Mullen High School - Hoofbeats Yearbook (Denver, CO)

 - Class of 1960

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Father Thomas Feely Chaplain X Miss Rose Mary Wolsieffer Secretary L0 en' QM rf fo WN Mi' aff 'gwgg WS-W4 W4 Q Y y 0 N f x. Q K A ' wht, 1 i t Aw X QQ' A' F029 A M K x gf' H , y 5 fihivfv' 2 I X 2,320 SOWb4W440 Left to right: Secretary, Ed Allang President, Curt Taylorg Vice -President, Mike Mullxn, Treasurer, Garry McNally. Brother Andrew F.S .C . Senior Sponsor 4 SN' .-im... .. .W .. .. S.. .. . g gai... .. . .... .,.,., . rf.: :,. ,,-,-,,. nw -- en. s.,.,,.,.:m,.,.,. E .- .3 1.7 .:....r.,g-jQ??.,r,. Y . ...... :. ...Wg 4 ....:. .M .:. R :. A. w .. - 3. ,W ...B , . W :E nm .. 3' 5T ..- ED CLEMENTS--Sodality: 1,2,3, 4. Speech: 3,4. Benildus Club: 4. C.C.D.2. Choir: 2. "M" Club: 1,2,3,4. Track 1,45 Baseball: 2. Football: 1,2,3,4. Hooibeats Staff: 4. Dramatics 4. Q, QU li! H H, M 5 o is 3 if 2 , LARRY CZERNIAK--Science Club: 4. "M" Club: s,4. Choir: 3. Rifle Club: 1. Basketball: 3. Football: 2. 9 C.C.D. 2. MJ V THOMAS BENDER--Sodality a,4. W V 1 M , bf - f- 1 Y , q , A AR T BADER--Class officer: 1,2. Rifle Club: 1. Hoofbeats 2,4. ' Mustang Staff: 2. Speech 1 Dramatics: l,4. Band 1,2. Choir 4 . ,4. f 13" li ' K T BILL ABBEY--Band: a,4. f' u nn Y fuk L AND -Ci U REW BURKE--Sodality: 2,3, 4. Speech: 2,3,4. Dramatics: 2,3,4. Choir: 2,3. Mustang Staff: 3,4. Science Club: .4. Latin Club: 4. 10 'H K Q. N BRUCE EGLOFF--Sodality: 1,2,3, fOfficer 41. Sodality Council: 3,4. Class Officer: 2,3. Mus- tang Staff: 1,2,3,4. "M" Club: l,2,3,4. Choir: 1. Student Council Representative: 4. Benildus Club: 4. Baseball: 1, 2,3,4. Basketball: 1,2,3,4. xxvfmn Iliv + ,, . . Z. an QQ l 1 " : ' ' ' Q ,LML f -Ag, 1.- 4! g ,MI r '- AUM W Nw! gy.. 'uw 'r , " Nw an N 'Hy m m "H ,V . H' le -7:-QI. Q 21: so llllll ,Ki J'W,b A 2 Q7 TED GUTIERREZ--sodanqn 1,z, 3,4. Band: 1. 'Hifi'-' Em 'QLQJT , 4 4 if Fdafffff Die 'Z6fZQ,'1'fp:.e.. GARY FRANC--Sodalityz 2,3, . Speech: 2,3,4. Dramatics: 2, 3,4. Mustang Staff: 1,2,3,4. Hoofbeats Staff: 4. Science Club: 4. Choir: '2. Benildus Club: 4. Cheerleader: 3,4. C.C.D.: 2. Honor Society: 1,2. -of f'Q 11 K X N x 'f MANUEL N. CHAVEZ--Sodalityz 3,4. "M" Club: 2,3,4. Boxing: 2. Track: 1. Dramatics: 4. Football: 1,2,3. Basketball: 2,3. : gf .M V Mn Vg. JOE ARTHUR DE LEON-- Dramatics: 2. Band: 2. HW 6 La H W , X 3951.334 N X T Oo ' gb . 9 S 29-.12 uf ,f W ' x M M V. V mm.,-. iw w -. ...gd 55 715, L! f 1 4 all .J 6' JOE PERME--"M" Club: 3,4. Choir: 2. Band: 1. Baseba 1,2. Football: 1,2,3,4. WZ.: Q. ,f I FRED P. I-IERCEG--Sodalityz 3,4. "M" Club: 3,4. Track: 1. Football: 2. Basketball: 1,2,3. .WWW 5" Www. '5M...w MMM.. www... , I Q ,:,., :::,, . .:,., . . N JJ Z M V Axxxv HRM mm-v We wx-v v xfxxx WAMQEXAQSQMNQENMWM Q J . :-:: . . ' 1 "7 ' v . W H-wi., Www ,A A 4K,55...1.21W. pw W.. .W A M rx 3 0' I1-. :x....Kg: ... www N? J 5 if Aikm "Y I , 'WEb1W'm'f S: 4 ,. X W Vfim... - -ia .. . 5... J,,N ,X,,,,: W X' W TW 9: ::: : ifffrksm .:N ?l'pV3:I I . mn Rt: ' Sw. QQ i H: HN Y 7 H31 " - QW? 'N R... as .. 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U 'L .wx ' mi' LH... .Q-. .mf-. .... wma.- : ' :"W'm. -...W ...W-.w .WA .3 " 'M Vaf..w...+w..w... ,. ... . . ..... M... M. Mwmwh My 13 Pm... mm.-' ....... . ... -..N ' JOHN W. SMITH--Sodality: 1,2, 3,4. Speech: 1,2,3,4. Dra- rnatics: 2,3. Mustang Staff: 1 2,4. Hoofbeats Staff: 4. Rifle Club: 1. "Y X ,JM 4, Hbfin J! VV I :V-'CY I, f, J, H 1 L" Wifi ,tv A , 1 H ,,19,,,,,' Nfl ,- , V' l L' 'CML I ifzmdi fffiwf GF' :W 4' r , , X if ,XJ .1 1 GARRY McNAI.LY--Benildus ay, 15,5 511 M, J ,ifzdpjg ,-ga, H Club: 4. Choir: 4. C.C.D. 2. 1' K f"'A "M" Club: 3,4. Boxing: 3. ,f',f."4.gL,fffi1f Mfg,-g:,.'4 - Cheerleader: 3,4. Class Offi- 'ff Q cer: 4. Student Council: 4. ' N W 7 Mustang Staff: 4. Hoofbeats Qlfuf staff: 4. Basketball: 1,z,3. f 1' Dramatics: 3 ,4. 3 I N if 1 rf, Q. 7 14 54441 U eyed fl N V 4 N- 4 X of .7 rx , TERRY McNALLY--Sodalityz 1,3, 4. Benildus Club: 4. Mustang Staff: 3, fEditor 4j. 'Hoofbeats Staff: 4. Choir: 1,3,4. "M" Club: 3,4. Boxing: 3. School Photographer: 3,4. Speech: 3. Drarnatics: 3,4. I Q 'VW www sig? ww W my W: A bf? H 'ma is is 1 ? 55 im Era JACK LILIENTI-IAL Sodahty 2 3 4 Mustang Staff 2. Student Counc11 2 Class Officer 2 I -.-R 'SQL f' Q Eames? mafmymg w Sf m iee lg .L W 5 Q ?A , Q - X? E ,MM flj HE W Q1 fs v H L NORMAN REISCH--Sodality: 1, 2. Speech: 1. Football: 1. C.C.D: 2. A Us Q00 df QQ I xv: K RON GERBER--Sodalityz 2,3, . X fOfficer 41. Class Officer: 1,2, 3. Student Council: 3. Mustang Staff: 4. Dramatics: 4. C.C.D.: 2. "M" Club: 3, u 4. Benildus Club: 4. Baseball: V' j 1,2,3,4. Football: l,2. Basketball: 1,2,3,4. ."'v.g U .-515' my lf.: 5: E1 .. avi ?if'g.:".nw'x . 1 wa2e?5T N 3 Lg fum. :I -4 dw V5 2:41- a 'Q' fa. ...ze ...' I: 3 .ig F' W O EE w az m, 1 Lu. , , RON KIGER--Student Council: 1. Class Officer: 1. "M" Club: 1,2,3,4. Baseball: 1,2. Basketball: 1,2,3. Football: 1, 2,3,4. Track: 1. -cf is - 16 ,QF EDALLAN--Baseball: 1,2,3,4. Honor Society: 1,2. Glee Club: 2. Class officer 1,2,3,4. Stu- dent Councilz 3, Q4 Officerj. .,.. .N - .rv . , - 4 Arau TURNER--Class Officer: . Student Council: 1. "M" lub: 1,2,3,4. Baseball: 1,2, . Basketball: 1,2. Football: ,2,3. :Q mg 1 2 1 CH:-:Q K ,, fr" N 'Y y. 1 , .