Torrance High School - Torch Yearbook (Torrance, CA)
- Class of 1960
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The various activities, curricular and extra-curricular, bring common experiences
to all students, and individual experiences to each student. All of these activi-
ties are set to correspond with a certain time. Because the instinct tor time is
always present, we plan these activities, then remember them, in relation to
a certain hour, day, month, or year.
When we conclude our high school careers, each ot us will look back at
our many experiences, and tor each ot us they will mean something ditterent.
Our accomplishments and failures will be held in our memory, and will be
appraised and enioyed tor their complete picture ot the time we have spent.
To recall and record the moments ot the school year T959-T960 tor the stu-
dents who have lived them, and to make the theme ot Time the basis tor
remembering these moments, the T960 TORCH synchronizes itself to the hearts
and minds ot the Torrance High School student body.
A wondert-ul stream is the River Time,
As it runs through the realm ot Tears, '
With a taultless rhythm, and a musical rhyme,
And a broader sweep, and a surge sublime,
As it blends with the Ocean of Years.
. B. F, Taylor
One of The locol businessmen, who hos done mgiedgcy,
service over The yecirs for The sTudenTs of llorifqnceg
High School, is Mr. Williom CroTTy. He owns
operoTes o phoTogrophy sTuolio in downTovvn Job
rcince. For severolryeors, Mr. CroTTy hos Token The
seniors picTures Tor The groioluoTing clcisses of Tor-
rcince High, His relenTless efforrs To mc1inTciin QL
superior qualify of work, noT only in The Senior sec-Q
Tion of The yeorbook, buT oilso in The club ond oiThleTicV
groups, hove conTribuTed To The high rc1Tings ThoiT Th?
Torch hos ochieved in yeorbook compeTiTion. 'l
Fully ovvore of Mr. CroTTy's helpful, eTTicienT, ondf
generous services To Torronce High School, onol deff
sirous of moking his service known To more sTug,en'Ts
olncl oTher ciTizens of This comrnuniTy, The 1960 Torch
sToTT grofefully dedicoTes This book To him. ,ff
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Torronce High School being The oldesT ond IongesT estoblished high school in
Torronce hos o fine record To rnciinfoin ond uphold, ond The presenT groduofing
cloiss ond The underclossrnen now in school ore doing on oulsfonding lob of
moinmining Thor record. The Boord of Educofion ond The Cornrnuniry ore very
proud of your occornplishmenfs over The posf yeor.
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You ore stepping out into o world ot wonder ond opportunity toking with you
the knowledge ond skills thot you hove ocguired in your four yeors of high
school. One ot the less obvious but most importont ot these skills is your obility
to organize ond use your time, both leisure ond otherwise, efficiently ond wisely.
As the poet Kipling hos put it, the one who con get the full sixty seconds out of
every minute shows rnoture development, ond is more opt to grosp the oppor-
tunities os they present themselves, thus ensuring his success.
MRS. MARY DEMONET
Secretory to Principal
"lf you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds, worth of distance rwng
Yours is the earth ana' everything thafs in it-
.4nci what is more yozfll be a man, my son."
ADM I N ISTRATORS
MRS. DORTHEA JOHNSON
Secretary to Assistant Principal
of Pupil Personnel
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Assistant Principal of Pupil Personnel
MR, MARCUS T. CALDWELL
Assistant Principal in charge of
MRS. PAT MILES
Secretary to Assistant Principal
MRS. CATHERINE LEPS
MR. HAROLD WIDNEY
MR. JOHN SWAFFORD
MR. GERALD RONAN
Boys' Advisor ,
MRS. BETTY DAWSON
MRS. EVELYN SEXTON
Our well-qualified faculty and administrative staff
have helped Torrance High School to another successful
school year. Working together to run the many offices
of this institution were the ten members of the adminis-
trative staff and their competent colleagues, while the
fifty-five faculty members, eighteen of whom are new to
Torrance High School this year, completed their curricular
and extra-curricular assignments with efficiency.
Among the departments of curriculum taught by our
teachers and run by our administration were the many
academic divisions-mathematics, English, social studies,
foreign languages. Also skillfully taught were home-
making, shop, art, music, business, physical education,
driver education, and driver training.
MRS. WILMA WILLIAMS
MR. GORDON JOHNSTON
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MRS. EDNA GOODROW
MR. CHARLES ARNOLD MR. RICHARD BANNEHR
MR, ROGER AXWORTHY
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Boys' Physical Education
MR. THOMAS BRAY
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MR. JAMES BEEZHOLD
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MR. RICHARD BULLINGTON
MR. CLYDE CHRISTENSEN
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MR. ROGER CURRAN
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MR. WALTER DOUTHWRlGHT
MR. VINCENT DIFIORE
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MRS, MARIE DIEM
MISS SHIRLEY ELLERMAN
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MR. PAUL FOSTER
MRS. REBA GROSCH
Miss MARGARET HENNESSY
MRS. FANNIE GARSHFIELD
MRS. ALICE HAMMOND
MR. WILLIAM HOAG
Boys' Physical Education
MRS. ANNE GRAVES
MRS. MARY HANEY
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MR. JOHN KNAPP
MR. WILLIAM LUDWIG
MR. IRWIN KASTEN
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MISS MARCIA LARSON
MR. ROBERT MCKNIGHT
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MR. LARRY MACARAY
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MRS. JACQUELI NE MARSHALL
Girls' Physical Education
MRS. LOIS OLSEN
MRS. BARBARA PENNER
MR. WESLEY PETERSON
MRS. ELLEN MOHAN
Girls' Physical Education
MRS. RUTH PEARSON
MR. RONALD RUDOLPH
MRS. CHARLENE SANDERS
MR. JOSEPH SARTHOU MR
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MR. ALFRED SMITH
MR. DELMAR SMITH MR. FRANCIS SNYDER MRS. SHIRLEY SQUIRE
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MRS. ORLETA POWERS MISS EMMA JORDAN MR. CLARENCE DITTO
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First semester Student Body President
Mike Walker headed an efficient
council. In addition to its routine
duties such as selling A.S.B. cards
and tickets for sports events, the
first semester council planned and
sponsored many other activities. The
winter formal was one of the most
outstanding activities of the year.
They also sponsored many pep ral-
lies, aud-calls, and noon sock hops.
Bill Tilley assisted as Vice President
and other officers were Susan Saari,
Commissioner of Records, Kimi
Takeuchi, Publicity, Sachi lshihara,
Activities, Judie Sherwood, Finance,
Marcell Cook, Group Control, Linda
Williams, Pep, Roy Yanase, Athletics,
Lynn Keller, Court Judge, Lynne
l-lyde, Girls' League President, Jack
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Student Court Judge
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Singer, Boys' League President, Su
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Freshman Class President
Sophomore Class President
Junior Class President
Senior Class President
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num, Sophomore, and Bob Soniu,
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Junior Class President
Senior Class President
Commissioner of Publicity
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Second semester Student officers did a fine job
of administration, as a whole and individually.
Serving his second semester on Council was
Roy Yanase, this time as Student Body Presi-
dent. Judi Sherwood was a competent Vice
ot Records was Charlotte McComas
was Susan Mathis. Handling various
while Joanne Carr directed activities
Control, with an accent on Clean Cam
both ot them directed the Spring
ease. Serving as Commissioner
while Commissioner ot Finance
Publicity duties were Cherrie Lacy,
that were a great success. Group
Bynum. The iob ot Commissioner ot Athletics was given to Mike Walker,
and Beverly Orend discharged the duties ot Commissioner of Pep.
Boys and Girls' League Presidents were Jim Hensley and Susan Ham-
mack, and the student court was well-represented by Carol Mathlin
as Judge Representation of the tour classes was given to the tour
class Presidents: Linda Sweet, Seniors, Steve Parker, Juniors, Roxanne
Barnard, Sophomores, and Gail Hyde, Freshman. Foreign Exchange
Student Walter Stocker learned even more about student councils this21
semester to take back to his home when he returns.
Ray Bynum, Steve Parker, Bob Mullen, Ronnie Van Dyke, Jim Hensley, Richard Masaki.
Second Semester President
The largest boys' club on campus is Boys' League, which
counts in its membership each and every male student
enrolled at Torrance High, The main goal ot Boys' League
is to promote triendship and service among the boys,
in school and in their community.
Heading the first semester Boys' League Cabinet was
President Jack Singer. Among the activities that he and
his cabinet directed were the early term Faculty Tea,
Freshmen Day on the first day ot school, and the Home-
coming Tea in November.
The Boys' League also sponsored a special aud-call and
co-sponsored the annual Christmas aud-call. Jack's cab-
inet members were Steve Parker, Vice President, Ray
Bynum, Secretary, Bob Mainer, Treasurer, Bill Tilley,
Tartar Knight Captain, Jim Hensley, Senior Representa-
tive, Bob Mullen, Junior Representative, Ronnie Van
Dyke, Sophomore Representative and Richard Masaki,
Jim Hensley was second semester President, with Jim
Pritchard as Vice-President, Richard Steele as Secretary,
and Richard Woodward taking over duties as Treasurer.
Lynn Keller served on the Board as Tartar Knight Captain,
while class representatives were Danny Kirks, Seniors,
Tom Holdsworth, Junior, John Cambon, Sophomore, and
Bob Stout, Freshmen.
Second semester activities were a Spring Dance, held on
March 18, and a shack sale.
Front row: Tom Holdsworth, Richard Steel, Jim Pritchard, Lynn Keller Danny Kirks Back row Steve Parker and Bo
Girls' League President
Left to right:
Left to Right:'Donna Thistle, Carol Porterfield, Flora Watson, Vicky Hippik, Linda Sweet, Barbara Zubovich, Jeanne
This year's Girls' League has been very active. During the first se-
mester they sponsored the annual Christmas aud-call, and the Tartar
Lady aud-call. They also held the semi-annual Hospitality Tea for the
new students. In October the first semester officers attended a
Sectional Conference at Mira Costa High School in which the repre-
sentatives from the schools attending talked about mutual problems
facing Girls' Leagues. After the second semester officers were elected,
the League held an installation dinner in which the new officers were
installed and the past officers received a token of their office. The
second semester officers sponsored the annual slack and pedal-pusher
day and the backwards dance which was, as always, greatly appre-
ciated, but especially this year because of the leap year tradition.
Both semesters' officers did a tremendous iob. Lynne Hyde as the
first term's President, and Susan Hammock, second semester President,
both held up the fine tradition set aside for the Girls' League. Vice
Presidents were Vicki Hippik and Flora Watson, while Secretaries for the
two semesters were Denise Hunter and Pat Piercy. Barbara Zubovich
and Kimi Takeuchi carried out the important duties of Historian-
Reporter. Representatives for first semester were Flora Watson, Seniors,
Joanne lsBell, Juniors, Dognaq Thistle, Sophomorcisg and Jeannie
Sprout, Freshmen. Second semester representatives were Sandy Bailey,
Seniors, Linda Eldridge, Juniors, Sharon Campbell, Sophomores, and
Nora Thornberry, Freshmen.
Gracie Connett, Kathleen Taylor, Sandra Bailey, Flora Watson, Nora Thornberry, Sharon Campbell.
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Front row: Kathleen Taylor, Randy Blair, Gail Hyde, Sharon Campbell. Back row: Tom Megow, Bob Mullen.
Student Court Judge
The Torrance High School Student Court functioned
efficiently this year in its capacity as a representa-
tive court for violators of student laws. When the
Tartar "criminals" were given citations by Tartar
Knights, Tartar Ladies and Varsity Club, they were
ordered to the court to be tried and iudged. Proper
sentences were administered as the Court Judge
and Court Representatives ran the procedure in the
manner prescribed by American Law.
Serving on first semester Court were: Tom Megow
and Kathy Taylor, Senior representatives, Bob Mullen
and Kalegugrossman, Junior representatives, Randy
Bla: aron amploell, Sophomore members,
and Mike Ranases and Gail Hyde, Freshmen mem-
Second semester representatives were Kathleen Tay-
lor and Bill Tilley, Seniors, Bob Mullen and Maxine
lhara, Juniors, Earl Yanase and Sharon Radi, Sopho-
mores, and Bob Soniu and Gayle Schenk, Freshman.
Heading the first semester court was Court Judge
Lynn Keller, while Carol Mathlin was elected to the
top position for the second semester. Both these
Judges represented their respective courts on the
Student Council during their terms of office.
Gayle Schenk, Kathleen Taylor, Bob Mullen, Sharon
Student Court Judge
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America-the land of the
future . . . Since I first heard
of a vast country west of
Europe, my desire became
great to see it.
The purpose of my being
here is not only to have a
good time. The American
Field Service, the organiza-
tion to which I owe the priv-
ilege of spending this year
in America, presumed that
I would try to learn and
understand the customs and
problems of your country.
This will help me to acquire
a close and everlasting
friendship with you.
An American once told me
"You don't have to like us".
I think that any people who
visit another country should
make every effort to like the
people of that country. Just
because many things are
different land the world
would be very dull if they
were notl, this does not
mean you shouldn't like
One of the things in America
I have found to be different
from Europe is the relation
of area. If you travel a hun-
dred miles in Europe, you
have gone a long way. Go-
ing a hundred miles in
America is only taking a
short trip. Another difference
is that in America people
are not ruled by the clock
as much as in Europe. You
take it much easier. Also,
no one worries as much
about what his neighbor
A. F. S. REPRESENTATIVES
Apple Strudel, Viener Schnitzel, apricot Knodels with
powdered sugar II gained I3 pounalsl, dancing under
the beautiful, bright lights of the dances on the Worter
See, swimming and canoeing on the Danube, hiking in
the mountains, and listening to musical concerts are
some of the wonderful things I remember about my two
month visit with Martha Proll and her family in Austria
last summer. After many months of waiting for word
from the American Field Service on which applicant was
to represent Torrance I-Iigh School in a foreign country,
all my hopes and expectations were only matched by
interesting experiences I had.
The American Field Service program, under the direction
of Stephen Gallutto, ma
A.F.S. exchange student Mary Smiley and Foreign Exchange Student
Walter Stocker sit in the senior patio admiring the Tartar campus.
thinks of him, and respect for elders is not as important.
Consequently, relationships between your young people
and adults are closer.
I have found some things that I like less than those in
my country, but over-all, my impression of America is
that I like it very much. I want to thank all the people
who have made my stay so interesting and happy. My
year at Torrance High will be a most memorable one in
my life and I will be proud of it, for not many of my
Qwicc muntrvmen are aranted such a privilege.
de possible my trip to Kloster
neuburg, a town near Vi-
enna. AFS, its purpose be-
ing to promote friendly re-
lations among countries,
sends more than a thousand
students to various countries
of Europe, Asia, Africa, and
South America every sum-
During my "Urlaub" in Klos-
terneuburg with the Proll
family, I tried to become
adiusted to new customs,
ideas and language. I found
that basically, the Austrians
are very much like we A-
mericans, except, perhaps,
that they laugh a little more.
On the boat coming back to
America, I reflected on the
days I had spent and the
people with whom I had
spent them and I realized
that in me, the goal of the
AFS had been reached. I
know that the strong ties
brought about through a
stay with a foreign family
as a foster child would pre-
vent a n y o n e from ever
wanting to engage in war
with that country.
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Alas Time stays, we go.
