North Phoenix High School - Hoofbeats Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)
- Class of 1946
Page 1 of 208
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
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North Phoenix High School
Dottie lou Harrington
Lorna lee Kempton
Nadine Howard '
TITLE PAGE SllHOUETTES
DRY BRUSH DRAWINGS
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0ur campus-we're proud
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sharp, clean, young. Proud
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Carl Iohnson-Pearl Harbor
Tom Miller-Coral Sea
Gerald Iames Garver-Paciiic Ocean
Douglas Bogard-United States
Robert Yates-United States
De Witt Greenhaw--South Paciiic
Henry Oliver-South Pacific
Fred E. Riley-China
Calvin Nelson-South Pacific
Hal Beck-Iwo Iirna
Iames Cole-Bay of Biscay
We're proud of our
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of those of our friends
who will never return to
their alma mater-nor to
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Bill Hardy-South Pacific
Lawrence Iensen-South Pacific
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Marty Humphreys, Nancy Waite, and Malcolm Wharton inspect the new
building project with satisfaction.
This year, 12 cldssroorns were ddded to the Science Build-
inq at Q cost of SSl50,000. Also, cr 365,000 extension to the cafe-
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Although Mr. E. W. Montgomery, Superintendent ot the Phoenix Union
High Schools cmd President ot the lunior College, is very busy with his
numerous dctivities, he dlwdys finds time to lend cr helping hond when
tctculty and students holve problems. No job is too big or no tdsk too greot
for this competent ledder who giddy offers advice cmd encouragement.
"THE RANGE B088
GUIDES THE HERD"
Administering justice with sympgthy ond
objectivity is the duty thot Mr. Loyd C. Elliott,
principorl, hcrs so successfully fulfilled. A guid-
ing hclnd ctt North High, he is olwdys reddy to
listen and offer odvice.
ln the picture obove, Mr. Elliott prepcrres to
recrcl the morning bulletin over the public crd'
At right, he is presiding dt g footbcrll pep
gssembly which was held lcrst foll in the
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The range must be run right, and it takes leaders
to do it. The members of the Board oi Education are the
leaders in the community who realize the need of in-
telligent citizens oi the future.
Much ot the good reputation and advancement oi
our school is due to their guidance and eiiort. '
This Board, which head all the Phoenix secondary
schools, consisting of North Phoenix High School, Phoe-
nix Union High School, Phoenix Technical School, Car-
ver High School, as well as Phoenix Iunior College, is
made up of public-minded citizens who give their ener-
gy to the advancement oi the schools.
SCHOOL BOARD. From left to right: Ray Busey, Mrs. F. A.
Bons, Dr. Trevor G. Browne. Ice T. Melczer. E. W. Mont-
gomery fSupt.l. and Walter R. Strong.
The problems of running a school
are many, but such men and women
as Mr. A. F, Olney, Dr. Charles Bur-
ton, Dr. L. A. Eastburn, and Mrs. lean
Hansen are carrying on Well, giving
the students good guidance for the
future. Mr. Olney, Curriculum Coordi-
nator, has charge of the supervision
of purchasing text books for the
Phoenix High Schools, and promotes
friendly relations between the
schools through various intra-school
activities. Dr. L. A. Eastburn, Director
of Research and Guidance, advises
and helps the students in collecting
the curriculums that will give them
the suitable knowledge and experi-
ence for their vocations of the future.
Mrs. Hansen is the home counselor,
and has done much in addition to
her regular duties in the school and
community by assisting the freshman
in learning about the school.
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A ranch must always have good business man-
agers, and North High islno exception. The business
office is the center of activity throughout the day.
Many representatives from the business world enter
this office first, and thus this office serves as an ex-
ample of North High's grand business efficiency.
Mr. Henry Lowe can often be seen in and out
of the book store and business office, performing
his many duties as business manager of North High.
These activities include everything from taking fees
to selling student's books.
Mrs. Mildred Hill has a very important job as
Mr. E1liott's personal secretary. Letters are typed,
files are kept, questions answered, and visitors wel-
comed by Mrs. Hill.
Mrs. Flora Darland has various assorted jobs.
One of her rnain jobs is assisting the student assist-
ant secretaries at the switch board or stencilling the
daily bulletin and rnimeographing it. The Lost and
Found is a continual job for her, since students are
constantly coming in to inquire about lost articles.
She is always willing to help, though, and is a
friend to all that need her.
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Below: Mr. Henry Lowe. busi-
ness manager, is assisting Diane
Stallcup purchase a book.
Al right above: Mrs. Mildred
Hill, Mr. Elliott's secretary and
Mrs. Flora Darland on the right.
are discussing with Sue Spor-
leader one of the many proiects
which occur during the day.
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Miss Patricia Cumbell tabovel and Mrs.
Mary Westby triqhtl keep things run-
ning smoothly in the reqistrur's oilice.
Below: Roy Larson, Mary Toney. Elaine
Dickey and Sue Sporelecrder checking
with Mrs. Westby.
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Definitely one of the busiest offices ot
North Hiqh is the reqistrotr's office. The
never tiring efforts of Mrs. Mdry Westby
ond Miss Potricio Cormpbell hove mode
it one of utmost efficiency.
Their duties, from 8:00 A. M. until the
end of the school ddy, tolce in the issuinq
of obsence permits, tdrdy excuses, cmd
the never ending tdsk of keeping up to
dote edch students permonent school
record, which is kept on file for future
reference dfter qrdduotion.
The rules thot eoch student is expected
to corry out to the fullest extent ore met
with firmness ds Well ds understdndinq,
ALWAYS LOOKING FORWARD are the studentbody leaders for this year. Vin
Ciruzzi Mary Louise Turner, cmd Harold Dill.
These three had the hopful and determined out-look it took
to make them the grand examples of Western leadership they
proved to be.
Among the list of accomplishments ot the student body of
North High this year, was the continued building of the Mustang
Corral, which took in the collecting ot 33,000 at the end of the
drive. Also drives for the War effort were popular, until the
War ended, then there was a plea for the students to take part
in the all important peace-time construction. This was done
through old clothing drives, packing of Red Cross boxes, and
the collection of suitable literature for less fortunate countries.
It all adds up to the tact that, under the leadership of these
officers, the student body, as a whole, has added one more
page in the progress of a very modern school. Now they are
looking forward to helping build a modern world.
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HONOR COMMITTEE. Front row: Dezember, Robertson, Steiner, Lewis. Spore-
lecxder. Turner. Second row: Dill, Waselewsl-ri, Moran, Grammar, Best, Norton,
ln the Old West, a man's gun and his ability to draw it quickly were the judge and jury,
but here at North High we have self-governing justice through the Honor Court.
The Honor Court is made up of a group of reliable students elected the previous year for
these duties. They strive to uphold the standard of our school by dealing with the students
who are accused of breaking laws of school conduct. This group is composed of six judges,
of which three are seniors, two are juniors, and one a sophomore, with a bailiff and secre-
tary who receive the offices by appointment.
The Honor Committee is a committee made up of members of the executive committee
and the honor court to try to find the causes and remedies of student body problems. Their
work is invaluable to the school, because through their relations with students and teachers,
they are able to analyze the problems.
HONOR COURT: left to
right: Holderby, Mc-
Carty. Norton, Steiner,
Lewis, Troxel, Miss Ad-
ams, Beuman, Spor-
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SERVICE CHAIRMEN: First Row: Porter, Palmer, Kosin, Morris, McCombs, Hess, Westerwick, Iones, Marson, Allen,
Murkell, Long. Second Row: Leathers, Plase, Ferrell, Hawkins, McKesson, McCombs, Edleman, Colyer. Abbott, Ken-
nedy, Bates, Haggard. Third Row: Spitclny, Carter, Pcrnokoke, Beekmen, Spuid, Lee, Chester, Walker, Moss, Bein,
Decker, Van Ess. Petter. Howatt, Cook.
Generosity is supposed to be characteristic of Westerners and the Service Chairmen
help to prove its truth by giving time and Work prodding their homerooms into doing Worth-
One student out of each homeroom is chosen to serve as a service chairman to select a
project for the class to Work on during the semester and to see that it is carried out. Many
homerooms have made Writing port-folios, craft Wagons, ash stands, folding bed trays and
The National lunior Red Cross has asked North Phoenix High School to supply certain
necessary articles for the needy. The home rooms have done an excellent job in this.
Good fellowship is the aim of the Boys' Alliance, and its activities point toward making
the school more friendly, a place Where the old six-shooter may be thrown on the table per-
BOYS ALLIANCE EXECU-
TIVE COMMITTEE: First
Row: Eaton, Mercer, Hill,
Perry. Second Row: Bdhn,
Hull, Randolph, Wasiele.
This year's executive department has proved to be a Very
successful hard-Working group. They have spent numerous
hours planning Red Cross relief drives, book donations to
Russia, and campaigns for the Mustang Corral.
They have set an excellent example, which indicates a
bright future for them and a fine standard to live up to in
coming school years.
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ewski, Watts. Third row: Dezember, Mr. Barney, Dill, Ciruzzi, Williams. Moran, Pedrick, Lewis, Miss Nitzskowski.
STUDENT COUNCIL. Front row: Randolph, Sebree, Goddard, Roberts, Rehidardt, Tumer, Robertson, Heior, Hasse,
Coleman, King, Moran. Seceond row: Kunze, Matz, Beaman, Chrisman, Goodson, Grammar, Bennett, Lewis, Kerr,
Sporleder. Third row: Dill, Reich, Stanhaqen, Pedrick, Benson, Humphries, Prutor, lay, Watts, Rosenberg, Norton, Best.
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MUSTANGE CONGRESS: First Row: Matsumoto, Heity, Cook, McKelvey, Udall, Udall, Sokol, Coker. Mast, McCombs.
Second Row: Siken, Rosenberg, Roberts, Hall, Edwards, Cargill Hdflup. Suter. Wallace, Cardinal. Third Row: Wusiele-
wski, Randolph, Hull, Bohn, Shaw, Prator, Stanhagen, Anger, Icxrvis. Estes, Brice. Martin, Ienninqs.
To this end they have had many undertakings this year-sending Christmas Cards to
former Mustangs overseas, selling bonds and stamps, and many other things.
The Executive board ot the Boys' Alliance is composed of the president, Ed Wasielewskip
vice-president, Victor Randolphg secretary-treasurer, Stanley l-lullg publicity chairman, Louie
Bohn and Bill Eaton, service chairmen, lim Karam and Forest Hill, social chairman, Wally
Perry and Paul Mercer. The legislative body ot the Boys' Alliance, the Mustang Congress,
is made up of representatives from each home room. Faculty advisor ot the organization is
The Mustang Congress, the governing body ot the Boys' Alliance, has Worked this year
with the Girls' League in connection with the Girls' League Vaudeville and with the rest of the
student body in the production ot the All School Play, under the auspices of Miss Howatt and
Clirnaxing this year's activities the Boys' Alliance presented its first annual torrnal ball,
Moonlight and Memories.
GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL. Front row: Spaid, Anthony, Morris. Dohner, Nabers, Morris, Iennings, Carollo, Kellher,
Carson, Hatch, MacDonald, Sellers. Second row: Gilbert. Pursley, Westedwick, Wood, McAllister, Field, McCannles
Wood, KOPP, Brooks, Davis, Cook, McKeen. Third row: Poleeson, Gary, Carter. Lipow, Randolph. Iohnson, Kunze,
Fogal, McElroy, Foster, Hunter, Phillips, Iones, Alexander, Davis, Monroe, Iennings.
One of North High's most Worthy activities is the Girls'
League, the organization through which girls enjoy good works
and good times together. Each girl automatically becomes a
member of the League upon entering school and is expected to
take part in its activities.
The League starts the social season with the gala Blue and
Silver Ball, the dance where Cinderellas ask their Prince Charm-
ings, and a date bureau and used-formal shop are provided so
that no girl need be excluded from the affair.
There are no quilting parties and husking bees, but in the
spring is the Every Girls' dinner, attended by the girls in home-
room groups. Since it is "pot-luck" style, each room decides
its own menu, and decorates its own table.
The "big sister" campaign is not to be forgotten. The lost
and forlorn freshmen are ushered around school by upper-
classmen who explain the functions of North High.
Last, but not least is the Coed Dance, the girl-date-girl dance
where fun is had by all.
Right: Nancy Beaman sings in the
north High Girl's League program for
the Glrl's League Convention last fall.
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tee was first organized in
1942 with a scheme to col-
lect a fund, amounting to
a penny per student en-
rolled, to be used in con-
structing a memorial.
The memorial will bear
names of boys and girls
who lost their lives and, if
space permits, it will also
bear the names of those
The Student Council de-
clared they wanted some-
thing functional rather
than a statute to be
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Heading the Girls'
League this year Were Pat
Griffen, president, Cather-
ine Hill, vice-presidentg
Shirley Smith, secretaryg
and Gyrene Grammer,
treasurer, along with a
representative from each
of the four classes, a rep-
resentative from the uni-
form committee, and the
president of the council,
from the cabinet.
The Girls' League spon-
sors all activities such as
teachers' teas, Welcoming
parties for freshmen,
vaudevilles and Blue and
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The Social Committee
plans bigger and better
"doin's" for the Mustangs.
This year the Social Corn-
mittee has really outdone
itself, and Mustangs have
stomped to Hshindigs ga-
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as its leader, the dress
committee, composed of
girls representing each
class, carries on the tra-
ditions ot North High by
seeing that every girl
dresses in the required
skirts and blouses.
MAINTENANCE STAFF: First Row: I. C. Speake, C. Brown. C. I. Ieftrey, I. I. Hudson Assistant f
Engineer. M. Feihle. Engineer. Second Row: E. W. Loucher. W. F. Butler. I. R. Hopkins. H. B. Hall. f- ""' 'Q'-
G. A. Cottrell.
The completion of the new wing stand
in our cafeteria will now enable a greater
number of students to be quickly and ef-
ficiently handled. Under the management
of Mrs. Ruth Smith, the kitchen staff suc-
ceeded in serving lunches even while the
building of the cafeteria was going on.
Despite food shortages the students have
been served food which is in keeping
with the basic seven chart.
The North High janitorial staff is to be
commended for its work. Taking care
of the lawns, keeping the buildings clean,
breaking locks from lockers, tending to
the heating system, and replacing broken
Windows are only a few of the things that
this staff takes care of. Even with all of
these duties, our janitors always are pleas-
ant and courteous to the students and
Below: Mrs. Ruth Smith is assisted by Mrs. Schipper. Mrs
Elliott. Mrs. Williams. and Mrs. Loury in the cafeteria.
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Westerners. Who else but "Bud" could call
square dances, and what is a rodeo or horse-
show without him? And who else has such a
At the lower left Mr. Thomas Inman, Mr.
Walter Wooden, and Mrs. Ruth Muth, math
teachers, discuss a humorous problem, possi-
bly involving some of Mr. lnman's Foolosofys.
At the lower right Mr. Frank Anderson, Mrs.
Iewel Rasbury, and Mr. Harold Williams en-
qaqe in a pleasure conversation.
ln the upper left Miss Lucille Hicks, Miss Marion Cox and Miss Zula Stevens
are shown discussing their English classes.
Miss Edna Ruth Contris is shown Cupper rightl at her desk checking
Geometry papers and wondering where some ot the theroems she gets come
Mr. Carter flower leftl pauses during his class of business training to pose
for the Hoofbeat photographer.
Mrs. Virgie Stevens, Miss Anna Lou Yancy, and Mrs. Gwendolyn Beaver,
home economics teachers are seen conversing with Mr. Draper who teaches
'VV'hat are they watching?
Mr. N. D. Marker, Mrs. Elsie
Chason and Mr. C. A. Brown.
lt could be that they are looking
at the new addition to the Sci-
ence Buildinq, and wishing that
they would or could have a
new room in it.
Even teachers need help, for
in this picture we see from left
to riqht, Mr. Herbert Drinkwater,
Mr. Henry Schmidt, and Mr.
Fred McDonald, all of the Math-
ematics Department, pondering
over the answers for some of
the touqh problems in last
Miss Marian Gathinqs, Mrs. Winifred Pitts, and Mr. Lew Barney
compare English lessons. flower leftl. Mrs. Winifred Powers, Mrs.
Fleda Kinneman, Miss Sylvia Polinq, Mr. Stanley Cardon, and Mr.
Fred Mitchell gather in the teacher's dining room for a friendly chat.
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1-lerzberg get together to look over their
Miss Beulah Twist is shown glancing
at the work of her typing class as they
prepare a lesson. Mr. C. O. Stephens, low-
er left? a commercial instructor, pauses for
a pose on the campus.
Here we have coaches
Don Pace, W. R. Caldwell,
and Claire Van Hoorebeck.
A lot of credit goes to them
for their strenuous coaching
of our Winning teams.
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In the top picture, standing left to right are: Miss Isabelle I-Iowatt, Spanish teacher, Miss
Martha White, French and Spanish, Miss Herrnine Deliee, Spanish, Miss Vera Boyington,
Spanishp and sitting, Miss Eva Edwards, Latin and Spanish.
Shown in the middle picture is Mr. Iesse Sedbury, director of the Military Band, Orches-
tra, and Glee Clubs, discussing an unusual piece of sculpture with Miss Frances Kapanke,
Miss Genevieve Carlton and Mrs. Marion Reddic, the librarians, are shown together in
their office adjoining the library reading room and study hall.
Miss Anna Schlichter, who teaches
second and third year Latin, is the
sponser of the ABC Club and Legio
Honoris. According to Miss Schlich-
ter's students, her favorite subject is
the lite of Caeser, both military and
Shown proudly reviewing his
military department on inspec-
tion day is Major Iohn Magee.
Pictured are the helpers of Miss
Lydia Potthoff who is the school
nurse. These girls don pert uniforms
and aid Miss Potthoff in her varied
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lt is a mechanized West, according to
Mr. Vernon Hathcock, Mr. Arthur Hawk,
and Mr. Fred K. Schade, all of Whom are
in the lndustrial Arts Department. ln the
lower right are Miss Catherine Wilkinson
and Mrs. Bettie Phelps, Physical Education
Teachers from left to right,
Miss Winona Montgomery, Mr.
loseph McKinney, Miss Ruth
Adams, and Miss Ellen Nitzow-
ski get together to hash over the
importance of World affairs.
