Millikan High School - Aries Yearbook (Long Beach, CA)

 - Class of 1958

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LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA' K , 1 , , I , UL VM .ix-'mx' at wh wwf nw gg 'ww Tfffigrfgygg x we fs f Q in is " y r 'P' Wxawwi 'nfnnbxwar x in '29-. +"""' in K fs- .. --Jnwm -pax -K Wwaaueumaxmf - 0 v '-1 , v ,V N fv WV L W A WW mffl ci'-f Lf'l - sdigny -, l 5-62 LA? f "-tg' Kal, 'VL J gmt ' ZKJFZLILKQ' r. ?7,l".f11J-fa DX---7 9,25 4 , ff yf f If - f 57 21711 VZ! jd V L,nL'tA'C" zfffzffgzgwf L! Q!! J fgvofcbfg K 'Rx , , f,yZ'ac -C ' -vfggfggfil "2 J' --A 1 fy Kfff .wp ff , . , J f2,.z.fc,,-gil? Mfflag-,yu 154 M54 jp ., if A- AC! f?:5Jffff2J I 2 4 X, U xv u , CIJN-lfvw , XP JN'G"""" ' - l "' 'fikwil xl - Qxwsa, 'T A.,L.- -.ui Qoccclum dedication The 1957-58 period will be etched on the pages of history as a year of outstanding scientific accomplishments. lt will be remembered for its "Sputniks", its rocketry, its use of atomic power in submarines and ships, its discovery of the secrets of our earth through the efforts of the countries participating in the "International Geophysical Year." lt will be remem- bered for its conquest of diseases, its further ,development of machines to think and work with little human help, its conquest of our gravitational force, its use of solar power. Indeed, it is a miraculous scientific period. For this reason the staff of the l958 Aries feels that this volume should be dedicated to all "Men of Science" throughout the world. To research scientists, mathematicians, engineers, chemists, physicists, and teachers of science. We lay before these men the responsibility of understanding, developing, and utilizing the forces and goods of nature to create a peaceful, bountiful world for all mankind, and dedicate ourselves to learning and understanding our place and our duties in this magnificent period. Li..1...-a..,..r.,....44..,1.... ...L....-.-.. , . . .... Eaton O. Bemis Principal Mr. Bemis is discussing senior plans with Al Fecarotta, President of the Senior Class 1 l I , 0 0 it Wir lil lf .W MJMOEPQRQQQWSC fancapqrs message It is particularly appropriate, this year of l958, to honor men of science in our annual. A high privilege was bestowed upon this school when it was allowed to bear the name of the illustrious Robert A. Millikan whose basic research in the unknown field of cosmic rays led so directly to much of today's concern with outer space. Now we are analyzing our educational birthright with grave and sober eyes. We are realizing that our entire future depends upon how well we utilize the facilities which here surround us. No longer is it smart to be mediocre. From our students of today must come the top intellectuals of tomorrow or we perish. And, though we stress the importance of science in today's education, we dare not neglect the other areas wherein we develop the skills of living, of how to get along together in this increasingly complex world, and of how to set in motion and refine our creative abilities for the benefit of mankind. This is a comprehensive high school rather than a narrowly specialized one. ln it are both specialization and diversification to meet the needs of all youth, and these pages disclose many facets of each. Life could be disastrous without culture and conscience to balance science and atomic power. Education, more than ever before, is the most important function of our nation. By slowing or retarding its main purpose, by failing to develop, each to h.is highest potential, we could actually endanger our very existence. Each student here has a grave responsibility to do his very best, to develop his abilities to the utmost. lt is unpatriotic to do otherwise. Eaton O. Bemis, Principal A WLW, W ,AL,A,, is . .... 'M Lester C. Denoyelles Vice Principal Northwestern Univ. MM Degree Donice D. Hamilton Assistant Principal Univ. of So. California MS Degree -5 sf Y' Q , AV S wi rf' X, ,ax :sie .Q gs 1 vice principal and assistant principal sf. CALL SLIP 'l'c,ul1cspM. -. ,L-,,,,..c... ,, ....,Pi:riud ,,-.,. Plmwa' ti-ll .. , -,. ..,...., A, , -,a.,, , . WW-. ,. W to scc' ,..--M. ,. at cqlnsc of perim.l...,,,.M ,. fhaifql, T, in office or room checked below: Pi'imigf.il's Otfiffr . ,R4.'.lllfill'Eil'AX Office ., . , , Xflxicljllfl. Uftxac ., Nurses Office V- V A Q Ann Stevens Amr Pun, flings ,. .Attendance Otfm . . 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Back Row-Harry Bauer, Jack Smith, Iris Jackson, Jack Diamond, head care- ker, Trudo Newton, Harry Hart. I s L- el 'T it M L iii, . 8' ge . l ,ti '1 W is L 3. i. .limi---M-'--f-M-W' r 6 157 W L -sh ln 'QQ e V, , 1 l WL CAFETERIA STAFF-L to R-Mary Meyer, Emma Jackson, Nancy Walker, Ann Seman, Dorothy Mills, Trena Vander Haar, Viola Pelland, Lillian Lindsay, Ann Hesch, Monica Scharfen, Irene Kling, lsabell McConnell, Mgr. 'ur 1.-f Q74-... all 4 1.-an-yum 'sul M- : 4. ling 99 tb A 4 , Q Z x. I 'fffia-5"-"' " fQ'f 5 1 Q -xl A,-an I '?z N' 5 2 , ! : 4- , V 1: '-Q ' fig 1 .1-ww WAJWM Mmgvy jf Wfwdiffgigjff? A , no ESF Mrgwgfffq QQ? F .ff 5252295 . 010, 6 l 4,10 L V h it 4 ly W . QD UML 1 0' M I ,W Sw W s U J VX t W MN f1W DSSZQ , WK 0 Lxvf-C1 jww 51vlQrWM H L - ox JCMi:ma,gwxm ma ,fCpLJr,0,,, , ff, - Y-QLUS ' sggf ,M f f wjf fwWfA'f9 ff Mffff Wfff Uk the art departmenl Molding clay on a potter's wheel is a centuries old talent Albert K. Downs Department Head MA, USC John O. Jenkins MA, Ohio State Univ. s flux f u x' Q' 5 . rt' elps students eiipressitthemselves ' J! I If 1 i iff ' lx i V W A315 ,ffr I if 1 X N I Various types of work are done in the art department "Dignity" is the name Carole Cantile gave her modern sculpture - . X., :fx -M., - Learning business machine techniques is enioyable now and beneficial later A candid scene is taken of a typical typing class the doors to future occupations v it , ,.........i.: rw on -7 -4. w iunnu v 1 Andrew D. Carter MS, Columbia Univ Nancy L. Huston BS, Michigan State Univ are opened by the business department Arnold Reinertson MA, Univ. of So. Dakota Department Head Kenneth K. Keenan MA, Colorado State Jane C. Nelson BA, Wisconsin Univ Edward W. Tuck MA, LBSC Student increases his knowl- edge of English Drama class gives the final touch to "Nine Girls." language arts are developed Alvin Rashkow Topper Smith MA, Western Reserve Univ. BA, LBSC s A 4 Oliver F. Johnson BA, Occidental College Eleanor M. Weiherman MA, Univ. of lllinois ' Department Head in the english department Gladys S. Thrall BS, Kansas State Mariorie Davidson BS, Univ of Calif. at Berkeley Three students receive prac tice in English board work 23 'y ,. . A v J ' A 1 nnn . . , -' n . A di n g 1 ' f Q.-Q " V T qQ r . T ' 5' nn n n - X, N iq Agfa A . k,,V. i .9315 ug L:-YA W A. fx K CJ-J t I Vx ,af t vu I A 3 C Q YE ,. , 1 C , L i . 3: r U. N N., M y V n ff i 1 U Q. L fxv a A .vc .gn X1 ff K . n U 'N nv V , Q U 'N U ' ry K, fx' XX! ,-IL f ' 'V I L x, JD Z' V C - . J 5. V N PPA x I I J c N jg, lb , N LC M., , C? L V X' NU X fl X V 'f ru 'af ,S J K Cf' - LJ A, , 'V 6 if V KJ ' , D v 1 L bn V 1, f .J X1 J n V . 'X " ' 'W ,fy xxx MV Q Q! 'WJ XJ JJ 5 I 5 f A n f 1 . 1 Q Ju 1 I 1 .. F 'V u V 1 Y Q I U 4 J ' ! 3' f' If VX J' 'I it XXX, JDJ mf! W? ' Mx K" ff f kd! C RS: 'ul A V1 , N 2 'fax Y L 1 I I 1 Y! 'M 1 . fb cz X ' J ,ff ,V nw V V, ' f ' ll " V 'K- X X ,NL .Q C xx, Xb-F Sv E 0 I 3 N q, f J ff Q- fx, orelgn anguage 'P 7 M ff Im l I-JJ F1 J, QL M fu! CW gn, f v 1 j ,. ,u VM " v YJ - Y' -'N '- -1 J rv I ,V r J N X I Oral talk on the influence of Napoleon is given in 0 Ger- man class classes build better world understandings Frank J. Ochoa Department Head MA, UCLA John C. Glover MA, Southern Methodist Univ. Gerhard Kohn PhD, Northwestern Univ. George Bibiloni BA, USC M. C. McLaren MA, St. Andrews Univ. Scotland Second year Spanish students talk over geography l ,L fs -cm f ex Arthur F. Steiner MS, USC Department Head skills learned Boys interested in electricity test tubes Charles R. Billings Lester A. Harris BA, Uof Calif. at Santa Barbara BA, U of Calif. at Santa Barbara creative minded students find Offset printing is one of the Drawing is one of the iobs of a mechanical engineer Kenneth L. Mueller Harold Stromloerg George l.. Becker MA, Colorado State MA, New York Univ. MA, Columbia Univ a welcome in the industrial arts department The milling machine intrigues students Lathes are important equip- ment in the metal and wood shops A new skirt is in the process i of being fashioned by a tal- ented student Virginia S. Cutler 55, l0wG Slilfe Department Head Luella P. Gresslm M Ed., Univ. of South Dakota Elizabeth Smith BS, Oregon State homemaking department gives experience to future homemakers Typical activities of the home- making classes are carried on by four students Norlyn S. Dull Department Head BA, La Verne College Helen G. Carter MS, USC Leon Van Oosten M. of Bus. Adm., Univ. of Mich. Delbert F. Penhall MS, USC William Winter MA, LBSC An algebra student works hard to find the value of x future engineers and scientists gain knowledge in mathematics department Solid geometry proves chal- lenging sill-dis inns' Michael A. Pappone MA, LBSC Department Head Robert W. Bower B of Music Educ., Morningside College Dorothy Angus Accompanist A CAPPELLA CHOIR - L to R - Front Row: Lont, J., Mrs. Angus, Kneisley, B., Jensen, D., Perley, C., Long, D., Schulz, A., Blagg, D., Lombardo, B., Blackburn, L., Holoubek, P., Larson, D., Johnson, K., Mr. Bower. Row 2: Hedrick, G., Williams, C., Wild, J., Paul, J., Heywood, B., Handy, S., Kneisley, P., Parks, P., Willey, J., Curran, J., Downing, R., Ferguson, J. Row 3: Tiller, L., Thompson, K., Graves, R., Campbell, A., Gumm, L., Kittleson, B., Campbell, D., Anderson, G. Row 4: Bushman, J., Hall, B., Mallory, C., Niblock, L., Hough, T., Wells, W., Montrella, J., Hawkins, D., Henderson, C., Correa, T., Swanburg, B., Gibson, K., Baichtal, K. an opportunity to develop talent is offered by the music department L , . ll' 4 f it vvtdlfl hu MVJL' . i x K ,V K, 7 u , ,f j L1 ' 1 Tl-flx.i,VL gl J MJ lfxlihvi ' f If Q- nr, fi " X " LANQI L' - lf' 129 J LL' fl V i W 1 iw' V J , I J T J . . , Vi ll, Lf :lf 'wi' I N-1 1 L x lx 'N l l 4 l' X T. PJ' it 1. ' , - L Nl ' .L .LL rv A it .ri ,. UV-J J v U V: XL u.1md.iNf I 'Qs A 'X fl Q4 W .lf lrs, V' 1. V . ill! 'fb' it 'WDA lj' qilf I l"y-My JJVLL AM V Ji L v . ' K V A. 1 . , 1 ' fl J X 1 I xf V, f t at ,ll J :wi J KVA' f,-'lil OV Q12 .Xfit ,.Q,, ul A his SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB - L to R - Back Row: Weber, L., Alwine, D., Lecour, P., Lindsey, J., Schmidt, N., Walker, M., Coultrop, B., Hathaway, L., Fish, J., Moberly, D., Walker, P., Fitzsimmons, P., Gibson, V., O'Brien, P., Harris, L. Row 2: Jenkins, D., Wiedeman, S., Roseberger, E., Butler, L., Hadlund, M., Polson, J., Patchen, S., Maoneyhun, Y., Allen M., Cooksey, J., Vidmar, M., Mathiasen, H., Plattenberger, S. Row 3: Ward, M., Edwards, M., Frazier, S., King, M., Self, F., Rineer, B., Foltz, N., Underwood, A., Gipe, K., Heckendorn, S., Barry, G., McFedters, S., Allison, M. Front Row: Mrs. Angis, Mack, C., Nickelson, P., Davis, D., Carouthers, S., Hay, J., Gipe, S., Williams, P., Smith, D. Bottom Row L to R-- A. Schulz, D. Blagg, L. Nelson, S. Handy . . ' . b k I MADGRIGAL SINGER5 ' D Myner, M Craul, P Holou e Fursl Row L fo R-C. Mallory, K. Gibson, D. Campbell, D. Truitl K. Thompson, K. Balchfal M Em, ,- L.. wmgmv-N ., l-lasagna: Mr. Pappone discusses band arrangement with George Knight, student teacher. Mr. Knight is the composer of MiIlikan's new alma mater, "Hail Blue and Gold." MEMBERS OF THE BAND R. Alloway, A. Andeson, J. Arnold, R. Beard, R. Clark, B. Clegg, L. Dale, K. Divisek, D. Dortch, J. Evans, S. Farris, J. Firth, B. Gilstrap, R. Grogan, C. Hawkins, T. Grogan, L. Heaston, B. Howe, M. Jacob, J. Jakubic, F. Jones, A. Lawler, D. Lee, P. Mari, J. Marles, J. McGee, M. Minor, D. Neighbarger, L. Neuharth, R. Nicks, H. Omel, R. O'Keefe, T. Panagas, G. Pectol, M. Perkins, D. Perry, R. Poss, M. Reitbord, D. Rinehart, G. Ringo, M. Rupe, S. Sante, D. Shaw, M. Theil, C. Warner, G. West, L. Wynants, D. Yoseloff. MEMBERS OF THE ORCHESTRA R. Alloway, B. Bill, M. Braddock, D. Brandmeyer, B. Brokaw, S. Burke, D. Corcoran, A. Crews D. Dorrans, P. Clark, M. Chew, M. Dawson, L. Finer, K. Fehrmann, L. Glascock, P. Haney, J. Hayes C. Iverson, E. Jennings, K. Kawaichi, G. Kylean, E. Kellerman, J. Martin, R. Mayo, J. McGee D. McLean, L. Mehlmauer, A. Moen, T. Montgomery, K. Neilson, D. Newell, R. Norris, B. Palmer M. Parrot, M. Pauson, L. Peterson, E. Pridinoff, G. Pound, B. Rickman, D. Rodsater, D. Rozas G. Salzman, B. Strong, G. Thomas, J. Thompson, B. Tuman, J. Uribe, E. Vernon, P. Williams B. Woolsey, S. Word, D. Yoseloff, S. Zippert P'- SR f millikan's orchestra and band bring credit to the school This year as well as last year, the members of our onrchestra have brought a great deal of entertainment and honor to Millikan. They have participated in the Christmas Program, the School Play, the Operetta and other programs. The orchestra is considered the city's finest and has been given an excellent rating at the High School Music Festival. Eight of the members have been chosen for the National Music Educators' Orchestra that plays for the national convention. The fact that eight players come from one school is a credit to the excellence of our group and of the teacher, Mr. Pappone. Two students have become outstanding instrumental- players. Brent Rickman, a bassoonist, is considered the outstanding wind instrument talent in Southern California. He won the Long Beach Philharmonic Competition. Eugene Pridinoff, who last year won the Southern California Competition for piano, now plays with the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra. With talent like this Millikan should be iustly proud of its fine music department. F'- Department Head Gordon W. Dooley MA, Stanford Univ. Buckner N. Harris BA, Whittier College 34 Maxon Montgomery BA, La Verne College Robert R. Myers BA, U of Calif. at Santa Barbara boys' physical education develops sport skill Badminton is becoming more popular with students Go! "Now what, Mr. Dooley?" ooob The well known push-up is Basketball will always remain still with us as a body con- an active sport for P.E. ditioner. classes. 