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TUSTIN UNION HIGH SCHOOL
CO EDITOR IN CHARGE OF BUSINESS PETER BROWN
EDITOR: JOLENE GIVENS
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A school year means many things to Tustin Union High
The nine months that wait for us at the end of the
summer are always looked upon with speculation. This
was to be the year that some would advance academi-
cally. Now was the time to enter into more activities.
Here was the opportunity for becoming a friend to stu-
dents and teachers. Plans were made to capture a new
look, a new philosophy, maybe a new steady.
The first day of school is a strange one. For freshmen,
it was a day of wonderment, a day which was almost
dreaded. Sophomores felt years older, no longer afraid,
but confident. Juniors realized their sudden move to
upperclassmen. They grew up almost overnight, Seniors
reflected that this was to be the last "first day" for
them, for they were enjoying their final year at Tustin.
Some were happy to be moving on to higher education,
some were wishing they were freshmen again.
Then, all of a sudden, classes and activities became
familiar again, and the school year began its course.
The time has passed so quickly. There was little time
to remember the first pep rally, and the last football
game, and the Homecoming Dance. Only a fleeting re-
flection back to Thanksgiving vacation, the beautiful
Christmas formal, and the G.A.A. initiation. Christmas
vacation brings pleasant memories, but the suddenness
of semester finals brought memories to the thought of
Loyal Tillers hearts' skip a beat now at the thought
of the Brea-Tustin basketball game, which ended our
chances of top honors, but which made our team cham-
pions in our thoughts anyway. The new student body
elections brought campaigning, speeches, and fanfare.
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Tustin Union Hugh School
Activity nights were a welcome break from studies, and
many clubs sponsored the affairs. The spring play and
the swim show soon were over, and rehearsing gave
way to Easter vacation and the beach. Clubs took their
ditch days, and seniors spent an unforgettable day at
Catalina. Graduation announcements were ordered, the
magic of the prom was over, and suddenly, Tillers were
about to count only days until the end of another year.
Who could wait for the long days at the beach, or
the summer nights at the drive-in? No one! Summer days
almost had been forgotten in thoughts of school-minded
Tillers. Plans for summer were being made, and the big
day for freedom was circled on the calendar.
The last few weeks brought wonderful times-the last
dance, the trophies earned by championship spring sport
teams, the hot days when watermelon was served in the
cafeteria, the assigning of last class duties, the fierce
closeness of the student body as it re-assembled itself
for last student meetings, last minute counselling for
next year's classes.
Baccalaureate and the Junior-Senior Prom came and
went, and the senior class was in the spotlight as it
rehearsed for graduation, and its special members re-
ceived awards for high scholastic standings.
Finals, as usual, were terrible, but the thought of
grades were far enough in the distance to complete the
year happily. Books were turned in, lockers cleaned out,
and the circled day arrived.
Now that the school year of i958-1959 is over, stu-
dents of Tustin Union High School must have pleasant
memories of it. That is the purpose of this book. The
1959 Audion is dedicated to you--the students of Tustin
High School, those who lived the year's moments and
made this yearbook possible.
' TABLE OF CONTENTS
47- ADMINISTRATION . . 4
lm FACULTY . . 6
. CLASSES . . I6
ORGANIZATIONS . . 54
SPORTS . . 96
COMMUNITY. . . .128
Orvulle Northrup was born un Nebraska Whule yet a freshman
un hugh school he migrated wuth hus famuly by covered wagon to
Colorado There was no hugh school where they settled so he worked
for two years helpung to establush the homestead
Mr Northrup then went to the Colorado School of Agruculture
where he funushed hugh school and from there he went to the Colo
rado Agrucultural College and to the Unuversuty of Colorado for two
years of enguneerung Beung homesuck he returned to Nebraska and
studued busuness admunustratuon at the Unuversuty of Nebraska
About that tume he made a trup to Calufornua and luked ut so well
he decuded to stay He sold real estate and for a whule he worked
un the fueld of hoof and mouth dusease control
Then as now Calufornua needed teachers so Mr Northrup wuth
hus three years of college was able to secure teachung credentuals un
undustrual arts and physucal educatuon Whule teachung he contunued
hus schoolung malorung un those sublects
He later attended the Unuversutues of Southern Calufornua at Los
Mr Northrup looks over buuldung plans
Angeles and Santa Barbara Hus graduate work was mostly un socual
studues and admunustratuon
He worked more un wuder fuelds to secure credentuals so he would
be more versatule un hus teachung rather than workung for degrees
un specufuc fuelds
In 'I940 J W Means Pruncupal at T U H S dued and Mr Northrup
was offered thus posutuon However he stull needed forty seven college
graduate unuts un admunustratuon to qualufy He contunued to teach
meanwhule attendung nught and summer school
In 1941 Mr Northrup accepted the posutuon of Pruncupal at T U H S
Sunce then he has contunued to study and take courses that enabled
hum to do hus 'ob better
Mr Northrup met hus wufe un Colorado and marrued her un Calu
forma about the tume he started teachung They have two sons both
graduates of Tustun Unuon Hugh School and fuve granddaughters
He has enuoyed hus years at Tustun and feels that thus us an udeal
The Auduon takes pleasure un untroducmg the Board of Educatuon
These cutuzens serve theur communuty by makung umportant decusuons con
cernung the welfare of Tustun Unuon Hugh School Board members are
attends Tustun Hugh as a uunuor
boy Frank a uunuor attends Tustun
Wulluam L Aldruch
Wulluam Aldruch us also a new member He us Assustant Durector of
elected for overlappung terms of three years each
Fred L Walker un hus tufth year as o board member us presudent
He owns and manages Walkers Market and has three chuldren Two
graduated from Tustun Hugh and the youngest Gary us cu uunuor
Mrs Muldred Wundolph a new member us clerk of the Board She us
a homemaker very actuve un cuvuc affaurs and has one chuld Ann who
George A Broomell us servung hus eughth year on the Board He
grows oranges and has four chuldren three graduated from Tustun and
one .lum a freshman attends Tustun Hugh
Charles W Forbes us now un hus thurd term as a Board member He us
a rancher wuth a marrued son who graduated from T U H S and another
Mrs Muldred Wundolph
Industrual Relatuons at Northrup Aurcraft and hus three chuldren Pat us
a senuor and Bull us a freshman The other boy us pre school age
George A Broomell Fred L Walker Charles W Forbes
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TUSTIN S ADMINISTRATORS
ARE EFFECTIVE LEADERS
Mrs Helen Alpert Dean of Girls
back gratefully on the wlse
Graduates of Tusten Unuon Hugh School look
guudance and counselnng gnven them by these four admnnlstrators who are serv
mg the student body so faithfully
MRS HELEN ALPERT has been Tustrn s capable Dean of Girls for fave years
She received her Master s Degree at Colorado State Unlverslty In counselung and
guidance and IS workung toward her Admunrstratlve Credentials at U SC She
unstructs the offsce prachce group and as a sponsor of Glrls league She rs a for
mer G A A sponsor and head of girls sports
DWIGHT LOPER received his B A at Redlands Umverslty and dad graduate
work there and at U S C ln Admlnlstratlon and Guidance He taught math and
mechanlcal drawlng and coached varsnty football and varsuty basketball durlng
his early years at Tustln He produced three Champion football teams and two
Champion basketball teams one of which won the CIF Champuonshup He ns now
vlce prrnclpal and sponsors the Board of Control
JOHN SOURS popular CIVICS teacher received his Bachelor In Science from
Kansas and hrs Master s from Utah He obtalned has Master s an Educatlon and
Master s un Sclence degree from U S C He as a sponsor of Student Relatnons and
also a Guudance Counselor
ROBER BERG teaches mechanlcal drawtng and rs an Attendance Counselor
He receuved has Master s at Induana and as well known to Trllers who are tardy
OFFICE STAFF L to R Mrs Marne Lumpkm, Mrs Madelyn Coulson, Mrs
l.aVonne Brrstow, Mrs Marlon Glover, Mrs Lucy Tallon
Nl 'K .nik
Dwught Loper Vrce Prmcupal
Counselor Mechamcul Drawung
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school teachers seem to occupy a great part
of their conversation This belng true we will
have pleasant memories when we too reach
that age for certainly nowhere IS assembled
a finer more consclenclous and devoted
group ot instructors
MRS ORA BAKER art teacher received her
B A at the Chicago Art Institute She sponsors
Art Club and Poster Club
ELMORE BARTON returned to Tustin after
an extensive tour of South American countries
He teaches Spanish I and II and received his
B A from Mexico City College He is now fur
therlng his studies at USC
MRS GEORGIANA BUFFINGTON attended
Whittier College and the University of Hawaii
She teaches Girls PE and is a sponsor of
G A A and of the Senior Class
ERNEST BYRNE who teaches typing and
commercial sublects received an Associate
in Commerce at Idaho State and his Masters
DON CASTLE teaches Sophomore Science
and coaches Junior Varsity baseball He re
ceived his Masters at Los Angeles State Col
WILLIAM CAVE a new teacher at Tustin
teaches Sophomore Science and Geometry He
received his teaching credentials at the Um
versity of Chicago and Washington
MRS DEL CLAEYS came to Tustin from Gar
den Gove but is a native of Illlpols he
teaches English II and received her B A from
Aurora College in Illinois. She obtained her
masters at the University of Chicago.
