Monrovia High School - Monrovian Yearbook (Monrovia, CA)
- Class of 1958
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High School Highlights
through the Year
To every Madite, important highlights of the school year are the seasons: fall,
winter, and spring. The meeting with new friends in our administration, faculty,
and campus organizations, together with an eventful football season, creates
a busy fall schedule. As winter's cold weather comes on, we are found hard at
work in scholastic sessions. However, we find plenty of time for our Christmas
activities and basketball games. Spring brings more time for play at M-D. Our
drama and music departments furnish the traditional entertainment of the season.
Our spring elections provide widespread school participation and give us the
opportunity to choose capable leaders. Wilmas and Willies alike find fun in
varied sports activities. Most important event of the spring is the finale of the
year, graduation. From the registration of the freshmen to the graduation of the
seniors, the '58 Monrovian brings you High School Highlights Through the Year.
FALL... IO WINTER . . . 66 SPRING . . . IO6
FRESHMAN TEAS. I2 DEANS .... . . 68 DRAMA . .
REGISTRATION . . I3 COUNSELORS . . . 70 MUSIC . . . .
FIRST WEEK . . I4 CLASSES . . . . 72 ELECTIONS . . . .
RALLY ....... . . I5 CHRISTMAS . . . 95 STUDENT LEADERS
ADMINISTRATION I6 BASKETBALL . . . . 98 GIRLS' SPORTS . .
FACULTY ..... 24 HIGHLIGHTS . . . IO4 SPRING SPORTS .
ORGANIZATIONS ..... 33 HIGHLIGHTS . .
HOMECOMING . . . . 48 SENIORS . .
PEPCATS ...... . . . 50 BESTEST . .
MARCHING BAND. . . . 52 HONORS . . . .
FOOTBALL .... . . 54 GRADUATION . .
HIGHLIGHTS . . . . 64 ADVERTISING . .
We can appreciate the tranquillity of our main patio only during class time
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Our Wildcats come Through with a spectacular season.
A.S.B. Prexy Frank Kozlowski acquaints freshmen Betty June Ellingson and Ricky Shanks with campus
traditions. The first of these is the friendliness shown among upper and lower classmen.
Our studenf leaders were introduced To The freshmen.
Disfribution of locker keys preceded on tour of The campus
A great amount of anxi-
ety was felt on Registra-
"Will l get Mrs. ,.... .
for English? Will you be
in my class?"
Before class, comparing
of program cards was es-
SGNTIOI. Madites couldn't
wait to see who would
share classes with them.
Monrovial--Duegi9teiH.igh School, many for the first
time, as guests of the Girls' and Boys' League
at their annualfreshman Tea, anreception serv-
ing cts CI frietililtly get-Together for the freshmen
after the A program introducing
our administration and student leaders was fol-
lowed by the distribution of locker keys and a
tour of the campus. Registration Day for all
classes came on Monday, September 16. This
year, because there were no forms to be filled out
by most students, they could pick up their pro-
gram cards as soon as they arrived. Madites then
gathered in the patio to greet friends. Newcom-
ers spent their time looking for their classrooms.
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"Cheese!" Snap goes the camera, and lD's are taken.
Could there ever be so much happening in one first
week? Students were getting used to classes, and
teachers, to students. We were meeting all of our
old friends - and making new friendships. The
Publicity Committee was already busy handing out
Hi-Week tags, and by Wednesday the A.S.B. sales
were in full swing, Thursday we lined up in our
gym classes and had our identification pictures
snapped. The big day, of course, was Friday. We
held the traditional pep rally in the football stadium.
A.S.B. salesmen pulled several gimmicks to help
sales, and the drawing for the A.S.B. cards was
held. Our song and yell leaders and maiorettes led
us in our hurrahs for M.D. The pep rally was closed,
as always, with the singing of our Alma Mater.
Bill Lewis makes an A.S.B. sale to Fred Bowden.
"Did you say 56.50, Cathie?" asks Judy.
"l'd do anything to sell an A.S.B. card," says Rannie Franklin,
To help start the year with the right spirit, Coach Gicldings
gives a pep speech.
As our songleaders wait their turn, our maiorettes twirl out a song.
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end eeieve being
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ing superinTenoIenT in 1948. The rehabiliTa-
Tion of M-D's auoliTorium and The enrollrnenT
of sTUolenTs in The new high school in DUarTe
were Two of Mr. McClinTic's major achieve-
nnenTs This year.
Mr S. C. McClinTic, our superinTendenT.
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Mr. Nathan McCray, our vice-principal.
Mr. Frank Williamson, our principal
As principal of Monrovia-Duarfe High School, Mr. Frank
Williamson believes in and encourages an infensive
learning program for each sfudenf, followed by a variety
of exfra-curricular acfivifies. He also feels Thai' sfudenf ac-
Tivities as Well as individual sfudenT's vievvpoinfs are of
vifal imporfance in a well-rounded curriculum. His
friendly smile and air of easy confidence win him many
friends on our campus.
Being vice-principal of a high school The size of ours is
a Tremendous responsiloiilfy. Mr. Nathan McCray occu-
pies This posifion vvifh disiincfion, since he possesses a
pleasing personalify and a good sense of humor as well
as oufsianding adminisfrafive aloiliiy, This year, in addi-
Tion To faking care of his regular dufies, he served as
chairman of The Curriculum Commifiee.
On her way fo class, Nelda Rankin stops to talk with Mr. Williamson
and Mr. McCroy.
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The Board of Trustees Messrs Rex W Kramer William H Feeler Curtis Kaufman Business and Accounting Office SeCf9TC1fi6Sr ltopl Ml5S A-
Robert M Baker and P L McNutt discuss bids for the multi purpose building soon Harmon Miss B. Lunkr llDOTTOf'f1l MlSS B- RObldOVT, MVS- H-
Our Board ot Trustees members are men
who have voluntarily given their time
to help our administrators progress in
improving our educational opportunities.
Our Adult Education Department, under
the direction ot Mr. Thomas W. Griffin,
adds new classes, like the class in in-
come tax forms, to the already varied
and interesting program.
Many of M-D's trusted custodians have
special duties, such as those ot our
keeper of the keys, our maintenance
supervisor, and our heating engineer.
Between their morning and afternoon
ioy rides, our bus drivers assume the
title ot Jack-ot-all-trades as they busy
themselves by doing repairing, mowing,
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Mr. Laurence Brownell and Mr. Paul Addis examine blueprints.
Although it was his first year as business manager at Monrovia-Duarte
High School, Mr. Paul Addis did an excellent job of purchasing supplies
leverything from ink to mowing machinesl, maintaining and operating
the plant, transporting students, and feeding everyone. His special
helpers were Mr. Laurence Brownell, Supervisor of Business Office Serv-
ices, Mr. Ralph Sutton, Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds, Bus Drivers,
Custodians, and Maintenance Men, and Mrs. Catherine Gill, Supervisor
of Food Services and Cafeteria Workers.
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Standing: Sal Cordova, Leslie W. Yeats. Sitting: Charles
E. Rupert, E. H. Adams.
Left to right: J. F. Michalsky, Harold Horton, Carl M
Gleich, E. F. Eastburn.
esenting our many helpful custodians are Mr. Leslie Marsh, parking attendant, Mr. Henry Dillard, "cleaner-upper," and Mr. Thomas Eubank, boiler engineer.
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Teachers' service: Mmes. Gill, Fannin, McMullin, Stamatis.
Malt shop: Mmes. McMahon, Merwar.
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There were a few days when the potato chips were miss-
ing from the salad plates, but on the whole our cafeteria
E workers did an efficient job of preparing delicious
salads and hot plates. The snack line down in the cafe-
teria was always ready for the rush of business at
snack time. Our Kitten Koop also sold snack items as
well as very good hamburger plates for lunch. One look
at the long lines in front of the Malt Shop, commonly
known as the Gopher Hole, told us that M-D students
cared little about calories and a great deal about those
creamy, thick malts.
Kitten Koop: Mmes. Capen, Pfaelzer, Vondrck, Gallagher.
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Par Lashbrook, Linda Lomax, Miss Jahr, and Mrs. De-Merre make library plans. Mrs. Vivian Sharbondci, our nurse
WiTh Mrs. PaTricia DeMerre and
her assisTanT, Miss June Jahr, in
The library, There was always
someone willing To sTop work in
order To help us wiTh our re-
search and sTudy problems. And
whenever we needed new sup-
plies ar had To pay club dues,
Mrs. Ann Fox in The STudenT
STore was The one ready To help.
During The year sTudenTs were
always able To go To The nurse's
office To receive advice on proper
dieT and hygiene Trorn Mrs.
Sharbonda. To geT advice abouT
our TexTbooks and locaTe losT
books The besT place To go was
To Mrs. Mary WhiTTier and The
bookroorn, from which all school
supplies were issued.
is aided by Mrs. Mabel SmiTh
Mrs. Ann Fox s'rarTs The day at The Srudent Sfore with Judy SmiTh as firsT cusTamer. Judy Dickinson helps Mrs. Mary Whittier in The loookroom.
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General office lrear To fronTl: Mmes. Mills, Peterson, Andrews lsfanolingl, and Boeffcher. Fffimli Kozlowski gives OH GW0VCl T0 MVS- DOVOHW Brown:
Business office: Mmes. Tronvig, Clinger lbackl, and Porfwood, secretary To our superinfendenf.
The busiesf of all offices This year was
The General Office, headauarfers for all
sTudenT and personnel acTiviTy. The care
of losT and found arficles, The publishing
of club and daily bulle-Tins, and many
ofher Types of business were Transacfed
There. ln Mr. McC,ray's office, Mrs.
"SvveeTs" Brown was an indispensable
friend To all sTudenT leaders. When she
lefT in November, all sTudenTs greafly
missed her. The imporTanT financial maf-
Ters of school affairs were Taken care of
in The Business Office.
Records Office: MVS- KGHWYVW l-GVSOVW Gnd Miss Gloria Higel. Affendance office Mr Clovis Smith Mrs Mary Baumgarfner and Mrs Phyllis
Every day hundreds of sTudenTs vvenf Through The
Affendance Office To be checked in or ouT of
classes. The busy season was in The fall when
M-D had a Touch of The Asian flu epidemic. IT
was generally The senior who pafronized our
Truly undersfanding Records Office secrefaries
in order To have his Transcripfs senT To The col-
leges where he .vvas applying. In The Audio-
Visual Office Mr. Eugene McAllisTer direcfed his
boys in The Thousand and one dufies of caring
for and running The proiecfor, recordx players,
and Tape recorders To The besf advanfage.
Audio-Visual office: Mr. Eugene McAlIisTer and Mrs. Annette Gardiner.
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The Curriculum Comm: tee met every Monday afternoon to report results of individual proiects.
:rr Ctbliminisfroiion and faculty this year orig-
Committee to consider ex-
our curriculum to meet special needs
ofour. school and community. With Mr. Nathan
McCroy, ourivice-principal, as chairman, the
iciornmiifteeimet every Monday to discuss profit-
able procedures of grouping students in classes,
problems and methods of teaching specific
skills, and standards for selection of students
for special classes. The committee made several
recommendations to our administrators for the
school year of 1958-1959, which it hopes will
result in increasing educational opportunities
for all of our students.
MISS Georgmno Beck of The Girl S Physical Faculty Club Officers. Bottom row: Mrs. Ethel Brelos, Miss Violet Albarian Top
Miss Georgiana Beck, Mr. Robert Long.
Mr. George Davison Miss Edith Dort
This befuddling gadget fascinates teachers of the Social Miss Vivian Elmgren Mrs. MGFY House
By establishing a special class in world history
for accelerated students and by grouping sen-
ior problems class members according to their
future plans of college or immediate work, the
Social Science Department pioneered this year
an experiment that should help the Curriculum
Committee in its planning.
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Mr. Allan Maxwell
Mrs. Eva Silva Mr. James Stewart Mr, Hqrry Sfrubbe
Mrs. Gladys Lee
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Mr. R. Mitchell Oliver
Miss Edith Vorees
Mr. Lewis Beall Mr. Charles Dunson Mr. John Hulihan MV. Ross l.C1viOl6TTG NWS- Marion MiCl'1Sl
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Mr. Richard Wilkinson Mr. Paul Yeager
Because of The sudden emphasis on science
This year, The Science Department Tound The re-
habiliTaTion of The Science Building very Timely.
Among The many improvemenTs were beTTer
lighTing, more adequaTe venTilaTion, more sTor-
age space, loeTTer seaTing arrangemenTs, and in-
creased classroom space.
Our Three maesTros approve ci composition.
Mr. John Hulihan discusses The care of microscopes with members of The Science
Mrs. l-ledvig Finkenbinder Mr, Harold SCOTT Mr. ChesTer Ullom
The Three faculTyi members in The Music DeparT-
menf helped Their sTudenTs win acclaim This year
for appearances before local groups and for
compeTiTion in Pomona, Long Beach, and The Los
Angeles area. BesT Triumph was The spring
show presenTed aT Pasadena Civic AudiTorium.
Mr. Omer Bailey Mr, Harvey Brubaker Mr. Robert Culp Mr. William Finder Mr. Whalen Hickey
Breaks are short and far between for our Industrial Arts teachers.
In printing, arts and crafts, mechanical and archi-
tectural drawing, wood working, auto mechanics,
and electrical and metals work, the Industrial Arts
Department offered students a fascinating variety
of opportunities to use their hands and creative
abilities to learn crafts for future work.
Miss Dorothy Clemmons Mr. Robert Strawn
With its colorful gallery of student pictures, 28 Arts,
home room of the Art Department, displayed at va-
rious times during the year entries for the Bill of
Rights Poster Contest, Bullock's Scholastic Arts
Award, a safety poster contest, and other local
proiects of great interest to imaginative minds.
Mr. Richard Martin Mr. August Swyke
Mr. William Yocum
Clemmons and Mr. Robert Strawn compare paintings for
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Gladys Walker Rolland Watenpaugh
The Commercial Department checks the accuracy of its adding machine.
Regular classes in office practices and salesmanship, as well as
miscellaneous assignments in typing and mimeographing from
other departments ofthe school, gave students in the Commercial
Department real experience preparing them for entry in the
Mr. Richard Kramer, school psychologist, confers with Mr. Arthur Langdon,
Mr. Richard Kramer, new
part-time psychologist, Mrs.
Patricia DeMerre, school li-
brarian, Mr. Eugene McAllis-
ter, director of audio-visual
education, and Mrs. Vivien
Sharbonda, school nurse,
were in charge of special
services at M-D this year.
Eugene McAllister Vivien Slflclrbonolol
dean of boys.
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Miss Ruth Nivens, Mr. Frank Pilmer, Miss Lois Moyer, Mr. Robert Long, Mrs. Theodora Taylor, and Mr. Anthony
Molodowitch study new mathematics books.
ln the past year our Mathematics Department has
had many honors bestowed upon it. At Occidental
College Mathematics Field Day, a team of four en-
trants won us an honorable mention among seventy
other teams from Southern California.
Mr. Robert Long
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Miss Lois Mayer Mr. Anthony Molodowitch Mr. Frank Pilmer
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Mr. Michael Gidolings
Miss Ruth Nivens
Miss Mary Manning
Mrs. Theodora Taylor
Mrs. Vera Altman
Mrs. Mary McKesson
Mrs. Thelma Yenney
Miss Georgiana Beck Mrs Ethel Brelos
ln addition to the usual physical education
program, the Girls Physical Education De-
partment sponsored two playdays, invita-
tional tennis matches, a dance festival, and
a G.A.A. banquet to award honors.
Mrs. Vera Altman, Miss Georgiana Beck, Mrs. Ethel Brelos,
Mrs. Mary McKesson, Mrs. Thelma Yenney.
Mr. John Daniels
Standing: Messrs. Alvin Katich, Virgil Stevens, Richard Wilkin- K
son. Seated: Messrs. John Daniels, Claude Walker, Verl Murray W '
Teachers in the Boys' Physical Education l im i- 1 A
Department, besides working early and late ,-
on special seasonal assignments in football, iii 5
basketball, and spring sports, added two Q iii '
new offerings to the regular schedule this r "'- 5 "
year - trampoline workouts and weight Mr. AI Kmich
5 Mr. Verl Murray Mr. Virgil Stevens Mr. Claude Walker
Mr. Lloyd Hulse, Miss Cryssie Hotchkiss, and Mrs, Bernice Curnow compare
foreign language test resulfs.
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guage Department This year
are Mr. Lloyd Hulse, teacher
of French, and Mrs. Celia
Christopher, Teacher of Latin.
Mr. Everett Wood passed
away in September.
During the spring the Home-
making Depurfmenl' had a
gala fashion show. The
Home Decoration Class
made its annual Trip To
Barker Brothers Furniture
Store and also had a party
for a group of children.
Mrs. Jean Schultz Miss Angie Verenis
Mrs. Celia Christopher Mrs, Bernice Curnow
Miss Cryssie Hotchkiss Mr. Lloyd Hulse
Mrs. Phyllis Hepburn, Miss Angie Verenis, and Mrs. Jean Schultz plan
future homemaking proiects.
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Mr. Joe Burcham
Mrs. Thompson shows anthology essays to new English Department members,
Reviving a publication not attempted since 1937, the Eng-
lish Department this year issued an anthology of forty pages
of student writing. New feature of the anthology was a
short biographical sketch and picture of each of the sixty
students whose writings were accepted. Students of the
English Department also won awards in various local essay
and speech contests.
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Miss Amie Gilbert Mr. William Hatch Mrs. Muriel Holmgren Mrs. Karen Lauterbach
Mr. Robert Oliver Mrs. Barbara Stine Mrs. Thelma Thompson Miss Emroy Walker
Mr. Louis Baer
Miss Bernice Carpenter
Miss Kathryn Geddes
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Mr. Leonard Morris
Mr. Jut Williams
Joys sorrows and secrets all shared with a very special friend Miss June Jahr Miss Dorothy Clemmons approves the yearbook layout
A busy school day like ours leaves
very little time for that extra touch
of friendliness which comes when
teachers and students meet to-
gether on voluntary protects of mu-
tual interest. Our teachers and stu-
dents do, however, manage to find
time to meet at club functions,
sports activities, and occasionally in
a classroom iust for a friendly chat.
ln such meetings this year, Miss
Clemmons, art teacher, helped us
with professional advice in plan-
ning our yearbook layout, Mr. Frank
Pilmer welcomed students to his
room before and after school for
chess games and mathematics puz-
zles, and Miss June .lahr exchanged
pleasant confidences with visitors
to the library.
Junior Civitans and CivineTTes,
our Two service clubs aT M-D,
parTicipaTed in various chariTy
drives, such as collecting Toys
and food aT ChrisTmas and
holding car washes and dances
To raise money during The year.
Civitans and CivineTTes sponsor a noon dance
for our pleasure.
Under The guidance of Mrs.
EThel Brelos, Catskill Racqueteers,
while irnproving Their Tennis
skills, helped To build a firm
foundation of friendship be-
Tween M-D High School and iTs
compeTiTors, while conTending
for The Player of The Year
ln a friendly huddle, Catskill Racqueteers
compare Their scores.
This could Turn out To be a real blasT.