MRS. ANNE GRAVES
LINDA SWEET SHARON RICCI BARBARA ALTER
Vice President Secretary Treasurer
. ELECTED EFFICIENT
The Officers that took care of Senior Class business during the first and second
semesters turned out many fine iobs of administration. The Class of '60 was
ably led by Susan Hammack and Linda Sweet, the two class presidents who
helped their class councils to get much done and who represented their classes
on student council during the semester they served. Susan headed an all-girl
first semester cabinet, comprised of Linda Sweet, Vice President, Sharon Ricci,
secretary, and Barbara Alter, treasurer. Second semester officers were Linda
Sweet, President, Mike Walker, Vice President, Flora Watson, secretary, and
Barbara Adams, treasurer. Mrs. Anne Graves advised both councils in her
capacity as Senior Class sponsor. Directly representing the students were the
Senior homeroom representatives, elected in their classes to serve on the council.
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PAT ANDERSON VIRGINIA ANDERSON
KAREN ARBUCKLE JIM ARMSTRONG RIC
SANDRA BAILEY DON BAKER
HARD AUGENSTEIN ANTHONY AUGUSTYN
ROGER BAKER HOWARD BARBER
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BARBARA ADAMS-TNT Editor, Senior
Class Treasurer, Senior Play, CSF Life
Member, Press Club President, One-Act
Author, Thespians, Girls' League.
BARBARA ALTER-Rally Club Treasurer,
Band, Scholarship Society, Junior Class
Council, Senior Class Treasurer, Betty
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award,
Tartar Ladies, Girls' League Hospitality
Committee, Girls' League.
PAT ANDERSON-Girls' League, Fresh-
man Homeroom Rep., Senior Representa-
tive, Christmas Aud. Call, Tartar Choir,
Variety Show, Christmas Concert.
VIRGINIA ANDERSON-Girls' League,
Christmas Aud. Call, Talent Show,
Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, G.A.A.,
KAREN ARBUCKLE-Spanish Club, Girls'
League, Girls' Glee.
JIM ARMSTRONG-Scholarship Society,
Tartar Knights, lst Lieutenant, Boys' Lea-
gue, Sgt. at Arms, "B" Basketball, Var-
sity Baseball Captain, Baseball Blankeft
Award Winner, City Manager of Jr.
Citizen's Day, Senior Homeroom Rep.,
Boys' State Appointee, Perfect Attend-
ance Award, Boys' League.
RICHARD AUGENSTEIN-J.V. Wrestling,
Varsity Tennis, Boys' League
ANTHONY AUGUSTYN--"B" Basketball,
"B" Football, Varsity Baseball, Boys'
SANDRA BAILEY-Rally Club, Spanish
Club Historian Reporter, Posture Week
Girls' League Hospitality Committee, Mod-
ern Dance Production, Junior Citizen's
Day, Orchestra, Spring Festival, Girls'
DON BAKER-"B" Football, Varsity Foot-
ball, Varsity Track, Bowling Club, Var-
sity Club, J.V. Tennis, Boys' League,
ROGER BAKER-Senior Play, Cross
Country Team, Track Team, Student
Broadcasting Club, Boys' League.
HOWARD BARBER-Boys' League.
RONNIE BARBER-Boys' League.
GWEN BARRENTINE-Girls' League.
GARY BLAKLEY-Boys' League, Senior
Play, Thespian Play.
SANDY BOUDREAUX - Girls' League,
Girls' Glee, Spanish Club, Christmas Aud.
Call, Winter Aud. Call.
KATHLEEN BRADY-California Scholarship
Federation, Girls' Athletic Association,
Historian, French Club Vice-President,
Posture Contest, Second Place, Girls'
League, Tartar Ladies, Foreign Language
Bank of America Award.
EDWARD BRENNAN - Varsity Tennis,
Boys' League, Spanish Club, Football,
ALLEN BRISACK-Boys' League.
DAVID BRISTOL-Track, Boys' League.
JANICE BROOKS-Girls' League,xBusiness
Club, Modern Dance Aud. Call, French
JAMES BROWN - Junior Play, Senior
Play, Track, Wrestling, Boys' League.
BILL BRUGMAN-Boys' League.
JERRY BRUNNER-California Scholarship
Federation, Girls' Athletic Association,
Sportsmanager, Recording Secretary,
Christmas Aud. Call, French Club Treas-
urer, Rally Club, Girls' League.
DENNIS BULLOCK-Boys' League.
DON CANNON-Scholarship Society, Tar-
tar Knights, Spanish Club, Bowling Club,
Potpourri, Student Court Bailiff, Director
of Public Works, Jr. Citizens Day, Math.
Class at Loyola University, Boys' League.
CLAUDIA CANTER-Girls' League, Christ-
mas Aud. Call, Modern Dance Aud. Call,
Hospitality Committee, French Club,
PEDRO CARRILLO-Boys' League.
DIANA CATO-Future Business Leaders
of America, Modern Dance Concert, Rally
Club, G.A.A., Hospitality Committee
SUSAN CEMORE-Rally Club, G.A.A.,
Modern Dance Concert, Girls' League.
COLLENE CHANDLER-Tartar Choir, Girls'
CAROLYNE CHURCH - Freshman Class
Vice-President, Sophomore Court Rep.,
G.A.A., Girls' League.
BETTE CLARK-Girls' League.
DAVID CLUTTER-Golf, Boys' League.
LARRY COIL-Boys' League.
TOM COLEMAN-California Scholarship
Federation, French Club, Art Club, Sci-
ence Club, Boys' League, Secretary, Vice-
President, Boys' League Rep., Junior
Court Rep., Jr. Red Cross, Christmas Aud.
Call, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, Math. Class
at Loyola University, National Supply
lndustry Student, Wrestling Team, Tennis
MARY COMON - Rally Club, G.A.A.,
French Club, Girls' Glee, Business Club,
Bowling Club, Girls' League.
RICHARD CONNETT - C.S.F., Tartar
Knights, Boys' League, Escort for Home-
coming Game, Band, Orchestra, Spanish
Club, Homeroom Rep.
DIANA COOPER-G.A.A., Spanish Club,
WAYNE COPELAND-Varsity Basketball,
PHIL COSBY-One Act Plays, Senior Play,
Variety Show, Boys' League, Tartar Choir,
"B" Football, Wrestling, Thespians,
HOWARD COWAN-"B" Football, J.V.
Basketball, "B" Track, J.V. Tennis, Var-
sity Club, Boys' League.
JOHN CRAIN--Boys' League.
KAREN CRIST-Variety Show, Junior Citi-
zens' Day '59, Student and Business
Talk it Over Day, Rally Club, Bowling
Club President, Team Captain, Tartar
Band, Spring Concert, Girls' League Aud.
Call, Girls' League.
DICK CUCCI-Boys' League.
LLOYD DANIELS - J.V. Cross Country,
"C" Track, Varsity Golf, Boys' League.
BARBARA DAVIS-Girls' League.
VERNON DAVIS-Varsity Club, "C" and
J.V. Basketball, Varsity Football, All Tor-
rance City Team-Football, Honorable
Mention-All Pioneer League, Boys' Lea-
SUSANNE DAY-Girls' League, French
SHARON DEERING-Girls' League.
JOSEPH DeJAlFRE-Boys' League.
MIKE DEROUIN-Freshman Class Presi-
dent, "B" Football, "B" Basketball, Var-
sity Golf, Boys' League, Scholarship Club.
PAT DEROUIN-"B" Basketball, Varsity
Golf, "B" Football, Boys' League.
CAROL DONAHER-Modern Dance Show,
Top I5 Homecoming, Girls' League.
SANDRA DOW-Girls' League.
THOMAS DUEHRING-Science Club, Boys'
ADOLPH DURAN - Boys' League, J.V.
Wrestling, Varsity Baseball, J.V. Base-
ball, Varsity Wrestling, Novice Tourna-
ment- Ist place, Bay League - 2nd place,
El Camino Tournament- 2nd and Ist
places, C.I.F. - 4th place, Wrestling Blank-
DIANNA DYCK-Girls' Glee, Tartar Choir,
Variety Show, Talent Show, Girls' League,
Christmas Concert, Spring Concert.
JAMES ECHOLS-Tartar Choir, Variety
Show, Boys' League.
JIM EDWARDS-Junior Red Cross, Bowl-
ing Club, Boys' League.
SHARON ENGSTROM-Girls' League.
LYNNA EWING-Girls' League, California
MARK FAKKELDIJ-French Club, Boys'
JUNE FARISS-Girls' Glee, Tartar Choir,
Rally Club, G.A.A., Spanish Club, Variety
Show, Christmas Concert, Girls' League.
CHARLES FELIX--Boys' League.
BERTRA FERM-Girls' League, Pep Squad
-Maiorette, Tartar Choir, Junior Play,
Rally Club, G.A.A., Tartar Ladies, Spring
DAVE FIORELLI - Varsity Wrestling-4
years, Sergeant of Arms for Varsity Club,
"B" Football, Varsity Football, Boys'
BETH FISHER - Tartar Choir-3 years,
Thespians, Radio Club, Rally Club, Sci-
ence Club, Girls' League.
AUGUSTINE FLORES-Boys' League, "B"
SUE FOSTER--Girls' League.
CAROLE FOWLER-G.A.A. Historian and
Sports Manager, Girls' League.
JANICE FREDRICKSON - Business Club,
Rally Club, G.A.A.-Song Queen, Hist-
orian, Girls' Glee Club, Junior Homeroom
Rep., Girls' League, Christmas Aud. Call,
Winter Aud. Call.
JUDY FREDRICKSON-Tartar Ladies, Girls'
Glee, G.A.A., Orchestra, Modern Dance
Aud. Call, Rally Club, Scholarship Club,
Hospitality Representative, Girls' League.
BARBARA GAMBLE-Girls' League.
DANNY GENTISP-Varsity Football, Var-
sity Wrestling, Boys' League.
GARY GEORGE-"B" Football, Varsity
Football, Varsity Track, Orchestra, Boys'
JOYCE GIL-Girls' League.
JERRY GILBERT-Boys' League.
LYAL GILMORE-Boys' League.
ROSEMARIE GILL-Girls' League.
THERESA GILLES-Scholarship Club, Span-
ish Club, G.A.A., Business Club, Girls'
League, Vocational Day Guide.
STANLEY GONTA-"B" Basketball, "B"
Track, "B" Football, Varsity Track, Var-
sity Football, All-C.l.F. First string Foot-
ball, All - Pioneer League First Team Foot-
ball, All-American Football Team, Var-
sity Club, Sophomore Class Vice Presi-
dent, Junior Cass President, Varsity Golf,
Shrine All-Star Football Game, Freshman
Representative, "J.V." Football, California
Boys' State, Boys' League.
SHARRON GOODE-Talent Show, 2 yrs.,
G.A.A., Rally Club, Girls' League, Girls'
Glee, Christmas Concert, Spring Concert,
Modern Dance Aud. Call.
MARTHA GOODROW-Flag Twirler-Jr.,
Sr., Scholarship Society, Variety Show - 2
yrs., Talent Show, Rally Club, Girls' Lea-
YVONNE GRAHAM-Tartar Ladies, Flag
Twirler, Scholarship Society, Variety Show
Fr., Soph., Jr., Sr., Tartar Choir, Prom
Week Talent Show, Sophomore Rep.,
French Club, Thespians, Tartar Ladies
Aud. Call, Girls' League.
FRANK GRAJEDA-Boys' League, "B"
Football Fr., Soph., Varsity Football, J.V.
Baseball, Fr., Soph.
KAREN GRAY-Girls' League, Girls' Glee,
Modern Dance Concert, Christmas Con-
cert '57, '58, Christmas Aud. Call, Spring
JOE GRIEGO-Boys' League, Track, 3 yrs.
"B" Football Soph., Jr., Varsity Football,
DON GUYAN-Boys' League.
JUDY HAGAN - Girls' League, Tartar
Ladies, "First Lady", Scholarship Society,
Rally Club, Hospitality Committee, Tartar
Lady Aud. Call.
SUSAN HAMMACK-Tartar Ladies, Treas-
urer, Sgt. at Arms, Girls' League Presi-
dent, Sr. Class President, Flag Twirler,
Top 15 Homecoming, Freshman Treasurer,
Sophomore Class Secretary, Junior Class
Court Representative, Christmas Aud. Call,
Tartar Lady Aud. Call, Future Teachers,
Girls' League Representative.
SONDRA HANNI-Girls' League, Rally
PATSY HARDAGE-Girls' League, Health
Career, Hospitality Committee, Senior
Representative, Modern Dance Concert,
PAUL HARESTAD - Boys' League, "B"
Track, J.V. Cross Country, Varsity Track,
Boys' League Hospitality Committee.
KENNETH HELPHAND - Boys' League,
Boys' League Rep., Jr. Class Council,
J.V. Wrestling, Band, Orchestra, One
LINDA HENDERSON-Girls' League.
LARRY HENDRICKSON - Boys' League,
Variety Show, One Acts, Annual Statt
JAMES HENSLEY-Boys' League, President,
Representative, JV Tennis, Variety Show,
Soph., Jr., Sr., Prom Week.
JIM HESTER 4 Varsity Club, President,
Vice-President, Varsity Football, Track,
Basketball, Baseball, Tartar Choir, One
Acts, Boys' League Rep., Golf, Audio
Visual Club, Hospitality Committee,
VICKY HIPPIK - Song Queen, Girls'
League Vice-President, One Acts, Variety
Show, Senior Play, Junior Class Secretary,
Sophomore Class Treasurer, Top I5 Home-
YOSHIO HIROSE-Boys' League.
JANET HOCH-Girls' League, Rally Club,
G.A.A., Girls' Glee.
RICHARD HODGSON-Boys' League, Var-
sity Track, Varsity Football, Jr., Soph.,
"C" Basketball, "JV" Cross Country,
"B" Track, Fr., Soph.
LINDA HOFER - Girls' League, Song
Queen, Variety Show '59, '60, Talent
Show, 2nd Place, Senior Play, Thespians,
Modern Dance Aud. Call, Modern Dance
Concert, Press Club Treasurer, T.N.T.
Staff Editor, Variety Show Teaser.
JIM HOOD-Boys' League.
GWEN HOUSTON-Girls' League, Hos-
pitality Committee, Variety Show.
GARY HUFFMAN - "C", "B", Varsity
Track, Boys' League.
MARSHA HUNT-Girls' League.
DENISE HUNTER-Girls' League Secretary,
Song Queen, Hospitality Committee, Vari-
ety Show, 2 yrs., Prom Week, Home-
coming Princess, Modern Dance Concert.
LYNNE HYDE-Girls' League President,
Vice-Pres., Treas., Tartar Ladies, French
Club, Sgt. at Arms, Treasurer, Annual
Staff Editor, Homecoming Princess, Variety
Show '58, '59, '60, Prom Week '59,
Junior Citizens Day, Modern Dance Con-
cert '57, '59, Modern Dance Aud. Call
'57, '59, Christmas Aud. Call '58, '59,
'60, Tartar Lady Aud. Call '59, '60,
CAROL JOHNSON - Sophomore Class
President, Comm. of Group Control,
Comm. of Publicity, Student Body Vice-
President, Tartar Ladies Historian-Re-
porter, Scholarship Society, President, Life
Member, Variety Show, 4 yrs., Future
Teachers, Talent Show, 2 yrs., Jr. Class
Play, Sr. Class Play, Top I5 Homecom-
ing, D.A.R. Award, Tartar Choir, Girls'
Glee, Girls' League Christmas Aud. Call,
3 yrs., Junior Citizens' Day, 3 yrs.,
PAULETTE JOHNSON - Girls' League,
Girls' Glee, Bowling Club, Modern Dance
Aud. Call, Modern Dance Concert.
RICHARD JOHNSON-Boys' League, "B"
BOB JONES-Boys' League, "B" Basket-
ball, "JV" Basketball, Variety Show
'59, '60, Junior Play, Talent Show '60.
