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We are dedicating this annual in the memory of Mr. Weary, a former teacher at Tempe
Union High School. His untiring devotion as a teacher, sponsor of the annual, and as a
friend will always be cherished and remembered by those of us who knew him best.
When Mr. Weary came here in 1946 he taught general mathematics and civics, but by
1950 he was teaching only geometry and general business, both of which he enjoyed very
much. In 1949 he was appointed sponsor of the annual and continued to serve faithfully una
til 1953. Besides being sponsor of the annual he was also the photographer for several years.
He gave up much of his free time to develop and print pictures to meet deadlines.
In the remainder of his free time and during the summer months he was a partner with
his brother in the contracting business.
In so far as anyone could, Mr. Weary emulated the Teacher. He was devout and had
definite convictions, which he never compromised.
He lived for an ideal and that ideal was teaching. He took infinite pains with his stu-
dents and their Work, such as filing the work of every one of his students in separate
All that he did was never recognized by a great majority of his students and he was
never paid for all the extra work he did. His record of service exceeds any compensation.
We are reminded of Longfellow's words:
Through long days of labor
And nights devoid of ease,
Still heard in his soul the music
Of wonderful melodies.
These wonderful melodies continue as the inspiration of those who dedicate this an-
nual to Mr. Weary, teacher and friend.
A member of the student body of Tempe Union High School,
Billy Hogg proved his ability as a superior athlete, but to his school-
mates far greater was his everyday good sportsmanship.
We will not soon forget Bil1y's good humor, constant helpful-
ness, and spirit of fair play.
He had a great capacity for friendship-that's why young and
oldg in school or community life, everyone knew and enjoyed Billy's
companionship. He is still our friend and for his contribution to
Tempe Union High School we dedicate this page to Billy Hogg.
A1Do1ores Lola Gonzales
The report of the passing of Lola Gonzales brings a sense
of genuine loss to our school. She will long be remembered for
her personality and the good sportsmanship she always ex-
A member of the sophomore class, Lola was liked and re-
spected by all those who knew her.
Bernard will remain in our memory as a hard working boy
who took his studies seriously. He liked sports and was on the
varsity football team this past year. He was always friendly
and everyone liked him. He had a contagious laugh and seemed
to have a keen sense of humor.
Although Bernard Harper was not known to all the stu-
dents his death brought a genuine sense of loss to the student
Seated: Mr. Benedict, Mr. Ramsey, Mr, Owens. Standing: Mr. Moeur, Mr. Reeves, Mr. McMi11ian.
Board Of Education
We, the students of Tempe Union High School, express to the Board of Education, and the whole
community which they represent, our appreciation for the very fine facilities that We now have, and
the consideration we have received.
Three years ago to the members of the board a new high school was but a dream, a vision which
has now become a reality. The task remaining before them and us is still huge as work is being con-
tinued on landscaping and further plans for expansion which includes an auditorium, gymnasium,
additional classrooms now completed. Our gratitude is unlimited to the great efforts which they have
made in our behalf.
Seated: Harry Hallickson, Kenny Rivers, Bobby Bloom Paul Aldridge Verlme Bosworth Al Williams Niki Means Stand
ing: Mr. Boyle, Dave Pilcher, Buddy Bateman Mimi Means Dixie Randall Helen Skok Mark Westervelt Mike Goodwin
Sfudenf C ouncll
This year the student council has had an
exceptional year. Being in the new school
has created many problems. To cope with
these problems the officers and members
have all had to contribute and do their
share. It can safely be said that all of them
have done their best and the classes, which
they represent, can be proud of their rep-
Each year the student council members
and their dates have an annual picnic. Be-
sides this they sponsor the March of Dimes
drive at T.U.H.S., sponsor a dance, and
hold numerous other activities. They also
are in charge of the snack bar. The pro-
ceeds from this goes into the student coun-
cil fund, which pays for a part of the
cheerleaders' uniforms and extra things
the school might need, such as flowers
and operating the coke machines.
Mr. Benedict. Principal
Betty West, Secretary
Mr. Boyle, Registrar
Mrs. Randall. Secretary
Office Girls: Frieda Hallickson,
Carol Williams, Jerri Glover,
Katy Lee, Glenell Randall, Mimi
Means. Not shown: Noel Accuff,
Gail Blalock, Judy Spengler.
English 3-4-7-85 Freshman
Class Sponsor, Chairman.
Speech 1-25 English 5-6g
Thespian Sponsor, Senior
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Algebra 1-23 Latin 3-4g Latin
English 1-2-3-4g Journalism
Annual Sponsor, Dance
Biology, Civics and General
Science, Freshman Class
Chemistry, Ph o t ograp h y
Senior Class Sponsor, Chair:
Geography and Southwest
History, World History,
Driv!er's Training, Hi-Y
American History, Sopho-
more Class Sponsor, Chair-
Social Science, American
History, Girls' League Spon-
General Science, Physics,
Junior Class Sponsor.
Civics, Freshman P. E., Jun-
ior Class Sponsor, Chairman.
Trig., Algebra 1-2-3-4, Soph-
omore Class Sponsor, Na-
tional Honor Society Spon-
Home Ec.., Cafeteria Dieti-
Home Ec. 1-2-3-4-5l6, F. H.
A. Sponsor, Junior Class
Business Machines, Typing
1-2-3-4, Sophomore Class
Personal Typing 1-2, Gen-
eral Business, Business Law,
Senior Class Sponsor.
Geometry, G e n e r al Math,
Freshman Class Sponsor.
General Math, Algebra 1-2,
Geometry, Sophomore Class
Physical Education, G. A. A.
Art 1-2-3-4, Art Club Spon-
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Band, Music Theory, Boys'
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Freshman Girls' Glee Club.
Librarian, Y-Teen Sponsor,
Senior Class Sponsor.
General Shop, Metal 1-2-3-4,
Mech. Drawing, Freshman
General Shop, Wood Shop
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School has had a cafeteria and it has p
be a great successg Mrs. Gammage and
have done their best to please the stu
achieving this success. They have serv
balanced and attractive meals. Not only 2
friendly, but also cordial and courteou
This is the first year Tempe Unio
If you were to wander in the cafeteria some day
at noon, you might see this familiar scene. - -
William Knechtal w. 1-1. QPopD Miller Ernest Snvder
esson Lottie Dugger Jenny Collins
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cafeteria is used for banquets, dinners,
and numerous other things. It has
this past year.
sweeping and washing Windows the
also do yard work, wax and polish the
many other jobs such as these. Though
t as well known to the students as the
staff their iobs are, none the less, just
The cafeteria staff are hard workers as evidenced
by this picture.
Manuel Escalante Jr.
Manuel Escalanie Oscar Christman
Mimi Means, Girls' Representative: Mary Scott, Vice President: Frieda Hallickson, Secretary: Mark Westervelt,
Boys' Representative: Al Williams, President.
The Senior Class has at last reached its destiny. After many hardships and struggles we have finally com-
pleted four successful years of high school.
During our Sophomore year we originated a slave day which has become an annual event. In our Junior
y-ear we were very proud of the prom and banquet We gave the Seniors at the Westward Ho Hotel. One of the
events of our Senior year which everybody looks forward to is our ditch day.
The plays presented by our class were "Here Comes Charlie" and 'Take Care of My Little Girl."
