Newport Harbor High School - Galleon Yearbook (Newport Beach, CA)
- Class of 1957
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uthorit z sage counsel benefits all.
The responsibilities connected with heading
an active organization are almost infinite in
extent and limitless in demand. As Principal,
Mr. Joseph Hamblet has been faced with the
technical and personal problems concerning
faculty and students which have tested and
proven him of exceptional capacity. Those
who have dealt with him personally have
quiclfly become aware of his directness and
sense of fair play. His good natured dealings
with faculty and students place him high on
the list of respected and admired.
In fables of old the hero was always c'onfronIed with eer-
Iain Challenges which he must mee! before winning the
prize he sought, be it the golden grail or a lovely maiden.
So it is in our castle on the hill. The gif! of wisdom
is available only to him who will mee! the C'll!lllL'lljJl'.Y of
scholarsliip, citizenslzip and leadership. Like Ihr' rewarzla'
of heraldry, the reward of WlA'fl0IH is well worth lhe efforts
necessary to attain it.
More than all others, the e disciple
Mrs. Fay Harbison Mr. Robert Magnusson
Mr. Les Miller
A dministrative Assistant
A veritable dynamo is Mrs. Fay Harbison who acts
in the double capacities of Vice Principal and Dean
of Girls. Efficiently and with calm serenity she organ-
izes school activities, assists in scholarship planning,
advises in college selection and application, counsels
the Girls' League, and with patience and understand-
ing, guides in solving the many problems of the girls
Today, when new horizons are expanding in the fields
of occupational and social counselling, Mr. Robert
Magnusson is demonstrating his qualififations with
the careful counselling of our students. Because of his
perception and tolerance, he is sought out by those
encountering the questions and problems which so
often arise during the high school years. His advice
is desired and needed, and he has become an integral
part of our school.
As assistant to the District Superintendent, Mr. Les
Miller is involved in details of budget, personnel,
and scheduling. His captivating sincerity and evident
efficiency are two of the attributes which make him
an immediate favorite among his associates, both
adult and adolescent. Mr. Miller will be principal of
the new Costa Mesa High School.
nfluence the formal education of outh
Using his special powers, the Prince
of Fortune gave to each of the Good
Rulers of the Domain a special gift.
The teachers herein tell of their
wonderful wishes that came true:
Miss MARTHA HAWKINS . . .
the fortune of a good
education, good friends,
and a good profession.
MR. WEBSTER JONES . . .
learning how to use
the slide rule.
MR. JOHN ROUTLEDGE . . .
the opportunity to begin my
schooling in the sixth grade.
MR. DEE CASEY . . .
my wife's consent to
my telephone proposal.
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Miss ELIZABETH BOYER
. . . living in this
MR. LELAND BECKETT
. . . the annual opening
of the hunting season.
MR. JAMES MILLER . ..
wins in basketball.
MONTGOMERY . . .
a new classroom in
Their friend hip based on common goal
MR. WILLIAM CLARKE
leaving the smog.
serving in the Armed
Forces of the United
RANDALL . . .
meeting Bob Wentz.
MR. DANIEL GILLIS . . .
MR. ROBERT Wooo . . .
realizing f though not until
collegej that reading is not
only painless, but reward-
ing and enjoyable.
MR. MALCOLM BUCHANAN
. . . seeing the graduation
of my first Harbor High
MRS. MARY Lou STAL . . .
moving from the barracks
to Dodge Hall.
MR. LEWIS PALMER . . .
being a bachelor.
ey praise and chide for education's sake
Mlss ROSCINE FEELEY,
CHAIRMAN . . . being born
in America in the
MRS. HELEN BALLARD . .
not being born a hundred
MRS. HELEN HARVEY . . .
seeking an education in
two different eras of
Miss DIANE FRUI-ILING . . .
travelling through Europe
as a student.
MR. WILLIAM BURNS . . .
my wife's learning
MRS. CATHERINE HORN
. . . each day's promise
of a tomorrow.
MR. GEORGE BADGER . . .
being born with thumbs.
Miss ZATHA TALLMAN .
driving my new "T, Bird"
off the floor.
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In piring unto irtuei their peech
Mas. TERESA PATTERSON '
cl-TAIRMAN' . . . having my -
three boys. ,
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MR. PAUL CALDWELL . . . X
exhausting the privileges
ofthe G.I. Bill of Rights.
Mas. RUTH LE LIEVRE
. . . being born. MISS MARY LEE
RICHMOND . . .
teaching French at
MRS. LOUISE GREISSER . .
winning a scholarship to
Pomona College, where I
met my husband.
MR. DONALD KAVALEC . .
the day Paul Caldwell left
me some space on the
Mas. MARGARET LEWIS
. . . liking to cook and
having friends who'Il eat
MR. JACK KING . . .
vladly do they learn, and gladl teach
MR. LEONARD THOMPSON,
CHAIRMAN . . . taking a
slow boat to China one
MR. CHARLES RANDALL
. . . being able to attend
college on the G.I. Bill.
Miss MARTHA SUE
DICKMAN . . .
switching from student
MR. CHESTER WULFF . . .
moving to California.
Miss DoRoTHEA HILLIARD
. . . pay day every month.
having l00'Zz attendance
at Harbor High.
MR. LEROY JlLLsoN . . .
marrying my wife,
MCLAUGI-ILIN . . .
being born to patient
MR. JoI-IN PRICI-IARD
having my fvuffh period Southern California.
. . . "pasta fazulf'
They guide witl
MR. LEE ROSCH . . .
meeting and working with
some of the fine students
MR. JOHN Rose . . .
running into a particular
Harbor grad at College
of the Pacific.
MR. WILLIAM BERNAU . . .
living and working in
MR. MYRON PELSINGER
MR. RIGHTER GOERKE MR. PAUL LAWHORN . . .
. . . the day no student voyaging to Tahiti last ' '
appeared in the student summer. S O c I a I S t u d I e S
ords so wondrou
MR. LYNNE HUGHES . . .
being a citizen of the
U.S.A. and enjoying all
the privileges thereof.
having been blessed with
a full head of curly hair.
MIDDLETON . . .
getting my discharge
from the army.
MR. EDWARD NEWLAND
. . . the invention of the
MR. Goss GRABLE . . .
obtaining a position at
MR. GERALD FOWLES . . .
MRS. MARGARET MAY . . .
having the Kleenex con-
tainers installed in the
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MRS. ANTOINETTE ADAMS
. . . going back into coun-
seling and teaching.
They mix in mirth ana
MR. ASHBY POWELL . . .
being born in this country.
MR. VINCENT HARRIS . . .
playing football for deciding to go to college.
MR. JOHN MCGOWEN . . .
MR. EDWARD CONWAY . . .
being a member of the
MR. ANDREW OLIVER . . .
living in a democracy.
MR. CHARLES FUNNELL
. . . my dachshund's giving
birth to seven pups.
MR. ROBERT PERRIN . . .
MR. CUTLER DIPPELL . . .
every studenfs bringing
paper and pencil to class.
outhful plea ures share
MRS. HAZEL OWENS . . .
discovering my husband
ek- could cook - - also.
O m u S I C MISS JOYCE ANDERSON . .
being born an American
citizen with the added
g 'J privilege of being a native
f "M zgl Southern Californian.
5 MRS. DOROTHY RING . . .
finding a Ring fMr.j
MISS MARIE HIEBSCH . . MR. CLINTON SAWIN . . .
the decision to present having a fine band and
"Carousel" in '56. orchestra.
MRS. LAURA LANE . . .
vacations and 2:30
MR. ROBERT MATHENY MRS. SHIRLEY RICE . . .
. . . the Pauncefote developing my six senses.
MR. ROBERT HOUSE . . .
catching my first Golden
Trout by the tail with a
safety pin fage 62.
of them with wi dom's spar
MR. FLOYD HARRYMAN
making my first million.
MR. JOHN ECHTERNACH
. . . following friends'
advice to become an
MR. DUDLEY SMITH . .
my C basketball team's
winning a game.
MR. JOHN JOHNSON . . .
meeting the future Mrs.
Johnson at Harbor High.
MR. K1NGERY WHITENECK
. . . fate acting to give me
the family it did.
MR. DWIGHT DOTMAN . . .
losing a football bet and
thereby enrolling in a
child psychology class.
onsider u future man
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MR. JULES GAGE . . .
having boys who enjoy
hard work on the basket-
MR. EMIL NEEME . . .
having a wonderful wife
and two blonde kids.
MR. WILLIAM STRAW . . .
being able to play in the
Faculty Football game.
MR. GEORGE HUNTER . . .
finding a dollar bill on
MRS. MARJORIE SI-IEA . . .
discovering that I+1:1.
MISS JEANNE CONGDON .
obtaining a Thunderbird.
MISS MARY WHITNEY. . MRS. DIANE PATTERSON
winning two cases of
soup on a quiz show.
MR. RALPH REED . . .
just too numerous to
. . . meeting my "Buddy."
MR. DONALD BURNS . . .
graduating to head foot-
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They dail offer services to please
THE BUSINESS OFFICE
If thou wishest a ticket for an event Or a small loan, a member of the Business
Office staff will grant her services. They successfully transact the school's
financial business, managing requisitions to all departments, student body funds,
payrolls, and other tasks necessary to keep our school running smoothly.
MRS. FRANCES COLLINS, MRS. JOYCE WEBBER, MISS WILMA BLANKENBAKER, MRS.
ARLETTE MANNING, MRS. RUSTY HAYNES.
MAIN OFFICE E'-' I .
Whether it be for guidance or for busi- "'I"'
ness, students depend upon the advice
of the secretaries in the Main Office,
who help them with problems from their
freshmon year to their senior year, tak-
ing care of all necessary clerical work
and sending messages over the public
MRS. DOROTHY STILWELL, MRS. BARBARA
GRANT, MRS. PHYLLIS HIRD, MISS PAT
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After half a day of school activities, the faculty and students appre-
ciate and enjoy the hot appetizing lunches which are prepared by
the cafeteria staff. Quivering with anticipation, students stand in
block-long lines only to hear, "Sorry, we're out of tamales."
MRS. E. UPDIRE, MRS. F. GIVANS, MRS. E. SHARMAN,
MRS. E. JENNINGS, MRS. M. CARMiCHAEL, MRS. W. BULLOCK
Our floors do shine with a lustrous gleam. But more than the wax
it's the elbow grease of these diligent custodians, who contribute to
the attractiveness of our campus by improving our grounds and
buildings. Whether driving a bus or repairing a lock, these great
giants of maintenance go about their work cheerfully and willingly.
Back: W. FRINK, G. MICRELWMT, J. HARDY, H. ELMER, D. ENSIGN,
O. LLOYD, H. MCCORD, M. MAGNUSSON, C. ZELLMAN, C. OTT,
Front: K. HICKMAN, J. STOLAREK, L. GLESENRAMP, D. MEINHARDT,
C. DURLEY, J. NIEVES, H. KING, J. Lmco.
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Dost thy appetite respond only
to the best the realm affords?
What magical flavors cometh
from the careful preparation of
the Galley Staff. If thou hast not
treated thyself with such kind-
ness, satisfy thyself at the haven
of food and fellowship - our
MRS. M. ELMER, MRS. A. COTTLE,
and MRS. W. FRINK.
Thus our Student Body Officer
When asked about his main inter-
ests, Bob instantly replied "Sports!"
All four years he was a member
of the basketball and track teams.
This year he played varsity foot-
ball. Bob plans to study civil en-
gineering in college and hopes to
find his career in that field. He
thanks his position as our repre-
sentative to the California Associa-
tion of Student Councils for giving
him a great deal of self-confidence
in working with people.
Known by all for her cheerful and
friendly personality is Jody Lieb,
Secretary of the Student Body. In
addition to keeping efficient, ac-
curate records of Student Body ac-
tivities, she has been active in
Student Government, Girls Athletic
Association, Californa Association
of Student Councils, American Field
Service, Tri Sigma, and was elected
Zonta Girl of the month. Jody be-
lieves that she has learned how to
accept responsibility in addition to
gaining much satisfaction in being
of service to her school.
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"You may all return to your 5th period
class now" is a familiar phrase spoken by
John Henrotin our Student Body President
at the close of each assembly. With un-
bounded enthusiasm John has conducted
many Student Body activities this year.
He feels that his experience in student
government will be valuable to his future
plans which will include college and a
maior in the field of mathematics.
ead u in friend hip and exampl
Whether it be athletics or scholarship,
Charlie is equally outstanding. He has
been on the Honor Roll and in the Honor
Society for four years. An avid partici-
pant in both varsity football and baseball,
in summer and winter Charlie also skiis,
shifting from water to snow with no less-
ening of skill. In the fall he hopes to
enter Stanford to study mathematical en-
Flag twirler and Student Body
Treasurer are two jobs that have
made Carolyn well known
throughout the school. Her win-
ning smile has made many
friends. During her four years
she has been a cabinet member
of the Girls Athletic Association
and of the Student Council. Caro-
lyn believes that her work as
treasurer, both of the Junior class
and of the Student Body, has
given her invaluable experience
in student government, which
will undoubtedly help her in her
"Protector of the innocent, prose-
cutor of the guilty" is Don Red-
dington, head of student court.
Don, first to hold this new office
has set an example of impartial-
ity, iustice, and tolerance. When
not upholding law and order on
the campus Don, a two-time All-
Arnerican swimmer, may be seen
engaged in one of his major
interests, swimming, surfing,
:xperience and wisdom came with a e.
ri gh! :
Lynn McFarland und
senior class officers
Four years can be long or short. Those who
were interested in their education will fondly
recall the arduous tasks and their resulting
rewards. Those who found no delight in
learning will take ioy in remembering the
friends gained in these years.
This learning encompassed many things, from
the experience of achieving new scholastic
goals to the sharing of group activities. Some
of the highlights were the Sadie Hawkins
Dances - the whimsical buffoonery of cap-
tured men, and mock weddings - the Fresh-
man dances and the Sophomore shows. Many
expressions were bandied about by the Sen-
iors in their farewell year: "Good grief,
Charlie Brown," "Push the panic button,"
"How-va-ya," and "Doll." Most of these com-
ments were twisted to fit all occasions. There
were the Proms with fond memories of deli-
cate lace and shimmering lights. Transformed
from the popular costumes of Ivy League,
thonged sandals, and sweat shirts, the gentle-
men were restless in their dinner jackets and
At baccalaureate came the first premonition
of possibly losing contact with companions
and friends. Then the day of graduation, the
sudden realization that the four years here
were precious - and truly very short.
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W l Judy Bone Sue Bonnell
Larry Bott Douglas Bowl
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Sandra Brennan David Bricknc
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William Buckland , f
Duane Bontekoe Allen Boris
Sally Bragg Lora Braze
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Sharon Briggs Dennis Brown Susan Brown Nancy Bryant Peggy Bush
along the path
David Carroll Colleen Carter
Yvonne Chavis Janet Cheney
Margaret Crane Ann Chisholm Ronald Christensen
Bernie Claus Sandra Coleman
Craig Cordrey Merlin Couch
Dick Cox Jack Crandall
Marcia Davis Mary Lee Davi
Robert De Jong Mary Delphini
Virginia Dixon Nancy Dougla:
Camilla de Gaston
Mary Dudley Brenda Elford Dan Ellis C
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Katherine F itzgeralu
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Da rlene Green
Jerry H and
Helen Hart Leon Hart
Hope Hathaway Diane Hawk:
Taccoa Hayes Ron Haywar
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John Hazlett Peter Heikes Robert Hendershot Laurie Hendricks loxnn Hickey
toward the perfectio
which abide in ther
Donald Kimble Stephen King
Robert Knight Virginia Knigh
Elena Kornilov Chuck Kram
nd in their hearts.
rtricia Kingsley Patricia Knapp L
Lee Koerner Ronald Koren
Tom Kuhry Kay Lacefield Jane Lamb Theodore Lane Barbara Larson
De Anne Ludi
:et an example
their pirit hav
Barbara McGeough Jean McQuee1
William Milburn Linda Miller
Beverly Moores Evelyn Morelane
eft an imprint:
Ruth Moser D' 6 V,
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Gerald McRae Jay Mika
Thalia Miller Phyllis Milum
Naomi Morgan Rodney Moritz Glenn Morrison Margaret Morrison
their fraternit ha
Jacque Palmer Joan Papke
Harlan Pauley Ward Pearce
:reated a bonds
Ruth Ann Ray
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Bob Rice John Richardsoi
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Bill Rodman Elizabeth Rood
Diana Sanders Judy Sauter Howard Schaffner Betty Shannon Constance Seeley
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Betty Vineyard Lanene Vinsol
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John Williams Marianne Williamson
Linda Willsey Judith Wilson
Nada Wilson Nancy Wilson Rod Zwiebel Ron Thorx
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Constance Seeley Charles Vandervort
Robin Hill Mickey Haskell
NINE TOP SENIORS
were chosen purely
on the basis of their
Their excellent record
in high school
resulted in acceptanc
at such universities
as Stanford, Pomona
Ann Lardner, the
Terry Dallas, the
were chosen to give
addresses in behalf c
the Senior Class.
They achieved their
titles by earning the
two highest grade
averages in the
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junior class officers
left to right:
Dean Ricketts, President
Glenda Price, Vice President
Maxine Chung, Secretary
Paula Echols, Treasurer
Diane Lund, Board of Control
Ronnie Keeler, Board of Control
Back: B. Rich, J. Bonner.
Middle: C. Saragosa, G. Dodson,
Front: J. Corfman, V. Bernauer.
Back: E. Schuman, J. Russell,
Middle: S. Hughes, D, Goodsell,
Front: J. Crum, S. Clark,
Back: R. Kennedy, A. Yard.
Front.' B. Tweddell, S. Childs,
nclustrious Journeym n,
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Baz'k: B. Miller, C. Woodmansee. B. Earle, S. Sehmuck. K. Stal, D. Hogue, D. Corbin,
B. Rodman. D. Fitch. C. Marziole. L. Lahodny. H. Shigaki.
Front: S. Green, L. Endicott, K. Kincaid. L. Preston, F. Hesterly. C. Clapp, H. Sagud,
L. Kem . J h L. A
p, M o nson, lden.
S. Betz. D. Pettit. R. Lisk.
D. Weaver, D. Hall, J. Leahy.
D. Harshbarger, J. Beard.
D. Kimes, T. Stilwell.
P. Andersen. M. Walker.
A. Carroll, S. Mangan,
B. Sharp. P. Hourigan, D. Cock
D. Dickason, K. DeLong.
R. Daniger, C. Bergeron,
G. Engle. D. Holt, B. Selby,
G, Mann. H. Hayden. S. Moon.
L. Lloyd. J. Marx. L. Kiddie.
C. Lefever, D. Price.
S. Rhone, W. Connell, J. West,
D. Smith, B. Brew. S. Telfer.
A. Musselman, S. Martin,
J. Whitney, M. Seely, M. Carr,
have admirably accompli h d th
Back: D. Newbury, A, Yard, G. Kimberlin,
C. Ankeny, S. Rogoff.
Middle: G. Queen, J. Griffin, L. Deering, R. Loptien
M. Randall, E. LeBaron.
L. Smith, S. McCollom, K. Brooks, C. Carney,
K, Kaiser, S. Sutterfield.
F. Knowlton, W. Royce, R. Smith, B. Bailey,
Middle: K. Earhart, C. Rolland, G. Johnston, B. Clark,
Y. Hickman, S. Deardorff, D. O'Leary,
L. Harper, J. Williamson.
J. Buck, B. Thomas, R. Wilcox.
G. Nack, R. Keeler, K. Snoke,
S. Weston, P. Feeney, 1. McCormick,
J. Sibert, B. Studley, B. Osborne.
K. DeLurgio, C. Clark, D. Ward,
M. Gaughan, R. Griesser, M. Rudell,
nost admirable and formidable feats
Buck: W. Stone M Scanlon B Macgurn D Pearson B Villagrini B Regan
B. Nott. M George R Griffin B Mailloux
Middle: B. Banks D Evans P Westttll J Worman N Vernon J Ledbetter
N. Ross V McLeod
Franz: B. Anderson B Harper C Dawson J Libelle C Smith M Cooper
D.Janelunas J Payne M 1-lennigar
Buck l Fontius. G. Kinsfathcr. D, Stott
Cole. E. Wood.
Ollila, B. Montgomery.
Purcell. P. Whitefield.
Merriam. A. Benstein.
Nelson. J. Ary.
Fundon. B. Hyden. D. Lomax.
Leer. S. Drake. C. Trapp.
Delgado, B. Martin. D. Haxby
Burns. J. Hostetler. M. Nielson
Atkinson. R. Gurren.
Trautwein. St. Clair. V. Rice
Rice. l.. Baldwin. E. Najera.
Alharian. D. Hoyle. D. Riley.
Cole. M. Bernard. N. Knighten
Jones. D. Usrcy. P. Sincs.
Tamura. C. Moore.
Youngblood. J. Emerson.
completing their thin
Back: L. Johnson, G. Cantrell, J. Heaston, B. Von Hemert, A. Baker, G. Roberts.
