North Phoenix High School - Hoofbeats Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)
- Class of 1955
Page 1 of 194
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 194 of the 1955 volume:
- ' W .,,, . M, , ,,. ,.,, . . ,,.., .,+ -
- 1,.,: ,- - -.,.. 11 - :f Qsx fm,-,'-' ' '
- .. ' 1' - .....- .,... -
fa' ff, aww.
E A5 QQ
53 9 Q39 1
J 3 f
, V V LM- .
sf w N
F PQ X g
A - I
Y g i Y I E
J F. ' if Q'
' vi gi 2
E3 w Q, Q Q V, X1
Q Y' X A lx X, N Q, ,.
5' N5 A L '
f 3 xg
WM 5 33222
E-fi ww ,, Y,iW,p'l
K L ww
X' M V V Jw ,.
X me k,AL M .. ,W
" m"4f5K'Yfg5??iv?,4siQj,YJ5?f 'A
ln appreciation this sixteenth volume
of Hootbeats is sincerely dedicated to
two of North Phoenix High School's
most beloved teachers, Miss Gladys Neil
and Mr. Fred McDonald who passed
away this school year.
Miss Neil, a biology instructor, had
taught here at North for quite a few
years and for the last several years
had served as head of the North High
Science Department. She became ill this
last summer and spent most ot the sum-
mer in the hospital. Miss Neil returned
to teach this tall as usual but shortly
after the tirst of the year she became
quite ill and for several weeks before
she passed away she was confined to
a hospital bed.
Mr. Fred McDonald, a mathematics
instructor, had taught in the Phoenix
High School System for 27 years. Pre-
vious to that he served six years as
principal ot the Jerome High School in
Jerome, Arizona. Mr. McDonald died
unexpectedly during the Christmas
The many students at North High
that have been taught by these two
instructors know what fine people they
were and that we will have to go a long
way to match the character and respect
held for them.
faculty And Administration . . Page 6
Student Government . . . . . . Page 26
Activities . . . . . . . . . Page 53
Classes.... ...... ......Page60
Clubs And 0rgani1ations . . Page l20
Athletics . . . ...... . . Page I43
Miscellany . . . . Page l7l
Editor-ln-Chief . . . . ..... . . . . . . . . Hyla Evans
Section Editors . . . . . . Jeanette Aldridge, Pat Lyon,
Marilyn Citron, Janice Turner,
Merv Kolb, Ronald Richards
Business Manager . . ......... . . . Judy Jekel
Ad Manager . . . . . . Anita Ruthling
lnxx 1 lllxx1kxSmm
SUPERINTENDENT-Dr. Harold L. Gear, now going
into his second year as superintendent of the Phoenix
Union High Schools and Phoenix College District, is well
known on North High campus as a former principal and
past assistant superintendent.
The Boord ot Educotion tor the
Phoenix Union High School District is
composed of civic-minded citiezns who
work for the betterment of high school
students. The Boord employs the super-
intendent, distributed outhority, ond
determines the policies tor this district's
The superintendent ond Boord ot
Education do o fine job in keeping our
schools in top shope.
fri ndl ulhoril
LEFT T0 RIGHT
Dr. Trevor G.
Mrs. F. A.
PRINCIPAL-We were guided through the year of 1954-55 by
Mr. Charles Burton who was made permanent principal last year.
ASSISTANT PRNCIPAL-Mr. A. W. Flowers was given
the job of Assistant Principal this year after serving as
Registrar last year.
port nl er on
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL: Mr. Orville Hamm, past Dean of Boys,
did an excellent iob this year as an assistant principal.
GIRLS' COUNSELOR: Miss Vera McCormick has handled
girls' problems very successfully through the year 1954-55.
ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD-SITTING: Mr. Charles M. Burton. SECOND ROW: Miss Mildred Jacks, Mr. Henry Schmidt, Miss Ruth Adams
Miss Winona Montgomery, Mr. Alfred Flowers, and Mr. Steve Cheranich. THIRD ROW: Mr. John Koerner, Mr. Orville Hamm, Mr. Lynn W
Fitzgerald, Mr. Edward Stancik, and Mr. Richard Bridgewater.
The Administrative Council, com-
posed of members of the faculty and
administration, meets to discuss ques-
tions and problems which arise in the
functioning of North High. By the use
of democratic techniques, the efficiency
and morale of the school organiaztion
are kept at a high level.
Keeping the different students' reg-
istrations and schedules in order, filling
out return slips, and filing notes for the
many students that are absent each
day was just a small part of the hard
but efficiently done task of the secre-
taries in the registrar's office during the
year I954-55, as they have in past years.
REGISTRATION OFFICE WORKERS
-FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Miss Donna Ellison, Mrs. Gladys Wilke,
Mrs. Dorothy Milne. SECOND ROW:
Miss Genevieve Parsons, Mrs. Dorothy
Mr. Hamm, assistant principal.
Always there to aid Mr. Burton in
the principal's office and to see that
the switchboard is operated correctly
and efficiently are Mrs. Mildred F.
Harrison and Miss Ardys Coburn. Mrs.
Lucille Townsend has proven to be a
competent helper to Miss Vera Mc-
Helping freshmen through the first
complicated year of high school, lend-
ing a hand to solve the problems, big
and small, of all students, and advising
students how to prepare for the future
is done by their capable counselors. The
students appreciate the guidance of
their counselors through the four years.
AVAILABLE COUNSELING: Mr. Stanley Cardon, Miss Vera McCormick, Mr. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. Charlotte Cockerell, Mr. Richard Callaghan
and Mr. William Roche give advice to their counselees.
UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Mildred F. Harrison and Miss
Ardys Coburn are the dependable secretaries in
the principaI's office. LOWER RIGHT: Mrs
Lucille Townsend proves to be efficient aid to
LEFT: Mr. Vernon Hathcock, Mr. Fred Schade,
Mr. Lawrence A. Chard, Mr. Bert H. Belluui,
Mr. William A. Ball, and Mr. Sylvester Edwards
instruct the boys in shop work.
RIGHT: Helping girls learn about sewing, cooking, and human
relations are Miss Norma Sayre, Mrs. Aileen Allen, and Mrs.
Scientists, Hom kers
Physics, chemistry, mechanics, print- printer, mechanic or other industrial
ing, sewing or cooking? arts expert with the willing help of
A student at North can work towards their teachers.
becoming a scientist, homemaker,
SCIENTISTS: Teaching students the sciences from biology to physics and chemistry are Mr. J. H. Thomas, Mr. Henry Hall, Mr. l. F. Nichols
Mr. C. A. Brown lseatedi, Mrs. Frances Crouter, Mrs. Gwendolyn Beaver, Mr. Frank Gilleland, and Mr. Arthur B. Clark.
ABOVE-ENGLISH TEACHERS-FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Miss Miriam Gathings, Mrs. Mary Marriott, Miss Marion Cox, Mrs.
BELOW-ENGLISH TEACHERS--FRONT ROW,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Dorothea Benner, Mrs.
Elizabeth Bluhm, Miss Mildred Jacks. SECOND
ROW: Miss Margaret Descoteaux, Mr. David
Horowitz, Miss Gretchen Bock, Mr. Jack Shimer.
Muriel Miller. SECOND ROW: Mr. William Hoffman, Mr. Carl
Wagner, Mr. George Motter.
ABOVE-SPANISH TEACHERS: Miss Isabelle Howatt, Miss Martha
White, Miss Mary Gomez, and Mr. James Carey inspect a bull-
BELOW: Miss Anna Schlichter points out a foreign language prob
lem to Mrs. Mary Mariott and Mr. Steve Cheranich.
.ff may-4 .W-me
Q - , 169'
LEFT: Miss Winona Montgomery, Mr. Lawrence
Hyink, Mr. Richard Bridgewater, Mr. M. B. Hag-
erty, and Mr. Robert Cognac teach North High
juniors in American History.
RIGHT: Miss Ruth Adams points to a place on the
globe while other Economics and Civics teachers,
Mr. Lawrence Hyink, Mr. Douglas Cary, Mr. John
Koerner, and Mr. Joseph McKinney, look on.
Soc' ISludies nd
R.0.T.C.-LEFT: Sargeant Clarence Jones performs a patriotic duty by introducing
boys in Military Training. DRIVING-BELOW: Teaching students safety behind the
wheel is the job of Mr. Donald Pace, Mr. Thomas Inman, Mr. Sylvester Edwards, and
Mr. James Eisenhert.
ga E fsswvfy
GIRLS' COACHES: Miss Regna Breneman, Miss Pat McKinnon,
Mrs. Bettse Phelps, and Miss Catherine Wilkinson, teach the girls
sports, dances, exercises, and good sportsmanship.
ll E. An one?
Teoching boys ond girls good sports-
monship ond helping them develop
heolthy bodies os well os minds is the
well performed duty of the physicol
educotion teochers here of North High.
Mb g In .
gli. Q --,.1 5,5 -
1. J -..i- I ' '
F K Q III i
W I' Q 3 4.6 g ' ," Q CMN ' V .IM
' is if Qs AW .., . ff' ffff
g g ,M , 1? p
a J . 3 A 5,
Cgg, S' gg" gm ,H i
.3 A X Qxspwrgi, i X
K fp! ' . V qugu .
N., . ,, g septal? A 1
ASSISTANTS: Mrs. Martha Babcock, equipment
manager, and Mrs. Mary Hamilton, Piano ac-
companist, help the girls as well as the teachers
in Girls' P.E.
BOYS' COACHES: Mr. Paul McCloy, Mr. Ver-
non Wolfe lfront rowl, Mr. Cecil Coleman, Mr.
Richard Harclt, and Mr. W. R. Caldwell lback
rowl have performed an excellent job teaching
the boys good sports and sportsmanship.
LEFT-DRAMA: Mr. J. D. Filson and Mrs. Virginia Duncan are discussing
a costume for a coming play. BELOW-Music: Mr. Lynn W. Fitzgerald,
Mr. Ben Denton, Miss Mary Ann Enloe, and Mr. Albert Davis were caught
looking over music for the masque.
0, - ng
rl of lh Atl
Our school offers many opportunities
for young men and women getting ready
to meet the world or wishing to acquire
a useful hobby. Music, art, drama, and
crafts classes are offered at North for
students hoping to become musicians,
actors, artists, or skilled craftsmen in
leather and silver.
The Allied Arts Department is made
up of competent teachers who have
been well trained and can train students
ARTISTS: Miss Mary E. Wil-
liams, Miss Frances Kapanke,
and Mr. Allen A. Dutton teach
students the different works of
MATHEMATICIANS-FRONT ROW: Mr.
Henry Anderson, Mr. James Wilson, and
Mr. Arthur Hawk. TOP ROW: Mr. Herbert
Drinkwater, Mr. Henry Schmidt, Mr. Har-
old Williams, Mr. Hugh Hackett, Mr.
Norman Heap, and Mr. Thomas Inman.
I3 iness, M lh
These teachers have done a very fine
job during this past year.
The math teachers trying to teach
the students that one and one really
does equal two, that x equals y, and
that the side of a triangle opposite a
right angle is known as the hypotenuse.
The Business Department covers a
wide range of subjects, which prepare
students for the business world. Such
subjects as shorthand, typing, and
bookkeeping are taught. The teachers
have done a fine job to make them
BUSINESS EDUCATION -
FRONT ROW: Miss Ruth White,
Miss Chloe Fields, Miss Isabel
Daou, Miss Beulah Twist. SEC-
OND ROW: Mr. Frank Turley,
Mr. Harley King, and Mr. C. O.
WILLING COUNSELORS: Mr. Robert Poorman, Mrs. Jean Brown, Mr. Dallas Long, Mrs. Carolyn
Weber, and Mr. Edward Stancik are willing to help students with their difficulties.
An efficient counseling and guidance
program is an essential for any modern
high school. North High's counselors,
friendly and anxious to be of service
to students, stand ready to help with
planning of courses, preparation for col-
lege entrance, applications for scholar-
ships, and other problems which con-
ingly good job since taking over front' Students,
a"l'e home """sel"" Many students and former students
remember gratefully the sympathetic
understanding which they found in
North's counselors' offices.
The aid given by the counseling staff
is a great factor in winning the many
scholarships which North High seniors
obtain every year.
HOME COUNSELOR: Mrs. Ruth
Halliman has done an exceed-
REGlSTRAR'S ASSlSTAN'lS--FIRST ROW: Jeanne Gibens, Jean McAuliffe, Dorothy Maddox, Ann Baylor, Marilyn DuVall, Joyce Casey,
Beverly Parker. SECOND ROW: Sandra Roundey, Margaret Evans, Sharon Sexton, Wally Nixon, Joan Ludke, Gretchen Wolfe, Carol Barney, Carol
Lee Gilbert, Bonnie Miller, Dora Atwood, Von Jackson. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Mitchell, Beverly Kolb, Carol Sease, Joyce Page, Dorothy
Fisher, Evelyn Barody, Barbara Miller, Janet Fairweather, and Joanne Denemark.
LIBRARIANS: Miss Ruth Rowan and Mr. William Bartels look over the
new editions of newspapers, as well as books, that appear in the library.
BELOW: Binding booklets is onfy a part of the
work done by Mrs. Mildred Hifl and Miss Daphne
Herring in tie library.
earnin ilh ook '
AUDIO-VISUAL: Mr. Fred Draper has helped provide teaching aids
for different classes by teaching students audio-visual education.
CHIEF CUSTODIAN: As chief custodian, Mr. Joe Hudson is in
charge of the custodians who see that the North High campus and
buildings are maintained.
X 'S-..,,,,W N
HEALTH CENTER: Miss Lydia Potthoff, school
nurse, offers comfort and aid to students.
BELOW: Mrs. Ruth T. Smith, North's
dietician, prepares the daily menu for
a healthy meal.
elcom d lp
North's faculty and students know store, and Cafeteria ministered graci
they will receive courteous and willing ously to our many wants and needs
help whether they need first aid, pen- throughout the i954-55 school year
cils, or food. The Health Center, Book-
BELOW: Mrs. Fara Darland, Mrs. Maxwell, and
Mr. Chester Volker figure accounts in the bookstore.
BELOW: Mrs. Juanita Landman, health
secretary, keeps busy in the Health Cen-
J ' H,
, K f ,M y ft '
-1- A , . , .
'fit A . -.. . of . '
E we .. ff . .R W
. R V .--, 15. 6 , ,,. V E ix A' ,
3 ,- . X ,, . ,
u-warn'-iw Q B F 5 A I xispfl, P '
I X f .Q . f ' lx
f S. 1 . t ,S 4 S l L
f swim M1 SJ 5. Q I 8 X
5 . A, ,A . M J J, ki, R A
i , ' E 'F H3 ' ' z
CAFETERIA WORKERS-FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Corda Cun-
ningham, Mrs. Pearl Hetland, Mrs. Iva Duncan, Mrs. Mary Cullen, Mrs.
Dorothy Gales, Mrs. Catherine Thomas. SECOND ROW: Mr. Albert Abrahams,
Mr. Robert Hughes, Mrs. Sylvia Gilmore, Mrs. Odessa Logan, Mrs. Sybil
Merdick, Mrs. Naomi Stephens, Mrs. Gertrude Wahlman, Mrs. Sue Bueford,
Mrs. Foy Cherry, Mrs. Allene Doak. THIRD ROW: Mr. Burton Fountain, Mr.
Etha McCoy, Mrs. Louise Robinson, Mrs. Ida Williams, Mrs. Ethel Lockwood,
Mrs. Rose Barton, Mr. Hallie Chapman, Mr. Ralph Halsey, Mrs. Ruth Smith.
Preparing the wholesome food for
students and teachers alike is the well-
performed job of the cafeteria staff,
while the custodians and engineers
serve North High by keeping the build-
ings and campus clean, changing
burned-out lights and broken locks. and
keeping the boilers burning. Our deep-
BOILER ROOM ENGINEERS - Mr
Michael Feihle, Mr. Gail Harnmans
Behind T See es
MAINTENANCE MEN-FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Keith Melheim, Mr. Donald Eltroth, Mr.
Jack Almandinger, Mr. Ernest Smith, Mr. Keith Piggott, Mr. Gail Hammans, Mr. Michael Feikle. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Joe Hudson, Mr. John Ward, Mr. Bud Stewart, Mr. Virgil White, Mr. Chris Christenson,
Mr. Garfield Hamm, Mr. Roy Prock, Mr. Andrew Cottrell.
, be Q 22:51
V., . N uv-
Q- ,, ,
f I fs
Mwst I 4 fa?
ASSISTANTS IN PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE-LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Meredith Schoftman, Janice Pierson
Diana Norris, Linda Chase. SECOND ROW: Karen McBrayer, Patsy Walker, Karen Jorgensen, Barbara Bertoni, Donna
Assisting Stud nl
The efficiency of both the principal's
office and the library depend on the
student assistants that work there for
The girls in the principal's office are
kept busy sorting mail, answering the
switchboard, delivering call slips, and
keeping the school scrap book up-to-
The duties of the library assist-
ants are to check books in and
out, putting the books in order on the
shelves, repairing books, and checking
LIBRARIAN'S ASSISTANTS-FIRST ROW: Carolyn Raeder, Sarah Gucker, Pearl Hamburger, Pat Kelly,
Phyllis Young, Joan Totten. SECOND ROW: Georgina Magee, Lucie Bemann, Jacquelyn Carson, Diana
Goggin, Jeanette Blagrave, Susan Corl, Barbara Mason. THIRD ROW: Loretta Hodgeson, Michael Kinter,
Clara Worley, Louis Friedman.
5 ' Y
PRESIDENT: Mr. Clay Smith has
done an efficient iob in bringing
teachers and parents together in
the interest of the students.
PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION BOARD-Faculty members and parents on the
PTA board strive for the cooperation necessary to the successful functioning of the
school in the community.
Mr. Frank Gilleland shows the parents of his students a Iittle about the subiect
their teenagers are studying.
At left, the dinner in the North
High cafeteria is just a small part of the
activity that takes place during a P.T.A.
Open House. Each year the North
High's Parent-Teacher Association pre-
sents an Open House in order for the
parents to visit the campus, tour the
buildings, and meet the teachers. The
aim behind the Open House is to
strengthen the bond between the school
im ul or
MISS REGNA BRENEMAN is caught by the camera as she competes
in a suitcase relay race at a faculty party.
FACULTY BASKETBALL PLAYERS are outreached by the oppo-
nents in the faculty-varsity game.
CHRISTMAS CHEER-North High faculty members and their guests enioy a Yuleticle feast at the faculty Christmas party.
won by Miss Winona Montgo
SAINT NICK himself, with the help of Mr. Harley King, chooses gifts
for Miss Winona Montgomery and Miss Mary Ann Enloe.
MR. AND MRS. AL FLOWERS slide gingerly under a horizontal
bar at the faculty "20 Years Ago" party.
DOOR PRIZE donated by Mr. Orville Hamm is
-Q MR. CHARLES BURTON receives a stick from Santa Claus as Mrs
Burton and Mr. Sylvester Edwards look on.
Q , .
1 g N
g 2 MEN-r
The four North High students elect-
ed to represent the student body for
'54-'55 were Bill Craig, president, Ron-
nie Jacobson, vice-president, Kae An-
dreen, secretary and Barbara Payne,
This year, for the first time, a ro-
tating council was tried at North High
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
-RIGHT: Bill Craig, presi-
Instead of meeting seventh period, the
council now meets a different period
each time during the day.
The student council has the power
to set the policies and standards for the
school and to make and enforce any
rules related to student activities.
BELOW: Kae Andreen, secre
.F Lag ta ry.
ABOVE: Barbara Payne,
LEFT: Ronnie Jacobson, vice
STUDENT COUNCIL-JUNIORS AND SENIORS . . . FRONT ROW: Catherine Hogg, Carol McDaniel, Charlene Noble, Elizabeth
Raspolic, Joan Martin, Betsy Tower, Barbara Payne, Kae Andreen, Sue McDaniel, Rosie Tolliver, Carol Barney, Pat Morris, Virginia
Olmsted. SECOND ROW: Charmian Smith, Sylvia Shimkus, Randy Anderson, Pete Homer, James Conley, Jim Murphy, Marilyn
Hood, Toni Johnson, Sally Mitchell, Pat Futrell, Jo Ann Robert, Dolores Bonus, Gail Marsh, Dorothy Fischer, Mary Ann Wilson.
THIRD ROW: Ronnie Jacobson, Charles Parker, Ray Alberts, Steve Babcock, Bob Brown, John Hammonds, Bill Montague, Mike
Ward. FOURTH ROW: Larry Journell, Bill Gibbons, Joe Jurca, Fred Kober, Brent Cardwell, Richard Whitney, Bill Craig, Edwin
Ake, Robert Reynolds, Gene Christophel, Herb Drinkwater, Joe Jordan, Charles Roush.
Stud nl Coun il
STUDENT COUNCIL-FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES . . . FRONT ROW: Sylvia Bruce, Dianne Kleinman, Barbara Drinkwater,
Patricia Pomeroy, Sheila Wiese, Georgia Swindler, Jan White, Julie Broberg, Connie Szink. SECOND ROW: Margaret Burton, Nancy
Burton, Darla Brownlow, Nancy Johnson, Susan Boos, Marilyn Green, Prudence Baca, Gail Rasputin, Louise Lyman. THIRD ROW:
Charles Bierman, Steve Graham, Bob Robinson, Lee Burton, Bob Nasser, Pete Hyart, George Fields, Richard Smith, Craig Aldridge.
FOURTH ROW: Paul Finch, Bob Murphy, Bill Chase, Don Hall, Jim Peachy, Bob Diamond, Gary Springer, Taylor Jenson, Don
Poor, Jay Boyd, Michael Boyd.
y t .-
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DELEGATES-FRONT ROW: Rosie Tolliver, Sheila Wiese, Sally Mitchell, Janet White. SECOND ROW
John Hammonds, Joe Jordan, Fred Kober, Bob Diamond.
If eculi Committee
The Executive Committee meets sec-
ond period every doy. The committee
issues club chorters, administers school
elections, executive policies passed by
the Student Council, ond oppoints oll
students to school committees.
Members of the committee include
student body officers, presidents of the
four closses, Chief Justice of the Honor
Court, presidents of the Girls' Leogue,
Boys' Allionce, ond Service Orgonizo-
tion. A boy ond girl ore olso elected to
the committee from eoch of the four
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS-FRONT ROW: Sylvia Shimkus, Betsy Tower, Barbara Payne, Miss Ruth Adams. SECOND
ROW: Bruce Andrews, Ronnie Jacobson, Lee Burton, Brent Cardwell, Mike Ward, Mr. Harold Williams.
X 4 ! ' New 'x
. -w .- 1 .5-fri., -- ,-' 5 , . we 1 , Qysec - ,, s. ., , -- , -1,
W il, ,, W. -Q T ' .,Q: ' fwsfb sssfwvff '- 'f W
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DELEGATES-FRONT ROW: Jean Wallace, Kae Andreen, Mary Ann Wilson, Carol Burns, Bob Crawford
Executives and Corral Board
The Corral Board with suggestions
from Mr. Richard B. Wall, interior
decorator, undertook the redecoration
of the corral this year.
A modernistic Western atmosphere
was to be given the Corral. The area
behind the fireplace was planned for
a lounge with rugs, furniture and
The finishing touches were to be
provided by various school clubs and
CORRAL BOARD-FRONT ROW: Miss Mary Williams, SECOND ROW: Edwin Grose, Pamela Hoagland, Rosie Tolliver, M
Stanley Cardon, Judy Jennings, Mary Ann Wilson.
OFFICERS . . . LEFT TO
RIGHT: Sarah Rice, Vice-
president: Betsy Tower, Pres-
ident: Marilyn Hood, Secre-
S ice ganization
Giving their time unselfishly in spon-
soring the school's service projects is
the work of the service organization
representatives. Officers are elected by
and are responsible for the projects that
their rooms sponsor.
