Newbury Park Academy - Yucca Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA)

 - Class of 1965

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K X ' x ,Q r 5455? t its f, Dedication l REFIDING The editor and staff are proud to dedicate the 1965 YUCCA to a T HOUGHTFUL E NERGETIC A ccoMPusHED C REATIVE H ELPFUL E FFERVESCENT R ESGURCEFUL who has given unstintingly of her abilities, of her time, of herself to promote the lofty ideals of Christian education, who has inspired the reluctant and the eager to do their best in English, speech, iourncilism, and Dynamic Reading, who has sponsored national award winning school papers and yearbooksp and who has been a faithful companion and devoted mother. Lucille Roth, the 1965 YUCCA is affectionately dedicated to you. ran family 'UM oi N, " X ,,'.i.! 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The philosopher best expresses himself in Bible study, the humanitarian in visiting the less-fortu- nate, the future educator in branch Sabbath Schools, the musician and future theologian in singing-evangelism and in Seminar teams. 'lThe purpose of our academy's religious program is to provide an outlet for every type of personality and by so doing prepare each student to recognize his intended place in the service of the Master. I7 -+ -- h f- .W 'l,v ll- ' l up First semester SABBATH SCHOOL OFFICERS get last-minute instructions from sponsors Mr. Dale Rhodes and Miss Joan Reese before presenting the morning program. Superinlendents are Marilyn Osmunson, Kathy Boldman, and Keith Odell. Secretaries are Kathleen Farley, Claudia Allred, and Toni Kicenskig Shaunna Russell lnot shownl. Second semester SABBATH SCHOOL OFFICERS lay plans with Superintendent Esther Alvidres lead- ing out in the discussion. Other officers are Gay Unterseher, Neva Wyman, Donella Moshos, Marilyn Stoops, Chung Kim, Ted Calkins, and Jim McFeeters. The CHURCH SERVICE on Sabbath is an im portant part of the students' weekly program Elder Paul McFeeters gives an inspiring ser mon with the choir providing the sacred mu sic. Academy church and Sabbath School lend spiritual inspiration. L E IPS lil l, Mrs. Edwina McKeever, secretary to Miss Syme, checks an ingathering report with Mr Mr. E. G. Broadbeck, sponsor of the RELIGIOUS LIBERTY CLUB, examines a plaque Charles Teel, assistant pastor, before hs of the Declaration of Independence along with Ted Calkins, president, and Kathy carload leaves for the annual INGATHER Bold man, vice-president. Mr. R. A. Bryne and Mr. Broadbeck present awards to BIBLE CONTEST winners Esther Alvidres, first place, Albert Lowe, second place, and Tucker Hickerson, third place. ING FIELD DAY. New religiou This year the Religious Liberty, MV, Tem- perance, and Seminar Clubs are combined into one, the Religious Activities Club, which is open to any student who wishes to ioin. Seminar teams visit various churches to present programs of inspirational interest to all. Week-end meetings stressing the necessity of temperance in all phases of daily living, and the importance of pre- serving our religious heritage are also sponsored by the club. A '71 1. MORRI S Roland Halstead, TEMPERANCE CLUB president, advises George Ching, public rela- tions secretary, Suzi Robinson, vice-president, and Danny Trubey, secretary-treasurer in a skit in which they are presenting their officers. club has diverse interests. Keith Odell, Seminar president, delivers the church sermon at a neighboring church on one of the many SEMINAR trips. John Robertson, co-ordinator, and Diane Allred, secretary, await their turns in the service. .X ELDER LLOYD WYMAN conducted a unique study especially for youth. Each student was given a copy of Mes sages to Young People which served as a basis and guide for the week's services during the spring week of devotion. R Iigious em phasis- The chapel and worship periods of three weeks during the school year are devoted to exploring the world of religion. Two of these weeks, one in the fall and one in the spring, feature guest speakers. The third week is conducted by the Senior Philosophy of Life Class. This latter series of programs is presented exclusively by students. Musical numbers, representing the total music department, add to the inspira- tion of these weeks. The student week is concluded by celebrating the communion service. ei. 'UA' xg Qbcti. J. ,, his topics . ,s-Eau. .Qu M .kv - 0. ELDER A. O. DART, recognized General Conference authority on family relationships, presented a series of enlightening studies on Christian growth and development during the fall week of devotion. , Xi JE n 1 x N x -rea-1 F- 1' S4 i' It ,g T - -' 1 L r 1 -1 n --7 I ' I ii 5 Ei N N" 'fig' - :' X 1 IL, in QW: .,. Y Q if . xl , , as E: ? 'B- ? THE CHOIR MEMBERS are Hirst rowl Chip French, Suzanne Robinson Vernelle Berthelsen, Steve Calkins, Peggy Dean, Lonna Crane, Neva Wy man, Susan Halstead, Dennis Dean, Marilyn Banik, Cathy Conrad, Al bert Lowe, lsecond rowl Ernie Fenderson, Julie Cunnington, Junior Pena, Jode Gregg, Arlene Hill, Danny Leedham, Lillian Buller, Susie Spindle, Jerry Nelson, Donna Nelson, Terry Lukens, lthird rowl Ken Friesen, The BRASS CHOIR lends variety to academy programs. The members are Steve Stearns, Jerry Nelson, Ted Calkins, Dan Leedham, Charles Wear, Gary Mclieeters, Vic Miller, Ken Dunaway, George Ching, and Terry Lukens. Sandi Wolff, Verlyn Retzer, Candi Young, Teresa Wright, Ted Calkins, JoEIIen Monson, Janet Farley, Ken Dowswell, Peggy Womack, Dennis Blomberg, ifourth rowl Dave Bryson, Teresa Eaves, Dave Mathiesen, Susan Aitchison, Steve Stearns, Anita Lyman, Lewis Rich, Linda Neifert, Gary McFeeters, Janet Artress, Harlen Miller,' lnot shownl Nolan Porter, Gail Bishop and Junell Buamgarten. . A' r ' 2 . Z t . ' r ' . i 5 x L i X w 1 l lf i . . H QE' ' I t Y X iq rf' :W i ' f' sl- 'nm' 'fa l If iv l -r1i- ,- ' K . ! T ' i' .,,,.,ali, SENIOR TRIO Julie Cunnington, Anita Lyman, Elder Dorlin Griffith and Lori Valentine from The MEN'S QUARTET-Dave Bryson, Junior and Susie Spindle, add to the reverent atmo- San Fernando Valley Academy provide an Pena, Don Schmitt, and Dave Mathiesen-sing sphere of the worship services. interesting change in the VESPER SERVICE. out melodiously during Friday night vespers. Musi help create a religious atmosphere on the N A campus. rs' 1 Steve Stearns, Jerry Nelson, Roland Hal- stead, and Ken Dunawoy unite their talents to present BRASS QUARTET music for vespers, Sabbath School, and other occasions. Vespers highlights each week's l 0 O O religious life on the campu . During FRIDAY EVENING VESPERS Elder H. A. Young speaks lo lhe slu- denfs concerning their choice of a life's work. His experiences serve as a guide for the young people. Del Delker and Brad Braley convey the eternal love of Jesus Christ lhrough their music during VESPERS. The WOODWIND ENSEMBLE-Darwin Remboldr, Albert Lowe, Charles Wear and Fred Lowe-play a sacred number for vespers. l In '. ii I. 1 Academy students like Marilyn Osmunson, show their mu- sical talent in the various SABBATH SCHOOL divisions on the campus. Mrs, Bryne is glad for her help as the cradle roll sings o song about the birds. Mr. Bob Adams, USHER, assists parents, teachers, students, and visitors who come to worship during the Sabbath Services. Friday evening finds many hearts unit- ed in PRAYER as an additional bless- ing is obtained through extra-curricu- lar devotions. I r ' --' ' 2 S" .J Q qplfw... S. ,Y ?J1Lf::' 2 5V difa J1- 1 ,fn ,px S ,1 - , . 1 V ' W, .' 'Ar t' uk, , .e., V,-v ' ,I 'l 'li . EACH FACE WORLD rff Edumf on 3 Q -N , The faces in the realm of education are as varied ' ,, as the subiect matter: The intellectually inspired face ofa student in a Bible class, The pensively poetic face of a student in a literature class, 1 T The bafflingly blank face of a student in a physics class, sv The attentively alert face of a student in a science laboratory, The searchingly serious face of a student in a history class, The reticently responsive face of a student in a language laboratory. lt is the purpose of the educational program at Newbury Park Academy not only to provide a well-rounded academic curriculum but also to teach students to use the facts they learn, to think as individuals. U4 Leader MR. L. W. ROTH, A.M. Principal Business Manager ith foresight -our administrators MR. H. B. WILCOX, A.B. Assistani Principal MISS DORIS SYME, M.S. Treasurer, Bookkeeping v I I f A ' x MR. F. F. DUPPER, A.B. Ass'f Business Manager rf V, -g,.ff 3 31 MRS. BEVERLY RHODES Registrar ,' rs, 'L f0l7f 9 . .'v J 'V-I t Nr'- 9 fr-xi t NI' x .tw-L J w.,,.v K nz QL J fv? . Jxl f 0 1 I QW Q - ,,-I9 wc, ws.-'Q' ,-v F rR""1Xk 5 W l 1, 1,1 I NH- -are by 9, 'L,J' L f,,-,Nfl 'K r i 'fi FJ? Noi' shown: MRS. RUBY LENZ Director of Food Service Plans for future expansion and policies are made by directors. During a regular business meeting, the NPA BOARD OF DIRECTORS plans the school budget, approves new proiects, and formulates the policies 'for the coming year. Farsighted and dedicated is this group of men who guide the future of their ever- growing, ever-progressing academy. Members of this year's board are lfront row, left to rightl H. A. Young, Doris Syme, W. H. Gosse, L. W. Roth, Cree Sandefur, J. F. Knipschild, and Emmett Jensen, lsecond rowl Ray James, J. A. Simonsen, A. G. Munson, James Hardin and E. M. Armbruster, lthird rowl D. T. Black, A. R. Hagen, L. R. Langworthy, and L. M. Shufelberger, lnot shownl Charles Keymer, W. O. Baldwin, R. R. Bietz, W. J. Blacker, and L. R. Rasmussen. Mrs. Marta Teel, A.B. Associate Librarian Q Foreign Languages Miss linda Peirce, B.S. Associate Librarian . l . s Read 'n peak- to learn. The foreign language department is the proud possessor of one of the finest lab- oratories in an SDA academy. Included for Mrs. Teel's use are four tape recorders to amplify the dialogue, a proiector for illustrations, and a record player. For the students' use there are twelve individual recorders and earphones. By a flick of the switch the instructor can tune or tape either the class or individuals. The in- creased speed in learning has proved this investment well worthwhile. Joining the staff this year is Miss Peirce, from Mount Pizgah Academy, where she was librarian. Her able assistance assures students of a quiet place to study. The SPANISH ll CLASS learns dialogue by listening to a tape with the aid of the earphones which enable each individual to hear the word pronunciation and his repetition more clearly, S Q l- Ai A g 'gig , ' r 2- fi" X '. . Q .1 o sl, . T' " vi' -' All fm 0 ss, a " " 0 0+-.QQ 2- Q41 - .' 17' Sis : wr ., qs- df T 0 Q i r - X. . I fb, I I -: .f V L .J A . ss., A 1 "7""'L . .ff ' fl , GY1 fl, , ,J l H. Bruce Wilcox, A.B. Lowell Hagele, A.M. LeRoy Crew, B.S. Assistant Principal Mathematics, Science Physical Education Chemistry, Physics World History Biology Science and math help out Mr. Hagele assists with an experiment while observant PHYSICAL SCIENCE students Junior Pena and Hugo Ruiz look on. ri -2- Ve , ci l. fl, , 11: ' , g Ulm, . 'P I XX if Lawrence Wolfe, A.B. Mathematics, Woodworking Technical Drawing T" Showing undaunted courage, Pat Hogan holds the snake that Mr. Crew A 1 1 is explaining to Linda Darling and the other members of the BIOLOGY class. P' . F Zyl . 'i,, -.. ., 5 mnuniurn YI l .,,, J' :"r"f'Qi -N - 1 the ,V xx ' mf x ff , 1, fi , , t ---Li Mt 'Vin X A i t ' . " xml' iff- ,Matwl - Y xy ith' , . 1. 1 4 ll , 1 .4 - - '? if K . 7 ' t .Ri '-rbi.-, , Xqlfpjl :J ., - LH ad.. Susan Lee and Carolyn Bisseger carefully record the resulfs of their specific gravity experiment in PHYSICS LAB. Jetter understand the world To the unknowing freshman the figures lhal George Ching and Roland Halstead have on lhe board for ADVANCED MATH might as well be Greek. 0 ii, A s it . t I' 4 I ii: In y-I-' . . 4, . 0 X, St l were P Ulf E r . l Mfs- BBNY Clemenf Mrs. Mary Broadheck, R.N., B.S. Mmfhme Bookkeeper, Aff Home Economics, Heallh, School Nurse Miss Eimei Diang, B.S. Secrelarial Science Talents, skills developed at NPA. we. The hills behind NPA provide bolh c good scene and a relaxing place for ART sludenls, Wendy Sullwold and Sheila Rosell, lo sketch lhe school as seen from Tank Hill. l ig 3 f Yi i r J lf Y 53.25 ' f ifjrwj 2:-mg, -S, Auf x.. ,N Q. Mrs. Mary Broadbeck helps Sharon Tanner, Peggy Wo- mack, and Sharon Martinell cut out their dresses as the ADVANCED SEWING class begins their semester proiects. -,,.4 . a,,u The multiple listening station is being used by Miss Diang for SHORTHAND prac- tice. lt connects a recorded dictation to the students through the earphones while leaving her free ,ta work with individuals around the class, to observe their tech- niques and progress. 