Mills High School - Asgard Yearbook (Millbrae, CA)

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I "t" an -'ff V J , t ,Wm g g 1 f' of ff PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS MILLS HIGH SCHOOL MILLBRAE, CALIFORNIA Volume 2 Iune. 1960 K HO ' , 58,1 ,A 5 f' " X ll., , 165 3?,Mf!Qpf, gg? 2, Tig 5, ,ii I ff If ff Xl fl ,qv XX ,HX I R xg W af WX LAX Jfj ' ,' XX 'X " X K 'xl 'H' I W N Q' Af ' I X-'Z V I I I 4 f ,JDS HHII X- R1-4-f-fm -we f1JIf'Lf5Zf'yLT M117 'L' ' L if . Q. my w g 'P 1' i I O L' il-YS-:::9 A rf'11f?EEQg If T'TA lmllljf Vikings u 111 long remember that unbeatable M1115 Hzgh spzrzt that unquenehahle szhool pnde that zleszrz to pile honors upon honors as an znseparablc part o thur school ll 1 at Mzlls Others lclll thznk o the outstanding oppor flllllfll s or lfdflllllg anal c vtrac'urr1c'11lar az fill tzes or all willing students But hzgh school flags Cannot last orever The senzors graduate and the ollozwnq Classes are le t to keep up the Vlklllg splrzt anzl zts przde III aecomplzsh :nent Bctufcn thrsc fours is a partial record o tbl 1960 sc hool year at Mills We hope that rt u 111 recall mang bappg memories . . rl. I , . ... ,, , .j . I I -- , f ,- .. 'f, - , - ,' - f , - ' -- ' L .nf . , I . s.,.- V . f - s .f 1 ' K f . 1 Q - . - I P VIP Pl' fi ' . . f - f I s - l ' . ' V' ,- 1 V, , ' 1 ... Foreword a A,, . Dedication oo..,,.o. ,, Administration ,, , Faculty u. ,...,... . , Student Government Senior Section .. Senior Poll , Graduates Senior Ball Classes ,,,..o.,.,s up luniors Sophomores Freshmen TABLE OF CONTENTS c up ssov, 2 Sports ...r, .... . . 5 Boys Sports , f 8 Cheerleaders Pompon Girls , ' 12 Girls Sports .. a , ,, c Activities , ..,.., , l7 , l H 18 Publications I 20 Drama a. u.....,. .a .. , as c 44 Musical Organizations . - is ciubs i Index , , H , 7l Acknowledgements , QEQI f1,,,5,t Xt ' U , ,N lilllgllfii JS !, .961 q mmm L Z' fi i.. ,pl 'lf 3 H lthfllll QQ 'HW grew Cl PRE ICIFXIIUVI QR lime WQRK Clwl ggmtce time ,ppksort Wx IPIIVGN to Il R4 of MRS HAZEL SMITH AS MOST OF US KNOW HI-IR My ,,-- Mr Konnolh Allen Dean of Boys at Mxlls I-hgh School du mq the fall se molto: loft the Vxklngs m March to assume the pn c pnlshxp of the d st xc! s nowllt high s hool Ardqlm Hlqh School He will be sorely missed by the students of Mllls IN APPRECIATION Your enthus1ast1c personallty outstandlng teachmg ab1l1ty and wllllngness to offer a guld mg hand are qual1t1es for Whlch you have become known and respected at Mllls You1 dex ot1on tc our school W1ll long be remembered by the students and staff ot M1lls Hlgh Your ded1cat1on ot elghteen years to the teach mg DIOISSQIOH began after attendlng the Un1 VQTSIIY of Cal1torn1a Further graduate study at Columb1a UPIVQTSIIY and George Wash1ngton Unlverslty has developed and wldened your teachlng sk1ll Outs1de of school your tlme and mterest are also clalmed by a f1ne tamlly cludlng two marrled chlldren and grandchlldren several hobbles your tavorltes belng gardemng and books and a Wanderlust that has led you on many tr1ps 1n the Unlted States Presently you are ant1c1pat1ng that tr1p of trlps a summer 1n Europe In apprec1at1on of your outstandmg SGIVICG to the 1959 annual staff as Well as your ded1cat1on to all students of Mllls Hlgh School the Year book Staff IS happy to dedlcate the 1960 Asgard to you Mrs Hazel Smtth - '71 at x I' ' If . I 4 T,f----W -+ G ll I i I , , , ,rg ' ITF: Qs O L. , A QI I xg: lf: I Q r O P' I ' x 1 I 0 I X 0 , I 'Q I I . - I gp I ' , , zyl' 1 14 I ' . , I - w - CS I A Y. I D ,K c 27 K . fl V ' r I ,- . 5 . - I 1 ,W I V fc ' YQ P G X "' A 4 ' j V f,'f I , G n , y v , l n I V In ' It ' - I l I I J' , Oi I O71 W ' . rl.. I l I I A I I I v 11 1 - . ' ' ' ' , in- , """'0 . I - . . . I . . r. - L' ' ' A . - ' ' ' 'ni ' i r' ' ' ' C I . ' . . ' Pr1nc1pal s Message l The qraduatron of the Class ot 1960 1S an 1mportant event rn the short lustory of Mllls Hugh School Members of tlfus class w1ll be the hrst sen1ors to cross our audrtonum stage to recelve therr dlplomas We honor these qraduates for therr many scholastrc CII'l1Sl1C and ath letlc contrrbutrons to the develop ment of our new hrqh school They provlded leadershlp 1n the estab hshment ot an etfectrve student qovernment orqanlzatlon and they were larqely respons1ble for bulld mg the toundatlon on whrch the tme tradltrons to Mllls Hxqh School devotlon to our school and we w1sh them success and happmess Dr Edwardl' Walsh "'----..,1 DR EDWARD T WALSH P cpl Prlnclpal Deans Head School Admmlstratlon THE THREE DEANS LEFT TO RIGHT M E an Hickson Doa oi Boy M Davao B hard! Do n ol Gull Mx Ko noth Allen Docm oi Boy cmd currently princ p 1 1 A: go H qh School will rest. We thank them for their W ll ,A ' M . . , rin i ex v : r. rn. M . n s: nu X I ' : tm n l G . A ' 4 s, . ia o a n i TEACHERS, CGUNSELORS X. 'MW' if . ' , -L swf it f , 1, Wi?" if 4 Q X .ufffsl qi X 5 if . A K Xxx MR JOHN BUCKHAM MISS LUCILLE CHAIKIN MR. JEAN YHANCECHI MH. ARTHUR WELCH Junior and Senior Counselor Freshman and Senior Counselor Sophomore and Junior Counselor Freshman and Sophomore Counselor Mathematics Physical Education Business Counselor Coordinator MRS DORIS BENSON MRS. JOYCE BESTALL MR. ROBERT BRAGG MR. JOHN BROWNLEE Latin Physical Education Chairman Art Chairman Chemistry MRS JOAN CROZIEH MR. JOSEPH DEES MH. ROBERT DONOHUE MR. ROY DRURY English Physical Education French Government MR WOODSON HOCKER MR. JOHN KANE MR. ABLEN KENNEDY MR. WILLIAM KENNEY 5Pcm1sh Mathematics Social Studies English la Q A 'CA7 uk 1"""" wr-if , cmd STAFF C7 in . Mrs Rhoda Grau library clerk, and Mrs. Eleanor Purpus libra nan handled the monumental task of building I and library collections. MH. HEHBHHT COMSTOCK Mathematics MR. DWlGl'-IT HALL Music Chairman MRS. NAN MAHAFFY Business f-1 lp W' ,..,,,. Q7 -'ff' MISS ANN NICHOLS MR. TROY NUCHOLS MR. ROBERT PALAZZI MR. RICHARD RAMOS Physical Education Business English Language Chairman MR. GEORGE SHORT MISS BARBARA SMITH MRS. HAZEL SMITH MISS SHIRLEY SMITH English Chairman I-Iomemaking Chairman English Business MRS. BARBARA STRONG MR. SOLOMON TESMAN MR. DONALD THORESON MR. JAMES TIDWELL English Social Studies Industrial Arts Physical Education MR. ARTHUR ROTH Mathematics Mn. nonrnr snrr english MR. GENE TOGNETTI Industrial Arts ,,, fl if '14 ,. , Q 3 ' iff A X31 If ' n'!qa':T'iLf.- A 'gf' ff , ' J, , yy W g w- 9-. A bl' " -QMS C NX ,El t If -I if I y X ,lf 536 .1 ,VV EQ!-13,1 32. gf X G7 GC' V .' X " 'F 'I' N' IW I " I I Q 'if 1 , 1' . x'. ' -- I X 4 I M C J v I I f , .497 ' 5 . 7 :'6jj? I X FX X X K . I W Y UK Ig. Ay X ,.,f..7 6 Q L' LV , f -Zvi? ly Mffffvljl , w ls mam J. 55' W ' M' ff-' if '?Z.0Rl fffliif lg fs M l if fi r ' :IRIN ' sf V, WI ,se Q ' I mm I luvrwll in-L41 ,D I N X sr,-1. V F 54 ll- W f,- I , 'X it-, v "1 P' 525 'fl lun' U 1 -N"-Q l I 'ff ,I in I ' I ll CR 17? N i' M HAY I t -K ww, 5 ' r ,, x NY Y ! - -5- ""'-rv? .,jx,,?r A N I -- K if , A . A' I P .5 X Pug 1--:2'j"7 Q C41 J -.:f f ,iff K K 1 f . ' gl JS. ' , J ,Y kj, I0 MH IOHN SCHAEFER Science Chairman MR RICHARD STOREH Science MR FRANK WALSH Social Studies Top left: MRS. ADRIENNE MCGALLIARD Attendance Secretary Top right: MRS. GERTRUDE SPALDING Decm of Girls' Secretary Bottom left: MHS. RAE SNODGRASS Registrar Bottom right: MRS. IEANNE LEBLANG Deon of Boys' Secretary SHARON DllTl'El. Vice-President DAVE SCHILLER Magistrate DAVE IOOST P all Stu MEHEDITH KEYES Secretary ANN SCHOALFS Assemblies Commissioner Student Politicians Under the leadership of President Dave Ioost, the officers for the fall semester be- gcm what was to be a very successful year for the student body of Mills High School. Activities included a successful campaign for the sale of student body cards and par- ticipation in several Inter-School Council activities. Perhaps the most important proj- ect of the year was the effort by the fall council to get the entire student body to vote. As a result of this encouragement, a majority of the eligible voters turned out at the polls. Student officers worked hand in hand with Mrs. loyce Bestall to establish a smooth and efficient student government. dent Government CHIP HATFIELD Treasurer CAROL SHEI-IRIN Election: Commissioner LINDA MAIMAN Assistant Treasurer CAROL RODMAN Public Relations Commissioner ill . RALPH BENSON Controller PAT SANFILIPO Rally Commissioner 9'- t is if V. T First Semester Senators , K X ' 2550411 BOTTOM ROW. lelt to right: Shirley Rickey. Leslie Meyers, Ian Anderson, Darlene Linton. SECOND BOW: Mac Crockett, Gary Lynes, Marqareta Sbderberq, Mary Hearne. THIRD ROW: ludy Decherd, Dennis Wolli. Diana Raymond. Sue Goldwater, Mr. Troy Nuchols, advisor. TOP ROW: Alan lohnson. Charles West- brook, Lynn Raqqhianti, Mary Domars. Court ot Last Resort First Semester Court oi Last Resort SBATED, lelt to right: Mrs. loyce Bestall, advisor: Lou Klemme, Lan Bachman, Tom Peters, athy White. Tut Wynne, and Dave Schiller. Magistrate. ,. ,. . ,,, , .. t,. ..,,,..W..- . ' 4 -it wit Court and Senate At the beqinnina ot the school year every Mills student was aiven the op- portunity to elect a senator and an alternate to represent his second period class in the Mills Senate. These student representatives constitute the school Senate which is directed by the student body vice-president. The purposes of the Senate include the introduction ot bills important to the student body, the discussion ot prob- lems of student government, the trans ter of information to the student body, and the appointment of the members of the Court ot Last Resort. x Y .L ,- - ' W ar t " f f 'F + 4 f 593' J .str " 4-1 a Y' itil , -i , Ay an ,y 't Q' ' ,.... -I . y t QU' ' Q. "mass ab 1 A ARDIE VIGNATI LINDA MAIMAN TUT WYNNE SHIRLEY RJCKEY RICHARD MONROE Vice-President Treasurer Magistrate Elections Commissioner Rally Commissioner KATHIE BLACKMAN DAVE SMITH TIM ANDERSON ROBIN LINTON BECKY WI-IITAKER Secretary Assistant Treasurer Controller Public Relations Commissioner Assemblies Commissione Court ot Last Resort R ' SEATED, lelt to right: Tilt Wynne, Magistrate: Isrry Bengson, Art Gaqliardi, Connie Campbell. STANDINQ. Tom Peters. Lan Bachman. Mr. Troy Nuchols, advisor. I4 Government All candidates for student body off fices at Mills High School must corn- plete a preleadership course dealing with parliamentary procedure and the framework of the Mills Constitu- tion. After the preleadership class members have completed the course and successfully passed the qualify- inq test, they confer with the present holder of the office in which they are interested. This officer acquaints the candidates with the specific problems and duties of the office. After this thorf ouqh orientation in student qovern- ment and the duties of a specific stu- dent office, elected winners are well qualified for their responsibilities as student representatives. l' "We Are the Future" The Peninsula League Conference which each semester brings together Peninsula high school student leaders met on March 26 at Mills High School. The theme, "We Are the Future" suggests the focus of the conference exploring ways in which the initiative and plans of today will be mirrored in the accom plishments of tomorrow. The general chair men for the conference were Leslie Meyers and Ralph Benson: the seven committees were directed by the following: Trish Nielson, re ceptiong Meredith Keyes and Sharon Dietel decoration: Bob Buscho and Mike McNamara assembly, Pat lrber, art: Ian Connor, public ity: Lynn Musso, luncheon, Tyler Wilson and Vicki Danning, program. Attending as dele- gates from Mills, representatives gained ex perience and valuable insight which can be applied to the next school year. RALPH BENSON President of the Student Body Senior And Iunior Senators Sophomore And Freshmen Senators SBATED, left to right: Iudy Cuneo, Miko Mount, Joanne Cole. SEATED, lett to right: Arlene Levy, Sandra Meitz, Iudy Mai- SECOND ROW: Sandy Stewart, Dave Stout, Marilyn Garelick. man. SECOND ROW: Barbara Armstrong, Diana Scanlan, TOP ROW: Kon Vignati, Stove Haborman, Richard Milgrom. Rudy Morones. TOP HOW: Doug Dawson and Tom Heaton. O 9 Office Workers Teresa Padovano, Tyler Wilson, and Tom Barbee have had the opportunity during the school year to gain on the iob experience by working as secretaries and switchboard operators. Other students in the Business Department ained first hand experience at iobs in the Main Office, Counseling Office, Department Off fices and the Attendance Office. Radio Crew Doug Dawson, Iudy Connor, Ralph Benson, advisor Mr. George Short, and Pat King are pictured Ln the broadcasting station from which the daily news and schedule of events were brought to the students under the call letters of KVIK. a non-profit student run or, ganization designed to serve the school through better communication and to provide practical experience for students in public speaking. Announcing teams were changed every six weeks to provide an oppor- tunity for each student to speak. Financial Control Board TOP HOW, left to right: Vicki Danning, Arlene Levy, advisor Mr. Gaylord Coleman, Mary Ann Millsap. Iohn Faull. SEATED: Linda Maiman, advisor Mrs. Nan Ma- haffy. Dave Smith. In the reorganization of student government, these students were chosen by the first semester financial control board which consisted of the class treasurers, student body treasurer, and stu- dent body assistant treasurer. The newly formulated financial control board regulates all financial matters dealing with the student body by considering and approving or disallowing all fund-raising proiects of the school. 