One of our nicest privileges was that we were the first class to graduate from the new Tempe Union High
School. We want to thank our teachers, our advisors and Mr. Benedict for all the help they gave us.
Best wishes and good luck to the underclassmen!
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dentg Dave Pilcher, Boys' Representative.
The Junior Class has accomplished a year's work of successful projects. Some of these include: a pennant
sale, the annual Junior-Senior Prom and the usual dances and pep-rallies. The presentation of a class play en-
titl-ed "Men Are Like Streetcarsn in which everyone worked diligently to make a success.
We wish to express our deepest regrets and sympathies for a loyal member of the class, Bernard Harper,
whom we will always remember.
We are setting our hopes and goals for our last year of high school, with the idea of having a better class
which gained knowledge and experience to help us in our future efforts.
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Chloe Rader, Secretaryg Niki Means, Girls' Representativeg Harry Hallickson, Boys' Representative
Kenny McCarter, Vice Presidentg Kenny Rivers, President.
Row 1-Margaret Bates, Jerry Anderson, Marilyn Beall, Mike Alvarez, Norma Lee Andrus, Joe Atkins.
Row 2-Henry Arredondo, Concha Agirilar, Evelyn Bridges, Marjorie Bonham, Ollie Brinkley, Rudy
Row 1-David Blesh, Angie Canizales, Linda Carter, Betty Coffman, Hester Budd, Ray Brooks.
Row 2-David Badger, Shiela Brown, Kathy Burke, Ted Baker. ,
Row 1-John Cunningham, Armida Cota, Eddie Collins, Esther Cruz-, Phil Brown, Rachel Corral.
Row 2-Johna Davis, Gray Crabtree, Gloria Contreras, Larry Dipple, Carolyn Compton.
Row 1-Danny Gamboa, Sally Des Jardin, Bob Enright, Mary Lou Duarte, Scott Foster, Barbara Edwards.
Row 2-Judy Donharn, Guynn Eeds, Nancy Detrich, Elias Esquer, Barbara Ehrhardt.
Row 1: Gary Hall, Margie Groomer, Harold Harris, Delores Harrell, Harry Hallickson, Bemadine Harper
Row 2: Peggy Hogg, Benny Hill, Patsy Gomez, Daniel Hall, Kathleen Goodwin, Mel Huffaker.
Row 1: Dudley Gibson, Evangeline Flores, Don Gibbons, Marlene Foote, Sam Goddard, Eileen Gallagher
Row -2: Shirley Farris, Duane Goode, Rita Finn, Arnold Gatlin, Marjorie Goldman.
Row 3: Clem Acedo, Frank Haglin, Charles Gardner.
Row 1--Steve Hines, Wincle James, Allen Hodgkens, Carmelita Jimenez, Daniel Hall.
Row 2-Rawnie Ramsey, Dixie Kimball, Stella Kelton, Ruth Huffaker, Jerri Johnson, Barbara Jenner,
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Row 1-Lillian Kitts, Terry Lawson, Rita Martin, Martin Kempton, Carmolette Lamb.
Row 2-Kenny McCarter, Eva Martinez, Robert McCook, Marjorie McDowell, Karl Kiefer, Madelynne
Row 3-Gilbert Louie, Inabelle Lusk, Ronald Land.
Row 1: Elizabeth Montan-ez, Brad Smith, Rita Calloway, Lee Montgomery, Niki Means. Row 2: Carol Mercer
Furman Miller, Joan Morrow, Berkley Rich. Row 3: Fred Martin, Lucy Munoz, Mel Huffaker.
Row 1: Gayle Peters, James Newbern, Debbi-e Painter, Murlin Nester, Rawnie Ramsey, Wesley Moss, Kenna Faye
O'Conner. Row 2: Jerry Moore, Mary Noriega, Clara Ott, Peggy Paint-er,vJudy Pitts, Walter Nestell.
Row'l-Bill Reynolds, Ofelia Rodriquez, Lee Russell, Chloe Rader, Danny Peralta, Karen Rosbach
Row 2-Eddie Ryan, Mary Jane Reading, John' Ragsdale, Louise Pospicil, Kenneth Rivers.
Row l-Joe Soto, Shirley Temple, Susan Sutton, Sally Slaughter, Lloyd Stansbury.
Row 21Roann Scott, Robert Shaw, Van Alyce Smaw, Lydia Oliman, Bill Stewart, Lupe Serrano.
Row 1-Lewis Watson, Joan Totten, Carolyn Walls, Barbara Volger, Jeannette Wang, Ernieldo Subia,
Row 2-Linda Wainwright, James Stiebing, Patsy True, Jack Thompson, Mini Villegas.
Row 1-Gary Eaklor, Glerina Welch, Jerry Whitacre, Eleanor Williams, Charles Younger, Jennie Wil-
Row 2-Carl Hall, Margaret Zeigler, Marilyn Wheeler, Dee On Webb, Sue Westervelt, Kenneth White
Row 3-Duane Weary, George Weber, Gilbert Zavala, George Lennon.
' , Officers
Vicki LeBaron, Secretary, Tomelene Dyer, Vice President, Tony Chavez, Roys' Representative, Mike
Goodwin, President, Dixie Randall, Girls' Representative.
Row 1-Moe Ankrom, Cleo Black, Raymond Araiza, Joyce Arbough, Lewis Baker, Lewella Arrington
Row 2-Ida Beltraminelli, Pat Andelin, Henrietta Arbizu, Alex Arredondo, Robert Aubrey, Mary Lou
Row 3-Richard Ballesteros, Victor Arroyo, Claire Beasley, Kenneth Allison, Irma Acuna.
-Jerry Brock, Bonnie Budd, George Birchett, Viola Blea, John Blalock, Dara Corranza.
-Martha Bryant, Tom Bryant, Marily Carr, Warren Bugh, Wanda Bridges, Joaquinn Bustoz.
Row 3-Bobbie Carter, Pat Braman, Mervin Brown.
Row 1-George Collins, Jerri Clark, Karl Calhoun, Jane Craddock, Larry Cannon, Carole Cole.
Row 2-Aurura Cortez, David Cottrell, Mary Ann Davis, Tony Chavez, Tomelene Dyer, Robert Church,
Row 3-Kay Cummins, Kathy Downs, Fred Carroll, Hershell Cole, Margaret Coulter, Mary Cummings.
Row I-Dale Compton, Bill Cunningham, Diena Fritz, Bob Connolly, Donald Gibson, Judith Franklin
Row 2-Barbara Everts, Henry Gamboa, Danny Daneils, Jackson Day, Valden Cram, Carol Estrada.
Row 3-John Earle, George Escalante, Tom Cruise, Bob Craddock, Gilbert Felix.
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Row 1-Sandra Garton, Ruben Hernandez, Henery Gonzales, Eddy Harrison, Danuel Gunderson, So-
Row 2-Bob Gomez, Jean Gabbard, Douglas Hand, Velia Gonzales, Harald Hein, Sonja Fuller.
Row 3-Mike Goodwin, Alden Hibben.
-George Hollenbeak, Virginia Guerra, Richard Hume, Juanita Guerra, Richard Jones, Margie
-Irene Haraughty, Royce Hunt, Belia Herandez, Richard Guerra, Nancy Harper, Bruce Hunter.
-James Ingram, Kenneth Hitchcock, Ruth Haglin, Ruth Heikkila, Tony Hodge, Lorenzo Hinojosa.