'Miss Syme gives Arlene Looks of satisfaction are reflected in the faces of Mrs. CIement's ART CLASS as Davis 0SSiSfGHCe in BOOK- they display their masterpieces. KEEPING- , 1" A . . 15: 1 V qgiu-' f fy ,lr IQ P 'ii lv' . H . 1jfM, ,ery 1 I -. 1 ' if' -s-,4.v,s-'yu-V + A, . . Alt je X- ,pf -f, rs, X V,,.p.,v ., ., ,,, ,l , J, 1,f-,.gi.-f.f M Qftc , -qt, ,., Q ggw y-q-gjf'-f:- Mm ,J A L. L My .,l,.g-,jfilf JV.- Carol Brummett, A.B. Voice, Choir, Chorus , 1, ,, . ' - U :WVLIFYLW L f," U 'f' 1- L. I I Lili.. s tt! LQ ,S Q Dale Rhodes, A.B. Band, Instruments Bible Maude M Wolfe, BMus Musical perfection requires PIANO AND ORGAN students meeting with their instructor, Mrs. Wolfe, for a class in music appreciation are lstandingl Robert Michaels, Ken Friesen, Donna Rich, Anita Lyman, Harlen Miller, lseatedl Jeanie Wolfe, Sherrie Banik, Marilyn Osmunson, ond Wayne Vigil. Opposite page: The members of the CHOIR don their robes before performing in the chapel. BAND is finished for the day, and instruments are carefully put away before band members rush to their next class. fl' 430 , I -Q . 6 2 t Q '-x L. Cb it 1.4 3 R I - ' 'P I1 1' i 3 if I A - "il '7'F7iQfl ' - - J - :-V S, all 'f'ih+f' 4 , - .- 2 - ' - J ' 1 Fi' ye' ' 'S 1 1' ' if Y' ' f eye - ,J rv :nv E ."' ,SA ' 3' -f hifi , il' V V " ' i Y 5 , IT- V I Q lf' , KN - f " ,.... , . ,,, I-i n Y ' t n R . my NK CHORUS members are lfirst rowl Janice Harlow, Henrietta Munoz, Valdes, Diana Bryne, Ena Lezcano, Claudia Allred, Barbara Allen, Jensen, lsecand fowl Evelyn Beck, Jeanie Nelson, Mary Hunting, lmler, Dale Pettihone, David Folkes, louise Isaac, Myrna Wiser, Berlhelsen, Uhird rowl Esther Alvidres, Fran Willis, Candy Gaver, Delia Susie Terry Kerry John Armenta, Joe Navarro, Bob Eckles, Janell Baumgarten, Sheila Rosell, Judy Montgomery, lfaurth row, Sharon Nix, Vicki VanMeter, Betty Barrow, Milton Goodman, Dennis Rich, Tim Rapp, Sharon Stevenson, and Sue Keller. behind-the - cene activity. LQ1 ' r.: .A'. 7 Y . i PA band hosts Leonard B. Smith for outstanding concert of year. The members of lhe BAND are lfirsl rowi A. l.awe, V. Berlhelson, Womack, Sloops, Mon- son, Sepulveda, Rains, S. Calkins, S. Banik, S. Myers, lsecond fowl N. Wyman, K. Farley Gullei, Hansen, Markle, Robb, J. Armbrusler, M. Feldkamp, D. Nelson, Eaves, A. Armbrusler, F. Lowe, Uhird rowi Huerla, Curran, Levy, J. McFeelers, C. Powers, Wear, V. Miller, R. Halslead, Rohay, Lukens, Dunaway, lfourlh rowi Slearns, J. Nelson, T. Calkins, Relzer, Gregory, Leedham, Sabo, Lundy, W. Osmunson, Delay, Chilson, Trubey, Michaels, Ching, J. Conrad, Ruiz, J. Hallsled, D. Miller, llasl YOWJ Direclor Mr. Dale Rhodes, C. Johnston French, and Quick. Noi shown are L. Beckner, Clouse, Combe, Crane, Fingerle, Herrick, G. Mc- Feelers, Remboldl, and D. Spohn. l ' V l I A 1 AA "Languages are no more than the keys of science. He who despises one, slights the other." Mr. Unterseher provides the necessary background in basic grammar, composition, and literature while Mrs. Roth increases skill, enioyment, and under- standing in dynamic reading and develop- mental reading classes. . , f A 'ei l' 3 .4-1. .Sv QQT..-9ffs"f" 7 we-. :ff z'j1,'t. 1--ee sc' Mrs. Lucile Roth, A.M. , Speech, Reading, Journalism Calvin Unterseher, A.M. English, Journalism Write, read, speak, listen better. Its importance is being realized READING students are Bob Christianson, Gladys Sepulveda, Jean Flores, and Max Ragsdale. Patriotism is an important aspect of American Literature. by ENGLISH lll students taught by C. G. Unlerseher. 41 RE! Being aware of the tremendous influence exerted by association, the Board and staff of NPA promote the highest level of Christian development by maintaining an environment which is conducive to religious instruction through dedicated teachers and student associates with high ideals. NPA teen-agers look to Bible X -x 1 tl iii As Mr. Broadbeck posts various current events on the bulletin board, Dennis Blom- berg, Richard Allep, and Susie Spindle be- come absorbed in today's climaxing events during AMERICAN HISTORY class. 5 lrwi. w,t,'-an Y N - 1 """ ' "-2-'tw-4-v---R' -M" A - with , ,ix NEW TESTAMENT gludenfg Judy Wyman and Dennig Biggeger trace the The iUni0I'S et1iOy their BIBLE DOCTRINES class taught by MF. Charles Teei. iourneyg of Paul on Q Ig,-ge mqp while Mr, Broqdbeck ghegkg their Taking notes during class discussions is very important to Them. progress. instructors for understanding. ' 2' lf! Some of the ANCIENT HEBREW HISTORY stu- dents, taught by Mr. Dale Rhodes, are getting help understanding unfamiiicr Bible texts. . -x 2- ? '.Y'l,'l lt'-INV..- Fi ft'?f?f'fe -swly , ., 11' e.,,w sq . , QT. ,Z A xxx X A .2- if I ' 0 V-I,-,.. li t., H X.,-.4 1 3 jg w km -1 5 , I T l .fs ,J l A 6' 1 6'1" Bruce Herrick transmits over an amateur radio Steve Bond and James McCut:heon are fascinated as station during ELECTRONICS class. ELECTRONICS INSTRUCTOR, Mr. Pettibone, operates a transistor radio powered by a lemon. Applied arts interest boys of all age Glenn Odell tackles the first assignment in AUTO MECHANICS-to remove the engine from the car, - 1 -'A li iii'- ,f 7 Desks, bookshelves, and small chests are among the many proiects made by the WOODWORKING I class. Here Dale Hamlin wires his lamp and Jerry Hallsted assembles a shelf under the careful supervision of Mr. Wolfe. I I Steve Bravo, Scott Vandella, LeRoy Ellingsworth, Albert Lowe, and Don Deatherage proudly display the shelves they've made for WOODWORKING l. Boys in MACHINE WOODWORKING learn to use different tools and machines to construct their proiects. Dennis Rich uses the router to make dovetail ioints for a drawer. Mike Folk, Stanley Robb, and Scott Vendela look on. I NOW A mu HJ Q9' 4 K -1 ,-1' 1' w l I , , J X , 1 2 if l l 5 'ff' X. ' ' " I A 1 , a ' lx ' xbjxaua 'dsc 1 Fas' l fy f Q -',:f- A ? - -:IJ . V , N ' .L ' ' Y s-. :'..'f9 C., , l-,T xg-1-3-H 6 ,I 5 , gf ' 'Y ' gif TT ' Y ' ' " '- ,Q-s ' q 419, ,T GHUWS Concentrating intently on angles, degrees, and planes, the boys in TECHNICAL DRAWING learn the funda- m e n t a I s of architectural drafting. '10 ,,.,. il 'Y f ' WAIIIHICW1 wee-V' .-s'- y ' rf. 1 ' ' "-T l. Q1 ,LII ' 1 X lf' 1' rv. lr 5'-.5 F' 255: QQ 4.4 0 ". 5 Q xg' 1 Q I s L -- if f 1 M E , i I .I 'h'1f'lv,'7'1v-'Y ---'I 1 i Jw I . K r INNIQCRQL '96 The 1965 VOLLEY BALL TOURNAMENT WINNERS are proudly represented Tumbling is one of the phases in P.E. lhe girls all enioy. Linda Neiferl by senior boys Sidney Lew, Caplain Bob Eckles, Sian Robb, Takashi Higa, and Nancy Curran spot Fran Willis while she does the CHEST STAND on Elbert Jackson, and Bill LeCroy. Claudia Allred. Physical education class s develop In this P.E. class the girls play SOCCER enthusiastically. Palli Ruckle shows lhe others how lhe ball should be put in motion before the game slarls. ,- ..n-A , Mr. Crew teaches the Boy's P.E. class the basic funda- mentals of FOOTBALL as the class members line up in the proper formation. skills for fun and health. Mr. Crew, the P.E. instructor, is helping Chip French leqm to do Ihe Mike Falter and Albert Lawe pass the BASKETBALL to each other in a BACK FLIP, Dennis Rich and Tim Rapp hold the safety strap. lean' "el0Y duflng fhell' P-5 CICISS- -qui- -bi 47 N. , 4.1 -1 "jf . 7 AP' s ' -YAP Q ' iw X -A X . f , 7 I V-19" ' f N - gl: A .. ,, A W. ' . nl :Xxx X . 1' yr., x lu 4 H F v i g, :- -, v y G if: S-A ' Mgr 5 , 1 1 l.'. . .LW-fa: J ' 1 I --- fa 1 '1. 'ff- X.. R.. , , J, .pw -xii ,H f ,ff ,1 -, " ,ai ,kv 1 I SA.. ... . 5 """ in , x Y w X .JN .-I rg-. .-- A -Kg. Q 'S "Nfl xv.. f . 4 1 b Q .. ,L J' " v"' W "w 5: I' 'l"'3, 1. iw x I '. W1 il ,Fin EACH FACE A WORLD af ?ric14dsl11p Each friend a face to be remembered through the years .... Faces, whatever their characteristics -large-featured or delicately-formed, heart shaped or angular, creamy-white or sun-tanned, freckled face or clear, attractive or homely, look good to their friends: and some of Iife's most valuable friendships are made during academy days. Of the many good things that students find at NPA the greatest treasure is that of well-chosen Chris- tian friends. 49 Senior officers pirited class DON GREGORY SUSIE AITCHISON President Vice-President Class Pastor '61-'62g SA Par. '647 Girl's Club Sec. '64g Choir Vice-Pres. Band '62-'65y 4 Yr. Club '63-'65p SA Rep. '64p 4 Yr. Club wr' SUE SPOHN ORRIN LUNDY Treasurer Pastor French Club Sec. '63-'64, Religious Class Pres. '61-'62s BOYS Club Pres. Activities Mem. '64-'65p SA Member '64- '63-'64s SA Representative '62: 4 YI'- '65i 2 Yr. Student Club KAREN DUGE Secretary Girl's Club Pianist '64-'65p Yucca Staff '64-'65, SA Member '63-651 2 Yr. Su- dent PHIL LOWE Sgt.-at-Arms Religious Activities Mem. '64-'65p Inter- national Club Mem. '64-'651 Yucca Stuff '64-'65g I Yr. Student ead their hru the year JOHN ROBERTSON SUZANNE ROBINSON Valedicforian Salufalorian Bank of America Trophy in Liberal Arlsp Bank of America Award in Science and SA Religious-Vice '65, Class Pres. '62- Math: Short Stops Pres. '64-'65p GirI's '63p Boy's Club Pres. '64-'65, Liberly Club Parl. '65p Temperance Vice-Pres. '64- Vice '64p 3 Yr. Sludenl '65g 3 Yr. Student MRS. MARY BROADBECK Sponsor MR. CHARLES TEEL Sponsor X JIM NICHOLAS CAROLYN CURTIS GERRY KRATER Four-Year Club Presidenl Four-Year Club Vice-President Four-Year Club Sec.-Treas. Chorus Pastor '63-'647 Iniernalional Club Class Vice-Pres. '61-627 Class Represen- Boy's Club Mem. '61-'65p Band Mem. Mem. '64-'65: SPUHISII Club '63-'64: faiive '63-'64p SA Social Vice-Pres. '65y '6'l-635 Religious Aclivifies Mem. '64- 4 Yr. Club 4 Yr. Club '65, 4 Yr. Club il Lg . I . 1 '-fifiii Qi 1' Seniors go beyond I0O mark-largest graduating c ass JANET APPLEY Student Association Mem. '63-'65p Girl's Club Mem. '63-'65p 2 Yr. Student JUDY ARMBRUSTER Student Association Mem, '61-657 Bond '61 and '65p Day Student: 4 Yr. Club Member JANET ARTRESS Girl's Club Vice-Pres. '64- '65p Teen Toppers '63-'65p Choir Mem. '63-'65y 3 Yr. Student V , W ' ' 'i f Y . VJ, - A .N sa , . I N v A 5 .3 ' J K' 3 l . P . - -fi 3' faufvf' X ' RICHARD ALLEN Student Association Mem. '63-'65, Boy's Club Mem. '63-'65g Re- ligious Activities Mem. '64-'65p 2 Yr. Student CLAUDIA ALLRED Spanish Club Secretary '63-'64, Sabbath School Secretary '64-'657 Girl's Club Member '62-'65y 3 Yr. Student NOELIA ANGUERIA Student Assoc. Mem. '62-'Q5g Spanish Club Mem. '63-'64g Re- ligious Activities '64-'65p 3 Yr. Student DIANE ALLRED Girl's Club Secretary '65p Seminar Secretory '64-'65g Student Assoc. Mem. '63-'65p 2 Yr. Student - 5 i if i 'ily fl A. ,IQ .fl , lli i i, f 1 LOREN BAILEY Religious Activities Mem 64 65 Spanish Club Mem 63 64 New buriun Reporter 63 64 2 Y Student I - ' 1 l I l l CHERISE BAKER BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER OF TOMORROW AWARD Girls Club Sec 64 65 Short Stops Mem 64 65 2 Yr Student MARILYN BANIK Class Treus. '63-'64p Religious Activities Mem. '64-'65p Choir '63-'65g 3 Yr. Student ROLAND BARROS Boy's Club Mem. '64-'65g Inter- national Club Mem. '64-'65p SA Member '64-'65p l Yr. Student VERNELLE BERTHELSEN Girl's Club Sec. '65: Band, Choir Mem. '64-'655 Short Stops Mem. '64-'65g l Yr. Student CAROLYN BISSEGER Student Association Mem. '64-'65p Girl's Club Mem. '64-'65 Day Stuclenty l Yr. Student DENNIS BLOMBERG Religious Activities Club '64-'65p International Club Mem. '64-'65p Choir Mem. '64-'65, 4 Yr. Club KATHY BOLDMAN Bank of America Award in Liberal Artsg Yucca Editorg Girl's Club Vice- Pres. '63-'645 Class Vice-Pres. '63- '64p Teen-Toppers Pres. '64-'65g SA Treasurer '64-'65g 4 Yr. Club L .- -R , If J, STEPHANIE BALDENECKER Student Association Mem '63-'65g Girl's Club Mem '63-'657 2 Yr. Student JULIE CUNNINGTON GirI's Club Chorister '64 '65p Chair '63-'65p Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64 '65p 2 Yr. Student PAUL BUCHHEIM Religious Activities Mem. '64-'65y Boy's Club Mem. '63-'65y Spanish Club Mem. '63-'64p 2 Yr. Student TED CALKINS Boy's Club Pastor '65f Religious Activities Mem. '64-'65y Sabbath School Superintendent '65y I Yr. Student GEORGE CHING SA President '65p Class Pres. '63- '64y Religious Activities Treas. '64- '65p International Club P.R. Man- ager '64-'65, 3 Yr. Student RON COLLINS Sabbath School Sec. '63-'64p Stu- dent Assoc. Mem. '63-'65f Boy's Club '63-'65f 2 Yr. Student STEVE COLLINS Student Association Mem. '62-'65g Boy's Club Mem. '62-'65g Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'65y 3 Yr. Student CATHY CONRAD Bank of America Award in Fine Artsg SA Vice-President '657 Class Representative '64-'65f Choir Pi- anist '64-'65p Yucca Staff '64-'65p I Yr. Student LONNA CRANE SA Social-Vice '64-'65y Class Sec- retary '63-'64y Class Treasurer '62-'63, GirI's Club Purl. '62-'63y Yucca Staff '63-'65p 3 Yr. Student M , in. , Ki Seniors CHARLES DELAY Student Association Mem. '61-'65 Boy's Club '61-'65p Band '63-'65 Religious Activities Mem. '64-'65 4 Yr. Student BONNIE DOTY Student Association Member '64- 657 Day Student '64-'65p l Y. Student t 'I , ' 1 A i 1 A . ff .l,: ey. It f -- . DON DOWNEY AE Boy's Club Sgt.