35 4 Ky A , y , X V X k. , ' w .X MX xx js I, 'NJ many sports offered? 3 . ., lu. .xg-V ' t N x.- X .X xt XXX .y W' x .Us f N r X- in girls' physical education program , E X, cf if x, mls, - ,ll . P4 , ' . 1 t-NXILC' I X xx - it ru 'x , A X . if Sill! J A il' M U it I , S ml' .51 NX Qt by ,H .v n x. I. 'Ulf wif iii' 'O l , u , ,sh Avi! Bl :ig j F--its K A ' 2' P' l' 'N Nl t -it if ,tt l . 'l WK U Q P A 'Xxx 'tl ty tl 1-Jul lQgpaFllrl1enRlead J lr 5 s at 1 Doris Doughty xxx Ms, usc ug yi' :tiki VN..-f XX! 1 A Mildredl Griffit Field hockey is one of the W BA,lUCLA favorite sports in the girls athletic department xx ' N, i' X X K 1 , v, ' e l l ,Xt X ., , , . R, X, w .,.- ' . , , 1 t 1- ttf . 'lltelen L. Jamieson - ss, usc - t, , 'X X. . QW V g VX- Q V ls' Allye R.Peter'son E M , Wellesleyf ' , . ww I 4 au' W up -L .X Mdtoarwla lleaggnis 1' WMA, USC , ' W. ,.' tl X1 lg 1 nlx l 36 V, X Y V 'J Vx ,J ,LJ JJ M If , ,X jx. R. J iw Q' .fx vw g, . There's great excitement as a forward shoots for a basket A sport which involves lots of wrist muscle is tennis, as you can see r "Batter-up" is the general term used for this popular All-American sport Up and over is the main rule for volley ball 4 s - .G-3, im , i YH 'Q X En :L ,kgfgl .V LM r Frank W. Stewart I Geraldinfqpreenwogdjw Joi B. Gunning MS, USC MAMUMV. at Niiona M t LBSC J' lfffx , fl" fi. V . ' Department Head V, bv? Aj!! l Vsxl fl I ' ,fm . at J V lf: , Mb f science department gears for competition What will it be, is the question Young biologists discover for the chemistry department that the leaf is a polmate QM QMS Bama-inn wt R eww is 5 J 'K' -1 ' . S 'ig Ex: . :s Q . - 'fs up 'r ' r si Ei, swf? Q ,Q it 'XXV if 43, F Q3 'Shi Q r 1 .ff f -,ww ' - 'w ff. .1 s 1 ' . . - 5 ...V , , K K ,ff fr 45 -ab 5 f f .H , ' - fs-f,ss5,,:P, -,,. - 4, lac- M fl :ss ,, ' .. -,,::.f: 'Q ...F ,::5e:1Fr'g.gg.'- 45 . . ,, .-':'-sf5:-:.g,'f- 5 .ra-as H ,:.-:::::"'-fi1f:5s:.'i5:5 ' 1, ,. ' .sf 1 5: 21 , -in . Q if S. f -qv iswfsst-.slggr-af ,-fz y ff Lrg.f.+3.3.msf1g1 -,mf - sm ff - s q m , if. h ,K -. : K - - S r - M3if:',i?'-sffjf?-:sis-1' xii, ' ' 'A fn'-'wwf S ws., . wgs--zz.-., U s. Y' . , ', 1: ' . , .- fl-'-am: 1225, L, . ..,,g. , . V g,f,:ggg.Lw:,.w' .... A- A V H .Ka 5: 1 New 34- at 1 f K ' .vs A S, 1 L 9 . , K. - V.,-5 , . . 2 K, ' A . V ' - s Q 1 fi 2, 1 S S A Q 52 is W of Q M g , 5 it Q, P M. 45 22 so k if 1 if .rf W Kenneth E. Johns BS, USC Future photographer is now completing development of c picture dues as wotchmg whale port "Look, Ma, no legs," laughs ner works out physics prob Mr.sSkeleton - . ,gig 3555 'Q 425,142.4 if fig" 'ff Q ' 'f 'SN 'L . P Q B , -. . 'M '. V 1 H s- . 1' 'f ' 5 in -f-- 'HW if W 'aff' Gladys C. March BA, USC 1 Neil Van Steenbergen Department Head MA, USC Eve L. Foist BA, UCLA Joan F. Hansen MA, Vanderbilt U. and Peabody Col. Mary A. Hansen MA, Mt. Holyoke Col. Frank A. Kanarek MA, LBSC Margaret E. Burch MA, UCLA George J. McMillin, .lr BA, Yale Frances M. McAuliffe BA, UCLA Donald D. Bush MA, LBSC english and history Special project is explained by students in Social Living class. are combined in social living Class study is a part of the school day. A map of Europe is a neces sity when studying World His tory. 42 Orville B. Curtis James Berneker Charles Krepcoe Thomas Kinkade MA, Univ. of lowa MA, LBSC MA, LBSC BS, Ohio State Univ. Department Head iuniors ancl seniors take required social studies course Roz Greenberg follows the text during lecture. Current events are the topic of the day. 1 1 J. Dean Longacre Margaret E. Parsons Joseph Yoseloff BA, WeSl'eI'f'l Mich. CCI. MA, BA, Univ. of Iowa 9 Committee of students checks relative size of America to other countries. Panel members meet to plan their Senior Problems discus- sion. 43 William Duncan Martin Rogovin safer highways are insured by driver training Students learn fundamentals of driving from qualified in- structors california cadet corps prepares for later military service COLOR GUARD William D. Wardle MS, Univ. of Utah sA1'rAuoN STAFF- mmm, Plat- RHF TEAM ten, Correa. COMPANY- L to R- Co. Commander: Risko. Co. Guidon: Tuman. lst Plt. Shepard, Andersen, Ritz man, Foster, Jacobsen, Crouch Frank, Rehmus, Cottrell. 2nd Plt. Auge, Weinberg, Bush man, Hazard, Arnold, Wallace, Allen, Schlee, Fox, Lesk. COMPANY - L to R - Co. Commander: R. Grogan. Guidon Bearer: J. Saum. lst Plt. Bannister, Libby, Fryer Newman, Iverson, Muhlenberg Plott, Berry, Randolph, Roby North. 2nd Plt. Dennison, Zweifel, Jae- schke, Schlee, Jerry, Marles Newlin, Grogan, Terry, Wolf Neuharth, Krieger, Farrell. I I Barbara Winters studies in the library 46 L..........--1 ww"f E Kathy Hollenbeck talks with Ann Cox as she checks out a library book tv- the expanding Cecilia Burch Librarian Vida Snow Assistant Librarian library offers more to the students each year Marion Johnson Clerk Janice Tidwell looks over se- lection of books in library Grant Berthen, boys' care- taker clerk, hands out basket- ball To the rescue, is the action shown by Scotty lrightl, Mil- likan's life guard and pool attendant Gymnasium Attendant is the iob of Miss Van Wormer - -fl gal, Q ,V .-.-4, V ' Passing out bathing suits is one of the many iobs of Mar- tha Lucas, matron of girls' gym A o 1 fki fl physical education classified --...M ,M ,,,,,,, . .AM -4--+n-- . ,F ...vw ..m..,,.,........., ., ,... ,,,.,-A .,,,,,. 4... MT. ..,, Y' W4 Ae 1 iq!"-,'q 1 A 1 " wma, i V' twine: 5 f ,A f 4th A Q ,M ,Wui ' uuvl - '- Q"5!,' lA-mlf'f,. -. . nf. . ,11W4u,,i - . 1 I , , T mf - x .. H JI.. .WW . .8 ,,. 1 ,Q J I HE" ,N gi " fw"'f W, K W W, , ,, - s . x 1 R 1 dum, X ,, W V-Mx' Wm w 4 -.,,, 'R A',,, 'A .f-XM x ,.'ww .-we -5 wb, 4 W is , x s " - fm .w s ay f "l,!'?Zfx5z,g5 QK'-gflug f"f'mW'Y'f51W AH7' .,-. J ,. 4 , wwf- O 1 'tgx-Q-jx-if QlJYNJ0xv Q MW :mx fam, 'ilpxxk LC mx 1 fa , Q as w.',". 330000 i , football leads off -wf ig., 'icq WM Dave Graff l11l faces tough task as he meets three Lake- wood tacklers Millikan started its '57 football year, by ending Wilson and Poly's domination of the Milk Bowl with surprising vic- tories over Poly and Lakewood, beating both by score 7-O Millikan opened league play against a well balanced Poly High. The iniury-ridden Rams were slapped with a 40-14 loss Eventual league champions, Wilson High, were next in line for the Millikan squad. The Rams were upset by the Bruins 20-7 50 Good sportsmanship is shown after 7-7 tie with Excelsior Ram-Hi played a non-league skirmish against the Apach of Centennial in its next game, earning a hard foug 13-13 tie. Millikan opened what may someday become the city greatest crosstown rivalry. The Millikan vs. Lakewood tussl The Rams in this game gored the helpless Lancers 33-1 The final game of the year was played against the Jordc High Panthers. The Rams butted, but Jordan ground out 12-6 victory varsity team has rough VARSITY FOOTBALL. Bottom row KL. to R.1+Fultz, Cribbs, Galenor, Forbes, Snyder, Cooper, Muilenburg, Kinkade iCoachl. Row 2-Odom, Anderson, James, Oehler', Rich, Cashman, Jerauld, McDermott, Tiller. Row 3-Duncan lAsst. Coachl, Hawkins I Chaffee, Sprinkle, Nixon, Sexton, Tidwell, Bodnar, Whalen, Oldham. Row 4-Poodry, Graff, Emmons, Miller, Gustine, Holton, Potier MILK BOWL: Millikan 7 Lakewood 0 Millikan 7 Poly O Millikan ........ 25 N. Torrance ......... .A 6 Millikan ........ 7 Excelsior .......... ...... 7 Millikan ......... 14 Poly ................ ...... 4 0 Millikan ......... 7 Wilson .............. ...... 2 O Millikan ......... 13 Centennial ........., ....,. 1 3 Millikan ......... 33 Lakewood ........... ...... 1 3 Millikan ......... 6 Jordan .......... .......... 1 2 105 1 1 1 Won - 2 Lost - 3 Tied - 2 Tom Kinkade - Head Coach Bill Duncan -- Back Coach Brad Gusfine, HB Jim Sexton, TACKLE Dick Anderson, GUARD Dave Groff, QB Ray Tiller, PUNTER ROY 5nYdef, HB Weldon Rich, TACKLE Mike Oldham, END Wm' .IGH Muilenburg, TACKLE jim Jerquld, HB MMU' John Oehler, CENTER Brian Cooper, QB N X.X,1' W ek Bob Forbes, GUARD Monty McDermott, END Bob Galenor, TACKLE D Q W 'WW V- ww me Herb Bodncr, END Dick Chaffee, TACKLE Tim Cashman, HB team members 'WWW 53 X ew ,M , M . W Xj Q , 'in Q5 X nv W c 4. N333-Qx w W v m W l Bucky Harris, JV Coach sl V J A l , 1 , .... ' '- JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM MEMBERS. Bottom row lL. to RJ-Kennish Nickle Cook, Bondeson, LaMont, Orcutt, Noland, Schwebe, Arnett. Row 2-Young, Puckett, Hender- son, Kawaichi, Bewley, Marshall, Duncan, Snyder, Palmer, Woish, Mallory. Row 3- Bowman, Silva, Carson, Cranse, Mansfield, Waslien, Zuelzke, Love, Auge, Atkinson, Liefheit. Row 4-Knoettgen, Popeioy, Contrell, Finley, Sharrar, Swirczek, Dorrans, Frey, Vanderveer, Olson, Harris lCoachl iunior varsity displays next year's varsity power W, iw . W is -QW lnidentified Ram drags down Gary Bacher l5Ol of Jordan. uring JV action-packed game Ron Swirczek ll5l rams forward for a long run against Jordan. Jerry Carson l22J and Johnny Knoettgen l6l lead 55 PIGY g ,Q 3' fs -.'izf:"4? -Swish' " Y 5 l BEE FOOTBALL TEAM. Bottom row lL. to R.l-Thiel, Patrick, Thompson, Weaver, Bou- Bllli Seal lASfl5lQnl Coachl 4 givn, Paskell, Smith, Price, Lamberson, Berger, Grugan, Meyer, Hite. Row 2-Seal POINTS OUT ifammg Schedule fo lAsst. Coachl, Overmiller, Frank, Stansbury, Smith, Sauaya, Montgomery, Bedessen, Carl Berneker lHead Coachl W Thayer, Robinson, West, Watson, Dizney, Berneker lHead Coachl. Row 3-Dilger, Tekely, Houtz, Charlton, Reano, Walker, Erwin, Kivinsk, Fletcher, Head, McConnell, Owens are on their way to assist Tom McConnel l26l is brought to an abrupt stop after 1 long gain in the Poly game Charlton l22l prepares to lower the boom on an un- Poly player. Marvin Ruppe l39l and Bill Patrick M end season 5-2-1 56 BEE TEAM SCORES: Millikan ................................. Millikan ............... ...... Millikan ........... ...... Millikan ........... ...... Millikan ........... ...... Millikan ........... ...... Millikan ........... ...... Mllllkan ........... .......... N. Torrance ........ Paramount ............ Excelsior ........ Poly .............. Wilson ............ Centennial ........ Lakewood ......... Jordan ........ 'o 7 33 19 13 7 O 85 M Md' f , au i, V V K 1- M u s 5 . an U :M 155 X M X X W Wixglgi u ,lf 'N f 5,1 I. I l I Q ti, Q N." K 1 52 NES' N XX"x E um J x!Q,s4't t N M iv W Y 3, 4 bdsketbcall W new year -wa, s T Y fi VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. Bottom row IL. to RJ--Bunnett, Bland, Groff, Rhoades, Higgins. Row 2-Chermak, Brown, Herbertson, Tally, Hunt iCoachl. Row 3-Bodnar, Armstrong, Erickson, Andersen, Mont- gomery, Ernst varsity basketball team goes to c. i.f C0ach Bo b H ffophies Un' Gnd Te T . f0HeC1ed ,om Capt - Ggzjphles Include fhby Hhs Y6ar'S can sfffln Anderge 'he All - e long Be U'S'fY bask " Show -Cny Pl Gch Tour efbaH 1 cxyer of the Ye noment Champ. eom, GI' award IODSI-lip , Presenfed to Sfdn FBCPNR SYQRTS DEPARTMENT z WON 18... LOST 8 J SCUHES OE VAH'5l'YY BASKETBALL 'BEAM 5 'PRE-SEASGN GMvlES ' XLEAGUE GMBES - 'FIRST ROUND Millikan- 60 El Rancho-57 Yoly- 54 Millikan- 49 A Millikan- T4 Compton- 54 Millikan- 67 Wilson- 54 willikan- 70 Tulare- 54 Centennial- 64 Millikan- 57 El Monte- 60 Millikan- 55 willikan-576 lakewood- 56 LUNG BEACH lNVlTNilOllAL flOUl?Q'rfXP.MlflN'XT Jordan- A8 Milllkan- 45 l Millikan- 54 Arroyo- 59 lhlliliall- 67 Montebello- '51 LEAGUE GAMES - SECOND ROUND ll Millikan- 70 Jordan- 53 Milllkan- 62 Yoly- 42 . CHAN-PXONSHIP Niiillikan- 59 Wilson- 48 Milliken- 'VI Downey- 'IG Milllkan- 55 Centennial- 45 Anaheim- 48 Hlillikann- Mi- liiillikan- 65 Lakewood- '56 Mlllikan- 77 Excelsior- 55 A ' Millikan- 65 Jordan- 44 COMPTON lNVl'X3ATl0NA'L fii52.3Yil5iflNEEl?i'E? . Millikan- 57 St. Anthony- '55 C.'1.F. YLAYOYF GAMES - 65 Millikan- 60 Milliken- 59 Gi'G:mlB- 46 50 Chaiiey- 60 A Millikan- 45 Ly!!-WCG fl- J Downey- 5 4 ldillikzm- Milllkan- 64 Lynwood- 51 iv! '35, 5' fu Q X v, HAM 3 . 'MM 1 X 5'-9 W. , E' Ah mm rw ,Q 0 ,W ,- W W: -q A W wc., N 6 Nw M N MX fi R fx my 'WS 0 r .gl 'fm ,lv- ms- , A wk W "'s ' , A W FQ vh' WM M 'V' W A 'aww W? Q ' 3? -Q W ' ww w 'M Us A N- ,W n. MM ff ,P .. 'xr 5 4' ,X C 6 1 ev.. 9 W ""' A We NWS Sn SE Q , , W' X .Ms A w mnwgz W . L W my aw Nm My Yr W ' ' 14 1 .1 an I Q 5 fgf X K M bee basketball has good year BEE BASKETBALL TEAM. Front row IL. to RJ-Farrell iMgr.D, Beard Keeley, Gibson, Dortch, Houtz, Sousa, Lazar. Row 2--Lewis, D iMgr.l, Noel, Lewis, Young, Garrison, Weber, Nuzum, Fosnighf Thompson, Coach Red Montgomery i 1 JV BASKETBALL TEAM. Front row lL. to R.l-Head, Baker, Rickman, Montgomery. Row 2-Marskell, Bodnar, Owens, Henderson. Row 3-Coach Tom Kinkade, Erickson, Brown, Eberhart The new, driving JV's rocked their league with an 8-O record and a season record of 15-3. Most of the players will move up to form the nucleus of next year's varsity team. iv and cee basketball CEE BASKETBALL TEAM. Front row lL. to R.l-Laughlin, Owens Price Beard, Farris, Clarke. Row 2-Coach Bill Duncan, Brightman,,Miller, Mangum, Omel, Wienger, Toppo WATER POLO TE lManagerl. Behind Board-Enk, Frey, Manley, Harvey, Mclri, Clark. High,Board- Bailey, Sanders, Stevens, De Lucca, Rudziski, Mason, Humpal, Hensel Robertson Canning, Forsman, Hammand Pyles, McKenzie Campbell. Low Bo d L k' S I , , ar - a ln, wels, Rltzman, Wilson, Schroeder, Montrella, Swedell, Tiller, Klopp, Cook, Teel, Edwards. U . - . pstanrs Carteen, Bodfke, Mason, May, Bundy, Lindley, Allen, Balsillie AMS. On Deck lL. to R.l-Egner, Johnson Foster Carver McBride waterpolo team members 65 rigs E . -E -'R Ron Clark, great cross country runner tor Millikan, displays his fine running power during Ron Clark, Earl Jones, Alan Johnson, Mar- shall Hammond and Dave Parsons show their running form which led the Varsity to a fine a workout on the Ram's cin- season. der. cross country runs to three victories VARSITY AND JAYVEE CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS. Bottom row lL. to R.l-Hammond, Beckley, Jones, Barnard, Miller, Haney, Kruger, Huddleston, Parsons, Shaw. Second row-Hall, Lytle, Neil, Davenport, Sheehan, Brightman, Hirschland, O'Brien, Meissen, Luera. Third row-Mangan, Nicholson, Johnson, Clark, Lopez, Talsky, Dexter, Clausen, Clarke, Mayo, Coach John Glover was l . VARSITY GOLF TEAM. Top row lL. to R.l-Sousa, Chermak, Anderson. Bottom row-Noel, Tracy, Whittenberg, Not pictured--Larry Griggs , . RESERVES AND JV. Top row lL. to R.l-Chapman Zelkovitz, Bender, Barendregt, Vicars. Sitting- Kraai, Cuny, Bodnar, Jenson, Omel, Marskell golf team finishes driving year Larry Griggs and Phil Whittenberg, Millikan's two top golf players, discuss some new techniques before one of the Rams' golf matches. 