CINDY KAZEBEER-Girls' League, Hos-
pitality Committee, Scholarship Society,
Bank ot America Achievement Award
LYNN KELLER-"JV", Varsity Basketball,
"JV" Baseball, Court Judge, Tartar
Knight Captain, Scholarship Society, Presi-
dent, One Acts, Thespians, '59 De Camp
Playwriting Award, '59 'Most Valuable
Player Award" "JV" Basketball, Boys'
League, Potpourri, Thespian Play.
ROBERTA KELLY - Girls' League, Rally
Club, Girls' Glee.
PAT KINNEY-Boys' League, Senior Play,
JON KINSEY-Boys' League, "C" Track,
"JV" Baseball, "B" Varsity Football,
DANNY KIRKS-Boys' League, Scholar-
ship Society, Senior Boys' League Rep.,
Senior Court, Spanish Club.
BOBBI KLOPPENBURG - Girls' League,
KAREN KORTH-Girls' League, G.A.A.
RICHARD KYLE-Boys' League.
VERNON LAMPHERE - Boys' League,
DALE LANCASTER - Boys' League, "B"
Football, Varsity Track, "JV" Cross
FREDRICK LANDAUER - Boys' League,
PAT LARSON-Girls' League Tartar Ladies,
G.A.A., Rally Club.
LINDA LEDBETTER-Girls' League, Girls'
SERENA LEE - Girls' League, G.A.A.,
Rally Club, Candy Stripers.
KAREN LIND-Student Court Clerk, Hos-
pitality Tea, Christmas Concert, Spring
Concert, Girls' Glee, Modern Dance Con-
cert, Talent Show, Girls' League, Christ-
mas Aud. Call.
BROOKE LINDERMAN-Hospitality Com-
mittee, Girls' League, Spanish Club His-
torian, Variety Show, Senior Play, Modern
Dance Concert, Rally Club, Christmas
Concert, Spring Concert.
CHUCK LITAKER-Boys' League, Science
Club, Christmas Aud. Call, Senior Play,
BOB LONG-Boys' League.
DICK LONGO-Boys' League.
VIOLA LUCERO - Girls' League Rep.,
Freshman Council, Soph. Council, Thes-
pians, 2nd Place Science Fair, G.A.A.
Sportsmanager, Spanish Club Secretary,
Senior Play, Variety Show, Tartar Choir,
Hospitality Committee, Modern Dance
Concert, Girls' Glee, Christmas Concert,
Spring Concert, Junior Council, Senior
ROBERT McCALL-Boys' League.
CHARLOTTE MCCOMAS - Tartar Ladies,
Hospitality Committee, Junior Class Treas-
urer, Commissioner of Records, Spanish
Club, Scholarship Society, Orchestra, Girls'
Glee, Tartar Choir Secretary, Girls' Lea-
gue, Prom Week, Variety Show, Christ-
mC1S COVICGVU Spring Concert, Variety
Show Teaser, Vocational Day Guide,
Girls' League Aud. Call, Tartar Lady
LARRY McELHINY-Boys' League, Track,
Cross Country, Basketball, 'B" Football.
OREN McKNIGHT-Boys' League.
BARBARA McLAUGHLIN-Girls' League,
TOM McMASTER-Boys' League, "JV"
Wrestling, Varsity Wrestling, Varsity
Club, Secretary, Vice-President, "B" Var-
KAREN McTEE - G.A.A., Rally Club,
Girls' Glee, Girls' League, Talent Show,
Modern Dance Show.
SHARON MAGNER-Tartar Ladies, Song
Queen, Spanish Club, G.A.A., Girls'
League, Future Teachers.
ROBERT MAINER-"B" Football, Varsity
Football, J.V. Tennis, Varsity Tennis,
Boys' League Treasurer, Varsity Club,
Boys' League, One Act.
JOAN MARJALA-Girls' Glee, Scholar-
ship Society, G.A.A., Tartar Ladies Treas-
urer, Junior Citizens' Day, Career Day
Hostess, Girls' League.
LOUIS MARTINEZ-Boys' League.
GLORIA MATHIS-Girls' League.
CAROL MATHLIN-Girls' League, Stu-
dent Court Judge, 1960 TORCH Editor,
Future Teachers, Life Member of C.S.F.,
Thespian Secretary, Senior Play, Junior
Play, One Acts, Variety Show, Math
Course at Loyola University, Thespian
Play, Bank of America Award Winner.
MELBA MAXWELL-Girls' League.
TOM MEGOW - Varsity Golf, Tartar
Knights, Scholarship Society, Spanish
Club, President, Treasurer, Student Broad-
casting Club, Senior Boys' Court Rep.,
Boys' League Secretary, Science Club.
DAN MENDES-Track, Boys' League.
MARTHA MILLER-Girls' League.
WILLIAM MILLER - American Jr. Red
Cross Vice-President, Spanish Club Vice-
President, One Act Festival, Senior Play,
Sophomore Homeroom Rep., Junior Home-
room Rep., Thespian Society, Boys' Lea-
gue, Thespian Play.
DON MILLS--Boys' League.
LINDA MILLS-TNT Editor-in-Chief, TNT
News Editor, Press Club Secretary, Calif-
ornia Scholarship Federation, One Acts,
Annual Staff, i960 TORCH, Career Day
Hostess, Girls' League.
LANA MINER-Girls' League.
VICTOR MISHLER--Boys' League.
KENNETH MITCHELL-Boys' League, "C"
Track, "B" Football, Varsity Football.
PETER MITCHELL-Boys' League Treasurer,
Varsity and "B" Football, "C" and
"B" Basketball, Varsity Track, Talent
Show, J.V. Baseball.
JOE MONTGOMERY-"B" and "C" Bas-
ketball, "C" Track, J.V. Baseball 2
years, Varsity Baseball 2 years, "B"
Football 2 years, Varsity Football Cap-
tain, Blanket Award, Richort Award "B"
Richort Award Varsity, First Team Pio-
neer League Football, All American City
Team, Pioneer League "Player of the
Year" Football, Varsity Club.
DONNA MOORE-Junior Class Secretary,
Girls' Glee Award, Top I5 for Home-
coming Queen, Homeroom Rep., Sopho-
more Girls' Court Rep., Variety Show for
4 years, Teasers, Tartar Ladies, Scholar-
ship Club, Secretary, Lite Member, Span-
ish Club President, Tartar Lady Aud.
Call, Girls' League Aud. Call, Christmas
Aud. Call, Talent Show, Modern Dance
Show, T.N.T. Staff, Girls' League Hos-
pitality Committee, Girls' League.
ROBERT MOORE-Boys' League.
MARTHA MULLEN - G.A.A., Future
Teacher, Junior and Senior Year, Spanish
Club, Junior and Senior Year, Girls'
ARTHUR MURPHY-Boys' League.
TERRY NELDON-G,A.A. Sports Manager,
G.A.A. Yell Leader, 2 years, Girls' Lea-
CAROL NELSON-French Club, Variety
Shows, Junior Citizens' Day.
Shows, Junior Citizens' Day, Modern
Dance Show, Tartar Choir, Girls' League.
DAVID NELSON - Varsity and J.V.
Wrestling Team, Tartar Knights, Scholar-
ship Federation, Participated in Junior
Citizens', Senior Class Council Homeroom
Rep., Bausch and Lomb Science Award,
Bank ot America Award Winner, Boys'
EARL NEWSOM - Student Broadcasting
Club, One Act Play, Author, T.N.T. Staff,
VERNE NEWSOM-Senior Play, One Act
Play, Author, Boys' League.
PHILLIP NICKOL-Varsity Football, 2 yrs.,
"B" Football, 2 yrs., All Pioneer League
Ist Team, Varsity Club President, Track
"C" and "B", Boys' League.
JANET NOONE-Girls' Glee, Tartar Choir
Soph., Band, Junior, G.A.A. Sports Mana-
ger, Cheerleader, Vice-President, and
President, Girls' League.
KAREN NYSTEDT-Scholarship Federation,
2 years, Christmas Aud. Call, Sophomore,
Variety Show, G.A.A., Tartar Choir,
Music Festival at Fullerton, Christmas
Concert, Girls' League.
TOM OJARD-"C" Basketball, "B" Bas-
ketball, Varsity Basketball, "B" Football,
"C" Track, Boys' League.
BEVERLY OREND - Junior Class Vice-
President, Tartar Lady Secretary, Variety
Show, French Club President, Modern
Dance Club, Commissioner ot Pep, Fut-
ure Teachers, TNT Statf, Song Queen,
Girls' League, Homecoming Princess, One
Acts, Modern Dance Show, Girls' League.
NANCY OSBORN - Thespians, French
Club Secretary, One Act Plays, Junior
Play, Senior Play, Scholarship Society,
Christmas Aud. Call, i960 TORCH,
Sophomore Homeroom Rep., Modern
Dance Show, Girls' League.
LOUISE OTTERSTEIN - Variety Show,
French Club, G.A.A., Girls' League.
GWEN PATTISHALL-Modern Dance Aud.
Call, Christmas Aud. Call, Freshman
Homeroom Rep., P.T.A. Fashion Show,
Spring Concert, Winter Aud. Call, Busi-
ness Club, Girls' Glee, Girls' League.
BOB PAYTON-Senior Play, Boys' Lea-
RON PENNINGTON-Boys' League, Var-
sity Track, Spanish Club, Bowling Club,
"B" Football, Chemistry Club.
CAROLYN PERRY-Girls' League.
CONNIE PHILLIPS-Girls' League Hos-
pitality Committee, Spanish Club.
AUSTIN PICKETT-Boys' League.
MARY PORTER-G.A.A., Business Club,
Girls' League, Teachers Welcoming Tea.
JAMES PRITCHARD - TNT Staff, Press
Club, Science Club, Thespians, Senior
Play, Boys' League Vice-President, Variety
Show, Tartar Choir, One Acts, Clean
Campus Aud. Call, Christmas Aud. Call.
FLOYD RAMSEY-Boys' League.
JUDY RAYMOND - Tartar Choir, Girls'
KATHY REED - G.A.A, Sportsmanager,
Vice-President, President, Girls' League.
KRISTINE REED - Tartar Choir, Variety
Show, Girls' League.
KAREN REESE-Girls' League.
BILL REINERT-"B" Basketball, Varsity
Basketball, J.V. Baseball, Boys' League.
LARRY RHYNE - Variety Show, Tartar
Choir, Boys' League.
SHARON RICCI-Tartar Choir, Variety
Show, Modern Dance Aud. Call, Christ-
mas Aud. Call, Freshman Class Secretary,
Girls' League Historian, Senior Class
Secretary, Top 15, Homecoming Princess,
Girls' League Hospitality Tea Committee.
GARY RICE-Tartar Knights, "B" Foot-
ball, "B" Track, Boys' League.
RAY RICE-Boys' League.
THOMAS RICHARDSON-Varsity Basket-
ball, Varsity Baseball, Third Team All
Bay League Baseball, Varsity Club, i960
TORCH, "C" Basketball, J.V. Baseball,
DONNA RITCHIE-Girls' League, Hos-
pitality Committee, Sophomore Class
Treasurer, G.A.A., Variety Show, Top I5
Homecoming, Modern Dance Aud. Call,
Modern Dance Show, Senior Council Rep.
RUSSELL ROBERTS-"C" Basketball, "B"
Basketball, Varsity Basketball, J.V. Ten-
nis, Varsity Tennis, Sophomore Court
Rep., Tartar Knights, Varsity Club, C.S.F.,
WILLIAM ROEDER-Boys' League.
SONDRA ROSENCRANTZ--Spanish Club
Sagreant-at-Arms, Jr. Red Cross Club,
Girls' League Hospitality Committee, Girls'
PHILLIP ROSS-Boys' League.
TREVA ROSSON-Tartar Ladies, Girls'
Glee, Girls' League.
KEN RUBART-Tartar Knights Secretary,
Track Team, Football Team, Boys' League.
JIM RYNHART-J.V. Baseball, "B" Bas-
ketball, Boys' League.
LYNNE ST. ONGE-Variety Show, Modern
Dance Aud. Call, Christmas Aud. Call,
French Club, Modern Dance Club, 1960
TORCH, Hospitality Committee, Girls'
SENIOR ACCOIVIPLISH IVI ENTS
SUSAN SAARI - Sophomore Class Sec-
retary and Vice-President, Commissioner
ot Records, G.A.A. Yell Leader, Scholar-
ship, Tartar Ladies, Girls' League Hos-
LARRY SALAS - Boys' League, Varsity
Club, Varsity Golf, "JV" Varsity Track,
"JV" Varsity Cross Country, All Bay
League '58, 2nd Place C.l.F. Cross
JOHN SANDSTROM-Boys' League, Bas-
ketball 2nd Team All Bay League, One
TOM SASS-Boys' League, Tartar Knights,
"C" 81 "JV" Basketball, Junior Court
LEE SAVAGE-Boys' League.
GARY SCHMIDT - Boys' League, Cross
Country, Golf, Track, Bowling Club Ist
JON SCHOTANUS-Boys' League, T.N.T.
Stott '59, Band, Orchestra, Student
Broadcasting Club, Spring Music Festival,
Annual Staff '60 TORCH.
MARIA SCIARROTTA - Girls' League,
Maiorette, Spanish Club, G.A.A., Rally
Club, Variety Show, Christmas Concert,
Girls' Glee, Tartar Choir, Christmas Aud-
Call, Modern Dance Aud. Call, Modern
Dance Concert, Modern Dance Club,
Spring Music Festival.
ALVENIA SERIANNI-Girls' League, Tar-
tar Choir, Spanish Club, Hospitality Com-
mittee, Annual Staft '60 TORCH.
ALBERT SEVERSON-Boys' League, "JV"
Track, Varsity Cross Country.
NORMA SHINNO-Girls' League, Rally
Club, Freshman, Soph. Rep., Girls' Lea-
gue Rep., Modern Dance Aud. Call,
NOEL SHIRE-Boys' League, Thespians,
President, Science Club Vice-President,
Student Broadcasting Club Vice-President,
Tartar Choir, Cross Country, Track, Junior,
Senior Play, One Acts '58, '59, '60,
Thespian 3 Act '60, French Club, Science
Fair 2nd Place, Variety Show, Christmas
Aud. Call, Spanish Club, Variety Show
Teaser, Operetta '6O.
RHETT SIEGFRIED-Boys' League.
JACK SINGER-Boys' League Rep., Presi-
dent, Student Council, Varsity Club Sgt.-
at-Arms, Clean Campus Aud. Call, Christ-
mas Aud. Call, Varsity Football, "JV"
Varsity Wrestling, Tennis, Jr. Citizens'
MARY SMILEY-Girls' League Historian,
Hospitality Committee, Scholarship Society
Historian, Vice-Pres., Treas., Press Club,
Tartar Ladies, Soph. Rep., Christmas Aud.
Call, Posture Finalist, A.F.S. Student,
Modern Dance Concert.
KEN SMITH-Boys' League, Science Photo
Club, Track, Cross Country.
ROBERT SMITH-Boys' League, Wrestling,
RICHARD SNYDER-Boys' League, "B"
Football, "C" Track, Homeroom Rep.
JIM SOPP-Boys' League, Track, Tartar
Choir, Variety Show, Christmas Aud. Call.
LINDA STEVENSON-Girls' League.
PATRICK STEWART-Boys' League, Var-
sity Football, Honorable Mention Pioneer
League, Varsity Golf, "JV" Baseball.
WALTER STOCKER - Foreign Exchange
Student, Switzerland, Student Council,
Track, Boys' League.
