Torrance High School - Torch Yearbook (Torrance, CA)

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If GJ H x lx,QQ WzWi:f-Qfgjfwwk Y Afirhe TILORCH STAFF pre- - Q ' ' 5' A iff L 4 gif f ,gf sents THE 1958 TORCH, 2 'V f' " B! ff 'h, VOL.XXXII,TOR- .zf f 1 ,A RANGE HIGH SCHOOL w - , Af M VJ K A -- ce, Cql?fornia. I . XT ik! l rf, V K yy!!! f ! Q g- M Wup u - :+,AmklzfQ4fMWf JA r L' J ww M Y FJ fpafvib iv felt :' A ' luv ,Viv ' F ,bij 'NL Qwxfxf KV-X ,Hu 1" 1 ,J f fn Lb '-K , Lk L' F Y li A4 -xiii . 1 Nr' Cy xfswig Q 'X 14 ' ll ku ,J AA -- -I H IV J " 5 'TUV 'YH ffilwv 9 OJ 5y ' TU O J 6 W 1 ' l' 'un 1 xy A , Q 71.f'3'X,k.,f VV V ,X X, X L zwwqf ,U KL f di 4 L ,1 X., fx s 4 f ,W ff!! YL Z1 L, J I fu? K1 V f, A X, VVQII T : V A vv,V fx .Aff " " V' ' " 0 1 ,il , ye I, K , F fy f' K, 'l ' I - , , I 5 ' 7 .fL' I " if V' 133. ,Q 4 1 k,1'A-iff: flaw gl In I' J tv X ' ' in in ff -fi' ., fl "1 fhil- ,, n 14 if 'P F' ff. 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A terrific job of leadership was por- trayed by both coaches not only in leading the school as a whole but in many other A 1, P . r gf activities around the campus. V , I .a"y QA gn.A They both played varsity foot- 'M' t L42 ball and also "B" football for 2 years along with track and basketball, etc. In coaching our varsity football team this year, the coaches put their ideas together and came up with a great team that took ,. w.f"'f?'5.9 , . ,,,. .Ji ,, i""iQ. ' T' 4 -'yn 1 2 1 .sv L second lace in the South irq, 'Sl S I 7dWil5 ' f2'i""' i'W'3l Ba Lea e We wish to c - C.: g -by or 4f4!f?.M - xl y gu . QD 4 F24 gratulate you both and Wish ' .JM-H ' f 3 -r ' S m" 99 . M ww- 1 A 4,tA,1,g you the best of luck through f' , .,M',s..4'- 's ' - W Milf' f 'VW-If ,f--- . ,-5. flvlfityf the coming years, not only at ff :kg ,Q ! Torrance High but in what- f Q tj? iff? fi., ' 'i'Q,.g,u Njf.'tsfi3Q'N,x,g5 - ever you amay attempt to X A A Li 'A -sf 3Qs'.,, l ' I I .ww ,Mr Q 5. f ,-gQ,."'N., ,irijiikqc achieve in your c life. May, "' -1 .-3. a ty . M'fF?'i' '?hQ.wq,: A - ' , fviffjzw fw5""'?r'f Q it ,A , at ,' lQ1B'f,f'f'5gvWfTi?.,.t,3i,,,.t',tN your success excel and grow ?'35j?T,:5g"?yjaga'3 1 ,B f gif,-, fy- -4:3-322.4-Q -Q through the coming years. :' gtk' I " nl '-2 E2 K W , g if' KI X .-, .xiii f'iv'.c5l'.:i,.',"'.,,, . ' lf ' ' gf "1:"i at ix . i ii f 'fyf - rf' 3' i' l' bf' 1 1 ' -ilw-1 '42 " "fb ri' A ..w 25.11, f 4 1 sf . ',. ., Q 'yr ' .X ,fx li, It Q gat ing, :N . , .gal J ,F3?1BiE.l .t fy.. v K, fl w it h, N t Eimlvgxk gy, if fs?-Wfftstk ff .NSS .1 f Q., , 'fre' r fi 'X H33 its IJIQ rg lW,1,.5f - K-if ,,' -.2 sit -xi., ,.-- "- , K , ky' in-----:it 'I' , V f , W. it ,,,,51sz4,. , 'rf "fum, --tits i' .- f-W' sf .-figvfr trys 'arf ' A , .j- , ' is we .1 ,' . N','51Q'..f, X .'Fe-gY"'2Q-ggtfn' , ' we T Z: ,t A 4 - ' "" . T' " - 'ff-L Q-5'f""t' T 5 'Ttffz f' Cf .6 I H it yt, .4 A aw Jfgpthi ,:N.f,4EfLf akyplhig bg! N- ' ff- I'-, "'f- 5' T 2 V 59' ' as 5 fra, ., t- e .9 32-:seg ,K 1' c' - ,,.'f-.. 1 -. -,s -f- fe.-2. Lava '- - W-iq li g L 2 f i I T 7 X A 'H 0574 QT vw , T' , L. Q . X Mr. Robert Brown has left an empty room at Torrance High School, but his teaching goes on, for no one has forgotten him and no one will. Mr. Brown always had a smile on his face, and was an inspiration while teaching Freshman Prob- lems. He was well liked by all students who knew him and admired by his colleagues. During his stay here, Mr. Brown suc- ceeded in making Tor- rance High a better lu MUMOALWM school in many waw ' any 5 W 7 I yy UALQKV rx D V, My A tb Q! ofzwfw lj lbw .NV T iii yn L l X i mylfwgijltl J fig hese are only a portion of the many h 4 ix QU X N' I 'stowed upon our Torrance High students l by l will ty AVL more will be awarded toward the closing of 'V U W A my l 9 f f ,LW ,L W T0 . , ' I i 1 A , , -rw 'x .VQJX ,l Wi W 1 X Q rdf' 3 Vu Q lp .ya f fl x maxi! Lf Mah, X T' M' A E-- ' 'R 4 , ' f BANK OF AMERICA AWARDS F MFT Wjxw XV Special Fields of lg U N 'A N V it . 'avid Burdick Art-Bruce Bielefelt l ef xiab. Qc ence-Tom Carter Social Science-Richard Ryon jg U .pf Muiiq-LB1ll Colby Forelgn Language-Lester Rlice X., . L A Business-Anita Wood Y ,L Ray H me Economics-Shirley Bullock fx Gf Kb' f lgade-Iyndipjtry-Max yenton GSI N! U A R hw AL b Q A x, L if X bf KJ L, X1 U H i NNJATGQ AL MERITNSCHOLARSHIP CORP. Letter of Commendation Jim Sena Delores Horvat David Burdick SPORTS BLANKET AVUARDS Football-Harold Davis Basketball-Dale Mead Track-Butch White Baseball-Lee Day AEM? -' - A ...-W' V11 'i.i. :Dx GNTEN S VW I W, ,'v 1957 Board of Edu- cation: Mr. D. D. Parrish, Mr. Charl- ton A. Mewborn, Mr. G. Arnold, Dr. j. H. Hull, Mr. Clinton B. Cooke, Mrs. Grace Wright 20 22 X My 9 Ammo 1 if MN! MT' T: ' 11:11 M A . A LV Cyl! , f ,Il RQ I X, 'u 7? 24 P J 4 I 1 I 1 I The entrance to our high school presents an impressive view from any angle. 'f '2k5?rli'5QE,?Si V . fswggrf- , 13.51, ',f-:er--'-fr-s::. -Xffrf L' Y 'L-Sr, QL if? . -f,1fs.i'ii?:5ii nfl , ,,,.,, , ,lee . - . iff:-1' s.--"""" 149. MR. LEONARD LIFTON, Assistant Principal of Pupil Personnel, is in charge of student dis- cipline, the hiring of substitute teachers, the counseling office, and the attendance office. En my lx 4 1 I M MR. CARL AHEE, Principal of Torrance High School. "Man through the agesg from caveman to satellite, has been concerned with progress. The pages of this 1958 Torch record the many worthwhile accomplish- ments and activities that have highlighted your years at Tor- rance High School, Through these experiences we hope that you have learned what your greatest talents are, and that you will develop them to your highest capacity, toward the end that these talents may be used constructively for the progress of your community, our nation and the worldf' 4' KY' MR. MARCUS T. CALIJWELL, Vice Principal in charge of Administration, is also the school athletic director. He is in charge of clerical and custodial help, and manages the fiscal budget. M. JOHN SWAFFORD, Tor- MRS. CATHERINE LEPS Girl,f'Ad1.'i501' NIR. WILLARD MORGAN Boys" Advisor 'x . 'bv N 05' ' X. Mrs. Leps and Mr. Morgan supervise the counseling and guidance of Torrance High students, Together they program and schedule all pupils and classes, arrange the testing programs and scholarships, In addition, Mrs. Leps handles articulation between high school and elementary pupils, and Mr. Morgan is in charge of articulation between the high school and colleges. MR. GORDON JOHNSTON serves as our student activities rance High School Attendance Su- pervisor, is in charge of pupil personnel accounting. MR. HAROLD WIDNEY, advisor, sponsor to the student council, and is responsible in the co-ordinating of all of TI-IS' ac- tivities. 71 3-2' Curriculum Co-ordinator. Mr. Wfidney, among other du- ties, performs the following: provides resource service for teachers, appraises and orders textbooks and equipment, aids in improving the instructional program and attends curricu- lum conferences. 31 Mr. joseph Anastasi Basic skills. Hometown Boston, Mass. B.A., M.A.-University' of Arkan- sas. Mr. Garth Belknap American Heritage Hometown: Torrance, Calif. a .,,,, , . B.A., U.S.C. . ZgE.Q:'7:5 -V '17 .-t " ""' f ,.,.- ',1: Q '5 'I ' , L ' 5 Ii' ' Ou '5. "1111" Bereskm Language Hometown: Winnipeg, Z Canada-B.A.- ' University of Manitoba Mr. Willard Boerger Physical Education Hometown: Plain City, Ohio B.S.-Ohio State .V A I U' 1-'v 4 14:35 in , 1 f '-.V 9 12 aim- 'N 'L W ' ff 5 Mrs . ,A,. V , Jeanne 1. 1. ff Mr. Howard Brubaker Physical Education Hometown: La Jolla, Calif. Lon g Beach State Richard Bullington Shops Hometown: Redondo Beach, Calif. B.A.-San Diego State Hometown: Grand Rapid Mich. B.S. Univ of Mich Mrs. Marilyn Uean Business Education 5, Mr, Walter Douthwri ght Freshman Problems Mrs. Hometown: Salmon Falls, N, H, B.Ecl.-Keene Teachers College Vincent DIFIOYC Garshfield IK World Heritage Basic 5141115 . ,,.: Hometown: Hgmetowng - W' Santa Barbara, Calif, Saginaw, Michigan B.A., UC, Santa Barbara B,S,, M,S,-U,S,C, .3 .sn ...M 90 1 W' Mrs. Anne Graves Miss Margaret Hennessy - COUYCUTP- Pf0blCmS Business Education 5L,,,,,g,' Hometown: . , Hometown: ,f , I-008 Be'-Wh, Calif- ' Minneapolis, Minn. B.A.-Smith Coll. B'S. Z -I M'A- University I Long Beach of Minn' f State ,nf .-...,. .V T -1' ' i 'Lfiff .mu ill!" , ' "' 32934 : Q ' - ' f ,Q i f ' f,:'1'V 1 I' S ice Hammond ,,, ,, .,. Contemp. Problems , I Hometown' ia jef- Torrance, California i B.A., M.A. - U.S.C. f Mr' Von Hershey 1- Mr. Geoffry Inkin Drama li X' Math Hometown: N Hometown: Redondo Beach Vancouver, Canada fvnt UCLA ' William Hoag Physical Education Hometown: ,Y Huntington Park, Calif. B S.-U C.L.A. B.S.A, 8: B.Ed. U. of British Columbia Elroy Iverson Math Hometown: Torrance, California B.S., M.S.-Northern State Teachers College Mrs. Gladys Kennedy Mr. Irwin Kasten Language PhyS1C3l Ed. H0met0wng Hometown: San Juan, Torrance, Cal. , Puerto Rico BA, , BAQU of U-C-L-A' , Puerto +a, 'lvfa1u t . ff, f 'Z' " - ia r 1" f .4 C if in ' Pauline Katnich N f Physical Education W' M Hometown : ' Xi Pittsburgh, Penna. ' B.S.-State Teachers . College, Pennsylvania 44 Mrs. Jacqueline Marshall MISS Elilrilly Linton Physical Education Ufse Hometown: H0mef0Wflf E Venice, Calif. Torrance, Calif. P D C Y D St. Vincents U,C.L.A College of Nursing :lv M r. Robert McKnight Larry Macaray Art Hometown: Anaheim, California B.A.-Whittier College M.A.-Long Beach State -- . Science Mrs- Pat Miles gf, Hometown: a na ,,,,, ,. ,b , . Asst. L1 rarian ,gfijrq Long Beach, Cal, H etown. ,fag an B S M S - Om . ' :'Vj2..IAg.jjg ' S ' Torrance, ' "'. 4 -1 . . . Calif. . 'gli - , 2 Q. 'ligf ggnhg -ff: f' 'ff 1-555515-26 4 4, 4, 1, Y ,X If I Q Q X ffgwwffg f W , gl I 5' If A 3 . Se 11 -vw qi' ' f ,af E Wa W if In I 5 c, Q ,ff f E f IW? W if L 'R f, ,f ,f , v , , , 1 5 f , f f ' f f 7 I2 if Q f f , 4 9 7 44 ' 5, Q f 525 QIIFZV james - . Miss NiCh01S J . - joKaye Music ' " f2'.Q, , Meek Hometown : ' Home Economics X Milwaukee, Wisconsin Hometown: Ft. Cobb, Okla. X B.M.E., M.M.- B.S.-University of Okla. 1 . Northwestern University Mrs, Madeline O'Connor Mrs. Ruth Pearson Business Education Librarian Hometown: Hometown. Los Angeles, Calif. Redondo Beach, B.S.- Calif. U.C.L.A. .:,. U.S.C. -J' . .f f Z . , I V 'A A , Q iffy' Donald Orr QE ' V- American Heritage Z' Hometown: K' 9? Mansfield, Ohio B.A.-College of Wooster M.A.-Colorado State Mr. Martin Pelka MF- Wleslel' Peterson Physical Ed, American Heritage Hometown : Hometown : Gary, Turlock, Calif B.S., M.S.- B-A--U U.S.C. of Calif, ff M r M Mrs. ,"V ,Q ' Ross Barbara ' Q, Potter Penner guii Drama American Heritage lf ' Hometown: Hometown: New York, New. York Los AngeleS, Calif. A B -Umv Of Michigan -I2 B.F.S.-UlS,C. M.E.-Wayne St. U., Det Mr. Verne Powell Math Hometown. Mrvllobert Simmons Liberty, Nebr- XX orld Heritage A.B.-Doane Coll. Hometown: Mid'-Univ. Spr1ngfield,Mo. of Colo. - " B-EKINWI o. .P in A in H-,541 ,Q Gerald A' 't' Alfred Ronan. 'fgjg . - Smith wlorld Heflfage . , Science Hometown 2 Q ffflfi s Hometown : Torrance, Califqrrqia 1 t couacii Bluffs, Iowa B.S.-Creighton Ltmver, J B.A.-Wlhittier College Mr. Delmar Smith Business Education Hometown: Vifisner, Nebr, B.A.- Wfayne State Mr. Howard Towle World Heritage Hometown: Los Angeles Calif. B A Pepperdine Richard Turner Physical Education Hometown: Torrance California B.A. Idaho College Mrs. Mary Demonet Secretary to Principal Miss Harold XX'oodshop Hometown : Oswego, Kansas East Central Teachers Coll M.S.-Okla A. 8t M. ....g.. M 'C7 . W4 . M4 Mrs. jewel Fowler Secretary to Ass't Principal Administra- ,.-f' B.F.A.- M.A. Long Beach State Anne Timon Art Hometown: hlanhattan Beach, Calif. U.S.C. COQV' S 5 Mr. james H. Wilson Freshman Problems Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. N.M. Highlands M.A.-LA. " State xi! Mrs. Rosalee Wright Home Economics Hometown: Birmingham, Alabama B.S.--Montevallo tion Assistant Principal Pupil Personnel 41 MYQWV MISPI . ,X 5. ,gg Dorot ea ill' ' ' I Johnson ' Secretary to R 1 'Y A iq fe X7 5' Clarence Hi ins gg Groundsman n fl, 1 .7 . V V fm -,Ahh ' ff "' Clarence V Ditto , gi lf Senior Head l Custodian Left to Right: Ray A ' '35 - Rice, james McArthur, Handin NJ 1 Graham, George Payne, Mrs. Evely 1 rf, - ' V, Y.. 2 Roy, Frank Jerome, Tom Hood, Walter MFS- Phyllis H, Q . Patterson, George Reinent, Clarence Ditto. ' HCHdC1'S0I1 4 Q' Accounts ef Clerk Q Mrs. Evelyn Mrs. Marjorie SCXIOI1 Aflatkel' ,mf-1153-:,:.1'.i, lf ! . Counseling Attendance .l - Olflce Off1Cff , M A L ,L I e A W im . I V I 15 H: Q1 1 'f "ii, ' '2-'O W 4 E. A :i F . V' -c' P .AAVV Y V Vw V A V ,I if 'L .:' ' AUVI Vx' ' ,E I ' Iv.: , f . Mrs. Betty x " ' ' Mrs- Edna I C .0 .. 1 d , A, ,x 'ft me . , .,,, Goo row 1, i Dawson A d , Counseling tgritflance l Office ' Ce Mrs. Wilma ' Williams Coordinator s Offlce Mrs. Marshall 'Z Tappin Manager 14 Z 1 sf 4 f s .X mx I "IL:-vi ,NW cs. Left to Right: Mrs. Irene Fletcher, Mrs. Mol- 'e Hoke, Mrs. Bea Megow, Mrs, Monetr Dill, Mrs. Mildred Haponstal, Mrs. Mary Puncher, Mrs. Mary Specht, Mrs. Cecilia Hogan. Front row: Linda Baker, Carolyn Church, Betty Back row: Tom Hubbard, Russ Roberts, Walt Baker, Gail Ashton janoff, Steve Foster Mark Eubank. Not pictured: Tom Brown. ,aF""-N If RUTH MCCUNE Student Court judge First Se HICSICL' C044-41 The Student Court of Torrance High School consists of one boy and one girl from each class who act as a jury, two bailiffs, who are appointed by the members of the Court, and a judge who presides over all the meetings. They are elected by the members of their class in the regular elec- tions. There are also two bailiffs appointed by the members of the court and a judge, elected by the student body, who presides over all meetings. JIM STANDRIDGE Student Court Judge Second Semester Front row: Jo Ann Isabelle, Donna Moore, Carol Shinoda, Mar- gie Bartlette. Bark row: Tom Hubbard, Tom Sass, Frank Endres, Bert Raiche. Nat pictured: Steve Smith, George Boscon. 'ii 45 Victor Masaki Y5"""-wx Roberta Rogan First Semester ASB President Commissioner of Finance ASB Vice-President H, Diana Cook Jan Zuber Commissioner of Records -4"""T 11-5 "'-f 1 W' Lf A-f Betty Yoshioka Girls' League President , . Phillip Edwards , Boys' League President 4 viqfw J J Bonnie Fletcher 1 Commissioner of Pep ' -fn, ff l-- "' I Bill Schipper Steve Foster I Commissioner of Publicity 1599 J -A f "' " 'fa j Q tj. 5 H QQ .Ma 2 f In ll , ' 1 x. X Ginny Sandstrom ' Iggggfgsggfgojf' Commissioner of Group Control it , K , . .0 of Actzwtzes -wwf . 'WW' " QAV, A Q 1: ,,,, J ' Commissioner 44, ' 1:59 've' , , . A 5-Q53 ofAthlet1cs , A MQW- 3 ti- A , ' if , 1 "?2 "' ,' 6: - my , .W Ruth McCune Student Court fudge 'WP .,.i.wn.fr J, Noni Johnson junior Class President Nadia Basmadjian American Field Service Student 1 W Joyce Cannon , Senior Class President ' A My 5 W5 I Carol Johnson Sophomore ,qv Class President Wfwff' Judy Sherwood Freshman Class President , '.V' S E XW ff Mr. Gordon Johnston Student Activities Adviser -if Betty Yoshioka M Commissioner of Records 1 Z' .3 , A ' 2, 4 'of Bonnie Fletcher ASB Vice-President 't""'lvdib 'Wav 1 . 0 n 9 B , Noni Johnson V, Commissioner 'ws' fv-U' of Finance 1 W' ' eff 1. - ' 4 Len Ehlers "' " f ' --., . Second Semester ASB President gt 1 ' Y' 'Y' is f T . +52 ,- sq 5, V in X. M f I V ., f"' 7 - ,Q W My , . '53 janet Zuber . V -A N Kent Barthohc - ' 1 Girls' League ' f 'ri 'W' ... , Boys' League President 1 ' Pfegidenf ' V 2, f f KN 1 4 'M 5' V ' 'Psy' P, I ,ad 's VV T . V "X, "7 'L Diana Cook H f , " ' ,g Agllf, '-:f 'Q if Commissioner of Pep ' ' D121119 Hunter A' K Carol Johnson V ' Commissioner ' -if I fCommissioner ' 2 of Activities 'fl' o Group Control The student council is composed of in , V A "" ,7 members. Eleven are elected by the A' lf' V :ntire student body. The class presi- 1 "' p pin. ,. lents are members of the council as s AX rf V' vell as the Boys' and Girls' League ., Phil Scholl f 1 'residents The American Field Stu- Barbara Bal,-,W I Commission, - A iegt is 3150 21 member, Commissioner ws, . I of Athletics X ' On the whole the student council is of P"bllf'W P V A 1 representative group chosen to guide 'iv ' he destinies of the students of Tor- V VV, V T" A t 'ance High School. Although there VV C ire many routine duties, the Student . i , .. . , I Jim Standrldge souncil has the power to legislate for -N Student Court 1 d - ' ' N dia Basm cl" . u ge .he welfare of the students, and lf is AFSaE b 3511551 V ll.- . their duty to do so. xc 'mge tu en' A T r f Some of the work done by the coun- J'f.f?f cil for the benefit of the students is to A plan the Homecoming p r o g r a m , Christmas Formal, organize rallies, manage and supervise the student store, sell tickets to student body func- tions, and approve and co-ordinate other student body affairs. 1' . ' ri! .2 1 'jg' ,, ,x" David Burdick Senior Class President v ax ., , . Q.-al. Q Mike Walker 'F "-7 s X Sophomore Class President V . 1-e5 A! K '17 1 - V , Q, f. -A J Victor Masaki " CT-T ., gn junior Class President 72' A T. if 'V ii X '--v f- ..,,. if i2m?i5:l-y5yg"- gy an VA " JL Mrs. Phyllis Henderson pat Walker 17 Afmfmf Clerk Freshman Class President PHILLIP EDWARDS Boys' League President First Semester Front row: jim Wallace, jim Sena, Jim Weyant. Back row: Richard Rice, Dick Ryon. gem' L The Boys' League of Torrance High School consists of a representa- tive from each class, a sergeant-at-arms, the Tartar Knight Captain, treasurer, secretary, vice-president and president. This group or- ganized sales and activities for the Boys' League. KENT BARTHOLIC Boys' League President Second Semester 'st in 1, Front row: Dick Ryon, Paul Moir, Robert Pulliam. Back row: Richard Rice, jack Rettig, Tom Brown. Not pictured: john Bentwood, Joe Montgomery. Front row: Diane Hunter, Carol Shinoda, Jerry Day, Elaine Hathaway. Bqcle. rlow: Diane Eschandi. Mindy Strater, Carol Suber, Norma Shino, Virginia Juvet. mx we-'T RF' Ni V BETTY YOSHIOKA Girls' League President First Semester JALHL The Girls' League consists of one representative from each class, a Tartar Lady Queen, historian, treasurer, secretary, vice president, and a president. This council is to promote activities to form a closer union within their league. JAN ZUBER Girls' League President Second Semester iff- Front row: Carol Surber, Betty Baker, Diana Cook, Diane Way'te. Bark row: Ruth McCune, Lori Sturgell, Diana Doyle, Linda Sweet. , 7 MSS S ', ,."3 xi s 5 5 Vw M2245 M42 -2 w,.'