North Phoenix High School - Hoofbeats Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

 - Class of 1960

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Corn is essential in the life of the Indians, for it is one of their staple foods. The drawing of the cloud symbolizes rain, which is important to the desert- dwelling lndian, who depends on rain to produce his food. The symbol of the sun is also important to the Indian as a source of nourishment for the crops on which his livelihood depends. Health, wealth, and happi- ness-not only is that the wish expressed in the cover design, but it is also our wish to you for the years to come. May you succeed in lite and achieve everything you undertake. N A I ILX xkLl NN xl L ,.fI J X. The native lndIans of the Southwest have had considerable Influence on the life of this area They have Introduced many of the unusual foods of the South west they have Influenced the archi tectural style widely used In public buildings and homes and they have ful art Including the distinctively de signed Iewelry rugs and textiles which are admired throughout the world for their craftsmanship Many Indian words Including the names of cities rivers and even the states themselves have become rooted In the regional vo cabulary Indian religious festivals and gatherings or pow wows play a large part In attracting the tourist trade which IS so vital to the economic life of the Southwest Almost as Important to the tourist trade are the trading posts which sell Indian style souve Thus as the Indians of the Southwest play so large a part In the lives of all of us IH Phoenix and Arizona the theme of Indian art sandpaIntIngs IH partIcu lar IS especially appropriate for the l96O l-loofbeats I. I . .1 - . , . , . ,, . I . ,, . . 1 - 1 originated unique music and a beauti- nirs, clothing, and jewelry. . 1- . . T l I - 1 1 ' ' I ' ' ' ' y . 4 . ' 1 I H I I Our auditorium is the hub ot many activities at North l-ligh. Here many assemblies are held each year. Among these are pep assemblies, which are en- joyed by all students and which promote the high spirit so necessary to the win- ning ot the sporting events. Science assemblies, honor assemblies, talent and holiday assemblies,are also among the many held in the auditorium. Plays, concerts, and civic functions ot many kinds also are held there, In use day and night, our auditorium is perhaps the most important building on the campus. Auoito iuuu PHOENIX HIGH SCHOO W W4 North High, often called an "honor school of the West", has indeed pro- duced many distinguished graduates. As proof of this, a study which has fol- lowed the Westinghouse Talent Search winners and thirty-four honorable men- tions, has shown that one of the group was awarded a PhD at Baylor, one a PhD at Stanford, and two PhDs at UCLA. Two of the winners received MDs, one at Stanford and one at the University of Mexico. Six other win- ners are on the teaching staffs of Bay- lor, California Institute of Technology, Harvard, Stanford, UCLA, and Welle- sley. One of the Westinghouse winners is now a research chemist with the Atomic Energy Commission and another was recipient of a grant from Rockefeller Institute at UCLA and is working at the present time with two Nobel Prize win- ners. Numbered among the other gradu- ates of North High are a number now engaged in many professional activi- ties. Among these are seven MDs now practicing in Phoenix, eleven MDs in practice elsewhere, four dentists five engineers and scientists, and five law- yers. One North High graduate, now an engineering graduate of Massachu- setts Institute of Technology, is work- ing for her doctorate at MIT, Two PhDs are currently teaching chemistry, one at the University of Arizona and one at the University of Utah. One North High graduate is now a research chem- ist with General Electric. Another grad- uated with honors from Barnard and received a fellowship in literature and drama at Cambridge University in Eng- land. As another graduating class leaves North High this year, they leave behind them an admirable record of scholastic achievement, of athletic excellence, of achievements in art, music, and in drama, and of a student government program which has done much for the betterment of the school. Yet, they have a responsibility in that they must up- hold the excellent record which past North High graduates have made for themselves in the world. 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L ltlukk ff , ,, ,N f',?f 1 "rf ,nr 111 ,gf V aff in .fm X' , i -P Toiole of Contents Introduction Foculty Academic Student Government Clubs ond Orgonizotnons Sports Closses Advertising Senior Activities Senior Index poge i poge I2 poge 30 poge 50 poge 62 poge poge poge poge 4 poge Activities ueuuuuuuuuuuuue.u,. u.u,......,.,...uuieu,euuuue,,u, p oge TOO ' ' 2 2 uuuuu,u up uuuuuuuuu uuuuuuuuuuuuu,u, , .4 .2 228 ' ' ' ' ..,.uuui. uuuu uu.uuuuuu . 2 up .2 2 3 ' ,uuuuuuuuuuuuu uuuuu,uuu u.uuuuu.u..u. uu...uuuu 2 5 3 l --S IQ L FACULTY Dr TrevorG Browne Mr Bruce K Moore Mrs F A Bans Rev Wnlluam D Bastrom Frank Haze Burch Mr EImaG Gerber Dr CharIesS Purtyman Jr Board at Educatlan Bored at education? not ln the least' The hardworking people wha make up the Board at Education can slder thelrs a very lmpartant lab To this capable group falls the task at run nnng our hugh school system as smooth ly and ettlcuently as passable Contrary ta popular apnnlan educa tzan really ns a prnvllege lt we want ta keep thus prlvllege we must manntazn the hnghest standards passable The members at the Board are daung theur best In uphaldang these standards and nt IS truly appreciated Haf- M I 'Q Mr Burton takes tlme out durnng a busy day to pose far a Hoofbeats photographer I I - V i Y - I I I . . . . . I I TTTW ' 55476 - ,Ff5L:g:At. Q l ' any-ff:-My - 99554 ' V' uf- Y. fl" W , 4 9 t 'A mir f 1 ie ml" K A 4351911 . 757' I I 1 ,UI eww Ln -55" 'r'- . . . . . , , ggi-fy A ' V QNX , if t ' 5 . , . Mr, W .h ,. -11 B arm Q "L -., 5 W., , H, ,M . . . . , . Administration Cardon, Stanley P, Fitzgerald, Lynn W. Hamm, Orville E. McCormick Miss Vera Roche WilliamD Mr CharIesM Burton Today when there is a great empha sus on education the work of admin: strators is becoming increasingly com plex The task of keeping our schools up to the top national standards is quite difficult These administrators must fix our curriculum to agree with the na Principal tional ideas they must also fix it to meet every student s individual needs Most of the students will agree that the administrative staff of North High has done a fine lob of keeping our stand ards up to that hugh level that is set for them Adminastratuve Council First row Miss Winona Montgomery Mr Charles Burton M1ssVera McCormick Mr Orville Hamm Mr Stanley Cordon Mr Lynn Fitzgerald Second row Mr William D Roche Miss Gretchen Bock Miss Ruth Adams Mr Bert Belluzzn Mr Robert Cognac and Mr Steve Cheranlch ..L., Brown C A chemlstry Dept chanrman Science North Hnghs science program IS wudely acclaimed as one of the flnest nn the entire natnon Headed thus year by Mr C A Brown the department has had more winners ID the national Westnnghouse program than any other liberal arts school In America Thus record IS excelled only by certain tech nncal hugh schools In l959 Mr Frank Gullelands physics classes recelved a pnece of solar equnpment for being one ofthe outstandlng classes nn the Unlted States Courses from forestry to physics are avanlable Gnlleland Frank Hall HenryG pt A .Q 3 physics buology WHAT KNOW Huey MISSC lNlICl'1OlS l F blology fOreSfI'y general scnence '59 Stoncff Robert Thomas Jomes Biology students look on as Mlss Carolyn Huey passes biology Chemistry out laboratory specumens for analysus and study biology Mathematics A solld background of math IS one of the Important thungs necessary for a prospective college student Most col Ieges and unnversntues now requnre a munnmum of two years of math other than general mathematucs for entrance North Hugh offers a varlety of these courses lncludnng basnc math fnrst and second year algebra geometry solnd geometry and trngonometry Headnng thus department as Mr Herbert Drunk water who also funds time to sponsor the Math Club jd Anderson Mr H Drnnkwater Mr H geometry basnc math algebra Dept Chacrman P-- Mr Herbert Drlnkwater works an algebra problem on the board for the benefit of has students 'owl 'fi "' suv! Folger Mr C general math algebra X IR Gllleland Mr Frank l'lC1Wl4 ArthurM algebra geometry algebra l Horne Mr James Inman Mr TE Kesler Mr O W Nncolay Mr Ray Schmndt Mr H general math solid geometry geometry geometry geometry algebra trugonometry algebra algebra algebra 5 , l l ' l 1 t l . . . I . D g 1 1 l .I I - ' ' U l, X A if s x KE Ju 'A ' Y ,, , A f ' 'A I " 4':.-- fr A H as 'clrt s We-X , . . 'D , . . , . .B. ' , . , . X ,,, 2 '. 9' 1' yt 1, X x t' yy K 1 . ' , . . . , . . . I , . I , . . '19 Bock, Miss G. Cooper, Thomas Senior Literature English Sr. class X-I 199' Courter, Gene W. Cox, Miss Marian Speech Engl ish English class -I --919' Gathings, Miss M. Hamilton, Miss B. English English C.. f2:..l..I I ---,,, Hoffman, W. J. Jocks, Miss M. E. English English Sr. class sponsor Dept. chairman JXKU English Of all the courses offered at North High, English is probably one of the most important to the individual stu- Being able to speak and write dent. one's own language is an invaluable help in whatever a person might choose to do when he finishes school. English courses include drama, speech, publi- cations Cnewspaper or yearbook, and regular English. This year English 5-6 was made compulsory and the course was changed from English literature to American literature. Although English 7-8 was not made compulsory, most of the Seniors took it. The department is headed by Miss Mildred Jacks. V XSVQVCLX Q C' Phyllis Weeks, left, and Margaret Harrell, right, discuss their English assignments with Miss Bartelle Hamilton. Q-M- '7' .l i?-'if' 15 publications A .4-up ,, ,Mel Kasold, Robert T. Kass, Emil L, journalism reading 123'-2 Zxxf' x55 Esther MCC-Simsey gets some helpful hints from Mr. Courter on the merits of a good speech. Miller, MVS, M. Miller, R. B. English English publications -A English English Morgan, Miss H. Phillips, Miss S. HA nog. Plaisted, Miss G. English 4- ' it A Q 'R es i , i ii V fi ,inf fl E I .. I a i A E f ,. ' l ' Wagner, Carl H. Weiser, Melvin West, George W. English English Key Club Frosh. closs Drama English ew! Guidance K' Brown Mrs Jean Cordon Mr S P Carper MussE Roche Mr L D West HarryE counselor counselor counselor counselor counselor Crusader Hu Y Dept chaurman Kungs Club Under the durectuon of Mr Roche North Hugh s Foreugn Language De the members ot the Guudance Depart DOFUYIGHT hSGClGCl by MI' Chel'ClI'1ICl'1 ment gre domg fl-leur very best to under guves uts students a basuc knowledge un stand and solve the problems of theur the language they choose Courses In counselees Thus department also helps l-Ulm 5PC""'SlW end F"e"lCl'1 Ore Offered un regusuretuen and oruentatuon end We get to understend our neughbers es pounus our the way to e useful future we leern theur lenguege un the lute ot the student Foreugn Language Carey James E Cheranuch Mr Steve Mrs Mary Grobe helps Joan Walters and Tum Rutoch to Spanush Spanush conjugate some verbs un French Dept chaurman 4' ivy' In F5 ,, 3' saw omez MussM Grobe Mrs Mary Howatt Mussl Marruott Mrs M Morgan Mr P Spanush French Spanush Latun Spgnush Soph Gurls League Sugma Phu Gamma Leguo l-lonorus , . , . . . , . , . . . , . . . 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Adams Mass Ruth M Amerncan government Natuonol Honor Socnet Brudgewater Ruchard Cary DougIasV Amerlcan hustory econom Y Montgomery Mnss Weber Mrs Caroline B American hlstory WOI'ld l'TlSf0fY Dept chaerman Ice Skatung Club You may not go around the world nn eighty days but If you take one of the many courses offered by our Socual Studnes department you wall have a much better understanding of our world To know a country s history ns to know nts people You learn about nts past present and get a good Idea of what Its future wall be like Q Cognac Robert E Hylnk Lawrence Jr world hlstory Amerucan hlstory class W Koerner John McKunney Joseph L American hnstory becomes more anterestnng wnth Mr world history Ameracan government Lawrence Hynnk explannlng the dates ond places of the past Deaver Muss Elsue H Daou Muss Isabel general busuness general busuness shorthand typung ,eh 3- Fuelds Muss Chloe Kung Mr Harley typung offuce traunung lab F B L A Munger Muss lsadore Palmer Mr Edward bookkeepung offuce traunung lab transcruptuon Dept chaurman Starr Muss Jean S Whute Muss Ruth W busuness machunes Busuness Englush Busuness Students who wush to enter the busu ness world are prepared for theur fueld through the courses offered un busuness educatuon Thus department also funds job opportunutues for those students wushung pa rt tume work Typung and shorthand are some of the courses whuch wull be o benefut to anyone unter ested un col lege A student may advance from a beginning un general busuness to the many other courses thus gaunung a valuable background un busuness and clerucal skulls 7 TYDWWQ TYDIHQ Mr Harley Kung watches Sue Brunk and Sharon Puerce work theur machunes un hus busuness machunes class . 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X Y is V... 1' ' ,Q as V Allen Mrs Auleen Horton Mrs June human relations chuld gundance Industrial Arts Teenagers of today are homemakers and husbands of tomorrow North Hughs Homemaklng and lndustrlal Arts departments do thenr best to pre pare our students for these Important jobs Chuld Guidance Human Relations and Arts and Crafts are just a few of the many courses made avallable Mnss Norma Sayer heads the l-lomemaknng department and Mr Bert Belluzzn us the head of the Industrial Arts departmnet Students may progress from a broad base ot general shop or begunnnng homemaklng to a more specuallzed study accordnng to thenr unterests Belluzzl Bert Chard LawrenceA auto Shop mechanical drawlng Dept chalrman Pflrlf shop vii .....-4 k Edwards Sylvester Schade Fred K Bowling Club FHA Sayer Mass Norma Vlse Mrs Peggy Mrs June Horton seems to be glvlng Judy Hlcks some begunnung homemakxng human relations worthwhile advice on the art of dressmaklng Dept chalrman I 45 ,, . l . . I Q I X N D . . . 1 y ' ,J I G In Q crafts I machinle shop N! -C F f ..fQ'fS'..- n.,1f,f XS A W MW SING!! I Allied fixrts Craig Charles C band Denton Ben R Enloe Miss Mary Ann ACapella Girls Glee Club Dept chairman Tri Lytz Tri Hi Y bit Macon Mrs Martha H Williams Harold R ar photography Phy Tyo Y Teens Photo Club Safety Educahon Mr Charles Craig leads the dance band during the minutes between assemblies lt looks like a lot of fun Mr Denton heads the Allied Arts Department where students get the chance to develop creative abilities Art music band and photography are some courses offered Each year countless lives are lost due to carelessness The Safety Education department emphasizes the need for safety at home school on highways and everywhere 4'2" Anderson Henry M. Fowler Ted A. McDermott William H. Pace.l. Donald driver training driver training safety education driver education Viking Hi-Y J. V. Basketball Dept. chairman Physucal Educatuon in Caldwell W R Clark Emsy Hardt Ruchard Wolfe VernonR boys P E boys P E boys P E boys P E Dept Chaurman LancerH u Y Mulutary Traunung Breneman MussR Phelps Mrs B Wulkunson MussC Pettengull SFCE gurs P E pom pon cheerleaders gurls P E mulutary traunung GAA Dept Chaurmon Tennus Club ROTC Sherri Colvin helps Mrs. Bettse Phelps take roll during one of her PE. classes. A lot of emphasus has been placed on your futness North Hugh s P E De partment offers a varuety of sports for all students Coach Caldwell heads the boys department whule Mrs Phelps durects the gurls actuvutues North has produced three natuonal champuons and us contunuung to mauntaun the same hugh standards whuch produced them Sergeant Pettengull durects our R O TC program Thus program helps de velop young men s leadershup and mulu tary abulutues Holluman Mrs R Pothoff MussL Home Counselor School Nurse Whute Caps Mrs Martha Babcock us un charge of gurls athletuc equupment and us al ways there to guve a helpung hand when ever necessary Mrs Carter us the accompanust for the Gurls P E Department You wull fund her at the puano whenever the gurls are doung exercuses or folk doncung These workers are necessary to the P E Department Clark A B Draper Fred study hall prouectuoru Mrs. Ruth Holliman, the Home Coun- selor, helps welcome new students and helps with any problems the students have at home. Muss Lydua Pothoff holds the posu tuon of school nurse She not only cares for students that have become suck at school but also helps regulate health polucues of the school She also attends and helps to sponsor health clunucs dur ung the year some clean towels fresh from the laundry Mr Draper heads the Prouectuon de partment Hus many student assustants show all of the fulms at North lt has been saud that one pucture us worth a thousand words and thus department helps to prove thus true Mr Clark who prevuously taught bu ology has now been transferred to su pervusung fuve peruods of study halls Mrs. Martha Babcock and Mrs. Mary Carter check Services Mr Lon Snmmons known to most of us as Jungle Jnm as ln charge ofthe parking lots At noon he also checks lunch passes To make the most of our educatnon our school has a well equapped lnbrary Mrs Rowan head lubaruan us ably as susted by Mass Lembke Mrs Matthews and the student assistants that work there part tame To the bookstore belongs the job of nssuung all the supplies that the stu dents may need Mr Brockett as sn charge and hns helpers are Mrs Leed ham and Mrs Maxwell A+. Mr Lon Snmmons checks the lunch passes of Laura Lee Beckman and Pam Loper jr' f-44 Mrs Maxwell seems to be very pleased as she hands over the Bookstore s receipts to Mr Brockett Looking over one of the many books In our lnbrary are left to rught Mrs Karam, Mass Rowan, Mrs Matthews ' . 1 ,, "' , V i , 'll - llc - l l Il 1 l U ' If I ' , N 1 ' 1 ' - I Ap- Y qu" I.. 4 nl , . . . I - 'x s . W I Jai: , as M x an I '. X 6 cf, X -1 o 1 Services N W4 P -4 4. I Cafeteria workers Front row Thelma Hofman Dorothy Hayenga Naomi Stephens Emma K Evans Mary Stucker Dorothy Bales Maggie Newkirk Pearl Hetland Second row Phyllis Harper Edith Taylor Allene Doak Ethel Lockwood Marie Fischer lda Williams lva Duncan Barbara Kimbley Clem entna Todesco Margaret Kimmel Last row Martin Leidinger Dick Field house Victor Rench Mrs Ida Williams IS in charge of all the cafeteria workers There are many assistants and each one is working to do his job as well as he can The food is prepared and kept fresh in a clean kitchen i ' F W , M. - i Mr Joe Hudson is the foreman of the maintenance department His face is familiar to most students and so are the faces of many of his assistants This department works night and day to see that our school is kept in top condition A KV' North High's maintenance workers are: First row: Emil Killian, Edgar Shaffer, Joe Hudson, foreman, Arthur Tompkins, John Allmendinger. Back row: James Elliott, James Cox, Verlin White, Miles Chaput, John Ward, and Magnus Rustad. Secretarues f' - ll Mrs Anderson and Muss Coburn keep Mrs Townsend Mrs Hurst and Mrs Buehman take busy as secretarues un Mr Burton s offuce tume from theur work to have theur pucture taken Muss Coburn works as secretary un the pruncupal s offuce whule Mrs Ander son keeps busy workung at the swutch board Workung un the Guudance offuce us Mrs Dorothy Hurst Thus offuce helps un counselung and makes up the honor ro Mrs Townsend works un the Actuvu tues offuce lt us un charge of student duscuplune The Regustratuon offuce us un charge of regustratuon and keeps attendance records Mrs Jane Buehman works un Muss McCormuck s offuce whuch us un charge of the bulletun and all of the gurls prob ems We owe a lot of thanks to these of fuces for they do many valuable ser vuces Peekung out from the regustratuon offuce wundows are left to rught Mrs Donna Brown Mrs Helen Smuth, Mrs Mary Wulson, and Mrs Dorothy Catanzaro I ' ' I . . n g X Q M. 