TOM STOWE-Boys' League.
PAT STRAHM - Girls' League, G.A.A.,
Science Photo Club Secretary, Treasurer,
Scholarship Society, French Club.
LARRY SULLIVAN-Boys' League.
LINDA SWEET-Girls' League Rep., Mod-
ern Dance Aud. Call, Tartar Ladies, Sgt.-
at-Arms, Queen, Senior Class President,
Vice-President, Tartar Lady Aud. Call,
Girls' League Aud. Call, Soph. Rep.,
Scholarship Society, Christmas Aud. Call.
BEVA TAPLEY-Girls' League, G.A.A.
KATHLEEN TAYLOR-Girls' League Rep.,
Sophomore Council, Hospitality Commit-
tee, Senior Court, Scholarship Society
Historian, Treasurer, Lite Member, Junior,
Senior Council, Tartar Ladies, Treasurer,
First Lady, Queen, Junior Citizens Day,
Underwood Typing Award.
SALLY TAYLOR-Girls' League, G.A.A.,
Rally Club, Modern Dance Aud. Call.
ROBIN THOMAS - Scholarship Society,
Press Club Secretary, TNT, Potpourri,
Band, Dance Band,'G.A.A., Variety Show,
Hospitality Committee, United Nations
Award, Girls' League.
SHEILA THORNBERRY - Girls' League,
Girls' Glee, Homeroom Rep., Top I5
Homecoming, Modern Dance Club.
BIIJ. TILLEY-Student Body Vice-President,
Tartar Knight Captain, Second Lieuten-
ant, Boys' League Rep., J.V. Wrestling,
Varsity Wrestling, Senior Court Rep.,
"B" Football, Varsity Football, One Act
Plays, Councilman on Junior Citizens
JAMES TIMMONS-Boys' League.
MARY LUE THOMPKINS-Girls' League.
ART TOZIER-Boys' League.
FRANK TUTTLE-"B" rack, Varsity Foot-
ball, "B" Football, Wrestling, Varsity
Club, Key Club, Boys' League.
JOHN UNDERWOOD-Boys' League Rep.,
"B" Football, Annual Staff, Variety
Show, Talent Show, Jr. Class Play, Tar-
tar Choir, J.V. Tennis, Orchestra, Tartar
Band, Sophomore Class Rep., Junior
KATHY VAUGHN-Girls' League, Rally
Club, G.A.A., Christmas Concert, Prom
Week, Modern Dance Aud. Call, Christ-
mas Aud. Call, Variety Show.
LEO VILLAGOMEZ-Boys' League.
CAROL VORHIS - Girls' League, Senior
Play, Variety Show '59, '60, T.N.T. Stott,
Rally Club, Press Club, Tartar Choir,
Christmas Concert '59, '60, Music Festi-
LINDA WAGNER-Girls' League, G.A.A.,
Rally Club, Tartar Choir, Junior Play,
GORDON WALKER-Boys' League, "B"
Football, Track, lst Place Science Fair.
MIKE WALKER-Boys' League Rep., Jr.
Citizens Day, Boys' Court Rep., Freshman
Class President, A.S.B. President, Sopho-
more Class President, Junior Class Presi-
dent, Tartar Knights, Varsity Club, Senior
Class Vice President 2 semesters, "C"
"B" Varsity Track, Varsity Cross Country,
Blanket Award, Team Captain, "C" "B"
"JV" Basketball, Bay League Cross
Country Champs, Commissioner of Athlet-
NELSON WALKER-Boys' League.
BETTY WATSON-Girls' League, Variety
Show '60, Tartar Choir.
FLORA WATSON - Girls' League Vice-
President, Jr. Court Rep., Senior Class
Secretary, Hospitality Committee, Song
Queen, Top I5 Homecoming, Thespians,
Modern Dance Club, Jr., Sr. Play, One
Play, One Acts.
JAMES WEBSTER-Boys' League.
BILLY WHITE-Boys' League, "B" Varsity
Football, Stage Crew, Tartar Choir, Vari-
ety Show, One Acts, "JV" Tennis, "JV"
JIM WHITE--Boys' League, Senior Play,
One Acts '59 '60, Variety Show, T.N.T.
Staff, Thespians, Thespian Play.
JOEL WHITMAN-Boys' League, T.N.T.
Press Member, Varsity and J.V. Basket-
JERRY WILLETT-Boys' League, J.V. Base-
BILL WILLIAMS-Boys' League, "C" Bas-
ketball, 2 years J.V. Baseball, 2 years
J.V. Basketball, 2 years Varsity Baseball,
I year Varsity Basketball.
LINDA WILLIAMS-Freshman Class Vice-
President, Girls' League Representative,
One Acts, Variety Show, First Place In
Posture Week, Yell Leader 3 years,
Commissioner of Pep, Thespians Vice-
President, Homecoming Queen 1959, Tar-
tar Choir, Christmas Aud. Call, Tartar
Lady, Homeroom Rep., Clean Campus
Aud. Call, Modern Dance Aud. Call.
SHARON WILLIAMS-Girls' League.
BARBARA WILSON-Future Teachers Sec-
retary, Spanish Club, Business Leaders
of America, Rally Club, G.A.A., Girls'
BOB WILSON-Bowling Club, Boys' Lea-
BILL L. WILSON-Tartar Choir, Boys' Lea-
gue, "B" Football, Varsity Football, "B"
Track, Varsity Club, Variety Show, One
Acts, "C" Track, Audio Visual Club.
WILLIAM J. WILSON-Boys' League.
SHARON WOOD-Girls' League.
DUANE WYRICK-2 years 'B" Track, I
year "C", J.V. Baseball, 3 years Varsity
Football, I year J.V., Tartar Choir, Tar-
tar Band, Tartar Dance Band, Variety
Show '60, One Acts, Boys' League.
ROY YANASE - A.S.B. President, Com-
missioner ot Athletics, Tartar Knights,
Bowling Club, Boys' League, Basketball
Manager, Homecoming Pageant, Dads'
Night-Football, Homeroom Rep., Junior
Citizens' Day, Winter Formal.
KATRINKA YURGIONAS-Girls' League,
Art Class at El Camino College, Bank of
America Art Award.
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Joanne Carr, as Junior Class President for the first semester,
had on her cabinet Gracie Connett as Vice-President, Jane
Coleman as Secretary, and Linda Eldridge as Treasurer. They
directed a Thanksgiving Turkey Huddle dance and they
also had an autumn snow cone sale to.. raise money for
the Prom in the spring, This year's Junior Class has been
working since they were freshmen to raise money for the
Second semester, under the direction of Steve Parker, went
very well as the council worked hard on preparation for the
Prom. Prom Week was a great success, with the "Champs,"
the first professional group to appear during a Prom Week,
and a successful dance on Friday night, Vice-President,
Ginny Krauszer, Secretary, Joanne IsBelI, and Treasurer,
Marilyn Holcomb helped with everything- Mr. Peterson, their
sponsor, devoted a great deal of time and effort to make the
i960 Prom a great success.
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Bob Soniu, a Freshman Class President for the first semester, started his class
off right with a Popcorn Ball Sale in September. Vice President Ivor Sampson,
Secretary Carol Morse and Treasurer John Ricci endeavored to make their Fresh-
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President- As part of their activities they held a Snow Cone Sale. Through the
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A scene from the Thespian-sponsored One-Act Festival,
First Row: Bill Saine, Paul Goodwin, Loran Schwenk, Roy Yanase, Russ Roberts, Gary Rice, Richard Connett. Second Row: Lynn Keller, Don Connon, Jim
Armstrong, David Nelson, Bill Tilley, Tom Megow. Third Row: Tom Sass, Mike Walker, John Gable, Mr. Hulse, Bob Weister, Ken Rubart, Tom Kasterko.
TARTAR KNIGHTS .... STUDY AND SERVICE
Tartar Knights, Torrance High School's service club
for boys, had a membership of about Twenty out-
standing boys This year. These Senior and Junior
student leaders were elected To The honorary clulo
during last spring and autumn in recognifion of
Their past service and scholarship and in anticipa-
tion of Their furthering Those fine accomplishments.
The TK's elected Bill Tilley Their captain for first se-
mester with Jim Armsfrong as First Lieutenant, David
Nelson as Second Lieutenant, while Secretary Treas-
urer was Ken Rubart. These first semester officers
directed The schedule of hall and assembly posts
at which The TK's stand To keep order, and directed
Bill Tilley, first semester Tartar Knight Captain, congratulates second
Osemester Captain Lynn Keller.
Second semester Tartar Knight Council was com-
prised of Lynn Keller, Captain, Bob Weister, Lieufen-
ant, and Loren Schwenk, Secretary-Treasurer. These
officers, besides adminisfering The regular duties of
The club, organized and headed committees for The
TK-TL Ball. Because of Their efficient planning and
That of The Tartar Ladies, The Ball on April 'l9Th was
a greaT success.
Linda Sweet, first semester Tartar Lady Queen, gives her gavel to
her successor, Kathy Taylor.
First Row: Joan Margala, Joanne lsBell, Judy Hagan, Kathleen Taylor, Linda Sweet, Bev Orend, Barbara Campbell, Kimi Takeuchi. Second Row: Barbara
Alter, Kathy Brady, Linda Williams, Judy Fredrickson, Donna Moore, Charlotte McComas, Carol Johnson, Susan Saari, Glenda Traw, Susan Hammack.
Third Row: Mary Smiley, Virginia Juvet, Diana McNiel, Joanne Carr, Yvonne Graham, Sharon Magner, Deann Goldsmith, Linda Eldridge, Lois Wroge, Treva
Rosson, Lynne Hyde.
TARTAR LADIES UPHOLD TRADITIONS
The girls' honorary service club on campus, appropriately During the year, the T-L.'s took part in the Girls' League
named Tartar Ladies, has served Torrance High very well aud-call and held a shack sale. In the spring they and
this year, as always. The girls in the club stand post by the Tartar Knights collaborated on the annual TK-TL Ball.
the doors in the cafeteria, at aud--calls, and up near the Top administration for the club was taken care ot by
library at lunch, to keep order among the students and Linda Sweet and Kathleen Taylor, the two Tartar Lady
to promote good citizenship in the school, The efficiency Queens. Other otticers were: Kathleen Taylor and Judy
of the Tartar Ladies is assured by their fine individual Hagan, First Ladies, Bev Orend and Joanne lsBell, Sec-
records ot grades, activities, and service to the school. retariesg Susan Hammack and Joan Mariala, Treasurers,
For those contributions to their school, they were elected Kimi TC1l4Gl-'CLIF Gnd 5C1Cl'1i lSl1il1OI'Ol, l'liSTOVlC1f1-RSPOVTGVSJ
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The Cheerleaders and Flag Twirlers are lust a part of this
year's T960 Pep Squad. Leading the cheering Tartars
on to victory, were this year's active cheerleaders Linda
Williams, Jerry Yancey, Diane Hodgson, and Barbara
Campbell. Not only did they inspire our athletic teams,
but they helped to create spirit and enthusiasm. The
flag tvvirlers Joanne lsBell, Helen Salas, Susan Hammock,
Sharon Radi, Yvonne Graham and Martha Goodrow
could be seen before spirited spectators. The cheerlead-
l ers were the only ones in the Pep Squad which were
elected by the student body. The Flag Twirlers were
iudged and selected. Besides creating pep this past
year, the Pep Squad has represented us on various
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Song Queens Vicki Hippik, Flora Wafson, Sharon Maaner Denise Hunter Bev Orend Linda Hofer
The oTher Two groups Tound in The 1960 Pep Squad
were The Maiorenes and Song Queens. They did a won-
derful iob This year leading songs aT all our aThleTic
acTiviTies. Under The leadership of Mrs. Marshall, Pep
Squad advisor, The group kepT up The diTTiculT iolo of
cheering specTaTors up when They TelT low. The six song
queens were perky seniors Sharon Magner, Vicki Hippik,
Lynda Hofer, Denise HunTer, and Bev Orend. Serving
wiTh Them were MaioreTTes Carol Bailey, PaT King, BerTha
Ferrn, and Lynda Wilson. These sTudenTs were chosen by
a panel who iudged each canolidaTe on poise, abiliTy,
and general appearance. This iudging was done in The
Spring oT lasT year.
MajoreTTes Pat King Linda Wilson Carol Bailey
First Row: Mr. Towle, Jack Singer, Mike Irvine, Frank Tuttle, Steve Parker, Gerry Goins, Jerry McLain, Jim Brennon, Mike Walker. Second Row: Donald
Dobrick, Russ Roberts, Bob Mainer, Butch Cowen, Tom Richardson, Jim Hesster, Steve McGuire, Larry Salas, Vernon Davis, Bill Tilley.
Varsity Club, which consists of Varsity lettermen upon
personal application, has done many things this past
year. With Mr. Towle acting as Varsity Club sponsor, the
club did such things as present medals for "B" Football
and "C" Basketball teams as recognition for their out-
standing athletic standings in league play and made a
presentation of trophies to those boys making "All
Pioneer League" in Football. Medals were also presented
to the Poineer League Championship Wrestling team.
During the Spring, they sponsored a semi-formal dance
and a Varsity Club Banquet for fathers and sons. Among
their service proiects was handling the parking for guest
speakers on Vocational Conference Days.
RALLY CLUB p
The main obiective of the Torrance High School Rally
Club is to create pep- During the football season, mem-
bers decorated the fields and bleachers, took part in
the circus halftime ceremonies at the last game, and
sold programs at all the home games. Also started this
year was the formation of an all white rooting section
with a maroon "T" in the center. This was very effective
and is hoped to be improved next year. Under the di-
rection of Mrs. Jacqueline Marshall and presidents Jeanie
Spall and Connie Zimmerman, the year has been a very
Also helping to make the year a successful one were
Gerry Dilkus, Vice-President, Lois Wroge, Secretary,
Paula Blankinship, Commissioner of Activities, and Con-
nie Zimmerman, Historian-Reporter. Serving on the
spring cabinet were Ellen Andrae, Vice-President, Dwan
Wroge, Secretary, Joyce Radford, Treasurer, Jonova,
Weingarten, Sergeant-at-arms, Brenda Dickson, Com-
missioner of Activities, and Kathy lngrum, Historian-
First Row: Jonova Wiengarten, Joyce Furusho, Susan Sparks, Connie Zimmerman, Jean Spall, Jerry Dilkus, Paula Blankinship, Joyce Radford, Lois Wroge,
Marcell Holt. Second Row: Dwan Wroge, Pat Fowler, Judy Meadows, Lynne Barrett, Maxine Ihara, Darlene Jensen, Roegena James, Judy Rayner,
Linda Weister. Third Row: Mrs. Marshall, Diane Martin, Brenda Dickson, Kathy lngrum, Kathy Singleton, Jean Wells, Sandy Wells, Marv Bristle. Gnil
Left to right: Carol Mathlin, Linda Kraegel. Linda Hofer, Nancy Osborn, Flora Watson, Jim Pritchard, Pat King, Barbara Adams, Miss Larson
Thesipan Troupe H33 of Torrance High School has done
a wonderful iob of promoting dramatic arts at our
school. Along with promoting theatrical work, they
helped on the technical end of putting on such shows
as the Variety Show, Senior Play, and Original One Act
Plays. This year the Thespians put on a three act play,
"Ten Little lndians."
The club officers were: Noel Shire, President, Pat King,
Vice President, Carol Mathlin, Secretary, and Carol Por-
terfield, Treasurer. With their sponsor, Miss Larson, they
have done a terrific job.
