Glendale High School - Stylus Yearbook (Glendale, CA)
- Class of 1958
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Glendale High School
Co-Editors ........ .... L inda Kunka,
Advisor .... ...Mr. W. B. Graham
Art Editor ...... .... D ennis Parreff
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This year's Seniors can turn back to the Stylus
of their 1956 Sophomore year and view a simi-
Most of the physical changes are apparent: the
new pool between the boys' and girls' gyms, the
new student-built score-board at the south end
of the football field, the new practice fields be-
hind the girls' gym, and the not so visible, but
welcome, fresh paint on the trim.
This is the physical progress of two
short years - the changes meas-
ured in concrete, paint, and steel.
Did the Sophomores of 1956 match
this material growth with progress in
Scholarship, Sportsmanship, and
Service? We think they did! And this
is their book to share with future
Seniors of Glendale High School as
a proud record of a proud year.
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The flvs elected officers who are in charge ot the complete Glendale Unified School District are Scott T. MacDonald, Beniumin O. Hagen, Mrs.
Donald I. Williams, Fred P. Simpson, and Mrs. Ruth L. Beers.
More than 28,000 students now attend the 29 schools
that make up the Glendale Unified School District. The
district not only includes Glendale City proper but
takes in La Crescenta and Montrose as well. l,OOO teach-
ers are now employed by the district, with over 600 non-
teaching personnel such as custodians, gardeners, and
secretaries. The district is headed by the tive-member
board, and the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. James
Dr. James H. Williams, superintendent ot schools, is appointed
by the five elected members of the board, under a four year
Working with Dr. Williams ore M. A. Hesse, business manager,
Kenneth M. Montgomery, deputy superintendent in charge of
personnel, and Dr. Morris H. Winward, deputy superintendent
in charge of curriculum.
Easily approachable, Mr. Golder chats with some students in
the Junior Arcade during lunch,
Erioying a bit of gardening with his charming wife, Mr.
Golder finds it a perfect form ol relaxation after a high
school principals usual hectic week.
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Mr. Donald Gelder, before being appointed principal five years ago, was a teacher
American Government for six years at Glendale High.
Professing to have no talents, Mr. Golder likes sports and enioys reading
as his hobbies. Born in the small town of Scriloner, Nebraska, he
attended a country school and was in a class with only three other stu-
dents. Serving in the Army for four years, he was stationed in Okinawa
and Korea. Before he became Principal, he was the advisor for the class
of "SO" and "53."
Former head of the Foreign Language Department, Mrs.
Dorothy Jackson has been at Glendale High since she
started teaching. She is the sponsor of Girl's League, a
very active organization at Glendale. The University of
California, University of Paris, and American Academy
of Rome are some of the schools she has attended. As
Vice-Principal in charge of Instruction, her duties include
the supervision of all curricular activities in the school.
San .lose State, Los Angeles State, and the University of
Southern California are a few of the schools Mr. Harry
Beck has attended. At Glendale High only three years,
he is now Vice-Principal in charge of Student Welfare. ln
this capacity he is the supervisor of all school events,
attendance, discipline, and athletics.
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Enioying his hobby of photography, Mr. Beck uses his wife
and two children as models.
Taking time out of their busy schedule, Mrs. Dorothy Jackson, Vice-
Principal in charge of instruction, and Mr. Harry Beck, Vice-Principal
in charge of Student Welfare, pose in front of school for a Stylus
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Mrs. Jackson enloys her weekends doing some household
chores with her hubby's help.
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Former teacher ot English and Social Studies, Mrs. Leona Newell, girls'
counselor, is a graduate of Wayne University in Michigan.
Mr. Gene Haus, boys' counselor, is one of those rare natives
of Los Angeles. A graduate of Occidental College, he has
taught four years at G. H. S. and is also the coach of varsity
basketball and tennis.
Born in Seattle, Washington, but living most of his life in Glendale, Mr. Ted
Andrews, attendance counselor, is an alumni of G. H. S. A graduate of San
Jose State, he was a physical education instructor two years at Glendale
High before acquiring his present position.
Helping students plan an effective three year pro-
gram and decide on a vocational interest is the duty
of Miss Nyla Chapman.
Mr. Ted Andrews, Attendance Counselor, checks on
the attendance of students.
Boys' Counselor, Mr. Gene Haas, is in charge of
discipline problems and truancy, and is the assist-
ant to Mr. Beck.
Mrs. Leona Newell, girls' counselor, is in charge or
discipline and Glendales extensive scholarship
A graduate of G. H. S., Miss Nyla Chapman has been a member of the
faculty for seventeen years. A former Commerce teacher, she now holds the
position of head Counselor. She attended Pomona College, U.S.C. and U.C.L.A.
Bill Dawson, President, glances through a law book and thinks
about a future vocation. As President it was his duty to head the
student body and represent the school and student body at all
As representative of their respective classes
Tom Seabold, Tom Sparrow, and Bill Jenks:
Sophomore, Senior, and Junior presidents
planned and led their class in all activities
including planning for the dances.
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Getting the year ott to a good start was the important re-
sponsibility of the first-semester cabinet. Early in the semester
they began formulating plans tor the budget: a distribution
of money into various activities such as Dance recital, school
plays, school publicity, Explosion, and Stylus. Led by Presi-
dent Bill Dawson, the cabinet labored hard to present the
cnnual Backward Dance, one of the highlights of the very
capable cabinet's term.
As Vice-President, Skip Newell served as Speaker of Student
Congress and officioted for the president in case of his
absence. Bruce Jones, Director of Assemblies, hunted and
searched through the four corners ot the earth to bring en-
joyable and educational assemblies to the students.
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Presidents of the Boys' and Girls' League, Miles Haskins and Kathy Murphy,
led all events sponsored by their respective leagues.
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Bob Penland represented the Reserve Officer Training
Rosemary Montana, Sue Williams, and Cheryl Taliaferro served as Director of Pub-
licity, Co-ordinator of Speech Arts and Co-ordinator of Fine Arts respectively. They
were in charge of all functions and promoted interest in those fields they represented.
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Left: ln charge of all the athletic events were
Cecile Lash, director of Girls' Athletics and Don
1 Beck, director of Boys' Athletics.
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Below: As promoters of-ghool spirit, Sue Barlow and John Sibple,
head song and yell leaderb, represented the other song dnd yell Q. .Us
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Front Row: Bonnie Cook, comptroller, kept the records of financial affairs of the
Student Body. Mr. Wallace Rankin is the faculty advisor. Bock Row: Betty Slocum
served as the secretary of the cabinet and Kay Langton was the co-ordinator of
organizations for the first semester.
Lett to right: John Robinson, co-ordinator of speech arts
Cheryl Taliaferro, co-orclinator of fine arts, and Kay
Langton iextreme righti, co-ordinator ot organizations
help Jackie Liebman, director of publicity lstanding on
chairl with her duties.
Director of Girls' Athletics, Joan Henderson and Director of Boys' Athletics, Miles
Haskin admire the swimming pool, one of the newest additions to the school.
Left: Bonnie Cook, director of finance and Gay Myles secre
tary, go about their choresryivfthe student bank with the help
of Mr. Wallace Rankin, flabinet advspr.
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Going over some of the Pep Club plans to increase the turnout at games
are Rickie Blanchard, head song leader and Dick Denny, head yell
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Helping to promote the campus clean-up are Brenda Forlner, stu-
dent ccurt representative and Bob Penland, ROTC representative.
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Vitr college in mind, second semester president, Skip Newell looks Through
Starting att the second semester, The cabinet attended
a Foothill League Forum. Early in The semester Skip
Newell, president, announced The cabinets projects Tor
The second semester, headed by The American Field
Service Drive. It was The aim of This drive To get money
To bring Foreign exchange students to G'endale. An
assembly committee Tor The purpose of bringing better
assemblies To Glendale was organized. The cabinet are
ranged and planned the United Fund Drive which col-
lects for all maior charities and distributes The money
among Them. The last events planned by The cabinet
were The annual Book and Baggage Day and The cabi-
ool-s in The school library. Skip, who moved up from Vice President, plans
J at to CalfPoly and maior in Animal Husbandry.
Taking over the duties of Girls' and Boys'
League presidents for the second semes-
Ter were Nancy Utech and Gary Over-
Re-elected tor The second semester Bruce .lanes Ileftl remained The di-
rector ot assemblies. Right: Don Beck, second semester vice president
moved up from first semester Director ot Boys' Athletics.
Remaining on cabinet for The second semester were, left: Tom Sparrow
Bill Jenks, Tom Seabold, senior, iunior and sophomore class presidents
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Back row- The class officers Bob Kumpe, vice president, Gary Glava, yell leader, lynn
Scribner, treasurer, Nancy Atsinger, song leader, and Sue Smith, secretary, along with the
class council made plans for all the senior activities, as the Senior Prom, Senior Party, Bacca-
laureate, senior announcements and the ordering of caps and gowns.
Standing in the Senior Glen, the class president Tom
Sparrow and class advisor Mr. Jack Parker talk over
plans for the '58 numeral to be laid in the arcade.
Left row, front to rear: Bill Dawson, Jon Amelsberg, Dwight Waite, Steve King, Lane Lopez, Row l Donna Thomas, Janet Mountford, Rhoda Sigler,
Judiane Marshall, Lynn Scribner, Nancy Greer, Emily Schochat, Miles Haskin, Kay Langton. Row 2: Eleanor Legge, Nancy Se Kava, Ronale Williams, Diane
Tang, Linda Fields, Susan Smith, Claire Wiesley, Janet Gulbrandson, Renie Romano, Carol Green. Row 3' Linda Gratiot Heather Martin, Bonnie Burleson,
John Robinson, Don Tyler, Steve Little, Bill Brostoff, Carlyn Kinnison. Row 4: Brenda Fortner, Nancy Atsinger, Pat Noe, Roger Williams, Dave Lawrence,
Mark Preis, John Hagen, Forden Hughes. Right row, front to rear: Tony La Marte, Rick Matthews, Don Beck, Bob Hines, Tom Sparrow and Jim Bell.
Keeping the lUI1lOlS ir 'orvnefi of all the class activities and helping to plan them with the Junior Class Cabinet was the task ofthe Junior Council.
Those serving on the council were Row l Jocey Delmonte, Kathy Montana, Sue Pfeiffer, Connie Sonntag, Kathy Hamel, Gloria Waldron, Karen
Rislngev, Pat Plata, Brenda Roblcliaux Judy Scribner, Linda Hoy, and Gall Ashcroft Rovv 2 Shirley Conner, Julie Bradford, Sandy Murphy, Emma Lou
French Carolyn Hoop, Dotty Rhea Marlyn Bohn, Gail Seabury, Cora Doty, Vicki Boehmen, Christine DArc, Santa Hubner. Row 3 Glenna Pappas,
Jo Lee Wagner, Bonnie Cook, Judy Flegal, Kathy Waters, Carolyn Copeland, Jerry Mitten, Margie Witt, Rosy Teraho, Lynne Davis, Penny Vargish,
Linda Abbott Row A Skip Wells, Berry Bottrell, Steve Carney, Carlyle George, John Cambell, Ernie Lund, Ruffin Ring, Chuck Rea, Gary Nelson,
Fred Port, Gary Wefler. Row 5 Gary Clebert, George Batty, George Eastburn, Charles Beatty, Paul Beckett, Gary Brown, and Steve Price.
Junior class officers, Carolyn Copeland, secretary, Bill Jencks,
president, Jocey Del Monte, vice president, and Gloria
Waldron, treasurer reminisce over their class's successful Junior
Prom and Magazine Sale to raise money for the class.
Lead ng the Junior class to victory in the spirit division of the Oratorical were: Paul
Beckett, yell leader, and Karen Risinger, song leader, along with Mr, Dudley Graham,
Mr. Murry Grant, advisor, Joanell Jorden,
vice president, Adrienne Russell, secretary,
and Paul Nuccio, treasurer headed the class
of '60, the largest class ever to enter Glendale
High. With the influx of i095 sophomores
Glendale had to go on a split lunch program.
Marveling over their first Oratorical are
the sophomore class officers, Tom Seabold,
president, Pam Bentley, song leader,
and Don Hagen, yell leader.
Sophomore council members who worked on the Oratorial, helped organize the ring committee, and cast the deciding vote on the sophomore class ring are:
left to right, Front row: Sidney Strever, Jeanette Peplow, Sue Braggi, Nadine Barton, Nancy Dunn, Linda Grubb, Lynn Hoffman, Mary Mae Mahn, Janie Houston,
Susie White, Pam Bently, and Sandy Culvertson. Middle row. Michelle Walsh, Regina Scott, Lynne Morgan, Carol Lomen, Lee Linder, Michael Wellman, Beverly
Larson, Joyce Mothershed, Robin Jackson, Linda Sauer, Pauline Mitton, Lynn Pendleton, Carole Langstaff, Rona Schumann, Donna Whatling, Sally Snyder, Nancy
Hooper. Back row: Joe Carmona, Jim Hinderson, Cary Schwartz, Torn Seabold, Gary Brutsch, Jim Sims, Lance Otis, Jim Ruffner, Bill Giles, Tom Sherwood, Booth
Hartley, Don Williams, Don Hagen, Rolla Cornell, Paul Nuccio, and Rick Marshall.
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P15 ing the budget that the cabinet proposed was one of the tasks of the lst Semester Congress. Those serving on the Congress
were Front row, left to right Nelson Rising, Skip Newell and Jack Caselles. Row l' Camille Meyers, Don Hagen, Don Schirmer,
Pam Van Wie Susie Clark, Pam Brrley, Virginia Pool, Stu Szidak, Bob Penland, Steve Chenoweth. Row 21 Robert Rost, Mardith
Nar-gan Sandi Rudel, DJ Tugby, Linda Watkins, Barbara Humphreys, Barbara Thompson, Lynne Wonacott, Tom Schurtz, Bill
Will s, David Beckett. Row 3 Gary Brutsch, Rocky Rudolph, Roger Jalbert, Liz Florang, Layne Wells, Janis Goodemoot, Cathie Carr,
Bortie Vold Pat Brshop Anna Mae Wheelbarger, Sidney Strever Row 4 Sylvia Curtis, Gwen Copeland, Melinda Zemke, Sue Black
stone Gloria Henry, Joan Krpper, Penny Anderson Trina Stine, Parm Harris, Marilyn Bohn, Carol Nelson. Row 5- Harold Coons,
Lad lie Potts, Peter Rusch, Don Tyler, Russ Combs, Doug Stringer, Stan Hafenfeld, Harvey Jedynrck, Joel Miller, and Lloyd Pledge.
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Student Court tries students when they are sum- V
moned to court tor breaking school rules. This llllfl -r
years Student Court was made up ot left to
right: Steve Gunn, Stu Szidak, Brenda Fortner
IChref Justicel, Barbara Waite, and Stan Groth.
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The 2nd Congress approved the amend-
ments proposed by the cabinet Those on
the 2nd Congress were: Front row, left
to right: Kathy Locke, Alaris Weltner,
Gail Seabury, Linda Sturgeon, Pat Prata,
Rosemary Montana, Melinda Zemke,
Sally Snyder, Laurie Dunsmoor, Sheila
Minkin Sandy Beach, Eddylou Treneer,
Leona Banda, Carol Nelson. Row 2:
Helen Zwyczok, Gertie Cruze, Melanie
Meyers, Sylvia Curtis, Elizabeth Edwards,
Tamara Evens, Melinda Dunn, Susie Clark,
Valerie Schuh, Kathy Johnston. Row 3:
Bob Heady, Leslie Stow, Karen Pedersen,
Pat Scott, Michael Wellman, Sylvia Pa-
checo, Rolla Cornell, Dean Zabriskie. Row .4-.a
4' Jett Vanos, Paul Beckett, Vince Cicone,
Bill Willis, Bob Thorson, Bill Borkland,
Bob Rost, Don Beck, and Dwight Waite.
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Our counselors help the student decide what he
wants to do after school, and how best to
accomplish this purpose, and it assists him in
solving the problems which arise in his life as
they relate to his school program. Each student
is assigned to one counselor for the three years
of high school, and has, by appointment, atleast
one interview a semester with this counselor.
Left to right: Counselors Freeland Templeton, Alice McDonald, Ruth Starr,
Frank Laurrdsen, and Georgia Woodard.
Clarice Newton, more commonly
known as "Newtie," is officially the
school switchboard operator, but
she has proven herself to be a
repertorium of knowledge. She aids
the faculty and the students in many
miscellaneous endeavors, such as
calling students for activities, re-
laying messages, and giving out
information of all sorts. "Newtie"
has been at G.H.S. for 15 years.
Left to right: Counselors Murray Grant, Hilda Jones, Nylo Chapman,
Phillip Castlen, Naomi Blackburn.
Attendance and Records
Helping teachers, administrators, and students
every day is the iob of the secretaries and at-
tendance office staff. Among their many duties
are the transaction of school business, manage-
ment of student body funds, scheduling courses,
keeping track of tardiness and absences, and
keeping records and files.
Left to Right: Shirley Steen, Emma Hubert lSenior Secretaryl,
Doris Lewis, Josephine Hicks. 2nd Row: Catherine Tench
and Marty Bloomberg
lBelowl Left to Right: Mabel Gansz, Ted Andrews, Fred Sihler
Left to right: Howard Fay, Phyllis Edwards, Mervyn Filipponi,
Donald Duncan, and Al Hewitt lDe-partment headl examine Mrs.
Edwards' friend Neutie Q
For the students of Glendale High many courses in
science are offered. Sophomores are required to take
a course in Health and Safety for one semester. Planning
on a college education, many students program Physics
or Chemistry. For others a course in Physical science is
recommended, One year of science is required for
graduation. Also offered are Biology, Life Science,
Physiology, Engineering Chemistry, Photography, and
Biology instructor Naomi Blackburn instructs Greg Omartian in watching
and drawing amoeba.
Left to right- Phillip Castlen, Jack Parker, Harry Anderson, George Bundick, and Jennie
Clauson discuss Mr Bundicks plan to shoot Explorer ll filled with failing Physics
Donald Duncan seems to be having a little difficulty demonstrating the depth
perception machine for Sam Wemle and Mervyn Filipponi.
Jon Amelsberg, Elaine Gilleran, Carol McSwain, Debbie Zeller, Julie
Tucker, and Sue Barlow take notes as Miss Jennie Clauson, Chemistry
instructor, performs an experiment with hydrogen sulfide gas. Due to
the odor, the experiment was performed outside.
Physical Education Instructors
All students at Glendale High are required to
take Physical Education or R.O.T.C. Many varied
activities are offered such as athletic games, ap-
paratus use, decathlon test, and sitting-up and
posture exercises for boys, Girls are offered
courses in team sports, dance, drill team, and
First row: Patricia Mack, Hazel Johnson, Mariorie Pape, Jeanette Johnso
Second row: Margaret Campbell, Visila Alsberg, Kay Woods, Ruth Stwall
Not pictured, Beatrice Haig.
Practicing their over-hand smash is the 5th period tennis class under
First tier Lon Graf, Bill Chunn, Leo Arranaga, Roy Vuiovich, Arthur Teachout, Cliff
Hooper Second tier: Ed Goorjian, Reese Anderson, Richard Davis, Ted Andrews
Third tier Gene Haas, Bill Gelsinger, Ranier De Mandel.
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Glendale High has an exceptional Fine Arts pro-
gram. The combined music department, made up
ot Girls" Glee, Lyric Club, Advanced Girls' Glee,
Men's Glee, Mixed Chorus, Choralettes a n d
A'Cappela presents several programs every year
for other schools, civic groups and student body
assemblies. Other courses offered are Beginning
Art, Art Avocations, Costume Design, Commercial
Art, Drawing and Painting, Interior Design, Stage
Craft, Ceramics, and Jewelry. The students in the
classes display their work in the showcases at
school and in various contests.
Cor'-rbined music groups under the direction of Miss Shirley
Nut rehearse for the Christmas program.
In the drawing and painting class working in various art mediums
are Reva Johnson, Mary Wynhausen and Barbara Phillipps.
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Miss Shirley Nure with the help of Eldred Balzer at left and Robert
Althauser plan the music for the Christmas Program
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Art instructor Martha Arnold points our interesting parts of a students
work to Esther Crandall, at left, and Charles LaBold.
Division of the house as the male members of the Social Science department caucus, Left to right are:
Frank Lauridsen, George Plumb, John Barens, Leslie Wood, Arthur Bennett, James Smith, Ralph Carter, '
Charles Hicks, Murray Grant, William Graham, Wallace Rankin Iseatedl.
Social Science Instructors
Casually discussing their Social Science classes are, left to right: Alice McDonald,
Margaret Graham, Hilda Jones, Francis Ahl, and Francis Klawiter lseatedl.
Mr. James Smith lleftl and Mr. Murray Grant took time out from their summer
vacation to write the syllabus for 'ilntroduction to the Social Sciences." Many
hours were spent condensing books and theories on Anthropology, Sociology,
Psychology, Philosophy, Political Science, and Economics. Mr. Smith and Mr. Grant
hope to get the syllabus, now in mimeographed form, printed by next year.
The Social Science department of Glen-
dale High School offers a variety of elec-
tive and required courses. Modern World
History is a one semester course required
of all sophomore students. United States
History, a required course for gradua-
tion, is devoted to the political, eco-
nomic, social, and cultural history of the
United States. A new course offered this
year was Introduction to the Social Sci-
ences. This class is open to seniors only
and offers a brief outline of the six social
sciences. Cabinet, designed for students
who have been elected to student body
offices, is a course in leadership devoted
to the affairs of student government,
parliamentary procedure, and current
civic problems. All seniors are required
to take Senior Problems, a course de-
signed to help graduating seniors in
their understanding of the world around
Wallace Rankin lDepartment headl, marches
his U,S. History students through Georgia.
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Left to right: Arndt Tande lDepartment headl, Grace House, Lucille Anderson, Marion Snyder,
and Ralph Wernle approve ofthe textbooks used in their classes.
There seems to be some question over the formula on the black-
board. Skip Newell, Mr. Aldo Buonaguidi, Rick Mathews, and X
Donna Reed puzzle over the answer. 1
Left to right- Elton Smith, Georgia Threlkeld, Margaret Peterson, and Carl
Matthiesen are puzzled over the same equation as the students above.
A variety of courses offer superior ad-
vancement into the field of mathematics.
College preps are advised to take Al-
gebra and Geometry. Other courses are
Basic Math, Plane Trigonometry, Solid
Geometry, and Advanced Algebra, All
courses in the Mathematics department
A bisector divides an angle into two equal parts. Michele
Knecht uses this proposition to prove the problem she is
putting on the blackboard, Julie Manderbock and Al
Williams do not seem to be having any trouble with their
Two years of foreign-language study are
required for entrance to most universities
and colleges. All courses in The foreign P-
language department are elective and 'rf' - n I
credit is given for two years work only.
The amount of foreign language re- ,,,
quired of students by various universi-
ties is reduced considerably if or student
has taken three or four years of a foreign
language in high school. The courses
offered at GHS are French, Latin, and
Spanish, Many students take Their first
year of language in iunior high school,
enabling them to take two years of two
different languages while in high school.
Ah monsieur, snails! Chef Pierre lPeter Ruschl tempts
Bruce Jones' appetite with a great French delicacy
in a French class skit,
Left to right: Language instructors Arthur Osterveen, Glen Henderson, David Gibson, Margaret Sobelle,
Naomi Beck, Charlotte Aseltine, Gerald Gallagher, and Mabel Lambert lDe-partment Headl.
Home Economics Instructors
Many interesting and varied courses are offered in the
Home Economics department. Clothing l and ll are open
to all girls and are a prerequisite to Advanced Clothing.
Senior Clothing is designed to help senior girls make
their clothes for graduation activities. The foods courses
offered are Foods l and ll and Modern Hostess which is
open to iunior and senior girls only. Home Management
and Home Nursing are also offered.
Taking time out from their many classes are Home Economics teachers Elsie Garrett lDe
partment headl, Lucille Anderson, Elva Marshal, and June Arford.
lRrghtl Mary Fisher demonstates the correct way to cut out a skirt. By making their own
clothes many girls keep in step with fashion in an economical way.
Students who plan to enter into a business career after leaving school are trained
by the Commerce department to become efficient business men and women.
Back row: Dudley Graham, Wylna Cowles, Bottom row: Edward Nissen, Henrietta
Huyssen. Jeanette Day glance over the new typing manual.
Mary Jane McClane tries one of the electric typewriters while Ruth Starr,
James Steele lDepartment headl, and Homer Livermore look on.
Left to right: Glenna Pappas, Judy Hirtle, Cora Doty,
and Bonnie Nish try to increase their speed in
Mechanical Arts Instructors
Tom Suter, Mr. Greg Lawrence and Sylvia Castero
repair electrical equipment. Here they center their
attention on a projector,
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There are two types of courses offered in the Mechanical Arts department: Vocational and industrial
Arts. The vocational courses are intended to train students in specific trades and requires three con-
secutive hours daily in shop work. The Industrial Arts classes are given as a part of one's general 2,5
education and require one period per day. Surrounding a metal lathe are our Mechanical Arts In- -
structors. Left to right: Ed Harrington, Greg Lawrence, Walter Lauxen, Carl Derksen, Jack Harrison,
Louis Malinowski, Eugene Crawford, Lovell Paggot, and Tom Christensen.
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Every student is required to take two years of English. Six more
semesters of English are available. Seniors who plan to go on to college
are advised to take Senior Composition. Journalism and Drama are
elective courses, but they may not be included in the required English
credit. The advanced iournalism class puts out the school paper twice
a month, Above at an English department meeting are, left to right:
Row one: Mary Ann O'Brien, Beatrice Morlian, Olive Eckerson, Barbara
Canady, Louise Swedenborg lDepartrnent headl, Eloise Edmonds, Ruth
Carruth, Emily Ledbetter, Shane Wilson, Mariorie Bailey. Row two: Joe
Wadlington, William Ryan, Wesley Hartley, Warren Johnson, Louis Hill,
Librarians Mary Tye, Daisy Lake lHead librarianl,
and Ouida Robbins help students find books for
collateral reading, book reports, and term papers.
A new science fiction collection was donated to the
library this year by Bob Oldfield. Magazines and
pamphlets are also available to students.
Georgia Woodard lDepartment headl, Josephine Hicks, Minnie Snelson, and Charlotte
Anderson, Cosmetology instructors, from left to right, teach students to give facials, manicures,
and to set hair. Hair styles and color combinations are also stressed.
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The hard work of twenty-seven busy
women satisfy hungry Glendale stua
dents as they file into the cafeteria
for lunch. The staff begins working
at seven o'clock in the morning
baking their own pastries and pre-
paring original dishes.
Raw l: Beverly Stanley, Rhoda Naud, Lauretta Brouillard, Helen Pammer, Eda Cheve, Estella Epperson
lCafeteria managerl, Freda Wilson, Margaret Snow, Louise Thompson. Row 2: Lena Anderson, Nellie
Jackson, Roma Nichols, Marie Young, Margaret Fowler, Patricia Powell, Harriet Haendle, Stella
Ericsson, Charlotte Lucier.
The only difficulty hungry students have at
lunch time, is deciding what to have, where to
sit, and how to think over the din.
Building Maintenance Staff
The maintenance staff in-
cludes the gardeners who
keep our lawns looking trim,
the custodians whose iob it
is to help us keep our cam-
pus clean and the main-
tenance men who keep the
school operating. Broken
clocks, damaged desks, and
all the little "accidents" that
occur keep these men busy.
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Young, Max Littlefield, Jim Whrtemore, Victor Veelleux. Row 2: Bill Done, N. B. Elkrn, Roger DuBois, Carl Johnson.
Row 3: Mildred Butler, Hrpolrto Olivo, Maeser Day, and Bob Hart,
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John is using a palette knife to apply the oils to his
project in art.
Seniors Skip Newell, Mike McNeill, and Bill Dawson lead the discussion
in an English Life and Literature class. Studies of poems, essays, and
authors are covered in this course.
"Of Books - and Pencils -
From books and pencils and microscopes - to
baking cakes and pedagogues lto paraphrase the
walrus and the carpenterl, these things are part of
the everyday life at Glendale High. The l25 mem-
bers of the Glendale High faculty guided over 2,700
students through a diversified curriculum designed
to cover vocational, pre-business, and college pre-
paratory interests More than 80 subiects are of-
fered at GHS -M among them Cosmetology, lntro-
duction to the Social Sciences and Modern Culture,
courses not offered at any of the other schools in
the Glendale Unified School District, This year gifted
seniors were given the opportunity to take one course
at Glendale College as part of the district's pilot
program for superior learners. The students took
such courses as mathematics, science, and college
English. This is the real Glendale High School! De-
spite many outside activities, our scholastic achieve-
ments are the basis for our reputation.
Bill Brostoff, Mr. Albert Hewitt, physics instructor, Carol Green,
F and David Ashcraft are experimenting to find the coefficient
' of linear expansion! The increase in length of a unit length
, of solid when heated through a temperature change of one
degree is called the coefficient of linear expansion, so physics'
George McElroy, Driver Education instructor, explains to Bob Heller,
Joy Tye, and Pete Ogden how to use the fire extinguisher and safety
'Checking in paper, pencils and miscellaneous supplies during office practice
and Microscopes -
dare Marilyn Smith, Trudy Wright, Ann Metcalf, Judy Blossom, Glory Staniec,
erry Moon, Sharon Corcoran, and Sylvia Baurenteind. Students taking office
ractice help out in the various offices at GHS.
of - Gloria Smith poses for photographers Byron Melendy and Lynn
Roundtree. Printing, developing, use of light meters and types of
cameras are among the many things taught in photography.
A little salt, a little sugar, some flour and shortening all go into the
cookie batter. Linda Hendricks combined these ingredients successfully
and made Christmas cookies during her foods course. ln the back-
ground Beth Holman rolls out cookie dough.
This conglamoration of metal parts is used by students in welding shop
for practice. Stillman Pond is welding several pieces of metal together
with ci torch.
Honors and Awards
One of these tour students will represent Glendale High School when they
spend the summer in a foreign country as part at the American Field Service
student program They are from left to right: Sue Williams, Christine D'arc,
Peter Rusch, and Bob Wulf.
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Glendale High School sent these two students to foreign coun-
tries as part of the American Field Service exchange student
program, Emily Shochat spent the summer in France and
Dick Webb lived and went to school in New Zealand for
Jan McDermot above won the Betty Crocker Scholarship
award when she competed with other girls from GHS in a
written examination stressing home economics,
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Bill Dawson and Diane Stubbletield were selected as the two outstanding
seniors in the area by the Glendale Elks club They competed with
seniors trom the two other schools, and, after submitting notebooks
about their activities were iudged to be the outstanding senior boy
and girl in Glendale.
Talking over their many experiences at conventions this year are Jim Phypers
and Bob Mack, delegates to Boys' State, Peter Rusch, who attended the
youth and government convention in Sacramento sponsored by the YMCA,
and Shirley Godfrey, who represented GHS at Girls' State.
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Eighty-two local scholarships and awards
ranging from 57.50 to 52,000 were given
last year. The awards ranged from medals,
books, and typewriters, to bonds, certifi-
cates, and a trip to Europe. Twenty-five
college scholarships were given ranging
from honors at entrance to grants in aid.
The scholarship committee begins the screen-
ing out process for scholarship applicants
in the applicant's iunior year. Honors, such
as delegates to Girl's and Boy's State and
American Field Service exchange students
are given in the junior year.