-at-Arms '64- Boys Club Sec Treas '65y Religious Activities Mem. Choir Pres 64 65 SA Mem '64-'65g SA Mem. '64-'65g 4 63 65 2 Yr Student Yr. Club TERESA EAVES SA Gen.-Vice '64-'65g Girl's Club Treas. '64g French Club Vice-Pres. '63-'64p 2 Yr. Stu- dent JOHN EAGAN SA Pres. '64-'65p Class Pastor '63-'64g Boy's Club Pastor '63- '647 2 Yr. Student ROBERT ECKLES Boy's Club Memberp Religious Activities Member: Chorus Member '64-'65g 1 Yr. Student BARBARA FALTER SA Member '63-'65p Girl's Club Member '63-'657 2 Yr. Student JANET FARLEY Newburiun Editor '64-'65p Class Sec. '61-'62p Girl's Club Sec. '64g 4 Yr. Club SUSAN FELDKAMP Religious Activities Mem.: Short Stops Member '64-'65p SA Member '61-'65p 4 Yr. Club I Seniors KEN FRIESEN Boy's Club Mem. '61-'65g Choir '64-'65p Chorus '62-'63g SA Member '61-'657 4 Yr. Club JODE GREGG Religious Activities Mem. '64- '65p International Club Mem. '64-'65, Choir '63-'65, 2 Yr. Student MILTON GOODMAN Student Association Mem. '63- '65g Boy's Club Mem. '63-'65g Chorus '64-'65y 2 Yr. Student JOLYNN HAAS Girl's Club Pastor '65g Choir '63-'64, Yucca Staff '64-'65 Class Representative '65p 2 Yr. Student ROLAND HALSTEAD SA Religious-Vice '64-'65p Class Pastor '62-'637 Religious Activities Pres. '64-'65 New- burion '63-'64p 4 Yr. Club JANICE HARLOW Sabbath School Sec. '64g Short Stops Mem. '64-'65p Chorus '64-'65, 2 Yr. Student TAKASHI HIGA Boy's Club Mem. '63-'65g Re- Boy's Club Mem. '64-'65g Re- ligious Act. Mem. '64-'65g In- ligious Activities Mem. '64-'65g ternational Club Mem. '64-'65y International Club Mem. '64- 2 Yr. Student '65p l Yr. Student uyrwt JOSE IBARRA Student Association Mem. '64-'65 Boy's Club Mem. '64-'65g Relig ious Activities Mem. '64-'657 l Yr. Student ELBERT JACKSON LAVERNE KELLER Student Association Mem. '63-'65f Girl's Club Mem. '61-'64g Relig. Boy's Club Mem. '63-'65g Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'65, ious Activities Mem. '64-'655 2 Yucca Staff '64-'65p 3 Yr. Student Yr. Student SUSAN LEE Y l96 Girl's Club Mem. '64-'65p Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'657 ln- ternational Club Mem, '64-'65f I Yr. Student BILL LECROY Student Association Mem, '64-'65g Boy's Club Mem. '64-'65g Chorus '64-'65g I Yr. Student RENEE LEFORE Student Association Mem. '64-'65 Girl's Club Mem. '64-'655 I Yr. Student SIDNEY LEW Boy's Club Mem. '62-'65y Relig- ious Activities '64-'65p Chorus '63- '64g 3 Yr. Student ANITA LYMAN Girl's Club Pres. '65p Teen Top- pers Vice-Pres. '64-'65g Choir Sec.- Treas. '64-'65g 2 Yr. Student SHARON MARTINELL Girl's Club Mem. '63-'657 Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'65, Inter- national Mem. '64-'65g 2 Yr. Student 57 "Th, 'Q- CHUNG KIM International Club Mem. '64-'65g Religious Activities '64-'65p Band '63-'65p 2 Yr. Student 'sus- U 1 O 5 SQK 8 0 o N . , l I x.,f -' ' . 1 ll ' l s - O 9 I . . s l,K,'t 'lo il "'s . , N lo 'li' 1. . . I l Qs. gr. ul ii. fmqctx -wi-.31-it, L : l av. :Nm A. wil-:ygxaa 'Tn .gig 'g.-151 , gl ,il I I lv ,wi J H-IQFYE " Q T 4 "Sli Q .ui i H1 INGER MICHALSEN Religious Activities Mem. '64-'65g International Mem. '64f'65y Short Stops Mem. '64-'65p l Yr. Student ALLEN MITCHELL Boy's Club Mem. '64-'65g Lib- erty Club '63-'64p Spanish Club Mem. '63-'64y 3 Yr. Student MARTHA MONTGOMERY Girl's Club Mem. '62-'65p Chorus '63-'64p Student Association '61- '65g 4 Yr. Club ELEANOR MORIKONE Girl's Club Mem. '61-'65 Spanish Club '63-'647 Chorus '63-'64y SA Member '61-'65g 4 Yr. Club HENRIETTA MUNOZ Girl's Club Mem. '64-'65p Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'65p Short Stops Mem. '64-'65g l Yr. Student BENNY NELSON Boy's Club Mem. 'bl-'65g Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'65p SA Member '61-'65y 4 Yr. Club JOE NAVARRO Boy's Club Mem. '62-'657 Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'657 Chorus '64-'65p 3 Yr. Student 58 r JOAN MINGUS Religious Activities Mem. '64-'65y International Club Mem. '64-'65, Choir '62-'63g 3 Yr. Student Ni Y .. in A I .v i I. I96 - -Y.-11. Seniors Mr. Chnrles Teel stresses a vital point to a group of seniors. KEITH ODELL Boy's Club Pastor '64-'65p Sab- bath School Superintendent '64- '65p Seminar Pres. '64-'655 3 Yr. Student LINDA NEIFERT Teen Toppers Mem. '63-'65g Choir '64-'65s Girl's Club Mem. '61- '65, 4 Yr. Club RAMONA PEREZ international Club Mem. '64-'65, Seminar Mem. '63-'64g GirI's Club Member '63-'65g 2 Yr. Student JUNIOR PENA Boy's Club Mem. '63-'65g Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'65g Choir '63-'65p 2 Yr, Student RAMONA PORTER Student Association Mem. '64-'65p GirI's Club Mem. '64-'65g Day Studentp 1 Yr. Student JEANNIE PREHN Bank of America Award in Voca- tional Artsg Girl's Club Mem. '61- '65y Religious Activities Mem. '64- '65g International Mem. '64-657 4 Yr. Club LEWIS RICH STANLEY ROBB Class Sgt.-at-Arms '61-'62, Choir Boy's Club Mem. '61-'65g Relig- '64-'651 Chorus '62-'63g B0y's ious Activities Mem. '64-'65p Band Club '61-'65g 4 Yr. Club '62-'65g 4 Yr. Club 'S' -.-. it ff' if V. .AJ 'fi' 'tit Ti 'Y -QU! . jg? if' ft 'inf 5 Mi' sin-3 ft, ' I x fs ri Q 'Y BERTHA RIOS International Club Mem. '64-'65g Short Stops Mem. '64-'65, SA Member '64-'65p 'l Yr. Student RALPH ROHAY Religious Activities Mem. '64g Band '62-'65g Instru- mental Group '63-'65g 4 Yr. Club , -'gp 'wi' I mr ll. HUGO RUIZ Religious Activities Mem. '64-'65p Boy's Club Mem. '63-'65g Band '63-'65p 2 Yr. Student SHAUNNA RUSSELL Girl's Club Sec. '62-'635 Sabbath School Sec. '64g Teen Toppers Sec.-Treas. '65p 3 Yr. Student EINAR RUSTAD Student Association Mem. '6'l-'65 Boy's Club Mem. '61-'65g Inter- national Club Mem. '64-'65, 4 Yr Club DON SCHMITT Yucca Staff '64-'655 SA Represen- tative '65p International Club Mem. '64-'65p Choir '63-'64g SA Serg.-at-Arms '65p 2 Yr. Student SUSIE SPINDLE Girl's Club Pianist '657 Inter- national Club Mem. '64-'65p Choir '63-'65, 3 Yr. Student SHEILA SNIDER Girl's Club Mem. '61-'65p Relig- ious Activities Mem. '64-'65g Teen Toppers Mem. '64-'65y 4 Yr. Club SHERI TANNER Girl's Club Mem. '63-'65f Liberty Club '63-'64g Temperance '63-'64, 2 Yr. Student WENDE SULLWOLD Student Association Mem. '64-'65g Girl's Club Mem. '64-'657 'I Yr. Student 60 l96 .il it I l I i . CANDI YOUNG Girl's Club Pres. '64-'65f Class Vice-Pres. '62-'63g Yucca Staff '64-'65f Choir '64-'65, 4 Yr. Club ,lf 4 CATHY THOMPSON Student Association Mem. '63- '65p GirI's Club Mem. '63-'65g Short Stops Mem. '64-'65g 2 Yr. Student DANNY TRUBEY Temp. Sec.-Tres. '64-'65g Band: Choir '63-'645 Boy's Prayer Bond leader '64-'65p 2 Yr. Student SCOTT VENDELA Boy's Club Mem. '63-'65p Re- ligious Activities Mem. '64-'65p International Club Mem. '64- '65p 2 Yr. Student DELIA VALDES Girl's Club Mem. '63-'65p ln- ternational Club '64-'65p Short Stops Mem. '64-'65g 2 Yr. Student CAROLE VANDEN Student Association Mem. '62- '65p Girl's Club Mem. '62-'65f 3 Yr. Student PEGGY WOMACK Girl's Club Chaplain '64-'65p lnternational Club Mem. '64- '65p Choir '64-'65y 2 Yr. Stu- dent LORRI WRIGHT Student Association Mem. '64- '65g Girl's Club Mem. '64-'65 Religious Activities Mem. '64 '65: l Yr. Student Seniors NEVA WYMAN Religious Activities Mem. '64- '65g Sabbath School Sec. '65, Short Stops '64-'65p 2 Yr. Stu- dent A . I . .v--f mt!" N V gl ,lg , c Y ,Ak 1 ..rhAZ'L..r .N ' , P--as rf' 'P 'fi 5, ,N - -. F I. , -NY ' r.fm'i' Q g , . Q H-R X xx iw.. S52 digg, ' il. 'WJ I feb I 2 rQ Zami , ' f.: r::., ' ,a'F-'.i':'E3:'fm?f:5-'t-- :ns ini N S5E'?:3:, S'-' , ,gf ga: - Eg?-'gf?1'f:' wif.. J-J Quick and Wright By the Majorit X ,il l' Leroy Quick President Gail Johnson Secretary Steve Stearns Sgt.-at-Arms Mr. Larry Wolfe Sponsor x, l f We 1, I x. gwieix Teresa Wright Vice-President Jean Powers Treasurer Verlyn Retzer Pastor Miss Linda Peirce Sponsor tv 1. -' -- p',, n . A . " ,K . .- A ,, .i , i l ,P 1.19 - T ""!" M 1. 'C .'i:'7V'vx Esther Alvidres Susan Baerg Alice Beckner 4, XX J' 7 ...P i iff P, ni f .-. ,J , X727 TL ' "" J 4. "X .' H 5 -.J , - rsb- X in f, lf' V". f J i Sharon Andrade Evelyn Beck Gail Bishop Are Elected of Junior Class .fl Qiffi- C iv' F1 ' . "' ' ' ffl: l if K f X X 1 E- Bob Christianson Arturo Cortez Dennis Dean Peggy Dean Ernie Fenderson Dennis Folkes iff David Bryson Kathy Buller Becky Cramer Kenneth Dunaway J ' Alle 'UH iQ if X ,. .N , ff- fjfrdsff- ' 'U' ill' -L:If:1?"'t,-m"?.ef Chuck Buller Lillian Buller Arlene Davis Mike Falter Junior faces portray satisfactio ff 'ef lviel Ai XJ V I , 'Q' ' Q f r 32.01 -If-ff 5' 4 ' UQ S p fir-i'?:f"'.1j' xr. '- " 7 X , ,55!:L : - ar "ll H, its X L '. . an if - '-17. ..- ., Y ,Q 1 X Q , 3 .E , i X w l ' ll l ' f.,.,g,.aW ' ' N F A. ff ' 1 4 Swv , . . l 1 , xx 1 N A , Jean Flores Kathleen Freeman Chip French Jack Good Gayle Gullell Susan Halslead Esther Hllmer Bruce Herrick Thomas Hickerson Mcrguerila Huerla Anita Irvine Louise Isaac Luann Johnson Shelli Jones Toni Kicenski 64 ith distingui hed looking blazers. 'nn F If l .V 3. -+-.gr 4 RFC' . -ou --5, 'fi sg . u J l P , . 0 lid, S' 4 J '4"l"hn , -f 19' l . JS ,A M- 3 7 ,wg , my R 1,+l . -."'f'-21 ,- , HA. , ,,. gg-.,,. . 1. , Lie-QR-. Aw"'7 1 ' 'l I 1.4 .fhilf , 'gl ,K NK BQ?-ff-l-Q--w.l 5 N k ' f 4.91511 l. A W ll '- I S , 1 if , ,R 4 Sf' Daniel Leedham Albert Lowe Terry Lukens Rolando Maldonaldo Susan Markle Gary McFeelers Harry Mead Daryl Miller Harlen Miller Vic Miller Peggy Mitchell Jo Ellen Monson Ronald Morikone Donella Moshcs Allen Munson 65 . .gi sd 5 f5 mx ' -1 fm lx .1 'ff 1 1 x n,. ' ls " l b H 1 1 A W., l ll f x Sh f J ,xl ! XUAVT 3 r ' f if ' ...wr l uf X A fan' Sandra Nurvnez Arnold Nqghed David NElS0l'l Donna Nelgqn Jerry Nelson Philip Nelson Glenn Odell Marilyn Osmunson Upperclassmen in l new navy blazers highlight skate. 'J l ll? Keum Tai Pang Norman Pervis Eddie Peterson Dale Pellibone Timolhy Rupp Judilh Reise -w. W' ,TQ 'ad 'S ,-s. X.:- i lx P w lf X i Juniors Leroy Quick, Teresa Wright, Steve Stearns, Jean Powers, Verlyn Retzer, Vic ,..-'SQfxR. Miller, and Chip French present new navy BLAZERS to students and faculty at Mon- GF " day night skate. 4 ,ftqqitu , ' L is ,Gs lr 3 t ji. as M V ,, lp , - ad" of X-Sv. ' l l . , l 'P' - ' -F.: 5 I 4 F V ' L ' 'A 1' f--6.46 K .af -yp ' ,Ag ' Ar U '.. X X gd . " W 'T' , .. U . i 'fig H 'P 5 . '4 ,V dl 4-1b .INA - . - 5 f-J 5. 1 nam . Marilyn Stoops Sandra Wolff Gay Unterseher Josephine Zavala Dennis Spohn Robert Wolfe Darwin Remboldt Teresa Rizzo Gladys Sepulveda Carol Volz Guadalupe Rizzo Gail Scoggins Ronald Sorrels Charles Wear f -s I, ' 1 Q l 73,-H J 'fl Q i E, t , ' I. - i , ,f '4 fl Mg, 3944. f 35 iii ' . -LQ... f 'Wk l 'Jil .t f xf ' v , ,e Q S l if ,, S' A Q4 f r Q I V 3, , , an , ,,, - L 'F , , My V "P V 1 1 1 li N'-v-fr Jf, Shirley Allred Arlene Andrews Charles Anlauf David Ayhens Shari Banik Linda Barnes Betty Barrow Karen Behney Bob Behney Chris Bennett Margaret Bennett Dennis Bisseger Barbara Blomberg Steve Bond Sandy Bruce Steve Calkins Victor Carrera John Clark David Coffey Jim Conrad Nancy Curran Dennis Darling Linda Darling Nickie Davis George Espinoza Mike Folk Candice Gaver Willy Gilbert Jerry Hallsted Arlene Hill Sophomore faces revea Mr. Lowell Hagele: Sponsor Mr. Edward Broadbeck: Sponsor Steve Nipper: President Janell Baumgarten: Vice-President Chris Johnslon Tommie Keller Linda Larson Candice Laspe Bonnie Lathrop Eno Lezcano "' Fred Lowe Jim McCulcheon Susie Myers Sharon Nix -.p it l L If x l 'T i r , Rosie Perez Karen Peters Jerry Pilon Joan Rains Dennis Rich .I 5 l ' F A, J 7?-Ah. Donna Rich Doug Rosendohl Lee Rosch Janus Schlund Mary Schuford l . vw Q Q sc- mx. A ,gg 5' Yolando Sonora Bill Sorenson Sharon Stevenson up V Vickie Van Meler -'fx 1 P' X Wayne Vigil fi" Lixgxw 5-1-,gh ' mi 1' '- R' T Fran Willis l l 45, QA -pi .X- .ld l Dennis Wilson 'F' I5 Myrna Wiser Judy Wyman greater self-confidence. V L 73 iff, 1 r X1 fx MJF? ' 'v .J -1 f . 'W vu L 4 Kalhy Farley: Treasurer Mary Monlgomery: Secrelary Dale Hamlin: Pasior Jim Abboll: Sergeanl-at-Arms Memoriam On the evening of November 18 the busy hum of campus activity stopped. Shocked disbelief and sadness enveloped the campus as whispered news of the tragedy passed from door to door. A fellow student, crossing the highway, was struck by an automobile and fatally iniured. New to the campus as a member of the Freshman Class, Mike Kruce enioyed life at NPA. The staff, students, and other friends mourn his death. Class of '68 Barbara Allen Lawrence Beckner Diana Bryne Dan Colvin Yvonne Crites Andrea Armbruster Kerry Berthelsen Lindale Chilson George Combe Polly Driver 4'1- it -J .yn ff he 1, Johnny Armenta Rodger Bisseger Marvin Clause James Crooks Shirlee Dupper -"J if rf 1, 1 x li - aff , x.1 A 1 ' i 1 ' f I N , 'lj 1 lb ., in , - will e l ' p A , 4, , . 