Tolleson Union High School - Wolverine Yearbook (Tolleson, AZ)
- Class of 1963
Page 1 of 128
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1963 volume:
I11 a short time, our days in high school will be over
and we, like many before us, shall be gone and the
things we have do11e will be called tradition. To help
preserve the memory of these wonderful high school
days is the reason for presenting this book to you.
If, in years to come, it helps bring back fond memor-
ies and recalls old faces and friendships, then what
we have done will not have been in vain.
The Wolverine staff proudly presents to you THE
FACES OF TOLLESON UNION HIGH SCHOOL.
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Club Editors .e.....
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Advisor .............. ...... M r. Robert Winthrop
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W'e'll always be loyal
Always be true
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Seniors herate him for their long government assignments, hut when the
year is over, all of Mr. Don Siiydefs students are proud to have had him for
a teacher. For his fine work as a teacher and coach and for his friendliness
and good spirits, the Wolverine staff is proud to dedicate the 1963 lVolverine
to Mr. Snyder.
The School Board of TUHS was called
upon to make many important decisions
during the year. They drew up plans for a
much-needed expansion of TUHS facilities.
Other jobs which the board performs
are the hiring of new teachers, approval
of student marriages, and sanctioning of
the school budget.
Two new members were added to the
School Board, Cecil Miller and Ralph Bell.
President Bruce Brooks presided at meeting of the
Tolleson Union High School Board.
The members of the school board are Cecil Miller, Ralph Bell Bruce Brooks president Leonard Hamilton Dr Milo Willis
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SUPT. WILLIAM E. KEEGAN
Certainly one of the most fa-
miliar faces around TUHS is
that of our superintendent, Mr.
William E. Keegan.
Students soon learned that al-
though he could be stern and
forceful, he could also be friend-
ly and helpful. Problems pre-
sented to him were soon fairly
Under Mr. Keegan the changes
in the school were evident. His
administration saw the addition
of the publications room, the pav-
ing of the patio, improvement in
the athletic fields and many other
less obvious changes.
A veteran of World War II,
Mr. Keegan is the father of two
sons, John and Mike.
A native of Globe, he attended
ASU where he received his bach-
elor and master of arts degrees.
PRINCIPAL CLINTON E. WAGER
Mr. Clinton E. Vlfager ranks among the top in years
of service at Tolleson Union High where he has been
principal for the past eleven years.
Born in Bisbee, he spent his early years in Nogales.
He received his schooling at ASC and ASU.
In addition to his duties as principal, Mr. Wager
usually teaches a class in English or biology.
When he is not in school, Mr. Wager likes to while
away his free hours hunting and fishing.
, Science tmpoatawt abTUl-IQ
LESLIE HENDRIX MRS. FRANCES BRUCE K.
University of Tennessee: SEIFMAN THOMPSON
Memphis State University Phoenix College, ASC Phoenix College, ASU
Math, Physics, Chemistry General Math, Algebra Biology
Guest speakers such as this man from the atomic ener s commi ion
add interest to the science program.
Mr. Hendrix explains the use of chemistry equip
ment to Irvin Wilson.
Mr. Thompson explains the structure of the cruvfisli to his
Calistlicnics are stressed as part of the ffirls' h sical fitness I'00'l'8Il'l.
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l ' tl immin ool. Chin ups l1elp keep the boys in shape
Both girls and boys are ab e to enjoy te sw g p
GARY L. MATTESON PHIL WOODRING PATRICIA ROBESON PHIL SANTIA
Grand Canyon College Arizona Slate Cgllege Arizona State University Colorado State University
English and American Physical Ed. Girls Pl1YSiC211 Ed. General Science, Athletics
Business D Twins 6wJobs
MRS. JEAN PETERSON HARRY C. JENKIN MRS. WILLIMINA
Wittenberg University University of Washington, LINDSEY
Typing 1-2, 3-4 ASU George Peabody College
Business Classes, Driver ASU
Training Library Science, Short
Students prepare to take their place in the business World by practicing on various types of of-
fice machines in class.
Typewriting is a skill that people in nearly-
every occupation will be able to use.
Uislv and Qpamis
Circular arrangement facilitates the discussion of short stories in Mrs. Vowles senior
Conjugating verbs helps the Spanish
class to understand their meanings.
ROBERT D. WINTHROP MRS. GWEN E. VOWLES MISS MARYALICE WALTER GEORGE GUTIERREZ
Central Missouri Moorhead State College Ball State Teachers
State, ASC, ASU English 7-8, 1-2 College, ASU
En lish 5-6 Jour- English 1-2, 3-4
Spanish 1-2, 3-4 ,
Use and maintenance of farm equipment are learned in agriculture class.
The boys in shop class work diligently to finish
EDGAR SIMS R. C. DECKER
New Mexico Highlands University of Arizona
University Agriculture, Metal Shop
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MRS. ELAINE MRS. MARGE
University of Wyoniin Arizona State University
Home Esonomics Home Economics
The senior liomcmaking class gun in en 1 cmcnt party for Carolyn Rosson to
learn more about entertaining.
Those airls will be able to stretch their budget dollars as a re-
sult of having learned to sew in homcmaking class.
Auditions were held to select members for the new concert choir.
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Janet Boulais demonstrates a scale exercise on the piano.
Chorus, Choir, Band
The band plays an important role in gning the football team a send off.
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DON SNYDER J. J. NEUMANN
Arizona State College Arizona State College
Covcrnmentg Boys' IIE., World History
U. S. History
Senior Scholastic supplies knowledge of current events
Oral discussion helps to broaden the mind.
One way to get around the world is through a
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Projects in which the students can express
themselves through creative imagination add inter-
est to the curriculum. Here students admire
projects for American history.
Recognition is given to students who make the honor roll by maintaining a 2.0 average
in all subjects. Below they are honored in a special assembly.
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James Claridge a student at the Um
versity of Arizona, d1d his student
teaching work under Mr Clair Decker
1n xocauonal agriculture
O661w Pom was Indispensable
BETTY ALCOCER LINDA BAILEY LEE FREDERICK LYNN FREDERICK
MRS. MAUDE HINTZ MRS. GRACE SHELTON
MRS. HILDA BASLER
The office staff was again headed by Mrs. Hilda Basler now in her tenth year.
She was ably assisted by Mrs. Maude Hintz, who divided her time between the office
and the cafeteria, and Mrs. Grace Shelton, who was new on the staff this year.
Answering phones, collecting absence slips, working in the bookstore, and
filing and typing were among the duties of the girls who spent a period each day
working in the office.
BARBARA GRAY BARBARA GREENMYER DONNA WOODLAND NELLIE MENDIOLA
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The custodians discussing the day's events are Allen Micheals, George Mendoza, Tim Phillips,
Cordon Nelson, Cnot picturedl Quentin Miller.
The custodians and cafeteria workers at TUHS contribute much to our school life.
With their helpfulness and friendly ways, they are among the most well known and
most popular people on campus.
This year Miss Nancy Ciebel was added to the cafeteria staff, and Allen Micheals
was added to the custodian staff.
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The cafeteria workers who prepare such fine meals are Miss Nancy Giebel, Mrs. June Holderith,
Mrs. Margaret Davis, fnot pictured? Mrs. Etoile Roberds.
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Wit ran in families at TUHS. The Whitfield twins, Beverly and
Burke were elected the wittiest boy and girl.
Talented in the music field . . . Sweet personality . . .
Many varied activities . . . FHA 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Los Amigos 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Pep Club
2, 3, Treasurer 2, Chorus 3, Music Camp Scholarship 3,
Concert Choir 4, Cheerleader 4, Student Clerk 4, Band 2
FRED LLOYD AMATOR
Easy going . . . Ready to participate in school activities
. . . FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4,
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4
JOE OLVERA ARRIETA
Quiet . . . Soft-spoken . . . Even-tempered personality . . .