WAYNE CROWL came to Tustin with a B.A.
degree from Colorado and a Masters from
Columbia. He instructs band and wood shop.
This year he led the band and drill team in all
JOSEPH DE MAINE ioined our faculty this
year as a teacher of Civics and U.S. History.
He received his B.A. at Morningside College
in Sioux City Iowa and a Masters degree at
the State University of South Dakota.
Wayne Crowl Joseph De Maine
Shop and Band Social Studies
THEY GUIDE US THROUGH
THE HALLS OF LEARNING
MRS ELIZABETH GARTNER recelved her
Bachelor of Scsence degree from Kansas State
and teaches Englush I and History of CIVIIIZO
tlon She sponsors the Senior Class and Schol
MRS VIRGINIA GASPORATTI received her
d asters from U f lllnos e
teaches Sophomore Englush sponsors Usher
ettes and her favorite expression ns Are you
stall wrth me?
WESLEY HAMBIDGE has been teaching ten
years and half of them have been spent at
Tustln He received has B A at Taylor Unrver
snty In Indiana and teaches advanced math
courses and heads the department
MRS FREDA HINER IS a new faculty mem
ber thus year In the department of foreign
language She recenved her BA at Indiana
possesses an nnterestung phrlosophy I th k
MISS ELEANOR HODGES has been a Tustrn
Hugh faculty member for three years She re
cenved her B A from U C L A and as teachrng
anlsh I I ll and IV She IS a co sponsor
of the Jumor Class and Spanish Club
MRS MILDRED HOIEN a new faculty mem
ber receuved her B A at Umversaty College rn
Washungton She taches Englnsh I ll and
BROWNLEE HUBBLE receuved has Bachelor of
Sclence In General Buslness and has Masters of
Scnence In Educatuon He teaches U S Hlstory
and gournalnsm sponsors the Junior Class the
Broadcaster and Audlon
KERWIN JACOBS teaches pre Algebra and
Algebra sponsors the Sophomore Class H
receuved has B A and Masters at tI'e Unnversaty
MRS VIRGINIA KIRKHAM came to us from
Rancho Alamitos Hugh and IS a very efficient
lubraruan She received her B A at Ball State
Teachers College ID Indiana
Mrs Eluzabeth Ga tner M s V rgmla Gasparottu
Engllsh Hlstory ot Clvrllzatnon English
Wesley Hambldge Mlss Freda Hme
Mathematics Department Chanman Latn
Mrss Eleanor Hodges Mrs Muldred Holen
Spanish Engllsh General Busmess
Brownlee Hubble Ksrwm Jacobs Mrs VIYQINIU Klrkhum
US History Journalrsm Mathematics Lnbranan
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Civics, Counselor, Sports
Commercial, Junior Class Adviser
LAMP OF KNOWLEDGE
RUSSELL SULLIVAN ioined our faculty after
receiving his B.A. at Whittier. He has an illus-
trious past, having been a pro baseball player.
Now he's a track coach, and math teacher.
JACK TRATHEN teaches Typing, Shorthand,
and General Business. He earned his B.A. in
his home state, Pennsylvania, and his Master's
ARNOLD TROFTGRUBEN received his Bache-
lor of Science in Agriculture at North Dakota
Agricultural college. He teaches vocational
agriculture and horticulture, and sponsors one
of Tustin's most active clubs, the Future Farm-
GEORGE TROTTER is one of our Algebra
instructors. He received his B.A. at Monmouth
College and his Master's at U.S.C. He coached
an Orange League co-champion baseball
team last year, and also coaches our varsity
EDDIE VEEH heads the Science Department
and sponsors Delta Sigma. Last year, his B
Basketball team was a championship team,
JOHN VEEH received his B.A. from Cal and
teaches Tiller English classes, He's been at Tus-
tin for l3 years and has coached our B team
to 3 Orange League Championships. He spon-
sors the Freshman Class and is also a D Bas-
MRS. HOLLY VISEL is our beginning and ad-
vanced drama instructor. She graduated from
Cummack Professional School. She sponsors
MRS. FAY WALSWORTH received her B.A.
at Oregon State College. She is Tustin's one
and only home economics teacher.
RALPH WILSON is in his first year at Tustin.
He received his B.A. from Oklahoma and
teaches Spanish and French. He also sponsors
Mrs. Fay Walsworth
Home Economics, Girls League Sponsor
Math, Sports, Senior Class Adviser
Head Of English Department, Sports
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Mrs. Holly Visel
WINTER STUDENT LEADERS STRIVE FUR SERVICE
Every President wants to be the best, and will do
anything to achieve that goal. I am no exception. I
was far too idealistic in the beginning, thinking that
through my hands Tustin High could become immortal.
That was my goal and I failed.
Before taking over the Presidency everyone told me
that it would be a lot of hard work I for one hated
hard work but enloyed this office immensely Ive met
many new people I never would have seen out of this
Homeroom spokesmen and secretaries were an ex
periment this year and will be used more extensively
in the future It takes time to create a sound system
and I believe this will be an asset to your school stu
dent government in the future
I have left my mark and will be remembered as I
walk away as all past presidents I thank the students
faculty and all other persons outside and inside the
school that made my semester as Student Body Pres:
Chuck Mitchell first semester Student Body President
L to R Rev L E Mark Chuck Mitchell Fred Walker Rev Karl Christ Orville Northrup at
Homecoming dedicatvon ceremonies
this year has been to preserve the unity and spirit of
Tustin High as the student body and community grows
The first semester Student Body officers did their ut
most to do this gob
Chuck Mitchell Student Body President presided at
all assemblies and was head of the Board of Control
He represented the student body at various functions
Roland Oqeda Vice President was chairman of Stu
dent Relations and was in charge of the clean up
Phyllis Harshaw secretary took accurate minutes
of all business meetings and was in charge of all
The Self Government Chairman Carolyn Hyatt did
an efficient 'ob of heading the Self Government Com
The athletic managers Karen Marshek and Terry
Jay did a terrific 'ob of promoting good sportsman
ship and making friends for Tustin
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS L to R Terry Jay Roland Oleda Phyllis
Harshow Carolyn Hyatt Chuck Mitchell Karen Marshek
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BOARD OF CONTROL L o R LInda NIeblas DI Bassett Janet LaIrd
Roland Oleda Chuck Mltchell PhvllIs Harshaw Dave Kampert Caro
lyn Hyatt Larry Francls
The Student RelatIons acts In a sImIIar manner and
wIth the same prIncIple Ideas as a poIIce force
Members are elected from each class and the group
was headed by Student Body VICE presIdent Roland
Oleda who worked wIth John Sours GdVlSeT ThIs organI
ZGTIOD helped make students reallze how Important co
operatIon IS at TustIn
The Student Relatlons explalned rules to the students
and showed them how they should be observed If the
rules were broken a wrltten cItatIon was glven to the
student The cItatIon was then presented to the Self gov
ernment whlch IS a mlnuature form of a Judlclal Depart
Thus commIttee was headed by Carolyn Hyatt and'
dealt wIth students who broke estabhshed rules
STUDENT RELATIONS L to R Mark Metzmger, PaIge BaIIlIe, Karen
Marshek, Susan Musfelt, Sharon Phelan, Roland Oveda, John Hardy,
Phyllls Harshaw, Terry Jay, Karen Johnson, Clyde Reyes
The Board of Control IS the closest contact be
tween the students and the faculty and the Board
of EducatIon The group IS composed of class rep
resentatlves the presudent Vuce presIdent Secre
tary Self government ChaIrman and advlser
DwIght Loper vIce prmclpal
The Board of Control furthered Contact wlth
students by elertmg home room representatIves
to keep the students Informed on Important bus:
ness The accompllshment of a cleaner campus
was a goal of thIs group also lt had the prIvIIege
of Introducmg the ForeIgn Student Exchange Pro
gram to TUSIIH
By expenence the members of thIs group re
student body and how QYGIITYIDQ It was to serve
thelr school In thus way
Student Relahons at work-gradmg the campus
SELF GOVERNMENT L to R Kent Foster, Doug Vurek, Chuck Nlrtchell
Carolyn Hyatt, Sharon Schlegel, Ben Bryant
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Chuck Fuscher Second Semester Student Body President
The spring semester proved to be a good one. I think I
was lucky to have student government officers who pos-
sessed the intelligence and initiative to get things accom-
plished. Unfortunately, the average student does not realize
how much time the student body officers invest in their
Probably our main effort in office was to increase school
spirit through an increase of activities and a decrease of
restrictions. Abiding by the old proverb "Variety is the
spice of life " we have come up with some different ideas to
make school more enloyable Class yells at assemblies
lukebox In the cafeteria an early dismissal on Friday for an
extra clean campus these are the most important of
Representing the student body as its president is the
greatest honor one may achieve during his high school
career I have enloyed this office and have put everything
I could into making It a successful one I only hope that
next semester s president will have as wonderful an expert
ence as I have had this semester
Chuck Fischer 2nd semester student body president
12 Student Body Officers Left to Right Sherryl Morrison Dave
Kampert Chuck Fischer Carolyn Hyatt Larry Francis
Sweet strains of music in our ears
Due to popular demand and public pressure it was de
cided to have student body officers second semester The
