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

 - Class of 1959

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Q J I A561 by 0 F5 -Wfxgj , 'S W . .Q A f 5 , fqif fl, ff- fbi' iff fy M Q, 52gg fs 4 gQ5Qf1Q5:A .,14l, ,J U! f ' X1- I ,L+f .qf 1,. a f ' 'v ' L' , AZ , Z4 ,. v M1 v k , ' +L? fy' , 'bf I bL.,f 4 . ,, " A ' f , V4 N ' Q I KH ,lim ig," 'kxf T W' 0 ' W: f ' M- A TL' , iv + L ' ' Q , A ,rf 5 t J,y,'..'5,! vw V ' . , 'Aw Q 1 ,Li5'fQ,M -a,K2.2EQQn Wx ' ' I 4 ' . 1 , X? I,l, My X VV , ug I gp ,43,g?5T il. K. b 'iff' ' .iff-pf ' .I Lf, .2 4 Q! X VCV X ,A 1 ., A. -'-W . .,p,,i. .Q ,A J, '4 . x 'M x N , Q f 'f ,, 'M ' L 'f yt r ' f 1 N-A f V K' f fn' f- ,5V4'2xv ..f .Qf L FOREWORD Our school is a modem comprehensive high' school. Here, through a blending of classroom education, sports, and other actif vities, welbecome the thinking, acting, ener- getic adults of tomorrow. Each student's potentialities are explored and channeled to fit the grand design for a better world. Without this educational develop-ment, thought, action and energy are of little value to us. Tomorrow is ours. Our young hands must. become firm and strong, for it is in these hands that the future of the world is to be placed. We must use our knowledge wisely to control and fashion the endless horizons which lie before us. .ff 'yy ff,,,5. 4 ,.f4,f., ARIESI 9 ,AX I ,fg:,X. , 3, f X rj,-Y 4, I ,A-LI . -..-f' 'W-i.. XXX! . a X ,--.s M ,Y 7 . ,lla la X fy'-.Q Nfw ' '76 u fu ,gr fair? 4-.. alex. '--' I ROBERT A. MILLIKAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA VOLUME THREE fn ,Zi , 3 , Q fa E , 7 'W-if fi HELPFUL INTERESTED HARDWORKING , --...vi RESOURCEFUL ENTHUSIASTIC CQ xa- ua Q31 See. I A 5 l -L E li - si S" N31 --- A X in -'nssixwg R Dedication A new school needs a leader with exper- ience and insight. We at Millikan have been fortunate in having an exceptional principal in the person of Eaton O. Bemis. Pioneering the school's organization and leading in the development its educational program, he has earned the respect of teachers, students, and the community as the driving force in achiev- ing excellence for our school. Mr. Bemis's experience began in 7927 when he received his bachelor's degree from Eastern Michigan University. For twenty years he served as teacher, elementary and high school principal at various cities in Michigan. His service in California since then includes work as a counselor at Franklin Junior High School, superintendent of the Lakewood School District, principal of Lakewood Junior High School, and principal of Woodrow Wil- son High School. Coming to Millikan as its first executive in 7956, he has brought the benefits of his wisdom to all of us. The Aries is indeed proud of the oppor- tunity to pay tribute to this fine administrator. FRIENDLY xg, x CONTENTS X X , 'V-'iff "NW1 393ff'ff". Li-"i"fl'?6-Li ., -. A " 4. ,.' 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Greeley Director of Activities Artice Nicolaus Principal's Secretary 93 r'ii' 4 4 ,mg . f- . 'V Q . r ' "" x 0 ,5 as-HF-' 'Hg Martha Spicer Marilyn Watkins Counselor's Clerk 5,5- Our Educational Development I NM 'btw A-S., ,, ,A fs , 1 l . V s , as i - 44 "-""'4flB'-s. A g' is A Burtyce J. Lincoln Assistant Principal Frieda Feuer Attendance 81 Activities Clerk Fred W. Mullis Attendance 8. Audio-Visual " - Zn l f , , , 1 45 ' ' 3222 , ' . I ., ,f 'f I f ' ""- ! f H ft 4 Q . 1, .., ., Q-:N M i : Medford M. Grantham Attendance Counselor Catherine Kennedy School Nurse B. Ann Stevens Councelors' Secretary it 544 J. Qc .., .- W E xc M. A ,,AV .lil IEAH W Q 'cr'- f ii ,s it A Sally Wood ,.,, Emi Mayeda Attendance Clerk T Textbook Clerk 5 2 5 Q I Head counselor, Mrs. Wilma J. Hayman lB.Ed., UCl.Al maps out next year's program for students from the master schedule. an Looking over materials with student is Mr. Richard E. Fairchild lM.S., Univ. ot lda.l as he guides in selection ot a vocational field. Counselors Outline Playing an important part in the lite of every Millikan student are the counselors, for it is their iob to guide and advise him through his high school years and plan for future ones. -'M--s-f---.....-..---...,.....,, A ' L v Friendly Mr. George Becker lM.A., Colum- bia Univ.l, this year's only part time coun- selor, has helped many new students become C1dlUSleCl hlesre Wt i"1f"ll Student Pathways Each counselor is especially trained in arranging students courses, vocational and job planning, and helping to gain scholar- ships, meeting college requirements and in helping with any personal problems. ffrflwlif -4-aft' Mrs. Inez W. Lehman lM.A., Stanford Univ.i discusses problems with one of her many charges in the informal tension-free atmosphere found in her office. .iffgw .k fx. K if kixixk "Have you thought about college?" Mr. William B. Seal lM.A., L.B.S.C.l asks interested student during one of his daily interviews. Mrs. lrmel O. Padgham lM.S., USCl delves into student's folder to make sure student has all the credits she will need to graduate. A .rviiezlil 5 fwfgigsfugi' ififafi Y X A X s xx 1' Q , N qi, 44 Y 'W 1' ,U ' , 0 ' f' q if 9' , A kj i ' My U 1. X I :V K J W,a4Q 5 'M,,a pl ' ,7 X' If Z Lan 3 I Wx 5 , X 2, , AAAL' ' f gg, sz 5 if, mwg,,,,, A gre 9' f" 'I , -1 " QM A-43:2 'J 'R 7, -of s NX S is IV ff Q , ' I 'V ' ! I V, ,WWW I AV , A -'f' .HV QQ 1. - 1 Q s 'wf 'WW f 'X' 'fizpff V" " , f-aw f. - ' -' W s V . - X W ,,W,:,M6sQ W ' A V ,e,,', 5 sw' ' , ' ss f ,f wglfwwgw ' H+ f,,, ff ,ff I f f ' f, I' ' ' .7 ,WPA fii 'V lrifffiifi'-'W' , , ., 9 IL, Q , I 1,,,? ,. , - fs, ,M linac-y,,.if,Q,i, M I 2 ,S IN MEMQRIAM j Q ffif Q" ' . 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Through campaigning and balloting, all of the candidates gain valuable experience. This process of campaigns, balloting, and election provides all of us with the fundamental training in democracy so vitally needed in our adult lives. .,s,?,,3 i 7 " "" t ., ,i ,.,., Y ,, . ,,., l " ' X l 1 " I Y . ty , i l Z if l l Chuck Henderson listens as Pepper Holoubek offers a suggestion to Diane George and the rest of the Student Council, about election policies during regular Student Government class. Chuck Henderson President E-I gli ',,1f.s3' fl P' .. Y' 5. ,Bl ww WJ upcoming basketball game is L publicized by Mike Sharrar. Publi- X city is an important function of the XTX-gStudent Council. 'it 1 ,. if Q- n t X, . 4 'NX-'Jjim Sharrar ' 'phomore President I 'X y .X K . I Q Marlys Graham P' Co-Chairman of Entertainment D rv- P d' x P S t to FALL Activities 9 Q h 764 X I' j gf,,f,,f aff 5179 ff Q w e , M Regxstrotion of voters insures effi- cient ond honest voting procedures. l ' "' X Serious otmos here prevciils at bollot P booths os students ponder difficult choices. Judy Whittciker Jeri Chitwood Chairman of Publicity Girls' League President rm ff' I I , fe, Chairman of Clubs cmd Activities Secret bolloting mirrors odult elec- g tions, signifies fairness ond the worth f of eoch opinion. 12 f7 ly, 7 6? if pf' ff FALL ACTIVITIES 11 xA 'V 'W 4 fd f ' -W J :M fnS'I'fJY QF' f 'riff Yillxlfil 1" ,M ww, ,nys W9 Ws9,.,j,sWg,7 . ., . mpg, -wi f- 1 A ' l , V x ,x A0 'M 'A 3 X3 5 X s 5 sf , , :Q we , .sw ms , g a , f 41+ ' I k 1 If I 'gag'-Z V, CM A J Ms 'K S z C wg X Q X i s iklf ixc f F13 4X:55""31Q5W as-ms, - X X .. , . Steve Fuller of Serts and Barbara Zillgitt of Anchor won election during Aries Sales Campaign. Candidates were selected by clubs which tried out for the Ariee Sinn M, 12 FALL ACTIVITIES Sembly. V, ' ' h i Winning first place, Anchor's precision I marching and yx sparkling voices won I FMP' judges' acclaim. A Y Am WW X QV .1 st i F. is V si , f 2' Z? H5 .V a ' Z , f 4 ' ' li of fm----I IW I, X ,ii it it Ill I., 2 , gl g It vw- WML f' ' M V . ,, ' X , ' ' , G . . ' g 3 it I f ibm. as Zany Serfs can-can their way to audience delight with an original Parisian style. Aries Sing Stimulates Club Competition 6 s, . 'i M , 1.--V a l ,V . A 514 ' ' " Z fa . ii: ffl -1 If , "fi ,i . ' ,, gg, 'H 5 fi? I lx U V ig aw., ,',f L lx 2 157. I l s l 14 I 4 ' A' 1, lf 1' ' I Varsity Club, bongo drums, Socii dancers stomp to ori- Striking costumes feature out- and guitar beat out calypso ginal hoedown. of-this-world Medea marau- strains of "Jamaica Fare- CleI'S. well. FALL ACTIVITIES I 1- . wc ' " 'Cru-'ww fl gl 2 if . , B 3 Yuletide carols and inspiration ring out from combined glee clubs and 0"Cl1eSffC'- E X 55 ix? mi i y " l r A' Assemblies Inspire, c,1 1.',1 lit 22 W li Reward, And Entertain , tt ,,,,g Foreign exchange students share experiences with Stu- speoker. dent Body. National Honor Society mem- bers greet outstanding guest I F I I The candidates assembly offers an opportunity for candidates to state their qualifications for office while the voters make their decisions. Pic- 14 FALL Acnvmes tured from left to right are Roger Rhoads, Jim Sexton, and Neil Meyer presenting their cases to the audience as the candidates look qunru, The band is shown rehearsing one of its precision Marching band makes 0 Spirited enlfcnce CIT the marching routines preceding a game. C0mmef1CemenT Of 0 90m9- Marching Band Boosts School Spirit Millikan's fine band has participated in many activities and has achieved service awards for its excellence. Winning a superior rating at the district band festival, the band played at the Milk Bowl, all of the football and basketball games, the Veterans Day Parade, the American Day Parade, the American Field Service Concert and at the graduation ceremony. Mila ., It 195' 'iff-2 yu' Bottom Row-Mr. Pappone, Kawaichi. Row 2-Neigbarger, Jones, Herb, Jakubik, McKeown, Dortch, Baldridge, Beard. Row 3--Bill, Clark, Pectol, Duncan, Harvey, Bower, Burd. Row A-Lawler, O'Keefe, Baral, Bowen, Mihalka, Fowler, Hutton, Ringo. Row 5-Clegg, Leonard, Nicks, Yoseloft, Ashby, West, Tumin. Row 6-Van Lieux, Farris, Belkin, Webb, Burg, Rivard, Matthews, Panagos. Row 7-Clark, Shaw, Perry, Newharth, Repan, Wheatley, Boomer, Teague. Row 8-Grogan, Marles, Sheldon. FALL ACTIVITIES 'I5 5 5 V . .S 2 U , -'4, I .,,.. ,,,. . .. 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Row 2-Seal, Davis, Copeland, Polson, Keller, Strain, Davidson, Balderas, Hendry, Kelley, Pyles, Carpentier, Ford, Patchen, Dambrackus, Morgan, Handy, Coultrup. Row 3-Planenz, Stepman, Yamagata, Kes- singer, Gray, Lanham, Nicholson, Earl, Hart, Rahm, Paulson, Fieger, Hedrick, Perley, Holton, Moen, Boyd, Feuer, Ellithorpe, Gass, Barresi, Proctor, Byron, Terry. feelings: "We're from Millikan, couldn't be prouder . . Pepsters Enliven Games With Colorful Routines Varsity cheerleaders Neil Meyer, Sandy Hogan, Cdnnie Blagg, and Bob Guertin execute popular ye . it . if ft 1 ' fa ft llll ll . lvufxn- .5 1 'E :H 4, - f ,qu X I W1 ll ' 2 Q ' i X , i x 5. ,Six . XV 5 fly. rF,.l ,.l 1 B cheerleaders, Sue Christopher, Marlys Graham, and Shanna DePage strike familiar pose during practice. is ,Q-'sf' - sxgiow , Hail Blue cmd Gold . l We Pledge Our Lo alt g Y Y T " Our Alma Mater Gleams Q L, From Sea to Sea Our High School A-bides ,gf , F-T , ln Time i L7 So We May Ever See 53 . like VJ, F Our Millikan High - . A As lt Stands ln Majesty .Wy All Hail To Our Blue And Q y 5: V jg, Gold We Sing Our Praise To Thee. H Smiling song girls, Liz Conrad, Sharon Lyon, Barbara fviiy Boylan, Carolyn Martin, and Bev Mansch, add 4:- beauty to athletic events. ZZ: ,. . 4 H.: 7- - s Y' x 155 P N Twirling batons and fancy stepping constitute lively routine of maiorettes, Ellen Farkas, Diane Bailey, and Dody Sommers. I , A I ' A ' ,L V fu , JV l f 42 M' in A- t,,, . fl!"-' 'li' t ,. 'EFVM i it - v . , , .9 . ' ftp .-, I 'g,,.s.,U ig.4a 'fm pa ,grin iff-x'1+'2z!ai-Nr. , x ' ,,",af'4,,.?f.,'5:- '4 ' v " My nf, '-'fr f M Q it ,jf it wt Wt, f 1 J" ,J Yi , I ,,. 151 5 ' . V 1. Y .if-5. .' F , V' s " . ' -gftff . 'iiidyggyf -,'fRf'-gzfffu, ' ,jf it ,IIA Z"""?ff ., 1 -" wwf F ..fgvvTn,lv,:w,f'ly-g--f-c.: r mf-1, F ,AA -I Q tu' Y' 5'-42? ' . 'L pai 1, Ramhi flag girls, Becky Parker, Dyane Miner, Marcia L qv Hall, and Barbara Zillgitt provide pleasant enter- tainment with their precision timing. 1q.,.,1r m' f VICTORY SONG M - l - double L - I, K - A - N spells Millikan, Finest high school in a wond'rous nation, , 1 T , - ' 'if q iv. ,, ' ,, f' rift-39 1', : ' .4-ff :f"' :iff-f '.:"'1 , 2' ,.,' . . . - g .ltlz I ,. 4. H F ,.vv 57.1.5 ,',.,. A W ? -U A . I A' im .Avv ? z Vllr P , I Q .v.v ,, To every One Of US GH "1SP"U"0"f " i-t- fl' ' T ' ltt- if M - ' - double L"f K ' A ' N' YOU See ,ssi ' is slir O f rii, ,iii A A I th me whose ood fame 'tr irl' 'i.,1V ii,, .,,, L T 't', S e nf' 9 ,i-t - 1 5 sts2" ,,,i ,t', ft 'T 1 'i', "", '-.it -if ,' " 'tti , V We W'll Qucrd WUI" our m'9hl and mam' 1, T W J ig QMQX ,,Y5,4 2: K 16,7 , il. 5 .-ifypfv 64 if- ' L-L . 'V wtfgmt 'Hy' 1 A 1. ,??'z',,, Z ., J Al Nljiv, ,,v, , , lv ,.,,,l.k 'fat-is Tm Millikan for Me. T - .i :ZFALL IQCTIVIIIESG yr, by balus, proves POP' ular among Qmducles Alumni enioy special edition of Corydon while becoming reacquainted with the campus surroundings and old friends. Homecoming Activities Highlight Grid Victory itss ,P ' I I I I I II I 'LF ' I I ' ' i if AI J I l swf" 5 i I I"'I"" "fr ISIS? iam, L I LL n ggi Lmiglss IIIIWIZI I I .I iw I I f H '9 " l w -I ' si ,,, I V I 7 y ' The presentation of the queen and her court: Linda Hood, Gay Gard, Dyane Miner, Sheila Patchen, Donna Kelley. K I I i Chuck Henderson has the CrOWning Onf Homecoming Football star presents Princess pleasant task ot escorting QLISQII CUlmmC1'feS l'1Glf-time Donna to the crowd, Queen Dyane during dance. activities at Ram victory over Jordan. 18 FALL ACTIVITIES 1 fr' sf ' I ,,f, 495'-'L ' h e ' I ' t on 'WCW AW .mf fy: 5 f I !,,f,',,lL',2 , ,. ,my,,, W ,, J ' f yfzfzmv, , ffnigkv' 'z',,'fG',' 4797 1 . ,J . ,f I ': fig! fff .U f . 'f7w,,w ,M f yf 131 I Tj ,, ,ui ,wi I U' ai , W L M 7 I was f ,I WI f -A ig J J I '74, -Z Av M. 0 Arai Dycme Miner, sweeter than The Rom victory, reigns over onnuol Home co Q ming octivities , ,fi 2 FALL ACTIVITIES I9 1 vi 1 f si f ,fl x f 4. or V I - S ':. ' 0' N Fixx 0 to-X " 'mv r - QQYQSW' N twig, This couple steps through the heart-sha entrance to be greeted with a bid at J' M.,-vf 'G T ,i 1 2 fg i , . ,Qc 'sxswwsvgss sxwms XA x NN, X c N s , fs, X sw X N N gs rc XXX s X is xv X X x X sk fbi? i Lf" V ,f ped the commencement ot the Club Valentine Dance. 'w..,,m ""s. 'in "N Fun and gaiety, enioyable music, romantic atmosphere, lovely decorations prevail Millikan girls capture their sweethearts at the annual Sadie Hawkins Backward Dance. Develop Social Graces, Provide Relaxation Back To School Dance September 20, l958 Student Council Sadie Hawkins Dance October l8, l958 Girls' League Sweatshirt Swing November l, i958 Sodalis Homecoming Dance November lfi, 7958 Senior Class A story book castle setting provides back- ground for well-dressed dancers. Snowball Dance December 6, l958 Sophomore Class Q, Mad Hatter's Ball January 37, l959 Anchor Club to Club Valentine Dance if February 14, 1959 Cosmopolitan Club Blue Mood Dance March 7, l959 xg Anu ..-4' 'i'i: gi "' A picture of grace, Nancy Cummins, sopho- more Snowball Queen, reigns over Christmas Fantasy. Snowball Queen and her court sit in regal splendor: Carolyn Clark, Linda Sprague. Queen Nancy, and r V QW? 2 Q , K f ,V V -,gzfn r . 6 ,. , s iirt si' f , 5'l'TQ, 9 , ii i S t 3 is I , 47 -1 -0.22, ?f , ' " , 2, K 6, ltminii 51. f S Q tt t' t ,L Z QKFALLACTI ES 2 K A UI U IUL X I d Lively and talented girls present vaudeville roiutine in precise dance pattern. These chorus girls contributed to manylgassemblres and brought recognition by taking part in out-of-school shovgis. X ,J xi N 4 x it K x X i -shtorcrs Line Dancers w Q Y x' Wi h i xi - i . gQnSWide Acclaim i N M t N Y 'xx t 'Q Chorus lin J pry vides plelgxsant entertainment as it presents atgs 'rtitedi routine. ' Ne 4 Q is 'N r X 'J Q X? rw 'E' i . . Mr. Harry Bauer gives N .M N i I Girls strike attractive pose instruction To his Gffemwe XX, Hgrd Work and determination during rehearsal. trainees. if rboosg dancers to the top. , . 'r l s my EW, r 5 5 a 5 "Best Foot Forward" V ff W' W Entertains Captivated Audience l l I f as V 5 w f l ng... , ,- The fine cast of "Best F L Actors look on as actress emerges from fire escape. if ll ,l','f.YI"'9 -X , rw ' e,., , oot Forward" takes bows during curtain call. Thus scene was shown during an assembly to promote a large audience fp 5 Many hours of practice helped to produce talented actors and polished performances 4:- A 4' GW NN- GAA Offers f 'T 4-..,,,WhwN we "W'A"""-wffffaA.M,. """""M-- fffffll fzifzwm. ,,., Vfff 'u'Mi"' W... ,M f 1 rr . mu 'W'-fb'---f.m.,,,, flung.. .. 'ffl .31 ff 1. Mwf,.1.W,MW,A..,,, Aw 4 'Z-V...W.m.f..f "Q Q 'mil '9?92?3 71 . MH' if iwfff'-'MQWU , ,s ff "" ff 1 ff , ' ' A 7 Y wi ' ZMWVQ igzwzdf' H ' Z L f ' 'AJQM2 .. . ,, , , H wmiaswff-ffwwziwi 'gg fy ,, 4 4 ini ll f gf H 71, M , y.xyf-Wm,WW7,W..,, ,,, tw: Q 19+ M4 6 ff ' ' , .vw MV. ,I f'-- rf.: ' ,, -, ' 5.,i1 , ff ,xy-, fl ,,37f,4, , iw f - 4 X ' , ' . ' 1 fiyff, ' f If ., " ' 2 ,ff ,.- 1 5' I I 2 W4 fff. - jx -. .. . ,.-a ' f, 'ff f - N 1 3 xi L .xii 2 " Y' ' A f it if l' f - fl V I if at-me-,4.,i X 5... 'miwv X M, , 5 Q lv' 1,1 ' - Y , V ,f 2' Q f V, A, . K . A 3. , y ' -' 4 1 , Q , .. , l Yi we M' ' ' fa '11 A-V f ' V at f,V, , f " ,, 5 'A W, ,..a.-sw. Aifp- ,AQgw.,,s,,..,Q N A A A 'L 'A Amt ...NX nl' I . V Volleyball game inspires active participation. . ff .. Rf- ,f f Self 'V u, Y L 5' ENT' TT' , i ,L .kwli 2f4.'t K 1 V4 , .. f I f 4- .ma fr ' , .. ,., . - ' 1 A ' if i l 'T' 'V " iw? 9 nq,,yJ A ,.t,1,, g5fy:, ,,,4m' . 1 , A V. AL- . ,. , ifffifiiiififffi",if?ffif5i' . A al' 47,2 Wmiafzzffcrfflfm:.11f1fiz 1 .l I- B . . ' v I 1 'f A 'W , 4 f of H' z f RX lf ' Q. If 5 if wi: 1 -, ' if TENNIS Bottom Row-Knox, Breniman, Davis, McMahon, Slagle, Cottee, Miss Doughty. Row 2-Burd,' Bruns, Dugan, Murdy, Vose, Wolf, Tucker. Row 3-Holle, Allen, Sullivan, Reese, Swangel, Slagle, Bird, Osborn, Clark. ff, f ' 27 1:5 . f ,H . ,. , z gn, . A ,WW 4 7 4 ...ad VOLLEYBALL Bottom Row-Breniman, Davis, Slagle, Roberts, Allen, Mc- Williams, Sweeting, McMahon, Vose. Row 2-Swangel, Slagle, Bird, Cook, Carroll, Covall, Deneault, McFeters, Pereau, Lyon. HOCKEY Bottom Row-Slagle, Vose. Row 2--Breniman, Roberts, Holle, Allen, McWilliams, McMahon, Covell, Davis. Row 3- Swangel, Slogle, Bird, '.'e A 'i -Moyer, Pereau, McFedters. Lvon. .rwvfeevme . . 'nwvs'-f'EH-mimi' ' rh1'i3'15:-' if , S After donning their graduation caps and laying aside their books, this senior class goes forth to bring honors to their alma mater and to accept the responsibilities for S which they have been prepared. Uniquely, our seniors are the first class to complete three years at Millikan. They have enriched our campus life through their parti- cipation in student government, sports, and other activities, as well as excelling in aca- demic work. The marks of excellence which they have left on all phases of school life will serve as a rich guide to the many classes which follow. As they join the ranks of Millikan alumni in higher education, the world of work, and the duties and privileges of adulthood, we wish them a good life, filled with the pleas- ant realization of their achievements and potentialities. SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL , . - , ,LFM5 A ' ,J.a!3,,,,,,. , U Mvwf ,l , I V ' ,41M'1,5h 6.23 3 , A V .U A. . , W ,. f-4ff f 0, , , 4 N, 5 - , t ,V - .f M af ffm, lt H 1 1' to at 1 it lvl "X ix i 2 I K W i HA, 44 ff- ' p"'fJ ri' t" 1 ss Bottom Row--Zillgitt, Jennings, Gord, Meyer, Kawaichi, Bosking. Row 2-Martin, Winnik, Davidson, Chitwood, Meltzer, Hogan, Ford, Blagg, Terry, Miller. Row 3--Mr. Curtis, Parker, Graham, Montgomery, Guertin, Sharrar, Shepard, Sanders, Wattelet, Catlin, Mrs. Smith. LINDA SUE ADAMS-Rho Tau Omega, Progressive Jazz, Brigadoon, Advance Modern Dance. PATRICIA ALLEN-Synchronized Swimming, Omega Kappa Chi, Bowling, Girls' League WENDY ALLFIE-California Scholastic Federation, Future Teachers of America, French Club MARILYN J. ALU-Talent Show, Girls' League Representative, Omega Kappa Chi ' DIANA ALWINE-Jr. 8L Sr. Glee Club GAIL R. AMERS-Chaplain of Anchor, Secretary of National Honor Society, Scholarship Society, Friendship Committee Chairman, Flowers Committee Chairman, Omnis, YFC DENNIS A. ANDERSEN-Delta Phi if f f l L 'f4ffw3,w'wfff'n ,L ' 43 ,,,,, , I ,f, , JIM ANDERSON-Lab. Assistant EDDIE ANGLE-Junior Varsity Baseball SUSAN JEAN APPLEQUIST-Secretary of National Honor Society, CSF 1 sealbearer, Principal's Honor Roll, EIk's Student Award, Historian of pf' Q. 'Q Q .S Sodalis, AFS finalist, FTA, Treasurer of Foreign Language Club, Cosmopolitan Club 4' , gl KENNETH L. ARNOLD " f' "",,f,' FRANCES DIANE ASHCRAFT-Cosmopolitan Club, Spanish Club, Future 'II A f ' Nurses Club , JAMES ASHCRAFT-Varsity Tennis, Chemistry Club, California Scholastic X M Federation ,I SUE KATHRYN ASHLEY-Legislature Finance Committee, Jr. Statesmen, I " . Big Sister Committee, Modes 81 Manners Committee L 1 f EARL ATWOOD-Gymnastics, Jr. -Sr. Swimming Letterman SHARON ATwooD A. A., g 6 DALE BAILEY-Captain Water Polo, Swimming 'r ' 'I . 3' Q 'ir DIANE BAILEY-Head Maiorette, Omega Kappa Chi, Synchronized Swim- 'Ti-rf 4 4:1- ming, Sophomore Class Council, Jr. Class Council, YFC, Big Sister 'V Committee , It " I s, MARYANN BAIRD 4 r g frm- ":L.,k JUDY BAKER ' A ' I 'Fr'-L PAUL BAKER-Varsity Club, Jr. varsity Basketball, Track g ogg., SHERI BAKER-Chaplain 8. Rushing Chairman of Medea, GAA, Jr. Guarc of Honor, Life Saving, Big Sister Committee, Rho Tau Omega ANTHONY ROBERT BALE LEA D. BARBERO-Big Sister Committee, Typing Club, GAA, Cosmopoli tan Club, Usher Club, Chi Rho TOM BARLOWE-Delta Phi, Swimming Club an-'ff HENRY R. BARNARD-B Track, Jr. Varsity Cross Country, Jr. Statesmen Q , Varsity Track LINDA LEE BARNHART-CSF, NHS, FTA, Legislature, Interclub Council wi Big Sister Committee, Chairman of Campus Clubs 81 Activities Q Chemistry Team, Gold M, Jr. Statesmen, GAA 5 PATRICIA ANN BARRESI-Kidettes, Tabu, Girls' League Council, Omnis I Ushers Club, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee CRAIG BASSETT D. JOAN BECK-Big Sister Committee, Tennis JUDY ANN BECK-Jazz Recordings, Tabu PAUL BECKLEY-All City B 81 C Track, Varsity Club, Varsity Cross Country, ,A B Track, Varsity Track, B Football, Ski Club ,nm BETTY JO BELL-Bachelorettes MICHAEL M. BENTZIEN GARY BERGER-Varsity Football, B Football, Track, Letterman's Club - lx 4'- 'N,S,, ,.,.,.,,,, 'Qty f 1,- .fk N N , ,Qf 2 Q- ..L., ., -.. -1 urs-s. M, , . K A fav v- My : 'M 7 1 X' fy. n f f f fy ! 6, , Zn' f""wdl"1i,," ' , ' -...W 51, . ,, I f , L f, 9, if ?Z i' W, wi- 4 , Z' fs 1 4'-, 2 ,Z fi 1 4 , 1, , -W . K 2, is W K M ,1 ' ww M.. .MKKM i , .Q A, Y L r 'W mn 4:3 'N U 'S T. M "f""'lv .A -mf' f ifijk -134 ' if 7' :Z i in-P qyww' 3 9 Q ff? , il 2.- 5 Qyuu , ,gi 1-'WWA .1 , N , 3 X ,,. 1 1 W j f , f 7 2 W. 'yn Minn-.M,,,,, Q f 9 ff f W V f Wg? i' My fe 4' i IORS 2 DONNA BETTIS-Principal's Honor Roll, Cosmopolitan Club, California Scholarship Federation, Riding Club ROBERT E. BILL-CSF, Treasurer of NHS, Alpha Theta Chi, Orchestra, Band, Varsity Tennis, Principal's Honor Roll DOUGLAS C. BISHOP-CSF, President of NHS, Jr. Varsity Baseball, B Basketball, Jr. Class Council, Legislature, Letterman's Club, Bowling Club, Latin Club CONSTANCE SUE BLAGG-Varsity 81 Bee Yell Leader, Socii, Jr. 81 Sr. Class Councils, Synchronized Swimming, Water Show, Girls' League Vice President, Girls' League Modes 8- Manners Committee, Big Sister Committee, GAA, Senior Talent Show, Jr. Chorus Line GARY L. BLODGETT-BTD, Photography Club HERB BODNAR-Varsity Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, B Foot- ball, Jr. Varsity Basketball 8. Baseball ROBERT BODNAR-Varsity Basketball, Varsity Club, A Cappella Choir BRUCE BOHL-Stage Crew BURLEIGH BOOKER--All School Play LINDA ANN BOSKING-Sr. Class Secretary, Vice President of Salus, Socii, Achates, Soph., Jr., 81 Sr. Class Councils, NHS, CSF, Kidettes, Jr. Guard of Honor, Synchronized Swim Show, Legislature, .lr. Statesmen ROBERT BOUGHN-Serfs, B Football, Jr. Varsity Baseball, California Scholars Federation GARY C. BOWEN-Band, A Cappella Choir, Secretary of Bowling Club ELWYN BOWKER-Jr. Varsity Baseball, Varsity Baseball, Recreation Club, Fishing Club, Jazz Club RICHARD W. BOWMAN-Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, B Track, Chi Sigma, Intramural Football CHARLENE J. BOYES-Transfer from Lakewood. Soph. Representative, Jr. Class Legislature, Latin Club, Secretary of Lakewood Canteen, Jazz Club JANE BOYD-Socii, Omnis, Kidettes JUDY BOYD-Anchor, Omnis, Jr. Statesmen, Soph., Jr. Legislature, Soph. Council, Girls' League Committee, GAA BARBARA BOYLAN-Varsity Song Girl, Kidettes, Anu, Achates, Modern Dance, Red Cross Representative, Big Sister Committee DONNA DELLE BRANDMEYER-Transfer from Poly. Orchestra, Cosmopoli- tan Club, Ushers, Library Assistant, CSF, NHS, YMCA Leader BARRY KENNETH BRAMAN-Electronics Club, Chess 81 Checkers Club BOB BRIDWELL-California Scholars Federation, Varsity Tennis, Jr. Varsity Tennis, President Debate Club, C Track, Lab. Assistant WM - fr. Z ,f-1' ,ff I. 4. i Q , 'n'7,ciQ15v . ' U I ww if? '.- . "" A - as - .',' 1. fvl,,.. 7. A9 ' 75 " 3, 1 " 'rr T ,N ,,.. , ,, I . "an WY ' 1, Wy W 5 W' f ffl -GNL, 'Z c3'7.,1' gh f 'tf'.e2'2 5 "ff . , fl ,. f' ,Y,yhxtfS 113.7 , .mm S , ,z1,l1Q'M l. A , 'ff,ygs.4l. 7 353216 3 A ff- r fl as s .1:?5Q5,?.V 55-at .g t , x, W 41- iflfvrarif-ff. tlw n . Y 5 l:r'fle2 if . fin I 4? , Q' . QW' . 'vu-W-4 ' M , W, ,- j fg g q m , .. ya . . 4 f I , , -Q 1 4? ' ff' fi' N., -f ..- no-f' ' I r I hgwwu -all 1 N ll M fs Il' be-N aww ,r' Q. WK lot YQ: 1-.ff f vi y . i F - "H ' ,-.. . ,nv -.. 1 ,s.'k W K f i -K. , zknsk , l , ,1' tt, 116-isis, .YQ W:f,:g,ffz sl- 554 5, 'Twist' QL l'1"' C 'ii' 5 Q5 x . .. 'X , Q - ' Xen, -W ' L.n may 1- .,, -v . . , C -In an ya. , as ,Y 4 fs: 335 W Wi- if C'-X -.- I EK qs V s F 4 .. """' ,S 4 rv? ,T 5 'WQUH--v WWK N .fs Q 2 ' "'L' X ii' ' , ' 'Ia an ..a K- L1 s f i 'W x AY' Mx . ' .' X ,,4v.,a,,x . Q:-f 'jj' if 42, xl ge 'T 1 N T l X l ill ' . ,gl f L. ,, .1-. fn Qi A i -0 -Kb v'A-VI, V I . 