Glendale High School - Stylus Yearbook (Glendale, CA)
- Class of 1957
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The '57 Sfylus Sfaff presents the 1957 Stylus
Glendale High Schdol, Glendale, California
Joan Spelgarfi-Edlior, Mr. W. B. Graham-
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A MODERN SCHOOL IS COMPLEX. IT TAKES MANY PEOPLE "5 A A
DOING MANY JOBS TO FULFILL :Ts PURPOSE:
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, Exchange students Gisela Scholz from Frankfurt, Germany, and Tony 'Vclladcs from Lisbon, Portugal.
K F HE STYLUS PRESENTS A PHOTOGRAPHIC RECORD
W-.rl OF A YEAR AT AN AMERICAN SCHOOL: L L
Glendale High School, Glendale C lifOrniOu
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We share the nation-
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overloaded buses and
crowded ca felerias.
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ADMINISTRATION ........., .. 8
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FACULTY ....... ....
UCUS On the FOUL' Phases
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JUNIOR CLASS ..... .... 6 o -,EL
I SOPIIOMORE CLASS ....72
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Q'-Rf.gb1,,S GIRLS' LEAGUE
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FOOTBALL . . .
BASEBALL . . .
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ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, AND THE THREE CLASSES - WORKING AND
PLAYING WITH THE HARMONY THAT MAKES THE THREE SHORT YEARS AT
GLENDALE HIGH SCHOOL A MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE.
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Aclministrati n ......
MR, DONALD T. GOLDER
Mr. Golder chars with a G.H,S, student
during the course of a busy day.
With The 1957 school year compleled, Mr. Gololer looks back on his league of aclminis-
frafors, Helping him with The many probleme of school operation were Mrs. Dorothy
Jackson, Mr. Bill Murphy, Mrs. Leona Newell, Mr. Harry Beck, and Mr. Ted Andrews.
Mr. Gelder relaxes in The company of his
wife after a busy clay at school.
MRS. DOROTHY JACKSON
Assistant Principal for Instruction
MR. WILLIAM MURPHY
Assistant Principal tor Student Relations
Student instruction, relations, counseling, and attendance
were administered by these tive otticers. Some new to their
work and others experienced hands, each shared in the im-
portant management ot the G.H.S. campus.
MRS. LEONA NEWELL MR. HARRY BECK MR. TED ANDREWS
Girls' Counselor BOyS' Counselor Supervisor ot Attendance
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Row I: Mrs. Alice McDonald, Miss Nyla Chapman, Mrs. Naomi Blackburn, Mrs. Georgia Wood-
ward, Mrs. Leona Newell. Row 2: Mr. Harry Beck, Mr. Philip Castlen, Miss Ruth Starr, Mrs. Hilda
Jones, Mr. Freeland Templeton, Mr. John Key, Mr. Reese Anderson.
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Mrs. Mabel Ganz, Mr. Ted Andrews,
Row 1: Miss Josephine Hicks, Miss
Clarice Newton, Mrs. Emma Hubert,
Mrs. Alma Hallk Raw 2: Mrs. Ester
Howion, Mrs. Doris Lewis, Mrs.
Catherine Tench, Mrs. Lucile Clarke,
Mrs. Peggy Duncan.
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DEPARTMENT OF ART
Mrs. Martha Arnold, Mr. Clyde Johnson, Miss Esther
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Row li Mrs. Charlotte Aseltine, Mrs. Mabel Lambert, Miss Laura Manetta. Row 2:
Mrs. Margaret Sobelle, Mrs, Eleanor Inhelder, Mrs. Naomi Beck, Mr. Kenneth
The T07 members of Glendale Highs faculty coped with curricu-
lum which covered more than 80 subjects from Foreign Language
To Fine Arts. Under their guidance a student body of over 2,300
pupils prepared for 'the days ahead.
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ARTS
Row 1: Mr. John Harrison, Mr. Lovell Paggeot,
Mr, Clyde Hofflund. Row 2: Mr, Eugene Craw-
ford, Mr. Paul Brown, Mr. Thomas Christensen,
Mr. Gregory Lawrence,
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Row it Mr. George Bundick, Mr. J. Arndt Tande, Mrs. Lucile Anderson, 0
Miss Marion Snyder, Mr. Stephen Gelsinger.
Row 2. Mr. Don Herman, Mr. Elton Smith, Mr. Aiclo Buoncguidi, Mr.
Reese Anderson, Mr. Carl Matthiesen, Mr. Freeland Templeton,
QILJ DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS
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!,f- YV' Row I: Miss Elva Marshall, Mrs. Lucile Anderson.
I nf" Row 2: Mrs. Esther Meyer, Mrs. Elsie Garrett.
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE
Row I: Mr. Albert Hewitt, Mr. Jack Parker, Mrs. Phyllis Edwards, Miss Jennie Clauson, Mr, George Bundick.
Row 2: Mr. Philip Castlen, Mr. Howard Fay, Mr. Russell Cripe, Mr. Leo Arranaga, Mr. James Place, Mr. Harry W. Anderson
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL STUDIES
Row l: Miss Margaret Graham, Mrs. Alice McDonald, Miss Francis Ahl, Miss Gladys Leonard, Mrs, Francis
Klawiter, Mrs. Hilda Jones.
Row 2: Mr. Murray Grant, Mr, George Plumb, Mr. James Smith, Mr, Wallace Rankin, Mr. Arthur Bennett,
Mr. Arch "Pop" Harrison, Mr. Ralph Carter.
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Row l. Miss Jeanette Johnson, Mrs. Patricia Mack, Mrs. Hazel Johnson.
Raw 2: Mrs. Margaret Campbell, Mrs. Mariorie Pape, Mrs. Visellc Alsberge,
Miss Ruth Stwalley,
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Row lf Mr. Roy Vuiovich, Mr. George McElroy, Mr. Eugene Haas, Mr. Ranier
Row 2: Mr. Harry Beck, Mr, Arthur Teachout, Mr, Leo Arranaga, Mr. Lon
Graf, Mr. Ted Andrews.
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Mr. .Ice Wadlington, af-
fectionately k n o w n as
"Joe" by the students in
his drama and speech
classes, cuts a coke dur-
ing a Christmas party in
his 3rd period closs.
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
Raw I: Miss Marjorie Bailey, Mrs. Olive Eckerson, Miss Mary Ann O'Brien, Mrs. Emily Leolbetter, Mrs. Eleanor Inhelder, Mrs. Beatrice
Row 2. Mr. Warren Johnson, Mr, Lawrence Weishart, Mrs. Louise Swedenborg, Mr. W. Hartley, Mr. Cecil Stephens, Mr. Robert
LIBRARY DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC
Mrs. Mary Tye, Miss Estelle Lake. Row I: Miss Shirley Nute.
Row 2: Mr. John Key, Mr, Eldreol Bolzer.
Row li Mr. Merrill Young, Mr. Carl Joltn-
son, Mrs. Hazel Leash, Mr. Bob Hart,
Mr. Bill Johnson, Mr. O. K. Miller, Mr.
Bill Dowan, Mr. Merrill.
Row 2: Mr. Jim Whittemore, Mr. A.
Clarke, Mr. Max Littlefield, Mr. George
Sanders, Mr. Clarence Nicoll, Mr, L.
Powers, Mr. "Node" Elkin, Mr. Bob Mc-
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Row 1: Mrs. Mary Jane McCIane, Mrs. Wylna Cowles, Miss Ruth Starr,
Miss Henrietta Huyssen,
Row 2: Mr. Edward Nissen, Mr. Homer Livermore, Mr. Dudley Grdltclm,
Mr. James Steele.
. DEPT OF COSMETOLOGY
Row I: Mrs, Charlotte Ander-
son, Miss Jennie Clauson.
Row 2: Mrs. Georgia Woodard
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Mr. Elkin, better known as "Node," is busy
working, but he always has time to listen to
a student's problems.
8:30 to 3:15
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FROM 8:30 TO 3:15 - FIVE DAYS A
WEEK the students of Glendale High at-
tend their daily classes. A great variety
of subjects is offered at GHS-among
them, Cosmetology, which is not offered
at any of the other schools in the Glen-
dale Unified School District. Students
who have iobs may take advantage of
the 4-4 plan which consists of attending
school for four hours and working for
four hours. They receive work credit to-
FOO DS CLASS
Ward their graduation.
AUTO SHOP WOOD SHOP
Senior Councils I and II,
President, Bob Gardner,
other officers of the Sen-
ior Class, and Mrs. Hilda
Jones, advisor, were
kept busy all year pre-
paring for graduation,
The Senior Prorn was
one to remember -
beautiful decorations, a
lovely court, and fun for
all. Earlier in the year
the Senior Class won the
tableau in the annual
Oratorical which was the
beginning of a great
and memorable year for
the Class of '57.
JEANNIE WELLS-Treasurer, DAVID JUNOD-Vice
President, DALE WEISENBERG-Secretary
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IRVING BEAZLEY-Yell Leader, MRS. HILDA JONES-Advisor, SHARON HUDSON-Song Leader
Row lr Ramona Meckfessel, Cheryl Lawson, Dale Weisenberg, Bob Gardner, Dude Junod, Barbara Oliver, Mary
Rich, Lee Eddy.
Row 2: Ed Pratt, Jacquie Petro, Sharon Hudson, Norma Warren, Charlotte Payne, Jeanie Wells, Gloria Avallone,
Elaine Jensen, Mike Condie.
Row 3: Don Helsel, Jim Kumpe, Jack Crithen, Tam Clark, Bill Cleves, Gary Buss, Mike Gazzaniga, Scott Paulsen,
Row I: Ramona Meckfessel, Cheryl Lawson, Dale Weisenberg, Bob Gardner, Dude Junod, Barbara Oliver, Mary
Rich, Lee Eddy.
Raw 2: Ed Pratt, Dotty Humphrey, Wanda Lewis, Sharon Hudson, Anne Culling, Charlotte Payne, Jeanie Wells,
Linda Christian, Kim Seckel, Nancy Bartholemay, Ardyce Carr.
Row 3: Les Wilson, Dan Helsel, John Dae, James Charles Kumpe, William B. Cleves, Thomas E. Clark, Mike
Gazzaniga, John Doe, John Doe, Lewis Merrifield, Pete Spilger, Dave McCleerey, Mike Condie.
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are seen covered from head to toe with white chalk after the traditional
liming of the "G"
oofboll season approaches, members of the Pep Club
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TRADITIONAL-Gordy Hess, retiring Srudenr Body president, gets Thrown in
STEPHEN BISHOP BILL BITTLE NANCY BIVANS JOANNA BLACKWELL JERRY BLANCHARD
SIX PERKY POM POM PUSHERS prepare I'?I themselves for the long
gome oheod, From the vivocious left moving to the curvoceous right
ore: Gordon Hess, Bob Gordner, Herb Ludwig, Tom Poton, Duone Wills
ond Ed Pratt.
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WILLIAM BRADFORD RUTH BRASE
CAROLYN BREITENBACH TERRY BRENNER KAY BRIGMAN
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LEORNA CALTA JANET CAMPBELL ROSE CAMPBELL
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DAVID CLARK TOM CLARK
JERYL CLARKE CI-IERYL CLEVERDON
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JOININO IN-YeII IEC1d9l'S Gary Moore, Dave Wilson, and Sammy Mondola join The spon-
Yaneous Cry of victory which the Senior Class sang our afier winning 1I'Ie Tableau In Ihe
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JACK DOLLOI-IITE CAROL DORNHAUSER WILLIAM DOWLING TINKA DREYER ANNE DUBIN NORA DUERBECK
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YULETIDE SPIRIT-Ron White, Dennis Cclrhart, Sammy Mendolo, ond Jim
Kumpe decorate the traditional Christmas tree in front of The audi-
KENNETH ELLETT forium. Loter, presents for the poor surrounded The rree's bose.
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PHILLIP EVANS VIRGINIA FABER JEAN FARQUAHAR VIRGINIA FARRER KAYE FARRINGTON
FOR SALE l?lI There is olwclys one In every crowd. Sorry, no sole
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DIANE FAULKNER ARLENE FEENEY WILLIAM FENN WILLIAM FENTON
BARBARA FINCH ROBERT FISHBACK JOHN FISHER
WAYNE FISHER ERIN FLANEGIN JACK FLINT JEAN FOOTE
DWIGHT FORMAN FRANCINE FORSTER
BARBARA FASNAUGH ROBERT FRAZE
RANDOLPH FRAZELLE SANDRA FRIED
FRED FRIEDLANDER JOAN FRY
EUGENE GALINDO DENNIS GARDEN
ROBERT GARDNER PATRICIA GAYMAN MICHAEL GAZZANIGA jANET GEER
HELEN GENESCRITTI ROSEMARY GEORGE
ROSANNA GERMANO LOU ANNE GIBSON DICK GILBERT
GOING MODERN I?I Charles Poole and c gcnglood
of kids arrive in his cor with 0 bang!
HELEN GOBEL ROY GOBEL BARBARA GOLD
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SWEET TOOTH!-Joan Wahl and Janet Uhl, Candy store girls, are kept busy selhng candy
to hung ry students.
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PAULA HOFFMAN FRANK HOGAN PHYLLIS HOHERTZ
GEORGE HOLLANDER SHIRLEY HOLLOWAY MAXINE HONEYMAN
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HAROLD HOERER LADONNA HOPPER WAYNE HORTON DELNO HOWARD ERNEST HUBERT
K- - SHARON HUDSON
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CAROL JACKMAN KENNETH JACKSON RICHARD JACOBS THELMA JENKINS
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ON THE WAY TO VICTORY A Glendmleiyes view Vice Presidential candidate
Richard Nixon as he makes on exfemporoneous speech before the high school.
SANDRA KAY JOHNSON SHEILA JOHNSON WARNER JOHNSON JOETTE JOLSON
SONG LEADERS relax and talk over the latest news while sifting in
the Senior Arcade. From left to right: Darlene Klinkman, Mary Rich,
Sharon England, Kaye Farrington, and Adrienne Allen.
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JUDY KABLE MARY KAUS SHARON KAY
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ROBERT KEELER JANET KEGLEY ROBERT KELLEY STEPHAN KELLEY
THOMAS KELLY JOHN KELSEY
MARIAN KENT CAROLYN KINSEL
PAUL KIPERS DAVID KIRKER
DARLENE KLINKMAN SUSAN KNQX
LINDA KOCH TONY KOSMAK
HARRIET KREISEL GARY KROAH
ELEANOR LARUM CHERYL LAWSON MARCIA LAWTON
TOM LEE KAREN LENSAR SHERRY LEE
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SENIORS vs. FACULTY-Seniors and faculty mem-
bers vie for ball in a game for Hungarian Relief
RALPH LE PARA WILLIAM LAMBUTH LAWRENCE LETHCOE JEAN LEVINSON MEREDITH LEWIS TOM LEWIS L
MA RY LOCHHEAD
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WILLIAM B, MATTHEWS
WILLIAM H. MATTHEWS
CANDIDATES AND CAMPAIGNS-Glendales'halls bulgecl with the slogans and signs of hope
ful candidates during the mid-Term elections. Paint cans and paper filled the homes of more
than one senior as the poster pointing plague began to spread,
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LEWIS MERRIFIELD ROGER MICHAUD DENNY MILLER DIANE MINTZ DAVID MITCHELL KATHLEEN MITCHELL
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MMMM, MAN!! THATS GOOD - Class of '57 advisor, Mrs. Hilda Jones
reioxes and refreshes in company of Q faifhful member of her class, Herb
Ludwig, after this year's Seniors finished decorating for the Class of '56
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WHO WON, WHO WON? was the question many Q senior asked when xj TL?
rhe first results of the second semester campaign were posted.
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CARMEL OJEDA JO ANN OLINICK
BARBARA OLIVER ELDON OLSON
GERALDINE OTTOBONI KENNETH OVERHOLSER
BOB PACKARD WILLIAM PACKARD
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MARLOW PENNINGTON MARK PENNINGTON
Gordy Hess, center, .presents the candidates fo
Student Body Prexy, left, Lew Merrifield and right
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PARTY TIME! Members of Senior Problems class take time from daily routine to relax and enloy
cookies cmd coke during their Christmas party.
DONALD D. ROBERTS
BARBARA RUCKMAN JIM RULISON BONNIE RUSSELL KAREN RUSSELL JUDY RUSSELL
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PAT RUSSELL PATRICIA RYAN CAROLYN SACCO DONALD SACHS STEPHAN SALYER MYRON SANGREN
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JAMES SCHOTT GISEIA scHoIz MARIE SCHUG sIIvIA scHuuz
CA ROL SCHAFER
SUE SCOTT PHIL SCOTT RICHARD SEABOLD JUDY SECKEL
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT STUDENTS listen ottenfively os Mr, Graham lectures.
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VIRGINIA SEEVERS SALLY SELTRECHT VINCENT SHEARER MARJORIE SHEPHERD SAUDRIA SI-IOENIAKER
SURPRISE! SURPRISE- For The first time in ten years, Glendale High
School hollis receive o cour of point. Pointers work hard to make
the halls lcok brighter ond more cheerful.
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The Senior Directory signifies the extra-curricular activities, The clubs and organizations, and the elected offices in which
the Seniors have participated during their three years at Glendale High. This enables a student to gain a more rounded
education-classroom studies and useful extra-curricular activities.
ACKERMAN, GARRY-Congress III,
Spring Play II, Tableau I, Explos-
ion Pressman lI,lIl
ADAMS, MARTHA "MARTY" -
Stylus Rep. II, Dress Rep, III,
AESCHLIMAN, PATiCivinettes I,
ll, Ill: Glenettes III, Pep Council
III, Jr. Red Cross Ill, G.A.A. II,
AITKEN, JOHN "JACK" - Class
Council I, Ill, G Club Ill, ,Jr. Civi-
tan ll, Il-I, Congress II, Varsity
ALDRICH, DELL - Congress III,
Class Council II, Honor Society'IlI,
ALLEN, ADRIENNE-Nitroettes III,
Head Song Leader III, Honor So-
ciety I, Cabinet III, Pep Council III
ALLEN, ARLEENE-Honor Society I,
ll, Congress ll, Commerce Club II,
III, Sixty-per Club III, Head Song-
ALLISON, ARLENE - Commerce
Club, Lyric Club, Girls Stunt Show I
ANDERSEN, VIRGINIA - Class
Council II, Commerce Club I, II,
III, Honor Society I, Il, Stunt Show,
II, III, Dance Recital Ill
ANDERSON, AL t'BUDDY"-Dance
ANDERSON, CASSANDRA "SANDY"
ANDERSON, DAVID "DAVE 1 Jr.
Baseball ll, Varsity Baseball lll
ANDERSON, DONALD-B Football,
Varsity Football Ill, G Club, Con-
ANDERSON, RAYMOND "BUD"-
Red Cross I, Photography I, II,
Stylus II, Boys' League Rep I
ANDERSON, ROGER-B Track Il
ANDERSON, STEPHEN "STEVE" -
Football I, ll, Ill, Swimming Il,
III, Council I, Congress I, Pep
ANNIN, JIM-Red Crass I, Class
Council I, ll, Pep Council lll
ARMSTRONG, LINDA-G.A,A. I,
II, Ill, Honor Society I, ll, Dance
Recital, Congress ll, Speech Club I
ARNDS, BURTON "NICK"-Foot
ball ll, III, Track Il, Ill, Civitans
III, Director of Boys' Athletics III,
ASHCROFT, GRETCHEN 1 Class
Council II, Stunt Shaw III, Com-
merce Club Il, Ill, Pep Club
ATSINGER, EDWARD-Congress I,
ATWATER, SUZAN "SUE" - Con-
gress ll, Future Teachers II, Ill,
World Friendship Ill, French Club
Ill, Latin Club ll, lll
ATWOOD, RONALD "RON" - Ex-
plosion II, III, Assistant Editor-in-
Chief Ill, Treasurer-Key Club Ill,
Director of Publicity-Jr. Statesmen
II, Honor Society I, ll, Spanish
Club II, III, 49'ers Il, Ill
AVALLONE, GLORIA - Student
Congress I, Class Council I, III,
Homecoming Queen III, "7O" Per
Club ll, Ill, A'Cappella Choir III
BABB, JUDY-Student Congress Il,
Civinettes ll, Ill, Commerce Club
BAILEY, JANET "J.B." - Congress
BAKER, JOYCE 'iJO" - Jr. Red
Cross Representative lll, Dance Re-
cital III, Choralettes ll, Lyric I,
BAKER, LILLIAN "LILI" - Choral-
ettes ll, G,A.A, Ill, A'Cappella Ill
BAME, JOE "PINKY"-Congress II
BANOS, JIM-Class Council I
BARLOW, BARBARA "PINOCH"-
G.A.A. I, ll, III, "G" Club ll,
BARNARD, SHARON - Civinettes
III, G.A.A. I, II, Ill, Dance Re-
cital ll, III, Student Court III, Hon-
or Society I, ll, Ill
BARNES, JULE-Nitroettes II, III,
Glenettes ll, Ill, Commerce I, II,
G.A.A. Board Ill, Candy Store I,
BARNET, RICHARD "RICK" - Fall
Play Ill, Thespians III
BAROCHIERE, NANCY-Honor So-
ciety I, II, III, G.A.A. I, Il, III,
Future Teachers Club-Secretory III,
Science Club-Treasurer Ill
BARR, WILLIAM "BILL"-Basket-
BARTHOLOMAY, NANCY "NAN"-
Congress I, Regulated Dress Il,
Class Council Ill
BASTON, JOE "HOSEY"-Band I,
Il, III, Track l, ll, Ill
BEACH, WAYNE "SANDY"-Band
I, ll, Symphonettes ll, III
BEAZLEY, IRVING "IRV"-Class
Yell Leader III, Pep Council I, 60-
70 Per Club, Class Council III,
Inter-club Council I, ll
BECK, JIM-Class Council II, B
BECKER, ERNEST "ERNIE" - Honor
BEEMS, JOHN-Congress III
BEGLEY, GLEN-Class Council I,
Latin Club I, II, Ill, Pep Council
Ill, Key Club Ill, Junior Statesman
BIANCHI, ROSE MARY "ROE" -
Nitroette I, ll, III, Commerce Club
I, II, III, Science Club II
BIAS, JERRY-"G" Club, Honor
Society I, C Track ll, Ill
BISHOP, STEPHEN - Symphonettes
I, Explosion I
BLACKWELL, JOANNA "JO"1
World Friendship Ill, Stunt Show
III, Commerce Club III
BLANCHARD, JERRY 1 Oratoricol
Prop Committee I
BLOSSOM, PATRICIA 1 Swimming
Club, Lyric Club
BLUMENTHAL, CONNIE 1 Dance
Recital ll, Ill, Stunt Show I, II,
Commerce III, Regulated Dress III
BOAZ, KAREN "KAY" 1 Class
Council I, Commerce Club
BOGAN, SHARON "SHERRY" 1
Orchestra I, Band ll, Dance Re-
cital II, Ill, French Club Il, III,
World Friendship Club III
BOGOSIAN, SARA 1 Regulated
Dress I, G.A.A. I, Junior Prom
Queen II, Congress III, French
BOLTON, WILLIAM "BlLL"1Class
Council I, ll, Commerce Club ll,
BONAR, GERALD "JERRY'l1J.V.