-X-iz.-3 1 :. - 1-. W.-. -L-W. .g , -A arg. Y2f5..5,9.'- - V M Q 5- -A pm.: QA- .,f'A, 1x.. -.J -.,,-- '-g.-t,:f,.,- J, an V an ' L: gpm., , Um, fx A n " il .1 fi M : uxiwwvk A N X 'X " My al xi ' NMMA M 1 Q, MMM K, mm 0 , Xu y. v ADALBERT WATSON: --Sodality: 2,3,4. Band: 1. Choir: 2. Track: 1 Football: 1,2 3,4. ' r "M" Club: 4.., fl, v , 4 rfifp if-,.-- 17, . M I .w ff' L5 1 , 1 W - V . 1: Cz!-:iii ' .. ..-... . 1' - :r: E1' W111... 11.5 A fl!. .::.:.- I .. ...., 19. g ......VY X ,.--y..E:,Eg.?E: .Q ... N, . 2 Ei' Z: . W - e 1 1? N... , . l111"'111 we " ... 1.1 1.1 .Q ., , X, ... ... ., .... ...ug , ww 1.. , .. . . .. ,,. 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Class Officer: 2. Baseball: 1. Dramatics: 2. Football: 3. Choir: 2. Student Council: 2. Track: 4. . TOM BRADLEY--Hoofbeats Staff 4. Mustang Staff 4. Boxing 2 "M" Club: 2,3,4. Rifle Club 1. Q9 Tl? I 18 amid-- -5 'I' GEORGE C. SHERMAN, JR.-- JT! sodamy: 3. C.C.D: 2. ' Q Dramatics: 2. Science Club: 4. Speech: 2. 4 PAUL WINKEL--Band: 1,2,4. Baseball: 1,2. Basketball: 1, 2,3. Football: 2,3,4. cv' , TED SHEARER--"M" Club: 1,2,3, 4. Football: 1,2,3,4. 40 4 .- " l ,,, . if . .1 .M-X' ,N ,JL .W . Wywgyl .aw . .'Q.fJWN'4'J'V, ,w.Q1's.:U'x'f4 . ' ' 'WWW' wif.. PW" f .X f H W" - F... K H W . .mf BERNARD HARBICK--Sodalityz 2, 3,4. Science Club: 4. Speech: 2. Dramatics: 2. Honor Society: 2 ,3 ,4. Club: 1,2. Band: 1,2 Q: .-. wx JAMES NELSON--Sodalityz 1,2,3, 4. Choir: 3,4. Mustang Staff: 1,z,a, qediror-nnchief 43. Hooibeats Staff: 4. Honor So- ciety: 1,2,3,4. Science Club: Q4. Presidentj C.C.D.,2. Dra- matics: 2,3,4. Speech: 1,2,3, 4. Cheerleader: 3. K p ff A f 77 5 ' ,J ea ' Glee F I5 :W fix 'C M- :lXQf,:.muw .1 W Q mm? fi.. JJ 0,1 r H 'x.fg,- ali. J , M, vu., tffltl .jkflj f :U , L c , 4 : QQ 'll ' 1. ., " Kyo . ,-,A V I MM .U L U niffgl Y",-:Mu 1 " -. f Ny. X11 L I , ky .,.: ff IQIUI K J' K! u' ' X - 9 n 1, 'f- ' S Q J, J! h ' ' 20 Council: 3,4. Sodality: 3, fPrefect 4j Beiiildus C1 4. "M" Club 2,3,4. Boys' State: 3. Choir: 2. C.C. 2. Baseball: 1,2,3,4. Cla Officer: 2,4. Student Co 4. Honor Society: 1. Spe Z,3,4. Dramatics: 3. Foo 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL MU LLIN - -Soda lity W W af QM CURT TAYLoR--s0da1ify: 1,2,s, U fOfficer 41. Class Officer: 2,3 by ,l 1 1. L 4 SWANSON--"M" Club: 2,3, . Track: 1. Boxing: 2. Foot- all: 1,2,3,4. 4. Student Counc11: 3, QPresident 41. Sodality Coun- cil: 3,4. Benildus Club: 4. "M" Club: 1,2,3,4. Track: 1. Baseball: 2,3,4. Basketball: 1, 2,3. Football: 1,2,3,4. 1 711 M54 gl., -X 'x xi' 1 9 N HQ N ' U RICHARD GOEBEL--Sodalityz 2 . Band: 1,2 . N6 .CQU- -J LI 1 if 4 Q an MH E :H 2- , - -'-'-' 5 2 J Y L W It . ff ,: , I ':': 'J' Iwi mf 'J 151 ' Xu: :.:.:.:.:::ipg,,:::.:. Q X Y H qi' " P3 wx -fax: ' GREGORY TURNER--Class Offi- cer: 1. "M"Club: 1,z,s,4. Baseball: 1,2,3,4. Basketball: 1,2. Football: 1,2,3,4. uw w uw 'ff Ei ir' f, , W, ' i pf Q? O 4 N LOON--Sodali ' 5 . Y - M . l uStangStaff: 1 1,2,3, 1. Spee h: 4- . 2,3- OED 253- Dralmagig-dl l,2,3, - . Honor Socigty: ,x I W X T 1 l f a 5 . HAR - l RY BEVING To MIKE PTYAN--"M" Club: a,4. ' N . . : . f -I 22 --Hoofbeats 4. Choir 3,4 Boxmg 2,3 Football: 3. ,mam GM '5 F' N 5Q.l m I ffm Wx X" M ESQ f QQ. ww' C5 ff , Q 5 f 1 ' X Q5 ,ff I a I N Q, swfx, X MGE A: Qj r" ' N ' X L-'lbw' -.JL aachfaQ4445,eoan4ofz4 Brother Mark F.S.C Junior A. IV uzx,Q5+S!i+iw" Mr. Frank Rino Junlor B mm ?6!a440,gaaa4 Left to right: Dennis Bailey Nice-Presidentj, Eddie McDer- mott QSecretaryj, Tom Colacito fPresidentj, John Dominguez KTIBHSUISI, Left to right Andy Schell fTreasurerj, Mike Crowley fPI8S1dCI1tJ, George GeorgesonfSecretaryj, Bud Taylor 1ce if Mx 6161 K KW by ff M Q, PATRONS X 6cMrs. Ziereis Mr. SLMIS. Wm. Pontarelli Littleton Gas Scoil, 33 Zorro Bret Maverick Mr. 8zM.rs. A. D. McGill Mile Hi Fruit 8:Vegetab1e Mr. 8zMrs. F. E. Kunz Mr. 6aMrs. James P. Moore J. J. Smid 8cFamily Watson Realty Co. Mr. 8zMrs. Felix Pogliano, Jr Mr. 8zMrs. C. J. Connell Mr. cS:Mrs. Joe Liss Dunbar Jewelers Englewood Press Miss Clematin Simones 4 1 2 f . amz- if PM Q -, 1 4 . N ,iffy E. ' "'f'14a -' x 3' M. K 5' fu ,T , .. Q f' ,.., Q v X XM . Y N., .11 . , s. I nga' I 1 xg' I if . . 1, , K ,-l.1,5ywf, H535 '- 1 1 QMS ' -E: jf-'QQ !' 5 y'- N- - ,aff x 29 -5 fs Zh-, ,...?,, E , 7. , H, ijjj. .' D , X 55 Q ki M- wm. l . Y... M6 x., . It ar- ? f D I-gvf J 'ww , M., Q , mr N ffl' Ewa lf war 1 if? If 'T gli . .vga -4,15- lvfv I ,. A KNEELING: Danny O'Keefe, Allen Maerz, Brian Landis. STANDING Peter Kirwan, Dennis Lane, George Learned. KNEELING: Bob Keller, Larry Galvin, Bill Gilbert. STANDING: David Johnson, Mike Flood, Gerry Kaveny, Steve Hill. 27 f NJ WM N 1,"1, O 4' .. A , fm 1 p . KNEELING: Rodetic Guilford, Harold Eldredge. STANDING: Joe Koval, Ray Hart, Edward Hart, Mike Lenihan KNEELING: John Roche, Fran Schell, Tim Sands. STANDING: Joe Valencia, Rick Sorenson, David Rivera, David Van Loon. 1 A-, T- J-Li' ,. w 1 1 gx .:,: ' W--sg ,:.:a as i .., E W v 5 ..:,,, Q :- my if 3.1, . W ff Q T t.. rf I Q52 131 'Q YQ- S357 V I- - 'elrixxv ,. 