Projects this year included aid to
crippled children, helping an exchange
student, and sending Ch ristmas,Thanks-
the student body. Members of the or-
giving, and Easter baskets to the needy.
ganization are elected in homerooms
SERVICE ORGANIZATION-FRONT ROW: Myrna Clegg, Georgeann Shearer, Judy Jennings, Sallie lmboden, Patricia Patterson
Sarah Rice, Marilyn Hood, Betsy Tower, Charlene Noble, Marilyn Green, Marion Stanecker, Marcia Kraatz, Marylou Arnold, Lois
Drage, Margie Swift. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Parrish, Georgia de Shelland, Carolyn Cleveland, Georgia Weiding, Judy Barrett, Ann
Storrs, Sue Crandal'l, Charlotte Bulliard, Lynne Lunt, Virginia Vaupell, Cheryl' Johnson, Nancy Hunsinger, Susan Tuthill. THIRD
ROW: Jeanne Abramovitz, Donna Riggs, Bernice Sheridan, Joy Jones, Sonia Zimmerman, Brenda von Grabill, Mildred Hucko,
Virginia Reynolds, Judy Lance, Mary Thompson, Rosie Black, Carol Reade, Alma Brown, Diana Stanford, Diane Sauder. FOURTH
ROW: Ronnie Iverson, Max Cooley, E. D. Shipp, Robert Bentley, Delbert Curtis.
T E E - F R O N T
ROW: Jacque Se-
mon, Sally Mitchell,
Bette Payne, Mary
Beth Aarni, Marcia
OND ROW: Paul
udges nd Planne
Responsibility for plcinning the
schooI's sociol colendor lies with the
Sociol Committee. Among the projects
plonned this yeor were o porty in the
corrol to welcome new students, ond
o toculty pcirty.
The Honor Court heors the coses ot
students who hove violoted the honor
code. The court hos originol jurisdiction
in oli violotions. Members ore o Chief
Justice, two seniors, two juniors, one
sophomore ond one treshmon.
HONOR COURT-FRONT ROW: Catherine Hogg, Jim Murphy, Janet Achauer, Sue McDaniel, Lynn Barstow. SECOND ROW: Bob Murphy
Pat Walker, Elizabeth Raspolic, Marilyn Green.
L K, A' ' Nr S
nl K , Q, , R N7
J , , A flf , 'l f
' r ' ll? fig' in X
E .,', ' 6 6, 1 -" ' , I ,vm
. H' 4 .," ' i 94 . - 52 ,,,' if
fi" E --Am K S ' l yn S WZ
-g 1 ' ,tr
j J I K 3
1 E I . C,
CAFETERIA BOARD-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Dake, Miss Fields, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Ruth Smith. SECOND ROW: Mr. C. W. Volker
Carol McDaniel, Wallie Nixon, Mr. Charles Burton, Dorothy Fischer, Toni Johnson, Barbara Eksfrom.
Cafeteria and ookslore
The Cafeteria Board works to keep
prices as low as possible for the benefit
of students, The board also discusses
and suggests policies and improvements
to be made in the cafeteria.
Selling important items to students
at as low a cost as possible is the main
object of the Bookstore Board. The
Board made up of students, faculty, and
parents, also formulate policies of the
BOOKSTORE BOARD-STANDING: Mr. C. W. Volker, Bill Montague, Larry Journell, Bill Gibbons, Mr. C. 0. Stephens, Mr. William
Bartels, Mr. Charles Burton. SEATED: Beverly Hamay, Marilyn Green, Mrs. P. S. Beck, Mrs. Louis Minsky.
HEALTH COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW: Adele Bradford, Brent Cardwell, Cameron Mosher, Betsy Tower, Barbara Payne, Mrs. John C
Aarni Mrs. Gwendolyn Beaver. SECOND ROW: Miss Catherine Wilkinson, Mary Ann Anderson, Mrs. Mary Mariott, Richard Whitney Coach
W R Caldwell, Dr. F. R. Rabe, Mr. Dallas Long, Miss Lydia Potthoff, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Mrs. Harold Weber.
eallh nd lhl lies
The Health Committee's job is to
bring the students attention to the im-
portance ot good health. Members of
the committee include the school nurse,
school dietician, students and P.T.A.
The Athletic Board decides what new
athletic equipment to buy, and solves
the problems of supplying funds for
the various athletic teams. The board
also discusses any other matters that
arise concerning athletics.
ATHLETIC BOARD-FRONT ROW: Mr. Fred Schade, Mr. Ford Knowles, Mrs. Bettse Phelps, Virginia Olmstead. SECOND ROW: Mr W R
Caldwell, Mr. Charles Burton, Jo Wilson. THIRD ROW: Lee Burton, Bob Diamond, Joe Jordan.
GIRLS LEAGUE CABINET-FRONT ROW: Miss Ruth White, Charmian Smith, Sylvia Shimkus, Toni Johnson,
Carolyn Solomon, Miss Vera McCormick. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Raspolic, Charlene Noble, Pat Morris,
Connie Szink, Carole Lee Cupp, Carol Barney.
Girl ' eag
"Bewitched Ball" was the theme of
the Girls' League annual Blue and Sil-
ver Ball. Decorations included knights,
castles and witches.
The Girls' League held a planning
convention at Phoenix Union High
School in the fall. The spring conven-
tion was held at the University of
The latest spring fashions were shown
in the annual fashion show. Proceeds
of the show aided Tuuli Volanan, ex-
change student from Finland.
GIRLS LEAGUE-FRONT ROW: Sue Allen, Charlene Noble, Pat Morris, Judee Moore, Janet Pleasants, Susan Lures. SECOND ROW
Elizabeth Raspolic, Judy Lance, Jeanne Abromivitz, Patricia Beck, Sandra Wolfe, Jane Boarman, Joan Willis. THIRD ROW: Sylvia
Shimkus, Carolyn Solomon, Donna Etram, Adele Bradford, Louisa Enholm, Kae Reece, Donna Johnson, Jerry Fords. FOURTH ROW
Anita Ruthling, Linda Hilderman, Charlotte Sullivan, Carole CUPP, Carol Barney, Margaret O'Leary, Sandv Frank'in.
BOYS' ALLIANCE CABINET
-FRONT ROW: Steve Gra-
ham, Cameron Mosher, Mich-
ael Boyd, Charles Parker.
SECOND ROW: Charles Me-
hard, Bill Gibbons, Mike
ys' Alli ce
Sponsoring the Freshman mixer was
one of the many projects undertaken
by the Boys' Alliance this year.
The annual orange sale had many
volunteer pickers and was the most
successful in several years.
The Boys' Alliance Moonlight and
Memories Ball had "Stars Over Vienna"
as its theme. Tables were arranged to
suggest Viennese cafes and decorations
included stars and streamers to pro-
vide an outdoor atmosphere.
BOYS' ALLIANCE-FRONT ROW: Mike Ward, Mike Boyd, Pete Brown, Pete Beers, Ronnie Sheridan, Clay Carpenter, Tommy Eakes
Gordon Gilbert. SECOND ROW: Bill Gibbons, Dean Minard, William Currie, Richard Block, Larry Pozil, Gordon Mankins, Steve
Graham, Charles Parker. THIRD ROW: Charles Menard, Bill Chase, John Anderson, Dick Davis, Cedric lngersol, Gene Christophel
Bill Wilson, Jerry Symcox, Cameron Mosher, Mr. Callaghan.
3' ,f ,V
' Akxi- 2 e
Q. il .
--:I kr M f -
1 "f, I . 1 iltwgg L
A 'L ,, wx A We
. t X , M : .. ' -,
:Q '.., 5 Z' 4
3 A E . .
. . . TOP LEFT: New at North. The following teachers are new at North High. They are Mr. Lawrence Hyink, Miss Frances
Crouter, Mr. Sylvester Edwards, Mrs. Holliman, Mr. James Carey and Mrs. Mary Mariott. CENTER LEFT: Also new are front row: Miss Vera
McCormick, Miss Margaret Descoteaux and Miss Dorothea Benner. Back row: Mr. Dave Horwitz and Mr. Loyd Smith. TOP RIGHT: Mr.
Henry Hall and Miss Mary Ann Enloe, new teachers, are pictured. CENTER LEFT: Two other new additions are Mr. Hugh Hackett and Mr.
Don Schrader. BOTTOM LEFT: Maxine Cogdill' and Nancy Van De Water are shown with the new Remington Rand Key Punch in the principal's
office. BOTTOM RIGHT: Lois Dodds is depicted getting a book checked out by Pat Kelly on the new Library Charging Machine in the library.
DO, RE, Ml . . . ABOVE: Miss Mary
Ann Enloe is shown directing the All
Girls Glee Club in an assembly. LEFT:
The Mustang Roundup Paper staff are
shown discussing an issue of the news-
HELLO!! BOTTOM LEFT: Marilyn
Citron, left, and Maureen Thompson
are shown welcoming freshmen Gene
Gentry, Jim Manaird and Mike Boyd
on Hello Day.
inted day enjoyed considerable suc
s this year
orth High students wore tags label
-lello Day, North High's get oc
J. I . .
si ' '
them as Mustangs and indicating
- individual student's names.
ers of Hey Frash were replaced
cheerful His and warm Hellas
arth High students carried the tags
full evening of entertainment fol
ed the annual Hella Day celebration
North High students flocked to the
a ay Dance.
'ince its introduction several years
, Hella Day has had its purpose of
ering a feeling of friendship and
Atlaaf stares, upraised noses and
I Il 'I I
XI . .
,X . .
radeship an the North Phoenix
gh School campus.
L AJ Q xl
Football goes with cheerleading in
most high schools like vanilla ice cream
goes with apple pie. North High is no
exception. Leading the cheerleaders
was captain Lois Drage, a senior, who
was later chosen North High's candi-
date inthe annual junior maid of cotton
At every football game, the squad
could be seen leading the North stu-
dents in yells designed to spark the
football team to victory.
LEFT: Coach Cecil Coleman compares
notes with one of his spotters by tele-
phone at a North High football game
while Coach Rolly Caldwell, Principal
C. M. Burton, and end Frank Evans
look on. BELOW: Margie Liem leads
cheerleading candidates Carolyn Cleve-
land, Jane Boarman, and Sally lmboden
in T-E-A-M during the tryouts that
were held last spring.
Even though the team only lost two
games throughout the entire season,
they could not finish any higher than
third place in the Class AA League
Under the leadership of Coaches
Cecil Coleman and Vernon Wolfe, the
team came in behind undefeated Phoe-
nix Union and Mesa, which only lost
October wos the month the corrol
opened bringing North l-ligh students
out to donce, ploy music ond enjoy
snocks in the Mustong corrol.
Cleoning the flots thot ore used to
build the sets tor the vorious ploys wos
just one ot the mony octivities enjoyed
by the dromotics closses this yeor.
ln Mr. J. D. Filson's third period
dromo closs primory stoging tor the
Mosque ot the Yellow Moon wos being
worked out during one term.
Working behind the scenes in pro-
ductions, octing in ond presenting
ploys ond helping out on ossemblies
were only o few of the octivities oc-
complished in first yeor dromo this
Squore doncing is on octivity enjoyed
by mony North High students who otter
joining the Squore Dcincing Club took
port in mony exhibitions thot were en-
joyed by oll who ottended.
G0 MAN GO . . . UPPER LEFT: A group of students are shown
listening to Preston Smith play the piano at the opening of the
Corral. LOWER LEFT: The Square Dance Club shows oft their
technique at an exhibition. BELOW: A group of Mr. Dee Filson's
first year dramatic students are shown washing the flag of the
, ' -1::r-, s-:,,.-- .. 'w-v -,: - ,I 1,, --- -- ' . 3 if
5 m1,.,w,- ,
. . . Varied sports and related events are depicted in the above pictures. Sports are enioyed all year round at North High,
from ping pong to football. Going to the dance after the game or riding the bus to see an out-of-town game are activities also relished by
students at North High.
1 as-V "
if"""""' 1 .,,.
5'-'ei -is N' 5 'L
X' "' 'L X
wg Wjvmk wi U
. . . TOP LEFT: The month of November brought the movie industry to our campus. TOP RIGHT: Ralph LnPaIma is pictured
here during a speech he made at a North High assembly. CENTER: A scene from the Thanksgiving Day parade, LOWER LEFT: The band and
North's Pom Pon girls are shown during a game. LOWER RIGHT: Dancing in assembly-Helen Horn.
.. . ,L , .
BLAST 'EM . . . ABOVE: Quibona Tri-Hi-Y was declared
the winner of the Thanksgiving Day float contest. LEFT:
Last minute instructions are discussed by the cheerleaders
during an assembly.
urkey Da Y
Quibona Tri-l-li-Y won the annual
Thanksgiving Day float contest with
their float entitled BLAST 'EM. A red
and blue Mustang standing over a dead
Coyote, signifying the beating Phoenix
Union was to get, donned the float.
Much to everyone's surprise Phoenix
Union beat the North High football
team at the Thanksgiving Day game.
Pep for all the ball games this year,
as always, was supplied by the North
High cheerleaders under the direction
ofMrs. Betsy Phelps. These girls brought
out the pep in the students at both the
assemblies and the games through their
WOW . . . RIGHT: Giving a kiss to pretty Diana Dismuke, 1955
Football Queen, are Clyde Neilson and Eddie Mitchell. The other
candidates for the title of Football Queen were, left: Sharon
Baldwin, right: Joan Martin and Marlene Willis. BOTTOM. The
Pom Pon girls, cheerleaders and band all march in the annual State
Fair parade. BELOW: Anita Ruthling, Carolyn Solomon and Carole
Cupp are shown advertising the Bewitched Ball.
orlh Crowns Grid ueen
Diana Dismuke, a senior, captured
the title of Football Queen of l955.
Diana's attendants from the various
classes were Sharon Baldwin, junior,
Joan Martin, sophomore, and Marlene
Willis, freshman. These girls were all
elected by the football team to repre-
sent North High in the annual Thanks-
giving Day festivities.
ln November the annual Arizona
State Fair brought the pom pon girls,
cheerleaders and band out in all their
glory to march in the parade.
The Girls' League formal, The Blue
and Silver Ball, was also presented in
November. Under the direction of this
year's president, Sylvia Shimkus, the
first formal of the year was a great
success. This was partly made possible
because of the willing help offered by
the Girls' League Council.
q QQ M so T
-s 4. 9 W 33 -
'mf E":-it -'
4 x , 0
. 1 MW
M, , w
X 'i W
. . . the month of December brought snow to our Campus. TOP LEFT: Mery Kolb and Maureen Thompson are shown posing
with the hastily built snow man. TOP RIGHT: A scene from "The Lute Song" shows left to right Graham Smith, Kent Mayfield, Diana
Dismuke, Ellen Piowaty and front Jim Haire. BOTTOM: Santa Claus is shown asking a young visitor what his heart desires are for Christmas.
FLIP!! UPPER LEFT: Donna Null and
Pat Patterson are shown flipping the
curtains over the flats in order to
change the setting for "The Lute
Song." UPPER RIGHT: Fred Kestner,
student director for the play, and Mr.
.I D F'l ht I 'n b
. . uson are caug re ax: g e-
tween rehearsals. LOWER RIGHT: Jim
Haire and David Barker are pictured
waiting for their cue to go on stage.
hinese T eater
"The Lute Song," the first presenta-
tion of the year put on by the North
High Players, was under the direction
of Mr. Dee Filson. This play was on the
line of experimental theater. The story
concerned the life of a Chinese boy try-
ing to make his way in the world.
Distinctive designs of grease paint
were put on the actor's faces represent-
ing good, bad, rich, poor or noble. The
designs were originated mostly by the
Very little scenery was used for this
play. A tree would represent a forest or
a flower pot a room, most of the scenery
effects were left to the audience.
Kent Mayfield played the lead in
the play as Tsai Yong. Diana Dismuke
as Tchao-ou-Niang played opposite
ul lid fesli ities
December was the month the Girls'
League sponsored a Christmas Tea to
honor North High's exchange student
from Finland, Tuulikki Lena Volanen.
The theme at the tea was Finland so
the decorations and refreshments were
all of the Finnish trend.
The Christmas Tea proved to be a
great success under the overall direc-
tion of Sylvia Shimlcus, Girls' League
president, who was assisted by the Girls'
League council and the advisor Miss
Vera McCormick, Dean of Girls.
Also in December was the assembly
put on by the Modern Dance group un-
der the direction of Mrs. Betsy Phelps.
The assembly was entitled the Little
Match Girl and was taken from the ta-
mous story of that same name.
Tuulikki Lena Volanen, an exchange
student from Finland, is pictured pos-
ing for the photographer after attend-
ing the Girls' League Christmas Tea,
held in her honor.
TEA? . . . LEFT: Toni Johnson and Sylvia Shim-
kus are shown offering Miss Vera McCormick
tea at the Girls' League Christmas Tea. BELOW
LEFT: In a scene from the assembly presented
by the Modern Dance group are Carol Lee,
Carole McDaniel and Sandra Swindler. BELOW
RIGHT: This popular fellow needs no introduc-
tion as Santa Claus.
F X' b
at iw gg A 3
We Q . 3
gg , E252 ,
X f N. K
,, ff? L
X q?'fZ'q--'44 f i - E1 "f --
n. l " ' Ni '- .-' ' 'fig
Ht., u dft typ? .X .
'Flaw' 'TUE Fr' ,Wk 'T . .
-Ls., sa -a,
4N'sMt Us af' Z , Z, "
ff:---ff . 1- . so Q- a
1,-e:.4tf .:,1 1f:' - N
f-af 'X flff far-'iii sf F3
5 , -: J .:.,:. 1 - X if N
f if l ii f 'Q Q
f . . 55' Si
t .Si ss!
' " ,1'
. . . TOP LEFT: Mr. John Gartner, a Ford Foundation Fellow, came to North to study our paper because of our All American
awards. He is pictured here with Mary Beth Aarni and Mr. Charles Burton. CENTER LEFT: Mr. C. A. Brown poses with his students who won
Honorable Mention in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. BOTTOM LEFT: Some of Mr. Dee Filson's third period Drama students are shown
working on the primary staging of the Masque. TOP RIGHT: Roberta Blalack and Dave Barker are shown during a scene from "January Thaw."
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. William Bartels was looking through the lockers in January for library books that hadn't been turned in.
Salad Bowl Princess
CANDIDATES . . . TOP: Sharon Baldwin, Roselle Beck and Evonne Jones are shown as the
candidates for the Salad Bowl Princess. ABOVE: Jo Ann Robert, Norrll's Salad Bowl Princess
is pictured as she arrived at the Salad Bowl game.
5 , a w- A
W M --ax .pm
' 6313" v.
N, ,X ,,
I, ut. 5-..
, 1 ."
ww W il
C 4 '
SHE'S FABULOUS . . . TOP: Lett to right:
Roselle Beck, Julie Broberg and Marlene Willis
were all candidates for the title of Fabulous
Jones. Beauteous Sharon Baldwin was chosen as
Fabulous Jones during the annual Sadie Haw-
kins Day celebration.
Sadi awkins Slat
A lead of 33? over her nearest com-
petitor brought Sharon Baldwin the
title of "Fabulous Jones." This contest
was sponsored by the Junior class at
the annual Sadie Hawkins Day cele-
bration at North.
Sl,lOO was the grand total of the
day, that was all to be contributed to
the March of Dimes. This money was
collected by members of the Junior
class by selling Druthers, candy cerealg
newspapers entitled The Yokum Yearly
and some was even collected from
Brent Cardwell, junior class presi-
dent, was chairman of the day.
ON T0 MEXICO!! Shown boarding the bus for Mexico are Mr. R. Cognac, Tanya Hartley, Bernice Sheridan, Merdith
Shoffman and Horace Pomeroy. These plus many other stu-dents in the Spanish classes went on this trip.
A trip to l-lermisillo, Mexico, high-
lighted the activities of the North High
Spanish Club. ln February some of the
students in this club rented a bus to take
them all the way to Mexico. On this trip
the students toured the city, attended
parties and even were invited to a
Miss Ruth White and Mr. Robert
Cognac accompanied the students on
The North Phoenix High stu-
dent council is shown in
action when the remodeling
of the corral was being dis-
cussed. All homeroom chair-
men attend these meetings
at which important problems
g K ,S ,,,,,.5sFa..3:A fs.
-f K s---. " of -f,
, 5 f. ,X
A E Qs? .cm
Ag- I . A .S
VL my gh J .::--v: :lv
J ,A J . ,Q
We J A
me If 1
V 'I U, f
K i nl
. . UPPER LEFT: Tuulikki Lena Volanen is shown posing with two of the models in Girls' League Fashion Show, Mary Gilman
and Pat Bell. CENTER LEFT: Some of the models in the fashion show are pictured with Miss Vera McCormick. They are Jacque Semon,
Joan Day, Judy Jennings and Gail Marsh. BOTTOM LEFT: Pat Bell models a dress. TOP RIGHT: Mike Ward is shown modeling the dress
Bette Payne was to wear to the Moonlight and Memories dance. BOTTOM LEFT: Some North High journalism students are pictured in
Redlands, California, where they attended a journalism conference. They are Judy Jekel, Mr. M. J. Shimer, Mary Beth Aarni, Bob Crawford,
Marilyn Lane, Bob Diamond and Dave Wantz. Marilyn conducted the students around the Redlands campus. She is attending Redlands
POSING tor the photographer after taking part
in the Girls' League Fashion Show are Mary
Gilman, Carole Thomas and Roselle Beck.
Beauty was on parade at the annual
Girls' League Fashion Show staged in
the North High auditorium March lO.
All the proceeds from this affair went to
benefit Tuulukki Lena Volanen, North
High's exchange student from Finland.
Models in the fashion show were Pat
Bell, Mary Lou Arnold, Cathy l-logg,
Truly Stevens and Harlene Miller.
Also in the show with spring fashions
from Korricks were Sharon Baldwin,
Carole Thomas, Roselle Beck, Mary
Gilman, Sandra Mason, Evonne Jones,
Jacque Semon, Judy Gnatt, Joan Day,
Jo Ann Robert, Georgia Welding, Carole
Lee Cupp, Gail Gentry, Judy Jennings
and Gail Marsh.
The theme of the fashion show was
"From Dawn to Dusk." Flowers were
provided by the courtesy of Dave's
FRONT ROW: Catherine Hogg, Sandra Mason and Georgia Wieding. BACK ROW
Evonne Jones, Harlene Miller and Jo Ann Robert show off their fashions for the
BELOW: A bathing suit is modeled by
Truly Stevens during the fashion show.
Q 3 if a J
.SKA 'K FW' J MN. NJ -:,, '
M X ss, ., .
FLIGHT iz oz ,
E J 05 'Z 1Qs,:
R21 s4"'1 3
IL X ,Q ,
if 1 'g 369 '
, Za 1 4 Q ss..
3 E' A' ' X
k S I N ,x'- , ..,, I ,..,.
.Xt . 5 J V , .. . ,512 A
2 f' .- Q- W , , , me WEA A'kXA ' , H Q. .
. . . TOP LEFT: Ardith Kolouch is pictured leaving on her prize winning tour with Miss Norma Sayre, her advisor. Ardith was
named Arizona's Homemaker of the Year. CENTER LEFT: Johnny Davidson, Jane Boarman, Dick Whitney and Mary Ann VVilson are shown
leaving tor the Junior-Senior Prom. LOWER LEFT: Mariorie Leim and Charlann Scheid are depicted in a scene from "Stage Door." TOP RIGHT:
Cathy Hogg is shown feeding a fried grasshopper to an unwilling John Hammonds. CENTER RIGHT: Liz Thomas, Garry Springer, Nancy Rogers,
David King, Linda Beck. and Joe Zac are pictured in the corral after it was redecorated, BOTTOM LEFT: This was the corral bef0re it had
BACK ROW: Sherry Garrison, Helen Siebenthal. FRONT ROW: Roberta Blalack, Marjorie Liem, Virginia McFarlane and Bar
bara Bunch are shown acting a scene from "Stage Door," presented at North High April first and second.
Dr in And ililar
Gary Solomon, Bob Finch and Tom McCowen are pictured in action on Military Night which was held at
Montgomery Stadium April 22.
H QEOO., P7
13? 1 Q,
J-L QENKOQX ...
SENIOR OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Carol McDaniel, Secretary-Treasurer, Carol Barney, Girls' League Repre-
sentative: Bill Montague, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Joe Jordan, President, Janet Achauer and Catherine
Hogg, Honor Court Judges, Charles Mehard, Boys' Alliance Representative.
