anila Whelan, Jo lou Jones, Shirley Barllell, Donna Davis, Marlene Schla- gel, Carolyn Scoll. Row 1, L to R: Patti Taylor, Kathleen Loucks, John Casey, Grace Bertch, Mary Miller, Charles Masters, Pat Moore. Row 2, L to R: Myrtice Coffman, Nancy Rucker, John Ridley, Joann Haddox, Gene Garcia, Margie Owen, Gary Rcher, Raymond Lamoreaux, Ilene Akin, Oleta Wood, Phyllis Lowe. Row 3, L to R: Geraldine Rosengren, Marion Waldeck, Trinidad Pinedo, Raymond Stiffler, Alva Savattone, Joye Towne, Don Redman, Allene Waite, Jim Welch, Bill Van Camp, Carol Craigo, Lora Lee Rowland, Barbara Fischer, Emma Sue Jacobs, Carol Sue Bowen, Terry Casey. Row 4, 'L to R: Rober Emerson, Dola White, Gladys Auble, Geraldine Gonzales, Margie Colbert, Reg Brooks, Art Plate, Bobby Allen, Larry Horne, Don Mensendick, Shirley Smith. Row 5, L to R: Marilyn Zeiqler, Shirley Bell, Lynn Slaughter, Kenneth Erickson, Welborn Smith, Paul Sypherd, Jim Ashe, Joann Akers, Dorothy Jensen, Floyd Uphotf, Jim Adams. Row 6, L to R: Dan Hunt, Jack Morris, Jim Eaton, Bob Hoorihan, Dave Eastlake, Joe Martinez, Mr. Al Davis, Director, Larry O'Harra, Robert Potter, Jim Williams, John McGonigle, Jerry Meyers, Mumford Graham. GLW, Varsity Banff Row 1, L to R: Nancy Loveless, Ka1'h'f Cherry, Marjorie Colbert, Joyce Davis, Barbara Five.-. Rc-w 2, L to R: Henry Thompson, Larry Lee, Karen Bonnemier, Emma Sue Jacobs, Karen Burris. Row 3, L to R: David Otter, Freddy Lizarraga, Robert Berr, Mumford Graham, Jack Massey, Carl Stiffler. Row 4, L to R: David Welshe, Larry Western, Dick Gillespie, Gary Godbehere, Brain Robinson, Kenneth Buell, Tom Peterson, Robert Koonce. lf? Q61 Wdfiqbte Red Masque officers are left to right, Norma Burnett, president, Ruth Gilbertson, vice-president, Loa Lamb, secretary-treasurer, Mr. Verne Cook, sponsor. Band Lettermen Left to right, first row: Gracie Bertch, Myr- tice Kauffman, Pyllis Lowe, Pat Moore, Marilyn Zeigler, Allene Waite. Second row: Joanne Haddox, Geraldine Rosengrin, lllene Akin, Marion Waldeck, Marjorie Owens. Third row: Jim Welch, Bill Van Camp, Wel- born Smith, Raymond Stiffler, John Akin, John Casey, Dan Hunt, Don Mensendick, Mumford Graham, Reggie Brooks, Don Hourihan, Joe Garcia, Art Plate, Willard Krauss. Left to right, first row: Jim Eaton, Ruth Cook, Ann Blakney, Loa Lamb, John Mc- Gcnigle, Jesse Ahart. Second row: Rod Dor- sett, Oleta Wood, Norma Burnett, Ruth Gilbertson, Sharon Burns, Louise Baldwin, Judy Chamberland, Kathy Foster, Geraldine Gonzales, Gladys Auble, Jeanie Stead, Sharon Robison, Barbara Cruzan, Mr. Verne Cook. Third row: Norma Lange, Sharon Smith, Ruth Barry, Mary Sue Hughes, Diane Erbland, Barbara Fisher, Darla White, Janet McCowen, Meryl Ahart, Roberta Hicks, Kay Inhoshita. FHA members are left to right, front row: Karlene Singh, Doralee Anderson, Clairann Cordes, Porta Lee Hensley, Gloria Marcos, Manya Conovaloff, Treva Nickerson, Carolyn Be-ck. Second row: Fay Medar, Lucy Aja, Pat Fowler, Flora Jean Maynard, Barbara Anderson, Eva Martin, Marie Rita, Beverly Tang, Pearl Tolmachoff. Third row: Barbara Hutchison, Barbara Gale, Royalie Sanchez, Lanel Harris, Marilyn Cloud, Myrna High, Sue Bowen, Melba Johnson, Mrs. Sewright. Fourth row: Gertie Valenzuela, Ann Schurter, Betty Hutchison, Mollie Lindsay, Janet Severns, Lorene Heinzig, Jo Ann Menard, Doris Hirose, Carol Anderson, Marsha Maierle, Mildred Sherrill. Fifth row: Vicki Aja, Betty Tang, Barbara Walker, Doris Evans, Deanne Morgan. is lflflfl,l"Q Olflflelflfla, QP5 The Future Homemakers of America is an organization open to girls interested in Home Economics. Serving as officers this year were, left to right: Carolyn Back, president, Pat Fowler, historian, Clairann Corcles, secretary, Barbara Anderson, treasurer, Doralee Anderson, vice-president. Chorus Lettermen Chorus lettermen, left to right, front row: Marlena Krause, Phyllis Adams, Joanne Lee, Alice Britton, Frances Nash, Audrey Still, Elaine Anderson, Kathy Foster, Ann Blakney, Patsy Baker, Sarah Martinez, Laurel Parker, Marlys Doolittle, Betty Aldridge, Betty Grimm, Second row: Nellie Sanchez, Jenesse Kauffman, Phyllis