Football II, Varsity Football III
BORDEN, CAROLE1Mixed Chorus
II, Advanced Girls' Glee III
BORDEN, MARY LYNN1Bartd ll,
Explosion II, III, Writers Workshop
BOSTROM, DALE "LUCKY" 1
Science Club III
BOWER, CHARLES "CHUCK"1Var-
sity Football Manager II, III,
Science Club I, II, Ill, Key Club II,
Ill, Honor Society I, Ill, 49ers II
BOWERS, DAVID "DAVE"1Foot-
ball I, Basketball Il
BRADFORD, BlLL1B Football ll,
A Football III, Pep Council III
BRASE, RUTH1Congress I, II,
Lyric lI,Alll, Dance Recital III,
Stunt Show Ill, Explosion III
BREITENBACH, CAROLYN "CEE
BEE" 1 G,A.A. Board I, ll, III,
Civinettes II, Ill, Graduation Lead
II, Congress I, Yell Leader-Stunt
BROWN, BRENDA1G.A.A. I, II,
III, Latin Club I, II, Homecoming
Princess Ill, Baccalaureate Lead ll
BROWN, DAVID "DAVE" 1 Class
Council I, Red Cross Representa-
tive, Pep Council, "G" Club, Var-
BROWN, JUDITH "SAM" 1 Class
Council I, Il
BRYANT, EDWARD 'IEGGNIOREII1
B Football ll, Commerce Club
BURNS, CAROLYN1Nitroettes II,
Ill, G.A.A. I, ll, Ill, Glenettes I,
ll, Ill, Regulated Dress I, ll, Stunt
Show I, ll, Ill
BURNS, SALLY JO 1 Cosmetology
I, Il, Ill
BURRIS, RICHARD "KlNG"1Var-
sity Football I, II, Ill, Varsity
Track I, II
BURROWS, CAROL "POKEY" 1
Latin Club I, ll, Ill, Class Council
ll, Dance Recital ll
BLISS, GARY1FootbalI I, II, III,
Track I, ll, Ill, Class Council Ill,
BYERS, CAROL1Commerce Club I,
Il, Ill, Glenettes II, Girls' Stunt
Show ll, iii
CALLAHAN, THOMAS "TOM" 1
Honor Society I, Science Club Ill
CALTA, LEORA1G.A.A. Ill
CAMPBELL, JANET "JAN" 1 Ni-
troettes II, Ill, Vice-President Com-
merce Club III, World Friendship
CAMPBELL, ROSE MARIE "MICKEY"
-Red Cross Ill, Council III
CARNEVLI, MARIE 1 Commerce
Club I, ll, Honor Society Ill, Stunt
Show II, III, Regulated Dress Rep-
resentative II, Baccalaureate Lead
CARR, ARDYCE "ARDY"1Honor
Society I, II, G.A.A. Board II,
Graduation Lead, Class Council II,
Ill, President Girls' G-Club
CARSON, JAMES "JlME" 1 Foot-
CARSON, PATRICIA ANN1Honor
Society, Congress III, G.A.A. I,
ll, III, Red Cross II
CARTER, HORACE 'iLEE"-Congress
III, J.V. Football II
CASE, RAYMOND "RAY" 1 Class
Council Il, Pep Council III, B Foot-
ball I, II, III, Track I, Il, III,
Symphonettes II, Ill
CHADDUCK, JEAN i'JEANNlE" 1
Symphonettes II, III, Honor Society
ll, Ill, French Club III, Civinettes
III, Future Teachers Club III
CHALFANT, BRIAN1Latin Club If
ll, Track I, ll, lll
CHAPLAR, LINDA "LIN"16O-7O-
Per Club II, III, Nitroettes Il, Com-
merce II, Ill, Congress II
CHARRON, BARBARA 'ABLJNNY"-
Stunt Show III
CHEPIN, MOLLIE LEA1Class Coun-
cil I, ll
CHRISTIAN, LINDA1Class Coun-
cil Il, Ill, Pep Council ll, Ill,
World Friendship Ill, Commerce
CHRISTY, JEANETTE "JAN"1A'-
Cappella III, G.A.A. I, II, III, Fu-
ture Teachers ll, Ill, Glenettes I,
CLARK, BONNE "NEW ORLEANS"
1Stunt Show III, Regulated Dress
Board III, A'Cappella III, Dance
Recital Ill, Honor Society
CLARK, THOMAS "TOM"1CounciI
ll, III, Congress II, III, Civitans
ll, Ill, Track I, ll, Ill, G Club ll,
CLEVERDON, CHERYL "CHERl" 1
Civinettes ll, III, Student Congress
II, G.A.A. Board II, Stunt Show
Yell Leader Ill, Song Leader I,
Girls' League Board III
CLEVES, BILL "GUlLLERMO" 1
Civitans III, Class Council I, Var-
sity Football I, II, III, Varsity Track
I, II, Pep Council III
COBB, CHARLENE 1 Director of
Girls' Athletics Ill, Civinettes III,
Honor Society I, ll, III, Girls'
League Board II, III
COLLIER, JACK1P,A. Crew Il, Ill
COLLINS, MICHAEL "MICKEY" 1
Baseball I, II, III, Student Congress
III, G Club Ill, B Football Il, Ill
COLVIN, CAROL1G.A.A. I, Il,
Stunt Show I, ll, III, Glenettes II,
Pep Council III, 60 Per Club I, II,
COMER, JANNIS "JAN"1ExpIo-
sion Staff Ill, Thespians Ill, Dance
Recital III, Fall Play III, Oratori-
cal Tableau Il
CONDIE, MICHAEL "MIKE"1Class
Council Il, III, President Symphon-
ettes III, Latin Club President III,
Vice-President Future Teacher Ill,
Key Club Ill
COOPER, ROBERT "BOB" 1 Track
CORSELLO, BILL "CHOCOLATE" 1
Varsity Track ll, lll
CRAWFORD, WARREN 1 Varsity
Track, Cross Country, Latin Club,
CULLNG, ANNE1G.A.A. Board I,
Honor Society I, II, Ill, President
Spanish Club Ill, Chairman Dance
Recital III, Secretory-Treasurer Civ-
CUMMING, BlLL1Science Club Il,
Ill, Track I, ll, Ill, Cross Country
I, Student Congress, G Club
CUMMINGS, JlM1Track Ill, Stu-
dent Congress I, Class Council I,
Honor Society I, Future Teachers Il
CIJTKEN, JOHN M.1G Club III,
Varsity Football Ill, Jr, Civitans
II, III, Council I, II, Congress II
DANIELI, DELLA1Commerce Club
I, ll, Ill, Civinettes ll, Ill, Nitro-
ettes I, ll, Class Council ll, Cab-
DAUPLIN, HARRIET--I-lonor Society
III, Congress II, Stunt Show I, II,
III, Dance Recital Ill, Advanced
DARSIE, ELIZABETH HBETI'l"-FU-
ture Teachers Club I, II, Honor So-
ciety I, II, Ill, World Friendship
Club Ill, Dance Recital ll, Ill, A'-
DAVENPORT, DAVD "DAVE" 1
Science Club Il, Ill, Key Club ll,
DAVIS, CAROLE1Stunt Show II,
III, Student Congress II, Junior
Prom Committee Il, Girls' Glee I,
II, Commerce Club I, ll, III
DAY, CONNIE1Commerce Club I,
ll, Ill, Stylus Representative III
DECKER, KATHLEEN "KAY"1Com-
merce Club I, II, Pep Council II,
Ill, Congress III
DIDDEN, DAN1Football Ill, Pep
Council III, Senior Council Ill
DIGATI, JOANNE 1 Red Cross
DIPPMANN, GUENTHER - Presi-
dent 49'er III, 49'ers II, III, Honor
DOLLAHITE, JACK1B Football ll,
Latin Club II, Student Congress ll,
Varsity Football Ill, Track Ill
DOWLING, WILLIAM "BlLL' 1 B
DREYER, KATHARINE "TlNKA" 1
Class Council I, Il, A'Cappella,
Congress I, II, Cotton 'N Cord
DUBIN, ANNE "ANNIE"-Honor
Society II, Assistant Student Direct-
or A'CappeIla Ill, Thespians li,
Ill, World Friendship Club III
DUERBECK, NORA LEE - Cosmet-
ology ll, Ill
DULLEA, JANNICE "JAN"1French
Club I, Commerce Club I, G.A.A. I
DUNLAP, ANITA-Latin Club I
DYE, THOMAS "TOM"1Football
II, Swimming ll, Track Il
EASON, LAVONNE1Congress I, II,
Council I, II, III, Junior Prom Prin-
cess, Sophomore Song Leader,
Dance Recital ll, lll
ECKETT, MARJORIE "MARGlE" 1
Student Congress I, II, III, Stunt
Show I, Red Cross I, Il, Girls'
League III, Class Council ll
EDDY, LILLIAN "LEE"1CIass Coun-
cil ll, Ill, Stunt Show-Song Leader,
Pep Council I, II, III, Princess Glen-
EDGERTON, LINDA 1 Commerce
Club ll, Ill, Science Club ll, Regu-
lated Dress Representative III
EDIE, ELLEN 'lSPEEDYl'1G.A,A, I,
II, World Friendship Club II
EDDY, JERRY-Pep Council III,
Track II, Band I
EDWARDS, ROBERT-Science Club
III, 49'ers III
ELLETT, KENNETH "KEN"-A'Cap-
pella lll, Science Club III, 49'er
III, Dance Recital III
ELLISON, THORMON-Rifle Team
ELLWOOD, RICHARD 'DICK' -
49'er Il, III, Symphonettes ll, lll,
Stamp Club Ill
EMERY, NANCY-Stunt Show ll,
G.A.A. I, Commerce Club lll
lll, Rifle Team Il, III, Explosion III
ENGLAND, SHARON-Girls' League
Board II, Student Body Song Lead-
er, Commerce Club Il, III, Choral-
ettes II, A'CappelIa III
ENGLER, FRED-Class Council I,
A-Track I, Il, B Football Il, G-Club
EVANS, CODY-Basketball I, II,
III, Track I, II, Ill, Class Council
1, ii, Stylus I, II, G Club ii, Iii
EVANS, PHILIP-Student Congress
I, ll, Boys' League l, ll, III
FABER, VIRGINIA "GINNY" 1
Commerce Club I, II, III, Stunt
Show I, Il, lll
FARQUHAR, JEAN-Pep Council
III, Stunt Show III
FARRAR, VIRGINIA "JENNIE" -
A'CappelIa III, G Club Il, III, Latin
Club I, Il, G.A.A. Board I, ll, lll,
Regulated Dress Board Il
FARRINGTON, KAYE-Council II,
Junior Song Leader, Junior Prom
Court, Congress I, II, Student Body
FAULKNER, DIANE-G.A.A. l, Il,
Club I, ll, lll, G.A.A. I
FEENEY, ARLENE 1 Commerce ll,
III, Latin Club II
FENN, BILL-A Football Il, lll
FENTON, WILLIAM 'iBILL" 1 Stu-
dent Congress I, II, III, B Football
I, Pep Council Ill, Red Cross Il,
Writers Workshop I, ll
FINCH, BARBARA 1 G.A.A. I,
Dance Recital III, A'CoppelIa III,
Orchestra I, II, Choralettes II
FISHER, WAYNE - Congress II,
ROTC I, ll, lll, Fall Play III:
Science Club Il, Ill
FLANEGIN, ERIN-Regulated Dress
FOOTE, JEAN-Dance Recital II,
III, Future Teachers III, Girls'
League Congress Ill
FORMAN, DWIGHT-PA Crew II
FORSTER, FRANCINE "FRAN" -
Lyric Club Il, Civinettes ll, III,
World Friendship Club I, II, Glen-
ettes I, Il, III, Congress I
FRAZELLE, RANDOLPH "RANDY"-
PA Crew I, II, III
FRIED, SANDRA "SANDY" - Cos-
metology l, Il, III
FRIEDLANDER, FRED - Commerce
Club Il, III, Junior Civitans II, III,
49'er I, Il, III, Cabinet III, Band
FRIES, LAWRENCE "LARRY" - C
Track II, III
GALINDO, EUGENE-Football ll,
GARDEN, DENNIS-Baseball II, III
GARDNER, ROBERT "BOB"-Junior
Class Vice President, Senior Class
President, Junior Civitan President
III, Class Council ll, III, A Football
GAYMAN, PATRICIA "PAT"-Girls'
State Representative II, Girls'
League Board III, G.A.A. Board
III, Junior Statesman II, III, Honor
Society I, II, III
GAZZANIGA, MICHAEL "MIKE" -
Class Council Il, Football I, II, lll,
Track I, II, Civitans II, Ill, Student
GEER, JANET "JAN"-Congress I,
Il, Commerce Club III
GENESCRITTI, HELEN-Stylus III
GEORGE, ROSEMARY - Editor-in-
Chief Explosion III, President Fu-
ture Teachers Club Ill, Honor Sa-
ciety I, Il, III, President 60-70 Per
Club III, Honorary ROTC Capt. III
Club I, II, III, 60-70 Per Club I,
II, III, Girls' League Representa-
tive III, G.A.A, III, Stunt Show
GIBSON, LOU ANNE "ANNIE" -
Dance Recital Il, III, Spring Festi-
GILBERT, RICHARD "DICK"-Track
I, II, III, G Club Il, III, Pep Coun-
GOLD, BARBARA-Honor Society
I, Il, Civinettes ll, III, Baccalaur-
eate Lead II, Stunt Show I, Il, III
GOMBOS, LAWRENCE "LARRY" -
Band I, II, III
GOOLD, JUDY-Congress I, Girls'
Stunt Show-Yell Leader II, G.A.A.
III, Nitroettes II, III, Song Leader
Girls' G Club President
GORDON, BRUCE-Track I, II, Pep
GRANT, CAROL-Class Council I,
Il, French Club I, III, Red Cross Il,
Regulated Dress I
GREAVES, CAROL-Commerce Club
Ill, Junior Statesmen lll, World
Friendship III, Junior Red Cross III
GREENE, LORALEE "LORl"-G.A.A.
Ill, Commerce Club lll, Girls' G
GRISSBY, CAROL-Dance Recital ll,
Ill, Commerce Club II, Dance Club
II, Red Cross II
GRIMMEIHS, CAROYN - A'Cap-
pella lll, G.A.A. I, Decoration ll,
III, Red Cross II
GROB, CLAUDIA-Cosmetology I,
GROSHANS, SHIRLEY "IS" f Stunt
Show I, Congress ll
GROVE, CHARLES ROBERT "BOB"
ePA Crew ll, lll
GROVE, RICHARD "DICK" - PA
Crew I, ll, III, Audio-Visual I, II,
HAAS, LINDA-G.A.A. I, II, A'-
Cappella III, Choralettes Il, Com-
merce Club I, Spanish Club ll
HADEN, CAROLYN-Dance II, III,
Stunt Show I, Il, G.A.A. I, Honor
HADDOCK, TERENCE "CUTIE" -
Honor Society I, ll, Science Club
HADLEY, NANCY-Honor Society
II, Commerce Club ll, III,-G.A.A.
Board III, Nitroette President III,
Stunt Show I, II, III
HALL, RONALD "RON" - Class
Council I, II, Basketball Letterman
I, Il, III, Pep Council III, President
49'er III, Student Congress I, II, III
HAMILTON, KAREN-Costume De-
sign II, III
HANGARTNER, KAY-Director Sen-
ior Tableau III, G.A.A., Junior
Statesmen II, Decoration Chairman
Stunt Show III, Girls' League
HANSON, KATHRYN "KATIE" -
Commerce Club I, II
HARDIN, ANN-Explosion II, Ill,
Stunt Show Il, Ill
HARDY, JIM-Junior Statesmen III,
Thespians Ill, Science Club I, II,
III, 49'er Il, III
HARRELL, LORIS-Senior Council III
I, II, III
HARRISON, ANN "HARRY" -
Dance Recital II, III, G.A.A. II, III
I, II, III
HAVENS, MARTHA "MARTI" -
Civinettes ll, lll, Junior Statesmen
II, III, G.A.A. Board II, Congress
ll, Dance Recital ll
HAWKINS, GARY-B Football I,
II, A Football III, Pep Council III,
G Club III
HAYES, RICHARD "DlCK"-A'Cap-
HEGEMIER, DIANNE - Commerce
Club I, G.A,A. II
HELSEL, DONALD "DON"-Class
Council lll, C Track I, B Track Il,
Ill, Latin Club I, Il, Science Club
HELTZEL, JOY-Commerce Club I,
Class Council III, Pep Council Ill,
G.A.A. Il, Stunt Show
HEMPHILL, SHARON "SHERRI" -
Latin Club I, ll, G.A,A,, Congress
III, G Club, Regulated Dress Rep-
HESS, GORDON-Sophomore Class
President, Civitans Il, III, G Club
II, III, President Student Body,
Varsity Football I, II, lll
HEYDEN, CAROL-Commerce Club
I, ll, lll, Red Cross Il, Pep Coun-
HICKAM, SUZANNE-Glenettes III,
Latin Club I
HICKS, MARY-Exchange Student
to Sweden II, Honor Society I, Il,
Girls' League Vice-President ll,
Cabinet III, Pres. World Friend-
ship Club III
HILL, ELIZABETH ANNE "BETTY"-
Honor Society I, ll, Ill, Spanish
Club II, III '
HILLER, CAROL-Congress I Stunt
Show I, Il, Ill, Dance Recital Il,
III, Art Club II, III
HIPOLITO, TERRY-B Football II,
III, Honor Society I, Il, Class Coun-
HEPPLE, SHARON "SHERRIE" -
G.A.A. III V
HOBER, ROBERT "BABBLES"-Class
HODJES, JERI-Class Council II,
Pep Council Ill
HOFF, DOUGLAS - Vice-President
Boys' League, B Track, G Club
HOGAN, FRANK-Class Council III
HOHERTZ, PHYLLIS-Latin Club I,
G.A.A. Board ll, World Friendship
Club lll, Junior Statesman Ill
HONEYMAN, MAXINE "HONEY'I-
Commerce Club II, III
HOOTMAN, GAYLE-Class Council
I, ll, School Plays Il, III, President
Tl-iespians III, Honor Society I, II,
III, Lead Dance Recital III
HOPPER, LADONNE "DONNIE" -
Commerce Club Ill
HORTON, WAYNE-Orchestra I, ll
HUBERT, ERNEST-Science Club I
HUDSON, SHARON-Stunt Show I,
II, G.A.A. I, Junior Prom Princess,
Class Council III, Senior Class Song
HULL, RONALD "FONTLEROY" 1
Writers' Workshop ll, Rifle Team
Ill, Scribblers' Club Ill, Explosion
HUMPHREY, DOROTHY "DOTTY"1
Girls' League Board III, Class
Council II, Ill, Fall Play I, Civ-
inettes ll, Ill, A'Cappella III
HUMPHREYS, DENNIS UPENNY4' 1
Track II, Explosion Staff Ill
IGELMAN, CAROL1Stunt Show ll,
III, French Club ll, Ill, Future
Teachers' Club III, Advanced Girls'
Glee Ill, Junior Prom Committee Il
INCLEDON, BETTY1G.A.A. I, ll,
JACOBS, RICHARDS "DlCK"1Class
Ill, Student Congress, Band I, Il,
III, Vice-President, Secretary Key
Club III, Honor Society Il, III,
Calif. Scholarship Federation III
JACKMAN, CAROL "KAROLA" 1
Dance Recital Ill, Diving Club Ill,
Dance Club ll, Sparklers I
JACKSON, KENNEY1Key Club I,
Red Cross Representative III
JENKINS, THELMA "CONNIE" 1
Dance Recital II, Girls' League
Congress Ill, G.A,A. I, Ill, Ad-
vanced Girls' Glee ll, III
JENSEN, ELAlNE1CIass Council
III, Congress III, Cotton Cord Prin-
cess, Girls' Stunt Show I, Il, Dance
JOHNSON, JAMES1Track II
JOHNSON, NORMA 1 Commerce
Club I, ll, Ill, Red Cross II
JOHNSON, SANDRA KAY1Glen-
ettes ll, III, Commerce Club ll, III,
Class Council I
JOHNSON, SHElLA1C.S.F. III, Fu-
eTeachersI ll Ill Latin
ll Spanis Cu
JOLSON JOETTE Stunt Sl-iovv
Yell Leader I Junior Prom Princess
JONES HENRY HANK ROTC
Chess Club I ll Special Events
JUNOD DAVID DUDE Senior
Cass Vice President Ill Cass
uncll I Pep CO
A Track Il III Future Teachers II
JURGENS B ROBERT RBJ
Track III President Science Club
Ill Treasurer Key Club III Treas
urer Science Club III B Football
T ROBIN Footballl II
Baseball l, ll, Band I, Il, Ill
KABLE, JUDY16O Per Club I,
Commerce Club I, II, Nitroettes I
KAUS, MARY1Honor Society ll,
Ill, Dance Recital Il, III, Latin Club
I, Stunt Show I, Il, Ill
KAY, SHARON "SlS"1Explosion
II, Stylus Ill, World Friendship I,
II, Ill, Junior Statesmen I, Il, III,
Scribblers I, III
KEELER, BOB 1 Thespions I, ll,
Stage Manager I, ll, Ill, 49'ers,
J.V. Baseball ll, B Football Ill
KEGLEY, JANET 1 Sparklers I,
World Friendship III, Nitroettes ll,
Stunt Show I, ll, Junior Statesmen
KELLEY, STEVE1Track I, II
KELSEY, JOHN1Key Club President
Ill, A'Cappella ll, Ill, Explosion
III, Baseball I, ll, III, Oratorical
KENT, MARIAN "MARlANNE" 1
Class Council Il, A'Cappella III,
World Friendship I, ll, Ill, Stunt
Show I, ll, Ill
KINSEL, CAROLYN "KlNSS"1H0n-
or Society I, ll, A'Cappella II, III,
KLINCKMAN, DARLENE 1 School
Song Leader Ill, Cotton Cord
Court, Pep Council Ill, Latin Club
KNOW, SUSAN "SUE" 1 Girls'
League Congress Ill, Stunt Show
III, G.A.A. III, Glenettes I, ll, Ill
KOCH, LlNDA1Student Congress
III, Dance Club I, Commerce
KOSMAK, ANTHONY "TONY THE
TlGER"1Pep Club III, Men's Glee
Club I, II, III, Junior Council ll,
Junior Red Cross I, ll
KREISEL, HARRIET "HATTlE" 1
Honor Society I, Il, III, G.A.A. I,
II, Ill, Girls' G Club ll, Civinettes
Ill, Stunt Show I, Ill
KRULIKOSKI, ED1Football, Track
KUMPE, JAMES "EPMUK" 1 Stu-
dent Body Vice-President Ill, Di-
rector of Assemblies III, Director
Boys' Athletics ll, Track A, B I, II,
III, Explosion III
LAKE, BEVERLY "BUNNY" 1 Com-
merce Club I, II, III, Glenettes I,
Nitroettes ll, Ill, Head Maiorette
Ill, G.A.A. I, ll
LAMARR, VERN 1 Track II, III,
Cross Country ll, Band I, ll, Ill,
Pep Band I, Il, Stylus I
LARUM, ELEANOR 1 Junior Red
Cross I, ll, 60 Per Club III, Com-
merce Club I, ll, Ill, World Friend-
ship Club I, Il, Ill, Girls' Regu-
lated Dress I
LAWSON, CHERYL1Spanish Club
Il, Future Teachers Club Ill, Stunt
Show III, Class Council III, Student
LAWTON, MARCIA 1 Commerce
III, Dance Club I, Il, Swimming Ill
LEE, SHERRY 1 A'Cappella, Ad-
vanced Girls' Glee, World Friend-
LEE, THOMAS "TOM"1Congress I,
ll, III, Pep Council ll, Ill, Science
Club I, ll, Ill
LENSAR, KAREN1Band I, ll, Ill,
Glenettes II, III, Future Teachers
III, Regulated Dress I
LEPERA, RALPH1Director of As-
semblies lll, Baseball Ill, Student
Congress III, Key Club Ill, Orators
LEVINSON, JEANNIE "COOKIE" 1
LEWIS, MEREDITH 1 Glenettes Il,
III, World Friendship ll, Ill, Span-
ish Club Il, III
LIMBERT, OLIVIA "LIV" 1 Class
Council I, Pep Council ll, Ill, Con-
LINDAHL, LAUREL "GAlL"1Worlcl
Friendship, Dance Club I, II, Dance
Recital ll, III
LINDNER, DON1CIC5S Council I,
B Football I, ll, Pep Council II
LINGO, GENlE1Junior Statesmen
Ill, G.A.A. I, ll, Future Teachers
I, II, Ill, Commerce Club II, Ill,
World Friendship III
LISOWSKI, ANTOINETTE "TONl"1
Red Cross Ill, Dance Recital Ill,
Spring Concert III, Christmas Pro-
LLOYD, ROBERT "BOB"1FootbaIl
I, ll, J.V. Baseball I
LOCHHEAD, MARY1Girls' Stunt
Show I, Commerce Club I, ll, III,
LOEFFLER, MARGARET "PEGGY"1
Congress I, II, Ill, World Friend-
ship ll, III, Future Teachers Il, III,
Junior Statesmen Ill, G.A.A. I, II,
LOGAN, BRENDA 1 Symphonettes
I, ll, III, Glenettes I, ll, Ill, Presi-
dent Glenettes II, Ill, G.A.A. I,
II, Ill, Red Cross I
LOHMAN, SARA JANE "SALLY"1
Regulated Dress Chairman Girls'
League Board Ill, Junior States-
men ll, Future Teachers II, III,
Civinettes II, Ill, G,A,A. ll, Ill
LYCETT, KEN1Thespians III
LYNCH, ARDELLE1Nitroettes Ill,
Advanced Girls' Glee III
MACMILLAN, PATRICIA "PAT" 1
tur , I : CII-'P
ll, I , 'Ii I b Ill
ii, Expt ' 'ii, in
I I , - L 7 I
co A , ii, Ill, uncil I,
Il, Ill, G Club, A Foorb Il ll, Ill,
iii ' '
r ' II U i A
JUS , 1 t , Ill?