Senior C ass of '
The members ot the Senior Class ot
'55 have proved themselves to be a
group ot students striving to bring
honor to their class and school. Among
these students we have the State winner
of the Future Homemaker of America
award, outstanding speech students,
athletes, and future scientists.
This year the seniors have presented
movies, dances ,and the ever popular
Junior-Senior Talent assembly. Last
vear they were very proud to say that
Sadie Hawkins Day brought in more
money tor polio than any previous year.
This glory was taken over by this year's
Junior class and it proved to be a chal-
lenge to each succeeding year to raise
the amount higher as started by the
class ot '55.
As this year draws to a close there is
the rush of buying graduation an-
nouncements and cards, the panoramic
picture, and new clothes tor the excite-
ment ot the many parties and dances
held at graduation time. The last plan-
ning ot the year by the Senior Class is
tor the success ot the Junior-Senior
prom, Senior l-lop, and the Senior Re-
ception tollowing graduation.
MARY BETH AARNI Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Roundup
2, 3, News Editor 4, Social Committee Secretary 4,
Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4.
FRED FADLOW ABRAHAM Parnassus l, 2, 3, Chal-
lengers Hi-Y 2, 3, , Physics Club 4, Model Legislature
JANET ACHAUER Parnassus I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Honor
Court Judge 4, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Service
Organization Vice President 3.
DAVID ADAMS Entered from West Phoenix High 3.
RAY ALBERTS Entered from Highland High School,
Albuquerque, New Mexico 4, Homeroom Officer 4.
CAROL ALBRECHT Entered from Steuben Jr. High
School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2, Legio Honoris 2, Pep
Club 2, 3, Adv. Glee Club 3.
JEANETTE ALDRIDGE Roundup 3, 4, Hoofbeats Sec-
tion Editor 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club I.
GRANT ALLEN Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Boy's State 3,
Westinghouse Honorable Mention 4, Physics Club 4.
DENNIS ANDERSON Entered from Washington High
School, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 4, Parnassus 4, Or-
KATHRYN ANDERSON Entered from Columbia Heights
High School, Columbia Heights, Minnesota 3, Pep Club
3, Adv. Glee Club 4.
LYNN ETTE AN DERSON
KAE ANDREEN Student Body Secretary 4, Tri-Lytz Tri-
Hi-Y 4, Girls' State 3, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3.
MARY LOU ARNOLD Pom Pon 3, Capt. 4, Masque of
the Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, 4, Assembly I, 2, 3, 4, Horne-
room Officer I, 2, 3.
NELLIE ATCHLEY Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
Officer l, 2, White Caps l.
JACKIE ATKERSON Homeroom Officer I, 4, Cheer-
leader 2, 3, Masque of the Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, 4,
Modern Dance 3, 4.
DORA ATWOOD Homeroom Officer 3.
RODGER BACHMAN Entered from Tempe High School,
Tempe, Arizona 4, Key Club Treasurer 4, Challengers
Hi-Y 4, Homeroom Officer 4.
PATRICIA BARDIN Entered from Greenwood High
School, Greenwood, Mississippi 4, Adv. Glee Club 4,
Homeroom Officer 4.
DANNY RAY BARNETT Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Service
CAROL BARNEY Senior Girls' League Rep. 4, School
Play 3, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 4, Masque of the Yellow
BARBARA BARR A Cappella 3, 4, Masque of the
Yellow Moon 3, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, Assembly
DONNA A. BEATTY Masque of the Yellow Moon 3, 4,
Adv. Glee Club 2, 3, School Play 3, FBLA 4.
LEE B EATTY
ROSELLE BECK Pom Pon 3, Co-captain 4, A Cappella
2, 3, 4, May Day Queen 3, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4.
CAROL ANN BELCHER Masque of the Yellow Moon l,
2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Homeroom Officer l, 3, 4, Sadie
Hawkins Assembly 3.
BEVERLY BELEY Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, Tri-
Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Club 3, 4.
LUCIE BEMANN Entered from Whitefish Bay High
School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2, Legio Honoris 2, Tri-
Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2.
LYNN HATCH BENTLEY Varsity Rifle Team 2, 3,
Capt. 4, Letterman's Club 2, Sec.-Treas. 4, Physics Club
4, Aggie Club l.
ARMAND E. BERGERSEN Entered from Maine Township
High School, Park Ridge, Illinois 4.
MARLYS BERRY Pep Club 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2, Masque
of the Yellow Moon 3.
TOM E. BIRMINGHAM Varsity Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Varsity
Track 2, 3, Varsity Cross Country l, 2, 3, Homeroom
SUE BLOSSOM Homeroom Officer l, Tennis Club l.
JACK BOHANNON Band l, 2, Adv. Band 3, 4, Masque
of the Yellow Moon I, 2,
JUNE BONESTEEL Entered from Milhamford High
School, Oxford, England 3, Homeroom Officer 3, GAA
BARBARA BOUVEA Executive Committee 3, Homerocm
Officer 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Cheerleader 4.
DAVID BOWMAN Entered from Hawthorne High School,
Hawthorne, California 2, Lancer Hi-Y 3, 4, JV Football
3, Homerocm Officer 2, 4.
BETTY BRACKER Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
GORDON BRETZING Varsity Football 4, Varsity Base-
ball 3, 4, Letterman's Club 4, Varsity Hi-Y 4.
ELAINE BRIGHT Scholastic Art Contest 2, 3, 4, Student
of the Week 4, California Western Music Conference 2,
4, School Play 3, 4.
DONNA RUTH BRILLHART Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,
Adv. Glee Club 4, School Play 3, Art Club 3, 4.
MARY BRINKMAN Entered from St. Margaret's High
School, Minneapolis, Minnesota 3, Homeroom Officer 4.
MARY JAYNE BRYANT A Cappella Service Choir 3, 4,
Madrigals 4, California Western Music Conference 4,
School Play 3, Masque 2, 3, 4.
TERRELL EDWARD BURNETT
CAROL ANN BURNS Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Lytz
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Masque of the Yellow Moon l, 2, 3,
Executive Committee 4.
DORTHA BURROW Majorette 2, 3, 4, Tennis Club l,
2, 3, 4, JV Tennis Team l, 2, School Play 3.
SUSAN BUSCH Homeroom Officer 2, Pep Club 3,
Y-Teens 3, Masque of the Yellow Moon 3.
CAROL BUTLER Tri-Lytz-Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Homeroom
Officer 3, 4, Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Masque of the Yellow
Moon l, 2, 3, 4.
CONNIE CAMPBELL Entered from Hockaday School,
Dallas, Texas 2, French Club 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Parnassus
2, 3, 4.
MARY JEAN CAMPBELL Masque of the Yellow Moon
2, Parnassus I, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3.
SUSAN CARTER Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, Home-
room Officer 2, 3, Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 4, Physics Club 4.
BRUCE CASEY ROTC Master Sergeant l, 2, 3, 4,
Masque of the Yellow Moon 3, Homeroom Officer 2,
NCO Club 4.
DON CAUGHLIN Parnassus 3, 4, Spanish Club, Pres.
3, Scholastic Art Awards l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer
l, 2, 3, 4.
LINDA ANN CHASE GAA l, 2, Masque of the Yellow
Moon 3, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4.
GENE CHRISTOPHEL Band 2, 3, 4, Masque of the
Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, 4, School Play 3, 4.
MAXINE COGDILL Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Future
Homemakers of America l, Historian 2, President 3.
WILLIAM JOE COLLIER Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Phys-
ics Club 4, Chemistry Club 3, Legio Honoris 2.
JOYCELYN COLLINS Adv. Glee Club 3, 4.
JOHNNY COLYER JV Baseball l, Varsity 2, 3, 4,
Basketball Frosh l, JV 2, Varsity 3, Varsity Hi-Y l, 2,
Pres. 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4.
BARBARA J. COOK Entered from Lake View High
School, Chicago, Illinois 4, School Play 4.
DON COOLEY Legio Honoris 2, JV Track 2, Challengers
Hi-Y 2, Wrestling Team 4.
JEAN COVINGTON Homeroom Officer l, 4.
JAN D. COX GAA I, 2, Secretary 3, 4, All Star Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, Varsity 3.
BILL CRAIG Honor Court Judge I, 2, Junior Class Pres.
3, Student Body President 4.
BOB CRAWFORD Roundup 2, Sports Editor 3, Editor 4,
Quill 8- Scroll 3, President 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Parnassus
2, 3, 4.
PATSY CROSS French Club 2, Assembly l.
CAROL CROSSON Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 3,
School Play 3, Homeroom Officer 3, Pep Club I, 2.
NADINE MARIE CROW Masque of the Yellow Moon
l, 2, 3, 4, School Play 3.
BARBARA LUCILLE CUMMINS Homeroom Officer l,
ROBERT DAEHLER Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
Officer l, 3, 4, JV Tennis l, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Adv. Band
2, 3, 4, Service Band 3, 4.
JACK DALE ROTC I, 2, 3, 4, Masque of the Yellow
Moon l, 3.
HORACE DE FRANCESCO Physics Club 4, Service Band
3, 4, ABC Club 3, Homeroom Officer l.
GAIL DE HERDER Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Tri-
Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 3, Secretary 4, A Cappella 4, Parnassus
l, 2, 3, 4.
ANN DEIBNER Majorette 3, 4, Tri-Detts Tri-l-li-Y 3, 4,
A Cappella 4, Jr.-Sr. Talent Assembly 3, 4.
FRANCES DE LAURO
JANETT DILLEY Entered from East High School, Den-
ver, Colorado 4.
DIANA DISMUKE Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
Officer 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Treasurer 3, Latin Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4.
LOIS EVELYN DODDS Masque of the Yellow Moon l,
2, 3, Homeroom Officer l, 2.
PENNY DODSON Masque of the Yellow Moon l, 3, 4,
Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, Vice Pres. 4, Modern Dance 3. 4.
SUSAN DOLEZAL Homeroom Officer l, Adv. Glee Club
2, 3, White Caps 3, 4, Masque of the Yellow Moon 3.
BRIAN DONOH UE
JUDY DOROSKY Entered from Lodi High School, Lodi,
LOIS ANN DRAGE Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
Officer 2, 4, School Play 3, 4, Masque of the Yellow
Moon l, 2, 3, 4.
DICK DRINEN Parnassus 3, 4, Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Key
Club 4, A Cappella 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4.
BARBARA DRISKELL Adv. Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella
4, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, School Play 3.
MARY JO DUNCAN Pep Club l, 2, 3, Tri-Summa Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, School Play 3, 4.
ED DURDEN A Cappella Service Choir and Madrigals
3, 4, California Western Music Conference 4, Band 4,
Masque of the Yellow Moon 3.
MARILYN E. DU VALL Masque of the Yellow Moon 3,
A Cappella 3, 4.
DON DVOJACK Homeroom Officer l, 2, School Play 4,
Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 3, ROTC l, 2, 3.
ELAINE ECKLE Masque of the Yellow Moon l, 2, 3,
School Play 2, 3, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, Tennis Club l, 2.
PAUL EDGERTON Parnassus l, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer
2, Physics Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4.
STEPHANIE ELDRIDGE School Play 2, 3, Masque of the
Yellow Moon 3, Roundup l, 4, Scholastic Art Awards l,
2, 3, 4.
BETTY ALICE ERICKSON Masque of the Yellow Moon
2, 3, School Play 2, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
JO ANN ERICKSON Entered from Regis High School,
Eau Claire, Wisconsin 3, Adv. Band 3, 4.
HYLA EVANS Hoofbeats 3, Editor-in-chief 4, Quill 8-
Scroll 4, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Club 3, 4.
CAROL ANN FENSTERMAKER Homeroom Officer 4,
Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, President 4, Masque of the Yellow
Moon 3, A Cappella 4.
JIM FETTERS Band l, 2, 3, 4, Challengers Hi-Y 3, 4,
Homeroom Officer 3.
BOBBY DON FINCH ROTC Lt. Colonel 4, ROTC Club
Pres. 4, Challengers Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Frosh Baseball l.
KATHRYN RUTH FLETCHER School Play 2, 3, Masque
of the Yellow Moon 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Club 3.
LORETTA FORD Entered from Arcata High School,
Arcata, California 3.
BEVERLY JEANNE FOSTER Adv. Band 2, 3, Masque
of the Yellow Moon l, 2, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, Home-
room Officer 2, 3.
SANDRA FRANKLIN Tri-Summa Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Home-
room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club I, 3, FBLA 4.
ALLAN FROSTROM Entered from John Adams Jr. High,
Los Angeles Calif. I, School Play 3, A Cappella 3, 4,
Masque of the Yellow Moon 3.
MARLENE FUNK Entered from Tekonsha High School,
Tekonsha, Michigan 2, Legio Honoris 3.
GAIL GASKIN Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3,
4, Latin Club I, 2, Adv. Glee Club 3, 4.
CAROLEE GILBERT School Play 3, Pep Club l, 2, 3,
Masque of the Yellow Moon 3, Homeroom Officer 2.
GUYLA MARY GILMAN Masque of the Yellow Moon
l, 2, 3, 4, Pom Pon 3, 4, Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, 4,
Assembly 2, 3, 4.
CHARLOTTE GOODE Entered from Appleton Sr. High
School, Appleton, Wisconsin 3, White Caps 3, Book
Club 3, 4.
EVA BETH GRAMMAR Tennis l, 2, 3, Masque of the
Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, 4, School Play 4, Modern Dance
DIANA GREEN Entered from Brookfield High School,
Brookfield, Missouri 4, A Cappella 4, School Play 4,
Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4.
GLORIA GREENHILL Entered from Glendale High, Glen-
dale, Arizona 3, School Play 3, 4, Masque of the Yellow
Moon 3, 4, Pep Club 4.
KAY JOHNNA GREGORY Entered from Hennessey High
School, Hennessey, Oklahoma 2, A Cappella 4.
ESMOND GROSZ Class Council 2, 3, 4, Parnassus 3, 4,
Physics Club 4, Tennis Club I, 2, 3, 4.
GORDON P. GROVER Frosh Football I, JV 2, 3, Varsity
4, Frosh Baseball I, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4, Lancer Hi-Y 2,
3, 4, Parnassus I, 4.
SARA ELIZABETH GUCKER Pep Club I, Tri-Detts Tri-
BEVERLY JO GUFFEY A Cappella 4, Adv Glee Club 2,
3, Masque of the Yellow Moon 3, 4, Girls' League Cabi-
DONNA RAE HACKNEY Majorette 3, 4, Tri-Detts
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Homeroom Officer I,
2, 3, 4.
JAN HAKES A Cappella 2, 3, 4, State Music Confer-
ence 2, Homeroom Officer I, 2, 4, Parnassus 2, 3, 4.
JOHN HAMMONDS Physics Club 4, Key Club 4, Home-
room Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Executive Committee 4.
RICHARD HANSON Entered from Madison West High
School, Madison Wisconsin 2, Adv. Band 2, 3, 4, Physics
MALINDA LOU HARDIN Entered from Franklin High
School, Franklin, Indiana 4, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, A
JOE HARPER Challengers Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
Officer 2, 3, 4, Frosh Baseball I.
SARA HAYES Masque of the Yellow Moon I, 2, 3,
Parnassus I, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Pres. 4, Homeroom
Officer I, 2, 3, 4.
TERRY WARD HEIMAN Challengers Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Physics Club 4, JV Football 2. 7
DEANNA HEIZER A Cappella 2, 3, 4, California West-
ern Music Conference 2, Parnassus I, 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr.
Talent Assembly 3, 4.
JAMES D. HELVIE Entered from Farmington High
School, Farmington, New Mexico 4, Pep Club 4, Skating
MICKEY HENDERSON Fresh. Class Vice Pres. I, Home-
room Officer I, 2, 3, Key Club 4, Band 3, Pres. 4.
CAROL ANN HICKS
ANITA HILL Homeroom Officer 3, Masque of the
Yellow Moon 2, Pep Club 2.
NANCY HILL GAA All Star I, 2, 3, 4, Archery Club
2, Pres. 3, Band I, 2, Service Band 3, 4, Homeroom
MIKE HILLHOUSE Entered from Central Union High
School, Fresno, California 2, Honor Court Judge 3, Pep
Club 3, 4.
JOHN HENRY HINSHAW Homeroom Officer I.
PAMELA HOAGLAND Homeroom Officer I, 2, Parnas-
sus 3, 4, Corral Board 4, A Cappella 4.
CATHERINE HOGG Pom Pon 3, 4, Parnassus I, 2, 4,
Masque of the Yellow Moon I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Court
CHARLOTTE HOLLEY Adv. Glee Club 2, 3, Homeroom
ROBERT HOLMES Entered from South High School,
Minneapolis, Minnesota I, Physics Club 3.
MARILYN L. HOOD Service Org. Sec.-Treas. 2, 4,
Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 3, Sec. 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Homeroom
BEVERLY JANE HORTON School Play 3, Pep Club
l, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer l, Bowling Club l.
SHELIA LOUISE HOWARD Homeroom Officer l, 2,
3, 4, Tennis Club I, 2, 3, Sadie Hawkin's Assembly 3,
MILDRED HUCKO Homeroom Officer l, 2, 4, Pep
Club l, 2, 3, GAA I, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
SHARRON HUGHES Entered from Phoenix Union High
School, Phoenix 3, Archery Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4.
SHIRLEY HUGHES Entered from Olean High School,
Olean, New York l, Adv. Glee Club 3, 4, Parnassus 4,
Assembly 3, 4.
VIRGINIA HELEN HUNT A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Madrigal
Singers 4, Parnassus 4.
SHELIA HURLEY Pep Club I, Homeroom Officer 2,
3, 4, A Cappella 4.
RICHARD FLOYD IMBODEN Homeroom Officer 2, 3,
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Model Legislature 3.
JAN JACKSON Masque of the Yellow Moon I, Espan-
lata Club 2, Pep Club 3, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4.
JOANNE JACKSON Tri-Deffs Tri-Hi-Y 4, Assembly
I, 2, Masque of the Yellow Moon i, 2, 3, School
Play 2, 3.
GRANT ALAN JENNINGS
CAROL JERGLER Entered from Central High School,
Alpena, Michigan 3, Adv. Glee Club 4, Pep Club 3.
DOLORES JOHNSON Masque of the Yellon Moon I, 2,
3, 4, Archery Club 3, 4, Agriculture Club 3, 4, Girls
Rifle Team 3.
MARY LEE JOHNSON Entered from Albuquerque High
School, Albuquerque, New Mexico 2, Band 4, Service
PHYLLIS JOHNSON Parnassus l, 2, 3, 45 Band
l, 2, 3, 45 Westinghouse Honorable Mention 45 Physics
Club President 4.
RONNIE JOHNSON Social Committee 45 Key Club 45
Physics Club 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3.
EVONNE JONES Pom Pon 2, 3, 45 Masque of the
Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 45
Assembly l, 2, 3, 4.
JUDY JONES Homeroom Officer I5 Adv. Glee Club
l, 2, 35 A Cappella 4.
JOE JORDAN Senior Class President 45 Key Club
President 45 Challengers Hi-Y 3, Vice-President 45
Photographer 2, 3, 4.
KAREN JORGENSEN Homeroom Officer l, 3, 45 Par-
nassus l, 25 School Play 3.
LARRY JOURNELL Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Jr.-Sr.
Talent Assembly 45 Sadie Hawkins Day Assembly 35
Bookstore Board 2, 4.
JOE JURCA Parnassus I, 2, 3, 45 Lancers Hi-Y 45
Physics Club Vice-President 45 Westinghouse Honorable
JOANNE KAMRAR Entered from Xavier High School,
Phoenix, Arizona 35 Tri-Summa Tri-Hi-Y 3, Vice-President
45 Adv. Glee Club 3, 45 Calif. Western Music Confer-
FREDERICK ALLEN KESTNER ROTC l, 25 Masque of
the Yellow Moon 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 25 School
Play 2, 3, 4.
KAY KINCAID Tennis Club l5 Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4.
YVONNE KNIGHT Entered from Buckeye Union High
School, Buckeye, Arizona 25 Homeroom Officer 25 Tennis
Club JV 2, Varsity 4.
BEVERLY LOUISE KOLB Homeroom Officer l, 2, 35
Parnassus l, 25 Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 35
School Play l, 2, 3.
MERV KOLB Roundup 2, 3, 4, Campus Correspondent
45 Hoofbeats Section Editor 45 Quill 8. Scroll 3, 45 Boys'
ARDITH MAVEE KOLOUCH Homeroom Officer I5
Parnassus l, 2, 3, 45 School Play 35 A Cappella 4.
MARCIA LUCILLE KRAATZ Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 45 Or-
chestra 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club
2, 3, 4.
JIM KRAFFT A Cappella 2, 3, President 4, Madrigals
45 Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 35 Challengers Hi-Y
Chaplain 45 Parnassus 4.
DIANE KROLL Entered from Phoenix Union High
School, Phoenix 35 Masque of the Yellow Moon 35 Tri-
Detts Tri-Hi-Y 45 Adv. Glee Club 3.
CLARENCE W. KROULIK Homeroom Officer 2, 3'
Agriculture Club 3.
DUANE KUMMER Football Frosh l, JV 2, Varsity 3, 4'
Baseball Frosh I, JV 2, Varsity 3.
RICHARD LAIRD Entered from Bedford High School,
Bedford, Ohio l, Parnassus l, 4, Legio Honoris 4, Home-
room Officer 2.
ROBERT LAIRD Entered from Bedford High School
Bedford, Ohio I, Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Legio Honoris 4,
Homeroom Officer 2.
TOM LAIRD Entered from Carlsbad High School, Carls-
bad, New Mexico 3.
BOB LANGE Parnassus I, 2, Vice-President 3, President
4, Westinghouse Honorable Mention 4, Student Council
l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4.
JAY DEE LANNING Adv. Band 3, 4, Homeroom Officer
2, 4, Masque of the Yellow Moon 2.
ROBERT LAREN Entered from Calumet High School,
Chicago, Illinois 3, Pep Club 4, Physics Club 4, Key
LOUISE LAYTON Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, 4.
CAROL JEAN LEE
PEGGY LEWIS French Club 3, 4, Masque of the Yel-
low Moon 3, Adv. Glee Club 3, 4.
JOAN LUDKE Entered from Alexandria High School,
Alexandria, Minnesota 3, Student Council 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, 4, Parnassus 4.
BARBARA LUTZ Masque of the Yellow Moon l, 2, 3,
Homeroom Officer I, 2.
JANET MacFARLANE Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Tennis
Club l, 2, Pep Club 4, FBLA 4.
DOROTHY MADDOX Honor Court Secretary 2, Honor
Court Judge 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Girls' State 3.
MARY ANN MALETICH Tennis Frosh l, JV 2, 3,
Homeroom Officer 4, Masque of the Yellow Moon 3,
Parnassus I, 2, 3, 4.
DOROTHY MALONE Masque of the Yellow Moon 2,
Sadie Hawkins Assembly 3.
MARILYN MANOR Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4.
SANDRA MASON Pom Pon 2, 3, 4, Masque of the
Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4,
Jr.-Sr. Talent Assembly 3, 4.
DOROTHY MASTERS Archery Club 2, 3, 4, White
Caps I, 2, 3, Adv. Glee Club 3, A Cappella 4.
KARAN McBRAYER Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Tennis
Club l, 2, Pep Club 3, 4.
SHARAN McBRAYER Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, 4, Tennis Club l, 2, Homeroom Officer l.
TOM McCOWAN ROTC Captain 4, ROTC Club 3, 4.
CAROL McDANIEL Entered from Penn Yan Jr. High
School, Penn Yan, N. Y. 2, Senior Class Secretary-Treas-
urer 4, Social Committee Secretary 4, Class Council 3, 4.
EVELYN ALLEN McDONALD
LARRY MCMILLEN Challengers Hi-Y I, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 2, 3, Track Frosh l, JV 2, Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3.
BENNIE McNEVINS Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4,
Service Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3.
BETTY MEEK Entered from Farragut High School, Far-
ragut, Iowa I.
KIM MEEKER School Play 2, 3, Social Committee 3,
Chemistry Club Secretary-Treasurer 3, Adv. Glee Club 3.
SHIRLEE MENEFEE Parnassus 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4,
California Western Music Conference 2, Homeroom Of-
ficer I, 2, 3.
HERBERT MESHEL Adv. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra
3, 4, Key Club 4.
CAROL ANN MEYER GAA I, 2, Rifle Club 3, Pep
Club I, 2, 3.