41 wi f , , yx .K 'Q' f Sig'- gn "' in 'Q . uh 1 f 'air .wwf ,, gf Jim v.,.f,.,,,f.,,,y ff- W ,M ,. f QQ V 4 X 3 Q i'i'7f, ' SENIORS 29 'iv . W fist ? .1 ,g 5 z. . gt f gy' ismtier ne w ' i ft ' I BECKY J. BROKAW-Orchestra, Jr. Guard ot Honor, Delta Gamma Omega, YFC, Girls' League Council, Co-Chairman of Girls' Leagues Committee, FNA SUZANNE L. BROOKSHIRE-Synchronized Swimming Show, Competitive Swimming, President, Secretary, Treasurer of Yoga, Bowling Club, GAA BILL BROWN-Varsity Basketball, Alpha Theta Chi, Jr. Varsity Football CAROLYN D. BROWN-Vice President of Omega Kappa Chi, GAA GARY BROWN-President of Varsity Club, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Basketball CAROL BRUCE-President, Treasurer, Historian of Medea, Jr. Guard of Honor, Legislature LYNDA LEE BRANSFORD-Operetta, Advanced Modern Dance, Legisla- ture, Girls' League Council, Sr. Talent Show, Sr. Chorus Line ', -MM f?m Jug., v i. .- 4 '91, if - W il i!'!'Z1 M . . , W ,t,, 1, W. r is .gy .5 IA.. mg 4 5 5 '1 ROSS BUCKELEW ROBERT K. BULT-Bowling Club CHARLOTTE BURDICK-Social Chairman of Salus, Kidettes, Soph. 81 Sr. Class Council, Girls' League Representative, Vice President, Treasurer of Omnis, Marching Band, Girls' League Art Committee DIANNE BURGESS-Omega Kappa Chi, Big Sister Committee! ,lf fi. is.' X gs R. STANLEY BURK ff' T A I i 4,2 l TF kMgeaH4Qx JIM BURKE .X PATRICIA J. BURKHARDT-Girls' League Council, GAA, Girls' League Refreshment Committee my verb' ,rw JAMES E. CAMERON--Social Chairman of Lambda Sigma, BTD, Jazz Recordings, Tool Design, Hall Service DONNA DAY CAMPBELL-Advance Modern Dance, Big Sister Committee, Sr. Class Council CHARLENE A. CARPENTER-Cosmopolitan Club, Tennis Club MARTHANNE CARPENTIER-YFC, Iota Chi Alpha, Kidettes, GAA NANCY L. CARRIER-Historian, Corresponding Secretary of Medea, Cor- responding Secretary of MMA JOE LYNN CARROLL-Cosmopolitan Club, Operettd DAVE CARTER-Secretary of Lam Sig LINDA L. CATLIN-President, Recording Secretary of Medea, Soph., Jr., Sr. Council, NHS, CSF, Jeweled M, Jr. Guard of Honor, FTA, Jr. Statesmen, Advertising Art, Big Sister Committee, Omnis, GAA, Life Saving, Recreation Club, Rho Tau Omega JAMES E. CAYA-Stage Crew BRIAN WILLIAM CHAD-Jr. Varsity Baseball, Varsity Baseball, President of Chi Sigma, Letterman's Club BARBARA A. CHAFFIN-Sr. Talent Show, Jr. - Sr. Girls' Glee, Future Nurses Club, Singing Group I RICHARD CHARELTON-BTD MICHAEL P. CHEW-California Scholars Federation, German Club, Ar- peggio Music Club GERALDINE CHITWOOD-President of Girls' League, Secretary of Ram- shack Canteen, Salus, President, Chaplain of Anchor, Achates, CSF, NHS, Sr. Class Council, Art 8. Decoration Committee Chairman, Leg- islature, Jr. Statesmen, Cosmopolitan Club, Gold M, Jr. Guard of Honor, GAA JANET CLARK-Chaplain, Rush Chairman of Medea, Big Sister Com- mittee, Aries r MEREDITH M. CLARK-Gymnastics RONALD R. CLARK-Captain of Varsity Track, Varsity Cross Country, Key Club, Varsity Club, Band DENNIS R. CLARKE-Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track, B Track, Letterman's Club LEAMAN CLARKE-Thadus, Lab. Assistant CELESTE E. CLINTON-Big Sister Committee, Talent Show, Crafts Club ROBERT COLEMAN-Serfs AWW- wing, Q43 2 -f ,I y fs .' , 2 Q s 1 E .,.-f mu-43-R wm,..1.. ,. s ,xx 3 'ft 11.7- si., ,mmsv ff. V: '11 L. V wnmwu-if, , 'init C 7 V' 41' bl 1 ' ,ff'5"tl'+-.,'Q4Ef. Qf ,433 2 .5 A525 I .- 3,-4 ,Y 1 I V Ki uma... 1 f "'?"..,:"7 iv' QP". T' X Virus, y Q aww . RVWNNQ f AWK X Ll... E f. TN. L 25:5 I I 'yur es LIN ,JA JANA LEE BURNS-Treasurer of Ramshack Canteen, Big Sister Committee SUE ELLEN BUSCH-Treasurer ot Sodalis, Vice President of Iota Chi, FTA, Synchronized Swimming, GAA, Vice President of French Club BONNIE BUSTER SHARRON JANET BYRON-President of Socii, Parliamentarian of Anchor, Kidettes, Girls' League Council, Secretary ot Legislature, Operetta, Advance Modern Dance ROBERT CAHILL LYNDA FRANCES CALDORERA-Ramettes, Omega Kappa Chi DARLA CALHOUN 'Fr-ew fe so I .ll 'Q' Kung., I , W ,f Wffi, -, X ,, f , . 1 wi, I gi 72 72 3 f Q ft 104 . , , , ff, , I i It H YT? Q Xl 4 iw., Q fx-7 N..' i ' f ,L , Mm V, fi , I 41? 1' X if 4, ,gb , I me , wf 4 I "Wu wg X y ff 4 f f! f jf ff r". N ww. 'iw '71 is 4' at 4' I , tj' Yr' 'er 6,9 I Wwf z f f JEAN COLWELL-Secretary of YFC, Principal's Honor Roll, Honor Society, CSF, Sodalis, Girls' League Committee ELIZABETHANN CONRAD-Kidettes Drill Team, Sr. Chorus Line, Varsity Song Leader, Girls' League Representative, Sr. Talent Show SANDRA SUE COOTS-Orrgnis, Crafts ROGER A. CORMIER-BTD TONY L. COZART-Serfs VICKI S. CRABTREE-Sr. Chorus Line DAVID R. CRANE-Serfs, Jr. Varsity Football, Jr. Varsity Basketball .--ug r .af ag 'lu-rr' , 8F"""Wrw 955- X 15, .Rim rfnw' gf N- vvQ..c.N.,, " ii '53 was Q V PAUL EAST-Varsity Track, B Track, B Football, Jazz Recordings LINDA SUE ECKERMAN-Student Nurse, Advance Modern Dance KENNETH L. EDWARDS-Serfs, Varsity Water Polo, Varsity Swimming PAUL EGGERTSEN DALE EDWARD EGNER-Varsity Club, Letterman's Club, Varsity Water Polo, Varsity Swimming, Newspaper Printing Staff WOODY N. EISENHART-Ramshack Canteen, Stage Crew JOHN ELDRED-Vice President of Alpha Theta Chi, Varsity Yell, B Yell, Varsity Track, A Cappella Choir, Key Club A. E. ENRIGHT-Track, Skating Club, YFC GARY D. ERNST-California Scholars Federation, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Club, Jr. Varsity Baseball, B Basketball, Letterman's Club ROBERTA JOAN ESTEP-Bowling Club, Photography Club DALE EVANS DONNA EVANS ANDREW WILSON FAHY-Transfer from Hawaii JOANNA L. FARRELL-Spanish Club, Girls' League Refreshment Commit- tee, GAA, Stamp Club K, 815, . ,i ag 'U flu is gf-X A I-at X . mi sv., N V-.,...... iw, Q3 ,231 I 5. 'v X Q--5 , X. xwllx ltfzfi A Il z fx V , Q ag! M, fr'x 'UI A S .xx ll lla. 'J:: l r if Q ,wg f:'N -a l 9 l Airs: his . ss? X . 1 s s Y 1 -.g1L , Jaws f ak ,. 'Q-we !'P'- ,- li 'S I 1 Mg, .x 4,5 fvvv .- . V- . I .mr 4 . 'ff' 11,5355 'Fil ' in , ., ...rg ri.. .. ,. 1 :..,r g 1 ,, ls 1 ,1- diiifx A53 4' I -'mt Q.-.,..-3 'M-r .Maw wmmngp.. Q, 2 ,wwf f z WILLIAM CHARLES L.KUUL.r-1-rrL., Larm Cluo, Caurornra Caaer Corps Color Guard JANET H. CRUTCHFIELD-Transferred from Springfield, Massachusetts. Carosel, Art-Photography Club, Dramatics, Riding Club, GAA WARREN CUNNINGHAM--California Scholars Federation, Fishing Club PATRICIA L. CUTTER-Girls' League Representative, GAA, Tennis Club, Refreshment Committee BEVERLY DAMBRAUCHAS-YFC, Kidettes LINDA DAVIDSON-Treasurer of Socii, Secretary of Girls' League, Anchor, Achates, Jr. - Sr. Class Council, CSF, GAA, Spanish Club, Synchronized Swimming Show, Gold 81 Jewelled M, Honor Guard, Jr. Statesmen, Kidettes, Ramettes DIANA LEE DAVIS-Iota Chi, Jr.-Sr. Glee Club, Synchronized Swim- ming, Advanced Dance, Brigadoon, Sr. Talent Show, Legislature, YFC, Big Sister Committee. EMMILY DAVIS-Recording Secretary of Tabu SUE DAVIS-Student Council, Kidettes, Corydon Staff, Anu MICHAEL DAWSON-Chi Sigma, Foreman of Printshop, Orchestra LINA ANN DENEAULT-GAA, Cosmopolitan Club, Bowling Club, Big Sister Committee DARRELL C. DICKINSON DIANE DIXON-GAA, Anchor, Corresponding Secretary 8r Vice President of Socii, Jr. Guard of Honor, Big Sister Committee, Jr. Statesmen DOUGLAS D. DIZNEY-President of Serfs, B Football Team, Swimming Team DON DOBSON-BTD DIXIE DODD JOHN MURRAY DONALD-Spanish Club CHARLES THOMAS DORTCH-Treasurer of CSF, Secretary, Treasurer of Thodus, President of Letterrnan's Club, Varsity Basketball, Captain of B Basketball, All-City B Basketball, Jr. Varsity Baseball DOUG DOUGLASS KEN JOE DUCKWORTH-Jazz Recordings, BTD GARY L. DULL-Stage Crew is QQ me Q 2 'WW fi ,. 9' 1,..,w-r 1 5 'W' Z, ,L 'mf All . 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'ffl 5 Vx. 2 . 0 ov' ' .Q-'- 'I+ lO', bed' JUDY FELTON-Anchor, Achates, Sodalis, Kidettes, Corresponding Secre- tary of CSF, Publicity Chairman 8. Entertainment Chairman of Girls League, Sr. Class Council, NHS, Sr. Chorus Line, Legislature BONNIE ANNE FERGUSON-President of Tabu, Vice President of Thes- pians, Stage Door, Nine Girls, Best Foot Forward, Brigadoon, Bank of America Candidate BONNIE I. FIEGER-Vice President of Salus, Chaplain of Socii, Anchor, Kidettes, Jr. Honor Guard, Corresponding Secretary of Girls' League, Synchronized Swimming, Legislature, Big Sister Committee RONALD RUST FISHER-President 8. Vice President of Lambda Sigma NANCY FOLTZ JO CAROLYN FORD-Corresponding Secretary of Anu, Kidettes, Jr. - Sr. Class Councils, Jr. Guard of Honor, CSF, Secretary of Spanish Club, Big Sister Committee KENNETH C. FOREMAN-Varsity Club, Stage Crew, C Swimming, B Water Polo, Varsity Water Polo, Letterman's Club VERRYL V. FOSNIGHT-California Scholars Federation, NHS, Key Club, C, .lr. Varsity, B Basketball Letterman, Physics Team, Legislature, Jr. Class Council DENISE R. FRANTZ-Transferred from San Pedro, California DARLENE DOLORES FRIED-Transferred from San Rafael, California. Future Teachers of America HUGH FULLER JAMES L. FULLER-YFC, Chemistry Club, Electronics Club, Chess Club STEVEN FULLER-Vice President of Serfs, Swimming Team GLORIA DAGMAR GAMBLE-Big Sister Committee, Student Council, Legislature GAY GARD-Vice President of Salus, Sr. Class President, Homecoming Princess, Corresponding Secretary of Achates, Jr. - Sr. Class Council, Buffums' Young Careerist, Jr. - Sr. Legislature, Student Government, Big Sister Committee, Jr. Honor Guard, Campus Appreciation GARY R. GARDINER DUKE GARLAND GARY LEE GARRISON--Future Teachers of America, Key Club, B Basket- ball, Varsity Tennis, C Basketball, Shakespearean Club MICHAEL GASKILL-Serfs, Varsity Swimming NANCY L. GASS-Treasurer of Omnis, Kidettes DAVID E. GAUTSCHY-Treasurer of Chi Sigma, Jazz Club, Spanish Club JOHN J. GEIER VIVIAN LORAINE GIBSON-Corresponding Secretary, Parliamentarian of Sodalis, NHS, CSF, A Cappella, Brigadoon, Cosmopolitan Club, Spanish Club, FTA, GAA, Omnis RON GIFFORD-Hall Service MICHAEL O. GILBERT-Varsity Tennis CHARLES A. GILMORE--Best Foot Forward, Tennis Team, Riding Club, Bowling Club, Soph. Class Council KAREN KAYE GIPE-Sr. Glee, Operetta, Christmas Program, Spring Concert SHAREN R. GlPE4Sr. Girls' Glee, Riding Club JOAN MARION GIVENS-Spanish Club, Cosmopolitan Club, GAA, Syn- chronized Swimming TAMARA LEE GOLDSMITH-Vice President, Chaplain, Social Chairman of Medea MIKE GORRIS-Gymnastics Team, Swimming Team, Water Polo Team, Bowling Club ANN GRAHAM-President, Historian, Sergeant-at-Arms of Medea, Inter- club Council, Synchronized Swimming, Sr. Life Saving LINDA JEANETTE GRAHAM-YFC MARLYS LEE GRAHAM-Chaplain, Sergeant-at-Arms of Salus, Co-Chair- man of Entertainment, Student Council, Soph. Class Council, Jr. - Sr. Class Council, Legislature, B Yell, Head B Yell, Achates, Swim Show, Gold 8. Jewelled M, Guard of Honor, Jr. Statesmen, Big Sister Com- mittee, Prom Committee, Mistress of Ceremonies for Homecoming, Clerical Assistant, Young Life, Girls' League Committee JUDITH ANN GRANDFIELD-Jr. Glee, Stage Design, Advanced Art, Ad- vertising Art RUSSELL GRAVES-BTD JOYCE E. GREEN ROSLYN H. GREENBERG-Cosmopolitan Club, National Honor Society, California Scholars Federation, GAA, Spanish Club DAVE GRIFFIN-Corydon Print Shop KAREN GRIMWOOD-Modern Dance, Operetta, Chorus Line, Sr. Talent Show, Sr. Girls' Glee LIBBY GAY GROUT-Salus, Big Sister Committee, Omnis, MYF MICHAELE E. GRUTTADURIA-Synchronized Swimming, Cosmopolitan Club, Foreign Language Club, Spanish Club ROBERT GUERTIN-Varsity Yell Leader, Vice President, Secretary, Treas- urer of Thadus, Serfs, Sr. Class Council, Jr. Class Council, Jr. Statesmen LESTER C. GUMM-YFC, Thespians, Sr. Talent Show, Stage Door, Best Foot Forward. BERNARD CLARK HAIGHT-BTD, Track, Chi Rou, Fishing Club, Bowling Club JILL HALL MARCIA HALL-Flag Girl, Kidettes, California Scholars Federation, Legis- lature, Synchronized Swimming, Modern Dance, Jr. Chorus Line SUE HALSINGER RUSSELL HAMMOND-C Swimming, B Water Polo, B Swimming, Varsity Water Polo, Varsity Swimming, Key Club 2?.H"'7f,5 f :lt we fav 'My' 'iwumphv' r f'3""2v? f V' ext 'f 'B-Q., Lg: ssh! My . 1 I f '.,.A,AAv . 1 . Vg - 'Iwi X. ..,, L . ,vwwf my 5 an 'Qs J g " 0 W. ,, Q vis, f 0 . fs.. . L ay . , Z W N., L ' ' f A V, mM f ,. , ' J 5, V ,, , A , ' 2 If H A . r i y 4 2' F ,W , , ., Z Kg I er l A ' .1 .gl 1 3 f 'V' A Q rf-- if i A S V 'ff - , Lf My f' X ' s "' ' , . 'W .5 """w V I I' , I K ff 'sr . f Z. 7 If f f ff f rd' iff!!! C, .' ,Q ,L f ' , yy ,A 4 44-Y' .1 . 1,1 I. . S: ' ,J 74 I I I4 Q U nuff:- bb, 4, 41' ', ,. 4, , , .,.. 1 , - ,... 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' my, " i ,Ge 9- onw- , u . ,-- 'WWW SHARON HANDY-A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, Operetta, Kidettes, Synchronized Swim Show, Sr. Talent Show, Jr. Guard of Honor, Big Sister Committee, Arpeggio, Recreation Committee EVELYN A. HANKS-Salus, Sr. Talent Show, Honor Guard, Synchronized Swim Show, Maiorehe JOANN LEE HARPER--Jazz Recordings, Cosmopolitan, Ushers Club FRANK HARRIS TREWDI HARRISON-Socii, President of Tabu, Vice President of Thes- pians, Spanish Club, Talent Show BONNIE LEE HARTLEY JANICE LESLIE HATHAWAY-Medea, Rho Tau Omega, Chionard Scholar- ship, Advertising Art, Big Sister Committee, GAA, Ramshack STEVE HEADLEY-Stage Crew, Bowling Club, BTD RICHARD R. HEARD-Serfs GEORGIA E. HEDRICK-President of Salus, Achates, National Honor Society, A Cappella Choir, Kidettes, Gold M, Secretary of Girls' League Council, Jr. Class Council, Ramettes GREG SCOTT HEINZE LARRY HEMEON-Track Team, Canteen Board CHUCK H. HENDERSON-Student Body President 81 Vice President, Co- Chairman of Entertainment, President of Alpha Theta Chi, NHS, Jr. Varsity Football, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis, Key Club RUSSELL J. HENDRICKSON-President 8. Vice President of Key Club, A Cappella Choir JIM M. HENSON-Serfs, B Swimming Team, Swimming Show STU HERZ-Swimming Team, Water Polo, All City Water Polo ED HIGUERA-Gymnastics DON HILL-Lambda Sigma, Van BILL HITE-Treasurer of Serfs, B Football, Captain of C Track, California Scholars Federation JAMES HOARD JUDY R. HOBBS 'tlqgwfi M ' 'iliac in if 595254 tiff.. at Q fear. fx". 'li if BOB EU E E H F 4LamBda Sigma, Jazz Recordings ' SANDY GENE HOGAN4Varsity Cheerleader, Recording Secretary of Salus, Anchor, President 81 Secretary of Girls' League, Achates, CSF, i National Hogar Socizaf, Vice President of4Spanish Club, DAYLENE ELLEN HOLLAND-Pledge Chairman of Socii, Jr. Guard of Honor, Omnis, Big Sister Committee ELLEN N. HOLLE-ExchangelStudent from Holland. Vice President of GAA, Vice President of Girls' League, Anchor, Sodalis, Student Council R BARBARA A. HOLLIDAY-YFC, Future Teachers of America, GAA, Bowling Club VASSAR 'PEPPER' HOLOUBEK--Vice President of Student Body, Salus, Achates, NHS, Operetta, Jr. Guard of Honor, A Cappella Choir, Y,wMcidrigal Singers, Soph. Class Council, French Club, Legislature, DANIEL D. HOLTON-Key Club, Chaplain ot Varsity Club, Varsity Foot- ball, Letterman's Club, Soph., Jr., Sr. Class Councils, B Football, B Track, Legislature A ,-,..i,r.,: iz i K 'Vw - it fs, 5 .M A P A 1. I ,i V I 1 , .M I it xt S-1 ..,- .K V4 5, 4' 4 . :is -X ' l J' X '-we A ' " h Q ' 'Nb gn urffm- 'X 'X ,L '1,..A f mf Rr ' f 'J Q 1 52390 s 3' W l I rt x 1 A '5 if 4: 'Sli-?'T.'7-'mt '. if 2 43 15' fait jgw-,Q 'TD GI' . ws, ..,.,, .Jr Q.. gl, gigatiighiz-' H, 'S 3 RONALD l. JOHNSON-C Track, Letterman's Club SHERRY LYNN JONES-Secretary, Chaplain, Parliamentarian of Omnis, Show Girls, Jr. Chorus Line, Cosmopolitan Club, Girls' League Coun- cil, Jr. Class Council, Legislature, Stage Door. CHUCK KALLWEIT JACK NORMAN KAVAN KEN M. KAWAICHI--Vice President Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Student Government, Tennis, JV Football, Drum Maior, Band, Orchestra, CSF, NHS, Key Club, Alpha Theta Chi, lnterclub Council JANE E. KELLER-Recording Secretary Salus, Achates, Socii, Jr. Honor Guard, Swim Show, Jr. and Soph. Councils, Kidettes, CSF, Prom Committee, Jr. Statesmen, Aries Sing, Big Sister Committee BARBARA J. KELLEY--Anu, Anchor, Achates, Kidettes, Jr. Class Council, Girls' League Committee Chairman, NHS, CSF, Cosmopolitan Club, Jr. Guard of Honor, Spanish Club, Synchronized Swim, lnterclub Council, Aries Sing, GAA Teams x-------f------ -f -'---- I ---------W I i fx 4 ,V ,, V ,nr W . .ei N , , xr . x D 81 J Q "" L I 0 K sq' ' Vs.. 1 I RZ., T' fs? C, wax' 4, ,,...4... We EDWARD HOUTZ ERIC HOUTZ-B Football, Varsity Baseball, Jr. Varsity Baseball, B Basket- ball BOB E. HOWE-Band, Fishing Club, Science Club, Jazz Recordings RICHARD JAMES HUDDLESTON-Track, Cross Country, President of Delta Phi, Letterman's Club, Spanish Club MAHRIE HUDSON ' JAMES WILLIAM HULL JANICE J. HULL-Transferred from Glendale, California. Swim Show, Legislature, CSF, Stunt Show, Congress Representative KATHERINE HUMMER-Competitive Swim, GAA Minor M, Big Sister Com- mittee, Bowling, Golf, Tennis JIM J. HUMPAL-Serfs, B Track, B Water Polo, Varsity Water Polo BRENDA HUMPHREYS-Girls' League, Omnis, Beta Gamma Sigma WOODROW J. HUTTON-Naturalist, FLEO, Jazz Recordings, Rifle Team WOIF R. IMBLER SHIRLEY A. IRICK-Omnis, Big Sister Committee, Transfer from Banning. Modern Dance, Girls' League Committee 4 I DORNA D. IRWIN-Iota Chi, CSF, Anchor, Spanish Club, Riding Club REX JACOBSEN-Rifle Team ' WARREN H. JAMES-Thadus, B Football, Jazz Club, Fishing Club JAMES FRANK JEFFORD f" 95 5 W Q K ELLEN M. JENNINGS-Secretary of CSF, NHS, Sophomore Council, Salus, M21 , 'rl Q, Achates, Girls' League, Big Sister Committee, Jr. Council, Senior ' ' A, 4 Vice President, Jr. Honor Guard we I t"" I DIANE JENSEN-A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, Jr. Guard of Honor, '59 , 'flf .ff Talent Show, Brigadoon, Arpeggio, Big Sister Committee ff I ' DON S. JENSEN-Electronics Club, Fishing Club, Golf Team I S CLIFFORD A. JOHNSTON-Corydon, Printing Staff, Aries Photographer, Photography Club I 1 f f f , ,gg , Mg. , 'fx "' I ,I ,V u ,, . 'G xv mi ,, , f,z,...,,.W 3 ..,, 5 ,Nm 'Q 41. X , , , f I, ' -, dvi, E as In .,...: I Q, f 4'-if fw, 5 nw 97 l Y, "ny T? ff 5 .f .., . it ,im . J Q, rd Y 0 'F w' -1"""" 01-9- N- 'T ALAN KRAVETS-California Scholars Federation, Radio Club, Hi-Y MARSHALL KULKIN-Stage Crew LYNDA LABELLE-Sodalis, Student Council, Ramettes, Robbie the Ram, Synchronized Swimming, Corydon, FTA, Legislature, Omnis, Foreign Language Club, French Club MARGIE A. LADD-Treasurer of Canteen, Omnis, Future Teachers of America, Girls' League Committee ELLEN LANKFORD-Omega Kappa Chi, Jr. Guard of Honor, Synchronized Swimming ALLAN A. LAWLER-Band JOAN A, LAYMAN--Medea H. RUSSELL LAZAR-Varsity Basketball, B Basketball, Thadus KENNETH LEEPER KEN LENDER-Thadus SHARON ANN LEONARD-School Plays, Chairman of BBG, Sewing Club, GAA PAUL LESK ROBERT LEVY-Serfs, B Football GARY LEWIS-Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, B Basketball, Stage Crew 5 t is ,ju P ,V . x 193155, 3. .E , . s X ,2 L: Ei .i-1' ig V -4, Q 5 - .g.f-,. Egg 2 Q . 555' 't '33 15" Qs 3lts,.fa .. in 'A- JUDY LEWIS KATHRYN E. LEWIS-Best Foot Forward, Nine Girls, Stage Door, CSF, Tabu, Spanish Club, Thespians, YFC, PAM LEWIS MALCOLM LIBBY-Rifle Team DEANNA LIND-Bowling Club, Lifesaving, Girls' League SHEILA MARCIA LIPSON-NHS, CSF, Anchor, National Merit Scholarship Test, Aries Sing, Jr. Class Council, Jr. Statesmen, Girls' League, Big Sister Committee GAIL LOFGREN ,. gl P L ibn Qs. J , F4 U' N u K 9- 'qsixfr f , , A 3 rj ,-KQQL. .vi Q , J P K in .I yq in H ,. L V 'x A. 1 ,- af' . 11, ,fir 'Ft ess so 3 1 5' X - ,ft 3 l t. 2.15 :f 'W .3 CLIFFORD KENNISH-Varsity Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Corydon Staff, Stage Crew JUDY K ENOYER-Competitive Swimming SUSAN DIANNE KIBLER-Office Assistant, Advance Modern Dance, Advertising Art MICHAEL A. KINGTON-Varsity Tennis, Scripters Writing Club, Delta Phi, Corydon Staff, Ramshack SUSAN MARIE KINSLOW-California Scholars Federation, Omnis, Jr. Guard of Honor, Ushers Club, Riding Club JAMES F. KINSTLE-Electronics Club, Fishing Club, Bowling Club BILL KIRBY FRED KJORLIEN-B Basketball JANICE L. KLUCK-Medea BETTY JO KNEISLY-A Cappella Choir, Sr. Girls' Glee, Brigadoon, YFC, Latin Club, Modern Dance Club JAMES H. KNOPP-Serfs LAURA SUZANNE KOCH-Zeus, Jr, Guard of Honor, Ushers Club RONALD l. KOENIG-Chemistry Team, B Track, Jr. Varsity Cross Country, C Track .i ...N AAAN fx A Hosni H' 0- ' "' H-J , ffm. Z-L. JW' X L 1 11 Q. ,, IU' 2. ,QR - 1 YI' "wr ,,7, gg-1 "'--tg FND' . N if , A , .. if ,, at L.. I 'S nv ' I .1 r-,Q - 1- .-W ,A I 4' , f' 'Sv' -- ' "fu . -for L in L bl A 4.1. lf" C I i I" 4 . hi "fait Q I F ' ..f?f?frm? - . ' ' W. 41 . V 1 V 'Z 4' . . ' . mf V, , DONNA L. LONG-A Cappella Choir, Brigodoon SALLY LONG-Secretary ot Ushers, Hall Service BARBARA LOPEZ IVAN LOPEZ-Cross Country, Track GARY M. LOUCKS BOB LOVE-Serfs, B Football, Jr. Varsity Football DENNIS LUCY LINDA LUDOLF JOANN C. LUTHER-Socii. Anchor, Jr. Guard of Honor CHARLES E. LYON SHARON R. LYON'-Secretary ot Soph. Class, Secretary of Junior Class, Jr. Homecoming Princess, President of Canteen, Anu, Varsity Song Leader, Kidettes, Pepsters, Secretary ot Girls' League, Secretary of Jr. Statesmen, Anchor, Achates, Honor Guard, Jr. - Sr. Class Council, Spanish Club, Sr. Chorus Line, Legislature KATHLEEN LOUISE LYNES-DAR Scholarship. Chaplain, Parliamentarian, Publicity Chairman of Sodalis, Achates, NHS, CSF, FTA, Cosmopolitan Club, Corydon Staff, Big Sister Committee, GAA, Advertising Art SUSAN JANE MacADAM-Finalist for Bank ot America Award, YFC, NHS, CSF, Spanish Club, Library Assistant, Cosmopolitan Club TERRI L. MACK--Clerical Assistant BILL E. MAHAFFEY CHARLES P. MALLORY-Varsity Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Operetta, Vice President of A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, Barber Shop Quartet, Sr. Talent Show BLAINE MANSFIELD-Varsity Football, Varsity Track, DeMolay, Jr. Varsity Football, B Track BEVERLY MANTSCH-CSF, NHS, Anchor, Kidettes, Pepsters, Girls' League Advisory Board, Legislature, Soph., Jr. Class Council, FTA, Spanish Club, Seal Bearer FRANCES LYNNE MANZ JEFF MARSKELL-Varsity Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Jr. Varsity Football, Jr. Varsity Golf CARL ROCKWELL MARSHALL-Jr. Varsity Basketball, Legislature, Letter- man's Club CAROLYN J. MARTIN-President ot Soph. Class, Varsity Song Girl, Presi- dent of Achates, President of Anu, Honor Guard, Kidettes 8. Pepsters, Jr. Class Council, CSF, Jr. Statesmen, NHS, Foreign Language Club, Big Sister Committee, Student Council, Interim Council, Inter-Club Council, GAA JUDITH MARTIN-Girls' League Committee Chairman, Soph., Jr. Class Council, Omnis NELSON JAMES MARTIN-Hall Monitor LYNDA ROSE MARTINEZ-Lambda Zeta, Inter-Club Council SHARON G. MATHISON-Yoga, Zeus, Jr. Guard of Honor, Big Sister Committee, Jr. Statesmen RON MAYO-Key Club, Alpha Theta Chi, CSF, Vice President of NHS, Orchestra, Varsity Cross Country, All Southern Orchestra, Physics Team, B Track, Varsity Track, Letterman's Club, FTA ROY W. McBRlDE--Water Polo, Tennis, Jr. Class Council MARIANNE MCCONAHAY-Jr. Girls' Glee STEPHEN MCCLURE-Abstracts MONTY MCDERMOTT-Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, B Football, Varsity Club JOYCE MARIE MCDORMAN-FTA, Recording Secretary of GAA, German Club, Red Cross, Girls' League Committee, Usher Club, Girls' League Council, CSF JACKIE McFALL-Historian 8. President of Omnis, GAA LYNNE McINTOSH DON MacINTYRE-President ot Thadus, Serfs sigh, Q!'ww" ' AML. if-,,.. 1 'PNN "raw C 'I 7, ,f . ,. '4 21227. iff 'Z' JM my . ' . My .M--' Z ' gfwfifffzfi f ,f. 4-.I A ,, f 4161, 5 V. .. Y., 7 7 fr: f ff 2 J. 'Lg' 4 f I 3, - ft S' : ... Vi Q Y ... A sgg if . L. s lg I -QM .I 4' ,gs f f is . U -- gf' V S' X . A ft-:rv QF'-' Q3 Q' X -X ,QK gg v 'Huw-v , 3 ,, .. L wg! f f A Z K .V i E Q" 2 'M ,W cgi. '00 vii!" 'fl I Y' I s '75 .ff X QQ ,f I ' f 'Www ,V 9700, x", f c 1 1" 'iff' 44 "Q"""1b' FM 13 S 1,0 7' '41 sv' I if 5' " -.Y ,,9,v 05 f N ,,4,.,,,W-v' f . ! 92 .f xxx - 1- ,l Q34 AV! Yff X074 Q 4 0 ' ,Nfl Af f' 4 3 in, 4 FS if af! S4 Q-1' I ma., , ' IZ' 1 Q X4 1 M ' if 'Ci i f 7 , f 4 X mf? J 1 'ami '- af cw ,gp 1 Q 'Nav' 'S ,Lin sv' Who. nv.. Wir' 'Munr- Amw 42 cf--'rf aw. 3,-,kv 1' LIUD CAROL LEE MECKLER-Chaplain 8. Treasurer at Omega Kappa Chi, Leg- islature, GAA, Bowling Club, Big Sister Committee BETTY JANE MELINO-Future Nurses Club, GAA CYNTHIA JANE MELOM--NHS, CSF, Seal Bearer, President of Future Teachers of America, Aries, Cosmopolitan Club, Spanish Club, Legis- lature, Chemistry Team, Big Sisters Committee, Inter-Club Council, Omnis SHARON MELTZER-Salus, Student Body Secretary, Achates, Inter-Club Council, Legislature, Girls' League Council, Guard of Honor, Jr. Statesmen, Big Sister Committee NEAL METAL-President of Thespians, Cosmopolitan, Spanish Club, Oper- etta, Inter-Club Council, Jr. Statesmen, American Legion Speech Contest JUDITH LOUISE METZ-Future Teachers ot America, Red Cross CAROL METZGER-Spanish Club, Riding Club, Future Teachers of America NEIL N. MEYER-President of Senior Class, Varsity Yell, Alpha Theta Chi, Key Club, President of CSF, NHS, Physics Team, Varsity Track, B Track, C Track, Captain of Jr. Varsity Cross Country, B Football, German Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Jr. Statesmen, Precinct Captain GAIL BEVERLY MICHAELS-Secretary of Sodalis, Legislature, NHS, CSF, Cosmopolitan Club, FTA, Spanish Club, Treasurer of Thespians, GAA JEFF W. MILLEDGE-Serfs, Baseball, Jazz Club, Fishing Club CAROL LEE MILLER-Kidettes, CSF, Senior Class Council, Sr. Guard of Honor, Showgirls, Cosmopolitan Club, Jr. Statesmen, GAA, Synchro- nized Swimming, Girls' League Council, Chairman of Art 81 Decoration DIXIE KAY MILLER-Transferred from Bradford, Pennsylvania. Co-Editor of Aries, Corydon Staff, Ushers Clubf Student Council, Annual Staff, FTA, Jr. - Sr. Prom Committee GARY L. MILLER-Bowling Club, Delta Phi, DeMolay JACK MICHAEL MILLER-Co-Captain of Varsity Football, Player of the Year, Vice President of Varsity Club, CSF, Letterman, Varsity Tennis, President of Fishing Club RALPH MILLER RICHARD E. MILLER-Track, Cross Country, Varsity Club RUSSELL MILLER WENDY LOUISE MILLER-Chaplain of Salus, Girls' League Representative, Big Sister Committee, GAA, FTA MAUREEN MILLET-Kidettes, Synchronized Swimming DENNIS L. MILTON-Track, Jr. Varsity 8. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track CNW' - 'Queer' 4 1, 4 W , X W , Vw X Z 1 i f, wi iz 7 . i M! 1 ' f 5 M 232224: Q "J ki"-S' M 454- ,Q Y""'f'-'V 3'f"1 . KV? fan, K ht. EH" Y!"""V I fab ,mt Q, cy.. . Q 'SQA' xx NWA Ni Ilggf Qi- I"Ns 'M Wx 'vA"" li t - H2 ' it I ... . Ui-HE. A-: J , .. xg ,W W, J f, f, , J "2 sy. . X f f . 44 W Q, - ,4 Q K J Z ' 7 f v 3955 , f V Q W1 " . 5552355253- W . 'tit' A , , 'f A wh -wxfvggg I3 f V V P hi V PEN, T:fzs,z4 1 f tw '4 .52-9' Wm 1 4. , awe Azwgg g,,4,:0f-s I ,V ,A ,la . , ffggfggfyy in-N7 valtrex'-cnfartrlf rffwrffmr, l,ztf1?2,k,1,gi.,4,iiz., -q sg-ss, , ,.qgg5,,,fg,:2fv if ' 'uw '55-1-f,L rr. 2-2, if t'm4:,-tv-.P 5:1 ,541 ,, ,.,m,, ly1'g,.,1,p.t..A, 19 , ,pf ' HPI, g ,.l:g,, J 4 1 "vga by wg qi ,X A M..i1ek,.. -13. 7' . :Z-.1 l 1 at f in Q., ...fi ,.. l 11 ' f, V4 V,A. ,AVV 47, f' ' f.1,,-,VY Y 55' MJ 5 3 V v, f DYANE E. MINAER-Homecoming Queen, Co-Chairman ot Entertainment, Head Flag 8- Pepster, Kidettes, Jr. Guard of Honor, Salus, Choreog- rapher of Ramettes, A Cappella Choir, Madrigal Singers, Arpeggio DENNIS EDWARD MITCHELL-Slide-rule Club, Riding Club PAUL MITCHELL-Serts, Chess 8. Checkers Club, Jr. Varsity Football NANCY LEE MOEHLE-GAA, Hall Monitor MARGARET ARLENE MOEN-Socii, NHS, CSF Sealbearer, Synchronized Swimming, Lead in Swim Show, Kidettes, Orchestra TANYA MOFFAT-Iota Chi, Kidettes, GAA RICHARD DENNIS MONTGOMERY-Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, Chaplain of Varsity Club, Honor Society, CSF, Secretary of Letter- man's Club ik- g 1 I i TRAVIS A. MONTGOMERY-Interim Council, Student Council, Soph., Jr., Sr. Class Councils, Secretary ot Key Club, District Secretary, District Governor, Delegate to Key Club Conventions, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Letterman's Club, Band, Orchestra, A Cappella Choir, Madrigal Singers, Barbershop Quartet, Brigadoon, Young Life, Alpha Theta Chi, Gold M, Jewelled M, Jr. Statesmen, Sr. Talent Show, Corydon Staff, Aries Staff BARBARA LOUISE MOORE-Yoga, Honor Guard, Big Sister Committee, Student Council, Future Nurses Club SUE MOORE-Bowling Club, GAA, CYF DONNA MORGAN-Kidettes, Iota Chi, Girls' League Committees JOAN A. MORRIS-A Cappella Choir, Advanced Dance MARY C. MORRIS-Advanced Dance SUE MUDRA-Omega Kappa Chi, Advertising Art , SENIORS f, , . M? 4094. 'QU vs- we ,f4QArf WH' Zhrrf BILLY J. NEWMAN SHARON M. NICHOLS TERRY E. NICHOLS-Big Sister Committee, Jr. Guard of Honor, Tabu RICHARD D. NICKS-Varsity Tennis, Band DONNA R. NIEBUHR-Treasurer ot Anchor, GAA, Jr. Class Council N. KAYE NIELSON-President, Vice President 81 Secretary of Delta Gamma Omega, Orchestra, Arpeggio, Future Nurses of America, GAA ROY DEL NIXON-YFC MICHAEL L. NOEL-Varsity Club, Varsity Golf, B Basketball, C Basketball MIKE A. NOLAND-Football, Gymnastics, Future Teachers of America, California Scholars Federation PRESTON E. NORMAN-Thadus DON F. NUZUM-B Basketball, Jr. Varsity Baseball, Fishing Club TERRY O'BARR-Serfs, B Football, C Track, B Track GARY RICHARD O'BRYAN-CSF, Varsity Track, Jr. Varsity Cross Country, Jr. Varsity Football, Chemistry Team, B Track, Bowling Club JOHN J. OEHLER-Captain of Varsity Football, Varsity Track, President of Varsity Club, Student Council, Legislature, Chemistry Team PENELOPE OLSEN-National Honor Society, Bowling Club, CSF, Girls' 5 ' I if SENIOR 1 755 , if League Representative, Lite Saving, YFC WALLACE TERRY OLSON-Key Club, Band, Jr. Varsity Football V WALTER D. OLSON-Jr. Statesmen, Foreign Language Club, Cosmopoli- A- tan Club, Bowling Club, Electronics, Industrial Drawing fi gs' 1 ,.,. ""f' :- GEORGE onnz gg:-J, I' I g A CAROL OSTACH-Vice President 81 Treasurer of Socii, Future Teachers ot A ' I America, Vice President of GAA, Jr. Class Council J . RALPH C. OWENS--Varsity Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Jr. Var- A 'I '1 sity Basketball, B Track, Co-Captain of B Football, Corydon . . or , Lg 55,--:Km Q.. JIM PALMER-Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Jr. Varsity Football, B Track, 4- , k ' i A 3 I Jr. Varsity Baseball, Varsity Club, Letterman's Club ',.' ' A ' " I :Iii f ""'fSi'fs'-.X I I . .. -I , 11 w -I Q. x I, I I an I - ' . 'ff 4 qu-...i w - l l . it 2 I E f':,,-1A-- ,, 1 A .V , vt- 'Q ,- B' I' . fi MI' , Q yi I J in-.w -' F 1 K fs. 15, '31, 'US 'J' 'E .4 A rf ,, .fgniy :ft . 21 Eftaur -X 1, "TIE," my 2 .xy X. . 4" V 'Q 7 'Er- asf . Q.. 2 1-'J Q . . 51 ' ."'!i""'l l r., ' - ,ye-'.n sxvl l1",: 1 ' .a fu NY -v- X s-1'-f', ' O T mnzmmuzvauuavawnsnxz -'53 if-Ii, in ...,, fm, 429 DKEIYI JKJHPI NLUFILCNDEKL7-VVCICI' VOIO INGRID MUNKITTRICK-Iota Chi, Modern Dance, Advertising Art, Ger- man Club, YFC JEFFRIE G. MURPHY--California Scholars Federation, National Honor Society, Future Teachers of America, Chemistry Team, Tennis Team JUDY NANCE WILLIAM F. NEAL-B Track, Jr. Varsity Track, C Track, Hi-Y RICHARD DARYL NEIGHBARGER-Vice President of Arpeggio, Band, Orchestra, Tennis Team DONNA KAY NEWELL-President of Arpeggio, Delta Gamma Omega, Orchestra, Omnis V .X 1-GW l W- , sl, I ,.' 1 My 'mf THOMAS P. PANAGOS-Band, Photography Club B. LEIGH PANKEY-Omega Kappa Chi, Girls' League Council, Synchro- nized Swimming SYLVIA JENE PARKER-Anu, National Honor Society, California Scholars Federation, Jr. Class Council, Pepsters, Kidettes, Ramettes, Jr. Honor Guard, Delta Tau Sigma, Sr. Orchestra, Fashion Show, Talent Show PHYLLIS JANE PARSELL-California Scholars Federation, National Honor Society, Jr. Guard of Honor, Art 8. Decoration, Big Sister Committee, Secretary 8 Sergeant-at-Arms of Latin Club, FTA, Food Committee DAVE R. PARSONS-Varsity Track, Jr. Varsity Cross Country, B Track, Key Club, Chemistry Team, Spanish Club, CSF LARRY LEE PARSONS SHEILA ALAYNE PATCHEN-Anu, Achates, Senior Princess, Kidettes, Cali- fornia Scholars Federation, Brigadoon, Senior Girls Glee if fggv, , 117' ff ff M4 5225, ff f X I 1 f WZ , , g W 1 X . W we W- vf I, . ...., , lf, , 1 ffl 3 1 2 9 '52 i fit if I 'LIVV ' ,f , M' wif , ,,-,. f, , f ' , Z "QC fr 4 . -' 24 7 if f. f ,fi " 4 ' , we l- -f , " z T I , W , iv . ik , I , f L A 2 M ills' :Qs 'iiirxvv GARY BRUCE RAYTINOV-President 81 Vice President of National Honor Society, CSF, Treasurer of FTA, Legislature, Jr. Statesmen, Vice President of Latin Club, Tennis Club ROGER E. RHOADES-President of Student Body, President ot California Scholars Federation, NHS, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Var- sity Club, B Basketball, Jr. Varsity Baseball, Letterman's Club, PrincipaI's Honor Roll PHYLLIS NADINE RICE--Sodalis, Cosmopolitan Club, Future Teachers of America AL RICO-Lambda Sigma RUTH HELEN RIDENOUR-Stage Make-up, Head Usher, Stage Design, Big Sister Committee, Girls' League SUZANNE ELIZABETH RIESTER-Big Sisters Committee, Future Nurses of America VIRGINIA GAYLE RIGGS-Red Cross fi liii' mt Q " -'f sg mana-W, . its , 48 SENIORS TERRY RILEY BETTY ROBERTS JUDY ANN ROBERTSGN-Riding Club, GAA FRANK E. RODMAN PATRICIA L. ROUTH-Legislature, Modern Dance RALPH RUETZE--President of German Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Bowling Club EIRIK RUTLIN-Foreign Exchange Student trom Norway. Pledge Master of Alpha Theta Chi, Chairman of Clubs 8- Activities, Cross Country, Cosmopolitan Club Q ' if X fl 5. vm 1 ff Z, f f A .M muy,- ', , I ,I 3 ' lf! 'U5i'P""'fV Pa Thur I 1 .4 . A ,ft ".' : ,L , i,s ' Ml Ii nv'-"' i G'f"'7 'R if I I 1 4, ..ti" I . 5, iii ,V 'I Q -naw ww 1 p 1 ji 'C' w fi Y Z 3 3 J? .2 -:M , 5 ' 4 , Y 'ENG-. xp - .N-3' f, 5 -. .Z J z,, fr, ,LW 5:2 if a "f, fr: ,' . .ye ,V ,577 3 L, ., , Yffcdz VV.1f7 4, . V, ,f.Vt,, I ,yi V,,, f , M, I fri A,,' 'f 1" fw, fr V if I ff ,A ,V 222: JV 2 1' f?'f2,fift1'f,?, Q V We f W V fQf7' ,V VV -' f 2' , ,, Q ,, , nf X f V 21,17 'ff' 4 -iffffpg. ff" ' ' vb, I ' V .Q J ""'f 1 V- .V ftzzcizu 4,4 ,W Varian" 7'Zr224,1'M,.ff My v7kJg,fMz2i Vi. WILLIAM C. PATRICK-B Track, Varsity Track, Cross Country, B Football, Serts MICAELA ANN PAULSON-Vice President ot Anchor, California Scholars Federation, FTA, Kidettes, Orchestra, National Honor Society, Candi- date for Bank of America Award, PrincipaI's Honor Roll LEO ELMO PEART-President of Lambda Sigma, Jazz Recordings CAROLE L. PERLEY-Yoga, Kidettes, Alternate Varsity Song Girl, Secretary of Inter-Club Council, A Cappella Choir, Treasurer of Spanish Club PATRICIA E. PERRY-Jr. Class Council, Girls' League Advisory Board, Girls' League Council, Legislature, Jr. Guard of Honor, Showgirls, CSF, Girls' League Committees, Cosmopolitan Club, Prom Decorating Committee CAROLYN PETERSEN-President ot Omega Kappa Chi, GAA, Big Sister Committee, Bowling Club DAVID C. PETERSON-Hall Leader, Ram Rooters GILBERT B. PHARRIS-National Honor Society, California Scholars Federa- tion, Future Teachers ot America, Soph. 81 Jr. Class Council, Serfs, German Club WILLIAM STEVEN PHELPS-Legislature, Varsity Gymnastics, Sophomore Representative, Football JAMES H. PHILLIPS-Bowling Club SUZANNE RAE PHILLIPS-Jr. Statesmen, Jr. Class Council, Vice President of Omnis, Big Sister Committee, Girls' League Representative A. BILL POLICE BARBARA L. POODRY-B Yell, Jr. Statesmen, Secretary of Omnis, Legis- lature, Big Sister Committee GARY R. POUND DAN POWELL PATRICIA KAY PRIBOTH-GAA, Vice President of French Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Bowling Club, Leadership Gym Class PATRICIA LEE PRICE-Yoga, Publicity Chairman of Medea BRUNO PROCHASKA-Exchange student from Austria Ilnternational Christian Youth Exchangel. Cosmopoli- tan Club, Vice President of Student Body, President ot Legislature, YFC MARYLOU PROCTOR-Kidettes, President 8. Recording Secretary ot Omnis, Big Sister Committee steven PROVOST ROBERT H. Pucxetr-seffs, Football f mr, , V- V ' VV wi' V, is . 'Q V 5 . em fe-V V ye , 3? I. I I .,,,., I . 7 'tty f W- 4,7 fa 'I Q' ' f 9. 'Q in 'Y' "'L , ' 'a lih ', , H f ' Q. x 1 it 14,1 Wg IW Q ' A 7 'Mr QQ?" , 'M' " fun-1-.r Y in fr' 4 F 3' 'V K , x ' T Q. 42.5 l i " M ' .ann 5 '!"'W"Y 4 ,-fp g IN 'N '22553 ' 'mf 10"-" - ..,,,rf Q W1 ew ,-4' ' " ' 1.5 ,,,. V ' A lm A a . 1, ,f 7,1 X' fym, y L ' ff wr ffm U 9 , : P f f fx fx, H , :nf 4fM4,,,: .Z ,.,.'v,M0 ' . V Z: 5 . I .. W ,JM ff!" , Wi' ,V V , .,f"""1s' ffm v-3, .l" 'T W' V ,iw 0- f""x 1' im' ',.-, V I I .::.f W I N Q X :A RWM 1 anna-1 1 3 . X A . ,xi X: vw ivy ' , X x P P: K Q.: 11- r, 'K xx , -,- ' "':.. K bay. .....,-. 'rg-1' 'rr-M' 'X i -,ww N . I' fl-SS it My X Q' enum.. mu I K.1 S an W' S Ig .., X I I' 'I wal 1 .111 in T'-1 ff' 1-'ff Q1 ng' dr-K N""".T-U ,.1., f . it K' go an. 0 J' - T' E- 5 ta Ji I Q f , T44 WK. y semons si --af TOM SANDERS-President 81 Secretary of Alpha Theta Chi, Secretary of Key Club, Swimming, CSF, Water Polo, Aries, Chairman of Publicity of Jr. Statesmen, Sr. Class Council, Legislature, Museum Curator, Varsity Poker GEORGE SARA CHARLES E. SARGENT-President 81 Vice President of Serfs, Sergeant-at- Arms of Thadus JAMES E. SCHLEE-California Scholars Federation, Electronics Club, Chemistry Club, Physics Club GARY W. SCHOENFELDT-Secretary of Serfs, Ski"CIub, Jazz Club RON ROY SCHROEDER-Varsity Water Polo, Varsity Swimming, Captain of B Water Polo, Thadus, Lettermen, Fishing Club DIANE SCHUSTER JAMES SEXTON-President of Jr. Class, Chairman of Athletics, CSF, Var- sity Football, FTA, Vice President of Spanish Club, Student Council, Legislative Representative, Sr. Class Representative MICHAEL SHARRAR-Co-Chairman of Entertainment, Varsity Club, Editor of '58 Aries, NHS, Varsity Football, CSF, Cosmopolitan Club, Presi- dent of German Club, Letterman's Club, Legislature, Soph. 81 Jr. Class Councils CAROL SHEEHAN BARBARA SHEERON ROBERT D. SHELLEY-Rifle Team RUDOLPH C. SHEPARD-Soph., Jr., 81 Sr. Class Councils, Cosmopolitan Club, Spanish Club LINDA KAY SHERFY-Cosmopolitan Club, GAA, Riding Club, Bowling Club SHIRLEY SHEWMAN DORIS SHIPMAN-Bowling Club LINDA SHOMAKER-President of Iota Chi, Anchor, Kidettes, Jr. Guard of Honor, Aries, National Scholar Society, National Honor Society, Competitive Swimming, Water Ballet, Girls' League Council, GAA, Buftums' Young Careerist Finalist ROBERT SHRIDER-Sergeant-at-Arms 81 Treasurer of Serfs J. ALEX SILVA-Jazz Recordings CHUCK H. SINGER-Advisory Board of Ramshack, Thespians, Cosmopoli- tan Club, Spanish Club, Best Foot Forward JOAN MARLENE SINNER DARLENE SKAGGS CHESTER SKIBINSKI-California Scholars Federation, Varsity Tennis JOAN MAXINE SLAGLE-GAA, President of GAA, Student Government, FTA, President of M Club BOB SMITH CARL W. SMITH-California Scholars Federation, Band, All-City B Foot- ball, All-League B Football, Track DIXIE ANN SMITH-A Cappella Choir, Sr. Talent Show, Sr. Chorus Line, Advanced Modern Dance, Sr. Girls' Glee GILBERT SMITH RICHARD V. SMITH--Bowling Club, Science Club SHIRLEY ELLEN SMITH--Jr. Guard of Honor, Girls' League Council, Big Sister Committee, Ushers Club, Girls' League Committee ELENOR FAITH SOMLLEN SHARON ANN SMULAND-Student Legislature JANET SNYDER PHILLIP C. SNYDER-Varsity Baseball, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Club Letterman's Club BILL R. SOUSA-B Basketball, Varsity Golf, Varsity Club, Letterman's Club GARY E. SPROAL-Print Shop JUDIE STARKWEATHER-California Scholars Society, Water Ballet, Presi- dent of Bachelorettes, FTA RICHARD STIRLING-BTD JIM STOTLER-Gymnastic Team, Choir, Latin Club KAREN LYNN STRAIN-President 8K Treasurer of Salus, Achates, Kidettes, Soph. 81 Jr. Class Councils, Legislature, NHS, CSF, Corydon, Honor Guard, Big Sister Committee, FTA, FNA, Secretary ot Omnis TOM CLYDE STRAIN DORALEE SUMMERS-Corresponding Secretary of Socii, Maiorette, Jr. Guard of Honor, Jr. Statesmen, Modes 81 Manners, Girls' League Representative vp, SANDRA LOU SUNDBLAD-Anu, Kidettes, Big Sister Committee RONALD C. SWIRCZEK-Varsity Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, Jr. Varsity Baseball, Varsity Club, Letterman's Club, Span- ish Club, Alpha Theta Chi JOHN TALLACKSON JACK MICHAEL TALSKY-Varsity Track, C Track, Cosmopolitan Club, All-City Track, Jr. Varsity Cross Country, Letterman's Club DEXTER TAYLOR-Best Foot Forward, Brigadoon, Stage Door, Sergeant- at-Arms ot Thespians, Secretary of Chi Sigma, Birdwatchers Club, Legislature GARY ALLEN TEKELY-Varsity Baseball, Varsity Football, Varsity Club, B Football LARRY TEMPLEMAN-Bowling Club ,. 'gdb'-it !"' i 'P' Nw' v. ti X. l L 1 L A can :- X gf? 'NMS-. is' v-"7-Q WN--' N .A Y' 5 . Fifi' ii A- rw Q X .,,,,.,.,.,f 'NN X ,.. , Q. We , Rr- 0 i S , , 11. Q- I 115.1 X if E25 . ff .T M, fj',':,"f, v,..-2.ig,3L f, :,ygw,, Sf H i W 7 T :ff T L it w .as .5 . , ,, . - I. Q79 . 193, F' L l: " " . , H- . . 2 sement , .-J v ,ft fs ,, fl g'tsSWTt ., ig 1, . A :Q 'tt Q l .4 A A... X :X -ir 1+ e w its X Il at I I i K I ,A , 5: ki L. I si. , N42 qv... bl 'Liv 3717 G, , ff .3 f WMI ' 51, 1, I ' 3 f I, v ,fri , , -' 'z ,,... r . 'X 1, g V -V , r I is AA 'Wg 5- if Mb ' "k""!n-P as in 'ss 'E 'Wi ww iii ' VL 3 . ""'W'9"i WLT! f "'A 5732 I ,.n ' f?f1 Sis 'er-' n' 4 QQ inn-I .P 5 if ,N Div. 41.3-,. 49' 4r"""'9' Q PATRICIA ANN TERRY-CSF, NHS, Secretary of Anchor, Socii, Achates, Co-Captain of Kidettes, Jr. 8. Sr. Class Councils, Synchronized Swim- ming Show, Jr. Guard of Honor, Modes 81 Manners, Jr. Statesmen PAT L. THEISEN-Girls' League Committee, Big Sister Committee, Girls' League Representative SANDRA JEAN THOMAS-Exchange student to Austria. ICYE, NHS, Cali- fornia Scholars Society, Arpeggio, Thespians, Cosmopolitan, Syn- chronized Swimming Show, Water Ballet, GAA, Piano Accompanist, Jewelled M, Gold M KEITH E. THOMPSON-CSF, NHS, A Cappella Choir, Madrigals, Boys' Quartet, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, B Football, B Basketball B Track, Jr. Varsity Football, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Jr. Varsity Track Treasurer of Key Club, Vice President of Alpha Theta Chi, MENC, National Chorus, Spring Festival GARY TIDWELL-Varsity Club, Football, Track, Letterman, Madrigals A Cappella Choir, Barber Shop Quartet, Letterman's Club DON TIPPIN--Mixed Chorus VINCE TILLMAN 1 I 1 LONNIE D. TOURNEY-Editorialist of Corydon, Scripters Club, Aries Staff CAROL SUE TRAILOR-Anchor, Socii, California Scholars Federation, GAA RAMONA MARIE TROUP-Red Cross, GAA KRISTY TUCKER MIKE L. VANDAVEER GALE EDWARD VANDEVENTER-National Honor Society, California Scholars Federation, Cosmopolitan Club, German Club, Future Teachers of America, Photography Club DONNA HELENE VAN DYK ELAINE VERNON-Jr. Guard of Honor, Orchestra, Showgirl Choreog- rapher, Big Sister Committee, Corydon, Marching Band, Concert Band MAURICE S. VICKERS-Transferred from Norfolk, Virginia. Key Club, Archeological Society of Virginia, Princess Ann Archery Club NANCY VINCENT-Anchor, Corresponding Secretary of Sodalis, Achates, Secretary of CSF, FTA, NHS, Treasurer of Girls' League, Big Sister Committee, Jr. Guard of Honor, Jr. Statesmen, Legislature MIKE JOHN WALDERS-Lambda Sigma DICK L. WALKER-Vice President of Letterman's Club, Gymnastics, B Football, Aries, Jr. Class Council JANE E. WALKER-Soph. 8. Jr. Class Council, FTA, Flower Committee, Girls' League Refreshment Committee, Big Sister Committee, Bowl- ing Club SUSAN WALKER-Vice President of Riding Club, GAA MK' Wm: RON WALTERS-Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Varsity Track, Spanish Club JULIE WALTON PARNELL JULI Federation, Key Club, Band, Future Teachers of America, Jr. Varsity Football, Chemistry Team, German Club JUDITH FRANKIE WATSON-Sr. Talent Show Modern Dance, BTD, Ballet Company KAY WATTELET-Corr . , Big Sister Committee, Future Teachers of America, GAA, Modes St US WASLIEN-National Honor Society, California Scholars ,Millikan Dancers, Advanced esponding Secretary of Salus, Sr Class Council Manners CAROL A. WEBB-YFC, Bowling Club S in ww. .-...,- d,,,,.,. ..,,, wt . A my A I 'CN' y F ,b y - Til' KI 4 w 47" 5. 'UN Q -vz M 4 s xv W, I ' ' J' I 'fi 2 31, 'Z . 'U' ZA JM: Zi 4 4 4 ,af , '33 f . gg 'fm 6-.-' 'Plc-I-iw H'-We I s ,Aw-4.5 'Q 4.41, Af I-'vZ'y:',z.g-. ,m,,.,,,ff1qng: I ,A Aff. ve-M1-H-:k ,ff,,1. .Q , A 'I-ri'Fif."z'I8B"f-"NMI, -H-',,z, 58542 , 1, 3 A - 'QF' , .M -JK' 14 V an y I -1, 424.2 'cv nv,-wr ,J l.,r'f, J., tt ,-C 1. f 'cfg.f"Ifm.Qfi4-.,5 Qi? ,,.1h"'AM3V?L',4"'-' ' . V v.,h,z-Milf, ?,"5"t ZQ.'I,,7g,4Ji , ,iff ' .1 . .4 ' -- . f- ' .-1 Mi. - Mwfii' -, ig wZ1'31-.W 4 , V- yzw. f' '. , img. .Q A if ggi ?-t'?L" '. '-4. -. f , BILL WOOLSEY-Dance Band, Crafts Club RAY WYATT-Stage Crew, Football CHARLENE ANN YOUNG-Corresponding Secretary 81 Council Chair- man of Medea, Jr. Guard of Honor, Big Sister Committee, Talent Show, Advanced Swimming ELIZABETH YOUNG-Chaplain 8. Social Chairman of Medea, Big Sister Committee M. DAVID YOSELOFF-National Honor Society, California Scholars Fed- eration, Physics Team, Orchestra, Dance Band, Arpeggio, Band BARBARA ANN ZILLGITT-Senior Director of Anchor, Achates, Flag Girl, Honor Society, CSF, Sodalis, Kidettes, Secretary of Sr. Class, GAA, Historian ot Spanish Club, Aries Queen, Jr. Statesmen, Chemistry Team, Legislature, Jr. Guard of Honor SANDI ZULK , f- 5 est ' 0 if, ,-lv, - X s- 'st?'Z,- . LQ' - ef- ., A . E V . Om.. dw' I ' 'Nt' We 1'--5 'mfg H" 5 ,ggx 1 fx' AQ' yi , 3 '- s I 3 f A ' Qs ss. SJ sy Rf X f c in :rv ,IB :xV ,X m s s. 1-,N . - s Q.. , i. gn 1 . Vg Hilti. M rn-,'-xi . ""IQt'1i-1' it , -xg 6 t, xifgc-X V TN ,X Kxesss X xl F: L :Xkscc X A W -N . N Q- MN xx. X axis .. , L, get sa Q R fi U 4 Q - lf" M if I ,g' ag 'ev' 4914 WM rp. Gi 4 so as 'U5 1' Q-.,, 'fbi T---v BSL i"'l ,.....-q w l'l 44, 'Ubi 1"W""' Q, Y , 1 . l ,, f CRAIG J. WEBER-Key Club, B Track, B Basketball, Varsity Track BOB WEISER-Football CAROL LOU WELLS-President of Sodalis, National Honor Society, CSF, Future Teachers of America, Jewelled M, Kidettes, Legislature, GAA DOYLE GENE WHEATLEY-Transferred from Wilson High School. Varsity Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, All- Southern Band, All-District Band JOYCE WHIPPLE-Jr. Class Council, Modern Dance JUDITH ANN WHITTAKER-Social Chairman at Salus, Vice President of Achates, Publicity Chairman of Student Body, Jr. Guard of Honor, Legislature, Candidate for Aries Queen, Big Sister Committee, Modes 81 Manners LINDA WIKE-Transferred from Polytechnic High School. Girls' League Representative GREGG SHERMAN WILLARD-Lambda Sigma JOANNE WILLEY-A Cappella Choir, Operetta, Bowling Club, Sr. Glee Club, Crafts Club JANICE JEAN WILLIAMS-Bowling Club YVONNE WILLINGHAM-President 81 Treasurer of Lambda Zeta, Future Nurses of America, Inter-Social Council, Legislature, Jr. Show Girls BARBARA JO WILSON GARY D, WIMSETT-Transferred from Manila, Philippines. Bowling Club, Vice President ot Student Council, President ot Jr. Class, Baseball, Bowling, Choir LYNNE WINNIK-Secretary of Student Body, AFS Exchange Student, Jr. 81 Sr. Class Councils, President of Jr. Class, Chairman of Clubs 8K Activities, President, Vice President 8. Treasurer of Anchor, Editor of Corydon, Anu, Treasurer ot Girls' League, Sealbearer, CSF, Vice President of NHS, Secretary of Cosmopolitan, DAR Award Winner, GAA, Big Sister Committee, Jr. Statesmen PATRICIA JOAN WINSLOW RON L. WISE-Lambda Sigma, Bowling Club SUZANNE F. WITHAM-Vice President of Sodalis, California Scholars Federation, Future Teachers of America, President of French Club PHILIP STEPHENS WHITTENBERG-Varsity Club, Letterman's Club, Legis- lature, Spanish Club, Varsity G0lf PAUL WOISH-Swimming Team, Track Team, Jr, Varsity Football JOYCE A, WOLFE-California Scholars Federation, Future Teachers of America, Cosmopolitan Club, GAA, Big Sister Committee JO ANN WOODY--Big Sister Committee, Show Girls A wt' 17-ft at Q- ,, ,H rw. '99 , , , f Z , f 1 f fri' ', '. " -1662 f '- A wr!" , 556627 4 ff' f V. . ,,,., , , ' -fi ff .1 Z. ' :cf .Aff 7 , 41 , N., vlfftffzi' fy '. Xfx:'MfQ7 t-ary 4900 Q 1 ei- X vt Y f' .rr s. gin xi ' x as . La. Q rg : V , I ,R 'Y F K qu. 1-'K+ , f Q A A 5. 't - L ,, - qs I fi ii ' . 5" sw-,,,, Q , ,A 'il E23 Q 'K' g u 2. Ai ff sa l , N Q! Qwx fz.- L - R. Q, -- , .X':, . , , L i , , 4' QQ I-fs... ' r I s 'flint 'Q ...M S .lie ' 1 sl f f t V' 'R i 7 1 ,- ll, ,cn 4 -- T J 31 Maw 1. wffsfl ,E A 132153 ,,1i4m,"i'.if, , ' QM- S., 4, g 'fu ,,W. ' - P f ll" 'P f531,"f.- f , ' ' X Tl?" " ' ' g- eggrg ., l S. T . -Q.: , T ' A5-3 , f 1 .e 1- ,AL L, . ,, 'E W. R ' ' 1' J- 'Q 4 f 1 at Q ' ta v ' ,ir , vw 1 F ' 1 I V , H ii, . T - E X if 56 SENIORS DONALD E. ZWEIFEL-Vice President of Millikan Rocket Society, Electronics Club, Squad Leader of Drill Team GRETCHEN ACKER-Transferred from Fairbury, Nebraska. Usher Club, Girls' League Repre- sentative MARY JANE BRADDOCK-Foreign Exchange Stu- dent to Denmark. Treasurer ot Anchor, Latin Club, CSF, National Honor Society, Treasurer ot Arpeggio, Orchestra CLAYTON CARSON-Jr. Varsity Football, Bowling, Lambda Sigma JEAN COLWELL-Secretary of YFC, Honor Roll, National Honor Society, California Scholarship Federation, Sodalis, Bowling VICTOR GRANT-BTD LAWRENCE HO EFT ROBERT KACHLER JAMES MCNAMARA-Transferred from Woodrow Wilson High School. B 81 Jr. Varsity High School LARRY MEHLMAU ER-Varsity Gymnastics JOANNE SHORTMAN CAROLYN TORANO W'lWw FALL SPORTS WN X ,. Varsity Grldders Display Surprising Strength gr .4 ' f , t 1- Don Montgomery C 'ZIV-:PQ -1 M ,, WWW, , VW it, -- ' f 'M' Xie, ' ' V99 ' ,W 'O ' - ' .Ax Gary Tekely QB 2. ,, ,V Y Q S A 1 Wg: 4 W' D if wr 4 'il . J! ,A -7' V ' , f ' . 'Wy t 0' , 1 tv 5 ,MV E ,, ,V Al V M93 B e nwfff' 505 V52 Q Q Nqr r swf , , f I4 M ,M , ,. . ,, 3, , t ,WM D, . 1 N W , i f x, ,f j z ' -f . . , .A 2 W afar Uawlkw " ,,v", ,f , ,, in 1-r F' rv, , I M uf? 3 f' ce' up' 1 ff,-, H, 3 ,J-,v 7' 7 1 ', ' f ' , fy. , W' ,v?w'77'ff ' .fur , ,, s wr' f ,,,.'..,,,..,,',4, WM, IU, ,f K f f , , f 1 910 X ' X 1, -'f ' .354--gi ' ' - ' . .mi V - - f-w . M Q ,.. - -frvr Bottom Row-Ingram lMgr.l, Oehler, Montgomery, Jacubik, Kidder Ralph Owens fwwf, -I , .. X I , fl ,ffl , t, t, Q ' ,,,l.4:-m an , .fly egg' l,, ' 1 f ' 1 ' f I -' :..W"" f ,mv .1 -,fir 1 . V' 4 4-i w f,zj,?!' "X . Jim Palmer LH Ron Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Swirczek I LH Frey, Thompson, Swirczek, Wheatley, Palmer, Erickson, Bowman, Bondesen lMgr.l. Row 2-Zelkovitch lMgr.l, Tidwell, Odom, Sexton, 34 ....... 20 .....,. 20 ....... 6 ....... 28 39 .,..... BBBB 0 ....,., .....,. 20 ....... r,..,,. 1 13 ....... RH .lim Erickson I ll r-rr 4 W. rc it .W-N rr f W, ,,,,. mi- ' Lfr I f7W"f'm may. i . , , WM- M 2 Jerry Orcutt 4' RH N , sa FAt'L'sPoRTs , I 2 0 M, .1 g , q,,,. A -mn' ..,.,.c20 4 9 .......4l Leuzinger Bellflower Excelsior Wilson Dominguez Lakewood Jordan Poly RE ,hi " ,er A.. ,sa x 5 mtg' fi My pl W gs N 'V . ,V . -new ...Lf if - V' fig? ll! .Qi I , , g I , L i , . v ' A . K Ns- Athi ' K 55' " " ,V Stan Thayer LG Jack Miller RG : . . . y,,,,f,,,, ' mf xlvlniuwsa Q an A .. - f L M-'aw' 1' ' 4- ' A- sv- - 5, cf H4 T! as w P ' 5'd'. iw., 55 A 6 Qi sjfla Ai ,mg ' ' Fifi 'Q P tl' 1 li-fl 'g4s""-ffl ff" ?.4.TT11'l' -l ' . Q, L 5: fl, ggvlgvigi, L- dsl 'lan 'I ii I - S . ,, -.,, ' v' A K I I ,.. -'A f L M ,, "1 ..-. ' L Duncan, Holton, Cwens, Tekeley, Weaver, Miller, Powell, Zuelzke, Berger, Bewley, Puckett lMgr.l. Row 3-Coach Ki nkade, Kelly lMgr.l, McDermott, Dorrans, Mallory, Bodnar, Sharrar, Orcutt, Thayer, Frank, Cottrell, Head, McConnell, Kennish, Coach Montgomery. This year, the tively inexperienced The new team was the injuries of seven proved their mettle members, having only charging Varsity Rams boasted rela- a few returnees. faced with a terrific handicap due to star players, However, the adept Rams by winning four, tying two and losing two games all season, placing third in the Moore League competition. Kenneth Head LE , If fwmfzf ' , 'W ,, ,,,, f :FMZWWV ' H gy Vw! 4,,.fM' gyjyfw j,Qg:,,y,Wj,"f" ' 2 , Y y y U, ,wwf f n agf. f L ,,,, Werner Frey LT 'i 2? 