Los Anigos 2, 3, 4, JV Baseball Manager 1, Varsity Foot-
ball Manager 2
Tall . . . Quiet . . . Considered "so cute" by girls, Foot-
ball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter-
men's Club 2, 3 4, Student Body Vice President 4, Wol-
verine Staff Sports Editor 4
LINDA JO BAILEY
Willing to serve . . . Neat appearance . . . Always reliable
. . . Student Body Secretary 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Historian 4, Editor Wolver News 4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Student Clerk Hostess 4
BARBARA SUE BEASLEY
Athletic . . . Participates in a lot of activities . . . Gets
the job done . . . FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, 4, Varsity Tennis 2 3, 4, Class Treasurer 1, Class
Vice President 3, Social Chairman 3, Student Body Social
Chairman 4, Pom Pon 4
JUNIOR CARDOVA BEIARANO
Neat . . . Well dressed . . . Polite . . . Baseball 4
Pleasant . . . Sincere . . . Willing to help . . . Los Amigos
3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, Miss Wolverine Queen Candidate
Bubbly personality . . . Jolly . . . Easy to get along with
. . . Bookworms 3, 4, Secretary 4,',Treasurer 4, Los
LEONARD JAMES BROGDON
Well-mannered . . . Makes friends easily . . . Very re-
liable . . . FFA 1, 2, Basketball 1, Track 25 Baseball 1, 2
CHARLES HARVEY BUN GER
Polite . . . Witty . . . Interested in sports . . . FFA 1, 2, 3,
4, Sentinel 3, Vice President 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 49 Wrestling 2
CONSUELO OLVERA BUSTOS
Polite . . . Considerate . . . Well-mannered . . . FHA 15
Band 1, 2, 3
TONY R. CHAVIRA
Friendly . . . Always happy . . . Nice personality . .
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Los Amigos 3, 4
LEONARD LEON DAVIS
Strong, silent type . . . Trustworthy . . . Bookworms 1, 2
Quill and Scroll 3, 4
Best dancers, ,lim Mortensen and Lucy Nava, pause between classes
to trip the light fantastic.
Cute . . . Petite . . . Keen sense of humor . . . GAA
2, 3, 43 Pep Club 35 Wolver News 43 FHA 1
Always ready to take a dare . . . Real swell guy . . .
MARY MORENO DURAN CPATSYJ
Nice voice . . . Pleasant . . . Has lots of friends . . .
GAA l, 2, 4g Homecoming Queen 3g Candidate for Miss
Tolleson 2, 33 Miss Wolverine Queen Candidate
Quiet . . . Well-mannered . . . Dresses western . .
Trigger happy cameraman . . . Wolver News 3: Wolverine
Staff Photographer 4
LEE M. FREDERICK
Enthusiastic . . . Full of school spirit . . . Loves horses
. . . Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g GAA
43 Wolver News Humor Editor 3g Student Director Junior
Class Playg Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Secretary 45 Office
Hostess 43 Tennis 4g Wolverine Staff Editor-in-Chief 4
Friendly . . . Warm out-going personality . . . Well-liked
. . . Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Merit Council 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4,
Office Hostess 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Junior Class Play
Student Director, Wolver News Club Editor 4, Chorus 1,2
VILMA FAV ELA GOMEZ
Witty . . . Likeable . . . Good sport . . . GAA 1, 2,
Twirler 2, 3, Band 2, 3, Tennis 4
BARBARA JEAN GRAY
Interested in Tri-Hi-Y . . . Able to take a joke . . . Tri-Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Pep
Club 3, Wolver News Club Editor 2, Band 1, Miss Wol-
verine Queen Candidate, Senior Day Queen Candidate
Goes out for sports . . . Easy going . . . Popular . . . Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Homecoming
BARBARA JANE GREENMYER
Nice personality . . . Likes everybody . . . FHA 1, 2, 3,
Class Treasurer 3, Junior Class Play, FHA Reporter 2
LINDA LEE GRISSAM
Pleasant personality . . . Takes interest. in school .' . .
GAA 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4,
Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pom Pon 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Christmas
Formal Queen 2
ALFRED B. GUTIERREZ
Quiet . . . Mild mannered . . . Pleasant . . . Basketball
3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4
CLINTON DALE HALL
Good natured . . . Will try anything once . . . Tumbling
1, 2, 3
Leonard Davis, the most courteous boy, demonstrates how he won the
honor by opening the door for Elizabeth Rodriguez, the most
HARRY U. HALL
Good taste . . . Serious sense of humor . . . Always busy
. . . Audio Visual Aids I, Moses Lake High School,
Wrestling 2, Tolleson Wrestling 3
DANIEL N. HALTERMAN
Independent . . . Always on the go . . . Tri Sci 2, 3,
Band 2, 3, Golf I, 2, Chorus 3, Basketball I, 2
PAUL R. HINEMAN
Quiet . . . Dependable . . . Polite . . . Football 2, 3, 4,
Golf I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Track 2, 3,
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Arizona Boys State 3
DON L. HAUSER
Easy going . . . Interested in agriculture . . . Baseball 2,
FFA 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I
LINDA ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON
Pleasing personality . . . Upholds her beliefs . . . Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Bookworms 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
Vice President and Social Chairman 4, Wolver News 3,
Wolverine Class Editor 4
MILTON EUGENE JACKSON
Good cartoonist . . . Witty . . . Popular with other stu-
dents . . . Band I
DONNIE EUGENE JOHNSON
Pleasant- personality . . . Silent . . . Very reliable . . .
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President l,
Class Vice President 2, Class President 3
ARLENE HENAGAR KENNEDY
Likes to tell' jokes and have fun . . . Bookworms 3, 4,
GAA 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, Pep Club 2, Chorus 3
NIAMET A. KHAN
Friendly . . . Popular . . .Liked by everyone . . . FFA 1,
2, 3, 4, State Farmer 4, Boys' State 4, Tri Sci 1, 4,
Pep Club 4, Track 3, Student Body President 4, Junior
KATHRYN EILEEN KRUSE
Natural born leader . . . FHA, Historian 2, Secretary 3,
Degree Chairman 4, GAA, Point Recorder 2, Pep Club,
Bookworms, President 2, Merit Council, Student Council
Treasurer 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, SLAA, Vice President 3,
National Honor Society, Junior Class Play, Lions Club
Award 1, Class Secretary 2, Christmas Formal Queen 3,
Tennis 3, 4
CAROL JEANNE LEISTER
Sharp dresser . . . Always has the answer . . . Tri-Hi-Y 2,
3, 4, Chaplain 3, Pep Club 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 4, Social Chairman 4, GAA 3, 4, Junior Class
Play, Chorus 2, Pom Pon 4
CLEMENTE MONREAL LEON JR.
Generous . . . Good natured . . . Football 1, 2, 3, Man-
ager 1, Tri.Sci 2, 4, Los Amigos 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Manager 1, Track 1, 2, Manager 2, Wrestling Manager 3
Sincere . . . Quiet . . . Very nice person . . . Los Amigos
2, 3, 4, President 4, Wrestling Manager 3, Tennis
4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Awards 1,
ROBERTA MAE MARTIN
Co-operative attitude . . . Real cute kid . . . Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
4, Secretary 3, Pom Pon 3, 4, Pom Pon Co-Captain 4,
Pep Club 3, 4, Wolver News Feature Editor 4,
Wolverine Queen Candidate
Linda Bailey, the most reliable girl, pauses a while in her busy
day at school to chat with the most reliable boy, Niamet Khan.
MICAELA MENDIOLA QMICKEYJ
Always smiling . . . Easy to get along with . . . FHA 1,
CAA 2, 4, Los Amigos 4
Dependable . . . Hard worker . . . Lots of fun . . . Tri-
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri Mikros Club Reporter 2, President 3,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Tennis 2, 3, Band 1,
2, Dance Club 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Wolver News 3,
Girls Sports Reporter 3, Wolverine Staff Business Man-
JAMES ARVIN MORTENSEN
Interested in ranching and baseball. . . Well liked by
everyone ...FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4,
Football Manager 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4
RUTH ANN MOSELEY
Pleasant personality , . . Co-operative . . . Willing to serve
. . . FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,
4, Student Council 3, Merit Council 4, Bookworms 2, 3,
4, Pom Pon 4, Junior Class Play
LUPE MADRIL MURRIETA
Quiet type . . . Polite . . . Unassuming .
Cheerful . . . Always happy . . . Full of fun . . . Los
Amigos 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4
MARY CATHALENE ORACION
Enthusiasm for sports . . . Has school spirit . . . Makes
friends easily . . . GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 2, 3, 45 Pep
Club 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45
.lunior Class Secretary5 Class Secretary 45 Homecoming
JOE HERREBA ORDONEZ
Cheerful . . . Pleasant . . . Interested in sports . . . Los
Amigos 3, 45 Basketball 15 Football 2, 3, 45 Wrestling
2, 3, 4
Has terrific sense of humor . . . Very Athletic . . . FHA
1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Pom Pon 45 Tennis 2, 3, 4
MARY GOMEZ RASCON
Friendly . . . Sweet personality . . . Has a nice smile . . .