JON MEYER Challengers Hi-Y I, Sec. 3, President
2, 4, FBLA 4, Homeroom Officer I, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4.
SHARON LYNNE MICKLE Pom Pon 4, Masque of the
Yellow Moon I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 3, School
Play 2, 3.
LEE ANNE MILLHOUSE
PAT MOELLER Entered from Steinmetz High School,
Chicago, Illinois 4, White Caps 4.
NANCY MOORBECK Homeroom Officer I, Masque of
the Yellow Moon 2, 3, 4, School Play 3, Sadie Hawkins
ELDRIDGE M. MOORES Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Parnas-
sus I, 2, 3, 4, Westinghouse Honorable Mention 4,
Key Club 4.
AUSTIN MYERS Entered from El Paso High School,
El Paso, Illinois 2, Challengers Hi-Y 4, Homeroom Officer
2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4.
MARY ELLEN MYERS Entered from El Paso High
School, El Paso, Illinois 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4,
Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 4, Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 3.
MARY ANN NETHERLIN
BRYAN EDWARD NEWMAN Adv. Band 2, 3, 4,
A Cappella 2 ,3, 4, California Western Music Conference
2, 4, Jr.-Sr. Talent Assembly 3.
WALLIE ELIZABETH NIXON Parnassus 2, 3, 4, Home-
room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Board 4, Rotary Speech
MICKEY O'DELL Baseball Frosh l, JV 2, 3, Varsity 4,
Hi-Y 3, 4.
MARGARET O'LEARY Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4,
Parnassus l, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Detts Tri-Hy-Y 3, Secretary 4,
Masque of the Yellow Moon l, 2.
RUTHELLA OLIVER Y-Teens Sec. 2, President 3,
Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Adv. Glee Club 2, 3,
A Cappella 4.
NANCY LYNN OLSSON Homeroom Officer l, Masque
of the Yellow Moon 3, 4, Archery Club 4.
LAURA MAE ORMAN Masque of the Yellow Moon 3,
4, A Cappella 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2.
DIANE PANDELI Entered from Classical High School,
Lynn, Massachusetts 4, Roundup Ad Manager 4, Quill
84 Scroll 4.
MICKEY PARKER Entered from Ponca High School,
Ponca City, Oklahoma 3.
KENNY PATTERSON Football JV 3, Varsity 4, Wrest-
ling Varsity 4, Varsity Hi-Y 4.
ROBERT PATTERSON Entered from Lane Technical
High School, Chicago, Illinois 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Physics
Club 4, Rifle Team 4.
BERNADINE PAWLOWSKI Latin Club l, 2, Masque
gf the Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Archery
lub 3, 4.
BARBARA JUNE PAYNE Student Body Treasurer 4,
Jr. Class Sec.-Treas. 35 Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4,
A Cappella 3, 4.
NANCY PETERS Entered from Glendale High School,
Glendale, California 3.
CLAUDE R. PETTY Spanish Club 2, Homeroom Offi-
GAIL PHILLIPS Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Parnas-
sus 45 Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, Masque of the Yellow
Moon l, 2, 3, 4.
ELLEN PIOWATY School Play l, 2, 3, 45 Parnassus
I, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, Westinghouse Hon-
orable Mention 4.
FRANK PITTENGER Challenger Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4.
PEGGY JEAN PRENTICE Masque of the Yellow Moon
SALLY QUAIN School Play 3, Pep Club 3, Assembly
35 Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 3.
ELDON M. QUICK Assembly Committee 2, Student
Council l, 2, School Play l, 2, 3, 45 Stage Manager 4.
NORMAN J. RASH Masque of the Yellow Moon 3,
ROTC l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4.
ROBERT E. REYNOLDS Mustang Band I, 2, 3, 4, Key
Club 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Roundup 2.
VIRGINIA REYNOLDS Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Adv.
Glee Club 3, 4.
SARAH P. RICE Parnassus I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Of-
ficer 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 4, Treas-
RONALD RICHARDS Entered from Phoenix Union High
School, Phoenix 3, Hoofbeats Sports Editor 4, Round-
up 3, 4.
DONNA RICKS Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 3,
Homeroom Officer 2, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4.
GAIL JAYNE RIFE Pep Club 3, 4, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4.
NANCY CAROLYN RIVERS Archery Club I, 2, 3,
Vice-President 4, A Cappella 4, Parnassus 3, Homeroom
BOB ROBINSON Freshman and Sophomore Class Presi-
dent I, 2, Service Organization President 3, Pep Club
2, 3, President 4, Lancer Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4.
LU ANNE ROBINSON
JOHN ROBSON Entered from Santa Cruz Valley Union
High School, Eloy, Arizona I, Challengers Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4.
TIDRICK RODMAN Entered from Brown Military Aca-
demy, San Diego, Calif. I, Bowling Club President I, 2,
Secretary 4, Skating Club 4.
NANCY ROSS Tennis Club I, 2, Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 4,
Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 4.
WILLIAM G. ROSS Homeroom Officer 3, Coin Club
TOM RYAN Entered from St. Mary's High School,
Phoenix, Arizona 2.
ROSIE SANCHEZ Entered from Litchfield High School,
Litchfield Park, Arizona 4, Glee Club 4, Pep Club 4.
NORMAN L. SAVILLE Band 3, 4.
CAROL SCHELLENBERG A Cappella 3, 4, Parnassus
l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, School Play 3.
SANDRA SCHUFF Parnassus l, Masque cf the Yellgw
Moon 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 3, Physics Club 4.
SHARON SCHWEDLER Entered from Washington High
School, Oconto, Wisconsin l, Parnassus 4, Spanish Club
3, School Play 4.
MARY SCOTT Art Club l, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Home-
room Officer 4.
RICHARD SCRIVANO Parnassus 2, 3, Homeroom Cf-
ficer 2, A Cappella 3, 4.
EDNA SEITZ Agriculture Club 3, Vice-President 4,
Pep Club 3, Girls' Rifle Club 3.
SHARON SEXTON Latin Club l, 2, Student Council
l, 2, 3, Assembly 3, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES J. SHARBAUGH Entered from Johnstown Catho-
lic High School, Johnstown, Pennsylvania l, FBLA Presi-
BARBARA JEAN SHAW A Cappella 3, 4, Masque of
the Yellow Moon 3, Homeroom Officer 4.
NANCY K. SHERER Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4,
Orchestra 2, Parnassus 3, 4.
SYLVIA LOUISE SHIMKUS Girls' League Vice-President
3, President 4, Art Club 3, Vice-President 4, Girls' State
3, Parnassus l, 2, 3.
CAROL SHOGREN Entered from Kelvyn Park High
School, Chicago, lllinois 2, Masque of the Yellow Moon
2, School Play 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4.
JOYCE SINGLETON Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, Masque
of the Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, 4, Parnassus 2, 4, Modern
Dance 3, 4.
SH ELIA SLINKER
NANCY DE HAAN SLOAN Adv.. Glee Club 2, 3,
President 45 A Cappella 45 Homeroom Officer 45 Masque
of the Yellow Moon 3.
JUDY SLONAKER Entered from Bunker Jr. High School,
Muskegon, Michigan 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, President 45 Tri-Hi-Y
Council Secretary 45 Orchestra 4.
DOLORES SMILEY Parnassus lg Masque of the Yellow
Moon 35 School Play 45 Pep Club 3.
BARBARA K. SMITH Entered from Mt. View Union
High School, Mt. View, California 3.
CHARMIAN SMITH Parnassus l, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Repre-
sentative to Girls' League 35 Girls' League Secretary 45
A Cappella 2, 3, 4.
PHILLIP RAY SMITH Band 2, Service 3, 45 Masque of
the Yellow Moon 2, 45 Agriculture Club l.
PRESTON SMITH Parnassus l, 2, 3, 45 Key Club Vice-
President 45 Band 8- Service Band l, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom
Officer I, 2, 4.
BOB SNYDER ROTC Lt. 45 ROTC Club 45 Homeroom
Officer 2, 35 Pep Club 4.
CAROLYN SOLOMON Girls' League Treasurer 45 Par-
nassus 3, 45 Latin Club l, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella 3, 4.
GARY SOLOMON Baseball Frosh I, JV 25 Football
RONNIE SPEEDLING Football JV 2, Varsity 3.
MARION STANECKER Parnassus 2, 3, 45 Adv. Glee
Club 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 45 Masque of the Yel-
low Moon 3.
DIANE STANFORD Orchestra 3, 45 Scholastic Art
Awards 3, 45 Tennis 35 Homeroom Officer 4.
CAROL STANLEY Adv. Band 2, 3, 45 FBLA Sec. 4.
STEVEN STEFANOS Entered from East Pittsburgh High
School, East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 25 Physics Club 45
Latin Club 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA STIPSKY School Play 2, Masque of the
Yellow Moon 3.
BEVERLY A. STOUT Entered from Chandler High
School, Chandler, Arizona I, Legio Honoris 3, Masque
of the Yellow Moon 3, 4.
ELEANOR STRADER Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, 4,
School Play 3, Masque of the Yellow Moon 3, Hoof'
RICHARD STRAHL Basketball Frosh I, JV 2, Varsity
3, Track Frosh I, JV 2 Varsity 3, 4, Challengers Hi-Y 3,
4, Homeroom Officer 3.
JANICE SUKOW Adv. Glee Club 4, GAA I, 2.
CHARLOTTE SULLIVAN Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, Vice-
President 3, Orchestra 2, Sec. 3, Librarian 4, Adv. Glee
Club 3, A Cappella 4.
ELSA SUMNERS Physics Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4, School
Play 3, Band 3.
TERRY SUTHERLAND Entered from Flagstaff High
School, Flagstaff, Arizona 2, JV Golf 2, Homeroom Of-
ficer 3, 4, Challengers Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
KARILYN SWARTZEL Homeroom Officer I, 2, Masque
of the Yellow Moon 2, 3, 4, Adv. Glee Club 3, 4, Tri-
Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
MARILYN K. SWARTZEL Masque of the Yellow Moon
2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Scholastic Art Awards
2, 3, 4, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
MARGIE SWIFT Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Adv. Glee
Club 3, A Cappella 4.
SANDRA SWINDLER Masque of the Yellow Moon 2,
3, 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, School Play 3, 4, Homeroom
SALLY SWITZER Parnassus I, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Band
I, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,
Westinghouse Honorable Mention 4.
GARY TALBOT Challengers Hi-Y 4.
CAROLE THEOBALD Homeroom Officer I, 2, Parnas-
sus I, 4, Roundup Circulation Manager 4, A Cappella
2, 3, 4.
CHERYL THIEBEN Parnassus I, 2, 3, 4, Masque of the
Yellow Moon I, 2, 3, 4, School Play 3, Modern Dance
JUNE THOMAS i
MELINDA THOMAS Parnassus I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella
3, 4, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Masque of the Yellow
MAUREEN J. THOMPSON Entered from Olathe High
School, Olathe, Kansas 4, Roundup Feature Editor 4,
Quill 8. Scroll 4, Homeroom Officer 4.
ERCELLE TISOR Parnassus 3, 4, Masque of the Yellow
Moon l, 2, 3, 4, School Play 3, Physics Club 4.
ROSEMARY TOLLIVER School Play 2, 3, 4, Corral
Board 4, Homeroom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Executive Com-
BETSY TOWER Service Organization President 4, Par-
nassas I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Tri-Lytz Tri-Hi-Y 3.
TIM N. TOWNSEND
JANICE TURNER Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, Homeroom Of-
ficer 3, Hoofbeats Section Editor 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4.
HARRY UNGER Tennis Club l, 2, Orchestra 2.
FRANK VAN ATTA
NANCY VAN PROYEN Masque of the Yellow Moon 3,
Adv. Glee Club 4.
MARY HELEN VAUGHN Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 4, Home-
room Officer 2, Pep Club 3, 4.
VIRGINIA VAUPELL A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Masque of
the Yellow Moon 2, 3, Assembly l, 2, 3, 4, Parnassus l.
JAMES P. VOIGT Parnassus 3, Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 4.
ROSEMARIE WADDELL Homeroom Officer 2, Masque
of the Yellow Moon l, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3,
Treasurer 4, Pep Club l, 3.
LOUISE WAKEFIELD Entered from Highland High School,
Albuqueroue, New Mexico 3, Parnassus 3, 4, GAA 3,
FRED WALDRON Masque of the Yellow Moon 2, 4,
Band 3, 4.
SHIRLEY WALKINGTON Adv. Glee Club l, 2, 3,
Homeroom Officer 3.
DAVID DOUGLAS WANTZ Quill 8. Scroll 3, Vice-
President 4, JV Tennis l, 2, Photographer 3, 4, Home-
room Officer 3.
T. MICHAEL WARD Social Committee l, 2, Jr. Class
Boys' Alliance Representative 3, Boys' Alliance President
4, Parnassus 3, 4.
MARSHA WEAVER Masque of the Yellow Moon 3,
Homeroom Officer 3, Pep Club 2, 3, School Play 3.
BILL WEIDE Football Frosh l, JV 2, Track Frosh l,
JV 2, Homeroom Officer l, 4.
JERRY WEIKERT A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Masque of the
Yellow Moon 3,
CARL A. WEINSTEIN Entered from Bronx High School
of Science, New York, New York 4.
TOMMY WHIPPLE Adv. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Frosh l, Baseball JV l.
MARY LOU WHITCOMB Parnassus l, 2, 4, A Cappella
2, Service and Madrigals 3, 4, Adv. Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4,
California Western Music Convention 2, 4.
GARY WILLIAMS Frosh Baseball l, JV Baseball 2,
Challengers Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4.
DARLENE DELORES WILSON Masque of the Yellow
LOU WING A Cappella 4, Adv. Glee Club 3, School
Play 4, Masque of the Yellow Moon 3.
RUSSELL WINKELMAN Entered from South High
School, Minneapolis, Minnesota l, Physics Club 3.
SANDRA RAE WISE Homeroom Officer I, 2, 45 Masque
of the Yellow Moon I5 School Play I5 GAA I, 2.
BONNIE WITT Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, 45 Sadie
Hawkins Assembly 35 Masque of the Yellow Moon I, 2,
3, 45 Pep Club I, 2.
EVELYN WOLF Adv. Glee Club 3.
GRETCHEN WOLF Homeroom Officer I, 35 GAA I5 Pep
Club 3, 45 Student Council 3.
VERN WORLEY Booster Hi-Y President I5 Frosh Foot-
ball and Track I5 JV Track 25 Homeroom Officer I, 2.
JEAN WRIGHT Entered from Central High School,
Kansas City, Missouri 35 FBLA 45 Pep Club 3.
ROGER ERNEST WRIGHT Football Frosh I, JV 2,
Varsity 35 Lettermen's Club 4.
JOY YANTES Tri-Detts Tri-Hi-Y 3, Sergeant-at-Arms
45 GAA I, 2, 3, 4, All Star 35 Masque of the Yellow
Moon 2, 35 Pep Club 3, 4.
SCOTT YOUN KER
GEORGE YUE Entered from Phoenix Union High School,
Phoenix I5 Parnassus 2, 3, 45 Varsity Wrestling Team 45
Physics Club 4.
JOE ZAKRZEWSKI Entered from West Seneca Central
High School, West Seneca, New York 3.
ulslanding nd Successful
Voted Most Outstanding Senior Girl and Boy were TOP, LEFT AND RIGHT, Barbara Payne and Johnny Ingersoll.
Barbara served as Student Body Treasurer this year and is active in many Student Government activities. Johnny
was North High's speech winner for the Rotary Speech contest.
BOTTOM LEFT AND RIGHT: Phyllis Johnson and Joe Jordan were chosen as the Seniors Most Likely to Succeed.
Phyllis received Honorable Mention in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. Joe was Senior Class President
f K "" l. .
on lil lu
Voted Best Looking Girl and Boy in the Senior Class were Roselle Beck and Eddie Mitchell. Roselle has been
chosen quite frequently to represent North High's beauties. Eddie, besides being handsome, played football and
basketball all four years of high school.
Catherine Hogg and Bob Robinson were selected as Most Popular Senior Girl and Boy. Catherine was a Pom.Pon
girl and served as a judge on the Honor Court this year. Bob has served as President for many of North Hugh's
Z ? -,,A
. . ..,, A .,.. V, I
My 2' x
so 'gflgq tx, J.
ll A If
if ' 1
9 we we
as X 1
lhleles and Coun il
The Best Senior Girl and Boy Athletes were TOP, LEFT AND RIGHT, Jo Wilson and Jerry Robinson. Jo has been
in G.A.A. for four years and is an All-Star player. Jerry has played football, basketball, baseball, and been a mem-
ber of the track team.
AT BOTTOM is the Senior Council being presided over by President Joe Jordan.
JUNIOR OFFICERS: Seated are Brent Cardwell, President, Lynn Barstow, Honor Court Judge: Dorothy Fischer,
Vice-President. Those standing are Virginia Olmsted, Secretary: Sue McDaniel, Honor Court Judge.
C ass of '
Sadie Hawkins Day, sponsoring buses
to Tucson for the football game with
the Badgers, and a sport dance have
been the activities presented by the
Junior Class this year. The most out-
standing of these events was, of course,
Sadie Hawkins Day. With a figure of
flSllOO this class was very happy to
present the March of Dimes chairman
with a check. Many different events
were thought of to raise money such as
Fabulous Jones, Druthers, and a semi-
formal dance to climax the day.
The Junior-Senior Prom which was
held April I6 in the Corral proved to
be the best ever.
Being seniors, the goal they have
been striving for, is almost upon the
juniors. Three years of hard work and
successful activities have given the
members of this class the experience
they need to be the leaders of the
school. Brent Cardwell, the first boy in
North High's history to be class presi-
dent for three years and then Student
Body President his senior year, is just
the person to make the Class of '56 a
PATTY IO ALLEN
ELSIE IO BLAIR
GLORIA IUNE BRADY
BOBBIE SUE BULLOCK
SALLY ANN CHELPKA
.BILLIE IEAN COWEN
CAROL LEE CUPP
I. RICHARD DAVIS
GLORIA DE SHETLER
HARRIET F RIRES
VAN F RITZ
CURTIS LEE GIBSON
ANNA WRAY IONES
SAM LA BARBRA
ANNE LOFI' FIELD
IO ANN LUBONOVICH
MIKE MAC AFEE
IAY MAC CRAKEN
DON RITA RIFFLE
IO ANN ROBERT
I. B. RUNYON
I OSEPH DAVID SHOORE
DON TOLLIVE R
SHARON VAN'T KERKHOFF
MARY ANN WILSON
. . 5,gi5,i 3 t-
,,k, N, .I ,lk
fu-. """ ,.
fix 1 Y
- N suffer'
as 3 , 5 .Qty I
M hereof' as .s ew
. SA 1'
5 K Q A y v
QT- Y .-
v is 3, s- 61 t f
is i -we PQ 4 RN. '
4 , ms A 'Z Slirf .-AX ll 'Q
1 rr K K hx --
. gi 1 i
. 5 x 1 5
- 4 X ,H
A 6 ' l ' X
ACTIVE JUNIORS--Student Body Office hopefuls include, top left, Brent Cardwell, this year's Junior class
president, vieing with Bill Evans, top right, for the office of Student Body President. Matching votes for the
office of Student Body Vice-President are in the middle from left to right, Dick Whitney, Dorothy Fischer, and
Merrill Robbins. All of these last three candidates have been very active in Student Government. The Junior
Council is pictured at one of its meetings at bottom.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Front Row, Left to Right: Sandra Cooper, President, Lee Burton, Vice President: Sharon Cooper, Secretary
Treasurer. Back Row, Left to Right: Marilyn Green, Honor Court Judge, Connie Zink, Girls' League Representative.
The class of "57", has seen many changes in class officers this year. The office
of president has changed hands three different times, finishing the year under the
leadership of Lee Burton.
The event of the year was the "April in Paris," dance which was sponsored by
the sophomore class. Music was provided by Eddie Cooke and his orchestra, with a
Paris theme setting the pace of the dance. They also sponsored the "Cotton Pick-
ing Ball," in October. The dance was held in the gym after Glendale versus North
football game. Music was provided by Dave Kahn and his orchestra.
This years sophomore class was active in all phases of school life, they have
excelled in sports, drama, and other school activities. Notables of the sophomore
class this year were, Jim Brewer, who brought the class into the limelight with his
record breaking pole vault jump. Julie Broberg was sophomore representative for
Fabulous Jones, and Joan Martin was chosen the sophomore princess for the annual
turkey game and rally.
- ,wb ' :P in
MISS COX-2 . . . FRONT ROW: June Rot, Judy Ranalli, Irene Sopp, Mary Short, Laverne Shires, Betty Champ, Pat Foss-
ton, Warda Pierce, Nancy Bell, Sharon Cooper. SECOND ROW: Barbara Roberts, Mary Sparks, Frieda Medley, Tualikki
Volanen, Sonja Monger, Carolyn Cleveland, Wayne Fletcher. THIRD ROW: Pat Kirky,Robert Taylor, Marshall Racowsky,
Glenn Dickson, Cloyce Clark, Don Poor, David White, Larry Hill, Lee Burton. FOURTH ROW: Joseph Boyce, Larry
Mayer, James Boyce, Webster Fischer, Dennis Westover, Ernie Stastney, Martin Shanks, Charles Nutt.
MISS COX-3 . . . FRONT ROW: Ruth Premo, Barbara Pectol, Marilyn Childers, Ellen Dorn, Joan Pingitore, Margaret
Blakemore, Mary Anderson, Janet Cantwell. SECOND ROW: Sandra Bales, Raima Roper, Carol Arnold, Larry Brennan, Terry
Berray, Johnny Neal. THIRD ROW: Carl Martin, Bill Shook, Lynn Boice, Jimmie Pease, Colonel' Swan, Butch Salmon,
Buddy Rhodes, Jim Harrison. FOURTH ROW: Mike Andersen, Rodney Bruce, Peter Anselmo, Jerry Peters, Lamont Penton,
Robert Keast, Pete Gillham.
MISS COX-4A . . . FRONT ROW: Barbara Rodgers, Betty Schmidt, Patricia Pedersen, Jeri Koster, Carol Erickson, Bar-
bara Baker, Nancy Phillips, Magdalen Walker, Barbara Nelson. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Sharkey, Karen Books, Jackie Dilley,
Roberta Jenkins, Sandra Barnhill, Bonnie Jane Gray, Brenda Benner, Donna Duxbury. THIRD ROW: Richard Chrisman, Tom
Deshong, Tom Edwards, James Norris, Jerry Symcax, Louis Guderian, Charalann Schied. FOURTH ROW: Stanley Edwards,
Allan Brown, Rodney Bruce, Dave Bonham, Gilbert From, Ben Radcliffe, Fred Capps, Dick Bratcher.
4 we 9
MISS COX-5 . . . FRONT ROW: Norma Smith, Jeanne Mcauliffe, Jeani Gibbon, Barbara Paris, Mildred Emery, Susan
Rodda, Barbara Green, Marilynn Arnold, Glorianne Engel, Marilyn Harris. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Gregory, Carmen Quintana,
June Chambers, Glenda Miller, Janelle Turnbow, Sheila Black, Arden Lawrence, Mary Reed. THIRD ROW: Fred Corbus,
Wes Mickle, Brad Brown, Pat Poulson, Louis Watkins, Jimmy Blackburn, Dick Tornquist, Nick Ladomato, Dennis Tread-
way. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Lundeen, John Stephens, Dick Espinoza, Tom Wilfert, Ross Fullmer, Glen Scofield, Billy Parker,
Diane Showell, Emily Cunningham, Barbara Baskin, Carol
Horwitz, Sonia Zimmerman, Carol Mclndoo, Nancy Folsom,
Stryker, Edward Yue, Keith McLeod, Don Maurer, Bobby
Arnold Trujillo, Ted Lindauer, Lee Burton, Neil Hoekstra.
MISS COX-6 . . . FRONT ROW: Betty Shelly, Linda lmler,
Steger. SECOND ROW: Charene Sullens, Sharon Proctor, Ann
Judy Douglas, Kay Kleving. THIRD ROW: Peg Loper, Gary
Hoag, John Hart. FOURTH ROW: Larry Stowe, Warren Wilke,
MISS GATHINGS-I . . . FRONT ROW: Marlene Mclean, Frances LeCroy, Mave Moloney, Gayle Quick, Lynda Kemper,
Charlotte Vaught, Kay Milliron, Janet Farmer, Janice Anderson. SECOND ROW: Mike Wininger, Sue Smith, Mary Ann
Emmons, Mable Hudson, Carol Sue Kellum, Gordon Mankins, Clyde Spracher, David Lyman. THIRD ROW: Ernest Little,
Ken Brackett, Willy Atchley, Allen Scott, Paul Bolster, Jim Barret, Tom Brown, Jim Kepner, Taylor Jenson.