Field Trips To various colleges,
lecTures, and laboraTory experi-
menTs were iusT a few of The
acTiviTies on The agenda Tor
This year's Science Club, under
The direcTion of Mr. Charles
Dunson and Mr. Paul Yeager.
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Our Library Club plans a trip to the Los An-
geles Public Library.
This year our Library Club, spon-
sored by Mrs. Patricia DeMerre,
enjoyed a visit to the Los An-
geles City Library, guest lectur-
ers, several parties, and also
the displaying and sale of those
beautiful Japanese silk prints.
Our Tri-Hi-Y Council talks over plans for a
Members of the Santa Anita
District Tri-Hi-Y Council, besides
being active as leaders in their
own Tri-Hi-Y clubs, planned for
the yearly trip to Sacramento,
where the Youth and Govern-
ment Convention was held.
This year our Crusaders, directed
by Mrs. Marion Michel and Mr.
James Stewart, enioyed many
activities, such as a morning
fellowship period, various par-
ties, and their regular club meet-
ings, at which they sang hymns
and had guest speakers.
Their morning fellowship period helps our
Crusaders throughout the day.
Members of Orchesis reach for falling stars.
Orchesis, our modern dance club
at M-D, besides participating in
dance symposiums this year,
Took trips to various colleges
and also enioyed a weekend at
Field Trips to various office build-
ings, a beach party, and an in-
stallation of new officers were
activities enioyed by our Future
Business Leaders of America,
directed by Miss Lillian Stone.
Carmen DiPoalo talks
over future plans of l.ettermen's Club.
Comprised of two hundred and
seventy-six members, the Letter-
men's Club included all boys
earning letters in athletics. Spon-
sored by Mr. Verl Murray, the
club is designed to stimulate in-
terest in sports and establish
good sportsmanship among all
Our newest club makes plans for the future.
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The members of Paletteers Club, un-
der the supervision ot Miss Dorothy
Clemmons, in addition to taking
V- first place award for beauty with
their Homecoming float, held an
initiation party and a Christmas
lm if cookie sale during the year.
Rumor says they served green potato salad and black apple cider! Color crazy?
Los Buenos Vecinos, composed
of Spanish students who were
interested in the history, culture,
and customs of the Spanish-
speaking nations, was spon-
sored by Miss Cryssie Hotchkiss.
Members of Los Buenos Vecinos decorate their homecoming float.
Viewing films on nursing, tour-
ing hospitals, and visiting our
local health department kept
our Future Nurses of America,
under Mrs. Vivien Sharbonda's
guidance, very busy this year.
Future Nurses learn the proper handling of surgical instruments.
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Seating the audiences at va-
rious school programs ond plays
and keeping order during our
regular assemblies were among
the duties of our Ushers, who
were directed by Mr. Glenn
Grout and Mr. Arthur Langdon.
Sponsoring local and regional
speech contests was ci service
performed by Speech Arts mem-
bers, who were directed by Mr.
Leonard Morris. They also had
charge of a bulletin board where
they posted recent news of the
President Joanne Gus conducts a meeting
of Speech Arts,
Besides participating in their
yearly "Shoe Shine Day," mem-
bers of our Key Club, under Mr.
Harry Strubbe's direction, held
ci car wash and a noon dance
as money raising proiects. They
also had several potlucks as
diversions from regular duties.
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Physics students who knew a
substantial amount of informa-
tion regarding meterology were
eligible for membership in
Weather Bureau, sponsored by
Mr. Charles Dunson. The mem-
bers, our aspiring "weather-
men," kept daily records of
weather conditions and at-
tempted a bit of forecasting.
Tinkering with numerous plugs,
tubes, and wires and listening
for responses over the airways
were pastimes of our Radio
Club hams. Under Mr. August
Swyke's direction, these boys
studied electronics as well as
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A short one-day train trip and
visits to the local railroad yards
were highlights in the lite of
the Model Railroade-r's Club this
year. Headed by Mr. Jut Wil-
liams, the members learned new
methods ot layout construction.
Model Railroaders learn about variou
s parts of the engine
President Peter Garber presides over a meeting of Junior Statesmen,
This year our Junior Statesmen
learned about the workings of a
democracy by running their own
model government. Headed by
Mr. Robert Oliver, they wrote
legislation, which was later pre-
sented at the state convention,
and studied the major political
ln addition to fulfilling the re-
quirement ot two hundred in-
ches of printed material tor
membership in the national
honor society, Quill and Scroll,
members enjoyed a weekend at
Mrs. Thelma Thompson's moun-
tain cabin and an initiation at
We're listening, Lynda. Tell us more.
The announcement of first semester Gold Seal recipients
Ushering for Go-to-School Night,
selling football programs, and
attending the yearly Gold Seal
Banquet were just a tew ot the
activities enjoyed by our Schol-
arship Society under the leader-
ship ot Miss Vivian Elmgren
and Mr. Robert Long.
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At a special meeting
come students from
Future Teachers wel-
This year, by having the op-
portunity of visiting grade
schools and attending the
annual Future Teachers Con-
ference at U.S.C., Future
Teachers of America, direct-
ed by Mrs. Gladys Lee, were
able to learn much about
the teaching profession.
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Maintaining order in the
hallways during class time
was the main service per-
formed by our Commission-
ers, under the leadership of
Mr. Mitchell Oliver. The
members of this organiza-
tion also acted as official
greeters to visitors at M.D.
Discussing donation posters are officers
of our Junior Red Cross.
Besides donating to the blood
bank, our Junior Red Cross, di-
rected by Miss Madeline Em-
mert, wrapped packages of food
for needy families at Christmas-
time and also sponsored Red
Cross drives during the year.
Members of our Audio-Visual
Class, under the able direction
of Mr. Eugene McAllister, car-
ried heavy equipment such as
projectors and tape recorders to
various classrooms where they
showed educational films.
Showing an interesting film are two mem-
bers of our Audio-Visual Class.
Practice makes perfect, as these girls well know. Well, Qlflsi The mmf" l0PlC l0nl9lWf will be b0YS
Our Maiorette Club, composed
of girls who were interested in
baton twirling, provided instruc-
tion in developing and perfect-
ing the twirling skills and show-
manship of its members under
the direction of Mrs. Vera
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standing participation in school
sporting activities was a re-
quirement ot all members of
Circle M. With Mrs. Thelma
Yenney as sponsor, these girls
had many potlucks and two
wonderful trips to her mountain
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the G. A. A. get-together, and a
banquet in the spring were
highlights of this year, enjoyed
by all members of the Girls'
Athletic Association, which was
sponsored by Mrs. Thelma Yen-
ney and Mrs. Mary McKesson.
Our G.A.A. shows us a real game in progress.
Our History Club of junior and
senior history students under
The direction of Miss Edith Dort
included in its activities This
year a potluck dinner and cos-
tume party, which members at-
tended dressed as historical
Special honors came to the Fu-
ture Homemakers of America
when Kenlyn Card received the
Betty Crocker Homemaker of
Tomorrow Award, Kenlyn also
represented Future Homemakers
at The Governor's Youth Con-
ference in Sacramento.
Two Future Homemakers enjoy sewing at a faculty luncheon.
East meets West as Texans mingle with Romans and Orientals.
T Vic gives the signal for "up periscopef'
Our Camera Club this year con-
sisted ofthe photographers from
the Wildcat and Monrovian
staffs. Taking many pictures and
then making negatives and
proofs of them were the duties
that made this year a busy one
for each of The photographers.
Joan and Judy get another ad from a local merchant. Page-proofing in the print shop is a weekly iob for page editors.
Cathie, your idea's fine, but mine is better.
Madly rushing to meet deadline, the Wildcat staff worked
hard each week to publish our paper. Under the capable
direction of Adviser Mrs. Thelma Thompson, the staff ac-
complished the seemingly impossible task of collecting
newsy information and putting it together for a paper each
Friday. Coeeditors Forrest Bottomley and Cathie Cleland
headed the 'Cat staff, their editorial staff being composed
of Bruce Bottomley, Alan Dahle, Pat Davis, Gael Hanson,
Stephanie White, and David Wills. Sports editor Delbert Reed
turned out good copy with the assistance of Bob Ellis and
Blair Vickers. Bob Davis had the busy iob of copy reading.
The business staff included Ray Burby, Joan Hill, and Judy
West. A new addition to the Wildcat was the Press Bureau,
headed by Lynda Brangham, which reported school news
to local newspapers. Bill Giauque and Carolyn Poister as-
sisted Lynda. Photographers Norman Dickhoff and Gerald
Rockwell were always on location, weighed down with heavy
photographic equipment and ready to do an expert job.
Mrs. Thompson helps Lynda with Press Bureau copy.
These boys take a break from their duties of compiling sports news.
Cathie helps Joan and Dave with their copy writing.
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The junior staff makes an S.O.S. appeal to Mrs. Thompson.
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Wildcat reporters wait their turn at the typewriter.
Jerry O'Connell, business manager, has one of the Co-Editors Lorena Treydte and Linda Savolaine, busy collecting ideas from
biggest responsibilities of the staff. Old books.
Our Adviser, Miss Kathryn Geddes, takes time to help Pat Hitte,
One thousand and seventy-eight pictures planned, scheduled,
taken, approved, printed, and handed over to a publisher right
on the deadline meant getting all sorts of people and photog-
raphers together-photographers with Minoltas, Speed Graphics,
light meters, strobe units, darkroom keys and darkroom skills.
We began the year with Vic, Larry, and Mr. William Gill as chief
photographers, but added Paul Whipple, Mr. Bob Phillips, Nor-
man Dickhoff, and Dan Bruhns before the one thousand and
seventy-eighth picture was done. Lorena and Linda's idea of
highlighting events of the school year as they actually took
place in the fall, winter, and spring meant more work, more
careful planning, and more time spent by all members of the
staff working together. Each staff member had specific sections
to complete, but everyone helped everybody else when particular
sections were due. Cameras broke, negatives were lost, darkroom
facilities were a problem, but we never scheduled our pictures
for a rainy day luntil track timel, and Linda and Lorena never
once had temper tantrums or disagreed about the ultimate-
High School Highlights through the year.
Peggy Garner and Judy Smith copy dummy pages.
Marvin Handy and Ronnie Franklin check some football copy.
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Climaxing this year's traditional Homecoming Day festivities
were the parade of floats, the cars adorned with class princesses,
and the varsity football team fighting its way to another victory.
The Homecoming floats were displayed in a parade around the
field to announce the winners for beauty, originality and best
theme. First prize for beauty went to the Palatteers' Art Club,
while the prize for theme and originality was taken by the
Nlonarcs and Nladauins. Special halftime stunts were performed
in honor of Homecoming by the Band and Pep Cats.
Porter accompanies Alice Spann and Cynthia Knight, co-
heads of Homecoming.
As Song and Yell leaders ride onto the field, we know the parade has begun,
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The Madquin-Monarc Uflu bug" wins first prize for theme as the Paletteers' lovely float captures a first for beauty.
Weeks of hard work for The Band and Pep Cars pays off as we applaud their performances during a football half time.
Senior Princesses: Sandy Pinney, Susan Leigh, Barbara Harvey, Kathy Easiman, Gale Prange.
Freshmen Princesses: Gerry Logan, Linda Thompson, Cathy Capen, Joan Garber, Susan Hancock. !""'U
Sophomore Princesses: Melissa Henderson, Linda Blankenship, Pai Canada, Billie McDonald, Bonnie Fiss.
Junior Princesses: Joyce Walling, Carol Ann Henderson, Paiii Parsonage, Pam Pepping, Christine Lee.
Mrs. Yenney inspects Pep Cats Gayle Sullivan and Alzina Kelly.
Officers: J. Fenton, G. Prange, B. Harvey, S. Fueglein, J. Smith.
Adams, Bannister, Bergman, Bianchi, Caldwell, J. Carter, N. Carter, Collins
Crabtree, Crawford, Eastman, Ellingson, Fator, Fenton, Ferguson, Fischer, Fleming
Fueglein, Garner, Gongaware, Green, Gunter, Harvey, Heflin, Henderson, Herbert
Hitte, Hubbard, Jensen, Johnston-, Jones, Kaufman, Kelly, Knight, Knisley, Kuhn,
L. Laird, N. Laird, Lamb, Lawson, Lee, McDaniel, Mellon, Moore, Palmer, Parsonage,
Pheiffer, Poppert, Prange, Ramsland, A. Reedall, M. Reedall, Reegler, Remington,
Ripley, Salmon, Schleipman, Sears, Simmons, Smith, Sullivan, Thompson, Threadgill,
Tronvig, Walling, Waters, Weller, Williams, Williamson, Wurst.
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Eserin, Farr, Finch, Fleshman, Gordon, Gratny, Grunney, Gutierres, Gyarfas, l-lartigan, Heald, Hickle, Johnson, Johnston, Karasinski, Kelley, Kiley, Koons, Lewis,
Lorman, Low, Matejzel, Mathis, Mays, McGraw, McQuigg, McReynolds, Means, Mejia, Miles, Milbrandt, Mongar, Montgomery, Moreland, Olivas, Paige, Pett,
Rollins, Roma, Sam Shafer, Sharon Shafer, D. Sillason, G. Sillason, Singer, Smith, Sperry, Vore, Weiman, Weisz, Williams, Wilson, Wingert, Wronka.
Leading the Wildcat Band is Bill Kiley, our drum maior. Band Officers: Dave Sillasen, Tony Boyd, Joan Williams, President Larry Amon.
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Teresa, Mateizel, Groghan, Damewood, Barsz, Tisor, Huffman, Pensen, Salmon, Third Row: Newland, Green, Calkins, Pelkey, T. Smith, Anthony, George, Long, J.
Smith, Samuels, Hadley, Codey, Youmans, McGinnis. Not in picture: Tomberlin, Klein, Pantaliono, Sarinana.
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llil Dink Walker said that he was ve ry
it had made such excellent progress
The Wildcats were not expected to do very well be-
ggse- they wereygttfiigtgginexperienced team, the line-up consisting
of to play football and terrific spirit
helped the team to place second in their league. Next year
Monrovia should have an even better team because of several
returning lettermen. The boys who are expected to be a big
help are linemen Boyd Anthony, Bob Matejzel, Terry Smith, Dean
West, and Bill McGinnis. Valuable backtield men will be Mar-
shall Hall, Marvin l-landy, and Larry Carroll.
Carmen DiPoalo did an exceptional job
in leading the Wildcats through the sea-
son. The success of the team was largely
due to the excellent way he kept the
Head Coach Dink Walker and his assist-
ant, John Daniels, discuss the game.
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na, The VVildcaTs sTarTed slowly. Even
Though They came OuT The second
halT To ouTplay Their OppOnenTs com-
pleTely, They couldn'T guiTe maTch
Their score. Carmen DiPoalo sparked
The VVildcaTs, scoring 3 Touchdowns
on runs OT 33 and 69 yards and a
34-yard pass Trom Bill Lewis.
Carmen DiPoalo picked up 213 OT
Monrovia's 392 yards and scored
Touchdowns on The Tirsf play OT The
Covina game and also on a loeauTi-
Tul pass Trom Larry Carroll. Touch-
downs by James Mikell and Bill Mc-
Ginnis conTribuTed a greaT deal To
The VVildcaT vicTOry as did The pass-
ing OT Bill Lewis.
The VVildcaT deTensive players were
The heroes in The San Marino game
as The Tifans were held To 66 yards
while The VVildcaTs were gaining 241
yards. Carmen DiPoalo picked up
l37 yards and scored The one Touch-
down OT The game. Ronnie Frank-
lin's inTercepTion sTOpped The only
San Marino ThreaT.
Carmen DiPoalo charges Through o large open-
ing in The Pomona line.
Boyd Anfhony, Jim Bonciparfe, and Marshall
Hall converge on a Covina runner.
Jim Mikell sweeps The San Marino end.
Mikell evades an Alhambra tockler as DiPoalo leads the way. DlP0GlO ClUl'7C95 GvvC1y from G Mark Keppel tackler
Carmen DiPoalo,,James Mikell, and
Bill Lewis accounted for 333 of the
383 yards gained by the Wildcats
against Alhambra, Lewis scoring on
a 32-yard run. Mike San Miguel and
Gary Salmon each scored on a pass,
Marshall Hall rounding the scoring
with a 2-yard plunge.
George and Smith bring down on El Monte runner.
Against El Monte, the Wildcats
scored two game-winning touch-
downs in the second half to remain
undefeated in league play. Carmen
Dliljoalo scored two touchdowns on
a 3-yard run and a 33-yard pass
from Bill Lewis. Marshall Hall scored
the other touchdown on a l-yard
James Mikell sparked the Wildcats
to their second league victory with
his outstanding running against
Mark Keppel. Mikell scored one of
the three Monrovia touchdowns
which were nullified because of pen-
alties. Once again the defensive
team did an excellent fob.
Carroll Throws a Whittier ball carrier To the Turf.
ln The Whittier game one Touchdown
was The deciding factor which de-
termined The Pacific League cham-
pionship. Mike San Miguel scored
on a 16-yard pass from Carmen
DiPoalo for The only Wildcat score.
The loss was no disgrace, since The
Cardinals went on to The C.l.F. semi-
An Arcadia player rides "Fritz" Zapf To the ground.
Franklin and DiPoalo close in on an Arcadian.
Carmen DiPoalo led The Wildcats in Their convincing victory
over Arcadia, Monrovia's crosstown rival. DiPoalo scam-
pered for l26 yards and 3 touchdowns, all of which were
scored in the first quarter. Marvin Handy and James Mikell
each accounted for second-half touchdowns. The Wildcat
defense again was superlo, holding the Apaches scoreless.
As the Wildcats pulled ahead, Coach Dink Walker substituted
freely and allowed the second team to play most of the
second half. This game marked the end of a very successful
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Carmen DiPoalo was chosen Wildcat of
the Week for the San Marino game. The
Wildcat captain also garnered "Player of
the Year" honors in the Pacific League.
A big, bruising tackle, Bill Hadley, who
was chosen the Wildcat of the Week
against Arcadia, played consistently well
all season and was later named to the
All-League second team.
Mike San Miguel played a game worthy
of the honor of Wildcat of the Week for
the Alhambra game. He scored a touch-
down on an excellent pass from Bill
Against Mark Keppel, James Mikell was
the leading ground gainer and scored
two touchdowns, winning him the honor
of being named Wildcat of the Week.
Because Dale Long played a spectacular
game in the line against El Monte, he
was chosen the Wildcat of the Week and
was later selected for the All-League
One of the excellent defensive players,
Rannie Franklin was chosen the Wildcat
of the Week against Whittier. Franklin
came up from his defensive halfback spot
to make numerous tackles.
The Wildcat of the Week is an honor given to the out-
standing Wildcat footballers. During the week following
each game, the student body members cast their ballots
for the outstanding player of that game. The player is
then honored in the school and town newspapers.