,, X 9
l I Q
Commerce Club I, ll, III, G.A.A. I,
II, III, Girls' G Club I
MADZAR, MARILYN 1 Commerce
Club ll, Dance Recital ll, Ill, Stunt
Show ll, III, Junior Prom Decor-
MAGDALIK, DAVID "MAGETS" 1
Class Council. Ill, A'Cappella III,
Symphonettes Il, III
MAHONY, MARY 1 Congress I,
Commerce ll, Congress III, Junior
Prom Committee Il, Cotton Cord I
MAIER, WILLIAM "BILL" 1 Honor
Society I, ll, III, B Track Team II,
Science Club II, Ill, Student Con-
gress I, 49'er Service Club Ill
MALCOR, LARRY "WEAZER" 1
Varsity Football I, ll, Senior
MANDEVILLE, KENNETH1B Track
Il, A Track III
Commerce I, II, Ill, 60-70 Per
Club I, Il, Ill, World Friendship
I, ll, Ill, Christian Student Fellow-
ship I, Il, Ill
MARIK, NANCY1Co-ordinator of
Organizations III, Cabinet Ill, ln-
terclub Council III, Chairman, A'-
Cappella Il, III IStudent Conductor
and AccofT1P-ls Vice - President
Spanish Club ll
MARKWYN, MARTHA MNlARTYlI-
Honor Society I, ll, III, G.A.A. I,
ll, III, Stunt Show III, Scribblers'
III, Future Teachers Club I, Ill
MARTIN, BEVERLY 1 Class Coun-
cil Il, Commerce Club I, Pep Coun-
cil, Regulated Dress III, Stunt Show
MARTIN, PAT1Commerce Club I,
ll, Ill, G.A.A, I
MASSEY, WAYNE 1 President of
Science Club Ill, Honor Society I,
MASON, LAWRENCE "LARRY" 1
Tennis Team I, ll
MATHEWS, JOYCE "JOY" 1 Ora-
MATTHEWS JR., WILLIAM "BlLL"1
Varsity Track II, Ill
MATTHEWS, WILLIAM "BILL" 1
Varsity Football I, III, Tennis Il
MAYER, CARLEEN1Commerce Club
MAYNARD, RODGER "IDAHO KID"
1Concert Band I, ll, Ill, Varsity
Football II, III, Track I, ll, Band
MAXWELL, DAVE 1 Congress I,
Class Council III
MCCLEEREY, DAVE NBANDBOXH1
Band I, ll, III, Senior Council Ill,
Track Ill IBI, Pep Council II, Presi-
dent of Bond III
' 'WN' -i..re.,,e..p
McCRORY, DAVE "MAC" - A
Basketball III, Pep Club III
McCUTCHEON, LOIS ANN - Com-
merce Club I, II, III, Secretary Il,
Choralettes Il, Sophomore Chorus I
McELROY, ROBERT-B Football I,
Il, C Track I, Civitans II, Congress
I, Pep Council III
MCGOWEN, JOYCE-G.A.A. I, II,
III, Girls' G Club II, Spanish Club
Il, World Friendship Club I, II:
Christian Fellowship I, II
McINTYRE, CONSTANCE "CONNIE"
-Stunt Show I, II, III, Junior Red
McLARNIN, ELLEN "EL" - G.A.A.
Board II, III, Civinettes II, III, Yell
Leader, Stunt Show III
McVEY, SHARON-Regulated Dress
MEAD, PEARL "RHINESTONE" -
Box Social Committee
MEADOR, PHILIP "PHIL" - Key
Club II, Science Club Il, Latin
MEAGHER, PATRICK "PAT" - B
Football I, II, III, B Track I, Il,
Ill, Student Court III, G Club ll,
MECKFESSEL, RAMONA "MONA"
-Class Council I, II, III, Civinettes
II, III, Girls' League President III,
Program Chairman Girls' League
III, Christian Student Fellowship
I, ll, in
MEBIN, WAYNE "MEL" - Band
I, II, B Football I, Red Cross I,
Stylus Representative for Class III
MENDOLA, SAMUEL "SAMMY" -
Class Council I, II, Class Yell
Leader II, Head Yell Leader III,
President of Pep Council III, Stu-
dent Cabinet III
MERRIFIELD, LEW-Co-ordinator of
Organizations II, President Calif.
Scholastic Federation III, President
of Junior Statesmen III, President
of Latin Club, Class Council II, III
MICHAUD, ROGER-Pep Council III
MILLER, DENNEY-Track II, III,
Class Council I, II, Congress III,
Pep Council II, Cross Country Ill
MINTZ, DIANE-Civinettes ll, III,
Honor Society I, II, III, Stunt Show
I, II, III, Junior Statesmen II, III,
Pep Council II
MITCHELL, DAVID "DAVE"-Junior
Statesmen Il, Pep Council III
MITCHELL, KATHLEEN "KATHY" -
World Friendship, Fall Play III
MOCK, ELIZABETH "BETH"-Con-
gress I, Il, Junior Statesmen III,
Friendship Club III, Home-maker
of Tomorrow III
MOHILL, ALAN "AL"-B Football
I, II, Red Cross Rep. II, Boys'
League I, II, III, Class Council I,
A Swim Team III
MONTI, ELAINE-Class Council Ill,
Glenettes II, Explosion Reporter II,
MOORE, GARY-Head Yell Leader,
Cabinet Ill, Civitans III, Class
Council II, Junior Statesmen II, Pep
Council President Ill
MORGAN, MICHELE "MIKKl" -
Glenettes I, II, Glenettes Vice-
President III, Congress II, III, Girls'
League Congress III
MORLEY, RALPH-Latin Club I,
ROTC Drill Team I
MORRIS, LOUISE "LOU" - Girls'
Glee, Commerce Club, Stunt Show
MOUNTFORD, ARLENE - Glenette
Il, Band I, II
MUDGETT, KENNETH "KEN" - B
Basketball II, B Track II
MUELLER, TED "YEICE" - B Foot-
ball, Captain of Goonsquad
MUELLER, BRENDA - Glenettes I,
II, G.A.A. I, II, III, Stunt Show
III, Dress Board Committee III
MULHOLLAND, JACKIE "JAKE" -
Class Council I
MURRAY, PATRICIA "PAT" -
Thespians II, III, Stunt Show II,
III, Dance Recital III, Thespian Sec-
retary Ill, Fall Play III
MYERS, ESTHER - Student Con-
gress I, III, Commerce Club I, II,
Ill, Spanish Club II
MYERS, JACQUELYN "JACQUIE"-
Glenettes I, II, Ill, Congress I, Il,
Girls' Stunt Show I, ll, III, Nitro-
ettes ll, Dress Board I, II, III
NASON, DONALD O. "DON" -
Cross Country II, Ill, Honor So-
ciety I, II, III, Christian Student
Fellowship I, II, III, French Club
III, Key Club III
NELSON, JUDITH "JUDY"-Com-
merce Club I, II, III, A'CappeIlo
III, World Friendship Club I
NELSON, WILLIAM "BILL" - Ex-
plosion Production, B' Football
NICHOLS, SYLVIA MAY-Civinettes
II, Ill, Junior Statesmen I, II, III,
Student Congress, Class Council I,
II, III, Stunt Song Leader ll
NISH, RODERICK "ROD"-Sports
Pictures, Explosion, Track-A, B,
NOEL, JUDITH - Thespians III,
Cirtri G II, Scribblers' Club III,
OBUCHON, JUDITH "JUDD" -
Commerce Club II, Stunt Show III
OJEDA, CARMEL "TONI" - Junior
Statesmen III, World Friendship II,
III, Scribblers III President, Con-
gress III, Future Teachers III
OLINICK, JO ANN "JO"-Com-
merce Club, Glenettes
OLSON, ELDON-Latin Club I, Il,
Ill, French Club III, Honor So-
ciety I, Il, III, Future Teachers
OLIVER, BARBARA "BARBY" -
Class Council I, II, III, Christian
Student Fellowship I, Il, III, A'
Cappella III, Choralettes Il, Girls'
Stunt Show I, II, III
OTTOBON, GERALDINE "GERI" -
G.A.A. III, Commerce Club Ill, Y-
Teens I, Il
OVERHOLSER, KEN-Varsity Foot-
ball II, III
PACKARD, ROBERT.F.-B Football
I, Cross Country II, Ill, Track I, ll,
Ill, G Club ll, Ill
PACKARD, WILLIAM A R T H U R
"BILL"-Thespians II, III, Class
Council I, Fall Play I, Il, A'Cap-
pella I, Orators I, II
PALAZZOLO, ANTOINETTE "TONI"
-Commerce Club II, Regulated
Dress I, Cosmetology I, II, Ill,
PALMORE, STEPHEN-Public Ad-
dress Crew I, II, III, Audio Visual
Crew, Secretary Il, Communications
Officer, ROTC II, III
PALESE, RICHARD - Men's Glee
Club Il, III, Congress II
PARKER, JULIE-Pep Club Il, Com-
merce Il, III
PARMENTER, JEAN - Honor So-
ciety I, II, Future Teachers I,
G.A.A. I, II, III, Girls' League
Congress III, Stunt Show I, II, III
PATON, THOMAS GEORGE "TA"-
Student Court, G Court Il, III, Var-
sity Football I, II, III, Captain,
Varsity Basketball I, II, III, Varsity
Track I, Il
PAULSEN, SCOTT - Junior Class
Treasurer ll, Class Council ll, III,
Junior Statesmen President III, Fu-
ture Teacher I, Civitans Ill
PAYNE, CHARLOTTE "MAD RUS-
SIAN"-Class Finance Committee
ll, Ill, Class Council III, Girls'
League Congress III, Christian Stu-
dent Fellowship ll, III
PEDEN, WAYNE "PEDIE"-B Bas-
ketball I, II, C Track I, Gymnastics
PERA, DEAN-J,V. Baseball I, Il,
Varsity Baseball III, B Basketball
Il, Ill, Red Cross I
PERRY, SUSAN-Glenettes I, II, III,
Nitroettes II, G.A,A. III, Honor
Society III, Stunt Show ll, Ill
PETERS, PETER "PETE" - Science
Club II, III, Class Council III
PETERS, VENDELA "MICKEY" -
Commerce Club Ill, Stunt Show Ill
PETERSEN, JOYCE - Band I, II,
Dance Recital ll, Ill, Science Club
Ill, World Friendship III
PETRO, JACQULINE "JACQUIE"-
Class Council III, Dance Recital II,
III, Civinettes Ill, Future Teachers
Ill, Stunt Show Il, III
PHIL, SCOTT-Honor Society I, II,
Band I, II, Science Club
PIERCE, MARGERY "MARGIE"-
G.A.A. I, II, III, Nitroettes II, Ill,
Glenettes-Treasurer ll, Vice-Presi-
dent lll, Commerce Club II, Girls
G Club II
PIPER, GARY-Key Club-Secretary,
President III, Class Council II, Latin
Club II, Ill, Pep Council II
PIZZINI, QUENTIN-Junior Council
Il, Pep Council III, Honor Society
I, Il, III, Science Club I, Il, III
PLUMB, BURDETT "BlM"-B Foot-
ball I, Varsity Baseball I, Red
Cross Rep. III, Science Club III
POE, KATHERINE "KATHY"-GIen-
ettes II, III-Treasurer III, Congress
Il, Future Teachers Ill, Commerce
Club I, Stunt Show ll, Ill
PONCE, HARLEY "RICHARD"-
POND, KAREN-Thespians I
PORTER, LESLEY "LES"-Honor So-
ciety I, Il, Latin Club I, II, Ill, Fu-
ture Teachers I, II, III, G.A.A. I, II,
III, Symphonettes I, ll, III
POST, RICHARD "DICK"-Track III
POWERS, HEATHER - Commerce
Club I, II, III, G.A.A. I, Stunt Show
I, II, III, Regulated Dress Board II,
Junior Red Cross Ill
POWERS, MIRIAM "MIR"-Girls
Stunt Show I, II, III, Latin Club I,
Commerce Club III, Future Teach-
ers Club Ill, Glenettes-Secretary II,
PRATT, EDWARD "ED" - Class
Council III, Varsity Football Ill,
Varsity Track III
PRATT, LOWELL-Track Team I
PRIEBE, GARALD "JERRY"-Class
Council Ill, P.A. Crew Ill, Thes-
pians I II, III, Symphonettes I, II,
PRINCE, FRANK-Stage Crew II,
Ill: J.V Baseball II, B Football ll
PUEFER, THOMAS "TOM" - Latin
RANDALL, JUDITH "JUDY" -
G.A.A. I, Il, III, Baccalaureate
Lead II, Vice President of G Club
Ill, Honor Society I, Ill, Civanettes
RANDALL, ROBERT "BOB"-
RAUEN, JANE "DOC" -Junior
Statesman III, Regulated Dress
RAWLINS, CLAIR-Mixed Chorus I,
II, Orator III, Dance Recital III,
Key Club I, Latin Club
REDICK, TED-Symphonettes I, ll,
III, Chess Club I, II, Ill, Science
Club I, ll, III
REEVES, CAROLYN "TEXAS"-Reg-
ulated Dress Representative III, A
Cappella III, Radio Amateur III,
G.A.A. III, Christian Student Fel-
REID, SANDRA "SANDY"-Latin I,
Il, Glenettes Il, III, Nitroettes ll,
III, World Friendship III, G.A.A. I,
RENFTLE, GEORGE HGEORGIE BOY"
-Swim Team II, B Football I
REYNOLDS, LINDA-Civinettes II,
III, Dance Recital II, Ill, Stunt
Show ll, III, Red Cross I, Il, Ill,
G.A.A. l, ll, Ill
RICE, DON-Orchestra I, II, Band I
RIES, HAROLD "HAL"-A Football
RICH, MARY - Sangleader III,
G.A,A. I, ll, Symphonettes I,
World Friendship I, II, Nitraettes
RILES, DOLORES "DEE"-G,A.A. I,
II, III, Girls G Club Secretary III,
Commerce Club III, Girls Stunt
Show I, III
RINI, ANITA-Girls League ll, III
ROBERTS, DONALD D, "DON"-
Class Council I, II, III, Student
Congress I, II, Varsity Football II,
ROBERTS, SHIRLEY - Junior Red
Cross ll, Commerce I, Il, III, Girls
Stunt Show II
ROBERTSON, SANDRA "SANDY"-
Future Teachers Ill, Junior States-
man III, Dance Recital II, III,
Honor Society II
ROBINSON, JOANNE "JO" -
Choralettes II, Amateur Radio
Club, Dance Club, G.A.A.
ROBINSON, LYNDA-G,A.A. I, A
Cappella III, Choralettes I, II, Red
Cross Rep. II
ROSEN, JOHN-49er Il, III, Red
Cross I. Il, III, World Friendship
I, ll, Ill, R.O.T.C. Drill Team I,
ROWE, RENE-Student Congress I,
Ill, Commerce Club I, II
ROWLAND, DANIEL "DAN"-Class
Council I, II, Varsity Football II,
III, Key Club I
RUCKMAN, BARBARA LOU "BAR-
BIE"-Girls Stunt Show I, III,
Dance Recital I, Ill
RULSTON, JAMES "CURLY"-A9er
Ill, R.O.T.C, Ill
RUSSELL, COLLEEN-Red Cross I,
II, III, G.A.A. I, III, Science Club
III, Commerce Club Ill, Dance Re-
RUSSELL, JUDTH "JUDY" - Civin-
ettes II, Class Council ll, III, World
Friendship Club Ill, Dance Club II
RUSSELL, KAREN-Dance Club I,
Civinettes ll, Ill, Junior Statesmen
II, III, Dance Recital Il, Girls Stunt
Show I, II, III
RUSSELL, PATRICIA i'PATTY" -
Stunt Show III, Christmas Program
I, Glenettes I, II, III, World Friend-
RYAN, PATRICIA - French Club,
SACO, CAROL-Commerce Club II,
III, Dance I, ll, Ill, Pep Club Ill
SANGREN, MYRON "STRANGLER"
-G Club III, Varsity Football II,
SALYER, STEPHEN "STEVE"-Class
Council I, President and Vice-Pres.
World Friendship Club III, Treas-
urer Spanish Club Ill, A,F.S. Final-
ist II, Explosion ll, III
SCHAFER, CAROL-Regulated Dress
I, Lyric II, Honor Society III, Stunt
SCHARER, DALE-Honor Society I,
II, III, Baseball I, Basketball ll,
III, Symphonettes II, III, Class
SCHIEBER, CEDRIC-Jr. Red Cross
I, II, Ill, Pep Council II, III
SCHIRMER, YVONNE-Girls League
III, President of Dance Club III,
Hoover Court III, Honor Society I,
II, Ill, Congress I, II
SCHOLZ, GISELA-Senior Council,
Symphonettes III, Honor Society III
SCHOTT, JAMES-World Friendship
Club III, Christmas Program III
SCHUG, MARIE YVONNE "MEME"
-Lyric Club Ill
SCI-IULTZ, SYLVIA "SYL"-Co-ordi-
nator of Fine Arts II, Vice Pres. of
Girls League III, Treasurer of Jr,
Class II, Vice Pres. Thespians Ill,
Lead-Fall Play III
SCOTT, SUE-Girls League Board
III, Girls League Congress Ill,
'M i A g,,,.,.-
SEABOLD, RICHARD-Civitans II,
III, Basketball I, II, III, Swimming
I, II, III, Class Council III, 49er I,
SECKEL, JUDY "JUDS" - Class
Council ll, III, Pep Council II, III,
Jr. Statesmen, Congress I, II, Regu-
lated Dress Representative ll
SELTRECHT, SALLY SAL"-Corn-
merce Club III, Regulated Dress II
SHEPHERD, MARJORIE "MIDGE"-
G.A.A. I, Il, III, Red Cross Il, Ill,
Commerce Club III, Girls Regulated
SHRIVER, BARBARA - Symphon-
ettes II, Nitroettes Il, Commerce
Club III, Girls League Congress III
SILVER, FLORENCE-Glenettes I, II,
Red Cross III
SIMILA, ALAN-Varsity Basketball
I, ll, III, Jr. Civitans I, II, III,
49ers I, II, III, Honor Society I, Il,
Student Congress I, III
SIMONSON, CARYN LORENE "FLO"
-G.A.A. I, II, III, Cpanish Club
III, Future Teachers III, Honor So-
ciety III, World Friendship III
SIMPSON, JUDITI-I "JUDY" -
G.A.A. I, Il, III, World Friendship
Club III, Jr. Statesman III, Spanish
Club III, Commerce Club III
SKELLY, DION "DON"-Latin Club
II, Senior Council III
SLAVETT, DICK "FATS"-A Cap-
pella, Treasurer ot Key Club,
49ers, World Friendship Club, Pep
Council I, II
SLOAN, CECELIA-Commerce Club
I, Regulated Dress I, Dance Re-
cital II, World Friendship Ill, Red
SLOVAK, KAREN "COOKIE" - Ex-
plosion Staff III, Red Cross II,
Dance Recital II, III
SMITH, CALVIN -Symphonettes I,
SMITH, CAROL-Congress I, Ill,
Regulated Dress I, Commerce Club
I, Il, III, Girls Stunt Show I, Il,
III, Nitroettes II, III
SMTH, JOHN "BUTCl'l"-Junior
Statesmen II, Orchestra I
SMYTHE, NATALIE-Glenettes II,
SNOW, DAVID "DAVE" - Stylus
Photographer II, School Photog-
rapher III, Explosion Photographer
SOMICS, THERES "TERRY"-World
SONNTAG, MARJORIE "MlDGlE"
-Honor Society II, Ill, Future
Teachers Club Secretary ll, Stunt
Show I, Il, III, Junior Statesman
Secretary III, Girls League Board
SPARESUS, WILLIAM "HARRY"-
Key Club, R.O.T.C., A9ers, Pep
SPEARS, IRMA-P.F.C. I, II, Vice
Pres. II, Mixed Chorus I, Pep Club
SPEIERMAN, CHATELAIN "LAINEY"
-Jr. Council II, Jr. Statesmen I,
ll, III, Senior Class Council Ill,
Pep Council Ill
SPELGATTI, JOAN "JOANlE" -
Glenettes II, Ill, Congress III, Cla'
Council II, Dance Recital II, I
Stylus Editor III, Stylus II, Ill
SPILGER, PETER-Track I, ",
Senior Council III, World Fi nd-
ship Club Ill, Spanish Club I
STAHLBERG, JANICE-A Cappella
III, Student Christian Fellowship III
STALVEY, SONYA - Commerce
Club, Class Council II, Regulated
Dress I, G.A.A., Stunt Show
STANFORD, DAVE-Christian Stu-
dent Fellowship, A Cappella ll, III,
Men's Glee I
STARK, LINDA-A Cappella III,
Dance Recital II, Future Teachers
Club Ill, Stunt Show I, ll, Ill
STEPHENSON, CAROL ANN 'ASTE-
VIE" - Honor Society III, Com-
merce Club III
STERNQUIST, CAROL "STERNIE"-
Girls Stunt Show I, ll, Ill, G.A.A.