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the occasion and gourging themselves with hot dogs and cokes. Note Miss
Ruth Adams gesticulating. Wonder what the conversation could be? The
corrai is the meeting place for many a happy party. No one has to be hog
tied in order to get him to this Corral.
Seniors are 0Id and
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These three had the hopeful and determined out-look it took to make them the
grand examples of Western leadership they proved to be.
Among the list of accomplishments of the student body of North High this year,
was the continued building of the Mustang Corral, which took in the collecting of
over 53,000 at the end of the drive. Also drives for the War effort were popular, un-
til the War endedg then there was a plea for the students to take part in the all im-
portant peace-time construction. This was done through old clothing drives, packing
of Red Cross boxes, and the collection of suitable literature for less fortunate coun-
lt all adds up to the fact that, under the leadership of these officers, the student
body, as a whole, has added one more page in the progress of a very modern
school. Now they are looking forward to helping build a modern World.
IOYCE ABBOTT-Liberal Arts Il, Howdy Parners 37
Midwinter Concert 3, Crazy Ouills 47 French Club 4,
Iunior-Senior Play 4, Auditorium Club 4.
BEVERLY ANN ADAMS-High School Graduation:
IACK AITKEN-General Curriculum, Mustang Congress
l, 35 Homeroom Vive-President Z7 Hi-Y 4.
WINTROP AKIN-Pre-Engineeringp Mustang Congress
25 Chess Club 2, 3.
IIMMIE ALFORD-Liberal Arts ll, Student Council l, 2,
Homeroom President l, 2, Executive Committee Z5
Mustang Congress 27 Thespians 4.
ROSE ANN ALTEMEYER-Liberal Arts II, Homeroom
Secretary-Treasurer 47 Howdy Partners 4, Homeroom
Social Chairman 4.
LOWELL ANDREWS-Law and Government, Band 1,
2, 3, 4: Vaudeville Show 2, 3, Iunior-Senior Play 3, 4,
Class Vice-President lg ROTC Club 3, 47 All School
KENNETH ANGER-Scientific, ROTC l, 2, 3, 2nd Lt. 47
Mustang Congress 4.
GRACE ARIZTEOUI-Pre-Medical, Parnassus l, 2, 3, 47
Legio I-lonoris 25 Science Club 4.
BOB ARMSTRONG IR.fScientilic, Parnassus l, 27
Mustang Congress 3: ROTC Club 3, 47 ROTC, l, 2, 3,
Captain 4, Espanlata Club lg Legio Honoris 2.
WILLY ASI-ICRAFT-Liberal Arts I7 Homeroom Secre-
tary 17 Library Club Secretary 2, President 37 Girls'
League Council 37 Girl Reserves 3, Vice President 4.
BETTYE FLO ATTEBERY-Liberal Arts ll7 Girls Glee
Club l, 2, 3, 47 Sophomore Class Secretary-Treasurer
27 Honor Court lustice 37 Student Council 3.
KEN BAGWELL-Commercial7 Glee Club 3.
FRANCISCO BAKERHLiberal Arts II: l-lomeroom Sec-
BETTY LOU BALES-Secretariah Girls League Cabinet
Bonniclell Barrows-Liberal Arts Il7 Parnassus Club
l, 27 Student Council 2.
PAUL BASSFORD-Pre-Medical: Football, Colts l, 27
Football, Varsity 3, 47 Legio l-lonoris 27 French Club 3
47 Mustang Congress 17 Track 3, 4.
FRANK M. BAYLOR-Pre-Aviationg Football, Colts 1,7
Football, Varsity Squad 4.
MARGIE BECKER-General Curriculum.
HELEN BECRAFT-Liberal Arts ll.
MARY BEECROFT-eLiberal Arts II7 Parnassus l, 27 Pan
BARBARA IEAN BELL--Liberal Arts Il.
ANN BERDAN-Liberal Arts II7 Homeroom Secretary
37 Homeroom President 47 Stamp Salesman 37 Ticket
CALVIN L. BLAIN, IR.-Liberal Arts I7 Track team 37
Athletic Committee 47 Hi-y Club l, 2.
MARILYN R. BLAIR-Liberal Arts III Leqio l-lonoris 27
Auditorium Club 37 French Club 3, 47 Homeroom Sec-
retary 37 Mustang Roundup 2, 3.
ROBERTA LEE BLAND-
ALLENE BOAZ-Liberal Arts II7 Spanish Club 27 French
Club 37 Reunion play 3.
HERB BOETTO-High School Graduation7 Varsity Base-
ball 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y Club 3, 47 FFA 3, 47 Lettermens Club
2, 3, 47 Homeroom Vice President 4.
BILLIE LOU BONI-IAM-Secretarial7 Fidelis Club.
IOHN A. BOSKON-High School Graduatiom Home-
room Vice President 47 Glee Club 37 Camera Club 4.
IUNE BOWMAN-Pre-Nursinq7 French Club 3, 47 Leqio
I-Ionoris 27 ABC Club 47 Parnassus 4.
ANNABELLE BRICE-Liberal Arts II7 Los Leones 27
Science Club 4.
CALVIN BRICE-Pre-Medical, Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
DON BRINGGOLD-Liberal Arts II: I-Iomeroom Presi-
FRANCES BROCK-Liberal Arts II: Parnassus 1, 2, 3,
45 Spanish Club 1, President 25 Thespian 2, 3, 45 Iunior
Senior Play 4.
PI-IYLLIS BROCK-Scientific: Parnassus 1, 2, 31 Home-
room Service Chairman 2, 31 Legio I-lonoris 25 Home-
room Secretary 3, Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer 4.
ROBERT EARNEST BROCK-Liberal Arts II: Band 3,
4: Legio I-Ionoris 2: Radio Club Z7 Student Council 3.
TOMMY BROCK-I-Iigh School Graduation.
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BEVERLY BROWN -
DORIS BROWN-Law and Government: Parnassus 1.
2, 3, 4, Speech Club Secretary 4: lst Lieutenant ROTC 4.
PHYLLIS BREUNINGER-Liberal Arts II: Homeroom
Secretary lg Sophomore Assembly 2: Hoofbeats 2:
Roundup 2, French Assembly 3: French Club 3, 4.
BETTY RAE BUCKLES-Accounting: Auditorium Club
2, 3, French Club 45 Library Club 45 I-Iomeroom Service
HELEN BUCKLEY-Liberal Arts II: Espanlata Club
1. LOUIS GRAHAM BULLOCK-Commercial Law: Tennis
3, 4: ABC Latin Club 45 Homeroom President 47 Leqio
Honoris 3: Stamp Salesman 3.
IOAN BURIAN-Liberal Arts Ilg Parnassus 3, 43 Girl
Reserves 4: Los Leones Z.
2. DONALD BUZAN-
NAN CAMPBELL-Liberal Arts llg Student Council 21
Iunior-Senior Play 47 Los Leones 3.
BETTY CARLSON-High School Graduation.
FRANCES CARLTON-Liberal Arts ll: Fidelis Club 2:
Auditorium Club 2, 3, 4g Vaudeville Show 35 Mid'
Winter Concert 2, 3, 4.
IOY CARTER-Pre-Medical: l-lomeroom Secretary l, 45
Legio I-lonoris 2g Glee Club 2, 3, I-lomeroom Service
Chairman 31 French Club 3, Secretary 4.
LOUISE CARTER-Secretarial: Girls League Represen-
tative 4p Homeroom President 4.
WILLIBY CASE-Law and Government: Freshman Class
President lg Executive Committee lg ROTC Lieutenant
Colonel 47 ROTC Club President 47 Iunior-Senior Play
4. Parnassus l. 2, 3, 4.
IEWEL CASHEN-High School Graduation: Girls
League Council 1, 2, GAA l.
IRIS CASSELL-Liberal Arts II: French Club 3, : Legio
Honoris 2: Student Council Representative 3: Fidelis
2, 3, Vice-President l, President 4: Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4.
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4.
IRIS Cl-IESTERA-Liberal Arts Il: Girls League Service
Chairman, 3, 4: I-Iomeroom President l, 2, 3: GAA 1,
Z, 3, 4: Espanlata President l: Girls League Council
l, 2, 3: Student Council 1, 2.
SANDRA CHREST-College Preparation: Spanish Presi-
dent 4: Girl Reserve Secretary 4.
VIN CIRUZZI-Pre-Engineering: Student Body President
4: Football 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: ROTC Club, 4: lst Lieu-
tenant ROTC: Lettermens Club 3, 4.
DIANE CLARK-High School Graduation.
PAUL COCANOWER----Liberal Arts I: Band 1, 2, 3, 4:
NPHS Swing Band 3: Homeroom President 1: Mustang
Congress 2: Homeroom Vice-President 3: l-Iomeroom
Social Chairman 4.
MABEL LOUISE COMBS--Secretarial: Girl Reserves 1:
Homeroom Social Chairman 2: Girls League Council 3:
Homeroom President 4.
RACHEL CRAFT-Liberal Arts I: Legio I-lonoris 2: Iunior-
Senior Play 4: GAA 4: Howdy Partners 4: Homeroom
Social Chairman 4: Stadium Club 4.
RUTH CUMMINGS-Homemaking-College Preparatory:
Fidelis Club 3, 4.
HELEN A. DABBS-High School Graduation: Home-
room President l, 2: Thespians Secretary 3, 4.
ARDEN DANNER-Liberal Arts: Advanced Glee Club
3, 4: Girl Reserves 3.
IERRY DAVICH-Pre-Medical, Rhythm Roundup 2, 37
Vaudeville Show 2, 37 Thespians 2, 3, 47 Crazy Ouills
2, 3, 47 lunior-Senior Play 3, 4.
CHESTER DAVIS-Liberal Arts llp Roundup Editorial
Board lp NPHS Swing Band 2, Ouill cmd Scroll 2.
IOY DEAL-Liberal Arts Ig Girls League Respesentative.
IUNE DEAR-Liberal Arts ll, Band 3, 45 GAA l.
EMILY DECKER-High School Graduation.
IAMES I. DECKERA-High School Graduationg Football
3, 45 Baseball Manager 3, 4, Lettermens Club 3, 4.
LOUIS De LELLIS-Liberal Arts Il, Homeroom Service
Chairman lp Homeroom President 1, Mustang Congress
Z, ROTC Lieutenant 4.
IO ANN De MOISY-High School Graduation.
HAROLD DILL-Liberal Arts II7 Student Body Vice-
President 47 Hi-Y Club l, 2, 3, President 47 ROTC Club
3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Lettermens Club 3, 4.
PAT DOHNER-Pre-Medicaly Parnassus Club l, 27
Howdy Partners 35 Dramatics Club 3, GAA 3, 47 Audi-
torium Club 3, 4.
DIANNE DOWNlNG4Liberal Arts ll: Homeroom Presi-
dent lg Tennis Team l.
BROOKS DU BOSE-Pre-Medical: Mustang Congress 3:
Iunior-Senior Play 4.
MARTHA IO DUDLEY-Liberal Arts I7 Girls Glee Club
l, 2, 3, 4.
HAROLD DUFFY- Liberal Arts Il, Hi-Y Club lg Span-
ish Club 27 Radio Club 37 Co-ed Club 45 Homeroom
EVELYN DUNCAN-Homemalcinq-College Prepara-
tory, Fidelis Club l, 2, 35 Howdy Partners 27 Legio
Honoris 35 Auditorium Club 3, 45 Stadium Club 4, lst
Lieutenant ROTC 4.
ROBERT N. EATON-High School Graduation.
SANFORD EDELMEN-Pre-Engineering: 2nd Team Foot-
ball 2, 3: HisY Club 2, 3, 4g Boxing Club 3.
HM EKLUND-Liberal Arts ll, Parnassus 1, 2, 35
Iunior-Senior Play 45 Mustang Congress 3, Honor Court
Bailiff 3, Honor Committee 35 Russian Club 4.
ETTA MAE ESSARY--Secretarial: Student Council Rep-
resentative 3, 4.
IANICE ALENE FALK-Liberal Arts ll: Parnassus 1,
2, 3, 47 Secretary 4: Thespians 3, 47 Ouill and Scroll
2, 3, 4, President 4, French Club 47 Roundup Staff 2,
3, 4, News Editor 4, Pan-American Club 1.
BETTY LOU FANNIN-Pre-Medicalg Parnassus 1, Z, 3,
4, Legio Honoris 2: Glee Club Z, 3: Girls League Rep-
resentative 47 French Club 47 Science Club 4.
IEANNINE FLETCHER-Liberal Arts Ily Homeroom
Secretary lg Legio I-lonoris 25 Spanish Club Vice-
President 35 French Club 4.
BARBARA FISACKERLY-High School Graduation:
Roundup Staff 1, 27 Glee Club 3, 45 French Club 3, 4.
BOB FISACKERLY-Liberal Arts II, Hoolbeats Photog-
rapher 2, 3, 47 Iunior-Senior Play 47 Mustang Congress
3, 47 Mustang Roundup 2, 3, 47 Thespians 4, French
HAMILTON FRANK FORLINE-Pre-Engineering: Foot-
ball 4p lst Lieutenant ROTC 4.
MONELL FORREST-High School Graduation.
JACK FRANCIS-Liberal Arts II: Hi-Y Club 2, 35 Home-
room President l, 3, Homeroom ViVce President 25 Pan-
Tmerican Club 2, Mustang Congress lg lst Lieutenant
GEORGE FRANKLIN-Pre-Medical, Legio' Honoris 2,
Rifle Club 2, 3, 45 I-lomeroom President 4.
MORRIS FRAIZER-Liberal Arts II: Science Club Secre-
tary-Treasurer 4, Espanlata lp Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
MAEIEAN FREEMAN-High School Graduation.
IUNE FRIES--High School Graduation: Homeroom
IDA GARTSlDEIeHiqh School Graduation: Espanlata
Club 3: Library Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves Treasurer 3, 4:
Leqio I-lonoris 4.
DOUGLAS GAUTHIER-Literary: Legio Honoris 3, 4:
French Club 3: I-lomeroom Secretary Treasurer 4:
Camera Club 4: Art Club 4.
EVELYN GAVETTE-Liberal Arts Il: Lois Leones 3.
WILLIAM K. GIBSON-Liberal Arts II: Football 4: Home-
room President 4: Znd Lieutenant ROTC 4.
MARY LOU GINN-
BOB GOLDEN-Pre-Engineering: Mustang Congress 4.
SUE GOODSON-Liberal Arts II: Parnassus l, Z, 3, 4:
GAA 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Social Committee 4:
Science Club 3: Howdy Partners 4.
HARRY GOSS-Liberal Arts II: Football 2, 3. 4: Co-
Captain 4: Lieutenant Colonel ROTC 4: Leqio Honoris
2: French Club 3: Hi-Y 2, 3.
OLIVE VIVIAN GRASI-IAM-Liberal Arts II: GAA 2,
3, 4, volleyball Manager lp Fidelis Club Z, 3, Historian
45 Homeroom Secretary 4, Espanlata Club 3.
BILL GREAVES-Pre-Engineering: Varsity Football 41
LEAH GREEN-High School Graduation.
PAT GRIPPIN-Liberal Arts II, Girls League Cabinet
2, 3: Girls League Preseident 45 Legio Honoris l, 27
Parnassus 35 Inter-School Council 45 Executive Com-
REBABELL I-IATCHER-I-Iigh School Graduation
WANDA IEAN I-IALES-High School Graduation: Health
Club lg French Club 3, 47 Homeroom Secretary Treas-
urer lg Howdy Partners 2.
SONA LEE HALLEN-Arty Spanish Class President 3, 4:
Parnassus 37 Howdy Pardners lp Girls League Vaude-
GLORIA HALLOUIST-High School Graduation: Junior
Senior Play 47 GAA 1.
IAMES C. HAMILTON-High School Graduation:
MARY RAE I-IANNELl..YfLiberaI Arts II, I-Iomeroom
President ly Band 2, 3, 45 GAA I, 2, 3, Howdy Pardners
2, Parnassus 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Court Representative I.
DICK HART-Liberal Arts II:Maqic Club l, 2: Chess
Club 4: Homeroom President 3.
DOROTHY HARVEY-Liberal Arts II: Advanced Glee
Club 2, 3: Girls League Council 3: Espanlata l: Spanish
Club 2: Homeroom Secretary Treasurer 4.
MILTON HARVEY-Liberal Arts II: Hoofbeats Photog-
rapher 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Espanlata l, 2: Roundup
Photographer 3, 4.
HARRIETI' HARWOOD-High School Graduation:
Homeroom Secretary 4.
Ralph Hassett-High School Graduation: Varsity Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2: Lette-rmens Club 4.
CLARA ANN HAYS-Social Service: Girls League
Cabinet 4: Costume Room Chairman 4: Pan American
LOGAN HEATH-General Curriculum: Track 3, 4:
Homeroom Secretary Treasurer 3: ROTC Club 3, 4:
Rifle Club 3: ROTC Officer 3, 4.
PAULINE HILL-High School Graduation: Homeroom
Chairman 2, 3, 4: Girls League Secretary 3: Girls
League Cabinet 3, 4.
DAN I-IILLEBERT-High School Graduation: Homeroom
PAT HINTON-Liberal Arts Il: Howdy Partners 1:
Library Club 2: Homeroom Social Chairman 3: War
Stamp Salesman 3: Espanlata 1: Science Club 4.
MARILYN HOLBROOK-High School Graduation.
ROY HOLDERBY-High School Graduation: Los Leones
3: Honor Court Bailiff 4, Mustang Congress 4.
BARBARA JEAN HORSLEY-High School Graduation.
BILL l-IOUSEHOLDER-High School Graduation: Second
Team Baseball lg I-Iomeroom President Z, 37 First Team
Baseball 3, 4, Lettermens Club 3, 4.
NADINE HOWARD-Liberal Arts Il: Espanlata Club 35
Girl Reserves 3, 47 Ouill 6. Scroll 4, Mustang Roundup
Staff 4, Parnassus 4, l-looibeats Staff 4.
RICHARD l-IUBBEL-Pre-Medical, Homeroom Secretary
lg Espanlata Club President ly Second Team Tennis 3,
Legio I-lonoris 27 Science Club 35 First Team Tennis 4.