67 1958 track teams set new records VARSITY TRACK SCORES: Millikan 6716 Paramount 36 215 Millikan 53 Lynwood 51 Poly 83 Millikan 21 Wilson 75 Millikan 29 Centennial 71 Millikan 33 Millikan 90 Lakewood 14 Jordan 55 Millikan 49 Won-3 Lost-4 VARSITY TRACK TEAM. Bottom row lL. to RJ-Lytle, Baker, O'Brien, Mangan, Truitt, Jones, Hartley. Second row-Clark, Hooper, Nicholson, Miller, Thompson, Owens, Woish, Kruger, Nixon, Tidwell. Third row-Coach Bucky Harris, East, Montgomery, Hammond, Slocumbe, Muilenburg, Oehler, Tiller, Milton, Oldham, Erickson, Asst. Coach John Glover. . , ,. , , , , ,,,:'L'.,1-:-N i .f .- , sa .iw .mel . .. Y . 1 ,. 1- i ' , . 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Y, . .. i. . i jack Slocombe, :fabulous shot-putter for"Millikan, shows hisimighty form which has placed him as the ,second best putter in the 'state and the fourth best sin the nation with a put of 6'l'2M1".- Mike Oldham displays his fine form which has en- abled him to set the school record for the high iump at 6' even. Keith Thompson is seen clearing the bar during the 'track meet with Jordan and this vault set the school pole vault record at ll' even. Ralph Owens shows,off his floating power which has enabled Millikan to be very powerful in field events, especially Ralph's event, the Broad Jump. Dennis Milton, high hurdle champ for Millikan, brushes up on his form during an evening practice on the Ram's cinder. Dick Miller breaks the tape to win a close first place in our meet with Lynwood. Ron Mayo is also seen coming on hard to take a third. Jim Humpal bounces off the board in an attempt to break his own school broad iump record of 2O'6'A". BEE TRACK SCORES: Millikan 82 Millikan 60 Poly 83 Millikan 53 ZA Centennial 58 V2 Lakewood 52 Millikan 68 Won-4 BEE TRACK TEAM. Bottom row lL. to R.l-Parsons, Barnard, Neil, Kivinski, Shaw, Weber, Hemon, Patrick. Second row-Meyer, McCall, Koenig, Greenberg, Haney, Duncan, Humpal, Frank, Zuelzke, Gustine. Third row-Coach Harris, Clarke, Rickman, Adare, Lopez, Mansfield, Smith, Head, Wynants, Carpenter, Berger, Mayo, Coach Glover. i 5 l 1 i f E 1 - A Paramount Lynwood Millikan Wilson Millikan Millikan Jordan Lost-3 12 38 12 41 V3 36V2 43 26 bee and cee teams 70 1 Howard Watson, Cee low hurdler and rec- ord holder, brushes up on his speed and step in an afternoon workout at Millikan. sprint through a fine year Bill Hite breezes past the camera to display his remarkable running ability which has enabled him to set the school record for the Cee 660 yard run at l.28:8. CEE TRACK SCORES: Millikan 64 Paramount Millikan 45 Lynwood Poly 57 'A Millikan Millikan 62 Wilson Centennial 55 Millikan Lakewood 42 l-6 Millikan Millikan 58 Jordan Won-4 Lost-3 CEE TRACK TEAM. Bottom row lL. to R.l-Watson, Johnson, Hirschland. Second row- Talsky, Beckley, Galaz, Robinson, Brightman, Mari. Third row-Coach Harris, Valen- zuela, Rodsater, Hite, Kersey, Coach Glover. 12 32 IOV2 14 22 34 5-6 19 so 71 'ms-af nvm-rf W. - U1.,,l.sm-1-W. K.,-. ,W sw., . . r LM. 5, ,-,V fi.,-lffw. ., - 3. .. . ,,, , ., , 1 Q r , ,VVKAM i varsity baseball finds a spot in moore league 1qJa!W'1-ugvy, . 4' 4 ." ., , , 1 , yi ii, U , ,, , . .r, w' r :..,f.myw, y , 1, ,i 4,1-.-,rg fi H. , ., V A . . ,, , ,- . fmi mwl ,W .i rafimwg 11,94 3.5-mffwg fs?" 'f m ' .P "" '1 m ay wr ' - L if wasiiiff i i , X- , - - N 2-wg -,fu , . 51 ' -:wa , , V , W 4 1. -ff , , , ,. 5 V , 1 'N A, - - 'ww m1 H'-'Tir we :ip L ef -a,,:3iy,5,w ' " W .qw 1Tr4+4iAve,'zy,,q,g 'kxwwyfffg..+-qs1g5s.+ 'z Q - 1 - U. .. D , , Q X ,. , 1. ,,,l! A y , Bob MeyerS-COGCIW Stacy Higgins--First Base Ron Griffin-Pitcher Dave Graff-Cqfcher ii Darrell Poodry-Third Base Bill Erwin--Second Base Roger Rhoades-Outfield Ray Snyder-Second Base KX. Brian Cooper-Cenferfield Jim Jerauld-Outfield Gary West-Shortsfop 7 Mike Burke-Pitcher Jim McFadden-Catcher Dick Chaffee-Pitcher Gary Brown-Pitcher Monty 1 , ,X . L , ,A , , b4 , , V, T VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM. Bottom row lL. to R.l-West, Groff, Poodry, Cooper, Jerauld, Erwin, Brown, Conti, Bodnar. Second row-Coach Meyers, Burke, Rhoades, Higgins, McDermott, McFadden, Chaffee, Griffin VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES 3 'la Anaheim Millikan 1 ' Millikan Lynwood 5 Banning Millikan 2 , y Millikan Paramount 5 ' Millikan Santa Fe I Artesia Millikan 5 ll ' Millikan Excelsior 1 Santa Barbara Millikan 0 Millikan I8 South Torrance I Millikan Garden Grove l I Millikan Poly 4 Wilson Millikan O Cenlennia Millikan 4 Millikan Lakewood l Jordan Millikan l Millikan Poly 1. . . M'll'k W'l ..... , , Gary Brown, attemptlng to steal thlrd Mimi: Cgnizgnlal Dave Groff takes a mlghty swlng at , base, IS called "OUT" by the Umplfe hvkjxod T7 the ball in an attempt to drive in a ' a a I l 0 OI' ..i. . . during one of the Ram's CCTIOH- few runs durlng a game Wlfh Santa games. Barbara. , . X ,.ifl ASQ M, . ,Lg ll' . E-'lffiw L - SCC, V, L L iiir S le 4 L , n l. Y., I - ' . f ,L j, ,T K LA, 'L S f ' - , , g, ,jg y ,V ' A A uf I y Y C : ,g, f'jWiI,, 1.,e :Aiea iz, 'mix' Tliia 'Jet ' P l le. ,.,.. . f T .,,.:-: ,,' " .,le,, .W K, .,,,,f-iihil ii f.i , Qgixlgi -- ,,,:,,., ',., 192, lpn, ' 4 L Zigwswgeggiiaii 'ga gin ESQ ,lx Sw. ,AQ ., 5 'L ul Hxvgwmkiir ii!! is ll: 'X l f , ll l , Y Q . ,, 5,3 i .M we ll. ,Que eg,,,,l,NL,,, ragga .w w :.a we - l A3 L wf ?.:,,as,-,,..:-'-.-,::.,-::.:',,. -:.,3.p,::,::: ll: z '-. f-J--, - H -1 ,. ng:-eg ,. -if lg T yew . 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Second row Simmons lMgrl Houtz, Burn, Motz, Ernst, Bishop, Snyder, Thayer, Palmer, Lambertson Coach Berneker JUNIOR Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Santa Fe Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan 0 VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES 11 Anaheim I3 Lynwood 6 Banning 2l Paramount 6 Millikan 8 Artesia 12 Excelsior 6 Santa Barbara 22 South Torrance 8 Garden Grove 8 Poly 8 Wilson I6 Centennial IO Lakewood 7 Jordan Poly Wilson Centennial Lakewood Jordan baseball 0 I2 4 0 5 O 0 3 0 8 4 2 Gary Ernst successfully steals third base during an inter squad game with the Varsity Baseball Team Phil Snyder prepares to raise his batting average on the next pitch during a game with Centennial on our field a swim teams have a wet year cQSC1a'et2, '22--frfwe' fu e VeV V A mV ' igeh ' V 'Sa F wQ+eYf e V wx. ee a ' e 1251 'f Hienw ialifiY QT? 2ieA 'efa Y" if 4, EA VV XQUSO' 1 - eye. 20 V ' V A e W 'a Qu: v V - g '30 ef' 'Y5 555-102 G goWQQQ.:wf ' wel' Elffef --" , M,.f V - K' V e G9 f- nil' ell' VN OGG' N "ee- 5' e W 695553 Qiieix Y QL-X' ef! 1' QV . fs., ae ' ' ewan , View 3 mf' " ' Jiqfi 312955 - ' w'2g'n W' agar' ggfilx' ' V V at Q23 5 V, ez -un .-.fsnfu ' .1 V,.,w.11.-.1fm,.ex Sh- '.f.-1f.- s .- an 1, - V , ., , V :L-.V 1, ,ua mvuq.11,f Vw-an fem. -w,w:w.,mm.nw+::a,wan.wgrw:.f Q.. V .name , . 1 V :V swim team shows power v Jim Stotler demonstrates his fine ability on the side horse which enabled him to win many high standings in this event. Leonard Mehlmauer shows the skill and agility which placed him as the number one high bar expert in the city. gymnasts muscle to moore league title Dave Hitchcock is shown go- ing through his free exercise routine during the Moore League gymnastics finals. GYMNASTICS TEAM. Bottom row lL. to R.l-Mehlmauer, Anderson, Wallace, R. McKenzie, Hough, Burton, Gordon. Second row-Trem- bly, Phillips, Mehlmauer, Hitchcock, Donegan, Bingham, Garris. Third row--Coach Dooley, Noland, Coyle, G. McKenzie, Statler, Higuerra, Nickle, LeGros 1emwz1:e f4w rw W nKwrwww"""'W"""" spUl'I's M1111Kan Yiarsusy Sport Records From Qept ' June '58 FOOTBALL Longest Run 89yds un 5 au1d 1951 gest Yass A731 s Groff 19 Largest core For 50 'os P0151 1 a1ns'c 40p'c 19 longest Ywlnt 455ds ay T11 er 1 ASKETBALL For 'os 111more 1956 'IO Chaffe 19 8 s Andersen 111 hes hest score 1nd-1v1dua1 Scor Track 100 'ID Dash 10 1 Corne1ius 957 220 YD DASH 22 A Dannov 1 40 'ID Dash 55 0 N-'111er 1958 880 'ID Bun 2 05 2 Hammond 1958 A 59 8 C1ark 1958 21 O M'11'C.0n 1958 1'oon 1958 1957 M11e Run Hurd1es s 15 5 N11 ol Cornelius all 19 8 958 w 1:11811 'rh1Td1e Broad Jump 20'1 4, H gh Jump 01dh Yo1e Vau1'o 'thompson 1 Shot Qui. ' L" Slocum 1958 880 'ID He1ay 1 8 Dan 'lruxtt 1958 Dxch N'i11e Ken Lyt1e Dick Hnddleston . . . V . 56, 3 o er ' Lon - d .. 56 S ' P o n n Ag ' , 5. ' . , 1 0 R ' 1 B , -'g t Score I - 899 . 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Nh- 9x"'f" f 'F fp 'V' Qw 'Z 'A ' . xi' I I' gf I .,, Hs ,UQ L , 1.7, ifudfkn 4 rx I .11 7' , 010. 4-fa,.p,' .tiff-,,.'zkhf1 'J' 3 ""'i ni! If ' P 'V -. .ri -.5116 ,Q ,,k:'A'1f:i.'?:3 gi I ' ' ,NNE -. Y. - A ,MQ , if 5 ' il' " v 'H O 'W 1. I ' I v 'ph ,Q mfg ' . - ' N11,1': 1,1 ll - I- X.f1l71'f'4"Q""f 1,'j ,Z U I 1 J' A 1 'i l Q QM -'-'ll s E I "lp 'Ml M. 1 2"- 'u I nxinv Af I' tw is , I 40 ao ' , ,f i .1-1 . f.. H 'b ' 11' vi fgifx 1:2 ' . Q, 1 i. ? .1 :QQ Q29 iii if -r F, 51 P4 .up Q rf: if 'I .. ' .QM 5-1- gggiyqgggzwaqgg:1jff!'xv:.'w+y:,w-f'rf'v. 1 W H u W--uv A-rw Wwwwvwggw N62-gow 9 . fig is Xi yoga YOGA. Bottom row-Nilson lPub.l, Maher lCouncil Mistressl, Perley 'A P lPub.l, Holbrook lPres.l, Brookshire lSec.l, Malone lPledge Mistressl, SNS-B9 60' Brookshire. Row 2-Schummer, Ericksen, Sandford, Hughes, Moore, Q Q Uhlenhop, Walker, Jacobs, Mathison. Row 3-Perez, Francus, Price, QQJDSJYVJ Nmx5Z,Q2--fQ- wiv- -f H It . s 0 on Xifwv Q.-N 'w -. -Sk-NQNQ cn, -G-axmofk. XQXQ-S 'X5x,iiL-ig X sv Qmrx. Kdqgf. X-ewb'kQJ'k . I 1 i eww? . SCQR' Some of the many activities participated in by the girls of Socii Social Club under the direction of their fall and spring semester presidents, Carol Mitchella and Bobbi lo Neare, are as follows Cake sale. clean-up posters for Millikan. rummage sale. picnic. pizza party, and a dinner The name "Socii" means comradeship. SOCII. Bottom row-Mitchella, Dixon lCorr. Sec.l, Neare lPres.l, Fish lPledge Mistressl, Lombardo lRec. Sec.l. Row 2-George, Harri- son, Byron lTreas.l, Ostach, Bosking, Dundas. Row 3-Lufhen, Boyd, Kindred, Summers, Keller, Strahan, Champlin, Holland WNW i, -,t, tx sim ,vllex socii 3 Q IOTA CHI. Bottom row-Lawler, Davis, Crabtree, Busch lVice-Pres.l, Vieira lPres.l, Curran lSec.-Treas.l, Shomaker, Green, Hodge. Row 2-Osborne, Larson, Foltz, Colburn, Morgan, Gammon, Grater, Moffat, Burke. Row 3-Johnson, Moore, Townsend, Carpentier, Irwin, Glasier, Farkas, Burke 82 ff X iota chi alpha omega kappa chi 'ly f I. My ? OMEGA KAPPA CHI. Bottom row-Trailor lVice-Pres.i, Fieger lPres.l, Petersen lTreas.l, Mudra lSec.l. Row 2-Walker, Patchen, Pankey, Meckler, Sleight, Tintle, Lankfort, Alu key club . KEY CLUB. Bottom row-Sanders, Teel, Hove lSr. Class Dir.l, Holton Hammond, Wallace, Hanchett, Cooper, Keeley iPres.l. Row 2-Meis- ter, Jones, Jerauld, Wright, Finney, Tiller, Kawaichi Ur. Class Dir.l, Stevens iVice-Pres.l, Swedell lSec.l, Cowfnowski. Row 3-Waslien Clark, Armstrong, Henderson, Clausen, Johnson, Thompson, Hen- drickson, Carris, Dortch 1 I The need for a third welfare club at Millikan has been ably filled this year by Sodalis Welfare Club. We have had many meetings, a candidate membership tea, and two install- ations. Our purpose is service to our school and community. 0 SODALIS. Bottom row-Bush lTreas.l, Michaels lCorr. Sec.l, Curran lVice-Pres.l, Blackburn lPres.l, Burdick iRec. Sec.l, Lynes lChaplainl. Row 2-Wells, Victor, Moberley, Witham, Owens, Mathiasen. Row 3-LaBelle, Greenburgh, Miller, Turnbull, Gibson DELTA PHI. Bottom row-Shklov, Swanburg, McGee, Ross lPres.l, DiDonna lVice-Pres.l, Pressley iSec.l, Klopp. Row 2-Gregory, Phil- lips, Pound lChaplainl, Norris, Huddleston, Kington, Lytle iTreas.l 7? N ,xt 1 1 delta phi Delta Phi was developed in 1956 with the opening of Millikan. Since then, it has spread to Lakewood High. The name, Delta Phi, dates back to 1902. when a group organized it in Illinois. The fraternity was designed for the development of the personality, In the fraternity the student meets many different types of people. both in the organization itself and in sororities with whom it has joints. ARPEGGIO. Bottom row-Johnson lTreas.l, Braddock lSec.l, Mathia- sen lPres.l, Thompson lVice-Pres.l, Fleeger, Joan lVice-Pres.l, Fleeger, Jan lVice-Pres.l, O'Brien iSec.l. Row 2-Hayes, Nielson, Frazier, Newell, Burke, Parrott, Jensen, Handy. Row 3-Neighbarger, Hen- derson, Yoseloff, Kawaichi, Mayo nw arpeggio FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA. Bottom' row-Finney lParl.l, Cooper lPres.l, Oldham iVice-Pres.l, Nelson iAct. Dir.l. Row 2-Burrola, Treosti, Dunkin, Blackburn, Lynes, Brennan, Smith, Hogan, Roberts, Gretter, Felton, Stevens, Vincent, Moen. Row 3-Waslien, Tiller, Jones, Hendrix, Martin, Brock, Rutter, Wheeler, Parsell, McGrew, Stockham, Norman, Thompson. Row 4-Cooke, Turnbull, Hove, Hall, Gibson, Larson, Hart, Myers, Ryther, Martens, Quinn, Tingley, Wit- future teachers of america ham, McDorman. Row 5-Hall, Gibson, Treosti, Jacobs, Dolim, Fer- Conti Perkins Pharrls Ra tmov Melom Scott f im VERMAN. Bottom row-McDorman, Loos iSec.l, Haney lVice-Pres.l, warrar lPres.i, Ruetze iTreas.l, Vavra, Wilmot. Row 2-Forman :hlee, Jerauld, Platten, Seimer, Peterson, McCoy, Miller, Robinson fallace, Barnes, Kohn. Row 3-Matteson, McKinley, Ingram, Hirsch nd, West, Campbell, Shklov, Neuharth, Tuman. Row 4-Pectol, einke, Kandler, Schulte, Vandeventer, Kelly, Bradley, Armstrong, 'own, Chaffee, Cooper I 1 guson, Martens, Williams. Row 6-Armstrong, 'Chermak, Chaffee, If I I D I Y' 1 1 german club The German Club was organized to promote a better understanding and appreciation of German life and culture. Membership is open to all students enrolled in German classes and others interested in German with the approval of the members. The club engages in such activities as trips to German movies, restaurants, and dances. It invites speakers