D. Ricketts, W. Franz, N. Bestgen, J. Flickinger, H. Beran.
Middle: R Lake, J. Bush, J. Hoag, B, Goemer, S. Stewart, C. Sturtevant, P. Parker,
D. McGinnis, T. Thompson, D. Berryman.
Front: M. Ackland, S. Tombordo. D. Lund. Patty Smith, S. Gwin, J. Warren,
L. Wicket, S. Davis, M. Mercer, D. Wichman,
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R. Featheringill, A. Roesch, D. Swaney, B. Marcus. B. Mills, J. Andrews, J. Dunham, T. Baum, B. Akard.
Burk: B. Tomb, L. Lynch, E. Lawless, R. Peterson, E. Miller, D. Schlueter, J. Elliot,
J. Hehn, L. Larson.
Mirlzllef R. Godwin, F. Schultz, J. Smith. J. Deaver. D. Sheleny, G. Price, J. Blum,
F. Davis, D. Moody, D. Smith.
Front: B. Weir, R. Thompson, B, Devine. E. Warren. N. Kimberlin, L. Shrader,
72 M. Hammond, T. Hoop, P. Ragan, B. Queen.
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'ear of continuous effort
lx'f1c'k: F. Smith. M. Smith. J. Arnold. N. Howard. P. Rabbitt. D. Pierce. C. Fitzwater.
A. Youngquist, T, Murphy. D. Lambert, N. O'Malley, G. Lineberry.
Mifldlv: D. Merkel, G. Berk. G. Sanger. M. Chung. M. McMillan. S. Waidelich,
D. Miller. N. Mayberry. E. Robuck. D. Bridgeman, M. Hayes.
l"rm11: M. Covault. I.. Ginoux. J, Robinson. M. Andrews. B. Thompson, L. Pelletier,
G. White, Sehussler, B. Thompson, J. Jones.
W. Phillips. W. MeManigal. M. Coke. Sprich, M. Habel. K. Snow. J. Crank, H. Jacobsen. B. McClelland. J. Hayes.
lfrmn: B. Berryman. E. Gustkey. P. Hienz, D. Goodale. T. Garnier. J. Berg.
S. Pretorious. G. Stein. D. Sibley. W. Burgess, S. Lewis.
Midfllv: Leahy. K. Wedeking. S. Gaston. P, Echols, S. Lyman.
From: D. Marsac. V. Verrinder. Swank. G. Porter. J. Monahan. N. Kerh, D. Horn.
E. Whitman. D. Erickson.
with outhful hearts
Back: J. Jones. P. Sandoval. M. Carden. S. Simonson.
Front: C. Windham, V. Reich. R. Taylor. N. Phelps.
J. Cunningham, J. Glass. J, Quinn.
Back: J. Wood, R. Perez, F. Thackery, R. McDonald.
F. Burns. D. Pierce, D. Henderson.
- From: N. Garrard. D. Hiatt, K. Seiler, N. Maddox.
L. Stahler. M, Kelter.
Back: D. Hastings. G. Burns. D. Henderson. F. Thackery
D. Henderson. R. Langseth, R. Perez.
Front: B. Reich. N. Garrard. D. Hiatt. K. Sciler.
T. Stahler. M. Kelter, M, Carr.
Philip, E. West. J. Haas. L. Scruggs. B. Mandell. J. Bell. D. Fredrickson.
Trusty. R. Jacobs, S. Pope. E. Arey. S, McLaughlan. R. King. K. Olds.
Weedon, D. Raines.
McElroy. J. Corder. M. Buchanan. J. Hummel. K. Keithley. J. Martinez.
Fellbaum, M. Tanyi, T, Cooper. S. Stowers.
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B. Welgan. D. Lyon. G. Lakin.
S. Davis. N. Bent. B, Milliron. C. Wehh.
H. Laarss, A. Schmidt. B. Schutt. G. Estrada
P. Sandoval. R. McDonald. M. Carden.
B. McShane. D. Pierce. S. Simonson.
R. Taylor. N. Phelps. J. Glass. J. Cunning-
ham, J. Quinn. N. Grisham. C, Windham
L. Vinson, J. Jones. J. Meier, D. Hunt,
M. Gragg. J. Tunstall, l. Dalehout,
M. Doughty. J. Locker.
Leahy. J. Buck. B. Thomas,
Harshharger. J. Beard. D. Kimes, L. Stilwell. P. Anderson, M, Walker,
Nack. R. Keeler. K. Snoke. D. Maclachlan.
Carroll. Mangan. B. Sharp. P. Hourigan. D. Cock. D. Dickason,
DeLong. S. Weston. P. Feency. l. McCormick, V. Csenar.
and purposeful intent
Back: W. Rice, S. Barnes, T. Andrews. Back: T. Thomas, S. Landess, J. Jones
Back: F. Stegman, A. Gardner, J. Neufeld. Middle: D. Bailey, P. Reed, A, Clendenc
Middle: J. Wall, S. Lubeck, L. Kelly. From., P. Stoddard, M. Wienenga,
Front: H. Richardson, L. Fortune, L. Beebe. C- COUOH-
Back: J . Raines, B. Smith, A. Davis,
Middle: D. French, L. MacCarter, S. Haisa
Front: K. Romberger, D. Haley, B. Pec
Back: B. Crawford, G. Nelson. J. Louden,
F ron t:
Warford. L. Ashby. J. Lemon.
B. Smith. D, Carroll, P. Gordon,
C. Basting, P. Olson, L. Bateman,
These Sophomore ,
left to right: D -in
Bob J ohnson. President ' 'fj1 -. .1-' .,,- ' 5 J
John Haskell. Vice Prcwidwrt Y. '35 8 i f an , 1
Pat Fruehllng. Serrelztry 5 I , 4 . "-'f-Q,
Bob LCC. 7'rt'u.s'1lrc'r X 3...-' E- ,..:: H. ly Q? ' . X
Barbara Lilienthal. Board of Control lg if H' I ' A A A - I . 5,
George McFarland. Board of Control E "' A "' ,,'-' ,,,.:. 1 ' is D
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sophomore class officers
Back: J. Henderson.. R. Potter. R.Johnson
R. Morton. D. Yarnell. D. Arthofer,
B. Van Sickle.
Middle: C. Schmoyer. G. Potter. L. Kimmel.
G. Webb. C. Smith. W. Desenberg.
Front: R. Moore. S. Butterworth,
F. Ventura. P. Mailloux. J. Haskell.
M. Irwin. C. Smith.
Back: A. Davis. A. Abbott. J. Dotson.
A. Wilson. S. Tudor. C. Pelletier.
Middle: W. Van Aken. R. Yarnell. K. Harris
M. Petty. M. Patterson. L. Kemper.
lfront: G. Miley. E. Bulwin. E. Gates.
D, Helton. S. Wheeler. H. Schatter.
wk: T. Zwiebel. J. Lucas. F. Livingston. J. Carmichael. F. Wagner. R. Stomp. E. Lopez. D. Griewe,
'iddIv: P. Yenn. C. McGann. D. Curley. L. Trantum. J. Henry, G. Askew. N. Jarret,D, Hahn.
mom: L. Stephens. B. Peck. R. Troegner. G. Dunn, S. Fletcher. M. Barth, J. Haines,M. Sheeley.
G. Nelson, R. Woodside, G. Giles,
B. Hickman, J. Hayes.
E. Seaquist, K. Raub, H. Parker,
L. Anders, A. Morris, L. Valenzuela,
H. Yorba, E. Ware.
J. Owens, J. Martin, T. Vidal, D. Haley.
S. Chamberlain, M. Stewart, L. Harper,
S. Loeffler, S. Fleer, S. Brock,
D. Dightman, S. Daly.
the festive Foremer
M. Reese, J. Delphino, C, Gibson.
Back: R. Beauchamp J. Dick. E. Lewis, J. Newcomb.
Front: D. Smith, M. Soyka, R. Rogers. D. Netzeband.
Back: D. Devine, K. Marlatt. M. Peeler.
Front: V. Martinez, L. Lancaster, J. Barth. J. Hamilton.
Back: M. Kalash, E. Savage, M. Brooks, S. Hill
Middle: B. Nott, S. Pattison, S. Kimble,
D. Rothenberger, J. Lundwall,
Front: J. Boas, T. Villagrana, M. Rork,
V. Dunlavy, M. Bunnell, B. Erickson.
Back: H. Neeper, M. Stewart, K. Haworth,
Middle: F. Harris, B. McCay, A. Curtis,
Front: S. White, L. Johnson, C. Carroll,
Front: W. Wright, B. Ritschke, C. Vest,
E. Burnside, R. Fitzgerald,
C. Vining, L. Lee.
R. Wilson, A. Guenther,
E. Sonnenberg, D. Tucker.
D. Jackson, J. Davenport,
J. Goddicksen, J. Doughty.
G, Baines, P. Lombardo,
J. Waters, D. McNutt, R. Flores, F. Munsey, R. Balmer, R. Hoffman
Back: J. Ballinger, T. Driskel. F. Boice. W. Connell.
Middle: D. Long. L. Compton, S. Eymann, M. Myers.
Front: J. Hayes, S. Heck, J. Allen, C. Swim.
by the enthu iasn
Back: E. Suchy, B. Ghriselin, T. Cottle, J. Murphy.
Front: J. Streich. J. Najera, K. Kittle, S. Westgate,
H. Schaffer, L. Vodicka, C. Jaquith,
Back: D. Reid, R. Hanson, C. Hatherly, R. Enoines,
J. Chase, E. Canchola.
Front: N. Bendig, S. Dial, J. Lewis, A. Reynolds,
P. Peters. l. Branch.
Back: G. Cantrell, D. Drury. D. McDougall. T. Jones.
Middle: T. Lawyer, J. Lippitt, J. Bissell, M. Trautwein,
Front: M. Price, C. Hyden, S. Smith, M. Connell,
if the future.
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A. Valenzuela. L. Post. K. Claus. J. Dietz.
K. Harvey. E. Von Ehrenberg.
Back: S. Wesley. F. Amhurgey. T. Davis.
Miz1'fllv.' P. Munce. P. Clune. G. Tonne. C. Carter.
l"ronl.' J. Winterbotham. R. Drew. T. Cooper,
Back: J. Oquist. P. Andrews. R. Dunse. E. Silman.
J. Weigand. J. Garrett.
Front: H. Zamora. C. Remley. O. Bixler. B. Nagel.
Back: J. Smith. T. Corkctt. B. Whitney. B. Garvey.
J. de Jong.
Mida'Ie.' R. Shorey. J. Taylor. J. Otis. G. Potter.
Front: S. Pomeroy. B. Wiebel. L. Frazier. B. Hanson
B. Crow. A. Collins.
Buck: D. Fenley. K. Swanson. D. Gordon.
D. Feinstein. J. Lovell. D. Bodman.
Front: J. Lake. R. Brown. B. Johnson.
C. Willey. D. Koehler.
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Burk: D. Hastings. C. Wilson, T. Clarke, D. Brooks, B. Douglass. J. Niemic, G. Barker, F. Baxter. D. Pierce.
Middle: D. Fisher, P. Wilcox. L. Waltz, T. Palaferri, R. Fischer, M. Sheely. J. Hutcheson, M. Yamer. R. Port.
K. Tollefsen. K. Forderbrugen, L. Ford.
Front: J. Beattie, G. Poteet, D. Darnell, G. Graham, G. Wolverton, M. Harrington, B. Almeida, B. Lieb.
B ack .'
P. Speth. C. Steverson.
C. Lieber. L. Bowen.
L. Henry. D. Tarnowske,
D. Bailey, O. Crary,
T. Cannizzo, G. Gidney.
D. Gibson, D. Kornweibel,
E. Schuman, J. Willeford,
L. Hudson, G. Estrada.
D. Shohe, C. Casey,
J. Baker. R. Stauffer,
P. Bush. M. McClintock,
T. Affolter, B. Lilienthal.
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D. Springcr. B. Corkctt.
Mifldlv: R. Fclkcr. J. Brcilo. C. Corbin. R. Edcs
Frmzrf B. Jackson. D. Larsen.
T. Albertson. R. Hill. T. Pctcrman. B. Muzzy.
J. Jordon. R. Johnson. R. Swinford. R. Lundy.
ls'm'l4: D. Pease. T. Bclford. J. West, R. Carl. D. Carden, P. Mackey. B. Wakeman. R. Elliott.
ll4ifl1Ilv: J. Bonner. J. Armstrong. R. Studley. L. Denio, L. Lawton. L. Robb. V. Noonan. P. Ryan, J. Smith.
I'.f'lNIf.' A. Messing. D. Hampton. R. Pugh. R. Green. R. Stedman. L. Vinson. D. Cordrey. J. Mann.
the qualit of their wor
P. Taras. B. Wolff. R. Crisfield.
D. Hill. A. Doesburg.
R. Shlickenmayer. D. Flory.
P. Henshaw, C. Cadwalader.
J. Neal. L. Cuthbert. J. Rumscy,
S. Spurgeon, B. Bardcl. J. Quinn.
J. Hibdon. K. Leieritz,
P. Rouhier. C. Francke.
J. Hoffman. G. Bruns.
D. Bellinger, W. Wood.
B. Storm. J. Harrold.
T. Alcala. J. Montgomery.
D. McNamara, J. Walp.
J. Gazlcy. S. Tobias. D. Condry.
N. Michael. V. Pemberton.
G. Hoag. T. Mang, R. Bouck.
J. Jaunor. K.Murray. B.Wcnton,
J. Kramer. G. Potts.
B. Elliott. C. Donica. A. Lehto,
N. Walls. N. Fronsman.
M. Owens. J. Schleiger.
D. Elford, D. Hone. B. Trapp.
J. Roberts, J. Bagwell. G. Clark.
Ietermining their success s.
Back: B. Hemstreel. D. Finn.
D. Willms. M. Anderson.
T. Briekner. A. Lindeke.
'A Mi1lu'Iv.' l.. Wright. A. Mellor.
-is-54 P. Fruchling. B. Barnes.
agp K. Phillips.
Ifrnnl: G. MacFarland, J. Lewis.
R. Jessec. Hughes. B. Dock.
Bark: R. Hall. B. Riches. T. Ireland.
D. Hepperle. J. Stucky.
D. Phalen. J. Jewell.
Miflzllv: C. Dunbar. Waggoner,
N. Grisham. K. Ganl.
J. Cooke. J. Ahlstrom, D. Fox
Franz: S. McNeilly. I.. Fulkerson,
M. Hopkins. D. Lewis.
N. Breithaupt. S. Heymer.
.. -.:'A ,., D. Guerin. T. Meslon. C. Reich.
'S J. Thurman. W. Gill. R. Peeler.
, P. Johnston. C. Lathom.
Iff1r'k: K. Geisert. F. Jensen. A. Kellogg. M. Garrison. J. Killinger. F. Brown. W. Watson. D. Bantam. D.Alberlson
.WiflfJIv: Wilson. C. Foreman. B. Lippincott. R. Palm. C. McDonnell. D. Harrison. J. Jewell. T. Trimble.
I... Davis. Duncan.
Ifronl: B. Merrill. D. McNevin, G. Vandergrifl. G. Oster. D. Blount. Singer. B. Ray. R. Rylett. A. Pinkley.
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Treasurerg NANCY MAXWELL and TOM MARKHAM, Student Council Representatives.
Buck: D. Merrell, D. Gray, W. Wedeking, R. Juhl, D. Barrick, E. Perez,
Middle: J. Prather, L. Waters, M. Hambrook, L. Steller, P. Jarvis,
M. Kelso, S. Purcell.
Front: P. Featherston. J. Butler, J. Bushling, R. Whitney, F. Shelden,
Back: J. Huff, D. Langley, R. Bates, T. Bernauer.
Middle: J. Ridder, D. Goodwin. M. Bandel, K. Foster,
Front: D. Miller. A. Stone, D. Perez.
. Lang, B. Ingold, S. Cooper,
. Daily, D. Roth, E. Leon.
Minney, P. Burrowes, S. Kiln
. Gardner, A. MacLachlan,
. Trenta, J. Schorle,
McMillan, L. Yeisley,
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J. Mauser. M. Fitzwater. B. Armstrong.
S. Robinson. T. Sandoval.
M. Fealheringill. S. Hart. D. Ladwig.
P. Akerman. D. Church. T. Steverson. D. Shaw.
l.. Rvan. .l. Price. P. While, D. Williamson. G. Paquet.
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S. Ward, D. Dunbar. N. Fox. M. Rogolil.
D. Hogland. T. Perkins. S. Wing. J. Johnson.
A. Hummel. G. Ott. l-. Reed. P. McKenzie.
A. Gibson. G. King. D. Swanson. S. Seiersen.
J. Warmington. J. O'C'onnor. P. Newman.
C. Cundall. l.. Whitney. A. Woodrieh. R. Sloan.
K. Bonnell. Haas. V. Grow. P. Lynch.
A. Alexander. K. Betz. M. Buford. A. Stanley,
J. Jordon. A. Humason. K. Carr.
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pictured on opposite page:
Back: S. Hubbard, J. Carey, S. Dollonger, C. Jones, L. Spencer.
Middle: R. O'Brien, R. Grant, R. Port, R. Hachez, R. Schroeder.
Front: C. Marx, C. Towle, V. Brown, P. Evans, P. VanTress,
opposite page, below:
Back: P. Jones, J. Mills, R. Fuller, M. Hammond.
Front: D. Wells, B. Jackson, P. Pringle, B. Tritt, G. Greason.
pictured at top left, this page:
Back: S. Edkins, C. Eldred, C. Page, P. Gaynor, S. Humphrey.
Middle: M. Casillas, B. Ormerod, M. Swanson, B. Hanson,
Front: S. Leischner, J. Ullman, S. Watson, C. Yard, C. Gill,
pictured directly left:
Back: D. Rumble, C. Mauser, J. Baird, M. Reilly, L. Keily,
J. Pixley, K. Burbank.
Middle: D. Ellis, R. Thurston, J. MacDonald, R. Merickel,
Front: A. Marziole, M. Watts, S. Smyth, M. Shonert,
Back: C. Norton, D. Hewes, G. Gardner.
Front: K. Gettler, P. Giles, J. Wilson, D. Higuera.
Back: R. Kirchen, J. Sinkie, A. Jones, R. Perez.
Fronr: P. Ludlam, A. Payne, J. Shrader, R. Hetrick.
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J. Johnston. J. Martin.
l"nml.' J. Stangcr. S. Sicklcr. E. Price. J. Collins. D. Willcford. J. Black. B. Klrkpltrlck M Morrison l I lwlu
Li. Graves. J. Godfrey. K. Dalton.
D. Woodworth, C. Hussey,
M. Allen, M. Oliver,
D. Gault, D. Trap,
D. Lourie, J. Potter,
J. Baker, D. Beecher.
B. Lawver, J. Frost,
B. Cooper, J. Hallberg,
J. Porth, M. Hughes,
J. Erwin, T. Markham,
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J. McSevney. J. Carlyle, B. Anderson. R. Watson.
Back: S. Lewis, D. Price, J. Walker,
Middle: B. Young, L. Otis, E. Bradbury, M. Phoenix.
Front: N. McClellan, P. Brown, E. Godines.
Back: M. Williams, L. Hays. S. Brown, V. Phegley.
Middle: D. Supple. B. Harbison. B. Rysdale.
Front: P. Kinney, L. Martocchi.
nd forging new path
C. Howard, M. Miller, P. Wilhite, L. Hahn.
S. Nealy. M. Adams, L. Caudell, B. Roa.
S. Brown, O. Fealy, E. Thompson.
M. Marshall. J. Sinon.
S. Pearson. D. Harper, N. Atkins.
L. Purcell. '
. Seal, B. McCarthy, R. Caya. K. Klafs.
C. Nugent, M. Soyka, S. Hansen,
D. Smith, J. Shelden, W. Haddock,
E. Gill, C. Evans.
C. Coldoff, D. Ewing, P. Johnson,
C. Michelson, S. Barber, K. Anderson
L. Garcia, K. Berg, P. Weatherhead,
N. Ward, J. Laurie.
Middle: N. Stickler, J. Richards, Wm. Daunt.
D. Greene. D. Moss, D. Riggs.
K. Flynn, J. Walker, M. Retmier.
"U" Back: M. McPherren, J. Ghiselin, R. Bare,
S. Riesmen, J. Guinn.
Front: L. Pearce, l. Cistaro, L. Daynard,
K. Babson, G. Tough, L. Mossholder.
Back: W. Hoffman, D. Sheehy, W. Zuetell,
W. Perry., ,auf
Middle: D. Clarke,i'B'. Bolln, R. Scruggs, T. Tobitt,
Front: T. Brennan, N. Hackford, J. Smith,
D. Dunn, F. Gillette.
Back: V. Chamberlain, N. Cyr, E. Armstrong.
J. Warren, R. Mailloux.
Middle: J. Fowler, L. Smith, B. Lientz, T. Tahara,
Front: M. Brenner, P. Ostling, R. Greiser,
Back: T. Kornweibel, M. Price, H. Bell.
Front: B. Lace, S. Watson. B. Stegmann, P. Cook. X
Back: M. Roesch, L. Hofmann, C. Councilman,
Middle: J. Bowles. R. Slater, T. Reeder, S. Hoose,
Front: A. Rains, P. Gay, J. McCullar, L. Robeson.
heir understandin .