3 , . John Cottrell M JI ,,.! fb ,Q Nw, ,ff Q j, 3 4 ' I i n . f a - 1 1 'f , ",' T gy, , f , Dave Dorrans RT f 55 kwa , in Bill Bewley L RT ff! r 6 . e rf! V e 4 ,, A-hi ,W Bob Kidder LT nv' , ' s s- 'J' 2 1 1 mx ,I , n gf ,f ,f .JZ I ,-ww ,: .ff m 21 ? " T , f',, , 4 1 if 'V ' 7' ' f ' 'V ,Vzf "f:.',',p'-4' ',ff,f.f'f,"f7fQ-Qi! .A47"f ' ' ' WT' 'f7'fQ4i647'QQ0lz.::'f72 - John Oehler RT f , K y RT 1 A2 A 5 , f ,W , f , , , . ep ,. X' f , .ff f 'rg f ,f0WLy,' Z , . , fain . fffhif ,f -Afff f ' ' f K , ff ff f XZ VV! "ff.f2"WVf" 1 ff We f-fwfwzeywe W-M-1 A mfr, , f, as af '71 H WMAWKW wwf ,1 M6256 - Q - .f -' qw' , M " ' " " TS 59 Pfjwi " ,T ' f w -- f 7 fl' f W' ' " , 51, AVV, 5 yfkgggf., 4, -f V' V .iyim V ftre L L 5' W 9 W - X mf, M A running ottock by Millikon left Leuzinger in the dust for o 34-7 vic- tory for the Roms. Monty McDermott l33l goins yords while Gory Tekely runs interference. Ron Zuelzke l49l ond John Oehler l62l rush to ossist. if Y 7 f "L, f 'Q f -2 ' f ,, V KV , -",, f , 5 9' ff A, .,,. 6 v,,, ei. lyyz X' I , A ' nrttrrf ffizf ' 4 'M 'W ' ' 1 muvuw .. ' ' 9' Two touchdowns were scored in tive minutes cis the Roms went romp- ont for o 20-l4 win over Excelsior. Jerry Orcutt with the boll steers clear ot the Pilots. 60 FALL SPORTS A--N Y Energetic Roms Don Powell l28l cleors the woy while Jerry Orcutt l42l grcipples with o Bellflower opponent. Gory Tekely llll looks on during the furious gome ending in o 20-20 tie. R 95- fs' f . .Ez :gm -,,,.f-: New UN gk 'vi' ,Lex tk c 'il' 45 f g is - 4 ,Z A ,fa -i""' ' ' , bf kip-'fi 151 Win 4, Tie 2 After a string of victories, Millikan met its first defeat at the hands of the defending Moore League champions. .lim Erickson receives pass in game lost to Wilson, 6-28. Don Montgomery l82l is still on the ground as Werner Frey lleftl and Frank Terry hold Dominguez Dons back for Orcutt l42l. The Rams' skill- ful blocking and teamwork won the game, 39-19. , w , The hardest fighting Varsity foot- ball team in Millikan's history tore loose at Jordan's Panthers for a 20-13 victory for the Rams. Ralph Owens l25l fights stubbornly while Bill Bewley l68l guards. FALL SPORTS 61 Charging Millikan was upset simi- lar to Jerry Orcutt when the Poly Jackrabbits pranced to a 41-13 vic- tory. Other Rams are Ralph Owens l25l, Don Montgomery l82l, Jack Miller l73l, Herb Bodnar l58l, and Werner Frey l6Ol. Rugged .l.V.'s Show Dynamic Power , Hg," . X 5 ff, 23 t dz 3 -ei .663 9 o,yinoi f at rr t '51 PSS T 2 1 -1 5 V , , it T -,4'5Q12t 13. sr 36,462 . as T ,,,, iii" ,,f A' ' 1'i' ""t' l P in ' K , jg' Iigr 'I 4 ,Q ,,. 49 h,. Q0 1 33 VSQQ Q. , 30 f A' Bottom Row-Stout, Hacker, Balderidge, Muchow, Rinehart, Mcllonie, Reinhardt, Palmer, Marshall, Atkinson, Patton, Mayberry, Estep. Row Schweke, Boan, Wall, Henderson, Dawson, Scheres, Oram Smith, McFall lMgr.l. Row 3-Coach Harris, Klinger, Finley, gitt, Tounzen, Misener, Stucker, Walter, Orcutt, McKenzie Young, Twigger lMgr.l. 2-Knoettgen, Heaston , Knopp, Weiser, Wood Hollister, Conkline, Zill , Moen, Trapani, Kulkin I I I SEASON RUN DOWN Millikan 12 ,.,.,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,--,, l 3 l-euzinger The hefty Jr. Varsity tromped through a gruelling Millikan 6 .......... ,,,.,,,,,, 3 4 Bellflgwer season, winning three games and tying one. The Rams lost Millikan 34 ...,,..,.. 6 Excelsigr two games by a disheartening one point and were only Millikan l3 .......... ...,,,,i,, 'I 4 Wilggn once completely upset by another team. This year, the Jr. Millikan I2 .,......,, 6 Dominguez Varsity football members combined talent and spirit to Mllllkfln 6 ........... .,,,,.,,,, 1 4 Lqkewood make a winning team. Millikan T2 ................,................ O Jordqn Millikan 6 ,,..,,,,,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 6 Poly WON - 3 LOST- A TIF -1 62 FALL SPORTS Under Coach Carl Berneker, Millikan's B grid- ders attained the Moore League apex. The well- trained B defense held opponents to no more than one touchdown each. The hustling offense averaged a remarkable 7.8 yards per scrimmage play. Thir- teen B team members placed on the first three All-League teams, of which five made the first. Jim Hiatt l75l is stopped by a Poly man in f game which cinched the Moore League title. He later scored Millikan's single touchdown. Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan WON - Redman admire trophy won by dexterous B team. f , i,iyy l 7 JZ, L ,, B's Reach Zenith, Capture Championship E5 if T 'f -5 " f F5 - 1 5 F5 , Q., d L, 'Ti ' E' uf- 0 23- 8? iq QB i sl U5 0 39 18124 22 if M , - f 4 5 Bottom Row-Simmons, Overmiller, Rodig, Houtz lCo-Capt.l, Price, Hunt, Savrys, Robinson, Smith, Hite, Maclntyre, Stansberry, Watson, West lCo-Capt.l, Hiatt, Weston Row 2-Walden, Boughn, Tucker, Thiel, Owens, Nuzum, LaMont, Deaderick, Perry, Edwards, Lamberson, McConnell, O'Barr, Robbins. Row 3-Coach Redman, Simpson, Guy, Catlin, Mileovich, Martinez, Nechochea, Carpenter, Onstutt, Valenzuela, Wood, Qualls, Stockhom, Horn, Chalfont, Coach Berneker. 6 ,.,.,,,,,, ,,..,,. 6 Leuzinger L 32 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,, o Bellflower 25 ..,,,,,,,, lcllll, 7 Excelsior 41 ,,,,,,,,,, ....l, O Wilson 28 ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,.,.. 7 Dominguez 13 ,,,,,,,,,, ,....., 6 Lakewood 14 ,,,,,4,,,, ,,,,,,ll,,,,l,ll, ,,,,,,,, ,.A,.,l 7 J o rdan 7 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,....,,....,l,,,,.,,...,...c.....,.,. 7 Poly 6 LOST - O TIE - 2 Coach Carl Berneker, Gary West, Eric Houtz, and Coach Av 'il Millikan's Varsity Hoopsters opened the season with the defeats of Excelsior, 6l-40, and Tulare, 53-24, in non-league meets. The highlight of the entire season was the beating of Compton, the defending CIF champions, 49-45. The Rams suppressed their opponents for a fine de- fensive average ot 46 points, to place third in the Moore League. Russ Lazar fiii. ' i t -4, NJ.-H, 'ftiawq --if 5 22513 nw, ws-:Q f' f ir' f we , if ' 'iff' xii? ,gs 4 f Jim Erickson F ' J jg. I. v, , 2 ' ' ,.... M. 3 nu- su C, -- f 1 , .7- U! K 6 5 f , - f I 5 st lug .F F ,, h 1? --' Y' "TT" T K 4 kxlga-iq-KQQAM-4 'uf sv '-am V f .Y mall - ' 3 --W , , Mike Brooks lMgr.l, Roger Rhoades, Jett Marshall, Dick Montgomery, Jim Erickson, Bill Brown, Bob Bodnar, Gary Ernst, Tom Dortch lCapt.l, Russ Lazar, Coach Hunt. Spirited Hoopsters Thrill Roger Rhoades F ' , 13 I SEASON Tom Dortch F Millikan 46 ,...,..,, Millikan 68 ......... g Millikan 63 ...,.. it Millikan 50 ........ . Millikan 52 ......... Millikan 40 .....,.., Millikan 66 ....,..,. Millikan 28 .....,,,. LJEB' on in GW Bmwn C Bill Brown Q I Bob Bodnar iw 1, ' v f ,,'., 1. - ' Q M, -fi,-,,5!,,, f.'.,...,.. V ,-4, ru 1-iltldf ,gt ifiifur ' i 1: 7 -3 ,.,,I,s,,r,r,, so Capacity Crowds RUN-DOWN 43 Wilson Lakewood Jordan Poly Wilson Lakewood Jordan Poly Dick Montgomery Gary Ernst G Jeff Marskell Varsity captain, Tom Dortch 1241 emerged as Millikan's high point man in the Compton game 1top1 with his driving lay-in. Compton's 45-49 defeat was the season's best upset. FALL SPORTS M Skilled Varsity Sharp Roger Rhoades paced Millikan to its first Moore League victory of the basketball season when Lake- wood was defeated 68-53, before a capacity crowd of 1500. Lakewood later edged out its first victory at the Rams' expense, 41-40. 4 ' --L . nw, M f V J f' ' ' 356 , 7 M l Z, Iftva JW N' if ty,r tttt ,,.s .. Q SW fm . Q., 1 - Qgiliii' Kia, ' I W Q, 09" MRM"-sg? MiIlikan's Varsity hoopsters 1top1 opened the basketball season with a bouncing 60-41 victory over the Pilots, Roger Rhoades 1301 battles an Excel- sior player while Dick Montgomery 1321, Chuck Long 1201, Gary Garrison 1101, and Bill Brown 1521 look on. A last period attack by the Rams made the CIF Champions 1left1 stand aghast. Gary Ernst shoots while Bob Bodnar readies for rebound during Comp- ton game. shooters Upset Gpponents The Roms' second Moore Leogue win wos eorned cnt Jordon, 63-49. Dick Montgomery led the Roms with 25 points for o 66-55 victory in the sec- ond Jordcin tongle. of ltopl Roger Rhocides scores during the Excelsior gome. Bob Bodncir lleftl flips boll to Dick Montgomery l32l in the second court romp ogoinst Wilson, which won 57-52. The Bruins nipped the Roms in the first Moore League opener, 52-46. 1 -545,4 The Poly Jockrobbits ltopl sow the Roms foll behind for 50-56 ond 43-28 losses in spite of Tom Dortch l24l cind his crosh-through loyup. K N' s NT, 1 W KWH 1,1 X AIX 5-un ,Ps . f. son game. Bob Halpin, outstanding B player, chalks up another two points in the victorious Wil- George Deering shoots in one of Wilson games. The rambling B group won first meet 49-34, and second bout, 60-46. .l.V.'s Ramble To Court Triumphs Bottom Row-McGawan, Rosenthal, Beard, Owens, DeKalb. Row 2-Coach Haddy, Young Dull Miller, Williams, Pearson, Krietzburg, Fohring. 3 g ,. .. fs V 2 QW f,r,?,2,ae.i-, , i .T ,, ,I -,., ' ' -, ,- , . l ' H " if lk --- ill 5? LIE! X w i' Q W W M i v , 17.15 3, 1' .,. 1 .f -. .1 . ,K W ' I . A 1. W4 K 5, V V4 l 4, 17' Q at 1 T ' , P my V ' s Millikan's jumping Jr. Varsity en- ioyed a fluctuating season. The team won and lost a game with each opponent except Wilson, who out- scored them twice. After winning the last three games, the Jr. Varsity tied with Poly for second place in the Moore League. This year's B team promises I 5 8 i E 4 4 ,M to be a great help to the Var- 1 ' V ' sity team next year. The B's ended the season in second place, iust barely missing first. yi Coach Kinkade enthusiasti- ' 1 32 1392 f f QOL p L 94 fl cally sums up any comments ,L 1 'lew when he states, "They are all . , tn, lr f 2 top-notch athletes." iisa , Q NJ. " -. if, , M - .,t. Z K H l I 't B X fi 1 Bottom Row-Halpin, Krenwinkle, Lewis, Laughlin, Noel. Row 2- Coach Kinkade, Deering, Stockham, Price, Lindo, Long. I I showed great prowess when they overcame every opponent of the fast- moving season, including several B reserve teams. The strong desire to win was coupled with skill to make a champion basketball team. f f F The Rams' C basketball players l 1 i Coach Wohlmuth, Schuster, Dunneback, Meyer, Marskell, Garrison, Kelly, Guertin, Tolbert, Brittain, Thomas lMgr.l. High Points Gained By Active B's And C's Doug Stockham lhiddenl iumps against Wilson player at start of game which en- abled Millikan B's to maintain second place in the Moore League. High-point players and team co-captains, Lee Marskell and Gary Garrison, receive the C team trophy from Coach Joe Wohlmuth. A i l - . '53 as - C1 X :, I , 4 'X , lg 1 , AK ALEX jri-Liv, JMJ rg fl' iii ilk 181 3 I Rffufgbirlqnv lgnilnxti. mill. mba . LA Jlxiwig' A ,, Ljglf kim nfl ,.f,, , N M .4 J it ' P' ff f Z' , , 19EigQ,,.' ga. .Rv-L' 2 ! ., I ,.l,, X ,',:3,tv.,,. JMR' . . ,','Avf 1 5 fi s.""q:rdvi:fi . . my , .Dip dint? 1' A . 2 ,ww aff, r -x V Q fu H i ' " V , r .. ,,.f'5M.f, Bottom Row-Meyer, Wynant, Huddleston, Miller, Clarke, Ferris, Cummins, Carey, Shaw, Mayo. Row 2-Rutlin, Wise, Mari, Amsberry, Vandecar, Hazlett, Waldron, O'Brian, Neal, Burk. Row 3-Coach Glover, Patrick, Kawaichi, Burg, Green, Hirsch- land, Clarke, Lopez, Koenig, Lampel, Bill, George. SEASON RUN DOWN A. VARSITY w ir" - 'Cf F544 Q Milliken 22 ,........... .....,..... 3 3 Poly . of We 1 'ss1gQ if 5 it if - Millikan 21 ............ ........... 3 4 Jordan 1 Mt ik, Q A Millikan 16 ............ ..,........ 5 0 Lakewood V gf' A ' li A i, ii' A ixsfx LN Xfb 1'- Milllkon 24 ,,.,,,,,,,,A ...,,.,..., 3 3 Wilson "A- -sf ' X if 'F' WON - 4 LOST - 0 PCT. - 1.000 "" The starting line-up is broken as the gun fires sounding the beginning of the race against Poly in the final Moore League meet. SEASON RUN DOWN JUNIOR VARSITY Millikan 18 .........,..............,.....,...,. 39 Poly Millikan 24 .......... ....,,,.,.,., 3 2 Jordan Millikan 15 .....,.... .,,,......,,, 5 9 Lakewood 4 1 Millikan 26 ..,,..,,., ..,.,..,,,,,, 3 2 Wilson is i V- A 1.. 2. worst - 4 Lost-0 PCT.--1.000 ww f 2,41 3 W,,,fjf,f my 'Jim Jr. Varsity runners, Dave Waldron and Gary O'Brian, lead the way f"f ' during the final cross-country meet. Millikan's Jr. Varsity won, 18-39. 70 FALL sronrs . 2 Millikan's steadfast cross-country teams trotted to the Moore League summit by winning first places with no League losses. The victories in- cluded the first Varsity championship of any kind in Millikan's history. The racing Varsity lost only to Bellflower while Jr. Varsity lost to Bellflower and Excelsior in the non-league meets. Out of cross-country's top five, only senior, Ron Clarke will be lost. Many of the skilled runners, most of which are sophomores, hope to main- tain the championship in future years. Cross-country points are tallied by the addition of the number of the places taken by each team. The squad with the most players in top posi- tions will have fewer points, thus winning the race. Cross Country Runners Stride To League Supremacy 'T 9 f. 'l Gary Cummings, Phil Carey, Ron Mayo, Don S 1- ' K 1 Al Shaw, Neil Meyer, and Nelson Farris relax during . a rare moment. ' . ' Q, -..Q M5 lbelowl Top-notch Varsity hikers, Don Shaw ., 5 , U 'T 5 , and Gary Cummings, near the finish. Race was lost H Q by Poly, 33-22. 'Af' 6 P QMS fp!" A fx E pq . ,Q -.1 1- rl' , :"t""f"1f"'f Q3 1 11 A f . Q .3 B - Ji 1 X yryr' I fl if ff . if .mf an If ,M . 4 f ' 4 E I Vi .D V i J , ., x I 4 I w f' rl 4 ,ii I '1 h . I g Q' lrightl Eirik Rutlin, Gary mf ,T V O'Brian, John Lampel and L it t gi , gf M Gary Green wait to regis- 3 V Vg ' W .jf V 3 Q, I ter with Coach Joh n f ' y ' ' 3,1 ,V s 353, Glover at finish line. Dave 1 f L Waldron stands nearby. 3 ,fx Q , R Q Q X . ffl S 5 3 ig 1. .- fi, . T ,. 1 .-sf. 'yi rwg, Y V .. sw .Q ,, r . .... .4 J, ,, ..-My ,J lx 'zgjjz ,.- - , f .. ... . 'fz9.f'UeZ " ' . ' , - fe? Aquatic Teams Net Surging Victories Tom Sanders is blocked by Ralph Allen during a prac- Mn..-4-.w..f. tice session. Kenneth Edwards, Ron Sch.roeder, and Frank Kelly look on in the typical action filled game. - .,,,,j , 5 ,,,,,.t , y. fi 5 5 gg S i 'N it f 515 -fi W ' sr U L 5 3 I 1 2 i , . ' 4 , s,,, , -..glint-milf QD , , A f'-.,ligf'3 FW L3 X. I ,.,, F' . R Q . K , , ,i -T' ef, -...if ilfwfi It L.,-i?',+f'liL'essvf.:Q 2 "f V, V l L Q ' 'I 5 ' L QM f"f i I Ali il ' Q ll rc r 4 4 fr c lc cr 4 f i y , , i is Bottom Row-Rivard, Bender, Fexberg, McElree. Row 2-Hutton, Peppler, Har Thomason, Moore. Row 3-Sanders, Bailey, Murray, Garrett, Hall, Clark, Witscher, vey, Allen, Reece, Balsilie, Mason, Herz, May, Goldenberg, Johnson, Duncan, King, Haines Frey. Row 4-Coach Kanarek, Schoenborn, Kelly, Forsman, McLaughlin, Herb, Swetsl Humpal, Phillips, Hammond, Hensel, Schroeder, Egner, Slusser, Muehlenberg, Coach Bush. Previous records were topped as the Varsity and B water polo teams each entered into fifth place in the Moore League with two wins, four losses. The Varsity, B, and C teams cleaned up Montebello with 5-4, 7-4, l8-2 wins respectively. They then swept over Compton and Jordan with splashing triumphs. 72 FALL SPORTS the Due to not scoring when it was possible, Rams' Varsity lost the last four games 9-l5, 6-7, ' 4-6, and l2-4 to Wilson, Lakewood, Downey, and Poly. The Millikan poloists closed the season with four wins, six losses for the Varsity and three wins, five losses for the B's. FF f H W jf 3 M yy Wi' W M M Sl! A9 MCWLCM ,W-ffw"b"fNVQ . ,W 9 M xp-1:51 WMV JPDWML ' WM' QMJ ,JJZLLM0 K QOEI -x.U2f'V"6 If M, A X f ' - Q, Army' fl 1 r ' I ' A I ' A xf N V1 7,7 f' vi' , , y 1 ! x K ff' x i rl L 'X Y N, x w M wwf, ,WL if My if HW www W If X . X. , x ., X 3 0 Ai ff WW, f W W W Ugg TJ A M 1 AW 'X fn .J W W ,W ffydw fff. J KUY 7 U' 'fiflf W ,iw , L! YU MW M mf 1 W Lk ,' ' X X I. xxx--ff lj L3 K, XJ C X mf s -at YTWTTYI I I IJ 1 n .1-Q Q1 fa. L. W., w mich, I ., . 4. 4 ,I r, " Aw fb V .aw ' ' 'rv V. u 'fi' e " L, 1 :IJy"ff,. ' Y 9. 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K 62 X llllll ZIIII .M i .', 4 ., fi 'W 22 :mf , ff 3 :rg f .. "4 , 1 pr X f , f f ff 5 f X f fix 7 ff 4 W ' "' ' l guy: tiff R -f A l , , 5 "I if A THOMAS E. BERRY g ji' - 'ff , M.A., Univ. of Chicago mwwmmfm g' ,,,, , . Wham 1 f Q.- ya? . J, , ,1,, -I ,,,- , I V V,., MQ A , 1 E f H A 'i A , .,-,. Ilvr l as .i Q2 2. - , 74 CLASSES ,QW If xi' ' if MARGARET E. BURCH M.A., U.C.L.A. GEORGE DIBS M.A., L.B.S.C. EVE G. FOIST B.A., U.C.L.A. w ni' ' X K ' i V..V h ' M, A. Class participation is shown in Miss Burch's Sophomore English class where grammar, literature and composition are taught. "Histories make men wise, poets, witty, the mathe- matics, subtle, natural philosophy, deep, morals, grave, logic and rhetoric, able to contend." - Bacon MARY HANSEN M.A., U.S.C. wi , MARTEN KALLENBERGER 4""'?" div M.A., L.B.S.C. BEN LEVINE M.A., New York Univ. ' "Vue "7'Ig'."7FFE7i1, '.-1-'H,:f'fgL,fJ1 I , f gr- 1 , . 2- ' . ,W ,Q ,X ,ree K HARRIET K. THOMPSON any mx V! M.A., San Francisco St. Sr' , 745 1 551. I WILLIAM MARMION FRANCES M. MCAULIFFE B.A., U.C. at Berkeley B.A., U.C.L.A. NEIL VAN STEENBERGEN M.A., U.S.C. 'TTY 'WNIW SOCIAL LIVING H. SANFORD WILLIAMS M.A., L.B.S.C. -I I I,.I its , ',VV We Through individual and group reports many points of history come alive to interested tenth graders in social studies. Sophomores test themselves for driving skill W""""' rIf-'If .,, Ay 2 I direction of Mr. Van Steenbergen. ' Q 72 ga skin as " ':f,4p4,,.,,,, A + 31622225 --Q----'-"""" --W-f----'--Wfwr .1,.1.,f, ,f, Y fx 'jf 61411 Z VX Xt, 1,4 'I , I W, 5 .A-vig, I 1 .M if lg, L? Z ' WW ,ZW 7 at f, Q K Ax V Wie' ' f 'Q , M -F' ' W ' I My ,,f , if Q' We f , Q lg--1 5 f 4 CLASSES 75 ggggi Qf -Q! 9' at the reaction timing machine under the ...,., k .ix -Q ' li... 1 l Q,,X .I if 76 CLASSES -f.:-.i..-... A H 5, ,P A ,g5., .-.T - F f - .. rj A MANS UPINION' A L A 'V ' - - ' My . h IS WQRTH No MORE ' ' K' - H V ' ' l THAN he - ,. l ms mronmnon' BL 5 - l . , y ll l l G V i X if '9 Q55 in if ,F 1 ' kb c X 4 9 X A I, -:l, Q, . Awrr R3 .V,-.,1 ' K I JM ,P . 1- Q b' i A 2 u1 i 'Q Mi. xy .. M Q5 wilf- - i -gn-I ia... Juniors discuss early American history during United States history and government class where government procedures are stressed by student reports. A better understanding ot America's past and present results from such panel discussions. "America stands for oppor- tunity, America stands for a free field and no favor, Amer- ica stands for a government responsible to the interests of all." - Woodrow Wilson ORVILLE B. CURTIS M.A., Univ. of Iowa FRANK A. KANAREK M.A., L.B.S,C. THOMAS J. KINKADE B.S, ohio sf. univ. like . Q' A E .lhz if Q 9 K a it We A 'El Ti ,"v '- .., ' .i- l . ,K Q i .. i ,X in .ami-siflecxl. S . f -f, :-VV 1 . f-' ' .Af, A - X A X ligi-l xl A . fm ,J .A-L , J. DEAN LONGACRE B.A., Western Mich. Coll. MARGARET E. PARSONS M.A., U.S.C. JOSEPH YOSELOFF Juris. Dr., Univ. of low 'bww 7 iff .vK1v' vi N Studies on personality marriage and psychology take place for one semester in senior problems class the other half year is a course in world 1 .lr f L - Q INSTRUC ,, fi: . with 12133 Z7 wa lf, 5 l DONALD BUSH " ADELYN M. LAHRS B,A., Nebraska St. Coll MARJORIE R. DAVIDSON MA., L.B.s.c. B.S-I Unch of Berkeley ALVIN RASHKOW M.A., West. Reserve Univ. Three senior girls, dressed os witches, perform mogic os they brew up ci lively enoctment of Shokespec1re's "Macbeth" in senior English, which stresses literature ond composition for college preparatory students. V ' tt ,-v . ,. ff 5 . Vx, ,..ff.,, wt gmmp U: .' .11 " 11,1115 at I ,ggi hm, " , , ww t t t fs r so v- if. ,, 2,1?f"'fW 5 I A 2 ,, ' ' N O fax' 'f' .X , ' """"'6 ' , ' . A , , , ,, ' a WWW? 'Dw- I J ff I ,, ' . fl' B -, X 'li X S sg, 4 W3 H ' 'wmv' 3 4 H E Fl fum. in Mrs. Cahn demonstrates how to interpret poetry in Junior 5.5, Karisgg Sf, class where American literature is explored. ENGLISH "Every language is a temple, in which the soul of those who speak it is enshrined." O. W. Holmes TOPPER SMITH L.B.S.C. GLADYS S THRALL ELEANOR WEIHERMAN M.A., Univ. of Illinois 4.57. ,fiipgff fxpiit-fm W ,f4c42.'jz.:'4 if ' :f1'2ff?f f mi G15 11,5 , I l 1454.744 , vw ,fi-of ' . f 3.4, Q 77 , f , ,f MK' f sf r 4009 fi "W-.1 W ff 1 W f 'f 1 ff , 12232 f . f In fdpff 'W W' -,pq ,,,,Za! 1 3 1, 1. QM' f if Hwgfffj 9 '- 1' if ' fav 1 a 1 41' WM -.. V-., - f www, f ft , , 'fr , 'hw WU? w CLASSES 79 GEORGE BIBILONI B.A., U.S.C. kk, ,. . . t i , . ... - Milli , ' . f ,J in F 'a -E S! .gt A C1 Colorful posters help bring the Germon culture to Dr. Kohn's class and moke the lcnguoge more realistic to second yeor students. B0 CLASSES .. . .mf ,-,.,.,.f f , . it WY? . 55? 3 . Q .V 5 Y 4 fi ,gt . l in ' v tx 11 15, has-4' ' V . A V uw E E M . MARJORIE R. CAHN M.A., Univ. of Wisconsin 'Q-sq, li JOHN C. GLOVER M.A., Southern Methodist if st n is GERH ARD H. KOHN f .rm., ...W Ph.D., Northwestern Univ. A ' ' . :L .ssh m ' nl, 1734 my !l'll , X ' ' lr -1573 5 i X Q v C O Q UWM m.Z,7J qyafxi fum H "" " . . - 1 . ', 'I 'W' I inf? 1 l m llllfftl aw! i"'kl1 ' ' A' i'lt'f1 l F9 2913 ...my . X 'iW'i'-Ti -uuiW"W --"' ' r""': , ii W-f ,gf 1 I , ' Q N ' Q I t S 4 . M' Q 'Q .Q 3 "iff dj, K gm MSW W. .t 5, ..r .N . s . x X FINHII degree' Close cittention to work ot boord holds interest nf Frnnr-lm students. . , 1 N M Reporting to the class on various phases of Spanish culture is not uncom- Fff R W mon to ear Spanish students in Mr. Ochoa's class. xl gi' A in Kc ' 5' , X P NAR: ,K N ' A xgji Q, s ssl sslwkgtx N ix ,V . , , g , , K V . I, ,e . or S. - s as is cfs s X R ... X JN At,xxg, ce Si sv ,X-., "Language is the only instrument of science, and words are but the signs of ideas." - Samuel Johnson MALCOLM MCLAREN li-1 , " '.f,1i ' , -5 t 2? U , N A I i lvl 1 l ,Qi Under the instruction of Mr. McLaren, the basic language, Latin, gives students insight into Roman history as well as an increased knowledge of the language. A V il l 2' If FRANK it OCHOL4-t RONALD REDMAN M.A., St. Andrews, Scotland A .CQli.A1 B'A-I 59" Dl99O Slate , , . Z r -f' f f. wif A 1 I ,ga ,w1z4Z-fi , -,wr 7 , .',17'4. f " , .,ZgM,,?,, 1.1 5 .'. iff' f A13 , y x A 4- 'fi' " , Xia Xb' f if V l ii, ff' ' ' J ..mW". i -.1 uf if """"""U CLASSES BI 94" f r a MMM,,,,,,f..f.Mf W Z , Zi, Gif if Examining model of human brain, students review facts learned in Maior Wardle's physiology class. GERALDINE GREENWOOD M-A-, Univ. of Arizona Two aspiring chemists work in laboratory on experiment amid usual array of test tubes. 'W -.X.wf.e,,w,, . - ,, ,.,, 5,, 'W i N sg X ,X ., X ,X,,.x,g,,. s 'YK XX ,X . XXX if ev- a JOHN GUNNING ' X . ., L.B.s.C. .iw M A W, ff-ew? M I if HWY , f 1 W I-W.. .vrgigb 'quam JG"- Q- J r' Q ' kv X . -i N ,Q M X Xv ,q -:fs . gs X X JAMES N. HADDY at X B.A., L.B.S.C. 'Sm X 'R 4 '19 K -.nil X X sq: .A-'wr 'VU , .,-,Q X T T 'Y A X , . iw i. T T N3 .quam-:gg 4: .. V my Y A E- X "1 N, 'T-iissg. - . , M s ',.'5Ftf1't Q ,. ,I A KENNETH E. JGHNS s.s., u.s.c. SCIENCE 4 ' of 4 . Z 6 7 4 un ,my , A I P- ,, -1 In Q! AW! if 'eh f XX Techniques of developing pictures are learned in photography by two students under direction of Mr. Haddy. FRANK STEWART M.S., U.S.C. "For science reward. " . - W, , s MAY WOO B.A., San Diego State is - like virtue, its own - Charles Kingsley Student uses retracting machine to work out difficult physics problem. VW? RWM CLASSES " 'Rae' NORLYN S. DULL B.A., Lo Verne Coll. GERALD HANNA B.A., L.B.S.C. MATHEMATICS ROBERT JAMES M.S., Univ. of Utah A difficult olgebro problem deserves help, ond Mr. Winter oids first yeclr student find the correct solution. f- ---'-f-, Q ...M ..., ....,.-,s 'K' a L... V ' M, ,,,. ,....,...,,....fs-.4 ,EM , , ,. ...s....,,.., , 1 . ' , ., Q v wwf' -Q K ,Ns Geometry students use compasses to plot solutions to difficult problems. "There is no certainty in science where one of the mathematical sciences cannot be applied." -Leonardo De Vinci FREDERICK L. PHLEGAR M.A., Miami Univ. s 4 WILLIAM WINTER M.A., L.B.S.C. LEON C. VAN OOSTEN M, of Bus., Univ. of Mich I iz. Th. This boy solves a complicated equation on the board, giving the class an opportunity to check his work. DELBERT F. PENHALL M.S., U.S.C. ""7""Fi 1053, CLASSES GORDON W. DOOLEY M.A., Stanford BUCKNER N. HARRIS M.A., L.B.S.C. MAXON MONTGOMERY B.A., Lcl Verne Coll. ROBERT R. MEYERS M.A., L.B.S.C. 86 CLASSES '? 9 I 4 ' 1 ,, f I W vt A E BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION fail Wh-Q-qv Mmm 'QQ ,envy 3? A M is ,Q A+ et be A , , X -"STN t X N , f V.. ' . .mg A., -N K Under the attentive eyes of coaches Hclrris ond Glover, boys cure trained for track ond field events. N1 Qi 9, f A 4-Q J S as ft' V - A 1 -'gv Q' dial 435 " AA H' m gis gf BOYS do PUSh'UPS to keep physically fit for the more active sports during physical eClUCG'fiOn Class. Q Q' rf - A h 8 "Games lubricate the body and the mind." ' - Benjamin Franklin i 4 A L, f ,. 4 swf , , 9 ,Q t A 11 A ""W'k Q 'SO 32 QQ it rt Q, 555 5' 'i ' r ,A 'f' ' 3' ' ' ' 77 , .A A g 17 L V ,E ' A is "' 1 it '1 A A l 2 A57 4 - e nns A A' r ' F 5 V , fm, 'G ,i ' is I A , AV , 'A 'Q X " ' , i A , V A ' A l A gyuwwgwz, VVVW 3 -7A j ff A. JV A A , f ,pii A gf as ,A t inii A i v A ,3 V, A ,,,,,,, , I llr , A ,A 1 L , ,, 4? 4 f 2 j f 4 V 4 A M I ,wlfwgfl ' I' ' Wnlmw A ' V 1 4 7 1 lf 4 y 'ff A f I 'f - .,.. mf A- ' W ,,,,. My ,A ,L :I AA ,..,, Y A EY, ,', T ' ffv' A 'J A ,fr W4 'f i .i,,, ' ,,,, ' 4' "'t' ' ' A Iv- . 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V..u.s.'i..','F is -A-V ifzwrwggf ' -VV V, f 1' " VV M V V ' V, i V V ff me 4 Golf clubs in hand, Miss Doughty instructs beginning Team sports such as basketball form core of girls' physical education, and here one teammate tries for that winning point. 5 V 1 l , V g ,w...,..WV,,.VV,,,,,.,s, , , '1 x t?742ff' Q J, Vf f,, f , ffm , V iw fVffQ2'fJ V wif V fiVV VQQ,f,,4,C 3 :3956WfzVz wi ,V r I I V I X I Y M f "'f V golfers in putting lechnlques' "Though a sound body cannot restore an unsound mind, yet a good soul can, by its virtue, render the body the best possible." -Ralph Waldo Emerson ilk K Ns, it ci N DORIS DOUGHTY V ,ew fx, gr Y y fi ' l , I K I GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION lnferprelive dance routines mode u displayed by The girls in modern dcznc feoch fine grace and cxdmired form. l 2 .V ,,.,,? p ond e class 9 ff i A EJ ..