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V Q Whule workun on her sensor research a er Charlene Q D D Krlpner uses the card catalogue North Hugh s Englnsh classes Include Englush lsterature Amerscan lsterature Business English grammar and com posutlon Thus when a student gradu ates he has both cultural and practical knowledge of thls language Grammar and literature along wrth book reports are stressed IH freshman English classes Jullus Caesar along wnth other plays ns read an sophomore English Sophomores study grammar too Juniors study American luterature Included In this are the works ot What man Poe and Steinbeck Sensors ana Iyze famous novels such as The Robe Cimarron and How Green Was My Valley For the student plannnng to enter the tueld ot business a great deal can be learned ln a business Englnsh class English Charlotte Sydbom translates a French sentence for Darryl La Polnte I' Studylng Engllsh llterature are Dehnls Zohner Eddle Shattu Jack Ewald and Vernon West V T S Q' T' t X ' I f E g, , ,V ' ,,..-v-Q:-2 ' 1, , l ge X, k " gli Q f E ni 1 . , . . 1 1 1 1 ' H I - ll I I . . A ' 1 1 f ' 1 A lk' - Y ax., . . . ,wx Y, 'Q .W gg ' A lr' R1 - w, . . "' H, , ' . - " I V i 1 ,WI n M . 1 ,,,...,+- , I Q ' . . , I . I f , . . . f I Enjoying the English are Mlldred Fullwoocl Janet Dune Robert Clark Larry Casteel Norman Kellogg Jum Ingram Carol Knnnamon and Jean Gameros Classroom Achvlhes HW Mlke Recnnos descrubes Guatemalan lewelry to Barbara Mel Abert performs an speech class Wnlllams and Pat Proctor Dnana Moorman prepares breakfast Pro ctlcal Arts Beginning homemakung Involves learnnng a great varlety of skulls for example modeling grooming and ba ssc sewung and cooking skulls Gnrls say that they are surprnsed at what they can do They develop a lnkung tor sew :ng and home expernences A sense ot achnevement IS also acquired There are also advanced homemakung classes Tom Berray and Jnmmy Peloso work out a detanled plan In technncal drawmg class 'Er If f Q Carol Knnnamon pours as Elaine Dohlman sturs 5, fl , , I -X f K r 7 . g l 4 , . My pf me K bv. K lffffpxflly - lf. F O O O t x 'Q Q , 1 1 - 1 . 2 v A A Q 4 . . r ' I ' .' I ' ' ' VK V . I V x 4 Awww! . ' . t 54 1 y -M g . . -. U A y A 5- 54, 5 Terry Day explauns to Kent Delpuer whale Harold Coats works out a pattern Arts and Crafts Students enjoy technical drawing and arts and crafts classes ln these class es they learn baslc prnnclples ot draw :ng scale modelnng copper enamelung and textnle prlntung Many of these skulls can be used both now and later Ted Basko tools a design nn has arts and crafts class Marilyn Muller stencnls a desugn cn a piece ot silk I t. WM 4 V vlgf ,W .X I I Evelyn Sodermon works out o budget an economucs ...wwwrl .Z lnternotuonol relotnons students keep up with current events Jeon Zuehlke ond Koren Snmrnons ore reodung o recent newspaper Charlotte Sydbom o toreugn exchonge stu dent tolks to her parents In Sweden Soclol Studies people ond ploces an the post ond pres ent ln our modern lute thus as very nm portont for to moke use of experience we need to know post mnstokes Annerucon government ond econom :cs Amerucon history nnternotnonol re lotnons ond world hnstory ore oll de sngned to moke us better cntuzens is f g 1 5 g 0 Q J 'Q lf' -W f"'ff', vw, X WLVA , M HA . . l ' ,aff 1 1 5 r s Soclol studies Involves leornnng obout f , 3, xt 3 I . - A W 3-gl' ' . . . . 1 ' ll 1 1 ' . 1 . i . . f . . - . I . . - Alt, 9:45, as xr Sally Neely works out ap roblem In algebra class ,i ,i Math Every student must take two years of math nn order to graduate He has a choice of general math busrness math algebra plann geometry solnd geome try or trlgonornetry These courses are becoming more nmportant as college entrance requlrements go up There IS an ever lncreasung demand for gradu ates who are Interested In entering the tneld of mathematics 41 5 ff 1454 J.: Working with a transut are Alex Levnn, Rvley Sander, and Dale Parker Mr lnman, trngonometry teacher, looks on 'G' ' . 1, ., . ' 'f , -, ...- f "' '-kv, I -1' "' f , 5 ,Q . l 3: ij :H ' '7 -,, W, ," , -r" - if - ' - ff , . , 'L ,S ' 4' JM 4 , . 7' n If .5 I t . i I r' a , . 1 . I . y his , - ' H I I ' A' ' it K N ' K 3 A ,ff wg - xx, 1 l I - ag .l, ,g,6r ,K X. -.f J 475.6 I ' . , l T-li . - r 'Y '54 1, l . . fl ,A V f ? " ' ' its gl A 2 , , , , . I' P' N I I, I D' , u , mx' - . IV' , . x 1-7 I I lf: WM 1 I Q . X V ,I A P k ' A ,- Human Relations Bull Joachim plays wnth one ofthe children Sensor students learn different ways of making their llves more successful nn human relatnons class Family lnfe IS studied Not only their present famnly but also thenr own future famluy Students fund solutnons for the many probelms that may arise all durung one s lnfe l-l.1ppy lnvlng takes planning Shnela Le Boyer and Lmda Saxman carve out a jack o lantern nn class uf' Suzanne Cosenza has a sernous discussion nn playschool ll Charlene Krupner Ardnth Peters Dorothy Kurce and Judy Bundy have fun durmg a break In human relatuons class Playschool A part of human relatlons IS learning about chlldren their care and guldance Little chnldren are brought to North to take part un playschool The students work wnth the children play wnth them and observe them Thus expernence helps students get along better wnth their brothers and slsters and better understand thelr chnldren Lando Lnght helps a playschool student down from the play equlpment -A o - 1 ... ...An v g V 1 . f - i , I - A, ll 3 U ' .I ' Nl li stg sf- t..., ., It v I. Q L , , - 4 - ,. Xa , ' 5 ,' K ' . 1, I 7 1 ' e J , . , . C l l .- ' 5 W f, f - . . ' . . . - , 1 Xb' ,V - 1 ' .N '.4' I 1 t ,. . ', 142:-f'.r.vr1N.:.J f -4-Y' ' , . Y Q. J ,- . A " 9' '41 v- i I I I . . . , , . I I L....,,1 North High had four finalists in the National Merit Schorarship test They were Alex Levin Yolanda Leonard Mary Hearne and Riley Sander Merit Scholars Every spring a series of five tests are given to many students in their junior year of high school lt is the fi st screening device of the scholarship program The top scoring lO OOO students be come semi finalitsts The next 25 OOO students receive letters of commenda tion The semi finalists take a second ex amination If they do as well on the second exam as they did on the first they become finalists Certificates of Merit showing their good performance are given to these students All final :sts are candidates for Merit Scholar ships. The scholarship winners are not only judged on their school records, but also on their out-of-school activities. North High was very fortunate this year in having four finalists. They are Mary Hearne, Yolanda Leonard, Alex Levin, and Riley Sinder. 'wwf' Future Leaders x -fx 5 wk!! we QW f HHN YT" 3'5" NF 'wuyarlf fe K v my 5' eng? 1 fra Jam:-ix-5 .. hi Q ei' .4-vw 19 'i YQ Jan Taylor won the Phoenix Elks Leadershup by Award and placed second nn state competltuon Glenn Wolfe was named salutatoruan wnth a l O58 grade average Valedacfornans for the class of l96O are Gloria Pogson, Gayle Edlund, Yolanda Leonard, and Barbara Beatty They had l OOOO grade averages L- Q I -..-- 0 -- ,- -,g ' - Q , , A V ,N - ,M - . ,. wx"- 1,. .y+ y 'fig ,V 5Qgl,,,QX..-f'gim' M ,+ ..f,- I 1' 2,12-1 MQ v W . 3 , 4 ffl VLLLMQ' Nagar, .Q , qu A W .,. .k.,..lv ,1gw, y . - 1 4... - 1 'f - 2 -' . 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VJ' I Modern Dance Taknng part an the Chrnstmas program are Jackue Stewart and Mary Jane Stewart Sue Sorenson and Betty Knught play the part of mice In the modern dance Christmas program Vnrgnnla Jenknns and Judy Zamora do one ofthe many varued routlnes an modern dance class Santa Claus s workshop came to lute on December l7 l959 when North l-llgh s modern dance class gave thelr annual Chrnstmas program At thus tlme students and parents saw class members perform orngnnal compost tuons From thus year s tryouts talented gurls were obtauned Durlng class the learn dufterent technuques and haw to apply them an group numbers and solos The sprung recital of thus year was Through the TV Camera Eye Van ous televlsuon programs were portrayed through theur dutterent theme songs l ' 1 . 1 ' , . I I . I . . , . ll ll - Driver Educohon Every doy more ond more Amerucons ore purchosnng cors ond more people ore dylng whsle they ore drlylng these cors Ownung o cor ns not enough you must be oble to drnye at correctly Trotfnc lows ore leorned In drnver educotuon closses Sofety us olso stress f ed Movles ond puctures ore shown to nllustrote whot the result ot on occldent might be Devlces ore olso used an order to check depth perception vusuol ocu ntyuty ond reoctuon tlme These test the students physucol ond mentol obullty whuch us necessory for drlvung Actuol druvlng proctlce con be ob tonned In behind the wheel trounung A student drnves o duol controlled cor An Instructor us olong to odvnse hum After o few weeks proctlce the student IS Mr Poce shows Mlke Lowery how to rest hrs depth ellgnble to toke the requnred test perceptlon In dflver ed CIOSS Mr Anderson shows Shlelo Bell how to shaft Corol Bengomln tests her fueld of ynsuon ' ' ., 4 ' wr'-my , l ll l ' 0 . ' 5.1 , sk ' - 1 " or Q . . 45 . . . 5. I - , . , , ,Qu m s, , 5 Yolanda Leonard worked with chromatography for her Westunghouse project Search lor Tomorrow Every year the Westunghouse Search for Tomorrow contest ns held ln the past years North l-lagh has had many wnnners Thus year was certaunly no ex ceptuon There were fnve fnnallsts from our school They were Gayle Edlund Jerry Gant Yolanda Leonard Alex Le vm and Rnley Sunder Gayle placed second nn the state She won S250 and a trup to Washlngfon ject was detectnng the substance rn Arn zona peas and beans which has the abuluty to clump human red blood cells Riley Sander Yolanda Leonard Gayle Edlund Jerry Gant and Alex Levnn were funalnsfs In the Westunghouse Search for Tomorrow contest ' 1 1 1 - , . . - t . . . , D. C. nn natlonal competntlon. Her pro- gl Alex Levm watches hus expernment during scuence class A U gi, Jerry Gant shows the result of has Westmglftouse experument I W Gayle Edlund asks Mr Brown, ChemISYfY Rnley Smder wlll adrmt that chemnstry can be an teacher, a questlon about her expernment Qbgofbmg Sublegf ni" ,, - : QTQQEE-,,-5 ENELKI ffwg- A- sux - ' . -4 1 ' p42 s A r . , Z , .-X 'L , 5' -, Y, f 10 , , A . 1,45 -- C , . ,i x xr? F m R r n I' ' , f, ,. W1 Q gx 1 I Q c H , 4 K mr- . c f 1 W6 " ' c E , 7 Sonny Sfnres Randolph Sterno ond Erlc Thomos look of on ,meresfmg bone Structure Oluvno Bustos tokes o look unto the microscope Xxx Glenn Wolfe ond Jerry Gont work out experlmenfs Whof ns IT9 Jer: Leubben ponders os she rn scuence semunor closs looks of o bone is , V ff XXV iv I v 1, XM l A ' as , 5 2 ll ,J J lx X - sf l 7 ll ,V all s is I , Sclences Brology classes are very rnterestrng If you don t have a weak stomach Stu dents learn about plants and anrmals They perform experrments rncludung drsectlon and mncroscopuc study Many growrng freld of sclence through these varied actrvrtues Chemrstry rs a basrc scuence and therefore It rs a very necessary subject lt rs needed rn almost every land of sczentrfsc study Modern developments rn chemnstry affect us all sms., Kregg Bodily and Duck Blue are deeply engrossed In therr work for brology class Claudia Hoover and Bernre Weber study bone structures Marne O'Keefe shows how brave she rs, whsle she dusects a worm . , ' 'K Q . - lf- students prepare for future jobs in the f . . . ,I E X!! Ray Schwlmmer has a dntfncult time obtannlng a drunk of water Blind A For Day On February l2 l96O the annual blnnd for a day experiment was held Physucs students under the dlrectlon of Mr Gnlleland wear bllndtolds all day After thus expernment students appre cnate theur snght more They become aware ot the fact that If somethung dvd happen to thenr eyes they could get along Another Important result of thus expernment as to learn how to treat bland people Albert Gerbens Jerry Gant and John Germroth discuss the experlences that they have had throughout the day Stanley Lane guudes Mary Bennfang to her class ggsf WL, 4' '5- S i Sandy Tarr and Mr Gulleland are amused as they watch Sharon Sabune try to eat her lunch TEL Davud Menne duscovers that a parkung lot us a dangerous place uf you can t see X--iff' ,Qs Qu qc., 42" 'K -ks The blund leadung the blund Jerry Gant and Albert Where am I7 Thus us the questuon Shurley Cluck Gerbens try to fund theur way down the hall asks as she trues to fund her way across campus ' 'Q 4 u 1 , I Lf ful? ', X - ' - ' 1 . 5" 'I . , I x-- . 9' .xi X. .Jr 'L S 5 'IV R 5 :Q " v 7 W 'nys , , , .., f L.. , is ? K ' A W A , u I iff'-L.A .. ,kg L .,.f...s, 1 ' I I Q V ' Y '. '-'Yak l A, . X ' P . I 1 rf- if . I '- wats' ' ' ..', "ul ,E ..f. r- W aL,"-QNX' " ,F uf f wh,-as 'gf-.sz-' ,A 4.J3j,f A, 1 J.-A Q 4 'Wg A, , , mul? K. .-uri... ff of u 9? 5' ,. -1-tr 'PF' 'gr- H. L, A, .ln Aff. S . X-1, Lx .A .ll ff . 'I' 3 Q e- ' -2-Q. frfffn- X b V- e :V Me, Eif-jf ' Student Body Officers BHSMI. I DHI-L Essential to the well-being and ad- vancement of any student body are its officers. North High has good reason to be proud of both its school and offi- cers for the l959-60 year. Steve Cordon carried out the duties of the president. Vice president, Jan Taylor, presided over the student coun- cil meetings in the absence of the pres- ident. Highty Christy, treasurer, was in cha rge of the student body election and the necessary bookkeeping. Pat Phelps and Anne Ashely shared all the secre- tarial duties SOUTH THERE tucson THERE lNIlT DR I Highty Christy JdPFZ21:gdnr and Patty Phelps are changing the bulletin board in the cafeteria Steve Cordon Student Body Officers are Front Row Highty Christy Student Body President Billie Jo Hicks Jan Taylor and Lydia Dzambik Back Row Ralph Bodine Potty Phelps Anne Ashley and Steve Cordon . I ,y X Ak I wi I l . .. . I I .: l . l ' ll I ' : 1 I Honor Court lg 7 fi Honor Court Judges are Seated Lunda Saxman Ralph Bodune and Vlckle Ratkowskl Standmg Mr Nlcolay Carol Bouvea Barbara Ong Jerry Gabay Randy Sorenson and Mass Adams "XP- Audlng the Honor Court are secretarues Carolyn Schaefer Terry Mundy Candy Helderman and baulntf Jam Hanley Spokesman of by and for the stu dent the Honor Court handled dns cnplrne problems nn the school commun :ty Students who had been cited for breakung the rules of the school were dealt wuth by the Honor Court Each case received undnvldual attentuon whnch assured the the students justuce Membershap conslsted of one Chuef Justlce elected by the student body two senlor judges two junuor judges and one judge each from the sopho more and freshman classes All behavnor ofthe North Hugh Mus tongs us governed by the Honor Code the honor student as honorable In hns conduct towards others conforms vol untaruly to the tradntlons and regula tlons ot the school and ns present at classes unless serious reasons prevent hum from beung there f-4. 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I I I U Executlv Commlttee First Semester members are Fnrst Row Janet Schmndt Mnckey Narmu Carol Benlamun Pat Hogan Nukku OQuunn Bullue Jo Hucks Judy Mahan Shenla La Boyer Apnl Hoots Vnck1eWuIls Kathy Prouse and Peggy Mode Second Row Pam Schnender Judy Payne Donna Roof Jannce Wlnters Shnrley Smuth Joan Walters Jo Anne Hudson and Elnzabeth Tash Third Row Patty Lumpkan Elnzabeth Murnllo Maury Staples Barbara Ong Mary Jane Stewart Cathy Krahl Beverly Ong Pam Colby and Marilyn Wnlluams Fourth Row Duane Brown Bev Bulla Twyla Colluns Olnvna Bustos La Verne Wllson Chrns tune Nordlund Judy Drage Vick: Ratkowsku and Carol Bouvea Lost Row Januce Hansen John Cohen Gerald Gabay John Gabay John Aarnn Caesar Casclola Garden Mell Russ Ashley Ronnie Swan Ro chell Hyde Mlke Reclnos Darryl La Polnte Jlm Ruccolo and Jlll Pusam Under the general dlrectlon of stu dent body officers the executlve com mittee planned homecoming attend ance at Arzzona Assocuatnon of Student Councnls at Yuma supervusuon of all student electrons and Brotherhood Week The executnve committee with the co operation of the entire student body sponsored Bullue Jo Hacks to the 50 anniversary of the Whnte House conference on Chlldren and Youth In Washungton D C Members ot the executive commlt tee whnch met every day second pernod In the student government room In cluded nn addutnon to the student body ottxcers the presndent of the tour class E C M b S t d L d es and G boy and glrl from eoch of the xecutlve ommlttee em ers are ea e y IG Dzambuk Patty Phelps Steve Cordon Anne Ash four Classes who were elected RY the ley and Hughty Chrlsty Standing Jan Taylor Mlke Aarnl Mulo Beck Ralph Bodlne Maury Staples Ted Borek and Bullue Jo Hacks student councnl members ,J 0 0 I 'A 1 . ,.. 1 6 1 v .4 ,F ,W -5 W., ' f' ,..... 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Student Council ln the hands of the members of the Student Council rested the responsibil- ity for a smooth run North High The membership of this organiza tion consisted of one representative from each homeroom, Student Body of ficers, Honor Court Judges, one mem ber from each standing committee, and the executive officers To them was given the authority to develop policies, set standards, and make and enforce necessary rules related to student ac tivities Chosen for their leadership the Council members expressed their ideas in defense of or in opposition to the many measures that were brought up such as constitutional amendments music in the cafeteria and the choos ing of D J s to play the records and money raising projects which included money for our representative to the White House Conference Second Semester Members are Fnrst Row Carol Craven Diana Marek Darlene Thiessen Joan Muse Barbara Ong Nicki Narmi Frances Gonzalo Judy Hicks Janet Wade April Hoots Kathy Prouse Jan Taylor Judy Mahan Sheila La Boyer Shirley Porterie Karen Hyortaos Jackie Breinholt Second Row Diana Brady Shirley Smith Janice Winters Joanne Hudson La Verne Wilson Saralou Combs Thorny White Mary Stewart Marilyn Williams Charlotte Sydbom Mary Christy Patty Phelps Gloria Pogson Jane Kohler and Judy King Third Row Thomas Flint Karen Covington Christine Nordlund Susan Soronsen Grace Alexander Margaret Anderson Beverly Ong Beverly Adkins Cherlyn Van Cleve Jim Hanley Vicki Ratkowski Anne Ashley Elna Miller and Linda Barfoot Fourth Row Russ Ashley Gerald Gabay Jim Russell Owen Kelly John Wikle Diane Crosson Peggy Rhoton and Jill Pisani Flfth Row Raymond Pakay Jules La Boyer Milo Beck Barry Lerner David Romney Carlton McAlles ter Paul Katsenes Devens Gust and Dennis Cymbalski Lost Row Mick Moore Ralph Bodine Maury Staples Robert Johnston Bill Barkell John Hallowell Mel Johnson Darryl Lapointe Marvin Orborn Darwin Finch and Jim Ruccolo I I I I ' I . . , 2,1 my 3 u d X J, ,, .fp Q .1 . 