Leonard, Carolyn Davies, Shar: . Smith, Sharon Burns, Laura Gonzales, Loa Lamb, t-20.13 Belshe, Arlene Craig, Carol Miller, Virginia Packer, Betty Holman, Jo- layne Conway, Dollie Bidinger, Penny Hart- ley. Third row: Edna Green, Leah Gilbert, Sylvia Burnett, Norma Burnett, Ruth Gilbert- son, Claire Gardner, Leroy Eggelzsora, Charles Franklin, Mary Sanchez, Ann Martin, Margie Darby, Jane Robinson, Joanne Harris, Kay lnoshita, Mae Matsusaki. QI' 6 olzdglfie The Girls League is an organization to which every girl in GUHS belongs. Servingastheir officers for the l952-53 school year were, left to right, Mary Kobashi, president, Nancy Mothershead, vice- president, Betty Taclano, secretary-treasurer, Donna Taylor, cor- responding secretary, and Mrs. Beverly Hugh, sponsor. we oaffergir A The Lettergirls are the few girls who have earned enough G. tA points to wear a G. The girls are left to right, front: Mayen Tang, Bettylee I-larkey, Barbara Walker, Gladys Kenly, Kathy Postcn. Second row: Betty Jackson, Anna Bagwell, Joanne Cuddihy, Elaine Kezes, Patsy Fowler. The Girls League council members are left to right, first row: Marjorie Owens, Manya Ccnovaloff, Janet Severns, Beverly Tang, Sharon Freeman, Donna Taylor. Second row: Sandy Uhlman, Joan Nicholson, Shelby Port- er, Betty Tadano, Beverly Wilson, Mary Ann Menard. Third row: Kathryn Straight, Mary Kobashi, Clairann Cordes, Gladys Kenly, Judy Mitchell, Nancy Mothershead, and Mrs. Beverly Hugh. L l Pep Club Members Lefl lo righl, firsl row: Belly Jackson, Doris Tolmachoff, Jackie Bailey, Marie Harris, Lucy Aia, Flora Jean Maynard, Belly Hulch- ison, Eva Marlin, Sue Bowen, Barbara Ander- son. Second row: Janel Hammond, Nancy Boeg- man, Pal Conroy, Nancy Molhershead, Mary Kobashi, Gladys Kenly, Olene Olsen, Beverly Xlfilson, Belly Tadano, Belly Tang, Vickie la. Third row: Carolyn Back, Frances Boegman, Dana Barr, Shelby Porler, Joanne Cuddihy, Mary Ann Menard, Ginger Pelerson, lwana Shrock, Dorolhy Kawa, Masako Takiguchi. Fourlh row: Barbara Okabayashi, Dorlee Anderson, Bellylee Harkey, Barbara Williams, Laura Gonzales, Allene Waile, Ginger Brice, Sufi Gilberl, Rufh Gilberlson, May Malsu- sa I. Fiflh row: Pal Fowler, Miss Vera McCormick, Royalie Sanchez, Kalhryn Slraighl, Porla Lee Hensley, Nancy Rucker, Carol Larner, Doris Evans, Barbara Hulchison, Sherry Burguss, Belly Coverdale, Joan Nicholson, Carol Kammeyer, Shirley Hunler. CAQQFAUJQFJ Left to right: Carol Sue Bowen, Mary Kobashi, Nancy Mothershead, Betty Jackson, and Patty Ashinhurst. Pep Club officers are left to right: Olene Olsen, president, Barbara Okabayashi, vice-president, Gladys Kenly, secretary, Miss Vera McCormick, sponsor, Carol Sue Bowen, treasurer, and Pat Fowler, historian. Future Farmers of America FFA officers are, left to right, front row: Larry Lauchner, Keith Carter, Morris Tolmachoff. Back row: Denny Harmon, Danny Viscayo, Dave Eastlake, and Roni Hancock. Lettermen Left to right, first row: Boyd Cope, Jim Schneider, Ronnie Alwine, Johnny Thomp- son, Harold Gentry. Second row: Bob Fried- man, Parker Sproul, Vic Lopez, Dick Falbo, Bill Evans, Don Bennett, Jim Hampton, Jim Taylor, Pete Heitmeyer, Rex Brewster, Third row: Rod Dorsett, Craig Anderson, Gerald Bunch, Don Mensenduick, Ken Ashinhurst, Jim Friedman, Jim folmachoff, Jim Han- cock and Paul Sinatra. l i FFA, left to right, First row: Denny Harman, Keith Carter, Dave Eastlake, Morris Tolma- choff, Danny Viscaya, Larry Lauchner, Roni Hancock, Mr. Owen Allen, Second row: Mike Fish, Marshall Varner, Bob Allen, Bob Emerson, John Conovaloff, Dave Tolmachoff, Jim Tolmachoff, Karl Varner, Henry Thomp- son, Jimmy McCrory, Karl Shurter. Third row: Bill Cowart, Jesse Ahart, Dave Russell, Rusty Beck, Roy Jay Stewart, Jim Hancock, Bill Heffelfinger, Jim Ashe, Hayden Green, Gary Glaspie. Fourth row: Leonard Valen- zuela, Wilburn Smith, Jennings Fish, Fred Treguboff, Homer Zale, Ernest Essary, Lowell Stewart, Bill Wagonfeher. i Members are left to right, front row: Emery Brown, Rex Brewster, Jim Patrick, Larry Lauchner, John Hedges, Ronnie Alewine, and Jerry Harmon. Second row, left to right: Hal