Row 1-Bruce Larson, Elayne Hiatt, Robert Knechte1,'Helen Johnson, Hugh Laird, Josephine Hernandez.
Row 2-Shirley Isaacson, John La Paglia, Muriel Hodan, Howard Kelly, Evangelina Hernandez, Gordon
Row 3--John Landon, Jack Kennedy, John King.
Row 1-Barbara Kettering, Lewis Ledford, Diane Land, Ronald McDonald, Ophelia Lee, Jerry McEnroe.
Row 2-John McClure, Barbara Lang, John Lusk, Vicki LeBaron, Eucevio Martinez, Sandra Leffler.
Row 3-Dorthy Le Beau, Jean Knechtel.
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Row 1-Ray Montgomery, Kay Matzell, Harold Messinger, Janet Lyon, Ronald Mercer, Barbara May
Row 2--Delois Loveless, Rarnon Mount, Sally Lopez, Ronald Moore, Virginia Maas, Kenneth May.
Row 3-Gordon Moody, Bobby Martinez, Melba Davis, Hector Martinez, John Martinez.
Row 1-Gail Moss, David Ragsdale, Betty Morgan, John Renkerna, Saranell Miller, Bobby Armola.
Row 2-Earl Oats, Elizabeth Morre, Paul Roth, Eleanor Mendez, Paul Parter, Mary Molina.
Row 3--Wayne Peterson, Joe Artega.
Row 1-James Shumway, Marie Oakely, Paul Rogers, Margaret O'Malley, Danny Sando, Bonnie Null
Row 2-Shirley Pence, Richard Shafer, Nanine Purcell, Harold Robinson, Rita Nelson.
Row 3-Carol Nelson, Gail Roberts, Alice Nakatsu, David Rickard, Mary Barrett.
Row 1-Dixie Randall, Tommy Stabler, Lora Rhodes, Laird Simpson, June Phyllips, Billy Spranger.
Row 2-James Sliver, Mary Pigg, John Southern, Becky Pilcher, Bill Stewart, Sally Ann Ravencraft
Row 3-Larry Smith, Stanley Sims, Ron Stakebake, Tom Soto.
Row 1-Patty Stamm, Kenneth Witse, Barbara Shannan, Stanley Thompson, Kale Tidwell, Juan Valen-
Row 2-Jessie Valenzuela, Dee Ann Rivers, Bob Valdez, Betsy Swafford, Wayne Van Kirk, Josephine
Row 3-Richard Bergeron, Alex Urbana, Teddy Stokes, Ricky Tschilar.
Row I-Carol Ulery., George Wood, Janice Tschilar, Howard Youngs, Dora Viramontes, Frankie Windes.
Row 2--J im Warne, Nona Whitley, Donald Jeisy, Nancy Lou White, Cornelius Verdugo, Elba Umfrid.
Row 3-Billy Younger, Allen White, Myrna Kay Tucker, Alicia Valenzuela, Manuel Vital.
Some members of the Annual Staff
nn Scott. Baba
The aim of every yearbook editor is to present to
the students a better annual than in previous years.
Our staff has put forth many hours of work for the
"Horizon'i and though it may not be our best, we have
done our best to make it so.
I want to express my gratitude to all the staff mem-
bers who worked so diligently on this 1954 yearbook.
Without them this annual would not be what it is.
Special thanks go to my assistant editor, Kathleen
Goodwin. She gave up many things to work on the
annual and under her editorship the 1955 edition of
the Horizon is sure to be one of the best.
Jo .To Craddock
Jo Jo Craddock, Mr. Warnken, Kathleen Goodwin
Eleanor Williams, DeeOn Webb, Rawnie Ramsey
John Blythe. art editor.
Pictured on this page are the backstage crew
of the Annual Staff. Although you may have
come in contact with the photographers, it would
be impossible to realize just how much work
goes into developing and printing pictures. Mr.
Corno, Harvey, and Melvin have done a fine job.
Roann Scott and Barbara Jenner have also
done more than their share of the Work, N0 mat-
ter how much work was piled cn them they man-
aged to get it done.
Jo Craddock, Kathy Goodwin, Roann Scott, Barbara Jenner, and John Blythe.
Mr. Corno, photographer.,
Seated: Mae Nell Dare, Business Managerg Sheila Getz, Girls, Sportsg Jo Ann Bouorques, Reporter. Stand-
ing: Nancy Jo Swafford, News, Helen Radewald, Featureg Connie Null, Editor'-in-chiefg Bobby Bloom,
S ortsg Ray Verdugo, Advertisingg Bill Doyle, Exchangeg Frank Williams, Make-upg Mr. Warnken, Spon-
As beginners in September, eleven
journalists have made history this year,
organizing a staff and beginning reg-
ular publication of the "BUFFALO.,'
Starting as a mimeographed paper, Vol.
1, No. 5 was presented to the Student
Body on December 23 as the first print-
ed newspaper in the history of the high
school. It is published bi-weekly, sold
to the students on a subscription basis,
and is entirely self-sustaining, using no
school funds whatever.
On April 3 the staff sponsored the
first annual "Press Ball." The "BUF-
FALO" has endorsed the Exchange Stu-
dent Program, ballroom dancing les-
sons, and has waged a continuous cam-
paign for safe driving by teenagers. The
mail edition of the paper now numbers
seventy-five and the paper is sent to all
parts of the U. S. and to three foreign
Barbara Clemens, Vice President, Lois Glover, President
Debbie Painter Secretary.
Seated Miss Evans Sponsor Lois Glover, Miss Bowyer, Sponsor.
Standing Dorthy LeBeau Kay Cummins, Barbara Jenner, Debbie
Painter Glenell Randall Barbara Clemens, M1ckeyAZ1egler, Kathi
leen Goodwin Betty Morgon Mary Lou Pyle, Sherie Pease, Jerri
Glover Barbara John Elna Rae Simpson.
Girls League is an organization to which
every girl in the school belongs. This is
primarily a service organization. In De-
cember we furnish a Christmas Box for
some needy family. In the spring We
have an All Girls Dinner and a Senior
Mother Daughter Banquet. Also during
the year there are three conventions, each
at a different school. This gives the girls
a chance to become acquainted with other
girls from all over the state. We also spon-
sor a dance, pep rally, Kiddie Day,,and
other things to provide entertainment and
recreation for the High School.
To start out one of the most active years in Y-Teens history at THS, one
hundred enthusiastic girls turned out for the first meeting. First on the calendar
of events was the annual car-wash which was a big success. A conference of all
the Y-Teen clubs in the valley was held at the Boy Scout Pueblo, October l0th
and 11th. Five girls represented the Tempe club. Another hug-e success of the
year was the Glendale football dance with music provided by the Sun Devil
The initiation of new members was called Sunday Best Day where all the
initiates were required to wear hats, heels and hose. The recognition service
and Thanksgiving dinner was held at Harman's Ranch Restaurant. Three other
projects in October and November were, serving at the Red Feather Kickoff,
providing information booths at Open House and making a scarf to be sent to
Brazil for the Scarfs Around the World project of the Y.W.C.A.
On December 16, the Y-Teens decorated the school for Christmas and had
their annual party with gift exchanging. They also had a part to do in the
Christmas assembly, December 23. Projects for the rest of the year were, a
taffy-pull in January with the Hi-Y boys, a Valentine formal for Y-Teen mem-
bers and dates, a bake sale in March and a trip to Rosemary Lodge, April 9th
Pat Andrews, vice president, Janice Selleh, and l0th.
secretary, Gail Blalock, treasurer and
Rosalind McMillan, president.