GAA 3, 4
BARBARA DIANE RIGGS
Witty . . . Likes to have fun . . . CAA l
Sweet . . . Courteous . . . Lots of fun . . . GAA 1, 2, 3,
45 Bookworms 1, 45 Los Amigos 1, 2, 3, 45 Los Amigos
Secretary 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor
Society Vice President 45 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 4
CAROLYN JO ANN ROSSON
Quiet . . . Friendly . . . Ready to help out . . . Band 1,
2, 35 GAA 25 Bookworms 4
ALBERT 0. SELEDON
Short . . . Interested in sports . . . Quiet . . . Football 1,
2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 25 Lettermen's
Club 2, 3, 4-
Best dressed boy and girl, Patsy Duran and Harry Hall, look over
the latest fashions.
LARRY DAVID SHELTON
Friendly . . . Full of fun . . . Enthusiastic over mrs
FFA 1, 2, 34 Wrestling 1, Band 1, 2
JIMMY DEVANE SMILEY
A real nice guy . . . Happy-go-lucky . . . Fun loving,
. . . Lettern1en's Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Wrestling 1, 2, Football
45 ,Iunior Class Play
Witty . . . Always joking . . . Helpful . . . Band I, 2, Los
Amigos 1, 25 Lettern1en's Club 44 Football 3, 4, Track 2,
3, 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 4
CLARENCE STEWART IJUNIORJ
Mild mannered . . . Efficient . . . Dependable . . . Foot-
baH I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1: Track 33 FFA, Greenhand
Presidentg Sophomore Class Treasurerg Class Vice Presi-
dent 4-g National Honor Society 3, 4, Lettermen's Cluh
1, 2, 3, 4
Full of fun . . . Always joking . . . Pleasant personality
. . . Transferred from Camp Verde High School 35 Pep
Club CCamp Verde Highjg Class Editor Wolverine Staff
34 Chorus 3, Tri Sei Secretary 49 Miss Wolverine Queen
PATRICIA DAWN TACKETT
Full of wit . . . Good actress . . . Pep Club 2, 3, 4, FHA
2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 43 Pom
Pon 45 Tennis 2, 3, 4, .lunior Class Play, Class Treasurer
4-g Miss Wolverine Queen Candidate
Always happy . . . Arkansas accent. . . Band 1, 2, 35
Wolver News Staff 35 Wolverine Staff Club Editor 4
DONNA CHERYL THURN
Female politician . . . Outstanding leadership ability . . .
FHA 15 CAA l, 2, 35 Pom Pon 3, 4, Captain 45 National
Honor Society 45 Class President 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Stu-
dent Council 45 Merit Council 4
JAMES GORDON TROUT
Friendly . . . Drives nice car . . . FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Football
15 Track 1
ROBERT E. UNDERDOWN
Jokes a lot . . . Friendly . . . Sincere . . . FFA 1, 2, 3, 45
Junior Class Play5 Tri Sci President 4
Has school spirit . . . Bench warmer of '63 . . . Football
2, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri Sci 45 Dance Club 3, 45
Wolverine Staff Activities Editor 4
HARVEY WAYNE WATKIN S
Natural athlete . . . Interested in farming . . . Baseball
1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 FFA 1, 2,
3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Secretary 4
HUBERT EUGENE WEAVER
Even tempered . . . Polite . . . "The Rebel" . . . JV
Track 5 JV Wrestling
TERRY JOE WHITE
Always joking . . . Unusual sense of humor . . . Track 2,
3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 35 Quill and
Scroll 4, President 4
The boy and girl most likely to succeed, Kathy Kruse and John
Williams, search for information for a report in government class.
BEVERLY LEE WHITFIELD
Well liked . . . Popular . . . Always joking . . . GAA 1,
2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 35 Concert Choir 4
BURKE FRANK WHITFIELD
Full of wit . . . Excels in sports . . . Laughs a lot . . .
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 2, Treasurer 33 Lettcrmen's Clulx
2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3
JOHN L. WILLIAMS
Able to get ahead and gain respect of others . . . Dresses
neatly . . . Tri Sci 3, 4, Pep Club 43 Bookworms 2, Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Arizona Boys State 33 Track
2, 35 Basketball 2, 3g Tennis 3
DONNA JEAN WOODLAND
Short . . . Friendly . . . Full of pep and enthusiasm . .
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4-g Pom Pon 44
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Myrna Gamblin, Junior
Patricia Gorman, Junior
Mike Hammersley, Senior
Vickie Nails, Freshman
Debbie Newsome, Junior
Carol Wells, Junior
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The Sophomore Class officers were: Nellie Mendiola, treasurerg Leonard Duran
presidentg Gloria Zaragoza. Secretaryg and John Cordova, vice-president.
They were sponsored by Mr. Mattson and Mrs. Michaels.
Sophomores had made it over the first hump. They began working energetically to
raise money to keep their treasury alive. Among other fund-raising ventures was a
Everything required so much planning, and, of course, there were always tests in
biology, English and other sophomore subjects.
Everyone looked forward to his junior year when he would be even busier.
Rose Marie Cortez
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The freshmen received the customary kidding from the upperclassmen, particularly
the seniors. However, they were able to hold their own scholastically and in sports,
especially in basketball.
Among the outstanding freshmen were the class officers: Sarah Brown, secretaryg
Greg Whitfield, treasurerg Alfred Guzman, presidentg and Larry Hudson, vice president.
Of great assistance to the Freshman Class were the sponsors, Mrs. Thompson and Mr.
George Del Castillo
J. T. Mackey
Paulette St. John
Mary Alice Perez
Mary Ellen Perez
,Romero Quezada Jr.
Larry T ankersley
Antoinette Van Horn
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CLUBS AND OPJGANIZZYUONQ
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Members of the Student Council were A. Guzman, L. Duran, B. Beasley, L. Bailey, Mr. Wager, N. Khan, president, G. Babcock,
vice president, T. Smiley, D. Thurn, and K. Kruse.
Making plans for a foreign student and decorating the walls with pictures of the winning float and a picture
of the members of the council were some of the projects of the Student Council. lt was the council's job to
pass on dates for the school calendar and take charge of elections.
Members of the Merit Council Y. Soto, D. Thurn, and Other Merit Council members are Lynn Frederick, R.
R. Moseley decide who shall receive demerits. Leverton, and Mr. Decker, advisor.
Naiiomlb I-lonofv Qoowhj Ewlwages
A big black, three foot stuffed
poodle was rafflecl at Christmas
time by the National Honor So-
This was one of the fund raising
projects that NHS sponsored in
order to pay for pins and initia-
tion of new members.
NHS is a national honorary or-
ganization based on scholarship.
Only students maintaining a "2"
average in all subjects for five
semesters may apply for member-
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SEATED: D. Green, L. Bailey, D. Thurn, D. Tacketl. STANDING: G. Leon, Mrs.
Lindsey, J. Williams, E. Rodriguez and K. Kruse.
Totlesow Tw-Q00 craps., Changes Name
This year Tri-Sci became known
as the TUHS Chapter of the l7uture
Scientists of America.
Ordering new membership
cards and pins and drawing up il
new constitution for the Tolleson
Chapter of FSA were a few of the
Officers this year are: Robert
Underdown, president, Vernon St.
John, vice president: Sharon Slot-
tlelnyre. secretary, Pam Leonard.
treasurer: and Elizabeth Rodriguez,
This club is open to persons in-
terested in science who have coni-
pleted or are taking any of the
courses connected with science or
Behind the table: D. Tackett, R. Leverton, P. Leonard, S. Stottlemyre, B. Prather,
Mr. Hendrix. STANDING, ROW 2: I. Wilson, C. Leon, T. Fogelson, V. St. John,
J. Williams., R. Underdown, and D. Leonard.
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Gold plumes and white gloves were sported
by the TUHS band.
Dashing in his new white uniform, ,lohn
Cordova led the band in some of the most im-
pressive halftime ceremonies ever staged at
The band also made the school proud when
they made various appearances around the
Mr. John Faris directed the snappy group.
Adding a icolorful touch to the band, these snappy Wolverine twirlers
are: I. Lair, J. Schmidt and L. Bishop.