and supports drives to encourage world friendship. P anchor club S L Le 1 -mf fi N564 ANCHOR. Bottom row-Shomaker, Felton, Older, Vincent, Lipson, Winnik lVice-Pres.l, Williams lPres.l, Martens lVice-Pres.l, Larson lSec.l, Dunkin lChaplainl, Aistrup lTreas.l, Terry lSec.l, Vavra. Row 2-Hosier, Linoy, Paulson, Kaplan, Hogan, Feuer, Smith, Lyon, Byron, Trailor, Dixon, Luthen, Blackburn, lrwin. Row 3-Fieger, Colburn, Foster, Niebuhr, Kelley, Zillgitt, Boyd, Burdick, Chitwood, Lira, Gret- ter, Hallenbeck, Clark, Norman, Victor, Rutter Anchor is an international girls leadership and service club. Millikan's club is one of many Anchor Clubs throughout the United States and Canada-all clubs are sponsored by a Pilot Club. Activities include service projects for the school and community. Membership is limited to 45 girls from all 3 classes who are active and maintain a "B" scholastic average with no "U's" in Citizenship. Achates is a selective leadership club for senior girls. Thirty-nine girls were chosen on the basis of leadership, activities, and service to the school. The purpose ot Achates is to provide support to school functions and to serve the school in any way possible. Members for next year will be chosen from active members of this year's junior class. h ACHATES. Bottom row-Myers, O'Brien, Hendrix, Martin, Colburn, ac Aistrup, Blackburn, Ryther, McCroskey. Row 2- Neare, Mitchella, Lindsey, Ferguson, Word, Cantile, Larson, Pettebone, Scott, Roberts, Crail, Burdick. Row 3-Turnbull, Roberts, Hart, Williams, Martens, Smith, Lont, Brock, Stevens, Foster, Norman, Dunkin emma. . K-4' , lx r SPANISH CLUB. Bottom row-Sweeting, MacAdam, Gretter lHist.l, Kelley lSec.l, Hogan lVice-Pres.l, Frank lPres.l, Sheeron lPres.l, Brockert lVice-Pres.l, Brennan lSec.l, Zillgitt lHist.l, Bridwell. Row 2- Metzger, Mack, Mangan, Burnstien, Harrison, Neare, Greenberg, Gibson, Carson, Roberts, Stepman, Kaplan, Lewis. Row 3-Ochoa, Rutherford, Martin, Lopez, Weinstein, Givens, Hoftert, Covall, San- ders, Older, McWilliams, Colburn, Polson, Farrell, Luckemeyer. Row 4--Beard, Henderson, Sexton, Swangel, Andersen, Kabler 5, na-if JJ. my :Qi rm LAMBDA SIGMA. Bottom row lL. to R.l-Nuckolls, Griffith. Row 2- Fisher, Costello, Stansberry, Walker lPres.l, Seate lVice Pres.l, Wise, Duncan-Sponsor. Row 3-Carter, Stansberry, Stapp, Tillman, Gilbert, Lewis, Peart, Cameron, Bastord, Bechtol, Peace, Herrel, Kavin , I Lv K spanish club lambda sigma A "' varsity club VARSITY CLUB SENlORS. Bottom row-Andersen, Higgins. Row 2- Jerauld, Bland, Rich, Culpepper, Forbes, McFadden, Pules. Row 3- Seeymour, Snyder, Oldham, Chaffee, Muilenburg, Erickson, Chermak, E Bunnett, Wilson, Poodry, Herbertson ,ukgifv .Jw VARSITY CLUB. Bottom row-Hensel, Herbertson, Bland, Piles, McDermott, Poodry, Brown, Sousa, Noel, McFadden, Milton. Row 2- Seymour, Snyder, Rich, Chaffee, Forbes, Bunnett, Jerauld, Ereckson, Oehler, Muilenburg, Montgomery, Bodnar. Row 3-Chermak, Clark, Rhoades, Bodnar, Culpepper, Higgins, Andersen, Wilson, Miller, Oldham, Ernst nm-inmugq ALPHA THETA CHI. Bottom row-Davis, Thompson, Cooper, Kawai chi, Griffithe, Sanders, Bill, Cooke, Meyer, Carver. Row 2-Canning Finney, Jones, Bower, Stevens, Kidd, Mayo. Row 3-Hammond, Tiller: Clausen, Henderson. Row 4-Meister, Rickman, Haney, Fecarotta Brown, Miner, Robinson, Montgomery, Swirczek I alpha theta chi 90 W . , ,, SALUS. Bottom row--Martin, Hendrix, Brookshire, Nelson, Lont Brock, Crcil, Stevens lPres.l, Gard lVice-Pres.l, Boosalis lRec. Sec.l Hedrick lCorr. Sec.l, Strain lTreas.l, Lindsey lChapIainl, Miner lPub.l Stepman lSgt.-at-Armsl, Coultrup lSgt.-at-Armsl. Row 2-Foster Peart, Maher, Walker, Winars, Word, Grout, Dolim, Holoubek Zucker, Graham, Ferguson, Tenenbaum. Row 3-Mathiasen, Thomas Whittaker, Copfer, Bosking, Ryther, Meltzer, Hayes, Chitwood, Jen nings, Myers, Keller, Gladstone. Row 4-Hanks, Silverstein, Edwards Lease, Thompson, George, Hart, Abbott, Copeland, ,Miller 1 I Q, I 3 5 COSMOPOLITAN CLUB OFFICERS Dr. Kohn, Marty Greenberg, Diane George, Bonnie Feuer, Roslyn Green befgf Kar Kruger, Mr. Van Steenbergen COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. Bottom row-Carpenter, Sheeron, Stowe, McCoy, Nicholson, Mack, Bridwell, Sanders, Tenenbaum, Bergland Ward, Roberts. Row 2-Turnbull, Gruttaduria, Grater, Heuvelhorst, Hoskin, McLaugllin, Gammon, Stark, Ralm, Coultrup, Michaels, Mar- tin, Schneider. Row 3-MacAdam, Platten, Brandmeyer, Applequist, van Sickle, Thomas, Melom, Moen, Lynes, Gibson, Witham, Wells, Hayes. Row 4-Roberts, Perry, Amers, Kelley, Hogan, Chitwood, Felton, Specht, Krauss. Row 5-Salmon, Fehrmann, Waldron, Metz- gar, Behrmann. Row 6-Kelly, Ingram, Kittilson, Parrott, Ellithorpe, Frazier, Sharrar, Miller, Talsky cosmopolitan 'Q 'fittin- MEDEA. Bottom row-Roberts lSgt. of Armsl, Baker, Nichols, Bruce iPres.l, Hines, Graham lHist.i, Tucker, Wilson, Fisher, Aldrigh. Row 2-Perez, Husser lTreas.l, Young iCorr. Sec.l, Fullmer, Parker, Stiner, Layman, Clark, Kluck, Cooper, Pierce. Row 3-Snodgrass, Rhinert- son, Young, Connell lRec. Sec.i, Carrier, Catlin, Goldsmith lVice- Pres.l, Lofgren, Wallace, Apatafor meclea Meaea isla Welfare Club at Millikaii with a purgaose ot sflgnpoxitigghgyiagltgtlgilrlfimggisgg participating in numerous welfare projects during t e year. e C u I put on cake sales. and visited a rest home. 3 K Q lc ,A - ,f ' is' ' K e ' 1 1 . 'M ' , . .IMS " ,V .. Q F34-' '. 1 -c-Emgdayyf 9 2 if 5 serfs B E 'f 'Q W Sr: 1 5 g W' wit?- Q SERFS. Bottom row-Buckingham, Watson, Mangan, O'Barr, Dela- quil, Miller, Beals. Row 2-Dizney, Henson, Hartley, Walker, Schoen- feldt, Cummins. Row 3-Odom, Sargent, Snyder, Patrick, Fullerton. Row 4-Nixon, Levy, Shrider, Humpal, Love. Row 5-Petersen, Radig, Puckett, Coleman, Camrin. Row 6-Young, Deckder, Burke, Rivard WX Q , Lak, '64 KX fel llc' F ' fl lftw We Spa, Rf .D X sf Q ,,,,T Anu wu- ANU. Bottom row-Gretter, Treosti, Anderson, Roberts, Holton, Lew- icki, Aistrup, Foist. Row 2-Martens, Planez, Davis, Martin, Boylan, Lyon, Skaggs. Row 3-Dunkin, Ford, Patchen, Jacobs, Holbrook, Rose, Badeley. Row 4-Stark, Porlier, Pettebone, Winnik, Sund- blad, Cook. Row 5-Pyles, Van Dyke, Pilgrim, Arnold, Klein, Cantile Q Anu Welfare Club was the first recognized welfare club on the Millikan campus. The purposes of this club are to help in community activities. to assist in the welfare work of the school, to promote spirit and to encourage leadership. Anu was proud of the fact that it was choserilas one of the fifteen finalists in the George Putnam Youth Award Contest which is held annua y. anu- co-winner of first annual "aries sing" r'1 ' . Q is .sms-.f wus-ui v JUNIOR STATESMEN Bottom row M C . - yers l orr. Sec.l, Miller lPub.l, Williams lTreas.l, Ferguson lVice-Pres.l, Hammond lPres.l, Ryther lRec. Sec.l, Oldham lPres.l, Lyon lCorr. Sec.l, Clausen lVice-Pres.l, Terry lParliamentarianl, Meister lSgt-at-armsl Row 2 Ste . . - pman, Sanders, Feuer, Rutter, Foster, Burdick, Lipson, Summers, Porlier, Dodworth Row 3 Old G . - er, ammon, Zucker, Bergland, Ward, Moen Blagg, Catlin, Graves. Row 4-Meyer, Brightman, Grogan, Keller, Vincent, Hart, Winnik, Miller, Bosking, Turnbull. Row 5-Lytle, Bar- nard, Wright, Henderson, Finney, Wallace, Hove, Swebell I co-winner of first annual "aries sing" l l 95 X l if D lambda zeta LAMBDA ZETA. Bottom row-Skelton, Hirst, Martinez lSec.i, Willing- ham lPres.l, Brewer, Sheehan, Light A .. .. photography club 96 luture nurses of america FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA. Bottom row-Brokaw lTreas.l, Col- burn, Hallenbeck, Paul lSec.l, Luster lVice-Pres.l. Row 2-Strong, Ross, Calhoun, Melino, Sperry, Mason, Henderson. Row 3-Chuffin, Kellerman, Cox l ushers club USHERS. Bottom row-McDorman, Bridwell, Orth, Salmon, Fenwick. Row 2-Wiedeman, Miller, Rahm, Brandmeyer, Plattenberger. Row 3-Kittilson, Kelly, McKinley , ,,,p, ,wi fi so - N msffgst, , H My scholarship society SEAL BEARERS. Bottom row-Burrola, Neare, Mitchella, Lindsey, Martens, Williams, Larson, Roberts, Martin, Pettebone, Kneisly, Row 2-Waslien, Dunkin, Norman, Foster, Thompson, Hart, Smith, Rutter, Badgley, Rose. Row 3-Keeley, Cooke, Conti, Wright, Teel, Green- berg, Meister, Pratt, Hall, Finney NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Bottom row-Kawaichi lTreas. 2nd sem.l, Teel lVice-Pres. 2nd sem.l, Badgley lSec. 2nd sem.l, Pettebone lSec. lst sem.l, Martin Nice-Pres. lst sem.l, Hall lPres. lst sem.l, Kidd lPres. 2nd sem.l. Row 2-Stowe, Sheeron, Lynes, Hogan, Chit- wood, Jennings, Parsell, Reitbord, Roberts, Martens, Williams, Smith, Mitchella, Michaels, Norman. Row 3-Fosnight, Thomas, Colwell, Amers, Parker, Felton, Neare, Anderson, Dunkin, Larson, Rutter, Zill- gitt, Bosking, Gibson. Row 4-Bostian, Waslien, Braddock, Burrola, MacAdam, Rose, Foster, Dolim, Brock, Myers, Finney, Winnik, Cat- lin, Bill. Row 5-Wells, Heywood, Stevens, Ryther, Hathaway, Kneisly, Thompson, Martin, Hart, Gibson, Hendrix, Lindsey, Melom, Raytinov, Sharrar, Meyer. Row 6-Vandeventer, Greenberg, Yoseloff, Mayo, Thompson, Meister, Wright, Gibson, Nelson, Roberts, Dortch, Pratt. Row 7-Waslien, Keeley, Cooper, Rhoades, Chaffee, Murphy, An- derson, Muilenburg national honor society council 63 executive officers eq ef-gf' GL '29 committee chairmen wg. girI's league 5 red cross club stage crew aillikan melodies crew public address crew stage craft Lti mnwmn' M ' 1- " ' Maaexvsfmnsawam, riding club Bottom row. lL to Rl-Paskell, March lsponsorl Smith, Stager, Jones, Jones lPres.l. Row 2-Mitchell Walker, lVice-Pres.l, Wilson, Foster, Shuler, Jumper Row 3-Leonard, Roberts, Robertson lSec.-Treas.l Van de Mortell, Roe, Kimball, Osborne. Mounted- , Weber l THESPIANS. Bottom rowlL. to R.l-Michaels lTreas.i Gadd lSec.l, Caithamer lPres.l, Harrison lVice Pres.l, Ferguson. Row 2-DeLucca, Lewis, Sleight Bedessem lSgt. of Armsl, Metal, Brennan, Roberts Rashkow. Row 3-Tayler, Elliott, Taylor, Warner Gilbert, Gordon, Singer thespians Managing Editor Buck Cooke lleftl and Editor- in- ChiefJim Hanchett dummy a page for an edition of the Corydon. Copy Editor Lynne Winnik lstandingl supervises while Jerry Kidd lleftl and Rider Cooey prepare their stories for the paper. News Editor Sandy Pettebone dictates to Jerry. Proof reading and copy reading are two of the more undesirable tasks on a newspaper, but Elaine Vernon lfar leftl, Carol Wells, Terry Patrick, and Joanne Williams tackle them with interest. 0109213509 The obiectives of the Corydon staff-to promote school spirit and to publicize the activities of the campus- have been met this year in the publication of a First Class Award newspaper. Under the direction of the sponsor, Mr. Topper Smith, and the edi- tor, Jim Hanchett, the staff worked diligently to make our newspaper the finest in the city. The printing staff was responsible forthe printing of the school paper. From left to right are: Clifford Johnston, Danny Truit, Ralph Owens and Clifford Kennish. The finished product is reviewed by staff members Bob Charlton, Arline Kaplan, and Carol l-leywood. One weekly ritual is the mailing of the exchange papers. Here Advisor Topper Smith, Business Manager Sue Scott, and Editor Jim l-lanchett complete this task. 1 i -!1 . bowHng if 'WM"dub -W' .,n.,,..........m execuive board Q' .hp g.a.a teams mixed sporfs synchronized swimming ,AWWMQQWQ , 6 W r v A ifiifzif V Jxyjfzfffzsc M baskefball advanced Jrennis go g cz a teams +e-nnis gwp? Qi , 1 Q A Q 2 3 i A Q5 " 1' - V9 .',-. L -, ' " " gf Q Qfziigi l? :TIE Qiffi 1 V'KL. f 5 fr' ' 3' 3 f. B 3F 'P - 'Y v 5. -- ' L Y' f in H ' ii ay if 1 3 5,5 iwvx f Qykwa+iQm-, Y " 1 1:55 , K n .N V: K 'A al ' ' L . ,. KT 3' '- ' x .gf I . ' . 1 ,,,. A: -1 My 515 fp, N ' 13' 4 NS?" I -I 1 L5 a if 'fa lwxe - . . . VU , , uw- " -5. 'Qi . " " f ' " , 9 J' ' - J P. .Q - - . ' .. , ' . . f f , S gif g'F HE??? ESEi5wFQ QQgQQwy . h W :s'fs N ? 'w1- i Wig: . . K -Vg.,,.wwW,.. K: - XX M, ,.v, . nZ,,,.L, basebaH voHeybaH badninfon lnirsmmw. , .. . - , 1957 homecoming queen-carole ccmtile Sophomore princess lleftl Marnell Cooper, Senior Princesses Bonnie Copfer and Sally Word, Junior Princess lrightl Sharon Lyon, and Queen Carol Cantile preside at Home- coming, first big dance of the year. Snowball again convenes at Millikan. Vickie Pyles lcenterl was voted Queen of the affair with her two Sophomore Princesses Terry Peart ll.l and Emily Kline lr.l A l snowball queen and her court Many dances were enioyed by the students of Millikan such as the Homecoming dance, Sadie Hawkins, Salus Shoeless Shuffle, Club Valentine, Military Ball and after game dances. school dances Q . . if s f AQ, 1 Millikan had very successful Homecoming activities includ- ing the whipping of our cross-town rival Lakewood High in the traditional Homecoming game. homecoming activities iw: 'HNUQF w ,Y A -1 f .V .-1215263111: 1 i ff '1glZ5l'55?55i'i'?i' . 1 if ,.13,l.1g:1.i 5 J-, K' Y -'M 3 'L ii? A .: f My ri' fx 2 ff Q 1' ' ' S 14 ii gg 5 ,Q T 76 1' 1 Af ,Y , fi AA in ' sr if I gr 'iff fb f'-xi ' ffl W7 ,CW ' I1 , NN.. N 'Z X i ,f 2 ,--' hx 'fi 131- ,Q , , Q: is .,A' 2 , . 3 , ' rw ' 'gm' x M S FL. 11.55 K N 12352,-x J, Q , .xp haf .aff 4 ' 1 .,..kf, 1' -AQ. 1 ,,... -.,-,....,-.. 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" "?k19:'5ff5T: , I ""k' ff f i E 1" fall sophomore class council SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL. Bottom-Rutherford, Young lPres.l, Gabor, Halberg Gray lSec.l. Row 2--Bird, Tenenbaum, Sanders, Wright, Bradgley, Fenwick, Feuer Row 3-Anderson, Cook, Farlow, Stark, Gladstone, Klein, George, Slrahan, Osborne Finger, Cross, Graves, Grogan, Van Steenbergen spring sophomore class council om-Montgomery, Robinson, Strahan, Stark, Porlier, Klein, Mack, Pilgrim, Finger ght. Row 2-Kelly, LaMont, KyLeen, Bergland, Gladstone, Feuer, Hayes, Hendry age, Cook, Farlow, Halberg. Row 3-Anderson, Kittilson, Grogan, Vawhurs, trap, Young, Kelly, Jones, Behrmann, Specht, VaVra, Cross, Francus, Johnson, ves HOMORE CLASS OFFICERS-Young lPres. Falll, Gray lSec. Falll, Stark lV.P, igl, Klein lSec. Springl, Porlier lPres. Springl. Not Shown: McElrant lV.P. Falll i l BERNERKER Bottom-Tyler, Hauser, Slater, Anderson, Freeman, Rechow, Berneker. Row 2- Q Weston, Daniels, Luckemeyer, Bachman, Butler, Ken, Sheehan, Koepsel. Row 3-Allen, Hall, ' Clegg, Foster, La Mont, Lee, Mangan, Clark. Row 4--Berry, Wylie, Comrin, Kelly, Burke, Etheridge, Heaston, Savaya, Paskell, King. 5 i .