1 1 .....n.L. -5 JO Richard Foster President Patti Ruckle Secretary Jim McFeeters Sergeant-at-Arms Eimei Diang Sponsor Susie Jensen Vice-President Bill Osmunsen Pastor Terry lmler Treasurer Arthur Tappen Sponsor Class of '68 if ,, A ,ANN I 4.-3 'J per' iw il rf? -1 l,f.,..v"'i'l l., X Marilyn Feldkamp Arthur Fingerle David Folkes Harley Freeman Kenneth Goldman Janelle Grounds Peggy Halstead Susan Hansen ,ll W Steven Hix Mary Hunting Jan Jacques Susan Jeffries Marianne Levy Robert Michaels Marigene Nelson John Petree Joan Rains Jenny Valentine ., Q7 . 4 l -.A sl- l Si! K 4- J! . A ,v,,,,,l ,J ,filly irll in -, fi.: ,yr s-mv H r- 'f-7 l -v J F is 2 ,-ff. NJA wi George Lim Judy Montgomery Mel Palmer Maryanne Phillips Sheila Rosell Jean Wolfe p-Q Gail Ludwig Johnnie Myers Arthur Pancoast Cathy Powers Victor Saba Andrea Woolley vi -01 rf' qi' 1-.J -. , N-v .,,a- ri - -5' vi ' 'S' f wi , -:L -u 'as- . ,si or in ' .4 l .aff- Y 'gi i t nv us., 'Q . 5 Hi 12 is ,iff 'lg' 'U Qi X xv P V To' . F' 7- - 'Q in M' ,. 1 Jkvv -J I N ,hA-'XA- wg? X fai l' A 'ge l ' l' " . :5 J 1 5 3-'L --skfitu , 9' 1 E P gg '54 ,. ' di I -JN Q 3 f' ' All 'B , 'ffflg'-,1 1,712 Principal John Bruce, A.M. Mr. Stanley Moser, A.M. MVS- ChCIrleS l-USPS, A-B- MVS- Alice Underhill Grades 7 and 8 Grades 5 and 6 Grades 3 and 4 Grades 1 and 2 Eighth-graders face academy. Susie Blomberg President Qt ft, My 3' -6 172 Michelle Papp Treasurer 'IJ'-,4 Denise Muff Secretary Sidra Tappen Vice-President .. ' V I ' , his -0' , fix ' 'fi t A S' i - 1' '5 Y , T G .- ", ..- 1 1 t ffv qt, Ron Patterson Pastor Jeanne Bryne Parliamentarian -el 0,-:qv Sheryl Bruce Historian Tw nl -.4 ,r ' ff . I. 'E'-I ,.,, 1 - A V if fVI1'l."l an A G. I " l r auf' 96 -rc I malf- an is 99 FIRST AND SECOND GRADERS are ifront rowl Bobby Tompkins, Jon Jeffries, Craig Denman, Donnie Williamson, Kris Prior, Robert Anderson, Sam Jeffries, David Moser, Scott Colvin, Kenny Rustad, iback rowl Eddy Bruce, Dennis McKenzie, Martha Stanley, Jill Williamson, Kathy Allnutt, Mrs. Underhill, Diane Huddleson, Alison Anderson, Joy Bates, Terri Bryne, and Elizabeth Curtis. Conejo school has enrollment THIRD AND FOURTH GRADERS are lfront rowl Lynn Noll, Charles Brown, Jeff Jeffries, David Tompkins, Leland Maddin, Peter Noronher, Bill Stanley, Mike Paterson, Forest Laspe, lback rowl Charles Laspe, Beth Bower, Linda Paterson, Anita Denman, Marley Tappen, Mrs. Laspe, Charlene Hilliard, Ruth Baldenegro, Joyce Hilliard, Naomi Baldenegro, William Laspe, and Sylvia Noronher. L ,Ji- Jaf-1? ' Jn by . 'sw F-hilt" rp. .- f 1 FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADERS are lfroni rowl Gary Unlerseher, Ralph Fuslad, Dennis Carlson, Joy Harding, Bobby Woolley, James Hunllng, James Allnull, Marlin Baldenegrog lback fowl Gina Muff, Michele Allnul, Pally Pelers, Tana Rapp, Alan Armbrusler, Mr. Moser, Todd Rapp, Cherie Pryor, Melody Jeffries, and Darlene Pellibone. nf 77 elementary students. SEVENTH GRADERS are lfronl rowl Scoll Burisan, Jan Ruslad, Vernon Pilon, Tom Sorrels, Edwin Markle lback rawl Connie Combe, Judy Halstead, Ruth Laspe, Mr. John Bruce, Margi Fingerle, Diane Carlson and Earlene Dupper. Ll .H N ,J W 1 3v"', fi Q.. ,Y .iw ' P T Bias 1 1 L" gm . n ' "fl - 'A' lj , .tan 1. . . . lt. 1 ' J Qs .., ,,: I W , , .'1 ' 5-'1 z . ir, . :z,,,'f.JJ,,:fiV,E ii - - , Af .gg , Mi? - '- ' 4 71 'TEL-J 4-Z ' Q Q'-fi ' 'if T? In E if ,fi- 4,5 - f ..... , 2.5. 1,5 ,L 1: -'.- ,vi J ..-....,-.,i.pA,L 3, , .- .. - Sw. is wk F Af ,V ' 57,1 1 4 1 A4 A A 44 -- 1' 5- 4 -F, ' '44 v 2' aj ff -4'g", ,if If :- , x J. - S P -, - kj , . X, 'fsflip' 'F -.sr of A - - F' 5 444 1 - " I' " .:' Ei AA 1 g-f'f15'g v 'Q 4 "HMA :I L"-qv'-'N ' f , 19?-- ,ff " I r x-4fL, ' Q F' 'Ju A-W A i ry- .dx 'L' 'F 'r A 4 'E - " : ' w A ' - :M ,M l A M K . 3 Jiffy ' 'H A ' . - 5 a H W P ' 1 I A 0 94- .. -" 5: 'V 'QL A 6 ' Gi: fy- 5 F ' 1 - A -- I 25 Mx' .31 , V' iff if H-L 41:-h A vgww ff- ,. M n " W fig- V n,,,-,A A - N 4 , :+V tarfgo F 4 H . 1'Q.Q?pE Q -I Z ' 4 V E nf , 'rf . 1 ,W-Q l-h V I i f . , 5 ng W J' Y '.' V ,, A fu' H - ,fm '. "J WJ- " Mai Q? ,-l,., in t I I i l l EACH FACE WO R L D of Affivffif Eager faces, full of excitement, anticipation, im- patience, alert faces, watchful faces, calculating faces-strained faces, full of determination, ten- sion, concentration, bold faces, courageous faces, uninhibited faces-starry-eyed faces, full of un- restrained ioy, rapture, laughter, these faces por- tray the living, moving world of purposeful ac- tivities . . . activities planned to be not only enioy- able but also beneficial. Participants may be benefited physically during intramural events and school picnics, they may be benefited socially at seasonal banquets and club outings, they may be benefited culturally from informational lectures and talent programs that are staged throughout the year. 77 SECOND SEMESTER SA EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS are Itirst rowl President George Ching, Social Vice-President Carolyn Curtis, General Vice-President Cathy Conrad, and Religious Vice President John Robertson: Isec- ond rowl Secretary Suzy Jensen, Jim Conrad, Judy Wyman, Susie Halstead, Tucker Hicker- son, Parliamentarian Jolynn Haas, and Ser- geant-at-Arms Don Schmitt, tthird rowl Spon- sors Mr. Crew and Miss Reese, Pianist Anita Lyman, Publicity Secretary Allen Munson, Treasurer Kathy Boldman, and Janet Farley. President, John Eagan, encourages discussion of plans for the SA bus campaign. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS are Ifront rowl Willard Osmunson, Fred Lowe, Candi Young, Social Vice- President Lonna Crane, Janet Farley, lsecond rowl Religious Vice-President Roland Holstead, Treasurer Kathy Boldman, Pianist Anita Lyman, Shirley Dupper, Chip French, Sergeant-at-Arms John Robertson, Sponsors Mr. Crew and Miss Reese, Myrna Wiser, Donna Nelson, Secretary Cathy Conradg Knot shownl Parliamentarian Don Gregory. Those who are qualified to go on an all- expense-paid, three-day SAN FRANCISCO TRIP agree that it was well worth the time and work they spent raising S150 for the new school bus. Packing for the trip are sponsor Mr. Crew, Fred Lowe, Janet Farley, Kathy Farley, Sharon Nix, Inger Michalsen, Peggy Womack, Kathy Freeman, Sponsor Miss Reese, and Harley Freeman. Not shown are Darwin Rembolclt, Albert Lowe and Jeanie Prehn. The Student Association is the main out- let for organized social activity of the campus. The officers are elected at large from the student body twice a year, for a term of one semester. These officers help plan such activities as the annual school picnic, the campaign - which this year was devoted to the raising of funds for a new school bus, and parties and banquets. The association not only provides social activity for the students, but also trains them for positions of responsibility now and after graduation. SA sponsors variety of student activities DISNEYLAND trip is the 3rd prize award in the bus campaign. Donna Nelson, Marilyn Stoops and Marilyn Banik enioy a visit with Mickey Mouse in Adventure land. Charlie Delay and Kathy Boldman try their balance skills during an event at an SA Party. Donna Nelson, Marilyn Banik, and Marilyn Stoops have a thrilling ride on the MATTERHORN at Disneyland L .il l The breathless spectators sigh audibly as Tim Rapp, iunior, clears the bar in the HIGH JUMP competition. A pi ni brings Junior victor . Vigorous training and much practice pre- cede the day of the annual SA picnic. Competition among classes in such events as the mile run, shot put, high iump, baseball throw, 100-yard dash, and var- ious runs and other events brings points to the first, second, and third-place win- ners of each event. Points are tallied at the end of the day and the winning class is awarded the SA trophy. Mary Montgomery, Martha Mantgom Having acquired large appetites after the ery, Donna Nelson, and Julie Cunning morning activities, the students are glad ton at the sound of the gun start th when LUNCH TlME comes. RELAY RACE. Betty Barrow and Donna Nelson push hard to get ahead in the HUNDRED- YARD DASH. Amid the cheers of the crowd, Jack Good crosses the finish line for first place in the MILE RUN. ary Montgomery, Martha Montgo- ery, Donna Nelson, and Julie Cun- Students, tired and aching, return to their ington. at the sound of the gun dorms after a day of fun at the annual tort the RELAY RACE. SA PICNIC. The faces of Susie Aitchison, Chuck Buller, Ernie Fen- derson, and Carolyn Curtis appear satisfied as they look into a carefully prepared room during BOYS' OPEN HOUSE. Dorm life at Newbury Park Academy represents the ideals of Christian fellowship. The many experiences, happy or sad, shared through living together help to form a more mature character which is the foundation for adult life. The dormitories are filled with many ioyful sounds of happy students, sharing the fun ofa slumber party, pillow fight, or iust talking to one another. Altogether dormitory life is a never- to-be-forgotton experience shared by all who live in this home-away- from-home. ,,.- 'TU Ji I Mr. Arthur G. Tappan, A. B. Dean of Boys Dorm life - friends, fun, and foll l tr if - Dave Ayhens is undaunted by the 200 pounds he is holding over his head as Dennis Folks and Bob Christiansen spot him. S 1 . On election night the girls' club sponsors an ELECTION PARTY for all ol the girls. Watching the election returns on television, eating refreshments, and enioying a break in the routine activities are enioyed by everyone. V. l , I l l l , I l ,K , ,, W ' in 41: F l ,ai 1 Q A ,l A ' L' 1 A 1 Mrs. Rose Kaster Miss Gwen Zimmerman, A, B. Ass't. Dean of Girls Dean of Girls ILIHE . I ,-f I Playing "this is a very solemn occa- sion" is a favorite PASTIME for girls in the dorm. Saturday night brings a GET-TO- GETHER in the senior hall of the dorm. One guitar and several dozen voices blend together in folk singing. The FIRST SEMESTER GIRLS' CLUB OFFICERS dem- onstrate their musical talent while relaxing on the front lawn. From left to right are Marilyn Stoops, treasurer, Julie Cunnington, charisteyr, Candi Young, president, Karen Duge, pianist, Jan Artress, vice-president, Teresa Eaves, parliamen- tarian, Cherise Baker, secretary, and Peggy Womack, chaplain. FIRST SEMESTER BOYS' CLUB OFFICERS: Allen Munson, vice-president, Keith Odell, pastor, Fred Lowe, reporter, Don Downey, sgt.-at-arms, Chip French, chorister, Albert Lowe, sec.-treasurer, and John Robertson, president, make plans for future club activities. Dorm clubs staffed b "live-wire ". Clad in Hale Wahine sweatshirts the SECOND SEMESTER HALE WAHINE OFFICERS-Suzie Rob- inson, parliamentarian, Diane Allred, treasurer, Vernelle Berthelson, secretary, Jolynn Haas, pastor, Anita Lyman, president, Donna Nelson, vice-president, Susie Spindle, pianist, and Sandy Wolff, chorister-enioy an ice cream feast in the cafeteria. id SECOND SEMESTER BETA DELTA KAPPA OFFICERS have their first meeting to organize for their new duties. The officers are Steve Calkins, chorister, Glenn Odell, sgt.-at-arms, Ted Calkins, pastor, Ken Dowswell, sec.-treas., 'mrlyn Retzer, vice-president, and Allan Munson, president. The NEW STUDENTS attending NPA second semester are George Koh, Pearl Lee, Helen Liu, Elizabeth Lee, Sandy Carpenter, Claudia Compton, Stacey Aaby, Ralph Richards, Victor Barton, and Nolan Porter: not shown: Kathie Gribble, Debbie Sewell, and Nancy Snow. Figs: "Ji-ff 0' 2. s., Y 2 ,ass-iii' Face -new and old at PA Twenty-six freshmen of 1961-'62 are now completing their fourth year ot NPA. Members of the FOUR YEAR CLUB are lfirst rowl Armbruster, Vice- President Curtis, President Nicholas, Secretary Krater, Farley, Prehn, lsec- ond rowi Feldkamp, Montgomery, Young, Aitchison, Boldman, Neifert, Snider, Morikone, lthird rowl Dow- ne , Robb, Delay, Rich, Rohoy, Blom Y . ber, Sponsor Miss Doris Syme, Rustad, Lundy, Nelson, Gregory, Halstead, Knot showni Ken Friesen. "pf 11 .ugiff 'll-f 4 - WR" s K K . 