With a fine blending of beautiful songs, clever arrange-
ments and the singing voices of twenty-five girls, the
Girls' Glee Club performed and entertained for another
successful year, Under the direction of Mr. Vincent
DeFiore, Girls' Glee took part in the annual Christmas
and Spring Concerts and added much to both.
At the Christmas Concert, the pleased audience enioyed
fine renditions of "Noel, Noel," "The First Christmas
Carol," and the "Christmas Song.' Solo parts by Barbara
Davis, Mariorie Winter, and Jane Strahn in the singing
of "Go Tell lt on the Mountain," was an especially lovely
At the Spring Concert, the girls sang "Green Cathedral,"
"Summertime," "lt's a Grand Night for Singing," and
"Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo-" The Spring Concert concluded public
performances for Girls' Glee, and it left the audience
with the feeling that the girls had done much to enter-
First Row: Judy Cronin, Lillian Salas, Jane Datin, Barbara McLaughlin, Carolyn Shirley, Sandra LaCicero, Holly Lock, Anita Strouse, Karen Arbuckle Karen
Sigler, Mr. DiFiore. Second Row: Pamela lsbell, Rita Simmons, Pat Marley, Mary Banda, Judy Combs, Alicia Mullins, Jane Strohm, Kay Portlerfield 8
Marjorie Winter, Mary Bristol. '
First Row: Sharon Knight, Lynn Barrett, Judy Meadows, Paula Blankinship, Connie Zimmerman, Mary Smiley, Lynn Keller, Carol Johnson, Donna Moore
Betty Lou Kautto, Carol Echols, Kathy Taylor, Linda Mills, Joan Mariala. Second Row: Barbara Bennett, Carol Mathlin, Joanne Carr, Joann Portlock
Maxine Ihara, Theresa Gilles, Susan Mathis, Mary Duarte, Jean Strohm, Linda Anderson, Judy Trisler, Nancy Osborn, Lois Wroge. Third Row: Richard
Hollins, Richard Woodard, John Lehr, David Nelson, Susan Sparks, Kimi Takeuchi, Linda Weister, Charlotte McComas, Linda Sweet, Judy Hagan, Kathy
lngrum, Jonnie Weingartin, Barbara Adams, Tom Megow, Gary Olsen, Bobbie Huggins, Kathy Brady, Vi Lucero. Fourth Row: David Steel, Bruce Norman
Jim Armstrong, Bob Weister, Richard Connett, Nelson Stanley, Bill Saine, Jon Hunter.
C. S. F. UPGRADES ACTIVITIES
California Scholarship Federation is a statewide
honor society, Torrance High School scholarship
members belonging to Chapter i2i of this or-
ganization. Membership consists of students
maintaining better than average academic
Students continuing membership for four semes-
ters in the last three years of high school, one
being in the Senior year, are eligible to become
seal bearers or life members. Those students
making life membership at the end of the first
semester were Barbara Adams, Carol Johnson,
Carol Mathlin, Donna Moore, Dave Nelson, Mary
Smiley, and Kathy Taylor.
This year, the Scholarship Federation did many
things under the leadership of a very capable
cabinet. Club officers were Carol Johnson, Pres-
ident, Lynn Keller, Vice-President, Donna Moore,
Secretary, and Mary Smiley, Treasurer during the
Spring semester officers were Bob
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Mathlin, Barbara Adams, Kathy Taylor, and Dave Nelson.
Weister, President, Joanne Carr, Vice-President,
Susan Sparks, Secretary, and Kimi Takeuchi,
Treasurer. Along with their advisors, Mrs. Alice
Hammond and Dr. Carl Ahee, the group spon-
sored a field trip to UCLA on April 7th for both.
first and second semester members. Students
also attended a CSF conference at L.A. State Col-
lege on April 30.
Club officers, front row: Lynn Keller and Joanne Carr.
Back row: Donna Moore, Carol Johnson, Susan Sparks,
Kimiye Takeuchi and Mary Smiley.
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First Row: Linda Williams, Bonnie Stanton, Sharon Lee, Randy Garrett, Margaret Sorenson, Sharon Murphy, Brenda Jones,. Sharon Otleson, Ann Beth
Blount, Sandy Crabtree, Glenda Baber. Linda Harcourt, Mr. Axworthy, Lenora Calitri, Janice Jones, Joanne Moore, Linda Beatly, Beth Fisher, Pat Miller,
Chickie Sciarrotta, Pat Anderson, Kris Reed, Colleen Chandler, Carol Johnson. Second Row: Sharon Ricci, Carol Nelson, Ruth Napoleon, Evelyn Ross,
Gladys Broby, Bev Anderson, Donna Houston, June Fariss, Joyce O'Dell, Alvenia Serianni, Betty Watson, Nancy Hornbeck, Carol Vorhis, Mona Glover,
Sheila Bainer, Loretta Linderman, Diane Hodgson, Melanie Mounger, Mae Denton, Judy Minor, Yvonne Graham, Marilyn Holcolm, Judy Raymond,
Brooke Linderman. Third Row: Ken Myers, Jim Sopp, Jim Echols, Rick Hood, Joe Solis, Bill Wilson, Jim Hester, Bill White, Duane Wyrick, Ronnie Kendall,
Mike Sargent, Phil Cosby, Larry Melton, Jim Pritchard, Art Grant, Mike Hersha, Darrell Snow, Larry Rhyne,
LARGE CHOIR EXCELS
The seventy-voice Tartar Choir participated in
many successful activities this year, lending its
art to several musical presentations. The mem-
bers, carefully selected last year by Mr. Roger
Axworthy, teacher and director, perfected some
beautiful arrangements and applied them to
the world's favorite songs.
The choir was in fine voice at the Christmas and
Clean Campus Aud-Calls, and in the i960 Va-
riety Show gave one of the best performances
ever by a choir at Torrance. They sang also in
the annual Spring Concert.
A new and exciting highlight in Tartar Choir
activities was the Operetta at the end of the
year. Gilbert and Sullivan's "Trial By Jury"
,,...f-" was skillfully given in May and was enioyed by
both adults and students in a successful climax
to the year's activities.
Diane Martin, Judith Rayner, Mr. Macaray, Alvenia
Serianni, and Kimi Takeuchi diligently race with their
deadline for production of the 1960 TORCH.
Mr. Snyder, music teacher, directs the Tartar Band at one
ofthe pep rallies.
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First Row, Tom Megow, Donna Moore, Second Row: Charlotte McComas, June Farris, Kimi Takeuchi, Vi Lucero, Alvenia Serianni, Martha Mullen, Vernon
Lamphere. Third Row: Sondra Rosencrantz, Roegena James, Diana Cooper, Brooke Linderman, Jonora Wiengarten, Brenda Dickson,
El. CLUB ESPANOI. LES l-'Al-QlSll1NS
To promote understanding toward the people south of
the border, to spread the Spanish culture, and to pro-
mote understanding of the Spanish language - these
are the purposes of the active Spanish Club.
An installation, followed by swimming at the home of
advisor, Mrs. Gladys Kennedy, began the fall semester's
activities. This was soon followed by a successful "pop-
corn ball sale" in November, and a party at Christmas
featuring the re-enactment of the travels of Joseph and
Mary on Christmas Eve, the singing of Christmas carols
in Spanish, and the breaking of the traditional pinata.
The Spring semester activities were highlighted by a
Spring party and the celebration of Cinco de Mayo by
a trip to Olvera Street in Los Angeles.
First and second semester officers were Donna Moore
and Tom Megow, presidents, Bill Miller and Diane
McNiel, vice presidents, Kimi Takeuchi and Vi Lucero,
secretaries, Tom Megow and Sharon Watkins, treasurers,
The French Club of Torrance High, appropriately named
Les Parisiens, was assembled this year with a member-
ship comprised of French ll and lll students and past
members of French classes. The goal of the Les Parisiens
is to extend the culture and heritage of France to its stu-
dents learning the language.
Since many of the activities were originated in the
French ll and lll classes, under the direction of teacher
and sponsor, Mr. Louis Bereskin, they were co-ordinated
wtih studies of the language. One aspect of learning
French was cultivated by the new "language lab," a
room full of mechanical devices to help students learn
grammar and vocabulary by listening to records and
tapes, This method was much enioyed by the students.
Les Parisiens officers were Noel Shire and Kathy Brady,
Presidents, Kathy Brady and Nancy Osborn, Vice Presi-
dents, Nancy Osborn and Judi McTee, Secretaries, Lynne
Hyde and Diane Martin, Treasurers, and Bob Weister
and Lynne Hyde, Sergeants-at-Arms.
and Sandy Bailey and
Front Row: Lynne Hyde, Kathy Brady, Nancy Osborn, Bev Orend, Karen Keith, Diane Martin. Back Row: Kasey Crossman, Yvonne Graham, Sharon Mas-
cola, Bob Wiester, Bobbie Huggins, Delfia Elliott, Kathy Thorton.
Left To Right Lavonda Bornes, Margaret Townsend, Joann Kryda, PaTsy l-lardage, Arlene Russell, Mrs. Sanders, Tom Coleman.
JUNICDR RED CROSS HEALTH CAREER
The AJRC, more commonly known as The American Junior
Red Cross, is one of The many worThwhile and inTeresTing
clubs on The Torrance High School campus. The sTudenTs
in This club have joined American Junior Red Cross To
help achieve iTs aims by working TogeTher wiTh mem-
bers of The Red Cross organizaTions in our own and
oTher lands. The aims of The group are To serve oThers
- our counTry, 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. Working wiTh The members of This group in all
of Their meefings and proiecTs was Mrs. Sanders, school
nurse and AJRC advisor.
The purpose of The HealTh Careers Club is iusf as one
would suspecT - To furTher invesTigaTe career oppor-
Tunifies relafed To The problems and opporfunifies in
healTh. The acTiviTies are mainly carried Through as in-
dicafed by The inTeresTs of The group or individual mem-
bers. This year, The Healfh Career Club members have
had as a guesT speaker, Mrs. McAllisTer, Chief of Volun-
Teer Services aT Harbor General HospiTal. AT her visiT,
she spoke on The Candy STriper Program. Also on The lisi
of acTiviTies were films on Red Cross acTiviTies and a
field Trip To The Torrance Public l-lealTh DeparTmenT for
an explorafion of The funcfions and services of The healTh
deparTmenT. Officers for This year were Gerrie Moore,
presidenfg Sharon Peferson, Vice-presidenT, and MargareT
Left To Right: MargareT Townsend, Joann Kryda, Lovanda Barnes, PaTsy l-lardage Mrs. Sanders, Arlene Russell.
Left to right: Chris Patrick, Dave Cooper, Richard Hollins, Bruce Norman, Gary Olsen, Mike Metzner, Richard Fisher, Larry Hendrickson.
Students interested in making engineering Their life's
work have gotten together to torm the club known as
Future Engineers. The members of this club study and
take part in activities similar to those ot men in the
As part ot these activities the club went on a tield trip
with the Science Club to Loyola University to visit the
Loyola science department, A plan tor a constitution
was seriously discussed as it is a new club and the
members wish to put their program into more official
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First Row: Joyce Radford, Sharon Magner, Carol Johnson, Karen Nystedt, Barbara Wilson, Martha Mullens. Second Row: Kathy Taylor, Bev Orend, Lynne
Hyde, Vickie Hippick, Susan Hammack, Paula Blankinship.
Students interested in the teaching tield have devoted
one ot their classes to the Future Teachers program. The
students go to Torrance Elementary tor one hour daily
and help the teachers in the class activity. They also plan
a lesson and teach the class one day a week. This is a
great aid in obtaining practical experience in the teach-
ing tield. Grades from kindergarten through eighth
grade are involved in the program. This helps the
teachers and the student both. Each student in this way
can prepare tor his future in the teaching field. The
students are learning to work with the children and
teachers and they teel that patience is one ot the biggest
problems involved in this vocation. Mr. Smith, the Busi-
ness Education Director, has done a real great iob in
setting up this program. This is a very rewarding ex-
perience and any one interested in teaching can profit
a great deal from this program.
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The Science Club consisTs of sTudenTs who are inTeresTed
in delving inTo diTTerenT phases of science. Along wiTh
Mr. McKnighT, Their sponsor, They look inTo The ever
wondering Tield oT science. The members of The Science
Club worked very hard To make This year's Science Fair
a huge success.
First Row: Fred Sachs, Bill Saine, Mike Raneses, Dennis AlbrighT, Larry ReinTsma, .lim Pulliam, Ed HousTon, Floyd Ramsey, Gary Olsen, Mr. McKnighT.
Second Row: Chris PaTrick, John Hollins, Dave Cooper, Mike MeTzner, Carey Van de Wefering, Jon HunTer, Jim Pritchard, Bruce Norman.
Music is wonderful and wiTh a club like The STudenT
BroadcasTing Club on campus you can'T miss wiTh music.
They play records aT lunch To make our lunch period
much more enioyable. The records are boughT by The
club or borrowed Trom sTudenTs and are used To Till ouT
The reperToire of music played during lunch. The sTudenT
council is now building up a collecTion of records Tor
clubs To use during dances. They are renTed on The
basis ThaT you may use The records buT you have To
give Two new records To The collecToin. Mr. D. SmiTh,
sponsor, has done a fine job in promoTing The S.B.C.
on our campus.
LeTT To Right: Richard Fisher, Wayne Hawkins, Wayne Hughes, Mr. SmiTh, Earl Newsom, Roger Baker.
Front Row: Don Bell, Sally Wyrick, Sheryl Sells, Patricia Milligan, David Ludwig, Connie Owens, Eugene Anderson, Pat Holland, Wilma Johnson. Second
Row: James Dawson, Co-Captain, Arthur Badger, Duane Wyrick, Pat Alter, Marc Simons, Greg Sciarotta, John Friedemann, Gregory Simmons, Gene
Luevano, Danny George, James Stowe, John Alter. Third Row. Larry Flagg, Robert Baumann, Ronald Dutton, Mike Hadley, John lngraham, Allan Hay,
Roger Williams, Robert Murphy, James Lewis, David Wright, Mike Sullivan, Kathy Singleton, Larry Rhyne, John Coon, Floyd Ault, William Hermann,
Paul Wright, Captain. Standing: Mr. Snyder, Director. Missing from picture: Gary Wiebe, Mary Lou Howe, Randy Hester, Robert Sales, Edythe Bischoff,
David Strayer, Marion Bell, Jerry Roberts, Donald Piet.
TARTAR BANDS PLAY CDN . . .
The Tartar Band had a busy year. At home football
games, half time shows were performed with brilliance
and precision. Within the Tartar Band are two pep
bands, the Maroon Band, and the Gray Band which
boosted our spirits at basketball games, away football
games and pep rallies. Highlights in the Tartar Band's
activities were participation in the Band Day sponsored
by USC. and the All-Western Band Review at Long
During the concert season, the Band performed at various
Torrance Grade Schools, the Annual Spring Concert and
The purpose of the Astronomy Club is to promote gen-
eral interest in astronomy and to assist students in
securing information related to science.
The Astronomy Club's first activity was a snow-cone
sale. The second activity of the year was an observation
of the moon through Mr. lnkin's telescope. They also
had reports on subjects like Rockets and Missiles, Nova,
the White Dwarfs and the structure of the sun, all re-
lated to astronomy.
ln the future the club plans on having more reports. The
members feel this is an important part of the club. They
also plan on building a telescope and taking trips to
Astronomy Club officers for the year were Richard Steele,
President, Mike Ranases, Vice President, Sharyn Foster,
Secretary, and Ronnie Surber, Treasurer.
