Mount Miguel High School - Mil Memorias Yearbook (Spring Valley, CA)

 - Class of 1960

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'---8 Organizations sponsor opportunities for fvliowsiiip. guel mount miguel Fri:-ndly lmrirlshaku prcludfs vigorous competition V Campus panorama portray Library window frames quiet view inviting study. Long shadows on the quad tell time of day-5:00 p.m. Hurrying between classes, students blur shutter action of camera. L 7,7 school 'Jouewofzd What makes a school tick? What makes it alive? A diagnosis of Mount Miguel's metabolism shows it to be very much alive, a growing infant as schools go, rapidly outgrowing its mother and brothers and sisters in the Grossmont Union High School District. Mount Miguelis stout heart, healthy body, strong hands, and alert mind work together in co-ordinated efficiency. lt d0esn't take a doctor or a skilled per- son to discover these qualities, as they show through in achievement. Since anatomy is the study of struc- ture and parts, MIL MEMORIAS gives you an intimate glimpse of these many parts. Who can say which part of a school is the most important? As we review a thousand memories of past activities, helpful teachers, sincere guidance, and fellowship, which stands out the most? Endearing friendships have been made, ambitions formed, sportsmanship developed. lt takes all these things and more to make a school a success. These qualities are pre- sented as the MIL MEMORIAS staff gives you a close look at the Anatomy of a Schools-namely Mount Miguel. l anator lflzlgaeljs anatomy to camera? We tai C ii: ofa miami ,K Patio provides inspirational environment for painters. Sign provides informative greeting for welcome school anatomy of a school anatomy of a school visitors. Students flee the parking scene at 2:45. Seniors U nderclassmen A dm z'nz'sZm tion Organz'zaZz'0ns A c1fz'vz'tz'es A thelezfics LABELING THE PARTS 4TMOUNT MIGUEL HIGH 4 H WE DEDICATE God bless you, Mr. Spencer, with happiness, Our true friend you will always be, For duty and wisdom in school life You helped us oft to see. For sharing problems that were ours, For gentleness, For firmness, for words of encouragement That live to bless, For laughter, fun, and little things That make a school day bright, Fo'r teaching us. the way to keep Our distant goals in sight, For qualities of mind and heart So nobly expressed, 4 li For giving courage, honor, kindness, faith fr MLK, fi ' That helped us meet lil'e's test, g QI For many great and little things, The memories which will not pass, For helping us to reach our goals, We dedicate the memory of our Senior Class. V .f-. ,- nf. ,,.x , . . ,, . ,JW Mfg, rv! ,U 5,523 M5251 T0 YCU Q. KW we 41, .fs - his X Q ,ss 0 L. .. A , ,QF 71226 si 5 fglamqii is -Q MN V15 MN,c'Mw " f Vw U Wm Av W iw Tig ajfiiw W if KJ 3 JQVOU XQMSQCJAUOV b M 6 shows surge gf zndustrzous power Today? leaders- Tomorrow? eitizerzs LIZ NORTON Secretary Seniors, wise in the ways of high school life, older in years than their scholastic subordinates, now face the gate to pathways unexplored. Oppor- tunities await the ambitious ones in the class of 760. Sighs and laughter mingle with tears and lingering mem- ories of the Banquet on April 26 and the Mardi Gras Prom at the Grant Hotel. Fun and fellowship climaxed 1 HIL STLELVE I resident ZENA DAIL Vice President GINGER SHEPICRSKY Treasurer the final year of the academic pur- suits at MM with the big picnic at Big Oak Ranch. Those glamorous portraits taken last fall at Florence Arts Studio should gain any Senior admittance to any college or job of his choice. Senior privileges added zest and zeal to being a Senior, and being a Senior is a privilege. ROBERT SPENCER CRAIG WARMPIR, ELLEN HALL, BEN DUEA Counselor Advisors 12 cr' QC?" PAUL FORREST ADAMS While there is life, there is hope. kf' JAMES ALLEN ADKINSON Quirk of thought but slow to speak. JAMES WALTER ADSIT Wise to resolve, and patient to perform. SHARON KAYE ANDREWS A cheery little miss, brimming over with fun and bliss. BARBARA JOYCE ARNOLD The mildest manners with the bravest mind. MARY BETH ARNOLD Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers. JOSEPH WINSLOW AUSTIN An honest marfs word is as good as his bond. ARVADA MERLE AVERY One good turn deserves another. i i MICHAEL CEORC E AVERY The man of wisdom, is the man of years. JOHN EDWARD BAILEY That saw the manners in his face. SHIELA ANN BAINS She is full of good meanings and wishings. JERRY KEITH BAKER First in the fight and every forceful deed. WM. FREDERICK AMPTMAN MAXINE MARTHA BAKER With thy wise dreams In youth and beauty, and fables of the sky. 13 wisdom is but rare, WILLIAM BALL The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. Grads oresee ambitious futures DONALD E. BARLOW Strength is felt from hope and despair. DEANNA MARGARET BALSELY I lead a charmed life. JUDITH ANN BALSELY An all right heart lives long. DIANE BARANOWSKI The gift of speech brings her glory. LYNDA LOU BARTLETT She,s armed with that innocence within. GARY KAY BASTRUPT ,Tis man's to fight but Heaven's to give success. ALFRED BEAULOYE It matters not how a man dies but how he lives. MARILYN ,TUNE BECKER Life is merry when you make it so. THOMAS JAMES BEEBE We know what we are, but not what we may be. MARY LOU BELL Blue eyes and blonde hair, makes her a maiden fair. GEROLD CLARK BEMI Life brings him more than expectation. DUANE WESLEY BENNETT The first years must make provisions for the last. PEGGY ELAINE BENNETT Thy modesty? a candle to thy merit. n DOROTHY ANN BERGER Always ready to be a friend. JAMES H. BOOKBINDER He is a happy example of politeness. DIANE BIBEE Sincerity dwells with cheerfulness. JOLEEN KAY BOOTH Herself a fairer flower. RAYMOND BIERL A happy soul that all the way. CATHY CAROL BORRELLI Soft as some song thy story flows. WILLIAM LEE BIGGS CHRISTINA BOWNE Her sweetness shows through. CAROLYN ANN BRADY Knowledge is more equivalent to force. DAVID LEWIS BRAUDAWAY To gain or lose it all. J MARY LOU BRENNAN Ready to meet the world. ACKIE ARLENE BROCKMAN Happiness comes from within. RALPH JOHN BROWN A man succeeds. BONNIE JEAN BRUST Knowledge is power. Willing to help, y 'I 5 willing to please. JACQUELYNNE L. BURKE Life is a pleasure. CHARLOTTE ANN BUTCH She,s a girl of deeds, not words. EDWARD LARRY BUTTS To be a man, is to be full of power. ANTOINETTE DEE CAFFALL Studious to please, yet not ashamed to fail. zjylomas insure success seeking STEPHEN L. CAFFERATA Be wise today, time is too scarce. DEEANN L. CALEINDO A life spent well is measured by deeds, not years. JOHN MICHAEL CALVERT Brevity is the very soul of wit. BARBARA ANN CARLSON Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind. ROLAND F. CARLSON A friend to many, a foe to few. WARREN RAYMOND CARNIE A man of politeness is a man worthwhile. LONA JEAN CARROLL The best of things comes with patience. ROBERT EMMETT CARROLL Content with life,s rewards. NANCY JANE CARLTON A happy-go-lucky kid. LUCILLE ANN CAZIMERO Sweetness is an asset to any woman. UT BARIBARA ANNE CHAMBERS A good name is better than rivhes. CHARLES CHANCE I've taken my fun zvhere Iave found it. ROBERTA ANNE CHRISTY The glory of a firm capatiozts mind. JOHN WILLIAM CLANCY It is good to li1'e and learn. LYNNE IJUANE CLARIDY Wisdom ix the principle thing. VVILLIAM ALLEN CLARK Great is truth and mighty almre all thingx. 'K' SPENCER CLECC Pativnre ix thc' host remmly for Clfftfj' lroalrlv. BARBARA ANN COI"I4'EY Thnzzghls are mighlier than strength of hand. BRUCE MICHAEL COH EN Rivh in good works. EDWARD COLE He reall-is zhv 1c'ati'r.w carltc'rztz'd zvith life. DOROTHY EVELYN COLEY The rnagiz' of her mind. LESLIE MARIE COLLIER She is like a blessing. .ION COMPTON Great thoughts come from the heart. ANDREW CONELY Be happy. uise. and honest. JUDITH ICIAINIC QIONTA Har 11111g111'!1'1' ,It'I'.XllI1!111fj' 11tlr111'1.s 11111113' fI'1l'lI!1.N. 11AN11:1, 1f1mN141,1N 1:0014 H11 s11'if1 111 111'111. s11111' 111 .xl111111f. llI1l1 s11111' 111 Il71gl'l'. SANDRA LOU COOK Cay IIS 11111111 and llflllllj' 11s Sllflhllg. KATHY CIORLISS fl 11'11m1111 11,1 111111112111 is I1 11111111111 11,1 11e1'11s. Asl19z'1falz'0ns S 611 orming 01115 silllcm mr: 1111: 1161 11'11yx 111'1' 11'11y.s nf 111011.v1111 Ill mx. DAXID IIHOVUNINCSHIICLD 1 1l1VHIl.S1 111111 1111 I-11011 11111 11 gut llll'flj'. J., 1 MARY COX I 11011e1'1' in 1fl1x'1l1,L' life for gr111111'11. PAUL DEAN CR AVI' 111111't 170I1lt'1' 1111': 1'111 11 1JIlSj' 1111111 DONALD CRANIC 111' fills 111s lI.f6'11'lIIf' 1l'I'I1l 11f'c11.v. JOANN CRICIVIICR Afyllillfllg is 1'n11111s.wi11lv 11'1't11 ll 11'ilI1'11g 111'11r1. TOM RICHARD CROW' T110 11111111 tha! f11111111'x f11t1'11f'1't ran !lf'111f'I,'f' MHIHAICL JOHN CURRY 1171111 .YIIYS 1111112 111111-x 111 1'1'11ry111111g. ZICN.-X LOUISE DAIL S1111 111111 rzerer fails 111111 gfflll' r1'1'11er. ROBICRT DAVI HS The slylf- is the man. hI.f7lS6lf. 9 SUSAN JANE DE CROOT With, the grave to irin and the heart to lwlfl. MA RGARET ANN DEGURSE Her future is planned, CLARENCE DE HONEY KATHY LEE DIEDERICIH Happy am I, from care Fm free. BENNY JOSEPH DIIVIARIA A quiet man but quite a man. just wants to make a million dollars and he happy. IICAN DOCK 7h0IlglIl.S left unsaul are never urastezl. GAYLORD ALLEN DOERCK A simple life is its own reward. DENNIS DOWNER Nothing was ever achieved without enthusiasm. LINDA LEE DOWNING .4 :rise and urzflerstanding heart. DALEANIC DUMAS fudge me not by my quiet ways. .IUDITH ANNE DUNHAM The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. MARCY JEAN DUNN You can be good, but you can miss a lot of fun. HAROLD DIAL JACQUELINE N. IJUTELLE I nezier let studies 19 , 3 CUUf'l67'.Vllil.1PIlf teaehes more interfere with rny zmrlf. k J than 777Ulllmf1.0n- L 60,5 Class rooes L x 0 O zgh otenlzal CAROLYN ANN DYAS SHARON LEE FINNEY The flllllfe lL0lliS fvfliwle. True to her word, her work, and her friends. JAN BARTLETT EMERY Skill to do comes of doing. SUE ESTES To knou, take, to learn and give, makes up the life she will live. SANDRA MARIE EASTON LANAY FISH She has friends because Sincwizy dwells with She 15 fl friend- cheerfalness. DAVID CRAIG ENOS He's not really so qitietg just ask him. KENNETH B. FIELDER. Ambition has no risk. Y BRUCE CRAIG EDENFIELD PAUL K. FITZGERALD Come what may, A nice, why should I worry? anpartieular fellow. PHILIP DEAN ESTEBO A true friend is a friend forever STEPHEN ROY FIELDS Great hopes make great men. JAMES RUSSELL ELMORE WILLIAM DANIEL FLEET The first years of man 20 A little nonsense now and must make provisions lllell is f6li-Shed by the for the last. wisest men.. THOMAS A USTIN FRISQUE Humor leads the uway to happiness. EILEEN FRIGEMAN Shels already got her man. RONALD LEON GAPP His var's the thing. DALE LEE GARRIOTT A sensible and zrell-bred man. .IERRY WILLIAMS GASKINS Drawing on my fine command of language. I said nothing. YCEGIL EUGENE GATCH Skill to do comes of doing, RARNETT WAYNE GATCH A fellow of infinite jest. SANDRA LEE GAY .fllzrays be ready to speak your mind. VIRGINIA ANNE GEORGE Meakness is not weakness. ROSEMARIE T. GIACINTO If you are wise. laugh. JOE EDWARD GOIVFENY Profrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday. HELENE DIANNE GORDON Coy, elusive, and full of fun. GERRY PATRICIA GOWENS She stands in her ou'n light. RAYMOND FRED GRAHAM Skill to do fomes of doing. BETTY LEE GREEN I'll take the world as it is. DONALD GUTHRIE The quiet type, but only in class. ELEANOR G. HAFDELL Her personality is her laugh. THOMAS W. HAGGARD Words may show a man's 1visa'onz, but action his meaning. raduates Stretch or H zlgher oals SCHERRIE ANN HALEACRE A .sweet ooire with a matching personality. DOREEN JOY HAMPTON Never too busy to smile. LEELA RAY HANSEN Sincerity dwells with happiness. .TOANNE PHYLLIS HARTER Kinda quiet hut kinda nice. KAREN HANSEN A girl who does her own thinking. MARTIN W. HARBERT I heliezfe in taking life for granted. CAROL ANN HARSHMAN A rheerful and willing worker. LEON PAUL HAVVKINS I simply want to he a success in life. LLOYD GUEST HAWKINS A little hit independent. MARJORIE SUE HAWKINS The very pink of perfection. P 1 V 1 ORYILLE EDWIN HAY V CAROL ANN HOLM Ile who laughx, lasts. A lozfing heart is the truest uisdunz. RONALD HITCIICOCK X Be not ashamed to say what l you are not ashamezl to think. THOMAS HEYER His pep cronzes from an inner spring. THOMAS HEITERT KATHLEEN P. HOLMES I try all things, Earnestncss is enthusiasm 1 arhieve what I can. tempered by reason. BETTY LOU HOBSON Imagination 1.3 the eye of the mul. JANICE SUE HILL Who pleasure givek shall joy receive. SUNNIE LYN HENDERSON MARJORIE LOU HOLSCLAW lt's Ihl? IIZLTCL 1l70l'k6f The glayg ghgt mglkg 145 Ivlw -HLCCGCLZS. happy make us zvise. JOAN MARIE HOFFMAN With the ability to play any role. LOU ANN HINES ffllrayx rheerful. CAROL HESCH GERRY HOLSTINE A little of ezrerything 23 Strong ambition well hlenzlefl. shall never fail. BONNIE HOLSTROM The great pleasure in life is bringing happiness to others. LYNNE HOPKINS Stability is the goal we strizre to achieve. SHIRLEY M. HOSTETLER My interest is in the future berause l'm going to spend it with him. .IUDITH E, HUGKSTEP I assure you it requires no small talents to smile. Variea' pastimes rest Loorktoorn students LIHARLENE RAE HUDKINS The fashion is what she iirears herself. GEORGE L. HURLEY Fulfillment of an ambition will bring contentment. DAVID EUGENE HULETT He likezl to like people, 1 therefore people likecl him. W ANDREW HUSKA The more one has to do, the more time one has to tlo it in. SHERILYN HUMPIIRIES An attraetizre eoiffure makes an attraftioe girl. CHARLES L. IOTT With wit we conquer many. 24 CI'IARLO'I"I'E IRWIN With her smile comes sinwerity. RICHARD LEE IRWIN Intellect brings admiration. PATRICIA AUDREY ISAACS Etiquette is femininity. LOURAE S. JACK I guess I am not energeticg I like to sit around and talk. SHARON JENKINS Sweet are the thoughts that savour of eontent. L... JUDY JICNNINGS The quiet rnind is richer than a crown. ROIJICRT D. JIQNSI-LN He has no malive in his mind .Q DICNISIC JOHNSON Friendship is vonstunt in all other things. 12"- DIANIC C. JOHNSON The best of life comes through good cheer. RICHARD JOHNSON Liberty of thought is the life of the soul. SANDRA JOHNSON Speak the truth and shame the devil. DICLMAR JONES The next day is nezzer so good as the day before. CARL M. KALIL Love truth but pardon error Loxn: JOHNSON A merry heart goes all the day. BOB HAROLD JONES The brave man rarves out his fortune. JOAN MARIE KAPSALA Good sense and good nature are two of life's greatest blessings. PATRICIA F. JOHN CONRAD KIiI.LlCNRI'IRCIiR A fair exterior is a silent 25 He that wrongs his rerommendation. friend, wrongs himself. HENEIETTA KENNING Possess your soul with patience. ED LEICHTON KEPNER Every man desires to live long and be happy. LESLIE .IEAN KILLORN No woman is happy who does not think herself so. KENNETH KING Leave things of the future to fate. zlhloma holders drive or success KATHLEEN P. KIRBY Virtue is the truest nobility. .IANICE KAY KLEPPER Smiles comfort the sun- shine after rain. Hu... CAROI. ANNE KNIGHT She profits most who serves best. DON PAUL KRIDER No pleasure endures unseasoned by variety. JANET E. KRUK I have a pleasant time with my mind because it is happy FLORENCE KOLPACOFF Beauty lies in many eyes. JOE A. KLEPPER He is truly wise who gains wisdom from another's mishaps. MIKE KRAWCHAK Learn to live and live to learn. KENNETH D. KUNKEL The wisdom of mankind creeps slowly on. ALAN C. LACHMAN Let knowledge grow from more to come. BARBARA LAUDRUM Pursuit of the perfect is pursuit of .sweetness and light. JOSEPH E. LANE Youth is full of pleasure. age is full of care. ROBERTA L. LANE She is so constant to others and so kind. LEONARD LASHLEE No legaey is so rich as honesty. NANCY ANN LEACH The rnost useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed. FRED W. LEAR No man is useless while he has a friend. I WILLIAM L. LEFLER Gratitude is the sign of nohle souls. GEORGE LOUIS LEITNER There is history as well as prosperity in all men,s lives. BARBARA .IOAN LESKO Sweet as every song. DONNA LESTER Life is pleasant with pleasant thoughts. .IERRY WILLIAM LEWIS A sense of humor is the just balance of all the facilities of man. ERIC IAMES LINDSTEN A little friend may prove a great friend. SHARON ANNE LANE CHARLENE E. LINNAN She smiled and 27 The possession of happiness the shadows departed. is always worthwhile. Students d7'lIfZ.CZL1?dl6 DOROTIIY LLOYD Femininity nezfer goes OIL! of fashion. MIKE LORENTZ All experienre is an arch to huild upon. ROBERT LOPEZ Life's a funny proposition, just he happy and rarefree. ROBERT WM, LOVELAND Let no one who lines he Called altogether unhappy. KATHLEEN LORD Style is the dress of thoughts. .IEANNETTE LOWE With amhition and ability, she will twirl her way through life. MARIORIE LORENZ She walks a goddess. tomorrotefs rewards PATRICIA GALE Mc-CABE Our hope is ever litvelier than despair. NANCY .I. Mc'CASLIN Those that luring sunshine to others cannot keep it from themselves. KENNETH .I. McCLUR E Those who do not Complain are never pitied. MARY Mm-CRAY Possessed ivith it steady and perpetual serenity. .IAMES M. M1-EEELEY Let tornorrou' tal-:e fore of tomorrow. BEVERLY ANN McIIAEEIE Adversity is not without Comfort and hopes. MICHAEL McINTYRE Throw fear to the wind she loolfs a queen. and progress- MIKE RALPII MAEHLER MARTHA JANE MARUSA A manis own observation D0 US YUM llfllltld be done is jggd for thought! by is the surest way of pleasing. .IOYCE KAY MARTIN Cheerfulness keeps up a kind of daylight in the mind. TOM MARSHALL The social, friendly, honest man. RICHARD L. MAKI ANNE WOOD MATHEWSON Manners must adorn Fortune may have yet a knowledge and smooth its better success in reserve way through the world. for you. MARY MARTIN Time does not become sacred to us until we have lived it. RUSSELL C. MARTINA , As if true pride were not also humble. STANLEY MANCOLD MARY E. MEHLBERCER Life is a Struggle, Where beauty is born, but not a warfare. royalty abounds. CARY MARTINDALE What is well done is done soon enough. IEANNIE RAE MARTIN Every 'joy is gain, and gain is gain, however small. MICHAEL E. MANLEY KAREN MARIE MICKELSON Knowledge is proud that 29 There is nothing worth more he has learned so much. than laughter and the love of friends. eloarture rom SUZIE L. MILES It is a romely fashion to he glad. CHARLES II, MII.I.ER Bolflrzesx is a mash' for fear, hlJll'01'Ul' great. KAREN MILLER When she speaks not, there lies a zvzmzersation in her eyes. M zlguel stirs somber EUNIf.l'. MINER It is a fheering thought to think of happy tlzfrzgs. FRANCYS D. MINNIS She, has half the deed flnrze zrho has made a hegfnrzing. PHILIP L. Ml'I'CiIIICL Strength through jay. sentiment LIIARLLNI. MII ILR Life is short and IlHl'CVl!lITL,f let Us sperzd it as Irell as Ire run. GARY INIONETTA A merry heart that laughs at care. CHARLES MOORE Oar life is what our thoughts make it. LARRY A. MORLAN The days that make us happy. make us u-ise. ELWOOIJ K. INIO'I"I' Words are wise fTLCll,S rountters. ELNORA IVIUIR A compliment is something to rherish. WAYNE MILLER SHARON MUZZY Great nzen gain doubly Happiness is the good when they make foes their friends. 30 LAURA NICIL Virtue is the performance of pleasant avtions. DOUGLAS IC. NICWCOMB The vivtor is he who can do it alone. .IANICIC RUTH NIICMI They are never alone that are aer'om,panied hy noble thoughts. ELIZABETH NORTON Life is not life at all without delight. PATRICIA I". OAKS Variety is the heart of l'lIj'11j'l7Il'Hf. l, N I.. 0l"lfILI. The great man, ix the man who flow fl thing for the hast lime. JAMES NICWELL There is no wealth but life. MUTSUMI NISHIFUZI A wise and anzlerstanzling heart. CARY DON NORICD The .wfrel of .wzzzwexs is rorzxlfzrlwy to purpostf. LINDA ,UCAN NUGICNT Cheer and great welrome makes a merry motto. WINONA M. NYE There is no flirty we unrlerrate so mach as that of being happy. PATRICIA RUTH 0'CARA .Yolhirzg SIlI'1'l'l'l1N like su 'rms I .IUIJY NICIODICMUS PAUL HICRBICHT OPOLSKI The happy fnmhination of We all hare xuffirient fortuilous eirvamstances. 31 strength to endure the mis- fortunes of others. FRANCES A. PALASIK What ZCILWIKIIVI can you final that is greater than kindness? DIXIE LEE PALMORE Good will is the mightiest practical force. CHARLES R. PANHORST fustiee is truth in action. JUDY ANN PARENT Some women have charm for all. Fouryear mz'ssz'0n raves rewartltn P 8 KENT PARSONS It is a rough roafl that leads to the heights of greatness. VIRGINIA KAY PA'l"l'ICRSON If a woman has long hair, it is a glory to her. RICHARD W. PAYNE Literature is an investment of genius. ETHELINDA PEAK I laugh. for it has a happy place with me. JAMES VVILLIAM PERCL Nothing great was ever aehieoed without enthusiasm. WILLIAM L. PERKINS The power of thought, the magic of the mind. .IOHN PETTY None hut the hrate zlexerres the fair. SHARON R. PHILLIPS The rairthozi' comes hy merits. JOHN RUSSELL PIERCE Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius. MARNA .IAYNE PIERCE Beauty is truth, truth beauty. l PAUL JOSEPH PIUBENI He that has knowledge spares his words. BILLIE JEAN PORTER Great thoughts come from the heart. AMELIA POSSEHL She that is of a merry heart has a happy future. DOUGLAS ROBERT POTTS To bear is to conquer our fate. TOBY ANN PURCZYNSKI DONALD GENE QUIEST I bear a little more than I can bear. Happy thoughts bears a lovely face. ELIZABETH POWELL Very little is needed to make a happy life. PATRICK DENNIS PRICE The opinion of the strongest is always the best. BRENDA LEE PRIEST Fair and softly goes far. CARLTON PUTERBAUCH Life and power are scattered with all of us. CAROLYN PUTNAM In her tongue is the law of kindness. GEORGE RADICI The spirits of just men made perfect. KAY RALSTON Rich in good works. NANCY CAROLYN RAY Words are the physicians of a wise mind. VVILLIAM LRROY REA All the great things of life are sz4'1'ftly done. JOHN R. RICAL Man's slrvnglhs are often necessary 10 the purposes of life. M . Mzgael grads ace fabulous future THOMAS REYNOLDS Manmrs IA all Ln all what munts. JO ELLEN RHODES .fl willy uwman is a lVP!lSI1fl'. a Il'I.fl1' beauty I5 a 1JOIlPf. KARRN HAZLL RHNE And I feel that I am happzer than I know. RICHARD F. ROBINSON A great fortune is a great slarvry, ROBERT C. ROCHICILE He halh ll hvart as sounzl as a bell. DEAN S. REED Be wise to-dayg ,tis madness to differ. NOLA RHfH'I'lfR Talent 14-ith rmrrls is an asset to lwlmlfl. ROBERT ROBLRSON The anrhnr of man IS ambztmn. RRUCR ROBINSON Cnlrragf' is the ahility to kc'1'p on lflvirzg. JACK ROMICUIICRE Patrh grief with. proverbs. 