Glendale High School - Stylus Yearbook (Glendale, CA)

 - Class of 1953

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Stalwart the sons who justly boast thy fame, Thy daughters fair their love for thee acclaim, Teach us, thy children, freedom and truth to cherishg Glendale, we proudly hail thy honored name. 3 .4 f 5' U use me? , 7 sw - ' im' 'fig ,ijt f'?a' A6 1 Q J m er N -. ar al' ADMINISTRATION XXX AIJMINISTRATIUN ADELIA M. SALLSTROM PRINCIPAL DOROTHY GILSON JACKSON EDGAR H. KIENHOLZ GIRLS' VICE-PRINCIPAL 6 BOYS' VICE-PRINCIPAL SCIENCE Our science department is teaching Glendale High students methods and laws that have advanced the Scientihc Age to what it is today and what it will be in the future. l fx v'- fe l 9 t . I 3 I I I ' I ll I Ll-ILAND j. l.l-LASR... ,,,,.,.. .......... Stanford University FRI-1l'1l,ANll 'l'l-2Ml'l.li'l'0N ....,,. .,........v..v.....v.....,. P Cllll COUCZIS VIRGINIA SI-LILI-1R ..,,.,.....,.,,,... .,,,......i,.. U niversity of California PHYLLIS W. EDWARDS .,,,,,.. ...,,.......,. U niversity of South Dakota HARRY ANDERSON ............. ,.......,,,.....,.,..,... U niversity of Nebraska KARL 'I'. BROWN. ,,... .....,.., U niversity of Southern California l,l'IO ARRANACA ....,.,....,,,, ,,...,............,,........Y..... O ccidental College NAOMI BLACKBURN .,....... ..., ,,.......,,.................,.. O c cidental College Al.Bl'1R'l' l-I. Hl'lWI'I'T.. .ll-QNNIE li. CLAUSON.. G EORGIA 'l'HRliI,KEI,D .......... FRANK LAURIDSEN ..,... AIDO BUONAGUIDI ....,.. GLADYS M. 'I'II,LEY .....,. J. ARNDI' TANDE ...... ...... DOUGLAS COSSERAND. ROY VUJOVICH .,......,,.....i.,. As students make plans for the future, the Mathe- matics department offers courses to fit their needs whether for industry, busi- ness or the scientific world. MATHEMATICS University of Southern California .University of California ........University of California ,. , .......... Occidental College ....,....0et'idental College ...mlndiana Stale College .St. Olaf College ..,.,....l.ouisiana State College University of California R. WAGNON .,,....... ,,.......,..., U niversity of Redlands PURCELL MAYER ...,.. University of So. California JOHN R. KEY .......................,,..... Occidental College MUSIC To further Glendale High stu dents in the study and apprecia tion of music is the ultimate goal of our Music Department aauummsewnwmwsfffv was , 5 L- rV is ,k., G. PHILIP CASTLEN ...... .University of So. California GEORGE A. MCELROY... ....,,.,.,.. Nebraska State College LEO ARRANAGA ,,.,..... ....,,................ . ,Occidental College ARTHUR J. TEACHOUT ..,............... Occidental College ROY VUJOVICH ..,,.....,...,,,,...,,.. LON R. GRAF ..,......,...,.... ........ Joan s. c.A1Nns ,,.,..Y.,.....,,..,,, . RANu2v, DE MANDEL u,.,..wY. LUCILLE MCLAN E ...,.., DAWNE EDLING ...,.....,.... EVELYN BENTLEY .,....,,,,...,............ Fresno State College MARGARET CAMPBELI ,,.,..,, RUTH STWALLEY ...,., ......,,... U niversity of Washington VISELLA ALSBERG ,.,....., ........., W alla Walla College University of California University of Nebraska ..,University of Redlands ,.,...,,..,Occidental College PHYSICAL EDUCATION Teaching students both how to play cc activities, and how to show good sportsma is the work of the Physical Education Dm ment of Glendale High. ,,,. University of California University of Utah .University of California 5. 'Y' A wi- hwrf W 42 N. ...Northwestern University HUME EBUNUMIGS The active and industrious Home eco- nomics department is always alive with girls who are learning how to sew and cook. Included with sewing and cooking are other various handicrafts and arts which are of great interest to the girls. 'S+ 'i ps MY ELIZABETH MORGAN ...,...... ..,........,......... M ichigan Slate College ELSIE S. BUTLER ................,..... ........ F ort Hayes Kansas State College GEORGIA W. WOODARD ......, .,,,................... W estern State College AUDRA J. HAGLER ..,.........., ....,.......... U niversity of California HELEN J. HAIRGROVE .....,.. ...,... O regon State College P. PAUL BROWN ..............,, Rose Polytechnic Institute JOHN W. HARRISON ........... ......... U niversity of California EVERETT E. MCCLURE .......... ......... U niversity of California EUGENE P. CRAWFORD ............. ..- ...... University of California GREGORY E. LAWRENCE ..,..... ............... 0 ccidental College LOWVEL F. PAGGEOT ,.......,.. ........ U niversity of California BEULAH B. WOODS ....... JOE R. EASTWOOD ........ ew ....,.....University of California MECHANICAL ARTS This is an age of industrial- izationiand Glendale High in- structors are preparing students for the future by teaching them facts concerning machines, welding, automobiles, and elec- tricity. Mechanical Arts also include the teaching of such graphic arts as printing and mechanical drawing. L.: FRANCES S. KLAWITER ....,.... . BEATRICE M. AHRENS. DONALD T. GOLDER .,... WILLIAM MCDONALD ,...,.. .,... GEORGE A. PLUMB ....,.. SCCIAL SCIENCE Facts which concern people, their government, and the land they dwell in are taught to Glendale High students by the Social Science department. UQJJ ,,.,,,,,..,,Stanford University ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,.University of Illinois .University of Southern California ...,...............University of California University of Southern California FRANK LAURIDSEN ....... .................,......,...,..., 0 ccidental College RALPH H. CARTER .....,..... .......... U niversity of Southern California WALLACE E. RANKIN .......... ..,.,.,,............,.....,..,...,.. S tanford University ARCH P. HARRISON ......... ...,,.... U niversity of Southern California WILLIAM GRAHAM ........ .,,,.,...,..............,...........,. P omona College SUCIAL SCIENCE ART Art adds beauty to a way of life, and with the guidance of Glendale's Art department many students are now learning creative ways to draw and paint. J Y LSTHER CRANDALL .......,. ........ JOHN W. BASSHAM ..,.. CLYDE JOHNSON .....,... JOE WADLINGTON. ....,. NAOMI BECK ................... LAURA MANETTA .,..,,,.. C. ASELTINE ....,............,...... MABEL O. LAMBERT .....,........ KENNETH GREENLAW ....,.... MARGARET E. SOBELLE .,,....... tw'-w..,. 'XFN .California College of Arts and Crafts ...........University of Southern California .......,.....,........University of California State College ,.,......University of Redlands ...,....Universi!y of California .,,........,.......Pomona College .........University of Arizona ..........Occidental College .....,...,Wellesley College To prepare students for the wide range of life's ac- tivities, Glendale High's Language Department teach- es their pupils something of other lands and tongues. LANGUAGE LOUISE SWEDENBORG ...,.... , MARY L. HAIRGROVE ,,......,, CECIL G. STEPHENS .....,......, MARY C. GOLDSMITH ......,.. ...,. OLIVE T. ECKERSON .......,.,.. .......... C. ASELTINE ....,..................,... MARION L. UNDERWOOD KATI-IRYN L. JON ES .....,......, MARJORIE J. BAILEY ..,.,.. DR. GRACE KING ............ HALSEY TAYLOR ....,.... HEN RIETTA M. I-IUYSSEN ........ ,,.,.,... MARY JANE MCCLANE ...... MABEL MURPHY ......,.......,.,.. I-IOMER E. LIVERMORE ..,. JAMES M. STEELE ......... ..... KENNETH SPIVEY ..,........ NYLA CHAPMAN ........, ENGLISH The English Depart- ment teaches Glendale High students how to ap- preciate the great literary works of the past and pres- ent, and how to express themselves precisely and correctly. ........Western College for Women , ...,....,.,..,.....,,........ Illinois Wesleyan ,.....Southern Methodist University .,............,,,,University of California University of Southern California Pomona College University of California University of Southern California University of Southern California .Barnard College Colorado College University of Southern California University of California University of Nebraska University of Nebraska University of Southern California .University of Southern California University of Southern California The business world re- quires people trained in spe- cific jobs, and Glendale High offers to its students many fields which will enable them to better qualify for positions in the commercial world. BUMMERBE J AJLVW HRSA f !,x0x6'7 -fkf , ,pp A fi- 'n CABINET I ALF5 JANET 'THORNTON BOB JENKINS SYLVIA I-IAINING JOHN H . Ygll Lmdpf Song Leader President of Boys" League President of Girls' League Our twenty elected student body oflicers, unde the leadership of President john Schuyler, had a bus' semester including drawing up the budget and prc moting two amendments to the Constitution ani which were passed by the student body. JACK SPRINGER Vice-President BILL PRATT DON WILLIAMS JACK SPRING DOTTY KIDD DON FITZPATRICK- Sophomore Prexident junior President Senior President President of G-A-fL 175765507 of BON-V' Alhlflffs 14 CABINET I DONNA STAHLBERG JOHN MAHONI-KY GRIFFIN JPZLLEN JERRY UM-'l'0N Secretary Director Amvernblirx ffarznillfflllff l""'e"-"F-' My u in JOHN SCHUYLER President ROY BAGDASARIAN MITZI DEBEAUMONT FRED BROWN RON LAKE DON Ml-1'I'Zl,l-ZR Organizaliam Fine Artx Puhligfgy R.0.T.C. Re15rrxenlaliw 511146111 CONV! I5 CABINET ll JOHN HALES ELEANOR LACKNER BOB JENKINS YVONNE CARR Yell Leader Song Leader President of Boys' League President of Girls' League 'Q' Q M -- 3 i 1 A JACK SPRINGER President BILL PRATT DON WILLIAMS JACK SPRING JANE PYLE PAT J. MARADEI Sophomore President Junior President Senior President President of G.A.A. Director of Boys' Athletics A if. YAP PIQPQH -. .17,,.4x x tx" ZQAPXILF Q--fjj i M' ' D K . .xx I gf., I6 A I 3 f J cnsmn u ROY BAGDASARAN LU ANN ESTES PAT ENGLISH JOHN DELBRIDGE JOHN SCHUYLER Director of Assemblies Secretary Comptroller Forensics Past President Besides the routine duties, Cabinet II spon- sored the annual "Backward Dance", under the leadership of second semester Student Body President, jack Springer. DON FITZ PATRICK Vice-President JERRY DALTON DOTTY KIDD DENNIS BATES DON METZLER HUGH HILLES Ofgunizatgons Fine Arg, ' X Publicity 1 Student Court R-0.T-C- ' f ' g f f " .fe ' XI ' J '- f f ff f , ,. I ,f j, fr A i ff? ,4 J , V A ff fljgazfkify V ,, X Z it E M if ,E ,Z . We GIRLS' LEAGUE BOARD I During the first semester the Girls' League Board led by Presndent Sylvia Haining planned and carried out a "before-school get-together" for the new girls and the annual Stunt Party. They also decorated and served for the Football Banquet. SYLVIA HAINING Pmurient 0' r I ff.. 1 , 5 fav. GERALDINE DUDLEY, Treasurer .. A ANNALEE GARDNER, Decoration Chairman JEAN ABELL, Philanthropic Chairman JEAN ERICKSON, junior Reprawntalirfr LESLIE NASH, Sophomore Relzrasrrzlatiw YVONNE CARR, Vive President QNot in Photoj NANCY SPRAGUE, Senior Represfntalirfe LNot in Pholoj x 3' W AA Q txrflidi xii. si-'arf-f. Q l70'l"l'Y KIDD, G-if-14. P7'f'AfIfFIll JEANNE SCHROEDER, Social Chairman .IUDY KNOX, Sfrrfffary NELISSA CROWLICY, Rrgrllatfd llrmv Chairman DONNA FROST, Puhlzrily Chairman SHIRLEY BAILOR, Program Chairman -IANIQT SCHROEDFR, Welfare Chairman MARJORIE C-AZZANIGA, Friendship Chairman Qtaking place of Beverly E : ' 3 1 w . A vi , View iv 1 AQ: E MARJORHZ GMZANIU-4-Viff' l'ffii1lfHI Ni1l,1ssA czkowupvswflffw Chairman GRPi'l'f3Hf1N Flfklfli-'1"'ffUHff"' jovcii Russif1,I,-r',-iemlxliip rflmii-man MARINl'l'H FIIUNAN-Mfff'f1"v JANE BRls'l'HR-lfiihlmzv r:lmmuan ,IANFT MIHRUlflnfk-l"'f11ll'1lf'l Cfl'liY"fl1l'1 ,IANICE SNOXV-Hfgllfufflf llrr.x.x lilmirmrui .IRAN ERlCK5c,N-If-"fUl'lIllUFI Clmirmun jl-IAN ABl'1l.IfI'hilunlhropir' Cliuirman QNOL in Phntoj GlRl'S LEAGUE BUARD II The outstanding event of the second semester for the Girls' League Board led by President Yvonne Carr was the sponsoring ol' the annual Dad-Daughter Banquet. ,L . ' 4 if 4 1- " -e i A ' ' , v. ,w f Q, ., ,la NANCY INGRAM-Safzhomorf Re11rf',wntuIiw' LESLIE NASH-Serial Clmirnmn JANE IYLE-!2..4.A. l're.vi1l1'n! 6 YVONN li CARRwl'rexide'nt J 4 y I X- -Hg? i ,fy 4 , V -Y SHIRLICE BAll.OR-Senior Re'f1rf.xeriInli1fr LYNN SOUI.l'1-junior Rrpr'r.xf'nlali1'e 19 BOB JENKINS Presi cl en t SV BUYS' LEAGUE BOARD This year the Boys' League sponsored an assembly of movies of the 1953 Rose Bowl Game. They also sponsored the election for the Glendale-Hoover Football Queen. RICHARD HOLLOWELL Vine President 20 jon MONALY Secretary- Treasurer STUDENT CUURT 9 T555 "' liiEi?333I ' ' . NA I FITS '9 ' S2358 Eugene Melzler, Judy Snow, Don Metzler, Mary Van Berckelaer, and Bill Nilsson. STUDENT BANK rw, ,. .. M V ,K i vu ' ' .. SEATED-Joyce Lewis, Karen Mooney, Mrs. Hall, Beverly Zender, Pat English. STANDING-Ronald Johnston, Gerald Rankin, Phil Reynolds, Rose Resnick, Don Nehlsen, Jo Ann Wolfr- Tom Haller, Martha Metzler, Josephine Antunes, Mike Jonas, Tom Dodds, and John Ascltinc, 21 CUNGRESS I ROW l-Laurie Langworthy, Annalee Gardner, Marjorie Gazzaniga, Gretchen Haller, Joyce Lewis, Pat Peter- son. ROW 2-Walt Lewis, Pat C. Maradei, John Metzler, jack Springer, Bill Laughlin, Don Hansen, David Walsh. ROW 3-Ron Lake, Benno Ludwig, Robert Austin, Charles Barrows, Don Peters, Wayne Sink, Jerry Dalton. CUNGRESS H ROW lAMirkey Caruso, Don Hansen, Louis Kossack, John Hales, Don Fitzpatrick, jerry Erickson, Charles Barrows, Dick Dixon, Gary Milam. ROW 2-Lynn Portune, Diona Russell, Phyllis Parent, jean Russel, Franses Huppert, Andie Ginnera, Lola Pilkington, Marilyn Kiser, Susie Taylor, Lynn Soule, Mary Ann Vanllyck, Eloise Weir, Peggy Haywood, 1Unidentifiedy. ROW 3-Judy Knox, Joyce Lewis, Nancy Curtis, Mary Ann Van Berckelaer, David Scheinhaus, Jim Krechel, Errol Prout, John Schuyler, John Schwobeda, Karla Burleson, Faye lifting, DeDe Cryar, Yvonne Lime. ROW 4-Dick Hammon, Nigel Bailey, jack McClenahan, Pat C. Maradei, Allen Breitenbach, Gary Richards, Tom Keenan, Charles Waite, jim Farrier. ROW 5-Bob White, Alan Gazzaniga, Donald Peters, Ron Lake, Ray Green, Bill Laughlin, Lee Elson, QUnidentifiedJ, john Metzler, jerry Schubert, Mike Donohew. CLASSES ,E -1- X 5 'S j ii- ' SENIOR CLASS SENIOR UFFIIIERS H1 Gretchen jack julie jerry jean "Little Dynie" is again ending his sojourn at Glendale High, filled with memories of good times and study, confident in the knowledge that he is well prepared for the future. As a senior, under the leadership of Senior Class President jack Spring, Vice- President Jim Cooley, Secretary Julie Pratt and Treasurer Gretchen Kane, and spirited on by Song Leader Jean Abell and Yell Leader jerry Belanger, he en- joyed an active year which began when the Senior girls presented the winning stunt in the Girls' Stunt Show and was climaxed by the Senior Prom, Qmusic by Marshal Crammj, the Baccalaureate and the final farewell, Graduation. For him it has been a winning year, the year in which the Seniors won the Oratorical spirit and the Operetta ticket sale. It was also a year of one-hundred per cent paid-up class dues. It was a happy year and a profitable one. "Little Dynie" owes his thanks to his class ollicers and council who have worked to make his into another great Glendale High School graduating class. 24 SENIUR IIUUNBIL I -BN' BOTTOM ROW-jim Cooley, jack McCIenehan, Julie Pratt, Vivian Havens, Pat Powers, D'a B tt, 2ND ROW-Gary Milam,Ajudy Parker, Marcia Myers, Marjorie Gazzaniga, Wayne Kramer. lillglll liglif- Howard Cagle, Bill Laughlin, Skip Neville, Herbert Duryea, john Schuyler. SENIUR IIUUNBIL II 3RD ROW-Don Fitzpatrick, Jim Cooley, Walt Lewis, jerry Belanger, Don Peters. 2ND ROW-john Mahoney, ' ' ' . BOTTOM ROW-Donna Stahlberg, Shirley Pat j. Maradei, Pat C. Maradei, Bob Whitney, Herbert Duryea Benton, jack Spring, jean Abell, Gretchen K:ine,nJullie Pratt. 25 I "' f s L 1 -sv ww r 5 I Q qw -I x, .,x.,m E, I av 1 X, xgw 6 Y S I mg Y I J 2 V 5 :A s , I I I is ' V A. 'X V I df' W I Pb Y I E I ix ,Eq:E,.N,, z I ss 'FA . SL A ' I 1 gg K I JEAN Annu, GLORIA ABRUZEH ELEANOR CHRISTINI ADRIAN EDITH HISAKO AKIRA MORGAN ALBERTSON PATRICK GEORGE ALLEN LYNLL CIAROLYN ALLRED CHARLENI-1 ALSBERGE CLARENCE DARREI. ANDERSON ELVVOOD JOSEPH ANDERSON MARGARET ANDERSON ROBERT THOMAS ANDERSON JOSEPHINE OLIVISA ANTUNES ROBERT NVARREN ARMSTRONC ARLENE JOYCE ARNOLD JO ANN ARNOLD GEORGE R. ASHLIN JERRY PAUL ATKINSON ADRIENE ATVVOOD JAMES NVILLIAM A'I"lNVOOD CHARLES AUGELLO SHIRLEY JEAN AUSTIN DIRAN ROY BAGDASARIAN KENNETH WADE BAGG SHIRI.I'II-L I,ORI'INI'I I!AII.OR AIOYCE LYNN BARHAM BONNIE -IIEAN ISARLOWV ROGER I-IUGI-IN!-1 BARNES Ammxs CO'I'I1NWOR'I'H IIARNI-QY MIKl'1I.I. 1,1-ir: IIARNI-IY RIYSSIRLI, KLARNI-I'I"l' BARNSDALIE CHARI.IiS ROIH'IR'I' IIARROXVS .IOHN I,IiIi IIARTOO RICHARD I!A'S'I'ONl-I DENNIS LOGAN IIATIES IKARIIARA ANN HEAVEN DONNA MAH IIIQAVI-ZRS Cyl-',RAI,D WIIIIAM IHQIANC-ICR KFI'I'I'I 5IIl",I,DON IIl'.I.I, NANCY H. IHHIII. MARY ,IO BFNIIS DIANA CIAIIIICRINIC lil-1NNI",l I ROBERT XVIIIIANI III'1NNIi'I"I' SIIIRIJ-IY JUANIIA BICNION DON j. IH-'.RGI-IR ROIH-.R'l' ISRUCZIC IIICRRYXIAN CAROL ISIACHRIIITRN DORIS NIAIC IKOIQISIN L-I I 31" X A I 3, rf I ' if Q' Q5 i N 3 'K K9 C, 5 If I nf-A 'NL I 3,4 L! I 'Rf' BILL EDWARD BOGGS SHIRLEY RUTH BOICE CHUCK BOND GORDON FREDRICK BONE NVILLIAM JERRELL BON N I E ROBERT BORDER VVILLIAM EDVVARD BOSS BARBARA JOAN BOIVMAN PATRICIA LEE BOYLE MAX CLYDE BOYLES WILLIAM JOHN BRADLEY BARBARA JANET BRADY CLAUDIA ANNE BRENTS ROBERT A. BRIDGES JANE BRINEGAR KEITH EVERETT BROOKS FREDRICR JOSEPH BRONVN NANCY LILLIAN BROINN CYNTHIA BRUNCK ROBERT BROWN JOAN SUE BRUNNER CLAIRE ELLEN BURGER RAY CURTIS BURGER CLARK MARTIN BUTTS I'.X I RICIIA I1RI.IzXI-I I4l'll.K IIUXYKRII IIIIRISIY fIMLI.If IUXX I-I.llXISI' III C.KI.I .-KIIAN IUXI CI,-KI.I..XII.XN MWYNI' III !I,X'XII'IlI'I.I, I.I'lJN.X Rl'III II.XXII'I'-I-LI.II f,II.'XRl,I-S W. 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KAY I-ICELAND HOWARD CHRIS I'IICIIII'1NHOI"I'1R I.I.0YD IVIIIIAM IINGLIQ I'A'I' ANN I-INGLISII ,IIERRY Lrikm' muczksox NADICIAN r1l.1A1ax Huczxsox xlfuu' kA'1'm:R1x1-1 r1s'lr,Rl.Y I,lT ANN I',SII'.h I"ORRIa5I' IIRITCZH EVANS NORRIS MARTIN I-QVANS Dl'ANl'1 l'I"I.I,OW5 lII.ARA I.Ol' I'IiRlIRACIfIIi I 4 In I .4 : ip 1 A w 'Q 3 " X rx A ' IEAN MADI-QLINE FERRERO LIOANN E IN EZ FERRIS ELAINE LINDA FISHER JOHN FI'I'ZGIiRAI,D DONALD KEITH FI'I'ZI'A'I'RICK BOB FLACK JAMES FLYNN BARBARA JUNE FOLGER BEVERLY IEAN FORD IIICTTY LUCILLE FORGERSON APRIL GAYLE FOSTER EDWARD PAUL FORTI ER LUCINE 1f0R'1'1r:R JACK ARLEN FRAZIER PATRICIA min FRIEND DONNA KAI: FROST NANCY KING FROST IOHN MARTIN GALLOXVAY IRIS GAMSI' LVV'5fIj jlIDI'I'l-I ALINE GARDNER JUDY CAREY CHARLENE ELISE GARWOOD SYDNEY FRANKLIN GAY MARJORIE ANN GAZZANIGA HEATHER LY DEE GEYER SALLY ANN GIBBONS PRISCILLA ANN GIBSON SHARON LEE GILBERT RICHARD DAVID GILES BETTY JEAN GIl.MAN PATRICIA ANN GINNEVER MALBA GODFREY SAMUEL PAUL GOFFREDO CHARMIEN LEE CORES ELDON CURTIS GRAY DAVID I-'RED GRIMMINGER THEODORE B. HABERMAN JAMES RAY HADSELL KAREN CHRISTYN ANGLYN H SYLVIA JEAN HAINING JOHN LOCKWOOD HALES GORDON NEIL HALL AGEI. GRETCHEN VAN DOREX HALL KENNETH HALL GRETCHEN ANN HALLER RICHARD HALLOWELL ELEANOR PAULINE HAMEI, VIRGINIA ANN HAMEL r 1 an I1 is , Wi if C' M I , C W Cv G ,- I I ,-14 - V. e A 1 .. . fl- 'H -0 s if . I U. lil 1' .pm Q: wr' If 14 5 Q.. 1 .5 ANNA MARIE HAMILTON BRUCE ARTHUR HAND ROBERT PHILIP HANGEBRAUCK DONALD HA-NSEN KARALEE HANSEN SHIRLEY HANSEN ERWINA MARY HARMON RUTH ANN HARRIS VIVIAN SUE HAVENS ANTHONY WEBSTER HAYNES PATTI LEE HEATH MARY LI EN NA HECKMAN MARSHA HEINZELMAN GEORGE JOHN HELD DIANE HENDERSON OV '53J RAYMOND CARL HENKA EDWVYNNA CAROL HENNIGER HELEN LOUISE HERMAN ROBERT DAVID HICKMAN CAROL JANE HIGLEY CAROL ANN HILL JOHN HILL HUGH HILLIS PAUL EDXVARD HILLMAN NVILLIANI S'IIANI.IiY HINIQS MARLI-INIC ANN IIOIIFR ANNI'1'I"I'I-I LOUISE HOI"IfMAN I'A'I'RIGIA MARGO HOLLAND ClI.ARI-QNCZIC IVILLIAM HOLST ROIII-IRT I-ZLLSWORIH HORN EDWARD V, HOUNSIiLl. RONALD GEORGE HOWI-I'I'H I.ARRY RAY HUGHI-'S MICHAI'1I.I1.HlII.MI-Q SUSAN HUMPIIRI-IY KI'1NNI'I'I'H RICHARD HUNT MAURIHI-IN IIARRII-fl' INGRANI MIQLVIN RICHARD KIACKSON ROYLAN jI'1ANIi -IACOIIS IEDIVARD DONALD JAHELKA HARLOWIQ CHARLES AIAHICLKA GRII-I jI'II.IN ROBIERI GUY jIiNKINS WILLIAM GI-QRALD JILIII-IRT DIC ROSS MII,I'ON IOIINSON .IRAN ALIGI-1 JOHNSON ROMICR IEUGI-1NIHjOHNSON MARY JOYCE jOHNS'I4ONl-I , L. 1 553. A '-if I x L If we i ,gm dur K ff sv' K If 95. i A F' LARRY DALE .ION ES GRETCHEN KANE DONALD ALFRED KEI-1lfE LLINORE LINDA KEENAN THOMAS HUGHES KENNEDY ALIII".R'I' KEPLER DOROTHY IANE KIDD ,IAKIK GEORGE KING IO ANNE KING SUSAN LIfE KIRIIY KAREN EDRIS KLOHN ELAINE JOYCE KLUG MARY LOI' KNAPI' NYILLIAM I-Q. KNEIIEI. DONALD ALI.I",N KNOX IIUDITH EIAHEL KNOX FLORA INIARGARET KNOX LLIANNA KOEPKE NAOYI-1 KONISHI RICHARD RAYMOND KO I' PAIN! LOUIS CARLISLE KOSSACK ALLAN DAVID KOTIN VVAYNE CLINION KRAMER ANTHONY JAMES KRECHEI A ARAXI ANNA KRIKORIAN lf1I,l".ANOR 'l'Hl'1A I..-XCZKNI-IR IA VI-Ql,l.l'. IAMARR 5.fXNlH'1R l,l",ONAl-KID I..-XRSON IIHARI.0'l'l li IiI.IlAlSF'IkH l.A'I'HR0l' WILLIAMSIDNEYl,Al71LHI.IN,slR. SVSAN ANN IAAYTON GPR I Rlllll-. jANl-. l.I-AI' QHJNNNIZ I.l1RI',Nl-Q LI' BARON I.lI,l,lAN lklf.Nl-, I,l",CQfLlzl"l lSl'R'l' I,lf,llfliR I.,-XVINIA K.-YIIIICRINIQ LHSH lS.XRliAR.NX JANIQ IAFNYIS JOYCE l,l-Il: l.l1.Wlh NV.'Kl.'lLl',R RAIAPH l.I',Wl5 ,IOSl".l'Il l.IIAl.lO . . 1' YV' - fi' i"AvL IJ! L I QU x'voNNr1ca1,u1 Llmi- N' ' "' - URORIQIQ SAINIUHI. IAIND ,1' V ,N GI-,RALD FRANCIS LINIEHAM X X, I.ORAl.l'1I'1 I.l'l'CHlfll'1LlJ I f l.AlJRI-ll-IN IZIAIRE LIVONI AI.l.liN HENDRICZKS LOGSDON NORMAN AI.lH-IRT LORRAINE WILLIAM ROISKRT LOSCIHER . rl I !' ..s. 'F A N ea'- 0' , K, -ef' 'iff' Q 'En 5 T W - 'B' '52 X , v . I, p. . S f. nl ,2, V' 0 ,H YQM T V H 21 ivy . M- -41' ',.uy' A F .A .K N r Q L9 ' 31" V'Q. A I J :gf ' 1. l'AlfI. I-1l'CLl'iNE LOXNER l5Ii'l"l'Y LOXVMAN CAROL!-I ANN LYONS ,IACK MnCl,FNAHAN AIO ANN NICCLIILOUGH LIOHN ANIJRIC MLIN'lIRl'1 AIOAN LOITISI-i MLILKICNZII-I lJORO'l HY MLKIN NON JUAN MARY 1m1.r1AN 1f1.o1u.Ncr: 1JoRo'I'HY M1-MANNUS MARY JANE McNliliI.Y HELICN jl-IAN MACIRIIE ,IUHN KZHARIJCS MAHONIQY NIINII MAXRE. CLIQORGIC CHARIAES MAITHONIS Ilzlb lalYCLl'.Nli MAIIIOR DIAN I-I MALON I", l'1I.AlNl-1 M.-XlAS'I'ROfXl DON NIANNIS VRANCINPI PATRICIIA MANNIX EDXVARIJ VINKIFIYI' MANTZ PAT CHRIS'IIl'1 MARAIJFI PAT JOHN NIARAIHEI BARBARA ROSE MARIJIER DONALD GARY MARSHALL RUTH I'fI.I.I",N MARSHALL I-IINVNRIJ If. MARTIN MARILYN MARTIN PHYLLIS MARIE MARTIN MICHAEL MARTINOFF MARCIIA ALLISON MATTHI-QWS IIIIANI-I MICACIIAM .JOAN MIQLOCH LLCY MI-QRRICK MI-QRRICK MARY MI-ISSIQRSMITH IIUMIQR CI-IANIJI,I'YR MI-Q'I'CALIf DONALD MATTHEW METZLI-IR EUGENE ALLEN METZLER DONALD ICIHVARIJ MEYER I'II.0ISI'l MAH MIKKIELSIQN GARY IDI-IAN MILAN ANNI-f STUART MILLS DON LI-I MI'I'CIIIiLl. HI-INRY GIQORCI-I MOIIR NANCY LUUISI-I MOLLIi'I"I' IOSIQPH ICIIMUNIJ MONALY IIIANI-1 MONTIEMURRU I-QIDWARII C. MORRIS GI" X 2, an H. - .I V , E 'AIIA '-K' - G' 5 131' EDXVARD MANTZ PATRICIA MULI-IOLLAND MARILYN M ULLINS BEVERLY JEAN M UNSON ARLENE CLAIRE MURCHISON DONALD EARL MYERS MARCIA BEVERLY MYERS IEANNE NASH MARIAN DOROTHY NAYLOR JERLYN NEAI. DONALD OTTO NEI-ILSEN EDVVARD EMANUEL NELSON SANDRA KAY NEMECHECK AIOHN EDXVARD NEVILLE ROBERT CRENFELL NEYVBY DIANA RUTH NICKERSON XVILLIAM PAUL NILSSON ROBERT MUNRO NISH RICHARD HARRY O'BRIEN CHARLES DALE OLIVER VIRGINIA LU OLIVER GAIL ELIZABETH OLSON JUNE CLARICE OLSON MARLENE ELIZABETH O'NEIL an PI' I'I'I1R OROSIQ RICHARD XV. OSIENIJORF 'I IEIRESA I'AI,AZUIiI.OS CIN' 'SIU PDIVARID BERNARD PALMER NANCY RU I'H PAIAII-QR I'HYI.I.IS I"l.AINI-1 PARENT .Il'lII'l'II ANN PARKER CIONSTANKIE ELAINE PARNIAN CLLICNIIA KII-QANN PA'l'I'IRSON SIIIRLEY MAY I'I'QIDI",N BYRON BRUCE PERRY ClOl.EIzN PERRY ROBI-.R'I' IIAIIE PERRY MARUARE I' I,ORE I"I'A PERRY IIONALIJ CIIARLES PETERS NAIIIA PEYRUSHOI-'If NOI-QI. ANTHONY I'E'l"I'ER ANNIi'l"I'E PAY PE'I"I'Y BARBARA I'HIl,I,II'S I'A'lRICIA LU PHIIIIPS DI-1I.PHINE JOYCE PIERCE NANCY ANN POARCII I'A'I' POINTS I-IIJIVARII DU I'I.I-QY POI.I.OCK . Avg? Q E -ev , XXI di' fi mmf- , I 'AQ- : 4.9 : J Q ,A Jidf ,- e H095 ' nn I- :"n 4 V ' f-s 416 Qczx . .54 4 x .. W V I A M K X iis. -ws EDWARD GREER POWELL ROGER POWELL PAT POWERS GARY ALLEN POYORENA JULIE DIANE PRATT PERI ELI-IANOR PRATT RUSSELL RAY PRATT IRENE CHRISTINE PRESCHER CARTER ALSTON PRINTUP BENJAMIN EUGENE PUMPELLY LINDA JANE PYLE KIETH EUGENE QUALM MARY LEE RAU ESTELLE RECINOS JANE KAY REITER ROSE EILEEN RESNICK GARY LEE RICHARDS PEGGY LOIS RICHIE MARGIE LOUISE RICHMOND DOLORES ANTOINETTE RINI CAROLYN ELAINE ROACH LOIS LOUISE ROBERTS ,IANICE ANN ROBISON KATHERINE HOPE ROBINSON NANCY CARROLL ROBINSON RONALD RALPH ROGERS FRANK PAUL ROMEO MARY ANN ROIVIN BARBARA C. RUCHHOIf'I' JOYCE TANNER RUCKMAN TOM SABEI, FLOYD NVILLIAM SCHULKI-1 JOAN CAROL SCHMI'I"I' JANET LOUISE SCHROEDER MARGARIYI' JEANNIQ SCHROIQIH-QR MARGIE LICE SCHROICDER JOHN DAVE SCHUYLI-IR TOM CHARLES SCHUYLIIR JOHN LESLIE SCHWOBI-QIJA ,N N IiI.IZABI'l'I'H SCOTT NIICHAI-IL DIXON SCO'I"I' IEAN I-ILIEANOR SEAQUISI NORMA I-'AY SI-II.GI-Il.ID DON SHLLI-1RS IOM SI-1Ylll-,LL UIJITH MAE SHRAGI-IR VILLARIJ ICIHVIN SHARP 'HIL SHIPI' . - 1, mr Q, C iw my 5 A I. "' an V' -MI-.1" I.