Back: H. Yorba, M. Mendez, R. Reaume. B. Ferry.
Front: S. Godwin, J. Havens, V. Cistaro, P. Forguson,
Back: A. Daynard, J. Chalk, V. Martine, L. Robinson,
Front: C. Crum, M. Purves, S. Henderson, P. Wiseman
N. Rains, M. Kabis, J. Hemstreet, D. delong, S. Rice. X
R. Twedt. R. Lasley, G. Parsons.
Buck: L. Schwartz, H. lngram. R. Stewart, S. Gould.
Middle: B. Virgo, B. Haworth. B. Kennedy.
Ifronr: L. Allen, G. Romero, M. Peralta, S. Downing.
Here they will mee
Back: G. Morrison, G. Miller, D. Cassel.
Middle: J. Tracy, D. Brown, M. Taylor, J. Applegate. , W g
Front: J. Weber, K. Phegley, J. Mathews. C. Carr. J
Back: K. Colyer, S. Leighte, G. Lowe. B. Lucas.
Middle: J. Andersen. L. Stevens, G. Flatt.
Front: N. Mangan. B. Lee, M. Mayer.
Back: B. Hadley, N. Haley, L. Spratt, J. Turner.
Front: S. Schussler, B. Callis, J. Miller, J. Belford,
Back: C. Rigby, H. Henrotin, M. Wright, S. Knapp,
Middle: G. Von Hoffman, C. Fogarty, G. Munsey,
Front: D. Pope, S. Johnson, M. Bejune, J. Druck,
M. De La Torre, C. Saragosa.
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Eastman. J. Anderson. J. Basabe.
R. Rapp. L. Holms.
Middle: B. Cole. D. Gouley. L. Harris,
' C. Worman. D. Kreutcl. B. Hicks.
Deveney. J. Smith. C. Newcomb.
S. Schmidt. V. Lowcn. S. Florin.
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D. Stahler. D. Jacques. B. Shaw. D. Ostraski. B. Stipp. D. McFarland. B. Kellcr. F. Ruiz. T. Feslcr.
P. Morgcnrott. P. Hastie, G. Rinde.
J. Harbour. C. Rupp. A. Thompson. S. Davis. S. Schneider. A. Garlinghousc, L. La Touche. P. Tohill.
H. Hyden. J. McClure, M. Hitchcock, C. Loomis.
J. D'Errico. S. Lagerlof, R. Beauchamp. J. Dawson, J. Fredrickson. J. Qucener, J. McAnlis. D. Carswell.
J. Canfield. P. Winger. P. Preston.
and recount their experiences
Back: K. Stanwick. B. Heiligers. K. Brown.
J. Hargrove, B. Jewell.
Middle: J. Martin. M. Wyers. P. Elsner. D. Kropp.
Front: J. Curtis. S. Walters, B. Fleming.
Brick: A. Mendez. C. Pickup. A. Willcut.
P. Getchell. C. Fleener. A. Malcomson.
Mifldle: T. Hankey, J. Burnett, B. Lewis. M. Pickens,
E. Bounds. S. Cole, P. Holder.
Fm.-vt: T. Butler. N. Shooter. L. Sachs. P. Clark.
M. Martinez, D. McManigal.
B. Westerdahl. L. Peters.
Back: H. Williams. R. Echols. J. Gesler. P. Cooper. M. Lindstedt, D. Berry, J. Sharp, R. Warmington. J. Stonebuck
Middle: S. Lear. C. Lile. J. Ritter, B. Paul. D. Albright, D. Meyer. D. Warren. J. Hand, M. McClellan. S. Nelson.
Franz: S. Koch. S. Lockhart. P. Stewart. L. Whitman. C. Comardo. J. Fontius. M. Amburgey. N. Garrison.
S. Holman. M. Horvath.
Time transforms dreams into realit
lier R Tweddell. J. Ncmetz. J. Corfmun, B. Kdrgcs T Scott M Stomp S Edney B Perkins
Mason C Liwshc.
Widolt V Buylies, J. Hohel, P. Peoples, C. Garrison S Av int M Berry D Drake M Grimes
Rupp L Cxrpenter, M. Cavanaugh, S. Hanson,K Cookerly K Weldiy J Hutter L Bernird G Vaughn
B. Keppen. A. Puff, C. Miller,
R. Rivera. J. Miner. l.. Mackintosh.
M. Perez. C. Burney.
M. Marshall. D, Peralta. B. Clow.
B. Bonudurer. G. Dawson.
J. Davis. D. Cooper. M. Regan.
P. Jackson. J. Vega.
M. Engle. M. Acklund. C.
Vermilyu. l.. Seymour, P. Johnson.
They legislate, that b thei
Back: J. Chalk, R. Keeler,
Bridgman, D. Cole,
Howard, N. O'Malley,
White, A. Benstein,
D. Vaughn, C. Ankeny,
Lowen, J. Fontius,
Hofmann, S. Godwin
M. Johnson, V. Pomeroy,
Hubbard, A. Birtcher,
Peeler. R. Swinford,
Brickner, D. Reddick
Jarvis. S. Gwin,
L. Lloyd, N. Mangan,
Rylett, J. Cantu
Carpenter, M. Chung.
Hammond. K. Brooks.
Carter, M. Bowler,
J. Baker, N. Fronsman
Fruehan, A. Humason,
Members of the Student Council ore elected in every fifth
period class to represent the thoughts ond opinions of the stu-
dent body. As on odvisory group to the Board of Control, they
present current problems for discussion and solution ond keep
the student body informed on the decisions of the board.
egulatlon they shall have order.
Promoting friendship by providing Har-
bor's girls with the opportunity to become
better acquainted with one another is one
of the Girls' League's main purposes. All
girls automatically become members of the
League when they enter Harbor. Besides
sponsoring social affairs such as the Moth-
er-Daughter Tea and the Sadie Hawkins
Dance, President Laurie Hendricks and her
cabinet did special work, such as revising
and maintaining the girls' uniform stand-
ards. The efforts of the officers, members
and the capable leadership of Mrs. Fay
Harbison have made this year's Girls' Lea-
gue an outstanding school organization.
Laurie Hendricks, Prcsiderzt
Buck Mona Rae Barlow. Lonna Lloyd. Jan Ary. Julie Jordan. Mrs. Harbison. advisor.
Mulzllz Nan Reynolds. Maggie Crane. Sue Stewart. Pat Fruehling, Lester Carr.
front Lyn Ginoux, Merlin Couch, Laurie Hendricks, Cynthia Beltran. Karen Wagner.
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Back: O. Wade. D. Lee, J. Wood, A. Canzoneri. D. Gibson. J. MacNeilIedge. J. Mang. D. Emmes.
J. Hazlett. D. Brickner, J. Shore. J. Lewis, G, McCandlish. N. O'Malley.
Middle: Mr. Newland, advisor, J. Hofmann. S. Renaker. R. Hill, J. Walp. D. Swanson. S. Briggs.
K. Harris, S. Fulkerson, K. Wagner, C. McAhren, P. Milum, M. Cooper. J. Ledbetter.
N. Doughty, Mr, Goerke, advisor.
Front: M. Andrews, S. McLeod, B. Clark, L. Allen, K. Kell, M. Barlow, P. Tuttle. L. McFarland,
J. Lieb, C. Beltran, L. Hendricks, B. Dorkin, J. Sutherland.
Student court teams reprimanr
The responsibility of enforcing the school regulations during the
lunch periods is placed in the hands of the Student Court Teams. The
captains of each team assign the members to posts situated around
the campus where regulations are enforced and order is kept.
Back: R, St. Clair, D. Cole, M. Fitzwater, B. Johnson, D. Ricketts, R. Taylor. S. Hill.
L. I-logland. D. Reddick, B. Crawford.
Middle: N. l-lennings, S. McCarthy, B. Evans. C. Sturtevant. P. Echols. I. McCormick. C. Fitzwater,
T. Knapp. D, Lund, J. Albers. D. Featherston, B. Jewett. S. Stewart. R. Eckert.
Front: S. Weston, G. Price. J. Waggoner. P. Smith, P. Ragan. D. Drake. P. Olson. B. Bardel.
M. Couch, L. Cannon.
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I1'uc'k: J. Haas. J. Wood. J. Hehn. B. Nagel. J.Whitaker. D. Redington. T. Brickner. P. Reed.
.l. Smith. D. Sihley. J. Hazlett. H. Kallaway. M. Carden. J. Bento. D. Bowler. D. Bush.
Miflfllv: .l. Gaynor. B. Schutt. G. Robinson. K. Phillips. S. McLeod. D. Jones. M. Smith. S. Bonnell,
S. Haiser. .l. Farquhar. R. Fleeman. R. Peeler. A. Wilson. J. Hillard. P. Huyeke. B. Langjahr
P. Kinney. C. Munee. A. Carroll. J. Griffin. L. Deering. J. Bonner. P. Smith. J. Hurndall
D. Bass. D. Tonne. J. Wilson. M. Kalash. E. McElroy. B. White.
nd cause some to repent.
J. Vale. G. Burns. M. Mang. T. Davis. J. Bath. G. Dcem. T. Atkinson. D. Berryman.
B. Berryman. l.. Bcstgen. G. Hauser. B. Lich.
R. Harvey. Hughes. D. Koehler. B. Dock. R. Peeler. J. Eliot. D, Unruh. B. Brew.
A. Baker. Waidelieh. D. Marsae. D. McGinnis. M. Downing. MeCollom.
l.. Stahler. T. Ross. Haiser. M. Sheely, J. Kilius. L. Johnson. S. Carney. N. Morgan.
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Sentrie halt Wanderers of the kingdom
The job of cu holl monitor is sometimes referred to as the extra
study hall. The student does his homework and serves the school
ot the some time. Delivering coll slips cmd absence sheets, and
stopping needless wondering is all port of the iob of cz hall monitor.
P. Heikes. J. Schones. R. Griesse
J. Wells, S. Oquist, B von Hem-
ert, M. Jones, B. Buckland, D.
Bonaka, B. Rice. R. Taylor,
G, Morrison, L. Hanson,
M. George, J. Hulbert, D. Riley,
M. Sheeley, M. Bonnell. S.Nealy
L. Allen, J, Pomeroy, M. Morri
son, J. Cheney, S. McCollom, I
Smith. C. Daniel, S. Mangan,
J. Niemiec, P. Ragan, C. Cortes
S. McNeilly, L, Waltze, B.
Bardel, J. Smith. J. Waggonel
K. Kell, J. Anderson, N. Mangai
C. Beltran, S. Philp.
P. Stoddard, C. Ankeny. K. Olds
S. Brennan, N. Bryant. D. Red
dington, J, Farquhar, K. Kincaid
S. Pope, D. Boutelle, J. Arnold
N. Howard, B. Larson, I. Dale
bout, J. Hurndall, J. Raines, L
Kemper, I. Drake. C. Talstra, S
Lyman. M. Covault. B. Stanley
N, Reynolds, A. Yard.
J. Hilbert, D. Dalebout, J. Smith
W. Howald, R. Keeler. D. Stott
R. Fleeman, D. Smith, B. Hen
dershot, A. Birtcher.
Learning rendered, not by books alone
D. Miller, G. Lineberry. J.
Beattie, J. Stoneback, J. Gaynor,
R. Stipp, J. Comer, R. Echols,
D. Berry. C. Smith.
T. Richards. G. Hedlund, L.
Davis, B. Nott, C. Dawson, C.
Smith, J. Baker, F. Brown,
Mr. Echternach, advisor.
G. McRae, B. Balmer, G. Giles,
M. Swanson, G. Weedon, J.
Mrs. Greisser. advisor, B. Davis.
V. Noonan, K. Keithley.
J. Worman, P. Ryan. J. Bonner,
L. Fundon. Mrs. Lane. advisor
R. Studley, B. Nott. J. Whitney,
A. Davis. E. Smith.
When watching interesting and informative films little thought is given to
the work involved in bringing them to the classroom. From the time these films
arrive they are cataloged and tagged in preparation for showing. The films
are then scheduled to time and place of use around the school. For this work
one can thank Mr. John Echternach, the advisor, and his crew.
Bidding welcome to all that attended the Senior Play, Spring Show and
various school concerts were the Usherettes. These Sophomore and Junior
girls, dressed in tailored uniforms, handed out programs and escorted visitors
to their seats.
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The outstanding academic students at Harbor are
awarded membership in the National Honor Society.
They hold with pride the high standards of qualifications.
Members are rewarded for their accomplishments once
a year with a field trip. Starting with a traditional lunch
at Knott's Berry Farm, the group this year attended the
musical comedy "My Fair Lady" at the Philharmonic.
At the meetings, during the year, the members see
films and hear prominent speakers. This year the boys
have formed a welcoming committee for new boys at
school. The students who attain membership in Honor
Society are looking toward 'Future education.
Burk: C. Kramer. J. Hilbert. T. Dallas, vice-president,J. Howard. M. Haskell. D. Bush. M. Mang. J. McCoy.
D. Unruh. H. Beran, B. Ballinger, J. Henrotin, C.Vandervort. H. Hill. J. Tinker.
Mifldlcs G. Deem. L. Cannon. S. Brown, J. Lieb. D. Trooien. N. Hennings, J. Roberts. A. Arnquist. S. Renaker
A. Lardner. D. Sanders. L. Hendricks. S. Oquist.
FFUHIJ R. Bell. R. Bolton. N. Morgan. K. Wagner, K.McAhren. R. Hill. C. Seeley. J. Linklater. S. Carney.
B. Hammond. P. Kingsley. J. Baird. M. Davis. D. Vaughn.
Truth is the highest thing a man may keep.
Burk: B. Burnett. R. Griesser. J. MacNeilledge. D. MacLachlan. C. Fitzwater, D. Ricketts. president. F. Schultz
B. Brew. D. Pierce. R. Godwin. R. Keeler.
Midzlle: Mrs. Lewis. advisor. D. Miller. J. Whitney. J. Payne. S. Martin. J. Williamson. D. Lund. C. Sturtevant
G. White. G, Sanger. G. Nack. B. Evans. B. Kevin. L. Pelletier.
I-'rnnr.' P. Anderson. treasurer. J. Brandt. S. Moon. P. Whitefield. D. Marsac. secretary. C, Smith. L. Lloyd.
106 G. Price. H. Hayden. M. Chung. B. Clark. L. Wickey. P. Echols.
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lirlrkx Wade Randel, Greg Wilson, Fred Munsey, Barry Regan, Glen Miller, Bob Anderson, Dick Harvey,
Front: Judy Henry, Lillian Daynard, Charlie Burney, Lavonne Hahn, Dorothy Woodworth, Mike Lindstedt,
Janice Tegland. Buddy Young, Nancy Lee Rains.
The Tar Band
Made up mostly of Freshmen, this band was heard at all football games
as part of the Marching Band, performed at the District Festival of the Orange
County District where they received a rating of Excellent, and were an integral
part of the 'l2th annual Band and Orchestra Concert this spring. Section leaders
of the band included George King, Glen Miller, Fred Munsey, Nadeen Fox, Bill
Collis, and Roxanne Loptein. Grace Carter was the librarian and secretary while
Judy Henry and Richard Atkinson assisted in band rehearsals.
Iinck: John Kesel. Wayne Mayfield, George King, John Hulbert, Ruben Perez, Daniel Gray, Edward Leon.
Timothy Richards, Keith Klaps, Gary Barlow, Don Fronsman.
l"r0n1.' Boh Almeida. Gary Cundall, Linda Sachs, Steve Seal, Bill Callis, Roxanne Loptien. David Louric, Grace
Carter. Jesse Reeves.
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lim-k: B. Thompson. G, Huhhurd. G. Hood. B. Villzigrunu. A. Birtcher. D. Smith. T. Atkinson. R. Peeler. Couch Reed. advisor
Ifrnnr: M. Haskell. D. Brickner. B. Allen. C. Vundervort. D. Dulehout. C. Bergeron. J. Bcnto, G. Deem.
HI-TARS: Formed of Varsity Lettermen, the Hi Tars sponsor and promote athletic activities and general sporstman-
ship. One of the most enjoyable events ofthe year was the Hi Tar and Faculty participation in the Donkey
Basketball game. They entertained the crowd and filled the gymnasium with hilarious maneuvers and un-
expected antics. The next day was more memorable to the participants than to the audience.
ot for riches would they forego fellowship
TRI-SIGMA: Outstanding girls at Harbor are awarded membership in Tri Sigma, an honorary girls' organization,
for their exceptional service and scholarship. Led by Charneth Starege, president, this year's activities have been
many and varied: a beanie sale in the fall was followed by making Christmas card books for children in hos-
pitals and caroling to the faculty. Each member also participated in the Ground Observer Corps and many
have earned the twenty-tive hour service pin. The annual candlelight induction at the beginning of the year
and the party with the Hi Tars at the close will be lasting memories for each member.
lim-k: G. White, D. Lomax. D. Lund, C. Sturtevunt, J. Ary, P. Whitefield. B. Lilienthul, R. Ryletl. L, Lloyd. S. McCarthy.
T. Knapp. A. Lurdner.
Mirlrllv: V. Csenur, l. McCormick. P. Echols. G. Sanger, L, Pelletier, A. Benstein, J. Baker, C. Holmzinn, B. Hammond,
G. Nuck, R. Hill, L. Hendricks, B. Dorkin.
l"ron1.' T. Reich. M. Barlow. C, Talstru, S. Brown, C. Gentosi. C. Starege, J. Lieh, C. Beltran. N. Reynolds, 'l'. Hayes.
P. Milum. M. Davis.
Buck row: D, Lomax, C. Sturtevant, J. Ary, N. Bryant, C. Talstra, J. Henry, M. Peeler, R. Anderson, J. Armstrong
B. Barnes. P. Peterson, S. Tobias, S. McCollom, C. Hyden,
ff C Wh't J Gazli . J. De Jong
Third row: K. Harris, J. Baird, R. Hill, C. Casey, M. Rork, C. Hussey, S. Hu man, . ie. . ay
C. Gibson, S. Renaker, K, Brooks, A. Yard, Mr. Wood, advisor.
Second row: S. Philp, C. Seeley, A. Lardner, L. Peters, G. Price, P. Whitefield. P. Riley, J. Godfrey. P. Jones.
Front row: L. Davis, C. Hofmann, C. Donika, P. Echols, T. M
D, McManigal, C. Stal, D. Dayton, L. Wickey, L. Miller.
cCormick, K. Earhart, L. Robinson. R, Rylett, S. Heck.
Tau Rho Kappa
With enthusiasm and interest, the fundamentals for a career in education
are reviewed and developed by participation in Tau Rho Kappa, a club open
to all students with a B average or better who are interested in future teaching.
The club's program for the year consisted of many stimulating group discussions
on such topics as the Grading System, Problem Students, and Counselling in the
Schools. Visits to nearby schools and chances for cadet teaching gave the mem-
bers opportunity to become familiar with the career which they hope to pursue.
Kornilov. A. Mellor. V, Dunlavy. T. Affolter, S. Eymann, T. Palaferri. L. Lee. J. Bonner. P, Rose. L. Lieber,
Nott, S. Dollonger. J. Shafer, H. Ingram. E. Tonne, N. Morgan.
G, Queen. S, Rhone, L, Preston. D. Riley, M. Habel.M. Downing. J. Smith. L. Nelson. B. Bordel. L. Lloyd.
M. Patterson. K. Raub. L. Keily. S. Schussler. K. Daltor. P. Lowe, L. Davis. L. Hogan. R. Stauffer, A. McClel-
land, B. Davis, Mr. Jones, advisor, C. Carroll, M. Bendig.
S. Spurgeon, H. Hyden, L. Spratt, E. Silman, J. Doddy, P, Speth, C. McAhrcn. M. Barlow. S. Brennan, T. Knapp,
C. Starege. K. Fitzgerald. P. Olson. D. Shobe, D, Haley. M. Davis. M. Andrews. P. Kingsley, D. Hoyle.
L. Allen, K. Kell, V. Lowen. G, Vandegrift, A. Stan-ley, J. Waggoner, J. Frost. J. Papkc, S. McCarthy. D.
Torrance, D. Wolfe, B. Stegman, L. Pierce, S. Briggs. D. Carroll.
liuckx S. Dollonger. E. Ware. K. Romherger. D. Shohe. V. Dunlavy. Y. Boas. D. Carroll. K. Togerty. l.. Hofmann. R. Studlex.
Miflfllv: Mrs. Griesser. advisor. P. Kennedy. Fleer. C. Carter. P. Peterson. J. Smith. M. Sheely. Purcell. B. Ray. 1
l"mnl.' J. Hamilton. B, Nott. G. Graves. M. Roesch. J. Frost. B. Bardel. M. Kalash. S. Tyson. C. Doniea. J. lXIartinez.
Working with earnest enthusiasm, the Service Club has effectively organized
several charitable drives during the year. At the beginning of the year, they
were in charge of the Tuberculosis, Care, and Navaio drives. After splitting into
two divisions at the semester, the Junior-Senior division had a very successful
donut sale. As their final activity for the year, they made colorful scrap books
for children's homes.
Iimkx S. Hughes. A. Kanold. A. Yard. M. Cooper. S. Rhone. D. Riley. H. Hart. A. McClelland. J. Worthington. N. Vernon.