Harris, Mike Briggs, Craig Anderson, Jimmy Taylor, James Hampton, Bob Freidman, Jack Car- ney, and Charles Hobbs, Third row, left to right: Don Hazzard, Lefty Evans, John Conovaloff, Danny Vizcaya, Jim Tolmachoff, Charles Cartwright, and Mr. Ernest Zinser, Sponsor. Hl-Y Club Officers from left to right, first row: Bill Evans, secretary, Don Hazzard, vice-president, Burt Fugate, president, second row, left to right: Jerry Harmon, treasurer, Chuck Hobbs, chaplain. Coll Club Members are from left to right, first row: Sandra Schuette, Joye Towne, Gary Carr, Nancy Rucker, and Allene Waite. Second row, left to right: Mr. Allen, sponsor, Dale Jaco, Paul Cotts, Bill Leonard, Wayne Jensen, Stanley Hobert, and Rex Brewster. Libra ry Workers lsl Row, L fo R Paulelle Everharl, Susie La Pore, Phyllis Lowe. 2nd Row, L 'lo R Belly Carnahan, Viviane Wil liams, Joanne Haddox, Jan nie Lane. 3rd Row, L to R Mrs. McGowan, Belly Grimm Wanda Leach, Verna Reems Mrs. Lloyd. 4lh Row, L lo R Jerry Middlelon, Kenl Briggs, Bruce Healwell, Bruce Moss- mah. Slh Row, L lo R Mike Briggs, Paul Simmons Service Groups Office Workers 15+ Row, L 'Io R Karen Kiser, Janel Slringer, Gloria Brannon, LaWanda Vandever, Lora Vandever, Kalhy Fosler, LaNell Harris. 2nd Row, L lo R Elaine Kezes, Mrs. Gaslon, Margie Marler, Mrs. Menard, Royalee Sanchez, Belly Akers, Shirley Bell, Norma Burnelf, Carol Larner, Virginia Tolma- choff, Belly Gardner. 3rd Row, L fo R Malba Johnson, Mildred Sher- ill, John Conovaloff, Bruce Mossman, Paul Simmons. Lll2:I Usherette Club The Usherette Club serves the school at many events. Members ore, left to right, Mrs. Beverly Hugh, sponsor, Gloria Bronnon, Lo Wanda Vandever, Thel- ma Bough, Doris Gro- ham. Bock row, Dorothy Treguboff,l-lerritto Borr, Pat Thorpe, Goldie Quick, Karen Kaiser. Proiection Operators They ran the projection machines tor the school. Lett to right, front row, Bill Leonard, George Sherwood, Marion Wol- dick, Beth Chompie, Nancy Rucker. Second row, Eugene Probosco, Leroy Schulz, Ronnie Alewine, Jock Fletcher, Bill Tressler, Jirn Eotcn, Glenn Abbelocs. Third row, Eddie Brown, Jerry Middleton, Wayne Sny- der, Jim Boginis, Rich- ard Stroight, Bob Pot- ter, .Jim Kister, Rcss Me-od, Ford Eaglin. Bowling Clulo Back row, lefl 'lo righl: Eddie Hashimolo, Elgin Sakala, Mar- shall Varner, Jack Takesuye, Danny Vizcaya, Don Hazzard, Reggie Brooks, and Ben Tadano. Third row, lefl lo righl: Mayen Tang, Virginia Brice, Mary Ko- bashi, Kaye Mensendick, Pal' Fowler, Gladys Kenly, Doralee Anderson, Lorene Heinzig, Carol Sue Bowen, and Beverly Dryer. Second row, leff 'lo righl: Gerfie Valenzuela, Pa? Regan, Mary Sue Hughes, Belly Tadano, Lucy Aia, Barbara Hulchison, and Carolyn Whiflock. Fronf row, lefl fo righf: Jackie Kennedy, Jackie Bailey, Carol Regan, Mildred Sherrill, Vicki Aia, Pal Ashinhursl, Phylliss Randolph, and Elaine Murray. Photography Club Froni row, lefi' fo riqhf: Jack Flefcher, Jim Aldridge, Ralph Magnenal, and Ben Tadano. Buck row, lefl lo riqhl: Mr. Del Slapley, sponsor, Sandra Schu- eife, Joye Towne, Barbara Cru- san, and Louene Shorl. Youlh For Christ Froni row, lefl lo righf: Ilene Springslead, Carol Anderson, Nancy Hafchison, Lilly Dunng. Cenfer row, left lo righlz Evelyn Johnson, Vesta Gribblang, Elaine Anderson, Margaref Varder, and Dianne Beery. Back row, lefl lo righl: Mr. Gribbling, sponsor, Kenneth Kimsey, Max Livingslon, John Beverly, and Jim Thuma. HMS. 22. -an Www We 5 ' s. .l Girls' State L-r: J u d y Mitchell, N a n -: y Mothershead, Clairann Cordes, Dollie Bidinger, and Betty Ald- ridge. Not shown in Phyllis Lowe. Boys' State Front row, I-r: Ben Ta- dano, Jim Young, Don Hazard, and Lou Ander- son. Second row, I-r: James Boginis, Parker Lane, Max Livingston, and Angel Cisneroz. Not shown are John Akin and Leroy Eggleston. oya ,anal Gr A ygaferd ird Q' .fdfhgfic Mociafion Junior and senior members of the Girl's Athletic Association, first row, left to right: Mary Kobashi, Doris Talmachoff, Kathy Poston, Carol Regan, Gladys Kenly, Carolyn Whit- lock, Clairann Cordes. Second row: Gertie Valenzuela, Lorene Heinzig, Pat Ashinhurst, Bonnie