.1i1: wif ,, Q ,, K ,,.,,,, , Nr' , J ft N 9 . V t. "' ' I , 4 iii, 5 ' 5115? iw:-K . tl., 31' W-i 1 1,1 . ,Z j .. ,Q Q. -iij. gm! . rx.. . zq. nu W1 MHP' l 1 swan W4 :Annan-spud 0 Gerry Vom Steeg, Car- ole Moore, S t e v e Smith, a n d Russell Walsmith conduct an experiment in t h e Chemistry lab. of M52 Vice-President W ' GLORIA PUNCHER 795 Secretary BECKY CANDLER up .y Vp 3 Treasurer a y ,O ... ,Q f 5 ii , x if W ,V I' W ' is , '1 ..,. 1 .Jw . - ' s , JOYCE CANNON First Semester President it The first activity of the Senior Class Cabinet was to distribute Senior Sweaters, which this year were Peacock Blue and Black. The Annual Homecoming Dance, spon- sored by the Senior Class, was held October 25th at the Civic Auditorium, with a capacity turnout of alumni. Various sales were held during the year, including the ordering of caps, gowns and announcements. The caps and gowns this year were the school colors, Maroon and gray. The Senior Court originates from the Senior Cabinet. It consists of the Senior Class President, A. S. B. President, Tartar Lady Queen, Tartar Knight Captain, Varsity Club President and two senior representatives. This year's Senior Play, "Liliom," starring George Boscon and Claudia Smith, was a huge success. 43 MARSHA IWATA Treasurer 2 2 DAVID BURDICK Second Semester President ei, dir 4""f":,? CYNTHIA BEADLE Secretary M ALICE MEWBORN Vice-President l -as 45 ri is CARLOS ACOSTA "Mr. Magoo' Boys' League: Varsity XX'res- tl1ng: Track, "C", "B", Var- sity: Football, "B", Varsity, MARGIE BARTLETT. "Midge" Girls' League: Orchestra: G.A.A.: Girls' Glee: Sr. :i JOHN ANDERSON "Andy" Boys' Lcgue: Soph. Hi-Y: Sr. Play: "B" Football Mgr.: Spanish Club: Varsity Show. NADIA BASIYIADJIAN "Nadia" Girls' League: Student Council: Tartar Ladies: G.A.A.: Hi-Toppers: Ex- change Student. Scholar- Court Rep. XR i '?"'s- CYNTHIA BEADLE "Cynthia" Girls' League: G.A.A.. Rally Club: Hi-Toppers, Historian, Reporter: Bowling Club: Sr. Class Sec. fbi ff' ship Society. 3'-5 RAYMOND BEADLE "Ray" Boys' League: Hi-Y: Basket- ball: "C" "B": Track. J X., r GAYLE ASHTON, "Gig" Girls' League: G.A.A.- Rally Club, Treas: Silhouette: Press Club: Spanish Club, Sgt.-at- Arms, Historian Reporter, Sec.: Sr. Council Rep.: Sr. Court Rep. , 00 -'sr BARBARA BALOW, "Barb" Girls' Leag.: Fr. Coun.: Soph Rep.: jr. Coun.: Silhouettes, Pres., V-P: G.A.A.: Schol, So. V-P: Comm. of Activities: Variety Show: Homecoming Princess: Tartar Ladies, Tr.: Homecoming Ch: Com, Publ. ' will HH. I ?"1 LEONARD BARBER "Leonard" Boys' League. MAX BENTON "Maxie" Boys' League: Scholarship So- ciety: Football "B" Varsity- Tennis, JV, Varsity: Science Club: Future Engr. Club: French Club: Bowling Club: Hi-Y. Ns is' KENT BARTHOLIC "Kent" Boys' League: Boys League Pres.: Cross Coun- try: Track: Spanish Club: Tartar Knights: Scholar- ship Society: Science-Pho- to Club: Future Engr. of America. BARBARA BEST "Barb" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Glee Club. 0 'I fa C2 :- -3-q.':-1, NNN- is , , , -H '14-'IF' - X l at 'A . i' Q2 BRUCE BIELEFELT "Bruce" Boys' League: Schol. Soc.: Sci. Club: Art Club: Bowling Club: Varsity Golf: Cross Country: Future Engr. Club. JUDITH BLACK 1-Judyn Girls' League: G.A.A.. Spts. Mgr., Historian: Hi-Toppers: Rally Club: Spanish Club: Glee Club: Scholarship Soc.: Future Teachers. GEORGE BOSCON "Boscoe" Boys' League: Track, "C" "B" Varsity: "B" Football: Soph. Class Pres., Court Rep: Class Council: Hi-Y: Senior Play: Homecoming Commit- tee: jr. Talent Show. --' ff- Er BONNIE BIRKHOLZ "Bonnie" Girls' League: Bowling Club: Business Club: Hi-Toppers. - - . li ili l ""- li- 2:-, A . SHARON BLAINE "Sharon" Girls' League. GLENN BOSTWICK "Glenn" Boys' League. vi 'U 331. -g-,, I rv- gg. ' i 2 j' 'lv .V '- DICK BIRMINGHAM llDiCk!v Boys' League: Band: One Act Plays: Sr. Play. SHARON BLAKESLEY "Sharon" Girls' League: Hi-Toppers, President: Soph. V-P, Class Rep.: Girls' League Rep.- Comm. of Activities: Comm. of Pep: Variety Show: GAA: Rally Club: Head Majorette. BARBARA BOYD "Barb" Girls' League: Glee Club: G.A,A. Q 236' J. JANICE BISHOP .janv Girls' League: G.A.A.: Span ish Club: Silhouettes, Y- Teens: Modern Dance Aud Call: Future Teachers: Sr Class Rep: Rally Club: Fresh- man Class Rep. BARBARA BOOK "Barb" Girls' League: Tartar Choir: Girls' Glee. GR ALDENA BRAMLETT12 "Deenie" Girls' League: Health Club: G.A.A.: Silhouettes: Modern Dance Aud. Call. ,ix , 'X . V '. 'V . :T ' ..'Af f 5 7 as-I f'.i,j,3 L zz, .5 ,W , V V f I Mu , 3 ff 1 4 , 1 , 1212? 15 I , W 7:11454 I I K . - . 1' 2 :Z ' Q :fa ff-mwa4.zmip'jg ' g 1:-,' .1 ',-,y3Vs'-vagzaqv 1 fa, Jfwfi ' 'f'-1 127511121 at ALBERT BRAND MAI!! Boys' League. CORELLA BRUNKER "Ginger" Girls' League: Spanish Club: Business Club. ' 'aim f Y ? ' N fmfii. 5 ' I .A i,V ,,, - .awamif 33.1, , , 121,-7 7 44,-1 w V., . C' '-" " We ,V .va . V 2 ' e'ff'7f?',2 'V W 9 ' "QW" 1 Z GARY BURGNER ..Burg,, . Boys' League. Band: Tennis Team: Bowling Club: Future Teachers. GARY BRIMLEY "Gary" Boys' League: JV Baseball: "B" Track: "BU Basketball: Hi-Y: Key Club: Bowling Club. STEVE BUCKALEW "Buck" Boys' League, Varsity Foot- ball: Varsity Wrestling. "B" Track: Varsity Club: Science Club. n I . W ' WW' 'WV ,-f ., 41 'fa g' I R b f 1 ," lA. l 'fl flfbf' f' ' ' I l I v A Q "7 .fr -' f I 7, 'iq ff YQ ft" f, " KENNETH BURTON "Kenny" Boys' League. . BARBARA BRINKERHOFF "Barb" Girls' League- G.A.A.: Rally Club: Modern Dance Aud. Call: F.B.L.A.: Girls' Glee. ' . '. --L ' 1 Q i V - QQ r 4-A SHIRLEY BULLOCK "Shirley" Girls' League: Hi-Toppers, Sgt.-at-Arms: Health Club: Rally Club: G.A.A.: Modern Dance Aud. Call. WILLIAM BUTCHER "Butch" Boys' League: JV Cross Country: "B" Track. . fl KENT BROWN "Kent" Boys' League: Band: Varsity Football: Photo Club. DAVID BURDICK 7lDaVe!Y Boys' League: Sr. Class Pres SHARON CALHOON "Sherry" Girls' League: Hi-Toppers G.A.A.: Tartar Choir: Girls Glee. 'hh BECKY CANDLER "Beckymer" Girls' League- G.A.A., Girls' League Rep., Class Council, Rally Club, Silhouettes, Sgt.- at-Arms, Chaplain, Soph. Class Council, Flag Twirler, Sr. Class Treas., Sr. Play' Top 15. 1 THOMAS CARTER "Brain" Boys' League, Scholarship Society, Science-Photo Club, Pres., Tartar Knights, capt., Future Engineers of America, Jr. Class Council Rep., Cross Country, JV, Varsity, Track "B", Varsity. Varsity Club, Bowling Club. FRANKLIN CASE "Denniel' Boys' League, Press Club, Hi'Y, TNT. FRED CICERO "Fred" Boys' League: "BU F00fball1 C Track, Hi-Y, 491 " , 1 ' a .. 1-'A V A V. A, 3 , , 1 X g JOYCE CANNON, "joycie" Homecoming Queen, Sr Pres, jr. Class V-P, Girls' League V-P, Majorette, Soph. Class Sec., Tartar Ladies, Hi-Top- pers, V-P, Schol. Soc., Top 15 '56, 58 TORCH. Ja- fm? aff- -'fig ' , ,.,,,, :VL . Qsfv , ' a Xzfrw a ff X f f ffrff f X ff ,f 9' f, W V f if ,220 'f 'f .va . .of . Z if fff, A 1 DIANE CLARK ilBi g DIY Girls' League, Rally Club, G.A.A., F.B.L.A., Modern Dance Aud, Call. ww gamma? LORRAINE CARR "Carr" Girls' League, G.A.A., Tar- tar Choir, Modern Dance Aucl. Call, Variety Show. JUDITH CARTER YI-Iudyl! Girls' League- Rally Club Hi-Toppers, Variety Show Tartar Choir. jr? - fi V V4 1, 4413 if WILLIAM CARTXVRIGHT "Bill" Boys' League. f if .wt 4 I , 1 7 f W ,,.. .mf MONTY CLEMMER "Monty" Boys' League. WW VERN CHRISTOFFERSON 1.Vern,w Girls' League, G.A.A., Schol- arship Society, V-P, Press Club, Silhouettes, Sgt,-at- Arms, Thespian Society, Ral- ly Club- Future Teachers of America, TNT. JOHN COBERLY "John" Boys' League, "C" Track yt-. ,-5 W ml?" 3: hy: ,,f A ' .lah 5 6,1 ,. 'Z' fp' jf L' 191453 .' lf' ' f, 0' ,fm fi ' C " " li t"' ft 1 I Q. RICHARD COLBURN "Colburn" Boys' Leagueg Hi-Yg Tartar Choirg Prom Committee: Homecoming Committee. BARBARA COOTES "Barb" Girls' League: Hi-Toppers: G.A.A.g Modern Dance Aud. Callg Future Teachers of America, Sec., Treas.g Junior Class Council. WILLIAM COLBY "Wee Willie" Boys' League: Band, Co-capt, Drum Maj.g Schol. Soc., V-Pg Bowling Clubg Orch.g Tartar Kts.g Variety Show: Tennis Team: Tartar Dance Band. I flr.-. P gm, f 4 I .. GENE CRENSHAXV 'W f -1 1. 1 '71-'13Mv' -fl Henry I nn n Boys' League: Baseball, JV, Varsityg Basketball, JV, Var- sit . cc'cl . y . ,,, 4 , , ,. ,, ., . I . '77 9 'ff I! ' --.:',5..ff'-76, 'V . gl-nj: g V ' , CURTIS DAVIS "Curt" Boys' League. HAROLD DAVIS "Pink Eye" Boys' Leagueg Varsity Club: Varsity Footballg JV Basket- ball. ' 69 2 , at 3. BENJAMIN COLCLASURE SHARON CONNER "Bennie" "Frostey" Boys' League. , J., 1' ' I 3 . 1 ll f 3 ' SANDRA DAWSON "Sandy" Girls' League: Silhouettes. Girls' League: G.A.A.g Hi Toppers. ROBERT COSBY .Boba Boys' League: Football, JV, Varsity: Hi-Y. ROBERT CURRAN ..FatS-. Boys' Leagueg Varsity Club, Sgt.-at-Armsg Hi-Y: Football, J ."'B", Varsity. LEE DAY "Libby" Boys' Leagueg Basketball "B", JV, Varsity, Baseball JV, Varsity, Tartar Knights Bowling Club: Press Club Hi-Y, TNT. if 'c I W DIXIE DePASSE "Shorty" Girls' League: Rally Club: Tartar Choir: Girls' Glee. ' Qs NANCY DETTINGER "Digger" Girls' League: Rally Club: Silhouettes. sm, - MICHAEL DUEHRING "Spider" Boys' League: Thespians: Boys' Glee: Sr. Play. Cross Country: Hi-Y: Tartar Choir: ' 4 PATRICIA DUFFY "Pat" Girls' League: Silhouettes Press Club: TNT. TNT. DOLORES DXWYER -,Deen Girls' League: Rally Club: Tartar Choir: F.B.L.A.: Business Club: Sr. Play: Thespians. LYNNE EDGAR "Lynne" Girls' League: Hi-Top- pers: G.A.A.: jr. Class Council Rep.: Spanish Club: F.B.L.A.: Future Homemakers of America. WALTER DUNGEY "Dingy" Boys' League: Varsity Football: Varsity Club. GLORIA DUTTON "Gloria" Girls' League: Silhouettes: G.A.A.: F.B.L.A.: Span- ish Club: Rally Club: Va- riety Show: Mod. Dance PHILLIP EIJWARDS "Philthy" Boys' League: French Club: Future Fngr, Club: Scholar- ship Society: Boys' League Pres. fl --f Aud. Call: Scholarship So- ciety. CHARLES EHLERS "Len" Boys' League: junior Class Pres.: Hi-Y: Varsity Cross Country: Varsity Club: Track, "C", Varsity: A.S.B. Pres. Yang 'fllnw 'x I -4. PHYLLIS ELLIS "Phillis" Girls' League: Modern Dance Club: Business Club. I ""5s. ' f' , ,Q I ' 4 -A I A .,.. 28 if JUDY ELSTON, "Babe" Girls' League: Silhouettes, Hist. Rep., Chap., V-P, Sgt.- at-Arms: Soph. Class Treas.: jr. Class Tr.: Girls' League Sec., Hospitality Ch.: Christ- mas Aud Call: Tartar Ladies: G.A,A.: Scholarship Society . I ll Il L HAZEL ERICKSON MARILYN ERICKSON "Beverly" "Marilyn" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Busi- Girls' League: Y-Teens. ness Club: Rally Club. BONNIE FLETCHER "Fletch" NORMA FEUSNER "Norma" Girls' League. Girls' League: Freshman V-P: Tartar Ladies: Girls' Lea e Re ' I-Ii To ers gu -PM - PP , V-P: Variety Show: One Act Plays: jr. Coun. Rep: Mod. Dance Aud. Call: Comm. of Pep: Song Queen: G.A.A.: Bowling Club: Rally Club: ASB. V-P: Top 15. -0' 'Q' BARBARA FLYNN, "Barb" Girls' League: Variety Show: F.B.L.A.: Rally Club. RICHARD FORD "Ford" Boys' League: Hi-Y: Football "B", Varsity: Varsity Club: French Club: "B" Track: Tennis. T' Q H I 1 9 f 'If gs hi ww TWP DIANE ESCHANDI "Diane" Girls League: G.A.A.: Tar- tar Ladies, Queen: Silhou ettes: Girls League Hospital ity Com.: Head Flag Twirler Christmas Aud. Call: Schol Soc.: Variety Show: Top 15 ALEX EWING "Alex" .-lu I I ! , MARK EUBANK "Mark" Boys' League: Science-Photo Club: Scholarship Soc.: Bowl- ing Club: Track Team: Engi- neers Club. ,ve JUDEANNE FAXVCETT "Judi" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Girls' League: One Act Silhouettes: Rally Club: Plays:Hi-Toppers. Future Teachers Club. EUGENIA FOSTER "Pete" Girls' League: Silhouette Y- Teens: Soph. Council Rep.: Modern Dance Aud. Call' Christmas Concert: Girls Glee: G.A.A. 'iii STEVE FOSTER "Freeze" Boys' League: Football, Var- sity: Baseball, JV: Hi-Y: Var- sity Club: Sr. Court Rep.: Comm. of Athletics: Senior Council Rep. X 'A O '3 i N , . . . 1 ll IX, H li'-l H 'file A-t""S JEANETTE FREER n ..Kmy,, Girls' League: Senior Class Council. ., i,e? 3 f , "'iI. 4i i i " f V ' V.. I Z" 22 ' 1 4 All J 9' at ,gm ...gl Ka 4 1 f f i! f I 27 ii lf! Q 3' , , 2 J . ta - .2 MELISSA GARDNER "Mel" Girls' League: Hi-Toppers: Girls' Glee. DAVID GOODROW' "Dave" Boys' League: Golf: Bowling Club. X z 'Eff ,-lysine, . he I V. . X J 1 i f Riwwwv MELVIN FRENCH t.Mel., Boys' League: Varsity Foot- ball: Bowling Club: Hi-Y. LINDA GILBERT "Lynn" Girls' League: Silhouettes: Rally Club: Business Club. BOBBY GRAJEDA "Sparky" Boys' League: Football, Varsity: Basketball, JV, "C", Varsity: Varsity Base- ball. in L33 'fi'-1, '.,, 1 . 'V 0232 wwe-147 i 1 DIANE FUNK "Diane" Girls' League. LINDA GILBERT "Linda" Girls' League: G,A.A., Sport Mgr.: Rally Club: Art Club: Modern Dance Club. ffwlm Wy Wag JOHN GRANAKAS "John" Boys' Leaue: ,Latin Club: French Club: Scholarship Soc. .,. H I 'A I I' S... , , 5. f 9' BOYDEN GABEL "Denny" Boys' League. MIKE GONTA "Cpt. Little Helper" Boys' League: JV Basketball: Hi-Y: Varsity Club, V-P: Football, "B", Varsity. I EMILY GREER "Emilies" Girls' League: G.A.A., Yell Leader, Song Queen: Hi-Top- pers: Bowling Club. ll., - 1 PATRICIA GREGG "Pat" Girls' Leagueg Girls' Gleeg G.A.A. KAREN HAKANSON "Hack" Girls' League: Spanish Clubg Hi-Toppersg Bowling Club: E.B.L.A.1 G.A.A.: Modern Dance Aucl. Call: Rally Club. ,v f""x if-N 'W NORMAN HAMPTON "Nebraska" Boys' League. Q f . ia NW 1""""'f7 JOYCE GREGORY 0 ce "J Y " Girls' Leagueg G.A.A.g Rally Club: Hi-Toppers: F.B.L.A.: Girls' Gleeg Variety Show. SHARON HALE "Sharon" Girls' Leagueg Rally Clubg G.A.A.: Sports Mgr, km 5769 1"""""3' LAURELYN HANOVER "Laure1yn" Girls' League: Silhouettes: Art Clubg Orchestra: Band. C' LEONA GRIFFITH "Leona" Girls' League. T i, l f l 1 KENNETH HALL "Crazy Legs jr." Boys' Leagueg Football, "B" Varsity: Hi-Yg Football, vaff sity captain, "B"g Varsitv Club. ' DIANE HARKLEROAD "Diane" Girls' League: G.A.A.g Tartar Ladies. 'V TONI GROSS, "Doll" Girls' Leagueg Hi-Toppers: G.A.A.3 Rally Club: Spanish Clubg E.B.L.A.g junior Class Council Rep. . J " 4- ffi I Kiln-.ff 4 X l RONNIE HALL "Ronnie" Boys' League: Cross Countryq Track. WAYNE HASLAM "Way'ne" Boys' League. -,' , k K .. if l . T.. .,-. 1,1 Lu? , 'VL - as 1 fa I .5 ' A15 -:Atl-,L':'.,QQ.T-' N09 ELAINE HATHAWAY "Lainey" Girls' Leagueg Tartar Ladies: Health Clubg Girls' League Historian Rep.g Silhouettes: Tartar Choirg Modern Dance Aud. Call. PATRICIA HENRY .-Paty, Girls' League: Future Teach- ers of Americag Girls' Glee. DONALD HERD "Don" Boys' Leagueg Scholarship So- cietyg Banclg Science-Photo Club. RICHARD HIEBERT "Dick" Boys' League: Cross Country: Spanish Club. 'YW -'- Q I l xx :M 6 4 4 r f 7 f if fqwg 1 f 'xi 1 V f I f , 1, f 1 , 2 2 Z 'I Z' ARTHUR HAUSEN "Arthur" Boys' League. A-494 DOROTHY HAWKINS "Dorothy" Girls' Leagueg Rally Clubq Scholarship Societyg Quill 81 Scrollg Press Clubg Future Teachers of Americag TNT, if . , . -.1 I ff-""e5af"2a'p 'asf wwf' nfl. DONALD HILLIKER "Don" Boys' League. .499 ROSEMARY HILL, "Rosie" Girls' League: G.A.A.g Ir. Class, Sec., Council Rep.: Va- riety Showg Mod. Dance Aud Callg Song Queen: Sr. Play: Hi-Toppers: Top 15. E ffQ,W,,ynV Z? :ff 0 1 MARGARITE HENNINGS "Marerite" Girls' League. MADLYN HENSLEY "Marilyn" Girls' Leagueg Rally Club G.A.A., Sports Mgr., Sec. Hi-Toppers, Treas.g Scholar ship Society: Sr, Class Coun cil Rep. BOBBY HERRING "Bobby" Girls' League: Rally Club: G.A.A.g Modern Dance Aud. Callg Scholarship Society. SHIRLEY HINESLEY "Shirley" Girls' Leagueg Rally Clubg G.A.A.3 Girls' Glee, "Linda" JUNE HINZ " wfaf A ,. ,, , . ..f JO ANN HOCKER "Delicious" "Jo" Girls' League. Girls' League. GEORGE HOFFMAN "George" Boys' League: Band. fi XVILLIAM HOLLINS "Hollins" Boys' League. DELORES HORVAT PEGGY HOXJUSLEY "Dee" HPCSHY ' D Girls' League: Future Engr. Girls' League: Tartar Choir: of America: G.A.A.: Band: Girls' Glee: Mod. Dance Aud Orchestra. Call: F.B.L.A.: Var, Show. -if '- X4 . .Sl 9' ' khvt . . g - fl .1 :'f 2.10 JOYCE HOCKEY, "Joyce" Girls' League' Thes Pres - P., .- V-P: Rally Club: Fut. Teach. of Amer.: Schol. Soc.: Span Club: One Acts: Var. Show Sr. Play: Tartar Choir: Glee ,- x 'AJQ ' . fi is ' ,fvv ,:: f' 1 -IIV 5 ."- 4 ,ff , Y V Ar J ail, ! 2 5 , Wx- 1 I - X , if ALLEN HODGERT "Allen" Boys' League: Hi-Y: Wres tling. RACHEL HOGAN .,Ray,. Girls' League: Spanish Club: Hi-Toppers, Historian, Pres.: G.A.A., Pres.: Science Key Award Wfinner. GLEN HOLLINS A "Glen" - Boys' League. 2 H ,I GWENDOLYN HULL LINDA HUFFMAN "Gwen" Girls' League: Spanish Club: G.A.A.: Rally Club: Girls' League Hospitality Comm.: Silhouettes. bg J E A '0 f 6 A. .ff QW' Q i A ,ffl 3 s I ifnmsi-43.9 A L..:,"' ' . ' V. l 5 f .. i ..-. .:... gf: -ii A 1 Girls' League: Girls' League Aud. Call: Sr. Play: Variety Show: One Acts: G.A.A.: Rally Club: Bowling Club: Silhouettes,Treas.:'SSTORCH L w U' DONNA IBBOTSON THOMAS IRVINE upiflkyn "Tom" Girls' League: Mod. Dance Boys'League1Orchestra. Aud. Callg Girls' Glee. , . JANICE JONES "Janice" 'Girls' League: Business Club, Sec. 'V' -pawn, REBECCA JONES "Becky" Girls' Leagueg Business Clubg Hi-Toppersg Tarrar Choirg Scholarship Socg Freshman Council Rep. WILLIAM JOHNSON ROBERT JOHNSON "Bill" "B0b" I Boys' Leagueg Varsity Base- Boys' League: Tfilfkl XVFC5' ballg Basketball, Varsiry, 'CI fling. M, A lk- Boys' Leagueg Tartar Choir: Homecoming Com.: Prom Committee. xx. 'Nad af IJ!! 'IJ MARSHA IWATA "Marsha" Girls' League: Jr. Class V-P Rally Clubg Spanish Club V-Pg GAA., Tf62lS.L siiimf ettes, V-Pg Tartar Ladies, Sgt.-at-Arms. ROBERT JONES "Bob" , I - we 2 .5 I 1 J X ROBERT JESTER !!BOb!Y Boys' League: Cross Coun tryg Track, Varsity, "BH: Sr Play: Tartar Choirg Thes pians. RONNIE JONES ..-Ionesy.. Boys' League: "B" Fool- ball: Hi-Y. i I ,-3 . -. ' ' w .,iJ!?jsS'fs . 4' ,I rr' X f. A , . ik """" .ii r:l?15.i 1 . Ti' 5 in Q 9 wi.: .i - su -Jw , r was -5 -1 an-1 fg.-JM., - .A R .. , . . . .,,. 1 ' i . 4 a-. . ' 1- 'A .i -. 5.1 sk-iii SHARON KOPP "Sharon" Girls' League: Future Teach. of America: Scholarship Soc JV PATRICIA KAMFONIK "Pat" Girls' League: G.A.A.1 Rally Club: Silhouerresg Future Teachers of Americag Bowl- ing Club. 