REVA IANSON-High School Graduation: Glee Club Z,
3, President 4, Music Committee 4: Homeroom Secre-
WILLIAM ENKINS-Liberal Arts If Stamp Salesman 1,
35 Stadium Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3, 47 Service
Chairman 37 Mustang Congress 1, 4.
B. DEAN JOHNSON-Liberal Arts II.
GEORGE IOHNSON-Liberal Arts ll: ROTC 3, First
Lieutenant 4: Espanlata Club lg Leqio Honoris 2.
IANELLE IOHNSON+Hiqh School Graduation: Stamp
Salesman 3. ,
AUBREY IONES-Pre-Engineering: Hi-Y Club 4: Class
Vice-President 2: Class Secretary-Treasurer 3: Los
EDDIE IONES-High School Graduation.
MARGARET IONES-Liberal Arts ll: Girls League Cabi-
net 4: Girls League Council 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: French
Club 3, 4.
IAMES l. KARAM IR.-Liberal Arts ll: Second Team
Football 1, 2, 3: Second Team Basketball 3: First Team
Basketball 4: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4: Lettermens Club 4:
Rhythm Roundup 2.
NANCY KELLER-High School Graduation: Espanlata
Club l: Legio Honoris 2: Fidelis 2, 3, 4.
LORNA LEE KEMPTON-Liberal Arts ll: Cheerleader 4:
Mustang Roundup Staff 4: Rhythm Roundup l: Produc'-
tion Junior-Senior Play 4: Class Assemblies 1, 2, 4:
Glee Club l, 2, 4.
PHILIP KENNEDY-Liberal Arts I.
FLORANNE KIEHLER-Scientific: Ticket Seller 4: Pub-
licity Horizon Club 1: Orchestra 3, 4: Band 4: 2nd
Lieutenant CAPC 4: Leqio Honoris 2.
WILLIAM NOBLE KING-Pre-Medical: Mustang Conq-
ress Z: Leqio Honoris 2: ROTC Club 3, 4: Iunior-Senior
Play 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup 2.
BETTY LOU KLASSEN-High School Graduation: Howdy
Partners Representative 4.
RODNEY KLECK-Liberal Arts Il: Executive Committee
2: Student Council 2: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4.
BILL KOERNER-Liberal Arts II,
HISAKO KONAMI-Commercial: Homeroom Treasurer 4.
PATTY KOPP-High School Graduation: Girls League
IOYCE KOSIN-Liberal Arts II: Leqio Honoris 2: Par-
nassus 2, 3, 4: Service Chairman 4: Defense Stamp Col-
lector 2: Espanlata 1.
GLORIA KWIATKOSKI-High School Graduation: Par-
nassus 2, 4, Homeroom Service Chairman l: Girls Glee
Club 1, 2, 3.
PEGGY ANN LADD-Liberal Arts Il: Student Council 3:
Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Leqio I-Ionoris 2: Parnassus 1, 2:
Los Leones Z: Production Staff Iunior-Senior Play 4.
BILL LANDIS-Liberal Arts II: lst Team Football 3, 4:
lst Team Baseball 3, 4: Lettermens Club 3, 4.
ROY S. LARSON-Pre-Medica17 Homeroom Vice Presi-
dent 17 Espanlata President 17 Pan American Club
President 37 Junior-Senior Play Production Chairman 4.
IO ELLEN LEE-
FANCHON LEPPLA-Liberal Arts II7 Iunior Senior
Play 47 Dress Committee 47 Howdy Partners 27 Orches-
tra 27 Girls League Council 37 Band l, 2.
JOE LEWIS-Liberal Arts I7 Interschool Council 47
Crazy Ouills 2, President 47 French Club Vice President
3, President 47 Roundup 2, Editorial Board 3, 47 Quill
and Scroll 3, Secretary Treasurer 47 Honor Court Chief
LA NAIA PERN LEWIS-Pre-Medical7 Student Council 17
Mustang Roundup l, 2, 47 Advanced Glee Club 2, 37
Leqio I-lonoris 27 Activity Chairman 27 Hoofbeats l.
S' 7 I
KATHRYN LIEM--Liberal Arts II: Leqio I-lonoris 47
LA DONNA LOVING-High School Graduatiom De-
fense Stamp Collector 3.
DOLORES LOW-Liberal Arts II7 GAA l, 2, Treasurer
3, President 4.
BOB LOWRY-ScientiIic7 Science Club 3, 47 Band 2, 3,
2nd Lieutenant 47 Math Club 4.
ELIZABETH JANE LUCE-Scientific7 Band 2, 3, 47
Science Club 47 Parnassus 2, 3, 47 Pan American Club 3.
PATRICIA CATHERINE MACKIE-Liberal Arts II: Dra-
matics Club 2, 3.
DAVE MANNING-Liberal Arts 115 Track 3, 45 Hi-Y 45
Homeroom Vice President 35 Mustang Roundup Art
Staff 3, 4.
MARIORIE MARSHALLAI-Iigh School Graduation.
MIMI MATANOVICH-Liberal Arts ll5 Espanlata l5
French Club 35 English Chairman l5 Homeroom Secre-
tary Treasurer 25 Homeroom Secretary l.
EDITH MATUSEWICZ-Liberal Arts LL.
YVONNE MAYFIELD-General Homemaking Club Z5
GAA Tumbling l, 25 Cheer Leader 3.
JEAN MCCARTY-High School Graduatiom Howdy
Partners 25 French Club Representative 35 Homeroom
IUNE MCCARTY-Secretarial5 Spark Plugs 1, 25 Howdy
Partners 2, 31 Homeroom Secretary 35 Auditorium Club
45 Assistant Secretary in Principals Office 3, 4.
BARBARA MCCLANAI-IAN-Liberal Arts ll: GAA 15
Spanish Club l, 25 Science Club 4.
AUDREY ELLEN MCGOWAN-Liberal Arts 115 Home-
room President 15 Howdy Partners Vice President 35
Girls League Council Representative 2, 35 Espanlata 15
Legio Honoris 2.
NANCY R. MCKESSON-Liberal Arts 115 Hoofbeats 3,
Editor 45 Parnassus 2, 3, 45 Mustang Roundup 2, 3, 45
Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Legio Honoris 25 Espanlata 1.
WILLIAM B. MORRIS-Liberal Arts II7 Student Council
Ig I-Iomeroom President 2.
FLORENCE MEIER-Liberal Arts II: Student Council
Representative lg I-Iomeroom Vice President lg Home-
room Secretary 2: Parnassus 1, 2, 3, 47 Leqio Honoris
President 2: Spanish Class Chairman 4.
DONALD MILLER-Liberal Arts Ilg Track Team 3, 4,
Homeroom Vice President 3.
EDGAR MILLER-Technical Shop.
FERN MILLER-Liberal Arts II: Espanlata ly GAA l, 2,
3, 4: Cheerleader 4.
SID MOEUR-Liberal Arts II: Espanlata lg Leqio Hon-
oris 2, I-Iomeroom Secretary Treasurer 47 I-Iomeroom
Service Chairman 4: Freshman Honor Court Represen-
tative lp Junior Senior Play 4.
BILL MOONEY-High School Graduationg Legio Hon-
oris Vice President 35 Science Club President 45 Par-
nassus 1, Z, 3, 45 ABC Latin Club President 4: Math
MARIORIE MORGAN-Liberal Arts II: Parnassus 3, 47
Espanlata 17 Glee Club 2, 3, 47 Legio I-ionoris 2: Pan
American Club 31 Girls League Council 3.
HELEN MORRISON-Secretarial-Homeroom Service
Chairman 4: Homeroom Red Cross Chairman 4.
POLLY MOSER-Liberal Arts II: Girls League 37 Student
Council Representative 2: Assistant Secretary in Prin-
cipal's Office 4: Roundup 47 Howdy Partners 37 Home-
room Social Chairman 3.
NADINE NAYLOR-High School Graduation: Mid-
Winter Concert 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 37 Girls
League Council Representative 4.
CAROL R. NELSON-Secretarial, GAA 2, 3.
PAT RICA NELSON-
MARY ESTER NEWMAN-Liberal Arts llg Espanlata lg
Howdy Partners 2, 47 Fidelis Club 2, 3, 41 Glee Club
VADA NICHOLAS-Liberal Arts ll: l-lomeroom Secre-
tary 1, 37 Homeroom Program Chairman 2, Latin Club 4
SETSUYE NOMURA-High School Graduation.
IOHN NORTON-Liberal Arts II: 2nd Team Football l,
2: lst Team Football 3, 45 President Leqio Honoris 21
Parnassus 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermens Club 47 Homeroom
Officer 1, 2.
MARGARET O'CONNELL-Secretarial: Service Chair-
man l, 25 Assistant Secretary to Mr. Olney 3, 4.
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH OGDEN-Liberal Arts II:
Glee Club 3, 4.
FREDERICK IESSE OLSSON-Agricultural, Varsity Track
2, 45 Varsity Football 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4: FFA
Vice President 3, President 47 Lettermenc Club 2, 3, 45
Student Council 3.
ROBERT OWENS-Pre-Engineering: Radio Club l.
CONNIE OVERTON-Liberal Arts ll: Legio Honoris 2:
Rhythm Roundup Z: French Club 3, 4: Homeroom Sec-
retary l, 3.
MARIAN PAGE-High School Graduation: Homeroom
President l: Parnassus 3: Howdy Partners 3: Lieutenant
ROTC 4: Spanish Club 2.
CAROL PALMER-Liberal Arts ll: I-lomeroom President
l: Girls League Council Representative 1, 2, 3: Library
DEL IEANNE PALMER-Liberal Arts II: Girls League
Council 4: Thespians 4.
PATRICIA PARKER-Liberal Arts II: Espanlata Vice-
President l: Los Leones 2: Magicians Club 1: Parnas-
sus l, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Service Chairman 2, 4.
GRANT PARSONS-Liberal Arts II: Iunior Class Vice
President 3: Hi-Y Club l, 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee
3: ROTC Club 3, 4: Mustang Congress 2, 4: ROTC l,
2, 3, Major 4.
SOPHIE PAULOS-High School Graduation-French
Club 4: GAA: Girl Reserves l.
BETTY ANNE PEDERSEN-Pre-Medical: Student Coun-
cil Representative 3: French Club 3, 4.
BEN PEDRICK--Pre-Engineering: Student Council 2, 3,
4: Class President 2: Riile Team 2, 3, 4: Executive Com-
mittee l, 2, 3: Mustang Roundup Cartoonist 2, 3, 4:
ROTC Club 3, Treasurer 4.
ARLENE PEDRO-High School Graduation.
PEGGY PEEVY-High School Graduation: Homeroom
Secretary 3: Girls League Representative 4: Homeroom
Service Chairman 2.
CHUCK PENSINGER-Pre-Aviation: Honor Court Repre-
sentative l: Hi-Y Club Z, 3: ROTC Club 3, 4: Mustang
Congress 3: Student Council 2: ROTC l, 2, 3, Major 4.
EVELYN IUNE PERRY-High School Graduation.
FRANCES PETERSEN-Liberal Arts II? GAA 1: Girl
Reserves 1: Girls League Council l, 2, Homeroom
Treasurer 41 Band 2, 3, 4.
MARILYN PEW-High School Graduation, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY PHILLIPS-Liberal Arts Il: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Legio
Honoris 2: Fidelis Club Secretary Treasurer 37 ROTC
Band 2, 3, 4. Homeroom Vice President l, 3.
STELLA PITCHARD-Pre-Medical: Legio Honoris 1, 25
French Club 4.
IOAN POWELL-High School Graduation, GAA 1:
French Club 4. ,
SKIP POWELL-+I-liqh School Graduation, Football Man-
ager 45 Lettermens Club 4.
IOE PRICE--Liberal Arts llg Boxing Club 3.
BETTY QUINN-Liberal Arts ll, Uniform Committee lp
Espanlata lp Iunior Senior Play 41 Los Leones 2.
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VICTOR S. RANDOLPH IR.-Pre-Engineering: Tennis
Team 3, 4: Boys Alliance Vice President 45 Science
Club 35 Thespians 4, Homeroom Vice President 31
Parnassus 1, 2, 3, 4.
WANDA RAWLEY-Pre-Nursing: Legio Honoris 35 Stu-
dent Council l, 2: Stadium Club 4, Parnassus lp Honor
Court Freshman Representative lg Bowling Club l.
ALICE RAWLINS-Homemakinqg Chess Club 4: Audi-
torium Club 4.
LAWRENCE READER-Scientiiicp Hi-Y Vice President
4: First Team Basketball 3, 4: 2nd Team Football 2, 3:
Hi-Y Club Z, 3, 45 2nd Team Basketball Z.
IACQUELINE REDING-High School Graduation: girl
Reserves 4: Iunior-Senior Play 4, Auditorium Club 4:
Assistant Secretary to Dean 4.
PAUL FRANK REICH-Law and Government: Legio
Honoris 2: Iunior-Senior Play 3, 47 Rhythm Roundup 2:
Thespians 4: Student Council 3, 4, I-Ioolbeats 3, Busi-
ness Manager 4.
ADRON REICHERT-Pre-Engineeringp Basketball 2, 3,
47 Football 3, 4, Track 3, 47 Lettermens Club 2, 3, 45
Homeroom Officer l, 3, 4: M-Club 4.
MARTHA REIF-Liberal Arts II: Parnassus 2: Legio
I-loncris 25 Espanlata Club l: Science Chairman l, 45
Homeroom Secretary 1, 3.
MELAINE REPPEL-Literary: Parnassus l, 2, 3, 47 Girl
Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Auditorium Club 31 French Club
3, 4: Homeroom Service Chairman 3, Legio Honoris 2.
MARTHA LOU RICE-Liberal Arts II: Homeroom Presi-
dent 4p Znd Lieutenant ROTC 4.
IVA PEARL ROBB-Liberal Arts II: Captain ROTC 45
FFA 2, 3, 4.
IACK ROBERTS-Pre-Engineering: Quill and Scroll 3,
47 Mustang Roundup 1, 2, 37 Hoofbeats 1, 27 Home-
room President 47 Service Chairman 27 Mustang Cong-
ROBERTA ROBERTSON-High School Graduation7
DORIS T. RODDEN-Civics.
RICHARD D. DOGERS4Liberal Arts III Mustang Conq-
ress 17 Band l, 2, 3, 47 Hooibeats Photographer Z.
RENEE IOAN ROSS-Liberal Arts II7 Homeroom Secre-
tary 37 Homeroom Treasurer 27 Rhythm Roundup 2.
CHARLES W. RUBIE-Liberal Arts III Thespians 3, 47
Spanish Club 27 French Club 3, 47 Mustang Congress 17
lrlomeroom Treasurer 27 Iunior-Senior Play 3, 4.
LOLITA SAND-High School Gracluationg Student Coun-
cil 47 Executive Committee 47 Music Committee 47 Band
SALLY LOTA SANDERS-Liberal Arts II7 Student Coun-
cil Representative 37 I-lomeroom Vice President 17 Home-
room President Z7 GAA l, 2, 3, Publicity Committee 4.
BONNIE IOAN SANDY-Liberal Arts lI7 Espanlata 17
Parnassus 2, 3, 47 Howdy Partners 3, 47 Science Club
47 GAA l, 27 Spanish Club 2.
MARY LOU SAUNDERS-High School Graduation.
BARBARA IEAN SCHIELE-Liberal Arts 1: Leqio Honoris
2: French Club 3, 4: French Assembly 3: l-lomerooin
Social Chairman 3: Auditorium Club 3.
WILLARD SCHEIDLER-Pre-Engineering: I-lomercom
President 3: ROTC 1, Z, 3, Captain 4.
EUGENE SCI-IMITZ-Pre-Aviation: Stadium Club 1, 2. 3:
Quill cmd Scroll 3, 4: Parnassus 1, 2, 3, 4: Roundup
Staff 3, 4: Homeroom President 1.
ELON ORE SCHULER-
DOROTHY ORLENE SCOTT-Liberal Arts I: Library
Club 2: Girls League Representative 2.
ELIZABETH ANN SEASTROM-Liberal Arts II.
MARY SHERRILL-Literary: Parnassus 1, 2, 3, 4: Hoof-
beats Editor 4: Mustang Roundup Editorial Board 2, 3:
Iunior-Senior Play Publicity Chairman 4: 4th Prize Na-
tional Scholastic Essay Contest Winner 3: Public Dis-
cussion Contest Winner 1.
MILTON RAY SHERWOOD-High School Graduation:
FFA 3, 4.
NANCY SHIMMEL-Liberal Arts ll: Parnassus 2, 3, 4:
Dress Committee Chairman 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2:
Victory Committee 2: Girls League Cabinet 4: Iunior-
Senior Play 4.
GLEN SHORT-Pre-Engineering: Senior Class President
4: Junior Class President 3: Band 1, 2, 3. Captain, Drum
Major 4: ROTC Club 3, Vice President 4: Executive Com-
mittee 4: Assembly Committee 4.
VIRGIL SIDERS-Liberal Arts II.
LESTER L. SLATTEN-Pre-Enqineerinqg Band l, Z, 3, 4.
MARRIEL SLAUGHTER-Liberal Arts II: Homeroorn
President ly Iunior-Senior Play Production Staff 4.
IIMMIE SMALL-Pre-Enqineerinqp Band l, 2, 3, 45
IACOUELINE SMITH-Liberal Arts Il: Homeroom Treas-
urer lg Band 47 Orchestra 4.
MARILYN SMITH-Liberal Arts II, Parnassus l, 2, 35
Iunior-Senior Play 4: Espanlata lg Pan American Club 2.
SHIRLEY MAE SMITH-Pre-Medical: Girls League Sec-
retary 47 GAA l, 2, 3, 47 Auditorium Club 2, 3, Captain
4: Parnassus l, 2, 35 Legio Honoris 2: Student Council 2.
CARO SOLOSTI-I-Liberal Arts II: Science Club Secre-
tary 3, Espanlata Vice President ly Pan American Club
2: lunior-Senior Play Production Staff 3g lunior-Senior
Prom Decorations 3.
LA VERNA SOUTHWICK-
SUZANNE SPORLEDERfLiberal Arts II, Honor Court
Secretary 47 Student Council Representative 47 Home-
room Vice President lg Iunior'Senior Play Production
Staff 45 Los Leones 2.