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Pom-Pon Girls for 62-63g ROW 1: N. Miller, ll. Beasley, L. Crissum, A. Popoff, .l. Li-ister, H. Mosley, S, Schull-ge D, Woodlan
ROW 22 D- V1llPl1Zl10l21, P- xlcwillidllls, C. Quezada, S. Stewart, D. Taclictt, D. Tliurn, M. Allmon and B. Martin.-
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Betty Alcocer, Cathy Oracion fco-captainj Kathy Kruse, tco-captain!
and Darlene Hintz were the 62-63 cheerleaders.
For the first time, the varsity cheer-
leaders and pom pon girls centered the
pep assemblies around foreign lands and
As Indian maidens the girls uwhooped
it up" to start the series of interesting
and different type of assemblies.
Costumes of France brought the flavor
of the European countries to the stage.
Besides presiding over the pep assem-
hlies, the cheerleaders were aetive at all
home football and haskethall games and
still found time to travel to many dif-
ferent schools to cheer their team on to
Lucy Naya and Virginia McBride were cheerleader alter. JV cheerleaders for 62-63 were Mary Aleman, Pam Beasley, Pam
nates' Variosdell, Liz Bell, and Peggy Accomazzo.
, New Clwifu Pwvideab Music
ROW l: V. Garcia, P. Beasley, P. Vanosdell, A. Favela, R. Mortensen, D. Tygart, J. Manning. ROW 2: E. Rod-
riguez, B. Whitfield, B. Breedlove, B. Nelson, K. Holderith, B. Alcocer, C. Davis, M. Smith, O. Smith, Mr. John
Faris, director. ROW 3: P. White, L. Watkins, J. Willis, J. Cordova, J. Delaney, W. Parker, R. Leverton, S. Slaugher,
P. Duran, L. Tidmore.
ROW 1: S. Walker, J. Bravo, S. Adams, P. Vanosdell, A. Johnson, P. Beasley, M. Amator, l. Rediger, P. O'Brien, J.
Barton, S. Whyman. ROW 2: I. Prince, S. Messer, M. Goff, B. Pardue, D. Kimmel, O. Grosser, H. Morgan, JI
Huff, M. Leon, Y. Salazar. ROW 3: B. Arrieta, M. Rhodes, P. Huffman, B. Valdez, R. Elias, J. Mackey, K. Dyer,
D.1X?Vest, G. Leon. ROW 4: R. Fokrenkam, R. Elias, E. Underdown, K. Gregory, S. Brown, J. Back, P. Justice, and
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BACK ROW: S. Stewart, L. Watkins, M. Pedigo, V. Garcia, S. Moreno, J. Navarro, J. Marks, E. Seledon, C. Quezada,
E. Martinez, J. Williams, and A. O'Brien. MIDDLE ROW: Lee Frederick, Lynn Frederick, M. Mastin, S. Wallick, M.
Amator, A. Johnson, P. Beasley, P. Vanosdell, P. Accomazzo, A. Boatwright, L. Bejarano, A. Murrietta, Y. Ramirez, Y.
Salazar, A. Gutierrez, C. Valdivia, M. Chavira, A. Favela, I. Espinoza. FRONT: Sandra Whyman, P. Dee, Susie
TUHS Bookworms were very proud this
year to have Kathy Kruse, chapter presi-
dent, become state president of the
Student Librarian Association of Ari-
BOOKWORMS Seated: A. Kennedy, G. Prather, Tackett. zona-
Standing are: S. Berumen, M. Arrieta, R. Moseley, rs. Lindsey,
K. Kruse, president, E. Rodriguez and R. Mattingly.
Old Lettermen seated are D. Larson, V.
Thomas, A. Seledon, F. Amator, M. Whit-
field, H. Watkins, Mr. Phil Santia, sponsor,
J. Smiley, P. Hineman, B. Whitfield, R.
Chapman, and L. Landers.
J. Ordonez, F. Valenzuela, T. Mirahal, R. Grissam, C. Bunger, Mr. Cary Mattson,
sponsor, J. Ellton, A. Warren, F. Mesquita, J. Hedges, B. Lopez, S. Trinidad and
Farming is the interest of the FFA boys. ROW 1: J. Accomazzo, L. Hatfield, J. Russell, T. Buffington, R. Winburne, J. Mortensen,
J. Stewart, C. Dietzman, F. Terrell, J. Canus, N. Khan, W. Adkins, B. Cone, V. St. John, G. Prather, D. Leonard, L. Morgan,
C. Lawrence, Mr. Clair Decker. ROW 2: M. Brogdon, D. Hudson, D. Cox, F. Amator, C. Bunger, M. Whitfield, J. Hedges, R.
Underdown, D. Johnson, B. Whitfield, D. Hauser, L. Ganus, T. Hedges, I. Jonovich, G. Trout, A. Olson, T. Newton, S. Green, J.
Tickenoff, R. East, C. Hass.
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ROW 1: A. Favela, Y. Ramirez, Miss Robeson, M. Aleman, H. Duran, G. Zaragoza, K. Valdivia, S. Alcocer, O. Carrusco. ROW 2:
E. Rodriguez, A. Boatright, J. Marks, G. Quezada, E. Seledon, M. Halterman, Armida Murrieta, J. Navarro, M. Chavez, L. Wat-
kins, M. Duran, B. Soto, R. Carrasco, B. Alcocer, P. Duran, Y. Leon.
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ROW 1: Miss Robeson, P. Vanosdell, P. Accomazzo, L. Nava, K. Kruse, ll. Deen, L. Bejarano, V. McBride, E. Bell. ROW 2: J
Aleman, R. Mosley, C. Potteet, I. Espinoza, Y. Salazar, D. Quinonez, T. Guerra, T. Gutierrez, L. Samaniego. ROW 3: K. Tuckclt
D. Tackett, A. Johnson, C. Oracion, M. Amator, P. Beasley, B. Beasley, C. Wliiteliurst, D. Hintz, H. Nava.
ROW 1: L. Watkins, S. Whyman,
J. Pike, L. Gardner, J. Willis, L.
Frederick. ROW 2: S. Messer, M.
Goff, S. Slaughter, J. Miller, L.
Tidmore, J. Boulais, and L. Frede-
Officers of Tri-Mikros for '63 were: SEATED, FIRST ROW:
S. Shelton, treas.g D. Woodland, scc.g P. Leonard, Avice-pres.
SECOND ROW: B. Gray, pres., I. Lair, chaplaing and L.
BOTTOM ROW: R. Moseley, B. Gray, D. Gardner, B. Martin, J.
Leister. TOP ROW: P. Dee, D. Hintz, L. Bishop, S. Schulke, I.
During 1962-63 Tri-Mikros, Tri-Hi-Y
sponsored the Tri-Hi-Y girls "powder-puff
hasketballn game, one of the many activi-
ties of this girls' club.
Christmas was a happy time of the
year for many needy families when Tri-
Mikros distributed food, clothing, and toys.
Afterward the girls went caroling to
spread good cheer.
In February the annual March of Dimes
dance featured disc jockies from Tolleson's
radio station, KZON.
This club is open to all girls who are
interested in a club with Christian motives
ROW 1: L. Watkins, G. Quezada, E. Seledon, S. Slaughter, P. Accomazzo, R. Mortcnsen, M. Halterman, P. Vanosdell.
ROW 2: E. Bell, J. Willis, S. Stewart, B. Alcocer, L. Grissam, A. Johnson, C. Whitehurst, M. Amator, B. McBride,
K. Beasley, P. O'Brien,'I. Cox, P. Beasley. ROW 3: K. Beasley, P. Tackett, D. West, J. Leister, B. Nelson, Smith,
D. Tackett, P. Dee, K. Tackett, and P. St. John.
The FHA is a club for any girls
who have taken or are taking Home
Ec. This year, the Tolleson Chapter,
had many projects among which were
the "Litter-Bug" Clean Up Hike. The
girls hiked three miles to clean up
along the roadside.
A slave sale, was another of their
projects. The money raised went into
their annual Christmas Formal, which
is another of their annual projects.
Officers are from left: Marilyn Smith, vice-pres.g Elizclaeth Bell, reporter:
Kathy Kruse, chairman of degrees, Linda Crissam, pres.g Ruth Moseley
treas.g and Sandra Stewart, secretary.
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ROW 1: E. Berumen, M. Arrieta, A. Murrieta, B. Alcocer, S. Alcocer, L. Nava, R. Arvizu, S. Hernandez. ROW 2:
.l. Navarro, O. Berumen, M. Mendiola, B. Rodriguez, M. Leon, S. Berumen, V. Garcia, Mr. Gary Mattson. ROW 3: C.