-+15 fi ' as . - . ' 2 fi - , ,:A. ., ' ,iZtk' i. ' 3 1 f .Q - i A K 1 59, l . i .,x, BOWER Bottom-Wilson, Wattis, Whitney, Spencer, Book, Siegel, Hensley, White, Bower. Row 2-Pavis, Steiner, Christensen, Ericson, White, Enk, Sweeting, Broman. Row 3-Arnold, Bruce, Eller, Cox, Boyle. Row 4-McCoy, Simmons, Balsillie, Campbell. Row 5-Snodgrass, White, Bergland, McFedters. Row 6-Pepper, Erickson, Duncan, Rudzinski. l BURCH Bottom-Holton, White, Peart, Eckoff, May. Row 2-Slosser, Coyle, Heimerson, Lanham, Martin, Bouton, Dennis, Davidson, Metal, Ureeland, Burch. Row 3-Haney, Thaxter, Cook, Gadd, Rinehart, Teter, Kittilson. Row 4-Harrington, Leifheit, Gale, Dotson, Vaaler, 114 Al an. BURCH Bottom-Kimbell, Fisher, Fullmer, Osborne, Hammond, Hodge, Rapelyea, Metzgar Chase, Bartlett, Brown. Row 2-Burch, Luesebrink, Cook, Strong, Montgomery, Perry, Moore Fryer, Forman, Schlee, Potter. Row 2-Nickle, Clark, Hunt, Maddox, Lease, Meyers, Peterson Kandler, Baird, Gregory, Potrgebie, Frey. BURCH Bottom-Barry, Rose, Perez, Kessingelr, Fehrmann, Betz, Bultman, Cooper, Farris, Burch. Row 2-Beer, Gabor, Snoddy, Trimmer, Fischbeln, Airhart, Schmidt, Lecour, McMillen, Lake, Souders. Row 3-Courdy, Barr, Roby, Horsager, Johnson, Petersen, Plambeck, Bush- man, North, Rodsater Salzman. BUSH Bottom-Bush, Baughman, Balderas, Ellithorpe, Brown, Dortch, Minir, Hein, Cave. Row 2-Kimball, Sante, Smith, Knoettgen, Robinson, Carteen, Hall, Orth, McDorman. Row 3 -Grogan, Kabler, Arnold, Bodtke, Lamb, Poss. Row 4-Hampton, Ringo, Rigas, Leurs, Fox, Kennedy, Owens, Ristivau, Renmus. BUSH Bottom-Messick, Norcross, Rahm, Jenkins, Williams, Clascock, Bush, Culotta, Jordan, Brooks, Hofmann, Evans. Row 2-Babb, Bowman, Rogers, Eslick, Frederick, Girard, Perkins, Cook. FOIST Bottom-McWilliams, Uribe, Wells, Foist. Row 2-Ferguson, Rester, Morgan, Chowen, Toppo, Eric-ksen, Porlier, Warming, Kelly, Martin. Row 3-Bird, Burney, Weaver, Ice, Cochran, Ewanclk, Hlguera, Hayes, Wheatfill, Dodworth, Chappell. Row 4-Flock, Bundy, Brown, Kraai, Phillips, Walker, Baichtal, Adare, Orcutt, Shaw. lxinl FOIST Bottom-Towner, Zippert, Dan Dyke, Finnern, Wright, Hutchinson, Parkhurst, Espelin, Foist. Row 2-Finger, Older, Messimer, Graves, Muir, Kash, Feuer, Harvey, Bland, Corcoran, Hollenbeck, Kendall, Row 3-Ahern, Miller, Hesch, Swiech, Hazard, Barish, Hardman, Kersey, Knopp, Brewer, Swanson. 1 MJ GREENWOOD Bottom-Tillman, Copeland, Lucas, Rowland, Brooks. Row 2-Perez, Chris- topher, Tompkins, Hermon, Taylor, Betz, Gammon, Hayes, Rubin, Greenwood. Row 3-Young, Yamagats, Jones, Vos, Mitchell, Sperry, Madsen, Beets, Specht, Tracy. Row 4-Locklin, Seward, Whipp, Anderon, De Luooa, Schulte, Jones, Ebernart, Wenger, Burn. HANSEN Bottom-Johnson, Carson, Hansen, Heinemann, Neniskis. Row 2-Hofmann, Gard- ner, Pepoy, Haley, Calhoun, Kyle, Anderson. Row 3-Edwards, Newman, McCall, Vicars, Hetch ocock, Frey, Corrasa. Row 4-Swets, Frank, Heinemann, Nomend, Schwartz, Stout, Aila, Gibson. E HANSEN Bottom-Hoskin, Hally, Nicholson, Muhlanberg, Klein, Champlin, Maek, Smith, Polson, Hansen. Row 2-Goldenberg, Larvie, McLaughlin, Tibbitts, Rosenberger, Dale, Jones, Vaughan, Ricci, Miller. Row 3-Shyler, McGee, Watkins, Wood, Plott, Sumner, Teinertson, Kloasky, Kashinsky. Row 4-Bradley, Watson, Marshall, Cooey, McKinley, Jackman. 149 ' x....., HANSEN Bottom-Hansen, Krauss, Truit, Dodge, Stark, Plattenberger, Meinke, Farrington, Vandevender. Row 2-Popejoy, Shibley, Bryan, Reynolds, Holderman, Sandars, Evans, San- toni. Row 3-George, Manley, Castle, Head, Miller, Auge, Wallace. Row 4-Allen, Wolfe, Sal- mon, Hitchcock, Rehpohl, Panagos. KANAREK Bottom-Kanarek, Willianis, Selmer, Wilmot, Stockdale, Roe, Bubar, Carpenter, Harvey. Row 2-Bewley, Covall, Francus, Crush, Vim, Tenebaum, Bill, Messmore, Spencer, Mason. Row 3-Timmons, Cross, Cook, Radig, Moty, Galaz. McAULlFFE Bottom-Jumper, Bridwell, Conley, McElrath, McDermott, Janeczko, Aldrich, De Page, Morrison, Cherry, McAuliffe. Row 2-Clark, Germer, Halsted, McCoy, Henderson, 117 Light, Norwood, Prunty, Diprete, Jolley, Ross. Row 3-Roberts, Donegan, Johnson, Layman, Gvermiller, Slaney, Schwebe, Schiffner, Swanson, Brightman. MCAULIFFE Bottom-Bartlett, Pa'rratt, Meissen, Brown, Finer. Row 2-Saum, Wiedeman, Jacobs, Wendt, Gray, Dew, Stoner, Palmer, Audiss, McAuliffe. Row 3-Wallace, Frank, Town- sen, Underwood, Strahan, Coultrup, McConnell, Behrmann, Ward, Spadapor. Row 4-Evans, Baker, McLaughlin, Stillwell, Millet, Gilstrap, Dull, Babb, Sanders, Milam. N . il 5, T U ! 8 an ti? 1 K ' S 3 :f' h ::a f ' ei McMlLLlAN Bottom-Omel, Kaplan, Badgley, Karr, Patrick, Martin, Walters, Tilley, Hedrick. Row 2-Rhodes, Pridonoff, Smiley, Fenwick, Beard, McDonough, May, Meyer, Lewis, Hendry, Lowder. Row 3-Hensel, Rakestraw, Yates, Winder, Glasier, Hoffert, Price, Johnson, Trapani, Dittmer, Mari. as-we ' if' . 1 .,, L+ . ,, . Q1 its sm Moberley. Row 2-Hirst, Allison, Kjorlun, Vidmar, Barnes. Row 3-Harvey, Peppler, quist, Steenson, Edwards. 1 f f' ROGOVIN Bottom-Walker, Earl, Cousins, Self, Cassidy, Rogovin, Tucker. Row 2-Salmon 118 Gordon, Stepman, Iverson, Lemons, Potter, Colenso, Harvey, Dallin, Begges. Row 3-Miles, Robertson, Davis, Seal, Schneider, King, Lakin, Osborne, Randolph. Row 4-Kopp, Newman, Williams, Mcllonie, Sundstrom, Preston, Kelly, Dorfeld, Williams, Boan. Hart, mm r X McMlLLlAN Bottom-Weinstein, Tuman, Swahn, Road, Wright, Funderbuck, Shwely, West, Van Sickel, Price, Neuharth, Victor, Dobry, Pectol, Nicholsan, Benny, O'Keefe, Ingram, Malm- URBANEK Bottom-Burg, Fischman, Ferraris, King, Blankenship, Lewis, Rineer, Reed, Mullen, Urbanek. Row 2-West, Farlow, Davis, Jamison, Holmes, Weinberg, Vandeemoortel, Allen, Snyder. Row 3-Meltcher, Ritzman, Graham, Le Gros, Cottrell, Firth, Krieger, Fitzer, Thiel, Mason. URBANEK Bottom-Hensel, Roah, Shuslter, Szekeres, Callies, Gilbert, Ahrenberg, Zucker, Green, Cooper, Urbanck. Row 2-Pyles, Franks, Parker, Schmeichth, Waldron, Lyon, Curry, Costigan, O'Connor, Frazier, Hay. Row 3-McKenzie, Mulhall, Herm, Frank, Tackitt, Blair, Bondesen, Latta, McGowan, Early, Stock. VAN STEENBERGEN Bottom-Maclnnis, George, Grayer, Heuvelhorst, Grant, Gladstone, Rector, Vavra, Johnson. Row 1-Van Steenbergen, Thayer, Bourke, Farkas, Leslie, Roberts, Matteson, Smith, Newland, Stockham. Row 2-Fink, Weaver, Lindley, Swanburg, Rickman, Streger, Suits, Lamberson, Braswell, Zelkouitz. VAN STEENBERGEN Bottom-Riley, Peace, Griffin, Rutherford, Hadland, Perry, Burke, Pater- son, Edmondson, Van Steenbergen. Row 1-Clapper, McKimmy, Rogers, Dundas, Johnson Lazar, Fitzsimons, Wagner, Berry, Stager, Hill, Weldon. Row 2-Stansberry, Quick, Marles Hawkins, Farris, West, Jakubik, Jones, Talbott, Harper, Finley. YOSELOFF Bottom-Yousloff, Nelson, Lavteri, Bubar, Skelton, Brewer, Roberts, Green, Horn. Row 1-Hopkins, Quatrone, Fingerhut, Muneill, Kelley, Lewis, Cook, Harden, Valenzuela. Row 2-Meinke, Foster, Zuelzk al, Wy nys, pyzkar Hirschland, Irwin, Albiston. dr 'IN Q0 'ewfpa 'X f 239991 .S If I ,iff My fy wil? RN? lfilfll ffl, lgllflmllf ilfiilf r all I, fy EEN lair? ggi fall iunior class council fl- A-up J FALL JUNIOR CLASS COUNClL. Bottom--Terry lSec.l, Winnik, lPres.l, Kawaichi lVice- Pres.l. Row 2--Blagg, Strain, Hogan, Jennings, Roberts, Ford, Martin, Planenz. Row 3 -Lyon, Walker, Phillips, Keller, Bailey, Perry, Martin, Skaggs, Davis. Row 4-Hed- rick, Graham,' Li son, Mantsch, Boskin Gard, Catlin. Row 5-Sexton, Rhoades, P 91 Holton, Pharris, Fosnight, Borswick Bottom-Sexton lPres.l, Lyon lSec.l, Kawaichi lVice-Pres.l. Row 2-Hendrick, Graham Greenberg, Blagg, Terry, Strain, Roberts, Martin, Planenz. Row 3-Walker, Lipson, Phillips, Mantsch, Perry, Skaggs, Davis. Row 4-Winnik, Niebuhr, Keller, Kelley, Bosking, Gard, Catlin. Row 5-Brown, Rhoades, Holton, Tidwell, Bishop, Pharris Raytinov, Sanders I I spring lunlor class council BERNEKER Bottom-McMahon, Gruttaduria, Beck, Alberini, Baird, Mattice, Holoubek, Boy- lan, Terry, Conrad, Arnold, Mr. Berneker. Row 1-Kallweit, McConnell, Sheurman, McPherson, Smith, Busch, Carrier, Roberts, Gonnell, Mayo, Garrison. Row 2-Miller, Dizney, Blodgett, Hoffdahl, Milton, Hammond, Bc.hl, Kinstle, Levitski, Lewis, Kravets. Lui BERNEKER Bottom-Lenz, Lankford, Jennings. Row 1--Clarke, Tekely, Kawaichi, Phillips Schroeder, Hendrickson, Graves, Weldon, Carroll, Norman, Marskell, Mr. Berneker. Row zi Henderson, Hoard, McBrien. Row 3-Baker, Noland, Wilson, Melino, Givens, Davis, McCona- hay, Slovick, Adams. Row 4-Graham, Niebuhr, Crabtree, Leonard, Fore, Swiech, Moffat Keller, Kenoyer, Van Dyk, Willingham. CURTIS Bottom-Rapelyea, Ladd, Strain, Blagg, Watson, King. Row 1-Willey, lrick, Newell, Theisen, Strain. Row 2-MacAdam, Catlin, Davis, Alu. Row 3-Kendall, Egner, Johnson, Gaifund, Grandfield. Row 4-Singer, Whittenberg, Owens, Montgomery. Row 5-Puckett, Griff, Odom, Walker. CURTIS Bottom-Caya, Tintle, Whittaker, Estep, Beck, Gipe K, Gipe S, Seibert, Miller, Nor- ton, Mr. Curtis. Row 1-Sanders, Forsman, Carpentier, Holzinger, Webb, Hedrick, lrwin, Sheeron, Webb, Gilson. Row 2-Kirby, Metal, Thompson, Swirezek, Fletcher, Olson, Marshall, Gardiner, O'Bryan, Ortiz, Knopp. HADDY Bottom-Mr. Haddy, Graham, Burns, Riggs, Mclntosh, Baker, Harrison, Walker, Long, Cave, Hathaway. Row 1-Griffin, Parker, Strickland, Kinslow, Brokaw, Jones, Vernon, De- neault, Koch, Eldridge, Smollen, Hobbs. Row 2-Borden, Fuller, Chad, Lawler, Graves, Wallace, Robie, Donald, Hutton, Conti, Dawson. KINKADE Bottom-Police, Martinez, Gamble, Lewis, Butler, Bale, Smith, Troup, Riester, Moore, Brown, Silva. Row 2-Lucas, McBride, Vandaveer, Cahill. i S .... Mr. Kinkade. Row 1- Lopez, Newman, Wyatt, KINKADE Bottom-Mr. Kinkade, Barlowe, Lopez, Bettis, Grimwood, Ashcraft, Proctor, Boyd, Mudra, Davidson, Clark, Seymour. Row 1-Douglass, Andersen, Mantsch, Pankey, Carpenter, Craft, Alwine, Campbell, Roberts, Caldarera, Dixon, Heinze, Jefford. Row 2-Howe, Henson, Tillman, Partin, Lucy, Patrick, Pharris, Sloan, Neighbarger, Kington, Gillmore, Geier. 123 4 35 3 . H5352 ', r .rr In .2 ' Q j S ' 2 5 YN t li KINKADE Bottom-Mr. Kinkade, Byron, Dotzer, Chaffin, Long, Ludolph, Millet, Perry. Row 1 -Holland, Burgess, Boyd, Ostach, McFall, Allen, Ferguson, Nielson, Milledge. Row 2- McDermott, Robb, Bill, Drake, Campbell, Humpal, Handy, Miner, Mehlmauer. Row 3-Provost, Rhoades, Ernst, Stud, Levy, Rank, Cool, Anderson, Radestraw, Chew, Gonzales, Crouch. lil KREPCOE Bottom-Priboth, Patchen, Ingram, Bruce, Higuera. Row 1-Mr. Krepcoe, McDor- man, Planenz, Martin, Morgan, Flitton, Clinton, Francis, Michaels, Winnik, Scott. Row 2- Spinelli, Enright, Holton, Bailey, Martin, Evans, Buckelew, Bingham, Lemder, Hite. Row 3- Kachler, Waslien, Hamel, Raytinov, Panagos, Kulkin, Kruger, Wolsh, Neal, Shepard, Braman. KREPCOE Bottom-Greenberg, Smith, Whipple, Guertin. Row 1-Morris, Munson, Nichols Nonis, Sleight, Brookshire, Robertson, Clark, Miller, Huddleston. Row 2-Arnett, Trembly Garland, Duckworth, Finberg, Mahaffey, Carson, Grant, Fisher. Row 3-Ashcraft, Herbertson Bowman, Kjorlien, Taylor, Sexton, Yoseloff, Zweifel, Leslx, Nuzum, Maclntyre. ni 7 KREPCOE Bottom-Mr. Krepcoe Snyder, Moore Trailor Mathiasen. Row 1-Barbero Buxton 124 Young, Lind, Evans, Bosking, Slagle, Munkittrick, Yeargain, Humphreys. Row ZL-Sutera, Jensen, Snyder, Mansfield, Headley, Schoenfeldt, Shelley, Kavan, Ruetze. Row 3-Bow ker. Houtz. Dunn. Tourney, Johnston, Edwards, Dull, lmbler, Sheehan, Luera. LONGACRE Bottom-Libby, Lewis, Farrell, Metz, Kibler, Lynes, Brandmeyer, Poodry, Paul- son, Braddock, Ford, Mr. Longacre. Row 1-Miller, Allfie, Melom, Brown, Ridenour, Woody, Gard, Price, Mathison, Wilson, Olson, Shomaker, Burke. Row 2-Stotler, Clarke, Rodman Pound, Lyon, Leeper, Murphy, Skibinski, Nixon, Gumm, Bentzien, Rico. LONGACRE Bottom-Summers, Fieger, Walker, Metzger, Torano, Sheehan, Atwood. Row 1- Perley, Green, Butterfield, Phillips, Meckler, Hall, Parsons, Smea, Ashley, Mr. Longacre. Row 2-Bult, Holliday, Schlee, Stowe, Bassett, Harper, James, Jenkins, Beclyley, Boyles. Row 3-Fuller, Petersen, Tidwell, Stirling, Bishop, Bodnar, Eggertson, Eldred, Beckal, Fuller. l l ffl l McMlLLEN Bottom-Mitchell, Burdick, Chitwood, LaBelle, Bailey, Kelley, Colwell, Rice, Starkweather. Row 1-Garr, Witham, Amers, Applequist, Parsell, Wells, Coots Gibson Mr. wcMi.llen. Row 2-Burk, Fosnight, Boughn, Bodnar, Miller, Vandeventer, Angle, Meyer, Talsky, oemg. PARSONS Bottom-Davis, Hogan, Hummer, Henninger, Graham, Sturdly, Schleger. Row 1- Bell, Hacker, Kneisly, Skaggs, Thomas, Zillgitt, Felton, Sinner, Young, Zuek. Row 2-Haight, 25 Brown, Brown, Smith, Bricker, Tiller, Barnard, Charlton, Wise, Kluck, Rutan, Bridwell. Row I 3-Lazar, Kennish, Sharrar, Palmer, Malldru, Shrider, Doe, Jacobsen, Walders, Carter, Berger, Love. f sw vga ,yay 1 mx D X 59' .fvfffj cr fe? ,f X I sf fjeffxl M . ov o 515' sf t?.'Xf 504C senior class council SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL. Bottom-Hart lPres. Fall, Sec. Springl, Fecarotta lPres. Springl. Row 2-Word lV.P.l, Crail, Nelson, Malone, Martens, Cantile, Pettebone lSec.l, Turnbull, Fleeger. Row 3-Hendrix, Aistrup, O'Brien, Neare, Badgley, Roberts, Rose, Ferguson lSec.l, Stevens, Thompson. Row 4-Lytte, Muilenburg, Stevens, Clau- sen, Swedell, Hove, Wallace, Canning, Meister, Finney ABBOTT, CHERYL SALUS, JR. STATESMAN, BIG SISTER, FTA, GAA, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, RALLY CLUB ADAIR, EARLENE AISTRUP, LINDA VP GIRLS' LEAGUE, VP ANU, KIDETTES, LEGISLATURE. SR. CLASS COUNCIL, JR. GUARD OF HONOR, ANCHOR CLUB, FTA ALBERINI, MARIE TRANS. FROM MASSACHUSETTS ALEXANDRE, ART ALLOWAY, ROSS ORCHESTRA, DELTA PHI, BAND, DANCE BAND ANDERSEN. STAN ALL CITY VARSITY BASKETBALL, VARSITY CLUB, CSF, NHS, CO'B BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR '55-56 N BETTY ANDERSO , NHS, CSF, LEGISLATURE, FNA, GAA, LATIN CLUB, JR. RED CROSS ANDERSON, GARY TRACK, VARS. FOOTBALL ANDERSON, JAMES ANDERSON, JUDY FLAG GIRL, PRES. ANU, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, CSF, GUARD OF HONOR, FTA, NHS, CO-CHAIR. MODES AND MANNERS ANDERSON, JUDY ANDERSON, KENNETH GOLF TEAM ANDERSON, RICHARD JV FOOTBALL CAPTAIN, CHI SIGMA, V FOOTBALL, GYMNASTICS CAPTAIN ANDERSON, SHARON PROG. JAZZ, COSTUME AND MAKE-UP, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA 4v"'Q' JU! 127 . ,F Sf" , . .