DOROTHY SOUIRE-High School Graduationp French
Club 37 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
DIANE STALLCUP-Pre-Medical: Parnassus l, 2, 3, 47
Iunior'Senior Play 3, 45 Thespians Treasurer 3, 45
Uniform Committee 3: Girls League Vaudeville l, 37
Student Council 3.
BILL STANHAGEN-Pre-Engineering: ROTC 1, 2, 3, lst
Lieutenant 45 Science Club 47 I-Iomeroom President 35
Student Council Representative 3, 4: Mustang Conq-
MARY PHYLLIS STERN-High School Graduationp Span-
ish Club President 3, Secretary 4: I-lomeroom Secre-
DOROTHY STRADLEY-High School Graduation.
HOWARD TARBELL-Pre-Engineering: Varsity Baseball
3, 45 Boxing Club 3.
BEA TEETER-Liberal Arts Ig Girl Reserves 3, President
41 Library Club 25 Student Council 3.
CHUCK TEETSEL-Liberal Arts II.
MERLIN K. Tl-IEVENOT-High School Graduation: Track
2, 3, 4.
LOIS THEW-Liberal Arts ll: Homeroom Vice President
lg Girls League Representative 4.
PAUL THOMAS-Scientific, Legio Honoris 27 Science
Club 45 Camera Club 3.
SUSIE Tl-IORNBURG-High School Graduation: Girls
League Council 25 GAA l, 2, Camera Club 45 .Audi-
torium Club 4.
LOIS ANN Tl-IURMANeHigh School Graduation: Home-
room President lp Student Council Representative 4.
LEON TOLLESON-Pre-Engineering: ROTC l, 2, 3,
Lieutenant Colonel 45 Rifle Team 2, 3, Vice President 4,
ROTC Club 3, 45 Los Leones Treasurer 25 Iunior-Senior
IACKIE TOMLINSON-Liberal Arts II.
AUDREY TONCRAY-Secretarial: GAA l, 2, 3, 41 Znd
Tennis Team lg lst Tennis Team Z, 3, 41 Homeroom
Social Chairman 4.
MARY NEAL TONEY-Merchandising, Iunior-Senior
Play 3, 4: Thespian Club President 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4,
Homeroom President lp Hoomeroom Vice President 3,
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 4.
RUTH TOOTHAKER-High School Graduationg Glee
Club 3, 4.
MARGARET TRIBBLE-Liberal Arts Il.
RICHARD TROXEL-eLiberal Arts llg Boxing Club 3,
Honor Court Chief lustice 45 Interschool Council 47 lst
Teac Track 3, 45 Lettermens Club 3, 47 Student Coun-
KARL W. TURNERfLiberal Arts II: Boys Alliance Of-
ficer 2, 3, Ouill and Scroll 4, President 35 Senior Class
Vice President 4g Roundup Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Hoofbeats
Staff l, 27 Boxing Club 3.
MARY LOUISE TURNER-Liberal Arts II: Student Body
Secretary-Treasurer 45 Iunior Class Secretary-Treasurer
3: GAA 2, 3, Vice President 45 Girl Reserves 3, Inter-
club Council Representative 47 Student Council 2, 37
Parnassus 2, 3, 4.
DONNA VAN CLEVE-Liberal Arts ll: I-lomeroom Pres-
ident lg Parnassus 3, 47 Girl Reserves 37 Homeroom
LUCILE VAN ESS-Liberal Arts Ig Homeroom Secretary-
Treasurer 1, 45 Espanlata 37 Fidelis Club l, 2, 37 Orchs-
tra 1, 2, 3, 4: Pan American Club 37 Ticket Seller 1, 2.
NAN VAUGHN-High School Graduation: Cheerleader
35 l-lomeroom Service Chairman 25 Stamp Salesman 3.
lOl-IN VINSON-Liberal Arts ll: ROTC 2nd Lieutenant
4: Espanlclta Club 2: Iunior-Senior Play 47 Social Com-
mittee 4g ROTC Club 3, Secretary 4.
BETTY VOLGER-Liberal Arts II: GAA 4.
GENEVA VONDERACEK-Liberal Arts II: Legio Honoris
2: Girls League Council 4: ROTC ly Spanish Club 4.
BOB WALLACE-Pre-Enqineerinq5 ROTC 2nd Lieutenant
3, Colonel 45 Rifle Team 1, 2, Vice President 3, Presi-
dent 45 ROTC Club 3, President 45 lunior-Senior Play 45
Homeroom President 35 Parnassus 1, 2.
GORDON WALLACE-Liberal Arts 115 Band 3, 45
lunior-Senior Play 35 Espanlata 35 Orchestra 4.
CAROLYN WALLING-Liberal Arts lI5 Mustang Roun-
GEORGE WERNER--Liberal Arts ll.
ED WASIELEWSKI-Pre-Engineerinq5 Boys Alliance
President 45 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 35 Iunior-Senior
Play 45 ROTC l, Z, 3, Captain 45 Social Committee Z,
5 Thespians 4.
IACK WATTS-High School Graduation5 Band 1, 2, 3,
45 Orchestra 3, 45 ROTC Club 3, 45 I-lomeroom Presi-
dent 45 Band lst Lieutenant 45 lst Team Baseball 3, 4.
WESLEY WATTSYLiberal Arts 115 Executive Committee
45 Student Council 45 Legio I-lonoris 25 Speech Club
Chairman 45 Science Club 45 Debate Club 4.
JUNE WELCH-Liberal Arts 115 Band 3, 45 GAA 15 Audi-
torium Club 3.
BONNIE IEAN WELLS-Secretarial5 Homeroom Vice
President 1, 45 Dance Club 15 Defense Stamp Salesman
NANCY WELPTON-Liberal Arts II5 Legio 1-lonoris 25
MALCOLM WHARTON-College Preparatory-Agri
IEWELL WOODARD--High School Graduation.
cu1tural5 Rifle Team 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 45 ROTC
CLUB 3, 45 Leqio Honoris 25 Iunior-Senior Play 45 ROTC
1, 2, 3, lst Lieutenant 45 Mustang Congress 1, 2, 3.
VANCE WHIPPLE-Liberal Arts II.
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This year the junior class has prospered and grown. They leave with
happy anticipation toward next year when they, as seniors, will set examples
for the under classmen.
The clothing drive, the Red Cross Works, and the Mustang Corral all were
benefited by the enthusiastic response ot the juniors. Then the not-to-be-lor-
gotten junior-senior play and the all-school play would not have been a success
without their talent.
The junior class salutes its leaders, Raymond Williams, president: Linda
Brooks, vice-president: and Camille King, secretaryjreasurer, who have been
responsible for much of the success of the juniors this year.
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Representative l, 47 Parnassus 1, 2, 3, 47 Espanlata ly
Legio Honoris President 2.
MARY LOU WOOD-Liberal Arts II: Parnassus l, 2, 3,
45 Library Club 4.
BETTY IO WOOD-Liberal Arts II: Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4.
BETTY IEAN WILLIAMS--Secretarial: GAA lg Home-
room Secretary 4.
WARD WORTI-IINGTON-Liberal Arts Il.
HILDRETI-I WYLIE-Pre-Medical: Glee Club 3: Legio
FRAN YEAGER-Homeroom President l, 37 Social
Committee 3, Junior-Senior Play 3, 45 Rhythm Roundup
2, 3, Thespians 3, 4g Girls League Representative 2.
THOMAS A. BARRETT-Pre-Medical: Mustang Congress
l, 2: Social Committee Chairman 27 ROTC Lieutenant 4:
Espanlata 2, President lg Homeroom President 1, 4.
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l. Norma Beclilion, Clarice Beck, David Beebe, Elaine Bein, Marqaret Bekker
2. Bob Bennett, Woody Biscoe, Bosernary Bishop, Barbara Bissett, leanne Bittick
3. Virqinia Blaine, Layne Black, loycelyn Bliss, Louie Bohn, Millie Boulden
4. Donna Bowles, Martha Bowman, lan Bragg, Catherine Brooks, Linda Brooks
mom TO LEFT:
Vivian Abney, Bill Ackerman, Don Adams, Lois Ahlene, Arlene Allen
2. loe Allen, Ben Anderson, Bill Anderson, Barbara Armer, James Arnold
3. Dave Askins, Geraldine Aten, Bichard Bacon, Virginia Bailey, Pat Ball
4. Wayne Baker, Louise Barr, Marie Zavorek, Kibby Bawiclc, Nancy Beaman
READ RIGHT TO LEFT:
l. Bill Eaton, lessie Eaves, Sue Eschmeyer, Virginia Edmund, Torn Elias
2. Paul Eskew, Ruth Essex, Bill Evans, Bob Evans, Darrell Evenson
3. Glenn Farrell, Bill Farrow, Hazel Fenley, Helen Fenley, Shirley Fields
4. Clarence Finch, Helen Fitzpatrick, Betty Focht, Herschel Fortner,
D RIGHT TO LEFT:
Lucille Brown, Velda Brown, Elaine Bueforol, Betty Burall, Marilyn Burson
Murrell Cahoon, Margaret Coplan, A. D. Carlisle, Susa nCarollo, Meredith Cary
3. Carolyn Casey, Eugene Cash, lim Cash, Elinor Cauqhlin, Bobby Charles
4. Ronald Cheney, Lila Cheshire, Elva Chester, Doris Christy, Theresa Chuka
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l. Ruth Francis, Bruce Frazier, Clarice Fridenmaker, Dale Frink, Greta Funk
2. Marlene Gallman, loan Ganz, Pat Garland, Bill Gartside, lean Gary
3. Pat George, Harry Geyer, Wanda Godfrey, lerry Goodson, Gyrene Grammar
4. Paul Gray, Robert Green, Page Greer, Dan Griswold, Bonnie Gunter
READ LEFT TO RIGHT:
l. Betty lean Cloud, Mark Coleman, Virginia Crawford, Don Creamer, Bill Crockett
2. Boy Crosby, Bolo Cuthloertson, Ellen Dabbes, loonne Dale, Mary Danner
3. Leanna Davis, lackie Bavis, Wayne Delvin, Elaine Dickey, Dorothy Dodson
4. Bill Donaldson, Lois Driqqs, Kent Driqqs, Hugh Duerson, Cornelia Dimont
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1. Carl Hoelzen, La Vene Holman, Martha Holmes, Don Holroyd, Elaine Hosl
2. Carolyn Houston, leane Ellen Howard, David Hudack, Donna Hull, Stanley Hull
3. Marshall Humphrey, Betty Io Huslcison, Betty Hyde, Betty Iackson, Curtis lanser
4. Dorothy lean lanssen, Bob Iohnson, Donna Iohnson, Iohn Katsenes,
mem TO LEFT:
Tom Haggard, Bew Hall, Ann Hamel, Ann Hammon, Charles Hammer
2. Barbara Hanny, Dottie Lou Harrington, Ann Harris, Phillip Harvey, Fran Hayes
3. loyce Hayes, Donna Haslett, Donald Helm, Pat Hess, Mary Louise Hicks
4. Dollie Higganbotham, Lucille High, Cathie Hill, Shirley Hodesh, Adolph Hoehn
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l. Leslie Lloyd, Margaret Lynn, leane Ludwig, Guyneth Lust, lack Matsumoto
2. Norma Matz, Margaret McConlies, Mary McCoombs, Marcia, McConoughey,
3. Marilyn McDonald, Oran McDowell, Don McLain, Bob McKinney, Byrl Meeks
4. Don Meloche, Alice Merdick, Wilda Meyers, Corinne Miller, Duane Miller
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.. Betty Kayten, Patricia Kelley, Camille King, Phillis Kerr, Imogene Kirby
2. Charlien Kleinert, Mike Kabaslio, Mary Koerner, Melvin Kobson, Bill Lane
3. Bob Lane, Frankie Lanter, Don Lawrence, Pat Leolbetter, Diane Leggett
4. Colleen Lewallen, lerry Lewkowitz, Willie Lilly, Zoe Lindberg, George Lindley
READ LEFT TO RIGHT:
l. Mary Pence, Wallie Perry, Gene Peterson, lohn Peterson, Bob Phillips
2. lean Phillips, Diane Pinkham, Anita Porter, Doris Powell, Ronald Prator
3. Paula Pursley, Kirke Purvis, Bob Quackenbush, Betty lean Reece, Dorothy Reed
4. Loree Rees, Paul Reinhardt, Patty Rice, Lewis Roach, loe Robbins
mom TO LEFT:
Phyllis Miller, Melha Mills, P rank Mitchell, Helen Mittler, Al Moore
2. Donald Moore, Dorothy Moore, loan Moore, Don Morris, Lois Mortensen
3. Bob Mowatt, loan Murphy, Dick Norton, Errnan Oelkers, Wilmer Osterrneier
4. Melvin Gwens, Carolyn Parsons, Ierry Patterson, Ethel Pearce, Bob Pejsa
READ LEFT ro RIGHT:
l. Leroy Shaw, Patsy Shea, Annette Sheldon, Bob Shimel, Bob Showers
2. loan Sill, Alicia Simmons, Bill Sims, Gordon Sims, Pat Small
3. Dorothy Smith, loella Smith, leanine Snow, Harry Soqan, Zelda Saul
4. Estelle Spaiol, Shirley Spence, Elaine Spitalny, Charles Spurlock, Don Stacey
J RIGHT TO LEFT:
lgnettg Robertson, Toliethor Robertson, Frgnk Robertson, Ferng Robins,
2. Fred Romley, Bgrboror Rosenberg, Doris Ruddell, Elbert Russell, Tom Russell
3. Lynn Sglm, Arlene Sguder, Shirley Scheidler, Botrbgrg Schilt, l-lildg Schmid
4. Peggy Scott, lctnice Scully, Emory Sekotgugptewot, Morriettg Sellers, Bill Show
READ LEFT TO RIGHT:
l. Elizabeth Van Aken, Susan Van Zandt, Ralph Vick, Ed Vrieze, lacqueline Walker
2. Virqinia Wasielewski, Bob Watson, Dorothy Watson, Marcia Wolf, loe Weaver
3. lean Weiss, Roberta Welch, Rebekah Wells, Merle Weshe, Ianet Westerwick
4. Iuanita Whitfield, Ray Williams, Daisy Winaal, Mulford Winsor, Elsie Wilson
READ mom TO LEFT:
l. Mary Nan Stancil, Rae Stanoliforol, Lillian Steiano, Doris Steqner, Pattie Lois Stephens
2. Katherine Stephenson, lim Stevenson, Ann Stewart, Bob Stone, Faye Stone
3. Sally Straus, Lucille Sutter, Ralph Swift, Terry Talbott, lean Thompson
4. Ioan Thompson, lohn Thurston, Katie Tsutsumicla, Tom Tucker, Betty Uolell
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Although Sophomores think they are sophisticated, and although they have
successfully sold elevator tickets, assembly tickets, and permanent locker per-
mits to bewildered freshmen, they themselves have a few things to learn. But
they have two years in which to learn them and this year's class of "upper
classmen" is really a wonderful group.
They have done a grand job ot upholding the standards of their class and
school, and were one of the toremost contributors to the Mustang Corral.
They not only have shone in school projects, but National drives, such as
the clothing drive and infantile paralysis and tuberculosis funds.
We can be proud ot our class ot '48.
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READ mom' TO LEFT:
1. lohn Winkler, Ethlyn Wright, Maxine Wright, Maxine Wright, Frances Young
2. Oleta Io Young, Ray Young, Beverly Youngrnan, loan Zardus, Ronald Zarclus,
MISS COX 2. Front row: LewinthaL Georza, Miller, O'I-lays, Mercer, Moran, Udall, Boaz, Ross
Second row: Phillips, Luck. Ziegler, Sheridan, Horsley, Harlin, Kastner. Driqqs, Evans, Bein, Payne
Third row: Cox, Ames, Brown, Iohnson, FoqaL Hale, Stout, Tell, Ferrell, West, Hodder, Hull
MISS COX 3. Front row: Matsuda, Mann, Manney, Brashears, Dana, Harvey, Coe, Murphy, Bayless.
Jennings, Hackett. Second row: Wilson, Iewell, Call, Brooks, Stewart, Wesch, Walls, Schweickhart
Davis, Sagarino, Baldwin Burrows. Third row: Crane, Westerman. Womack, Anthony, Gritner:
Kendall. Nusbaum, McMullan, Hahn, Nama, McCombs.
MISS COX 4. Front row: Luce, Kleinert, Montierth, Stapley, Hatch, Smith, Voegele, Keller. Thomas,
Pettycrew. Second row: Duncan. Brewer, Butler. Rudy, Toy, Scott, Williams, Hein, Gilmore, Boat,
Chrisman. Third row: Rust, Rhodes, Wurl, Sherrill, Marcum, Gillespie, Forsyth, Krolofi, Knewles,
Randolph, Brown, Hollzen.
MISS COX 6. Front row: Bready, Lollis, Crandall, Sikorski, Robinson, Tucker, Rahmatulla, Cram.
Second row: Donaldson, Felfer,
Ham, Neal, Chapman, Brown, Roach. Third row: Forehand, Taiaya
Merrill, Kerns, Benton, Fradin,
MRS. STEVENS 5. Front row:
Welch, Parker, Crosier, Lewton, Foster, Love, Perry, Wells, Lipow
Little. Second row: Duerson,
Osborn, Hill, Donaldson. Mercer, Muehlebach, Doyle, Wade, Paul,
Wallis, Harris. Third row: Redell, Kennedy, Small, Grasham, Iohnson, Best, Baldwin, Hills, Zehr,
Willsey, Phelps, Mobley.
MISS MORGAN 1. Front row: McCarty, Kunze, Kunze, Abell, Penrod, Miller. Second row: Hutch-
son, Murrell, Howard, Iones, Sinili, Williams.
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MISS MORGAN'S Znd: First row: Woodward, Blair, Angle, Zieser, Warner, Williams, Palmer
Snell, Arrott, Stille. Hight. Second row: Mercer, O'Malley, Bullock, Cook, Randolph, Kersh
Costanten, Nelson, Theil. Silvers, Karstadt, Kilpatrick. Third row: Davis, Brown, Brown, Blaisdell
Zavorek, Hollquist, Duddy, Ginn, Dehr, Gehres Cates, Rubel.