1 . ' Q1 E ,I :i', K 'I'-Y., U' .1 1' .. V 5 , iw- , + J IT P jf .. p. lf. L. ' J: ' .WP ,f my L y. mf, ,u - x ,Y vu.. . ,-1 'xv i E? 4- J, 1 M ,.1, -'W Vzxk-4 ,rlf I A QI! fi W -4. . ,IH HM W' i , .,,. -:-'ww 1 A 1 v ,W Y..f wif "fi ,Q clubs keep students active. TEEN TOPPERS, NPA's girls over 5'8" tall, visit Jungleland where their symbol of height is Henry the giraffe. The members are lleft to rightl Vice-President Anita Lyman, Marilyn Feldkamp, Linda Neifert, Janet Artress, Nancy Curran, Teresa Eaves, Jean Powers, Kathy Zavala, Kathy Farley, Sharon Stevenson, Presi- dent Kathy Boldman, and Sponsor Mrs. Rose Koster, not shown: Secre- tory-Treasurer Shaunna Russell and Sheila Snider. Thegshort girls under 5'2", commonly known as the SHORT STOPS, barely stand above the little sports car. The members are lseatedl Jean Nelson, Inger Michalsen, Secretary Gayle Gullett, President Suzi Robinson, Vice-President Lonna Crane, Delia Valdes, Bertha Rios, Diana Bryne, Henrietta Munoz, lstanding first rowl Sponsor Miss Diang, Vernelle Berthelson, Karen Behney, Judy Reise, Bonnie Lathrop, Cathy Thompson, Shirley Allred, Ena Lezcano, lstand- ing second rowl Neva Wyman, Karen Duge, Gladys Sepulveda, Sharon Andrade, and Cherise Baker. Handel' "Messiah" hi hlights Christma holiday celebrations One of lhe oulsfanding features of lhe year is Handel's MESSIAH presenled by lhe Newbury Park Academy band, choir, guest soloists and other vocalists al the annual Christmas program. --, ., Is I . l - ' 1 4 , . . r ar -1 I. 7- V1 gr 4 I.-1:7715 CI. 3. 4 1 I nfl ' f 'le Fl. H1 9.31 g- -.pw Featured soloists in the MESSIAH are baritone, Mr. Gert Muser, voice teacher at California Lutheran Collegeg contralto, Mrs. Betty Clement, art instructor, pianist, Cathy Conrad: sopranos, JoLynn Hass and Julie Cunnington, academy seniors, and tenor, Mr Arthur Tappen, boys' dean. Time makes no difference. Whatever the century, wherever the place, Christmas is the holiday season of seasons. It is the time when the hearts of men are turned in deepest gratitude to the Babe that gave them all they have. At the student's "home away from home" this significance is perhaps sensed most during the "Mes- siah", around the Christmas tree, or iust watching the happy faces of students. They have ioy, they have reverence, they have unselfishness. For His sake may this spirit continue throughout the year. ln most of the world the CHRISTMAS season is the highlight of the year, especially at NPA. The girl's dorm TREE is being decorated by the officers of the girls' club while Julie Cunnington leads the rest of the girls in singing Christmas carols. Q Ha -N' gqfvfsi' fu h d ' I 3 I' OI1 3 I1 I1 LI 3 . W I, W. 5 V i : E --L 2 - n " ', r pi 9' I ,ii J I J . X. I iQ " f , . 519, an 'F' I I1 4. , .L I ' I , ' if 1 U , 1 9 In v i fb I if ' . ax5'i1,. X I J LY' s fi I IE., I X ,L I 1 I -'f ' f , . I 'f-ff A f , I f i ' 4 - 7 I '. - ff' "I If - Q f " I A11 xi: ' fy 5 I ,.5 I' X " ' I 1,1-5 gt - B , lg I 6'-tiki A U ,h f , , E x.,v 1 4 ' .'-K Y U 1-J I 3 ' 'fl' - ' 'El'-Qi A' ,I L I r' A -4-I , - I ' g f I I I , ' E ' X , I . if I3 X I f ' A I X I2 -,'S,'. -' I " I I I 0 I0 PHIL Lows, Junior Editor LONNA CRANE, Luyouf editor CHERISE BAKER, Senior Editor ORRIN LUNDY, Advertising Manager CANDI YOUNG, Senior Editor JOHN ROBERTSON, Copy Editor DON SCHMITT, Art Editor JOLYNN HAAS, Copy Editor KAREN DUGE, Underclossmen Editor MR. UNTERSEHER, Sponsor .H CATHY CONRAD, Underclassmen Editor MRS. ROTH, Sponsor KATHY BOLDMAN, Editor-in-Chief LAVERNE KELLER, Junior Editor JEAN POWERS, Associate Editor I I I I O I I i , J FN Speech class in "CavaIcade of Radio" cene . I 'Y' Y: Jfiii . . ' 'IV J . l Y 4"' g'n'f 'V llll Y-ar Barber shop quartet-Don Schmitt, Ralph Rohay, Richard Allen, and Charlie Delay -pose harmoniously in spite of the straight pins holding their size 40-46 blazers on them. Dale Pettibone and Milton Goodman dig the "prop" stove out of the attic for the "three o'cIock in the morning" scene in the days when crystal sets were the only radios. Gay belles of the 'l92O's-Lillian Buller and Carolyn Bisseger-seem delighted with the mellow l?l tones of one of Edison's early phonographs. l I -eff' I-s?' uf'- ,RJ 551- wh, L , ,-w. L Wifi '3- , ,, . ' 5 : ,. g 0 . r' N ' ' W ...MQ-I Y h '-6 . :- -. Q . I A-""l gftff ',. V L.-V , ,K gif , "V .X -51 V . . .. . V . ., :,,V,::g5: -.. .19 V n. V-..Q , ,,,, ..... Q A , -- f-'cr"sl: .N vs 4.4 .fav X ips W, -QA? 3 qw a 1 xlib. 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It is the purpose of the academy's work program not only to channel the energy of each student into constructive achievement, but also to better qualify him for his place in society. I xx- i gi . KL, E CHCCJ7 'x N L I MRS. HI LDA UNTERSEHER 51 ., .... ,lm ii N Accountant ITN ,. 'C- J - -:Eli . Ifwanig ' " 4. " V . D F v L 7 S Eqvv J J fi, 4 .Y .i 9, 54 J, 3-' 5 Gil., , I I .,--' H il, . H: W 1 . K N -'Y '- . 5' , I' Y 71. 1 6' - ,gf 'ive n " V -' . ,fff'11'f-WIT 'I' 2fiLOwfCIiMW J Z? X If! IJ: YL .I If Zn-?a, ,sff 1 I O 2 ' ff' V f I , I ' ' , t- Y , ,bs I CAM 'WL-f' I ,gi ' A M11 ,,..f-X Fig 45. VIH - - ,Q 'xg I Rv . . 1 1 1 . . V 1 MRS. VIRGINIA BRYNE Cashier, PBX Operator MISS JOAN REESE, B.S. Secretary to the Principal Not Shown: MRS. BETTY CLEMENT NCR Posting Machine Operator, Art Teacher ly V I Gail Johnson, MUSIC LIBRARIAN, checks out music for students during practice periods. l l ll li, l. K. The harmonious furnishings of Mr. Charles TeeI's new ., office make GRADING iunior and senior Bible PAPERS an "H ' enloyment for Jolynn Haas and Janet Farley. g it it ltq l Office hire responsible youth The BOOKSTORE keeps Janelle Baumgarlen and Marilyn Banik busy selling school supplies and textbooks as well as personal items to those who must rush to their next class. , ,fl "' li i I 'Wig ll it - In . .. r Jmi. , l F ' " E 4 3' v . t X' 'll' :rr gg A ., I lvl N.. ,gf - ll-1 .31. ,. " ' li f l g -ur' MRS. EDNA WILCOX Attendance Clerk W l ll F l 1 A 1 l l l be--L A - ik.,- lr 1, 'l Renee Lefore and Frances Willis are kept busy filing student program cards and checking them in the I REGlSTRAR'S OFFICE. gl 1 nl ,r ll it I QQ MIMEOGRAPHING tests for teachers or lists for the offices are only a few of the tasks Donna Nelson and Janice Harlow perform while working in the Registrar's Office. Most modern mechanica used for binding, mailin The administrative offices are always busy with a seemingly never-ending round of recording, filing, billing, and typing. ln addition to these routine duties, NPA's offices keep the books, assign labor, do payroll, handle accounts receivable and payable for five maior on-campus indus- tries, keep all scholastic records and at- tendance records, do duplicating for the staff. ,- 'T Q A if ,i .' ' Av' i. fr,-1 i x office equipment ping, accounting. In addition to working in the administration building, stu- dents are employed in other types of offices on campus. Some help their dormitory deans with the receptionist, secretarial, and clerical iobs. Others assist the school nurse. Don Gregory, NURSE'S AIDE, assists Mrs. Mary Broadbeck, school nurse. X , 1, 1 1 'ee E I ll ,,,., n ., -s . W lt '11 Q ,X- s 4 L Ynmlii' NX. 1 'TY I , Ixuffr- V, I 1 lf ji , " I 5, xi X i i . N in , Q , ti I 5 g s 1 up e V iv- - , -fs 1 W ' - "s Q ' L J 'wx , -"'L'e x l l ' l gf - i' "-we c - . M c f .Q ' , - I i . - J" K f, 1 ' l . . ' ' ,M ll ' gl-gi" gf i fe? L,: , ' , , - e lifv-sian M ,gi . r as--.sff-.5 's.,,ff2fc e+ 'L -f-at il fl-if 1 'f ' --hi ' . 1f1f.'5S y S'-,,.tJ'f 'Luk' . 1. so -A " g:,,Vg.v'Lv,I .P 'fi 1 "9 fl ?'1 ,J 5 Y-k Q1 ' ' ff. p, 'Vu ' "Just two more weeks, FElLA5," says Vic Miller, who works for the dean. Anticipation is reflected an Ken DowsweII's and John Armenta's faces at the thought of the soon-coming weekend leave. Making sure the girls are in their rooms and that they are quiet aren't the only iobs of a MONITOR. Here Jodee Gregg tries to explain a point in history to Inger Michelson, a new student this year from Norway. l wiv? ,ef- Wallace Lorenz Broomshop Manager Mrs. Ruby Lenz Food Service Direclor Om: Lenz, A.M. Don Hilliard, B.S. Grounds Maintenance ?"x M, . -,F ' .i ,kia QS. 'H if 'v . gal!- i 1 , 4 , ,, r X' ,a i 3 ll, bw X . l lim 1 "E ,iff if .d-,::" 6-l-N ' 7 ""'Ws 1 4 l l s lf' u ll if l l M, M. Pellibone A-, - Electronics, Wocdshop Joe Rapp Laundry Manager R. A. Bryne Earl Dupper Garage Dairy N' A 'M l K ,f Q y l Industries need effective leaders. The department heads shown on the opposite page represent the maior indus- tries on the campus. NPA students have the opportunity of defraying school ex- penses by working in one of the l7 campus work departments. Such work experience not only develops worth-while skills, but also builds self-confidence and a sense of responsibility. Bob Wolfe helps Mr. George Daughelee, MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT, with the brine tanker, while Mr. Don Hilliard directs Jerry Pilon in connecting the hose. fi 'A T5- i X fi ,X , li 'x ' -s41'r..:er.s im- 1 'ir I 'N Mr. Daughetee and David Ayhens alter the PLUMBING for a new drinking fountain in the hall ofthe ad building. Ken Dunaway and Ed Daughetee wait while Mr. Dale Clement, WOODSHOP FOREMAN, gets paint ready for spraying. ..-""' T l l Ill .fy- l ,A Academ has service station garage, dairy products store XX-,-,-,....-., -"ffl-f2.'1 Checking the oil in a customers car at the academy SERVICE STATION is at tendon! Ken Dowswell Working on a school peep ure Jame Abbott and Robert Eckles siudenl GAR AGE workers f -5, Mr. Ed Bates, DAIRY ASSISTANT, checks one valve on the line lo the cooler. Dairy serves local community and several other metropolitan institutions. Gary McFeeters, CASH AND CARRY clerk, sells potato chips, bread, milk Mr. Charles Brown, DAIRY ASSISTANT, and John Clark, stu and'cookies to Suzy Hansen and Judy Montgomery. dent worker, milk the cows at two o'clock in the morning. Dorris and Buck Alexander, SUPERVISORS of Ace Broom Company, unload broom corn soon fo be made into brooms. Largest campus industr SORTING V0"l0US qualifies of COIN, MVS- OVC B- Johnson S'-IP' Chung Kim STITCHES lhe brooms quickly and skillfully lo com- ervises David Nelson, Dennis Allred, and Eslher Alvidres. plefe another gfep in me mqking of Ace brggmgl lf . 4"-ll Ll' 1, l' "' 'll ll l 3i -. 3 , 1 V ml ff W! ' 'l 115,-rf' ' r , V f 'I lx If' H .wa ' Pla Vfff , . i,..,5,-'T-if , ,' rf' .fl I I f f I, .- 1 as wJ' l 4 ya , 'cg Y-Niall, -. -f-'tai l .' I in Ace Broom Company and Lorenz House- wares give many students an opportunity to earn all or part of their expenses while attending NPA. Over 50 students paint handles, sort corn, wind, stitch, and label brooms, assemble mopsticks, wind and package mops and mopheads, and do various other iobs necessary to the making and packaging of fine quality brooms and mops. ln these iobs they earn approxi- mately 548,300.00 annually toward their expenses. Ace and Lorenz products are distributed throughout the Pacific Coast. mploys 7 . ,..,.-...T I .zz .f ' L., if f ,' im' - q i I Max Ragsdale WINDS maps together after tacking the mophead onto the handle. Maps will then be packaged and sent to their various destinations. CUTTING the mops in appropriate lengths ond then BAGGING is one of the last phases of preparing mops STITCHING two lengths together is one of Tucker Hicker- for shipment. -Bqglnhgltbiiifitillii 51095 G Swiff Und effifieflf san's iobs in the mopshop. iob of packaging them. 'a . L ,, is "N-Ax Cafeteria i a popular place 3 times a da . BREAKFAST time finds hungry and some sleepy students eating a satisfying meal. New chairs of coral, turquoise, and white fibermold add to the decor and congenial atmosphere of the academy cafeteria. LUNCH comes as a pleasant interlude between thought- provoking classes and varied work assignments. Danny Trubey hands pie to servers Claudia Allred and Sandra Bruce to place on the decks. Facing a hungry family of four or five at each mealtime is challenge enough for most homemakers. Multiply that challenge by seventy-five or one hundred-that's what Mrs. Ruby Lenz, Food Service Director, and her associates must do three times daily for the nine months of each school year. During the summer months their "family" diminishes to approximately fifty. Preparing for all-school banquets, faculty dinners, Student Association picnics, class parties, and other special affairs adds variety-and work-to their responsibilities. Efficient student employees help the cafeteria directors by baking, cooking, serving, checking, cleaning, and operating the modern dishwashing equipment. Far too often taken for granted, this fine crew daily deserves the appreciation of the many students and staff members who comprise the huge school "family." A DINNER brings a slower pace with more time to enioy good food and the company of friends. Mrs. Marie Pilon, Assistant Food Service Director, and Mrs. Don Hilliard, Cafeteria Assistant, prepare crispy pizza buns for the evening meal. l A . 'mill I , ll i l i l , YQ!