After competing with other seniors in the National Merit Scholarship examination these five
students came up with the highest scores in GHS and went on to the state finals They
are from left to right: Don Burnap, Bill Brostoff, Emily Schochat, Jim Danforth, and Gail
Honored by the Bank of America for their high achievements in the varoius fields of studies
were these outstanding seniors. Cup winners, front Row, left to right: Bill Hartman, science
and math, Emily Schochat, liberal arts, Betty Slocum, vocational arts, and Gail Winbigler,
fine arts. Certificate winners are from left to right, Row two: Jim Phypers, English, Barbara
Pence, home economics, Donna Reed, social science, Louise di Tullio, music, Wayne Skaggs,
trades and industrial arts, and Don Burnap, math.
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The Exchange Club selected these three outstanding seniors to rep-
resent Glendale High in the semiefinals for a trip to Washington,
D,C. during Easter vacation. Dick Webb, left, and Jim Phypers
congratulate Bill Dawson on winning the trip.
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Bullocks for his art achievements, admires photographs
that won Cecil Selman, center, first place in the NAJD
photography contest. John Stewart, right, was the re-
cipient of four honorable mention awards from Bullocks
for his oil paintings.
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Not on opening day! Bewildered Sophs,
the size of Glendale High, wonder if
unscramble The room numbers. Juniors
are Talking a mile a minute to catch up
on the news on summer vacation. There's so much
To Talk about. Girls inspect each others new clothes
while The guys discuss The fine points of Their cars.
Seeing who is in your classes is always important
and newcomers are made welcome. Counselors do
a remarkable iob aT scheduling, but occasionally a
surprised and unwilling boy can find himself pro-
grammed in a ballet class.
By The second week The necessary program changes
have been made, lockers have been assigned, and
curiosity about one's locker runs high. After all, one
will have To get along wiTh This chap all year. LeT's
hope This person's nice. Teachers begin To know
Their students, seating charts are filled out, books
issued and homework assigned.
VacaTion's over, back To The grind.
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are refused admittance to the girls' gym by
Mrs. Patricia Mack, gym taeacher.
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September 16th, school gets underway. One of the first events
of the school year is the Girls' Stunt show. Here the Girls'
League Board advertise the attraction at an assembly, Lett
to right are Kathy Murphy, Susie Green, Connie Sontag,
Nancy Uteck and Anne Metcalf.
Sophs read handbook. Muriel Brown, Phil Thomas and Jenny
Sheele, left to right, read the handbook to unscramble their
foggy ideas about Glendale's curriculum.
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this question a sign is posted
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the room in which they may
fi. secure their programs.
Showing him the "ropes"! Mr.
AI Hewitt, science department
head, wisely counsels Mr. Sam
Wernle, a Teacher new to Glen-
dale, on how To impress stu-
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A wild rush swarrned into the counseling office when the
double lunch schedule was presented. Mike Gates finds that
the office has closed its doors in self-defense, to everyone
who doesnt have an appointment.
"You Are There"
At the Girls' Stunt Show
Each year at GHS the girls produce the all-girls' Stunt Show
for the purpose of introducing new girls to the school and
to other students, and to develop class spirit. This year's
theme was "You Are There" and the girls had to write, or-
ganize, cast and prepare the stage with only the help of
their advisors and stage crew.
The theme of the winning Sophomore stunt was "You Are
There With Matahari." Their advisor was Miss Jeanette John-
son. The Junior girls produced "You Are There in Constanti-
nople." Their advisor was Mrs. Mariorie Pape. The Senior
production of "You Are There in the Gay 2O's" was advised
by Mrs. Hazel Johnson.
From the winning Sophomore stunt are: Judy Warren, Jean Frazier, Shirley Hen-
derickson, Sylvia Revelt, and singer, Jayne Paul.
Exploding Senior song and yell leaders, who led their class to victory in spirit are:
Barbara Pience, Sharon Whitley, Heather Martin, .loy Hooker and Eloise Whitsell.
Gay blades of the Senior Stunt, "Gay 2O's," are: Janice Spong, Larelie Kling,
Dianne Morosi, Penny More, Nancy Atsinger, Mardith Naregan, Pat Blanton, Mary
Bowers, and Sandra Staley.
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Prata and Charlotte Hunter, and head-harem girl
Glenda Pappas, are surrounded by the pick of the
harem in the Junior Stunt.
Classes Compete in
Speeches, Tableaus and Spirit
at the Fiftieth Oratorical
Eyes straight forward, heads erect, hands on knees, a sea ot faces
above white shirts tensely await the commencement of Glendale High
School's 50th Oratorical. The classes compete in three divisions, speech,
tableau and spirit. John Robinson, speaking of "The Most Precious Gift"
won the speech trophy tor the Senior class. Junior speaker Bruce Jones
presented 'AAs We Will" and Janice Goodemoot spoke on "The Truth
Shall Make You Free" for the Sophonnores. The Sophornores entered the
winning tableau, shown on the opposite page. Karen Risinger and Paul
Beckett spurred the Juniors on to be victorious in the spirit phase. The
Seniors were led by Nancy Atsinger and Gary Glava, while Pam Bently
and Don Hagen led the Sophomores.
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It's up to you! The Junior Tableau depicted cynical .boys laughing at the prophet's
powers. They came to him with a bird and made him tell whether it was dead or alive.
He answered by saying that it was their will.
Atoms to help man through :clonal A man framed in an atom
looking down on laboring men was shown in the Senior tableau.
as portrayed in the artist's rendering of the set.
Junior speaker, Bruce Jones, "As We Will"
Accepting applause lleft to rightl, are Oratorical participants Don Hagen,
Gary Glava, Paul Beckett, Karen Risinger, Janice Goodemoot, John
Robinson, Tom Sparrow, Tom Seabold, Bill Jenks and Bill Dawson.
Freedom through education! The winning Sophomore tableau presented the Statue
of Liberty as she reigned over a large book representing knowledge.
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Lett to right: Bob Johnson, Brenda Fortner, Don Beck, Dick Denny, John Sipple,
and Mr. A. A. Buonaguidi, were the Pep Club officers and advisor in charge of
all Pep Club activities.
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Twice a year the students at GHS tradition-
ally trudge up the well known "G Hill," a
landmark of Glendale. The lime used to
coat the "G" was supplied by the Pep Club,
and due to transportation difficulty, the lime
was taken up by the private Radio Station
KHOF, whose transmitter is located on the
Varsity .lousts Faculty at Annual Basketball Game
The Faculty men this year raised their sights, and played the
Glendale Varsity Basketball team rather than the usual senior
pick-up team. The faculty won the lunch-time game, by the nar-
row margin of 20-19. The ten cent admission charge went to
the various charities and Foreign Exchange Fund.
Featured here is action typical of the close game. Below, left to right: Bob
Hensler, Mr. Bill Gilsinger, Mr. Richard Davis, and lin backgroundl Larry Wessoff
and Lewis Stoddard, Pictured to the right are Mike McNeill, Mr. Davis and Tim
Sophomores Jaynee Paul, Jim Straton, Roger Dalton, Tom Caddick and Keith
Moen, better known as the "lmperials," sang "I Love Paris" and "Sentimental
Journey" in the Talent Show this year.
A Star is Born
Thirteen may seem to be an unlucky number tor some super-
stitious people, but it turned out to be a very lucky day tor a
"Bali Hai Will Call You" as Junior Connie Sontag weaves an exotic
spell as she does a modern dance to strains from South Pacific."
At the Talent Show
tew ot our own Glenclalites, who appeared in this year's annual
talent show in March. They were seen by a talent scout and later
appeared on a local TV show as a result.
The talent show is presented to the students as a means of en-
tertainment and to give these youths their chance at stardom.
A chorus line of sophomore girls, Kathy Carr, Carol Langstaff, Susie White, Joan
Motto, and Celeste Koralon gave Bruce Jones lDirector of Assembliesl a warm
welcome as Master of Ceremonies of 'There's No Business Like Show Business."
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Peter Rusch as the pianist, Emilio Delgado as Dandy Dan, Ralph Sullivan
as Bad Billy, Elza Bergeron as Sizzling Sadie, and John Robinson as the
bartender, were the cast members of the Talent Show skit, 'And The
Piano Played On," written by Peter Rusch.
Soup's on! A smorgosbord dinner is served in the cafeteria. Salads of all descriptions, peas,
noodles, enchiladas, and cold cuts are among the gourmet's delights.
King for a Night
Girls Treat Fathers at the
Dad and Daughter Banquet
"Date with Father" Dads
and daughters stepped out
on March 27, To the annual
Dad-Daughter banquet, pre-
sented by The Girls' League.
The Tirst event ot The eve-
ning was the smorgasbord
dinner served in The cate-
teria. Girls Trorn each class
entertained with skits, and
Dad was pulled into The act
Too, it his daughter entered
him in a beauty contest.
He might win the honor ot
being The baldest father,
The man with the biggest
Waist, or the Dad who looks
most like his daughter. The
party then moved to The
girls' gym, where the Zeph-
yrs, a band Tram Glendale
High played tor "Dad" and
his proud daughter.
Cutting the rug. Denise McMillan and 'Dad" swing to The music
or The Zephyrs in the Green room,
A good time was had by all. Dad
proves to be a smooth dancer and
a good date. Climaxing a thrilling
evening of entertainment the party
adlourned to'the gym. Dancing with
such a good partner makes a perfect
ending of a fun-filled evening,
nter John Brennan lrightl receives The Most Valuable
Award from Mr. Tom Densonore, representative from
othing Store, the donor.
Aching muscles, muddy jerseys, and hard hours
of practice are always included in the average
day of a football player. ln honor of these grid-
iron heroes, the annual football banquet was
presented Nov. 26.
Football players, their parents, and coaches, the
participants in half time activities, and members
of the Board of Education were invited.
Aside from the awards pictured, Bill Pierce and
Bob Hensler, the Dynamiters' two co-captains,
were given footballs autographed by the team.
Also invited to the event were Glendale's cross-
country league champions who were presented
with medals, ribbons and gold track shoes.
The football banquet was an evening of awards
and recognition for Glendale's athletes who
participated in Fall sports.
Pictured below are B co-captains, Tom Sparrow, left, and
Hal Coons, center, receiving awards from their coach, Mr. Leo
Bill Pierce receives the "Brick Beach" award presented to him by the donor. Based upon
scholarship, citizenship and sportsmanship, this award is highly coveted.
Guests enioy buffet supper served by the Girls' League Board, who also entertained with skit
Touchdown' Fullback Bill Jenks, number
20, charges three yards for the Dyna-
miter's fifth touchdown, which occurred
at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
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Queen Joy Hooker lcenterl reigns over the
game with her court, left to right: Linda
Gratio, Linda Arnds, Kathy Murphy and
Where Cross-Town Rivals Meet
Since 1930, Glendale and her cross-town rival, Hoover, have
been battling tooth and nail for victory. Glendale won the
last two combats bringing the game count to 13-13. This
was the tie-breaking game. Excitement ran high as 12,000
fans tensely awaited the commencement of this traditional
game held in the Rose Bowl.
The end of the first halt saw the score tied at 12-12. This
was broken in the third quarter as the Dynamite-rs gained
a 19-12 lead. Glendale finally trampled the Tornadoes with
a 38-12 victory.
All wrapped up in a blanket - Linda Arnds
lleftl a member of the Court, and Barbara
Green, iunior song leader, keep warm while
watching the game with Jacky Fliedner, in the
Dynamite stick, who is the school-symbol seen
at all of Glendale's games.
Crashing through the "Dynamiter," co-captain
Bill Pierce leads Glendale onto the field. Yell
leaders Dick Denny lleftl and John Sipple
lrightl hold the paper "Dynamiter" for the
Queen Joy Hooker lleftj and two mem-
bers of her court, Kathy Murphy lcenterl
and Susie Green, yell the Dynamiters to
This year Glendale's undefeated B's fought
Hoover for the league championship. The event
started the double-header battle between Glen
dale and Hoover preceding the Varsity smear
The Blasters trampled Hoover with a 25-13 vac
tory, putting Glendale ahead of Hoover in the
race for the Glendale News Press trophy.
The school drill teams, the
Nitroettes and Sparklers, and
the band go into a half-time
One, two, three, play! Glen-
dale's sTaTe vv i n n i n g music
groups prepare here for The
Band and Symphony ConcerT, To
be presenTed April l8, aTTer The
Stylus dead-line. "Music of '58"
will be The TiTle of This year's
program, which will TeaTure
ig, ,TL many currenT composiTions.
Among These are 'iFanTasia on
The Alleluida", by Gordon Jac-
ob, "January, February, March",
by Don Gillis, "Madrilenas", by
F, M. Torroba, "Suite for Brass",
by Leonard Le Bow, "ToccoTTa for
Band" by Frank Erickson, 'Navy
Log March", by Fred STeiner,
"High Tor", by Harry Zimmer-
man, "Calypso Holiday", by
Edward McLin anol "Sea Por-
TraiT", by Homer La Gassey.
The final polishing. Mr. Eldred Balzer leads the Symphonettes in a combined rehearsal. Being such a large group, Borrowing from The P0571 The
they meet in separate classes most of thc Time. Here The whole group combines its talents for a final practice. Syl'TTpl'tOt'lSTTeS pI'E'SGI'1l Moz-
arT's "ConcerT in D Maior", Tea-
turing Louise Di Tulio on The
TluTe, and "Symphony Number
Two" by Howard Hanson. Mr.
Eldred Balzer is The musical di-
recTor with Jim Phypers associ-
aTe conducTor Tor The band, and
Joel Miller Tor The Symphon-
At the Annual
Music, mueslrol Mr. Eldred Balzer directs his music
groups and helps Them To polish up a few rough
spoT. With his help each of his musicians is care-
fully prepared for his part in the Concert.
Glendale Highs band. Flufes-Louise Di Tullio, Ann Phypers, Diane Peter, Mary Baker, Walter Theurer. Oboe-Honey Gecse. Clarinets-Jim Phypers, Ron
Eastman, Tom Tucker, Terry Curry, Tom Briggs, Boland Kirstein, John Tidmarsh, Gary PeTro, John Glaser, Marilyn Gilleron, Carol Hummel, Lee Wilkins, Muriel
Brown, Don Treptow Bass Clarinet---Bob Stover Alto SaxophonesiJohn Dooley, Alan Trotter, Kay Vieregg, Larry Maranville, Dick Hooper, Wilbur Bergine,
Marilyn Baker, Dwain BurT Tenor Saxophones-Gary Brooks, Bernard Camp. Baritone Saxophone-Gary logan. TrumpeTs-Steve King, Dick Eastburn, Sam
Clemet, Jerry Smith, Gary Hodge, Bob Perret, Barbara Hunter, Bill Martin, Bob Stratton, Gary Mead, Jim Scullin, Roger Kirkham, Dave Thompson, STeve
Dnngenberg, Richard Topper, Bob Serin, Mike Glans Trombone-s7Tom Clark, Ken Day, Don Walsh, Dave Voralik, Mike Delgado, Charles Lowell, John Brown,
Bob Denton, Ken Anderson, Kent Graham, John Redfern, Ken Keeler, French HornsfJoel Kotin, Ralph Pollack, Bruce Hill, Ray Carlson, Richard Lover, Bernard
Re-sler, John Gay Baritone7Barry Gerkin, Pat Colegrove, Jim Woodruff, Jack MoulTon Tubas--John Cope, Ken Temple, Paul McCartney, Bob Feland, Jim
Linnemeyer, Paul Filliger. Precussion--Bob Hines, Frank Straight, Bob Rae, Roger Mercier, Steve Fitch, Don Foley, Harold Baughman, Ron Coleman, Chas
Benefiel Tympani-- Dale Margnis. Bells--Sharon Ward. Cellos-Dorothy Tugby, Susie Schroeder, Diane Tomlin, Jane Kendall. String BassgCharles Mont-
gomery, Gary Htckiling, Ruth Watson, Kathie Culver.
The combined choral groups under the direction of Miss Shirley Nute lcenterl sing Christmas selections telling of the birth of Christ at their annual Christmas program
"Feast ot Lights " Chrstms Program
The tableau Ibelowl depicts this scene - 'And she gave birth to her
first-born son and wrapped him in swaddling clothes . . . " This
child was the " . . . Light which had shined on them who have long
been in the shadows."
"The people who walk in darkness have seen the great
light . . The spreading of light and truth throughout
the world was the theme of this year's traditional Christ-
mas program presented on the evening of December ll,
Narration between the selections was by John Robinson, Adrienne
Hotonian, and Bill Dawson. They told the story of the birth of Christ
and how the light of His lite has lit candles throughout the world,
Tableaus constructed under the direction of Mr, David Gibson depicted
the key points ofthe narration.
'Go and search diligently for the child, and when you have
for the community, and December 13, tor the student
This production represented the combined efforts of three
hundred students who participated in the chorus, solos,
narrations and the construction ot the tableaus.
Miss Shirley Nute, with the help of Mr. Robert Altheuser,
combined the talents of the A Cappella Choir, Choral-
ettes, Advanced Girls' Glee Club, the Lyric Club, Sopho-
more Girls' and Men's Glee Clubs and the Mixed Chorus,
into songs ofthe Christmas season.
Pictured, left, are the soloists in the Christmas
program. Bottom row, left to right: Dorothy Bogart,
Virginia Pool, Nancy Sisson, Laura Smith, Joanne
Ferona, Kaye Stromburg and Jan Baker. Center row:
Linda Grubb, Glynne Todd, Mike Pierce, Rickie Lipp,
Gary Waxler, Jaynne Paul, Jeanette MacArthur and
Madge Marshal. The three narrators, top row:
Adrienne Hotonian, Bill Dawson, and the principal
speaker, John Robinson.
found him bring me word so that l, too, may come to
worship him." This is the theme ot the tableau lrightl.
Student government has long been of great
importance to Glendalites and each election is
followed with interest. To qualify for a GHS
office, a student must maintain a "C" average
in grades, have a high merit average, and have
a petition signed by at least 85 students. The
entire student body votes on proposed amend-
ments to the constitution as well as electing
members to Cabinet. This past year Don Beck
and Skip Newell held office as Vice Presidents
while Bruce Jones was Director of Assemblies,
Betty Slocum and Gay Miles, Secretaries, Sue
Williams and John Robinson, Co-ordinators of
Speech Arts, Bonnie Cook, Comptroller, Cecile
Lash and Joan Henderson, Directors of Girls'
Athletics, Don Beck and Miles Haskin, Directors
of Boy's Athletics, Cheryl Taliaferro, Co-ordin-
ator of Fine Arts, Rosemary Montana and Donna
Sodoma, Directors of Publicity, Kay Langton,
Co-ordinator of Organizations, Sue Barlow and
Ricky Blanchard, Head Song Leaders, John Sip-
ple and Dick Denny, Head Yell Leaders, and
the members elected to Student Court were
Bob Ray and Stu Szidak.
Swearing in newly elected Student Body President Skip Newell is out-going GHS N
President Bill Dawson.
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V3 S'-V if M. tx ff 2 : uf Steve Little and Don Beck were running for Vice President, and running for
' ' X l , l 'QL .gag if hz' President were Dick Webb and Skip Newell.
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high office of President of the Student Body. Skip was ff ' i f. -- ' i i 1 xg.,
post Vice President of the first semester of 1957-'58 -' K 'Q ' l u .
school term, and Dick was past President of the Junior ' K 4-' '
Class in 1956- 57 and was one of our foreign Exchange
students to go to New Zealand, where he finished his
Junior and began his Senior year.
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Pictured here ig Bonnie Cook ond Mfg, Nomination Assembly for Sophomores- Left to right: Murray Grant ladvisorl, Roger Dalton, Laurie Dunsmore
Mabel Gansz of the Attendgnqe office, Jonelle Jordan, Mae Marchese, Sue Baggi, Sheila Minkin, Carole Spelgatti, Benny Combs, Lance Otis, Dena
Bonnie is geifmg her petition for Sfu. Berman, Julie Berton, Adrine Russell, Nancy Hooper, Muffet Bailey, Layne Wells, Ann Pollack, Paul Nuccio, Don
dem Bgdy Finonce Compnoller Cleored Hagen, Jayne Paul, Jan Metcalf, Sandra Dooley, Carol Dorlen and Pam Bentley.
by the office.
A screaming Bill Dawson hits the water of the fish pond in the Senior Glen, for a tradition-
ally wet finish to his term as first semester Student Body President.
Tensions mount as an excited crowd mills around
the school bookstore. "Here he comes!" some-
one shouts and the group parts for him to come
through. He tacks a slip of paper on the bulle-
tin board and steps aside as iostling people
surge toward the notice. lt's election day at
Glendale and the ballots have finally been
Holding on for dear life is Keith Moen, who was one of the
many sign-hangers during the second semester elections,
Anxiously looking on are Melinda Dunn and Pam Briley.
Don Beck seen here having his
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Christmas Present forthe Halls
Deck the Halls. This year the
Civitans and Civinettes secured
and decorated the traditional
Christmas tree for the entrance
hall. When school let out for
Christmas vacation they deliv-
ered it to a children's home in
East Los Angeles.
Also filled with the Christmas
spirit, the Key Club sponsored a
proiect whereby each homeroom
would fill at least one box with
canned food for a needy family.
Boxes filled with Christ- ,Q
mas dinner bring good
cheer to needy families.
A Christmas tree do-
nated by the Civitans
and Civinettes fills Glen-
dale's halls with holiday
Turn Aborrt's Fair Play
Students parade during lunch period checking costumes and discussing the events of the day.
These are last year's pictures of this long-remembered day.
To Glendalites, Book and Baggage
day means a reprieve from school
clothes and work. Wacky costumes
replace the conventional regulated
dress, movies and Stylus signing are
substituted for school work. An addi-
tional bonus is added for the guys.
Their books are packed from place
to place by girls.
Squirt-gun fights are the school sport on Book and Bag-
gage day. Mr. Beck, boys' vice principal has a fine col-
lection of these weapons by the end of the day.
Decided on a career? Glendale High's
career day might have helped you. Late
in March, students signed up to hear a
speaker Talk on The field of Their choice.
On May l, Third period, everyone went
to a designated room, where he was
given ideas on planning his career.
There was a variety of fields open to
students, including Topics such as ani-
mal husbandry, fire fighting, The real
estate business, truck driving and The
veterinarian profession, along with the
more popular iobs, such as secretarial
work, modeling, business opportunities,
dentistry, engineering and hospital
Career day gives students an idea of
the possibilities, the merits and dis-
advantages of the iob. This insight may
help them to decide whether or not they
wish to prepare themselves for this ca-
Making plans. Mrs. Mary .lane McClane, in charge
of The secretarial portion of career day confers with
a speaker over the phone, She is helping Miss Ruth
Starr who is in charge of the event and absent for
Juniors Fill Treasury
Would you care to buy a magazine? Karen Risinger,
left and Kathy Waters solicit for the Junior's maga-
zine sale. The class topped all other previous Glen-
dale classes, and sold a total amount of Sl3,4l6.
With the money raised the Juniors will give the
Senior Party, and the class gift to the school.
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Stacks of forms to be filled out. Putting career day forms
into piles to be placed in teacher's mail boxes are Ietr
to right: Sue Meyer, Judy Flecker and Mary Jayne Sentick.
On Career Day
Hot off the mimeo. Jerry logram, front,
and Gay Myles run off career day bulle-
tins for teachers.
Career Day secretaries. Busily typing forms are, front row:
Judy Jobe, left and Elizabeth Edwards, back row, Bar-
Bara Snavely, left, and Dorothy Korzun.
Where shall we go? Carolyn Younger,
left, and Corkie Campbell decide on the
career on which they would like infor-
lMth Magazine Sale
Wow, what prizes! Juniors, left to right: .lim Baugh, Robin Paulson, Caroline Coplin, Kathy Waters
and Trina Steine look hopefully at the beautiful prizes which will be given to the leading salesmen
in the Junior magazine sale. Among the prizes were a portable typewriter, radios, a movie camera,
and wrist watches. High salesmen were John Zannaiter, Ricky Graham, Fred Port, Tom Webber and
Don Tyssee. The one hundred and two people who sold over fifty dollars worth of subscriptions re-
ceived ci free steak dinner and a movie ticket to "The Bridge on the River Kwai." Miss Margaret
Graham's fifth period was the top selling class.
"What powers do I hereby possess?" Aladdin lElza
Bergeronl ponders after the Geni appears from the lamp.
"I must have the lamp," demands the Magician lJoyce
Jonesl angrily glaring at Aladdin. Guarding the treas-
ures of the Golden Room are Camille Myers, Melanie
Phwisst! in a cloud of smoke the Meyers, and Margie Castlen,
Geni, lKathy Woodburnl rnaterializes
from the lamp whenever it is rubbed.
This Years Dance Recital
ln search of the Ice-Blue Diamond, Aladdin ventures to Alaska where he meets up with penguins:
Inge Gust, Sara Carlton, Barbara Askew, Pam Thomson and Eskimos: Linda Hay, and Cora Doty.
Introducing the audience to the enchanting
world of Aladdin Took the lull co-operation ot
the set changers, script writers, and the dancers
themselves, The script was written by a com-
mittee ot dance students, directed by Miss Ruth
Stwalley and Joyce Jones, and narrating the
entire dialogue was Dennis Parrett.
Back flat, knees out, stomach in, coaches Miss Ruth Stwalley,
dance instructor, to Joyce Jones.
Playboy, Tony Cavendish, portrayed by Milo Delgado, returns home to escape the
clutches of a designing woman bringing the play to an exciting climax.
"The Royal Family"
Fall Stage Production
A few of the cast, lgoing clock-wisel Charles Buck, Carol Thurgood,
Marty Sours, Suzanne Davider, Tina Fogg, Peter Rusch, Joel Miller,
Dorothy Bogart, Milo Delgado, Nazneen Thanawalla, and David Beckett,
pause during rehearsal.
'The Royal Family," a three act com-
edy, by George Kaufman and Edna
Ferber was presented by students of
Glendale High School to the public
November 2l and 22.
This fall production was supervised
by Mr. Joe Wadlington, head of the
drama department. The orchestra
under the supervision of Mr. E. L.
Balzer, supplied the music, and the
2'-4-V we - 2... 2 1 l make-up was supervised by Miss
ll I -Q Esther Crandall.
oy L Again, the Stage Crew, advised by
-zz 1 X Mr. David Gibson, was there giving
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Before going through the paces of the actual public performances, the cast gathered with graduated PV'nC'P0l PlGYef5f Mllo Delgfldof D0'0TllY BOQGVTI
and present Thespians for dinner and to preview the final dress rehearsal.
and Joel Miller are seen here getting their
last minute instructions from Mr. Waldington.
Rockin' and Boppin' in one of the Rock and Roll Assemblies
were Don Julian and The Masters. Below, Don and "Lucky"
Lockhart swing out an ' The Girl Cant Help lt."
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Dick DAgostin and his band came to town to go to town on Glendales stage. Dick played
the aiano, his brother Larry played the guitar, Dave Oster played the other, Wayne Geis
was on bass, Paul Caufman -- drums and Gene Rossip onthe sax.
Study Routine Broken by School Assemblies
From the Island of Haiti came Jean Durand and his troupe
Their calypso styled folk songs and ballads went over big
with the students and the show was rated one of the best
"All work and no play makes anyone a dull person." So to break up
the daily routine of school work, Glendale students can look forward to
an assembly every week. With Bruce Jones as Director of Assemblies,
shows ranged from opera to rock n' roll and something new, "The Fac-
Assemblies for the second semester were
planned for Glendale students by the assembly
committee. The committee is headed by Bruce
Jones, director of assemblies Members are
left to right: Steve Little, Pat Nichols, Bruce
Vicki Shaw, and Melinda Dunn.
Music with a flare was performed by
The Royal Guard, a singing group spec-
ializing in show tunes The Guard sang
tunes from Showboatf' Oklahoma"
and South Pacific' plus several opera
The Spring Play, "Green Valley,"
written by Frank Wattron, will be
presented To The students and pub-
lic on May 9, long atter this book
has gone to press.
As The second drama offering ot The
Semester, "Green Valley" will be di-
rected by Mr. Joe Wadlington, The
head of the Drama Department, and
produced by The GHS Drama
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Above, Joe Wadlington is instructing the main
characters of the play Green Valley," Milo
Pictured, beginning clockwise at lower right- Kaleta Morgan, Sue Bicknell, Joy Burton, Julie Tucker
Janna Lee Hartman, Trrna Stine, Pat Pierson, Charles Buck, Skip Newell, Jack Caselles, George Pierner
Delgado, Janna Lee Hartman, and Elza Bet- Elza Bergeron, Milo Delgado, David Beckett and Joel Miller, the cast ot this years Spring Play Green
ln The picture above, Burnie Hawn is carry-
ing the ball tor the Eagle Rock Athletic Club
which Mr. Harry Beck lVice-Principall has
been coaching tor the past ll years.
This year's Rugby Game on February 28,
was sponsored by the Junior Class as a
money raising project. Due to bad weather
there was not the turn out expected. The
Santa Ana Rugby Club won over Pepper-
dine l9-9. The UCLA Bruins also played
The Eagle Rock Athletic Club with or Tinal
score ot 8-O. Two exDynamiters, Tom Paton
lBreakawayJ and Captain Joe Harper lScrunn
Haltl played Tor UCLA.
Below, Kenny Gunn, player for UCLA is iurnping forthe ball from the line-out
On Your Mark!
The Inter-class Track Meet
Starts Off Wth a Bang
As was expected, the Senior Class trackmen won
the spring interclass track meet with a total of
140 points. However, the game sophomores
upset the Juniors for second place with the
Sophomores collecting 10811, points, the Jun-
Leading the victorious Class of '58 were Bill
Fasano, with victories in the B high hurdles and
high iump, Dave Hull, who won both varsity
hurdle events, and Tom Sparrow's B low hurdle
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ahead of Bob Drake, sophomore, and Senior Johnson.
Senior Tom Sparrow was the victor in the B 120-yard low hurdles.
Here Sophomore Jim Freeland and Senior Gary Logan trail Spar-
row over the second hurdle,
Bob Jensen leaps 21'-AK!" to win the varsity broad
iump. Jensen, a Senior, won over Juniors Chuck
Brady and Gerry Saulvester.
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A warmup toss for Hal Coons prepares him for
the B shot put competition. Coons was edged by
Junior John Whitney in the event. Both have hit
118 feet' or better consistently this season.
and pole-vault wins.
Varsity pole-vaulter iust misses on one of three tries.
Shown is Junior Jerry Lee, who placed third in
the event, behind Seniors Bob Johnson and Bob
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Examples of the suits made by the tailoring classes are mod-
eled, Left to right: by Marilyn Bohn, Kathie Montana, and
Barbara Knock. Marilyn and Kathie chose a medium shade
of blue wool for their proiects. Barbara's ensemble was
made of a turquoise and white tweed.
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Left to right are Joy Knisley, Sharon Parsons and Bonnie Neish
modeling their sheath dresses, Joy made hers with a short
iacket out of blue wool. Sharon's dress is an ivy-league pat-
tern made of a brown, red and green striped cotton, A white
and red sash trims Bor'rnie's red wool outfit.
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Lorna Davenport models her white sheath dress
with small black shoulder ties. lt is made of
a rayon blend of material.
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of knotted thread
and stuck fingers,
the sewing classes
bravely give the
Stylus a preview of
their annual style
after the deadline
of this book. Sewing
students model the
garments which they
have made under
the direction of their
teachers, Mrs. Elsie
Garrett, Mrs. Elva
Marshal and Mrs. ,
Lucile Anderson. The
fashion show wa i
presented in the I
for the P
Ellen Kneiding and lynn Loeffler, right, chose
coats for their tailoring proiects. Ellen was
absent when these pictures were taken. Here
her three-quarter length coat is modeled by
Linda Hoy. Lynn made her full-length coat of
Football Spirit Continues
At the Alter Game Danoes
Glendale's home game dances offered a good place to discuss the
events of an exciting game.