2 e f X U I f f N ffffg X If X f,NWY1N , 1 X X K xx XR NWN X S X is jg , 'QQE K:'fl., IW! L fg1f KQ , X fwW1wfl2,if,' 1i""' 'W W riff '1f" i?l n f MW W , ,mwl of ,iq ' yy Q v,,'f Nix.. fs. ff' "N ww 1-kwa' Vfj, . 'fr in' ,. - Q ' 1"S1:'f'fff X X. fz! 'fb' Wx M qw f M Xi Mi' M MA 'wg fwwllf ,r,T,5.Vf r"T.3 L iuug. 51 fffv. f 11" xg 'i1.....- Z 9 o , Q N 0 -u A V " lu . V Q'X. , , x , , ' I C0-.M K f 'fi rm I Q' X H, 'Q HX -. ,-,-,. x - , .,-f V i Mn ,Z -- ,-i. ,f':f?fs.l, '-'W' -fp f-ffguig-, ' - f TA 'Qf7"fi-'?--" ' 1i.1i7.-,,,.,,-..A.,.- ,f xx -T ,- , xx f The End and the Beginning-Diplomas Our two wonderful years at Mills High are now just a memory. In our lunior year many important decisions were made as our school was just begin- ning and many traditions and procedures had to 5 " 'Yue STEVE PETERS Senior Class President be established. The first slate of class officers in- cluded Sharon Dietel as president: Don Phaff, vice- president: Kathie Blackman, secretary: and Ralph Benson, treasurer. Arguments over our class ring ended with the selection of a Viking figurehead symbolizing the newly selected mascot of Mills High, Margareta Soderberg, our AFS student from Sweden, was able to join us in her senior year be cause of funds raised in our work week. But work was balanced by play on April 24th when "Dream- ers' Holiday," our Iunior Prom, was held at the Green Hills Country Club. And memories of that night include the "non-union" musical organization composed of faculty members who made it possible for the show to go on when the band failed to make an appearance. The senior year activities were in the hands of Steve Peters, president: Bob Buscho, vice-president: Pat Nielson, secretary, and Tut Wynne, treasurer. Highlighting the year was the night of March 4th when the Senior Ball truly became "A Night to Remember" at the California Country Club. These two successful years will be climaxed at the grad- uation, a time when many of us will acknowledge the efforts of the class advisors, Mr. Gaylord Cole- man, Mrs. Ioan Crozier, Mrs. Eleanor Eagan, and Mr. Richard Storer. BQB BUSSIHO PAT NIEISON TUT WYNNE Vxce-President Sgcggim-y T1-gqgm-gr Contribuled Mos! Eyes SHARON DIETEL cmd RALPH BENSON GARY EGGERT and HEATHER HYDE . .anv- Cuiest IONI SMITH and 'I'UT WYNNE Best of GO-as Determmec f 'K Fa f ax 'Q i.f,Jf'f' as I, x V, Agp ' i 7 ggi' xx f I , 9 'V S xVL:.T'5 "i. :T J R 1 4 1 ' I-'Exif - Mos: Likely to succeed lffft j CSM, -, PAT NIELSON and CHIP HATFIELD Personuliky KATHIE BLACKMAN and STEVE PETERS Best Siudenis MARY ANN MILLSAP cmd CHIP I-IATFIELD 1? i L Most Athletic MARY ANN MILLSAP and RICH IEFFERIES by the Senior P011 L.....l- -X f V ix 3., FS I X 55 sf ff fy. I . I I T ', 'Q senior K. Kei ,fglrl fmgw' 'I si 1 vi:-A 5-, , Kyla' I Poppies! IONI SMITH and RICH MONROE Wittiest FRIED MARKEN and IUDEE MILLER Best Dressed IUDY ARSENAULT and IOHN MCFARLAND Best Figure DAVE IOOST and DIANE PARKER ' " 'WWE 'Vs 4r--- GARY ALOISE DAVE ASQUITH WALLACE BATES L.-1 f L.. a.5f"1i, 5 f 1. Sw L, t f' KATHLEEN AMBROSE LAWRENCE ANDERSON THOMAS ANDERSON MARY LOUISE ATKINSON IOHN BAUMGARTNER f 4.55- 2'6- V 'N i 'X is'- qw-.--v 'Dix' 'Y' .',,.-vw A,....-A 'bf' 'Q' 1-54- 'Suv'- C"f"' xr' qt., YT-' tvs Qffif' S., AVN 'R ,:., Y fi if I ,hr Wir?-F' IEFFREY BELL RALPH BENSON ELSIE BEST RUSSELL BIGELOW MARY BIHLMAIER KATHLEEN BLACKMAN DAVID BLANTON IOHN BLEVENS GAIL BOFIRD ROGER BOLEN ANTOINETTE BOYCE EDWARD BRIDGEMAN FRANCES BRODOI-'SKY IACKLYN BROWN GAIL BROWNE KENNETH BUCK BOB BUSCHO FRANK CAFFERATA CAROL CALNEK DONNA CANEDY 'Q.?f??L A-X Y " K ' 'YZ A- 1 ,. 45" , Qi ?'f!f5'K' El - S- ! 1' ' 'Z' 'ff' 2, , ,:,1 : fff 'S , it f X f Q 7 , fx . 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IOAN FAGNANI RICHARD FARNOCCHIA DIANE FITZSIMMONS LEE FRANCIS RICHARD FREDIANELLI ANN GALVEZ IAMES GAMETTE VAL GARAY MARILYN GARELICK NANCY GARIBALDI FREDHICK EASTMAN GARY EGGER1' MIM: snsxms yugo ggwm VICKIE Gazls MARY Gnnvms I summon GxB1.1N RICHARD Gmou R'fgQQS7' nocsn GLANG 4 A I ,I A A I wh . A ix XX Y XX .F Y . X J 1 V ' . .slgo ,' O Q . lg, I, J, Lk EVN , ' 514 ' ' 3 1 ,M.Q'DlgffuT7?Iy A QI f ffffalf, I H I ,gm f , K X1 . If U' Q- V ' f X C ff ' nf X . m y I v Aj I J , A ' I A SANDRA Goan-xr: "R Z susAN Gowwmzn .QI A1 Q A PHILIP coom: nnucr: GBAMKAN ' I I 'I ' I I -I . - nr-:VERLEY GRAY 26 'VS' X 1251 in--P' :fy 'vw A is 1147 'YM df' 15 ppp, 'CQ qu...,.- 'T ,an 1r-- ' ,MN .QUQ V,vv"' YN 1" 51 '!T"""' Q' ? Glu.. Fr 1"" L.: "VN - N x , "'--...,.,, ,, 12 'T.I"' H, MR. GAYLORD COLEMAN. MR. RICHARD STORER Senior Class Sponsors IOANNE HALL PETER HEINEMAN IOYCE HAMMONS SHARON HENDERSON fvx ?'s ,aw WWW Av, 'Um DENNIS GRIGGS TERI GUTWEIN RUTH HANSON IOY HARRIS LINDA HENNING TOM HOEY '9 ,x,.,-A i sr Quin.. 'Z 4---f i., -Q" A tv? Qpnr" NANCY HABERMAN GALEN HAHN PETER HALE WILLIAM HARRY KAREN HOGERHEIDEN LANSING HATFIELD ALAN I-IOLLOWAY BRUCE HEATHCOTI-I CHRISTINA HOLOWACZ 1, 1 N, ips-0" DAVID HALL MARILYN I-IEINY ELLEN HULL I 'fqw , g f 5 4 H Q 1, , '7 'V ,Q if QW. 'eff cyp- 1 lla-4' Q 'Wu- 4'Uu Pi ' f kv' Cr'-'9' Qt -X if 'Mf- !,5?fiWBN if 4, 13 U 1' , gn. ' zu, , ,M mv ' is .. iw" af' qi" Qiufv 7'-.ff 'SETI' l. 3 f"f-x ff 09- Turf' M'-n-P I 4 'N ix, 55' x Wffff Tvs.-.. nun'- if HEATHER HYDE MARGARET IRVIN KAREN IVELICH RICH IEFFERIES BILL IENSEN PENELOPE IOHNSTONE DOUGLAS IONES DAVE IOOST CLARENCE KAUTH LANCE KELLER KEN KENNEDY SHARON KETTERING Msnznm-1 xmas ELAINE KING 11M x1NYoN LOUIS KLEMME SUSAN KLINE IOANNE KOLLEN TOM KREIS KATHLEIRJ K ULLTNBERG f I .gp-ng f fo D Wx , lr- ff, gn-.41 "Hs-v' O 'D 'Q'-'-'V ROD LOGAN SANDY LONGMORE AL LUDWIGSEN GARY LYNES DALE MAHONEY LINDA MAIMAN PAMELA MARSH RON MARTINELLI AUDREY MERRICK LESLIE MEYERS RICHARD MILGROM IUDEE MILLER iam 'Ui' MFE ' Q' ' M ,, , , ,N ,Q ,W r. ,Q . v b-V-If 'F 'Z 'vs up li' W' Qol? KY' in Q:-v 'lr--yr ' W A as W q-gg, WALTER LYSICK SUSAN MAAS MICKEY MacDONN'ELL STEVE MAGIDSON JACK MASARIE IUDY MATTHEWS HAZEL MATTIMOE FRANCIS MERCHANT ROBERT MILLS MARY ANN MILLSAP irq-f Y-f uf I And then there were serious moments such as this one ct our Senior Class meeting. sl IWW no-x "' RICHARD MORRI DAVID MUNRO LYNN Musso DoMINIc MUzzI MELISSA McCABE IOI-IN MCFARLAND PATRICIA MCGEE 4'-'-' DIANE MCKELLAR BONNIE MCLAUGHLIN IIM MCLAUGHLIN BI CP-'CV GLEN MINKLEIN LARRY MINNEY IAMES MOLINARI RICHARD MONROE MICHAEL MCNAMARA IIM NIZRLI sTI-:PI-II+:N NI:I'I-IERBY ffl PAUL NEWMAN K W ' Q' PATRICIA NIELSON I f I F 5' 77' 7' 111211 , 7. , II X if A I i I -JM 0' I ,f fy A I , X ff ,DQR II A , Q N I N f I ' 1- .J H H b 92? A "II '- '-I ,A Ia A g,III..'f,:'. If I" " I in ' -' I, fxb f -J In Q gx ' ROM THE 19: QCPJIIIIQCIHSSI LL -A DAVID NOPZIGER FP- A A 7-41 ll, iq- ff 'Aj ,D MARTIN OIIERLANDER ,HQJ1-lil! , jf' ' - Q,-f-f I V .Ln Aj X F fa FRANK oBRII:N " if- y-A I ' 'W EDWARD OTLAHEIRTY DAN OWEN 34 R.- mf ? A' 1. KM.. ,W A 'X -we it ' X. -'N :fx 'D -rr-' 'TI 4"-. "Dv ...nn-4'- ' r Za" gf' nw 'ffm -' .ti cas. Wen- g ff .1-' j 'K fi ww, an I I li 'Y X , .-., 'Fifa' 56" 'l1"""'Y hz-A' S1 S+' -ff w. K... 11' There were even those days when we had to qo to classes and study. STEVE PETERS LYNN RAGGHIANTI .v53,f- pf- L, A I .9 IUDY PICKENS RALPH RAMEY vu- Q7 TER! OWEN GAYLE PINCUS IOHN RAYNER if 'E-v mg-.. "Wag Q.,-.4 'NI Qi" we' s. 'sv ,-ax l 1 'im W Q' 4935. TERESA PADOVANO DIANE PARKER ROBERTA PAUL RENATE PAUMGARTEN DAVE PRIELIPP SUSAN PRIMES DIANE PROVIN GEORGE QUINN BARBARA REYNOSO DIANE RICAUD WAYNE RHOADS BARBARA RODGERS 'Q7' -uf B.: if l Ov 11' ,I I K 'V v of' ' fi! iw. IOHN' ROSE IERI ROTHSCHILD ANTHONY RUDE CARYL SARGENTI DAVE SCHILLER BILL SCHMALE IUDY SCHMIED ANN SCHOALES IANET SCHWARTZ LARRY SHARPE HELEN SHEEHAN CAROL SHEERIN BARRETT SINDICI IONI SMITH IUDY SMITH LAURIE SMITH SUSAN SMITH MARGARETA SODERBEHG IIM SOLDINI GAIL SORONEN 6 -Y'-vx . f TWV. 1 7 K, , "7 I Xgwl-fZ 4 Maas fowep, Q Swim fund T6 RX iqmild PATRICIA SPACKMAN MARCIA STAIRET il IULIE SPARKS SANDY STEWART v""'g 5' QTY' U Q ,Q . w ,' 5 4' ' ' bv -i' Q-'- T' fr-1 6 Sf, 'HIL wif' 'AN ,admit-9' LILLIE TIBBETS DAVID TIDDY RICHARD TODD DIANE TONINI EDWARD VENTURI KENNETH VIGNATI VALERIE von DOHREN LINDA WAHLE RICHARD WHEELER gg... BECKY WHITAKER 'T' 1 Our class xinq and graduation announcements represented Ihe beqmninq of the end for the class. of "60." 'S ,xf""x EETVX 'Ulf' .551 l GH. WILLIAMSON TYLER WILSON DENISE WOICIK DENNIS WOLFF GARY WOLFINGER WALTER WOLLERT DIANA WOODS MARION WYNNE .N XE Theta , . X X ' , Q 'IN fr h Ll X I ,CJ I O SHUTTER SHY SENIORS Wo ji? XX ,S 'V N V, I Tony Bishop , f 0 i W yy XR, N X William Cassidy A X. 0 X X ti ' Al X. 9 , I Carolyn Hcxvener V 'QQ-no ff , L V Y f Fred Murken Af' SJR I tif., I lf V X45 X ,f ' Y Christopher Palmer K ' ' ,ffl 'I I f Ck jx L! fl! ' Norma Smilh ' W ' o L-QQ-:iii wir A Trlbute to the Class of GO Iust a few more days and we ll be through Brddmg our frrends good lu k cmd adreu As We walk down the hall And we hear our frrends call lt brmgs back the memor1es and thrllls Of our two wonderful years at Mrlls Some of us came from Capuchmo And sw1tch1ng we thought was qurte a blow Others came from Bur11ngame And thought exactly the same The f1rst year was really qulte hard What w1th no lockers 1n the yard' We fussed and we fumed about our plrght But fmally they were brought mto srght Then the rams came wrth the leaks galore But we drdn t know half of what was rn store Then some names we saw ln the run Dletel Phaff Blackman and Benson lunlor class cffrcers they became Now they are the names of fame Next came the Prom wrth the glrtter of gems But where was Bay Hackett and all hrs men? The teachers who were there on hand Got together and formed the band lt was truly A Dreamer s Hcllday Before we knew tt Iune was here And summer was greeted wrth good cheer We laughed and swam unt1l rt was fall We returned as Senrors proud and tall We found our classes wrthout much haste And saw all our frlends dressed rn good taste More names that won t be has beens Are Peters Buscho Nrelson and Wynne They are the Senror class motor and gears They re leadmg us through our greatest of years Yr The teachers too we ll remember well Because all of them were really swell Some of the courses made us blue But they were there to see us through To Dodge on sk1 tr1ps we drd go And skued all day up rn the snow The Olymptcs of 60 were at Squaw And those who went were held 1n awe Broken legs? There were a few Broken arms? There were those too Then 1t was March and the Semor Ball The Callforrua Club made rt fun for all We danced and laughed t1ll late at rught Then came home 1n the dawn s new lrght There were College Boards and other exams And the grades hrt us w1th a Wham We gazed at our cards wrth very sad looks Thrs was no tlme to throw away the books Those who passed were very glad And only a few were very sad Hrgh School IS over but new thlngs wrll come The Navy A1r Force and Army for some There 1S college and careers for other And a f W soon to be housewrves and mothers Before we know 1t Grad Nrght w1ll be here And more memor1es w1ll appear So as we say good luck and adreu To all of our frrends old and new We ll remember the trmes happy and sad For we are Mtlls very f1rst Grads 315 Gayle Pmcus Class of l96O 5- warts H M -is 0 7 , , ' I I I I n - I I . . - I - 1 ' I . 