3, :IW 2- M, , ,1 'N ,+I .. V V 4 ,Q .,- I-M INT ,tty Q ij A ' x" ,. ,. 7 . H ."l'. -' 'R' ew Qi ,, '., w wa A .JR E " -. AA I lg 4 l ' J J E I" ,za if H Lug, I-gxk L Left to right: Pat Rounds, Jim Sirokman, Tony Tavcar, Dick Struck, Joe Smith, Ron Steinbacle Left to right: Phil Albus, Pat Murray, Bob Dunlap, Frank Braham, Jerry Dyess, Jack Bills. al' .5 -, .Ww- :Q,111,',d ,,- gat 1-x E? Z Q Y w N S, M ,ff', X119 XX f XX Y 1 , m SOPLQNUYQA Q Q owl P sd lyme, fo ECN XR mis f 'KP-' 0, W - A v", fl A1 V+- ,, Sophomore 1 "XB" Sponsor BIQlZhBIVQ.3I11i2.'l1 F .S.C. ,y 'JL . 4 L Philip Chik QTreasurer, Mike Pogliano fSecretaryj, Rick Steck CV-Presidentj, Kenny Dowd fPresidentj PATRONS Miss Nora Talty Terry McCormack Mr. 8:Mrs. R. E. Barth M.r. 8zMrs. Thos. Wilde Student Printers Sanitary Plumbing Srl-Itg. Mr. 8zMrs. Gene Unger Mr. 8:Mrs. Joe S. Urban Mrs. Katherine Eldredge Mr. John D. Eldredge Workman Studio 6:Camera. Shop Mr. Joseph W. Talty Supreme Liquors Mr. 8cMrs. L. A. Higgins Mr. Alloyd Moody Felix Pogliano Holly Hills Chevron px 'ff- " .' Vx , A JK. L Cx V , 534. 1, hx ,Q STANDING: A1 Gagne, President--Nlike Fariss, Secretary. KNEELIIQGQ 1PT1a5dJPo1ichio, 'Ffeasureru Herb Younger, V. President. V . u PA T530 . :gig-6-S' EQJVS s 9: . St cg S, g Q ev Mr 0 el? 5 'R' " : A6 eoo S' Ooobbeezor- N Q 515' ff' Q Z J 11 7b 4 K ' ' b S' Q40 I"e12fe rslzlbiu 2 "Q v ' S- 'JU S.D 00 5 , 4 'Gbcbefe S-H11 " ' ' JQSOU-Isegtfs' 063' Grabber F i " RQ 'DJ Tdfeba afbol. X .- Az. Ss P6 1'8ver'Q' 10 O6 , 'N Ja ' VD'-lgcfzq 1' f '21 ' R, Jak 'fe X ' K' f . , ' f12?'C5jlf,MabQTa1'ye s8a'7y f 'nf AQ. S' If S. Hoey AQ. ' S ' R ' C346 -Y. 4 wart' Feb!! S' R Idea wood ago Ive 64. ,iff-1 0011 861- 33 Q w 1 X, - V I n l . fig.: , ,. ' 4 'f uf ' 'ff 4' LQ +2 L , L '12 , f , ,fmt : Y - A rx L fi-.Q 'V E Ti Left to right: Robert Lauman, Charles Kunz, Lee McGill, Robert Kinkel, Joe Lucero, Larry Konersmann, and John Lucero. 34 i Left to right: John Cernick, Ray Bergner, David Connell, Daniel Arps, Jerry Bertsch, John Crowfoot, and John Furstenberg. Mr. 8aMrs. Potter Mr. Kevin Moore Mr. 8:Mrs. Leonard Arps Rick Montagne Mr. 8zMrs. James Carroll Consolidated Parts of Colo. David Potter Dardano Produce James D. Joy Mr. 8zMrs. Ben Dominguez Mr. 8zMrs. Ferdinand Lauman Chuck Thomas M.r. 8:Mrs. Alameda Mr. 8zMrs. Peiper Mr. 8:Mrs. A. I. Roberts John Schneider Jamieson Hatchery Greg Thomas i A 1 N ' Tw o "4 STANDING. Leroy Stracener, Larry Swartwood, Rrchard Sherman. ED Schroer, Dave Rutkofsky, Joe Talty. 35 . v ,,,- . "5 5 194:- NA", 'r ,, ' .-.A , V W 249' Mwmn-um.. STANDING: Gerry Falconetti, Don Ho Bob H Bill G ,Q X N Sq in arbick. KNEI iddings, Rich uh x Q, -2- 7. y , ,S 'I 'Z if VUE i , e Left to right: Dennis O'Brien, Ron Pfannenstiel, Joe Robb, Jim Prebish, Frank Rendon, Danny O'Donne1l. SEATED: Kevin Moore, Daniel Potter, and Mike Roberts. STANDING: Bill Pontarelli, Rick Montague, Harms Pieper, and Alloyd Moody. 37 J' AMN ,ef T f any Xf' , T. S' Vw -P5 -WML 221. W ' , ' fT?'35- 'L 'Q A Aff' STANDING: Bill Anselmo, George Archambault, Tony Clements. SEATED: Dick Blake, Tony Chiodini, David Aragon. N gi, Heli Q 38 35 X75 'V . ,Lf R , 42 ,,e, , ' ,I ,P J 6- 1.1 f ' n' I 2' , 1" , , . MM i Bill McDonald, David Klausner, Jim Lehnerz, Dave Netzel. KNEELING: Richard Lucero, Bill NNY Q . .x x ' x 'X V f . , ,tx-Q. , ' X Xxfxx N .xi , ,Q xxx ., X 'x X . xx Left to right: John Waggener, Richard Turilli, Frank Trujillo, Tony Vigil, Nick Scherrer, Mike Weiand. 39 H P vis WI K' I . , 5 46 S ,,,,..x vb FIRST ROW: Jerry Sheridan, Bob Schult. SECOND ROW: Donald Robidoux James Smid Jerr Y Rooney, Jlohn Schneider, Tony Simones. , , W W, , A -,nl ,. --.CU -,u SEATED: Mike Taylor, Joe Ziereis, Bob Schwiegerath, Charles Tuffield. STANDING: George Charles Thomas, Mike Sweeney. 3 I ., -Er- , 'I I . ' ,. V- 44 y . f 11,7 my U N M 2 p ' or S X rebl' QM P 6 m Mm men I9 . :iw 02 xffb uf mf-.X 91 W mfg Y qt 1 ,X fl' f , 1 :gyms 'gs' ,iQ'x I N X V29 Wf Q1 WET? if x Q 5 L W 4 li if x N1 vs, M, Y N vlff... i n I 393' 1 Ifff' -- 'TX Brother Joseph F.S.C. ' ER Freshman "B" Sponsor I. ,lv Class Officers --3 R. Venier--Secretary, G. Kottenstette--President, B. Coons--Vice-President, C. Van Landingham--Treasurer 7"'l-: 'Hr- 1-ruler v-+- 4 Brother Xavier F.S.C. Freshman "C" Sponsor Class Officers: Left to right-- James Pike--Secretary, Thomas Crump--Vice -President, Norris Nevils--President, Larry Cooley--Treasurer 43 rv' WA' r '7- 1.71 W gg fu wr 11' H '-15 u em f'W'iZ?5ilH"v4R1"F mms r QeQr..fwr' , .:.g.:H 1 N... , ,,.,,,..5 iv W ' finial, .- -, .X 1 , J l V1 If .. I. I ., , ,q I. N . 1 1 ,J 4. V If 11 Brother Leopold F.S .C . Freshman "A" Sponsor PATRONS University Hills Barber Sh Brother Denys N. Moody C. L. DeKok Brother Xavier Freshman C Joan S. Palmer Mrs. Distefano Francis X. Waters John Croff Linda de Luca Chris Gonzalez Howard P. Carroll 1 Mr. KLMIS. John Floreila ff-ff, Mr. 8:Mrs. E. T. Egloff ff Mr. D. C. Paladino Mrs. D. C. Paladino OP JT,-I Left to right: Dennis Sullivan QS:-xcretaryj, Rodrick Coffey ffreasurerj, Rick Egloff, fPresidentj, and John Whalen fV -President, 44- ' 1' . 