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Service Organization Extending a helping hand to such worth while community projects and the Heart Fund Cancer Fund and the For elgn Exchange Fund were the goals of the Service Organization All students were given the oppor tunity to share in the service for others through their homeroom classes Each homeroom chose a project from a given list of ones that had been approved by the sponsor and the elected officers of the organization One representative from each home room a president a vice president sec reta ry and treasurer composed the Ser vice Organization They met once a semester to discuss all the problems that occured and to decide on projects Activities that students delighted in the most were the food actions car washes and pastry sales The money was raised in the classrooms and then turned over to the sponsor who sent it to the designated organization First Semester Members are Front Row Judy Glossenger Pat Pilkington Judy Waldrop Mary Ann Sizemore Linda Saxman Carol Walters Marshall Pilkington Lydia Dzambuk Steve Denton Wilrna Stone Gayle Carpenter Donna Crockett and Janet Birmingham Second Row Lois Anderson Pat Freeman Pat Blake Gloria Pogson Judith Clifford Lynette McLaughlin Deborah Redick Donna Blasins Lindy McClmtic Kathy Chatwin and Barbara Holzner Third Row Susan Sorensen Maribeth Tornquist Linda Light Carol Curtis Diana Brady Michael Dertocchi David Romney Tom McLaughlin John Sarvella Elizabeth Sparks and Georgia Shill Fourth Row Steve Corkran Arthur Truter Dennis Barkey Mitch Warren Ken Chase Robert Johnston Chester Linder Ralph lmhoff and Byron Simmons vi' Servlce Organnzatron offlcers are Georgua Shull treasurer Lmda Saxman secretary Davnd Romney vuce president and Lydua Dzambuk presudent J at Second Semester Members are Front Row Rosemary Lynch Barbara Kung Sandra Turley Pat Hogan Pam Luchty Sandra Young Judy Zaremba Jan Schaberg Ann Bellns and Wulma Stone Second Row Carol Krahl Duana Malls Karen Simmons Barbara Maddox Betty Warner Barbara Holzner Twyla Collms Ellen Davis Dianne Adams Lynette McLaughlin Judy Scog Iund and Jane Bec Last Row Mel Abert Wayne Morrns Fred Dover Arthur Truter Irvmg Dacks Davud Todd and Richard Elnas HH NH N M N H HH' H lllli X , ELL L w Y 4 7.1. 2- xi-' 'ag we . Q- 5 ra , gg I -E.. .. , , , .. , y . ,. . . . . I . . I I I V I - I 1 ' 5 , 1: f s' . I. 5 7 .' 2 A ,Q 5 Sf ' H- r A -an Q. Q X ,i , , 1 s a - 'W' 'xi Q f' .41 .Il I is N'- . D . nm NH? j'lj-Q.L',- .Q . ll 'Ask-J '-".','4--s.".'."' ll .pin-5 '. j. A Q' . . 1 I ' I I I I I I I I I ' ' I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 ' . . I I I ' Gurls League Gurl s League was ably presuded over thus year by the Gurls League Cabunet Thus governung body was comprused of twelve members presudent Bullue Jo Hucks vuce presudent Sheula La Boyer secretary Judy Mahan and treasurer Shelly Hyde These gurls were elected by the gurls of the student body Mem bershup was also extended to the presu dent and vuce presudent of each class councul The annual Blue and Sulver Ball No vember Nocturne a sports dance and the Parusuan Fashuon Show un whuch many of North Hugh gurls modeled clothes from a leadung Phoenux store were sponsored by Gurls League North Hugh also had the honor of hostung e Gurls state conventuon thus 6? Cabunet Members are Seated Gheula La Boyer Bullue Jo Hucks Shelly Hyde and Judy Mahan Standung Yolanda Leonard Evelyn Soderman La Verne Wulson Carol Krahl Sand Hawkuns Duane Merek and Aprul Hoots Freshman and Sophomore Members are Front Row Judy Patruck Paula Farney Jo Anne Hudson Juduth Peers Thorny Whute Duanna Merek Susan Polucuk Carol Jacquelune Stewart Sammy Lu Sumpson Joan Cary Star Gulbert Juduth Payne Beverlv Ong and Kathy Krahl Junuor and Senuor Members are Furst Row Pat Plotner Jan Robertson Vurgunua Robunson Evelyn Soderman Pam Lucthy and Carol Krahl Second Row LaVerne Wulson Jody Smuth Joyce Carson Morulyn Davenport Nancy Sapp Parula Pandelu and Dar I bert Thurd Row Phyllus Purdue arbor Judy Drage Dona Le Crone a le Duane Wuse and Yolanda Leonard Last Row Judy Walters Carol Pearsall Abbue Beller Pamela Cole Claudua Clark Isabelle Blanco and Susan Brunk Judy Hucks Second Row Daugherty Sandra Hawkuns ' 7 . , . A . . , . . . . 6 1 I 1 ' 1 1 H v . ,af 4 b Sw' I ' - 47 - nv- A - 5, 1 , , . . . . . . . . . . I , I I . . . 4 1 I I ' . , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . , . . X 5 g 1- K an . 45ET'?" in 1- .aq 3 ' -kg? . u 5 V . . . Q Q " V Q S 1 I T so I ' . I ' I I I . . . . - 0 1 1 1 1 l . ' . ' 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 I ' . . . 3 . , . 1 1 I 1 S ' ' . Jr 3 . . . , KK . . f x I I I . . 3 K S A 5 I I 1 ' . . . . . K , I ,IX 1 1 or C' 1 " Z . . . , , . . f 1 1 1 V , ' ' ' 1 , S lg Social Committee The Social Committee was in full swing throughout the entire year. Scheduling dates and approving social activities were only a few of the numer- ous duties that were carried out by this committee. In order to bring a more cheerful glow during the holiday sea- son, the Social Committee decorated the Christmas tree in the library. At eoch game during the football season one goal post was decorated with red and blue and the other with the colors of the visiting team. The Social Com- mittee worked many hours in order to provide similar services for the school. Social Committee members enjoying refreshments after they finished dec- orating the Christmas tree in the library. , l L, g.-1' fx.. . Sandy McAndrew and Charlene Kripner help add sea on cheer by decorating the Christmas tree in the library 59 L-ur Athletic Association Members are Seated Lou Kellogg Coach Caldwell and Lydia Dzambik Stand ing Mr Chard and Maury Staples Support Your Corral has been the Corral Board s theme this year An all out effort was made in trying to create a new interest in the Corral Faculty and students composed the committee which helped plan many of the actlvi ties that were held in the Corral Be if lldking ci hand . f, .X The Athletic Association was in charge of making and enforcing poli- cies concerning interscholastic athlet- ics Also included were the necessary duties of financing and supplying funds for needed equipment and helping the various teams meet their different prob elT1S sides directing the Corral s upkeep the committee enforced the necessary rules needed for good student conduct For a game of ping pong a quick refreshing coke or a convenient place to meet friends the Corral was C1 pop ular after school place for Mustangs vnu W Corral Board members are Kathy Krahl Mike Colquette Standing Pat Hughes Mrs OHaver Mr Hawk Linda Saxman Pam Schneider Carolyn Williams Dwane McLain Leonard Bafaloukos un school cullcuurs Foculty porents ond students work ed together on the Cofeteruo Boord They duscussed the type of lunches whuch suuted the student body best The boord mode ond enforced rules neces sory for the effucuent servung of food ot the leost possuble cost Three yeors ogo the Cofeteruo Con trol Boord wos orgonuzed to help keep the cofeteruo on orderly ploce to eot The Boord wos composed enturely of students who were on duty durung both lunch peruods Members kept order un the cofeteruo ond corrected l-lonor Code vuolotors Thus wos onother orgonuzo tuon thot helped to keep North Hugh o school supervused ond durected by the students themselves Cofeteruo Control Board Members ore Furst Row Myrno Fuke Judy Droge Solly Holmon ond Mucku Normu Second Row Rozonne Ruchord Jonuce Henry Luello Gruffun Morsholl Pulkungton Sheulo Le Boyer ond Steve Forester Last Row Steve Denton Joe Kock Mutch Worren Tom Wulson Duck Ruce ond John Sobo T 3 C um F if CLUBSAN X -V N r 1- X .- A Cappella One organization on our North High campus of which all students have a right to be proud is our A Cappella. The purpose of this group is to uphold the highest standards of choral music, and they accomplish this by presenting a wide variety of musical programs for the student body. Our annual Christ- mas assembly and an annual concert have always been presented by this group as a part of each year's activi- ties. Often various civic groups in the Valley call upon the A Cappella for programs of their choral music. This provides good experience for each stu- dent as it helps acquaint them with per- forming before various groups. Every year at North High a large- scale musical production is put on, and most of the music in this program is provided by the A Cappella. This year the musical was "Annie Get Your Gun". An activity which was a highlight of the year for the A Cappella was a trip to San Mateo, California, as guests of Hillsdale High School. tin v an: Row I Arlene Hutson Carol Oakes Norma Yeary Carol Grosser Judith Orcutt Sharon Norris Star Gilbert Kathleen Walsh Sandra Hawkins Carroll Rhoades Bonnie Rogers Jeri Leubben Penelope Briske Lucia Stevenson Ruby Tennyson Carolyn Wallace Row II Emily Sorkin Janice Hershey Dierdre Rupe Karen Haueisen Patricia Doyle Sonyia Anderson Shari Clark Kittye Hoty Lyona Thomas Pa tricia Passey Marla Garrison Carroll Jordan Linda Simmons Nancy Miner Barbara Gaff Row III Catherine Roush Judith Roberts Alice McCarthy Linda Kopp Linda Yakupeak Carolyn Setzer Donna Dillbeck Kay Kenney Evelyn Glover Janet Purlee Charlotte McLeod Donna Fox Row IV Mary Goletz Elizabeth Stuckey Lola Mahaffey Linda Ray Georgia Moran Dialeth Eber lrena Chadwick Barbara Mintz, Bette Mintz, Janet Gray, Janice Hansen, Phyllis Vanderham, Marilyn Ham, Lois An derson. ri D1 :rl g, sg" i,, ll Wa-: ' . Front Row: J. Taylor, D. Crockett, L. Lane, R. Taylor, J. Fitzgerald, C. Smith, E. Levin, H. Zybura, J. Lawrence, B. Baumann, B. Setzer, S. Sullivan, S. Packer, C. Hoff. Row ll: Mr. Denton, M. McCormick, P. Lichty, C. Krahl, L. Barc, P. Hooper, T. Ewing, T. Riggs, J. Shropshire, B. Yellin, G. Martin, R. John- son, R. Ashley, V. Simpson, J. Pisani, B. Ong, M Ice, D. Albert, K. Chatwin, N O'Quinn, D. Wise, L. McLaughlin. Row III: M. Hoegner, L. Wilson, M. Davenport, P. Blake, H. Henderson, S. Hedgpeth, D. Fawcett, E Thomas, J. Cook, B. Neisen, B. Edwards, T. Lee, S. Holmes, B. Arnce, J. Blake, M. Miller, C Pearsall, S. Sabine, S. Tarr. Bock Row: T. Collins, L. Winters, G. Hartwig, E. Brown, A. Finn, L. Price, J Walters, B. Naegli, E. Barker, M. Riggs, B. Kelly, S. Hanson, M Staples, A. Ashley, M. Womack, J Smith, P. Phelps, J. Bangora, A. Pilloud, B. Upchurch, V. Richards. ' W G' I ' Ch ' , Girls who are interested in the field of vocal music have an excellent op- portunity to gain experience in group singing through the Girls' Choir. One of the purposes of this organization besides providing performance experi- ence is to familiarize each girl with all M the different phases of music. North High's Girls' Choir, under the direction of Miss Enloe, joined forces with the choir of Central High in a con- , cert which was given November 3. At Christmas they participated in the Christmas Concert with North's A Cap- pella Choir, and in March they present- ed their annual Spring Concert. In May the group took a trip to Tucson to at- tend the Music Festival which proved to be a very inforomative and educa- tional occasion. 65 Www MV, Betty Muntz ond Duonne Post enuoy proctucung bodmunton Bodminton Club The Bodmunton Club sponsored by Muss Brenemon worked hord thus yeor to leorn ond proctuce technuques ond Skulls un bodmunton They developed teom ploy by experuence un tournoments wuthun the club Vorsuty bodmunton gomes were ploy ed wuth the other Phoenux hugh schools They olso portucupoted un the Annuol Hugh School Bodmunton Tournoment held ot A S U The members of thus club olso ploy ed bodmunton just for fun They olso mode some reseorch unto the subject of the hustory of bodmunton un duffer ent countrues oll over the world V? ""s Front Row Noncy Sprocher Duonne Poet Koren Hortoos Tereso Yorke Shoron Helsung Lou Kellogg Bock Row Morulyn Porrush Ttrudy Motre Aluce Aycock Betty Muntz Judy Rodobough Joy Ansel l "L 6' . l - ,, l A I V A A to " A ' "TMI ,, ' 5 ' . . . . iw- K M X-u,,f,,, A , Turk - . 4' Q Q S I - 1 ' , V R V V M k " K 'X Wg 35, Q' , . V u ' ' .ww my A ' ' ' A ' du- ' f ,,,,- i T' T 1221? ' 2 "uf ,kr , u u i .,' Q a , 4 V Q 5 W, . . A ' 3 u t 4. u 3 V u ,' ' 2 '- ju . ' 1 . X I va h .A uf 5' A A ' A f 1 l , , 5 u u , u I ' 3 u u 1 , u - Q Two Tennus Club members un actuon Judy Cowan and Pete Raubenheumer are Sheula Wulson Mutch Warren enuoyung a tennus game Tennus Club Representung North Hugh on school teams and playung tennus for tutness fun tellowshup and recreatung are the obuectuves of the North Hugh Tennus Club All members were on the Vorsuty Junuor Varsuty and Freshman Tennus teams The sponsors were Mr Horne and Muss Wulkunson Throughout the year they partucu pated un matches agaunst other schools and among themselves They also span sored an annual tournament for the thurteenth year All of the members mauntauned membershup un the Unuted States Lawn Tennus Assocuatuon and the Southwestern Tennus Assocuatuon -Q X 1 X Front Row John Freeman Duane Hyatt Craug Weatherup Margery Paddock Lunda LaPrade Sally Mel czer Sally Neely Duane Carney Mary Struthers Janet Yuhas Lunda Mllen Back Row Mr Horne Jum Smuth Jum Nelson Lunda Pomeroy Judy Cowan Pete Raubenheumer Mutch Warren Bull Hoots Shelua Wulson Pat Murphy Lana Lee Janet Lareau Pam Felton Muss Wulkunson 1 I Q l I l 'i P . , . . I I I I ' - . , . I ff T iff' A , ,fs ' Q '- it jg9'f'362ifi ' -' 1 , f Q . , A -A -. V , ,s .4 -N f . s, 1 l , 4 , 5, W f . g I 1 , J lx li , , 4. A - b T. if All A . ' " .I s . : I I I I I I I I I I ' : ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' lce Skating Club Mustangs who enuoy the sport ot uce skatung have the opportunuty to joun the North Hugh Ice Skatung Club Thus ac tuve club sponsored by Mrs Weber at tords an opportunuty tor members to attaun skulls un tree style and tugure skatung Because there are students who mught be unterested un uce skatung but have never trued ut the lce Skatung Club sponsors a class for begunners Other Phoenux hugh schools wuth uce skatung groups often compete un skat ung contests wuth the North Hugh group and thus guves the members an oppor tunuty to learn more about skatung com petutuon The year s actuvutues of the lce Skat ung Club have often Included varuous socual events whuch were held between the hugh school groups who have skated wuth the North club Otfucers of the Ice Skat ung Club Marsha Ashley Ruck Reed Joy Weber Front Row Russell Cannon Ruchard Elsby Jerry Gant Jerry Allan Lee Case Marsha Ashley Karen Watson Marulyn Parrush Ronnue Kessler Ronnue Breedlove Row ll Sue Blankenheum Mary Lewus Penny Bruske Kutty Hoyt Marsha Smuth Pat Smutham Elaune Marus Bonnue Gulkey Tommy McBrayer Joy Weber Bock Row Ruck Reed Muke Harruck John McKnught Nancy Sapp Mary Sulluvan Roberta Rouse John Rodgers Agneta Sande Barbara Bobo Charlotte Sydbom Josephrne Holzner Pam Luchty Lvnda Wunter Sandy Sylvno Plays which were put on by North Mr Weuser head of the dramatucs Hugh Players for the enjoyment of the department sponsors the North Hugh publuc were Death Takes a Holiday Players and dnrects thenr performances and Annne Get Your Gun Fronl Row Tom Basham Josephrne Holzner Cherlyn Van Cleve Gay Hartwug Row II Sharon Sham way Mary Hearne Patty Lumpknn Eluzabeth Marullo Kathleen Chase Carol Pterce Back Row Lunda Wunter Charles Lucas Joan Lnndley Mr Weuser Lewns Schaflander Melunda Hay Irvung Docks . sk, ' '- 1,1 A 11 7' ' .. 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' K if 1 ' . - .L of " c It . if 1 .0 1. 1 c R 1 L Y? 4 ' v .. ,. - Q 1 X, , - 7 I , '- an 'N-- 1 I ' X ' j . t ., ,V I 4 1 ' lg! ,Z ' , r., , , . . 44 ,' .- 1 151,17 x, k My ' f,f - . 1 I , rf' . - -P. , I 0 l I I 1 Q ' l I I I I ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - John Germroth vrce pres Yolondo Leonord secretory Rolph Bodune presudent Math Club North l-llghs Moth Club Otters Cl wlder tueld ot Interest for students who wont to nncreose their knowledge of mothemotlcs ond other tnelds surround :ng the study ot moth Thus post yeor the Moth Club provlded voluoble ex peruence tor nts members by ottendung the Arlzono Mothemotucs Contest ond the A S U Mothemotscs Semnlor which wos an Februory on the A S U compus Instructors from the mothemotucs deportment ot AS U were snvlted to speok before thus octave group ond thus stnmulote the unterests of eoch member an the pursunt ot hlgher mothemotucs Mr Drunkwoter o moth Instructor hnmselt here ot North wos the sponsor of thus worthwhile orgonlzotlon 4? Ti T7 5' IK lf'- Front Row Alex Levin Yolondo Leonord Mornlyn Davenport Jerry Gont Bock Row Sheldon Sulvermon Rlley Snnder Al Gerbens Bob Sorgotz Nautilus Nautilus Scnentntac Organization ns North l-lnghs only scuence club lts members pursue knowledge nn the areas of scuence phnlosophy and mathemat :cs Fneld trnps are taken once a month and have nncluded three traps to Cal: tornna a hlke In northern Aruzona and vnslts to the Computer Center at Tempe Each member has his own speclal nn terest and they take turns leadnng the dlscussnons on thelr subjects The mann asm of the club IS to stumulate the club members Interest nn sclence and other relatlve flelds Bock Row Alex Levin Yolanda Leonard Pete Wnllson Andy Szurom: Duck Sherer Ronald Royce Lewis Kopera Back Row Ruley Smder Sheldon Schaffer Phullup De Wolf Bruce Naegeln Wnlluam Hornmg Searle Magud Mr Hall Pep Club Much of the school spirit on the North High campus this year was pro- moted by the Pep Club. A great part of the cheering at all the football and basketball games was led by the Pep Club members, who hold a special cheering section at football games just for this purpose. The school spirit aids a great deal in giving support to the players. At the end ot every school year the Pep Club presents trophies to North l-ligh atheltes who have been chosen as recipients ot the Outstanding Athlete Awards. These awards are the main projects which the Pep Club undertakes each year. In order to raise the money for these trophies, members sell such items as derbies, pins, and pom pons. it it 45 sig 1, :lie .. as tif! ll P 1 .. ,- . 'i ,.,,., ' f V, gp- ,. . -. , ffm, - S 1: Q 1,85 A Front Row: Janice Schaberg, Janet Lareau, Pamela Felton, Aneta Marion, Aleta Marion, Kathryn Bod ily, Barbara Stocks, Row II: Sharyl Johnson, Dianne Post, Mary Greenwell, Phyllis Vander Ham, Verna Mazurek, Elaine Maris. Back Row: Deborah Dollard, Michael Campbell, Joseph Johnson, Carolyn Ca hill, Robert Anderson, Miss Wilkinson - sponsor. in 1 Front Row: Twyla Collins, Joyce Fraizer, Sally Holman, Geraldine Skaggs, Ed Leonard, Marshall Pilking- ton, Opal Robertson, Olivia Bustos, Elaine Tricarico, Saralou Combs, Peggy Wisniewski, Row II: Wil- liam Joachim, Marlyne Schneider, Jane Beck, Tharshilda White, Diana Marek, Donna Roof, Carol Ben- jamin, Joan Cary, Andrea Azoyan, Glenda Rau, Dianne Hall, Patricia Robinson, Diana Carney. Row III: Ted Borek, Dennis Abert, Marcia Freeman, Patricia Schiess, Terry LaDow, Isabelle Blanco, Claudia Clark, Sue Brink, Nancy Sapp, Evelyn Soderman, Joyce Carscn. Row IV: Beverly Adkins, Jean Zuehlke, Doraley Albert, Paula Pandeli, Sheila LeBoyer, Mike Bertocchi, Dennis Barkey, Barbara Greenwell, Phyl- lis VanderHam, Jan Robertson, Row V: Judith Orcutt, Sandra Hawkins, Sally Stautfer, Sandra Green, Patty Perry, Penny Briske, Carol Craven, Harriett Terry, Delores Painter, Barbara Portilio, Marilyn Parrish, Row VI: William Collins, Judith Payne, Michael Moore, Mary Greenwell, Lois Anderson, Robert Anderson, Rich- ard Baeuchler, Michale Colquette, Harry Rhodes, Sue Banker, Sharon Packer, Back Row: Sandra Turley, Joan Markowich, Patricia Daugherty, Barbara Ong, Carol Krahl, Cathy Krahl, Pamela Lichty, Barbara Stal- lings, Lucia Stevenson, Candy Fitch, Michelyn Narmi, Stadium Club Ushers at all ot North High's home football games this year were members of the Stadium Club, which is organ- ized mainly tor that purpose. Any stu- dent at North is eligible to join, for there are no requirements other than that each member must be able to usher at one-halt of the games, and attend at least one-halt of the club meetings. As their main club activity, the Sta- dium Club members sponsored a booth at the l-li-Y, Tri-l-'li-Y Carnival, Mr. Hyink and Miss Wilkinson, the club sponsors, supervised this proiect as well OS all The others, Pep Club Officers Ed Leonard, Marshal Pilkington, Linda Saxman I' rr1'r"" A.