new group was headed by a most worthy president Chuck
As leader of the student body he had several difficult
duties to perform His easter tasks included a new lnno
vation in excusing assemblies O K you can shag to your
sixth period classes
Next In line was the Vice President Larry Francis He
soon found himself faced with similar duties as those of
the Prestdent His main duties were the running of Student
Relations and working on the Board of Control and Self
Government committees In doing his own prescribed
duties and in backing up the President Larry performed
a quite adequate rob
No executive or large firm can perform well without a
Secretary So it is with Tustin High We were fortunate to
have Sherryl Morrison the second part of the year As
Secretary she was outstanding and did exceptionally well
using the filing cabinets in the Student Activities room
Sherryl also had several responsibilities as a student body
officer Her robs required her to take minutes at all Student
Body meetings and government groups
To our Treasurer we extend a hearty thanks This is an
office that few people know of and Dave Kampert did
well in the role He kept our funds in order and guarded
his figures with an eagle eye
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HANDS DURING THE SPRING SEMESTER
Board of Control Left to Rught Carolyn Hyatt Peter Atherton Brll Zarser
Chuck Fischer Larry Francus Sherryl Morrlson Carolee Cam
The Student Relatuons board receuved nts new class rep
resentatlves thas Sprung and began work on nts new protects
Under Chuck Flschers new easy policy the Board
weighed each student offenders case carefully sent out
new representatnves to the campus to keep an eye on
would be offenders and guude them Instead of punish
Carolyn Hyatt continued her lob as Self Government
Chairman and her board worked hard upholdmg Chuck s
wrshes Her group contunued dealmg out offense cntatrons
workung on new polrcles
Thus year s government offtclals termlnated thenr work by
wupmg off the slate and proceedmg to the electron of next
years officers Thelr hard work and enthuslasm wall be
remembered by Taller students IH future years
Student Relatlons left to Rlght Sandy Wood Joan McGraw Davud
Ness Chuck Frscher John Ema Don McKee John Hardy Sherryl Mor
rtson Judy Anderson Larry Francrs Chen Warnhuus
The Board of Control IS the ruling student com
mittee of the school They must be able to run the
school smoothly and they were the ones who took
away the snack periods
Thelr first concern was the running of student
body electrons They campangned to the students
to vote and about seventy per cent of the Tlllers
turned out to usher In new student body officers
They helped plan assemblies sent representa
tlves to the parent student dance commtttee and
worked hard on whatever problem was given them
by thenr advnser Dwrght Loper
Second semester assemblies xnterestrng and educatlonal
Chuck Frscher Ben Bryant Carolyn Hyatt Sharon Schlegel Doug Vurek
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CLASS OF 1959:
THE SUPREME TASK OF OUR
GENERATION IS TO DEDICATE A
SOUL TO WORLD CONSCIOUSNESS
Class first semester officers, Don Hicks, treasurer, Bob Miranda, president,
Senior Class advisers, Mrs. Elizabeth Gartner, George Trotter, Mrs.
Second semester Senior Class officers, Darre
treasurer, Terry Jay, president, Barbara Pam
Cundy Akers Douglas Albrught Patty Aldruch Darrell Anderson
On September 12 we as freshmen entered Tustun Unuon Hugh
School Our class 140 strong already held the prestuge of beung
the largest to enter as of that date Hugh school soon proved to be
all we had antucupated challenge excutement actuvuty Peter
Atherton was our furst presudent He led us well wuth the expert
advuce of our advusers Mrs Elsue Daly George Trotter and Mrs
Eluzabeth Gartner The gurls began to feel more acquaunted wuth
the school after the Bug and Luttle Suster Banquet Vuc Pankey
second semester presudent guuded the very successful dance lrush
Fantasy As the year closed we looked back on a tume of growth
Thus year we were sophomores We had advanced one more step
up the ladder of knowledge Our spuruts hugh we began school
hopung for new adventures Now we were well establushed as a
part of Tustun Unuon Hugh School The boys and gurls had shown
theur abulutues on the athletuc fueld and we were well represented
un school organuzatuons Members of the class added to the success
of both the operetta Chonuta and the play Cheaper By the
Our presudents Gul Ferrey and Gul Gamez followed the earluer
patterns and we presented one of the most colorful dances of the
sprung All too quuckly the year came to a close
Dovud Ascher uzabath Asp Peter Atherton Bonnue Lee Bam
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As summer ended we started school with a new outlook At last
we were upper classmen We elected Phll Weaver and Cortns Boyd
as our presldents The third annual Homecomnng sponsored by the
Juniors was attended by many alumna Once more our talents were
displayed In the colossal productron ofthe Junuor Class play Sev
On a maglc May evening we presented a prom of oriental splen
dor Sayonara The greatful semors obllged by guvung a very suc
cessful Junuor Sensor Beach Party All these thmgs clumaxed an
extremely eventful year As It ended we focused our eyes and
thoughts on the comlng year when we would finally be semors
Graham Benson Denms Bnckler
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Now we are Senuorsl This was the beglnnlng of a glorlous year
hughlughted by havlng a new admmlstratlon bulldung a new cafe
terra a new library and a new stadlum
We again sponsored the Homecommg Dance whlch was a bug
success wrth the dedication of our modern new bulldlngs and a
vuctory over Valencia
The Junior Sensor Prom arrlved one beautuful sprung evening and
we will remember rt always We hosted the .lumors ata beach party
soon afterward to show our appreciation
It came to an end very qulckly The excltement of dutch day was
almost forgotten as we found placed un our hands the graduatlon
announcements Was It tlme already'
We walked down the ausle remembering four wonderful years
our minds on the past our eyes on the future The world ns ours
Ann Blower Corhs Boyd Gloria Brlsbm
Gary Bullqrd Richard Buss John Bus
for Ruth Castro
Nancy Chambers Joanne Cochran John Connelly
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Donna Crowell Jonna Dull
Melvyn DuNon Phil Eaton
Jam Eushs Ron Farnsworth
Gllberl Ferrey Chuck Fuscher Jams Fitzgerald
Maeva Frank Stanley Freeman Richard Fuller
Gulberf Gamez Jolene Gnvens Rrchard Graves Sylvia Groenhalgh
Phnl Gnsef Judy Guernor John Hardy
Sondra Housley Tom Hun! Carolyn Hyun Terry Joy
Wlllrom Johnson Joe Johnston Morgue Kroff
Bob Korff Denms Lonsmg Melba Lee SherrY L"'d'eY
Don Maynard Ron Maynard
David Marhnez James Mamson
Henry Mead Frank Mendoza
Tm, Me,-Wm Bob Mxranda Chuck Mitchell Allan Motley
Susan Musfeli Gary McCabe Bonme McCay
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Carol 0 Brezar Jane O Brien Barbara Pamperln Vlc Pankey
Roy Parker Joanne Parnell Penn: Pemnglll Vlclu Phillips
Judy Pgllqrd Nalhahe Post John Poucher Karen Rams
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Frances Roshak Lmda Sackman Eddne Sandstrom
Leonard Schenck Sharon Schlegel Allen Smith
Duncan Smith Harry Smuth Holly Smlth
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OUR HIGH SCHOOL DAYS
HAVE SWIFTLY FLOWN
AS IF ON SILVERED WINGS
WE NOW WITH SADDENED
HEARTS DEPART GO ON
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NEARER TO THE
HIGH SCHGCJL LIFE
WE PONDER THE
Junlor Class First Semester officers .ludle Schneider secretary Bull Zalser vuce president
Kampert president Sandra Mckntchle treasurer
Under the fine Ieadershup of Dave Kampert we launched our excutlng
first year as upper classmen We enthuslastlcally set out on a campaign
to make our Junior year both fun and educatlonal
The Junror Class la was waived In favor of a variety show
to be the hut ofthe fall season Unsuspected talents were revealed In the
form of well co ordmated dances singers able actors and comeduans
When the Barn Dance came Cher: Warnshuls represented us as Prnn
cess and Palge Balllle represented the Junior Class sn the Homecoming
Queen contest As we expected she won
May 29 was prom tlme and this event was greatly enloyed by all
who attended lt was a unique and festive occaslon and one to be
remembered for a long tnme to come
Our second semester electlon resulted In the capable choice of Rnchard
Becker as President who guided the class actlvltles for the Sprung We
have learned much thas year and hope we wall be successful as sensors
Junior Class advisers John
Sauers Brownlee Hubble Mlss
Junlor Class Second Semester oftlcers Janne Severson secretary Richard Becker
president Gary Walker vace president Phyllrs Harshaw treasurer
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"Swlngin' Eleventh," which we presented November 25. This turned out
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Jrm Ashman Parge Balllre
Phrl Balmer Lynda Bardls
Frank Barloch Harold Beck
Bull Bam Dranne Baker
Tom Barker Alan Barnard
Richard Becker Susan Beckwnh
Tower of Tlllers
PERSONALITIES FORMING TUSTINS SPIRIT
Larry Boyer Ted Brazil
Carole Carpenter Bob Carnahan
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Lors Brellzman Janice Bunker
Leon Carraway Vickie Carroll