.Miilflln Mrs. Patterson. advisor. W. Traatwein. Briggs. J. Hickey. P. Lowe. J. Cheney. B. Vineyard. N. Wilson. D. lonne.
R. Smith. C, Dalton. L. Endicott.
I"rm1l.' A. Barrett. K. FitzGerald. D. Wolff. S. McCarthy. L. Cannon. N. Owens. N. Hennings. J. Thiele. M. Madison.
N. Wilson. R. Ray.
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Waves and oars transport them afar
Encouraging an interest in the ama-
teur radio construction and operation,
the Radio Club holds meetings one night
a week where the members are provided
with the machinery of the shops. They
have an opportunity to investigate the
more technical details of television and
radio while discussing and solving their
Endeavoring to promote interest in
rowing as a competitive sport, the New-
port Harbor Rowing Club is one of the
newly formed organizations on campus
this year. The student members comprise
the first high school crew on the Pacific
coast, as often they are seen working
out in North Lido channel. Periodically
they met to discuss their problems and
techniques, while they participated in
school activities by co-sponsoring the
lidade and sextant tell where they are.
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Burk' C. Fitzwater. F. Schultz. J. Dunham. D. Dalehout, D. Bush, B. Rodman, D. Unruh, G. McRae. H, Ferry,
D. Goodale. J. West. T. Garnier.
Mirlrllvs Mr. Whiteneck. advisor, D. Stoddard, T. Peterman. R. Keeler, J. Gage, V. Csenar. l. McCormick, D, Lund.
P. Echols. C. Sturtevant. D. Harshbarger, S. Lewis. D. Scott. D. Ricketts. J. Niemiec.
I"rnn1.' J. Macbleilledge. R. Ruggs. S, Kimble. K. Snoke, S. King. S. Jarvis. T. Atkinson. T. Ragan. B. Villagrana,
D. Cole, D. Pierce. J. Lucas. G. Dunn.
ENGINEERS CLUB: Delving into the newest mysteries of scientific phenomena, the members of the Engin-
eers Club made careful preparation for their future. This year, as an extra activity to build their budget,
these future engineers sold blue and white plastic book covers and decals. The successful campaign con-
cluded with many durable book covers sold, and with a new student awareness of the fact that this rela-
tively new club was really a going concern.
SAILING CLUB: Each weekend the members of the Sailing Club can be seen competing in Lehman races
at the Balboa or Newport Yacht Clubs. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Lawhorn and Commodore Oren
Wade these nautical minded mariners learn new and interesting skills.
liurkx J. Minney. J. Neufeld. J. Lewis, D, Redington.O. Crary. J. Warmington. P. Reed. B. Sawyer, T. Corkett.
B. Ballinger. T. Driskel. D. Cole. J. Hazlett. M. Peeler. B. Berryman. O. Wade.
Mizlfllvx A. Birtcher. B. Warmington. B. Balmer. S. Watson. S. Coke. G. Lee. D. Berryman. B. Burnett, King.
D. Gibson. K. Snoke. R. Merkel. T. Kornweibcl,C, Newcomb, L. Ware.
lfrruil: N. Bryant. J. Lovell. J. Ullman. A. Curtis. P. Peterson. W. Desenberg. K. Stzinge. Green. K. Romberger.
M. Couch. Kilroy. L. Lieber. J. Hurndall. K.Bonnell. P. Lerner.
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With Seven Leagu Boots they visite
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above: upper right:
Back: D. MacLachlan, M. Stewart, D. McNutt. Back: C. Smith. M. MacMillan. V. Csenar. R. Keeler
J. Warford, L. Schwan. C. Fitzwater, J. MacNeilledge, D. Ricketts.
Middle: K. Tollefsen, J. Walp, M. McCoy, B. Von Brandt. L. Endicott. D. Lund. C. Dawson.
E. Silman, D. Feinstein, R. Fletcher. Middle: M. Johnson. B. Rodman, J. Hazlett. J. Hurndall
Front: B. Barnes, J. Gazlay, P. Zinn, J. Ary, N. Morgan T. Dallas. J. Oquist. J. Hand, O. Wade.
J. Weigand, S. Oquist, J. Hoffman. Front: C. Dalton, M. Rothacrmel, S. Briggs. J. Baird,
Mr. D. Kavalec, advisor, Mrs. R. LeLievre. advis
below: or, D. Swanson. T. Knapp. H. Hart. J. Sutherlanc
Back: R. Eckert, D. Hampton, J. Burnett. M. Irwin.
A. Doesburg, J. Anderson.
L. Compton, D. Pope, A. Stanley, P. Jones.
M. Retmier, P. Weatherhead, H. Ingram.
M. Hambrook, C. Coldoff.
M. Yamer, C. Hyden, R. Rylett, S. Heck.
C. Jaquith, P. Rose, M. Fruehan.
Back: R. Kornweibel, A. Yard. M. Hayes. R. Garcia.
M. Scanlon, B. Dock, H. Gilstrap.
Middle: J. DeJong, V. Dunlavy. D. Ward. M. Carr.
P. Westfall, J. Ledbetter, B. Davis.
Front: M. Sheeley. B. Banks. J. Williamson. G. Sanger
J. Whitney, D. Miller, J. Payne, L. Najera.
ither vast realm .....
Back: S. Huffman. K. Forderbrugen. C. Casey, L. Cuthbert
C. Carroll. P. Munz, N. Walls.
Midflles M. Rork, K. Raub, M. Patterson, S. Pomeroy,
D. MacNevin, D. Carroll. E. Ware.
From: J. Delphino, S. Dial, L, Lee, B. Bardel, J. Hayes,
W. Desenberg. M. McClintock, P. Peterson.
Back: D. Lomax. L. Lee, B. Burnett, R. St. Clair, R. Griesser
J. Berk. G. Nack. D. Trooien,
Mizlzllv: I. McCormick, P. Echols. M. Merriam. J, Ary.
J. Farquhar. P. Hourigan, B. Milliron, S. Waidelich,
From: L. Lieber. J. La Belle, S. Sprich, S. Weston, S. Lombardo
J. Waggoner, P, Smith, K. Kell, M. Richmond, advisor.
Back: A . Davis, C. Stal, D. Gibson, O. Wade, T. Mang.
G. Morrison. P. Tuttle, L. Hendricks.
J Miffffla- J. Tracy, C. Hussey, L. Walker, N. Cyr, G. Creason,
J. Gaston, L. Endicott. Miss Mary Lee Richmond
Front: B. McCay, T. Affolter, B. Lilienthal, R. Studley, Mrs' Theresa panel-Son
E. Jackson, C. Estrada, S. Wing, S. Haas.
Mrs. Ruth Le Lievre
Using cup cake sales
as means of financial
aid, the French Club is
building a scholarship
fund for the education
ofa worthy French stu-
dent. Asocial meeting
of the French Club
featured a film titled
"Travel in France."
Under the direction of
Miss Mary Lee Rich-
mond, they plan, as
the last event of the
year, a dinner party
at The Old Brussels
Under the direction of Mrs. LeLievre, the
ianish Club presented a Fiesta compar-
Jle to one given in any Latin country. Gay
xnners decorated booths where fascinat-
g articles were sold. Dancers clicked
stanets to entertain the excited crowds.
ith the money raised by the gala fiesta,
ey purchased a record player. Now stu-
ents can gain a more intimate knowledge
Spanish language, songs and customs.
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They reap the bount of eecl
Back: B. Hoffman, M. Perez. E. Perez, K. Brown, D. Perez, S. Edney, T, Gilbert, R. Scruggs,
Middle: Mr. Perrin, advisor, L. Holms, B. Johnson, W. Rice, B. Heiligers, C. Bryant, P. Griffin.
D. Drake. P. Morganroth, G. Gidney.
Front: G, Leeper, F. Rivera, J. Mackintosh, J. Thompson, M. Marshall.
Back: W. Royce. E. Vonlihrenberg, E. West, M.Queen, J. Haas, R. Jacobs.
Third: B. Hemstreet, N. Jarrett, S. Barnes, T. Andrews, M. Garrison, J. Woods, W. Pinkley,
G. Gardner, L. Beebe.
Second: J. Cock, Mr. Funnell, advisor, R. Perez, G. Nelson, K. Marlatt, B. Miller, C. Taylor. L. Scruggs.
J. Woods. J. Chase, F, Knowlton.
Front: R. Jessee. B. Whitehead. D. Thompson, D. Henderson, L. Fortune. D. Bailey, D. Carroll.
B. Trusty. B. Shafer, J. Shafer.
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own and livestock grown.
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA:
One ofthe largest and most active clubs in Harbor
is the Future Farmers of America. These "Agricultural
Specialists of Tomorrow" work hard to achieve the
various levels of advancement starting as "Green
Hands" or "Chapter Farmers" and working to the
rare attainment of "State or American Farmer."
Who's boss, Don or Bossie?
Back: Dave Carroll, president, Mickey Queen. secretary.
John Haas, vice president. Jerry Shafer, Sentinel.
Bill Miller. reporter, Ronnie lessee, treasurer.
"Pete". the F.A.A. ram mascot put his O.K. on
BIOLOGY CLUB: lSenior sectionl
D. MacLachlan, H. Ollila. J. Barth. J. Stucky. J, Grray, L. Schwan, C. Woodmansee, R. Stedman G Grahim
T. Dallas, M. Haskell, R. Kumely. L. Hogland, Mr. House, advisor.
Jones. D. Ward, B, Banks. P. Echols. G. Burns, P. Milburn, president, B. Selby, J. Sibert, F Jensen
. Parker, T. Ross, B. Barnes. J. Gazlay.
Pelletier, A. Benstein. K. Earhart. D. McGinnis. L. Nelson. A. Kanold, D. Jones, P. Westfall B Helden
. Garrard, D. Miller, M. Hennigar, J. Armstrong.
For these, every season unfolds its own treasur
Field trips to many places of interest was the main function of the Biology
Club this year. They were taken at times corresponding to the current projects
in Biology classes. While the classes were studying sea life, the club made it a
point to visit Marineland. The members observed the under sea life on display
and collected shell specimens on the neighboring beach. Slides were taken and
shown at a meeting held during an activity period following the trip. Another
excursion was made to the Bird Sanctuary at Trabuco Canyon, where the club
contributed to conservation by planting shrubs and helping to preserve the
natural home of migratory birds.
B. Stone. F. Ventura. D. Tucker. B. Ghiselin. D. Stafford. W. Baines. C. Sherman. L. Ashby. P Stoddlrd
, Berryman. W. Van Aken. H. Neeper. Mr. Johnson, advisor.
Rhone. C. Carter, S. Briggs. S. Hughes. J. Williamson. J. Jones. J. Brandt, P. Parker. D. Condry l Drxke
. Trapp. H. Hayden, M. McCoy.
. Whitefield. S, Sprich, A. Reynolds. l. Naples, M.Cooper. C. Dayton, B. Queen. B. Sutterfield J Delphino
Kempton, D. Feinstein, K. Raub, B. Gurren, R. Taylor, L. Wright.
BIOLOGY CLUB: Uunior sectionl
Atwood. J. Bcnto. G. Wilson, D. Smith. S. Deardorff, R. Slater. J. Wilson. C. Wulff. B. Bcuuchimp D Bowlci
Bugcron. J. Pixlcy. Gibson. B. Crowe. C. Carter. B. Blount. D. Pettit, B. Schutt, M. Wulkcr A Buictt
Wudclich. M. Shooter. D. McGinnis. D. MacNevin. Mr. Neeme.z1dvisor.J. Duinn.
Downing, L. Hahn, L. Ryan. P. Wilhite, G. Price, D. Larson, E. Wichman, K. Harris, J. Dclphino S Bisscll
To obtain a better understanding of human beings and the word of the
Bible is the goal of the Bible Club. As an activity the members invite speakers
from local Churches and Fellowship organizations.
Histor of the written word.
Iota Rho Gamma, is a history club, open to all students who maintain a
B average in social studies. Under the leadership of Mickey Haskell, president,
the club held regular bi-monthly meetings which consisted of lively debates
and stimulating discussions on world problems and current affairs, using such
specific topics as the reunification of Germany, the Hungarian revolt, and the
segregation problem in America. Another highlight of the year occurred on the
November 7th meeting, when, with a generous supply of refreshments the group
witnessed the re-election of President Eisenhower. The keen interest of the ad-
visors, Mr. Rosch and Mr. Jillson, helped make the club's activities a success.
Burl. Mr Rosch, M. Haskell. D. Kornwiebcl. D. Smith. D. Stott, B. Burnett, C. Smith. H. Bcrun, T. Dillis S Brcw
D M icl zichlzm.
Imnt M Smith, A. Lzirdncr. R. Hill. A. Arnquist, M. Andrews, K. Stzinge, S. Gould, P, Kingsley. M Divis J Burd
HISTORY CLUB 9
With humor and concern, they plan for social benefit
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE COMMITTEE
Back: S. Gould, J, Henrotin, T. Dallas, J. Thiele. P. Kingsley, J. Lieb, S. Renacker, M. Davis
D. Redington, M. Smith, R. Hill.
Front: H, Beran, exchange student, A. Lardner, M. Haskell, K. Stange, exchange student, M. Andrews
The school was fortunate to have two foreign exchange students sponsored by the American Field
Service, living in the community and attending Harbor High School. They were Helmut Beran from Linz,
Austria, and Kristina Stange from Stockholm, Sweden. The main objective of the American Field Service
was to give these two students both the academic and social aspects of our life in America. By placing
them on school committees, urging them to ioin clubs, entertaining them with parties and trips, and in
general, creating an atmosphere of friendliness, the committee hoped that through association and under-
standing the students have had a profitable and enioyable experience.
Boosting spirit with arresting signs and ingenious pep rallies, the rally committee increased attend-
ance at school games. They completed one of their maior tasks by having a successful Homecoming Dance.
Back: Mr. Caldwell, advisor. T. Brickner, H. Kallnway, D, Pettit. D. Vaughn, J. Whitaker.
M. Johnson, B. Beauchamp, T. Atwood, R. Palaferri.
Front: D. Featherston, M. Hammond, J. Corfman,B, Lund. K. Brooks, S. Rhone, M. Couch. J. Lieh.
PEP RALLY COMMITTEE
The arts know neither age nor season
A new format, a new cover, new ideas, require-
ments, and layouts combined to make Flotsam and
Jetsam the biggest surprise of the year. The endless
reading, editing and debating, the dozens of manila
files of classifications, the frayed nerves and after
school hours paid off in producing the best literary
magazine in the history of Flotsam. The ability and
iudgment of the staff, the creative leadership of editor
Robin Hill, and the enthusiasm of Mr. Robert Wood,
advisor, sparked the best literary efforts yet produced.
Left to right: Robin Hill. editor, Mr. Robert Wood. advisor,
Ann Lardner, Barbara Hammond. Judy Link-
later, and Norman Hess. not pictured, David
The Art Club answered the call of the students
for an organized group to engage in the activities
pertaining to the enioyment of art. Besides evaluating
the student work brought in for criticism, the group
enioyed an all day trip. This covered places of art
interest in the vicinity of such as a complete tour
through the beautiful Savings and Loan building on
Lido Isle, a visit to the Laguna Museum of Art, the
Dixi Hall Studio, and the Art Center all in Laguna
Beach. The club members with other art students
took a bus trip to the Bullock's Scholastic Art Show to
view the work from all Southern California schools.
Left to right: Mrs. Shirley Rice, advisor, Patty Parker.
Sherry Gaston, Judy Raines. Karen Foster,
Jerilyn Godfrey, and Deri Dayton.
Standing: Gary Graham, Angelo Canzoneri.
Seated: Beverly Helden, Sally White, Leo Bestgen.
president, and Richard Bagley.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM STAFF
Sober cheer and revelr
Under the able direction of Miss Marie
Hiebsch, the chorus is an outstanding
example of the high standards of musi-
cal accomplishment. The biggest musical
event of the year for the chorus was the
Annual Spring Show, "Harbor Hi-Lites
Back: F. Thackery. B. Divine, B. Caya,
L. Hogland, I. Hehn, R. Taylor
Front: J. McCullar, C, Ankeny, D. Haxby,
P. Hanshaw, C. Boster, J. Lake.
Back: T. Kuhry, G. McCandlish,
R. Meeks, M. Crawley.
Front: B. Lieb, S. Rogoff, J. Butler,
Back: L, Kiddie, T. Hayes, K. Miller,
L. Wickey, K. Harris.
Middle: A. Allen, V. Bernauer, S. Childs,
L. Alden, L. Lloyd.
Front: A. Lardner, L. Harper, C. Steverson
leralcl the voices in harmon .
P. Riley, D, Hawks. P. Smith,
S. McCarthy, J. Brandt, J. Wilson,
P. Kennedy, L. Alden.
S. Pope. V. Graves, F. Hesterly,
S. Sitchler, l. Humer, G. Price,
P. Bush, F. Dalebout.
J. Kilius. K. Olds, B. Goemer,
J. Waggoner, J. Kilius, L. Stahler.
N. Kimberlin, G. Miley, B. Shutt,
R. Anderson, N. Grisham, B. Clark,
S. Renaker. M. Andrews, D. Najera,
l. Guinn, C. Starege, J. Papke.
J. Jones, D. Horn, D. Tonne.
Back: N. Bryant. R. Bolton, F. Hesterly,
Reich, H. Hayden, S. Renaker,
Price, L. Kemp.
Hammond. B. Clark, M. Dudley.
Larkettes Annual Barbeque, honoring all the new Larkettes
This year it was held in Ann Lardner's patio.
They raised aloft a ringing note.
Back: S. Luhek. J. Worthington. G.
Askew. P. lvlllom. K. Snow. J.
D, g H , Crum. B. Ray. J, Hamilton. L.
"-f 5 "" 1 Q Kemper. M. Trautwein.
. J llrirlrflrfr M. Gragg. v. Graves. C. Nelson.
i' L. Bowen. S. Martenscn. C. Smith.
A . Q - B. Shannon. P. Marshall. M. Petty
'K Q X Front: M. Mercer. B. Ellingwood. M,
tt' Q y Q. l is -s Lloyd. C. Carroll. K. Tollofsoo.
Q i GT? J S. Gaston. J. Deaver. R. Smith.
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.its ...gr in . Brick. S. Wlckander. M. Crane. B. Jack-
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r B '- W 223' ,J 4 M izldle: D. Blount. C. Niles. D. Smith. P.
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R if st' :":' is ' , gf cgi. C ' Fr-orrff E. Tyson. B. Fisher. N. Prior. s.
Bissell. J. Fewell. B, McLaughlin.
Buck: D. Donica. V. Gistero. C. Merrill.
L. Ford. J. Almond. L. Johnson.
B. Vineyard. C. Elmer.
Micldlca' B. Davis. D. Hunt. J. Smith. L.
Deering. S. Lombardo. D, Carroll
FRESHMAN ACAPELA CHOIR
Blending voices harmon-
iously, the outstanding male
voices of our school, The
Chanters, made a fine show-
ing at various school functions
throughout the year, the most
significant of which was the
Annual Spring Show.
B. Holden. G. McCandlish.
R. Meeks. D. Emmes. R.
Koren. G. Kelso. R. Taylor.
B. Johnson. D. Smith. B. Dock
C, Wolverton. N. Howard.
L. Wiekey. accompanist.
J. Hidon. C. Reich. S. Fleer. J.
Bone. R. Godines. J. Nealy.
opposite page: THE CONCERT BAND
This was a banner year for the Concert Band with its high point an invitation tc
the only high school band to perform at Cl session of the Music Educator's National C
ference. Members of the Concert Band also requested by the Orange County Elemen
Music Teachers Association to sight-read elementary band music at a Music Worksl
They participated in district and regional festivals where they were awarded Supe
ratings in performance and sight-reading. Section leaders of this year's band were SL
Brown, Bob Bell, Claudette Lomax,
Barlow, Gail White, Don Swanson
John Carlyle, David Moody, Chuck Kramer, Mona-
John Kesel, and David Vaughn.
A blithe a tone as an Angels.
wk: G. Engle, T. Hoop, D. Moody. M. Frost. S. Kimble. J. Carlyle. R. Stauffer. T. Hall. R, Atkinson. CONCERT BAND
lirlcllv: J. Lundwall, E. Savage. G. Decm. R. Bell. S. Oquist. F. Glasgow, G. Johnston, S. Tobias. T. Villagrana,
M. Gruehan. J. Baker. C. Hyden.
rant: D. Hogland. G. Nack. J. Henry. L. Mavis. J. Sauter. l. McCormick. R. Rylett. D. Lomax, R. Loptien. K. Babson.
B. Lund, Huffman. S, Heck.
ark: G. White. J. Morrison. G. Sharp. M. Barlow. J. Hand. M. Garrett. D. Swanson. D. Brooks. D, Harvey. D. Kimble.
Iirlfllv: C. Kramer. L. Wood, G, King. D. Harrison. L. Henry. J. Sanger. B. Lilienthal. J. Walters.
r0HI.' D. Horn. H. Schmoycr. B. Kabis. J. Crandall. R. Godwin. V. Csenar. L. Cannon. D. Vaughn. T. Kuhry. J. Kesel. 125
Back: G. Morrison, D. Dunn. R. Griesser, H. Richardson. F. Gillett. L. Blakely.