-.---1 H 'sqm -1 Dennis Crowl and Eddie Cline enlarging prints Photo Club All North High amateur photograph ers joined the newly organized Photo Club this year lts purpose was to help provide organization leadership and inspiration tor all interested students Members ot the club were often seen taking pictures of various sports dances and other school activities Sponsors of the Photo Club this year were Mr Wil liams and Mr Kasold Several field trips were taken by the club after school hours throughout the year The club members traveled to Flagstaff and Tucson to attend state wide conventions They also went to visit the Republic and Gazette and the Arizona Film Processing Company .gf M C. Front Row Edwin Cline Rebecca Marion David McCroy Kathryn Bodily Dennis Crowl, Back Row Mr Kasold Robert Buse Mr, Williams, Press Club Students of the Publications depart- ment, the Journalism department, and the Photography department are all eligible to join the Press Club The members took several field trips along with the members of the Photo Club They also traveled to Flagstaff and Tucson to attend the statewide Press Convention Visits to the Arizona Film Processing Company and tours of the offices of the Republic and Gazette newspapers proved to be very informa tive for these students who are inter ested in learning more about the press business and how it is run ye!-rhiyplyass ilssliglgozggoalzireglsghlg Kathryn Bodily Jan DeMert and Rebecca Marion sponsor of the Photo Club and Qu ll and Scroll examine negatives Popcorn balls were sold as a project to raise money on December l5 fn Ji' ld, my 'V QR sz. Tom Bischoff Robert Buse Evelyn We-tzer David McCray Bruce Klahr . , x Q, I 1 - I V V, , , A 4 ' i . ' l C l U Q V ,, iff 1 Q T er X h T l PT T ji j '. X 'P C .7 L, ' . , ' I t X rl , g, XS- 23.414, tj 'f ' - i, yy , C -,. - 1 '-K if T N r X X I. I - 1 -,ff his .1 J Y't,-Q 5 pw i ' xx E534 5 l C 'E' FBLA Thus past year the Future Business Leaders of America members under took several money maklng prolects Among them were selllng popcorn dur :ng the lunch peruods and havung a bake sale Mr Kung and Mr Palmer were the two sponsors of F B LA throughout thus school year Since one of the mann obyectuves of the club IS to develop busnness leader shlp fneld trups were often taken to dnf ferent busunesses In town and the mem bers often enjoyed the speeches and advuce of Phoenlx buslnessmen Other obgectuves of thus school club snclude strengthening the confidence of the members nn their work and de veloplng the character patrnotusm and cntuzenshvp of these students The most Important undertaknng of for the outstandung business students Most of the money made from the pro jects goes toward thus worthwhile cause Front Row Evonda Schaffer Julne Chrlstenson Sandra Troy Sharon Norrns Nancy Sapp Judlth Troy Row II Barbara Moore Duanna Malls Carol Marlatt Diana Brady Twyla Collins Joyce Fralzer Back Row Mr Palmer Lnnda Ferman Herman Haueusen Carole Zweuger Gerald Marlatt Robert Buse the F,B.L.A is to sponsor scholarships 5 '54 Q I l I F 3? 6- fs ,J M ll FHAanol FTA V'-. ddr-1 C.-' Front Row Vucku Bourland Elaune Mans Donna Crockett Eluzabeth Murullo Row ll Mrs Horton Vnrgnnxa Ruchards Janet Wade Brenda Fusher Helen Smuth Rosemary Eukens Marulyn Hoegner Phyllls Purdue Evelyn McKelvey May Klser Barbara Jacobs The Future l-lomemakers of Amernca was a very actuve group of gurls on campus thus year As thelr mann project throughout the year they sent one rep resentatuve to a statewide convention Students who are unterested an teach :ng as a profession are lnvuted to porn the Future Teachers of America club Through thrs year the members were shown movnes and given maternal con ceernung teachnng T vf' Front Row Peggy Made Kathryn Boduly Barbara Stocks Loss Anderson Mary Hearne Cheryl Pullan Jsll Pnsann Row Il Vnvnan Gregory Joy Ansel Janet Gray Aloen Pnlloud Nancy Armstrong Carolee Kastl Back Row Harry West Pamela Schnelder Jerry Shropshnre Robert Anderson Patrncna Johnson Dlanne Post in f . 1, Q o o - .- Q s i T Q i ASV., I . , , Q ' n 5 t ' i .:. "': ' .v A I busy., b f I Q. g . . . XFX A'-A . T V . , , 1 Q I ' D It ' 2 1-sr ' j I, , 1 ,W ,n l f 0 if A, Qwr I 0 R, I P f at ,K -.iw J . .f . . . . . , . I I I . 2 - , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I - 5 , 1 Jw, R. 7 Q 3 1 l N V --- 5 ,, , ,. K. mv T 3 A 3 b , I v -n Q X r . -b ,- Q 4 I ,AMJ ,J C , v J u 1 x ' - F I 4 I 17 li l ,Q i . W- - ' I ' P . Q m T- 1' . 0 . . . I I I I I I ' : I I I I I ' : 7 I I I I National Honor Society members discussing club activi- ties are Shirley Click, Mike Riggs, Danna Farney, National Honor Society Mr, Carey and Miss Adams were the faculty sponsors of the National Honor Society at North High this year. This is a national club and members are a select group at only the best students. To be chosen for the club the students must excel in character, scholarship, leadership, and service. They must have held a very high grade average through their tirst three years in high school in order to be chosen. One at the main projects at the club this past year was guiding at the An- nual Pioneer Day, which is always held on our campus, The members also help- ed to provide a scholarship to a worthy senior in the club. At the very end of the year they chose the new members at the National Honor Society Tapping Assembly in which the new are instal- led and the old members leave. Front Row: Jerry Gant, Highty Christy, Judi Mahan, Mary Beintang, Donna Farney, Shirley Click. Back Row: Bill Beinlick, Yolanda Leonard, Gayle Edund, Ralph Bodine, Glen Wolfe. 78 Quill ond Scroll One of the highest honorory orgonizo- tions for high school journolis mis Quill ond Scroll. This is on internotionol society which is represented in high schools cill over the world. There ore certoin qucilificotions which must be met in order for o student to be eligible for Quill ond Scroll here ot North High l-le must hove worked on either the school pciper or onnuol ond he must be ci junior or senior in the upper one third of his closs Mr Miller who teoches publicotions wos the foculty sponsor of Quill ond Scroll this yecir New members mode up the lorgest port of Quill ond Scroll this yeor The only for mer members were Yolondo Leonord Bo rry Lerner ond Mory Heorne who ore olso the moin officers of the orgonizcition Quill ond Scroll Officiers Yolondo Leonord President Borry Lerner Vice president Mory Heorne sec retory treosurer Front Row Shirley Click Donno Forney Koren Simmons .lerondo Meyer Fronces Gonzolo Back Row Jon Robertson Lindo Heizer Judith Mohon Thomos Wilson Borry Lerner Edword Holdsworth Yolondo L onord Parnassus Parnassus, the highest mountain in mythical legends, is the name at the z highest club at North High. Members W' are selected tor this club tor their out- standing grades at semesters. This club helps to promote greater interest in scholarship and to provide opportuni- ties to students for service, Miss Adams and Mr. Carey were the two sponsors. if 1' C' l . it i 0 .J ef iq D x Q, Q Q, llc Front Row: T. Peloso, J. Stewart, L. Gonzalo, C. Grosser, P. Hackert, E. Whetton, J. Peers, C. Setzer, L Anderson, B. Stallings, T. Pattee, C. Benjamin, A. Toops, R. Lindauer, A. Bellis, J. Dye, S. Adams, R Capri. Row Il: D. Diehl, M. J. Stewart, P.Home, D. Bowlby, D. Carney, S. Neely, G. McGhee, J. Nowlin M. Parrish, J. Payne, D, Roof, M, Garrison, C. Lerner, K, Mullen, B. Van Ness, P. Farney, G. Schroeder Row III' D. Maitland B Die I J. Clifford A Kettlewell S. Melczer G McLouth H w - . ,. h, ,. , ,. ,C. ada ay,K.Hau eisen, M. Ham, L. Yakupeak, B. Greenwell, P. Johnson, D. Stevenson, J. Kohler, V. Gardner, J. Birming ham, P. Colby, L. Clements, B. Jacobs. Back Row: K. Johnson, B. Naegeli, R. Anderson, R. Vaeuchler F. Tarves, S. Hopkins, P. Sandhowe, P. Nordlund, J, Gray, B. Maddox, M. Moore, D. Braaten, G. Gabay A. Truter, D. Gust, A. Bustos, C. Weatherup, D. Todd, P. Nelson. 913 6' Front Row: Beverly Adkins, Kathryn Bodily, Joyce Carson, Vivian Gregory, Hazel Henderson, Gayle Ed- lund, Frances Gonzalo, Mary Bienfang, Judith Mahan, Mary Christy, Isabelle Blanco. Row II: Yolanda Leonard, Jayme Love, Carol Peqrsall, Donna Farney, Linda Light, Gloria Pogsom, Linda Barfoot, Ann Ashley, Nancy Otey, Martha Ice, Billie Upchurch, Carolyn Swartz, Shirley Click. Bock row: Ralph Bodine, Maury Staples, John Germoth, Jerry Gant, Harold Thompson, James Riccolo, Phillip De Wolf, Jon Cohen, John Fitzgerald, Richard Sherer, Bill Horning, Andy Szuromi, Kregg Bodily, Barry Lerner. The main project of this club was to provide scholarships for two outstand- ing senior Parnassus members. To raise the money, they sold derbies for the football games, and they sponsored the first movie of the year. Members were also helpful as guides at Open House. For the incoming freshmen in second semester, an initiation dinner was held at the Corral after school. ABCand Leglo Honorls Thrrd and fourth year Latun students were scarce thus year but they formed a hard worknng club The offncnal name ofthe club ns Amucae Bonae Clceronls Translated this means good fnends of Clcero Through the year these pu pnls translated Cucero s four operatlons against Catnllne They also went unto Ovid s poetry and trsed to wrute some oruglnal poetry as a club project Legno l-lonorus the Latnn Club on North l-llgh s campus ns sponsored by Mrs Maruott Mustangs who have had two or more years of Latnn are elugnble to be In thus club Students who wanted The A B C members are Vurgunua Robinson Shnrley to Slflpplemeflf fhell' l4l"'0Wl9ClQ9 Of l-Ulm Cllck Lnda Llghf Lunda Barfoot found Leglo l-lonorls a valuable organ nzatuon thus year Actuvntues for the past year Included a debate a Latun play Christmas carols a Roman banquet and a chalked demonstration of Jullus Caesars camp Purchasing a base for the bust of Caesar and a classnc plc ture for the Latun classroom were the two projects that Leglo Honorls com pleted 1' N QCD LEEIU HUNURIS Front Row Robert Capru Susan French Judlth Payne Wulluam Mltchell Judnth Sheen Ted Borek Karen Covington Marilyn Ham Constance Hayes Row ll Vnckn Bourland Luella Van Ness Barbara Stallmgs Judath Peers Elnzabeth Whetton Patrnclo Hogan Lando Van Wey Jane Beck Russel Ashley Fred Jensen Davld Sloan Row Ill Gwendolyn Newman Jean Thompson Kathy Warrungton Diana Malt land Carolyn Setzer Thomas Young Gerry McRaven Make Moore Mlke M Glnnls Back Row Larry Huseman David Butler Phllllp Luckett Thomas Taylor Jack Travls Robert Burg Arthur Truter Leonard Bafaloukos Richard Young James Feeley Gary Tnzzard Harry Rhodes I 0 0 I I K e I 4. 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I I I I I I " ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I ' Offncers Glenn Martm Bob Rhoton Make Aarnu Key Club Objectlves of The NOI'Tl'1 Hugh Key Key Club member John Fornbach at Club are to gave service to both the the Crosswalk school and the communnty and they have carrued out these objectuves thus projects Among these have been guard :ng the crosswalk pauntung the trash cans buynng Ietternng for the cafetena and buying 50 star flags Front Row Andy McDavnd Mike Aornn Donald Braaten Hal Thompson Bob Rhoton Row II Ball Tnce Jon Cohen Joe Johnson Steve Corkran Joe Johnston Back Row Ed Leonard Ron Phnllnps Rachard Phnllups Glenn Martin Bob Cone Q . -I Q - year by undertaking several service . a lu I . 1 - I i I H Kings Club I . lf 5: at ...........-.......! 'ifsx 66, :QQ if l Front Row Fred Freshley Peter Nelson Jerry Moy Roy Fowler John Heenon Lelond Morse Back Row Mnchoel Horrlck Dovld McCroy Dovxd lvon Gerald Goboy Dorwln Finch Ronold Corok Melvyn Johnson Chrlstmos wos mode much more memoroble thus yeor by the North l-lngh Kings Club Members sold mlstletoe to oll the students Knngs Club wos spon The purpose of thas newly orgonuzed club IS to help lnslte conversotlon ond troffnc sofety Thenr projects through out the yeor were to buy glosses for gb- Tl sored by the Llons Club The toculty sponsor thus yeor wos Mr West needy people ond gettzng eye wulls for the blmd if 155 Mwgwvwrf' N CK Officers Front Row Ronold Corok Roy Fowlerld Goboy Dorwnn Flnch Ronold Corok Melvyn Johnson Mnchoel Horrnck Lelond Morse I -1... --.-. I , a - .-1. -----. A , V -W, . , , Y lfff K in I V : " K . YJ 'I I Q tg s tl Q' F' ' :S -I -V . . , - Q, - ,-- 15 1. ' ' . 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' a : I I I I 1 1 4 Trl Lytz Trl HI Y Working together to uphold high standards of service for home and com munity as well as striving to enrich the lives of the members is the main objective of Tri Lytz This year the members have carried out this objective fully by working on many charitable projects including the Heart Fund Cys tic Fibrosis and the Valley of the Sun School Activities which were planned mainly for the entertainment of the members were a progressive dinner a trip to the snow an a few slumber parties Joint meetings with l-li Y clubs ot other schools provided an additional interest in the meetings Under the supervision of the faculty sponsor Miss Enloe and as a service to the school Tri Lytz members sten ciled letters on the auditorium floor Tri Lytz Row Twyla Collins Doraley Albert Paula Pandeli Back Row Sally Holman La Verne Wilson Margaret DeShong Shari Sullivan Lynda Murray Front Row: Carol Krahl, Carol Tieman, Patricia Plotner, Virginia Robnson, Gloria LeVar, Paula Pandeli Linda Kaye. Row II: Louise Stenevik, Dianne Wise, Mary Burgan, Sheila LeBoyer, Joyce Fraizer, La Verne Wilson, Lynn Hummel, Bock Row: Judith Smith, Cynthia Stillwell, Doraley Albert, Twyla Collins, Lynda Murray, Margaret DeShong, Shari Sullivan, Beverly Adkins, Sally Holman. White Caps Officers Yvonne Hicks Secretary Carla Kraemer Pres Lynne Thermo Vice Pres White Ca ps Girls who have an interest in nurs ing joined the White Caps this year The purpose of this club was to inter est young women in nursing careers Miss Potthoff the school nurse was the faculty sponsor Members of the club were very busy this year working on their projects and going on field trips The club s projects included a Christmas box adopting a family for Christmas and contributions to a worthy cause These future nurses took instructions in a first and course and toured through the local hospitals Front Row: Paula Farney, Yvonne l-licks, Carla Kraerner, Lynne Therio, Patricia Plotner. Back Row: Elaine Doehlernan, Miss Pothotf, Patricia Forst, Barbara Greenwell, lrena Chadwick, Louise Lareau. Sl YU K ,J Y i Front Row: Sandra Lemons, Judith Shogren, Dianne Hall, Kathryn Chatwint Row II: Patricia Foster, Margaret Rau, Judith Sheen, Sharon Hedgpeth. Back Row: David Winters, Richard Atkinson, David Hale Calvin Sapp, Robert Herzog, Drchestra Under the supervision of Mr. Craig, the Mustang orchestra this year pro- vided accompaniment for all of the mu- sical play productions which were pre- sented at North this year. Performances were also given at the grade schools which feed students into North l-ligh. interest of students who are planning to attend North l-ligh. Another activity in which the orches- tra participated this school year was the State Musical Contest. Both the orchestra and the band attended this state-wide competition, These performances help to raise the Front Row: Janet Schmidt, Patty Lumpkin, Sharon Hedgpath, Valerie Gardner, Diana Brady, Kathryn Chatwin, Jill Pisani. Row ll: Doug Bell, Leland Morse, James Russell, Roger Williamson, Tom Waldrip, Steven Anderson. Row Ill. Barry Lerner, Charlie Oliver, Tom l-lasseries, Darryl Lapointe, James Ruccolo. Bock Row: John Adamson, Ken Wilson, Harold Rawlings, Fred Freshley, James Hymes, Richard Hanson, Raymond Doscrocil. CJ ,v,y .tg wi -:J S- J M ,gs S Mustang Band Playing a big part in the promoting ot school spirit this year was the Must- ang Band. Mr. Craig led the band at all home football and basketball games, and they contributed much to the pep and spirit of the students and players. These Mustangs represented North High by attending the State Band Con- test and by marching in various pa- rades. Service Band The Service Band, which is made up ot members of the regular Mustang band, plays tor all ot the pep assem- blies. Our pep assemblies would hardly be the same without this band to ac- company the cheers and to provide mu- sic tor the pom-pon girls. 2 M ,X M , R U Xi I DC Front Row: Doug Bell, Patty Lumpkin, Janet Schmidt, Valerie Gardner Jill Pisani James Ruccolo Row Il: Charlie Oliver, Leland Morse, James Russell, Roger Williamson Tom Waldrip Steven Anderson Row Ill: Barry Lerner, Tom Hasseries, Darryl Lapointe, Ken Wilson James Hymes Bock Row John Adamson, Harold Rawlings, Fred Freshley, Richard Hanson, Raymond Doscocil ,...,...mL f The Mustang Band presenting their annual concert for the student body, Dance Band Often the music at various formal and informal school dances is provided by the North High Dance Band, which is organized to give all the members experience in musical performance. Some different activities for which the Dance Band has played this year were the Blue and Silver Ball, sports dances after our home football games, and several off-campus jobs. Money which is made by the Dance Band goes toward making it possible for them to go on the trip which is taken each year by the Service Band and the pom-pon girls. Barry Lerner, John Fitzgerald, Charles Veronda, Kent Johnston, Dick Hanson, Sharon l-ledgpeth. Trumpet: Jon Cohen, Tom Swafford, Doug Robinson. Drum: Tom Waldrip. Trombone: Lynn McGlad. ROTC The North Hugh Reserve Offucers Tralnlng Corps IS organlzed to help pro mote Esplrut de Corps among nts mem bers Thus outstanding group undertook many projects whnch were not only a benefit to the school but also to the communnty One of the proyects was adopting a needy famnly for Chrustmas The ROTC partncnpated In the Veteran s Day Parade Federal lnspec tlon Military Night and they sponsor ed the annual Mulutary Ball The three battalion sponsors thus year were Gayle Edlund Vuckn Ratkowskn and Barbara Hughes The Commandant was Ser geant Pettnngull Company Officers Bob Rhoton Dave Mor rell Bob Brackus Carl Hurlburt Raymond Pace 18 'S "YT" ROTC Color Guard Larry Huseman R F Kessler Darwin Finch Randy Sterna 3rd Platoon Front Row John Jackson Drew Jordan Stephen James Gene Garland Row II Steve Frohman Leonard Marlow Albert Berenschot Row III lrvnng Dacks Don Klomp Glen Stevens Karl Gebhardt Back Row Bob Spear Rex Morell Ron Webber James Snell lst Platoon Front Row Don Carson Mart1nCostulla Thomas Munro Owen Kell Row II Y Robert Hlsey Theodore Word Leonard Cannon Walter Kerslvlll Back Row Robnn Marrls Robert Henry Robert Henderson James Edens 2nd Platoon Front Row Rschard Phullnps Samuel Seay R C Baker Danny Lane Row II Dou las D o k D Sh g v lac uane arman Roger Mnlla Monte Brown Rowlll John Blond: Ssdney Bradley Charles Majelrch John Heenan Back Row John Keepman Roy Fowler Davld Mat tungly Dwnght Ewnng 91 Officers-Front Row: Mitch Warren, Arthur Lapey, Jerry Lincner. Back Row: Jerry May, Jim Beau- champ, Jean Ca rdan. Front Row: Daniel Darnell, Arthur Lopez, Jerry May, Conrad Paxton, Richard Philabaum. Row II: Mitch Warren, Jean Cordon, Marvin Osborn, Ed- ward Corral, Glen Schroeder. Row III: Jim Bauchamp, Mark White, Jerry Linsner, Robert Wilson. Back Row: Melchor Evans, Paul Katse- nes, Gerald Davis, Terry Kiser, William Barkell. Crusader Hi -Y Members of Crusader Hi-Y try to cre- ate, maintain, and extend high stand- ards of Christian character throughout the school and community. Activities for the past year included having a booth at the Lion's Club Halloween Carnival and participating in the Y.M.