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Hulloween Tfllki le Dennls Jlm Dlelrlch
Mrke Doyle Joyce Druck Jack Duckworth Ronald Duff
ONLY ONE MORE YEAR
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Tom Ebel David Elhsle Mary Ann Elzrg John Ema
Lmda Ferrell Mary Belh Frlzgerald Susan Fhppen Frank Forbes
Susve Fosfer Lee Fowler Darold Frances Larry Frances
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Larry Freeman Davud Galllon
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Marcla Hanson Ross Harrison
HONCDR GRGUPS RECOGNIZE JUNIORS
Karen Henderson Ann Hernandez Duane Hull Margaref Hulton
Emll Hunter Jeff Inglls Jon Illmgworfh Don Jackson
Bonmo Johnson Donna Johnson Dave Kampori Shen Kung
Mlchele Lo Clergue Kalhy Lange Kathy Lee
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John Madory Dervms Malkowskl Mellssa Mallard
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Carol Mogensen Tim Monaghan
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Sally McCoy Linda McCune Sandra Mckikhie
Dancing In the patio
Linda Oaks Linda Osborne Roland Oleda
Bob Patterson Mary Pelland George Pelletier
Don Rosholm Judy Royer Steve Salaets
FRIENDLINESS SOMETHING VALUED
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Judie Schneider Eileen Scott Barbara Sears
Larry Snow Bob Sowards Sue Ellen Stanley
Jeanie Strador Dennis Strawn Janet Summa
Tony Thompson Roy Trlpplett
Doug Warner Chen Warnshuls
Don Wolverton Kathie Wright
PREPARING TO LEAD THE SCHOOL
Rodney Youngquust Kathy Yoak Bull Zauser Bonme Johnson
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Sophomore Class first semester offccers Faye Cook Ken Sawm Cath: McCoy
The Sophomore Class thas year returned to school no longer as
the lowest class not the hsghest but as proud sophomores
The year started out with a great deal of frlvollty Flrst we elected
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We Sophomores enloyed our enture year of 1958 1959 and ut
wall always be a milestone an our luves
Sophomore advlsers Kerwm
Jacobs Wlllnam lelnberger
Mrs Ora Baker
YEARS PASS SWIFTLY
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CLDER AND WISER
Sophomore Class second semester offvcers Lou Ann Sawyer Don Slawson Penny
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Helen Arnold Judson Ashion
Roma Ballard Joe Barnszaz
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The flrst of the four years as gone We came mto hugh school wvth
our fingers crossed worrynng about thas and that but especially
about studaes and about how the other classes would accept us We
found out that the studies weren t as lmposslble as we had expected
and that the other classes accepted us as part of the school Our
offrcers for the flrst semester really helped our class to get under
Judy Harrrs Parllamentarlan Bull McCalla
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wondered how we would fare wuth the Senlors and the other classes
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Barn Dance Queen Cmdy Talcott was our Homecoming Queen
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tlvltles an the years to come Our advlsors Mrs Del Claeys Lowell F,esh,,,e,, das, admers Lowell
Schroeder and John Veeh deserve a great deal of credit for a Shroeder Mrs Del Claeys
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Sometnmes ut seemed there would never be an Auduon
Even when things were runnmg smoothly the llttlest mls
take could throw the staff unto an uproar
Our staff was a mixture of many personalities Hugh
strung calm never carlng erratic people all trying to
combune to produce thus book
Occasxonally a pucture would be lost copy would be
late or a layout wouldn t be completed Those never to
be forgotten tnmes brought up to a peak of tensuon
Then suddenly things would be all right agaln
We trled many new thungs wnth thus book such as the
photo duvusuon pages more faculty coverage the use of
academnc snapshots throughout the book and the new
sensor Index We have realuzed the many errors that can
be made nn tryung to change a book too much but we
wanted thus Audlon to be a llttle more grown up wxth
a more complete coverage of student actuvutues whlch
of course are Important to everyone
At the begmnmg of the year when the l959 Audlon
was only a dream we had many plans Then all of a
sudden a deadline was upon us Our dreams vamshed
The bug date loomed ahead and we worked feverlshly
to turn In the requlred number of pages to our publisher
Some of our dreams are In this book some have been
lost In the rushlng to meet our deadlines
Even our staff organization was rough We had to
elect dlvnslon editors with people working under them
Sometimes students would be called upon to wrlte
messages and copy for the Audvon at the last minute
We were happy wnth the co operation of these Tlllers
who even though they dldnt particularly care about
deadllnes turned therr maternal ln soon after It was
Tustin students have helped put together thus book the
donation of snapshots the copy written the suggestlons
glven everythnng was taken servously We ve had a good
year and It deserves to be recorded In the best way
The Audron Staff
Asslstant edutor, Nancy Arthur Peter Brown, Brownlee Hubble, advlser, Jolene Glvens
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Jo Anne Punto
Asslstant Busmess editor Cdlenddr and Running heads
Kathy Lange Lynda Bardus
Actrvntues and Orgamxatnons
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Layout and Art FIRST ROW Barbara Calendar and Running heCIdS l-ef7'0 R'9l" Academn: Lett to Rnght Phylhs Harshaw
Johnson Nancy Smlth Sandra Bmgham Lynda Bardns Karen Hewes Adnenne ghenyl Morngqn Chen Warnhuus
SECOND ROW Linda Sackman Judy Martinez
Clure Sandro Housley Sharon Reed
Copy Left to Rrght Larry Francrs Suzy Foster Sandy Slmmvt SECOND ROW Kay
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lewls SECOND ROW Tum Merwln Mlchelle LeCIerque
Classes FIRST ROW Left to Right Betsy Banyard
Beverly Treat SECOND ROW Marsha Hanson Janet
Summa Terry Beardslee
Copy FIRST ROW Left to Right Nancy Stromberg Melvyn
Dutton Frances Roshak SECOND ROW Roger Beckendorf
Cmdy Akers Chuck Mntchell
Student photographer John Hardy
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John Hardy advrser Brownlee Hubble Phsl Weaver
ARCHITECTS OF AN ALL NEW PAPER
Left to Rught Pennu Pettengull Peter Atherton Don Forney Ted Brazul Vucku Phullups Phul Weaver
Harold Beck John Hardy Carl Greenwood Otto Buxler Kathy Lange
Amud the hubble and bubble of the Journalusm room the Broadcaster
staff managed to produce an outstandung hugh school newspaper thus year
Deadlunes were feverushly met and storues were concocted from thun aur
to replace orugunal storues whuch had fallen through or had been musplaced
Just when all seemed lost by some muracle the confusuon melted away and
a clear path of copy proof layouts and paste ups led to the Tustun News
where semester edutor un chuefs John Hardy and Phul Weaver wuth the help
of the edutors and B Hubble advuser put ut to bed
The result was an up and comung paper whuch made uts appearance but
once a month on Frudays to amuse unform and make uts readers aware of
the problems and achuevements of Tustun Hugh and uts students
But ut was a never endung battle for as soon as one ussue was completed
an embryo ussue was beung formed whuch would take the same course leven
though Mr Hubble demanded More organuzatuon thus tume I to become
a full fledged paper
Our Broadcaster us not lust read by Tustun students ut has a wude curcula
tuon and us also sent for crutucuzung to the State Unuversuty of Munnesota
Santa Ana College and the Unuversuty of Southern Calufornua
The Broadcaster was bugger and better thus year Most of the Broadcaster
ussues were four pages un length but the Homecomung Edutuon was a full
sux pagesll A phenomenal record settung feat for the Broadcaster
Journalusm us the most relaxed class un the school Now take a letter'
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Walker Ann Blower Nancy Chambers linda Monroy
The second semester cabinet met for the first
time Tuesday February IO to discuss the ac
tivities for the spring semester This very fine
Girls League cabinet included Cheri Warn
shuus vice president Judy McClure secretary
Penny Lawrence treasurer Holly Smith par
Janice Horn friendship chairman Cathy Mc
Cay sophomore representative and SuEllen
lauderbach freshman representative
The first activity of the semester was a
brunch for new girls and Big Sisters o
February 28 A Russian theme was carried out
by decorations refreshments and entertain
On March 7 Chen Warnshuis and I went to
the South Western District Girls League Con
vention at Beverly Hills High School Interesting
discussion groups and a delicious lunch made a
wonderful experience for us and our advisors
Our monthly Girls League meeting featured
guest speakers who talked about their careers
The Senior girls gave a program of modern
dance at another meeting The Mother Daugh
ter Fashion Show and Tea on May 7 gave us
a chance to honor our mothers The first and
second semester cabinets finished the year with
a hamburger fry at Mrs Helen Alpert s home
Bonnie McCay Second Semester Pres
lst semester president
Girls League is an organization to which all
girls belong. The purpose of our club is to
provide friendship among the girls and pro-
vide various services to the school.