-.JI ,J l V Keeping the campus grounds in top-notch condition is a 4 necessary and time consuming iob. Mr. Otto Lenz A.M., 9 GROUNDS SUPERVISOR, helps Willie Gilbert and James McCutchen as they trim bushes in front of the administration Q building. Mw-,,,....s ,F,..,. 1 l . I yu 4-ifg, LI.. , .Jn urll' Student JANITORS Charles Wear and Stanley Robb wax and polish the floors in the reading room. 19534 :ESE 5 L in 3 Students and faculty sleep easy, knowing Mr. Gene Peters, NIGHT WATCHMAN, is keeping things under control throughout the night. At our service night and da . 'gala ggi, 'fzgii F57 1 -,,,,,- ,.-""' i ll ii ' -i tif- X.. Mr. Joe Rapp, MANAGER, and his ASSISTANT, Mrs. Erma Nicholas, check the schedule for the day. lMr. Bob Adams, assistant manager, not shown.l Academy laundry I serving well bot The academy laundry, situated for a little more than a year in its new building, is doing an ever- expanding business. Employing forty-five girls and four boys, it accommodates eleven hospitals, two motels, and several nearby industries. The student's laundry is Carol Vanden and Joan Mingus fold the freshly Eleven hospitals depend on the academy laundry for mountains of linen pressed sheels alle' removing 'hem from me MANGLE' and other items. Meeting these deadlines keeps the workers moving at a lively pace. Chris Bennett, Carol Vanden, Pat Hagan, and Lindo 77- 7---.s -- Barnes are busily engaged in FOLDING hospital gowns. l' l' 3-'S ' . wifi it ut jg will L ..f,- " ' rf? 'A A 'H I. 'F 1 JU ,. -' 4 l ll' 1 ,tl ,..?!f, x E fx . - I . J I V 'lp-' -"sr---f'-A , we - -V J---.. ' 4 'U' l 1-VX' L1 .t ,N- I L X l .4 5 , a two-fold industry chool and communit also serviced here. Five thousand pounds of wa shin g are done daily. To make the work more ef- ficient and safe for each student employee, the academy laundry is furnished with the most modern commercial laundry equipment. Six adults train and supervise the laundry crew. .-t K -f . , J, , ,. . '. . ' . 1 -5 .- l ' 1 it lt E -.Waits F l "DX + JfF'V "' "-' 'nz H - . 1 gt I u ri.. I 'X ll, at f . ff" treo: 1 5: E--F' lil ,. 0 fy fs .4gr.e.X...gi Mr. Bill McKeever and Mr. Walter Freeman are responsible tor laundry pickup and DELIVERY. This iob truly keeps them on the road! PRESSING her share of the 720 shirts done each week, Teresa Ring puts the finishing touches on shirt number 702. in Congratulations fo fhe Class of '65 from INGlE BROS. CO. PHOTO CONTEST WINNER .FDOIfR. 1 U' L' ,. 1'.1r' ,Q . , U "quality you can taste" l U 35 Delicious Dairy Products T T T including Ice Cream For Service Phdhe 483-2783 Congrafulafions fo the Class of '65 from THE WELCH COMPANY '. . ' 'Q-Efirf ,.fv- A.,-.--,. .111 L4 -, w A' 71.4 E' ' J'1241F,Z3ciP2sw'L'! '. -. TQ' I 'I- wi 1-fq -N ,, E, Q, A., , -fx ,,,. M .,., , as -M-uf ,ul ww., . 2 L, :L:-E55-.s:s:a:a:a:a:a:s:s:a:s " ' QI: ' ' V'-'fu' 4,-A ---- ,Q "'-::3.I..:. ' :'- '1"g.- 'ATT' '. ,, """"""""" "" ' :J ' A ,JT ,W QF' N - 35? !-'51l:'C5lf- .,., x,VV "sv f' .A-'ZA 1 - 'r,,',5':f f T3'rf,i,T,:7E if ax... J V95 mf' '93 -. A L- A, T. ,- .rv -.T nh ,- Tx-I ,- .T I A A' fs I 3 .,,,..:- . 1 T. ' 7 ' T-N., , 6.1 1" S '- 'ff ,M-53"-'f gf - 1 f ff Tv, ,, 3 . 1,-L,-T.-Ln. , M -- E, , T' .E-.ii f v. I t 5 " '7f' .f.j fi ' ' A. +V B-A4 . 'f..'-41' 5 I . 1 1 A ,- .- r ,'.,,ex- . 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' 1-f THE CHURCH!-THE CGRNERSTONE OF EDUCATION AT LA SIERRA COLLEGE nun , 5 You cAN on :mo mls Plcruns I I I I I I I I, un unlin- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, WRITE TI-IE REGISTRAR, PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE, ANGWIN, CALIFORNIA VENTURA ESTATES SENIOR RETIREMENT HOME INOT a nursing homei owned and operated by Southern California Conference Association of S DA Telephone: HUnter 2-5212 , - A J6.fLf.'. ' A P ,P , BEAUTY SHOP 5-Viv P - 5' u, . i' Camarillo Cleaners We operate our own plant 4 hour service on request Pick up and Deliver 1964 Ventura Blvd. S8'H Green Stamps , 1 Camarillo, Calif. ,g' Y 2312 Ventura Blvd. is -if-. J' - lf Phone: 482-2319 ' Plate Gloss ' Shower Doors ' Table TOPS ' Tub Enclosures ' Plexi Glass ' Sliding Gloss Doors FASHION of INTEGRITY CAMARILLO GALAXY GLASS CO. Dresses - Coats ' Auto Gloss ' Window Glass ' Mirrors ' Pictures and Picture Frames SpOl"l'SWeGl' 2135 VENTURA BLVD. ORVlLLE BERG CAMARILLO, CALIF. KENNETH HAUGRUD PHONE 482-2010 Phone: 411 So. A Street 483-6912 Oxnard, Calif. COODEY - PHARMACY 2356 Ventura Blvd. Camarillo, Calif. Phone HU 2-5512 ANlTA'S BRIDAL SHOP We Create Gowns for all Occasions ' Bridal ' Flowergirl ' Bridesmaid ' Formals ' Proms ' Mothers of the Bride Complete Accessories for all Weddings 327 So. "A" Phone 483-4516 Oxnard, Calif. Diener's Men's Wear estem Into Meds wed' rmfs . . . smrmss . . . Auto PARTS s. Accfssomss wqmefrs Spqrfgweqr APPLIANCES . . .TELEVISION . . . sTEREO's S"""""G Gmll? ' ' ' li'3ltiewtnl2"" Mitllilivttf ,, Blcvcuis . . . Pnl . . . . . . "The place to go for the brands you know CATALOG mmm SERVICE 534 So. A Oxnard, Calif. 2383 Ventura Blvd. Camarillo, California Phone: l-lUnter 2-2920 congratulations CLASS of 1965 . . . our best wishes for success and happiness . . whatever your goal 'es'-'I JANSS REALTY COMPANY RESIDENTIAL ' COMMERCIAL ' INDUSTRIAL I IO THOUSAND OAKS BOULEVARD THOUSAND OAKS CALIFORNIA Phone: 495-2175 I 'U ,. 3 I D ne. . , HDME DF' THE ANIM STARS" CONEJO REFRIGERATION and APPLIANCE FRIGIDAIRE MAYTAG GIBSON 4 WILD ANIMAL SHOWS DAILY 4 BABY ZOO 4 PICNIC AREA XAMPLE PARKING Appliances "Sales and Service" Ph 495-7093 2890 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks, Calif. I I S E E JM's FLOWERS I 'S F' S The 1965 Model ex.. 'L 'eg -J f . THOUSAND OAKS H PN' 4 Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Free Home Demonstration FIRST ,N"""o'h Factory Authorized Distributor F,T,D, Bank ot America Terms FLORIST We Repair All Makes Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Co. h 4 2 . Ph. 643-5839 375 No. Ventura Ave. P ' 95-2l I 446 Moorpork Rd' Ventura, Calif. ln Village Court, Thousand Oaks, Calif. . Better Wa V X Best Wishes Y PURE L H H Health Foods NATI-if-Y to the Class of 65 H Foods and Supplements to Suit y In Nine Flavors Available at Health Food Stores Packed by DAVIS APIARIES Newbury Park, California Your Nutritional Needs 1720 Newbury Road Ph: 498-3408 Newbury Park, Calit Zell 5,4444 f FORD 3 T AND MERCURY sHoP wiTH us EOR THE MODEL ro FIT YOUR NEED FORD ECONOMY TRUCKS SAVE TIME- SAVE MONEY LAST LONGER Complete Service and Repair Parts and Equipment C A L L 842-2194 333 N. MONTEREY 24 HOUR SERVICE CALL 842-2194 GILROY Agent for Richfield Products Camarillo, Calif. Phone: HU. 2-2316 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1965 from PITTS 8 BRADEN 1- 1 lx CORP 'l'l0N Distributor of Goodyear Tires Delco Batteries 8. Accessories Phone: HU. 2-1514 ,Wg PHONE 495-4651 JOHN Hevwooo Q13 INSURANCE P.O. BOX 1348 ' ONE WEST VENTURA BLVD. ' THOUSAND OAKS, CALIFORNIA JOHN HEYWOOD -t YOUR PROTECTION IS OUR BEST POLICY WORLDWIDE TRAVEL BUREAU Largest and oldest Travel Organization in Ventura County. Tickets and Reservations for AIR -- SHIP - TOURS COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE COVERING ALL POINTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 187B MOORPARK BLVD. 495-7077 CONEJO VILLAGE 495-8461 fwmrg asu- 'V' Biz dc Qian "0 'Nr 155 Mlnntparlz Qinah Ulyuusanh Oaks, Qfalifnrnia 'l I 11" .V - 4 4- :':i4,': . A .,, Ramos Garden Center LANDECAPING AND DESIGNING PHUN: 432-3554 Bghgggg 5-5883 12:1 sums Rcmo GED. CLEGG, Mmm :::AMARl1.Lu.z:AL.lr-'. Pianos - Organs - Stereo ' TV - Guitars 495-4310 Res. 495-5307 Records - Lessons - Instruments KIMBALL ' MAGNAVOX A PHQNE WURLITZER 4954638 ON THE MALL VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER THOUSAND OAKS. CALIF. OAKS LUMBER 84 HARDWARE Across from Junglelcnd Peter Pilfello 1965 T.O. BLVD. THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. PHONE 495-9064 eorzsfo fL!iLLa.9s BARBER SHOP 43 CONEJO BOULEVARD - THOUSAND OAKS. CALIF. GENERAL HEATING 6: SHEET METAL AIR CONDITIONING LICEN SED CONTRACTOR B S J Sheet Metal 2957 L08 FELIZ DR. THOUSAND OAKS. CALIFORNIA PHONE 495-3605 JOE COMBOS BERT COMBOS I 'flil' iiilm P ri I' 'E il wl 1 ll' ' 'E 1 'W mwwHMmmV"w' E 11' im g NW n ln MMV W Ham Y ll P , F w u N u mm-nu ff W J' 11 'n 'tl nfl 46 'J' 'l 1 NTT! H' I I !Ial.I :' I I -H' 'Wil 1-. + f I I y, !,, M, 5 5 -. W ' 13 ' fff"'W X 5711 I .'flW"llulmnWP iff 3' 'A 5 fi? 'ii5:52,I ! :,551 fL. ? ? Y '? if 3 R x, X ' w x l ,f2E,Xsf1s4f X X X I l-Q Wh'g QQ MK I l - ig X -EUGENE 025: cron l DOUGLAS F12 HANDLES FROM THE LUMBEQ, CAPITAL I i OP II-IE WORLD. ! ff 2170 HANPLFS PO,BOX 56-4 1, LDh.DI.5-4542. Fw Q x , PORTRAITS 8: COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY SINCE l924 RUMMEIQS STUDIO Phone EN. 9-6207 THE WEAR-HOUSE APPAREL FOR INFANTS, GIRLS, BOYS, SUB-TEENS, JUNIORS, WOMEN Nationally Known Brands lst Quality - No Seconds Samples at Wholesale Layaways - Bankamericard Village Court Ph. 495-3205 442 Moorpark Rd., Thousand Oaks, Calif. Congratulations to the Class of '65 from your local SEARS ROEBUCK 8. CO. CATALOG SALES OFFICE AND YOUR AllSTATE INSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE ,' . I ' . Aff On the Mall 191 Moorpark Rd. Coneio Village Thousand Oaks, Calif. Phone: 495-6401 ff Ili HENSON'S MUSIC STORE All Types of Musical Instruments Arthur Henson Phone HU. 3-6043 lO8 West Fifth Street Oxnard, Calif The Talley Corporation Newbury Park, California 'A' Manufacturers of Electro Mechanisms - Actuators Mechanical and Electrical Gear Drives Electric Motors AC, DC, Servos and Synchronous Hot Air Valves and Pneumatic Equipment Congratulations to the Class of '65 WESTERN LIVESTOCK MINERAL CO. Manufacturers of BLUE RIBBON DAIRY FEED 17108 SouI'h Pioneer Blvd. Ariesia. Calif. Coneio Village Camera PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES AND RENTALS 167 AA MOORPARK ROAD THOUSAND OAKS. CALIF. 605-495-5718 MEI.'S BARBER SHOP 1556 Newbury Road Newbury Park, Calif. los angeles Q CET compliments of san diego simi thousand oaks civil planning surveying structures COAST GRAIN COMPANY Dairy Feed - Calf Feed ENGINEERING CD. I WEST THOUSAND OAKS BLVD- 12948 s. Pioneer Ave., Norwalk, Calif. THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. 91360 495-7029 Call for free estimates on carpets and draperies NEWBU RY PARK FEED STORE 'I578 Newbury Road Phone 498-3254 We Give SGH Green Stamps Marion E. Bell No Obligation. DECOR HOME 8. PAINT CENTER 2844 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks Dial 495 7097 W MISTER, MY MOTHER TOLD IvIE TO ASK You IF I WAS ou: ENOUGH T0 HAVE ONE OF YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNTSH 1 Um lb. Conejo Savings proudly serves all ages . . .from great grandmothers to small fry barely tall enough to reach our counter. Any age. . .any size account. . . it's all one big, happy family at Conejo Savings. Why don't you join us. . . soon! "ln the cenfer of nearly every!hl'ng" Funds received by Ihe 70Ih earn from Ifhe 7sl S 3 Ig, CONEJO INSURED ' 9445, :havoc ANNIIAI Hall AND LOAN 'lSS0C"l"0" EARNINGSPAIDQUARTERLY ONE WEST THOUSAND OAKS BOULEVARD I THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. l PHONE 495-7424 Wm QQ .JLQQUQ ff? A pi - 0 'ffl Q1 AJS Lljlfld bgwzxf 4313-1w.fI.4v. ,fl,fi,flI,2QQ,Z,fIdx J ' 4, zo fm-2 Tyra urrallfl ffm .,aa fm mm ZQVAAIQAF QJKAYJJQ K. I '!fffflZ154.-Q1 Il' fu! If A azz CM all FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN DRESS CLOTHES SPORT CLOTHES ACCESSORIES Park Oaks Shopping Cenler iff SCHWINN 791' RALEIGH iff OLMO 'iff GEMINIANI Complete-Repairs for all makes of Bikes 8. Wheel Goods Parts 8. Accessories Budget Terms on Bikes BERTSTRAUB CONEJO CYCLERY 495-5313 1718 Moorpark Rd. Thousand Oaks, Calif. 495-2919 1702 Moorpark Road Thousand Oaks CONGRATULATIONS AND THE BEST OF LUCK TO THE ANTENNAS - HI-Fl - STEREOS - BOOSTERS - CAR RADIOS CLASS OF '65 NINO'S TV SERVICE from Aulhorized G.E. Dealer 5 HAZ ' ED S COLOR rv - All Makes Available A 8. W DRIVE -IN 1558 Newbury Road 1380 Newbury Rd- Ph. 498-2717 Newbury Pork, Calif. Phone 498-3210 Newbury Park, Calif. CONGRATULATIONS A and BEST WISHES 'lf fo the CLASS of '65 1T1ote1S I I - ' 141319 U.S. 101 at MOORPARK ROAD Inexl to Du Par's Resfauranfl Thousand Oaks, Calif. Phone: 495-7011 BIG TREE MARKET 1520 NEWBURY ROAD NEWBURY PARK, CALIFORNIA 498-901 5 The Best of Everything for Your Table We Give Blue Chip Stamps NEWBURY PARK EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1696 NEWBURY ROAD - P. O. BOX 141 PHONE 498-4177 NEWBURY PARK, CALIFORNIA Sbscozafscf cages 901 goszy Dccaaion VALLEY BAKERY 2838 THOUSAND OAKS BLVD. PHONE 495-5509 THOUSAND OAKS. CALIF. RAY O'CONOR deed FINE QUALITY SHOES FOR EVERYONE CONEJO VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 281 NORTH MOORPARK ROAD THOUSAND OAKS, CALIFORNIA PHONE 495-6838 ROBERT E. DE WARWICK U l' . A Farmers Insurance Group FIRE - AUTO - TRUCK - COMPENSATION LIFE - AUTO CLUB - BUSINESS Larry Bridges cumin: Qlllflllllllf, DISTRICT AGENT Qi F'0"',if 72:11:15 ' 201 NO. MOORPARK RD O . 