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Champs!! The Wildcat Bee Team fought hard all year Tor That Title. This
team was one of The finest Bee Teams This school has ever had and
finished The season with a record of 6 wins and l loss. The only loss
I-O09 G0f1e"W0n9 fakes Off OH G T0UChd0Wn iGUf1T- was due To The ineligibility of a player in The Alhambra game. In his
debut as a coach aT Monrovia, Mike Giddings had a very successful
Bee Team. Bottom Row: Brochu, Shirk, Ullom, Johnston, Stacy, Wellings, Finch, Gonzales, Gill, Webber, Manning, Frazier. Second Row: Young, Thomas, Hartigan,
G. Wong, Skinner, Olson, Valentine, Zschoche, Anderson, Long, Peters, Willson, Crowl. Third Row: Phillips, Mgr., Edwards, Oller, Miller, D. Wong, Childs, Hard-
ing, Herrera, Goldman, White, Albaugh, Myles, McKinney, Koons, Van Horn, Days, Mgr. Fourth Row: Mr. Giddings, coach, Mr. Culp, coach.
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The Bee Starting Team Bottom row Crowl Peters, Gill, Weber, Childs, White, Thomas. Second row: Stacy, Wong, Johnston, Ullom, Harding
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Childs best lineman, McKinney, most inspiring player, Gill, most improved player.
Cee Team. Bottom row. Evans, Oshima, Brown, Zermino, Groghan, Farnsworth, Brock, Benson, Haynes, Olson, Jimmink, Alloczugh, Albin, G. Miller, Newman
Noel. Second Row: Olson, DeCuir, Howell, Hawthorne, R. Miller, O'Connell, Mathis, Hutt, DiNoto, White, Drayer, Roesler, Brewer, Carr, Teasley, Yates. Third
row: Griialva, R. Smith, Shirk, J. Miller, Rodgers, Hayes, P. Smith, Boyer, Florek, Farr, Cash, Newland, Stueve, Cady, Samuels, Bowden.
The excellent running ot Gary Hawthorne and the fierce line
play ot Lee Groghan led the Wildkittens to a season's record
of 4 wins and 3 losses. The Cees' most exciting game was
against Arcadia when Hawthorne scored the winning touch-
down with only tive seconds remaining. Mark Keppel nipped
the Wildkittens 7 to 6 in another close game.
Co-Captains Gary Hawthorne
and Lee G,-oghonu Al Katich, coach of the Wildkittens.
Roger DeCuir gains yardage against Covina.
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Carmen DiPoalo and Bill Lewis lead the Wildcats out of the dressing room.
Graduating Seniors. Bottom Row: Bonaparte, Hadley, San Miguel, Long. Second Row: Mikell, Klein,
George, Groghan, Hand. Third Row: Lewis, Franklin, DiPoalo, Samuels, Damewood, Smith.
Varsity Manager Fred Klusmann carries
equipment to practice field.
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of the victory bell, at the Alhambra-Monrovia football game, of the year, presenting a Calypso type of program with original numbers
from the West Indies.
A colorful parade, which consisted of students' decorated cars, the band and Pepcats, and several student leaders' cars, was the highlight of Green and White
Day. An exciting Friday noon pep rally increased our traditional spirit for our championship football game with Whittier High School.
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ln some classes we learn much without books,
Diane Dees, Peggy Schuerman, and Lona Lincoln anticipate semester examinations. When Christmas
holidays are over, We resume our busy study lite.
Miss Ruth Foreman, our Dean of Girls.
Always there are girls waiting to
see Miss Foreman about college
or Miss Cummens for counseling.
Mrs. Theresa Timko.
Dean of Girls, Miss Ruth Foreman
Q,g1f0kes an inferesf in every phase of
.school life for girls. She is directly con-t
new students, school activi-l
clubs, and each graduate. Shel
"found sympathetically explain-
ing about college and scholarships to al
bewildered senior. But when there is al
chance for her to relax, she finds great
pleasure in the out-of-doors.
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Mr. Arthur Langdon found during his
first year as Dean of Boys that his great-
est pleasure was in being able to give
a boy new ideas and hopes for his
further education, the service, and his
future, He readily encouraged boys to
come To him for advice. His after school
hours were filled with the joys of being
with his family and of remodeling his
beautiful house, originally built in 1900,
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Mr. Arthur Langdon, our Dean of Boys.
While anticipating interviews with
Mr. Langdon and Mr. Grout, these
boys entertain themselves.
Girls' Counselor, Miss ClyTis
Cummens, guides Sharon in
The subiecfs advisable To
achieve her goal in life.
Miss ClyTis Cummens and Mr. Glenn GrouT, our
counselors, are always undersTanding when They
lisTen To our pleas To have our lunch period
changed. They knovv abouT our problems and
complainTs, and They do everyThing possible Tal
change Them. There were rnany Times, This year,i
when we would have rnade a misTake if we had
noT been direcTed To The righT choice of classes.i
Frarn Mr. Lang, DirecTor of Research and TesTing,Q
The counselors obTained The resulTs of our sTan-T
dardized TesTs To guide us in choosing subiecisj
We were capable of handling.
Mr Lang discusses Bills excellenT NaTional MeriT Scholarship TesT.l
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GrouT, lisrens lo The plans Jack
has for the preseni and The
Wifh Beify helping, Mrs. Coger answers questions for Douglas and John.
Joanne, Sharon, and Susan Try running an office and solving
the problems Thai' go with if.
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sponsor, Joan Garber, vice-president, Tom
' dream of being in high school has at las? come true. There were days when
gp were lost, but we soon became familiar with the campus. We will always
que., mber those first football games and dances. Our Freshman Problems'
.4 , fgjects anal clubs have kept us busy during our freshman year at M-D.
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S. Anthony, A, Albin, R.
Benson, P. Baron, F. Baily, R.
Ashley, D. Autery, J. Booth.
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B. Aguoyo, D. Austin, D. Austin. Second row: C. Burski D. Brown, H. Brown, S. Anderson, D. Belin, J. Allen, J. Busik
A. Ackley. Third row: R. Boughner, D. Bailey, S. Butler, J. Brown, T. Bates, D. Arnett, R. Bell, I. Armas, L. Bencler, E
Fourth raw: B. Boston, J. Ainley, J. Boiano, L. Boulton, D. Anderson, G. Alexander, R. Autery, D. Anderson, D. Boggs, C
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Bottom row: F. Clark, S. Chick, P. Days, S. Corio, M. Coates, M. Cecco, B, Crellin, R. Counts, P. Burns, B. Cellini, R. Bramble. Second row: J. Crockett, N. Crow, D.
Davenport, D. Day, K. Dennis, N. Dean, K. Capen, C. Conacher, G. Chamberlain, D, Demetreos, L. Davis, E. Danchik. Third row: B. Conti, H. Card, R. Brock, P. Cioe,
D. Burleson, L. Christensen, C. Boyer, G. Cooper, D. Bracken, T. Crook, R. Clarkson, R. Clyde.
Bottom row: J. Garber, B. Ellingson, C. Dick, B. Florek, J. Donofrio, D. Ewing, Z. Fremeau, K. Fisk. Second row: C. Feltus, L. Fanslow, D. Ellis, R. Fleshman, R. Evans,
R, Derrico, D. Fuelling, J. Farry, T. Farnsworth, C. Dohrman, B. Finder. Third row. L. Fuller, J. Fuchs, C. Fennikoh, J. Fisher, S. Felts, S. DiPoalo, G. Dohrman, J.
Garcia, K. Evans, J. Edland, K. Eckhart, N, Doroshaw. Fourth row: F. DiNoto, J. Fonseca, J. Galvz, D. Drayer, R. Geffen, B. Gilbert, R. Finch, M. Fleshman, J. Gautier,
F. Florek, A. Farr, P. Eserin.
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Bottom row: T. Hammond, M. Giboney, J. Gardiner, C. Gritfee, V. Gillroy, C. Grimes, M. Greene, J. Hooper, T. Gill. Second row: W. Goff, R. Goldman, W. Gyarfas,
K, Golden, F. Gookins, F. Haynes, J. Guyon, B. Fisher, L. Groghan, B. Halsted, D, Heald, L. Green. Third row: D. Gomez, J. Gibson, J. Gross, J. Gibson, V. Ginn,
D. Gratny, L. Gourley, J. Hall, D, Gleich, P. Greenwood, P. Hayes, S, Goedeck. Fourth row: E. Hartigan, J. Griffin, J. Green, D. Goggins, R. Gus, C. Hamilton, A.
Doyon, D. Harvey, D. Grant, L. Gasparrelli, S, Hehn, R. Hart.
Bottom row: C. Hamblin, K. Hose, S. Hughes, J. Hentsch, S. Hebert, T. Helm, N. Jackson, C. Hoffman. Second row: B. Lundborg, S, Kuromiya, J. Koviak, C. Jenkins,
D. Johnson, K. Hoevel, B. Hunt, R. Helton, J. Jaeger, J. LeDoux, E. Kiick, J. Jimmink, S. Karasinski. Third row: C. Hill, C. Hotaling, J. Jacobs, M. Hanscom, L. Hirt
J. Hendrickson, P. Jensen, D. Hellyer, M. Huyck, C. Housch, E. Hatcher, S. Hancock. Fourth row: C. Herman, J. Lent, R. Lawrenz, C. Helle, J. Jehne, L. Long, R. Kidd,
J. Kingston, L. James, T. Howe, B. Jensen, R. Libbey, P. Hobson.
Bottom row: M. Jesseman, J. Kopecky, S. Kenney, A. Lewis, L. Jackson, S. Kwentus, N, Klepper, M. Knoll, L. Krieg, G. Lorgan, C. Kelly. Second row: J. Montgomery,
H. Montgomery, M. Mislove, M. Jones, H. Meyer, J. McLean, D. McKinney, R. Moreno, J. McReynolds, M. Manthey, T. LaVarnway, K. Lang. Third row: H. Johnson
D.nKuhn, J. Knight, P. LaLone, P. Kyle, M. Kaufmann, J. Keating, G. Johnson, V. Kilde, L. Logan, B. Lampman, C. Johnson. Fourth row: M, Newland, B. Mays, D.
McGraw, B. Murray, S. Morrill, R. Morse, R. Miller, O. Moreland, R. Moore, R. Newland, R. McGrath, J. Meister.
Bottom row: D. Monks, S. Miller, J. McCallum, M. Magee, S. Marshman, S. Meyer, S. Maier, J. McCawley, E. Marsden, M. Martin. Second row. M. Pytel, R. Olson,
F. Rhein, R. Noel, C. Reese, D. Peterson, P. Noriega, E. Poague, C. Roberts, N. McFall, B. Lookabaugh. Third row: P. McKee, G. Mosley, J. Moeller, L. Lomax, F.
Morton, J. Moak, J. Nichols, M. Mante, S. Mandell, C. Mattern, M. Lothyan, K. Neergard. Fourth row. D. Norlund, L. O'ConneIl, J. Olson, F. Robinson, J. Roeslar, B.
Pett, K. Oshima, E. Paparteys, R. Ortolano, B. Tartt, T. Relph, G. Paige.
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Bottom row. R. Shanks, R. Root, D. Shannon, T. Sargent, S. Rollins, B. Pierce, J. Perry, F. Pavlicek, C. Pitzer, C. Reightley, C. Ogle, B. Richardson, C. Pierce.
Second row: B. Noble, D. Noble, J. Pemberton, J. Quinn, S. Peters, M, Noble, S. Reese, D. Rettberg, D. Peterson, L. Nonamaker, D. Otis, N. Peck, J. Patterson.
Third row: D. Schiendler, C, Romney, D. Samuels, L. Scott. B. Rutherford, L. Romo, C, Rodgers, J. Ruslie, C. Schafer, B. Schmutz, R. Scott, B. Schaper.
Bottom rovv: P. Tanner, A. Stevens, L, Sokoloft, J. Stockle, T. Scherer, S. Ridenour, J. Sperry, J. Roberts, M. Rodriguez, S. Russ, G. Treio, C. Roberts, C. Snowden.
Second row. B, Valentine, R. Smith, J. Spencer, L. Washburn, L. Taylor, R. Vanderluit, R. Stewart, R. Stark, H. Turner, H. Taylor, L. Seargeants, D. Sheppard, S.
Scnonfelclt. Third row. D. Sumako, C. SanMiguel, S. Stewart, T, Singer, S. Snyder, C. Rucker, M. Springer, D. Shank, S. Ryan, L. Shaw, J. Smith, C. Serafin. Fourth
row: J. Smith, J, Villalobos, C. Wheeler, G. Stauffer, R. Springer, D. Teasley, F. Singdale, R. Strandberg, L. Stillman, B. Rowbotham, R. Webster, W. Temple, R.
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Bottom row: C. Wadhams, W. Titzell, P. Ward, S, Woods, S. Vaits, B. Vorey L. Thompson, L. Zermeno, L. Zermeno, D. Wallace, L. Thompson, J. Wilson. Second
row. A, Ward, B. Williams, T. Wright, J. Zmrzel, J. Weimar, L. Zielstorf, J. Thomas, C. Weisz, S. Wilson, G. Wallace, N. Walter. Third row: D. Wilson, G. White, V.
Warren, A. Vander Kam, M. Walker, C. Wolfe, J. Webber, C. Wadkins, V. Wilson, S. Wheeler, W. Wright.
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and Martha Giboney use the
quadratic formula to solve an
equation in algebra.
Diane Gleich shows no signs
of nervousness as she gives an
oral book report in her English
A tough assignment with large
words and even larger cliction-
ary is a real challenge to de-
termined Mike Pytel.
This is the end of the road,
says Pam Greenwood, espe-
cially when it comes to trans-
lating Spanish road signs!
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In their general science class, Sharon Kwentus
James Lent experiment with electricity.
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ail Dohrman demonstrates how to cook potatoes "lust Not Van Goghs? Well, Miss Clemmons knows that they are only beginners.
reer in radio and electronics interests Richard Law-
Jim Turner, and Brad Murray. The freshmen problems class provides excellent driver education for these future motorists
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Mrs. Lee, sponsor, Lindo Blonkenship
president, Rusty Vensell, vice-president
Penny Thompson, secretory.
been here o yeor now ond feel more cis Though we belong. We oren't
freshmen nor The superior undercldssrnen, but we con boost dbout
the loirgest closs cut M-D. We have rnet The enemy - geometry, ond found
so forrniddble. We ore now reody for next yeor ond The chonce to run for
body offices thot meon leadership in school cnffdirs.
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Bottom row: R. Berry, C.
D. Berlin, S. Allen, S
Boumboch, E. Brown, E.
5. Anderson, N. Borrette, R. Bemon, J. Boker, B. Bell, E. Becuchemin. Third row: G. Albright, D. Allen, G. Bauer, C
Anderson, D. Bender, R. Biddle, D. Berry, R. Archer, D. Blackburn.
C. Beouchemin, J. Binkley, B. Bogle, J. Benson, L. Bornf, A. Agoo, J. Brown. Second row: J. Benson, L. Bennewote,
Bottom row. E. Borrego, S. Brown, D. Brewer, J. Bolton, L. Burk, L. Boswell, M. Bush. Second row: E. Bunting, D. Carlson, J. Burkhart, P. Canada, J. Bostwick,
B, Biggle, F. Casteneda, C. Calvillo, P, Caudill, R. Bullington, S. Burdick, P, Busik. Third row: D. Bulen, M, Branch, M. Brochu, W. Boyd, R. Burby, W. Bullock,
B. Clarkson, G. Bonthius, B. Brown, F. Brand, P. Boswell, E. Brown.
Bottom row. M. Church, M. Coler-Dark, D. Cover, J. Creamer, C. Collins, M. Church, J. Creamer, M. Comber, Second row: E. Coates, B. Cole, H. Cosand, J. Coleman
J. Crichton, K. Chester, D. Chilson, J. Cowles, J. Clarkson, R. Camarillo, K, Coleman, C. Craig. Third row: D. Carpenter, T. Cheraz, J. Clark, C. Casner, J. Cecelones
C. Cabrinha, B. Cather, J. Ciccarelli, J. Carter, C. Butler, W. Carter, B. Clements.
Bottom row: N. Dirks, L. Day, S. Eveleth, L. Dittemore, C. Fenton, M. Dalton, R. Dillehunt, J. Ferguson, R. Deardortl. Second row. J, Downhour, J. Evans,
Dickinson, M. Evalenko, B. Dombroski, K. Eigenhuis, D. Elarth, D. Dees, B. Cole, D. Day, D. Dino, L. Davidson. Third row: R. Duane, D. Duhamel, D. Dedrick,
DeSoto, L. Doys, N. Davis, R. Comstock, T. Decker, E. Cole, G. Doggett, L. Crabb, G. Davis.
Bottom row: B. Griialva, S. Funchess, E. Goldstein, S. Frye, B. Fiss. Second row: V. Fuelling, B. Fisher, M. Goggin, K, French, L. Goodrich, S. Frazier, M. Gautier,
K. Gehr, K. Forest, J. Girouard, D. Frankeberger, M. Freed. Third row: R, Finch, M. Ferro, R. Fonseca, D. Goedeck, G. Durkee, R. Ferrante, D. Goff, J. Gier, R.
Every, l. Eserin, E. Feltus, S. Golden, J. Ellis, K. Erikson,
Bottom row: S. Gorodetzer, R. Hedrick, J. Hart, A. Griffith, P. Haynes, A. Henderson, M. Henderson, C. Hamon. Second row: L. Hauer, H. Hada, P. Hager, L.
Hough, G. Heiman, G. Handy, S. Hardesty, G. Hayes, J. Headrick, P. Harris, R. Hamlin, R. Harper, A. Greene, Third row: P. Grider, B. Hardick, D. Hager, T.
Harding, D. Griffiths, L. Hahn, G. Hawthorne, L. Greene, E. Ellis, R. Gutierrez, G. Hayes, R. Grimes.
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Bottom row: P. Husband, K. Humphreys, S. Immenschuh, C. Hill, J. Hollander, D. Hill, K. Hobbs, J. Hunt, J. Hight, M. Holmes. Second row: J. Kelleher, D. Johnson,
B. Hoop, D. Hutson, M. Langstaff, B. Johnstad, R, Koons, L. Koch, J. Lee, D. La ne, P. Kramer. Third row: D. Immenschuh, J. LaFountain, R, Johnson, B. Holman,
B. Keckler, M. Huffman, M. Herman, M. Hoagland, N. Hoel, B. Jacobson, B. Homan, J. Hickle. Fourth row: R. Hoffman, D. Knight, T. Johnson, R. Lane, R.
Holmberg, M. Huff, R. Howell, O. Hinchman, J. Lamm, M. Hofbauer, C. Johnson, C. Humphrey.
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Bottom row: R. Mathis, D. Masterson, D. Lottn, S. Machado, N. Kirk, B. LaBorde, J. Kenney, K. Katien, K. Kelley, C. Johnson. Second row: C. Jones, N. Kaufman,
N. King, B, Kruetzteldt, A. Jorgensen, L. Johnson, J. Jones, S. Kaplan, J. Kelly, M. Kemp, B. Johnson, J. Lentz, D. Hall. Third row: L. McNutt, M. Low, R. Mathis,
H. McCormick, P. Loungvvay, R. Marshall, J. Lund, W, Marquardt, T. Longley, R. Manvel, F. Merrill, T. Little.
Bottom row. M. May, B. McDonald, J. Lynn, M. McCawley, C. Levinson. Second row: V. Metzger, R. Miller, D. Mesick, C. Middleton, D. McGee, K. Lingo, C.