'Q LARRY C. RTCNFRO MICHAEL W. RUBOTTOM Unzhoughr-likv thoughts that His vim and vigor would are the souls of thought. 34 be hard tu rnatrh. LINDA .I. RUTHERFORD That irirtue was sufficient of itself for happiness. ROGER W. RUTHEREORD Literature is the thought of thinking souls. PATRICIA I,. ST. ROMAIN The light that shines worries from her eyes. ARTHIEH SAMBRANO Sorrows remembered su-eeten preserzt joy. LESLI In L, SCHARNHORST SHARON SCHNEIDER A zcfise head makes wise moves. AVIS LOUISE SANDO For Ire that Iii-c to please must to lire. ROBERT .I. SANTURRO Important principles may and must be flexible. ANCELO SANZA The zrorld lfrzuzzzs nothing of its grwztost men. The fzrrrvst agonies llllll slmrtzst rugn. CAROL ANNE SCHETTIG Crief may be joy misunderstood. MARILYN SIIIIIIIER She I5 truly gn at uho hath a great vharity. ARTIE SCHOTT A good life is the only religion. BRENDA LEE SCHULTZ They laugh that irirz. RICHARD HERT SCHWAB He'll always hare treasures and friends. jqfoas memorzes create nostalgza MARY ANNE SCOTT Youth, full of grave. force, fascination. JAMES TWINN SHACKLETT Those best can bear reproof who rnerit praise. RUSSELL SCOTT Be favorable to bold beginnings. T HARVEY I. SHAW Time is but the stream I go a fishing in. DENNIS SECHRIST In all your speech let truth and candor shine. VIRGINIA SHEPERSKY To her is due most TBUEFBHI f6YIJCl'l WILLIAM EDWARD SILVERTHORN Active and strong and valorous in fight. TOM E. SIMPSON Give me the splendid, silent sun. MARIORIE MAL SINGO Like the calm patience of the woods, I wait. HERMAN M. SLEDCE Hope is a better companion than fear. BEVERLY JEAN SLOCUM The smile that u'on,t come off. GARY RICHARD SMITH Upon good rnanners all his mind is bent. CARROLL ANN SEWELL GENEVIEVE L. SMITH Bold is her face and fair. 36 Let us all talk happiness. LARRY DEAN SMITH SHARON MARIE STRAZZ The man that gogg alone Her sparkle is known to all. can start today. x NANCY LEE STEIDING All is conscience, all is tender heart. STEVE STAMPER To know is nothing at allg to imagine is everything, DONNA SOLKAMA SUE LYNNE STROM Joy and woe are woven fine. She acts well her part, there all the honor lies. COREY WILLIAM STEPEK Youth is a silly, vapid state. BARBARA J. STARMAN To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive. DAN SPEARS BRENDA MARIE STURDYVIN Education should be as gradual Love is her song and as the rnoonrise. all her heart's desire. 1 WAYNE STEPHENS Applause is due to him . . . for cheerfulness and willingness to work. PHIL STEELE Through hard work and persistence his leadership shines forth. f RICHARD CARL SPETH A GARY W- SULLIVAN is gygr lgfd of Death. 1 I am SILTC we Sll.0lLld all be as happy as kings. PARTRICIA ANN SUMMERS It takes life to love life. ROBERT SUNBURY One who grieves not holds high hopes for the future. SHARON LEE SZALAY She is sturdy and .staunch where she stands. DAVID E. SZUCH His manner of speech is aimed to please. emznzsczng senzors wave a find goodby STEPHEN A. TAMILA Of joy he has a double sum. .IUDITH MARIAN TAYLOR She will survive on Fortunate Isle , . . The abode of the blest. RAYMOND WM. TAYLOR Good pleasure, ease, content whatever thy name. HELEN B. TELLES Sing thy songs of happy cheer. HALE THORNBURGH The light of knowledge shall never burn out. BERT THORNTON I keep my soul from care. BILL THORNTON The lad is a rover,, loviny and X . andxffee. LYNN J. TIBERC Sweet courtesy has done its most. ANDREA TOLBERT She is a phantom of delight. TOM TRAIL He never doubts from what he sees. PERRY TUVE I hold infinity in the palm of my hand. ROBERT GARY TWEDT The busy bee has no time for sorrow. SHIRLEY JOYCE UECKER A perfect woman, nobly planned to warn, Qmfort, and command. HARLEY VANLANDINGHAM Under every grief and pain runs joy. MARTHA ANN WARD Virtue is like a rich stone, best plain set. VINTON C. VINT His good will and hard work will glow forever. ROBERT WM. VON WILLER Those who do not complain are never pitied. CHARLES ANDREW VULTAGGIO Man was made for joy and woe. CAROLINE E. WARDELL Fair as a star when only one shines in the sky. GEORGE WEBSTER Like a soldier armed with sword and gun. P ROBERT IAMES WELLONG All people are distant from heaven alike. SANDRA I. WELLS Her eyes are stars of twilight fair. IOANNA MARIE WELTY She too serves a certain purpose being a great friend. SHIRLEY WERNER She is born to sweet delight. RAHEA CATHY WEST Her smile radiates friendliness. JEANNE M. WESTPHAL As fresh as a daisy in the month of May. FRED WHITE A wild deer wandering here and there. JOHN JAY WHITE Fare ell Mzlguel elle big worlaff JUDY ANN WHITE I enjoy this common world of joy and woe. MERRILY M. WHITEHURST I hold secrets of heart and mind. ROBERT ALLEN WHITAKER He tells all truth in good intent. PAUL EDWIN WILKIE All friends are able to prove great friends. BRIAN WILLIAMS Life is not life at all without delight. DONALD 'I'. WILLIAMS I will look about me with qaiet eyes. DOUCLAS H. WILLIAMS I zeill mark lI'lIl'f'h is mine. YYONNE JEAN WILLIS Her heart In-lmlds lore, deep and strong. MICHAEL A. WIMAN This sturdy man shall only be forced to eternal rest. DALE WA Y N IC WITTMA N A questioner that sits so sly. Ji 40 My nternories will take me back . . . I .RONALD P. WOOD With no burden or sorrow, he continues being glad. MICHAEL V. WYMAN He stands high in the admiration of'his friends. I MARY THELMA YOUNG Of mystic beauty and dreamy grace. RICHARD C. YOKELY I know the truth, by the heart. NANCY LOU YOUNG She ts as quiet as a moonlit garden. ALFRED .I YOST I ve aluays been a happy soul, but now more than ever. PHYLLIS E. ZIMMERMAN I am the happiest thing under the sun. EILEEN HAEGAR She lights with joy the wintry scene. BONNIE JEAN YEATON ROBERT HONN Like the m00'l'5h1'mVVlf?f He possess' a dauntless look. on leaves and trellises. Roving camera misses timid people RAYFORD BARNETT ZANE HOFF JACK REW LARRY BLOCK WALT MQINTOSH PETER ROHFLEISCH ARTHUR BRENNAN CHARLES PEAVEY LANCE SMITH RORERT BROASCH JUDY PETERSON SUSAN WAGOR DONALD HAMILTON WILLIAM REA LANDIS YOUNG 41 Aetzve years reveal ADAMS, PAUL F.-Student Council 1,2. San Diego JC ADKINSON, JAMES A.-Nominating Conv. 1,2. Elec- tronic Scientist ADSIT, JAMES W.-San Diego .IC AMPTMAN, WILLIAM-San Diego State ANDREWS, SHARON K.-JV Cheerleader 2. . .Y-Teens 2 Veep, 3,4. . .Election Board 3. . .Leadership Conf. 3,4. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. . .Nominating Conv. 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Songleader 4. . .Homecoming Princess 4. Col- lege ARNOLD, BARBARA J.-Girls' League 1,2. . .Student Council 2. . .Y.F.C. 3,4. Clerical Work ARNOLD B.-Student Council 1. . .Girls' League Work Banquet Comm. 4. College Squad 1. . .Announce- High-Spanish Club 2,3. .. .Class Pres. 3. . .Annual Staff 3. . . Beta BAINS -Y-Teens 3,4. . .Photo Club 3. . . Ditch Air Force BAKER Football 1,2,3,4,. . .Basketball 1,2 .Student Council 1,2,4. . .Nomin- ating .Letterman's Club 2,3,4. . .Ditch Day Comm. Conf. 2. San Diego .IC BAKER --Pep Club 1,2,3. . .Privilege Comm. .Y-Teens 4. . .Miami High-Girls' 2,3. . .Pom Pom Corp Country 1,2,3,4. . .Tennis 1 . . .Class 1. . .Track 2,3,4. . .Wrestling 2,3,4. . . Nominating Conv. 3. . .Banquet Comm. 4. . .Key Club 4 . . .Letterman's Club 4, College. BALSLEY, DEANNA M.-Bowling Club 3. . .Announce- ment Comm. 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Ticket Squad 4. Mar- riage BALSLEY, ,IUDITH A.-Bowling Club 1,2. . .Ticket Squad 1,2,4. . .Gavel Club 3. . .Key Comm, 4. . .Student Council 4. Work BARANOWSKI, DIANE M.-Student Council 1,2,3,4. . . Class Council 1,2,3. . .Y-Teens 1,2,3. . .Nominating Conv. 1,2,3. . .Songleader 1. . .N.F.L. 2,3,4. . .Thespians 2,3,4 . . .Gavel Club 3,4. . .Prosemian Players 3,4. Marriage BARLOW, DONALD E.-Band 1,2. . .Class Council 1,3 . . .Spanish Club 1. . .A.S.B, Play 1. . .N.F.L. 2,3,4. . . Cross Country 2. . .Pep Club 2,3. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. San Diego State BARTLETT, LYNDA L.-Pep Club 4. . .Choir 1,2,3,4. .. Y-Teens 1. . .Latin Club 1,2. . .Cheerleader 1. . .Span- ish Club 3. . .Play Comm. 3. . .Booster Club 3. College BASTRUP, GARY L.--C.S.F. 2,3,4. . .Chess Club 3,4. Col- lane. ewzez' znterests cf BEEBE, THOMAS J.-Cross Country 1. . .Track 1. Col- lege BELL, MARY L.-Mixed Chorus 1. . .Student Council 1 . . .Thespian Club 2,3,4. . .Choir 2,3,4 A.S.B. Play 2. . . Y-Teens 2,3. . .Senior Play 2. . .Proscenium Players 3 . . .Play Comm, 4. Model BEMIS, GEROLD C.-Football 1. . .Baseball 4. . .Nomin- ating Conv. 2,3. . .Men Of Miguel 3. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. Jr. College BENNETT, DUANE W.-Chorus 1. . .Choir 2,3,4. . .C.C.C. 1,2. . .Rifle Team 2. . .Track 3,4. . .Key Comm. 4. For- estry BENNETT, PEGGY E.-Y-Teens 1...ch0ir 1,2,3,4... c.s.F. 2,3. . .Grad. Secretary irls' Ensemble 4. Legal BERGER, 1,2,3. . .Mid- Tiders 1... Conf, 2. Leadership BIBEE, Council 1, Treas. 2. . .Girls' Assem- bly Comm. BIERL, RA Conf. 3,4. . .Gavel Club 4. . . Gift Comm. BIGGS, Club 2. . . Gavel Club 3. . .Privilege State BOOKBINDER C.S.F. 2,3. . .T .Gift San Diego State BOOTH, Coun- cil 4.. Comm. 4. Business College BORRELLI, CATHY Business College . Key Comm. 4. BRADY, CAROLYN A.--Y-Teens 1,2. . .C.S.F. 1,2,3, Pres. 4. . .Nominating Conv. 2. . .International Club 2,3. . . Gavel Club 2,3. . .Election Board 2,3. . .Honor Aisle 3 . . .N.F.L. 4. . .Student Council 4. . .Gift Comm. 4. At- torney BRENNAN, ARTHUR-Glee Club 1, Service BRENNAN, MARY L.-Tumbling Club 3. . .Basketball Club 3. Nurse BROCKMAN, JACQUELINE A.-San Diego .IC BRUST, BONNIE J.-Drama Club 1. . .C.S.F. 2,3,4. . .El Trovador Staff 2, Business Mgr. 3,4. . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. BURK, .IACQUELYNNE-Bowling Club 2...Cap and Gown Comm. 4, I.B.M. School BUTCH, CHARLOTTA A.-Ticket Squad 3. . .Cape 'Corps 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .A.S.B. Dance Comm. 4. Waves BUTTS, EDWARD-Wrestling 2,3,4. . .Football 3. COOK, SANDRA L.-Pom Pom 2, Lieut. 3...Student past, jyractical concerns gf tomorrow CAFFERATA, STEPHEN L.-Spanish Club 3,4. . .Rifle Club 3. . .Banquet Comm. 4, College CALIENTO, DEEANN L.-Glee Club 1. . .Speech Club 2 . . .Announcement Comm. 4. Mariage CALVERT, JOHN M.-Football 1,2,3. . .Baseball 1,2,3,4 . . .Letterman's Club 3,4. . .Wrestling 4. Work. CARLSON, BARBARA A.-Girls' League 1,3,4. . .March- ing Band 2,3,4. . .Concert Band 3,4. . .Y-Teens 3,4. . . Election Board 3,4. . .Girls' Glee 3. . .Leadership Conf. 3,4. . . Pep Club 4. . .Nominating Conv. 4. . .A.S.B. Commissioner of Publicity 4. College CARLSON, ROLAND-Concert Band 1,2. . .Marching Band 1,2. . . Orchestra 2. . .Nominating Conv. 2,3. . . Leadership Conf. 2,3. . .Key Club 2,3,4. . .C.S.F. 2. . . Student Council 3. . .A.S.BK, lqmissioner of Finance 3 . . .Prom Comm, Chrm z stling 4. . .Election Board 4. College League 1. . ' .. CARNIE. W ' Cone 1,2,3.4- - .March- ing Band X Band Leader 4. . .Leader- ship Conf. CARROLL, Comm. 4. Jr- CARROLL- 'WY CAZIMERO. Club 3. . .Prom i . Marriage CHAMBERS. 1.2.3. . .Y- Teens 1,2,3- ,4. . .Ph 4. . .Prom SQL . ..... asm.. s.,.a.,, z.4,af35..ge.,,...,.Af,,,...,. Comm- 4- Vocal CHANCE, CHARL 23,4- Game Warden CHRISTY, ROBERTA A.-Girls' League 1,2,3. . .C.S.F. 2,3,4. . .Y-Teens 2,3,4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Cap and Gown Comm. Sec. 4. . .Co-Editor of El Trovador 4. . .Stu- dent Council 4. . .Nominating Conv. 4. College CLARIDY, LYNN D.-Baseball 1. Navy CLARK, WILLIAM A.-Science Club 3. CLEGG, SPENCER E.-Football 2. . .Wrestling 3. Work COFFEY, BARBARA A.-Picnic Comm. 1. . .Decorating Comm. 1. Marriage COHEN, BRUCE M.-Baseball 1,2,3,4. . .Basketball 2,4 . . .Key Club 3, Veep 4. . .Gift Comm. 4. . .Nominating Conv, Comm. 4. . .Letterman's Club 4. College COLE, EDWARD-Football 2,3,4. . .Basketball 2. College COLEY, DOROTHY E.-Girl's League 1,2. . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. Marriage COLLIER, LESLIE M.-Cadence Corp 2,3. . .Girls' League 3. . .Prom Comm. 4. Marriage CONELY, ANDY M.-Announcement Comm. 4. Armed Forces CONTA, JUDITH E.-Duchess 1. . .Student Council 1,3. . . Y-Teens 1. . .Nominating Conv. 2,4. . .Cadence Corp 3 . . .Choir 4. . .Banquet Comm. 4. College COOK, DANIEL F.-Football 1,2. . .Basketball 1. . . Track 1. . .Wrestling 2. . .Student Council 2,3,4. . .Nom- inating Conv. 2,3. . .Sr. Play 4. . .A.S.B. Play 4. College Council 2,3,4. . .Nominating Conv. 2,3,4. . .Class Coun- cil 3. . .Gavel Club 3. . .Leadership Conference 3,4. . . Pep Club 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .Songleader 4. Work CORLISS, KATHY-Pep Club l,4. . .Girls' League 1. . . C.S.F, 3. . .Girls' Glee 3. . .Bowling Club 4. . .Conces- sion Comm. 4. Jr. College COSBY, 'SHIELA R.-International Club 2,3,4. . .Y-Teens 2 34. . . Nominatin Conv, 2 4. . .Girls' 3, Pres. 1 7 ' 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .Leadership CRAFT, PAUL D.-wrestling College CREMER, . .F.T.A. 3. . .Prom Comm. 4. Nu I .- -' - .. CROW, THOMAS R.-C. , . .Track 2. Miguel 2. . .lnternatlon - -German Grad. Comm. 4. College CROWNINGSHIELD, D 1, Jr. -irr Wrestling 2. . .Key Day Com ' 2, Veep 3,4. . s' League 2,3. . .Honor Aisle 3. ,4. . . Class Council 3. . .Leadership " lectlon Board 4. . .Class Vice-Pres, 4. College DAVIES, ROBERT-College De GROOT, SUSAN J.-F.T.A. 1. . .A..S.B. Play 1,2,3,4 . . .Choir 2. . .Thespians 2,3,4. . .C.S.F. 2,3,4. . .El Cuen- tito 3, Editor 4... Girls' Ensemble 3,4. . .Sr. Play 3,4 . . .Nominating Conv. Comm. 3,4. . .Grad. Comm. 4. . . Pep Club 4. College . DEGURSE, MARGARET A.-Marriage DE HONEY, CLARENCE-Rifle Club 2. . .El Trovador 3,4. Work DIAL, HAROLD-Work DIEDERICH, KATHY L.-Band 1. . .Orchestra 2. . . Journalism 1. . .Y-Teens 2,3,4. . .Bowling Club 2. . . Gavel Club 3. . .Key Comm, 4. J r. College DI MARIA, BENNY-Banquet Comm. 4. Air Force DOCK, JEAN A.-College DOERCK, GAYLORD A.-Key Comm. 4. College DOWNING, LINDA- L.--Girls' League 1. . .Y-Teens 3 . . .Ticket Squad 3. . .Pep Club 4. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. Marriage .E A DUNHAM, .IUDITH A.-Student Council 1,2. . .Glee Club 1. . .Y-Teens 2. . .Thespians 2,3. . .A.S.B. Play 2. . . Class Council 3. . .Announcement Comm. 4. . .Decora- tion Comm. 4. College DUNN, MARCY J.-Orchestra 1. . .Pep Club 1. . .Girls' Glee 2,3. . .Choir 3,4. Work Y DUTELLE, .IACQUELINE-Girls' League 2,3. . .Spanish Club 2. . .Bowling Club 2. . .Play Comm. 4.. . .Publicity Comm, 4.. . .Choir 4. Jr. College DYAS, CAROLYN A.-Pom Pom 4. Marriage EASTON, SANDRA M.-Girls' League 1,2. . .Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. . .Nominating Conv. 1. . .Cadence Corp 2, Lieut. 3,4. . .Spanish Club 2. . .Election Board 4. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. Teacher EDENFIELD, BRUCE C.-Mixed Chorus 1. . .Cross Country 1. . .Tennis 1,2,3,4. . .Choir 2, Veep 3,4. . .Let- terman's Club 3,4. . .Key Club 4. . .Key Comm. Chrm. 4, Baylor University ELMORE, JAMES R.-Track 2,3,4. . .Key Comm. 4. Col- lege EMERY, JAN B.-Electronic Engineer ENOS, DAVID C.-Football 1,2,3,4. . .Track 1,2,3. . .Class Pres. 2. Ir. College ESTEBO, PHILIP-Basketball I,2. . .Baseball 1. . .Tennis 3. . .Bible Club 3,4. Ir. College ESTES, SUE-Y-Teens 1. . .El Cuentito Editor 1. . . Marching Band 1,2. . .Concert Band 1,2. . .Gavel Club 1,3. . .A.S.B. Play 2,4. . .Sr. Play 2,4. . .N.F.L. 2,4. . . Thespians 2,4. . .Procenium Players 2. . .Girlsl League 2,4. . .Photo Club Sec. 3,4. . .C..S.F. 3,4. . .Grad. Comm. 4. College FIELDER, KENNETH B.-Rifle Club 2,3,4. College FINNEY, SHARON L.-Girls' League 1,2,3,4. . .F.T.A. 1,2 . . .Student Council 2. . .Pep Club 2,4. . .Nominating Conv. 2. . .Cape Corp 3, Captain 4...School Service Comm. 3,4. . .Banquet Comm. 4. College FISH, LA NAY-F.H.A. 2. . .Glee Club 2. Airline Host- ess FITZGERALD, KEN-Construct Fords FLEET, WILLIAM D.-F.T.A. 1,2...Mil. Science 2,3,4. Air Force FREEMAN, EILEEN-Class Council 1. . .El Trovador Re- porter 2, Sports Editor 3. Married Life GAPP, RONNIE L.-Basketball 1. . .Track 2. . .Gift Comm. 4. Jr. College GARRIOTT, DALE L.-Football 1,2,3,4,. . .Track 1,2,3. . . Wrestling 2,3,4. Navy GATCH CECIL E.-Y.F.C. 2,3,4. . .Football 2. . .Choir 3,4. . .Band 4. Civil Service Work GATCH, BARNETT W.-Y.F.C. Veep 3, Pres. 4. College GAY, SNADRA L.-Y-Teens 1,2,3. . .Girls' Glee 2,3. . . Cap and Gown Comm, 4. Nurse GEORGE, VIRGINIA A.-Ticket Squad 3. . .Gift Comm. 4. Marriage GIACINTO, ROSEMARIE T.-Chorus 1,2,3. . . Pep Club 4. . .A.S.B. Dance Comm. 4. . .Sr. Play 4. Dental Assis- lan! HALFACRE, SCHERRIE A.-Yfreens 1,2,3,4,. . .Pep Club 2,4. . .Thespians 2,3. . . Election Board 2. . .Nominating Conv. 3. . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. . .Cadence Corp 4 . . .Decoration 4, College HAMPTON, DOREEN ,I.--Cap and Gown Comm. 4... Pep Club 4. Jr. College HANSEN, LEELA R.-Girls' Glee 1. . .Choir 2. Work HARBERT, MARTIN W.-Baseball 1,2,3. . .Basketball 1 . . .Football 1. . .Rii1e Club 1 HARSHMAN, CAROL A.-Girls' League 1,2,3. . .Pep Club 4. . .Grad. Comm, 4. . .F.T.A. 4. College HARTER, JOANNE P.-Y-Teens 1. . .F.T.A. 1,2,3. . . Girls' Glee 3. . .Grad. Comm. 4. College HAWKINS, LEON P.-Student Council 1. . .Spanish Club 2. . .Glee 2. . .Basketball 2. . .Cross Country 3. . .Track 3, 4. . .Ditch Day Comm, 4. Radio Arts HAWKINS, LLOYD G.-Cross Country 1,2. . .Basketball 1,2,3,4. . .Baseball 1. . .Track 2,3. . .Letterman's Club 2,3,4. Colege HAWKINS, MARIORIE S.-Bowling Club 3. . .Bible Club 3. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .A.S.B. Dance Comm. 4. Marriage HAY, ORVILLE E.-Student Council 1. . .Marching Band 1. . .Concert Band 1. . .Football 2. . .Wrestling 2,3,4. . . Track 2,3,4. . .Cross Country 3. . .Leadership Conference 3,4. . .Cheerleader 4. . .Mel Memorias Sports Editor 4 . .Pep Club 4. . .Traffic Safety Council 4. . .C.S.F. 4 . . .Nominating Convention 4. HEITER, THOMAS I.-Football 1,2,3,4. . .Baseball 2... Wrestling 3,4. . .Key Club 4, HENDERSON, SUNNIE L.-F.T.A. 1,4. . .Girls' League 1. . .Marching Band 2,3,4. . .Pep Band 3,4. . .Prom Comm, 4. College HESCH, CAROL T.--Pom Pom 2. . .Class Council 2. Sec- retary HEYER, THOMAS-C.S.F. 3,4. . .Basketball 3,4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Class Council 4. . .Cap and Gown Comm. Chrm. 4. . .Nominating Conv. Comm. 4. . .Student Coun- cil 4. College HILL, ,IANICE S.-Y-Teens 1...Girls' League 1,2... Cadence Corp 2. . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. Marriage HINES, LOU ANNE-Rifle Club 1,2,3,4...Y'Teens 2,3 . . .F.N.A. 2,3. . .Bowling Club 1,2. . .Gavel Club 3. . . Russian Club 4. . .Tennis Club 4. . .Privilege Comm. 4. Nurse HITCHCOCK, RONALD E.-Football 1. . .Cadet Corp 1,3. Marines HOBSON, BETTY L.-Girls' League 2. . .Banquet Comm. 4. College HOFFMAN, MARION J.-A.S.B. Play 1,2,3,4. . .N.F.L. 2,3,4. . .Gavel Club 2,3. . .Thespians 3,4. . .Procenium Players 3. . .Nominating Conv. 4. . .Play Comm, 4. HOLM, CAROL A.-Y-Teens 1,2. . .Class Sec. 1. . .Pep Club 1. . .Cape Corp 3. . .Banderette 3,4. . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. Nurse HOLMES, KATHLEEN P.-Student Council 1...C.S.F. 1,2, Sec. 3,4. . .Nominating Conv, 2. . .Class Council 2 . . .Cadence Corp 3,4. . .Y-Teens 2,3,4. . .Honor Aisle 3 . . . International Club 3,4 . . . Leadership Conf. 3,4 . . . Announcement Comm, 4...Election Board Chrm. 4... A.S.B. Sec. 4. College GOFFENEY, JOE E.-Football 1. . .Track l,2,3,4. . . Cross Country 2,3,4. . .Spanish Club 2. . .Photo Club 3,4 . . .Mil Memorias Staff 3,4. . .Letterman's Club 4. . . C.S.F. 4. College GORDON, HELENE D.-Y-Teens 2,3,4. . .Choir 2,3,4. .. Girls' League 2,3. . .A.S.B. Decoration 3, Dances 4. .. Banquet Comm. 4. College GOWENS, GERI P.-Y-Teens 2. . .F.N.A. 2,3. . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. Work GRAHAM, RAYMOND F.-Boys' Glee 2. . .Choir 3,4. College GREEN, BETTY L.-Student Council 1. . .Girls' League 1 . . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. Nurse GUTHRIE, DON L.-Boys' Glee 2,3. . .Football 3. . .Track 3. Printer HAFDELL, ELEANOR G.-Speech 3,4. . .N.F.L. 4. HAGGARD, THOMAS W.-Student Council 1. . .Nom- inating Conv. 2. . .Pep Club 4. . .Sr. Play 4. . .Publicity Comm. 4. College HOLSCLAW, MARGIE L.-Cape Corp 3,4. . .Prom Comm, 4. . .Nominating Conv. 4. . .Pep Club 4. Work HOLSTINE, GERRY-Baseball 3. Building Contractor HOLSTROM, BONNIE-Student Council 2. . .Y-Teens 3,4. . .Pep Club 4. Marriage HOPKINS, LYNNE E.-Glee 2. . .Student Council 2... Ditch Day Comm. 4. Work HUCKSTEP, JUDY E.-Glee 1,2. . .Y.F.C. Club 2. . . Flag Corp 3,4. . .Key Comm. 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Elec- tion Board 4. . . Girls' League 4. Secretary HUDKINS, CHARLENE R.-Glee 2. . .Y.F.C. Club 2... Choir 3,4...Cadence Corp 3,4...Nominating Conv. 3 . . .Announcement Comm. 4. . .Election Board 4. . .Pep Club 4, Work HULETT, DAVID E.-Track 2,3. . .Cross Country 3... Rifle Club 3. . .Letterman's Club 3,4. . .Key Comm. 4 . . .Spanish Club Pres. 4. . .A.S.B. Decoration Comm. 4. College HUMPHRIES, SHERILYN G.--Girls' League 3...Prom Comm. 4, Beauty College HURLEY, GEORGE-San Diego JC HUSKA, ANDREW P.-C.S.F. 2. College IOTT, CHUCK L.-Football 1,2. . .Track 1. . .Privilege Comm. 4. Air Force IRWIN, CHARLOTTE A.-Y-Teens 1. . .Prom Comm, 4 . . .Pep Club 4. College IRWIN, RICHARD-C.S.F. 1,2,3,4...International Club 2,3,4. . .Election Board 3. . .Pep Club 4. . .Gift Comm. 4. College ISACCS, PATRICIA A.-Marriage JACK, LOURAE-Y-Teens l,4. . .Girls' League 2. . . G.A.A, 3. . .El Troifador Cub Reporter 4. . .Banquet Comm. 4. Jr.College JENNINGS, JUDITH A.-Nominating Conv. 2,3...Key Comm. 4. Marriage JOHN, PATRICIA F.-Girls' League l,2,3,4. . .Nominating Conv, 2,4. . .Y-Teens 2,3,4. . .Election Board 2. . .A.S.B. Publicity Comm. 2,3,4. . .Mil Memorias Staff 4. . .Ditch Day Comm. Sec. 4. . .Class Council 4. College JOHNSON, DENISE A.-Y-Teens 2,3,4...Class Council 3...International Club 3,4...Banquet Comm. 4. Col- lege JOHNSON, RICHARD H.-C.S.F. 2,3,4. . .International Club 3,4. . .Gift Comm. 4. College JOHNSON, SANDRA E.-Ticket Squad 3,4. . .Gavel Club 3. . .A.S.B. Dance Comm. 4. . .Announcement Comm, 4 . . .Pep Club 4. Nurse JOHNSTON, LOXIE L.-Y-Teens 1,2. . .Pep Club 2. . . Cape Corp 2,3. . .Banquet Comm. 4. . .Banderettes 4. . . Nominating Conv. Comm. 4. College JONES, DELMAR--Football 1 KAPSALA, JOAN M.