'UK S i - V l .. ,l I Xxx 'UF KAY KAWADA ..Kay,. Boys' League: Basketball, "C", "BH: Bowling Club, Hi-Y. 4 -440 PATRICIA KEITH "Pat" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Vari- ety Show: Tartar Choir: Sil- houettes: Christmas Aud. Call: Rally Club: Girls' Glee: Modern Dance Aucl. Call: Health Club. GARY KIRTLEY "Gary" Boys' League: Thespians: Tennis, JV, Varsity: Sr Play: One Acts: Variety PENELOPE LaMONT "Penny" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Thespians, V-P: Variety Show. 1 V Ulf V 'I ' 1 f 5 "ff ' Q . 'I . . ilu, wr f 4 , t f MQ! JACQUELINE LEKO "jackie" Girls' League: Girls' Glee: Hi-Toppers: Modern Dance Aud. Call: Business Club: Rally Club. Show: One Acts: FBLA. 5 JANE LILLEY 'UW-'f'V'WW ,, K. GERON KETTIERING PHILLIP REX "Ger0n" Girls' League. 4'-. I"-U14 5 f M 4 'WW LAURELLA KING "Lolly" Girls' League: Spanish Club: Hi-Toppers: Busi- ness Club: Orch.: Band: Tartar Choir: Mod. Dance Aud. Call. "Phil Boys' League. 'Www llkflrff Z4 KATHY KIRKS "Half Pint" Girls' League: Rally Club: G.A.A.: French Club: Hi- Toppers: F.B.L.A.: Vari- ety Show: One Acts: Thespians: Christmas Aud Call: Tartar Choir. "Janie" BETTY LONEY Girls' League: G.A.A.: Rally "Dietrich" THOMAS LUCAS Club: F.B.L.A.: Hi-Toppers: Girls' League: Girls' Glee: "Tom Modern Dance Aud. Call. G.A.A. Boys' League. , 'vvl W X -N :w..f,w: Q af Q qngzfk' .. '3-. . V... eet' JUDITH LUNDBOM "judy" Girls' League: Frosh Council Rep.: Scholarship Society: Spanish Club: G.A.A, 'fm IRENE MASAKI "Irene" Girls' League: Scholarship Society: G.A.A., Sports Mgr., Treas.: Silhouettes, Secretary, Treas.: Rally Club, Treas.: Future Teachers: jr. Council Rep.: Tartar Ladies, First Lady: Sr. Council Rep. DONNA McHENRY "Donna" Girls' League: Mod, Dance Aud. Call: Mod. Dance Club: Business Club, V-P: Glee Club: Tartar Choir, Y? Q. . xi .-ki X 'xxx 'H-' , l v t f" ' fl . ff ' 1 f JAMES MacDOUGALL "jim" Boys' League: Track, Varsity "B", "C": Basketball: Tartar Choir: Variety Show: Hi-Y. eff? . 5 f' 2 1" 4. . , ., Elf GAY MAUPIN "Gayz" Girls' League: Tartar Ladies, Historian Rep.: G.A.A.: Rally Club: Spanish Club: Hi-Top- pers, V-P, Chaplain: Variety Show: Modern Dance Aud. Call: Christmas Aud. Call: jr, Council Rep.: Majorette: Prom Week Committee: Top 15: '58 TORCH. RONALlJ McTEE "Ronnie" Boys' League: Science-Photo Club: Press Club: TNT: '58 TORCH. 'W 2 E l SANDRA MANKINS "Sandy" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Hi- Toppers, Sgt.-at-Arms: Schol- arship Society: Variety Show: Thespians: One Acts: Senior Play: jr. Class Council Rep.: Tartar Choir: Future Teach- ers of America. GEORGE MAYER "George" Boys' League: Band: Orch.: Scholarship Society: Spanish Club: Variety Show: Bowling Club: Tennis. 'i t " . Y. -Qfflhv N pcfiuq 6. . . . .5 : ,i 3:5355-ix' '- -,.. ' ,..,, fav if 'Q if - ' lf- R '- A if 5 . MARY NIEACHAM "Meach" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Rally Club, Silhouettes. ' NN fx 'TY' A mv YC' UV-"TY FRED MARTIN "Fred" Boys' League: Track: Tennis RUTH MCCUNE "Ruthie" Girls' League: Student Court Judge: Scholarship Society: Tartar Ladies, Oueen, Sec: G.A.A., Pres., V-P, Historian, Yell Lead.: Rally Club, Pres., Treas., Sgt.-at-Arms: Silhou- ettes, Pres., V-P, Treasurer, Chaplain: Spanish Club, V-P: Sr. Council Rep.: Modern Dance Aud. Call: Variety Show. Q DALE MEAD "Pinky" Boys' League: Basketball. "B", IV, Varsity: Bowling Club: Band. l VIRGINIA MELGOSA "Virgie" Girls' League: G,A.A.: Rally Club: Hi-Toppers, Historian: Bowling Club: Mod, Dance Aud. Call: Tartar Choir: Va- riety Show: Senior Play. BONNIE MILLER "Bonn" Girls' League: Mod. Dance Aud. Call: Tartar Choir: Rally Club: Future Teachers of America: Tartar Ladies: Scholarship Society. RONALD MONTELIUS "Ron" Boys' League: Thesp., Treas.: Schol. Soc.: Art Club: Var. Show: One Acts: Soph. Coun. Rep.: TNT. 'wiv CAROL METZNER "Carol" Girls' League: French Club. HENRY MILLER "Hank" Boys' League: Basketball, HCM' fl.-'H' LW.. 1. N A . u 3 J JANICE MONTGOMERH' "Monk" Girls' League: Hi-Toppers: Silhouettes: Rally Club: G. A. A.: French Club: Business, Club. 1 J A V " 'A . .. 1 ,V ' ff . u any W... Q 1 , W , A f 2, 3 .wtwl f' - . f....a , . , ALICE MEWBORN "Grace Kelly" Girls' League: Tartar Ladies: Scholarship Society: Fresh- man, Soph., Jr., Sr, Class Councils: Thespians: G.A.A.: Variety Show. 17 4 , , , www I I fv 7 , , N i 46 DOUGLAS MILLS "Doug" Boys' League: Bowling Club: Senior Play. WILLIAM MOORE "Bill" Boys' League. 1 7,1 4 , 2 E ' 'A ' ' 4 fy fff' ' .4 'X f I 7 X 1' f sr 5 1 6 o, 51 'F 1 , a , ,, , , ,Xi ff ,f,'Q,f"f I f Q VS 44 1 ff if 4 L 'Y f',,ffZ,o "Q, ' ' ay? A. , cf! 1 175.3 f aj.. , -wi 51" J-1? J ' E ff .,.,,.?:..gw,g -.1 , 4 I 1 Ht f iv J' 4 :JW 55 -. ,- . fl, ,.: M' Q A. JAMES MILES "Smiles" Boys' League. V . .4 f .N I mv 9 1 I 1 ,WC 'W M. ,. wY3J1+M.n-,. ' rs ' .. .eff ' ' If ,,.1:L'-nr-251.114 n p ., . .'. he-Q, f . ,ix -1 my 'I " 1 f ' ' " H if 4 if Lyle '61 ' la Q ?z'1vl,'v fy gf Y, 4 1 lv A .5 ,4 , ,Za ::.-I J4, K , uv I 447, f y f " vwx ff 4, iw . we .1 f N 1 S. fa PAUL MOIR upaulw Boys' League: Baseball, JV Varsity: Scholarship Society Bowling Club: French Club TNT. DARRELL MOORE "Dal" Boys' League: Hi-Y. in 'J3 1: f c f f 2 x 'did RONALD MOORE "Ronnie" Boys' Leagueg Football, JV, Varsityg "C" Basketball: Hi-Y: Tartar Cboirg Art Club. SHARON MOSER "Shari" Girls' League: Rally Club: Business Club. GLORIA MUNOZ "Gloria" Girls' League. JAMES MYERS "Jungle Jim" Boys' Leagueg Varsity Foot- ballg Hi-Yg Tartar Band: Or- chestra. is 'CDD N... x 1 R -ef' fi . "" -f':'1f'1.' 42' 57714-'-1 ,. Ji' A ,Ig gy .17l".'vi e .a,.. gfs2,.f,+usri1iw54.f :,-I--ii - fi'-A my ,I f Wi' .1-j1..f7.j -- xfq ,y11':1.!O:2,'fi1.5,j 51 "N ffT.5i':zQs2lfa5 tml ,IOHN MORGAN, "Ed" Boys' League. 3. ei? ! as .-.N ROBERT NEWELL "Bob" Boys' League: Bowling Club: Press Clubg TNT. I I WWW www. 'mow fl 45. ,,,f5:gv . 'H L' 11 ' " Q a NM 2 - "'il' 55 ff. l lx. Y - 1: - fp 'Y llfzii' "AQ A 1? ' , ff Wh". 1 ' 'Eff' U f, 5 P r m My A 1 4. 1 :Am-. '-,ww .1 w nf, 'ggi .. MIKE MORGAN, "Mickey" Boys' Leagueg Cross Country, JV, Mgr.: Sci. Club, Silt.-av Arms: Hi-YQ Varsity Track Tartar Choirg Fr. Class Rep. Sr. Playg Homecoming Com. of w - Kiel 7w,,, . ,.,,, H V " 7 -- i zl' if ww ' I 21.5 Q., 9 P . ,,..,, A X if 44 i f I . fi My V ,. '42 Q- A , f 'A jx, 1.2W5sy:"- . AUDREY NICKSICH Audrey Girls' Leagueg G.A.A., Spts. Mgr., His.: Span. Clb, Treas.g Rally Club, Sgt.-at-Arms, V- Pg E.B.L.A.: Jr. Coun. Rep. 115' Ju- Q. aim ' ' ,...,, eitlrir, 5 Q, 'H l ! l 4 D! WILLIAM MORRIS "Uncle Bull" Boys' League: "B" Football Track: Homecoming Commit tee. PAUL MOTOYSAU "Paul" Boys' League: Hi-Y: Tartar Knightsg Bowling Club, Pres- ident. TERRY MURPHY "Terry" Boys' League: Varsity Golf: Cross Country. JAMES NIEMAN uhm.. Boys' League. xi 2 V. ' .cuff-' T 4 ,.,'k i-:fl sv'-ga' f ' .1 9 V42 :lil 'Ui 'Wi JOHN NOONE THOMAS NORDSTROF I. "Jack" "Tom" Boys' League: JC Football: Boys' League. Tartar Choir. JOSEPH PAGET 1 ' Boys' League. K l - V, . f-,fb vita ,Vvvk VA A i 'V ,,'vv , ., ff-. if DELMAS PERRY ,gfj "Delmas" v-and Boys' League: Basketball, 'draw "B", JV. 'Q if ,W 1l u fix? Q l-,V' ELAINE PHELPS "Elaine" GARY PFINGSTON "Porky" Boys' League: Baseball, JV, Varsity: Wrestling. I .L - lf? x"7,f ffm, 11-'f' .' ' -'gil-if-5?f'if. 579510. V' gr-tf:C5!J'M. bi... .gill 1 - ff' .llffqm li-:'.'. 'MTW wr " .3-V: - 1 5'iIbJf.gfg,. ,'1.L'gf5f", .yyfq I "1 , .vfyffwflff-ff-'E f- My .f fy.: 22-if f.'1'-JW?-,'f2f ,Qi iff? i -'i-3'fiff'f3Cf'.f'P. . . 15 5'5" . Girls' League: Rally Club: G.A.A.: Tartar Choir: Silhou- ettes: Hi-Toppers: Freshman Council Rep. i 3 ' . F' L2 "'--an Y , .nyc s 'Q fi :LX . , .3 PAUL O'KAlN "Paul", Boys' League: Basketball, JV, Varsity: Baseball, JV, Var sity: Engineers Club: Scholar ship Society. ff . ... ,,,, if I L., .,.,.. I 1 fire Q , 16" 3 fs gl , "ii 1- .., . "'i" Y' ,J I N09 'feelin Know' DONALD PLANTE "Don" Boys' League: Basketball, "C", Varsity. .W WJ 3 JEAN PACE "Gena" Girls' League: F.B.L.A.: Fut- ure Teachers: Bowling Club Art Club: Glee Club. EVVIE PARENT ..Ev,. . Girls' League: G.A.A.: Thes- pians: Christmas Aud Call: Girls' Glee: Tartar Choir: Science Club: Health Club' '58 TORCH. GARY PETERSON "Ga1y" Boys' League: Varsity Tennis: Bowling Club. GLORIA PUNCHER "Punch" Girls' League: Freshman, Jr., Sr. Class Councils: Sr. Class Sec.: Tartar Ladies: Scholar- ship Society: French Club, Pres., V-P: Hi-Toppers: Tar- tar Band: Orchestra: Rally Club: G.A.A.: Mod. Dance Aud Call: Bowling Club. Fixx 6' . - ,4 ' is , xi TNQ, 'S' JUDITH ANN PROCTOR "JuCly" Girls' League: Tartar Choir: Modern Dance Aud Call: Girls Glee: G.A.A.g Candy Stripers. ' iz . Q., W JO QUIJADA ..J0,, Girls' League. riff , xx , N03 rl Y . , JAMES DENNIS ROGER REED, "Nutt" RAYNER Boys' League: JV Basket- "Jim" ball: Varsity Football: Boys' League: Future En- Track: Varsity Club. gineers Club: Sci. Photo Club: Cross Country. ROD REYNOLDS "Rod" Boys' League. Q' -4. .W V37 LESTER RICE "Les" Boys' League: French Club Tartar Band: Art Club: Sci ence Club: Scholarship So- ciety. Q'-P" ,f 4 -.maui BERT RAICI-IE "Bertrum" Boys' League: Cross Country JV, Varsity: Track, "C" "B Varsity: Hi-Y: Senior Play Tartar Choir: Prom Commit- tee: Freshman Class Council Modern Dance Aud Call. SANDRA LEE RATHBUN "Sandy" Girls' League: Rally Club: G.A.A.: Sports Manager: Yell Leader: TNT Reporter: Fr. Class Council: French Club: Variety Show: Senior Play, JACK RETTIG Jack" Boys' League: Scholarship Sec.: Track Team: Cross CHUCK REESE "Chuck" Boys' League. ' lf :Lf , 'RN 'egfgh i 1" . RICHARD RICE "Dick" Boys' League: "C" Basket- ball: Wrestling, JV, Vars.: JV Football: Tartar Knights: Sci. Club: Scholarship Soc: Boys League, Treas., V-P. v Z If I 2 O x H' , 4 -GH? Country: Class Council, Soph., Jr., Sr.: Science Club: Band: Hi-Y. ROXY RICHARDS "Pigmy" Boys' League: Fresh. Class Council: Tartar Choir: "B" Football: "B" "C" Basket- ball: Baseball, JV, Varsity: Senior Play. 'F-'Rs 'W Z JOE RIOS PHYLLIS RITCHIE, "Cashie" "Phyllis" Boys' League: Basketball, Girls' League: Business Club. "B", "C": JV Baseball. DICK RYON "Clarabell" Boys' League: Track "B", "C", Varsity: Cross Coun- try, JV, Vars.: Tartar Knights, Secretary-Treas.: Scholarship Treas.: Span- ish Club Sec.: Engineers BETTY JEAN SADDLER "Doll" Girls' League: Hi-Top- pers: Rally Club: Scholar- ship: Senior Play: Art Club: Homemaking Club: Variety Show: One Acts: I , 'lZ."..'2" GERALD FRANKLIN ROBERTS "Gerry" Boys' League: Tartar Knights, Sec.-Treas.: Spanish Club: Science Photo Club: Tennis: Bowling Club: CSF. CAROLE ROBINSON "Carole Deane" Girls' League, Silhouettes: G.A.A.: Spanish Club: Vari- ety Show: Sr. Play: Jr. Class Council: '58 TORCH. """'w Club: Band. Thespians: '58 TORCH. Ziguwzfa a a J . Z LIU, 2 ii s CHARLES SAHS "Chuck" CAROL SAMSON Boys' League: Spanish Club: Future Engineers Club: Sci- ence Club. -4 " .J 2 ,. "ll: 2 1-.91--. - fs. I , Y f 2 . 4 me ' '. "f"X':'- ' fuk fi I t. . 4-51:35. V 7 iz , 4, ,V yqgfair ffl f I g aw ., It "Delilah Girls' League: Bowling Club: Business Club. ROBERTA ROGAN, "Berta" Girls' League: Silhouettes, Sec.: G.A.A.: Rally Club: Yell Leader: One Acts: Soph. Council: Comm. of Publicity: Comm. of Pep: Jr. Council: Jr. Play: Tar- tar Ladies: Song Queen: Student Body President: Honorary city mayor: Top 15. ' PEGGI RYNHART "Peggi" Girls' League: Tartar Ladies, Historian Report- er, V-P: Flag Twirler: Girls' League Rep.: Girls' Court Rep.: Soph. Class Treas.: Soph. Coun. Rep.: Sr. Coun. Rep.: Scholar- ship Society: Rally Club: Sgt. - at- Arms: Spanish Club Sec.: Hi-Toppers: G.A.A. VIRGINIA SANDSTROIVI "Ginny" Girls' League: Tartar Ladies, Sgt.-at-Arms: Comm. of Grp. Control: Hi Toppers, Chap., V-P: Inter-Club Coun.: Span. Club, Pres.: Scholarship Soc.: Soph. Coun.: G.A.A.: Report- er: Future Teachers: Tartar Choir: Top 15. MARGARET SANNO , "Pex.2y" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Mod- ern Dance Aud-Call: Tartar Choir: Rally Club. we Q 'NUI Yun we PHILLIP SCHOLL 'Schultzy' Boys' Leagueq Basketball, 'C', JV, Var.g Schol, Soc.: Tartar Knights: jr. Class Coun.g Comm of Athletics. lg 'ww 51-iei ' , 'wax ,N -55-.. F114 1,.5g55:23?5E-E'Ei'k5535'fgI31IQ. ' 'iff If: .221 -'fi i fmzzfitlsiieg ii ' L. ., ,4.,.,.,,5:,5.f4.,g,g.+lm:.y5.gq.- N .-.-.4-:A . .- , CHARLES SEITZ "Charley" Boys' League. ROY SHERWOOD N604 .5!' 'NV rx 1 if 'GER' JACQUELINE SCHERER "jackie" Girls' Leagueg Hi Toppers: Spanish Clubg Rally Club G.A.A.g Modern Dance And Callg Scholarship Society. ' - . 2 .vw W, Q - 'Ae-i' 5, ,N - 'pw Q.,- . -sw .rig . Vw LEONARD EDWIN SEITZ ..Larry.. Boys' Leagueg Tennisg Bowl- ing Club. LINDA SHORTES "Linda" Girls' League: Silhouettes: G.A.A.: Scholarship Society, "R0y" Secretaryg Bowling Clubg Boys' League: Hi-Y. Rally Club, ' .,, ' , ,,- t , Al., Il . J.. 1 VVV- 1 , 2 , fa ff 42 BILL SCI-IIPPER 'tskipr Boys' Leagueg Comm. of Pub- licityg Press Clubg Tartar Knights: Bowling Club: Quill and Scroll: Spanish Club: Bas- ketball, "B", "CH: Scholar- ship Societyq Hi-Y: TNT, EDITORg '58 TORCH. PATRICIA ANN SHARER "Pat" Girls' League: Hi-Toppersg '58 TORCH, EDITOR. ' , ,.A, my its A ai?- I 'M' -1- , is A N J 5 ,f L 2. ' 2-5f5El5f' . 2 , fy , 3.v:s'1-,-522.141142' 1' ' 'Ss 3112553 L' - s 4. Wes. 1 .2.-QL. C551 ELIZABETH SIBON "Liz" Girls' League. 3' 'xp x Q 'xx t Q V I' 3 V y , 5 ,M ...x,,f.f 13 ' ' ,,., K I JIM SENA uhm., Boys' League Rep.g Science Clubg Tartar Knights: Thes- plans: One Acts: Varsity Footballg Senior Play: Schol- arship S 0 c i e t y L Bowling Club: Senior Class Councilg Press Clubg TNT. STEVE SHERRY "Steve" Boys' League. .. LOUISE SILHAN "Dynamite" Girls' League: Hi-Toppers: Soph. Class Council. 'AQ GEORGE SIMONS "George" Boys' League: Tartar Buncl Tartar Orchestra. SANFORD SMITH "Sanford" Boys' League: Tarta r Knights, First, Second Lt.: Cross Country: Track. wifi JAMES STAINIDRIDGE 'Jim Boys' League: Fresh. Stu. Ct. Soph. Boys' League Rep.: Hi-Y, V-P: Tennis, JV, Var.: .IV Cross Ctry.: Tartar Choir: Stu. Crt. Judge. W' INIARY CAROLINE SIPPEL "lVIary" Girls' League: ASF Exchange Student: Scholarship Society, V-P: Tartar Band: Sr, Class Council. STEVE SMITH "Smittie" Boys' League: Fresh. Class Pres.: One Acts: Trespians: THi-Y: Soph. Court Rep.: Football, "B", JV: Tartar Knights: Tartar Choir: "C" Track: "C" Basketball: Var- sity Golf: Variety Shovs: Key Club. 'fqffgy DAVI D STILLWELL "Dave" Boys' League: Cross Coun- try: Track: Baseball: Hi-Y. ww f'-dd We-MV , f I 4 ,352 I it i 1 -few - 1 5 , 1 I DAVID SKINNER "Skinny" Boys' League: "B" Football: Hi-Y: Basketball, FIV. fr' """ 1 I 46 , i f ., -M , QQ! r 13: 'L-5. -.-.- . lf . if A li V 4 QQ. Q. . 1 RICHARD SNOXV "Dick" Boys' League. DIANE ST. MARTIN "Saint" Girls' League: Majorette: Fu- ture Teachers: G.A.A.: Rallx' Club: Modern Dance Aucl Call: Hi-Toppers, Chaplain: Bowling Club: '58 TORCH. CLALIDIA SDIITI-I, "Venae" Girls' League: Fr. Coun.: Hi- Toppers, Chap.: Thes., Sec.: Soph. Coun.: Song Queen: Sr. Play: Schol, Soc.: G.A.A.: Top 15: '58 TORCH. BILL STAFF "Bill" Boys' League: Band: Track: Orchestra. IVIINDY STRATER "Mindy" Girls' League: Scholarship Soc.: G.A.A.: Tartar Ladies: Flag Twirler: Christmas Aud Call: Modern Dance Aucl. Call: Girls' League Hospital- ity Com.: Sr. Council: Girls' League Rep.: Silhouettes: Treas., Sgt.-at-Arms: Tartar Lady Aud. Call. oi 'iw BARBARA STUART . "Babs" Girls' League: Girls' Glee. DARLFNF SUEDMEYER "Bessy" Girls' League: Rally Club: G.A.A.g Scholarship Society: Spanish Club. ROBERTA SWANSON "Bobbie" Girls' Leagueg G.A.A. CLIFFORD TANNER "Cliff" Boys' Leagueg Bowling Clubg JV Football: Track. iq SANDY STUNIP "Stomper" Girls' League, Hi-Toppers. Secretaryg Bowling Club. LORA LEE STURGILL "Fats" Girls' League, G.A.A., Sil- houettes, Sgt.-at-Armsg Mod. Dance Aud. Callg Flag Twir- lerg Christmas Aud. Callg Top 153 Sr. Girls' League Rep. A 'arf 5 . My-,... - V , .1 ' T R 1- 4 vrvv .-: :""" I 4553 . wg il -1 'X iw ROY THOMAS GAIL THOMAS "Gail" "XVaco" Boys' Leagueg Business Club: Girls' League. Vars. Baseballg '58 TORCH. . , I I d P x ya, gf we " . 44 m y 15 li if-,jg sy ,, f'. -43,521 DONALD SURBER "Don" Boys' League. JOHN SVENSSON "Sonny" Boys' League: "B" Football: Track, "C"g Hi-Y. NANCY TANAKA "Nancy" Girls' League. SHARLFEN THOMAS "Sharleen" Girls' League: Rally Club: Variety Showg Modern Dance Aud. Call. if it '3- MARCIA THOMPSON "Marcia" Girls' League: Hi-Toppers: G.A.A.: Rally Club: Modern Dance Aucl. Call: Variety Show: Business Club: Future Homemakers. ALICE TIBBETT "Alice" Girls' League: Business Club: Homemakers Club. HARLAN TRESKES "Harlan" Boys' League: Basketball. JV, Varsity, 5.1 " " .V . 5 'L 4? MARIE TURNER "Cherrie" Girls' League: Majorette: Freshman Class Council: G,A.A.: Rally Club: Thes- pians: Hi-Toppers: Senior Class Council: Mod. Dance Aud. Call: Senior Play. RAYMOND VANDERPOOL "Moose" Boys' League: Basketball, JV, Varsity: Baseball, JV, Varsity: Tartar Choir: Bowl- ing Club. , Wg.. 2' ROBERT VAN c ,,,,f,,4- avtr, "Cat leca " - ,, " Boys' L gu . We a " " 1" If ' v xy- Va y C1 Y! I A , . ,I 11 f -: I ' , L' '0 f ff W y ff' M f e? fires- ' ' A ' 53 nfl ' . Ji ' pi al ' .XVI , , ' W0 1 , AX! W L M 7 A fb 1 . M M gill 4 L ' ' ' f L ,f . L V l O -ff .. - th G , J Boys' League: aseb l ylV, G Ti: Varsity: Bask ball, , IV, In fmmi' Varsity: "B" Foot all: Tar U " tar Choir. ,A GERRY voM STEEG yf , "Cousin" . ' --iv I' Boys' League: "B" Football: Varsity Baseball: "C" Track: jAMES NX' li . "C" Basketball: Senior Class "Rom ' Vice President: Junior Tal- Boys' League: ' tball, ent Show: Senior Play: Schol- arship Society: Hi-Y, Sgtfat- Arms: '58 TORCH. 'f Varsity: Varsity Club: One Act Plays: Boys' League V-P: Variety Show. ' .,.-fqfl L . :M Ar I . , fffif ' ' -wr i f 0 ,iff , ' io. - I ,t ' 1 f' 5 f 2' f sf-gl-fl f fi-.Lf 5 xl .5 - Q lg N. : iff .... .3 ",,.. 5. L .l W -S 4,51 I f I J M. ' f W, , A If , f 'W ff f f , '- yj , al Z Lf, f , ,ff ff 64 ,K , 1 5 ff,f , ,V ,JJ gifs if 0 , f ,,, ,, ff lg: -.,,, -- , f ! V, ., C-FRN' 1-' 'Ai' 'i THEODORA XVALLACE CHARLES VILLACRES "Chuck" Boys' League. "Teddy" Girls' League: French Club' Future Teachers, his LARRY WADE "Larry" Boys' League. 'Q' "9'i'Wlv 'Wit' DOUGLAS XVASSENBERCL TIM "Doug" Boys' League. Boys' Varsit":N 43 ...a-.0-nf' DAN WATTS JAMES XVEYANT "Danny" "XVyatt Earp" Boys' League: Band: Orches- Boys' League: One Act KFH. DANIEL WHITE "VUl1ale" Boys' League: Varsity Football: Wrestling: Hi- Y Plays: Variety Shoug Tar- tar Knights, Captain: Thef- pians, Sec.