- C.A, basketball tournament. The mem- beers sent delegates and a bill to the Model Legislature of Tucson. The offi- cers of the club went to the Tri-Hi-Y and l-li-Y officers workshop at the Y-camp up in Prescott. Members of Crusader Hi-Y parked cars at various automobile races in the valley in order to raise needed funds to donate to the Y.M.C.A. Thep sponsored the Annual Signing Dance at the end of the year. These boys also took part in the Cystic Fibro- sis Fund Drive. A joint Hi-Y and Tri- Hi-Y trip to Prescott highlighted the activities during the school year. Mr. Cordon was the faculty sponsor. Q . Q V, ., Phi-Tyo A club which was present on the Mustang campus this year was Phi-Tyo, a Y-Teens branch of the Y.W,C.A. All T-Teens clubs all over the country have a common purpose to brnng together gurls ot all races and rellgnons un whole some actjvntues and projects Phu Tyo members partucupated thus year IH the YWC A ground breaking ceremony and they worked along wlth other Y Teens In the valley In prepar :ng the T Teen Spring Sem: formal Mrs Macon the club s sponsor supervised the various projects whnch the members chose ln order to ralse funds tor the club treasury Plckles were sold on campus to students durlng the lunch perjods and also appolntment books were sold Not all of the Phu Tyo s projects were for rajsnng money Members chose to partlclpate In the clty wade Dressa Llvlng Doll project which IS a charuty set up to help clothe underprnvlleged chjldren Front Row Sue Brlnk Mickey Gonzales Bernice Hopson Back Row Sandra Adams Harlene Flke Dlana Patterson 'Q Front Row Sue Brlnk Mlckey Gonzales Bern1ceHopson Janet Bnrmjngham Barbara Hughes Patrncna Snow Back Row Sandra Adams Harlene Fake Diana Patterson Joan Lundley Karen Hjortaas Mrs Macon I I 1 - 1 1 . , . . . . . . . : ' , ' . . - 5 I .K I K I 1 ,.A. vi' 'lin . 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',,, ' . 0 ' ' : I I I I John Parker secretary Larry Luckett treasurer Lancers Hi-Y Lancers and all other Hu Y clubs across the Unuted States are the hugh school clubs sponsored by the Young Men s Chrustuan Assocuatuon They are organuzed to promote Chrustuanuty tel lowshup and all characterustucs whuch are desurable un young men ot today Thus l-lu Y club us open to any North l-lugh boys who may be unterested un uounung All local l-lu Y clubs work to gether to umprove the qualuty of the hugh school programs One project ot the Lancers thus year was a salvage collectuon the donatuons of whuch were guven to a worthy cause Besudes these collectuons Lancers spon sored a car wash to rause funds for the club treasury Most members partucu pated un the car wash whuch was held at two servuce statuons Lvl Front Row Lloyd Robunson Wallace Hunter Dennus Abert Muke Aarnu John Echeveste Robert Butler Row II Muchael McGunnus James Bullard Terry Burson John Parker Gerald Naughton Larry Luckett Back Row Joe Koch Ronald Wunton Ruchard Hamm Davud Hull Muchael Puerson Carter Crule Wulluam Huber Freddy Combs Q,-ff 1-S. 36 Tri Omega Phi Officers are Bonnie Schmidt Jean Zuehlke Donna Ludwig Kathy Young Bobs Brittain Tri Omega Phi One ot the busiest clubs at North this past year was undoubtedly Tri funds for polio cancer and tubercu losis organizations They sold potato chips to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis Members ot this club also adopted a needy family at Christmas time and they collected toys clothing and food for other needy families and homes Members ot Tri Omega Phi by tar reached and went above their purpose which is to maintain create and ex tend throughout the home school and tian character The club was sponsored by the Y M C A and the faculty spon sor was Miss Munger Front Row Lois Solheim Donna Ludwig Dorothy Ligoski Kathleen Young Barbara Brittain Back Row Jean Zuehlke Carol Ray Bonnie Schmidt Nancy Wicker Sharon Christopherson 1 i 4 x "' ' t9 i i , f 3 1 A la Y Omega-Phi Tri-Hi-Y. They helped raise community high standards of a Ohris- fi' l , A 41 M525 James Eklund presndent John lgleskv secretary A Trojans Sellnng Beat P U pans to students for the basketball game was one of the money ransmg projects of Trojans thus year These Mustangs have had many other projects to help the school and to ranse funds for theur club treasury The charitable projects which they have helped wuth were the Teens Agannst Polno record sale and the adoptjon of a needy famuly at Christmas Trojans have as theur objectives servnng theur school and communlty provjdung good tlmes for the members and learnung more about themselves and other people Mr Pace the faculty sponsor of Tro jans has helped the boys In theur actuv :tres to better the community the school and themselves at-ja-mir 'wif -RE- gf ff Th 31 'S-4 Front Row: Dennis Meador, James Eklund, Ronald Duncan, Anthony lgleskn, Hayden Schender Back Row: J W Pace, sponsor, Charles Chrlsty, Jum Gandul, Bruce Burkhardt, Jerry Lehman, Gerald Gabay, James Castelle D.. C A , . K+-4' A . wx 5 ,v , ' Il ll ' E A 4 I 4 Y V T E kit L . . . . H, ' W4 . ,Q Z Al . . . I 5 'I ' I Q . I I . . - . 1 I I - I , . n 2 ,Q 331 ., gl w,q",. ' 5 f A, 9? 421 2. 6 T M Q in Q , 1 Nlwopl ... wr'-1 2 ,' V " 1 x If ' A 5 X Q' 5 . it 5 Sigma Phi Gamma Sigma Phi Gamma is a club sponsor- ed by the Y.W.C.A. for young women. This club helps to build a fellowship of girls devoted to the tasks of realizing the ideals of personal and social living. The faculty sponsor this year was Mrs. Grobe. For fun and fellowship these girls had a tea for the new members and a slumber party at The Rosemary Lodge. To show their usefulness, they made favors for the Butler Rest Home at Christmas. Members were big sisters on Freshman Day at North l-ligh. They also helped decorate for the annual T Teens dance at the Y WC A , "' X 1' , . lf ' , A ll WK X f i lla N Evelyn Soderman-Secretary, Karen Simmons-President Charlene Kripner-Treasurer. Front Row Sandra Hawkins Judith Orcutt Kay Yeager Charlene Kripner Judith Bundy Row Il Karen Simmons Pamela Cole Evelyn Soderman Sharon Sabine Claudia Clark Dale Parker Dianne Hall Bock Row Judy Clifford Louise Turley Rebecca Marion Carolyn Swartz Joyce Pyhel Marian Smith Carol Wesley . ' ' ' ' . ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . . . . . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 I-Nl YQ' Tres Bon Pensee Offlcers Front Row Rozanne Rnchard Ellen Davus Carol Bouvea Back Row Myra Martin Carolyn Schaefer Duane Adams Nancy Rodman Tres Bon Pensee An active Trl Hu Y club on North s campus thus year was Tres Bon Pensee Thus newly organized group has as :ts purpose the serving of God and the community ln carrylng out their pur pose thus past school year Tres Bon Pensee carried out many charutable projects with the guidance of their sponsor Mass Huey Chnldren at the Valley of the Sun School were enter tanned by these club members who led them nn games and songs and served them refreshments Other club projects were helping wlth Teens Against Polio Teens Against Cancer adopting a needy famlny at Chrnstmas carolung at hospntals and nursrng homes and helpnng with the Heart Fund by glvnng tnme to do clerl cal work ln order to raise money for the club treasury a car wash was glven on the North Hugh parking lot As for an educatlonal actlvlty mem bers of Tres Bon Pensee attended the Model Leglstlature whlch took place Aprll lst and 2nd Front Row: Myra Martnn, Nancy Rodman, Carol Bouvea, Rozanne Rachard, Dlanne Adams, Ellen Davis, Carolyn Schaefer Row II: Marlbeth Tornqunst, La Verna Cantrell, Geraldnne Skaggs, Judith Drage, Carol Fellars, Kathleen Carson, Sue Banker, Sharon Packer, Judith Brown Back Row: Judnth Sadler, Nancy Otey, Julna Sorkm, Marulee Chambers, Mary Neal, Margaret Metzong, Lorna Campbell, Sheula Bell, Mary Bentley, Sharon Hunt, Susan Spurlln, Claudua Hoover I v . , I I 7 S YW SE 3 K W- W J . . . , , v 4 , -ff .Q - - ,ft M .. 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' I I ' ' I I I I ' Art Staff Students from North High s art de partment made up this year s art staff and all of the art work found in the Hoofbeats was designed by them These capable students along with Mrs Ma con who supervised and assisted with the art work deserve a great deal of appreciation for thir contributions to the annual Photographs Photographs make up the largest part of any annual and they must be of good quality in order to keep the body of the annual interesting Hoof beats has been fortunate this year in having an excellent staff of photo graphers A great deal of hard work and extra time must go into the taking and printing of photograps and the photographers have been very cooper ative in doing the work All members of the annual staff wish to thank the photographers along with Mr Williams head of the photography department for their work fflfs' ff J' kc 1614 Front Row Mary Goletz Ron Royce Rosemary Lynch Back Row Carol Redd Marie Womack Jeri Myer J' I' Front Row Tim Scannell Conrad Paxton Roger Anderson Bob Brackins Dave McCroy. Back Row Dennis Crowl Nelson Dewey John Germoth Phil Dano Eddie Cline Bob Buse. rw , l I 1' jg Lew M 34 l SF' ,.,.... nh-. 4' Barry Lerner and Frances Gonzalo, discuss some Roundup business. F of-1" Several members of the Roundup Staff at work are-Front Row: Judy Sheen, Barry Lerner, Frances Gonzalo, Pam Loper. Back Row: Mike RO U n d U p Jordan, Bev Bulla, Steve Booth. Serving the student body at North is so the journalism students are given an the goal of The Mustang Roundup and opportunity to put their newspaper edu- its staff. cation to a practical use. The Roundup staff has participated in several projects this year including a sale of pinwheel buttons and Victory jackets. The Mustang Roundup, traditionally an All-American paper, is a bi-weekly newspaper and is devoted to bringing the important news to the students. Al- Front Row: Marjorie Paddock, Eddie Cline, phot ed., Pam Loper, feature ed.j Nelson Dewey, art ed., Debbie Redick, Mike Jordan, Tom Swafford, bus mgr. Bock Row: Judy Sheen, Diane Hall, sales ed., Barry Lerner, ed., Lindy McCIintic, adv. mgr., Ken Halcrow, Bev Bulla, news ed., Steve Booth, sports ed., Frances Gonzalo, managing ed., Benny Yee. l 'I-P 'fl-2' ' fx Gary Reiman, Sandy Schneider, .leronda Meyer and Ed Holdsworth laugh at one ot Ed's new cartoons. Yolanda Leonard, Hoof- beots editor, H A lot of credit goes to Mr. Miller, the faculty advisor of the l-lootbeats, OO who has given invaluable assistance to Working hard this year to keep the the staff in preparing the annual. North High Hoofbeats up to the high This group has devoted much time standards which it has held in the past and energy both during class time and is the annual staff. after school hours. y , I L'-..f S. 'Q ., 'U 'uv 3 5 Front Row: Pam Prather, Gary Schroeder, Louise Turley-ass't. faculty ed., Yolanda Leonard-ed., Ed Holdsworth-adv. mgr., Gary Reinman-ass't. senior index and senior activities. Row ll: Pam Schnieder -ass't. adv, mgr,, Nancy Nordike, Jeanne Koreltz-librarian, Carol Wesley-co-ed. clubs and organi- zations, Judy Bundy-bus. mgr., Sandy Schneider, Carolyn Schaffer, Bonnie Brown -co-ed. clubs and organizations. Bock Row: Donna Forney-Introduction ed, Pom Cole-academic ed., Karen Simmons- faculty ed., Joe Johnson--ass't. sports ed., Tom Wilson-sports ed, Shirley Click-ass't. ed. clubs and organizations, Carolyn Setzer-classes co-ed., Abbie Beler-activities co-ed. Not pictured are Linda Heizer-student gov't. ed. and activities co-ed., Sally Neely-ass't. academic ed, Jan Robertson-pub- Iicity mgr., and Doris Scannell-ed. senior index and senior activities. lol Y ,V 9 U EVM Ya 1 VW A X ANA!! v K, MX U' ,jr 1"'V "Qcf A Q x . ny H ww? WW L Jw' Y ,.?xi ,'4,6f",f WP M My 'A3,,,of"'M!v av-rfv MV' NA X, 1 1 Mx l I ! f Lf Y,qqQ v,M xx X. BJ Xl, , il N 5 Vin' ,a A' , y Wx! '1 'S 5 ,Q If XX ,wb X? My wwf. Jw W Q S .Q 62 'M 2' Q 4,6 Q f F KD K-' M '32 'uw hx, Q 1? K X YQ: I I V ! 3' f E .x , X ,KX , ff xj .5 K C 1' ,KW -I V ,'-xr ." 5? i -X J J 1 V 'XX H is 5, , Ea Cf-E-..? wk 15 We 1- . Kx.. fn C xgo +2425 1- 37' tiff? ik V, , V4 C' X,--Q' r' KY? A57 f, ik-K a 1. af?-wf r WN 'E K, View Y .Qu ,J -' Q EP 'LF 2, ,J 'ST C x 4 .L-5 ,gg gr' if FFF! . ffl I Pom Pon squad this year were Front Row Gayle Edlund Hlghty Chrustre Lydia Dzamblk Judy Mahan Mary Blenfang and Vnckn Ratkowskl Back Row Janace Stauffer Carol Curtis Georgia Shall Carol Bouvea Carol Waker Barbara Wllllams Frances Gonzalo and Lorna Campbell X! Hlghty Chrustue and Lydia Dzambuk were co c and captain of thus year's pom pon squad wf' optam Pom Pon Squad Pretty, peppy Pom Pon Gurls wuth thenr new, unusual, and fasclnatnng routines brought about the wonderful school splrut Addzng lnfe and color wrth thenr happy smiles and colorful cos fumes, they never failed to please the student body at the sports events Under the careful supervusnon of Mrs Phelps, the Pom Pon Gnrls practiced every day and soon had the quick, alert precision of a well tranned professnonal dance troup Durmg half tnme, that ex tra touch of perfection to the forma tions was easzly seen ui f- fi v Q, 21 .. - ' l ' f'.i?-: 11:35 Q lstrc my e . Y "1 if , ., A ' lg fs ff 234 'V"z7'fw W I ' . ll - , , , A f A f" ' ' 'Z .. -5 ' '7 6 -f ' W f L 'fl' , V 'L , -Al 1 1 1 gs ,,:., T , W , I , kk, V, - If ,QW Vw ff V f I SAX A 3 k W A ' is . x as , Q, 'QQ ,ug ,1 A K " :X af, , iz I .I , Q I' - , - My l Ls Q iw , , , J I.. ,,. V 4 xg wp r w w 1' w -' . I . . f f , x . A ' , -0 I , R ' f , ' . 1 Y A V I Of' i ,X If M' V ff A kr 1 iq ,K J K " Ac f A t' ' 1 l - x 1 M A lx L l K R' I I I : I I I I I ' . . . . ' ' ' I I 1 I I I I ' QU Co Captaun and captaun of thus years cheerleadung squad were Ardue Peters and Isabel Blanco Cheerleadung Squad Wunnung teams arent enough any more Patrons have grown used to the zup harmony and color ot the Cheer leaders The pep squad always roused the morale ot the team and student body when the team was wunnung los ung or undecuded The Cheerleaders never taulung optu musm helped to make every sports event luvely and full ot fun Urged on by lsa bel Blanco captaun and Ardue Peters co captaun the Cheerleaders made an umpressuve showung durung all North Hugh s sports events 4. 3. Cheerleadung squad thus year consusted of Front Row Pat Kuechler Darlene Harrus Ardue Peters Isabel Blanco Marcua Eruckson and Gerru Skaggs Back Row Leslue Turner Donna Haas Sandy McAndrew Judy Drage Ruta Zakes and Mary Ann Suzemore O 1 -s X 7 tj f . I , X ' I , f x I I . M. gf. I I -, , . , . . . . . . , . ' ' PK I I I X - . l l 37 . . I . . K I ' ,Qs ' X, 1: Q. .2 Q 3 Y 'sv R ., Q. g 5 A Q " ' A x 1 Q2 Se f 5 gr . V . . K 1' AL q q - . ' .I - : . I I ' I I I A ' : I I I I I I lO W1 4 fs 'I gs ' ' . ly 2 L an Charlotte studnes homework after school Buckley Blake Bonnne Rogers and Charlotte Sydbom lustenung to a phonograph Charlotte opens her locker before school begins lt was a prnvllege and an honor for North l-lngh to have as one of nts forengn exchange students pretty and vlvacn ous Charlotte Sydbom Overcomung the language barrier Charlotte proved to be not only an excellent scholar but an outstandlng person whose bubblung personality soon attracted the attention Phoenix Arlzona was an entirely different atmosphere from her native land Sweden but Charlotte adjusted to the new envnronment very well There were many customs and tradutlons whnch were strange to our Swednsh visa tor such as the eatlng of tacos and tortillas drive In movues and no snow during the Chrnstmas season Because of patsent observations and new experuences Charlotte wall brlng back to her country a new understand :ng of Ameruca especially Phaenux Arlzona and North l-llgh I -s 4 . ' :Q - . I l rg, . I . of everyone on campus. I I I I In . . I. I - I I D U I I I I . Exchange Students North Hagh wall always remember Make Recanos foreagn exchange stu dent Thas has been the tarst year that North was able to host two toreagn ex change students and the handsome senor from Guatemala proved to be an asset Make shared has knowledge about has homeland ats tradataoras educataon and entertaanment wath all Whale attendang North Make was veery octave He partacapated an many assemblaes and varaous clubs North hopes that Make wall never for get the happy tames and the traend shaps that have been shared wath ham i in-.. .AL Make talkang about an assagnment wath Charlotte I - I I I I I I - . A I mf . 2 K y ,Q 1 . X, . F" af! , 1 na. 'X i"x - v at f' - H . 5 1 X , A . 4 ' Q 52 , .H- ,fl , f' Lffyf yfwfgw dww fZw1?f fc -if vfff-flfzj ip ,.1,?l,1,C,fC,1.,Q, 5:5-5714! J,-Legg! Ag,-Cff gxjkj Q 6' . L n ewan 44-417 i kj 41,12 15 yicwt J? 7,3 . i 'f ' " J y , J if" div? u4c4,f0f C .XV-vft., J 44,44 C'1-9141 ff 1643 CLK N' fa' At the homecoming dance emceed by Larry Brockman the mam event of the evening takes place Students after school enjoyed the faculutnes Majorettes Barbara Brlttam Aretto of the corrai Toops and Duane Wuse helped add variety at many of the football games durvng the season ,LQ . , ,t - 1 55 A 1 d J ' 1 ' j 1- 2 V g ,J ,J 1 fy a rj t ff L Q 'P if y A lllEJ..?