Lauritson, B. Lookabaugh, D. Linn, J. Kaysen, P. Matyasi, C. Lindsey, D. Lloyd. Third rovv: J. Meyers, C. Linden, K. Lensink, P. Lee, M, Malin, H. McDonald, D,
McAdam, S. MacDavid, C. Larson, M. Maynard, J. Mathes, C. Mason, G. Marshman. Fourth row: A. Micheals, G. Meiia, J. Miranda, B. Miller, G. McMullan, R
Magnussen, J. Miller, D. Miles, P. Mickels, D. McGee, D. Miller, D. Midas.
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Bottom row: M. Peterson, B. Patton, C. Miller, D. Misemer, B. Nelson, C. Peterson, M. Newman, P. Paine. Second row: J. Mclntyre, D. Miller, K. Medley, D
Maudsley, L. Mark, J. Mclnturtt, D. Melton, A. Miller, E. McGrane, P. McKinn, E. Melton, S. Maier. Third row: B. Opel, T. Pantaliono, D. Negus, J. Moore, D
Pelkey, D. Patrick, B. Olson, J. Petersen, J. Perry, H. Olivas, H. Misemer, K. Newby.
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Bottom row: C. Robinson, R. Reed, R. J. Reed, G, Pieri, B. Salerno, C. Russell, M. Ordway, E. Nevarez, E. Owens, S. Monson, J. Nunn, Second row: B. Noiron,
M. Moberly, S. Newsome, S. Mooney, A. Mislove, C. O'Marro, N. Odenkirchen, E. Miller, S. Nelson, I. Norgaard, K, Mitchell, D. Newman, M. Newman. Thirc
row: B. Polk, G. Pfaff, J, Purcell, D. Rinkin, J. Ragsdale, J. Phillips, C. Rodewald, R. Regan, R. Prouse, C. Probst, R. Richardson, D. Pownall, E. Ramirez.
Bottom row. L. Scharringhausen, A. Sessler, H. Schuler, J. Shirk, D. Sanders, S. Sipe, T. Sinclair, S. Prentice, C. Page, E. Radu, M. Paquette, J. Peck. Second row:
M. Philpot, R. Phillips, C. Petersen, K. Smith, J. Peterson, J. Pillarcl, J, Pennington, G. Plante, V. Perkins, R. Rotzlatf, S. Pytel, J. Pollay. Third row: R. Scillion,
T. Smith, G. Salmon, E. Schultz, D. Schoerner, J. Selolers, B. Simons, J. Seasholtz, B. Smith, L. Stueve, T. Smith, R. Shupp, J. Schowen.
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Bottom row: B. Tassio, R. Tiffany, J. Stabell, R. St. Cyr, J. Roberts, J. Russell, l. Ruan, D. Schroeder, S. Saffrhon. Second row: H. Rudolph M Sanders M R
R. Reischel, B, Reischauer, M. Ratt, B. Robertson, J. Royer, B. Richardson, B. Reese, D. Richardson, J. Sam. Third row: B. Stockman R. Thomason D Slay' HUVS,
Cyr D. Steward, B. The-iler, L. Stroup, C. Stockwell, E. Smith, B. Talbott, P. Smith, T. Smith, R. Smith.
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Bottom row: A. Torsak, B. Walters, C. VanHorn, D. Vance, J. Waite, A. Thomas, A. Stephens, D. Simpson, D. Smith, B. Sneer, S. Sellers, S. Snoke. Second row:
C. Smith, T. Spence, M. Sorensen, J. Smith, M. Singdale, G. Staples, L. Scott, S. Sommerville, B. Scott, L. Sperske, R. Stafford, C. Stallman, C. Sowell. Third row:
P. Treydte, J. Walls, M. Voyles, B. Walling, F. Tomkins, J. Titone, G, Ullom, N. VanValkenburgh, J. Vanlwaluwenburg, J. Tyler, L. Turner, D. Wall.
Bottom row: M. Stuart, J. Underwood, G. VanNorman, D. Vollmer, S. Tine, K. Thompson. -Second row: B. Stewart, G. Stinson, K. Still, B. Thomas, K. Talley,
R. Sulzer, J. Teer, S. Sutherland, M. Vaits, T. Turvill, P. Thompson, S, Thompson. Third row: L. Williams, M. Wark, G. Waters, J. Wheeler, R. Vensell, D. Weimar,
F. Weston, D. Weller, G. Weaver, A. Waltz, G. White.
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Bottom row: J, White, P. Welch, M. Watson. Second row: S. Watson, C. Worroll, D. Weber, J. Weatherbie, E, Warner, J. Wright, B. Warren, S. Whiteley, J. Walton,
C. Willett, P. Zamos, G. Washington. Third row: L. Youmans, F. Windsor, E. Zschoche, H. Yates, R. Wirth, E. Wronka, R. Wright, J. York, J. Woods, B. Zermeno,
B. Winkler, J. Yoder.
Pictures are important to this
world history class in the study
of ancient Rome and other for-
Joan Peacock and Paul Smith
know the real meaning of
iournalism-writing copy, run-
ning errands, and proofing gal-
Latin teaches Connie Larson
the importance of Roman his-
tory and ofthe immortal Julius
Preparing for their final test in
life science, Eric Cole and
Corinne Page assemble last
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To keep up with the latest styles, Garry Marshman has Sometimes typing and records go together, but isn't Rock and Roll too fast?
Rita Lopez raise her hem one inch.
Intent on blueprint marking, Bob Regan swings his com-
pass with agility. lvan Eserin, an accomplished electric guitar player, receives private lessons from Mr. Scott
secretory, Sue Lomb, treasurer, Ron Zopf
yeor wos one of our busiest yeors ot M-D. The long ovvoited olreom of being
smen finolly come true. At our Junior Assembly, Rofer Johnson, Olympic
chompion from U.C.L.A., spoke to Us oibout his trovel experiences in
foreign countries. With the purchose of our beoutiful closs rings ond the
of The Junior-Senior Prom, we were beginning to feel like seniors.
Bottom row: B. Bontield,
D. Blockstock, L. Beseke,
Ames, E. Aldrich, A.
, D. Adkins, C. Banker, A. Allred, O. Arnold, T. Adoms.
Gary Thompson, president, Ingrid Fischer,
Bohocek, J. Bergman, J. Blackmore, E. Austin, G. Boconegro, C. Ackley, L. Blond, T. Albin. Second row: L, Bailey, F. Atkisson,
P. Ames, S. Boiley, B. Allen, B. Bogle, V. Arnold, D. Albough, M. Alegria. Third row: E. Bortoch, G. Bailey, B. Anthony, R.
Bottom row: F. Bowden, B. Bottomley, D. Blount, C. Boulais. Second row. B. Brig hr, J. Campbell, N. Carter, K. Carlsen, E. Charak, B. Burnett, J, Caldwell, S. Bryant,
R. Camarillo, M. Boucher, B. Castro, B. Bullock. Third row: R. Blacksher, T. Browder, B. Barnes, G. Barker, M. Boyd, R. Barrett, G. Bench, B. Bourbon, R. Blake,
D. Bima, S. Bonham, H. Birk.
Bottom row: S. Coutts, M. Cook, M. Eckerman, P. Davis, B. Dickinson, R. Dobbs, S. Coffey, D. Decker, N. Dayton, D. Doty, M. Danser, L. Davis. Second row: M
Coughlan, L. Crabtree, G. Buckley, B. Cannady, E, Corley, A. Contreras, C. Cortez, J. Cogswell, C. Cash, T. Carruth, C. Crawford, J. Cole. Third row: M. Corben
D. Butz, J. Cooper, L. Carroll, O. Codey, C. Coleman, W. Christensen, R. Calhoun, D. Burnham, D. Bruhns, T. Campbell, D. Christiansen.
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Bottom row: N. French, J. Gaul, J. Garcia, W. Frye. Second row: M. Dawson, O. Ferrell, J. Fessenden, J. Erth, A. Edwards, J. Ferguson, R. Evans, B. Fleming
S. Fuller, M. Franklin, l. Fischer, N. Dickhotf. Third row: A. Dahle, R. DeMello, R. Dirks, R. Davenport, M. Derrico, V. Drake, L. Crowl, R. Duncan, C. Croston
J. Cude, W. Dooley, D. Dana, D. Green,
Bottom row: J. Griswold, J. Gier, P. Gordon, F. Golden, D. Eubanks, R. Gill, R. Garcia, R. Griialva, R. Ellis, H, Gindin, M. Green, C. Glowinski, B. Funk. Second
row. P. Grunnet, G. Gilsdort, C. Genova, R. Gorodetzer, G. Fowlkes, L. Frazier, J. Fry, J. Fulbright, L. Fox, J. Gongaware, C. Gene, B. Guernsey. Third row:
P. Garber, B. Giauque, B. Green, J. Fleshman, C. Green, R. Extrom, S. Evans, T, Durkee, B. Edwards, M. Gonzales, M. Eller, R. Dyke.
Bottom row: N. Harris, C. Heftelfinger, S. Hartle, N. Haisley, B. Hanscom. Second row: D. Hehn, B. Harmon, M. Ginn, G. Hanson, M. Gonos, E. Gould, B. Gordon,
J. Gould, S. Gunter, C. Harbicht, C. Henderson, C. Hebert. Third row: W. Halverson, J. Hanson, D. Hanley, J. Grondzik, G. Hancock, D. Haight, D. Gutierrez, T.
Gavanski, M. Guyon, M. Hall, R. Hanson, J. Hopkins, M. Handy.
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Bottom row. J. Hebert, B. Hauser, L. Jensen, L. Hokanson, J. Johnson. Second row: B. Hotbauer, J. Johnson, R. Hubbard, S. Hotaling, K. Hunter, J. Hill, A. Herbert,
J. Holmes, L. Johnson, P, Hickle, D. Hermann, F. Hight, B. Jackson. Third row: C. Heldreth, D. Hetle, L. Jensen, R. Johnson, J. Howard, R. Hoon, B. Johnson,
O. Huld, D. Harris, A. Jenkins, D. Heitman, H, Herrera.
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Bottom row: J. Jorissen, P. Killgore, L. Johnston, M. Julian, S. Langrum, S. Lawler, S. Lamb. Second row: N. Laird, D. Kellogg, S. Lawson, E. Lester, R. King, D.
Lotton, R. Litzmann, N. Lehner, D. Kuhn, S. Koch, S. Klockow. Third row: S. Jorgensen, B. Kreutzkomp, M. Kelley, E. Kuetemeyer, D. Kittson, R. Krohn, B. Link,
H. Lang, R. Larson, D. Logon, K. Kimbrough, J. Lee.
Bottom row: J. Streicker, J. McMinn, R. McCroy, L. Mandell, J, McKinney, G. Lis ke. Second row: C. Lett, K. Marsh, D. Lothyon, C. Lee, A. Lefebvre, M. Lloyd,
G. Long, R. Klein, J. Lenhart, L. Lincoln, P. Loe. Third row. l. McFadden, B. McGinnis, E. Lorman, G. McDavitt, R. Lorimor, J. McCarty, D, Mazur, B. Matejzel, B.
McLean, J. Mansell, F. Klusmann, D. McCreary.
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Bottom row. B. May, M. Mateizel, E. Miller, M. Miller, D. Nolland, S. Murray, W. Mency, D. Morrow, S. Morris. Second row: M. McGowan, M. Mitchell, W. Moore,
L. Maxson, S. McKinley, P. Miller, S. Moore, C, Miller, S. Misner, M. Mellon, J. Montgomery, B. Militello. Third row. A. Mooers, D. Meeker, L. Murrell, N. Moak,
G. Myers, D. Meyer, C. Michel, J. Nagy, L. Morse, G. Mongar, H. Meyer, M. Meiia.
Bottom row: B. Orsburn, S. Porter, J. Past, M. Peat, S. Peters, C. Pohorely, P. Pepping, P. Parsonage, V. Nerby, J. Primm, N. Panknin, W. Pinger. Second row:
E. Nelson, N. Ochelfree, N. Noble, J. Nelson, M. Pendergraft, M. Phillips, A. Pemberton, M. Pfeiffer, M. Palmer, J. Petersen, P. Phelan, M. Osfdiek. Third row:
F. Newton, P. Newland, M. Parsons, J. Newland, G. Peters, J. Purbaugh, P. Neergard, R. Oshima, G. Oltmans, T. Penders, S. Plagemann, B. Petry.
Bottom row: S. Salmon, B. Rodriguez, J. Sanders, D. Ross, D. Stacy, R. Roth, A. Sagely, L. Salter, D. Schuler. Second row: J. Ririe, L. Riggs, E. Roberts, P. Ripley,
P. Rude, L. Reegler, C. Poister, M. Reedall, G. Purifoy, E. Polk, P. Pytel, J. Raitt. Third row: R. Schell, H. Scherer, R. Rudloff, K. Roberson, R. Robinson, G. Sillasen,
E. Roddy, L. Racltke, D. Ross, R, Shannon, G. Robinson, R. Rahman.
Bottom row: A. Sipe, W. Schleipman, R. Salmon, A. Sandoval, M. Rzehak, W. Sinclair. Second row: P. Scott, N. Schweitzer, P. Schwennesen, R. Secco, U. Small,
M. Scarff, V. Secrist, C. SanMiguel, D. Sass, L. Schoonover, M. Selby, J. Shook. Third row. F. Shiendler, D. Smith, G. Smith, R. Stone, J. Skinner, P. Replogle, J.
Schipper, D. Shehee, R. Shearhart, R. Seliga, G. Smith.
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Bottom row: E. Tarabek, B. Sutton, T. Stawowy, J. Taylor, J. Shaw, J. Stueve, S. Shafer, R. Stewart, C. Thomas, J. Taylor, D. Snowden. Second row: H. Sherman,
L. Stefan, C, Stone, E. Smoot, P. Serafin, J. Smith, K, Smith, G. Stehle, L. Stafford, J. Stabell, D. Shank, D. Singdale. Third row: F. Stricker, T. Terhune, E. Thomas,
C. Swanson, B. Taylor, J. Sumrall, D. Swartz, J. Drumheller, B. Stuart, G. Thompson, M. Talley, J. Teresa.
Bottom row: J. Tuzinski, G. Trippe, R. Tison, K. Tronvig, L. VanZwaluwenburg, P. Turner, G. Sumner, S. Thompson, M. McDaniel, P. Terrell, C. Taylor, J. Tanski,
J. Treio, L. Torkelson, J. Tiner. Second row: G. Vradenburg, D, McKinley, R. Tibbetts, H. Vanderluit, T. Tyler, K. Walter, B. VanHorn, B. Tucker, B. Vickers, R.
VanHorn, B. Tomberlin, B. Tall,
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Bottom row: B. Wingert, A. Williamson, A, Worroll, P. Wand, S. Vineyard, J. Williams, L, Wright. Second row. L. Wellings, R. Zapf, J. Wurtz, J. Wilson, F. Wheeler,
J. Wenger, C. Wells, C. Wardlow, R. Young. Third row: J. West, E, Vore, D. Westfall, L. Wilson, S. White, A. Williamson, S. Williams, J. Walling, S. Threadgill,
J. Williams, A. Wilson, E, Wear. Fourth row. D. West, G. Wong, J. Young, W. Wright, J. Wear, H. Watson, V. Yeager, D. Wiliams, P. Werner, D. Wyland, R. Walty,
All iuniors take United States
history, but these students were
the first to volunteer to show
us the map.
Remember Linda Jones' "Mary
had a little lamb" speech?
Oxygen, HCO-3, Alan Moores,
chemistry, formulas, Carolyn
Genova, carbon, and what's
With an oo-la-la, Mademoiselle
Arlene Herbert expresses de-
lightful enthusiasm over the A
she got in French.
Spending much time in Hernando's hide-a-way, Norman The boys may laugh and talk, but Bonnie knows the answers in Algebra II.
Dickhoff knows all the intricacies of photography.
A child development class pauses while Judy Griswold,
Marilyn Palmer, and Carol Ackley bathe "Susie." Away from the noise of reconstruction, this English class meets under the old oak
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'lAnd The answer To eleven?" Sophomore Heide cleverly asks.
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announcement of the King and
the Christmas Coronation Ball,
Bill Lewis were crowned
Bob Graeme and
the school gym
Min Christmas colors ot green and reol with
a white Christmas tree in the center ot the
Special features ot the dance were the clever
interpretation ot "Fever" by Alan Green and
Mike DeChellis and a gay Mexican hat
dance. The Jack Stewart Combo played
throughout the evening.
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Bob Graeme and Sandy Pinney crown Barbara Harvey and Bill Lewis as Queen and King.
With the Christmas tree lending atmosphere, couples enioyeol the dance.
The Christmas season marked a midway point on
our calendar and lorought us glamorous festivities
as well as opportunities to be generous to others.
Madquins packed groceries for a local family, Civ-
inettes prepared a Christmas dinner and provided
toys for another family, and Future Teachers went
caroling on Christmas Eve. On Campus, Concert
Choir l sang familiar Christmas carols in our halls,
and Spanish students learned Spanish carols in their
Concert Choir I sang favorite Christmas carols in our halls.
Our M-D personnel enioyed the festive Christmas luncheon.
The Civinettes enioyecl the honor of decorating the Christmas tree.
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Varsity Team. Bottom row: Oaties, Howard, Siren, Avery, Sowers, Hetle, Codey, E. Fisher, mgr. Second row1 Coffman, B. Fisher, Aster, Amborn, Grondzik,
Newby, Moak, Bornt, mgr.
Coach Wilkinson gives his Varsity basketball team o few pointers during a time-out.
Varsity Basketball captain Bob Coffman
and coach Dick Wilkinson were certainly
proud of their fine team of hard-working
players, particularly three-year member
Jesse Oaties. With tremendous effort,
our Wildcats worked up from fifth place
to a tie for second place in the league.
Climaxing the season was the Whittier
game, which qualified the 'Cats for the
league play-offs with Burbank, ending
with a heartbreaking loss of two points
in the last twenty seconds of the game.
Dennis Avery scores two points from under the basket as .lim
Grondzik comes up to assist.
Dennis Avery, forward Rick Aster, forward
.lim Grondzik waits for the tip off as Ricky Aster out jumps an
Ed Sowers, center Jim Grondzik, center
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Ricky Aster, driving in for a lay up, is backed by Bob Coffman
anticipating a possible rebound.
J.V. Team. Bottom row: Vore, l-lowser, Franklin, Brannon, Taylor. Second row: Mr. Walker, coach, Hadley, Smith, George, Mooers, Stricker, Meeker, Kozlowski.
Hey, Ronnie, get that ball!
Led by Rannie Franklin and Terry SrniTh,
The J.V. BaskeTball Team had a very suc-
cessful season, a 6-win, 2-loss record
putting iT in second place in our league.
Under the expert coaching of Dink
Walker, players Bob Brannon, Larry
George, Deon Steckling, and Fred Stricker
also succeeded in scoring high, while The
entire Team insisted that it could have
Taken on any Team during The daily six
o'clock morning practice.
l30V1V1le Ff0f1l4lifW, C0PTain Claude Walker, Junior Varsity Coach
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Bee Team. Bottom row: Berry, Robinson, LoLone, W. Christensen, L. Christensen, Downer. Second row: Wcill, rngr., Bontield, Sipe, Allison, Ruon, Lewis, Meyers,
Bob Downer lays it up for two points ogoinst Arcodio.