We began our activities with the Big and
Little Sister Picnic. Picnic suppers and humor-
ous entertainment put on by a number of
Next was the Orange County Girls League
Convention on October 23 Approximately 250
girls and advisers from l7 schools spent an
enioyable afternoon and evening at Tustin
The Girls League and Hi Ys sponsored a
clothing drive in December to and needy per
sons in different parts of the world We cl:
maxed our first semester activities with a Christ
mas formal dance on December 5th called
Sleighride to the Stars
Other members of the first semester cabinet
included Sherryl Morrison vice president Ann
Blower secretary Linda Monroy treasurer
Nancy Chambers parliamentarian Sharon
Walker publicity chairman Pat Aldrich friend
ship chairman Lou Ann Sawyer sophomore
representative and Cindy Meek freshman rep
Holly Smith lst Semester President
2nd semester president
FIRST ROW Left to Right Nancy Smith Judy McClure Bonnie McCay Janice Horn
Penny Lawrence SECOND ROW Cheri Warnshuls Holly Smith Cath: McCoy
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Richard Stephens SECOND ROW Bobby Salazar John Ashman Don Bush Dennls Bingham
Dave Mlnder Allen Dutcher Pat Stroupe ErnIe MartInez DennIs MalkowskI Frank Graves
THIRD ROW Doug AlbrIght Kent Foster Don Jackson Don Gorham Frank Ellis Tad Unger
Steve Cawthon Doug Warner Tom Barker Gerald Porter Don Anderson Morshell Larson JIm
Damon Louie Castanada Tom Freeman Frank Leon Don Maynard Rodney Knaak Arnold
The Tustin Chapter ofthe Future Farmers of AmerIca IS very OCTIVS In helping young
men who are Interested In farmIng
The purposes of the organIzatIon are to encourage agrIcultural leadership to
create a love of country life to further knowledge and Interest In vocatIonal agrIcul
ture to Improve the farm home and IlS surroundIngs to encourage and practIce
thrIft, and most Important to develop character and foster patrIotIsm
There are four grades or degrees of actIve membershIp Green Hand Chapter
Farmer, State Former, and American Farmer SPGCITIC levels of attamment wIth
respect of farmmg earmngs Investments, leadershIp, and scholarshIp Gblllly are set
up for each degree
The OTTICGTS are elected semI annually The meetIngs are held TWICC a month In
the agrIcultural buIldIng Frank Graves, presIdes The other officers are Kent Foster,
VICE presIdent- Dennis MalkowskI secretary- treasurer Larry Boyer- reporter Ron
Maynard- sentinel Don Maynard, and parliamentarian Ernie Leivanos.
The Future Farmers have social activities such as the Barn Dance movies, Basket-
ball and Softball tournaments, the Snow Party deep sea fishing beach parties
iudging contests, fairs and Open House.
Each boy must have a proiect. Some ofthe boys have sheep, steers, hogs, and some
even have large proiects like leasing some land and growing beans, blackeyes, and
The Future Farmers of America are certainly men of tomorrow and we owe them
o thought of gratitude.
Future Farmer officers, Left to Right: Ernie LIGVCDOS Doug
Albright, Don Jackson, Dennis MalkowskI Frank Graves
FUTURE FARMERS AIM FOR AGRICULTURAL HORIZONS
ANNUAL BARN DANCE: F. F. A.'S AT WORK
Left to Rnght Pnncess Jen James Queen Sandy Srmmltt Princess Holly Smlth and Prmcess Chen Warnshuls
Every year the Future Farmers of Ameruca sponsor a Barn Dance whlch IS hugh
lighted by the crownung ofthe FFA Queen
On November TO amld corn husks and hay stacks Sandy Slmmltt freshman was
crowned clrmaxlng cl week of campalgnung by all the contestants
The gurls are chosen from each class then sell tickets at a penny apelce The gurl
An unusual feature of the dance was a vusut by a square dance group whlch per
formed and taught guests some dances
Bullet gets u buggy rude from F F A members Pnze steers don t always behave
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Left to nght SITTING John Esser Doug Vurek Dave Kampert Carl Summa Lynda Bardls Left to right STANDING Wes Hambldge Sheryl
Greenwood John Buster Wesley Catlln Harold Beck Kns Veeh Chuck Morrison Judy McClure Janice Horn Sally McCoy Bonnie McCay
Mnchell Rlchqrd Buss Peter Brgwn Bgnnle Jghngon Kqfhy Lange Mrs Elizabeth Gartner Holly Smith Duncan Smlth Jack Reddehase
Kay Dlllman Jud: Pollard Betsy Banyard Sandra Housley Janet Melvyn Dutton Richard Fuller Vnc Pankey
SCHOLARSHIP MIXES FUN ACTIVITY WITH BRAINS
The busy sponsors of Scholarship thas year were Mrs Elizabeth Gartner
and Wes Hambudge Vlc Pankey President Duck Fuller, Vuce Presldent, and
Bonnle McCay Secretary were the offlcers The members put on the Toy
land dance and also, an actuvuty night on February 6
Thus organlzatlon as becomlng active In the Amerlcan Fleld Servlce A
magazine drnve was held to help brung a forelgn exchange student to Tustin
Those who belong to scholarshrp are granted an honor day once a year
To obtam membershup a student must have all of has semester work ln
academlc preparatory courses He cannot have a faulure recorded ln any
Membershlp as obtained on a point basis of whrch A s are sux points and
B s two points each for a total of 20 pornts Second semester freshmen and
sophomores were awarded the prrvllege of bevng assoclate members, Nhlch
was done to encourage scholarship
Above Typmg :losses have their own scholarshlp system
Left Sometumes members get together to do homework
but usually abandon books for a lnttle educational fun
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Left to Rnght STANDING Krns Veeh Presndent Karen Marshek Gnrls Athletnc Man
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Stanley Secretary Left to Rnght SITTING Janne Severson Tennns Manager Susne
Foster Vnce Presndent Rosle Rnvas Scrapbook
FIRST ROW Left to Rnght Nancy Arthur Jolene Gnvens Sharon Johnson
Joanne Parnell Dolores Munoz Rosemary Rnvas Sandra Bnngham SEC
OND ROW Left to Rnght Dn Bassett Holly Smnth Ann Blower Judy
McClure Barbara Pampernn Karen Marshek Sylvna Greenhalgh Bnrgntto
Eklund Lynda Palston Joana Dnll THIRD ROW Left to Rnght Betsy
Banyard Nancy Stromberg Krns Veeh Cnndy Akers Sharon Reed Karen
Hewes Jannce Horn Frances Roshak Sandra Housley Susan Musfelt
FOURTH ROW Left to Rnght Carol Ernckson Carolyn Hyatt Vnckn Phnllnps
Nancy Chambers Pennn Pettengnll Sharon Walker Karen Ranns Patty
G A A MEMBERS
Becomnng a member of G A A ns somethnng
that many of the freshman and sophomore
gnrls at Tustnn are worknng for Thns year 50
gnrls were nnntnated on December I2 The gnrls
came to school looknng lnke woe be gone
wants from the backwoods of Tennessee Later
at the Football Banquet that nnght they ap
peared as flappers from the twentnes
The Football Banquet was probably the
manor actnvnty thns year However a Halloween
Dance after the Rancho football game was
held for members and thenr dates Other events
nncluded a banquet for gnrls and thenr fathers,
the Father Daughter Banquet and the publn
catnon ofthe football programs
But members had to work too They sold
refreshments at all the games, besndes worknng
The cabnnet worked hard to try and keep
the club rollnng Presndent Krns Veeh vnce
presndent Susne Foster secretary Sue Ellen
Stanley, treasurer Ruth Kneeland swnmmnng
manager Mary Ann Elzng tennns manager,
Janne Severson, and scrapbook manager, Rosne
Sponsors are Mass Margaret Ramondettn and
Mrs Georgnana Buttnngton They kept every
thnng gonng smoothly and how they put up
wnth these characters ns hard to understand'
The GAA Inntnates gracnously pose for the photographer
G A A and Vorsnty Squad members ennoy a roost beef dnnner
FIRST ROW, Left to Rnght Sandra Maybe, Dale Dennns, Kathy Wrnght,
Phyllns Harshaw, Chern Warnshuns, Susne Foster, Jean Sanday, Judy
Schnender, Sandra McRntchne SECOND ROW Ruth Kneeland, Susan
Flnppen, MaryAnn Elzng, Barbara Sears, Lnnda McCune, Jan Bunker, Merry
Moon, SueEllen Stanley THIRD ROW Lnnda Ferrel, Enleen Scott, Ann
Wnndolph, Sheryl Morrnson. Janne Severson, Susan Dutton, Dnane Baker,
Lnnda Meeks, Manlyn Cutler
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FIRST ROW left to rrght Mary Beth Frtzgerald Pattr Staples Parge Balllle
Barbara Black Donna Meadows Sandra Clark SECOND ROW Sally McCoy
Laureen Grapes Suzanne Beckwrth Karen Henderson Kay Drllman Kathy
Lange Bonnre McCay THIRD ROW Carol Carpenter Margaret Halton Cathy
Muller Ann Hernandez Barbara Johnson Melissa Mallard Patty Meskell
FIRST ROW left to rlght Suzanne Smlth Jewell Berwanger Norma Rodriguez
Cath: McCay Carolee Cam Rosalre Martunez Sharon McEIhany Lmda
Wehofer Martha Castle Lmda Nreblas SECOND ROW Suzle Brazrl Donna
Duff Karen Johnson Penny lawrence Betsy Lewls Julue Sungallla Joyce
Sandstrom Susan McClure Madelme Davls Patty Snow THIRD ROW JoElIen
Warner Karen Farrar Shen Lake Marrlean LaClerque Nancy Stafford Mary
Cloman Elarne Wrllvams Pat Casey Marsha Lohrenz Robrn Trtensor
Hockey as seen from the top of our new stadrum
Inmates Charleston for amused members
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FIRST ROW Left to Right Jeff Monroy Bull Zalser Bull Sargent: Joe Johnston Gul Gomez Bob Muran
da .lvm Eustis SECOND ROW Darold Francis Jam Slzer Tony Shields Rvchard Becker Fred Engle
Gary Bullard Dave Kampert Mark Metzlnger Larry Francls THIRD ROW Mike Doyle Larry Snow
Duck Belssel Don Randall Gary Walker Ken Sawun Doug Warner FOURTH ROW Ed Sandstrom
Davnd Ascher Tom Barker Robert Recker
VARSITY CLUB THE ELITE OF TUSTINS SPORTS WORLD
Tustlns Varsity Club enloyed many GCllVIlI9S
during the school year and promoted Splfll and
sportsmanshrp among thenr members
To be a member ot Varsuty Club a candldate
must earn a varsity letter In any mayor sport must
be elrglble and must be ID good standnng with
other members ofthe club since membership IS by
Thus years officers were President Jim Eustls
Secretary, Bob Mrranda These two boys, worknng
with advrser Bob Osborne made Inmates work
and helped members enloy club life very much
Varsuty football captarns Cortls Boyd and Gul Gamez hand
over next years ball to Jeff Monroy and Fred Engle
One two cha cha cha'
68 l am a slave of the TVCl
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Back of T Sandra Clark Susan Dutton Sherryl Morruson Ann Blower Judy McClure Mary Ann
Elzug Sandra McRutchue Pennu Pettengull Ann Wundolph Joanna Dull .ludue Schneuder Joanne Parnell
Sharon Johnson Front of T Sandra Bungham Phyllus Harshaw Janue Severson Marulyn Cutler Vucku
Phullups Suzy Foster
The Bug T Club us the culmunatuon of spots
actuvutues un the G A A
To accomplush thus great pruvulege a gurl must
earn I OOO pounts un the fueld of sports Her reward
for thus endeavor us the receuvung of her letter or
The organuzatuon of the group was put off untul
second semester due to the varued unterests and
actuvutues of the members but the gurls wushed to
unute and do theur part as a club of Tustun Hugh
Theur advuser Muss Margaret Ramondettu recog
nuzed the need for more Bug T actuvutues such as
puckle sales car washes and unter club games and
worked hard to keep the gurls busy
P E classes offer opportunuty for umprovung skulls
Over ut goes'
BIG HTH- LEADERS IN SPIRIT AND SCHOLARSHIP
QUEEN PAIGE AND HER HOMECOMING COURT
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Queen Paige Baillie, Freshman Cindy Talcotf, Senior Holly Smith.