MISS MORGAN'S 3rd: First row: Rareal, Aurell, Sebree, Mamus. Davie, Attebery. Second row: Ely
Mitchem, Geimer, Iones, Baldridqe, Rawlins. Third row: Foster, Simmons, Fradin. Fradin, Futerer
MISS MORGAN'S 4th: First row: Reese, Kelley, Mille, Hill, Larson, Thompson, Iohnson, Temple,
Barnett. Second row: Evenson. Young, Pedrick, Hunsucker, Muenzer, McFyre, Harvey, Hobbs
Kerr, Bittick. Third row: Bechtel, Hartup, Evans, Sobal, Unanqst, Wayman. Miller. Abbott
Swanson, Walker, Todesco.
MISS MORGAN 5. Front row: Chastain, Reilly, Iensen, Pearson, Abell, Penrod, Bliss. Second
row: Iones, Allen, Klink. Seabury, Orr, Engstrom. Third row: Francy, Geo. Estes, Cook, Laird,
MISS HICKS 1. Front row: Straus. Stephens, Yates, O'Shea, McKeehan, Bradley, Stevenson, Ham-
ilton, McCulloch, Mathis, Dugan. Green. Second row: Littlefield, Odum, Peterson. Tanner, Giles,
Davis, Sheppard, Reinke. Scott, Clevenger, Iackson, Wachtler, Coker.
MISS HICKS 2. Front row: Lynn. Blanton. Knaack, Matsuda, John, Preston, Osborne, Bartlett,
Kelly, Corpstein. Second row: Gilmore, Heard. Iohnson, Criswell, Kincaid, Sharp. Shank, Iones,
Morris, Pinyan, Kesterson. Third row: Mrs. Hatcher, Olson. Griffith, Hooper, Greer, Michaels,
Reppy, Reinke, Weast, Bunce, McMahon, Saunders.
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MR. MITCHELL 2. Front row: Muller, Seifert, Bachman, Myers, Sadler. Winkler, Schuller. Moore
Scott, Carlson, Thompson. Second row: Smith, Hoage, Pollard, Pollack, Carlisle, B. Stepp, V. Stepp
Bosner, St. Iohn, Bixby, Hobson, Mauck. Third row: Mr. Mitchell, Cooper, Grillen, Beck, Bivin
Alexander, Fike, Iohnson, Henshaw, Bartol, Bradly, Amster.
MR. MITCHELL 5. Front row: Bradley, Abalos, Hogue, Polleson, Cummins, Greenwold, Sandy
Crosby. Reynolds, Iohnson, Iohnson, Spriggs. Second row: Brady, Giebel, Lee. Hayenqa. Akren.
Miller, Batton, Best, Campbell, Heckathorn, Toy. Third row: Schroder, Blake, Bottemiller, Phillips,
Gray. Falk, Harper, Andrews, Erb, Sellers.
MRS. STEVENS 1. Front row: Andersen, Maxwell, Yates, Ramsay. Hawkins. Second row: Ander-
:cn, Soza, Harris, Hocken, Jennings.
MRS. POWERS S. Front row: Coleman. Calvert. Roberson, Umbauqh. Nabors, McElroy, Lee, Pew.
Howard, Waqg. Second row: Sprinkle. Hickman, Dodd, Dees. Iohnston. Frcmkeberger, Fcxucher
Barlow, Tally. Third row: Lawton, Lyons. Jarvis. St. Clair, Williams. Frye. Foote. Grammer. Mrs
MRS. POWERS 7. Front row: Clover, Denton, Phillips, Sapp, Wilson. Bur-ge. Clevenger, Weis.
Smith. Second row: Molindc. Beddome. Oleson. Howard, Wells. Myers, Nelson. Miner. Holqate
'Ihird row: Patterson. Lcrwhorn, Cox, Iohnson. Mulcxpanes, McOucxt. Watkins. Curry, Mrs. Powers.
freshmen Aren'l so
Green as They Seem
This year's Freshmen are not really
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were cr little lost at the beginning of the
year. lt didn't take them long to learn
the school songs and yells, and at the
games they entered into the North High
school spirit with unrestrained en-
Raeburn Dezember, Freshman class presidentg Robert Brown, viCe-presi-
dentg and Dorothy Drummond, secretary-treasurer, have been able and Willing
workers on all the school's many projects and will be in the future, able to
plan and carry out projects to keep North High "the honor school of the West."
MR. WILLIAMS' IA. Front row: Zeiser, Iones, Zehr. Bartee, Murtaqh. Second row: Pearson, Kitts
Bull, Butler, Leisy, Abel. Third row: Backes, Mollring, Huskison, Francis, Calano, Mr. Williams.
MR. WILLIAMS IB. Front row: Henry, Dean, Edelman, Randolph, Overton, Arnold, Pressler. Sec
ond row: Ziegler, Okabayashi, Fuiii, Kobashi, Gellatly, Schonthaler, Mognett. Third row: Scrivano
Schwartz, Perry, Hull, Hill, Carter, Mr. Williams.
MR. WILLIAMS ZA. Front row: Williams. Moses. Schwarz, Macdonald, Heap, W. Martin, Nicholson
Robinson, Brooks, Clark, Amado. Second row: Christy, Huffman, Lee, Roberts, Shadle, Brice, Perry,
Doss, Wing. Stevens, Taylor. Third row: Mr. Williams, I. Martin, R. Iones, Armstrong, G. Iones
Lane, Reader, Cheyne, Shaw, Graves.
MR. WILLIAMS ZB. Front row: Mackey, Woli, Powers, Broadman, Payne, Cokely, Lundy, Stern
Brazeal. Second row: Gray, Cloud, Lewis, McCreary, Haug, Leong, DeBusk, Heussner, Wamer
Third row: Mr. Williams, Fischer, Thomas, Hatcher, Whisenant, Linde, Dabbs, Boone, Spurlock
MR. WILLIAMS 31-X. Front row: Mitchell, Smith, Louderbach, Angle. Vick, King, Long, Mann
Glindmeier, Hunt, Porter. Second row: Solosth. Brown, Scott, Kennedy. Ellefritz. Cardinal, Mittler
Francy, Potocnak, Herden, Miles. Third row: Mr. Williams, Rosenberg. Robertson, Holt, Stone
Slover, Grant, Crossley, Sanders, McCament, Parker.
MR. WILLIAMS 3B. Front row: Lilly, Greer, Mann, George, N. O'Connor, Wheat, Laney, Watson
Cook, C. O'Connor, Storr, Alexander, Soto. Second row: Liem, Sears. Becker. Donaldson, Marshall,
Rienecker, Swaine, Laveen, Iserson, Wagner. Third row: Hurley, McDonald, Harper, Ward. Wilhoit
Grasmoen, Harris, Miller, Merdick, Barr, Barkley, Brown, Mr. Williams.
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MR. WILLIAMS SA. Front row: Heard, Miller, Reich. Thurman, Thomas, Lain, Reisnes, Chuka.
Second row: Siken, Redmon, Fuierer, Bridgeman, Akren, Griffith, Wedqeworth, Iohns, Nichols.
Third row: Mr. Williams, Walker, Deubler, Moore, Lane. Poleeson, Busch, Matsumoto, Emory.
MR. WILLIAMS 6B Front row: Shaw, Palmer. Pritchard. Merrill, Wells. Sloper, Mitchum, Gaines.
Second row: Black. Moore. Henrie, D. Wright. Smith. Newell, Barnes, Sheets. Farris. Third row:
Border, Canary, Pedersen, E. Wright. Reece, lohnson, Young, Welch, Hildonnen, Mr. Williams.
MRS. RASBURY 3A. Front row: Gray, Hamilton, Furr, McCabe, Schwain, Kennedy. Little, Morlrl,
Brewer. Second row: Comon, Barnes, Davis, Fraser, Fletcher, Hicks, Bazzill, Bingham, Hdviland.
Third row: Mrs. Rasbury, Mudersbach. Iustsen, Nichols, Lewis, Condas, Delvin, Cook.
MRS. RASBURY 3B. Front row: Miller, Wilrout, Weber, Rosen, Kerr, Phlegar, Ryan, Mcliasson,
Walker. Baker. Second row: Iohnson, Kimball, Bartsdate, Hulse, Hunt. Berry, Romley, Thompson
Phillips, Dunham, Newby, Mrs. Rasbury.
MRS. RASBURY 4A. Front row: Backs, Griffin, Simpson, Sarlo, Chadbourne, Carson, Fennemore.
Hall, Burger. Second row: Cruil, Ryan, Berry, Powers, Graepler, Stallcup, Jackson, McCarty
Harrison, Cady. Baker. Third row: Cooper, Bonham, Sarten, Slover, Wiedower, Hauq, Durnam
Iennings, Hielsman, King, Kaufman, Mrs. Rasbury.
MRS. RASBURY 4B. Front row: Nitchie. Oliver, Kirby, Broberq, Udall, Bradley, Gollieb, Stephenson
Wierson. Second row: Jennings, Iohnson, Hoel, Soza, Garnaat, Sands. Brown, Pendergrast, Sills
Third row: Bankowski, O'Connor, Black. Wagstaii, Squire, Ruppers. Welch, Posteher, McKelvey
MR. ANDERSON 3A. Front row: Lindley, Andone, Goodson, Michaels, Hill, Rogers, Wilbur, Carter,
Berryman, Lewis, Stevens, Brown. Second row: Malody, Flichinger, Hutchison, Krauth, Slaughter,
Buchman, Grilfy, Chaney, Worbasce, Witchey, Witchey, Cannis. Third row: Rubenstein, Schwish,
White, Moeur, May. Gasing, Ruias, Sinadon, 1-lirshberq, Ames, Hess.
MR. ANDERSON 3B. Front row: Sutter, Pohlman, Downing, Chambers, McCarty, Whitileq, Shater,
Youngman, Underwood, Foote, Tang. Second row: Wauqhn, Worley, Eikner. Barrows, Poulson
Karsatos, Shumaker, Keller, Maidment, Thompson. Evans. Third row: French, Iepko, Izard, Ham
mon, Ashley, Cargill, Silva, Aitkin, Edwards, Pierce, Suter, Wallick, Pettengill.
MR. ANDERSON SA. Front row: Barker, Carter, Leoni, Culling. Dumont, Plumb, Wallace, Larson
Hinshaw, Hallen. Second row: Shaw, Reynolds, Ellsworth, Cox, LaZarr, Laughlin, Odum, Lipowl
Cooley, Swartz, Stites. Third row: Williams, Calyer, Roach. Patrick, Manette, Smithson, Alexander
Duke, Mast, Dunlap.
MR. ANDERSON SB. Front row: Sargent, Wynn, Wallis, Dohner, Bullard, Goldblatt, Kyle, Pearson
Bennett, Harper. Second row: Redmon, Grilley, Pankoke, S. Brown, B. Brown, Gilbert, Unger
Brandt. Monroe. King. Third row: Gellatly, Vance, Walker. Miller, Redell, Redmon, Sanders, Lee
Simpson, Bowles, Harris.
MRS. HANSEN 2A. Front row: Kirk, Lott, Davis, Kerr. Avalos, Donn, Toy, Allen. Second row
Smith. Drummond. Iustice, Lively, Tate, Alexander, Vick, Mathews, Wynn. Third row: Hansen
Allen, Allison, Padgett. Price, Wood, Brown, Young, Adelson.
MRS. HANSEN 2B. Front row: Haris, Zabriskie, Mielson, Williams, Hall, Mouritson, Iordan, Stipek
Second row: Bullard, Cohen, Wade, Murphy, Ellison, King, Bell, Peck. Third row: Hergatt, Zopy
Bates, Barnes, Craig, Eads, Schuler, Giebel, Poleeson, Hansen, Wells, Deatheraqe.
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MRS. HANSEN 41-X. Front row: Olin, Hanks, Hunnicutt, Keeble, Beekmann, Wagner, Peterson
Spitalny, McAllister, Gentry, Basham, Iacques. Second row: Child. Lewis, Grab, Ake, Shook
Carter, Winsor, Preston, Frost, Holt, Hunter, Dudley. Third row: Reqer. Reed, Skinner, Ledbetter,
Smith, Latham, Hurley, Wallace, Whitlatch, Hunt, Brown, Mrs. Hansen.
MRS. HANSEN 4B. Front row: McFate, Dear, Kiehler, Evans. Pound, Hayden, Reed, Ingersoll,
De Berg, Greer. Second row: Hansen, McBroom, McGrath, Nomura, Shapiro, Brown, Kwartoski
Scarbro, Ziegler, Scaqgs, Dezember, Mrs. Hansen.
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Phyllis Stout. Douglas Cook, Iean Bingham, Iris Chester, Peggy Scott, Tommy Hurley, and Iecm Laughlin pack books
lris Chester, chairman ot the Service Chairmen is putting another "Book for Russia" in the
bookcase. Collecting books for Russia is just one of the many service projects which the stu-
dents of North High have undertaken.
Mr. Stanley Cardon's homeroom is
shown here with their collection ol
clothes. Clothes, food, and money were
collected by the different homerooms
and sent to Norway. France, Holland,
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Holland, and France. Miss Howatt is holding a box that is ready to send, and Marilyn Smith
is keeping a list of what is going into the box that is being packed.
Miss Ruth Adams' homeroom collected stuffed animals for their service project. Boys and
girls cut material, and stuffed and sewed these animals for the Red Cross. They Were dis-
tributed to children of needy families all over the country.
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Under the able leadership ot Ianice Falk, the Quill and Scroll club has done much to
further journalism in the school. This club is formed of the students in the publications de-
partment. Two oi its most important functions are the publishing ot the school paper once
every two Weeks and ot the Hooibeat publication.
The Boxing Club not only helps to build the body, but it provides entertainment for many
people during halves of the basketball games by having matches and by playing commando
basketball. The Boxing Club is headed by Dick Norton, president, Ronald Prator, vice presi-
dent, and Charles Forsyth, secretary.
BOXING CLUB: First Row:
Froncy. Dezember. Boone.
Second Row: Lindley, Forsyth,
Marker. Prater. Norton. Raey.
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dolph. Cook. Hein, Westerman, Fyke, Rollard, Mercer. Mills. Engstrom. Second Row: Luce, Ziezer, Coe. Sherman.
Dodd, Zerrell, Chrisman, Lewton. Orsborn. Little, Foster, Hodges. Aurell. Iones. Ginn, Larson, Morris. Third Row:
Buner, Bradly, Hartup, Blair. Sohol. Sherrill. Steward, Smith, Murphy, Miller, Gray, Snell, Iennings, Wylie, Davie,
Randolph, Sebree, Brown, Kesterson, Mercer, Johnson, Stevenson, Barnett, Johnson. Fogal.
The Live Wires Club, under the supervision of Mr. Vernon Hathcock, offers an opportunity
tor students interested in radio to go through local broadcasting stations and study different
conditions therein. They also hold two Way radio broadcasting demonstrations.
Legio Honoris, under the sponsorship of Miss Anna Schlicter, is an organization of second
year Latin students who tind entertainment in exercising their skill in speaking the
of the ancient Roman Empire.
LIVE WIRES. Front row: Hodder, Tang. Mitchell, Blaisdell, Bittick, Smith.
Harper, Lawton, Harris, Wallace. Second row: Underwood. Mann. Hutchinson,
Zieser, Boucher, Dumont, Sprinkle, Warner, Robinson, Worley. Third row:
Kerr, Lyons, Miner, Haggard, Nelson. Coker. Hathcock, Best, Loftis, Zieser.
Kennedy. Hopkins. Baldwin.
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HI-Y. Front row: Katsenes. Ianssen, Peterson, Winkler, Virieze, Pedrick. Inman.
Leathers. Seccnd row: Greer, Owens. Ferrell, Bacon. Zuendel, Vick. Norton.
Third row: Dill, Goodson. Donaldson, Peterson, Edelman. Griswold, Robbing.
Harvey, Aitkin, Hills, Manning, Peterson. Peader. Prator, Iones.
To create Christian ideals and good fellowship in the home, the school,
and the community is the purpose of the Hi-Y Club. The sponsors of the club
are Mr. Thomas lnman of North Phoenix, and Mr. Edward Shaw of the YMCA.
The president of the club was Harold Dill, and Larry Reader was vice-
If you hear an explosion in the Science Building during the club periods,
it's probably the result of an experiment made by a member of the Science
Club who is trying to find out what makes an atom bomb explode.
The Club is under the supervision of Mr. C. A. Brown, who teaches chem-
istry. Bill Mooney was president of the club this year.
SCIENCE CLUB. Front row: Scrivano, Rienecker. Sandy, McClcmahan, Nehls.
Williams, Strickler. Second
Ariztequi. Westerwick, Tuce,
Thomas. Linxwiler. Sherman.
Mr. Brown. Reger. Frazier.
row: Carollo, Stanheigan. Delvin, Turner, Fannin,
Cuthbertson, Winkler, Anger. Third row: Mooney.
Schultz, Begley. Frazier. Lowry, Golden. Iantzen,
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RUSSIAN CLUB. Front row:
Sherill, Meyers. Cooper,
Rogers. Second row: Ow-
en. Pedrick. Benson.
The students, possessing the true western spirit, are always eager to try
something new. The method of teaching Russian is altogether new. Since no
Russian speaking teacher was available, self-instruction records have been
obtained and under the guidance of Mr. Frederick Mitchell, the students are
going ahead with their study ot Russian.
Any parent will testity to the fact that high school students love to talk-
and talk they will even it they must join a speech club to do so.
The North Phoenix Speech Club is more than a mere "gab-session" how-
ever, and over a period of years has earned the reputation ot walking oil
with top honors in any event in which they participate.
SPEECH CLUB. Front row: Bein, Snow, Brown. Tyke. Hinshaw. Second row:
Chuku, Parker. Iennings, Klink, McCarty. Third row: Chrismcm, Liem. Watts.
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HOWDY PARDNERS. Front row: Kunze, Parker, Iennings, Evans, Edelman, Craft. Second row: Bein. Chuka. Kunze,
Muehlebach, Broberq, Bradley, McAllister, Payne, Snow, Iordan. Wells, Donn, Fennimore, Watrous, Bates. Miss Gcrthings.
The Howdy Pardners have helped new girls to establish themselves here by holding
various functions so that girls could get acquainted.
Serving as otticials are president, Marilyn Brobergg vice-president, Mary Bergstresserg
secretary-treasurer, Lael Muehlebachy and publicity, Elaine Bein,
The club is under the supervision of Miss Miriam Gathings.