-Treas.: Comm, of Group Control: Jr. Class Pres.: Sr. Play: Direttor: Pro- ducer: Hi-Y: Tartar Choir. CAROL XVHITTINGTON "Carol" Girls' League: Hi-Top- pers: Modern Dance Aud. Call: Business Club: Ral- ly Club. .--. , Q I - 'Q A,,4 .,., Qziif 'I aff. 'K' A ' 'V Q' . ul. - Z ,a :1,2,'. I ROBERT XVHITE CHARLES XVHITE "Butcl'1ie" "Chuck" Boys' League: Football, Boys' League: Track. "B", Varsity: Varsity' Track: JV Baseball. JOSEPH XVILLIAMS "Jose" Boys' Leagueg Band: Orches- IIB.. -7 Aff? ku was-If ,wg T 4 , if ' Efff . . L., N if 5 I A -1 fd, +5 f 1 .,," fl? PATRICIA WILLS "Pat" Girls' League: Silhouettes, G.A.A,: Modern Dance Autl Call. .nav-at Ivy Z4 V' V 4? V ,,A -,WA 'ir ' X ff 4,-f , 5 gy I s 1 .M i Y , I i Q. ' f' '- -f' 6 Y , ,, . f u A! . if . ' , I 'P STEVEN XVINGARD "XVincly" Boys' League: Football, JV "B", Var.: JV Cross Ctry. 'C' Track: Soph. Class Coun Soph. V-P: Boys League Rep: Hi-Y: Tartar Choir. SHARON XVISHAM "Sharon" Girls' League: Tartar Choir: Future Business Leaders. '27 N 'X 5 2 J Zig ' Ryo' 5 .aja .1 4 11 vs . 4 'fm is K ' yifvj' fr, df' 1,1..f5-iff! il JZ: DONALD XVITTY "Don" Boys' League: Variety Show: B" Football: Senior Hi-Y: Talent Show . 'WW MP1 :V Quran ROBERT DAVIF XVOLLARD "Rob" Boys' League: Scholarship Society: French Club: Art Club. fi ft, f It 'RM ANITA XVOOD LINDA WOOD "Anita" "Linda" Girls' League: Scholarship Girls' League: Tartar Choir Society: Silhouettes: G.A.A., Historian: Rally Club, V-P, Pres.: Span. Club, V-P, Pres.: Bowling Club. 105 sty- QVSV 4' A! . 'iz 1. I 0 JIM BROWN JACK CAMPBELL GUY CARGO WALTER CONKLIN JIM COYLE NEIL DAILEY JOHN DIXON PETER FERRY JOE GILSTRAP ANDREW! GREEN WALTER GREENE MORRIs GREGORY TOM HAAsE BOB HANSEN BOBBIE HILL KENNETH LEMON CHARLES LONGO GARY MOORE EUGENE MROCZICO VICTOR PESTOFF BILL POLLACK JERRY STILLABOWFR BOB SUMPTER SHARON TODD DAVE TRAVELsTEAD CONRAD VON BLANKENBURG CLIFF WITHERSPOON BETTY YOSHIOKA "Yosh" Girls' League: Silhouettes, Pres., Chap., I-list. Rep.: Scholarship Society, V-P: Rally Club, V-P, Sec.- Treasurer: Girls' League, Hist. Rep., V-P, Pres.: Comm. of Group Control: Tartar Ladies: Span. Club: G.A.A., Spts. Mgr., Yell Leader, Sec.: Song Queen: Student Council: Scholar- ship Soc.: Comm. of Rec- ords: Top 15. O 1 s 1 JANET ZUBER "Zub" Girls' League: G.A.A.: Rec. Sec.: Song Queen: Homecoming Princess: Soph. Court Rep.: Tartar Ladies, First Lady: Span. Club Pres.: Rally Club Sec.: Silhouettes, Sec.. Sgt.-at-Arms: Comm. of Records: Girls' League President. Z' X I1 ff, 5 L 4 -G .0 A 'fs An: ' QQ. 1' ...xc L ' 9 s,: tx l a t 'W Q Q A4 NONI JOHNSON President, First Semester 1--H- MARY DRAZKOWSKI JOANNE HESSER DIANE WAHT Secretary Treasurer Vite-President , xl :Wg A . J , sf ' W,'. 212: L", Iv" 551 41 S. ' L +1953 ?KE'f DONNIS WAINWRIGHT GERALD SHERBURNE EVELYN SALAS Treasurer Vice-President Secretary In their three years at THS this class of '59 has proven their ability and determination. Among the many activities sponsored by the juniors this year were various sales, a football dance, the Prom Week, which everyone seemed to enjoy thoroughly, the purchase of their Senior sweaters and the fabulous junior-Senior Prom, If the enthusiasm they have shown continues, their Senior year should be a great success. 48 ., I l lx " 1 7 rs 1-:::t-z-Qi..-21 ,-'- " I ' 1 -li' F 34 V I ,. I ,safe f VICTOR MASAKI President, Second Semester 4 ' kj? ,. v xv, ,h , xlovriiafmft 2 "' gl 'Gr 'L' j' 34 ,Z . Hat Achenback f V ' ff -' Magdalena Acosta x, ' A ' W Nora Adams 45 qt-:v Judy Ahrendt '5' A' ' Ben Alderete , V ' A . . Cruzita Alderete Q rg'-5 B' " ,, .-A Linda Jeanne Ambrose , I- ' -f wg Z Q Barbara Anderson , , '57 ' ' ' " Donna Arrasmith , 1 - 7-, ,V,A . Q wg " Dolores Atchley .15 ,-.- 5 X ' A Q .- v ' J ' 'far ' 1 ,- 'f fllv 1 ll J- ' ' r J A ' Betty Baker 45 9 ' "F "M Robert Bauman gvx 0 sg ' ' 4-Q jv John Bentwood " u ': 9 N ' fi , Eg if Lawrence Bergsma v 'zfztv I H V Paula Bischoff I A ' 5, , l Sharon Blaine A , f , f 3 -'r, I mi :Allin Ma1'Y Blount if ' ' , .,, i ' I M If Norman Bostick ' V-3 "If ' , V 'fi Richard Boucher ' 1 KIA V ' T f t my Milton Bowden HE. I'-. - . 23. -f' Iv' ,ig 47444. , f V' 1 N at' Judy Bowlds 'KI ' " , x 2112 -'Q .,., f "-. Jesse Bridges I -Lf Qf-. V ' , M ,' 24 I A 1 Gerilee Broce ' "" ' A 'TZ' f' V, :Q Carol Brouvold 1 I V- 'I "',, '- Gary Brown , Stuart Buckalew 'hi 6. ' ":" M, ,ggi ' WSF- 'ff 1 '-. Dennis Butterf1eld 'V 5- v 7 ' , W 1 Sandra Cage it E in ab' X 'MW I ' f -a f -- , I" 1' ' ' " Carolyn Campbell "ry, 1 ,X ,fy ll ,A Tony Carrillo c fc af 5. 1 new V ,. I "Mule Y A A A M f 0 3 H K Robert Cato 'f V I ""' '39 4 A ,W 25 Bruce Chase 4 '-4 1 ' 4, f -41 If f L, by Robert Church " , - ' 5 'te ,f Wy ' j V '1' A' Tony Cicero ' " - t ff 4 1 I fi Sharon Clark 1' - 4 1 - v has t f VL A? Mafdell Clayton ' 1 7'1" J B' 'i'4i ' ' Ron Coleman u Aw 'f l A ,I D FL " ,. X - Diana Cook I ' -' 4' "' fe " fx , Q- ' " ' Elizabeth Corsentma I 17,4 , 4:3 lf I V T311 Frank Corsentina 1 J I, I I ' as J f Mary Lee Cowan V , - f "'c iH K'x A X Dyann Davey Gerry Day Carol Lee Denton Russell DeFie1ds Ray Deschene Anita Diemer V, fi' "'. 1, -,X , v-J'-V it t, -2155, X. 1 1 6 -.,,,. T I L kr X 'F x1MNla44 I Dm ,-Q' ,v v ,al Robert Diemer joan Donald Thomas Dorman George Downing Diana Doyle Mary Drazkowski Barbara Duehring Donna Dunklin Dorene Elliott Frank Endres Paul Farriss Robert Farrington Don Fisher jimmy Fluhrer Kathy Fraser Linda Gamble Thomas Geltz Steve Gilbert Sharon Giles Charles Gillian Patricia Gilstrap john Glover judy Goff LaDonna Goldsmith Raymond Gomez Stewart Gonta Joyce Gordon Wesley Graven Don Gray George Greer james Gricol Richard Gros Catherine Gross john Guyan Ronnie Hale Don Hammond M. Q f 1 ' I " .5 , ,..., ,.,-., . if , f W l -.1 1, f M 1 D s Fei 4, Lf E35 fl-1 !iv. satyi,s of D ,,, V .V U fw-f li 5 f -uw -7' 1. I . 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" K , W ,- '- , , ' ' ' 3 at . 5 W K, A L, ad , , ,,EVt V! , ' it S' "LS ' '-"' 'Y' .2 V' V I ,.,',,v:.: ,L ' 5, ' - I I, Y 5' 'Life--. 1 A ' + ' , H rx 4.- V do 'A 2 ,. Q , g, - ,th 5: A X ,,1. I 4 : I Q V V , AI I ' 1 ,. M fi: tx X v l t "Id, ' A ' 3 - '1 .. 'Ai 9, SQ , 1 X Kg, -l if--1 125'-,,. 31, ' f .--.g...a .- :','.--"11e'4v. 1 17 I Blk ' f X . gs v ! in... . ,. 9 .MMM 1- . Aga.. Nil 1.1. K - ' z ur an , f Q ., L45 1 ,,,.. va.,-r f 42 26 . l Q ,, ,,.. .t 4,, i .f f , A Jwwmfz jim johnson Naomi johnson David jones f I l x 7 M X 'W 4 It n U -v f ' 1 4 Z..-J l f Bob johnson f ll 7 ag-. 4 v k X f az.-L :JA ft ' - fr Y ' '-1 -to B -v L , A W1 'V i 1' --N. --4 a A ,VLL N . 32 5 1, y . -'- fy I M W 1 M K 1 - .71 z . ' - 4 4 -y ai L V. qi' if fm V f ' 1 'af' ' I '-f Q H' f l H 'G ? 1 , 1 4 Sally Mason jimmy Masters Diana Meggitt Harriet Meister Susan Miller Joyce Minet Ben Mitchell Carole Moore Pat Morgan Bill Mosley Mark Moulton Tasia Mouzakis Michael Mullen Dick Murokita Thomas Murphy Peggy Neely Barbara Nething john Neubert V Phillip juvet Erick Karlsson w. 41 V, 1. .x A ' A ' V Darel Kelley ff' 'W' -. " Esther Kern 3, ' iff' ,V K fl Thomas Kling ' '75, ' f ' A 'W' Patricia Knechel V, W - Kathryn Kohl as f' Karen Korth ,X at V Q Barbara Krauszer -54 A -f , , -v., Diane Kunath ' fffr' if-V--. Sandra LaGuardia ' L Leonard Laskey ' Don Latham ' ' Linda Lewis , nri , Q , L7 J li?-' ' 2. 4 Patsy Lewis mx 0' 'V 5 . ' Patsy Loney '-51 V I , I Ray Longacre 'H I '3f4ei,5 , I 'L' , Tom Lorenzo Q , Q ' Sharon McCabe ,if AF , Sharon McConnell 'b Mike McCusl-ter . '- 5 " " w. , William McDonald .2 f ' -.f li Berry McHugh Q ' T f ' K, li Saundra McKenzie 5 if A ,.f,. I William McLean fi K 7' ' V-7517 1 Dennis McMaster mr 10591 i Terry McMillan ' -- , ' jean McNeil QQ, ,nl V A , Harold Maestri '- "jf -.VI ' ' Manford Mainer V -' Norman Maloy v 1 , , . Y I ZW5 I P - 11' Victor Masaki XJ ,Q .-j A i, .waz A .c i , ., ., N: r 'fic J V A -A L2 rf. tt,i if vi Nik . ,,., 5, 5 1 I I - 12 ,.f"" " -. i-', :Jian t i ,. .fiiiilil A t Q :ig x V', ,Q"" ., 3 , --' '- 1 ' , A 3 W' -' ,J .. " 13.4 - 4 'lil L, i i gh . iw . V Q. if -. " H , , ' N 4- , wa Q ' ,VM ' I A A ' " ,, l-1 J", ' if A , 5 -Q ew ,, -fc' ' J NN- V rf" - T i t , i , ' ' f if ,A -- ' 51 J ' 4 . nv. , ,in :V Z Jt 4: Jerry Newman ,J WMM ' J 5. A ,M ' 1 4 Ardis Nieman -.-- 7 Y I ' i r 4 Russell O'Hare X ,VIIE U X ' 'Y' P A 1,Q'QW ' ' A , Carla Osterlind W, " ' N f' A if 1"' Q Af Lynn Owen to -W . 1 H g ' - , V ' . Franck Parker lt . f" "1 . la., JM-ff'M" N 1 J Bob Payton . ' W M 1 if Carol Pearson 1. ,Jw i ,'aiEr,,,, f U . ., ,... f, I , a Charlotte Perey ' M ' i " - ' . ,5 , r X ' Richard Peres ' 'TILT' " if-'f S Q' ii "vy:'i' ,,-, , F-M5 Ken Pevic , V . l A ' A - ff? Leona Pierce "" ' lg ,WA , 4f:??':,' Q V X TY "..+.' . rf 'Zi n 1 , .- t A Steve Popovich 1 A' H M 4 5 I Linda Porterfield 1.5211 """ 'f 'A J A 1 H I 6 Gary Portrey A X Q.-'Tiff ' 64, ,I W ' Robert Pulliam H 'J 5 :Al A 1- ...M Z Mary Quinones X w2:fs'1',5 " A Victor Ramirez I ,, i F J A - 7 I Sharon Rascoe , A S 1 i V 4 Jack Rawnsley , , ' . qu ,, .-., ,, f .4 V- -- Margaret Reddington :ri ft f 2 I ' 'Elle' TQ. V ' ' A V V Michele Redhead 7- it --Er? ' 'ref' W' Judith Reed , ,,.' 1 J lie, U .,., g 1' ' J .' f iii55"'zg,,1,V ' , WW Judy Roben H Af "" 1 ' ",, -.Q H44 -M, 'M ' "i' ' ,E X , '-- : 12-1 , :Z X 5535+ ' . 5 Ai 0 PS 3.531 h K " "-4'-.1a1f?'-' '- J V.", 2 ii 1.- 1 f ., . , 2 Gerald Roberts 2' Q . 1 " . Ken Robertson 5 :51.-- J , - "Wg , b if 'iv - Loretta Robinson fy: 5. 5 4 "r' '53 , 3, ' Robert Rodriquez QV, A vlvr .,,,,,..Z 9, -v.r I W M , It 4 ,LW , it A "rx X at al - Lauren Rusk ' Z' V ' - Eldon Rutherford ,, Ie, U I , A ? N Evelyn Salas A 0 Y32""Z7 "M", "W ' 1, "' 4 I Don Sandman -.,f'2ff,,., i HQ 37.7, , 3 lf, Albert Sargent Y I ' . ' ' Shirley Sauve if ..VV J , ,mg ' Qf Zip .,, . kwa v P -r,yt 'tl' A , wi VV JJ A A ' , ' V g.,,,,,: Betty Schultz h . , Hr, , ,M r ' Joyce Slwmblm . tc " 'Az MJ' ff 14 Q" " 2 af ' ' I V "ji - ' Bunnie Shaw M A -"-' ji fl ' Gerald Sherburne f W" -' ' -t.. , 'U llll if -'.,.V R I Charles Sherfey , f- - ' ,it f, Carol Sinoda ! F 'u f -.f.' X" ' L I If ill 4 "" Mike Shipley l 1 I I 1, Jack Simerly - - V, R , gl ' ,gf L 1 'V " f ., Fred Sims V, , V . ti 1 ., ', V QQ f.-J - , kv Jon Sincock Q E. ' If ib '17 nf ' -' ' Judy Sirney l inkfi, ' Af" IEW' 5 0 if Paul ,b,.,.,. he 1 , .1 J N it J 4 at A , , I, ,. Ernest Smith ' fr, J it A f V ' A' ' W , I Pamela Smith ' ' t 1,4 - 4 4, M, " Tim Smith .. L, f' A' A i , P A .V I 12.5119 an . Thomas Smoot ' X ,e ...fllf 'fi if, If ' A QV I V V ' Sonny Somerville .V X 3 ' "X " A Lao Anne Spall 1 Q J .1 ., i 'X it ' I 1- L Y ,V A. , lx 5 ti - I KT' 7' ' ' , ., V J sz ng. ,WJ lf if V 4 . ' 5 -3' ' "" 1 A' l' I ' -'ig zgfzywl I Q , 1 ' 6 Y -. 1-4 2 ' t... , t. .. , tk X el ' ' . "Y U I J lm an ' gi 3 A . , lx , if 'I Q - J 1,1 VE Kg, Q, 1 A 5 A ' . M ,--lv .vv I- .4 ,iyy I V N fy 'Lil All ' V J lf Donnis Wainwright l V' Allan Ward - Philip Warde "if ' Ottilie Watson 5:-f - Diane Wayt Joyce Wayt V iff: ' V 1'- , , -ff ? 057 f ,- '- John Webb Judy Weister 1 Gary Westall Linda Wey'mouth Albert Wicker --.- 'K Diane Wicker RQbert Wilcox lf' " Gail Wilson ' '- Rita Winfield f"'2 ' Y R- A Howard Wixom - Carol Yeiter . vj 1--. l w "' . . l Lonn1eW1sham 4: ' 'V " x f S Q 47 ,----N Z , Y I f 4 X V i-s - 'a+ ,pw , gf Jwzfwafw Janet Steinhaus Ingrid Stenger Sharon Stephenson John Stimson Judy Strayhan gi Q iff' if ' I f V 7 ' U 4' ln' A Patricia Stanford 2 1 if fi AJ 5' Q 3 Rodney Strobridge Anita Stroub Gail Strouse John Sturtz Joanne Suedmeyer Wilbur Sullivan Carol Surber Diane Swanson Kiyoko Takeuchi Melva Talbot Wendell Talbot Carmen Tapia Marshia Tappin Berry Thompson Paul Thornton Sue Thorpe Gary Tiernan Gerald Tighe Jack Tippin Peggy Tipton Patricia Travis Jerene Tussey Jon Underdown Carmen Valdivia Pat Van Voltenburg Jerry Vandenberg Allen Vaughan Ken Vaughn Ron Veres f Gary Wade 5 ' 4. JV, f ,gy , if kg f X. ' Z ,. 9 , f. sed ',,, l A an 1 ' ,Lx ' 4, 1 1 A' T' .. 5 vi i' X L.. ' 1 A 'N CAROL JOHNSON President, First Semester f f 4 ,U Af: i VX ,KZ Mwoftfd SUSAN HAMMACK SUSAN SAARI DONNA RITCHIE Sfffflafy Vife-President Treasurer ,,4-'fmi 4 , A A K L I U ' -A SQ ,g 4 , A effie W O ? L Mfilwffw el LX 4054. 5 , Ziff Zeeejff-fs SUSAN SAARI STANLEY GONTA VICKY HIPPIK Secretary Vife-President Treasurer This year the sophomore class selected their class rings, took driver training, heard talks by Ofhcer jackson and Rev. john Taylor and sponsored the Turkey Trot which was a big success. Best of luck for the future. MIKE WALKER President, Second Semester i f , 'Q ' if ,7 , -, 3 A an K I 4' -" L, 'L.xC, ' , 391 G Grace Acalin X 7 , K4 5 'V ' A Barbara j. Alter Vx' L' gf- . ' .gf-41' ' Q i ,I N. Patricia Anderson K, J f ' ' - lr , tx "3 K X KQ j, .x Virginia D. Anderson S ' ' . 1' Q james S. Armstrong -' 'r L I f. K . 9. , F 'fj '-f- ' f X-' C C , L ' L N L' 'ff -se 5.416 7 is f j ' " ' 4 " ichard C. Augensteinc Cifjfg, fi ' f if ,. 7 ' . Qu l ' M ' Q AJ andra Diane Bailey ' 4 - efffff Ki .V 'eff 's"!' Q-Z' onald E. Baker Y e 5 ,if X! C , f , 3 X A , , A Q Roger L. Baker yf ffgyz A e if 534' K l I ' . " oward Barber , 5 ' K. jg 7' fy l X 1? M. l r.. K ... , ,ws .f of 1 . aa ' Y .H I .. ' V C,,4L6f get id X I 1 .ff Q if ii I, ' 5 i I Jai K 'L i X Midi! K in ,yzzi-CC Kkfjfcjjf i . ' - . ' A Q... 4 ' ' fRonnie Barber A CZQLZ, J' . M 1 I E .1 fu Richard Barnes 4, 2" , ' V' ' if ,-1' H b ' A - Bill R. Barton Qiifc ,169 ig! ig, - U 7 t , -mf. 1 fl , Paul Billings ' ' , f - " i. ' I V . " G Bl kl ' ' ff .ff L l g L L' My A el v-fcvefef - ew, 1 t - .. . f V . J . .. "WMF . B411-Lf Z 2 if E2--fi' . L' 's f. X -. 'ra K 1 ii Q . ,01:2fff1f71Qf2C Q 0 V - ,Tl 'W Sandy M, Boudreaux Z ,ff V 5, V .,, Rick G. Bradford ' ' '- ' ' 4 'Q' Kathleen A. Brady Y A' I , Edward Brennan A l V ,gh j r., L W David Bristol A , 'M fi A A . .V A W Janice Gayle Brooks X X I , ' ' -J f" ..,. V -1 jim Brown X 5 'Aj " 0' William E. Brugman jx ' I l ' Q! - ,ff Dennis J. Bullock fxff' l- - " Donald C. Cannon J Q. 4X. X 2 1 5 N Claudia Canter IA A A Pedro Carrillo f ,A 4, Diana L. Cato , 'Y '4 Q Q " . Susan Cemore 1 9 " :L f ' ,V A ' Carolyne Church . ' ' ' b David R. Clutter H , -'-" ' , Patsy Cochran , " AL Rebecca Coffey l- .9 , -' "1 ' A A . , . v Larry L. Coil 1 V ' ' . V K ...... ' ' Thomas Coleman , ' ,,.., I , f '4f"y' r, . 1' l Betty Collins . , - ., fi ., H 1 5 .53, I Mary L. Comon 1 7 ,I A GX Q X . IA ' W . any , fi' 1. r 'rrv L ll Wx N L vii 'Q'r E1 L 'L KW 7 , , . , 6 H I Carla L. Conklin - 4 1 V f, ff Richard Connett V I , la ' A Phillip A. Cosby "'r 2 5 l QM "" f H Ilene Costa ' . Af-' .V g , .1 a , 5 Howard H. Cowan A " ' l ' Sharon Cox ' 1- 1 M 1 In CI l ' X M. L tk' ' ' lx. L 'C ' Karen E. Crist .f Dick L. 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JJ II ' ' A johnny Valencia Ja- I' f' ' - ,M fo, Carey Van de Wetering A '- M 'i Kathie Vaughan I if ' I 1 " , I , i ,': gig-Q , . f I Leo Villagomez VI 5 ' vyifwf xv, . M I Pennie A. Voien Y V' If f I ,I":" L I -Q-7 II Gordon M. Walker A ' -'v"'.. , I ' X " ,. 'ff ,f Mike s. Walker gm 4 , 4,5 ,, i L . .., Russell G. Walsmith Z , ' ' Lloyd Waltemeyer I V- I: " mag "H 'if' ' Ag ff aw ,' Iflf Flora Watson Q, V "'..'V I E M ' Q, ' 'V ,Vi- X , ., I. IN z james White , 'MH' Vw Z I. ' P' William C. White "te f 'eta. t "'53"5 .."' f "" , "' 'SX f 2 Jerry Willett f ' ' A f I V . , 1 Bill L. Williams I ,QI I , - ,, Linda L. Williams II ' " I .5 I tj I , as Barbara A. Wilson 'I Maxi -QI ao 7 -In . K-I . lj Bill j. Wilson -Aff 4 I V ' Bill L. Wilson 'Wi ' ,, 4, -vw .4 II , Robert Wilson Sharon L. Wood Melvin Woofter Emmett Duane Wyrick Beverly J. Yeiter Edward Zilliox fl "'- Qi A ' s. ,QW 'L' L 5 gy, , - I , I W A Xb 'A -i i 1 - I I I I I VIII, - I I 4 J- S' E ,,... ii -l , -I dl s JUDY SHERWOOD President, First Semester GRACE CONNETT JOANNE ISBELL MELANIE MOUNGER Treasurer Secretary Vice-President M E6 1 CHERLYE LACY JOE VAN I-IUSS TOMMYE CHANDLER Secretary Treasurer Vice-President The class of '61 has had a successful year both socially and finan- cially. The success is due to the co-operation and eagerness of each member of the class. One of the many highlights of their year was the Freshman "after game" dance, which was a big success. Keep up the good work and best of luck in your remaining years at THS. PAT WALKER President, Second Semester ,x J. .47 Q. - I '36 by -11' mf f ' 4.1 . lk h 6 if I NN, X, K ffl gtg-X i ' f' X ..- D, an .1 . 1 sf Q' vv l r ' . . Qi I I Y'7'. ,f,. Qfl J- 4 X K 1 W? 'G fs -.Q -7 V 5, 5 Q ,M "' 52 A txxgfattx o s.. me K- L 1 t ul, . .3 ...f- -4 U' ', I if '- si -- . . . Q! ix' . - ' .1 M- u-1. 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Sloat .z . 5.315 Lggg Linda Smiley f V Q: f Pamela KayVSmith V, X ,,- V . 3, Richard Smith e- 3, V V Stanley Smith A 4 QS! A -1, ,f Q1 Nancy Snodgrass ' 'iff-. y 'X Mimi I. Snow IQ- l V B W K Betty Sorkness ,nigh -.5 1V 'I ' .,,,. ggi. 4? A -. " N S T ' ' orma J. pall , . ' . ,, Vernon B. Stallmo f -f' T' K " ' V T" A if Bonnie Stanton , ' gg V N- A V if ' john R. Stoddard , X ' '45 liff Glenn W. Sudmeier 7 V ' Kimiye R. Takeuchi , R1 .. X xleafx jp V!! . , -."- ' " I t' K GQ , 4' , -6 - A ' 1 A Verna F. Talbot -M ' ' .,,, ,Q , . , t , -- .. Barton L. Tatum f . F we vw 1 5 . V V V - , ,,g,, I ' - XM f . J Charles T. Taylor , , V - - to ., V -jj , W: I V 0, ?T1V,,afdT'gay10t ' . . ,, 1 V ' o n . ornton - S VV lt , Q- V '1VVV" 1VVV 6 jon R. Thornton Viezfii 4' Q2 , I Linda E. Tornbom V454 La . ' Joe kLuis Torres k 11. ' t - ' , ff ' ' 4' -- Mic ael XV. Tracy 2' if .L 1 ' Q34 1 'Q 1 l , VNV V Glenda L. Ti-aw ""-ji in A . " ' ' "'7 ,, Barbara S. True ' A V ,Z .,., V ,,,. Marilyn Tucker A A - ,LV I .,.- 4 ' 35"-'W ' . 5 ' -' - ' - joe Van Huss Q. L. u . 1-V. .1 ,. AV, .A Vu! -' Larry W. Walker ' V V V 1 . LV Vi A , f"' "" Patrick Brian Walker ,' WI' at ff , .J . Sharon S. Watkins V ' 7' "ffl ,VIVVVVA V 'S' ' Tim S. Wayt pa, VV 1 .iw Carol Webel ' I - V A Clifford Weimer g V, rj' ' ' Ronald Weis "T "' ' I ' hill- it V- gr? 1... .,,. ., Nangy A- Weldy' ' V, '12 v if V A Robert Wells V L W ff" ' ' ' N- "" - L V W ll Vi Q X i ., Q1 f , 4. Q Joihn Oslyljitacita , , .NM ' A ' '., . 