3- ..v ,E 5? ,N KNEELING: Tom Rowe, Benny Maes, Andy Maes. STANDING: Jim Brik, Richard Croff, Mike Arnold. W "Q 1 ,. ,.--'H , , KNEELING: Robert Adams, Ted Delux, Richard Rapue, and Alex Rohr. STANDING: Michael Harker, Donald Cook, Richard Duckworth , Paul Eldredge, and Laured I-Ieronema.. 45 gr L '4 jN KNEELING: John Hartman, Richard Lindsay, Peter Klismet, and William Haskamp. STANDING: Richard Finuf, Arthur Lingle, Gregory Kaminski, Andrew Kramer, Robert Kistler. 46 KNEELINC: Ernest Ferguson, Joh Brimbery, Joe Maestas. STAND th MacDonald, Dennis Cutting, Eustice, Paul Stolting. KNEELING: John Kotowski, Joseph Wing, Timothy Babineau STANDING: Dennis Skipper, Steve Gonzales, Jim Wilson, Lawrence Knudson. Left to Right: Emmett Meis, A1 Skipton, Wayne Walling, Mike Evans, John Martinez, Tim Peranni, Dennis Talty, Bill Vanrnatre. A ,rf SITTING: Greg Thomas, Jim McNamee, Rick Matson, Rick Paladino. STANDING: Jeff Palmer, Jean Milan, Robert Rice, Pete Croff. 48 Nl x xl X , M X-- gfxmm QW SITTING: Terry Carroll, William Alexander . STANDING: Ted Cornett Ga Brown Robert TY ,X Classen: Robert Cerxlich, Robert Barth, Gary Coe . X if ll 1 STANDING: Bill Bradley, Jack Oterro, Joe Nygren, Greg Blohm, Steve De Kok, Ronald Baker. KNEELING: Richa Raymond, Thomas Simones, Jerry Gussie. l K Q iff" ,f - J' j W1:7,QLw7L-ADW! PATRONS Richard Paladino The Marigold Cafe Mr. 8zMrs. George Skipper I-Iallingsworth Boys The Turilli Family Westwood Chevron Gas Station Mrs. Mary Otterston Kistler Claim Service Robert's Nurseries, Inc. Kwik Shake Inn 50 PATRON LISTINGS Al's Club Mr. cSzMrs. Thomas Kramer Mainline Barber Shop E. P. Tander Frank L. Byers Skipton Family Art Chenal Mr. 8cMrs. E. McGuire Mr. 8cMrs. Cooly Mrs. Walker Mr. 6zMrs. Crowley Mr. 8zMrs. Vogt Charles Yoder Colo. Office Supply J. Roper Mr. 8zMrs. Keller Reliable Linen Service EELING: Phil Cowan, Boyd Scott, Michael Wagner, Joseph Seal, Timothy Hower, and Vicent Dunn. STANDING aniel Van Loon, Larry Denning, Dennis Chiodini, Ronald Moeder, and Raymond York. 51 M F'- fx Jn is F ,xr M f., .I N 1 'Q K .Am Greg? At work? ff? II .-145 X 5" W ,, hr v. a'v I .,v Q. 1 ' :Q 5 M-gr,-. C Ki, Q O WILSON AND WILSON CONGRA TULA TIONS SENIORS REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 2896 So. Broadway Englewood, Colorado Art's Bay Service Mr. Ed. Doody Mrs. Esrnel Midul Charles Fetterhoff Robert Cernich Dr. and Mrs. Howard E. Swanson Carol Walker Egloff Family Folger's Coffee Mr. Arthur D. Bader GIGANTIC AT WOODLAWN One Hour Cleaners I35 Woodlawn Shopping Center Pyramid 4-0479 Liflleton Blvd. of Windemere ZOB rqant wwf' QM if XS. gmflfglw 6 fo rfb X fl? 6 r 1 0 f o ,K X 1-0 EZX M QW' XB EM rfsiiijiv X ,X X X: X, :X 51 :XXX XJ' 'X :X XX X4 'X :XM ,X X X,fX, X, ,X ,X X, QWX X' XX li ,X :X :X we ' 'X ' ,X :X :X 1:'X gp Jew 1 X ,X X X X, ,X X X - .gy,,,X' -iw Xl? XX 'X XVQXD' X 'T' ,XXX XXXXJWX WW 4 H 'K pi' -Sf M 5 SEATED: Bruce Egloff, Garry McNally ftreasurerj, Curt Taylor Qlaresidentj, Mike Mullin fV ice Presidentj. STANDING: Herb Younger, Richard Eg1oH, A1 Gagne, Andy Schell, Jerry Dyess, Norris Nevils, Eddie Allan QSecretaryj, Mike Crowley, Tom Colacito, Kenny Dowd, Eugene Kottenstette. The Student Council is the organ of self -government of the student body, through class representatives and acts as a planning agent for programs for the student body. 54 fficers: FIRST ROW: Ron Gerber, Mike Mullin, Bruce Egloff, and Curt Taylor. SECOND ROW: Terry McNally, ohn Smith, Andy Burke, Gary Franc, Tom Bender, Ed Clements, Bernie Harbick, Jim VanLoon, Jack Lilienthal. IRD ROW: Brother Joseph fModeratorj, Fred I-Ierceg, Jim Nelson, George Georgeson, Mike Crowley, George earned, Mike Flood, Bud Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Gary Matson, Mike Sweeney, Robert Kinkel, Torn Colacito, oe Pike, A1 Gagne, Pat Roper. FIFTH ROW: Eddie McDermott, Gerald Dyess, Leland McGi11, George Wieder, avid Van Loon, and Tim Sands. 55 -21 smgf FRONT ROW: A. D. Bader, Garry McNally, Edward Clements. MIDDLE ROW : John W. Smith, Terry McNally Don Sims, Jim Haley, James Nelson. BACK ROW: Mike Flood, Tom Bradley, Harry Bevington, Gary Franc. if SW! EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief: James Nelson Associate Editors: Terry McNally Andy Burke Gary Franc Bruce Egloff Mullen Sefs Precedenf Wiih New Paper Format Bernard Kelly, assistant edi- tor of Empire magazine of the Sunday Denver Past, and Orin Sealy, Empire magazine pho- tographer, lent a critical eye to the newly revised and fin- ished product of the Mustang, student publication at Mullen High School, Denver. The revised Mustang has set another precedent in high school journalism by appear- ing in magazine form. The Post staff members spoke to the edi- torial staff at a specific meeting for the purpose of "topping the icing" in the long climb which produced the school paper. Both made notable comments: spoke highly of the production, an- other Mullen first, a precedent established in high school jour- nalism. Both praised the fore- mat highly, particularly the pictures and drawings which were made by the students. Brother Andrew Xavier is mod- erator oi thc Mustang. Courtesy Denver RegiSICr PATRON2, Moore