Members pictured: Pat Andrews, Janean Ankrom, Cecelia Baca, Sharlene Beal, Gail Blalock, Ollie Brinkley, Mildred
Bublita, Marilyn Carr, Carole Cole, Lois Coppinger, Rachel Corral, Aurora Cortea, Jane Craddock, Hazel Dunn, Evelyn
Eickhoff, Phyllis Folkel, Lois Frazier, Dena Fritz, Sonja Fuller, Eileen Gallagher, Sheila Getz, Irene Gomez, Ruth Ann
Haglin, Eleanor Hansen, Shirley Isaacson, Carmen Jimenez, Marilyn Kelly, Barbara Lang, Janet Lyons, Eva Martinea,
Rosalind M.cMillan, Martha MeSloy, Eleanor Mendea, Vicky Mendea, Juleen Merrill, Joyce Mezes, Alice Nakatsu, Bonnie
Null, Connie. Null, Janie Phillips, Jo Ann Pigg, Mary Lynn Pigg, Becky Pilcher, Carolyn Powell, Chloe Rader, Helen Rade-
wald, Rawnie Ramsey, Marilyn Rav-encraft, Sally Ravencraft, Dee Ann Rivers, Gay Rogers, Ofelia Rodriguez, Karen Ros-
bach, Carol Scott, Janice Selleh, Elna Rae Simpson, Judy Spengler, Susan Sutton, Claire Tenny, Kayle Tidwell, Jane
Tucker, Myrna Tucker, Carol Ulery, Clara Urbano, Dee On Webb, Sue Westervelt, Nancy White, Eleanor Williams, Jeannie
Kay Williams, Peggy Williams, Gwynne Yates, Roberta Yates.
Y'T9en Pe? Rauif Colleciing money for the polio drive at the bridge.
The Hi-Y is a club that emphasizes clean living, clean speech.
and clean sportsmanship. We are forty-three members strong
and everyone has taken part in one activity or another.
The club had two projects this year, one was to sell Christ-
mas cards for the Y.M.C.A. World Service program and the other
was helping to coach and officiate the little league basketball.
Among our many activities this year was participating in the
Hi-Y basketball tournament, participating in the Hi-Y Model
Legislature, sponsoring a dance, and having numerous parties.
Bobby Bloom, President: Pat Shelly, Vice-Presi
dent: Ray Verdugo, Secretary: Terry Cool, Treas
urer: Tom Monson, Chaplain.
Mary Lou Martinez, Irene Gomez, Lois Coppinger, Carlos Ramirez
Spanish American C lugyf
Unification and organization of this club has
brought forth a new name,'which is "Spanish
American Club." It's membership embraces
not only the Spanish speaking, but all stu-
dents who are interested in Spanish Language
Plans for the year included annual picnic,
parties and the 'fBiggest and Best Dance of
The club has been sponsored by Miss Ida
Price, who has worked very hard, using her
own time to make this club a success which
we feel it is. Thanks to Miss Price.
M1ss Price, Ginger Newbern, Gloria Contreras, Eva Martinez, Irene Gomez, Clara Urbano, Virginia Guerra, Virginia Varela
Ester Cruz, Eva Flores, Lucy Munoz, Concha Aguilar, Lois Coppinger, Cecilia Baca, Carmen Jimenez, Carlos Ramirez, Hec
tor Martinez, Okie Rodriquez, Henery Gamboa, Ernieldo Subia, Mike Verdugo, John Martinez, Rudy Arroyo, Frank Lopez
Steve Hines, Oscar Alvarez, Joe Soto, Clem Acedo, Bobby Valdez, Jesse Valenzuela.
Row 1: Virginia Maas, Janet Lou Lyons, Carol Ann Nelson, Andrew Nichols. Row 2: Sue Westervelt, Margaret Bates, Sally
Slaughter, Donnie Wines. Row 3: Mary Barrett, Marilyn Beall, Carmolette Lamb, Jerry Whitacre. Row 4: Jo Ann BoJor-
ques, Kay Lidgard, Ollie Brinkley, Birkley Rich. Row 5: Launiel Bridgewater, Marjorie McDowell, Russell Gunderson,
Lafin , Club
John Blalock. How 6: Mr. Walsh, Kathy Burke, Duane Cookus.
Russell Gunderson, Presidentg Sue Westervelt, Ilalgmlgscookus' Russell Gunderson, Andrew
This year the Latin Club went through many changes.
For the first few months it's advisor Mr. Walsh, kept it nretty much under his wing. Under
his directing the name of the Club was changed to Legio Romunorum or Legion of, the Ro-
mans. A new constitution was adopted and new officers were elected.
Legio Romunorum was then turned over to its officers who strived to make clearer an un-
derstanding of Roman culture.
The officers elected this year were Russell Gunderson, President and Sue Westervelt, Sec-
Sitting: Barbara Lang, Jane Craddock, Rawnie Ramsey, Donna Jo Meredith, Mary Scott, Clara Ott, Darlene Tschilar.
Second Row: Barbara John, Lois Glover, Mary Ellen Monson, Jo Craddock, Alicia Crabtree, Sylvia Crosby.
Standing: Kixie Kimball, Frieda Hallickson, lnnabelle Lusk, Jane Ann Phillips, Cora Lou lson, Peggy Coulter, Mrs. Oakley,
Sammie Karren, Joyce Lancaster, Helen Johnson, Rita Nelson, Margaret Bates, Rita Martin.
F.H.A. corner in the Home Economics Lounge.
F. H. A. is primarily an organization for
girls who take home economics, but other girls
can join. The Future Hom-emakers of Amer-
ica is a national organization and has members
In F. H. A. the girls have a chance to bet-
ter the relationship in their families and to
become better citizens by participating in
school and community activities. Th-ey do this
by working on degrees, which encourage these
Mrs, Oakley, who is the sponsor, has given
to the club much time and effort. The mem-
bers wish to express their appreciation for all
she has done for them and F. H. A.
, F. H. A.
Officers: Sitting: Lois Glover, Mary Ellen Monson, Jo Craddock, Darlene
Standing: Jane Ann Phillips, Barbara John, Sylvia Crosby, Alicia Crad-
A newly organized Science Club, Echoes of
Einstein, was formed this year at Tempe Union
High School. Miss Huey was named the sponsor
and the officers who were elected were: Ben
Givandan, presidentg Jean Hollenbeak, vice-
presidentg Lucy Ball, secretaryg Ford Holtzman,
science scout. The purpose of the club is to in-
crease knowledge of science.
The members worked on individual projects
for a science fair which was held in April. Stu-
dents entering from Tempe were Gail and John
Blalock, Jack Foster, Ben Givaudan and several
Freshmen. Miss Huey helped the students in
their work, but she could only give them advice
because the projects had to be their own crea-
Row 1: Duane Weary, Frank Windes, Kenny White, Pati Hodgklns Elba Sue Umfrid Christine Kaufman Lee Russell Ford
Holtzman. Row 2: Sally Slaughter, Jean Hollenbeak, Lucy Ball Gall Blalock Laird Simpson Ben Glvaudan Sam Goddard
Andy Nichols, Joe Atkins.