555- t Hill MX. lft 'i I' 4 Arlene L. Whitman ' 21 A 'ff--3 .4 -Q 1: -1 Kathleen Whitney P " L I Vf fi? """"lj I' Forest Williams , " V , ff ' l' -' A Ronald C. Williams t Q' Z", ' A . ' A t. 'fu 'ff ,Ja Ray L. Wilson -if-V ' ..,. . VX VV ,V V 6.4 V M V Leon R. Wisham ' V, ,' . .ydq 'Qi' L s-'f -' A "7" CM Q' ' Carl L. Wood ii in 'I A Q J X' ,.,, V 3, h -' Patricia L, Woodman 1,2 f V V is David Dean Woodward ' ' ., 'EQ QVV f " ff' g Paul D. Wright if T N B' Q V - , V ze ' ' J Lois Wroge 'V' uf - -, 3, ,ff V- ." "Q as A ,V I- -QV gg 0 Geraldine A. Yancey ' W fy AL 1 H V V Q., . V V Eleazar D. Ybarra -, W ,Q I ' . ., T' 1. .Ei Barbara Zubovich ' . . ' VV , f V . T . . at ff... it ,MB C-F - Life members of the California Scholar' ship Federation. Front row: Richard Ryan, Tom Carter, Bill Colby. Second row: Paul O'Kain, Gloria Puncher, Jan- ice Bishop. Thin" row: Linda Shorres, I u d y Ll1IldbOll1, Kent, Bartholic. Fourth row: Mary Sipple, Jackie Sher- er, Anita Wood. Fifth row: Mindy Strater, Alice Mew- born, Betty Yoshio- ka. Sixth row: Dav- id Burdick, Irene Masaki. ont row: J. jackson, D. Davey, E. Bishoff, M. Sipple, G. Simons, j. Bowlds. Second row: 055031 5055 bw-1 'NY QS. 'NN 'Vw Q SS Q" O3 U EFS in O 251 WC OZ "IO gm MO E5 33,411 9119 ,FEP ?3 "ITD 11,0 'H it Dr-1 f5"1 774 m-. D Sp -if rv 71' UFS Nl- 'fm .gr rn'-U 'Q Q53 WH Tm an 2. 71- ': 225 'UO 'U4 F002 -r' J. Moore, J. jackson, B. Alter, D. Guyan, J. Stowe, T. Greer, D. Kelley, R, Thomas, L. Seitz, R. Pupkoff, B. Salisbury. Third row: L. Kidner, R. Erbetta, R. Connett, K. Crist, Wyrick, Bell, K. Helpjand, D. Armstrong, D. Herd, E. Mrockzo, D. Hamblin, J. Alter, D, Fiorelli, William, C. Seitz, D. Minnis, D. Horvat. Bark row: L. Hanover, G. Wfilson, Tiernan, J. Kendall, N. Maloy, P, Wright, F. Martin, F. Landauer, D. Latham, Mr. Nichols, B. Colby, . Boucher, F. Williams, D. Dyer, G, Mayer, M. Redhead. The band is an instrumental music organization where individual help is given by means of a rotating sectional schedule. The marching band performs at all varsity football games, parades, and makes guest appearances at the Los Angeles Coliseum: such as the UCLA and SC band days and the East West Bowl Game. A Christmas concert, spring concert and festival are on the concert band's schedule. There are three pep bands that play for rallies, basketball games and a school dance band that plays for the Annual Variety Show. The school String Orchestra is open to all string instrumentalists. The orchestra represents our school at the Christmas Concert, Annual Spring Concert, class plays, aud. calls and the District Tour. Brass, woodwind and percussion sections from the concert band augment the strings at performances. Bowlds, B. Alter, C. Moore, J. jackson, R. Thomas, L. Seitz, D. Wfyrick. Bark row: R. Kendall' N. Maloy, P. Wright, R. Martin, D. Latham, Mr. Nichols, B. Colby, G. Mayer, J. XVilliamsl M. Redhead i lbbotson, D. McHeriry, M. Meacham, RiVanderpool, R. Vanderpool, B. Jester, M, Shipley, , is 4, wet' .. P Li' A if fx Q7 H I-sg 4-X -x.. 'fl'- 'I 1 ' R l - P me tg ' s ' tte tr .. -st JI -- Front row: S. MacKenzie, J. Carter, Jo. Bone, J. Pace, D. Wfainwright, J. Strayhan, J, Noone, T. Cicero, B. Salisbury, C. Acosta. Middle rouu' B. Cole, T. XY'allace, I.. Ambrose, D. Jensen, N Adams M. XVoofter R. Moore B. Staff D. Wfhite, D. Platzer. Buck row: R. Hale, J. Goff, D L. Coil, D. Vi'itty, M. Morgan. Mlm 06044 The Tartar Choir is a select group of singers who perform four to seven part choral literature. They participate in the Southern California A Cappella Festival each spring and represent the High School at important functions such as the Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, Aud. Calls, District Tour and Variety Show. Soloists, Ensembles and a Male Glee Club all add variety to this mixed choir. Concert rating is mainly on classical, Religious, Spirituals and Show tunes, although all types of music are used sometime during the year. Front row: B. Fisher, P. Keith, P. Smith, M. Quinones, J. Ahrendt, P. Knechel, Mr. Nichols lNl. Denton, I.. Kind, I.. XVood, B. Book, E. Phelps, A. Russell. Middle row: S. Hirose B. Shelby, N. Todd, J. XVyant, C. McCormick, G. W'ilson, P. Housley, C. Gross, D. Harbison B. Linderman, V. Melgose, S. Mankins. Buck rout' A. Sargent, J. McDowgal, M. Duehring R. Kenoall, S. Gilbert, E. Hathway, L. Spall, R. Gill, S. Savve, P. Travis, S. Wisham, S. Mason lg. rf awg, so 9 Q 95 "M J S . f ig if 1 'N-Q f -f-' T TT l a S "-1 ,...irn.l J- .f,.av' X Tmiim LMC24 Front rouu' M. Iwata, G. Maupin, J. lilston, M, Drazakouski, I. Masaki, R McCune, J. Zuber, M. Strater, G. Sandstrom, j, Cannon. Mitldlv mir: C. Surber, D. Cook, K. Takeuchi, A. Mewborn, B, Rogan, B. liletther. G. Puncher, P. Rynhart, B. Balow, D. Harklroad. Burk row: C. Valdivia, B. Hiebert, C. Campbell, N. Basmadiian, B. Yoshioka, P, Neely, li. Hathaxsav. J. Donald, B. Miller, Mrs. O'Conner. The Tartar Ladies, an honorary service club for girls, serves the school and the community in the best way possible. Under the co- sponsorships of Mrs. Madelin O'Connor and Mrs. Barbara Penner, the club's activities included the Tartar Lady aud-call, the TK-TL Ball and a visit to see the "VUayward Wfayf' Only junior and Senior girls who maintain a "B" average are eligible for the club. Tmlm Kvigfh The Tartar Knights are an honorary service club. The Tartar Knights stand post in front of the school every day, and have duty at all aud-call and football games. They have various activities each year such as the TK-TL Ball. Front row: jim XVeyant, Tom Carter. Sammi row: jim Sena, Kent Bartbolic. Dick Ryon, Gerald Roberts, Vit' Masaki, Darel Kelly, john Bentuood, Robert Pulliam, jack Rawnsly. Tbira' row: Don Fischer, Bill St-hipper, Sanfrecl Smith, Phil Scholl, jim McDougall, Bill Colby, Iiolzrlla roux' Lee Day, XValt bllllltilif, Gerald Sherburne, Paul Moroyasu, Bob Church, Mr. Turner, Dick Rice. 'i , KNIGHTS 'N Y ,,..i I if 5 9411 I x-7' I Front roux' Mrs. Kennedy, Paula Bish- off, Anita W'ood, Pat Achenbach, Jan- ice Bishop, Dolores Athley. Bark row: Al Sergeant, Sanford Smith, Tom Car- ter, Kiyoki Takeuchi, Dick Ryon, Donna Arrasmith, Audrey Nicksich, Judi Roben. The purpose of the Spanish Club is to promote good will and understand- ing toward our neighbors of the south, and to further the knowledge of the Spanish language and Spanisn culture in California which is so much a part of our present-day living, We feel this influence as we visit the old Spanish missions, witness the many Spanish fiestas, have dinner in a Mexican at- mosphere and listen to Spanish music. The Spanish Club maintains an active membership of twenty, The highlight of the Spanish Club is the Mexican Christmas Celebration in which all the members participate in the break- ing of the "pinata." Mrs. Gladys Kennedy and Mr. Charles Arnold are club sponsors. FRENCH ctua w E FwzacKC Front row: Diane Doyle, Carol Nelson, Bev. Orend, Lynn Hide, Lynn St, Onge. Aliddlc rouz' Teddie XVallace, Norma Shino, Pat Strahm, Judi Roben, Judy Bowlds, Sharon McCabe, Bark row: Tom Coleman, Lester Rice, Robbie XY'ollard, Noel Shire, Richard Ford, Mr. Bereskin. The French Club, under the spon- sorship of Mr. Louis Bereskin, had an enjoyable time this year learning about the Customs of France, and carrying on correspondence with French speaking peoples the world over. Bwxwntwlmafa ' cram- gre- um-1. f V...-.1-.-.-...-.u........, ...... Kay Howar , Mr. Smith. Delmar Sniith. Front row: Harriet Meister, Diane Maggett, Betty Baker, Donna McHenry, Lolly King. Middle row: Bonnie Birkholz, Pat Travis, Linda Lewis, Rita Wfinfield, Betty Schuetz, Sandra LaGuardia, Sharon Wisham. Bark row: Lynn Edgar, Virginia Melgosa, Marcia Thompson, Diane Cato, Gwen Pattishall, The Business Club is made up of all interested students taking a business course. promotes interest in business education and business ca- reers. The co-sponsors are Mrs. Marilyn Dean and Mr. 71 7' Wav U QWWL W :,..gJ I ww " ww :auf .d nt. Barbara Alter. Tfefis' . - icePreS1 Q ' . nita W0Od'V1ce cl President: Audrey iicgigrlx Ygavey, pfjsigfgggsgefgeant-anArms. - 1 semester: Anita vgogeiary- Sefond ienieieiiier, Treasurer: Jami Presideml 0 6 The Rally Club was kept busy decorating the football stadium for all the home games. They promoted pep and interest in the rooters, sold programs, and served R 566 0 as hostesses to Fathers on "Fathers Night." One of their first activities was a 7 bowling outing after the football season. They had many sales throughout the year. Scholarship Federation is a state honor society in California. Torrance chapter, 1215, 1 consists of about 70 members. A student is eligible who receives three A's and one B, excluding physical education. If a member belongs for three semesters in 10, 11, or 12 grades he is a "torch" bearer. If one is a member for four semesters, including one semester in the senior year, he or she becomes a "life member" and is entitled to a gold seal on the diploma. Firsl Jvmesler' T Mar' ' ' Om Carte . denti1Lf1i?:!leii52fO,IoFagUrer. Slezolljsiixllq Bill Colby Vic p . , ecreraryg Diane Hiuff-' Dick RQOD 'ij resident: Kiyoka T , I 1UShaw, T1-easurelf' resident: Kiyoka T likeuchi, Sec fi e - remfyz uthi, Vice Presi- H9 4 45,,.a-nv! 5 , , lu: 4 IENCE Franz 7-Our. flliddle r 'fiiaymofld Desch garb rozzjufieslfg-big? W'OllaFcie,ASgnged Smith, Kem B D urg, Al Sargent, MIISSECESP hsmith, Liii33er6aTol51 Cfirrejftfgiilg, sick Ryon Gerald R i 1 m 6, C i . Ice, Jim S Oberts. g I. I ar a Osterlmd, Pat Straiinnaii llgifiehggehii The purpose of the Science Club is to promote further interest in Science and Photography. The students take various trips throughout the school year and take many pictures of the science department. Special science experiments and projects Sdrwgxce.. I Z: helped promote the Science Fair that was held in April. The Bowling Club enjoyed its second year as a Torrance High campus club. Under the sponsorship of Miss jo Kaye Meek, the club formed teams and bowled every Wednesday at the Torrance Bowl-O-Drome. Trophies were awarded to the top ' G team and best bowlers. , Cue janice ' Cynthia Bea ,Middle Marsha Tappm' -' ThOmP50n' 5 son, , Marnie R bertS. 1 ata Carol aff' Linda Huffman e Mayer, GerigD0?Hwin, h VV s , , 7 d Mars a Irene Masala Borbner GeOfP nGOma,M1 'dt, Fred l u" Anita W OO iiaaren Cfist' Colby Gary Gobdrow, Sta Gan. Schmi Ftont for-nda Shortes, Bdeielfa Bill DB1-man, D?Ve Gary Peterson, , X h p, 1 1 igfiiv.-Olim Sena,kIiiifiBa1i-seh1pPef'13123, Bob Newell' DmlB15iifi3,EfS Larrv' Sem' Pau P i ' b. Liixliidauef, Mf Sfmt wi 73 ws rs t"!'fl if Ft-Zwte Twcfm Future Teachers Club provided an ar- ray of realistic first-hand opportunities to learn more about teaching. Under the guidance of selected teachers the members observed and participated in the elementary schools. Other activities included observing special demonstra- Qfh- tions of teaching, visiting college and . university schools of education, par- -. ticipating in career days, inviting students, teachers, new teachers, and , older teachers to describe profession- al experiences, and investigating the literature and audio-visual material that relate to a professional career. The club sponsor was Miss Cathryn Chrisholm. Front row: Mary Blount, Judy Sirney, Dotti Hawkins, Irene Masaki, Teddy Wallace, Lora Sturgill. Back rout' Diane Harkleroad, Kent Bartholic, Gary Burgner, Len Ehlers, Sharon Kopp, Bonni Miller, Diane St. Martin, Judy Roben. A a J a Red Cwfn Front row: Ellen Andrea, Judy Nordstrom, Diane Funk, Margaret Reddington, Janice Curtis. Back row: Bill Miller, Barbara Cole, Kathleen Redding- ton, Miss Linton, Darlene Jensen, Jim Edwards. The AJRC "believes in service for others for our country, our community, and our school, in health of mind and body to fit us for greater service, and in working for better human relations throughout the world." The members so far this year have contributed their time and efforts to make tray favors and ceramic ash trays to be used in the vet- erans hospitals, making first-aid boxes for classrooms on campus, and fund packages in the community. T N ARF, 3 T.N.T. Front Row: Joyce Hockey, Robin Thomas, Dotti Hawkins, Kimi Takeuchi. Back row: Jim Sena, Verna Christoffer- son, Bill Schipper, Karen Crossman, Lee Day. The campus publication, the TNT, was written and edited by journalism students under the advisor- ship of Mr. Potter. The staff published 14 issues, attended the El Camino Press Day, and two stu- dents spent two days on a Navy ship. 232113 Front rouz' Bfary Meacham, Rosemary Hill, Lynn Hyde, Gerry Day, Mary Blount, Diane Hunter, Dolores Atchley, Lynn St. Onge, Betty Schultz, Judi Bovvlds. Burk max' Pat Achenbath, Donna McHenry, Cynthia Beadle, Diane Eschancli, Evelyn Salas, Linda Gamble, Mardell Clayton, Judi 1 3 ,rl - ' n . f I S I . - l A X f 'N I Roben Carol Moore Bev' Orend Yvonne Graham Mwfefw Dame One of the newer clubs on campus this year was the Modern Dance Club sponsored by Mrs. Jeanne Bosco. The club was formed to give girls with talent and creative ability a chance to develop gracefulness and confi dence. Wfith lNIr. Howard P. Towle acting as sponsor of the Varsity Club, the club, among other things, promoted interest in all the schools' athletic events, acted as hosts to visiting athletes, made special event awards to 1,fg.v'5n fl . ww, I l L Qhybntlll s , v ,J 7 varsity athletes who won recognition in Bay League competition, and td' I ll7 f X supervised the snack area. The Varsity' Club is composed of varsity 4 I Z, lettermen upon personal application. ' ccve l f i it 1 it , I V xv S I-NW t 'll Q Front 1-aux' Jim Hester, Dave Fiorelle, Tom McMaster, Frank Endres, Gerry Vom Steeg, W Gary Peterson, Bob Cato, Dick Ryon, Tom Carter. Bark rou-.4 Mr. Tovvle, Sanford ' l bmith, Roger Reed, jim Myers, Bob Curran, Ken Hall, jim KY'allace, Bob Cosby, Ron Veres, Richard Ford, Kent Bartholic. I ,, 5 I Yiwu , Ll'9? ff CLUB X241-imw Fran! row: Mary Blount, Claudia Smith, Diana Cook, Joyce Cannon, Diane Hunter, Joyce Hockey, Jim Wfeyant, Linda Wfilliams, Marie Turner, Alice Mewborn, Evvie Parent, Judy Roben. Bark row: Sharon Clark, Pat Travis, Verne Christofferson, Penny LaMont, Mike Duehring, jim Sena, George Boscon, Bob Salisbury, Mr, Hershey, Russ Vanderpool, Sandra Mankins, Judy Bowlds, Carol Moore, Danny Fulton, Frank Corsentino, Thespians is one of the IUOSI active clubs on campus. They are always helping people in need when it comes to putting on a performance, The Variety Show, The Modern Dance Show, Senior Play and, of course, the ordinal One Act Plays are put on only by the Thespians. Pwr: C The Press Club, newly organized on campus this year, is composed of journalism students writing for the campus newspaper, the TNT, under the sponsorship of Mr. Ross Potter. Stmzding: jim Sena, Ron Montelius, Lee Day, Paul Moir, Bill Schipper, Mr. Potter. Kneeling: Karen Crossman, Linda Mills, Dotti Hawkins, Barbara Crockett, Kimi Takeuchi. Q fa 5 Q. f A 1 at .. 8, 1 '-t. ,. f i 'A 'S Front row: Rita Bacon, Delores Derouin, Peggy Edwards, Ellen All, Marie Turner, June Hinz, lNIarilyn Johnston. .Middle row: Sharon Stephenson, Sanoma Franklin, Karen Kjenstad, Diane Kunath, Maria Sciarrotta, Linda Baker, Claudia Canter. Bark roux' Melba jean Blaxwell, Dorothy jenocoyich, Patricia Miller, Gloria DeLaRoas, lVIarian Hanneman, Carolyn Shire, Diane Hodgson. 461 The Girls, Glee Club was composed of more than fifty girls who performed admirably at the Christmas Concert and the Spring Festival. The sponsor is Mr.DiFiore and the club is looking forward to even more challenging school years in the future. Front roux' Sharon Wfatkins, Melissa Gardner, Sandra Boundreaux, Patricia Henry, Barbara Stuart, Linda Ledbetter, Rita Simmons. illiddle f01l',' Paulette Johnson, Barbara Davis, Dianna Dyck, Martha Miller, Cynthia Routh, Nancy Kelly, Barbara McLaugh- lin. Bark faux' Viola Lucero, Susan Tharpe, Susan Larson, Marilyn Holcomb, Barbara Gross, Roberta Kelly, Lenora Calitri, La Vonne XVestall. f E f 5 A i 9 N 5. If 5' t - M if Q3 gg M tt.. ll' Q 2 1 'Z Q Front mum' Joyce Cannon, Sharon Blakesly, Diane St. Martin. Buck rouz' Marie Turner, Gay Maupin, Gerry Day, Loretta Robinson. , s-2 -.1 5 The Majorettes and Flag Twirlers, representing part of the pep squad at all athletic activities, are shown decked out in their nice costumes, Not only do they inspire our teams to do their best for THS, but they also gain poise and self-confidence that helps them to become more enthusiastic toward school functions. F563 Twhlwz Left lo right: Peggy Rynhart, Becky Cancller, Mindy Strater, Lori Sturgell. X., xf nl -nv' 'lii fr ' X " , -' 4, ,.,.i pi ,aw -,lm I 'Wa qw , I , " - . ,li , , It ,. , 1 V . 1 4 5 , 'G ,, mm Q I dv Left to right: Jan Zuber, Betty Yoshioka, Claudia Smith, Bonnie Fletcher, Rosemary Hill, Berta Rogan. i MAQQ X Our Song Queens and Cheerleaders lead the students in cheering on 0 our teams. They help create spirit, color and enthusiasm, as well as represent Torrance at various Band Days. Keeping up our spirit when we really need it is a difficult job, but this part of our pep squad did f a swell job. Left to right: Linda Williams, Victor Masaki, john Bentwood, Diana Cook. mmm X , to Q x aww If. N x I S I Joyce Cannon, Gay Maupin, Marie Turner, Jerri Day, Loretta Robinson, Diane St. Martin. Smeg Queefm Rosemary Hill, Claudia. Smith, Betty Yoshioka, -Ian Zuber, Bonnie Fle- cher, Roberta Rogan. 80 wcitian fa, mm Mindy Strater, Peggy Rynhart, Lori Sturgell. 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' I, ,Q N . .3 " 5 L Aon .an V Y gl ,K-, :fn 5- 5.5 1 9 if .1 x 73-"V f' Ts ...M 'L 'Y A rake dns opporrumry ro We, the . . thank vou for all your pauence, understandmg and mhch needed help in putting Out what W? ., hope is the greatest Annual THS has CVC? had: M Q-f 1 t w wwss BA Mk .-MW Rosemary Hill rests between acts of the Variety Show. ,- - n '- , aku. 4 5 A. V ,4 ,I 7 2,224 Viiegf, AJ 5" F '4' J . few 5 eff-:ee V' . we 'R nf 1' 4. v ag " 1 vga., , ,xt 4 I". .,-I 53,1 .iv aw lu- ,vi 12 ,. 11, 'Hz 5 34:2 5' 1 , , -. as A 12 ,o yZ'EE7:E 1- 1 3f. z :2,- ' iii' ' -9371: ,L ' . ., ,,., ' -1 "1'lfg".:5fQ5g:ggg,:Z,-'f11:--gzigffizf 1:24 I A fi ef' .V 4, Lf -I 5 Q-Q: 511' . 