-4 , We vm-nr ff Wham, ' 'lb r i.. -I ,QL 1fZ?3" . fc, 51 , ,Q M-41-f!,,,, 'l fl' 5 40 ,, 9 ,. ,M DOROTHY M. GEISLER B.S., U.C.L.A. NAILDRED s. GRIFFITH B-A., U.C.L,A. HELEN C. JAMIESON B.S., EJ.S.C. x 5 J CX Q 'Q X lr WJ5 xx M U X x H 4 XX 5 , Q 'lf Q ' MNH -. . V N , . Q61 n . ARLINE PETERSON M.S., Wellesley fr!" x X-, I' ,v-r . 4,,! ,ff ,W ,ve X in RNC- CLASSES 89 7 TN- "N 5 if Q -.ri ,Hx q.k,, K 'mn x Q" .-f Q ...I f -J . . R 2' V f -' I ',',4'f.fL ff' I I., I ' ' WSW! ' VJ, " ihyy- ,, , ' - ,--5 ,N " 11 ,.,, f' 3 in 7 ' " iffy- X IWW! F-1 no N........A,, . -.V....w,., ,,,,. . I I KL P" ... ., .,,...,., .......... I -., I M A 1 I ww Dealing with the public through salesmanship is practiced in the student Store by IT16ITIb6fS of the applied sales class JCL WILLIAM Y. CASKEY M.Ed., Louisiana Univ. WI lhwn ASSE5 M.S., Columbia Univ. B-5-1 MlCl'1- SICIIG BUSINESS EDUCATION KENNETH R. KEENAN M.A., Colorado State ANDREW CARTER NANCY L. HUSTON 'SL 4 'X 11? JANE C. NELSON M.A., Colorado Coll. ARNOLD N. REINERTSON M.A., Univ. of S.D. MAXINE TREVATHEN M.A., Columbia Univ. The business of America IS business Typing skill is voluoble In school work os well os rnc.-U urn-fu-linnrwl Fiolflc aww M.A., Columbia Univ. CHARLES R. BILLING B.A., U.C., Santa Barbara GEORGE L. BECKER 2'I"i7.TI'2W'i"' iiiii " MUWY Students design their own useful, woOCl products. 2 M'f'r"'1'fr"Lf2':f1 mvffyfgf A-e"- eg 3 vvvr, -4- ---f--- 4 ,000 UCTS , 11 :IW is f ' l 'C i ' "tw X MY-z,. W2 1 4, .V I- Q- V -or i I gn H V . rv g' , A f aff 1 ' . Q' 1 ': . .. fl - j ' A fr,r X I i s'rr Advanced students of the print shop gain practical experience in industrial arts by printing the school paper and other materials tor school activities under the expert guidance of Mr. Billings. 5"'i'-.D -Mr Fi' f it lhfllf i9zz l ,FM QuA?.Z i iii' Fug iw , wr, Xxx, Boys learn that accuracy is essential in mechanical drawing 92 CLASSES S- 12 wr H lil," ,-.wr he ': 7,1-':'. f .Wm Q TMJ wil, V s, I 5 9 ,Z Zrl 'x -:W . , , A--T119-Hhs. Perfecting manipulative skills is the aim of students interested in industrial arts. Mr. Mueller goes over a blueprint with an attentive student to insure the best possible results from a proiect. INDUSTRIAL ARTS "Technical education is the exaltation of manual labour, the bringing of manual labour up to the highest excellence of which it is susceptible." -W. E. Gladstone LESTER A. HARRIS B.A., U.C., Santa Barbara 20? T27 KENNETH L. MUELLER M.A., Colorado State A 'WW I .,,. I Q I .":f:t',z. A .. it .f ff ,3,b,, .. . 4. W h , , -aw Q ' , M .QW " fm , ,VL wi, ,'f,4.fg,, ALBERT F. STEINER M.S., USC .l"W"x gym! v My 4: ,K S. . Q N rf L X 4 f . L Q ,- ,476 . g - , , 'i nyglzl "1 I s - " ,W-."7s3f ' . kgs - fgaiz?-. 'Ilan ffm. . gwcxw . -if-ni, ,.'f-1f.jr.g5,l' uf: I """""' 3, 55Q'f-vamfjr J.. 3 fmt , f V ii :, f. f ' 'P - ,ful gl,,':-' f s ,gi A RR R :triaig,,,r:+f4,. , 1 'J 'Aw .ww V .lf a , 16: 'f-in "sr""' I Ifffxl r 'lib 'Wh 'gif ft 'H HAROLD STROMBERG M-A-, New York Univ CLASSES 93 ,.fT1'wE, Q I pry, W 1 f f f ,fm -f ', 1 1 S if ff W fi -.VV 1 1 ff f fr ff? ' ' ,hc 4,., ,," , X41 ff 1 , f V W W, f " V-1 1 f ifsfzfh W , z M4 X ,fff NWN., fi , fjff , ' 4 f W? f , f Q, "The beauty of the house is order, The blessing of the house is contentment, 3 The glory of the house is hospitality. W JK my - House Motto Through the home economics department, students learn to make practical clothes. Girls participate in sewing, fitting, ,,,.f""' :j'W27Z2W'WW'0 W M014 , l 1 .,,,. f f f 2 and modeling their fashions. 'Lag W I wg S , y ' we l f ta -all S. ,M A , Eg? 1 5 1' ' af , ' ZW ----vfhqp..-LA K ?, l , s.f , . Q. W, af: ,4,r L.. 2 A- ., . 'N Housewives of tomorrow study social graces and decor, sv two qualities that help make a home. - 94 CLASSES .K l lg, ,ff .f Y ! I 2 n is-Yr-I I L !',, LUELLA P. GRESSLIN JEANNE GUERNSEY ELIZABETH B. SMITH M.Ed., Univ. of S.D. B.A., Santa Barbara B.S., Oregon State HOME ECONOMICS f.,.., if . ,. ,, ,, .ns W W I-gon 14" .34 -KI Cooking classes teach girls to budget, cook, and serve nutritious meals. ,,l,l,,,1jji,llQlLl12fiQlQiQffff,II,MJ,,,.C . , , ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. ,A W.,,W,,.M ,.,,,,, an M ,,,.,,.,,,,,, W ,-,,,,,,W, rm ,.,,,,,.,,,,,, m .,,v,..,,,,f 914 , , ,,,, ,,,, ,, we ,, ,,,, W , ,,.,,,,,.,, .,,,.,,, , ,,,, W, ,,..,,,f . ,,,,,,,, W f.,,,.,..M W ,, ., ,, ,, ,, ,,,,,.,,. ,, ,, ,Mm aw M 1,-,R ,. ,,,,, ,, ,.,s,, ,,., , ,,.,, , ,W ,, . M,,,,u.,W,-M mm ,.,M,M ,MMvw.y-,arf-mf-mm , ,...,,,. ,W,.,.,,.,.h .,.,,. ,, ,,,, M. ,,.,,, W.. W. , ,. .,,- ,.,. WWW. .,,,,,, W ,.,,.,,,,,, , W7 ..,.,, , . HW.. ,..,, N.,,..,W ,M ,,,,,, ,,-.. ,,,,,,, , ,.,N..M ,,,,,, , -'f--'-- - vm. HW- nm 4. U. J , wma xt. ,,,W..,,t M, U , .,,,..,., -,,, I wQ:..,.,,.. ,,,, LM, """"' WM v,,.J"""" "rw- ., 717' H- mm, 23- fn CLASSES 95 NX X sf- '?2 ww ,X1, Q21-. -wk s 2 7 1 W A ' -1 Y 'en 2 '-,..', X R 1 4 3,6 XM 52 ' 4 1 Q ESM, Q.. , 9 J if. ,,,ffwa ' F11 ALBERT K. DOWNS M.A., U.S.C. JOHN O. JENKINS M.A., Ohio State Univ. A nf 's. . ,.. Y Q , I i 1 l W' . 44v1s.4-ng., I 4 f ' 'M 1 I ' " V-1y"1f:i,gff-V. tg 3 ,- g2,I27,4'Q:,? RICHARD TRANTOR B.A., L.B.S.C. "For Art is Nature made by Man To Man the interpreter of God' - Owen Meredith Our campus provides a beautiful landscape for art students. ,- Qgffm ' ' N t ,ff 1 rw - -fs'---f.,.-Qygh if 4 V V 2 . f I M sy dv ,. '2-tiff' A creative student is learning to work with ceramics and pottery. The advertising art class contributes posters school activities. ,, , ,..,.,, ,.., A-W-.qwffvf ff, , to promote l wmv? The library often displays the - work of some of our fx l ll-lv C, ,l llifj . 'WWWQ yy. wg., .1 lltle- tm ri mlm. id! talented artists. CLASSES 97 , vigrx. , ,,,.r , , , in i -A i i ff ,pf "-' ' ,ri f ,L , ,191 ,ff al x3Lt,sp,.,swue1:,az:::rxp: ,,,., Q ...,.g,g,,,,,g-,flmlm W X X -,ia T . .4 ff ,f 0 if i 5 fi ft 3 W fi il Z y A , 9 'g ' Q tw l C C ' Q E Color guard members Campbell, Crouch, Schlee and Wolfe na Iona emblem at important have charge of raising and lowering the school flag each day and presenting our t' l school events. gg, W A W 1 fl The entire California Cadet Corps detachme t t M'l n a llikan meets daily as an elective class. The members train in military drill, learn army techniques, develop skills in use of special equipment, and develop a spirit of com- radeship which is bound to k l ' ' ' ' ma e a astlng impression on all who partl- a CLASSES Clpclie- "Militarism is a spirit. It is a point of view. lt is a system, It is a purpose." Woodrow Wilson F it ft f7'r1+ff't1 5 5 Sf Ei 'Fa Bottom Row-Shelly, Fox, Tuman, Wolfe, Marles. Row 2-Harris, Benjamin, Krieger, Pries, Allen, Baker, Woodward lManager.l This year's California Cadet Corps award- winning rifle team took part in competition at Camp Pendleton. ,M , 1 of f M4 fa f , I K f 'UV 1 1 r t L a ii' ZW vu! :ll N I U Crouch, Neuharth, Tuman, Wolfe, Schlee and Campbell as the Battalion Staff, represent the leadership group for the entire corps. C M L Q 4, le. . ' if dz" A Q WILLIAM WARDLE T' . M.S., Univ. of Utah CLASSES 99 , l - twist were -X -- -s rx:-ny, 5 A -,gig 51 .Ax ul K V- c s XA., ' 4 'S . ' if X ., .. S xxx - Q Eifrfli 5 , X Qxxx X - 38A A - .- .ww-A . 1 sa- . , -we 1.- -'. fx 5 x - i -it M ,,M.L,,s s. , I Q' l Music fills the air as students sing tor practice and , Students studying individual musical mstru ments practice a duel. "Music is well said to be the speech of angels." The music essential class gains a new appreciation RGBERT W BOWER of music through studying its forms and history. BQMUS-Edu Morningside Students, under Mr. Bower's guidance, listen to ci symphony. -N., FW - Carlyle .X NX iv 5 ul' 'fa MICHAEL H. PAPPONE M.A., L.B.S.C. 'if- IOO CLASSES fffsvswrwwsfsf ,. .,,, . . . ..fff.4:,5K,, :, , ' - V- Q :fm so Q 5 mga? J H4 'QNX ' " " '.'- '53 - . ,c.4,: . in .-123 ' 5 g gi 3 Si 5 Q Hi pe, f' .. N. - X eg. M Xt.. k""v-c. 5 .. ...V-V X ff . Mrs. Johnson and Miss Snow are popular with the students for their friendly assistance in selecting reading material. "Books are sepulchres of thought." ..4 LIBRARY CAROLYN BURCH M.A., U.S.C. . . . f b i ' 4- x fl" i F Y ry S Longfellow 414 fi VIDA snow M.A., u.s.c. Many students find the library an ideal place to study and spend leisure time for reading. s ' r .r cz it V- 2 ei 425 'AEQ JVVV lV,' V V VV V V V Vw X, , , , V- V-1-- V Qi VV M ff, f s.-vy 7 , V V V VV VVVV . ., V VVV A. .f'MKWf,,,, .W V ' 13?-fi Ein ,w sg,t.. , 4.f ri.- 2-f. f . V I in . ' ' Wm 1 W. ff f W 'W M 4 , ,, . 4, . ,fi ,L , f . s '," V -.gf ...,, c . . ' ,Q , l m r . it . . . . i W fvh H i ig, . M' , Q I QFT if iii'- 1 ..,.. . .a ..'..,' Vhxhsp M' , ,.....pf ,., ,,,. vw . " W .. 1 V ,-'V V L' ""i "" . ,VW- --. 21:1 Q 'Pl i Q 'l 3 Ei ,N NCLASSES lol Q52 nw- hm...-.- I, II ' lg ,Q 5 E -Q-R ---, A ff4-, f-'f A- R, ,Mfr 'Q :AA, -I IQRRRWQII is gl'-',, I vr, V. In E V V J 3 cw-"'m"' k If --L43 W vlk- N, I F'-ew I PROGRAM DRIVER TRAINING YI, .,.., I. Q Lone BEACH UNIFIED I SCIIUOL DISTRICT Traffic laws and safety rules are observed in the "behind the wheel" driver training program. Students also learn mechanical operation of the car. I I I V f... fIf,,, nv , , 5 31,75 I f 'I WI DRIVER TRAINING "Instruction enlarges the POWEVS of lhe mind." -Horace JAMES E. BERNEKER M.A,, L.B.S.C. ROBERT E. HUNT B.A., U.C.L.A. , W' I I I ""'!"' ,4 , if I. 102 CLASSES I' ,- . 'fee :- f I ' TY R2 ,.. - -cannu- ' A IN Mr. Van Steenbergen tests a student's accuracy in Iudglng distances, an important factor in be-ing CI MARTIN ROGOVIN B.A., Denver Univ. good driver. Q Q xx I 1, ef !'?l,i Nl ls at Meyer, Scharfen, Pelland, Walker, Lankford, Jackson, Van der Haar, Milles, Hesh, Burg, McConnell, Mgr. Cafeteria Workers Performing a necessary and beneficial service, these "ladif2S of the kitchen" daily serve nutritious food to hundreds of hungry SfUdenl'5- Gardeners The special skills of talented gardeners gives our campus a well groomed look. Dunbar, Webb, Lenotte, Lewallen, Deilson, Bottom Row-Vanderburg, Borgerding, Simon, Dawson, Smith, Skonberg, May. Row 2 .-Madsen, Newton, Rusk, Wilkenson, Lenz, Lucas, Galvond, Alwine, Diamond lHead Caretakerl- V f' wiv, f'f, Custodians The cleanliness of classrooms, offices and gyms is a reflection of the hard work and efficiency of our friendly custodial staff. ,4 ' ,cf . CLASSES 1 O3 I M ia ft' ig ia ag: , at. Q 3 ggtfwivwrmfaff ' 1 tff,m?'5-:W f W m -fe.-,Fl,,Ej5 1515? ...Jin T ..,, B gs.. .J.., at 1 f 1 -,rg I ...I Nw' wi' gf N if? 0 L 5 HARRY BAUER Stage Manager -,,.f1 ,Te- .S '1 3 J 3 N T wt Q N ,ij -Y Ned it H R 6 fi N 1, N K, Q ,Q-W., - SARAH VAN WORMER Girls' Gym Attendant ELEANOR W. OLSON Accompanist ff, , W A ff f - yjvfffgg , -fjazzb wa, 5, v 41,7 f f ,, , 1g,,,,v, t lv I ' M, '. , GRANT BERTHEN Boys' Gym Attendant Q ORVILLE SCOTT Pool Attendant DOROTHY ANGUS Accompanist 104 CLASSES W Wmm M 52552 k ,yfffwwj gfffjgff by W MMF SS Rx Wwwgy as W M wwf? ii Ak Q,,C9xL,Xfii bgfwvvrvo wQJQL,EJ,z, U'QJ1JwXj Qg,VQ.Qft-0-g,Q.N,,, 15+g,mQI',35,V MLM Q3Q,,f,,QnvA,fL?fJ2f M MW WYWJK .W Wg ,fi mi u gk W if W MN w., " -,SX " . ,,,..i- f. Q ' Mk, AG il!"irl"5..v.-.W nl' Mia Fl 1993 A " 1 1 if '61 'F Pax M-f ... -Wi A.. 1 ,Av v my Em 40 f. Q Y :WV yigffqgifwfxw w.-9 " uw ,fu -V .Hy fs'wv' f A A 'Tiki-3'fQy"FA Pf'1Qf'f '!r:v1,..,.u.f - .'4f:,,, I 'W-' M Qf3!' i ,vw C lg: fair "Yr -. ,,u. 4. 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V, ,FM ttf? 6 VV MEQIVV Qui! ff','W'03 'fffi' 'V X ' " ,V wif 'V 17 , 7 .V ,' V , " ' A , VV"f 'V ' VW' ' J X' "?'I'I ' I if il 'V. V X"55f'fI V, V, VV 'pf 'V V I 253535 - f'V "" ,. , 24' 'h ifi V ,V N t l . . Q 49 Q ' , , 7 r 2 'ky , K 1' 'T' f 1' 't .Q .K H I X . T , . X 5 J X Roger Rhoades 5. . . ' ' President Sandy Hogan lgilgjgoiligrgf Lynn Winnik Bruno Prochaska Girl's League President of Entertainment Secretary V'Ce'PfeSlClenf A Neil Meyer Sr. President AV' ,,.1 Q. 'x Ellen Holle Exchange Student Don Young Jr. President Skip Fonner Sophomore President fi " vs ,LM flii 'l Lg 'YR E Dyane Miner Co-Chairman of Entertainment Chuck Henderson 1 V E' Past President A Maxine Slagle John Oehler GAA President BOYS Alhlehcs Student Council Plans RAMhi Activities More than just a class, the Student Council's whole structure is designed to represent the Millikan student body in every way. Democratic ideals, through parliamentary procedure, is carried out by the members in their many activities and associations. An effective student council is not only respected by the students but contributes a great deal to the entire school program. The members give up their time and exert great effort on con- structive leadership and representation to fulfill the confidence placed in them when they are elected to their positions by the student body or one of its many organizations. They express honest opinions and develop programs designed to strengthen the student activity program. Every Millikan student can be proud ofthe student council - a fine example of the democratic process in action. Sharon Lyon Eirik Rutlin Frgn geif CGHTSSH President Chairman of Activities Chairman of Publicity .in 106 seams Lal' C73 l Caught by the camera as they discuss experiences are exchange students, Mary Jane Braddock, Lynne Winnik, Bruno Prochaska, Ellen Holle and Eirik Rutlin with Dr. Kohn, who directs, advises, and spearheads the entire program. This year almost 52,000 was collected through a share sale campaign to finance next year's program. Exchange Students Further International Goodwill ff? 9 t W Eirik Rutlin of Norway and Ellen Holle of the Nether- lands, have been our guests this year at Millikan. Bruno Prochaska is a student from Austria. Founded in l9l4, American Field Service believes that international re- lations can be improved and false ideas about the United States can be counteracted by bringing foreign high school students to live in this country for one year. In this program, which also sends American youth abroad, the students acquire a first- hand knowledge of the country in which they go to live. This year there were two foreign students participat- ing in the program at Millikan . . Eirik Rutlin and Ellen Holle. The International Christian Youth Exchange is an inter-denominational exchange program for high school seniors. Though it is sponsored by churches, the requirements are similar to those ofthe American Field Service. Bruno Prochaska and Sandra Thomas are a direct exchange. Bruno is sponsored by the Los Altos Metho- dist Church. Lynn Winnik and Mary Jane Braddock, two Millikan stu- dents, went to Germany and Denmark, respectively. Sandy Thomas, a Millikan Senior replaces Bruno in his home in Austria. ES 107 Sherry I .X,.,.. by i 3 41 99 i" i,f2l , if io slid Sue Christopher, Sandy HayeS, Barbara Coultrup, and Mel Lease Curtis Hawkins plays "Malaguena dance "Spaghetti Rag" Porter dances "Kawika" Class Of '59 Presents X 2, i . After several months of practice and preparation the , i, 2nd annual senior-sponsored talent show played two suc- cessive nights, February 27 and 28, to capacity crowds in the Millikan auditorium. Displaying varied talents from modern dance to an impersonation of Marilyn Monroe, the X participants presented a fine show. Mr. Alvin Rashkow, Miss Dorthy Geisler, and Mr. Robert Bowes gave assistance in drama, dance, and voice. They were ably assisted by Mr. Harry Bauer's stage crew. Nancy Foltz and Lynda Bransford do a modern dance duet to "Topsy Part ll" i 4 1 l isp l t Bill Woolsey Mike Walker Tex Baker and Phil Carey sings "Old .' . . . . ' . Mel Hedlund Sings SPRING ACTIVITIES M R, ,, Ken Kawalchl loin in an instrumental Hlndion Love Call" an 'Ver combo in "Peter Gunn" and "Moonshine" gh: .,,,.1,.. Vffliiaw Q ,Q Ni' r w ' ,z x X4 -N.. W ,sf sl ' .,:.f'g,-3 ?3:QfEg5q'Q3xg,: ibm- Q,-'If' ,345 +2 z QTIQS3- -5322 455 . Zag-'ILE -4 I W, x., vl 1 ..,. .,,s, 4:-.SJ-5-.' ne. ss , 1 Q1-.Fr ' . F fi' gf .,f- u'5iP2. '517 M-fx 2:33 gg., .w , D .c::N' QT: K1 '- uvgyi ,3 frslf Judy Mclnnes sings Zung Went The Sfrungs of My Heczrt Lester Gurnm sings The Touch of Has Hand C Dyone Mmendonces Tndwell cmd Trcuvls Montgomery, os the to Carousel Monzcxnlllo Smart styles, chique clothes, debonaire accessories, sharp fashions and a wide variety of apparel catch the attention of eager-eyed students. Assemblies Provide Pleasant lnterlucles Between Classes 110 SPRING ACTlVlTlE5 L.B.C.C. Orchestra and Glee Club render entertaining repertoire of romantic music and inspire thoughts of far-away places. Exit world . . . enter dreomy eyes. .gn .M V l ,P 1 ' i, , af Pr Q 'W a Borefoot bouncers try the cho-cho-cho. Scilus Sponsors Shoeless Shuffle Swinging bond entertoins 'cool cots.' Persuosion fights reluctonce os o girl osks her steody to donce. Kick up those heels! SPRING ACTIVIUES HI X JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE 112 Bottom Row--Mayo, Zippert, Paulson, Clark, Schnei- der, Peterson. Row 2-Moen, Parrott, Butcher, Drawbolt, Dilworth, Nielson, Vose, Reece, Burdick. Row 3-Hayes, Rogers, Strong, Ubben, Huffmire, Corcoran, Rodsatin, Vernon, Kawaichi, Yoseloff, Graves, Murdy, Burke, King. Row 4-Silverstein, Dudney, Gibson, Gibson, Newell, Fehrman, Petty, Harvey, Chew, Clark, Salzman, Rickman, Clark, Dorrans, Pilarzyk, Dawson, Martin, Uribe, Van Winkle, Burke. Row 5-Knox, Brandmeyer, Work- man, Iverson, Wright, Gordon, Dale, Atwood, Prid- onoff, Rehpohl, McLeow, Harvey, Mr. Pappone, Neighbarger, Jones, Beard, Scott, Householder, Dugan, Williams, Rink, Souter. '-'M-Wg 'f-.3-,574-3 my I Ram Orchestra 1 X , 4 ' 5' 4"'f43,. f , 5 fi,-,L , :fs s 1 26 is ,s swf ,fr ,M ,951 9 ,wv.'. ,,.,,4,. -.Jr af -......,-. SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE Bottom Row-Parker, -Davis, Conter, Walker, Gipe Sienknecht. Row 2--Hay, Scanlan, Butler, Gipe Meinke, Marshall, Grimwood, Self. Row 3-Fitz simmons, Haller, Hadland, Polak, Gamble, Foltz McFedters. Vocal Groups Bottom Row-Mrs. Angus, Judy McElheny, Barbara Felton, Linda Hollenbeck, Pat Staples, Ruth Morgan, Robbie Monroe, Billie Adams, Sharon Hart, Carol Rohling, Linda Brennan, Carol Kline, Vicki Finnern, Diane Seguin, Bonnie Bright, Mr. Bower. Row 2- Marsha Thompson, Lynn Kelly, June Henderson, Jeanne Putman, Mary Ann McConahay, Judy Wat- kins, Carolyn Ehle, Cherrie Chard, Madeline Mo- sella, Pat Grenig, Carolyn Bates, Kathi Crandall, Pat Miller, Barbara Roach, Penny Cohen, Danelle Millete, Susan Kibler. Best In Southern California MIXED CHORUS Bottom Row-Bushman, Mantsch, Anderson, Gray Meyers, Davis, Proctor, Flaherty, Slagle, Hutsell Miss Roesner. Row 2-Hubbard, Manning, Hatha- way, Milledge, Ramey, Tippin, Lankford, Cozart, St. Jacques. Row 3-Horton, Guy, Carey, Brown, Mantenfe, Yoken, Wimsett, Milledge, Chilcote. Row 4-Zweifel, McGrady, Moen, Lesk. I Enhance School Prestige Heralded as the finest orchestra to appear in years by the Southern California Band and Orchestra Directors Association, Millikan is iustly proud of this fine group. Under the direction of Mr. Michael Pap- pone, the orchestra played at their fall and spring concerts, at Vespers Service, and at numerous other special concerts, as well as school assemblies. Several of the orchestra members have received nation-wide recog- nition for fine musical ability. SPRING ACTIVITIES 113 I lwffrinffm -I . ,, ,I-I "Q ' ' K PM.. ,g:.4,i,:,. " M ' """fj V f W S is J h ' ff-slums slit' ' so fr? c 3 S 'F' It I fir 'I ' f I 'iff is , . M . G A. Dib .sf ., A Claudio Fenwick I Tig? I S Clubs I Vlsqll ' - 4 'v,,Jfg1I,uyMt -W Discussing the sports section, Nj, Mui 1 .1 Jfltw Corol Ricci ond George Bam-f -.fy Qfwf? fijjlf It Ni mer get help from other stclifi In 1 1 members. 'I '-' Wg! ,JMUM IS, WCIVJ 'If V' J5Y :V Ulkf X . 4 It 'QM ' I f """"' X , is If M L I I Al I 7,if' f I Roy McKinley Soles Monoger N Jeon Berglond Students ,,V, V: ,V Mm. i , - ,, I . .-.. ' NJ 1 ' George Bommer Sports 4 SPRING ACTIVITIES Mr. Dibs gets the ecIitor's opinion os Lee Flomer cmd Lonney Tourney diligently work on. I Penny Cohen listens to or story from George Bommer during ci typicol afternoon session ot work. Lee Flomer Spring Activities f A f I .J NWI ISI! M L Hn hx LV M Mx K 5As"",,,,5!4 if ff ,,f,,wfffi ff MM 'Mi' I W i5j,,yff9iZjfiMyW,,Q3,,,Q Hills: Wpfyg ,I ,lpf g i ' P i I ' .1 is Mlfilll iff' i i, ft I M ,W W ,K LVgZyf"Ii,,fl ZIV . Ai' , f ' I v :sf ' I After School ime Devoted To Aries '59 Production ARIES '59 was published this year under an experimental program. Without a separate class period set aside to work on the book without a regular classroom atmosphere, and without an experienced staff or sponsor, ARIES '59 nonetheless marks a highpoint in yearbook production. All of the work was done by a volunteer staff on after school and Saturday time. The average staff member donated about ten hours each week of the school year to planning, writing, photographing, making lists, pasting, and doing the many detailed jobs that are necessary to turning out an outstanding annual. Although the experiment was not an unqualified success because the sacrifice of time and effort made difficult the full participation in other activities of the staff members, the worth of their efforts is reflected in the book which students eagerly awaited. ARIES '59 includes a number of firsts. Individual pictures of every student are presented, The well-organized sales drive, kicked off by the outstanding ARIES SING assembly, netted I7OO buyers, the largest number in the school's history. This, the third annual, is produced in an unusual offset-process which combines the advantages of black and white contrast with the beauty and effectiveness of color. An explosive theme dominated every section of the book, adding significantly to the continuity and presentation of school life. Two hundred and eight pages, including more pages devoted to activities and sports, top the previous annual by 24 pages. From staff and sponsor ideas and from examples of outstanding annuals all over the country, many specific details of exemplary yearbook production, too numerous to mention here, were incorporated into the final product. Above all, considering the special circum- stances under which ARIES '59 was developed, the staff members and sponsor worked harmoniously and effectively throughout the school year. We, the staff members and sponsor, are hopeful that you will receive as much pleasure from this book as we have received from creating it. ff' i JI' N, CJ be Penny Cohen PGUI ASIWDY U J ,fy A ,A Fall Aciiviiies Photographer I-J 2' Y Y t fe :Rf H? ' i I I ly SIL, I , i gg A .1 'tr Ov" f R01 M N I gm--1 ..f-Wav Roz Miller Classes xii' if gg i Qi. . X , Q Lonnie Tourney Writer Carolyn Wells Seniors SPRING ACTIVITIES 'I'I5 ,, X . ,K g Nfl? M Fi ,- , ,. f ,.,, ..,. I Lyn, U ,, , ., m,, ,y , ,M ,,,4 : I cWwM,,, , W ,,, 1 fg2yZ ZZ2C1f ss 2 s 4 '64 . 945 if R E x I Mwlvm is ,,L-rx,. ,V V. A QQHQEM k,L,A. is ' A A 2 Y: 5 -1 an A if If ' l 1 ' E ff? 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A- t-31-y -iz H 'JM ' sseeseizisassisifts as s,1 1 at 'fts 5f'ff2sl ' .,i. : ,ww ei M' -A ' i3 I V - iz, f ' 1 - l " , ,,,,,, ,,.. q u 1 I. 9 I an 5' of V ff 'as 1 I' ff .gf 11 "" " ' ' I em 5, M g ti S ,525 h, Q ii It . 1. X Q W, X I g s 4, h ,. , 5 gt gfzi , , , K, ' V- li d .v fs Editor in Chief Circulation manager, Kathy Lynes., can t ft , , 3 , , ' pass up an opportunity to distribute W' " Lynne Wmnlk. Corydons fy ,,.' f Office Manager, Judy Horn, finds that the to bury his talents inside the typewri Mr. Smith announces penalty for 'Und' Prepares lo CFU missing deadline. I 1. in If-ing-. , , . E ,S Q, Lonnie Tourney receives inspiration for ' , , ,, - P X next editorial M, 2 R--xt i -w s 4, .,1 S .rg hls 'W , '. GJ .x we 1 1 - - E. 5 - X ,, 7 ' ' , -E, - t , V , 't We A C' t . - 1. - 'xi X I VA ef E i ik iii x f' s 1 . f Wifi' , ? 1. ' X it 4-vt, fi QT J' 1 zwtfs' 1 V s qg+ s- , Q ,sttf ,V Q, U - - - 5,13 fo . t , ' Af ., I I I 5 :jg ,, -I K i ' Q 121' - . f " , st 1 Al -lf, fl f i?" gr - it X i N fa Business Staff Karen Strain Marilyn Rubin -Qt wa f 1 and Sue Davis show off hours activity 112 SPRINGYQ yn l best way ' to get rid of political writer, Travis Montgomery, is ter. l l Automotive Editor, Nancy Cope- ise around in, l search of another outstanding custom to dent. t , .X WM QQ V . - "N, X ', F ,I ,g 1 . -Q N X If "'13'?'?liXwB X ,SX to E S K s ' X911 1 I ' S -we ,- m t ' " 3. ax, -' -x x. . -I ,-7 X N- eff- , J . xy g . . 5 4 , . i F w -A ?sa pss f 1 st'3. w' - ' . 'Tp mf" K-Ji f 1 A ss. t WW" ,ft K' Nigfji: .QQ 'Ass t. ...Q Kids' ' ,zmf wi, if A 7.f:Sf'2ilz f ' fin : V, , ft ' ,, Y If Q, f f ff , ff' , f 1 X f f Swim Show Highlights Yeor's Activities itt f' '55, Wnxfyf, ' f , ' ffm' ,Z 4 2 f' , f, Wy," , I A ya: I 47 ff,'y I , ,:3?E1'P ' f , f ff , , , ,241 It ffwfzf f , ' "fff'eLWA'?2'1ifg2ff Y I . I v . , 'tg P 1 I V -' new ., ,fv- , 'f ' f '-if 'I' t w '22 f It Y -"" ' f- X 'V 4 2 g I f ' .W ef T' :,,iifi'Q5 WW A Iene Moen on M'ke Hensen depict Cupid's coper. ' I Mr. Gunning orrives in style. Connie Blogg introduces the show to X copocity crowd for three nights. HI CUHEJTOHI L L 1-HHN APHII I -4 I 1 , 5 O 1 I 4-,f,f...-1-g-fvvxxf-N I i P- , I I ,Y 4' X , ,- ll 4 f 1 1 1' ' ' , 4Q A 2 jf 1 Iv- 39 if ii '7 , I A 3 MM, -..W To the tune of April showers, tive beautiful oquotic stors Michoele Gruttodurio, Dione Boiley, Lynda Perform. LoBeIIe, Leigh Ponky ond Sue Cochron strike o solute to the fifty stotes. SPRING ACTIVITIES 'I I7 wl- Girls Participate Basketball-Bottom Row-Allen, Melino, McMahon, Roberts, McDorman. Row 2- SWUUQSI, MCDOFHWCIFI, Slctgle, Lyon, Bird, Smith, Ostach, Champlin, Emmons. 