To climax an exciting evening of hard cheering
for the Dynamiters, three school organizations
sponsored after-home game dances. Glendale
football fans were admitted to the green room
for 254 and a student body card. The Cabinet,
advised by Mr. Wallace Rankin, presented the
first dance, the profit to be used to extend the
school budget. Mr. Ado Boniguidi's Pep Club
and Mrs. Patricia Mack's Nitroettes, the school
the other two.
Home games had excellent turnouts and were a good climax to thrill-packed evenings
This year's Sophomore producfion of
"Harbor LighTs" was proclaimed a greaT
success loy all who attended.
The TradiTional school-year dance To be
sponsored loy The Sophomore Class as
The A'CoTTon 'n Cord" lafter The dress re-
quiremenTsl followed a Theme of "Har-
The Sophomores wenT all ouT on The
decoraTions This Time. There were fish
neTs on The walls and ceiling, wiTh life-
savers, and sTar fish. The Throne was a
small sail boaT wiTh a large sail on
which appeared '60 lmeaning class of
i96Oi. The boat was covered wiTh red,
pink, and whife camellias.
The Cotton 'n Cord Princesses this year
and Their escorts were iclockwise from
lower lefTi: Linda Souer, Rick Marshall,
Eileen Henry, Dave Lawerance, Adrienne
Russell, Carry Schwartz, Tom Seabold
lClass Presidenfl, Queen Jill Parker, Tom
Elison, Jaynee Paul, KeiTh Moen, Joyce
Mothershed, Bill Woodford and Pam
BenTley and her escort Jim StraTon.
Sophomores Rule Over
"Cotton 'n Cord" Dance
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This dance scene is Typical of This years Cotton
'n Cord, "Harbor LighTs."
Enthroned is The lovely queen and her courT
iclockwisel: Linda Sauer, Eileen Henry, Adrienne
Russell, Jill Parker iQueenl, Jaynee Paul, Joyce
MoThershed and Pam BenTley.
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Plans for "Harbor Lights" were in good hands with this
sTudenT committee in charge, aided by Mr. Murray Grant,
advisor and with the assistance of Miss Jeanette John-
son, They were: Keith Moen, Janie Parkhouse, Tom Seae
bold, Sandra Colbertson, Mr. Murray Grant, Susie White,
Lance Otis, and Jan Metcalf.
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six. Left to right: Tom Sparrow, Bill Pierce, Skip Newell, Don, Garry Overholser, Miles Haskin and Skip Hudson.
Cabinet Played Host at the
"lt's a Woman's World" as the golden arrows of cupid pierced the male hearts l'?l as for one evening
the pursuer became the pursued. lclockwisel Bill Pierce, Brenda Robichaux: Sue Barlow, Tom Sparrow,
Skip Newell, Kathy Murphy, Don Beck, Bae Barrow, Miles Hoskin, Lynn Davis, Michael Wellman, Garry
Overholser, Gary Hudson, Skip Hudson.
There seemed to be a great deal of excite-
ment over the "Bunny-hop" during an inter-
mission of Don Porter's band.
The one chance tor The gals to Take
the guy of her choice out on the
town was this year's Backward
Dance. She was to buy lor makel
the corsage, be his chauffeur, and
to pay all checks. "lt's a Woman's
World" was held on the night of
February l, in the well known
"Greenroorn," and was sponsored
by the 1958 Cabinet Members and
advisor, Mr. Wallace Rankin.
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of attraction in this fast moving number.
Was "Shangri La" for Dancers
Once The hurried and exciting preparations were over,
The long awaited Junior Prom began. The "greenroom"
was transformed into a "Shangri La" with a Chinese
pagoda, four beautiful fountains, a golden buddha, and
many exotic lanterns.
Pictured above right: Queen Karen Risenger surrounded
by Keith Walberg, her escort, and Bill Jencks, The Junior
Class President. Left to right is her lovely court and Their
escorts, Pat Dominick, Bill Borst, Diane McBain, Ron
Logan, Sandy Murphy, Robin Paulson, Anna Mae Wheel-
barger, Ron Mothershed, Kathy Montana, Ed Garaliski,
Carolyn Hooper, and Barry Bottrell. The entire Junior
Class, along with Their advisor, Mr. Dudley Graham, had
good reason to be proud of Their successful dance with
a colorful Theme.
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Smoke House. . A
The court is elected by the entire student body. The girls who run
are nominated by friends and must have a "C" average and a
merit record of above 85. After voting, The names of the princesses
are, posted, but The queen's name is kept a secret until 11:15 the
night ofthe prom.
The last Waltz puts The finishing touches to an
enchanting evening spent in 'Shangra La."
The Queen and Her Court
This year's Stylus Staff added another teather in its modest
cap with this presentation of the Senior court. The Prom
scheduled for May 17 llong after the Stylus goes to pressl,
has not in past years received yearbook coverage. To cor-
rect this inequity, the staff talked the Senior class advisor,
Mr. Jack Parker and President Tom Sparrow into holding
campus election of the court early to be included in The
yearbook. We trust everybody enioyed themselves at the
Prorn as much we enjoyed assembling this page.
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audience on fnre
watchful Dudley Graham ns the 'I
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The graceful swaying of Palm Tree Edwards enflces Money Mad
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The end comes To Mr. Osterveen in the play, "The Piano Played On."
Doing the shooting is Mr. David Gibson, "Buddy Billy."
Aido suonu guada G new step. Ladder courtesy of Don
"Rompin' " Roy Vuiovich shows the "Sultan of Swing,"
Opening the Faculty Frolics were "The Legs." Lovelies Pape, Johnson, Alsberge, Mack, Campbell, Johnson, and Swalley display dancing
technique land limbsl on "Theres No Business Like Show Business."
"Sweet Lips" Graham
stumbles gracefully on
to the stage. Helping is
the creature from the
Bang! and Arthur Oster-
veen gets it in the end
from Baddy Billy in the
skit The Piano Played
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Behind The Scenes at Glendale
Are These Hard-working Groups
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The bank loans money, handles ticket sales, membership drives, and other school
Cook, Bob Rost, and Roger Jalbert help run the bank.
Behind the scenes at Glendale are many hard working
groups which are too often taken for granted. Students com-
bine efforts with faculty members to run the campus Bank,
Bookstore, Library, and Candy Shack. These various facilities
are available to students at any time during school.
This year the Bookstore featured stationery decorated with pictures of
Mrs, Alma Hall and Bonnie Cook, Comptroller, sell a
student body membership card to Pam Van Wie.
Mary Fitzpatrick and Corinne Campbell work at the
Candy Shack during snack and lunch time. Penne Free-
bairn and Bonnie Pyles decide what sweets they will buy.
the school. Bill Dawson makes change at the cash register while Clark
Jolley sells book covers to some students. ,
Busy librarians Carl Orth, Nadine Minkoff, Margaret Mohr, Joyce Eaton,
Pat Nichols, and Bill Willis pause for a picture.
Ron Zakreski, Murray Staff, and Henry Shannon W,
hold the ladder while Ron Fiorvanty and Bob Mc-
Aumer Gdgust Wiring in The Stage Hgms In front, Bruce Rice and Torrey Smith point out instructions for the tall play scenery to Piave Wilms,
l ' Mike Riley, and Jim Case. In the background, Mr. Gibson I Don Fol I and G K, isler add a
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the Stage and P. A. Crews. Mr. Dave JA ,, .1 xffl 4
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Lawrence lstanding at lettl Dennis Williamson and Bob Anderson are seated at the control panel.
In Row l are: Tom Douglas, Wayne Skaggs, Torn Suter, Don Wintz, Allan Rossling, Sal Caste-ro, Bill
Borklund. Row 2. Donald Kalde, Conrad Rogers, Bob Hartley, Bob Gardiner, and Less Pressman.
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discovers when he demonstrates the technique ol
changing the lens on an arc proiector to Wayne
Skaggs, Sal Castero, and Bill Borklund.
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This yec1r's co-editors, Linda Kunka and Corolyn Younger, smooth out final details before
the Stylus 'dummy' is sent to the publisher
Corinne Campbell, photo editor,
smile One Two lt s an old story to these School octivities are covered by Janet Johnson and Andrea Hassler.
token many pictures for the yearbook Alan Boehmer,
Cecil Selmon are seen taking a few experimental
Dennis Parrett, cirt editor designs a division page with the help of
The cluttered bulletin board of the Stylus Staff reminds Mary Jo de los Reys
ana Penne Freebairn, working on the organizational section, that there are
dec dlines to meet.
"Do you think we dare use it?" Carole Spelgatti and Babette
Kreitzer debate which pictures to print in the Administration
As the final deadline nears Margie Mohr, secretary, lends a hand filing
cards to Mary Fitzpatrick, Senior section.
Do your prefer purple or white? John Stewart holds conference with Jay West
and John Christie about the Stylus cover.
"Girl Friday" for the Staff, Kathy Locke, aids Susie Hermann in writing copy
for the Academic section.
"The picture won't tit!" agonized cries ring through room 311,
second home to many ot the Stylus Statters. Tensions mount as
last minute crises arise when negatives are misplaced or pic-
tures are the wrong size.
Eavesdropping, we hear the editor saying, "Isn't it outrageous,
the price of french fries at Bobs has gone up to twenty-tive
The lab assistants below are also discussing important matters, Ron Brown
shows newest ideas in photography to Bob Russell, Ralph Swartz, Bob
Hammill, and Phil Rhoton,
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Our "Fourth Estate" At Work
Page editors Camille Adile, news, Donna Dedm Julie Kinfzinger, editorials, Marty Sours, and Kathy
McFarland, featuresg confer about story duplications.
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The "Fourth Estalef' the press. This year's Explosion
featured an all-around view of the school's news, editor-
ial outlook, features and sports. Four to six photographs
were printed in every issue.
Keeping the student body well informed on the news
and happenings was the Explosion. This year's staff
put forth special effort and produced outstanding issues.
The Hoover game and the Christmas issues both featured
color on the first page. To help the student body choose
their officers the pictures and qualifications of each
candidate was published in an election issue. Other
editions specialized in giving credit to G.H.S.'s fine
Math and Science Departments.
The Big Boss, editor for two semesters Donna Sodoma
did an outstanding job.
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editor and Roy Schmidt, editorial editor.
Transcribing the hieroglyphics of the reporters into neat concise copy Comparing photographs in the latest Exlosion are Mr Larry Weishart advisor, and
was the iob of Judy Mitchell and Sharon Burke typists. Cecil Selman photographer
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Executives in action. Jackie Liebmonn and Ann Bungay first Out to get a story! Reporters lst Row: Jeannie Kaye, Chris Furrer, Shirley Starr. 2nd Row:
and second semester assistant editors respectively, check over Maureen Nelson, Donna Thomas, Jo Ann Appolinari, and Karen Nichols check over story
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Working Hard to meet a Monday deadline the industrious staff members arrange their posteeups. Left to right: Shirley Starr, Donna Dedo, Donna Thomas,
Bob Rector,'Jackie Liebmann, Marty Sours, and Kathy McFarland.
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A Girls' League Board meeting first semester includes, left to right, Julie Cecile Lash, GAA., Gay Myles, Decorations, Sue Carthart, Welfare, Ann
Bradford, Secretary, Connie Sonntag, Friendship, Nancy Utech, Senior Rep- Nl9TCGlf, 50CIGl: 5USl9 Gfeefli PlWll0V1TllV0PlC: Grid lSSGTedl K0Tl'ile MU"Pl1Y.
resentative, Kathie Waters, Junior Representative, Joyce Mothershed, Sopho- President. Other members not pictured are, Linda Gratiot, Regulative Dress,
more Representative, Gail Newton, Treasurer, Gretchen Clemmons, Program, Brenda Robicheaux, Publicity, and Donna Reed, Vice President.
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Decorating for the Football Banquet is one of the many fun ctions of the Girls League Board. Here, left to right, Mrs
Jackson, Girls' sponsor, Donna Reed, Gail Newton, Kathy Murphy, and Nancy Utech are setting the head table.
Every girl enrolled at Glen-
dale is automatioally a
member of Girls' League.
The League's function is to
help the girls get acquainted
with each other and provide
clothes and school supplies
to girls who are in need of
such help. The League Board
elected each semester by the
girls themselves, sponsor a
"Howdy Day" at the begin-
ning of school in September.
During the year they deco-
rate and serve at several
banquets, put on the Girls'
Stunt Show and have sev-
eral assemblies for Girls'
League. Several ofthe Board
members head committees
which make hospital tray
favors and help with va-
rious other community func-
Their initiation as members of Girls' League Board, second semester, was Alice UWSW, Geffble AlISCl1, JOY l'lO0lf6I', Beverly LOYSOYL Joan Henderson,
a big moment in the lives of Judy Scribner, Kathy Waters, Ann Metcalf, ElZG BGVQGVOYL SLWCIYOYW VVl'tlil9Y, Gnd Connie SOVWWTGQ-
Nancy Utech, Susie Green, Pauline Speck. Row 2: Sandy l-learn, Linda Arnds,
After serving as President of the Girls' League Board for one semester,
Kathy Murphy solemnly turns her duties over to Nancy Utech, According
to the Girls League Constitution, Kathy remained on the League Board
second semester as an assistant to the new President.
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An important function of the Girls' League Board first semester is to plan and
sponsor the Stunt Show. Joyce Mothershed, Kathy Waters, Nancy Utech, Kathy
Murphy, and Gretchen Clemmons earnestly read scripts and exchange ideas for
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League, are planning the annual faculty-varsity basketball game.
Rick Matthews, a senior has
done a very efficient job acting
as vice-president of Boys'
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A packed gym greeted
the League - sponsored
varsity - faculty game.
There was much fun and
spirit displayed by the
students and faculty.
Our thanks to Boys'
League for its sponsor-
Nelson Rising, a iunior is secretary and
representative of the class of '59 in Boys
Boys' League is composed of
every boy enrolled at Glendale
High. Towards the end of the
year, they combine with Girls'
League to sponsor the Dutch
Treat dance. Their main proiect
this year was the faculty-varsity
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appreciated this year for all the work
he has done, and the leadership he has
shown as president.
Glenettes and 4'l'ers
Det as guides and keep order in the halls
Glenette officers acting as hoslesses during open house are Under the supervision of their sponsor Mrs. Margaret Campbell, the Glenettes usher at all school
fron- to rear, Row lr Judy Billingsley, Anne Bonnar. Row 2: programs, plays, dance recitals, and assemblies. They take trckets, hand out announcements, and
Laurr Smith, Nancy Lavoni. Row 3: Valerie Perisol, Marilyn offer information to visitors. Members are Row 11 Mardean Bowman, Gretchen Maussnest, Pauline
Chat'ee, Nancy Parker. Massey, Darlene Nelson, Carol Boydstun, Sharon Geforos, Marilyn Baker, Ann Frye. Row 2: Donna
Morgan, Barbara Durocher, Diane Austin, Eileen Johnson, Sue Clark, Pauline McAlrster, Row 3:
Linda Pollgreen, Loretta Bunch, Carol Sertz, Lorelie Klrng, Susan Meyer, Sharon Kalde, Janet Drake,
Kathy McFarland. Row 4: Susan Wegerer, Elizabeth Powell, Julie Jedeka, Carol Boron, Linda
Moseley, Sandy Riggs, Norma Vickers, Astine Be-
drosian, Pat Byers, Lynda Smith, Joan Englund,
"Nipping" lwriting citationsl students cutting class, smoking, or fighting is handled by 49'er patrols,
49ers include Row lr Steve Little, Charles Bozza, Steve Chenowrth, Miles Haskin, Leon Cunningham,
.lerry Ford, Lee Molho. Row 2: Ray Sanbbourg, John Otis, Neal Hooker, Jim Bell, Bill Gableman, Tom The Speed llmll on Moyse Boulevmd is pomled OU' bv
Sparrow, John Hayes, Stan Rouse, Sal Castero, John Brown, Mr. Albert Hewitt. Row 3: Jim Moulton, Offlcers 'lim Bellf Mr' Alben Hewm' 49 er Sponsor' and
Greg Simpson, Jim Bough, Ernie Lund, Don Beck, Dennis Ghiggia, John Nelson, Sal DiMarco, Roger Rmk Molhews'
Duke, Mike McNeill, Dave Harris.
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ln the picture above are Civitans and Civinettes: Row 'lz Dorothy Tugby, Justine Phillips, Sherie Stys, Cecile Lash, Penny Morris, Valerie Schuh, Mary Fitzpatrick,
Angela Myers, Diane Stubblefield, Geebe Alische, Betty Jo Sanders, Kathy Murphy. Row 2: Rita Ruffufio, Joan Henderson, Adrianne Hotonian, Mary Stoeckel,
Betty Slocum, lrsula Spilger, Janet Mountford, Janet Gulbranson, Janet McCoy, Heather Martin, Bonnie Burleson, Pam Van Wie, Judy Towers, Penny Anderson,
Joani Ross, Barbara Briscoe, Donna Reed, Carlyn Kinnison, Colleen Morrison, Row 3: Barbara Marilyn Perry, Linda Gratiot, Sandra Barondess, Gretchen Clemmons,
Pct Dundas, Kay Langton, Sue Meter, Bety Moser, Judy Dart, Don Tyler, Ron Turner, Dick Denny, Bob Roy. Row 4: Salandra Barstole, Lorilie Kling, Barbara Hart-
man, Vicki Fliedner, Judy Weston, Roni Williams, Linda Lockwood, Carolyn Johnson, Virginia Poole, Linda Abbott, Louise Di Tullio, Bob Hensler, Denny Carthart,
MI. Dudley Graham, Mike McNeill. Row 5: Tom Sparrow, John Whitney, Gary Nelson, John Wertin, John Robbinson, Steve Chenoweth, Barry Bottrell, Ernie Lund,
Frmd Port, Skip Newell, Steve Little, Nelson Rising. Row 6: Peter Rusch, John Hayes, Bill Brostoff, Ladle Potts, Jim Baugh, Marty Sours, Sal Di Marco, John Ralphs,
Gary Crippen, Tom Bonetto, Norm Nason, Bob Penland, Greg Bright, Jon Amelsberg, Bill Jenks. Row 7: Bob Kumpe.
The Civitans and Civinettes perform many services for a fruit cake sale, and donating money and time on sev-
their school and comrnunity. Some of their activities this eral welfare proiects.
year include painting the school trash cans, sponsoring
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Angeles, the Civitans and Civinettes took refreshments, presents, and
money to a club house for young people and their families. Some of Civiiqn and Civinene officers plqn the Sale of fruit
the Civitans are shown playing ball with the children. cakes which was sponsored by the two clubs. Stand-
ing, left to right: Bob Ray, John Robbinson, Bob
Kumpe, Gretchen Clemmons, Joani Ross, Barbara
Hartman, and Cheryl Johnson discuss the proiect
with Civitan President Mike McNeill and Civinette
President Barbara Pence.
Another active service club at Glendale is the Key Club. Officers John Read,
secretary, Jim Phypers, president, Joel Miller, Jr. Representative, Bill Bork-
lund, Sr. representative, Cal Burt, treasurer, and John Pope, sophomore
representative try to think of new ways in which the Key Club may be of
service to the school. Mr. Mervyn Filipponi, not pictured, is sponsor of the
Members of the Key Club, which is affiliated with the Kiwanis Club of
Glendale Community, are left to right beginning with the first row:
Joel Kotin, Bob Wolfe, lan Breslow, Mike Wheatley, Joel Miller, Carlisle
George, Peter Briggs, Gary Yukl, Ken Young, John Read, Cal Burt,
Don Kleeman, David Smith. Row Il: Harold Peterson, Gary Peterson,
Bill Hodson, Mike Aguilar, Bob Stebbings, Gary Hickling, John Pope,
Noel Allen. Row Ill: Bill Pruclum, Pete Price, John Whitaker, Elden
Anderson, Dick Eastburn, Stu Szidak, Stan Gross, Tom Dose.
Taking places of service in school
Junior Red Cross representatives elected from each Homeroom are:
Eileen Henry, Karen Begley, Linda Durley, Barbara Customer, Renie
Romano, Clair Weisley, Kathy McFarland, Shirley Conner, Carol Dorlon,
Joyce Sadler. Row 'lz Gary Frieman, Robin Jackson, Pam Bentley, Dolores
McClure, Carol Calor, Nadine Minkoff, Carol Merideth, Barbara Hadian,
Lynda Smith, Georgia Yerkes. Row Ill: Stephanie Davidson, Jim Van
Dyke, Sherie Stys, Bob Kumpe, Nancy Cocho, Jeri Moulder, Ricky Gra-
ham, Carolyn Blue, Neal Powers, Jeanne Kisner, Paul Nuccio, Sharon
Arendale, Bob Peterson.
The compilation of an album to be exchanged with a school in a
foreign country is one of the many proiects which the Jr. Red Cross
worked on this year. The club officers listen to Bob Hines explain de-
tails of the album. Pam Thompson and Carol Gurtz kneel in front with
the flag while Penne Freebairn, Miss Elva Marshall isponsorl, Sterling
Blanchard, Jill Parker, Steve King, Linda Skursch, Miss Naomi Beck
lsponsorl stand looking on.
Shown here are the Scribblers, creators of "Impressions" a book of poetry and prose. X 1 '1"f'
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Hotonian, Jan McDermott, and the club advisor Mrs Eckerson. Second Row: Bill Brown, X Y - :Int Q.! '
Julie Kritzinger, Jayne Paul, Kay Lensar. Third row- Sue Greenleaf, Sharon Dem, Char- I J ,Q 5'
Iene Haas Kathy Shields, and Carol Winbigler. 1 "Hut Ai'
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President, John Robinson, and Secretary, Janice Goodemoot
In one of their more placid moments, is the Debate Team of the
Orators Members are Bob Ray, Sal De Marco, Dick Webb, Bill
Dawson, and John Robinson.
Glendale s speech club, the Orators, participates in many speech contests all over Southern California. Speakers are left to right- Pat Nichols,
Jo Quancio, Sylvia Pacheco, Vicki Shaw, Penny McElroy, Adrienne Hotonian, Deanne Mistretta, Nancy McDonald, Candy Criddle, Sharon
Smedley Second row Milrnda Dunn, Nazneen Thanawalla, Penne Freebairn, Glady Dull, Carol Blank, Sue Biaggi, Susie White, Stuart Mc-
Dougal, Bob Campbell, larry Anderson.
Carol Thurgood yells when she discovers that the umbrella to her
right is open. Milo Delgado seems unconcerned over the racket, in
a bit of Thespian action.
Thespians gather around Mr. Joe Wadlington, drama instructor. The students, a selected
group of drama maiors, are: Suzanne Daniper and Linda Lockwood lfrontl, Joy Burton,
Babette Kreitzer, Mr. Wadlington, Carol Thurgood, Kaleta Morgan, and lback rowl
Terrey Smith, Dorothy Bogart, Peter Rusch, and Emilie Delgado.
Seccnd semester Junior Statesmen officers lleftl are: Dave Beckett,
pub icity director, Bob Mack, Vice President, Gary Yukl, chairman
of legislation, Joel Kotin, President, Ronnalee Williams, secretary,
Sal de Marco, parliamentarian, and Paul Beckett, treasurer.
Members of the Junior Statesmen Club are Front Row, left to right: Reva Johnson, Carol Ver West, Ann Frye, Linda Ruttaf, Ann Lea Welshoffer, Diane
Nicolous, Bryna Schnider, Robin Angelica, Virginia Munger, Virginia Poole, Linda Abbott, Janet Mountford, Julie Manderback, Pam Briley, Tam Evans, Carol
l-lumistan, Cecil Edie. Melinda Zemke, Joyce Sadler. Second Row: Carol Jean Tench, Carol Girty, Jean Halley, Colleen Wilcox, Penny Mullenizer, Joy Hooker,
Kay Lensnr Heath Stokes, Gail Bertin, Julie Berton, Nancy Hooper, Barbara Waite, Sharon Goodman, Sandy Dyck, Julie Tucker, Carol Mason, Gay Myles,
Nancy Utech, Ronalee Williams Third Row- Gary Castlen, Carl Forbes, Bob Hines, Phil Capps, Steve Carney, Vince Ciconi, Bob Rost, Sal De Marco, Stu Szidak,
John Wertin Tom Webber. Club Advisor Mr Charles Hicks, John Ralphs, Jon Amelsburg, Ron Edwards, Bob Mack, Robert Wolfe, Tammy Ellison, Cabe Beckett,
Linda Lockwood, Carlyn Kinnison.
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Period five Girls' Glee Club includes: Row l: Carol McCartney, Cindy Green, Ann Glen, Phyllis Key, Helen English,
Barbara Lloyd, Donna Sue Riner, Mary Kearns, Sharon Abuchon, Kathy Horton, Sandra Smith, Chris Webb.
Row 2: Sue Klopalsky, Pat Johnson, Kathleen Lindberg, Marty King, Laurie Smith, Carolyn Chiles, Georgene
Corvie, Susan Pierner, Cindy Brayton, Charlotte Cheskey, Marilyn Gilbert, Row 3: Marianne Troxel, Lynda
Mulder, Mary Ann Newman, Shirley Peterson, Joyce Mothershed, Sharon Lankforcl, Jaynee Paul, Cryselda Mc-
Cleary, Candy Criddle, Pennie Caldwell, Kathy Campbell, Carol Barnes. Barbara Bruce is seated at the piano.
Glendale High has been fortunate in
having a fine music department. This year
the choral groups were directed by Miss
Shirley Nute and Mr. R. V. Altheuser.
These music clubs have been very active
throughout the school term. Besides put-
ting programs on at Glendale, they per-
formed on television, at other schools,
and even put on a program at Disney-
land during the Christmas season. Aside
from the singing groups, Miss Nute con-
ducted a harmony class which studied
the basic ideas in composing and ar-
Members of the Mixed Chorus are: Row lr Mary Jo de los Reyes, Linda Hoy, Janice Spong, Penny Morris, Pat Whiting, Pam Briley, Betty Heckey, Leatrice Russell,
Pat Stillman, Joyce Bales, Charlotte Mauro, Judy Carlson, Eileen Coen. Row 2: Carolyn Copeland, Jackie Miller, Audrey Ball, Diane Easter, Sandy Beach, Judy
Cass, Loretta Nuccio, Juanita Fernandez, Sue Williams, Sharon Cox, Jane Adams, Sue Quick, Annette Kelley. Row 3: Barbara Pope, Diane McBain, Barbara Stowell,
Sandy Baldwin, Tom Hanley, Pat Pearson, Ron Smith, John Whitney, Rickie Lipp, Don Kleeman, Chuck West, Barbara Bernard, Teri Croxall, June Champin, Judy
Samet. Row 4: Ron Zakreski, Stanton Smith, Don Goss, Gary Wexler, Marshall Hugo, Dick Webb, Mike Millard, John Hagen, Tony Schootz, Roger Nielsen, John
Greco. Pianist for the Mixed Chorus is Sharon Weaver.
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standing music. Miss Nute offers
a suggestion while Sharon Whit-
ley, Pat Noe, and Penny Morris
watch. Don Treptoe and Bonnie
Burtness are seated in front.
Louise di Tullio accompanies the Advanced Girls' Glee Club which includes: Row I: Irene Puzulis, Mary Jane
Jentrnk, Dorothy Smith, Barbara Bernard, Gloria Smith, Carol Wilkinson, Pat Prata, Ann Bonnar, Dorris Joliiffe.
Row 2: Shirley Stadler, Edith Rueckert, Karen Hammond, Margaret Jenkins, Louise Moore, Diane Austin, Sue
Scott, Sharon Garden, Carol Corrales. Row 3: Mary Berghuis, Judy Comstock, Myrna Nelson, Judy Carlson,
Audrey Bahr, Barbara Humphreys, Sharon Baker, Frances Patterson.
Practicing tor a program are the Lhorallettes and their instructor .Row ir Mr. R. V. Altheuser, Joyce Sadler, Jo Ann Ferona Melissa Morgan June Lindgredf
Judie LSOHGYCJ, Judy Billingsley, KGY Sfromberg. Row 2: Margie Castlen, Carole Key, Carol Mason, Judy Jarssle, Susan Marietfe Pat Dominiak ,Beth Ann Penn
Row 3: Ginnie Wiley, Bette Broom, Carol Jean Tench, Carol Winward, Joan Kipper, Sandy Baldwin, Nancy Goeller, ' I Y
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Members of the Men's Glee Club are: Row 1: George
Long, Tom Caddick. Stan Hafenteld, Don Schirnfier, Roger
Dalton, Dale Hartleben, Donald Novodoyk, Paul Nielson.
Row 2: Ronald Novudoczky, Ken Veldman, Paul Nuccio.
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Jim Maddux, Keith Moen, Jim Neuman, Melvin
Skaggs. Row 3: John Bahr, Richard Skovv, Bob
Ruffner, Roger Bond, Mike Collett, Gary Reinemann,
Jim Henderson. Accompanist is Pauline McAllister.
Here Mr. David Gibson lSponsorJ hands out
programs to the group.
During The Christmas vacation,
Glendale Highs A Cappella
Choir joined with school groups
from other parts of southern Cal-
ifornia to sing for Disneyland
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Girls' Glee Club period three consists of Row 11 Sally Hersha, Judy Anne Pollock, Donna Kay Pflueger, Pat Fuller, Floe Boykin, Adrienne
Schmidt Penny Basore, Diane Schroeder. Jettie Sue Cohron. Joanne La Russell, Pam Bgnfly, Donna Whatling, Penny Moolenyzer. Row 3: Linda
Mantra, Karen Muhleman, Layne Wells. Toni Oseland Jean Wolfe. Grubb, Linda Haynes, Sue Tettleton, Diane Skelly, Judie Hostettler,
lane Houston Irene Abernathy Row 2 Susan Marino, Carole Jordan, Barbara Moore, Sally Beach, Ruth Hanby, Jackie Mertes, Mary Ellen
Graff. The group is accompanied by Gloria Forman.
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Vtbrant, melodnc tones wtll soon well from the audutornum as the Symphonettes commence playnng. Violins are: Diane l-latteburg, Sue Fussell, Penny Moore,
Charlene Haas, Mary Bower, Deborah Zeller, Toby Rhodes, Sandra Staley, Elaine Buck, Cherie Terkla, Pattu Haymond, Gary Manulkin, Roy Berkon, Leigh
Schroyer Charles Beatty, Alan Colton, Ben Sluger, Bob Srmpson, Cratg Wolff, Marcella McGtneley, Barbara Hadian Vuola: Barbara Laurtdson, Elanne Honsell,
P.htl Thomas, A W Fuchs, Cratg Norwood Cello: Dorothy Tughy, Susle Schroeder, Duane Tomlm, Jane Kendall, Pattu Barley, Susan Ward, .lulxe Klntsunger. Boss:
Cary l-ltckltng, Quth Watson Kathue Culver. Tuba John Cope Plano- Chris DArc, Janet Ferns, Flute- Loulse DI Tulllo, Anne Phypers, Duane Peter, Mary Baker
Oboe Honey Gecse. Clarlnet .lim Phypers, Ron Eastman, Tom Brxggs, Don Treptow French Horn: Joel Kottn, Ralph Pollack. Trumpet: Joel Maller, Leonard
Backus, Jerry Smnth Trornbones- Torn Clark, Ken Day, Emrlio Delgado. Percussuon- Irene Sparks, Tum Harrvs, Don Foley. Tyrnpani. Carol Messmer.
Band and Symphonettes
f Toot and tweef and music sweet. The Glendale t-hgh hand marched rn many par-
! ades this year
Tuntng up for the Band and Symphony State Contest held at the Pasadena Cnty
College us Ruth Watson, Bass player, an both organuzatuons
Suspense fills the auditorium as Mr. Balzer and the Symphonettes await
Practice makes perfect or so the saying goes. Mr. Eldred Balzer drills the
Symphonettes for the State competition they have entered.