4 ' ' 'sfff PM S1 .ne'OP'- Z, , 24 ,ey JOYCE CANNON 1957 Homecoming Queen v- -r fm- 'v ,V .13 V Pictured here are the top fifteen candidates for Homecoming Queen chosen by the Student Body. Fran! row: Lora Lee Sturgil, Diana Cook, Diane Eschandi. Middle row: Gay Maupin, Betty Baker, Alice Mewborn, Barbara Balow, Virginia Sandstrom. Back row: Roberta Rogan, Rosemary Hill, Claudia Smith, Bonnie Fletcher, Janet Zuber, Joyce Cannon. Not pictured: Becky Candler. ,M 7757 Ho Beautiful Joyce Gannon smiles radiantly i 5 Xuuf as Torrance High School's Homecoming ' Queen. Everyone went home happy, for it was not only a glorious victory for Joyce but for our team as well. At the half the Tartars held Mira Costa 7-0 to top the homecoming performance, but went on to trample them at this score. It was a great Mary Yoshioka, last year's Homecoming Queen, exquisite in a Performance 211 around for the C1355 of blue satin gown proudly crowns Queen Joyce Cannon who says, 1957 who were honored and Well repre- "Il hope I will wear the crown as well as you did through your sented. reign-" The Queen and her Court stand beautifully in their full length gowns as they are presented to the Student Body. Princess Diana Cook, escort Conrad Van Blankenburgg Princess Janet Zuber, escort Tom Carterg 1956 Queen Mary Yoshiaka, escort Mark Eubankg Our Queen, Joyce Cannon, escort Gene Crenshawg Princess Betty Baker, escort Jim MacDougalg and Barbara Balow, escort Lenny Ehlers. fe rv., 'Sv 4 , R . e. y 2' Ho- ww e .- : - ri' -1- Q.-tb -1-1 www . t. Q . , , - ' va ' . -, ' '-'A 4. - '-- ,rf ?'- 1P?jL,'v'-e2H,"'-mf' J ., - - V 1 wage -.-1-Q5 ,3a,rg,.?,, il f'l1N"'?"'F-. :kr --'-f' ' P" 15 23: 4F'1T1.isb'35'4, , , L-1, 1 - ., e1a-.fre www:-W. . ff' -1 . , - 1. ' l .V 4 2, . . , -',Z',. . 1 ,Q q ,da f N , ,M 1' r..'.Lf- 4 , . .. ', Mg. -, '-,I Q Tom Sass played an important part at our football games as our reliable mascot. He never failed to be there when we needed him to promote spirit. "A true Tartar" we can surely say. 1 'LJfYlT.1"LlYk,L HIC-H scuoot ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,.,,. ,.,,., , ,..., . ..,,,.....,,,,...,.,...., . , ,... , gym .aww-,ww L29 , A Welcoming Nadia Basmadjian, our Ameri- can Field Service student from Greece to the Tartar campus were our principal, Mr. Ahee, and first semester Student Body Presi- dent, Roberta Rogan. Nadia taught many of us a great deal about Greece, and at the same time she has learned much about the United States and Torrance through the new friends she made while visiting our school and living with her foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hinshaw. Ll'l.lM . tj. Ali, a fiwliiiw Butch White's '49 Chevy made a big hit as the car of the month. It has red and white upholstery, Pontiac grill, Olds one piece wind- shield, nosed and decked cutouts, and Buick spinners. lt also has carburation and milled headers, which helps him turn a pretty good timing at the drags. After a summer full of fun The Tartars return to school ready to pitch in and get to work at least for a little while. September started our football practice games and our Cross Country meets. It was an exciting month for all concerned. . The girls league snow cone sale was a big success as Sep- tember was quite a warm month and those cool refreshing snow cones hit the spot. .7 We sure had fun Halloween night while we danced in the gayly decorated YMCA. The dance was given by the Tri-H-Y. A juke-box was provided for the enjoyment of the kids while refreshments were being served all through the dance. Odiolm A ! I 4 A ' L A.: , .fc ., l , if. 4 .1 5 At one of our rallies we had a little entertainment for the Student Body. While the girls' football team played a tough game, the make- believe song queens gave a terrific performance. Pictured are Kathy Kirks, Mardell Clayton, Pat Travis, Judy Ahrendt, Denise Hunter, Judy Strayhand. School spirit and excitement reached a fever pitch in October, as our varsity and "B" football teams were racking up wins on the gridiron, while the cross country team raced to THS' first CIF cham- pionship in the history of the school. At the same time the new Freshman class was busy electing their first officers. jim Miles' new paint job shows that jim takes pretty ood care of his '54 Chevy He has checkered fli ers g ' 9 custom grill, 26 inch cutouts, yellow lights under the wheelwells and pipes, and is lowered, 5574 -Q The Scholarship Qualifying Test was taken in the school library by over 100 senior students applying for college scholarships. The two hour test proved interesting when scores were revealed by Mr, Morgan. Nmwnwgm The pep squad and four athletes appeared on Television in No- vember to represent Torrance High School on "Double Timef, We received a merit award for outstanding sportsmanship. For a change of pace we had a Bill Of Rights aud. call which was held in the boys' gym. Judge Willet was nice enough to come down and preside over a make-believe court session. A lot of fun for all. 2 lf4af .46i4.J4S 2 f' V 'E 'xx This is supposed to be Samohi's great foot- ball team. They sure put up a fight against our great powder puff team but of course they didn't win - at the rally anyway. Ng ,rr Z, , , Q, Gqj, f -' Wrf .1 1 4,l,,! l," ' gl X' If ' "' L N: s C C s 2 I it Morris Gregory's '54 Olds "88" convertible is shown here. It has been lowered Sl' in front and with 820 x 15 tires it is on a 6" rake. Dual pipes and Cutouts are featured. Spinners create attention at night by being illuminated with blue lights from under the fenders. The engine is stock except for a 4 barrel carburetor. " 2f'!Q34'-.4-C' YB'f?,.:,:..tiQ f - . .Q-. 451. t an ,f . Shown here are some loyal Tartars play- ing makebelieve Mira Costa Mustangs. To get up their spirit for the game with Mira Costa, they ran some of the Mira Costa plays. Seems like they had a lot of fun and so did everyone else. Pedal pusher day again. It seems - as though someone is going to get wet. Careful girls, don't drop her or you might not be a senior any- more. The Girls' League puts on a pedal pusher day once a semester, notice the cute styles pictured here. We sure felt casual that day, too bad the boys couldn't have worn skirts. vhzri, -4-,- Decwlm aw , V '. Walking through the science building during 4th period you can smell the results of the boys' foods class. Girls arenlt the only ones who like to cook, and to the boys their re- sults taste better than the girls' cooking any- way. Diana Cook and Linda Williams take time out for a bite to eat during half time of the Redondo Game. They don't ever seem to stop long, as they're always in there promot- ing spirit. What a good job! f , . f ,Vw f I i ffi' Gerry Vom Steeg and his '29 model A Ford are never seen apart. You might say it's Gerry's "Pride and joy" with the 600-16 White walls and Kelsy spoke rims. It is metal- lic green with a white top and matching tire boot. The upholstery is beige and green, not only in the car, but the rumble seat also. Gerry seems to be pretty proud of his red and black model A "fourbanger" engine with his down draft carburetor. Shirley Bullock won the Betty Crocker cook- ing contest with her tasty cherry pie. Shirley will make a fine homemaker someday with all of the homemaking experience she has picked up at Torrance High. Theme of this year's Christmas Formal was "SnoWland Fantasy." Representing the theme was the traditional snowman. Clean campus week-doesnlt it look nice! Of course it's al- ways kept clean with the con- scientious students roaming around Torrance High. Taking a peek at some of the 150 Tartars who attended the annual Christmas Formal, one can see that they are all hav- ing a wonderful time. Shown here are Torrance's Song Queens, Rosemary Hill, Bonnie Fletcher and Claudia Smith warming up before the game to get the students in the spirit of cheering the players on to a great and glo- rious victory. .W-'-+-. f -gg.. 5, , :I V '-3 4,..r..1g-,HJ ' Q 4 , -'Q-fav'-'f' r V -au g fy " f ."fil'lff3'l g 3 , C. ., . in -uh!! J ":..-+'.,- '?i-1.3. F -r " 1-.1 r-FLT Shown here are the characters of the Senior play, "Liliom," during the finale. Mr. Hershey is being brought out to be thanked by all the cast, for all of the help he gave on the production. Berta Rogan and Len Ehlers accept the Bill of Rights and the Constitution from re resentatives of the American Legion dnuring the A. S. B. aud call. J Roy Thomas is proud of his 1954 Ford. It has been lowered 2 inches in back and has a pure white exterior. Its custom interior has been painted black to set off the black and white door panels and seat covers. The headliner is black with heavy white stitches at the seams. Plans are to install a '55 Olds engine as well as painted flames. The Boys' League Pickle Sale was a big success, not only with the students, but with the administration as well. we-6 Gay Maudin, Joyce Cannon and Loretta Robinson, three of our malorettes, are shown getting ready for the basketball game with E1 Segundo. "Get in step Joyce? Peggi Rynhart, Diane Eshandi and Lora Sturgil are perform- ing for the students before a basketball game, to arouse the spirits and yell our team on to victory. January was a busy month for everyone, especially the seniors who were in the Senior Play. Here is a scene in which Liliom is being returned home to julie, his wife, after stabbing himself. George Boscon played Liliom, Claudia Smith played julie, Marie Turner was Marie and Becky Candler was Mrs. Muskat. Claudia Smith, George Boscon, and Joyce Hocky are shown practicing for the Senior Play "Liliom." "Don't be a smart Alec, George!" I if Fe! X . ,qi hx i X ll, Russel V2lDClCfPlll,iAl and Sharon Wishani get to- gethcr with a real great song, "Have l told you lately that l love you." Joyce Hockey had the audience in stitches with her funny jokes. As you can see, she even thought they were funny. MSS? Vmxaff , "Les Girls," one of the numbers in the Show, features the motorcycle gang watching Gwen Hull and Penny LaMont dance. Gary Portrey and Lonnie Kendall did a swell job in writing and singing their song for the show jim Wfeyant, the big producer, just cracked a joke. No response. jim did a lot of work on the show, along with n lot of others, to make "Talent U.S.A." a big hit. N is. Grace Conner and Gerry vom Steeg are Shown Shown here are Tartar Knights, Tom Carter and Paul Motoyasu and Tartar Lady, Carolyn Camp- here with their art teacher, Miss Timon, as they b H h . d d . f receive the Bullock s award for art achievement. 6 t at I e concession Stan mmf' one O our basketball games. They managed to keep the crowd well filled with candy. Getting ready for the Vari- ety Show is a lot of fun for most of the kids. They sometimes have a time problem when it comes to putting on make-up and do- ing it just right. Dick Colburrfs two-tone blue Oldsmobile is a popular car around the campus. He has white walls with Olds. spin- ners. It is lowered five inches in front and three inches in Water . . . water . . . everywhere .... Anyone for a swim? back. "HEY Dick. 110W Hb011I Ii fide home?" QQ MMM ,we Riffa Winfield is promoting our annual sales. Keep up the good work Rita! There Jweren't very many students who failed to purchase the Torch this year. moan' This archway between the main building and the science building is just one of the many beautiful scenes around our campus. , " 1 - V ,-A-ffftf , fir .. "fi-plz: x,,. 5 ,,,,,, 3, Walt janoff and Johnny Bentvvood in the Junior Play. Wfalt is getting sick from pretending to smoke the cigar johnny gave him to teach him a lesson. Jim Coyle and Steve Buckalew are shown working hard in wood- shop on a table for Betty Saddler. Our woodshop produces some ex- cellent products, especially with the conscientious workers like jim, Steve and an excellent teach- er like Mr. Strohm. TD, ,,.- Shown here is Gary Pfingston's '57 Oldsmobile. It is dropped 2 inches in the front and has a balanced engine. The letters have been removed from the grill, The interior is black and red with padded dash and Dodge Lancer spinners. Bobby Herring really looks like a "harem girl" in this dance in the Modern Dance Show. One of the acts in the Modern Dance Show was "Ticket to No- where," Flora Watson, Donna Ritchie and Vicky Hippik were an important part of the dance chorus. Sally Mason finally gets her man, johnny Bentwood in the junior Play. Gerry Day looks on as they leave for dinner. Diane Hunter and Mary Blount did a real fine job on this "Jazz Spiritual." ' QMS xf r-11 rf' This is one of the few times in the year the "girls" get to ask the "guys" out. The "Backwards Dance" was a great success with all the girls in their pret- ty cotton dresses and the boys in their neatly pressed shirts. Now the tempo changes to "Twilight Time" as the girls get their favorite guy. Shown here are john Brentwood and Rita Winfield, Steve Wingard and Claudia JT W l . r Y t , 1 J, , f I . E' .X Smith, Richard Rice and Cynthia Beadle, jimmy Standridge and Joyce Cannon, Rus- sel De Fields and Betty Saddler, The Tartar Ladies aud-call kept the girls' league laughing, The Sr. Band and Alice Mewborn, their female star, kept the show going strong. In the front row are Ruth McCune, Barbara Balow, and janet Zuber. In the back row are Betty Yoshioka, Berta Rogan, Alice Mewborn, and Judy Elston. ,-5 8889 N Joyce Hockey, Jim Wey'ant, Bill Miller and Joyce Cannon are practicing for the play "XY'ho Vifears the Pants" in the Origin- al One Act Play Fes- , L tival which took place on Friday, April 1-i. 'fv' " ,ll 5: .AVI11 1' In f,n 'Ll s, 1 l 'bs " an , ,L .J l-7 .I- H "1 V. 0. 4 o 'u ' " u, Q. ti ga - I l 0 . 0 Ol - 1 O. ' 0 0 a 7 Z 2 a l , , X. Bob Cato, Joyce Cannon, Jim Sena, Mike Morgan and Sharon Clark are shown in the teaser for the One Act Play, "The Money Tree." Notice the money tree in the background. The whole cast of "The Money Tree" is presented before the student body after the teaser. They did a great job and deserve congratulations. 5 i 5 Q 1 E 5 -Y -, l. .. Y,..:... Q...-an Walt Dungey's white '-il Ford is another car of the month. It has blue and white upholstery, and chrome dash, as well as a late model Mercury engine. 99 it 1 . ' I jean McNeil is shown modeling a cotton print Chemise with a white collar and purple trim in the Girls' League Fashion Show on May 13. --1 A Y, v" '91 RN 01435- 9.1 linsfx ri 1 . O15 fa Gwen Hull is going along with the theme 'Outdoor Living" as she shows her light yellow full crystaline dress with white taffeta under skirt and yellow M A7 E-,.. 41 G7 . ' . -, 5 1 ' 5 ' :-' 5 . Z' 'R Q . i A 1 1' wr' ' on J i':'. 2f 'Qui' ' xiii X 2 A 2 y X ,qv f x 9' 'wt ' , P4 ' xi if , J it t J- .Z I 3 'Q f t . V, , A R V! :7Z 2, I ?.l ' . 'N X, lzf Y"- 2 e L' , I I? 2 1 5 .3 f G ,. .,s,, W, p V L 1.Q l f fig i X G 7:3 X' A f I ' 1 f Of' . . ' 4 ar. I Os' ' Xfy ' gf gif: 4114, 1 f. K" ' ri: 'V 1 . x" y YN Betty Sadcller modeling her alpaca fur with her pink brocaded satin formal. Betty is certainly a tal- ented person to be able to make her own clothing. chiffon draping around her neck and flowing down the length of the dress. Q. , ir., S!! I N , 14 4 fi A-DZ I Z Shown with Betty and Mark are Gwen Hull waiting for their turn on "Gypsy Queen." The Senior Day theme was "South of the Border." The costumes ' y Q put the kids in the right mood to have a great time. 100' ', X . M Betty Saddler and Mark Eubank having fun at the Senior Day. Betty is shown on her own horse, "Gypsy Queen A memorable day to remember for the seniors of '58 f 2 XYe11 I guess they did have a good time. Resting up after a wonderful night of dancing and having fun are Blarl-t Euhank, Betty Saddler, Pat Sharer, Gwen Hull, Sharon Moser and Ronnie McTee waiting for time to go back to school to receive their diplomas. Jaw Shown here are a few seniors entering the Pacinc Coast Club for the Senior all night party that takes place every year after graduation, They look like they are expecting to have a great time. Z , 2' 2 i aff ', 'X L gli ,SQ or 'VIV A D 1 ,- " i f mil time " 4 F Seniors! Best of luck in whatever you choose for the future. Q Pictured here are Claudia Smith and Gerry Vom Steeg receiving their diplomas from our prin- cipal, Mr. Ahee. Congratulations Seniors! 101 Q1 ' L' PORTS Q -rfxfk ZX 1 vx nu fp-J gl ,F- 1 7 X Harold Davis catches the winning touchdown against Mira Costa to de- feat them 7-0. 2 ss' The turning point towards a winning Bay League season came from Torrance's 7-0 victory over Mira Costa. After battling hard the first two quarters, holding the Mustangs deep in their Own territory most of the time, the Tartars are shown running off the field to the halftime dressing room. They are: LeRoy Holdsworth f43jg Ron Coleman CSGJQ Max Benton C?z8jg Dave Hill C-47j1 Manford Mainer f33jg Roger Reed C4415 Jim Wal- lace USD: and coaches Irwin Kasten and Dick Turner are in the background. This year Torrance High fielded its finest football team in the history of the school, finishing second in the Bay League with a 3-1-1 record. The gallant Tartars, pegged for last in pre-sea- son polls, were serious title contenders right up to the final minutes of the last game, which they lost 20-13 to champion Santa Monica. During the course of the season the team had many high points, including being named as "Team of the Week," and team quarterback Ronnie Veres was tabbed as "player of the Week." ,, ..fAB.." ' U" 1 rf-an - .. ,, ' f'e2i7:5 T L Coaches Turner and Kasten look- ing over the practice field. Frorzl row: Mike Gonta, Ken Hall, Steve Wingard, Butch White, Jim Wallace, Bob Farrington, Dave jones, Steve Foster. Middle faux' Max Benton, Steve Buckalew, Gary XVade, Stan Gonta, Mel French, Richard Rice, Bob Cosby, Bob Curran. Top row: Walt Dungey, Ron Coleman, Jim Sena, Stuart Gonta, Walt janoff, Harold Davis, Ron Veres, Bob Cato, Mgr. Injured early in the season and not piclured was Gerry Vom Steeg. r 'fr-wt 'il 11' s..', .vc ' - , , '- At the conclusion of Torrance's most successful Bay League football season, nine Tartars were named to the All-Bay League first, second, and honorable mention teams, more than any other school. Named to the THS' All American Blanket at the Sports Awards banquet was Harold Davis, while half- back Bobby Grajeda received the annual Ray Richhart Award for the player showing the best sportsmanship throughout the season. Named as next year's captain was Stuart Gonta, half- back. Faazdad Sparking the varsity to their 7-0 "big game" win over Mira Costa with his fine pass catch- ing, Harold Davis is pictured-here taking in quarterback Ron Veres' touchdown pass be- fore going over for the score to beat the Mustangs. nv ,th ve' Front row: Ken Pevic, Dave Hill, Danny White, Manford Mainer, Dennis McMasters, Dick Ford, Leroy Holdsworth, jack Tippen. Middle row: jim Myers, Dennis Hester, Bob Van Calcar, Ron- nie Moore, Tom Smoot, Bill Macdonald, Carey Van de W'etering. Top 1'01.L'.' Guy Cargo, Chuck Villacres, Bobby Grajeda, John Noone, Vernon Davis, Dwain Wfyrick, Steve Smith, Roger Reed. Larry Laurance. I " 'K W x ,.,,..