Front Row: Mike Raneses, David Strayer, Eddie Myers, Ronnie Surber, Joel Devenish, Mark Davis. Second Row: Mike Hadley, Tim May, Wayne Hawkins,
92 David Steele, Fred Sachs, Mike Langum.
The TarTar Dance Band has been organized as
a class, meeTing sevenTh period, This swinging
group has done yeomans' work in providing
music for sock hops, The Senior Play, The Elemen-
Tary Music Fesfival, The VarieTy Show, The TalenT
Show and The One ACT Plays.
Under Mr. Snyder's capable leadership, This
year has seen a wonderful developmenT of TarTar
FirsT Row: Mike Hadley, Ronald DuTTon, Larry FIGQQI Meryle Korpl Arfhur Badger Vicki SmiTh Second Row Mr Snyder Allan Hay Gregg Simmons
John Alter, Danny George, Paul Wrighf, Mike Sullivan.
Front row: Mary-Smiley, Carol Vorhis, John Whitacre, Donna Moore, Barbara Adams, Lisa Smith, Jeanne Sprout, Sue Archer. Back row: Art Murphy,
Joel Whitman, Jim White, Pat Alter, Dora Rodrequez, Lynn Nunn, Anita Courtney, Jim Pritchard, Gene McKinley, Patch Horton, Mr. Axworthy.
PRESS ACTIVITIES INTEREST MANY
The Press Club is open to all those students interested
in writing and iournalism, whether they are on the
TNT staff or not. This year, the organization has been
very active. Among their many activities they partici-
pated in were a field trip to The Los Angeles Times, a
theater party to see Ben Hur, and a tour of a television
studio. Leading the organization were first semester
officers Barbara Adams, President, Frances Adams, Vice-
President, Kimi Takeuchi, Secretary, Judy Sutton, Treas-
urer, and Jim Pritchard, Sergeant-at-Arms. The second
semester officers were Jim Pritchard, President, Frances
Adams, Vice-President, Judy Sutton, Secretary-Treasurer,
and Anita Courtny, Sergeant-at-Arms. Acting as sponsor
for the group was Mr. Roger Axworthy, iournalism
The Torrance News Torch, the offical news publication
at THS, is published by the iournalism class. Heading
this year's staff were Barbara Adams and Frances
Adams, as editors-in-chief. Feature editor Donna Moore
and Sports editor John Whitacre colordinated pages
three and four, The TNT is edited bi-weekly, with spe-
cial editions at Christmas and graduation. Activities
for the staff have included field trips to the Los Angeles
Times, Los Angeles City Hall, and the El Camino Press
Day where reporter Jim Pritchard won a first-place tro-
phy in the feature writing division. The staff has also
previewed various motion pictures before their release.
First Row: Mary Smiley, Carol Vorhis, Barbara Adams, Jim Pritchard, Fran Adams, Kimi Takeuchi. Second Row: Earl Newson, Margaret Aarup, Anita
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One of The busiest and hardest-working organ-
izations on campus was The T960 TORCH Staff,
Those Thirteen writers, artists, photographers,
Typists and clerks are responsible Tor putting out
The school annual.
ln The Tourth period class designated Tor work
on The TORCH were Kimi Takeuchi and Gracie
Connett, working on layout and advertising,
Cliff Weimer and Tom Richardson doing The
sports, Judith Rayner and Diane Martin Taking
charge of The annual sales and The organization
Other members of The staff were Nancy Osborn,
who coordinated copy anal worked on The senior
section, Alvenia Serianni, who also worked on
seniors anal did The secretarial work, Linda Mills
and Lynn ST. Onge, activities editors, Judi McTee,
underclassmen, and Larry Hendrickson and Jon
Schotanus, The hard working TORCH photog-
There were many deadlines to meet, and The
direction and encouragement of etticient co-
editors, Lynne Hyde and Carol Mathlin and ad-
visor Mr. Macaray, were much appreciated by
The staff. The result was a book that was beTTer-
than-ever and one that was The largest in TORCH
history, with 156 pages.
Lynn ST. Onge, Activities: Linda Mills, Activities.
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I959 Homecoming Queen
All in smiles are the top 15 semi-finalists for 1959 Homecoming Queen, Lynne Hyde, Beverly Orend, Susan Hammack, Carol Donaher, Sharon Ricci,
Denise Hunter, Sheila Thornberry, Vicky Hippik, Donna Ritchie, Linda Williams, Sondra Hanni, Patsy Cochran, Carol Johnson, Flora Watson and
not pictured is Donna Moore.
The reign of Diana Cook, 1958 Homecoming Queen
comes to an end as she crowns the queen for 1959,
BEAUTY REIGNS .
Traditionally, Homecoming is one of the most exciting times of
the school year, and Homecoming 1959, which took place on
Friday, November 6, was no exception. From the time the first
ballot was cast for Queen until the ceremonies on the big night,
excitement was the keynote.
At the halftime of an exciting game with Aviation High School,
1958 Queen Diana Cook crowned Linda Williams 1959 Home-
coming Queen before a capacity crowd, Linda's Princesses,
Denise Hunter, Lynne Hyde, Beverly Orend, and Sharon Ricci,
their escorts, Lynn Keller, Don Cannon, Ken Rubart, and Jim
Armstrong, and Linda's escort David Nelson waited as her court
during the ceremonies. After the Coronation, the Queen and her
court sat in a special part of the stands with the girls' proud
When the game concluded, the court led much of the crowd to
the Homecoming Dance. Many students and alumni attended
and it topped off a very successful Homecoming.
"Coffee or tea?" asks Marcell Cook as she serves Sheila Thornberry and Denise
Hunter, two of the top 15 semi-finalists at the annual Homecoming Tea.
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Queen Linda and her escort Don Osborne dance the traditional
first waltz at the 1959 Homecoming Dance,
At the annual Homecoming Dance the members of e royal court who radiate their happiness are Denise Hunter, Lynne Hyde, Queen Linda Williqmg
Taking time out from the busy duties of their offices are four members
of the first semester council: Lynn Keller, Court Judge, Linda Williams,
Commissioner of Pep, Susan Hammock, Senior Class President, and Mike
Walker, A.S.B. President.
Pictured is ct small number of seniors waiting in line to get their senior
sweaters and iackets.
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linda Capps, first place, and Kathleen Brady, second place, finalists
in the Posture Week Contest.
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Resting between rushes of eager students purchasing A.S.B. cards and
tickets to the first football game, is the familiar old "shack."
Three "Lonely Frogs," Donna Moore, Judy Hagen, and Carol Johnson,
pose after their performance in the Girls' League-Tartar Lady aud-call.
Clean campus campaign goes into full swing as first semester A.S.B.
President Mike Walker distributes clean campus pledges to Linda Mills
and Nancy Osborn and Court Judge Lynn Keller and Lynne St. Onge
read special clean campus issue ot the Torrance News Torch.
WAC Sergeant Ellsworth answered the questions of many girls during
Armed Forces Visitation day on November li. The girls interested
met in the library to hear about military careers for women.
Students enioy the first dance of the year which was sponsored by the
Varsity Club, after the Redondo football game.
Linda Williams emphasizes the importance of clean campus to an
underclassman at the clean campus campaign aud-call.
Mr. Goon and his bones provided a variety of entertainment at one
of the funniest aud-calls ot the year.
' '60 PLAY
"You don't have to support me," says Carol Mathlin as she faints
into the arms of Phil Cosby, while naive Nancy Osborn looks on.
"Gather 'round, all yo' li'l pickaninies," says Carol Mathlin as
Nancy Osborn, practicing her ballet, amazes Jim Pritchard.
Behind stage as Carol Mathlin and Carey Van DeWetering await Waiting in the wings are the senior actors and actresses, Carol
their cues, Flora Watson, student director, discusses with Mickey VOVl'1iS, Vi l-UCSFO, Jim While, Phil COSbY, Gnd BGrbC1rC1 Adams,
em-mn when to pull the curtain. during the December 4th performance of the Senior Play.
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"It's bigger than both of us," complain Linda Williams and Susan Saari, as they struggle
with the twelve foot Christmas tree for the Girls' League aud-call.
A radio play to commemorate the Nativity was given at the 1959 Christmas aud-call on
December 9. Playing maior parts were drama students Noel Shire, Chuck Litaker, and Carol
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Claus is Coming to Town," warns this quartet of
iuniors, Marilyn Holcomb, Sue Larson, Judy Minor, and Nancy
Hornbeck, iust before the arrival of "Santa Belknap" at the
Before Christmas vacation many generous students donated
cans of food for the needy families of Torrance. Mr. Johnston
helps load the truck to deliver the food.
Winter formal "Winter Interlude" was a big success as beautiful gir
handsome young men dance to the music ofthe Notables.
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What would a basketball game be without popcorn? Here we have Gordon Walker buying a box of popcorn
from Mary Smiley.
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Taking advantage of his democratic right, Tom Richardson picks up a
at the polls.
At the installation aud-call Mr. Caldwell gives the oath of office to the new
student council members.
Busy with their rehearsals for "Ten Little Indians" are Thespian members
Jim White, Noel Shire, Lynn Keller and Pat King.
Stan Gonta, candidate for second semester A.S.B. President, practices his c
candidates, Carol Johnson and Roy Yanase.
Jack Singer, first semester Boys' League President, discusses the plans for
the Christmas Aud-Call with his cabinet.
Jim May, Carol Mathlin, Bill Miller, and Gary Blakley rehearse for the Na-
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ampaign speech for the two other
Rally Club members, Nancy Sullivan, Lois Wroge, Trudy Eddy, and Trudy
Johnson decorate the goal post for the final football game of the season.
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Going over the script for the 1960 Variety Show, February 5
and 6, are two members of the cast. Pat King portrayed the
make-up girl and Jim White was both the father and the
"Double bubble, toil and trouble," chants the sorcerer, Noel
Shire, as he stirs up a variety of entertainment tor "A Sum-
mer ln Connecticut."
VARIETY .... THE
Students dance to music provided by Judy Minor, Sue Larson, and Marilyn Holcomb in the
1960 Variety Show, "Summer in Connecticut."
As the Variety Show progresses, dancers Lynne Hyde, and Linda Williams do an interpretive
dance to "Smokey Part I," as other participants and stage crew look on.
SPICE GF LIFE
This group of sophomores couIdn't stand the peace and quiet of Vampira's music so they
cut loose with some of their own. Doing a pantomime to "Ol' Man River" for the Variety
Show are Sharon Radi, Roxanne Barnard, Marcell Cook, Sharon Clark, Karen Henderson,
Judie McTee, and Trudy Church.
Sharon Clark practices her act while other participants and stage crew for "A Summer in
Connecticut" look on.
Mike Mullen and Jim White discuss the adventures of a
"Summer in Connecticut" with Mike's mother, Melanie
Miss Larson, drama teacher, goes over the script for the 1960
Variety Show, "A Summer in Connecticut," with Jim White
and Mike Mullen, members ofthe cast.
Noel Shire looks for "The Voice" in the one act play as
Linda Kraegel holds the set up from backstage.
Maggie, Gwen Pekutowski, becomes hard to control when told she is a monkey in the play,
"Casting My Spell." Lynn Keller, with the aid of Jim Pritchard and Barbara Adams, tries
desperately to break the hypnotic trance as actors and stage crew look on from wings.
Pat King tries t'o convince her disinterested parents that she needs a pair of new shoes in Lynn Keller becomes amazed at his own hypnotic powers
"Della," written by Linda Kraegel, when Horse, Jim Pritchard, nearly falls. Maggie, Gwen
Piekutowski looks on in the comical one act play, "Casting
My Spell," written by Barbara Adams
'The Champs," a musical group, provided T.H.S. with one of the greatest aud-calls of the year
iuring Prom Week, March 28 through April l.
Carol Johnson and Jerry Roberts congratulate each other for winning the From Week Talent Show.
Jerry won first place for playing the accordion and Carol won second for her solo, "That Lucky
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the Lions Club Speech Contest. l'lOliClGy-
The appearance of spring never fails to bring colorful cotton dresses. Judie Sherwood, Karen
Henderson, Charene Alarcon, Nancy Hornbeck, and Loretta Kennedy are a few of the girls who
were wearing cool, summer dresses.
Jon Lehr and Tom Coleman are attended by Gail Hyde and Joyce Keeler at the annual Roman
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John Lehr, emperor of The Roman Banquet, and his assistant, Tom Coleman are
his slaves, Janet Coleman, Joyce Keeler, Gail Hyde, and Virginia Juvet
Diane Martin, Linda Mills, and Judy Rayner enioy the
chance to wear Capris for the Girls' League Slack and
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A familiar landmark at Torrance High is the
pond in the senior patio.
Ken Mitchell, Robert Moiner, Tom McMaster,
Butch Cowan, and Russ Roberts relax after a
busy evening at the All Night Party.
Alvenia Serianni, Mr. Macaray, art teacher, and
Lindo Mills look at one ot the paintings under
consideration for the Senior Class of 1960 to
present to the school.
As the seniors leave they will always take with them the things they learned
here. This night view of the main entrance to the school is seldom seen by
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Some of the seniors who enioy dancing at the All Night Porty are Linda
Mills, Ken Mitchell, Sharon Magner, Butch Cowan, Karen Lind, Russ Roberts,
Lynne St. Onge, and Robert Mainer,
Graduating seniors "live it up" at the May-
flower Ballroom for the All Night Party. On
stage are Linda Mills, Ken Mitchell, Karen
Lind, Russ Roberts, Lynne St. Onge, and Rob-
ert Mainer, Tom McMaster, Sharon Magner,
and Butch Cowan are seated in front.
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Mitchell, Lynne St. Onge, Robert Mainer, Russ
Roberts, and Karen Lind.
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Butch Cowan, Karen Lind, Tom McMaster, Lynne
St. Onge, and Robert Mainer,
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Cowan. Bottom Row: Manager Jan Taute, Stan Gonta, Paul Rushfield, Tom McMaster, Don Dobrick, Frank Graieda, Dave Woodward, Joe Montgomery,
Jerry McLean, Dave Fiorelli.
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GOAL TO GO
The Tartar eleven started the 1959 football season with
a mild upset win over highly-rated Bay League con-
tender, Redondo 12-6. Next, the Maroon and Gray
edged out a physically stronger Inglewood eleven 13-12
to conquer its second Bay League opponent and finish
an undefeated practice schedule.
Opening league play with Lennox, the Tartars, already
hampered by iniuries, easily rolled over the Lancers
33-0 with Joe Montgomery and Howard Taylor pro-
viding the back-breaking punch.
Perhaps the most exciting game of the season was the
27-14 Torrance High defeat at the hands of the league
champions South High. Overlooking the fact that four
of their five backfield men were sidelined with injuries,
the Tartar team entered the game confident and eager.
A bad pass from center gave the Spartans an early
touchdown. On the next play, first team defensive man
Stan Gonta went out of the game with a hip iniury.
After a Spartan pass interception and two Tartar fum-
bles, South led at the half 14-0. To add tothe in-
iuries all-league Joe Montgomery separated his shoulder,
for the second time of the season, after a 40 yard run
on the last play of the half.
Opening the second half with only one regular starter,
Howard Taylor, in the backfield iand he switched to
half from O.B.l the never-say-die Tartars marched 70
yards and scored on a pass to Cliff Weimer. But before
another minute passed the Tartars last regular back,
Howard Taylor was out of the game with an eye iniury.
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rushes in to assist.
Head Coach Irwin. Kasten and Assistant Coach Paul Foster.
The Tartars limped on with Joe Montgomery coming
back into the game for one play and one touchdown
as he returned a kickoff over 70 yards for Torrance's
last score. But experience paid off in the closing minutes
and after a gallant Tartar goal line stand for three plays
on the one yard line the Spartans passed the ball to
tally their victorious 27- 14 score.