1 . I , ' I I V I I I I . SI . 9 ' Because the music was lively and gay, . . . I 7 C' A A. 4' -J 4 Q L 1 ' ' x + - 1 I j 1 ' , C O N 4 ' G lx A JJ, f ' f' 0? T A' X. QD ' 'L-1- .1-LC? Couples arrive for an evening of dancing at the California Country Club. '-. ,mm Ia. 13 ,:- A A 5 ,,,.,-N Mr. Coleman and Mr. Stiff welcome Iocnne Kollen, Icxn Arthur and their escorts. "A Night to Remembe .1 I V5 -'ax ,fe ?Z:wf2'1f ,: :FF rv 4.,," y A X 'AgX.s.v 'is 1 . ' 'Vg 4 N4 Seniors put their best loot forward. Semor Ball, March 4, 1960 Walt Tol1eson's band provided wonderful music cs well as entertainment during intermission. 1 gs lf: v lm E ,e tx I C 4--x f,X ,E A C753-RQ, jgfw 5 seq, kiwi Ki: ' N' lb,-sm . V 1 lf if' l l 4 KW 1 Q ,lf L f wma T',t'v , 7 NJ Llvyb 4 , -, XKLNK ,Q xx I k V EQK7-g Ll . . f We 'Fl Margareta Soderberg spent this year at Mills High School instead Renate Paumgarten came to America from Austria for the school of at Ornskoldsvik Hogre Allmanna Laroverk in Sweden through year at Mills High School through the Intemational Christian the efforts of the American Field Service program. Youth Exchange Program. ONE YEAR IN AMERICA FOR MARGARETA AND RENATE AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE CLUB FRONT HOW, left to right: Claudia Futter, Arlene Levy. Robbie Eckert, Sarah Dowell, Sandi Anderson, Sharon Kettering, Leslie Brown. Moreen Libet, Linda Durkee, Kathie James, Janet Wessell, Meredith Pitcher. SECOND HOW: Bev Olshen, Frances Brodofsky, Penny Iohnstone, Margareta Soderberg, Sharon Dietel, Dennis Wolfl, Ioni Hall, Audrey Merrick, Ioyce Hammons, Claudia Harris, Alice Dunn, Carol Lollin, Iill Evans, Leila Owen, Carol Noren. THIRD HOW: Tim Anderson, Bonnie McLaughlin, ludy Decherd, Debbie Brown, Patricia Nielson, lee Ferrarese, Dan Morley, Bruce Salvatore, Nancy Garibaldi, Pat King. Pam Marsh, Mary Ann Millsap, Nancy Haberman, Kathy I-leslin, Miss Lucille Chaikin, sponsor. FOURTH HOW: Diane Fitzsimmons. Mary Bihlmaier, Debbie Fine, Mary Packard, Lezlie Labhard, Ann Hudspeth, Karlyn Nourse, Karen Iensen, Darlene Linton, Robin Linton, Margaret Irvin, lean Cavender, Nancy Naughton, Lane Burton. ,Q t HK -BANK CF AMERICA DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS Mary Ann Millsap, Mathematics Sandra Goethe, Art Marilyn Garelick, Music Ralph Benson, English ludith Cunso, Home Economics Pmahsi m Fine Arts Finalist in Liberal Arts Chip Hatfield, Lab Science Finalist in Applied Arts Nancy Garibaldi, Foreign Lanquage Sandra Stewart. Business Leslie Meyers, Social Studies Dave Blanton. Trades and Industrial Arts 3 -3 f V4-Va -rugs- vw NATIONAL MEHIT SCHOLARSHIP l-'INALISTS Iohn Bachmun, Chip Hatfield, Suo Primos and Stvvo Maqidson Y X V lfi xxx XZ ' Wffx ISN xg! ff! Q f x I ' N N .1 ' X .fy KX-'91, S xg X xx, 175' Hi f 7 ' XML' ff: 1 .V"' iffqf Qs QDQ fz'fif'xfH Wh f,g,f1?giJ'!I 5. if .4 552m M' QM, M, Q5 mf W - LM I I -M' QM .Q wi- ,X 1" TL-. fl' 'w5.S2.f Dx .f HM H lm wr- ,Lew mx N mf- . 4'1 "v 2 4 ,f - wx-V r Sm AYX I' igcfx A7 Z idk F, Ill ' xxx 1 ,I ,' !-Qu X XX1'fi'f?f f X1 ET 'W Nf rf f5f' ' X' " X A,'A fi 1 Q 4:5547 -?"7 M " " "' 'LW k ,- 4 -m, , , ,A., -f ., , i 4 ,: .-V f X M 6? AWA , xx 4e.X 1 x 'F 'xv A 6 WG 'L W mmf? Fmah mm ii--- xxx XQII 0' 1 1 4 At. U ' 1.1- ff' f R 5 X sy -3 'If 6 if2'0,, fy XL Xi, , if I pxybrfx xx Q f" ' rf, .' --g I ' ' 1 Q XT, , , ' 424. W S ' ..-f ,I ff f .,c.',f,',., Q. XA X f' 'fl If '1 If " A ,X ,fi fff W x: ? 4 A - f , fur -m '- ' X' g w ff 'gxxw Www ,AY . f ,X ' K 'KLM' ff "1-.J'i v' M ' 'i f "lf aff ' A".'ff?'s ' 'f5s f la:' 'L f .iffil iqillli. 1,5 W Q - D 1, Xl V1 ,, 0 - S 'Fo gum fb D o X X ,Y-msd :Mu 5, vi... n ' 1 2' if R A x-A .f.,f'41"H 1 V KX I x ' xwxx l' I ' gl M '15 ,A ,, - xl Q I " ' - Q - I ' ,V Av - 5 xl, i-Q-s".-4,1 fx, iff,-l x . f .f 1254, Ng- ""? Qguh Mi We srl...-gas :if S YJ , Fall semester othcorl are left to right Steve Ottery president Sandy Anderson vice president Georgann Huhe secretary cmd Karan Iensen treasurer None so good that he has no faults 7Vone so wicked that he ls worth naught The Fall semester of 1959 was the time for the election of Iunior class officers. Chosen to lead their class through the year were: Steve Ottery president: Sandy Anderson, vice-president Georgann Buhe, secretaryg and Karen Iensen treasurer. The officers, under the guidance of their advisors, Mrs. Barbara Strong, Mr. Iean Franceschi, and Mr. Robert Palazzi, had a very successful year. They are now in the process of constructing a class constitution. Receiving the Junior Class rings was a big event for the Iuniors. Some of the Iuniors re- ceived their rings during the latter half of their Sophomore year, while the rest of them received their rings during their Iunior year. Also during the fall, the candidates for the American Field Service Program were selected. The lunior Prom is one of the most important events in the life of every lunior, and this year's dance was no exception. The theme was chosen Elder Edd 1 on a competitive basis The members of the Iunior class submitted names and a committee chose the best one The Winner received a free ticket to the Prom Iapanese Midnight submit ted by Ardie Vignati was chosen The Prom was held in the Girls Gymnasium on Friday April 22 l96O When the evening arrived everyone had a wonderful time dancing to the music of loe Marcellino and his outstanding band. At the end of Ianuary, Steve and his family moved to Chicago, Illinois. The Iuniors had an election campaign and elected Brad Schiller to the office of President for the rest of the year. Brad, along with his officers, advisors, and com- mittee chairmen Cathy Vtfhite, decorationsg Ieff Cabral, refreshments: Bose Galante, tickets and bids: Sarah Dowell, publicity: and Sandy An- derson, clean-up, helped to make the lunior Prom a dance that will long be remembered. 2 ..., K ,f 1 2 K u 5 'ef -5. f ,- 1 K. in Ny, 4' su...- 'iff 'arf 51 'E F- ' -N - J Rs 2 ,, L.. ..-4 573' f K 5' A if .- CN hw "q,...,,.1 sg 'Ql- 'N ' X 56,- '5.., f 7,1-an in Vw 'E -. fi Q, nr- 5 A 5 Er .M 'lo ff 2, SHARON ACORD SHARON ALEXANDER CAROL ANDERSON SANDRA ANDERSON NANCY ARNOLD TOM ATCHISON ARNOLD ATTELL MARILYN BACCI GARY BALLARD IEAN BALZARINI IULIE BANTA TOM BARBEE IERI BARR BARBARA BARTH IONATHAN BARTLETI' RON BASS IANIS BASSIN WALLY BATES PA'I'RICIA BEAN BONNIE BECKENHAUER FREDERICK BECKER MIKE BECKER DAVE BEHREND BE'l'I'E IO BELDA YVONNE BELL GERALD BENGSON DEXTER BENIAMIN CAROL BERTI HARRY BIDGOOD PAUL BISHOP BRIAN BIORK SHIRLEY BONZANI PAM BOXER CHARLOTTE BRACKH HERB BRENDLEN DAVE BROWN DEBORAH BROWN IEFFERY CABRAL ROBERTA CALDWELL CONNIE CAMPBELL WAYNE CAPPA MICHAEL CAREY ERIN CARMODY IOE CAVANAUGH DAN CHASE RON CHECCI IUDY COPPER CAROLYN COHEN PAT CONNEI.L MICHAEL CRAMER BOB CREAMER LEONA CRICHTON MARILYN CRITZMAN IAN CURIA GARY DALLEKE IIM DALY DIANE DAVIDSON IUDY DECHERD LENORE DQMARTINI MARY DENNINGER RON DEUCHER SHEILA DIEBERT SARAH DOWELL DON DOWLING MARTHA DOWNING RONALD DUDLEY IIM DUNCAN ALICE DUNN KATHY DUNN LINDA DURKEE TOM EDWARDS PEGGY EVANS IOHN FAULI. BILL FILIPPI DEBORAH FIN'E NANCY FITZSIMMONS SANDRA FLANAGAN PATRICIA FORD RICHARD FRANCIS GENE FRANKONI IOYCE FREEMAN MARYANN FUSTE CLAUDIA YUTTER SHARON FU'I"l"rIR ROSE MARIE GALANTE GARY GALLEGUILLOS BILL GAREHIME BARBARA GENTILE SAM GIARDINA LEE LYNNE GILLAIN R N-...I L X- Vs... it 'QW ,A QW Yr- TQ Q- RICK GIOMI LINDA GIORDANO PAMELA GODFHZY IACK GRADY IIM GRAMKAN BILL GRANDEY GREEK GRANT LELIE GUERIN MICHAEL GUNNING STEPHEN HABERMAN MIKE HALE BEVEHLEY HALL HAHLAN HALL STEVE HALL BETSY HALVARSON ANITA HAHBAK CECIL HARRELL CLAUDIA HARRIS NANCY HATFIELD IOHN HEHRELL E7 ga. 1 49" ""X CAROL HENDERSON LELAND HILL MICHAEL KELLER DIANNE KOPP IIM LINDSEY DARLENE LINTON TERI MARSHALL IOE MARSON DAN MORLEY MIKE MOUNT my' QKNQN- X' X up Y IOAN HIMMEI. IOANNE KOUMARIAN ROBIN LINTON IUNE MAS! IOHN MUHIC 'ii ,sr-in IWW TOM HOGAN KAREN KRAMER LEE LIVINGSTON WHITFORD MATHER CAROL NEEDHAM f l ike., in Zi g? ,.,. 'I ,'. 73A M if , N 41, 2' I ':2. , , 613.1 el, gx VERDA HOLLEMBEAK ADRIANNE SUSAN KUCHLENZ LELIE LABHARD BILL MACEY IOHN MACK IUDY MCCARTHY CAROL MCCLENAI MAREN NESIE CHRISTINE NIEDO IUQE W' CAROL HUBER IOAN LA MOTT BILL MACKEY ROSS MCGOWAN COLLEEN NOLAN in "F" 7x 'Pr' -xr ,pm 'QW SARAH ANN HUDSPETH ANDREW LA'l'I'U DOUG MACLEAN BILL MCPHERSON CHRIS NORLING PAT IRBER LYNDA LA VERE IANICE MAIMAN RONALD MILLER KARLYN NOURSE 42 5 1 all QB fs' KAREN IENSHN CAROL IOHNSON RICHARD IOHNSTON GERI LE FEVRE CAROL LEMBRIGHT BONNIE LINCOLN CARL MARIUCCI SHIRLEY MARSH KAY MARSHALL LYNN MINGST DIANA MOOERS LINDA MOORE EILEI-IN NUNN HELEN O'BRIEN GERRY OPIE STEVE OTTERY BARBARA OWENS MARY PACKARD RITA PAPINI 1oYcs PARDINI LAUNA PATTERSON SHERMAN PETERSON BILLIE PICKETT LARRY PICKLTT BILL PIEDMONTE CORRINA PIERSON BRIAN QUINN MARILYN RAGSDALE IOHN RAMEY CLINTON RAPLEY DON RATTO IOHN RAUDSEP SHARON RAUL DIANA RAYMOND DIANE REYNOLDS Na, CN 3. Y. . 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ROCHETTE CAROL RODMAN RICHARD ROHHEH KENNFITI ROSS NEIL ROSS RON ROSSI CURT ROTH GEORGANN RUHE KEN SALOMON BRUCE SALVATORE PAT SANTILIPO RICH SCAFIRE BRAD SCHILLER I.ONI SCHINOLER RITA SCHOEDER BOB SCHOLZ LEE ANN SCULCO DIANE SHOWALTEH WILLIAM SIDDELEY DIANE SLLVEN BEN SKOLNICK IOE SKOLNICK DIANE SMITH DAVID SMITH DONNA SLONEKER IOHN SKOVGAARD At the beginning of the s DANNY SPACKMAN NOEL SPANIER CHARLES SPANIIAN GEORGE SPANIIAN BEVERLY SPENCE NORMAN SPENCER SHARON SPINDLE CAROL STAGNARO IRIA STEIN CHARLES STEWART DAVE STOUT IACK STUART CLAUDIA STRAMBI ROBERT STYER IIM SULLIVAN IOHN SUSOEFF TOM SUSOEPF IO ANNE TEALDI IERRY THEISEN IULIA ANN THOMAS ED TICOULAT PATRICIA TILSON TRUDI TORKEISON CATHY VANONI ARDIE VIGNATI BRIAN WAHLE BOB WALKER IUDITH WAUGH VINCENT WARD RON WARNER A Change of Leaders A f ' 9 prinq semester Steve Ottery moved to Chicago, cmd Iuniors elected Brad Schiller to the otfice of President. i-.fs ?U+ l"' ' 4? 15 rf-is 4 um, 155 " I Sm F' EDWIN WEST IEAN WEST CATHERINE WHITE GAYLE WHITE BRETT WHITELAW SHERRYL WILD BONNIE WILLIAMS IOY WINKLEMAN IUDY WOLFE JOHN WOODCOCK LINDA ZANON TOM ZITZER f?'7"'Tx"lf,," ' "- -W , -sf --1, V' Q an Q f,.fAtMN . ing- 3., , rv. n fm.. , x , A -1-. 4,1 M .. .A A A X ALM, "' ' n-f Q , ,"' W' 1 ,M , ,Qf 1.47, 1. f ,' ' 'y- f W , 4411, ffl' .A Ji 'f'Zi3ss-,fs-ma, , ima:-A M M. . - ' "' .-. 5 V'5.,yff,-s, - 4,-,,,,, ww ,-ga, .1-.va-i:fcW.1M., . mxfdwf qgfft? 'av 'Z-Y m1""',. x,f:w 'v fvifffgeti. if ' 1-21-,Q wg' TJ QF: 5 ,, 4 , 1 0' 5? gn fjb 'lk' . , is www .wiv , jkf f" Q25 N 435-M5 f ' if J warm " 'YS Class ol 1962 Sitting on the lawn discussing their coming activities are sophomore Class Oificers: Iohn Hartford, presi- deni: Carol Ann Mark. secretary: Iill Ienkinson, treasurer: and Iulie Rothschild. vice-president. 5 i gi Ml' 11- . 5 Q, - f C N r WE, y 3 D W i im, B., :,,. ' R L x 2 . Sf ...W .ff .fr , Qjj 5 :41 .. . . an M It ,Jn - i as i g. X -A 1" Y J CA Hn 'ffmf' R 3 QD'-" g . ,, i "Wi" 5 R s ' i ' D W . 'X ,f ' V KM D 75593 iss. Q i M 3i,V,'v,,s My ' 'fr ., ,Q f k in .1 X ., .zv , A: M ,nl 2 ia -H ' 'E A ,. 