Both the Band and Symphonettes took top awards
for outstanding performances when they competed
at Pasadena's Music Festival and went on to com-
pete in the California Finals held at Compton.
In the Los Angeles National Music Convention, Louise
Di Tullio, Diane Hatteberg, and Joel Kotin soloed
the outcome of the Pasadena competition.
Glendule's Dynamiter combo "iives" a number at the Glendale-Hoover bas-
ketball game. The gym floor reverberated to a lazzed up version of "When
the Saints Go Marching ln" and a roll of the drums pealed each time the
Nitro Five make a basket.
with the official California orchestra.
On another program Jim Phypers, Steve King, Sue
Fussell, Dorothy Tugby, and Bob Hines were featured.
Louise Di Tullio also rendered the Mozart D Maior
Music, music everywhere. Something new has been added to Glendales curriculum
in the form of an afterschool music club Sponsored by Miss Shirley Nute, the
Cresendos include lfrom top left downl, Row 1. Stan Gould, Bill Frances, Sandy
Baldwin, Judy Comstock, Audrey Bohr, Carol Mason, Donna Morgan, Phylis Key,
Marge Castlen, Donna Pflueger, Sharon Weaver, Camille Meyers, Vickie Baughman,
Mike Pierce. Row 2: Bette Broome, Irene Puzulis, Jettie Cohron, June Lindstedt,
Pat Whiting, Melanie Meyers, Ida Boehm.
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Not only their As and Bs but their Ps and Qs were mastered early in life by
these life members of the California Scholastic Federation. Row l: Alice Chew,
Janice Jansen, Elaine Hounsell, Toby Rhodes, Carol Gilbert, Donna Reed, Jeanne
Kisner, Joyce Kelly, Gail Winbigler. Row 2: Ann Bungay, Sandra Staley, Louise
Di Tullio, Ursula Spielger, Jan McDermott, Emily Shochat, Dorian Naimark, Linda
Williams, Shirley Godfrey, Kathie Murphy, Donalie Haskell, Heather Martin. Row 3:
Harold Coons, Bob Mack, John Wertin, Paul Schneringer, Don Burnap, Ron Dexter,
First Semester Honor Society officers Harold Coons, Emily Shochat,
and Sandy Barondess study the list of new members in the Honor
It takes four semesters, one in the Senior Year, of
maintaining a B-plus average to earn a coveted
life membership in C.S,F. of Southern California.
Each semester a student ioins the Honor Society,
he must have at least three A's in solid subjects.
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Becoming Honor Society members for the first time are Row I: Heath Stokes, Carolee Wiles, Lois Hartman, Layne Wells, Eilene Henry, Jeannie McLarnan, Jean
Semmrau, Nancy Golden, Joan England, Laurel Brown, Janice Hull, Ruth Gurley, Donna Barnes. Row 2: Carole Spelgatti, Judy Haythorne, Diane Morosi,
Nadine Minkoff, Jill Parker, Muffet Bailey, Barbara Waite, Mary MacMahon, Kathy Johnston, Ann Phiefers, Carolyn Broyles, Pauline McAllister, Pauline Massey,
Caroline Adolphe, Linda Srusch, Carolyn Hughes, Deanne Mistretta, Joan Motta, Diana Dunn, Betty Tunnel, Penne Freebairn. Row 3: Gary Simpson, Tom Mor-
row, Steve Bennet, Richard Lavier, Cam Hughes, Mike Wheatley, Steve Saylor, Barry Spencer, John Redfern, Jim Marnin, Booth Hartly, Gary Hahn, Steve Gunn,
John Amrnelsburg, John Whitaker, John Glaser, Alan Miller, Don Williams, Tom Harris, Stu McDougal,
"They Learned their A. B. C. 's Early"
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Second semester officers of the Honor Society pose with sponsors after election. Left
to right: Mrs. Alice McDonald, Chris D'Arc, Jim Phypers, Louise Di Tullio, Sandy Baron-
dess, and Mrs. Hilda Jones.
Two semester members of the Honor Society are Row lf Emma Lou
French, Vicki Baughman, Joy Burton, Gail Seabury, Bette Moser, Pat
Watson, Lorelie Kling. Row 2: Rickie Lipp, Sally Munger, Nancy Taylor,
Sue Williams, Ardeth Meadows, Sharron Demmelmaier, Mary Stoeclcel,
Sharon Burke, Bob Peterson.
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Three semester members include Row I: Deborah Zeller, Melanie Meyers, Jeannean Antarne, Marilyn Weitz, Kaleta Morgan, Jean Sivertsen, Sharie Stys, Eliz-
abeth Force, Sandy Barondess, Chris D'Arc, Kay Lensar. Row 2- Nancy Srsson, Valerie Piersol, Marilyn Chaffee, Laurie Daniell, Suzanne Pfieffer, Betty Slocum,
Camille Meyers, Sharon Weaver, Kay Langton Pam Thompson. Row 3: Joel Miller, Ed Prono, Jim Pollock, Joel Kotin, Stan Groth, Stu Szidak, Bill Attig, Lee
Molho, Tom Webber, Bob Wulf.
Delving into fascinating new realms, Jane Shideler, Sylvia
McDowell, Bill Hartman, John Wertin, Don Burnap, Jim
Danforth, and Mr. George Bundick, sponsor, participate in a
demonstration concerning radioactivity and the use of a
Geiger-counter for the Science Club.
Sixty Per Club officers, Susie Herman, treasurer, Jan McDer-
mott, president, David Harris, publicity, and Betty Slocum,
vicevpresident demonstrate their typing ability to Louise
Galindo, Emma Lou French, Dorian Naimark, Eloise Whitesell,
Mae McCormick, Mary Jane Jentink, Judy Rubin, Barbara
Pence. Row 2: Janice Kinnan, Virginia Ogle, Adrienne
Hotonian, Beverly Campbell, Carlisle George, Gary Nelson,
Judy Andersen, Gail Seabury, Pat Bishop. Not pictured is Sue
Glendalites Prepare for Worlds of Business and Science.
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Students taking business courses are eligible to ioin the Commerce Club. This year's members include
Row is Miss Janette Day, advisor, Karen Pedersen, Reva Johnson, Camille Adile, Joan Green, Doreen
Day, Dena Berman, Pat Engelhardt, Kay Van Fleet, Mary Hall, Sandra Riggs. Row 2: Suzanne Elsbree,
Sharon Parish, Yvonne Harvey, Janice Kinnan, Beverly Campbell, Barbara Cardillo, Judith Rubin, Judy
Flicker, Joan Sullivan, Charlotte Mauro, Sharon Arendale. Row 3: Bonnie Thompson, Bob Brost, Judy
Anderson, Mary Jentink, Sandra Rudel, Irene Moren, Linda Fields, Minnie Burks, Linda King, Pat
Shomeler, Row 4: Susanne Wilson, Carol Genescritti, Pat Blanton, Lynne Pessoni, Barbara Bernard,
Andrea Brodine, Earlene Boyce, Merrilee Bishop, Janet Prokosch, Gay Myles, Mae McCormick, Janice
Olson. Row 5, Jackie Mertes, Norma Vickers, Nancy Scharer, Jo Wilson, Down Churchill, Charlotte
Geboe, Marilyn Chaffee, Judy Reese, Sandra Baldwin, Sussan Meyer, Rosalie Loescher, Lorelie Kling.
Row 6 Rita Swartz, Cindy Graham, Dorothy Rhea, Sue Blackstone, Carol Humiston, Charlotte
McCullough, Claire Crowley, Linda Marshall, Helen English, Marina Moran, Sharon Ward.
Secretary anyone? Judy Sexton takes a letter for Judy
Rubin, Mrs. Wylna Cowles, Sue Meyer, Mary Jane Jentink
Miss Janette Day, and Sandy Baldwin, officers and sponsors
of the Commerce Club.
Planning to help the youth of tomorrow in his struggle for knowledge, these youths
of today have ioined the Future Teachers Club, Row l: Laurie Brown, Barbara Kock,
Geebie Alisch, Gail Seabury Shirley Godfrey, Betty Slocum, Janice Maneki, Kathy
McFarland, Pam Thompson, Jeri Skinner, Vickie Baughman, Nancy Golclin, Jeri Moulder,
Wilberta Carlson, Alice Chew, Carol Gaffredo. Row 2: Nancy Sisson, Mary Wheeloch,
Shirley Mann, Carol Jean Tench, Lynn Wonacott, Regina lnslee, Dottie Morris, Kathy
Shields, Joy Burton, Carol Barnes, Carol Humule, Charlene Haas, Sue Cizec, Carol Gertz,
Dotty Kimball, Bette Broome, Sandy Dyck, Judy Coleman, Pat Noe. Row 3: Jan Jensen,
Marilyn Blackwell, Carol Bendrckson, Carolyn Hughes, Leslie Reynolds, Arlene Andrews,
Sue Loyola, Lois Hartman, Jeanne McLarnin, Nancy Dunn, Charlotte Perry, Lynn Walker,
Cindy Green, Pat Gould, Nadine Minkoff, Debbie Zeller, Carol Mason, Karen Stainenger,
Gretchen Maussnest, Pauline McCallister. Row 41 Linda Search, Barbara Bartlett, Mary
Ellen Hudson, Barbara Waite, Sterling Blanchard, George Carupos, Jerry Brooks, Wayne
Collett, Nancy Hooper, Carlisle George, Bob Stover, Carol Weisiohn, Joann Schaak,
Cynthia Case, Eileen Coen, Donna Dedo, Carole Winward, and sponsors Mrs. Ruth
Carruth, Mrs. Margaret Peterson, Miss Barbara Canady,
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for their next club meeting, Left to right are Carlisle
Georgep Regina lnslee, President, Betty Slocum, Gail
Seaburyg and Shirley Godfrey lseatedl.
The fastest way around the world
A better understanding and appreciation of nations around the world is one of the aims of Glendale's
language and world friendship organizations. In the picture to the right, Bob Mack, Latin Club
President, refers to a Latin book to answer questions about Roman customs and culture.
Members of the latin Club, which gives an annual scholarship to two deserving students, are: Row lf
Nancy Goldin, Jill Parker, Janice McLarin, Camille Meyers, Laurie Brann, Shirley Godfrey, Carol Gilbert,
Gretchen Clemmons, Donna Reed, Jane Shideler, Caroline Fisher, Suzanne Otis, Linda O'dell, Kathy
Yeckley, Sandy Barondess. Row 21 Theo Drucks, Bruce Hill, Nancy McDonald, Carlene Milius, Janice
Maneki, Kay Lensar, Sylvis MacDowell, Phyllis Key, Sandy Dunn, Eileen Stall, Harriet Takahashi, Lois
Hartman, Nancy Dunn, Michele Pappas, Pat Ferguson, Marilyn Chaffee, Bob Mack, Mrs. Charlotte
Aseltine Isponsorl. Row 3: John Glaser, Richard Lover, Tom Veltum, Jim Phypers, Linda Glastre,
Steve Saylor, Barbara Procter, Bob Liddell, John Samuel, Mary Berghuis, Bill Hartman, Mark Preis,
Bill Principe, Val McClurg, Ronald Dexter, Carolyn Hughes, John Doe, Darlene Moore, Judy Comstock,
Mike Meyers, Carol Mason, Jerry Liebersloach, Bruce Daniels, Dennis Gillen, Peter Rusch, John Doe,
Joel Kotin, lrer Bauflat, Bob Wolf, David Beckett, Stan Haffenfeld.
"5Como Esta Usted?" Hranslotionf How are you?l might be the salutation with
which linguists in the Spanish Club greet you. The club includes Row 1: Adrienne
Hotonian, Barbara Thompson, Kathy McFarland, Elaine Hounsel, Carolyn Key,
Jeanne Kisner, Ursela Spielger, Row 2- Donnalee l-Iaskel, Eleanore Legge, Justine
Pliilli s Judy Carlson, Janice Spong, Sandy Dyck, Barbara Pence, Joanne Vander-
byl, Nadine Minkoff, Nancy Allen Row 3- Janice Kirt, Jeri Skinner, Joan
Henderson Marilyn Blackwell, Nancy Atsinger, Betty Moser, Melinda Royce, Sharon
Goodman Row 4- Bob Peterson, Warren Harkin, Steve Price, Stan Rouse, Emilio
Delgado, Tami Elliot.
Hey! This can't be
Paris- wheres the
Eiffel Tower? Emily
Schochat reads a de-
scription of France to
Chris D arc, Peter
Rusch, and Carol Gil- L-
bert All are French f
its time for an excursion of the Spanish Cub and Advisor Mr. Glenn
Henderson, Secretary Lynn Davis, President Bob Mack, Treasurer Emilio
Delgado and Vice-president Jan McDermott make plans to see the
film Jose Greco with, Row l- Bob Stover, Dottie Morris, Tami Elliot
Lsnoa Williams, Nancy Allen, Stan Rouse. Row Q- Donnalee Haskel, Sandy
Sill Row 3 Janice Hirt, Adrienne Hotonian.
French Club members are Row T: Sharon Aren-
dale, Leon Le Clerq, Diana Dunn, Barry Spen-
cer, Marty Sliney, Wendy Woodward, Mary
Hall, Lynn Scribner, Linda Gratio. Row 2:
Andrea Hasler, Carolyn Younger, Ann Harrison,
Robin Angelica, Janice Jansen, Anne Connor,
Laurie Brann, Lee Ann Holden, Judy Scribner.
H Row 3: Marsha Wilson, Tom Ellison, Marty
Sours, Jean Farquar, Trina Stine, Joan Hag-
man, Carolyn Hoop, Julie Bradford, Kaleta
Morgan, Sue Blackstone, Row 4: Jim Danforth,
Gail Winloigler, Bill Hartman, Judy Weston, Sue
Williams, Gary Kripin, Jackie Miller,
Madame Sobelle, Sponsor, collects a nickel from mem-
bers of her French class who talk. Price for falling
asleep is twenty-five cents,
Promoting World Frrendship are Row l Karen Staininger, Jeannie McLarnan, Emily Shochat,
Nazneen Thanawalla Christine Furrer Row 2 Pat Nichols, Sharon Arendale, Adrienne
ltotonian Shirley Mahan Shirley Mann Susanne Willson, Mr. Gerald Gallagher. Row 3:
Nancy Hooper Nancy McDonald Sylvia Reitveld Janice Nelson, Shirley Gampers, Shirley
During a special assembly Nazneen
Thanawalla, Mrs, Rogers, representing
the American Field Service, and Christine
Furrer explain the functions of A.F.S.
and Naznee and Christine tell about life
in their ovvn countries.
World Friendship Club
What better Way to world harmony and peace than
through world friendship. A better comprehension
ot the ideals and beliefs of people in other lands
would make world problems tar less difficult to
work out, and it is toward this goal that Glendale's
American Field Service, World Friendship, and lan-
guage clubs aim, Active student participation and
interest in these organizations have made it possible
for Glendale to send two students each year to a
foreign country through the A.F.S. and to host stu-
dents trom other nations.
Pizza time, come and get itl' Nazneen Thanavvalla, Dick Webb,
Chris Darc, Emily Schochat, and Dianne Stubblefield prepare for
the pizza dinner held to raise funds to bring a foreign exchange
student to Glendale next year. Christine Furrel gets in line for
Contemplating the stationary sold
by Glendales AFS. are World
Friendship officers Shirley Starr,
Nancy Hooper, Mr, Gallagher, spon- 95
sor, Christine Furrer, and Emily
Girls belonging to G.A.A. for three semesters become eligible to loin
the G Club. Sporting white lettermen sweaters are : Cecile Lash, Dorian
Naimark, Melinda Royce, Pat Dundas, Donalee Haskel. Row 2: Diane
Sawyer, Dorothy Tugby, Joan Henderson, Ursula Speilger, Linda Klug.
Row 3: Judy Kirtle, Sandy Dyck, Carol Gilbert, Mayo Higgson, Alice
Chew. Row 4: Sally Evans, Sandy Staly, Mary Bowers, Diane Morosi,
Janice Hirt, Pat Noe. The sponsor is Miss Jeanette Johnson.
Cooperation among clubs at Glendale is furthered by the Inter Club Council,
which is composed of the presidents of each group. Row l: Jan McDermott, Vickie
Baughman, Kay Langton, Adrienne Hotonian, Nancy Livoni. Row 2: Emily Schochat,
Barbara Pence, Betty Slocum, Joan Henderson. Row 3: Sterling Blanchard, Joel
Kotin, Jim Phypers, Cecile Lash. Row 4: Howard Satori, John Sipple, Don Beck,
Jim Bell. Row 5: Mike McNeill, Bob Mack, John Wertin, Rick Mathews. Sponsor
of the Council is Miss Gladys Leonard lnot picturedl.
NN Hurrah for Glendale
Ever wonder who wrapped the goal posts for football games, limed the Glendale "G,"
or plastered the halls with 'Trample Hoover" signs? With the assistance of their
sponsor, Mr. Aido Buonaguidi, these things have been done by Pep Club members:
Dick Denny, Bob Kumpe, Brenda Fortner, Harold Coons, Ron Tyler, John Sipple. Row 2:
Gloria Henery, Gail Ashcraft, Layne Wells, Penny Summers, Donna Weger, Joanne
Greenhalgh, Karen Steinberg. Row 3: Janie Fisher, Lynn Rossal, Kathie Waters, Reni
Romano, Sue Barlow, Carol Green, Pat Dundas, Nancy Atsinger, Toby Rhodes, Penny
"' - Moore. Row 4: Sharon Arendale, Muffet Bally, Joan Simeron, Sandy MacDougall, Pat
Dominick, Teresa Randolf, Linda Mosley, Carol Barnes, Regina lnslee. Row 5: Mike
Quinn, Bill Jensen, Jerry Lieberbach, Fred Kerns, Ron Turner, Steve King, Allen Trotter,
Penny Anderson, Judy Rubin, Jerry Anne Ingram.
Finding that promoting school spirit is a big iob
are: John Sipple, Brenda Fortner, Dick Denny,
Harold Coons, Bob Kumpe, and Don Tyler, officers
of the Pep Club.
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Sandy Dunn, President and Carole Blackwell, Vice President lstandingl
discuss future plans for the Sparklers with their sponsor Mrs. Campbell.
ln front: Phyllis Key and Carolyn Blue. Rank Leaders, left to right: Row I: Judy Eserelt,
Carol Blackwell, Carol Caler, Carole Darlon. Row 2: Judy Haythorne, Sidney Strever,
Linda Hoffman, Susie Schroeder. Row 3: Mary Sue Anderson, Julie Kintzinger, Joan
England, Cindy Green. Row 4: Mary Ann Neuman, Sue Klopolshy, Janice Olson, Sharon
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Left to right, Row lf Darlene Nelson, Bonnie Young, Susan Wegerer, Carol Baron, JoAnn Lyman, Tangie Lozano. Row 2: Pauline Massey, Pauline McAlister, Linda
Mosely, Gretchen Maussnest, Kay Comstock, Sandy Dunn, Carolyn Davis, Sandy Ga rabedion. Row 31 Sharon Newman, Susan Tettletan, Sandy Holmwood, Carole
Jordan, Mary Baker, Donna Turner, Maureen Rooney, Lynette Lee. Row 4: Dixie De Vol, Carol Boydstun, Eileen Johnson, Ruth Harvey, Judie Axelson, Sharon Smith,
Carolyn Adolphe, Astine Bedrosan. Row 5: Margaret lmus, Sharon Geforos, Jeri Walner, Roberta Rynderson, Sandi Bilotta, Paula Sawyer, Jenny Davis, Harriet
Gomes. Row 6: Linda Marshall, Shirley Peterson, Irene Schurman, Murlane Willis, Joanne Axelson, Vickie Hancock. Rene McKenzie, Eileen Stahl.
The girls seen snapping the red flags through the air at football games and parades are
Mrs. Patricia Mack, Corinne Campbell and Regina lnslee
sponsor and heads of the Nitroettes, admire the trophies
L, . won by the drill team.
starting clockwise center left: Pat Dundas, Carolyn Broyles, Ann Frye, Marilyn Tiedeman, Pat
Byers, Judy Comstock, Nancy Goeller, Janet Johnson, Bette Moser, Heathe Stokes, Penne Free-
bairn, Linda Meloch, Janice Spong, Pat Stovall, Jean Froome.
Always will be
Before a girl is eligible to be a Nitro-
ette she must complete a year's
training course as a Sparkler, par-
ticipating in as many Sparkler ac-
tivities as possible. At the end of the
year she competes in a series of
"contests" against the other Spark-
lers. lf she survives all this as well
as maintaining good posture grades
she may then ioin either a flag, ba-
ton, or pom rank in Nitroettes.
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The combined Nitroette and Sparkler drill teams loin with the band in Harris, strutting batons, pose during practice for a parade.
forming a bongo player during the half-time of the Glendale-Hoover
Glendale High Drill Team
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The Nitroettes help school spirit by
performing in pre-game, half-time,
and after-game stunts. They also
march in many parades.
Other activities of the Nitroettes in-
clude making up all their routines
and during the second semester,
teaching these routines to the Spark-
lers. They practice many hours be-
fore and after school and meet two
or three times during vacations.
FeeT sTamping, arm
waving and yelling, are
The Typical acTions of
Glendale High fans aT
all pep rallies, fooTball,
and baskeTball games.
They were led in well
organized songs and
yells by The school spiriT
leaders. The song and
yell leaders are elecTed
in June, and serve The
Song Leaders: Judianne Marshall Vicki Fleidner Barbara Green Jr song leader Renae Romano Carol Green Sue Barlow
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This year's Dynamiter squad
which came within two
points ot blasting their way
into Foothill honors, showed
what a determined team
could do with ample coach-
ing and spirit. The Dyno's
had to build a new team
this year with only tive
varsity lettermen returning.
Most of the material came
from last year's "B" and
Junior Varsity squads. Even
though Glendale placed sec-
ond in the league, fine
spirit, coaching, and sports-
manship will be synony-
mous with the T957 Glen-
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crucial moment in the Pasadena c
he sends in fullback Bill Jenks wit
instructions to "get in there
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Left: Guards and Tackles, Front Row, John Croserti, Phil Mason, Bill
Pierce, Robin Paulson, Jim Bell, Back Row, Skip Hudson, Gary Over-
holser, Mike Young, Tom Briggs, Roy Sharp.
Lett: Centers and Ends, Front Row, Tom Farley, John Brennan, Ernie Lund,
Richard Silver. Back Row, John Weeks, Laddie Potts, Richard Matthews,
John Hayes, Ken Temple.
Above: Quarterbacks and Tailbacks, First Row, Jack Caselles, Pat
Carnaveli, Barry Bottrell. Back Row: Bob Manskar, Bob Hensler, Tim Bice.
Sportsmanship. Typifying the sportsmanship of high school football, this picture taken during the Burbank Alma Mater shows the respect participants have for th
opposing schools. Following each game time is taken to play the Alma Mater of each school in the contest.
Coach Roy Vuiovich attended U.C.L.A. where he
played end for Red Sanders. It was from Mr.
Sanders that Coach Vu learned the single wing
formation that has proved so devastating in all
the Dynamiter games. Mr. Vuiovich is married
and has two daughters. He thinks Glendale is A
the "greatest," but thinks we should have even
more spirit in supporting games.
After atending Glendale High School, Coach Ted
Andrews maiored in physical education at San
Jose State. Completing his second year as as-
sistant coach of varsity football and swimming,
he thinks this is the greatest school in the coun-
try. Coach Andrews is also a family man. He
boasts of five children.
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Left to right: lst row, Pat Carnavelli, Leonard Christiansen, Jim Bell, Ernie Lund, Cecil Selman, George Pierner, Phil Lozano, Bill Gableman, Bob Mack, Miles
Haskin, Lane Lopez, John Crosetti. 2nd row, Head Mgr, Jim Lacey, Bill Jenks, Bill Pierce, Phil Mason, Bob Manskar, Bob Hensler, Tim Bice, Richard
Matthews, John Weeks, Ronald Morse, Laddie Potts, John Hayes, Ken Temple, John Novak, Barry Bottrell, Mgr. Ricky Graham. 3rd row, Head Coach Roy
Vuiovich, Jack Caselles, Richard Silver, Tom Farley, Chuck Adkins, Forden Hughes, Mike Young, Gary Uverholser, John Brennan, Don Beck, Skip Hudson,
Dave Roberts, Roy Sharp, Bill Carr, Tom Briggs, Robin Paulson, Barry Gerkin, Coach Ted Andrews.
Glendale High's statistics for our five league
games were as follows:
60 ....... .. . First downs .......... .36
10... ..... Fumbles ..... ...12
61... ... Passes attempted .. . . .86
32... .. Passes completed ... ...39
6... ... Passes intercepted .. ... 7
970. .. ... Net yards rushing .. ...347
107 ....... Yards lost rushing ....... 137
1552. .Net yards passing and rushing. .858
390 ........ Yards penalized ........ 225
35.62. .. . . Punting average ...... 35.06
First string tailback Bob Hensler flies through the air against Alhambra as John Crosetti, Phil Mason
and Barry Bottrell pave the way.
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Tailback Bob Manskar runs wide around
right before he was hit by a large portion
Nitro Fullback-Linebacker Don Beck deiectedly downs a
coke after the fateful Muir game.
of a strong El Monte eleven.
Junior end Ken Temple ouTreaches a SanTa Monica defender in The
Dynos worst defeaT of The year l27 To 7l.
Glendale 20 Pasadena O
Glendale opened Their league play by pounding .a cornpleTely
ouTclassed Pasadena eleven inTo submission 20 To O. The ouT-
manned Bulldogs never were in The game, neTTing only 52 yards
passing and rushing To The devasTaTing DynamiTers' 381 yard
ToTal. Pasadena, however was wiThouT The services of Their Two
besf backs, boTh bedded wiTh The flu. BuT even Their appear-
ance probably would have made very liTTle difference against
The high-geared Glendale crew which ran and passed almosT
aT will. This game was a fine example of Glendale coaching
Tailback Bah Ha-nsler rolls inTo The end zone for another of Glendales
six Touchdowns agarnsT Burroughs.
Glendale High's pre-league season ended wiTh a one and Three
record. The NiTros dropped The firsT game of The season To a
fine El Monfe eleven by a close 8 To 7 Tally. The nexT week found
Glendale losing by 20 poinTs, in a 27 To 7 game againsT SanTa
Monica. Finally, The Tables were Turned when The DynamiTers
defeaTed The once powerful Alhambra Moors. AnoTher close
game followed and found The Dyno's coming ouT on The shorT
end of a 7 To 6 Thriller wiTh California High School. DespiTe The
one and Three record, The narrow losses indicaTed The Dyno's as
a poTenTial power in The league race.
Nifro co-capfain Bob Hensler crashes info a wall of Pasadena men on a
colorful punT refurn.
Glendale 38 Burroughs 20
The powerful DynamiTers emerged as a posifive
challenger for The Foofhill League foofball flag, afTer
a smashing 38-20 romp over Burroughs. Surpris-
ingly, The Dynos had To come from behind in The
early momenTs of The game when a pass misfired
and was quickly capiTalized on by The Indians. ln
four minuTes The NiTros Tied iT up. From here To The
end iT was Glendale's ball game, wiTh The Dynarnif-
ers scoring Twice as many Touchdowns as The Indians.
Glendale 13 Burbank 6
lt appeared to some that Roy Vuiovich's fighting eleven
was slightly over-confident for this one. However, right
or wrong, it was a tight game all the way and presented
a thrill a minute. Too much credit could not be given
to the Nitro defensive unit, which played outstanding
football, and were very instrumental in the Glendale
victory. The Glendale offensive unit made good use of
the breaks made by the Dyno defense.
First-string end John Hayes scoops in a long pass against the
Muir Mustangs. John, a junior, will undoubtedly be outstanding
again next year.
Glendale 38 Hoover 12
A determined Glendale-High football team moved into
the city series lead by pounding a weak Hoover eleven
in a second half comeback.
The series, which started in 1930, was tied going into
this year's game at thirteen wins for each school. In
the last three years Glendale has shown outstanding
performances in this Rose Bowl classic.
Glendale left a 12 to 12 ball game when the gun
sounded ending the first half. But the game went on
to prove that ci completely new Glendale eleven emerged
from the dressing rooms for the second half. Glendale
showed this by rounding up a 26 point lead bythe time
the final shot was fired, A strong Nitro defense set up
several of Glendale's six tallies, while a quick Dyno
offense out first-downed the Tornadoes 13 to 4. Glen-
dale outgained Hoover 280 yards to a meager 122.
Halfback Phil Lozano stops a fleet Burbank back, as Bill Gableman and Bob
Manskar close in. Phil's defensive play was instrumental in several Nitro victories.
Glendale 19 Muir 20
The Dynamiters gave a capacity crowd at Moyse Field everything but
one needed point in this thrill-packed game. By a thin margin of two
misfired conversions, Glendale missed scoring one of the big prep up-sets
of the season. The heavily favored Mustangs scored two quick touch-
downs in the first quarter and another in the first few minutes of the
second, giving them a 20-O lead.
At this point Glendale came to life. Glendale's fine offensive unit
sparked to overcome the 20 point deficit, by scoring two touchdowns in
the second quarter, but missed the two conversions. The Dynamiters
scored one more TD in the third quarter and kicked the extra point, but
the damage was already done. A scoreless, but hard-fought fourth quar-
ter found the Mustangs still in the lead, 20-19.
Junior fullback Bill Jencks is shown smashing over for the tinal touch-
down against Hoover in the annual classic at the Rose Bowl. Bill was
one of the Nitro's top ground-gainers this season.
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In Coach Bill Gelsinger's
words, "This year's Junior
VarsiTy Squad was rough
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a-nd aggressive, and showed
very well againsf all Their
The Junior Varsity Team was
made up enTirely of Sopho-
mores and Juniors. The bal-
ance of next year's varsiTy
line, Tackle To Tackle, will
come from This Team.
The remaining material
should prove To be useful
in nexT year's Varsity squad.
J.V. co-capfains Fred Port and
Halfback Kenf Kusier is hiT and swarmed John Slreelmaker'
over by a throng of Upland men.
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Goris. 2nd row-Mgr. Pat Colegrove, Fred Port, Dave Anderson, Sam Clement, Jim Weeks, Chuck Brady, Buddy Tunnell, Richard
Johnson, Nelson Rising, Harvey Jedynak, Harley Young. 3rd row-Coach Tony Yim, John Streetmaker, Tom Kennedy, Bob Honkell,
Nick Jones, Bob Moore, Bob Simpson, Bob Feland, Mike Sours, Tim Role, Tom Shurtz, Kent Kuster, Jim Bradley, Coach Joe Corre, Head
Coach Bill Gilsinfaer.
Blaster assistant coach Reese Anderson and headecoach
Leo Arranaga pose with team co-captains Harold Coons
and Tom Sparrow.
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Blasters in the Pasadena game.
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Bob Hines and Roger Dalton perform a bone-crushing tackle, on
a Pasadena back.
Glendale Bees' starting lineup: Crouching: Tom Sparrow, Gary
Bratcher, Norm Nason, Bob Farnsworth, Damon Bame, Roy Ramsey,
Neal Hooker. Over center: Harold Coons. Standing: Gary Logan,
Undeteated in League Play, this
years Bee Football squad was
one of the finest Glendale has
produced in many years. The
Blasters ran and passed almost
at will all through the season,
trampling one out-classed team
after another until the Foothill
League honors were theirs.
Roger Dalton grabs on and wrestles a determined Pasadena ball carrier to the
ground, as Darryl Wright, Bill Brostoff, and Tom Sparrow move in.