-afk KQOI' A xx x I 5. - S .hw CHARLES SHRADER DAN A. SHRIVER DONNA SHOUP MELVIN RICHARD SIEBOLD MARYGOLD KAY SKINNER LE ROY LELAND SLOCUMB AVELYNN REEP SMITH DOROTHY CATHERINE SMITH HELEN ROBERTA SMITH TOM AUBIN SNYDER CAROLYN LOUISE SPILLMAN AIUDITH ANN SNOVV DARLENE EVELYN SPRIGGS JACK R. SPRING JOHN ROLLAND SPRINCER BOB SPOONER NANCY SPRAGUE ARTHUR ROY STACY DONNA STAHLBERG DAVE R. STANIEC FREDERICK VVILLIAM STARK NORMAN STEVENS BRUCE GORDON STEVENSON ROBERT WARREN STEWART JANET MERYI. S'I'II,EY x BARBARA I,IiI-1 STOCKER EI,IZAIII'1'I'H jANI'l SI. OEGCER .1'HOMAS WILLIAM STOVER J . CWM? of I MARY ANN S'I'REI-YIAER MILTON A. STUBBS LEO ROBERT TALBOT PAUI. TARANTINO PROCTOR LAMAR TAYLOR DIANE EI.IZAIIE'I'H 'FENNII-IS MERLE GEORGE THOMSEN STUART HALE THOMASON CHARLES DONALD 'IAHROCKMORTON JANET ADRIENNE IAHORNTON RICHARD HURT THORP SHARON LI-IANN 'IIBBITTS CHARI.O'I'TIi ANN TODD JOHN TONOYAN CHARLES GEORGE TRACY JVERTON JAMES TRASK EDMUND BROOKS TREIDLER ESTHER L. TRUAX EI,LI'lN TUTWILER MARILYN ANN TWELKER MARY ANTOINETTE VAN BERCK DON FRASER VAN HEUKLYN CARLL DE WITT VROOMAN BARBARA WADSWORTI-I ELIZABETH SUZANNE WALKER MAREDA JANE WALKER JAMES ROBERT WALSH JIM DEAN WALTERS EUGENE EINAR WANGLIE VICKIE WARD RON RAY WARDLE ALLEN C. WARREN PAT ANN WARREN CATHERINE MARY WARRICK ANNELLE JARILYN WARTH NEAL STEVVART WATERFALL LOIS WATSON LARRY NORMAN WEBBER RITA HELEN WEEKS RICHARD ARLEN WEIS ROWEN ELEUR WEISBERG BARBARA WELLER DONALD PERNELL WELLS BEVERLY JUNE WEST ALAN THOMAS WESTON DAVID WICKERSHAM MAXINE JUANITA IVIDDOWSON ROBERT ARTHUR WHITNEY LINDA WlI.I.IS MARILYN KAY IIVIIILS ALICE ANN WILSON JOHN I". INILSON EI.IZ.'XBI-I'I'H LYNN WOLI. JOE WOI,I,E'I"l' LUCILLE EVA WYCKOFF SARAH EIIIZABI-I'I'H YEATMAN RICHARD JOSEPH YELLAND JOHN DOUGLAS ZALAR SALLY SUE PREIFI-IR SMI II Q A73 A I,f. Af SENIOR PHUTUS NUT AVAILABLE NI JAINII IsRAsHI1AIa JIM LLILIIIQ WILLARII COI'l'1l,AlXIJ - JERRY KI1N'I' IIooI,I1Y LIQIL IIUMIIIILI. ' f coI.I,I:IgN IfI,ANI1cAN Rom-:R'I' HILRIIMAN JANITI' HIc:I:I:Ns IzoIsuIz'I' III:IIANo IIIIIII IIoN MxYI1ks - ANN o'RosI: X N AIIIQLI: SAWYA Jo ANN sI1I:IfRI1D qw '5:sJ JIIIIY SI-IRArII1R wII,I.IAAI VAUIIHN FRANK WIZIIII . AI.vIN wI1IIs'II1R MARILYN wI'I,I.s IIARLIQNI: wII,soN IIORHNI1 WILSON c:ARY koNAI,Im WYNN JOHN PAIII. ZUNA N I ruly, "These Are The Best Years 0 SENIOR because of elpful clubs for our special interests ncouragement given us by the faculty incere, hard-working class advisers ducation which we will always cherish ABELL, JEAN Girls' League Philanthropic Chairman II Girls' League Welfare Chairman III Class Treasurer II Class Song Leader III Halls-Grounds I, II III Maid of Honor II Class Council I, II, III Dance Committee I, Il, III Dance Recital III School Play III Oratorical III Girls' Stunt Party I, II Christian Student Fellowship III Jr. Civinette III Spanish Club III Thespians III World Friendship I, II Red Cross I Student Congress I, II ABRUZEE, GLORIA JO ANN, "GLORY" Regulated Dress III G.A.A. II, III Spanish Club III Girls' Stunt Show III Commerce Club III ADRIAN, ELEANOR CHRISTINE, "ELLIE" Commerce Secretary III H60 Per" Club Secretary III Commerce Club I, II, III "60 Per Club" II, III AKIRA, EDITH KISAKO, "EDIE" Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Christian Student Fellowship III Commerce Club I, II, III "G" Girls I, II G.A.A. I, II World Friendship III ALBERTSON, ROGER ELINYN P.A. Crew II, III R.O.T.C. I, II Christian Student Fellowship II, III ALLEN, PATRICK GEORGE, "RED" Commerce 'Club II Christmas Pageant ALLRED, LYNLL GAROLYN "NELL" Sec: Christian Student Fellowship II, III Maid of Honor II Dance Recital II Girls' Stunt Show III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Commerce Club I, II, III Dance Club I Red Cross III ANDERSON, ELXVOOD JOSEPH, "BUDDY" R.O.T.C. I, II ARMSTRONG, ROBERT VVARREN, "BOB" P.A. Crew I, II, III Operetta I, II, III Band I P.A. Crew Chief III f Our Lives" ARNOLD, ARLENE JOYCE, "AR" Class Council I Dance Committee I Dance Recital I, II, III Talent Show III Girls' Stun! Show I, II, III Operetta II, III Regulated Dress III G.A.A. I Philharmonic Club I World Friendship II Dance Club II, III jr. Statesmen II ASHLIN, GEORGE R. Class Council II ATKINSON, JERRY PAUL JV Baseball I B Basketball I, II, III Spanish Club I-I ATWOOD, ADRIENNE Class Song Leader II G.A.A. Board I, II Class Council II Dance Recital III School Play II Oratorical II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta III A Cappella Choir III Nitroettes II Regulated Dress II MG" Girls I, II, III G.A.A. I, II, III Philharmonic Club I Thespians III Dance Club III Student Congress I, II ATTWOOD, JAMES WILLIAM, "MOOSE" Band I, II Orchestra I, II, III Track III Football I, II, III AUGELLO, CHARLES DANIEL, "CHUCK AUSTIN, SHIRLEY JEAN Operetta II Choralettes III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Philharmonic I AUXIER, JIM E., "JAR" B Football I BAGDASARIAN, DIRAN ROY Director of Assemblies III Co-Ordinator of Organizations III Secretary-Treasurer 49ers III Treasurer Latin Club I President Latin Club II Vice-President Honor Society III Treasurer Forensics II Class Council III Dance Committees I, II, III School Play I Forensics I, II, III Talent Show III Orchestra I Tennis JV I V II, III Christian Student Fellowship III "49ers" I, II, III "G" Boys III jr. Civitan III Forensics I, II, III Red Cross I Congress I, III jr. Statesmen I, II, III Honor Society I, II, III Foothill League Forum III Golden Jubilee I BAILOR, SHIRLEE LORENE, "TWIN" Girls' League Program Chairman III Girls' League Senior Representative III G.A.A. Vice-President III G.A.A. Board I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party III Regulated Dress II Christian Student Fellowship III G.A.A. I, II, III Gym Secretary I Red Cross III Congress I BARI-IAM, JOYCE LYNN, "JO LO" Costume Crew II Maid of Honor II Dance Committee I Dance Recital I, II, III Oratorical Tableau II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Operetta Il, Ill Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III "G" Girls I, II, III G.A.A. I, II Philharmonic Club I Spanish Club II, III World Friendship II, III Dance Club I, II Science Club II jr. Statesmen II BARLOW, BONNIE JEAN Secretary Christian Student Fellowship II, III Operetta II A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Majorette II, III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Chevron III "G" Girls I, II G.A.A. I, ll, III BARNES, ROGER EUGENE, "CURLY" C.A.S.C. III BARNEY, JAMES COTENWORTH R.O.T.C. I, II, III Chips I, II Saber-Chevron II BARNEY, MIKELL LEE, "MIKE" G.A.A. Board III G.A.A. Yell Leader III G.A.A. Vice-President III Class Council I Christian Student Fellowship III Chips II, III G.A.A. I, II, III Student Congress III BARNSDALE, RUSSELL GARNETT, "RUSS" Halls-Grounds I Dance Committee II JV Baseball I, II, III "G" Boys III Spanish I Hi-Y I, II BARROIVS, CHARLES ROBERT, "HERSHEL" Student Congress III BARTOO, JOHN LEE R.0.T.C. I, II, III Spanish Club III BASTON E, RICHARD, "DICK" Halls-Grounds II P.A. Crew I Band I, II, III Spanish Club II Red Cross I BATES, DENNIS LOGAN, "DENNY" Director of Forensics II Director of Publicity III Explosion Staff III Stage Crew LI Dance Committee II Forensics I, II, III 49ers I, II, III French Club III Congress II BEAVEN, BARBARA ANN, "BARBIE" Dance Committee I Dance Recital I Girls' Glee I Choralettes I Cotton Cord Princess I junior Prom Princess II Football Queen lll BEAVERS, DONNA MAE Stylus Activities Ed. III Class Council I, II, III Dance Committee,l, II Dance Recital ll Girls' Stunt Party I, Il, III Commerce I, II, III G.A.A. I, II Gym Secretary I, II, III Jr. Civinette II, III Philharmonic I World Friendship III Student Congress I, II, III BELANGER, GERALD IVILLIAM, "BUD" Senior Yell Leader III Secretary-Treasurer of Hi-Y II Class Council III Oratorical III ACTIVITIES A Cappella Choir III Mixed Chorus III Track B I, II A III Latin Club I Vice-President Pep Club III BELL, KEITH SHELDON Student Congress II BELL, NANCY B. Girls' Stunt Pagty III Honor Society II BEMIS, MARY jo Girls' Stunt Party III Christian Student Fellowship III BENNETT, DIANA CATHERINE Class Council III Dance Recital II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Commerce Club I, II, III G.A.A. I, II World Friendship II, III Dance Club II BENNETT, ROBERT WILLIAM, "BOB" Boys' Glee I Football B I Chess Club II BENTON, SHIRLEY JUANITA, "SHIRL U60 Per" Club Vice-President III Maid of Honor II Class Council I, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Commerce Club III G.A.A. I, Il "SO Per" Club I, II, III Student Congress II BERRYMAN, ROBERT BRUCE, "BOB" JV Baseball I, II, III BOEBINGER, DORIS MAE Commerce Club II, III G.A.A. I, II BOCGS, BILL EDWARD, "FUZZY" P.A. Crew II BOICE, SHIRLEY RUTH Dance Recital II, III Choralettes II, III Regulated Dress II, III Chips II BOND, CHUCK Science Club III Jr. Red Cross III Jr. Statesmen III Christian Student Fellowship III Explosion III Writers' Work Shop III SENIOR ble leadership of our officers ed and black. our fine school colors xcellent guidance from our counselors BONE, GORDON FREDRICK-, "ti0RDIE" Student Congress II, III BONNIE, WILLIAM JERRELL, "LI'L WILLIE" Class Council I Dance Committee I B Track I B Football I jr. Civitans III Student Congress I, II Latin Club I, II BOSS, WILLIAM EDWARD, "BILL" Tennis I, II, III "G" Boys II, III Red Cross II Student Congress III BOWMAN, BARBARA JOAN, "BOBBIE" Class Council I, II, III Dance Committee I, II, III Dance Recital II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Choralettes III Nitroettes III Song Leader III Commerce Club I, II G.A.A. I, II jr. Civinettes II, III Student Congress I, II, III BOYLE, PATRICIA LEE, "PAT" French Club I, II, III BRADY, BARBARA JANET, HBARBH Costume Crew I Writers' Work Shop I, II, III Spanish Club III World Friendship III BRENTS, CLAUDIA ANNE Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Halls-Grounds III Orchestra I, II, III Regulated Dress I, II Christian Student Fellowship III World Friendship III Red Cross III Student Congress II BRIDGES, ROBERT A., "BOB" Track I, II Student Congress III BRINEGAR, JANE, "RED" Chips III BROWN, FREDRIC JOSEPH, "ELBOWS" Director of Publicity III Explosion III B Track I, II A III Football B I, II A III "G" Boys III Jr. Civitans III World Friendship II, III Red Cross I, III Student Congress II BROWN, NANCY LILLIAN Orchestra I, II Symphonettes III Regulated Dress III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III G.A.A. I, II BROWN, F. ROBERT Football B II, A III .BRUNK, CYNTHIA Operetta II, III French Glub I, II BRUNNER, JOAN SUE Dance Recital II, III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Chips II G.A.A. I, II Dance Club I. II BURGER, CLAIRE ELLEN A Maid of Honor II Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Regulated Dress III G.A.A. I, II Dance Club II Red Cross II BURGER, RAY CURTIS P.A. Crew I, II, III School Play II, III Operetta I, II, III Chips I, II, III "49ers" I, II, III C Track Manager I B Track Manager II BUTTS, CLARK MARTIN Track B I A II, III Cross Country Captain II, III Class Council III Halls-Grounds III Cheyron Club III "49ers" III "G" Boys II, III Jr. Civitan III Spanish Club III World Friendship I BUZZA, PATRICIA ERLENE, "PAT" Regulated Dress II Commerce Club I, II G.A.A. I, II CAGLE, HOWARD CHRISTY, "CHRIS" Senior Council III R.O.T.C. III CALLAHAN, ELIZABETH, "CAL" Dance Recital III CAMPBELL, GWYN ETH, "GWYN" Jr. Statesmen II, III Honor Society I, II Girls' Glee I Dance Club I Girls' Stunt Party II Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II G.A.A. I. II, III V French Club I, II, III jr. Civinettes II, III CAMPBELL, LEONA RUTH, "LEO" Nitroettes I Operetta II, III A Cappella III Choralettes II Philharmonic Club I CANNON, CHARLES W., "CHUCK" R.O.T.C. I Chips I, II School Play I, II Talent Show I, II Operetta I, III Orchestra I, II Symphonettes III Science Club II , Track Manager II Congress III Christmas Program Il, III CARLANDER, GAYLE JEANETTE Christian Student Fellowship Nitroettes II, III Commerce Club II, III Commerce Club II, III G.A.A. I, II Dance Club II Stunt Show II, III CARLTON, KENNETH R.O.T.C. I, 11, III CARR, YVONNE JEAN, Girls' League President III G.A.A. President II Girls' League Vice President G.A.A. Vice President II Talent Show II, III Girls' Stunt Show II A Cappella III "GO Per" Club President II Christian Student Fellowship Christian Student Fellowship Jr. Civinettes II, III Commerce Club II, III Christian Student Fellowship G.A.A. I, II, III "60 Per" Club I, II, III Baseball Manager I Cabinet II, III Inter-Club Council II, Ill III CHARLES MVON., III Pres. III Program Chairman 8c Sec. I I, II, III CASEY, JANET RUTH Christian Student Fellowship II CATTANI, MARGARET JANE Commerce Club II, III G.A.A. I, II Spanish Club I, II CHAUNCEY, ARVIN ROY ,IV Baseball I, II Football B-I A-II, III CHI'I"l"ENDEN, LOUISE EDYTI-IE Commerce Club III CI-IRISTENSEN, RICHARD G., "DICK" V Tennis III A Track II B Football III Cross Country III jr. Statesmen III CLANVSON, CAROL JOANNE Dance Committee I Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Nitroettcs I Regulated Dress I, Il Commerce Club I, II "G" Girls I G.A.A. I Spanish Club I, II World Friendship I, II, III Red Cross I CLEARY, ROBERT IVILLIAM Halls-Grounds III Class Council I, II Gym Secretary I Chips II, Ill CLUSSMAN, GLEN CLINTON Halls-Grounds I Stage Crew Ill Boys' Glee Dance Committee I, II Philharmonic Club I Baseball I Track I, II FoothallI,Il,l1i COLE, JANET RUTH, "COSY" Costume Crew I Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Student Congress I, II COLEMAN, MARY MARGARET, "MAR Honor Society II Dance Committee Ill Dance Recital I, II, III Girls' tSunt Party I, II, III Operetta II, III Regulated Dress III Christian Student Fellowship III "G" Girls II G.A.A. I, II, III Gym Secretary I World Friendship II, III jr. Civinettes II, III Dance Club I, II, III COOK, JIM EDYVARD, "COOKIE" P.A. Crew III "49ers" I, II COOLEY, JIM ARTHUR, "SI'ADE" Senior Class Vice President III Senior Council III Boys III B Basketball I A Basketball II, III Varsity Tennis I, II, III CIE" CORNELIUS, JEROME TRUMP, "JERRY" Hi-Y Vice President III Boys' Glee II JV Baseball I Basketball B II A III A Tennis III B Football I, II CRAIG, DELBERT RAY Christian Student Fellowship Program Chairman Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III CROSBIE, MARY ANN Oratorical Tableau II, III Girls' Stunt Show II, III World Friendship II, III Christian Student Fellowship III CROSS, DONNA JEAN Costume Crew II Girls' Stunt Party I Choraleltes Ill Philharmonic Club I, Il Regulated Dress I II ACTIVITIES CROWLEY, NELLISSA JEANNETTE, "NELLIE" Yell Leader III Maid of Honor II Costume Crew I Dance Committee I, II, III Dance Recital I, II, III Oratorical Tableau III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta II, III Christian Student Fellowship III Commerce Club II, III Gym Secretary I, II jr. Civinettes III Philharmonic Club I jr. Statesmen ll, Ill World Friendship I, II H60 Per" Club III Student Congress II Honor Society I, II, III Girls' League Regulated Dress Chairman III Regulated Dress II, III Girls' League jr. Representative II Girls' League Welfare Chairman III CRUT CHFILLD, PATRICIA ANN, "PATSY" Dance Recital II, III Regulated Dress III Commerce Club I, II Philharmonic Club I CRYAR, DOLORES JERLENE, "DE DE" Stylus Staff III Class Council I, II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Dance Committee II Dance Recital II Orchestra I Regulated Dress I, II Commerce Club II "G" Girls I G.A.A. I, II Philharmonic Club I Dance Club II Red Cross II Student Congress I, ll, III CULLINAN, DON BURDELL A Cappella III Boys' Glee I CUMMINS, BETTY JANE Commerce Club I, II, III G.A.A. I CURTIS, NANCY LEE Senior Council III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Student Congress II, III Commerce Club I, II, III Chips I, II, III Regulated Dress II, III 'N O SENIOR Tests and exams to measure our achievements Halls and grounds kept neat and clean Especially Mr. Golder who guided us through three years DAVIS, LEROY RICHARD jr. Civitan Treasurer II School Play II, III Talent Show I Operetta III Band I Orchestra II Symphonettes III R.O.T.C. I "49ers" I, II, III jr. Civitans II, III Red Cross I Student Congress II, III D'ARNALL, YVONNE NOLA, "VONNIE" School Play Student Director III French Club Vice President III World Friendship III United Nations Program II jr. Statesmen II, III Honor Society I Student Congress I Dance Recital II School Play II, III ,Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Christian Student Fellowship I G.A.A. II, III French Club I, II, III Somoac Art Club II Thespians III World Friendship II, III Dance Club II DAWSON, ANN LOUISE Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III DE BEAUMONT, LIA JEANNE, UMITZI' Co-ordinator of Fine Arts III Dance Club Secretary Il Honor Society Secretary III Spanish Club Vice President III Senior Council III Dance Recital Student Director II, III Talent Show I, III Dance Recital I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta II, III Maid of Honor II G.A.A. I, II Jr. Civinettes III Spanish Club III Cabinet III Philharmonic Club I Dance Club I, II I M' y Olll' DELBRIDGE, JOHN BRIAN, "J, D." Director of Forensics III jr. Statesmen President III Forensics Secretary-Treasurer II "49ers" Program Chairman III Operetta II, III Explosion III Cabinet III Dance Recital Narrator'III Talent Show I Oratorical Tableau I A Cappella II, III Boys' Glee I Track Manager III "49ers" II, III Class Council I, II Jr. Civitans II, III French Club I, II Philharmonic Club I Thespians 'III Forensics I, II, III Red Cross Soph Representative I Student Congress I jr. Statesmen I, II, III G.H'.S. Youth Council Representative II G.H.S. Youth Council Vice President III Honor Society I, II, III Lincoln Memorial Speech Contest Winner II Operetta I, II, III Dance Committee I, II, III So. Cal. Speech Contest, 2nd Place I Inter-Club Council III DEMPSEY, SHIRLEY ANN Girls' Stunt Party II, III Commerce Club I1 DENNE, DONALD V., "DON" P.A. Crew II, III DICK, ELIZABETH NORA, "LIZ" Band I, II, III Christian Student Fellowship II, III Chips II, III G.A.A. II DIDDEL, JOHN HARRISON Var. Tennis I, II DINSMOOR, LADY ANN, "DUSTY" Dance Recital III Talent Show I Girls' Stunt Party III Operetta I, II, III A Cappella III Choralettes II Nitroettes I, II, III Commerce Club I G.A.A. I, II, III Philharmonic Club I Skulls III Dance Club I, II Christmas Program II, III Radio Broadcasts Il DIXON, DICK ROSS, "DICK" Boys' Glee I Congress III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, Ill' P.A. Crew III DOOLEY, JERRY KENT Band I, II "G" Boys II, III Football II, III Baseball I, III DOOLEY, SHERLENE, "SI-IER-RY" A Cappella III Choralettes II Operetta III Christmas Program II, III Philharmonic Club I DOOLITTLE, RUTH CAROL Girls' Stunt Party II, III Red Cross II DOTY, DONALD HOWARD, "DON' jr. Civitans III Class ,Council I, II, III Dance Committee I, II "49ers" II, III "G" Boys II, III Jr. Civitans II, III Spanish Club I Student Congress I, II, III A Football III Track C I B II JV Baseball I, II DRANNON, JAMES MARTIN, "JIM Band II, III Tennis III DRAPER, RICHARD DONALD, "DICK Mixed Chorus II, III A Football II Science Club II DUDLEY, GERALDINE, "JERRY" Girls' League Treasurer III Girls' League Treasurer III Class Council I, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress III Christian Student Fellowship III Commerce Club III Spanish Club II, III Bank II, III DUFFY, EDYVARD, "DllFF" Boys' Glee I -IV Baseball I, V-III A Basketball ll, III A Football I, III D UMMEL, LEE Student Congress I EBBETT, BOB, "MOOSE" Student Congress III "4Elers" II, III World Friendship I Baseball I, ll, III B Football I DURYEA, HERBERT ROY, "HERB" Class Council III Party Committee Ill Oratorical Tahleau III Track I, II, Ill jr. Civitans 1II Chess Club Ill Latin Club I, Il, III Hi-Y Il Pep Club III EBERT, SUE ANN Costume Crew Il Glee Club I EGELAND, MURIEL KAY, UMUTZH A Cappella III Choralettes II Operetta Il, III Girls' Stunt Party II Christian Student Fellowship I Commerce Club I, II, III G.A.A. I, II, III "G" Girls I, ll French Club II, III jr. Civincttes II, III Red Cross III ENGLE, LLOYD WILLIAM, "AVILEY" P.A. Crew III Red Cross III ENGLISH, PAT ANN, "CHRIS" Comptroller III Stylus Staff III Maid of Honor II Band I Student Bank I, II, III Head Flag Girl III Nitroettes I, II, III Skulls I, Il, III G.A.A. I, II, III "G" Girls I, II, III Commerce Club I, II, III Cabinet III Flag Girl I, II, III Regulated Dress III ERICKSON, JERRY LE ROY, "SCOOTER" Class Council I, III Baseball I, II, III Basketball I, II, III B Football III R.0.iI'.C. I, II, III Cabinet III Flag Girl I. II. II Regulated Dress III Class "G" Boys II, III Saber-Chevron I, II, III Student Congress I, III ERICKSON, NADEEN ELLEN Student Bank III I-'lag Girl Il Nitroettes II ESTERLY, MARY KATHARlNE,, "KATHIE" Stylus Stall II Dance Committee I Dance Recital I, II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Chorus III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Chips II Commerce Club I, ll Philharmonic Club I, II G.A.A. I, II, III Spanish Club III World Friendship I, II Dance Club I ACTIVITIES I-ISTES LU ANN LULU Cabinet III G.A.A. I, II Commerce Club I, II, III jr. Civinettcs II, III Philharmonic Club I "GO Per" Club Il, Ill Student Congress I Honor Society I, II EVANS, JO NELL PHYLLIS, "jOLLI" Senior Council III FERRERO, JEAN MADELINE Student Congress I Red Cross II Somoac Art Club II jr. Civinettes ll, III G,A.A. I, II, III Regulated Dress III FELLOIVS, DUANE RICHARD, "DElVEY" R.O.'I'.C. l, II, III FISCHER, ELAINE LINDA Maid of Honor II Girls' Stunt Party II, III Regulated Dress Ill Commerce Cluli III G.A.A. I, II, III Honor Society II, III World. Friendship III FERRIS, JOANNE INEZ, Class Council I, III Dance Committee I, II Dance Recital I, II Play I Fine Arts I, II Girls' Stunt Party Il, III Operetta I Orchestra I Symphonettes II Regulated Dress III jr. Civinettes II, III Philharmonic Club I, II Dance Club I, II Red Cross II, III FITZPATRICK, DONALD KIETH, "FRITl" Director of Boys' Athletics III Vice President of Student Body III Vice President of Hi-Y II Dance Committee III Forensics I, II, III Oratorical Tableau I Orchestra I A Football I, II, III Player of Year III R.O.'l'.C. II, III Chevron Il "G" Boys III jr. Civitans III Red Cross II, III Student Congress I, II, III I 53 stnmn victorius games and meets at G.H.S. Exciting parties and social events R elaxing and varied assemblies Young sophs maturing into fine seniors FOLGER, BARBARA JUNE Operetta III Orchestra