4 'S ! I in Sw' What man would swear cannot be done,-- Must not be hoped for,-the great Power on high Can give into his hand, in easy mastery. The Sophomore Class of 1962 has done many things to be proud of. One of the first things they did was elect Class Officers. They are Iohn Hart- ford, president: Iulie Rothschild, vice-president: Carol Ann Mark, secretary: and Iill Ienkinson, treasurer. The Sophomore Class has been unique in be- ing the only class to have a Class Cabinet. The members include: Bill Prevot, Helen Nicholson, Tom Peters, Iecm Cavender, Pat Billig, Brent Os- borne, Lewis Linington, and Sherilyn Green. This Cabinet helps to bring ideas to the attention of the Class Officers. By having this Cabinet, more students in the Sophomore Class are rep- resented and more ideas about what the stu- . . ELDER EDDA dents would like to see accomplished are pre- sented at the meetings of the officers and Cabinet. The Class Cabinet helped the officers plan the Sophomore Dance which was held on Friday, March 18, 1960. The dance was held in the Cafe- teria, and the music was provided by Iulio Erwin's combo, and songs played and sung by Ierry Engbretson. The planning and carrying out of this dance and other activities could not have been accom- plished without the help of their wonderful ad- visors, Mrs. Doris Benson, Mr. Arlen Kennedy, and Colonel Woodson Hocker. IOHN ACKERMAN ALLAN ADAMS ROGER ALTMAN DOUG AMATO DAVE ANDERSON IANIS ANDERSO PRISCILLA ANDERSON GEARY ANDREWS RNASON IOHN A PAT ARSENAULT PAM ATWOOD LEILA AUW EUGENE AUDEHNAC HEIDI BACCALA DEANNA BALDI WILLIAM BARBANICA MARTHA BARTLEIT IOHN BEAGLE RONALD BEAN MICHAEL BEEBY IANE1' BEAR DIANE BELDA DENNIS BALLEITO KATHY BENEDICT GARY BENIAMIN GARY BENTLEY CHABLENE BBT NICK BILABDELLO PAT BILLIG CHRIS BIONDI V M., M, E, :z . ' - Alf: U t W2 " 'iii uf an 'H 1 . T" Ty , fr 5 K i' 2 ig.. JQ-L: , ggi i. Us I Z M 1: Q' ' , H-.,. . 4 ,W U t 1 K' xx., 5 K f' K 'MQ if Q, ai " 1 G' QTY 4 Qt S31 3' Q wr ?' 'Q 'M ff fs gmt x ,H my 3 I 1. M 1, w. se .Aw ' 1 . 7? 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' X My ,, an Z ' "I f , '55 ., 'QF ' 'WX , v. ,.:.:f,j:' .5 Al' 5 "'Y,.,,I .... . I .- . - 5, v s ---f z ..:.,,:-. :h-:E:,,,:,:.,:.' -' j. ,. .E HA-fgjxw-Q1 X 11+ N ' A Q 17" ,pai I fn , : HE 4 w N2 'X X Aan-g,'fg dm 4 1 'Q 'K I Y if a n g,xQ"' 3' , , 3 Hi wa? 1'1" Hwy MW M4 1 wr g m 5: 1 if M3 , .... I ,. .. , , 7, ,, ..f. ..f. 4' wwf : 'effiff' " f K' mf . .4 ,.,. , , My , ,f A2 Z' -f.. yy hnmn W , , A,,A - , 5 z R I in 5 x f if .,,A.' . if ffl, X Y ,fun .HFHX I ? s M E f R Q ""' is 'I -, ""'w,l nf 5 x ..-.- V Q ., F 5, fi . J.. . 1 .Vkv milf" Y' zz? f 5 X 3 5 ..,. f ' ,mc ' ,W Mmg ay 'mi ff in 5 3 Q' 'H-.N i E . 44" E, Z W ,Z 52, . M53 Z. fwikEQWWW4 13, ,M MN .aim Ss' Z '79yi 'il J 5 WWMWMQMMQ SHARON VANGELISTI IAMES VAN HOFTEN IUNE WIEDBR CHESTER WILLIAMS DEANNA YOUNG EDWARD ZOLLIN 51' 1+ .Er X W Q 'way BETTE VEHSEH BETTY WINKLKR WARD ZUMSTEG JOHN WARD BARBARA WOODCOCK ,un 'bn-1 vga? JANET WESSE WYLIE YATE ,sr During the fall, officers for the Class of 1963 were elected. 'I'hey were Gary Neuse, president: Bob Howell, vice-president: lo Ann McCline, secretary: and Sharon Pincus, treasurer. I nm-0 was young and traveler! alone. I met arwlfzvr and Ilrouglzt nz-vself rich. Man. is the joy of man. The first view of Mills High School which most of the members ot the Class of l963 qot was dur- inq the confused, hectic Freshman Campus Day on September 4, l959. On that day incominq Freshmen were introduced to their faculty ad- visors: Miss Virginia Emery, Mrs. Bertha Ode- qard, and Mr. Roy Drury. Student leaders spoke to them about Mills and took them on a tour of HERINE ABBOTT MATTHEW AKERS DAVID ALGER MARGARET ALLEN DON ARATA BARBARA ARMSTRONG IAMES ARTEEROS BOB AUSANO . ELDER Emu the school. After the tour, they all enjoyed an afternoon of swimminq in the pool. The Freshman Class, the largest class at Mills with 303 members, elected as its leaders Gary Neese, president: Bob Howell, vice-president: lo Ann McCline, secretary: and Sharon Pincus, treasurer. The underclassmen have spent most of their first year qettinq acquainted with new activities and new friends at Mills. LYNNE ALMAND MARTHA ANDREEN IANICE AYANIAN KAREN BALDRA J, I . 46 af? GLEN BALLARD IANICE BEVINGTON CAMERON BROWN IACK CHILLEMI MICHAEL DALTON I 2 M 4 W ss A f Q, w ., 1:1 .M ,N -.-6 . 1 I RALPH BARBIERI BARBARA BISHOP EUGENE BROWN WINTON CLEARY CATHERINE DAVIS 'R ,bmw . A 1 . , A 'EQ' fy Wig, . RICHARD BARCA BARRY BLOOM LAURALYN BROWN ROBERT COCHRAN CHRISTOPHER DAY NINA BARR SI-IARA BLOOM MARILYN BROWN IEANNE COFFER LYNN DEEDLER wwf HE: uxa l V! S ., 52 ff' 5. n .. 1, A - ,W . ., ,:,. , f -. -mg,-1:2 1121. 1. 4 5- 1' I Q, f. ,Y LYNNE BEALE CHARLES BONILLA BILL BUCKINGHAM SHIRLEY COEFEY LORRAYNE DeMARTINI DICK BECK CAROLYN BOTTA GARY BUTTON WAYNE COFFEY MARLENE DeSELL ,": I f' T'-2-1 ' I" VXI 2' Q19 , Q 3 '51, 1 BONNIE BELDA CHERYL BENEDETTI KATHLEEN BENSON RIANNE BOTTORI' PATRICIA BOYD HARVEY BOYSEN BETH CALLOW TOM CARNEY DENNIS CASSIDY IOAN COGNETTA FRANK COSTAMAGNA IAMES COYNE IOHN DHUYVETTER HELEN DILLUII - - 1, ' ' ' A ffl? QA 3' 'S I 'I ' -Af , fi '-if V f . 5 47. 'iv 111.2324 QQ RALPH DOMENICI 3 Km.-v "WWW" -.. LA ' 1 4. , , ,, ,, ,, H 55.5 THOMAS BERG SUSAN BRACKEN FRED CATTANEO PATRICIA CRAMER PATRICIA DONNELLY vi sw. 1 iff. n i" Y 51 g, +I., 1 ,,... Ex, ik, A . if? .,, A if gffir Q If fl a s f Z i A 3 if X4 'E' Mfg, V ? f 4 W X, qw V 1 if 'A ' I zz, ' I 4a 4 ,X f 3 4 if . SZ' I BOB BERNARD MARILYN BRACKER IAMES CAUSEY LINDA DAHLINGER FRANK DOVIE gy Q if ir l .VX 'Z C-wg I A 4 ' :if In i A EXW K I ctr, iw U? My , i! 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Q 4 .1 2 'Q' f 443 MICHAEL NEWMAN BRUCE PARSONS SUZANNE QUANDT IOHN SCAFIRE ELAINE SHEPARD MARCIA STEGER .,,.. flwkt, .ly ,4. at CN Q we-Wy, I l, :F NH W f., 5 'Q-vw - sqff DOUGLAS NIEISEN GAI'L PATRICK SHARON RAEF IOE SCALLON ARTIMESA SIDES IOANNE STEIN .Q fy, ' YL:- 9 M vm, 3 . Qsp DENNIS NOLAN DAN PAULUCCI ROY RAGGHIANTI DARREL SCHERRER TOM SILVA IOEL STEIN Z , Q I 1 7 I I I ,, " 5' A ix, mo' ,gs I l J, , 4 Wi rt 3 I I fw N4 , ,H r 3 -1 .- W X I ROGER NORDBY LINDA PERIGO IOAN RANSON ROBERT SCHMIDT GREGG SINDICI CHARLOTTE STEINMETZ .1 2 Ax il 1 f Iii M? if X ji, EARLEEN NORDEN SUSAN PFARRER STEVE RAUL HERMAN SCHNEIDER CHARLOTTE SMITH SUSANNE STEPHENS ,px if-' Ir., ' 'WMI 'Z' Seb ,Nd ,Q 42" fx f 'L on V,,.i l Q V. ' I 11,-,fgzw L 1 ' f . M - M,-,,,MM, L L.. WI: LAURA STEWART GERALD THOMAS CHARLENE VELIA RICK WACHTER CHARLES WESTBROOK GENE WOODS U" .. LEA ,yu-, .Q jg L Q lb lr R., ,Q any QQ ROBERT STEWART RONALD THOMAS BONNIE VENDIG BARBARA WALKER DOUG WHITE COURTNEY ZITELLI is ... 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MU Ill-'M Y ' ffiigv i :Lv A- -gLi .i,,..Qf' it 'V 5rd frkrln 33 bdellvkbag xx' gb fi -' ,fp 1 ig. 3 .522 15 31421 A 4 'Fl ,Q ' U32 x 1 r X ff, .J f A , 5 J ! if K 1 x A !lx A 522,334 A lj 2- '41 4' Q iff , W, , a -,Vw J, s'A Mifx 25' Q' p , .4 wfliff J 4 qw- eai' 'fi' 3 x ffl- J ,J3 ' 5 I A , . ,, gif if mg gm I 62 ps -4' V A 45 , 'O ' 1 - ' ' avi' 6 ' r " I' f Ame?-?f'as ,V vii r n -v VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD - 1959 FRONT ROW, left tn right: Rich Ielteries, 25: Steve Maq'dson, 31: Ioe Skoinick, 30: Tom Edwards. 22: Larry Pickett, 21: Dave Hall, 32: Ralph Dickinson, 17: Dave Noiziqer, 39: Wayne Cnppa, 42: Dan Cwens, 50: Tom Barbee, 38: Ierry Schwab, 58: Iohn Nystrom, 11: Dave Overhulser, 37: John Muhic, 47: Terry Meqarqee. 14. CENTER: Conch Lehmkuhl, Coach Tidwell cmd Coach Tho:-esfn. BACK ROW: Gene Srattini. 20: Geary An- drews, 36: Rich Morgan, 24: Brian. Wcxhle, 33: Lcn Bachmcn, 52: Ifshn Mr-Furland, 54: Rudy Morones, 53: Ed Venturi, 47: Dave Joost, 34: Lou Klemme, 51: Bill Cm-ehime 4": Howard Sundberg, 55: Steve Netherby, 15: lchn Bachmcm, 59: Ron Rcssi, 57: Tom Atchison, 35. Mills Y , ii,l3 Mills 3 6 Cubberly 32 Scm Mateo ,,,, 25 Mills ., 3 U Mills 25 Capuchino . 7 Hillsdale i, 27 DAVE NOFZIGER DAVE IOOST HOWARD SUNDBERG RICH IEFFERIES '55 9' .gqx Sa 5 .- A l , Q-is - 4 50"- L ,ay .1 " A '19 ""D. www x iv.. Q .29 S 1 tif' H m,Xy,1', 1. N 'g yr X , ' ,-, -f ,P i., Mg? 45. ,ig ,7 3 ' ' : , Y f A 1 H 'nfl ,Q -W :M X ' , ,w:,.af , Jgdfkx 4 ,f sg fr. 1 R 4 1 f Iumor Varsxiy Fooiball Squad FRONT ROW lei! to nqht B111 Putzke Chet Wxllmms Phxl Flescher Bob Peterson Lewxs Lmmngton Marty Durham Ixm Van Hoften lack Rochette B111 Sherfy BACK ROW Bxll Mayer Mzke Mandelson Iohn Fcxrella Russ Bxqelow Rxchurd Rohrer Bull Mclnerney Iohn Levy Wyull Eushs Dave Nunno Sherman Peierson Dennxs Davrs and Churhe Pcxdron Jumor Varslty Ends Season Wlth V1otor1es As the football season for 1959 drew to a close the lunror Varsrty Football Team had become a powerful Contender rn league corn petrtron The season opened wrth losses to Capuchlno C7 UD Hrllsdale C20 l4l and Ieffer son C25 61 The most exomnq contest of the s a the frrst quarter and Hlllsdale retalraled to he the qarne The score was tred aqarn dunnq the econd quarter At the heqrnnrnq of the last perrod Hrllsdale scored The srtuatron are-w tense as the clock trcked away Mrll had the hall dunno the fmal seconds but wa unable to score The last qames wrth San Mateo and Westmoor were d9C1S1VQ V1C1OTl9 for the Vrkrnqs wrth scores of lil 7 and l9 O son was the Hillsdale qame. Mills scored in ' D . '. s Freshmen Show Strength at Seasons End Havrng been warned by the coaches to expect a physrcal workout durmg the year the frosh settled down to a season that began slowly but ended br1ll1antly In the frrst game of the season Mllls held Capuchlno scoreless untrl the last mm ute and a half of play but fmally lost 7 O The most exc1t1ng game for the yearlmgs accordmg to Coach Herbert Comstock was the second game of the season w1th H1llsdale The freshmen tallred therr frrst score rn thrs game but fmxshed on the short end of a 20 l4 fmal The worst game of the year was the 25 6 loss to Iefferson ln the coaches oprnlon everythrng possrble had gone wrong for therr team m thrs game Only after three defeats d1d the freshmen put together a wmnmg effort W1th Mrlls leadmg 7 O unt1l almost the last two mmutes of play the Vrkmgs scored another touchdown to make the score l3U W1th thrs lead and wlth the clock trckrng away all team members were g1ven val uable game experience San Mateo scored m the last play of the game to brlng the fmal score to 13 7 an excrtmg 1n1t1al vrctory for the frosh The last game of the season was another w1n for Mrlls After bu1ld1ng up a three touchdown lead 1n the frrst half the freshmen played defensrve ball to defeat Westmoor 19 O Although the team won only the last two games of the season both coaches were very happy wrth the development of the frosh squad The team expertence of thls club should be of great value to next year s Var stty and Iunlor Varsrty squads BOTTOM BOW left to nqh! Bob Hammond Robert Howell Irm Arteseros Ixm Gentry Phll Smith Rxchard Fxsher Ieii Sexd Sheldon Gersh Frank Costamagna Hxchard Barca Bob Schmidt Hxchard Stxller Mxke Tl k C DkBkMhlRdllI Dke Gr x son SECOND ROW Coach Herbert Comstoc Ixm oyne IC ec xc an o e an u s eq Smdxcx Roger Nordby B111 Buckmgham Gary Herren Don Hemy Steve Halden Courtney Zxtelh Steve Ercolxnl and Coach Kenneth Graham TOP ROW Lynn Deedler Bob Ausano Brent Myers Steve Frankonl Ralph Domemcl Robert Magxdson Ixm Terrel Bob South Bruce Day Doug Nxelsen Chet Lane and Vxncent Muzzx ann- "W v 1 1 - 1 I 1 y 7 L. ' - ' 7 s. . I ' . 1 , . . . . , . 1 , : , . , 1 , . . , . . , , . : , . , , . , , , . . . . I , . 1 . . , . . . , . . . . K! ' . 1 . , - 5 jx!!! TTFLQX 4, 'x V N Z 7 Tx ffl 7 x lmiigallz 1 4 ' .1- Varsity Practice Games Mills 4l, Buscher 397 Mills 48, Hall Moon Bay lg? Mills 32, Burlingame l5: Mills 42, Capuchino 437 Mills 33, San Mateo 582 Mills 32, Tennyson 46f Mills 45, Woodside 25f Mills 40, lames Loqaii 387 Mills 37, Campbell 347 Mills 45, Ralf boa SU: Mills 37, Sequoia 47. Tom-us Team FRONT ROW loft to right Chns Day Dan Pauluccx Gordon Spnnger lxm Llghtbody Dave Turner BACK ROW Coach Sol Tasman Captaxn Rich Ale! Dave Stem Lewxs Lxnmnglon Charlie Browne and Brad Schxller Spnng Sports Complete lntersohool Cornpetttton Netmen Enter PAL Golfers Face League The Mtlls H1gh tenms team under the dtrec tton of Coach Sol Tesman was anttctpattng tts 1n1t1al vars1ty year Although the squad shows great promtse for the 1960 season rnexper tence 1n varstty competttlon IS a dtsadvan tage W1th a team composed of lower class men except for one senlor and one tumor Coach Tesman felt that Mtlls should be able to challenge other PAL foes for a tennls crown 1n the next two years At press ttme the Varslty Golf team was holdmg a second place tn league standxng Wtth a team mcludmg one tumor two sopho mores and one freshman Coach Ttclwell pre d1cts a brlght future tn varstty competmon The team s number one man 1S senlor leff Bell Golf Team LEFT TO RIGHT Coach Ixm Tldwell Inhn McFarland Bob Solomon Iack Chollerrl Dave Behrend and Tom Iohnson 91 . 