Gillum, Sammy Shelton, Nancy Perkinson, Esperanza Lomeli, Hortencia Lopez. Third row: Elaine Kezes, Beverly Swan, Lucy Aja, Barbara Hutch- ison, Sandy Burguss, Anna Bag- well, Carol Dunkel, Pat Fowler. Fourth row: Ruth Sheppard, Janice Griffith, Barbara Walker, Les Taylor, Betty Jackson, Bettylee Harkey. Sophomore members are left to right, first row: Kay Nelson, Becky Sanchez, Annie Monge, Gail Abbott, Connie Cubbage, Mary Ann Menard, Betty Hutchison, Pat DeWitt. Second row: Sherry Burguss, Sue Shaffer, Betty Coverdale, Bar- bara Stevens, Sue Bowen, Dora- lee Anderson, Eva Martin, Bar- bara Anderson, Phyllis Ran- dolph. Third row: Deanne Morgan, Jackie Bailey, Vicki Aja, Betty Tang, Margaret Maben, Betty Tadano, Porta Lee Hensley, Gloria Marcos. Fourth row: Kaye Mensendi-:k, Sandra McGurn, Joyce Wyrick, Mary Jo Moore, Beverly Wilson, Betsy Bohn. Freshmen members, left to right, first row: Beverly Dryer, Dianne Thompson, Nancy Clark, Mari- lyn Cloud, Janet Severens, Jo- Ann Menard, Myrna High. Second row: Charlotte Owen, Harriett Barr, Donna Shelton, Carolyn Hiett, Marie Rita, Manya Conovaloff, Doris Hi- rose, Beverly Tang, Pat Shoen- stein. Third row: Sharon Freeman, Nancy Ross, Frances Young, Nancy Whatley, Gale Heck, Emma Hidalgo, Karlina Singh, Esta Hatch. Fourth row: Sue Dryer, Norma Rostermundt, Joan Eppinger, Peggy Endicott, Pearl Tolma- choff, Marsha Maierle, Mildred Sherill, Joetta Myrick, Madelyn Brown, Fifth row: Darlene Lee, Kay Morgan, Margaret Calhoun, Lois Shelton, Patsy Heisher, Mary Ostericker, and Carol Keller. CY , X NT-SIE - i A J Giro N N Rm rg My. X I A E + 8 X iii O Q Yi Wx' X' i - IN k Y Q N ', Q'i3,'?, f? . ' - F Nl x.G I H X5 fwl Mm. ' .qf?"fv ,lm x 'SQ M10 9 V553 i fl 5 f ' A 0' 1 Q' 'md 1 , G Q5-333 ' BJRUOIQQ In N K N l wif fs 5 Q 1 wwf 4 gtk, W -, Qt A 1 is Q is W Q K' .Q W. .K ,gs few, jg Eg, Q, K A l 'ii - ' if 'H . ffl 5-fi Ei' if 125' fb 'zeal-s:.:x-195 W wzlshzxzaswsfwxiemssf sf. V il i ii if me K , may .zf-ss, -G W fs - A - 6 Head Coach, Clyde Dougherty Line Coach, Czeslaw Schmidt joofgccf The Cards dropped the first game to the Prescott Badgers by a decisive score of 24-O, Best yard gainer was a Hampton to Evans Combination via airmail. A weak defense proved to be the downfall of the Birds as they lost to o rough Douglas eleven, 33-lO. In the Amphi game, the Panthers seemed to know the combination to the Card's defense. The final score stood 30-l3. The Hornets of Tech proved to be the next thorn in the side for Glendale, the cards going down under the barrage 46-7. Remembering last year's humiliating upset North Hi tasted revenge to the tune of 47-7. This birds opened fast and looked good until they fumbled and gave North a chance for their first tally, Q0-captain, James Hampton Co-captain, Denny Harman Aided by fumbles and pass interceptions, West tromped Glendale 47-0. The Card's defense showed improvement. Tempe squeezed out a win l9-l4. As the season wore on the Birds began to show decided improvement, but dropped the Bisbee tilt 27-7. Glendale's lone score was the result of a 70 yard drive spearheaded by quarterback Jim Hampton. Glendale played its best game of the year against the strong Mesa eleven. For a while, it looked as though the first win of the season was in the bag for the Glendale ironmen. The final score stood: 39-37. The home team remained winless as they dropped the last game of the season to the Yuma Criminals, at Yuma, 2l-l2. Craig Anderson was elected "Most Valuable Player" of the '52 season by vote of his teammates. The hard-hitting guard aided the team in every way possible throughout the season with his downtield blocking and hard ta-:kling. Co-captain Jim Hampton was elected for second all-state Halfback. The hard running senior did more than his share to hold our team together through one of the roughest seasons ever seen at Glendale. The Jayvees fared better than the varsity this year. Under the watchful eye of Coach Dale Ellis, the team beat four of the better teams in the state, finishing the season with a 4-win 5-loss record. The band added color to the games with their half time performances. The Football-letter assembly was the climax of the i953 season. 