Leon, J. Arricta, G. Leon, Mr. George Gutierrez.
By selling programs at all home
football games, the TUHS chapter
of Quill and Scroll was able to
raise the money required to send
students to the annual Publications
Gaily attired in hats and skirts
made from newspapers, new mem-
bers were initiated into the club.
This club is open to any student
who has taken either publications
or journalism and has the grade
average of the upper-third of the
Journalists are seated left, Mr. Bob Winthrop, Donna Thurn, Bobbie Martin, Linda
Bailey, Lynn Frederick. ROW 2: George Leon, Lee Frederick, and Judy Miller.
Capable editor Linda Bailey CC? was assisted by Donna Thum
and Bobbie Martin.
Milton Jackson istandingb gets at tip from Ray Moreno and
George Soto, sports editors.
Wdvmv News Was AMA '
Tolleson Union High School's newspaper was one of which the students could
be truly proud. One of the few mimeographed newspapers to use pictures, the paper
was the winner of the All-American honor rating from the National Scholastic Press
Association and the All-Arizona rating from the University of Arizona.
Frantic cries from Linda Bailey, editor, for copy, worries with torn stencils,
lost stories, and a thousand and one crises made working on the newspaper never dull.
Trips to Tempe and Tucson for Journalism Days gave the staff a break from
monotony. The new publications room gave the staff a place they could call their own
and with its "lived-ini' look it wa-s obvious that no one paid much attention when Mr.
Winthrop said, 'tNext week we've got to get organized!"
Mary Deen, Dolores Valenzuela and Myrna Gamblin were
valuable members of the staff.
Linda Bishop and Lynn Frederick clicckthe files as Nancy Miller
and George Leon try to think of a good lead for a story. '
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Terry Fogelson, Linda Hutchinson, Irvin Wilson, Jim Mortensen and Gene Babcock make plans for
their part of the yearbook.
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Lee Frederick editor and Mr Robert Winthrop advisor,
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plan a layout.
In an effort to record
the events of the year for
later times when memo-
ries grow dim, the pub-
lications class prepared
For the first time there
was a publications room
located next to the dark
room. The hall going into
the patio was partitioned
off to make the room.
if ' Judith Miller, Sharon Stottlemyre, Allen Warren, Pam Leon-
T ard and Don Thompson approve their section layouts.
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Homecoming is the time for
grads to return to their alma
mater. For those in school it is
, - if, a time of hard work on floats
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A5 k carried out the Arabian idea
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The Quill and Scroll float had harem girls
cKiHgIl13Hl bowing to the sultan fTollesonD.
Music at the dance was provided by Diamond
Jim. Queen Cathy Oracion and King Don Green Homecoming queen candidates are seen riding on the Senior Class flmll.
lead u special dance.
The first place float in the parade was sporisorvtl hy
the Sophomore Class.
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Behind the scenery Pam Leonard compliments Sherry Shelton on her per-
formance, while Susie Wllytttan and llcen Lair enjoy the acting on stage.
Stage help, P. Dee, I. Wilson, B. Prather, J. Boulais, M.
Smith, discuss the play with Miss Maryalice Walter,
Three Broadway hopefuls who share an
apartment in New York get mixed up in
a kidnapping in the Junior Class play,
iflumpin, ,lupiterfi As they are about to
be thrown out of their apartment because
they canit pay the rent, they accidentally
get hold of 350,000 in ransom money, and
their efforts to get rid of it lead to one
hilarious situation after another. The kid-
napped girl is finally returned safely, and
our three young actresses get the reward
money and a happy ending is had by all.
The cast was lead by Judy Tackett,
Abby, Betty Coffman, Dot, David Hud-
son, Bob, Robert Laverton, Oscar. Others
in the cast were Susie Whyman, Pat,
Sherry Shelton, Gilda, Pam Leonard, Min-
nie, Cary Hintz, messengerboy, Kenneth
Szymanski, policeman, lleen Lair, Mollie,
Kathv Beasley, Irene, Robert Cooley, Ben.
"Meet Me in St. Louis" was the title of this year's
Senior Class play. This warm family comedy in-
volved an amusing and entertaining adventure which
comes about when the head of the Smith family, Mr.
Smith, receives word that he is to be transferred to
New York. The younger members of the family set out
to arrange for their family to remain in St. Louis be-
cause of the coming of the World's Fair and because
of the great change involved in moving.
Members of the cast are: Don Green, Mr. Smith,
Harry Hall, Long Rose, Jeanne Leisterg Linda Gris-
sam, Ester, Annette Popoff, Agnes, Barbara Green-
myer, Toolieg Robert Underdown, Grandpa, Kathy
Kruse, Katie, Betty Alcocer, Mrs. Voughoyg Lee
Frederick, Indag Niamet Khan. John: Jim Mortensen.
Fredg Judy Miller, Lucille, Jim Smiley, Mr. Dodge:
and Don Tompson, Mr. Duffy.
The play was adapted from a book by Sally Denson.
It was directed by Miss Maryalice Walter, who also
directed the Junior Class play. The play was to help
finance the Senior Class picnic.
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The DAR AWARD, each year is presented to a
senior girl chosen by the faculty to represent
qualities of good citizenship. This award is spon-
sored by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Besides citizenship, qualifications are leadership
and dependability. The candidates are all nominated
by the Senior Class.
The BETTY CROCKER AWARD is given an-
nually to the senior girl displaying the greatest
knowledge of homemaking. Sponsored by General
Mills, the contest offers the winner a chance to vie
for college scholarships.
This year, as every year, the BAUSCH LOMB
AWARD is given to the senior who has made out-
standing achievements in the field of science. Mr.
Leslie Hendrix takes into consideration the students,
past physics and chemistry records before selecting
the student whose qualifications are best.
BETTY CROCKER AWARD
BAUSCH LOMB AWARD
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The king and queen of "Winter Wonderland"
at were Linda Watkins and Donny Johnson.
Winter Wonderlarid was the theme
of the Christmas Formal. The decorations
consisted of tumbleweeds sprayed with
silver paint to represent snowmen,
Christmas trees, and white pillars.
The king and queen, Donny Johnson
and Linda Watkins, were presented with
crowns of red velvet, trimmed in gold
The March-of-Dimes Valentine Dance
was held on the patio with Disc-jockey
Cary Seger on hand as master of cere-
The queen, Stella Alcocer, and at-
tendants Bobbie Martin and Angie Mur-
rietta were presented with crowns of
pink velvet and silver glitter, by last
yearis queen Nancy Miller.
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Kathy Kruse crowns queen Linda Watkins as contestants Virginia McBride,
O'Brien, Sally Slaughter, and Rosanne Mortensen look on.
At left, queen Stella Alcocer sits with one of her attendants Angie Murriet
pictured is second attendant Bobbie Martin.
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Junior boys were given the chance to display their basketball talent in the "game be- john Hedges jumps for the 1,311 while two
tween them and the townspeople.
The "T" Club initiation commando basketball game proved to be inter-
esting although rough.
Tri-Hi-Y and FHA girls battle for the ball during the "Powder Puff"
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unidentified townspeople attempt to stop him.
Here Burke Whitfield exhibits his torn shoe which
had been new when the game started.
Pam Leonard and Sherry Shelton were the Tri-Hi-Y
official bench-warmers and sweepers.
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sembly in its honor. Here David Cox, secretary, presents a talk pep assgmbligg,
on A'The Atom."
Mrs. TOIHIJSOII smiles as she presents Jeanne
Leister with the Betty Crocker Award at
the semester honor assembly.
Leanne Crosser, Elizabeth Bell, ,lana Keith,
Linda Watkins, Gloria Zaragoza and Lynn
Frederick reeeive their eertifit-ales for emu-
pleting the first aid course.
4'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" was among the
ballads and folk songs presented by the
Mississippians Quartet at one of the assem-
t blies made possible by National School As-
Linda Watkins, Robin Leverton and Suzie Whyman play it for a
laugh in a pep assembly during football season.
It was good-by and good luck to the team as they left for Winslow.
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Barbar Cray's hair stood bn end during an atomic energy
Everyone gathered around the bonfire to encourage the
team to victory.
up Queue was MW
More students than ever before have crowded through the halls
this year between classes.
Katie and Angie Vuldivia show off their unusually long hair.