Cleaners " Sidles Insurance Agency Fred 8rHugh's Barber Shop Mrs. E. McDonald Mr. 8zMrs. McKee Brentway Barber Shop Mr. 8zMrs. R. Oldenburg Mr. drMrs. Learned Mr. 8rMrs. J. Tscheschke Mr. 8:Mrs. P. A. Steinbach Kennth Stabenow Mrs. C. W. I-Iill Steve Hill Marge Vobejda Bill Gilbert Mr. R. L. Rounds Mrs. E. McGuire Mr. d:Mrs. Mark Modglin Sr O W sp, ei if-fl -fr ,, Mft, , ,,, Jgmiefsa 1 wa.gX,s43 rl time we MH 1 ,, Rpt! Univ , . H ., r l. ,Jw . it a L ferr: The Benildus Club, so named after Blessed Brother Benildus, has for its purpose the encouragement of vocations through prayer and sacrifice. One of its main activities is the monthly novena made to the Divine Child Jesus for vocations, which terminates with a Mass celebrated on the 25th of each month. We are deeply indebted to Brother Joseph F.S.C. for the fine work he has done with this club. 58 ' wad F-6.4 Sponsor: Brother Damian F .S.C. Officers: President A1 Gagne, Vice President Herb Younger, Secretary Kenny Dowd, Treasurer Greg Kaminski. LM L Hamm 20444 Sway Officers: President, Jim Nelson, Vice President--Tony Peck, Secretary--Don Sims, Treasurer--Andy Burke. 4 PATRONS Aaron Mosko Motors Mr. William J. Blohm Mr. 8aMrs. A. H. Wesselman Mr. 8:M.rs. A. H. Garbella Mr. 8cMrs. Baker I. F. Whalen The Lincoln Center Conoco Tom J. Nolan Judy Lenihan Iliff Drug Mr. 8cMrs. Kenny Neil Fox William A. Peranni Mr. 8cMrs. E. J. Nelson Ed. Smith Denver Auto Auction C. A. Matson Mr. 8.:Mrs. Ward Walling Morgan Drug Store Mr. Jerome A. Jacobs Englewood Laundromat 60 jk ,ff ,- 'Lxer 1 Missing: Gary Franc a I' - -'Z ,51!IQfT5 'C 'f' 'I . -' v', 'F 1 ' 1 4' ILBHKQ Carl Van Landingham, Daniel Potter, Kevin Moore, Dan O'Donne11, Joe Zeireis, David Netzel, Jerry Yoder, Ron Steinbeck, Dennis Bailey, Robert Kistler, Ted Cornett, Michael Harker, Rich Egloff, Tim Whalen, Herb Younger, Lee McGill, George Weider, John Justice, Arthur Lingle, A1 Gagne, Tony Clements, Dennis Sullivan, Joe Nygren, Don Sims, Pat Rounds, Bill McAllister, Terry McNally, Garry McNally, James Haley, Pat McDonald, Greg Karnins Richard Venier, Richard Lindsay, Pete Klismet, Mike Ryan, Jim Nelson, William Alexander, Lauren Heronema, Frank Braham, John Dominquez, Fran Schell, Rick Feltes, Robert Schlut, Ben Coons, Joe Seal, Tim Peranni, Mike Evans, Jim Babineau, Jim Pike, Ted Delux. ku af 'Wm-6'4"".' ' -f"1i'l7s rn r'-Hu.-i r K lr Band Director Mr. Glenn Stocking -E-. w gum! Clarinets: Paul Winkel, Bill Pontarelli, Gary Sheridan, Larry Konnersman, Jim Brik, Mike Wagner, Paul Gene Stolting. Bell Lyra: Boyd,Scott. Saxophones: Joe Koval, David Klausner. Baritone: Pat Roper. Picoloz Bill Bradley, Donald Robidoux. Trombone: Emmett Meis, Ron Pfannenstiel, Andy Maes, Ray Hart. Trumpets: Pete Kirwan, Joe Valencia, David Rivera, Mike Taylor, Bill Abbey, David Aragon, Tony Vigil, Robert Cernich, Allen Maerz, John Lucero, Dave Ruthofsky, Donald Cook, John Waggoner. Drums: John Martinez, Bill McDonald, Bucky Nevils, James Prebish, Charles Kunz, Leroy Stracener, John Rego, Frank Tru- jillo, Richard Lucero. Basses: John Crowfoot, John Hartman, Mr. Glenn Stocking: Director Mr. Bernie O'Lear: Assistant Instructor. pencer Sporting Goods . 8:Mrs. A. Bergenson "'1:.:l PATRONS of Littleton Bob's "66" Service 8zMrs. W. H. Bevington Mr. SLMIS. G. C. Franc 8zJudy Mr. 8zMrs. Lourie Mr. 8cMrs. J. Knudsen 63 Mavista Corp. 'ral N-., FRONT ROW: Cheryl Norton, Mary Beth Solo, Mary Jo Berry, Donna Reed. BACK ROW: Gary Franc, Phil 1 Connie Hoffman, James Haley, Gary McNally. f fl These are the outstanding participants in the varsity sports program of Mullen High School, whose have merited for them the varsity letter award. 64 Sponsor: Brother Mark C REFK:,,,,. .- rv Left to right: FRONT ROW--Pat Roper, Larry Konersmann, Andy Kramer, Kevin Knudsen, and Larry Denning. BACK ROW--Hans Pieper, Donald Robidoux, Gary Brown, Bob DuFour, Bill Alexander, Ed Arcuri, and Dennis Cutting. PATRONS Patricia and Kevin Smitty's Sportsman Mr. gl Mrs. Jerry Rooney Mr. 6: Mis. A. C. Zeman, Sr. Ute Lanes Colo. Springs Mrs. E. McGuire McMurtry Paint Gr Glass So. Denver Nursery Wieder Family Mr. 8: MIS. Bromund St. Mary's Academy Senior Class Ray Rite Good Shepherd Mr. :Sz Mrs. J. K. Sands Tinn's Country Shop Senior Class of "59" E. J. Wall Family Messenger Family R. L. Garage Mr. :Ez Mrs. Tuffield Mrs. E. Zullo Winzinger Family Mrs. Frank Mrs. Ruth Sexton Moeder Family Mr. 8a Mrs. Van Landingham Anthony Weinzaffel Jerry's Leather Goods Kinkle Family Hampden Standard Service Ernest McDonald Mr. :Sr Mrs. F. Ryan Art work in this yearbook was done by Mike Flood, class of '61. 65 ,f Left to right: Mr. Dudley . A Taylor ftreas.j Mr. Ed- ward R Turner fpresi- dentj Mr. George D. Learned fsec.Q Missing: Mr Mike J. Mullin fvice president. '4 ' M Left to right: SITTING: Nlrs. W. J. Zeireis fsecretaryj Mrs. Dudley Tay lor fhistorianj Mrs. Betty Jo Burke fsecretaryj Mrs. Robert J. Kinkel f 6 flst Vice presidentj. BACK ROW: Mrs. Stanley Johnson 12nd Vice- president, Mrs. William Waggoner Qpresidentj Mrs. Lawrence Smith Qtreas.j. , rginnsrv . ,S S -im-:?,l H' l I 5 ' A Qui: YY" 'N .v -,-ie ff-f ff ' T W " ' -Y - . W "TSE ll J' A 5 . ' 1 ':- '5 mi'--w"f1 :" " 1" .. 