+P 252 1'5" r 2 ,am X. Y :gi 'W i?faP.'afff'iM'.'4g ,L X iw ,.'!'y" 4 'ir , 'NO ,, 5--gp! I il? ws? .,,w., i wg 35 , , E W .5 1. h:'?1..5'jy, - I gy Q-.3 ARCHER, JIM ARMSTRONG, JOHN CSF, NHS, JV BASKETBALL, V BASKETBALL, KEY CLUB, GERMAN CLUB ARNOLD, JUDY SONG LEADER GIRLS' LEAGUE REP., B , LAMBDA PHI, YOGA, WATER BALLET, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, MODERN DANCE, FRENCH CLUB ATWOOD, SHERYL AUDISS, SHARON TALENT SHOW, MODERN DANCE BADGLEY, JANICE SEC. STUDENT BODY, JR. CLASS SEC., SOPH., JUNIOR, SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL, CHAPLAIN ANU, SPANISH CLUB TREAS., CSF, NHS, BIG SISTER BAER, TOM BOWLING, SWIMMING, FUTURE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, AIRPLANE CLUB Swag Lg: 4- I BAICHTAL, KERRY A CAPPELLA CHOIR, MADRIGALS BAKER ELLIS TENNIS, CRAFTS CLUB, BASKETBALL BALDWIN, MARVIN BANNISTER, JERRY RIFLE TEAM, RIDING CLUB, NRA, CCC, PHOTO CLUB, DRILL TEANI. COLOR GUARD BARBER, MARY SUE FTA, RIDING CLUB, SCHOLARSHIP, GAA BARKER, MARANNA CORYDON STAFF, PROG. JAZZ CLUB, SOCIAL DANCE, JR. RED CROSS, BIG SISTER BARNES, LAWRENCE GERMAN CLUB, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB BARNETT, CHARLES B BASKETBALL, BOWLING CLUB, ARIES STAFF, B TRACK, FISHING CLUB BARRE, ALBA GAA VOLLEYBALL MGR., GAA SPORTS COUNCIL, OFFICE HOSTESS, ADV. EIENNIS, BIG SISTER, COSMOPOLITAN UB BASFORD, LARRY LAM SIG VP, BOWLING, SOCIAL DANCE, PROG. JAZZ BATES, PEGGY FTA, BIG SISTER, GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL, FNA, YFC, LATIN CLUB, BOWLING CLUB, GAA BEALS, LARRY SERFS WELFARE CLUB BEARD, DAVE B BASKETBALL, CSF, SPANISH CLUB BECHTOLD, BOB LAM SIG, PROG. JAZZ CLUB BEDESSEM, MICHAEL B FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, TRACK, DRAMA CLUB, SCHOOL PLAY, VARS. TENNIS, RIDING CLUB, JR. RED CROSS BEDGOOD, DEAN NA BELL. BOB BELL, LINDA BIG SISTER, GAA, LATIN CLUB, LEGISLATURE, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE MODES 81 MANNERS, FTA BELL, MARCELLA GIRLS' LEAGUE BENNETT, BARD PHYSICS CLUB, SOCIAL DANCE, PROG. JAZZ CLUB, SWIMMING CLUB, MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB BERGDOLL, JERRY BIRCHUM, GERRY FBLA, MODERN DANCE, DELTA GAMMA PHI, GAA BLACK, ROGER 19' 'K 4-of :H -.5-, X Nl I I Si' "4nP"'f'5?' Ki: -A Q' fr' I Tai hx BLACKBURN, LINDA ANN FTA, KIDETTES, SOPH. USHERETTE, BIG SISTER, GIRLS' LEAGUE, ANCHOR CLUB, A CAPPELLA BLAGG, DONNA KIDETTES, OMNIS, A CAPPELLA, ARPEGGIO, CSF BLANDFORD, BRUCE MODERN JAZZ CLUB, ARIES STAFF BLAND, JIM VARSITY BASKETBALL AND BASEBALL, VARSITY CLUB BLIKSTAD, CAROLYNE BIG SISTER, BUSINESS CLUB, TENNIS CLUB BOGUE, DEANNA CSF, FTA, SPANISH CLUB, NOMA TYPING AWARD BOLTE, JACK A CAPPELLA, JR. STATESMAN BOND, MICHAEL CCC DRILL TEAM BOOSALIS, KATHERINE JR. STATESMAN, BIG SISTER, SALUS, JAZZ CLUB, BOWLING, GAA, RALLY CLUB, FTA BORK, YVONNE BOWLING CLUB, REC. SWIMMING, SKATING CLUB BOSTIAN, THOMAS GLEE CLUB, CSF, LANCERS, FOOTBALL, HI-Y BOTTORFF, JERRY VARS. AND JV FOOTBALL BOYD, JERRY BRADBURY, BILL TRANS. FROM GARDEN GROVE BRANTE, BONNIE BRENNAN, SANDRA CSF, FBLA, ADV. TENNIS CAPT., PHYSICS AND CHEM. CLUB SEC., SEC. SPANISH CLUB, GAA, TENNIS TROPHY BRICKNELL, BRUCE BRIEF, BARRY THADUS, JV BASEBALL, SLIDE RULE CLUB, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, PROG. JAZZ CLUB, SOCIAL DANCE, SOPH CLASS COUNCIL BROCK, SUE NHS, CSF, CHEERLEADER, SALUS, KIDETTES, FTA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA, LEGISLATURE, LATIN CLUB BROCKERT, VERNA VP SPANISH CLUB, FOREIGN LANG. CLUB, SYNCH, SWIMMING, USHERETTES BROOKS, SANDY MODERN DANCE CLUB, USHERS, STAGE BIG SISTER, ADV. MODERN E BROOKSHIRE, SALLY VP SALUS, YOGA, JR. STATESMAN, GIRLS' LEAGUE, LEGISLATURE BRUNS, IVLARCIA GAA BUCHHEIM, JOYCE BULLOCK, SANDRA CRAFTS CLUB BUNNETT, WILLIAM V AND B BASKETBALL, VARSITY CLUB, GERMAN CLUB, CSF BURKE, MIKE V BASEBALL, SERFS, JV BASEBALL, JR. STATESMAN BURDICK. JULIE V FLAG GIRL, ANCHOR CLUB, FTA, BIG SISTER, GIRLS' LEAGUE BURNS, NANCY BURNSTEIN, LEAH GIRLS' LEAGUE, SEC. FTA, GAA, SPANISH CLUB, BOWLING, JR. RED CROSS, MODERN DANCE CLUB, BIG SISTER Q ,aw ,:!,' Ff- 'N-si, BURROLA, ESTHER CSF, NHS, FTA, SEC. LATIN CLUB, GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE BUTT, BERTHA BIG SISTER, GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, OMNIS, FBLA CAITHAMER, JO ELLEN HOMECOMING PRINCESS '56, KIDETTES, GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL, VP THESPIANS. SCHOOL PLAY '56,'57, LEGISLATURE, WATER BALLET CALDARERA, LOUIS JV FOOTBALL, GYMNASTICS, SWIMMING, BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, MODERN JAZZ CAMPBELL, HARRY B FOOTBALL, B BASKETBALL, C BASKETBALL, GOLF TEAM, CHEMISTRY CLUB, CHESS CLUB CANNING, DON ALPHA THEATA CHI, WATER POLO, SWIMMING, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, FTA, LAPIDARY CLUB, SPEECH CANTILE, CAROLE HOMECOMING QUEEN, V SONG GIRL, V YELL LEADER, CO-CHAIR. ENTERTAINMENT, ANU, JR. AND SR. CLASS COUNCIL, HONOR GUARD, GOLD M, JEWELED M, JR. STATESMAN, ARIES, BIG SISTER, GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE CAROTHER, SANDI DELTA SIGMA PHI CARPENTER, WILLIAM BOWLING CLUB CARSON, JERRY SPANISH CLUB, PHYSICS CLUB, CHESS CLUB CARTER, BECKY PRES. ZEUS, JR. STATESMAN. FBLA, TREAS., TEAM LEADER, PROG. JAZZ, SOCIAL DANCE, RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVE CARTER, STEWART CARVER, JERRY ALPHA THETA CHI, V SWIMMING, V WATER POLO, V TENNIS CASHMAN, TIMOTHY V BASEBALL, VARSITY CLUB, LETTERMAN CASNER, MERRIDY BIG SISTER, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA, BOWLING, OMNIS, WATER BALLET CHAFFEE, DICK V FOOTBALL AND BASEBALL, VARSITY CLUB, NHS, FTA, GERMAN CLUB, CSF CHANDLER, BEVERLY FBLA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, FTA, JAZZ CHARLTON, ROBERT CORYDON STAFF, B FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAIN, ALL CITY B FOOTBALL CHARTI ER, MADELAINE CHERMAK, RICHARD V BASKETBALL CO-CAPTAIN, VARSITY CLUB VP, NHS, V GOLF, CSF, ATHLETIC COUNCIL, LEGISLATURE CHRISTENSEN, JANE OMNIS, WATER BALLET, STUDENT STORE, GIRLS' LEAGUE, MODERN DANCE, BIG SISTER CHURCH, ROGER CLAPPER, FRED CLARE, BILL CLAUSEN, KENNETH ALPHA THETA CHI, KEY CLUB, CSF, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, JR. STATESMAN, CROSS COUNTRY CLEVELAND, MICHEAL DELTA PHI, LAPIDARY CLUB, PHOTO CLUB, FOOTBALL COCHRAN, LINDA SCRIPTERS, MODERN DANCE COLBURN, JO-ANN PRES. GAA, CSF, TREAS. IOTA CHI ALPHA, SEC. FNA, GAA MINOR M. BIG SISTER, LATIN CLUB, BOWLING CLUB, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA CONKLIN, DONALD BTD, RADIO CLUB, JAZZ, MILLIKAN MELODIES, INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL REGENTS CONTI, RICHARD LEGISLATURE, PHYSICS CLUB, MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB, CSF -ab vq X fav yy-wwf-f 'Q Z5 W LI, .14 . N Buggy 'vi 'Wu :WJ 'Nw ,. ,wk COOK, JR., IVAN WATER POLO, SWIMMING TEAM CAPT. COOK, SHARRON SOCIAL DANCE, PROG. JAZZ, BUSINESS COOKE, BUCK CORYDON, CSF TREAS., ALPHA THETA CHI SEC., FTA, GOLF, GERMAN CLUB COOKSEY, JANET FTA, FBLA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, SR. GIRLS' GLEE, ZETA PHI PRES., JAZZ RECORDINGS COOPER, BRIAN V FOOTBALL, V BASEBALL, PRES. CSF, PRES. FTA, KEY CLUB, ALPHA THETA CHI, GERMAN CLUB, TREAS. SOPH. CLASS, LATIN CLUB COPELAND, NORMA VP AND CHARTER MEMBER SALUS, KIDETTES, JR. STATESMAN, BUS. MGR. ARIES, BIG SISTER, GIRLS' LEAGUE MODES AND MANNERS, PROG. JAZZ COPFER, BONNIE SALUS, YOGA TREAS., SENIOR PRINCESS, FTA, JR. STATESMAN CORNELSON, ROBERT CORREA, TIMOTHY COSSAIRT, LINDA JR. HONOR GUARD, soPH. REP., MODERN DANCE, FBLA, c OF c, USHERETTES, BIG SISTER COSTELLO, CHUCK TREAS. LAMBDA SIGMA, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, LEGISLATURE, FOOTBALL COSTELLO, CINDY GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL, MODERN DANCE, TRI HI-Y, REP. JUNIOR LEGISLATURE COWITT, JUDITH GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL, DELTA GAMMA PHI, SPANISH CLUB, RED CROSS CLUB, SCRIPTERS, R. STATESMAN, BIG SISTER, FTA, MODERN DANCE COX FRANCES CSF, FTA, JR. STATESMAN, GIRLS' LEAGUE, MODERN DANCE CRAIL, MARTY PRES. SALUS, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, KIDETTES, A CAPPELLA, JR. STATESMAN, JR. GUARD OF HONOR, BIG SISTER CREWS, ALICE CHAIR. ENTERTAINMENT, KIDETTES SONG GIRL, DIRECTOR SR. CHORUS' LINE, ORCHESTRA CRIBBS, DAVE JV FOOTBALL. V TRACK MGR., V FOOTBALL, SPORTS EDITOR ARIES, LETTERMAN'S CLUB CRUISE, GRAY CUMMINS, ALLAN SERFS, PHYSICS TEAM, PROG. JAZZ CURRAN, JOHN BASEBALL, TRACK, FOOTBALL, SKI CLUB CURRAN, JOYCE IOTA CHI ALPHA, ARPEGGIO, JR. STATESMAN, A CAPPELLA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, JR. RED CROSS, BIG SIST-ER, WATER BALLET DAVIS, DEWEY LETTERMAN'S CLUB, ART CLUB, PEP CLUB, TH ESPIANS DAVIS, RICHARD ALPHA THETA CHI DE CARLO, JACKIE GIRLS' LEAGUE, BIG SISTER, OMNIS, GAA DE LAQUIL, NATE PRES. SERFS, KAPPA RHO PHI, PROG. JAZZ DENNIS, THOMAS DENNISON, JAMES DRILL TEAM, BOWLING CLUB, RIDING CLUB fc' "K-1? '1 Ni.. :QR 15' ,M N1 I I' 3 A .IM wif :iii III ,sr 'fri' we , Y ,A Aaigigmf' 'img ,i -TQEQQW DEXTER, RALPH sm CLUB, CROSS COUNTRY 2 a DIcKsoN, KEITH V AJ F,if'l DI DONNA, FRANK 'W' VP DELTA PHI, INTERIM COUNCIL I ,HIEI 1' Prim 'nv 'rs' up---r if i R. T' "Q ww Qhhurf I1-cud' met' W .W if , I . . N.. I -'-. if I DOBSON, TOM DOLIM, PATRICIA SALUS, GIRLS' LEAGUE, JR. STATESMAN, JR. GUARD OF HONOR, WATER BALLET, FTA, GAA, BIG SISTER, LEGISLATURE, JR. CLASS REP. DORSEY, MAUREEN SEC. DELTA SIGMA PHI, FBLA DOWNING, RENEE A CAPPELLA, KIDETTES, ARPEGGIO MADRIGALS DRAKE, JERRY CHI SIGMA DUNKIN, KAREN V SONG LEADER. ANU, SOPH. V PRES., ANCHOR CLUB, NHS, GAA TENNIS, FTA, LATIN CLUB EDWARDS, MARILYN SALUS CHARTER MEMBER, KIDETTES, JR. STATESMAN, FTA, BIG SISTER, LEGISLATURE, SENIOR GLEE EGGERT, MARY TRANS. FROM JORDAN EHLE, LINDA ARIES STAFF, FTA, ZETA PHI TREAS., JAZZ RECORDINGS, MODERN DANCE, SR. GIRLS' GLEE EHMKE, BILLY FDA, DANCE BAND, STAGE CLUB ELLSWORTH, JEANETTE BIG SISTER, BACHELORETTES. MODERN DANCE, USHERS, SENIOR TALENT SHOW ERICKSON, ROGER VARSITY FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL, VARSITY CLUB ERICSON, SUSAN COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, RIDING CLUB, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA, FROG. JAZZ ERNO, BOB FOOTBALL ERWIN, BILL B FOOTBALL, JV BASEBALL, V BASEBALL FAIRCHILD, MARK CSF, GERMAN CLUB, MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB, NATURALISTS CLUB FARRELL, CHARLIE MANAGER V BASKETBALL, MANAGER V BASEBALL FECAROTTA, ALFRED SENIOR CLASS PRES., STUDENT COUNCIL, JR. CLASS PRES., V HEAD YELL LEADER, FALL SEMESTER ARIES EDITOR, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, ALPHA THETA CHI, CORYDON, JEWELED M FERENSTEIN, GARY FERGUSON, BERNICE A CAPPELLA '57, '58 FERGUSON, DWIGHT IOTA PHI DELTA, ELECTRONICS CLUB, BTD, ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL REGENTS FERGUSON, JEANNE SR. CLASS SEC'Y., VP JR. STATESMAN GUARD OF HONOR, SCHOOL PLAY SALUS, KIDETTES, ARPEGGIO, FTA, ANCHOR CLUB, A CAPPELLA, MADRIGALS, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, JEWELED M, GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL FERGUSON, JUDIE BTD, BACHELORETTES, PROG. JAZZ, MODERN DANCE, SOCIAL DANCE, WATER BALLET, SR. TALENT SHOW FINNEY, MIKE STUDENT COUNCIL, CO-CHAIR. OF ENTERTAINMENT, CHAIR. OF ACTIVITIES, V YELL LEADER, FTA, JR. STATESMAN VP, CSF, NHS, ALPHA THETA CHI, KEY CLUB, TENNIS, SR. CLASS COUNCIL FISH, JERI SOCII, PRES. OMNIS, KIDETTES FLEEGER, JAN MAJORETTE, ARPEGGIO, LATIN CLUB FLEEGER, JOAN HEAD MAJORETTE, VP ARPEGGIO, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, FTA FLEMING, GAIL NHS, GAA, STUD. COUNCIL, TRANSFERRED: JAPAN FLOWERS, DARRELL FOLEY, CECELIA rh- Jil' ""i.. 'Uv Q.,- ved A irjk. :- 'SS' VFW? '1:""" 1'-27: WY! g 337 if f ff -3, . ..,. , I ,. ff 1.1 l In 2 'E ff for V-,nr bc: .fin 495 "Nha 195' FORBES, ROBERT VARSITY CLUB, V FOOTBALL 2-YRS., B FOOTBALL FOSTER, BARBARA V FLAG GIRL, SALUS, ANCHOR CLUB, JR. STATESMAN, CSF, HONOR GUARD FOSTER, GENE GYMNASTICS '58, WATER POLO FRANK, ALAN SPANISH CLUB, FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB, JR. RED CROSS FREITAG, ELLEN RIDING CLUB, SOCIAL DANCE FROH NAU ER, KAROLYN GIRLS' LEAGUE FRYER, PEN ELOPE WATER BALLET FULLER, DOROTHY CSF, FTA, ART CLUB FULLERTON, TOM SERFS, PROG. JAZZ CLUB FULTZ, CHUCK V FOOTBALL, PRINT STAFF OF CORYDON GADD, SARA IOTA CHI, FTA, THESPIANS, FNA, KIDETTES, JR. STATESMAN GALLANT, PATRICIA FNA, COSMOPOLITAN, BOWLING CLUB BIG SISTER GALLANT, PAULITA FNA, COSMOPOLITAN, BIG SISTER GAMBLE, DICK CHI SIGMA TREAS., PROG. JAZZ CLUB GAMMON, JULIE IOTA CHI ALPHA, JR. STATESMAN, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA, BOWLING, TENNIS, GAA ART 81 DEC COMMITTEE, BIG SISTER GEE, BARBARA PRES. RHO TAU OMEGA GIBSON, KENNETH BASKETBALL LETTERMAN '57, REP TO CALIF. BOYS' STATE, NHS, CSF, FTA, A CAPPELLA CHOIR, BOYS' GLEE, OPERETTA '58, MADRIGALS GILBERT, RICHARD LAMDA SIGMA, PROG. JAZZ CLUB GILLOCK, PAULINE V SONG LEADER, KIDETTES, FTA, ARPEGGIO GOLENOR, BOB VARSITY FOOTBALL GORDON, JOHN GYMNASTICS, CHI SIGMA GRAUER, PHIL GREENBERG, MARTY CSF, TRACK '56, '57, '58, LATIN, CHEMISTRY, SCIENCE GRETTER, MARCIA VP ANU, GIRLS' LEAGUE TREAS., GIRLS' LEAGUE EXECUTIVE BOARD, MODES AND MANNERS, FTA, SPANISH CLUB, BIG SISTER GRIFFIN, RONALD V BASEBALL 2-YRS., V BASKETBALL GRIFFITHE, TOM PRES. ALPHA THETA CHI, NHS, ART EDITOR ARIES STAFF, CSF GRIGGS, LARRY GROFF, DAVE V FOOTBALL 2-YRS, V BASKETBALL 2-YRS, V BASEBALL 3-YRS, B FOOTBALL B BASKETBALL GROGAN, RICHARD GRSKOVICH, ADRIENNE OMNIS, WATER BALLET, GIRLS' LEAGUE 'Vin .f-vans, 19' 1' 'K if Y if 'W If- -'w .,..'!' 