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Dennis Carhart, Gary Logan, Jerry Ford, Bob Hill. Second row, Steve Little, Damon Bame, Bruce Benner, Tom Seabold, Gary Bratcher, Dick
Peterson, Mike Whitley, Steve Chenoweth, Gary Nelson, Larry Sagers, Dave Churchill, Ed Prono, Norm Nason. Standing: Mgr. Jim Danforth,
Larry Gates, Tom Horton, Dwight Waite, Darryl Wright, Sam Anderson, Ray Hoyal, Roy Ramsey, Bill Brostoff, Bob Serin, Carl Forbes, Neal
Hooker, Mrg. Richard Netherlin.
When interrogated on his team's outstanding
performances, coach Leo Arranaga had this to
say, "I had a bunch of experienced boys, most
of them with one or two years on the bee squad.
This was the greatest single tactor in producing
the championship team."
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This year's VarsiTy baskeTball
showed more spirit Than
ny of The Teams before Them.
The firsT four games, which
y losT, They foughT To find
righT combinaTior1. Along
abouT The firsT Hoover game
They began To click. From ThaT
poim To The lasf game of The
season They vvouldn'T be beaTerT.
ach Haas said of his Team,
"Any Team ThaT sTarTs at The
boTTom of The league wiTh four
sTraighT losses anal Then wins
six in a row To Take league hon-
s is a greaT Team."
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The baskeTball Team voTes every year To find The besT
players Trom Their Team in several caTegories. This year
The MosT Valuable Player award wenT To Darrell SuTher-
land who also wenT All-League.
Coach Gene Haas
Dave Fergusen, Mgr.
Team capTain Ron SmiTh gained a posiTion on The second
All League Team. The Team voTed Larry Weeshoff The
MosT Improved Player. Tim Vezie was voTed BesT Re-
bounder, averaging abouT l8 a game, probably The
besT in The league. He was also awarded an Honorable
Menfion posiTion on The All League Team. Don Beck
was voTed BesT FreeThrower on The Team wiTh a 20 ouT
of 27 record.
Varsity basketball forTunes included boTh The
good and The bad. AT Times a well-organized
and almost brilliant Team on The courT, The Dyna-
miters finished The season with an overall l5-ll
The NiTros sTarTed out The season by winning
Their firsT five pracTice games. AT This point, The
Team hiT a snag, losing five of Their nexT eighT
games, To end The pracTice round wiTh an 8-7
The league scoresheet looked different, hovv-
ever, as The Dynamiters came back with a 7-3
record To Tie for The league championship. This
sfreak included a sTring of six sTraighT wins, in-
l cluding Two over rival Hoover, and followed
a dismal l-3 record afTer four games. Chosen
as The leagues second Team, The NiTros enTered
CIF playoff compeTiTion and losf To Bellflower,
65-53 in The firsT game. BuT The Glendale casaba-
y men had proved Their poinf, playing well as a
l Tearn, and providing many a Thrill for Glendale
High baskeTball fans.
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Tempt To set up Darrell Sutherland, in the background, for Two more points.
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Nichols, Steve Bison, Don Beck, Mike McNeill, Tom Dose, Tim Vezie, Darrell Sutherland, John Whitaker.
A gr macing Mike'McCa'H gets one off despite the San Diego Hoover player s
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Los Angeles Poly
San Diego Hoover
Long Beach Poly
519 Ntro hoopsters pay close attention as
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eclgue Gmes play during halftime of the Muir game
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Front row, Lett to right. George Winn, Russell Howell, Eddie Mayo, Jerry Renstrom, Doug Stringer, Don Hagen. Back row: Bob
Ruffner, Jim Henderson, Cary Schwartz, Gary Hahn, Benny Combs,Roy Schmidt, Dave Dundas.
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Blaster Jerry Renstrom iumps above an encircling net of
Arcadia players to sink two more points for Glendale.
Glendale's Bee basketballers gave all that was
asked of Them, and more. The Blasters topped a
highly successful season by polishing oft Hoover
twice to gain the undisputed league championship
and an overall T8-4 record.
Coach Ed Goorjian's charges left no doubt in any-
one's mind that this was their year, as they opened
the season with li straight wins and the champion-
ship of the Burbank B Tournament. The Blasters
swept to the Foothill League crown with a 7-3 rec-
ord, tying Hoover's Cyclones, but were awarded the
first place on their strength of their two victories
over the crosstown rivals.
Cary Schwartz dives to take the ball away from a Hoover player
during this colorful and exciting game.
Cary Scnvvartz out maneuvers his guard for a lay up shot and two more points for
Glendale against Hoover
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Jerry Renstrorn dodges but still gets fouled by a Muir man
attempting to get tl'te ball.
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Track, the most ancient of sports, flourishes
at Glendale High under the guiding hand of
Coach Lon Graf. Loaded trophy cases attest
to the ability of Glendale's Varsity Trackmen
who have run off with the Foothill League
honors four years in a row, Over the years
Glendale's track record has gone virtually
untouched by the other five schools in the
league. Not only does Glendale have a
fine record, but a fine reputation.
Varsity Track Captain Bill Gabelman demonstrates his winning form as
he leaves the blocks.
Bob Johnson, who holds Glendales pole vaulting hopes, successfully
clears l3 feet.
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Left To right, FirsT row: Bob Drake, Roger Nielson, Bob
Johnson, Wayne SackeTT, Dave Hull, Jim Bradley, Bud
Tunnell. Second row: John Greco, Gary Wexler, Chuck
Brady, Bob Jensen, Pete Finnigan, Bill Gabelman, Don
Tyler, Bob Kumpe, Morris Brown, Bill Pierce, Laddie PoTTs,
Coach Roy Vuiovich
Everywhere The spikesters compete They
receive The Tull respect of Their oppon-
ents. This aclmiraTion is clue To The facT
ThaT The cindermen never allow Their
abiliTies To outweigh Their sportsman-
ship and spiriT. SporTsmanship and
spiriT have become synonomous wiTh
The name Glendale High when men-
Tioned in Track circles. This is The greaT-
est accomplishment of any Team.
Tom Briggs. Top row: Peecl Webb, John Lisk, Ed Duryeci,
Jerry Lee, STeve Bridges, Bill Jencks, Harley Young, Dick
Brouillard, Scott Paulson, John Arnelsberg, Steve Gunn,
Ed Keller, Gary Glava.
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T3 plus vault.
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Track has been slow getting under way this
season due to The rain. As The book goes To
press, Two meets have been rained out.
However, they have done well in the two
meets they have had, with a 74-30 romp
over Pasadena and a commendable second
place in the Pasadena Games at Muir. Due
to lack of strength in the Varsity division,
Coach l.on Graf has moved several B's up.
lt is hoped that the increased strength in This
division will boost them into The Foothill
Glendales Don Tyler edges out two Pasadena men at the climax of an
exciting 120 low hurdle race.
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Miles Haskins easily took The mile from Pasadena
Jerry Saulvester Takes the baton from Dave Hull and continues on his leg
.luhn Greco and Bob Drake duel for first in this exciting 220
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yeor and should be much betler before The seoson IS over.
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Bill Fosono shows off his excellent form os he cleors six feel.
The Glendale B's were off To a
good start This year with Their
annual smashing of Loyola
when The rains came. Since then
They have been rained out
Twice. Nevertheless,training and
K XX workouts go on as well as pos-
X X" sible, on The track when it is
dry enough or in the gym when
it is not! With The clearing of
The weather, The B's got Two
meets in before The book went
To press. They Took Pasadena
in an easy 58-28 win and pulled
a first in The Pasadena Games.
Field Captain Couch
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Lett to Right, Bottom Row: Lance Otis, Jerry Liebersbach, Dick
Hearn, John Christie, Jim Freeland, Tom Sparrow, Steve Little,
Harold Coons, Richard Davis, Bill Plummer, Mickey Rosenberg.
Second Row: Jim Sims, Vance Treidler, Ed Prono, Mike Mace, Stu
McDougal, Bill Mitchell, Jay Jeffers, Bob Hines, Bill Fasano, Steve
King, Roger Dalton, Brad Benton, Garrett Wesp, Gary Hahn. Third
Row: Chuck Rea, Allan Miller, Chuck Niese, Gary Brutsch, Tom
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Bill Hartman, Bob Serin, Gary Logan, John Murry, Neal Hooker.
Top Row: Jim Stratton, Dennis Parrett, John Pirie, Chuck Meyer,
Larry Finn, Jim Gibson, John Redman, Bob Ray, Bob Moore, Joe
Monarco, Dennis Szidak, Gary Hubbard, John Whitney, Gary
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B's will Take The league, buT on The basis of
Their performances against Pasadena and at
The Pasadena games, Coach Graf Thinks There
is an excellent chance Tor The Team To Take
league honors, even minus The boys being
moved up To a VarsiTy capaciTy To Till The defi-
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That The Pasadena men didnt show in the picture.
Tom Sparrow leads Gary Logan, Pasadena man and Jim Freeland in
the l2O low hurdles.
Coach Roy Vulovich sets off Bob Serin, Steve Little, and Tom Sparrow
in a 220.
Left to right Bottom Row: Gary Goold, Mike Gates, Roy Swanson, Paul Frligcr John Berginc Paul Nuccio Don Wintz Bill Decker
John De Bey, Gary Case. Second Row Leroy Lieloersbach, Clyde Johnson, John Bensing Cam Hughes Dick Shapiro Bob Hipolito
Tom Caddrck, Ron Turner, Steve Bennett, Roger Kirklrarn, Hugh Ha nnigan, Dean Zabrinskre Lonny Edlrege Top Row Brad Hendricks
Gary Newton, Paul Nielson, Jerry Robbins, Dennis Davis, Steve Simon, Al Knox Benny Combs Tom Morrow Tom Horton Charles
Buck, Dave Case, Rick Marshall.
Hipolito, Berginc, Frliger, and Case perform
a good hand off during their relay.
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hasnt a letterman in it. Yet,
with the strength they have
demonstrated so far this year,
they should be a strong con-
tender tor the Foothill League
honors. So tar the Cs have en-
joyed an easy romp over Loyola
and a respectable third in the
Pasadena Games. The Fire-
crackers were forced to compete
among themselves at the Glen-
dale-Pasadena dual meet loe-
cause Pasadena has no C team.
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favorite pastime. This is especially
true tor some three dozen members
of Glendales T958 Varsity anal
J.V. baseball squads. These teams
have battled both college and high
school opponents this season, as
well as an unusually wet Spring.
Many days the Workouts have been
moved to higher ground in the gym
or on the old parking lot area. Both
teams are definitely strong contend-
ers tor their league championships,
and hope to reverse some ot last
years decisions with Foothill League
teams. Lacking experience the T957
Dynos lost more than their share ot
games. This year the experience
problem has been remedied, along
with more consistent hitting, bal-
anced by better pitching depth.
Here it comes! Dyno pitcher Darrell Sutherland sends a pitch
on its way as the Dynos defeat the Muir Mustangs for their
third league win against one loss. Sutherland was Babe
Herman Trophy winner in T957 as a sophomore.
Heres one that didn't count. Dyno outfielder Doug Stringer crosses the plate too late
to beat throw to Hoover catcher Frank Frederick.
Following the Burbank loss, the Dynos' three
game win streak sent them to the top, where
they expect to remain perhaps for the whole
season. The 7-2 win over Pasadena was high-
lighted by Darrell Sutherland's one-hit pitching.
The Hoover win was also a result of Sutherland's
fine pitching, and some solid hitting on the part
of Bob Parker, Barry Bottrell, and Tom Bonetto,
who collected two hits each. Shortstop Denny
Simila sparked the second win over Pasadena,
as he paced the Dyno hitting attack with a home
run and a bases-loaded double to drive in five
runs. With this hitting and pitching, the Dynos
will go a long way this season.
Here's o close play at first base as centerfielder Bob
Parker barely beats the throw from Hoover Pitcher Pat
Stoker to Purple first-sacker Tom Rike.
The Glendale horsehiders opened the season
with three wins in four games against the Glen-
dale College team, followed by a T9-3 win over
the Occidental College freshman team.
Against the Glendale College Vaqueros, the
Nitros won by scores of 2-l, T6-5, 4-3, and
Nitros lost to Burbank, followed by wins over
Pasadena 7-2, Hoover TO-6, and Pasadena
again 9-6. The three wins in league play so
far have been scored by Junior Darrell Suther-
land, winner of the T957 Babe Herman award
as a sophomore.
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game of the season. This was Pitcher Darrell Sutherland's first league win of the year.
This is the T958 edition of the Dynamiter Varsity George, third base, Back row includes Pitchers
baseball squad, all dressed up and ready to go Ken Lawrence, John Hayes, and Joel Packard,
before the Hoover game. Members in the bot- Bob Parker, outfield, Tom Bonetto, first base,
tom row, left to right: Roger Williams, outfield, Darrell Sutherland, pitcher, and Coach Bill Gel-
Alan Vernon, catcher, Dave Lawrence, second singer. Not shown are Catcher Barry Bottrell
base, Denny Simila, shortstop, and Carlisle and Outfielder Doug Stringer.
Coach Gelsinger takes time out for thought during one of the few quiet
moments in the Hoover game. The six-inning fracas lasted three hours.
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lor the ball behind the plate.
Ona close play, Glendale Centerfielder Bob Parker is safe at first as
Glendale College first-baseman takes the throw too late for the putout.
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Giving pointers in hitting to Bob Farnsworth, J.V. team captain, is Coach
Providing playing experience for future Varsity
players, and a well-balanced Team in its own
right, is the 1958 Dynamiter J.V. baseball squad.
A solid team, The squad combines good power-
hitting with percentage hitting, and an ex-
cellent pitching staff, and top-notch fielding.
On a still-wet field, J.V. players get in some fielding practice before
the rain drives them indoors again.
J. V. baseball squad members are, from left to right,
front row: Bruce Uppman, John Shields, Russ How-
ell, Jim Wilson, Jerry Ford, Jim Pollack, and Don
Hagen. Second row: Jack Christy, Skip Wells, Bob
Farnsworth, Ken Temple, Gary Cripping, George
Beattie, Bob Russell, Bob Ruffner, Tom McAdam,
Jim Maddux, Ray Barrick, Leon Cunningham, Gar-
rett Coombs, and Sam Clement.
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This year, as in the past two years, Glendale's fine
championship cross-country team walked away with
e Track While Foothill League honors. The only meet the Harriers lost
was to Burroughs High School,
This meet tell on the same day as the Oratorical and
the team was almost too excited to run. However, in
the League Meet when all the schools in the Foothill
League ran in one race, Glendale won with ease, placing
tive scoring men in the first eleven to tinish. The team's
championship quality can be traced to the hard workouts
at the hands ot Coach Pat Logan from Occidental Col-
lege, and the fine experience of Head Coach Lon Graf.
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cross country course are: Morris Brown, Don Uhl, Garret Wesp, Pasadena
man, Steve King, and Vance Treidler.
Last year the Tennis squad won the League Charn-
pionship. With many of their lettermen back, such
as Collett, Dawson, Lisk, and Weeshott, they expect
to win it again. As yet they are undefeated owing
in part to the playing of Wayne Collett, the best
player in the Foothill League and one of the better
high school players in Southern California.
Wayne Collett moves up to the net to return a lob.
Larry Weeshoff gets set as Bill Dawson serves up.
Lett to right, botom row: Ralph Priest, Ken Stilts, Clay Crowley, Richard Marshall, Harold Peterson. Top row: Jim Blum,
Dennis Ellwell, Clark Jolley, Larry Weeshotf, Wayne Collett, Bill Dawson, John Lisk, Steve Olson, Arvid Ronnfeldt.
Swimming Tor The second yeor in Their new pool, Glendole's 5.
Vorsify swim squoid is unclefeoied wiih only four more
meeTs To go, Cooch Ted Andrews is confident ThoT The Teom
will Toke Fooihill Leogue honors ogoin This yecir ond hoive
o good chornce in The CIF finols. --
Bill Jensen shoves off from The side QT The sion of cz bock-siroke roce
John SieworT Tucks cis he executes G graceful forward one ond U holf off
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Left To righr, bottom row: Bill Jensen, Ron Morris, MorTy Sours, Tim Harris, Bill Mortimer. Top row: Coach Ted Andrews, John Sieworf, John
Shock, Booth Hartley, Dick Pence, Jim Bough, Bob Moulton, Ralph Powers.
Bob Therrien gulps for a much needed
breath of air during a breast-stroke race.
Coach De Mandel's B's took the league
championship last year and are iust as
strong this year. With seven meets and
seven wins under their belts, the B squaol
just about has the championship seweol
up with a good chance at the CIF honors.
Lett to right, bottom row: Dave Beckett, Bill Jiles, Bruce Daniels, Vance Bennett, Bob Behrend
Sterling Blanchard, Ted Stover, Jim Marvin, Bob Therrien, Top row: Dennis Lahmon, Larry Patton
Paul Beckett, Joel Kotin, Bob Hanson, Bill Lycett, Ted Anderson, Wayne Apgar, Dan Marks, B Coach
Left to right, bottom row: Gary'Williamson, Dennis McGee, Steve Saylor, Don Schirmer, Mike
Boyle, Mike Towles, Rocky Rudolph, Steve Webber, Bud Clarkson, Hank Grigsby, Top row: Tom
Sherwood, Bob Asquith, Mike Liddell, Val LeClerq, Bob Schultz, Ruffan Ring ,Gary Nelson, David
Wilms, Dick Schultz, Pete Rusch, John Redtern, John Pope, Diving Coach Hooper.
John Pope crouches in anticipation of the
gun which he hopes will send him on his
way to another win.
Although there is no C league, the Glen-
dale C's take on all the schools in the
league who have C teams. The C
Championship is determined at the
League Meet. The Glendale C's, who
have defeated all comers thus for in the
season, are confident ot obtaining
Memorable Sports Moments '57 - '58
Bud Teachout, Boys' P.E. Department
Head - The wonderful work done
by the coaching staff here at Glen-
Ranier DeMandeI, Swimming --'The
Beverly Hills Invitational when Bob
Moulton took first, Jim Bough took
second, and Ralph Powers took fifth
in the 400 yd. free style.
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This year it was deemed a fitting ending for the Sports
Section to include a special page for coaches. ln a brief
interview each coach was questioned as to the most mem-
orable event or incident that happened to him or his
team during the '57-'58 season. Since Tennis, Swimming,
Baseball and Track are not completed until after the book
goes to press, there may be more exciting events turn up
in these sports before the end of the season. However,
these are the events cited by the coaches to date.
Roy Vuiovich, Varsity Football - The 'Q'
Muir game where we came from a 20-O
deficit in the first quarter to within 2
points of winning in the last quarter,
Leo Arranaga, B Football, J.V. Baseball
- The second half of the Hoover B foot-
ball game when we were behind 6-I3
and came back to win the game l25-T31
and the Foothill League. Baseball -
This year's J.V. crop is one of the best
Gene Haas, Varsity Basketball, Tennis -
Beating Hoover the first time when they
were on top of the league and we were
on the bottom and beating them the
second time to give Us the League Cham-
pionship. Tennis - We're unbeaten!
B A A V- Ted Andrews, Varsity and B Swim-
, r' A . ming - The second B meet against
Burroughs. However, the 9-O rec-
-A ord of both teams overshadows any
X ,- I individual event or incident.
Ed Gooriian, B Basketball - Beating I
Hoover three times - once in the
Bee Foothill Tournament and twice
in the league play.
Lon Graf, Track - Seeing Bob
Johnson tie Hoover's John Rose in
the pole vault at l3' 4314" at the
Bill Gelsinger, Varsity Baseball - Seeing
sophomore Don Hagen step in to take
over a sick Darrell Sutherland's pitching
position on the team in a game, in a
league where sophomores seldom pitch.
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Byron Melendy, Robert DeMoss, and Ronald Berkon stand at attention as Fred Rosenburg raises the flag. The R.O.T.C. performs
this task every morning.
The Reserve Officers Training Corps, one of the many elective
courses offered at Glendale l-l
each year. Presently there are
enrolled in the R.O.T.C. This
bettetr adjust themselves to the
with others that all must lead
The basic courses taught during
Reserve Ottcers' Training Corps
igh, is becoming more popular
one hundred and thirty cadets
program helps young men to
adult life of living and working
a three year period in this sub-
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Training, Tactics, basic drill and manual of arms, care and
maintenance of Weapons, general instructions of all weapons
used by the ground forces, and a knowledge of all other branch-
es of the Armed Forces.
Extra-curricular activities are also offered to the members. A
three day Navy cruise, a visit to El Torro Marine Base, a three
day visit to Fort MacArthur, a Military Ball, and an inspection
of an Air Force Base, are a few of the things promoted by the
A familiar sight to all R.O.T.C. cadets are, from left to right, Major
Henry Jordon, Sergeant George Lee, MfSgt. William Turkish, and MfSgt.
James Rupert, who supervise the cadets' training,
Captain Dennis Gillum, head of the Parking lot detail, looks on with Captain Stan Many awards have been taken by Glendale High's Rifle Team both
Rouse as Tom Cass, Robert DeMoss, and Sam Salsbury aid in the student parking in city and state wide competition. Varsity letters are awarded to the
lot. The R O T C. also helps to direct and park cars at home football games held top five scorers each year. The members of the team shown above are
at Glendale High School,
In iirrirge of all R O T C cadets and Commanding Officer at Glen-
il.ile High is Lieutenant Colonel Robert Penland lcenterl. Second
in commancl is Major Kenneth Van Wormer lleftl The Battalion
Co oiulnzifor of Canwpanies A and B is Captain Charles Bona
left to right: Jerry Holm, John Streetmaker, Captain Charles Bona and
Twice a week, classes are held in R.O.T.C. The above class, being
conducted by Sgt. Lee is on the M-1 Carbine Rifle, Throughout
the year, classes are held on weapons, first aid, map reading,
tactics, and many other subjects dealing with the army.
Glendale High's Firing Squad, under the command of Captain Mike Quinn, serve as Honor Guards at funerals of deceased veterans.
Cadet Captatn Michael Quinn, Cadet Captaxn Dennis Gillum,
Company Commander e A Company Commander 3 B
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tnspccttng Cadet Gary Nelson.
The Mtlutary Ball, an annual event for all Glendale and Hoover
members, was held at the Amerrcan Legion Hall thus year. An enchanted
evening was had by all who attended.
An early morning inspection at Fort MacArthur is conducted by Lieutenant
Colonel Robert Penland and Captain Bowl of Hoover. Being inspected is
Cadet Gary Nelson, vvltlt Cadet Chris Goff next rn ltne The Fort MacArthur
trap ts one ofthe many field trips held bythe R.O.T.C.
High Schools R,O,T,C. Drill Team, under the command of Malor Van Wormer, is shown practicing for coming parade.
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Hark, 2nd. Lt. John Streetmaker. lRow 21 Charles Lovell, Alan Boehmer, Jim Olinick, Kenneth Erickson, Ben Sliger, David Smith, Karl Orth,
Gary Son, Cliff Drury, Ron Jones, John Montague. lRow 31 Everett Houck, Richard Hager, David Cooper, Peter Briggs, John Sheely, Alan
Colton, Bill Principe, Sandy Gerfen, Dave Mardear, Jerry Christian, Gary Knagenhelm, Batt, Comm. Lt. Col. Robert Penland. lRow 41 Tom
Ryan, Jim Neuman, LeRoy Matson, John Hughes, Jim Hull, Robert Anderson. iRow 51 Roger Jalbert, Bruce Rice, Jerry Holm, Forrest Cassidy,
Ray Bromloerek, Richard Tupper, Wilsey Martin, Ron Brown, Terry Wallick.
Company B officers and men include, L to R lRow 'll 2nd. Lt. Tom Sutter, Company Commander Capt. Dennis Gillum, 2nd. Lt. Steve Kiser,
Qnd. Lt. Bill Prutum, Batt. Exect. Mai. Ken Van Wormer. lRow 21 John Cope, Ronald Coleman, Richard Voge, Charles Beaty, Jerry Saul-
vester, Sam Salisbury, Robert DeMoss. lRow 31 Fred McCord, Darryl Morris, Gary Watson, Larry Silverman, John Hiate, Richard Partridge,
Chris Goff, Charles Wiener, Ron Quinn, Fred Rosenberg. lRow 41 Bob Berg, Byron Melendy, Pete Ogden, Bill Wilfong, Ralph Blocker, Roy
Berkon, Duane Westermeir, Gary Nelscon, Tom Schurtz. lRow 51 Harold Baughman, John Weisbacker, John Morgan, Jim McQUay, Don
Kalcle, John Bohr, John Nilson, Reed Snackenburg, Leon Eddy.
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The Girls' Athletic Association is
Cm importcmnt tdctor in goining
new triends ond experiences
tor Glendale girls. lt is on os-
socotion ot the voried sport
clulns, such os volleylooll, bose-
boll, ond circhery. Sixth period
gym is reserved tor those girls
who wish GAA membership
Oncl meet the requirements ot
staying citter school once c: week
oncl mczintdining o grdde ot
UA" or "B" in both posture ond
gym. Since not oll girls con
meet the requirements or or-
ronge their progroms for sixth
period gym, the citter-school
sport clubs ore open to oll.
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is GAA diver, Sue Williams
Girls Sports Activities
fl, l, 'ls' Athletic Association
GAA Board members are, left to right: Row iz Linda Durley, Jeanie Kaye, Melinda
Royce, Sandy Barondess, Ursula Spilger, Judy Hlrtle, Gretchen Clemmons, Regina
lnslee, Carol Gilbert. Row 2: Bette Broom, Gail Seabury, Barb Humphreys, Bette
Moser, Joan Henderson, Cecile Lash, Sally Evans, Carolyn Johnson, Gail Winbigler,
and Sue Locke.
Being installed at the Annual Installation Award Banquet are, left to right:
Carol McSween, Debbie Zeller, Carolyn Johnson, Carol Mason, Gretchen
Clemmons, Carol Gilbert, Sue Locke, and Joan Wahl.
Each semester GAA members elect officers and
managers to head the different sport clubs and
their activities. Under the leadership of Cecile
Lash, first semester president, the board planned
the Annual Installation Award Banquet held on
the 25th of January. The second semester board
and its president, Joan Henderson, arranged
"Spring Fever," the playday held in April on the
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GAA. Sports Clubs
After-school GAA swim offers several different
branches of water sports. The water ballet group
worked hard in perfecting The demonstrations put
on for The classes and the playdays. Under The lead-
ership of Sue Locke, swim manager, The club spon-
sored a swim meet for The girls.
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'Ti , Robbin Harris, Janice Kinnan,
w,. Ann Lea Welshofer. Row 3:
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T ' . U" I club are, lefT to right: Row 1:
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Tan' 9 ' ' T Linda Winfrey, Carol Schroeder,
Karen Begley. Row 2: Harriet
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Giving water polo a try are, leff to
right: Janet Lynn, Nancy Clausen,
Sandra Hardwidge, Bette Broom,
Peggy Lillig, Sharon Arendale, and
Sue Locke, in The center.
Beginning swim club
members are, left To
right: Row l: Rene
McKenzie, B o n n i e
Vold, Carol Spelgeffi.
Row 2: Eddylou Tre-
neer, Lynda Smith,
Andrea Martin, Ei-
leen Stahl. Row 3:
Jackie Beckman, Lin-
da Skursch, Leslie
Reynolds, Je en i e
Skeele and Murial
Weger, Pauline McAllister,
Carole Langstaff, Rona Shu-
mann. Row 3: Beverly Atkine
son, Valerie Shaw, Penny Mo-
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Badminton was held on two nights this year due
to the popularity of the game. Beginners met on
Tuesday afternoon with Gail Winbigler, while
Carolyn Johnson met with the advanced members
on Wednesday afternoon. During the second re-
mester all birdwatchers' met with Judy Hirtle on
Each Wednesday afternoon during the first semester the
cry of "service" marked the start of one of the most
exciting games played in GAA, Carol Mason, manager,
led the club in the ladder match for both doubles and
Tennis members are, left to right: Row l: Sandy Dyck,
Alice Chew, Judy Hirtle, Guenella Stavenow. Row 2:
f Q, Dena Naimark, Carol Mason, Linda Lockwood, Valerie
E l V Harris, Jean McLarnin. Raw 3: Joan Proulx, Karen
l , l Schreck, Naomi Passler, Jean Semrau. Row 4: Mary Ellen
Hudson, Pauline McAllister, Carole Langstaff, Astine
Bedrossian, Marilyn Gilbert. Row 5: Meridith Wells,
Carol Schroeder. Row 6: Linda Keenan, Betty Tunnell,
Jerry Walmer, Cindy Radner. Row 7: Sandy Barondess,
Kay Lensar, Mary Graves, Revo Johnson, Donna Barnes.
Row 8: Roberta McShirley, Barbara Phillips, Jean Sivert-
son, and Mitzie Tudor.
Right: Members of the "bird,
watcher" club are, left to
right: Row 'l: Shirley Starr,
Judy l-lirtle. Row 2: Sandra
Staley, Nancy Goeller, Mary
Stockel. Row 3: Pat Byers,
Linda Glastre, Pauline Massey,
Mary Baker, Vicki Patterson.
Row 4: Pat Englehardt, Kathy
Culver, Marcella McGinley,
Astine Bedrossian, Marilyn
Gilbert and Irene Schurman.
Left: Shirley Starr goes up for
a smash hit return to her oppo-
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Basketball club members are, left to right: Row l: Julie
Tucker, Betty Slocum, Jonnalee Hartman. Row 21 Barbara
Averine, Dorothy Kimball, Gretchen Clemmons, Vicki Bough-
man, Carolyn Ahlers. Raw 3: Sandi Murphy, Joan Henderson,
Carolyn Hughs, Bette Broom, Laurie Brown, Kathy Murphy,
Carlene Milius, and Jackie Liebmann.
Pausing for a picture are Dance club members, left to right: Row T: Carolee
Wiles, Pam Thompson, Sue Pheiffer, Karen Muhleman. Row 2: Sandie Cul-
bertson, Nancy Hooper, Joan Bailey, Barbie Waite, Annette Kelly, Sandra
Hearn, Debbie Zeller. Row 3: Jodie Kniesel, Lynn Hoffman, Sharon Parson,
Julie Bertin, Jody Emerson, Marilyn Weitz, and Sonia Hubner.
The GAA Basketball club held an inter-mural
tournament for their semester activity. At the
end of the semester the winning team and their
manager, Bette Broom, had the privilege ot
attending the playday held on the GHS campus
Shooting for a basket is Betty Slocum,
guarded by Carolyn Ahlers, with Julie
Tucker, Vicki Baughman and Sandi Mur-
phy looking on.
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The skits and dances seen at the
various GAA activities were put on
by the after-school Dance Club. The
choreography was done by the
members with the help of Carol
McSween and Debbie Zeller, man-
agers for the first and second se-
Demonstrating a modern dance step are,
left to right: Pam Thompson, Sandie Cul-
bertson, Carolee Wiles, Sue Pheiffer, Lynn
Hoffman and Sharon Parson.
Diving is more than merely jumping off the board
and doing a belly-flop. lt takes knowledge, skill,
and practice to perfect a dive. Ursula Spilger, swim
manager, supervised the learning and practicing of
the different dives.
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Diving members ore, left to right: Row I: Delores McClure,
Jackie Beckman, Mike Dammier, Pauline McAllister, Eileen
Stahl, Mary Garbaline. Row 2: Barbara Cardillo, Linda
Skursch, Bonnie Vold, Rene McKenzie, Carole Spelgatti,
Jeannie Kaye, and Glady Dull,
the difficult back
dive is Glady Dull. .
Safe! is the shout as
C a rl y n Kinnison
slides into third base
and Nancy Taylor
receives the ball.