Sitting: Jo Ann Bojorques, Helen Radewald, Connie Null, Nancy Jo Swafford, Sheila Getz. Standing: Mae Nell Dare,
Bobby Bloom, Frank Williams, Ray Verdugo, Bill Doyle, Iris Rhodes.
This picture was taken at the Quill and Scroll initiation
dinner. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Benidict, Della Mar-
tin, Mr. Corno, Mrs. Warnken, Jo Jo Craddock, and Kathleen
Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is newest official honorary organiza-
tion at THS. A charter was granted in the fall of 1953,
and the first meeting, and initiation banquet was held in
Phoenix on March 17, 1954. The Executive Secretary of
the International Quill and Scroll Society, an Honorary
Society for High School Journalists, approved the entire
11 member staff of the "BUFFALO" as candidates for
membership after submission of Writing samples and ap-
proval of the journalism sponsor.
Attending the initiation banquet as 'honored guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. Benedict, Miss Della Martin, Mr. and
Mrs. Warnken, Mr. Corno, Miss Jo Jo Craddock and Miss
Kathleen Goodwin. Miss Della Martin was selected as
Honorary Sponsor at the first business meeting, and the
Chapter is officially listed as the Della Martin Chapter
of the Quill and Scroll Society. Permanent officers will
be elected next September. Mr. Warnken is named as
The officers are from left to right: Lois Coppinger, secretary-
treasurerg Karen Mount, vice president, John Blythe, presidentg
and Miss Jones, sponsor.
These three officers are all very interested in dramatics.
Karen Mount, who had the lead in Take Care of My Little Girl,
has also starred in several Little Theater Plays. Lois is very good
at dramatic readings and has done several in assemblies and
talent shows. She was also in the senior and the junior play. John
too took a lead role along with Karen in the senior play. Besides
being in the play he also planned the set, along with Miss Jones.
At the beginning of the year the Thesp-
ians had only a few members, but by the
end of the year had increased the number
During the first semester we attended
several plays at Phoenix Little Theater and
Arizona State College. Second semester We
sponsored a night of one act plays, the best
one of which was used in The Valley
Row' 1: Mimi Means, Karen Mount, Noel Acoff, Glenell Randall, Lois Glover. Row 2: Jaretta Davis, Janetta
Davis, Gwynne Yates, Jo Jo Craddock, Elna Rae Simpson. Row 3: Ray Verdugo, John Blythe, Ro Ro McMillan,
Marilyn Rogers, Sammie Karen, Lois Coppinger, Miss Jones, Gayle Blalock.
Row 3: Janice Sellah. Marv Bussing, Ro Ro McMillan, Sheila BFOWH, Gleflell Randall, Rita Martin, EUQH 0V9F0CkGI', Judy
Donham, Ray Russell, Laird Simpson, Murlin Nester, Sue WeSfGI'V91'E, Kathy Burke, GIGUC1-H Roberts, Joan Williams. Mal'-
Row 4: Peggy Williams. Martha McSlov, Nancv Jo Svvafford, Lois Frazier, Darla Bowers, Pat Wood Pat West John Will
Gene Cleeland. Jack Foster, Frank Heab, David Blesh, Doug Hand, Sammy Karen, Rose Marie Matthews, Peggy Hogg:
This was the first year that T. U. H. S. had an advanced
rls glee club. This glee club is made up of girls other than
at of the freshmen class. They were a very active club in
e school and raised enough money, through bake sales,
nces and dinners to go on a Spring Concert Tour of Arizona.
The officers were: President, Phyllis Hebnerg Vice Presi-
nt, Barbara Clemensg and Secretary-Treasurer, Beverly
The Advanced Girls Glee Club looks back happily on a
ry successful year under the direction and guidance of
Sitting: Ro Ro McMillan, Publicity Managerg Phyllis
Hebner, Presidentg Barbara Clemens, Vice Presidentg Bev-
erly Clemens, Secretary-Treasurer.
Standing: Robert West, Vice Presidentg Larry Judd, Pres-
identg Gene Cleeland, Secretary-Treasurer.
Kneeling: Mae Nell Dare, Sandy Thomas. Row 1. Edna Rae Simpson, Joan Hollenbeck, Lois Glover,
Jeanette Wang, Jerri Johnson, Dena Fritz, Pat Braman, George Montgomery, George Hollemback,
Claire Tenny, Margaret Coulter, Barbara Shannon, Myrna Tucker, Danielle Semon. Row 2. Jean Wat-
son, Tomaline Dyer, Madelyne Kleen, Mary Pigg, Joyce Jones, Sally Arbol, Jean Hollembeck, Carol
Nilson, Barbara Kettering, Becky Pilcher, JoAnn Pigg, Richard LeBeau, Steve Hines, Frank Windes,
Launiel Bridgewater, Phil Brown, arolyn Compton. Row 3. Shiela Brown, Harold Hein, John Blythe,
Our band under the direction of Mr. Wells has presented us with unusual
routines. They have contributed to our sport activities.
Jean Watson. Danielle Semon
Doug Hand, Ray Russel, Russell Gunderson, Eddie Ryan, John Will, David Blesh, Eddy Layton, Karl
Kiefer, Bruce Stipek, Arthur Earle, Torn Bryant, Dwayne Weary. Row 4. Richard McLain, Pat Hodg-
kins, Mary Bussing, Nancy Detrick, Shirley Issacson, Rose Marie Mathews, Jerry Whitacre, Joe At-
kins, Rudy Arroya, Eddy Richardson, Benny Hill, Charles Lucas, Gary Eaklor, Laird Simpson, Bill
Springer, Dick Linder Gene Tucker.
0 Row 1. Pat Hodgkins, Claire Tenny, Mary Bussing, Elna Rae Simpson, Joyce Jones
Row 2. Ed Richardson, Bruce Stipek, John Blyth, Gene Tucker, Richard McLain
Jerri Glover, Katie Lee, Marilyn Brechan.
Buffaloe Gals-Kneeling: Mary Lou
Acuff, Karen Mount, Glenell Randall, Mimi
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Serri., Buiialo shown leading a yell at the game with
me-wefe Gilbert in the district basketball
Kenna Faye O'Connor, Peggy
Sylvia Crosby, Irene Gomez.
Cheerleading is not all fun, because it takes constant ef-
fort and practice on the part of the Cheerleaders to enable
them to stay together. Their job is to promote school spirit
among all the students. Although the spirit this year wasn't
quite up to par, Marilyn, Jerri, Katie, and Glenda all did a
Because Katie had to join her parents in California we
were left only momentarially without a cheerleader. We
were fortunate to have as a runner-up a girl who could learn
all the cheers on such short notice. We the students, salute
Glenda Roberts for h-er accomplishment.
Ten pom-pon girls are selected by Miss Price and other
judges at the end of the year for the following year. All the
routines are made up by the girls. Because of these original
routines our pom-pon girls are considered some of the best
in the state. They 'are always ready and willing to entertain
us at our football and basketball games.
The Buffalo Gals are shown about to begin one of their
favorite routines t'When The Saints Go Marching ln" in the
upper left picture. Another of their favorites is "The Bunnv
Hop" pictured in the lower left picture. In the upper right
they are parading on Armistice Day with the band.