'hd 'U"'f""' H9 TPB' 'suv- 'lv-'I GUERRA, OLIVIA USHERS CLUB, SPANISH CLUB, PROG. JAZZ, BTD, GAA GULLIKSON, GARY MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB GUMM, PRESTON GUSTINE, BRAD V FOOTBALL, B TRACK, THADUS, CAPTAIN B FOOTBALL 81 TRACK, ALL CITY B FOOTBALL GUTHRIE, JOHN HALL, BOB CSF, NHS PRES., V FOOTBALL, V TRACK, V CROSS COUNTRY, JR. STATESMAN, PRES. 81 VP ALPHA THETA CHI, FTA, A CAPPELLA CHOIR HALLENBECK, KATHERINE ANCHOR, PRES. DELTA SIGMA PHI, PRES. FTA HAMMOND, MARSHALL PRES. JR. STATESMAN, ALPHA THETA CHI, KEY CLUB, B TRACK, V FOOTBALL, V TRACK, V CROSS COUNTRY, STUDENT GOVERNMENT, CSF, WINGFOOT CLUB HANCHETT, JAMES EDITOR CORYDON. SPORTS EDITOR CORYDON, SPORTS EDITOR '57 ARIES, B FOOTBALL, KEY CLUB, NHS, CSF, WORLD FRIENDSHIP CLUB, SCRIPTERS 4th PLACE NAJD CONTEST HANNAH, GEORGIANNE SR. TALENT SHOW, FNA, MODERN DANCE, BIG SISTER, CHRISTMAS CONCERT HARDEN, JUDI LYNNE GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, DELTA TAU SIGMA, LEGISLATURE, TENNIS, GIRLS' GLEE, SWIMMING HARRIS, BARBARA LOU FBLA, USHERS, BOWLING CLUB HARRIS, LINDA MODERN DANCE, JR. 81. SR. GLEE, GAA, WATER BALLET, RACING 84. DIVING, PBX, OPERETTA HARRIS, ROBERTA FNA, SPANISH CLUB, GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, FBLA, BBG, BIG SISTER HART, LINDA STUDENT BODY SEC., JR. GUARD OF HONOR, SEC. INTERIM COUNCIL, PRES. SR. CLASS, SALUS, NHS, CSF, KIDETTES, FTA, JR. STATESMAN HARTLEY, WARREN B FOOTBALL '56, B TRACK '57, V TRACK '58, SERFS HATHAWAY, LOLA NHS, CSF, GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, SR. SIRLS' GLEE, BIG SISTER, SPANISH LUB HAUSER, MARILYN TRANS. FROM WILSON, FROG. JAZZ HAWKINS, DON HECKENDORN, SYLVIA KIDETTES, SR. GIRLS' GLEE HEINEMANN, PRISCILLA V SONG LEADER, JR. STATESMAN, PRES. TENNIS CLUB, GIRLS' LEAGUE, ANCHOR CLUB, GAA, LEGISLATURE HENDRICKSON, MARIANNE ESF, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, LATIN LUB HENDRIX, GAIL SALUS, CSF, NHS, DRILL TEAM, SR. CLASS COUNCIL HENNING, FRANK HENRY, MIKE V LETTERMAN, TRACK, BOWLING CLUB HENSON, JERALD MILLIKAN MELODIES, AUDIO-VISUAL CREW, STAGE CREW HERBERTSON, DAVID V BASKETBALL, B BASKETBALL HERDER, WILLIAM HERRELL, JIM BASEBALL, LAMBDA SIGMA, OUTCASTS HEYTNOOD, BONNIE A CAPPELLA CHOIR, DRILL TEAM A 'Q' 'VON 'Nui HICKMAN, TIM THADUS, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, LEGISLATURE HIGGINS, STACY V BASKETBALL, VARSITY CLUB, V BASEBALL HOLBROOK, COLETTE PRES. YOGA, ANU, SR. LEGISLATURE, SOPH. COUNCIL, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, PROG. JAZZ HOLLINGSWORTH, JOYCE FNA, FRIENDSHIP, BIG SISTER HOLLIS, VIRGINIA SALUS, ANCHOR, JR. STATESMAN, SKI CLUB, GIRLS' LEAGUE, BIG SISTER, GAA HOLTON, MARIDON PRES. ANU, KIDETTES, LEGISLATURE, GIRLS' LEAGUE, BIG SISTER HOOPER, TOM SKI CLUB, ELECTRONICS CLUB, RIDING CLUB, BTD, ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL REGENTS HORN, CAROLYN GIRLS' SPORTS, GERMAN CLUB, GOLF, BIG SISTER HOSIER, JILL ANCHOR CLUB, SKI CLUB, GAA TENNIS, GIRLS' LEAGUE, BIG SISTER HOIJGH, THOMAS GYMNASTICS TEAM, A CAPPELLA CHOIR, CHRISTMAS PROGRAM, DANCE cLuB, PROG. JAZZ HOVE. PHIL FTA, JR. STATESMAN, KEY CLUB. SR- CLASS COUNCIL, LEGISLATURE, TENNIS HUBBARD, GARY TRANS. FROM JORDAN HUGHES, FRED CANTEEN MEMBER HUGHES, SUE YOGA, zEuS, KIDETTES, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, JR. RED CROSS, PROG. JAZZ, JR. STATESMAN, CSF HULETT, DICK HUNTINGTON, JOHN LAB ASSISTANT, FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD IRICK, CHARLOTTE TRANS. FROM BANNING HIGH JACKSON, DON PHYSICS CLUB, SWIMMING TEAM, SCIENCE AND MATH CLUB JACOB, JOHN CSF, BAND, TENNIS, JR. STATESMAN JACOBS, VALERIE YOGA, ANU, GAA, BIG SISTER JAESCHKE, ROBERT CCC, BOYS' DRILL TEAM JERAULD, JIM FOOTBALL, BASEBALL, BASKETBALL XARSITY CLUB, KEY CLUB, GERMAN LUB JAEKE, LINDA BACHERLORETTES, PROG. JAZZ, SR. TALENT SHOW JOHNSON, ALAN KEY CLUB, B TRACK, V CROSS COUNTRY, LATIN CLUB, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB JOHNSON, KATHRYN ARPEGGIO, A CAPPELLA, CORYDON, BIG SISTER JOH NSON, TONY V WATER POLO, MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB JONES, EARL SWIM TEAM, WATER POLO FTA JR STATESMAN, KEY cLuB, ALPHAITHIETA CHI JONES, KATHY M CLUB, RIDING CLUB, GAA JUNIER, DION STAGE CREW, PHOTO CLUB, BOWLING CLUB KARALIS, CONNIE TRANS. FROM WILSON Iivx 'rr-" EVN i wife' v-h i. . -iii f il-Jil. ' A I x r' '14 'n. ,if .af 'NE' KAVIN, RICK LAMBDA SIGMA, PROG. JAZZ KEELEY, ROBERT PRES. KEY CLUB. JV BASKETBALL, B TRACK, VP COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, CSF, FTA, GERMAN CLUB, PRES. CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS CLUB KEENER, PAULETTE KIDETTES, SR. GIRLS' GLEE, JAZZ, YFC KELLERMAN, ELLEN DELTA GAMMA OMEGA, FNA, ORCHESTRA, GAA, ARPEGGIO, CSF KIDD, JERRY BOYS' STTE REP., CSF, NHS, FTA, ALPHA THETA CHI, V TENNIS, PHILOSOPHY CLUB KIVINSKI, PAUL B FOOTBALL, B SWIMMING, THADUS KLOPP, DARRELL DELTA PHI, V WATER POLO, V SWIMMING KNEISLY, PATRICIA NHS, CSF, LEGISLATURE, A CAPPELLA, SR. GIRLS' GLEE, LATIN CLUB, GAA KNIGHT, DAVID LAPIDARY CLUB, TRANS. FROM WILSON KNIGHT, WALTER KRAMM, LARRY PLANS AND TRAINING OFFICER CADET CORPS, PHOTO CLUB KRUGER, KAI CROSS COUNTRY, MUSIC CLUB, PHOTO CLUB, EXCHANGE STUDENT FROM NORWAY, TRACK LA FLAMME, HAROLD ARIES STAFF, JAZZ CLUB, TRANS. FROM DEWEY LAMBERSON, LAURA MODES AND MANNERS, SWIMMING gkLAB, TENNIS CLUB, SKATING CLUB, LARSON, DIANE A CAPPELLA, SR. GIRLS' GLEE LARSON, JONEL IOTA CHI VP, JR. STATESMAN, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA, JOURNALISM CLUB, FNA VP, BOWLING CLUB LARSON, LINDA CORR. SEC. GIRLS' LEAGUE, KIDETTES ANCHOR CLUB, SCHOLARSHIP, NHS, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, JR. STATESMAN, FTA, BIG SISTER, SR. GIRLS' GLEE, JEWELED M LAVERTY, JAMES LAWLER, JEANNE IOTA CHI, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, GAA, BOWLING LEE, JOHN LELAND, ROBIN SWIMMING, JAZZ CLUB, TALENT SHOW LEM MON, CAROL FBLA, GAA, BOWLING CLUB, SWIMMING CLUB, RAM ROOTER LENTZ, JEANNE BAND, JR. CLASS PLAY, GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, PRECISION DRILL TEAM, TRANS. FROM IOWA LEONARD, PATRICIA RIDING CLUB, LATIN CLUB, TRI-GRAY Y LEADER, TENNIS, RIFLE CLUB, Y- TEENS. FNA, FDA, DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB LEVITT, ARTHUR GYM NASTICS CLUB LEWICKI, SHARON V SONG LEADER, KIDETTES, OFFICER IN ANU, LEGISLATURE, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, GIRLS' LEAGUE, BIG SISTER LEWIS, JIM LAMBDA SIGMA LIEBERMAN, PATRICIA THESPIANS, JR. STATESMAN, SCHOOL PLAY, DANCE CLUB, SPANISH CLUB LINDSEY, JOAN V FLAG GIRL, PRES. SALUS, JR. CLASS VP, NHS, JR. STATESMAN, CSF, GUARD OF HONOR, KIDETTES LINDY. BARBARA ANCHOR. FBLA, GIRLS' LEAGUE BOWLING CLUB, USHERS, C OF' C, RALLY CLUB Swv 'lava-nn' if if 146 'if' 'IR 'QL' A-.2 'EB' '-vs..-1-Q yi Q' ,X ,fy .i Q '1 I 3 H I x f mf gk LQ... .UI ' K' . , fn- VJ , 'hu-lf' fm.-1 in 'R 'np LIRA, FELICE ANCHOR CLUB, BOWLING, GIRLS' LEAGUE, HONOR GUARD, SPANISH CLUB. JR. RED CROSS LIVINGSTON, GEORGE JV BASKETBALL, SWIMMING, JV FOOTBALL LOCKETT, JACK LOMBARDO, ANN SOCII, ARPEGGIO, A CAPPELLA, JR. STATESMAN, KIDETTES, BIG SISTER, GAA, SWIMMING, SEC. FNA LONG, LAU RY LONT, JOYCE SALUS, FLAG GIRL, JR. HONOR GUARD JR. STATESMAN, ARPEGGIO, BIG SISTER LOOS, LYNDA HOMECOMING PRINCESS, GUARD OF HONOR, DRILL TEAM, GAA, GERMAN CLUB, ADV. TENNIS, MODES AND MANNERS, TRANS, FROM BEVERLY LOPEZ, EDMUND SPANISH CLUB, RADIO CLUB. GYMNASTICS CLUB LUCAS, DICK B FOOTBALL, LEGISLATURE LUCAS, DOUGLAS SKATING CLUB, BOWLING CLUB LUDT, MICHAEL PHYSICS CLUB, RAM ROOTERS LUNTTA, PATRICIA JR. RED CROSS, DANCE CLUB LUSTER, CHARLOTTE USHERS, GAA, BOWLING, GIRLS' LEAGUE , LYTLE, JAMES JR. STATESMAN, V TRACK, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, DELTA PHI, STAGE CREW MCCLURE, PATRICIA ZEUS CORR. SEC., REC. SEC., TREAS., JAZZ CLUB, MODERN DANCE, SR. CLASS COUNCIL MCCOOL, DON MCCROSKEY, JUDY KIDETTES, JR. STATESMAN, GUARD OF HONOR, ZEUS, BIG SISTER, ASSISTANT LEGISLATURE REP. MCDONALD, RONNIE RIFLE TEAM, ELECTRONICS CLUB, NATURALIST CLUB MCFADDEN, JIM JV V BASEBALL, THADUS MCGEE. JOHN DELTA PHI DIRECTOR OF MUSIC, BAND 3-YES., ORCH. 2-YRS., DANCE BAND MCGREW, KAREN GAA EXEC. BOARD, RIDING CLUB, SPANISH CLUB, SEC. TREAS. "M" CLUB, OFFICIALS TEAM, GIRLS' LEAGUE COMMITTEES MCINTOSH. JAMES RADIO CLUB, PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY CLUB, CSF MCKENZIE, RODNEY GYMNASTICS 2-YRS., B WATER POLO, BAND 3-YRS. MCKITTRICK, JANICE JAZZ CLUB, SOCIAL DANCE MaCBEATH, SHEILA DELTA SIGMA PHI, CSF, WATER BALLET MAHER, KATHLEEN YOGA. SALUS, JR. STATESMAN, SKI, SWIMMING AND DIVING, MODES AND MANNERS MALONE, PATRICIA JR. CLASS VP, JR. SR. CLASS COUNCIL, SEC. YOGA, ANU, JAZZ, LEGISLATURE, GIRLS' LEAGUE ART 81 DEC. COMM. MANGAN, JAMES TRACK, CROSS COUNTRY, FOREIGN EASEUAGE CLUB, MATH AND SCIENCE MARKWITH, JIM SWIMMING MARNELL, FRANK Cn... ff. gh , I za ,av If Vs fm, - 5-Shan 'ff 1 f fm, ' A Wiz 1 ',,fg,:vy g,1'ffwE1..iqi? I .- I, . ,. SfJfffWf11f-, 4 f J-mf ..v3f.f5..4zf . H QI' -1 X 35.5 . S' 1,-.55 Mm, x F ' ', n. W . Q ix 'P ' i ,f 1 .--I Hx W A I 'SS' fri 'ms MARSH, BILL BTD MARTENS, RUTH ANN GIRLS' LEAGUE PRES., INTERIM COUNCIL, ANU, VP ANCHOR, REC. SEC. COUNCIL CSF, NHS, KIDETTES, SR. , ELASSCCOUNCIL, FTA, BIG SISTER, OF MARTIN, DIXIE SALUS, KIDETTES CAPTAIN, VP NHS, CSF, FTA, ANCHOR, GIRLS' LEAGUE MARTINICH, SHARON GAA, LATIN CLUB, SCIENCE CLUB MASON, ELAINE DELTA GAMMA OMEGA, ARPEGGIO, LATIN CLUB, BAND, ORCHESTRA, FNA, GAA, USHERS MATHIASEN, HELLE SALUS, ARPEGGIO, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, GAA, FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT MATHISON, RAY BTD, ELEC. INDUSTRIAL REGENTS MEADOWS. COLLETTE SOPH CLASS COUNCIL, GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL, WATER BALLET, FBLA MEDHURST, ELIZABETH CADET TRAINING, PROG. JAZZ, GIRLS' LEAGUE, OMNIS MEHLMAYER, LEONARD ORCHESTRA, GYMNASTICS TEAM CAPTAIN, CIF, LETTERMAN, VARSITY CLUB MEISSEN, CAL "C" TRACK, "B" TRACK, V CROSS COUNTRY, SKI CLUB MEYERS. MICHAEL FLEO, ELECTRONICS MILBERG, DON ELLA MILLER, DARLENE PUB. CHAIR. GIRLS' LEAGUE, PUB. JR. STATESMAN, GUARD OF HONOR, ARPEGGIO, BAND MANAGER, LBYCC, CSF, LATIN CLUB, FTA, LIBRARY YOUTH COUNCIL, FNA MINER, AL ALPHA THETA CHI, FTA, PHYSICS CLUB, DE MOLAY, SPANISH CLUB, CHESS CLUB MITCHELLA, CAROL CSF, KIDETTES, NHS, SOICII, JR. STATESMAN, FTA, GIRLS' LEAGUE MONTRELLA, .IIM SWIM 8. WATER POLO TEAM, KEY CLUB MOORE, GEORGE V SWIMMING, CYFC, RIDING, FBLA MORAN, JAM ES MORELAND, BILL JOURNALISM STAFF MORENO, ROBERT MUSIC CLUB MUILENBERG, JAN ALL-CITY V FOOTBALL, V TRACK, B FOOTBALL 81 TRACK, VARSITY CLUB, CSF, FTA, SR. CLASS COUNCIL MULLENS, JIM SKI CLUB, SWIM CLUB, LAPIDARY CLUB MULLENS, JOAN JR. STATEMAN, SYNCHRONIZED SWIM, SKI CLUB, DELTA SIGMA PHI, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, GERMAN CLUB, ADV. TENNIS, GAA, RIDING CLUB, GIRLS' LEAGUE FRIENDSHIP MURDOCK, LARRY MEYERS. DIANE SALUS. JR. GUARD OF HONOR, KIDETTES, NHS, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, LEGISLATURE, coRR. ssc. JR. sTATEsIvIAN, GIRLS' LEAGUE, csr NASH, SUELLEN BOWLING, GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, RAM ROOTERS NATHAN, VIVIANE COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, BOWLING CLUB, GIRLS' LEAGUE, FBLA, CSF NATION, JANET FBLA, BIG SISTER, PUB. COMM. GIRLS' LEAGUE, BOWLING CLUB NEARE, BARBARA SOCII TREAS., SR. CLASS COUNCIL, KIDETTES, GUARD OF HONOR, JR. STATESMAN, SPANISH CLUB al?" 'id 'tx 'Qi- ...Q-v"' K iw A ,yi ,L A J 1 'I 3 ,Q 'QS Q"-vu 'lim- if Vx Bllfx his I... Rican ' 'Z gyms I giijg QEQEERELLQQL NELSON, LINDA NHS, CSF, CO-CAPTAIN KIDETTES. TREAS. SALUS, A CAPPELLA CHOIR, HONOR GUARD, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, FTA, ANCHOR CLUB NELSON, SANDRA B SONG SOPH CLASS COUNCIL, YOGA, V FLAG IGIRL, KIDETTES, GUARD OF HONOR, GIRLS' LEAGUE, PROM COMMITTEE NELSON, SANDRA FBLA, USHERS NEWLIN, FRANCIS CCC, DRILL TEAM NEWMAN, JAMES PHYSICS CLUB, MATH 81 SCIENCE NIBLOCK, LARRY A CAPPELLA CHOIR, TRANS: KANSAS NICHOLSON, IRVIN CROSS COUNTRY, TRACK, CO-CHAIR. ENTERTAINMENT NIXON, PHIL V FOOTBALL, V TRACK, SERFS NOBLE, HANK THADUS, SKI CLUB, BASKETBALL NoLAN,GARY CAMERA NORMAN. JOYCE GAA PRES.. ANCHOR CLUB, JR. STATESMAN, CSF, HONOR SOCIETY, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, FTA, BIG SISTER NORRIS, RAYMOND DELTA PHI, ARPEGGIO, DANCE BANE SINGER NORTON, JOSEPH JAZZ CLUB NUMBERS, VICTOR OCORR, NANCY KAPPA PHI GAMMA OCORR, ROGER OLDHAM, MIKE PRES. VARSITY CLUB, VP STUDENT I A. 4' fag- x BODY, JR. STATESMAN, VP FTA, CSF, . v FOOTBALL, v TRACK, Jv BASKETBALL . " A -FOOTBALL, ALL CITY FOOTBALL I , ' - A '56-57 . - -TT1 - OLIVER, GEORGE at . . , f Lrhkh N- I 1 . JL ',.g S- 4- '-mffsflf' ws., f OVERHOLSER, JOEL JAZZ OWENS, GAIL CSF, SPANISH CLUB, KIDETTES PARK, PRISCILLA A CAPPELLA CHOIR, KIDETTES PARTIN, JIM PATRICK, TED SWIMMING TEAM, SCRIPTERS, JAZZ CLUB PATRICK, TERRY KIDETTES, DELTA SIGMA PHI, ANCHOR CORYDON STAFF JL PATTEN, GENE PAUL, JANET ANN A CAPPELLA CHOIR, PRES. JR. RED CROSS, GL FRIENDSHIP COMMITTEE FNC, ICC, OPERETTA, JR. GIRLS' GLEE PAVALONIS, STAN V FOOT'BALL, CCC PAYNE, JOEL PHYSICS CLUB PECK, SANDY JR. RED CROSS, FBLA PER RY, DON 152 W ,: , KW ' 1 .ff M., X f .