-.J Social Committee members decorate the goal post -'SL 'CS before one of the football games. Potty Phelps and John Adgmgon dis- cuss the operation of the voting machine. Members of the senior class build a snowman in front of the auditorium just before Christmas vacation. x db 5 N I ,.f - x ' A l Homecomung Kung Steve Cordon Homeccmung Queen Koy Anderson Recognuzung her lody luke pouse ond sulent groce North Hugh elected Koy Anderson os queen of the Homecomung gome ond donce In oddutuon to the queen three ot tendonts ond cu kung were chosen Steve Cordon student body presudent wos crowned ot the donce os Koy s hond some escort Grcuy eyed cund petute Myro Mortun wos nomed Junuor ottend ont Sophomore ottendont chosen wos Borboro Hughes Goyle Corpenter wos selected os Freshmon ottendcunt North Hugh elects royolty very rorely but when ut does only the most deserv ung ore chosen Junuor Attendant Sophomore Attendant Freshmon Attendont Myro Mortun Bcurboro Hughes Goul Corpenter , vm' 1 u S Q f'lu A A u- W, - - . .. I I - I - . - 1 1 1 I 1 ' , . Z, 6 , 1 :tp I l I . ,LA V ,.. LI' QI l Yolanda Leonard edntor of the annual guves up just before dead ne Belwmcl the scenes Annual staff during a typical 07 worklng CY l I 114--"'l' The earnest newspaper staff stnves to Members of the Roundup staff strnve to meet the demands of Barry Lerner editor sell pnnwheel buttons to Increase the In come of paper ,L 1 Mlke Aarnl and Carol Krahl pause for refreshments during the dance Many couples danced to the dreamy muslc which was provlded Blue and Silver Bull November Nocturne was the theme ofthe annual Blue and Sllver Ball whlch was sponsored by the North l-lugh Gnrls League Blue and Silver stars were set nn the center of soft blue lights The job of decorating was gnven to the .lun nor class girls Many couples seemed to have an enjoyable evenlng as they danced to the music of the North l-lugh Comets Refreshments and entertaln ment were also provided Ulf Opal Robertson and Robert Raven enjoy the annual ball 1 . -0' 13 't ll, . V Il II - g . . , y 3 ' y , ' lx, 'J' V . u fir N 4? J Q liz' li 'I . . ' if . V 3 J .sfg , .g ' h B .n ' , l ll to B l Fashion Show r Jane Beck tries out for the fashion show 'S Miss Sayre and Miss McCormick selecting the models for the fashion show The height of the current fashion was modeled this year at the Girls' League Fashion Show. With the coop- peration of all the tour councils, the Parisian Fashion Show was successful. All the proceeds were donated to the Foreign Exchange Student Fund. The clothes were given to the girls by Gold- water's, a leading department store. Tryouts were held and the girls were chosen on their poise and ability to model. Modeling were: Seniors Gayle Ed- lund and Judi Mahan Juniors Judy Drage Frances Gonzalo Linda Sperry and Barbara Williams Sophomores Jane Beck and Susie Polachek and Freshmen Debbie Redlick and Judy Hicks 1 - -li 'Kin Linda Sperry modeling at the tryouts 1 ' 1 ' I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 'ii' 1 1 it e 1 X I Q . i Q V 4 ' U -. , ,, L x , '- Cf' - Y .- . ' 1 . Fw- . ' fs , 4 I ' in -.-- X 1 f I . -' r i 1 -Q f',11,i, 1 R ., 1 ,FHA K Y n- A A. - f v 91 f ' f--Q l ' ' 4 -1' '11 5 VU' 55' 6 There was no place to escape the desperate women for Dotty Lngockn as she John Farnbach up a tree The obstacle course was a mere formalnfy an the Sadne Hawkm's day race Eager was a very good ad1ectlve chased -. 7 , , l new . . 'Ai ,HSV V, .. as gg ..q " ' ' 4 - . e , s r , . 0 , -L ' -..--l Q . ' V M 1 . ' ' Q61 - hu -' K N . -L". ' ' ' 1 - ' - .fi Y, A f.'j,j5::b .L , v' ' Y ' - 4 - " c f s r . . 1- -' .- , Q , , ' A m4'izvA-. , . ' ' V . - . ,,, A N .- s I - V ' Y-AX 4 ' W' exif, vt ,' K , sq 0 X A , , ,lf v , - Nj V A I X 5 X. A -A J ' w '- - ,,' ,, .A - .I ,V - ' :- , or hd" , I . Land o Goshen The Women Are Loose It was a gay time when inhibitions vanished and everyone become a live Dogpatch character. The annual Sadie Hawkins' Day was presented by the Junior class in order to raise money for the Cancer fund. An assembly featur- ing all the residents of Dogpatch in- cluding Li'l Abner, Daisy Mae, and Marryin' Sam started the festive day during which everyone, instead of dress- ing in regular school clothes, donned ragged garb. To conclude the celebra- tion, the students attended a dance. 10' Ty L XL s ,1 X ,l u Bev Bulla, Sadie Hawkins, persuading Bob Cone, Lil' Abner, to marry. Jim Beachamp, Marryin' Sam, and Jon Cohen, observer, watch Myra Martin, Daisy Mae, and her "catch" Bob Cone, Lil' Abner. Senior Pete Raubenheurner and Jan Taylor i Freshman candidates Barbara Davis and Dean Lehman Merednth Grant lunnor Dausy Mae LII Abner N Daisy Mae Sue Polacek and Dennis Abert sophomore candndates y . . . . , . I . ' 7 0 An .w 97 A .. Qt ' ' x -.--. - . V -.,5,vwWmmn'. 1 N-ln,-.,,.v 'M 5523.4 ,I ,. .- ' .V x , -Minn X . 2 . I ff . 4 H , x , A .' I , , f f . ' ' .' i . 3.1 Y -fa I 1 Talented Jam Ruccolo entertaunung the audience durung the A Capella concert Y rug. .h r F x , Jum accompannes many of the students durnng the assemblues Besndes playnng seven mstruments Jnm as an outstandnng student nn many ways and he recenved the student of the month award hd Under the supervasnon ot Mr Courter speech drrector many students receuved trophles for theur efforts Jon Cohen Phullup De Wolf Judy Patne Mr Cour ter Tom Basham Lynde McCIuntnc and Lewus Sclnatiander V fi 1 A NEW n nl Rl ' '. i V H , , i N '24, 'A , ' 4 T- In t v 5' .- "' H: A 5 , A hi,1'E.-K, 'L I I ' 1,0 L l 'v YV 5. r , 1 R- r ' M ki ff ,L A A K 4 V fi? 1 , 1 A I E-- t A Q. 'at 1 L . , q W 1' as A i I M- gil' ! E. , I if '?':1vg,,,sf.x.i LSJQEA gig. 44 ZW 'ya 45 a 3 1 onnue Wells presents the condadotes for Phoennx Mnlutory Queen " 1,1221-bm Gayle Edlud ond Ronnie Phullnps under the Gayle Edlund presentotxon of swords R Q T C Queen ' . l' A I - ,, ' ' , , we f V X ,, , I M ,V-,,, l , , - - 1- . wr y -fy -, , M U N 4- Ax, ,:,, 1, 4 4 Q , A Qifwf 'f,,gyQ'fi' 'l f':5W'4fT . 'fl 4' M ' Wg f if - f 5454 'if f 1 Agfa ' ' 1 I 11 x l ig l - E ' N L 1 ' - ' 'A ' ' fl ' ' ' f , 'W' nl? A? ff ' , , 4 - , -Q 1 O O ,. lx , , I ,.. ' m I K ' 'Q I - 'Q 1 1 . J ' Y . 5, K 7 M 7 A , , I 5, , - f I ' ' ' . n K Forrest Royolty North Hugh ROTC elected three representotaves two compony sponsors ond o bottolnon queen The sponsors were chosen from ony ofthe four closs es ond voted upon by the entnre bot tolnon Bottoluon queen condldotes were :ntervuewed nn the oudltoruum ond were olso voted upon by the entnre bottle group Compony sponsors chosen were Vick: Rotkowsks sensor ond Borboro Hughes sophomore Queen Goyle Edlund sen Selectung gurls to represent the schools wos begun durnng the school yeor I9-45 46 After the selection the gurls represented North an oll mllltory events such os Mulltory Night the Mull tory Boll ond Federol lnspectlon ior represented North in oll contests. K Vicki Rotkowski, Compony B sponsor. Borboro Hughes Compony A sponsor Most Outstanding Billie Jo Hicks and Tom Basham C7 ff' X Ax M af Outstanding students have made a name for the l96O graduating class. During the spring the senior "masts" were chosen, by the secret ballot of the graduating class. Selected best looking were Kay An- derson and Pete Raubenheimer Kay was Homecoming Queen and Pete was chosen the senior Li I Abner Jan Taylor and Charlie Oliver were chosen most popular .lan was student body vice president and Charlie was active in various organizations Seniors chosen the most outstanding were Thomas Basham and Bllie Jo Hicks Active for tour years B llie Jo served as president of Girls League Tom acted in many dramatic produc tions which were given by North High 'dim' Best l..OOl4lI'1g MQS1' Pgpulgr' Kay Anderson and Pete Raubenheumer Charlie Oliver and Jan Taylor . , ., i , - X 1, ,, ' ff fu , f' . . ff f 1 T ' , i X l A A 1' Ai 'Al 1 '2 ' l " Kv is ' K. Q 7 X,4'l ' A X17 li . l A l . V' y' I K4 l . l fl ' I 4 M ,V 4 ima ,f ffflk if ' ' . yy ,,,, ,Arr 5 H I Q L ,M fl C Most Remembered Most lukely to succeed were Gayle Edlund and Steve Cordon Gayle was un pom pon and was a member of the Natuonal Honor Socuety Steve was ac tuve un student government and was elected student body presudent Havung shown theur abuluty un sports Lou Kellogg and Dennus Daurman were acknowledged to be the most athletuc The class of l96O was proud when the mosts were announced These members wull long be remembered for theur bustlung actuvutues durung theur four years of attendung North Hugh For the past four years thus luttle man wuth the help of hus creator Ed Holdsworth has been marchung around the blackboards and through the newspapers of North Hugh Sometumes he looked and acted un vaguely famul uar ways but always how ever he looked he remauned the same humorous gent Here for hus last appearance at North Hugh us Mr X MGS? Wwg L4 uvx 0 K' P- """ it Wt-I 'P ,K 34 iq' :vga Most Athletuc Lou Kellogg and Dennus Daurman Most Lukely to Succeed H Gayle Edlund and Steve Cordon gust u u 4Nga-nu. 4741 " nv-4' flows wofrrll - ' 1 ' . . I ..., I ' ' ' ' wr- J-- - . , .... '- bv.. .bang . -., wm'.s . ' ', . . f'1f5'xf 151' ff . ' f -af A ' Lv. . . g N c Ava , ... . - ' v' , L, , 5 . ' ' n 'run' I . "-, ' ' - ' 1 bf A S I sh' fr ' ' -5- '14 I f ' . ff' -- . xfffv 'S , rf' nv Q N ' II Il M ' . ' get A Qi.. Q. . . . . . . . 4:,,,:? up .eg ' ' V 'ur . K J-f. , -Q . ,, . ' , "K :".l'?' , W ff wfiwarvuffg. . . I ly, , Mya. H4 jg,u,:j.-5, , A -, N.: R .5 . ' f5'f?'l',u A, .gd -1- uf-if ff "ei,-"ET I I I I - I I - - 11 H , .. , . . ,Q . f 5 u I 9 uf 'R ,u I 1 A Q y I 7 Z r' - V E' ' " Til -f f ' . 'Mika 4: 4 1- 'I ' . A J ul l . , ,u W , - A f 313 I' 'V . U ' 54 I, ' I y 4- . ' 7 I ,mln .Q '- , 4 f- ,. H . '-., " ,N , "1 'E'- , ' N 1 'jg'-.5 , i ,SHE-.,4,, ' -5 . VJ ' . ...:, f - A ,1-he . ,W ,J H' rs' "I In . u u uuuu llglull ' u .S .- 9' 41X lnspectung a fur were Phul Lucas Pat Lumpkun and Lewis Schatander Death Takes a Holiday After careful preparation by the cast and supervusuon by Mr Weuzer drama coach a tragedy was presented during the turst semester Tender and tense scenes were beheld un the drama Death Takes a Holiday Death came to earth un the form of a man and tell un love with a gurl Actors and actresses are outstanding at North Hugh, and they dud not tail to perform outstanding portrayals as they drew the audience unto the theme of the play The enture drama was per formed solely by the students who dud varuous uobs of make up, durectung, lughtung, scenery, and costumung Leads were given to Tom Basham, senior, and Cheryl Van Cleve, uunuor Supporting the leads were lrvung Docks, Gay l-lartwug, Tom l-lasserues, Jackie l-lolzner, Lewis Schatlander, Phil Lucas, Pat Lumpkin, Pam Wright, Den- nis Morrow, and Robert Oberly. Cheryl Van Cleve and Tom Basham un a dramatic scene from Death Takes a l-lo In a tense moment were Phil Lucas and Cheryl Van Cleve. Cheryl Van Cleve and Torn Basharn rehearsing for Death Takes a l-lolnclay P . 'l"r M r, Q ,X ' ' f X jf Many backstake preparafuons are necessary for a smooth runnung procluctnan Gay l-lartwlg Dennis Morrow Jackie l-lalzner and Phnl Lucas rn a scene from the play Rehearslng for The play are Gay Harfwng Jackie l-lalzner Cheryl Van Cleve Phil Lucas and Tam Hasserres Varied Entertainment An assembly was presented to the student body in observance of Brother- hood Week. Those of different races, nationalities, and religions participated in a skit which expressed the need of tolerance for all mankind. Anytown, U.S.A., which was the scene of the skit, gave an opportunity for Jon Cohen and Tom Basham to pre- sent speeches on tolerance. Linda Win- ters also sang "One World." A friend- ship circle was formed onstage to com- plete the program, and the cast sang many songs that expressed world friendship and love for all mankind. During the first semester the seniors presented their annual talent assembly. The theme was centered around the daily Mustang Bulletin, which is read in each homeroom class during second period. Included in the skit were such acts as a combo, a dance, and a comedy act. t E Y, I ,1 E 5 Z l 1, l fl 2 , 5. ,,, -. wif.-...M . sv-.. Enlivening the Senior Assembly with a iozz number were Nickie O'Quinn 2 5 In accordance with old traditions the Junior Class presented for graduating seniors the annual Junior-Senior Prom. Champagne and Lace was held at the Student Union Building in Tempe dur- ing May to celebrate the on-coming graduation, A dance band and tenter- tainment were provided. This final fare- well was indeed a memorable event to those who had completed their high school careert Doug Wesley and Connie White ascend the stairs of the Student Union, -r., Q3 Doug and Connie pause a bit during the dance x,. pv- ,KA WT,-,H 0 f' 1 . Tn ,, iwfwxg N' i ,.', VJ i My A xy , 'Ei , I' -if ,I -""' ' 1,15 fXf..,j1 'ai lx -. 9-7' 1' 1 F A zw ,fi , , N ' ' 5 J ' 1 6 ,B 022' fl M921 UL! P ffff 91 , . !66.,.5" J -4 -- 6 X lf. i f . fla-2 'f' ' 1 ff! 5.1 17,4 61-if. gi f 1490-ffl' L IC , f7,7 V XVQL ,X ,X F' fffgpj A ,3g',1c:'fp M f.f!,,i7fz1 ' If A uc Liz uff,'A.7fy,'L .J Q iffy? Xizffzff 1' 'ff A-.af 4 V - f 4?fZN!'Lc:,74624v fg' H ,V 51 FXOQC, E, E- . , 1 3 m..4.-if f". 4 ' , O . , V .Y 1 "ik, 114, ' . - ' I. 1 GfYML4d!LL1.fR2jJVJ JB f UL QV af' YM yy , up 1 tffx , 127 l ff , f wi EC flgwafjf 54? 'yr' Varsity Football players are Front Row: Dennis Meador, manager, Larry Brockman, Floyd Braaten, Ber- nie Weber, Wally Phelps, Bob Smith, Terry LeFevre, Larry Palmertree. Second Row: Coach Anderson, Sonny Stires, Carl Chase, Dick Bartholomew, Owen Kelly, Bill Beinlich, lan Pryde, Pat Jackson. Back Row: Joe Koch, Bob Conners, Carter Crile, Max Driesbach, Frank Hudspeth, Bob Lang, John Eager, Bill Joachim. l28 ,',,,,, ,wyg in ,, Sonny Stires carries for North. Football "lnto each life some rain must fall," and this seemed to be the year for the North High Mustangs. Despite a losing season, the Mustangs continued to fight for every game. We gained hard earned experience this year which will be vital to the team of '6l. Our rebuilding season was conducted under the auspices of our new coach, Pete Clark. Coach Clark comes highly recommended from Eloy, Arizona. - J. V. Football ll Ah. ',, v Other Varsity players are Front Row: Mike Hietz, Mike Love, John Cardon, Ken Colbert, Tom McMorris, Tim Riggs, mgr. Second Row: Jake Roberts, Terry Burson, Lynn Cherry, Bob Gordon, Bud Arber, Coach Clark. Bock Row: Dan Smith, Bill Tice, Fred Combs, Ron Swan, Mike Riggs. J .V .. , t 1 J to J ii Hi ir, Q J -Q J V J Rx x CXHK s ' -J F P Qv ' If 'M 4 4 it , 2 .N'fJ i ' " Junior Varsity Football players are Front Row: Ray Butler, David Hill, Ross Shannon, Joseph Wells, Jack Travis, lrbe Cain, Rich ard Philabaum, John Echeveste, Robert Burg, Edward Corral. Second Row: Rich- ard Pitman, Pete Atkinson, Mike Moore, Doug Dvojack, Charles Christy, Dennis Corrales, James Mur- phy, Robert Stimson, Marv Sapington, Terry LaDow, Gerald Naughton, Don Braaten, Bill Kondra, Back Row: Gary Paul, Jim Castelle, John Gouch, Wallas Hunter, Mike Lowry, Tom Flint, John Geames, Jon Thigpen, Ronald Bergamo, John Molnar, Bill Collins, Glen Martin. l29 North gains more yardage on a pass. An unidentified North High player is downed. Ronnie Swan carefully avoids a tackler. Season's Games Carnival ...... ...... P hoenix Union Tucson ............. .............. N orth Amphitheater ..... ..... T ucson West .............. ...,.. W est Carl Hayden ..... .... N orth Mesa ....,,,.,,, .... N orth Camelback .... .... N orth Yuma ....... .... Y uma Central ............. ................. N orth Phoenix Union ............ Phoenix Union - X . I I Q., 3. xv . ' N . R , I il .1412 KV. North High is downed offer o fast sprint. - PB.-dicwsb Y ,X f. The opposing ployers have gonged up on on unidentified Mustang Frosh Teams Frosh Football players are Front Row: Ray Pakay, Mike Otte, Richard Elias, Norm Kellogg, Ed Loza, Ed Patterson. Second Row: Benny Rruce, Ray Lowden, Anthony Bustos, Phill Havens, Karl Abrahamsen, Richard Yee, John Hoover, Back Row: John Hill, Vern Bronell, Bob Nelson, Milo Beck, Bob Templin, John Broberg, Jim Stewart, Ray Martz. ,sg fc Freshman Lightweight Football players are Front Row: Jack Robinson, James Witter, George Stimson, Bill Powers, John Seareck, Roger Woodward, Dennis Murphy, Doug O'Connor, Henery Harvey, Fernando Quezado, Second Row: Dan Brittain, Rick Miller, Bill Pritchett, Richard King, John Sarvella, Ron Tural, Mike Brannon, Kent Turly, John Hale, Cavid Mattingly, Third Row: Phil Waldron, John Reed, Clark Lowry, David Saddler, Steven Parry, Ken Slagle, Gene Cox, Curtis Simon, Richard Brown, Coach Bill Blair. 132 9 ' ' ill' 4 Varsity cagers are Front Row Bob Waller Doug Westly John Harrington Garry Greene Tim Myers Owen Kelly Second Row Darwin Brady Gil Monte George Franbach Dennis Dairman Mike Kennedy Jerry Wilhemy Coach Jiggh Hardt Jerry Wilhelmy tips the ball Varsity Basketball The Mustangs began their season Dairrnan scored 33 toward the final score of 57 40 North took a slow game from the Crims ot Yuma 38 26 Rallying from a halt time deficit the Mustangs were led by Dennis Dairman and George Farnbach Contributing 40 points toward the final cause Dennis Dairman led the Mustangs to an easy victory over West 72 43 was the tinal score O with a victory over Carl l-layden. Dennis I I Schedule Carl Hayden Yuma Yuma Mesa West Sunnyslope Camelback St Marys Central South Mountain Phoenix Union West Phoennx Camelback Mesa Phoenix Union Central Central Washnngton South Tucson Carl Hayden North North North West Sunnyslope North St Marys Central North Phoennx Unnon North Camelback Mesa North North North North South Tucson Dourman captures the ball an tnme George Farnbach lays one up agamst the Crnmmals Dennns Darrman broke the old cnty record of 43 points when he scored 62 ponnts during our second game agannst Carl Hayden The Mustangs played thelr best game of the season and won by the lopsnded score of 95 68 Carl Hayden .S.4.4. ............ .. North Action Shots Farnbach scores against the Coyotes. North loses a rebound to West. Dennis Dairman hit 41 points and led the Mustangs to a victory over the Sunnyslope Vikings. The 63-5i triumph was the fifth in a row tor North. North loses a rebound to West High. Dairman manuevers for a good shot. 18 and 3 The Mustangs kept thexr vnctory streak gonng with a wan over danger ous Camelback Dennis Dazrman and George Farnbach paced North with 20 and 13 ponnts respectlvely Takung advantage ot free throws North took a fast game from St Mary s 71 56 A17 point 3rd period made Den nas Daurman the game s Ieadung scorer wuth 36 polnts Led by Dennis Daurman and Mnke Keennedy North had no trouble defeat :ng Central 67 56 Q63 Dalrman goes over the opposnng player Dennns fthe Menace? Danrman drops one nn as Wnlhelrny screens the opposntron :IN . . l 6 gh I I ' 1 . I. 1 . 1 . Al' ' . . . 4 , - - rs . l - xg, v 8' , Y, A' 'x 9 , Q . . ' X , in t -' 7- Q I , W. K 53 'Q 'fa , L, t Time Out N 1 i f X Coach Hardt gives his boys some advice i i Farnbach moves to make another basket. Mike Kennedy makes a jump shot. 138 Fornboch tries ogcznn for o basket Dourmon dunks the bell More Action Shots Frosh Reds ond Blues i Freshmon cogers ore Front Row John Hole Russel Arnce Mlckey Dovls Rlchord Yee Back Row Jules LeBoyer mgr Steve Parry Jerry Simon Arnold Goodwin Jlm Stewart Coach Anderson 24 'll' 'ull 'Q in Other l-reshmon cogers ore Front Row Jerry Cornoyer Phnl Horvens Second Row Bob Flnlond Rodger Woodword Bob Stnrwolt Jock Robunson Paul Dudune Thurd Row Roy Pokoy Ron Wolters Malo Beck Junuor Varsuty players are Front Row lrby Caun John lglesku Andy Hansom Dennus Abert Ross Shan non CBob Connors absl Back Row Coach McDermott Ruchard Putman Bob McCann Doug Ewald Bob Brown Feft Cornoyer Ted Borek Wally Phelps Chester Lunder mgr CDennus Meadar mgr absl . . . . . . - ' I I I I . . . 