With Bob Downer, John Ruon, cind Coptoiin Bill
Lewis os the Bees' most consistent ployers, the
Bee Basketball teom, in the first round, tied with
Whittier ond El Monte for The ledd. In the second
round, however, iniuries hgrnpered the Bees, os
Ruoin broke his gnkle ond Lewis received ci
slight concussion. Following this, the Bees lost
Two heortbreoikers, both by one point, sending
them from The leogue leod to fourth ploce in just
Bill Hatch, Bee bosketboll cooch Bill Lewis, coptoin
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The Apaches haven't a chance with Gary Hawthorne and Roy
Howell on our side.
Artie Jenkins, Charles Virgil Stevens,
Hinchman, co-captains Cee basketball coach
Pacific League champs, the Cee Basket-
ball team, coacheal by Virgil Stevens,
couloln't ask for a better season, for they
went undefeated in their twenty games.
The Kittens owe their great record to the
high scoring of Artie Jenkins and Carl
Robinson, the ball handling of Gary
Hawthorne and Roy Howell, and Charles
Hinchrnan's terrific board control plus
the backing of a bench of good reserves.
Cee Team. Bottom row: Miller, Griffin, Bauer, Mathis, James, Ullom, Jenkins, Hinchman. Second row: Robinson, Howell, Rowbotham, Cole, Weller, Griialva,
Hawthorne, Oshima, O'Connell, Howe.
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Virgil Stevens, Dee coach, and Greg Miller captain
Coach Virgil Stevens' Dee Basketball
team also won tor itself the Pacific
League championship. Because the boys
were determined not to be out-done by
any of our other teams, They went out
to win every one of their practice and
league games. Willie Mency, Jim Ben-
son, Charles Cash, Art Farr, and Greg
Miller, Dee captain, were the outstand-
ing players ot this well-coordinated
Dee Team. Bottom row: Schinler, Evans, Farr, Smith Don Anderson Wright David Anderson Second row Thompson Mency Benson Miller Newland
Oshima, Cash, Wright.
Juniors will certainly remember the two days spent taking the Before the rally for the Alhambra basketball game, Coach Mike Giddings pre
California Mental Maturity Tests in all United States history classes. sented silver footballs to the championship B football team.
A large crowd enioyed the music from the iuke box at the Our league opener with Alhambra brought a large crowd of M-D students to the
first noon dance sponsored by the Civitans. exciting home games,
Mid-Term regisfrafion came on The in-
evitable rainy day.
l Detorated in a Valentines Day theme, The
annual "Date wiflw Dad" Banquet, spon-
sored by the Girls' League, provided a
delightful evening for the girls and their
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Seniors take the spotlight.
Undo Adams cmd Jim Bonoporie , . . lfs spring!
Miss Amie GilberT goes over The scripT for The conTesT play.
The hopeful dream of all drama sTu-
plays and working backsTage wiTh
This year's sTars earned poinTs
for elediion TTT1 Under The supervision of Miss Annie
Gilberf, mainTained The excellenf repuTaTion of
M,D's wiTh The presenTaTion of The comedy,
"STai"lQighT, and The Pasadena Playhouse play,
Thespians in The play "Soldadera" depicf
scenes in which Concha returns from deliver-
ing ammunition To The enemy.
Maria, her guard, walks To The windows To
look ouT over The mounTains as Concha be-
gins her sfory.
Miss Gilbert draws The scene To a climax as
Concha Tells AdeliTa of The horrors of her Trip.
An important lesson for beginning students is the application of make-up. The COSTume Committee selects costumes for a period play
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ln beginning drama classes, students learn basic arts
ot drama and practice them in class performances, In iiii 'iii
each class, students prepare one-act plays, practice l'l' iit'
applying make-up, and learn correct speech habits,
Janet Peterson and Sharon May talk over plans for the birthday party Bob de Botgblgnc and Jack Frost rehearse their parts
"Star Light, Star Bright" was a three-act comedy
about the problem ot turning an awkward girl,
Lucy Macon, played by Gloria Merwar, into a
charming rniss for a birthday party. Susan
Townsend and her girl friend, Jenny Clayton,
portrayed by Janet Peterson and Sharon May,
got themselves into a predicament, but all
turned out well after they wished upon a star.
Student directors were Sherry Hartle and Jerry
Sharon May, Judy Dean, Alan Green, and Paul Treyclte
The house guest, Gloria Merwor surprises Janet Peterson Sharon May and Bob DeBoisblanc
Maria, Marcia Ridgewayg Mute, Margie Mayg El Rico, Wendel Webber,
Capturing Best Play and Best Actress awards,
our drama department was well repaid tor
its time and effort in the production ot the
Pasadena Playhouse Contest Play, "Solda-
dera." The setting of our prize-winning play
was the Mexican Revolution. The heroine of
the play, Concha, was the leader ot a band
of women who were guarding revolution
ammunition. Lead parts were played by
Kathy Eastman, who received the Best Ac-
tress award tor her portrayal of Conchay
Gloria Merwar as Adelita, and Wendel
Weber as El Rico.
Mute, Margie Mayg Tomasa, Elmira
Tomasa, Elmira Collinsg Viejo, Janet
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Cricket, Judy Robertsg Maria, Marcia Ridgeway, Tomasa, Elmira Collins, Vieio, Janet Peterson.
Bottom row: L. Salter, L. Adams, I. Fischer, D. Tolbert, S. Fueglein, M. Henderson, S. Baker. Second
row: J. Braida, V. Shupp, L. Brangham, S. Lorimore, D. Muller, M. Ruiz, J. Bonaparte, B. Betts. Third
row: P. Replogle, B. Graeme, E. Hegg, J. Oaties, B. Meyers, W. Gordon, D. Brubaker.
In this part of "The Creation," according to Mr.
Ullom, volume is the ultimate.
rector, Contert Chibifjjlf made its
first . Ugpieeerqhqeij. . V90 f Ot
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of the year came when the choir
sang at a program tor Los An-
geles County's annual Bill ot
Rights commemoration in Los
Angeles, telling ot America in
song while drama department
students presented a patriotic
tableaux. Singing tor the Cruis-
er Club ot the First Presbyterian
Church and presenting programs
tor our P.T.A. and tor the
Chamber ot Commerce all add-
ed to the busy schedule ot choir
Ingrid Fischer, secretary, Loren Salter, treasurer, Diane Muller, vice-president,
Lynda Brangham, publicity manager, Bob Graeme, president.
From the very first day of school,
Concert Choir II worked hard
preparing songs for presenta-
tion before various groups. Pro-
grams for the Kiwanis Club,
Chamber of Commerce, Arcadia
Presbyterian Church, Monrovia-
Duarte P.T.A., and Monrovia
Woman's Club were among
Those presented to citizens in
the community. The most mem-
orable events were a trip To
Huntington Beach and a trip to
Pomona to participate, along
with other musical groups, in
the Southern California Vocal
Festival. Concert Choir II cli-
maxed its year by singing in
the beautiful spring show at
the Pasadena Civic Auditorium
Ed Sowers, vice-president, Dienna Ellingson, president, Lorna Blomgren, treasurer, Bill Hadley, publicity
Sandy Pinney, secretary.
lBottom row: Vensell, Tucker, Cash, Shirk, Betts, Michel, Baker, Motts, Pillard, Reegler, Weatherby, Hough, Homles, Overbaugh. Second row: Sowers, Kelleher, Shupp
lYates, Martin, Coleman, Bonaparte, Johnson, Stoner, Ellingson, Herman, Stabell, Fueglein, Wilson, Rollins. Third row: Miranda, Calhoun, Replogle, Larson, Corley
Braida, Brown, Hoagland, Pinney, Tolbert, Taylor, McDaniel, Crawford, Oliver, Larson, Fuller, Ridgeway, Fourth row: Hadley, Hegg, Graeme, Brubaker, Gordon
Newland, Meyers, Hinchrnan, Brangham, Lorimore, Muller, Blomgren, Schwennesen, Ruiz, Powers, Weller, Woehler, Kaufman. Fifth row: Wilson, Ullom, Duncan
Reva, Peterson, Torkelson, Deem, Foley, Urbanski, Fischer, Adams, Reedall, Blystad, Flournoy, Hebert, Hartle, Robertson, Bolton.
Bottom row: Reese, Young, Scott, Newland, Spencer, Hammond, Stewart, Kingston, Schuler, Camarillo, Nerby, Sumner, Scott, K. Eigenhuis, S. Eigenhuis.
Second row: Guild, Brown, Gutierrez, Armas, Bennewate, Cash, Anderson, Schmutz, Peat, D. Singdale, Newsome, Frank, Comber, Bunn. Third row: Wahl,
Belden, D. Gutierrez, Florek, White, Bramble, Mency, Gould, Selby, Staples, Lothyan, Mooney, Collins, Barnes, Harris. Fourth row: Melia, Holman, Hopkins,
Harvey, Spicer, Manuel, Funchess, Stockwell, Montgomery, Thomas, M. Singdale, Smith, White, Bemoll, Linden, Johnson, Bailey. Fifth row: Boyer, Miller,
Webster, Burleson, Rowbotham, Stautfer, Berry, Roberson, Yeager, Theiler, Creamer, Dillehunt, De Bow, Bryant, Dayton, Frankeberger, Holmes, Montgomery.
Mixed Chorus members learn a new song to be presented at the spring show.
Mixed Chorus with nearly eighty voices sounded
very promising This year. Under the direction ot
Mr. Chester Ullom, the choir learned many new
selections, sang at two local club programs,
and participated in the glamorous spring show,
"Make Way for Music," singing "Madame
Jeanette," "The Angel Rolled That Stone Away,"
and "Green Cathedral." With high hopes ot
being selected for either Concert l or Il, members
ot Mixed Chorus looked toward their next year
with eager anticipation.
Mrs. Hedvig Finkenbinder works wiTh sopranos, seconds, and alTos in The Advanced Girls' Glee,
TesTing The qualify of their voices and drilling Them on Their individual parTs.
Under The direcfion of Mrs. Hedvig
Finkenbinder, The Advanced Girls' Glee
Club had a Tull schedule. Four of The
girls-Helen Cosand, PaT Zamos, Nancy
Dirk, and Connie LauriTson--broughT
honor To our school when They were
selecTed Tor a choir of eighT hundred
sTudenTs from all over California To sing
aT The NaTionol ConvenTion of Music
EducaTors AssociaTion in Los Angeles.
Members of The Advanced Girls' Glee
Club also song Tor The Panhellenic
ChrisTmos ParTy, Tor o luncheon aT The
ChrisTian Church, and Tor The FoculTy
BoTTom row: Welsh, Logan, S, May, M. May, Watson, Bullock, Goedeck, Housh, BarneTT, Levinson. Second row: Hancock, LauriTson, Jackson, Zamos, Dean,
LenharT, Harris, Whheley, Sutherland, Patterson. Third row: Larson, Thompson, Homan, Kirk, Crichton, Neergard, STuarT, Van Zwaluwenberg, Koenen, Hoss.
FourTh row: McNichol, Pfaff, Riggs, Teer, Hubbard, Heine, West, Edward, Cosand, Lensick, STav, Beach, Biggle.
Bottom row. Austin, Chavez, Kwentus, Pollay, Abrams, Wand, Brewer, Berry, Ferguson, Miller, Bohacek, Sam, Maier, Hoffman. Second row: Burdick, Melton,
Hill, Boiano, Armas, Thompson, Gorodetzer, Blanco, Jackson, Linn, Conacher, Kaysen, Shook, Kenney, Kopecky. Third row: Matyasi, Webb, Webber, Wadkins,
Long, Canada, Schoonover, Peck, Wilson, Gardiner, Belin, Miller, Ertl, Weston, Fisher, Monka. Fourth row: Bunting, Mandy, Collett, Weber, Stefan, Baldwin,
Lett, Mclntyre, Rudolph, Jones, Bernat ,Ward, Davis, Cole, Howard.
The sixty-seven members of Intermediate Girls'
Glee Club, led by Mrs. Hedvig Finkenbinder,
worked very hard this year to perfect vocal
techniques, good voice production, tone, and
interpretation. The girls sang many types of
songs, but their favorites were "Over the Rain-
bow," "Elijah Rock," and "Beautiful Savior."
Many of the girls sang in church choirs. The
girls made great progress and prepared eagerly
for future appearances.
The director of the Junior Girls' Glee Club is
Mr. Chester Ullom. Many of the girls in the
higher vocal groups at M-D have received their
preliminary musical training in this group. The
fifty-four girls worked hard to improve their
vocal techniques, practicing every day during
sixth period. For them the most exciting event
during the year was participation in the spring
show, "Make Way for Music," at the Pasadena
Bottom row: Funk, J. Roberts, Hall, Baldwin, Borrego, Tanski, Luera, Treio, Camarillo, Peterson, Johnston. Second row: Ryan, G'Connell, Elling-
son, Swanson, Kaysen, Phillips, Tine, Sam, Fisk, Allen, Hill, Eckhart, Thompson, Hebert, Third row: Noble, Sumako, LaVarnway, Becker, J.
Johnson, Dennis, Arnold, Bullington, Bunn, Tennant, Tennant, Browder, Moak, H. Johnson. Fourth row: Gilsdorf, Hirt, Logan, Bailey, Felts, Kellogg,
E. Roberts, Lee, Sanders, Smith, Scott, Fuller, L. Johnson, Mix, Brown, Warren. Fifth row: Holmes, Sowell, Primm, Funchess, Washington, Miller,
Wallace, Ewing, Lawler, Rearick, Killgore, Thomas, E. Garcia, Helm, M. Garcia, Aguayo.
Bottom row: Bennewate, Spencer, White, Roberts, Armas, Young, Reese. Second row: Bramble, Boyer, Hopkins, Funchess, Phillips, Kingston, Hayes, Schuler
Third row: Harvey, Manuel, Spicer, Holman, Berry, Stockwell, Stautfer, Anderson. Fourth row: Webster, Singdale, Rowbotham, Miller, Theiler, Robinson,
The Boys' Glee Club is a preparatory group
whose members are invited to ioin Mixed Chorus
at the end of the first semester of school. Under
Mr. Chester UlIom's direction, the thirty boys be-
came acquainted this year with various aspects
of choir work and vocal technique. For its ap-
pearance in the spring show, "Make Way for
Music," the Boys' Glee Club sang "Navy Hymn"
and "Army Blue."
The Junior Band had thirty-one members this
year. Their director, Mr. Harold Scott, said they
proved to be a most satisfactory beginning
group and showed great promise as future Con-
cert Band members. Some were already profi-
cient enough to take part in activities of the
Senior Band. During the year members learned
fundamentals of playing in an instrumental en-
semble and became familiar with music they
will play next year.
First row: Gyartas, Heald, Bouler, McQuigg, Conti, l. Eserin, Casner, Chick, Ellingson. Second row: Sperry, Rider, Singer,
Pink, Cather, Van Horn, Helle, Bonthius, Autery, Weisz, Hartigan, McGraw, Card, McReynolds, P. Eserin, Means, Roma,
First row: G. Mongar, N. Lorman, P. Hager, D. Weimar, T. Boyd, A. Boulton, S. Chick, R. Milbrandt, L. Johnson, M. Koons. Second row: J. Williams, D. Gartny,
T. Singer, B. Gyarfas, L. Amon, A. Farr, B. Noel, S. Shafer, L. Miles, G. Paige, B. Ellingson, M. Mateizel. Third row: J. Hickle, C. Casner, D. Heald, J. Mc-
Quigg, R. Brock. Standing: P, Grunnet, E. Charak, G. Smith, G. Melia, B. Vore, B. Kiley.
Under the direction ot Mr. Harold Scott, the Concert Band
completed another successful year ot presenting thrilling
halt-time stunts, adding much to the spirit ot our football
and basketball games. They also participated in the annual
West Arcadia Parade, the All-Western Band Revue in Long
Beach, and the Band Jamboree in Corona. They attended
the State Music Festival at Pasadena, where they chose to
play "Scherzo" by Fauchet and "Toulon" by Pares, and they
By devoting his own life to a study ot music, Mr, Harold Scott has been able
to lead students toward a musical career.
presented a memorable band concert in the spring. The
band was expertly led by Drum Major Bill Kiley, who also
assisted Monrovia Day otticials in selecting the bands par-
ticipating in the parade. Bill received an invitation to join
the All-American Judging Association, which travelsthrough-
out the United States, iudging parades and other activities
in which bands participate.
The French horns, trumpets, flutes, and saxophones concentrate on perfecting
Marilyn Greve, president and leader of our orchestra, has also been a member of the San
Gabriel Valley Symphony Orchestra for several years.
The thirty-five members of our Orchestra are
very active students of music. Some of them
study individually with Mr. Harold Scott, di-
rector of their orchestra, and some play in the
junior and senior San Gabriel Valley Symphony
Orchestras, also directed by Mr. Scott. At the
State Music Festival at Pasadena the group pre-
sented "Waltz" from "Eugene Onegin" by
Tchaikovsky and excerpts from the "Romantic
Symphony" by Howard Hanson.
l First row: G. Grizenko, D. Williams, M. Koons, N. Rollins, A. Hays, S. Porter, Mr. Scott, B. Pett, C, Hayes, J. Carlson. Second row: H, Cosand, P. Owen, P
Werner, D. Haight, B. Simmons. Third row: D. Coates, C. Motts, J. Bolton.
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L A N Open the gates forthe Oklahoma land run!
mm 51 Our election dance is a place of mixed emotions as it climaxes several
hectic weeks of careful planning for poster parties.
A,S.B. President Frank Kozlowski
Tall, dork, and Frank lnafurallyl.
Frank aT ease in his office.
Tall, dork, and Frank lnciTurallyl, our A.S.B.
president, Frank Kozlowski, always smiling
and optimistic, managed To guide us
Through cs year of rehabiliTaTion of our moin
building and consequent curTaiImenT of
student body ocTiviTies ThaT would hdve per-
monently frusrraied mosr people. YeT Frank
moved confidently among his various com-
miTTees, found Time Tor memordble cissem-
blies, ond succeeded in leoving Three noTe-
worThy improvemenTs aT M-D: d cemented
Big M, on screen on The mdrquee, and a
movie ccimera Tor school use. AcTive in
oThleTics, Frdnk also was ci member of Key
Club, Junior STaTesmen, ond Monarcs.
Willie Wildcat performs aT The Covina game.
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Dick in The role of weaiherman.
We hear ThaT Dick Philpof, familiarly known
as "PoTsy" among his friends, freauenTly
Took refuge from "life" in lofTy places in-
habiTed by his weaTher bureau friends. Like
his counTerparT in The Whife House, affable
Vice-PresidenT Dick was able To win friends
and influence people while carrying out his
official dufies, in his case presiding over The
House of RepresenTaTives. UnTil The rehabili-
Tafion of The audiTorium began, Dick Took
his place as emcee for our second assembly.
LeTTering in Track and golf, Dick was a mem-
ber of CiviTans, Quill and Scroll, LeTTermen,
Scholarship, and Monarcs.
A.S.B. Cabinet Boffom row: Green, Jouromsky, Pinney, Eastman, San Miguel,
A,S.B. Vice-President Richard Philpot
Siren. Second row: Grizenko, Samuels, Kozlowski, Strcifhmonn, Amon, Wyman
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House of Representatives. Bottom row: Strathmann, Amon, Betts, Grizenko, Wyman. Second row
Kozlowski, Jouromsky, Siren, Green, San Miguel. Third row:
Pinney, Knight, Spann, Tucker, Sothcott, Lee.