---' w-7-jr! PETTEBONE, SANDRA DALE INTERIM COUNCIL, CO-CHAIR. ENT 2-SEM., CORYDON STAFF, ANU, VP SR. CLASS, CSF, NHS. JR. GUARD OF HONOR, JEWELED M PLATTEN, JACK CSF, FTA, JR. STATESMAN, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, GERMAN CLUB, RIFLE CLUB, RIFLE TEAM, CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS CLUB, CHESS CLUB POODRY, DARRELL V BASEBALL, V FOOTBALL, B FOOTBALL, VARSITY CLUB, LETTERMEN'S CLUB POTIER, WILLIAM J. V FOOTBALL, V BASEBALL, DELTA PHI POTTER, JOYCE FBLA POWERS, MICHAEL TRANSFER FROM IDAHO PRATT, ARDEN CSF, FTA, LATIN CLUB PRES., BAND PR ESSLEY, DESMOND PRESSLEY, KEITH DELTA PHI PREUSS, DONALD BTD, JAZZ RECORDINGS PRICE, BOB THADUS PRICE, GARY PROSISE, PAUL ARIES PHOTO '56-57, GORYDON PHOTO '57-58, CAMERA CLUB. NRD TREAS., SCRIPTERS, STAGE CRAFT PYLES, GARY XLSJWIMMING, WATER POLO, VARSITY B QUINN, LANA FTA, MODES AND MANNERS, FRIENDSHIP COMMITTEE, DELTA SIGMA PHI, SYNCHRONIZED SWIM, CRAFTS, GAA, RED CROSS QUINTILIANI, FRANK RAINES, ROGER RANK, JOHN RAWL, DIANNE ANU WELFARE CLUB, MAJORETTE, BUFFUMS' YOUNG CAREERIST REANO, RON VP CHI SIGMA, B FOOTBALL, JV TENNIS, BOYS' SPORTS REED, JENNY LOU SAILING CLUB, SKI CLUB, GL DECORATION COMMITTEE, WATER BALLET, BIG SISTER, TEAM LEADER, STUDY HALL BOARD REED, PAMELA REITBORD, MARILYN NHS, CSF, BBG, FBLA, SPANISH CLUB, CONCERT BAND, MARCHING BAND, SCIENCE CLUB REYNOLDS, GARY RIDDLE, DAVID LIBRA PRES., BIG SISTER, JAZZ RECORDINGS, MODERN DANCE, USHERS CLUB, GAA, BEG. TENNIS, SKATING, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL RIEKER, DIANA DRILL TEAM AT ANAHEIM, BOWLING CLUB, FBLA, USHERS, RAM ROOTERS, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA, MODERN DANCE RINEER, ROBERT RISKO, JOSEPH RIVARD, LEE THADUS, SERFS, V TRACK 8: FOOTBALL WINGFOOT RIZZO, LARRY NHS, CHI SIGMA, JAZZ CLUB, CAMPUS REP. NORM MEAGER'S, LB NAVAL SHIPYARD ESSAY CONTEST lst PLACE, VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS ESSAY CONTEST 2nd PLACE 154 3? bk. VNIQ M 'fr' , 'of Y -Al' X' 'FIV .1-0' ROBB, KENNY ROBBINS, WILLIAM ROBERTS, BEV TRANSFER FROM ST. ANTHONY'S, GLEE CLUB, CHI RHO, ST. MARIA GORETTE ROBERTS, oEaoRAH SCHOOL PLAY, THESPIANS sec., DRAMA FESTIVAL, LEGISLATURE, NHS, csr, COSMOPOLITAN, SPANISH, GL, FNA, JR. STATESMAN ROBERTS. MARILYN ANU WELFARE CLUB PRES. 81 REC. SEC.. JR. CLASS COUNCIL, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, NHS. CSF, GOLD 81 JEWELED M, KIDETTES, BIG SISTER, BUFFUMS' YOUNG CAREERIST SCHOLARSHIP WINNER ROBINSON, RITA COSMOPOLITAN, GAA, RIDING, BOWLING, CHI RHO ROCKWELL, GLENDA ROGERS, BETTY SKATING, DELTA GAMMA PHI, AVDANCED TENNIS ROSE, LARRY ROSE, SHIRLEY STUDENT BODY PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN 2-SEM., ANU CORRES. SEC., NHS, CSF, JR. STATESMAN, GUARD OF HONOR, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, BIG SISTER, GOLD 8. JEWELED M ROSS, GEORGIA MARIE DELTA GAMMA PHI, FNA, USHERS ROSS, JUDY FNA, BOWLING, WATER BALLET, GIRLS' LEAGUE ROSS, RICHARD DELTA PHI PRES., INTER SOCIAL CLUB COUNCIL, SCRIPTERS. MILLIKAN CODE COUNCIL ROZAS, DON JR. STATESMAN, BAND, ORCHESTRA, GERMAN CLUB, ESQUIRES DANCE BAND, DIXIE CATS RUBENSTEIN, CAROLE FBLA, GIRLS' LEAGUE COMMITTEE. SPANISH CLUB, FNA, BIG SISTER, RAM ROOTERS RUPE, MARVIN B FOOTBALL, BAND RUTTER, LINDA CSF, NHS, FTA, KIDETTES, GIRLS' LEAGUE-MODES 81 MANNERS, EIHENSDSHIP COMMITTEE, BIG SISTER, RYTHER, DARLINE JR. STATESMAN PUB. CHAIRMAN 81 REC. SEC., FTA, SALUS, NHS, CSF, SOPH. 81 SR. CLASS COUNCIL, COSMOPOLITAN, PRES. THESPIANS, ANCHOR, SYNCRONIZED SWIM, JEWELED M SALMON, JERRY BAND, SCIENCE 84 MATH CLUB SALSER, JOHN DRILL TEAM, COLOR GUARD SANDFORD, JUDY YOGA, LEGISLATURE, JAZZ SCHNITTKER, JEANNETTE LEANNE JAZZ RECORDINGS, GAA, VOLLEY BALL, BOWLING, SKI CLUB, ADV. TENNIS, BIG SISTER, GIRLS' LEAGUE COMMITTEES SCHODER, LARRY SCHOENBORN, JOAN SCHRAM, GLORIA JEAN ART CLUB, BOWLING, TENNIS, GAA, RAM ROOTER, USHERETTES, RED CROSS SCHROEDER. GARY MILLIKAN MELODIES, RADIO CLUB, AUDIO VISUAL CREW, STAGE CREW, ELECTRONICS SCHULZ, ARLENE A CAPPELLA CHOIR. GAA, SR. GIRLS' GLEE. JR. STATESMAN. MODERN DANCE CLUB. I.IBRARY YOUTH COUNCIL, CHORAL CLUB, BOWLING SCHULZ, CARL SCHUMMER. CAROL YOGA, ZEUS, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, RED CROSS, MODES G MANNERS COMMITTEE, JAZZ CLUB, SKI CLUB SCOTT, GARY my W ,S iQ,,, . K 6 K I' v. V H I "Iggy . 2 I V I ..-an-L iv 1""""PY j lg? 'fav x X vp -W - - .- fi? 1. X5 M- ap- I if -Q f 41 ,J Q I Sh .K . Im, IS: '11 "----Iv' 9010 4,--r WQIS. . ,LN N L M -XI Q Q! , X if rug R i' if 'M .1 wr' SCOTT, SUSAN A. ANU. BUSINESS MANAGER CORYDON '57-58. KIDETTES, SCRIPTERS, BIG SISTER SEABRIGHT, ANN SEIFERT, YVONNE BIG SISTER, FBLA, MODERN DANCE, RIDING SEYMOUR. ROLAND VARSITY CLUB, LETTERMEN'S CLUB, V FOOTBALL, TENNIS SHREVES, BOB CHI SIGMA COR. SEC., CHAPLAIN, PARLIAMENTARIAN SIEGEL, JUDITH PI SIGMA PHI. SOPH. 81 JR. CLASS COUNCIL, SOCIETY EDITOR OF PAPER, TENNIS, GAA, BOWLING SILVERMAN, ALAN NHS. CSF, FTA, DEBATING TEAM PRES., PHYSICS TEAM, CLASSICAL MUSIC CLUB, CHESS CLUB, SLIDE RULE CLUB, TENNIS CLUB SILVERSTEIN, LINDA CORR. SEC. SALUS, BIG SISTER, JR. STATESMAN, CSF, SCHOOL PLAY, GIRLS' LEAGUE COMMITTEE, THESPIANS, CHEMISTRY CLUB, GAA, WHITE SHIRT SECTION AT WILSON SIMON, GERALD BASKETBALL CLUB SIMPSON, JEANNE SOCIAL DANCE WILSON SIMPSON, TAMARA KIDETTES, DELTA GAMMA PHI, USHERS, CARD SECTION, BEG. TENNIS SKORDAS, TOM SLEIGHT. MERRILL OMEGA KAPPA CHI, PLAY 'ISTAGE DOOR", NINE GIRLS, OPERETTA SLOAN, SHARON GIRLS' LEAGUE REP, GERMAN CLUB, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, BOWLING CLUB SLOCOMBE, JACK VAR. TRACK 56-57-58, ALL CITY TRACK 57-58, JV FOOTBALL 55, V FOOTBALL 56, CHAIRMAN OF ATHLETICS FALL 57, HISTORIAN ATHOS CLUB, FSE ARIES STAFF, ATHLETIC COUNCIL, WINGFOOT CLUB, LETTERMEN'S CLUB SLOCOMBE, SHARON CARD SECTION, PROG. JAZZ, ADVERTISING ART, MODERN DANCE, SQUAD LEADER SMITH, BEVERLY ANCHOR. KIDETTES, NHS. SCHOLARSHIP, REC. 81 CORR. SEC. FTA, CHAIRMAN GL FRIENDSHIP COMMITTEE SMITH, W. EDDIE WORLD FRIENDSHIP CLUB, PHOTO CLUB, NRD, NATURALIST CLUB SNEATHEN, LOWELL PHYSICS CLUB, BOYS' STATE REP., HI-Y, FOOTBALL, TRACK, STUDENT COUNCIL SNYDER. RAY JR. CLASS PRES., JR. CLASS COUNCIL, V FOOTBALL, V BASEBALL, B FOOTBALL, JV BASEBALL, STUDENT BODY VP, PRES LEGISLATURE, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, VARSITY CLUB SOKOLOWSKI, DAVE SORRELIS, SANDY SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, BIG SISTER, SKI CLUB, GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL, GAA, KELP KATS SPRINKLE, PHIL SPRULIN, BARBARA ADV. MODERN DANCE, TRANS OAKLAND SQUIRES, JOYCE GIRLS' LEAGUE COMMITTEE, BIG SISTERS, FBLA, STANSBERRY, JOHN LAMBDA SIGMA, JAZZ CLUB BIRDWATCHERS CLUB STAPP, MICHAEL BASEBALL JV '56, LAMBDA SIGMA REC. N SEC., PROG. JAZZ STEINS, BARBARA ADV. MODERN DANCE, OPERETTA, DELTA GAMMA PHI, GIRLS' GLEE, SPANISH CLUB, ART CLUB, MODERN DANCE CLUB STEVENS, MARIE CSF, SALUS PRES. 81 VP, KIDETTES, LEGISLATURE, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, FTA. SPANISH CLUB STEVENS, MIKE SR. CLASS COUNCIL, ALPHA THETA CHI TREAS., KEY CLUB VP, WATER SWIMMING TEAM, GERMAN J Rf ,. . r 'S 590 ii l 'fs 'V-" STOCKHAM, CORALEE JR. STATESMAN, FTA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, ADV, SWIMMING, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, RAM ROOTERS STRAUB, GARY STRONG, HELEN USHERS, CHORAL ROOM GLEE, FNA, BOWLING, BIG SISTER SULLIVAN, MARJ EAN SWANGEL, GORDON V FOOTBALL, CSF, SPANISH CLUB SWEDELL, RALPH KEY CLUB SEC., WATER POLO, JR. STATESMAN, V SWIMMING SWINDLE, LINDA TALLEY, LARRY JV CROSS COUNTRY, V TRACK, V BASKETBALL TAYLOR, JANICE LYNN GIRLS' LEAGUE, PROG. JAZZ. ADV. TENNIS TEEL, LEWIS SWIMMING TEAM 3-YR, V LETTERMAN, WATER POLO TEAM B 8. V, KEY CLUB, PHYSICS CLUB THOMAS, DARLA SALUS, LEGISLATURE, JR. STATESMAN, FTA, CSF THOMAS, GARY LAPIDARY CLUB THOMAS, PAT SR. GLEE, FNA, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, REC. CLUB, KIDETTES, CARD SECTION THOMPSON. AL BASEBALL, TENNIS CLUB THOMPSON, JANICE HEAD SONGLEADER, CONCERT MISTRESS ORCHESTRA, SALUS, ARPEGGIO PRES., SR, CLASS COUNCIL JR. STATESMAN, CSF, DELTA GAMMA OMEGA, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, OPERETTA THOMPSON, LEROY PROG. JAZZ, JAZZ CLUB TIDWELL, JANICE SKI CLUB, DELTA SIGMA PHI TILLER, LARRY ALPHA THETA CHI, KEY CLUB, FTA, V WATER POLO CAPTAIN, V SWIMMING, A CAPPELLA CHOIR, B SWIMMING CAPTAIN, B WATER POLO TILLER, RAY V FOOTBALL, V TRACK TINGLEY, ELIZABETH FTA, LATIN CLUB, COSMOPOLITAN TOTMAN, DENNIS CHI SIGMA, B FOOTBALL, B TRACK, B DIVING, GERMAN CLUB, KEY CLUB TRAVIS, SANDRA TREOSTI, RAULINE VP ANU WELFARE, JR. STATESMAN, WATER BALLET, AD. EDITOR OF ANNUAL, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, LEGISLATURE, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, FTA, GIRLS' LEAGUE MODES 81 MANNERS 8. CHR. OF PUB. TRIMMER, PAT KIDETTES, OMNIS, LEGISLATURE, JR. STATESMAN, GIRLS' LEAGUE, GAA, BIG SISTER TRUITT, DANNY TRACK, FOOTBALL, A CAPPELLA CHOIR, MADRIGALS TUCKER, BETTIE JR. CLASS COUNCIL, RHO TAU OMEGA, MEDEA, MODERN DANCE, PROG. JAZZ, GIRLS' LEAGUE, USHERS CLUB, BOWLING CLUB, RED CROSS TURNBULL, EVELYN KAY SR. CLASS COUNCIL, JR. CLASS COUNCIL, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB PRES., JR. STATESMAN, SR. GIRLS' GLEE, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, GIRLS' SWIM TEAM, WATER SHOW TURNER, JEAN YOGA, ZEUS VP, GIRLS' LEAGUE PUB. 8. MODES 8 MANNERS CHAIRMAN, ANNUAL STAFF, BIG SISTER TUTTLE, JEANNE DELTA GAMMA PHI, BOWLING CLUB, SKATING CLUB, REC. SWIMMING TWINCH EK, ANTOINETTE CSF Nh..- -'Ph' 45? 4 EY MQ-- at" 'I' f"xfX S,,.I I UHLENHOP. BOBBI TRANS. FROM ST. ANTHONY'S FRSHMN. PRES., GLEE CLUB., JR. GUARD OF HONOR, GIRLS' LEAGUE UNDERWOOD, JANET ZEQJZS, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, PROG. JA VAN DOREN, LOU PRES. ANU, BIG SISTER, DECOR. COMMITTEE, PROG. JAZZ, LEGISLATURE VIDMAR, ANDREA GAA, GIRLS' LEAGUE, RIDING CLUB, PROG. JAZZ, FBLA VIEIRD, CYNTHIA JOY IOTA CHI PRES., ANCHOR, FNA, BIG SISTER, COSMOPOLITAN, LATIN CLUB, LEGISLATURE, GIRLS' LEAGUE COMMITTEE, GAA, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL VON REYN, JUDY LEGISLATURE, SPANISH CLUB, GAA WALKER, JIM LAM SIG PRES. WALKER, PENNY YOGA, SALUS, JR. STATESMAN, JR. Bc SR. GLEE, SKI CLUB WALLACE, BRUCE NHS, CSF, KEY CLUB, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB VP, JR. STATESMAN, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, CORYDON STAFF, PHYSICS CLUB, BOWLING CLUB, GERMAN CLUB WALLACE, JIM DELTA PHI, BOYS' GLEE WARD, MARLENE SR. GIRLS' GLEE WARNER, CAROL JEAN BAND, ORCHESTRA, MODERN DANCE, GERMAN CLUB, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL REP., MARCH OF DIMES CAMPAIGN, BOOSTER CLUB, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB WASLIEN, CAROL GAA COR.SEC., FTA VP, VP COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, NHS, GERMAN CLUB, CSF, LEGISLATURE, GIRLS' LEAGUE WATSON, WAYNE PHYSICS CLUB, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, AUDIO-VISUAL CREW, INDUSTRIAL ARTS WEBER, LOUISE PRES. RIDING CLUB, GAA SPORTS COUNCIL, SR. GIRLS' GLEE WEBSTER, GEORGE BTD, EIR WELCH, GLENDA ZEUS, WATER BALLET, PROG. JAZZ CLUB, SOPH. 81 JR. CLASS COUNCIL WECKLER, DALE SERFS TREAS., PHYSICS CLUB WEINBERG, JOYCE FTA, RED CROSS, FBLA, BIG SISTER WEISBARTH, LYNNE YOGA, ZEUS, FRIENDSHIP COM. GIRLS' LEAGUE, PROG. JAZZ CLUB, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL WELLS, GARY CHI SIGMA, PROG. JAZZ CLUB WENDT, BOB ADVERTISING ART WHALEN, MIKE V FOOTBALL 2-YRS., V BASEBALL WHEELER, NANCY CSF, PRES. FTA, GAA WILD, JAQUELINE FTA, LATIN CLUB, WATER BALLET, LIBRARY CLUB, TRANS: ILLINOIS WILLIAMS, CAROL REC. SEC. GIRLS' LEAGUE, PRES. ANCHOR CLUB, PRES. TREAS. COSMOPOLITAN, KIDETTES, TREAS. JR. STATESMAN, LEGISLATURE, CSF, A CAPPELLA CHOIR, PUB. CHR. SR. GLEE, INTER-CLUB COUNCIL, NHS, FTA, REFRESH. CHR. GAA WILLIAMS, JOANNE BACHELORETTES, CORYDON STAFF 2-YRS., BIG SISTER, JR. RED CROSS, PROG. JAZZ CLUB, SKI, SR. TALENT , SHOW, TEAM LEADER, SQUAD LEADER WILLIAMS, ROBERT WILSON, JENNIFER SEC. RIDING CLUB, GAA, CORYDON WILSON, JIM THADUS, V SWIMMING, B SWIMMING, V WATER POLO, B WATER POLO 3 .,,-W -W . ... -,....-...W M. ...ww ,. I., K -nil' J ' .WL his if-una haf' 04 440 .-1 .A 'M M ,. -4 4. 41 1. ff.-it Ll" , Q m,.vb' .,,,. N " AS" .. 4. ,LV 27, , N, V x" -G'-3' lm K I 'fT',j!!'Y TUB' """'l'ns Nui WINARS, BARBARA SALUS, JR. STATESMAN, SOPH. CLASS COUNCIL, LEGISLATURE, GIRLS' LEAGUE, BIG SISTER, PROG. JAZZ CLUB WOELFEL, GINN REC. sEc. GAA, N:-as, csr, PRES. GAA, RAM ROOTERS, COSMOPOLITAN CLUB, GIRLS' LEAGUE WOLFSON, PETE WOOD, GWENDOLYN GIRLS' LEAGUE MODES 81 MANNERS, FRIENDSHIP, GAA, JR. GIRLS' GLEE, BIG SISTERS, JORDAN BOOSTERS WORD, SALLY SALUS, HEAD PEPSTER V SONG LEADER, KIDETTES, TREAS. ARPEGGIO, TREAS. ANCHOR, JR. STATESMAN, CSF, ORCHESTRA, SR. CLASS COUNCIL, LEGISLATURE, SEC. DELTA GAMMA OMEGA WORTHEN, IRENE WRIGHT, JAMES NHS, CSF, KEY CLUB, PRES. TREAS. SPANISH CLUB, JR. STATESMAN, V SWIMMING, V WATER POLO, CHEMISTRY 81. PHYSICS CLUB, LAPIDARY CLUB WRIGHT, RICHARD WU EST, LARRY SERVICE MONITOR WYNANTS, JUDIE OPERETTA, MODERN DANCE CLUB, GERMAN CLUB, PROD. MGR. SCHOOL PLAY 57 RICH, WELDON PRES. VARSITY CLUB, V FOOTBALL, V BASEBALL, JV FOOTBALL, JV BASEBALL O'BRlEN, PATRICIA STUDENT BODY PRES., ARPEGGIO, GAA COSMOPOLITAN, JR. STATESMAN, GIRLS' LEAGUE, KIDETTES W WWW WWW WWW gwfwfgigffiif ig gzgff WWMZ? JWjMwM WW WWW? Sw wnwggfjffw Q YM M W . . g if I M 7 ' ' Q '65 . 3 ' senior i ng ures Q 1 MW ' f I 'M' W ' ' W ' ' W1 f . 7 ! , VW Cd-wf1"'1 I ' f' vu ' W My Q gil' S 5 ffwiwafwiiff 5 if Ei X Sgigsb ,kiiffi Q ggi W U65 Jffk XM My KY M' ws xf , My fi ff 1?fWi 6+f'W if Av student government in action Joel Meister, Spring Student Body President tall semester Pat O'Brien, Fall Student Body President Chuck Henderson, Co-Chairman of Entertainment and Student Body Vice-President Linda Hart, Senior Class President, talks with Joyce Norman, G.A.A. President, Janice Badgley, Student Body Secretary, and Shirley Rose, Publicity Presi- dent. 4 Jack Slocombe, Chairman of Athletics, gabs with Ray Snyder, Student Body Vice-President, and Mike Finney, Representative of Campus Clubs and Acti- vities. sv-H' Jim Sexton, Junior Class President, talks over class plans with Val Porlier, Sophomore Class President, and Al Fecarotta, Senior Class President. spring semester Mr. Robert Greeley Activities Director Hammond, Chairman of Athletics, plans Spring Athletics Awards Assembly with Carole Can- tile and lrv Nicholson, Co-Chairmen of Entertain- ment. Kai Kruger, exchange student from Norway, talks with Linda Aistrup, Publicity Chairman, about Milli- kan's first annual. Jim Hanchett, Editor, talks to Mr. Greeley about the next issue of the Corydon. pepsters boost 1. school spirit fr J A., N t rams display their stage talent ,... 5 La Y la gym. fnkgffd, Mg? ix ,,'i?f ' J , . R851 :Sk in , N-M.. wg.. i ,M W E . sf . 3 .fa Al Feoarotta F331 Edador "aries" staff meets deadlines Mike Sharrar Sprung Edador stafff for bizzy day Cynthia Melom tears paGes form stext book sponsors O11V6T Johnson welcomes Ron beymou- calls bookie durihg class' Sports Edador, Dave Tipycal hard werker c ibb ' iet gomefg ln rare qu is Dick Walker Jul-ua-an-si-n-vii: f..a '70 'P s ye, WM s' z W C J Nwhere is everybody wunders Linda Ehle nLu.unln. Cllff Johnston explores EnlaRg1ng m7Sn1DE Linda Shomaker plays WiTh new toy Norma Copeland and Pi' ukim Tfeosti shooot the boooll nWhat? Me worry?n asks intelligent Charles Barnett Tom Griffithe ididdles I CT Fife l' ez b R h V W "V' ' ...,. V ::"' L A 15 ' I ."- - ' U 'L h 95" W ff wane 2 3 ik f f: A, 'ik ! . NE? mnsni oeee 4 6 v,Q1 QYMSH w,iggU .. f ' SK ' ------------- ,lil aries king and queen WH m. 5. .ww , . W ' ' 2 Sw MA 1 'Q K .. V X5 1 ..+1 1 f T""'X . Mgm- rs' 31: 5. ,sfgvm 'S 5. K 5 . S 4 A gag 4 f X 4 iwkz. AUM ., ,, X . 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