Front: G. Mann, N. Morgan, C. Casey. K, Dalton. B. Rysdale, H. Hyden.
This year marked the high-point in Harbor's orchestras. With a large and competent string section, the
orchestra was able to perform many of the great orchestral masterpieces. In Festival competition, the orchestra
played music by Beethoven, Mozart, and Correlli, receiving a rating of Superior. Furnishing Music for the Sen-
ior Play, the Open House, the Spring Show, and sight-reading elementary music for the Orange County Ele-
mentary Music Teachers at Orange Coast kept the sixty members of the orchestra almost constantly busy. The
high point of the year was the l2th annual Band and Orchestra concert in which the orchestra played the
accompaniment to a Beethoven piano concerto with Linda Wickey as soloist.
Th greatest gift di played in soun
Buck: S. Godwin. C. Vining. H. Ingram. B. Gibbons. M. Kahis.
THE ORCHESTRA Front: M. Oliver, P. Wilhite, M. Mendez, L. Keily. L. Valenzuela, C, Marx.
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Brick: Herb Schmoycr. Tom Kuhry. Roy Yarnell.
Front: Churlottc Dalton, Wendy Dcscnberg,
Pam Gaynor. Kristin Stal. Pam Olson
Raymond Godwin. Ross Eckert. David Vaughn
nsurpassecl in all the region round.
J. Curlylc. G. Sharp. D. Bccchcr. M. Barlow. R. Rylctt, D. Lomax. G. White. D. Brooks, S. Oquist
R. Stuuffcr. B. Lilicnthttl. D. Harrison. R. Bcll, G. King. S. Brown. C, Hydcn.
Awards adorned effort . . .
At the annual Orange County Press
Awards Banquet, Connie Seeley accepted
the trophy for Darith Sherrill, editor of
the 1956 Galleon. The gold cup was
presented for the best art and layout of
Orange County yearbooks.
Costa Mesa store windows, painted by
Harbor High art students, cheered and
entertained Christmas shoppers this
year. Recipient of first prize was Carol
Lathom, with Leo Bestgen second, and
Richard Bagley third. Mr. MacDonald
represented the merchants of the area in
awarding the checks to the winners.
Hallowe'en window painting has be-
come an annual event in Costa Mesa.
This year's first prize went to Jessica
Roberts for the best decorated window,
with Howard Schaffner, Richard Bagley,
and Pat Johnson runners up.
The annual Spring Art Exhibit was an
eagerly awaited event with the Junior
Art Show gaining a fair share of the
attention. The P.T.A. sponsored awards
were given to Dave Renaker for his fine
pencil drawing, Christa Friedlander for
a design in mixed media, and Angelo
Canzoneri for his self portrait in tempera.
Peggy Bush and Dave Renaker stare with appar-
ent amazement at the letter announcing their
Gold Key awards for winning art entries in the
National Scholastic Art Awards contest. Their
work was sent to Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh
for further iudging on a national scale.
The best cherry pie baker at Harbor was Linda
Miller, ci fourth year Home Economics major.
She won the District bake-off and is shown
admiring her prize, an electric frying pan.
Diane Sanders, senior, won the Betty Crocker award for
high school achievement in domestic arts. Diane also
won a certificate in the Homemaking Division of the
Bank of America awards, and a gold cup in the voca-
tional arts division. Another jewel in her crown of at-
tainments was the twenty-five dollar bond for the best
They perform and entertain wit
Enid Lacy CTerry Reichj was the at-
tractive woman whom Wormy lRon
St. Clairj imagined to be Bernardine,
the beautiful lady of his dreams.
At the local malt shop the wheels
of the town met to discuss every-
thing from automobiles to girls.
Beaumont, CDave Emmesj led the
boys CRich Taylor, Mickey Haskell,
and Walt Howaldj through the ex-
hausting realms of day-dreaming.
Always there were the over-
whelming problems of youth. For
instance, getting a date for the im-
Vernon Kinswood Uohn Hazlett and Leroy Hoglandj was th
model boy, his talkative nature was hindering Wormy from sneal-
ing out to ioin the gang. Other characters on stage are Jean Can
rick fTaccoa Hayes and Betsy Blackmarj Mrs. Cantrick CMerlin Coucl
and Mrs. Weldey fDiane Featherston and Joan Bushl.
irth to endow and drama to enact
Vormy's mother wouldn't appreciate the company
in -wa w .A
Under the artful direction of Mrs.
Marthella Randell the drama classes
presented "Bernardine". The play is a
humorous portrayal of adolescents
with a whimsical dream of the impos-
sible town of Sneaky Falls, Idaho.
Lynn McFarland, one of the
capable make-up crew, checks
a last detail before Terry Reich
goes on stage.
A good play is also based
on extensive preparation and
artistic efforts of the stage
crew. Miss Zatha Tallman and
her assistants provide the nec-
essary scenery, lighting and
staging details for a memom-
Th Chroniclers assemble and circulat
Miss Hilliard, Mrs. Horn, advisors
Under the direction of Mrs. Horn
cmd Miss Hilliard, the iournalism staff
had another successful year of school
news coverage. As well as complete
general school reporting, the Harbor
"Beacon" has kept students posted on
scholarship awards and sports victor-
ies achieved by their fellow class-
mates. The paper was conducted in
the same fashion as local newspapers.
Beacon staff members are especially
proud of awards they have won. At
the state wide press conference at
Redlands they took first place in news,
sports, and editorial sections and third
place in feature section and society.
At the Santa Ana Junior College Con-
ference they won seventeen awards
for various outstanding achievements.
Top-left to right: Kris Earhart. Judy Bonner. Mrs. Horn, Betty Kevin. reporters.
Bottom- Back: Sue Stewart, Judy Bonner, Alice Pridham, Ann Benstein, Betty
Kevin, Kris Earhart.
Front: Betty Evans. Margaret Merriam. reporters.
hat which informs and entertain .
JERRY TINKER, EDITOR
As editor-in-chief, Jerry has made
the "Beacon" his dream come true. At
the beginning of this year, he was
heard to comment that the "Beacon"
was going to be a really award-worthy
paper. Generally, such a boast by o
new editor can be taken with a grain
of salt, but in Jerry's case his dream
came true - but not with a wave of
a magic wand. His hard work began
with a column reorganization, a new
nameplate, and an enthusiastic staff. 'X
The newspaper came alive with his
drive and humor, and it set a new
standard for Harbor "Beacons" while
Jerry set a new standard for "Bea-
EDITOR: Jerry Tinker
left 10 right: Gary Green, Dave Hammond, sports editor, left to right: Diane Trooien, feature editor
Peter Rabbitt. Earl Gustkey. sports staff, S-undru Martin, assistant editor
Writing interesting and infor-
mative copy for the various ac-
tivities pictured is the job of the
literary staff. Through their ef-
forts events became specific
memories and thoughtful re-
The art staff developed the
theme of the book in pictorial
form under the guidance of Mrs.
Rice. Richard Griffin was respon-
sible for the precise and sym-
bolic design on the end pages of
this book, and the illuminated
capital introducing the theme.
Margie Habel rendered the
charming designs of knights,
iesters, and scholars running
through the faculty section. John
was responsible for the volume
of posters advertising the sale
of the book.
Mrs. Shirley Rice. advisor.
John Jordan, Dick Griffin,
Care and embelli hmen
CONNIE SEELEY, EDITOR
The new larger Galleon called for all the many
talents Connie could muster. Foresight, imaginative
planning, organization and leadership were the quali-
ties necessary for this daily iob from the first day of
school to its ninth month of completion. With the help
of her many staffs, deadlines with photographers,
engraver, and printer were met. All those who
worked under her were inspired to give their best
through her example.
left 10 right: Mr. William Clark, Mr. George Badger, advisors. Connie Seeley.
Kay Lacefield, literary editorg Sally Gould. Sue Weston.
ecorcl a year's progress.
"THE GALLEON" . . .
The massive work and planning behind
the school's yearbook is seldom recognized.
Only those who cooperate in its production
realize the repetitious trials, the slow and
steady building up, the endless details all
climaxed by laborious proofreading right
up to the time the last page is run off the
press. The feeling of elation at having
created a part of a lasting memory for the
students of Newport Harbor makes all the
work seem worthwhile.
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Taking complete charge of the sports
section, Terry and Sonia gathered all the
facts and figures necessary to make their
section a true record of the athletic events
Terry Dallas, Sonja Moon, sports editors
Art editor, Leo Bestgen, undertook the
task of revising old, familiar ideas into
fresh concepts. The "Galleon's" theme of
an old fashioned fairy tale was given a
contemporary interpretation in Leo's stylized
design on the cover and his imaginative
work on all of the division pages. He gave
the theme its visual impact you may find
unique and lively.
Secretaries gave inestimable service by
typing all copy, securing identification,
checking names, and accomplishing the
numerous details involved in such a large
John Jordon. Veluriu Rice, Larry Bott
To catch a memory they did their part
The photographers spent many
long hours taking and developing
the pictures necessary to the ex-
istence of a yearbook. Tad con-
tributed most of the fine sports ac-
tion and other candid photography
which give life to these pages.
Lee Johnson, Gary Nelson. Dan
Pierce, Tad Tobitt, Mr. William
Zimmer, Dick Hepperly
Organizing the Senior section
Kay, Connie and Sally had the task
of laying out, ordering, cutting,
identifying, alphabetizing, and as-
sembling each senior picture so that
the students might have a pictorial
record of their classmates.
Kay Lacefield. Connie Seeley.
The advertising staff helps the
book pay for its production by sell-
ing advertisements to the local mer-
chants. The merchants' cooperation
makes the school yearbook a com-
munity enterprise upon which many
of them look with pride.
Sybil Carney, advertising editor,
Marceil Carr, assistant
Kathleen Clune, Diane Sanders.
Leroy Hogland, Larry Lahodney,
Jeanette Baird fnot pictured.
advisors Mr. Chester Wulff and
Mr. Lee Roschj
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Buck: J. Lieb. D. Lund. B. Thompson. K. Snow.
Front: J. Kilius. K. Brooks. V. Mills. C. Beltran, P. Ragan.
Twirling blue flags and keeping in step with music, flag-
twirlers performed with the band. Tedious practice resulted in
clever formations on the football field.
With flashy batons our major-
ettes strutted lightly about as
they led the band. Tricky rou-
tines added extra halftime en-
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alutes they might shape victories.
During time out and half time the songleaders stepped lively
to fight songs and yells. They were ready to help lead the
cheering section with ruffled pompoms and peppy routines,
which inspired the spirit of every game.
Buck: Judy Coffman, Marilyn Hammond. Sonja Moon.
Frw1r.' Sue St. Clair, Patti Smith.
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Cheerleaders had a new tech-
nique of cheering this year with
their crazy hats and antics. Their
surpise entertainment at pep as-
semblies sparked school interest
and generated enthusiasm.
Mike Johnson. Carolyn Grccn.
Dave Emmcs. Merlin Couch.
One of the hardest fighting teams Harbor
has ever known was this year's Varsity. Its
standing in the Sunset League was sixth, but its
spirit was first rate. The team's ability was
shown in the game against Montebello, one of
the best teams in Southern California. Harbor
held down their scoring points to 13. Harbor
managed to score 20 points against Anaheim,
more than any other school in the League. Coach
Don Burns felt that the best game of the season
was against Orange: Harbor won by 'I9 points.
Some of the outstanding players who made
these games noteworthy include: Buddy Thomp-
son, Charlie Vandervort, Stan Schones, Bob Vil-
lagrana, Bob Allen, Terry Ragan, Dennis Dale-
bout, Carl Bergeron, Stuart Betz, Herb Yee, Doug
Bowler, Art Birtcher, David Goodale, Jerry Shafer,
Bob Hendershot, and Dale Martin.
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For the first time in 20 years, Harbor's B football team captured
he Sunset League Championship with six wins, and one tie with
Sarden Grove. Strong men Mike George, Bob Johnson, Mike Hayes,
d Rothenberger, Dick Raines, Lewis Fronsman, George McFarland,
David Vaughn, Ron Koren, aided by Phil Mailloux, Robin Swinford,
'erry Bagwell, Dave Hammond, Richard Schlickenmayer, Craig
Iadwalader, John Haskell and Pancho Rios scored a total of 189
aoints to 63 for their opponents in league games.
First place B team smashes, tackles, outruns, and foxes opposition.
BOX SCORE Huntington Beach ., 7 Newport 14
Excelsior ................ 6 Newport 13 La Habra .............,,, Newport 37
Montebello ............ 18 Newport 12 Fullerton ,..,.,........,, 0 Newport 26
Anaheim Cforfeit .,.. O Newport 2 Santa Ana ..sYs ,..... 6 Newport 19
Garden Grove ....,... 13 Newport 13 Orange ...,.. ,,,,.. 8 Newport 54
Burk: C. Kramer. managerg P. Rios, K. Daly. D. Cassel, Harrison. G. Cantrell, J. D'Errico, J. Lewis, J
J. Sinkie. B. Johnson. G. McFarland. G. Miller. Arnold. Coach Neeme.
C. McDonald. D. Vaughn. T. Dallas, Front: R, Atkinson. J. Haskell, D. Raines. R. Schlickcn
Miflflln Coach Pclsinger. J. Stoneback. S. Lewis. L. Frons- mayer. M. Hayes, A. Boris, R. Korcn, M. George
man. R. Swinlord. J. Bagwell. P. Mailloux, D. C. Cadwaladcr. P. Rabbit,
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'md George Hood.
lnlow: Varsity is downed by Faculty in
riotous flag football game.
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port Harbor Yacht Club.
Bob Allen. Art Birtchcr. Doug
Bowler, Bud Thompson and Dave
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Anaheim Newport 60
Orange ,, Newport 53
La Habra .,,,,,,,o,o.7,,7 Newport 86
Garden Grove ,,,,..., Newport 56
Santa Ana Newport 51
Fullerton ,7,,....,,,,.... Newport 62
Huntington Beach ., Newport 55
Anaheim ,,..,,,,,,,7,,,. Newport 55
Orange ,7,,A,..77,,,.,,,. Newport 55
La Habra i.,,7,,,,,,..,,7 Newport 53
Garden Grove ,,7,,,.. Newport 48
Santa Ana Newport 56
Fullerton ,Y,,ii..,,,,,,,. Newport 60
Huntington Beach .. Newport 61
Manager R. Godwin.
Front: S. Schones. J. Lewis. J, Hcnrotin. R. Palaferri. G. Green.
Ending the season with a 21 won and 8 lost record and a
League record of 12 won and 2 lost, Newport broke six and
tied one school record. They were undefeated on their home
court, with 14 straight home game wins. Outstanding per-
formances by individuals were vital factors in gaining this
outstanding record. Special recognition goes to All-League
first-string guard Gary Green, and to first string C.I.F. forward,
left: Gary Green sinks another while Ed Pope watches to
Il1fZf!11t'fCll'CCI1 hetters opponent in scoring jump. Tom Houston
and John Henrotin uid.
riglzt: Pope sinks one Linder nose of La Hahru man.
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Burk: Coach Gage. R. Peterson, V. Stanford. D. Pierce. T. Garnier,
J. Hulbert, J. Queener, M. Marshall. Manager J. Niemiec.
lfrnnl: J. Schones. R. Tarnowske. G. Bryant. R. Morton. R. Hill.
junior varsity basketball
Opening the season with seven straight wins, the Junior
Varsity squad enioyed the best year of Newport's JV teams.
Ending the season with a 16 won and 5 lost record and a
9 won and 5 lost League record, the JV's took over third
place in the Sunset League race. Many well-played and
hard fought games occurred as this year's squad developed
many fine players who did an outstanding iob throughout
the season. Captain of the Team and the Most Valuable
Player was Roger Peterson. Vern Stanford was the Most
Improved while letter winners included Gene Bryant, Jerry
Hulbert, Jim Schones, Dan Pierce, and Rich Tarnowske.
La Habra ,,...,,,,.....,.
Ga rden Grove ,.,,,,,,
Huntington Beach ,,
La Habra .,,,,,..,,,,,,,,
Garden Grove ,,,..,,,
Fullerton ..,,...,.,,... ,
Huntington Beach ,,
.lVis and Varsity plan strategy at halt' time. Harbor man scores another. Villagrana sinks one
Back Coach Neeme J Lewis J Nlemlec C Cotton P Stoddard, R. Merkel, Manager T. Dallas.
Front C Taylor M Hayes C Pickens R Schllckenmayer, J. Fontius, Cv. Clark.
" " basketball
The Tarbabes of Newport enjoyed a success-
ful season this year, finishing second in the final
standings. Newport was leading the pack until
the final week when they faced a determined
Santa Ana quintet and were upset. That same
week they were forced into overtime by Fuller-
ton on the Indians' court and in the last second
of play a perfect shot from the deep corner de-
prived the Tars of a piece of the championship.
The Tarbabes managed to pour through 868
points during league play for an average of 63.4
points per game. John Fontius scored 324 for
an average of 23 points per game to lead the
class B scoring. This Tar junior was voted the
Most Valuable Player in the Invitational Santa
Monica basketball tournament which included
the best class B teams in Southern California.
Gary Pickens was named Captain, with John Fon-
tius the Most Valuable and Gary Clark as Mott
Anaheim .....,,.,,...... Newport 5l
Orange ............,..... Newport 56
La Habra ...,............ Newport 7l
Garden Grove ........
Huntington Beach ..
Orange ,,,,...,........., Newport 65
La Habra ........,,.,..,, Newport 79
Garden Grove ,,,...., Newport 61
Santa Ana Newport 56
Fullerton ................ Newport 57
Huntington Beach ..
Tim Jones sinks one.
Under the guidance of Coaches Fowles
and Smith, Harbor's mighty "C" basket-
ball team captured second in the League
with a ten and four record.
Led by Captain Jerry Hehn and Most
Valuable Player Tim Jones, the C's had a
very exciting season. In the first game of
the season they beat Excelsior by two points
in a thrill packed overtime period. Then
later in the season the Huntington Beach
game ended in a tie which was again won
by the hard-fighting C's in another over-
time, 32-28. Steve Robinson was the out-
standing player in this, the C's best-played
game of the season.
Anaheim . .............. Newport 12 Anaheim .... ...... N ewport 21
Orange ,.,,.,.........,.. Newport 33 Orange ,,...,... ...... N ewport 21
La Habra ................ Newport 37 La Habra .,.s...s...,.... Newport 37
Garden Grove ........ Newport 38 Garden Grove ........ Newport 49
Santa Ana Newport 31 Santa Ana Newport 31
Fullerton ,. .,............ Newport 39 Fullerton ...,.......,..., Newport 43
Huntington Beach .. Newport 32 Huntington Beach H33 Newport 22
Built Conch Fowles Coach Smith. F. Rivera. T. Sandoval, Front: R. Watson, B. McCarthy, B. Lucas. T Hubcr D
J Hiskcll S Robinson, R. Keeler, W. Connell, Powers, S. Lagerlof. T. Jones. J. Hehn J Butlcr
D Pcisc J Hobbs. S. Lewis, R. Tweddell.
varsit cross countr
"Sunset Champions" again best
describes Harbor's 1956-57 cross
country teams. Coach Ralph Reed's
Varsity ran up a 48 duel meet con-
secutive win record over the past
five years before finally dropping
a meet to Santa Ana. However, the
Tars easily won all important Sun-
set League Finals and the cham-
Captain Jerry Hilliard and George
Hood were the year's outstanding
runners, but were ably assisted by
Randy Peeler, Bob Van Sickle, Ed-
die LeBaron, Harry McKinney, and
left: Randy Peeler comes across for
a breathless finish.
right: Jerry Hilliard is first to finish.
Back: E. Miller, B. Dock, B. Van Sickle, A. Rios, Front: T. Gilbert, H. McKinney, R. Peeler, J. Hilliard
B. Whitehead, G. Hood, Coach Reed
junior var ity cross countr
Bar'k.' P. Griffin. D. Unruh, J. Hilbert B Zentil J Mic Front D Qtifford E West D Cola, M Hiskcll
Ncillcdgc. D, Hull. T. Blakely T Hmky T Baumc L Hxnson Coxch Reed D Tuckcr
The Tar Junior Varsity Cross Coun-
try team was the Sunset League
Champion for the fifth consecutive
year, with an admirable record of
having never lost a meet in its J.V.
cross country history and with a con-
secutive string of 54 wins since 1952.
Andre Riou was the Jayvee cham-
pion in the big Sunset League finals
although Tommy Gilbert, Beryl White-
head and Bill Dock were key men on
the team. Several excellent Freshmen
were on the squad, so that next year's
prospects are equally as bright.
Buck: D. Pearson, B. Villagrana, D. Goodale, J. West, B. Claus, A. Birtcher, V. Stanford, J. MacNeilledge, G. Rees
Coach Burns, Coach Beckett.
Middle: H. Pauley, M. Frost. R. Peeler, R. Rice, D. Martin,T. Atkinson, J. Hilliard, G, Hood, J. l-lazlctt, J. Hostetlcr
Front: J. Butler, A. Roesch, G. Burns, L, Hansen, J. Shafer, B. Buckland, J. Hand, H. McKinney. Couch Straw
The Harbor High track team 'Finished second
in all three classes in league competition, each
losing only one dual meet.