The Auditorium Club has aided in ushering iirstnighters to our school programs. This
group of girls also served as ushers in the "Town Hall Meetings ot the Air."
Serving as officers of the club are Captain Shirley Smith and Co-Captain Evelyn Duncany
Miss Miriam Gathings is the club's advisor.
AUDITORIUM CLUB. Front row: Sharp. Michalls, Duncan, Bonham. Becker. Second row: Stevenson, Wells, Hamel. Bue-
ford, Abbott. Carlton. Third row: Miss Gcxthinqs. Dohner, Srnith, Atteberry, Carter, Peevy.
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ROTC BAND. Andrews. Arrolt, Barkley, Bazzil, Beard, Brock, Brooks. Best, rice. Cary, Casey, Cassidy. Cates. Cavi
ness, Christians, Coconower, Conat, D. Cook, I. Cook, Creamer, Cuthbertson, C. Davis, M. Davis, Dear. Delvin. Evans
Eymann, Farrell, Petter, Fitzwater, Frazier, Finterer, Goodson. Grant, Greer, Grant. Hannelly, Hess, Holroyd Holt
Hulse. Iames. C. Ianson, D. Iunson, Jennings, Iohnson, Kichler, King, Lewkowitz. Lowry, E. Luce, H. Luce, Marshall
McGuire, McMahan, Miller, Miller, D. Miller, Mills, Mitchell. Montierth, Moran, Morris, Muehlebach, Nehles, Newby
Pedrick, Peterson, A. Phillips, M. Phillips, Poleeson, Riencker, Rogers, Sadler, Sands, Schilt, Short, Siglin, Siken
Slutteen, Small, Smith, Squire, Southwick, Sutter, Swift, Terrell, Vaughn, Wallace, Walser, Watts, Welch, West, Wil
liams, Wilrout, Wylie, Bechtel, Domby, George.
Members of the North Phoenix High School Bond are seen ot the top
of the poqe, under the direction of Mr. Jesse Sedberry ond Glen Short, student
MIXED GLEE CLUB. Front row: Brooks, Papera, Branning, Ely, Geimer, Orr,
Nabors, Liem, Hanny. Cooke. Second row: Cummins, Svob, Simmons, Cook,
Sherman, Fradin, Moore, Fradin, Abbott. Third row: Barwick, Hiller, Crane,
Bull, Alford. Moore, Walser, Greenwold, Miss Polinq.
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Hare, spicy entertainment with a professional touch-we found both in
one of the dramatic highlights of the year, the junior-senior play, thanks to
the fine direction of Miss Lucille Hicks.
Choosing for their play, the broadway hit of last year, the upperclassmen
presented "Janie", with all of its love entanglements, business deals and Wild
The plot revolved around the antics of Ianie Colburn, who found it a
problem to decide between the handsome soldier, Dick Lawrence, who swept
her off her feet and her tried and true, home town boy friend, Scooper Nolan.
They were delighted audiences who filed out of the auditorium on the
nights of November 9 and lO and whose general comment was "The best
high school play ever presented."
The stage in the auditorium of North High
provides entertainment for the school and in-
teresting hours for many. It gives students an
opportunity to "tread the boards" and absorb
the love oi the theater in their blood. in present-
ing assemblies and other productions, they
gain valuable experience.
FUTURE FARMERS. Front row: Pellet. Wells, Perry. Gelatly. Welch, French. Brown. Second row:
Miller. Harqrave. Johnson. Butler. Begley. Whisenant. Evans. Third row: Krolott. Hess. Baldwin.
Iohnson. Olsson. Talbott. Willsey. Ashley, Draper. Shadle, Hirshberq. Back row: Isabell. Wharton.
STADIUM CLUB. Front row: McKnight. Lively. Iustice. Kirby. Erb, Harper. Oliver. O'Shea. Batton,
Bingham. Georgene. Mclntyre. Bliss. Second row: Lewis. Coleman, Hodder. Taylor. Hunt. Van
Ess. Duncan, Michaels. Hudack. Browning. Payne. Blaisdell, Hooqstra. Third row: Iohnson. Zar-
dus. Forsythe. Carlin. Bill. Gree. Miller, Craft, Brown. Powell. Downn. Rowley. Ariztequi. Baldwin.
The Stadium Club, under the direction ot Mr. C. A. Brown, serves the
school and football fans by ushering at the games. During their spare time,
they also kept score.
The North High Future Farmers have led the chapter in great honors
this year by their outstanding garden projects. The Club has been under the
leadership of Fred Olsson, with Mr. Fred Draper as their sponsor.
FRENCH CLUB. Front row: Bland, Beth, Kiehler, Falk, McConaughey, Fannin, Udell. Iones. Fletcher.
Sario. Second row: Rosenberg, Atteberry, Coleman, Schwartz. Brown, Hales, Abbott, Hyde. Third
row: Brock, Pederson, Schiele, Koerner, Carter, Blair, Bowman, Reppel, Cassell, Martin, Harvey.
The French Club, under the sponsorship oi Miss Martha White, has com-
pleted another year oi interesting activity. Parlez-vous francais? Ouil
ln reality, the math club is the homeroom of Miss Edna Contriss. The
students in this homeroom indulge in racking their brains for the correct answer.
MATH CLUB: First Row: Contris, Scott. Moore, Holmes, Troxel, Davies, Gary, Rogers, Charles.
Harvey. Second Row: Thurston, Coleman. Sekaquaptewa, Bacon, Greer, Zundel, Katsenes, Farrow,
Vaughn, Robertson, Watson, Goodson. Third Row: Cook. Donaldson, Matsumoto. Urieze, Quaken-
bush, Robbins, Roach, Black, Talbott, Griswold, Patterson. Ianssen. Durham, Tucker, Frazier.
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Hammontree, Baucher. Pixley, Naylor.
Second row: Marlin, Kelley, Sedberry.
"Welcome back," is the thought in each student's mind when he chances
to pass one of the returned fellows from the service.
We all say "Thanks fellows," and hope that they can match up on the
years they have lost in regard to their studies. While We are on the subject, we
,V will have to admit that they are raising the standards of the classes they are
. . g in. Eager, alert, co-operative-should sum them up.
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THESPIANS: First Row: Kempton, Shultz, Carollo, Yeager, Dabbs, Aurell, Hill, Flynn, Ferrell.
Second Row: Cheshire, Stewart, Hawkins, Palmer, Sill, Swift, Brock, Williams. Third Row: Miss
Hicks, Randolph, Ianson, Sallcup, Dill, Davich, Green, Dickey, Bohn, Toney.
ABC LATIN CLUB: First Row: Bullock, Wright, Bowman, Sheldon, Sullivan, Cuthbertson. Second
Row: Washburn, Durden, Thompson, Mooney, MacDonald, Howard, Ariztequi. Third Row:
Miss Schlichter, Kelley, Spance, Lewkowitz, Green, Hobson, Koerner.
The Thespians, our aspirinq actors and actresses, under the direction of
Miss Lucille Hicks, meet to discuss the problems and opportunities in all phases
of the stage. Thespians try not only to gain experience for professions, but
also to develop a taste and appreciation for drarna.
The ABC, Good Friends ot Cicero, is The Third Year Latin Class under
the leadership of Miss Anna Schlicter.
LIBRARY CLUB. Front row: Kersh, Kendall, Hein,"Calll' Larson, Mercer. Second
row: Wood, Matuseureiz, McCulloch. Brown, Buckles, Maxwell. Third row:
Hayes. lanssen. Heard, Smithsorx, Young, Reese.
The Library Club, under the direction ot Miss Genevieve Carlton and Mrs.
Marian Reddic, is limited to girls who are taking library training. They get
together to know one another better and share interests in books. Each Christ-
rnas the Library Club has a poinsetta sale to buy new books for the library.
The Fidelis Club, ,sponsored by Mrs. Gwendolyn Beaver and Mrs.
Anna Lou Yancy, for girls interested in homernaking, promotes interest in
better, more efficient homemaking.
lt also helps develop poise and grace through its social activities.
FIDELIS CLUB. Front row: Olin, Lipow. Carson, Beckman. Zabriske, Reese. Grasham, Spaid, Frasier.
Second row: Hoff. Kichler, Davis. Van Akin, Klienert, Rahmatulla, Cram, Johnson, Hunter, Nehls.
Third row: Mrs. Beaver. Griffin, Cassell, Keller. Rawlings, Maxwell. Moore, Harper. Mrs. Yancy.
RIFLE TEAM. Front Row: Wurl. Laird, Warner, Holdrige, Franklin, Gray, Duerson. Back Row: Cash
Palmer, Bunce, Wharton, Tolleson, Wallace, Wasielewski, Cox, Sullivan, Snell, Sgt. Sherridan.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB. Front row: Iennings, Pound, Fennimore, Broberg, Evans, Gotlieb, Bradley
Hall, Brown. Second row: Lively, Oliver, Barnhard, Kirby, Kaufman. Kwiatkoski, Frost, Wagstail
Squire, Pollard, Phillip. Third row: Bottemiller, Child, Dear. Ahlene, Cooper, Gentry, Holt, Crull
Iohnson, Natchie, Hoel, Carter, Basham, Sills.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB. Front row: Simpson, Beekman, Sarla, Wagner. Carson, White, Dohner, Wierson
Second row: Groh, Leura, Graephler, de Berqe, Spitalny, Stout, Preston, Winsor, Baker, Linniny
Gardner. Third row: Greer, Hunter, Hickman, McAllister, Berry, Dudley, Iacques, Gary, Overton:
Downing, Stevenson, Shook, Ake, Lewton. Cram.
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GIRLS GLEE CLUB 2: First Row: Miller, Morgan, Shults, Eschemer, McDonald, Christy. McMullan,
Shiner, Iackson. Second Row: Marcum, Harwood, Loving, Beaman, Spitanly, Stephenson, Abbott.
Schwartz. Third Row: Denton, Ball, Tribble. Small. Davis, Snow, Kayetan, Graves, Katsenes.
GIRLS GLEE CLUB 1: First Row: Van Zandt, Slaughter. Burrall. Meyers. Kempton. Propati. Solosth.
Second Row: Attebury. Anthony, Lee, Campbell, Coplan. Rawlings, Arnold. Third Row: Chastain.
Akers. Ogden, Nesmith, Hill, Bullock, Flynn. Randolph, Worthington. Mr. Sedbury.
GIRLS GLEE CLUB 3: First Row: Manning, Naylor, Pew. Beasley, Keith, King, Reedy. Second
Row: Newnam, Hannelly, Iohnson, Fisackerly, Draper, Evans, Hinshaw, Combs. Third Row: Young.
Holder, Dobbs, Volmer, Iansen, Ha-ys, Brooks, Dudley.
ART CLUB. Front row: Schwarz, Hanny. Wynn, Bennett, Little, Bell, Deubler,
Childers. Second row: Chaney, McCarty, Young, Stephenson, Shook, Bridges,
Delvin. Hoel, Montierth. Third row: Mcliroom, Gauthier, Searbro, Holderby.
Baskin. Hatcher, Rubenstein, Smith, Shanks, Simpson.
To promote an interest in art, a new club has been formed ot which Dannie
McBroom is president, Madlon Montierth, vice-president, and Barbara Hanny,
During the meetings Art Appreciation, chalk talks, and games concerning
art are discussed and demonstrated.
Creative writing and expressing and receiving constructive criticism of
literary work is the main purpose ot the Crazy Quills sponsored by Miss Helen
A. Morgan. The officers this year are Ioe Lewis, president, Betty Lou Gilbert,
Devora Costantin, and Virginia Backes.
CRAZY QUILLS. Front row: Udall, Hicks, Backes, Harrison. Gotlieb. Fletcher.
Lipow. Overton. Second row: Roach, Unger, Stevenson, Iones, Costurb, Hedrick.
Third row: Iordan, Reich, White. Brown. Refnese. Thompson, Davich. Coe.
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ESPANLATA 7th: First Row: Nitchie, Iohnson, Overton, Crull, Cohen, Lipow, Moore, Wierson.
Second Row: Thompson, lordan, Pankoke. Ake, Brown, Newell, Hoff, Iohnson. Third Row: Sheets,
Huskinson, Moore, Dnninq, Lee, Walker, Cook, Arnold, Henry.
ESPLATA 8th: First Row: McCrem'y. Squire, Mc!-'cxle. Evans, Spitulny. Second Row: Vick, Galbraith,
Cady, Ellsworth, Baker, Henry, Martin.
Students who are taking either beginning Spanish or Latin and are inter-
ested in foreign languages, compose the Espanlta Club. The purpose ot this
group is to acquaint the students with both languages and further their interest
in this subject. All discussions are held in either Spanish or Latin. Miss Eva
Edwards is the sponsor.
Girl Reserves is a national club affiliated with the YWCA whose purpose
it is to have a wholesome good time for girls, and in so doing develop perso-
nality and leadership.
Among some of the many activities are dances, swimming parties, and
overnight trips to Rosemary Lodge. President of the club is Bea Teeter, and
Miss Vera Boyington is sponsor of the group.
Are they learning strategy or just having fun with the Chess Club? The
club, sponsored by Mr. Dewey Marker, gives students a chance to show their
skill in chess, and one may learn to play, too!
GIRL RESERVES: First Row: Iones, Zabriski, Miller, O'Shecr, McKesson, Turner, Repell, Phillips,
Ianssen. Second Row: Westermann, Hinshaw, Teeter, Fyke, Hariland, Abell, Thell, Marks, Nilchle,
Cook. Third row: Sarlow, Kimball, Rogers, Iensen, Monroe, Essery. Schuller, Page. Gartside.
CHESS CLUB: First Row: Mover, Cook, Rawlins, Mittler. Stallcup, Klalt, Martin. Second Row: Ped-
rick, Luce, Eaton, Akin, Cuthbertson Deelvin, Green.
PARNASSUS SENIORS: First Row: Palmer, Kosin, Bland. McKesson, Howard, Turner, Reppel, Raw-
lins Second Row: Sherrill, Ariztequi, Brown. Parker, Hannley, Fannin, Falk, Liem, M. Wood,
B. Wood. Third Row: Sandy, Luce, Hallen, Turner, Akin, Schmitt, Mooney, Stallcup, Cassell,
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PARNASSUS IUNIORS: First Row: Harringlon, Iohnson, King, Schilt, Brooks, Hess. Carollo, Udell,
Parsons. Second Row: Wesierwick, Beamen, McDonald, Ruddell, Sheldon, Beck, Iansen, Pursley.
Stegner, Snow, Koemer. Third Row: Hudack, Strickler, Cuthberlson, Griswold, Reinhardt, Green,
Shennan, Vick, Delvin.
The Pdrncrssus Club is composed of students mcrkinq 14 or more qrcrde
points edch semester. Under the sponsorship of Miss Ruth Adams, the officers
for the first semester were Kdrl Turner, president Grace Ariztequi, vicepresi-
PARNASSUS SOPHOMORES: First Row: Hawkins, Iewell, Beck, Tanner, Stapley, Jennings, Reese,
Schwartz. Second Row: Hobson, Maxwell, Thompson, Butler, Randolph. Chrisman. Third
Row: Thomas, Snell, Palmer, Blair, Bunce, Hartup, Coe, Luce, Mercer.
PARNASSUS FRESHMEN: First Row: Kerr, Evans, Fennemore, Bradley, Harrison, Hulse, Mortsen.
Second Row: Iohnson, Palmer, Lipow, Roach, Colyer, Brown, Thompson. Third Row: Miller,
Nitchie, Rubenstein, Morton, Lee, Alexander, Gottlieb.
dent: Marcia Brown, secretary: and Mary Louise Turner, treasurer.
Those for the second semester were Vic Randolph, president, Bill Mooney,
vice-presidentp Ianice Falk, secretaryg and Betty Lou Fannin, treasurer.
ROTC CLUB: First Rein: C , McClain, Williams, Iantzen, Sims, G. Francis Crosby, Harvey,
Griswold, Bacon, Gray, Adams. Second Row: Wallace, Meeks, Cahoon, Roach, Farrell. Lloyd.
Perry, Hull, Lewkowitz, Creamer, Goodson, Cuthbertson, Sekaquaptewa, McKinney. Third Row:
Goss, Parsons, Ciruzzi, Pensinger, Short, Armstrong, Iohnson, Bassiord, Wharton, Forline, I. Francis.
Heath, Andrews, Pedrick, Dill, Prator, Cocanower, Robbins, Patterson, Buzan, Sergeant Sheridan.
The three bright spots in the school calander tor the ROTC Club are the
two Military Balls and the ROTC initiation banquet. These events are put on
each year by the ROTC Club, a group open to all cadets who have attained the
rank of guide seargent.
Col. Bob Wallace, acted as honorary president of the club, While active
president was Bill Case.
Other officers Were: Vice-President, Band Captain Genn Shorty and Secre-
tary, Lt. Iohn Vinson.
The blue sweater and varsity letter means something special, the wearer
is a member ot one ot the hardest to quality for organizations in school.
This is the Letterman's Club which is composed of boys who have earned
a letter in State Athletics by playing in their respective sports.
Otticers for the year are Adron Reichert, president: Fred Olson, vice-presi-
dent: Chuck Ellsworth secretary-treasurer, and Bill Landis Sergeant-in-arms.
LETTERMEN'S CLUB: First Row: Ciruzzi, Troxel, Karam, Hammontree, Logan, Boetto, Weaver,
Householder, Greaves, Isumi, Norton. Second Row: Hamilton, Reader, Shaw, Stoops, Dill, Olsson.
Talbott, Tarbell, Ellsworth, Reichert. Third Row: Hammett, Meloche, Goss, Forline, Gibson, Busey,
Spurlcck, Aitken, Dunlap, Landis, Bassford, Decker.
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As comic strip characters, the members of the Girl's League attended
their fourth annual Coed Dance. This dance was sponsored by the Girl's
League with the idea of promoting a good time for girls, Music is provided
by good reliable Mr. luke Box and refreshments are served. Games are also
available and a good time is had by all.
At Right-the Girls League Cabinet pro-
vides the iloor show at the Coed Dance.
Below-Comic strip characters dancing
to the music of the iuke box. Breathless
Mahoney! Patty Stapleyl and B. O.
Plenty Uulienne Ienningsl are seen
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This annual ceremony, presented by the
military department, is always ot memorable
occasion. It expresses the school spirit in a
manner which emphasizes the patriotism ot
the individual student.