1 I ' ' ' I I I I I I I I I 'I I 'I ' ' I I I Junuor Varsuty The North Hugh Mustang uunuor var suty had another excellent season Un der the durectuon of Coach McDermott the team fought and matured There us no doubt but that they wull be able to carry on the great basketball tradu tuon of North Hugh Muke Kennedy maueuvers agaunst the South Hugh Rebels Vorslty Cross Country Y P317 Bit'- ,gn I' Front Row Bull Nuchols Steve Potter Charles Berkuns John Sllverthorn Roy Schrnmmer Robby John ston Back Row Rlchord Young Jam Anderson Mlke Botcheelder John Hollowell John Fornboch A North Hugh homer leads os the runners come over the hull o . Nt I t 4 f! ' A A - , , , . Q 4, 1 I I I ' J .a M 1- , I I ,I P ' ' ,. ' 5150, , WML fo ' SQ J i . ,W Q , , V 6 f - I ,nr J A A ly A 1 1 1 ., is . M A I fp J ,. v9.2 Af! gm ,t I : I I I I I - ' : I I I I ' Frosh Harriers For the second year stranght North Hnghs frosh cross country team has taken the cnty chamuponshnp Wlth a strong team we took fave of the furst ten places and seven of the top fifteen We are proud of the freshman harruers of l96O Although our Varsity team dld not take the cnty champnonshlp we won a few places an the state meet Wnth John Snlverthorn and Muke Batchelder lead :ng the pack we had a rather success ful season for cross country -an-s,,., 07 Charles Berknns wins the cross country meet l X CQ' Front Row Ernue Palomuno John Reed Paul West John Ballard Doug Row Jlm Curtls Tom McGaIlaard Buddy Morrlson Terry Henderson, Delbert Luster. Chambers Coach Bullard Back l4 'XY I l l ll 1 t Ed Leonard is this year s number one man. 1'-,r,u'4Q4wf v!'C'4f'x"'x" ' ' ' ' x Nkkxx 4 k KKKA KK Coach Horne Jum Smuth Pat Murphy Craug Weath erup Bull Houts John Freeman, Pete Raubenhelmer, Duane Hyatt Don Vmson BoysTennm Mr James Horne ably coached the Mustang s Boy s tennis team agaln this year Ed Leonard and Pete Raublnheum er were number one and number two men respectively Thus year was one of the best for our team even though the competition was very keen Our boys spend many hours after school practncung their form serves and strokes to become the No. l team that they are. xx xxk K 1 ' ' ,KKXK X x 1 x N N X 'Y A Girl s Tennis Cliwffs Www 'W-ffl' H 'J .gr QQQM Km Fw W' R We W Varsuty Tennls ployers are Front Row Nancy Clme Lmda McColl Sally Neely Second Row Mass Wulklnson Judy Cowon Mary Struthers Shaela Wilson Back Row Pam Felton Sally Meltzer Lmda Pomeroy Janet Yuhos Lona Lee Lmda Mollen ng Freshman Gurls Tennls players are Front Row Pom Felton Sally Meltzer Lan La Rue Duonne Cor ney Sally Neely Bock Row Corol Moore Linda Pomeroy Lmda La Prattt Margery Poldvck Lona Lee Mnss Wnlkunson l4 I , I al . 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It is the opinion of the Hoot- beats statt that we could have no better honor than that which these boys have bestowed upon the student body ot our school. With great pride and admira- tion we present our national champions in review. Dallas Long fb ,a"'h:v fig: H ,,,"fr.-5 z, 4 . . I , , G 77442 ri-f in ! .xii L,-.nur Y, ' 0 ""' 3 x ' -, ,' JF, 1 ina it 1 " '. ' 1 ' ' 1. 'ef ' 1. '- . ua 2 v, .fav .xr-111927119 lpguk A '. . ' I - ' '. M -'us-Mvf'MX'Qff"4v-W--i L'4f 'fli "" . "' 'W - vp- , . ' .. -'-,A -A F4 . "N ' - . - 'C -f . ' j , ,, , f -.Q 1, M' -f f - . , -A .. ' -. W 'mu - - wa-ff." .4 5 -Q ., ' f f' V 1 , K, ', Aw :H-f w .f. 1 '-my EQ .V V. W, , , M., I- 3 -HM., "1 ,y ,pgs ., ' 'Uv' f ,- 1-"' j' ','d,.y-" ' ., - J , , 7 'I' ,f"j1gf. 2' fy- L - 1 .I ' 4942- ,iff 1-..' 3 'W' A A " A, ,. f V A w Q ff,.:'f,' W.f',A . . ' W ' ,, , ' 'R -f rf ,, vlwjgg' ,Q 1, ,X , f, X 3 ,' ' "' ' ., . .,.. . ' 4 Lf. ,', ' V' f ".,.f1S"' if V' . . 5 M , A me ' sz . . - ' f, 1 . ka I un, It '. 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N .f. ,H 7133 v- 'guy'-A -Q... . , z V I "1 '- zf' " A V J H,-.'.: -. g 4 ,, -A-j. yur. f , ,,f' k. .' -4 ,., ' ' 4 I sv F Vorslty oncl J V Trock Teoms Tl' Hp, A ACF Vorslty ond J V members ore Front Row Jlm Bullord Muke Aornu John Fornboch John lglesku John Hollowell Bull Nucholes Preston Droke Fronk Hudspeth Dennus Aberf Second Row Deon Leohmon Bob Cone Steve Booth Steve Potter Eddne Corrol Roy Schwummer Muke Love Thlrd Row Coach Wolfe Jlm Anderson Rnchord Young Robbie Johnston Crouge Tvwette Owen Kelly Rschord Elseby Back Row Joe Johnson Rnchue Jocobs Rlchord Patmon Make Rochuch Mules Lns ter Tom Flunt John Sllverthorne Bob Anderson goes up on ove rot I 2 feet Decathlon Winners L -H X i .J , sn l Frosh track members are Front Row: Steve Parry, Tony Taylor, John Ballard, Dean Lehman, Paul West, Ricky Miller. Second Row: Ray Pakay, Ken Slagle, Alan Galbreath, Bob Nelson, Ernie Palomino, Jerry Maurren, Terry McClure. Third Row: Arnold Goodwin, John Reid, Bob Ander- son, Del Lister, David Reed, John Hoover, Coach West. Back Row: Richard Yee, Fernando Que- zada, Decathlon winners are Front Row: Bob McCann, Dean Lehman, John Ballard. Bock Row: Mike Aarni, Bob Cone, John Silverthorn, Steve Potter, Bob Anderson. ,A ,, T.-v -.5 .,. in ,- J 5 L J s ' V ,, Q J 'Q WDM 5" f, Ii ' A LM5. U - ' i"'12' ry, rg, ,Y ec iv. A .gfgft A 5""" '- 1" , ' ' """.'.'IL ... my-. 4. ' Q5vKVH0z,,, , ' if xl'l"'4,4 ' ' ' 4 3' ,f 5 in 4. I ,,, WU, 5 il! ,Q . O L fs f. fr M 9 TRACK 4: MIK 58:1 Q' :RACK TRACE . .., g" -A ' - nr' N.s, H' ll' ' 1 ,4- is sf' in 45 " , 4 4 Truck Stars in Action fi ff if North Wins ' r 4 Joe Koch showes his prowess ot the high hurdles. uk i Qi I 4 r,'fZQfQgffM , E f , ,W My A.. , 7i jj tfi k, my fl ny , , 7 ,iii " fg"Pwi f w. V xv' ,.,, J, ' .,s"'?T as ,at ., ,". ' ' ,Qs avvffi fa , ' U - f P' ' ' ' M f . , J, , .. so . . ,, I sw 1.f , 1 ' - F I -ff' we ,N - 2. i -t. 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Preston Droke takes o handoff from Poul W IX 3 if .4 Jw., "Rm V Kal!! mm 1' mf NPHS Golf Team Coach Anderson gulded the NPHS golf squad through another excellent season North Hugh has had one of the best golf teams In the valley for many years Another tune tradntuon is benng establnshed at North This year Jim Lawrence IS number one man wnth Bull Mntchell followang as number two Jon Cohen has played a close thlrd the entire year X is NYT Front Row Ed Toza Larry Beck Tony Bustos Bock Row Bull Mitchell Hal Thompson Walter Kerswell Jon Cohen Coach Anderson Jum Lawrence absent Front Row Terry Joachlm Davud Muller John Echeveste John Wnlson Larry Lucket Bock Row Duck Barthomew Davnd Butler Make Coquette Mike Rnggs Bob Kung Pat Jackson Coach Clark Kurt Schraff wnns the match over an unudentlfed opponent Wrestllng The North Hugh Mustangs completed another successful season wuth one of the more powerful teams un the state Under the able guldance of Coach Pete Clark many of the young wrestlers have Improved lmmeasurably Next year s team has an excellent chance to be one of the best In the state I . 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I ' l I I I I ' : l I I I I I I ' I l I I 1 .imp Front Row Angelma Fachln Leah Cherry Sue Grayson Barbara Holzner Lou Kellogg Glenda Rau Andrea Agoyan Verna Mannlng Bock Row Margaret Mannnng Margaret Muller Betty Mnntz La vuna McAllester Edna Patchell Dianne Post Beth Stuckey Bonnie Mommon Annase Skousen va Margaret Miller and Annise Skousen tee off in practice. nv' "1ilI ill X n7s...,- GAA The Gurls Athletuc Assocuatuon con susts of the many sports munded gurls here at North Agaun thus year ut us be ung sponsored by Muss Brenneman Many sports are played durung the year These unclude seasonal sports such as volleyball fueld hockey soft ball and basketball Thus us un addutuon to the usual golf archery and badmun on The gurls feel that they profut from the sportsmanshup exercuse and the fun whuch they have The groups meetungs are held on Mondays and Wednesdays after school Front Row Barbara Holzner Lou Kellogg Margaret Mannung Bonnue Hamman Back Row Duane Post Verna Mannung Annuse Skousen W J:- A"'i---.i Hamann- '-,':'T"9'f 9 . 5 w 1 g f 2.2 : I 6 ! Qi. Fu ' ' g M.. u' ' - U f f X , . Q , u 4 L - " ' -, -Q .- L . W' . , -' uw hymns il , 5 'L 4 " gf ' ' lf, , 'f 35? -f 1 I ' u' ' T s T. s R ,. u aff if .. g, X s' T ' x.: . ' ' Q""'l' on V , i jr I , ff., .K .N W 1' t LT! qi- . M s 1 Y A -, , v, , : , ,. hs - W ' . . ' : , . . , . . . 1 I - M' I ' . ty ' L 1 1 - l' . A I, D ' . he .1,,. ,mm A ' - T" . I , . Intermural Baseball Front Row Gilbert Blanco Rvchy Chuate Ken W orenson Jzm Burns Bock Row John Geames Duck Wnllnams Dean Mousser U Again this year lntermural baseball was played by Interested boys The In termural teams are composed of boys from freshmen to varsity As the sea son IS held In December and January nt serves to get boys In shape Ted Fowler coached the :ntermural teams agaln This year The Trophy and championship was won by captaln Ed Wynn s feam ' I I 1 I J' J ff I I I Boseboll Achon NHPF R122 11: i I Ill!-Pi Uwlzll ug!!! ATI 'Sl 'W -W Bob Gordon ond Doug Westley turned an spectoculor performances ogomst Yumo x "U' bi 'U'- Efrw M 161 High s home games are played at Coronado l62 l ii if Y I A 1 mi M... 1 .T mu V3 We , 0 has-sand .np-.-p., 9 .J KL Q. . ' 'lvwwglfgs " Mn. , 03 .,x-' e.v'k'1 .4 nl ' ' 'QQ' vi Allen Bauer, Doug Westley and Paul Meka are the only seniors on this year's squad., This year's team has nine returning lettermen. More ' .L..1 Action U! New v'qr u 'na ,pf KI H6152 1 Nunn 'lg 4ffm North Hugh IS enyoymg one of the best seasons In the school s hlstory When this picture was taken North Hugh had lost only two games I 4' " .or 1 A 1 0 o ' . Y ' ii F' u: ' - --K--ff - ' fi , 1 3 1 - ef r, 'A k , Q' 3 - , f Y 3 ,, .. -.. - LJ , Lf L' ' kb 1 .. f t 'xt W ':'7'g---N-s-- M--.,.- s-+- L .1 M , . M ,WW ,,,,.,,.........- , X 1 4 ,W t 4 . ff 1 ff .A I' . 6 ' XI ' , 4 it x , ,X gl W 1-K ,M W ily - ,W is l . 5. w 'WW W' I x ., A 3- QIFQJ rv, ,gr-A 'vb of a' 4 15. 'Wh mf" its 4 L." 'Qt 1? North Hugh has ex celled defensuvely The Ncahoncl Sport Wlfh many returning ployers next yeor we w1lI have cz deflmte chonce to wan the chompuonshnp .Ju AS 5 1 Y fr-I A IQS .F-xii? uf SN 'igp Nl'-i Q. tl .' o I . 1 1 L, ' Ns ',, A , ef f. 1- f' ' fi? ' -1 jf' 8' 4 5' , , x ,ir - ' 5 ' - 'fy-. 'ff-qj' 33 4 .1 ."m:.g, ' . - 4 4' K ,Ml HQ .3 X ' 7, V , " r A , -- ' ,pgfy L' A '. ,ti 1 I ' 72 5 .ii 4 va Lin G K ' Z ,V ' x H K M , .5 g,!' V, .H t , . Axplk f I Q? l y44,': Hiya ' W' . 1 , . X 40' h I ' J' ' ' ' Q' 'Q . ' IQ' ' i e e f W' .' -" Q, Y 'f- - V -1w.M,., " 1. 1 s' - A e , -3 ve-f - ' 'I 1 l er! yf' 6 'gn Q25 " , 1 , .fn I ai 11 PM rx ee., ,MM - , ,e ,e - Ax 'W ,A QS 'gl ' v 9 : fl X x f I - ,, I , . 'QT' . X ' ' .Il-W , KL 1.3, V' h A V - v 'QT Wa- . I' .Q ' '. V k ,X f x A WV ,, N .,, .. x . .. . ifu V X 'f. -1' - - . l , . . . " . I 'T dh- " air.- - , 1-. . -, -..f -N N N- . . . - 1 - - " ' 1. ' K-VA CLASSES 4,4 A What a shot' Maury Staples presndent of the Semor Class poses for a qunck snapshot l Sensor, Class 0 cers J 1 X L! X 1 I g the Sensor Class thus year ns Q Staples presndent Jum Hanley VI9tpl'6SIdel'1l' and Clndy Buchanan secretary treasurer The Sensor Honor Court judges are Vlckn Ratkowsku and Lnnda Saxman wnth Yolanda Leonard serving as Girls League representative Among others the Sensor Class par tucnpated nn a talent assembly sponsor ed a sports dance after a football game and erected North s annual snowman Relaxnng from dutles of office are lfrom Iettl Lnnda Saxman, Vick: Ratkowsku, Jlm Hanley, Candy Buchanan and Yolanda Leonard J -Q! Q0 Abert Melvyn Adkms Beverly Albert Doraley Alexander Eluzabeth Allen Bruce Amudon Molly Anderson Glenn Anderson Kaye Armstrong Nancy Ashley Anne Attaway Charles Aue George Bangora Juduth Barber Patrlcuo Barc Lourre Barkey Dennis 5 1 Barnes Catherine Barnes Loren Barnett Sherry Basham Thomas Bauer Allen Baumann Barbara Beoty Barbara Beinlich William me ' ,'. .Q rv- fl ?.'ll:. Y -vu qw I1 ZX Beisel, Dayonne Bell Bonnne Berry Ronald Bertocchu Mnchael Bertonu Catherune Bnenfang Mary Blnder Alfred Burch Glorsa Blake Buckley Blake Judith Blanco Isabelle Bocchrno Beverly Bodily Kathryn Bodune Ralph Bokamper .luduth Boles Jo Marne Bond Earlene Bowden Judith Braaten Floyd Braden Jack Brady Darwln Brayer Beth Brmk Susan Breon John Brsstow Douglas Brnttann Barbara Brown Elaln Brown John Brown Stuart Bruner Douglas Bruner Jondell Bryant Norman JL Buchanan Cynthra Bundy Judith Burkuns Charles Burnett, Jerrllyn Burns James Calhoun Roy Canalez Geraldine Carter Ronald Cascuola Cesar Catalano John Catan Madelme Chapman Marnlyn Cherry Lynn Chrrstopherson Sharen Chnsty Mary Cmtnneo John " ,ws 'lp if 50-5 Clare Patrucua Clark Allen Clark Claudia Click Shlrley Coahran Wnlllam Coats Harold Coffelt Larry Cole Pamela Collard Darby Collms Twyla ,JP Cook John Cooper Brenda -" Cordon Stephen ?mAaL754y fb Corral Raymond Coseenza Suzanne ffm? ll? 'Z' inlet :V 2 J 193 -+- lk I in-V ' rgalcl Uffll FY. Maps are rapudly becomnug an smportant part of teacl-nng Pam Cole and Make Kennedy are havmg a look at the good old U S A wuth Mass Adams durmg her American government class 3 pr'-Q 1 nr r-v Delpler Kent Denton Steven Dewey Nelson Dollard Penelope Dugan Floyd Dworshak Ervnn Dzambuk Lydua Eager John Echeveste Elizabeth Edlund Gayle Eggers John Ek Gilbert Rx Y? 5 Wx ' 'R if Coulnette Roy Cowan Juduth Crule Carter Cross James Crow Jenny Lynn Crowe Jacquellne Cruse Margaret Cullumber Kent Docks lrvm Dalrman Dennls Daughhetee Peggy Lou Davus Geraldine Day Terry Dean Ronald i 1 Q-1 D 173 G J 4 as f E f l , g , f .Al J , ' , iii! ' ' . Q VS. j . . - X: -V G I s.V:l 7 ' ..,-4 J .Q 4 I 3 x 'Q X if -J' A ' . , Y ' ' gl 'fx A - ' 9 - I A, 4- . I v g 1 Q 1 ,Y Zif g- N ww si ' ,f 1 .dxf Vw, V, L N . I V 4 -,mgvim A llslrt J X Q s " El 'FT '.. if X J If Davenport! Marilyn we J f he 5 . I I yy X .. i I NX l X . ,ff V . 'xy I H. ,f ' 1 G .-,Vt 1 f 4' ff? - ' 'T V. s A X A ' "' uv J 4' E I, I 1 I I . a 7 J 1 . I . 3 I X Al I 1 1,5 . , 'J fe .A - . , -A: X. J ' g f lg v2j 'tf'x1A'5 - -, ffl ,.. , 7. G ll f "fl fff lf rf R9 Q' o-5 wi' .5 f Faulkner Sydney Ferry Gwenda Fetters Stephen Fuke Harlene Foreman Jack Cross James Foster Patncua Franzer Joyce 4 ,Q 4I5. ,QQ 5.44 C' Q-,JJ J mei? T Elder Lucinda Engles Davud Ernckson Marcla Estes Lee Estes Mary Ann Evans James Ewald Jack Forney Danna Frltch Karen Galbreath Harold Gant Jerry Gorman Judith Gemus Charles Gerbens Albert Germroth John Gruffm Ronald Gllllng Janet Gluck Rebecca Glover Floyd Goletz Mary HYQYP 'QW 'KW' wav-N W-H'?"f"Q?P :YY n.,g,,? Gonzales Penny Gorman Robert " Greenwell Mary Lou Grlffnn Luella W Harper Byron Harruck Mlchael Harrlngton John Hasserues Thomas ,.. XR Hearne Mary Hem Milan "' Helnrlch Roxanne Helms Ray dui- Grung Lando Grosser Davld Haas Donna Hall Sharon Hamm Rnchard Hammon Nelly Hanley James Hanneman Terry 1' i X Helsing, Sharon Hicks Billie Jo Hilton Linda Hlsey Robert Hoagland Robert Holdsworth Edward Hollowell John Holman Sally Holzner Josephlne Homes Shnrley Huelsmon Jean Hughes Patrnck Hummel Lynn Hyde Rochelle Isaacs Duane '4 lvan David Jackson Patrick Jarman Mary Joachnm Wnlllam .1 .gi ff Johnson Melvyn Johnson Nola Johnson Sharyl Johnston Joseph Jones Linda Jones Ray Jopp Robert Kalleres Elaine NJA 1 'bk' Kurce Dorothy Kurce Ralph Kunkle Wllllam Kurtzeman Jeffery 'T' 'EQWM el' 5+ W Lang Kathleen Lavasser Dorothy Leale Loretta LeBoyer Shelna Lee Terry Leonard Ed Leonard Yolanda Lerner Barry i ii X T7 Kastl Charles Keegan Juduth Kellogg Mary Lou Kennedy Mnchael Kenney Mary Keyes Davud Klncald Samuel Kung Robert Klelnman Peter Kobold Lawrence Koch Joseph Kracht Jeffery Krndle Karen Krupner Charlene Krystek Judith pi' 'UN 177 way 1 1 ww, 5 wgww M Sgi F? "'-,231 LeVar Gloria Levun Alexander Lewus Mary Sue Llght Linda Llndburg Jerrn Linder Flora Lombard Donald Lowry Judlth Luckett Larry Ludwxg Donna Lurnpkm Patrlcla Maake Marsha MacClary Donald Mahan Judith Malumphy Barclay Mann Nancy Marlatt Gerald Marrus Robert Marshall Charlotte Marshall Howard Martun Muchoel Matz Caroline McAllester Carlton McBurney Barry McCInntock James McCroy Davld McLaughlnn Thomas McLaughlin Lynette Meka Paul Me Edmund Mell Gordon Merrlll Marlys Meyer Jeronda Maller Gary Muller Margaret Miller Marllyn Mmtz Barbara Mmtz Betty Mushanec Sandra Mnshler Dorothy Molnor Gabrnel Morse Leland Mundy Thersese Munroe Muchael Murray Lynda Muse Albert Myers Dnanne Newport Dennis HF' X T7 Nw as VFW Nuckols Patncua Nlswonger Thomas Norris Eluse O Deli Fay Oliver Charlne Olsen Janet Olson Alan O Mahoney Mlchael 'S Parker Ruta Parkhurst Jana Passey Patrucna Payne Brenda Payne Sharon Pearson Gregory - Pete rs Arduth Peters Nancy Peters Tom Phelps Patrucua Phnlhps Ron Puerce Sharon 4' I Plotner Pat Pogson Gloria Post Roger Potter Steve Rhoton Robert Ruce Ruchard Ruggs Muchael Ruley Jamce Robbms Kay Romney David Rowe Rosyl Ryker Alan -ER 74 J s.-.rt Pryde lan Radobaugh Juduth Ratkowsku VICfOVlO Raubenheumer Lows Ray Carole Recmos Mnguel Redmg Teryl Reusman Nancy I 1 A -:7 'fr f A o P :1 "f'2iQ35r'i: Sabine Sharon Sabo Wayne Salyer Ron Sanders Norman Sapp Nancy Saxman Linda Saylor Linda Scannell Doris Schieder Todd Schiller Gary Schirmer Ron Schlieter Sally Schmidt Bonnie Schoffman Steve Schroff Curt 182 0-Q Schwimmer Ray Scoglund Judith Scribbick James Setzer Barbara Shorrit Paul Sharrif Ruth Shath Edward Shehl Nikki Sherwood Ken Silverthorn John Simmons Karen Simpson Van SV W1 at Speake Sharon Stanley Robert Staples Maury Stauffer Janace Stephens Lynda Story Nancy Stowell Gregg Sydbom Charlot Szymansky Dan Taylor Janice Taylor Roxana Tice Bill NTT' Smder Rnley Skousen Annuse Slafsky Carol Smith Robe Smlth Donald Smath Elda June Smnth Helen Smith Lando Smuth Marsha Smuth Ronald Smlth Vlrglnla Soderman Evelyn Johnston Shirley Solheum Lots Sorgatz Robert 3-7 . 183 Tennyson Mary Lou Terry Aletbo Thlessen Vlrglnla Thomas Betty Thomas Wilma Thornburg Paul Tnllery Kenneth Tolluver Shirley Torel Edward Trentum Margaret Troy Judith Trujillo Edward 008 ' 'zu suv fi? Tuohy Janice Van Luth Gerald Varney Mary Ellen Veronda Charles Vnrtue Larry Voorhes Mlchael Wallace Jon fx Waller Robert C Walters Carolnne Wann Tommy Warner Darlene Watson Robert Q K ,-5 Wnlson Thomas Wunter Llnda Wnse Duane Wolfe Glen Womack Marne Woods Sandra Young Kathleen Zalnmas Walter Zeek Porleen Zohner Dennns Zuehlke Jean Zundel Pamela Wells Sondra Wesley Carol West Vernon Westley Douglas Whalley Brenda Whnte Carol Whnte Constance Whute Robert Wlcker Nancy Wnkle John Wnlhelmy Jerry Walls Gregg 41' Q Smnlung Mlckey Narml poses with ser: ous Jlm Beauchamp for their Hoof beats pncture Leadnng the Junlor Class thus year ns Mlke Aarnu pressdent Jam Beauchamp vlce president and Mackey Norm: sec retary treasurer LaVerne Wilson as serving as Glrls League representatnve Carol Bouvea and Barbara Ong are both serving as Honor Court judges for the Under the guidance of these officers the Junnor Class sponsored the talent show the Junlor Senior Prom and the Sadne Hawkln Day actnvutnes They also sold class run and pennants lf Y l 1 M l-41 Nd ll Junior Class Cllicers Mnke Aarm somehow manages to com bane being a good student and a good sportsman along with has lab as Junior Class presndent What a trlo' The remaunlng Junior Class officers lfrom leftl Barbara Ong La Verne Wulson and Carol Bouvea I C I X . lrk ny: 4 1 L 1 . 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Tanner Carol Tarr Sandy Tharp Larry Thompson Beverly Thompson Q Tleman Carol Tutchenal Chrnstnne Tornquust Marnbeth Trncanco Elame Turnage Kay Tuerff Kerry Turner Leslse Turley Louise Upchruch Bullue Vuluborghl Pat Wade Janet Wa Idrnp Thomas Walker Carole Wallace Rlchard Walsh Kath: .nd "-We sl Walton DnAnne Wa re Constance Warren Mitchell Weotherup L1 nda Weber Bernue Weeks Phyllss Wells Joyce Wesley Sheula Weston Gwen Wetzler Pat Whlte Mark Wllkle John Wulluarns Barbara Wulluams Carolyn Wllllams James Wllson Bob Wnlson Sheula Wulson LaVerne Wnlley Carol Wnnters Carol Wmston Ronme Wasnnewsku Peggy Wutmer Paul Wrnght Pamela Q V -1- .. ' , aa J F - . ,l ' 1 Tx W 1 Q -1 ---. ' A - ' , - ff 'C ' f s 1 H ' 'vv ' 'l A . D A X N, A T 6, , f LTU' 2 -,tg-f ,v,A,,g, i xi 7 I' 1, If . ' . , I .' ' . H . - at In A - : ' -z . V- - gr . , f 'LL' - :K F W 1 f. xv,s,,:sQ5' ,,,. :. I ' lf ' , I , 2 Q b ll . 'P A .f V ' X . I nk X 1 K ' 'if ,X 0 , ' "r 7 A ' , -"4 ' A s V V -, ,, . 'Mg . 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Q, f I K hw ,MQ-Q ,J ' -i A 4, A u eff, Q Yazzre, Jenna Yee, Bennle Yee, Paul Yellln, Bull You, Sue Young, Gerald Zakes, Ruta Zaremba, Judlrh Zwelger, Carole Zyburo, Herman Stralns of soft or lnvely rnuslc Inght laughter and doncung characterlzed the sports dance whlch the Junlor Class sponsored earlller ln the school year These dancers seem to be havlng a wonderful tlme 'xr has Ac ' R rs, ' F N so x 4 , ff r Fa' no if . . 