Peck, Knisley, Eastman, Leigh,
Our Student Court maintained law and order
effectively this year with Diane Muller as chief
justice. Her assistants were Judy West and Bob
Albright, associate justices, Lorna Blomgren and
Doris Overbaugh, recording secretaries, and
Jack Wyman and Pat Kelly, bailitts. Dick Philpot
and his assistant, Bill Siren, speaker ot the
house, presided over The House of Representa-
tives, our law-making body. Representing our
district at Sacramento last June were Girls and
Boys Stclters Gaye Tucker, Bill Lewis, Andy l-lays,
and Pat Kelly. These students were among the
twelve hundred who participated in mock city,
county, and state governments. The Pep Com-
mission, headed by Sandy Pinney and Ken
Jouromsky, had another busy year promoting
traditional Wildcat spirit. This group was re-
sponsible tor the clever card tricks during the
football season. By means ot announcements,
the Marquee Committee, Bob Meyers and his
assistant, Doug Wall, told the community what
was going on at M-D. A.S.B. card sales, posters,
and handbills were the handiwork ot the Pub-
licity Commission, headed by Bill Siren,
Girls and Boys Staters: Andy Hays, Gaye Tucker,
Pat Kelly, Bill Lewis.
Pep Commission. Bottom rowf,Kiley
DeChellis, Shipley, Cortright, Prange, Koz-
lowski, Lemire, McNeil, Graeme, Leigh
Bowden, Voorhees, Pinney, Tucker, Coo-
per, Green, Jouromsky, Eastman, DeBois
blanc, Fiss, Knight.
Marquee: Doug Wall and Bob Meyer.
Publicity Commission. Bottom row: Adams,
Spann, Kozlowski, Betts, Grizenko. Sec-
ond row: Rankin, DeCheIlis, Overbaugh
Savolaine, Ramsland, Hays, Kelly, Bona-
parte, Third row: Tucker, Greye, Bran
nan, Cleland, Fenton, Siren, Bailey,
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Gloria McAllister, secretary, Sheila Lorimore, president, Mary E en
McNeil, veep, Anne Reedall, treasurer.
Vivacious Sheila Lorimore, president of Girls'
League, led the girls of our student body in a
variety of activities. As capable as Sheila were
the remaining Girls' League officers, Mary-Ellen
McNeil, veep, Gloria McCallister, secretary, and
Ann Reeolall, treasurer. The first Girls' League
Assembly was a glamorous fashion show by
McBratney's Department Store. The coed dance
was a traditional "must" for the girls, as was
the Father-Daughter Banquet, held in February.
Prize winning boxes and fathers at the Girls' League banquet.
Girls' League Cabinet. Bottom row: Logan, Thompson, Bergman, Smith, Adams, Reedall. Second: McNeil, Miss Gilbert, Miss Albarian, Lorimore, Powers,
Greve. Third row: Rankin, Bell, Prange, Laird, Leigh, Harvey, Goldstein, McCallister, Jackson.
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Boys' League this year when they dis-
covered Bob Graeme was president.
Assisted by Rannie Franklin, veep, Bob
Brannan, treasurer, and Phil Bailey,
secretary, Bob's men made the year
noteworthy with a welcoming party for
freshman boys in September and The
very beautiful Christmas Coronation
Boys' League Officers: Phil Bailey, secretary, Bob Graeme
president, Bob Brannon ,treasurerg Ronnie Franklin, vice
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Muller, Blomgren, Lorimore, Cleland, Tucker, Gordon. l
The dream of owning one of Those beauTiTul white Mad- aw
quin sweofers came True for Twenfy lucky junior girls E
lasT spring. During Their acTive year The Mudquins served
as ushers aT home foofball games and oTher special -,
TuncTions. A prize-winning TloaT broughT honors To The
Madquins and Monarcs. ParTies and poflucks helped
To complefe a busy agenda. The officers of This honored
group were Nelda Rankin, presidenT, and Sally STeele,
secreTary-Treasurer. AssisTed by Their sponsor, Miss Ruth
Foreman, The girls enioyed a memorable year.
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become a Monurc. The TwenTy members of This club were
chosen from The boys of The junior class To serve The
school in Their senior year. Proudly wearing Their maroon
and silver iclckeTs, The Monarcs performed many services,
which included The decorafing oT The goal posTs Tor TOOT-
ball games ond The distribufing of cards Tor half-Time
sTunTs. The Monarcs rounded ouT on enioyoble year wiTh
The Monorc-FoculTy boskeTboll game ond ci poTluck wiTh
The Madquins. Bill Lewis, John STrc1Thmann, and Jim
BonaporTe presided as officers of The honor group.
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Dolly I-Gmife Judy Dean Sally Bowden
With our songsters in charge, spirit couldn't be better.
Mike DeCI'xelIis Jerry Cortright
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Our mojorettes made cm good show both in competition cmd of games.
As fulltbrought us back to school, we
rbusfilyiagathered gym suits, shoes, socks,
Sweatshirts. Mrs. Cook helped by
issuingtfniew locker combinations and by
reminding us of our towel numbers. The
playing of basketball, volleyball, and
speed-away developed us into co-ordi-
nated athletes, while on rainy days we
rested from strenuous sports and played
checkers, lacks, and ping-pong. The Gym
Department offered special classes in
Tennis, modern dance, golf, and archery.
Mrs. Cook helps the maiorettes prepare for a pep rally,
and, oops, accidentally sticks Carolyn with a pin.
Mrs. Yenney, head of the Girls' Physical Education De-
partment, discusses grades with Diane, as Marianne
checks squad cards.
Mrs. Cook hands out Towels to the girls.
Being expert mcrksmen, the girls get to practice with live targets!
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A heated pool enticed the students to swim oll year round.
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M-D scores winning point against West Covina. Play day opponents exchange school ideas over a game of ping-pong.
"Sputnik" was the Theme chosen for the G.A.A.
playday with all decorations carried out in a
space motif. Three hundred girls from Arroyo,
California, Duarte, and West Covina met in the
basketball gym, where the modern dance class
presented a short program. School cheers and
songs followed an introduction of G.A.A. presi-
dents and sponsors. The girls competed in bas-
ketball, volleyball, badminton, ping-pong, and
A close match with Duarte proves that a newly formed school has lots of spirit.
Two-four-six-eight, who do we appreciate, Monrovia-yea!
Cross Country Team. Varsity, Bottom row, Larson, Giauque, Parsons, Dahle, Werner. .l.V., Second row: St. Cyr, Van Horn, Hanley, Davis, Tarsak, Baker.
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harriers managed to crush Keppel by
eighteen points and Arroyo by three
points, They lost Their other meets.
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Juv. Co-Captains Murlen Parsons, Phil Werner, and Ron Larson-M-D's Marathoners-practice for an upcoming race.
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Parsons, Darle, Coleman, McGinnis, Sowers, Green. Third row Grauque Nelson Davis Van Horn Salmon Fisher
Coaches Virgil Stevens, Verl Murray, and John Daniels
Our Varsity Track Team has been contin-
ually hampered by bad weaTher and has
had only Two meeTs Thus Tar. AT press-
Time, The WildcaTs are undeTeaTed in
dual meeT compeTiTion, having deTeaTed
San Marino, 52 To 48. They have also
run in The El MonTe Relays againsT some
of The finest compeTiTion in The SouTh-
land. James Mikell, Mike San Miguel,
and Bill de Boisblanc have been con-
sisTenT poinT-geTTers in Their respecTive
evenTs - The sprinTs, hurdles, and shoT
puT. Coach Verl Murray's experience in
coaching Track has been one of The
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Gef your camera, boys! lT's going to be a photo finish,
Bill de Boisblanc's best efforf, so far. Crossing The bar-could it be Tennyson?
Bee Track Team. Bottom row: Pieri, Boyd, Theiler, Zapf, Thomas, Miller, Handy, Hayes, Hartigan. Second row: Longley, Larson, Edwards, Crowl, Wellings,
Talley, Stacy. Third row: Kelleher, Oller, Wong, Sillasen, Werner, Yates, Robinson, de Boisblanc.
With only two meets under their belts,
the Bee Trackmen look very good and
should tigure prominently in league
standings. Coach Verl Murray is count-
ing heavily on Marvin Handy, Dallas
Oller, and Ron Larson in their respective
events - the hurdles, shot put, and 660.
Calvin Thomas, Rogers DeCuir, and Richard Johnson in the lOO'yard
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Gillespie, Martin, Brown, Wronka, James, Magee. Third row: Reese, Bender, Pierce, Gus, Schoerner, Probst, Ullom, Haynes, Wright, Hawthorne, Selders, Reed.
The Wildcat Cee Track team, sparked by their 400-
yard relay team consisting of Gary Ullom, Gary
Hawthorne, Frank Haines, and Carl Robinson, has
made an excellent showing in their first meets. Also
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broad lump competition. The Cee track team has a
good chance tor the C.l.F, title.
Gary Hawthorne strives to top his record of 20 feet.
Carl Robinson and Gary Ullom lead the Wildcats to a victory over
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The Wildcat Varsity Baseball coach, Al
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after his team's fine start, Sparked by the
pitching of Larry Carroll and the hitting of
Carmen DiPoaIo, the Wildcats are looking
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time. Pleasant surprises this year are Sopho-
more Mike Brochu and Junior Bruce Bourbon
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J.V. Baseball Team. Bottom row: Benson, Miller, Zermeno, McKinney, Midas, Newton, Bullock. Second row: Bracamonte, Smith, Tassio, Griialva, Lehner, Eriksson,
Tomberlin. Third row: Kramer, Brand, Extrom, Meeker, Brubaker, McCormick, Cole, Lund, Vore.
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Boggs, Spencer, Morse, Samuels. Third row: Schuler, Roberts, Lundborg, Albaugh, Grayer, Long, Carr, Baron, Jimmink, Vanderluit, Osborne.
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but inexperienced trosh who are being taught the
basic fundamentals by Coach Richard Wilkinson. Art .
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Coach RoberT Oliver's VarsiTy Tennis Team had an
even 4 win, 4 loss record when The Monrovian wenT
To press. Paced by Bob Goss, PaT Kelly lTeam capTainl,
and The doubles combinaTion of Bill Siren and Frank
Kawasaki, The Team has made a vasT improvemenT
over lasT year's record and is expecTed To fare much
beTTer in Pacific League play.
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Bill Siren slices as Frank Kawasaki waifs
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with 6 wins, 3 losses. Most of the credit goes to the
doubles Teams of Larry O'Connell with Norman
Panknin and Wayne Gordon with Jim Wright. Dennis
Pytel deserves recognition for singles competition.
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The Wildcat Golf team under the able supervision
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mittee asked this convincing question when Junior Class dues Classes,
Roost beef dinner, waiters gorbed in roaring twenties costumes At the Leprechaun Hop shamrocks and leprechauns lent an Irish atmosphere to the dance
and models showing new chemises brought smiles and ap- sponsored by the Key Club and Thespians.
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With the costumes providing laughs and
the game providing excitement, the
Monarc'Faculty Basketball Game, spon-
sored by Scholarship Society, was deemed
a success by those who attended.
of our last exciting moments of our
lol year came when we received the
ual, our record of our year here at
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Sponsors Davison and STewarT Talk wiTh Andy Hays.
Andy Hays, presidem, Judy Fenton, secreTary, Jim BonaparTe, vice-president
Barbara Harvey, Treasurer.
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Senior Mixer, and Career Day
Looking back over The years,
We! days, single lunch periods and
us aT M-D Tor The TirsT Time
in our sophomore year, and our iunior year broughT us
The memorable Iowa and DiTTerenTial ApTiTude TesTs
along wiTh The "Taps Tor The Top," meaning, of course,
The selecTion of The new Monarcs and Maalquins. BUT
now we are apprehensively enTering a greaTer school,
The school of life. We hope This school is jusT as enioy-
able as our "high school in The valley."
Senior RepresenTaTives: lleft To righTl Sowers, Adams, Lewis, BonaparTe, DeBow, Blomgren, Lorimore, McCall, Bishop, Hays, Leigh, Muller, Harvey, Laird, SmiTh,
Bell, Savolaine, Kaufman, Fenton, Siren, Grizenko.
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Sally Bowden Anthony Boyd
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Robert Davis Judith Dean Robert de Boisblanc
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Carmen DiPoalo Judith Dittemore Robert Downer
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Carolyn Gray Alan Green Georgella Green Marilyn Greve
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Cynthia Hetlin Edward Hegg
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Sylvia Laitinen Ronald LaLone Judith Larson
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Carmen Miriiunio Leslie Modie Claire Monfgomery
Alberi Moss Carol MoTTs
Louis Nagy Roger Nelson
Gregory Millins Harolol Miner
Victoria Moore Jerome Morelanol
Diane Muller Marilyn Mulligan
Richard Newby Melvin Newman
Jesse Oaiies Jerry O'Connell Theresa O'Connell William Olegario
Walter Oller Carol Orr Donald Osborne Doris Overbaugh
Michael Peck Susan Pfaff Richard Philpof Gary Pike
Marie Popper? Joan Powers Gale Prange
Bob Query Eugenia Ramsland Nelda Rankin
Rosemary Reighfley Janice Rerningfon James Reva .Claudia Richardson
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Barbara Schmidt Daniel Schurr Bill Seday
John Sheehy Jacklin Shephard Mary Shirk
David Sillasen Barbara Simmons William Siren
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Andrea Seymour Samuel Shafer
Marian Shipley Sharon Shriver
we are late fo class.
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Pat Truchon Gaye Tucker
la Van Gundy Margaret Voorhees
Qaren Walsh Robert Wahl
nrilyn Waring Pamela Warren
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Iherie West Linda West
Louise Vail Melinda Valenzuela Jack Van Brunt
The selection of senior announcements brings the final day closer.
Judy Webb Douglas Welch Beverly Weller
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Don Wetzel Walter Wheeler Edward White
Michael White Robert White Suzanne Whitlow Robert Wiebe Victor Wild
Wilma Williams David Wills Walter Willson Larry Winkler
Janice Woehler Hazel Wolfram Donald Wong Janet Wong
Eleanor Wurtz Jack Wyman Bernadette Yetsko Mary Zermeno
During yearbook signing season there is one sweet sentiment written over and over
again: "To a sweet kid in my English class."
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Mr, Long tries to calm anxious seniors who are about to take
the long-awaited National Merit Scholarship Test.
Yes, that's what we love to see. Gentlemen - pure, warm-hearted,
unselfish, but disgustingly lazy gentlemen.
Senior wall? There it is - behind that mess! Dancing and the pizza pie eating contest climaxed a marvelous Senior Mixer.
Barbara Harvey for her lovely poise
and tact and, well-look for your-
self. Bill Hadley for his lum yeahll
many admirers and delightful way
Linda Van Gundy for her effer-
vescent song leading, warm heart,
and winning smile. Jerry Cortrighl
for his cheering section finger con-
trol and crazy antics.
Judy Fenton for her superior scholastic abilifies Mary-Ellen McNeil for her sparkling Sense of
Und 9V9"'Pfe59hl l0Ve of fUh and C0mP0nl0n5- humor, journalistic talents, and entertaining
Bill Lewis for his ability To score equally as gifr of gcib. Alan Green for his impressive
high lh his CIGSSGSI friendships, Und Glhlellcs- showmanship, and truly sincere friendliness.
Government Day Representatives:
Bottom row: David Willis, utilities
superintendent, Marilyn Greve, city
clerk, Sheila Lorimore, assistant city
engineer. Second row: Pat Kelly, fire
chief, Larry Amon, chief of police,
Sheila Fueglein, civil defense, Jack
Wyman, city attorney, Frank Kawa-
saki, street superintendent. Third
row: Burton Stanley, city treasurer,
Andy Hays, iudge, Bill Siren, city
manager, Jesse Oaties, recreation
superintendent. Those not pictured:
Alan Green, mayor, Dennis Avery,
Dick Samuels and Bill Hadley,
By the time a Madite reaches his senior year, he has a chance to
earn many and varied honors, awards sponsored by both the
school and the community. Those earned on campus included the
honor of Gold Seal and placement in the National Merit Scholar-
ship Test. Early in the year the D.A.R. gave a Good Citizenship
award, while the Optimists Club presented Youth Awards to a
senior boy and girl. To promote good citizenship, local clubs
sponsored such essay and speech contests as the American Legion
and l.ion's Club Student Speaker contests, and the Woman's Club
Steven Crow and Robert Davis, finalists, and Sylvia Laitinen, semifinalist in the
National Merit Scholarship Test.
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125 West Huntington Drive
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127 South Myrtle Avenue
JlMMY'S BARBER SHOP
710 South Myrtle Avenue
BASlNGER'S FLOWER SHOP BAlN'S
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PARK WAY SHOE REPAIR BOX JEWELERS
403 South Myrtle Avenue 518 South Myrtle Avenue
302 South Myrtle Avenue
CARPENTER'S SANTA ANITAN
T25 West Huntington Drive, Arcodicu
412 South Myrtle Avenue
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Scorch Tape, worry, time, flu, rain, deadline, work, names, numbers, envelopes, Saturdays, copy, picfures, holidays, cover-These make up The '58 Monrovion
"ThirTy days hath Seprember, April, June, and November
- - -," and we of The '58 Monrovian sTaff have really
counTed The days of each monTh. They added up To a
full Three hundred and sixTy-five, beginning wiTh The firsT
ThirTy days of April lasT year, which we spenT planning
our Theme. WiTh May came The choosing of a new sTaff
and The phoTographing of evenTs of ASB elecTions, for we
had an idea ThaT picTures of Those memorable evenTs
would help us develop our Theme. June came "busTin' ouT
all over," as did our many ideas. Working regularly
Through The summer monThs, we arrived aT school in
SepTember wiTh a compleTed layouT dummy and a cover
plan. OcTober broughT finishing Touches, suggesfed by
Miss DoroThy Clemmons, To Lorena TreydTe's dummy, and
Through The help of Mr. Phil Clark of The S. K. Smirh
Cover Company, a finished cover To dress our book. Cn
November i5 we surrendered our dummy To Mr. Bill
Hubbell of Yearbooks, IncorporaTed, of California. ln
November our phoTography deparTmenT, headed by Mr.
Bill Yocum and consisTing of sraff phoTographers Vic
Torrey and Larry Deem, Turned in beauTiful building shoTs
and sporTs evenTs coverage. Mr. William Gill of SanTa
AniTa STudios compleTed his full auoTa of class picTures,
and Mr. Paul Whipple gave us professional assisTance in
prinTing. December ran inTo January Too rapidly. On
January 15 a Third of our book wenT To press, pages of
fooTball prepared by Rannie Franklin and his assisTanT,
Marvin Handy, classes by Marianne MiTchell, opening
pages by Lorena TreydTe and office personnel by Linda
Savolaine. To meeT our February i5 deadline, PaT HiTTe
conTribuTed her club secTion, ChrisTine Lee, drama and
highlighTs, Judy SmiTh, seniors and Teachers, Peggy
Garner, in-class secTions and Homecoming, and Mari-
anne MiTchelI, music pages. March came in like a lion
wiTh no lamb in sighT. WiTh The assisTance of Larry
Deem, Linda Savolaine Took over The baskeTball and
spring sporfs secTion, firsT girl ever known To ediT a
boys' sporfs secTion. Lorena Treydfe compleTed her
sTudenT leaders pages, and Peggy Garner assembled
girls' sporTs pages. Jerry O'Connell and his assisTanT,
PeTer Garber, compleTed The adverTising secTion wiTh The
smooThesT record of any of us, Mr. Bob Phillips a local
phorographer, having Taken all of The picTures. All
exTra help Turned Toward Par Kelly, who had To iniTiaTe
The procedure for our new feafure, The index. Our spon-
sor, Mrs. Geddes, ceased counfing deadline dafes and
pages and began Thinking abouT nexT year's book.