Outstanding backs Joe Montgomery, Howard Taylor,
and Pat Stewart gave the Tartars fine offensive power
while steady linemen like all-C.l.F. and Prep All Ameri-
can Stan Gonta, all-league Phil Nickols, and regular
starters Vernon Davis, Jack Singer, Tom McMaster, Dave
Fiorelli, Cliff Weimer, Leon Wisham, Bob Mainer, Butch
Cowan, Tom Holdsworth made up one of the strongest
defensive units in Torrance High history.
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Yutaka Ohta, Erv Palica, Joel Redmond, Joel Devenish. Bottom Row: Bob Stout, Jim Mitchell, Richard Woodward, Joe Solis, Julian Almaraz, Joe Van
Huss, Mike Ciccini, Clyde Taylor, Harry Sippel, David Hendrix.
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Back Row: Darryl Snow, anager, George Oiard, John Cambon, Bob Clark, John Kohl, Mike Tracy, Larry Walker, John Keith, Tony Augustyn, Terry
Greason, Bob Roy.
"BS" STORM LEAGUE
With a nearly perfect record of seven wins, no losses, and one
tie, the undefeated "B's" swept to the Pioneer League Champion-
ship in great form. Boasting a fine defensive team that only al-
lowed three touchdowns to be scored against them, and an
equally spectacular group of offensive players, the "B's" scored
T72 points to their opponents' 20 for the season.
Led by co-captains Mike Tracy and Ric Hansen, the Tartar "B"
team was manned by probably the best backs in the league,
Tony Augustyn, a senior, and John Cambon, a sophomore,
aloing with outstanding linemen Dave Hendrix and Erv Palica.
Certainly these great players and their able teammates provided
many thrills for fans, especially in the El Segundo and Aviation
games. They deservedly were considered one of the greatest
"B" teams in Southern California, because of the recognized
toughness of the T959 Pioneer "B" League.
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return against a Pioneer League opponent.
Anxious Tartar "B's" await their turn to get into
Top Row: Manager Richard Steele, Bill Coffman, Ernie Clayton, Steve Waters, Dennis Dyer, Joe O'Neil, Gene Luevano, Larry Helphand, Robert Bailey,
Jim Campbell, Manager Rodger Williams. Bottom Row: Sonny- Summers, Dan George, Mike Parey, Jim Mullen, Jim Perucca, Ronnie Surber, Mike
Sullivan, Jim Cooper, Jim Cook, Mike Scirica,
NCS" WIN PRAISE
A fine Cee football team was organized this year, and they finished
a successful season with a record of three wins, one loss, and one
tie. Predominately a passing team, they averaged 280 yards per
game with an average of thirty passes attempted, and over half
Outstanding leadership was given by Captain Johnny O'Neil, who
completed T05 passes for over 900 yards, seven touchdowns and
two extra points. Also outstanding during the season was Gene
Luevano, silver-fingered left end, who caught 27 passes for two
touchdowns and two extra points. Another receiver who was very
fast when snagging a pass was Jim Coffman, who caught 29 passes
for two touchdowns and two extra tallies. On the defensive team,
John Ricci played a spectacular season at defensive back, and was
also the team punter.
Coaches John Ogle and Howard Towle
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TQ Row' Mike Venable Wille Baker, John Clements, Don Alles, Don Coil, Marty Holly, Mark Vasquez, Pete Moore, Al D'Ornelas, Johnny O'Neil,
Jim Nechhvatal Bottom Row: Gary Haworth, Mike Heath, Billy McGinnis, Gilbert Griego, James Brennan, Al Hagenbaugh, Bill Armstrong, John Ricci,
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helf-back Alan D'Ornellas. After a hard tight by both teams, the game ended
up in a 6-6 tie.
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worth, No. 70, backing up the tackle. Although the defensive team played
a fine game, the Tartars came out on the short end of a 24-14 score.
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Homecoming Queen Linda Williams at the Homecoming Dance helcl in
the Torrance Armory.
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to insure a gain. The Tartors were victorious, with a score of i2-6
in this first practice game of the year.
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CRCDSS - CCDUNTFQY THINCLAVDS SHOW
Running in the strong Pioneer League, the Tartar's
Cross Country team defeated all the league members
with the exception of Aviation, in dual meets. In
the league finals they placed third behind Aviation,
eventual CIF Small School Champions, and Culver
City, the third place CIF finalists. Led by Captain
and Blanket Award winner Mike Walker, and Tor-
rance's leading runner Mike Thornton, the Tartars
posted a 5-I dual meet record. The Varsity team in-
cluded the following fine runners - John Gable,
Larry Salas, Tony Bereford, Joel LeDoux, Pat Walker,
and Al Severson. Highlights of the season included
a third place finish at the Mount San Antonio In-
vitational, and first place at the Banning Jamboree.
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Thornton, who placed third at Mt. Sac. and eventu-
ally finished third in the CIF finals.
The Junior Varsity, like their Varsity counterpart,
posted a 5-I dual meet record. Led by Captain Bob
Henderson, the Junior Varsity tied Aviation's CIF
champs for the league title. Other outstanding
records include the posting of a perfect score at
Mount San Antonio and the fine running of Roger
Baker and Bob Henderson in the CIF finals.
The Novices, captained by Jim Masaki, climaxed a
fine year by winning the league crown and posting
a fine season record.
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Tartar Cross Country team is shown after a big victory over Beverly Hills.
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Tgliqjuiy Roger Baker, Dion Dyer, Paul Harestad, Dave Ohler, Charles Myers, Tom Sloat Richard Rozendal, Dennis Dyer, Ron Douglas, Leo Madrano,
'om La' Tom Sackman, John Frasard, Fred Sacks. Second Row: lvor Samson, Earl Yanase, Terry Augustyn, Jim Masaki, Tom Baligad, Gene Ambrose,
Ro in Moffit, Gil Wilson, Bill Pitts, John Stoddard, Jim Pulliam, Ethan Tallant, Bob Henderson, Robert Pupkoff. Bottom Row: Jerry Goins, Mike Walker,
Joel LeDoux, Larry Salas, Tony Bareford, John Gable, Mike Thornton, Pat Walker, Al Severson.
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Thornton. Finishing third is Larry Salas. Tartars won hands
T.H.S, 35, Aviation 2O, Lawndale O, El Segundo 65, Jordan l5l
T.H.S 33, Culver City 39, South High 53
T.H.S. 24, Banning 5l, Narbonne 55, Gardena l3l
T.H.S. 22, Lennox 69
T.H.S, 23, South 35, El Segundo 65
T.H.S. l9, Beverly Hills 43, Lavvndale O
T.H.S. - 3rd Place Pioneer League
T.H.S. - 3rd Place Mt. San Antonio lnvitationl
Mike Thornton - 3rd Place CIF Finals
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Bill Williams, Bob Weister, Mike Challis, Lynn Keller, Henry Roberts, Bill Reinert, Rusty Roberts, and Captain Howard Taylor.
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The Varsity cagers with only two returning let-
terman, Bill Reinert and Henry Roberts, won
eleven games in what might have been called a
"hot and cold" season. The Maroon and Gray
finished high in both the Pacific Shores and Bev-
erly Hills tournaments, losing both final games
in the consolation bracket by a total of only
tive points. Bob Weister iSecond Team Pioneer
Leaguel, amazed everyone with his long, accu-
rate iump-shots and also his league leading 19.7
average tor T2 games. Bob set a new Junior
scoring record, breaking Rich RutteI's record ot
Guard Bill Reinert was selected on the First Team
in the Beverly Hills tournament and was also
selected on the First Team All-Pioneer League.
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Bill Reinert dribbles past Jerry Schipper and Mike Andrews of South High in a
successful lay-up. Tartars won 56 to 45.
T.H.S. 49 .. .. Bellflower T.H.S. 'El Segundo
T.H.S. 62 ....... Redondo T.H.S. 'Beverly Hills
T.H.S. 52 Santa Monica T.H.S. ........ 'South
T.H.S. 56 ....... Glendale T.H.S. ..... Sierra
T.H.S. 53 ..... Hawthorne T.H.S. . 'Lennox
T.H.S Morningside T.H.S . . 'Aviation
T.H.S. 63 ....... Leuzinger T.H.S . 'Culver City
T.H.S. 53 ....... Leuzinger T.H.S. . 'El Segundo
T.H.S. 60 ..... Mira Costa T.H.S 'Beverly Hills
. 52 ..... Montebello
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T.H.S. 49 .... 'Culver City
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Howard Taylor, No. 43, scores an easy two points against
Lennox. Bob Weister, No. 15, and Bill Roberts, No. 25, stand
bv waiting to help.
Bob Weister, No. 'l4, makes two points against South High. Bill
Reinert, No. i2, Bill Roberts, No. 24, and Howard Taylor, No. 42,
all scored in helping Tartars to win.
Lynn Keller, No. 34, does the Cha-Cha while waiting for the
rebound, Bob Weister waits anxiously in the background, l27
Left to Right: Bob Clark, Blain McCusker, Pat Walker, Cliff Weimer, Howard Achenback, Terry Taylor, Paul Bush, Tom Kasterko, Tom O-iard, Tom
Holdsworth, Damon Wisham.
Blain McCusker goes up for a jump ball against South High.
Our Tartars won 47 to 29.
56 ...... Bellflower ...... 32
58 ...... Redondo ...... 29
54 ..... Santa Monica ..... 37
73 ...... Leuzinger ...... 39
49 ...... Mira Costa ...... 35
47 ..... fCulver City ..... 37
33 ..... XEI Segundo ..... 32
38 .... xBeverly Hills .... 48
47 ..... 'South High ..... 29
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57... .. 'Lennox .. ...27
67. . . . 'Aviation .... . .54
51 ..... 'fCulver City ..... 6l
50 ..... XEI Segundo ..... 57
57 ..... ":Beverly Hills ..... 36
79 ...... South High ...... 34
48 ....... "Lennox .. . . .33
73 ...... "Aviation ...... 52
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J. V. CAG-ERS
The Tartar Junior Varsity enioyed one of the most suc-
cessful seasons in recent years, winning sixteen and
dropping only three. The Tartars won eight straight
before dropping to Beverly Hills' five on the Torrance
court. The Tartars led through the first three periods.
Beverly Hills tied up the score with five minutes of
play, then went ahead of the Tartar five. Before the
Tartar Cagers could rack up any points, time ran out
with the score 48 to 38.
This year the team was led by two high scoring guards,
Blaine McCusker with an average of 9.9 for nineteen
games, and Terry Taylor with an ll.8 average for sev-
enteen games. The JV's came in second place in the
Pioneer League with a record of nine wins and three
Cliff Weimer, leading rebounder, set a record of 38 re-
bounds in one game, and finished the season with 276
for T8 games.
Howard Achenback was voted by his team mates as the
"Most Improved Player. Blaine McCusker was voted
"Honorary Captain" of the year. Terry Taylor was
awarded the "Most Val-uable Player." Rounding out
the team were Damon Wisham Bob Clark, Paul Bush,
Tom Oiard, Tom Holdsworth, Tom Kasterko, and Pat
Tom Kasterko ties up with a spunky Spartan, Blain McCusker
Manager Eugene Anderson, Tony Augustyn, Pete Mitchell, Terry Greason, Ron Campbell, crv Palica, Coach Ogle, George Oiard, John Orr, Larry Ascolesi,
Jim Brennan, Jerry McLean, Manager Bill McGuiness.
The "B" basketball squad showed much promise at The
beginning of The season, but slipped somewhat during
league play. The season record ot 6 wins and i3
losses does not clearly reflect the team's eTTorTs. ln
dividually, The Team developed some Tine material
that will be potential additions to next year's varsity.
Two fireballs of The club were Tony Augestyn and
Jerry McLean. Tony did a Tremendous iob leading The
team as captain. lrv Palica repeated last year's per-
formance by leading The Team both in points scored
and rebounds. By racking up T32 points he maintained
an 8.2 per cent, and had a Total ot T45 rebounds.
Jerry Mclean, who was voted by his team-mates as
most improved player, was a close second.
The C Team enioyed one oT it's most successful seasons.
As co-champions They shared The spotlight with Culver
City, The only club To defeat Them in Pioneer League
play. The first part of The season was nip and tuck
with a 3-5 record but The Cees climaxed The season
with i0 straight wins, 90 to HO points or an average
nf 35 each name,
Coach Ogle and Team Captain Jim DePosse.
Top Row: John Ricci, Mike Venable, Steve Waters, Jim DePosse, John O'Neill, James Masaki, Dave Rosen. Bottom Row: Manager Eugene Anderson,
Randy Hester, Jim Campbell, Ernie Clayton, Manager Bill MCC-Juiness,
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Coach Foster. Back Row: Jerry Goins, Ken Smith, Cliff Weimer, PcWl'Goodwin, Mike Walker, Pat Walker, Gary Hi on de Wetering, Wolter
Stocker, Ga rlond Roberts.
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The Tartor trock squod, led by severol fine performers had
one of their best seasons in recent yeors. The team could
boost of hoving several of Southern California's finest
individual trdck and field men. Mike Thornton, ot the time
of this writing, had run o -4:2l.l mile breaking Louis
Zamperini's 24 yeor record of 4:2l.2. Gary Huffmon hcid
lumped 6'2V2" for one of the sec1son's best iumps. The
distance medley squod held the foistest time in Colifornici
by late secison, This squad consisted of Tony Bctreford,
Mike Walker, John Goble and Mike Thorntorrif Severdlwfme
varsity performers were Jerry Ascolesi, Torn Sloctt, Lorry
McEliheny, Bob Kyle cind others.
The Bee's ond Cee's had very good teoms led by Mike
Tracy, Bob Henderson, Gary Schmidt, Bob Roy, Terry Augus-
tyn, and many others.
Front Row: Bob Weister, Jim Carter, Bob l-lagenbaugh, Gilbert Griego, Gary Schmidt, Dion Dyer, e, Charles Myers, George Oiard, Bill Reinert,
Second Row: Dave Ohlert, Bill Pitts, Allen D'OrnelIas, Dick Rosenthal, Dennis Dyer, Jim Masoki, 'MiJ4e'T-mcy, Dove Vtloodwa-rd, Terry Augustyn, Larry
Ascolesi Harold Fariss. Back Row: Dave Ludwig, Jim Allis, Robin Moffitt, Bob Pupkoff, Fred Cobur Ivor Somson, Jim Pulliam, Howard Taylor, Joe
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Mike Thornton led The Tarfars in many victories.
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Gary Huffman, T.H.S. high iumper, seems To clear The high iump bar wifh ease.
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Adolph Duran, Earl Yanase, Coach Hoag, Gilbert Griego, Yutaka Ohta.
The Torrance High School Wrestling Team of T959-60 enioyed its
most successful season in the four year history of wrestling at
Torrance High. The iunior varsity completed its first undefeated
dual match season winning twelve straight matches while the var-
sity had an enviable ten win and two loss record, remaining un-
defeated in the Pioneer League.
At the El Camino Invitational Tournament, the Tartar wrestlers
came through for a second place. First place trophies went to new-
comer Earl Yanase, and veterans Adolph Duran, and Dave Fiorelli.
Mike lrving took a second place, and Gilbert Griego and Dave
Woodward picked up third places in their respective weight classes.