'sv 3 !.Yio.,...i, I Left to right, first row: Dave Tolmachoff, Tony Chavez, John Davis, Jerry Harmon, Jim Schneider, Eddie Hashimoto, Jim Kabashi, Ernest Rameriz, Ben Tadano, Jim Tolmachotf, Fred Treguboff. Se-:ond row: Mr. Clyde Dougherty, Richard Vascez, Richard Falbo, Dan Hunt, George Cisneroz, Don Bennett, Mike Briggs, Ronnie Hancock, Craig Anderson, Lefty Evans, Mr. Czeslow Schmidt. Third row: Jim Young, Jim Hancock, Bob Freidman, George Sherwood, Danny Viscaya, Jim Taylor, Richard Valdez, Vic Lopez, Gary Nolte, Richard Sinatra, Homer Zale, Jim Hampton. Brother, you're in for some trouble. Giving a Hornet a rough time are John Davis, Dan Hunt, Bill Evans, and Jim Young. ,TQ M . 'fsfzs ,Q Coach Clyde "lke" Dougherty poses for a shot with next year's co-captains, Jim Young and Vic Lopez. The two bcys expect to lead Glendale through a successful season next year. The first-string, about to let loose with a power drive. From left to right on the line are: Bill Evans, co-captain Denny Harmon, Vic Lopez, Jim Taylor, Craig Anderson, Fred Tregubotf, and Mike Briggs. ln the back- field: Ernie Ramirez, Johnny Thompson, co-captain Jim Hampton, and Jim Hancock, Jim Hampton, nominee for sec- ond-string All-State halfback, goes up for a short one under the protection of center, Jim Taylor. "Hamp" was co-captain of this year's team along with lineman Denny Harmon. l The Cards dropped their opener to a fast Amphi tearn, 63-7, High scorer for Glendale was Ken Barber, with l5 points. Next on the list was Tucson. The Badgers' long shots baffled the Cards, but the biggest weakness was free throws. The Cards made only l6 out of 47 tries. High point man was Dan Viscaya with i5 points. The Cards lost to St. Mary's, North, and Yuma. Scores were 53-45, 74-53, and 38-35, respec- tively. High scorers for Glendale were Barber and Mensendick. The Cards took their first win of the season by defeating Peoria. Varsity Basketball team members are left to right, front row: Coa-:h Earl Gieseke, Gary Nolte, Bill Evans, Ken Ashinhurst, Jim Hampton, Jim Taylor. Bock row: Mike Briggs, Dick Hudson, Don Mensendick, Ken Barber, Jim Schneider, Joe Murphy, and Ronnie Alewine, manager. Junior Varsity Basketball team members left to right, front row: Jack Blake, Kent Briggs, John Hedges. Second row: Coach Dale Ellis, Joe Murphy, Jim Williams, and Bob Freid- man. Back row: Eddie Vaughn, Don Hazzard, Paul Swartz, ond Wayne Anderson. The cagers dropped lwo league games nex'l'. They losf l'o Tech, 64-48. Mensendick was high scorer wil'h 22 poinfs. PU fook a fough one from 'Phe Cards by a score of 57-44. High scorer was, again, Mensendick. The Cards finished wifh a win- ning sfreak by faking Tempe, PrescoH', Buckeye, Tolleson, and Chandler. Don Mensendick was nominafed for fhe second sfring all-sl'al'e feam and Ken Ashinhursl' was awarded Honorable menfion. The Jayvees had cz good season. Coached by Mr. Dale Ellis, fhe chicks racked up 8 wins and 6 losses. Mike Briggs and Paul Swar'l'z, fwo of fhe scrappy club's players, gave assisfancc fo 'l'he varsify. The freshmen, coached by Mr. Schmidf. won 10 and losf 5. Baseball Front row, left to right: Jim Hampton, Roni Hancock, Jim Fowler, Harold Gentry, Jack Blake, Gary Pravettoni, Jerry Harmon and Paul Swartz. Second row: Coach Crouch, Jim Taylor, Bill Evans, Gerald Bunch, Harold Beall, Joe Murphy, Craig Anderson Gary Nolte, Chuck Hobbs, Bill Wells, Manager, and Coach Ellis. Third row: Bob Gorzan, Manager, Bob Friedman, Wayne Ander son, Don Benett, Art Plate, Eddie Robinson, Mike Briggs, Dick Hudson, and Rex Brewster. The Glendale High School baseball team had a fair season in l953. Composed mostly of juniors and sophomores, there were a tew seniors who saw action. Among these were Rex Brewster, pitcher and Jim Hampton, out- fielder, Jim Fowler, outfielder, Jerry Bunch, catcher, Harold Gentry, third-sacker, Bill Evans and Craig Anderson, outsiders. The weakness was in the hitting and shortage ot pitchers. The Cards looked good in the field, There will be many