Larry Francis makes a 10 yard gain while Jeff Monroy Robert Recker take out a Valencia player Doug Warner comes in to help Tillers won 4'l 13
Highlighting a days Ac
tivities on November 2l was
the crowning of the Home
coming queen by football
captains Cortis Boyd and Gil
The five lovelies repre
senting all four classes
ceived a huge welcome from
the returning alumni. The
crowning took place during
half-time of the Tiller-Valen-
Perky Paige Baillie iunior
representative was crowned
queen. Paige was one of our
cheerleaders this year and
worked on Student Relations.
Last year she was a candi-
date for Barn Dance queen.
Rev. Karl Christ presents plaques to Miss Stella Yokum Mrs.
J. Worthington Means and Miss Emma B. Hield at home-
The Seniors this year were
honored with two lovely rep
resentatives Birgitta Ecklund
and Holly Smith Birgitta was
a song leader last year and
this year represented Tustin
Hugh on Rankins Campus
oard H ly was G
League President first semes
ter and a recent Barn dance
pretty Lou Ann Sawyer was
Girls League representative
and a member of the swim
Blonde candidate Cindy
Talcott showed that the fresh-
man have very good taste.
DEDICATION CEREMONIES, FOOTBALL, CLIMAX BIG DAY
SWING-IN ELEVENTH IS BIG HITI
LEFT TO RIGHT Suzy Foster Bob Sowards Lmda McCune Roland Oleda Bar
bara Sears Larry Francis Bob Carnahan portray Bohemlan Irfe as Beatnlcks
Presented by the Jumor Class for the entertaunment
of all who attended was the Swlngmg Eleventh on
The acts featured songs dances and sklts One ofthe
best of these was the Beatmc Act a take off on the
present day Bohemnan cuvnluzatuon
A portrayal whnch brought down the house was The
Varsrty Club a sklt pucturlng the dally callsthenlcs of
our men of the campus Another hlghllght of the per
formance was the Four Palms a favorite snngmg group
The show presented to a packed house of 800 peo
ple was dnrected by Mrs Holly Vasel assisted by Mrs
Margaret Was as a scrnpt wrnter
Mrs Cecal Hamilton accompanued the group and
choreography was planned and directed by Mrs Georg:
ana Bufflngton and Mrs Carla Wanger
Sets designs and actors were the show s bug success
The proceeds of thus extravaganza went toward the
Jumor Senior Prom
LEFT TO RIGHT Barbara Johnson Karen Henderson Adrrenne Martmez Carole Carpenter Kathy Kre
sal Dale Denms .leanme Strader take care of Natronal Business as The frrst all woman cabinet
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IRST ROW l to Melvyn Dutton Vlc Pankey Roland Ogeda Larry Francls Davld
Ascher Doug Vurek and Chuck Mltchell SECOND ROW Carole Carpenter Jeanme
Strader Sylvla Greenhalgh Kathy Wrlght Barbara Pamperm Nancy Smlth THIRD
ROW Betsy Lewls Sally McCoy Suzanne Smnth Kathy Kresal Dale Dennls Casey
Cosper and Carolee Cam
The Robe Davzd Ascher
Take a bow Joyce Wlllnam
son Faye Thorkuldsen and
Before the show Dale Dennls Sharon Schle
gel Susan Knopp
Funlshlng touches Sponsor
Holly Lash Vusel Faye
Thespnan Troop l75O IS an active orgamza
hon at Tustun Hugh Over forty dramatucally
mclmed Tustmntes from all classes have suc
ceeded an meetmg the rlgud requirements set
up by the Natuonal Thespuan Socuety for
membershlp In thus club
Led by Mrs Holly lash Vusel theur able
advusor the group has presented many one
act plays for the student body s enloyment
Thenr greatest production of the season was
The Robe presented May l and 2 Thus
stlrrlng story was well received by the au
On February 6 the annual held trap to
Los Angeles was taken by the group Par
tncnpants had a chouce of seemg South Pa
cnfnc or the new cmerama South Sea
Tlme for speech awards Mrs Holly Lash vllsel Karen Oleda Dale Denms Sharon
Schlegel Chuck Mitchell ventures
Thespnan meetlngs were conducted thus
year by presadent Chuck Mntchell vnce pres:
dent was Doug Vurek Dale Dennis secretary
Sylvua Greenhalgh social chcurman and
Sharon Schlegel treasurer
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Elmore Barton and
Mass Margaret Ra
mondettl have fast
Back to school we happily started
Fun and leisure thus departed
The Gnrls League had a Meet n Eat
It was a food and frrendshup treat
Football opened with a bang
The South Pas team we dad harangue
Back to school our parents went
To see our teachers they were sent
A pot luck the Future Teachers dvd hold
Girls League tea Our Pool of Reflectmns
The Scholarship Qualufymg Tests were
But the lunlors and senuors dld thesr stuff
The Gurls League hostessed a
Girls came from schools both far
Our Pool of Reflections was the theme
Frlendshlp and fellowshlp reigned
The sophomores sponsored our first
They hoped for food fun and romance
To vuew the makung of a yearbook
The Audlon staff a fleld day took
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A gala even1ng was had by all
The annual Barn Dance was a ball
Just one day of rest we had
But even for that we were qunte glad
A day was spent at Redlands U
Knowledge of lournallsm to accrue
W1th Alumm galore
T was Homecommg once more
Pauge Ballle was crowned
And Valencla was downed
The Jumors slaved to produce a show
For the Prom to ralse some dough
W1th the Four Palms there to help enterta1n
They packed In 800 1n sp1te of ra1n
Thanksglvung vacatlon a blesslng true
W1th lots of fun and turkey too
Sleughrlde to the Stars the G1rls League
Was a Chrlstmas treat and a loy to all
The Chrlstmas Story told 1n song
Joyous SEFIOUS and none too long
ln1t1ates suffered 1nt1m1dat1ons
At the athletlc clubs 1n1t1at1ons
The C 5 F a dance had planned
To help brnng a student from another land
After a program we went to vacatuon
For two weeks of needed relaxat1on
17 The Thesp1ansf1eld trap was terr1f1c
They went to Hollywood and saw
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Answers on our mlnds so brught
We soon found we had not studued enough
And that IS why f1naIs are tough
3 The Faculty and Varslty at basketball
The Faculty won the Alumm got rattled
A dance was held by the F T A
For a worthy student a scholarshlp to pay
crown you Queen Palgel
One two cha cha cha
New game Handball
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Sprung class presrdents, Ter
ry Jay, sensors, Ruchard
Becker, gumors, John Veeh,
freshmen, Don Slawson,
Dancing and games were the note ofthe eve
And everyone was sorry to leave
The C S F Actrvnty Night
After the Tustan Capo frght
After the Tustun Valencia game
To the Art Club Dance everyone came
The Annual Santa Ana Relays took place
To wnn top honors nt was a race
ln return for servnce to Tustnn Hugh
The Delta Slgmas went bye bye
Our F T A went to a conventuon
To study teachung thelr untentlon
The sophomores held a dance by which
Their depleted treasury was enriched
The Tustin Flrst Annual lnvltatlonal
Drsplayed our track team which was
To the nearby Isle of exotic romance
Our sensors took off In a hollday trance
To Catalma laughmg they went
A day of fun and rest they spent
Each G A A member wuth her dad
Came to the banquet the G A A had
Finals over the quarter passed
Our Easter vacation was here at last
To learn some trucks of the wrntlng trade
To a Journallsm Workshop a trap was made
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And the band IOIHIDQ un,
The Sprung Concert, "Musnc A La Carte'
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The Robe our sprung play was a success
To the audience at brought much happmess
To vnew the fashlons ofthe sprung
The Glrls League Fashlon show was quite
A resplte from sunglng and entertalnlng