Mr. Cary Mattson's American history classes turned in some
fine pieces of workmanship for their semester projects.
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During lunch period many of the students pass the
having a good old fashioned 'igulf' session.
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of the ffirls at TUHS. Here Dolores Valenzuela and Nunn
Miller proudly exhibit theirs.
'Nlany jokes and stories were told by students behind
locker doors this year in the hallway.
Pictured at right are Lincoln and his wife in their box
at Ford Theater. In thc background is John Wilkes
Booth. This was one of the historical scenes viewed by
the American history students while on their field trip
to the Wax Museum.
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Ruth Moseley puts final touches on the Mary Aleman, Peggy Aleomazzo, and Pam Beasley
table at the annual Bookworm tea. JV cheerleaders, discuss the pep assembly they uri
to perform in.
Mr. Cary Mattson points out one of the unique features of the wax figures during the field trip
to the American Heritage Wax Museum.
Contestants line up for the evening gown competition during the
1963 Miss Tolleson Pageant. They are Donna Woodland, Betty Alcocer,
Donna Thurn, Mary Beth Pedigo, Linda Grissam, Susie Whyman,
and Diana Tygart.
The Miss Congeniality Award is presented to Donna Woodland by
Miss Westside, Diane Gregory, while emcee Art Brock looks on.
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Woodland, proudly stands with her
two attendants Diana Tygart ill,
first runner-up, and Susie Why-
man, second runner-up.
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Managers: K. Dyer, R. Aranda, D. Larson, R. Rich, D. Vickers.
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Although bothered by a number of injuries, Tolleson finished the season with a fine record of six wins
and four losses. Three of the games were lost by one point each and the other by five points.
George Soto with the best all around record had 1181 yards rushing on a total of 73 carries. Burke Whitfield
was named to the All-State team. '
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The team and coaches ask for some outside help as they
prepare for a game.
Richard Grissam 1245 and John Hedges C703 team up to stop
a Kingman player.
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ROW 1: T. Mirabal, V. Codinez, L. Lizarruga, S. Carrillo, J. Ellton, R. Thrasher, Coach Mattson. ROW 2: B. Castancda, A.
Morado, T. Hedges, J. Snyder, Z. Alvillar, L. Camus, L. Hatfield. ROW 3: L. Rodriguez, R. Calindo, D. Sparkmun, J. Cruz,
M. Baker, B. Conovaloff. ROW 4: L. Hudson, P. Moreno, J. Accomazzo, R. Coppinger, W. Smith, R. Nogales, G. Whitfield,
D. Thrasher, J. Jonovich.
ROW 1: D. Thrasher, R. Larson, A. Pennington, C. Dietzman, G. Whitfield, L. Villalobos, H. Quinonez, A. Morado, F. Duran,
R. Castaneda, F. Duran, A. Olson, F. McWilliams, R. East, R. Tovar, R. Elias, A. Macias, R. Rosales, L. Rodriguez, A. Molina,
D. Martinez, R. Nogales, B. Custancda, F. Ochoa, R. Gomez, Coach Woodring.
Cagews Had 12-7 Qemsow:
Avenged, 52.5 Points Pew Game
The Wolverine cagers had a fine season with a record of
13 wins and 7 losses which earned them a berth in the district
tournament and a trip to Winslow. The Wolverines had a 52.5
point average per game. Vlfhile scoring a hot 1049 points,
against 910 points for their opponents.
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4'Games played in Phx. Christian Christmas tournament.
ROW 1 J Mortensen, C. Soto, Coach Woodring, S. Zaragoza, J. Medrano. ROW 2 R Soto
J Soto J Hedges, G. Babcock, L. Williams, A. Gutierrez.
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ROW 1: D. Thrasher. L. Morgan, R. Elias, E. Serrano, L. Rodriquez, A. Conovaloff, R. Castaneda, D. Leon, R. Nogales, L. Hudson
J. Duran, W. Camaz, P. Terral, R. Gomez.
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BOTTOM ROW: M. Elias, C. Bunger, G. Soto, B. Lopez, F. Mesquita. MIDDLE ROW: A.
Seledon, R. Chapman, S. Zaragoza, J. Medrano, T. Smiley. TOP ROW: H. Watkins, D. Green,
C. Babcock, Coach Mattson.
ROW 1: B. Lopez, A. Seledon, J. Medrano. ROW 2: T. Smiley,
M. Elias, D. Green and G. Babcock.
BOTTOM ROW: C. Bunger, S. Zaragoza, R. Chapman, G
Soto. TOP ROW: J. Mortensen, H. Watkins, F. Mesquita
BOTTOM ROW: B. Lopez, A. Seledon. MIDDLE ROW: S. Zaragoza, H.
Watkins, F. Mesquita, G. Soto. LAST: G. Babcock.
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V. Thomas, J. Cruz, R. Lara. LAST ROW: B. Thrasher, D. Green, M. Whitfield, Coach. Snyder.
ROW 1: W. Gomez, L. Villalobos, A. Mendoza, S. Smiley, R. Ramirez, F. Duran, L. Ochoa, A. Pennington ROW 2 J Duran
A. Conovaloff, A. Olson, D. Thrasher, L. Rodriguez, R. Elias, B. Castaneda, R. Nogales, Mr. Woodring.
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Pole-vaulter Terry White sails over the bar.
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ROW 1: R. Lara, F. Valenzuela, J. Macias, B. Brown, R. Grissam. ROW 2: Coach Santia, P.
Hineman, J. Stewart, T. Mirabal, C. Smith, V. Godinez, R. Coppinger. ROW 3: L. Hatfield, B.
Quinonez, J. Elton, J. Hedges, L. Landers, T. White and J. Soto.
W , ..hw.,,-,t-.. ',...,l.u,,m The TUHS cindermen showed promise of a good
- 5 year under Coach Phil Santia.
g g 5' ' i 157 Benny Quinonez set a new school record in the
mmfft , . high jump by soaring 5' Iliff' in a meet with
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A -Q an 'A An up-and-coming freshman, Ralph Rojas,
showed promise of becoming a real great in the
long distance runs.
Bennv Quinonez show his record-breaking, high
ROW 1: J. Russell, G. Castillo, D. Larson. ROW 2: R. Grissam, G. Leon, G. Prince, made up
the boys varsity tennis team and were coached by Mr. Gutierrez.