1 I Hard working heads of the Sophomore class are Ted Borek and Russ Ashley For new money ralsung proiects the sophomores sold white Mustang sweat shurts and a new Mustang pm They also sponsored a horror movue and a sports dance called Cupuds Caper after a basketball game " v Sophomore Class QHICSFS This year the Sophomore Class chose tor thenr otfncers Ted Borek president Russ Ashley vlce president Orlean Muller secretary treasurer Gerry Ga bay Honor Court Iudge and Dnana Marek IS servung as Girls League rep resentatnve Completmg the group of class ottlcers are lfrom left? Duana Marek Gerry Gabay and Orlean Muller Abert Dennis ACCardO Lllllan Ackerson Len Adonr Thelma Adams Sandra Adamson John Adklns Joyce Aldruch Patncua Alexander Donald Allen Fred Anderson Carol Anderson Cathy Anderson Loss Anderson Sharon Anderson Steve Ansel Joy Ashley Russell Atkunson Manlyn Atkinson Rlchard Aycock Allce Ayers Davud Azoyon Andrea Bafaloukos Leonard Baan Lando Baker Sharon Ball Donald Ball Roger Barker Ronald Barker Grace Barnhart Wnlllam Basko Edward Beary Freddle Beck Jane Belano Gene Bell Juanuto Bellamy Janet Bengarnun, Carol Benjamin Sharon Benner Philip Bergersen Eric Q6 5 f We 'ff' ,snr 'ld ,sm ,N "1 W 51 jeff . 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Docken Sandra Dodds Charles Doherty Grant Doskocul Raymond Dowmn Donald Doyle Patncla Drake Preston Drathman David Drensback Lauren Drankwater Stuart S-n Corrales Dennus Costelle James Coulnette Charles Covert Marnlyn Covlngton Karen Cox Ronald Craven Carol Crook Dianne Crosson Duane Culbertson Alan Coppola Rosemary Dake Donald Daniels Barbara Dougherty Patrucla Daughetee Lelua Daves Floyd Davvs James Davus Jeannette Davns Rene Day Sandra De Mert Charlotte Duckerson Sandra Duel-ml Barbara Dalbeck Donna 204 Duhamell Chester Duncan Ronald Earl Lindo Edwards Robert Eklund James Elsby Rlcbard Emery Wayne Emhoff Reba Epley Robert Espenshade Morne Estes Paul Eudy Henry Ewald Douglas Ewung Dwught Figueroa Carmen Feeley James Fngglns Bob Flam Robert Flunt Thomas Flnnt Trulo Foley Mary Fowler Roy Freuzer Suzette lt, 1 'fee of 'Wei A 1 YEWW' um ning- I if , gg A -0 'ff 'A-rw" -5 wi 1-'V 77 -vt aw X ,ABI N I an ww 'L ,,.4 4 WW Freeman John Freeman Patrlelq French Susan Freslrmley Rnchard Frntch Jon Fronheuser Karl Fry Lorolne Gabay Gerald Gaddes Pam Goff Barbara Gorruson Marla Gasaway Nancy Goss Judy Geames John Gubson Jerald Gilbert Jon Gilbert Star Glndt Denr1lS Glossenger Judnth Goodwin Carl Goodwnn Carol Gorman Dennss Gorman Nancy Graef Andrea I , 'A .-R. - ' ' . 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K Freshman Class Officers The Freshman Class officers for thus year are Malo Beck president Mary ane Stewart vnce presrdent Beverly Ong secretary JoAnne Hudson treas urer Aprul Hoots Cunrls League repre seentatnve and Rand: Soranson rs act ang as Honor Court judge The Freshman Class thus year partuc: pated In a talent assembly and sponsor ed a dance to rouse money l. xv ,T cd' x X+K Qll l .f l 4 'N 41' Abrahamsen Karl Aldrete Wayne Alexander Dale Alforone Teresa Anderson Robert 0 Q15 D.. 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North Hugh's ROTC unnt exercuse a sharp left turn 22 East Memos Q Phoenix, Arizona Phone ALpine 8 1581 2 iff' f'Q5'E51'5, PPVVVQY Y flli 0 J' .YTAPLEY COMPANY For All Your Sporfmg Goods Needs' 71h Ave 81 Van Buren PHOENIX Park Free bes:de fhe store THE STORE OF THE MODERN WESTERNER LL-J WX was and Wm Hhmpaf Q Elons Forst opplres makeup to Cherlyn Von Cleve Thot s not the way you do nt' Q ff I f if CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1960 rquheq 8404. , inc. SAM DEWITT REPRESENTATIVE 9 4 l 7 M b Fdunpanlmu p ouvufflw o ege f our hfe w1ll be fuller and ncher mf e W now I t u wgngs acc unt xmmedl y ho ever C6 y J And whe a ban er makes If IS ' ple e Wal l H have es sh ln he past ff Q77 'Winks The long wolf for the bell ifal QW og Sorne North Hugh sensors work on the ye0rS snowman CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1960 Founnln hgh, suvk. lunchn Fmo Candles Dmmn ! Upl'on's Candy Shops l6 E Adams lAdams Hotel? 123 E Washington l026 E McDowell 246 W Washington 501 W Thomas 35 E Camelback 20l E Washnngton lCoffee Shopl 19 East Adams Freeway Plaza 427th Ave and Bethany Home Rdl AL 3 Offuce and malllng address 530 W Van Buren The bug nught for the mllntary boys the Malntary a Phone AL8 Ol I5 5AXIlNG5 BANK- IB7 .5' For Young People Who Are Golng Places ' , - , Z l PV 0 0 4 9 v ' 5 a 1 I N , T 3 v ,P , 0 ' 'A f l of .A . V . 1 xoN NG- CORPORAT 5 an rzomm. ozrosli 'NWN o 242 .,,...,M,4,l ' flzltflflqyae l Congratulations to the Class of 60 5 P U H T I N E BRATT S E U U Il 5 ICE CREAM Home ofthe Royal Banquet OUTFITTERS FOR SCHOOL AND TEAM 2918 N 16th Street CR 4 9711 2929 N 'l6I'h Street AM 6 454 MW,,,,,,,.,.,,-vw The Sc ence build ng los f you d dn t k owl I K7 , 5' P- - , 71' ' I I V A 14' 11 " I , ' I I . - 9.5. , :gif 7 A ,M 1, A 1 F N ' f V ,M M ,,.,,,,,, , V 'ww A VN tl -f,Qvff.3-ns' , ,I 1- 94 .- I K l M .1 4 "JA I -. ' W E -. 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Senior Activities ABERT MEL Girls Glee Club I 2 A Cappella 3 4 A Cappella Treasurer 4 Boys Alliance I 2 Sadie Hawkins Day Activities Prom Com mittee Orchestra l 2 A Cappella 3 4 Oklahoma 3 Key Club 3 Art Club I ADKINS BEVERLY Transferred from Camelback High School Pep Club Parnassus 3 4 North High Players 3 Trl Lytz Tn Hi Y 4 Sadie Hawkins Day Activities Math Club ALBERT DORALEY Girls Glee Club I 2 A Cappella 3 4 A Cappella Treasurer 4 National Music Teachers Convention at Salt Lake City Tri Lytz Tri Hi Y 3 4 Pep Club 4 Latin Club I 2 Parnassus 2 ALLEN BRUCE Transferred from Scotsdale School ALLEN CLARK North High Players I ANDERSON GLENN ANDERSON KAYE Teens Against Cancer Representative 4 Secretary 4 ANDERSON SONYIA Transferred from Phoenix Union High School ARMSTRONG NANCY Student of the Week Award Homeroom Chairman 3 Junior Senior Prom Committee Stadium Club 2 3 4 Registration Office3 4 Future Teachers of America ASHLEY ANNE Social Committee 2 3 Student Body Recording Secretary 4 Workshop 3 Girls State Chief Justice of Supreme Court 3 Band 2 3 4 Secretary Legio Honoris 2 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Parnas sus I 2 3 4 Sadie Hawkins Day Committee Teens Against Cancer and Polio ATTAWAY CHARLES Student Council 3 Saint John s Indian Drive Committee 3 Drill Team R O T C U S S Arizona Drive 3 Legio Honoris 4 Cadet Mayor R O T C 4 BANGORA JUDY Student Council Glee Club Choir A Cappella Madrigals Pom Pon Parnassus Fidem Latin Honor Roll Pep Club BARC LAURIE Home Room Chairman 2 Student Council 2 Girls League 2 Senior Day Assembly A Cappella Choir 3 4 Advanced Girls Oklahoma Lead 3 Sadie Hawkm s Day Assembly Sadie Hawkin s Publicity Committee Sigma Phi Gamma Treasurer 2 A Cappella Assembly 3 4 Pep Club 2 Noma International Spelling Test 3 Office Assnstant BARKEY DENNIS Pep Club BARNES CATHY Girls League 2 3 GAA I 2 Pep Club2 BARNES LOREN Projection 2 3 4 BASHAM TOM Student of the Week Award 3 North High Players I 2 3 4 Best Speaker of the Year Award 3 Arizona State Drama Award I Speak for Democracy Contest 3 BAUER ALLEN Baseball I Junior Varsity 3 4 Basketball I BAUMANN BARBARA A Cappella Choir 3 4 Pep Club 4 BEATY BARBARA Homeroom Officer 3 Secretary Business English 4 Girl s League C uncil 2 3 GAA I 2 Pep Club 2 3 4 Parnassus I 2 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Counselor Assistant 3 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Secretary St Johns Indian Drive3 BEINLICK BILL Student Council I Honor Roll Parnassus National Honor So clety Wrestling 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Football 3 4 Vikings BEISEL DAYONNE Student Council 2 Advanced Girls Choir 3 Sigma Phi Gamma 2 Tn Lytz Tru Hi Y 3 Office Assistant 2 Music Department Assistant 3 4 BELL LYNDA Homeroom Chairman I Service Organization 3 Band I 2 3 4 Sadie Hawkins Day Activities 3 Legio Honoris 2 GAA I 2 Sigma Phi Gamma 3 4 Future Business Leaders of America 3 Pep Club I 2 Honor Roll 3 4 BEINFANG MARY Service Organization Representative 3 Pompon 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Parnassus 2 3 4 Sadie Hawkins Day Ac tlvitles 3 BINDER FRED Track BLAKE BUCKY Student Council 2 3 Homeroom Chairman 3 Co Chairman 2 Service Organization I Honor Roll I 2 3 Junior Varsity Wrestling I Sadie Hawkins Assembly 3 Pep Club 4 Legio Honorls I 2 BLAKE JUDY Advanced Girls Chorus 2 A Cappella 3 4 Tri Omega Ph 3 4 Office Assistant 2 3 4 BLANCO ISABELLE Band 4 Parnassus3 4 GAA I Honor Rolll 2 3 4 4 I I ' I - . 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I BARKEK CLYDE Girls' League Council 3, 45 Cheerleading 3, 45 Pep Club I, 2, 3, - I I I I I I I - BOCCHINO BEVERLY Servuce Organuzatuon I Glee Club I Advanced Gurl s Glee Club 2 Saunt Joseph s Junuor Auxuluary 2 Presudent of Saunt Joseph s Auxuluary 3 4 Pep Club I 2 3 Hostess Duty 2 Offuce As sustant 3 4 BODILY KATHRYN ANN Homeroom Co Chaurman I Future Teachers of Ameruca 2 3 4 Staduum Club 2 3 4 Parnassusl 2 3 4 Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Counselor Assustant 2 3 Buology Duspenser 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Bug Suster 4 Hoofbeats 3 BODINE RALPH Boys Alluance I Honor Court 2 3 Chuef Justuce 4 Student Councul I 2 3 4 Executuve commuttee 4 Boys State 3 In ternatuonal Affaurs Semunar Candidate Senuor Prom Commuttee Parnassus I 2 3 4 Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Math Club Vuce Presudent 3 Presudent 4 BOKAMPER JUDY Sadue Hawkuns Day Commuttee 3 A Cappella 3 4 Sugma Phu Gamma 2 Pep Club 2 Offuce Lab 4 BOND EARLENE Servuce Organuzatuon Chaurman I Bookstore Assustant Regustratuon Offuce 4 BOWDEN JUDI Scuence Duspenser 3 Offuce Traunung Assustant 4 BRADEN JACK Lught Crew for Plays and Assemblues Homeroom Chaurman BRADY DARWIN Basketball 2 4 Advanced Band 2 3 BRAYER BETH Class Chaurman I Student Councul I Oklahoma 3 Sadue Hawkuns Day Assembly 3 French Club Modern Dance BREON JOHN Transferred from Central Hugh 3 Freshman Class Representa tuve Boys Alluance 2 Cross Country 2 JV Basketball 2 BRINK SUSAN Homeroom Secretary 2 Pep Club 3 4 Senuor Gurls League Councul 4 Phu Tyo Y Teens I 4 Inter Club Councul Representa tuve 3 4 Regustratuon Offuce 2 3 BRISTOW DOUGLAS Vuce Presudent of ROTC Junuor Senuor Prom Commuttee Mulutary Ball Commuttee Sadue Hawkuns Day Actuvutues BRITAIN BARBARA Homeroom Chaurman 2 Majorette I 3 4 Head Mauorette 2 Tru Omega Phu Treasurer 3 Secretary 4 BROWN ELAINE Advanced Orchestra I 2 Advanced Gurls Glee Club Cappella 3 4 Phu Tyo Y Teens 2 3 BRUNER JONDELL Advanced Gurls Glee Club 2 3 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Offuce Assustant BUCHANAN CINDI Senuor Class Secretary Treasurer 4 Gurls League Councul I 2 Sadue Hawkuns Day Assembly Commuttee Round Up Staff 2 Presudent Sugma Phu Gamma 2 Ice Skotung Club 2 Leguo Honorus 2 Offuce Assustant 3 Regustratuon Offuce 4 244 BUNDY JUDY Socual Commuttee 4 Hoofbeats Staff Busuness Manager 4 Sugma Phu Gamma 2 3 4 Whute Caps 2 3 Latun Club Nurses Offuce 3 4 CANALEZ GERI Homeroom Chaurman 2 Sadue Hawkuns Day Sales Commuttee Sugma Phu Gamma 2 3 Program Chaurman 4 Pep Club 4 Hostess Duty 4 CASCIOLA CESAR Student Councul 2 Track Cross Country CATALANO JOHN Homeroom Chaurman Bowlung Club Cafeterua CHAPMAN MARILYN Homeroom Offucer I 3 Junuor Class Servuce Organuzatuon Rep resentatuve North Hugh Players 3 Future Busuness Leaders of Ameruca 2 Regustratuon Assustant 2 3 CHAPMAN RODNEY Cross country Track CHASE ROGER Cross country Track CHERRY LYNN Boys Alluance Representatuve I Homeroom Chaurman 2 Football 2 3 Varsuty Football CHRISTY HIGHTY Student Body Treasurer 4 Freshman Class Treasurer Student Councul I 2 4 Homeroom Chaurman I 2 Service Organuzatuon I 3 Executuve Commuttee 4 Pom Pon 3 Co Captain 4 Foreugn tuonal Conference of Chrustuans and Jews 3 I960 Whute House Conference 4 Parnassus I 2 3 4 Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Socual Commuttee 3 AFS Commuttee 3 Chaurman 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Sadue Hawkuns Day As sembly Chaurman CLARK CLAUDIA Gurls League 2 3 Band I Sadre Hawkuns Day Actuvutues Sugma Phu Gamma Y Teens Whute Caps 2 Offuce Assustant 3 4 Health Center Assustant CLICK SHIRLEY Pep Club 2 Leguo Honorus 2 A B C Latun Club 3 4 Nautulus 4 Parnassus I 2 3 4 Hoofbeats Staff Edutor 3 4 Sugma Phu Gamma 3 4 COAHRAN BILL Football Baseball Vukmg Hu Y COFFELT LARRY COLE PAM Gurls League Councul 3 Secretary 4 Homeroom Offucer 4 Sadue Hawkuns Day Actuvutues 3 Amerucan Fueld Servuce Commuttee 4 Talent Assembly Judge 3 Hoofbeats Staff 4 Sugma Phu Gamma Y Teens 2 4 Treasurer 3 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Parnassus 2 3 Offuce Assustant 3 COLLARD DARBY Student Councul 2 3 Executuve Commuttee 2 Y E S Repre sentatuve 3 4 Corral Board 2 3 Assembly Commuttee 2 1 1 , I 1 I I 1 -- I I I 1 1 1 1 I 2: 1 1 I I I I ' I - , . 1 . 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I 1 b 1 1 - I ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - D 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' SMITH MARSHA Homeroom Offucer 3 Advanced Band 2 3 4 Sadue Hawkuns Day Actuvutues 3 Ice Skatung Club 3 4 SMITH ROBERT C Homeroom Offucer I 2 3 4 Executuve Commuttee 2 Boys Alluancel Student Councul I 2 3 4 Football I Junuor Varsuty 3 4 Basketball I Junuor Varsuty Baseball 2 Varsuty Baseball 3 4 Vukung Hu Y 2 3 4 Presudent3 SMITH BONNIE Homeroom Offucer I 3 Archery Club SOLHEIM LOIS Transferred from Camelback Hugh School I Homeroom Chaur man I Advanced Band 3 4 Nursung Club Secretary I STANLEY BOB Kungs Club Charter Member STAUFFER JANACE Homeroom Chaurman Executuve Commuttee Servuce Organuzo tuon Representatuve Pom Pon 3 Whute Caps STAPLES MAURY Presudent of Senuor Class 4 Student Councul 2 3 4 Executuve Commuttee 4 Student Councul Conventuon 4 Homeroom 4 Homeroom Chaurman 2 3 Homeroom Co Chaurman I 2 Basketball I Double Quartette I Concert Chour A Cappella 2 3 4 Madrugals 2 3 4 Aruzona State Chorus I 2 4 Parnassus 3 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Latun Club Vuce Presudent 3 A Cappella Presudent 3 4 Natuonal Thespuans I Sadue Hawkuns Day Actuvutues 3 4 Meducal Munorsll Bug Brother 4 Marruage of Fugaro I Oklahoma 3 Our Hearts Were Young and Gay I Fune Arts Summer Sessuon I 3 Talent Assemblues STEPHENS LINDA Transferred from Central Hugh School Student Councul I 2 Gurl s Chour 2 3 Honor Roll Human Relatuons Assustant 4 STORY NANCY Class Chaurman I Class Secretary 3 GAA 2 Parnassus I 2 3 4 Tennus Club I 2 3 4 Whute Caps Co Chaurman 3 Offuce Assustant SULLIVAN MARY Gurls League Councul I Homeroom Chaurman 2 Junuor Glee Club Ice Skatung Club Student Councul Offuce Assustant 3 4 SZYMANSKI DAN Homeroom Chaurman I 2 Servuce Organuzatuon Representatuve Rufle Team Saunt Johns Druve U S S Aruzona Dnve Cadet of the Month Prom Commuttee Mulutary Ball Commuttee Drull Team Mulutary Nught Sadue Hawkuns Day Actuvutues TAYLOR JAN Class Vuce Presudent I 2 3 Student Body Vuce Presudent 4 Student Councul I 2 3 4 Homeroom Offucerl 2 3 Executuve Commuttee 4 Advanced Gurls Glee Club 2 A Cappella 3 4 Madrugals 3 4 Cheerleader 3 Assembly Commuttee 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Parnassus I 2 3 4 Parnassus Executuve Board 3 Parnassus Credentuals Commuttee 2 Sadue Hawkuns Day Actuvutues 3 Student Councul Workshop 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Athletuc Board 2 Cafeterua Control Board 3 Dausy Mae 3 Hopeful 2 Gurls State 3 Allstate Chorus 2 Gurls Natuon AI ternate 3 Gurls State Outstandung Party Offucual 3 TENNYSON LOU Transferred from Camelback Hugh School Homeroom Offucer 3 Advanced Gurls Glee Club 2 3 Tru Lytz Tru Hu Y 4 Lubrary Assustant 4 TERRY ALETHA Tennus Team I GAA I Tru Omega Ohu Tru Hu Y Treasurer 3 4 Tennus Clubl 2 THIESSEN GINNY Student Councul Homeroom Offucer Gurls League Councul Gurls League Cabunet 2 Pep Club Sugma Phu Gamma Tru Hu Y Honor Ro 2 3 TOLLIVER SHIRLEY Offuce Assustant 3 TRENTINI MARGARET Phu Tyo Y Teens I 2 Chaplaun 3 TROY JUDIE Glee Club 2 Pep Club 2 Future Homemakers of Ameruca 2 Future Busuness Leaders of Ameruca 2 3 4 Secretary 4 VAN LITH JERRY Transferred from St Paul Hugh School St Paul Munnesota 2 Football VARNEY CHARLES H Transferred from Cave Sprung Hugh School Roanoke Vurgunua Y Teens VERONDA CHARLES H Varsuty Band Advanced Band Servuce Band A Cappella Boys Glee Club Dance Band Orchestra VOGT JANE Glee Club I GAA I Pep Club I WALLACE JON Homeroom Offucer 3 Tennus 3 4 Cross country 2 Tennus Club 3 4 Pep Club 4 Bug Brother 4 WALLER BOB Student Councul 2 Varsuty Basketball 3 4 Band I 2 3 WALSH PAT Track WALTERS CAROLYN Pep Club 2 3 4 Gurls League 3 4 Sadue Hawkuns Day Actuvutues Prom Commuttee North Hugh Players I Sugma u Gamma Tru Hu Y Honor Roll Parnassus WANN TOMMY Boys Glee Club I Pro1ectuon 2 3 WARNER CAROL LYNN Transferred from Hughland Hugh School Salt Lake Cuty Utah Gurls Glee Club Offuce Assustant WARNER DARLENE Servuce Organuzatuon Representatuve I Advanced Gurls Glee Club Future Homemakers of Ameruca Secretary I WATSON BOB Student Councul I Pep Club I Kungs Club Secretary 3 4 ROTC Club I 2 Buology Assustant 25I 1 1 I 1 1 I - I I I ' I V - T - I , . . 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WESLEY CAROL Hoofbeats Staff 4 Latin Club 3 Sigma Phi Gamma Tri Hi Y WESTLEY DOUG Junior Varsity Baseball I Varsity Baseball 2 3 4 Junior Varsity Basketball I Varsity Basketball 2 3 4 Viking Hi Y WHALLEY BRENDA Library Assistant 3 Hoofbeats Staff 4 WHITE CAROL ANNE Stadium Club President 3 Corral Board WHITE CONNIE Student Council Executive Committee Social Committee Stu dent Council Convention Football Attendant I 2 WHITE ROBERTA Transferred from High School Victorville California Nurses Club Bible Club O sistant WICKER NANCY Transferred from Camelback Hi h School I Girls Glee Club Girls Choir 2 A Cappe a Tri Hi Y 2 3 Sergeant at Arms T :Tri Hi Y 4 WIKLE JOHN Boys Alliance RepresM? tudent Council I 2 3 Honor Ralll 2 3 4 KeyC assusl 2 Sadie Hawkins Day Activities WILSON, TOM Cafeteria Control Board 4' Hoofbeats Staff Assistant Editor Editor 4' Pep Club 3 4' Quill and Scroll 4' Orchestra I' Parnassus I 2 3 4' Sadie Hawkins Day Activities. WINTER LINDA Transferred from Central High School Pep Club I 2' Mixed Choir 2 3 Madrigals2 3 4 ACappella 2 3 4 Oklahoma 3 Girl s Trio I A Cappella Section Leader 4 Sadie Hawkins Day Activities 3 Big Sister 4 WISE DIANE Senior Girls League Council 4 Prom Committee 4 Orchestra I Advanced Band Malorette 2 3 4 Intermediate Glee Club 2 A Cappella 3 4 Oklahoma 3 Tri Lytz Tru HiY 4 Pep Club 4 Music Educators National Convention 3 Honor Roll 4 WITHEM MARY Cafeteria Control Board 4 Service Organization Representative 2 Tennis Team I Sadie Hawkins Day Activities 3 Prom Com mittee 3 Tennis Club I GAA I Phy Tyo Tri Hi Y 2 Pep Club 3 Registration 3 WOLFE GLEN Orchestra Chemistry Dispencer WOMACH VICTORIA MARIE Advanced Girls Glee Club 2 A Cappella 3 4 Madrigals 3 Sadie Hawkins Day Activities 3 Oklahoma 3 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Art Club I YOUNG KATHY Transferred from Camelback Hugh School I Homeroom Officer 3 Pep Club 3 4 Tri Omega Phi Tri Hi Y 2 President 3 4 Office Assistant 3 4 ZALESNY WALTER Football 3 WILHELMY JERRY Homeroom Officer I 2 3 Math Club I 2 ILLS GREG 4, fv Off K Q! fm, B 3- K! 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