495-2143 MANAGER OILCTHE MALL THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF PERCY RISOLIO PARTS SALES SERVICE THOUSAND OAKS SAW SERVICE COMPLETE TOOL REPAIRS Bl SAW SHARPENING 3202 T.O. BLVD. BILL GREGORY 495-2914 CONEJO LLJIVIBER TELEPHONE: 2957 Los FEU2 DRIVE A95-3311 T ous ND O 5 CALIFORNIA 1. 4 - :nt I 98 3218 W' U uuv K X Pmnh- Hullays .Hardware 9 CHUUSEWHVESII DOROTHY 5' 1714 Nm-waunv Rom: ALLEN HAYS NIWBURY PARK. CALIF. BARTLOW EGG RANCH High Grade Eggs from Scienfificclly Fed Hens GUARANTEED FRESH DAILY Ph. 498-2637 P. O. Box I3 Newbury Park, Calif. C CIVEJ3 WE' MVS "Your Family Newspaper" NEW ii FIRST . . . with Xi COMPLETE Coverage of . . . if FAMILY ACTIVITIES ' N if LOCAL NEWS 1 SPORTS -if WORLD NEWS N' DESTER'S TURF SUPPlY Cblleib NllI'SeI'y Wholesale iobber of plastic pipe and sprinkler supplies 2851 Crescent Way Thousand Oaks, Calif. Phone: 495-3515 WESTLAND PLASTICS, INC. Rancho Coneio Newbury Park Molders and distributors of TOMMIE TIPPEE Baby Accessories DURABRITE Housewares and Pei Supplies FALCON BARBER sHoiP We Need Your Head In Our Business ffeaigl 43255-J, HAY'S PLAZA bfi NEWBURY PARK apartment units Phone 495-7413 kifchenetfes 'ooms WALLACE MACHINERY CO. I D CATERPILLAR TRACTORS Co n ejo 3 n n AND I I EQUIPMENT ' 0 X N A R D "Rest in the Best, II Costs No More" SANTA MARIA PASO ROBLES 500 THOUSAND OAKS BLVD. Elvin and Evelyn THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. Beesmer Best Wishes from CHEF'S VENDORS INC. I Maulhardt Equipment Co. International Harvester PARAIVIOUNT BOOTERY FLORSHEIM sHoEs 635 South A St. Buena Ventura Center Trucks, Tractors, 8: Farm Equipment A Oxnard, Calif. Ventura, Calif. Hunter 3-2381 815 No. Oxnard Blvd. Oxnard, California I6MM PROJECTORS BIBLES FILMSTRIPS RECORDS BEST WISHES from EARL JOSEPH SHOES 2320 Ventura Blvd. Camarillo, Calif. Phone: 482-2113 RUDD'S CHRISTIAN SUPPLIES 342 Fitth St. Oxnard, Calif. Phone: 483-0915 Hours: 11:00-5:30 or: 483-3868 Sat. 9:30-5:30 MlLL'S JEWELERS Nationally Advertised WATCHES DIAMONDS IEWELRY APPLIANCES "Use Your Credit" House of Perfect Diamonds Over 40 Years 401 EAST MAIN ST. DOWNTOWN VENTURA, CALIF. CAMARILLO STATIONERS Complete Office Equipment 8. Supplies, Artists' Material, School Supplies Engraved Invitations ' Visiting Cards 2201 VENTURA BLVD. CAMARILLO State Food Market Groceries - Meats - Vegetables Frozen Foods - Sundries - Household Wares 2364 Ventura Blvd., Camarillo, Calif. Phone Hunter 2-4513 Open 7 days a week l WHILE Y WAIT Q 0 Village Shoe Repair ORTHOPEDIC CORRECTIVE WORK SHOES CLEANED AND DYED on THE MALL 5 J HOLIDAY HARDWARE - DUTCH BOY PAINTS ' Garden Svvvlies 0 Plumbing Supplies ' U Electrical Supplies ' oPEN sur-:DAY Tool Rental Service Free Gif! Wrapping ONE-lo ll-LAGE OPPlNG ENTER L It L P di I JL! C VT:-iouss D OAKS?-:CALlF. f , Z fi U R PM' K' N'M'E 4955444 187-D Mo ifgzlifx' o., 'mb hun onxgfl ' rg 6, l lCurwio Wxllag 'Sh ufnq Center? 7 6 1 , ii 7 Ari :if iff l L L f L x,-'E 1 V I . I, JL f .JV f7 L 141 L f 1 9 f if 51 r ,' 'f-" l ,,-," ,' f ' h . J! 1, , c P C wtf E, E Qu J- - enney 0. ,J tj ,f mi meeman, X or at to bfi t TRADITIONAM . 3' 555 South A f Cl . I 1 it it E- V -+,, -- + C , 4 L " L , Oxnard, California 6264! TIL-' ' L AQJL- 2 6 J 6- ' L Lift- 'ff THOEZ3' 'ionic-gEEgRJgAL?AD NIA' K ' I f HUntel: 6-2621 ,QV CONEJO I LAGE sryiopzr ENTER , f V dryl 7- ARE gcooEfaog,4 5-6100 Q . ,fg- 1 , jc: . cgi E , A if ' J ,f' ff' gli . it 1 . 4. 1 p 5 4 1 pg, ,.-. I I W 1,1 I 0-A uk if NYU A Friend of the Academy -9......-,, Las Po C QUICKPAK CORPORATION FSS LOS ANGELES 16 Congratulations to the Class oi '65 from VALLEY ELECTRIC COMPANY ' artwork ' office forms ' brochures ' snapout forms ' Ietlerheads ' register forms ' sales books ' wedding announcements Printers - Lithogruphers 2447 VENTURA BLVD., CAMARILLO Phone: 482-5513 ' 1 if f ff 'X jx buf-11""l'lm NEWBURY Rx PHARMACY 5,wfNElJ3l'lcy nl.lAR' Harold B. Crosby Pharmacist 1520 Newbury Rd. Phone: 498-3818 Newbury Pork Night Phone: 482-5432 D. G. EARLL FLOOR CO. T. J. HOLLIDAY PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 5064-66 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood IBO SOMIS ROAD CAMARILLO CALIFORNIA UR D Phone: LICENSED AND INS E PO 1-9741 or TR 7-8919 HU' 2-5619 H Ph HU nf 2-5:34 The optimist wonders how high his kite will fly. The pessimist wonders how soon his kite will fall. What is your viewpoint? Will your life's ambitions soar high to fulfillment? Or will they sink earthward to oblivion? The choice is yours. Southern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Southern California Book and Bible House 1535 East Chevy Chase Glendale, California 243-6231 245-1876 RAY LIDDLE JEWELER Diamonds 81 Watches Clocks 81 Silverware .X F' Watch 81 Jewelry Repairing Ponderosa Shopping Center Phone 482-2108 Camarillo, Calif. SPERLING SALES CO DIRECT CANNERY OUTLET 655 South Santa Fe Avenue Los Angeles 21, California 'I ' .',A Y . MAdison 7-3033 United Dairymen's Associut on For Complete Service tor Your Dairy Our modern mill provides high production formu- lated dairy feeds - our main supply store and Chino Valley branch offers complete supplies and fast service. HOME PLANT: 15216 Carmenita Rd. Santa Fe Springs, Calif. UN-iversity 3-8701 BRANCH OFFICE 8. SUPPLY HOUSE: 14058 S. Euclid, Chino, Calif. NA-tional 8-3830 if.-Le .TH in . l , - . -v ,444- 7714110225 CARPET 81 DRAPERY 561 South "B" St. Oxnard, Calif. 495-2733 3457 Telegraph Rd. Ventura, Calif. 642-6768 BEST WISHES from ENGRAVERS CORPORATION Graduation Announcements Diplomas ' Personal Cards Medals ' Trophies Club Pins Josten's Famous Class Rings 1044 South Hope Street Los Angeles I5, California VILLAGE CLEANERS 81 SHIRT LAUNDRY CASH 8. CARRY WE OPERATE OUR OWN PLANT WASCOMAT AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY OAK N' BUCKET lNDooR s. ournoon FURNITURE ALUMINUM 'A' RATTAN REDWOOD 'A' WROUGHT IRON FIRESCREENS 49 Coneio Blvd. Ph: 1 Ph. Coneio Village Thousand Oaks, Calif. 419 Thousand oaks Blvd' FLAIR FABRICS INC. i Complete Line of Sewing Needs 'A' Custom Made Draperies On The Mall Coneio Village Shopping Center 0.1, I. , S I 0. Amina 3-3221 Ph: 495-9455 189 Mwpark nd. I' "y 'We' " as OL- 4Z?5Z1JEZ'lE,8 Thousand Oaks, Calif. Congratulations and Best Wishes all El L EI foo the Class of '65 PARADISE VALLEY from SCHOOL OF NURSING National City California spur iq! 'IQ 3 1574 av 'Na ALPINE DISTRIBUTING CO. High school diploma, including chemistry, required. 1317 PALMENTO ST. i Tm. , ,' V I All V 'i',-imv: L I 'mmmgixuniruirag 1 g gigs, if' L ali TV 1, 'JEWILM L N limi !!l.l4!1'f5 'luifiifiii' 'wfiirifg A ,..f,. 1:19 . ' J, ir' f' if ..i, h '- M W 4,5 A i lvl! f N Q-in lk C m 4 3 an sesame: film-fw misses.:-1 I an Y Y I - 53 ? . ' tim I Il .i5L!,fml5.53n-"flu,-.352I.1 !!YL:i!3a,w5P!li .14 , .ar " '-- -5 -" if. -,w -1- -. The oldest Savings and Loan Association in Oxnard Serving the Community since 1921 current annual rate on insurea' savings x OXNARD SAVINGS I, ,.........-..... h AND LoAN Assocumon "fi 5 k . S Corner of 6th and "A" Streets, Oxnard,California 487-2761 H 57 A I h I weigh Gwynn Aaby 1986 W. Kern St. San Bernardino James Abbott 1859 Deermont Road Glendale Susan Aitchison 1165 Orange Drive Oxnard Barbara Allen Box H Cambria Richard Allen 2425 Garden Street Wasco Claudia Allred 1569 Mt. View Ave. Chico Dennis Allred P.O. Box 182 Loma Linda Diane Allred 436 Howard Street Ventura Shirley Allred 1569 Ml. View Ave. Chico Esther Alvidres 515 E. Main Street Santa Paula Sharon Andrade 822 West Main Santa Maria Arlene Andrews 317111 W. Windsor Road Glendale Noelia Angueira 14602 Plummer Street Panorama City Charles Anlauf Box 50 Victorville Janet Appley 926 Birch Wasco Andrea Armbruster Judy Armbruster B21 Calle Pecos Thousand Oaks Johnny Armenta B18 Garfield St. Santa Ana Janet Artress 1650 Railing Hills Dr. Fullerton Dave Ayhens 4558 Alamo Street Santa Susana Susan Baerg - 18424 Poplar Ave. Shaffer Loren Bailey Rt. 4 Box 2786 Vista . A Cherise Baker 1033 No. Kenter Ave. Los Angeles 49 Stephanie Baldenecker 2951 Sarah Ct. Newbury Park Marilyn Banik Sharilyn Banik 204 Hilliard Ln. Newbury Park Linda Barnes 8800 So. 5th St. Hesperia Roland Borros 230 Academy Drive Newbury Pork Betty Barrow 3902 E, Briarwood Littleton, Colorado Victor Barton 1309 El Monte Dr. Thousand OakS Janell Baumgarten 1016 Jacksah St. Albuquerque, New Mexi Evelyn Beck 2505 Kenwood Rd. Bakersfield Alice Beckner Lawrance Beckner 4330 Olympiad Drive Los Angeles Karen Behney Robert Behney 1110 Marin St. Orland Cleta Bennett 215 Coran lane Las Vegas, Nevada Margaret Bennett 2990 Diana Ct. Newbury Park Kerry Berthelsen Vernelle Berthelsen 1071 W. Greenhedge Torrance Gail Bishop 2308 Woolard Bakersfield Carolyne Bisseger Dennis Bisseger CO Rodser Bisseger 2272 Royal Ave. Simi Barbara Blamberg Dennis Blamberg 788 Ruth Dr. Newbury Park Kathy Boldman 4329 Morris Place New Orleans, louisiana Steven Bond 10346 Fernglen Tuiunga Sandra Bruce 170 Roth Ct. Newbury Park Diana Bryne 900 Marrion St. Newbury Park Dave Bryson 1001 No. Drown St. Oiai Paul Buckhelm 244 McMillian Ave. Oxnard Charles Buller Kathy Butler 1730 locust Ravine St. Bakersfield Lillian Buller 473 W. Euclid Ave. Shatter Steve Calkins Ted Calkins 5040 Son Julio Ave. Santa Barbara Bonnie Carpenter P.O. Box 102 Caliente Victor Larrera Ave. A Vista 1601 Mexicali, Baia Calif. Ramona Carson 2797 E. Pleasant Valley Rd. Oxnard Lindale Chilson Ventura Estates Newbury Park George Ching - 740 W. Laconia Blvd. Los Angeles Bob Christianson' 3564 Maine Baldwin Park John Clark 62 Magnolia Ave. . Goleta Marvin Clause, 4276111 Hitch Blvd. Moorpark David Coffey 1816 .Barrywood San Pedro Ronald Collins 314 W. Flint Ventura Steve Collins Box 939 Victorville Dan Colvin Rt. 1 Box 896A Astoria, Oregon George Comhe 333 Calle Jazmin Thousand Oaks Claudia Compton 1150 W. Ave. J-7 Lancaster Cathy Conrad James Conrad 264 Epinard St. Playa Del Rey Arturo Cortez 1519111 Winona Blvd. Los Angeles 27 Becky Cramer 1235 W. Fir Ave. Oxnard Lonna Crane 246 Valva National City Yvonne Crites 130 Willard Way Apt. 2 Port Hueneme James Crooks 9719 Paramount Blvd. Downey Julie Cunninglon 2207 N. Verduga Glendale Nancy Curran 1509 N. Siesta Valindo Carolyn Curtis 386 W. line Bishop Dennis Darling Linda Darling 2082 Cutler St. Simi Arlene Davis 3410 Frankie Dr. Newbury Park Nikie Davis 34748 Pecan Yucaipo Keep in tou h Dennis Dean 2324 Iroquois Long Beach Peggy Dean 8690 Wellington St. Ventura Charles DeLay 229 E. Scott Port Hueneme Bonnie Doty 523 Mark Drive Simi - . Don Downey 4825 Agut Ave. Long Beach Ken Dowswell 8347 Gullotln Rd. Downey Polly Driver 1265 Crestridge Pl. Anahelm Karen Duge 2183 Westridge Rd. Los Angeles 49 Kenneth Dunaway 2613 Tangerine St. Bakersfield Shirlee Dupper 194 Academy Dr. Newbury Park John Eagan 1474 No. 5th St. Port Hueneme Teresa Eaves Rt. 1 Bax 529 Arvin Robert Eckles 4386 Copeland Ave. San Diego Jerry Edwards 6612 Etiwanda Reseda George Espinoza 1017 Brush Hill Rd. Thousand Oaks Barbara Falter Michael Falter 3012 St. Marys Bakersfield Janet Farley Kathleen Farley 12513 Michigan Ave. Colton Marilyn Feldcamp 4109 Haverford Ave. Riverside Susan Feldkamp 25070 la Mar St. Loma Linda Ernie Fenderson 2131 Elm St. Bakersfield Arthur Fingerlo 158 Hunt Circle Thousand Oaks Jean Flores 2603 Alvarado St. Oxnard James Folk 5536 Pageantry St. Long Beach David Folkes Dennis Folkes 4613 Hillard Ave. La Canada Richard Foster 1549 San Bernardino West Covina Harley Freeman Kathy Freeman 180 Roth Ct. Newbury Park Chip French 650 Eastwood Drive Oxnard Kenneth Friesen 10012 Sully Drive Sun Valley Candace Gaver 5701 Pioneer Dr. Bakersfield Willard Gilbert 10081 Cherry Ave. Beaumont Jack Good 4841 Agato Ave. Long Beach Kenneth Goldman 220 S. Lasky Dr. Beverly Hills Lynne Gomes 490 Prospect Blvd. Pasadena Milton Goodman 3010 Paraiso La Crescenla Jode Gregg 809 West J-10 Lancaster Don Gregory 825 Spruce Oxnard Kathie Gribble 3978 Maricopa Dr. Santa Barbara with Janelle Grounds 48-A Hayward Ave. China Lake Gayle Gullett 2535 Beech Bakersfield JoLynn Haas 1200 W. 80th St. Los Angeles 44 Gerald Hallstead 4768 W. Gilman Banning Peggy Halstead Roland Halstead Susan Halstead Ventura Estates Newbury Park, Calif. Dale Hamlin V 9501 E. Naonii Arcadia Susan Hansen P.O. Box 995 Corcoran