Row 1: Irene Gomez, Carmelita Jimenez, Lucy Munoz, Sue Morgan, Janice Tschilar, Niki Means, Hester Budd, Rawnie Ram-
sey, Chloe Rader, Glenna Welch, Judy Benscoe, Eleanor Williams, Helen Skok, Mrs. Armstrong. Row 2: Jerri Clark, Rachel
Corral, Carol Scott, Kenna Faye O'Connor, Debbie Painter, Roann Scott, Sheila Getz, Connie Null, Helen Radewald, Carol
Williams, Dee On Webb, Jeannie Williams, Glenell Randall, Marie Mascari. Row 3: Elizabeth Montanez, Gloria Contreras,
Eva Martinez, Ofelia Rodriguez, Pat Andrews, Mary Lou Martinez, Van Smaw, Eleanor Hanson, Peggy Kelly, Cecilia Baca,
Lucy Ball, Jerri Glover. Row 4: Marilyn Brechan, Davis, Linda Wainright, Marilyn Rogers, Donna Jo Meredith, Kathleen
Goodwin, Marilyn Ravencraft, Beverly Maddy, Kay Costly. Row 5: Peggy Painter, Lydia Hernandez, Patsy Gomez, Carolyn
Powell, Concha Aguilar, Mary Lou Roman, Georgene Brock, Cherie Pease, Mary Lou Pyle, Patsy Waggoner, Noel Acuff,
Elba Sue Umfrid, Evelyn Bridges, Barbara Ehrhardt.
Donna Jo Meredith
. . . President
0 Marilyn Brechan, Gwynne Yates, Judy Benscoe, Noel Acuff, Lucy Ball, Marilyn Rogers,
Carolyn Powell. Not Shown: Glenell Randall, Mary Lou Martinez, Connie Null, Joyce
Jones, Pat Andrews, Donna Jo Meredith, Mary Lou Roman.
Left to right: Helen Skok, Carol Williams, Lucy Ball, Patsy Waggoner, Carolyn Powell, Georgene Brock, Mary Lou Pyle
Marilyn Brechan, Mrs. Armstrong.
These are some of the pictures taken at the G. A. A. Initiation. Girls can be initi-
ated when they have -earned one hundred points or more.
The girls could not wash, set, or comb their hair, nor wear make-up. They had
to wear either a stripped shirt and a flowered skirt or a flowered shirt and a stripped
skirt. They could not speak to boys and they had to address all G. A. A. members by
Row 1. Dick Hicks, Paul Aldridge, Dave Pilcher, Connie Smith, Tom Motz, Tom Monson, Okie Rodriguez, Jim Sims, Sher-
Row 2. Don Gibbons, Kenny Rivers, Gene Tucker, Duane Cookus, Bill Harris, Pat Shelly, Donnie Williams, Mike Moeur,
Jimmy Nakatsu, Bobbie Glover, Buddy Bateman, Al Williams, Larry Harrell, Coach Zucco, Coach Younger.
Row 3. Ed Hunter, Howard Matchsnig, Sydney Pearson, Tom Davis, Delvan Painter, Bruce Stepek, John Christian, Kenny
Seehafer, Don Reynolds, Mark Westervelt, John Dana, Mel Huffaker, Mike Patterson, Bobby Bloom, Coach Miller.
Howard Matchsnig, president and Larry Harrell secretary-
The Tempe Lettermen's Club is made up of boys who letter
in the various sports-football, basketball, track, tennis-and
their managers. There is no distinction as to what class the
boys are in. If they letter in a sport when they are freshmen
then they can become a member at the end of that year.
With the money that was made from the concessions stand
at the football games, they bought new uniforms for the
Buffalo Gals. This has also been done in the past two years.
At the end of each year the boys who are eligible to join
the club are given a big initiation. The boys are made to do
various things. but the initiation the past year or so has been
relatively mild compared to previous vears. This event is fol-
lowed bv a father and son banouet which is a verv nice affair.
A new constitution has been written for the club. I
nromises to make the club into a better organization for th
boys who do letter in sports.
Row l. Zane Brannan, Roland Cool, Okie Rodriquez, Carlos Ramiriz, Frank Verdugo, Frank Lopez, Mike Alvarez, Donny
Williams, John Cunningham, Jimmy Nakatsu, Ruben Blea, Mike Goodwin.
Row 2. Coach Boyle, Al Williams, Isaac Montanez, John Baker, Kenny Rivers, Buddy Bateman, Sidney Pearson, Dave
Pitcher, Tom Motz, Bobbie Glover, Mike Moeur, Pat Shelly, Coach Wynn.
Row 3. Clem Acedo, Connie Smith, Frank Williams, Del Painter, Pat McCracken, Jack Naterson, Billy Hogg, noward
Matchnig, Bobby Bloom, Jackson Day, Dick Hicks, Mel Huffa ker.
V Coach Wynn and Coach Boyle
Varsity Football Schedule
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Row 1: Henry Gamboa, Jessie Valenzuela, John Martinez, Ricky Tschilar, Walter Nestell, Harley Shaw, Jack
Row 2: J. H. Shumway, George Escalante, Jackson Day, Danny Peralta, Sammy Goddard, John Ragsdale, David
Ragsdale, Earl Oats.
Row 3: Mr. Zucco, Carl Hall, Robert McCook, Harold Harris, Lee Montgomery, Jim Woodring, George Weber,
Ronnie Moore, Jerry Anderson, Mr. Younger.
Row 4: Kenny McCarter, Ray Brooks, Bob Enright, Scott Foster, Karl Kiefer, Henry Arredondo, Tony Chevez,
Ray Araize. '
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Roberts, Jim Warne, Richard Jones, John Southern, Don Jeisy, Ronnie Moore, Mr. Younger.
Row 2: Mr, Zucco, Bill Steward, Joe Escalante, Bob Valdez, Joe Rundall, Hugh Laird.
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September 18, the Buffaloes
opened the season with their old
rivals, the Casa Grande Cougers.
In the first quarter Connie Smith
recovered a fumble in the end-zone
to tie the game 6-6, but the Cougers
only bounced back harder. The Buf-
faloes loosing so many lettermen
from the class of 1953 did not help
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On September 25 the Buffalo-es
traveled to the border city of Nogales
to meet the Nogales Apaches. The'
Apaches were really on the war path,
but the Buffs gave them the battle
of their lives. Mike Alvarez ran 60
yards for the first touchdown and
Mike Moeur made the other touch-
In this game the Buffaloes showed
signs of real teamwork. They gave an
outstanding performance and really
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invaded our home territory. The Buf-
faloes had several breaks and after a
hard fought game the Cardinals walked
away with a 32-0 victory.
On October 3 the Buffs traveled to Coolidge
to play one of the best games of the season. In
the first quarter Mike Alvarez ran 65 yards for
a touchdown. John Cunningham ran 69 yards for
a second quarter touchdown and he also scored
again in the third quarter. The Buffaloes missing
one conversion caused them to loose 20-19.
The Buffaloes went down in -easv de-
feat on November 6 to the Carver Mon-
archs. The Monarchs are one of the
toughest teams in the state. Our team
tried hard, but the odds were against us.
The game against the Superior Panthers was
the closest we came to winning this year. The
score was tied 13-13 when the game end-ed. Last
year we also tied the Panthers with the same
score, 13-13. It was a verv exciting game as all
the Tempe fans were rooting hard for a win.
Kneeling: John Dana, Paul Aldridge, Don Reynolds, Tom Davis, Mike Moeur, Mike Patterson. Standing: Dick Hicks, Okie
Rodrequez, Clem Acedo, Herbert Gregan, Lance Martin, Buddy Batemen, Don Gibbons, Coach Miller.