During the Varsity season several school
.records and a league record were broken by
,Harbor athletes. George Hood set a new school
and league record in the 880 at 1:57.6. Other
new school records were Bob Rice, 440 at 51.8,
Dale Martin, 100 tied at 10.0 and the 220 at
21.6, Dodd Pearson, low hurdles at 19.8, and
the 880 relay team of Pearson, Rice, Atkinson,
Martin at 1:3O.7.
Santa Ana Relays Co-champs
Anaheim .............. 36 Newport 68
Garden Grove ...... 42l'h Newport 61 V2
Huntington Beach 35 Newport 69
La Habra .............. 33 Newport 71
Fullerton ...... ...... 6 1 Newport 43
Santa Ana ............ 3126 Newport62Vs
Orange ..... ...... 4 1 Newport 63
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liuck: D. Stafford. D. Hall. T. Petermun. D. Sibley, Front: Couch Straw, J. Frcdrickson. J. Anderson, R,
R. Lowe. A. Yard. R. Vz1nSickle, C. Cadwal- Atkinson, R. Hanson. R. Flccmun. Lewis,
udcr. R. Lundy. E. Miller. Coach Burns. J. Marton, E. Perez, T. Buumc. Couch Bcckctt
Garden Grove ,,77.. 28Vz Newport 57V2
Huntington Beach 37 Newport 58
La Habra ,,,,,,,,,,..,. 22 Newport 56
Fullerton .,.. ,..,,,. 3 076 Newport 64'A
Santa Ana .,..,....... 6OV2 Newport 33V2
Orange 77.7,. ...,... l 8 Newport 77
In the B division Harbor's track
team took second in the league. Out-
standing performers on the squad this
season were Ronnie Lowe, sprints,
Russ Hanson, broad iump, Bob Van
Sickle, 1320, Bob Hendershot, hurdles
and broad jump, and Ed Miller, hur-
dles andthe 660.
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Anaheim .....,....,... 5 Newport 67
Garden Grove ...... 17 Newport 60
Huntington Beach 31 Newport 46
La Habra ...........,., 2016 Newport 50216
Fullerton .....,, ....A. 1 5 Newport 62
Santa Ana ............ 17W
During the season there were several
outstanding team members who led the
C's to their second place standing. First
Tom Huber broke the C shot-put rec-
ord by almost two feet when he raised
the old record of 51 feet 10314 inches to
53 feet 9V2 inches. Other top C track
members included the following: Lloyd
Fortune, setting a new school record in
the 180 at 18.8 and the 440-relay team
OVUUQG ---- ------ 1 QV3 NeWP0"1642f5 of Swinford, Hehn, Watson, and Fortune
setting a new record of 46.6.
Buck: J. Hehn. T. Huber. R. Rapp. D. Tucker. R. Front: Coach Straw. T. Blakeley. S. Robinson. M.
Swinford, L. Fortune, R. Watson, T. Belford. McClcnnan. W. Callis. J. Richards. T. Davis.
B, Lucas, S. Cooper, N. Stickler, S. Henrotin. R. Smith. T. Sandoval, K. Klaps. A. Woodrich
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Front: C. Kramer. G. Sharp, G. Green, C. Vandervort, B. Back: F. Smith, J. Hulbert, C. Bergeron. D. Smith S
Thompson, P. I-leikes, J. Bento, B. Allen, G. Pickens Simonson, P. Rios, J. Hehn, Coach George Hunter
var it ba eball
At the date of publication, Newport's Varsity
Baseballers were second in the League, tied with
Santa Ana one and one-half games behind leader
Top players helping the team maintain this posi-
tion were Captain Bud Thompson, top batter Gil
Sharp, pitcher Gary Green, and first-base-man Char-
lie Vandervort. The Coach was Mr. George Hunter
and Manager, Chuck Kramer.
Anaheim ..............,. 4 Newport 2
Orange .......... ...... 7 Newport 6
La Habra ..............., 4 Newport 8
Garden Grove ........ 3 Newport 4
Santa Ana ............,, 0 Newport l
Fullerton ................ l Newport?
Huntington Beach ..l Newport 8
Tarbabes out-pitch -- out-hit opponents.
JV ind V irsity fight e- und win.
junior varsity ba eball
Following league leader Anaheim by one game was Harbor's Jun-
ior Varsity Baseball team with a 5-2 record as of May 1. Top players
helping the team maintain this position were Larry Shroder, top hitter,
Roy Dalton, pitcher, Dennis Powers, short-stop, and Jim Schones and
Terry Bagwell. The Coach was Chuck Randall and Manager, Paul Hasty.
limit B H irbison, T. Bagwell. D. Finn. J. Zagrodsky. P. Rabbitt. R. Dalton. J. Schones, Coach Charles Randall
Imnr J Hobbs P. Fcuthcrston.
D. Powers, L. Shrader,
G. Clark, F. Rivera, R. Jcssce. not pictured, Paul Hasty
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Toward the end of April, Harbor's
varsity swimmers were a close second
in the league and were also a good bet
to win the Sunset League finals.
According to Coach Newland, swim-
mers who contributed to the team's suc-
cess included the following: free stylers
D. Bush, D. Brickner, and D. Redingtonp
dolphiner B. Millsg back stroker J. Lind-
ermanp and conventionalists B. Hoffman
and T. Dallas. Of these, Harbor All-
American swimmer Don Redington broke
his own old record in the 200 yard free
style down to 159.8 and set a new
105.2 second time in the 100 yard dol-
phin. He also holds four other school
records and two C.I.I. Midwinter records
in the 100 and 200 free style.
K Harbor relay lean' "W
SCORES OF MEETS TO DATE
Anaheim .................... 14 Newport 76
Huntington Beach ,..... 25 Newport 67
0 0 La Hclbra ..................., 13 Newport 70
GardenGrove ,.., shutout
Fullerton ...................... 51 Newport 36
Back: M. Denlinger. A. Doesburg, B. Keppen. B. Hoff- Front: J. Berg, D. Brickner, H, Petersen, D. Bush,
man, D. Redington, B. Mills, Coach Newland. T. Dallas.
B. von Hemert,
As of late April, Harbor's B swim team, coached by Ted Newland, and one of
the strongest in Southern California, was easily League champ, with a chance
to win the Sunset League finals. Some outstanding records were: Free stylers:
Barry von Hemert, Bob Johnson, Dave Allen, and Peyton Reed, dolphin and
conventionalists: Jack Buck, and Robbie Griesser, back strokers: Jerry Whitaker,
Chip Fitzwater, and Bill Jewell. Of these team members Robbie Griesser set
the school conventional record at 112 flat, and Barry von Hemert set the follow-
ing standards: 100 dolphin, 108.27 50 free style, 25.2, 100 free style, 56 flat,
and 75 individual, 45.2.
"B" and "C" swimmers
Harbor's C swimmers were also League champs, with a chance to win Sunset
League finals. Some top swimmers on the team included: free stylers: Tom
Brickner, Dave Gibson, K. Malcomson, and Jim Corfman, dolphiner, Walter Boice,
back stroker, Doug Miller, conventionalists, Dick Palm and Bill Dock. Of these
members Dick Palm set the new school record for conventional breast stroke at
36.2 seconds. Tom Brickner set the 100 free record at 59.8 and the 50 dolphin
record at 28.8.
Mike Mang, Tim Mang, Wayne Whitney, Oliver Quarry.
Mickey Haskell. Lee Crissell, Richard Schlueter, John Hall,
Dick Bridgman, Scott Thompson.
M r. Lawhorn,
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The varsity tennis team won six and lost three games as of May 3rd, Outstand-
ing senior players were Mickey Haskell and Lee Crissell, who were probably
the best doubles combination in the league. Their only loss was to Anaheim,
which was reversed the second time they met. Two freshmen this year were
regular Junior Varsity players, Mike Phoenix and Richard Elliot. The Junior
Varsity won eight and lost one.
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In the moonlight mermaids emerged.
"Happy Wanderer" was the title of this year's
Aqua Show, which led both audience and per-
formers on a gay journey through mysterious
Arabia, dark Africa, a panorama of the United
States and other countries. Elephant heads were
worn by mermaids while doing the routine rep-
resenting Africa. In "Buddhas of Siam" there
were worshippers and one main Buddha. An
Oriental headdress added a far eastern touch to
the show. The managers participated in four
special numbers: "Long Night in Alaska," a slow
number in which girls gave the impression of
being asleep, "Little Red Fox" for England, a
number for China and a slow, graceful interpre-
tation of the "Eleventh Hour Melody."
"Little Bells, Big Bells," represented Germany.
The main prop was a German clock, divers were
the figures in the glockenspiel. Three hundred
and fifty girls participated in the entire produc-
tion. All of the routines were done by the physi-
cal education classes.
Q, "Long Night in Alaska"
b, "Baub1es, Bangles, and BC't!f1.YH - ARABIA
C, "March of the Siamese Children"
d, "Zippity DO0Dal1,' - U.S.A.
Seniors won the tennis interclass this year.
They also did very well in hockey. These girls
have enioyed all sports offered them during
their days in Girls' Athletic Association.
Marcia Davis. Sharon Briggs, Phyllis Milum, Nancy
Hennings, Joan Patterson, Barbara Dorkin
Burk: Judy Sutherland, Betty Shannon. Diane Swan-
son, Beth Stanley. Front: Roberta Bolton, Joyce
Albers, Naomi Morgan, Anita McClelland.
Buck: Jill Taylor, Diana Sanders, Cathy Hofmann,
Ann Lardner. Frunl: Arleene Barrett. Sue McCarthy,
Terry Reich, Alice Pridham.
Burk: Nancy Bryant, Merlin Couch. Carol Talstra,
Claudia Gentosi, Lynn McFarland. Front: Helen
Hart, Judy Wilson. Linda Cannon. Carolyn Daniel,
Cynthia Beltran, Jody Lieh, Laurie Hendricks.
The year most athletic minded girls look
forward to is their junior year. For the firsf
time, they are eligible for sixth period
P.E. They also receive the letters for their
Gerry Sanger, Diane Lund, Cynthia Smith, Ilene Drake.
Cathy Trapp, Page Westfall.
Back: Vickie Verrinder, Lonna Lloyd. Patty Smith.
Mary Ann Cooper, Terry Cooper, Barbara Banks.
Front: Sue Stewart, Joan Brandt, Ann Benstein. Jan
Ary, Barbara Harper.
Paula Echols, Cathy Sturtevant, Harriet Hayden, Mary
Hennigar, Judy Labelle, Carol Dawson.
Back: Gerry Nack, Dockie Lomax, Betty Evans, June
Payne, Deanna Miller. Front: Patty Parker, Gail White.
Vickie Csenar. Irene McCormick. Lois Pelletier.
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Our victorious sophomores won
hockey and volleyball interclass. This
was the year they obtained their GAA
sweaters which they had earned by
accruing points for extra participation
in sports after school.
Barbara Elliott, Sandy Spurgeon, Lor-
raine Cuthbert,Sharon Pomeroy,Wendy
Desenberg, J. Reed.
Front: Kathy Romberger, Jeanine Bonner. Judy
Baker, Janis Hayes, Clementine Estrada,
Back: Virginia Dunlavy, Melinda Rork. Kay
Harris, Kathy Raub, Barbara Crowe,
Front: Susan Huffman, Johanna Oquist, Bar-
bara Nott, Judy Armstrong, Mary Lu
Back: Robin Rylett, Stephanie Heck, Marilyn
Bowler, Judy Lovell, Cherie Vining.
1: Lu Davis, Bonnie McCay, Tina Pala-
ferri, Carol Hyden. Dee Smith, Louise
This year over one hundred fresh-
men went out for vollyball. It was
the largest number enrolled for a
sport in Harbor's history. They looked
forward to the fun they would have
in G.A.A. all through high school.
Back: Jane Fontius, Mary Bandel, Rachel
Stewart, Karen Betz. Sharon Lockhart.
Judy Hemstreet. Kristina Berg, Myrna
Front: Linda Spratt. Susan Kilroy, Mary Ret-
mier. Kathy Carr, Darlene McManigal,
Meredith Miller, Jerilyn Godfrey.
Back: Holly Ingram. Diane Drake. Susan
Gould. Katie Bonnell, Jeanne Martin,
Front: Lorena Keily, Cathy Coldoff, Jo Anne
Hallberg. Jean Ullman. Mary Michel-
sen. Gail Graves, Mary Hambrook.
Back: Diane Hogland. Christina Hussey, Julie
Tracy. Susan Wing.
Fronl: Barbara Kirkpatrick. Barbara Cooper.
Nancy Gardner. Merridy Roesch, Kath-
t V Magix,-f at .immlll
Taceoa Hayes and her interpretation of "Hound Dog."
What am I missing?
Ah! Easter Week.
When they said MUD Bow! Game, they meant it!
Asked their opinion of women drivers ......
Registration of students is the teaeher's first job each year
Ah! Ah! Lorraine - He's taken.
Grown in California.
Our firsl flunva' Wim' .x'pon.s'orc'1l by ilu' Bofrrrl of Conrrol.
"lJm'v, lzirla' Ilivsv owl' lwrf' nnril ilu' Prom."
Jimi rlic way you look Ioniglzl.
"Hvy, wlml lima' will ilu' Prom ln' owrI"'
Har Mujvxly and livr Court fn flu' ff0Hll'l'UlHlllALf llmlrv.
"Hz'llo, I'n1 Sadie' H1m'kin.s'."
ll'.s' Illl'l'l' o'c'loc'k in Ilia' morning.
Nim'ty-nina' fill-VX of working on Ilia' Prom.
"Pew, ix tlml my pum'l1f"'
enior activitie . . .
ALBARIAN, JOHN: Hall Monitor I
ALBERS, JOYCE: Senior Class Treasurer IV:
Student Council I, Il: Carousel Ill, G.A.
A. Dance Coach IV
ALLAN, LYNN: Student Court IV, Galleon
Advertising Staff IV, Service Club II,
III, IV, Hostess Committee ll
ALLEN, ANITA: Carousel Ill, Larkettes III,
IV, Christmas Assembly III, IV
ALLEN, DAVE: Swimming Team I, ll, III,
IV, Student Council I, ll, Christmas Play
ll, Football I
ALLEN, ROBERT: Football I, II, III, IV,
Basketball I, II, III, Baseball I, ll, III,
IV, Hi-Tars III, IV
ANDERSON, JEAN: Senior Play IV, Aqua
Show IV, Student Council II
ANDREWS, MARGARET: Summer Foreign
Exchange Student III, Tau Rho Kappa
I, Il, Ill, Vice President IV, Honor So-
ciety II, Ill, Usherettes Ill
ARNQUIST, ANN: Honor Society III, IV,
Tau Rho Kappa III, IV, Iota Rho Gamma
IV, Girls' Varsity Tennis Team IV
ASHBY, PAUL: Cross Country III, IV, Track
IV, Biology Club IV
ATKINSON, TOM: Football II, III, IV, Track
II, Ill, IV, Student Court II, Ill, IV,
Engineers' Club, Vice President IV
ATWOOD, TAG: Football I, II, III
BABBS, DON: Basketball I, II, III, Football
I, II, Student Court III, IV, Honor So-
ciety I, Il
BAIRD, JEANETIE Honor Roll I, li, ul, iv,
Student Court Team III, Galleon Adver-
tising Staff IV, Dance Assembly II, Ill
BARLOW, MONA: Girls' League III, IV,
Marching Band I, II, III, IV, Tri-Sigma
III, IV, Senior Play IV
BARRETT, ARLEENE: G.A.A. I, II, III, IV,
Service Club I, Il, III, Theta Beta Kappa
I, II, Cafeteria I, Il, III
BASS, DIANA: G.A.A. I, Hall Monitor IV
BATH, JACK: Biology Club Il, III, IV, Stu-
dent Court ll, III, IV, Student Council I,
Tau Rho Kappa Ill, IV
BAUGHER, MARCIA: Usherette Ill, Business
Club, President IV
BEACH, JEAN: Business Club II, III, Bi-
ology Club III, G.A.A. I, II, Ill, Chorus
BELL, ROBERT: Honor Society ll, III, IV,
Student Court IV, Concert Band I, II,
III, IV, French Club Ill, IV
BELTRAN, CYNTHIA: Girls' League Vice-
President IV, Carousel Ill, Student Coun-
cil Ill, Flag Twirler Il, III, IV
BENTO, JIM: Football I, II, Ill, IV, Track
II, III, Basketball III, Hall Monitor III,
BERAN, HELMUT: Iota Rho Gamma Club
Vice President IV, Student Council IV,
Foreign Exchange Student, American
Field Service Committee
BIRTCHER, ART: Class Vice President I, II,
Student Council ll, III, IV, Football I, Il,
Ill, IV, Honor Society
soice, steve: s Swimming ni, iv, stu-
dent Court II, III, IV, Senior Play IV,
Engineer's Club III, IV
BOLTON, ROBERTA: G.A.A. I, II, III, IV,
Honor Society ll, III, IV, Larkettes Il,
III, IV, Spring Show ll, III, IV
BONE, JUDY: Aqua Show Il, III, IV,
G.A.A. Il, III, Usherettes III
BORIS, ALLEN: Football II, III, IV, Cross
Country Ill, Tennis II, IV, Student Coun-
BOTT, LARRY: Galleon Staff IV.
BONTEKOE, DUANE: Hall Monitor IV
BOWLER, DOUG: Football lll, IV, Track,
Hall Monitor Ill, IV
BRAGG, SALLY: Spanish Club, Business
Club, Aqua Show
BRAZE, LORA: Business Club IV, Bible
Club I, II, III, IV
BRENNAN, SANDRA: Tau Rho Kappa IV,
Senior Play IV
BRICKNER, DAVE: Class Officer IV, Hi-Tars
IV, Student Council III, Senior Play IV
BRIGGS, SHARON: Student Court I, Spring
Fashion Show Narrator IV, Senior Play
IV, G.A.A. I, Il, III, IV.
BROWN, DENNIS: Football Ill, IV, Band
III, Student Court I, Student Council I
BROWN, SUSAN: G.A.A. Cabinet II, III,
IV, Tri-Sigma Ill, IV, Band I, Il, III, IV,
Honor Society II, Ill
BRYANT, NANCY, Carousel III, Senior
Play IV, Tau Rho Kappa President III,
Student Court II, III, IV
BUCKLAND, BILL: Track I, Ill, IV, Football
BURNS, ALICE: Speed Swim Manager
G.A.A. III, Reporter G.A.A., Cabinet IV,
Aqua Show I, II,'lIl, IV, Beacon Staff IV
ausH, DENNIS: swim Team ii, ln, iv,
Honor Society II, lll, Hall Committee
Captain IV, Engineers' Club Ill, IV
BUSH, JOAN: Senior Play IV, Aqua Show
II, Ill, IV, Sophomore Dance Committee
G.A.A. I, II
BUSH, PEGGY: Student Court Team II,
Ill, Hall Monitor III, G.A.A. I, Il, III,
Aqua Show I, Il, III
cALNoN, JOHN: B Football in
CANFIELD, DIANE: History Club IV, Busi-
ness Club IV, G.A.A.
CANNIZZO, LANI: Cross Country III, IV.
CANNON, LINDA: G.A.A. I, II, III, IV,
Student Court IV, Tau Rho Kappa, I, II,
III, Spanish Club II
CARDEN, MICHAEL: Hall Monitor IV
CARNEY, SYBIL: Yearbook Business Editor
IV, Student Court IV, Honor Society III,
IV, Tau Rho Kappa III, IV
CARR, CAROLYN: Glee Club Il, III, G.A.A.
CARR, LESTER: Girls' League Cabinet IV,
Tau Rho Kappa III, Freshmen Girls'
League Council I, Spanish Club I, II
CARROLL, DAVE: Student Council, Swim
Team, Student Advisory Committee,
CARTER, COLLEEN: Bible Club I, Il, III,
IV, Business Club IV
CHENEY, JAN: Business Club IV, Aqua
CHILDERS, LINDA: Class Vice President I,
Spanish Club I, II, III, IV, Service Club
CHISHOLM, ANN: Service Club IV, Busi-
ness Club Vice President IV
CHRISTENSEN, RONALD: F.F.A. I, Il, III
COLEMAN, SANDRA: Aqua Show I, Il, Ill,
IV, Dance Assembly II, III, IV, Student
Court III, IV, G.A.A. I
COUCH, MERLIN: Girls' League Cabinet
Treasurer III, IV, Senior Play IV, Rally
Committee IV, Sailing Club Vice Com-
modore II, Ill, IV
COX, DICK: Football I, II, Ill, IV
COZAD, DENNIS: Bible Club I, Il
CRANE, MARGARET: Class Treasurer II,
G.A.A. I, Il, III, IV, Girls' League Cabi-
net IV, Hall Monitor
CRAWFORD, BARRY: Student Court Team
CRISSELL, LEE: Tennis I, II, III, IV, Honor
Roll I, II, IV, Sailing Club I, II, III, IV
CROSSLEY, DORIS: Spanish Club III, Tau
Rho Kappa III, Aqua Show IV
DALEBOUT, DENNIS: Football II, III, IV,
Hi-Tars III, IV, Track Il, Student Court
DALLAS, TERRY: Swim Team I, II, III, IV,
Galleon Sports Editor II, III, IV, Amer-
ican Field Service Committee IV, Honor
Roll, I, II, III, IV
DALTON, CHARLOTTE: orchssfm ll, ln, lv,
G.A.A. II, III, IV, Spanish Club, Aqua
DANIEL, CAROLYN: Student Body Treasur-
er IV, Junior Class Treasurer IV, G.A.A.