'Ht w'l.i i ",x1,zw"'ii' .. fl! -12 i in , ii Q , g r'. .ffSg2g3gieq , Naam . 1, ., . w .N ..s, ., I ' wha Z, lx ,5 , T, I Y- -,g ,Z h, 'Q nt ext.. an .U 31 2, -' - -P-Q 4' ' ' "mtl '-5'i'gUf1s ' ' Q iff' 3' 5? ek- , V K xiii' ' 9 if - -- KJ' ax T "lil ' - -2 . 'E is f '- JN -If lr- 1' LJQ1' -P-- "1-.'-' '.- ' ., 'if , , - -r my 1 W- r we M S We - K. f ,J f In l '- Lee -3,7 -- 1, '- 1 ji-is 1 ,, 0 -A-.qv AH 1 '- 1 "re-' I ' 9 " '- A' T ' "" fi- M " .l Q ,J ,I 4,,.E4,.w,,. ,qi :,,., ,., .,.,.... f , , new ,.,r ,A A .s,l.. ,,,g,,,, l, , ,. ,mg l. , 5 l fax K id ,,,, Wigan . xx ,,., F! Q H . MH? gn N M. .-. e we A N V eg g gi- g g - as 1 r I -71 'H Q, Lwvjf ' i A V VY ' S i , gl afar, i f-'45, . zi. . 1 U I , f , Msgr. William Jones Supt. of Catholic Schools speaks to a joint meeting of the mothers' and fathers' clubs, with Mr. William Potter presiding. 66 AX W Av M M If ,WW 0Y Sv, QM F fo aff-H-CN M JE? V 'Fi yi' Q- f 0 N 5 . v"lQf xg :i QQN 'xwxx if 'L R n f 1" xx! gi . It ff ,AL ' is ,q , rw, N ix s L Y , fig .X X 5' iz f 1 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Left to Right: FRONT ROW--J. Koval, D. Rivera, F. Schell, H. Younger, R. Markley, A. Gagne, C. Taylo R. Scherrer, and T. Shearer. SECOND ROW--R. Dunlap, D. Bailey, M. Mullin, E. Clements, J. Dominguez, F. Braham, L. Stracener, and A. Watson. THIRD ROW--J. Roche, J. Perme, M. Weiand, G. Georgeson, J. A. Schell, P. Kirwan, and P. Winkel. LAST ROW--J. Valencia, E. McDermott, M. Flood, D. Taylor, G. Le J. Swanson, G. Tumer, and Manager Manuel Chavez. arned, The Mullen Varsity football team piloted by Coach Frank Rino finished the '59 season with a 5-3 record in league play. The small, inexperienced Mustang team, hampered by the loss of eleven lettermen, bowed before the strongest teams they met, but humbled easier squads with their speed. ,ff -rn Mustangs Coaching Staff Planning Mullen's next victory. Left to right: Mr. John Barone Back- field Coach, Brother Abel F.S.C. Athletic Director, Mr. Frank Rino Head Coach. RON KIGER X TED SHEARER Ron's outstanding determina- if 's extraordinary exhibition tion and ability in pacing the of his playing ability earned Mustangs made him a sure 'x him a position on the All Pa- choice for All Paroke. 7 roke Team. 1 ...-'. -2 111. , Eggs' 2 ,, ,.- ., . V -. -1, :ffl-.L-J.. .N .., ,,....a1, V '51, --C . Lin vig- 'J' fwf sy:-'S 1-easing . 4.61. Al Gagne bowls his way through , Q a determined St. Francis line. The Mustangs won 14-12. er rounds right end aiter two key blocks, inst the Holy Family Tigers. The Mus- gs went on to win 26 -0. 3.4. lb Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen SCOREBOARD 1959 'Pueblo Catholic . . 'Sheridan Union Mt. Carmel . . . Annunciation . 'Abbey ....... St. Francis . . . . . Cathedral . . St. Ioe's . . St. Mary's . . . Holy Family . . . Regis ..... . "'--non-league games if fi 1 'i'1'l?g-, g.-1 4 Taylor, makes a determined effort to catch a high pass against the Blue Jays. The Mus- tangs lost this heartbreaker by 1 point to put them out of the first place position. e Mustangs were again forced to kick against powerful Raider line. Regis won 26-6. Little Joe ' iiiiiiiii ' ' returns Cardinal punt 25 yards. The Mustangs went on to win 28-13. Q l ik wr W. li Li s Nr l TaY1or d1'0PS 3 gm? Mike s1ipp91'Y One' Taylor snags 3 And away the Poor ball Y gO- close One' Penne ba - . Id Iumng 81131-d, ,f Big A1 'A ' G R-R-R'R Greg spear-heads Mustang 's drive. ,Xa Lilgf, .1 --ntl f"'.'.-1: 'Sq' U - ' fy " ,, 'H 1,7 gf , 451 . by 411 5 f'v,1,.- , ,o , ,'f':,A. ,',. 413.7 TWV- 75.1 Qis3fff The team wmk's ReadY Gagne Crashes through the lme Afw me blgger they are Jens, 306 -4-er Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen SCOREBOARD Colo. Academy "A".52 Bear Creek ...... 13 Machebeuf ..... O Mount Carmel .... 0 State Home ..... 6 Annunciation ..... 6 Regis ......... 12 Bear Creek ...... O Holy Family fForfeitJ Ron Gerber tries desperately to out jump 6'6" Ray Libinati of the Gremlins. Promising to be one of the first division teams from A bright spot in the season was the breaking of two pre-season speculation, the varsity basketball team records by a hot Mullen team in Oscar Malo Hall. ended the season with a fair 6-10 win-loss record. The Mustang five 'blasted their way to a 100-62 When the going got rough, the Mustangs just victory over the helpless Cathedral Bluejays. This couldn't find their mark against the other teams. broke the all-time high team score record and total Veterans Ron Gerber fhigh-point centerj and Bruce score. ' Egloff fable forwardj piloted the team through the season. Coach J. R. Martinez, Fran Schell, Alloyd Moody, Herbert Younger, Joe Ziereis, Albert Gagne, Mike Richard Bruski, Ron Gerber, Bruce Egloff. Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mullen Mull en SCORE-BOARD FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND St. Joseph 65 Mullen St. Joseph St. Mary 's 64 Mullen St. Mary 's St. Francis 40 Mullen St. Francis Regis 63 Mullen Regis Cathedral 55 Mullen Cathedral Mt. Carmel 55 Mullen 53 . . . . .ML Carmel Annunciation 54 Mullen 41 . . . . .Annunciation Holy Family 46 72 'Mullen 61 . . . . .Holy Family Flood, Curt Tay Ron sneaks around St Franc1s for Na . two points Hiv v--.T-. .ft .il - lf .:,:,,,LlY,t jr Mike's combined ability and determination will make him the spearhead of next year's team. Bruce's experience was a valuable asset to the team effort. Mike goes up for a rebound. f se - Zz 2 , 57 I ,g lie. Al Gagne, is one of the most promising Sophomores, in the league. Nr? Sophomore, Herb Younger, Ron Gerber was voted the Mus- tangs most valuable player. "Z" S be a great asset to the team rn the future. KNEELING: Coach John Barone, Bobby Rice. STANDING--left to right: Ken Dowd, Ted Cornett, Terry Carroll, Tim len, Robert Kistler, Ray York, Richard Croff, Jim McNamee, Richard Steck, Richard Egloff, Robert Clausen, SCOREBOARD FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND Mullen 32 . . . ......... St. Joseph's 13 Mullen . ....... St. Joseph's Mullen 17 . . . St. Mary's 16 Mullen . . . St. Mary's Mullen 31 . . . St. Francis 21 Mullen . . . St. Francis Mullen 24 . . . Regis 28 Mullen . . . Regis Mullen 48 . . . Machebeuf 41 Mullen . . . Machebeuf Mullen 40 . . . Cathedral 26 Mullen . . . Cathedral Mullen 39 . . . Mt. Carmel 37 Mullen . . . . Mount Carmel Mullen 29 . . . Annunciation 27 Mullen . . . Annunciation Mullen 34 . . . Holy Family 14 Mullen . . . Holy Family 'S f , X X S' iff' , Z lk :ff g clwof lip QM P W N , H HES 5 f f ig-:Vg 47 q5 7 With a rousing pep rally and mouth-watering barbecue in the light of a roaring bonfire, the "59" Homecoming was kicked off. The following Sunday afternoon saw an exciting Mustang triumph over the St. J'oe's Bulldogs on the gridiron, Musically topping off a busy, fun-filled weekend was the Victory Dance with Homecom- ing Royalty Linda Shearer and Ron Kiger. Attendants, left to right: Judy Turilli, Curt Taylor, Shirley Henry, Ted Shearer, Queen Linda Shearer, King Ronnie Kiger, Judy Treankler and Mike Mullin, attendants. Miss linda Shearer Reigns as Queen GWB' pgs 'L 6001 ca '09 PA ew ave 78 Hi56 g K H" 'WL' ,, At Dance Guilty Conscience?? ? Q After the Mullen-Cathedral basketball game, the spectators were invited to the Canteen Dance held in the Mullen Cafeteria. Another Mustang first was made with the invitation of the rival Blue Jays Many new friendships were made in the crowded cafeteria. All in all, the dance proved a success and an enjoyable memory. I Mission Comp First Victory Second Victory Chow Hounds Mr. 8: Mrs. T. Grant Hill Top Market G. D. Magers J. W. Hoffman Family E. V. Giddings Title Guaranty Co. Mrs. Leona Austgen Riches Charcoal Burger Sanders and Son Evans Paving Co. Mr. 8: Mrs. Bills Fourcades Service Sophomore "A" Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Crowe Everyday life at Mullen is a kaleidoscope of events, activity and just plain living, A unique thing about Mullen life is the harmonious com- bination of hard work, quiet leisure, and hi- larity. It is this special feature that gives Mul- len High its superior skill in molding Christian Gentlemen of the highest calibre. - Y ,-a...,.... Ps, f , '1 if is Watch out George Mrs. Alice E. Evans Mrs. John Cernich H. S. Sargent Andrew J. Konersmann Platter Parlor Inc. Jim's Standard Service Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doris S. Proebstel Bob Schwiegerath Marian Orinhard Sophomore "B" Mr. 8a Mrs. Victor Gerber Mr. Sz Mrs. E. O'Meara Mr. 8: Mrs. Brockish 5-3' ik' It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a . . . Hey lover, how's Ding Colo. Lace 8: Cleaning Co. Mr. 8: Mrs. Sheildo Mr. 8: Mrs. W. Steck Dwyer Liquors Young Record 84 School? -Y L Hours to build Alumni a7bqedZ4e Dance Minutes to burn 'S-,,,w,,' m xii 5' Z 1 u . m fag? m 1Ehu?Y u H ' 2' 79 The students I I F9 In the finest Mullen tradition, the 1960 Junior- Senior Prom climaxed the spring social season. On May 13, a Friday evening, the orchestra provided a musically enjoyable time for all who attended. The graduating class of '60 ex- pressed their deep appreciation to the juniors for an enjoyable evening. Many happy mem- ories of this prom will be held for a long time by the '60 and '61 classes. 'meal Patti Hannon QCathedralj Manuel Chavez Ester Garcia fAnnunciationj Mike Crowley Judy Treankler lSheridan Unionj as We Agra ff , ' 'ffwass H ii il yt., iaiiaziii , n IVE' -H in .s Q "' 'Milam M jx was ' s sz5f':Qw"'w X Mu my imp :er PB WK Q D! 'Tr-" 5, 1 with Queen: Judy Treankler QSI-leridan Umonj King: Mike Mullin in if msn.. , ,fggvsuzsfl ,ggi , 1 .1s1fs,a: , I WF - fi as ,digggll ,.,,,,, mu gl Qi-. . ' ' 7LiEisnuEin5sfww.Hwvf'31zaT: RM W2 nv is 'll wifgyixx Hx nl wlxxfei santa "M - 55532152 wi-viii? gafmam. M Mase s E mi , ZVLKEFY :ggi 1 , ABy , Hmm ,Sw rf.:-7, sm , 4 Ji-.. , 252554 F. fwafffgiefl esesassfmi ' a 12 agsqggi , . M, . ' ish , , Ik , i.s,,.XliH ezgzfsilsflslu H Lin assi es ,swan -- s H H Ron Gerber Joyce Chavez Uinglewoodj John Domingues Anita Spitz QSt. Francisj Mike Mullin Era el .IR it The Christmas Dance heralded he coming Yuletide with the njoyable music of Bill Pitre. he gym was the site of the an- ual late December Dance. Pro- eeds of the dance went for the rothers' Christmas present--a i-fi. Uh-Uh, not too close. 