GATH I NGS
MISS GATHINGS-2 . . . FRONT ROW: Ellen Boyle, Lelia Dale, Phyllis Young, Phyllis Pickens, Rhea Ballard, Charlotte
Burrows. SECOND ROW: Frances Jacob, Doris Drage, Susan Ek, Nancy Weigle, Adele Bradford, JoAnn Beyer, Gary
Wesrley, David Jones. THIRD ROW: Jack Follett, Jim Dalgleish Pete Hjort Gary Anthony Barr Ed ber B b N
1 1 I Y 9 gr 0 asserl
Jerry Nyberg, 'Dick Robinson. FOURTH ROW' Doug Kingdon, Mike Ware Ra Newcomb N I B
. , y , can rown, Monte Rodman,
Robert Machulles, Pat Blake, Russel Kesterson, Browning Bailey, Gary Godbold.
MISS GATHINGS-3 . . . FRONT ROW: Carol Miller, Mary Collingwood, Marilyn LaPoIe, Toni Coco, Jan Currie, Sharon
Love, Carol Crutchfield, Pat Pensinger. SECOND ROW: Judy Dahn, Barbara Ellenson, Shelia Compton, Judy Jennings,
Lois Rork, Patsy Beck, Darlene Lahey, Jerrie Ford. THIRD ROW: Joel Stone, Dave Walters, David Herring. Milton Wilcox,
Jerry Tryon, Robin Norris, Bob Shaffer, Charles Klim.
MISS GATHINGS-4A FRONT ROW Car I L f d
. . . : o ang or , Barbara Ellis, Margaret Yow, Peggy Duff, Helen Horne, Sandra
Siervogel, Brenda VonGrabill. SECOND ROW: Ted Olson, Fred Browuer, Vickie Renner, Judy Zumbaugh, Anita Orick,
Joe McCulloch, John Franklin. THIRD ROW: Roger Aldridge, Bruce Eaton, Jay Boyd, Richard Beck, John Mitchell, Mike
B ' B '
rlggs, ob Mayberry, Andy Thompson, Bill Thomack. FOURTH ROW: Mike Douglas, Larry Bartlett, Mike Stacey, Dick
Todd, Jack Byer.
' , A - n V, ,. K? J 6 -.gf . x
D 'U i is
f E4 if z
MISS GATHINGS-6 . . . FRONT ROW: Judy Dow, Karen Clark, Nancy Plotner, Carol Wilhemy, Connie Bruce, Dottie
Woodley, Jan White. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Simon, Bud Bierman, Gordon Gilbert, Steve Diument, Buddy Lewis, Tom
Harris, Max Cooley. THIRD ROW: Stewart Thomas, Bill Beal, Wayne Peters, David Pavey, Gary Tooker, Tim Spencer.
FOURTH ROW: Don Dean, Bob Sheppard, Steve Graham, Fred Fahlen, Malcolm Kinter, John Hassel.
MISS MORGAN-'I . FRONT ROW: Lynda West, Carolyn Musgrave, Deanna Morris, Beverly Brown, Georgein Olson.
' ' I G Ili Louise Dodds. THIRD
SECOND ROW: Evelyn-Williams, JoAnn White, Deanna Chavez, Patricia Ashby, Pamea annare ,
ROW: Jim Carnahan, Mike Sherwood, Warren Payne, Gary Johnson, Delbert Cutris, Tommy Cook. FOURTH ROW: Jim
Barr, James Corondoni, Glen Watson, Bruce Bell, Rodney Kemp, John Sumners.
C I W Iters Bernice Sheriden Karen
MISS MORGAN-2 . . . FRONT ROW: Bernice Berenschot, Beatrice Seaver, aro yn a , ,
' ' h M ril n Green,
Womack, Estelle Lewis, Joan Sched, Joan Denmark. SECOND ROW: Marvin James, Ronnie Step ens, a y
Alliene Hymes, Sandra Harris, Shirley Reynolds, Sally Wilson, Harlyn Enholm. THIRD ROW: Joe King, LeRoy Davis,
Pablo Saxton, John Penagrath, Larry Pozil, Bill Krause. FOURTH ROW: Bob Kerr, Dave Thornberry.
l l Q ,I
l, - if X, I ,V , W ,swag C ,, ,, ..,, '
I ORR4 as Si! if Z S air
,nw I Q M up x
A ,w2j,f3y.,'fi , -fe -3 , ,, , b f V , V , 4, hi,
, 1 fi . ' . ' '..,' 555, , - V,
I Q ffm:
bilili' ' iff? W-
. ,uf t , ,mm ,lb vw P
A A i f 3 'L
. -If A f i ..,..
, xiixzk at: I t . 8
' .L , 21 -' I . .K
y ,..:,,, , y ,I ,E
, ' it 'R if ' ' F' 1 ....
MISS MORGAN-4A . . . .
Irene Trentini, Beth Wilson. SECOND ROW: Terry Billingsly, Larry Stanley, Gayle Radcliffe, Diane Miller, Hollie Christy,
Joan Walker, Gary Taylor, Earl Gibbons. THIRD ROW: Larry Landes, Larry Holmes, John McGaugh, Fred Homes, Richard
Draper, Allan Simmons, Danny Williams, Gary Burleson.
FRONT ROW' DeNasia Serfoss, Garda Schoger, Margaret Seitz, Nancy Holzner, Julie Broberg,
MISS MORGAN-5 . . . FRONT ROW: Bonnie Miller, Barbara Mason, Rebecca Weisberg, Joan Martin, Elizabeth Thomas,
Sandra Wallace, Barbara Bienfang. SECOND ROW: Mary Fortner, Charlotte Reynolds, Cathy Berkenkamp, Sharon Love,
Donna Wade, Maudlyn Nichols, Deanna Morris, Barbara Miller. THIRD ROW: Errol Davidson, Bill Spurlock, Wayne Hammell,
Eddie Renschler, Hank Keim, Frank Gilliland, Don King, Tony Lawrence. FOURTH ROW: Pete Stancato, Willy Russell,
Camden Anderson, Jim Brouwer, Ron Ebmeyer, Bruce McLaughlin, Don Appley, Bob Oppelt, Steve Stevenson, Roger Weaver.
MISS MORGAN-6 . . . FRONT ROW: Jeanne Abromovitz, Janice Emery, Carmella Carlise, Joan Pingitore, Donna Dascher,
Jeanette Elagrave, Louisa Enholm. SECOND ROW: Shirley Hall, Kay Culbertson, Louanne Arnote, Maijorre Jacobus, Carol
Gardner, Charlene Rot, Pat Lyon. THIRD ROW: Charles Morell, Betty Brown, Gail Gustafson, Glenda Pyle, Bill Holderby,
Larry Severson. FOURTH ROW: Pete Brown, John Ruggles, Richard Meszaros, George Anderson, Steve Montgomery, Landon
Gillespie, Harry Hodil.
MISS MARIOTT-3 . . . FRONT ROW: Jean Willert, Hollis Schiffman, Laura Stewart, Theresa DeRosa, Carole Edwards,
Florence Birchfield, Sallie lmboden, Janice LaReau. SECOND ROW: Andrea Wilson, Nancy Blair, Elaine Clifford, Sandra
Love, Lucy Robinson, Marcia Miller, Donnell Ekstrand, Barbara Laine, Phyllis Kirkman. THIRD ROW: David Yinger,
Sutter Gardanier, Mark Meka, Pat James, Ron Francis, Joel Straw, Charles Newman, Lloyd Aycock, Arnold Ake, Larry Lewis.
MISS MARRIOT-4A . . . FRONT ROW: Louise Lyman, Georgeann Shearer, Cleo Robertson, Celia Campbell, Francis
Cummings, Helen Remsbottom, Sharmayne Phillips. SECOND ROW: Ronald Paquin, Andy Thompson, Barbara Veach, Lorna
Teuscher, Susan Lucas, Helen Benton, Bob DuVall. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Smith, Jim Brewer, Robert Brown, Johnny Drumm,
Wesley Bentley, John Peipelman, Bob Sikora. FOURTH ROW: Pat Winton, Jim Kinney, John Perea, Tom Demaline,
MISS MARIOTT-5 . . . FRONT ROW: Lynne Huston, Pearl Hamburger, Joan Zakrzewski, Dorothy Moore, DeAnn George,
Barbara Ware. SECOND ROW: Katherine Henscheid, Marlene Tennyson, Virginia Green, Evelyn Baroody, Judy Allison, Jane
King, Rose Rosell. THIRD ROW: Ronny Iverson, Kenneth Burk, Gary Springer, Willy James, Louis Friedman, Lucky Hagen.
FOURTH ROW: Chuck Preimsburg, Robert Lee, Bill Chase, David Lawrence, Dennis Crow. FIFTH ROW: James Tharp,
Doug Shadle, Gene Tima, Jerry Criftiton, Ralph Chesworth, Tommy Hill, Bob Storey.
HOFFMAN -N """'
1 Sf s K ,
MR. HOFFMAN-'I . . . FRONT ROW: Cynthia Brown, Patricia Lounsberry, Karen Walker, Sharon Haas, Mary Robbins,
Sandra Blackburn, Carolyn Louiotis, Jean Shott. SECOND ROW: Wendy Sterling, Bette Payne, Gail Gentry, Catherine Fischer,
Lynne Lunt, Sondra Young. THIRD ROW: Stan Haacke, Bob Diamond, Jerome Clark, Tom Hunt, Arden Kessel, Stephen
Cox, Jim Ore. FOURTH ROW: Donald Tims, Robert Horton, Robert Peck, Robert Bulla, Ted Leonard.
MR. HOFFMAN-6 . . . FRONT ROW: Carol Smith, Linda Copenhaver, Sandra Cooper, Nikki Speliopoulos, Diane Carlson,
Genevieve Casciola. SECOND ROW: Gene Carruth, Nancy Reed, Ozele Rogers, Ronald Clegg, David Ferguson. THIRD
ROW: Walter James, James Armstrong, Jay Armer, Jerome Shumway, Gene Nesvacil.
"LET'S DANCE" . . . Planning the Sophomore sponsored dance "ApriI in Paris," are FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Green,
Julie Broberg, Tanya Hartley. SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT are Tom Brown, Pete Brown, and Lee Burton.
I- sig? P
it . ABOVE-FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS . . . FRONT ROW: Jim Minard,
president: Patti Pomeroy, vice president. SECOND ROW: Lelt to right,
Nancy Burton, treasurer: Margaret Burton, secretary. LOWER LEFT: Marlene
Willis, freshmen princess for the annual turkey day game and rally, also
candidate for Fabulous Jones on Sadie Hawkins Day.
C ass of '53
"58 here we come," seems to be the
motto of this ambitious freshmen class.
They've progressed since that first day
in the mysterious maze of North High,
the scared freshmen look has been re-
placed with a more confident air and
security that comes from belonging
They've attacked the dilemma of
Latin, algebra, and English, with dili-
gence, also having time to be the most
ardent supporters of the Pep Club, yell-
ling the loudest at the football games
and other athletic events, giving the
school support in every event and all
the while proclaiming, "North High is
.- :wp i
tR':V,4f 9 ,N Ani' - f ' W
A kiwi? SEN I lik ' "TS .-of ' 01"
My 1 i
it ""' i .a-'ia'
Q 5 Maki' '
... 1 A Q at
0 5 5
my My ,L,. . X l
2 .3 ,. ,T Q'
'I ""' ,, -nlwdn ww!
n 5 T, fl " ,tg
Q Mm? . K -Q
I W Q . i.1Q bk,
F " 2
. , .
J f E, 3,
Eta ,f "-3. . ink ., Ma
MRS. COCKERELL-l . . . FRONT ROW: Barbara Bronson, Shirley Filkins, Beverly de Forest, Marcia Bannarelli, Diane
Schenk, Barbara Chelpka, Patricia Johnson, Sue Nancollas, Jem Wallace. SECOND ROW: Jerry Nemecek, Joseph Noble,
Ronald Woodall, Douglas Gehrman, 'Paul Finch, Andrew Leach, Stanley Hruby, Quentin Noonan, Lawrence Brion. THIRD
ROW: Kenneth Struckrnan, Roy Frichtel, Donald Keding, Paul Newlin, Jimmy Tysor, Sam Ryekrnan, Meredith Keith, Joe
Grass. FOURTH ROW: David Paul, Elroy Stymus, Cody Clark, Pete Cook.
MRS. COCKERELL-2 . . . FRONT ROW: Nancy Slaney, Jean Shute, Judy Barrett, Helen Haldiman, Janice Miller, Suzanne
Stewart, Lelah Yue, Sandy Harrell, lone Birchtield. SECOND ROW: Barbara Ross, Bartleh Bartlett, Cleo Wackerbarth, Kay
Mathers, Pat Mentzer, Sharon Mead, Alice Plotner, Mary Stryker, Fredericka Struckmeyer. THIRD ROW: John Piowaty,
Danny Nehrling, Jack Pilkington, Bob Robinson, Ronnie Sheridan, Jim Peachy, David Smith, Jerry Beckvall, Brian Padberg.
FOURTH ROW: Jack Mitchell, Craig Eckman, Steve Robins, Allen Schwartz, Carl Shellenberg, Clark Burrett.
MRS. COCKERELL-4A . . . FRONT ROW: Rollene Ann Buck, Paula Prather, Shirley Rankin, Sally Ann Tamer, Judy
Tucker, Lianne Havill, Dianne Gray, Judy Ann Lance, Janet Pleasants. SECOND ROW: Judy Brown, Phyllis Heinrich, Cecilia
Corral, Kathy Kepner, Elizabeth Hill, Judy Mook, Joetta Ash, Nedro Lumpkin, Rosa Daugherty. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Ram-
quist, Claudio Corral, Bill Schaffer, Jerry Gearhart, Joe Patemo, Eleanor Yellin. FOURTH ROW: Ivan Bates, Harold Sarchett,
Stephen Anderson, Paul Lynch, David King, John Helderman.
MR. LONG-'I . . . FRONT ROW: Barbara Moore, Carmel Caiazzo, Patricia Williams, Vicki Mitchell, Miriam Flynn,
Tania Christensen, Bonnie Brignall, Mary Bixby Sharon Luby. SECOND ROW: Sally Waddoups, Sandra Steele, Edith
Moores, Betty LeVar, Sandra Phillips, Sally Hogan, Judy Reimer, Lynn Taylor, Patricia Pomeroy. THIRD ROW: Paul
Lyman, Phillip Hummell, Steve Ogburne, Clayton Carpenter, Mike Lyman, Bob Hutson, Eddie Abraham, Larry Day. FOURTH
ROW: William Nixon, Don Helms, Bruce Andrews, Tony Esquibel, David Lind, Ralph Wolff, Mr. Long.
MR. LONG-2 . . . FRONT ROW: Phyllis Cornwell, Robbie Hackett, Barbara Howell, Margaret Pace, Sharon Baker, Anne
Jorgensen, Suzanne Luhrs, Linda Goldman, Rita Chatwin, Joanne Glendening. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Klein, Elaine
Jones, Sharon St. Jacques, Betty Smith, Judy Lee, Kathleen Hlbbert, Linda Melczer, El'izabeth Hadley. THIRD ROW: Harvey
Grady, Ronald Brennan, Francis Karam, Robert Marsh, James Kohl, Peter Kurce, Ray Smotrilla. FOURTH ROW: Raymond
Jenkins, Robert Rees, Gerald Mayberry, Stewart Koch, Grant Nichols, Jerry Suman, Mr. Long.
MR. LONG-4A . . . FRONT ROW: Maryce Bezdek, Susan Harvey, Barbara Nichols, Ruby King, Joetta Wise, Patricia
Ledford, Phyllis Ashley, Judith Johnson. SECOND ROW: Martha Ness, Louise Weaver, Margie Scott, Betty Wagner.
THIRD ROW: Gale Clark, Charles Flagg, Scott Ellis, Thayne Free, David Browne, John Crosser, Roger Clarke. FOURTH
ROW: Wayne Hedgepeth, Larry Upton, Eddie Smith, George Davies, Delbert Swanson, Anthony Knoih, Bobby Free. FIFTH
ROW: Allan Polson, Burt Burton, David Craig, Don Branson, Alfred Alexander, Mr. Long.
...... L- s.. I
MR ROCHE-'I . . . FRONT ROW: Judy Turley, Carol Cowley, Karen Watkins, Carolyn Loranger, Tena McDowel, Jeannie
Powell, Lynne Stewart. SECOND ROW: Annette Hightower, Nancy Strange, Ann Marie Si-ewart, Emily Hollowell, Norma
Northrop, Becky Hall, Janet Phillips, Alberta Blair, JeannieMatchett. THIRD ROW: Bill Bentley, David Adams, Gregg
Abram, John Mathis, Briant Kolander, Brent Kolander, Dennis Bullock, Walter Nelson, Mr. Roche. FOURTH ROW: Dallas
Long, Karl Mulleneaux, Charles Wilson, Dan Fletcher, Martin Minsky, Mike Brady, Bill Butler, Leroy Berry.
MR. ROCHE-2 . . . FRONT ROW: Eve Averkeow, Jane Miller, Barbara Mitchell, Paula Wetzel, Jackie Pepper, Diane
Procunier, Barbara Hogg, Cristine Malpede, Marjorie King, Ann Wilson. SECOND ROW: Karen Fox, Darlene Goto, Marilyn
Kirby, Carol Gannon, Carole Reade, Joanne Carver, Nancy Hunsinger, Delores Nokleby, Judy Hudson. THIRD ROW: Wanda
Castleberry, Marie Clutter, Beverly Price, Judy Peterson, Pauline Johnson. FOURTH ROW: George Shieflet, Don Tornquist,
Robert Stephens, Tom Silva, Tim Sexson, Paul Altfas, Phil Shafer, Mr. Roche.
MR. ROCHE-4A . . . FRONT ROW: Ruth Jo Irvine, Sherry McBride, Helen Ripley, Brenda McDonald, Shirley Ann Doss,
Frances Ann Langacker, Phoebe Ellen Kirkpatrick, Betty McElroy, Marlene Faulkner, Beth Ann Burton. SECOND ROW:
Patricia Klaus, Carol Sue Blakemore, Mary Carolyn Thompson, Carole Munnell, Patricia Parker, Sylvia Phillips, Nancy
Gauthier, Sandra Hall, Phyllis Pichard. THIRD ROW: Terry Sidwell, Joe Lemmons, Kenneth Juett, Jerry Kowitz, Nick
Lucas, Ronald Kurtzeman, Mr. Roche. FOURTH ROW: Verlo1 Jones, Jack Kondly, Kenneth Simerdla, Seth Dougles Gibson,
I I l5l
MRS. BROWN-4B . . . FRONT ROW: Ann Wilson, Marlene French, Patricia Patterson, Linda Heldermon, Linda Bren-
neiscn, Barbara Fox, Gale Combs, Barbara Davis. SECOND ROW: Kay Reece, Crystal Davis, Louise Collier, Judith Peters,
Patricia Dyer, Linda Tyler, Judith Beaver, Carol Weiclaw. THIRD ROW: Gerald Allred, Fred Maennche, Gene Simmons,
Clayton Edwards, Dick Morris, Gerald Coldwell, Fred Ashley, Ronnie Quain, John Mueller, John Bennet, Mrs. Brown.
FOURTH ROW: John Slinke, James Stewart, Charles Eber, James Minard, Mike Stewart, Bill Holligan.
MRS. BROWN-S . . . FRONT ROW: Ann Stewart, Mary Muscleman, Lois Noran, Sandy Burger, Sue Mendelsohn, Norma
Taylor, Judith Bridger, Bette Christensen. SECOND ROW: Janice Wilson, Marilyn Velting, Daria Brownlow, Donna
Eittreim, Anita Mihelich, Janice Dalmolin, Prudence Baca, Mary Lou Purlee. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Sorby, Stanley Fuller,
Dorothy Emmons, Pete McCarter, Kenneth Twigger, Richard Murray, Leland Entriken, Mrs. Brown. FOURTH ROW: Delmar
Drinen, John Mullen, Phillip Cords, Rodney Lewis, Steve Anderson, Fred Benston.
MRS. BROWN-6 . . . La Belle Barton, Phyllis Medley, Faye Clewley, Susan Harvey, Mable West, Darby Osborn, Carol
Faulkner, Mrs. Brown. SECOND ROW: Tommy Sasser, Frank Casciola, John Lindvig, Rolf Sapp, Fred Rosell, Thomas Miller,
James Johnson, Robert Allan, Tim Dicus. THIRD ROW: Pete Hohs, James Connor, Dick Smith, William Straka, Ronald
Rogers, John McClure, Dale McFarlane. FOURTH ROW: Roger Tippy, Allan Karcher, Francis Blythe, Barry Draper, Mike
Stewart, Alex Hein, Bob Whipple, David Kirby.
, iiwf L .5
fl? fi Q- 1 f ge E M
Wm :W I AAA ":' '- ,1x g
-' - EV.:: . A.,..,. ,,., I
j of ,-.,.,.g Q Q a w - . . L 5:
I N I L .. '
a F a . a.. eoaa i 2 i f
.T -'j f '5': ,U I I 1 " f g C 5' - L , ,
I Lili! 5' Q i A gg.: .., 1" fi' '
. :. .',' "'- , N, ,I ' "fix, A, ag . Q. .
fits f S wig? :S F' ji X f . e
ii, MMWXE A Q 1,. - ,, ., W Egg U n
Q " P 1 ' Q e :+V
5 if xy i ,PSN h er., . ,
Wifi 5' I f '
MR. CALLAGHAN-4B . . . FRONT ROW: Jane Grey, Pat Blanton, Mary Joe Babcock, Patricia Townsend, Betty Wood,
Volney Douglas, Dorothy Nelssen, Mary Stevens, Kathleen McMillen. SECOND ROW: Wanda Woodside, Judith Heeter,
Stephanie Smith, Patricia McCall, Marianne Prevratil, Dianne Heitz, Sandra Wolff. THIRD ROW: Felix Zamora, Sheldon
Schwedler, Fred Estey, Alex Wright, Jay Struckey, Morris Russel, Lyle Tryon, Gary Turner, Dick Shaw, Arthur Nolte,
Robinette Thomas, Mr. Callaghan.
MR. CALLAGHAN-5 . . . FRONT ROW: Cheryl Garrigues, Gayle Burge, Diane Davis, Barbara Casho, Pat Burger, Suzanne
Sexton, Marlee Hubbard, Lois Leatey, Pamel'a Robinson. SECOND ROW: Linda Belteld, Loree Baker, Karen Barclay, Wanda
Gualt, Sandra Bates, Barbara Drinkwater, Lynda Diedrich, Rosa Lee Black, Norma Henthorn. THIRD ROW: Jack Weber,
Tim Watson, William Watson, Phil Church, Clyde Wright. FOURTH ROW: Arthur Conn, Loren Puggie, Jerry Metters, Bill
Blount, Joe Ehlers, Bob Murphy, Bill Lee, Mr. Callaghan.
MR. CALLAGHAN-6 . . . FRONT ROW: Jacquelin Place, Mary Thomas, Ann Rotthaus, Mary Shrader, Marilyn Sanders,
Joann James, Lucille Munro, Carmen Ruthling, Joann Jacobus. SECOND ROW: Lawrence Royse, Sandra Harper, Marcia
Samuelson, Carolyn Lathrop, Jean Turner, Ann Mitchell, Joyce Thompson, Rose James. THIRD ROW: Robin Bechtel,
Gary Arlington, Richard Hamilton, Taylor Fawcett, Phil Grippin, Dudley Dunn, Tommy Adams, David Jones. FOURTH
ROW: Jerry Henderson, Noel Piercy, Jay Folsom, Andrew Ballent, John Byer, Mr. Callaghan.