The Musuc Department from school dld over
6 Our Annual G A A Aquacade
Mardl Gras Holiday a bug hut made
After slavlng all year at lournallsm tasks
Our hard working writers were rewarded
Food and drunk were the note ofthe day
At the pucmc given by the G A A
was the theme
The Prom went as If a Dream
At the end of thus glorious eve
Everyone was sorry to leave
Walker the wmnah'
Now watch this
Steadues Gul and Cher: Karen and Ben
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Pride of Art Club
As hugh school days drew to a close
The sensors with fulfllled hearts arose
To salute their takmg leave
Baccalaureate they dld receuve
On thus day our Auduons were slgned
Frlendshnps for the future to bond
Their school days had swiftly flown
As If on sulver wlngs
They now with saddened hearts depart
Go on to greater thmgs
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HI Y LANCERS
Lett to nght on wall Rnchard Buss Don Hcks Barry Ellerbroek Lee Wheelock
Ed Sandstrom Phil Weaver John Hardy Tom Beatty STANDING Melvyn Dutton
Duck Belssel Vlc Pankey David Ness Peter Brown Otto Brxler Allan Motley
Y CLUBS SERVE SCHOOL CITY
The Tustln Hu Y Clubs newly organized themselves fvrst of the year adopted their
constltutnon and paved the way for the new members leadership next year Planned
actnvltles for the year were gym nlghts held at the Tustin Hngh School gymnasrum
recreatronal actrvutnes held at the Santa Ana Y M C A and sprung beach partues The
annual Easter breakfast was held by all Hn Y Clubs Servnce progects Included money
rausmg campaigns for the purpose of sendnng delegates to the Youth IH Government
Model Legrslature held annually at the Calnforma State Capital un Sacramento
These progects Include car washes the sponsornng of Ilght weight basketball games
and communlty servnce programs
The meetings of the Hn Y Clubs met once monthly twice mformally and through
these meetnlgs and service protects they strived to continue further clean Christian
llvmg for both themselves and those they meet
STANDING left to rrght Tum Merwm Bob Scwards Darold Frances Jrm Dretruch
Gary Bullard Chuck Flscher Dan Dwyer sponsor Edwin Veeh KNEELING Phll
Eaton Cortls Boyd .lim Eustls Davud Ascher
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FIRST ROW Pat Stroup Joe DeCamp .lam Wlllcutt Bull Conway Allen Murray Robm
Grenstead Ed Brugal and sponsor Elmore Barton SECOND ROW Wayne Hoffman
Larry Andrresen Brlan Bost Bull McCulla George Peale Hamnlton Dutcher John
Cleveland Rack Dlmon Scott Eruckson Paul Dean Jlm Wilson Ralph Younger
Klm Wes' Members work on student relatrons board
occassonally fund rt necessary to frusk
Tnller students who get out of lane
AND COUNTRY ENJOY MANY ACTIVITIES
Y Teens the newest
club on campus thus year,
was dedicated to publlc
Sponsoring a canned
food drlve, maknng tray
favors for Santa Ana
Commumty Hospntal and
mvltnng guest speakers to
their open meetmgs were
among thenr many com
munnty servlces and ac
Sponsmed bl' the 50" Fmsr Row cam: o umm Nancy smffofd Elame w1ll1u111s Joan Mfcfuw sscowo Row
I9 Ano Y W C A 9 Sherry Lake Marcella Johnson Terry Beardslee Lmda Herman Laureen Grapes Norma Jones
CIU WGS open to all Ltsa Myers Mary Stewart THIRD ROW Lynda Bardls Dana Karas Lorelle Llnkhart Barbara
glrls wlfh the so ho Russ Karen Farrar Sharon Samdahl Nancy Martm Carolee Cam
more Class havung the
largest turn out
Meetungs were twnce a month after school under the dlrectnon of
nts capable officers Elame Wulluams Presndent Carol OBrazar
Vlce Presldent Nancy Stafford Secretary, and Joan McGraw Treas
urer Muss Ruth Phelps, sponsor dud much to encourage enthusuasm
Besides thear club protects Tustms Y Teens partlclpated In County
Y Teen events
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FIRST ROW David Ascher Roland Oleda Cortrs Boyd Phil Eaton Gul Gamez Tony Shields Larry
Francis SECOND ROW Judy McClure Karen Raines Susan Musfelt Lmda Ralston Vicki Phillips Linda
McCune Cheri Warnshuis Mary Beth Fitzgerald Laureen Grapes Sharon McElhany Merry Moon Gary
Bullard Jim Eustis THIRD ROW Mrs Catherine Lee Sheri Lake Carole Knowles Bergitta Eklund Penn:
Pettenglll Joanne Parnell Kay Dullman Sandra Bingham Judy Pollard Carol 0 Brezar Carol Stansberry
Darold Frances Gary Walker FOURTH ROW Sheryl Morrison Faye Cook Cindy Akers Betsy Banyard
Linda Wehofer Nancy Stromberg Drucilla Clark Mary Cloman Mary Ann Elzlg Margaret Hilton
Kathy Lee Bill Sargent: Joy Marshall
Future Teachers of America is in its third year at Tustin
Its plans are not to follow a social pattern, but rather to try to
gain insight of and understanding of the profession
The club is one of the largest In school with a membership of 69
Under the capable leadership of its officers Phil Eaton President
Cortis Boyd Vice President Sandra Housley Secretary Gul Gamez
Treasurer and its advlser Mrs Catherine Lee the group partncu
pated In both the U S C and Riverside district conferences
Visiting a college participating in Student Government Dances,
helping to give a scholarshup to a deserving F T A Senior and
sponsoring an activity night were among many of their activities
FIRST ROW Peter Brown Sherry Lake Linda Sackman Karen Rains Treas.- Sandra Nottingham
Secs Marsha Lohrenz Pres: Jim McKee V.P.- Mary Cloman. SECOND ROW: Wesley Catlin Carole
Knowles Suzanne Smith Linda Herman Martha Castle Marie Banilla Rosie Rivas Ann Hernandez
Linda Nieblas Rosalie Martinez. THIRD ROW Robin Titensor, Sharon McElhany Mandy Davis
Lour Ann Sawyer Pat Casey Faye Cook Pam Cleveland Irene Post Carol O'Brezar Lynda
Bardis, Nancy Young, Cathy Miller, Judy Wood. FOURTH ROW, Dave Martinez, Susan McClure,
Pat Snow, Betsy Lewis, Penny Lawrence, Kay Dillman, Nancy Stafford, Judy Campbell, Barbara
Young, Sandra Hasson, Sylvia Waters.
The Spanish Club at Tustin en
loyed one of its most active years
under the sponsorship of Miss
Eleanor Hodges and Ralph Wil
Any student having had a year
or more of Spanish was invited to
loin, and the 40 members were
expected to take an active part
In all the club functions
The group met about once a
month drew up a constitution,
charged dues and organized
During the year, members
learned the cha cha, saw demon-
strations in Spanish dancing, ate
the usual Spanish food, and in-
creased their understanding ofthe
language through visiting speak-
ers and by attending Spanish
T 's club made the usual
drag' language course come
alive and gave the students inter-
esting background for future
FIRST ROW Left to Right Vicki Phillips Sylvia Greenhalgh Holly Smith Linda Ferrell Karen Rains Judie
Schneider Barbara Johnson Sharon Johnson Rosie Rivas SFCOND ROW Merry Moon Marilyn Cutler
Sandra McRitch1e Susan Mu flet Karen Marshek Carol Erickson Sandra Bingham Carol Mogensan
Joanne Parnell Eddie Veeh THIRD ROW Donna Dutton Penny Lawrence Kay Dullman Sally McCoy
Ann Wlndolph FOURTH ROW Jane Sundquist Peter Atherton Peter Brown Jay Beckwith Adrienne
Martinez ON LADDER D1 Bassett Judy McClure Nancy Chambers Bonnie McCay
Johnson Marilyn Rltchard SECOND ROW Wayne Curl Valerie Chase Cathy
Cowan Cordelia Grapes Margaret Hilton Nancy Chambers Christine Thompson
Mrs Ora Baker
FIRST ROW Tom Monaghan Keith Droste Margaret Hilton Nancy Chambers Ann
Wmdolph Jane Sunclquist Christine Thompson SECOND ROW Mrs Ora Baker
Barbara Johnson Cathy Cowan Lynda Ralston Merry Moon Sharon Reed Marilyn
Rltchard Karen Johnson
Tustin's Delta Sigma club
enioyed many activities dur-
ing the school year.