0 Bill Pitre 's eight played music from heaven All were on cloud nine. She's stepping on my toe. A new feature of Freshman-Senior relations was developed this year, the "Big Brother" system. Car washing, book lugging and just following spiteful directions was the lot of harried Freshmen. A pleasant climax to the program was the Freshman-Senior Dance where it was "Liberation" with soft music. 1: f .gs-W Hey! ! You Missed a Spot! tz' '. ' A. nod' 1 fl A ', X up r, A W EL- 1 'ff 1' - f ' , .at-'ei in , 'A A,,,f' H' 1 ,- l X H' A M D ,QQ Riff gf ' .hifi " . 'd na-' ---f A What?? Me Worry! ,, ji ffl O-H-H-H-H Bernie! ! "Liberation" At Las Thursday ! evin Knudsen etty A. Schell ine Barber Shop . Rapue 8: Family r. Martinez r. 8z Mrs. J. Mahoney orr Loan Co. , astle Furniture alley Feed 8: Supply N Friend ev. E. O'Sullivan r. 8: Mrs. G. Rapue hil Corvan heresa Corvan 31 Y. Y .A aa This is science? Tool 8: Armstrong Adv. Mr. 8z Mis. L. Croat Mr. 8: Mrs. L. Bradley "A" 8: "J" Drive In Jim McNamee Jay Highland G. A. Krenner Rotolo's Variety Shop Bob Barth Muller's Hardware Dale M. Mathis Littleton Gas Sc Oil Schmitt Jewelry Co. Mr. 8: Mrs. R. J. Kinkel Pounding the keys. No wonder he's so big! mone Steinback e Luxe Pending Co. rapahoe Appliances ed Bird Farms oriens Beauty Salon ene Kottenstette rehek Family arion Seymour Family arroll Quelland Woodlawn Liquors J. F. Hannon Family Freshman "B" Mr. 8a Mrs. Hagan Mr. 8: Mrs. Wilson Robert Wilson 8: Co. Jefferson Drug Theresa Cookie Star M1115 A iegaxes wx e Nhxl-Xennce. me eie 21:55 Soni - Fu hue Engi tO 91' Christi geiiv at Loi aaa 3,0 his They said it couldn 't be don Gary Franc represents Mullen at Roc Mountain Youth Congress talent shov Heers? The Green Family Cardova's Grocery Mr. rScMrs. Earl J. Hower Mr. 8zMrs. Ernest R. Conrad Mr. 8zMrs. Horace W. Crowfoot Chalmerse A. Parker Abbot Lumber Co. Dick Bennett R and R Hardware Alice Monahan Mr. 8aMrs. E. J. Monahan Mr. 8cMrs. A. C. Sorenson Standard Stock Liquidating Co. Mrs. Ferne Hart Tony and Verna--Valdez A Friend Yogi Bear , Mrs. E. Hanson Joe and Anita DeLeon Qualitee Meat -Market Tony Sirnones Mr. 8zMrs. Wm. J. Schneider T. H. Roberts Mr. 8cMrs. Kotinek Mr. Lloyd A. Van Loon PAT RONS Clem's Drive Inn Mr. 6zMrs. Jerry Brown Mr. 8:Mrs. Howard R. Braham I-Iem'i's Jewelry Donald Allan Mr. 8zMrs. Victor A. Chiodini Mrs. Bradley Mr. 8:Mrs. J. McManus Mr. 8zMrs. R. Polichio Mr. 8:Mrs. Becker Warren Turelli The Sherman Family Mr. 8:Mrs. Clarence J. Younger Mr. 8:Mrs. J. L. Robb Mountain View Tackle Shop Valore Hardware Mr. 6zMrs. J. R. Petri Mr. 8cMrs. Tom J. Klausner Mr. 8cMrs. Jack Prebish John McDonald Bill Gidding Mr. 8zMrs. C. W. King H. C. Faniss, Jr. The Schroer Mr. 8zMrs. George Harbick Mr. 8.:Mrs. Turner Mr. 8zMrs. Turilli Conrad Loftus, O.F.M. Mr. 8zMrs . H. W. Clement Mr. 8:Mrs. M. J. Pfors Mr. 8cMrs. George E. We Mr. 8:Mrs. James Chiodi Co1eson's Dept. Stores E.. P. Hargerty Gigantic At Woodlawn Mr. 8cMrs. Kaveny Mr. 8:Mrs. Joseph Flood Mary Louise Flood Van B's-Mens and Boys' Henri's Jewelry Co. Majestic Fumiture Lochead's Real Estate 8: Co. Slronty Carrol L. R. Smith Littleton Flower Shop Rudolph Lemche Mr. 8zMrs. A. Croff Bernard J. Cullen Mr. 8LMrs. A. Croff s Famil iand ni Store Insuranc- W . J-. .-. wh Bios-the 1 25 dam 1 if-5 3 IT TOMORROW . . . you've made enough mistakes today bogil- - - -fanli- ' DO - A-1. Slfifffi V, rmrdlvx ,AY . fs. lg- ' SF' if 'WE .X .ix I N' Mullen's camera men C. Hoffman Frayne Babineau 8:Mrs. Rosera 8zMrs. Ralph S. Clark r. 8zMrs. Joseph D. Seal r. 8aMrs. Failing asenas O'Sullver r. B. Veta enver Boat rs. Joan Harrigan r. 8zMrs A. P. Georgeson r. 8:Mrs Alex P. Rohr r. 8zMrs Sherman Smith r. 8zMrs. Cliff Harker r. QMIS. D. J. Cook . 8zMrs Damingo J. Lucero clntosh Republic Rexall Drug enti Realtor ragan Fumiture . 8zMrs. Arnold Max Para Friend 8:Mrs. John A. Kotowski PAT RON S Wolff Insurance Agency Mr. 4SzMrs. T. Reeder Mr. 8:Mrs. J. Lewark B. Scott T. E. Bowman Bill Flemming One Hour Martinizing Mrs. J. P. Chick 3 Minute Car Wash Mr. 8zMrs. H. L. Wagner Lakewood Safeway Effie Verna The A. L. Duckwall Store Mr. 8cMrs. R. L. Senier Mr. 8cMrs. Alfred E. Poehlmann Mr. nS:Mrs. R. A. York Mr. 8cMrs. P. E. Rowe Katherine Bradley Guiry's Wall Paper Mullen High Walker Bro. Morton Company Dick Bruski, third place winner SHALE 0'L Michael A. Petrick Gil's Barber Shop Lakewood Liquor Imperial Meat Counter DeLavey Men's Store Inc. The first Mullen High science fair on Feb. 9 and 10 showed the prowness of Mullen students in the scientific field. The Chemical Industry Committee of Colorado provided the judges, Mr. Hal- lan and Mr. Niles. They were im- pressed by the technological know-how exhibited by the students. 'TDLIU J. Kundsen, first place winner. Greg Thomas, second place winner H I M fl -' X4-. , ,'V,, Y 7 ln ' H X P x " A Q. K 5 in f fi xgi' . ,f W X KMM if t L ,MUS y., 3' .Nw , x. as RO we' 9.115 the asm, it V ,-,. ,M wo' Gee! What a mess! l ""!4li' J PATRONS Dyer Brothers Service Egger Frenchway Carl Wenders Kathlyn M. Sctanley Mr. Hynes Mab1e's Furs L. F. 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