Home-run hitters are, left to right: Row l: Carol Nelson, Emma
Lou French, Judy Potter, Bev Oien, Ann Hendricks, Gail Sea-
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bury, Tammy Evans, Vicki Baughman. Row 2: Kathy Johnson,
Laurie Dunsmore, Pat Johnson, Cora Dody, Linda Hoy, Carol
Humiston, Janet Farris. Row 3: Carlyn Kinnison, Laurie Tun-
nell, Maria Nelson, Myrnu Nelson, Barbie Bartlett, Jan Jencks,
Emily Hallan, Kathy Murphy, Sandy Murphy, Carolyn Chiles,
Carolyn Ahlers and Mary Berghuis.
"Take me out to the ball game, let's go
play with the girls. Don't let Ann Hendricks
see that gum, tor she might spoil your fun.
We'll cheer loudly for our GAA team, if we
don't win it's a crime, for it's l - 2 - 3 balls
you walk at the girls' softball game."
l Knock your arrow, 2 Draw your bow: 3-Shoot.
That was how the after school Robin Hoods hit the
bull s eye Not only did members shoot at the targets
in front of the Senior Glen, but the modem archers
took a iourney to the Griffith Park Roving Archery
Range, under the leadership of their manager,
This year new rules were put into effect for volleyball play-
ers. With this change members and their managers, Sally
Evans and Bette Broom played quite a few games before
, the new rules were finally established. When this was done
the net players did an excellent iob of representing Glendale
GAA at the playdays.
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game while fellow team mates Sally Evans,
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Schroeder, D. J. Tugby. Row 2: Candy Criddle, Kay
Lensar, Lynne Wonacott, Donna Morgan, Shiela
Minkin, Linda Polgreen, Jerri Walmer, Sue Klopasky,
Gretchen Clemmons. Row 3: Valerie Piersol, Mary
Graves, Roberta McShirley, Janice Maneki, Barbara
Phillips, Mary Dawson, Nancy Jo Pflueger, Marian
Cunningham, Dianna Dunn, Kathy Yeackley, Ger-
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Lights, Camera, Action! Glendale High School makes another tele-
vision appearance. Coach Roy Vuiovich and members of the
Glendale High Football Team were interviewed on the '76 Sports
Club," and the song and yell leaders led the student participants
in an exhibition of GHS school spirit,
Barbara Atkins Barbara Atkinson
Janet Baker Gary Balbach
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JOYCE Bales JUCly BGlClWiV1 Audrey Lee Ball David Ballard
Gail Bankey Susanne Barlow
Laurie Beans Donald Beck
Robert Belrtrend James Bell
Elza Bergeron Barbara Bernard
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Becky Blackwell Marilyn Blackwell Darlene Betts
Patricia Blanton Ralph Blocker Susan Blake
William Bolen Thomas Boneito Judith Blossom
Susan Bicknell Stanley Bixler i
Sibyl Ann Blalock Frederica,BIanchard
Dorothy Bogart Judith Bollingmo
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John Bradford Laurie Brann
Gary Bratcher John Brennan Bruce Brenner Ian Breslow Stephen Bridges
Joy Hooker, Homecoming Queen and her courtg Linda Arnds,
Susie Green, Linda Gratiot and Kathy Murphy enter the Rose
' ' Bowl in style to reign over the annual GlendalefHoover Foot-
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Vviiligm Bfosfoff William Brown Donald Burnap Calvin Burt
John Brown Margaret Brown
Bonnie Burleson Patrick Burlingame
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John Christie Gary Cgsfelon
Betty Cleaves Alice Chew
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Eileen Coen Janet Ann Cole Judy Coleman
"We want Parker," chant the iubilant Seniors for their spon-
sor after Senior, John Robinson, brought them victory with
his winning speech in the annual Oratorical.
Harold Coons David Cox Michael Crockett
Sharon Corcoran Marian Cunningham Terrance Curry
A ll Carole Ann Connor
John Lee Cooke
Sylvia Ann Curtis
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William Dawson Doreen Day
"Around the World," is the half-time theme for the drill Team
and band of Glendale High as they mcf e a stop in Germany
To form a cuckoo clock in The famous Rose Bowl
James Danforth Marina Daniels
Pafricia Decker Donna Dedo
Tom De Pamphilis Donald De Renne 3'
Douglas Dickenson Louise Di Tullio 'T 'TG
Edward Downes Edward Doyle Richard Dixon
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Marsha Ellwood Carolyn Elsbree Richard Erdos Russell Ferbrache
Sarah Eroh Alice Eshe Stephen Estes
Mary Beih Erwing Thomas Farley William Fasano
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I Carl Forbes Elizabeth Force
22' 'Sv - Ann Frye Christine Furrer
Judith Flicker Victoria Fliedner P t Fi
Linda Mae Ford
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Sam Gates Gary Geer
James Geer William Gehringer Jo Ann Genescriifi Judith Gerber Barry Gerken
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Sfella George Judy May Gibson Shirley Godfrey Roberf Gonzales
Dennis James Gillem Elaine Gilleran Patricia Gould Linda Graiior
Arthur Girrior Gary Glava
James Gordon Donald Goss
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Carol Lee Gilberr
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Christmas Time Again! The students of Glendale High till
Christmas boxes for underprivileged families of Glendale.
Here, Seniors on the cabinet help carry out the last few pack-
ages to the trucks.
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Jo Ann Hayden Joan Henderson Ann Hendricks
Ronald Helphand Lynne A. Hill Robert Hines
Bonnie Lue Henderson
Cary Harvey Donalie Ann Haskell
Miles Haskins Diane Hatteberg
Patricia Hammond Patricia Ann Haze
Susan Hermann Robert Hetherington
Janice Hirt Judy Hirtle
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Beryl Hoban Gary Hodge
Sharon Hohm Anders Holmberg
Joy Hooker Jimmy Horn
Elaine Hounsell Carolyn Howard
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Forden Hughes Sandra Hughes
Marion Hoffman Donna Hoherfz
, . "Ge1 il clean Sophomoresf' These Sophomore class officers
Adrienne Hofonian , . .. . . .
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David Hull Edward Hulsebus Kay Hulfgren
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Robert A. Jones
Janice Jansen Jay Jeffers Margaret Jenkins Yvonne Johnson Kenneth Keasey
Mary Jentink Judy Ann Jobb William Johannesen Fred Kearns
Carolyn S. Johnson Marilyn C. Johnson Robert M. Johnson
Joyce Jones James Jefferson Joy Donald Kalde
Carole Ker Patricia Kincer Dorinola Keeney
Stephen Kiser Donald Kleeman Stephen King
Al Knos Barbara Koch Lorelie Kling
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Terri Langstatf Kay Langton
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The Dick DeAgustine Combo performs with a modern sound
in rhythm for the Glendale High School students at one of
their weekly assemblies.
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Eleanor Legge Dorothy Leonette Susan Locke Carol Lunkley
Peggy Lillig James Lindley
Nancy Livoni Judy Lloyd
Jane? Rae Lynn
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, ,Z-4-fr Shirley Mann
Kathleen Loeffler Paul Loewen
James Lopez Lane Lopez
Philip Lozano Gay Myles
Anfoinefre Marino Robert Mack Nancy MacMahon
Richard Marshall Robert Manskar Charles Marggraf
Madge Marshall Heather Martin Wilsey Martin
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Another tradition in practice is the annual cleaning ot the
numerals in the Senior Glen by the Junior Officers. This year gl
it's President Bill Jencks, assisted by Karen Risinger, Jocey Q if
Delmonte, Carolyn Copeland and Gloria Waldron. Q7 Q"'
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Victoria Mattson Robert McLeod Gregory McMasters
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"We Won, We Won!" Senior girls go slightly mad after win
ning the spirit award in the "Girls Stunt Showf
Carol Mead Ardith Meadows
Marsh Meredith Carol Merideth
Angela Meyer Charles Meyer
Charles Miller Jacqueline Miller
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Judy Mitchell John Monson Thomas Miller Gary Minikin Nadine Minkotf
Rosemary Montana Geraldine Moon Louise Moore
Penelope Moore lrene Morin Evelyn Morisset Dicxno Morosi
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Archie Morris Dorothy Morris Gory Morris Sylvio Mueller John Morfimer
Bette Moser Ronald Mothershed Jock Moulton Horold Nyholm
.lomes Moulton Robert Moulton Jonet Mountforcl
Olivio Mulvihill Potricio Noe Loretto Nuccio
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Goil Newton Roger Nnelson Susan Nevins
Gory Overholser Phllrp Owen Rolte Nelrneyer t...,
Neil Powers Wllllorn Price Ralph Priest Vlrgrnlo Ogle Gregory Omolrtlon
Gary Parker Dennis Parrett Stanley Partridge James Pascoe Fransis Patterson
Trophies of victory and sportsmanship are pointed out to two
of our foreign exchange students, Nazeen Thanwalla from
Pakistan and Christine Furrer, from Switzerland, by second-
semester Student Body President, Skip Newell
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Karen Paulsen William Peirce Ronald Perry Russel Perry
Robert Penland Edward Perez Dorothy Pickard George Pierner
Edward Perry Marilyn Perry
Justine Phillips James Phypers
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Potncio Reslock Suzanne Quick
Jonet Retzloff Donna Reed
Constance Riedel Fred Riedel Billy Rietveld
Asiatic or Just Plum Flu? Seniors will remember 1958
as the year of the epidemic with half-filled class rooms
cmd pandemonium in the attendance office.
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David Roberts Florence Romano Michael Rosenberg
John Robinson Melinda Royce Judith Rubin
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Traditional parade before the Glendale-Hoover Football game
finds these Glendale students working on the GHS float
Valerie Schuh Anita Schweitzer Linda Schneppershoff Paul Schneringer Peggy Scholte
Lynn Scribner Frank Scurria Janice Seidenglanz
Nancy Se Kava Cecil Selman
Donna Shaw Patricia Shaw
Barry Shoop Sandra Shuck
Sandy Sill Richard Silver
Nancy Sisson Wayne Skaggs
Dee Ann Shinkle
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Ronald Smith Susan Smith David Smith
Suzanne Snyder Donna Sodoma Donald Smullen
Viola Spears Pauline Speck Evangeline Soriano
Laura Smith Marilyn Smith
' . -1 A Barbara Snavely Margaret Snook
Q Martin Sours Tom Sparrow
Sandra Staley Glory Staniec Shirley Starr Janice Spong Ronald Stadler
John Stewart Phillip Stockman
Robert Stover Barbara Stowell Diane Stubblefield Dorothy Tugby Laurie Tunnell
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CONGRATULATIONS OR CONSOLATIONS? First semester GHS
President, Bill Dawson, shakes hands and talks over the
possibe outcome of the traditional Glendale-Hoover game
with the Hoover President, Alan Mage.
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Jerelyn Turner Cheryl Taliaferro Bonnie Thompson Jill Thompson Roger Tucker
Linda Temple Cherie Terkla Linnea Traeger Julie Tucker
Robert Therrien Donna G. Thomas
Glynne Todd Karen Towers
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Pamela Van Wie
Ruth Ann Ward
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Donald West David Western Robert Westlund
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STARTING THE MARCH with a bang are Donalee Haskell,
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Carol Wiesjahn Gail Winbigler Carroll Wood
Gary Yukl Ronald Zakerski
Seniors All! Oratorical winners for the prev ous Three years
Linda Lockwood, Bill Dawson, and John Robinson compare
trophies and Talk over past laurels,
Charles Young KenneTh Young Carolyn Younger 1 aff' 1 Q
Helen Zywezck Sandy Beach Carol Eastman K X N
Sharon Foster Dee Fulton Frank Lopex j Wm Qbk
Bob Parker Timofhy Sfewarf Carol Thurgood X fl
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To pledge devoTion wiTh sincerify.
Thy strength and bec1uTy long in our hec1rTs will
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Thy clc1ughTers Tolir Their love for Thee olcclclim,
Glendale, Thy spiriT guide Us Tc1iThTully!
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Glendole, we proudly hoil Thy honored home
Words and Music by LEAH TIEGS lClolss of W'4ll
CLEAVE, BETTY - Pep Council II.
On the next tour pages, we will bring to mind
some symbols ot our tradition. Time has passed
as quickly as and in the hour glass. Soon,
long-awaited diploma. The Senior Key, the
this directory is to signify the extra-curriculaf
activities, clubs, organizations, and elected of-
fices in which the Seniors have participated
Though some students have considerably more
dressed in caps and gowns, we will accept the during their three years at Glendale High. Al-
tower, are just symbols of our great tradition
that will be with us forever. The purpose ot
AKIRA, CAROLYN "CAROL" -
Cosmotology I, ll, III
G.A.A. I, Commerce Club II.
BAUERNFEIND, SYLVIA -- Corn-
ALABASTER, JOHN - Congress
II, Swimming Team Il, Red Cross
Representative I, Il, Class Council
ll, Latin Club.
ALLEN, RICHARD "KEITH" -
Congress I, ll.
ALLRED, JIM "RED" - Pep Coun-
AMELSBERG, JON - Class Coun-
cil lll, Junior Statesmen Ill. Junior
Civitan III, Track Team ll, lil.
ANDERSON, JUDITH "PEPSIE" -
Commerce Club III, G.A.A. I, II.
ANDERSON, LAWRENCE "LARRY"
- R.O.T.C. I, ll, lll, Congress ll,
49ers l, ll, III.
ANDERSEN, RICHARD - P.A. Crew
I, ll, lll, 49ers Il, III.
Class Council l, Cir
Junior Statesmen II,
lll, Pep Council I, ll, Ill
ANGELICA, ROBERTA "ROBBlN" -
Latin Club I, Red Cross Represent-
ative I, Nitroettes ll, Junior States-
men II, III, French Club Ill.
ANTOINE, JANNEAN - Y-Teens
Trl Glen III, Honor Society Ill,
Science Club Ill.
ARNDS, LINDA - Pep Council III,
Homecoming Court III,
Teachers I, II.
I, ll, Latin Club
ATSINGER, NANCY - Christian
Student Fellowship I, Il, lll, Senior
Class Songleader Ill, Senior Coun-
cil III, Congress I, Il, Pep Council
ATTIG, WILLIAM "BlLL" - Honor
Society Il, lll, Science Club Il, III.
AYNELINE, MARGARET - Class
Council I, II.
BAKER, JANET "JAN" - Soph-
omore Girl's Glee I, Choralettes II,
BALBACK, GARY - Class Council
ll, Congress I, II, Red Cross Rep-
resentative I, ll.
BALDWIN, JUDY "BALDlE" -
Future Teachers I, II, Latin Club II,
BALES, JOYCE "LITTLE KRlS" -
Commerce Club lll, Cresendos III,
World Friendship Club I, ll, Future
BALL, AUDREY "DEAN" - Transfer
from Alexander High School, North
BAME, DAVE "DELANO" - Varsity
Basketball II, lll, Congress Il, III,
Red Cross Representative I, Il.
BANKEY, GAIL - Commerce Club
Ill, Pep Council III, Stunt Show III.
BARLOW, SUSANNE "SUE" -
Sophomore Vice-President, Cotton'n
Cord Princess, Class Council I, III,
Civinettes lll, Head Songleader III.
BARRETT, BARBARA "BARRETT" --
Symphonettes I, Glenettes I, ll,
G.A.A. I, II, lll, Red Cross Repre-
sentative I, Stunt Show ll, Ill.
BARROW, ELISABETH "BEE" 1
Class Council I, ll, Ill, Congress
II, III, G.A.A. ll, Ill, Nitroettes Il.
BATES, DIANE - Glenettes I, II,
merce Club I, ll, III, Girl's "G"
Club lll, G.A.A. I, ll, Ill.
BAUM, UTE - French Club I,
BEANS, LAWRENCE "LAURIE" -
A'Cappella Ill, Latin Club I, Honor
Society 1, li, ln.
BECK, DON - Congress I, Class
Council I, ll, Ill, Pep Council I, III.
Director of Boy's Athletics III,
Student Body Vice-President Ill.
BEGLEY, CODY -
BEHREND, ROBERT "BOB" - Swim
Team ll, lll, High "Y" ll, lll, Pep
BELL, JAMES - Varsity Football
Il, lll, Class Council I, Ill, J.V.
Baseball I, 49ers III.
Latin Club I.
BROSTOFF, BILL -- Stylus Stott I,
II, "B" Football I, ll, lll, J.V.
Baseball I, Class Council I, ll,
BROWN, CAROLE - Future Teach-
ers I, ll, Spanish Club ll, III,
Nitroettes ll, lll, G.A.A. I, ll, Ill.
BROWN, WILLIAM "BlLL" -
Scribblers III, Cresendos Il, lll,
Diving Team ll, III.
BUNGAY, ANN -- R.O.T.C, Honor-
ary Captain lll, Graduation Lead
ll, Civinettes lll, Honor Society I,
ll, III, Pep Council II.
BURKS, MINNIE - Commerce Club
I, ll, lll, A'Cappella lll, G.A.A.
I, Lyric Club II, Sophomore Girl's
Glee Club I.
BURNAP, DON - Honor Society
activities, the maximum to be listed was tive.
try III. Glenettes I.
DEETHHARDT, KATHRYN "KATHY"
CLEMMONS, GRETCHEN "Grinch"
- Program Chairman of Girls'
League Ill, Civinettes II, III, Latin
Club I, ll, Ill, 3rd Vice-President
of G.A.A. Ill, Honor Society Il.
COEN, EILEEN - Future Teachers
Ill, Christmas Program I, Ill, Mixed
COLE, JANET "JAN" - Com-
merce Club ll, III, Stylus Rep-
resentative I, II, Regulated Dress
COLEMAN, JUDY - Class Council
lll, Stunt Show I, II, III, Chairman
of Senior Banquet Ill, French Club
ll, III, G.A.A. I, ll.
CONNER, CAROL "ANNE" - Ex-
plosion II, lll, French Club I, II,
Spanish Club Ill.
BLAKE, SUSAN "SUZY"
Stunt Show ll, Nitroettes
Class Council II
BOLEN, WILLIAM Class
Council ll, Junior Statesmen III,
Science Club Ill.
BONETIO, TOM "BOBO" - Civi-
tans Ill, Congress Ill, Spanish Club
Il, J.V. Baseball I, Varsity Base-
ball ll, Ill.
BORKLUND, WILLIAM "BlLL" -
Latin Club I, Key Club Il, lll, Class
Council I, P.A. Crew III.
BOWER, MARY - Symphonettes
Il, lll, Honor Society II, III, Future
Teaohers ll, lll, G.A.A. I, ll, Ill,
World Friendship II, Ill.
BOZZA, CHARLES "CHUCK" -
Band I, ll, Junior Statesmen II,
Rifle Team II, lll, 49ers I, ll, Ill,
49er President Ill.
BRANN, LAURIE - Baccalaureate
Lead ll, Stylus Staff I, French
Club lll, Latin Club I, III, Philan-
thropic Committee of Girls' League
BRATCHER, GARY - "B" Foot-
ball I, II, lll, Class Council ll, "G"
BRENNAN, JOHN -- Football I,
Il, III, "G" Club Ill.
BRESLOW, IAN "BRES" - Science
Club l, lll, Key Club Il, Ill, Latin
BRIGGS, TOM - Symphonettes
III, Science Club I, ll, lll, Honor
Society I, II, Varsity Football III.
BRISCOE, BARBARA "BARB" -
Commerce Club ll, Civinettes III,
G.A.A. ll, Ill.
BROOKS, GERALD "JERRY" -
French Club ll, lll, Future Teachers
III, Band I, ll, III, Bond Comm. Ill.
BOONE, KENNETH "KlCKER" -
"B" Football Il, J.V. Baseball I,
Club Ill, Pep
A RICHARD "CURLEY" --
Junior Statesmen II, Latin Club I,
II, Symphonettes I, Photography II.
CARLSON, JUDITH "JUDY" --
Football I, III.
CARR, WILLIAM "BILL" -- "B"
Football II, Varsity Football III.
CASELLES, JACK - Varsity Foot-
ball II, lll, Congress I, II, III.
Junior Statesmen ll, lll, Key Club
lll, Fall Play Ill.
CASEY, CATHLEEN "CATHY" -
Stunt Show I, II, lll, Congress I.
CASS, JUDY "LUCINDA" - Soph.
Girl's Chorus I, Mixed Chorus II,
CASTELAN, GARY - Class Council
I, Ill, Junior Statesmen II, lll, Pep
Council I, Il, III, 49ers lll, Science
CASTRO, SAVERIO "SAL" - 49-
ers ll, III, P.A. Crew Ill, Cosmo-
tology l, ll, Ill.
CAVES, TOM - Latin Club I, Il.
Science Club III.
CERKONEY, LOUELLA "LOU" -
Commerce Club Ill.
CHEW, ALICE - Honor Society
Il, lll, Future Teachers lll, G.A.A.
II, lll, Girl's "G" Club lll, Senior
Representative of Girls' League
CHRISTIE. JOHN "SPIKE" -
Track lll, Explosion Il, III, Spanish
Club lll, Scrlbblets ll, Cross Coun-
lll, G.A.A. I, Stunt Show Il, lll,
Dance Recital ll.
COOKE, JOHN "LEE" - Latin
HAROLD TRIGGER" -
ll, lll, Track Team
Ill, Stylus Repres
Club I, Stage Crew Il,
Team ll, Ill.
Music I, II.
IINGHAM, M A R I
Scribblers ll, lll, Latin I, Il,
French Club lll,
CURTIS, DOROTHY - Glenettes I,
World Friendship I, ll, G.A.A. I.
CURTIS, SYLVIA - A'Cappella lll,
Congress lll, Commerce Club ll,
Glenettes ll, Ill.
DANFORTH, JAMES "JlM"' -
French Club Il, lll, Science Club
III, Photography ll.
DANIELS, MATINA "TlNA" -
Pep Council I, Il, III, Commerce
Club I, II, Ill, Glenettes I, Class
DART, JUDITH "JUDY" - Stunt
Show I, ll, lll, Advanced Girl's
Glee Club Il, A'Cappella lll,
Civinettes lll, Accompanist for
Christmas Program III.
DAWSON, WILLIAM "BILL" -
President of Student Body lll, Co-
ordinator of Speech Arts Il, Dep-
uty Lieutenant of Key Club Ill,
Manager of Bookstore III, Varsity
Tennis I, ll, Ill.
DAY, DOREEN - Commerce Club
lll, Stunt Show I, ll, lll.
DECKER, PATRICIA "PAT" -
Latin Club I, ll, Junior Statesmen
ll, Pep Council III, G.A.A. l, ll.
DEDO, DONNA "DODlE" - Future
Teachers ll, lll, Spanish Club I,
Ill, Stunt Show III, Scribblers Ill,
- Commerce Club I, Choralettes
ll, 60 Per Club ll, A'Cappella lll,
G.A.A. I, ll, lll.
DEPAMPHILIS, TOM "TlMMlE" -
Class Council I.
de RENNE, DONALD "DON" --
J.V. Baseball Il, Varsity Baseball
lll, Science Club III.
DEXTER, RONALD "RON" - Honor
Society ll, Ill, Latin Club I, Il, lll,
Stamp Club I, Il.
DICKENSON, DOUG "RAKE" -
Swim Team ll, Pep Council Il.
DI TULLIO, LOUISE "LOUIE" -
Civinettes ll, III, Honor Society I,
Il, lll, G.A.A. l, ll, lll, French Club
ll, III, Symphonettes ll, III.
DISON, RICHARD "DlCK" -
Science Club III.
DORROH, ALLAN - Track Team
DOUGLAS, THOMAS "DOUG" --
P.A. Crew II, Ill, Class Council II.
DOYLE, EDWARD "ED" - Class
DRAKE, RONALD -
DULL, GLADDY - Orators III,
Junior Statesmen lll, G.A.A. lll,
Spanish Club Ill.
DIANA "PEDONE" -
Society I, ll, lll, Latin Club
French Club III, Dance
Spanish Club I, Il, lll, World
Friendship I, II, lll, G.A.A. l,
Advanced Girl's Glee I, lll, Soph.
Girl's Chorus I.
EDWARDS, RONALD - Junior
ELLWOOD, MARCIA "MlMl" -
G.A.A. I, Glenettes Il, Regulated
Dress Representative Il, French
ELSBREE, CAROLYN - Commerce
EROH, SARAH - Sophomore
ESHE, ALICE "MARY ANN" -
Stunt Show l, ll, Pep Council III.
ESTES, STEVE "GRAMPS"-Varsity
EVANS, RALPH "DEEN"-Track
Team I, III, Swim Team II, Class
EVANS, SALLY-Civinettes ll, lll,
G.A.A. Board Ill, Future Teachers
II, III, Junior Statesmen lll,
FARLEY, TOM-J.V. Football ll,
Varsity Football Ill.
FASONO, BILL-Track Team I, ll,
Ill, "B" Football Il.
FIELDS, LINDA-Girls' Glee I.
Commerce Club I, II, III, Pep
Council ll, Stunt Show III.
FITZPATRICK, MARY "FITZ" -
Civinettes Ill, Baccalaureate Lead
II, Stunt Show I, II, Ill, Dance
Recital ll, Stylus Staff Ill.
FLICKER, JUDY - Congress Il, Red
Cross Representative I, ll, Com-
merce Club III.
FLIEDNER, VICKI-Student Body
Songleader III, Junior Representa-
tive of Girls' League ll, Class
Council I, Dance Recital Il,
Civinettes Il, Ill.
FOGG, CRISTY "TIA"-Thespians
I, II, III, Congress Il, 'Junior
f- , A , : ,:. -Lalaffi-'-YI' "
Statesmen II, Fall Play III, Pep
FORCE, ELIZABETH "LlZ"-Honor
Society I, II, Congress ll, Stunt
Show Ill, Class Council Ill,
Baccalaureate Lead ll.
FORD, LINDA "LYNN"-Red Cross
Representative I, ll, Glenettes I,
II, Choralettes II, A'CappelIa.
FORBES, CARL--"B" Football I,
ll, lll, "B" Track Team I, ll, lll,
"G" Club ll, Junior Statesmen
FORTNER, BRENDA-Class Council
I, ll, Congress II, Pep Council
Secretary III, Cabinet lll, Secretary
cmd Judge of Student Court III.
FRYE, ANN-Glenettes I, ll, lll,
A'CappeIIa III, Nitroettes III,
FUSSELL, SUE-Symphonettes I, II,
Ill, Junior Prom Court II, Pep
GABELMAN, WILLIAM "BILL"-
"8" Track Team I, Il, "B" Foot-
ball II, Varsity Football Ill,
Varsity Track Team III, Class
GARDEN, SHARON -- Lyric ll, lll,
Sophomore Girls' Glee Club I.
GARMAN, RICHARD "DICK"-Pep
Council III, "B" Football I, J.V.
Baseball I, Class Council I.
GEER, JAMES - Transfer from
GEORGE, STELLA-Class Council
II, Cosmotology I, II, III.
GERKEN, GARRY-Band I, ll, lll,
"B" Football I, Il, Varsity Foot-
GILBERT, CAROL "COKE"-Latin
Club I, II, III, French Club II,
lll, G.A.A. Vice-President Ill,
Congress I, Il.
GILLEM, DENNIS "DENNY" -
Lotin Club I, II, III, R.O.T.C.
Parking Lot Detail I, II, III,
Science Club III, Drill Team I,
II, R.O.T.C. Officer Ill.
GILLERAN, ELAINE "ALPY" -
A'Cappella Ill, Choralettes II,
"G" Club lll, G.A.A. I, ll, Ill.
GILLIS, JAYNE-Commerce Club
I, lll, Girls' League Representative
GLAVA, GARY-Track Team I,
ll, lll, Class Council I, II, III,
Senior Class Yell Leader, Pep
Council I, II, Ill.
GODFREY, SHIRLEY-Girls' State
Representative II, Honor Society
i, li, iii, Latin Club ii, lll, spanish
Club i, iii, G.A.A. I, ii.
GOODMAN, SHARON-Red Cross
Representative II, Junior States-
men ll, lll, G.A.A. I, ll, III,
Spanish Club II, Future Teachers
IRDON JAMES "GORDlE" -
49ers II, III.
XSS, DONALD "DON" -
R.O.T.C. I, ll, Congress ll,
KJULD, PATRICIA "PAT"-Junior
Statesmen lll, Future Teachers Ill.
GRATIOT, LINDA - Regulated
Dv-ess Chairman of Girls' League
lll, Princess on Homecoming Court
lll, Dance Recital ll, lll, Bacca-
laureate Lead ll.
GREEN, CAROI.-Stunt Show Yell
Leader I, Cotton'n Cord Princess
I, Class Council I, II, III, Student
Court II, Student Body Song-
GREEN, SUSANNE - Philanthropic
Chairman of Girls' League I,
Princess on Homecoming Court III,
Dance Recital ll, lll, Stunt Show
II, III, Vice-President of Girls'
GREER, NANCY - Class Council
I, ii, in, civinenes ii, lll, G.A.A.
GROTH, STAN - Student Court
Ill, Key Club Ill 49ers I, Latin
Club I, Il, Junior Statesmen I, ll,
GULBRANDSON, JANET "ATLAN-
TA" - C
HAYMOND, PATRICIA "PATT"-
G.A.A. ll, Symphonettes II.
HAZE, PAT-Class Council I, Il,
Commerce Club I, Stunt Show I,
HELPHAND, RON-Tennis Team I.
HENDERSON, BONNIE-Lyric Club
HENDERSON, JOAN - G.A.A.
Board ll, Ill, Civinettes ll, lll,
Spanish Club ll, World Friend-
HENDRICKS, ANN "POKE"--Class
Council II, Girls' "G" Club Il,
lll, G.A.A. I, ll, lll, G.A.A. Yell
Leader ll, Lyric ll.
Cross Representative I.
INSLEE, REGINA "GINA"-Nitro-
ettes II, III, Nitroettes President
lll, Future Teachers I, Il, III,
Secretary of Future Teachers Ill,
G.A.A. Board III.
JACKSON, SANDRA "SANDY"-
Commerce Club I.
JANSEN, JANICE-French Club II,
III, Future Teachers II7'III, Dance
Recital II, Stunt Show I, II, III,
Honor Society I, II, Ill.
JENSEN, CAROLYN "SUSIE" -
French Club I, II, lll, Future
Teachers I, II, lll, World Friend-
ship I, ll, Scribblers IIII.
B" - J.V.
Statesmen . II, Varsity
HACKETT, Council ll,
Il, lll, GJ
Teachers I A.-Latin
Council I. ll, III.
HADIAN, lll, Future
Christian atesmen III,
ii, lll, ci . A
World Friel -G.A.A. I.
Junior Rec Club I, ll,
III. I, Scribblers
HAGAR, Cl airman III,
HAGEN, Ji IM-BULB"-
49ers III, Junior Class
Varsity Bi t Body Yell
Team II. ll.
HAMMELL, ?ERS FRED"
III, Stylus Pep Council
Chorus I, Council I,
Club ll, III , Red Cross
Future Ter ettes II, Ill,
III. III, Honor
HARK, REI 'in Club Il,
HARRIS, Di "PAT" -
Ill, Future ibblers ll,
French Clu EVE"-Class
II, III, Phil Representa-
Girls' Leo Country II,
Teachers I lll, Band I,
Talent Sho - Class
HARTMAN, is ll, Ill,
Secretary ' "G" Club
Class Cour an President
HARTMAN, ' -- Pep
Crass Cour icil ll, Swim
ll, lll, Sci
Club III, Iappella Ill,
III. Zongress II,
HARTMAN, Il, Spanish
Show I, Il - Con-
I, Congress Il, Ill, Pep
HASKELL, los I, lll,
Society I, I
Club I, ll, ' - Stunt
G.A.A. I, I, III, Com-
III. mor Society
II, III, Var - Future
League Pre Girls' "G"
"B" Football I.
HATTEBERG, DIANE "DI"-Sym-
ponettes I, II, III, Class Council
II, French Club I, Il, Ill, Pep
Council II, Congress I.