Janice Harlow 1426 Morse Street San Bernardino Luis Hayasaka Ave. Tapiceros 111402 Mexicali, Baia Calif, Bruce Herrick 11728 Westwood Riverside Thomas Hickerson 658 East Clara St. Port Hueneme Takashi Higa 1732 5th Ave. Los Angeles 19 Esther Hilmer 1725 E, Chevy Chase Glendale 6 Arlene Hill 2704 Maywood Dr. Bakersfield Steven Hix 7600 Jody Ave. Whittier Pat Hagan 8927 Sylmas Panorama City Marguerite Huerla 226 N. Oiai Santa Paula Mary Hunting 1436 C. Violetta Thousand Oaks Jose lbarra Clan Mecunlcos 1:61620 Mexlcali, Baia Calif. Terry lmler R.R. Jil Soencerville, Ohio Anita lrvine 1595 E. Chevy Chose Dr Glendale 6 Louise lsaac P.O. Box 339 Shafter Elbert Jackson 206 W. Garden Long Beach Jan Jacques 20278 E. Larencito Covina Susan Jeffries 1576 Newbury Rd. Newbury Park Suzy Jensen 775 Luton Drive Glendale Gail Johnson 514 Neil Dr. Yuba City Luann Johnson 6125 Vecino Dr. Glendoro Chris Johnston 5265 Bluernound Rd. Rolling Hills Estates Shelli Jones 636 Randy Dr. Newbury Park Kenneth Jordan 15949 lemarsn St. Sepulveda Laverne Keller Sue Keller P.O. Box 6158 Bakersfield Tanya Kicenski 1754 W. Ave. L Lancaster Chung Kim 318 Echanclia Los Angeles George Koh 283 Pasir Panyana Rd. Sinaapore, Malaysia Gerald Kroter 45511 N. Kingtree Lancaster Michael Kruce 1833 Midvale Dr. Pomona tudent friends from Linda Larson 1710 E. Chevy Chose Dr. Glendale 6 Candice Lasae Rt. 1 Box 291 B Newbury Park Bonnie Lathrop 3719 Manorway San Gabriel Billy LeCroy 154 Yucca Oxnard Elizabeth Lee 2311 Thelma Ave. Los Angeles Pearl Lee 2311 Thelma Ave. Los Angeles Susan Lee 9 Cameron Lane 3fF Kowfoon, Hong Kong Dan Leedham 891-C S. Olive St. Anaheim Renee LeFore Rt. 3 Box 52A Milton Freewater, Oregon Marianne Levy 8201 Chickasaw Westminster Sidney Lew P.O. Box 767 Colon Rep. of Panama Eno LelRana 1922 Academy Place Glendale George lim Ave Juarez, 3150 Mexicoli, Baia, Mexico Helen Liv 832 N. Beaudry Apt.3, Los Angeles Albert Lowe Fred Lowe 565 Collins Sl. Oxnard Phillip Lowe 2970 Cortez Oxnard Gail Ludwig 25007 Vista Grande Colton Terry Lukens 2430 "C" St. Bakersfield Orrin LundY 217 E. Channel Islands Blvd. Oxnard Anita Lyman 6345 Michelson Lakewook James McCutchean 1205 Del Mar Ave. Santa Barbara Gary Mclieeters James McFeeters 3390 Michael Dr. Newbury Park Rolando Maldonado Ave. Ignacio Ramirez 1375 Mexicali, Baia California Susan Markle 164 Colt Lane Thousand Oaks Sharon Martinell 150 Glenwood Colton David Mathiesen 408 Loma Way Santa Maria Dave Mead Harry Mead 250 E. Los Angeles Ave. Moorl'-tark Robert Michaels 2633 W. Ave. J-14 Lancaster Inger Mlchalsen 1728 Creslmant Dr. Bakersfield Daryl Miller 946 So. Osage Ave. Inglewood Harlen Miller 714 Ethel St. Calexico Victor Miller P.O. Box 345 Loma Linda Joan Mingus Rt. 1613 Vista Del Rincon Ventura Alan Mitchell 137 Highland Ave. Vacaville Peggy Mitchell 12136 Buckeye San Fernando Ja Ellen Monson 2105 Kingston Pl. Bakersfield Judy Montgomery Martha Montgomery Mary Montgomery 593 Randy Dr. Newbury Park Gary Moore 1300 N, Pearl Compton Eleanor Morikone 2150 Grandview Dr. Camarillo Ronald Morikone 423 N. 4th St. Apt. 8 Fort Hueneme Donella Moshos 47 Hitching Post Dr, Rolling Hills Est. James Mulder P.O. Box 535 Escondido Henrietta Munoz 70724 Haddon Ave. Pocoima Allen Munson B26 So. 4th Apt, 22 Alhambra Johnnie Myers 11329 Naorwaod Riverside Susan Myers 3036 Kentucky Sl. Bakersfield Sandra Narvaez 2521 W. Ave. 31 Los Angeles Arnold Noshed 5220 Canton St. Long Beach Joseph Navarro Av. Aquos Calientes 1751401 Mexicali, Baia Calif. Linda Neifert 3530 Ardmore Rd. Sacramento Benny Nelson 3627 Aureola Blvd. Las Angeles David Nelson Box 94 Loma Linda Danna Nelson 1905 Ridgewood Dr. Bakersfield Jerry Nelson 12135 Bercheye Ave. Sylmar Marigene Nelson 11140 Richmont Rd. Loma Linda Philip Nelson 20845 Mesorica Covina Jim Nicholas 172 Academy Dr. Newbury Park Steven Nipper 15603 Roselle Ave. Lawndale Sharon Nix 1728 Crestmant Dr. Bakersfield Glenn Odell Kelth Odell 24367 Caroline St. Loma Lindo Marilyn Osmunson Willard Osmunson 5435 Sierra Vista La Sierra Mel Palmer 416 Alvord Ridgecrest Art Pancoast 1951 Montgomery Thousand Oaks Keun Pang 442112 So. Boyle Las Angeles Rernigia Pena 1110 W. Williams Santa Maria Ramona Perez Rosie Perez 2488 Balboa St. Oxnard Norman Pervis P.O. Box 1347 Forest City, Florida Peters, Karen 187 Hilliard Lane Newbury Park Eddie Peterson 121BO Flegean St. Norwalk John Petree 2681 Dolta Ave. Long Beach Dale Petlibone 180 Academy Dr. Newbury Park Maryanne Phillips 140 N. Hillcrest Inglewood Jerry Pilan 910 Maria Dr. Newbury Park Nolan Porter 2311 3rd Ave. Los Angeles Ramona Porter 1513 7th St. Port Hueneme Cathy Powers Jean Powers 1851 Village Ct. Thousand Oaks Jeannie Prehn 4945 Gould Ave. La Canada Leroy Quick 4013 University Bakersfield Max Raasdole 15016 Marlin PI. Van Nuys Joan Rains 1775 North 6th PI. Port i-tueneme Tim Rapp 195 Roth Court Newbury Park Judy Reise 1716 Mountain Ave. Santa Barbara Darwin Remboldt Box 871 Glendale 6 Verlyn Retzer Box 1470 Reno Dennis Rich Donna Rich Lewis Rich Ventura Estates Newbury Park Ralph Richards 2505 Kenwood Rd. Bakersfield Bertha Rios 1988 Audres Medramo Mexicali, B.C. Mexico Guadalupe Rizzo Teresa Rizzo Maderera-s .2517 Mexicali, B.C. Mexico Stanley Robb 15421 Moccasin Lo Puente John Robertson Garland Apts. Berrien Springs, Mich. Suzanne Robinson P.O. Box 649 Santa Barbara Ralph Rohay 5935 W. Oakey Las Vegas, Nevada Douglas Rosendahl 1973 Canyon Dr. Los Angeles 28 Lee Rosch 3411 Frankie Dr. Newbury Park Shelia Rosell 1536 Maxzim Fullerton Patty Ruckle 4698 La Espada Dr. Santa Barbara Hugo Ruiz 403 S, Western Santo Ana Shaunno Russell 11953 Briarvale Lane Studio City Einar Rustad 520 Bella Dr. Newbury Park Victor Saba 1065 Freeland Long Beach Janus Schlund 2036 So. West St. Anaheim Don Schmitt 17416 Marilla Northridge Gail Scoggins 3064 Frances Ave. Los Angeles Gladys Sepulveda 3114 N. Burton Ave. San Gabriel Debbie Sewell 15530 Valley Vista Encina Mary Ann Shuford 3351 N. Angelus San Gabriel Sheila Snider . 326 Fairfax Ventura Nancy Snow 14419 Calif. L"6 Van Nuys Yolanda Sonora 2536 Balboa St. Oxnard Bill Sorensen 14679 Mesa Dr. Victarville Ronnie Sorrels 580 Dena Dr. Newbury Park Susan Spindle P.O. Bax 571 Temple City Dennis Spohn Susan Spohn 1745 Los Robles Dr. Bakersfield Stephen Stearns 5325 E. Olcar Whispering Sands il Long Beach Sharon Stevenson 15450 E. Hornell Whittier Marilyn Stoops 2827 Oswell St. Bakersfield Wendy Sullwold 3161 Oakdell La. No. Hollywood Sharon Tanner 38714 Glen Raven Rd. Palmdale Cathy Thompson 737 Estrella Arcadia Danny Trubey 8004 Nettie Ct. Bakersfield Gay Unterseher 197 Hilliard Ln. Newbury Park Delia Valdes Lerdo 1332-A Mexicali, Baia Calif. Jenny Valentine 81 12 Lanora Bakersfield Carole Vanden 4827 W. 133 St. Hawthorne Vickie Van Meter 7431 Magnolia Apt. 211 Riverside Scott Vendela 330 E. Ave. R-S Palmdale Wayne Vigil 4002 Morningside Santa Ana Carol Volz 2956 Reservoir Dr. Simi Charles Wear 411 Naomi Ave. 'a Arcadia Francella Willis B108 Buell St. Downey Dennis Wilson 224 N. Willow West Covina Myrna Wiser 3005 Caliente St. Bakersfield Jean Wolfe Bob Wolfe 92 Academy Dr. Newbury Park Sandra Wolff 4210 Lincoln Ave. Culver City Peggy Womack 11317 Luitwieler Whittier Andrea Woolley 694 Martha Dr. Newbury Park Larrena Wri9ht 1108 E. Williams Barstow Teresa Wright 44751 No. Rodin Lancaster Judy Wyman Neva WYman 442 MelodY Dr. Denver, Colorado Candi Young 3500 Manchester Blvd 154 Stonebridge Lane Inglewood Josephine Zavala Kathleen Zavala 4224 N. Arden Dr. El Monte Thank ou to photographers Mr. and Mrs. Herb Rummel and Mr. C. G. Unterseher and to Mr. Bob Hopkins of American Yearbooks for their interest and help in making this yearbook possible. ' ADMINISTRATION INDEX Ass't. Bus. Mgr. 31 Board of Directors 32 INDUSTRIES AND WORK Deans 82, 83 Principal 30 :ooksioge Registrar 31 rofams op , Treasurer 31 Business Office Vice-Principal 31 Ccfeierlu Cash 'n Carry ADVERTISERS 108 - 131 Dairy Garage CAMPUS 10, 11 Grounds Janitors L d DEDICATION 3, 9 NTU." 'Y alntenance Monitors DORMITORIES Mopshop Boys 8 2 Nightwatch cms 83, 89 S""'0" Readers Registrar DEPARTMENTS Woodshop Art 36' 37 MUSICAL GROUPS Auto Mechanics 44 ' 42 43 Band J gilgligy ' 34 Brass Choir Bookeeping 37 grkasis Quartet Commercial Arts 37 Choir Electronics 44 orus English 41 Flute.Quartet French 33 Men's Quartet History 42 2Aes.smhG, I' T , Home Economics 37 Vyinlocg , lg Z no bl Instrumental 39, 40 oo Wm mem e Journalism 90 Mathematics 34, 35 B t D It K O 38 ea e a appa Pigiin 38 Four-Year Club Physical Education 46, 47 Hale Vlf"h"'e Reading M International Science 34, 35 Short stops , , Spanish 33 Student Association Technical Drawing 45 Teen Toppers Voice 38, 39 Woodworking 45 PUBl-lCATlON5 FOREWORD 2, 3 Yucca 134 106, 4, 39, 39, 88 23 78, RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Church Service lngathering Missionary Volunteer Prayer Bands . Religious Activities Club Sabbath School Seminar Singspiration Temperance Week of Devotion Week of Prayer Vespers ROSTER Faculty Student SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Class Party International Club Party SA Party SIA Picnic Speech Program SPORTS' Basketball Football High Jump Races Soccer Swimming Tumbling Volleyball STUDENTS Elementary Foreign Freshmen Juniors Memoriam New Second Semester Seniors Sophomores TABLE OF CONTENTS I9 20, 21 20 27 20, 21 18, 27 21 14, 15 21 23 22 25, 26 135 132, 133 86 86 79 so, 81 91 47 47 ao 80, 81 46 10, 11 46, 47 46 73-75 6, 7 71, 72 62-67 70 e5 50-61 68, 69 4, 5 Congratulations Mr. Robert Adams 27 Laundry Assistant Mr. J. Dorris Alexander 102 Broom Factory Personnel Mr. William A. Alexander 102 Broom Factory Shipping 8. Purchasing Mr. Ed Bates 101 Assistant Dairy Manager Mr. Edward Broadbeck, B.Th 42 Bible, History, Auto Mech., Dr. Ed. Mrs. Edward Broadbeck 36 R.N., B.S. School Nurse, Home Economics, Health Mr. Charles Brown 101 Assistant Dairy Manager Mr. John Bruce, A.B. 73 Elementary Principal Mrs. Clarence Brummett, A.B. 38 Vocal, Choir, Chorus Mr. Robert Bryne 98 Garage Manager Mrs. Virginia Bryne 94 Cashier, PBX Operator Mrs. Betty Clement 36 Machine Bookkeeper, Art Mr. Dale Clement 99 Woodshop Assistant Mr. Leroy Crew, B.S. 34 Biology, Physical Education Mr. G. C. Daughetee 99 Maintenance Assistant Miss Eimei Diang, B.S. 36 Secretarial Science Mr. Earl Dupper 92, 98 Dairy Manager Mr. Frank Dupper Ass't. Bus. Mgr. Lowell Hagele, A.M. Mathematics, Science, World History Mr. Don Hilliard, B.S. to the 1964 YUCCA staff and Editor-in-Chief David Lowe for winning the YUCCA's second MEDALIST AWARD from the Columbia Scholastic Press Associ- ation. The theme, KEYS, graphically portrayed the key memories for 1964. 31 34 98 Electrical 8. Plumbing Maintenance Mrs. Don Hilliard, B.S. Cafeteria Assistant Mrs. Ora B. Johnson Sorting Dept. Foreman Mrs. Rose Kaster Assistant Dean of Girls Mrs. Charles Laspe, A.B. Grades 3 and 4 Mr. O. F. Lenz, M.S. In Ed. 98, Grounds Superintendent Mrs. O. F. Lenz Food Service Director Mr. Wallace Lorenz Broom Factory 8. Mop Shop Manager Elder P. C. McFeeters Pastor Mrs. Edwina McKeever Secretary to Treasurer Mr. Bill McKeever Dairy, Laundry Assistant Mr. Stanley Moser, A.M. Grades 5 and 6 Mrs. Erma Nicholas Laundry Assistant Mr. Gene Peters Night Watchman Miss Linda Peirce Associate Librarian Mr. M. M. Pettibone Electronics, Bldg. Supervisor 135 104 102 83 73 105 98 98 19 20 107 73 106 105 33 44 Mrs. Marie Pilon 104 Cafeteria Assistant Mr. Joe Rapp 98, 106 Laundry Manager Miss Joan Reese, B.S. 94 Secretary to Principal Mr. Dale Rhodes, A.B. 38 Band, Instrument, Bible Mrs. Dale Rhodes 31 Registrar Mrs. L. W. Roth, A.M. 8, 9, 41 Principal, Bus. Mgr. Mrs. L. W. Roth, A.M. 41 Reading, Testing, Journalism Miss Doris E. Syme, A.M. 31 Bookkeeping, Treasurer Mr. A. G. Tappen, A.B. 82 Dean of Boys Mr. Charles Teel, Jr., A.B. 42 Bible, Associate Pastor Mrs. Charles Teel, A.B. 33 French, Librarian Mrs. Alice Underhill 73 Grades 1 and 2 Mr. Calvin Unterseher, A.M. 41 English, Journalism Mrs. Hilda Unterseher 94 Accountant Mr. H. B. Wilcox, A.B. 31, 34 Ass't. Principal, Science Mrs. H. B. Wilcox 96 Attendance Mr. Larry Wolfe, A.B. 34 Math, Woodworking, Tech. Drawing Mrs. Maude Wolfe, B. Mus. 38 Piano, Organ Miss Gwen Zimmerman, A.B. 83 Dean of Girls Asrw-, ,E-Z, .,.,, . Y , , .A f.:f J 'f2e::P'1 ff WYf'. f fd " . WI , M. H'Y may '?"' fx" ' -V - ' "PRN , 4 - , ' ' '- 1, , r 2' ' f 1 ,, . . 'fipfsv' V. Q ' . -. . - - . , 1 , f , 1 f... 1,23-, , E, --e , 1. . . 1 9. W3 .v , 9, . ,---1:..-e.-f---N, , , .4 ig . .rf 1. 5 ,w L -:,:., 5,15-uf.: ,- 2-30' -Q .jj -u , . .0 , I - - , n ,.- V 4 . H! 1.4 '4'-"' ' -A ir h ' ' I MM-, J---'nam ,,, .rgg ,,.' 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