Shown are Don Reynolds, Coach Miller,
and Paul Aldridge.
Coach Miller and the students at Tempe
Union High are proud of these two boys. Don
Reynolds was chosen as captain of the all-
conference team and Paul Aldridge was
chosen for the second team. Don's position
was center and Paul's was forward. They have
both worked hard and really deserve these
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right to be happy-we won!
Row 1. Henry Arredondo, Scott Foster, Kenny McCarter, John Cunningham '
Row 2. Dudley Gibson, Karl Kiefer, Sam Goddard, Bob Enright, Harry Hallickson , '
Row 3. Sidney Pearson, Danny Peralta, Gray Crabtree, Danny Gamboa, Mike Alvarez,,Coach Grim.
.luhior Varsify and Freshmen
Row 1. Donald Jeisy, Jessey Valenzula, Teddy Stokes, David Ricker, Johnny Martinez, Moe Ankrom, Ricky Tschilar,
Row 2. Paul Rogers, Wyane Van Kirk, Alex Urbano, Tony Chavez, Rarnond Araiza, John Yanagi, Danny Daniels, Tom
Row 3. Earl Oats, Mike Verdugo, Hector Martinez, Jerry McEnroe, Alex Arrendondo, Lorenzo Hinojosa, Larry
Wyane Peterson, Harold Messenger, Coach Zucco.
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Row 1. Cave Ragsdale, Tony Chavez, Bobby Martinez, Johnny Martinez, Alex Arredondo, John Landon, Rickie Tschilar
Row 2. Coach Miller, High Saird, James Shumway, Richard Jones, David Richard, Mike Goodwin, Elias Esque, Jerry Moore
Gordon Lenhardt, Jerry McEnroe, Teddy Stokes.
Row 3. Don Jeisy, Scott Foster, Sam Goddard, John Ragsdale, Bill Cunningham, Lorenzo Himojosa, Ramond Araiza, Alden
Hibben, John Earle, Richard Ballesters.
1954 J.V. and Freshmen Baseball Schedule
March 12 .................................................. Chandler
March 19 ........,.......................,................. Chandler
March 23 ....... ......... C handler
March 25 ..... ......... B rophy
March 30 ....... ..,.......... G ilbert
April l St. Mary's
April 2 .St. Mary's
April 6 .Chandler
April 9 St. Mary's
April 13 ...... ......... G ilbert
April 14 ...... ......... B rophy
Junior varsity teams of any sport are no?
brought to the attention of the students, but
the boys who do go out for them work just as
hard as the members of the varsity sports. It
pays off for the boys in the long run, because
eventually they are put on varsity teams
where they get credit for their service.
Baseball is no exception. The freshmen
and junior varsity team members work out
every day the same as the varsity baseball
team. Some are looking forvvard to a success-
ful season on the varsity next year.
Coach Wynn. Coach Zucco
Row 1. John Blalock, Carlow Rameriz, Bobby Valdez, Harry Halickson, Danny Garnboa, Mike Peraltl, George Escalente
die Collins, Valenzuela, Berkeley Rich, Fred Carrol, Henry Arredondo, Frank Williams, Karl Calhoun.
Row 2 Pat Ken Allison, Eddie Harrison, Margarito Chavez, Frank Lopez, Duane Webb, Larry Harrell
Roland Cool Tom Motz, Buddy Ba t-eman, Dave Pilcher, John Baker, Eddie Ryan.
1954 TRACK SCHEDULE
March ll ..................................
March 16 or 17 ........
March 26 ...,.
April 2 .......
April 7 .......
April 10 ,......
April 14 ........
April 23 ,.......
April 30 ......
May 7 or 8 .....
May 14 .........
March 20 ............... .....
Row 3. Coach Wynn, Jim Warne, Rovert McCook Ray Brooks Bobby
Earl Oats, John Dana, Howard Matschnig, Mel Huffaker Dudley Gibson
Row 4. Joaquin Bustoz, Mike Alvarez, Kenny Rivers Hector Martin
Parks, Mel Gusserson, Tommy Cruise, Wayne Deabaum Agust V
Track games are not very well supported
by the students, but to some people this
sport leads all the rest in popularity. It is
like a three ring circus, because there are
always several events taking place at once
-races, broadjumping, high jump, pole
vault, and discus. Each is exciting in its
own way and there is constant activity on
When boys go out for track they have in
mind that this is going to be work. If they
go out with the spirit of doing their best
and keep up this spirit they usually are
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dez, Judy Benscoe, Mrs. Armstrong.
JUNIOR VARSITY-Kneeling: Eva Hernandez, Janice Tschilar, Mary Davis, Margaret O'Ma11ey, Elba Sue Urnfrid.
Lucy Munoz, Eleanor Williams, Sue Morgan, Irene Gomez, Jeannie Williams.
February 3 .,....,...,.....,......................... Glendale
February 6 ......... ......... D uncan
February 19 ...... ............... T olleson
February 26 ...... ,................. S Cottsdale
March 5 ,,,.,,,,,, ......... P hoenix Union
March 19 ,,,,,,,,, ....,..... C asa Grande
March 24 ,,,,,, ...........,. C handler
April 2 ........ ......... C asa Grande
April 6 ,.,..... ........... B uckeye
April 9 ,.,,,,,,, .......... C handler
April 14 ..... ........ S cottsdale
April 27 .......... Glendale
April 30 ........ Tolleson
May 3 .......... Mesa
May 6 ,,,.,, ..,,,..,,..,,...,........... ....... B u ckeye
April 24 ,.,,,.,. ............................... C asa Grande
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Tempe High School Tennis team has been
very successful in their matches this year against
various other schools. Mrs. Armstrong, the in-
structor, has given much of her free time to help
these girls. The varsity tennis team is composed
of five girls along with a few substitutes. These
five girls play matches against other girls from
other schools. So far this year the tennis team has
won eight, lost two, and have tied one.
There is also a Junior Varsity and a Fresh-
man team. They also practice and have a few
matches against other schools.
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Homecoming was an especially big event this
year. Floats along with crowning of Queen Marilyn
and King Bobby highlighted the intermission as
far as we know this was the first year to have
floats. The floats proved to be such a success that
they are to become an annual event. There was
strong competition between the four classes for 6
the honor of winning first prize. Though the seniors
won first the other three floats were exceptional.
A new type of pep rally was planned for this
event. Instead of having the pep rally after school
it was held just before the game. This created a
greater participation in the yells, because the
students were united as a whole.
The evening didn't end with the game. The
students who wanted could attend the Homecoming
Dance, decorated with the scenes from the Mardi
All in all the homecoming events were a huge
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Due to unfortunate circumstances a picture of the Freshman float was not taken. The theme of their
was L'The Big Bad Wolf" and it compared equally with the other classes.
Lois Glover, Marilyn Brechan, How-
ard Matchsnig, Bobbie Glover, Pat
Shelly, Don Reynolds. Not Shown
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The Co-ed IS a formal which 1S an annual
sponsored by the G.A.A. It is a girl-ask-boy
fair where everyone has a wonderful time. It h
become a tradition to have a G.A.A. Prince
who is crowned at the formal. This year it w
a close race between Carolyn Powell and Je
e crowning is always a beautiful moment
takes place during the intermission.
e decorations for the Co-Ed were excep-
They showed lots of work and original
Their theme was "silver bells." It was
out in the colors of pink and silver.