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Cox, David, 35, 60, 77
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Cruz, Rosita, 47
Dannatt, Connie, 39
Daugherty, James, 47
Davis, Connie, 42, 58
Davis, Leonard, 24
Davis, Ray, 47
Dee, Pennye, 35, 59, 62, 63, 72
Deen, Mary, 25, 61, 65
Delaney, John, 36, 58
Del Castillo, George, 47
Dickey, Donald, 25
Dickey, Linda, 47
Dietzman, Carl, 47, 60, 87
Armida, 36, 61
Duran, Fred, 47, 54, 87
Duran, Henrietta, 42, 61
Duran, Joe, 47
Duran, Leonard, 40, 52, 54
, Patsy, 25, 31, 58, 61
Dyer, Charles, 42, 58, 85
East, Don, 36, 84, 96
East, Richard, 47, 60, 87
Edwards, Joe, 42
Elias, Manuel, 36, 79, 91
Elias, Paul, 47
Elias, Raymond, 47, 87
Elias, Rosemary, 47, 58
Elias, Rudy, 47
Ellton, Jimmy, 42, 60, 85, 87, 96
Espinoza, Irma, 47, 59, 61
Espinoza, Olga, 42
Evans, Billy, 36
Farris, Gail, 47
Farris, Ronald, 25
F avela, Alice, 47, 58, 59, 61
Felix, Joe, 36
Figueroa, Mary, 47
Figueroa, Raymond, 47
Flores, Nancy, 42
Fogelson, Terry, 25, 53, 66
F ogelson, Virginia, 42, 54
Fohrenkan, Rebecca, 47, 58
Franks, David, 42, 54
Frederick, Lee, 19, 25, 59, 62, 64 66 73
Frederick, Lynn, 19, 26, 52, 59 62 64 65 77
Fulton, Kenneth, 42
Gaither, Nancy, 42
Galindo, Gloria, 48, 87
Galindo, Ruben, 42
Gallardo, Benito, 42
Gamblin, Myrna, 39, 65
Gamez, William, 48
Ganus, James, 48
Ganus, Larry, 42, 60, 87
Garcia, Manuel, 48
Garcia, Nellie, 48
Garcia, Virginia, 36, 58, 59,
Gardner, Dorallene, 36, 62
Gardner, Loretta, 48, 62
Gem, Yolanda, 42
Godinez, Victor, 42, 54, 87
Goff, Gary, 42
Goff, Martha, 48, 58, 62
Gomez, Raymond, 48, 87
Gomez, Vilma, 26
Gonzales, Frankie, 42
Gonzales, Mickey, 42, 54
Gonzales, Raymond, 45
Gorman, Patricia, 38
Gray, Barbara, 19, 26, 62, 78
Gray, Beverly, 42
Green, Dean, 42, 53
Green, Don, 26, 70, 71, 84, 91
Green, Scott, 48, 60
Green, Terry, 48, 54
Greenmyer, Barbara, 19, 26, 73
Greer, Gerald, 42
Gregory, Kay, 36, 58
Grissam, Linda, 26, 56, 63, 73, 82
Grissam, Richard, 36, 84, 86
Grosser, George, 42,
Grosser, Guy, 48
Leanne, 48, 77
Grosser, Olwyn, 48, 58
Hedges, Teddy, 43, 60, 87
Hinez, Gary, 36, 72
Guerra, Antonia, 42, 61
Guerra, Molly, 48
Gutierrez, Alfred, 26, 88
Gutierrez, Antonia, 48, 59, 61
Guzman, Alfredo, 46, 48, 52
Hall, Clinton, 26
Hall, Harry, 27, 31, 73
Halterman, Daniel, 27
Halterman, Mawene, 48, 61, 63
Halterman, Wendell, 42
Hammersley, Michael, 39
Harvey, Doris, 42
Hass, Charley, 48, 60
Hatfield, Lonnie, 43, 60, 87, 96
Hauser, Donald, 27, 60
Hedges, John, 86, 60, 67, 84, 86, 8
Hengsteller, Leonard, 43
Hernandez, Johnny, 43, 54
Hernandez, Maria, 36
Hernandez, Stanley, 43, 64
Hill, Bonnie, 48
Hineman, Paul, 27, 60, 84
Hintz, Dorlene, 43, 57, 61, 62
Hintz, Richard, 48
Hoffpauir, Wayne, 43
Holderith, Kathy, 43, 54, 58
Hudson, David, 36, 60, 72
Hudson, Lawrence, 46, 48
Huffman, Patricia, 48 ,58
Huggins, Kenneth, 48
Hutchinson, Linda, 27, 66
7, 88, 96
Jackson, Milton, 27, 65
Johnson, Arlene, 48, 59, 61, 63
Johnson, Donnie, 28, 60, 85
Jonovich, Ivan, 43, 60, 87
Juarez, Mary, 48
Keith, Jana, 43, 77
Kelly, Patrick, 43
Kennedy, Arlene, 28, 59
Khan, Niamet, 17, 28, 29, 52, 60
Kimmel, Dorothy, 43, 58
Knox, Gerald, 48
Kruse, Kathryn, 28, 33, 52, 57, 59, 61, 63, 75, 98, 53
Laborin, Lilly, 48
Lair, lleen, 36, 54, 55, 62
Ly Nye, Ted, 43, 45, 54
Landers, Gene, 48
Landers, Larry, 36, 60, 84, 96
Landers, Neil, 48
Lara, Raymond, 36
Lara, Yolanda, 48
Larson, Dennis, 36, 60, 85
Larson, Randy, 48, 87
Lawrence, Gary, 48, 60
Ledesma, Linda, 48
Ledesma, Maria, 36
Leister, Jeanne, 28, 56, 62, 63,
Leon, Clemente, 28, 53, 64
Leon, David, 48
Leon, George, 28, 53, 64, 65
Leon, Gloria, 43, 58
Leon, Martha, 36, 58, 64
Leon, Mary Louise, 37
Leon, Ysabel, 43, 61
Leonard, Donald, 48, 60
Leonard, Pamela, 37, 53, 62, 6
73, 74, 77
6, 67, 72
Leverton, Robert, 37, 52, 53, 58, 72, 78
Lewis, Billy, 48
Little, Margaret, 37
Lizarraga, Larry, 37, 85
Lizarraga, Lewis, 43, 87
Long, Henrietta, 43
Lopez. Bobby, 43. 60. 83. 85. 91
Lopez, Connie. 45. 54
Lopez, David, 37
Lopez. Jessie. 43
McBride. Virginia. 43. 57. 61, 6
McMichen, Lois, 48
McMichen. Sharon, 37
McWilliams, Boyd, 48, 96
McWilliams, Floyd, 48, 87, 96
McWilliams, Peggy, 37, 56
Macias, Alfred, 48, 87
Macias, Gilbert, 48
Macias, James, 37, 84. 96
Mackey, Brenda, 37
Mackey, J. T., 48, 58
Mackey, Virginia, 37
Manning, Joyce, 43, 58
Marks, Jeannie, 43, 59, 61
Marquez, Edward, 48
Martin, Roberta, 28, 56, 64, 65
Martin, Henry, 43
Martinez, Danny, 48, 87
Martinez, David, 36, 81
Martinez, Ernesto, 43
Martinez, Bstella, 37
Martinez, Frances, 43
Martinez, Jesus, 48
Martinez, Margie, 18, 37
Martinez, Yolanda, 48
Mastin, Marlene, 37, 59
Mattingly, Dickie, 37
Mattingly, Rita, 37, 59
Mauldin, Nadine, 43, 54
Medrano, Joe, 37, 85, 88
Mendiola Mickey, 29, 64
Mendiola, Nellie, 19, 40, 43
Mendiola, Pete, 48
Mendoza, Albert, 48
Mendoza, Domingo, 43, 54
Mendoza, Joe, 43
Mesquita, Fernando, 37, 84, 91
Messer, Sharon, 48, 58, 62
Miller, David, 43
Miller, Judy, 29, 64, 66, 73
Miller, Nancy, 44, 56, 65, 79
Mitchell. Carol. 49
Mirabal. Tony. 44. 54. 60. 85. 87
Molina. Angel. 49, 87
Morado. Armando. 49. 87
Moreno. Arthur. 44, 54
Moreno. Lucy. 44
Moreno. Pablo. 44. 87
Moreno. Raymond. 37. 65
Morgan. Larry, 49, 60
Morgan. Henry Lee, 49, 58
Mortensen. James. 25. 29, 60. 66, 73, 88
Mortensen, Rosanne. 49, 58, 63, 75
Moseley, Ruth, 29, 52, 56, 59, 61, 62, 63,
Moya. Precilla. 44
Murrieta, Lupe, 29, 37
Murrietta. Angie, 44, 75
Murrieta. Armida. 44, 59, 61, 64
Nails, Vickie, 39
Nava, Helen, 44, 61
Nava, Lucy, 25, 29, 57, 61, 64
Navarro, Jessie, 49, 61, 64
Nelson, Barbara, 49, 58, 63
Newsome, Debbie, 39
Newton, Jim, 49, 60
Nickerson, Melvin, 49
Nogales. Mary, 44
Nogales, Ruben, 49, 87
Nogales, Yolanda, 48
O,Brien, Arthur, 44, 59
O,Brien, Peggy, 49, 63, 75
Ochoa, Elidia, 37, 54
Ochoa, Frankie, 49, 87
Olson, Alfred, 49, 60, 87
Oracion, Cathy, 22, 30, 57, 61, 70, 71, 98
Ordonez, Joe, 30, 60, 84
Pardue, Brenda, 58
Parker, Wayne, 37, 58
Pedigo, Eddie, 49
Pedigo, Mary Beth, 37, 59, 82
Pendergast, Marilyn, 49
Schulke. Sharon. 18. 38. 56. 62
Pennington. Alice. 49
Pennington. Allen. 49. 87
Perez. Mary Alice. 49
Perez. Mary Ellen. 49
Pike. JoAnn. 62