HAYDEN, JO-Glenettes I, Pep
Council ll, Regulated Dress Rep-
resentative I I I.
HULTGREN, KAY -Ylenettes i,
World Friendship I, Philanthropic
Committee of Girls' League.
HUNTER, BARBARA-Band Il, Ill.
INGRAM, JERRYANNE "JERRY"---
Commerce Club I, Il, III, Pep
Council III, Senior Tableau III,
Girls' Glee Club I, Junior Red
Club III, Honor Society I, G.A.A.
I, ll, Ill.
KNIGHT, JOHN-Swim Team I,
II, III, Congress I, II, Class
Council III, Track Team I.
KNOX, AL-"B" Football III.
ettes lll, Future Teachers II, III,
Science Club II, lll, G.A.A. I,
II, Ill, World Friendship ll.
KORZUN, DOROTHY "DOTTY"-
Class Council I, Commerce Club
I, Dance Recital II.
KREITZER, BABETTE "BABS" -
Congress I, II, Thespians II, III,
Fall and Spring Play II, III,
Baccalaureate Lead I, Orators Il,
KUMPE, BOB "JIM"-Senior Class
Vice-President, Track Team I, II,
lll, Class Council I, ll, lll, Pep
Council Il, lll, Civitan Vice-Presi-
KUNKA, LINDA "KUNK"-Stunt
Show I, G.A.A. I, Congress ll,
III, Stylus II, III.
LA CROIX, CONNIE-Pep Council
I, Il, Ill.
LANGSTAFF, TERRY "TERRANCE"
-Commerce Club I, II, III, Junior
Red Cross Representative II, III,
Stunt Show I, II, III, 60 Per Club
Il, III, Congress I, Il.
LANGTON, KAY "COOKIE" -
Cabinet lll, President of Inter-
Club Council Ill, Junior Class
Secretary I, Class Council II,
French Club II, III.
LA MORTE, TONY "WOP"-Class
Council I, Cross Country II, Track
Team II, Tableau Il, III.
LASH, CECILE "CEC" - G.A.A.
President III, Cabinet III, Girls'
League Board lll, G.A.A. Board
', ll, III, Class Council Il.
.AWRENCE, DAVE-"B" Basket-
:all I, Il, J.V. Baseball I, Il,
ilarsity Baseball III, Band I, II.
.EADLAY, LINDA - G.A.A. ll,
Regulated Dress Committee Il,
Dance Recital ll, III, French Club
III, Philanthropic Committee of
Girls' League Ill.
LE CLERQ, LEON-French Club III,
Baseball II, lll, 49ers II, III,
Science Club III, Latin Club Il.
LEECH, PEGGY "PEG"-G,A.A. II,
LEGGE, ELEANOR "ELLIE"-Social
Chairman of Girls' League II,
Junior Representative of Girls'
League ll, Pep Council I, II,
Spanish Club Il, III, A'Cappella
LEONETTE, DOROTHY "DOTTY"-
Class Council I, II, Congress I,
II, Cosmetology I, ll, III.
LIEBMAN, JACQUELYNN "JACKlE"
-G.A.A. I, Il, III, Junior States-
men Il, III, Explosion Staff II,
lll, Writers Workshop I, II, Direc-
tor of Pulicity III.
LILLIG, PEGGY "POOGlE" -
A'CappelIa lll, Lyric Club ll,
Future Teachers II, G.A.A. II, Ill.
LINDLEY, JAMES "RED" -
A'Cappella ll, lll, Men's Glee
Club I, Red Cross Representative
LISK, JAMES "JIM"-Track Team
I, II, III.
LISK, JOHN-Key Club III, Senior
Tableau III, Varsity Tennis I, II,
III, Honor Society I.
LITTLE, STEVE-Sophomore Class
President I, Class Council I, II,
lll, "B" Track ll, lll, Honor
Society I, II, "B" Football I, II,
LIVONI, NANCY - Junior Red
Representative I, Glenettes I, Il,
III. President of Glenettes III,
A' Cappella - stunt show -fall play- red cross
dance recital - class council - civinettcs - world friendship
Inter-Club Council III, Regulated
Dress Representative I,
LLOYD, JUDY 1 Philanthropic
Committee of Girls' League Ill,
Stunt Show II, Senior Tableau
Committee Ill, 60 Per Club III.
LOCKE, SUSAN 1 G.A.A. Swim
Manager ll, III, Regulated Dress
Representative Ill, Publicity Chair-
man of 60 Per Club ll, Treasury
Chairman of 60 Per Club ll,
Commerce Club ll, III.
LOCKWOOD, LINDA 1 Winning
Oratorical Speaker I, Coordina-
tor of Speech Arts II, G.A A. Yell
Leader Il, Thespians ll, Ill, Class
Council I, II,
LOEWEN, PAUL1Cross Country I,
LOGAN, GARY1Track Team II,
III, "B" Football I, ll, Ill, Latin
Club I, Science Club Ill,
LOPEZ, FRANK "PANCHO" 1
Sophomore Tableau I, Class
Council Il, Spanish Club I.
LOPEZ, JAMES "JIM"--Congress
LOPEZ, LANE1"B" Football Il,
Varsity Football III, Track Team
I, II, III, Class Council II, Ill.
LURENZEN, ALAN1"B" Football.
LOVELL, CHARLES "CHUCK" 1
Bend I, il, iii, iz.o.t.c. I, ii, iii.
LUNKLEY, CAROL "LUNK"1Cos-
motology I, ll, Ill.
LYNARD, TOM1Junior Republi-
cans III, Orators III, Varsity
Tennis I, II, III.
MACK, ROBERT "ROB"1Repre-
sentative to California Boys' State
ll, President of Latin Club III,
President of Spanish Club III,
Football I, II, Ill, California
Scholarship Federation I, II, III.
MANN, SHlRLEY1Future Teachers
Club I, Il, Ill, Symphonettes I,
II, G.A.A, I, ll, Stunt Show III,
World Friendship III.
MANSKAR, BOB "JINX"1Football
MARSHALL, MADGE "MAGGlE"1
A'CappelIa Ill, Choralettes II.
MARSHALL, RICHARD "DICK" 1
Latin Club I, Key Club Il, III,
Tennis II, Ill, Student Congress Il,
De Molay I, ll, III.
MARINA, ANTOINETTE 1 COS-
metology I, II, III.
MARTIN, HEATHER1Honor Society
I, ll, Ill, Civinettes ll, III, Class
Council I, Graduation Lead II,
Stunt Show Song Leader III.
MARVEL, BARBARA -- World
Friendship II, Spanish Club II,
"G" Club Il, G.A.A. I, ll, III.
MASON, DORIS 1 Congress III,
Latin I, Commerce Club Il.
MASON, PHIL "SMlLEY" 1 "B"
Football I, "A" Football II, Ill,
Class Council Il, "G" Club Ill.
MATTHEWS, RICHARD "RICK" --
Class Council I, II, Ill, 49ers II,
III, Vice-President Boys' League
Ill, Varsity Football III.
MATTSON, VICTORIA "VlCKI"1
Dance I, II, III, Sophomore Girls'
Glee I, Choralettes II, A'Cappella
MAYO, EDDIE1Basketball I, II.
III, Track Team I, II, III, "G"
Club II, 49ers III.
MCCARTNEY, ROUD1BancI I, II,
III, R.O,T.C. I, II, Ill.
MCCORMICK, MABEL "MAE" 1
Civinettes Ill, Commerce II, Ill,
Dance Recital II, III.
MCDERMOTT, JANET "JAN" 1
California Scholarship Federation
I, ll, III, 60 Per Club I, ll, Presi-
dent ot Ill, Civinettes Ill, Inner-
Club Council Ill, Spanish Club
MCMASTER, GREG "MAC"---Pep
MCMILLAN, DENISE "DENNY" ...
Jcnior Red Cross Representative ll,
Pep Council III, Dance Recital ll,
Fhilanthropic Committee of Girls'
.eague III, Stunt Show I, ll, III.
Mcmsicc, Mic:-inet "Muck" -
Congress l, III. Class Council II,
Varsity Basketball Il, ill, Civitan
President Ill, Junior Statesmen I,
MEAD, CAROL "EDWARDS" --
Cosmetology I, Il, Ill.
MEADOWS, ARDITH - Honor
Society II, Ili, Commerce Club II,
III, G.A.A. I, II, Ill, 60 Per Club
III, Girls' "G" Club III.
MELVIN, DIANE--Commerce Club
MENG, DEANNA1CommerCe Club
I, II, Pep Council III, Class
Council III, Girls' League Repre-
sentative II, Regulated Dress Rep-
MERIDETH, CAROL-Junior Real
Cross Representative III, Future
Teachers I, II.
METCALF, ANN 1 Girls' League
Board III, Pep Council I, Il, Class
Council I, II, Junior Statesmen lil,
Regulated Dress Representative I.
MEYER, ANGELA "ANGEL" 1
Civinettes Ill, Spanish Club Ill,
Pep Council III.
MEYER, CHARLES "BUTCH"--Trutli
Team I, Il, III, Christmas Program
MEYER, SUSAN 1 Glenettes Ill,
Civinettes Ill, Commerce Club I,
II, III, 60 Per Club III, Class
MILLER, JACQUELINE "JACKI'E"--
French Club ll, lll, Class Council
Il, Congress I, Girls' Glee Club
I, ll, III, Dance Recital Il, Ill.
MILLER, THOMAS "TOM" --
MINKOFF, NADINE 1 Regulated
Dress Representative II, Spanish
Club II, Ill, Future Teachers Il,
III, Honor Society II, Red Cross
MONSON, JOHN--J.V. Basketball
Il, Red Cross Representative I, Il,
Pep Council I, Ill.
MONTANA, ROSEMARY "ROSE"
-Director of Publicity III, Decora-
tion Choirmon of Girls' League Ii,
Class Council I, II, Tableau Chair-
man II, Prom Chairman I,
MOORE, LOUISE "CHRIS"1G.A.A.
MOORE, PENELOPE "PENNY" 1
Symphonettes I, Il, Ill, Pep
Council III, Regulated Dress Rep-
resentative III, A'Cappella III,
Junior Statesmen II.
MORIN, IRENE-A'ceppeIie iii,
Commerce Club I, II, Ill, 60 Per
Club I, Il,
MOROSI, DlANE1G,A.A, I, II,
III, Spanish Club II, Scribblers Ill,
World Friendship Club ll, Stunt
Show I, II, Ill,
MORRIS, DOROTHY DOTTI' 1
Nitroettes ll, Ill, Spanish Club Il,
III, Future Teachers III, Choral
Concert I, Christmas Program II.
MORRIS, GARY-R.O.T.C. I, ll, Ill,
MORRIS, RONALD "RON"--Latin
MORISSET, EVELYN "BABE" --
Commerce Club I, Y-Teens ll, III.
III, Future Teachers tl, III, Stunt
Show I, ll, Ill.
MORTIMER, WILLIAM "MORT"-
Swim Team I, ll, Ill, A'CappeIlo
ill, Band t, Il, Pep Council III,
Men's Glee Club II.
MOSER, BETTE--Honor Society Il,
Ill, A'CappetIa III, Civinettes III,
Spanish Club II, III, Future
MOULTON, BOB--Vanity Swim-
ming Il, ill.
MOULTON, JAMES "JIM"-"B"
Basketball I, Il, "G" Club III,
A9ers Ill, Pep Council II.
MOULTON, JOHN "JACK" 1
Spanish Club ll, III, Honor Society
I, II, Band II, III.
MOUNTFORD, JANET "JAN" 1
Class Council III, Civinettes II,
Ill, Pep Council II, III, Dance
Recital II, III, Junior Statesmen II,
MUELLER, SYLVIA "SYLVESTER"1
Commerce Club I,
MULVIHILL, OLIVIA "LlVY" 1
Congress II, French Club II, III,
Pep Council II, Latin Club II, III,
Honor Society II.
MURPHY, KATHY 1 President of
Girls' League III, Honor Society
I, II, III, Class Council I, ll, Girls'
League Board I, ll, III, Civinettes
MYLES, GAY1GirIs' League Board
III, Class Council ll, Dance Recital
II, III, Junior Statesmen III, Com-
merce Club III.
NAIMARK, DORIAN "DENA" 1
Congress I, II, 60 Per Club I, II,
III, G.A.A. I, Il, Ill, Honor Society
I, II, III.
NAREGAN, MARDITH "MARDI" 1
Class Council II, Commerce Club
I, Congress I, Il, III, Stunt Show
NASON, NORMAN "NORM" 1
"B" Football II, Ill, Civitans Ill,
Congress I, ll.
NAUMAN, ROBERT1"B" Track II,
NEISH, BONNIE 1 Class Council
I, Junior Red Cross Representative
III, Regulated Dress Representative
NEWELI., CASTLE "SKlP"--Student
Body Vice-President III, Clvitan
ill, Men's Glee Club President II,
Student Body President Ill.
NEWELL, DOUG-A-Class Council I.
Honor Society II, Latin Club I, II,
III, Science Club III.
NEWTON, GAIL "FIG" 1 Class
Council I, Il, Congress I, II, III,
Red Cross Representative I, G.A.A,
I, ll, Treasurer of Girls' League
NIELSON, ROGER1Track Team Il,
III, Men's Glee Club ll, Mixed
Chorus III, Cresendos Il, Ill.
NOE, PATRICIA "CLOVER"1Closs
Council III, G.A.A. I, Il, III, Future
Teachers Il, III, Girls' "G" Club
ii, iii, A'CappeIlo iii.
NOVAK, JOHN 'RED"1Varsity
NUCCIO, LORETTA1Chorus I, II,
Ill, Commerce Club I, ll, G.A.A.
I, II, Congress II.
NYHOLN, HAROLD 1 J V. Football
I, "B" Track I.
O'DONNELL, ROSE MAlRE1Com-
merce Club I, G.A.A. I, Stunt
Show I, Il.
OGLE, VIRGINIA "GlNNY"1Com-
merce Club I, Il, Ill, 60 Per Club
II, III, Pep Council ll.
OMARTIAN, GREGORY "TlGER"1
Latin Club I, II.
OTIS, JOHN 1 Secretary-Treasurer
49ers, 49ers I, II, III.
OWENS, PHIL-Pep Council II,
Latin Club Il, III.
PACKARD, JOEL1J.V Football II,
Varsity Baseball II, III.
PARKER, BOB--Class Council II,
Congress I, "G" Club III.
PARRETT, DENNIS--Latin Club I,
"B" Track Il, III, Stylus Staff III,
Varsity Cross Country III.
PATTERSON, FRANUS "FRANIE"
--Aczlvanced Girls' Glee Club Ill,
PARTRIDGE, STAN--Track Team I,
Swim Team II, Cross Country II,
Fall Play III.
PEIRCE, WILLIAM UGUIILERMOH
--"B" Football I, Varsity Football
C0-Captain III, Vice-President of
Pep Council ll, Congress I.
PENCE, BARBARA I-BARBH1 Presi-
dent of Civinettes III, Class
Council I, II, Ill, Senior Sang-
Ieadef for Stunt Show Ill, Gradu-
ation Lead ll, 60 Per Club II, Ill.
PEREZ, EDWARD "EDDIE" 1 Pep
Council I, Class Council II, Span-
ish Club Vice-President II.
PERRET, BOB "STUBBY"1Band I,
ll, Ill, J.V. Football II, Key Club
PERRY, EDWARD "ED"
PERRY, RUSSELL "UNCLE SPEEDYH
--Class Council I, Pep Council ll,
PFLUEGLER, NANCY JO 1 Red
Cross Representative I, II.
PHILLIPS, JUSTINE--Civinettes Ill.
Regulated Dress Committee II,
Graduation Lead Ii, Spanish Club
Ill, Honor Society l, II.
PHYPERS, JIM 1 Congress I, Il,
Symphonettes I, ll, Ill, Honor
Sbtlety I, II, III, Boys' State Rep-
resentative II, President of Key
PICKARD, DOROTHY "DORTH"1
Commerce Club l, ll, III, Junior
Statesmen II, Class Council II,
Glenertes I, G.A.A. I, II, III.
PIERNER, GEORGE--J.V. Football
II, Varsity Football III.
POMERLEAU, MARILYN 1 Junior
Statesmen Ill, Girls' Glee Club II.
PONETILLO, BILL "ONE CAN."
POPE, BARBARA1Cl'torus I, II, Ill,
POTTS, LADDIE1"B" Football I,
Varsity Football Il, III, Track
Team, I, II, "G" Club Ill, Con-
POWELL, ROBERT "BOB"1CIass
POWERS, NEIL1CICSS Council Ill,
Junior Red Cross Representative II,
III, Congress Il, III, P.T.A. Repre-
PRATA, LOU "WOP."
PRATT, VIRGINIA "JINNY" 1
World Friendship I, Glenettes I,
Christian Student Fellowship I, ll,
III, Philanthropic Committee of
Girls' League Ill,
PREIS, MARK "HALF-PRICE" 1
Latin Club ll, Ill, Science Club III,
Congress I, ll, Class Council I, ll,
PRICE, WILLIAM "PETE" 1 Key
PRIEST, RALPH1Class Council ll,
PRUDHOMME, WILLIAM "BlLL"1
Key Club II, III, Latin Club I, II,
Ill, R.O,T.C I, ll, Ill, Science Club
QUICK, SUZANNE "SUZY" 1
Christmas Program I, II, Ill,
Glenettes I, II, Class Council II,
Impressions '57 II, Stunt Show
QUINN, MICHAEL "PEA'NIUTS"1
R.O.T.C, I, ll, Ill, Rifle Team Il,
Ill. Science Club ll, Pep Council
I, II, Ill, Stylus Photographer ll,
RALPHS, JOHN 1 Civitans Il,
Junior Statesmen Ill.
RAY, BOB1Student Court Judge
III, Cabinet III, Secretary of
Civitans Il, Ill, Thespians III,
Orators I, II, III,
READ, JOHN149ers Vice-Presb
dent I, Il, Ill, Key Club Il, III,
Latin Club I, II, Congress I,
Honor Society I, II, III.
REED, DONNA "PLlERS"1Junior
Prom Princess II, Girls' League
Board II, III, G.A.A. Song and
Yell Leader ll, III, Congress I,
ll, III, Secretary of Honor Society
I, II, Ill.
RESLOCK, PATTY1G.A.A. I, Il,
Ill, French Club II, Ill.
RENSTROM, JERRY "WHITEY" 1
"B" Basketball II, III, Pep Coun-
cil I, Junior Statesmen I.
RETZLAFF, JANET1French Club
Il, III, Commerce Club ll, Ill,
Girls' "G" Club II, III, G.A.A.
I, II, III.
RHODES, TOBY1Symphonettes I,
Il, III, Class Council II, Pep
Council III, Honor Society I, II,
III, Junior Statesmen II.
RIETVELD, BILL "REET"1Science
Club ll, Spanish Club Il, Pep
RINI, CARMELITA "SUE"1G.A.A.
RIEDEL, CONSTANCE "CONNlE"
1Commerce Club I, Red Cross
RIPPEY, GAYLORD "BIP"1"B"
Basketball I, Pep Council II,
Christmas Program III.
ROBERTS, JOHN "ROBBY" 1
Winning Oratorical Speaker Ill,
Orators Vice-President III, Civi-
tons Ill, Narrator for Christmas
ROBINSON, LlNDA1Class Coun-
cil Ill, Cosmetology I, ll, III.
ROEDER, WILLIAM "BILL" 1
Congress ll, Swim Team ll,
ROMANO, FLORENCE "RENIE"1
Sophomore Class Secretary I,
Princess Cotton'n Card I, Sam
Barry Tournament Princess I,
Student Body Songleader III,
Class Council I, II, III.
RCSENBERG, MICHAEL MICKEY'
5 B" Football ll, Ill, Science
Club III, Amateur Radio Club Ill,
Science Representative to L.A.
Cc.mty Museum ll.
RCZSS JOAN 'JONl" f Class
CcJnc:l l, II, Civinettes Il, Ill,
Pep Council ll, French Club Ill,
Bc:calaureate Lead ll.
RCZST, BOB "BOBBO"-Congress
I, Ill, Commerce Club Ill, Student
Bcnk Ill, Business Administration
RCTH, DIXIE-Pep Council I, ll,
Girls' League Board ll, Congress
Ill, G.A.A. I, Class Council ll,
RCYCE, MELINDA "BOD"-Girls'
'CEU Club President III, Honor
Society I, ll, Ill, A'Cappella III,
Ci.inettes III, Spanish Club II,
RLIBIN, JUDY-Commerce Club I,
ll, Ill, Pep Council III, 60 Per
ClJb ll, Senior Tableau lll.
RLDEL, SANDRA NSANDIH --
Junior Red Cross Representative
II, Commerce Club I, Congress II,
Ill, Stunt Show lll.
RUF, TONY 1
RLSSO, ROBERT "BOD" i J.V.
Baseball I, Varsity Baseball Il.
SACKETT, WAYNE-Class Council
Il, Track Team I, ll, Ill,
SANIDERS, BETTY JO "B, J." -
Pep Council l, ll, III, Card Stunt
Clczirman Ill, Class Council ll,
Ciuinettes Il, III, Graduation Lead
SPWYER, DlANE7Class Council
I, Spanish Club ll, G.A.A. I, Il,
III, Future Teachers lll.
SAWYER, SHARON-G.A.A, I, II,
Ill Latin Club Il, Ill, 60 Per
Club II, III.
SCI-IAACK, JO ANNE "JO" --
G.A.A. I, II, Ill, Future Teachers
lll. Junior Statesmen ll.
SC-IALLER, DRUCILLE "DRUE" ---
Cc'nmerce Club l, Regulated
Dress Representative Il, Future
Teachers ll, Stunt Show lll.
SC-IMITT, .IIM4Symphonettes III,
Bcnd Ill, Transfer from West
View High School, Pennsylvania.
"EZHNEPPY" 7 Regulated Dress
SC-IARER, NANCY-Junior Red
Cross Representative I, Dance
Recital ll, Ill, Stunt Show I, II,
Cc'nmerce Club lll.
SCI-INERINGER, PAUL 1 HUDOY
Society I, ll, Cross Country II, III.
SC-IOLTE, PEGGY "TI-IE DUTCH
Gl?l."1G.A.A. Ill, World Friend-
shp III, Science Club III.
SCHUH, VALERIE "VAL"fGradu-
ation Lead II, Civinettes ll, III,
Stunt Show I, II, Ill, Senior An-
nouncement Committee III, Card
Stunt Committee lll.
SCRIBNER, LYNN - Junior Class
Vi:e-President Il, Senior Class
Treasurer Ill, French Club ll, III,
Clcss Council I, G.A.A. II.
SE KAVA, NANCI-Class Council
I, II, III, Junior Statesmen I,
G.A.A, I, II, III, Congress I, Pep
SE,MAN, CECIL-Varsity Football
Ill "B" Football I, ll, Stylus ll,
III Explosion Ill.
SHARP, ROY--.l.V. Football Il,
Varsity Football III.
SHAW, DONNA-GAA. I, Com-
merce Club I, ll,
SHAW, PATRICIA PAT" -- Com-
merce Club III,
SHIDELER, MARTHA "JAY" -
Latin Club I, ll, III, French Club
Il, III, Science Club Ill, Explosion
Sports Editor ll, G.A.A. I, II, III.
SHOCHAT, EMILY 'EMY" 1 Class
Council I, III, Symphonettes I, ll.
Honor Society President Ill,
French Club President I, ll, Ill,
American Field Service Exchange
SHOOP, BARRY "TAMMY" 4
Football ll, III.
SHUCK, SANDRA 'SANDEE' 4
SHULTICE, BEVERLEY "BEV" -
Christian Student Fellowship Ill,
Science Club III.
SIGLER, RHODA -- G.A.A, ll, III
Congress III, Class Council III,
Regulated Dress Committee Il.
SILL, SANDRA "SANDY"--Future
Teachers I, Ii, World Friendship
II, Ill, Spanish Club III, Pep
Council Ill, Stunt Show I, Il, lll.
SILVER, RICHARD "LONG JOHN"
-- "B" Football I, Ii, Varsity
Football Ill, Track Team I, II.
SIMPSON, GREG -- 49ers Ill,
Swim Team Il.
SIPPLE, JOHN -- Student Body
Head Yell Leader III, President of
Pep Council III, Key Club Il, Pep
Council III, 49ers I.
SISSON, NANCY--Honor Society
I, II, Ill, Future Teachers III,
A'CappeIla Secretary III.
SKAGGS, WAYNEf49ers I, P.A.
Crew Chief Ill, Pep Council II,
"B" Football I.
SLINEY, MARTHA "MARTY" -
French Club II, III, Lyric ll,
Future Teachers ll, III.
siocuivi, BETTY-Student Body
Secretary III, Future Teachers
President III, Class Council II,
Honor Society II, Ill, Baccalaure-
ate Lead ll.
SOURS, MARTIN "MARTY"--Ex-
plosion IV, Civitans IV, French
Club IV, Varsity Swimming.
SMITH, CHARLES - 49ers I, Il,
Latin Club II, Science Club III,
Varsity Football III, Track Team
SMITH, DAVID "DAVE" - Key
Club I, II, III, A'CappeIIa II, III,
Latin Club I, II, Ill, Honor Society
I, ll, Orators Ill.
SMITH, LAURA--A'CappeIla Ill,
III, Glenettes II, III,
GAA. I, ll, Ili, Latin Club I, ll.
SMITH, RON-Varsity Basketball
II, Ill, Track Team ll, Baseball
SMITH, SUSAN-Class Council I,
Il, III, Sophomore Class Treasurer
I, CoIton'n Cord Princess I,
G.A.A. I, ll, Senior Class Secre-
SMULLEN, DON 7
SNYDER, SUZANNE "SUE" -
GA A. I, II III, Girls' G' Club
Ill, Civinettes Ill Philanthropic
Committee of Girls' League III,
SORIANO, EVANGELINE - Class
SPARROW, TOM 4 Senior Class
President III, Cabinet III, Con-
gress I, ll, Class Council I, II,
Ill, "B" Track I, ll, lll.
SPECK, PAULINE "ANNIE OAK-
LEY" f G.A.A, III.
SPILGER, URSULA "URS"fI-Ionor
Society I, Il, Ill, Civinettes Ill,
Pep Council II, GAA. Board lll.
Spanish Club III,
SPONG, JANICE-Honor Society
I, II, Symphonettes I, II, Future
Teachers ll, Civinettes III, Span-
ish Club lll.
SODOMA, DONNA "SOD" -
Regulated Dress Committee I,
Writers Workshop I, II, Explosion
Il, III, Dance Recital II, Ill,
Editor-in-Chief of Explosion III.
STADLER, Blli -- Congress I, ll,
Football Il, Honor Society I, II,
Civitans III, 49ers I, ll.
STADLER, RONNIE "RON"-"C"
STALEY, SANDRA "SANDY" -
Symphonettes I, Ii, Ill, G.A.A. I,
li, III, Honor Society I, ll, III,
Future Teachers III, Stunt Show
STANIEC, GLORIA -- Commerce
Club I, Il, III, 60 Per Club II,
III, G.A.A. I, Il, III, Pep Council
I, Stunt Show ll.
STARR, SHIRLEY-World Friend-
ship Secretary Ili, G,A.A. Il, III,
Spanish Club II, Explosion Stuff
III, Future Teachers Ii.
STEWART, JOHN-Junior States-
men I, III, Swim Team II, III,
Spanish Club I, Stylus Cover De-
STEWART, TIMOTHY "TIM" --
Latin Club ll, R.O.T.C. I, II.
STOWELL, BARBARA "BARS" --
Dance Recital II, lil, Junior
Statesman III, G.A.A. I, Regu-
lated Dress Representative I, II.
STUBBLEFIELD, DIANE "5TUBBY"
-- Junior Class Treasurer II,
Honor Society ll, President of
American Field Service Com-
mittee Ili, Class Council I, II,
Civinettes II, III.
STYS, SHARIE-Congress I, Honor
Society ll, III, Junior Statesman
II, Ill, Pep Council Il.
SULLIVAN, .IOAN - Commerce
Club III, Class Council II.
SWAIN, GAII.-Track Team I.
Society I, Congress Ill, Junior
Statesmen I, ll, III, Student Court
TALIAFERRO, CHERYL 1 Future
Teachers ll, Dance Recital ll, III,
'Vl" -- Stunt
Pep Council Ill, Co-ordinator of
Fine Arts Ill, Princess of Som
Barry Tournament I.
TEMPLE, LINDA--Class Council II.
Nitroettes Il, Regulated Dress
TERKLA, CHERIE "SQUAKIE" -
Symphonettes Ill, Latin Club I,
THANAWALLA, NAZEEN "NAZ"
-American Field Service Com-
mittee III, World Friendship III,
Orators III, American Field Ser-
vice Student frcm Pakistan Ill.
THERRIEN, ROBERT "BOB" 1
French Club I, Swim Team ll, lll.
THOMAS, DONNA "DONNIE"-
GAA I Commerce Club I, III,
Glenettes I, III, Class Council Ill,
THOMPSON, BONNIE HSASSA-
FRASM - Commerce Club I, II,
Ill, G.A.A. I.
THOMPSON, JILL-Class Council
I, Il, III, Thespran Treasurer Ill,
Commerce Club Ill, Spring Play
Il, Fall Play lll.
TODD, GLYNNE - Sophomore
Chorus I, Choralletres ll, A'Cap-
pella Ill, Scribblers I.
TUCKER, JULIE TUCKH - Con-
gress ll, World Friendship Treas-
urer II, Junior Statesmen ll, lll,
Stunt Show l, ll, Ill, Pep Council
TUCKER, ROGER-Track Team I,
ll, Ill, Football I.
TURNER, RONNIE-Pep Council I,
Civitans I, ll, Track Team I, ll,
TUNNELL, LAURIE-G.A.A. I, ll,
III, Regulated Dress Committee II,
Ill, Latin Club I, II, III.
TYLER, DONALD "DON"-Track
Team I, II, III, Pep Council I, III,
Congress II, III, Class Council ll,
III, Civitans III.
UHL, DONALD "DON" - Cross
Country I, II, III, "C" Track II,
"B" Track Ili, "G" Club II, III,
Cross Country Cclpictirl III. I
UTECH, NANCY -- Senior Repre-
sentative of GITIS' Leng-ue III,
G.A.A. Board II, Iunior Statesmen
Secretary II, CICISS Council I,
Girls' League President III,
VAN WIE, PAMELA "PAM" --
Congress Ill, Class Council Il,
Pep Council ll, Civinettes II, Ill,
Graduation Lead ll.
VAN WORMER, KEN--R.0.T.C. I,
ll, III, Drill Team III.
VERNON, ALAN--.I.V. Baseball I.
VICEK, WILLIAM "BILL"-Class
VORALIK, DAVID "DAVE"-Band
I, ll, ill.
WAGNER, JUDITH "JUDY" --
A'Cappella Ill, Nitroettes II,
Junior Red Cross II, Representa-
tive Il, World Friendship III, Cos-
metology I, Il, III.
WAITE, DWIGHT "CHARLIE" --
Class Council III, "B" Football I,
"C" Track I, Congress I, Il, Presi-
dent of Bowling Club I.
WALBERG, KEITH--Class Council
I, II, Ill, Congress II.
WALSH, DON--49ers I, Il, III,
Band I, Il, III, Track Team I, II,
Band Council III.
WALTON,, JAMES "WALNUT" --
"B" Football I, Stylus Photo-
grapher II, III, 49ers I, II.
WATICINS, LINDA "WASKII" --
Regulated Dress Representative I,
Class Council Il, Congress III,
Stunt Show I, II, Ill, Red Cross
WARD, RUTH-Latin Club I, II,
III, Honor Society I, Il, Ill, Sopho-
more Chorus I.