When April Fools' Day rolled around, we didn'T care
who played Tricks, for we knew we had reached our
goal and puT The book To bed on Time.
Jackson, Lee Ellen
Kemp, Mary Ellen
Ratzlaff, Rae Jean
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS
San Miguel, Carmen
Secco, Rose Ann
Pheiffer, Mary Ann
Gardiner, Jo Ann
Gier, Jo Ann
Orr, Carol Ann
San Miguel, Carmen
Vander Kam, Arden
Henderson, Carol An
Van Gundy, Linda
JUNIOR RED CROSS
San Miguel, Mike
La Borde, Brenda
Van Norman, Gloria
LOS BUENOS VECINOS
Gardiner, Jo Ann
Van Horn, Carl
Ellingson, Betty June
Gier, Jo Anne
QUILL AND SCROLL
McNeil, Mary Ellen
Johnson, Lou Dean
Van Valkenburgh, Nick
Walton, Jo Ann
Van Horn, Ben
Van Norman, Gloria
SPEEC H A RTS
Abrams, Rita-72, 116
Ackley, Carol-86, 93
Adams, Lindo-50, 113, 120,
Adams, Thomas-39, 45, 86,
Albaugh, Dennis-60, 86
Albaugh, Tim-62, 146
Albin, Timothy-62, 86, 145
Albright, Robert-39, 124,
Allen, Elaine-116, 157
Allen, Judy-64, 92
Allen, Shirley-45, 78
Allison, Clinton-101, 157
Amborn, William-98, 157
Amon, Larry-52, 118, 123,
Anderson, David--72, 103
Anderson Donald-72, 103
Anthony, Boyd-54, 55, 56,
Ignacio-72, 114, 117
Arnette, Go ry-44
Arnold, Janet-63, 116
Aster, Richard-98, 99, 141,
142, 157, 173
Austin, Eloise-86, 97, 108,
Autery, Daniel-72, 117
Avery, Dennis-98, 99, 154,
Ayers, Larry-86, 92
Bailey, Sally-86, 114, 126
Baker, Stephen-86, 93, 104,
112, 113, 140
Baldwin, Glenda-116, 157
Baldwin, Rosemae--116, 157
Banfield, Billy-86, 101
Bannister, Donna-50, 107,
Barnes, Helen-114, 157
Barnes, Robert-87, 93
Barnett, Arlene-78, 1 15
Baron, Peter-72, 148
Barsz, Donald-55, 157
Bauer, George-78, 102, 144
Beach, Carol-78, 115
Beadle, Pat-86, 182
Becker, Marie--116, 157
Belden, Glenn-114, 158
Bell, Carolanne-126, 156,
Bemoll, Karen-78, 114
Bender, Leroy-72, 144
Bender, Susan-71, 109, 137,
Bennewate, Don-114, 117
Benson, Ernest-62, 72
Benson, Janet-78, 109
Benzango, Ronald-39, 72
Bergman, Joyce--50, 86, 126
Bernot, Suszanne-78, 116
Berry, Dean-78, 101, 114
Berry, Ramona-78, 116
Beseke, Linda-45, 86
Betts, Robert-40, 97, 112,
Bianchi, Marylou-50, 158
Biasotti, Antoinette-158, 181
Biddle, Richard--78, 154
Biggle, Brenda-36, 79, 114
Bima, Don-87, 93
Birk, Harry-87, 152
Bishop, Rebecca-156, 158
Blackstock, Donna-86, 104
Blake, Raymond-87, 144
Blankenship, Linda--49, 78
Blomgren, Lorna-113, 124,
Blystad, Neena-41, 43, 113,
Boggs, David-72, 148, 189
Bogle, Bonnie-86, 93
Bohacek, Linda-77, 86, 116
Boiano, Valerie-116, 158
Bolton, Jennifer-79, 119
Bonaparte, James-11, 38,
127, 129, 156,158
Bonthius, Anita-52, 72, 117
Bornt, Larry-78, 145
Bornt, Richard-98, 158
Borrego, Elena-79, 116
Bostwick, Jaan-43, 79
Bottomley, Bruce-40, 87
Bottomley, Forrest-40, 44,
Boulton, Alank-52, 118, 158,
Bourbon, Bruce-87, 145
Bowden, Fred-14, 62, 87
Bowden, Sally-48, 64, 65,
Boyd, Anthony-52, 118,
141, 158, 173
Boyd, John-40, 43, 87, 143
Boyer, Charles-62, 73, 114,
Braida, John-112, 113, 158
Bramble, Richard-73, 114,
Brand, Fred-79, 147
Brangham, Lynda-40, 44,
Brannan, Roberte-15, 100,
125, 127, 158
Brewer, Donna-79, 116, 135
Brochu, Mike-60, 79, 145
Brock, Richard-52, 62, 73,
Brown, Jimmy--62, 78, 144
Brown, Wallace-41, 65, 113,
Brubaker, David-41, 97,
112, 113, 147,158
Buckley, Galen-87, 154
Bullington, Rita-79, 116
Bullock, Willie-79, 147
Bunn, Jean-114, 159
Bunting, Alice-79, 116
Burby, Raymond-45, 79
Burdick, Sharon-79, 116
Burden, Noel-52, 159
Burleson, Don-35, 73, 114
Burleson, Trudy-35, 43, 159
Burnett, Barbara-87, 154,
Caldwell, Janice-50, 87
Calhoun, Robert-87, 113
Calkins, Arthur--55, 159
Camarillo, Rose-87, 114,
Canada, Patricia-49, 79,
116, 155, 189
Capen, Kathy-49, 64, 73
Card, Harold--52, 72, 117
Card, Kenlyn-136, 159, 183
Carlsen, Kathleen-41, 87
Carlson, Calvin-69, 145, 159
Carlson, John-119, 159
Carr, Jeffrey-52, 62, 148
Carroll, Larry-44, 55, 58,
Carter, Carole-41, 159
Carter, Janice-50, 154, 159
Carter, Nancy-50, 87
Cash, Charles-62, 114
Cash, Chet-41, 87, 93
Casner, Clifford-52, 79, 113,
Castro, Bernadino-87, 93
Cather, Robert452, 79, 117
Charak, Ellen-52, 87, 118
Chavez, Carol-1 16
Chick, Dorothy--159, 163
Chick, Stephanie-52, 73,
1 17, 1 18
Childs, Beniamin-60, 144
Chisum, Donald-6, 159, 170
Christensen, Leslie-73, 101
Cioe, Paul-52, 73, 152
Clarkson, Richard-73, 148
Cleland, Catherine--14, 40,
42, 44, 45,125,128,129,
Clements, William-79, 144
Clyde, Robert-37, 73, 77
Codey, Charles-55, 87, 93,
Coffman, Robert-98, 99, 159
Cole, Barbara-79, 116
Cole, Eric--79, 84, 102, 147
Coleman, Chris-87, 113
Davis, Gary-79, 140, 141
Davis, Linda-73, 181
Davis, Patricia-45, 87
Davis, Robert-39, 160, 176
Day, Leslie-79, 180, 188
Days, Leonard-60, 79
Collett, Wanda-116, 159
Collins, Creola-79, 114
Collins, Elmira-50, 108, 111,
Comber, Mariorie-79, 109,
Comstock, Rodger-79, 105
Conacher, Cotherin1+73, 116
Conti, Robert-52, 73, 117
Contreras, Albert-52, 87
Cooper, Judy-14, 48, 53,
64, 65, 97, 121, 125, 130,
131, 159, 186
Corio, Sharon-73, 195
Corley, Edward-36, 87, 113,
Cortright, Gerald-15, 34, 45,
48, 53, 64, 65,114,125,
129, 130, 131,159, 174
Cosand, Helen-79, 115, 119
Crabtree, Lucy-83, 87
Craemer, Violet-34, 38, 159,
Crawford, Carol-41, 50, 87,
Creamer, Joyce-79, 114
Crichton, Joy-79, 115
Cristich, Suzanne--126, 160
Crow, Steven-160, 176
Larry-60, 87, 143
Cude, James-87, 104
Doggett, Gary-33, 79
Dahle, Alan-87, 140, 141
Dalton, Mary Lou-79, 136
Domewood, Robert-55, 56,
108, 145, 146,160
Dayton, Nancy-65, 87, 114
Dean, Judith-34, 48, 53, 64
Dean, Nancy--73, 115, 130,
Deardorff, Rylena-79, 187
DeBoisblanc, Robert-48, 53,
64, 65,110,120, 129,
DeBow, Lois-114, 128, 156,
DeChellis, Michael-48, 53,
131, 160, 170,
DeCuir, Roger-62, 160
Deem, Larry-43, 47, 113,
149, 150, 160
Dees, Diane-66, 79
DeMello, Richard-41, 87
Dennis, Karen-73, 116
Derrico, Michael-55, 87
Dickey, Roger-101, 160
Dickhoff, Norman-45, 87, 91
Dickinson, Judith-21, 79,
Dillehunt, Rosemary-79, 114
Dino, Dee Ann-79
DiNoto, Frank-62, 73
DiPoolo, Carmen-13, 54, 55,
56, 57, 58, 59, 63, 129,
Dohrmon, Gail-73, 77
Donofrio, Jo Ann-73
Dortch, Vernon-41, 145
Downer, Robert-101, 127,
Downhour, Jeanen-41, 79
Drayer, Dale-62, 73, 144
Duncan, Ross-87, 113
Eastman, Katherine-49, 50,
125, 160, 163
Eckermon, Mary-87, 93
Eckhart, Kathryn-73, 116
Edwards, Ardythe-87, 115
Edwards, Robert-60, 88, 143
Eigenhuis, Karen--79, 114
Eigenhuis, Sharon-114, 160
Eller, Michael-88, 104
Ellingson, Betty June-10, 37,
57, 73,116, 117,118
Ellingson, Dienna-50, 113,
Ellis, Alan-55, 161
Ellis, Robert-44, 45, 88
Eriksson, Birgit-161 '
Eriksson, Kenneth-80, 147
Ertl, Joyce-87, 116
Eserin, lvan-80, 85, 117
Eserin, Peter-52, 73, 117
Evans, Rae-87, 93
Evans, Roger-62, 73
Exstrom, Ronald-88, 147
Farnsworth, Terry-62, 73
Farr, Arthur-52, 62, 73,
103, 118, 148
Fator, Betty-50, 161
Fenton, Carol-79, 161
Fenton, Judith-35, 40, 50,
175, 176, 185
Ferguson, Delores-50, 161
Ferrell, Olive-87, 135
Finch, Robin-52, 60, 80
Fischer, Ingrid-35, 41, 50,
86, 87, 97,112,113
Fisher, Betty-80, 116
Fisher, Edward-98, 161
Fisher, Jacqueline-12, 73
Fisher, Robert E.-38, 98,
Fisher, Robert W.-73, 141
Fisk, Karen-73, 116
Fiss, Bonnie--49, 80, 132
Fiss, Pat-48, 64, 65, 125,
Gardiner, Jo Ann-73, 116
Garner, Peggy-34, 42, 46,
47, 50, 183
Gautier, Mary Ann-73, 80
George, Larry-55, 57, 63,
Genova, Carolyn-88, 92
Gerfen, Richard-73, 152
Giauque, William-40, 44,
Giboney, Kent-6, 162
Giboney, Martha-73, 76
Gibson, Joyce-14, 73
Gier, Jo Ann-88
Gill, Richard-60, 88, 93
Gilsdorf, Geraldine-88, 116
Gleich, Diane-73, 76
Goedeck, Sally-'73, 115
Goggin, Marilyn-68, 80
Goldman, Ronald-60, 73,
Goldstein, Eliza beth-80, 126,
Gongaware, Jean-50, 88
Gordon, Geraldine-35, 128,
Gordon, Pamela-52, 88
Gordon, Wayne-97, 112,
Gus, Joanne-38, 71, 162
Gus, Ronald-38, 73, 144
Gutierrez, David-88, 114
Gutierrez, Richard-52, 80,
Gyarfas, William-52, 73,
1 17, 1 18
Hadley, Charles-56, 59, 162
Hadley, William-11, 38, 55,
57, 59, 63,100,104,113,
Hagar, Pat-80, 118
Height, Den-sa, 119
Hall, Marshall-55, 56, 57,
Hammond, Timothy-73, 114,
Hancock, Susan-49, 64, 74,
Handy, Gail-80, 180
Handy, Marvin-46, 55, 58,
63, 88, 180, 143
Hanley, Donald-88, 140,
Hanson, Gael-40, 43, 44,
Harbicht, Carol-88, 183
Hardesty, Susan-80, 181
Fleming, Barbara-50, 87,
Fleshman, Rolland-52, 73
Florek, Floyd-62, 73, 114
Flournoy, Janet-113, 135,
Foley, Wayne-113, 161, 168
Frankeberger, Diane-80, 114
Franklin, Rannie-15, 38, 46,
47, 55, 58, 59, 100, 104,
Frazier, Larry-60, 88
Freiberg, Sheila-136, 161,
Fremeau, Zo Ann-73, 137
Froelich, Bonnie-41, 161
Frost, Jack471, 108, 110, 161
Frye, Sally-36, 80
Frye, Wanda-36, 87
Fryhoff, Michael-161, 189
Fueglein, Sheila-42, 50, 97,
Fuller, Kenneth-113, 161
Funchess, Harold-114, 117
Funk, Donna-116, 161
Garber, Joan-49, 64, 72, 73
Garber, Peter-37, 40, 43,
47, 88, 179, 186
1 13, 151, 162
Gorodetzer, Louise-36, 80,
Gould, Jerry-88, 114
Graeme, Robin-95, 97, 112,
Gratny, Darleen-52, 73
Green, Alan-38, 110, 123,
173, 175, 186
Green, Georgella-50, 162
Green, James-55, 63, 72,
Greenwood, Pamela-73, 76
Greve, Marilyn-34, 39, 119,
125, 126, 128,162, 176,
Griffee, Gail-35, 162
Griffin, James-73, 102, 148,
Griialva, Raymond-62, 88,
Griswold, Judy--88, 93
Grizenko, George-39, 64,
Groghan, Lee-62, 73
Graghan, Roger-55, 58, 162
Grondzik, Jimf88, 98, 99
Grunnet, Patricia-52, 88,
Gunter, Diane-50. 162, 181
Harding, Thomasi60, 80
Harman, Donald-120, 121,
Harris, Donald-88, 114
Harris, Nancy-88, 114
Harris, Patricia--80, 139
Hart, Richard-120, 145, 163
Hartigan, Eugene-37, 52, 60,
Hartle, Sherald-88, 113
Harvey, Barbara--12, 40, 49,
50, 95, 126, 128,129,
156, 162, 163, 173, 174,
Harvey, Dale-73, 117
Haugh, Linda-80, 113
Hawthorne, Gary-62, 80,
Henderson, Carol-49, 50, 88
Henderson, Melissa-49, 80,
Hentsch, Judy-14, 74
Herbert, Arlene-50, 92, 88
Herman, Mary Lou-90
Hermann, Dineva-88, 113,
Herrera, Anthony-6, 60, 163
Hetle, Dale-88, 98
Hickle, Judith-52, 80, 118
Hight, Frances-88, 185
Hight, Janet-80, 185
Hill, Claudia-80, 135
Hill, Dottie-80, 116
Hill, Joan--40, 44, 45, 88
Hinchman, Charles-80, 102,
Hirt, Elyana-74, 116
Hitte, Patricia-40, 46, 47,
50, 120, 128, 129, 163,
Hoagland, Melodie-80, 113,
136, 179 4
Hobbs, Karen-80, 132, 187
Hoffman, Robert-34, 39,
Hokanson, Lawrence-34, 40,
Holman, William-80, 114
Holmes, Marguerite-80, 113
Homan, Beverly-80, 115
Hoon, William-163, 170,
Hopkins, James-88, 114,
Hoss, Diane-115, 163
Housh, Carol-42, 74, 115
Howard, Ernest-98, 152,
Howard, Shirley-116, 164
Howe, Thomas-74, 148
Howell, Roy-62, 80, 102
Howser, Lewis-100, 164
Hubbard, Rhoda-50, 88,
Huff, Michael-62, 80
Huffman, Mitchell-62, 80
Huld, Ole-14, 88
Hunt, Bernard-74, 179
Johnson, Hattie-74, 116
Johnson, Lou Dean-52, 88,
Johnson, Richard-35, 88,
Johnson, Thomas-39, 80
Johnston, Ann-50, 164
Johnston, Graydon-52, 60,
Jones, Albert-141, 164
Jones, Carole--81, 109, 116,
Jones, Janet-81, 120
Jones, Linda-50, 92
Jorgensen, Ann-81, 187
Jorgensen, Svend-89, 154
Karasinski, Stanley-52, 74,
, Diane-50, 120,
56, 168, 186
Kaufman, Ma rga ret-74, 164
, Nancy-81, 113
Kawasaki, Frank-16, 41,
Kaysen, Geraldine-81, 116,
Hunter, Karyn-42, 48,88
Hayes, Chester-41, 119, 163
Hayes, George-80, 143
Haynes, Frankie-62, 73, 117
Hays, Andrew-119, 124,
29, 156,162, 163,
71, 176, 191
Headrick, Judith-80, 137
David-39, 52, 73,
1 17, 1 18
Hebert, Catherine-88, 109
Jackson, Alegra-115, 164
Jackson, Barbara-88, 93,
Jackson, Nancy-74, 116
James, Leon-74, 102, 144
Hebert, Sandra-113, 116
Heffelfinger, Cheryl-88, 183
Heflin, Cynthia-50, 107,
Hegg, Clyde-97, 112, 113,
Heine, Bonnie-115, 163
Helle, Charles-74, 117
Helm, Thoma-74. 182
Jenkins, Arthur-88, 94
Jensen, Lance-55, 88, 93
Jensen, Rosemary-83, 154,
Jimnink, Jack-62, 74, 148
Johnson, Arlanda-114, 173,
Johnson, Brian-88, 144
Kaysen, Harriet-116, 188
Kelleher, John-80, 113, 143
Kelley, Alzina-6, 50, 164
Kelley, Michael-58, 89
Kellogg, Diane-89, 191
Kelly, Colleen-74, 137
Kelly, Patrick-47, 124, 125,
Kemp, Mary Ellen-81, 109
Kenney, Jo Anne-81, 116,
Kidd, Raymond-74, 77
Kiley, William-52, its, 125,
164, 171, 190
King, Nicola-81, 183
Kingston, Jack-74, 114, 117
Kirk, Nancy--81, 115
Klein, Ruth-89, 136
Klusmann, Fred-63, 89
Knight, Cynthia--6, 12, 48,
50, 97, 107, 124, 125,
164, 173, 179
Knight, Jane-74, 181
Knisley, Jean Ann-50, 104,
120, 124, 155
Koenen, Rose-115, 164
Koons, Marland-52, 118,
1 1 9, 164
Koons, Roy-60, 80
Kopecky, Judy-72, 74, 116
Kozlowski, Frank-10, 15, 38