returning veterans next year and according to Coach Crouch, "we should really go pIaces." Coach Robert Crouch Mike Briggs puts out Paul Swartz under the watchful eye of Coach Crouch during a practice session Top-Front row from left to right: Kent Briggs, Gus Aguilar, Jack Carney, Dan Hunt, Steve Konjevich, Ray Chavez, Jack Blake, Dave Thrall, and Wes Ridley, second row: Vidal Valles, Everett Cope, Bill Cowartt, Manuel Garcia, "Lefty" Carlson, Jim Eldridge, John Elekis, Gary Pravettoni, Bill Fowler, and Coach Dale Ellis, back row: Bill Aaron, Ted DeBerry, Larry O'Hara, Jim Williams, Gene Rostermundt, Bob Freidman, Wayne Anderson, Jim Boginis, Joe Raza, Dave Hunt, and Jim Patrick, Three members ot the track team in the running department were L to R: Jim Young, Dove Tolmachoft, Kenny Ashinhurst, and, standing, Tony Chavez. The speedsters were consistent point getters at each meet. Varsity Track Team. Shown above from left to right, first row: Ernie Ludwig, Jim Nolan, Richard Valdez, Parker Sproul, Gary Griffith, Manager, and Boyd Cope, Manager. Fish, Charles McMaines, Richard McMaines, John Hedges, Ken Ashinhurst, David Woods, Jim Young, Dave Tolmachoff, and Kenny Lesiow, Back row: Charles Cartwright, John Wilson, Sterling Ridge, Marvin Foster, Jim Tolmachoff, Morris Gordon Mclntyre, Clarence Morgan, and Tony Chavez. PCLC The i953 Track team saw its share of success with such men as Ken Barber, Jim Young, Jim Hancock, and Jen- nings Fish. Jim Freidman and John Hedges also racked up quite cz few points for Glendale in tough competi- tion. Barber took first in the shot and discus in this year's Invitational. Shown above is Coach Whatley giving John Hedges a bit of advice on how to start. Looking on is Ken Barber and Jim Friedman. Terry Nickerson, Ronnie Second row: Don Bonner, Ernie Ramirez, Jim Whatley, Jennings Jim Hancock, Jim Schneider, Coach John Whatley s Top-left: A hard run and then up and over for Ernie Ramirez. Bottom--left: Jennings Fish clears the bar in practice while in the back- ground everyone is busy with warm-up. Top- right: Jim Young gets set for a quick start in his specialty, the lO0-yard dash. Below: The J-V Track team, bottom row, from left to right: Bobby Allen, Jim McCroy, Gary Hunt, Jim Nelson, Doug Cook, Richard Hashimoto, Bob Gibbins, Ernie Esrey, Fernando Maya, lra Beck. Second row: Doug Shay, Ernie Patten, Carl Varner, Mike Fish, Roy Stewart, Bill Wagenfehr, Hugh Glaspie, Ted Knockenhouer, Ronnie Gollahan, Chuck Gillum. Third row: Jerry Eldridge, Porky Andrade Glen Hefflin, Eddie Nolte, Hector Hernandez, Herbie Boginis, Frank Falbo, Hayden Green, Bill Lambert, Lyndel Lee, Ernie Ludwig. jfac Above-The Glendale Invitational Track Meet was bigger than ever this year. There were many records broken. A Benson boy, Eddie Lee, walked off with this year's top honors. Shown at left is Ken Barber, 6'5", shot- putter and discus man. Ken set a new rec- ord of 52'lOM" tor the shot in the Glen- dale lnvitational this year. He also took first place in the discus. He is the record holder for the shot in Arizona. Barber is also active in basketball, and, only a junior, shows great promise in both sports. The varsity tennis team, left to right, Coach Bill Saban, Buddy Bailey, Fred Dye, Jerry Kopke, Steve Carr, Pete Heitmeyer and James Aldridge. ennifi The varsity tennis team has done considerably better than most GUHS varsity teams so far this year. With a total of ten matches played, the experienced senior squad has racked up seven wins with only three losses. There are still nine matches remaining on their sched- ule as this annual goes to press. Under the competent eye of Coach Saban, netters Jerry Kopke and Fred Dye gathered top honors during valley tennis tournaments. Coach Bill Sabah ennifi At left is Jerry Kopke displaying the trophies won by him and Fred Dye in the Valley Junior Tennis Tournament. Jerry took the Class A singles, and then teamed up with Fred to cop the doubles cup. Coach Saban says that Jerry has good form and is quick to learn. He should go far in the game. Mr, Golf GUHS, Eugene Zylstra QW Coach Eugene Zylstra has