WEAT, DON "BIG LUKE"-Van
sity Baseball III, J,V. Baseball
ll, Varsity Football lll, Varsity
WERTIN, JOHN - Science Club
President Ill, Congress Ill, Honor
Society I, ll, III, Latin Club I,
II, III, Junior Statesrnen Ill.
WESTERN, DAVID "DAVE"-Track
WESTON, JUDITH "JUDY" 1
Honor Society I, French Club II,
III, Cxvinettes III, Junior States-
men II, III, Stunt Show I, II, lll.
WHEELOCK, MARY 4 Christian
Student Fellowship I, ll, Ill,
Future Teachers Ill,
WHITLEY, SHARON-fJunior Class
Songleader ll, Senior Stunt Show
Songleader III, Class Council II,
A'Cappella Ill, Stunt Show I, Il,
WIESJOHN, CAROL - Fulure
Teachers I, Ill, Nitroettes II.
WIESLEY, CLAIRE - Regulated
Dress Committee Il, Class Council
III, Pep Council ll, Stunt Show
I, ll, lll.
WILKINSON, CAROL HSHORTYH-
Lyric ll, Stunt Show III,
WILLIAMS, LINDAiClass Council
I, Spanish Club Ill, Honor Society
I, II, III, Red Cross Representa-
tive I, Dance Recital Il.
WILLIAMS, ROGER "ROG" -
Varsity Baseball II, Ili, Track
WILLIAMS, RONALEE "RONl" --
Class Council I, Ill, Junior States-
Ihen ll, Ill, Civlrtettes ll, Ill,
Spanish Club Il, Ill, Baccalaure-
ma Lead II.
WILLIAMSON, DENNIS "DENNY"
---Audio-Visiual I, III, P,A. Crew
WILSON, SUSANNE - Commerce
Club Ill, Stunt Show III, Future
Teachers I, World Friendship Ill.
WILSON, MARSHA-Class Coun-
cil II, French Club II, III, Orators
II, III, Regulated Dress Committee
III, G.A.A., I, ll.
WINBIGLER, GAIL-G.A,A. Board
III, Honor Society I, II, III,
American Field Service Student
Committee III, Philanthropic Vice-
Pfesiclent Il, Secretary ll, G,A.A,
I, Il, lll.
WOLFE, DIANNE "DEE DEE" -
Lyric Club I, ll, Orators Ill, Stylus
WOODBURN, KATHLEEN "KATHY"
--Dance Recital II, III, Girls'
ledgue Philanthropic Committee
I, Il, III, Red Cross Representative
I, Stunt Show I, II.
WRIGHT, TRUDY-Pep Council II,
Ill, Commerce Club, Class Council
I, Stunt Show Ill, Lyric Club lll.
YOUNG, KENNETH-Key Club ll,
YOUNG, MIKE - "G" Club III,
Varsity Football Il, III.
YOUNGER, CAROLYN "MANDlE"
--Stylus Editor III, Dance Recital
II, III, Spring Play I, French Club
III, Pep Council ll, Ill.
YUKL, GARY - Key Club Ill,
Honor Society I, Junior Statesmen
II, Ill, Senior Tableau Committee
ZYWCZOK, HELEN+Class Council
II, Commerce Club II, Lyric Club
III, Chorus Il.
Stylus Staff - g.a.a. - future teachers - "g" club
-me - -.-as--, .P-,Y-,.,.., pw-Y-7 Y ,Y
Abbott, Linda--19, 80, 83
Adile, Camille-74, 92
Ahlers, Carolyn-145, 146
Alisch, Geebie-77, 80, 93
Alvarez, Henry--87, 110
Amelsberg, Jon-18, 21, BO,
Anderson, Dave-1 10
Anderson, Judy-87, 92
Anderson, Larry-52, 82
Anderson, Mary Sue-97
Anderson, Penny-21, 80
Angelica, Robbin494, 83
Arendale, Sharon-81, 94,
Arnds, Linda-48, 49, 77,
Ashcroft, Gail-19, 34
Atsinger, Nancy-18, 41, 42,
Austin, Diane-85, 97, 98
Bohr, Audrey-85, 89
Baker, Marilyn--50, 97
Baker, Mary-50, 88, 87, 144
Baldwin, Sandy-84, 85, 89,
Bame, Dave-111, 130
Barlow, Sue-15, 25, 52, 63,
Barnes, Carol-84, 93
Barondess, Sandra-80, 93,
Barrick, Ray-110, 130
Bartlett, Barbie-93, 146
Bough, Jim-55, 80, 97
Baughmon, Vicki-B9, 93,
Beach, Sandy-21, 84
Beatte, George-19, 78, 114
Beatty, Charles-19, 88, 130
Beck, Doni15, 17, 18,21
44, 52, 53, 63, 97, 104,
106, 114, 115
Beckett, David-21, 57, 135,
Beckett, Paul-19, 21, 42,
43, 83, 135
Beckman, Jacki+143, 146
Begley, Karen-81, 143
Bell, Jim-97, 105, 106
Bentley, Pam-20, 42, 43,
53, 62, 81, 56
Bergeron, Elza-45, 77
Berghuis, Mary-85, 146, 93
Berkon, Ronald-88, 137
Berman, Dena-53, 92
Bernard, Barbara-84, 85
Bertin, Gail-83, 143
Berton, Julie-53, 83, 145
Biaggi, Sue-20, 53, 82
Bice, Tim--105, 106
Billingsley, Judy--85, 97
Bishop, Pat-21, 92
Bison, Steve-114, 116
Blackstone, Sue-21, 94
Blackwell, Marilyn-93, 94
Blanchard, Ricky-16, 52, 102
Blanchard, Sterling-81, 93,
Blue, Carolyn-81, 97
Boehm, Ida-87, 89
Bogart, Dorothy-51, 57, 87
Bohn, Marilyn-19, 21, 61
Bond, Roger-86, 130
Bonetto, Tom-80, 128
Bonnar, Ann-85, 97
Borkland, Bill-21, 71, 81
Bottrell, Barry-64, 80, 105,
Bowers, Mary-41, 88
Bozza, Charles-97, 138
Bradford, Julie-19, 76, 94
Brann, Laurie-93, 94
Bratcher, Gary-1 1 1
Brennan, John-47, 105, 106
Briggs, Tam-50, 88, 105,
Briley, Pam-21, 53, 83, 84
Brooks, Jerry-50, 93
Broom, Bette-85, 93, 89,
142, 143, 145
Brostotf, Bill-18, 34, 37, 80
Brown, John-50, 97
Brown, Laurie-46, 93, 145
Brown, Muriel-40, 50, 143
Brutsch, Gary-20, 21
Bunch, Loretta-97, 98
Burke, Sharon-75, 99
Burleson, Bonnie-18, 80
Burnap, Don-37, 92
Burt, Cal-81, 87
Burtness, Bonnie-85, 87
Burton, Joy-83, 93
Byers, Pat--97, 98, 144
Caddick, Tom-45, 86
Campbell, Corinne-55, 70,
Carlson, Judy-84, 85, 94
Carnaveli, Pat-105, 106
Carney, Steve-19, 83
Carr, Cathie-21, 45
ee, wee.,-n--,,-e,,,. ,eww
Caselles, Jack-20, 57, 105,
Cass, Judy-84, 99
Castero, Sylvia-31, 71 , 97
Castlen, Margie-85, 89
Chaffee, Marilyn-93, 97, 98
Chenoweth, Steve-21, 80,
Chew, Alice-77, 93
Chiles, Carolyn-84, 146
Cicone, Vince-21, 83
Clark, Susie--21, 97, 98
Clark, Tom-50, 88
Clement, Sam-50, 110, 130
Clemmons, Gretchen-76, 77,
ao, 93, 142, 145
Cohron, Jettie Sue-86, 87,
son, Sue+86, 81, 89
Coleman, Judy-93, 180
Collett, Waym+93, 133
Combs, Benny-53, 118
Comstock, Judy-93, 89, 98
Conner, Anne-74, 94
Conner, Shirley-19, 81
Cook, Bonnie-15, 16, 19,
52, 53, 70
Coons, Harold-21, 47, 111
Cope, John-50, B8
Copeland, Carolyn-19, 55,
Cornell, Rolla--20, 130
Crippon, Gary-80, 130
Criddle, Candy-82, 84, 97
Crosetti, John-105, 106
Kathy--50, 88, 144
son, Sandy-20, 62,
Cunningham, Leon-97, 130
1 1 1
Roger-45, 53, 86,
Danforth, Jim-37, 92, 94
Daniels, Bruce-93, 135
D'Arc, Christina?-19, 36, 88,
Dart, Judy-80, 87
Davis, Lynne-19, 63, 94
Dawson, Bill-14, 18, 36,
37, 51, 52, 53, 70, 82,
133, 159, 177
Day, Ken-50, 88
Dedo, Donna-74, 75
rt, Katherine-72 , B7
o, Milo-45, 57, 83,
DeMarco, Sal-52, 80, 82, 83
de los Reyes, Mary Jo--73, 84
Del Monte, Jocey-19, 167
De Moss, Robert-137, 138
Denny, Dick-16, 44, 49, 52,
DiMarca, Sal-97, 133
DiTullio, Louise-37, 50, 75,
80, 85, 88, 89
Dominick, Pat-64, 85
Dooley, John-50, 110
Dose, Tom-81, 114, 116
Doty, Cora-19, 31, 146
Dull, Glady-82, 143, 146
Dundas, Pat-80, 87, 98
Dunn, Melinda-21, 52, 53,
Dunn, Sandy-93, 97
Dunsmoor, Laurie-21, 53,
Durley, Linda-81, 142
Dyck, Sandy-83, 93, 94, 144
Eastburn, Dick-81, 50
Eastman, Ron-50, 88
Edie, Cecile-83, 87
Edwards, Elizabeth-21, 87, 55
Elison, Tom--62, 94
Elliot, Tami--183, 94
Englehardt, Pat-92, 144
Evans, Sally-87, 142
Evans, Tamara-21, 83, 146
Farley, Tom-105, 106
Farnsworth, Bob-111, 130
Farris, Janet-B8, 146
Feland, Bob-50, 110
Ferona, Joanne-51, 85
Fitzpatrick, Mary-70, 73, 80
Flegal, Judy-19, 41
Fliedner, Vicki-80, 102
Foley, Don-50, 71, 88
Ford, Jerry-87, 97, 130
Fortner, Brenda-16, 18, 21,
Freebairn, Penne-70, 73, 81,
French, Emma Lou-'19, 92,
Frye, Ann-83, 87, 97, 98
Fuchs, A. W.-88
Furrer, Christine-75, 95, 143,
Fussell, Sue-88, 89
Gablemon, Bill-97, 104, 106,
Galindo, Louise-87, 92
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Gates, Larry-1 1 1
Geboe, Charlotte-87, 92
Gecse, Honey-50, 88
George, Carlisle-19, 81, 92,
Gerkin, Barry-50, 106
Ghiggia, Dennis-97, 110
Gilbert, Carol-93, 94, 142
Gilbert, Marilyn-84, '144
Gilleran, Elaine-25, 87
Gillum, Dennis-93, 138, 139
Glaser, John-50, 93
Glastre, Linda-93, 144
Godfrey, Shirley-36, 93
Goeller, Nancy--85, 98, 144
Gomes, Harriet-97, 143
Goodemoot, Janice-21, 42,
Goodman, Sharon-83, 94,
Goss, Don-84, 87
Gould, Pat-93, 99
Gould, sian-a7, 89
Graff, Mary Ellen-86
Graham, Ricky-55, 81
Gratiot, Linda-18, 48, 76,
80, 87, 94, 153
Green, Carol-18, 34, 102
Green, Cindy-84, 93, 97
Green, Susie-40, 48, 49,
76, 77, 153
Groth, Stan-21, 81
Grubb, Linda-51, 86
Gulbrandson, Janet-18, 80
Haas, Charlene-82, 88, 93,
Hadian, Barbara-81, 88
Hafenfeld, Stan-21, 86, 93
Hagen, Don-20, 21, 42, 43,
53, 118, 128
Hagen, John-18, 24
Hahn, Gary-118, 119
Hall, Mary-92, 94
Hanley, Tom-84, 87
Harris, David-92, 97
Harris, Tim--88, 134
Hartley, Booth-20, 134
Hartman, Bill--37, 92, 93, 94
Hartman, Lois-93, 95
Haskell, Donalee-94, 179
Haskin, Miles-14, 16, 18,
52, 63, 78, 97, 104, 106
Hassler, Andrea-72, 94
Hrmeberg, Diane-gg, 89 K ino, Susan ' Moulton, Jack-50 Pierso , Valerie-97, 99
Hayes, John-80, 105, 106, aide, Dom -71 Marks, Dan- Mountford, Janet-18, 80, 83 Pi , Bonnie-80
109 Kaidel Sho, n 9 Marsh II, dlan e-18 1 2 uhieman, Karen 6 145 irie, Steve-111
Haymond, Patti-88 K Ye Jim 75 1 146 Mars a , Linda 92, ulder, Lynd - N Pledge, Lloyd-21
Haynes, Jah 97, 128 ,ings ,Y-84 alI.N10d e . 87 Manger, Vir ' --83, 99 XL alla , Ann-53,
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Howto I J -e Lmson' Beverly- , 77 Merci 1 age,-50 Olson, Janice-97 r Reyn als, eslle-93, 143
Howell, R e 18, 128 Lash, Ceclle- , 52, 76, 8 , M is 1 Cami-81 I Olson, Steve-133 Rhe , D ty-19
1-lay, Lin -19, 61, 84, 146 87, 142 ries, Jackie 6, 92 Offhr fl-70 F11 59 TOFJY-83
Hubner' Sonia-19, 2 L ur' sen, Barbara erz' Keiiyi 0 Osela , To 1 86 R ot , Phil-73
Hudson, Gary- ,. Ov F. PiClt0fd-'5 9 Messmer, ar - O115' 0 7 1 ' 15111511-71
Hudson, or en--93, 144 Lav ni, Nancy Meicaif A I 176' 77 l . Ce-20. 53 1 995. Sandra-92. 97
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106, 123 e Ierq, Leon-94 M I Camille 9, P l?iSif19. NSISOH-21. 78, 80.
Hugo, Ma ll Le Clefq. Val-13 Meyers, I 9- Pacheco, Sylvia-21, 82 1 110
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Hunter. Bflfbclfu 5 l-905013 Y-82' 93. 144 Millius, ene-93, 145 Pappas, Michele-93 Robensl D9'111c1'87
Hunter. Chcrlott LSNYZSW Penny-143 Millard, Mike-84 Parish, Sharon-92 Rolgfhewf. Brenda-19. 63.
90f1G"Cl. Jlldie'-735 Miller, Jackie 84, Parker, Bob-128
I Liddell, Bob-93 Miller, Joel-21, 7.50, 81, Parker, Jill-62, si, 93 R9binS9f1.J9hf1-16. 18. 42.
lmus, aret-97 I1 Liddell, Mike-135 88 Parker' NcnCY,97 43. 45, 51, 52, 80, 82,
lf1SlS9. 1399100-93. 93. Liebersbach. Jerry-93 Minkin, Sheila-21, 53, 70 Parkhouse, Janie-62 155. 159
l-l9bm0n. Jafkle'-161 75. Minkotf, Nadine--93, 94 Parrett, Dennis-72, 134 R99ef5- C9""'9d"71
J 145 Mistretta, Deanne-82 Parson, Sharon-61, 145 Romano Re1'1'eQ18f 81- 102
Jackson, Robin , 81 Lillie. Peggy-87. 143 Miichell, Jaaly-75 Parr, Fred-18 ROHCOHI. DOHHO-98
Jacoby, Sand 1 3 Llndbefgi Kufhleen-84 Mitten, Jerry-19 Passler, Naomi-14 R001"eYi Maufeen'-97
Jaissle, Judy 85 Undef. Linda-20 Mitton, Pauline-20 Patterson, Frances-85 Rosenberg' M'C15eY-111i 137
Jalberf, Ro rQ2 . 70
Jedynick, Harvey-21, 1 10
Jencks, Bill--14, 17, 19, 43,
48, 64. 80, 103,104, 106,
Jentink, Mary Jane-55, 85,
Johnson, Bob-44, 102
Johnson, Carolyn-80, 142
Johnson, Janet-72, 98
Johnson, Pat-84. 146
Johnson, Revo-27, 82, 92,
Jones, Bruce--14, 17, 30.
42, 43, 45, 52
Jordan, Carole-86, 97
Jordan, Joanell-20, 53
Lindstedt, June-85, 89
Lipp, Rickie-51, 84
Little, Steve-18, 52, 80, 97
Locke, Kathy-21, 73
Locke, Sue-92, 142, 143
Lockwood, Linda-80, 83.
Logan, Gary-50, 111
Lopez, Lane-18, 106
Lozanc, Phil--104, 106, 109
Mac Author, Jeanette-51
Mack, Bob-36, 83, 93, 94.
Maddux, Jim-86, 130
Mann, Shirley-93, 95
Manskar, Bob-105, 106, 109
Moen, Keith--45, 53, 62, 86
Mohr, Margaret-70, 73
Montana, Kathy-61, 64
Montana, Rosemary-15, 19
Moolenyzer, Penny-83, 86,
Moore, Darlene-93, 143
Moore, Penny-41, 87, 88
Moran, Marina-92, 143
Morgan, Donna-87, 89, 97
Morgan, Kaleta-57, 83, 94
Morin, Irene-87, 92
Morris, Dottie-93, 94, 99
Morris, Penny-80, 84, 85
Mortimer, Bill-87, 134
Moser, Betty-80, 87, 94,
Mothershed, Joyce-20, 76,
77, 62, 84
Moulder, Jeri-81, 93
Paul, Jaynne-41, 45, 51,
53, 62, 82, 84
Paulson, Robin-55, 64, 87,
Pederson, Karen-21, 92
Pence, Barbara-37, 80, 92,
Penland, Bob--15, 16, 21,
80, 138, 139
Penny, Beth Ann-85
Peter, Diane-50, 88
Peterson, Bob-81, 94
Peterson, Harold-81, 133
Peterson, Shirley-84, 97
Pfietfer, Sue--19, 145
Pflueger, Donna Kay-86, 89
Phillips, Barbara-27, 144
Phillips, Justine-80, 94
Phypers, Ann-50, 88
Phypers, Jirn-36, 37, 50,
75, 81, 83. 89, 93
Pierce, Bill-47, 48, 63, 105,
Pierce, Mike-51, 87, 89
Pierner, George--104, 106
Rost, Robert-21, 70, 83
Rouse, Stan-94, 97, 138
Royce, Melinda--87, 94, 142,
Rudolph, Rocky-21, 135
Ruftrier, Bob-86, 118, 130
Rusch, Peter-21, 30, 36, 45,
57, SO, 93, 94, 135
Russell, Adrienne-20, 53,
Sanders, Betty Jo-80
Sauer, Linda-20, 62
Saylor, Steve-93, 135
Schaak, Jo Ann-93
Schirmer, Don-21, 86, 135
Schmidt, Roy-74, 118
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Schnider Bryna 83
Schootz Tony 84
Gloria 35 5
Stys, Sherie-80, 81
I ' I - 1 ' - . 3 Sturgeon, Linda-21
Schroeder, Carol-143, 144
Schroeder, Susie-50, 97, 88
Schuh, Valerie-21, 80
Schumann, Rona-20, 143
Schurman, Irene-97, 144
Schwartz, Cary-20, 62, 118,
Scribner, .ludy-19, 77, 94
Scribner, Lynn-18, 94
Seabold, Tom-14, 17, 20,
Seubury, Gail-19, 21, 92,
93, 99, 146
Se Kava, Nancy, 18
Selman, Cecil-37, 72, 75,
Sherwood, Tom-20, 135
Shideler, Jane-92, 93
Shields, Kathy-82, 93
Shochat, Emily-18, 36, 37,
Shurtz, Tom-21, 110
Silver, Richard-105, 106
Slmila, Dennis-78, 128
Simpson, Bob-88, 110
S1pple,John-15, 44, 49, 52,
102, 1 1 1
Sisson, Nancy-51, 87, 93
Skaggs, Wayne-37, 71
Skeele, Jeenie-40, 143
Skinner, Jeri-93, 94, 99
Skursch, Linda-81, 143, 146
Slocum, Betty-15, 52, 80,
37, 92, 93, 145
Smith, Burt-115, 116
Smith, David-81, 87
Smith, Laura-51, 87, 97
Smith, Laurie-84, 87
Smith, Lynda-81, 97, 143
Smith, Ron-84, 113, 114,
1 15, 1 16, 1 17
Smith, Stanton-84, 87
Smith, Torrey--71, 83
Suter, Tom-31, 71
Sutherland, Darrell-1 15, 1 16,
Szidak, Stu-21, 52, 81, 83
Taliaferro, Cheryl-16, 52
Althauser, Robert-27, 51,
Anderson, Lucille-30, 61
Anderson, Reese-26, 111
Andrews, Ted-13, 24, 26,
106, 134, 135
Arranaga, Leo-26, 47, 1 11
Balzer, Eldred-27, 50, 57,
Beck, Harry-12, 54
Beck, Naomi-30, 81
Beers, Ruth L.-10
Bundick, George-25, 92
Buonoguidi, Aido-29, 44,
Campbell, Margaret-26, 67,
Canady, Barbarai32, 93
Carruth, Ruth-32, 93
Castlen, Phillip-24, 25
Chapman, Nyla--13, 24
Snook, Everett-1 10
Snyder, Sally-20, 21
Sodoma, Donna-52, 74
Sonntag, 'Connie-19, 40, 45,
Sours, Marty-57, 74, 75, 80,
Sparrow, Tom-14, 17, 18,
43, 47, 63, 80, 97, 111
Spelgatti, Carole-53, 73,
Spilger, Ursula-80, 94, 142,
Spong, Janice--41, 84, 94,
Stadler, Joyce-81, 85, 98,
Stadler, Shirley-53, 85
Stahl, Eileen-93, 97, 143,
Stainenger, Karen-93, 95
Staley, Sandra-41, 88, 144
Starr, Shirley-144, 75, 95
Stewart, John-37, 34, 73,
Stine, Trina-21, 55, 94
Stoddard, Lewis-44, 78, 115,
Stoeckel, Mary-80, 90, 144
Stokes, Heath-83, 98, 143
Stovall, Guenilla-143, 144
Stover, Bob-93, 94, 50
Straton, Jim-45, 62
Streetmaker, John-110, 1 5
Strever, Sidney-20, 21, 9
Stringer, Doug-21, 118, 1 WF
Stromberg, Kaye--51, 85
Stubblefield, Diane-36, 80, 95
Crandall, Esther-27, 57
Day, Jeanette-31, 92
Davis, Richard-26, 44
DeMandel, Ranier--26, 135
Eckerson, Olive-32, 82
Edwards, Phyllis-25, 66
Elkin, N. B.-33
gallagher, Gerald-30, 95
Gansz, Mabel-24, 53
Garrett, Elsie-30, 61
Gelsinger, Bill-26, 44, 64,
Gibson, David-30, 51, 57,
67, 71, 86
Golder, Donald-11, 66
Gooriian, Ed-26, 118
Graham, Dudley-19, 31, 66,
Graham, William-28, 67, 72
Grant, Murry-20, 24, 28, 53, 62
Temple, Ken-50, 57, 105,
106, 108, 128
Tench, Carol Jean-83, 85,
Tettleton, Sue-86, 97
Thompson, Barbara-21, 94
Thompson, Pam-81, 93, 145
Thurgood, Carol-57, 82
Todd, Glynne-51, 87
Tomlin, Dianne-50, 88, 98
Treneer, Eddylou-21, 143
Treptow, Don-50, 85, 88
Tucker, Juli?25, 83, 145
Tugby, D. J,-21, 50, 80, 88,
Van Wie, Pam-21, 70, 80
Van Warmer, Ken-138, 139
Ver West, Carol-83
vezie, Tim-44, 115, 116,
Vold, Bonnie-21, 143, 146
Wagner, Jo Lee-19
Waite, Barbara-21, 83, 93,
Waite, Dwight-18, 21
Waldron, Gloria-19, 167
Waters, Kathy-19, 40, 76,
Watson, Ruth-50, 88
Weaver, Sharon-84, 89
Webb, Dick-36, 52, 82, 84.
Webber, Tom-55, 83
Weeks, John-105, 106
Weeshoff, Larry-44, 114,
1 16, 1 13
Wellman, Michael-20, 21,
Wells, Layne-53, 21, 86
Tyler, Don-18, 21, 80
Utech, Nancy-17, 40, 76,
Van Dyke, JIYYI-181
Van Fleet Kay-92
Vanderbyle, I Joanne-94
Haas, Gene-13, 26, 114,
1 15, 1 17
Hall, Alma-16, 70
Henderson, Glen-30, 94
Hesse, M. A,-10
Hewitt, Al-25, 34, 40, 97
Hicks, Charles-28, S3
Hicks, Josephine-24, 32
Welshofer, Ann-83, 143
Werton, John-80, 83, 92
Weston, Judy-80, 94
Wexler, Gary-19, 84
Whatling, Donna-20, 86
Wheelbarger, Anna Mae-21, 64
MacDonald, Scott T.-10 '
Jackson, Dorothy-12, 76
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Johnson, Hazel-26, 41, 67
, Jeanette-26, 41, 67
Jones, 1-lilda-24, 28, 91
Klawiter, Fra ncis-2 8
Lawrence, Greg-31, 71
Lauridsen, Frank-24, 28
Mack, Patricia-26, 40, 67,
Marshal, Elva-30, 61, 81
McClane, Mary Jane-31, 55
McDonald, Alice+24, 91, 28
Miller, O. K.-33
gute, Shirley-27, 51, 66, 85
O'Brien, Mary Ann-32, 66
Osterveen, Arthur-30, 67
Pape, Marjorie-26, 41, 67
Parker, Jack-18, 25, 66
Peterson, Margaret-29, 93
Rankin, Wallace-16, 28
Whitaker, John-81, 116,
White, Susie-20, 62, 45, 82
Whiting, Pat--84, 89
Whitley, Sharon-77, 85, 87
Whitney, John-80, 84
Wiesley, Claire-18, 81
Wilkins, Lee-50 -
Williams, Ronaele-18, 80,
Williams, Roger-18, 128
Williams, Sue-15, 36, 82,
Willis, Bill-21, 70
Wilms, Dave-71, 135
Winbigler, Gail-37, 94, 142
Wolf, Bob-83, 93
Wonacotr, Lynn?21, 93
Wulf, Bob-36, 81
Young, Mike--105, 106
Younger, Carolyn-55, 72,
Yowell, Gary-85, 87
Yukl, Gary-81, 83
Zakreski, Ron-71, 84
Zeller, Debbie-25, 88, 93,
Zemke, Melinda-21, 83
Zywczek, Helen-21, 87
Sobelle, Margaret-30, 94
Starr, Ruth--24, 31, 55
Stwally, Ruth-26, 56, 67
Vuiovich, Roy-26, 66, 67,
Wadlington, Jae-32, 57, 59
Weishart, Lawrence-32, 75
Wernle, Sam-25, 29, 40
Williams, Mrs. Donald-10
Woodard, Georgia-24, 32
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BO d me u ' I I' i U ' u . 6 ' Glenettes ............. . . 79
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Boo re ..... . . ......... . 70 H I y' ih'
Boy Lea e . ............. . 78 Honors and Awards L . . .'. . . rl . 36
B roof ............ K ...... 1 11 Honor society ...i..fi...,X..i'. K. 90
BS' in ........ 3 ........ 135 H ff 1 ,L ',l'
Btr k ................. 124m IP' 'i ,Nj 1 .nh 11,71 ,jf .
C QV ,inter-Class Track., eet .'. . .'.'l'.
Iinterrclub Councj .f,l..:. ., .1411 967
Cabinet .......... 14 A. Hi ln,trocluc,tion ... .,. . . . l . . '14
Candy Shack ... 70 l 4' 1 A ,Q r '- lj
Career Day .... 55 fl ' A fl lj - 5 ' fl' l,.'
Cholollelles """' '85' Junior' 'Cl s Officers . .l. '.yJ.'. . . . 19
Christmas Program 51M , of . 1 5
Civinettes ........ 70 . ' 1 'lunldr Nlugcame SC' e "" ',' 5 ' ' " 5
civnens .......... 70 ' l""'O5fP'Om " 1 V1 """" 64
. . . . , Junior Statesman i 1,1 ' ',".i.. 83
Classroom Activities . . . 34 l A 1 'y'
Commerce Club . H 92 JV Baseball . 7. ...,J . . 1 . . . .130
JV Football ...JJ .... ....110
Congress ...... 21
Contents .... 7 y ,K' I '7 llc
Crescendos .... 89 ' IV'
Cross-Country 132 Key Club Z' .... .. 81
c swimming .. 135 '
C Track ...... 126 L
Com" " Com' ' ' 62 Latin Club . .. . . 93
D Library Aids .. . . 7O
Liming the 'G' .. .. 44
Dad-Daughter Banquet A6 '
Dance Recital .......... X56 ' M
E ' - Men's Glee .... .. 86
1 Mixed Chorus . . . . . 85
Explosion Staff .... Z4
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F .' 1 Name Index .. .... 186
FUCUHY ------- ' 24 Nitroettes . . . . . 98
Faculty Frolics .. 66
Fall Play ........ 57
Football Banquet .... 47 0
Fgreword ,,,,,, " 3 Opening of School .... . . 40
49'erS ,,,,,, 79 Oratorical ........ .. 42
French Club . . .
94 Orchestral Concert . . .. 50
Organizational Section . . . . . . . 68
Orators ...... z..t... ....82
Pep Council 96
Red Cross 81
ROTC ........ ... . . 137
Rugby Game . . 59
School Bank . .. ,- 70
Science Club .... - - 92
Scribblers Club ....
Senior Activities . . .
Senior Class ......
Senior Class Officers
Senior-Faculty Basketball Game
Senior Prom Court .
Senior Section ....
60 Per Club ......
Song-Yell Leaders .
Sophomore Class Officers
Sophomore Girls' Glee . . . . 84
Spanish Club ........ . . 94
Sparklers . .. . . 97
Spring Play .. 59
Sports Dances .. .. 61
Sports Section ................. 101
Stage Crew .................... 71
Student Body and Class elections. . 52
Student Court ................., 21
Stylus Staff .....
Symphonettes . . .
Talent Show . . .
Thespians . ..
Varsity Baseball ...
Varsity Basketball .
Varsity Football . ..
Varsity Swimming .
Varsity Track .....
World Friendship Club
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All good things must come to an end and the 1958 Stylus is no
exception. But before we close I would like to thank the numer-
ous people who assisted and helped our staff in its many tasks.
First to Mickey and Burt of Dunlap-Turney for the beautiful iob
done on the senior portraits. Thank you fellas! I am indebted
to "Yearbooks, Incorporated" for answering our million and one
questions and for putting up with the many changes in layout
and copy. Behind every editor there is an advisor and to the
most advisable advisor, Mr. W. B. Graham many thanks. To all
the faculty and administration who understood and co-operated
with our sometimes un-convenient schedule, Hpeclagogues merci."
Behind the scenes of this production Iurked several unthanked
humanitarians. The one who will remain first and foremost in
my mincl is Newtie, the Madonna of the switch board, who
knew iust where to find everyone and every thing. Also 'to Nick
the custodian who cleaned up our abominable mess in room 3II
every night. My special thanks goes to Linda Kunka who co-
edited with me first semester. Not to overlook the photographers
and lab assistants who put in many extra hours. Finally to the
staff, thanks "group" you were great! It has been my task,
nightmare and delight editing your annual and I hope that it
will be your pleasure now and in the years to come reading
it, thumbing through it and enioying it.
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