MRS. WEBER-4B . . . FIRST ROW: Linda Neeley, Carmela Lacapra, Ruth Anne Frye, Donna Hughs, Dianne Kleinman,
Georgia Swindler, Diana Allmon, Barbara Thorsen. SECOND ROW: Pat Guard, Anna Winters, Sue Hogan, Donna Deibner,
Monna Gephart, Barbara Reiter, Julia Douglas, Nancy Howard. THIRD ROW. Gerald Estrada, Jack Dole, Mary Kay Schott-
man, Stephen Mitchell, Sharon Moore, Larry Eppard, Carolyn Roush, Jerome Leonard, James Chase, Jim Chamberlin, Mrs.
Weber. FOURTH ROW: Fred Mead, Jim Rhoads, David Matthews, Donnie OhI'und, Brian Leonard, Marvin Luellen, Andy
Douglas, Charles Abert.
MRS. WEBER-5 . . . Linda Young, Anne Boerner, Barbara Johnson, Roxi Chamberlain, Margaret Burton, Nancy Burton,
Sandra Harsha, Sandra Harris, Sheila Wiese. SECOND ROW: Judy Allison, Marianna Warren, Shari Symonds, Judie Thieben,
Aleta Cooper, Nelda Givens, Marie Louise Drey. THIRD ROW: Gary Gentry, Denny Cook, Pete Beers, Walter Miller, David
Chesson, Carey Enholm, Mike Flam, Mrs. Weber. FOURTH ROW: Larry Blakey, Douglas Whitneybell, Edward Collins,
Michael Boyd, Kenneth Brittian, Charles McVey, Donnie Baker.
MRS. WEBER-6 . . . FRONT ROW: Barbara Smith, Mary Sebestyen, Nancy Douglas, Julie Coulter, Diane Winkelman,
Peggy Foster, Sandy Mervis, Linda Purlia. SECOND ROW: Margaret Evans, Sonja Christenson, Barbara Hessitt, James
Gillingham, Douglas Denton, Ronnie Clutz, Randy Umpleby, Mrs. Weber. THIRD ROW: Larry Sterling, Ronnie Con-
treras. Roger Baker, Danny Hale, Charles Brown, Bill Thiss, Peter Clark, Bill Dunn. FOURTH ROW: Nelson Spencer,
Pete Lynch, Fred Dworkis, Ronnie Evans, Robert Stone, Ronnie Jordan.
N E Fw
A - I wif ' E, A ,j e sm 5.5, x I
' a Q 'J
'.' , if .
'fl R A f
' of Y' I l R
MR. CARDON-3 . . . FRONT ROW: Mr. Cordon, Carolyn Jensen, Joyce Flennar, Pat Hardies, Carla Bornhouser, Sharon Kay, Sue
Crandall, Carol Parrent, Joy Jones, Linda Nichold, Barbara Murray. SECOND ROW: Cleo Stalions, James Jett, Phillip Jones, David Smith,
Dale Bryant, James Sueitzer, Lynn Sigars, Ronald Shinn, Dennis Rausch, George Schuurman. THIRD ROW: Mark Button, Mickey Young,
George Taylor, Steve Vaughn, Gary Steele, Richard Overton, Bob Pior, Billy Walters, Tom Meyers, Lynn Bell, Stephen Drake.
MISS McCORMlCK-3 . . . FRONT ROW: Linda De Graves, Aleida Benson, Nancy Johnson, Barbara Ruppers, Jolinda Williams, Maurine
Wolters, Kathleen Sullivan, Marlene Willis. SECOND ROW: Susan Boas, Jane Rowland, Ola Hines, Nancy Kelly, Bonnie Teach, Sharon
Hackett, Carol Lyon, Miss McCormick. THIRD ROW: Barry Smith, James Moritz, Jett Thiss, Douglas Vogel, Joel Holly, Tommy Eakes,
Larry Wullschleger, Carl Hansen. FOURTH ROW: Paul Sapp, Ronald Herman, Dennis Harnack, Gary Foster, Marvin Hill, Bob Clauss, Cavett
Robert, Ted Robinson, Richard Shenberger.
MR. POORMAN-3 . . . FRONT ROW: Sharon Collins, Nancy Rogers, Sandra Boone, Louise Simonson, Shirley Strong, Patricia Maddox,
Sandra Yahnke, Jean Thompson. SECOND ROW: Janet Hamilton, Rozemary Holloway, Peggy Walters, Margaret Snodgrass, Gwen Talak,
Dorothy Lavallee, Louise Mincks, Linda Beck. THIRD ROW: William Kaiser, Ronald Lavender, Dan Pierson, Doyle Brakebill, John Arnhold,
James Bratcher, Dan Ptlumm, Jeffrey Berner, James Adamson. FOURTH ROW: Gerald Baber, Warren Berryman, William Farnbach, Rennie
Crittenden, Allan Halcrow, Donald Blue, Mr. Poorman.
MR. SMTH-48 . . . FRONT ROW: Judy Farrell, Frances Boyle, Barbara Wigley, Robert Hasseries, Charlene Owens, Sandra Mortensen,
Janice Albrecht. SECOND ROW: Joyce Connolly, Patsy Mecham, Suzanne Allen, Betty Flatt, Lindo Ken, Ardis Frederickson, Marcia Clewly.
THIRD ROW: Stephen Jennings, Mike Drew, Christine Kirby, Richard Mazolh, Alan Young, Linda Pursley, Philip Maurer, Pat Boyce, Albert
Winters, Janet Knowles. FOURTH ROW: Bruce Younker, Lee Roy Yoakum, Dennis Richmond, Adolph Quintana, David Rice, William
Gerry, Richard Millage, Mr. Long.
CLARINET SECTION - SITTING:
Nancy Howard, Dorothy Moore, Yo-
landa Valenzuela, Nancy Sherer, Sally
Switzer, Jo Ann Erickson, Carol Stan-
ley, Marilyn Anderson, Kathryn
Fletcher, SECOND ROW: Anita Ruth-
ling, David Lyman, John Mat-tison,
William Krause, Jimmie Simmons,
Mickey Fetters, Gordon Mohr, Danny
Barnett, Tommy Eaks. THIRD ROW:
Tom Whipple, Curtis Little, Bill Mon-
tague, Herbert Meshel, John Byer,
Vince Campolongo, Larry Pozil, Curtis
Swanson, Wayne Fletcher, Dick
TRUMPET SECTION-SITTNG: Gary
Anthony, Florence Guenther, Ann
Schultz, Elena Russell, Sharon Irving,
Harvey Draper. STANDING: Bob
Ranalli, Ronny Ellison, Lynn Reed,
Jerome Shumway, Bill' Chase, Jerry
Buzan, Duke Moore, David Shores,
nd e Band Playe n
Under the direction of Mr. Lynn Fitz-
gerald and Mr. Al Davis, this year's
Mustang Band had a full and busy
schedule. They performed at the home
football games, at the annual Turkey
Day Game at Montgomery Stadium, in
pep assemblies, in a concert, in the
Rodeo Parade, and were privileged to
march in the parade honoring the New
It took time and patience for the
band members, but when a presenta-
tion was to be given they performed
SAXOPHONE SECTION - SITTING
Steve Diumenti, Donna Warren, Alice
Plotner, Connie Campbell, Lynn Fred-
rickson. STANDING: Tommy Sasser,
Bennie McNevins, Happy Hagan, Jay
Lanning, Eddie Cooke, Jerry Symcox,
Roger Horne, Hugh Wolfe.
ORN SECTION-SITTING: Ron Haddock, David lser, Clark
right, Buddy Lewis. STANDING: Gregg Abram, Phil Smith,
ameron Mosher, Pete Stancato, Ronnie Simon.
, ' s . '
ADDITIONAL BAND MEMBERS-SITTING: Marion Walton, Ellen
Maclay, Dick Drinen, Bryan Newman. STANDING: Charles Bierman,
Gene Christophel, Larry Wing, Bill Gibbons, Ed Durden.
RENCH HORN SECTION-SITTING: Nancy Hill, Tanya Hartley,
.ldy Burgoon, Shirlee Menefee, Shiela Palais. STANDING: Lee
urton, Bob Reynolds, Dick Davis, Harold Davis, Robert Daehler.
ROMBONE SECTION-SITTING: Ronny Iverson, Preston Smith,
,ickey Henderson, Miles Wiltrout. STANDING: Bill Toops, Denton
:hultz, Richard Swanson, Norman Saville, Mike Briggs.
l l P 5 ill 5-5 3 l lo
FLUTES, PICCOLOS, BASS CLARINET SECTIONS- SITTING:
Carol Sue Kellum, Sarah Rice, Phyllis Johnson, Judy Allison, Rosalie
Hamm. BACK ROW: Ann Lewis, Carol Shogren, Nancy Plotner,
Frank Gilliland, Mike Ward.
Band Pla-rye n
DRUM SECTION-SITTING: Billy Beal, Mary Lee Johnson, Fred
Waldron. STANDING: Horace De Francesco, Jim Hartley, Ernie
Statsney, Richard Orey.
... .l -
VIOLA SECTION-FROM LEFT T0 RIGHT: Carole Curtis, Carol
Many hours of hard practice have
paid off high dividends for the North
High Orchestra. The orchestra has been
one ot the best music-making outfits
on the campus.
Under the baton of Mr. Lynn Fitz-
gerald, the orchestra presented, in early
spring, a concert with members of the
Advanced Girls' Glee Club.
The North orchestra also had a few
members in the Phoenix Youth Sym-
phony Orchestra, showing to Phoenix
the caliber of musicians trained at
TYMPANI, PIANO-FROM LEFT T0 RIGHT: Bill Currie, Dennis
The students at North have excel
lent reasons to be proud of the school's
FRENCH HORN, TRUMPET SECTIONS-SEATED: Shirlee
Menefee, Judy Burgoon, Judy Slonaker. STANDING:
Jerry Buzan, Elena Russell, Florence Guenther, Bob Ranalli,
BASS VIOLIN SECTON-LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Dean,
Jim Boyce, Danny Miller, Zoanne Sherlock, Steve Graham,
I fir E M
xs In gt
CELLO SECTION - SEATED: Alma Brown,
Maurine Walters, Nedra Lumpkin, Mary Lou
Whitcomb. STANDING: Eldridge Moores, Phil
Shafer, Bob Lange.
VIOLIN SECTION-SEATED: Susan Loeffler,
Sue Harvey, Judy Beaver, Marcia Kraatz, Carol
Hardies, Nancy Johnson. STANDING: Larry
Bartlett, Diane Stanford, Ann Horwitz, Peggy
Foster, Linda Purlia, Sandy Mervis, Nancy How-
ard, Charles Abert.
heslr I Strain
, r '
FLUTES, SAXOPHONE SECTIONS - SEATED:
Ann Lewis, Rosalie Hamm, Doris Pippin.
STANDING: Herb Meshel, Anita Ruthling, Ed
Cooke, Donna Warren, Larry Stanley.
A CAPPELLA--FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Whitcomb,Jeanne Abromovitz,
Ellen Maclay, Barbara Shaw, Virginia Olmstead, Deanna Heizer, Pat
Blanton, Jan Hakes, Paul Fitzsimmons, Ed Durden, Charles Roush,
Johnny Ingersoll, Richard Scrivano, Charles Parker, Dick Drinen,
Douglas Howell, Virginia Vaupell, Gayle Marsh, Kay Gregory, Marjorie
Swift, Malinda Hardin, Pat Leonard, Carol Schellenberg, Sharon Van't
Kerkhoff, Phyllis Walters. SECOND ROW: Ruthella Oliver, Wanda
McCormick, Dorothy Masters, Barbara Bouvea, Doris Pippin, Judy
Smith, Shirlee Fox, Yvonne Leonard, Paul Martin, Jim Haire, Cloyd
McFarland, Gary Springer, Lynn Lowry, Ronnie Grant, Buddy Bierman,
Warren Wilke, Helen Harrison, Vicki Meeker, Jackie Rasmussen,
Beverly Guffey, Diana Green, Carole Lee Cupp, Carol Fenstermaker,
Virginia Hunt. THIRD ROW: Justine Skousen, Donna Riggs, Ardith
T e A Cappell
The A Cappella Choir, under the di-
rection of Mr. Ben Denton, has been
very instrumental in keeping North
High's name synonomous with good
Since the beginning ot school last
September, the A Cappella has sung
before many groups, including church
groups, service clubs, schools and hos-
The singers, once again as in the
Kolouch, Sheila Hurley, Lynn Barstow, Charlotte Sullivan, Barbara
Barr, Judy Gnatt, Marjorie Liem, Jacque Semon, Virginia McFarlane,
Mike Sherwood, Gene Wahlman, Bill Gibbons, Bryan Newman, Larry
Wing, Bruce McLaughlin, Jim Armstrong, Larry Hudson, Jimmy Price,
Pamela Hoagland, Melinda Thomas, Carole Theobald, Barbara Payne,
Zoanne Sherlock, Lou Wing, Sharon Garrison, Ann Deibner, Judy
Williams, Laura Orman, Judy Mackler. FOURTH ROW: Gail De Herder,
Marion Walton, Myrna Tennyson, Phyllis Rawnsley, Mary Jayne Bryant,
Elizabeth Raspolic, Lynn Duster, Jim Krafft, Luke Gray, Gene Christo-
phel, Jerry Lundeen, Johnny Hinshaw, Allan Frostrom, Jerry Weikert,
Barbara Driskell, Elaine Bright, Charmian Smith, Nancy Putnam,
Carolyn Solomon, Joanne Brenneisen, Nancy Rivers, Donna Hackney,
Marilyn Hood, Mr. Ben Denton.
- Great Voices
past, put on the annual Christmas
assembly presenting to the double as-
sembly the many joyous and seasonal
songs. The stage was even bedecked
with a Christmas tree surrounded by
both children and gifts.
ln the early part of l955, the A
Cappella group, along with the Mus-
tang Band, presented the annual Mid-
A CAPPELLA OFFICERS-FRONT ROW: Mary
Jayne Bryant, secretary: Mary Lou Whitcomb,
accompanist: Deanna Heizer, librarian: Barbara
Shaw, treasurer: Elizabeth Raspolic, soprano
section leader. BACK ROW: Bryan Newman,
business manager: Jim Krafft, president: Charles
Parker, tenor section leader: Richard Scrivano,
librarian: Dick Drinen, vice-president: John Hin-
shaw, bass section leader.
6 r ' A
, I . X fi
w V Q H
V M, as. . 1
4, t 2: '
'M 'wi 'Y , .Q i
t, is 'ill W
J if rj
...I ,K K 1 -.,.
x m - Q Qwiff.. , gi'
Other singing groups on the North
compus this yeor included the Ad-
vonced Girls' Glee Club, under the
direction of Miss Mory Ann Enloe, the
Modrigol Singers, o group rnode up of
A Coppello members under the direc-
BOYS' GLEE CLUB-FRONT ROW:
Lawrence Ledbetter, Bill Spurlock,
Stephen Drake, Mike Drew, Ronnie
Quain, Larry Drinen, John Heldermon,
Dean Stump, Larry Brion. SECOND -if -
ROW: Mr. Ben Denton, Gene Holly, ' iif ..:,
Tob Shoop, Richard Ferrell, Wayne
Le Var, Bill Barry, Fred Dworkis, Tim 1 ' : "
Dicus, Claudio Corral, Andy Douglas. ., 1
THIRD ROW: Charmian Smith, accom- Q,
panist, George Gearhart, Barry Draper, -,
Taylor Fawcett, Bob Munsil, Danny ,ji
Williams, Ross Fullmer, Ronnie Ran-
, , mi r? iz
quist, Bob Mueller, Dave Matthews. f 1 l', i Ei'
FOURTH ROW: Hardy Marx, Robert Q
Louis, Don Sheppard, Robert Waroft,
Charles Morell, Mike Briggs, Sutter A
Gardanier, George Schuurman, Bill
Holderby, Milton Wilcox.
ADVANCED GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-FIRST ROW:
Sharmayne Phillips, Marilyn Plummer, Julie Bro-
berg, Marilynn Arnold, Blaine Baker, Donna
Brillhart, Peggy Duff. SECOND ROW: Nancy
Sloan, Joanne Kamrar, Gail Phillips, Peggy Lewis,
Shirley Brannan, Judy Dow. THIRD ROW: Vir-
ginia Reynolds, Marilyn Green, Helen Benton,
Lynn Lunt, Alla Hrebenuik, Phyllis Price.
MADRIGAL SINGERS-SEATED: Doris Pippin,
Judy Smith, Mary Jayne Bryant, Mary Lou Whit-
, comb, Virginia Hunt, Nancy Putnam. BACK
L, ROW: Charles Parker, Dick Drinen, Larry Wing,
qt 2' J Jim Krafft, Ed Durden.
,, A '
it X, .
se is as
tion of Mr. Ben Denton, ond the newly
formed Boys' Glee Club, olso directed
by Mr. Denton.
Eoch group oppeored ot Ieost once
in ossemblies before the North l-ligh
L 4 i .
LANCERS-FIRST ROW: David Bowman, Gor-
don Grover, Bob Robinson, Ronnie Jacobson
Ronnie Mangino. SECOND ROW: Jack Harris,
Bill Craig, Jim Johnson, Dave Ganci, Joe Jurca
Jerry Manguso. THIRD ROW: Mr. Robert Cog-
nac, Carl Tower, Brent Cardwell.
PIONEER-FIRST ROW: Rodney Bruce.
lim Ore, Tom Edwards. SECOND ROW:
Pete Anselmo. Bruce McLaughlin. Pete
Hiott. Bob Bulla. THIRD ROW: Mr. H.
Hall. Taylor Ienson. Iohn McGauqh.
Rodney Kemp. Iim Brouwer.
TROIANS-FIRST ROW: Dick Hall. Iohn
Davidson, Iim Conley. Dave Fumish.
Bob Koones. SECOND ROW: lim Parker.
Dave Dunbar, Ion Marx. Charles Camp-
bell. Mickey Felter. THIRD ROW: lim
Marsh. lack Bary. Steve Babcock. Mr.
D. Pace. Wally R. Ioslin. Dean Anthony.
Fred Kober. FOURTH ROW: Vik lack-
son, Merrill Robbins. lerry Dunn. Iim
Lyilon-Smiih. Bob Gray. lol-in Mackler.
VARSITY HI-Y-FIRST ROW: Ronnie Hall, Kenny Pat- Anderson, Gordon Bretzing, Eddie Mitchell, Gregg Johns,
terson, George Dukes, Clyde Nielson, Roger Wright, Tom Will James. THIRD ROW: Randy Anderson, George
Birmingham, Stan Castor, Johnny Colyer. SECOND ROW: Flint, Mr. Bert Belfuzzi.
Bob Reid, Pete Homer, John Crosby, Jerry Robinson, Ben
LETTERMAN'S CLUB-FIRST ROW: John
Burk, Ken Burk, Mr. Paul McCIoy, Barry
Edberg, Clyde Spracher. SECOND ROW:
Jim Brewer, Richard Strahl, Gordon Bretzing,
John Colyer, Jim Waldron.
VIKINGS-FIRST ROW: Lee Burton, Dave Thornton, Bob Nasser, Dick Robinson. SECOND ROW: Jim Peachey, Lloyd
Aycock, Gary Westley, Jerome Clark. THIRD ROW: Bob Diamond, Jerry Lundeen, Bob Kerr, Fred Lyddon. FOURTH ROW:
Fred Fahlen, John Pendergraft, Arnold Trujillo.
CRUSADER Hl-Y-FRONT ROW: Marvin Davis, Richard Ronnie Akers, Richard Singer, Wendell Clutz, Frank
Parkin, Don Tolliver, Crandell Embry, Ronnie Altman, Jordan. THIRD ROW: Horace Pomeroy, Roger Crobarger,
Gordon Mohr, Paul Rasmussen. SECOND ROW: Mr. Richard Whipple, John Flach, Van Fritz, Clark Bright,
Cecil Coleman, Ford Knowles, Dick Whitney, David Carey, Xavier Keele, Charles Peterson, Glenn King, Dean Minard.
CHALLENGERS-SEATED: Joe Jordan, Happy Hagen, Jon Meyers, Gary Davis, Hugh Wolfe, Jim Kraft. SECOND ROW:
Bill Ware, Joe Harper, Rick lmboden, Gary Talbot, Roger Bachman, Gary Solomon, Fred Abraham, Chris Pinson, Walter
Neubert. THIRD ROW: John Robson, Mickey O'Dell, Frank Peterson, Don Cooley, Lynn Reed, Larry McMillan, Ward
Heiman, Frank Pittenger, Sam Fetters, Austin Meyers, Mr. C. 0. Stephens.
PHI-TYO-Y TEENS-FIRST ROVv': Lorraine Spence,
Gayle Quick, Carmen Ruthling, Sharmayne Phillips, Kay
Hall, Pat Pensinger, Susan Ek, Carolyn Walters, Jan
Currie, Carol Crutchfield, Sharon Young. SECOND ROW:
Gail Vanatter, Sharon Haas, Doris Drage, Rose Rosell, Jo
Sparks, lreneTrentini, Mabel Jacobs, Elaine Jones, Wanda
Pierce, Carol Wilhelmy, Miss Gretchen Bock. THIRD
ROW: Patsy Beck, Marlene McLean, Eve Averkiou,
Kathleen Sullivan, Arden Lawrence, Betty Brown, Evelyn
Williams, Jo Ann Jaimes, Anita Rulhling. FOURTH ROW:
Pat Ashby, Jody Williams, Penny Prather, Lianne Havill,
Carmela Lacapra, Nancy Strange, Diane Schenk, Lynda
Kemper, Ann Storres, Donna Eittreim, Joan Walker,
TRI-SUMMA-FIRST ROW: Yvonne Leonard,
Judy Williams, Judy Mackler, Linda Munro.
SECOND ROW: Judy Burgoon, Jody Duncan,
Diana Goggin, Barbara Bunch, Joanne Kamrar,
Judy Slonaker, Jan Fairweather. THIRD ROW:
Roberta Martensen, Marvene Lohman, Dorothy
Suchy, Peggy Smith, Loretta Caldwell, Phyllis
Walters. FOURTH ROW: Carol Lee Cupp, Juan-
ita Harris, Nancy Darnell, Sharon Abram, Caro-
ri- i- -Active n Campus
lt was a very busy year for the Hi-Y's
and Tri-Hi-Y's on the North High
Many of the Hi-Y's had special
events, including movies, basketball
games, pin sales, and one of the biggest
events of the year, the Trojan-Crusader
Carnival held in April.
The Tri-Hi-Y's also were very active.
Events of clubs included cake sales, car
washings, movies, and teas, just to
name a few.
There were also events in which both
the l-li-Y's and Tri-Hi-Y's participated,
with one of the biggest being the snow
party held by the Quibona and Trojan
Besides promoting special events, the
groups all worked toward one goal, that
of promoting friendliness and competi-
tion. The clubs also gave many students
a chance to meet new friends and re-
new old acquaintances.
Bemann. Gail Rite. Nancy Meadows.
TRI-DETTS-FRONT ROW: Beverly Beley Hose
Waddell, Beverly Foster, Elaine Ecltle, Carol Fen
stermcllrer, Marilyn Manor. SECOND ROW Ruth
el'a Oliver. Sara Gucker. Barbara Basham Kay
Kincaid. Karilyn Swartxel. Melinda Hardin. THIRD
ROW: Betty Bracker. Bonnie Windhorn. Linda
Chase. Ianice Tumer, lo Iackson. Von Iackson
Diane Kroll. Marcia Kraatz. Charlotte Sullivan
FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Swartzel. Margaret
O'I.eury. Ioy Yantes. Gail Phillips. Hyla Evans
Ian Iackson. Donna Ricks, Mildred Huclro. Lucio
4' 'rx If L7 A
, , H - '
Q vp Ka:
4 X - G XX -1
'7,.xC"5' is T
TRI-FIDELES-FRONT ROW: Emily
Cunningham, Elizabeth Thomas, Sally
Imboden, Marilynn Arnold, Sharon
Cooper, Sandra Cooper, Carolyn Cleve-
land. SECOND ROW: Karen Womack,
Nancy Weigle, Connie Szink, Cathy
Fischer, Louann Arnote, Jane King,
Pat Pedersen, Nikki Speliopoulos,
Georgia Shearer. THIRD ROW: Nancy
Bell, Raima Roper, Jeanni Gibbons,
Judy Gawler, Deanna Chavez, Mary
Stewart Robbins, Ellen Dorn, Karen
Walker. FOURTH ROW: Gail Gentry,
Laurie Hubbard, Judy Jennings, Sandra
Bales, Bette Payne, Margaret Seitz.