In the Pioneer League Finals the Torrance team came through in a
big way taking first place with a resounding T25 points. First place
medal winners included sophomores Earl Yanase and Gilbert Griego,
iuniors Yataku Ohta, Don Dobrick, and Dave Woodward, seniors
Adolph Duran, Tom McMaster, and Dave Fiorelli. Junior Mike
Irvine took second in his weight class once again. The remainder of
Torrance's points were accounted for by Jack Singer's third place
and Frank Tuttle's fourth.
The climax of the season was the toughest C.l.F. championship tourn-
ament yet held in Southern California high school wrestling. Practic-
ally TOO schools were represented. Torrance qualified six boys for the
finals held at Redondo High School. However, Pacific High of San
Bernardino whom Torrance had beaten the week before in the
preliminaries had three wrestlers who came through with firsts
and seconds. No other team including Torrance could get more
than two boys in the championship bracket as the tournament
pressure increased. However, Torrance's fifth place was highly
creditable as the Tartars outscored every other team in the South
Bay area. The scores of the first five teams were as follows: Pacific
High lSan Bernardinol 37, Mt. Miguel lSan Diegol 29, lSan Diego
Highl 26, Lincoln lSan Diegol 24, Torrance 23. Sophomore, Earl
Yanase closed out a brilliant season of 29 wins and two losses
by capturing Torrance's first C,I.F. Wrestling championship in the
98 lb, class.
Earl Yanase, 98 lb. Tartar Sophomore became the first
T.H.S. wrestler to win the C.I.F. championship,
Dave Woodward gets ready to set out against a Culver
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Woodward, Yutaka Ohta, Earl Yanase. Middle Row: Mike Tracy, Dave Nelson, Gerald Gains, Leo Medrano, John Stoddard, Jim Pulliam, Richard Ricks,
William Patterson, Robin Motfitt, John Hawks, Jim Mullen, Rudy Beltran, Bill Saine. Top Row: Eric Hansen, John Carlson, Ken Neal, Ed Houston, Bob
Soniu, Dan Gentis, Gary Hilton, Mike Sargent, Tony Mavar, Dennis Albright, Randy Blair, David Knutson, Tom Coleman.
28 ........ Redondo ...
33... ..lnglewood ..
32... ..Leuzinger ...
38... .... Aviation ...
37. .. .... Morningside
43... . .Beverly Hills
25... . .Mira Costa .
39. .. ..El Segundo .
48. .. .... Culver City .
Dual Match Record
17 ........ Redondo .
34... Inglewood .
43. .. Leuzinger . .
43. .. Aviation . .
28, .. Morningside
44... Beverly Hills
21. .. Mira Costa
27. . . El Segundo
Mike Irvine is shown pinning an Aviation High grappler to the mat. The
Coach Hoag looks on as 98 lb. Larry Beltram tries a
hold on 230 lb. Garland Roberts during a practice
session for the cameraman.
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Front Row: Earl Yanase, Richard Steele, John Lehr, Bob Mullen, Bob Basile, Tom Coleman. Back Row: Jim Hensley, Dick Augenstein, Dennis Albright,
Tom Sass, Ed Brennan, Russ Roberts, Jim Brennan. f
TENNIS TEAM IS ACTIVE
Tennis season was just under way at press time, and the
Tartars had enioyed only modest success. Hopes tor the
remainder ot the season were bright, however as Ed Bren-
nan, Dennis Albright, and Russ Roberts were playing some
ot the best tennis recently seen on the local courts. Sopho-
mores Jim Brennan and Rich Steele contributed substantially
to the team's strength in Singles, while Tom Sass, Rich
Augenstein, Earl Yanase, and Jim Hensley comprised our
strongest hopes for power in doubles.
Pioneer League strength in tennis is greater than the Bay
League, but prospects were good tor a stronger finish than
last year's Bay League to-urth place.
Brightest hopes for Torrance tennis in the future are the
Coach Towle sophomores not pictured or named here, who nevertheless
showed up dai toxjevelop their games in hope ot pro-
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GOLFERS LOWER SCORES
The Tariar golf Team enioyed one of iTs greafesf seasons
This year. They enfered info Pioneer League play for The
firsT Time, This year, compeTing wiTh Beverly Hills, SouTh
Torrance, and Culver CiTy. Leading The squad were Two
ouTsTanding golfers, PaT STewarT and Mike Derouin. They
represenfed Torrance in The Inglewood Open and Pioneer
League playoffs. The Team averaged 45 for The season and
The individual high score for The year was 36. Coach
Chrisfensen coached The golfers This season.
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Front Row: J. C. Wilborn, Rick Hood, Adolph Duran, Steve Parker, John Cambon, Tom Richardson, Joe Montgomery, Eleazar Ybarra, Jerry' Mclean.
Back Row: John Coons, Bill Williams, Steve McGuire, Tom Oiard, Mike Challis, Jim Armstrong, Erv Palica, Ray Wilson, Don Dobrick, James Keller.
BASEBALL HEADS SPRING SPGRTS
Top Row. Jim Armstrong, Tom Oiard. Second Row: Tom Rich-
Sgrdson, Bill Williams. Front Row. Adolph Duran, Joe Mont-
The T960 Tartar baseball squad, expecting to be one ot the leading con-
tenders tor pioneer league championship honors, has placed its hopes
on the tact that it has a starting team of seven returning lettermen.
With honorable mention all Bay League senior pitcher Tom Richardson
to do the hurling, and returning letterman sophomore Steve McGuire
to do the catching, the Tartars have one of the top batteries in the league.
The power packed bats ot all Bay League players, seniors Jim Armstrong,
Joe Montgomery and Bill Williams, Juniors Eleazar Ybarra and Steve
Parker, along with a slugging sophomore, up from the J.V.'s, Erv
Palica, have proven their might in pre-season games.
Starting the league with a pre-season 4 and 4 record, the maroon and
gray seemed not to be destined for league honors when they dropped
an "error riddled" 7-6 contest to Culver City and then lost an 8-3 game
to El Segundo's nine. The Tartars were hampered in these two games
by the loss ot the leading slugger, Bill Williams, who was hit on the
elbow by a pitched ball in the first contest.
With Williams back in the lineup, the Tartar guns exploded and they
evened up the league play by dumping Beverly Hills 7-2 and South
High of Torrance TO-l. The South High victory was especially sweet
in that Torrance had previously beaten North High ot Torrance in ct
practice game, thus making the Tartars the city's best.
Jim Armstrong and Tom Richardson
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14... .. Leuzinger 6
15... ...Mt. Carmel .. ...2
1... ...North High... ...2
4... .. Mira Costa .. ...3
5... .. Leuzinger 1
1... ..Centennial... ...4
2... ...Realondo... ...4
8... ...North High ...6
6... . 'Culver City 7
3... ..."fElSegunolo... ...8
7... ...t"BeverlyHills... 1
10... .'South High 1
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Bill Williams connects with a single in the league opener with
VARSITY IN ACTICN
Jim Armstrong lets it go by for the count of 2 and 3 against
Joe Montgomery almost gets the "Old Bean Ball" from G
Culver Citv pitcher. Torrance lost 7 to 6.
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Top Row: Manager-Mike Rcmeses, Steve Waters, Roger Holdsworth, Eric Hansen, Doug Flint, Bill Roberts, Bob Soniu, Joe Solis, Jim Deponsse, Damon
Wisham, Coach Boerger. Bottom Row: Jim Coffman, Clyde Taylor, Mike Haston, Mike Ciccini, Bob Hodges, John Ricci, Tim Marquard, Gene Luevano,
Tom Holdsworth, Terry Greason.
" DODGER TYPE " . .
At the time of this writing, the Junior Varsity
Baseball Team had won six out ot nine games
and are currently in third place in the J.V.
Pioneer League race with a 2 and 2 record.
With six returning lettermen in the starting
line-up, the Junior Tartars are expected to be
a contender for the title after the dust settles.
Roger Holdsworth, Tom Holdsworth, Bill Roberts,
and John Keith, have been the leading hitters
along with some strong pitching from Bill
Roberts and Bob Hodges.
Robert Clark, Roger Holdsworth, Tom Holclsworth.
HCDRSE - HIDE
Tom Holdsworth catches, while Roger Holdsworth takes ci fierce batting stance.
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7 ....... Redondo .... .. 3
7 ...... Leuzinger ... .. 5
15 ...... Centennial . .. . . l
8 ...... Culver City 7
0 ...... El Segunolo ...... 2
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A Torrance batter takes a healthy cut at the ball during a hot contest.
6 ...... South High ...... 7
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Front Row: Paula Blankenship, Elene Muranaka, Barbara Zubovich, Nancy Kelly, Linda Baker, Mary Bristol, Melanie Mullins, Lynn Radford, Linda Davis,
Bee Keller, Maggie Olvera. Second Row: Sharon Campbell, Janet Noone, Vi Lucero, Carol Fowler, Lorraine Lewis, Georgiann Gillett, Anita Courtney,
Carol Waggoner, Sharon McKnight, Judy Trisler, Carolyn Lyons, Karen Keith, Carol Steembock, Trudy Johnson, Pat Fowler. Third Row: Jeanne Spall, Judy
Meadows, Margaret Moore, Lynn Barrett, Kathy Singleton, Andrea Somerville, Mary Duarte, Carol Jensen, Linda Smiley, Mona Glover, Barbara Anderson,
Brady, Judy Fredrickson, Darlene Jensen, Pat Dubois, Gerry Dilkus, Back Row, Linda Grubb, Ginny Krauzer, Pat Piercy, Karen Crossman, Marcell Cook,
Angelita Ramerez, Mary Banda, Karen Korth, Colleen Brennan, Joyce Goree, Carol Barker, Joanne lsBell, Nancy Hornbeck, Leda Davis, Linda Backlund,
Charlene Alarcon, Brenda Dickson, Roxanne Barnard, Donna Thistle, Donna Tidmarsh, Kathy Ingrum, Linda Vocke.
G. A. A. ENJCDYS ACTIVITIES
This year's Girls' League has been very active, During
the first semester they sponsored the annual Christmas
Aud-Call, and the Tartar Lady Aud-Call, They also held
the semi-annual Hospitality Tea for the new students.
In October, the first semester officers attended a Sec-
tional Conference at Mira Costa High School, in which
the representatives from the schools attending talked
about mutual problems facing Girls' Leagues. After
the second semester officers were elected, the Girls'
League held an installation dinner in which the new
officers were installed and the past officers received
a token of their office. The second semester officers
sponsored the annual slack and pedalpusher day and
the backwards dance which was, as always, greatly
anticipated, but especially this year because of the
leap year tradition.
Both semesters' officers did a tremendous job. Lynne
Hyde as the first term's president and Susan Hammack,
second semester president, both held up the fine tra-
dition set aside for the Girls' League. Vice Presidents
were Vicky Hippik and Flora Watson, while secretaries
for the two semesters were Denise Hunter and Pat
Piercy. Barbara Zubovich and Kimi Takeuchi carried
out the important duties of Historian-Reporter. Rep-
resentatives for first semester were Flora Watson, Senior,
Joanne lsBell, Junior, Donna Thistle, Sophomore, and
Jeannie Spro-ut, Freshman. Second Semester representa-
tives were Sandra Bailey, Senior, Linda Eldridge, Junior,
Sharon Campbell, Sophomore, and Nora Thornberry,
Front Row: Gerry Dilkus, Kathy Reed, Janet Noone,
4 Maxine lhara. Back Row: Joyce Furusho, Mary Duarte,
Dubois, Carol Fowler.
Gerry Dilkus and Paula Blankinship are shown initiating Georgiann
Gillette into G.A.A.
G.A.A. Song Queens Susan Sparks, Connie Zimmerman and Janice
Fredrickson form a background for Jana Davey as she strikes a cheer-
Carol Fowler calls a strike as Maggie Olvera misses the ball and it
goes harmlgssly into Melinda Capps' mitt.
Donna Thistle takes a "healthy cut" at the ball during a close
Connie Zimmerman and Sharon Colburn lump forthe ball
during a "hot tussle."
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2217 West 174th Sf.
JOE'S RICHFIELD SERVICE
Redondo Beach af Prairie Ave.
Phone FR. 4-9477
Owner - J. W. Begando
WALTER'S REXALL- DRUGS
FOOD TO GO WOOD PIT
Exclusively in Hollywood Riviera
257 Avenida Del Norte
Redondo Beach, Calif. FR. 5-8917
2500 Redondo Beach Blvd.
TOMA'S GAY NINETIES
Home Made Candies - - Catering Ice Cream
3126 W. 182nd Srreei
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23831 Havviliorne Blvd.
24213 HawTl'iorne Blvd.
JOHNNY'S MUFFLER SERVICE
T213 Erigracia, Torrance
Duals and Headers - Stock Equipment
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New Ownership - John J. Ralf
5566 All Work Guaranteed
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FLAVIO COLLEGE OF BEAUTY
T628 Cravens, Torrance FA. O-0404 FA' 8'43l3
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LILYAN'S GOWN SHOPPE
1804 South Elena Ave.
Redondo Beach, California
PALOS VERDES VIEW DAIRY
Milk - Bread - Eggs - lce Cream
Cash and Carry
22845 Hawthorne Blvd. FR. 5-8615
DWIGHT EUBANK RAMBLER
for all ot Torrance
1885 Torr. Blvd. FA. 8-9222
20611 Hawthorne FR. 3-3455
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1275 Sartori ' aff FA. 8-6963
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Garden Tools Dewqlf
312 Avenue I
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Aluminum Company of America
TORRANCE ESCROW COMPANY
24217 So. Hawthorne Ave.
POLLY'S DONUT SHOP
3739 W. 240th St.
Food Giant Shopping Center
101 Hiway at Hawthorne Blvd.
101, Discount to All Club Organizations
FR. 5-9085 Open 5 A.M. to 6 P.M.
VILLAGE CAMERA SHOP
Commercial - Weddings
1714 So. Catalina Redond
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Prescriptions - Drugs - Sundries
Peter S. Aspen
FR. 5-3935 1400 Pacific Coast Hwy.
FR. 5-6469 Redondo Beach, Calif.
21915 South Western
Special Student Rates Monday to Saturday
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1959 W. Carson St. FA. 8-9623
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TORRANCE SAND 8. GRAVEL CORP.
25701 So. Crenshaw Blvd.
PAT'S SKI 81 SPORT SHOP
"Finest ln Sports Equipment"
South Bay Area Southwest L.A.
3735 W. 240 ST. 6414 So. Western
FR. 8-4201 PL. 2-5867
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Rev. Morgan Gates, Pastor
Charcoal Broiled Steaks - Prime Ribs
Cocldolls Bob Dehn, Asst. Pastor
Paul Neeolels, Christian Educ.
1925 W. Carson St. FA. 8-2424
Torrance Summer and Winter Camps
2118 W. Carson FA 8-5030
Congratulations to the Class of 1960
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1472 Marcelina Ave.
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Phone FA. 8-3193
1341 El Prado
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Bridal and Attendants' Gowns
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Open Weekdays Until 9 P.M.
2115 Torrance Blvd. FA. 8-6302
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VAUGHN REAL ESTATE
Loans - Business Opportunity
Delbert Vaughn, Broker
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL
2018 W. Carson St.
16920 South Prairie
STAR FURNITURE COMPANY
Complete Home Furnishings
2103 Torrance Boulevard
STRUM'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"The Friendly Store of Torrance"
1261 SARTORI, TORRANCE
FA. 8-9844 FA. 8-0587
Pizza - Spaghetti - Lasagna
Italian Pastries and Sausaae
TRIESTE ITALIAN MARKET
Imported and Domestic Foods
1519 W. Carson FA- 8-4727
Serving Entire Harbor Area
TROPICAL BOWL NURSERY
Plants - Trees - Shrubs
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