I, Glenettes Il, III, Latin Club I, Il,
Dance Recital II, Ill
STEWART, JOAN-Stunt Show ll,
STONE, KAREN-Student Body Sec-
retary III, World Friendship Club
Ill, Commerce Club I, Il, III, Honor
Society I, Stunt Show I, II, Ill
STRANGE, JANINE "JAN"-Glen-
ettes I, Dance Club I
SWINDLE, ROBERT "SWIN"-Bas-
TALBOT, STUART "TUCKER"-COrt-
TARALLO, BOB-Band II, III, Sym-
TAYLOR, CHUCK-Junior States-
man III, Senior Assembly Repre-
sentative, Pep Council III, Con-
TAYOR, LEE "MOOSE" - R.O.T.C.
I, II, Ill: Cabinet Ill, Congress ll,
Ill, Tableau III, Rifle Team ll, Ill
TAYLOR, LEWIS "LEW" -Class
Council Ill, Thespians Ill, Student
Congress I, Swimming Team I, ll,
III, Band I
TEACH, NANCY - Commerce Club
THOMANDER, DAWN-Class Coun-
cil II, Pep Club Treasurer III, Prom
Princess Il, Future Teachers Club
III, Fashion Show I, Il
THOMAS, GLORIA- Red Cross I,
Stunt Show II
THOMAS, LEE "TOM"-Congress I,
Il, Science Club I, Il, Pep Council
THOMAS, PATRICIA "PAT"-Glen,
ettes Ill, World Friendship Club
II, Commerce Club II, III
'lOMAS, SANDRA4Class Council
Editar ot Explosion Ill, Girls
que Board Ill, Co-ordinator of
...I , 'ts III
THI JCKMORTON, DENVER 'BUCK-
WHEAT'--Symphonettes I, ll, Ill
THROOP, JEANNIE-Girls Glee I,
Dance Recital ll, III, French Club
Sec. III, Honor Society II, III,
World Friendship III
TORREY, TRICIA "PATTl"-A Cap-
TOWNE, GEORGANNA - G.A.A,
Board II, III, Honor Society I, II,
III, Student Congress I,, Ill, Stunt
Show Yell Leader II, Spanish Club
TOWNSEND, TOM "GUS" - Pep
Council ll, Student Congress III,
Swimming Team ll, Ill
TRUMBULL, SUSAN "SUE"-Civiw
ettes ll, Ill, Spanish Club III,
Dance Recital II, III, Regulated
Dress Board III, Future Teachers
TURNER, BARBARA "BARB"-Stunt
Show I, Il, Ill, Spanish Club II,
Ill, Civinettes II, Ill, Student Con-
gress Il, III, Girls League Board III
UHL, JANET--President of Com-
merce Club III, President of Phila-
tetic Society IClubI Ill, Junior
Statesman Ill, Candy Store Mon-
ager II, III, Latin Club I, II
UNGER, ALAN-Swim Team II, III,
Civitans III, Latin Club I, Ill, Jun-
ior Statesman III
UPHAUS, BETTY-G.A.A. Tennis I,
Honor Society I, ll, Ill, Christian
Student Fellowship ll, III, Nitro-
URBON, CLARRIS "CLAIRE"-Com-
merce Club I, ll, Girls League Rep-
resentative II, Ill, Senior Represen-
tative Ill, Stunt Show I, II, III,
Junior Red Cross I, II
URQUIDEZ, DAVE "CHICO" - A
Cappella ll, III, Sophomore Chorus
l, Men's Glee I, Mix Chorus II,
VALLADAS, ANTONIO "TONY"-
Key Club III, World Friendship Ill,
Congress Ill, Jr, Red Cross Ill,
A Cappella III
VAN FLEET, GWYNNE-Commerce
Club I, ll, Ill, Pep Council III,
Student Congress III, Glenettes l,
II, III, G.A.A. II, III
VARHOL, PATRICIA "PAT"-Saph-
omore Class Treasurer, Class Coun-
cil I, ll, 60 Per Club I, ll, Ill,
Dance Recital II, Ill, Girls Stunt
Show I, ll, Ill
VEENSTRA, RONALD "RON"-Fall
Play Il, Ill, Spring Play ll, III,
Thespians Il, Ill, Drum Major Ill,
Symphonettes ll, Ill
VELTUM, DARRELL-Honor Society
ll, Ill, Christian Student Fellowship
I, ll, Ill, World Friendship Club I,
Il, President Ill, Junior Statesmen
I lSecretaI'YI: French Club ll, III
VICKERS, SHEENA - Commerce
VONK, PHILLIP "HONK" - Boys
League Pres. Ill, Pep Council III,
G Club III, Football Il, Ill, Con-
VOSS, JOHN "DIMPLES"-Track I
WAHL, JOAN "JOANIE"-Director
of Girls Athletics, President G.A.A.
Ill, Honor Society II, Ill, Girls
League Board III, G.A.A, I, II, III,
Board Ill, President of Commerce
WALDRON, STERLING-J.V. Base-
ball Il, Varsity Baseball Ill
WALKER, DELORES - Commerce
Club I, ll, Ill, Junior Council II
WALSH, RONALD-Orchestra I, Il
WARNER, JAMES "JIM" - Stylus
WARNER, JOHNSON - Key Club
III, Student Congress Ill, Latin
Club I, Swim Team I, Ill
WARREN, BETTY-Pep Council Ill,
Class Council III
WARREN, NORMA-Class Council
III, Student Congress ll, III, Junior
Statesman I, II, Ill, Civinettes Il,
Ill, Honor Society I, II
WARWICK, JIM-Spanish Club ll,
III, Baseball I, ll, III, Football I,
II, Ill: G Club II, III
WATSON, BEVERLY "BEV" -Girls
League Board I, Il, III, President
of Civinettes Ill, Class Council I,
ll, Ill, Honor Society l, ll, III,
G.A.A. I, Il, Ill
WEAVER, DAVID "HANK"-Honor
Society I, Latin Club I, Ill
WEBER, KATHIE - Glenettes II,
Commerce Club I, ll, lll
WEBSTER, GRACE - Glenettes I,
Writers Workshop I, II
WEDEMEYER, EDITH - Commerce
Club II, Ill, Girls League Repre-
sentative lll, Junior Red Cross I,
Stunt I, Il, III, Class Council III
WEISENBERG, DALE-Junior Coun-
cil ll, Stunt Show III, Commerce
Club I, II, III, Senior Class Secre-
tary III, Senior Council III
WEITZEL, KATHLYN "KAY"-Com
merce Club I, Choralettes, A Cap-
WELLS, JEAN "JEANIE"-Baccrr
laureate Lead ll, Class Secretary-
Treas. ll, Ill, Honor Society I, II,
III, Civinettes III, Girls Stunt Show
I, ll, Ill
WELTY, MICHAEL "MIKE" - Pep
Council III, Key Club ll
WERNETTE, DEBORAH "DEBBIE"-
Honcr Society I, Glenettes I,
French Club II, World Friendship
III, Junior Statesmen III
WEST, CAROLYN-Dance Recital II,
III, Stunt Show Songleader III, Ad-
vance Girls Glee III
WEST, JON-Football I, II, III:
Basketball I, ll, III, Baseball I, II,
Ill, Honor Society, Director of Boys
WHALEN, CONNIE - Commerce
Club I, ll, Ill, Jr. Red Cross Rep.
I, Il, Soph. Council I, Pep Council
ll, Congress Representative I
WHEATLEY, PETER HWHEETERH-
WHITE, CAROLYN - Explosion Il,
III, Stylus Ill, Pep Council Ill,
Dance Recital II, Ill, Girls Stunt
Show ll, III
WHITE, HARVARD "HARVEY"-B
Football Il, III, J.V. Baseball Il,
Varsity Baseball III, Pep Club Ill,
Jr. Red Cross III
WHITE, JOHN "JACK"-Track I,
ll, Ill, Pep Council Ill
WHITLEY, TOM-Football Il, III,
WHITTAM, CHARLES "MlKE"-
WIERDA, BILL-Key Club I, Jr.
WILLER, ARTHUR "ART"--Orches-
tra I, ll, III, Band III
WILSON, DAVID "DAVE"-Student
Body Yell Leader, Key Club I, Jun-
ior Statesmen ll, Pep Council II,
Ill, Fall Play II
WILSON, KAREN-Commerce Club,
Dance Recital, Stunt Show, G.A.A.
WILSON, LESLIE "LES"-Track ll,
III, Civitans Ill, Boys League Board
III, Honor Society I, ll, III, Cross
WILSON, NANCY-Future Teachers
Club III, World Friendship Club
Ill, G,A.A, I, II, III
WILSON, TOM "PEACHES" - Key
Club I, II, Ill, Science Club l,'Il
WINCHESTER, MARCIA-Latin Club
I, ll, Honor Society I
WITT, CHARLOTTE-Honor Society
I, II, Ill, French Club I, ll, Ill,
Girls Stunt Show I, Ill, G.A.A. I,
ll, Ill, Student Congress Ill
WOOD, DAVID "DAVE"-B Foot-
ball II, Spanish Club Ill, World
Friendship Club Ill
WOOD, DONALD-Key Club Il,
Ill, Chess Club Vice President II,
Science Club I, ll, III, Swimming
Team I, Il, III
WOOD, ED "BORASS" - Men's
WOOD, GORDON "DON" - Latin
Club I, II
WOODBRIDGE, MARY-Thespian I,
ll, III, Co-ordinator of Speech Arts
ll, Civinettes II, Ill, Program
Chairman of Girls League ll, Pres-
ident of Girls League Ill
WOLTHER, LARRY-Rifle Team III,
R.O.T.C. Military Police III
WORDEN, MARGARET "PEGGY"-
Red Cross Representative lll
YERKES, DAVE-Honor Society I,
C Track I, ll, B Track Ill, G Club
II, III, Key Club
YOUNGER, FLORENCE "PLO"-
Honor Society Ill, French Club II,
Ill: Dance Recital ll, Ill, Stunt
Show I, Il, Ill, Girls League Con-
ZALAR. LINDA-Girls Stunt Show
I. II, Ill, Girls League Dress Com-
Beaming with pride are the most successful people of this year's oratorical. They are:
Bob Johnson, Yell Leader, Bill Dawson, Speaker, and Sharon Whitley, song leader. The
Juniors sure have True Love for these three.
Ready Teddy? A Heartbreak Hotel full of Juniors
Playing For Keeps are clamouring for that old
Hound Dog, Elvis Presley at the Girls' Stunt Show.
This is Too Much!
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"America's Favorite?" Mr. Parker and two assist-
ants of the infamous Junior Class, are hopefully
dreaming of money they will bring in from their
"Kelley tickles the ivories, in the annual School Talent show. Wow! what Here, the preparation ofthe green room is being made for "White
C' BUbY Doll-" Christmas," or better known as the Junior Prom.
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Front: Diane Stubblefield-Trecr
surer, Lynn Scribner-Vice Presi-
dent, Kay Langton-Secretary. Mid-
dle: Dick Webb-President. Rear: ,
Bob Johnson-Yell Leader, Sharon ,
Row li Renie Romano, Carol Green, Dixie
Roth, Sue Carhart, Lynn Scribner, Pam Van
Wie, Mary Fitzpatrick, Barbara Hartman. Row
2: Brenda Cornelius, Sue Quick, Ann Nend-
ricks, Diane Stubblefield, Jone Ross, Sharon
Whitley, Bee Barrow, Barbara Pence, Pat
Haze, Teri Croxall, Gwen Copeland. Row 31
Steve King, Dwight Waite, Bill Bolen, Lane
Lopez, Dick Webb, Gary Balboch, Gary Brat-
cher, Ed Doyle, Willy Brostoff, Phil Wason,
Tom Sparrow, Don Tyler, Mike McNeill.
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Row li Betty Jo Sanders, Susie
L'-wen, Nancy Utech, Judy Johnson,
Nancy MacMahon, Jill Thompson,
Beryl Hoban, Susan Meyer, Lido
Watkins. Row 21 Carol Green, Renie
Romano, Sharon Whitley, Jone
Ross, Betty Slocum, Marilyn Perry,
Kathy Murphy, Brenda Cornelius,
Bee Barrow, Linda Lockwood, Linda
Arnds, Lynn Scribner, Rosemary
Montana Row 3: Gary Bratcher,
Bill Bolen, Dwight Waite, Steve
King, Leonard Christiansen, Dick
Webb, Gary Balboch, Bill Brostoff,
Tom Sparrow, Phil Wason, Don Tyler.
unior . .
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Row 1: Robbin Angelica, Gail Bonkey, Penny An-
derson, Lindo Arnds, Judy Anderson, Barbara At'
kinson, Nancy Atsinger, Joyce Bales.
Row 2: Barbara Barrett, Julie Bennett, Sue Barlow,
Ricky Beanchard, Margaret Ayneleine, Carolyn
Akira, Janet Baker.
Row 3: Larry Anderson, Bill Attig, David Achcroft,
Steve Austin, Dave Bame, Richard Anderson, Dick
Achterberg, Stan Bixler.
Row lr Judy Baldwin, Florence Bradford, Pot Blan-
ton, Elzo Bergeron, Barbara Briscoe, Beth Borup,
Judy Bollingmo, Barbara Jean Bernard.
Row Q. Charles Bozza, Ralph Blocker, George Boyn-
ton, J. Doe, Minnie Burks, Susan Blake, Bee Covow,
Bill Borklund, Stan Bixler, Don Beck, Dave Borne.
Row 3: Gary Bratcher, Kenneth Boone, "Willy"
Brostoff, Sieve Bridges, Jerry Brooks, Bill Bolen, Tom
Briggs, Bob Behrend, Lourie Beans, John Bradford.
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Row lr Phyllis Byson, Mary Bower Marcy Bradley,
Dorothy Bos, Gwen Copeland, Becky Blackwell, Jo
Ann Byrne, Bonnie Burtness.
Row 2: Pat Cornevoli, Barbara Caloolo, Ann Bungoy,
Bonnie Burleson, Corinne Campbell, Judy Cass,
Row 3: Morris Brown, Wayne Calhoun, John Butter-
wick, Joe Brennan, Bill Brown, Richard Carlson,
D D D P
Row lg Roslyn Chunnon, Chaire Christiansen, Anne
Conner, Carolyn Cooper, Judy Coleman, Alice Chew,
Row 2: Dolly Cooper, Suzy Carhart, Linda Cooper,
Gretchen Clemmons, Betty Cleave, Margie Brown,
Row 31 Charles Cobb, Otto Cass, Soverino Castro,
Tam Bonetto, Tom Caves, Mike Crockett, Gary Cas'
Row l: Pat Dundas, Maraia Cllevoos, Louise Di-
Tullio, Sandy Dyck, Melinda Dunn, Gladys Dull,
Row 2: Ronald Drake, Bruce Brenner, David Cox,
Carol Down, Elizabeth Edwards, Joyce Eaton, Dove
Dryden, Whitey Cox.
Row 3: Jim Copeland, Tom DePhamphilis, Ed
Downes, Ed Doyle, Leonard Christiansen, Ron Ed-
wards, Cody Begley, Ned Durham, Tom Sparrow,
Row la Annette Cunningham, Betty Jane Davis, Judy
Dart, Pat Decker, Kay Deethardt, Marian Cunning-
ham, Teri Croxall.
Row 2: Richard Dixon, Bill Dawson, Brenda Cor-
nelius, Doreen Day, Sylvia Curtis, Donna Dedo, Ron
Row 3: lan Breslow, George Capos, Don de Penne,
John Christie, Dan Davison, Dennis Cook, Jim Don-
forth, Bill Dow.
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Row l: Sally Evens, Carol Gilbert, Sharon Good-
man, Lynn Fraser, Carol Green, Janet Gulbrandson,
Row 2: Anne Gribbon, Shirley Godfrey, Elaine Gil-
leran, Susie Green, Rochelle Garlow, Antoinette
Marino, Jayne Gillis.
Row 3: Bill Gabelmon, Dennis Gillem, Stan Groth,
Bob Gonzalez, Carl Groybill, John Doe, Barry Ger-
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ROW I. Tina Fogg, Linda Ford, Judy Flicker, Wendy
Ferguson, Sarah Eroh, Vickie Fliedner, Mary Fitz-
Row 2: Dick Erdos, Diana Dunn, Shari Foster, Eliza-
beth Force, Alice Eshe, Wayne Embree.
Row 31 Bill Fasono, Pete Finnigan, Carl Forbes, Tom
Farley, Russell Ferbraclcie, Dave Erickson.
Row I: Barbara Hartman, Dolores Ginnever, Janice
Gray, Mayo Higson, Diane Hatteberg, Nancy Greer,
Row 2: Ann Frye, Pat Gould, Abby Friedman, Bar-
bara Hadian, Charlotte Hagar, Donalie Haskell, Jo
Hayden, Anne Harrison.
Row 8: Miles Haskins, Tom Hanley, Bob Hammell,
Don Goss, Bill Hartman, Tom Harris, Dick Halgren,
D P D D D D D D D D
Row li Sandy Hardy, Susie Hermann, Janice Hirt
Sandy Hoffer, Marion Hoffman, Patt Haymond
Row 2: Linnea Wood, Judy Gibson, Cathy Casey
Nancy Hamilton, Carolyn Gayrich, Joan Harper,
Judy Hirtle, Pat Haze.
Row 3: Dave Hartman, Bob Hetherington, Lee Harris
Andy Holmberg, John Doe, Tom Harris.
Raw 1: Carolyn A. Johnson, Barbara Hunter, Bar-
bara Koch, Carolyn S. Johnson, Carolyn Kinnison,
Dorinda Keeney, Sandy Jackson.
Row 2: Cora Heckey, Linda Klug, Pat Kincer, Lorelie
Kling, Joyce Kelly, Joyce Jones, Robert Jones, Don
Kleeman, Ken Keasey, Jeff Joy, Bob Jones, Allen
Kipper, Bob Johnson,
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Row I: Carolyn Jensen, Janice Jensen, Kay Hult-
gren, Gurine Hubert, Elaine Hownsell, Kathysue Hig-
gins, Mary Jayne Jantink.
Row 2: Ann Hendricks, Joan Hinderson, Naomi
Hackett, Sharon Hohm, Judy Jobe, Regine lnslee,
Adrienne Hotonian, Judy Johnson.
Row 3: Gary Hodge, Jim Hooton, Dave Hull, Jim
Horn, Bob Jensen, Jay Jeffers.
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Row T: Linda Lockwood, Shirley Mann, Nancy
MacMohon, Jackie Lickrnann, Peggy Lillig, Lynn
Laffler. Row 21 John Doe, John Lowson, James
Lawerence, John Knight, Bob Kumpe, Don Kroah.
Row 3: Bob Smith, Kenneth Lawrence, Bill Smith,
Jim Lomen, Frank Kubisch, John Hogan, Dove
pe l..J ik
D D D D D P D D D D D D D
Row 1: Dottie Leonette, Carole Ker, Eleanor Legge,
Ceceile Lash, Jeanne Kisner, Linda Kunka, Nancy
Livoni. Row 2: Bobs Kreitzer, Judy Lloyd, Terry
Langstaff, Susan Locke, Kay Langton, Diane Bates,
Peggy Leech, Edward Kleinau. Row 3: John Lee,
Bill Long, Bob Long, Bill Johanneson, Leon Le-
Cleur, Steve Little, Stephen King, Ken Ellert.
Row I: Heather Marten, Judiane Marshall, Vicki
Mattson, Barbara Marvel, Ardith Meadows, Ann
Metcalf, Denise McMillan. Row 21 George Mc-
Swain, John Monson, Mike McNeill, Mae MeCor-
mick, Russ Molury, Bob Manspar, Rick Mathews.
Row 31 Dick Marshall, Chuck Lovell, Bob Mack,
John Doe, Bill Lane, John Smith, Bob Smith.
D D P D D D P D D D D P D
Row li Susan Meyer, Penny Moore, Toni Mc-
Donald, Jan McDermott, Karen Matgen, Jackie
Miller, Judy Mitchell. Row 2: Nadine Minkoff,
Dianne Molvin, Kathy Melville, Carol Mead, Irene
Morin, Rosemary Montana, Judy Meisenbach. Row
3: John Doe, Gary Logan, Phil Lozano, Eddie
Mayo, Jim Loyola, John Smith, Charles Lovell, Bill
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Row li Pat Noe, Sue Nevins, Gail Newton, Gay
Myles, Kaye Nisbet, Judy Norman, Mardith Nare-
gan. Row 2: Phil Owens, Roy O'Megahan, Dorian
Naimark, Virginia Ogle, Loretta Nuccio, Bonnie
Nish, Jim Pascoe, James Smith. Row 3: Skip Ne-
well, Robert Nauman, Jerry Otis, George Olson,
Rolfe Niemeyer Norm Nason, Doug Newell, Torn
Norwood, Joel Packard. I
Row 1: Louise Moore, Evelyn Morisset, Linda Mor-
ris, Dottie Morris, Bette Moser, Olivia Mulvihill.