-Y-Teens 1, Pres. 2,3,4. . .F.T.A. l. . .Girlsl League l,2,3. . .Nominating Conv. 1,3,4. . . Student Council 2. . .F.N.A. Veep. 2. . .Mil Memorias Staff 3, Editor 4. . .Grad. Comm. 4. . .Cadence Corp 3 . . .Glee 3. . .A.S.B. Dance Comm, 3. College KENNING, HENRIETTA-Girls' League 1,4. . .C.S.F 2,3,4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Election Board 4. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. College KEPNER, EDWARD L.-Track 1. . .Football 2. . .Base- ball 2,3,4. . .Photo Club Veep 3. . .Cholir 4. . .Play Comm. 4. . .Nominating Conv. Comm. 4. College KILLORN, LESLIE J.-Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. . .F.T.A. 1,4. .. Girls' League 1,2,3. . .Marching Band 2,3,4. . .Concert Band 3,4. . .International Club 3,4. . .Key Comm. Sec. 4. . .Class Council 4. KIRBY, KATHY P.-Student Council 2. . .Nominating Conv. 2. . .Y-Teens 2. . .Leadership Conference 2,3,4. . . Class Treasurer 3. . .Decoration Comm. 3. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .Songleader 4. College KLEPPER, .IANICE K.-Cape Corp 2,3, Lieut.4. . .Elec- tion Board 3. . .Assist. Commissioner of Sales 3, A.S.B. Commissioner of Sales 4. . .Key Comm. 4. . .Chrm. Tick- et Squad 4. KLEPPER, JOE-Boys' Glee 3,4. . .Choir 4. . .Key Comm. 4. KNIGHT, CAROL A.-Y-Teens l,2,Sec. 3,4. . .Cirls' League l,2. . .C.S.F. 2,3,4. . .International Club 3,4. . . Honor Aisle 3. . .Student Council 4. . .Prom Comm. Sec. 4. College KOLPOCOFF, FLORENCE J.-Chorus 1,2,3. . Comm. 2. . .Banquet Comm. 4. KRAWCHAK, MIKE-Football 2... Privilege -Comm. 4 KRIDER, DON P. KRUK, 2,3,4 LACKMAN, ALLAN Comm. 4. . .Discussion Nominating Conv, 4. LANE, JOE E.-College LANEQ ROBERTA Bowling Club 2. . Key Comm. 4. College LANE, SHARON A.-C.S.F. 1, Treas. tional Club 2,3. . .Orchestra 1. . .Marching . . .Choir 2,3,4. . .Mixed Ensemble 2,3. . .Girls' ble 4. . .Girls' League 2, Treas. 3. . .Leadership 2.3.4. . .Nominating Conv., 3A-. . .Honor Aisle 3. . . Banquet Comm. 4...A.S.B, Commissioner of Finance 4. College LEACH, NANCY A.-Pep Club 1,2. . .Girls' League 1,3. . . Y-Teens 1. . .Election Board 3. . .Prom Comm. 4. Ir. College LEFLER, WILLIAM L.--Marching Band 1,2,3. . .Concert Band 1,2,3. . .Nominating Conv, 1. . .Pep Band 2,3. . . Baseball 2,3,4. . .C.S.F. 2,3,4. . .Orchestra 3. . .Key Club 3,4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Publicity Comm. 4. . .Banquet Comm. 4. LESKO, BARBARA-Class Council 1,4. . .Girls' League 1. . .Bowling Club 2. . .Y-Teens 4. . .Grad. Comm.Sec. 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Assist. Business Mgr, El Trovador 4. Marriage LESTER. DONNA-Student Council 1. . .Girls' League 2. . .Y-Teens 3. . .Pep Club 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. LINDSTEN, ERIC J.-Football l,2A,3,4. . .Track 1,2,3,4 ...Letterman's Club 2,3,4. . .Wrestling 4. Jr. College LLOYD, DOROTHY D.-C.S.F. 2. . .F.T.A. 3. College LINNAN, CHARLENE E.-Glee 1,2,3. . .Girls' League 3,4 . . .El Trovador Cartoonist 3, Art Editor 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Grad. Comm. 4. College, LOPEZ, ROBERT-Track 1. ..Baseball 2,3,4. . .Wrestling 3. Jr, College LORD, KATHLEEN-Privilege Comm. 4. . .School Serv- ice 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Cadence Corp 4. . .Spanish Club 4. . .Student Council 4. . .Previous School-Glee 1. Student Council 2,3. . .Songleader 3. . .Cirls' League 3. . .Pep Club 3. . .Basketball Queen 3. . .A.S.B.Sec. 3. College LORENTZ, GILBERT-Marching Band 1,2,3. Navy LORENZ, MARJORIE E.-Pep Club 1. . .Cape Corp 2, Lieut, 3. . .Nominating Conv. 2,3. . .Leadership Conf. 2. . .Class Vice Pres. 3. Marriage LOWE, IEANETTE-Glee 1. . .Class Vice Pres. 2. . .Band Majorette 2,3. . .Leadership Conf. 2,3,4. . .Nominating Conv. 2,3,4. . .A.S.B. Commissioner of Sch. Ser, 3. . . C.S.F. 3. . .Decorations Comm. 3,4. . .Interclub Council . . .Student Council Pres, 4. . .A.S.B. Vice Pres. 4. . . 4. College 4. Work 2,3,4. . . Track ..Basketball 1,2,4 Track 3 Banquet Comm. 4. 1,4. . .Basketball 2,3,4. . .Letterman's .Key Club 4... 4 Honor Aisle 3. . . Alumni 4. .Wrestling 3,4. JEANNE L. . .Privilege Comm. 4. JOYCE K.-C.S.F. .Girls' League 1. . .Y-Teens Class Council 2,4. . Cheerleader 2. . .Cheerleader Conf, 2 . . .Nominating Conv. 3. . 3. . .Ban- quet Comm. Chrm. 4. College MARUSA, MARTHA I. . .Y-Teens 2,4. . .C.S.F. 2. Art Editor' 3, Layout Editor 4. . ing Comm. 3. . .Nominating 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Prom MATHEWSON, ANN W Gown Comm. 4. College MEHLBERGER, MARY E. 2. . .Class Council 2. . ship Conf. 2,3. . .Class Sec. 3. Mil Memorias Staff 3, Sr, Editor 4. . .Homecoming Queen 4. Business College MICKELSON, KAREN-Girls' League 1,2,3. . .Student Council 1,2,3. . .Ticket Squad 1. . .Y-Teens Pres. 1. . . Leadership Conf. l,3. . .Nominating Conf. 1,2,3. . .Drum Majorette 2,3,4. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. . .Choir 1,2,3,4 . . .Girls' Ensemble 4. College F.T.A. 3. . .Pep Council 1 2,3, Sec. 4. .. 2,3,4. . .IV 1,4. . .F.T.A. 3. . .Decorat- Cadence Corp 3. . .Cap and 1. . .Y-Teens 2,3. . .Leader- Conv. 3. . . Day Comm. MILES, SUZIE-Annual Staff 1. . .Class Council 3. . . Nominating Conv. 3. . .Girls' League 4. Work MILLER, CHARLES H.-Automotive Engineer MILLER, KAREN-Girls' League 1. . .Star Reporter Trovador 3. . .Grad. Comm. 4. . .Nominating Conv. Comm. 4. . .Leadership Conf. 3,4. . .Pep Club 4. . . Cheerleader 4. College MILLER, WAYNE E.-Football 1,2,3,4. . .Wrestling 2 . . .Track 3. .lr. College MINER, EUNICE M.-Pep Club 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. -MINNIS, FRANCYS-College MITCHELL, PHILIP L.--Spanish Club 1. . .Chess Club . . .Gift Comm. 4. . .International Club 4. College MITTER, CHARLENE-G.A.A. 1...Bible Club 1,3. MOORE, CHARLES W.-Football 2. . .Track 2. . .Wrest- ling 2,3,4. . .Cross Country 3. Jr. College MORLAN, LARRY-Football 1,2,3,4. . .Baseball 1. . . Wrestling 4. . .Letterman's Club 4. Service MUIR, ELNORA F.-Y.F.C. l,2,3,4. . .Glee 1,3,4. Mar- riage NEIL, LAURA M.-Y-Teens 1,3. . .Girls' League 1. .. Concessions Comm. 3. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. College N MB E.-Band 1,21 . .Track 1,2,3,4 . . .Student Council 1,2,4'. . .Cross Country 3,4. . .Class Council 4. . .Ticket Squad 4. . .Gift Comm. Chrm. . . .C.S.F, Vice Pres. 4. College NEWELL, JAMES R.-Wrestling 1. . .Track 1. NICODEMUS, .IUDITH A.-Y-Teens 1,2. .. . . .Girls' League 3. . .Student Council 3 Conv. 3,4. . .El Trovador Club Staff 4. . .A.S.B. Dance Comm, 4. . Assistant NIEMI, JANICE R.-Girls' dence Corp 2, Lieut. 3 . . .Prom Comm. 4. NISHIFUZI, College NORTON, rt Conce cil 4. NUGENT, NYE, WINONA OAKS, PATRICIA Comm, 2. . .Girls' OFF ILL, MELVYN L.-Air Force W O'GARA, PATRICIA-Choir 1,2,3,4. . .Concert Band 2,3,4 . . .Pep Band 2,3,4. . .F.T.A. 2,3,4. College PALASIK, JUDY A.--Girls' League 2,3,4. . .Pep Club 2,4. . .Cadence Corp 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .Nominating Conv. 4. College PAYNE, RICHARD W.-C.S.F. 1,2,3,4. . .Nominating Conv. 2,3. . .Honor Aisle 3. . .Student Council 3. . .Pep Club Treas. 4. . .Privilege Comm. Chrm. 4. College PEAK, ETHELINDA-Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. . .Student Coun- cil 1. . .Girls' League 2. . .El Trovador Cub Staff 3, Staff 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. Work PEAVEY, CHARLES-Track 1. . .Football 1. Work PERGL, JIM-Football 1. . .Basketball 1. . .Privilege Comm. 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Spanish Club 4. . .Science Club 4. College PETTY, JOHN G.-Calif. Maritime Academy PHILLIPS, SHARON R.-Girls' League 2. . .Publicity Comm. 2, Chrm. 4. . .Tennis Club 3. . .Key Comm. 4 . . .Letterman's Club 4. College PIERCE, JOHN R.-Track 2,3,4. . .Cross Country 3. . . Key Comm. 4. . .Letterman's Club 4. College PIERCE, MARINA J.-Bowling Club 2. . .Nominating Conv, 3. . .Pep Club 4. . .Y-Teens 4. . .Girls' League 4 . . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. College PIUBENI, PAUL-Foootball 1. . .Baseball 1,4. . .Leader- ship Conf. 3. . .Pep Club 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. ,Navy PORTER, BILLIE J.-Girls' League 1,2. . .Bible Club 2,3 . . .Marching Band 3,4. . .Orchestra 3,4. . .El Trovador Photographer 4. College POTTS, l,3,4. . . Tennis 2. POWELL League 1. . .Nominat- . 4- mg PRICE, 1,2. . .Track 2,3,4 .Key Club 3, Sec. .Ditch Day Comm. 4. Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. . . Squad 1. . .Girls' 2,3,4. . .El Trovador Chrm. 4. . .Honor Aisle Council 1,2. . .JV . .Cheerleader 3. . .Publicity Comm. 3,4 4. . .Pep Club 4. Work CAROLYN-C.S.F. 1,2,3,4. . .F.T.A. 1,2, Sec. reas. 4. . .Glee 2. . .Girls' League 2. . .Election 2. . .Announcement Comm. 4. Marriage DONALD G.-College GEORGE SE-Football 1,2. . .Track 1,2,4. . .Stu- Council 1,2. . .Banquet Comm. 4. Jr. College KATHLEEN D.-Spanish Club 1. . .Y-Teens 4. . .Privilege Comm. 4. Jr. College C.-Choir 3,4. . .Prom Comm. 4, Nurse JOHN R.-Football 1,2,3,4. . .Track l,2. . .Base- 1,2. . .Wrestling 2,4. . .Student Council 2,3. . .Nom- ng Conv. 2,3. . .Banquet Comm. 4. Cement Mason STUART D.-Marching Band 2,3,4. . .Concert :l 3,4. . .Orchestra 3. . .Pep Band 4. . .Russian Club 4 lollege RO, LARRY C.-Baseball 1,2,3,4. . .Basketball 1. mer College OLDS, THOMAS-College ll' RHODES, JO-ELLEN-Class Treas, 1. . .Student Council 1. . .Y-Teens 1,3,4. . .Freshmen Princess 1. . .Cheerlead- er 1. . .Girls' League 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Banderetts 4 ...Sch. Ser. 4. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. Jr. College RICHTER, NOLA P.-Y-Teens 1,2. . .Girls' League 1. . . Student Council 2. . .Class Council 2. . .El Trovador Press Bureau Chief 4. College RICHEL, GARY L.-Cross Country 1. . .Basketball 2. Yale University ROBERSON, ROBERT-Basketball 1,2,3,4. College ROBINSON, BRUCE W.-Student Council 1,2. . .Chess Club 4. College ROBINSON, RICHARD J.-Track 2. Service ROCHELLE, BOBBY G.-Track 1,4. . .Wrestling 3,4. .. Baseball 4. Marriage z ROCHELEISCH, PETE-Football 1. . .Baseball 1. . .Bas- ketball 1,2. . .Class Council 1. . .Ditch Day Comm. 4. Work ROMIGUIERE, JACK-Track 1,2,3...Football 1. Wood- working RUBOTTOM, MICHAEL W.-Track l,2,3,4...Wrestling 3,4. . .Honor Aisle 3. . .Letterman's Club 4. Electronical Engineering RUTHERFORD, LINDA J.-Homemaking Club l,2,3. Model School RUTHERFORD, ROGER W.-Basketball 2,3,4. . .Track 2,3,4. College ST. ROMAIN, PATRICIA L.-Y-Teens 1,2. . .Student Council I. Marriage SANDO, AVIS L.-Y-Teens 4. Work SANZA, ANGELO-International Club 4. . .Grad. Comm. 4. University SCHETTIG, CAROL A.-Girls' League 4. . .Grad. Comm. 4. College SCHILLER, MARILYN J.fStudent Council l,4. . .Class Council l. . .Leadership Conf. 1,2,3...Cape Corp 2,3, Lieut. 4. . .Sch. Ser. 2. . .Election Board 2. . .Girls' League 2, Treas. 4. . .Play Comm, Sec. 4. SCHNEIDER, SHARON R.-Decoration Comm. 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. Jr. College SCHOTT, ARTHUR J.-Football I. . .Wrestling 1,2,3,4 ...Letterman's Club 2,3,4. . .Announcement Comm, 4. College SCHWAB, RICHARD B.-Football 1,3,4. . .Track 1,2,3,4 . . .Basketball 3,4. . .Key Club 3, Pres. 4. . .Letterman's Club 3,4. . .A.S.B. Commissioner of Athletics 4. College SCOTT, MARY ANNE-Girls' League 1. . .Nominating Conv. 3,4. . .Cadence Corp 3, Lieut. 4. . .Y-Teens 3,4. . . Election Board 3. . .Leadership Conf. 3. . .Class Council 4. . .Mil Memorias Staff 3,4. College SCOTT, RUSSELL W.-Basketball 1,2,3. .Ir. College SECHRIST, DENNIS--Bowling Club 2,3. . .Announce- ment Comm. 4. Electrical Engineering SEWELL, CARROLL A.-Student 1. . .Y-Teens 1,3. .. Girls' League I. . .G.A.A, 1. . .Election Board 3. Airline Hostess SHACKLETT, JAMES T.-Football 1,2,3,4. . .Basketball 1. . .Baseball 1,2,4. . .Student Council 1,2. . .Nominat- ing Conv. I. . .Leadership Conf. l,4. . .Key Club 3,4. . . Ditch Day Comm. 4. College SHAW, HARVEY J.-Cross Country 1. . .Track 1. . .Band 1. SHEPERSKY, VIRGINIA M.-Cape Corp 2,3, Lieut, 4 . . .Glee 2. . .Nominating Conv. 2. . .Sr. Play 3. . .Assist. Commissioner of Finance 3. . .Leadership Conf. 3,4. .. Student Council 3. . .Class Treas. 4. . .Prom Comm, 4 ...Nominating Conv. Comm. 4. . .Pep Club 4. College SILVERTHORN, BILL E.-Jr. College SIMPSON, TOM-C.C.C. 3,4. . .Pep Club 4, Naval Acad- emy SINGO, MARJORIE M.--G.A.L, 1,2. . .G.A.L. Princess 2 . . .Mil Memorias Circulation Mgr. 4. Teacher SLOCUM, BEVERLY J.-Girls' League 2. . .Y-Teens 2, Pres. 3,4. . .Honor Aisle 3. . .El Trovador Ad Mgr. 3,4 . . .A.S.B. Commissioner of Concessions 4. . .Grad. Comm. Chrm. 4. . .Leadership Conf. 4. . .Election Board 4. . .Class Council 4. . .Homecoming Princess 4. College SMITH, GARY R.-College SMITH, GENEVIEVE L.-Prom Comm. 4. . .Photo Club 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Nominating Conv. 4. Jr. College SMITH, LARRY-Baseball 2,3,4. College SPENCER, RONALD-Football 1,2,3,4. . .Track 1,2,4. . . Wrestling 2.3,4. College SOLKEMA, DONNA L.-Pep Club 1,2,3,4. . .Y-TeensT3,4 . . .Cape Corp 4. . .Prom Comm, 4. College SPEARS, LOYD D.-Football 1,2,3. . .Track I,2,3,4. Agri- cultural School STAMPER, STEPHEN-Football 1,2,3,4. . .Track 1,2,3,4 . . .Letterman's Club 3,4. Jr. College STARMAN, BARBARA-Girls' League Sec. 1,2. Marriage STEELE, PHILIP A.-Track 1,2,3,4...Cross Country 1 . . .Class Council 3. . .Nominating Conv. 3,4. . .Leader- ship Conf. 3,4. . .Wrestling 3,4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Class Pres. 4. College STEIDING, NANCY L.-Cadence Corp 2. . .Pep Club 4 . . .Prom Comm. 4. College STEPEK, COREY W.-Basketball 1. . ,Tennis 2,3,4. .. Gavel Club 3. . .Mil Memorias Staff 3. . .El Trovador Photographer 3,4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Play Comm. 4. Navy STEPHENS, CYRUS W.-Basketball 1,2,4. . .Student Council 1,3. . .Tennis l,2,3. . .Men of Miguel Vice Pres. 2. . .Leadership Conf. 2,3,4. . .Key Club Vice Pres, 3. . . Nominating Conv. 3,4. . .A.S.B. Pres. 4. College STRAZZ, SHARON M.-A.S.B. Play 1. . .C.S.F. 2. . . Cadence Corp 2, Lieut. 3. . .Glee 2. . .Choir 3,4. . . Leadership Conf. 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. .I.Cheerleader 4. STROM, SUE L.-Y-Teens l,2,3. . .Spanish 1,2. . .Student Council l,2...Inter Club Council l,3...A.S.B. Com- missioner of Activities 4. . .Homecoming Princess 4. College STURDYVIN, BRENDA-Student Council 1. . .Y-Teens 1 . . .Nominating Conv. l,4. Married Life SUMMERS, PATRICIA A.-Girls' League 1. . .Nominat- ing Conv. 2. . .Gift Comm. Sec. 4. College SZALEY, SHARON L.-Pep Club 2. . .Spanish Club 3 . . .Tennis Club 4. . .Election Board 4. . .Y-Teens 4. . . Ditch Day Comm. 4, Teacher SZUCH, DAVID E.-Tennis 2. . .International Club 3,4. . . C.S.F. 4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Privilege Comm. 4. . .Cross Country 4. . .A.S.B. Dance Comm, 4. College TAMILA, STEVE T.-Class Council 1. .1Student Council I. . .Football 1,2. . .Baseball 1,2. . .Wrestling 2. . .Track 2. . .Play Comm. 4. . .A.S.B. Play 4. . .Sr. Play 4... Thespians 4, College TAYLOR, .IUDITH M.-Spanish Club 1. . .Girls' Ensem- ble 1. . .Mixed Ensemble 2,3. . .Y-Teens 2. . .Choir 2,3,4 . . .C.S.F. 3. . .Publicity Comm. 4. . .Banquet Comm. Sec. 4. . .Ticket Squad. College TAYLOR, RAYMOND W.-Track 1,2,4. . .Cross Country 3. . .Letterman's Club 3,4, Jr. College TELLES, HELEN-Spanish Cub 2, Treas. 3,4. . .Pep Club 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. College THORNBURGH, PATRICK H.--Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4 . . .Marching Band 2,3,4. . .Track 2,3,4. . .Choir 2,3,4 . . .Concert Band 3,4. . .Pep Band 3,4. . .Mixed Ensem- ble 3. . .Orchestra 3,4. . .Class Council 3. . .Nominating Conv. 3,4. . .Leadership Conf. 3,4. . .A.S.B. Play 4. . . Key Comm, 4. . .International Club Council 4. . .Boys' Quartet 4. College THORNTON, BERT-Football 1,2,3. College TIBERG LYNN .I Girls' Lea ue 2,3,4. . .Bible Club 2,3 . . .Student Council 3. . .Pep Club 4. . .C.S.F. 4. . . Grad. Comm. 4. Pasadena Nazarene College TOLBERT, ANDREA L.-Election Board 1. . .Nominating Conv. 1,2,3. . .Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. . .Student Council 1. . . .IV Cheerleader 2. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .El Trovador Staff 4. Jr. College TRAIL, TOM R:-Foootball 1,2. Mechanic TUVE, PERRY F.-C.S.F, 2,3. . .A.S.B. Play 2,3,4. .. Thespians Pres. 2,3,4. . .Los Maestritoe Treas. 2, Pres. 3,4. . .Sr. Play 3,4. . .N.F.L, 3,4. . .Gavel Club 3. . . Honor Aisle 3. . .El Trovador Feature Editor 4. College UECKER, SHIRLEY J.-Girls' League 1,2,3. . .Y-Teens I,2,3,4. . .Glee 1. . .Cadence Corp 2,3. . .Choir 2,3. . . C.S.F. 2,4. . .Nominating Conv. 3,4. . .Leadership Conf. 3,4. . . Election Board 3,4. . .Honor Aisle 3. . .Class Council 3. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .Songleader 4, College VANLANDINGHAM, HARLEY G.-Photo Club 3,4. VINT, VINTON C.--C.S.F. 3,4. . .Chess Club 4. College VON WILLER, ROBERT F.-Band 1...Track 2,3... Marching Band 2. . .Concert Band 3. . .Football 4. In- dustrial Building WARD, MARTHA A.-Class Council 1,2. . .Student Coun- cil 1. . .JV Cheerleader 2. Marriage WARDELL, CAROLINE E.-C.S.F. 1,2,3, Veep 4...Y- Teens 2,3,4. .j.Class Treas, 2. . .Leadership Conf. 2,3,4 . . .Nominating Conv. 3,4. . .Honor Aisle 3. . .Election Board 3. . .Mil Memorias Staff 4. . .Gift Comm. 4... A.S.B. Commissioner of Sch. .Ser. 4. . .Homecoming Princess 4. College WEBSTER, George E.-Football 1. . .Basketball 1,2,3,4 . . .Baseball 1, Mechanical Engineer WELLS, SANDRA J.-Orchestra 3,4. . . Y-Teens 3. WERNER, SHIRLEY D.-Cadence Corp 2,3. . .Y-Teens 2 . . .Girls' League 3. . .Nominating Conv. 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .C.S.F. 4. . .Pep Club 4. College WEST, RAHBA C.-Y-Teens 1... .Girls League 2,3,4. .. Cape Corp 3, Lieut, 4. . .Prom Comm. 4. . .Class Coun- Cil 4. . .Election Board 4. x-,4. V Y f WESTPHAL, ,IEANNE M.-Girls' League 1. . .Glee 1... Y-Teens 3,4. . .International Club 4. . .Announcement Comm. 4. College WHITE, JOHN J.-college WHITEHURST, MERRILY-Glee 1. . .A.S.B. Play 2,3,4 . . ..Sr. Play 2,3,4. . .Y-Teens 2,3. . .Thespians Sec. 2, Sec, 3, Sec. 4. . .El Trovador Feature Editor 4. . .Pro- cenium Players 3. . .Choir 3,4. . .Mixed Ensemble 3. . . International Club 4. . .Play Comm. Chrm. 4. College WHITAKER, ROBERT A.-Basketball 2. . .Choir 2,3,4 . Ensemble 2,3. . .Orchestra 4. . .Wrestling 4. . .Y.F.C. 3,4. Bible College WILLIAMS, DON-Football 2. . .Track 2,3,4. . .Nominat- ing Conv. 2. . .Cross Country 3. . .Letterman's Club 3,4 . . .Privilege Comm, 4. Navy WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS H.-San Diego State College WIMAN, MICHAEL A.-Jr. College WITTMAN, DALE W.-Y.F.C. 3,4. . .Banquet Comm. 4. College WOOD, RONALD P.-Cross Country 1. Basketball 1. . . Baseball 1,3,4. . .Bowling Club 1,2. Work WYMAN, MICHAEL V.-Football l,4. . .Wrestling 3,4. Work YEATON, BONNIE J.-Y-Teens 1. . .Marching Band 2,3 ...Concert Band 2,3. . .Orchestra 2. Jr. College YOKLEY, RICHARD C.-Gavel Club 3. . .International Club 3, Treas. 4. . .'Photo Club 3,4. . .Cap and Gown Comm. 4. . .Mil, Science 1,2,3,4. College YOST, ALFRED J.-Football 1,3. College. YOUNG, NANCY L.-Girls' League 1,2, Sec. 3. . .Class Council 2,3. . .Nominating Convention 2,3. . .Leadership Conf. 2. . .Tennis Club 3. Ir. College YOUNG, MARY-Student Council I,2,3. . .Girls' League 1,2,3. . .Nominating Conv. 2,3, Married Life ZIMMERMANN, PHILLIS--Nurse rx ,W 2, V lj:-Ho MUSIC Pat O'Gara Sharon Lane LANGUAGE Tom Crow olo honor students loroo PHOTOGRAPHY - ART Sue Estes Bill Amptman K X K PHYSICAL EDUCATION Donald Quiest Caroline Wardell HOMEMAKING Betty Green MATHEMATICS Richard Payne l V i Carolyn Brady ENGLISH-SOCIAL STUDIES SCIENCE Richard Irvin OUTSTANDING "Av STUDENTS Carolyn Brady clzolastic abiliyf iii:f::a.2i?g.ifi' Ambition, hard work, and determination - key words for success that belong to outstanding seniors. These students chosen at the end of their junior year by a skilled faculty are as qualified now as then, and deserve their honored title "outstanding" for their excellent work in specialized fields. The gates to pathways' unexplored in a world of business, science, industry, and fine arts, open to those who approach with the key, and these students possess that key. They possess it not because it is a gift, but be- cause they made it from rare metals - ambition, hard- work, and determination. These students will always be ustandoutsn of 1960. DRAMA-SPEECH INDUSTRIAL ARTS COMMERCIAL Perry Tuve Bruce Cohen Janet Kruk Joan Hoffman Senior Handouts chosen 0 Sefwice to School .lI+1ANIC'l"I'IC LOVVE PIHI, Srl'lflCLE Af Beat Qnoomecl MA RC li KR EYLINC RICIIARD MONICTTE 929, , , 1 ?"'?Ww mcious alzfnlyutes Pnettzeat Smale .ION li NIXHTIN ' a I XRNIIC ' ' Senae of Humor: R-XHICN TXIICQKICISUN .TERRY LEWIS 'hiencllieat .TKUY KIOYTX KLVX RY HONlC'l"l'A CENTER ROW: J. Bookbinder, C. Wardell, R. Johnson, B. Cohen. BACK ROW: A. Lackman, P. Mitchell, R. Irwin, C. Brady. CAP and GOWN-FRONT ROW: Chairman T. Heyer, Secretary R. Christy. CENTER ROW: S. Halfacre, J. Gowens, B. Brust. BACK ROW: A. Mathewson, J. Pierce, Z. Dail, C. Holmes, R, Yokely. BANQUET-FRONT ROW: Chairman J. Martin, Secre- tary J. Taylor. CENTER ROW: D. Johnson, H. Jordon, B. Hobson, S. Strom, L. Jack, B. Carlson, J. Huckstop, S. Lane, F. Kolpacoff, J. Conta, J. Nicodemus. BACK ROW: S. Finney, B. Lefler, J. Ball, J. Austin, G. Radici, D. Cook, J. McFeeley, J. Real, Cv. Monetta. Avia' committee KEY-FRONT ROW: D. Bennett, D. Hulett, Secretary L. Killorn Chairman B. Edenfield, R. Elmore. BACK ROW: G. Doerck, J GIFT-FRONT ROW: Secretary P. Summers, Chairman D. Newcomb. Balsley, -I' Klepper' J' Pierce, H' Thornburg' PRIVILEDGE-FRONT ROW: J. Real, Secretary M. Scott, Chair man D. Payne, L. Jack. BACK ROW: L. Hines, K. Lord, J. Conta J. Rhodes. PROMSFRONT ROW: G. Smith, R. Maki, Secretary C. Knight, Chairman R. Carlson, H. Telles. CENTER ROW K. Kirby, S. Cook, S. Wer ner, S. Uecker, J. White, N Steiding, J. Niemi, L. Collier, S. Humphries. BACK ROW: M. Marusa, F. Palasik, N Leach, J. Conta, K. Hansen M. Holsclaw, S. Cosby, J Parent, J. Cremer. 