64, 95, 100, 104, 121,
164, 173, 185
Kuhn, Deanne-50, 74
Kwentus, Sharon-34, 74, 76,116
La Borde, Brenda-81, 109
La Fountain, John-80
Laird, Linda-12, 50, 63, 97,
126, 164, 173, 188
Laird, Nancy-50, 89, 120,
Laitinen, Sylvia-136, 164,
LaLone, Priscilla-42, 74
LaLone, Ronald-101, 120,
Lomb, Suzanne-50, 86, 89
Lamm, James-80, 84
Mandy, Sheryl-116, 165
Monte, Madeleine-42, 74
Monte, Walter-120, 162,
Manuel, Ronnief81, 114
Mark, Linda-81, 180
Marshman, Garry-81, 85
Mesick, Daryl-35, 81
Meyers, Robert-6, 112, 113,
Michel, Charles-89, 113
Newman, Mickey-62, 81
Newsome, Sylvia-82, 1 14
Noble, Gladys-75, 116
James-55, 56, 57,
59, 141, 142,166
Milbrandt, Ruth-'52, 118
Miles, Louisfi 18, 163, 166
Miles, Welton-52, 60, 81
Larson, Connie-81, 84, 113
Larson, Judith-113, 164
Larson, Ronald-89, 140, 143
Lauritson, Connie-81, 115
LoVarnway, Terry-74, 116
Lawrenz, Richard-39, 74, 77
Lawson, Sharon-50, 180,
Lee, Christine-47, 49, 50, 89,
97, 124, 154, 155, 180,
Martin, Richard-113, 165,
Miller, Ann-81, 116
Miller, Daniel-60, 143
Lee, Pamela-81, 188
Leigh, Susan-49, 124, 125,
126, 156, 165
Lemire, Diane-48, 64, 65,
Lenhart, Janet-89, 115
Lensink, Karen-42, 81, 115,
Lett, Claudia-89, 116
Levison, Carole-68, 81, 115,
Lewis, William-14, 55, 63,
Lincoln, Lona-66, 89
Linden, Cynthia-81, 114
Lindsey, Barbara-136, 137
Linn, Dorothy-81, 116
Lofton, Don-81, 89
Logan, Geraldine-49, 64,
74, 115, 126
Logan, Linda-74, 116
Lomax, Linda-21, 74
Long, Dale-55, 56, 59, 63,
145, 165, 186
Long, Gayla-89, 116
Long, Larry-74, 148
Long, Richard-60, 165
Longley, Thomas-81, 143
Lookabaugh, Beverly-81, 136
Lorimore, Sheila-34, 42, 105,
107, 112, 113, 126, 128,
173, 176, 186
Lorman, Edmund-52, 89, 118
Lothyan, Diane-89, 114
Lundborg, Bernt-74, 148
Masterson, Douglas-81, 154
Mateizel, Margaret-52, 89,
Mateizel, Robert-55, 56, 89,
Mathes, Jo Anne-81
Mathis, Richard-52, 62, 81
Mattern, Carol-74, 138
Matyasi, Patricia-81, 116
May, Margie-81, 109, 111,
May, Sharon-70, 71, 110,
Mays, William-52, 74
McCall, Gerald-156, 165,
McCallister, Gloria-12, 126,
McCormick, Herbert-81, 147
McCroy, Rex-89, 93
McDaniel, Mary-50, 91, 113
McDonald, Billie-49, 81,
Mccsinnas, Bill-55, 57, 63,
McGowan, Margaret-89, 139
McGraw, Donald-52, 74,
1 17, 152
Mclntruff, Joyce-81, 188
Mclntyre, .loan-81, 116
McKinn, Patricia-81, 89
McKinney, David-74, 151
McKinney, Jim-60, 89
McLean, Jerry-67, 74
McNeil, Mary-Ellen-40, 105,
173, 175, 184
McNichol, BrendaQ115, 165
McQuigg, John-52, 117, 118
McReynoIds, James-52, 74,
Means, Kenneth--52, 117,
Meeker, Don-89, 100, 147
Miller, Erma-37, 82
Miller, Gregory-62, 81, 103
Miller, Jack-62, 81
Miller, Paulette789, 190
Miller, Ronnie-62, 74, 114,
Miranda, Johnny-41, 81, 113
Misener, Dorion-36, 81
Mitchell, Marianne-33, 34,
47, 89, 134, 183
Moak, Joan-74, 116
Moak, Neil-89, 93, 98
Modie, Leslie-37, 43, 166,
Mongar, George-39, 52, 89,
93, 118 '
Monka, Diane--74, 116
Oaties, Jesse-98, 99, 112,
Ocheltree, Nancy-42, 90
O'Connell, Jerry-46, 47,
149, 150, 166, 186
O'ConneII, Larry-62, 74,
102, 151, 191
O'Connell, Theresa-116, 166
Olivas, HenryY52, 81
Oliver, Carol-42, 97, 113,
139, 166, 169,173
Oller, Dallas-60, 143, 167
Olson, Robert-60, 62, 81
Olson, Rodell-62, 74
Orr, Carol Ann-42, 107,
Philpot, Richard-39, 40, 64,
Pieri, George-82, 143
Pillard, Judy-82, 113
Pinney, Sandy-49, 95, 104,
Plagemann, Steve-34, 40, 90
Poister, Carolyn-45, 90
Pollay, Jean-82, 116
Poppert, Marie-50, 167, 168
Porter, Scott+39, 90, 1 19,
Powers, Joan-43, 48, 113,
126, 128, 167
Prange, Gale-49, 50, 125,
Proffitt, Elsie-41, 167
Purcell, James-82, 152
Pytel, Dennis-151, 167
Pytel, Mike-74, 76
Osborne, Donald--148, 167
Oshima, Kenneth-62, 74
Ostdiek, Mary Jo-90
Overbaugh, Doris-113, 124,
Monson, Sha ron-82
Montgomery, Claire-114, 166
Montgomery, John-74, 114
Mooers, Alan--89, 92, 93,
Mooney, Susan-82, 114,
Moore, John--81, 100
Moore, Soniie-50, 89, 97,
Moore, Victoria-107, 166,
Moreland, Oscar-52, 74
Morris, Sharon-89, 183
Morrow, Donna-36, 89
Morse, Ray-74, 148
Motts, Carol-113, 119, 166
Muller ,Diane-121, 113,
Mulligan, Marilyn-34, 166
Murray, Brad474, 77
Nagy, John+41, 89
Neergard, Karen-74, 115
Negus, David-81, 152
Paden, Colleen-109, 167
Page, Corinne-41, 82, 84
Paige, Galen-52, 74, 118
Palmer, Marilyn-50, 90, 93,
Panknin, Norman-90, 93,
Parsonage, Patty-49, 50, 90
Parsons, Murlen-90, 140,
Past, John-35, 90
Patterson, Judith-75, 115
Peat, Margaret-90, 114
Peck, Judy-82, 124
Peck, Michael-15, 48, 64,
Peck, Nancy-75, 116
Pelkey, Daniel-55, 81
Penders, Thomas-90, 145,
Pennington, Judith-82, 109
Pepping, Pam-49, 90, 155
Quinn, Jeanne-75, 137
Ragsdale, Joe-82, 120
Ramsland, Eugenia-50, 120,
125, 167, 181
Rankin, Nelda-15, 17, 35,
Reed, Delbert-40, 44, 167
Reed, Russell-82, 144
Reedall, Anne-12, 34, 50,
Reedall, Mariion-45, 50, 90,
Reegler, Linda-50, 90, 93,
Reese, Barbara-82, 85
Reese, Charles-74, 117, 144
Regan, Robert-82, 85
Remington, Janice-50, 167
Replogle, Paul-90, 112, 113
Revo, James-113, 167
Riggs, Lee-90, 115
Rinkin, Clarence-149, 150,
Perry, James-81, 109
Peters, Sandra-90, 108, 109
Rinkin, Daniel-82, 151
Ripley, Patricia-50, 90, 92
Roberts, Clark-74, 148
Lynn, Judith-42, 51, 132
MacDavid, Sandra-48, 81,
Mena, Gil-52, 81, 118
Mellon, Maureen-50, 89,
Nelson, Susan-82. 114
Verla-36, 90, 114
Neva rez, Esme rlinda-82
Magee, George-71, 144
Melton, Ellen-81, 116
Petersen, Carla-82, 189
Petersen, Janet-12, 15, 90,
108, 109, 110, 111, 132,
133, 134, 190
Peterson, Chris-81, 113, 152
Peterson, Dottie-75, 116
Pew, Robert-52, 74, 119
Pfaff, Susan-115, 167
Pfeiffer, Mary Ann-45, 50,
90, 184 I
Roberts, Edna-90, 188
Roberts, Joanna-82, 1 16
Roberts, Judith-75, 11 1
Robinson, Carl-82, 144
James E.-1 17
Mency, Willie-89, 103, 114
Merwar, Gloria-108, 109,
Newby, Richard-98, 166
Newland, John-55, 90, 113
Newland, Michael-62, 74,
Phillips, James-60, 82, 149
Phillips, Mary--90, 93
Phillips, Pauline-82, 116
Philpot, Margaret-43, 82
Rodewald, Charles-33, 82
Rodgers, Charles-62, 65, 75
Roesler, John-62, 75
Rollins, Sanders-52, 75, 113
Romo, Leonard-52, 75, 117
Ronkainen, Mary Ann-168
Rowbotham, Brent-75, 102,
1 14, 1 17
Ruan, Ina Rae-82
Ruan, John--101, 168,173
Rudloff, Richard-40, 90, 93
94, 1 16
Ruiz, Margarita-36, 112,
Ruwe, Melinda--35, 82
Ryan, Sharon-75, 116
Garold-55, 82, 141,
Salmon, Regna-50, 90
Salter, Loren-90, '97, 112,
Sam, Joyce-82, 116
sum, Lydiq-116, 168
sam, Roy-168, 173
Samuels, Don-62, 75, 148
Samuels, Richard-6, 55, 123,
Sanger, Wallace-168, 173
San Miguel, Carmen-75
San Miguel, Christinef90
San Miguel, Michael-55, 59,
123 12 12 1 142
4, 9,1-4, ,
Santo Pietro, Patriciai168
Sargent, Thomas-72, 75
Savolaine, Linda-46, 47, 94,
Schell, Richard--69, 90
Schiendler, Frank-90, 93
Schiendler, Richard-75, 148
Schleipman, Wendy-50, 90
Schmutz, Robert-75, 114
Schoerner, David--82, 144
Schoonover, Loretta-90, 116
Schuler, Gene-114, 117, 148
Schuler, Howard-82, 114
Scott, Ronald-75, 114
Seargeants, Lynne-75, 182
Sears, Marilyn-50, 154, 190
Seasholtz, John-38, 82
Seday, Bill-145, 169
Selby, Marsha-90, 114
Selders, John-82, 144
Sellers, Sandra-83, 191
Serafin, Patricia-37, 91
Shafer, John-6, 52, 169,
Shafer, Sharon-52, 91, 118
Shannon, Douglas-67, 144
Shaw, Judy-91, 108, 109,182
Shearhart, Richard-90, 93
Shehee, Dennis-90, 127
Sherman, Helen-91, 137
Shipley, Marian-125, 169
Shirk, John-60, 62, 82, 113
Shirk, Mary-48, 169
Shook, Josephine-90, 116
Shupp, Victor-16, 112, 113
Sillasen, David--52, 141,
Sillasen, Gary-52, 90
Simons, Barbara-50, 119,
Singdale, Dorothy-91, 114,
Singdale, Fred-75, 117
Singdale, Mary-83, 114, 189
Singer, Tracy-52, 75, 117,
Sipe, Allan-90, 101, 149,
Siren, William-38, 40, 70,
Smith, Gary M,-52, 90, 118
Smith, Gary W.-90
Smith, Jack-38, 55, 173
Smith, Jeri-83, 114
Smith, Judith-50, 126, 128,
156, 170, 179
Smith, Judy L.-21, 33, 46,
47, 91, 183
Smith, Paul-62, 82, 84
Smith, Ronald-62, 82
Smith, Terry-36, 57, 63,
Smith, Thomas-55, 82
Smoot, Evelyn--91, 93
Stewart, Ray-91 ,,
Stewart, Ronald-75, 114
Stinson, Gail-77, 83, 132,
Stockwell, Charles-82, 1 14
Stoner, Paula-113, 170
Strandberg, Carol-107, 170,
Strathmann, John-64, 120,
Streicher, Joan-89, 93
Stricker, Fred-91, 100, 152
Stuart, Micaela-83, 115
Stueve, Lloyd-62, 82
Sullivan, Gayl-50, 170
Sumako, Diana-75, 116
Sumner, Gayle-91, 114
Sutherland, Sharron-83, 115
Swain, William-41, 127 170
Talley, Mike-91, 93, 143
Tanski, Joan-91, 116
Tartt, B. T.-74, 77
Taylor, Carolyn-12, 50, 91,
92, 113,133, 134
Taylor, Harry--75, 152
Taylor, Joseph-91, 100, 104,
Teasley, Don-62, 75
Teer, Laura-83, 115
Tennant, Sharon-116, 137
Teresa, Joseph-55, 58, 63,
Terh une, Terrence-91
Snyder, Sharie-75, 138
Sommerville, Sharon-35, 83
Sothcott, Sylvia-12, 15, 124,
Sowers, Edward-98, 99,
Spann, Alice--12, 15, 42,
132, 133, 134, 170
Spencer, John-75, 114, 117,
Sperry, Judith-52, 75, 117
Stabell, Joscelyn--91, 113
Stacy, Duane-60, 90, 143
Stafford, Linda-68, 83, 91,
Theiler, Robert-82, 114, 117,
Thomas, Barbara--83, 114
Thomas, Calvin-91, 143
Thomas, Eldon-60, 91
Thomas, Jean-75, 136
on, Gary-55, 65, 86,
Thompson, Linda-37, 49, 64,
Thompson, Penny-78, 83,
Thompson, Robert-75, 148
Thompson, Sharon-50, 91,
Thompson, Sharon-83, 115,
Threadgill, Sharon-50, 91
Tine, Sandra-83, 116
Tiner, Jim-91, 121
Tisor, Raymond-55, 91
Titone, Jim-83, 109
Stafford, Roxeen-84, 109,
Stanley, Burton-170, 176
Staples, Glenda-83, 114
Stark, Sharon-104, 170
Stauffer, George-1 14
Stav, Dale--69, 82
Stav, Virginia-115, 170
St. Cyr, Henry-82
St. Cyr, Robert-82, 140
Steele, Sally-12, 15, 128,
133, 134, 170
Stefan, Lana-91, 93, 116
Stewart, Brenda-42, 83
Tolbert, Donna-42, 97, 112,
113, 128, 170, 183
Tomberlin, Barney-91, 147
Torkelson, Larry-91, 113
Torrey, Victor-43, 47, 170
Torsak, Albert-83, 140
Treio, Grace-75, 116
Treydte, Lorena-o, 47, 23,
Treydte, Paul-33, 46, 47
Tronvig, Karan-48, 50, 91
Tucker, Bill-91, 113
Tucker, Gaye--12, 15, 34, 42,
Turner, James-75, 77
Turner, Patricia-91, 137, 189
Ullom, Gary-60, 83, 102,
Urbanski, Richard-113, 171
Vail, Louise-138, 171
Vaits, Solveiga-75, 94
Valentine, Robert-75, 77
Vander Kam, Arden-75
Vanderluit, Harold-55, 91
Vanderluit, Richard-75, 148
Van Gundy, Linda-48, 53,
64, 65, 97,13O,131,171,
Van Horn, Ben-41, 91, 140,
Van Horn, Carl-39, 60, 83,
Van Horn, Ross-91
Van Norman, Gloria-83, 191
Van Valkenburgh, Nicholas-
Van Zwaluwenburg, Jackie-
Van Zwaluwenburg, Lucille-
Vensell, Russell-78, 83, 113,
Vollmer, Delores-83, 132,
Voorhees, Margaret-125, 171
Vore, Barbara-75, 118
Vore, Elizabeth-45, 52, 91,
Vore, John-'100, 147, 171
Voyles, Michael-45, 83
Wadkins, Carol-75, 116
Wahl, Robert-114, 171
Wall, Douglas-83, 101, 125
Wallace, Glennis-75, 182
Walling, Joyce-49, 50, 91,
93, 97, 180, 188
Walls, John-55, 83
Walter, Norma-75, 136
Wand, Patricia-91, 116
Ward, Patty-75, 171
Warren, Barbara-83, 171
Warren, Pamela-34, 173
Washburn, Lee-75, 144
Washington, Gloria--83, 85
Waters, Donna-42, 50, 85,
Watson, Margaret?83, 115
Watson, Sandra-83, 85
Weatherbie, Judy-83, 113
Weaver, Raymond-76, 83
Webb, Judy--116, 171
Webber, Joan-75, 116
Webber, Wendel-60, 91, 11 1
Weber, Darlene-83, 116
Webster, Robert--75, 114, 117
Weimar, David-52, 83, 118,
Weisz, Carol-52, 75, 117
Welch, Pennie-42, 83, 115,
Weller, Beverly-50, 113, 171
Weller, Richard-83, 102
Wellings, Larry-60, 91, 143
Werner, Philip-91, 119, 140
wesr, Judy-37, 40, 44, 45,
West, Dean-36, 55, 56, 91
Weston, Ruby--116, 171
Wheeler, James C.-75
Wheeler, James V.--83
White, Edward-60, 171
White, Gary L.-83
White, Gary P.-62, 75
White, Jo Ann-83
White, Robert-172, 173
White, Stephanie-40, 44, 91,
Whiteley, Sharon-83, 1 15
Williams, David-91, 93, 118
Williams, Joan-52, 91, 119
Williams, Sally-41, 50, 91
Williamson, Alice-50, 91
Wills, David-44, 45, 120,
172, 173, 176
Willson, David-75, 148
Wilson, Linda--41, 91, 113,
Wilson, Sarah-75, 116
Wilson, Verdia-52, 75
Wingert, Brenda-42, 52, 91,
Winkler, Lawrence-95, 172
Woehler, Janice-109, 113,
Wong, Donald-55, 60, 104,
Wong, Gordon-60, 91, 143
Wright, Ronald-83, 103
Wright, William-35, 37, 43,
Wronka, Ernest-52, 83, 144
Wurtz, Eleanor-50, 172, 173
John-55, 91 .
Wyland, David-39, 91, 93
Wyman, Jack-123, 124, 172
Yates, Hugh-62, 83, 113,
Yeager, Virgil-39, 91, 114
Youmans, Leon-55, 83
Young, James-60, 91
Young, Louis-114, 117
Zamos, Patricia783, 115
Zapf, Ronald-55, 58, 86, 91,
Zermeno, Robert-62, 83, 147
Zschoche, Edward-60, 83
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