'WW Softball-Allen, Roberts, Melino, Swangel, Slagle, McCarthy, Mc- Mahon, Smith, Vose, McDorman, Lyon, Murdy, Meyers, Burd, Ostach, Champlin, McDorman, Emmons, Burd, Synchronized Swimming Team-Bottom Row-Miss Peterson, Brookshire, Moen, Par- sons, Blagg, Fieger, Terry, Murdy, Meyers, Jamison, Higuera, Clark, Keller, Bailey, Gruturduria, Allen, Hutchinson, Davidson, Burd, Seymour, Smith, Hanks. Row 2- Miller, Panky, Handy, Swanson, Walkers, Kelly, Bosking, Niebuhr, Shomaker, MacRae Harvey, Jones, Hull, Busch, LaBelle, Nichols, Chapel, Knox, Duckworth, Lankford Hall, Allen. I I V, i,,. , Pt le VA xix 0, R' briefs' Q'-7' lxrf' 0,9 me V044 TNUQ V2 QQ-lsr Vgsuoolgtvv .VU . lo Q60 pmol' 'PWS' Or Q, J Q' -X v F? Qt g ln G.A.A. Sports COUNCIL Bottom Row-McMahon, Vose, Slogle, Sterns, Smith, Slogle. Row 2--McDormon, Roberts, McFedters, Swongel, Lyon, Allen, Sweeting. is I Badminton-Julie McMc1hon explains to McDormcm, Melino, McDor- " V man, Allen, SWGHQSI, l-YOU, Slongle, Vose, Roberts, and Emmons. , ja' ll 5 1 -el: XR fl in f' '- we- f lp R P fl . R A ig he 1 -' .iff ' , , N. ' M 3 ., r 3 'sv 4 9 v W., ' I A, , 1 1 -,lo H ' ' X gil H ' X Q 3 C' -4 f o ' 'i- f lf rw ' 'srl f" xi, x 'Y 7 x , ' W 3 ,V W ff' , f , 3 'C' , J H L W ,. ? a t l My 7 Z , ' 1 Q 3 If is ,I , 5, 9, fb X , 5 W., , ,, , I Q S I M I, " , - A - fl 4- f -..,,,.g,, was , 'A ' 'i A maxi' , M S X ' 1, - R ,ff M, A, 'sslr 2 fm Golf teom members proctice throughout the yeor to perfect thot oll-importont COMPETlTlVE SWIMMING TEAM-Preparing to plunge-Slinker, Perecuu, Burd, Carol, Coordination- Morris Meyers, Reece, Schnider, McMahon, Potty Tucker, Connie Tucker, Vose. Ei l ff s M M rrrf f,,,,, , ,.-. 'CWA' W 1141513 ., V' ,f A. v ll Z ' , is if ' e l ea. ' ms " QQ! nu rm ,s fe 'QA svnmo Actrvltles 119 . ADVISORY BOARD Bottom Row-Zucker, Mc- Coy, Mack, Fieger, Holle, Hogan, Chitwood, Blagg, Davidson, Vincent, Finger- hut. Row 2-Cook, Feder, Amers, Miller, Cook, Mantsch, Perry, Kelley, Bird, Parsell, Martin, Blough, Finger, Kelley. Girls' League Committees Coordinate Femme Activities COMMITTEE MEMBERS Bottom Row-Parsons, Lewis, Watt, Zucker, Hed- rick, Blagg, Holle, Melt- zer, Alloway, Parsons, Watkins. Row 2--Lamb, Reece, Thrall, Hadenbeck, Treosti, Bruce, Stoner, Roberts, Frazier, Ward, Veigl, Bates, Tucker. Row 3-Jones, McCoy, Gam- mon, Huffmire, Deter, Blough, Schneider, Bro- kaw, Perry, Metzgar, Cook, Hulette. SPRING ACTIVITIES OFFICERS l. to r.-Kitty McCoy lTreas.I, Bonnie Fieger lCorres. Sec.l, Ellen I-lolle IV. Pres.l, Sandy Hogan lSpring Pres.l, Katie Mack lRec. Sec.I, Jeri Clwitwood lFaIl Pres.l, Connie Blagg IV. Pres.I, Linda Davidson lCorres. Sec.l, Nancy Vin- cent lTreas.l. . ..,, , . . .-. , , vm 1 W...-.f ,... ,. ...M ...... -4- T ' will I - .. Q ' ' t I l - ".X if . ,I i-1 y,- Ef- 1 . if of , A! .. 4 . f-.,,,-F .v . is -if f .4 JR. CLASS OFFICERS: Christopher, Vice Pres., Lease, Sec., Young, Pres., Klein, Sec.: Stark, Vice Pres. Not pictured: Montgomery, Pres. JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL '?,7?5?mf1e"'5 i't"f15 ,. T0 PM Bottom Row--Stepman, Kaplan, Watt, Diehl, Polier, Lucas, Yamagata, Tenenbaum, Divisek, Zucker, Gray, Kelley. Row 2--Fischbein, Holton, Tilley, Mack, Rogers, Glad- stone, Klein, Stark, Jayes, Copeland, Finger, Cook, Pilgrim, Frazier. Row 3--Miss Huston, Lease, Arnold, Ward, Moberley, Roberts, Christopher, Gordon, Hendry, Van Dyk, DePage, Champlin, Vandemoortel, Sawtelle, Farkas, Halberg. Row 4-Mr. Ber- neker, Caskey, Metzgar, Malmquist, Kittilson, Kelley, Baichtal, Tackitt, Hunt, Messmore, .1 A i. .4 - . ,, V K Allan Abbott " 'S -V fi Marilyn Adams Alex Adare .-f': A W , 2. t . r. ! J p In fx A' f Fritz Ahern fsff Q 4 54 , Susan Airhardt Cozy Aldrich 4 5 . Margaret Allen JL M 5 .X , Peter Allen l ,I Ralph Allen X ' Rita Allen f ,Q if Marsha Allison X - , Joyce Anders ll K J Gary Anderson z Lynda Anderson ' Edward Armour l 1 .xii - , Barbara Arnett A "f x "' . if Jeff Arnold J -- N,,Q , V Kathy Arnold , K Sue Arnold l Tom Atkinson Rod Audriss 'lj' it 9:25 9 Jam Babb " of Joe Babb ,iq fi: 1 Ron Baichtel ' if A Sandra Bailey Ei Ronald Baird ' e 5 f' if Tex Baker ' V. V Lucy Balderas ,l', Q' ""' .av Tony Balsillie yr i Phil Barish J ' Look Forward To Mmm . Ronnie Barr Gina Barry A 'gf fs Q l ' ry -4' I ., ' 4j1,1iC3sZ,7 .,,. gyi ky ijf: fi . ,Z 1 V4 lr 5, f y J A Iwi ,Y .-., -I V silly, YI, X 7, , ,, ll' ' l'flifg': lkf' 4 1 ' L, 5- 'f-5 J g .-rj N 42 I 3 , ' Ronnie BOOH Stan Bodtke AI Bondesen Penny Bourke Lorene Bouton ' , James Bowman Dennis Bradley 2 , Chuck Braswell Kooki Brewer if A k Jim Brickley J f Judy Bridwell Cliff Brightman Ll Q Q ' Bonnie Brock .lim Broman Mike Brooks '47 if. we i Y ' Alan Brown Jeff Brown Diana Bruce Coming Senior Year ft. QW, , Barbara Baughman ' 3 17" ' 3 Roger Beard -I 7 f A Steven Beer V 'Q Virginia Behrmann , I W X . X l Sherry Bell 1, J N T, ggi 1 e g, A : ,N iv Bob Bender '. ' Y' , -1 I ii riiit ' . 'C J, A-A Gerald Benny wp, it H' t ,4 all ' P Jean Bergland 72 -t 'ii l ' q kfa J X 'L Kathy Berry r,,xfg5' , .,. V R 1 A Q X' 'i 1- Sfeplten Befft' I 3 l , C Nancy Betts , - L' A C ,K Carolyn Betz 0 ,. T ,,., , qi Sue Betz ,. 'Z 5, 1 4 Bill sewiey 4,4 122 JUNIORS Beverly Bird , . Ellen Blankenship A -qi 2 Y t 2 C Q ' J at i' A e J B J VV . XL V J ' l 3 :Q i f ' ' , J W lllllfmh . , J l, ,B 1 ca l , J 6- ' . r - V PX N' X ' Xl M -. X , 'V' "' "' l YN 'Z A L MaryJane Bryan Cynthia Bubar Q ln af Julie Bubar f - V ,1 .. V Jerry Buchanan l V - In V my V3 'Y Q Q ' V Tom Buckingham J - Marg Bultman f 1 I Don Bundy 1 X V ' , f - 3' f Gene Burg ' l ,lu ' in 'gli N 2 f.: Annette Burke Q, Sandra Burke Ji V , Sherill Burke Vf , Tom Burke t 1 ff' . , , J Dave Burn " Sue Burney VV 55 7 ' ' V Jim Bushman -A V l 'A' V, Lindo Butler 1 ll Lf Tom Butler VV ' l 4, 'V Marty Bygum " 'V, 'Z' V VY A Bob Calhoun " ' X V3 I " Soni Callies W ga David Campbell i ff ff , 5 Joe Camrin 5 if Ronnie Capps N I T V Glenn Carpenter exft' M , ' 554 ff? 'J' Sharon Carsons elf, ' M' ' Vi Bob Carteen MMM' f Doug CassidY rl Stan Castle f , 2 f' ' ff VI,,, Kay Champlin A V V Mary Ellen Chase ,I f V r V V ftf? l David Chenault John Chailcote Carole Chown Judy Christiansen ,W , f. f 5 42 4 I I ,wi ' f ,f V. .W V J, ,M ti 1 '.,V,,, 'rf'-4 y,,,.-,', , , , Yf J ref "J1,Vw'W.L Jw' , ,ji J f M 'twat J. " . f- ' " ' V, J it V V V1 J J-ft V 1 A 4 ,V , 44 N, ,JV W' VV , A, V4 .VVV.V,j M 9, V Q if Q ' f 4 af -if M., .VA 2 , y,i'V . l 1 ,, , V W 'f u, , f ' ff fx: mf, if el C1 J M - all ' - if I, 4 gf , "" V ' f .J H . VJUNIORS 'I23 Karen Christenson Sue Christopher Bob Clancey Pat Clark Wayne Clark Billie Jo Clegg Sue Cochran Miriam Cohen Sharon Colenso Rider Cooey Bob Cook Bob Cook Jonna Cook Nancy Cook Phil Cook Cherie Cooper Nancy Copeland Dena Corcoran Nfl' CT ' f -2 D- in L ' , - '. : N N is are J J J 1 , - 1 . c w- ft? J ff' f i 2' lfl Wr rg: V, mi 'C "J I . li J V P 1 4. f ' , f'.A:f.vh 1' , , ,1,, ,Q J , -91 -. wr. 3 ' -'ff' 4 1, , . if t J if 1 ll l l,M.,,' ff s., rifif, Q Wig l, -. fr . lf. ,BD 'J ' ' V.: I , ' ' 1 ' ' '1 7 h ' ' K United States History, Government And Theresa Cormier Alfred Corrasa Delores Costigan John Cottrell Barb Coultrup Robert Courdy Sonny Cousins Linda Covall Rosalind Cox Jim Coyle Judy Cross Karen Crush Joyce Culotta Joe Cuny Judy Curry Lorna Dale Judy Dallin Janice Daniels Carol Davidson Carol Davis 124 JUNIOR5 I '41 1 'TN' i X i"7f3i Ah 1 A is? I Q , X l , x "' J 1, Ar A X ' rfaaffl ef' , ,-.ggb Gig? N f ty if , 1? gf' ft. ff x rf' 'W ' swgxyggxqyssv. ' i r -11 if J-A If f vt 53 I' :F cb T o 'I' : '1 cn "I'l o 7 3 O o Q Q rn 0 -IH i r: E. o T uw 'I' i: 9: cn UI K .ig il .C fi -er . .a .1,t ,V fi X . - ly! ., ,.- if N-12' V' ' : Y ,. assig n fu Acglijae-s 3' ' x '- ,EX- f- : . , r ' . , Av H, A V I we 6 , ,. 1 'D er A F 'x ,W V . - vvd' J J! V . , ,i ' L- ,Q ' 3 alll tl . .. J. 5 .im 'I ceq- t 5 ll it A I i fy' f Cindy Davis Paul De Lucca Cindy Dennis Shanna DePage Sharon Dew Michele Diehl Richard Dickard David DiPrete Paula Dirks Jim Dittmer Karen Divisek Nancy Dobry Mariorie Dodge Joanna Dodwortl' Betti Dolim Dennis Donegan fi-n n', .us- ,-.. - J -w f QF f'1- J 'f X y 2 X xxx X XX NX it DQ EF aff., 3 Q 3 J-3-1 W N? if NSY fix 'J-wz'.1c - . X .,. , cc , N5 ! QA Saw c X c S if Q I Q C . ff- e" J .- X X ,ga X ,343 x l in s ,,, ,E Don Dorfeld W M + M' 'J 2 '- 'er' f V M, 4 "Z, ,I 41 if J Don Dortch , A, in 'V """" , ' Larry Dotson X , I I V W CV Richard Dougherty 4 . 3, 1 f wig , 15? 'ffg' ' 'W " ,W ,f . 1: ,' f 71 ,wcyfxg 9' ' ' C,w1f'z',f W A . Jessie Doughty ,' W wi ' f '53 ' ,W ,W ,Wg ' R D ll 'iw 1 2 ff f Q , Y 25 24 f' on U Y f f -if A Bob Duncan 5 , fa ,, H, Q J Q' , 2 f' , , Jeff Duncan N 555,341 ff ,,.., , l sl Helen Dundas 3 l ' "VW J , 1fm"aa ' I I li P 5' f 7 ' -J' ' "-'ill' rf, 17" A.- ,. W ' l K .fi-a?'I""f E,.:,,L, if ,, fi! A N! :H-f 23,1 , - f '- W' -' ' z if' , , f 1' ' - .V C, Pom Earl , if q if Q, , M . A 1- V .ff fi ,, ., 1 , -2 'V Joe Early , .2 A 7 lf" ' ,, ' , F W v f f I . 'CZ ' n 'A 2543 E' 'f ' Carolyn Eckoff Af' if ' 'H' 2 Q Dave Edmondson b Q ' . ' 2 ,, ' " l Gary Edwards F F' ,, ' i. if ' ' . fi' " n ' 'xi ,V .' Q , I Q! I John adwords es. Q . - 4 f '2 " , L47'f?f'cf7,f?5?, , "7 Ron Edwards I Q ,w 4? 6 ff' Q, ' "lf f' . 1, if' w fi, f- Sue Eller ' b E., H lt' " fffz Lola Ellothorpe AJ 1 I WL i 5, I My Enk Jw 2 9 if , 11' J . ' sf M fi , f:f5'P4f 9f?:, , ,y,, K r E ' k r-- ' , ' K , ' 4, ' , 9' , a en rnc sen . - , I , , , , . x . . 0 -n ' x Y Y ' ,WW f, Jim Erickson ,, 13 - o f Syd Erickson M' V 5' '99, ' ly - 'f'?'JiW5'77f52f. ' :ff Dave Esllck r 9 K ff '- 2. " Jan Espelin ' I I 17' . A, l ' A ,. ,.,, I - -, -F 5 mamma-, - W J 'Xe C1 . -- -on .R XX - ,i . Eff gf NL-yxKY'5 - JF' N. ' 19 ' if ,M J 2 ' , 35.3 - Qs rf- W r ,. " -W , " V , , Aj , f g -ff f ,Wu " , ww' To Dale Etheridge Y 'fm ..., if., Q, I - Jim Evans 1 H J 1 ik 5 V 5 ' Sue Ewancik 'A 'l""' " ' l " , ,. l 'f,, in '- f- N ' fr 7 f '3 Ellen Farkas lg ,I fo f '-F I Joyce Farlow V ! W -f uv 3' K, Linda Farrier If lim F' .fl Nelson Farris f' 1 -- '4 5 I 'mi .Z 1 I I ' A a rg CJ!! 4 A as ,, W ,' - ff- , Q, 7 E N Q A ,. - ,. ,V I R -, . . , y X, I-In , .3 Sandy Farris l W w W I Q, Karen Fehrmann 5 QU i ri aw . . 1 , s VNEEKZ, Q Claudia Fenwick Q A. K 7 4 ff 4 ' ff z . if ,fi ' A I . '52 Bruce Ferguson A .ff 'V , ,,- ,. .. ,.,. ' . ,. 'J ' -75511?i?? , E ' 'F H, Q , Z I 1: F -gf n 5 W Sue Ferraris r ' V: Bonnie Feur 4 1' y f ' K Ron Finch ASM-fa W'xll 5 3122 " . H - :rdf 1..u'm.1 f 'f fff fl f 1: Lynn Fmer , M W - fu lfil- , M . wf fggygf' , "T,jffi?'ji'vpVQ, " Q V, l I I ' Nancy Finger I Mara. I ' uyatj- I ' Arlene Fingerhut - l, 1 ' , Roland Funk ' V , Bob My if F 'rM"f 6' X4 ,- -s .QS V 1 5 J 4 rg. .. , 1 . .li ,. E , X Q gf " . : QM 1 ,T ,X 'mf' ffm g ,, " ': w - , if '3 i " N-if if ' 3 ' gi' Y V3 X ' ' xv S.. 2 .. V Y 'few fs we A T m-,,,,, L.yj i 'lg A 3 e gs , , ,, ..,., . .,.,f , .. ,. ,.. f 2? lj ' ' 1 .. ,Ag V yy ' f 'F 275151 f-IA f f ff ,ff WTB s X5 My 2, I ff. , , W 2. 23 ..- I f ,,, A V .. , me T T M .i,,,, it ,,.., , y ,nf My T L, ,V 6 ,,,, VM V I, ,N X if X f f iw.: My - I 1 , , f 'fl M ' ,s ,lx M: Nj l ' if J, ,fa 3. Q ,4,, Q., i W ' -40, 126 JUNIORS 3 .,,f V 53 if A "iff ' n , , V , ,f , T, ,F X A A' 1 if 'eg wif ,f V ls x ' 'ffm' 1.7 ,-My ,y A? 7, .A l v i ,. I ,Qwl Vi i M. l '- Ta ,Q- , V5 M' ",' ' . A QV X 1, Q12 ,, M -' - 7' ll 4 W 3 A: ., Q, , , 'T-I , iii f r X35 74 , Y T if if f? l 'F K' ' Qi Lzffflfl. ' - I , if fn Z: L21 P , ,J .Lx gig., N 1 Q J- H 'X 1, I Gary Gibson Kaye Gilbert Bill Gilestrap Darrell Girard Marianne Gladstone Lauralee Glascott Joan Glasier Barry Goldenberg Bobbi Goldenberg Kyleen Gordon Bill Graham Connie Grant Donna Grater Nancy Graves Sue Gray Charlotte Green Gary Green Terry Green i'iQLlLJ.f , gi x ,gi K V ' 1.76 Greg Gregory Terry Grogan Mel Hadland Barb Halberg Tom Haley Chris Hall Taffy Hall Susie Hall John Halzfr -"-' A f Renee Hcrfzifirr 'T " CIIISC rlnnefn Jim Firth Susan Fischbein Karen Fischman Wayne Fitzer Pat Fitzsimmons Steve Flock Bill Foster Tom Foster Larry Fox Barbara Francus Terry Frank Jan Franks Sherry Frazier Bob Frederick Carolyn Freeman Tom Frey Werner Frey Chris Fryer Ellen Gabor Richard Gadd Rene Gagne Ramon Galaz Tom Gale Michelle Gammon Richard Gardner Tom Gardner Diane George Ralph George Jerri Germer K 1.9 X'-Qzsi' sl . ,--s. ,Q .- ,N s X 'X , X :Qu Emi, S .Q 4 6 so SX Lf' 1 B is QNX YM g r 53, ri, W 6 :,.-CW.. L .E Mark Hampton V ' f 11th Grade Hosts PQ' HWY s A ' Milo Hansen A , S . ' ' K e eniors At Traditional mi 1 Bill Harden Mike Hardman n YW., P f I D M W2 Bob Harder l i Carolyn Hart ,A Gerald Harper ' E . H, Deanne Harris 1 Jim Harrington ff Cheri Host ew Bill Harvey P 3 f Judy Harvey ' ' , 4 11' Q ' Ms" Lindo Harvey ' 64' ' ' ff Ron Harvey 'J,j'i , , ' ,Jia . Q57 ' H Jan Hay ,gi ' Nw r .loan Hayes - i l ' WV? Sandi Hayes In Q, MN l Curtis Hawkins 5 A F L Bob Harral .. ' I ,I Tom Hazard 'fl Auf' x Y l Ken Hood 4 5,2 9 5 Larry Heaston Harold Hedrick 1 9. 1 ,, 5 5 Cl Y Carlo Hermerson " u ' i , " ' I 'B 4 Sandy Hein W 7 3 f -' ' I , Q ' Connie Heinemann " V 'J' . 'W "v June Henderson A , X Sue Hendry Q QE l B ' Z 1, lg ' I Bill Hensel Kg ? I ly., Maryann Hensel My Hmev e"ife 2! ,.',l.'lalQ75flill4il lsr g gs., 1 my N :N Y , -Q 0 Larry Herb Shirley Herman Q li George Hesch l Q ' ff" f f X f fi, A 1 1 'M fi f ,, , "i'1 1 I ,f" f 'C is 2 iz WH, 'ff .Q 'ily 'V " ',. ,il if ' 1 x 15? f 'wi , AM ,.,,: aaa.,- rs KP I 'fli- in , M ,Y ! 1 H ,. , W. y. , If W fKg"?,7iv gf? if, Q I ,.,. ' N ffl 35 'ry 1' r JUNIORS I 27 ees-.s:-gs 1' A-my 11 , , 9:--gh' f' '?"' H 13 .1J'3'v r - ff-11 -' - ew 1. ' fiffiifii' 2 ' is-Qliifi3f,' 1:-' W2 f 11 1 , - V- AX. fm. , fu 1 ,ai , gi, ,NX n,ii',f, XX :slim iff lt' N :XX ,XX J i , he 1 XXX XXXXX XX X i ir ,, , gb , ll LLQJ,-' Brad Jackman Jack Jakubik Lee Jamison Richard Janeczko Delores Jenkins Gary Johnson Jack Johnson Jeneane Johnson Karen Johnson Shirley Johnson Tom Johnson Frances Jolley Clayton Jones Frances Jones Linda Jones Karen Jumper Kenneth Kabler Bill Kandler Arline Kaplan Melanie Karr Bonnie Kash Marc Kashinsky David Keith Frank Kelly John Kelly Sandy Kelly Glen Kennedy Verna Kerr Ron Kersey Donna Kessinger 128 JUNIORS i 1 , li ?iN E ill' l F l JI ll 5'1ll1'f.N ' l ,Mis ' N IT' ' , rig , V 'l?ljX', -. ., X:':X , li' , Wll X 1" XI X Xl 1 1 l ,fag it ' Q , 'ii1F,l 'f l-M '.,.-.Y l fi! 3 l ff l :I I1',:'.'X' jill my ' , V i mil l - it 'lf' , ,ggtwl 'li i ,eff 1 i li l -H'i1fii,'1:,f'.1:,4'11i iw mfr lil? it lsllllllllflilll l i llllfl 1,3 XlX,,XXEiX ,l l Y X. YI ill , . 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V,l""' I Il fi 'K g ze' i' , Al Emerge Moore League Victors Phil Snyder ,, Q i l L X- ' lf, V x i 2 ifii.-iw +- , , A - M xbvb s r e .lim Wenger CF The Rams' Varsity combined team effort to emerge as Moore League Champions brought home the first Varsity maior sport title in the school's history. The slamming season opened with the non-league victories over k mg, Artesia, 5-2, and Santa Barbara, 14-4. ' 'i"' ,," As if a homing pigeon, the Millikan Varsity baseball team unerringly .H circled the diamond to bag victories over Wilson, l3-l l, Lakewood, 7-4, 7 'gill and Jordan, 3-O, in Moore League tussles. Underrated Millikan skillfully ws? at rambled to a 7-7 tie with the defending Poly champs to clear the first lap y,,- ll i f toward league championship. i't-Fr" Q '6NWWiiMt'SQw:- 'v Paul Milovich P Wayne Clark C Herb Bodnar LF , ,,,, if il ,l, Eric Houtz X A 4 'lr fl f f f ' r lr 7 is J, ' do L I I .ff ' 0 3rd , 'qv du ' ' ii V 'slim' A rlll A ,,,, I if 4, I 4' I ' ,,, ,,,,,,,. it , ii it . My fr y 11 3 Sw f ffffkjifff MK Ky? 7, J f af 5 ' as wh-f-'rf-f-vga 9" 'S' 7? ,M 139 .W J 5 v 1 ,A Z, q 5 5 !!hf v V K Q f H y f , ..-W-f?frWf"r'4' 'f f V . , " " ' ' Q, ' 1? 'W ':s.,-3' ' 1.131 ' , A' - . , , ,AH -A i 'Tim' ' ,W W wk, 1 g-.7 , f., ,f 'H' ,,A,,'5e1,m l "W ' - -- -A. f N ' H325 ' 3Wwf,+'7- ' W"ff'f'Wf,,x.'?'4r'f' ' ' f ' I W',fZff' ' ' if ,, V, ffm" ly ' V , ' ' - ' ' ff- f 1 f ' an f ' . . ' , - Q..-4 ,H f , 1 --A ' , ,.,-g-, . ' ,, . M ,, 'f ri,.,,u,f ,:! ff f,wL,,+,,,.' ,,.s , I V."-ly -'fn H -.L s:?":i-,-,fm mr fgg-fs ' ' ,Lyn Z l ' .V 2: ss - :- f . f ami ,f' ,'f,vft A f , .fi ' A . 1- ' ' .. ,s ,r -M. , f , Z lf - V - J f - Nm N -T.: , if L,,,,v , I . Q, 1 A -v - V jg. -M-f ...,, .,W ,.,,,,,,, f-,n r-,.p,,.,,.W,.m, , VL , 1 V g H .f.,,,, ,, , , .4 . , I ,xg ,, . y.Y2,,,,,.g-, :.,.' -.il L .-. 4 3- -f , ,,- 511- fn,-:if ff..-1, L ,ff V "fu f ' If -'- ...sf - A .. . Mawr' ', L i' 'if I" f wk: ff., -1- fo, f4.,f,-,,,,-.i- V f " ' V" -Mn' , .f V , -, , H, , .V - ' ss i:ii1,l.f-"L'.:,, wlH1.:,ii.a35. f','.,f'L::,1fff'-L-,' . l ,',..4,', :,g,. A A N. -'s X A """N sf :. ' V . , - , cmwgff--i, 1 . , l . , , - f -,V f ,, ' W L Lf-X A 4 MQ no ..Qm:,,lfl,iu..L.cf2, ' ' , , ' ' ' ' ' W' ' 'L ' ' ' " L ' ' if-172-1 Rif- Numerous Wins Boost Varsity Standing :A -g no . 5 2 if 6 . y in 6- .lifwi ':f, , 'sam f A8722 .J 2 f. ,,w., to Z 3 140 Elwyn Bowker lleftl readies for pitch in one of victorious Millikan battles. Great skill was demonstrated by the var- sity members this year. Gary Brown led the team with an exceptional .545 percentage during 44 times at bat in the first half of the league season. Moore League teams with sad spirits were the aftermath of Millikan's varsity baseball group. Under Coach Bob Myers, the team en- joyed the finest season in this school's history. J Typical varsity member lrightl slams one of numerous hits made during an exciting season. SPRING SPORTS ,mf .. ,f,wff.,.,,aZy I 'f' X 14 4' s We f A w X , , 1 rw 'Q vw' iffy. Aff. ,M 34, rw mivgwugw T-5' First baseman, Gary Brown, is shown before tagging out Poly player in first bout between the teams. Game ended in a 7-7 tie. N " I 1 1 - l '27 fat.. ,di 2 VH, A .ZW Af I 4 ' 'e .1 at it 4 J . - f. ,, , ... , '5"z5Q6f25'451'Qff9Q IW , nh .I N, Y. . ff- if 'W fhve wk. g A "" L ,.. 5 B A 4, .. ' '--5-,1..f . , .-. :rs .n ' 411'-' . ... -,A , Q . .rm ,i-IQ., 2-'W B . s - 'Q V i I, 5 ,L K, ---T . , ' 'Q f W , , ...A , g' .V , V, , ,- - x A- . ...fu we . if if "ie f :MV7 lll' Y , L H - 'ash s 4 ...X 1 F .1 ' N117 . .N .- V+-eggs.. ' ' ' , . f i s -J", at ' ri. 7 t N A ' ,.,giw.,f - . , . .un 1, - 1 A X . 1, ., - ..,.., ' .- V' " 5 - ..u..S',- M ,-. . l . ai, avenge- at if ff ww sir SEASON RUN-DOWN Milliken O ,..,,.,, ,,,,A,,,.,,4,,,,,.,,,,A,,,,.,,..,4,,.,.-,,,,,,,..,4,,- ,.,,.,,. W i l50n Milliken l ,...... Lekewood Milliken 5 .....,. ,lorden Milliken 9 ....,.. Poly Milliken 4 Wilson Milliken 7 Lekewood Millikenl3 Jorden Milliken 6 Poly 1 This yeer, e feirly good besebell seeson wes enioyed by Coech Berneker's Junior Versity teem. Eight of eleven non-leegue gemes were won by this tenecious group. The leegue meets were pleyed in similer feshion, not quite winning ell. Teem co-operetion proved outstending with these future versity rookies. Yi ff ff Wfff""""'ww V V' ,V f ' '4 4 Ni? mf" f , r M f Q '1 5 f ' vm f , M A In I V,V,, , ,XM .fy , , ,6,, , f 4 V fx. Y I V. f, f ms, .1 , 'f.. f ., -W wife Q, ,, - ,fr 'Aff 'iw 'May Qriyf, bf , ,ry 3, pf, ,I Mf3,V,f" Wu ' fi g "Qi " 'WZ " X 442+ 7 , Joe Price improves pitching form during rigorous prectice session. Steunch .l.V. Victories Promise Future Success . A ,Z 2 2 Bottom Row-Cooey, Shinn, Price, McGrady, Welden, Hiett, Frey, Stockholm, Gerri- son. Row 2-Weston lMgr.l, Gorden, Misener, Stucker, Theyer, Long, Keel, Linck, Simmons lMgr.l, Coech Berneker. SPRING SPORTS 141 , 4 M f Adept Gymnasts Exercise Powerful Talents Bottom Row-Jones, Clark, Stoller lCapl.l, Bender, Mehlmauer, McClellan. Row 2- Donegan, Maclntyre, Phillips, Pectol, Grogan, Higuera, Coach Dooley. Millikan Millikan Millikan Millikan MOORE LEAGUE RUN-DOWN 86 85 ,, ...,., 82 Lakewood Poly Jordan Wilson Difficult handstand is executed by Gary McKenzie lleftl on high bar. Dennis Donegan performs a sinuose exercise on the rings. . ,we Millikan's gymnastics team was in the rebuilding process this year with only two seniors on the squad. The outstanding per- former was Captain Jim Stotler, who broke the school record and ascended to top position in the Moore League with his 20 twenty- foot rope climb in 4.l seconds. Dennis Donegan and Mike Phillips placed high in the league finals and are expected to be mainstays as seniors. Their events were the rings and long horse, respectively. The highlight of this year's gymnastic troop was the outstand- ing performances by a few individuals. The team placed fourth in the league finals, although it showed steady improvement through- out the dual meet season. Top-notch gymnast, Eddie Higuera, achieves recogni- tion on parallel bars with equally elaborate stunts. Mike Phillips scores high on long horse at C.l.F. prelimi- naries. ,Q,, , Potent Varsity Nabs Second Place Great varsity runner, Don Shaw, shows winning stride which helped team through victorious season. ,fl if A l , l .HMV Q , V-N P- f c X - Q5 5 ,Q .Mi ' ,lj , 4, 1 3 Wi V 'B I i , si i ff g P nl 2 . Q , . :fi Q , ' ' ., 'f' ' .V,kV Y I W, fi Q x , , .v 4 'lf Q c Ame Y 4 , f K nf . I X ,Q A , ff ,, 1. N1 4 , v 'Mx N. , My 4 , 1 fx? , f 4 , 4' f 1 , y e M f f W4 f I 'cf 93" 1- 4 fs I W ,l , f , I I ,x Y ,s J, 4 V' ww fwlfjlffkff' ,ff , rf f M ,W fs, in an WM ,W f t , ' Vx' K, is V K un' ' I ' ' . l 75? X l L, 7' ' gig? Z ,Sm SQ? ,qw ia z l v l l x ,, Q ni- Q . ,- 'f,.,-,-wt' .f f-3 - l ,, jtlztft:-:-1, -2Ml,...,"'f.K2.W 'f',m"'?',5"': ., ' EMP' "'fgQEfW"0l it Q I n K ' i 'gk ! ' ' sis: x L ,oso s - W-'txikzt-X-r 'Q if . V' li W, Q . Agxlr gs V ' A in .A 1' . W "'91'4'2':5:" - ,faux-f.,ysugs,gb?ff, ,s4,m.y yq.3kg,",'vr:',,y-M1?"W 4. f , 4 A gy. r f -M ' :sfwe,,,-.f'e.,.,.:sw:-f,,,.,,,, Q A Q, . 'f gf- i is MQW , ' 'eg ' . ' ""'c:If-.,fk,5,fL1:gr.cj1-,,f'wgp1g,,.fgA23fi1iL,,,, Vg- . kiwi- .'iL,,5'H, K ' ,, 1-,ff A Z i-,- Q., 4. -'f s .,1..W ,5 ,. .:,,,. 4' ,, XY.-1 .. ,M - 'Q A 've K" ...-'51 , it-9 - V AR. ,V .. 'ff ii 2 fw:"ifi3f,rr-,gfffwar-,ggzsmg-,.-'Wa "' -N ' - .4 49, vw , , V , ' uw if , r,.53mA'ivfm,,,.. -fcqgy-if ,' . .. ' , - ,. 7 i" 'l5ff -rt'-f4f':z,?: fe "W -:mg?"W'?'- - We N gfaqf' -fr, I 1 , 1 4 fee?-ifff-fi-fe,mi5z,g?f."?!TY: ,, .s,w,sg,sts.s45i?s,s f??1f'5:lvmf"i .., ...wA, if l'19e1, Q D' Bottom Row-Erickson, Montgomery, Meyer, Palmer Parsons Thomp son, Shaw, Owens, Wood, Carey, Oram, Gilstrap, Berger, Lundberg. Row 2-Head, Pearson, Scherer, O'Bryan, Beckley, Orcutt, Patrick, Dawson, Mansfield, Barnard, Kidder, Weber, Lopez, Huddleston Erickson lleftl is the motivating force. Y 3 4 A 5 l , ,, 5' ,X r,,,,,,., 5 liby . l The heavy put sails for when husky Jim B P ,gg J. ft ff 1, . - - . ' 'li 1 1, 1 ,Jul , +L., I sm? K td fr, , f i time 'unify I Rfb' i. V ,,,,, , ,f'f"ffZ,W"' v4w , , , B ,, M ' s I 'W' ' . M , Wm, g ,ggn -H .IW I 5 X or M The hurdles are conquered with B ' 'M' ' yr' - - - " ' " 4 W "" r's' if-1' ,WMM ,'.,i ,,., .,: . 1-9, ' ease by Bill Patrick, Craig Weber, uuyv , ' , .xxx ig, "l' and Dave Rodsater. Such players i - ' X.,.,,,,w,,,,. formed backbone of the triumphant L, , , A -A .- -,lQ - if-f team. ,, riv- M i 7 P AF Q , A gy 1 . is K . ,Li fe f - 144 SPRING SPORTS . E - "H 'W' r ., ' wir' ' .. , , ,K 3 9 ff-. ,cg-gg ggfg ,H ga sEAsoN RUN-Down vARsirY TRACK Millikan 78 26 Millikan 64 40 Mamkqn 84 20 Millikan 55 49 Milliken 75 29 Millikan 85 19 Millikan 29 75 Torrance Wilson Downey Excelsior Lakewood Jordan Poly WON - 6 LOST - l me ' .A 5 5 9 is i f-ciw.,W I . ' i PIA . ' g. ' S r 'i I I ,Ai wa-I 3 wi , ,L I.. .U . 'gywwwfo , 5 .. 5, .4e.,1'g.,,.r-S..-5. . .,, , 'Q ,flfl Q 'jr en?-.win ggi' ,-. I -Q Y ' -, -. ,L A ' W' ' 5 ,zz '??"Q-wNf:'5Lt'f,g..' ,3'fiVf" H fdwf ' f , , 5 -. M . ., ' V .pw-is' ,, 'P 5 . if A'-P'-F 5 ,j u' ,gy ,uv . sry , , 'mf ,,,, f,,a.:.vl.,'fP rf ifwi 4, K ,w-,,,'ig,l,,vf , MM. . Aff ""i4u":lf',',i9 1' il f .,,c-:F-fr' , wg .'74.p,z 'Vu.m,', iky',Q'Hqg,,f'ix- fx' ,ff v .L-Lael-,4 ,A ,du 1.75 qgx?..3xq .Ji 1 an 4-JW ,if"".' v.. 1' f-Mini Eldred, Talsky, Clarke. Row 3-Coach Glover, Neal, Hite, Miller, Long, Baker, Laffoon, Tidwell, Dorrans, Orcutt, Cottrell, Bewley, Fohring, Jakubik, Klinger, Milton, Kennish lMgr.l, Coach Harris. "' .1-, 'f Varsity kingpin, senior Ron Clark lbelowl, displayed smooth motion again this year as he shattered school, league, and prep records in distance runs. ,,.. , , , 45 ' " f Ms N y 'MMWMW jjj D ' ' Y, """W--W W" - 5: j ., .,:5J,, '3f,,,,,'f",'yg1 W ff , iw Wviwrv' .fy s...,...,. , 5 it ' ' IKQZY ff' l 4 if Er vii H '55 5 ff --1212 'ff , "" '- 5' E' ...., , .. .,.,. 5, A ,,: is , i . , iffffyf, , ' -fr - "S ,',,..lQ f " , f ,m 12 ,,.f V I - . .s - ,. A 4 , . 1. f M --- V ' "' . N, " ' ' , iffy? 'V , .... ,, az. .- -:". f s I I 5 - ,. 3 " - "- eff ' ..- . " f"p.Lm'f -F ,,,..,, ,W . , I ' ff ,. V 1- .5, s v ,,f,,w, '-'f W., ' fig f , ,V is , 5 ' ,L mL we xi 1 , if -It-'I 1 The high and low hurdles were cleared by Millikan's decathlon leader, Dennis Milton lrightl, as he swept over present' standings, placing second in C.l.F. preliminaries. Millikan's star-studded track team stepped into second place in the Moore League spotlight, being undefeated until the final meet with Poly. Records were broken throughout the track season to place the varsity team among the Southland's best. Prospective star varsity shot-putters, Jack Palmer, Steve Pearson, and Bill Bewley, observe John Oehler's winning technique. ' J if , Mtg' 1 f 'gg ,-' , ,, ,' , T X - 1 4 I I i fi l I -V l l , ' , -4 , , V' f v,f.w , lv ' , . ', ' 1 fi , iw 1' , it . . 3 ,,,,,,, ,-f,. Q,,- T -,,,,,-., 1 -,, ..., , ,. ..,,.., .,:, . JV ,,,.. gwA.,N,wm4W -3 P X X-X X . we ,- f I ffm ,J W , A ' w W ,bf V- , , .ww nf VM. . , ,Q 'M -f ff "VW -I .ff 'ly' . W. J A .4 '-wfgwvff' ", , "I ta- iffy V- M "r f L: f 1 W A,-,,'g::1f,,,4 .'.,,. A , A., H 1-.pf-,y g,.-V N f g,, fb 1, , V ,QQ ' V V. .f ' ' '- f M,-T, in ,if-L.,::'z,,:' .tif 11' . ..,,, ,. A ' 1 M, 5' ,"'ff'Lt.',,g 5, '12 . fe f f a t wtf, f 'fr 1, ' 'ii W ', ', "'iW3'tgs,,.,.,f, ,, W '.., ,,,, xv if f., www, 1-T .Mfr .,4,i.ys,,m-mfL:f-+fa?5..' i T -Q ff' fffff h, N1 V ,L ft,. 1 A -I-wsumv 4 L V W..s,,,,,,m V .A 7 4 9 5 " "' . . ,lf , i 'T' 4' X ' -A-.c X ""'NaY ...NLE 7" Dick Miller, Bill Hite, and Jack Tucker sprint one of the many daily limloering laps. if 4 434, , Others are left behind as top sophomore spikers, Gary Cummings and Phil Carey, streak around the Millikan track. My 't'i 'L' i' r, Varsity Spikers Show Amazing Prowess M ,,,,.,,, fwgwf I I 2 l l l V f f s '45 T' Q ' F-A""'lf 1 ,g,,sf.2. 