5 it Zan ac1fz'vz'tz'es in GRADUATION-FRONT ROW: J. Kapsala, Secretary B. Lesko, K. Miller. CENTER ROW: A. Sanza, C. Schettig, C. Harshman, T. Crow. BACK ROW: S. Estes, S. DeGroot, L. Tiberg. E PLAY-FRONT ROW: Chairman M. Whitehurst, Secretary M. Schiller. BACK ROW: M. Bell, D. Cook, E. Kepner, L. Carroll. MQ x 0- J . M i E 5 3 i DITCH DAY-FRONT ROW: H. Kenning, Secretary P. John, Chairman B. Priest, K. Lord. CENTER ROW: M. Curry. D. Barlow, J. Rhodes, L. Neil, J. Shacklett. BACK ROW: L. Hopkins, L. Downing, S. Andrews, S. Bains, S. Easton, M. Mehlberger. ANNOUNCEMENT-FRONT ROW: Secretary J. Kruk, Chairman N. McCas- lin. CENTER ROW: S. Johnson, J. Westphal, K. Holmes, C. Hudkins. BACK ROW: C. Putnam, Z. Dail, D. Balsley, A. Avery, A. Conely. N- ei.: W New ' v,,., ala jeftz'vz'tz'es leave j.Q20US memories Like coming homeg like it,s November 6g like seeing all the old cats flip back for a real blast. Alumni may not he beatniks, but give them timeg the oldest alumnus has only been away from lVlt. Miguel two years. Homecoming kickoff was an afternoon assembly at which the l958 Queen. Sue Pye. appeared along with the five queen candi- dates for this year. Seniors claim it their privilege to select candidates from twelve senior girls who are first selected by experlsf 'namely the football squad. Appropriately, the Matadors were victorious over Crossmont 2l-12. Halftime pageantry was filled with excitement and suspense as queen candidates made their grand entry onto the scene in Austin Healey Chariots. Who became queen is now history recorded on these pages. This chapter of Miguel history closed to the music of the Cay-Niters at the homecoming dance in the gym. Queen Mary Mehlberger and her touit join the speetators in rooting our team on to victory. Sue Strom, Sherry Andrews, Caroline Vllardell, Mary Melllberger, B v Slocum and escotl t inv sl lm the elertrllyin mms of this year's homecoming reign. I I ,.,cf Y .f,ffWamMa m1mwaa:a " i 'x 1 .' H 1 .4 ' Q-, mr, 4 V :LV my ff' 342+ 9 5 K r f 5 1 f .., , 4 1 I , lg V, fy I . ,fy A i V, Y! 3' fx' ab' f 3 AXE ,flair ! JC My of ffl Q ffl 121 1' jf I fvg! WIRIW I 'AJ f if , Il!! 4 ff Lil rj fu .55 , 1, 1' ,,f . r . J Shenuq f 3 ff!! W! M J ff I1 ff' H -1 r-1 1 J v I i 3 fi 2 s A f f, J ff r ,J,:1.v5vITN1mm," ,U .1 ,A W H f L. , Q nderclczssmen WW fn set szghtsjir SClZ0!6lSZZ.C achievemenls Upper underclassmen eagerbf anticzjbat Wise with knowledge and experience gained through their three years of underclassmen life, juniors assiduously lay plans for a fun-filled, unforgettable senior year of spe- cial activities and privileges. Profit-wise, ambitious juniors boosted their treasury by sponsoring three dances, begin- ning the activity season with 4'Autumn Swirl." Signs of spring also brought signs of campaigns, notably an enthusi- astic drive to sell next yearls dues at a sizeable discount. Dues paid in advance ensured juniors that they would be granted privileges and activities never enjoyed by their forerunners At graduation, twenty outstanding juniors formed an aisle of honor through which marched the graduating Class of 1960. GERALD A. DAVIDSON THOMAS GIBSON Advisor Advisor .JOHN J. KLIENFELTER Counselor JUNIOR COUNCIL-FRONT ROW: C. Marshall, P. Sparhawk, J. Bledsoe M. Fournier, D. Bauer. SECOND ROW: L. Cochran, G. Johnson, M, Dail M. Zimmershead, R. Hollenbeck, K. Fousek. BACK ROW: J, Thompson M. Loper. M. Olsen. President John Speckmann tries to get the 'iblamed thing going" as Vice-President Julia Wells, Secretary Alive Budzinski, and Treasurer Sherry Netzley provide moral support. s lclzolastic challenge 0 senioryear P N. lf' WW. . . . I Q b..,fW J .L.V V V V L isiw A V f .4 .1 . A ref A . , ,. ri ' A f A L h , , Y x y - Je' ' .,'.-,"- .A 3' ' if- 5 A i"1 . i 5 f A if 5 vfffff rc f H-- . - ... . . . 1 'E ff- Y 2 fled , iz A - . if Q A 72' fi fl. jx ' nd X Mm- "fk viii-. X . ,w,w,,, iff X Q . - -...df J fs . 'QM . 2 C' Kg Kgs .4 55 Pr' .4 . W Ng . s Q . C. Aab, B. Abbott, R, Acker man, B, Ainsworth, E. Al len, E. Allen, E. Allen, D Allison, K. Amundson. A. Andersen, G. Angell, S. Angus, D. Antell, G. Arnold, M. Asher, F. Avra, S. Axall S. Axtell. K. Bagley, C. Baker, D. Baker, R. Baker, M. Baran- owski, F. Barlow, M. Barrett, D. Bartlett, J. Bass. English Instructor Harold Goss observes Janice Martin, Becky Bepard, Bob lingberg, and Kris Amundson disecting 'that noble thing-the English sentence." V ,,r.. ..,. , . .. A I , Wiz! ii 5' f l ., ' ,, A. . A C mi? M A 1 . ' A I 2 .. ' if ' . ,,, , am i 4 . Q... ,Q ,V , ef- , ,-.., ,. 5, , , 5 Ve . A . . , , ".' ' - ' fi ,Q B . -V 75. A My V, K V A N ' Lyme , ,J Q ii'1 -' X ' . g llllib Wai is .1 .ls ' A- . me . A l .t -af f f ' 2 ,..., 1" . rf' . , 7111.1 . . M jf EM rr W V W US, History students Marjorie Irvine, Doug Kirby, Dick Baker, and Jody Frauenfelder engage in a friendly argument over the location of the first national capital. 5 ,l.i ' B - . , .. . . X Ish! if- f tk as N K CVR: '3 ft A M' 1 ..,, f- . ,,. .Q fs-as ,f . ,I fm- .69 f 2 . 7. I W., 5 ' , why: x gif 1' : pam was w r as , W. . W, , , . r 1' . ' f '. f' af .',', Wfi... ' - ' f,JmQ 1 , " .'-' H i'-' W -Avra,' - W , - ' , ef 1f:f:r A ,,f' w ' f ff' 2"f'!fW ---f?' l:L2"P ' -1 J. Bates, S. Baucom, D. Bauer, V. Bauman, G. Beals, W. Bell, M. Benbow, D. Benedict, S. Benjamin. D. Bergman, C. Bernhard, P. Bilyeaux, B. Bizzell, D. Blan- kenship, C. Blaylock, I. Blecha, J. Bledsoe, P. Boggs. R, Bombard, N. Bordwell, C. Boyle, D. Bracken, B. Braly, A. Brandenburg, D. Brega, V. Brionez, R. Brock. Exchange students rom ar a . gk KQW K . - V E if - .wi ,- r ,,. n -,., S. Brodowski, M. Brown, M. , Brown, P. Brown. , . gli, ,. 1 r.rr 25.515 i .' V Q A . . P. Brown, M. Bryan, W. fi V, 'P' Buckner R. Buczynski. 1? , , ig., 5 7 3 K- ,, ,. ,fggezg ,W , . A. Budzinski, R. Buford, L. Bunderson, IC. Burdick. K iq ' .,:. gp. as ,-E rm ta E it if Q egg -.ig E ,ei , . R, Burns, L. Butler, R. Cady, ,Q J. Caldwell. r , V v.e'1es:e.s ' ' A' ' ' A 19" ZJRA 3 ?kw -.-ffl"-v' 34 , , , , . . sw 1.- -.21 ,. - M. x K 2 , , . ,E a 555 - if-, -an '35 " ' '. , :. .J -We--' er wtf 1--. we 3 'Y . fx Q . e 2f12Qe.fsf.f'fa:f- ge...--Q-i D. Cameron, R. Camp, L. Campbell, D. Cardoza, S. Car- i ,y , - , doza, C. Carlton, 'l'. 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S Q at .K Ex K .I . .... . K K, ., . Y 15?- 1,-H . .fi 5 X 1 is 2 fi' ,iff .. V, , 2. 4 P1 2- ti' Under the American Field Service exchange program Mt. Miguel was honored to welcome to its campus Mutsumi Nishifuji from Kana- zawa, Japan, and Angelo Sanza from Potenza, ltaly. Mutsumi, nicknamed Muchi, has studied ancient Japanese dance, the Japanese tea cere- mony, flower arrangement, piano, and five years of English. She feels that both Japanese and American school systems have their indi- vidual strong and weak points. Her future plans include studying at the University in Japan. America to Muchi is big, beautiful, and colorful. Angelo Sanza has studied Italian, civics, bookkeeping, phys. ed., political econ- omics, geography, religion, commerce, mathe- matics, and four years of English. His interests are international politics and tennis. His future plans are to work in the Italian Government with international relations. Angelo says school studies in America are easier, but the school day is longer. America to Angelo is new and f riendly. 5 m . my it-., 5, 1 'F fh ft , ji P : . as ,.. ,,.,.-5 '-f-we HJ Y'4f , if f'. if . -. . T ci -f 5 ,. . -- wh., iQ 1- i 1 . i, ii. in i, s, i. it 31' New get . KL, r , , t r Hg. - 'iff- if "' 1 . 4,,, S., Q, .f S, 4 -K v 'I' in sf- 55 Riziiywf-5 ??1if,'5T'-3 .3. -1-5553155 if -if t ew f t 4 -A LI S at '53 I , .S -t 7 f Us -Q., ..- t . ,. - , mqgtzi 1 ,., W 'A v 9 ii rm-f -- : -L. 7 - .. . , ni . , ,.,, " fa " 'M ' fi' ' fi- -1.y.,,g E225-5 Q, 1: X - ,, . x ,,- 1 . . . as uf ' , " 'G' ntegmzfe with Ameefican Zz' ing ilMl1f'hll, pursues her artistic interests Ameri- A can style after school. rwggfgw J f' x U .. . , 1 S 2 1 if 3'-fi swf , M iq aw'- W 1. 5 Wm xi 4 ....- ,-1 W 5.- 7 , Hifeiifl I flxsssw . ark, A, , if... K, A f H Y .1 N 3 15 .f V P 35151 , r ggfm l ,mi M Q , . .gf ., - . ,,, f 5' I S 1 i' ,152 55- -fl SES.. 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Mil1S- 15 1 .54 - 1, .i," H 3- . if 5 B f .,.. B B B ': B'?fBilV55fziri,B:Sf?L '10 SQ 7 -:9:':.+.': ' ,, f e ,'f' E'11'.B iff' B' HJ " ' ' ',-" 'W .Q 3' 5 ' ,f i V Z: 'A r 68 onor Aislejhr outgoing mduates Promising scholars from the Class of '61 are selected and given deserved honor. March- ing first with knowledge, then with pride and dignity, outstanding juniors, attired in for- mals and suits and holding gold cords, form the honor aisle during graduation exercises. Through this aisle, seniors in caps and gowns march with pomp and pride. Honor aisle adds a special beauty to the graduation exer- cises each year as the month of June bids farewell to seniors. Q' Q. V if f' I Q 4 -Q-i-Hifi ' fs .. .1 'A A f ' in 5 -5 W 'tt - 5 .' .' . 1- . : .. -- , - ,... k. ' ,, V N i fieskj ' , ,f is g s.. . N' K K Vkfifl.. W ' " - ss. gf , xy, . 135-TP 'er ,V P LHS r I Sis? Gia' il 'HJ : ,grit wi :.. 5 ,, Q l' fl'-JFS? . . .. .V .. . f 'J-Qsgg .- nz ,' Weis. fix, -: ,... .. :4i.s:45,.:f . 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Partain, J. Pasohen, S. Paul, Peak, M. Pearson, C. Pecoraro, Pecoraro. F55 'USD Fl E E? - r gf' ' 2- 'S' -fs IF? F9 ps Del" '-UF! are go :fm :HS FS' Wu? SSE ST- P? J. Peralto, T. Perkins, B. Peters, Petitt, D. Phelps, M. Phillips, Phillips. D. Preece, H. Proppe, H. Purdy, P. Putnam, K. Quin- lan. D. Rank, D, Ray, T. Rea, L. Reames, A. Reeder. M. Reeder, J. Reinhold, K. Reinbold, F. Rella, P. Reme- le. hzbfdyear Matadors act as 16gZ.Sldli07 an .ji ,Y .rf 1 ' r. I f . ,gs PF , '. ' , -'U 5 . S ff ' 1' 5. . 5 5' yr at it Gi, . Q 'Z , :iii fi . . . wi T ,.e'ed, 1 'tt rwy Elf. : 4,5 3 K . ., Li r Wg,-w.fg?:.,.,,f . 1 ..,.t:t,.,,.,, . A 5,7 ... ay. - ff 5 . - -- , 3, fi. tiki, 155' , R , 1 N ., , ,.,, , m H, an -fri' , a W lf' , W 2 " :5 191 ,., mga' - sz X . . ff - . .. .K 2... .. ,ia ,. L ,M . 'A 1 V hun... -ze. ...z . -1- 1 --.num .f 2 , .,...., 'wx V 14,5 V ,,,, f J i .5 'sn ifiii.. . .ff 'E' 1 vt 2 , N 5 A 1 '- 'fkvjf fl ,ix . Y li V Will. rw' 1, Sf? 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While there, all re- f ill 'Y " fh 'tl' d . 7 cene an exciting tour o t e capi a city an are tvf3!"'5ff':, '5 given an opportunity to organize city, county, t,t, ' and state overnments. lVla ors count su er- , . 7 Visors, and a governor are elected, and a state legislature is also organized. Real issues con- . fronting local and state governments are at- tacked, debated, and voted. ' ' J 7 C tif e K "2 l 1 tgt, y .51 -'2 2 B , . 1 'iq m fgiiggzgg , I. ' .'.uf,g'w' .. .,, . itg lr .. tstae .A ,, g . f' .. ., B ttlt f ' 4 4 T iiti ' A. ' . S l 1 . , . jg 4 5 V G at , 'i35j.,, . ,, . , ,,,, ,k,. pg, ,,. f , --.pf .,. ss 'E -' Q X554 fu .a ffix - : , - we 7 . 1 1 . K U-f.--Nw 'VW- . 5 K g ghiri. V ' A - .- ,t .li 'f ' f .A sl sw M J ft a .. 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Thomas, J. Thompson, L. Thompson, D. Thorpe, D, Thorson. P. Titmas, R. Torge, S. Tower, B. Travis, B. Truex, D. Tubbs, R. Tucker, G. Tutterrow, S. Tweed, C. Ulmen. D. Underwood, B. Updike, C. Urbanac, C. Uri, D. Vance, C, Vanlandingham, J. Van0lst, K. VanSickle, R. Varner, L. Vaught. unior Handouts today-leade Those deserving of praise today rise to leadership tomorrow. The goal is success, the title a reward for three years of hard work and determination. Exercising their intellects by close con- tact with books, they have grown healthy in knowledge and skill, assets to a secure future. These students, whether they spe- cialize in business, industry, science, or fine arts, will soon help to turn the wheels of progress in the world. They will always be a credit to the Class of '61. SOCIAL SCIENCE PUBLICATIONS David Benedict, Warren Buckner, Linda Butler Mary Barrett ENGLISH and JOURNALISM Q J : 'lr . xl AX' 'IK f f' -at ', STRAIGHT "A'S', Carole Urbanac, Warren Buckner, Linda Butler, Sheryll Lane Linda Butler, Sue Schwedler, Mike Myers SPEECH and DRAMA LANGUAGES Linda Thompson, Bea Weeks KNEELING: Gary Grant, John Speckmann, Hadley Mills, Ron 72 Cady. SEATED: Katy Luzak, Carole Urbanac, Sandra Benjamin, Linda Butler. 'n science and z'na'ustU tomorrow PHYSICAL E Walter H Sue Ph ,, DUCATION COMMERCIAL VOCATIONAL ARTS almfhey, Dennis Phelps, Robert Nelson. illips Joyce Swinson Not shown: Diane Heckethorn 'Q i ., - ' ART MATH and SCIENCE Bob Daniels, Ruth Tucker Linda Butler, Ken Hedges, Sherry Netzley, Dick Baker BEST ALL AROUND Linda Butler, Carol Urbanac, Warren Buvkner, Sherry Netzley MUSIC Doug Baker, Lois Duea, Mike Asher Not shown: Judy Koopmans it Future scz'entz'sts exhz'bz't affair ll in 1 : fer i ,diff 9 W 1 gf ' api W tl. , 'fs '.1-- 4, '--1.-1..,,g,-A..-51. ,1 ,... 11,1 ' 1 A K 2:11 J ' ' l f' , . V ii 2 Q1 gg Z f W 1 A i f-15217 Q ' 1 ' 1' 1 With the aid of a white rat, Bill Hall captures a first place in the local science fair for his physical science exhihit "ozone as a cure for carbon monoxide poisonfi mmm is . .s11m..11s1- 11 5 ff 1 1-lee, -W l ii 11. 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' , 1- 1 f' v1jl-gf, ASllC, Beaver. f "1l1 .1 - 1 1 i"t 1 A 1 1 S ,W ' i1 5 11 A . J ii? -2 ' '-li. ' A ei 1 5 1 J- Caldwell, M. D6 Benedettl, W 1 .WJ ' 1 ,', -1 1 . . 1 1- A., ,A .1 1 ,, p M J, .- .., " - J. Goodr1rh,N.Cray,C.H1n- . ' jig, ' ' 1 ' 5 y 1 f. T 1 - .. P- "J rlchs J. Hofl, S. Jenkins, L. .15 -1 . - 5 Q , I1 N L . 7-:get . ' 13 ' 1 ' -1 Z1 ,J - .' 15 1 ' King, S. Larson. Sophomores strive or sslwlastic success CLAIRE TREMAINE VELA C-WIN Advisor Counselor Well-initiated into high school life, sophomores spin the wheels of progress, sponsoring numerous activities throughout the year. October began activities for sopho- mores with the sponsorship of a Sno-Cone booth at the Halloween Carnival. An after-game dance with the omin- ous name of uBlack Cat Crawlv capitalized on the fasci- nation of superstition the night of Friday, November 13. Reaching the halfway mark of this intellectual safari, sophomores hunt for further knowledge and activities, reaching milestones long anticipated. SOPHOMORE COUNCIL-FRONT ROW: Donna Cluchey, JoAnn Stadler, Rhonda Anderson, Becky Lord. BACK ROW: Secretary Carol Martin. President Ralph Blunt, Bill Bistlinel. Treasurer Kathleen Johnston, Vice-presr dent Pat Bowers, and Secretary Carol Mar- tin live it up at their favorite soda fountain while waiting for President Ralph Blunt to join them in discussing plans for a future dance. ' .-nam , Packed with more punch, Sojyhies In ahsens-e ol Sophomore President Ralph Blunt, Secretary Sophomore Y-Teen officers Doris Wyman, Carol Carol Martin tries to get a word in edgeuise as Treasurer Brandt and Judy Antell talk over spring social Kathy Johnson and Vive-Presiiln-nt l'at Boilers plot strategy for raising money. Ziff!!! M. Aarup, P. Adams, S. Adams, D. Akers, C. Alexander, D, Andersen, B. Anderson, L. Anderson, B. Anderson, B. Anella. .l. 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A N '2 , 3 is if 9, 3- , S3 s Q rf X 153 Q Z5-15? if JW. 'fs' ' E253 3? 3 3 3 5 9 L L 15 35 S1 .' W W sffiis ,H . .,-- - -f W5 .deaf .3-is 'rs ls 3 3. 3 S 32 rj 3 ,- 9' 2 Q4 33 3 S' xt. 13 V,..,., . a s '2 a .. ig: .,.V 43.533 - Enthusiastic committee members Susie McKee, Janie Hudson, and Barbara Ralston post publicity to promote sophomore spon sored dance. C. fzke well-deser ea' lunch break as .. Noon time calorie intake gives burst of energy to sophomores Marlene Olman, Gwen Kapsala, Wiltfong for afternoon activities. s Lynda Tollison, and Virgil X . E, . in -nm V 4 1, N... pf 25, -..,,.e. V, . A E s 4 W f ,J . 4 ,, -fp., 'FQ' -f .V ' Y ' K V 73 ' 4 .iff 5' ..,'.. A V-4 E W -. . J. A My gm, , ,w.,. . .. . 1 1 4, - 1 +9 '- , W . .. , .1 5- .7 f ' wwf "' W 'U' - . . , 1 . .. f f f.. 5 . 5' ., 1 ....,f. ies- Q -1-'W ' . Y 3 ,., .. 1' -H" ' Vw ' , E Vs. . i . A gg, if k -3' gk K7 K E l.. ' W A 57:35 , in f J - .. A- if t fi B A x ,vw , i . 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Martinez, M. Ma- son. P. Mason, M. Masse, D. Mastny, R. Matters, G. Mav- rinac. H. Melloway, P. Metzger, K. Meyer, E. Meza, J. Miller. .l. Miller, L. Miller, R. Miller, N. Millhouse, K. Mitchell. Whether bookish or 2 ' ,, , is LQ. .r ff' 4? 1153, H, .,., ' N.. .Ir .,,.gf,'s ,. r - Q f . 1, iq., ?'. P ,. :, 51814. 'w w . ' - . . - 1 ,V . ' f .fs2vfQz12-. 1, . .5 f ' - ' ,UQQWS si r - 'ff - HHN - 1 9 - I f 133.21 fp . . Q . .g'f?.,,,, ...wg I--1,... Q:g,f5?f. - I .., , . mmeggsrwgssga. ?,1v..ff.,f?? :.' eff: M fn' 4 -' :gg zz. . 'mug aff . QQ: '- Wi f ' V. V 'if , ' .kr y v. my p ,Hill . :::::' ww, . f " D 5' i - 'S , W f W I , , .fe . LQ' ' . ,K Vffpg ff. 'f :S ijrtf , ' 'K f' f. t 4 111. Q L ...4fi.i'fig1h. mv: . -- V.. Y 4 . ,,,. " . , ,..,.,,. .. H ' - ' - ' vi '1"f..1"."'. ' - .V 'I A' 'i 'ffe.."fns: auf . WSJ 2f'22...:2:...:ie3: is -f -. e r, 1: '- ff.. 1 - 32-'ii " Hel J' . f f Q' ' Y V if , ' 'li f if -wif? . 2 fir. ' M . W 1 Q' '. PH' ' ffzariffifif ' , " r' .. fin 9'513:"f?2? 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O ig-Q W ,g Q r ,git 9' gem? if-tv . X -L VE? , ff - ,j.:,s5t4.5-5:35 a X A li 2 f -,. I ' 62 yi ' V .2 A .. At.. if ii. i ' L 5 .. v W ' 25 1 .q i ir -1: -.iw 'v .. . .. KF' Q x , 4 5 K . .Q ua PE at :Si ff i B6 ' " scar" presents scientwc 5'.,., W ff7 I '1 A A, - 5m,,,V yg,f,g.-is V gwsl . , ff , K w x 16353 ww, qzzvawa it .133 -. LH? ' ' 2 - V dg- ' -- ii i , Q. -ifwsiifiif.5-I'9.m-'. a v ' .Pi is , ,, N , I H ,. i A - v- - 4:13 . G+ az.. ,gf 'Q' fifl ff... - J 2 'K VW ,V . , V! is 'V -35 2 1 xii. 'iii fa ' 4 2 'Wav fsi W rw lit fl ' 1 . -:ij , 3 .L fy k M.. e :Ng '. 1 - . ,Z w r .Q " PM-,iii ,f-it-QEQKFF' 'sf rms if i if 3 E X . . F 'figs ,qv W f. 73+-:"f" ' . ' " K i if is-ffi. ' ' . fi . A' '. ' . W . - - . . il? Hg? far: 134 Y., E. Astle, S. Baker. B. Bates, D, Blust. C. Brandt, D. san. Bush. .,Nm,z K ,Si , V 1 if - En . , if V . . f , f gn, 'S A 1' A i3s?f5?Z?-iq - Q f La 'f 1 . A 4 l-9 ,.,:,.,fQ .. . .W,.. . V . 03.55, A ..,1..,jx .. 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" tliit It " gagged. , W 41. 4' fr-f K ,S E , an ff' l Q 1 Q' r'. . H. Clark, R. Daniells, C. Downing, S. Draper, L. Cale, K. Giebe, W. Grimes, I. Hen- drix, J. Hoffman. S. Javollson, M, Kniffing, M. Kratz, P. Lopez, D. Mvflalve, R. Miles, B. Miller, M. Or- tega, C. Peebies. S. 1-'our-urak, D. Raliinette, C. Rowell, J. Rowin, D. Smith, J. Stadler, I.. Van Norman, l". Willis, M. Young, reshmen embark on inzfellectual Wage MARJORIE DIETRICH FRANKLIN RAMSICY Advisor Advisor Freshmen glow with wonder and enthusiasm as they launch out on a four year expedition. The jungle of complex scheduling, room hunting, and course planning makes travel rough for a time. Winners of the ASB card sales drive, the Freshman Class were rewarded with a swimming party at Carmen Ranch. This Class of 1963 combined busi- ness and pleasure by sponsoring the HSwingin' Sixtiesfi a successful after-game dance featuring the Rhythm Rockers. Effective citizenship was dem- onstrated in eliiciently conducted class elections and a financial appropriation to the International Club. Future plans call for placing a HMN on San Miguel Mountain. VENALEIC FIELD Counselor FRESHMAN COUNCIL-FRONT ROW: Bob Knight, Barney Haggard, Robin Lipscomb, Janice Woods, Mike Cosby, Doug livers, Paul lidell. BACK HOW: Gene Read, Nancy Butterwood, Sharon Camp, Beth Cramoy, Rosy Mills, Jill Lindsy, Mona Barry, Yvonne Dimple. Vice l'resident Barney Haggard and President Mike Cosby waste no time in letting Secretary Robin Lipscomb and Treasurer Janice Woomls know that there is no place for females in politics. . .-:IE .... : kf,,g,,4!..- -1 V. -. 4 . ' C. Ackerman, G. ' Adams, S. Adsit, L. Amis, J. Andersen, C. Antell. -V if uf R11-f. 1. .gg V N s' 3 I - . K. Arnold, H. Ashe, 1 E, Axall, A. Baffone, .5 A . if ' H. Bailey. D. Bains. -f ,.. Y'-,,.,, +3 4, fs" . K if B .. ' D f V. ..., x fl ' E. Baird, C. Baker, Q I A I ' 1 W 5 ' C. Baker, D. Baker, R. or 1 K , 1 1 i . Baker, B. Balsley, A A V fx? V 1 1-.M- Vf - V- - f--' l B q- .E , Q EI Q. , i , A Z5 Q. 9 rg... -V +' "Kipp "A, 2. ,.., . .... . , ' 'V ' if ' 1 . lz i 1 . .. .ff B if ' we L . 5-fy . --A-A 1 ' '-eww r 5 1 Y , A A my ..g H ' K H Wifi... fb y l A , ? sz' Q' '1 ' is .. . .gm mats- . 5 . 'V A wil i vw .,...g -- V, . 1 3, KE .Y .... a ,. V V 3 V!- ma? fi 1- Y-sax 3 R JJ 'uf is it Q A-.fs ,f., . .,,.,.. . . . .. .1125 -V -, . V W. . . . . N K ,,,. .... 3-5' B. Baranowski, B. Bar- V 1 eno, B. Barker, S. Bar- V g . my ker, S. Bartlett, D. fu- Bassham. ww: E' 'lui' . .2 . - ' V. rf. 1 ' - . as B- Becker, G. Beebe, g ' K- ,. . . -Vk- 43.5, r p., -Q.- ,.: Wggfk MV. . N- Benbowr J- Benson' 5 B A 1 t z ff .. M B nson K Ber .Q "- ..-- H W" ' . ' e 1 - g' L .. 'A .. ' V f iN V ' ABOVE: Algebra students Gary Peterson, Trina Cerdes, and Anna Walden probe perplexing problems. BFILOW: Frosli Darcy Cremer and Bruce Smith are encouraged to respect seniority by Carolyn Brady and Dick Svbwab. 2.55 K. . .. ...ez .,..,,1waWfz F mntic reshmen strik. 2 S 5 ... 4 r ' .4fz3.il ' .'liiE'lii. W A 'ii fi 55.55 .V w s. ., . .. V- . 7 ew. V,-wVf.v 1: .V . ' T1 1-, if in . wg - v u .4-1 -as W ' ' .-gl ,,. .V . ,A if , . . an A -, - .. .-V .. . .. 2 -wa . 1 xi fms .-, yo ,ls .,j 1..'w g X6 ' . . 1.135 . gffff lgfii -. f Q mfr, -'..'i ' 1V.g wgPy 3:--. ...ree . - x I -, .1.....1 .- I 1. .1 fi faffnzl 'V V V . Vw A S . 2 f - - V' V ' 2. W fi, L r S. 'K 2 :pf ' if . 3 A 'V -.MJ f i f ' - 'A-fa., ' .-1 ' . . ye ' 95125.-715 ...Vw . f, x -145.-an ry Vw ...M ,. .1 Ji. V Q- A sgggis V r. -sierra ji Y 'Lg me HV' as 3 ez. 1 , ii ...sg if fr ,Y . V A VV.-- ig it 5, V i51h ....fhi fwZws1 - 21, was ..- .. fs.. if HV elf? 'ilxzj 4 1 s 1 sq V 5 N. .if xr . ,.. SA, xfl Vg a,.,,LW I as S 2.49: ng.-Social ,Studies term paper pro- :ct trains Karen Johnson, Mecedes lurillo, and Charles Douscher in re- :arch techniques. Q ,gm i f .. ,R , my in Q gf.-V .- -- 8. ef f ,Q ' . ii Q R Y K N 3 at ra V' W Q .3-,,, ,M , at-1 it sw.. za.. fc t,,..,,.. um M. vw-' ' . ., ,Q L7 : ' ..........f. Q I ...NL Wi ii x 1 S, Berry, R. Bertram, D. Bird, C. Blackburn, M. Blaylock, E. Block. B. Blecha, P. Blount, C. Bobo, D. Boggs, M. Bonaventura, C. Booth. F7255 ww QS 55 cf: F-. 951' UJW oo S2 oo PF F W o S CD 5 o je 575 W '1 nw C F' rs. .2 .g1...dF1. qg V , V1 5, L pf' far rn P V fide. f. fifth JW splendwrous stations .1 .1 ,Q . 1 1.2 :-,,f-,:' L 5 SW K . sg' ,za ' ...Zvi X.. 3 Xp.. .1 . A 1225, kjk jgfifiii 'f....f li. Y. .5 75. 'Na 1, , fx kg, 1, '- 'gay as S H ' me rpg? 1'- . . . .. 33? 'Ii :wg ff ..