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their Yoyal CO
Kathleen Goodwin, ass't LG
places the crown on Jo Jo C
dock as King Aldridge smile
Their majesties, Paul Aldridge and Jo Jo Craddock, were
crowned Campus King and Queen at the Coronation Ball, March
13. Their court attendants were Mimi Means, Donna Jo Meredith,
John and Roann construct peek-proof "grass
shack" for their royal majesties.
Rich, Brooks, and Blyth study figures.
Carolyn and Barbara string gay, mad leis
later worn by the orchestra.
Don Reynolds, and A1 Williams.
Highlight of the THS spring social season, the 1954 Corona-
tion Ball exceeds those of previous years, with exotic decorations
in the Hawaiian motif, colorful floral leis, palm trees on every side,
and a clever "little grass shack" from which the King and Queen
made their entrance. Music was furnished by a seven-piece or-
Sd mem aft . .
ge the aDDlause.er receiving their cro
Selection of the Campus King and Queen is by student body
vote, the results of which are kept secret until the moment for
crowning. Paul and Jo Jo were called from the royal "shack" and
marched the length of the hall to a double throne. Kathleen Good-
win, assistant editor of the annual, placed the crowns on the heads
of the candidates. Paul is Student Body President and Jo Jo is
WHS, the Ki
Queen Smflfngly ackn
The closely guarded secret out, King Paul
and Queen Jo Jo march proudly to the throne
to receive their crowns.
"Soft light . . . sweet music . . . romance."
Janetta Davis, Prompterg Gwynne Yates, Justineg Elna Rae Simpson, Pollyg Jackie Wilbur, Marilyn, Frieda Hallickson
Property Chairman, Lois Coppinger, Adelaide, Carolyn Powell, Graceg Janice Sellah, Marie, Marilyn Rogers, Mrs. Bellows
Glenell Randall, Margieg John Blythe, Joe and Stage Manager, Noel Acoff, Merry, Karen Mount, Elizabeth, Ro Ro McMil-
lan, Caseyg Mimi Means, Beckyg Sammie Karen, Dallas, Mary Scott, Juneg Jo Jo Craddock, Alice, Lucy Ball, Mother Ap-
ple, Kenneth Green, Chadg Edward Hunter, Samg Okie Rodriquez, Expressmang Jaretta Davis, Prompter.
Take Care Of My LiHle Girl
This year the seniors presented a ter-
rific play entitled "Take Care of My Little
Girl." It had a down to earth plot and it
was a pleasure to present.
The play directed by Miss Jones was
one of the best and most enjoyable that the
high school has seen in a long time.
Miss Jones, the cast and the crew can
be proud of their wonderful job.
Row 1: John Blythe, Stage Manager and Stage Crew, Andy Nichols, Mr. Mason and Tickets, Larry Judd, Stage Crew, Sid-
ney Pearson, Stage Crew, David Hand, Jerry and Stage Crew, Russell Gunderson, Davy, Bill Doyle, Stage Crew, Ray
Russell, Chi, James Windes, Stage Crew.
Row 2: Karen Mount, Entr 'acte and Make-up, Glenell Randall, Entr 'acteg Martha McSloy, Mrs. Allen, Lois Frazier, Make-
up, Laurene Tudor, Sylvia, Sheila Getz, Properties Chairman, Deanne Hansen, Wardrobe and Tickets, Noel Acuff, Entr 'acte
and Make-up, Mimi Means, Entr 'acte and Make-up, Helen Skok, Maudie.
Row 3: Kay Costley, Prompter and Student Director, Mary Lou Pyle, Mrs. White, Joyce Lancaster, Make-up, Donna Moore,
Mrs. Day, Darlene Tschilar, Make-up, Peggy Kelly, Alix, Miss Price, Director, Danielle Semon, Make-up, Jerri Glover,
Prompter, Marie Mascari, Julie, Sherri Pease, Mrs. Mason, Pat Wood, Margaret, Sue Morgan, Joy, Lance Martin, Sound Ef-
fects, Jim Sims, Ted Fellon and Stage Crew.
Glen-ell Randall, Karen Mount
Mimi Means, Donna Jo Mere-
dith, Mary Scott, Marilyn Bre-
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' Salad Bowl Candidates
Mary Scott, Mimi Means, Karen Mount, Connie Null
For making an outstanding speech on the
"Voice of America." Frank Williams was
awarded a plaque by the Tempe Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
Jo Jo Craddock was elected by her classmates
and the faculty for her loyal service, her out-
standing citizenship and leadership and for her
high scholastic standing to receive the D.A.R.
award. It is an honor given only to a deserving
Daniel Hall received three gold keys in the
National Scholastic Art Competition for his out-
standing art work.
Andrew Nicholes speaking on. "The Duties
and Responsibilities of an American Citizen"
won the oratorical contest at school. In the
District he placed third.
Shown above is Miss Henton, Superintendent of
the Florence Crittenden Home, who spoke to us at
one of our assemblies on "High School Behavior."
The remaining pictures were taken at the Christ-
mas Assembly presented by the Y-Teens.
Armisfis Day Parade
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Pictured here are a few of the gatherings
which include the majority of the student
body. Four of these pictures are of Pep Rallies.
The Pep Rallies this year have been well con-
ducted and fairly well attended, although at
times there has been slight evidence of a
slipping school spirit.
The center picture was take:
at the dedication of the trees
located in the Patio. These tree
were given to the school as a
memorial to Mr. J. T. Birchett.
NOVEMBER 13, 1953
Open House was a big success this year with
a record crowd of about seven hundred people
attending. It was the first time many of the
parents had had a chance to see the new High
School Plant and to meet the faculty.
This type of program is given each year be-
cause it gives the teachers and parents an oppor-
tunity to become better acquainted. It also
encourages the parents to discuss the progress of
their children with the teachers.
An excellent program was held in the cafeteria
the parents. Speeches were made by Paul
Mr. Benedict and Mr. Goodwin. A
number of Glee Club members sang and
skit was presented by the advanced speech
Sylvia Crosby did a tap dance and Lois
gave a humorous reading.
Afterwards refreshments were served by mem-
of the cafeteria staff.
Dim Bulb Contest
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SH' piCfUI'eS taken
John Will and David Blesh were the center of attraction dur-
ing the Dim Bulb Contest. It was sponsored by the Glee Club to
raise money for their tour April 22. John Will finally came out
Western Day is heralded with a shout of joy from the girls,
becaus-e it's the only day the girls are allowed to Wear levis. From
the merriment pictured on their faces-Jeannie, Kenna Faye, and
Margie are having the time of their life.
Slave Day went .over big this year with the seniors being the
guinea pigs. Underclassmen thought it great sport to rib the sen-
iors for a change. Jonathan Wexler seems to have a smug look 0
his face. It couldn't be because Ford was his slave, could it?
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Snapshot C oniesf
The snapshot contest held for the first
time this year and sponsored by the annual
staff proved to be one of the most interest-
ing events of the school year. First place
prizes, a free annual, Went to Marilyn Carr,
Peggy Kelly and Cherie Pease. Second
place Winner was Judy Spangler who re-
ceived clown payment on her annual. Third
and fourth prizes were free tickets to the
Coranation Ball. Several honorable men-
tions Were given.
Fourth Prize, Andy Nichols
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