Pillar. Shirley. 49. 54
Pina. Robert. 49
Pino. Socorro. 44. 54
Plummer. Deborah. 49
Plunnner. Rodger, 44
Poole. Patricia. 38
Popoff. Annette. 30, 56, 73. 98
Potteet. Cheri. 61
Prather. Billy. 38. 53, 72
Prather. Gary, 44. 59, 60
Prince. Carrie. 49
Prince. Idotha, 44. 58
Pyle. Fay. 49
Quezada. Gloria, 38, 56, 59, 61
Quezada, Ramiro, 49
Quinonez. Benny, 38, 84
Quinonez. Dora, 49, 61
Quinonez, Henry. 49, 87
Rael, Alex. 44
Raihl, Mary Lou
Ramirez. Manuel. 49
Ramirez. Yvonne, 49. 59, 61
Ramos. Sally, 49
Ramos,ATammy, 44, 54
Randall, Terri, 44
Rascon, Mary, 30, 79
Rascon, Valentine, 44
Rediger, ldonna, 49, 58
Relfe, Lynne, 44
Reyes, Juan, 49
Rhodes, Margie, 38, 58
Rice, Joe, 44
Rich, Richard, 38, 85
Rincon, Danny, 44
Riggs, Barbara, 30
Roberts, Frances, 4-9
Rodriguez, Edward, 58
Rodriguez, Elizabeth, 30, 53, 59, 61, 64
Rodriguez. Larry. 49. 87
Rojas. Henry. 49
Rojas. Ralph. 49. 54
Rosales. Julio. 38
Rosales. Raymond. 49. 87
Ruiz. Ralph. 38
Russell. James. 4-4. 60
Saenz. Robert. 49
Salas. Beatrice. 49
Salas. Teresa. 38
Salazar. Yolanda. 44. 58. 59. 61
Samaniego. Jane. 49
Samaniego. Lidia. 49. 61
Samudio. Rosie. 49
Scamp. Jerry. 44
Scamp. Larry. 49
Schmidt. Janet. 38. 54. 55
Schmidt. Mike. 49
Albert. 30. 60. 84. 91
Seledon. Ester. 44. 59. 61. 63
Serrano. Enrique. 50
Shelton. Larry. 31
Sherry. 38. 62. 67. 72
Silva. Frank. 50
Simmons. Cary. 44
Slaughter. Ricky. 44. 5-1
Slaughter. Salli. 50. 62. 63. 75
Smiley. Jimmy. 31. 60. 85
Smiley, Sandy, 50, 54
Smiley. Terry, 34. 38. 52. 84
Smith. Carry, 44
. Ethen, 50
Smith. Marilyn. 38, 58, 63. 72
Smith. Otha. 38. 51, 58
Smith. William. 44. 54. 87
Sneed. Jean. 44
Snyder. Jack. 45. 87
Soto. Bonnie. 38. 52, 61, 79
Soto. George. 38. 65. 84, 88. 91
Soto. Joe. 31. 85. 88
Ray. 33. as
Sparkman. Darrell. 45. 54. 87
Spurling, James, 50
Stewart, Clarence, 22, 31, 60, 84
Stewart, Sandra, 38, 56, 59, 63
St. John, Paulette, 49, 63
St. John, Vernon, 38, 53, 60
Stottlemyre, Sharon, 31, 53, 66
Strode, Donna, 45
Szymanski, Doris, 50
Szymanski, Kenneth, 38, 54, 72
Tackett, Dawn, 22, 31, 53, 56, 59,
Tackett, Dolores, 45, 53, 61, 63
Tackett, Judith, 38
Tackett, Karen, 59, 61, 63
Tankersley, Larry, 50
Tellez, Gloria, 50
Terrell, Phillip, 50
Thomas, Vince, 38, 60, 85
Thompson, Donald, 32, 66, 73
Thrasher, Dennis, 50, 87
Thrasher, Robert, 45, 85, 87
Thurn, Donna, 22, 32, 52, 53, 64,
Tickenoff, Joe, 50, 60
Tidball, James, 50
Tidmore, Lynda, 50, 58, 62
Tovar, Ralph, 50, 87
Trinidad, Romona, 50
Trinidad, Stanley, 38, 60, 84
Trombley, Claudette, 50
Trombley, Renee, 45
Trout, Gordon, 32, 60
Turpen, Marlene, 45
Tygart, Diana, 34, 39, 54, 58, 82
Underdown, Emily, 45, 58
Underdown, Robert, 32, 53, 60
Valdez, Anita, 45
Valdez, Guillermo, 45
Valdivia, Angie, 39, 79
Valdivia, Katy, 50, 59, 61, 79
65, 74, 82
Valenzuela, Dolores, 56, 65, 79, 45
Valenzuela, Frank, 39, 60, 96
Valiquet, George, 45
Vaughn, J immy, 45
Van Horn, Antoinette, 50
Vanosdell, Pam, 50, 58, 617, 63
Van Winkle, Mike, 50
Vickers, David, 50, 54, 85
Villa, Danny, 39
Villa, Manuel, 39, 54
Villa, Sylvia, 50
Villa, Yolanda, 45
Villalobos, Louis, 50, 87
Villela, Nellie, 45
Walker, Sheila, 39, 58
Walker, Janice, 45
Wallick, Susan, 59
Walnetski, Christina, 50
Watkins, Harvey, 32, 60, 85, 91
Watkins, Linda, 45, 58, 59, 61, 62,
Watkins, Patsy, 50
Weaver, Gene, 32
Wells, Carol, 39
West, Diana, 50, 58, 63
White, Gregory, 45
White, Patricia, 45, 58
White, Terry, 32, 96
Whitehurst, Carol, 45, 61, 63
Whitfield, Beverly, 23, 33, 58
Whitfield, Burke, 23, 33, 66, 84, 67
Whitfield, Gregory, 46, 50, 87
Whitfield, Martin, 39, 60, 84
Whyman, Sandi, 50, 58, 59
Whyman, Susie, 18, 39, 59, 62, 72,
Williams, John, 33, 53, 59
Williams, Larry, 39, 88
Willis, Judy, 50, 58, 62, 63
Wilson, Irvin, 10, 39, 53, 66, 72
Winburne, Eddie, 39
Winburne, Robert, 45, 60
Wingate, Devilla, 50
Wood, Sylvia, 50
63, 75, 77, 78
Woodland, Donna, 19, 33, 56, 62, 82
Yherra, Charles, 54, 45
Zaragoza, Defina, 50
Zaragoza, Gloria, 40, 45, 61, 77
Zaragoza, Steve, 39, 88
Zenker, Pat, 39
Decker, R. Clair 10, 14, 52, 60
Faris, John 16, 22, 54, 55, 58
Gutierrez, George 13, 64, 95
Hendrix, Leslie 10, 53
Jenkin, Harry 12, 22
Keegan, William 9
Lindsey, Willimina 12, 53, 59
Ma5Ton, Gary 11, 40, 60, 64,
Michaels, Marge 15, 40
Neumann, J. J. 17
Peterson, Jean 12
Basler, Hilda 19
Davis, Margaret 20
Giebel, Nancy 20
Hintz, Maude 19
Holderith, June 20
Mendoza, George 20
79, ao, 87, 90,
Robeson, Patricia 11, 61, 98
Santia, Phil 11, 60, 84, 95, 96
Seifman, Frances 10, 34
Sims, Edgar 14, 46, 84
Snyder, Don 6, 17, 93
Thompson, Bruce 10, 34, 46
Thompson, Elaine 15,77
Vowles, Gwen 13, 22
Wager, Clinton 9
Walter, Maryalice 13, 72, 73
Winthrop, Robert 13, 64, 66
Woodring, Phil 11, 34, 87, 88, 94
Micheals, Allen 20
Miller, Quentin 20
Nelson, Gordon 20
Phillips, Tim 20
Roberds, Etoile 20
Shelton, Grace 19
Editoafs Page .
Throughout this school year. the Wolverine staff has worked hard to meet
the deadline dates. As the final shipment was sent in to the publishers. there
were many sighs of relief.
I. as editor of the 1963 Wolverine. would like to take this opportunity to
say thank you to all the many people who aided me in making this annual
First. iny most sincere thanks go to the other members on the staff. especial-
ly Terry Fogelson and Tryin Wilson who worked so long in the darkroom
developing pictures. and Mr. Robert D. Winthrop. who gave us the most
valuable assistance as our advisor.
Thanks to Mrs. Hilda Basler and Mrs. Maude Hintz. we were able to get
name lists and check the correct spelling of names from the office files.
Thanks also go to the UpDikes Studios who sent us the class pictures and
special pictures when they were needed. and to the Taylor Publishing Com-
pany for allowing us to correct our mistakes.
Special thanks to all the businesses that purchased an ad and to all the
students who bought an annual.
I hope that this annual brings as much enjoyment to its readers as it has
brought to us on the 1963 Wolverine Staff.
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TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
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