Row 2: Bob Moulton, Jack Moulton, Coleen Mor-
rison, Kathie Murphy, Janet Mountford, Bill Mon-
tiia, Gary Minkin, Row 3: Steve Menne, Wilsey
Martin, Chuck Millen, Bill Mortimer, John Morti-
mer, Charles Meyer, Jim Moulton, Phil Mason.
Row I: Sue Bicknell, Flo Reid, Virginia Pratt, Sue
Quick, Pat Reslock, Janet Retzlaff, Donna Reed,
Row 2: Richard Priest, Bill Prudhomme, John Read,
John Doe, Connie Riedel, Bob Powell, Mark Preis,
Ralph Priest, John Palphs. Row 3: Calvin Burt, Lee
Cook, Mike Quinn, Neil Powers, Pete Price, Keith
Walberg, John Smith, Fred Riedel.
D D D D D D P D D D D D D
Row 1: Justine Phillips, Dorothy Pickard, Barbara
Pence, Gary Parker, Marilyn Perry, Nancy Pflueger,
Rose Marie O'Donnell, Barbara Park. Row 2: Jim
Phypers, Bob Penland, Cindy Hoot, Marilyn Pomer-
leau, Barbara Pope, Bill Pierce, Laddie Potts, John
Parks, Bill Parker. Row 3: Dennis Porrett, Stan
Partridge, John Patterson, Bob Perret, Roger Peck,
John Doe, Bill Pontillo, Bob Parker.
Row If Melinda Royce, Joni Ross, Lindo Sondos,
Renie Romano, Dixie Roth, Betty Jo Sanders,
Sharon Sawyer. Row 21 Wayne Sackett, Jerry Ren-
strom, Sandy Rudel, Judy Rubin, Donna Roberts
Sue Rini, John Doe. Row 3: Gaylord Rippley, Bob
Russo, Bill Hahnlein, Scot Ruegg, Tony Reef, Bill
L QE' N
D P P D P P
Row l Rolueva Shanklin, Nancy Scliarer, Rhoda
Siglei, Emily Sliochat, Dee Ann Shinkle, Peggy
Scnoble, Sandee Slnuck
Row U. Laurelle Scnieler, Lynn Scribner, Judy Sex-
ron, Anita Schweitzer, Valerie Schuh, Drucille Schal'
ler, .loan Van Dyke,
Raw 31 Joe Sherman, Gary Scribner, Dave Roberts,
Cecil Selman, John Brown, Paul Schneringer, Torn
Holsr, Jim Allred,
Row lz Carolyn Younger, Laurie Brann, Joan Sulli-
yan, Margaret Snook, Janice Spong, Pauline Speck,
Raw 2: Sharie Stys, Marilyn Blackwell, Diane Stub-
bleheld, Barbara Snavely, Chrystal Shanclalier, Sallie
Sundahl, Phil Srockman.
Row 3: Don Stodloerger, Gary Steingrebe, Richard
Munlcin, Joseph Archwelder, Stu Szidahl.
Row iz Nancy Sisson, Laura Smith, Susan Smith,
Shirley Starr, Sandy Sill, Donna Shaw, Pat Shaw.
Paw 2: Barbara Stawell, Donna Sodoma, Jo Anne
Schaack, Linda Schneppershoff, Betty Slocum, Ursula
Spilger, Sue Snyder, Sandy Staley.
Row 31 Ron Smith, Roy Sharp, Wayne Shaags, John y
Sipple, Gary Doe, Dave Smith, Charles Smith, l
D D D P D D D D D D D D D
Row l: Sandy Walker, Sharon Whitley, Claire Wies-
ley, Eloise Whitesell, Nancy Utech, Diane Tang,
Row 2. Sandy Hughes, Barbara Waynick, Mary
Wheeloch, Judy Sragner, Ruth Ward, Roni Williams,
Row 3: Ray Wells, Kay Van Warmer, Jim Walton,
Roger Williams, Dick Webb, John Werton, John
Weaser, Don Walsh, Don West.
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Row 1: Dee Jay Tugby, Laurie Tunnell, Cheryl
Taliaferro, Jill Thompson, Pam Van Wie, Karen
Towers, Judy Turnlaall.
Row 2: Julie Tucker, Jonnalee Hartman, Donna
Thomas, Bonnie Thompson, Linda Traeger, Glynne
Todd, Sharon Rigg, Cherie Terkla.
Row 31 Tab Turner, Don Tyler, Eric Sfice, Bob Stover,
David Voralik, Verne Tarks, Ronnie Turner, Don Uhl.
Row 11 Linda Watkins, Joan Wilson, Helen Zywczok,
Judy Weston, Gail Winbigler, Marsha Wilson, Kathy
Row 2: Dennis Willannos, Trudy Wright, Joanne
Woitha, Susanne Willson, Carol Wiesiahn, Don West,
Row 31 Bill Wagoner, Jim Wizatt, Dave Western,
Harold Watson, Darrell Wood, Jerry Wholey, Ronnie
Zakreski, Don Wall, Gary Yukl.
NCHTIME-finals a typical group of Junior girls discussing
e daily events between bites of food. They are left to right:
anne Kisner, Dotty Morris, Pat Dundas, Carol Ker, and
9.-.f .f..,.."'.Tff' " 7 f , 'Q' ' , .Q
t LOOKS LIKE KNOWLEDGE SUPPED AWAY as Betty
N Jo Sanders' and Vickie Fliedner's books bite the
dust. Heres hoping the newly enforced tardy law
doesn't change their happy faces.
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PLAN AHEAD-Thinking about studying are these
four JuniorsSThinking mind youp no action, Left
to right are: .lack Caselles, Carole Ker, Doug Dick-
inson and Dolly Cooper.
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Soph ore Cfficers
Dennis Carliart .A ' X
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Mr. Dudley Graham
Row lf Jocey Delmonte, Sharon Lee, Pat
Proto, Brenda Robichcux. Row 2: Kathy
Hamel, Joy Burton, Judy Scribner, Lindo Hoy,
Gail Seabury, Kathy McFarland, Bonnie Cook,
Sue Williams. Row 3: Bonnie McCormack,
Gerry Mitton, Ruth Ballinger, Harriet Wood-
hard, Charlotte Hunter, Linda Bonk, John
Campbell. Row 4: Bob Hensler, Gary Nelson,
Denny Corhort, Leon Cunningham, Fred Port,
Skip Wells, Larry Sagers, Mike Pierce.
Secretary, Brenda ROblCl1OUX Song Leader, F01 Prgttg
TVEOSUVGVV 5ll0"0f1 lee Yell Leader, Mike Pierce
Which witch has the Toni? These lovelies cackle with
evil glee at the suggestion of this witch to modernize
witchcraft in an effort to win the election in the Soph-
omore Class Stunt Show.
Speaking for the Sophomore Class in the
Oratorical was Sue Williams, for left.
A few of the people who helped with
the Sophomore Tableau were Kathie Wa-
ters, Gail Bertin, and Chris D' Arc, shown
Working hard to make the Sophomore Dance a success
was the Sophomore Decoration Committee.
Row I: Bonnie Blake, Chris Bardwell, Sandy Bald-
win, Audry Bahr, Sandy Barondess, Vickie Baugh-
man, Barbara Askew, Ida Boehm. Row 2: Erlen
Boyce, Marlian Bohn, Carolyn Bohn, Julie Bradford,
Sue Blackstone, Gail Benin, Gayl Ashcroft, Ann Bon-
nar, Mary Berghuis. Row 3: Doug Benadom, Don
Bondan, Dave Beckoe, Jim Bough, Ritchie Bensal,
Ronnie Boggince, Ronnie Beane, George Bearie, Bill
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Row 1: Donna Ackerhurst, Sherry Anderson, Carol
Anderson, Deonne Anderson, Jane Adams, Nancy
Allen, Sharon Anderson, Carolyn Ahlers, Gerta
Alisch. Row 2: Chuck Auer, John Arnds, Ruth Ball-
inger, Sharon Arendle, Barbara Avrine, Roberta
Barne, Diane Auston, Wally Adrin. Row 3: Sam An-
derson, Gary Axerson, Eldon Anderson, Henry Al-
yorez, John Axelson, Bud Anderson, Dave Anderson.
Row is Judy Billingeley, Virginia Boulger, Lindo
Bonk, Joy Burton, Carole Berke, Evalyn Brown,
Donna Briscoe. Row 2: Richie Benson, Sieve Bren'
ner, Jim Bowden, Michael Brant, Alan Boehmer,
Greg Brought. Row 3: Gary Brown, Chuck Brady,
Jeff Briscole, Tim Bice, Jim Bough, Dick Batlrell.
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Row lg Loretta Bunch, Sharon Burke, Bonnie Burton,
Laurel Brown, Peggy Burns, Pot Bishop, Delia
Browne, Bette Broom, Row 2: Nancy Clausen, Sara
Carlton, Lucy Cammilleri, Neta Cash, Judy Byerly,
Cynthia Case, Bev Campbell, Margaret Cabelin, Pat
Byers. Row 3: Dick Chrisman, Steve Chenoweth,
Dennis Buechler, Jack Christy, John Campbell, Jim
Cash, Chuck Carey, Paul Beckett.
Row lf Deanne Crawford, Rosemarie Crimo, Bar-
bara Clark, Connie Cooper, Judy Comstock, Shirley
Conner, Janet Davis, Sharon Cox. Row 2: Richard
Davis, Jim Davies, Bob Cianncio, Ronele Carain,
Karen Croft, Robert DeMoss, Art Faiers. Row 3: Sam
Clement, Jim Crow, Bill Champin, Garrett Commlis,
John Cope, Mike Courtenary, Vince Cicone.
. . . .Class
Row lt Bonita Christopher, Judy Carsle, Dawn
Churchill, Diane Collier, Marilyn Chaffee, Margie
Castlen, Betty Clark, Susan Cizek, Row 2: Jerry
Christian, Carole Correles, Carylon Copeland, Susie
Clark, Suzan Clark, Bonnie Cook, Jim Combest,
Row 3: Darryl Chapman, Phillip Church, Gary Clay-
burgh, Wayne Colett, Dove Collier, Gary Castle, Bob
Carhart, Denny Carhart.
Row 1: Sharron Demmelmaier, Christine D'Arc,
Laurie Daniell, Darlene Curtis, Marlene Curtis, Shir-
ley Cronan, Velma Curtindale. Row 2: Deon Colvin,
Sal Dimarco, Sue Davis, Jennifer Dovis, George del
Campo, Pete Diamond. Row 3: John Crosetti, Bruce
Daniels, Clay Crowley, George Cook, Emillo Del-
gado, Kenneth Day, John Eley.
Row it Helen Delong, Kathleen DeGrazia, Pat De-
Jacomo, Lynne Davis, Jocey Delmonte, Elizabeth
Dennori, Solly Davis. Row 2: Ed Escher, Bob Thorn-
worth, David Fergusen, Roger Duke, Dennis Elwell,
Dick Easthmon, Kenneth Erickson, Row 3: Arthur
Duncan, Ron Eastman, Jim Edwards, Larry Dyke,
Row 1: Sandy Enlow, Nancy Downes, Linda Durley,
June Galloway, Mary Dawson, Marie Elarde, Tami
Eliot, Sindy Encines. Row 2: Jerry Ford, Jeannie
Dupuis, Craig Glenn, Carlisle George, Tom Evans,
Jerry Grammalo, Pat Dominick, Jim Gibson. Row 31
Don Gira, Bob Gardiner, Gary Glozier, Kenneth
Temple, John Doe, Stephen Fitch, Paul Filliger,
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Row l: Penne Freebarin, Jo Ann Ferona, Janie
Fisher, Penny Forbes-Robinson, Judie Fox, Mary
Fisher, Judy Flegal, Kathy Forsnas. Row 2: Gordon
Grimmeihs, Larry Grey, Karwyn Goodrich, Nancy
Goeller, Louise Galindo, Marvin Gsell, Jere Gray.
Row 3: Gary Hahn, Larry Hall, Eddie Hagin, Rich-
ard Graham, Daniel Hantman, Dave Haber.
Row lf Carol Gerz, Barbara Ganabedian, Darlene
Gilmore, Charloire Geboe, Joyce Pladfiey, Judy
Goodyear, Emma Low French, Lynne Gordon. Row
2: Warren Harkins, John Hays, Robert' Haynes, Bob
Hill, Bob Heady, Brad Hendricks, Gary Hickling.
Row 3: Roy Hermann, Bob Bragg, George Goudie,
Gary Freiman, Bruce Gray, Stephen Haymond, Bob
Hartley, Stan Haring.
Row lf Mary Hall, Barbara Guerrero, Cindi Graham,
Mary Graves, Lorna Haas, Shirley Galbraith, Sue
Groshans, Judy Griffin. Row 2: Robert Hass, Larry
Hoffman, Sharon Greig, Joan Green, Sharon Gregg,
Par Hale, Sue Greenleaf, Allen Hufnagel. Row 3:
David Hopkins, Jack Hoffman, Bob Huggeh, James
Grady, Dick Denny, John Hayes, Bob Hensler, Ralph
Row l, Robin l-lorlline, Charlene Huos, Yvonne
Horvey, Dione Hoyes, Gretchen Hortwig, Betty
Kelkey, Anno Helms, Pormelee Horris. Row 21 Gory
Hubbord, Bonnie Honson, Emily Hullone, Kothy
Cornel, Sondy Heorn, Keren Heitmon, Sharon Hull,
Roy Hoyol, Bill Johnson. Row 3: John Doe, Tom
Horton, Russell Howell, Bill Hughes, Jon Hillen,
Clork Jolley, Tom Jenkins, Brod Hendricks, John Doe,
D P D D D D P D P
Row l: Revo Johnson, Chorlotte Hunter, Borboro
Humphreys, Jon Hull, Corol l-lumiston, Jonet John-
son, Judy Joissle, Sonio Hubner. Row 2: Dorris
Jolliffe, Fred Lehrncln, Bill Jonyleinds, Dick Kreck,
Bruce Jones, Bill Koerner, Tom Zock, Bill Austin,
Row 3: Carol Lockwood, Howord Kelly, Joe Kroen-
ing, Bill Koyocs, Don Luke.
Row It Beth Holmen, Lee Ann Holden, Glorio Henry,
Linolo Hendcrshot, Robin Harris, Corolyn Hoop, Jeon
Holley, Lindo Hoy. Row 2: Andrea Hosler, Bob Jock,
Gordon Scott, Tony Hoyn, Bill Jencks, Jim Locey,
Diane Hoehn, Row 3: Terence Jacobson, Wayne
Inez, Martin Jocobstein, Horvey Jedynok, John
Komer, Roy Hoyol.
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Row l: Judie Leonard, Mary Ann La Greea, June
Linclsiedr, Kay Lewsar, Rosalie Laescher, Ellen Kneid-
ing, Jeanne Moreau, Connie Loremzen. Row 2:
Jesse McGenty. Jean Lunkley, Cathie Kreisel, Sharon
Lee, Linda Lamb, Mike Millard, Row 3: Jon Lloyd,
Roger Mercier, Jim Marvin, Bill McCall, Scoti Mac-
Donald, Mike McFadden, Tom McAdams, Bill Lyceti.
D D D D D P P D D P P
Row iz Dorothy Kimball, Marcia Kalde, Janice Kin-
nan, Ruth Kennedy, Diana Kershner, Jean Hubbard,
Linda King, Carolyn Key. Row 21 Bill Martin, Earl
Max, Jerry Liebershach, Rickie Lipp, Ernie Lund,
Terry Loft, Michael McClurg, Joan Kipper. Row 3:
Tony Marquet, Jerry Lee, Mark Lerner, Allan Loft,
Row I: Tom Marconni, Leslie Marshall, Ginger Man-
etfe, Cleo Miller, Darla Kaye, Marie Matarazzo,
Carol Mason, Tom Misskinnis. Row 2: Charles Mist-
rella, Terry McMahon, Nicky Matthews, Diane Mar-
tin, Carole MacSween, Emily Maniccia, Brenda Leon-
ard, Nanci Jo Muller. Row 3: Fred McCord, Don
MacDonald, Dave Mock, Terry Michael, Wayne
Merzy, John Doe, Joe Monarco,
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Row 1: Johanne Matteson, Rose Lynn McCormick,
Bonnie McCulIack, Karen Lee Marshall, Diane Mc-
Bain, Linda McCrary, Charlotte McCullough, Julie
Manderbach. Row 2: Bob Papstein, Sandy Pera,
John Doe, John Orose, Cindy Malone, Bonnie Mc-
Cormick, Susie Mariette, Dave Nelsson. Row 3:
Kelly Merz, Jim McQuay, Steve Olson, Jack Patter-
son, Lee Molho, John Nilson, Mike McFadden, Gary
Nelson, Dave Paxton.
Row l: Linda Meloch, Roberta McShirley, Debbie
Metcalf, Kathy McFarland, Sylvia McDowell, Sandy
McDougall, Janice Maneki, Gerry Michael. Row 2:
Peggy Minni, Robin Paulsen, Richard Kince, Camille
Meyers, Melanie Meyers, Shelia McFadden, Marsha
Metsher, John Doe. Row 3: Jerry Martin, Jack Main,
Tim Michael, Gordon Snaoe, Tim Rote, John Smith,
Row l: Nancy Jo Muller, Jerry Mitton, Donna Mor-
gan, Melissa Morgan, Yulanda Parre, Jane Ken-
dall, Dianna Nicolous. Row 21 Gordon Rawlins, John
Redfen, Bob Rector, Dick Pressnall, Tim Rote, SuAnn
Murray, Row 3: Tom Prescott, Chuck Rea, Ed Prono,
Jim Pollock, Eddie Brown, John Doe.
D D D D D D D D D D D D D
vv l: Sandy Murphy, Sharron Parrish, Marie Pan-
, June Patterson, Glenna Pappass, Linda Odell
nnie Nichols, Pat Prata. Rovv 2: Patricia Neidrick,
b Roe, Lynn Roundtree, Larry Rich, Jerry Schmitt,
:lson Rising, Correen Packciicl. Row 3: Lee Ryan,
'hard Ryan, Ruffin Ring, Jim Robb, Arvid Ronn-
,dt, Gerry Robbins, Conrad Rogers.
iv l: Bonny Pyles, Valrie Piersol, Judy Pratt,
ne Pazulis, Vivian Plumb, Susie Rogan, Beth Ann
my, Cindy Raclner, Rovv 2: Ray Sandborgh,
:hael Sander, Virginia Pool, DeAnn Park, Pat
scoe, Nancy Ross, Rockne Rudolph, Peter Rusch.
fv 3: Ken Schulke, John Schiels, Bob Runnels, Roy
imidt, Steve Sabel, John Samuel, Trent Sanders,
9 Russell, Bill Simon.
N l: Sue Rathsburg, Donna Rieck, Linda Riehl,
-ncla Robichaux, Karen Risinger, Judy Scribner,
ice Sadler, Toni Reindl. Row 2: Carol Scherribri,
in Rossall, Judy Schoen, Claudia Scott, Jackie
ter, Bryna Schneider, Sharon Rusler. Row 3:
nrles Scott, Mike Sauers, Larry Sagers, Dennis
tila, Dick Shelly, Victor Shavv, John Sheely, Steve
Soph more .........
Row l: Gunilla Stavenovv, Mary Stockel, Linda
Steele, Midge Soule, Nancy Taylor, Laree Smitlt,
Pat Stillman, Sltirley Stadler. Row 2: Jim Manning,
Jo Ann Solberg, Pat Stovall, Gloria Smith, Beverly
Smith, Sltaron Smitlt, Carol VerVVest, Connie Sonn-
tag, Otto Tlteuser. Row 3: Gary S
Svvinclle, Tom Suter, Don Treptow, George Stafford,
Bob Stratton, Fred Thompson.
Row l: Jerilyn Skinner, Rutlt Seliava, Beverly Simp-
son, Pat Sltomler, Gail Seabury, Susie Scott, Kathie
Sclteels, Carole Simmons. Raw 2: Kenneth Stilts,
Stan Rouse, Diane Shapiro, Marlene Slutman, Mary
Sears, Katlty Suiertsen, Robert Stebbings, Lewis
Stoddard. Row 3: Doug Stringer, Darrell Suther-
land, Curt Campbell, Tom Sloan, Berry Spencer,
Ted Stovever, Gregory Sutton, Everett Snook.
Row if Phyllis Stephens, Linda Sturgeon, Carol Jean
Tenclt, Barbara Thompson, Heath Stokes, Rita
Swartz, Mary Taylor, Geri Sullivan. Row 2: Nancy
Taylor, Tom Veltum, Tom Tuttle, Don Trovers, Buddy
Tunnell, Betlt Szostek. Row 3: Joltn Tomei, Allan
Trotter, Vance Treidler, Tom Tyrrell, Dale Townsan,
Bob Vaughn, Alan Tisdale.
Row li Pam Thomson, Ann Tomlinson, Sheila Wood,
Harriet Woodward, Joanna Vanderbyl, Kim Thomas,
Barbara Thorsgard, Linda Turner. Raw 2: Paul
Weaver, Jim Werner, Rosanne Tirotta, Darelle Tur-
ner, Dianne Tomlin, Kay Van Vleet, Marilyn Teide-
manne, Louis White, Bob Wiseman, Row 3: Bill
Wayman, Larry Weeshoff, Garrett Wesp, Gary Wex-
ler, Skip Wells, Darryl Wright, Spencer Weiser,xTom
Webber, Erin Wickhorst, Christy Walsh.
Row lg Sue Wagner, Gloria Waldron, Beverly Oien,
Mary Jo cle los Reyes, Kathy Water, Penny Vargish,
Ruth Wallace, Nancy Waltrier. Row 2: Carol Wahl,
Nancy Wheelock, Roberta Vollhardt, Pat Watson,
Cecile Edie, Judy Warner, Bonnie Wilson, Sandra
Woltze. Row 3: Bob Wolf, Jeff White, Tory Yaphe,
Jay West, AI Willerns, Bruce Winchester, Chuck
Row lf Bonnie Meek, Bonnie Mohr, Margaret Mohr,
Kelly Nicholes, Susan Mariette, Jane Doe, Darlene
Moore, Sharon Moore, Jane Doe, Jane Jones. Row
2: Penny Morris, Jo Ellen Homan, Bruce Rice, Fred
Port, Sandy Pera, Jane Doe, Kathie Montana. Row
3: Bob Petersen, Jack Patterson, Mike Pierce, Randy
Randsan, John Pitts, Clair Patchen, Roger Phillips,
John Srnith, John Doe.