Cabinet I, Student Council III
DAVIS, MARCIA: Tri Sigma IV, Aqua
Show, Honor Society I, II, III, IV, Ameri-
can Field Service Committee IV
DAVIS, MARY LEE: Aqua Show I, Il, III,
G.A.A. I, Il, Ill, Spanish Club III
DEEM, GARY: Football II, III, IV, Honor
Society I, II, III, IV, Concert Band I, II,
Ill, IV, Student Court III, IV
DELPHINO, MARY: Bible Club President
IV, Honor Society III, IV, Theta Beta
Kappa IV, Spanish Club Ill
DINGER, GEORGIA: History Club IV, Fash-
ion Show III, Business Club IV, Home-
making Lab. Assistant IV
DIXON, JUDIE: Hall Committee IV, Girls'
League Cabinet I, G.A.A. II.
DORKIN, BARBARA: G.A.A. Ill, IV, Honor
Roll, I, II, III, IV, Tri Sigma III, IV, Band
I, Il, III, IV
DOUGLAS, NANCY: Theta Beta Kappa
DUDLEY, MARY: Larkettes ll, III, IV, Melo-
dists II, III, IV, Biology Club III, IV, Tau
Rho Kappa Il, III
ELFORD, BRENDA: Aqua Show I, Spring
Show II, Christmas Play II, Business
ELLINGWOOD, BARBARA: Bible Club II,
Student Council Il, Ill, Business Club IV
ELLIS, DAN: Proiectionist I, ll, Cross Coun-
try Ill, Radio Club Ill, Hall Monitor IV
ELMER, CAROL: Chorus Ill, IV, Christmas
Program III, IV
EMMES, DAVID: Cheerleader IV, Senior
Play IV, Rally Committee IV, Student
FARQUHAR, JOAN: Student Court Secre-
tary IV, Honor Roll I, Il, III, IV, Aqua
Show I, II, Ill, IV, Hall Committee I,
ll, III, IV
FARWELL, CHUCK: Swimming, Spanish
FEATHERSTON, DIANNE: Girls' League
Cabinet, Senior Play IV, Rally Commit-
tee Secretary IV, Student Court III, IV
FEINSTEIN, DAVE: Band IV
FENLEY, DICK: Student Court Team III
FERRY, HENRY: B Football I, Student
Court IV, Senior Play IV, Engineer's
FEWELL, JEANETTE: Librarian III, IV, Bible
Club II, III, IV
FITZGERALD, KATIE: G.A.A. I, II, III, IV,
Tau Rho Kappa II, III, IV, Chorus I, II,
III, Service Club II, III, IV
FLEEMAN, RAY: Track I, II, III, IV, C Foot-
ball I, Hall Committee IV, Student Court
FLOREN, RONALD: Radio Shop Assistant
I, II, III
FREDRICKSON, DELVIN: Track I, II, III,
Engineers' Club I, II, III, Cross Country
FREITAS, CHARLENE: Business Club IV,
Librarian II, Ill, Fashion Show III, Office
FROST, MARTIN: Concert Band I, II, III,
IV, Track Ill, IV
GENTOSI, CLAUDIA: G.A.A. Cabinet, Vice
President IV, Manager III, Tri Sigma,
French Club I, II, III, IV
GIFFORD, DAVID: Honor Society III, IV,
Engineer's Club III, IV, Lab Assistant IV,
Spanish Club III
GLASGOW, FRANK: Concert Band I, II,
III, IV, Proiectionist III
GOULD, SALLY: Galleon Staff IV, Ameri-
can Field Service Committee IV, Senior
Play IV, Aqua Show IV
GRAHAM, HOWARD WAYNE: Poster Club
I, II, III, School Play Productions II, IV,
Ceramics Assistant III
GRAMS, ELEANOR ANN: Senior Play -
Student Director IV, Galley II, III, IV,
Biology Club III, Christmas Program IV
GRAVES, VELMA: Chorus, Acapella Choir
III, Theta Beta Kappa III, Service Club
GREEN, CAROLYN: Cheer Leader IV, Rally
Committee IV, Senior Homecoming Prin-
cess IV, Spanish Club II, IV
GREEN, DARLENE LOUISE: Carousel III,
Senior Play IV, Larkettes IV, Service
Club I, ll, III
GREEN, GARY: Basketball II, Varsity III,
IV, Baseball Il, Varsity III, IV, Hall
GRIEWE, KEN: Future Farmers I, Il, Ill,
GRUWELL, WENDY KAY: G.A.A. I, II,
P. E. Manager IV, Home Making Lab.
Assistant IV, Aqua Show I, II, III
HACKER, ROBIN: Aqua Show III, IV, Golf
Club Il, Nurses' Assistant IV
HAMMOND, BARBARA: Honor Roll I, II,
III, IV, Melodists Il, III, IV, Tri Sigma
IV, Student Court Team III, IV
HAND, JERRY: Concert Band I, II, III, IV,
Honor Society II, III, IV, Spanish Club
IV, Track IV
HANSEN, LARRY: Track III, IV, Cross Coun-
HART, HELEN: G.A.A. I, n, ul, iv, Span-
ish Club IV, Service Club I, II, III, IV,
Dance Assembly II, III, IV
HART, LEON: Football I, II, Biology Club
III, Proiectionist IV
HASKELL, CHARLES lMickeyJ: Class Presi-
dent III, Honor Society President III,
A.F.S. Boys' Chairman IV, Varsity Ten-
nis II, III, IV.
HATCH, WILLIAM: Student Court I, ll
HAWKS, DIANE: Spring Show II, III, Busi-
ness Club IV, G.A.A. II, III, Acapella
HAWORTH, GARY: B Basketball I
HAYES, BILL: Basketball I, II, Football I,
Student Court, Hall Committee
HAYES, TACCOA ANN: Tri Sigma, Vice
President IV, Softball Manager G.A.A.
III, Spring Show I, II, III, IV, Freshman
Girls' League Cabinet I
HAYWARD, RON: D Basketball I, C Bas-
HAZLETT, JOHN: Cross Country IV, Track
IV, Student Court, Senior Play IV.
HEIKES, PETE: Football Jr. Var. III, Var-
sity IV, Baseball Jr. Var. III, Varsity IV.
HENDERSHOT, ROBERT: C.A.S.C. Repre-
sentative IV, Varsity Football, Basketball
I, Il, III, IV, Track I, II, III, IV.
HENDRICKS, LAURIE: Girls' League Pres.
IV, Girls' League Sec. III, American
Field Service Committee II, III, IV, Hon-
or Society I, Il, IV.
HENNINGS, NANCY: G.A.A. I, II, III, IV,
Honor Society II, III, IV, Service Club
III, IV, Spanish Club II, III.
HENROTIN, JOHN: Student Body President
IV, Varsity Basketball IV, Board of Con-
trol I, II, Ill, Honor Roll I, Il, III.
HESS, NORMAN: Honor Roll I, II, III, IV,
Student Court I, II, Ill, IV, Engineer's
Club III, IV, American Field Service
HICKEY, JO ANNE: Service Club IV, Busi-
ness Club IV, G.A.A. IV.
HILBERT, GERALD W.: Honor Society I,
III, IV, Student Court II, III, IV, Band
I, II, III, Cross Country IV.
HILL, HENRY: Honor Society II, III, IV,
Swimming I, Il, III, IV, History Club
III, IV, Engineer's IV.
HILL, ROBIN MARIE: Flotsam and Jetsam
Editor, Honor Society I, II, III, IV, Tau
Pho Kappa II, III, Vice President IV,
Tri Sigma III, IV.
HILLIARD, HARRY: Cross Country I, II, III,
Captain IV, Track I, II, III, IV, Hi-Tar's
IV, F.F.A. I, II, III.
HIRTH, TED: Hall Monitor Capt. III: Stu-
dent Court IV, Student Council IV, En-
gineer's Club III, IV.
HOFMANN, CATHERINE: Honor Society
II, III, IV, Tri Sigma III, IV, G.A.A. I,
II, III, IV, Service Club I, II, III, IV.
HOGLAND, LEROY: Galleon Advertising
Ill, IV, Spanish Club I, ll, Ill, IV, Stu-
dent Court III, IV, Biology Club II, IV.
HOOD, GEORGE: Cross Country Jr. Var.
ll, Varsity Ill, IV, Track Il, Ill, IV, Foot-
ball II, III, Hi-Tars III, IV.
HOUSTON, TOM: Basketball I, II, III, IV,
Track I, II, Hall Monitor III, IV, Drama
HOWALD, WALT: Board of Control IV,
Honor Society II, III, Football II, III,
Senior Play IV.
HOWARD, JOE: Honor Society I, III, IV,
Engineer's Club IV, School Paper Ad-
vertising Manager I.
HUBBARD, GENE: Varsity Football II, III,
IV, Basketball II, III, IV, Baseball I, II,
IV. Hi-Tars Ill, IV.
HUBER, JOHN: Swimming I, II, III, Stamp
HUDSON, LINDA JAN: Sailing Club II,
III, IV, Spanish Club II, III, Aqua Show
I, II, Ill, G.A.A. I, Il, Ill, IV.
HUGO, GARY ALAN: Theta Beta Kappa
III, IV, Galleon Ad Staff I, II, III, IV,
Chess Club IV.
HURNDALL, JULIE: Sailing Club II, III,
Treasurer IV, Honor Society I, II, III,
Student Court ll, III, IV, Senior Play.
HUYCKE, PETER: Honor Roll I, II, III, IV,
Tennis I, II, Galleon Staff III, IV, French
Club III, IV.
JARVIS, SAM: Football III, IV, Sailing
Club IV, Engineer's Club IV, Student
JEWETT, BARBARA: Aqua Show II, Ill,
Service Club, Hall Committee.
JOHNSON, MIKE: Cheerleader IV, Spanish
Club III, IV, Rally Committee IV, Stu-
dent Court III, IV.
JORDAN, JOHN: B Football II, Galleon
KABIS, BILL: Marching Band II, III, IV,
Track Manager I, Radio Club III, Latin
Club I, Il.
KALLAWAY, HAROLD: Basketball, Hall
Committee, Rally Committee, Freshman
KANOLD, ALBERTA: Biology Club III, IV,
Business Club IV, Service Club IV, His-
tory Club II, IV.
KEELING, BRENDA: Drama I, II, III, IV,
Senior Play, Dance III.
KELL, KATHIE: Student Court Team IV,
Galleon Adv. Staff IV, Tau Rho Kappa
IV, Service Club III, IV.
KELSO, GRAY: Swimming, Tennis, Student
KEMPER, JERRY: Basketball I, II, III, Jr.
Var., IV Varsity.
KILIUS, JOAN: Flag Twirler IV, Aqua
Show III, IV, Christmas Program III,
IV, Hostess Committee IV.
KIMBLE, DON: Honor Society II, Radio
KING, STEPHEN A.: Student Court Ill,
Stage Crew II, III, Rifle Club II, En-
gineer's Club IV.
KINGSLEY, PAT: Tau Rho Kappa IV, Iota
Rho Gamma III, IV, Student Court IV,
American Field Service Committee IV.
KNAPP, PATRICIA: Student Court Captain
IV, Student Council Secretary III, March-
ing Band I, II, III, American Field Ser-
KNIGHT, ROBERT: Photography Staff III.
KNIGHTEN, VIRGINIA: Fashion Show II,
III, IV, Home Economics Assistant ll,
III, IV, Dance Assembly II.
KOREN, RONALD: Chanters IV, B Football
IV, Christmas Program.
KORNILOV, ELENA: Tau Rho Kappa III,
IV, Biology Club III, IV, Student Court
Team IV, Uniform Checker III, IV.
KRAMER, CHARLES: Honor Society II, III,
IV, B Football Manager I, II, III, IV,
Spanish Club I, II, Rally Committee.
KUHRY, TOM: Football II, Orchestra I, II,
III, Acapella Chorus I, Hall Monitor II
LACEFIELD, KAY: Galleon Staff IV, Spring
Show, Aqua Show, Christmas Play Il.
LAMB, JANE: Chorus Il.
LANGJAHR, BILL: Swimming Team l, II,
LARDNER, ANN: C.A.S.A. Membership
Secretary, Tau Rho Kappa I, II, III,
President IV, Americqn Field Service
Committee, Tri Sigma III, IV.
LARsoN, BARBARA: Junior Red cmsl I,
Library Club II, Business,CIub III, IV.
LAWSON, NORMAN: Sailing Club I, II,
III, IV, Hall Committee III, Chorus I.
LEE, DICK: B Football II, Student Court IV,
Lab. Assistant III, Chorus I.
LEWIS, JOHN: Basketball II, III, IV, Swim-
ming I, II, III, IV, Senior Play IV, Stu-
dent Court II, IV.
LEWIS, NANCY: French Club ll, Ill, Tau
Rho Kappa ll, III, G.A.A. I, II, Biology
LIEB, JODY: Secretary Student Body IV,
Honor Roll I, II, III, IV, Class Officer
I, ll, III, Flag Twirler IV.
LILLYWHITE, ANN: Pep Club I, II, Biology
Club Ill, Dance Committee I, II.
LINDERMAN, JIM: Football I, Swimming
Il, Ill, IV, Sailing Club II, Ill, Hall Com-
LINKLATER, JUDITH ANN: G.A.A. Cabinet
IV, Student Court IV, Honor Society Il,
III, IV, Tau Rho Kappa Ill, IV.
LITTELL, BOB: Hall Monitor, Student Court.
LOPEZ, LEONARD: Football I, Ill, Track
Il, III, IV, Basketball I, III, Student
Council I, II.
LOWE, PENNY: Aqua Show I, Il, III, IV,
Chorus I, Il, III, G.A.A. I, Il, III, Service
LUDI, DE ANNE: G.A.A. I, Aqua Show I,
Spanish Club I, Il, III.
LUND, BEVERLY: Drum Maiorette III, IV,
Rally Committee President III, IV, Band
I, Il, III, IV, Honor Society I, II, III.
MABERRY, WENDELL: Student Advisory
Council I, Hall Monitor II, Chorus II.
MACCUBBIN, JAMES E.: Spanish Club
Ill, Track III, Rooters Club Il, ROTC -
MADISON, MARILYN: Business Club III, IV,
P.E. Office Assistant IV, Aqua Show I,
ll, Tau Rho Kappa I.
MANDELL, BILL: Carousel III, Track III,
MANG, MICHAEL: Tennis II, III, IV, Honor
Society Il, III, IV, Football B II, Basket-
ball Manager I, II.
MANN, SHARON: G.A.A. I, ll, III.
MARTIN, DALE: Football Varsity III, IV,
Track Varsity Ill, IV.
MAYO, SKIP: Junior-Senior Play INotre
Dagne Highl, Band I, Il, Ill, Skin Diving
McAHREN, KATHLEEN: Student Court, Tau
,. Rho Kappa ,l, Il, IV, Prom Committee,
Girls' League Hostess Committee.
McBRIDE, JAMES: Bugler lArmy-Navy
Aifademyl, Marching Band II, III, Wrestl-
ing Team, Student Court IV.
McCANDLISH, DONALD GENE: Student
Court Team IV.
McCARTHY, SUSAN: Student Court III, IV,
Usherettes ll, III, Service Club Secretary-
Treasurer ll, III, IV, G.A.A. I, Il, III, IV.
MCCLELLAND, ANITA: Spanish Club I, II,
III, Usherettes II, III, G.A.A. I, II, III,
IV, Honor Society III.
McCLELLAN, BARBARA: Cheer Leader II,
III, Iota Rho Gamma.
McCOY, JAMES L.: Biology Club Vice
President III, IV, Honor Society III, IV,
French Club Ill.
McFARLAND, LYNN: Class Officer III, IV,
Girls' League Representative III, Student
Council I, II, III, Student Court II, III,
McRAE, GERALD: Engineer's Club IV, Phy-
siology Club I, u, nl, rv, Band I.
MIKA, JAY: B Football II, III, Hall Monitor
MILBURN, WM. PATRICK: Biology Club ll,
III, President IV, Honor Society III, IV,
Iota Rho Gamma IV.
MILUM, PHYLLIS: Tri Sigma IV, Student
Court II, IV, G.A.A. Cabinet IV, Senior
MILLER, LINDA JO: G.A.A. I, II, III, IV,
Aqua Show III, IV, Cherry Pie Contest
MOORES, BEVERLY GAIL: Hall Monitor
III, IV, Aqua Show III, IV, Lab. Assist-
ant IV, G.A.A. Il.
MORELAND, EVELYN: G.A.A. I,II, Aqua
MORITZ, ROD: Stage Lighting I, Il, III.
MORRISON, GLENN: C Track II, Ill, C
Football III, Hall Monitor IV.
MORRISON, MARGARET: G.A.A. II, Ill,
Fashion Shows ll, IV, Hall Duty IV,
French Club II.
MOSER, RUTH ANN: Tau Rho Kappa Il,
III, IV, Bible Club II, III, IV, Honor
Society ll, III, Spanish Club Il, Ill.
MORGAN NAOMI: Student Court, I, II,
Ill, IV, G.A.A. Cabinet IV, Honor So-
ciety IV, Tau Rho Kappa I, II, III, IV.
NEALY, JUDI: Chorus IV, Christmas Play
IV, Dance I.
NELSON, JOHN: Poster Club I, Basketball
NEWBURY, JACK: Track I, II, III, IV.
NIEMIEC, JAN: Hall Monitor IV, Basket-
ball Manager IV.
OWEN, NANCY: Service Club II, III, IV,
Business Club III, IV, Cafeteria Assist-
ant lll, IV.
PAFF, LYELL: Proiectionist IV, Woodshop
PALAFERRI, RICH: Cheer Leader II, Basket-
ball Varsity, Hall Monitor, Track I, II.
PAPKE, JOAN: Tau Rho Kappa, Glrls'
League Oakland, H-ll Honor Club.
PATTERSON, JOAN: G.A.A., Bible Club I,
IV, Fashion Show ll, III, Business Club
PAULEY, HARLAN: B Football I, II, Ill,
PESENTI, GEORGE: Radio Club III.
PETERSON, HOWARD: Swimming I, II,
III, Student Court III, Hall Committee
PIPER, BETTY: G.A.A. I, II, III, IV, Fash-
ion Show I, II, III, IV, Tau Rho Kappa
Il, III, IV, Home Economics Laboratory
PIRTLE, DEWAYNE: Bible Club I, Il.
POMEROY, VAN: Senior Class President,
Varsity Football III, Student Council
President IV, J.V. Football Il.
POPE, EDDIE: Varsity Basketball II, III,
IV, Rally Committee, Prom Committee.
PUTMAN, CAROLE: Cheer Leader ll, Ill,
Junior Play III, Band III, Pep Club II,
RANDALL, WADE: Basketball I, Il, III, IV,
Football I, Tennis III, Hall Committee Il.
RAY, RUTH: G.A.A. I, II, III, IV, Business
Club IV, Library Monitor IV.
REDINGTON, DON: Swimming I, II, Ill,
IV, Student Court Head IV, I'Ii-Tars Club
IV, Sailing Club I, II, III, IV.
REED, PEYTON: Swimming I, II, Ill, IV,
Hall Committee II, IV, French Club I,
REGAN, TERRY: Football A Il, III, IV, B-I,
President Engineer's Club IV, Track I,
REICH, TERRY NAN: Tri Sigma III, IV,
Dance Manager IV, Larkette President
IV, Spring Show II, Ill, IV.
RENAKER, SUSAN: Larkettes III, IV, Honor
Society III, IV, French Club III, Student
REYNOLDS, NANETTE: Girls' League Cab-
inet III, IV, Uniform Court, Student
Court, Girls' League Council I.
RICE, BOB: Track Il, III, IV, Football Il,
III, Cross Country III.
RICHTER, GRETCHEN: Service Club III,
Tau Rho Kappa III, Nurse Assistant II,
G.A.A. I, II, III.
RILEY, PAT: Student Court III, IV, Spring
Show III, G.A.A. I, II, Flagtwirler IV.
RIOU, ANDRE: French Club l, II, III, Cross
Country ll, III, IV, Track ll, III, IV.
ROBERTS, JESSICA: Galleon Assist. Editor
III, Aqua Show I, Il, III, IV, Student
RODMAN, BILL: Spanish Club Il, III, IV,
Rowing Club Il, III, IV.
ST. CLAIR, RON: Stage Lighting Il, III, IV,
Drama IV, Senior Play.
SANDERS, DIANA: Galleon Adv. Staff IV,
Tri Sigma Ill, IV, Honor Society I, ll,
III, IV, G.A.A.
SAUTER, JUDITH: Band I, II, III, IV, Sen-
ior Play IV, Honor Society II, III, Span-
ish Club II, III.