I, II, III Symphonettes III Science Club III Latin Club III Christian Student Fellowship I FORD, BEVERLY JEAN, "DEV" Girls' Stunt Party II, III Glee Club I G.A.A. I, II, III Scribblers I FORGERSON, BETTY LUCILLE Dance Recital I, II Girls' Stunt Party II, III Dance Committee I Philharmonic Club I Commerce Club III FOSTER, APRIL GAYLE Band I Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III FORTIER, LUCINE LYNDLE, "LUCERN" Dance Recital II Talent Show I Girls' Stunt Party II, III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Christian Student Fellowship I, Il, III Commerce Club I, II Philharmonic Club I Dance Club II Forensics II FRIEND, PATRICIA LEE, "PAT" French Club I FROST, DONNA KAE Girls' League Publicity Chai Maid of Honor Il Honor Society Secretary III Explosion Staff III Class Council II Dance Recital II, III Oratorical Tableau III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III G.A.A. II French Club II, III jr. Civinettes II, III World Friendship II, III Red Cross II, III jr. Statesmen III Honor Society I, II, III FROST, NANCY KING Girls' Stunt Party II, III G.A.A. I jr. Civinettes II, III Spanish Club II "60 Per" Club III FIIIHH GALLOWAY, JOHN MARTIN, "BIG 'J' " Band I A Basketball II A Track I, II, III Cross Country I, II R.O.T.C. I GARDNER, JUDITI-I ALINE, "JUDY" Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Chips II, III G.A.A. I, II GARWOOD, CHARLENE ELSIE, "NANCY Orchestra I, II A G. .A.I Spanish Club I, II GAY, SYDNEY FRANKLIN, "SYD" Explosion III French Club I, II, III jr. Civitans III Hi-Y I, II jr. Statesmen III GAZZANIGA, MARJORIE ANN, "MARGIE" Girls' League Senior Representative III Girls' League Vice President III World Friendship President III G.A.A, Board II Claqs Council III Gir s' Stunt Party I, II, III Choralettes II Christian Student Fellowship III "G" Girls I, II, III G.A.A. I, II, III World Friendship II, III Red Cross III Mixed Chorus III G.A.A. Yell Leader II G.A.A. Sports Club I, II Christmas Program II GEYER, HEATHER LY DEE Maid of Honor II Forensics I Flag Girl III G.A.A. I, II, III Gym Secretary I Latin Club I GIBBONS, SALLY ANN, "SANDI" Christian Student Fellowship III GILBERT, SHARON LEE Regulated Dress I Chip: II G.A.A. I, II Gym Sevetary II Spanish Club II, III World Friendship I Red Cross III GILMAN, BETTY JEAN G,A.A. I, II GINNEVER, PATRICIA ANN, "PAT" N itroettes I GORES, Cl-IARMIRN LEE Operetta III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Regulated Dress I Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III French Club I, II GRAY, ELDON CURTIS, "EL" Boys' Glee I HABERMAN, THEODORE B., "TED" B Track II A Track III B Football III Red Cross I, II HADSELL, JAMES RAY, "JIM" Boys' Glee I R.O.T.C, I, II, III HANGEBRAUCK, ROBERT PHILLIP, "BOB Stylus Photographer Il, III Halls-Grounds III P.A. Crew III Talent Show II V Boys' Glee I Tennis I, III Football I Philharmonic Club I, II World Friendship II Red Cross II HAGEL, KAREN CHRISTYN ANGLYN Red Cross III HAINING, SYLVIA JEAN Girls' League President III Girls' League Philanthropic Chair. II Honor Society Secretary I Jr. Statesmen Vice President II Operetta Lead II G.A.A. III Oratorical Speaker I, II Talent Show I, II, III Dance Recital I, II Forensics I, II, III Four Arts Program I Student Congress I, II Operetta Il Plays I, II Oratorical Tableau I, II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Cabinet III Dance Committee I Honor Society Life Member I, Il, III A Cappella II World Friendship I Thespians II, III C.A.S.C. Soph. Representative I French Club II, III HALES, JOHN LOCKIVOOD Head Yell Leader III junior Yell Leader II A Cappella III Class Council I, II, III Boys' Glee I, II Yell Leader II, III "49ers" II, III Philharmonic Club I Student Congress II, III Hi-Y I, II HALL, GORDON NEI.L Orchestral II Symphonettes II III jr. Civitans Il Student Congress II A B T I V I T I E S HALL, GRETCHEN VAN DOREN, "GRETCH" Girls' League Treasurer III French Club Program Chairman II Maid of Honor II Class Counsil III Dante Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Operetta II Regulated Dress I Christian Student Fellowship I, II, Ill GIA.A. I, II, III French Club I, Il, III jr, Civinettes III IVorld Friendship III Danre Club I, II HALL. KENNETH, 'AALKYH l'.A. Crew I, II, III Class Counlil III Band I HALLER. GREICHEN ANN, "GRE'I'CH" G.A.A. Yell Leader II HallsvGrounds III Dante Retital III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta I, II, III A Cappella Choir III Lyrit Club Il Regulated Dress I Christian Student Fellowship III flUIIIIIIl'I'C'l' Club Il G.A.A.I II jr. Cixinettes II, III IllIIIll2lI'IIIOIIIC Club I Ivorld Friendship I Red Cross I Student Congress III jr. Statesnien III HAMEI., ELEANOR PAITLINE, "EL" Girls' Stunt Party I Christian Student Fellowship III Connnerre Club III World Fiicndsllip III HAMEL, VIRGINIA ANN, "GINGER" Girls' Stunt Party III Christian Student Fellowship III KIOIIIIIIUITC Club II, III World Friendship II, III Student Congress II HAMILTON, ANNA MARIE Regulated Dress II COIIIIIICTLP Club I "till per" Club III HAND, BRIICE ARTHIIR, "MOOSE" P.A. Crew III A Irark III A Football III R.0.'I'.C. I, Il, III "-llIers" III Saber-Cheuon I, II, III HANSI-ZN, DONALD JOSEPH. "DON" B Track I A Football II A Traek II, III B Football I Student Congress III HARMON, ERIVINA MARY Commerce Club II Ifrenfh Club I, II HARRIS. RUTH ANN G.A,A. III HAVENS, VIVIAN SUE, "VIV" World Friendship Treasurer III Maid of Honor II Class Council III Dance Committee III Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta I. II, III Orchestra I Sympllonettes II, III Regulated Dress II jr. Civinettes II, III World Friendship III Red Cross III jr. Statesmen II, III HAYNES, ANTHONY IVEBSTER, STONY" Talent Show II Oratorical II Boys' Glee II Track II, III R.0.'I',C. I "49ers" II, III Christmas Program II, III HEATH, PATTI LEE, "l'A'II" Dance Club President III Maid of Honor ll Dance Recital I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta II, III Regulated Dress I Christian Student Fellowship I G.A.A. I, II, III jr. Civinettes III Latin Club I, II World Friendship II Dance Club I, Il, III HECKMAN, MARY LII-1NORA,"INI.-IRI School Play III Girls' Stunt Party III Operetta Lead Ill A Cappella II, III Christian Student Fellowship II, III Coinnierce Club III G,A.A. II World Friendship III HEINZELMAN, MARSHA Christian Student Fellowship I, II Student Congress III HELD, GEORGE JOHN Writers' VVork Shop Secretary III School Play II Oratorifal Tableau II Writers' Work Shop I, II, III World Friendship III HENKA, RAYMOND CARL, "RAY Explosion III Operetta I B Football I A Football II, III "G" Boys III HENNIGER, EDIVYNNA CAROL Operetta III Orchestra I, II Lyric III Christian Student Fellowship II, III G.A.A. I, II, III Spanish Club II, III HERMAN, HELEN LOUISE Christian Student Fellowship II, III I-IICKAM, ROBERT DAVID, "BOB" Band I, II Student Congress III I-Ii-Y I HIGLEY, CAROL JANE UG" Girls II, III G.A.A. I, II, III Honor Society I, II 'N 'J3 SENIOR ackward dances when girls "do the asking" xcitmg parties in our homes enlor Proms which we will never forget houghtfulness of those who make our paths easier HILL, CAROL ANN Class Council II Dance Committee II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III G.A.A. III Gym Secretary I HILLES, HUGH SCOTT, "HERK" R.O.T.C. Representative III Saber-Chevron Vice President II Dance Recital III Forensics II, III Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir II, III Boys' Glee I R.O.T.C. I, II, III Christian Student Fellowship I, III Philharmonic Club I, II Saber-Chevron I, II, III Red Cross I Student Congress II HILLMAN, PAUL EDWARD, "BUZZ" A Track III B Football I, II Red Cross III HINES, WILLIAM STANLEY, 'WVILLIEU B Football I, II HOBER, MARLENE ANN, "MAR" Lyric Club II Majorette III Dance Club I Philharmonic Club I Christmas Program II HOFFMANN, ANNETTE LOUISE, "ANN" G.A.A. Hockey Chairman II Dance Recital III Girls' Stunt Party III Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II G.A.A. I, II Spanish Club II, III "60 Per" Club Il, III Student Congress I jr. Statesmen III HOLLAND, PATRICIA MARGO, "PAT" Girls' Stunt Party I, II Operetta II G.A.A. I French Club I, II Philharmonic Club I World Friendship I, II HORN, ROBERT ELLSWORTH, "HORNY" A Football III HOUNSELL, EDWARD V., "ED" P.A. Crew I, II HOWARD, DALBERT LEON, "DAL" Christian Student Fellowship III Student Congress III HOWETH, RONALD GEORGE Orchestra I, II Symphonettes III B Football II Chips II Spanish Club III HUGHES, LARRY RAY Stylus Art Editor III French Club I, II, III Chess Club III Somoac Art Club II HULME, MICHAEL E., "MIKE" Christian Student Fellowship I Jr. Statesmen II Latin Club II JV Tennis I HUMPHREY, SUSAN, "SUSIE" Dance Recital II Forensics II Oratorical Tableau II Girls' Stunt Party II, III Regulated Dress III Student Congress III Honor Society I, II HUNT, KENNETH RICHARD Operetta II - A Cappella Choir III Boys' Glee I, II Baseball I, II B Football I, II Chips I, II, III Commerce Club II Red Cross I, II Philharmonic Club I, II Student Congress I INGRAM, INIAUREEN HARRIET, "MAR Dance Committee I Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta II Choralettes III Mixed Chorus III Regulated Dress II, III Commerce Club I, II Philharmonic Club I, II Chess Club I, II, III World Friendship I, II, III JACKSON, MELVIN RICHARD, "DICK" A Cappella Choir I Boys' Glee I B Basketball I, II, III C Track I A Track II B Track III Cross Country II, III "G" Boys II, III JACOBS, ROYLAN JEANE Christian Student Fellowship III JAHELKA, EDIVARD DONALD, "BUD" B Football I Christian Student Fellowship II, III JAHELKA, HARLOWE CHARLES School Play I, II, III Operetta I, II, III Boys' Glee I A Cappella II, III Orchestra I Symphonettes II, III Tennis I Football I, II, III "49ers" III All-State Orchestra III JELIN, GRIF Comptroller III Cabinet III Forensics III Honor Society I, II Student Bank I, II, III JENKINS, ROBERT GUY, HSABASTIAN' Boys' League President III Class Council I, II Dance Committee I, II, III JV Baseball I V Baseball II, III B Football I, II A Football III Cabinet III Christian Student Fellowship III "G" Boys II, III Spanish Club II, III Student Congress II, III JOHNSON, JEAN ALICE Library II Maid of Honor II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta III G.A.A. I, II World Friendship II JOHNSON, ROMER EUGENE, HSCREECH OWL Tennis I, II JOHNSTONE, MARY JOYCE. uJAY" Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Commerce Club III Gym Secretary II Red Cross II KANE, GRETCHEN Senior Class Treasurer III Civinettes Vice President III Thespians Secretary III Senior Council III Dance Committee II, III Senior Party Committee III Dance Recital Il, III Play Lead II Plays II, III Talent Show III Oratorical Tableau II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III G.A.A. I, II jr. Civinettes II, III Philharmonic Club I, Il Spanish Cluh I, II, III 'Fhespians II, III World Friendship I, Il, III Dance Club I, II Girls' League jr. Representative II Red Cross I, II Student Congress III Christmas Program II jr. Prom Princess II Radio Broadcast III Operetta I KEENAN, ELINORE LINDA Operetta II, III A Cappella III Choralettes Il Commerce Club III Philharnionic Club I Spanish Club III World Friendship III Honor Society II, III. KENNEDY, THOMAS HUGHES, "TOM" Explosion Stall III Band I jV Baseball I Ilaskethall II, III Christian Student Fellowship III Spanish Club II KIDD, DOROTHY JANE, "DO'I"I'Y" Director of Girls' Athletics III Co-ordinator of Fine Arts III G.A.A. Representative III Cabinet III G.A.A. Board II, III Costume Crew II Maid of Honor II Dance Committee II, III Senior Party III Dance Recital II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I, II G.A.A. I, II, III jr. Civineltes II, III Dance Club III Red Cross II, III Honor Society I, II, III jr. Stalesnrlen I, II Foothill League Forum Delegate III KING. JACK GEORGE Class Council II Boys' Glee I A Basketball III II Track I A Track II, III "G" Boys II, III jr. Civitans II Philharmonic Club I Forensics ll Student Congress I, II, III KING, jo ANN, '-jo" Girls' Stunt Party III Operetta II A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Nitroettes II, III Regulated Dress III Chips I G.A.A. I Gym Secretary I. III Spanish Club III World lfriendship II Red Cross I KIRBY, SUSAN LEE, "SUlIE" Maid of Honor'II Dance Recital I, II, III School Play Il, III Operetta II, III .A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Regulated Dress III G.A.A. I, Il, III Gvm Secretary I Philharmonic I Thespians III World Ifrientlship I, II, III Dance Cluh I, II, III I.atin Club I, Il, III jr. Statesmen III Honor Soeietv I 57 ACTIVITIES KLOHN, KAREN EDRIS Dance Recital I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party I Operetta II, III World Friendship Il, III Dance Club I KLUG, ELAINE JOYCE Girls' Stunt Party II, III Nitroettes II, III Majorette Il, III Christian Student Fellowship II, III Chips I, II, III Commerce Club I. I, III G.A,A. I, II, III KNAPP, INIARY LOU Commerce Club I, II, III World Friendship II Red Cross III KNEBEL, IVILLIAM E., "BILL" Explosion III Golf I, II A Track III Student Congress III KNOX, DONALD ALLEN, "DON" A Track III Cross Country III I.atin Club I Honor Society II, III KNOX, FLORA MARGARET Orchestra I, II KNOX, JUDITH ETHEL, "JUDY" Girls' League Friendship Chairman II Girls' League Secretary III NVorld Friendship Treasurer II G.A.A. Board I, II, III Class Council I Dance Committee II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress II "G" Girls II G.A.A. I, II, III jr. Civinettes II, III Spanish Club II, III World Friendship I, II, III Forensics III Red Cross II, III Student Congress II, III KOEPKE, LIIANNE Chips I, II, III Commerce Club II, III G.A.A. I, II I og SENIOR A lma Mater song that touches our hearts Nlewtie" whose cheerful voice calls us to 105 Dlance and "formals" in our social life KONISHI, NAOYE Dance Committee I Dance Recital I, II, III Tableau III Girls' Stunt Party I G.A.A. I. II Student Congress I KOPPANG, RICHARD RAYMOND, "DICK" Boys' Glee I Class Council I Track II Philharmonic Club I Spanish Club II Red Cross II KOSSACK, LOUIS CARLISLE, "LOUlE" Red Cross III Student Congress III KOTIN, ALLAN DAVID Explosion lst Page Editor III Chess Club President III Chess Club Vice President III Science Club President III Science Club Program Chairman III "49ers" III French Club II, III Jr. Civitans III Chess Club III Writers' Work Shop III Forensics II, III KRAMER, WAYNE CLINTON Costume Crew II Class Council II, III School Play II Talent Show II Oratorical Tableau II Thespians II, III Jr. Statesmen II KRECHEL, ANTHONY JAMES, "KRECH" Class Council I, II Dance Committee I, II Track I Football I Congress I, II, III LAMARR, LA VELLE Commerce Club III LACKNER, ELEANOR THEA, "EL" Head Song Leader III Cabinet III Class Council II Dance Recital I, II Girls' Stunt Party II, III Song Leader III Regulated Dress I, III Commerce Club I, II, III jr. Civinettes III World Friendship I Skulls III Dance Club I, II LARSON, SANDER LEONARD, "SANDY" Class Yell Leader I Class Council I, III Oratorical Speaker III A Cappella Choir II Boys' Glee I JV Baseball I, II V Baseball III Yell Leader III "G" Boys III Jr. Statesmen I, II, III A LATHROP, CHARLO I I E ELIZABETH, "CHAR Maid of Honor II Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Christian Student Fellowship II Spanish Club III Dance Club II, III LAUGHLIN JR., WILLIAM SIDNEY, "BILL" Golf I, II, III jr. Civitans Secretary III A Track III B Football I A Football II, III Christian Student Fellowship II, III "G" Boys I, II, III jr. Civitans II-, III Red Cross Student Congress II, III LAYTON, SUSAN ANN, "SUE" French Club III LEAP, GERTRUDE JUNE, MTRUDIEU Dance Recital II Regulated Dress II Girls' Stunt Party II, III jr. Statesmen I, II, III LE BARON, JOANNE LURENA, "JO" Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Operetta I, II, III A Cappella Choir III Lyric II French Club III Thespians II, III Honqr Society III LEIFER, BURT, "BUZZ" School Play III Talent Show III Band II, III Orchestra III Majorette III LESH, LAVINIA KATHERINE, "LOVIE" Costume Crew I'I Dance Committee I Oratorical Tableau III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Operetta II Regulated Dress II Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Jr. Civinettes III World Friendship III Science Club II Jr. Statesmen III Christmas Program I, III LEWIS, BARBARA JANE G.A.A. I, II Sparklers I LEWIS, JOYCE LEE Maid of Honor II Dance Committee III Dance Recital III Nitroettes I, II Commerce Club I, II, III G.A.A. I, II Philharmonic Club I World Friendship I, II Dance Club II, III Student Congress III LEWIS, WALTER RALPH, "WALT" Sophomore Class President I Cabinet I Halls and Grounds III Class Covncil I, II, III Dance Committee I, II, III Party Committee III Band I Orchestra II, III Track I, II, III Football I, II, III "G" Boys I, II, III jr. Civitans II, III Student Congress I, II, III LIME, YVONNE GLEE Girls' League Publicity Chairman II Sophomore Class Treasurer I Junior Vice President II Stylus Editor III Commerce Club President III Maid of Honor II Class Council I, II Dance Committee I Dance Recital II Oratorical Tableau II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Girls' Glee I Nitroettes III Song Leader III Commerce Club III G.A.A. I, II Gym Secretary I, Il jr. Civivettes II, III Philharmonic Club I World Friendship III Dance Club II Student Congress I, III Cotton-Cord Queen I LINEHAN, GERALD FRANCIS, "JERRY" School Play III Forensics III Operetta III LI'I'CHIfIELD, LORALEE, "l,AllRIE" Maid of Honor II Dance Retital I 'Fableau III Girls' Stunt Party I, Il, III Operetta II Christian Student Fellowship III G,A,A. I, II, III Philharmonic Club I Red Cross III LIVORI, LAIIRIIN CLAIRE, "I.AIlREY" Maid of Honor II Dance Committee II, III Dance Recital II, III 'I'aIent Show II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta II Clioralettes II Regulated Dress III G.A.A. I Philharmonic Club I. II World Friendship III LOCSDON, ALLEN HENDRICKS, "AL" Party Committee II "-19:-rs" II, III Spanish Club I, II World Friendship II Red Cross II LORRAINE, NORMAN ALBERT, "NORIVI" R,O.'I'.C I Christian Student I-'ellowship III LOSCHER, IVILLIAM ROBERT, "BILL" Halls-Grounds III A 'lirack I, II, Ill R.0.'I'.C. I, II, III "-filers" II, III Christian Student Fellowship III "G" Boys II, III Saber-Chevron Club II Red Cross II Hi-Y I, II LOIVER, PAUL EUGENE Football II, III LOIVMAN, ELlZAIIE'I'H ANN, "BETTY" Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III World Friendship II LYONS. CAROLE ANN Dance Committee I Dante Recital I, II, III Talent Show II Girls' Stunt Party III Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Christian Student Fellowship I Philharmonic Club I Xvorld Friendship I Dance Club I Red Cross III Christmas Program II, III McCLI'lNAI-IAN, JACK junior Class President II Cabinet II jr. Civitan President II Class Council I, II, III Dance Cotnmittee II, III 'I'abIeau I, II, III A Baseball II, III A Ilasketball I, II, III A Football III Christian Student Fellowship III "fillers" II, III "G" Iloys Il, III jr. Civitans III Red Cross III Student Congress I, III Foothill League Forum II MCCULLOIICH, JO ANN, Dance Recital II, III Oratorieal 'I'ableau Il Girls' Stunt Party III Christian Student Fellowship I, III Commerce Club I, III Philharmonic Club I World Friendship II "tillPer" Club II, III Red Cross II 59 ACTIVITIES McIN'I'IRE, JOHN ANDRE, "MAC" Explosion Staff III Class Council III jV Baseball I, II B Basketball II, III jr. Civitans II Student Congress II Hi-Y II Honor Society I, II, III jr. Statesmen II INICKINNON, DOROTHY, "DO'I"' Girls' Stunt Party II, III G.A.A. I jr. Civinettes II, III INICLEAN, JOAN MARY Dance Committee I Dance Recital I Operetta III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Regulated Dress I Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Commerce Club I, III G.A.A. I, II Gym Secretary Ill Dance Club I Red Cross I MCMANNLIS, FLORENCE DOROTHY Stylus Sophomore Editor II Stylus Senior Editor III School Play I Oratorical I Operetta I Orchestra I Philharmonic Club I Science Club II World Frientlship II Red Cross I Student Bank III MCNEELY, MARY JANE, "MICKEY" Dance Recital II, III Operetta III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Commerce Club I, II, III G.A,A. I, II, III Dance Club I, II, III Red Cross I Honor Society I '33 A Getting our pictures in the Stylus eading the Explosion N I 0 R xhilerating and gay junior Proms ctivities and fun we had together eachers so hard-working and patient ternal vigilance from l06 cholarship students so outstanding he opportunities to make life-long friends MAHONEY, JOHN CHARLES "MAHONEY" Director of Assemblies II, III jr. Statesmen President III Writers' Workshop President III Writers' Workshop Vice-President III jr. Statesmen Publicity Director III Scribbler's Secretary I Stylus Illustrator Ill Verse Book Editor I, II, III Class Council III Four 'Arts Program I, III Talent Show II, III Oratorical Tableau II, III Inter-Club Council III Cabinet II, III Explosion Staff III TV Broadcast III Forensics II, III jr. Statesmen II, III Writers' Work Shop I, II, III jr. Civitans III Science Club II, III Christian Student Fellowship I, III R.O.T.C. I, II, III Decoration Committee II Cotton-Cord Gift Book Illustrator I Dance Committee I, II, III MAIRE, MIMI Library Staff III Girls' Stunt Party III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III G.A.A. I, II jr. Civinettes II, III World Friendship I, II, III MAITHONIS, GEORGE CHARLES, Library I Orchestra I C Track II Christian Student Fellowship III MALCOR, TED EUGENE Operetta II Boys' Glee II MALONE, DIANE DA, "RIDY" Library I I Q 0 "GEORGE" MALSTROM, ELAINE Commerce Club II, III MANNIX, FRANCINE PATRICIA, UBICKEY Flag Girl III Nitroettes III Commerce Club III G.A.A. III Science Club III MANTZ, EDIVARD VINCENT, MED? Class Council III A Cappella Choir Ill Boys' Glee I, II B Basketball I, II A Basketball III Boys II, III Philharmonic Club I Student Congress II, III MARADEI, PAT CHRISTIE, "BIG PAT" I-Ialls-Grounds I Class Council I, II, III Dance Committee I, II School Play I, ll Talent Show I, II, III Operetta III Orchestra I, II, III Football I, II Thespians I, II, III Student Congress III MARADEI, PAT JOHN, "LITTLE PAT" Director of Boys Athletics III Halls-Grounds ll, III School Play I, II, III Class Council I, Il, III Talent Show I, II, Ill A Cappella Choir III Boys' Glee I, II B Basketball I A Basketball II, III Cross Country I "G" Boys III Philharmonic Club I, II Thespians II, III Red Cross I, II, III Student Congress I, II, III MARDER, BARBARA ROSE, "BARB" Dance Recital II, III School Play III Oratorical Tableau III Lyric II Mixed Chorus III Commerce Club III G.A.A. II Red Cross ll MARSHALL, DONALD GARY, "GARY" C Track I B Track II A Track III B Football II, III Chips I, II, III Boys II, III MARSHALL, RUTH ELLEN A Cappella Choir III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, Ill Commerce Club III NIARTIN, EDIVARD E., "ED" Halls-Grounds III Boys' Glee I JV Baseball I B Football Il Philharmonic Club I Red Cross I, II, III Student Congress ll MARTIN, PI-IYLLIS MARIE Faculty Editor, Stylus III World Friendship III MARTINOFF, MICHAEL, HMICKEYH B Football I, II French Club I, II, III Red Cross I, II, III MATTHEVVS, MARCIA ALLISON, "MARC" Sophomore Rep. Girls' League I Class Council III Dance Committee I, II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Christian Student Fellowship II Regulated Dress III Commerce Club II "G" Girls. II G.A.A. I, II Gym Secretary I, II jr. Civinettes I, II, III Philharmonic Club I, II World Friendship II, III Red Cross I MEACHAM, DUANE, "DENNEY" R.O.T.C. I, II MELOCH, JOAN TERESA "60 Per" Club