molded a very good golf team in the year and a half that he spent with us. The Glendale team is a hard team to beat. Coach Allen who took over in Zylstra's place at the semester has continued the good work. Golfing has a bright future at GUHS in the years to come. The varsity golf team, from left to right: Phil Peterson, Coach Eugene Zylstra, Gus Hernandez, Rex Brew- ster, Gary Carr, Wayne Jensen, and Paul Cotts. Coach Owen Allen took over the duties of Mr. Once in a lifetime! Stanley Holbert shot a hole Zylstra with the golf club at the semester. in-one at the Wigwam course. gm sim ln the fall of l946 Mrs. Martin began her teaching duties at GUHS. Girls ath- ltics was at a standstill. In the last 7 years many chances have taken place. The addition of Miss Fredell to the girls P.E. department in l95O made many of these changes possible, Pictured are Miss Fredell and Mrs. Martin with equipment which represents sports and activities which they have introduced and sponsored at GUI-IS. Many would think that there could be nothing more added to "the states best girls athletic program" but either coach would assure you that they have many more ideas for improvement. ' One of the four activities started this 1 year is modern dance. . f .sz . si , it 'V .1 L 'I 45-rf.. gf ,. .if -3 "Kiwi 'Q , nj i W ff at if , , r ,tr Q ,J 25 . L K , ....,. ,.,. . f 1 2' .,.. ti? 1- if 17.25" 7 xii 'A ff ,,,, 1 --'- V f- - v :mf f QM. , ..,.. , ,.,.. . , x Croquet was very popular, though it wasn't started till the end at the year. Shuffleboard was played in P.E. classes in the gym during the winter months L AW xg, in 4- ' . iw 0 1 ., ,vw , gt . vi . A Q? . ' r , l, 1 t l - 2 L 3,4 . Y f ' A Y 11 lux ' f. , 1 if - -' V 1, -, 3 .,,::. ' ,. .. , 5f"Y?iff.:' i 'Ne-. 35? 1 . 4' ' if f 4 ffl' '2- Jiffifgw h i aff , wif. 2' -1 'ff- 'f,f:? k "Aff: 5: f s- ' fawij 53 11' EJ if 121 . , -. gs wjzw it r nb t .s .rhiwdqk if Golf was another sport introduce the athletic program this year. d Varsity Tennis Tteam-Under the supervision of Coach Fredell, the varsity tennis team completed a very successful seascn. The girls won all but two ot their l8 matches, bowing cnly to North High and Tucson. Lett to right are Barbara Anderson, Betty Jackson, Anna Bagwell, Kaye Mensendick, Barbara Walker, Bettelee Harkey. 4 ir A .Zionist eamfi Junior Varsity Tennis Team Left to right, Carol Sue Bowen, Eva Jo Martin, Virginia Brice, Doralee Ander- son, Sammy Shelton, Charlene Vaughn, Barbara Stephens, and Betty Tadano. Betty Harkey, Barbara Walker and Kaye Mensendick are pictured holding the trophies they won at the Arizona Closed Tennis Tournament. Betty and garlnara won seconds in the Doubles and Kaye reached the semi-finals in ing es. Betty Harkey holds the badminton state singles championship cup which she has won the past two years. GUHS will gain permanent posses- sion of the cup if Betty again wins the cham- pionship, gajminfon VARSITY BADMINTON Lett to right, Betty Harkey, Betty Jackson, Kathy Postson, Carol Regan, Patty Ashinhurst, Sammy Shelton, Ruth Sheppard, and Anna Bagwellt Swimming Left to right are Judy Mit- chell, Les Taylor, Carolyn Beck, Joyce Wyrick, and Flora Jean Meynard ready to dive. Table Tennis Left to right are Betty Har- key, Charlene Vaughn, Caro- lyn Whitlock, and Bonnie Gillum watching Patty Ash- inhurst and Sammy Shelton play doubles. Bowling Q Eight teams have been or- ganized since bowling took a place in girls sports. High- est scores are made by Mary Kobashi and Mayen Tang. Softball Left to right in back row are Beverly Dryer, Dianne Thompson, Marilyn Cloud, Francis Yancy, Nancy Bass, Doris Hirose, and Mildred Sherrill. Front row are Becky San- chez, Donna Shelton, Coral Matheson, Kaye Nelson and Margaret Calhoun. Freshman Speedball Left to right, back row- Dianne Thompson, Charlotte Owen, Lois Shelton, Jo Ann Menard, and Pat Schoen- stein. Front row - Beverly Dryer, Peggy Endicott, Sylvia Porn- pa, Donna Shelton, and Pat Hesar. Speedball Varsity Left to right, back row- Barbaro Walker, Carol Regan, Kathy Poston, Betty Harkey, Carol Dunkel, and Betty Jackson. Front