-'x 'g,, .f2- .4 .ff Qu , :W if ,, :qi ,gi Q, ,,,. ,- 44 -gd? V. 4,1 V7 ' Qi- 1, 23 '11,-ffff' AVV, V ' uw, , f ' ,.,. f . 1 f' Er 'V 7 fn, W V, ,, W an My ,, A Au M d s. VWQ 5 J' YB . .X 4 ,N f I ,yi- ww! .xx ,- X ' -3: " 422 , , ,fa . ff f f Vx 'X ,,.xl,- ' ,LZLA514-yr' Bw 7' do-U 11 , , 'FW' M" ' 4 A W 41 1, ' U Ei ' Bf9'2?E136?f 1EDB A A .gig ,qffiff V, 4 Af 4494153 L ' , ' ,, 5 M51 ,W it VJ. 1, ,, 1 B BOB CURRAN , v1 . ,B , My we fir f I fry' ff I o , , ., ff ff ,f 4 4 Q In BOB GRAJE A A , Guaird ,, f' i ay fygzfzif, 2. ,,, 3 Halfback 'T .g,i.'f, Zn. 'Q B- I Vi f ,,,, I 1 I 13198071 ,rf +4 I Lqfgkd ,4 I hx! , 1 , ,, , , ,Url A A ' A' - M Q' Bkzf fa af' 4 1 Q .a.,-.- ,-:X . I , f Q- I l, 1 1 , x ,uu- 'TT' Q :Qi Q .- ,? 'e THS 6 13 0 6 7 7 19 13 St. Augustine . El Segundo . Santa Fe . Redondo . Mira Costa . Inglewood . Leuzinger Santa Monica Opp. 25 . .12 7 6 0 6 ...6 20 'A rskzg' R502 , . 'fa-fe.f A-1 Ron Veres, THS quarterback, is pic- tured here throwing one of his jump passes in practice. Ron Veres was named Prep Player of the week this year, along with Honorable Mention in Bay League Pickings. I T W cllom -M... Tartar halfback, Manford Mainer, being brought down after a long gain in 6-6 tie with Redondo, Jim XVallace 1359 and Roger Reed C445 are in the background. L.: Rich Ford, Torrance end, has ball batted away by a Santa Monica defender in 21 crucial play in the championship game. This play caused much dis- cussion when officials failed to rule interference. Samohi went on to win 20-13. THS OPPONENT 55 .. Mira Costa .. H12 12 .. .. Inglewood .. ., 13 J. V. Faaldadd This year's Junior Varsity football team played only two games because of a Bay League ruling barring seniors from play. In those two games they showed strength on both offense and defense. They opened the season with a bruising offense. In their second game they met a tough Inglewood team. The game was a defensive struggle all the way. At the sound of the final gun the score tallied, The Sentenels 13 - Tar- tars 12. The team was coached by Irwin Kasten. Harold Davis, THS end who led the Tartars to a 7-0 homecoming win ox er Mira Costa, is pictured here scoring the winning touchdown. During the season this THS All-American Award XVinner caught 3 touthdoun passes. Slandingf Vernon Davis, Chuck Villacres, John Noone, Ron Coleman, Max Benton, Bob Farring- ton, Dave jones, Tom Smoot, Leroy Holdsworth, Bill Macdonald, Jim Sena, Bob Cosby, Carlos Acosta, Dick Rice.Kneeling.' Ron Moore, Dennis Hester, Carey Van de Wfetering, Ben Mitchell, Duane Wfyrick, Steve Smith, Dennis McMasters, Stan Gonta, Dave Hill, Tim Smith, Gary Wade, Mel French. lO9 THS OPPONENT .kxqq 0 ..LongBeachPoly... , . 1' A nu A A 6... ...ElSegundo.. 6... ..Santa Fe... 6... ..Redondo.. 12 .. Mira Costa .. 14 .. ...Inglewood.... 14 . . .. Leuzinger ... 14 . . . . Santa Monica Pictured here are the coaches of the "Bees." Left is head coach .Howard Brubaker in his first year here at THS. Rzgbt is Bill Hoag, asst. coach. " K " FMZZMZ This year the "Bees" had a hard season winning 1, losing 6, tieing 2 games. Their only league victory was against Mira Costa 12-O. They finished Sth in Bay League standings under new coach Howard Brubaker. With a year's experience behind them we look forward to next season. At season's end joe Montgomery was voted Outstanding Player, Back and The Ray Richhart award. Larry Rose was best lineman. WDM 110 Front roux' T, Lorenzo, G. Rice, D. Woodhard, j. Kinsey, M. Tracey, P. Mitchell, J, Montgomery H. Taylor, D. Dobrick. Middle row: P. Derouin, J. Griego, E. Ybarra, F. Grajeda, G. Downingi M. Derouin, J. Hunter, R. Bradford, 1. Rawnsley, T. Holdsworth. Top row: Mgr. M. Sargeant R. Augenstine, j. Rovenstien, T. Carrillo, G. Cook, W. Graven, G. Walker, L. Rhinetsma, Mgri N. Maloy. nga!! Lu MM Pete Mitchell, Tartar yvould-be tackler, attempts to bring down Viking ball carrier, The fleet-footed Viking went on to score. Samohi won the game 31-14. I 'x . I ll 3 11. l 1 f 2 W ,gy.9,,'.. " 55'-5' V11,,r.,.-. t 7 , y ,ev ,An T .. in '.,LsgiQ3vf:,.A V.. .,- ' - - V t 11 4, r 21 H, Q --s.,,,.b , -Hfv Y:-1. 2? , ' ' ' Q .4 als, .. .r. -, 1531- , 1 .1 E'fT'ki'vfi.' . ' ' 'Faint-.I . T - . Tartar tacklers, Pete Mitchell and Lar- ry George, bring Samohi halfback to the turf in the last game of the season played here on the Tartar field. Front row: H. Barbar, K. Mitchell, H. Maestri, R. Richards, T. Kling, P. Nickols, L. Rose, E. Smith, B. VC'ilson. flliddle row: C. Weimer, L. George, J. Wisham, D. Fioreli, F. Martin, B. Tilley, V. Ramirez, B. VC'ilcox, 1. Underwood. Top row: T. Holdsworth, J. Keefe, D. Lancaster, E. Brennan, D. Snyder, F. Tuttle, B. White, A. Flores, D. Baker, T. McMasters, B. Mainer. , . f4T,!V't'A- -"EM",-. iuJf5!!.",g-9,..f' 96' lll r v -,Yi ,J ,T T . - Starzding: Coach Marty Pelka, Gene Crenshaw, Ray Vanderpool, Russ Vanderpool, Harlan Treskes, Ray Beadle, Lee Day, Mgr. Tom Haase. Knceliizgx Dale Mead, Don Plante, Chuck White, Paul O'Kain, Phil Scholl, Gerald Sherburne, ' Ewkddadt This year the THS Varsity finished Sth in Bay league Standings. They won the Consolation trophy in the Pacific Tournament. They defeated Santa Monica for the first time in Basketball. The game went into overtime with the Tartars coming out on top 49-42. That was the second straight overtime victory for the Tartar five. The week before, the squad had beaten Leuzinger 63-61 in double overtime sudden death. Gene Crenshaw with his tip'ins, and deadly jump shots from around the free throw line scored 41 points to break the school record of 36 held by Richard Ruffle, all CIF first string last year. Gene Crenshaw third in Bay League Scoring was voted to the all Bay-league first team and Ray Vanderpool, half of the "double trouble team," was named to the third team. With Gerald Sherburne returning from this year's squad along with Billy Williams, Ron Veres, John Sandstrom, all who showed Great promise on this years V. squad, we look forward to a Bay League Contender next year. 451 Q Gene it " 4, Y V, Phi I gf KP-.iii M - " 1 53, l Dale - 6 A' f if . X V, if 'X il i -'X , 1 W I Z -G I li 'v., Russ I x X , Ray Vanderpool, Tartar forward, is shown here taking a jump shot. His jump shot ability was respected throughout the league and Ray landed a 3rd team posi- tion on the All Bay League squad. Russ Vanderpool was one of the top rebounders in the league for the Tartars this season, He is shown here getting off a jump shot despite the efforts of Phil Herman 1223. Ted Hayes C230 tries to avoid fouling Russ. Long and short end of it! Phil Scholl, one of the smallest players in the Bay League standing 5 feet, 8 in. is pictured here with Russ Vanderpool, one of the tallest players in the league and the team's top rebounder. Gene Crenshaw, Tartar high scorer this season, is shown here going up for two points against Redondo. The Seahawks won S2-40. Crenshaw, after making two pre-season all tournament teams, went on to challenge Ingle- wo0d's Gary Cunningham for the league high-scoring honors, Crenshaw broke the school scoring record by hitting for 41 points against Leuz- inger. Gene was named to the all Bay League first team this year, W 4 I 7 611044 Coach Marty Pelka is flanked by the "Double-Trouble" twins, Ray and Russ Vanderpool. THS 57 47 29 52 46 56 56 49 48 43 46 57 52 44 58 61 32 46 59 50 65 49 54 40 , Newport Centennial 62 Hawthorne . . 74 . Loyola . . 59 El Segundo . . 58 . Leuzinger . . . 53 . Sierra . . 25 . L.B. Poly . . . 51 El Segundo . . 44 L. B, Wfilson . . 61 . Serra . . . 44 . Alhambra . . . 43 , Ventura . . . 51 Beverly Hills . . 57 Mira Costa . , 54 . Leuzinger , . . 42 Santa Monica . . 59 . Redondo . . . 55 . Inglewood . . . 46 Mira Costa . . 64 . Leuzinger . . . 63 Santa Monica . . 44 . Redondo . . . 78 . Inglewood . . . S0 i flwlallfl 'A gf? if I If 1. fa? P ' I Q ,V ix! JJ K "-.V n we I I tl Dale Mead, Tartars talented floor man and winner of the All American Blanket Award, was largely responsible for the te:1m's suc- cess this year. THS oPP. ss 34 . . . Newport . . . . 36 . . Centennial . . 54 40 . . El Segundo . . 54 38 . . LB. Wfilson . . 25 39 . . . Serra . . . 32 53 . . Mira Costa . . Sl 22 . . . Leuzinger . . . 28 26 . . Santa Monica . . 33 -10 . . . Redondo . . . 52 50 . . Inglewood . . 35 50 . . Mira Costa . . 4-i 44 . . . Leuzinger . . . -19 41 . , Santa Monica . . 49 24 .... Redondo . . . 40 26 . . . Inglewood . . 25 Billy Williams, Tartar guard, takes a jump shot here in the JV game with Redondo. The Seahawks won the game 52-40 played A A in the THS gym. Tieing for fifth place in Bay League competition with a record of 2-8, the jV's, next year's Varsity prospects, gained much needed experience. The jV,s were paced by the height of john Sandstrom and one of the best back- court combinations in the league, guards Ronnie Veres, and Billy Williams. They ended the season with an overall record of 6 victories against 9 defeats. The Junior Varsity was coached by Marty Pelka. ,iii Left to right: Coach Marty Pelka, Mike McCusker, Vernon Davis, Ken Robertson, Phil juvet, A john Sandstrom, Bobby Church, Ronnie Veres, Billy Willianws, Mgr. Tom Haase. Q fx grade ,ww 115 Gathered around the coach for a skull session are Bob Weister, jim Carter, Pat Walker, Tom Sass, Don Dobrick, Tom Richardson, Coach Boerger, Howard Taylor, Vic Masaki, Russ Roberts, Terry Taylor, Pete Mitchell, Robert Noone, Cliff Weimer, members of the Cees. ff K " ff 0 f' gamma The Cees had a record this year of 9-9. In Bay League competition they had a record of 4-6. The team was led by Steve Parker, Vic Masaki, Tom Sass, Tom Richardson. The 'Bees' finished the season with a record of 9-10. In Bay League competition they had a record of 3-7. The Bees won 8 straight games this season before being stopped by Leuzinger. The Bees were led by Jim Hester, Bill Schipper, Tom Ojard, Bill Roberts, Bill Reinart, The Bees and Cees were coached by Will Boerger. UC" Swwliamd THS OPP 20 . . , Newport . . . 43 20 . . Culver City . . 21 27 . . Bell Gardens . . 20 36 . . El Segundo . . 27 39 . . L.B. Wilson . . 46 46 ..., Serra .... 21 37 . . N. Torrance . . 31 21 . . . Lennox . . . 19 52 . . Mira Costa . . 27 . Leuzinger . . . 45 . . Santa Monica . . 38 49 37.. 24 36 . . . Redondo . . . 39 . . Inglewood . . 37 46 . . Mira Costa . . 26 33 . . . Leuzinger . . . 30 25 . , Santa Monica . . 27 26 . . . Redondo . . . 44 33 . . Inglewood . . 41 HK" Swwlwwl THS 37 . . . Newport . . . 44 OPP. 41 . . Centennial . . 49 34 . . Culver City . . 54 55 . . Bell Gardens . . 54 63 - . El Segundo . . 21 52 . . L. B. Wilson . . 43 65 . . . Serra . . . 27 58 . . N. Torrance , . 39 45 . . . Lennox . . . 42 51 , . Mira Costa . . 33 47 . . . Leuzinger . . . 48 44 . . Santa Monica . . 53 45 . . , Redondo . . . 49 28 . . Inglewood . . 33 61 . . Mira Costa . , 36 53 . . . Leuzinger . . . 44 30 . . Santa Monica . . 43 41 . . .Redondo. . . 51 31 . . Inglewood . . 61 FRONT ROW: Tom ojafd, Jim Hester, Bill Roberts, Bill Schipper, Bill Rienart, Coach Boer- ger. BACK ROW: Butch Cowan, Kay Kawada, Roxy Richards, Jim Armstrong, Mike Walker, Milt Bowden, Bobby jones, Bill Colburn. . 1 ,wr-ww:-1v f- f ' vmmmcv- Y-an-111114. I ww: -zwmnnvag-f lqqqymnnwhnmm-mm 2: 4' 10' 1 I wmm""""Nln my 4 W' the 'W-W-tL.s,-..,,,, f , . A4 y "X Showing form that made him one of the top hurdlers in the league, ButCh White readies himself to clear another hurdle on way to victory. The senior spiker was one of the top all-around trackmen on this year's team, competing in three dif- ferent events. Var. "B" "C" Culver City .... ,... 5 5 47 12 South High ...,....,... 0 40 38 Torrance ...,..,..... 47 46 39 Inglewood . . . ...,. 81 36 75 Torrance . . . ....... 25 54 15 Banning . . . .,,..,. 671f2 65 60 Torrance ....,,,......, 341f2 30 28 El Segundo . . . . 51 46 18 Torrance .... . . 53 44 50 S 'ffffmcll The 1958 Tartars were hard working and deserve much credit for the unexpectedly good showing they made. Although their dual record was not outstanding, the team showings in Relay, Carnivals and Invita- tionals were excellent. Coach Brubaker at- tributed this to the fine work turned in by such outstanding athletes as Butch White, hurdles, Len Ehlers, distance, and jim Mc- Dougall, pole vault. The other seniors that gave the team its overall strength were Dick Ryon, distance, Kent Bartholic, 440, San- fred Smith, distance, Tom Carter, 880, and Jim Myers, shot put. if Streaking toward the finish line is Tartar Sanfred Smith. . 4' 1 1 ... . , 'L 3' ' gms" C' , 1.51 ' ... ,- I gi- ..,aGfi,.-,:. 11eT3:n7,1 Left to Right: Coach Brubaker, Bill Staff, Sanfred Smith, jim Sena, jim Myers, Bert Raiche Butch XVhite, Len Ehlers, Dick Ryon, Kent Bartholin, Carlos Acosta, Tom Carter, Mgr. jack Rettig. - lm , FRONT ROW: Gary Rice, Ron Crawford, Dave Owens, Eric Beltran, Tony Mavar, Dan Men- dez, Joe Greigo, Paul Goodwin, Mike Tracy, Cliff Weimer, Howard Taylor, Paul XVoodward, Larry Arrasmith, Jim Carter, Kenny Ehlers, Bob Cato, Mgr. TOP ROXW: jerry Cook, Dave DeSerio, Ron Coleman, Ken Smith, Dale Lancaster, Butch Cowan, Charles johnson, john Gable, Dave jones, Manford Mainer, Dennis Hansen, Howard Barber, jack Ravynsley, Bill McDonald, Dennis McMaster. NOT PICTURED: Jim Hester, Gary Huffman, Frank Corsentino, Tom Hood, Jerry Goins, Duane Wyrick, Bob Wfeister, Tom Sloat, Mike Sargent. Ll Tw-dc The Tartar track team participated in twelve meets this year, including three Relays. Posting a respect- able dual-meet record, the team also had several good Relay showings. With several outstanding event men, the Tartars placed nine in the Bay League Finals. In the only home meet of the year, Dennis Hansen is shown crossing the finish line after a gruelling 880 race. Manford Mainer breaking the tape for a win in the 100 yard dash. R V. .x .' . 'f' , wigs' rfiiyakty-,, V v 3 331-41141 , 4 'fs 4 ft -,gr ' ala" ' V-"Sei, 'Q ,i'..as-' 4' -,uf ' F Q1 an: n ..,g3w-L. ,. . Coach Howard Brubaker j -L I . I""5" I IW KNEELING: Larry Rose, Tim Watkins, Tom Richardson, Terry Taylor, Gary Pfingston, jim Armstrong. STANDING: Coach Boerger, Ken Pevic, Ron Veres, Lee Day, Ray Vanderpool, Gene Crenshaw, Russ Vanderpool, Paul Moir. M4417 Ewwladf This year's varsity has shown great potential and although their season is not completed we know they are going to finish high in the standings. Their record at the time of printing is 5-4. The Tar- tars have possibly the steadiest pitching staff in the league in senior Paul Moir, junior Ron Veres, and sophomore Tom Richardson. This season the coach had ten returning lettermen. The captain for the year was Gary Pfingston, one of the best outlielders in the league, Gary was on the 2nd team All-Bay League last year and Paul Moir, the curve baller who hurled a no-hitter last season, was named to the 2nd team also. Paul Moir, right handed curve ball artist, is pictured below delivering, Paul has been pitch- ing real good ball so far this season. He became the second pitcher to defeat the Santa Mon- ica Vikings for Tl-IS. He pitched a 5-hitter against them and beat them 3-1. Lwfm Bat. Ave. Russ Vanderpool-Shortstop Fielding pct. Gene Crenshaw-First base RBI's Gene Crenshaw-First base Strikeouts, Paul Moir-Pitcher Gene Crenshaw, the Tartar's tal- ented fielding first baseman, is shown here going up for the throw to get a Santa Monica man J ,RI X 41" L- , "I v -1? www 'J Ronnie Veres pitcher-outfield f if vu, t Xf T ,gy-.mg Coach Will Boerger in his first year here at Torrance High. W 7 I THS 2 4 O 3 3 0 3 1 1 4 1 3 6 2 f 1 Q CW 3 Russell vandefpool shortstop 3 1 7 l 1 4 0 Culver City . St. john Vianney Beverly Hills . . Narbonne . . Serra . . 5'Redondo . i3Santa Monica . gMira Costa , . Baldwin Park . b?Leuzinger . . tglnglewood . . :i'Redondo . . 5FSanta Monica . . ?Mira Costa . . 'iieuzinger . . 'klnglewood . . '?Redondo . . 'l'Santa Monica . . 'FMira Costa . . WLeuzinger . . Ylnglewood . H'Bay League games ,mr nga, OPP. . 1 . 1 . 2 .15 - 3 . 4 . l . 6 . 0 . 0 . 7 . O . 1 . 6 . 9 - 3 4 3 . 6 . 7 - 3 . 18 We ,I l 1,5 'M " ,f-,..-.M , Ray Vanclerpool catcher Gary Pfingston outfield , I 1l'9 V! N , Ki- L ,r , . gm.. 3 C 4 N W N -1 I I I THS Z 5 . . 'W 1 - , A 0 , 6 . ig . ,K . Coach Marty Pelka, this 3 . year's junior Varsity baseball '4 1 - coach, is pictured here. Coach ' 9 . Pelka is in his first year at ' 10 - THS. if' Beverly Hills Narbonne . Serra . . Redondo . Santa Monica Mira Costa Leuzinger Inglewood , Redondo . Santa Monica Mira Costa Leuzinger Inglewood wuioa ' This year's junior Varsity baseball team has had a good season, winning 8, losing 3, tieing 1 and at the time of printing they had 1 game left to play in Bay League competition. Their record in Bay League is now 7-2. OPP . 0 1 6 O 8 0 7 O 0 2 1 . 9 i11 FRONT ROW: Mgr. John Whittacre, Pete Mitchell, Tony Carillo, Eleazar Ybarra, joe Mont- gomery, Frank Grajeda, Tom Kling, Steve Parker, Tom Holdsworth, Tom Ojard, Mgr. Bob Wells. TOP ROW: Lynn Keller, Don Latham, Rick Boucher, Leroy Holdsworth, Tim Smith, Bill Reinart, Norman Malloy, Pat Stewart, Bill Roberts. The most valuable player for the year was Eleazar Ybarra, and the captain was joe Montgomery. Cllofu 0 A Q' x ' A 'fvn,. jim Armstrong, Tartar's brilliant soph., is shown Ronnie Veres is shown here trying to tag a Mira Costa player in a crucial play at home plate, The runner was safe and paved the way for 2 more runs. The game went 8 innings before Mira Vista scored the 5 runs to break up the game. The Tartars not giving up, loaded the bases in their half of the inning but then failed to score. In the background is catcher Ray Van- derpool. 