President III Commerce Club II, III G.A.A. I World Friendship II "60 Per" Club II, III Interclub Council III MERRICK, LUCY MERRICK, "LU" Dance Recital III Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II G.A.A. III MILSSERSMITH, MARY CAMILLE Dance Committee III Dance Recital III Girls' Stunt Party III Commerce Club III Red Cross III METCALF, HOMER CHANDLER World Friendship I METZLER, DONALD MATTHEW, "DON" Chairman Student Court III Cabinet III Class Council II Oferetta II, III " 9ers" III Jr. Civitans III French Club II, III Christmas Program III Honor Society II, III METZLER, EUGENE ALLEN, "GENE" Student Court III Treasurer French Club II Party Committee III Operetta II, III "49ers" III French Club II, III Jr. Civitans III Christmas Program III Honor Society II, III HD MEYER, DONALD EDWARD, ON" Class Council II Talent Show I Track I Rd Crms I MIKKELSON. ELOISE MAE Christian Student Fellowship III Chevron Club III Commerce Club III G.A.A. III MILAM, GARY DEAN Library II, III Class Council I, III "49ers" III Red Cross I,,II, III Student Congress I, II, III MILLS, ANN STUART Dance Recital I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Operetta II, III Orchestra I Regulated Dress I G.A.A. I Dance Club I Student Congress I jr. Statesmen lll MITCHELL, DON L., "MITCH" Class Council lll Boys' Glee I B Track I A Track II "G" Boys II, III MOI-IR. HENRY GEORGE Stage Crew I Band I, II Orchestra I Golf III Red Cross III Student Congress III MOLLETT, NANCY LOUISE Regulated Dress I A I G. . . Red Cross II MONALY, JOSEPH EDMUND, "JOE Boys' League Secretary-Treasurer III Explosion Editor III Class Council III Oratorical Tableau III Christian Student Fellowship I "49ers" III "G" Boys III jr. Civitans III Spanish Club I, II Student Congress III Honor Society I, II, III Christmas Program III Science Club II MONTEMURRO, DIANE Girls' Stunt Party I, II Operetta II, III A Cappella III Choralettes II Regulated Dress I Student Congress I MORRIS, EDWARD C., "ED" A Cappella Choir III Boys' Glee II A Basketball III B 'Baseball Il B Track Il, III Christian Student Fellowship II Commerce Club III Philharmonic Club I, II Red Cross I, III Student Congress I, II MULHOLLAND, PATRICIA MAXINE PAT Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Choralcttes II Commerce Club III Philharmonic Club I Christmas Program II, III MUNSON, BEVERLY JEAN, "BEV Maid of Honor II Oratorical Tableau I Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Red Cross I Student Congress I MYERS, DONALD EARL, "DON Chips, I, II, III SENIUR Yet, with it all, we mix work and play English "comp" that we may learn to write our thoughts Ana shops to teach us trades Rallies to stimulate our school spirit Snack periods for "a bite and a chat" NASH, C. JEANNE Dance Recital II, III School Play I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party III Operetta I. II, III Orchestra I Symphonettes II, III Nitroettes II, III G.A.A. LII, III Spanish Club II Dance Club III State Orchestra III Tri-State Orchestra III NAYLOR, MARIAN DOROTHY Maid of Honor II Dance Committee I Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party III Orchestra I, II Symphonettes III G.A.A. I, II jr. Civinettes II, III Philharmonic Club I World Friendship I, II Dance Club I, II 'jr. Statesmen III NEAL, JERILYN, "JERRY" Dance Recital II, III School Play I Oratorical I Operetta I, II, III Orchestra I Symphonettes II, III Regulated Dress III State Orchestra III Western Conference Orchestra III Tri-State Orchestra III NEHLSEN, DONALD OTTO, "DON" Forensics Secretary III School Play II, III Forensics II, III Operetta II, III Chess Club III Jr. Statesmen II, III Bookstore I, II, III Science Club III NELSON, EDWARD EMANUEL, "ED" Boys' Glee I, II B Basketball II B Football I, II "G" Boys II, III I-Ii-Y I NEMECHEK, SANDRA KAY, "SANDY" Explosion Staff III Maid of Honor II Class Council I Dance Recital Il Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress III "G" Girls ll G.A.A. I French Club I, II World Friendship Ill Dance Club II NEVILLE, JOHN EDWARD, "SKIP" French Club President II Class Council III Dance Committee III Christian Student Feuowship I French Club I, II, III Jr. Civitans III Red Cross I, II, III I-Ii-Y l, II NEWBY, ROBERT GRENFELL, "BOB" C Track II, III Cross Country III NICKERSON, DIANA RUTH Dance Recital l, II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta-II NILSSON, WILLIAM PAUL, "BILL" Student Court III Spanish Club President II Writers Work Shop Vice President II B Track I A Track II "49ers" II, III Writers Work Shop III Spanish Club Il, III Science Club ll Jr. Statesmen II NISH, ROBERT MUNRO, "BOB" Boys' Glee I, II Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III O'BRIEN, RICHARD HARRY, "DICK Skull President III P.A. Crew I, II, III Boys' Glee I Band l, II, lll Track I Football I Chevron Club Il "49ers" I, III Philharmonic Club I Skulls Ill OLIVER, VIRGINIA LEE, "GINNIE" Pep Club III Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta II, III A Cappella III Choralettes II Regulated Dress II Commerce Club I, II G.A.A. I Jr. Civinettes II, III Student Congress II OLSON, GAIL ELIZABETH Dance Recital III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I G.A.A. III OLSON, JUNE CLARICE Choralettes III Lyric II Commerce Club II, III Christian Student Fellowship II, III World Friendship Ill Student Congress Il Christmas Program III O'NEILL, MARLENE ELIZABETH Girls' Stunt Party. II Spanish Club II, Ill World Friendship II O'NEIL, NANCY LYNN, "NAN" Operetta III A Cappella III Choralettes Ill OSTENDORF, RICHARD W. Halls-Grounds I, II P.A. Crew III B Basketball I, II JV Tennis II PALMER, EDWARD BERNARD, "ED Commerce Club Vice President III P.A. Crew III PALMER, NANCY RUTH, "SUNNY" Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Band I, II, III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Philharmonic Club I, II World Friendship I, II Skulls III Red Cross II, III Lyric Club II PARENT, PHYLLIS ELAINE, "PI-IYL' Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I, II G.A.A. I, II, III Jr. Civinettes III Dance Club I, II, III Student Congress I, II, III PARKER, JUDITH ANN, "JUDY" Commerce Club Treasurer II Class Council I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party I Commerce Club II PARMAN CONST NCE ELAINE, "CONNIE" , A Dance Committee I, II Talent Show III Girls' Stunt Party III Regulated Dress II Majorette III Commerce Club III "G" Girls III G.A.A. I Gym Secretary II Philharmonic Club I, II World I-'riendship II, III Red Cross II Student Congress II PATERSON, GLENDA IEANNE A Cappella Choir III Chorzilettes II Christian Student Fellowship I, II G.A.A. I, II, III PERRY, BYRON BRUCE, "BRUCE" B Basketball I, II A Basketball III B 'I'rack I, II A Track III PERRY, COLEEN Dance Recital II Girls' Stunt Party II, III Commerce Club II "G" Girls I G.A.A, I jr. Civinettes II, III Philharmonic Club I Dance Club II PERRY, MARGARET LORETTA Chips I, II, III G.A.A. I, II, III Spanish Club III PETERS, DONALD CHARLES, "PETE" Class Council I, Il, III Dance Committee I Band I, II C , . I rack I B Track II A Track III B Track I, II A Track III Commerce Club II Chips I, II, III "G" Boys III World Friendship II Student Congress II, III PETRUSHOEF, NADIA Maid of Honor II Commerce Club I, II, III G.A.A. I, II Jr. Civinettes II, III Philharmonic Club I "till Per" Club II, III Student Congress I PETTY, ANNETTE FAY Stylus Girls' Sports Editor III G.A.A. Yell Leader III Band I, II, III Chips III G.A.A. I, II, III Band Drum Major III PFEIFER, SALLYSUE Talent Show III Christian Student Fellowship III Thespians III PHILLIPS, BARBARA Christian Student Fellowship II, III Commerce Club III G.A.A. II jr. Civinettes II, III Girls' Glee I, II PHILLIPS, PATRICIA LEE, "PAT" Girls' Stunt Party III G.A.A. I, II H60 Per" Club II, III PIERCE, DELPI-IINE JOYCE, "DE" School Play II Talent Show II Operetta II A Cappella III Orchestra II Nitroettes II, III Majorette II, III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Commerce Club I, II, III "G" Girls I, II, III G.A.A. I, II, III Philharmonic Club I Writers' VVork Shop I Skull Vice-President III Dance Club II Lyric Club II POARCI-I, NANCY ANN, "PO Costume Crew II Oratorical Tableau III Girls' Stunt Party III Christian Student Fellowship III G.A.A. II Spanish Club II, III World Friendship III jr. Statesmen III POINTS, PATRICIA KATHLFFN PIT Dance Recital I, II, III Operetta III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Commerce Club I, III G.A.A. I Philharmonic Club I Lyric II Dance Club I POLLOCK, EDIVARD DURLFY FED .IV Baseball I, II V Baseball III B Basketball I, II A Basketball III "G" Boys II, III POWELL, EDWARD GREER, NED Science Club Vice-President III School Play III Operetta I, II, III Orchestra I Symphonettes II, III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III "49ers" II, III jr. Civitans III Philharmonic Club I Red Cross III Science Club II,,III Christmas Program III jr. Statesmen III POWERS, PATRICIA, "l'A'l Class Council III Dance Recital I, II, III Talent Show I Oratorical Tablcau III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta II, III Philharmonic Club I Dance Club I POYORENA, GARY ALLEN School Play II, III SCHOOL Oratorical Tablcau III Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Boys' Glec I, II Thespians III Christian Student Fellowship I, II, -U I I 'N 222 SENIUR O ur noon-time lunch on the curbs by the lunch stand F ine school traditions to live up to PRATT, JULIE DIANE Senior Class Secretary III Commerce Club Treasurer III Costume Crew I, II, III Maid of Honor ll Class Council III Dance Committee III Party Committee III Senior Announcement Chairman III Dance Recital I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta II, Ill Chips III Commerce Club Ill G.A.A. I Gym Secretary Il French Club II, III jr. Civinettes II, III Philharmonic Club I World Friendship II Dance Club I PRATT, PERI ELEANOR, "PERI" Dance Committee III Operetta III A Cappella Choir III Nitroettes II Regulated Dress II Christian Student Fellowship III G.A.A. I, II, III Spanish Club III Student Congress Il Lyric Club II Girls' Glee I Sparklers I PRATT, RUSSELL RAY, "RUSS" Explosion Staff III School Play III Boys' Glee II A Cappella Choir III A Basketball III Golf Il PRINTUP, CARTER ALSTON, "CAP" Latin Club Vice President II Honor Society President III Class Council III Dance Committee II Tableau I, II Tennis II, III A Football I, II, III jr. Civitans III I 22' Forensics II, III' Red Cross II, III Student Congress II Jr. Statesmen I, Il, Ill Honor Society I, II, III PYLE, LINDA JANE Director of Girls' Athletics III G.A.A. President III Cabinet III World Friendship Vice President G.A.A. Board I, II, III Talent Show I, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Orchestra II Regulated Dress II G.A.A. I, Il, III jr. Civinettes Il, III Philharmonic Club I Spanish Club Ill World Friendship II, III Red Cross III Inter-Club Council II I QUALM, KEITH EUGENE, B Football I A Football II, III B Track I, II A Track Ill Tennis I, II, III B Basketball II R.0.T.C. II, III Honor Society III P.A. Crew I Tableau II Halls-Grounds III Red Cross I Spanish Club II, III RAU, MARY LEE Commerce Club III Spanish Club II World Friendship II, III RECINOS, ESTELLE Faculty Editor, Stylus III Costume Crew II Class Council l Operetta I Orchestra I Commerce Club I, Il, III G.A.A. I, II, III Philharmonic I Writers' Workshop I, II, III World Friendship I, II, III Forensics III Student Congress Il C.A.S.C. II Red Cross I Honor Society I, Il HKAYLAM REGO, PATRICIA ANN, "PAT" Regulated Dress II Commerce Club II, III REITER, JANE KAY, "KATIE" Halls-Grounds III Dance Recital III Forensics III School Play II Talent Show II, III Girls' Stunt Party ll, III Operetta II Honor Society II, III jr. Statesmen III RESNICK, ROSE EILEEN, "DIZZY" Girls' Stunt Party II "G" Girls I G.A.A. I, II Red Cross III Commerce Club III RICHARDS, GARY LEE Halls-Grounds Ill Library III Class Council III Dance Committee II, III Talent Show Ill Operetta II, III Boys' Glee I Basketball I, III Track Il, III Jr. Civitans III Phil'harmonic Club I World Friendship III Student Congress Il, III RINI, DOLORES ANTOINETTE, "DI" Latin Club III ROACH, CAROLYN ELAINE, "TOOTIE" Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Chips I, II, III G.A.A. I ROBERTS, LOIS LOUISE Regulated Dress I Christian Student Fellowship I, II ROBINSON, JANICE ANN, "JAN' Maid of Honor II Dance Recital Il Girls' Stunt Party I, II Spanish Club III World Friendship I, II, III Honor Society I ROBINSON, KATHERINE HOPE, Class Council Ill Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Dance Recital I, II, III Operetta III A Cappella Choir III Lyric II Christian Student Fellowship III Commerce Club III G.A.A. III Philharmonic I World Friendship II, III ROBINSON, NANCY CARROLL, Dance Committee Il, III Dance Recital II, III Regulated Dress II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Christian Student Fellowship II, III "G" Girls I, Il World Friendship Dance Club G.A.A. I, II Red Cross I Student Congress I ROGERS, RONALD RALPH Dance Committee I, II Oratorical Tahleau I A Track II A Football I, II Honor Society I "49ers" Il ROWIN, MARY ANN, "SUE" Dance Recital II, Ill Girls' Stunt Party II G.A.A. I. II French Club II, III Honor Society I, II RUCHHOFT, BARBARA C. Girls' Stunt Party II, III G.A.A. I, II Somoac Art Club II, III Red Cross III RUCKMAN, JOYCE TANNER Dance Recital I, Il, Ill Girls' Stunt Party II, III Somoac Art Club II, III Dance Club I Jr. Statesmen III SCHMITT, JOAN CAROL Commerce Club Secretary III School Play III Operetta III Regulated Dress III Commerce Club II, III World Friendship II Red Cross III SCI-IROEDER, JANET LOUISE, " Sophomore Representative I Friendship Chairman II Regulated Dress Chairman II ghiranltdhropic ghairman III ir s' eague rogram Chairman III G.A.A. Board I, III Halls-Grounds III Maid of Honor II Class Council II Dance Committee II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I G. .A. I, II, III Jr. Civinettes II, III Spanish Club III World Friendship III Red Cross III Junior Statesmen I Cotton-Cord Court I Honor Society III v "KATHY" "NANCE" JAN" SCHROEDER, MARGARET JEANNE JEANNIE Girls' League Social Chairman III jr. Civinettes Program Chairman III Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Operetta II A Cappella Choir III Lyric II Mixed Chorus III Regulated Dress Ill G.A.A. III Dance Club I, II Christmas Program II, III SCI-IROEDER, MARGIE LEE Nitroettes I Commerce Club II Regulated Dress II G.A.A. I, II World Friendship II SCHUYLER, JOHN DAVE Director of Forensics II Student Body President III Explosion Staff III Honor Society Vice President III Class Council I, II Stage Crew II, III Cabinet II, III Dance Committee I, ll Dance Recital II Forensics I, II, III Christmas Program I Orchestra I, II Tennis I, II, III Track I Football I "49ers" II, III C.A.S.C. II, III Jr. Civitans III Red Cross I, II Student Congress I, II, III Latin Club I, II, III Jr. Statesmen I, II, III Hi-Y President I SCHUYLER, TOM CHARLES Explosion Editor III Honor Society Senior Representative III Stage Crew II, III Class Council II, III Talent Show II Orchestra I Tennis I French Club III Student Congress I, II Jr. Statesmen III SCHWOBEDA, JOHN LESLIE Red Cross Secretary-Treasurer III Oratorical Tableau III Operetta III B Track I A Track II, III Cross Country II, III "49ers" III "G" Boys II, III Jr. Civitans III Forensics III Red Cross III Jr. Statesmen III SELGELID, NORA FAY Costume Crew I, II Dance Committee I Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I Christian Student Fellowship II jr. Statesmen II SHRAGER. JUDITH MAE. "JUDY Girls' Stunt Party II Commerce Club I, II World Friendship I, II SHARP, WILLARD EDWIN, "ED" Science Club Secretary III Chess Club III Science Club I, II, III Hi-Y III jr. Statesmen III SENIOR O utstanding school spirit of which we boast Unexcelled plays upon our stage R hythms from our orchestra and band SHRADER, CHARLES, "CHUCK" P.A. Crew III Football Il, III SHRIVER, DAN A. ,IV Baseball II A Basketball II A Football III R.O.T.C. I French Club III SIEBOLD, MELVIN RICHARD, "MEL B Track I B Football I Cross Country III "49ers" III Student Congress I, II Hi-Y I, Il SKINNER, MARYGOLD KAY, "KAY" Halls4Grounds III Christian Student Fellowship III SLOCUMB, LE ROY LELAND P.A. Crew I, II, III SMITH, AVELYN REY, NAVY" Christian Student Fellowship I "G" Girls I G.A.A. I, II, III SMITH, DOROTHY CATHERINE, "DODIE" Dance Recital III Girls' Stunt Party III Operetta III SMITH, HELEN ROBERTA Orchestra I Christian Student Fellowship II, III Philharmonic Club I World Friendship III SNOW, JUDITH ANN, "JUDY" Student Court III Maid of Honor II Dance Committee I Girls' Stunt I-'arty II, III Regulated Dress II G.A.A. I C.A.S.C. I, II, III Jr. Civinettes II, III Dance Club II Jr. Statesmen III Christmas Program I, II, III SNYDER, TOM AUBIN, '4TAZZ" School Play II, III Talent Show II, III Oratorical III Operetta III Band II Orchestra Il, III SPILLMAN, CAROLYN LOUISE Girls' Stunt Party II Commerce Club II, III World Friendship II, III SPRACUE, NANCIE ARLYN, "NANC" Girls' League Senior Representative III Explosion Staff III Writers' Workshop Secretary III Class Council II , Dance Committee II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I, II Christian Student Fellowship II Chips I, II, III "G" Girls I, II G.A.A. I, II Philharmonic Club I Forensics II World Friendship I, II Writers' Workshop II, III Red Cross II Honor -Society III SPRIGGS, .DARLENE EVELYN Spanish Club Treasurer II Dance Recital II School Play II, III Christian Student Fellowship II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III G.A.A. II Spanish Club II Thespians II, III World Friendship I, II Dance Club II Student Congress I SPRING, JACK R. Senior Class President III Sophomore Class Vice-Presioent I Philharmonic Club President I Class Council I, II, III Dance Committee I, III Oratorical Tableau III Operetta I A Cappella Choir I, II, III Boys' Glee I Basketball I Football I, III Christian Student Fellowship I Philharmonic Club I Student Congress I, II, III SPRINGER, JOHN ROLLAND, "JACK Student Body President III Student Body Vice-President III Honor Society Treasurer II Hi-Y President II Honor Society President III Ground Rating Committee III Dance Committee III Tennis I,,II, III Christian Student Fellowship II, III "G" Boys II, III Spanish Club II Student Congress I, II, III Jr. Statesmen II, III SPOONER, BOB, "TEX" V Baseball I, II A Basketball 'I, II V Tennis I, II A Football I. II STACY, ARTHUR ROY, "ART" Red Cross President III Class Council III Dance Recital III School Play II, III Operetta Il, III "49ers" II, III Thespians III Red Cross III jr. Statesmen II, III Honor Society I, II, III Christmas Program I, II, III STAHLBERG, DONNA LE, "PINKY" Student Body Secretary III Commerce Club Vice President III Commerce Club Treasurer III Class Council III Nitroettes II, III Christian Student Fellowship III Chips I, II Commerce Club II, III G.A.A. I, II, III Gym Secretary II "60 Per" Club II, III Dance Club II '5 'tie I STANIEC, DAN R. Boys' Glee II JV Baseball I, II V Baseball III B Football II STARK, FREDRICK WILLIAM, "BILL" School Play II, III Opeaeita III Ban Orchestra II Symphonettes III Jr. Statesmen II STEVENS, NORMAN Halls-Grounds I Class Council I, II Dance Committee I, II, III Chess Cltab I, II, III A Track A Football I, II STEVENSON, BRUCE GORDON P.A. Crew I, II, III STEWART, ROBERT WARREN, "BOB" Class Council I, II, III Dance Ccmmittee I, II Track I Student Congress I, II, III STILEY, JANET MERYL, "JAN" Commerce Club II, III Nitroettes II, III Lyric II Maid of Honor II Christian Student Fellowship II, III G.A.A. I, II, III Honor Society I, II, III "60 Per" Club I, I, III Christmas Program II STOCKER BARBARA LEE B , , .. ARBH Junior Class Secretary Il Class Council II Dance Committee II Dance Recital II Operetta I, II, III A Cappella Choir II, III G.A. .I Philharmonic Club I, II Red Cross I, II Student Congress I, II ST. OEGGER, ELIZABETH JANE, "BETTY" Nitroettes I, II Regulated Dress I, III G. .A. I Philharmonic Club I STOEVER, THOMAS WILLIAM Head Yell Leader II Latin Club President II V Class Council I, II Dance Committee Forensics I, II, III Talent Show I Operetta III Orchestra I, II Yell Leader II "49ers" II, III C.A.S.C. II jr. Civitans II, III Forensics I, II, III Student,Congress I, II jr. Statesmen I, II, III Honor Society III STONEHAM, DON HAY B Basketball I, II, III B Track I A Track II. III B Football I STREETER, MARY ANN Dance Recital I, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I, II, III World Friendship II, III Dance Club I Red Cross II Student Congress I, Il, III STUBBS, MILTON A., "CAP" P.A. Crew III V Baseball II B Basketball II V Tennis II, III "49ers" II, III Jr. Statesmen II I, II 'D , ACTIVITIES TALBOT, LEO ROBERT Science Club Vice President III P.A. Crew I, -II, III Tennis II, III "49ers" III Jr. Civitans III Chess Club III Forensics III Honor Society I, II, III TARANTINO, PAUL, "JERRY" B Football I Chess Club III Red Cross I, II, III TAYLOR, PROCTOR LAMAR, "BUD" B Basketball III French Club II, III TENNIES, DIANE ELIZABETH, "DI" Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I Philharmonic Club II World Friendship I Red Cross III Student Congress II, III Lyric Club II Mixed Chorus III THOMASON, STUART I-IALE, "STU" Class Council III Operetta III A Cappella Choir II, III A Track I, II, III B Football I, II THOMSEN, MERLE GEORGE R.O.T.C. I, II Writers' Workshop I World Friendship I Band I THORNTON, JANET ADRIENNE, "JAN" Head Song Leader III Girls' League Program Chairman II Sophomore Class Secretary I Stylus Sports Editor III Jr. Civinettes Treasurer III G.A.A. Yell Leader II Princess on Cotton-Cord I Class Council I, II, III Dance Committee I, III Dance Recital II Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Nitroettes III Song Leader III Regulated Dress III Christian Student Fellowship II, III jr. Civinettes II, III Skulls III Student Congress I, II Lyric Club III THORP, RICHARD BURT, "DICK" Band I, II, III Chess Club III Skulls III Science Club III THROCKMORTON, CHARLES DONALD R.0.T.C, I, II, III TIBBITTS, SHARON LEAAN Library Staff II Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III World Friendship II TODD, CHARLOTTE ANN, "CHAR" G.A.A. Board II Maid of Honor II Class Council I Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Regulated Dress I "G" Girls II G.A.A. I, II Jr. Civinettes III Spanish Club III Red Cross III Honor Society I, II, III 1 1 1 ,S as .231 I If SENIOR etteiman sweaters so good on either boys or girls n games we learn to be good sports it1l lessons in self-government xplosions packed with school news tyluses which capture our fun-filled years at G.H.S. TONOYAN, JOHN V Tennis III TRACY, CHARLES GEORGE, "CHARLIE" C Track II, III TREIDLER, EDMIIND BROOKS Christmas Program I Baseball I, II jr. Statesmen II Somoac Art Club I, II TRUAX, ESTHER L., "DIMPLES" Costume Crew II Class Council II Operetta II Choralettes II Christian Student Fellowship II, III Commerce Club II TUTYVILER, ELLEN, "'I'IlT" Regulated Dress I Commerce Club I, II, III Philharmonic Club I TXVELKER, MARILYN ANN Costume Crew II Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party II Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Nitroettes I Regulated Dress I jr. Civinettes II, III Writers' Workshop III Somoac Art Club II World Friendship II Dance Club II, III Honor Society I, II, III jr. Statesmen III th? , VAN BERCKELAER, MARY ANTIONFTTF MARY AN Student Court III Stylus Staff II jr. Statesmen Vice President III Honor Society Treasurer III Dance Recital II, III Talent Show I Oratorical Tableau I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta I, II, III