5 I -in 4 t Y f v W.. X 1. ! N , ' : 'l - , '5 - - 'u . 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Varsxty Baseball BOTTOM ROW leh to nqhi Tom Edwards Dave Ioost Ioe Cavanaugh Bxll Prevot Gena Scaihnx SECOND ROW Hlch leifenes Iohn Blevens Ken Ross Dave Stout Ron Waxner Mxke Carey TOP ROW Coach Wxlllam Herron Denms Ioost EdT1coulal Stan Abraham Sieve Nelherby Nell Rose Hersehlders Face League Foes 1 e 1 Sl ' 1 f W1l IGIII is Jfll Il C1flC9d mason ACCO11 G 1 Q 1: 1 fLllId plane lI'l Pe11r15,11u A1111 Lelque The PGI y praQt1c'e ended Wllh e nm, Q11 bees Tle VlL r y over Sequc1a Cl HQ ly 1+-1111 led team 111 N rlf Gl1fC'lI'l1U fifmonetroted ED TICOULAT RICH IEFFERIES Bll.L PHEVOT 1 14p1d 1m, mvement ier the V1k1nqs The VGYSITY s top mfn IH 1ude Rmb Ifffenes who made All Lecque Snor ste, year cmd Tom Edwards the teams leadmq hurler W1th at lecxs flV9 leftfrmen re1um11'1q pr sprcts fm next vear a e l nqht DAVE IOOST n .rg D us' Varsny Track BOTTOM HOW left to nghl Wmton Cleary Rudy Morones Ilm Cox Ierry Engbretson Dale Rxchurds and Gary Neese MIDDLE ROW Iohn Halpm Dan Owen Elvm Burr Bob Bean B111 Bcrbcmcc and Iohn Fcxrellc TOP ROW Coach Frank Walsh Ed Ventun Bncxn Wuhle Bull Fxhppx Tom Atchison Tom Barbee Lynn Deedler and Coach Gene Toqnetix M COX 880 GARY NEESE spnnts ED VENTURI shot put TOM BARBEE 440 TOM ATCHISON sprmts ... y M1113 Spectators Led ln Songs and Yells A schools sp1r1t 1S encouraged greatly by rts cheerleaders and pompon grrls Mrlls Hrgh Schools Varslty Cheerleaders had the maror role 1n developmg school sprnt a spzrrt Whrcn was demonstrated at our games durrng the year Head cheerleader lont Smlth was accompanred by ass1stants Ioan Fagnanr Connre Campbell Caryl Sargentr and Lmda Hennmg These pep py cavortmg grrls helped Wtth the composmg and executron of sprrrted cheers From the mo ment they were chosen the trve grrls have had a trmeeconsumrng and tatrgumg Job We owe many thanks to our VGfS11Y Cheerleaders tor leadmg the yells at the games wrth never endrng Splflf and energy Addrng to the drsplay of color and garety at our games were the pompon grrls shakmg therr golden pompons to the muslc ot Mr Hall and Vcnstty Chnrlecxders hrs straw hat band These talented grrls Bon me Mclsaughlm Kathre Blackman Kathy Whtte Sandy Longmore and Drane Srlven have g1v en a great deal of t1me to uplrftmg the enthusr asm of Mrlls students Wrth therr excellent rou tmes they formed a drsplay ot Scarlet and Gold and symbolrzed the outstandmg sp1r1t ot Mllls The lumor Varsrty Cheerleader squad was composed ot Sarah Flanders Kathy Benedtct Pam Atwood and Drane loanou These grrls d1d a spectacular Job ot cheermg therr teams tc vrctory These sprrrt leaders the cheerleaders and po npon gtrls have been custodrans ot school the year leadmg spectators rn both wmnmg and losmg causes loan Faqncmi Caryl Scxrqentx Iom Smxth Head Cheerleader Lznda Henmng and Conms Campbell 'X...,f L 1 I - ' - . spilrit at Millsland have done a tine job during 1 'vw ' , ' 1 1 I 1 f I X . XA 1 1 x ref A X! t f 5 X " ST ' ' f 5 , 1 A S X f , ff N AIN -ff' has A 'Y ,.-. 15,4 3' Photographer catches Pompon girls with their best toothpaste smiles Pictured above left to right Diane Silven Kathie Blackman Cathy White Sandy Lonqmore and Bonnie McLaughlin Pempen Glrls Cheerleaders Symbehze V1k1HQ Splflf Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Pictured below. lett to right: Sarah Flanders. Diane Ioanou, Pam Atwood. and Kathy Benedict. -'vt , YM Award Winners Pictured above are three girls who received their awards at the G.A.A. banquet. Mrs. Ioyce Bestall, chair- man of the Girls' Physical Education Department, congratulates Pat Nielson, Maren Nesie, and Francis Brodotsky on earning enough points to receive a "Block M." A G.A.A. pin, the highest award for a partici- pant, was awarded to Mary Ann Millsap, Ellen Hull, and Ioni Hall. Stars were received by Debbie Brown. Alice Dunn, Launa Patterson, Nancy Hatlield, Ellen Hull, and Ioni Hall. The third highest award. a "Block M" was presented to Francis Brodoisky, Maren Nesie, and Pat Nielson. Mills Girlsftthietic Association COOKIE MERCHANT Vice-President SANDY LONGMORI-I Secretary . 'K' ' ,f x can PAT BILLIG Sophomore Representative CHARLOTTE STEINMETZ Freshman Representative V7 ROCKY GRANT Iunior Representative ANN COOPER Senior Representative P Q. R' W, -S t ya - 1, -,n -Zu'l' gunna' QQQIQ' gueugl' ,.n-.as MARY ANN MILLSAP President i f 'I it W 'N 7 hw 2 'AJ W- f1'R"fw,s-Q 1 Vw , N M' ,Sy N312 Manager Carol Stagnaro gives the girls the word to start the game. Afternoon Amozons Eorn Points, Letters, Pins Playing an exciting game of volleyball are, left to right: Diane Smith, Carol Hubert, Sharon Alexander, Rose Galante, Ian Curia, Indy Waugh, Iudy McCarthy, cmd Karen Kramer. K kph.. .l Trying different techniques before their badminton game are Alice Dunn, Debbie Brown, Claudia Putter, and Debbie Fine. IOI Hockey Basketball Hockey basketball and tennrs are three ot the nraror sports 1n the Glrls Athletrc Assocra ton program Much actrvrty has been ev1dent th s year rn all three of these sports Manager for each of these sports were lonr Hall hockey Carol Staqnaro basketball and ludy Dechard tennls Kathle Blackman Debble Brown Alrce Dunn Claudta Putter Marrlyn Garelrck lonl Hall Adrranne Holmer Ellen Hull Sharon Ket and Tenms Awards terrnq Maureen Lrbet Mary Ann Mrllsap Launa Patterson and D1ane Reynolds recerved awards for therr partlcrpatron 1n hockey RGCGIVIIIQ awards for therr skrll ln basketball were Mary Packard Debbre Brown Mar1lynCr1tzman ludy Dechard Lmda Durkee Debbre F1ne Claudla Putter Claudxa Harrrs Nancy Hatileld Lezlre Labhard and Al1C9 Dunn Tennrs tltallsts were Karen lensen and D1ane Parker Late Afternoon Warfare One place on the Campus that is quite a credit to Mills is the qirl's atlif letic field where many of the after school battles were staged. 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' no V Y wr' - M . , W., ....- V Dances and Queens For the tall semester the M1lls Boys Assocranon better known as MBA was under the d1rect1on of Mr Allen Dean ot Boys To start the sernester pres1dent Tyler Wllson and hrs cabr net presented another f1ISl at Mllls the Grlcl Classtc a football dance whrch w1ll surely become a tradrtron lonr Srnrth was crowned M1lls f1ISl Gnd Queen by Lou Klernme co cap tarn of the varsrty football team Tc add to the gay atmosphere ot the eve mng red and blue spotlrqhts created a vrolet tlnted qyrnnasmrn whrch was decked mn long streamers Durmq the spnnq semester Mr Er nest Hrckson assumed the dutres of dean of boys at Mrlls and rnhented the sponsorshxp ot MBA The tlnal ac l1V1ll9S of the year were hlqhhahted by a Bohernlan Dance planned by Presrdent Dave Asqurth and h1s oft1cers Gnd Queen and Atiendanls SEATED left to nqhi Cathy Whrte pnncess Ion: Smnh Gnd Queen Joan Fagnanx princess STANDING Mrchelle Lawrence prmcess Dawne Rxlter prmcess 1111 Ienkm son prmcess MBA Ofhcers Sprmq Semester STANDING lei! to rxqh! Davs Smnh treasurer Ixm Rxchardson Iunlor representahve Whrl Mather secre tary lack Grady vxce presxdent Pele Hale Senior representatxve SEATED Presxdent Dave Asquxih NOT PICTURED Bob Howell Freshman representahve Bren! Osborn Sophomore representauve ,ak 'Y I07 I , , - f - , 1 . . . , . I - . , r - - , , : . : . : . . : , : . : - . : . : ' ' , ' ' : ' . - : . : . - ' V H11 7 ., eh ', A ML , jr 4!,, 3 , , 1 5 MGA Cabxnot SEATED let! to nght Carol Henderson Ton Gutwoxn Marqarela Sodorborg Anna Harbak Lynn Musso Ga le Pxncus and Iud Cuneo STANDIN Mar Donmn er Leno e DsMat 1 K thloe K ll b 1' Kath y y y g 1' rm a n u on u q y Heshn Advxsor MISS Dawne Bernhardt Ixll Evans Penny Lawrance Ga1l Patnck Barbara Hull Kathy Benson Mills Girls Assoclatlon With a year of success and experience behind it Mills Girls Association had begun a second year of activities under the direction of Dean Dawne Bernhardt Early in the fall semester many girls applied to be on the MGA cabinet Those applicants were then interviewed and rudged on their scholarship activities and en thusiasm After a direct election of the remain ing candidates the sixteen girls began opera tion with the addition of two honorary members exchange students Margareta Soderberg and Renate Paumgarten The inauguration of the Mills Girls Associa tion s new cabinet members took place on Octo ber 21 at MGA s first assembly of the year Pat Nielson last years president called the meet ing to order and passed the gavel to the new president ludy Cuneo The cablnet members garbed in new uniforms red lumpers and white blouses were then introduced Presentation of uniforms to the two foreign exchange students and honorary cabinet members Margareta So derberg and Renate Paumgarten followed. The first event the cabinet undertook was the bolstering of the treasury through the sale of programs at the football games. The major fund raising protect of the semester 1nvolved the sale of Viking stationery with the proceeds desig nated for the scholarship fund To add fun and amusement to the spring se rnester the cabinet spent a day at Stanford Uni versity where members enroyed a bicycle tour a visit to the new Medical Center a tour of the book store a tour of a girls dormitory and a luncheon on campus During the year the cabinet added an informa tive aspect to their weekly meetings by hearing different members of the faculty talk on specific interests Mr Tognettr spoke on the operation and care of automobiles Mr Palazzi discussed the attractions and entertainment available in the Bay Area Numerous activities were conducted which were open to all girls The highlight of the year was the very successful girl ask boy Christmas formal Fantasy 1n Frost The Dad Daughter fun night a program inaugurated last year was held in April and gave glrls an opportunity to socialize with their fathers. The final event of the year a senior tea honoring the graduating girls of Mills was in the planning stage at press time. 1-5, Q ri Bxrthdcxy Group Leaders Presxdenis snhng ld! to nqh! Rohm Lmton Bonme Beckenhauer Nancy Haberman Manlyn Hemy Secre lanes standmq left Io nqht Marcxa Sieqer Sandy Siewart Sarah Hahn Debbxe Fxne Margaret Irvm Cfflcers of MGA Presrdem VICE-PT9S1dGHT Secretary Treasurer Pubhclty Hospuczhty Iudy Cuneo Gayle Pmcus Lynn Muse, Amtcx Harbclc Terr Gutwem Carol Hendereorm Chnslmas Carolmq Cahforma Style V .