The military band, headed by Glen Short,
adds to the beauty of the ceremony as the
R.O.T.C. regiments march in parade to display
the orderly procession.
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It's "a snowinf' and everyone's in bright warm clothes
singing Christmas carols with sleigh bells in the background.
That's the Christmas assembly, of course, one of the most
colorful assemblies of the year, with Mr. lesse Sedberry direct-
ing the Boy's and Girls' Glee Club.
lt seems a tar cry from our cowboys and cactus, but we
Westerners have a great respect for old traditions, maybe
cause ours are so young.
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Leit to right: Reding. Layetcm, Malling, Hall. McCombs. Straus. Woodward. Whelpton, Chuku.
Sitting, left to right on couch: Goodson: Marcum, Kosin. Kerr. Standing left to right, back oi couch:
Hunnicutt: Sheldon. Voeqle.
Being pursued by thirteen women who thought he was "so cute" was
the fate of Charles Strouss in the assembly in which he can say nothing but
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lightness at the Mid-Winter Concert, presented I i 532
by the Music Department under the direction of
Mr. Iesse Sedberry and Miss Sylvia Poling.
Student assemblies had both a
funny and a serious side Humerous
antics old style vaudeville and
swing music constitute Joyous enter
tainment Robert Brock and Richard
Rodgers Cupper left? are demonstrat
ing their Rastas and Sambo act
Louie Bohn lack Roberts and Ierry
Davich hold the audience during the
Roundup assembly. ln the Russian
ballet Ioan Moore and Shirley
Shultz dance in front ot the expres-
sive background painted by the art
department. Paul Cocanower and his
orchestra are really "in the groove."
On the serious side Charlotte Ogden,
Clark Hale, Marial Slaughter, and
Gloria Hallquist help present the
Lincoln's Birthday assembly.
This cute little crooner is Ruth Gotlieb, one
of the singers who have entertained us this
A great deal of credit tor the high quality
of assemblies this year goes to the advanced
dramatics class under the supervision of Miss
The subject for the Public Discussion Contest, an annual oratorical event
sponsored by the Rotary Club, was "Youth Faces the World ot Today and
Tomorrow." The class winners from North High competed against winners
from Phoenix Union.
loyce lennings, freshman girl, representative, and Ruth Essex, junior girl
were the only North High students who were chosen to compete in the finals,
in which loyce lennings placed second. The first prize of S40 went to Sol Gould,
loyce received S25 and 3615 was given to Howard Liebow, third place.
North High class winners were: freshmen, loyce lennings and lohn Good-
seng sophomores, lulienne Jennings and Howard Klinkg juniors, Ruth Essex
and Clark Hale, seniors, Bonidell Barrows and Vance Whipple.
One of the best assemblies of the year was the "United Nations" assembly.
Shown below from left to right are Kerr, Smith. Akers, King, Rey. Pastehar,
Ashey, Swiit, Wasielewski, Blaine. Alford. and Harvey.
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Shown at the left is the picture of
one of the many busy moments in
the North High Ticket Office. The
work of the Ticket Office is one of
the busiest in the school. Without
it our school's dances, plays, and
other entertainment features could
not be presented as smoothly as they
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Promoting the betterment of Pan-
American relations is one of the im-
portant bonds that hold together the
United States and our neighbors to
the South. Miss Howatt is explain-
ing points of traveling interest in
Mexico to her Spanish Class.
What could be more essential to a
secretarial course than Miss White's
typing class! for one of the first re-
quirements of a secretary is that she
lt's hard work teaching two
of the rnost important subjects
in the school, science and Eng-
lish, but Mr. Wm. C. Vaughn,
Mr. Dewey Marker, and Mr.
Lew K. Barney are doing a good
job in their prospective fields.
fllbovel The students drarnatize
one of the plays in their litera-
ture hooks under the super-
vision ot Mr. Barney. lAt lettl An
experiment in Mr. Vaughn's
general science class holds the
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Here We have several boys from wood and
auto shops, Working viqorously on their projects.
ln wood shop they have an opportunity to
learn to make furniture and many other useful
ohjectsy While in auto shop the boys are taught
the fundamentals of automobile maintenance,
construction, and repairs. These classes are
many times hard work and many times fun.
In the picture above Mr. Shade is showing the
intricacies ot the inlaid desk tcp to Iesus Villaverde
and Lloyd Phillips ot his industrial shop class. Above.
Iesus Villaverde works laborously on his lathe.
Lett, Cecil Phillips and Newton Huey weld on
ircn qirders with their blow torches. Above. Ice
Griffith, Cecil Phillips, Bob Adams and Newton Raey
listen attentatively while Mr. lack Provost, instructor
ot auto shop, explains the whys and wheretores ot
the automobile engine.
The agricultural development of our school,
headed by Mr. Fred Draper, has probably given
students interested in this type of Work, more
practical experience than any other course. The
department operates under the Smith-Hughes
Vocational plan and is partially financed by
the Federal Government. Its aims are to train
and develop leadership in farming, give stu-
dents the proper technical and practical experi-
ence, and assist boys to become established in
farming. A subsiduary department of the Agri-
cultural class is the Future Farmers of America,
a National organization with several chapters
in Arizona. Their club sponsors cooperative
farming, and ambitious members of the agri-
cultural class carry on the work with the aid
of modern farm machinery on the North High
plot, at the lunior College, where vegetables are
raised and sold to our cafeteria.
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The day the Roundup comes
out is always a big one for the
Iournalism Department. The
coming event is heralded on the
loudspeaker system with clever
commercials and skits worked
out by the staff members, and
at noon the journalism and pub-
lication students set up their
tables and distribute the papers
ose Who have subscrip-
ther students canvass
the campus selling extra copies.
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The Homemaking department has had another successful year. Among courses offered
was child guidance in which children from theages of 2 to 5 were observed. This type of class
has been offered for seven years and remains one of the most popular. Mrs. Beaver is the
instructor. Among the other Classes are home management, Cooking, Sewing, and human
Under supervision of Miss Anna Lou
Nancy, Alice Rawlins and Camille King
learn the nacks of sewing.
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Here at North High the students really live
up to the reputation teen agers have for fads
and fashions. They started out this year by
participating in the nation's bubble craze. The
girls went all out for ballet slippers, leaving
their choice ot last year, saddles and loaters, to
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Van Iohnson, Cornel Wilde, Greqory Peck, and
June Allyson decorated the locker doors this
year, but the typical high school boy's car
really tops everythinqy the boys buy rundown
vehicles and paint and Work them over until
they are really proud of them.
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Explaining the bone structure
of the body to a biology student
is one of the many things that
Mrs. Elsie Chason, biology
teacher, enjoys doing.
Francis Duerson, student, is
interested in knowing the tor-
rnation ot the bone he broke in
Biology is an extremely tas-
cinating subject and the stu-
dents ot North High thoroughly
appreciate the Work of the
teachers who add to our scien-
Mrs. Charlotte Cockerell shows her interest in the American background,
while Mr. Icxmes Carter is industriously working with the business population
In the picture to the right Miss Frances Kapanke helps Barbara I-lanny on
a textile desiqn, as Hallie Hollingsworth looks on. Lower right shows one ol
the many pieces of creative sculpture work done by the art students. Lower
left: one ot the three art classes.
Who cares if the cafeteria isn't finished, when the students can sit out on the lawns to
eat lunch! Of course, on rainy days, it was nice to be allowed to be given rooms in the build-
ings, but there is nothing like picnicking. Happily, even the joy of eating outside is now un-
necessary, the cafeteria is completed and hot lunches and sandwiches are being served.
What would a high school annual be if it weren't for the signatures of your
friends in an about the cover and pages? Shown here are some of the students
signing annuals after they had received them last spring. This is one of the
things that a high school student looks forward to after buying his annual. One
of these days in the future you can get out your annual and say to your old
school churn, "You signed that back in l946."
PASS IN REVIEW-and the
regiment is brought to attention
preparatory to parading past
the reviewing oiticers. Shown
above are the staii otticers and
their American Legion guests on
the reviewing line.
THE REGIMENT is given an op-
portunity periodically to demon-
strate their militaristic ability in
patriotic downtown parades.
Serqeant Sheridan, new assistant
of Military Science and Tactics, who
formerly served as a member of the
U. S. Occupation iorces in Germany
and eleven years in the Army. has a
wide range oi experience. and his able
instruction has enabled our unit to
make an outstanding success of the
Banzai!!! Members of our ROTC unit
go "over the top" in extended order
ROTC marches downtown in the
Armistice day parade.
The Military Department of North High has per-
haps brought more honor to our school than any
other group. Last year, Military Night was won by
our regiment and it has consistantly lead a War
Department "Honor Rating." Our rifle team, which
suffered some minor setbacks this year because of
inexperienced personnal, came in fifth in the ninth
Service Command area, fired in the National Inter-
Collegiate Matches and made a remarkable record
in the Senior Hurst Contest. Under the able guidance
of Major Magee and our new instructor Sergeant
Sheridan, our regiment expects to bring even more
honors to our school by defeating our rival, the Phoe-
nix Union Unit, in all coming military contests.
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HOOFBEATS STAFF. Klink, Reich, McKesson, Kempton. Tanner, Stapley.
Second row: Jennings, Thornburg, Sherrill, Hoelzen, Harvey, Brooks, Bohn,
REPORTERS. Ludwig. Hodges, L. Mercer, I. Mercer, Hedrick. Second row:
Sellers. Iennings, Muehlebuck, Tanner, Stapley, Thornburg. Third row: Iewell,
Sebree, Hawkins, Lipow, Iones, Andrews, Eaton.
The importance of "being in the know" about such scoops as the returns
of the Student Body election-the bored disinterest in the paper when it Comes
out, for after all, "Don't we know everything that's in it?" the modest pointing
out of one's own stories-these are all advantages of one who works on our
bi-week1y school paper, the Mustang Roundup.
Besides student approval, the Mustang Roundup earned All-American
rating, which is awarded by the National Press Association. This makes the
fourth year of winning the honor.
Under the direction of Paul Reinhardt as editor, the editorial staff worked
long and hard to put out a fine paper. The members of this staff were Don
Iansen, managing editorg Ianice Falk, news editor, and Pat Small, feature editor.
At the end of the first semester the following were chosen to serve as an
assistant editorial board: Elizabeth Hawkins, Iulienne lennings, Dorothy Iewell,
Sally Sebree, Patty Stapley, and Norma Tanner. Members of the art staff were
Doug Cook, Bill Eaton, and Dave Manning. The photographers were Milton
Harvey, Louie Bohn, Don Hoelzen, and Howard Klink.
Front Row: Klink, Riech. McKesson, Kempton, Tanner, Stapley. Second Row: Ienninqs, Thornberq,
Sherrill. Hoelzen, Harvey, Brooks, Bohn, Howard, cmd Cook.
Bottom Picture, Across: Harvey, Turner, Sherill, Falk, Iantzen, McKesson, Cordon, Reich.
The Hoofbeats, North High's annual, requires long hours of work by editors,
copy writers and photographers.
Co-editors Nancy McKesson and Mary Sherrill directed and worked with
the following staff: Business Manager, Paul Reich, Photographers, Milton
Harvey Chead photographerl, Louie Bohn, Don Hoelzen, Howard Klink... Those
working on the art work were Pat Parker, Lettering, Iirn Knowles, Title Page
Silhouettes, Brice Schuller, Dry Brush Drawings.
Above, Act I: Left to right, Russell Ortah, Iune Dear, Wayne Baker, Mary Ann Stewart, Elaine
Dickey, Diane Stallcup, Don Ianson, Dee Nesmith. Right, above, Act ll: Leit to right, Otis Sullivan,
Iune Dear lseatedl, Don Ianson, Velma Caviness, Bill Gibson, Diane Stallcup, Paul Reinhardt, Diane
Pinkham. Right, below, Act III: Left to right, Ruth Gotlieb. Diane Pinkham, Sid Moer, Velma Cavi-
ness, Ortis Sullivan, Ray Williams, Don Janson iseaiedl, Mary McCombs, Ray Moran.
Under the able direction of Miss Lucille Hicks, the first all-school play, "The
Land is Bright" by Ferber and Kaufman, will long be remembered as one of
the best dramatic productions ever staged at North High. The play tells the
story of the Kincaids, a wealth Western family who crash New York society.
The scenery and costumes fit the periods exactly and the make up depart--
ment did an excellent job of aging people twenty five years in five minutes. The
characters were excellently cast.
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The Mustangs opened their season
by wallopinq the Casa Grande
Cougars 39-O on the Cougars home
field. The Wild Horses were ahead
after the first rninute of play and kept
piling up touchdowns to lead 32-O
at the half. The second and third
strinqers took over at the half and
added another touchdown. lack
Stoops, Leroy Shaw, lirn Decker each
scored one touchdown while Tom
Hamrnon scored two.
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Mesa .,.,.,t.,...,, l9
Glendale ,,,... 7
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Bowie ElPaso 13
El Paso ........,a 32
Yuma .,...,,..... 7
Phx. Union .. 6
The Mustangs second opponents were the St. Mary's Knights who
fell before the Wild Horses 20-O. This game was probably the best game of
the season for the Mustangs. Their plays ran like a well oiled machine.
Halfback Tom Hammon again was the big gun for the Mustangs with two
touchdowns. lim Decker added the other touchdown.
The Wild Horses went to P.U.H.S. stadium for their second game in a row.
This time they ran up against an underdog bunch of Mesa Iackrabbits, and
they promptly upset the favored Mustangs l9-2. Wilford White and Marvin
Scott, Mesa's All-State stars, were too much for the hosses. North High scored
its only two points when Center Iohn Norton and Tackle Bill Landis broke
through Mesa's line and blocked a punt for a safety.
VARSITY FOOTBALL: First Row: Greaves, Iulian. Stoops. -Norton, Shaw. Zehr, Harqraves, Hassett. Second Row: Reichert, Landis, Miller
Ciruzzi. Bassiord. Gibson, Hammett, Olsson, Talbott, Decker. Powell. Third Row: Corpstein, Baylor. Izumi, Busey, Logan. Melocke, Spurlock, Hammonl
K. Ollson, Forline. Goss.
Next the Mustangs went to Glendale to play a thrilling 7-7 tie with the
Cards. The game was a scoreless tie until the final two minutes rolled around.
Glendale scored at this point on a pass while a moment later Adron Reichert
intercepted a Glendale pass and ran to the Glendale 8 yard line. There he
took a flat pass from Leroy Shaw for a touchdown. Pete lsumi kicked the all
important tying point.
The big bad Badgers from Tucson came roaring into Phoenix to be the
Mustangs next opponent. The cocky Badgers made the Mustangs their 26th
straight victim, but for three quarters it looked like the Mustangs would send
the Badgers back to the Old Pueblo holding the bag. The first half was a bang
up defensive battle with neither team scoring. The Mustangs got as far as
Tucson's 3 yard line in the third canto but couldn't quite make it. With the
Wild Horses again threatening to score at the start of the final quarter Oscar
Carrillo, Tucson All-State haltback, speared a Mustang pass from the air and
galloped 79 yards to score a touchdown. The broken-hearted Mustangs went
to pieces and Tucson added two more touchdowns to make the final score 21-O.
Next week the Mustangs journeyed to El Paso to play the Bowie Bears.
The lighter Bears were too fast for the heavier Mustangs and the Wild Horses
7 Forlme-end 8-Basslord-half back 9--Reichert-end
10 Hassett--guard I 1-Meloche-center 12-Ciruzzi-tackle
Next week the Mustangs prepping for
their big turkey day battle edged the Al-
buquerque, New Mexico, Bulldogs 7-0.
The Wild Horses looked more like a charn-
pionship club as they outplayed the big
out of state eleven. lack Stoops made the
touchdown on a quarterback sneak in
the third quarter.
The Mustangs came to the day they
had been waiting for all year . . . Thanks-
giving. They went into the big game of
the year favored to make it five straight
over their southside rivals.
14,000 fans crowded their way into the
Phoenix Union Stadium to witness the
traditional battle under a blistering sun.
The Mustangs scored the first touchdown
after Bill Landis blocked a Coyote punt
in mid-field. On the second down Leroy
Shaw fired a buck pass to Captain Adrian
Reichert, and he galloped 40 yards to
score. Shaw converted by placement for
the all-important extra point.
The Coyotes scored their touchdown in
the second quarter on a pass from Rom-
mell to Walkup. The Coyotes attempted
to convert by placement, but quarterback
Iack Stoops broke through the line to block
The second half was a dog eat dog
affair with both teams putting up a nice
defensive game. But as the shadows be-
gan to fall over the field the final whistle
blew and the score board read Mustangs
7 Coyotes 6. The Mustangs' jinx still held,
and they were city champions.
After the season had closed six Mus-
tangs were honored by being picked to
play in the first Annual North-South game
held in Tucson. Guard Harry Goss, End
Adron Reichert, Tackle Vin Ciruzzi, Bill
Landis and halfback Bill Greaves and
Fullback lim Decker were the ones picked,
but Landis was the only one able to par-
ticipate in the game.
The Republic All State teams also had
six Mustangs. Co-captain Harry Goss was
a first team selection, Vin Cirruzzi was on
the second team, lim Decker and Adron
Reichert were third team selections and
Bill Landis and Don Meloche gained hon-
Right-The Wild Horses are hard at
work praciicing. as Coach Pace, ex-
ireme left. gives helpful advice. That
is hallback Dick Logan qeiling ready
to take a hard spill in the upper picture.
Lower-A scene from the Ierrilic Phoe-
nix Union-North High Thanksgiving
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The energetic cheer-leaders above: Lorna Lee Kempton, Bob Iohns. Fern Miller, and Norma Love
kept up the fighting spirit oi our iootball team and the enthusiasm oi the North High fans at the
qames with their snappy yells.
The Mustanqs came back to Phoenix to suffer a defeat from the E1 Paso
Tigers. The El Paso school had probably their best team in years, and they
rolled over the Wild Horses 32-7.
After a Week's rest a rejuvenated band of Mustangs Went to Yuma to
suffer a heart-breaking 7-6 defeat.
Lett: Iim Decker goes for a gain in
the Mesa goal.