Orchestra I Writers' WVorksliop III Spanish Club III WVorlCl Friendship I Dance Club I, II Student Congress III Honor Society I, II, III jr. Statesmen I, II, III Radio Broadcast III TV Broadcast III Graduation Decoration Committee II Christmas Program I, II, III VROOMAN, CARLL DE YVITT P.A. Crew II YVADSIVORTH, BARBARA, "BARS G.A.A. I, II, III Philharmonic Club I Spanish Club II, III YVALKER, ELIZABETH SIIZANNF MICKFX Dance Recital I, II, III School Play II, III Talent Show I, II Oratorical Tableau I Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta I Svmphonettes II Philharmonic Club I, II Thespians II, III Dance Club I Red Cross I Christmas Program II Speech Festival I, II YVALSH, JAMES ROBERT, A Football II, III VVALTERS, IIM DEAN P.A. Crew III Boys' Glee II C Track II B Football II Philharmonic Club I Red Cross III IVANGLIE, EUGENE EINA A Basketball II, III Boys' Glee I YVARD, VICKIE, "VIC" Costume Crew II Regulated Dress II "JIM Christian Student Fellowship I, II, III Chips III Student Congress III Commerce Club III YVARDLE, RON RAY P.A. Crew III R.O.T,C. II, III YVARREN, ALLEN C. Class Council II Boys' Glee I Track I Philharmonic Club I XVARREN, PAT ANN Girls' Stunt Party II, III G.A.A. I World I-'rientlship II IVARRICK, CATHERINE MARX C AFI HI Explosion Stal? III Christian Student Fellowship Vice President III Christian Student Fellowship Il, III G.A,A. I, II, III World Friendship Club I XVARTH, ANNELLE CARILYN, 'NI-LI IE Dance Recital I, II, III Operetta II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Dance Club I IVATERFALL, NEAL STENVARI Explosion Photographer III jr. Civitans III WATSON, LOIS Maid of Honor II Dance Committee III Dance Recital I, II, III Girls' Stunt Party III Operetta II, III A Cappella Choir III Choralettes II Chips II Philharmonic Club I Spanish Club II IVEBBER, LARRY NORMAN Class Council II, III Dance Committee I, II, III Party Committee III Band I B Track II A Track III B Football I, II A Football III "G" Boys II, III jr. Civitans II, III Philharmonic Club I Spanish Club I, II, III World Friendship I Student Congress II, III WEEKS, RITA HELEN, "REET" Choralettes III Girls' Stunt Party III Regulated Dress II Commerce Club I, II Commerce Club I, II G.A.A. I Gym Secretary I Philharmonic Club I Red Cross I Lyric Clu-b Il WEIS, RICHARD ARLEN, "HOOKS" V Baseball II, III V Basketball II, III "G" Boys III jr. Civitans II WEISBERG, ROWEN ELEUR, "RONNIE" Girls' Stunt Party II, III World Friendship II Student Congress III Latin Club I IVELLER, BARBARA, UBOBBIEU Library Staff Ill Girls' Stunt Party I, Il, III Christian Student Fellowship I G.A.A. I World Friendship III IVELLS, DONALD PERNELL, "IVALRUS" B Football I A Football II IVEST, BEVERLY JUNE, "BEVE" Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party' ll, III Commerce Club I, II, III World Friendship I "60 Per" Club I, II, Ill Sparklers I IVESTON, ALAN THOMAS Track III IVICKERSHAM, DAVID LEE P.A. Crew II, III Class Council III A Track II, Ill A Football II, III "G" Boys II, III WIDDOWSON, MAXINE JUANITA, "MAX" Maid of Honor II Dance Committee III Dance Recital II, III School Play III Talent Show I, II Oratorical Tableau Ill Girls' Stunt Party I, II, III Operetta I, II, III Christmas Program II, III Regulated Dress II, III Jr. Civinette II, III World Friendship Club I, II, III Latin Club I, II, III WHITNEY, ROBERT ARTHUR, "BOB Orchestra President III Honor Society Treasurer III Class Council I, II, III Dance Committee I, III School Play I, III Orchestra II, III ACTIVITIES Band I C Track I B Track II A Track III B Football II A Football III "G" Boys II, III Jr. Civitans II, III Spanish Club I World Friendship I Honor Societv II, III Hi-Y I, II, III WILLIS, LINDA, "LIN" Commerce Club II, III WILLIS, MARILYN KAY Library II Nkroettes I, II, III Christian Student Fellowship III Commerce Club I, II, III WILSON, ALICE ANN Explosion Staff III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Regulated Dress III WILSON, JOHN F., "WILLIE Halls-Grounds I, II, III Basketball I WOLL, ELIZABETH LYNN LYNN Explosion Exchange Editor III Halls-Grounds II Maid of Honor II Dance Recital II, III Girls' Stunt Party II, III Operetta I, III A Cappella Choir III Regulated Dress II G.A.A. II, III Philharmonic Club I Spanish Club III World Friendship II. III U60 Per" Club II, III Dance Club II Red Cross II Christmas Program II, III Jr. Statesmen III WYCKOFF, LUCILLE EVA Regulated Dress III Commerce Club III Girls' Stunt Party III IVYNN, GARY RONALD P.A. Crew I, II, III ZALAR, JOHN DOUGLAS Class Council III ,ff xxfige' X, Q, . S581 J jj 1 ff MLK wif If GSX, .1 M40 i rf L, :KN LR 1 1, X X K , QW L qf U i W4 UV xwf W W cg ,QU U 3 Q U Zi If 1 I X X If A I 1 if U, 69- W M My WMM ' 4, SX-QXYN f ff Q ' 'f-' MZMV 3 W W JUNIUR CLASS XX V 560152 X The many successful events put on the calendar by the Juniors proved their I lf enthusiasm and class spirit. Their first achievement was the winning of the f ticket sale for the fall play and they gained many of the leading parts in the I, fall play. Winter wonderland scenes highlighted the theme of the Junior Prom, 1 2 6 "Polar Ball." ' if " The class officers were President, Don Williamsg Lorraine Hausmann, Vice- esidentg Alan Gazzaniga, Secretaryg and Don Kellstrom, Treasurer. Dick Har- mon was the Junior Class Speaker for the Oratorical. Leading the class in the songs and yells were Cindy Robbins and Bob Sanchis. .. fi? 55? ' K lllll '5QK1i0ll?'7 -Q swiss sam X951 H1952 if-. x' . dl Pi DQN LQRRAINE DON CINDY ALAN BOB DICK 72 JUNIUR BDUNBIL I 'V .Mlm rd -v LEFT T0 RIGHT: Paula Stocker, Pat Baldwin, Ricky Neate, Sue Barker, Nancy Willis, Don Kcllslrom, Lorraine Hausmann, Don Williams, Alan Gassaniga, Bob White, Marty Huccabone, Bill Lindsay, jerry Dalton, Dick Wcdemcter, Don Kirkland. STANDING: Dale Cartwright, Bob Sanchis, Cynthia Robbins, Dick Harmon. JUNIUR IIUUNBIL ll T, Mmnasnsg fa Ll'1F'I' TO RIGHT: Jane Kavanagh, Vic Carone, Joyce Swain, Lola Pilkington, Sandi Barth, Don Kcllstrom, Lorraine I-Iausmann, Don Williams, Bill Fulton, Howard Walters. STANDING: Marty Huccabonc, Cindy Robbins, Dick Harmon. .....q l Q -., PHOTO l: Bottom Row-Helen Banos, Nancy Bane, Pamela Attryde, Carol Adair, Marsha Argenhright, Pat Baldwin, joan Alicata. Second Row-Richard Albertson, James Allen, Arvin Ahlmot, Bill Arnold. PHOTO 2: Bottom Row-Beatrice Barharino, Judy' Bensel. l Second Row-Leonard Avallone, Suzanne Barker, Johnnie Beazley. Carol Bates. Sandra Barth. Third Row-Nigel Bailey, Howard Arthur, Tom Athey, Rodney Baerg, Allen Anderson, Boh C. Austin. PHOTO fl: Bottom Row-Arleene Bestland, Roxana Bonilla, Sarone Birdsell, Joyce Benzing, Cordon Bartow, Second Row-jane Brister, Mary Ann Bleser, Marlene Bloom, Dale Barnick, David Barr, Howard Bishy. PHOTO el: Bottom Row-Bette Bunn, Joan Burgess, Mike Boston, Allen Breitenhack, Richard Bowman. Second Row-Barbara Campbell, Charlene Bunch, Charles Bisce. PHOTO 5: Bottom Row-Diane Carson, Maria Castell, Karen Cavan. Second Row-joan Christenson, Bernice Caughey, Mar- garet Castell. Kathy Champion, john Brittain, David Brown. Third Row-Andy Brennan, Bill Brumnl, Roy Bremenour, Don Broom. PHOTO 6: Bottom Row-Eleanor Connell, Joah Clark Margaret Clause, Jane Conner, Myrnie Burks. Second Row-Eugene Bumiller, La Vonne Christopherson Penny Clark. 1 x . ., t 1 OX, in s-.egs Q Nxf""'f W' Y .4-n nuff' it If.. 'iv if! PHOTO 7: Bottom Row-l'at Crane, Marta Cola, Pat Cosner, Pat Conltas, Victor Carone, Toni Coons. Seeond Row-Richard Cooper, Dale Cartwriglit, Dong Carter, Shirley Crane. PHOTQ 8: Bottom Row-Clarence Elmore, Diane Cox, Annette Cooper, jerry l.ec Davis. Second Row-john Dec-ming, Nanci Davis, jerry Dalton. Third Row-Frank Crain, Boh Dickie, Bing Clroshx. PHOTO 97 Bottom RKDlX'iN1llll'j' Dlll'lOS, Marian Didriek- son, Gretchen Davison, joan Delmonte. Second Row-Snlanne Denny, Ralph linrinas, Clillortl Drake, Lee lilson, Kathleen Delaney. PHOTO l0: Bottom Row-jo l'll'lK'llSCll, Diane liinolander, jeane Erickson, Wanda Eggleston, Stanley linston. Seeond Row-Richard Enos, Arthnt' linderle, George l-Ztheridge. PHOTO ll: Bottom Row-Carol Ford, Claudette Follett, Second Row-jim Famhrongh, james Farher, Brnre Evans, Chuck Frazier, Garv Fleer. Third Row-jim Farrier, john Foley. l'HO'l'O lil: Bottom ROW-.'xllll2lll'l' Cartlner. Marlene Fleming, Donna Fuller, Nancy Gardner, joan Franll. Man fllllllllllgil. Second Row-Pat Cogerly. Howard Cianera, hlllfllll Fulton, Doll Uohel. '1 -.-S-.-ef S-Q 'U' wr sf, xt'? ,f We-ww 16 PHOTO 13: Bottom Row-Barbara Gee, Arlene Goode. Second Row-Lorna Goss, Jeanie Goller, Sharon Garinan, Kenny Greenlaw. Third Row-Austin Garrett, Jack Gordon, Joe Gonzalez. PHOTO 14: Bottom Row-Mariheth Hillman, Donna Hartley, Peggy Haywood. Second Row-Paley Haskell, Ruth Harris, Joan Hamlick, Richard Hale. Third Row-Loraine Hadsell, Ronnie Grub. PHOTO 15: Bottom Rowellick Harmon. Sharon Hodson, Heather Hopper, Jean Hunt. Second Ron-Joe Harper, Richard Hasbrouck, Jerry Hall, Larry Heidlehaugh, Dick Hardy. PHOTO 16: Bottom Row-Ed Holt, Nola Jonas, Richard Hasbrouck, Eileen Johnson, Stexe Hopkinx, Carol John- son. Second Row-llarina Jacolmslein. Gary Hently. Nlariel Jenks, Dick Hetherington. Third RowfJ:unes Hendershot, Larry Holdredge, Don Herson, Bill Hilliard. PHOTO 17: Bottom Row-Janie Kavanagh, Barhara Jones, Patty Kennedy, Marilyn Kaiser. Second Row-Mari Anne Kitnari, Roy Huelden, Alan Hughes, John Huckalpy, Marty Huccahone. Third Row-Ronald Hunting, Robert Hunter, Michael Hosier. PHOTO 18: Bottom RowY1'at Lane, Jacky Larahy, Betty King, Susan Lacey, Patricia Lankow, Nora Lee Landherg. Second Row-James Kendall, Don Kellstrom, Thomas Jones, Dale Keith. .al l'HO'I'0 19: Bottom Row-Lloyd King, Lottann Lehtnan Sharon li. Lewis, Sharon Lewis, Beverly Lofgren. Second Row-Arlo Kent, jerry Kennedy, Carl Klietver Don Kirkland, Charles Kausen. l'HO'l'O 20: Bottom Rotv-Libby Mainland, Mary LIIICY, Second Row-Rolmet-t Klerlxer, Marguerite Manning, l'at Mclmtgltlin, Barliara Mann, Phil Knoll. 'l'liird Row-Bill Knox, Bruce Kowol, john Knox. Boll Koopang, Pat Nldiortl, Dick Kennerlxttecltt. l'HO'lO Zl: Bottotn Rott'-Roberta Miles, Carol Marx, Alice Nlcnlcl, l'atrit'i:t Menne, Willy Lztrtttn. Serond Rott'-Rosetnary Nlartinoll, Yvonne Melliger. 'liltitd Row-Dave LaNlastet', Warren LeBow, Ron Lake. Leroy l,arm'n, Bill l.atx't'ettt't'. l'llO'l'0 22: Bottotn Row-livelvit Mollztt, Lois Molder, ,janet Nliller, Karen Mooney, Georgiana Miller. Second Row-Merle Moore, Diane Morrow, Loriee Mittry. 'lliird Row-Dwigltt Liglttlmody, Patrick Logan, Bill Lind- say. l"t'etl Lesetnann. l'll0'l'O 23: Bottont Row-Tony Marius, Muriel Moxlex, Sandra Morrow, Ann Munn. A Sefond Row-Jerald Mellillett, Carl McKowan, 'l'ct'ry Mdltten. Gene Lyle, Mttrslta Murray, Site Nelson. PHOTO 21: Bottom Row-l'at Malone, Roger Maire, Sandra Northridge. Second Row-Paul MacMillin, Fred Malmlxntt, Terri' Mt'Mztnns. L a 'Mom -A ' v 5. tm., L. 3 W i '99 Q . . F PHOTO 25: Bottom Row-Mark Matthews, Helen Pan- tages, Patty Palmer, joyce Pearce, Shirley Payne. Second Row-Ken Maxon, David Merrifield, Henry Mat- lock, Verlin Mattliews, Kathy Pickering. PHOTO 26: Bottom Row-Lola Pilkington, Joanne Pritchard, Phyllis Pierce, john Metzlcr. Second Row-Kay Porter, janet Priesing, Keith Murdock. PHOTO 27: Bottom Row-Sherry Richter, Pat Rego, Rose Ridge, .Indy Raysson, Richard NCZIIC. Second Row-Gary Oilutt, Larry Nix, Bruce Nelson, Allen Murray. PHOTO 28: Bottom Row-Carol Roderick, Sharon Robin- son, Cynthia Rolxlmins. Second Row-Sandra Rolminson, Diane Ross, lotntny Pontac. Third Row-Louis Peirce. Bill Page, Tony Pearson, Basil Poixlos. PHOTO 29: Bottom Row-Gerald Rankin, John Rego, Esther Schlegel, Beulah Schulte, Murna Schieher. Second Row-John Randall, Richard Pyles, James Rebal. Gale Poyorena. joyce Russell. joene Rosso. PHOTO 30: Bottom Row-Miriam Shaw, Sylvia Schurig, joan Schweitzer, Sylvia Scott. Second Row-james Rode, David Rodriguez, Phil Reyn- olds, Rose Marie Scovern, joan Schwab, Sonia Shafer. ,-.W-will MJ ,J 'nl lv? ik tea. ,s J Gylb ,As ,- 'G' .3 .. W PHOTO 37: Bottom Row-Mary Triplett, Thomas Ward, Janice Van Devender. Second Row-Duane Walters, Howard Walters, jim Veach, Richard Valensuela. PHOTO 38: Bottom Row-Eloise YVeir, Connie YVhite, Harold Wbitworth, Sally Westwood, Richard Wedemeyer, Aleese Welles. Second Row-Gary lVhitmire, Robert lVilden, Robert White, Bill NVerner, Lynn Whitaker, JoAnne YVhitesell. PHOTO 39: Bottom Row-Nancy Witt, Patricia Whitman, Peter Zander. Second Row-Beverly Zenger, Nancy Willis, Judie Wierda, Arlene Williams. Third Row-Dan YVurtz, Sam Wilson, Stan Williams. PHUTUS NUT AVAILABLE Bob Adams jack Arntzen Richard Atkinson Robert Austin Marius Badivy Glenn Bagg Truman Bailey Beverly Begley Fred Bcnefiel Richard Bohn Chuck Boice Jeri Boring Robin Brown Robert Brown Bill Burns David Callister Larry Cardinal Pat Carnrick Glenda Catlin Betty Ann Cave john Clendenen jerry Cole Phyllis Crespi Ruth Cress Ray Cross Honor Culling Judith Cullingham Hartley Daneke Suzanne Davis Joan Davidson Mary Alice Dike Cherene Diver Tom Dodds Bill Ebert Angeline Elardo Bree Etter jim Feddema Pat Fitzpatrick joe Fox Ruth Franklin Ron French Patricia Friswold Bill Fulton Janice Gabhart Gaio Garabedian Georgia Gardner Sharon Gardner Glidden Garrett Rose Garrison Bob Gelsinger Richard Gillespie Irene Gilreath Bob Goodman Michael Gralla Martin Grassel Jackie Greene Clifton Griifith Bill Grogo Allen Hagman Joan Hamlin Pat Hanlon Conrad Hansen joe Hantman Lorraine Hausmann Ossie Haythorne Gene Head Jim Heier Darlene Horrocks Virginia Howard Joan Hudson Frank lseri Beverly Irving Ed Jedynak Jaline jewett Ronald johnson Jack jones Lauretta jones Tom Jones Elaine jungo Barbara Kisling Bruce Kowol George Labbe Irene Larra jerry' Lawson Bobby Lee Bruce Leinster Eunice Lewis Jack Lewis Barbara Lynn George MacDonald Mike Madden Nick Maithonis Bill Max Stuart Meflament Pat Mfliord Margaret Mefloy Dee MctMasters lloh MeReynolds Dave Miller Lee Miller Arlene Mureliisin llill Murphy john Moneyhun llob Morris Ronald Morris Sondra Morrow Vae Marie Nelsen Ann Nichols Jimmy Nielsen john Nochella joy 0'Donnell Nancy 0'Neil ,loan Pawnall Barbara Pedersen lidna Phariss Barron Postinus judy Ruben joan Rakey Bill Rapp Norma Regan Gale Revard Ronald Rhoton Barry Robertson Betty Roe Allan Roll Don Roosa Patrick Ryan Anthony Sakowiu Shasta Samuels Malcolm Sand Ann Sanson Dave Scheinhaus Paul Schubert Lloyd Sellers Charles Sherrod Clinton Sherrod Ann Sherwood Barbara Shultz Lorraine Simonton Wayne Sink Carol Smith joan Smith Sonja Stoekman llarhara Stone Gary Stone Ruth Strever Mary Stump Ralph Taylor Richard 'l'ash Darlene Tang Marilyn Tarns Helen Thomas Kevin Thomas 'l'od Tliompson Bruce Thoinson Pete Toby joe Tomlinson Mike Tucci Shirley vllllffin Don 'I'uzney Audrev Tuveson Richard 'l'ydinp,'s Guv 'l'ye Roh Valley ,laniee Verduin Shirley Vicario Gordon Warriek Dick Wessling Don Williams 'l'iln Wilson Elsa Winkler Barbara Wolfe Mary Wolfe Danny Wood William Woodbridge lloh Woodford lillen Wooding Dexter Woods Morgan Woollett Charles Ziert IN MEMURIAM DON SHORMANN A number of our junior I lass Died Felnuny I7 N53 Born january l2, l93fi 81 SUPHUMURE CLASS MICKEY DAN BILL MARILYN PAT Surprising everyone by taking two out of the three Oratorical events, the Sophomore Class made an impressive debut at Glen- dale High, with Charles Waite as their speaker and their tableau performers. Led by their dynamic president, Bill Pratt, the class success' fully sponsored the annual Cotton Cord Dance amidst a spar- kling and colorful circus theme. The highlight of this event was the crowning of Marilyn Mann as the queen. The leadership for this enthusiastic and enterprising group was provided by its officers: Bill Pratt, President, Mickey Caruso, Vice Presidentg Marilyn Mann, Secretaryg Dan Hall, Yell Leader, and Pat Williams, Song Leader. 82 X l I gl .J Q33 K, SUPHUMURE BUUNBIL I ROW If ROW 2-Mike Donohcw, Bill Pratt, lloh l'ct1-rsml, Mirkey 'l'mn Kvvimn, ,Izzy Smith, flll2ll'll'S VV:1iIc, Mike Logan, llenno Ludwig. janv! johnson, Marilyn Mann, Put lVilliams, Iiilllfilf Lrmgworlhy, llounzl Watkins, llorccn llcl lfium. Caruso, Calvin lblillr.-rlmrg, Dam Hull. ROW fl- snvunmnnf council II eg Q-mwqja ROW l-Ardy Gianera, Doreen Del Fium, Deane Davidson. ROW 2-Diona Russell, Leslie Nash, Pal Williams, Sandra Bradley, Laurie Langworthy, Judy Allen, Frances Hupperl, Diana Dunagan. ROW 3-Mickey Caruso, John Rountree, Bob Peterson, l-irrol Prout, Bill Pratt, Calvin Millerborg, Danny Hall. 83 A 1-vp. ff I , fy f " C 5 Z7 MEIN 5 Kmmss N1 FIRST ROW: Dianne Aitken, Pat Amick, Janice Barrett, Nan: Barrett, Glenda Avedon, Rita Aris. SECOND ROW: Jeannette Ackerman, Judy Allen, Leta Avril, Dia! Atwater, Rosemary Baber. THIRD ROW: Charles Baker, Jim Barrell, Tedd Aldrich, Jol Anderson. TOP ROW: Larry Achterberg, Dennis Anderson, Allen Anderso John Abruzee, Bill Alfson, Travis Barnett. BOTTOM ROW: Diane Bennett, Sherry Bennett, Sally Bell, I-llaii Bidnick, Betty Boardman. MIDDLE ROW: Carol Biggs, Grayce Baston, Pat Bennett, Jul Berry, TOP ROW: Lewis Berger, Ronnie Bell, Orlin Bearman, Vt Bjorlin, Roy Becker, ROW ONE: Jackie Botthof, Shirley Brown, Sandra Bower, Ju Brunk. ROW TWO: Don Campbell, Sandra Bradley, Margaret Brenna Sherry Brown. THIRD ROW: Myron Burtness, Bill Bradford, Ronald Broschins Bob Burns, John Butchko. BOTTOM ROW: Liz Christianson, Barbara Burroughs, Jc Christy, Barbara Buss. MIDDLE ROW: Marion Chuba, Greta Butterfield, Sonja Callenc Ronnie Case, TOP ROW: John Capper, Duane Childers, Mickey Caruso. BOTTOM ROW: Diane Crawley, Donna Curry, Marlene Dele Nancy Cronemiller, Kay Davidson. MIDDLE ROW: Doreen Del Fium, Peggy Cupps, Carole Dans Hargaret Corby, Roberta Condit, Cherie Davis. TOP ROW: Ralph Clark, Norton Couron, Jerry Coons, Jack Cl: Leroy Collier, Ken Christopher. ,J lO'l"l'OM ROW: Kathy de los Reyes, Diana Dunagan, Roberta ilderkin, Vicky Dutch. YIIDDLF ROW: Cynthia Dunn, Faye Efting, Phyllis Drannon, Shirley iddy. FHIRD ROW: Doug D'Arnall, Dom De Gennaro, Bob Davis, Jelladio, Roger Crawley. TOP ROW: Dave Dc-ichrnan, John Deakins. Steve 'IRST ROW: Fransue Fleming, Diane Fitzgerald, Diane Felix, Jean Isposito, Kay Flanagan, Kay Foord. HCOND ROW: Jim Dissman, Chuck llrader, Jim Drcnnan, S Dryden, Judy Ellison. pencer 'HIRD ROW: Jim I-Ibert, Mike Donohew, Bob Fairbanks, Jan bonato, Eddie Edwards, Bob Eubanks. 'lRS'l' ROW: Janet Gee, Betty Funk, Sandra Foster, Gretchen eanne Fouch, Judy Freiman. Frain, ECOND ROW: Linda Ford, Marlene Froelich, Margaret Garrett, oe Fitchcn, Carl Farrar, Jirn Foley. AHIRD ROW: Richard Fox, Jim Farrington, Jack Forester, George ranklin, George lfzisel, Ed Finley. OTTOM ROW: Donna Gerken, Virginia Gilbert, Deanne G Iarincn Greenwood, Ardy Gianera, Elaine Gottschalk. ECOND ROW: Roberta Goff, Gail Grinde, Christine Gill, ibson, Linda Gibson, Barbara Grover, Connie Gwynn. 'HIRD ROW: Kenny Ghiz, Charles Gray, Bob Gilmore, raharn. Ol' ROW: Roger Gelsinger, Gene Gilliam, Ray Green, ettuso, John Gilmartin. OTTOM ROW: Karen Hale, Marilyn Hahnlein, Nancy obbie Hamilton, Marjorie Henderson. -ICOND ROW: Beverly Harmon, Frances Hackman, Arlene Jyce Henretty, Judy Harmon, Betty Hadden, Judy Harris. HIRD ROW: Roger Hall, Gene Hand, Dave Greenbaum alpin, Richard Guppy, Raymond Hamruel. ROW: Nicky Grubb, Dan Hall, Dan Hardekopf, N ri n. higgia, Janice Tom Nick Hall, Hager, , Phil orman SUPHUMURE CLASS SUPHUMURE CLASS f fy N'-as I P' r 2: BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Henry, jane Herron, Faith jackson, Mary Lee Irwin, Margaret Jensen. SECOND ROW: Frances Huppert, Mary Hunter, Mary Ingle. Kon- stance Henryk, Marilyn Imus. HIRD ROW: Don Hoffert, Russell Haworth, Don Heier. TOP ROW: jack Hewitt, Dick Holway, Ken Hirsrht, Albert Hof- mann, james Holst. FIRST ROW: Janet johnson, Pat Keely, Kay Krechel, Edel Johan- nessen, Mary jane jones. SECOND ROW: Dale Horn, Gene House, Gerry Iverson, Barbara Kirschhaum, Lynne Kriske. THIRD ROW: Donald Hussung, Peter jamgochian, Don Hunter Larry jafkson, Lynn Howie. BOTTOM ROW: Diane Lampiasi, Joanne Lang, Esther Kroner Arlene Kuhn. SECOND ROW: Laurie Langworthy, Kay Krivor, Linda Laughlin Georgia Lariceliia. THIRD ROW: Kenny Jensen, Bonnie Kenmuir, Mary Lawrence Karen Lake. TOP ROW: Ron Kaufman, Dick Jordon, Fred johnson, jim jordar Toni Keenan, Gerry Klaas. POM ROW: Carole McDonald, Donna Lehman, Lorna McDonald Joe Lewis, janet Lindgren. SECOND ROW: Janis Lofton, Mary Macaulay, Unidentified, Le LeGros. THIRD ROIN: Shari Lord, Sandra Mdiarry, Edward LaPloun Burton Knudsen, Bill Kreger. TOP ROW: Steve Larson, Andrew Larson, Delbert Leming, Alla Langdon, Kenny Laple. FIRST ROW: anice es" er Marilyn Mann, Mary Marle Madeline Martin, st er ly arsha . SECOND ROW: I-'lo March, Darlene Mahony, Rosalie Kovac Virginia Maguire. TOP ROW: Keith McCormick, Bill Lockhart, Benno Ludwig, Mi Logan, Larry Lynn, Stewart Lerner, Ralph MCCullot'h. 86 oann Mootly, Donna Mohn. ICCOND ROXV: Molly Moreland, Martha Metzler, Marjorie Morris, 'al Moore. 'HIRII ROW: ,lntk Mtl.:n'en, Roger Mcflookin, Don Marquis. 