TRI-LYTZ-FIRST ROW: Sylvia Shimkus,
Eva Gra:mmar, Gail De Herder, Kae
Andreen, Mary Ellen Myers, Betsy
Tower. SECOND ROW: Sue Wahlin,
Sharan McBrayer, Toni Iohnson. Sarah
Rice. Sally Switzer, Barbara Payne.
THIRD ROW: Miss Ardys Cohum, Mari-
lyn Hood, Nancy Ross, Susan Carter.
Carolyn Marlinie, Barbara Bouvea.
FOURTH ROW: Miss Mary Ann Enloe,
Sue McCreary, Sue Bullock, Marilyn
Harris. Ioan Marlin. Harlene Miller,
Donna Brillhart, Karan McBrayer.
Tri- '- ' lion
QUIBONA-FIRST ROW: Grace Fahlen, Doro-
thy Fischer, Lelani Kellin. SECOND ROW: Judy
Gnatt, Jacque Semon, Karen Webb, Helen Har-
rison, Dolores Bonus, Carole Thomas, Georgiann
Lucas. THIRD ROW: Marjorie Liem, Karen
Brown, Sue McDaniel, Carole Lindsay, Sharon
Baldwin, Lynn McGee, lda Hocken, Tuuli Vo-
lanen. FOURTH ROW: Sally Mitchell, Pat Fut-
rell, Gail Marsh, Mrs. Dorothy Milne, Mary Ann
Wilson, Miss Regna Breneman, Kay Davis, Jo
Ann Robert, Virginia McFarlane, Joan Willis.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA-
FIRST ROW: Maureen Mulkey, Carol Stanley,
Gail Phillips, Jean Wright, Vickie Renner, Toni
Coco. SECOND ROW: Bernice Berenschot, Jean
Covington, Sandy Franklin. THIRD ROW: Mr.
Ed Palmer, Jon Meyer, Jim Sharbaugh, Gary
Purlee, Ernie Statsney, Dennis Westover, Bob
ART CLUB-SEATED: Beverly Brown, Pat Lyon, Joetta Wise, Phyllis Ashley, Eve Averkiou, Kathleen Sullivan, Nancy Strange,
Sandra Martensen. STANDING: Karl Steinman, Alliene Hymes, Gayle Quick, Donna Brillhart, Jim Ratliff, Sylvia Sllimkus, Nancy
Hill, Mr. Allen Dutton, Hardy Marx, Carla Barnllouser.
iness, Atl, Coin
Whether it was the Future Business The FBLA was under the faculty
Leaders of America, the Coin Club, or supervision of Mr. Edward Palmer, while
the Art Club, every member belonged the Art and Coin Clubs had Mr. Allen
because of the desire to share with Dutton as their sponsor.
others the common interests they each
,,, ,Y A -, ,u ii.. , .,. , , ..
COIN CLUB-FROM LEFT TO
RIGHT: C u r m e n Ruthllnq.
Larry Day. Phil Shafer, George
Taylor. lay Stuckey. Mr. A.
Dutton. Karl Steinman. Bob
BOOK CLUB-FRONT ROW: Char-
lotte Goode, Carole Theobald, Charlene
Noble. BACK ROW: Mr. Richard
Drinkwater, Lynn Barstow.
Read s And rite
For those students interested in read-
ing and discussing books, there was the
Book Club, under the faculty advisor-
ship of Mr. Richard Bridgewater.
K .fff 1111
QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY-
FIRST ROW: Judy Jekel, Mary Beth
Aarni, Marilyn Citron, Merv Kolb.
SECOND ROW: Dick Hall, Hyla Evans,
Bob Crawford, Dave Wantz.
For the qualified journalists, there
was the Quill and Scroll Society. Mr.
Jack Shimer had faculty charge of the
international honor society for high
PHYSICS CLUB-FIRST ROW: James Voigt, Steve
Stephanos, Bob Laren, Eldridge Moores, Joe Collier, Mike
Ward, Grant Allen, Chris Pinson, Derald Holmes. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Frank Gilleland, Mary Beth Aarni, Lynn Bar-
stow, Sally Switzer, Phyllis Johnson, Sarah Rice, Ellen
Piowaty, Susan Tuthill, Elaine Showell, Sandra Schutt.
THIRD ROW: Preston Smith, Mickey Henderson, Fred
Abraham, Denny Zoland, Bob Daehler, Roger Freeman.
FOURTH ROW: Bryan Newman, Larry Hudson, Frank
Peterson, Jim Ray, Jon Batistic, David Wantz, Stan
Haercher, Lynn Bentley, Ronnie Johnson, Don Cooley,
Bob Lange, John Hammonds, Stan Minx, George Yue.
FIFTH ROW: Bob Patterson, Kevin Donahue, Billy Butler,
Bill Craig, Bill Swanson, Esmond Grosz, Ward Heiman,
Don Metzger, Paul' Edgerton, Dick Hanson, Horace De
Scienli ls And ffice
FIRST ROW: J. B. Runyon, Bob Sher-
wood, Karl Steinman, Bob Bulla, Robert
Hoag, Warren Rustad. SECOND ROW:
Walter James, Doug Schadle, Bob
Patterson, Fred Holmes, Bruce Casey,
.,:F'.' N ,
, f ,
'-f1:'f., P 2 be 5?
? ex if gag, B51
, X L. I ,A,.,.,. it jj A 5
Q, E Q. ,, 1
my-+0 N ,.
. .2 5: iid! ' V 1' E
5 4. 7 F H 1' H 1
',,.. ':'1Q"-:Q R A P'
-:af rg. ' E E ei, . as is
Yllltiil, " S -., - A W '
g SS I
- lbbl it 'W I I K
ABC LATIN CLUB-FIRST ROW: Carolyn Solomon, Ardith Kolouch, Charles Parker, Nancy Sherer, Jack Loring, Phyllis Walters. SECOND
ROW: Diana Goggin, Sarah Rice, Phyllis Johnson, Jerry Dunn, Diana Dismuke, Barbara Bunch, Sally Seimatewa, Marion Walton. THIRD ROW:
Jay Maccracken, Pat Tracy, Esmond Grosz, David Shoore, Van Fritz, Dick Whipple, Virginia McFarlane, James Voigt.
LEGIO HONORIS-PRIMA CENTURIA
-FIRST ROW: Adele Bradford, Sut-
ter Gardanier, Sandra Roundey, Arline
Winslow. SECOND ROW: Judy Allison,
Judy Jennings, Louisa Enholm, Ronnie
Simons, Georgeann Shearer, Ronald
Paquin, Catherine Berkenkamp, Lorna
Teuscher, Evelyn Baroody, Cleo Rob-
ertson. THIRD ROW: Max Cooley,
Karen Clark, Pat Blake, Robert Laird,
Richard Laird, Stewart Thomas, Vicki
LEGIO HONORIS-SECUNDA CENTURIA-FIRST ROW: Laurie Hubbard, Nancy Darnell, Doris
Kuiper, Dorothy Moore, Kay Kleeving, Sharon Proctor, Ercelle Tisor. SECOND ROW. Pamela
Gannareli, Brenda Benner, Sally Lorenson, Marilyn Childers, Ronald Clegg, Lynn Boice, Leora
Miller, Audrey Wolfe, Leslie Young, Elizabeth Thomas. THIRD ROW: Rodney Bruce, Rodney
Kemp, Jim Harrison, J. B. Runyon, Eldridge Moores, David Iser, Tommi Torri, Eldon Quick,
Bob Shipley, Anita Ruthling.
Q. All ' if A-Q
,f'.PX ' '
...N ,-1. ,- 1 ,
ws' W '
STADIUM CLUB-SEATED: Maryce Bezdek, Jeanne Abromovitz, Saralyn Stein. BACK ROW: Bobbi Rhiner,
Beatrice Seaver, Julie Melter, Miss Gladys Neil, Cody Clark, Bill Cookman, Quin Noonan.
hers and fre hm
One ofthe busiest "little" groups on
the North campus was the Stadium
Club. During many of the year's sport-
ing and other events, this group of
students was usually doing the ushering
and keeping order. They were rewarded,
as in the past, tor their work by being
FRENCH CLUB-FIRST ROW: John Peipleman, Jackie
Rasmussen, Carol Schellenberg, Sara Hayes, Barbara
Bouvea, Shirley Fox, Pete Brown. SECOND ROW: Eliza-
beth Sorley, Gail Gaskin, Liz Raspolic, Lynn Barstow,
asked to usher at the New Year's Day
Salad Bowl Game.
The French Club gives the many
members a chance to learn and talk
informally about the customs ot the
people whose language they are learn-
Yvonne Leonard, Sue Mendelson, Dotty Lavallee, Lois
Noren. THIRD ROW: Betty Bracker, Pat Allen, Peggy
Lewis, Anita Mihelic, Sherry Burton, Joy Bazzill, Frances
Jones, Diana Goggin, Loretta Ford.
lt took time ond potience to put out
the i955 Hootbeots ond the editors ond
Stott ore proud to put it before the
Hylo Evons heoded the stoft os editor-
in-chief. Her section editors included
Jonice Turner, treshmon ond sopho-
more sections, Morilyn Citron, octivity
section, Pot Lyon, student government,
Jeonette Aldridge, toculty ond odmini-
strotion section, Merv Kolb, clubs ond
orgonizotion section, ond Dusty Rich-
ords, sports section.
From the beginning ot school in Sep-
tember, the Stott wos preporing for this
edition. Pictures hod to be ossigned ond
token, poges hod to be mode, copy hod
to be written ond tinol poges checked.
And now, otter nine months ot work,
the Hootbeots is completed ond in your
honds for tinol opprovol.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF--Hyla Evans was the editor-
in-chief of the 'I955 Hoofbeats.
oofhea s Editor
EDITORS-FROM LEFT TO
RIGHT: Janice Turner,
Marilyn Citron, Pat Lyon,
Jeanette Aldridge, Dusty
Richards, Merv Kolb.
' - X
dek, Pete Brown, Alma Brown.
Without the help of the staff and
photographers there would be no an-
nual. The editors are deeply indebted
to both these groups for their time and
The staff included Louise Collier, Sue
and Sally Hogan, Maureen Thompson,
Alma Brown, Pete Brown, Maryce Bez-
dek, Jean Calvert, and Bob Crawford.
Taking, developing and printing the
pictures for the Hoofbeats and the
Mustang Roundup were Barry Smith,
Dave Wantz, Dave Hoagland, Danny
Miller, Joe Jordan, Ernest Barwick, and
Anita Ruthling was advertising man-
ager for the i955 annual. She and her
staff were responsible for getting and
making-up of the ads seen in the back
of this book. Her assistants consisted
of journalism and publication students.
nnu I Assislanl
HOOFBEATS ASSISTANT5 - SEATED: Louise
Collier, Sue Hogan, Maureen Thompson, Jean
Calvert. STANDING: Sally Hogan, Maryce Bez
PUBLICATION PHOTOGRAPHERS: Barry S ith
George Henderson, Dave Wann, Joe Jorda
MUSTANG ROUNDUP CHIEF-Bob Crawford
was the man in charge of this year's Mustang
Mary Beth Aarni, news.
uslang Roundup Editors
The Mustang Roundup this year
again proved that it is one of the best
papers in the state and the country.
And it has awards and statements prov-
Bob Crawford was the person in
charge of seeing that fifteen editions
of the Roundup appeared before the
student body. Bob, his editors and staff,
were constantly "digging" out campus
news and features, and seeing that
they were printed. Mary Beth Aarni was
news editor for the Roundup, Dick Hall
was in charge of the sports department,
and Maureen Thompson, was feature
The Roundup, as in the past, dedi-
cated the fifteenth edition to the gradu-
ating seniors. Every senior student who
filled out special questionnaires and
returned them to the publications room
had his name printed in the final edi-
tion of The Roundup.
ROUN DUP EDITORS: Maureen
Thompson, featuresg Dick Hall sports
Pat Lyon, Sue Hogan, Sally Hogan.
Campu ourn lists
No newspaper, whether a city or
school publication, could function with-
out the writers, copyreaders, business
department or the photographers.
Each had its own special job to do,
and when the final tally was taken each
The publication photographers didn't
stop after snapping the picture. They
developed and printed each picture with
special core so it could be used for
either the Roundup or Hoofbeats.
Being partially self-supporting, the
Roundup must have advertising to exist.
ln charge of the ad department was
Diane Pandeli and assistant ad man-
ager, Pete Brown.
Keeping books for the Roundup isn't
an easy job. Just ask Judy Jekel, who
was business manager for the Roundup.
had done its job to the best of its ability.
The staff, consisting of the journal-
ism and publication students, were and
always will be considered the backbone
of any staff.
ROUND-UP BUSINESS STAFF-SEATED Duane Pan
deli, Judy Jekel. STANDING: Pete Brown
ROUNDUP WORKERS-SEATED: Amt: Ruth
ling, Sue Mendelsolm, Stephanie Eldridge
Marilyn Citron, Carole Theobald, Glorlanne
Engel. BACK ROW: Merv Kolb, Herbert Meshel
SENIOR PARNASSUS-FIRST ROW: Sally Switzer. Diana Dismuke, Carole Theobald. Nancy Thomas. Ianet Achauer. Carole McDaniel, Marion
Stanecker, Nancy Sloan. Nancy Sherer. SECOND ROW: Betsy Tower. Sara Hayes. Ercelle Tisor, Melinda Thomas. Pam Hoagland. Phyllis
lohnson. Carolyn Solomon. THIRD ROW: Gail De Herder. Carol Burns. Carol Butler, Shirlee Meneiee. Gail Phillips. Margaret O'Leary. Charmian
Smith. Ian Iaclrson. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Bouvea. Sarah Rice. Ellen Piowaty. Mike Ward. Ronnie Iacobson. Eldridge Moores. Grant Allen,
Dennis Anderson. George Yue. FIFTH ROW: Iames Voigt. Ioe Iurca.
unior S nior "Br in "
IUNIOR PARNASSUS-FIRST HOW: Karen Webb. Iacque Semon, Sue McDaniel. Virginia McFarlane. Harriet Frires. Susan Loeiller, Phyllis Walters.
Sharon Van't Kerkhofl. SECOND ROW: Anita Ruthlinq. Susan Tuthill. Lynn Barstow. Helen Harrison. Charlene Noble, Virginia Olmsted. Iudee
Moore. Alma Brown. THIRD ROW: Sheila Palais. Ioanne Brenneisen, Marion Walton. Sally Lorensen. Elizabeth Raspolic. Pat Morris. Sue
Voegele. Iudy Iekel. FOURTH ROW: Kent Mayfield. David lser. David Shoore. Cameron Mosher. Ierry Dunn. Tom Bjorklund. Karl Steinman.
SOPHOMORE PARNASSUS-FRONT ROW: Cathy Berkenkamp. Iudy Jennings. Marilyn Green. Nancy Plotner. Sharon Proctor. Ann Horwitz.
SECOND ROW: Ph l' ' ' ' ' '
yi is Young. Liz Thomas. Brenda Von Grabxll. Mary Walkmgton. Pamela Gannarelli, Mary Stewart Robbins, Donna Duxbury
THIRD ROW: Steve Graham. Ronald Paquin. Iohn Sumners. Tom Edwards. Robert Hoag FOURTH ROW- Bill Chase Sutter Gardanier Ta lor
. . . . y
Ienson, Iim Harrison. Bob Bulla.
F eshm , Sophomor
FRESHMAN PARNASSUS-FRONT ROW: Phil Cords. Sherry Baker. Nancy Iohnson. Carmen Ruthlinq. Iudy Turley. Beth Burton. and Mary Mussel-
man. SECOND ROW: Iohn Mullen. Barbara Iohnson. Anne Boemer. Rosalee Black. Barbara Drinkwater. THIRD ROW: Sandra Harris, Patty Pomeroy.
Sonia Christenson. Sandy Martensen. Darlene Goto. Alice Plotner. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Howard. Iulie Coulter. Allan Poison. Gary Turner. Bob
A I 43 1
pinned NN P' - '
. V '
N 1 S new 1 l ' ' ,
in iw - Q 5 t S 13- A -' ,
. Q A ,.,. b . E .N Q. I
Wg M ,Q 5. 1 Q
mg' N .f A as sh...
KEY CLUB-SEATED: John Hart, Jerry Dunn,
Chris Pinson, Bob Crawford, Merv Kolb, Lee
Burton. STANDING: Joe Jordan, Mr. Watt, Bill
Currie, Ronnie Johnson, Dick Drinen, Charles
Parker, Eldridge Moores, Herbert Meshel, Steve
Miller, Gene Christophel, Bill Gibbons, Bill
Craig, Mickey Henderson, Mr. James Thomas,
Preston Smith, Roger Bachman, Pete Brown.
Service, Recreation, health
WHITE CAPS-FIRST ROW: Paula Wetzel, Sharon Jones, Pat Moeller, Jackie Blagrave, Elizabeth Sorby, Lois Noren. SECOND ROW:
Anita Mihelich, Mary Musselman, Eleanor Yellin, Lynn Stewart, Karen Watkins, Ruth Ann Frye, Mary Ann Netherlin, Susan
Dolezal, Kay Reece, Judy Allison, Miss Lydia Potthoff. THIRD ROW: Jean Willert, Janet Schindler, Beverly Skelding, Mary Ann
Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Ann Wilson, Carol Mclndoo, Peggy Duff, Margaret Blakemore.
PEP CLUB: These are the iunior and senior members of the Pep Club.
4 if 1- A ,
sm.: -fs -'xii T" '
., Kiev. My
PEP CLUB OFFICERS-FIRST ROW: Barbara Payne, Lois Drage.
SECOND ROW: Mike MacAfee, Bob Robinson, and Mr. Tom Inman.
The i954-55 edition of the North
High Pep Club wos very instrumental
in building ond keeping the rnorole of
Mustongs ot fever-high pitch for rnony
of the school's sporting events.
Under president Bob Robinson, the
Pep Club hod its own roped-off section
ot oll the home footboll ond mony of
the bosketboll gomes.
Before the onnuol gridiron gome with
Phoenix Union, the Club sponsored the
onnuol Turkey Gome Rolly, where mony
of the school's orgonizotions entered
floots. lt wos ot this rolly thot Diono
Dismuke wos crowned footboll queen.
Other Pep Club officers included
Mike McAfee, vice - president, Lois
Droge, secretory, ond Borborci Poyne,
treosurer. Mr. Tom lnmon wos foculty
odvisor for the group.
PEP CLUB: The "yellers" of tomorrow, the freshmen and sophomore members.
ROTC BATTALION-these are the boys who made up the North High ROTC squad.
RIFLE TEAM-KNEELING: Paul Finch, Kenneth Burk, Clyde Spracher, Fred Carbus, Dave Mathews
SECOND ROW: Mike Wall, Lynn Bentley, John Harrell, John Burk, Stan Mincks, William James
Soldi rs of omorrow
ROTC BATTALION OFFICERS-these Battalion Officers make up tomorrow's leaders.
AGGIE CLUB-FRONT ROW: Edna
Seitz, Janet Fairweather, Carolyn John-
son, Charles Eber, Joe McCulloch,
Charles Flagg. BACK ROW: Steve
Mitchell, Dorothy Dodd, Larry Wing,
Tod Slade, Linda Frei, Terry Tryon.
CIVIL AIR PATROL-FRONT ROW:
Bob Sherwood, Bob Free, Shirley Lines,
Jeanefte Aldridge. BACK ROW: James
Helvie, Harvey Draper, Alan Scoff,
Farmers, flyers, Teachers
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-SEATED: Charles Parker, Eugene Wolfman, Janice
Copeland, Judy Dow. STANDING: Sheila Palais, Yvonne Knight, Janice Baily, Yolanda
'U' 1 2
X O 2
4 Q f
Fir I Sllrin IS5 -' 5 Grid
John Harper Senior Ronnie Jacobson Senior
Tackle All Stale Halfback
Z e V xy Q' V J
4 "ll5: Q,,:: V: ' in
-I: Q Q.-'KNHVK ,
E ill f
Ben Anderson Senior George Dukes Senior Eddie Mitchell Senior
End All State Guard Halfback All Stale
Jon Marx Junior Will James Senior
Jerry Robinson Senior Duane Kummer Senior Clyde Nielson Senior
End Center Quarterback
A record of eight wins and two
losses was not quite good enough to
earn a repeat claim to the Class AA
football championship. A loss to the
Mesa Jackrabbits, who finished second,
and a l4-7 loss to the champion Union
Coyotes on Thanksgiving Day shoved
the defending champion Mustangs into
third place in the league standings.
From an overall standpoint, however,
the season was not too bad. Three
members of the Mustang varsity made
first string All-State. l-lalfback Eddie
Mitchell, who finished second to Phoe-
nix Union's George Greathouse in the
league scoring race, tackle John Har-
per, acclaimed the best linebacker in
the state, and end Benny Anderson,
who improved greatly after not even
making the first team last year, were
the three honored.
The Mustangs started the season
with their sixth win over the West High
Thunderbirds in the six years that the
team has played them. Then, in a game
that was rated a toss-up, the Hosses
bowed to a strong Mesa squad l9-l2.
After the loss, the team started to roll.
Led by the three potential All-Staters
and ace quarterback Clyde Nielson, the
squad rolled to seven consecutive vic-
tories, reaching their peak in the ninth
game of the season when they defeated
Phoenix Tech 50-O.
UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Filming the
North-Mesa Frosh game for the full length picture, "The Private
Life of Major Bentson."
0m0rr0w's Sl rs
North's Dave Walters, 27, with the ball as Brophy tackle Bob Tozier, 22 closes in.
- ,.. - ,WW ,::.rf3.:4f,7" ' TNQ 'K .. fi W any X 'S Y L3 'its
saws..-...W ...N , , . , my:WW-waM:.W,:..m.mxz. -
, 2 Y f M
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Jim Thorp, Colonel Swan, Gary Westley, Wayne Fletcher, Steve
Diumente, Jerome Clark, Bob Kerr, Riner Salmon, Lynn Boice, Dick Robinson, Larry Hall, LeRoy Davis, Bill Russell. SECOND ROW: Coach
Rolly Caldwell, Taylor Jenson, Pete Ansolm, Rodney Bruce, John McGaugh, Glen King, James Paulson, Merrill Robbins, Jack Beyer, Ronnie
James, Benton Ramson, Pete Hiort, Fred Fahlen, Stan Haacke, Wendell Clutz, Coach Al Barnes.
o 1 I ' H - A
FROSH FOOTBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: Mark Button, John Arnhold, Tom Adams, Bruce Andrews, Mickey Doyle, Jim Minard, Mike Green
Danny Hale, Morris Russell. SECOND ROK: Jim Sexon, Paul Sapp, Don Blue, Jim Peachy, Rennie Crittendong, Tony Esquibel, Felix Zamora,
Doug Denton. THIRD ROW: Dick Morris, Dallas Long, Carl Hansen, Bob Pior, Steve Vaughn, Fred Rosell, Larry Blakey, Bob Clauss. FOURTH
ROW: Coach Bert Belluzzi, Andy Leach, Larry Upton, Bob Marsh, Bob Robinson, Bob Murphy, Richard Overton.
Var il nleres Cro
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: David Ganci, John Harper, Bob Gray, Will James, George Flint, Jerry Robinson, Ben
Anderson, Ernie Stone, Warren Searles. SECOND ROW: Vik Jackson, Frank Evans, Lloyd Aycock, Ronnie Jacobson, David Dunbar,
Jon Marx, Clyde Nielson, George Dukes, Jack Wagner, Dean Anthony, Kenny Patterson, Coach Vernon Wolfe. THIRD ROW: Cecil
Coleman, James Johnson, Gordon Grover, Fred Lyddon, Eddie MitcheII,Gordon Bretzing, Duane Kummer, Alan Sandell, John Crosby,
Bask lb II Stars
JERRY ROBINSON goes for a basket in the Tucson game. ALL-STATE PETE HOMER blocking a basket in the Yuma
IQ55 uslang Cagers
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Ben Anderson, Fred Kober, Jim Conley, Eddie Mitchell, Jerry Robinson. SECOND ROW
Coach Richard Hardt, Austin Myer, Lou Goldstein, Van Fritz, Pete Homer, Bob Gray, David Thornton, Mgr.