- M. f Qu, at k 1 - vi S , 2 mn f" ' 1 . fx V V U X W2 " 1 rf i' ff-N f " D bow Nl wmlef' 2 4 xllf f wg? JN Q K9 ' vrcxr DANNING IAN cormon Mr-znrrnrrr-1 KEYS '- - "' Q, ---fl Semester Business Manager Editor of Thunderbolt Assistant Edltor arance Thunderbolt Completes Second Year aurdance of our edrtor Ionr Smsth and advrsor Mr Palazzr The lO6U Asqard IS the result of the efforts of the entrre yearbook class both semor and Junror staff Thunderbolt f-lavrng to qo to press every other Tuesday for 36 weeks IS the terrrfymq yet challenqmq task that faced each member of the Journahsm class Under the drrectron of Mrs Nancy Cossrtt adV1sor the paqe edrtors assrqned storres placed them on paqe dummres and checked frnol copy for all materral rn the Thunderbolt Headlme wrrtmq readmq frnal proof and drs trrbutlon ended the cycle rn the productron of the school paper Each staff member whether an edrtor or a re porter played a necessary and lmportant role rn the productron of the school paper It was throuqh the efforts of all these people that the Thunderbolt was rn bed on trme durmq the year BOTTOM ROW left to nqht Pat Bxllxq Sue Fazackerly lecxnette Kennedy Sharon Putter SECOND ROW Sharon Gxblm Dxane Rxcaud Pat Sanhlxpo Sharon Alexander Rxta Papmx Nancy Hnherman lohn Levy TOP ROW Mrs Cossxtt Lexla Auen Bob Cramer Sieve Haberman B111 Grandey Pete Hale Mxsh McCabe 31' r .af I fa-ff' if 4 it if l X A 3? A u 5' W- 5 Q15 ni .1 af R kv ' x I af 5 'I gfa ,,,!,,,,, , 'f I Vrkxng Orchestra LEFT TO RIGHT Kalhxe Benson Ieanene McM1llan Lmda Dahhnqer Sue Hammersten Mr Allan Clark Duane Harrls Charlotte Smxth Carol Lemhrxqht Dave Smrth Ioyce Hammons Sharon Henderson Dou Milne Marlene Desellum Barbara Huff Darlene Lmton Moreen Llbet Ieanne Colfer Lynne Schoenfel Leslne Brown and Bonme Beckenhauer Muslc Department Stresses Performance, Pellsh lntermedxate Band BACK TO FRONT left to nght Roger Altman Blll Barbamca Tom Berq Ixm Byrnes hm Cappa Mxke Dalton Kent Dyson Rrck Ernst Al Erwm Ixll Evans Marxan Flanders Beverly Gray Mxke Hale Betsy Halvarson Allen Havens Gary Herrera Mary Kennehck Ixm McLaugh1m Harry McNay Glen Mrslcel Rrchard Morn Dave Nolzrger Lxnda Perxgo Txm Pxckens Ed Rodgers Ie!! Seld Nancy Iones Doug Whxie Ed Zollxn Bw f .,,., W v V ' -M i . , V M 1 I 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n n 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Mrlls Hxgh School Marchmq Band Davxd Alger Martha Andersen Davrd Anderson Amold Attell Bon Bass Bette Io Belda Pat Brshop Kathre Blackman Harvey Boysen Fran Brodoisky lack Chrllemr Claue- Cohendet Claudette Cole Bob Cramer Mlchael Cramer Marxlyn Cntzman Iuho Erwin Iun Faull Mcmlyn Garelxck Walt Haderer Lmda Harqht Claudla Harns Jeff Hayne Carol Hendersen Walter Hrll Tom Hoey Allan Kems john Kxllen Chet Lane Herb La Mott Ioan La Mott Andrew Lattu Susan Lee Robm Lrnton Lee Lxvmgston Al Ludwxgsen Aurora Martmez lack Masarle hm Mxller Rudy Morones Tom Neel Phrllp Nemec Iohn Nystrom Kathxe OBrien Dave Overhulser Susan Pfarrer Sherman Peterson Tom Podgoretsky Dawne Rxtter Ken Ross Ken Solomon Bruce Salvatore Laurre Schoenteld Dorthy Smxth Gordon Sprmger Guy Steacy Lmda Wahle Iohn Ward lean West Charles Westbrook Brett Whrtlaw Iefi Winters hm Lindsey OHCHETHA IN RIIHEARSAI. -no Acappella BOTTOM ROW left to rxght Bonme Vendxg Iudy Baldwin Denxse Mahoney Kathy Nuno Kathy Grail Trudr Torkelson Colleen Nolan Marty Bartlett Arleen Marluccx Dawne LaBeau and Gayle Reynolds MID DLE ROW Dons Kxnyon Ioyce Freeman Ann Ternll Kathleen Kullenberg Carol Ann Mark Kay Marshall lan Curia Ioy Ann Harns lean Cavender Gail Patrxck Ardxs Townsend loyce Pardmr Nancy Owens Iudy Ferner Iudy Heins TOP HOW Mr Allan Clark lohn Davls Rxck Morton Mary Vanderxee loy Wlnkleman Sarah Atkxnson Val Garay Gall Tanner Betty Wmkleman Dennis Marshall Maren Nesie Valene Von Dohren Iulxo Erwm Mxke Cavalli A cappella and Straw Hat Band Smg and Play tcnr Students Straw Hat Band BOTTOM ROW left to nght Frances Brodoisky Claxre Cohendet Al Havens Walt H111 Iames Faull TOP ROW Lee Lxvxngston Thomas Berg Charles Westbrook Harvey Boysen Rudy Morones gf f Nw. N. Enthusiasm Builders Under the capable instruction of Mr. Dwight l-lall, head of Mills Music Depart- ment, and Mr. Allan Clark, the choral groups and bands spent many hours preparing for musical performances. The marching band performed for the rirst time at the football games display- ing the new uniforms which were red with gold hrocade. Mills band has nlayed for the students at assemblies and at the Christmas program. On March 5, Mills High was represented for the first time at the University of California Music Festival at Berkeley. Pictured at the right are Mills High School Maiorettes. KNEBLING, left to right: Rita Schoeder, Beverley Gray. Dawne Ritter. STANDING: Billie Pickett. Harriette Mc- x x, Bally Commission KNEELING, left to ri ht: Dennis Woltt, Rich Wheeler, Rich Monroe, Diane Silven, Mary Denninqer, Sarah Dowell, Rita Papini, ghirley Rickey, Robin Linton, Darlene Linton, Marqareta Soderberg, Bonnie McLaughlin, and Meredith Keyes. SECOND HOW: Iohn Levy, Chip Hatfield, Beverly Iohnston, Anita Harbak, Ardie Viqnati, Dawne Ritter, Margie Eagan, Kathie Benson, Laurie Schoenfeld, Mary Domars, Kathy Benedict, Sarah Flan- ders, lill Ienkinson. SITTING: Diane Ioanou, Kathie Blackman, Maureen Meyer, Iudy Waugh, Louise LaSouley, Diane Scanlon, Ioni Hall, Margaret Irvin, Marilyn Heiny, Bonnie Beckenhauer, Ann Voorhees, Carol Lembright, Lenore DeMartini, Diana Raymond, Ioan Cognetta, Kathy Abbott, Carol Sargenti, Patti McGee, Bonnie Vendig, Helen Nicholson, Yvonne Price. STANDING: Miss Lucille Chaikin, Advisor: Pam Atwood, Iulia Rothschild, Carol Ann Mark, Marilyn Garelick, Sharon Henderson. Kathy Wild, Lynne Beale, Carolyn Cohen, Bonnie Lincoln, Peggy Allen. kxdy Muirhead, Sharon Van Pelt, Karlyn Nourse, Sandi nderson. Kinney, Betsy Halverson. "Getting To Know You" The After Five Combo provided the music tor the "Gettinq to Know You" dance at the beginning of the year. Spirit At the tirst assembly of the year Mzxrqaretcx Soderberq cmd Renate Paumqarten were introduced as our exchange students, and the Millettes service club presented the school banner to the student body. .f,.,,, SV P5 l dM e-dth e PaN1 Recopt HlphB 1 M L M L che 1Ch Penlnsulc League Conference Co rnrnrttee Members ct Work fee ee, K P fx We CHIUJNE Q wi R XVHL K W 2 X VNWT in .C arf' .X x Chicken Scrcrnble Th Ch' k Scrcx ble ' hel ery yea at the begin ' q of th all : th' . y ar's ' LEHQUE 5 ! Language Clubs sftt-st f i 5 WW COILLT44 Ab MH llrtfof PLbH L POM? to Okoer H muh ,,, E-!Jj1vU?S-' Cn Campus Durrng the course of the year the lan guage clubs ol our school have held manv excrtrng events Extendmg therr famtlrarrty wrth Roman culture the members of the Latrn Club began an actrve program dur mg the sprmg of thrs year Gne of therr actrvrtres a Romar Banquet rn whlch the slaves wart on the noblemen was held rn May Under the leadershtp ot therr presr dent Bruce Salvatore and adv1sor Mr Dorrs Benson they also planned to rarse The French Club another rnterest group tn the language department was drrected by adv1sor Mr Robert Donohue and presr dent Claudra Putter Actrvrtres for the year rncluded a fund rarsrng prorect the sale ot Lrterature Data Gurdes to fellow student a trtp to see a French Movre and a VlSll lv see Premrer De Gaulle durtng hrs vrsrt tt San Francrsco French Club FIRST ROW sxttmg left to rx ht Ann Schoales Presxdent Ellen Hull Secretary Mary Bxhlmaxer Treasurer Lemore DsMcrt1nx Charlotte otelo Lmda Durkee SECOND ROW standmg Mary Ann Mxllsap Carol Hen derson Claudxa Futtor Ahce Dunn Kathle Benson Penny Johnstone Barbara Huff Bette Io Bolda Bonnie Beckenhauer lean West Ga11Patr1ck Sue Hammarsten I2l Q Qffa aatl X Y . be L J t -5 e CY 4 -is ff Vy 'C ll X X 7 ' o V 'J C " 5 C .Y at t 'N ' 2 Sl . f xxf X I X 'WW to V P at X., , K f xxx AY If , X C I X I r I I l I ' ,gf ' 1 Y f xx y ' f f fn S ' X , , ' Q7 a xi f . . 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The Future Nurses Club rncludes rn tts mem bershrp potennal doctors nurses, soctal work ers phystcal and occupatlonal therapists who are rncreastnq thelr mterests and br monthly meetmqs under the leadership of presidents Pat Brlhq and Bev Olshen and advrsor Mrs Bertha Odeqard Mayor club prolects for the year in cluded workmq as volunteers at Pentnsula Hos prtal lunior Auxrhary and collecting for the Christmas Seals and March of Dtmes Programs ...ht ff? fc, G eucheri fy Future Nurses BOTTOM ROW left to right Ioan Ranson ludy Heins Cathy Davis Pat Brlhq President Claudia Putter Vice President Adrianne Holmer Secretary Treasurer SECOND BOW Nancy Hatfield Sharon Putter Mari Iyn Brown Ioan Tuccorx Roberta Paul Teri Gutwem Gayle Pincus Trudx Torkelson TOP HOW Ioan LaMott Sandy Hrenoff Nancy Cohen Carolyn Cohen Denms Wolff Sharon Henderson BACK ROW Stand ing Gail Soronen Sharon Van Pelt Nancy Loses Cigyora Ullo Anastasia Bostanqoqlov Sue Meyers irley ehr Future Professtons Spark Interest Eleanor Eagan Future Teachers The Future Teachers Club also devoted tts interests and act1v1t1es to studying the chosen professron of its members A tour of the CGl1 fornla Teachers Association Butldmq rev1s1on of the club constitution and fund rarsmq for the scholarsh1p fund were the manor protects for the year under the direction of prestdents Sandy Lonqmore and Iudy Decherd and advtsor Mrs BOTTOM ROW left to right More-en Lrbet Ann Schoales Clair Cohendet Lenore DeMart1nx Ann Hudspeth Charlene Kroger Shirley Labhard Sandra Memtz Kathi Iames Sharon Kettering SECOND ROW Judy Decherd President: Frances Brodotsky Vice-President: Mary Packard Treasurer' Bonnie Beckenhauor Sec- retary: Gwen Holmes Sophomore representative' Lezlie Labhard, Iunior representative. TOP ROW: Pat King: Mrs. Eleanor Eagan Advisor' Les Brown' Katherine Abbott: Sue Pfarrerz Debbie Fine: Nancy Gari- baldi: Pam Marsh: Margaret Irvin Senior representative: Sandy Lonqmore: Mary Ann Millsap' Claudia Harris' Dorothy Smith. wr :E FQ tv wi-431. 1 :jh,.fTf X so I22 my x Enthus1asm ln Sports Orgonlzcttlons One of the most enthusrastlc clubs connected wrth sports on campus lS the C11rls Block M Un der the able leadershrp of the1r advxsor Mrs loyce Bestall and leadrnq offlcer Allce Dunn the club has not once been caught at a slow pace ln December the club held a Pot Luck Drnner for members and for the G A A Then rn Ianuary a breakfast was held for new members Jomrnq Black M For a fund rarsrnq pronect members helped at a football concessron In early Aprrl members oould be found playrnq volleyball aqamst the Block C of Capuchrno the Boys Block M They too could be found plan nrnq many mterestlnq and fun frlled act1v1t1es One actrvrty looked forward to anxrously by all was the Senror Faculty basketball qarne-but what happened the faculty won' The club also sponsored a Sports Award banquet rn whrch all members recelved awards due to them Under the authorrty of therr advrsor Mr Don Thoreson and presrdent Ed Venturr these and other ac f1Vlf19S were carrred out throuqh the year The Harrlers Club newly formed only thrs year has not lacked rn part1c1pat1on of act1v1t1es One of thelr frrst act1v1t1es was a Chuck Waqon Drnner As a fund rarsrnq pronect members of the club sold Mllls Hlah Pennants Thrs proved slstrnq of members rnterested 1n track IS makrnq plans for an annual trrp to Yosemlte and a swwm nlqht BOTTOM HOW left to nqht Mr Dees Advrsor lay Causey lel1Cabral Presrdent Ioe Cavanauqh Vice Presxdent and Treasurer MIDDLE ROW John Kollen Ralph Metz Chuck Rogers Eugene Auerbach Drck Scott Guy Steacy Steve Bradford THIRD ROW A1 Havens Barry Iackson lol-rn Hoogendyk Ierry Enghret Ch I S h M k G Gall 11 W dlumste Charles Westbrook NOT PRESENT rn son ares pcnncm Io n uc ary equi os ar q xcture are Tom Peters Don Fremlmg Dave Smnh Yohn I-'aull Dave Day Dave Shamm Closely associated with the Girls' Block M is to be a very successful adventure. The club, con- ' p' : I , I ' . I ' , I , , U ' ' . Althouqh forrnea only thts year for um Club has sponsored many worth whrle actrvrtres Wrth the help of therr advrsor Mr lohn Gallagher and fal prestdent Mrke McNamara the club launched 1nto a varrety of school actrvt tres A school rnaqazrne Le1fL1t whtrh contarned creatrve wrrttnqs by students , made 1lS rnrtral appearance rn Deoenn ber The Forum Parltarnentary Gurde was rnade avarlable to other orqanrza ff SCWNCE l-'tub W trons rn an attempt to rmprove the opera tron of student orqanrzatrons .Gp Sprrnq presrdent Mrlce McNamara and publrcattons co ordrnator Dave Schrll dtrected the productron of a second rs sue of Leif I.1t a strrnulatrnq even con troversral evaluatron of student affarrs The rnaror noncreatrve effort of the or qanrzatron was a fund rarslna orchd ff sale pnor to the Senror Ball x23 r'1 l X X 4 - ,L RL- Creatrve Wrmna Student Affalrs Polltlos Grohlds Forum Club BOTTOM ROW left to rxqht Tut Wynne Lan Bachman Publxcatxons Co ordnnator Vlclu Dannmg Secretary Mike McNamara President Dave Schxller VxceLPres1dent Sue Pnmes Mxmx Erskxne SECOND HOW Bull Weldmq Georgann Ruhe Sandx Anderson Rose Galante Carol Sheerxn Tony Rude Dee Sheehan Karen Iensen Karlyn Nourse Sharon Dxetel Meredxth Keyes Pat Kung Darlene Lmton Rohm Lxnton TOP ROW Steve Mag dson Steve Haberman Sharon Alexander Ruta Papxm Tom Krexs Txm Anderson Dan Morley Bruce Salvatore Iohn Bachman Bob Buscho Launa Paterson Mr Iohn Gallagher Sponsor X? B Brown A Abbott, Katherine, 71, 117, 122 Abraham, Stanley, 20, 89, 93 Ackerman, lohn, 61 Acord, Sharon, 51 Adams, Alan, 61 Akers, Matthew, 71, 96 Alel, Richard. 20, 89, 91 Alexander, Sharon, 51, 101, 124 Alger, David, 71, 115 Allen. Margaret, 71, 117 Almand, Lynne. 71 Aloise, Gary, 21 Altman, Roger. 