-.. .l49f'fi-5310 n v .. --f-- .... I 51 -3 Q3 ' -1 : 5 3. W iilli f e 'V si. . -.,,.,,. an yizi f .- ' A ' frzfafr 1' .,'s-" V iew :33aQg,g gg? 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De- Fidelibus, M. De Groot. B. Degurse, M. Dell, D. Denio, D. Dennis, Y. Dimpel. M. Ditto, G. Doddridge, M. Dombrowski, S. Donnelly, R. Douda. P. Dowd, L. Downs, J. Doyle, D. Dubois, V, Ducharme. D. Duncan, K. Duncan, D. Dunn, B. Dwyer, E. Dyresen. 2 gi Multzjyle menu mistwes zrstyea ,if-rf' V . .17 : A i ly "1 .. 1 A jijifg rf. Q 1. .,Af'h,y 1' .1 11191 U ' . . fri: ki 1 ' is .ae Y ' . 1 114552 f .' S1155 f , , D W .vrQ1 F . A 3, i. , - . . -13,52 - 1 , 'V 4 Egg? . was ,Nw 1 .1 MM- ef ' , '1 13195 L .' il "U ' V' . ,- , 121025, ,, , H fr.-1---1.. ,, R J. W ,.,, , 1 1. ww Under the watchful eyes of David Molitor, 'ii ,ary mc-tirulously adjusts lathe in 5.. . i V f K ww Q2 lllf ' I " metal shop. W ff 'Vai wr fw' ' M ., , , 4,T.,., ,,,,,,i... , . K . l r- A n F V lie 1 r -' ' l 5. , fy- iir 1 f P, lidell, J. lidenfield, C. lidens, ' V ' ' 3 RP , C, lila, S. Ellis. S J, ' V '5 ..- , X 3 -K -' " ' ,s 1 V N.. 11 1 ..,1 ,M i "' ""' xffi. 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Gramoy, S. Grane. S. Grant, D. Gray, R. Grigg, D. Gustafson, R. Gustafson. B. Hadzima, C, Hafdell, B. Hag- gard, D. Hale, R. Hallman, L. Halverson, C. Hand, G. Han- na, C. Hansen, W. Hansen. M, Harberson, I. Harden, N. Hardman, G. Harkey, R. Har- riman. J. Harris, L. Hartman, L Hatch, J. Havll, B. Hawkins Not unlike their fellow classmates, Bobby Westover, Doug Buckner, and Danny Boggs meet with difficulty in attempting to familiarize themselves with Mt. Miguel's sprawling campus. - "What could he want with me?" wonders apprehensive Carol Weeks as she reads summons to principal's office. 'Homework, homework, and more homework, When will I ever get used to it?" wonders Tom Langpap as he develops the Fine art of cramming for exams. J. Hayes, E, Hayman, M. Hays, F. Head, E. Heesen, D. Hellemansen, L. Helton, K. Hempel, P. Henderson, C. Hendricks, R. Henning, C. Hensley, D. Hentigan. J. Herman, G. Hernandez, L. Hikel, S. Hildebrand, R. Hill, K. Hoff, G. Holum, S. Hostetler, S. Houseman, L. Howerton, J. Huckstep, P. Huggins, M. Hulbert. V. Huhn, 'A. Humphrey, T. Hurley, C. Iles, G. Inness-Brown, R. Jacobs, P. Jacobson, C. Jader, E. Jaehn, K. James, J. Jensen, B. John, C. Johnson. G. Johnson, K, Johnson, R. Johnson, S. Johnson, E. Jones, J. Jones, R. Jones, B. Joseph, A. Joslyn, B. Jump, S. Kalil, M. Kaneko, D. Keenan. J. Keil, F. Kellenberger, L. Kelley, J. Kemp, J. Kemple, L. Kendel, H. Kent, C. Kerner, E. Kienzle, E. Kienzle, P. Kingsley, T. Kitzmiller, J, Klein. . .. . L . . ,.7g:,.z,,w 5,-K ,- N ga ii... Jfrfsvf , :mi a ani J 2E'w . ., , fd , . , 6, 2, , - mia. .ai V 1 . af a. V . ' C-,af fafaa . ,.., . fa. ,,,. we ' , .... 1. a A . 1,-2, my ,iff , ,a fg- . 51 iii . f S-i'f'?1.1ii7f ig'ffif.ra2r4 1... -f . 33a "" jg . if ,. i . 5. f "q . - o fi -14 Q 15? N ff .f , 1 . .. 123 , V- V 1 1.aih?.a : swf .,,.,. f 2 i ii - 's-12.39 ' i4?zff1'm .H g. ,,, is QM is Acclimation ,bro ide J. Klimper, R. Knaver, B. Knight, D. Kolpacoff, M. Koman, L, Koster, J. Kramer, B. Krell, W. Kuhns, J. Lac- uesta, P. Lane, T. Langpap. L. Lashlee, D. Lawler, T. Leal, B. Leonesio, E. Lesh, C. Lewis, C. Lewis, D. Liddle, J. Lindsey, B. Lippman, R Lipscomb, A, Lisko, B. Lochhead. S. Lochner, L. Long, P. Long, R. Looney, R. Looney, D. Love, J. Love- land, P. Lovsted, S. Lubic, M. Lucus, I, Luick, T. Luitjens, J. Lundquist. P, Luque, J. Lusk, L. Lux, S. Lynch R. Macdonald, A. Machado, M. Makiz J. Marsteller, J. Martenson, R. Mar- tina, W. Martinsen, L, Marusa, F. Mastny. E. Mattei, C. Matthews, R. McAnee, L. McBride, L. McCollister, M. Mc- Crae, D. McDaniel, D. McKenney, T. McKinney, D. McMahon, V. McNeely, J. McNelly, J. Melega. , a a ,raging fn 532: P . 52 f . .K 2- 5: 5. X a me 2 i ,.. , " ' -2 K V ,H , , ., T . f,-V. xg, J .,. .. V W. ' A F .-..-V... ' A ..V - ,...q, ' , -,-43, . .V 1- .4 ,KV-T5 2. Mg V . yu ' 'r f 'V' - " . if ,Q -. I f .-ff ' -If f' js .V " A' VXVV - , ' A Jr 1' A affix. 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" P' V , V2 '- ' r ' 4 ' - - V ' V' 1 w .Q VVVV-V5-fggfg V ,A,,,.V g V - 3- 'W V' V fwa Q ,mv V . V ::p--a1:,- , ' x -A , - 4, V, . K V V - , V - - V 1 '- V ,:1pV:,'f- 1, .f '- -2 ffsf f V ---'Vi-5 ,gg , . . "Sym -1 , W V V -V Aff: - 5 1 J! Va.,-of .VV-Vw. Q . R , " f ' ' 1 k ,g V ,gh '- , M K 'f "gf -.SE - we-W . Fig Q.: V. V.,f ' !wazV .l- ., . V V 3 1 .Vgfgmg A - -W- -V Q . . . , V- VV , V. 5 V f-., . fhffn ABOVE: Berlin family treats Joyce Martin to Slimmer outing Cer- man style. BELOW: Reni Bremen and Joyce Martin exchange opinions concerning the merits of the metric system of measure- IHCIII. S. Menke, Metivier, B. Mil- V ler, J. Miller, M. Miller, R. L Mills, K. Miner, D. Moiimf. CI? Morgan, S. MQFTJS, J. MUSE, . Muir, J. Munn, P, Munyon M. Murillo, L. Murk. R. Nagle, E. Nation, E, Nelson, N. Newcomb, J. Nicholson, J. Nielsen, J. Nisleit, J. Norr. R. Norton, W. Oatken, P, O'- Brien, C. O'Connor, D. Octavo, M. O'Hare, li, Ohlund. E. Orr. J. Ortiz, E. Palladino, R, Pap- ike. J. Parker, L. Parker, M. Patrick, S. Peavey, D. Pech- stein. 3. M zlguel is 0 ersea ln accordance with its international theme, Mount Miguel sent its first exchange student, Joyce Martin, to Germany last summer. Joyce remained in her adopted country all summer, absorbing its culture, customs, and attitudes. An apartment above a bakery was her home, Berlin, controlled by both Russians and Amer- icans, was her city. Joyce was especially inter- ested in visiting Berlin's educational, cultural, recreational, and industrial centers. As an adopt- ed member of the Bremen family, Joyce par- ticipated fully-in the Bremenis summer activities and plans. Returning home with movies, snap- shots, souvenirs, and newly acquired knowledge, Joyce was well prepared to familiarize her fel- low citizens with Germany - thus fulfilling the main objective of the American Field Service, the non-profit, sponsoring organization behind the exchange student program. "Z-3 'figs' f'NL31S"'f 3 ef, P ,Ly , ,, ' . 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QQ - K jggg y i , .,,sr,,k,,,i, . k.,,,1g.,1,?,g,.5f,,f A , ig presentatz' e aa' ances orla' j9'z'ena'shz,19 Frau Bremen, Joyce Martin's Berlin Mother," personifies the American con- eept of the typical German mother. . .rrz P . Qslglfw 9 ' ga 'Q QM. . ,, ,- .,,.,..., -- sm?-.1....H Kgs ss.. . twig? iff .. . wil? ' f i' f W9 rrrr . 116 EL .rv , J -ff X -'Q ,X 9 Y "' K ff E11 E 1, 335. 214. 1 : . . ... --.. e . M..-,af--1-':. . 1 .k-...x -. ,- :a:....: - - .. LQ? 5 His. W ' " 5-1 Q ' ..' 'E . '.iiaaEfEQ. -.,' . ' 3, .ms- 27156152 f-wifes' . Y ,fi 'ii' 3 K X S J Q if Q. -- ff? ,, ..,, K. M .2 . 'QM ef. - ,3. -aww NS Q3 . .f f 2:- ,.,. , .L ex E Q' .. gif I -l 4-K Q e -sm 2 Q Q .3 3 . .5 1:51 42,4 ff A. X K1 f 'Z ' Q -.2 - ..,,:: 6. :Y 3, ' J, Peek, J. Pergl, S. P ersa ll. D. Peters, G. Peterson, G. Peterson. S. Petit, F. Pezdek, C. Phillips. H. Phillips, cj Piekunka, V, Pinterich. L..Piraino, R. Pledger, D. Porter. J. Potter, B. Poulson, G. Prida, B. Plnpgh, S. Putman, S. Quirk, C. Raus- c er. G. Read, L. Reagan, M. Redwine, A. Rehherger, T. Reid, T. Rhodes, V. Rhodes. P. Ricketts, P, Riddels, G. Ridge, B. Riggs, F. Ring, T. Ripley, H. Ritchie. D. Robbins, .l. Robinson, C. Rogers, R. Rose, D. Roth, J. Rowe, D. Sage. M. Sanchez, C. Sands, R. Schaefer, E. Sc-hettig, H, Schmidt, E. Schmitter, D. Sehnelzer. On a crisp November afternoon, 18 outstanding Jun- iors with throbbing hearts and high hopes entered con- ference room A for a momentous interview. Only four would qualify for the honor of being selected as candi- dates for the 1960-1961 exchange student program. Miguel's second year of participation in this program contributes in a small, but impbrtant way, to world peace and unity. Chosen as candidates by a local committee were Sherry Netzley, Mary Barrett, Mike Myers, and Karen McKinney. Final selection of two rests with the New York ollice of the American Field Service, sponsor- ing organization. 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Mike Myers. amd Karen fN'icKinm-y speculate ahout the prospective rleslinutions that await Nliguelis ambassadors ol goodwill next summer. ea'ag0gz'ca 1 4 1 f 2- im Q, ww I: 521553 1 e S2425 35553-E SKMF2 uieles lead eerebml development z'strz'c1f trustees plan school benmfs BOARD OF TRUSTICIZS: Portia Goode, elerkg Clarence Foster, president: Rexford Hall: Palmer Svalstadg Robert Rrowng Zandra Fitch, Secretary to the Superintendent. LEWIS I". SMITH Superintendent This trusty board of highstanding leaders from various walks of life give generously of their time and wisdom, mak- ing the five district high school policies and planning ahead for continued growth. Various other rcsponsilnilities include continually improving the educational program and school facilities. Credit is due the Board of Trustees for making the Grossmont District an outstanding one-one which enjoys respect and admiration throughout the state for its competent administration, highly qualified teachers, and well-informed students. HAROLD C. HUGHES Associate Superintendent 100 JOHN T. WARBURTON Assistant Superintendent Aa'mz'nz'5Zmt0rs mise standards hzlgh Top in responsibility, top in diplomacy, firmness, kind- ness, and other virtues necessary is the man with the high position of principal. He leads the assault on Miguel's prob- lems flanked by the faculty and all other groups under his direction. Through his time, energy, and effort he makes a great success of his energetic influence, namely Mount Miguel. lt takes more than the old familiar word, Acknowl- edgef' to get ahead, ambition and drive make the road to the top rewarding. Glance at a great man and helll give you a smile in return. VIRGIL li. DUEA Vice Principal 101 at R M ICLYIN C. GRANT Principal Administrator of discipline and student guidance, the vice-principal tangles with student behavior through under- standing conferences. Whenever a student is in trouble or just looking for a friendly chat about school problems, the vice-principal is a superior man to see. He gives aid and comfort to the dangling thoughts of unsure students about campus life. As a promoter of good school behavior and cohesiveness within the student body, the vice-principal is more than deserving of the thanks given by Miguel's stu- dents. EMILY HOGAN .lACQUl':l.,lNlf BAl.,l,ANTYNl'l Sevretary to Receptionist Administration ANNE MESSER MARJORIIC GARRISON C0l1I1S6lirlg Counseling Clerk Secretary Ham'-working sta Sweet and rhythmic is the musical harmony of Miguel's secretarial staff at work. The scratch of a pencil, the ring of a phone, the Click of a type- writer, and the whirl of a mimeograph or adding machine blend in symphonic unison. Only an oc- casional cofTee break interrupts these sounds. Busi- ness-like poise and personal qualities of ability and neatness are found behind the counters and desks of Mount Miguelis offices. RUBY BOCLE Mll..lJRl'lD BERG BERNICE HEYENCA VIVIAN OWEN Dllltliwling Clfbfk Attendance Clerk ASB Bookkeeper Registrar 102 661195 top -notch records No hash in this assortment of vital personal. Serving dishes of domestic appeal and exotic elegance to please young tastehuds is the main job of the Culinary Depart- ment . . . Learning the why's and how's of' safe driving are some of the situations mastered by the Driver Train- ing Classes . . . The keeper of books, Jeanette Rambatt and Mary Howard are always around to help the long- suflering student who is looking for the latest edition of a book that went out two weeks ago. Mixed up book- shelves and overdue books are librarians, headaches . . . Binding up the wounded from great and small casualties at Miguel is the nurse,s main, job. Guardian of student health is t'he lady in white, Isabelle McCrae, who wields a tell-tale thermometer . . . Job opportunities and work experience are handled by Dean Chester Hoberg. The "learning by doing" program is a practical one for prac- tical living. CAFETERIA STAFF: Celia Thibault, Ava Diederich, Dolly Hayden, Dorothy Hedges, Ruth Doan, Eva Martin, Fern Amadon, Mattie Smith. DRIVER TRAINING: Raymond Murphy, Raymond Hirsch. lsophomore at wheel not on payrolll. , , X 5 35 , MARY HOWARD JEANETTE RAMBATT Book Clerk Librarian ISABELLE McCRAFI CHESTER HOBERC Nurse Dean 103 mmaculate campus-thezr trademark CUSTODIANS-FRONT ROW: George Shugars, Lee West, Woody Mc-Dowell, Ira Heins, Mel Cavalier. BACK BOW: George Roder, John Hardwood, Wade Thomas, Bill Melton, Nunson Burke, George Munzinger. WOODY Mr-DOWICLI, 8 GEORGE HUDICR Head Custodian-Night Watchman The custodians, led by Woody McDowell, are important men around campus. Many long hours are spent by these men to please Miguel with immaculate buildings, Broken chairs, cracked windows, and a variety of other jobs are some of the responsibilities of these hard workers. Thanks and appreciation should be given to this group for doing such a fine job. Beautiful lawns and shrubs distinctly mark the Work of the grounds' crew. Led by NSmitty', Smith, these hard workers keep the school grounds pleasant and lushly green. One of their toughest jobs is picking up after the litterbugs that roam Miguclis campus. All should be grate- ful to these men for doing such a fine job. OLIVER SMITH Head Groundsrnan GROUNDSMICN: Andy Watts, Olin-r Smith, Floyd Barnett, Floyd Hed e ' i Lizferaqz gets prominent attention at MM 5'W"f?' .I. HAROLD COSS Department Head ENGLISH DEPARTMIQNT-SEATED: Ann von der Meliden, Ann Alderson. STANDING: Lowell Plinke, Clayton Davies, J. Harold Coss, Ellen Hall, ljatrieia Bender. Professors of English are diligently trying to in- still into unsuspecting heads of Miguel students the capacity for speaking English Huently and appreci- ating great literature. Through hoth English and American literature, correct grammar, and an un- derstanding of poetry, this is achieved. This de- partment is dedicated to producing thinkers, writers, and speakers in a world geared high for mass communication. ENGLISH Dlil'AR'I'MICN'I'-FRONT ROW: Robert Sanders, Dorothea Ander- son, Jean Temp. BACK ROW: Richard Brown, Claire Tremaine, Marjorie Dietrich, June Mott. NOT SHOWN: Eugenia Sutton. 105 DONALD TARR Department Head ENGLISH SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT-STANDING: Marjorie Dietrich, Pat- ricia Bender, Cherye Harley. SEATED: Claire Trcmaine, Cessna Lambert. NOT SHOWN: Ona Elliott, Eugenia Sutton. ntemational theme, background ji Combining Social Studies with English in ninth grade provides opportunities to develop commun- icative skills related to socially significant prob- lems. This two-hour class is designed not so much to teach the art of finding the right boy friend as to give insight into how to be respon- sible, literate citizens. Research tools are sharp- ened in the search for historical and current data relating to everything from local government to survival in an atomic age. A favorite side trip into the world of adventure is the reading of Kon Tiki. Writing. reading, and discussing lead freshmen to adjusting to high school society and adult citizenship for preservation of democ- racy. ENGLISH SOCIAL STUDIES-STANDING: Donald Tarr, ,Iohn Kennedy, Richard Penberthy, Clayton Davies. SEATED: Dorothea Anderson, ,Iean Temp. 'IO6 F0992 .CHQ39 . SETH CARPENTER Department Head SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT-SEATICD: Seth Carpenter, Ona Elliott. STANDING: Willis Austin, Thomas Gibson, Craig Warmer, Robert Brady. NOT SHOWN: Ben Duea. uminz' emus studzes As the wheels of progress turn through the cen- turies, with great men's words and aetions echoing through history, we know the men of the past and likewise will the future generations know us. World Culture. IIS. Historyi Civics, and Social Problems are Courses tailored to give glimpses of the past, and an insight into the future. Miguel ollers training toward fluency in the spoken and written languages of Spain. Germany. and llussia. Noir is the grandad of all languages. Latin. a dead language at Mount Miguel. Foreign languages are of vital importance in foreign relations and trade. As an asset in world relations. ability to meet and talk on common - Ei to E 1 LANGUAGE DEPARTMICNT-SEAFl'ED: Madge Mt-Rae, Edward Villarreal, Ann Alder- son. STANDING: Seth Carpenter, Gerald Newall, Robert Conger. IO7 ground in a common tongue is of incalculable value. Over 3527? of Miguelis cosmopolitans were enrolled in the 26 foreign language classes. EDWARD VILLA RREA l, Department Head rt courses break way Z0 ollylborzfunzty si -5 j. 35331 ROBI' RT SANDERS Speech Drama Department Tournaments and entertainment are the main fea- tures of the Speech and Drama Department. One- act plays and Pantomimes are very popular with the students in this department. Various groups give hours of enjoyment to students of Miguel by presenting plays during the year. Scholarships are earned by outstanding students, and awards are given for special performances in speech and drama. LARRY CHRISTIANSON Department Head Through instruments and voices the Music Depart- ment llourishes in celestial sounds of music. This department includes the Orchestra, Concert and Ylarehing Rands, Choir, and Girls' and Boys, Glee. Participation in stiff competition with other schools is a pastime in which our music' makers often achieve top awards and proud recognition. School pride ahounds high wherever and whenever mem- bers of this department display talents and stir music appreciation. MUSIC DICPARTMENT: Larry Christiansen, Robert Boucher HOMFMAKING DEPARTMENT: Betty Womarwk, Genevieve Ruef, 'IO Bl'lTTY WOMALK Department Head The Homemaking Department is designed to pro- duce com Jetent homemakers who will bri hten l S the lives of the future. The future homemakers of Miguelget ample opportunities in courses offered b this de iartment to Jractice their intended ro- Y l l P fession before taking the final step. Experience is iven in child fYllld3.IlC9, food, housinv, ersonal g za U P living, and grooming. R l'IN.l AMIN KI RULE Department Head ART Dl'lPAR'l'Ml'lNT: Benjamin Kiegle, Marylyn Turner, Lowell H. Plinke. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT-Edward Dunn, John Ferguson, Joseph Hansen, John Owens. Variety in a world of color and form, the Art Department offers work in the fields of design. crafts, art and photography. Here in an atmosphere of free imagination, students paint in water color or poster paint, sketch in pencil or ink, work on commercial art, create original designs for anything from dress material to mosaic tile. Camera bugs develop an artistic eye in photography classes . . . The three Rls of the Commercial Department are refiling, re- typing and rewriting. Dictation, filing, and duplicating practice are integral parts of this dcpartment's instructional program. Students are also taught bookkeeping. shorthand, and ollice prac- tice. techniques which prove the husiness field to be one of variety . . . Prospective industrial experts trained in the Industrial Arts Department venture into a field full of specialization in this area. Practical knowledge and a feeling of fulfillment meet students as they attain goals in industrial practice. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT-STANDING: William Ketler, Martha Morris John Stuhlms, SRATED: Phyllis Skidmore. NOT SHOWN: George Benson. JOHN STUBBS Department Head 1 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Clifford Phillips, William Carden, Frank Ramsey, Wil- liam Pirie. NOT SHOWN: Charles Mosse, Richard McMinn, Halbert Crow. WILLIAM CARD EN Department Head Makz'ngfuture scz'en1fz'sts is their aim Miguel's active Science Department offers many challenging courses. Biology, chemistry, and physics are among the most demanding and, therefore, the most rewarding classes of- fered here. ln health education and driver education, stu- dents learn to adjust to every day life. During the annual Science Fair at Balboa Park, students display their ideas in exhibits where they are viewed by many . . . Dedicated to the proposition that all high school students should learn math, members of the Math Department faithfully bestow algebra, geometry, and trigonometry assignments, accom- panied by the reminder of the importance of math. Math is valuable, students agree, but it often requires the painful process of thinking. "auf MATH DEPARTMENT--STANDING: Walter Linaweaver, Clayton Davies, Donald Bellairs, SICATFD: Elmer Walker. 0 MATH DEPARTMENT-STANDING: Charles Mosse, Hayes Luna, Gerald Davidson, Clifford Phillips. SFATFD: Benjamin Maxon, Frank Cross. NOT SHOWN: Frank Ramsey, Harry Johnston. FRA NK CROSS Department Head JEANNE WILLIAMS JANE TRUDE Girls' P,IC, Department Head Attendant Neat red shorts, white blouses, and polished tennis shoes dis- tinguish MM's diversified girls, lJhysical Education Department. If you donit care for gymnastics, try archery, or modern dance gor tennis-or even fencing. Sportsmanship results from any of the modern activities offered. Boys, Physical Education, no less diversified, keeps the gymnasium, track. football field, handball and tennis courts, and acres of ball ground populated with sports- men six periods a day. This may sound like all play and no work. Not so. lt only seems so since all 2245 anatomies enrolled at MM are required by State law to have one hour of physical education training each day. Result-a well balanced school day. GIRLS' l,.l'l. lllfll.-Kli'llXll'lNTfl'lRONT ROWVZ lane Tlillilf' al' lene Starky. Mllllll.E ROVV: Cessna Lambert, Agnes King BACK ROW: Dorothy Finney, Jeanne Williams. mf-We RO Q l'.E. Dl'll'AR'l'MENT-STANDING: Chester Hwberg. Harold Crow. Ceorge Henson, TOP ROVV: Sl lit Teater. Richard Ridgeway. BO'l"l'0lXl ROW: B 'n ljfallil. Walter Cvlirke. NOT Sll0W4N: Williani Car- ren Laurence flhristianson, Harry lolinston, Richard Mcblinn. lfred lflliotl. l l l '5 'l'HOlNIAS WELBAUM Department Head qw W 5 fs B 1 X X 41,552.1 .5 ,gif A4 Wsxxfx X P S wfk cj 5""'Y fx Q bfi! qxgag 9 sf QM A K-wi is fem .85?v?'5-Q ,Maj 2-15352 f , ,MMLQYE A .3 Sf W A if v , ? Z ghd mf.