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Row li Caroline Young, Marilyn Wolther, Jo Lee
Waggener, Anna Mae Wheelloager, Bonnie Wells,
Harierr Woodward, Claire Crowley. Row 21 Lynne
De Leroy, Janice O'Neal, Mary Henderson, Pal
Whiting, Julie Wiese, Marilyn Weitz, Lynne Wana-
cofi, Sharon Weaver. Row 3: John Zennairer, Bob
Wilson, Henry Zwicky, Gary Yowell, Richard Tyler,
Don Winrz, Harley Young,
Row l: Melinda Zemke, Kay Weston, Windy Wood-
ford, Mariorie Win, Caroline Wiles. Row 2: Deb-
orah Zeller, Alaris Welfner, Virginia Wiley, Mary
Wynhausen, Shirley Waddingfon,
This picture is dedicated to the John Does and
Jane Does who are too camera shy.
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Amazed Sophomores are slightly confused the first
day of school as they enter the world of Glendale
High for the first time to begin the long climb of
Curiosity lcillecl the cat! Satisfaction brought it
back! That may be true, but unless these Sopho-
mores leave pretty soon they are going to be very
wet cats as they peer around the corner to the
forbidden land ofthe Senior Glen,
luite by accident Miss Snyder comes on the scene
f these two Sophomores cleaning out their locker
nd finding out that six or seven people con't fit
:to one locker without quite a large mess! !
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"EXPLOSION" PI-IOTOGRAHER AN
REPORTERS APPEAR IN THE
STYLUS DEVELOPING TRAY.
ORGANIZATIONS--MIXING THE DESIRE FOR GROUP PARTICIPATION WITH
SPECIAL INTERESTS. GLENDALE OFFERS GROUP ACTIVITIES TO PLEASE EVERY
TASTE. EVERY STUDENT IS ENCOURAGED TO MEET WITH AT LEAST ONE CIUB
AT THE 11:20 ACTIVITY PERIOD.
STUDENT BODY GOVERNMENT W
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Head Song Leader
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President of G.A,A,
Cabinet, as a group, poses for ci picture.
Student Body. President I
Director ot Boys' Athletics
Cabinet . .
During the tirst-semester Cabinet's term, plans tor a suc-
cessful season began with a tlourish and gave students
many activities in which to engage. Many long hours
were spent in planning and decorating tor the Backward
Dance which was the highlight ot the Cabinet's term,
The budget, next on the agenda, appropriated money
tor various school activities such as laying aside money
for the Dance Recital, School Plays, Explosion, Stylus,
School Publicity, etc. Several issues that were brought
up during the course ot the semester were also debated
upon by the capable Cabinet.
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DELLA DAN ELLI
Director of Assemblies
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President of Girls' League
MR. WALLACE RANKIN
Co-oralinator of Organizations
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Co-ordinator of Fine Arts
Director of Publicity
DUANE WI LLS
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President of Boys' League
Head Yell Leader
Sophomore Class President
Junior Class President
Senior Class President
Head Song Leader
JAMES KUM PE
President of Girls' League
PHIL VONK KAREN STONE
President of Boys' League SECVETUYY
Co-ordinator of Speech Arts
RALPH LA PERA
Director of Assemblies ,
. . ec nd Semester
To continue the tine work ot the preceding Cabinet, this
semesters Cabinet kept GHS functioning and students
participating in a traditional style under the leadership
of Dick Mainland, President. For the last fling ot the
year, Cabinet ll presented to the students Book and
Taking time from work, the Cabinet, os a group, poses for our camera.
Co-ordinator of Organizations
Co-orclinator of Fine, Arts
Director of Publicity
JON WEST JOAN WAHL
Director of Boys' Athletics President of G.A.A
Student Body President ll
Row l: B. Cook, O. Mulvihill, S. Thomas, J
Wells, S. Schultz, C. Wiesley, J. Kumpe, S.
Whitley, C. Govrich, M. Higson, E. Jensen
Row 2: B. Pyles. L. Wonacoft, C. Christianson
S. Hardy, L, Lockwood, J. Tucker, B. Fortner,
C, Winward, B, Sanders, S. Hemphill, P. Car-
son, L. Larce, E. Hallan.
Row 3: S. Bogosion, L. Armstrong, P. Thomson
L, Anderson, D. Jacobs, L. Wilson, S. Paulsen
R. Marshall, T. Townsend, D. Cooper.
Row 4: L. Mohlo R. Wulf, B, Andersen, F
Port, J. Bough, D. Wills, M. Collins, D. Main
land, T. Sparrow.
ln this form of high school government our congress is
composed of students elected to represent the student bocly
on current needs and interests of Glendale High School.
Row 1: V. Andersen, S. Nichols, P. Loeffler, C.
Oiedo, D. Bell, K. Seckel, O, Limbert, N. Bart-
holomay, B. Hartman, S. Hardy.
Row 2: C, Richmond, D. Packard, S. Hermann,
J. Hooker, N. Se Kava, H. Dauphin, D, Moin-
land, S. Blackstone, L. Bank, V. Pool.
Row 3: Dick Jacobs, G. Von Vleet, C. Younger,
C. Cooper, T. Rhodes, R. Romano, D. Roth,
John Doe, S. Corhort, P. Vorgish, K. Von Vleet,
N. Warren, K. Decker, S. Bororidess.
Row 4: L, Carter, N. Nason, H. Ludwig, P.
Oehler, G, Hess, J. Aitken, T. Clarke, B.
Cleeves, D. Roberts, John Doe, John Doe, L.
Merrifield, C. Cobb.
Row 5: S. Little, D. Tyler, J. Coselles, R, Le:
Pero, J. Bough, C. Copeland, N, Arnds, D.
Junod, R. Hall, B. Brostoff, J. Sipple, John
Doe, B. Fortner, C, Bahls.
Row ln Chuck Hitchcock, Janet Uhl, Fred Friedlander, Bill Dawson. Row 2: Dick Slavett, Roger Michaucl,
Sharon Hemphill, .loan Wahl.
Student Court is the Judicial
Body of the GHS Student Gov-
ernment. lt is composed ot tive
members with Duane Wills the
Chairman. It is the duty of the
Student Court to decide all cases
ot violation against the School
Code and to provide punish-
ment to those who have been
The School Bank, under the su-
pervision ot Mrs. Alma Hall,
handles all Student Body re-
ceipts trom school plays, athletic
events, Student Body member-
ship dues, bookstore money,
candy store money, and Frosty
shop. The members ot the Bank
make checks, keep the books,
count and roll coins, and make
Pat Meagher, Duane Wills, Torn Paton, Sharon Barnard, Carol Green.
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CHERI CLEVERDON MONA MECKFESSEL DIXIE ROTH KAY HANGARTNER X
Friendship Program . Welfare Decorations l
,L .Y Eagerly preparing for the fall activities for the
first semester of the year, the Girls' League
Board acts as a friendly get-acquainted organ-
Q' ization by continuing the annual "Howdy Day"
which introduces the Sophomore girls to GHS.
Other activities include presenting the traditional
Stunt Show and decorating for the Football Ban-
quet held in the school cafeteria.
PAT SAUERS VICKI FLIEDNER ANNA MAE WHEELBARGER
Senior Representative Junior Representative Sophomore Representative
X ' ., Mary Woodbridge, working with her efficient
' " " e board, enacted several new measures this first ' y
Q semester. A Girls' League Congress, made up i, ..,-3? :
Q- ,A 04, of a representative from each homeroom, was ,gal
' " ' ' , created. The Board also performed many philan- f T '... ff:-.
' thropic projects such as singing at a home for
aged ladies and making tray favors for the CHARLENE COBB
various hospitals. GAA- Pfesldem
MARY WOODBRIDGE, President, MRS. DOROTHY
JACKSON, Adviser, SYLVIA SCHULTZ, Vice President.
SUE SCOTT ELEANOR LEGGE
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DONNA REED, Secretary, GARY PARKER, Treasurer.
Truth, friendship, and service, motto of Girls'
. T League, was carried on with success by the sec-
ond semesters board. Judging Hoover's slack
day, sponsoring a dinner for the Hoover Board,
and, ot course, an important feature, presenting
the annual Dad-Daughter Banquet, were among
the outstanding activities.
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CHARLENE COBB, Publicirv SALLY LOHMAN, Regulated Dress
JOAN WAHL, G,A.A. President
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BEV WATSON, Sr. Representative, ELEANOR LEGGE, Jr. Representative, JULIE BRADFORD
l Sophomore Representative.
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MIDGIE SONNTAG, Friendship, PAT GAYMAN, Program, LEE EGGERS, Welfare, ROSEMARY MONTANA, Decorations.
Bous' League a
Organized to promote spirit, goodwill and friendship among
the boys, the Boys' League, under the leadership of Presi-
dent Phil Vonk, had a very prosperous year. Activities in-
cluded filrns of GHS varsity football games, a film of the
UCLA-Stanford game, and films of the World Olympics. The
League also collected money for the orphanage home.
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The "Discords" entertain the boys at a
Boys' League Assembly,
ERNIE LUND DICK BOTTRELL
Club ACI '
Working with The members of Their respective clubs, These Teachers act as advisors and help make The club
and interesting as well as educational. AfTer extra hours of hard work Th '
their sponsored clubs a success.
eir efforts have been well a
Row l: Miss Elva Marshall Red C
, ross, Mrs. Charlotte Aseltine,
Latin Club, Miss Laura Manetta, Spanish Club.
Row 21 Mr. Homer Livermore, Commerce Club, Mr. James
Smith, Key Club, Mr. James Steele, 60-per Club, Mr. Mur
Grant, Jr. Statesmen,
Row 1, Mrs M
, argcret Sobelle, French Club, Mrs. Beatrice
Morlian, Future Teachers Club, Mrs. Wylna Cowles, Commerce
Row 21 Mr. Joseph Wadlington, Thespians, Mr. Albert Hewitt,
49ers: Mr. George Bundick, Science Club, M
r. James Place,
THE INTERCLUB COUNCIL
Row lf Miss Gladys Leonard, Sponsor, Janet Uhl, Stamp Club-
Commerce Club, Adriene Hatonian, Scribblers, Jule Barns,
Nitroettes, Joan Wahl, President of G,A.A., Nancy Marik, Past
Co-orclinator of Organizations, Emily Schochat, French Club,
Gail Hootman, Thespians, Lew Merrifield, Latin Club.
Row 2: Nick Arnds, Co-ordinator of Organizations, Steve
Salyer, World Friendship Club, Irving Beazley, 60-per Club,
Bill Dawson, Orators, Scott Paulsen, Jr. Statesman, Guenther
Dippmann, 49ers, Garry Moore, Pep Club, Gordy Hess
California Scholastic Federation
The Honor Society of GHS, under the supervision of Mrs. Phyllis Edwards, is Chapter 112 of the California
Scholarship Federation. Any Senior who has been ci member of the Honor Society for tour semesters, one of
them in his Senior year, has the honor of becoming a lite member of the CSF. Besides having their regular
meetings, an Honor Society Banquet was enioyed by all members.
Row I: Rosemary George, Diane Mintz, Yvonne Schirmer, Sheila Johnson, Martha
Markwyn, Betty Uphaus, Harriet Kreisel, Beth Darsie, Nancy Marik, Pat Gayman,
Row 21 Bob Gardner, Jeanie Wells, Sharon Barnard, Linda Reynolds, Anne Culling, Mary
Woodbridge, Mary Kaus, Gayle Hoatrnan, Dick Mainland, Dale Schafer.
Row 3: Duane Wills, Herb Ludwig, Ron White, Ron Atwood, Les Wilson, Don Nason,
Wayne Massey, Lew Merrifield, Quentin Pizzini, Mike Condie.
At right, Mrs. Edwards, advisor for the club, hands out an Honor Society Pin to Pat
Gayman as Jeanie Wells and Duane Wills watch.
.LAND 3RD SEMESTERS HONOR SOCIETY
I: D. Dunn, T. Rhodes, A. Bungay, E. Shochaf, D, Reed,
Onntag, J, Ranclall, L. Williams, K. Murphy, H, Marlin
lberf, J. Jansen, A. Allen, A. Harrison.
2. D. Throop, S. Sfaley, R, Ward, E. Hounsell, J. Wahl
nblo, B. Gold, B. Watson, K. Langton, M. Perry, U. Spil
R. Angelica, J. Parmenter, J. Hirfle, A. Hotonian, G
xigler, B. Park.
'31 T. Brigga, G. Towne, J. McDermott, J. Phillips, D.
Ill, E. Force, R. Williams, L. Di Tullio, D, Naimark, M
-e, D. Dexter, J. Holbrook, D, Swith.
4: S. Groth, P. Scott, C. Bower, B. Miner, D. Plasch, S
P. Schmeringer, H, Coons, R. Mack, J. Werrin, B. Hart
L. Beano, J. Read, J. Phypers.
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Row I: M. Sears, J. Lindsfealt, M. La Greca, B. Slocum, D
Srubblefield, S. Dyck, G. Clemmons, N. Utech, D. Wernerfe
S. Barondess, C. Mason, N. Sisson.
Row 21 G. Schultz, M. Bower, J. Kendall, O. Mulvihill, J
Billingsley, M. Meyers, S. Weaver, C. Meyers, M. Chaffee
V. Piersol, C. D'Arc, D, Zeller, G. Cruze, S. Stys.
Row 31 S. Clement, W. Harkins, P. Rusch, S. Perry, L. Fraser
C. Barclwell, L. A, Holden, K. McFarland, C. Hoop, S. Hubner,
M. Kolde, K. Lensar, S, Carlton, B, Broom,
Row 4: D, Luke, T. Webber, L. Molho, J. Maneki, P. Watson
D. Cooper, M. Weitz, L. Wonacoft, P. Thomson, J. Sivertsen
J. Burton, K. Mayan, P. Carson, C, Simonson, B. Sfebbings
Row 5: G. Nelson, R. Schmidt, J. Korin, B. Wulf, D. Hover
E. Prono, D. Beckeit, B, Aftig, J. Miller, G, Glazier, J. Polloch
C. George, D. Simila, R. Howell, L. Weeshoff,
JOAN SPELGATTI MR. WILLIAM B. GRAHAM
Editor-in-Chief Faculty Adviser
Director of Photography
The STAFF meeting their last deadline.
DONNA i2ONcONl JANET JOHNSON ' U S
Sophomore Class Junior Class
SHARON KAY LINDA KUNKA
Organizational Section Organizational Section
CAROLYN Wl'llTE PENNY FREEBAIRN
Recreational Section ReCI'SGiiOf1Gl 59CTl0"1
PRESENTING THE T957 STYLUS STAFF!
As the lens of the camera saw all, the staffers combined their
efforts to produce this year's edition.
The Stylus Staff is made up of two main divisions: the photog-
raphers and the editorial staff. The photographers provided
photographic coverage of all sports and social activities, under
the supervision of Mr. Bill Graham, Faculty Advisor and Director
of Photography. The editorial staff wrote, threw out, and re-
wrote all copy with the aid of Joanie Spelgatti, Editor-in-Chief.
As the final page was completed, a sigh of relief came from
BILL BROSTOFF JIM LACEY
Boys' Sports Art Editor
CAROLYN YOUNGER DAVE SNOW JIM WALTON MIKE QUINN
Laboratory Assistant Photographer Photographer Photographer
Laboratory Assistant Laboratory Assistant
HELEN GENESCRITTI CECIL SELMAN
Laboratory Assistant Photographer
Don, one of the laboratory assistants, is enlarging a print Carolyn and Helen, laboratory assistants, printing a picture
to be used in the Stylus. for this I957 edition.
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Row I: JOHN KELSEY and JIM KUMPE, Editors.
ROW 2: CARY STEVENS, Editor, ond
RON WHITE, Director of Publicity.
Row I: GARY STEVENS, KAY
DECKER, and JOHN KELSEY,
Row 2: ROSEMARY GEORGE,
RON WHITE, ROSEMARY MON-
TANA, and CAROLYN WHITE,
Row it RON WHITE, KAY
DECKER, and JOETTE JOLSON
lnot picturedl, Editors.
Row 2: KAREN SLOVAK,
DENNIS HUMPHREYS, SANDY
THOMAS, and ELAINE MONTI,
Row I: ROSEMARY MONTANA.
Assistant, STEVE SALYER, and
KAREN SLOVAK, Editors.
Row 2: ELAINE MONTI, Re-
porter, TERRY LANGSTAEF, Typ-
ist, CAROLYN WHITE, Business
Manager, ROSEMARY GEORGE,
Copy Editor, and MARY LYNN
BORDEN, Assistant Copy Editor.
Row 3: BOB PARKER, RICH-
MOND BENTAN, Pressmen:
DENNIS HUMPHREYS, Exchange
Editor, MITCHELL SWAN, and
GARRY ACKERMAN, Pressmen.
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LIP - TO A THE - MINUTE NEWS
booms through the typewriters
of the Explosion, read weekly
by those who want the facts
along with sports, features, and
Sandy Thomas, Editor-in-Chief,
with the cooperation of her
staff, published on issue of the
Explosion on the first day of
school. This meant long and
tedious hours of work during the
days before the '56-'57 school
RON ATWOOD, Assistant Editor-in-chief, SANDY THOMAS,
Editor-in-chief, and Mr. LAWRENCE WEISHART, Advisor.
DEADLINES AND HEADLINES,
the constont worry of the publi-
cotion stoft, were experienced
by Explosion Il. Rosemory
George, Editor-in-Chief, super-
vised the second semester's stoft
ond helped them overcome
ever-rising problems. Aside from
the duties of preporing the
weekly poper, the stuff ottend-
ed cf contest ot Westchester High
School sponsored by the Los An-
geles Exominer in which they
Row I: KAREN SLOVAK, JAN-
NIS COMER, KAY DECKER,
ROSEMARY MONTANA, ond
JACKIE LIEBMANN Inot pic-
Row 2: RUTH BRASE, DONNA
SODOMA, Reporters, MARY
HICKS, Shadow Staff, RON AT-
WOOD, ANN CONNER, MARY
LYNN BORDEN, and JAY
Row I: KAREN SLOVAK, RON
ATWOOD, ond DONNA SO-
Row 2: STEVE SALYER, Shadow
Stoff, ELAINE MONTI, RUSS
BRASE, ROSEMARY GEORGE,
MARY LYNN BORDEN, ond
STEVE BISHOP, Reporters,
Row I1 ANN CONNER, ROSE-
MARY MONTANA, and JANET
Row 2: DAVE SNOW, Photog-
ropher I und Il, KAREN SLO-
VAK, JAY SHIDELER, DONNA
SODOMA, MARY LYNN BOR-
DEN, ELAINE MONTI, RUTH
BRASE, Reporters, STEVE SAY-
LER, Shadow Staff.
Sports E plosion 2
MR. LAWRENCE WEISHART, Advisor, ROSEMARY GEORGE,
Editor-in-chief, and KAY DECKER, Assistant Editor-in-chief.
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Row 2: JOHN CHRISTIE, Cub Stuff, ROSEMARY MONTANA,
Girls' Sports, ROY SCHMIDT, ond MIKE MCNEILL, Reporters.
As cu service 'ro The community the Civinettes cmd Civirons
support and promote fund raising proiecfs To help Those
P' J if Ag,
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Gleneffes provide efficient ushering service for all
the ploys, musicals and other performances given
ing out programs.
One student is being shown
the best way to go-oufl
49'ers also exfend To dll sfudenfs C1
dcsily service by reminding Them 'ro en-
joy Their lunch oufsicle ond not in The
The Junior Red Cross, affiliated with The national organiza-
tion, participates Through the school in promoting a healthy
atmosphere Tor all peoples. Food and clothing are essential
needs supplied Through The help and co-operation ot The
Junior Red Cross members, ln Their yearly drive, They collect
games' and small usetul items to be distributed to The chil-
dren throughout The world.
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Expressing ideas ot brotherhood and service,
The Key Club, internationally sponsored by
The Kiwanis, is a service club To The school
and The community. Besides delivering The
packages for The poor at Christmas, they
sponsored several speakers Tor a vocational
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ID. A. Crew
The P.A. Crew of Glendale High, un-
der the supervision ot Mr. Lawerence, is
very important in the Glendale Unified
School District. As repair center, they
are responsible tor the maintenance ot
the Public Address equipment ot the
District schools. They also are in charge
of the microphones, proiectors, recorders,
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Practical experience in the li-
brary is available tor girls who
ioin library aids. Upon com-
pletion ot the three-week train-
ing period the girls then ad-
vance to the desk where they
assist in processing books,
straightening shelves, sending
out notices ot overdue books
and other responsibilities ot this
The Stage Crew is a credit to GHS. These
boys put in many after school hours
building sets and arranging lighting tor
plays, dances, recitals and music pro-
duction. During the stage production
they have charge ot raising and lower-
ing the curtains and changing the scen-
Under the direction or Miss Mary Ann O'Brien,
the Orators, until now a dormant club at GHS,
were more active this year. Besides having oc-
casional debates, the Orators took part in the
Redlands Tournament. To encourage students
who have speaking ability is the purpose of
this club. '
Besides sponsoring the 4-Arts Program, the
Scribblers put out an annual booklet in which
they displayed literature written by GHS
students. lt is the purpose of this club to
promote an interest in writing and writing
To promote the continuation of dramatic
arts in high school is the purpose ot
Thespians. ln order to ioin this club, one
must have lOO hours ot backstage work.
Capably led by Mary Woodbridge, Pres-
ident lg Gayle Hootman, President ll, and
advisors, Miss Marion Underwood and
Mr. Joseph Waddlington, the club went
on many excursions to see various plays
and participated in interschool dramatic
Both the Jr. State-smen and the Future Teachers provide active participation for students to
become more alert to tomorrow - their future.
Movies, spoken in the French
language, French music, and a
Christmas program given in
French by club members were
among the activities of the
French Club, led by president,
Emily Shochat and advisor, Mrs.
Sobelle this year. These proiects
give the club members, second
and third year French students, a
chance to practice the language.
A good opportunity to practice Spanish is offered to third and fourth year Spanish students
by the Spanish Club under the leadership of Anne Culling, President, and Miss Manetta, advisor.
Under their guidance, students have a chance to play Spanish games, listen to and sing Span-
ish songs, and have movies and speakers on Spain, Mexico and other interesting subjects.
Mrs. CharIoTTe AselTine, LaTin Teacher, is The -advisor
of The LaTin Club aT GHS. Movies, lecTures, and a
LaTin Club parfy were among The acTiviTies of The
club This year. The purpose of The club is To TurTher
The knowledge of Rome and The LaTin Language.