SCHAFFNER, HOWARD: Art Club, Baseball
SCHMOYER, HERB: Orchestra II, III, IV,
Stamp Club I.
SCHONES, STAN: Football I, II, Ill, IV,
Baseball I, ll, Student Court Il.
SCHWAN, LARRY: Biology Club ll, ln, lv,
French Club, Ill, IV.
SCRUGGS, LARRY: F.F.A. I, II, Ill, IV, Bi-
ble Club I, ll.
SEELEY, CONSTANCE JOAN: Yearbook
Editor IV, Honor Roll I, ll, III, IV, Stu-
dent Court Team Ill, Dance Assembly
SHAFER, BOB: F.F.A. I, Il, III, IV, Football
B I, Varsity II, Ill, IV, Varsity Track II.
SHAFER, JERRY: B Football Il, Captain Ill,
Future Farmers Officer, Track A and B.
SHANNON, BETTY: G.A.A. Cabinet IV,
G.A.A. I, II, III, IV, Chorus IV, Usher-
ettes ll, Ill.
SHOOTER, MARILYN: Theta Beta Kappa IV,
Beacon Staff IV, Bible Club III, Service
Club Il, III.
SHORE, JAY: Student Court IV, Track I,
SMITH, HOWARD H.: Cross Country II,
Track II, Ill, Poster Contest III.
SMITH, MELINDA: History Club IV, Ameri-
can Field Service Committee, Spanish
Club, Aqua Show.
SMITH, ROBERTA LUCILLE: Galley Worker
I, Il, Nurses' Assistant III, Theta Beta
Kappa IV, Nurses' Club IV.
STAFFORD, SHIRLEY: G.A.A. I, II, lll, IV,
Student Court I, Il, III, IV, Ralley Com-
mittee IV, Hostess Committee ll, III, IV.
STANGE, KRISTINA: A.F.S. Exchange Stu-
dent, Iota Rho Gamma IV, Art Club IV,
Sailing Club IV.
STANLEY, BETH: Student Court Team II,
III, IV, G.A.A. I, ll, III, IV, Spanish
Club I, II, Ill, Senior Play.
STAREGE, CHARNETH: Tri Sigma President
IV, Homecoming Princess and Queen II,
IV, Prom Committee Ill, Aqua Show I,
Il, III, IV.
STEGMAN, HENRY: Phy Lamba Club,
STELL, JACQUELINE: Theta Beta Kappa.
SUTHERLAND, JUDITH: G.A.A. I, Il, III,
IV, Student Court III, IV, Spanish Club
III, IV, Iota Rho Gamma IV.
SWANSON, DIANE: G.A.A.' I, ll, III, IV,
Student Court Team II, III, IV, Aqua
Show I, II, III, Spanish Club I, Il, III,
TALSTRA, CAROL: G.A.A. Cabinet Sec. IV,
Girls' League Cabinet I, Tri Sigma I, II,
Student Court I, II.
TAYLOR, JILL: Aqua Show I, II, ll, IV,
Service Club ll, III, Galleon Advertising
Staff IV, G.A.A. I, ll, III, IV.
TAYLOR, RICHARD L.: Student Court IV,
Hall Monitor IV, Chorus Ill, Senior Play
THOMAS, HENRY P.: B Football I.
THOMPSON, GEORGE: Football Varsity
III, IV, Baseball, Varsity II, Ill, IV, Class
President I, II, Hi-Tars.
THOMPSON, MARGIE: G.A.A. I, ll, Theta
THORNE, RON: Football III, IV, Baseball
I, Radio Club I, Il, Engineer's Club III.
THRONSON, RON: Swimming Team I, Il,
IlI', Galleon Staff II, Science Club Il.
TINKER, JERRY: Drama Activities IV, Stu-
dent Council ll, Beacon Editor-in-Chief
TONNE, DIANE: Chorus I, II, Ill, IV, Span-
ish Club I, II, Hall Monitor IV, Business
TONNE, ELLEN: Hostess Committee I, Aqua
Show II, IV, Tau Rho Kappa Ill, IV,
Dance Assembly III.
TORRANCE, DANA: Senior Play, Tau Rho
Kappa Secretary I, II, III, IV, G.A.A.
I, II, Ill, Service Club. V
TRAUTWEIN, WANDA: Maiorette II, III,
IV, Senior Play IV, P.E. Manager IV,
French Club I, Il, Ill, IV.
TROOIEN, DIANE: Feature Editor, Harbor
Beacon IV, Honor Society ll, Ill, IV,
French Club ll, Ill, IV, Office Practice
TURNER, BOB: Football I, ll, IV, Hall
TUTTLE, CAROLYN PATRICIA: Student
Court Captain IV, Student Court Il, Ill,
Aqua Show I, Il, III.
VANDERVORT, CHARLES: Student Body
Vice President IV, Varsity Football ll,
III, IV, Honor Roll, I, Il, III, IV, Varsity
Baseball III, IV.
VAUGHN, DAVID: Band I, ll, III, President
IV, Honor Society II, III, IV, Football
Il, III, IV, Student Court IV.
VINEYARD, BETTY: Hall Monitor II, IV,
Chorus IV, Librarian IV, Business Club
VINZANT, JO ANN: Business Club Ill, IV,
Hall Monitor ll, Captain IV, Aqua Show
II, III, IV, Office Practice IV.
VON EHRENBERG, ADRIENNE: Uniform
Checker I, IV, Aqua Show IV, Galleon
Advertising Staff III, Service Club I, II.
WADE, OREN: Swimming II, Ill, IV, Honor
Roll ll, Ill, IV, Drama I, IV, Sailing
Club Officer fCommodoreJ ll, III, IV.
WAGGONER, JOAN: Student Court III,
IV, Galleon Advertising Staff II, Ill,
Senior Play, Tau Rho Kappa II, III, IV.
WAGNER, KAREN: Senior Class Secretary,
Girls' League Cabinet, Student Court ll,
III, IV, Student Council I, Il.
WALTERS, JAMES H.: Football I, ll, Band
I, II, Ill, IV.
WEBSTER, JERRY DEAN: Football II, III,
Track II, Tri Sigma Ill, Fashion Show II.
WELLES, JOHN: Hall Monitor Ill, IV.
WHITAKER, JERRY: Cheer Leader IV, Rally
Committee III, IV, Swimming I, II, III,
IV, Football ll, III.
WILLIAMS, DON: Track II, III, IV, Student
Court Member III, IV, F.F.A. Officer
WILLIAMSON, MARIANNE: Honor Society
lll, IV, Business Club Secretary III, IV,
Service Club II, Ill, Spanish Club II.
WILLSEY, LYNDA: G.A.A. I, II, Biology
WILSON, NADA: Business Club, G.A.A.,
Fashion Show Il, III.
WILSON, NANCY: Student Council IV,
Business Club IV, G.A.A. lfucson High
WINTERS, PHILLIS: G.A.A. I, Il, Home-
making Assistant IV, Gym Manager III,
WHITE, EDWARD RUSSEL: B. Basketball
II, Jr. Varsity Baseball III.
WHITEHURST, PAT: Aqua Show III, IV,
Gym Manager IV.
WOLFE, DIANA: French Club Ill, IV, Tau
Rho Kappa IV, Service Club Vice Presi-
dent IV, Aqua Show Ill, IV.
WORTHINGTON, JUDEEN: G.A.A. IV, Ser-
vice Club IV.
YEISLEY, DAVID: Track B I, Varsity Il, Ill,
ZWIEBEL, ROD: Track Il, III, IV, Swimming
II, Student Court I, II, Hall Committee
OBLIGATION TO YOUTH
lt is today's obligation to each coming generation
to so firmly build the economic stability of our
community that each child ol' tomorrow is offered
The Newport Balboa Savings and Loan Association
is cognizant of this responsibility. We zealously
guide our efforts toward the prosperous development
of Orange County and especially the Newport Har-
bor - Costa Mesa area. We aim to help make this
the land of opportunity.
lneidentally thousands of homes here have been
financed by us with the funds of 8500 investors, to
whom in excess of 5800000.00 has been paid in
dividends in 1956 alone.
A savings account with us that pays 494 per annum
can be your opportunity too. Accounts up to Sl0,000
insured by an agency of the United States Govern-
NEWPORT BALBOA SAVI NGS
AND lOAN ASSOCIATION
P. A, Palmer, Preudcnl
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At the beautifully arranged cosmetic counter at Vincent's in Corona del Mar, Linda and Patty are shopping
for a birthday gift. Suzy and Diane are at Vincent's of Lido, waiting for a prescription to be filled from the
complete pharmaceutical department.
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All the kids at Harbor agree that lunch just wouldn't be fun at all without the ice cream and milk products
supplied to us by Excelsior Creamery, located in Santa Ana at 926 East First Street. Phone Kimberly 2-3531.
Shirley and Kathy are looking over the wide
Kay and Tom are depositing their weekly
variety of flowers and plants at Hollister allowance at the California Bank, 3435 E.
Bros. Nursery, 1969 Harbor Blvd. in Costa
Coast Highway in Corona del Mar. You too,
can prepare for the future as they do, by
opening an account.
Loading up their shopping basket with good
things to eat, Ellen and Chip are going to
fill that empty refrigerator at home. They
agree the best food shopping is at the
Balboa Market, 608 E. Balboa Blvd.
Looking at some of the auto equipment at
Beacon Auto Supply, Mary Jo and Kitty are
even more confused by the mechanics of a
car, but they know their cars will be kept
in tip-top condition with reliable parts from
Beacon Auto Supplies, 476-480 N. Newport
Blvd. in Newport Beach.
TOPS IN SCHOOL CLOTHING
O E D T S TO Q E
3321 E. Coast Highway 0 CORONA DEL MAR
Telephone: Harbor 2441
F. P. WALDRON COMPANY
REAL ESTATE COMPLETE Home
308 Marine Ave.
2620 W. Coast Highway
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
AT BALBOA coves
3945 West Coast Hwy.
Kmrs oun srecmrv
Next to Bank
605 E. Balboa
At Lido Toyland, 3442 Via Lido, Mary Jo
and Judie are displaying some of the dar-
ling toys available. Here, there is a wide
variety of stuffed animals, games, dolls and
other toys for children of all ages.
BRAGG5 "Miss MUFFETT sHoPPE
2737 East Coast Highway
Corona del Mar, Calif.
Lowell and Kay are admiring one of the
many attractive record players to be found
at Davis-Brown. Davis-Brown now have
two locations, one at 1885 Harbor Blvd. and
a new one at 835 W. 19th St. in the Vista
3523 E. Coast Highway
CORONA DEL MAR
Fashionwise in ChiIdren's Eyes'
2731 E. Coast Highway
CORONA DEL MAR
' CORONA DEL MAR
Unusual Jewelry and Gifts
I THE JEWEL BOX
2515 E. Coast Highway ANTHONY'S
3401 E. Coast Highway
WATCHES - DIAMONDS
WATCH REpAlR CORONA DEL MAR
STUART H. PRICE
MEN's AND BOY'S WEAR
1808 Newport Blvd.
MEARS CAMERA SHOP
1782 Newport Blvd.
Photo and Model
THEODORE ROBINS HAROLD'S
Your Ford Dealer Since 1921
1670 Newport Blvd.
3100 West Coast Highway
NEWPORT BEACH COSTA MESA
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS
OF JUNE '57 FROM
Build your meals around Carr's Fine Meat
Products which are served at Harbor's cafe-
teria and galleys. Drop by their market at
1741 Newport Avenue to prepare for dinner
tonight, as Syb and Martin are doing.
This beautiful portrait of Karen Wagner is
an example of the fine work done by John
C. Hellyer, 3424 Via Oporto.
DICK MACKER'S INTERIORS MABERRY'S
DRAPERIES GYM SHOES
UPHOLSTERY 1890 Harbor Blvd.
One of Lido Shops COSTA MESA
S 81 H Green Stamps
JERI'S MAX W. POPE
Dress and Sportswear
Teenage Girls and Fellas 1908 Harbor Blvd'
3405 Newport Blvd. COSTA MESA
NEWPORT BEACH Llberty 8-1142
OFFICE EQUIPMENT - STATIONERS - PRINTERS
3430 Via Lido NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. Harbor 4588
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lt looks as though Syb and Kay are going to take outa new savings account. Here they are looking at a
passbook at Costa Mesa Savings and Loan Association, 1872 Newport Boulevard.
Charlie and Dennis visit Hoyt's Harbor Engraving Co., 644 W. l7th St., Costa Mesa, engravers of the Galleon
for the past eleven years. Here Mr. Hoyt explains one of the processes of modern engraving.
At U. S. National Bank, Harbor students can use modern banking methods in handling their funds. Walt
looks on as Kay takes out a new checking account. This bank is conveniently located at the corner of
Newport and Harbor Boulevards in Costa Mesa.
In the delicatessen of Richard's Lido Market, Margie and Jo Anne browse among the tantalizing rare and
imported foods. For cool and easy shopping it is Richard's, Newport's most complete market.
Jill is looking happily on as Leroy pours o
creamy thick malt for her. Malts are only
one of the many delicious treats in store
for you at Bud's Drive-ln, 2698 Newport
Boulevard in Costa Mesa.
1782 Newport Boulevard
COSTA MESA, CALIFORNIA
RElNERT'S DEPT. STORE
1816 Newport Blvd. 303 Main Street
COSTA MESA BALBOA
THE KNITTING BAG McDONALD PAINT
113 E. 18th Street
COSTA MESA 1870 Harbor Boulevard
Yarns - Knit Dresses COSTA MESA
SIZES 1-12 Llberty 8-2602
DIAMONDS - WATCHES
1808 Newport Boulevard -.
ESA Llberty 8-7794
COSTA M 1888 Harbor Boulevard
Llberty 8-2417 COSTA MESA
VISTA DEPT. STORE
815 W. 19th St.
Vista Shopping Center
805 W. 19th St.
Vista Shopping Center
OF AMERICA, Inc.
Roger J. Cunningham
"EVERYTHING A WOMAN
WEARS BUT SHOES"
1833 Newport Boulevard
Barbara and Lonne are selecting some rib
bon from the complete stock carried by
Burnett's Variety Store, 223 E. 17th Street
Burnett's is also the place to go to buy your
Don't Nancy and Dale look casual in their
Ivy League shirts and polished cotton slacks
and bermudas? These outfits and many
more fashions are available at the Beach-
comber Shop, 2701 W. Coast Highway.
HARBOR HEALTH FOODS
353 No. Newport Boulevard
TRADER HORN SHOP
BEST OF LUCK
Freddie 81 Edith
BAMBOO RATTAN "The Prescription Pharmacy"
CORONA DEL MAR
601 E. Balboa Boulevard
3127 East Coast Highway
CORONA DEL MAR, CALIF.
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Q B I ' M 3404 via Lido
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BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS or '57
EARL W. STANLEY
1831 Newport Boulevard
VARIETY STORE SHOPPE
"FABRICS FOR FASHION"
Quality Yardage - Buttons
213 Marine Ave. Patterns - Notions
3337 E. Coast Highway
CORONA DEL MAR
Ladies' and Children's Shoes
716 E. Balboa Blvd.
CIRCUS BOOTERY GUNDERSON DRUG CO.
Mesa Shopping Center
COSTA MESA BALBOA
Looks as though there's some good eatin'
in store for Charneth and John with ice
cream and other goodies from the Market
Spot. For groceries as well as between-meal
snacks, shop at this Balboa Island Market
at 200 Marine Avenue.
coRoNA DEL MAR
1687 Orange Avenue
DIKE 8K COLEGROVE
DEVELOPERS AND BUILDERS
OF QUALITY HOMES
AT REASONABLE PRICES
419 E. 17th Street
BUD'S SALON OF BEAU
3440V1 Via Oporto
In the Lido Shopping Center
HARBOR Bodybuilding GYM
644Vz W. 17th St. COSTA MESA
In the spotlight is Harborite, Terry Ross, a
student at Dorothy Jo Dance Studio in Cor-
ona del Mar. Tap, ballet and ballroom
dancing are specialties taught at Dorothy
Here Carol and Jerry are going to buy o
pair of "go-clheads" at one of Alden's Gift
Shops. Both shops are conveniently located
in the Harbor area, one at 401 Main and
the other ot 600 East Edgewater, Balboa.
GOOD LUCK TO
CLASS OF '57
CORONA DEL MAR
1807 Newport Avenue
Finer Functional Furniture
1990 Harbor Boulevard
SMALL BOATS - WATER SKIS
2537 W. Coast Highway
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
TURNER DRUG CO.
2542 W. Coast Highway
MODERN - MAPLE
CARPETS - APPLIANCES
1865 Harbor Blvd.
COSTA MESA, CALIF.
FEATURING - WHITE sTAG
DIAMONDS - WATCHES
THOMPSON'S GEM BOX
183616 Newport Blvd.
CATALINA - SHIP 'N SHORE COSTA MESA
Exclusive Keepsake Dealer
204 Mflrine Ave- Jewelry - Silverware
BALBOA ISLAND Liberty 8-1313
BAY READY MIX, INC.
711 West 17th Street
P.O. Box 127 COSTA MESA
Best Wishes To The
WARD 81 HARRINGTON
Oren and Norm are admiring one of the
Class of '57
BLANCHE A. GATES
3300 W. Coast Highway
311 Marine Avenue NEWPORT BEACH
P. 0. Box 372 Llbeny 8.3411
In the tool section of Stroot's Hardware fTe-
Winklesl, 18th and Newport Blvd., Kathie
and Lynn are inspecting the merchandise.
Stroot's have the most complete line of
paint, hardware, housewares and gifts in
new "Fiberglass Sea Spray Sailors" at
Newport Marine Supply Co., 2700 W. Coast
Highway. Newport Supply is the place to
go for all your marine hardware.
Congratulations to the
Class of '57
ANDERSON, ANICH and STANLEY
MYRTLE E. DAVY
3432 Via Oporto
349 North Newport Boulevard
ART 81 BILL'S
"Our Tackle Has Fish Appeal"
2633 W. Coast Highway
TAYLOR'S TRIM SHOP
1102 Industrial Way
This picture of our varsity football team is here by compliment of Crawford's Pharmacy, 1804 Newport
Blvd. Crawford's have the necessary bandages, aspirin, iodine and surgical dressings to which the team's
hard-hitting players can readily attest.
For an evening of fun and excitement these Harborites know where to go. At Harbor Roller Rink, 1726
Superior Avenue in Costa Mesa, the kids enioy the good music, smooth floor and fine snack bar.
Enjoying their ride on the Balboa Island Ferry, Sonia, Ray and Sandi, like all smart Harbor students, know
that it is the fastest and most economical way from Balboa Island to Balboa.
HAL DIKE 81 CO.
632 West 17th Street
E. H. THIELE
2515 E. Coast Highway
CORONA DEL MAR
. . 2436 Coast Highway
Lynn may be buying lust car wax at Court-
ney and Lester, 1596 Newport Blvd., Costa NEWPORT BEACH, CAI-IF
Mesa, but she is going to tell her father
about their selection of Goodyear tires and I'IberIY 84728
their reliable auto service.
For Evinrude Motors
and Wizard Boats
1998 Harbor Boulevard
208 Marine Ave.
Liberty 8-2062 Harbor 438
HUTCHEN5 COSTA MESA
OPTICAL COMPANY LUMBER CO-
3341 E. Coast Highway
CORONA DEL MAR
MATERIAL 8- PLYWOOD
GIFTS - COSTUME JEWELRY
HANDBAGS - GREETING CARDS
In the lobby of the
new Lido Building
LYLE A. HOSKIN 8. SON
Water Sports Equipment
SKI AND DIVING GEAR
1220 W. Coast Highway
Barbara and Dennis are inspecting a yacht
which is getting its finishing touches before
launching. This yacht was built by the Sea
craft Division of Rosan Inc 2901 W Coast
Highway, Newport Beach
Shopping for shoes is a pleasure for Marceil
and Syb at David's Florsheim, 'I83'I New-
port Blvd. David's can accommodate even
the hardest to please people with smart
shoes for any occasion.
Who takes all the pictures for the yearbook?
Mr. Zimmer, of course. For portraits and
candids of all school affairs it's Zimmers
237 Obispo Avenue, Long Beach. Phone
Best Wishes to the Class of '57
THE VOGEL COMPANY
' UNITED STATES RUBBER CO.
Santa Ana Plant
Manufacturers US Kaylon Foam
Bw Wishes fo The COMPUMENTS BoARDMAN's MARKET
Class of '57
CQMPLIMENTS of 301 Marine Ave.
CLOTHES HQRSE of CROWN HARDWARE gAL30A ISLAND
CORONA DEL MAR
215 Murine Ave. REGAN BROS. Harbor 317
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2712 W Coast Highway Newport Beach A '92
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at new cars at your new Buick center,
Stansbury Buick, 234 E. l7th St., Costa Mesa.
For fair, fast, friendly service drop in to
Stansbury Buick, or phone Liberty 8-7765.
You will see Terry behind the candy counter
at the Mesa Theatre in Costa Mesa, where
Harbor students go for the latest in movie
entertainment. Another favorite with Har-
borites is the Lido Theatre in Newport
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