row-Barbara Ander- son, Virginia Brice, Carolyn Whitlock, Patty Ashinhurst, Beverly Swan, and Kaye Mensendick. Volleyball Winners Left to right-Betty Harkey, Mayen Tang, Virginia Price, Caro- lyn Whitlock, Anna Bagwell, Carol Dunkel, Connie Cubbage, and Beverly Swan. Volleyball Junior Varsity Front row-Sue Sheaf- fer, Kaye Mensendick, Carol Sue Bowen, and Bonnie Gillum. Back row - Sammy Shelton, Mary Ann Menard,Virginia Brice, Charlene Vaughn, and Connie Cubbage. Volleyball Varsity Volleyball Runner-Ups Front row--Kathy Pos- ton, Ruth Sheppard, Lorene Heinzig, Bon- nie Gillum. Back row - Carolyn Whitlock, Beverly Swan, Sammy Shelton, Barbara Walker, Patty Ashinhurst, and Janice Griffith. Volleyball Freshmen Front row - Marilyn Cloud, Norma Roster- mundt, Janet Menard, and Mary Ann Con- ovaloff. Back row-Pat Heser, Mary Oestreicher, Donna Shelton, Joetta Myrick, and Dianne Thompson. N401 Basketball Winners Lett to right are Kathy Poston, Carol Regan, Ba r ba ra Hutchison, Barbara Walker, Sam- my Shelton, and Clair- ann Cordes. Basketba.ll Junior Varsity Front row-Barbara Anderson, Kaye Men- sendick, and Pat Ash- inhurst. Back row - Virginia Brice, Beverly Swan, and Sammy Shelton. if V- .,.,...V I wg Y , W, . M Basketball Varsity Front row-Carol Dunkel, Kathy Poston, Betty Harkey, and Barbara Walker. Back row-Anna Bagwell, Carolyn Whitlock, Betty Jackson, and Carol Regan. Basketball Runner-Ups Left to right are Betty Harkey, Betty Jackson, Carolyn Beck, Anna Bagwell, Pat Fowler, and Carol Dunkel. ln front-Lucy Aja. Basketball Freshmen Front row-Norma Rostermundt, Doris Hirose, and Dianne Thompson. Ba:k row - Marilyn Cloud, Nancy Ciark, and Mary Conovalott. H411 .xdcluerfifiing warner-gharkd Sfuokoa Cave Creek .lgfiifllif in MUJQVH ' Folks Come Where They Are Invited And Stay Where They Are Treated Riqht , ,a fl pac, IP long, 32 NORTH CENTRAL FILLED ONLY BY COLLEGE ROBERT F. SAVELLE PHOENIX' ARIZONA OF PHARMACY GRADUATES Mgr, ALpine 8-0891 Compliment! of gongrafufafionfn fo fde Cfadfi of 553 from - Y n er Furniture Com an Walt Adams Bu1ck Co. Ou 9 p Y 22 W. Glendale Ave. 340 E. Glendale Ave. Phone YE 7-7265 O Glendale, Ariz. Phone YE 7-9293 COMPLETE HOME FURNISPHNGS Suppged ann! glquilamenf F O R cc 77 J4 Service Organizafion AW Arizona 530 W. Washington Si. PHOENIX ALpine 8-6661 TUCSON Cl-loward CS Staff? - YUMA CYuma Stationers? 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Custom Slaughtering and Curing Lat. l6Vz YE 7-9160 Byron Peck Phone YE 7-9545 Fire Lite Automobile Farm Casualty Bonds Y 'll Lk T ci' At ' M I 3 M mg A. Mard1s Sheets Pal' U L. Sl' le lmuwmce - Real Emzte Company, Inc. 436 E. Glendale Ave. I PHoNEs Glefldfllef AUZOUU 34 N. lst Avenue Office YE 7-7234 GLENDALE, ARIZONA Home YE 7-8636 SPORTS CENTER 336 East Glendale Avenue Phone YE 7-71 II 9 SPORTING GOODS FISHING TACKLE - GUNS - AMMUNITION CAMPING EQUIPMENT Thomas E. Coury Co. 134 East Glendale Avenue Phone YE 7-8314 GLENDALE, ARIZONA SPUDNUTS - Americas Finest Food J' ' ,. - Confection Love At First Bite! Q, Coast to Coast- f . , ji. 'uns' M Alaska to Mexico U ey QQ, 1, Q P : N .WGIQ I we H 367 E t Glendale 'Avenue F C ongmtulatiom F ro m TAYLOR'S BARBER SHOP 2IVz West Glendale Avenue X V BEST WISHES TO . . . jke CAM!! of 553 BETTS INSURANCE AGENCY Om- Ea! llflifslzea . . . To the Class of 1953 A Q O'1VIALLEY GLENDALE LUIVIBER CO. 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Grand Avenue LEONARD'S EL PASO CHAIN STQRES Arrow Shirts - Levi Straus - Stetson Hats - Flodsheim Shoe - Samsonite Luggage - Connie Lo Heeler Best Form Foundations GLENDALE o PEORIA o TOLLESON Ea! of !ucL fo THE CLASS JEN DIKE s'rUD1o U s over Payless Drugstore Phone ALpi 3 3 sgknalakg Own Sfafion H CSX' E 5 Servinq The Valley Of The Sun Twenty-Four Hours A Day Q9 MUSIC-NEWS-SPORTS SOUTHWEST FLCUR AND FEED CO ARIZONA ROSE ELouR AND RED STAR FEED Congratulations to . . . The Class of '53 riw ELLEN'S DRESS SHOP 25 North 2nd Avenue 6 M c L E N N A N Wholesale Candy Co l534 West Van Buren Street Ph ALpine 4-0589 Ph A iX3Q6C Bert Of Lack To , . . 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