At the beginning of the l95-4-55
basketball season, Coach Richard
"Jiggs" Hardt predicted that the North
High varsity hoopsters would win twelve
games and drop six. As the final stand-
ings proved, Hardt was as good a
prophet as he was a coach. The North
varsity won exactly twice as many
games as it lost in the eighteen game
season and finished in third place be-
hind Phoenix Union and Phoenix Tech.
The team started the season at a fast
clip and were running neck and neck
with Phoenix Tech until the season was
about two-thirds complete. Then the
unbeaten Phoenix Union Coyotes were
scheduled to play the Mustangs in the
The game started out as if it was to
be a runaway for the Coyotes with the
Pack holding a l7 point lead at half-
time. After the mid-game break, how-
ever, the Hosses made a miracle come-
back and won the game in overtime,
53-52. The next night, however, they
blew their chance to gain a firm foot-
hold on second place when the Tech
Hornets walked all over them.
Pete Homer, Mustang forward, was
named captain of both the All-City
and All State hoop teams.
ex ear's C am s
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-FIRST ROW: cmh Cecil Coleman, Arieigh seem B B d Ay k
F I' h OND ROW: Bob Kerr, Fred Lyddon, Jack Beyer, Jim Parker, Wendell CI t
Junior Varsity Record
Yumo so 3 3 3 54 -- North
West High , 3 3 3 3 41 - North
Tucson High eoooe , , 43 -- North
Phoenix Union 3 51 - North
St. Mory's so 45 - North
Meso so so 2 24 - North
Amphitheotree eeee so 31 - North
Glendole. ooooe so so 35 - North
Phoenix Union 3 61 - North
Phoenix Tech eeee so 25 - North
West High . so 3 so 49 -- North
Yumo eeeee , so , 34 - North
Mesa 3 eeee so so 21 - North
Tucson High 38 - North
Glendale so , 2 2 40 - North
St. Mory's eeee . 33 -- North
Phoenix Tech ee we A 37 -- North
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-FIRST ROW: Don Blue lmanagerl, Morris Russell, Rennie C tt B y
Walters, Jerry Henderson lmanagerl. SECOND ROW: Andy Leach, Steve Vaughn, Bob Pior, R B b R b M
L J Ehl
West High BB s,eee B
Phoenix Union aaaao
St. Mary's B BB
Glendale B BB BB
St. Mary's oooa, BB
Mesa ssssssss.sss .sss
West High ssss
Phoenix Tech sssssss
Freshman Basketball Record
- North sssss
North ,cvs BB
B sscs - North scsc
- North BB B
- North B. B
B BBBB - North BBBBB
-- North BBBBB
39 - North
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Jon Flach, Jim Johnson, Ed King, Mickey Odell, Pete Homer, Jon Marx, Carl Tower,
Fred Lyddon, Bob Reid, Jerry Robinson, Benny Anderson, George Anderson, Manager. SECOND ROW: Ccnch Paul' McCIoy, Fred
Kober, Jim Conley, Jim Parker, Gordon Bretzing, Ronnie Hall, George Dukes, Richard Boich, Dick Aksamit, John Colyer, Jerry Man-
guso, David Ganci, Gordon Grover, Warren Searles, Manager.
D , III
. gsys 4, M? 'R 3
,sv , A r aaaa .J 1. W
Y Auf, ,va Hol m., . SL y
BOB REID, third baseman watches disgustedly as St. Mary's YOU'RE OUT! Ronnie Hall, North second baseman
man rounds third. slides into second for a close out.
FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Rennie Crittende1, Jim Peachey, Tom Adams, Bill Lee, Steve Ogborne, Ronnie
Shinn, Tom Lanis, Bill Walson. SECOND ROW: Jim Minard, Carl Hansen, Steve Vaughn, Bob Marsh, Andy Leach, Bob Robinson,
Tom Sasser, Coach Robert Cognac.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Ford Knowles, Jim Shaffer, Marvin Davis, Jim Spencer, Jim Parker,
John Flack, Arlie Bichley, Dick Robinson, Ronnie Clay, Manager. SECOND ROW: Coach AI Barnes, Lloyd Aycock, Bob Kerr, Richard Smith,
Bob DuVall, Harold Wright, Mark Meka, Pat Poulson, Jim Orr, Tom Edwards, Jim Blair, Jim Johnson.
xagw y F H A .. . ,w-anna
QV iii ' .
147 'Q ' A
,,,, Q J
Trac Stars lion
ik' I it
six L, K todd, Y
ff?" ' 'T
VARSITY TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Ron Cooley, Bell Lynn, Ernie Bullard, Jerry Robertson, Jim Brewer. SECOND ROW: Pat
Winton, Jerome Clark, Jim Waldron, Jack Wagner, Pete Anselmo. THIRD ROW: George Flint, John Harper, Jerry Dunn, Bob Morris,
Bruce Rodney. FOURTH ROW: Billy Walters, Joe Ehlers, Eddie Mitchell, Larry Hill, Jim Harrison, Coach Vern Wolfe.
ef ' lf
. . as
FROSH TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Fred Bengtson, Leland E1trekin, Bill Walters, Lynn Bell, George Davies, Robin Bechtal.
SECOND ROW: Wayne Hedgpeth, Morris Russell, Allan Young, Danny Hale, Ronnie Evans, Bob Clauss, Doug Denton. THIRD
ROW: Bruce Andrews, Bill Farnbach, Phil Grippen, Ronald Kurtzman, Don Blue, Larry Blakely, Dallas Long.
.- 3' ,.... 7
-: - -W---.-f.-.e------ ,.... A ------- . - -.A 1 5, K vm. ,Jigg
...E 'ig j ' PM L ,.,., . . new P' , T
H : "
. aw 5 -Q. . J R 1' 5, K LL
' , X- . , , - J V s Q I .
A ' ' :N K' , 4 I' F Q A. ,Q ' x , 1
' s Y . A j f , "2
i S, , f , X X " 3,
- : Q - , , . 1-
I 1 1.
, . L 'Q D
f wwzzg I S 3, 1 5 AK, 4 I f I K
w?.-U' , f Qi. . ,Q ,Q ' gh 'V 5 FXR 'Q-Six: Q G5 BQ' . 5-my' J 'f
' -it .age 1 Q - v-ani :D awww f ' -H1 A ' -4-mr T
, - If E: wr K lx K, ...I I A
B J N ,.. ,,, S? 2 1 f
,Q 4, A wx. it . if ,
JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Wayne Peters, Ron James, Jerry Peters, Harry Hodil, Duane Porter, Pete Hjort,
John McGaugh, Bob Nasser. SECOND ROW: Dean Anthony, Boley Ramson, Dan Mcllroy, Gilbert From, Gordon Mankins, Alois
Weiler, David Walters. THIRD ROW: Taylor Jenson, Merrill Robbins, Ron Stephens, Jack Beyer, Lynn Frederickson, Robin Norris,
Bill Krause. FOURTH ROW: Jim Paulson, Stan Haacke, Bill Evans.
u:+ggmi1lU "M'fW"'A"M"' ,Q ' A '
JUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS TEAM-FRONT ROW: Gor-
don Mohr, Peter Kurce. SECOND ROW: Coach George
Motter, Eugene Lewis, Gene Simmons, Harvey Grady,
orlh' Racq elee
VARSITY TENNIS TEAM-FRONT ROW: Bob Daehler, Wes Mickle, Barry Edberg.
SECOND ROW: Pal' Blake, Buzz Wolley, Coach Douglas Cary.
GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS-FRONT ROW: Sue McCreary, Judy
Price, Helen Harrison. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Miller, Jean Powell,
Yvonne Knight, Susan Tuthill, Miss Catherine Wilkinson.
ef 1 ' W an
W,,i,.,.,i 4 M A , JN MMM
, N u . Aiwa
I I f Xuan!
.. ,.,,,, .Mm
i ee i s
.nf ,iff 3
My L '
wa ' JLa,1.v,,:afr,,:e'. ,Li
.,wf:J.:, ,K 'S '
- uv N ., v .
W K., -1, A
J z ealfy'
zap., .W S
,tksmy , fy X , L.. A .
.R W Y ,
gm'7:f'1"' .. 4-
x g-.3 G. S
- 7 Ji 5' 1 1? K " x
s ' ' N- ,
Q' . f 17 pt ,na 'Q . K
l.'xv,gT. ' A K' N
:,, J A
. N54-grim ,- .. W A Q. . , -ww-'31 1
He, we .af f ,
.- . .
if gy .ff-if 1a,f,'v,. .fmj.5,.f ff? 1.. . E
-Y ' Llfiiiiihfgiiffifgveg
f J J.: Q ' - '-rwf+.:t. L f
- 'R . V. xP?',,?fg:f
.Q 'V iffif x gqrw -1
' 1 .
,ww ,, ,X Q. , .
:EL.QI:.fQ7?fff,i5:'iEij..,., . ,.. ...W .. . . . . , , ,,-
GIRLS FRESHMAN TENNIS TEAM-FRONT ROW: Rosie Black, Betty Wagoner, Jean Thompson, Sandy Boone. SECOND ROW-GIRLS
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM: Miss Catherine Wilkinson, Beverly Gibbs, Evelyn Barody, Ann Mitchell, Gayle Radcliffe, Ida Hocken, Barbara Miller.
FRONT ROW: Tim Sexton, Duff Lawrence, Andy Thompson. SECOND ROW: Coach Norman Heap, Graham Smith, Rick Whipple, Brian
GAA ALL-STARS-FRONT ROW: Sharon Love, Janice
Cox, JoAnn Lubonovick, Jo Wilson, Edith Taylor, Carol
Sue Kellum. SECOND ROW: Joanne Carver, Gail
Daugherty, Jeanette Aldridge, Jacqueline Fawcett, Nancy
GAA SOPHOMORE JUNIOR SENIOR GROUP FRONT ROW Joy Yantes, Nancy Hill, Jo Wilson, June Bonesteel, Janice Cox
ld d SECOND ROW Janice Emery Estelle Lewis Sharon Love Yolanda Valenzuela, Sally Seimatewa, Dee Hadden
Jeanette A ru ge ,
THIRD ROW Carol Sue Kellum Glenda Muller Nancy Holzner Wilma Leafey, Roberta Jenkins, Edith Taylor. FOURTH ROW
N K' k t ' k Jac ueline Fawcett.
JoAnn Beyer JoAnn Lubonovlck Jean Calvert Mary Ann Emmons ancy If pa rnc , q
. fi K M O 4
4, 'S X
A, 1 M X
' I , . Alll S asv ' . :'
L, 1 1 - , gy -X1-Y' -- V V W fl aw W 1 .. ' L
Q-fa? , ix,
in M A QV
la KS? W f awwwrrxliszflw-'?"1lf??cf' A Y X SLA-xfilriafki
A R 1 ig A .F,,gX.vfxL.,4., ,.,,,,4 4 1,5,,,5,LVg .- Q, , X, V, L ,Nifty g,,3.,.f5,, QQ YQ wa.
3 It X NVQ .A W Y M , Avi mf A M5153-Qflfs. 11 fi . AML -A
.. - ,,., gc-H' ., fl Y V721 f ' kiwi A Qi' X Vx 1' Nfl 'r-Wifi? SWF K Q
.- A VA A J
--" N a A y A r 4 f
' :: ,::,: ...,4 ,,mfYQg, m,h I M .mg ff ,gfbfgy , .7 N-Q G 'M . , Al- - 'gg' - W -K - 5 5313-111 ,gl 'X 5 ,Rv
CHEERLEADERS-FRONT ROW: Pat Futrell, Toni Johnson, Marjorie Liem,
Barbara Bouvea, Nancy Edge, Lois Drage, Mary Scott, Carolyn Martini.
LEADERS-CENTER, CHEERLEADER CAPTAIN Lois
Drage. CO-CAPTAINS OF POM POM GIRLS, Roselle
Beck, and Mary Lou Arnold.
Virginia McFarland, Karen Webb. SECOND ROW:
T .af i 'll
. I, ,. to K
Xi Q X 'I , if
POM PON GIRLS-FRONT ROW: Elaine Showell, Catherine Hogg, Evonne Jones, Cheryl Thieben, Sandra Mason. SECOND ROW:
Jacque Semon, Mary Gilman, Roselle Beck, Carole Thomas, .lo Anl Robert, Sharon Mickle, Patty Bell.
HERE COMES THE TEAM, as Jerry Robinson comes out on the field
the Pom Pon girls in the background.
3 L, f
VARSITY WRESTLING-FIRST ROW: James Bratcher, Ted Olson, Ken Patterson, Ed Clark, Harry Hodil, George Yue, Cloyce Clark, Ed Yue,
Tom Harris. SECOND ROW: Coach W. R. Caldwell, James Kepner, Don Cooley, Gary Godbold, Richards Boich, Dave Furnish, Jim Lines, Silvester
Modesti, Jim Tharp, Ron James, Ken Bottom.
WRESTLERS IN ACTION-Coach Ken Bottom watches.
Congratulations Class of '55
WE NOW HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST MODERN
STUDIOS IN THE WEST
,.,,,,,,,,' . , .
Shown admiring a picture of lim Waldron is Marilyn Citron at len Dike Studio.
25 E. Washington Street Phone AL 3-4313
EN DIKE S TUD10
C G M P L I M E N T S .
TT SPORTING- Best
4820 N. 7th Street
2810 N. 16th St. Phoenix
W U , ,tf 4..,:1 .t-' f , .. E,
Aanlcuuunu um surf-:gsm Hmmm YUUR
it "'ffI 12225212212izisiiiaisisisisieii .... 2 1 Pu , Y' 'Ill Aliz E if , if? bznibzq A .. . 1
'iw '2'f':A '1'2'RQtfft tetr. ,.'.. ,.::t...tf'f1f'
A "t1-1-a 2 12' 1 gz. '. 2335151 ::1ff TA' xg' A
i If 'W t tt B ANK
, , . xl 5 x 5 Rf
H . 3 'f " ' f X
lm- J N.: 9 e r ,.4 ll
friffw - ARlzoNA's smfwlof BANK - 36 coNvENlENT OFFICES
Class of 1955
I I I. R. QUINN. PRODUCE
2507 North Central 9 Ph i'
Suppliers of Your School's
G B 1 1 d 'r 1. ALpine 3-4472 Produce
Foxworth-Mc Calla 10014 Holsum
Lumber and Building
1400 w. Ieiferson Suppliers Of Your
AL 4-8411 School Bread
Tv I I
LEO'S Zfy 6101! 0 0.
20 North Robson
In Phoenix 125-127 E. Ieiierson
1135 East McDowell
VOTE: This word was displayed all over campus to build up votes for the Student Body
elections. Members of the Executive Committee served as poll conductors.
just 75 years ago, an enterprising young man
named Tom Edison invented the lirst practical incan-
.luoent lamp. His fragile glass bulb lcd ro harnessed
lectric power . . , the foundation of America's
For young Tom Edison, and for millions of
American youths before and since his rimc,
opportunity awaited in our free enterprise system.
Opportunity vain fo you also Success u umply l
matter of personal application perseverance and
faith in our American way
. r ' . .
- . I . l , '
y J c Service
From Arizona's Most
Complete Department Store
Adams at Second St.
Phone AL 8-6211
PEEK A BOO: A popular fad at school this year were the pantalets as modeled by the three girls above. To the right is Bill Miller,
famous track star, giving all students at North a talk on Sportsmalship as applied to everything in daily living.
0 Seven Stores
Z0 To Serve You
ob 0 cl 0
Ll vary Bm mg
binders Wl1GT9V9f you are in Central Arizona you'1l find a
Stapley store nearby, stocked with practically every-
Of Your School annual thing you need for the home and farm.
The CLASS of 1955 ffl:-'Est .fmpu-'Y compau
Phoenix - Glendale - Mesa
Chcmdler - Buckeye - Coolidge
Hoofbeczts 1955 Casa Grande
Best Friend t
HERE, EVERYBODY Is B50NI Bovv'
v5 '! PEA
gf ! I .,
af" HEAD OFFICE PHOENIX
. 9 BRANCHES IN MOST BUSINESS CENTERS
1 f MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT S C CORPORATION
"E, f L wnwwcrou uucowo sum
f ,fs YQ' I - Xu CQ: it vp,
L - Q vm-m
We Wish to extend Meet Mr. Spudnutl
our BEST WISI-IES to
the CLASS of 1955
I . ,-N
' I In I
S E RV I C E I N C. -
Webb's Ice Cream
Phone AL 3-1144 14 North 14th Street
Phoenix, Arizona 2509 N. Central
Congratulations Remember -
to the Clgss All through your life-
f 1955 A Clean Car Says
O The Nicest Things
Specializing in Better C I1
613 N. Central Ave.
opposite Hotel Westward Ho AL 4-7173 Central 'md Indian SC11001
Publishers of Prize
Winning High School and College
0 "MUSTANG ROUNDUP" - NORTH HIGH
I "Coyote Iournal" - P.U.H.'S.
I "Bear Tracks" - Phoenix College
0 "SL Mary's Knights" - St. Marys
0 "The Hornet" - Phoenix Tech.
The Phoenix Sun
SENIOR TALENT: Shown above are two acts from the Junior-Senior Talent assembly. Bob
Lewis, an Hawaiian boy here at North for a year, is doing the authentic Hawaiian hulu and
Deanna Heizer is doing a popular vocal number.
Prescriptions - Sundries - Fountain
2315 N. 24th Street - BRidge 5-5212
tFood King Shopping Centerl
"THE WEST'S MOST WESTERN STORE'
PHOENIX SCOTTSDALE TUCSON
M A R S T O
Complete Line of
School Supplies cmd
Office Supplies - Equipment
324 N. Central AL 4-5551
Barq's Bottling Co.
And Best Wishes
to the Entire
North Phoenix I-liqh
Home of the NORTH HIGH
Zombie PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION
Member World's Largest
Termite Control Organization
ARIZONA OUTDOOR FURNITURE
Your Complete Patio
Phoenix ALpine 2-2962
Company A Complete Shopping Center
Central Frozen Food Lockers
5235 N. 7th Street AM 5-4135 AM 5-4759
1602 East Thomas Phoenix- 553053
Uhe Studio with .Know-J-low. . .
"Helen" of Ion Dike's is shown taking a picture oi Iunior Anita Ruthling, HOOP BEATS Advertising Manager.
25 E. Washington Street Phone AL 3-4313
EN DIKE STUDIO
ACME BLUE PRINT
Bisbee DOUQMS fs PHOTO-CRAFT co.
517 North First St. AI. 3-9504
O O ,
ARIZONA'S OLDEST 6. LARGEST
ACCORDION 6. GUITAR STUDIOS
ag N is
15 N. Second Ave. Branch Studio
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation suspliigzgiglsg-gggand'
Hugh Doss. PBSW Floor Salesman. show Mervin Kolb and Marilyn Citron around the new
PBSW "Serve-your-self" School and Office Supply Departments. Here they take a moment's
rest in today's modern office suite.
SEEN s D A Equipment
-me-'f x J . . .
y PETERS- 0tt?,EfgEf?ZWIST Business Machmes
530 W. Washington Phoenix Phone RI. 8-6661
LITTLE MATCH GIRL: This production was given by the Modern Dance group during December. At RIGHT are the two soldier dolls
doing a dance, middle shows the beautiful' Christmas tree as made by the girls standing on different levels holding flashlights in
their hands, and RIGHT is the angel come to take the little match girl to heaven with her.
Cor1qratu1ations to the Class of 1955
CLEANERS, TAILORS 6: LAUNDRY HARPERS NURSERY
AND FLOWER SHOP
1701 East Thomas Road
AM 5-0453 B324 North 7th Street Phone AM 5-2214
the C1ass of 1955
Indian Arts and Crafts
DRUG STORES WHitney 5-5432 Scottsdale
Congratulations and A11 Good Wishes
Class of 1955
A. L. MOORE 6 SONS
"The Corner With the Garden"
Adams 6 Fourth Avenue
If ff ' 4 K A u w 1
5 '1-.A I
q "Your hometown grocer since IQI7'
LIGHTS AND MUSIC: Here is the light crew in action during one of North High's many assemblies. At right are student t h g
Dave Kaun's band as they played for the Cotton Pickin Ball.
, , COMPLIMENTS
, I ,W The Light Refreshment
E A y Refreshes A. J. BAYLESS
601 EAST ADAMS
0 BINDING 0 ENGRAVING
O PRINTING O RULING
PRINTERS OF HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE ANNUALS
A.B.C. Club ....A...... ..,..... 1 36
A Cappella Choir ..,.... .126
Administration ....... 6-25
Activities ...................... 38-59
Advertisements ....,..... 172-185
Aggie Club ...,.................... 147
Art Club .......,.................. 133
Athletic Assn. Board ........ 35
Athletics .................... 148-170
Assistant Principals ........., 9
Band ..... ............. 1 22, 123
Baseball .......... ...... 1 59, 160
Basketball ................ 157, 158
Board of Education ...A........ 8
Book Club ..........
Bookstore Boa rd ........
Boys' Alliance .......
Boys' Glee Club .......,........ 127
Cafeteria Board ,....
Cafeteria Staff .......
Campus Views .......
Cheerleaders .................... 168
Christmas Scenes ...,..,... 25, 50
Civil Air Patrol ................ 147
Classes ........,............... 60-1 19
Coin Club .,......, ........... 1 33
Custodians ....... ...,.... 2 1
Dedication Page ........,..... .. 4
Executive Committee .....,.. 30
Faculty ...... .......,..,...,.,.. 8 -25
F.B.L.A, .........,.,....,........... 133
Football ........,... 152, 153, 154
French Club ..........,........... 137
Freshman Officers ......,..... 1 12
F.T.A. ...... .
G. A. A. ................. ....... .
Girls' Glee Club ..... ........
Girls' League ......
Golf Team .......
Health Committee ............
Hi-Y Clubs ...,.... 128, 129,
Honor Court ...........,,.,,....,,
Hoofbeats Staff ........ 138,
Junior Council ....... ......,.
Junior Officers ...........,,.,...
Juniors ........,..........,,,., 91-
Key Club ............
Legio Honoris ....... ...,,,,,
Letterman's Club .....
Madrigal Singers ....,......,,,
Office Assistants ..............
Orchestra ......,........... 124,
Pep Club ......... ............,. 1 45
Physics Club .........
Pom Pon Girls .......
Quill and Scroll .....
R. O. T. C. ......... .
Roundup Staff .....,....
Sadie Hawkins Day ........ 53, 54
Salad Bowl Princess
Senior Officers .......,.......... 62
Contest .............. 87, 88, 89
Seniors .......,...............,.. 63-86
Service Organization ........ 32
Social Committee ...,..
Sophomores ................ 105-1 1 1
Stadium Club .................... 137
Student Body Officers ...... 28
Student Council ..........,. 29, 55
Superintendent .............,.. 8
Table of Contents ........,... 5
Tri-Hi-Y Clubs .......... 131,132
Tennis Club ...., .............. 1 44
Track ........................ 162, 163
White Caps ........ ,....., 1 44
dj pw M
iffy Wflff WM
EW wUAwE M
WNY, M 'D My ff
M Zfi 54,
V4 4fy7?141wQL . ffl
4Qf 124 f
I .X 1
1404" AL mm
WW 1M"'fw '
Lg Awww if N
- 539' 79
-5' QT 7+
.1 -'haf ,-H
F ,, 5f?1".'7'
h .QI 5
xii. ig' -'
I V f
J 5 ,mg K
4' 'ij .,,
H4 11-:L x
.Zia , -asf"
nt., .I n
1. I ,
5' i 1
" -X ..
.152--Q ' f,
'14 i V,
7" ,4 5. .I N
rib'-Y- I' Jw
1- '1- Aj" 1, -
ff- .. -
. ,A -gf-5 - -x:
, , :Q1-uf,-' -
V -' 15, ' , if - N"
Q55-ggf' xr S5
, -1. "' '
V, ,,. f.,
Suggestions in the North Phoenix High School - Hoofbeats Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.