61, 114 Amato, Doug, 61 Ambrose, Kathleen, 21, 105 Anderson, Carol, 51 Anderson, Dave, 61, 115 Anderson, Ianis, 13, 61 Anderson, Larry, 21, 96 Anderson, Priscilla, 61 Anderson, Sandra, 46, 49, 51, 117, 124 Anderson. Thomas. 21, 46, 14, 105, 124 Angus, Sheri, 20 Andresen. Martha, 71, 115 Andrews, Geary, 82, 61 Anson,1oyce, 20, 120 Arata, Don, 71 Armstrong, Barbara, 15, 71, 105 Arnason, Iohn, 61 Arnold, Nancy, 51, 105 Arsenault, Iudy, 20, 19 Arsenault, Pat, 61 Arteseros, Iames, 71, 86, 97 Arthur, Ian, 20, 44 Asquith, David, 21, 97. 106, 107, 120 Atchison, Tom, 51, 82, 95, 120 Atkinson, Mary Louise, 21 Atkinson, Sara, 21, 116 Attell, Arnold, 51, 115 Atwood, Pamela, 99, 61, 117 Auen, Leila. 61. 120 Auerbach, Eugene, 97, 87, 61, 123 Ausano, Bob, 86, 71 Ausano, Sharon, 21 Ayanian, Ianice, 71 Baccala, Heidi, 61 Bacci, Marilyn, 51 Bachman, Iohn, 20. 48, 82. 120, 124 Bachman, Landon, 20, 13, 14, 82, 92, 108, 120, 124 IN Baldi, Deanna, 61 Baldra, Karen, 71 Baldwin, ludy, 20, 116 Ballard, Gary, 51, 92 Ballard, Glenn, 72, 92 'viii DEX Bevlnqton, Ianice. 72 Bidgood, Harry, 51 Bigelow, Russell, 23, 85 Bihlmaier, Mary, 23, 46, 105. 121 Bilardello, Nicholas, 61 Balzarini, lean, 51 Banta, Iulie, 51 Barbanica, Bill, 95, 61, 114 Barbee, Tom, 16, 51, 82, 95, 120 Barbieri, Ralph. 72. 90, 94, 105 Barca, Rich, 72, 86 Barr, Elvin, 20, 95 Barr, leri, 51 Barr, Nina, 72 Barth, Barbara, 51 Bartlett, Ionathan, 51 Bartlett, Martha. 61, 116 Bassin, Ianis, 51 Bass, Ron, 92, 105, 115 Bass, Tom, 51 Bates, Wallace, 21, 51 Baumgarlner, Iohn, 21 Beagle, Iohn, 61 Beale, Lynne, 72, 117 Bean, Patricia, 51 Bean, Robert, 21, 95 Bean, Ron, 61 Beck, Dick, 72, 94, 86 Beckenhcuer, Bonnie, 51, 109. 114, 121, 117, 122 Becker, Fred, 51, 105 Becker, Mike, 51 Beckes, Gene, 21 Beeby, Mike. 61 Behrand, Dave, 51, 90, 91 Beiar, Janet, 61 Be"da, Belte Io, 105, 115, 121 Belda, Bonnie, 73 Belda, Diane, 61 Bell, Iellrey, 23 Bell, Yvonne, 51, 110 Belletto, Denis, 90, 94, 61, 105, 120 Benedict, Kathy, 99, 61, 117 Benedetti, Cheryl, 73 Bengson, Gerald, 14. 51, 90, 105 Benjamin, Dexter, 51 Beniamin, Ga:ry, 61 Benson, Kathleen, 73, 105, 108, 114, 121.117 Benson, Ralph, 23, 16. 48, 12, 15, 18, 119 Bently. Gary, 61 Berg, Thomas, 73, 114, 116 Billiq, Patricia, 100, 61, 122, lll Binn, B Biondi, ob Chris, 61 Bishop, Barbara, 72 Bishop, Carole, 63 Bishop, Pat, 115 Bishop, Paul, 51 Bishop, Tony, 42 Biork, Brian, 89, 51 Blackman, Kathie, 23, 14, 18, 99, 103, 105. 115, 117, 120 Blakely, Iohn, 63 Blanchard, Mary, 63 Blanton, David, 23, 48 Blevens, Iohn, 23, 89, 94, 93, 120 Blodqett, Barbara, 63 Bloom. Barry, 72 Bloom. Shara, 72 Bolird, Gail, 23, 110 Bolen, Roger, 23 Bonilla, Charles. 72 Bonzani, Shirley, 51 Bostangoqlov, Anastasia, 63. 122 Botta, Carolyn, 72 Bottorl. Marianne, 73 Bourne, Iohn, 90 Boxer, Pamela. 51 Boyce, Tony, 23 Boyd, Patricia, 73 Boysen, Harvey, 73, 105, 115, 116 Bracken, Susan, 73 Bracker, Charlotte, 51 Bracker, Marilyn, 73, 105 Bradford, Steven, 63, 87, 96, 123 Bratt, Barry, 73, 94 Breqlia, Andre, 63 Brendlen, Herb, 51 Brodolsky, Frances, 23, 46, 100, 115. 116, 120, 122 Brown, Cameron, 72, 105 Brown, David, 51 Brown, Deborah, 46, 51, 103, 105, 101 Brown, Donna, 63 Brown, Euvne, 72, 87, 94 Brown, Iac ie, 23 Brown, Lauralyn, 72 Brown, Leslie, 46, 63, 114, 122 Marilyn, 72, 122 Bernard, Bob, 73 Berti, Carol, 51 Best, Elsie, 23 Best, Charlene, G1 Bettis, Randall, 73 Browne, Chuck. 63, 91 Browne, Gail, 23 Brownin , Sydney, 63 Bruce, Bal, 83 Brush, Sandra, 63 Buck, Gary, 63 Buckingham, Bill, 72, 94, 86 Burnley, Ioan, 63 Burton, Lane. 46, 63, 105 Buscho, Bob, 23. 47, 17, 92, 106, 124 Button, Gary, 72 Byrnes, lim, 63, 114 C Cabral, Iell, 51, 87, 49, 120, 123 Calterata, Frank, 23 Caldwell, Roberta, 51 Callow, Beth, 73 Calnek, Carol, 23 Campbell, Connie, 14, 51, 98, 105 Canedy, Donna, 23 Cappa, Iames, 23, 114 Cappa, Wayne, 51, 82, 83, 120 Caravaca, Rich. 63 Carey, Mike, 51, 93 Carlson, Virginia, 63 Carmody. Erin. 51 Carney, Tom. 73 Carp. Sue, 23 Carville, Gary, 23 Cassidy, Dennis, 73 Cassidy, William, 42 Cattaneo, Fred, 73 Cavalli, Michael, 23. 116 Cavanaugh, Ioe, 51, 87, 98, 93, 120 123 Cavender, lean, 46, 63, 105, 116, 120 Causey,1ames, 73, 87, 96, 123 Ceballos, Wayne, 83, 87. 96 Champion, Elsie, 73 ChanneY, Iohn, 120 Chapman, Marcia, 63, 120 Chapman. Patricia, 63 Chase, Dan, 51 Checchi, Ron, 51 Chillemik, lack, 72, 91, 115 Cinelli. Dena, 63 Cleary. W'mton, 72, 90, 95 Cochran, Bob, 72 Collee. Robert, 24 Coller, Ieanne, 72, 114 Collar, ludlth, 51 Colley, Shirley, 72 Colley, Wayne, 72 Cognetta, loan, 73, 117 Cohen, Carolyn, 51, 117, 122 Cohen, Nancy, 63, 122 Cohendet, Claire, 24, 115, 116. 122 Cole, Claudette, 24, 115 Cole, Ioanne, 24, 15 Co1eton,1im, 63, 94, 112, 120 Combs Clark 63 Connell Patrxcia Connor Jan 25 111 Connor Judy 25 16 47 Conrado Allen 25 Cook Michael 80 Cooper Ann 25 100 Corey Cheryl 63 120 Costamagna I-'rank 73 92 86 Cox J1m 63 95 Coyne James 73 86 Cramer Mrke 51 Cramer Patr1c1a 73 Cramer Robert 24 115 111 Creamer Bob 51 Cr1chton Leona 51 Cntzman Marxlyn 51 103 115 Crockett George 24 13 Crowninsh1e1d Sharon Cummings Jerry 63 Cuneo Judy 15 24 48 108 109 Curia Jan 51 116 101 Dahllnger Lmda 73 114 Daland Donna 24 Dalleske Gary 51 96 Dalton Mike 72 114 Daly J1m 51 92 Dannrng Vrclu 25 16 124 111 Davenport Thomas 63 Davxd Darlene 63 Davidson Drane 51 105 Davidson Marsha 73 Davis Catherrne 72 105 122 Dav1s Denms 63 85 105 Davrs John 116 Dawson Doug 16 15 63 105 120 Dawson Wendy 63 Day .Bruce 86 Day Chnstopher 72 91 Da Davxd 63 87 96 Y Decherd Iudrlh 46 13 51 103 105 120 122 Declery Pat 63 87 Deedler Lynn 72 90 95 86 Deering Don 63 Delcarlo Jean 63 DeMartin1 Lenore 51 105 108 117 122 DeMartln1 Lorrayne 72 Denke Debbxe 63 Dennlnger Mary 51 108 117 DeSel1em Marlene 72 105 114 Deucher Ron 52 Dhuyvetter John 73 D1amond Steve 63 97 Dxce Frank 25 D1ckenson.1lalph 63 97 82 120 D1ebert Shxela 52 Drerks Claudxa 25 Dretel Sharon 25 46 12 18 119 124 D111on Helen 73 Domars Mary 24 13 117 Domenlcl Ralph 73 86 Donnelly Patricxa 73 Dougherty Mike 63 90 94 Dov1e M1 e 73 Dowell Sarah 46 49 52 105 117 Dowlmg Don 52 Drxskell Louxsa 63 Dubon Henry 24 Ducey John 79 Duclloux FICIICIBG 74 Dudley Ron 52 Duerner Jan 24 Dukes Jan 74 94 86 Duncan J1m 52 Dunlavy Connie 63 Dunn Allce 46 52 103 105 121 101 20 Dunn Kathy 52 Dunn Maureen 24 110 Dunn Mxchael 74 Duraszo Rach 74 96 Durham Martm 63 85 92 Durkee L1nda 4 103 105 121 6 52 Duvall Doug 25 Dyson Kent 114 Eagan Margie 25 117 Eastman H1ck 26 Eckert Roberta 46 63 Edwards Tom 9 52 82 8 Fggert Gary 26 18 Engbretson Jerry 87 95 Ercolxnl Steven 74 86 126 INDEX Erickson Bev 63 Enckson Joan 63 Ernst 1't1ck 63 ll4 Erskxne Muni 26 112 124 Erwin A1 87 114 Erwrn Iul1o 26 115 116 Ervln B111 74 94 Esser Pamela 74 Eustxs 1'-Iustxs Evans Evans Ezelle Gladys 74 Wyatt 63 85 92 J111 46 63 105 108 Margaret 52 Jess 74 Fagnam Joan 26 98 107 Farella John 85 95 89 94 3 Farnocchxa Rxchard 26 Faull James 74 105 115 Faull John 16 52 87 92 105 120 Fazackerly Sue 63 111 Ferarese Joe 46 74 87 Ferner Judyth 74 116 I-'111pp1 B111 52 95 1-'me Deborah 46 109 103 105 101 120 122 Frsher Rxch 74 86 F1tzs1mmons D1ane 26 1-'xtzsxmmons Nancy 52 Flanagan Sandra 52 Flanders Marian 74 105 114 Flanders Sara Io 63 99 117 Flescher Philxp 63 85 Foley Mary 74 Ford Patricia 52 Forman Lynn 74 Fortes Gerald 74 Francxs Lee 26 Francrs Hxck 52 1-'rankom Gene 52 1-'rankom Stephan 74 86 Fredlanellx Rxchard 26 Freeman Joyce 52 116 Premlmg Danrel, 74 87 96 Fryer Laurel 74 1-'ugxtt Cal 63 90 120 1-'uste Andrew 75 Fuste Mary Ann 52 Putter Claudna 46 52 103 105 Putter Sharon 52 122 111 Gag11a.rd1 Artxe 14 63 90 1 Galante Rose Mane 52 49 101 Galleguxllos Gary 52 97 92 Galvez Ann 26 Gamette James 26 Garay Val 26 Gareh1me B111 52 84 120 Garelrck D r th o o y 75 Garellck Manlyn 26 46 15 103 115 116 20 Garlbaldr Nancy 26 46 48 105 Garlbaldl Sue 63 Garnln Steve 63 92 Gartun Greg 92 Gans us 75 Gazis Vxcki 26 Gentile Barbara 52 Gentlle Margaret 75 Gentry J1mmy 75 94 Gentry Kay 64 Gersh Sheldon 75 86 Gery Dav1d 75 Gervau Mary 26 Glacobonr Charlene 64 Glardma Sam 52 G1b11n Sharon 26 lll Gresxnger Lorraxne 75 Grlderhlookm 'l'1ah 64 Gillam Marsha 64 G11llan Lee Lynne 52 Gl11OlP1O Davrd Grlmour Robert 64 94 105 G1om1 Rxck 53 G1ordano Linda Marie 53 Gxron Rxchard 26 89 120 Glang Roger 26 Glasser Robert 75 Godfrey Pamela 53 Goethe Sandy 26 48 Goldwater Sue 26 13 Goode Philip 26 92 Goode Randy 75 92 Goode Ricky 75 92 Goodman Phillip 75 Goyette B111 64 94 Grady Jack 53 106 107 Graft Terry 65 Graham John 75 Gramkan Bruce 26 106 Gramkan J1m 53 Grandey B111 53 111 Grandey Margaret 75 Grant Greet 53 100 110 Gray Bev 26 114 117 Greene Sher11yn 65 Grether Bryan 75 Gnthth Jett 65 Gr1ggs Dennxs 28 Guerm Leshe 53 Gunnrng Brxan. 65 Gunmng Mike 53 Gurley Judy 75 Gutwexn 'l'erl 28 110 108 109 122 Haberman Nancy 29 46 109 105 Haberman Steve 15 53 124 111 Haderer Ray 75 Haderer Walt 65 115 Hahn Gale 29 Hahn Sarah 65 109 Haxght 1.1nda 64 115 Halden Steve 75 86 Hale Mike 53 114 Hale Pete 29 107 111 Hall Beverly 53 Hall Davld 29 82 83 Hall Harlan 53 Hall Jon1 28 46 103 1 120 117 Hall Steve 53 Halpxn John 95 120 Halvarson Betsy 53 1 Hamxlton Penny 64 Hammarsten Susan 75 114 Hammond Bob 75 86 Hammons Joyce 28 46 105 114 Hansen Ed 64 105 Hanson Mxke 75 Hansen. Ruth 28 Harbak Anlta 53 110 108 109 117 Harrell Cecll 53 Harris Claudxa 46 53 103 105 115 120 122 Harns Joy 28 116 Harry Willxam 29 Hartford John 64 60 90 105 120 Hatheld Lansmg 29 48 12 16 92 105 117 Hatfreld Nancy 53 103 120 122 Haun Carolyn 65 Havenerr Carolyn 42 Havens Allen 75 87 92 114 116 Hayes Andrea 65 Haynes Jelt 65 90 115 Hearne Mary 75 Heathcoate Bruce 29 Heaton Thomas 15 75 He1ml1ch Jerry 75 Helnman Peter 28 Hexns Judy 75 105 116 122 Hexny Don 75 86 Hemy Marrlyn 29 109 117 Hem: Laurxe 75 Henderson Carol 54 105 108 109 115 121 Henderson Sharon 28 105 114 Henneberger Baker 65 Hennmg 1.1nda 28 98 Herrell John 53 120 Herren Gary 75 92 86 114 Heslxn Kathleen 46 65 105 108 H111 Leland 54 120 H111 Walter B7 94 105 115 116 Himmel Joan 54 Hmds Bob Hxtch Tom 77 Hoey Tom 28 Hoffman Barbara 77 Hogan Tom 54 Hogerherden Karen 29 Holden Bob 65 Hollembeak Verda 54 Hollembeak W1l1ard 77 Holloway A1 29 Holmer Ardxanne 54 183 105 1 Homes Gwendolyn 64 122 Holowacs Chnstina 29 105 Hooqendylr John 77 87 96 Howell Bob 71 77 94 86 Hrenolt Sandra 64 120 Huber Carol 55 101 Hudspeth Sarah Ann 46 55 120 L Hutf Barbara 77 105 109 114 Hull Ellen 29 103 105 121 120 Hunlow Victor 77 Hutchxson Sandy 105 Hyde Heather 31 18 110 lrber Patr1c1a 55 lrvm Joan 77 109 1rv1n Margaret 31 46 117 lvelzch Karen 31 Ivelxch Robert 77 1 Jackson Barry 64 87 Jacobson Steve 64 Jatta Henry 77 Jakobs Kenneth 77 James Katherme 46 64 122 Jettenes Rrch 31 19 82 89 94 93 Jenkxnson J111 64 107 117 Jensen B111 31 Jensen Karen 46 55 103 105 4 Joanou Dxane 65 Johanson Bob 77 Johnson Alan 13 Johnson Carol 55 Johnson Tom 65 90 91 Johnson Tom Phxl 65 Johnston Arthur 77 Johnston Bev 77 117 Johnston B111 77 Johnston Penny 31 46 47 105 Johnston lhck 55 Jones Jones Jones Joost Joost Doug 31 92 Mark 77 Nancy 65 105 114 122 Dave 31 12 19 82 93 120 Dennls 65 94 93 Kahrs Don 77 Kay Kathelyn 65 120 Kauth Clarence 31 Keller Leslie 77 Kelly Gerald 64 87 94 Kelleher James 64 Kelleher Patrrcra 77 Keller Lance 31 Keller Mike 54 Keller Trudx 64 Kelly Leonard 77 87 Kemp Allan 64 105 115 Kempees Katherine 64 Kenyon Dons 116 Kenney Arthur 77 Kennedy Jeanette 64 Kennedy Ken 31 Kennedy Patr1c1a 65 Kennedy Stephen 97 77 90 96 Kennefxck Mary 65 114 Ketterxng Sharon 31 46 103 Keyes Meredith 31 12 119 Kmq Elaine 31 46 16 47 105 122 124 Kmyon Jim 31 Klemme Louls 31 13 82 83 89 Kollen Joanne 31 44 Kollen John 65 87 96 115 120 Kopp Dianne 54 Kortman Trudy 65 Koumar1an Joanne 54 Kramer Karen 54 101 Krers Tom 31 124 Kroger Charlene 77 122 Kron Steve 65 92 Kuchlenz Howard 77 Kuchlenz Suesan 54 Kullenberg Kathleen 31 108 Kurtz Martm 65 Labhard Lezhe 46 54 103 120 122 Labhard Shxrley 77 122 LaMott Herb 31 115 LaMott Joan 55 105 115 122 Landau Mlke 77 92 Lane Chester 77 94 86 Larson Constance 77 . . . . . . . . . . . . 