-R F F rganzzations i buila' umzfy among campus members 'fif weAvfmvmma.ewafsraw.rwwt.fe-f .few ef 1 ifxwwwwwzf- f-:ww vain 'V - -New my .1 H , ,f . ,..,.Q1t-fe--,w,,m,.yrwt2,.mf , -f-,g,,1-.13 --fm,g.f.e-am,1,,weta,:nv ft,2.2tuseetmweze,eq-4e.x,r-t,,a,tMgQ,s,-,r1.v.ey..,,, Z Associatea' Student od Government of the students, by the students, for the students is assured at Mount Miguel by the democratic pattern U.S. style. School government co-ordinates the many student activities under the leadership of annually elected ollicers and commissioners. Every year is election year at Mount Miguel. Political competi- tion runs high during Nspring feverw season complete with campaign and nomin- ating pageantry. Legislative action results from council meetings where repre- sentatives practice the art of voicing free speech. Social calendar includes the many dances and assemblies and the Halloween Carnival. Supreme Court deci- sions may sometimes be handed down by Advisor Robert Brady, who oversees the administration of student affairs. WAYNE STEPHENS ASB President JEANETTE LOWE KATHY HOLMES ASB Vice President ASB Secretary STUDENT COUNCILfFRONT ROW: I. Lowe, B. Snyder, F. Setchell, R. Maki, D. Newcomb, T. Heyer, R. Christy, M. Doyle, L. Nystedt, K. McKinney, M. Schiller, J. Cowan, C. Knight. CBNTICR BOW: L. Van Norman, K. Holmes, B. Carlson, S. Lane, S. Phillips, S. Brodowski, B. Stadler, J. Bledsoe, D. Valentine, D. Windsor, S. Wallace, D. McCabe, M. Dratz, C. Jader, J. Booth, J. Swinson, T. Epperson. BACK ROW: E. Norton, J. Martenson, S. Pike, S. Thomas, M. Bates, N. Millhouse, L. Vasquez, S. Young, S. Cook, J. Watmore, D. Loop, C. Whilldin, S. Stevens, J. Balsley, S. Gregory, J. Spears. E 5 E i 5 5 f ! 5 G i 3 aj?guam's against ajfscraszkz SHARON LANE SUE STROM Commissioner of Activities DICK SCHWAB Commissioner of Athletics Commissioner of Finance JANICE KLEPPER Commissioner of Sales RICHARD MAKI Commissioner of Records and Alumni We . ,H me :gun 1 ,.1. gli? 'W 1 K Student government members work hard to keep A.S.B. functions running smoothly. CAROLINE WARDELL Commissioner of School Service BARBARA CARLSON Commissioner of Publicity BEV SLOCUM Commissioner of Confessions -..mt-f-M f' U' 1 : 'S ' .. 3 :' Z X ,ness if Q oteworthy music makers ada' to campus ,mestzlge .it-11.112gr. , y i. 15 -V . ,,s, . . . . -,s,,ssf1L ,, A ff ,,.,.. ' Q' " , i , 4 f - .. fa. 2 ' A' F 3 at ,sf BOB WHITAKBR KAREN MICKELSICN M. WHITEHUBST DUANIC BENNICTT ROBERT BOUCHICR President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Advisor CHOIR-FRONT ROW: R. Graham, A. Howarth, J. Hudson, E. Montijo, P. Lindsey, P. Haynes, L, Heycr, M. Grimaldi, C. Hudkins, J. OlDell, J. Taylor. SECOND BOW: D. Wyman, S. Cearhart, L. Bartlett, D. Rolminette, M. Hein, C. Wright, M. Becker, S, Pike, C. Burk, M. Bell, M. Clapham, K. Morse. THIRD ROW: M. Dunn, J. Hurdle, S. Weimer, P. Sparhawk, S. Strazz, C, Wagor, B. Holsclaw, J. Dutelle, M. Smith. S. Ditto, S. Haswell, M. Smith, B. Ralston. FOURTH ROW: P. O'Gara, M. Mickleson, M. McCray, M. Asher, P. Meyer, S. Donnelly, J. Mills, L. Young, R, Mouillesseaux, V. Seal, B. Edinfield, L. Thompson, P. Bennett, J. Wloodrow. BACK ROW: E. Kepner, li. Catch, R. Hollenhevk, H. Thornhurgh, T. Cook, D. Benedict, P, ,Sam- pier, W. Gatck, R. Varner, D. Wagle, R, Goodwin, J. Lisko, D. Bennett, R. Graham, B. Whitaker, J. Klepper. Celestial tones of music emanate from the 66 voices robed in hlue and white voices especially selected and trained hy Robert Boucher yielding sounds of beauty, strength. and inspiration. Active, too. are these songsters in the art of raising money from randy sales for financ- ing trips which help carry the voice of Miguel to aud- iences away from home. Such appearances gain high appraisal and respect from all who witness their musical appeal. GIRLS' l'lNSlCMBl.l'lfl7BONT ROVV: P. Long, D. Maynard, N. Hardman, J, Stewart. ClCN'l'lCR BOVV: C. M:-Cullougrh. K. Morse, S. Lane, S. Ditto, C, Winrlsor. BACK ROW: P. Bennett, J. Edin- lield, A. Scott, J. Raton, R. Gale, S. DeCr00t. ORClTl'iSTRAfl'iIRST ROW: liurglensen, hf. Blevins. J. Mclloe, D. Delfidelibus, ll. l,orter. IJ. Iillis. Koopinons. FIQCONIJ ROVV: J, llooth. J. Bryant, M. Ueflroot, K. lirokow. ll. Latulippe, C, Craig, M. Humphries, S. Lane. K. Ryder. ll. Baker. fi, l':-4-f-ormo. N. Stumbaugih. li. I'ec'r'ororo, C, Booth, D. Foster. BACK ROWY C. lfdens, ll, lleerl, C. Cobb, VV. Myers. A. lfoye. W. Carnie, l.. lluea, ff. Laws, ll, Bartlett, 5. Henderson, P. O'Cara, M. O,Connor, U. Sell. NOT SHOWN: C, llernandaez, K. Meyers. T. l'it1QlI'SlLiIl. Grand tones of music ring joyously through the highly prized instruments of the Concert Band made up of selected members from the Marching Band. lt, gave memorable performances at the HPops Concertf, the Spring Festivals, and at its big Spring Concert at Hoover in April. The Orchestra was far and away the best Miguel has had, and received highest rating at the District Festival. Fabulous performances by the Orchestra and Concert Band were rewards for many hours of time and effort. Another active and very successful year was accomplished by the instrumental music department. CONCERT BANDAFIRST ROW: M. Humphries, C. Craig, D, Latulippe, E. Montijo, Lane. SECOND ROVV: M. Hoberg, K. Gardner. J, Martenson, U. Noor, D. Baker, N. Stumbaugh, G. Withem, C. Hunter, F. Norton. THIRD ROW: L. Selvig. T. Lange. G. Wigdohl, A. Foye, W. Carnie, J. Lusk, H, Mills, B. Lefler, L. McC0lla, B. Peters. W. Myers. C. Rdens, O. Cobb. U. Reed. R. Vfhitmus. FOURTH ROVV: C. Laws. ll. Bartlett, S. Henderson, P, O'Oara, M. Luzak, L, Reames, L. Norr. BACK ROYV: B. Szuch. H. Thornhurgh. T. Ifngglestad, l.. Duea. K. Amunrlson. J. Easton, M. Duddly, D. Nicholson, lf, Catch. NOT SHOWN: L. Killorn,B. Xx'Tllil1l"I1S.B.ZlllJE1l1fIl1. B. Carnie. af' 9 " 'Wm M CAP builds youth for tomorrow The Civil Air Patrol is an elective for those with TOM SIMPSON interest in military service for career or commission. The Major cadets are instructed in military maneuvers, engage in BILL FUil'l'l' competition with other schools. and participate in con- Captain ferenees and camp programs. The cadets also present the color guard at assemblies and various other school activities. Dedicated to the service of the school, the Civil Air Patrol maintains order at football and basket- ball games. ,E RICHARD YOKICLY DENNIS SEQIIIRISI' CHARLES MOSSI' Lieutenant Lieutenant AdViSOI' l 4 COLOR flllklillz Dick f'anipIu'lI. l.arry l,lllIT1ll14'l'. 'Xls-rrill Zlll1lIlt'l'Sl1t'2lP. lfrim- lfulton. .zammam ,.dwwwaa . r.e,axoM,,,,.1am,.,,,.,,,,,w:nnun:wma. vf-,f if k. , .., W-W. WW W. , ,ie aa., at-we-t M w,,mf,Q.:zmw:.,.u. , V 1, ,M f,.w.,f , 114. Mags C. S. F, FBQNT BOWi I-Iolmherg, I. FrauenIelder.,S. Lane, C. Wardell, S. Lane, L. Tiberg, S. Uef-kcr, J. Kruk, H. Kenning, N. Mrflaslin, B- BTUSL J- I'1aSf0I1- R. Lhflsw- C-Bf3dY,AdViS0TS E. Hall and A.von der Mehdcn,M. Irvine, A. Budzindki, B. Lord, N. Crubb, P. Collins, Deflroot, C- .IOITHSOFL C- BQYIC, P. Schnell, .I. Martin, S. Netzly. CENTER ROW: M. Hoberg, M. Humphrey, K. Hedges, H. Mills, D. Kirby, B. Truex, C. Bastrup, J. Ball, IX, Luzak, I. O'Dell, C. Urhanac, C. Bosne, M. Irwin, C. Fisher, L. Duea, C. Knight, C. Putnam, IC. Montigo, Bengramin, S. Estes, K. Holmes, S. Taylor, P. Brady. BACK ROW: D. Foster, V. Vint, D. Szuch, B. Baker, M. Manley. R. Watkins, ,I. Coffeney, B, Bonaparte, ,I. Crow,T. Crow, T. Heyer, B. Lefler, R. Payne, R. Irwin, D. Cook, R. Blunt, S. Dahl, P. Coleman, G. Strieker, R. Renken, C, Gomes. NOT SHOWN' O. Ha R. Johnson, D, Lloyd, R. Martina, M. Marusa, D. Newcong, B. Slocum, R. Crimes, M. A. Scott, H. Maki, S Easton, H, Thornburgh, C NWaEifeTlI,hK. lgnundson, S, Angus, V. Bauman, W. Buckner, A. Burdick, S. Gardner, M. Meyers, L. Pike, N. Woods, V. Bowne, L. McCalla, M. Roth., . um aug . In The California Scholarship Federation fosters high standards of scholarship, service, and citi- zenship on the part of students in the senior high schools of California. Four semester members are I I eligible for life membership and receive a lamp pin, a certificate, and a gold C.S.F. seal on their diplomas, thus becoming a seal-bearer, recog- nized for high distinction in scholarship, service, and citizenship. INTICRNATIONAI. CLUB-FRONT ROW: A, Sanza, M. Nichifuji, M. Dail ,I. Crow, R. Yokely. SECOND BOWI: P. Goldsmith, K. Holmes, ,I. Westphal C . Knight, .I. Martin, Z. Dail, R. Duhon, ,I, Crcmer, S, Gregory, A. Budzinski S. Netzley, THIRD ROW: C. Johnson, C. Arnold, .I. Mitchell, F. Burdick P. Schnell, N, Honn, K. McKinney, N. McCaslin, M. Barrett, S. Cosby, B Priest, M. Johnson. BACK ROW: B. Irwin, R. Johnson, T. Crow, M. Luzak D. Sznch, P. Mitchell. The International Club carries the torch that leads Mount Miguelis search for international understanding. Proof that MM gives more than lip service to this cause was the adoption of international understanding as a theme for the entire school. Moreover, active participation in the student exchange program puts the spirit of this theme into practice. Advisors of this organization from its inception have been Ann Aldcrson and Fdward Villarreal. eminine council buz'la's lbrz'a'e SHRILA COSBY President .IANIIIE NIICMI LINDA THOMPSON MARILYN SCIHILLICR Sevretary Vive President Treasurer FRIICNDSHII' IIOMINIITTICIC-IVRONT ROW: .l. O'Dell. li. Mon- tijo, K, Holmes, S. Johnson, C. Scliettig. BACK ROW: I. Pierce, J. Gilliland, M. Marusa, S. Camp. SOCIAL SICRVICIC COMMITTICIC-I. Sommer, R. An derson, R, Barlow, B. Holsvlaw, S. Pike, I. Rhodes, K Van Meter, K. Kennin, I. L'Heureux. NOT SHOWN ,I. Hudson, S. Stevens, S. Oregery. ncreczses status 0 campus girl l . 1 Morale, manners and meticulousness for female matadors- these are aims and goals of the largest girls' organization at l Mount Miguel. The Girls League has activities enough to match its size. Sponsorship of the third annual Beach Comb-- l ers Ball, a joint Christmas food drive with the Key Club, a fashion show with open try-outs, a sucker selling project, Gnaw Gus, a dress-up day in heels and suits are but a few samples of the versatility of talents and interests in this viva- cious league. GOOD GROOMING COMMITTEE: Diane Andersen, Shar- on Finney, Wilma Ortiz, Betty Hass, Sue Young. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW: L. Nystedt Chairman S, Miles, P. John, C. Linnan. BACK BOW: Sec retary R. Graham, C. Arnold, J. Kruk, C. Boyle. ELECTION BOARD--FRONT ROW: M. Irwin, .l. Parent, S. Szaley, M. Dail, .l. Huckstep. BACK ROW: P. Oakd, J. Bledsoe, I. Blec-ha, K. Linnan. D. Peavler 'Z Q 'HI- SENIOR Y-TEENS-FRONT ROW: C. Knight, S. Cosby, J- Martin, S. Szalay, J. Kruk, M. Nishifije, S. Bains, CENTER ROW: M. Marusa, P. John, B. Slocum, J. Cremer, I. Rhodes, S, Uecker, K. Holmes, B. Carlson, J. Kapsala, S. Halfacre, B. Lesko. BACK ROW: L, Hines, J. Pierce, B. Holstrom, L. Jack, S. Lane, N. McCaslin, B, Priest, Z. Dail, D. Johnson, C. Wardell, E. Norton, S. Andrews, J. Westphal, Ser ice clubs energize school backbone To grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races. religions. and nationalities. and to grow in the knowledge and love of Oodfthese are the purposes of the Y-Teen organization. Club meetings. eo-ed fun, conferences, and service projects are all a part of this worlml-wide organization throughout 66 coun- tries. During the fall season the World Fellowship Festi- JUNIOR Y-Tl'll'iNSYl7RON'll ROYV: S. Str-Huis. M. Baranowski, M. John- son. C, Arnold. li. Boyle, B. Stadlcr. P, Sparhawk. ,l. Collins. fflfN'l'lCR ROW: ,l. Bloc-lla. J. Blwlsoe. A. Buclzinski. N. Vllootis, S. llaswell. l'. Duhon, l.. Nysterlt. P, lNla'Cullough. .l. flouan. Xl. lrrine. BACK ROW: l.. Thomp- son, P. Goldsmith. J. Smnnn-r. S. Neill:-y. lf, llllliflllli. P. Svhnell, C. Humes, M. Dail. C. Johnfzton. 4. llolmlwru. 5 val is held, and Y-Teens are given a chance to help others through this service project. ln March. spring gives hloom to Carousel, as Y-Teen groups throughout the city and county nominate queen candidates for their biggest dance of the year. Door prizes, hand music, entertain- ment. and the announcement of the queen all provide a very exciting climax of annual Y activities. SOPHOMORE Y-TFIICNS-FRONT ROW: M. Kratz, G. Wyman, E. Johan son. S, Outlette. BACK ROW: C. Linnan, E. Kunkel, B, Young, D. Cordon KEY CLUBfFRONT ROW: R. Yale, D. Cook, B. Leep, Treasurer R. Carlson, Secretary P. Price, J. Shacklett, Vice President B. Cohen, B. Steckman, P. Titmus. CENTER ROW: B. Truex, K. Hedges, J. Mills, J. Fiocca, J. Real, K. Clark, R. Matters, J. Speckmann, H. Mills. BACK ROW: B. Enberg, D. Freeman, B. Faucher, D. Underwood, T. Hitchcock, R. Fredrick, M. Curry, B. Lelier. NOT SHOWN: President Dick Schwab. Service is the key to the fine reputation of the Key Club. Out- standing service to school and community is not just a fiowery phrase with these men of action. Proof lies in the deeds which include selling apples for the Kiwanis Club, donating apples to the football team going on a trip, ushering at Open House, sponsoring an alumni basketball game, collecting cans and money for needy families, and collecting books for the school library. Their actions speak louder than words. HA winner never quits and a quitter never winsw-this is the creed of the lettermen who serve Mount Miguel with their abili- ties. These lettermen come from all phases of the school's ath- letic program. These lettermen successfully sponsored the annual Senior-Faculty Basketball game this year. They also took action on improving and enforcing the required rules for re- ceiving letters. Better sportsmanship results from the fellowship of this organization. i LETTERMEN'S CLUB-FRONT ROW: R. Veal, J. Thomas, President P. Price, Secretary J. McQuade. SECOND ROW: R. Pickens, A. Schott, R. Maki B. Hay, D. Wardell, R. Torge, J. Mills, C. Stepek, J. Fiocca, R. Dittamore, R. Carlson, J. Ball, B. Stevens, D. Zastoupil, J. Day, D. Blankenship, L Smith, T. Petitt, D. Wilson, J. Sunbury. THIRD ROW: D. Freeman, L. Hawkins, E. Lindsten, B. Howard, C. Chance, G. Rudloff, D. Enos, B. Thornton K. Clark, L. Renfro, H. Thornburgh, L. Hawkins, T. Shirey, D. Spears, J. Pierce, J. Ball, J. Bishop, D. Hulett, D. Williams, L. Young. BACK ROW: J McEeeley, T. Heitert, J. Coffeney, D. Underwood, B. Leep, B. Foucher, M. Macabee, B. Steckman, D. Szuch, R. Grunloh, K. McClure, J. Mavrinac D. Williams, J. Speckman. as . ll W Q ,Mg f ' " -M 'WN-M: 'WW' :"' cum-' H N He safe fffsfwf':r""r:'rr'--ff-:e"e-rh"':"rM'-1mgarm NUMISMATIK KLUR-FRONT ROW: C. Beals, J. Westal, B. Kirby. RA K ROW I Sewell, R. Renken, U. Cook, W. Bell. M yriad 0rganzZatz'0n A rich little cluh on campus! Look deep into a coin and you'll find both history and culture. Numismatic is the title of this cluh. This complex Word means the study or collection ol' coins. Activi- ties include coin collection and the study of coin values. Meetings feature guest speakers. These auc- tions give collectors a chance to dispose of their excess coins and 'to buy new additions to their collections. RIFLE CLURAFRONT ROW: G, Nohlc, D. Stone. S. lfillis, D. Schnelser, R. Fowles, J. Elmore. RACK ROW: Advisor R. Hirsch, P. Van Riper, F. Coryell, L. Combs, C. Boyvne, L. Hines, E. Rosemary, S. Berend. LOS MAESTRITOS lyoung teachers! is a cluh for students interested in entering the field of education. The purpose of this cluh is to develop an active program in which students will have an opportunity to gain authentic, useful information about careers in the ficld of education. Some of the activities and projects of this cluh include: Ohser- vation of teachers in action, participation under guidance of selected teachers, visiting in depart- ments of education, and inviting student, regular, and exchange teachers to descrihe professional ex- periences. FUTURE 'l'liAClllCRS-FRON'l' ROW: P. Tuve, T. lippcrson, R. Graham. RACK ROW: P. O,Gara, F. Barlow, C. Putman, S. Henderson, R. Christy. nrzch campus ZW The ever-rising emphasis upon physical fitness casts new importance upon those activities which involve the manipulation and coordination of the body in feats of skill and strength. The demands for individual control and development, as well as group perfection in stunts and gymnastics, offer outcomes of learning that cannot be covered in physical education classes. Such are the purposes of the Gymnastic Club. Performances of gymnastic skill are exhibited during the year for physical education classes, Open House, and basketball half- times. GYMNASTICS CLUB-FRONT ROW: C. Wright, B. John, N. Bagley, S. DeGroot, S, Titmas, K. Van Meter. BACK ROW: S. Szaley, Instructor C. Starkey, A. Mathewson. i TENNIS CLUB-FRONT ROW: ll. Ray, L. Combs, M.. Grimaldi. L. Neil, B. Weeks, K. Miller, S. Szaley, M. Knilfing. BACK ROW: B. Wiggs, F. Coryell, D. Wyman. C. Laws. P. Meyer, C. Wlagor. lnstructor A. King. 'alcove that gamelw So say the Tennis Club mem- bers. But uno lovew is better than glove" to these courtiers who meet every Tuesday afternoon to build skills or to challenge opponents. Challenging and defeating other schools in the Grossmont Dis- trict is their goal. The end of the tennis season is marked by a pot luck dinner among all participat- ing schools. PHOTO Cl.l.fB--E. Mott. li. Williams S. lfstcs. J, Colfeney. .... . .F ..i 'gffiiigfi , A Wasil Q.. f Q s f -Xtf t K ..- am 9 ,125 gfsf.isl.fz ftesgagg A ,ir T 1 uf F 4-5 5 fi Q M A 92 is '.1.wWvgs. . .ma cZz'vz'1fz'es amuse rf f +3 if fi Q laughter and send ,9l19z'rz't5 soaring z'nu1f6s,,a'Qzys, weeks, month , A 1 z. 4 , 1 ,X f - I . J 1 A J' 1 0 2 Qi ass and evenzfulbf 055, 515-7 l .J , ff .XXLKX ,. ' lg .X , I .I 1+ ssemblies unite all in 1fz'ena'sl2Q19 Slightly exaggerated views of life throw student SENIOR ASSEMBLY: Senior Assembly, on October 16, dramatizes what could happen on Senior Ditch Day if class members do not pay their dues. Other high points of senior life were also previewed. body into spasms of laughter during assembly skits. lnspirational music or pep talks stir students to high resolve. School assemblies add spice to daily routine, and under ASB sponsorship, these occasions are welcomed. Students crowd the bleachers in the gym and fill the house twice in order that all may see and hear these stimulating events. HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY: Excited candidates for Homecoming Queen are presented their corsages during the Homecoming Assembly on November 6. CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY: Merriment of the Holiday Season is previewed during the Christ- mas Assembly on December 18 as Betty Green plays the role of Santa Claus and pantomimes the t'Night Before Christmas." PEP ASSEMBLY: Cheer and song leaders join forces during this Pep Assembly to demonstrate how to get in the swing of spirit with "Give Me the Beat." Celehrating the annual Halloween holiday, Mt. Miguel held its hrst Trick ,H Treat Tromp. The evening swung: suveessfully as Disc loekey Mel Hall added personality while students danced in masked harmony surrounded hy an atmosphere fringed with lvooths hearing titles such as Tacos. Marriage, and Pizza. The marriage hooth proved to he the most popular. with wedding Cerlihcates and rice as Symbols of reality. News of the Mata- dors' foothall feat came over direct wire from Gardena to the trompers who stayed at home. COSTUME CON'I'EST: Mount Miguel was honored to have Mel Hall at the Trick 'r Treat Tromp on Ovtoher 30 to spin reeorrls and Chat with the gliosts and gohlins who came in costume. Ahove are winners of the costume contest and Mel Hall. Trick RJ Treat Tramp tries f7'Z'ClfSZ67'S THE MARRIAGE BOOTH: Marriage booth, sponsored hy the Senior Class, proved to he the gi'eate5L,V,5uecess of all the hootlis. 5'Hewrend" 'jl7oug' NCYN'lmjlHS just rompleterl the wedding c7eremoYiTfor tie Couple helow. After a virtorious evening of football entertainment, Queen Mary Mehlberger reigned over the annual homecoming dance on November 6, the first ever to he held in the gym. Aftergame dances, sponsored by differei class' "Swim in' Sixtiesf, mroved to he swin l Xtra-cuwzbulars Z.7'lf672Sw? campy Aftergame dances, games, and midgame activities provide entertainment and recreation for students . . . Victory and reunion opened the evening of November 6, as both students and alumni swung to the annual Homecoming Dance ruled over hy the Queen and her court. Swinging to the tones of the Gaynighters, the dance was held in the gym. Socks were required attire. The evening rolled smoothly, but ended with a confusion of mixed-up shoes until the right pair of feet found the right pair of shoes. At the many dances, music is provided hy either live hands or disk jockeys to give the atmosphere that personal touch. Midgame activities such as daring tumhling acts pictured on the next page or pageantry of hand and specialities pictured elsewhere in this hook pro- vide eye-arresting spectacles. 