0,111 .. 75.9, -,:- .5 'if ff here sliding into first base. Armstrong's near hit ended the game with Mira Costa, with the Mus- tangs winning by 6-5 count. First baseman is Dave Roberts. Tom Richardson, Soph. southpaw, is pictured here throw- Gary Pfingston, Tartar captain, is pictured here ing his neat 2-hitter against Redondo. The batter here is going down the line to first base. However, on Gary Evans, Seahawk Center Fielder, being struck out by this play Gary was thrown out by the Mustangs. Richardson. The catcher is Ray Vanderpool and upper left is Gary Pfingston. Behind Tommy is Russ Vanderpool, the X. Tartar's won the game 6-0. .. 14.4 -, fy, 4 'MM 'V .., ---............. ..... ell. E?-f " T' A' .H." nw... ..'----,..,,,, . . ., ......,.,...., r .-', ,a .----un-gg lilldtlg n-anvil ,pf-V A X ', 'j..- K ",.' g , fd, -, U.-',,4-fl -1--.kv pw rp J, an .. A . 'F' V ' -. . L f A G., 'L , -1 I' ,xg ., ta g .. 5, . tial- fs ff F m f -5-U Xlziiflifg 5' friggin 'I N, E 2 122 f.,,- 2 wiafef, 1' i t i George Mayer THS 1 . . . Redondo . 0 . . Santa Monica . 0 . . Mira Costa . 7 . . Leuzinger . 0 . . Inglewood . 3 . . Redondo . 0 . . Santa Monica . 2 . . Mira Costa . 3 . . Leuzinger . OPP. . 8 9 . 9 2 . 9 . 6 . 9 . 7 . 6 ,,. '43 21195, ffgffgsat ffjfebgf' 1. ,WA , , ,151 - fm 1449 V '30 I J Q jim Stanridge 1. , Charlie Sietz ' I captain The Tartar tennis team had ten matches in bay league com- petitiong however, only nine were completed at the time the annual went to print. Although having a losing year on record the team showed it had been well coached. The team was coached by Dick Turner who looks forward to next season when he will have a good selection of experienced lettermen on hand from this year's squad. -', 4 65? KNEELING-VARSITY: Larry Seitz, Bobby Church, Max Benton, George Mayer, Charlie Seitz, jim Stanridge, Milt Bowden, Bob Mainer, john Bentwood, jUNIOR VARSITY: Coach Turner, Bill Mclean, Harold Maestri, Gary Burgner, Tom Sass, Rusty Roberts, phil CHM" 7 . X 3 fl ai S X Steve Sherry 1 l Dave Goodrow Jef' Steve Smith Doug This year's Tartar golf team defended their Bay League championship against the field of six schools that compete in the league. With three returning letter- men to head the list of linksters, Coach jim Wilson has another potential cham- pionship squad. Mills , . N I ,1 , W M K x, , ff' ' ,ff Bruce Bielefelt Q I 0 ,aa X -., Coach jim XVilson Terry Murphy gin if , o f X 4 , l 3 . K 1 8-S L Wav Members of the THS cross country CIF championship team are FRONT ROW: joe Gilstrap, Len Ehlers, Dennis Hansen, Sanfred Smith. TOP ROW: Tom Carter, Terry Murphy, Dick Ryon. ww Oo C.l.F. This year's cross country team won for THS its first CIE championship team tro- phy in any sport. The team, after finish- ing 2nd in Bay League, went on to cap- ture the small schools title Qunder 1500 enrollmentj. The only school to defeat the Tartars was Mira Costa in a dual meet and in Bay League where the Mus- tangs linished on top of the league. Making up the junior Varsity and 'Bee' cross country teams were Robert Rod- riquez, Kenny Smith, Frank Corsentino, Ken Ehlers, Kent Bartholic, Roger Baker, Richard Cucci, Lloyd Daniels, jim Gil- strap, Mike Duerhing, Ron Hall, Allan Hodgert, Charles Johnson, Leonard Las- key, Barry McHugh, Charles Sherfey, Tom Smith, Gary Schmidt, Dave Stillwell, jack Tippin. 124 Running practice laps warming up are left to right: joe Gilstrap, Len Ehlers, and Sanfred Smith. . X X K. I -' mf' 1 1 4 1' ,, 1 1 g e . , . cf Coach jim Wilstun pictured here. He is the coach who guided the THS var- sity to their first CIF championship. 51 1 THS OPP. 37 . . . Culver City . . , 15 21 . . . N. Torrance . . 30 45 . . S. Torrance . . 5 8 . . . Vifhittier . . . 42 10 . . . Redondo . . . 36 8 . . Leuzinger . , 41 5 . . Mira Costa . . 40 26 . . Inglewood . . 17 45 . . . Harvard . . . 5 3 . . . Redondo . . . 41 33 . . Inglewood . . 15 11 . . , Leuzinger , . , 57 0 . . Mira Costa . . 44 I Although the Tartar mat team finished low in Bay League, they had several individual winners in the league tournament, and the team went on to record a surprisingly high CIF rat- ing, 16th. With Steve Buckalew, wrestling in the 165 pound class winning a 3rd in CIF and a second in Bay League to lead the team. Other high finishers were Carl Wood, 95 pounder who took third in league, as did Stuart Buckalew and Frank Endres, 127 and 138 pounders, respectively. In tour- nament matches, Dennis McMaster won second at the El Camino Invitational, and Adolph Duran, Sam Hirose, and Dick Rice finished first, first, and second, respectively in the Bay League Novice Tourney. Team Captain was Steve Bucka- lew. K -. 9 fr Avg ' Cf'-QCVL ftaaf Wfrestling coach Bill Hoag tutored the Tar- tar matmen for the second straight year. Under his guidance the team showed a tight- ing will to win. Tom McMaster is shown here in a match with North High foe. FRONT ROW: Sam Hirose, Dave Fiorelli, Tom McMaster, Dennis McMaster, Dick Rice, Bill Tilley, Steve Buckalew, Frank Iindres, Stuart Buckalew. TOP ROW: Carl Wood, Richard Augenstein, Dave Woodward, Dave Nelson, Gerald Goins, Roger Baker, Larry Miller, Eric Hansen, Eric Beltran. il 55 'bf' .. .,. . l .V . ,gfw 6' B s la -llt h-. 2 2 f 1 ' 1 1 1 . 5' I "s"' g , .7 1 i 5 1 3, S . 4 11 7 .,, ,I ' ii I 1 ,-,,.' I t , I K . M 2 Zngii ,V l .V it vili I- riugdg 1' A I M I if 1 K Q W ' i vi n qi I Yi 2, N' -, ,.,, n ,, 1-f ' s I ' I K 1 'Q T' Y '- - . X U M ' I V I 1 Qi ' ' A t l fi . ip F , 1 I ,y:L,,a : f..-.H -n .- V. -- - -- '3i.:jL- ,,t V ,f,.x , Z 1 'ff'-f"" if HMM' Am ' ' -S 4 .Xlqf 4A I , The purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to further -..-ss A, L .,., f ' .Q E 29 3 interest in athletics among girls, to foster a spirit of loyalty A ly ',,,t z , ii' and cooperation toward their school and one another, to Q 1 I , fl-V p R" promote a higher mental and physical efficiency among the pl 5 . A 'P " 7 girls of the high school, and to instruct them in the aims fp ,. f , ,Q t and ideals of the National Section for Girls, and Women's r ' 'A 1 l X athletics. E ll 9 f l The G.A.A. is a member of the Inter-Club Council and is . f . 4 represented in the student government. it Q t G.A.A. Officers are elected twice each year on the basis A of citizenship, scholarship, and majority vote of the club. N Membership is open to all girls who have a passing grade p in Physical Education and maintain high standards of citizenship. Activities consist of team sports such as basket- HSFC We See the G-A-A. 10 ball, volleyball, softball and speed-away, while individual act-lon at ,a Volleyball Play' sports include badminton, tennis, ping pong and archery. day. Setting up the ball, which soon became a good . , point, is Verna Christoffer- 1, son. Looking on and waiting V ity.. ,V', teammates. 1, ' ,.,, ., .. . ' ,, 54 t ' ww .,,- La .1 A ' j 1- ,A 4 f " .. g, Q ,,f ,, , . i?' .,.,.g 't t, f .-.. . 'If ,,1V12.,E:.f13.:11,,,i:1.., -5 ,l p Y I g fl l r , . I f . E. .. . . . . 11 ,471-1.-1 -,', .- .yat.:.:y4n-: V' . 1.21:-1.4,,-.-,, 1 A.,-1.1 ,,.,,, .af W ., ,. f - f V fa f no 5 r. . -iie " Q 4 4 1.1: 1 - +5 ..,, 1.31 1 f..vi 11121-" -- ' ' 2, ',-M ff' 15.-My fifri , ' . ,..,. A ' ' f-. . ' ,tg .A,5,,,5t?igf,,ft,,., ,....,,,., , , ,,,,! , ,, ml V ivsy , 1 . f t ff - f l Here's the G.A.A.'s great powderpuff team who led our school to another great victory. Playing on the great team are front row: Anita Wfood, Madlyn Hensley, Ginnie Sanclstrom, Diane Harkleroad, Verna Christofferson, and Gale Ashton. Back row: Carole Robinson, Audry Nichsich, Linda Shortes, Linda Gilbert, Rachael Hogan, Darlene Suedmeycr, and Ruth McCune. ...- .T.. , G.A.A. officers are: Gayle Ashton, Presidentg Diane Harklcroad, Vice Presidentg Sally Mason, 'I26 Secretary: Pat Travis, Treasurer: jerry Brunner, Recording Secretary: Anita Wfood, Historian: Janice jackson, Sharon Gregory, and Linda Gilbert, Sports Nlanagersg Terry Neldon, Diane Wfayt, and Susan Saari. Yell Leaders. J ,A U9 -1i"'Dg l 'A,V A X 'E y ' 5 ,.,, 4 - f 'f f 4 ---74 i ,.s ,ff MX .V milk- ,FM1 it - Here we see all the new G.A.A. officers being sworn into their offices at the G.A.A. Mother-Daughter Banquet. Some of the G.A.A. girls are having lots of fun practicing softball for the next playday. 3, Q Margie Bartlett seems to be enjoying herself in H friendly game of Badminton. Some of the new G,A.A. members are being initiated into the Club. lt always seems to be a lot of fun for both old and new members. Pat Anderson returns a fast ball in a G.A.A. game of tennis. 3 , .,. MILK 'X arngtion 1 ,. s X gm fl' I 'J :fx ' if 'Nic L' f-X 'l IAA-'A EQ'N.4gx,li- ' W x Xie U :L Syd J xr Qi, VVIKX ,L g ,M W X VQH V L1 L Vikki' 'V- wir' ' i . .. x sa N fd i, y , al-nation wif' ffl- Q il 5 1 r , Q X lc: c :AM aa, fag 'UD AQ. L V i l I f li!"-1 ff N 1 7 Y lov-I . lrxo 5 arnation Cjmpan Fresh Milk and Ice Cream Division 4130 Cherry Avenue Long Beach, California GArfield 7-7981 QUALITY CLEANERS 17227 So. Crenshaw Blvd. Torrance DA 9-5124 Acknowledgments 'ir CROTTY PHOTOGRAPHY 1648 Cabrillo Ave., Torrance i' BILL ROBISON PHOTOS Torrance, California 123 'A' TORRANCE HERALD BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '58 H. E. Rudd Construction Company 2401 Carson Street, Torrance Schwartz Men's Store 1505 Cabrillo Avenue, Torrance Dr. Robert Biener, M.D. Miller Hardware and Paint 14608 Crenshaw Blvd., Gardena Dr. Allen Hofferber Robert Thompson, D.D.D.S. Dr. Robert R. Isaacs, Optometrist L. E. Stephenson 2808 W. 182nd St., Torrance Arthurs Lumber and Building Materials 20901 Hawthorne Avenue Torrance, Calif. Handicrafters, Hobby House 5550 Redondo Beach Blvd. Torrance, Calif. Moore of California 1641 North Allesandro St. Los Angeles, Calif. Collegiate Cap and Gown Co. 1634 North Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles THE NATIONAL SUPPLY COMPANY Q A T I O 'O 'ky worldlv largest manufacturer and distributor of oil field machinery and equipment EEE! " P U5 I D- G 2 P 'mf' "1 .K ' :QV f-'Qf"3ge'g, 7- Q ,V J -ljeg,-.'Zl --N :..f,g' ' may-' I, ao QV' -'f ' , 5'e - if ' I - Wflrzf-al. 4 ff' fm-.'lPfr13x:, af f Q: rua. 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C, ,.., ' 4" 1' - , f , gg , f ' V A, -' , .245 Schools for Nearly Half a Century I if' -Q, ,AIV Z L u' ii Q ,f If Q1 'i ' ' Q as f-Nfl f f P P . my ff V, , ' if "Since 1912-A Good A .f " l.l1i?1.f1.QQQ.' ,ff w if, w .rl 4 . .J Place to Wforku For Safely and Healtlv Drink Mille from ERB RG DAIRY 2905 W. 174th St. 18158 Crenshaw Blvd. Torrance, Calif. DA. 9-1191 129 3922: S tm-: r E921 l qgsvi X QP' 1-,Y -fi Compliments and Best Wishes to the class of 1958 from PARRISH STATION ERS 1423 Marcelina Ave. Torrance, California FAirfaX 8-6074 I W t ego drqr ,iri C A AA,, evv... aeaYa.aYa... - Maw- aaraa ---W-M-i-M-M- 130 2 NHYSVZQES? M O D E R N o f f:2B U 2 r i fi H f my 1 ' 2 M e 'aaaa'r X or as J + F I l il 2 V G' o r he 5 ' 72 l :'g,w . l ai o E 2 .c Tf" ' MAY fr' M I Refrigerated Delivery -,,,..... Lightweight plastic cases Convenient for schools Economical Packaging 2030 . Western Ave. Torrance, California FAirfax 8-2526 PWM? QL nrsei Enjoy Delicious Specialties from our exciting new Supper Menu Pluslnnurse 1700 South Pacific Coast Highway Redondo Beach, California IN TORRANCE Serving .ilargor .fdrea WE DELIVER FUNERAL DESIGNS .if coRsAGEs r :fs f WEDDING -ff-2.'j' I ARRANGEMENTS .pg POTTED PLANTS 5 1 , Q H '19 . Flowers I gf Telegrcnphed E? rfmbgfmt QR, Anywhere" ' I 1 Q, FTD MEMBER ,J , ' R FAlrfax 8-2417 EVENINGS CALL DAvis 4-1980 gflelfl! garden jforidf 1270 SARTORI AVE. TORRANCE .,,. 1 ,faq ,1,,11 'Q i'i f . , . ,,, 7! ff 56, 1 , : A32 A ,., X ' r ll -1 '1 5 " R , ,.., .1 . - 3 X . . , 1 A 2 all , ' 1 . '11 nal 5, ' I ,, ' 7 41 G, S ' ' .'f'1?'53'1I D, f4f-..DA?ff. .1.,af?5:1:1:.:1I5,.z2t?5gf5zA2e -'-' -11-'42-+11 L.. . f -f ffm,-0-1-P: 1144112 w QUINN'S DAIRY FARM 4016 Del Amo Torrance, California FR 2-6803 BORDER MARKET, INC. 16920 South Prairie Torrance-California 131 Z ' Q 5 1110839 fl- ig' 02, 2 FOOD ,D 2,2 -2 -Eg-31326: Crenshaw Blx . EC, W .VWQ ,V W Q' film .NWN-K HAFNEIZFS BAKERY "Decorated Cakes for All Occasions" 1341 E1 Prado, Torrance, Calif. FA 8-1735 Xb-g3 kf1'0rranCe, DAw r.f"!3-"V L ' 'Eb Q69 Z2 ,ki-ivxx 1 Lean ! '1Y6Z!i Jai, ,925 4 5 f' V 6 f . T13 ip, 1 3220 Sw cf ' 542 Q' 9 6 55 E., 1, 7,71 2- 6 xx, Q0-f .Q ,,?"' x X ik -a 4 . ea1'5'prr, g estperience 'J '7 1 4 9" , ' A fi 9 6' one F rg jdjkiigest ' 7 1 int sh s in t '!-ig-Ikagor Kggafyy mj'ir,- Q J: 3 krfdf A -If i I gig 335254 EREPASX TINQ F f Milli 5 NIONO-QH fn nf 'J A x I F75 KJ? QA I ' ' '- "1 W rxx- V! 22 QX4 933 ete lm Kfgftzon gwvlw 2 P rick? ' g Amzounijtgfgg 1' Tw' 4 -A 5, 'rvfmwijg 3, 2 229202 Q mga +22 Z G G 1iSMALI?w" govaaxj xbfirv 'L V L 'pw 2, fa? LE ELQLERESQQSE , KZ.:-J 'Szig'P . "3 Z3 3 gl, gxg rving tgbgijhgifgarbo cajeai-V32 M31 'Ji Torgg 'al' ov L V dxf + fi ' 1 1 fr an ig if 132 Qld ZL 2 qgbyg X ff VEL S FORD 1420 CABRILLO AVE. FA 3-5014 TORRANCE, CALIF. 7 '7i:,-YI-1, -avr' ., f Tj'-311575 ,jf . f -.im "wT,g.iIf, -325,43 Vi ' A- Y 1 , 152' fa A A 11 L 5 'F-Q E 1 ' Y I 1, , eq- 1, Lf ffm? .a ly 1 i V g all D, Fwy? ' .l N 2,-T.:-li Q Cozzgrafulatiorzs to the class of 1958 HEATH ESCROW C0 ' HOWARDS JEWELERS 24450 S. Hawthorne 1524 Cravens Walteria, Calif. Torrance, Calif. 1505 CABRILLO FR 5-8558 FA 8.8355 TORRANCE CALIFORNIA d .wgvtdwfa WW' C,, 5 aaaa FC4a CAFC 5a5 5 5 5 A J J Compliments of Variety Merclaandise 1275 SARTORI FA 8.6963 1327 EL PRADO 1701 101 HIGHXVAY Torrance, California TORRAN CE HARBOR CITY FA 8-7244 DA 6-5830 5' I FAirfax 8-4565 -- Y - W I . , EE pm-N1-g..11nnowAnE 22236 PALOS VERDES BOULEVARD TORRANCE. CALIFORNIA 1319 SARTORI AVE. TREASURE TQNES TORRANCE, CALIF' The finest in interior and exterior paints . , Q f f fl Ai ,1,, ' il 'A ,vial C, , my 7 If A if lu P it Y 11 Jflly J ,Ji api. A 6' Complimenfsvof M ,li i V I Q I of of 1 E L E 6, pp 1 I1f1Y,LoR HUGGINS ? f7 1 I ,i I 3 W i Q! L .1 V! lffizfr' 7 , l,,eg,FURN1TU13R SHOP 'LU' ., ' ,W if M 4 J Q 1 1 - if IPM T RENTALS F411 L p fl W51762 Cagon Sr. 1 EQU EN I " lil' af' ,Cla 11114 "TOrrZn,gg Cawfggli p U 101 at Hawthorne Lomita Blvd. at Crenshaw f' ff 1 if 1 .5 ,f an 1 wauefia, Calif. Lomita, Calif. AL -,i .Y ' -.4416 ,J 1: . - E-1 HUSSIHS 1 -, 1fA1rfax 8-7026 FR 5-4559 DA 6-7111 VVU ,jl 1 'A' Vaiwffii Ladies' Hairstyling Permanent Wave by Specialist Shrubs Tropical Plants Mr Penny Indoor Plants Garden Supplies PENNYS WALTERIA NURSERY fAcross from Clark'sj o 1 uno, wner - , FR 55073 B b KR o FR 5 3345 Hawthorne at Newton Walteria C I ' FR 5-1519 24264 Hawthorne Blvd. ""g"'m "hom from Drs. Eleanor 8: Roger Thill Optometrists Let Us Take Care of Your Clothes Medical-Dental Professional Building 3810 Pacific Coast Highway Tom Jones DA 6-4011 Torrance, California Res. 3020 Wfinlok Telephone FRontier 5-9460 134 Flamingo Shasta Kenskill 'k Butane Service fl j! I . . i' Insurance Service GJ Q 4146 arf? S Flne Fabrlcs 'k Vacation Rentals 11 -ZW ly 'i' Bank Financing L ffl' , . M! " jf Z0 3 dgfgaf 231 Vista Del Mar Mathews Trailer S s L I Hel fo . - N Rmera Vmage Clean Used ers U J B I 1 f A Redondo Beach' Office Pho y n OO' UL' ' 2 ssie . TB? ! California 2142 Pacific Ccft' ' way, mit' " lili-L!U6LlZ Ajdl-'55, M bij' ' , c - ' yy pil' - MK at QW if M E W lc 15 , Y- , M .1 X f 1 N 'J - ' I fy L' ' 04' QQ U 1 MJ ' Fulle I tg Q!! I efffme ' W7 , U . n liomita serving Gard T bt, sig 5,1 Q Roll g Hillls - Palos Verde , I N A as I, , , ance 5h0P5 X NW LUL Ulf My dj! WOW Ent' o re ' 1 ' ' . Lf ' HEQF I af U ' T tl A W CR 1 H ,W 4 ffl any 1- Nufse af I jrgwfk L' .fin I if I Sp zing in lgohical iage 0 Plants. 0 Trees ' K Sh I 0 s t us if ' u have any planting problem. - ll , ,V erti' 0 In 'cides ' Garden Equipment 1652 JL ' Q4 Wy' , Pl' fb OPEN SE EN lallfs A XVEEK FREE DELIVERY R d d h C ' J fi ' C ON O 7 U13 my 2457 W. Lo a Blvd., Lomita DA 6-7130 Af :N I , L 1, L l A A 1 F Congratulations to the Class of 1958 Palos Verdes View Dairy from Milk - Bread - Eggs - Ice Cream TORRANCE BOOTERY Cash and Carry 1335 El Prado Torrance California 22845 Hawthorne Blvd. FR 5-8615 , I The Store of Teenage Styles Compliments of CYCLE Sz SPORTS SHOP Rods - Reels - Guns - Tackle Repairing of All Kinds , , 3801 Torrance Blvd. Mercury Motors - Schwinn Bicycles u . Locks and Keys Torrance, California Paul and Ben Smith 1421 Marcelina Ave. OPU1 24 Hours Owners FA 8-6912 135 Paramount Builders Supply and Nursery Complete Line of Nursery and Builders' Supplies RENTALS 5401 Torrange Blvd. FR 4-5428 Torrance, California Compliments of STAR FURNITURE CQIVIPANY 2103 Torrance Blvd. FA 8-1247 Torrance: California Cornplirnenis of DINC HOW RESTAURANT 1652 Cabrillo Ave. Torrance FAirfax 8-2001 STRUIVIQS DEPARTMENT STORE "The Friendly Store of Torrance" 1261 Sartori Ave., Torrance FA 8-0587 FA 8-9844 Congratulations from the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Across from the High School In the Heart of Torrance Rev. Morgan Gates, Pastor f Sunday School f Youth Fellou ship if Youth 81 Adult Choirs if Mid Week Program if Camps if A Church for You 2118 W. Carson FA 8-5030 Compliments of LAWSONS IEWELERS 1517 El Prado 1925 Hawthorne Torrance Shopping Center FA 8-4515 South Bay CINA,S SNACK BAR HICCINUS I CLARK'S MARKET Crenshaw and Compton Gardena, California 136 BRICK AND TILE 2217 W.174rh Sr. TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA DA 4-2321 -:"4 " " ' ' , f-5, ff A I ,QQ A'? ' J , My 7 1 I 7,71- ff Q75 kwa! QP k U ffyffwf w WEWW A 5'u55Uf, WWMXQ W agp . W W W M OP? 2filWff W 'W Qffiwfwfwmffb wjf ' my W fy ' WT W W W f N r Tl? rf? , M fggpoawypvp yy , jg WA, wi 1 , 1 ',n"? 1 , ai If-smfxu,f,weM. . as fx Q 1 va. E Robert White ' 1-32'-WW M93313.11TWT'Qfi'L':'l3"p'f!?6:?f?i? f'f':'I'f'f ,,,A, My 1112 W DOIOFBS St, Welmungton, CA 90744-1918 ak- Q 6.0 if VE .3 9 gr Y A' vf Q, m..8fJ5 -L 'va A Q f. ,tg W., AJ


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