44- -a.:,,, , , 4 'Ea ' an J r i f 32 rw L x X , P :fn . The Rams' Varsity group includes relay run- , ners, Jack Talsky, Jack Dawson, Neil Meyer, and L5 " fn ' . , i ' , Dick Huddleston. - , b , , . ' 5 fsigiblj Q 1 i 2 9 J l i ,f sbuy - - i "H ' 5 ,- uf fi' an l ,A w ' 'VV- V X ' ,, P V iff! J y X 'L 3 Fig ' fy' 'l 1, X D I L -I , . - 1 A , ' - 3. A , fl' ' , - A 'A , rrff i i ., - , --M ' ' . M ' . "n" 7 " ' 5, 1 ' X V av N "" 2"ff V, 2 , . ,.i, Q. Leading varsity broad-jumper, Ralph Owens, strains for height and distance in his leap. 46 SPRING SPORTS X, - -1 I 'M' li A R 6 it Mx M15 i M B -P -Lea ..-234. gt 4 J' ,, f ,, Q . ,fx - X. ,. sf , , '1- 'Mm I, f ,,- ,,- YA. , 3 , 5 C , Af"-'za'-.---"fu, , I, f 5-xg-W, ' - 'e,,,s Q. 5 i.,.p4 ,Xi -Q 7' . . ...s T! ,.- .-... ,, - ,Af x ., - ,K - -. -.- .. :M 'Q' Q me ... . . V . A . . - -, ,,. k x. ., - 1 Q ,----r - . ., 4 - . , s 1 . Q ,..x, ix. V Bottom Row-George, Robinson, Bill, Horn, Malecki, Mcllonie, Brightman, Onstott, Hennessy, Amsberry. Row 2-Burke, Wise, Perry, Farris, Cuny, Deaderick, Harmond, Tucker, Green, Smith. Row 3-Coach Glover, Palmer, Patton, Spencer, Lindo, Guy, Rodsater, Catlin, Nuzum, Knopp, Coach Harris. B and C Cvalmen Round Out Full Season B TRACK Millikan 56 ,.,..,.,, .,...., ,,,,,...,......,,,,.,,, 3 9 Millikan 6l ......... ...,. , H33 Millikan 69 ,...,,.A,. cii... t 26 Millikan 48 .....,.,, .HW47 Millikan 76 ..,...,,,, ..,, l 9 Millikan 60 ,.... c M35 Millikan 39 ,,.,..... 56 Coaches Glover and Harris' B track team proved similar to the varsity, winning all meets but losing the last to Poly. The C team, however, sut- fered an opposite season, losing all but two. C TRACK Torrance Millikan T,..,..,A....,,,..,.,............. 24 Torrance Downey Millikan 50 Downey Excelsior Millikan 57 Excelsior Wilson Millikan 57 Wilson Lakewood Millikan 43 Lakewood Jordan Millikan 27 Jordan Poly Millikan 55 Poly ist , Q H 7 ' if 1 bfi Q- WW "7TSff'2f 1 ,- T H he r9fr.ms,,i,,ff.Mrztests, imEi,s.,iff.ti. f life? ""X VIP Bottom Row-Galez, Watson, Johnson, Becker, Meier, Horton, Row 2 -Coach Glover, Eckel, Burg, Cummings, Jensen, Clarke, Meyer, Coach Harris. SPRING SPORTS 147 Bottom Row-Suits, Rives, Goldenberg, Reece, Balsillie, Peppler, Johnson. Row 2-Harvey, Duncan, McLaughlin, Mason, Allen, Gagne, Sanders. A new adventure in swimming was enioyed this year as each team smashed its own school record. The varsity group included sophomore Bob Duncan as kingpin, who placed in the C.l.F. finals with top-notch Bill Hensel, also varsity. The B and C teams broke virtually all school records to make this a worthwhile season. VARSITY Millikan 26 ..............,.,,......,............,. 46 Jordan Millikan l 2 ..l.....i. ...,,,.. 6 5 Wilson Millikan 42 .......... ..,..... 3 4 Lakewood Millikan l4 .....,.... ........ 6 2 Poly I SPRING SPORTS -1 B SWIMMERS Millikan 28 ..,.,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49 Jordan Millikan 35 ,....,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,, 4 O Wilson Millikan 35 .,,,..,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 1 Lakewood Millikan 37 ........... ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 O Poly Bottom Row-Woish, Puckett, Hensel, Swets, Kelly. Row 2-Phillips, Hammond, Dizney, Eg- ner, Herb, Haines lMgr.l. Swimmers Plunge Varsity freestylers, Paul Woish, Bill Hensel, Dale Egner, Frank Kelly, and Bob Puckett form victorious V C SWIMMERS Milliken 48 ............A.....A.. ll Jordon AAHHkGn 18 ,4,,A,,,,,,,,AAA,,,,, 41 VVH5On ,.,.,,,,4 ..,,AAv,,,w 3 4 Lgkewood Millakcn 4 ... ..A ., ..,. ,. 5 5 Poly Bottom Row-Hocker, Robinson, Rozner, Goldsworthy Hutton Robonzo. Row 2-Boiley, Fenberg, Witscher, Clork Garrett i' To Record Times Medley C reloy group, Mike Clork, Rickey Fenberg, Bill Witscher, ond Steve Roznor show unity which shottered x ,,,. Bob Suits, Crciig Johnson, ond Tom Son ders embork on the bockstroke in B swim FGC6. swimming records. , ll FE vmi2'1k'i I 2 MW1 -,M hem.. ' Coach Montgomery's Varsity tennis team rolled over Artesia, 33-4, Warren, 22-8, and Santa Fe, l7-ll, in non-league meets. The team entered the Moore League with high hopes, but found some defeats. However, the tenacious group provided Millikan with an exciting tennis season. SEASON RUN-DOWN VARSITY Millikan Wilson Millikan Lakewood Millikan Jordan Millikan Poly Millikan Wilson Millikan Lakewood Millikan Jordan First string varsity champ, Chet Skibinski, per- forms mighty swing which befuddled his opponents. Netters Serve Fair Course Q w , at 1 9,32 .4 4 n Q T ' rm ' Q-f. T S 5' fa ' , . ,Y ,lp W 7 :fy -2 T Q n ff A fum. ew ' Qwgewvfkf' ,LM ew r S' """' .... Henderson, Skibinski, Kingston, Gilbert, Miller, Gilmore Nicks Kelly Plott Meltcher Kawaichi, Coach Montgomery. 150 SPRING SPORTS A 'A 15 ,nd The Junior Varsity tennis team began the meet season with a loss to Warren, 15-16, tie with Santa Fe, 8-8, and victories over Bell Gardens, 6-3, and Excelsior, 8-3. ln the tor a loss to the group. Moore League rounds, the J.V. team emerged undefeated but Jordan. Team sportsmanship provided a good season for SEASON RUN-DOWN JuN1oR VARSITY ' Millikon Millikon 18 s,.,.ss, Millikon Millikon Millikon Millikon Millikon ,',...,:f:::'-' ,,1 ' w.IIff'w.g4,.4.Q'""" 1 ' " 21 ...ss 7 ...ssss. 17 ....,,s 18 ..s.sss, 15 ,,,ss,,. 17 .,s,,... l Wilson 4- T7 Lakewood Jordan Poly Wilson ' 1 1 4 ...c.,.17 5 1 4 Q 7 Lakewood -' Jordan 1 s,,, 15 , -lil... .J-I., Van Liew, Wynants, W ll H I Montgomery. e s, apin, Mari, Osborne, Long, Coach :ffl B-01' -fwfrfj, , 1 I 4 ' 'lfvfzffz WW -f f nw ' H , A H , . 1 +14 ,I U vf ,.g.g..,.,,,,,.2IZZ1153227 Wfsffnmyyi .. . 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"WMM I , W fb ,M f "-!l1u,,2!gHll 5 lg-gl H I f 25457, ' 3 of f ' L, "' -Abjng '51, gllyqmlgghgle ,...,..,..-.- Til r ,,. : f Q 4 1,551 Y Q ,T p. 4. 4 Q3 5 Coach Heddy, Ernst, Omel, Hollister, Trecy, Sousa, Noel, Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken 152 SPRING SPORTS SEASON RUN-DOWN Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken Milliken 2fffffffffQfffffffff VARSITY 24 3I IO 22 I3 29 34 Swinging Golfers Show Drive The Rems' golf teems were not et their best, losing the mejority of meets. They were represented by eble membership, however. ln spite of heevy losses, meny golfers hope to improve the teem record next yeer. SEASON RUN-DOWN JUNIOR VARSITY Poly Wilson II Werren 20 Downey Poly Wilson 5 ..,........ ...,,..ll.. 3 I I2 ,,,,,.,.,.. ........... 2 4 25 ..,...,.... ,......,,i.l I6 .......A.., .l........., 3 .,,...i.... ..........., 3 3 8 ..,..,...i. .....,,.... 2 8 Q 4 Q 4 .'i Jorden Lekewood Poly Wilson Werren Lekewood .Iorden Poly Wilson figs fl. F3 NIT Owens, Krenwinkle, Foctc. CE:.rerf?: mi -its ti 3 A L.L...u. 31 if , Wig? I I I iii Ll....I... ,qw z ' Wi 14' We lf Batty' CW ,- -M WM t 1 ' l Q 4 Wag ,- ,Nj W . ,vt . ' Q, Q ,,,,l,,m A ff' Q -yew, ,, W, , C .:,.,,4U law 'W X -t ww Iftw,-'swf' " Bottom Row Keating, Sharrar, Burdick Row 2 Cleveland Dickinson Boxx Sullivan ,L f, Vose, Butcher, Cummins, Wostenberg. l?ow 3-Crume, Hensley, Holler, Thrall, Clark: 1 NA, nf 4 'Z 'Nw 1-,af 7 I, ,,,"'f Wtffwfn V JWMM- ,wwf iw, , dy ' ,, M, ,,,,?ff' Schneider, Conklin, McMiIlian, Hunt, Flamer, Bright, Hallamore, Osborne, Mrs. Foist. SOPHCMCRE CLASS COUNCIL fn, Q 1 ' , I , W fe T QP' P' s U Q fn. 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J W Ken Baker LeeRoy Baldridge Donna Baldwin Sherry Ball George Bammer Steve Baral Dan Bare Dennis Barnes Roberta Barnes Lynn Barron Jeff Bartschi Carolyn Bates Pat Bauguess Lynn Baumann Douglas Beauchamp Ken Becker John Beeson Sue Belford Larry Belkin Pat Bellew Joy Belli Ralph Bender Diann Beniamin Mark Beniamin Tony Bennett Randi Bennett Dave Bennion Steve Bergman Jim Bestol Eddie Bill Margaret Black Tommy Blair Betty Jane Blakeley Norma Blanford Linda Blocker Cheryl Blough Barbara Bodner Linda Bogue Lonnie Bohannan Sue Bolton Bill Bond Sherry Book Tom Boomer Peggy Boortz Don Boughn Nancy Bowker Mike Bowman Pat Boxx Lee Bradford Lois Bradshaw Linda Brannon Harriet Brandt Dora Braun Steve Bray SOPHOMORES i M , , if f, , Q4 me M' A y H' J, H. N 3 V As ' I 14 t '. f 8 l I .V J f l 'N " M JL, Y . ' V , A U' ie 0 so " J xg 1 Lagry Alford sristine Brazier 4 A7 , f ' u y Aldr d at Bre ' - ,va ' ' V I, Le- ' iw ,, Mm ii' Pom Allene Bonnie ' jf? Q E Y 4 y 'ig ' i fr. 'Q A L f ,1 ' .imffll W B' . V x ' A ,. A , ' . A-. A , 'Vi lf" , f' J , . L , 4 W ' Jun Airway L' x, J " r N ' ' Carol Ambrose ' ?i1f: " ii' ,ff Chris Ambrose Diane BI'lfldUSe -VZAA 'ggi 4 Eugene Amsberry EQ Bflllalfl "" "' ' Warren Anderson Mlke BVOWVI, L im r 4 ti' y 6' fl , ff '. ,J l If . 1- ,A ,Q V Sharon Annoble 'V 4' Paul Ashby iv, j , Connie Atwood NUNCY BFOWI1 l 35 Sue Austin Tanya Browning l Linda Baines Jeanne Bruce 3 ff lily!! S h ' ' op omores Top Juniors And Seniors . 1' 5 , I ff 5-fa, I Qy'Q1"pijJC ,, ,, fi A, AJ 9 I N V . ze 1 , . L fi em f A f' I I WMV! Y J? A M J - , WJ an 17. 'fm I Z ill tl lf! lg 1 1 fl i A -'xmvi 1 L' V A f , "4 ff: 1 mls , ,li I it V V 1 f 2? Q' 'L V 1 7 W J X' ' v . J gf I , ' fix fr' b -Differ as af' '- f ff so f i, ,fl , .1 C' any Bern , rl' Sl M' ' IDP? it I l If J ga,Z,5,lfgi,l 1 Y I 'V 4 'Fiji W "' fi -"TS 'USS L R 5 ,I ygqqmutu v4c- 77 .4 .fl r Liv K e - K 5 ." ' ' , fs I ' A 'X , 'Tit J, : 4 2 .L-ii: . ' 1 fy iff! -.'f :fill , .,... 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A ' X ' Jim Childress r ' "' I Barbara Clark if X li 1 . sin Clark yfl Carolyn Clark jj, f Diana Clark ' by Mike Clark ,I L all fl Jerry Clarke IV ,"'i , N , 1 7 f. , :fi 1 ' Ann Clement fl f f Lynn Cleveland Jeanice Clinton . ,- ff , W- , , if I 5 Mike Coburn L i "xv , ,J , A l .. m . I l "ff -r Z Th I 5 af 1 ' ' , J 1 B Bernice Cohen ' 4' , f 2 , " ' J C h 1 J J WY 0 " XLTZJ-iffy' ' ' ' V Q Penny Cohen ,ff J ,JZ , Carol Colello V ,, , ,I , I 0 if ,' ZW 5 ' 'iff' Q ,jfflg 1244.13 1'nfj,,W' X I X ,I , , , , ,, 412, ,L P72 ' ff f ,f, Zigi-fy fgiafs, vi ji 'V ,WC Linda Collins f I Tom Collins f f sau Colwell I 7 Melody Confer -' X iblltll ,M 5, if r 5 i .Af l tif .. . if ' r wk' ' .. a I ft .itz ,'.,?t rf Sit' war . 'wi M- - -' IM . ,pi M riff -V , 1 . 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A tu 4 I L15 f l J SOPHOMORES 155 M Susan Cruise Richard Creel Jim Crittenden Randy Crume Gary Cummings Nancy Cummins Linda Curles Deana Daffron Barry Dalton John Daniels Steve Darling Pricilla Evans Gary Ewen Charlene Farr Doreen Farrier Clyde Farrow Margaret Davenport Neo' Fought Carl Davis Carol Davis Esther Lee Davis Nadette Davis Robert Davis Sherry Davis Jack Dawson Kay Dawson Shelby Deaderick John DeBoice David DeCelis George Deering Barbara Felton Ricky Fenberg J. D. Fields 4' if f ff J ,iw 77,7 1 W E 2,5 ", W1- l 'W yi v ' if .f. r 1' , X 'W if f 'Q' I a fa',l",i ,M HQ" ,, X224 f W Q ...M 1 , , f ,f ll 5' ri fy , X 1 f 5 Living Curriculum Explores . - if .5 4 I-If , w, V nf' t V fu 4' yi ,. 'fp :li .:wj f'5g.i 3 ' L'5xffs,. i lien- ' , v 1 i il. l i ' ,if- ? I , ,Ky Q - . A eil-Q 5 , M 2 ! " ' 13 5' -E is is9f'3' . ,, , ' 5 '4 f, .-f.,:ff-it .- r V ke' My . . .t.v .s'l,.4-ss K , 1 .,,. J '- "' "1 ' " 2 1- . ' err. w e ,y img" "1 ,M fr 49 - my-fr - .. tw Q . 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X ,E , lx! i Jim Dilworth I ' W , l , Sharon .Disharoon 1 ,Z gy 'zz I - 1' Jerry Dixon , 5 I if, 4,54 Jimmie Dobbs 'V' ' fa, it . it " James Dodd ,, 1 , , 'Q 'fy ft' 2 . fr,-,LX 1' , I gs 5 mv: Mike Donnell .f t , , tg 4 .A 1,45 2 f - Bob Donovan Q? , M L ,"':T' Robert Doughtery r ' Qgjif ' 'R Chuck Downing ' , lf, E Linda Drawbolf Eleanor Droll Dianne DuBois Anne Duckworth Sharon Duckworth Marua Dudney Jeanne Dugan Bob Duncan Richard Dunneback Sam Dunwoody Terry Durham Orval Dyer Catherine Eagen Sharon Easterla Lee Eckel Jim Edmonds Nancy Edwards Carolyn Ehle Betty Eisenhart Richard Elkin Diane Elliott Cheryl Emery Sharlene Emmons Michael Erdrnann Jo-Dee Ernst Jim Estep Mike Evans SOPHOMORES 4 , t ,LM 4 4:1 1 1. , l 1 r If l Q J 3' . xxf, Q 3 -0 ls., ,..s M xg gt-155 i . ...r Q. , 2 Y.. 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Tim Guy Sue Habram Ralph Hacker . Beverly Hagen Dennis Haines Bob Hall Craig Hall Dianna Hall W3 U A Sandra Hallamore Terry Guelzkow A i fuk ill il Q J: J My Linda Hallenbeck ji'-514. Ron Henley 158 SOPHOMORES John Hennessy Harriett Hensley Diane Hermann Ann Herreid Carol Hess Jack Heywood Jim Hiatt Craig Hibben Linda Hickman Jerry Hill Sam Hinton Sue Hirsch Evelyn Hirschland Rick Hodges Wolf Hoffman Ken Hague Sue Holderman Linda Hollinbeck Sam Hollingsworth Frank Hollisfer Linda Hood David Horn Trudy Horn Carol Haller Gary Halliday Robert Halpin Donna Hamer Gary Hammond Linda Hampton Jim Hannefield Suzanne Hanssen James Harding John Harm Lorinda Harm Gary Harper Kathy Harper Sue Harper Jae Harrington Burton Harris Joan Harris Sharon Hari Bill Harvey Rose Marie Harvey Norm Haskett Bernice Hauser Geni Hawley Larry Hay Paul Hayes Richard Hazelbaker Mike Hazlelf Brad Heap Don Heck Jim Henderson , - ' I , Q1 -'M-1.-.-z,L:'W,: -12.2-1 . A, ,AW fl 4. wwmwwww W , . gym I . W7 r f-- ay! 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CD 7 U1 I 'U 'U O 'I' CD 3 I. 2 R o iw l lf W, Ronnie Rephan Beverly Richards Joanne Richert Marsha Rickey Dave Rico Barbie Riley Jane Rink Jim Rivord Alan Rives Diane Roah JoAnn Rabaugh Curt Robbins Tom Robbins Linda Roberts Gary Robertson John Robinson Martha Robinson Larry Rodgers Rickie Robers Spencer Ragovin Carol Rohling Don Romeo Darien Roseen Shelly Rosenberg Michael Ross Linda Rossi Kimble Royall Suzanne Rubenste Dean Russell Leslie Rzepko Judy Sandstrom Lana Santee in SOPHOMORES 163 si 164 SOPHOMORES tfviffi A 0 UL Jack Simpson Margie Sinclair Darlene Slogle Brenda Smith Donna Smith Kathie Smith Nancy Smith Richard Smith Robert Smith Vickie Smith Paula Sneddon Cindy Snell Ted Snoddy Bob Snow Barbara Snowball Sam Snyder yi, Margaret Souter Joe Spinelli Janet Spitzer Linda Sprague Patricia Staples Connie Starzewski Carol Statland Marilyn Steiner Mary Stearns Shirley Stirling Peter St. Jacques Jeanne Stockton Linda Stoll Donna Strahlman Jan Streeter Norma Strickland Joe Stucker Judy Sullivan Jerry Supernaw Gayland Sutton Bill Swain Dolleen Sweet Judy Swim Robert Syring Zell Tate John Teague Nancy Theisen John Thomas Marion Thomas Robert Thomas Robin Thomas Kenny Thomason Marsha Thompson Katrin Thrall Tom Thurmond Dick Tickle Vollo Tobin Steve Tolbert Linda Tomlin Rosalie Torano Carmen Torriente Bill Tounzen Howard Towner Anno Trane Annette Tredsti Connie Tucker Jock Tucker Patty Tucker Q ' ,sm ,usqssgm ' fvrewm my g, tl 5 W 'r 'f ' A-N A . ., , , af wr I ir K .JI-:ld sl F .pf , 4 S r g ,Q r in L 4- r sf 1' ii 5 ,P nfs:-few TM H 15 -E A J l iiljilil :tif iiifgfii l im. wit? f' 'Q f 1 VT f 1 L e iter 3,-if ' ' V , , y ' A sly , l - , .17 J sf' 1 Aries '59 Scores Sensation -iq. f T Nl it on T iii xx, l it ll Nr'- i T' -Mi l f f T, ,gf gy Janis Turner Bill Tuttle Rolley Twigger Carolyn Ubben Chris Upham Lynn Vance Larry Van Liew Gene Van Winlcle Karen Von Winkle Diana Veigl Mike Vest Bob Vincent Suzanne Vose Pauline Vreeland Dawn Wabschall Ken Wagner Beverly Waite Philip Walden Davis Waldren Steve Wall Tom Wallace George Walter Sharon Ward Mickey Warner With Individual Sophomore Pictures 1. t-4. A:-, l r' ,Q , I 11 A .Wil t 52:33 r i L 'lt-e 1 st L :il 4 7 ,li lftiells " ' 'tl I il in .1 Nancy Warren Glenn Wasliew Judy Watkins Merry Watkins Gloria Watson Roger Watson Gary Waugaman Fred Webb Guy Webb Diane Weckler Blaine Wegley Paul Weisenberger Sandy Weinrub John Weiser Barbara Welsh Frank Wells Kim West Nancy Westberg Jeff White Sandra White Ralph Whitchill Lynn Whitlake Carolyn Whittaker Mike Widener John Wiebengq Judy Wildman Allan Willey John Williams Lloyd VWlliams Lynn Williams Tim Williams Bill Williamson Bob Willingham Roger Wilson Wanda Wimsett Jim Winchester Lynwood Winslow Rebecca Winslow Chloe Wise Sharon Wissler f , CL' es? e 33 :ill 'srl xl Nffxx . L 'lf' sopnomonss iss J ,,, s W V . l Q .iw Lv U i l N W . .lift gy Q y A Q ff! f Y Language And Mathematics Courses Dominate Sophomore Electives 4 'VIZ-'Q 43 YL: 'G qt ,t 3 y . y h l 75-W9 v 3 N if 'E ' ,JT 5' Fl ll ,v ,.. T a L I? , if li .J 1 A l l i t J J , 1' ,- LAST BUT NOT LOST 166 SOPHOMORES a 541 i 7 , gag' T my I , l Ylyfii -Q ,L N L... ,- F A .jx l. f. Lx, .r tx T ,N f A ,ll 'TI' 4' I ff' T '4 v-I i g ' y 1 4' fill Le 51111 X nag td F -f vwefx .yi j N T l V l i E TE. l 'CP Bill Witscher Gloria Wolfe Dennis Wolny Daryl Wood Kirk Woodburn John Woods Rodney Woods Howard Woodward Ted Woolsey Elaine Worden Larry Workman Sharon Worneski Carol Worthen Kris Wosterberg Linda Wright Phyllis Wright Robert Wright Harry West Noel Wymaster Mary Yates Edward Yound Gay Young Judy Zakit Marvin Zillgitt Diane Zucker Jerry Bell Bill Blodgett Don McCall 1 .A ' .QQ l 5f6'.2vL,.C3K,f,fA. A GK , A V , CIj'6L'U'! XJC.-y-1.-I 6Qf"91-f"714,,Cv: if , , t owl, 2" gi, ,. ,, , ff , , f f F if C1 L VLQJCQ Svufgj ,V zdfiilr, ,yi 4' :ffl ' Ml Z Q 'W' ,mfzxjqu jg f . ,, ? .wgfyqririxrqfx eg, l -ry . C'6iCff'L"'R 315-ff-A,, . ff Q7 ci' Q, in ' k f CLUBS if in 3 f , , 5 ue. A .,,' 1 Service to the school and com- munity is just one of the important features incorporated into the con- stitutions of the many clubs on campus. These organizations not M only benefit Millikan, but provide W . . . . 392 il fi their members with practice in the delicate art of successful relation- ships with other people. Service, social activities, and comradeship are combined to make the clubs an important part of high school life. ef 2 , ,c,r lk 14,5'Qi' u M,,qmuu-p- Anchor Installation 168 CLUBS - V Bottom Row-Porlier, Amers, Braddock, Mack, Zillgitt, Tenenbau, Paulson, Chitwood lPres.l, Winnik, Lipson, Niebuhr, Kelley, Kaplan, Byron. Row 2-Miss Doughty, Tucker, Shomaker, Holle, Dixon, Hogan, Fieger, Terry, Vincent, Davidson, Trailor, Luthen, Trane. Row 3-Hunt, Filley, Dundas, Karr, Fischbein, Feuer, Victor, Moberley, Clark, Hayes, Hendry, Waldron, Bird, Baines. Anchor-A girls service organization dedicated to serve the less fortunate, Anchor's many activities include: collecting can goods for the Salvation Army, Christmas caroling at the Los Angeles County Hospital and making and selling Millikan pennants for homecoming day. Anchor club sponsored the all-school "Mad Hatters Ball" and also was the winner of the "Aries Sing". WINNER IN 1 g I i I I x I ANCHOR Aix :T f f cm , TT . M53 M 1 5-f -f.' N1 ...gn 2Qhq7iia,Q. ,t k . 2, kc, I 2nd ARIES SING mm f 1,5 . , X S X M .'- .Q . X lv 3 I y, as L- 1 1 M 4 , :,?:?w: QSM: aw., , , 2- ...K . , Miss N. Houston Sponsor Bottom Row-Hedrick, Whittaker, Martin lPres.l, Lyon, Winnik,N Gard. Row 2- Patchen, Jennings, Chitwood, Hogan, Davidson, Holoubek, Lynes, Terry. Row 3-Miss Houston, Strain, Meltzer, Basking, Zillgitt, Kelley, Keller, Vincent. Achates-Organized as an honorary club to recognize outstanding senior girls, Achates' main purpose is to promote school spirit and service. Membership in the club is willed by senior members to junior girls who qualify. This year, Achates sponsored a dance to help build student body funds, Arpeggio-A musical interest club organized to further music appreciation on campus and throughout the commu- nity, Arpeg9io's purpose is to illustrate that all music can be enjoyed by everyone. The club presented ci fine musical as- sembly and its members participate in concerts and other musical events. Bottom Row-Nicholson, Newell lPres.l, Neighbarger, Clegg, Parrott. Row 2-Souter, Fehrmcmn Harm, Pfidonoff, Ashby, Belkin, Rickman, Rehpohl, Clark, Srazier, Clark. Q Q L6 CLUBS 169 I? 'fs i Q 3 Al 5 W :JV I N9 , X y XA.. 67 Y ,,:'A. . , Keith Thompson 'faq ,ffl , ,K f K of 0 fa, 7' W Eirik Rutlin 1' , , , , 1, V 'V-f . , 12 - if Bill Brown wo ciuas nw. -'L 'A 2 5:5 , . l is I 1 I , - f chuck Tom Henderson Sagchifs Spring C' 1 President President Alpha Theta Chi-is a special interest club founded for the purpose of developing each member's social character and for promoting meritorius service to the school and to the community. In an effort to encourage school spirit, Alpha Theta Chi participated in many worth- while activities and donated S70 to American Field Service fund raising drive. Giving food baskets at Christmas and Thanksgiving is a club tradition. Fi 5 vs Bottom Row-Haney, Rutlin, Henderson, Mr. Bower, Eldred, Rickman, Shaw. Row 2- Cummings, Montgomery, Sanders, Bill, Thompson, Hedrick, Meyer, Hiatt, Cooey, Tim. Row 3-Hunt, Wise, Kawaichi, Mayo, Farris, Meyer, Sharrar, Robinson, Cooey, Reece, Brown. ALPHA TH ETA John U Travis Montgomery ks S ', ' if A .Ak V . I I . i ii ' A Eldfed C H I as T I if ,-.. '11 3 Hg ' 53:1 h, .s . ga M31 g- - , , .. .5 -4 P 52" F' 'r we V ,xv 4, '- 5 Ken Kawaichi .J Bob Bill my ..,,,qpu . -1 X-arf' Neil Meyer g l L Q, f' ANU Q A ,"Ns .1 4. Mg, Boffom Row-Farlow, Gray, Stark, Martin lPres.l, Lyon, Cook, Schroeder. Row 2- Cummins, Cleveland, Parker, Ford, Winnik, Holton, Rogers. Row 3-Copeland, Sundblad, Pafchen, Arnold, Kelley, Klein, Pyles, Pilgrim, Van Dyke. Tea And Anu Outing Anu-As the first welfare club organized on the Millikan campus, Anu's main purposes are fo assist in communify acfivifies, promofe school spirif and encourage leadership and service. The oraanizafion was The recipient of the George Pufnam Youlh Award CLUBS 171 Bottom Row-MacAdams, Swett, Estep, Orth, Preston, Householder Whitney Sherfy, Dlshofoon, Seymour. Row 2-Yohen, Mont, Barr, Kozik, Bowen, Reeld, Shira, Johnson, Brubaker. Row 3-Gillbreath, North, Carson, Littleiohn, Wimsett, Templeman, Olson, Willey. Row 4-Foster, Hohnson, Tucker, Courdy, Hazard, Van Winkle, Hodges, Delta Gama Omega-A musical interest organization, Delta Gamma Omegas activities this year have included: ushering for the Civic Music Club, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and caroling at the local hospitals. ttom Row-Brokaw, Nielson. Row 2--Nicholson, Perry, Martin, Parratt, Clegg, alle, Clark, Tibbitts, Allison. Row 3-Fehrmann, Newell, Wiedeman, WGITQVS, Peter' n, Clark, Plattenberger, Cloud, Monroe, Frazier. efg M 0 D 1153 Ns... w M4 A fi,, rf, Znrvf' 'fu I e 'pf' fy W , .1 VA., ,Q - L ' wie V, Uk i ', ,vw . 1 pf 2 , V' Q z- 4 r , gl., J CW, ' f A 6 , , , .W . v ,g 1' V, f , -40 ww-, ,4-imffaf . , Hg. H ,N 4:44, Ak' gwugf ., . ,,V,. , , W., ,l ..g. . ,V , -N- ,. K -s if , .77 wig-v',Jg,y4:x!5-gf' I4 Y I l w4?,W,7'5e1r, , -', V X -A .4 Mg Q -.Z ' '7f.,2"'ffn Y' 552 'fm'e'lZ0Wfw,. ' fri 5-' 1 , ,W vi 5 ., , ., ,, Q 4 ,.4 Q 1 . . ui. x,,,. 1773 ckugkf --, A " ' A , 1, ., ,"g'- U ' V -1 ptr-:gap arg,-2. ii Kr. .tra . 'T as N V,-1,,f':4.ih - . .is -rl Q.,-dxwztil M. xx, ,,vf,,gtAs,. . . 'W C., l. , t , I H 'X' 'bf Nt ,.g,vN9 ,F C05m0P0llf0n CVSW PlC1f1S UN1UGl ClUb V0l6'nllne- Dr. Kohn, Roslyn Greenberg lV. Pres.l, Jim Shczrror iProg. Chairl Linda Covall lTreas.l, Pat Haney lV. Pres.l, Bonnie Feuer lPresl Kitty McCoy lTreas.l, Mr. Van Steenbergen. Cosmopolitan-Open to all Millikan students inter- ested in promoting better world understanding, the Cosmopolitan Club turthers this philosophy by fire- side and panel discussions, world friendship con- ventions, and each year raises funds to bring a foreign exchange student to the United States. COSMOPOLITAN Prochaska, Goldenberg. Row 3--Mr. Van Steenbergen, Shorrar, Miller, Tucker, Bur dick, Fischbein, McDairmant, Gannon, DePreker, George, Priboth, McMahon, Roxen 1. ff'6Q s L' - A 'C 'Ltr berg, Givens, Sherfy, Melon, Wright, Sienknecht. Row A-Dr. Kohn, Kittelson, Hansley, Swhewan, Ingram, Bruns, Carroll, Cameron, Kelly, Waldrow, Vandeventer, Sharrar, Rutlin, Haney, Conklin, Covall, McLaughlin, Deneault, Gladstone, Tenenbaum, Stark ' 41 5 ,4-- ls' Aff Bottom Row-Haskett, Bammer, Williams, Emery, Ashcroft, Nicholson, Zucker, Sanders, Stoner, Feuer, Hirschland, Zucker, Mogal, MacAdam, Wells, Gilmore, Edmonds. Row 2-Bushman, Amesberry, Clar, Jonsson, Peterson, Kelley, Wolfe, Cohen, Tarr, McCoy, Halle, Moore, Hoskin, Hanssen, Greenburg, Carpenter, Perry, Brandmeyer, 173 7 V . 4 aff' ff' gf iw Sqfgff 4,1 x W 4 ' A x 2 f 6 vi Z fw-' E J y . f 5 9 ? 5 v . 7 if 1' ' W g, fs - Q -..,. LF is-1. he ' A"" X ' Bottom Row-Lynes, Applequist, Michaels, MacAdam, Raytinov, Melom, Feuer, Vincent, Metzer. Row 2--Miss Weiherman, Perry, Witham, Wells, Moore, Boortz, McMahon, Porlier, Parsell. Row 3-Watkins, Young, Emery, Brock, McLaughlin, Pereau, Fried. Row 4-LaBelle, Busch, Waslien, Vandeventor. KEY Bottom Row-Cummings, Fosnight, Thompson, Montgomery, Montgomery, Meyer lPres.l, Haney, Sanders. Row 2--George, Cooey, Holton, Hammond, Parsons, Mayo, Streger. Row 3-Hiatt, Sharrar, Robinson, Phillips, Wallace, Wells, Glover. Row 4- Brightman, Herb, Garrison, Weber, Kawaichi, Perry. OF if P515 .A ,. rfb i f frfil -'- fs ak. It Q . I A A Q i V .. ., -..- 97 'gimlcg'-.f..-f' . f s K A M 1 . N X x N " X -i AMERICA Kel' Clllb-TO prepare boys for the world of lQm0"f0W, the Key Club is dedicated to service to the school, community, and na- lflmullo develop leadership and scholastic f-5 c . tlgmrl :Ls 5 - is " li ' W It JMB Bottom Row--Kelly, McDairmant, Vandeventer, Bammer lFall Pres.l, Sharrar. lSpring Pres.l, Horn, Burdick, Ashby, Beauchamp. Row 2-Statland, Ward, Edmonds, Cooey, Haskett, Horton, McRae, Sharrar. Row 3-Mr. Levine, Peterkin, Reece, Hiatt, Ekel, Baker, Johnson, l.'Heureux, Kilgore, Roseen, Dr. Kohn. Row 4-Williams, Dil- worth, Sheldon, Scherer, Bender, Shewan, Graner, Robertson, Campbell, Cameron, Amsberry, Slusser. Row 5-Hollister, Bennett, Tuman, Meinke, Neuhart, Kabler, Schlees, Pile, Wallace, McFall, Ingram. lit o I ' X .X 2 'N i, 3 l I X f X C f German Club-This club has been organized to I ' I Q promote understanding and appreciation of Ger- . l X man culture and to stimulate the interest and study R' 4 If , of the German language. Membership is open to all i ' I ,f. students currently enrolled in a German class at :hx , " Millikan. Students who are not studying German C7 Q ci! may become members upon approval by the mem- X X bers of the club. i ,fri l ' i -' l ' l W lr? bil ! ' ciuss 175 ,ff , Y' I N 'Qwwf ' A egzfyggw amz . K JW n Q , ,N W P 1 f jig! ' m'f6fe4s, ',,,ff, S V 7 rl v we , . , 9 1 K aw? f Wa I Q Ii' J 4 O 1, 'K' ' A, W , '? 