136 Matadors twirl into the spirit at an aftcrgame dance helm in the Mount Miguel cafeteria, In 'W l i i P1Hil21ll0U5, Sllfll 215 Ill? fI'ffSllm3N One of the greatest honors liestoxserl upon tlie maivliingl Matarlors was tllat of perform SIICCCSSCS. ing a lialf-time slums for tlie Hams-ffolts ggarnrw in the l,os Angelce fiolisrrum on Dec. 6 I . I . O Ztallqy ' 1221672 Studgflt saczalztes 'illlmlJlf'I'S from the lia Mesa Youth Center proviflerl entertainment Km-cn lxliq-kplgons Vdfay-ren fzarnig-1 and Ijirfgplor Ilaumnf-4.3 during lialf-time at tlie liasketlxall game Milli I-Il fiajon on Feb. Stli. Ciliristianson make final preparation llelore presenting their show for the Los Angeles vrowd at the Rams game. M il M emovfias records mz'1'z'aa' memories AIJYISOR lCDI'l'OR-IN-CHIEF Lowell ll. Plinkc Joan Kapsala l SENIOR EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Mary Mehlberger Marcy llunn llespito plans, the annual staff is found in a maze of 1-onfusion to mo:-t approaching deadlines. f ,A 0 COPY EDITOR LAYOUT EDITOR M Patti John Mani Mama l'IIO'l'OGRAPHICR loo Coffcney "S AC'l'IVl'l'Il'iS ICDITOR ART ICDITOR Sl'0lI'l'S ORGANIZATION l'il7l'l'UR Georgia Peak Roger Millllouse Orville Ilay Mary Anne Scott CLASS EDITOR Warren Buckner ASS"l'. SENIOR ICIJITOR Patti Putnam To keep pace with Nliguelis rapid growth. MIL INIISMUIIIAS for l960 has expanded in all directions to recall to mind a thousand memories as each turned page holds fondest moments shared throughout campus this year. A spinning whirl of frantic rushes to meet deadlines keeps the heart of this busy staff at a fast lulm-duh, forever pumping out last minute details. On the verge of an attack. the staff is now at rt-st as it completes its operation successfully to present MIL MICINIUIIIAS of 760, to keep your memories forever alive. Sincere congratulations are due Advisor Iiowell H. Plinkc and lfdilor ,Ioan Kapsala for providing the necessary knowledge and guidance to help the staff reach its goal this year. I AIJMINIS'I'RA'l'ION lCl7l'l'0R ASSwl'. AtI'l'IYl'l'IlCS IQIJITOR Sandra lfaston Shirley Ilecker l3USINlzSS ASST BUSINESS ASS"l'. Caroline WHlifl8ll Marjorie Singgo If I if t Xi ASS'T. l'IIO'I'OURAl,lll'iR ASSIT. l'IIU'l'0IlllAl,lll'iH ASS"ll. lfl,ASSl'iS IClJI'l'0R ,-XSS"l', Sl'Oll'l'S l'ilJI'l'0H .lim Kelly Alex ffasf: .IO Anne Sonnncr liivliard Monvtte 139 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Nancy McCaslin The members of this active staff are kept pant- ing and racing around campus all year long, look- ing for facts both big and small. EL TROVADOR is well known for its fine quality 'journalism award news. Favorite hobbies of this staff are taking pictures, getting student views on different subjects, and selling ads for financial support. A trip to a Journalism Workshop Day at UCLA in October was one of their successful activities. Such trips provide new ideas and keep their minds working. Participation in Journalism workshops at San Diego State College proved the quality of the school paper to be outstanding as the excellent ratings received will testify. Advisor June Mott is the guiding light of this publication. Hopefuls for journalistic futures are trained in Room 31, home of the famous TROVADOR. ff-.Q s ff 'riwwwwvxwWa., ff1ff.,,.f .reg ,,m,f,,gw,f, , , ,Q fsfsittsaelrffe'ws5Sa2sua,fwrfr,?ff g?rt2.g1g:1e:w 2, wiper ,:.,,.fz:fgPg2m1?sggXEM 2i,fwQfaf2sfr,w,g,:4 ' , , - " j it 1 ww M . .. - -1 ' 2'-:.w-- ,f.c.- :arf-my ltr" ,Q -f Eihffsg lift. F J , , , '.,.g?EfE222'E5:3 'f:':'5'ififf, ,, .gf:',g2ia222t Giiifilil .,.,.:.- tr,-.'::,.. :,.,-,z iagmtg , . , . 'f.3,.g.-, 4f,'g::55- '5:,:,gi.g. ,vigggg , ' i-' 'Ef1r:f5:. ,:::':::a3' "fr:fJ ' " 1 f-:s'f.E2fff. .fxfsfffff "4" I5 J J , J ADVISOR J une Mott E Tm adm' sounds note 0 succei BUSINESS STAFF-STANDING: Judy White, Judy Oliver. SEATHD: Marjorie Irv- ing, Beverly Slocum, Bonnie Brust. Before that final cry of 'Roll the pressesf' Nancy McCaslin and Judy Nicodemus can be found burning the midnight oil to produce a great paper. Itis a great day for the cub reporters in Journalism I experiencing the editorial headaches of putting out an issue of the EL TROVADOR. s achievement soars higher and lzzlglzer EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ..,,...... Nancy McCasIin EDITORIAL EDITORS ........ Brenda Priest Roberta Christy FEATURE EDITORS .,.,.,.......... Perry Tuve EDITORIAL STAFF-SEATED: Merrily Whitehurst, Nancy McCaslin, Charlene Lennon Nola Rictor. STANDING CENTER: Brenda Priest, Bill De Honeyl STANDING BACK: Elwood Mott, Bill Clark, Berry Tuve, Roberta Christy, Billy Porter, Corey Stepek. Merrily Whitehurst SPORTS EDITOR ,..,,,,,,....,,,, Elwood Mott ASS'T SPORTS EDITOR ............ Bill Clark PHOTOGRAPHER .......,..,..... Corey Stepek ASS'T PHOTOGRAPHER i..... Billie Porter CARTOONIST .,.....,........., Charlene Linnan NEWS EDITOR ...........,..,...,.,. Nola Richter BUSINESS MANAGER ...,.... Bonnie Brust ASS'T BUS. MGR ..,............,. Barbie Lesko ADVERTISING MGR ......... Beverly Slocum ASS'T ADV. MGR ............, Marjorie Irvine CIRCULATION MGR ...........,... Judy White EXCHANGE EDITOR .......,.... Judy Oliver ADVISOR ............................ Mrs. June Mott REPORTERS ................,......... Bill Thortone Judy Nicodemus Andrea Tolbert Sherrie Humphries REPORTERS: .Iudy Nicodemus, An- drea Tolhert, Sherrie Humphries, Bill Thornton. MASCIOT Susie Putnam HEAD SONCIMADICR Shirley Ueeker Sandi Cook SONGLEADICRS: Sherrie Andrews, Shirley Ueckor, Susie Putnam, Sandi Cook, Kathy Kirby. Songs-cheers engender Give these four girls and their cute little mascot Z1 note of swinging, jazzy music, and they're off to lead the team to victory thru song. Spinning to the tones of music. rhyme, and color. their routines added gaiety and spirit to the games. Now as the year ends, the final echoes of music slowly ring thru the halls ol Mt. Miguel and find a place to settle upon this page. Hours spent in peppy practice proved to he a big success in building up and keeping school spirit strongly singing through- out the year. Memories thru melodies rs-call moments of excitement and joy this past year. Kathy Kirhy Sherrie Amirews FJ CHICICRLEAINCRS: Orville Haye, Sharon Strazz, Karen Miller. Ray Bierl. rzergy and pile up pep Hl-2-3- Olew is all it takes to spur this peppy quintet to action. With never-ending energy. routines and yells were terrific this past year. Their spirit marches along strongly. never weakening during the entire year as yells were courageously shouted for Matador supremacy. This vivaeious team sponsors the Pep Club and the peppy, unique ideas for Colorful carrl tricks ,used as a symhol of friendship in greeting opposing teams 'with 4'HI" in'hig hold letters. Sharon Strazz Ray Bierl 1 .. We Amr fi X. Xffl I '57, ' ,eff t. y xopwm lVl ASI :UT Donnie llalfeaere f i i . 'Q . 11 to 4 iw 22?- Kai. , -4 fm af' ' 'JV f 42,713 . ga, f L ?l?f f get . if , ff? HEAD tIHlCl'IRl,ICADER Orville llaye Karen Miller Marehz'ng Mataders generate Sl9Z.7'Z.If ADVISOR MAIORETTE Jeanette Lowe MARCHING BAND--KNERLINC FRONT: M, Barrett, L. Johnson, C. Holm, L. Thompson, J. Eaton, A. Scott, C. Boyles, J. Rhodes. SECOND ROW: Drum Major K, Mickelson, S. Lane, M. O'Conner, K. Amundson, L. Duea, B. Bartlett, T. Englestad, H. Thornburgh, R. Szucli, K. Clark, B. Porter, D. Foster, M. Dud- ley, L. Williard, J. Easton, S. Jurgenson, D Ellis, L. Glenn, S. Lane, Twirling Majorette I. Lowe. THIRD ROW: ,L Lusk, P. Henderson, B. Carlson, E. Montijo, K. Tuckeg, K. Dahl, K. Drozonsky, C. Craig, J. Lundquist, C. Withem, R. Bor- elli, D. Baker, L. McColla, N. Stumbough, J. Kemp, B. Carnie, H. Mills, C. Knight, B. Lefler, S, Oflill, N. Sima, J. Pitzor, B. Dwyer. FOURTH ROW: N. Newcomb, M. Hulbert, M. Blevins, M. Hoberg, S. Henderson, I. Norr, C. Laws, L. Cohen, D. Bartlett, R, Miner. P. O'Gara, C. Fritzges, C. Hunter, L. Killorn, B. Williams, K. Gardner, S. Carlstrom, R. Erickson, M. Tindall, M. Curling. BACK ROW: L, Norr, L. Reames, M. Luzak, C. Cobb, C. Edens, A. Hoslyn, W. Catch, D. Reed, W. Myers, B. Zubaugh, N. Uri, J. Enright, D. Nicholson, E. Catch, G. Wigdahl, A. Foye, W, Carnie, R. Green, C. Reinwand, J, Essery, J. Rowin, T. Lange, J. Smith, L. Selvig, C. Peterson. ..f+-red' 35? .fre.Zf:e35el:.fe t .iff , . Larry Christianson DRUM MAJOR Karen Mickelson Heads high, bodies erect, 300 legs in rhythmic cadence give this team of strutting songsters prize- winning qualities. At the Arcadia Band review in November, these traveling trumpeters took the Sweepstakes award of 35250, and at the Long Beach Band review, placed first in Division A. Such a band deserves the title ugreatn not only for bring- ing honor and glory to Mt. Miguel, but for their striking, outstanding performances at halftime shows. Band parents contributed time towards money raising projects for the snappy uniforms and special Band trips. Under Director Larry Christiansen, this band demonstrates the well- disciplined training it takes to produce spectacular performance. to ,, NSE6?dKi3NSEi? 'i3H'.l92iTi'e?3f'flLE???2'f-5lx':5E5??kEi!!kF2KQV?-ifif ii L 1 W -EW Q1 f?5?lT Fill? c GD- ..-ftffir'-'ll hgh. n...,.1............1 .. . if L..a....,,.a PEP BAND-KNEELINC: Leader W. Carnie, FRONT ROW: B. Carnie, D. Baker, C. Withem, N. Stumbaugh. H. Thornburgh, G Wigdahl, A. Foye, T. Lange, L. Seluig. BACK ROW: T. Englestad, G. Cobb, D. Reed, W. Myers, N. Uri. P. O'Cara, D. Norr, S. Henderson, L. Duea. f CLOCKWISE, iathy Taylor, Mary Sound and szght spur spzhts up ard egerj J. yruham, fory, S. I JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Esther Kunkle, Jerry Wat- more, Louise Heyer, Laurel Hoye. in . f' an , 'I-942 w Mu ' W YT? W' ' 'N ,R -4-In .--M CAST-FRONT ROW: Bea Weeks, Donna Shumpert, Mary Lou Bell, ,Ioan Hoffman. BACK ROW: Hale Thornburg, Tom Shea, Allan Lavhman, Steve Tamila, Danny Cook. The nights of March 17, 18, and 19 held lots of laughs and tears as "The Patsy" was presented by Miguel's Associated Student Body. This comedy, under the direction of Robert Sanders, was a com- edy during the 1920 flapper era portraying a fam- ilyis upset justice and how it was put right again by a clever father and a wronged daughter. In February the Cvrossmont Union District held a one act play contest. Mt. Miguel took second place with the first act of The Patsy. Bea Weeks took the best actress award for 1960, Steve Tamila took second place best actor, and Mary Lou Bell took third best actress in the competition. A B drama yields star studded success The Harrington family, Mother, Grace, Patsy, and Father, are found continually bickering throughout "The Patsy." ash in 'IAPTAIN iron Finney ACK ROW: ch, M. Hols- jiwtag E W we e W ,. ' Y af . 2 . 44- 71 Q f 't A ,f if uf , Steve Tamila ,loan Hoffman Bea Weeks CAST PATRICIA HARRINCTON . Bea Weeks GRACE ....... Mary Lou Bell MOTHER ...... ,Ioan Hoffman FATHER .... . Steve Tamila TONY ANDERSON . . Danny Cook , MR. OTLARRETY .... Tom Shea BILLY CALDWELL . . Allan Lachman SADIE ...... Donna Shumpert ierfw i T. ' Wilpj ' 'jvgiz F 7 52255 'hr it -' .-Q ' ifliffiiiii . ' 1 1 ,. me Lil i "iii 1 ttf' if VQ .Q'iQ- , . ,X Mary Lou Bell CABBIE . . Hale Thornburg Patsy's schemes pay off as Tony suc- cumbs to her charms. 'I4 Election produces l190Zz'tz'cczl spectacular xmfiivf' v me .wi i' NOMINATING CONVENTION: Excitement, drama, humor, and spirit flourish throughout the convention as speakers, skits, and lobby- ing periods contribute to a lengthy day for the selection of candidates for ASB offices for '60-'6l. ELECTIONS ASSEMBLY: Humorous portrayals of typical candidates such as this one done by Robert Spencer lightened the atmosphere of the assembly as candidates presented their campaign speeches. PRESIDENTIAL BALL: At the only semi-formal dance of the year, President Wayne Stephans pre- sided over the announcement of the new commis- sioners for the next year. 149 Humorous skits, candidate nominations, lobby- ing, platforms, lofty promises, and tense balloting produced the third and most successful annual nominating convention ever held at Miguel. On March 1, banners, posters, and confetti mingled to form an atmosphere of pageantry associated with big-time politics. Candidates were narrowed down to two for each oflice by the 'end of the day-long convention in the gym. Chosen candidates gave speeches during the elections assembly on March 9, seriousness turned to panic as Robert Spencer, Melvin Grant, and Robert Sanders gave humorous portrayals of imaginary candidates. The Presiden- tial Ball climaxed the election season. Those at- tending the semi-formal dance witnessed the swear- ing in of the new commissioners for the year of '60-'61. Swz'ngz'ng around the clock, Matadoa E? 3? E li Lg S Q Q Q 5 Wc11'ld daiicv sturlvnts f-xliilwit foreign llanves at tlie lln- lntcrnational Cilnlr. Key flluln initiation for Bill lmvp, Kcn Clarke and Ray Yale, Con- sists-Ll of lrluvlwiiiiig tlu-ir fun-5 uitll sliov polisli. mlrvsfing up in Crazy 4-luzlnw. uml IN'l'liUIIlllllQQ as rlunns :it tllv l"ac'ulty-Yzlrsity liaskellnall game' on l'll'lH'lliII'y 16. lxILltii1lOl'S likl- In him- purlim-5 Nll1'llll'I' tlnr-y lac' plunnml lglligllts-1' and l'X4'lll'llll'Ill. sour:-ml llll'0l1g1ll0lll tln' l"ac'1illy-Varsity bas- or last Illlllllll' QLUI-l0QIFlllQ'l'h. 'l'l1ih gin-5 tlieni a vlianvc lwtlnlll glzune- at mlm-lu lln- l'an'ulty was lm':'n-ll to arllnit defvaz as they to snavli, vlmt. uml flanvef uilll fric-mls. erm-I1-ml a failing inark ol one point loss in the-ir rword hooks, 'z' en exiszfence with social actz' ities onal Assembly sponsored by CLOCKWISE FROM NOON: Whoever heard of sleeping at a slumber party! lnstead, slumber parties are found to be a contest of who can stay up all night, eat the most, and tell the funniest jokes . . . Dominoes, anyone? Margie Dail seems to have found herself in quite a predicament when she tries to play a one man domino game . . . Joint meetings such as this one of the two clubs, Junior Y-teens and Key Club, give students of different organizations a chance to meet more of their fellow Matadors . . . Oh, those sleepless nights! But the happy faces in this picture convey the proof that slumber parties are fun for everyone concerned . . . All Matadors love to go places whether it be out for just a coke or out for dinner. Ted Suggs and Patti John find the atmosphere of a coffee house most unusual for a change in pace. EI QL? Q WWWM M 5 KY A W Qi? Q CN oumf M zlgue! x9 J athletes prove foes A, A if Q' I Q, an W sv an 5 if ERIC LINDSTEN RON SNOW L II ' f ,fax O' A V, 1 I 39' A , . if :I 4 ml x Jgg? V' DICK SCHWAB KEN KUNKLF BILL THORNTON LARRY MORLAN Q doo ln.. ' X00 I v 9 4 ,A M 'W 1' -SBIYN ,EH H ,rt li Q W X i 1 J get V ' xii... 4... . Vfic-tml, Sl'l1f0Nll ROW: ll. U4-llom-y. T. Rey, ll. llvatou. J. limu-rs, J, Sw-1-Hey. ll. S:-zlglintli. J. ljtllilllll. ll. Maki, l.. Carroll, 'lf Taylof lllllill ROW: ,l. Hotll, ll, lluulynm, xl. Alon:-s, Y. Wiltfong. ,l. ,l0llH!30ll, R. licnvr. H. Curl:-V. N. Nlellmsav. li, XXll'Ftl'flfl. lf. l.f'flDllll, ll. Pivrve llfXl Hljllllflll l Ili HOVV: li. ,lolms0n, C. Spoon:-r, ll. Cray, C. Lipska, S, Rl1l1ottm11,l3.llaxis, R.lN'Io11ilIm-ssc-umil. Ca' 1 1 z. I 0 x7 V and F rash .9120 constant gazns IRFSIIMAN l"0OTlHl.l, 'I'liAlllfl4'RON'l' HOW: ll. Phillips. D. Wlxiu-, F, Pemliv. l.. Purnnio. D. l'lzllf', .l. Havcs. M. lllaylovk, I. Cnrlmet Sl 1 0 'Il l 0 i N 4 W1 ll- flwimrl H. Hwwd. 'li 'www-llp. lc. I..-Sn. M, c1.,.1-y, la. XXlf'St0X4'I', R. wlllgflll. A, Sim. l:,"1'lmm. Tllllill Row. L t, ll. -Xslllc-y. B. lnckln-ad, ll. livnt. lf. lane, M. U'llam. M, Maki, R, Cl1a1nl1e'rlm1fi, Al. lftlle-ton. BACK ROW: U. N0lS0n, R. lWllllIIlllS I 'lm T 'lIcK' Y ' l W'll1z s. . . ' mney, lk. .lumeS, .l. Wcstall, D. Bilgllfllll, R. Colburn. lllNl0R YfXRSI'I'Y l"O0'I'l3AI.l, Tlfifll l"RUN'l' HUVV: ll. Dimpf-l, ll. x'PI'LlllQO, ll. Rvlu-ig. ll. l'lI'f'il6'Ikl4'li, l'. l'l6'I'I1l1l1flt'Z. M. l'llIZlll'l'i2i. ll. Mzwtm 7 Matland heroes go season undwatea' VARSITY WRESTLING-FRONT ROW: P. Goslin, J. Sunberry, T. Pettit, R. Pickens, R. Veal, R. Carlson. SECOND ROW: J .af Lewis, K, Kunklc, M. Ruhottom, S. Ruhottom, B. Thornton, B. Steckman. THIRD ROW: L. Butts, .l. Ball, O. Hay, G. Morris, .l Snow, J. Welty. BACK ROW: R, Yale, B. Leap, P. Steal, T. Heidert. Malicious Mount Miguel Mat Monsters do it again, take the Metro championship, ixmgs A,V. that is. It takes three championships to keep the perpetual trophy home, and the ..s iie monsters took it in three straight years. With no returning regulars from last season, eiifr the supposedly green young matters crushed, mangled, mauled, mashed, beat, annihil- "': qzibi 't" ated, stomped, pulverized, and completely disposed of every obstacle that opposed ii them. Of course the law of averages must have its due, and it did when Yuma, the Arizona champs, tied Miguel 2l-2l. This is the first season the Matadors have gone undefeated, the first two years they lost one match, first to Kearny, and last year to 'D ' -'., San Diego. Miguel has never been defeated in league competition, and from the looks ',.. A f :ili of the mostly underclassmen team and 150 man squad, it seems that the team's future ,V,,,, Q ,tn is really great. But then, under the leadership of Coach Ben Duea, what team wouldn't 5 iii .r,' A I..,. be great. He,s one of the hest coaches this side of the Mississippi. Everybody will gladly admit, Galt was the coach that made us greatlw X p 160 BEN DUEA Coach si? X x.J Rf l 2 . "N. 1 ' y " . 2 , f VMWLK K h,gmg.gf f , ' A PAT GOSLIN JIM SUNBERRY TIM PETTIT ROCIR PILKINS VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES Mt. Miguel 40 ...,,..,,,,7..............77..,A.,,.......Y.......,........... Nlt. Miguel 43 ,.,,, Mt. Miguel QI ,.,, Mt. Miguel ...,, Mt. Miguel 37 ,,,,, Mt. Miguel 23 ,.,,. Mt. Miguel 39 ..... Mt. Miguel 411' Mt. Miguel 35 ..... Mt. Miguel 35 .,.. Hoover Mission Bay Yuma Point Loma Helix .. Crossmont El Capitan Chula Vista Escondido El Cajon Mt. Miguel 39 ...,. ........ H illtop Mt. Miguel 40 ...., ,.,.. S wvvtwater RON CARLSON JERRY LEWIS 'HY ff i FW 'H 7 10 21 8 8 16 8 5 ll 9 6 7 RANDY VEAL KEN KUNKLE MIKE RUBOTTOM SAM RUBOTTOM BILL THORNTON BIII Il AI Roger Pickens moves toward victory as he pins another of his victims. CIF end? Mzlguel second place This season when the SCIF tournaments rolled around, Miguel was standing at the top of the heap. ln the quarter finals the monsters placed all twelve men with 110 points to win the meet. Pat Gosslin, Jim Sun- herry, Tim Petitt, Ken Kunkle, Jerry Lewis, Mike Ruhot- tom and Sam Ruhottom took firsts. Roger Pickens, Randy Veal, Ron Carlson and Bill Thornton took seconds, and Bill Leap took a third. ln the semi-finals the Miguel grap- plers took first with 72 points. ,lerry Lewis and Mike Rubottom took firstsg Roger Pickens took second, Tim Petitt, Pat Gosslin, Ken Kunkle, Bill Thornton, and Bill Leap took thirds. With the toughest potential, the Matters went warily into the Hnal rounds. When the final scores were tabulated, the monster place winners were as fol- lows: Ken Kunkle, Bill Leap, Tim Petitt and Mike Rubot- tom took fourthsg Pat Gosslin and Jerry Lewis took thirds, and Roger Pickens ended with a well-deserved first place. Surely itis athletes like these that make other wrestlers fear the name of Mount Miguel. VARSITY BASKIWBALLAFRONT ROW: W. Stevens, C, Webster, 'I'. Hyer, L, Hawkins. BACK HOW: D. Wai-dt-ll, B. Roberson D Sr-hwah, B. Enghurg, B. Wylie, ll. Freeman. Matador cagers play ham' fought season .l.V. Coach llwiglit 'lleatc-'r--Varsity Coach Richard Hidgway The Mount Miguel cagers started off the season with two straight victories in non league competition. Although the season was not thor- oughly successful, the Matadors played higher than they were rated, and excited crowds watched thrilling games of these' hard pressing players. l64 Varsity Basketball Scores M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M San Dieguito Clairemont Crawford Escondido Sweetwater El Cajon Hill Top Helix Grossmont Chula Vista El Capitan Sweetwater Escondido El Cajon Hill Top Helix Faculty Crossmont Chula Vista El Capitan JV BASKI'l'l'liAl.l, KNl'flCl.lNC: ll. llmxvcr, T. lleyoli, l,. Van Norman. ll. Sage, H. Blunt, S'l'ANlllNC: C. Goodwin, li, fiurllzy, K. Clark, C. llainv, l.. l,Zlflllt'Sll', ll. Anile-rson. nderclassmen instzlgazfe UZ.Cf07j2 plans The hard fighting JV leam won most of its games and Coach Teeter and Coach Benson lcfl the- uncle-rclassmen lost the others hy narrow margins while- the Sophs showecl to the most victorious season in the- history of our School. they were a capalmle team. Vllith athlt-tvs like these, we The Freshmen wound up in first place after a most sur- can he assured of an even stronger varsity in the future, cessful season. FROSH-SOPH BASKl'1'l'BAl,I,-I"RON'l' ROW: IJ. Bassham, M. O'Hare, B. Pulsum, B. Lockhead, B. Jac-ohs, R. Make. M. Cosby, J. Canaris J. Niemi, BACK ROW: D. Sage. C. Belhf-, R. Schwab, I. Williams, J. Marsteller, L. Witt. ll, Ashley, T. Mc-Kinney, J. Lam-uesta. B. Wilson Starting hoopsters camf M zguefs attack W5 WAYNIQ S'I'lCYlCNS CICORGIC WlCHS'I'lCli SWIMMING TEAM-fl"RONT ROW: M. Fitzurka, M. Cosby, B. Wilson, D. Szuf-li, T. Langpap, K. Priest, ul. Watmore, L. Witt, R, Lapham. BACK ROW: C. Peterson, C. Moore, J. Ball, B. Dwyer, A. Humphrey, D, Moore, M. McKinney, B. Riggs, A. Stevens, G. Peterson. Aqua artists make splashy debut lt happened! ln the year l960 A. D. Mount Miguel made history by launching its first varsity swimming team. Although many of the team members were previously landluhhers, several of the aquatic unit were thoroughly chlorinated. The Matador water men splashed off the season against Vista in a practice meet. As the season went on, Miguel proved that its athletes are good in any sport. DAVI41 SZUCH COACH STAN ROSE wi? TOM LANGPAP JOHN WATMORE DENNIS YALE DICK PAYNE -Q 34 'wud' Silt 'llllA11K-'l"lllST ROYV: G. Colxlm. lf, l,in4lston, M. llarrison, L. Young. li. BLIIIVIIIH, .l, Mavernae, .l. Bishop. D. W'ilson. B, Stevens, oulliasnux, 'lf Speekrnan. SECOND ROVV: D. Williams. l.. Hawkins. ,l. Collleiiey. ln Shirley. .l. Pearee, R. Torge. P. Priee, .l. Day, ,l. Williams, H llll0l'l1lillt'Qll. 'THIRD ROXV: D. Szueli. R, Crunloh. ll. l"oueher, B. Engherg. K. lxI1'iillll'f'. ll. Williams. R. Sehwah. D. Spears. l"0Uli'l'H ROW l' Kepner. D, Bennett. C, Greenlee. L. lllorlan. R. Carlson. B. Howard. B. Steekrnan. W. Miller. l"ll7'l'H RQYV: R. Sivkle. ll. Steele, R. Data- moit. T. l'ilmot'e. BJXCK ROWV: Johnston. D. VVillurtl. S. Selby, T. Rea. C. Moore. B. Jones. S. Garrett. T. Heyoh, R. Yon Wliller, M. Luzoek. l Matador thzhclads have up, dawn season Mount Miguel traekmen use versatile styles to avail. This yearls trac-k team proved stronger. faster. and more spirited than in previous years. With a speedy corps of sprinters, strong field event section. and ever-running harrier group, the Mataclors looked rough to any ambi- tious team. lv pre-season meets Miguel swept past Saint Augustine tlllfg to QQVZ. The start of the regular season was not so easy as they hit up against two of the toughest teams in the county, Helix and El Cajon. The track team lost both, first hy 9 points then hy 5. Wiith these out of the way, the Mount Miguel thinelads opened up. ran through the rest of the season in higher fashion. The track team was paced hy seniors Erie l.indsten. Dan Spears. Dick St-liwalm. Hale Thornlmurg. juniors George Cobb, Boll Foueher. lluas Torge. Joe Day, Tom Car- mency. and sophomores Jerry Mavernaclc. and lion Crun- loh. All in all this proved a most prohtahle Season. . ,.. .. . a....w.. f fa, . .. - .. Y. -. wa K7 'E ff: . 't:2" ,i ..r., -f tt X' - .M . ,,.. .. . ... 5 ....,., 3 . ., ".. ' .'-. Nik .fa We X N .4 lv 3 fill A A 'tt Wi' M1 4 lt X fa, r ex EQ? J x ar f- l if W t1lllCS'l'l'lli IIUBERC BEN DKK-X DWlCiH'l' 'l'lf,-X'l'l'lll fi01lt'll Coaeh Coat-ll J .,. .V 1 ,,. V V 7 V1 V, f. IHA1.lx---I'liUlNI ROW: H. Vvestmc-r. 1. luylor, R. Realms. I, Hayes. I". Vezde-ll. H. l,uZelle, B. H6111-l1a1mIwl'. R. Ilrmlwcll. Il, Torgf- F Sie-vknmn. H. Mzxrtiml, 4IIiNTl'1R ROW: 'lf P+-uir. A. Neuman. D. Craig. S. P4-wksteip, D. 