'Ol' ROW: Leroy McMillan, Ron Mtllenry, Owen Mciluigan, Dick lancller. lRS'l4 ROW: Nancy Newell, ,lean Nelson, Kathleen Neblett, Nancy Mlerkirk. HCOND ROW: Carl Midtliore, Lewis Neiman, jun Mitchell, Greg eibert, Verlyn lkleatham. HIRD ROW: Chris Mohr, Ken Monson, Conrad Moore, Larry litchell, Doug Meyers. RST ROW: Carolee Oulette, Jan Percival, Loretta Points, ,lean opovich, Joyne Pickard, jim Nish. iCOND ROW: Walt Nilsson, Sharon Paggeot, Pat Peterson, joan ayne, Dorothy Pickston, Betty Pace. HIRD ROW: Norm Peterson, Wendell Nichols, Bob Peterson, Fred arent, jim Oliver, Bob Orr. RST ROW: I.ynn l'ortune, Gloria Restivo, Deanna Pratt, Judy eynold-i, Carolyn Reindl, Cathy Recinos. QCOND ROW: Perry l'ontac, jovce Rea, Lola RUIJCTIS, Sllfffll nyna rd, janet Postliurna. Ol' ROW: Clyde Pitts, Mike Popevis, Keith Preston, Ricky Printup, 'rry Patterson, Roy Prideaux. DTTOM ROW: Shary Saunders, Janice Rote, jean Russell, Darlene blJll'l', Margie Schaefer. COND ROW: Carole Rounds, Galina Sthepak, jo Anne Ruckinan, etcl Rosenthal. Patty Roberts. HRD ROW: Art Reitl, jerry Reed, Alex l'ypt'r, RRY Ridlafdi Iis Reiter. ll' ROW: Charles Reiling, Carl Reinhart, Steve Reynolds, john ed. e4 N 'O' SUPHUMURE CLASS wif V ,, J 5 SIJPHUMURE CLASS FIRST ROW: Sheila Shoaf, june Smith, Sheila Smith, Marilyn E clair, jo Ann Sigmond, Carolyn Smith, Dody Seevers. SECOND ROW: Chuck Rooney, Tom Ralphs, Harry Robbins, D Robbins, Jim Rippey. TOP ROW: Burton Row, Gayle Robinson, Mike Robbins, Ji Rountree, Bob Rose. BOTTOM ROW: Sheila Stecker, Carol Spainhour, Donna Sorens Dixie Stadler. SECOND ROW: Liz Stavenowl, Carol Spencer, Joan Snook, F Stoundenmire, Gayle Snowden. THIRD ROW: Ed Sawyers, Dick Sales, Daryl Schendel. TOP ROW: Don Sheetz, Tom Rowland, George Schubert, Schwenk, jim Searcy. FIRST ROW: Jane Sutton, Florann Terkla, Barbara Tinder, Cyn Turtledovc, Francine Tyrell. SECOND ROW: Jay Smith, Myrtle Stoughton, Kathrinc Tomp Mary Taylor, Dale Smith. TOP ROW: jack Sheldon, Tom Shore, Gene Sheir, Sandy Srr John Snyder, Bob Silliphant. FIRST ROW: Arlene Wyckoff, Patty Wymer, Reggie Wright, Er Wright, Nancy Zaun, Joanne Wulf. ROW: Jack Spangler, Eric Stromberg, Don Stewart, TOP ROW: Ed Stadler, Lynn Stills, Don Stitzel, Gayle Stanton. FIRST ROW: Beverly Wantz, Lynda Wesp, Lorraine Webb, Mai Van Patten. SECOND ROW: Scotty Tegarten, Marlene Vergith, Peggy Weyr Betty Voss, Ken Thornton. TOP ROW: Bob Switzer, Stan Thompson, Ken Tuckey, Larry ' gart, Marv Tucker, jim Thorp. SIIPHIIMUKARE J 'CJBLASSW' SOTTOM ROW: Jack' w'n' , c 1 wh' , Al' wh' TOP Row: P - Loretta Widau, Ann Ward, Dodnliemvzhitegm. ne me mon' Sciver, Ray Waidf Nreldncgn Rjgrizslgerifierwood' Dick Umm John van EEQOND ROW: Beth Wholey, Sylvia Whitmire, Louise Witt, Suzette BOTTOM ROW: John Watson, B b B k D W lsh Nhite, Loretta Williams. nis, Don Watson, Calvin Millerborg? Chfrlgnwazg. a Joe Mnkm fl-IIRD ROW: Steve Urban, Kent Turnipseen, Paul Wadsworth, TOP ROW: Harold Wood, G W lt K1 W h LUECM Vlau. cock, Ron Yates, Ken Withrowinahrif Wgodbiirty, fd add Gvifilsfaen Bah SOPHOMORE PHOTOS NOT AVAILABLE .GIRLS Judy Allen Katherine Banos Mary Baugham Kathleen Bleser Diane Booker Donna Bowers Carol Brookman Darlene Brown Sally Brown Shirley Brown Sharon Bryant Karla Burleson Rose Callahan Beverly Cawley Judy Clark Ursel Daugherty Dee Ann Davidson Carolyn Eddings Coleen Edwards Kay Eggers Pattv Eichler Shirley Evans Qoan Farrandl Hazel Farrington Patricia Fenton Gloria Ferree Maureen Fisher Barbara Foster Nancy Gaines Mary Ellen Gaukel Mary Geannoulis Janet Gee Shirley Glore Betty Haden Jackie Horn Marian Hough Mary Jean Hunter Nancy Ingram Joyce Johnson Myrna Johnson Loretta Kirsh Esther Kroner Beverlee Kubelek Eleanor Kunka Sonia Leean Lois Lovgren Kay Lowman Mary Lyall Dorothy Magneson Janet Mains Kathleen Martin Bernadean Matthew Sandra Miller Carol Mucciolo Grace Mueller Leslie Nash Barbara Newburgh S Lois Nichols Tillie Nissim Joan O'Brien Lois Oliphant Pamela Piersol Nelma Pike Zandra Plough Lora Pressnall Barbara Rau Lynda Ricketts Margie Roberts Margaret Ross Diona Russell Cheryl Schindel Gail Schneringer Sandra Schwartz Penny Seltrecht Rochelle Shapiro Carol Shoemaker Joann Sloan Margilou Spagna Freddalee Spooner Josephine Stabile Muriel Taylor Janet Thomson Pat Turk Frances Wooding Judith Ziegler Carole Wold Sandra Wade Patricia Walker Donna Watkins Carol White Pat Williams BOYS Joseph Anderson Bill Bayer Richard Bennett Bob Bertrand John Black Charles Borden Dick Boyer Tom Brannon Baron Briggs Jim Brown Don Budai Dick Calame Bill Campbell Connie Carson Bob Cartwright Raymond Chaplar Fred' Christiansen Dave Christman Roland Clarke Rodger Cline 5 George Conklin Jim Corson Lionel Couron Donna Nicholas QRussell Coyx Judy Nichols Dave Cozad Jim Curtis Terry Dalhart Dick Davis Pat Delaney Dick Dickover Fred Doster Jim Dove Dick Ellett Julio Figureoa Russell Fisher Bob Fitzpatrick Wayne Flint Jim Foley Bill Freeman Garo Garabedian Bill Gibson Bob Gilmore Vito Guarino Barry Harker Todd Hauser Cliff Heltzel Hugh Hohn Gordon Hoobler Dalbert Howard Brian Hudson John Jaffray Peter Jamgochian Ron Jenkins Mike Jonas Jay Kennedy Dale King Lloyd King Fred Klages George Lehman Bill Livesay Ray Lockhart Joe Lombardi Dale Love Ward Mabry Harry Mayo Tom Merrick Billy Meyers Alan Mitchell Dick Newsome Errol Prout Eddie Reebie Ray Richard Dayton Reinhart Harry Robbins Burton Row Malcolm Sands Roddy Shepard Carl Slabaugh Eddy Snyder David Sovereign Bob Talbot Rex Tanner John Thompson Steve Turner Ni , M Y, v ' a' Q, 'w"4" ' ' ,H 0 K X , " ' I 2" " f1" ' , T , A, is ' SNQQQ 5 of W Ky W Wk My 2 N My Q 1fiM M x W5 , WW Www Wgjfwf Wjzmfffwwiw W mX'9fW WMW WW , M U 90. . is . . L . ' lnivigkami. xgQQ:1A,..12..ixg.-.s.,.f ' " -1'3" f 'P ' A ' : " ,,,wjj3ff'Qd,?2Qff cluas J SENIDR HUNUR SUBIETY The Honor Society made up of students wl have achieved high grad in both subjects and ci zenship. To receive tl honor a student IIIUSI ha at least 3 A's, 2 B's, and C, not counting physim education. Mrs. Edwar , sponsors this group. ROW I-Carol Henniger, Norma Selgelid, Donna Frost, judy Knox, jack Springer, Roy Bagdasarian, Mary Ann Van Berckelaer, Dotty Kidd, Mary Coleman. ROW Il-Francine Mannix, jean johnson, Nehssa Crowley, Charlotte Todd, jane Pyle, Heather Geyer, Gretchen Hall, janet Stiley. ROW Ill-john Hales, Leroy Davis, Art Stacy, Gene Metzler, Bill Nilsson, Dennis Bates, Grif jelin. ROW IV-Mrs. Edwards, Ted Malcor, Allan Kotin, Bob Whitney, john Delbridge, joe Monaly, Don Knox. JllNIOR HUNUR SUCIETY ROW I-Roberta Miles, Patricia McCork, Nora Lee Landberg, Marilyn Tams, Pamela Attryde, Nancy R Ll H rris Diane Carson Nancy Witt Sharon Hodges Iorice Mittry. ROW II-Sharon Lewis Gardner, u i a ', . - ' . , , ,, . . No. ll, jane Brister, Mary Triplett, Lowann Lehman, Sonia Shafer, Susan Lacey, Pat Fitzpatrick, Barbara Slocum, Eleanor Connell, jackie Green, Virginia Howard, Penny Clark. ROW III-Kenneth Greenlaw, john Meuler, Bruce Evans, jim Rode, Dick Cooper, Tony Pearson, Lloyd King, Michael Rusch, Frederick Lesenian, ' ' - ' ' ' 1M .' S R Lake. Bill Max, Ronald Morris, Rodney Baerg. ROW IV Phil Reynolds, Det hc asters, on .M '- iv-- wail' 92 ASSUCIATE HUNUR SUBIETY ROW I-Esther Marshall, Jean Popovich, Cathy Recinos, Gail Schneringer, Frances Huppert, Pat Turk, Diane Atwater, Donna Sorensen, Gretel Rosenthal, Cynthia Turtledove, Pat Peterson, Marge Morris, Donna Gerken. ROW Il-Judy Freiman, Linda Ford, fUnidentifiedy, fUnidentihedJ, Roberta Condit, Marilyn Mann, Edith Wright, Martha Metzler, Joanne Wolfe, Sharon Paggeot, Marilyn Imus, Nancy Newell, Darlene Rouzer, Betty Haden, fUnidentifiedJ, Mary Ingle, ,Barbara Grover. ROW III-CUnidentiiiedJ, Sheila Shoaf, June Smith, Nancy Hall, Dorene Del Fium, Patricia Walker, Arlene Wyckoff, Diane Bennett, Barbara Burroughs, Carole Rounds, Mary Louise Lawrence, Diana Dunagan, Donna Nicholas, Linda Gibson, Virginia Maguire, Betty Ann Boardman. ROW IV-Peter Jamgochian, Clyde Pitts, David Robbins, Jerry Coons, Stewart Lerner, joe Fitschen, Burton Knudson, Bob Orr, Don Stitzel, Bob Talbot. ROW V-John Gilmartin, Larry Lynn, Allan Langdon, Mike Donohew, Ricky Printup, Dan Hall, Conrad Moore, Roy Becker, Charles Waite, Benno Ludwig, Dale King, john Butchkow. THESPIAN CLUB The purpose of the Thespian Club is to further the theater arts among high school students. Miss Underwood is the faculty advisor. N 1? .. at-we 19' SEATED ROW I-Wayne Kramer, Mickey Walker, Gretchen Kane, Leonard Avallone, Yvonne D Arnall ROW II-Mickey Beneliel, Dee McMasters, Richard Whitimire, Sylvia Haining, Darlene Spriggs Sally Pfeifer. STANDING ROW III-jim Flynn, Pat C. Maradei, Dennis Lackett. 93 Glllll KEY AWARD WINNERS - Z S f W ...,.,, S . .. 6 STANDING-Robert Bennett, Harry Robbins. SEATED-Shasta Samuels, Larry Hughes. O The Gold Key Award Winners are winners of a nation wide art contest which is judged in -C7 Pennsylvania. There were two hundred and fifty winners out of seven thousand entries. We are N very proud of the outstanding art achievements Q of our G.H.S. winners. file. WRITERS wnmcsnnv is The purpose of th riters Worksho late creative writing among those students interested. 5 1 E? SEATED-David Rodriguez, Bill Nilsson, John Mahoney, Marian Didrick- son, Mary Ann Kamari, Rochelle Shapiro, Roberta Herkin, Judy Freiman, Sharon Robinson. STANDING-Allan Kotin, Mary Ann Van Berckelaer. 94 JUNIUR RED BRUSS Wu! Wop, Lia! JOHN scnwonum .. -ff" 'ii' ,st The Junior Red Cross is one of the t h 113. largest and most active clubs in our , fs school. This year, instead of filling zu -1.36, boxes as they have done in previous years, they filled a chest of daily ne- cessities to send overseas. They also made a correspondence album telling of the life on our campus to send to another school in Wisconsin. . 'fa Q NED POWELL ART STACY DO'l-'TY KIDD JUDY KNOX ROW I-Ned Powell, Roger Maire, Dotty Kidd, Art Stacy, Donna Frost, Chuck Bond, john Schwobeda. ROW ll-Nancy Palmer, Maureen Fisher, Kay Krivor, Pat Amick, Janice Rote, Edith Wright, Ardy Gianera, jean Russell, Margaret Garrett, Rachel Shapiro, Mary Messersmith, janet Schroeder, Cynthia -Robbins, Connie Whitesall, ROW III-Gene Drake, jim Dove, Estelle Recinos, joan Schmitt, Darlene Horracks, jean Sutton, Rose Resnick, Barbara Foster, Rosalie Kovack, Mary Lou Knapp, Ruth Harris, Donna Fuller, Sue Denny, Carlee Ouellette, Ronnie Case, Dennis Tacket. ROW IV-Sandy Smith, Charlotte Todd, Carol Lyons, Sharon Nichols, Claudia Brent, Marlene Bloom, Georgia Gardner, funidentiliedj, Pan Attryde, Judy White, Roxanna Bonilla, Myrna Schieher, jane Pyle, Shirlee Bailor, Betty Voss, funidentiiicdj, Lynll Allred, Richard jackson. ROW V-Dave Greenbaum, Lionel Couron, jim Pollack, Ronald Morris, Dale Cartwright, Bill Burns, George Labbe, Gary Poyorena, Don Fitzpatrick, Barbara Ruchhoff, jack McClenahan, Gary Milam, john Neville, Louis Cossack, Alex Pyper, Lloyd Engle, Tony Pearson, Ricky Neate. 95 A CHRISTIAN STUDENT FELIIIWSHIP IILUB The Christian Student Fellowship Club is the largest active group at Glen- dale High. They have a big turn out every Wednesday at lunch time in room 109 where they have speakers on topics of religious interest. This group helps to promote friendliness and Christian principles on the campus. This year the group was sponsored by Mr. Carter and was under the student leadership of Yvonne Carr and Bob Springer. ll49!ERS!I The 49'ers Boys' Service Club, sponsored by Mr. Kienholz, is composed of forty nine members with outstanding records who have been voted into the club. They serve the school in many ways. They wait on tables at the G.A.A. banquet, do school service projects and help police the campus. This year will mark the beginning of the "49'er Award" which will be given to the outstanding graduating member. ROW I-Walt Bell, Mike Tucci, Tod Thompson, Pat Gogerly, john Delbridge, john Schuyler, Dennis Bates, ' h H I ' B c Hand, Bill Knox Bill Page, lee Joe Monaly, Roy Bagdasarian, Bill Nilsson, Bob Talbot, jo n aes, ru e . y A Elson, Doug Carter, Bill Lindsay. ROW II-Allen Breitenbach, Richard Enos, Marty Huecabone, Mel biebold, Clark Butts, Gene Metzler, Don Metzler, Allan Kotin, Art Stacy, Ned Powell, Leroy ,Davis, Bill Brum, Charles Sherrod, Don Williams, Carl McKowen, John Schwobeda. ROW Ill-joe Woolett, Pony l'earson,1Don Doly, Gary Milam, Bill Loesher, Tony Haynes, Allen Logsdon, Don Kimball, Phil Reynolds, Milton Stubbs, Dee Mclviaslers, joe Fox, Ed Sawvers, Clinton Sherrod, Bob Austin, Bill Max, Larry Nix, Robert While. A, CHESS CLUB Y 6 will 1 ' 4. f Env- - ff'f':'4't' A ' F y Y ROW I-joe Woolett, Mike Ruseh, Ricky Lesserman, Bob Talbot, Dick Metzler. ROW ,,'gg5,,j, f X II-Jim Thorpe, Chuck Reiling, Tom Shore, Don Buddi, Dick Thorpe, john Jaffray. Promoting friendliness in a group where a competative game is being enjoyed, you will find the members of this enter- prising club every noon hour on the senior arcade. SCIENCE CLUB Under the sponsorship of Miss Clausen, the Science Club has heard speakers from the various phases of sci- entific work. ROW I-Allan Rotin, Richard Tash, jack Arnlzen, Lee Twiss, Dick Th orpe, Iony Pearson, lad Sharp, Francine Mannix, ROW ll-Fred Lessemann, john Jaffray, john Mahoney, Tom Dodds, jim Rode, Cunidenlifiedj, Miss Clausen. ROW Ill-Ned Powell, David Brown, Chuck Bond, Bob Talbot, Howard Gianera, Roland Winters. I vii 'K ii .. , 97 rnntuslcs stun ff SliA'l'lilJ-Loretm Points, Kath Pickering, Linda Gibson, Kay Reiter, Jerry l STAYDINK' Mr Wadlington Dennis Bates, Dick Harmon, jerry lm ton. . i . ,- . , , Linehnn, Hugh Hillis, Conrad Moore, Roy Bugdasarian, Don Williams, l Rode Carter Printup, john Delbridge, Grif jelin, john Schuycr, jim , Rod Rodrigues, Alun Kotin, Don Budrli. Under the leadership of Mr. Wadlington and the two directors of publicity, Jerry Dalton and Iohn Del' bridge, the. Forensics Club represents Glendale High IH promoting friendly public relations with other schools. This is accomplished through the speech iestivals and contests held throughout the school year, 1 f 'uv 98 IIIVINETTES -vu The Civinettes Club, sponsored by Dr. Brown, is a group of girls promoting interest and friendliness in our high school through their services. ROW I-Carol Sparrow, Eleanor Lackner, Charlotte Todd, Jean Johnson, Marlene Bloom, Lola Pilkington, Pat Haskell, Pat Coultas, Janet Schroeder, Susan Taylor, Annalee Gardner, Janice Snow, Nancy Davis, Jean Vanderwilt, Barbara Smith, Pat Fitzpatrick. ROW II-Dorothy Mckinnon, Donna Beavers, Donna lfrost, Dotty Kidd, Marilyn Tams, Jeane Erickson, Joyce Russell, Lynne Soule, Nadia Petrushoff, Lu Ann Estes, Sharon Lewis, Barbara Sloan. ROW III-Nancy Frost, Coleen Perry, Marilyn 'l'welker, Gretchen Haller, Gwyneth Campbell, Jeri Boring. ROW IV-Janet Thorton, Joyce Swain, Barbara Phillips, Judy Snow, Marian Naylor, Bree Etter, Janet Miller, Jo lirichsen, Ann Nichols, Georgiana Miller, Sandra Barth, Barbara Campbell, Susan Lacey, Lorraine Hausmann. ROW VAl'1lsa Winkler, Maxine Wicldowson, Jane Pyle, Joan Schwab, Marsha Matthews, Judy Knox, Jeanne Schroeder, Gretchen Kane, Jean Ahell, Vivian Havens, Yvonne Carr, Nelissa Crowley, Phyllis Parent, Dr. Brown. CIVITANS wo.- re, X X Like the Civinettes the Civitans, made up of a group of boys, also do their part with their services to our school. ROW I-Bob Whitney, Dennis Bates, Allan Kotin, Bob Talbot, Jack McClenahan, Don Doty, Roy Bag- dasarian, Carter Printup, Torn Stoever, Walt Lewis, Lee Elson. ROW II-jerry Dalton, John Schwobcda, Davis, Bill Bonnie, Don Williams, Pat C. Maradei, Bill Lindsay, Larry Weber. Woolett, Clark Butter. 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Ro emurro, Roberta Condit, Pat Fitzpatrick, Barbara Campbell, Marley Schriver, Maribeth Hillman, Lynn Portune, Nancy Newell, Diane Bennett, Susan Kirby, Gretchen Hall, Mary Coleman, Kay Krechel, Sally Bell, Joyce Hiatt, Marge Schaeffer, Pat McCord, Lorna Goss, Nancy Bane, Lorraine Hausmann. ROW llNClaire Burger, Kay Davidson, Jo Ann Erichsen, Ann Sanson, Donna Frost, Jean Johnson, Trudie Leap, Adrienne Atwood, Sherry Brown, Carol Rounds, Mary Macaulay, Patty Roberts, Joanne Wulf, Sonja Callender, Virginia McGuire, Barbara Gee, Marcia Kraft, Marilyn Tams, Val Moore, Beulah Schulte. ROW IIIXMrs. Aseltine, John Metzler, Spencer Dryden, Richard Hasbrook, Lewis Neiman, Ronnie Case, John Deakins, Ellis Reiter, Fred Klages, Eugene Viau, Dan Hall, Ricky Printup, Lois Nichols, Nancy Brown, Charlene Bunch, Nancy Willis, Darlene Horracks, Myrna Scheiber, Virginia Gilbert, Janice Verduin, Mrs. Sobelle. ROW IVxRoy Powell, John Schuyler, Dave Wickersham, Benno Ludwig, Charles Waite, Dave Walsh, Vito Guarino, Albert Hofmann, Roland Wilson, Carl McKowin, Mike Tucci, Lloyd King, Bill Page, Dan Wurtz, Mike Rusch, Allan Kotin, Neil Waterfall, David Callister. ROW VxCarter Printup, Larry Nix, Jerald McDifIett, Jim Kendall, Bob Austin, Keith Preston, Bill Bradford, Ozzie Haythorne, Mike Donahue, Jay Smith, John Sheldon, Roy Bagdasarian, Tom Stoever, Ed Martin, Herbert Duryea, Fred Lesemann, Bill Boggs, Doug Myers. W IxDiane Mont 100 The object of terest ' the Spanish Club is to create an in- in the language and the people of Spanish speaking countries. I ROW lxllean AIJPII,-,!lllf'ISl'hf0l'l1!'I', Gretchen ant, ath .s -r . -- - ' ' Stewart, Lola Pilkington, jane Brister, Donna fuller, Barylaali-an.9l2t'lyp,1r,li:5rO NNN Champion, l'at Crane, Iiarhara llraly. ROW llXNanc'y Witt, Mariel ', Robinson, Gloria Tale, Alayne Slater, Pat Menne. Nancy P ' l'f'ffY, ,Ivan Hudson, Diane Ross, Linda Keenan, Ma ' ' luth Harris, Marion Didrickson, Honor Cullir laer, Sonia Shafer, Sharon Lewis No. ing, Sharon Gilbert, Barbara S aneke. ROW Vxjulio F' ' ecnlaw, Reber . Joyu ara Sn ' julks, I' ' oareh, rgarite C- - lg, Lili" II. Glo ' loan, Pe ' rgaro, t Whit' ' Hartham, Sharon nth, Loretta Fox, Kathy lllilflllflt' Todtl, Bree Etter ,jan Roberta Miles, Pat Coultas, Margaret astell. ROW llIXNola Jonas, Nancy liartlm-r, ian Leggett, Charlotte Lathrop, Mary Ann Van Bgrgk. na Abruzee, Maria Castell, Sandra Barth. ROW IVXQIO Ann ri Pratt, Barbara Wadsworth, Roxanna Bonilla, Susan Lacey, Hartley john Randall, Ronald Howeth, Clark Butts, Bill Nilsson, john jallray K c, Bob Morris, Bob Sanchis, Steve Hopkins, Ugg- MCMHMQNI phi, Rey, ' enny lolds. . 'V cbhx 5 . Q nt Yfxe ode d sl he Wocilakxilnds' . X BC' ef 5 Q0 l yb HSQY ed Ok O S90 ntl' S rt avi Orgivsxom Lailxbgiovgnd the AYS-fYXxkSeO?xe ob' xxxe V .W bi' KW we . 9 V01 gil Sui? 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E6 nl? ya, .ACC Yfagfvasgonxx Shxanna 5,009 DCUXJVY Yeo R ma ' ya l0l CHIPS ROW I-Vicki Ward, Lorna Goss, Sylvia Scott, Som Mofrow, Joan Farrand, Deanne Ghiggia, Barbara S cum, Linda Gibson. ROW ll-Margaret Perry, Ju Gardner, Annette Petty, Elizabeth Dick, Joyce Pear Sharon Paggeot, Darlene Rouzer, Carolyn Reind Diane Felix. ROW III-Carol Todd, Jane Brineg Sharon Lewis-No. II, Coleen Edwards, Francis Wo1 ing, Mary Jane Jones, Patty Roberts. ROW IV-Ela Klug, Diane Morrow, Shirley Swanson, Marsha M ray, Myrtle Stoughton, Carol Bates, Margilou Spag ROW V-Richard Jordan, Stan Thompson, Libby Ma land, Lorraine Hadsell, Gretchen Davidson, Jai Rippey, Ken Greenlaw. , ,. -.., , , if Making up the Chips Club are students whose parents have attended Glendale High School. X if X - f Q BUMMERBE CLUB 'f ROW I-Judy White, Lu Anne Koepke, Mary Lou Knapp, Rose Resnick, Vicki Ward, Sally Bell, Joyce Hiatt, Margie Gazzaniga, ' ' ' H el Yvonne Lime, Diane Bennett, Donna Beavers, Coleen Perry, Eleanor Hamel, Connie Parman, Carolyn Spillman, Ginger am , Beverly West, Sandra Bowers, Joan Alicata, Pat McLaughlin. ROW Il-Phyllis Pierce, Joyce Lewis, Joan Schmitt, Betty Cummins, Barbara Marter, Ann Sherwood, Barbara Lynn, Gretel Rosenthal, Virginia McGuire, Mary Lawrence, Arlene Hager, Jo Ann Mc- Cullough, Linda Laughlin, Lora Pressnall, Deana Pratt, Nancy Zaun, Janice Gabhart, Sharon Hodsen, Alice Menzel. ROW III- Janet Stiley, Barbara Phillips, Joan Medlock, Sylvia Scott, Estelle Recinos, Virginia Howard, Carole Marx, Deanne Ghiggia, Garie Carlander, Jane Conner, Nancy Willis, Jane Cavanaugh, Pat Haskell, Edith Akira, Kathy Robinson, Louise Roberts, Pat English, Joan McKenzie. ROW IV-Elaine Malstrom, Lynne Soule, Jeane Vanderwilt, Ann Munn, Marsha Matthews, Virginia Sloan, Gretchen Frain, Mary Taylor, Margaret Brennan. ROW V-Judy Flanagan, Robin Brown, Nancy Robinson, Marilyn Willis, Donna Stahlberg. Barbara Wolfe, Diane Felix, Lowann Lehman, Carol Roderick, Shirley Swanson, Mary Joyce Johnstone, Marjorie Morris, Judy Clark, Miss McLean. ROW VI-Mr. Livermore, Gary Hendy, Mary Coleman, Sandra Nemechek, Judy Garey, Bill Boggs, Ed Martin, Roy Powell. Organized to interest students in the various phases of the commercial field this group makes field trips to places of business and have programs with speakers from the business world. At the end of the year they have a business tea which helps place the students in jobs by making appointments for interviews. 102 H60 PER BLUBH The H60 Per" Club is made up of stu- dents who have passed three typing tests writing 60 words a minute without errors. ROW l-Lynn Woll, Beverly West, Yvonne Carr, Joan Meloch, Shirley Benton. ROW Il-Janet Stiley, Eleanor Adrian, Pat Phillips, Carol Rod- erick, Barbara Wolfe, Johnnie Beazley, Ann Hoffmann, Jeri Boring. ROW Ill-Lu Ann Estes, Nadia Petrusholf, Joan Schwab, Mike Donohew. JUNIUR STATESMEN The Glendale High School Chapter of the Junior Statesmen of America, ider the leadership of the two semester presidents, John Delbridge and John 'ahoney and the faculty advisor Mr. William Graham, they attended many gional and two state conventions working on the scale of a model legislature id dedicated to putting statesmanship back in politics. I l-Joyce Hiatt, Honor Culling, Sally Bell, Jean Abell, Vivian Havens, Mitzi de Beaumont, Donna Frost, lie White, Mary Ann Van Berckalaer, Sylvia Haining, Lavinia Lesh, Ann Hoffman, Marion Naylor, Lora- Atchficld, Judy White, Jeane Galler, Jean Popovich, Lorraine Hausmann. ROW II-Mary Jane Herron, Dclhridgc, Babs Kisling, Nola Jonas, Jane Connor, Patty Palmer, Sharon Robinson, Pam Attryde, :nne Atwood, Gwyneth Campbell, Joyce Barham,-Nancy Poarch, Claire Burger, Judy Snow, Joyce Ruck- Clint Sherrod, Lloyd King, Richard Hasbruck, John Schuyler, Sandy Larsen, funidentifiedj, Tom Ward. 7 lll-Alice Menzcl, Ann Sanson, Mary Wolfe, Mary Triplett, Carol Todd, Marilyn Tams, Marion Did- Jn, Virginia Howard, Jackie Greene, Marilyn Twelker, Kay Reiter, Arlene Kuhn, Marilyn lmus, Don ien, Jerry Dalton, Lee Elson, Bill Knox, Jerry Coons, Stanley Euston, Doug Carter, Marty Huccabone, lee Sandberg. ROW IV-Judy Brunk, Madeline Martin, Alan Kotin, janet Gee, Pat Fitzpatrick, Joene n, Tony Pearson, Jerald Linehan, Charles Waite, Carter Printup, Roy Bagdasarian, Dennis Bates, Art Howard Gianera, Don Budai, John Hales, Chuck Bond, Ned Powell, John Schwobeda, Bill Page, Ted 1, Grif Jelin, Bob Talbot, Mr. Graham, Clyde Pitts, Perry Pontac, john Butchko. ROW V-Pat Gogerty, ionaly, john Mahoney. EXPLUSIUN STAFF I l. These are the Glendale High journalists who weekly put out the "Explosion," the GHS paper. 4. PLCTURE I. Marilyn Twelker, Assistant Editorg Tom Schuyler, E itor. PICTURE 2. Lynn Woll, john Delbridge, Nancy Sprague, Bruce Shomler, First Page. PICTURE 3. john Schuyler, Sidney Gay, Donna Frost, Dennis Bates, Second Page. PICTURE 4. Russ Pratt, Mary Le I-Ieckman, Sandra Neme- chek, Third Page. PICTURE 5. Bill Knehal, john Mclntire, Tom Kennedy, Fred Brown, Fourth Page. Reporters, columnists, feature writers and staff, all aspiring to top each preceding paper, com- bine their talents to make the Glendale High School paper maintain a consistently high rating. EXPLUSIUN STAFF II 5 3. PICTURE l. joe Monaly, Editor: Mrs. jones, Chuck Bond, Asxislant Editor. PICTURE 2. Lee Elson, Neal Waterfall, Allen Kolin, First Page. PICTURE 3. Sidney Gay, john Mahoney, john Galloway, Second Page. PICTURE 4. Joyce Pierce, Mary Le Hcekman, Marilyn Twelker, Cathy Warrick, jim Flynn, Alice Wilson, Third Page. Working on page four were john Mclntire and Tom Kennedy. K l l H? 1 Many after school hours, week-ends, and even pa of Easter Vacation was spent by members of the Styl1 Staff in order to meet the deadline and put out Y: bigger and better Stylus. 1- , ',,,.fJ.5 fi " """"'r" A M' 14" ' YVONNE l.IME, Slylu itorg BRUCE SHOMLER, Pll0f0gTU1I'lETf JOHN MAHONEY, Curlnmlxg FLORENCE x-- ANUS, nl.t.fi.s!ant Editorg LARRY HUGHES, Art Editor. DONNA BEAVERS, Acfiviliesg DEDE CRYER, Plays and UOIICVPZ NANCY NEWELI, and DIANE BENNE'l"l', Soffhvfvvff Sfffffmf Pt ENGLISH, Salex Arrozmtanl. I X I Q ll 4 X 1 t L 5 '99 BOB HANGEBRAUCK and MORGAN ALBERTSON, Plzologrrmherx. JAN THORNTON, Boy.: Sfzorlxg MAR- LENE FLEMING and DIANE ROSS, junior Snrliong ESTELLE RECINOS, Fztrulty. A ' imiif PHYLLIS MARTIN, Facultyg LAURIE LANGWORTHY, Dances and Ogicers, SARONE BIRDSELL, Clubsg ANNETTE PETTY, Girls' Sportx. W ff' Pnunucrluns X X' 51 A li THE LITTLE MINISTER" This year's fall play, "The Little Minister" was a play of strong character demands, many in Scotch dialectg but it was also a play of tense action as the Little Minister tried to win the I weavers over to a peaceful settlement with Lord Rintowl and at the same time fell in love with the mischievious young gypsy Babbie. It was equally popular with actors and audience. CAST JIM FLYNN A..........,............i...........i. The Little Minister MARLENE FLEMING ....... ....................... B abbie SUSAN KIRBY .................... ................ B abbie MICKY WALKER .............i ...... M rs. Dishart JEAN ABELL ......................... .....,..................... J ean LEONARD AVALLONE ........ ..................... R ob Dow DAVE SHULTZ ................. .......... C aptain Halliwell MICKEY BENEFIEL ...,.... .............. L ord Rintowl DARLENE SPRIGGS .......... ........ M ora McLaren YVONNE D'ARNALL ........ ......................... E EIC ' ' GARY POYORENA ....... ......,. J o Cruickshank Thglgufflxzsim DON KIRKLAND ......... .................... S necky ART STACY ................... ................. D r. McQueen GRETCHEN KANE ...........i.....i.......... Nannie Webster DON NEHLSEN ....,....... ........ T hammes Whammond DICK WEDEMEYER ....... ....,................. M icah Dow I I I I , SUSAN KIRBY MICKEY WALKER MARLENE FLEMING Babbg, Mrs. Dixhart Babbie 108 II QW fic, 3 , , SCQIIG I K E "THE LITTLE MINISTER" Bahbie and The Little Minister Scene in the Hat Shop-Act I Y l ART STACY "Capt. Ettiennen Victor Herbert's operetta, "M'LLE MO- DISTE", given this year. The cast of nearly four hundred was headed by Arthur Stacy as Captain Ettienne de Bouvrey and Maryle Heck- man as Fifi. The setting of "M'LLE MODISTEH is in France of 1953. It is the story of a girl fliifij, who works in a very exclusive and chic hat shop. Fifi meets and falls in love with Captain Ettienne. "M'lLE MODlSTE" MARYLE HECKMAN "Fifi" , gi A LTL x' Yi ,f L , Mrrzl mp BEAUMONT Lois wA'rsoN NANCY 0'Nl'1IL "B""" PAT c. MARAD!-Il "F'4f"'f"'f""' JOHN D1-ILBRIIJGI-I "1"u"6 """"x' CHARLES WAVH: "fia.xIon" "Henri de B0ll'llTFyH "Hiram Bent" 41-'GT ADRIENNI-I A'rwoo1m JOANNE LE BARON GWYNETH CAMPBELL "Mmm fifrilf' GERALD LINEHAN "Na'wHe" DON N1-ZHLSEN "Mm Him" BW" JOHN SCHUYLER "Francois" "Le Marquis de Villefrunrhen "l.icut. Rene La Moll!" L W. ' .1 5 ,,. WMM WM. J fx 64 2 f' Q90 9 lll THE CHRISTMAS PRUGRAM The Three Wise Men before Herod This year's Christmas Program was again written. by Miss Sallstrom. It was titled, "THE CHRISTMAS STORY". This beautiful story was narrated by Charles Waite and Tom Pontac as the tableau scenes were enacted and the music groups sang songs of the season. Manger Scene QChorus in foregroundj 112 Virgin Mary, jesus and the Ar ,x x Q 1 1 XQUIZ, I ' 1 3' L CW X , f X' ACTIVITIES GIRLIS SIUNNI Snow I REHEAEZAN 6 M 50515 Allows STUNT PARTY O47 F E 5 K "TOYLAND"-WINNING SENIOR STUNT JUNIOR STUNT "Devils and Angels" SOPHOMORE STUNT "Slumber Party" The Girls' League Stunt Party v held on the night of October sixteer in the Glendale High School Audit ium. Mothers of the girls, the M2 Keppel Girls' League Board, the Hoo' Girls' League Board and Alumni wn the guests of honor. Members of I Hoover Board acted as judges for I three stunts presented. Following I theme, "If I Had Three Wishes", I Senior Glass, under the direction Nancy Sprague, Senior Representati were chosen as having the best stunt. usual the faculty stunt caused a gn deal of laughter. In the gym afterwards, Girls' Leag President, Sylvia Haining, presided o' the class spirit contest. The juniors 0 sang and out-yelled the other classes 3 first place. ' s. fix 5X ' -fligfy . . , - Lf,-g,,g.4fn 3 K2-55i3m3Qi,iffk' I' K mfs A , .. ,M 5v"f3'v N1 mflgf-iiiwffif jk 9 f . YI l gi: 1, gl GL '! y"'?' A Titus. .NM ill' x 'f7"'fi5-if i Vw 5? N555- Xlf eg if Q1 Attentive audienre at rlose of oratoriral CHARLES WAITE SAN DY LARSON Winning Sophomore Speaker Senior Speaker DICK HARMON junior Speaker iw 'M QM' ' X. X A, , K fx, Jia fx ni un.. .- ., - M-----i-.........,...... . vw. , , ,.-,-+q.mK....... . 1 PEP CLUB The colorful red and black "beanies" of the Pep Club was a highlight this year of Glendale High School's spirit. The Pep Club was organized in 1944 with A. P. Harrison as faculty advisor. The Club has served as a central point around which to build organized cheer- ing, card stunts, and school spirit. Be- cause of this fine co-operation and spirit, Glendale High was awarded the Foothill League Spirit Trophy this year. Football Queen Barbara Beaven and her Court reigned over the Glendale-Hoover game. janet Schroeder, Beverlee Bailor, Queen Barbara Beaven, Shirlee Bailor, Mitzi de Beaumont. 'film SIOCVCY, Presidentg "Pop" Harrison, Advisory jean Abell, Vice-President, Jerry Belanger, Secretary. ,ES QX 4 1 a GH 515: SUNG AND YELL LEADERS With a great deal of enthusiasm and elfervescent energy, Eleanor Lackner, Janet Thornton, Bobbie Bow- man, and Yvonne Lime led the songs at the pep assemblies, athletic events and parades. Precision, pep, and personality marked our school yell leaders, Sandy Larson, Nellie Crowley and johnny Hales. Introducing new yells and revitalizing old ones, these yell leaders led the student body to top notch school spirit. vvoNN1-1 JAN Bonnie sfwnv NELLIE j0HNNY SKULL BUARD The Skull Board was formed this year for the purpose of co-organization between the Band and the Nitroettes. lt is under the supervision of Mr. Wagnon and Mrs. Thomsen. i The purpose ol the board is to meet once a month and discuss the activities ol the Band and Nitroettes. .ff .T.E. UFFICERS ROW ONE-Mickey Benefiel, Ken Greenlaw, Sharon Lewis, Eleanor Lackner, Betty Southerland, Betty King. ROW TWO-Dick O'Brian, Jim Thorp, Annette Petty, Pat English, Wanda Eggleston. ROW THREE- Dick Thorp, Mrs. Thomsen, Advisor. I . 1 BATTALION OFFICERS ROW ONE-Charles Linck, Jack Arntzen, Tom jones, Jerry Erickson, Gordon Bartow, David Serne, -Bill Murphy, Ray Chaplar. ROW TWO-Calvin Millerborg, Bruce Nelson, Hugh Hilles, Ron Lake, Bwight Lightbody, Bill Max, Lewis Thornton. 120 NITRUETTES Q., ROXV ONE-Betty King, Sharon Stuart, Ann Dinsmoor lllcadj, janet Slilcy 12nd hcadj, joan Burgrsss, .Inyrc Pierce. ROW TWO-Sharon Lewis, Donna Stahlbcrg f3rd heady, Jeanne Nash. ROW 'l'HRl-Il-kMarilyn Wills, Sonia Shafer, Janice Verdiun, ,lo Ann King, Audrey Qucson, Pat Mcnnc, Sharon Garnmn, Mc-lha Gmlfrvy, Gayle Carlandcr. MAJURETTES ROW ONIQ-llclphinc Pierre Chcadj ROW 'INVO-Rose Rirlgc, Roberta Miles, Elainv Klug fflrd hcadj, Belly Sulhcr land, Barbara Clarnpbcll 12nd hcadl llonnil' Barlow, Helen Panlagcs. HEAD MAJURETTES 'gy '1 Q, Elaine Klug, Deiphine Pivrre, Barbara Campbell. Nilrozlte Director M RS. THOMSEN BAND 11,3 1s'.ig,!.?gf.I From the bass drum around-LEROY McMILLIAN, Bass Drum, DICK HOLWAY, Snare Drum, DICK O'BRIEN, Snare Drum, SHIRLEY CRANE, Snare Drum, JIM FOLEY, Baritone Sazophone, JIM DRAN- NON, Snare Drum, RICHARD MANDLER, Tenor Saxophone, DON BUDAI, Saxophone, ELIZABETH DICK, Saxophone, BETTE BUNN, Bell Lyre, JOHN VAN SCIVER, Flute, ART REED, Flute, DENNIS ANDERSON, Flute, DONNA LEHMAN, Flute, JAN PERCIVAL, Clarinet, KEN GREENLAW, Clarinet, DICK THORP, Clarinet, JIM THORP, Clarinet, SCOTTY TEGARDEN, Clarinet, BOB KOERBER, Clar- inet, GARY HENDY, Clarinet, DENNIS TACKETT, Trumpet, DON MARQUIS, Trumpet, RICHARD BOYER, Trumpet, WARD MABRY, Trumpet, NANCY PALMER, Trumpet, BURT LELFER, Trumpet, RICHARD BASTONE, Trumpet, ALBERT HOFFMAN, Trumpet, BUDDY LYNCH, Trumpet, GARY WHITMIRE, Trumpet, BILL LOCKHART, Tuba, DAVID BOYD, Baritone, FRED BENEFIELD, Trom- bone, DAYTON RINEHART, Trombone, CAROLEE OULLETTE, Alto, GEORGE FRANKLIN, Trombone, JAMES DISSMAN, Trombone, GEORGE CONKLIN, Trombone, LYNN HOWIE, Trombone, BILL WAR- NER, Tuba. Kneeling in front are-MR. RICHARD WAGNON, Director and ANNETTE PETTY, Drum Major. The Glendale High School Band un- der the direction of Mr. Wagnon, took part in many outside activities this year. In addition to performing during half- time activities at all of the football games, the band marched in the Com- munity Chest Parade in Glendale, the Christmas Parade in Montrose, the March of Dimes Parade in Tujunga, the Date Festival in Indio, the Desert Cir- cus Festival in Palm Springs and the Days of the Verdugos in Glendale. Our Band is to be congratulated on their fine performances this past year. FLAG GIRLS Francine Mannix, Heather Geyer, Wanda Eggleston, Pat English fHeadj. SYMPHUNETTES Syniphonetlcs and Qrclicstrzi are both under the direction ol' Mr. Mayer. l'l1c Syniphoncltcs is 11 more ziclvzniifeal lIlSlI'lllIlCll Lal group. Vl0l.lNS-,Ivan Nash, fl0llCCl'lllllSKfL'SSQ Ron Howclh, jcrilyn Neal, 'l'rd llruns, David Ln Mzlstvr, ll1ll'll2ll'1l lfolgvr, flill'lIlCll Greenwood, Marian Naylor, Kcnnmli Munson. VIOLAS--Hzlrlowi' jiilirlkai, Diana Crziwlry, Rohcrlzi Clondil. CliI.l.0-Sandra Bradll-y Lvslic Nam. BASS-Nzinry Brown, Crclzl Butterfield. I-'l.U'l'l'1-,lozin Srhwzih, Gwen Tenth. OBOIC-Klliarlcs Cannon. BASSOON-llzivicl Czillistcr, Viviun Hzivi-ns. Cl.ARINl'1'l'-Nc-il Hall, Lvroy Davis, Phillip Rcynolds. FRENCH HORNfKcith Preston, Bill Grubb, 'l'RUlN1Pli'l'-,loc lfilrhc-n, Ilzinny Wood. TROMBONli-l"n1lcrir'k l.c-scmznni, lfrzlnk lscri, Ned Powvll. PERCUSSION-Lzlrry Nix. 'l'YMA PANI v Bill Stark. l'IANO-Riclizlril 'l'zlsli. l.IBRARIANS-Carmen Gr:-1-nwood, Dmnan Crawley. URBHESTRA YIULINS lfznlh lznkson, IIomxcrtinistrrssi lfsthvr xl2ll'Sll2lll, l,ois Nirhols, llcrliicu- Czlllgliyy, l.ynn Stills, lfrzmk fliann-, Phillip Knoulus, I.ind1i Gihson, lfloinnn 'lrrkl:i, Russrll llziwoilli, llzllc King, llznry Minn. VlOl,Af Ronzild Mmiix, Morgan Woollcll, liditli Wriglit, llznlmrzl l.ynn, Carl Miildioiw, Nlzlu june joni-s, Cl-1l,l.0 I.lnn1li4i llim-nts, llgnhxngi K'.nnphi'll, john Ri-rd, linznn' Childers, fllnnli-x llukrr, STRING BASS Mann: Ciuslvll. Xlgilgziirl KI.lsli'll, Szlllx lirovxn. lfl.l'llifi-lnn Snnson, lili-rn johnson, Nlzidvlim' illllfllll. ,llillll Ihippq-r, lion flgiinpln-ll. Olllll' l'.llll lvillliliilllll, Alvrold Ri-rd. lil.ARlNl'illfS1IllI Nlilson, Rl1llllt'S l"1lrln'l', linnlznl Kloolv, .Iolin Nlvlllwr, lXCIllll'lll ,K-lrvlllgrw, lioh lVliitilcy:, Roller! Pulnloil. S,'KXOl'll0NPl-klinl Altmoml, Pug 11. l 'Klzu:ulri, lion Su-mirl, !Nulml1isl.iuIrh, liznon Briggs, llaniy Nlmo. HASSOON f-Riihand Ally:-ilson. l'Rl'.NiIll IIURN-Rogc-r filinr, Nirk Goltnso. liRliMPl'.l' fiom' llzind, llnrt l,4'ilz-r, lion llc-rson, lion Mzmniis, Al.1n Nlitrllvll, VV:lll l.1'wis, lim l"zllllln'ol1gli, 'l RUMIIONIC- 'limn Siwilclg Slzinlcv l",llSlUll, llzln llzlll. l'l"RlIlFSSIUN l,lovd King, john llioinpson, 'lYMl'.-XNI-llznirl llrown, l'I.-KNO--.lm-:iii Popoximh, ltd Aldrich. I23 in , ROW ONE - Bottom - Charmien Gores, Delphine Pierce, Lois Watson, Pat Mulholland, Mary Le Heckman, Ann Dinsmoor, Carole Lyons, Susan Kirb , Nancy O'Neil, Bonnie Barlow, Nancy Gardner, Lu Merrick, jackie Greene, Marilyn Twelker, Kathy Robinson, Muriel Egeland, Charlene Y Alsberge, Ann Hoffman, Jeanne Schroeder, Diane Montemurro. ROW TWO - Lmda Keenan, Glenda Paterson, Karen Hagel, Nancy Palmer, Maxine Widdowson, Charles Ziert, john Hales, Bob Springer, Russ Pratt, jack Spring, joe Harper, Richard Jackson, Jerry Belanger, Pat J. Mara- dei, Sherlene Dooley, Peri Pratt, Kay Reiter, Leona Campbell, Joanne LeBaron. ROW THREE - joan McLean, Adrienne Atwood, Ruth Marshall, JoAnn King, I-Il Mantz, Kenny Hunt, Ronnie Rogers, Charles Waite, Donald B. Cullinan, Dale Oliver, Alan Breitenbach, Dave Schultz, Gary Poy- orena, john Delbridge, Stuart Thomason, Dee McMasters, Paul McGee, Ed Morris, Art Stacy, Virginia Oliver, Gwyn Campbell, Lynn Woll. Barbara Stocker. MIXED CHURUS ,gift 5,5151 3, ,,,. riwi, ' 'I f fb "" ' 'S' HW" Y ' t Sh ' Th mas jack laraby Sylvia Scott Shirley Boice' Patty Palmer Ann She ROW ONE 4 Paula Stocker, Pat Hanlon, Donna Charnquis . errle o , ' y , , , , , wood, Maureen' Ingram, joan Rakey, Bobbie Bowman Lohnson, Diane Tennies, Ann Munn, Marforie Gazzaniga, Kathie Esterly, Jacquie Willian Charlene Alsberge, Carol Sparrow, Marilyn Kaiser, Bar ara Wolfe. ROW TWO - janet Cole, Pat McCork, Marguerite Manning, Nadine Smytl ' l R' k N t K Rein Sondra Morrow, john Benard, George Lobbe, Truman Bailey, Tony Haynes, Dick Pyles, Victor Carome, Howard Wa ters, ic y ea e, ay Barbara Marder, Marg jensen, Sharon Lewis, Gail Schneringer. ROW THREE - Frank Huizar, Nigel Bailey, Bob Memis, Steve Hopkins, F Logan, Richard Draper, Dave Miller, Dave Wickersham, Dick Atkinson, Glenn Clussman. Don Kellstrom, jerlin Matthews, Bob Sanchis, Howa Gianera, 124 IIHURALETTES . X l k i ." V? A W ff, 1? .1 R wg if ' W - ,S 1- Q2 8 l KI K ,f 3 , ' l 5 , 55 l l R f R l , A ROW lgllontrt floss llctly Rot' Ht-lvn Pantagcs. Judie Wicrda. Anita Simmons, Joan Burgess, Beverly Bflllry. ROW 2-I-lloisc Wvir, Cilml l51ll4'S' , , -, . 1 H - 5 , ROW fl-Sa l' llzirth, Sliirlvy Austin, Van' Ann Nitholx Slicrry Rit'litt'r, Put Baldwin, Dona liedcmann, jane Bljlsilf, Rlllll H-ll'FlN,..lUl'l 015011 'ml Nhm. N,-N-ll Shirlvv Viratrio Brom' litter, Sandra Robinson, Sharon Gzirdncr, joan D-lHllN0lL LYRIII ji 699. tx. 5' L 2 135, Y iff A l V 5 32. page ii L it iff- . all f 1' if , .. i f l R .K 38' x ,g 1, . I , Vik , ,kg A pk If g t 'iz ,, hi 4,1 K - ,' X x-f l A "" ROW l-I':tt Cnrnrimk, Shirley King, Johnnie Marie Bvzlvlcy, l'z1t Crane, jocnc Rosso, janet Millvr, Put Gilbert, Alito Mt-nn-l, lkulrly K4-:nu-dy, l'1it hlfliilllgllllll, I.ynnt' Soulc, jzinct lliornton, llctty King, ,loan Czillzihun. ROW 2f,lurry L. Davis, Arlo:-nt' Bvsllztlul, l':tl Coultns, Susit' lllVllll', Loriu- Mittrv, Sonja Sllblklllilll, Nancy Will, jcan Hunt, Bairlmrzx Shultz, Ilotlie Smith, -lillllfl' Snow, Carol lfortl. ROW' fl-Carol 'I'otlrl, Slit' Nol- son, Sharon Robinson, Carol Ht-nnigcr, Mzirgztrct Stcwnrt, Snmnnc Bztrkvr, Diznu- Morrow, Billlilllil junvs, lilziint' jungo, Virginia: Sloan, Moth' Moorv. l25 DANCE REBITAL fx P N "Choreo Fantasy" was the theme of dance recital this year. Each dance 1 selected a fairy tale and composed t original choreography. Period One cl as their story, "Cinderella,A" while Pe Two preferred "The Twelve Sisten "Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs" portrayed by the advanced dance c which is Third Period. Fourth Pe chose "Raggedy Ann and Andy" w "Peter Pan" was told in dance by Pe Six. The Dance Recital was under the rection of Miss Ruth Stwalley and lN de Beaumont acted as student directo S ii STAGE CREW V l-lirie Slromberg, Lee Lcgros, Tom Seidal. V 2-Esther Crandall, Glenn Clussman, Bob nks, Richard Tydings, jim Rippey, jim Pul- PUBLIII ADDRESS BREW ROW l-Dale Barney, Richard Bohm, Pele Zander, Arthur Reid, Dick 0'Brien, Al Kepler, Dirk Shafer, Bill Laurence. ROW 2-l-id Sawyer, Bob Armstrong, Larry Heidlehaugh, john Leflrr, Ray Burger, Bob Talbot. ROW 3-Woody Woodbridge, Eddy Edwards, Lee Andrews, Eugene Buerniller. ROW 4-Dirk Dixon, Gary SlfllllllUllSl'l', Lloyd Engle, Bob Lee, Don Oobel, Miss Newton, Kenny Hall, Chick Shradef-, Mr. Lziurence, Bob Hange- brauck. I27 IIUSTUME BREW Shirley Swanson, Marcia Murray, Mari Kamari. They kept the wordrohc for the stage productions R. 0. T. B. BUMPANY "A" ROW ONE-Calvin Millerborg, Lynn Stilts, Robert Silliphant, George Conklin, James Dissman, jerry Erickson, Dwight Lightbody, Robert Dickie, Dale Smith, Clyde Pitts, Steve Reynolds, Tom Shore, Bruce Nelson. ROW TWO-Owen McQuigian, john Bartoo, Basil Poulos, Sandy Piper, Tcrry Mcginnis, Eddy Bixler, Chuck Rooney, Fred Klages, Burton Knudson, Peter Stoddard, Wilbur Pfigcnmaier, Bob Austin, Don MacLane. ROW THREE-james Barney, Dale King, Brian Hudson, jerry Patterson, Domonic De Gennard, Bob Fairhanks, Martin jisher, Jack jones, Richard Mandler, Jack Marshall, Eric Borklund, Ray Richard. IIUMPANV "3" QROTC Officers on Page IZOQ ROW ONE-Kenneth May, Fred Caddick, Gordon Brigg, Kieth Bartow, Robert Winn, Kieth Parkyn, Ronald Mudgett, Thomas jones, David Serne, Robert Wian, William Wilson, Gordon Chapman, Lewis Thornton. ROW TWO-Chris Cagle, Cordon Bartow, Ronald Lake, Dennis Paradis, john Hewitt, Larry Taggart, Raymond Jones, Howard Bisby, Robert Davis, john Aseltine, Ronald Morris, james Taylor, Kevin Thomas, Ralph McCulloch, Kenneth Thornton, Louis Peirce. ROW THREE-Richard Harman, Douglas Meyer, Robert Talbot, Clifton Griffith, Terry Dalhart, Thomas Ward, Jerald McDiffitt, Russell Fisher, Spencer Dryden, Larry Collins, Roy Becker, Donald Throckmorton, Richard Cooper, Tom Rowland, Ronald Zabriskie, Robert Anderson, Hugh Hilles, William Max. l28 SOCIAL Don Wlllll2llllS, junior Class President, Lromns Cynthia Robbins, Queen of the l'olai Hall. 1.15 ,J ,Q15 , .lumun Pnom JW gigs or ,LL . V3 M With the surroundings of snowballs, dancing snowinen, and a beautiful blue sky, the couples dancing to the music of Dale Evans and his band, had a wonderful time at this year's junior Prom. The climax of the evening was when Don Wil- lianis, 'lunior Class President, crowined lovely Cynthia Rob- bins, Queen of the "Polar Ball." -uf. V my if' F- jfs, pf 9 ,J X' 2. ff ? .3 4, ' 1 e ,1 if fi X 'S a ,6 5' - mls. fl . gs. Q S 1 K mf fv a E 1, K1 5,W,q,. i Af! , 5 1 'D' . Pi .Queen Cvntliial-4Robbins and her attendants, jeanc lxrickson, Diane l',Ill0l2llKlCI', janics' Snow, Dona Ticdc- minn lllarlcnc lflcniing, and lxl2ll'll!l'lll Hi llnmn. uecn Ma BUTTON CURB Real stuffed animals in white cages, con- fetti-stuffed balloons, bouncing clowns under a red paper sky, and a host of other things that go with a carnival, formed the setting for the Sophomores' Cotton Cord Dance, "Carnival Capers." The couples danced to the music of Ted Beasly and his very fine band. The climax of the evening was the crowning of Marilyn Mann as Queen of the Car- nival, hy Bill Pratt, Sophomore Class President. rilyn Mann and her attendants: Pat Williams, Betty Funk, Joan Christy Sandra Bradley l.c:l'- Nzsl ' - i - H ' ' ' sic ls 1, .md Bury -I0 Lgwn, QUEEN MARILYN MANN THE DAD-DAUGHTER BANUUET The annual Dad-Daughter Banquet, sponsored by the Girls' League, was, as always, a great success. The high- light of the evening, which came after the delicious dinner, was the contests for the fattest, baldest, tallest, and shortest dads. There was also a prize for the dad and daughter most resembling each other. After the contests, everyone adjourned to the Green Room of the girls' gym for a dance. SPORTS ll ,A w 2 vs 'S' X X X X X X X 'X x X x Sl? X x X aj 0 XI, VARSITY FUUTBALL When the 1952 version of the Glendale High Dynamiters came off the field following a 14-6 loss to El Monte in the season opener, newly appointed Coaches Roy Vujovich and Leo Arranaga, along with all the students and fans in attend- ance at El Monte Stadium, felt that, in spite of the defeat, the Red and Black pigskinners were going to do a lot of damage to Foothill League opposition later in the season. But Lady Luck just wasn't there when they needed her most, as they went on to lose all but two of their remaining five ball games. After the impressive season opener the Dynamiters lost a mistake-ridden, 20-6 decision to the Alhambra Moors, but followed with a convincing 19-7 success over the Verdugo Hills Dons. Fresh from the Verdugo victory, the Nitros went out against Burbank in their league opener, and proceded to out-down, out-rush, and out-pass the Bulldogs, only to end up losing their third game out of four, 27-19. Huge Glenn Clussman scored two touchdowns and kicked a conversion, while Walt Lewis was out-rushing the entire Bulldog backfield 136-107 yards for a pair of the team's best performances of the season. Player of the Year 3 ' DON FITZPATRICK ROY VU-IOVICH XX xx XX x N. Assistant Coach LEO ARRANAGA After that, injuries were plentiful, and the Dynos went on to lose to the Champion South Pasadena Tigers, 6-0, Muir, 26-13, and Hoover, 26-7. On Halloween night, the Dynamiters wouldn't let ghosts, goblins, or the Burrough Indians keep them from scoring a 13-0 win, but even then, they suf- fered a severe blow when Captain Lewis was in- jured after running wild for two and one half quarters. Along with Lewis and Clussman, the team had' several outstanding backs in Don Doty, Joe Harper, Bill Lindsay, jerry Dalton, and Dave Wickersham. X W The line was spearheaded by Guafd and "Player 7 f the Year" Don Fitz atrick, and a -Lea ue Center fed gozaf? ffvgifibby jenkins. P g 1 ,Other outstanding contributors to the Dynamiter ,MEIN ' f -0 ' ,cgypQQere Ends Bill Lau hlin, ack McClenahan, QL MLK! ' ' Bob Springer, and Ed Snider, 'Fackles Dick Sales and Andy Brennan, Guards Tod Thompson, Bill f Ebert, Bill Brumm, and Backs jim Hendershot, Wayne Sink, Tom Jones, and Marty Huccabone. WALT LEWIS GLENDALE GLENDALE GLENDALE GLENDALE EL 13 ALHAMBRA 20 VERDUGO HILLS 7 j JZ BURBANK 27 gi Q f EEE: BOTTOM ROW: Wayne in , ariow jahew-a, Bruce Band, Larry Webber, Brin Waish, Ar Cha , Don Peter . ROW'. Ahan C-ananiga, Don Kemlrorn, Biik Brurnrn, lerry Do0Xey, Ronnie Grob, Chuck Snrader, Fred Brown. Ti-HRY Lewis Thornton, Marty Bnccabone, Sack Spring, lirn Hendershot, Ed Snyder, Don Dody, Dave Wickersharn, Yank Lower. 136 xl MSW! NMBPM iOT'YOM ROW. Andy Brennan, Aiien Brcitcnbach, SECOND ROW: Bob jenkins, Bob Springer, Pat C. Maradei, Harper. THIRD ROW: lim Atwood, Bob Whitney, Bm Langbiin, Don Caiiaban, Torn lones. JN 4' Daiton tier Biii Ed Deicbina Howard Bisby, jerry , lirn Yerrier, Bob Swi , Hoiiert, Bm Ebert, GL 13 137 oinpson, Don Fitzpatrick. Biii Lindsay. loc 'Yom Wait Lewis, Dick Saks, Tod Tb Konndtree, lack Mcfrienaban, n, john Watson. Robert Burns, SOUTH PASADENA 6 BURROUGHS MUIR 0 HOQVER 26 26 Bill Brunun junior Bob jenkins Senior Fred Brown Senior 5 . ' X S 1 ' s Q F 2' Don Kellslrom Iunior PHOTOS NOT AVAIIABLE jim Atwood jerry Dooley Don Duty jim Hcndcrshot Tom jones B111 Woodbridge Iumor Sophomore Ronnie Grob junior Sales N' ' VARSITY Tod Thompson x junior Ebert kg Juniar ' Q i joe Harper Junior' a , Bill Lindsav junior LETTERMEN l , Y ,,,,, ,.. junior .----, ' Senior Wait L? ' Mx Seguin: o.'5 N ' 2 j jerry Dalton 'Iunim' Senior Ray Hcnkal .Yl'IIl'UI' McClenahan Senior N sq Senior .Ya llll 0 rn 0 re' Vi ff, If 9 Hllrvzlyom junior OTOS NUI' AVAIl.Al5I,I-f Bill I,1l11y.1hlil1 Paul l.owc'l Huh Spllnuvu .lim Walsh DUII N'.l!smx 04- Swnim Arvin Chauncey Swniuf' B FOUTBAll Except for the 31-13 beating they took from the Champion Hoover Cyclones in the season finale, George McE1roy's Blasters never lost a ball game by more than a touchdown, and when it was all over they had compiled no worse than an even 4-4 record. In Foothill League play, the Blasters were in the thick of the pennant scramble right up until a minute and forty seconds remained in the Muir game when the Colt Bees connected for two quick touchdowns and the ball game, 13-6. Earlier, the Blasters had beaten Burroughs for the first time in four meetings between the two schools, 31-13, whipped South Pasadena, 13-0, and took it on the chin from Burbank, 7-0. Non-league wins came over El Monte, 18-0, and Verdugo Hills, 7-2, while the only loss was to Alhambra, I2-7. Operating from the UCLA- style single wing, McElroy had a potent back- field combination which accounted for 95 points to opposition's 78. It consisted of john Rego at tailback, Bob Peterson at fullback, Harry Mayo at wingback, and Rickey Neate at blocking back. Of the 95 points scored by the Blasters in 1952, Peterson did the most damage with four touchdowns. Jack Hewitt bucked over for three, Harry Mayo, Gary Marshall, and Mike Jonas tallied with two each, and john Rego and Jim Rebal rounded out the scoring with a touchdown apiece. The line was spearheaded by Captain Iseri and "Player of the Year," jim Rebal at guards, Bob Vahey and Sandy Smith at tackles, Gary Mar- Ebert at ends and Mickey Caruso at center. On defense Iseri moved over to left half-back, Re- bal took over at a linebacker spot, Carl McKowan filled in at one tackle, while Steve Rakisits and Bill Sharman moved in at the guards. FRANK ISERI Captain BUD A csistant Coach 140 shall andjim JIMREBAL Player of the Year GEORGE MCELROY Head Coach all IN r 5 ix l F O , rygy stys ,gg r W ml in L,Wi ,K ..LL ,S . -Seg- ,5 is fe .aa -fr, C? , WM sg 8 xl Q N' fl I Q 593 tw " wa 4 1 Q ul V14 lg , ' 5k S gig. BOTTOM ROW: Ken Hirscht, Kyle Wright, Chuck Drader, Paul MacMillan, Ricky Neate, Frank Iseri, Steve Rakisits, Mike Logan, Gene Shier. SECOND ROW: John See, Mark Matthews, Gary Marshall, Mike Jonas, Jim Ebert, Jim Rebal, Don Shormann, Ed La Plount, Bob Schwencke, jim Jordan, Bob Vahey, Carl Mcliowan, David Barr, Howard Walters, Roger Maire, Pat Malone, Dave Greenbaum. THIRD ROW: Dave Sheldon, Gary Oifut, Mac Ashbaugh, jack McLaren, Lewis Neiman, Joe Tomlinson, Mickey Caruso, George Smith, john Hewitt, Bob Peterson, John Rego, Harry Mayo, Mike Donohew, John Cummings, Bing Crosby, Eugene House. FOURTH ROW: Dale Love, jay Smith, Ronnie Simonds, Lewis Berger, Rex Tanner, Lloyd King, Tom Keenan, Ron wradiseil Errol Prout, Richard Enos, Tom Haller, Kent Turnipseed, Bill Kreger, Jim Thorpe, Bill Freeman, Wendell Nichols, ayne int. Glendale El Monte Glendale Alhambra Glendale Verdugo Hills Glendale Burbank Glendale South Pasadena Glendale Burroughs Glendale Muir Glendale Hoover -A. B FUUTBALL LETTERMEN i l ' George Smith Mike Logan Phil Ebert Bob l ctcrsou l HHITY MMO Ice Tomlinson Garv Marshall Bob Valley A Bob Schwenck Y Ed La Plount M fl r Jack Hewitt JOHN R650 X , Jim Rebiil Mickev Caruso Frank Iseri PHOTOS NOT AVAILABLE Pat Malone Don Shormann Mike Jonas Carl Mm:Kowzm Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale VARSITY BASKETBALL F i ,L Afle ny fth Y ' ,AA E ED MANTZ '- as p 4221" 1-Ar J. MARADEI Cm" 42 - Burbank 34 Glendale 44 - South Pasadena 41 Glendale 48 - Burroughs 54 Glendale 50 - Mull' 54 Glendale - HOOVC1' Glgnflalg 52 50 44 41 48 PHIL CAS'l'l,l-IN - Burbank 45 - South Pasadena 42 - Burroughs 5l - Muir 43 - Hoover 33 Lli l"' I' TO Rl! iH'I': Pat j. Marcdei, Jerry Erickson, Richard Weis, Ed Manu , Jack King, 'I'cd Pollock, jack Mm:Clz-nahzm. E i ,X ', BO'l"l'OM ROW: Mgr. Don Kimball, 'fed Pollock, Richard Weis, jerry Erickson, jack King, jack McClenahan, lid Manu, Coach Clastlen. SECON D ROW: Russ Pratt, Eugene Wangli, 'I'oin Dreweck, Tom Kennedy, jim Cooley, Sam Wilson. Rating only a slitn chalice for any part of the Foothill League championship after nailing but two victories in nine non- league outings, Coach Phil Castlen's 1952-53 Dynamiter hoopsters rewarded their backers by playing outstanding basketball throughout the season, and ending up in the third-place tie with the Burroughs Indians on six wins in ten loop starts. 