Right: Captain Adron Reichert can not
quite reach a pass in the same Mesa
2 Football is a hard game to learn,
"'Z? Q ll as any member of the Colts will
The boys who will make up our
future varsity teams worked as
hard as any team in the past and
are proud to be the first second
team in the school's history to win
more than two games during the
After losing a heart breaking
13-6 game to the Buckeye Hawks,
a 13-O defeat by the St. Marys
Vikings, and a 7-O thriller to the
Glendale lay-vees, the Colts man-
aged to hold the Phoenix Indian
School to a scoreless tie.
The Colts also tied Phoenix Union and won their first game of the season from Mesa's
They beat Glendale, 7-6, but Phoenix Unio1'1's Grays rolled up a petrifying 35-l3 Victory
over the surprised Colts.
They ran up the highest score of the year at the Indian School, Winning 45-0.
The Colts ended the season by invading Mesa, but were slightly overconfident and the
Bunnies surprised them and took a 25-13 victory.
COLTS FOOTBALL: First Row: Evans, Robbins, Dezember. Taylor, Hogue, Woodward, Elias, Villaverde, Suiter, Macky.
Second Row: Pace, Katsenes, Stevens, Dugan, Thompson, Clements, Morris, Iustice, Musa, Merdick. Thomas, Iennings,
Coach Shade. Third Row: Iohnson, Gehres, Coates, McDowell, Crockett, Hoque, Pedrick, Williams, Abalos, Molenda,
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Larry Reader, high scoring forward, jumps up to drop in a set-up shot in the
first St. Mary's encounter. Knights looking on are, from left to right: Iohnny
Nuney, lim Gentry, and Bob Pima. Max Dunlap, Mustang sophomore, Waits in
hack for the rebound.
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Row: Dunlap, Miller. McDowell, Thompson. Fuller. Third Row: Caldwell, Shaw.
Lane, Olsson-Captain, Reichert. Reader. Duffy.
For the first time in the history of North High the Mustang
basketball team Won the Big-5 championship. ln order to Win
this title, the Horses had to overcome Tucson, Phoenix Union,
Mesa, and Yuma. They had 5 victories against 2 losses in
Another feather in the Mustang's cap was the Winning of
the city title. The title wasn't decided until the last game of
intro-city play in Which North Phoenix edged St. Marys out by
a slim 45-44 victory.
This years team wasn't built around any one star. lnstead,
it was built by teamwork. For shooting the team had Larry
Reader, who secured 233 points in 24 games. The rest of the
team scored as follows: Adron Reichert-147 points, Fred
Olsson-l4U points, Leroy Shaw-118 points, and Bob Lane
-ll6 points. For outstanding ball handling the Horses had
Leroy Shaw. Bob Lane, Adron Reichert, and Captain Fred
Olsson were the big guns for rebound work.
Fred Olsson. Mus-
tang guard, sinks an
underhand hook shot
in the opening game of
the season against St.
Marys. lim Gentry,
Knight forward. waits
for the rebound.
At top: Adron Reichert shoots a "jump
shot" in the first game against Saint Mary's.
At lower left: Reichert takes a gift shot while
Henry Cocking of Glendale looks on. At lower
right: Bob Lane and lim Dunlap iump center
in the Tucson encounter. LeRoy Shad in the
right foreground and Larry Reader, number
13, wait impatiently while Fred Olsson, No. 9,
comes in for the tip-out.
The Mustangs reserves showed many promising qualities this year and for the years to
come. For rebound and under the basket work the reserves depended upon Max Dunlap,
Oren "Buggy" McDowell, Clarence F inch, and and Parker Gregg, while they had Lawrence
Fuller, Roy Thompson, Earl Bartee, and Gaylord Currie for sharpshooting. Iirn Kararn showed
Well in both shooting and rebound Work.
Larry Reader. high scoring forward, iumps up to drop in a set-up shot in the first St. Marys
encounter. Knights looking on are from left to right: Iohnny Nnuey, lim Gentry, and Bob Pima.
Max Dunlap, Mustang sophomore. waits in back for the rebound.
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20 St. Marys 30
25 Indian School 36
29 Phoenix Union 19
35 Glendale 27
36 Tolleson 29
38 Mesa 36
32 Wickenburg 19
39 Tucson 37
41 Tempe 30
36 Phoenix Union 31
44 Peoria 24
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50 Yuma 33
41 Mesa 26
44 Peoria 46
40 Indian School 49
41 Wickenburq 15
46 St. Marys 31
44 Indian School 44
46 Florence 46
33 Coolidge 19
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The Colts had an exceptionally good reason this year, Winning l8 out ot
23 games. They were also declared City Champions and Winners of the
mythical "Little Big Five" title.
Two Colt players, Iohn Winkler and Boyd Clements made first string
forwards on the lunior Varsity All-State.
The leading scorers of the year were Boyd Clements, l47 points: Bob Sto-
vall, 136 points, Iohn Winkler, l29 points, Ioe Ablos, 96 points.
SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL. Front row: Pedrick. Villaverde. Barlow, Abalos, Winkler. Second
row: Grasham, Hull, Hargraves, Lucas. Zehr. Third row: McCombs. Stovall, Clements. Davis.
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Upper left: lim Hamilton finishes out in front in a practice meet with Arizona State College at Tempe. Upper right:
George Yamma does one of his flying broadiumps in practice on the North High field. Lower left: Captain Bill
Greaves cuts loose with the shot-put in the Tempe College meet. Lower right: Max Dunlap. Dick Troxel. and Harry
Seqan take a practice start to warm up for the track season. V
The Mustang track squad, under the coaching ot Don Pace, developed into the best-
balanced track team to represent North High in high school competition.
The Mustangs were especially strong in the distances and field events. In the distances
the Horses had lim Hamilton, Gordon Simms, and Fred Olsson. Outstanding in high jump was
Merlin Thevenot "the human spring." Captain Bill Greaves broadiumped over 21 feet several
times and also threw the shot-put. Don Miller and Parker Gregg both placed Well in the
discus throw, while Dave Manning and Fred Olsson did the pole-vaulting. Bill Greaves, Max
Dunlap, and Fred Olsson competed in the hurdle events. Dash men were scarce, but lack
Atkin, Dick Troxel, and Paul Basstord rounded out into good sprinters. Other track members
were: Kenny Olsson, Malcom Wharton, Leon Tolleson, Glen Ford, Harry Sogan, George
Yamma, Mitsukie Mitsuda, Gene Schmitz, Ralph Vick, Kenneth Anger, Frank Forline, and
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Mr. C. O. Stephens, boys tennis coach, reports that his team enjoyed a very
successful season. The team played 2l events during the season: 12 public
High School matches, 4 private high school matches, 4 touranments and l
college match. Q
The team lost only 2 public High School matches during the season. Play-
ers receiving varsity letters are Bobby Charles, Victor Randolph, Duane Miller,
Ioe Weaver, Murray Shevick, Graham Bullock, and Delton Schonthaler tMgr.l
The l946 edition of our baseball team was one of the best in the history oi
the school. p
With the return of Coach Clair Van Hoorebeck, the Mustangs became a
quick thinking aggregation: and with the hitting power of Captain Boetto,
Nicholas, Ellsworth, Landis and company, the boys played a better brand of
ball than they have in the past few years.
The team received very good pitching from Buck Weaver, ex-Marine, Billy
Householder, and lack Maddy, a transfer from San Iose, California.
BASEBALL TEAM. Front row: Watson, Nicholas, Logan, Grasham. Second
row: Williams, Ellsworth. Coleman, Abalos, Tarbell, Maddy, Dill, Katsenes.
Third row: Weaver, Boetto, Reichert, Landis, Watts, Householder, Ciruzzie,
McKinney, Van Hoorebeke.
BOYS TENNIS: First Row: Schou-
thaler, Miller, Randolph, Shevick,
Charles, Urieze, Bullock, Weaver,
Arrows flicked over the green for the first
time this year and archery made its debut at
North High. A strong start was made and a
large squad of coeds began November practice
in the brisk winds of mid-winter, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Bettse Marten Phelps.
Susan Thompson, outstanding 14-year-old
freshman, won the Arizona State Archers Tourn-
ament, class B, and wand shoot, shattering a
state record in the latter event. Bonnie Iean
Stearns took fourth place in the same meet and
tied for second place with Betty Magee in the
The season was decidedly a success.
Archery is apparently here to stay and will
next year take its place among other GAA
sports of the year.
Tennis matches were played against ten
Salt River Valley High schools, as well as two
against both Arizona State College at Tempe
and Tucson Senior High School. Under the
coaching of Miss Catherine A. Winkinson more
than 75M of the matches played were won.
Three team members completed for state singles
and doubles championships in Tucson during
University week. All considered, the tennis
season was most successful.
Members of the tennis team and squad rnost consistently ranked in the order named are
pictured above. They are: Marcia Brown, Audrey Toncray, Alma Williams, Betty Magee, and
Marilyn Burson. Squad members are Gyrene Grammar, lacqueline Ginn, Lois Thurman,
Nancy Deatherage, Alice Phillips, Rosie Poleeson, and Caroline Rancolph.
GIRL'S TENNIS TEAM. Front row: Burson. Deathercge, Thurman, Poleeson. Second row: Phillips. Williams. Brown.
Ginn. Third row: Randolph. Grammar. Magee. Toncray, Miss Wilkinson.
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Iustin, Kyle, Erb, Sargent, Attebehy, Mortensen. Second row: Akron, Phillips, Williams. Brewer, Hulse, Brazeal, Khen-
' ' Th' d . B ldwin, Sanders,
ert, Murrell, Nelson, Smifi, Hedrick, Crisman, Nausebaum, Sheets, Cook. Overton, Wade. lr row- aw
Peterson, Hickman, Nicolas, Murphy, Thurman, Dohner, Bawlins, Nelson, Brown, Hatch, Ginn, Barrnet, Kincaid, Payne,
Walker, Phillips, Newby, Berry, Wierson.
Pictured above are All Star players of one or more of the basketball and softball. All
Stars, selected through the combined votes of a'l class team members and GAA sponsors, rep-
resent the top notch players in each sport.
The GAA Executive Board of l945 and 1946 consisted of Dolores Low, presidentg Mary
Louise Turner, vice-president: Barbara Bice, secretary, and Geyrene Grammar, treasurer.
Other members and class representatives were Fern Miller, seniorp Marlene Gallman, junior:
Velma Barnett, sophomore: Billie Wynn, freshman, and Betty Magee, publicity chairman.
The Executive Board or "Cabinet" arranged all GAA social activities, planned and ex-
ecuted its GAA initiation and generally conducted GAA activities throughout the year. Mrs.
Bettse Marten Phelps was faculty advisor to the GAA.
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I' Low, Wynn, Miller Turner. Second row:
Mrs. Phelps, Magee, Grammar, Bar-
GAA Front row: Kyle, Mortenson, Hatch, Brown, Udall, Mclfate, Love, Toncray, Murphy, Turner, Gary, second gow,
Sheets, Hulse. Claud, Klienert, T. D. Robertson, Nausbaum, R. Robertson, Stearns, Magee. Third row: Barnett, Led-
better, Smith. Henshaw, Mrs. Phelps, Grammar, Miller, Low. Nedson.
GAA Front row: Cloud, Ledbetter, Burson, Schledler, Pence, Klassen, Turner, Toncray, Crait, Armer. Second row:
Pursley, Smith, Bisset, Brovsm, Bishop, Allen, C. Miller. Dohner, Stearns, Gary, Phillips. Third row: Sill. R. Robertson.
T. Robertson, Magee, Grammar. Miller, Sanders, Low.
The Girls' Athletic Association of North Phoenix completed a successful year and many
athletes received awards either in the form of the small letter, large letter, silver medal or gold
Competition with other valley schools added much to a fine year and in nearly all cases
North High girls won their games.
Successive volley ball games with St. Mary's School for Girls put North High Volleyers
into shape tor the Salt River Valley annual volleyball sports day which was to be played at
North Phoenix. However, a state-wide siege of ilu caused the event to be cancelled. Inter-
class competition was close, the Iunior A team Winning the championship. Two Phoenix
Iunior College matches as well as one with Tempe College rounded out the volleyball season.
Speedball competition began and ended with a match against Glendale, played there.
North High varsities scored easy victories. The Iunior A team took GAA honors under the
leadership of Betty lean Cloud.
Three Weeks of pre-season basketball put North High hoopsters into form for the annual
Basketball Sport Day. The North High six just missed taking top honors in the event and tied
for second place with Glendale. An outstanding Sophomore A Team Won the GAA cham-
Spring brought green fields, fair skies, and softball. Glendale sponsored the Salt River
Valley Softball Sport Day, in which teams from St. Mary's, Phoenix Union, Mesa, Glendale,
Tempe, and North Phoenix participated.
The award assembly and annual spring swimming picnic wound up a grand year and
an ever better season is anticipated for 1946-47.
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quality merchandise at
Sears low prices. Save
time and money on
any of the thousands of
Dept. Phone 4-3286
or 4-4791. Phoenix
EARLY AMERICAN ROOT BEER
T0 The Mustang Grarluatiozg Class
Wve IV1'-912, You Each A
Full and Happy Career
ADAMS HOTEL BLDG.
Old Time Flavor
Rich in Dextrose
Food Energy Suqar
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DR. swE'r'r's BOTTLING co. Silrillogii cafe
phone 5,4791 Headquarters for
3204 N C t IA Ph A
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PRINTERS OF THIS ANNUAL
BINDING EN GRAVING
208 West Adams Street - Printery Building - Phoenix, Arizona
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VIC HANNY CO.
Home of Hart S -h
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Office Supplies Stationery
HOWARD'S OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
241 North Central Ave.
Best Wishes to the
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1945
Ryan-Evans Drug Co.
10th cmd McDowell 3rd. Ave. at Roosevelt
. CHILDREN'S FASHIONS
202 West Vcm Buren
29 West Adams
to a Lifetime of happier, healthier
Better Living through the greater
use of cheap gas and electric service.
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Your Independent Home Town Utility
CLASS OF 1945
Come . . .
336 West McDowell Rocxd
in th eye needs
OFFICE FURNITURE OFFICE MACHINES
SCHOOL FURNITURE SCHOOL SUPPLIES
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT IANITORIAL SUPPLIES
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ARTISTRY BY LONNIE V. NAENZ 9 EAST ADAMS
MODEL LAUNDRY AND
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HEADQUARTERS EOR ALL YOUR
1902 - 1946 HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT
44 Yea'-S of Dinnerware and Pottery
Modern and Early Californian by
Service Vernon Kilns
also Poppy-Trail by Metlox
. . . . To Thrifty Q
Quality Minded People General Electric Washers and Refrigerators
Holly-Glenn Water Heaters
Gas and Electric Ranges
B. J. .larrett's Hardware Co.
Adams at Fourth Phone 4-4183
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Misha? I0 fha Class of 19416
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Adams Street and Fourth Avenue
THE CORNER WITH THE GARDEN
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T0 'fha CONGRATULATIONS
Qjbfwjidldg TO THE CLASS GF 1946
Graduating Class of '46 from
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Travel Llfe s Hlqhway
We wish you success as you
and Glass C
McDougall 11 Casson
130 North Central Ave.
521 S. Ninth Ave. Phone 3-3153 E1 bl h d 1897
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Phone 3-8146 N137 - 141 N. First Av I Sffltionery Leather Goods
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CQ-TTON ILKXAA WOOLEN FABRICS Phone 4-7371 825 North Central Phoenix, Arizona
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services in helping you furnish your SUITS
future home. Our Well-trained sales SPORTSWEAR
staff 1S thoroughly experienced, cap-
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ADAMS AND FIRST STREET, PHOENIX PHONE 4-4743
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Manufacturing Jewelem Carneras Photo Finishing
Phone 3-5608 7 West Adams 1515 N. Central Avenue Phone 4-3249
If we can't fix it, Phones: 4-7073
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Vern If Watelz Shop
"Fashions for Mi1ady" And Iewelry Store
San Carlos Hotel Bldg. Phone 4-2523 Wqtchlgaqiir C31-1iEQWe1er I..ObbY, l..L1l'1I'S Bldg.
CONSUMER'S MARKET DR. F. H. PILCHER
Groceries Fresh Meats Optometrist
Fruits cmd Vegetables Eye Examinations by Appointment
701 East Washington Phoenix, Arizona Phone 37600 Eight West Adams
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Title and Trust Building
312 South Fifteenth Avenue Phone 3-1171
PORTSWEAR. ln feature with top fashions from the leading
style centers. Finely tailored slacks - skirts - slack suits -
jumpers - blouses - shirts - jackets - toppers.
UNIORS. Dresses styled by exclusive junior designers and
really original in pattern and fashion. ln miami cloth -
Butcher - Shantung - pique - larnbskin rayon - gaberdine -
jersey - Serge - bemberg.
ISS-Dresses and sportswear styled in the junior manner from
the style centers-New York - Chicago - St. Louis - Dallas -
Los Angeles. Included are suits and coats in fine Woolens.
1821 EAST JACKSON
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Class of 46 Teen Aige Styles
0 0 1507 West McDoWe11 Road
Iris Fine Foods
5th Avenue G Iackson Phone 3-5191
Kifzgk Garden Stua'z'0s
CORSAGES BY KATHLEEN
FLOYD KING 1622 N. 16th Street
Phone 3-5760 PHOENIX. ARIZONA
C0'H,U7'!IfHIClfl.0'HS Class '46
301 W. Washinqton Street, Phoenix, Arizona
SAVINGS G LOAN ASSOCIATION
Savings 6. Investment
55000.00 Federal Insurance
on each individual account
LOW COST - DIRECT REDUCTION
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30 West Adams Street Phone 4-3117
C0f1gm1fulatz'0m to the Class
. of 1946
1002 Arizona Owned
in the quality of Work
done by our skilled
525 West Iefterson Phone 3-4014
. . . After the show or
CI shopping tour meet
your friends at the
most convenient spot
in down town Phoe-
The House of Color"
The Paint Spot of Phoenix
311 N th lst Avenue Phone 3-4322
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426 NORTH CENTRAL AVENUE - PHOENIX, ARIZONA
jones Drug Company FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERING
ONLY FIRST CLASS WORK DONE
Next Door to the Fox Theatre 25 Years Experience
101 East Washington Phone 3-5762 1001 East Sheridan Ph 3 2838
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FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS
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