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Larson Steve 77 1.aSou1ey Louise 64 117 Lattu Andrew 55 92 115 Lats Ga1l,3l LaVere Lynda, 55 Lawrence Pam 64 107 Lawrence Penny 64 108 Leary Mxke 64 96 Lechner Inga 64 Lee Susan 77 115 Leeds Patncxa 64 LaFevre Geraldxne 55 Lembnght Carol 55 114 117 Levy Arlene 15 16 46 65 105 Levy Iohn 31 85 111 117 Lewellyn Bill 65 Lewis Dave 65 95 Lxbet Moreen 46 65 103 105 Llghtbody Iames 77 91 90 105 Lincoln Bonnle 55 117 Lrndsey Ilm 54 115 Llndsay Pam 65 Llmngton Lewis 65 85 91 120 Linthicum Dlane 31 Lxnton Darlene 46 54 105 114 Lxnton Roberta 13 14 46 54 109 115 117 124 Llvingston Lee 54 115 116 120 Logan Rod 32 Lollln Carol 46 66 105 Longmore Sandy 32 99 100 Lorrxng Mxke 66 Ludwxgsen A1 32 115 Lursettx Mlke 66 90 Lupxen Ed 66 90 Lusmger Barbara 66 Lyerla Sandra 77 Lykken Elaine 77 Lynes Gary 13 32 92 Lynes Grant 77 Lysxck Walter 33 Maas Susan 33 MacDonnel1 Mickey MacE11ven Doug 7 Macey B111 54 Mack Doyle 97 Mack. Geraldrne 66 Mack, Iobn 54 Mack Sharon 66 Mackey, B111 55 Mackey Davxd 77 110 Maclnn Lynn 77 MacLean Doug 55 Magxdson Bob 77 86 Magrdson Stephen 33 48 8 112 24 Magoihn Margaret 66 Mahoney Dale 32 Mahoney Denise 77 116 Maiman Ianlce 55 Matman Iudxth 15 77 Maxman Lrnda 12 16 14 Mallory Marcia 66 Mamm Rdrxenne 77 Mannion Grarg 66 Mansergh Grlbert 77 Marcallxno Marlo 66 120 Manuccu Arleen 77 Marruccx Carl 55 Mark Caro1Ann 60 66 116 117 Marken Frances 77 Marken Fred 19 42 Marsh Pamela 32 46 47 122 Marsh Shlrley 55 Marshall Dennis 77 87 116 Marshall Kay 55 116 Marshall Teresa 54 Martxnez Aurora 66 115 Matson Ioe 54 97 Martinellx Ron 32 112 Masane lack 33 115 Masch Dianne 66 Mau Iune 54 Mather Whxttord 54 107 Matherson Linda 66 Matheson Bob 66 Matthews Ie!! 66 96 Matthews Iudy 33 Mattunoe Hazel 33 Maupin Romney 77 Mayer B111 66 85 94 Megaree Terry 66 82 96 120 Mehr Slurley 66 122 Mextx Sandra 15 77 105 122 Mendelson Mike 66 85 Merchant Francxs 33 100 105 1 INDEX Merrick Audrey 32 46 Merrrll Rxch 77 Metz Charlotte 77 Metz Ralph 66 87 96 123 Meyer Maureen 66 117 Meyers Leslxe 19 32 47 4 119 120 Mxlam Bob 66 Mxlgrom Rrch 32 15 110 Mrlne Boug 77 114 Mxllard Tom 66 Mxller Iudee 19 32 Mxller Ron 55 115 Mrlls Joyce 67 Mrlls Robert 33 Mxlls Tom Mxllsap Mary Ann 33 46 16 18 19 48 100 103 105 121 120 122 Mxngst Lynn 55 Mmklem Glen 34 51 Mxnney Larry 34 Mxskel Glen 67 114 Moher Kerry 67 Molxnarx hm 34 51 Monroe Richard 34 14 92 105 Mooers Dxana 55 Mooney Kay 77 Moore Lmda 55 67 Morgan Rlck 67 82 Morley Dan 46 54 105 Morones Rudy 15 67 115 116 0 Morn Rxchard 34 114 Mortan Rich 67 82 116 Moskowxtz Ralph 77 90 Moss Carolyn 67 Monteah-are George 77 Mount Mike 15 54 105 Muhxc Iohn 54 82 90 Mulrhead Iudy 77 117 Munro Davtd 34 Murphy Dxane 78 Murphy Mxke 67 90 96 Murray Mrke 78 90 Musso Lynn 34 05 108 109 1 1 95 97 Musso Nan 78 Muzzx Domxnrc 34 Muzzr Vlncent 78 86 Brent 78 86 94 Lance 67 Mark 78 92 105 Susan 67 122 McAfee B111 66 McAfee Claudxa 77 Mchllxster Dave 77 McCabe Melxsa 34 111 McCarthy Iudy 54 101 McC1anahen Denms 94 McClellan Paul 66 McClenahan Carol 54 McClenahan Tom 86 McClme Io Ann 19 71 77 McFarland Iohn 19 34 82 91 120 Mcl"au1 Ianet 77 McGee Pattx 34 117 McGowan Ross 55 Mclnerney B111 66 85 McKellar Pat 77 McKellar Scott 77 McKel1er Dlane 34 McKinney Harnette 6 117 McLaughlxn Bonnxe 34 46 99 110 Myers Myers Myers Myers McLaugh1xn hm 34 114 McM11lran Angel 77 McM111an leanene 77 114 McNamara Mtchael 34 11 McNay Harry 77 114 McNulty Dan 90 McPherson Bob 55 McPherson Ixm 77 92 Naughton Nancy 46 67 Needham Carol 54 Neel Tom 79 90 94 115 Neese Gary 71 87 95 Nelson Sue 67 Nemec Phil 115 Nerh Iames 34 Nesie Maren 54 100 116 Netherby Davre Netherby Mrke 67 Netherby Stephen 34 82 Newman Mike 79 Newman Paul 34 Nicholson Helen 67 Nredomys Chnstzne 54 Nielsen Doug 79 86 Nrelsen Nxelson Stanley 67 Patrxcxa 18 34 46 119 120 21 Nolzrger Davxd 34 82 114 Nolan Colleen 55 116 Nolan Denms 79 Nordby Roger 79 86 Norden Earleen 79 Noren Carol 46 67 Norgaard Dean 67 Norlxng Chris 55 Norman Sheila 78 Norton Pamela 78 Nourse Karlyn 46 90 120 55 117 124 Nunn Eileen 55 Nuno Kathleen 78 Nystrom Iohn 67 82 96 115 O Bnen Frank 34 O Bnen Helen 55 OBnen Kathie 68 115 O Bnen Margaret 78 OI-'laherty Ed 34 Olshen Beverly 46 68 105 Olson Sharon 68 Opxe Gerry 55 Orgeron Iulxenne 78 Osborne Brent 68 90 Ottery Steve 49 56 58 Overhulser David 68 82 96 105 Ovant Owen Owen Owen Sue 78 Dan 34 82 89 95 120 Lexla 46 Ten 36 Owens Barbara 56 Owens Nancy 36 116 Packard Mary 46 56 103 105 122 Padovano Teresa 37 16 Padron Charles 68 85 Palmer Chnstopher 42 Papmx Rita 56 117 124 111 Pardxm Ioyce 56 116 Parker Diane 19 37 103 Parsons Bruce 79 90 Patnck Gall 79 108 116 121 Patterson Launa 56 103 120 124 Paul Roberta 37 110 122 Pauluccx Dan 79 91 Paumgarten Renate 37 46 118 Pengo Lrnda 79 114 Peters Steve 17 18 36 Peters Tom 13 14 87 Petersen Bob 68 85 Peterson Gary 68 Peterson Sherman 56 85 112 115 Ptarrer Susan 79 105 115 122 Pxckens Iudy 36 Ptckens Tun 114 Puckett Brlhe 56 117 Pxckett Larry 56 82 Pxedemonte B111 56 97 120 Pxerson Comna 56 Pmcus Gayle 36 108 109 110 122 Pmcus Sharon 71 78 Pxt her Meredith 46 68 105 Podgoretsky Tom 68 92 115 Pope Suzanne 78 Porta Nancy 78 Porter Dugald 78 Pottberg Iames 78 Poulos Iune 36 Powell Barbara 68 Prevot Bxll 68 93 105 120 Pnce Yvonne 69 117 Prxelrpp Dave 37 Prxmes Sue 37 48 124 Prout Nancy Provxn Duane 37 105 Przyborowslu Lmda 78 Putske Bxll 68 85 90 Putzke Tom 79 Quandt Suzanne 79 Quinn Brian 56 Quxnn George 37 Rael Sharon 79 Ragsdale Marrlyn Ragghlantx Lynn 36 Ragghrantr Roy 79 Ramen: Dannue 68 Ramey lohn 56 Ramey Ralph 36 Ransen loan 79 122 Rapley Chnton 56 Ratto Don 56 Raudsep Iohn 56 97 Raul Sharon 56 Raul Steve 79 Raymond Dxana 13 56 117 Rayner Iohn 36 Reballedo Renee 68 Redmond Walter Regan Barbara 68 112 Regal Clark 78 Reynolds Dxane 56 103 Reynolds Gayle 57 116 Reynosa Barbara 37 Rhoads Wayne 37 Rcaud Dlane 37 lll Rrchardson lun 57 97 107 Rrckey Shxrley 13 14 57 105 117 Rugby hm 68 Rxtter Dawne 57 107 115 117 Rxtzau Ianxce 78 Robmson Fred 68 Robtnson Loran 68 Rochette lack 55 85 Rochette Marc 76 Rodell Mxke 78 86 Rodgers Barbra 37 Rodgers Ed 68 114 Rodman Carol 12 57 Rogers Clyde 78 87 96 Rogers Davxd 68 Rohrer Rrch 57 85 Rolley Mtke 78 Romey Roy 68 Rootsey Penny 68 Rose Iohn 39 Rosenthal Tom 68 Ross Ken 57 90 93 115 Ross Nell 57 93 Ross Stuart 68 92 Rossi Ron 57 82 84 97 Roth Curt 57 Rothschxld len 39 Rothschxld Iuhe 60 68 117 Roy Helen 79 Ruhe Georgann 49 57 124 Salomon Ken 57 105 Salvatore Bruce 46 57 105 120 124 Sanders George 68 Sands Bob 68 Sanhhpo Pat 12 57 111 Sargentr Caryl 39 98 117 Scahre Iohn 79 Scahre Rich 57 Scallon Ioe 79 90 94 Scanlan Drana 15 68 105 117 Scattxnr Gene 68 82 90 93 Schafer Koelle 68 Scherrer Darrel 79 Schrller Brad 49 57 58 91 120 Schxller Dave 12 13 39 112 123 Schxnole Lom 57 Schmale B111 39 Schmxdt Robert 79 86 Schmred Iudy 39 Schnetder Herman 79 Schoales Ann 12 39 105 120 121 Schoeder Rrta 57 117 Schoeder Vera 78 Schoenleld Laune 78 Schoenteld 78 114 Scholz Bob 57 Schubert Nancy 78 Schumacker Bob 68 Schwab Ierry 68 82 Schwartz Ianet 39 Schwerxn Robert 78 Scott Rxch 87 97 123 Sculco Lee Ann 57 Sexd Iett 78 86 114 Sexton Dolly 105 120 Sharnm Dave 87 96 Sharpe David 68 Sharpe Larry 39 Sheehan Helen 39 124 Sheller lulla 79 Sheertn Carol 12 39 124 Shepard Blame 79 Shorty B111 66 85 Showalter Dlane 57 Sxddeley B111 57 l27 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 113 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I1 I 1 I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 47. 100. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1051 .I 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8, 105. 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 , , , , , 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 1120 1 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 I II I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' , , , , , ' , , 1I 1 . 1 1 1 136 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,116 1 I1 1 1 1 1 1 .1141 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .105 122 1 1 1 I 1 I I I I I I I I O ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I ' I' I I I I I I I I ' I .I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 . 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80 Stewart Robert 80 87 96 Stewart Sandra 39 48 15 109 Sttller Rxch 80 86 96 Stoll Gerald 40 Stoll Jacqueline 80 Stout Dave 15 58 93 105 Strambx Claudta Stuart lack 58 Styer Bob 58 96 Sulllvan Anne 68 Sullivan hm 59 97 120 Sully lack 68 Summer Patrrcna Sundberg Elaine Sundberg Howard 40 82 89 120 Susoett Tom 58 Sutter Andrew 40 Tanner Gall 68 116 Soronen Gall 39 110 122 Sotelo Charlotte 78 121 South Dxck 78 86 90 Spackman Danny 58 Spackman Pat 39 Spamer Noel 58 Spanner Thomas 79 Spanhan Charles 58 87 Spanilan George 58 Sparks Iulxe 39 Spence Bev 58 Spencer Norman 59 Spindle Sharon 58 Spnnqer Gordon 90 9 5 Squler Ian 68 Stagnaro Carol 58 101 103 Statfet Marcxa 39 105 St Claxr Susan 79 Steacy Guy 68 87 96 87 115 Steele Ellon 68 Steger Marcia 79 105 109 Allen Kenneth 6 7 106 Benson Dons 8 120 Bernhardt Dawne 7 108 Bestall Joyce 8 13 100 Bragg Robert 8 Brownlee Iohn 8 Bucllham Iohn 8 105 Carr Lole 8 Ceresa Shxrley 9 102 Chaxkln Lucrlle 8 46 117 120 Clark Alan 9 114 116 Coleman Gaylord 9 16 28 44 Comstock Herbert. 9 86 Coesrtt Nancy 9 111 Crozier Iohn 8 20 Dees Ioseph 8 87 94 123 Donohue Ioeeph 8 Taylor Henry 40 Tealdl Vxrgmta 68 Tealdl loanne 58 An Terrlll n 80 116 Terrel hm 80 86 Thomas Gerald 80 Thomas Iulra Ann 58 120 Thomas Ron 80 Trbbets Llllre 41 Tlcoulat Colette 80 Tlcoulat Ed 56 93 Txddy Davxd 41 T111 Harry 80 Tllson Mxke 80 86 Trlson Patncla 58 Todd Rxchard 41 87 97 Tonxm Dtane 41 112 Torkelson Bob 68 92 Torkelson Trudl 59 116 120 122 Townsend Ardls 68 116 Travlos Sharon 40 Truncale Ken Tuccon Ioan 40 110 Turner David 68 Turner Larry 68 94 Ullo Gayara 68 122 Ulshoelter Don 68 87 Ursua Rochelle Vanderzee Mary 80 1 Vangelxstt Sharon 70 Van Holten Iames 70 85 92 Van Pelt Sharon 40 110 117 122 Vanont Cathy 58 Vella Charlene 80 Vendtg Bonnie 80 116 117 Venter Gary 80 87 92 105 Venturi Edward 41 82 95 96 120 Verth Rtch 80 Verssr Bette 70 112 Vxgnatx Ardxth 14 58 49 110 117 Vngnatx Kenneth 15 41 120 Von Dohren Valerie 41 110 116 Von Dohren Ray 80 Voorhees Anne 80 117 Wahle Brxan 82 58 97 95 Wahle Lmda 41 115 Walker Barbara 80 Walker Bob 58 Ward Iohn 70 115 Ward Paul 40 Ward Vlncent 58 Warner Ron 58 93 Waugh Iudlth 58 101 117 Weeks Kathleen Weeks Suzanne 80 Weldmg B111 40 124 Werder Lynda 40 Wesse lanet 46 70 West Ed 59 92 West lean 59 115 121 FACULTY AND STAFF Drury Roy 8 Eagan Eleanor 8 20 122 Emery Vlrgmxa 9 Francesclu lean 8 49 Freschet Perucxo 9 Gallagher Iohn 9 124 Graham Kenneth 86 Grau Rhoda 9 Hall Dwxght 9 Herron Wlllxam 9 90 93 Htckson Erme 7 106 Hocker Woodson 8 Kane Iohn 8 89 90 Kennedy Arlen 8 Kenney Wtllxam Leblanq Ieanne ll Lehmkuhl Donald 8 2 Lewis Richard 9 Loney Leland 9 Mahaffy Iohn 9 Mahatty Nan 9 16 McGat1lxard Adrxenne ll McQuade Helen 11 Merrtck Theresa Nxchols Ann 10 102 Nuchols Troy 10 13 14 Odegard Bertha 9 Palazzx Robert 10 49 110 Purpus Eleanor 9 Ramos Richard 10 Roth Arthur 10 Schaefer Iohn ll West Laurxe 80 West Myrna 80 Westbrook Charles 13 80 87 94 10 115 116 Wester Barbara 40 Wheeler Rrchard 41 110 117 Whxtaker Becky 14 41 Whxte Cathenne 13 49 59 99 Whxte Doug 80 114 Whxte Gaye 59 Whltelaw Brett 59 115 Wxeder Iune 70 Wthr Elxzabeth 80 105 Wtld Kathryn 80 117 Wxld Sherryl 59 Wtllxams Bonnxe 59 wlllldlllll Chester 70 85 Wxlltams Gill 42 Wilson Tyler 16 42 106 Wxnkleman loy 59 116 Wmkelman Sue 80 Wrnkler Betty 70 116 Winstrum Art 94 Wmter Iell 115 Wolcxk Denxse 42 Wolfe Iudy 59 Woltt Denms 13 42 46 92 105 117 Wolll Ron 80 106 Wolhnger Gary 42 Wollert Walter 42 Woodcock Barbara 70 Woodcock Iohn 59 Woods Diana 42 Woods Gene 90 97 120 24 Yates Wyhe 70 Young Deanna 70 Zanon Lmda 59 Zttellx Courtney 80 86 Zxtzer Tom 59 Zollln Ed 70 114 Zumsteg Ward 70 87 9 Short George 10 16 Smith Barbara 10 Smxth Hazel 6 10 Smith Shirley 10 Snodgrass Rae ll Spaldmg Gertrude ll Stull Robert 10 44 Storer Richard 11 28 Strong Barbara 10 49 Tesman Solomon 10 91 Thoreson Donald 10 82 120 Tldwell Iames 10 82 91 Tognettr Gene 10 95 Walsh Edward 7 Walsh Frank ll 90 95 Welch Arthur 8 25 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS As the 1960 Asgard goes to 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