4W f f of 'il , 56 ameri Bottom Row-Moore, Carpentier, Morgan, Shomaker IPres.I, Glasier, Hodge, Johnson, Grater. Row 2-Miss Peterson, Wright, Irwin, Moffat, Burke, White, Madsen. Row 3- f Bird, Burke, Farkas, Metzger, Roberts. I Iota Chi-A welfare organization, Iota Chi has served the I school and community in many ways this year. Some of its I activities are: the March of Dimes Fashion Show, Collection I for the Multiple Sclirosis Drive and presenting a ham and canned foods to Millikan. iv I I I SPANISH I II is Il Ii IB0ttom Row-Miller, Martin, Weinstein, MacAdam, Hogan, Dundas IPres.I, Perley .I .I II 2'Kelley, Melsh, Malmquist. Row 2-Daniels, Melom, Kashinsky, Jakubik, DePreker IManning, Ashcraft, Givens, Davidson, Luckemeyer. Row 3-Donald, Bruns, Jones IMcMahon, Tucker, Cook, Mogal, Vance, Conklin. Row 4-Mr. Redman, Mrs. Cahn Mr. Ochoa. W New 176 CLUBS Spanish Club-Open to all students of Spanish interested in furthering their knowl- edge of that culture and customs, the Spanish Club has had on this year's cal- endar such interesting events as a trip to Padua Hills and other outings to places of historic Spanish interest in So. California. WI' r 5 I i w-W 'll - llllll U YT! 1 I t v xfw , WIIIII II ' ,I g C JMC, sf ir' .D K. N LJ an 5 , 1 ,N T7 l' l " ' M if . 4'4" H ,. 'ill' -W Bottom Row-Mrs. Hayman, Burke, Snoddy, Light, Hirst lPres.l, Behrmann. Row 2- Sheehan, Skelton, Martinez, Jumper, Williams. Row 3-Brewer, Weaver, Willingham. LAMBDA ZETA Lambda Zeta-A social organization to help and further the welfare of the community, Lambda Zeta gives its members a chance to participate in the recreation and responsibilities of the club. This year the organization awarded medals and trophies to the outstanding football players of the school and participated in the Community Chest drive and other chari- table activities. ges o roug , , , Installation Initiation CLUBS 177 ?W"r- Vice President X , s l b i, 5" 'QR . . , W " Q 4, :sl . Q, I i w fr h V ff? 4' 0 WZ. ,f N un my 'W 5 ,J X Judy Snodgrass Nancy Carrier Gail Lofgren Com! Spgdqfor Rec. Secretary Corres. Secretary Treasurer Sgf. gf Arms Medea-A weltare organ- ization designed to build better friendships between girls, Medea promotes many projects which are helpful to the needy, under X privileged and to Millikan. Rita Reinertson Sheri Baker W? The club actively participa- ted in many city-wide col- lection campaigns, helped cheer the hospital bedrid- den and collected food for needy families at Christmas. Lin a Catlin President 4-M y J., za- 2::Z1,... i -.,t,,r .l J' "" ' it ' Q , ,K H, f f . ' 'X , "5?f"z 'V i - 1 . r i ,wi UL ,, :I rc ,f jg. 5: V Sandy Hein 1 7 M I ' at Ann Graham Charlene Young 40" V ms, f X f" C! I 1 'f X ,fa , 1 56 " 64 Tamara Goldsmith Fran Wilson 3 vs.:- Dianne Wallace 1-vu 'B' Janet Clark Poi Price ff Q Carol Bruce Barbara Connell Taffy Hall Marian Perez yy , ,g,,i, - , A Qfffi , MM f i . . tihlfj H ' f W f ff' X 1' if I its fy f X "1 1 Cozy Aldrich Social Chairman 'fi' H ,4,6 I 4 Q i if N.. 'tg 'W Melinda Parkhurst Jeri King ' B i i , ,A OMEGA , . qi Q, -4, ,' I wan ' , A ,. . . . , . 'sf 'h'?w we a?b43,fN M' QffZ?1iF!g K P P Nags. Q M wi iam, fm, ,if 4,21 - , 3 ,W 4 KW? wwf' ig B Q, H W A A g A: my i vt H I Bottom Row-Burgess, LeCour, Glascott, Bailey, Mudra, Meckler, Pankey, Allen, King, Brown, Peterson. O M I Omnis-A Y.W.C.A. sponsored club, the purpose of Omnis is to do service work for the community and their school and at the same time strive to bring girls of different religious denominations and national background closer together. Their service projects have been collecting for the Multiple Sclirosis drive and collection of can foods and ham to go to the poor and underprivileged at Millikan at Christmas. Bottom Row-Proctor, McFaII. Row 2-Gass, Martin, Miller, Schneider, lrick, Mrs. Cahn, McFedters, Jones, Jones, Kinslow, Green, Crush. f Y fffzw, ,-,yu I f V " W9 ,,, .r l CLUBS 179 National Honor Society The Eaton O. Bemis Chapter of the Na- tional Honor Society at Millikan High School is a member of the National and Interna- tional organization of over 7000 member schools. Applicants must qualify in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Eligibility for iuniors and seniors is deter- mined by cumulative grades which must equal a 3.50 grade point average. U"i!,,pf5n0' ' ' 2 W ' .., fy u gf , i'3 Qt .V W ft time California Scholastic Federation F. ,N -.ll L JUNIORS Bottom Row-McWilliams, Tenenbaum, Feuer, Zucker, Kelley, Moore, Stark Klein, Porlier, Clark, Mack, Nicholson, Kaplan, Roberts, Hendry, Balderas Ricci, Dundas, Johnson, Moberley, Hart, Bridwell, Jones, Martin, Weinstein Row 2-Mont, Karr, Hoskin, Copeland, Horn, Burney, Bergland, Aldrich Champlin, Fischbein, Schneider, Strong, Wiedeman, Plattenberger, Brock, Jumper, Tuckemeyer, Rehpohl, Wells, Tuman. Row 3-Malmquist, Etheridge, Carpenter, Bird, Hoffert, Specht, George, Prunty, Hawkins, Brightman, Salmon Perry, Cooey, Cook, Long, Kandler, Dittman. Row 4-Cuny, Walters, Mc Laughlin, Vaughn, Peterson, Kashinsky, Plott, Newharth, Meinke, Price, Farris Rickman, Montgomery, Bewley, Wallace, Dickard, Shibley. 180 CLUBS This organization fosters high standards of scholarship and service on the part of students of the senior high schools of California. H Bottom Row-Mr. Dull, Rhoades, Waslien, Dortch, Vincent, Mr. Ochoa. Row 2-Michaels, Applequist, Barnhart, Holle, Witham, Winnik, Chitwood, Hogan, Sheeron, Patchen, Martin, Terry, Strain, Davidson, Amers, Paulson. Row 3 -MacAdam, Brandmeyer, Colwell, Greenberg, Wolfe, Wells, Bosking, Catlin, Shomaker, Jen- While fulfilling their motto ot "Scholarship , , ,. , ,M ' i, M rf, , ii' .v,,VV ,, i Bottom Row-Bill, Applequist, Mayo, Raytinov, Bishop lPres.l, Winnik, Amers, Rickman. Row 2- Kelley, Strain, Barnhart, Sheeron, Brandemeyer, Nicholson, Parsell, Stark, Elein, Vincent, Jennings, ix Tenenbaum, Hendry, Wells, Braddock, Terry, Peter- son, Mickaels, Johnson, Roberts, Mack, Moberly, MacAdam. Row 3-Holoubek, Melom, Shomaker, Parker, George, Fischbein, Bergland, Catlin, Zillgitt, Bird, Lipson, Martin, Hogan, Chitwood, Mantsch, Moore, Moen, Kelley, Bosking, Gibson. Row 4- Henderson, Neuharth, Plott, Wells, Meyer, Fosnight, Waslien, Vandeventer, Sharrar, Rhoades, Yoseloff, Thompson, Kawaichi, West, Tuman, Pharris. for Service" the members par- ticipate in clubs and activities and contribute to student gov- ernment, sports, and other school programs. ' nings, Moen, Zillgitt, Braddock, Tucker, Alu Row 4-Lewis, Melom, Miller, Sharrar, Mont gomery, Thompson, Sanders, Bill, Hite, Yoseloff, Kelley, Mantsch, Lipson, Row 5-Bishop Boughn, Noland, Raytinov, Skibinski, Vande venter, Ernst, Mayo, Meyer, Fosnight, Kawaichi SOPHOMORES Bottom Row--Sienknecht, Vance, Cotte, Cotte, Vore, Bruce, Zucker, Seymour, Clark, L'Heureux, Kilgore, Roseen, Powell, Pilarzyk, Finnern, Hallamore, Baines, Sprague, Steiner, Cummins, Hamer. Row 2-Boortz, Breniman, Knox, Duckworth, Burdick, McMahon, Hunt, Goss, Graner, Lampel, Crume, Pile, Belkin, Mehlmauer, Marshall, Blough, Jonsson, Schroeder. Row 3-Dugan, Wright, Davis, Holler, Butcher, Kinstle, Gould, Bammer, Kannisto, Scherer, Hiatt, Robertson, Meyer, Whitehill, Bates, Trane. CLUBS 181 182 CLUBS Y may rHff5SQ . Qwwiy X Ryf '. .1 J: 5 is .ws KAREN gg ws' -'Q'f Pnesmsurn .NWA UNDA Navy in aa" V KV? Q- A A F' N 5 -9' Y' A-'V' , B BARBARA 1? 5 if WEL EMMY 'Ns-ef MARLYN 1 Q90 FQ 437' Q. W 1-A ""'l , x i QV' -.fi JERI we KK , 4 VAL PRESIDENT II ' 'fwxsw-,,, 'if' ' Z A "xii, ,- 1vn.'.N,hf. 1' x I, ' .A S JUDY . x'--' L ' CAROL S5Mx . i w aj - i gi vip , Q Alix '- 'B V . Q e H N ' Aw Q 5. Ar y wi W , ,Wx WWW' SUE UNDA L UNDA Parcae-A service club, Parcae is in its first year of service and social activities on the Millikan campus. lts objectives are the render- ing of aid to school and community and the promotion of school spirit by giving full cooperation and support to all functions through leadership and participation. up . 'Rl as 'Ss' Nmwt A 3 HELEN ' x fix 'Q " be Yi BARBARA is-. X. " , . QQ, N is :rm I s Y, If X. SHARON RAMSHACK CANTEEN 'jx 'NNHCVS 'WHO QP S D JA,-1fLc'fLJf' 'X S CRE A-' lf -i i Il' 4 nel 'P XX fgiiw V-V-.mn Q, I .' ..,. ' g eg' 1, 'meh " ' , "" 7 " 1 z. .v - ,f , 494 Ramshack Canteen-To provide Millikan High students with recreational activities out- side of school, the Ramshack Canteen sponsors many dances and other events that are heavily attended by Millikan students such as the Harvest Hop, Volleyball Tourna- ments and after-game dances. r Officers for tall semester were: Pres., Diane George, V. Pres., Sharon Lyon, Sec., Arlene Kaplan, Treas., Jan Burns. . Snrina semester officers are: Pres., Sharon Lyon, V. Pres., Barbara Turas, Sec., Y Y .V e P' 'P.'. f' A .f,l.1,f., '1,"Qfff'i ' CLUBS 183 i ,, . -: -X . ,. . QF!! i v . , '., A i 5. O 25 .iff 1 .. we: 6 . E 8 1, 1 .,. .- i 'lk.vl.s.c..., Porter, Parsons, Gray, Crandall, Bodnar, Pilarzyk, Haller, Irvin, Fuller, Mrs. Thrall, McMillian, Veigl, Vance, Davis, Meyers, Morrison, Murdy, Cotte, McCarthy. ' RCJNOH v. ,W Ronoh-is a TRI-HI-Y Service Club sponsored by the Los Altos YMCA. The purpose is to help in com- munity and school activities. Their activities have been adopting needy families and donating money to worthy organizations. Ronoh also has club dances and social activities. Ronoh Tops Other Clubs lnAFS Share Sales Drive Paula Meyers, Ge-niece Cotte, Assistant Editors, Lynn Vance, Editor. 184 CLUBS ,.w, Y ,lf '+ ,JK ggagak ga! , ' 1 ,QI Q ' QW 3 NADETTE DAVIS President 6 .Ja 1 gl Bottom Row-Bodnar, Winslow, Holler Mccmfhy, cone. Row 2-cmndei. Row 5 -Vigel, Murdy. 1 K Q f 'l' 'ani' , .35 A151154 f 6: kfm.-' ji-xx-, I 0 W' qs-,-Q ' .B 'X Bottom Row-Zucker, Coultrup, Wattelet, Hogan, Fieger, Hedrick lPres.l, Strain, Bosk- ing, Keller, Lease, Peart. Row 2-Mrs. Thompson, Graham, Chitwood, Hanks, Betz, Jennings, Meltzer, Gard, Holoubek, Burdick, Miller, Gladstone, Tenenbaum, Stepman, Whittaker. Row 3-Brout, Christopher, Clark, Hayes, Drawbolt, Chapel, Butcher, Burdick, Aldred, Reece, Zucker, Silverstein, George. SALUS ag, Salus-The purpose of Salus is to do welfare proi- ects for the benefit of others. These include such things as Scrapbooks for hospitals, going on drives for various organizations, giving parties for nurser- ies and supporting an orphan in Italy. Salus also enjoys parties with clubs from all over Long Beach. The selling of Mums at Homecoming and the annual Salus Shoeless Shuffle are sponsored by Salus each year in order to raise money for welfare projects. flmj B T - V cLuas 135 v gat! Bottom Row-Gaskill, Buckingham, Walker, Dizney, Fuller, Hite, Schoenteldt, O'Barr, Edwards. Row 2-Sargent, Love, Gibson, Watson, Boughn, Guertin, Milledge, Humpal, Mitchell, Toppo, Radig. Row 3-Fletcher, McGowan, Levy, Pharris, Odom, Puckett, Knopp, Coleman, Maclntyre, Henson, Heard, Young. Serfs-Serfs Welfare Club is an organization which gn promotes friendship and citizenship not only within 1 ,Q the club but in everyday life. Social and welfare 1 gi S 6 X work make up an important part ot the activities of ' lithe club. The membership is composed of scholastic "1 and sports minded boys. S E Bottom Row-Scott Walker tSec.l, Doug Dizney iPres.l, Steve Fuller lV. Pres.l. Row 2-Michael Gaskill lSgt. of Armsl, Tom Buckingham lHist.l, BiIl.Hite lTreas.l, Gary Schoenfeldt lCorres. Sec.l. Typical Meeting 'ts . ll - xx S it gk Y I ws Ac, M404 'il ,X , 1 cn I , . . ,TQQ I- yy ' 'M' 5 at ' W . hx a' ' is P , QI: 1 R X c 5 J r Q ,ai kt P s ,X 3 TABU 26 aunvliivg ft 'Nb' f T' ' An ' Bonnie Ferguson Bottom Rowhl-lart, Gilbert, Ferguson lPres.l, Davis, Muir. Row 2-Harrison, Lewis, President Miss Parsons, Finnern, Nichols. Row 3-Barresi, Beck, Madsen, Yager-Lehner, Gordon. l 7 L , ,L W 21, T . . . . J, J ' f ,I abu-Their first purpose is service to th J V J, X' pl! -IQ fy school. Tabu portrays the spirit of their or N f " J - J f J N Q' ganization in their name whose letters stan+ W for Tasks Accomplished By Usefulness. fl, ,cf 7 us! ' , 7, , v ll i V ffl .JLQV 5 i 'l V , ' ,LV . if .61 'L 7 J 1, l ffyyfx VL! V 4 l' ,X 'pb iffy Ji ,7 ',, f X -9 IL' jf 1 ,jp J 'J .1 f ' if 1 l ,f , vt' i f .. . . . , , 14 Socu-A social club having service to scnool and communit , A Lg . . .. . . . . f , as an obyective, Socii is designed to promote friendship ,fy develop personality, and create social praise. This year activities have included collecting for the March of Dime ond holding rummage sales. Bottom Row-Byron lPres.l, Davidson. Row 2-Luthen, Champlin, Ostach, Dixon, Boyd. Row 3-Harrison, Blagg, Trailor, Summers, Fieger, Kindred, Farlow. Row 4- Terry, Moen, Holland, Bosking, George, Keller, Dundas. Vik .Q ff" 2 'Zi fi, 1... tw ciuas 137 it .15 A? 1 Sodalis-A strong character and stronger faith in God are the main goals set up by the Sodalis Welfare Club. The organiza- tion's purpose is to build a fellowship of girls dedicated to the welfare of their school and community. This year Sodalis sponsored the "Sweatshirt Swing" dance and collected money for the Exceptional Children's Foundation. -2' i 5 fc. SODALIS Sue Applequist lHist.l, Lucy Balderas lChap.l, Nancy Vincent lSec.l, Sue Busch lTreas.l, Jean Berglcind lV. Pres.l, Carol Wells lPres.l, Gail Michaels lRec. Sec.l, Vicki Gibson lCorres. Sec.l, Kathy Lynes lParI.l, Lynda LaBelle lChap.l. Bottom Row-Applequist, Balderas, Vincent, Busch, Bergland, Wells, Michaels, Gibson, LaBelle, Lynes. Row 2-Holle, Nicholson, Karr, Calwell, Rice, Zilgitf, Ricci, M0berly, Victor, Vandemoortel. Row 3-Miss Snow, Muhlenberg, Tucker, Boortz, Park, Bright, Peterson, Clegg, Lanham, Self. 188 CLUBS Y' n 'iii 'llhQ!.Qiv TARCOMHS Bottom Row-Messmore, Norman, Guertin, Maclntyre Thadus, Weaver, Clark. Row 2-James, Edwards, Lazar Rogers, Zuelski, Rogers. Row 3-Caskey, Sergent, Walker, Smith, Thayer, Lewis. h Nmuyfgy Thadus-The order of Thadus is cr social organiza tion designed to afford its members fellowship in 4 club that stresses leadership. An organizatio, founded in 7923, the members enjoy banquets dances, and parties, as well as the planning, financ ing, and execution of all activities, are carried ol. by the members in cooperation with their officer: Q r fan Qi! ,ir Hin 1' a 1 CLUBS 189 'LL Gary Ernest lHist.l, Dick Montgomery lChapl R0 er Rh d , U -, 9 oa es lChap.l, R CI k lzrecgsl, GUQY Tldwell lSec.l, .lack Miller lV. Pres.l, John Oehler lPres.l, Bol?nBodr?ar John rgibllrelillllglibvkll measl' Terry Frank lsecl' Monly MCDe'm0lf l59f- Of Armsl, ,ei Varsity Club-Designed to further the high ideals of Millikcm High School, the Varsity Club's purpose is to be of service to the school and to the community. A prerequisite for joining the organization is being a Varsity letterman in any sport under CIF jurisdiction. This year the Varsity Club sponsored a school assembly. VARSITY Bottom Row-Oehler, Brown, Beckley, Owens, Walters, Powell, Bodnar, Miller, Mr. Dooley. Row 2-Miller, Sharrar, Holton, West, Forsman, Whittenberg, Egner. Row 3- Snyder, Montgomery, Swirczek, Noel, Kidder, Clark. Row 4-Montgomery, Tekely, McDermott, Palmer, Sousa, Ernst, Frank. Row 5-Dorrans, Bewley, Baker, Rl'lOC1CleS Bodnar. Row 6-Tidwell, Cottrell, Head, Milton, Frey. 1 pc fi 3 Mfpmv' it J , s,s 4 , g N 7 V ,f ., I-,V 'v Y, .W Af g , 4, Bottom Row-Holton, Perez, Brookshire iPres.J, Francus, DePage. Row 2-Lemons, Price, Poison, Moore, Wallace. Row 3-Cross, Mathison, Ericksen, Perley. YOGA Yoga-Their name meaning "union", Yoga sorority's pur- pose is found in the meaning of their pin: brotherhood, friendship and purity, These three things have been included in their past year's activities some of which have been: car washes, bake sales, and a very successful Shipwreck Dance, '. fi si.. CLUBS 191 Bottom Row-Bright, Beniamin, Cohen, Underwood, Row 2 CLUBS Goldsworthy, Miller, Bowker, Acker, Ridenour, Kittilson. USHERS In circle-Normond, Dull, Sutton, Kulkin, Eisenhort, Burke, Kenish, Howe, Howe, Jenkins, Bctrish, Dohl, Lewis, Poskell, Woodburn, Cayo, Suits, Mr. Bower. 192 -'G fu 'f ' Auf ograPl'lS f ff fa-'Lf'wZlf, 'je 1 , Ll -In if-'ref if7Lu 7 ,I -1 f. , U Lx! fx, 'cl Q! Pb! 4 V "7 - A f- " Q ' ,L ,Q uf f ' -fff V ' ,. D' 'f 1 gf" 1 af J 7' L. "' f ,JL ff' Z Q fm ' L f' , 4, ' "'-.J L! " 1 L01 f if ,L 1' L Z M- -, ,WK ,Af , l ' an V V -ff K L K fi ,,,, I Qffe' JL yq . X 4 J 4 , LA if LE-iv i li L -PI, m,f..,1' LI!! TN R . 7 ,uf 4 li X1 V C, lrfdw if ,eff f. 4' ' WX- ' V4 LKKE , f-75456 .77 L -, .f If Jtfgtrf A LZBQLJA QQ 4455 it 4' 41 X OX A 5 Izzy? ag A Q X , 06, Q, X Q Q79 4 ffgagiyx QQ- v-f 44477K . M W' 5 J! 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Why not come in and try Delbert Nixon, 0 senior at Millikon is one of our s e i I one of these Masterpieces? There is no extra charge for ists. Del's favorite quote is "We need your heodlanc a ci Flatop. Remember, guys, it pays to look neat. business." our 'A' EXPERTS IN LADIES HAIR STYLING if 8 BARBERS 'k NO EXPERTS, ALL SPECIAUSTS JUNIORS H2-17, """" """"" S L50 A ANY sTYLE SATURDAY ,,..........,,...,. .,,,,,,,,, S 1.75 PARKWOOD BARBER SHOP ADVE"T'5'NG 99 WOODRUFF 8. CARSON Bob Adam s 4144 Viking Way Long Beach 8, California I 1U ibiimg J : ,, Q,'.f7,f' '12 1 A' ?v 1 4 Qfiiaa ,vjfki 5 ff 4. ' f, , ' J' W i JACK PETERSEN 6370 STEARNS STREET LONG BEACH 15, CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE: GENEVA 8-4313 Chiunlllllklf iii, if ii ' 7 W E. H4279 I A 1' Z, I W ,, WZ: ,. 1, ff ' ll Wh J ' f f,j?,4,,, W5 ?oi-2' Ji xl " 51. 'S .FOREMQS1 i law, iff-2:4 W'5fgf!4!7?f ' 'M Ulllu S PIE! K -5 3 state E ee W 2' .N aw 4645 East Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, California PI'l0l19 GEneva 3-7407 1 1 ' -V ,Z 4 .1 ' 14 'f Q W4 ' f "-' -g 1 " fi I ,, 'L I ,J N 3 neg' , A , ffl, GOLDEN STATE CUMPANY 2707 E. ANAHE IM 200 ADVERTISING A. ,I 0 ,x w,.'x:z:41:.v.n..aMM-N U '- your most UVYLP decision nteresting, challenging work, will your first job mean i working with people you like, an opportunity to advance? A wk , - , gh, sl f -1 I W a ,X vi 1 Agn U Mfg l it will at DC lor or our vocational counse See y drop into one of our employment offices. r ask your Operator for ZEnith 10,000 o t office nearest your home. for the employmen X ADVERTISING 201 ,!,,V,,Z,,4,gl W, L M24 I Closed Monday - Hours: Tues., Wed. XI Thurs., 4 to 11 Fri. 81 Sat., 4 to 2 ll.M. - Sun. 1 to 9 Mauna '4 llplllllekt llflllilxl FOOD T0 TAKE OUT PHONE T0rrey 6-2913 5607 East South Street, Lakewood 11, Calif. Two Blocks East of Bellflower Blvd. "One of the most beautiful Italian rooms in Southern California together with the best Italian Food" , GEneva I-T359 1 E RYA N S ' t' n , Prescrlp lo OZIJAZWOOJ jAl'L5t, ,QVLG 0 Hallmark Card's 0 Drugs 0 Cosmetics 0 Baby Needs 6400 srmus at mo vm: "M YW' Def'-1' C-iff Us FREE DELIVERY LONG BEACH fl' with 4 'hw lN THE LAKEWUUD TRIANGLE H A - UPF CARSON AND BELLFLCIWER 9 59N I: A TIJMMY THUM 202 ADVERTISING . ,, , ,.-.- will Palo Verde Shell Service 6390 ATHERTON ST. LONG BEACH. CALIF. T3 r 3 y f 'MEN'S WEAR HOME OF DISTINCTIVE APPAREL 6412 E SPRING s'r. LONG BEACH 15 CALIF JOE W- PAGE GE 4'-7222 TELEPHONE HA 1 4611 WHEN IS CF THE ESSENCE WHEN IS CF PRIME IMPORTANCE WHEN NIQNEY MUST BE CONSIDERED 'Wa VVEJJiJ?.'I'1D ? E. E 1 I - I I .. , h.'If". DIRECT YOUR ATTENTION TC... THE I..ITI-ICGRAPHERS CF THIS FINE ECCK 9 4101042 Z 9 0, S42 SAN CISCO AVENUE. LONG BEACH 12. 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HArrIson 5-4517 9 AM -S-mo PM PHARMACY as Q I 'I I' if DEPENDABILITY 5' SERVICE COSMETICS ' UTILITY COLLECTIONS DRUG SUNDRIES MONEY ORDERS G ERSSQRUSOBSFIHI o ZII9 BELLFLOWER BLVD. LONG BEACH A . is 1 X--H.-E2 I ml V I X'--C, ,Z D.. ssE I -n , 3 ,-fl Aw? 'R-Q ff ISILIUS IffWl,IIW IBAIRBEIR SIHIOIP LADIES HAIR STYLING CuRi.Y CUT IVIETHOD OPEN 9 A.lVl. TO 6 P.M. SAT. I3 A.M.1-0 6 PM. 3962 STUDEB KER ROAD 205 ED SUN. Bc IVION. COR. LOS COYOTE DEBAKER li V.. 9 + A 0, y Long Beach ll U m San a na 4 in Q.- ,AK f ' K 'S N Q wg as Charles Henderson and James Sexton, Butfums' Young Careerists, made Butfums' the first stop on their vacation agenda. Make Buffums' your head- quarters too, for the latest and smartest sports- wear, visit our Varsity Shop. Whatever your sum- mer wardrobe calls for, Buffums' has it. Malce Buttums' the tirst stop on your vacation agenda too. 6 i xg . f-.41-f' HERBERT'S JEWELERS l22 Pine Avenue 206 ADVEPTWNG Long Beach, California HE 2-2232 l " i 'RFUABLEQ-, Phone: HArrison 5-6868 D P BSCRlPTl.0NS Hiskey's Prescription Pharmacy Lakewood Medical Arts Building 5382 Village Road Long Beach 8, Calif 0 , . . - an -5-V: ' .,., ' a iff " ., ..- X iid: 5... is . A c 'iq is 'L -g.n"- F, Sir lllilbl X .qirizum clL'.lLr'ly H C. Smith lr. Los covores f CARSGN a UN'0N ' DEALER wnssi. BALANCING ww mes Picic-uP cf osuvsmr HArrison 9-0077 'es A :tl . vii i Q HUNTER UNION SERVICE 3005 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach, California i HE 7-6230 "Minute Man Service" WON The staff of the annual strongly recommends your patronage of these advertisers. fig, gg Carburetio Ango Pa,-95 GSHGYBY Delco-Remy I . ' Ignition Auto-Lire ' Starters Holly .a...f B .' rw-r . .. ' . .1 L , f re. 4... - "' '-1-tm GZWQZWCQ JM 744504 .Same AUTO REPAIRING one HE 4-6714 2103 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach l5, Calif. Alloway's Beauty 8. Barber S Anderson, Robert Dr. .,.... . BiIl's Family Barber Shop. .. Bob Adam's Store for Men. . Boyes' Paint Store ...... Bricknell's Typewriters . . . Brown 8. Cady ......... Buffums' Department Store. . . Chasin's Men's Wear ....... INDEX TO ADVERTISERS hop... ....204 Cleveland's Los Altos Service... Dal-.le Creative Hair Stylists. Domenico's Pizza ........ Don Temple Chevron Service. Golden State Dairies ...... Herbert's Jewelers . . . The Hawaiian . . H. C. Smith .......... Hiskey's Union Service .... Hunter Union Service. . . ....l97 ....205 ....2OO ....204 ....l97 ....203 ....206 ....203 ....207 ....205 ....i97 ....l99 ....2OO ....206 ....2OO ....207 ....207 ....207 Jack Petersen Union Service.. Kenny's Donut .......... Ken's Shell Service. .. Lakewood Florist ..... Le-Dor's Party Supplies. .. Lombardi's Cameras . .. Los Altos Pharmacy. . . Manno's Pizza Den. .. Montgomery Cleaners . . Morris Studio ............. Pacific Telephone 8. Telegraph .... Palo Verde Shell ........... Park '.ft food Barber Shop. . . Pauline's Pacific Florist .... Paul's Restaurant .... Ryan's Pharmacy . .. Spot Cleaners . . . Spring Florist . . . Sprouse 8. Reitz. . . .. -mm..-Y, . -Y ...2OO ...I97 ...204 ...202 ...I97 ...I99 ...205 ...202 ...204 ...I96 ...2Oi ...203 ...I99 ....l98 ....l98 ....202 ....i98 ....205 ....l98 ADVERTISING 207 A Cappella Choir .... Achates .....,.. Activities Fall ..... Spring . . . Administration . . Advertising ........ Alpha Theta Chi ..... American Field Service Anchor ........... Anu ............. Aries King 8. Queen. . Aries Sing ....... Aries Staff .... Arpeggio ..... Art Department . . . Assemblies Fall .... Spring ........ -15- Band ...... . Basketball Varsity ...... Junior Varsity. . . B ........... C.. . Baseball Varsity ...... Junior Varsity .,.. "Best Foot Forward". Boys' P. E. Department. . . Bowling ........... Business Education . . . - C .. Calif. Scholarship Federation. . . Canteen .......... Chorus Line ...... Classes .......... Classified Personnel . . Clubs ........... Corydon Staff .... Cosmopolitan .. Counselors ... Cross Country ...... -D- Dances Fall .... Spring ... Dedication ........ Delta Gamma Omega .... Drivers' Training .... -E.. English Department . . -F- IINDEX 113 Foolbull Principal .,.. . . 169 Varsity ...... 58 Photography ..... Junior Varsity ....... 62 - 9-24 B .................. 63 Ramshock II II 105-120 Foreign Exchange Students ..... 107 Riding Club I I 2-5 Foreign Language Department. . 80 Ronoh I I I I I I II 196-207 Future Teachers of America. . . 174, 170 - 107 - G - Salus ,.......... German Club ........... 175 Sgience Department 168 G. 1 , A 111 . A . . 1 171 lr s t etlc ssoclatlon Senior Clqgg ,,,., 12 FC1ll ................ Senior Clqgg Cgunqil 13 . Spflng ------ - 118 Senior Girls' Glee.. 114 Girls' League ......... 120 Senigr Telenf Sh0w1 169 Girls' P. E. Department. . . 88 Serfg ,,,.,,,, , 1 1 Golf ............. 152 Shgelegg 1 1 96 . Gymnastics .......... 142 Snowball Dqnge 11 14 n- H 1 Social Living Department .... 110 Homecoming ............. 18 Socifil Studies Department' ' ' Homecoming Queen ......... 19 SOG' I """ """"' ' I5 Home Economics Department. . . 94 iodalli ' ' ' ong ea ers ..... -1- Sophomore Class . .. 64 Industrial Arts Department. . . 92 Spanish Club I I I I 68 Iota Chi ............... . . 176 Sporfs 69 Instruction ................. 104 Fall .lil 69 International Christian Youth Spring II Exchange Program .... 107 Stage Crew -.'.. 138 .. J - Student Council 141 Junior Class ........ 123 Fall ----------- 23 Junior Class Council .... 122 5P"ln9 -------- 86 Junior Girls' Glee ...... 113 Swimming Team, BOYS. .- 153 1 K - I Swimming Team, Girls. .. "Kalender Kapers" .. 117 - T -' Kidenes '.'..-..- 16 Table of Contents ,... iso Key Club ............. 174 Tabu '--l------ 183 II Tarcomhs .. - .. 11 1 22 Language Department . . . 78 emvzrsn 73404 Lambda zero ....... 177 1Un1orYV11r's111' ' ' I29 Library ............. 101 B 1 - M - Thadus 173 Maiorettes ............ 17 Track 6 Mathematics Department , .. 84 Ve,-Sify 1 1 70 Medea .......... . . 178 B ,,.,, 1 Military Science . . . 98 C ,,., 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mixed Chorus ..... 112 t U 1 Music Department ..... 100 Ushers I I I I I I I I I I I I 20 N - - - V 1 Hg National Honor Society .... 180 Varsity Club I I I I I I I 172 - O - Vice Principal ...... 102 Omega Kappa Chi ..... 179 Vocal Groups ...... Omnis .......... 179 , W Q Orchestra . . ....... 112 Wafer polo IIII I I 78 ' ' - P - .. 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