World Friendship Club
ExisTing To promoTe knowledge of The diTTerenT counTries ThroughouT The world, The World Friendship Club
brings To GHS slides and movies of difTerenT counTries and foreign exchange sTudenTs To describe The life
in Their naTive lands. Mary Hicks, PresidenT firsT semesTer, STeve Salyer, PresidenT second semesTer, and Mr.
Greenlaw, Advisor, arranged field Trips Tor The club members To hear speeches and To see movies of inTeresT.
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. Key Club
3. Ham Club
. World Friendship
With the help of Mr. Livermore
and Mrs. Cowles, club advisors
President I Joanie Wahl, on:
President ll Janet Uhl planner
a very active year. Movie
shown on business aolministra
tion, teachers from the Com
rnerce Department at Glendaln
College speaking on severa
phases of Commerce, and a lielc
trip were a few activities.
Recognized loy Glendale Busi-
nessmen, The l'6O" Per Club
proves an advanTage To Those
who are able To Type aT This
speed and encourages others To
bring up Their Typing sTandards.
This Typing club makes up The
spring Typing exams, supervised
by Mr, Steele. The club awards
special honors and scholarships
To Those able To pass all require-
Clubs In Action
3. Science Club
4. 60 Per Club
A Cappella, The highest singing or-
ganization in The school, did outside
singing along with their daily class-
room and school activities This year.
AT Glendale College They sang with
Hoover Highs singing groups under
The direction ot a guest director. in-
terschool competition in singing was
another ot their activities. Mr. Key
is director. At right, A Cappella at
one of their gayer moments.
As a sTepping sTone oT The ChoraleTTes, Lyric,
anol A'Cappella, The Girls' Glee learn The loasic
fundamenTals of group singing. Like The Sopho-
more Chorus, This group parTicipaTeol in The
Spring Program and several oTher evenTs
ThroughouT The year.
Glendale High Ban
ParTicipaTing in The "'Days of The Verdugos" parade was one of The
highlighTs of our GHS Band for This year. OTher acTiviTies included play-
ing in The Tall and spring concerTs, compeTing againsT oTher high school
loanols in an all ciTy conTesT, anol enTerTaining aT oTher schools. The Band
also aolols pep To The FooTloall games while accompanying The cheering
Members of The SymphoneTTes, The advanced
orchesTra, are chosen from The besT musicians
aT GHS by Mr. Eldred Balzer, director. Aside
from presenTing Their annual SymphoneTTe Con-
cerT, They aTTend.ed The STaTe Regional Music
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group They will go inTo ad-
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PHOTOGRAPHER SNOW EXAMINES
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RECREATION-THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MOMENT. DANCES AND BANQUETS,
ASSEMBLIES AND PROGRAMS-RELAXATION FROM THE CONFORMITY OF THE
CLASSROOM, BUT LEARNING TO WORK WITH A GROUP IN DECORATING AND
PLANNING. IN DOING SOMETHING TO MAKE YOUR SCHOOL MORE THAN JUST
GIRL'S "STUNT SHOW"
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NESS. Atter rnany days of tryouts and
rehearsals, the tinal clay, November lst,
arrives tor the talent assembly. The
Student Talent Show is a semi-annual
project put on by the student talent of
STRUTTING TO THE STRAINS OF "HaIIeIuyoh, I Love My Baby" are Ileft to rightl Laree
Smith, Margaret Mohr, and Linda Hendershot.
OH! YEH? Dwight Waite's band iazzed up the old question. Joe Boston beats the
rhythm on the drums with Dwight on the trumpet, Bob Rector on the saxophone, and
Ricky Lipp on accordion.
IT'S A PUZZLEMENT, to Cary Harvy as he portrays the title IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? Judy Noel has
role in "The King and I." found herself a willing patient I?I as she pantomimes
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singing and playing the guitar is accompanied by
Joe Baston on the bongos.
"TRUE LOVE" played by Marian Kent on the organ.
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HSTAIRWAY TO THE STARS"-Talented
members ot the school get a chance to
show their ability before the students
ln our scrapbook are some memories ot
the second semester talent show which
took place on March 21.
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"I AM A NAUGHTY LITTLE GIRL" Carol McSwain
pantomimes to the record of "Elouise.i'
"HELLO YOUNG LOVERS" Linda Hass accompanies
herself on the piano as she sings.
"HONKl TONK" from Greenwich Village the 'iZephyrs" lleft "JIMMY I LOVE YOU' Bonnie Bertnus on the piano and
to rightl Ricky Lipp, piano, Bob Rector, saxophoneg Ship Janet Hall at the mike.
Newell, guitarp Dwight Waite, trumpetg and Joe Baston, drums.
HOUDINI! Jan and John Fisher helped out the magician
in performing his tricks.
"TO BE OR NOT TO BE, THAT IS THE QUESTION" Miss
Marion Underwood, drama instructor, after many years of
teaching at Glendale, retired this year of 1957.
Thursdaq Assemblies . . .
THE BEGINNING OF THE END. Each
week the students anticipate the begin-
ning of an assembly and dread the end.
The problems of preparing and secur-
ing the assemblies is left in the hands
or director of assemblies. This office
was filled first semester by Jim Kimpe
and second semester by Ralph LaPara.
GO GLENDALE! FIGHT GLENDALE! WIN GLENDALE TEAM! Student
Body Song and Yell Leaders perform at the pep assemblies. Yell leaders
lleft to rightl Gary Moore, Sammy Mandola, and Dave Wilson.
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CUSTOMS, LANGUAGE, GEOGRAPHY. Each year the foreign
exchange students tell the students about the life in their
MOVIES, MUSIC, SPEECHES, ELECTIONS. All these are among
the things that are presented to Glendale students each
week. Assemblies are not iust for entertainment but also
for educational purposes. I
Upper left hancl - "SHOUT", "BELLS", "MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS",
are but a few of the songs sung by lleft to rightl Herb Ludwig, John Kelsey,
Ron White, and Dick Mainland.
Lower left hand - HAPPY BIRTHDAY, commemorating the birthday of
Abraham Lincoln, a special assembly was called to hear a speaker on the
subiect of our beloved president.
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is one for the rhythm and blues lovers.
Lower right hand - MHOUND DOG" A student imitates "Elvis Presley"
in an exchange assembly from Hoover High School,
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"WALKING IN A WINTER WONDERLANDH ore the seven lovely girls of the court ond their escorts Ileft to rightl' Gurine
Hubert, Ricky Blonchord, Lee Eggers, Nancy Hamilton IQueenI, Dione Tong, Sue Fussel, Donno Reed.
"MEMORlES! MEMORIES!" Prom night
hos rnony memories for the students of
Glenolole. "White Christmas" was the
theme of this yeor's onnuol Junior Prom
sponsored by the Junior Closs ond their
oclvisor, Mr. Jock Parker.
THAT TENDER TRAP! Once a year The girls geT Their chance To ask
The boys out and To TooT The bill. This year's annual Backward
Dance was held on February 26, and was sponsored by The Cabinef
members who chose The Theme "The Tender Trap."
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out, put your righT arm in and shake it all about.
I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT. Many couples
crowded The floor of The gayly decoraTed green
DIG THOSE CRAZY CORSAGES! The king and his court lleff To rightl Dave Junod, Jim Kumpe, Gordon
Hess lKir1gl, Bob Gardner, Ralph LaPara.
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ALL'S VVELl.. This was The
night of The annual CoTTon
Cord presented by The So-
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Graham, class advisor.
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and her court llefr To rightl Kathy Hammel Jacey DeIMonTe, Carolyn Copeland,
Gloria Waldron and Julie Bradford reigned over The Cotton
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SOCK HOP! After the oratorical was over the students relaxed
at a noon dance in the girls' gym.
Sp rt Dance
"MACNAMARA'S BAND." The bands play an important role
in the sport dances.
"DANCING IN THE DARK." After the games many Glendalites
went to the dances sponsored by the various organizations.
"ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK," Many couples found the
after-game dances a fitting climax to Friday night.
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IF l'M ELECTED! IF l'M SELECTED! Campaign
promises were presented by each candidate in
the annual Girls' Stunt Show on October 4th.
The Winning Senior Class presented "Peter Pan
vs. Captain Hook," Junior Class "Elvis vs. Bing,"
anal Sophomore Class "Witches"
VICTORIOUS! The seniors, after sweeping on to victory in the stunt, also took the spirit award. Leading
them in the songs and yells were lleft to rightl Lee Eddy, Carolyn West, Carolyn Breitenback, Cheryl
Cleverdon, and Ellen McLarnin,
Tl-IIMK! This typical conference in the teachers'
stunt, shows the administrators Ileft to rightl Mrs.
Mary Jane McLane as "Mr. Murphy," Mrs. Leona
Newell as "Mr. GoIder," and Miss Jennie Clauson
as "Mrs. Jackson" hard at work.
GOOD NIGHT LADIES! Mary Woodbridge, president,
and her Girls' League board presented a fashion
show of their latest nightwear.
D D P P D
Stunt Sh vv
BOIL AND BUBBLE, BUBBLE AND BREW, 'lt's election night
for witches too. A glimpse in the witches' den reveals
"the evil one," Kathy Water, brewing a spell to cast
over the Sophomores.
YOU AlN'T NOTHING BUT A HOUND DOG! says Elvis
"Rosemary Montana" Presley as she campaigns against
Bing "Kathy Murphy" Crosby in the election.
OH BOY, WHAT A CAKE! Three eager grins cross the
faces of the Lost Boys, seniors Sharon Barnard, Carolyn
White, and Kathi Mitchell as they gather behind the
poisonous cake planted by Captain Hook to kill his
opponent in the election, Peter Pan.
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YO HO HO, AND A BOTTLE OF RUM! sings Captain
Hook, head of the pirate scum. Left to right,
Seniors Sylvia Shultz "Captain Hook" and Anne
Culling "Smee" lead the bloody crew.
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The Torch of Freedom"
"The Four Freedoms"
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X ,. "J-U-N-l-O-R, JUNIOR IS OUR NAME." Winning the spirit
" T if is expressed with grear joy by the members of the Junior
SILENCE IS GOLDEN. All is still and silent in the Junior sec-
tion now as they wait for the Iudges' decision.
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"GIVE ME YOUR HUDDLED MASSESI' Miss Liberty holds her "Torch of Freedom" high
as she watches over the brave men who fought, portrayed in the winning Senior
COMPLETE SILENCE PREVAILS. The
49th annual Oratorical is under way.
Each class nervously awaits the
iudges' decision in the three divi-
sions: speech, spirit,and the tableau.
Speaking for the Junior Class with
the winning speech, "The Four Free-
doms," was Bill Dawson. Leading
the Juniors on to victory in the spirit
were song and yell leaders Sharon
Whitley and Bob Johnson. "The
Torch of Freedom," Senior Ron
White's speech, was well depicted
in the winning Senior tableau.
Sharon Hudson and Irving Beasley
led the Seniors in songs and yells.
Sophomore Sue Williams' speech
was entitled "I Shall Not Sleep."
Songs and yells were led by Mike
Pierce and Pat Prcita.
USLEEP! SLEEP! THERE SHALL BE NO SLEEP." The
Sophomore tableau shows man's important awaken-
ing in the struggle for freedom.
"FREEDOM FROM FEAR AND WANT, OF RELIGION AND
SPEECH!" These were the four freedoms represented in
the Junior tableau.
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Miss Marion Underwood, drama instructor, better known
to some as "Pinky" directed her final play at Glendale, A Aaavud
Sheridan's subtle comedy "The Rivals." A1'f""3'A K:
Sylvia Shultz as Mrs. Malaprop, Eliza Bergeron as Lydia, y ion Turner
Jim Hardy as Captain Absolute, and Ken Lycett as Sir Kgnneik was
Luscious Atrigger portrayed the leading characters.
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les as make-up artist for Judy
"DOWN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA" swom the
little fishes Three by Three. Second period clonce 1
closs presented The fish ballet in The stomach of
The whole To strains of "Deep Purple."
MISS RUTH STWALLY
"PINOCCHlO" lBc1rbc1rc1 Deckerl wc1nTs desperoTely
To become cu reol live boy. To help him overcome
The mony obsTocles in his way is his conscience
Jiminey CrickeT lVicky Fliednerl, who Tries To keep
him on The righT road. Third period dance class,
under The direcfion of Miss RuTh Sfwolly, dance in-
sTrucTor, ond Ann Culling, sfudenf direcfor, presenT-
ed The dance version of WolT Disney's "Pinocchio"
on Mczrch 7 ond 8 in The cxudiTorium.
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coge buf There seems to be noThing that Jiminy -'pinocchiou is The fourth pe,-god dance
class prologue which fakes place in old
TICK! TOCK! TICK! TOCK! go the clocks. The Toy shop comes olive. The Toys ore full of ioy as The midnight hour arrives.
Football Eanqu t
"Most Valuable" players of the season?
appreciate? Our football team, of course, es-
pecially Gordon Hess, seen in the upper lett-
hand picture, receiving his award as the "Most
Valuable Player" of the year from Mr. Lon Graft.
Tom Payton, center left-hand picture, is being
congratulated by Mr. Brick Beech after being
presented with the "Brick Beech" award.
Entertainment was provided by the Girls' League Board
who also helped serve dinner.
Coach Leo Arranaga hands Harry White, co-captain,
a football, while Charles Paale and Coach Ted Andrews
Dad-Daughter Eanqu t
LOOK AUKES! Dvd Gnd dvvghter who looked "MY HEART BELoNGs TO DADDY." After me "DEER DADDY," Little stuffed deers were
T most alike were Christine D'Arc and her father. dinner and the program each girl and her placed on the fables to Carry out the theme
dad adiourned to the Green Room to dance. of Dear Daddy,
"DEAR DADDY," theme of this
year's annual Dad-Daughter
Banquet, was presented by the
Girls' League Board. After the
delicious dinner, contests were
held and prizes given to the tall-
est daddy, shortest daddy, and
,the dad and daughter that re-
sembled each other most. The
winners! Tallest daddy - Wil-
liarn Morrison, six foot three,
lShortest daddy - Mr. Meyers,
' father of Ester Meyers, five foot
three, and dad and daughter
that look most alike - Dr. Vin-
cent D'Arc and his daughter
Christine. The dance, held in
the Green Room, was the con-
clusion of a perfect evening.
Dads demonstrated the dancing
lof their high school days and
even attempted the modern
"OH MY PAPA TO ME YOU ARE SO WONDERFUL." Many dads and
daughters gathered in the cafeteria for dinner.
CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD. Under the direc-
tion of Mr. John Key, the combined singing groups
presented Christmas songs from countries around
SI! SI! It's Christmas time again in Old Mexico as the children
try their skill at breaking the gayly decorated pinata.
IT WAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. The stockings were all
hung by the chimney with care in hope that Saint Nick soon
would be there.
HEAVEN ON EARTH, St. Nicholas, assisted by two angels,
descends from the heavens each December at Christmas time
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Gisela Scholz, Germany, and Tony Valladas, PorTu-
gal, were announced The surprise king and queen
of The "Dutch TreaT Dance."
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A NEW TRADITION aT Glendale This year
was The "DuTch TreaT Dance" sponsored by
boTh The Girls' and Boys' League. During The
course of The evening The girls and boys
paid Their own way, o revoluTionary de-
parTure. The dance was a proiecT To raise
money Tor The Foreign Exchange STudenT
"CHANGING PARTNERS." A high point of the evening wos the
passing of The "Dummy" from couple To couple. The Dummy
replaced The girls partner.
THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES! Dancers sought
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he emcees The dance.
refreshmenr during The intermission.
DRESS PARADE! The band also performs for other functions
such as football games and parades. lleff to rightl Joe Basfon,
Ron Venstra, Mr, Eldred Balzer, band and symphonefte in-
structor? Bob Kelley, and Dave McCIeary.
MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! After the many rehearsals the band
is ready to perform, Mr. Balzer picked up the baton, struck
up Ihe band, and the music began. A lovely evening of
music was enioyed by all.
Sqmph nu Concert
THE SOLOISTS! Ron Venstra, and Barbara Park, standing, Emily
Schochat, ond Gislo Scholtz seated: pause in their rehearsing.
"AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS"
The band and Symphonettes, under The
direction of Mr. Elcired Bolzer, presented
music from around the world. A beauti-
ful backdrop shows scenes from famous
cities of the world.
JUST "FIDDLlNG" around between practice are two members of the symphonettes,
while, above, the whole group performs.
"Glendale, we hail you, Team rah!
We'll never fail you.
Day or night, dark or light,
We are right in the fight,
Cheering for Glendale.
VVhate'er the weather
We'll stick together,
For we're out to back
The red and black,
We're out to cheer the team
Right on to victory!"
LOVELY LASSIES. Reigning over the game were Ileft to right! Yvonne Shirmer,
Brenda Brown, Gloria Avallone IQueenI, Lee Eddy, Diane Ming.
. . . . Hoover
TWO BITS! FOUR BITS! SIX BITS! A PESO! All for HAIL HAIL! THE GANG'S ALL HERE. Students of Both
Glendale stand up and say so." Sporting the iazzy outfit Glendale and Hoover crowd the civic dance after the
is Jim Kumpe. game.
Climaxing the football season, cross-town rivals
once again battle it out. Victorious Glendale Nitros
defeated the Hoover Tornadoes by a score ot 21 to
l2. For the second year in a row Glendale has cap-
tured the victory bell which is the coveted award
given to the victors.
Guard Myron Sangran gets his big chance for glory.
Hess heads fora big gain.
DOWN BOYS! Virgil Clark, an All-Star player, tackles a British Colombia
man in the exciting Rugby game.
Gaining popularity by leaps and bounds in America is
Rugby, a game similar to American football. Saturday
night, April 6, Moyse Field was host to four Rugby
teams: East All-Stars played the West All-Stars and So.
Cal. All-Stars played the Canadian team. The proceeds
of this exciting game were divided among the three
ONE OF THE LIGHTER MOMENTS AT GHS! Girls take time out as ambulance at-
tendant sweeps up the remains of the less fortunate players.
REFEREE WATCHES to see that there are infractions in the scrum rules.
Scrum is an offensive play an the part of both teams to capture the ball.
Moyse Field was again host to a team, this time to
the girls in a hilarious football game presented to
the students of GHS. Riotous laughter greeted these
"star" players as they entered the field, and the
laughter grew louder as they began to play.
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PROFS. PARRY WITH PUPILS in Senior-Faculty Basketball Game.
OOFF! ! All power - no finesse.
enior - Facultq Basketball Game
to confusion among the players, the tinal score ot the Senior-
'culty basketball game wasn't reached-neither was the basket
. Proceeds from this exciting game went to the Foreign Exchange
DON'T GIVE UP, old man - it's only three to one!
A hilarious comedy about the innocent
adventures of several aspiring young
unemployed actors and actresses who
live in one apartment is the story ot
"Out at the Frying Pan," this year's
Spring Play, under the direction at Joe
Wadlington. Many hours of after-school
rehearsals made this play a success.
OH NO - SAYS JOE! Mr. Joe Wadlington grasps his
head as he and Dorothy Bogart, Student Director, watch
the researsal of "Out ot the Frying Pan." Things can't
be that load, Joe !!
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IN THE DARKROOM PHIL RHOTON FOCUSES THE ENLARGER
ON THE GLENDALE-BURROUGHS' GAME.
SPORTS-EMOTIONAL OUTLET FOR THE SPECTATORg DEVELOPMENT OF BODY
COORDINATION FOR THE PARTICIPANT. ROTC-DEVELOPING THE BASIC
SKILLS FOR OUR ARMED FORCES. EVERY GLENDALE STUDENT IS REQUIRED TO
TAKE GYM OR ROTC TO DEVELOP INDIVIDUAL SKILLS, AND PARTICIPATION
IN AFTER-SCHOOL TEAM SPORTS IS ENCOURAGED.
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PEP COUNCIL l
As the first days of the school year began, the Pep Council, Under
the leadership of President Sammy Mendola, started its yearly ac-
tivities by liming the During the football season they were
responsible for passing out the song sheets and programs and were
in charge ot the card stunts.
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Anno BuoNAouiDo, Faculty Advisor ii, MR. WILLIAM MURPHY, S -
Faculty Advisor I lnot picturedl.
A new arrangement ot the Pep Council
was presented to GHS this year. Each
homeroom elected a representative who
attended all ot the Pep Council meet-
ings and reported them to his home-
room. This assured a more democratic
procedure than previously. The purpose
ot the Pep Council is to promote spirit
among the students throughout the
school. One ot the ways they accom-
plished this was to sponsor many pep
assemblies. As a result, school spirit xg
was high and a large crowd attended
our school games.
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Pep Council II, continuing the fine work of the preceding council, promoted a large attendance at the
various school sports activities tor the remainder ot the year such as basketball games and swim and
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3: Gwen Copeland, Jane Gray, Linda Temple, Par Dundas,
4: Bette Moser, Judy Cass, Suzie Blake, Sandie Hughes,
5: Jule Barnes, Carol Wiesiahn, Nalalie Smythe, Margie Pierce,
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l . Kisner, Janice Spong. Row 2: Judy Wagner, Sandy Hughes, Carol l
A, Weisiohn, Judy Cass, Carole Ker, Margie Pierce, Betty Modler. 4
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Beverly Lake, Dot Bos.
Ardelle Lynch, Carolyn Burns, Janet Campbell, Nancy Hadley.
Robbin Angelica, Bee Barrow, Dotty Morris, Janice Spong.
Sandra Reid, Joan Persson, Carole Ker, Jeanne Kisner.
Participating in parades, including the Santa Claus
Parade, Verdugo Days, and the Golden Jubilee of
the City of Glendale, and also performing during the
halt-time activities were the Nitroettes under the
direction of Mrs. Mack. During a preliminary train-
ing period, the girls learn the various routines, tech-
niques, and precision work before they are admitted
MAJORETTES AND FLAG GIRLS
Row 1: Dot Boss, Regina lnslee, Bev Lake, Lynne Hall, Corky Campbell. Row
2: Ardelle Lynch, Carolyn Burns, Judy Goold, Janet Campbell, Gwen Cope-
land. Row 3: Lyn Temple, Nancy Hadley, Ardyce Carr, Pat Dundas.
Jon West Phil Oehler Myron Sangren DUOUS Wills
Although the 1956 Glendale High Dynamiters did not
meet the pre-season predictions, they finished the sea-
son with a six-won and four-lost record and provided
Glendale fans with many exciting moments. The Nitros
finished third in the Foothill League behind Burroughs
Favored to repeat for the Foothill League championship,
the Dynos ran into a fired-up El Monte team in the first
game and were upset, I3-6. The following week Glen-
dale defeated the highly touted Alhambra Moors, l9-6.