'l'he six Dyno victories came two each over League Champion South Pasadena, Hoover, and Burbank, while the four losses were two each to Muir and Burroughs. The second win over South Pas put the Nitros in a two-way tie for the league lead where they remained until a heartbreaking all-43 setback to the Muir Colts jarred their championship possibilities. After experimenting with several starting lineups. Coach Castlen settled upon Pat -I. Maradei and jack lklcillenahan at forwards, lid Nlilllll at center and jack King and Ted Pollock at guards. Mant! took team scoring laurels on his 109 points in nine loop games lor a l2.l average, and was named to the all-league second team. McClenahan nailed down a ltrst-team spot on the all-lfoothill League five. Although not scoring as frequently as some others on the squad, Guards jack King, Dick XVeis, and led Pollock deserve singular recognition. King was one ol' the best rebounders in the league, while Weis, hampered by illness throughout most ol' the season, was a lop ball handler. Pollock alternated between guard and center, and continually sparkled on both ollense and defense. Others who were instrtnnental in the Nitro's flag drive this past season were jerry Erickson, Maradei's sub and an alert ball handler. Gene Wanglie. a ball-hawking guard, Sam Wilson. a good shot. and -lim Cooley, a fine floor-man. l 144 an Y' Sf 4- 5 I Q ' 5 T A' F. ,af ,a j .- .- .af '- -' ..: ,f-455.1 J. 5 , , 5. 'T 4,3 mf' B BASKETBALL 135 V at JOHN MclNTlRE Player of the Year Des ite 'tn unimpressive eight -P ' ' -- . wins in all of their I9 hall games, GEORGE MCELROy George INlclilroy's Blasters went Condi all Olll in every game and lost some real tough ones. In loop play, they were good for a trio ol' wins against seven setbacks, hut again, as some of the scores indicate, the record is not a true indication ol' their worth. ,, ED HOLI Although they lost hoth games to the co-Champion Hoover Cyclones, it was after a lierce struggle each time that they hnally lost out, XVith Captain lid Holt and Dick Kennerknecht tying it up as the third quarter got under way, the Cyclones caught fire from then on, and went Captain ahead to coast in 45-35. Holt. who led the Blasters in Foothill League scoring with 95 markers second Cyclone struggle with H digits, only to see his team Sllllmll to a wild fourth quarter scoring barrage, in l' l ll itscored 2010 'ind lose the hall game 48-43 It was the same story in and a 9.5 average, also set the pace in the hoth South Pasadena w uci tiey were ot . - , . . t , . games which ended at Other sethacks were to Burroughs 68-50 and Burhank 70-56. League wins came twice over Muir 'l2A36 and 56-42, and once over Burroughs 48-42. Along with Holt, "Player of the Year" john Mclntire, who tallied 81 points for an 8.1 average in loop play, Dick ' ' ,' . 1 ' ' Y . , 1, , . - . f Keiuierknecht, Boh Peterson, and Bill Higley rounded out McElroy s Sldfllllg ine. Others who saw a good share o the action include Bud Taylor, Larry Mitchell, Dave Barr, Fred Malmhutt, Dick jackson, .joe Tomlinson, and Lynn Howie. BOTTOM ROWV-Mgr Roger Nlcfookin larry Mitchell Bud Tiylor Ed Holt Bob Peterson ' ' .-.. . , Q . ' ' ., 1 3 A , V - ,Q , ' ' : , john Mclntire, Dick Kennerkiechl, ROW-joe Tomlinson, Fred Mahhutt, joe Miskinnis, Lynn Howie, Bing Crosbvl Bill VARSITY TRACK PHIL SHIPP BILL LOSCHER Field Captain Track Captain LEAGUE B0-CHAMPS The Varsity track and Held team began the 1953 season with a bang as its members won every practice meet against strong competition, seemingly with little effort in most instances. Rapidly improving times, heights and instances characterized their later progress, as the Dynos went on to capture Glendale's rightful share of honors in regular and post-season contests. Outstanding for the Varsity were the distance runners, Clark Butts and Dick jackson in the mile, and Pat Logan and John Schwobeda in the half-mile. ack King, along with Bill Loscher and Ed Snyder always turned in fine per- ormances in the quarter-mile. Mainstays in the hurdles were joe Woolett, John Hales, and Jerry Dalton. Dave Wickersham, Marty Huccabone, Dave Merrifild, and Jack King ran fast times in the sprints. Stuart Thomason, who also performed in the 220, teamed up with Bill Laughlin to win many pole vault competitions. Phil Shipp, Bill Lindsay and Herb Duryea did the honors with the twelve pound shot while jerry Dalton and Bill Higley starred as varsity jumpers. BOTTOM ROW-Dave Wickersham, Dave Merrifiel, Ronald Hunting, Clark Butts, Richard Jackson, john Galloway, Bob Perry, Stuart Thomason, Bill Lindsay, Phil Shipp. SECOND ROW-Walter Bent, Don Knox, Herbert Duryea, John Schowbeda, Jerry Dalton, Marty Huccabone, Bob Whitney, John Hales, Bob Burns, Bill Knebal, Fred Brown, Bill Higley, Don Underwood. THIRD ROW-Tom Hall, Jim Allen, Joe Woollett, Bill Laughlin, Bill Loscher, Jack King, Ed Snyder, Bill Pratt, Bruce Hand, Don Sloneham, john Watson, Pat Logan. B TRACK Outstanding among a highly successful group of B trackmen was Tod Thompson, shot-putter. While breaking records of some sort at nearly every meet in the weight event, Tod also ran a stretch on the relay team. In the sprints, it was a banner year for sophomore Mike Logan and junior Morgan Woollette. The middle distances were taken by fast moving runners, Tom Merrick, jack Hewitt and Clinton Sherrod, whose twin brother, Chuck, placed as performer in the hurdles. Walt Lewis, ex-quarterback, im- proved steadily in the hurdles throughout the season. Walt Sandt, Ron Simonds and Fred Pohl were the magic combination that often took honors in the pole-vault. joe Tomlin- son and jim jordan held down the high-jump spot. These boys rounded out a line group of B track athletes who competed successfully in a banner season under the watchful eyes of Head Coach Lon Graf and his very able as- sistant, Roy Vujuvich. GARY MARSHALL TOD THOMPSON Track Captain Field Captain LEAGUE CHAMPS BOTTOM ROW-Tod Thompson, Mike Jonas, Kenny Hurst, Jack Hewitt, Bob Kirber, Keith Murdock, Tom Merrick, Garry Marshall. SECOND ROW-Clinton Sherrod, Don Williams, Richard Enos, Dave Sheldon, Chuck Sherrod, Kenny Maxon, Bill Werner, Roger Maire, Walt Sandt, Gary Hendy. THIRD ROW-Morgan Woollett, Fred Pohl, Ron Simonds, Joe Tomlinson, Paul Schubert, Mike Logan, Chris Woodbury, Chuck Drader, John Rego, George Etheridge, Walt Lewis. DALE HORN DICK HALLOWELL Field Captain Track Captain B TRACK As in the past two years, Dick Hollowell paced the 1953 C Track Squad with wins in the hurdles and pole vault. High jumper, Charlie Kline, turned into a surprisingly creditable broad jump artist while still taking firsts in his old specialty. Kyle Wright and Alan Mitchell scorched the cinders with their times in the middle distances. Names in the C win column for GHS on many occasions were Dale Horn, shot- putter and Don Sheetz and Dan Wertz, ,pole vaulters. Although they dropped one practice contest, the Cees steadily improved and were a formidable match for all local schools fielding a featherweight team. They placed several men in post season contests, and wound up in the top of the Foothill League pile. LEAGUE CHAMPS BOTTOM ROW-Dick Hallowell, Ellis Reiter, Kyle Wright, Alan Mitchell Harry Robbins Louie Neiman W Bob Newby, Eugene House. SECOND ROW-Donald Sheets, Gerald Kl ,D W T ' - A Drennan, Dale Horn, David Callister. aaa, an ern' om Kenman' Klm -1 fn K :sg -1 Af i E f 5 1 ,S 2 zfggf' , h,. "..lf'. H ff'-',,nLil7,:.t . - 9 19 ,K S f -1 A -12 . .... Q, ., N - - 2 , .i .jg A A A A.,,. 1, ' vm fd Q- ,. Q' ENN V MN! ' 251: 155, vw , .Q Q - vwlmff 4 K . . W S s -9 3 Q A Q 2. W 3 lb if Q. BRUSS CUUNTRY 4- fy il! , C ig, C' x C ' N ' ,.: : . tv 5- QVSN D413 -sm A ix YN UAL ,f .X PW" ta ,mg 'UA H K. it., , wr, ,Mi BOTTOM ROW: Conrad Moore, Ray Green, Don Kerber, Gary Hende, Clint Sherrod. Keith Murdock. SECOND ROW: Don Knox, Don Underwood, jim Hall, Clark Butts, Chuck Sherrod, Richard jackson, Pat Logan, Robert Newby, Ron Hunting. 'Rst , GULF llO'l"l'OM ROW: Fred Parent, Baron Briggs, Don Gobel. SECOND ROW: Coach Jack Gaines, Dexter Wood, Bill Laughlin, jerry Steelsmith. THIRD ROW: Ossie Haythornc, Grilhn jelin, jim Kendall, Henry Mohr, Mike Madden. Tony Marius. l5l J V BASEBALL So far this year, the JV team has played only three games, winning two of them. Dick Sullivan, who occa- sionally pitches for varsity, pitched a one-hitter against Marshall, resulting in a 2-0 victory for the Nitros. They also played Hoover, winning once and losing once. Prospects for next year's varsity are shaping up and this outfit is expected to win the rest of their games. LEO ARRANAGA Coach iii A '49 i BOTTOM ROW: Larry Mitchell, Doug D'Arnal1, Jay Kennedy, Bill Ebert, Ray Schulke. SECOND ROW Russ Barnsdale, Joe Miskinnis, Earl Prout, Bill Brumm, Bob Vahey. THIRD ROW: Bill Fulton, Bing Crosby Gary Portello, Jack McLaren, Dave Robbins, Bill Roundtree, Dick Boyer, Bruce Leinster, Don Watson FOURTH ROW: Sam Wilson, Alan Gazzaniga, Fred Johnson, Ned Van Rensselaer, Arlo Kent. VARSITY BASEBALL Prospects of a winning season for Bud Teachout's Dynamiter baseballers looms bright as the 1953 Stylus goes to press. Despite a mediocre non-league record of five wins and six losses at this writing, the Nitros look like a fairly solid ball club with exceptionally line itchin . lgob MgReynoIds, one of Coach Teachout's three front-line pitchers, hurled a no-hit, no-run ball game against Pasadena's Bullpups, resulting in a Dyno victory, 2-0. Bob jenkins shut out the Cathedral Phantoms 6-0 while allowing but two base-hits. jenkins and McReynolds also combined talents with Dick Sullivan for two more shutout wins over Alhambra and Cathedral by scores of 2-0 and 7-0. Spotty hitting seems to be the main weakness thus far, but in several instances the Dynos have shown plenty of power at the plate. At this early date, a set starting lineup is still a question mark as Jenkins and First Baseman Ed Holt are the only returning lettermen, but several newcomers are showing great promise and should strengthen the attack considerabl . A tentative siarting nine would probably have Wayne Sink behind the bat, Holt on 'iirst, Ted Pollock at second, Jerry Erickson at third, Dan Staniec at short, Jack Mc- Clenahan, Harry Mayo, and joe Harper in the outfield, with either Jenkins, McReynolds or Sullivan doin the itchin . Others whogcouldJ 'ust ai well be starters as the ones named above are Catcher Dick Sales, Infielder-Outlieldler Mickey Caruso, and Outfielders Bob Berryman and Sandy Larson. BUD TEACHOUT Coach BOTTOM ROW: Ted Pollock, Harri Mayo, jerry Erickson, Mickey Caruso, Bob Berryman, Bob Jenkins, Sandy Larson. SECOND ROW: Mgr. arry Lynn, Bob Mckeynolds, Dick Sales, Wayne Sink, Jack McClena- han, Dan Staniec, Ed Holt, Dick Sullivan, Mgr. George Fasel. 153 VARSITY TENNIS BOTTOM ROW: Tom Dodds, John Tonoyan, jim Cooley, Carl Mcliowan, Dick Hasbrouck, Tom Athey. 1 Bill Bw. SECOND Row: Roy Basdmrian. V JG 5 ,Z iq Qi, xff G.A.A. BUARD I The Girls' Athletic Association has participated in many activities during the past year and through hard work and loyalty has developed . . 1 a greater spirit of co-operation and understanding between teachers ant students. The Girls' Athletic Federation Convention is held annually so chools in Southern California may get together and discuss just what each school is doing, and by this be able to improve that delegates representing all s on their own Alma Mater. The G. A. A. has gone to a number of playdays including Monrovia- Duarte Glendale College and Burroughs. Glendale also sponsored 11 wondeiful playday where our girls made a good showing in all the sports, especially in basketball. 156 BOTTOM ROW 4 Cynthia Robbins, Son Leader, jeane Erickson, Song Leader, Annetl Petty, Yell Leader. SECOND ROW - Mike Barney, Yell Leader, Goene Rosso, Volleyba Manager, Yvonne Carr, Paxt President. THIR ROW: Pat Fitzpatrick, Sports Chairman, Jud Knox, 3rd Vice President, Shirlee Bailor, 1 Vice President. FOURTH ROW: Patti H5311 Dance Representative, Georgiana Miller, Baske ball Manager, Bonnie Kenmuir, Soplmmm Representative. FIFTH ROW - Dolty Kid4 Prexident, jane Pyle, 2nd Vice President, Bel lah Schulla, Tennix Manager. SIXTH ROW Barbara Campbell, Badminton Manager, Ro Ridge, Nitroette Refnrexenlative. DOTTY KI DD President JANE PYLE Prexidenl BOTTOM ROW-Shirlee Bailor, Song Leader, jr-net Schroeder, Sung Leader, Annette Petty, Sullbull Manager: Sherry Bennett, Volleyball Manager. SECOND ROW-Lynn Portune, Bax- krllmll Managerg Mikell Barney Lvl. Vin: Prui- rlrnl. THIRD ROW-Honor Culling, Dante Rr'11rr.wntaIirfe: Sharon Lewis, Nilroelle Repre- trnlulirfrg Donna Tiedernann, Sportx Chairman. FOURTH ROW-Marley Shriver, Yell Leader, Maria Castelle, Badminton Managerg joene Rosso, irrl. Vin' Prrvirlenl. FIFTH ROW- Pat lfillllillflfk, 21111. Vire l're.videntg Bregetta litter, Yell l.e1uler,' Dolly Kidd, Prnt l're.ridrnlg lane Pyle, Pfexizlenl. G.A.A. BUARIJ II The girls have come out the last semester with more enthusiasm. On Mondays they turn out for Badminton, Nitroettes and Baseball. On Wednesdays there is Basketball, Archery, Dance and Volleyball. On Thursday night there is Tennis. Also on Thursday there are Posture Exercises for any girl who feels she needs it. The G. A. A. was organized in about 1926. At that time there was only a sports club. In 1946 Mrs. Seiler started the Nitroettes club. Shortly afterwards Miss Stwalley started the Dance club. Q .li 5 .,-.. 1, ki ,, -.fp a...Q ' - - ff? ..!irww,,.'t'x'g is ..... , 1,5 .fazpa we -- eh Z2 ,,,.xg.,.-germ ,, . V , . ,, 1- .1?1s'5f:.fs-21' ... .. -J' wflmiis,-.15 -3127" .'-iam' fm' . fi .. 157 NITRIJETTES BOTTOM ROW: Francine Manix, Sharon Stewart, Betty King, Janet Stiley, Wanda Eggleston, Joan Burgess, Gayle Carlander, Donna Stahlberg. SECOND ROW: Ann Dinsmore, Patricia Menne, Melba Godfrey, Joyce Pierce, jo Ann Whitessell, Barbara Campbell, Rose Ridge, Helen Pantages. THIRD ROW: Yvonne Lime, jean Nash, Delphine Pierce, Elaine Klug, Bonnie Barlow, Kay Wills, Sonia Shaffer, Betty Sutherland, Roberta Miles, Janet Priesing. G. A. A. ACTIVITIES A, .4 A 5, , 3 ii: ,Awe teas 94 L",-f A-.-.....,..- .- S In ng' .Q5'lQ IK!! 3536 I. it ...X 'S- Sceues taken from play days, after school activities, and from their formal installation of officers. 158 DANCE CLUB . , 1 H . - ., . - A ' I B0'I"l'0M ROVVvHonor Culling, Sharon Hodson, Pal Coultas, Marjorie filllllllllgil, Susie Taylor, Patti Heath, Mary Coleman, Barbara jones, Mary Aim Van Berrkelaer, jan Permiial. SPCOND ROWfNaniy Gardner, Marian Didrickson, Linda Wesp, Sharlbn Paggeot, Peggy Haywood, Kaye Porter, Nano Hall, llietal Rosenthal, Penny Clark, Sandra Barth, Sandra M'orrow. THIRD ROW-Annalee Gardner, I.ola Pilkington, Marlene Bloom, Kitty Banos, Linda Laughlin, Diana Dunagan, Susan Kirhy, Carmen Greenwood, Sandia Northridge. I-'OURTH RCNV-jafkie WVillams ' " ' ' ' " " ' ' . ,loyu Swain, lui lratt, Diane Morrow, joan Small, Diane Crawley, Kathy Pickering, ,lean Van Der lVilt, Molly Moreland. l"llf'l'H ROXNP Marilxn llllllS, lNlargarel Jensen. SENICR SPORTS CLUB l B0'l"l'0M ROVV-Carol Hill, Elaine Fisher, Mikell Barney, ,lane Pyle, Yvonne Carr, Barhaxa Wadsworth. SECOND ROW-Annette Petty, Gloria ADFIXICP, Avelvnn Smith, Margaret Perry, Muriel ligeland, Beterlv Iford, jane Higley, jean lferrero. THIRD ROWfDotty Kidd, Elaine Klug, jean Nash, ,lanel fsmliroeder, Shirlee Bailor, I.oralee l.itehtield. l5fl JUNIUR SPURTS CLUB BOTTOM ROW-Betty Ann Cave, Jane Brister, Bregette Etter, Janet Miller, Nola Jonas, Ann Nichols, Shirley Crane, Barbara Lynn, Judy Keller. SECOND ROW-Maria Castelle, Pat Fitzpatrick, Marley Shriver, Libby Mainland, Muriel Jenks, Elsa Winkler, Pat Crane, Donna Shepherd, Pat McLaughlin. THIRD ROW- Donna Fuller, Jeane Erickson, Donna Tiedemann, Joan Delmonte, Jo Erichsen, Charlene Bunch, Pat Haskell, Evelyn Moffat, Judie Wierda, Virginia Sloan. SUPHUMURE SPURTS CLUB BOTTOM ROW-jean Popovich, Donna Sorensen, Marjorie Henderson, Nancy Newell, Darlene Brown, Lynn Portune, Phyllis Drannon, Joanne Lang. SECOND ROW-Janet Thomson, Barbara Kirschbaum, Carole ' ' N Zaun, Edith Wright. THIRD ROW Rounds, Linda Rickets, Arlene Klun, Ann Ward, Delores Seevers, ancy -Barbara Buss, Margaret Garrett, Mary Lee Irwin, Bonnie Renmuir, Lois Nichols, Carol Biggs, Pat Bennett, Karla Burleson, Sherril Raynard, Diane Bennett, Gretchen Fram. 160 K x X w ,1' fl iYQ!!!!Q1Qu11ll!!Q1Iw K? 9- Q95 p 1' 1' f Q Q-, -1 Xiu QM., my Q x a, av A Y' , uf ,1- E QT 8 r r s. 5-fa E' Y E, w F f ,-, 2: .j 'E Yr.: , sk f, ., t . ja , rv ? F' u u' f rg' E. '- E 1 'F- L f' vf':.'.'- Q .Q K. Pg' 'Eff X.. 3- ., ,J Q3 4? F ga . , fl ft ,uri A, ' La, W , . :T I 1 P' -JH' . SMR mw QL: ,S 4.55, ,Ei 'gi I yvonms lime ' ' " annelte petty 1 SEZ-Ra gg? ,swift x , in we K ml Rx 5 ' X it 'IL ' A i 'X K Q 'F Q ff K 1 E5 . J gg, 9 A1653 x x RW de de C7107 sd mantz .g-gsgrgys-::, ' 1 , : 1 ,QQ W. ,,,, . ,:', -V V , 5 Q - f K 1, ,Q. mm .,-..i ff LQL, ag. ,-,,1 5, 13 .. :,, H 305' p03'0""a donna beavers .Q ,lg Mx mary coleman lllffy janet thornton s S E diana bennett yoycc barham sheflene dooley bud fehzlka 162 barbara stocker - in 5, 4 , 1, r ASSEMBLIES l'uI11l' Ilglll l'cnguim Vimix mul .Xl -lmw lluponl mul 'IPI' l,llllIlN .Ximlu :uni Lmli Onvgul Plzly "RHI czllllllllilillfi "Il:nlvm lfu1u"' -'mu' Sunil: :mil thc '4K.11ufl4lx1" KAI? :ami lillix Rt'iIl'l' "I'hc' Rmnl KQIIIIILINIIIUIIH Izxfllnllgn' Llulm Lulu .Xxs:n1'cls. john SKIIIISICI, ,lurk Springcr, Roy lislgrlgxxxlrizm, jack Slbl'illQl'l' won thc' trip lo XV3lNllilIglUll, ILC. I Another gray hzxir for "Pop" TEACHERS Mrs. Kiuwiters 'facts of life." Mrs. Blaickhurn picks on 'r:m. GUARD But Mr. Hewitt QQ' W ' oi A Q0 In , V0 5,1 I GG- gb. 164 WX. 'MUIIND WW 16 ' R550 C 'lg,V "' ES, .ucx mlm? . V... .., 5- ,fuk .cv ' X gow 9 Ae Q' T W YUU NAME IT A Capella ..................... Activities Division .............. Administration ........................... Administration Division ...... . Art Faculty ............................. . Band .,.................................... B Basketball ......... Chess Club ..................................... . Bam Dance ......... B Football ................... Boys' Glee ........................ Boys' League Board .......... Boys' P.E. Faculty ........ B Track ........................ Cabinet I ................. Cabinet I1 .......... Chi s Christmas Program ............ chfl1ti5H"'siL'5EHI"FEiil5k2Siii'f5ffQffQ .... I Chorallettes ...................... Classes Division .......... Civinettes ................... Civitans ................... Clubs Division ............ Commerce Club ........... Commerce Faculty ........ Costume Crew ................ Cotton Cord... .......... C Track ..................... Cross Country ......... Dance Club ............... Dance Recital ........... Dances Division .......... English Faculty .......... Explosion I .................. Explosion II ......... Fal Play ....................... ...... Forty-Niners ............................. . Forensics Club ............................... . Foreign Language Faculty ......... ..... Football ...............................,..... .... French Club .......................... GAA Activities .......... GAA Board I .................. GAA Board II .................... GAA Division ........................ Girls' League Board I ........ Girls' League Board II ...... Girls' P.E. Faculty ............ 124 113 6 5 11 122 146 132 140-1 124 20 8 148 14-15 16-17 97 102 96 112 125 23 99 99 91 102 12 127 131 149 151 159 126 129 12 104 105 108-9 98 98 11 104-5 100 158 156 157 N 155 18 . ,. ig Golf ......................................... . 151 Half-Time Activities .......... . 120 Home Economics Facultyi. - 12 Honor Society .............. :L ........... ..... 9 2-3 junior Class ............................ .... 7 4-81 junior Council 1 Il .......... . ' 73 junior Ollicers...gL2 .............. . ,- 72 junior Prom .................... . if 130 junior Red Cross .......... g 123 Junior Sports Club ........ DEX Junior Statesmen ......... 103 JV Baseball ............... 152 JV Tennis ................ 155 Latin Club ................. 100 Lettermen Varsity ......... 138-9 "Little Minister" ..,..... 108-9 Lyric Club ..................... 125 Majorettes ......................... 121 Mathematics Faculty .......... 7 Lettermen B .............................. 142 Mechanical Arts Faculty ........ 9 Music Faculty ........................ 8 Nitroettes ........................... 158 Operetta .................... 110-ll Oratorical Contest ........... 116-7 Orchestra ............................ 123 Organizations Division .......... LSL P.A. Crew .............................. 127 Poms .....................,............. 121 Pep Club ............................. 118-9 Productions Division .......... 107 R.O.T.C. ........................... 128 School Scramble ........... 161 Scramble, Babies ........... 162 Scramble, Assembly .....,... 163 Scramble, General ........ 165-6 Scramble, All Class ....... 90 Science Club .............. 97 Science Faculty .......... 7 Senior Activities ........... 49-71 Senior Sports, Girls ......... 159 Seniors ........................... 24-48 Skull Board ................... 120 "60 Per" Club ................... 163 Scramble, Teachers .............. 164 Social Science Faculty ............ 8410 5 'Sophomore Class, ...................,.,, -89 3 p omore Council I 8: II ...,.... 88 Sophomore Ollicers .................. 82 Sophomore Sports Club ........ 160 Spanish Club .......,................ 101 Sports Division ................. 133 Stage Crew ......................... 127 Student Bank: ...................... 21 Student Congress I-II ........ 22 Student Court ................... 21 Stllnt Party ................ ......... l 14-115 Stylus Staff .............. 106 Symphonettes ........ 123 Thes ians .................. 93 Traclz Scramble ......... ..,.... 1 50 Varsity Baseball ......................,... ......... 1 53 Varsity Basketball .......................... ......... 1 43-144 Varsity Basketball Scramble ....... 145 Varsity Football Team .............. ..... 1 36-7 Varsity Tennis ........................ 154 Varsity Track .......................... 147 World Friendship Club ........ 101 Writers' Workshop .........,.... 94 8 F..-h f Y. . 1 f - , , . ,fl 1 A, - ' I. x - .QQ w n , J - 0 ' ' ! up 1 my w 'Q - +' 1 M 3 . 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