'l'h11rog00fi. If. jzwhn. S, ffrurw. J. UvnnIing1'r L l'f1l1f tu Iv Qil 1 U N ulrim 1 I5 You xx ' " t ' ' '. ., u. . .1 1. , , vc wkl, If-XLR YQOW: R. Blunt. J. Dir-Lriv, J. Sweeney, J. Hare: M. Qmseny. IJ, fLllI'I'ffll, I, .lavksnrl 'I'z1ylm', fl, Ht'lnIlLlIl1I1'l. ll. B11K'kYl1'I', C. He-Ihr-. is and C35 vault through season B IR,-Uk -PRUNI ROW: O. Huy. J. Ruth. NI. l'.x'an4. J. fmmlrnln. U. NPITIIIQU. Ii. Strand. 42. llorria IJ. lizlkfwp Il. Zuxtfmllpil. R. I7r'awr. NI Jillllfkil. i.l'1NTlCH ROW: F. S1-L1-lwll, H. Strulml. C. Nvcilif. U, Hr-atruu. IJ, fimok. Il. CLXHIIP. J. Juhmorx. K. l'wI'K'1lI'i4'kS. B. Krmfnm ,. ll. I'mppv. B-Xklx ROVV: U, Javksmx. B, TWPISUII. 1. Ball. P. Tilmus. H. Von Ingwn, 5. Svllly. H. SIIPLIV. M. 4Iilf'QlliIlI. U. flofferly. J, Coke-1 rx I Hlll HV 1"'1-i .-' 1 ,V W" " 'H'-T' JOE DAY TOM CARMENY GEORGE COBB RON GRUNLOH BOB FOUCHFR ERIC LINDSTEN J St1f0ng,fast standoats pace team JERRY MAVERNAC PAT PRICE DICK SCHWAB DAN SPEARS HALE THORNBURG RUSS TORGE Track records immortalzfe M zlgue! Stars A 100 Lindsten 10.1 El Cajon 220 Lindsten 22.6 E1 Cajon 440 ' u A 52.0 Sweetwater 880 Nunez 2.00.9 Escondido Mile Nunez 4.26.3 Metro F. 120HH Barsotti 14.7 SCIF Pre 180LH Barsotti 20.2 Chula Vista SP Shroeder 53'17, Escondido PV Schwab 6'2" St. Augustine HJ Day Si Torge 12' El Cajon BJ Craig 21'10' Helix 880 Re . 1.32.6 , Verdugo. Craig, Barsotti B 100 Craig 10.5 Metro Pre 220 Craig 22.8 Metro Pre 660 Roth 1.32 El Cajon 1320 Sequin 3.29.8 Metro Pre 120141-1 Orlo 14.1 Metro Pre 701-1H Rubottom 9.2 Cor SP schwab 50'10' PV Day 1018" BJ 11795 Craig 2 HJ Schwab 6,1Mf' .11.1 Metro F ,58 SCIF Pre El Cajon Metro F SCIF F now Verdugo Monette 660 Relay 1.11.1 Metro F '59 Hadzema, Orlo, Nickols, Craig 1100 Cobb 10.6 180 Cobb 18.8 660 Wilson 1.29.6 120LH Fitzurka SP D. Verdugo 45,3,' PV Day 10,88 BJ Craig 29,2V2,' HJ' 57779 Jacobs 440 Relay 46.4 SCIF Pre ,58 Orlo, Stevens, Craig, Hay 15.1 Metro Pre SCIF Pre Metro F Metro Pre Metro Pre Metro F Metro Pre Escondido Dick Schwab shows off his 6'2" form. Bob Faucher flys high driving through the hurdles 5 JUNIORNARSVIWY CROSSCOUNTRY-FRONT ROW! B- D3ViS7 D- Torge, D. Donner, R. Watkins, R. Camp, R. Van Ingen, D,VCofl'eney, S. Crane, V. Coodman, C. Hernandez, R. Papike, S, Walker, BACK ROW: T. Luitzens, J, llenlinger, H. Proppe, L. Forrester, R. Crawford, M. NLM. M.M M.M M.M ClllCS'l'lCR HOBICRC Coach Mount M zguel lzarrzers mn intl CROSSCOUNTRY SCORES Escondido Chula Vista Hill Top Sweetwater 30 M.M. 39 ..........v,,,,... El Cajon 18 20 MfM. 2l ..77.,...7,,.,,. Grossmont 44 50 M.M. 29 .,7,.,,,..,..... Ll Capitan 30 41-5 ' ' ' M.M. 53 ,,.A.,,..,,,...,,....... Helix 22 Harrison, T. Kite, S. Sunbury, R. Silineck, M. livans, J, Hansen, B. Williami Q C Long is the mile and nine-tenth run and even longer the gruelling practices that counted up to 600 miles hy the end of the season. Our tough warriors took 3rd in their division at Mount San Antonio, biggest erosscountry meet in the United States. The J.V. and lfrosh took third also. in reg- ular league meets the varsity took second place while the J.V. with a 7-l record took first and the frosh with a 5-0 record took first. 172 I' sv'- ,V 348' s 5 if . yew?" y ' 1' .um A i 'x4, 'mm Sm R HY fziiolacie RUDLOI-'If' iffmv' ,gf 4' 4 sl Y li .-if i if fr- f 'f ,fffv-JL 5' 'X ', A. M1 -fax - X' v "' .A v ' 'xv-1 W Q .f'1, ,vw RICHARD MAKI Captain w- vel! placed season JERRY INIAYICRNMZ VARSITY CROSSCOUNTRY-FRONT ROW: J. Mavernav, D. Szutch, R. Maki, C. Ruzlloff, U. Wilson, T. Shircy, J. Bull, J. Bull. BACK HOW: J, Sperwhman, K. McClure, H. Grunlow, J. Qoffeney, T. McClain, L. Y0ung,J. Bisliop,U. Newvomb. A i TENNIS TEAM-FRONT ROW: T. Kinnersley, W. Carnie, S. Dahl, B. Carper, A. McCune, A, Foye, B. Fdenfield J Penery B Peters K Gardner I. Bookbinder, G. Wigdahl. BACK ROW: L. Servig, A. Sanza, B. Bufor, D. Peters, D. Gustafson, L, Hawkins G Gustafson .I Goodrich B Myers J. Lehton, R. Cremer, C. O'Conner. ennis team bounces toward ZJZ.CIf0tj2 ALLEN MCCUNE The Hmatland ,racketeersv fought a rigorous sea- son. This year, under the supervision of Coach William Carden, the tennis team balled up the works of many a line opponent. Wfhis is by far the most stimulated group I ever coach-edf' was Coach Carden's classic opinion of the squad, and this was well evidenced by the high-spirited matches that the team members bat- tled. The racket squad started off the season with a 21-21 tie with Crawford and a 32-3 smash over Hill- top. The JV went these matches blameless. BRUCE EDENFIELD WILLIAM CARDEN Coach 174 aseball starters leaa' W season JERRY BAKER MIKE CALVERT CHARLES CHANCE CHUCK CAMPENELLA BRUCE COHEN BILL LEFLER . BOB LOPEZ LARRY RENFRO DUANE 'FREEMAN 'I 75 VARSITY BASEBALL: L. Yost, M. Calvert, L, Renlro, B. Lopez, IJ. Thorp. CENTER ROW: IC. Leadwith, I. Smith, R. Scagiotti. C. Clianve, J. Baker. B. Buford, R, Cohen. RACK ROW: C. Campenella, R. Cody, D. Freeman, R. Leap, B. Sage, B. Lefler, ll. Wardell. Matadors augment powefful jyotential Mount Miguel basehallers knock ofif with a high spir- ited season. This year under the supervision of Coach Gehrke our baseball team had a more or less up-down season held strong by seniors Jerry Baker, Mike Calvert, Charles Chance, Bruce Cohen, Bill Lefler, Bob Lopez. and Larry Renfrog ,luniors Duaine Freeman and Doug Wvardellg and Sophomore Chuck Campenella. The team, which looked like a sure bet, was under the supervision of Coach Crow. With a well-balanced team of hard work- ing athletes, it is this year's JV that will inspire the future varsity squad. WALTER CIQHRKIC DOUG WARDICLL HAL CROW Coach Coach 'I76 JV BASICBALL-FRONT ROW: J. Canaris, D. Ashirley, M, Renfro, J. Niemi, B. Stevens, D. Porter, B. Lockhead. SECOND BOW: K. Mitchell R. Johnson, B. Matters, B. Eaton, B. Curley, B. Funk, T. Lucas, R. Westcott, B. Haggard. BACK BOW: D. Bridger, R. Whitmas, .l. M3TlCHSOH B, Pye, H. Papike, M. O'Hare, P. Selvig. jV Team swing into l jyrwifable season JV BASEBALL STANDOUTS-J. Canaris, D. Stevens, M. Renfro, R. Johnson ff' .. i!K1 ,. sa fv.,.p. .- ' - --- I DEX-I DEX-I DEX Alderson, Ann . . . Anderson, Dorothea Austin, Willis .... Bellairs, Donald .. Bender, Patricia .. Benson, George . . . Boucher, Robert . . Brady, Robert .... Brown, Richard .. Carden, William . . Carpenter, Seth .. Christiansen, Larry Conger, Robert . . . Cross, Frank ...., Crow, Harold ,... Davidson, Gerald , Davies, Clayton , . . Dietrich, Marjorie . Duea, Ben ..,......... 12, 111, Duea, Virgil .... Dunn, Edward .. Elliott, Fred . .. Elliott, Ona .... . . . Ferguson, John .,... Field, Venalee .... Finney, Dorothy . . . Cadence Corps .... Cape Corps ..... Choir ,.......... Civil Air Patrol Concert Band . . . CSF ........ . . El Trovador Staff . . . Freshman Council German Club . , . . . . Girls' Ensemble . .. Girls League ...... Gymnastics Club . ,. International Club Junior Council ..,.. Junior Y-Teens .... Faculigf G Gehrke, Walter .... ..... 1 11, 176 Gibson, Thomas . .. .... 62, 107 Goss, J. Harold . . . .... 63, 105 Grant, Melvin ..... .101 Gwin, Vela ..... . ..... 75 H Hall, Ellen ......,. ..... 1 2 Hansen, Joseph .... ......... 1 09 Hirsch, Raymond ,...... 103, 126 Hoberg, Chester ..,. .... 1 03, 109, 168 J Johnston, Harry .... .... 1 55 K Kennedy, John . . . . . . , . .106 Ketler, William , .. ...... .109 Kiegle, Benjamin . ......... 109 King, Agnes ....... ..... 1 11, 127 Klienfelter, John . . . ...... . .62 L Lambert, Cessna ...,. .,... 1 06, 111 Linaweaver, Walter . . . ...,.. ,110 Luna, Hayes ..,...... ...... 1 10 M Maxon, Benjamin . . . , . . .110 McRae, Madge . . . . . . .107 Morris, Martha . . . ..... .109 Mosse, Charles ..,. . . .110, 120 Mott, June .....,.. ..... 1 05, 140 Murphy, Raymond ..,. ....... 1 03 N Newall, Gerald ,.... .... 1 07 0 i If ' K Key Club.. .. ....125 L Lettermen's Club ...., ..,. 1 25 M Marching Band ..,... ......, 1 37 Mil Memorias Staff . . . . . .138, 139 N National Forensic League . . . . . . .116 O Orchestra , . .... .... 1 19 P Pep Club ..., ...... . . .128, 129 Photo Club . , . .,.. ...., . 127 S Science Club . .. , , . . . .117 Owens, John , . . Penberthy, Richard Phillips, Clifford . .. Pirie, William ....... . . , 110 Plinke, Lowell .....,...... 105, 109 Ramsey, Franklin .... Ridgway, Richard . Ruef, Genevieve , . . . . ....,87 ....111 Sanders, Robert .......... 105, 108, Skidmore, Phyllis , . . Spencer, Robert .,,. Starky, Carlene . . . Stubbs, John .. Tarr, Donald .. Teater, Dwight . . , Temp, Jean ........ Tremaine, Claire .... Trude, Jane ..,..,.. ....9, 12, ....111 .....111, 164, ......,105, ,..,75, 105 Turner, Marylyn ....... ....... Villarreal. Edward . . . von der Mehden, Ann.. Walker, Elmer ,..... Warmer, Craig ........... Wf-lbaum, Thomas ....... Williams, Jeanne , . . Womack, Betty .. Senior Announcement Committee , . . Senior Banquet Committee . ,,..... Senior Cap and Gown Committee . , Senior Ditch Day Committee ..... , 9 s 1 . . . . .12, .111, 154, Senior Gift Committee ...... .. Senior Graduation and Baccalaureate Committee . , . , . Senior Key Committee ..... . . Senior Play Committee . ,.... .. Senior Privileges Committee . . .. Senior Prom Committee ..., . , . Senior Y-Teens ....,..... . . , Sophomore Council , . . . . . . Sophomore Y-Teens . , . . . . .76, Spanish Club ...,.. . . . , . Student Council ..,.. , . . T Tennis Club Thespians .... , , . . . . V Varsity Baseball ........,...., 175, Varsity Basketball .,,...... 164, 165, Varsity Football . ,..., 155, 156, 157, Varsity Tennis . . . ...,...., . . . . Varsity Track ....,. .....,.,, 1 70, Varsity Wrestling . .. . ..,. 160, 162, A Adams, Paul ........ Adkinson, James . . Adsit, James ...... Amptman, William . . . Andrews, Sharon 13, 55, 57, 58, 124, 128, 142 Arnold, Barbara ..... Austin, Joseph . . . Avery, Arvada . . . Avery, Michael ...... Bailey, John . , . Bains, Sheila . . . Baker, Maxine Baker, Jerry . . . Ball, William .... Balsely, Deanna . , , Balsely, Judith .... Baranowski, Diane Barlow, Don . .,.. . Bartlett, Lynda . . Bastrupt, Gary ..,, Beauloye, Alfred ,. Becker, Marilyn .. Beebe, Tom . .. Bell, Mary Lou . . Bemis, Gerold . .. Bennett, Duane . Bennett, Peggy . . Berger, Dorothy . .. Bibee, Diane .,,... Bierl, Raymond . . . Biggs, William .... B Bookbinder, James . . . Booth, J oleen ..... ...13 ...13 .....13 .. .......... 13, 50 .....13,54 .....13,55 .....13 .............13 .13,55,124,147 .,..........13 Borrelli, Cathy .,......... Bowne Christina ... .18, 155, 175, 176 .......14,54,173 ,........14,55 ....54,114 ..,,.....14 ....14,55,116 ,,. . 14, 118 .,. .14, 121 ...........14 .,. .... .14, 118 ..,...........14 ...14,55,116,118 .......,.....14 .,.14,54,118,168 .,.,......,.118 .,...,15 ........15 . ...15, 143 .,..,.15 .....15,54 , .. 15, 119 , 126 121 , ............,. 15 Brady, Carolyn . . .15, 51, 54, 88, 116, Braudaway, David Brennan, Mary Lou .....,. Brockman, Jackie . .,...... 15 Brown, Ralph ........... Brust, Bonnie ....,..... 15, 54, , Burke Jac uel nne 1 Q Y Butch, Charlotte . ,.., Butts, Edward .... C Caifal, Antoinette .... Caflierata, Stephen . . . Caleindo, Deeann ......... ...,.....15 121 140 .....,...16 ........ 16,146 ....,.16 ........16 ... . 16, 117 ....,,..,16 ,16, 175, 176 115,124,144 160,162,168 .....,...16 137,144,145 ,.....16,55 Calvert, John ............ Carlson, Barbara 16, 54, 114, Carlson, Roland 16, 55, 125, Carlton, Nancy ....,...... Carnie, Warren .16, 53, 119, Carroll, Lona .......,.... Carroll, Robert .......... Cazimer 0, Lucille ..,. ....17, 54 114 Chambers, Barbara Chance, Charles . . . Christy, Roberta 17, Clancy, John ..,.... Claridy, Lynn ....... Coffey, Cohen, Cole, E Clark, William . . . Clegg, Spencer ...... Barbara ..... Bruce . . .17 dward . Coley, Dorothy Collier, Leslie .... Compton, Jon .... Conely, Andrew . . . Conta, Judy ...... Cook, Daniel 18, 54, Cook, Sandra ...., Corliss, Kathy . . . Cosby, Shiela .... 9 51, 54, ..,......17 125, 175, 176 121,126,141 .........17 ......,..17 ,...17,141 ,175, 125 .17 176 17 17 ...fQf17,55 17 55 121 .....18 'f18 ......17,55 18,5s,54,55 125, 126, 129 ,55,114,142 ,55,122,124 Seniors Cox, Mary . . Craft, Dean . . . Crane, Don .... ...18 .....18 Cremer, Joann . .. ..... 18, 55, 124, 129 Crow, Tom ,.,.. , ....... 18, 50, 55, 121 Crowningshield, David .,.......,.... 18 Curry, Michael ...,,. .... 1 8, 55, 125 D Dail, Zena .... , . .12, 18, 54, 55, 124, 129 Davies, Robert De C4666 Suzy ..... 19,55,118,12L 127 Degurse, Margaret ,.,............ . . 19 De Honey, Clarence . . Dial, Harold ...... Diederich, Kathy .... 141 ......19 ....19, ..,..19 Dimaria, Benny . . . . . .19 Dock, Jean ..... ..... 1 9 Doerck, Gay ,.... . . .19, 54 Downer, Dennis . . . ,..... . .19 Downing, Linda . ., ,... 19, 55 Dumas, Daleane , . . ..,.,.. . .19 Dunham, Judy . . . ......... . .19 Dunn, Marcy .... ,... 1 9, 118, 138 Dutelle, Jackie . . , ....... 19, 118 Dyas, Carolyn ..,.... ..,. 2 0, 147 E Easton, Sandra .... 20, 55, 128, 129, 139 Edenfield, Bruce ........ 20, 54, 118, 174 Elmore, James , .. ,........ 20, 54, 168 Emery, Jan ..................,.... 20 Enos, David , ....,.... 20, 125, 155, 157 Estebo, Phillip .................... 20 Estes, Sue .,... ,20, 50, 55, 116, 121, 127 F Fielder, Kenneth ,....,..........., 20 Fields, Stephen ......,............ 20 Finney, Sharon , .... 20 54, 123, 129, 146 Fish, Lanay ..,.. ,,,.............. 2 0 Fitzgerald, Paul ...............1... 20 Fleet, William . . . .,.. 20, 120 Frisque, Thomas . . ...... 21 Freeman, Eileen . ...., 21 G Gapp, Ronald ..... , . Garriott, Dale . . Gaskins Jerr 21 21 Hawkins, Leon .. Hawkins, Lloyd .... Hawkins, Marjorie . Hay, Orville 23, 125, Heitert, Thomas . . . Henderson, Sunnie 23, 119, 126, Hesch, Carol .,..,. Heyer, Thomas .... Hill, Janice ,..... Hines, Lou Ann . .. Hitchcock, Ronald . 125, 125, 168 164 ...22, ...22, 128, 139, 143, 160, 169 ., ..23, 125, 155, 160 144, 145 .............23,52 .23,54,114,121,164 ....,.,.........23 .. . ..54, 124, 126 .. , ......... 23 Hobson, Betty ........ 23, 54 Hoffman, Joan . ,. .... 23, 51, 116 Holm, Carol ............... 23, 54, 144 Holmes, Kathleen 23, 53, 55, 114, 121, 124, 147 Holsclaw, Marjorie ..,...... 23, 55, 146 Holstine, Gerry .......1........,.. 23 Holstrom, Bonnie .. .... 24, 124 Honn, Robert ..... Hopkins, Lynne ....,....,...... 23, 55 Hostetler, Shirley ..... ,............ 2 4 Huckstep, Judith .,.,... 24, 54, 123, 146 Hudkins, Charlene ...... 24, 55, 118, 147 Hulett, David ....... ,..... 2 4, 54, 125 Humphries, Sherilyn . .. .... 24, 55, 141 Hurley, George . ,..., .,....., 2 4 Huska, Andrew ..... ...., 2 4 I Iott, Charles , . , .............. . .24 Irwin, Charlotte . ................ 24 Irwin, Richard ...... 24, 51, 54, 117, 121 Isaacs, Patricia J Jack, Lourae .. Jenkins, Sharon . Jennings, Judy .... 124 ....24,54, Jensen, Robert . , ,..,..,.,.,,.,..., 25 John, Patricia . .25, 55, 123, 124, 138, 151 Johnson, Denise ..,......... 25, 54, 124 Johnson Diane .................... 25 Johnson, Loxie ...... ..... 2 5, 144 Johnson, Richard ,.1. ....,... 2 5, 54 Johnson, Sandra . . , . . , 25, 55, 129 Jones, Bob ...,. .,.,.,,.. 2 5 K Kalil, Carl .......................... 25 Kansala, Joan ...... 25, 55, 124, 129, 138 a Y -- Gatch, Cecil ...,, Gatch, Barnett . . , Gay, Sandra .,... George, Virginia . Giacinto, Rosemarie Gofieney, Joe ...,21, 118, 119, 144 .... ..21, 118, 144 21, 121, 125, 127, 138, 168, 173 Gordon, Helene ...,..,.......,,.., 21 Gowens, Jerry .....,....,...... 21, 54 Graham, Raymond Green, Betty ........ ,.. ,..,. 21,118,126 ,...22, 50, 134 Guthrie, Donald ,... . . . , ...... .22 Hafdell, Eleanor ,. . . Hager, Eileen ..... H ...,,22 .....41 Haggard, Thomas .....,,....,...... 22 Halfacre, Scherrie 22,54,124,128,129,147 Hampton, Doreen .,......,.,....... 22 Hansen, Karen ,...........,..,. 22, 55 Hansen, Leela .. ..... 22 Harbert, Martin . ...... 22 Harshman, Carol . .,... 22, 55 Harter, Joanne . . .....22 Kellenberger, Conrad ...,......,... Kenning, Henrietta .... .25 .26,55, 121 168 144 Kepner, Ed ..... .... 2 6, 55, 118, Killorn, Leslie . . . ..... 26, 54, King, Kenneth , . , .......,... . .26 Kirby, Kathleen . ......... 26, 55, 142 Klepper, Janice ........ 26, 54, 115, 146 Klepner, Joe ...,.. ,.,....... 2 6, 118 Knight, Carol . ,........ 26, 55, 121. 124 Kolpacoff, Florence ........,.... 26, 54 Krawchak, Mike ,.....,,.......... 26 Krider, Don .,.........,.......,., 26 Kruk, Janet .... 26, 51, 55, 121, 123, 124 Kunkel, Kenneth . .26, 155, 157, 160, 162 L Lachman, Alan ..,... ..., 2 6, 54, 116 Lane, Joseph ........., .....,.,. 2 7 Lane, Roberta .....,.......,...,., 27 Lane, Sharon 27, 50, 54, 115, 119, 121, 124, 129, 144 Lashlee, Leonard .................. 27 Laudrum Barbara ,.,.,. ...,.,... 2 7 Leach, Nancy ,... . . .27, 55 Lear, Fred ..... .....27 mr 167 .38, 123, 124, 127 4 -4 4 Leiier, William 27, 54, 119, 121, 125, 175, 176 Leitner, George ....,....,......... 27 Lesko, Barbara ......... 27, 55, 124, 129 Lester, Donna ..................... 27 Lewis, Jerry .... 27, 53, 155, 157, 160, 162 Lindsten, Eric 27, 125, 155, 157, 158, 168, 170 Linnan, Charlene ...... 27, 123, 129, 141 Lloyd, Dorothy .................... 28 Lopez, Robert ..,.......... 28, 175, 176 ,1Lord, Kathleen . .28, 54, 55, 117, 129, 147 Panhorst, Charles .,,.,....... ......32 Pareng Judy .... 32,55,123,128,129,147 Parsons, Kent , ...,......... . Patterson, Virginia .......... ......32 ......32 Payne, Richard . .32, 50, 54, 116, 121, 167 Peak, Ethelinda ............. Pergl, James ...... Perkins, William .... Petty, John . .,.......... ,. . . Phillips, Sharon .....,..,.... Pierce, John ....... 32, 54, 125, ......32 .....32 ..,..32 ......32 ,.32, 114 Starman, Barbara , Steele, Phil ......,. Steiding, Nancy .. Stepek, Corey ....,. Stephens, Wayne . . Strazz, Sharon .... Strom, Sue ......, ..,....,.......37 .12,37,52,16o,16a ...,.......,37,s5 ....,..37,125,141 37,52,114,164,149 ..... ...37, 118, 143 ...37,54,57,58,115 Sturdyvm, Brenda ,,.... ........... 3 7 Sullivan, Gary .. Summers, Patricia . Sunbury, Robert . Szalay, Sharon . . . ., ...... ......... 2 8 Lorenz, Marjorie . . . Lorentz, Mike Loveland, Robert . ............28, 52 .. ....,......... 28 114,144 Lowe, Jeannette ,... . . , .28, 52, McCabe, Patricia . McCaslin, Nancy 28, 51, 55, 121, 124, 140, McClure, Kenneth . .28, 125, 117, 168, McCray, Mary . . . McFeeley, James ........ 28, 54, 125, McHailie, Beverly . Mclntyre, Michael Maehler, Mike , . . Maki, Richard M .......-..2a 141 173 118 155 .. ......,....... 28 .......... H28 29, 55, 114, 115, 125, 129, 173 Mangold, Stanley . Manley, Michael . . . Marshall, Tom . . . Martina, Russell . Martin, Jeannie .,.. Martin, Joyce , .... Martin, Mary ..,, Martindale, Gary . .,...............29 .,.. ,..29, 117, 121 .. .,....,.... 29 .. ....,....... 29 ........,.29,147 ....29,58,54,124 138 Marusa, Marthajane. . .29, 55, 124, , Mehlberger, Mary ,29, 55, 57, 59 136, hlickelson, izafen . ..29, 53, 118: 137, .29 147 Mathewson, Anne ,... ..,.. , 29, 54, 127 138 144 123 Miles, Suzie ..... Miller, Charles . . . .......N..3Q ,30 Miller, Karen ..,... 30, 55, 127, 128, 143 Miller, Wayne ..... ,... 3 0, 155, 157, 168 Miner, Eunice Minnis, Francys .. Mitchel, Philip .. Mitter, Charlene . Monetta, Gary . . , Monette, Richard . Moore, Charles . . . Morlan, Larry .... Mott, Elwood .... Muir, Elnora- , , Muzzy, Sharon . . . Neil, Laura ...... Newcomb, Douglas Newell, James . .. Nicodemus, Jody ..... Niemi, Janice .... Nishifuzi, Mutsumi Nored, Cary ...,. Norton, Elizabeth ..,. ..31, 55, 122, .... ..s1, 65, 121, .30 ...:.30, 54,121 305354 ....fS2Q13b,is5f 158 ,.........30,168 . .. .30, 155, 157 141 ....30,127, .....,,,...30 ,.... ....30 N ...........31,55 127 173 31, 54, 114, 135: .31 31, 54,129, 140, 141 147 124 Pierce, Marna ..... Piubeni, Paul . . . Porter, Billie .... Potts, Douglas .... Powell, Elizabeth ,. , .... 32,54,124 ....33,128,l29 33,119,141,144 , . ............ 33 Price, Patrick . .,...... 33, 125, 168, 170 Priest, Brenda ....,..... 33, 55, 124, 141 Purczynski, TobyAnn Puterbaugh, Carlton . ..,......... 33 Putnam, Carolyn ....,... 33, 55, 121, 126 Q Quist, Donald ..,.... .,... 3 3, 50 R Radici, George ...,.. ........ 3 3, 54 Ralston, Kay . .. Ray, Nancy Real, John . . . Reed, Dean ....... ..f1f34,54,125, .33 155 34,119,144,14s 176 Renfro, Larry ..... 34, 125, 155, 175, Reynolds, Thomas . Rhodes, .lo Ellen 34, 54, 55, Richter, Nola ..... Rieve, Karen ..... Roberson, Robert .. Robinson, Bruce . , . Robinson, Richard . Rochelle, Bobby . . . Romiguiere, Jack. .. 122,124,128,129,144 ............34,141 ..,.............34 .. .... 34, 164 Rubottom, Michael . . . Rutherford, Linda . Rutherford, Roger . 1 s St. Romain, Patricia Sambrano, Arthur . Sando, Avis ...... Santurro, Bob .... ......34 .. .............. 34 ...34,52,160,162 . ..,,.....,.. 35 35 35 35 . . . . .35 121,174 Sanza, Angelo ....... 35, 55, 65, Scharnhorst, Leslie Schettig, Carol .... .....35 ..35,55 Schiller, Marilyn .... 35, 55, 114, 122, 146 Schneider, Sharon . Schott, Artie ...... Schultz, Brenda . .. Schwab, Richard .....,35 .35, 125 35, 53, 88, 115, 155, 157, 164, 168, , 171 147 170 139 Scott Mary Anne .... 36, 54, 129, , szuch, David ..38,4121, T Tamila, Stephen .... Taylor, Judith ..,.,. Taylor, Raymond ..,.. Telles, Helen ........ Thornburgh, Hale ......,...........37 ...,...,.....38,54 .....,..,,........38 125, 167, 168, 173 ,.......38,116 .....3s,54,118 .........,...38 ..........3s,55 38, 54, 116, 118, 119, 125, 144, 145, 168, 170 Thornton, Bill 38, 125, 141 Tiberg, Lynn ........ Tolbert, Andrea ...... Trail, Tom ,.... . . Tuve, Perry .,.... .... 3 9, 51, 116, Twedt, Robert ..... U Uecker, Shirley 39, 55, 121 V Vanlandingham, Harley Vint, Vinton ,......,, Von Willer, Robert Vultaggio, Charles .... W Ward, Martha ...,,.. ,15s,157,16o,162 ..3a, 55, 121, 129 141 .,..U..,38 .38 126 ,124,129,139,142 .....39,121,167 168 .U..,3Q , ,...,,. 39 Wardell, Caroline .... 39, 50, 51, 52, 57, 58, 115 Webster, George ..... Wellong, Robert ..... Wells, Sandra ..,. Welty, Joanna . .. Werner, Shirley . . , West, Rahea ...... . . Westphal, Jeanne ,.... Whitaker, Robert . . . White, Fred .,.,,. White, John ......... White, Judy ,....., Whitehurst, Merrily. . Wilkie, Paul .,....,. Williams, Brian ,..,,. Williams, Donald . . , Williams, Douglas , Willis, Yvonne ..,.. 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