The Dynamiters' overpowering single-wing attack began
to click as they downed Franklin and California by
scores of 25-6 and 26-7. In the league opener Glen-
dale met the Burroughs Indians and the Dynos went
down by a T9-6 score. ln the next game the Burbank
Bulldogs, who went on to win the championship, scored
on a last-minute pass to win, I2-7, With most of the
pressure oft, Glendale rolled over the Pasadena teams,
Muir and Pasadena, by scores ot 26-T3 and 46-6. The
Dynos closed out the season by defeating the rival
Hoover Tornadoes, 20-12.
Sparking the Dynamiters all season was All-CIF tailback
Gordon Hess, who led the Foothill League in total yard-
age. Bill Cleves, Phil Vonk, and Tom Paton also received
All-Foothill League honors.
Phil Vonk Bill Cleves Don Anders0
" Steve Anderson Dave Junod
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Wayne Sink and Gene Haus, J.V,
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Top row: Nick Arnds, John Brennen, Bob Hensler, Don Beck, Roger Maynard, Skip Hudson, Mike Gazzaniga, Bill Cleves, Jon West, Tom Paton, Dave Brown, Don
Roberts. Middle row: Coach Roy Vuiovich, Ed Pratt, Gary Buss, Mike Young, Dave Junod, Dan Didden, Phil Oehler, Steve Anderson, Jerry Bonar, Gordon Hess,
Herb Ludwig, Myron Sangren, Laddie Potts, Phil Mason, Coach Harry Beck. Bottom raw: Mgr. Charles Bower, Phil Lozano, .lack Aitken, Art Broughton, Dave Roberts,
Bob Gardner, Duane Wills, Bill Pierce, Phil Vonk, Gary Hawkins, Dan Rowland, Bill Bradford, Miles Haskin, Don Anderson, Mgr. Jim Lacey.
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Jon West surprises an anxious defender.
Jack Aitken Bill Bradford John Bfefmen Don Robefls
Gary Buss Bob Gardner Mike Gczzaniga Laddie Potts
Art Broughton clears the way for Hess.
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Miles Huskin Ed Pratt Bob Hensler Skip Hudson
A Dynamiter 1ries a shoestring Tackle.
Dave Junod fights for a pass.
Tap row: Harold Nyholm, Harvey Jedynak, Terry Loft, John Hayes, Ken Temple, Tom Farley, George Pierner, Joel Packard,
Middle row: Barry Shoup, Dave Hull, Gary Preston, George McSwain, Jack'CaseIles, John Crosetti, Dave Dryden, Fred Port.
Bottom row: Ron Morris, Roy Sharp, Bob Peret, Dick Shelly, Leon Cunningham, Mike Sours.
This year marked the first time that the J.V. team
played a full schedule of games and received let-
ters. Coached by Gene Haas and Wayne Sink, they
met all teams in the Foothill League except Hoover
and Pasadena, and boasted of wins over Alhambra,
California, Muir, Burbank, and Burroughs. Tailback
Tim Bice was chosen as Most Valuable Player.
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Mickey Collins throwing the key block that sprung Meagher loose on an eighty-five
yard opening kick-oft gallop aainst Hoover.
Top row: Charles Poole, Everett Snook, Gary Bratcher, Steve Little, Mickey Collins, Pat Meagher, Larry Saegers, Ray Case, Gene Galendo, Terry Hippolito.
Bill Jencks. Midde row: Harvey White, Bob Farnsworth, Neil Hooker, Don Helzel, Ken Boone, Harold Coons, Bill Brostoff, Bob Cosner, Carl Forbes, Bill
Fasano, Bob Penland. Bottom row: Bob Mack, Richard Silver, Bob Serin, Cecil Selman, Robin Paulson, Barry Bottrell, Ernie Lund, Bill Gabelman, Norm
Nason, Gary Logan, Bob l-lines, Dennis Simila.
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sportsmanship, team play, and spirit, talks over the
past season with assistant coach Andrews.
As the 1956 season approached, Coach Leo Arranaga faced a tremen-
dous rebuilding iob. With only three lettermen returning, the Blasters
faced a long, tough schedule with an inexperienced squad.
lt took Glendale four games to break into the win column, although in
the second aame they came within one yard of tying Alhambra. The B
team's first victory came against California by a 19-6 score. They fol-
lowed it up with a T9-13 win over Burroughs in the first league game,
but hopes of a championship were stifled by successive losses to Burbank
and Muir. They came back with an encouraging 43-6 win over Pasadena.
Knowing that a victory over Hoover would turn a fair season into a good
one, the Blasters iumped off to a quick 12-O lead in the first quarter, but
were finally overcome by a stronger Hoover squad. It was later revealed
that Hoover had competed with ineligible players. Glendale was given
the win by forfeit, ending the season with a four won and five lost record.
The Glendale defense corners a Pasadena ball-carrier. Serin skirts the end against Hoover.
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First Team All-CIF
With a win and loss record of five victories and
tive defeats, the Dynarniters came out in a tie
for third place in the Foothill League with John
Muir. Despite their mediocre record in league
standings, the Dynos can boast of a series sweep
with the rival Hoover Tornadoes. In addition,
Nitro center and Most Valuable Palyer Al Simila
accumulated T54 points in ten league games,
giving him the top spot on the league scoring
list. Dave McCrory, Ron Smith, and Darrell re-
ceived All-League Honorable Mention.
In the practice tilts the Dynos won eleven and
lost seven. They were beaten in the finals of
the Burbank Tournament by Notre Dame, and in
the Edgewood Active Tournament they won con-
Coach Gene Haas
Top row: okri Hall, Don Beck, .lon West, Mike McNeill, Ken Lawrence, Dave McCrory, Herb Ludwig,
Bottom row: Darrell Sutherland, Lewis Stoddard, George Beattie, Al Simila, John Hayes, Bob Hensler, Dave Bame,
Dave Bame Herb Ludwig
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.... Temple City
San Diego Hoover
. South Pasadena
. . . Pasadena
. . . . . Hoover
.. Notre Dame
. . . Cantwell
. . . El Rancho
.... Santa Ana
. . . La Puente
. . . . Muir
. . . Pasadena
. . . Hoover
. . . . Muir
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Sophomore guard Darrell Sutherland shoots from the corner against Burbank.
The Dynos stand back as Barnes of Pasadena gets a free throw.
Dave McCrory shoots a iump shot for two points against Burroughs.
Tom Paton gets the tip.
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Coach McElroy and Captain Diclc Mainland.
Entering the i956-57 season on the crest of two consecu-
tive league championships, the Blasters started oft this
year vvith a big bang. llnder Coach McElroy they won
nine ot the tirst ten games, losing only to Hoover in the
finals ot the Football League B Tournament. As the league
games started the Blasters seemed to cool oft and only
won tour out ot ten. They had a lot of bad luck, losing
a one-point overtime game to Hoover and several other
Top row: Gary Nelson, Dennis Elvvell, Dennis Simila, Larry Weesoft, Woody White, Ken Carlson, Gary Hahn, Ernie Lund, Dave
Lawrence, Carlisle George.
Bottom row: Roy Schmidt, Burt Smith, Dean Pera Ron White, Dick Mainland, Jim Moulton, Curt Campbell, Ed Mayo, Dick Denny.
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,,, .,. Franklin 34
... ... Alhambra 29
... ... Noire Dame 17
. . . .... Loyola 26
... ...., Temple City 21
. .. .. . Soulh Pasadena 25
. .. ...,. Burroughs 33
. . . ..,. Hoover 41
... ... Burroughs 48
... ... Burbank 25
... ...... Muir 37
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. Hoover 48
Tension grips the crowd as the Bees go into an overtime period against Hoover.
Ken Overholser earned many points for Glendale
in The hurdles.
Throughout the season this year's Nitro track squad has performed in the tradition of
past Glendale teams. With an impressive win in the Pasadena Relays and no defeats
so far, only Hoover stands between the Dynos and a dual meet championship. The of-
ficial league champions are chosen at the league finals and Glendale should be fav-
ored to win. Outstanding this year has been Bill Cleves who is now ranked among the
three Top shot-putters in the CIF. The 880 yard relay tearn composed of Overholser,
Junod, Engler and Hess, has set a new school record and has the best time in Southern
California. Glendale can be very proud of its track team and its track coach, Lon Graf.
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Jim Cumming, Jim Johnson, Dick Webb, John Amelsburg, Jerry Saulvester,
Middle row: Ron Smith, Nelson Rising, Bud Tunnell, Phil Mason, Bill Pierce, Phil Oehler, Bill Cleves, Ron Hall, Les Wison, Claire Rawlins, Jim Kumpe
Roger Tucker, Phil Lozano, Dave Hull, Dick Gilbert.
Bottom row: Miles Haskin, Gary Buss, Nick Arnds, Tom Clark, Gordon Hess, Ken Overholser. Dave Junod, Fred Engler, .lim Kumpe, Bob Jergens, Ed Pratt
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year, posting the top time in the
CIF, They are now looking forward
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lays to be held at Glendale High,
on Hess ond Nick Arnds 5l0ff the 440.
Miles Hoskin hits the tape to win the mile.
Bill Cleves has been outstanding in the shot-put
Gary Wexler, the B's top brood iumper, leaps at Burroughs.
The B's record this year has been practically a carbon
copy ot the Varsity's. With a first place in the Pasadena
Relays and an unblemished record, they are looking
ahead to the Hoover meet. Pat Meagher has been toss-
ing the shot around titty-six feet all season, and with
Doug Hott in the sprints, Bob Johnson pole-vaulting,
and the relay team setting a new school-record, this
team could be one to reckon with in the CIF finals.
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Top row: Jerry Priebe, Tom McAdam, Steve Price, Jerry Schmidt, Bruce Jones, Gary Hahn, Jim Langlands, Dennis Parrett, Robin Paulson, Larry Edwards, Pete
Finigan, Gary Steingrebe, Don Tyler, Lane Lopez, Steve Little, Chuck Brady, Jim Lisk, Gary Stevens, Roger Sherman, Carl Forbes.
Middle row: Bob Jensen, Sam Anderson, .Jay Jeffers, Charlie Myers, Chuck Smith, Dick Erdos, Bob Gonzales, Don Helzel, Richard Silver, Ray Case, Neil Hooker
Bill Jencks, Doug Hoff, Bill Gabelman, Tom Sparrow, Bob Hines, Pat Meagher, Richard Post.
Bottom row: Bob Johnson, Dove Yerkes, Gary Clayburgh, Gordon Nielson, Jack Patterson, Bob Serin, Gene Galendo, Gary Yukl, Cody Evans, Don Walsh, Morris
Brown, Joe Boston, Reed Webb, Bob Packard, Chuck Poole.
Doug Hoff enioys a victory against Burroughs.
Bob Johnson has vaulted
feet this yea r.
Top row: Garrett Wespe, Don Uhl, Don Wintz, Jerry Liebersboch, John Annin, Bob Ray, Ed Mayo, Tony LaMorte, Steve Brunner, Ricky Lipp, Steve King
Middle row: John Brown, Tom Horton, Paul Filliger, Ron Turner, Jim Cummings, Wally Wix, Keith Esselstrom, Bill Fasano, Richard Davis, Ron Logan,
Bottom row: Bob Hoss, Dennis Corhart, Chuck Auer, Steve Chenowith, John Whitney, Chuck Rea, John Zenneiter, Bill Thomas, Roger Phillips.
Following the example set for them by the Varsity and B teams,
the Firecrackers have compiled an outstanding record this year.
Keith Esselstrom has typified the Cs spirit with a record-breaking
high jump ot 5'9". The Firecrackers are now looking ahead to
the league finals, hoping to duplicate the fine record of last
Top row: Mgr. Bob Penland, Ralph LePera, Harvey White, Barry Bottrell, Jon West, Dave Anderson, Joel Packard, Sterling Waldron,
Dave Bowers, Bob Hensler, Darrell Sutherland, Bob Cosner.
Bottom row: Mgr. Jim Lacey, Duane Wills, Jim Warwick, Mike Collins, Doug Stringer, Deon Pera, Tom Bonetto, Mgr. Terry Loft.
This year's baseball squad has been one which has suffered
from bad breaks and inexperience. They have come along
slowly under Coach Teachout and are still improving, but a
lack of hitting and a pitching staff composed entirely of
sophomores and iuniors has held them back. With two
rounds of the schedule remaining the Nitros are hoping to
improve their record.
Dave Bowers takes a high pitch.
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Tom Bonetto beats out a wild throw at first.
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This year's J.V. team has been a very exciting one '
to watch. It features an excess of hitting power and
a well-balanced squad. lt the pitching matches up
to the hitting this team could be ci contender for the
Captain Leon Cunningham and Coach Arranaga.
The J.V.'s won their first league game from Muir.
Top row: Ken Temple, Bert Smith, Bob Parker, Roger Williams, Ernie Lund, Skip Wells, Bob Farnsworth, Leon LeClerq, John Hayes, Garrett Coombs
Jack Christy, Mgr. Ricky Graham.
Bottom row: Dennis Simila, Leon Cunningham, Russ Howell, Jerry Ford, Don DeRenne Jim Pollick, Dave Lawrence, Carlisle George, Jim Moulton
Top row: Coach Pat Logan, Warren Crawford, Bill Maier, Paul Snarrenger, Bill Cum-
mings, Jim Kumpe, Denny Miller, Gary Stevens, Don Nason, Dell Aldrich, Bruce Jones,
Bottom row: John Brown, Stan Partridge, Bolo Packard, Bob Jergens, Tony LaMorte,
Steve King, Don Uhl.
Coach Graf talks over the meet with Morris Brown and
The Tennis Team's captains were Chuck Hitchcock and Dick Mainland.
This year's Tennis team is on its way to the Foothill League
championship under Coach Haas. They are currently
leading the league and no other team looks strong
enough to unseat them. Wayne Collett, a sophomore, has
paced the Nitros this season and will be back for two
Coach Graf produced another successful Cross Country
team this season. The Dynamiters won their third con-
secutive league title, undefeated in both Varsity and J.V.
divisions. Dell Aldrich was chosen as Most Valuable
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Swimming has come to Glendale High with a bang lor maybe a splashl. Com-
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Bottom row: Jim Davies, Rockne Rudoph, Dick Pressnel, Bob Therrian, Bob
R serve Officers
This year's R'.O.T.C. Unit, under the su-
pervision of Master Sergeant James K.
Rupert, is one ot the largest and best
ever to attend Glendale High. The unit's
quality may be seen in the many differ-
ent awards it has won throughout the
year. The purpose of the Junior R.O.T..C.
is to better prepare young men, not only
for the military lite that may lie ahead
of them, but also for the civilian lite they
must lead in the following years.
Battalion Commander and Executive COITIPUUY Officers!
Lieutenant Colonel Lee Taylor Cflpmln Robert Pelnvnd
Mayo, John Rosen Captain Jack Philips
Sharp-shooting cadets make up this year's rifle team. Students excelling in drill ability are selected forthe Drill Team
Cadets toking port in o demonstrotion ot Clork Junior High. Members of the School Board inspecting the troops,
The purpose ot the GAA is to develop physical
efficiency, encourage interest in athletic activ-
ities, and promote good sportsmanship and a
spirit ot co-operation. First semester president,
competent Charlene Cobb, and her GAA Board
planned many activities including playdays and
afterschool sports competitions in which the
members could learn and display these qualities.
At the end ot the tirst semester the annual GAA
Banquet was held in the school cafeteria. The
candlelight installation ceremony tor the incom-
ing otticers was presented at the Banquet.
Awards were also given to many girls.
President, Semester l
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Ellen McLarnin 3rd Vice-President
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Row 2: Donna Reed, Pat Gayman, Georg
anna Towne, Judy Goolol, Nancy Hadley
Ardyce Carr, Carol Gilbert, Naomi Hack
ett, Coryn Simonson.
Row ir Eloise Whitesell, Dee Jay Tugby,
Cecil Lash, Charlene Cobb, Carolyn Brei-
The second semester Board, led by enthusiastic
and capable president, .loan Wahl, planned
many activities, among them frequent playdays.
A playday is inter-school competition in various
sports, stressing good sportsmanship along with
playing ability. GHS was host to the various
schools on April ll with a "Martian Madri Gras"
theme and attended two other playdays. Besides
these activities President Joan Wahl and five
other members of the Board attended the Girls'f
Athletic Federation Conference at the Beverly
Hills High School where they heard lectures on
various sports, among them golf, tennis, and
badminton, To climax the season, a Spring Tea
was held in the library where the officers for
next year were installed.
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Carolyn Breitenbach, lst Vice-President
Ellen McLarnin, 3rd Vice-President
Georganna Towne, 2nd Vice-President
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Row i: Carolyn Breitenboch, Joan Hen-
derson, Nancy Utech, Joan Wahl, Roni
Williams, Donna Reed, Eloise Whitesell.
Row 2: Georganna Towne, Melinda
Royce, Linda Lockwood, Carolyn Kenni-
son, Ellen McLarnin, Gretchen Clemmons,
Sandy Barondess, Jule Barnes, Charlene
Cobb, Carol Gilbert, Naomi Hackett, Judy
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Row l: Barbara Thursgard, Gail Sealbury, Mary
Wynhausen, Susie Mariene, Gloria Henry, Barbara
Humphreys, Ann Hendricks, Elaine Gilleran.
Row 2: Caryn Simonson, Barbara Turnes, M. Bower,
Barbara Marvel, Lincla Reynolds, Colleen Russell,
Carol Jackman, Laura Smith, Sally Evans, Sue Quick.
Row 3: Dee Jay Tugby, Teri Croxall, Carolyn Lohn,
Virginia Pool, Jan Hull, Roseanna Germano, Peg
Loeffler, Midge Shepard, Ursula Spilger, Elaine
Jensen, Sue Smith, Gary Parker.
SINK OR SWIM is the motto of the GAA after-school
board Qi me new or-is pool.
Row I: Carolyn Copeland, Bonnie Cock, Norma
Warren, Brenda Cornelius, Elaine Jensen, Carol
Jackman, Kathy Woodburn, Gloria Henry.
Row 2: Dee Jay Tugby, Cec Lash, Barb Turner,
Caryn Simonson, Mary Wynhausen, Susie
Marietre, Barbara Humphreys.
Row 3: Ursula Spilger, Judy Coleman, Nancy
Greer, Gail Newton, Judy Coleman, Sue
Barlow, Lynn Scribner, Sue Smith, Gary Parker.
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Members at the after-school Dance Club are instructed
in the basic training in dance. Directed by Miss Ruth
Stwalley, dance instructor at GHS, they learn the tun-
damentals in ballet, tap, and are taught how to compose
dances by interpreting moods, stories, and other forms
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Row 2: Gretchen Clemmons, Kathie Murphy, Elaine Gilleran, Sally Evans, Judy Schoen, Anne Harrison, Donalie Haskell, Adrienne Hotonian, Janice Hirt
Row 3: Peggy Leech, Penne Freeloairn, Corinne Campbell, Louise DiTullio, Dorian Naimark, Peggy Minni, Caroline Young, Sharon Moore, JoAnn Feroncl
Row l: Pat Noe, Sharon Cox, Janet Retzloff, Rhoda Sigler, Cindy Radner, Mary Berghuis, Carol
Gilbert, Laura Smith, Kathie Scheels, Pat Prata, Sandy Murphy, Sylvia Bauernteind.
Row 2: Jane Kendall, Louise Galinolo, Nanci Sekava, Margaret Mohr, Ruth Sekava, Kaye Strom-
berg, Robin Hartline, Jean Sivertsen, Janie Fisher, Lynn Rossall, Mary Fisher, Barbara Thompson,
Row 3: Brenda Logan, Gerry Michael, Joy Burton, Kaleta Morgan, Nancy Taylor, Carolyn
Johnson, Sue Snyder, Linda Lockwood, Jean Lunkley, Dorothy Kimball, Beth Broom, Loretta
Nuccio, Sandra Hoffer.
SOFTBALL and VOLLEYBALL, Two
of the after-school sports clubs,
are designed to provide extra,
after-schoolpractice and compe-
tition to the sports-minded girls
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at the old ball game. Members
of GAA Softball Club practice
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Row 3: Nancy Utech, Gayle Ashcroft, Sandy McDougall,
Vicky Baughman, Sandy Barondess. if
For tennis and Badmin-
ton fans, GAA after-
school sports clubs offer
the girls a chance to
participate in these
games each Wednesday
atter school. They com-
pete among themselves
and also in playdays
with various other
Raw I: Sue Williams, Charlene Cobb, Donna Reed, Carol Mason, Vicki Baughman,
Row 2: Carol Humiston, Brenda Robichaux, Julie Tucker, Joan Henderson, Sandy Dyck, Judy Hirtle, Marsha Wilson,
Row 3: Louise DiTullio, Deanne Crawford, Tam Evans, Jean Sivertsen, Joan Wahl, Sallie Sundahl, Ursula Spilger.
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LOVE? Yes, but only to signify the counting in a
game of Tennis in which members of GAA Tennis
Row ln Ann Bonnar, Betty Slocum, Cindy
Radner, Nancy Goeller, Geri Sullivan,
Raw 2: Sharon Barnard, Alice Cheu,
Sharon Goodman, Julie Tucker, Sandy
Dyck, Mary Stoeckel, Mary Berguis, Susan
Clark, Valerie Piersal.
Row 3: Nancy Barochiere, Ann-Lea Wel-
shofer, Shirley Starr, Sandy Saley, Mary
Bower, Joan Henderson, Heath Stokes,
Carolyn Broyles, Bryna Schneiper.
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Backward Dance ....
Band Concert . ..
B Basketball ..
B Football ....
B Track .....
Christmas Program ...
Classroom Activities ..
Club Advisors ......
Commerce Club ..
Cotton 'N Cord . ..
Cross Country . . .
C Track ............. .
Dance Recital ..........
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Future Teachers . . .
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Girls' Sports Clubs
Girls' Stunt Show .......
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Instructional Section ..
Junior Activities . ..
Junior Class ....
Junior Officers . .
Junior Prom ...
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8 JV Baseball ...... .
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TT6 Latin Club .... .....
T38 Library Aides .. ..
T62 Lyric ........ .....
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Nitroettes . . .., .
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TT5 Orators ..............
TO4 Organizational Section .,....
T6 PA Crew ..... . .
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TT2 Physical Section ..., .......
T26 Recreational Section .... . .
T73 Red Cross ............
98 Rehearsal-Spring Play ....
T69 ROTC ............... . .
Rugby Game ........ .....
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T37 Scribblers .........
Senior Class .........
T02 Senior Class Officers ...
Senior Council .............
TO Senior Directory .............. ..
T32 Senior-Faculty Basketball Game
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TTO Song-Yell Leaders ....
T34 Sophomore Activities . . .
T09 Sophomore Class .......
Sophomore Chorus ........
T78 Sophomore Class Officers
T42 Spanish Club ............
TT6 Sports Dances ....
94 Stage Crew ....
T80 Student Court ....
T28 Stylus .........
T40 Swimming ...
T05 T Symphonettes ..... .
Symphony Concert . .. ,....
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