The club is for those stu-
dents who have shown out-
standing service to their
school by earning service
s ars Five stars must e
earned to be a member of
Delta Sigma members have
many extra privileges They
may be excused from study
hall on Fridays and are able
o go on an annual oi
This years members went
to Hollywood to see South
Once a month the Citizen
ship Council elects what is
known as a Delta Sigma of
the month He receives recog
nition by his club members as
doing more than his share of
service to Tustin High
Under the direction of Mrs Ora Baker Tus
tin Highs art teacher the Poster Club has
grown and flourished since its origination in
Since its organization three years ago the
club has served a double purpose Not only
does it stimulate talent in poster design but It
also wants ready willingly and eager to pro
vide posters for any and every occasion Any
one who has the creative urge may belong
This year the club served under the direction
of its officers with Christine Thompson Pres:
dent Karen Johnsen Vice President and Bar
bara Johnson Secretary
The Art Club under the auspices of Mrs Ora
Baker has experienced many enloyable times
through out the years at Tustin High
Organized to create a better and fuller
understanding of the language of art the club
has greatly deepened the members interest in
the feild The annual trip to art museums dis
plays and scenic travel movies have been
thrlllng experiences to the students and an
encouraging enlightenment un the art world
The club membership is open to any art stu
dent who has an A average in his work
The club leaders were Sharon Reed pres:
dent Nancy Smith vice president, and Karen
Johnson secretary treasurer
The club enloyed an educational field day at
Cmerama They also were very successful In
sponsoring a dance an February
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FIRST ROW Left to Rlght Drrector Wullnam Lernberger Jean
Grapes Katie Watkxns Margaret Hodges Gloria Brrsbun
Robert Salazar Joan Cantrell Joe Ellen Warner Adelle
Kneeland Pamela Htkade SECOND ROW Rena Teer
Jeannie Strader Norma James Joyce Stewart Tom Thor
klllsen Bull Clasen Dave Smith Jon Boyd Dolores Orcutt
Kathy Barth Mary Ackley Pat Jensen THIRD ROW Marcla
Hanson Carol Stansberry Marcella Johnson Darlene Hoey
kens Joe Wolfe Ron Farnsworth Leonard Schneck Jon
Holmberg Anne Perrme Donna Lee Hawkins Karen
Moore Dayle Alexander
petent dlrectlon of Wllllam Leunberger
Choir IS lust the place to start the clumb
FIRST ROW, Left to Right, Duane Crank, Susan Barry, Shar: Farnsworth, Janice
Maybee SECOND ROW, Carolyn Harmon, Veronica Asue, Mary Lnevanos, Pattl
Boyer THIRD ROW, Sherry Lindley, Madeleine Davls, Sue Kay Allen, Sandy Sand
strom, Glenda Slssel, Karen Farrar FOURTH ROW, Terry Beardslee, Barbara Arndt,
Pattr Staples, Mary Beth Fitzgerald, Eluzabeth Asp, Elame Wrllrams, Lorelre Lmkhart,
beautuful to the eye
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Chorus ns not all work, yet :ts not all play
A member IS taught to fully develop qualltues
to harmonlze, and to read notes Whale he IS
Iearnmg these valuable things he us able to sung
some of hrs favorite songs If a slnger intends
to go Into more advanced groups, the Concert
Freshmen and sophomores who intend to
make a career of muslc, or If they lust enloy
slngmg, are especlally urged to slgn up for
classes The chorus members helped to present
the second annual Sprung Concert, Aprll I7
They sang a collection of thelr favorite songs
The concert was not only pleasing to the ear but
AT THE PIANO Carol O Brezar FIRST ROW Left to Rught Donna Crank Ruth Castro Jesse Curuel
Lunda Hermon Carol Burd Judy Guerruer SECOND ROW Delorus Grow Sandra Jones Lunda Bethune
Sherry Lake Connue Sue Hartle THIRD ROW Phyllus Walton Judy Breutzman Joana Dull Marrylou
Ballard Lous Breutzman
Though no trumpets blare and no fanfare us forthcomung Tustun Hugh us proud to
present the lovely Sophustucates Thus group of advanced songsters has worked dulu
gently throughout the year to provude musucal entertaunment for numerous and varued
The Sophustucates durected by Bull Leunberger have entertauned at a Tustun
Woman s Club Meetung lun utself an admurable accomplushmentl and at a Santa Ana
Busuness and Professuonal Women s Club meetung At the deducatuon of the new Tustun
Hugh multu purpose buuldung the lubrary and the admunustratuon buuldung they sang
a beautuful and sturrung arrangement of our alma mater
Durung the Sprung actuvutues the Sophustucates provuded a touch of meloduous
entertaunment for the Gurls League Mother Daughter Fashuon Show
On Aprul I7 the Sophustucates together wuth the Madrugal Sungers the Chorateers
the Concert Chour and the Band presented the Sprung Festuval Thus was a gala
affaur wuth multu colored dresses festuve musuc and not a luttle confusuon The show
was excutung to produce and only one of many such actuvutues of the Sophustucates
Though thus group has been un exustence for only two years ut us quuckly becomung
an untegral part of the musuc department of Tustun Unuon Hugh School
AT TABLE Left to Rught Sharon Johnson Cortus Boyd Sharon McEIhany Ron Dellunger Joanne Parnell
Phul Eaton Sandra Maybee Jum Eustus Judy Royer Bob Sowards STANDING Lett to Rught Lynne
Carter Wesley Catlun Sandra Smoyer Bull Sargentu Judy Upmeyer Fred McFadden Sandra Mounce
Bob Carnahan Cathy Maynard Ruchard Buss Lmda Bardus Dennus Rudeout Sandra Thomas
Have you ever partucupated un
the thrull of group sungung at a
dunner table? lf you have you
would enuoy beung a Madrugal
Sanger Thus group us generally
found suttrng or standung about
a dunung table
The madrugal began un the
Muddle Ages when duners would
furst eat and then sung ln musuc
madrugal us applued to a part song
for several vouces sumple un style
wuth luvely rhythms and wuthout
The madrugal groups at Tustun
Hugh have lust been rnstututed thus
year Sunce uts unceptuon ut has had
many engagements locally and
un addutuon several un Santa Ana
and Orange Wulluam Leunberger
the musucal durector hopes that
the group wull be perpetuated to
become a permanent organuzatuon
at our school Mr Leunberger wull
generally concede that whule the
group consuders utself to be the
best advanced chorus un the
school ut us very modest and not a
Both boys and gurls qualufy for
membershup and they are admut
ted only after successful comple
tuon of try outs For thus reason uts
members have vouces of excep
tuonally hugh caluber
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The drama dance and musvc departments revealed thelr specual talents In the
l958 Christmas program December l8th and l9th At the December l9th assembly
the students of T U H S had the prnvslege to view this spectacular which was under
the dlrectuon of Mrs Holly Vlsel Wlllnan Lennberger and Mrs Georglana Butflngton
After the presentatuon ofthe sp1rltofChrlstmas the Madrugal Singers appeared an
theur winter outfits to rung out wnth several tuneful Chrnstmas numbers
Following the songs came a chorus of angels In flowlng white gowns hauling the
coming ofthe Natlvlty scene which was beautifully re enacted on our stage
Natuvlty scene SIQhlfI9S much to Tustln students
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not be called a club or organuza
tuon ut us very actuve for such a
few members Under the unstruc
tuon of Wayne Crowl the four
boys learned the ups and downs
of workung wuth lughts curtauns
sound and sets
The boys were always on hand
for any school productuon for no
performance could have been suc
cessful wuthout thus group
Elaune Wulluams Marsha Lohrenz Nancy Stafford
are posed at audutoruum door to receuve auduences
Wayne Crowl Bobby Salazar John Daugherty Frank Mendoza Chrus Brady
The Usherettes a servuce group of eughteen sophomore gurls were
chosen for theur hugh cutuzenshup and scholarshup attaunments durung
theur freshman year
Presudent Elaune Wulluams and Vuce Presudent Marsha Lohrenz each
led a group of nune gurls whuch alternately ushered at varuous occa
suons Baccalaureate and Graduatuon Servuces are the only occasuons
when the whole group ushered together
The gurls appeared un beautuful dresses gloves and dressy shoes
and were a valuable aud un attaunung socual pouse and ease un meet
ung people They were proud representatuves of the school to the
For each usherung duty the gurls receuved servuce stars for attaunung
membershup un Delta Sugma
Mrs Vurgunua Gasparottu the group s sponsor auded the gurls
throughout the year
Lunda Nueblas Lunda Wehofer Susan McClure Mary Clomon Drusulla Clark Nancy
Stafford Cathy Maynard Karen Johnson Sandy Wood Marcella Johnson Elaune
Wulluams Rosalue Martmez Donna Duff Marsha Lohrenz Judy Legan
SERVES TILLERS WELL
When most schools shout complaints about the food
or garbage served to them at noon Tustln ns a bug
exceptuon In the new cafeteria Tlllers ate the daily fare
and enloyed every blte whuch revived splrlts and gave
them courage and energy to contunue afternoon classes
The cafeteria staff ably served the students at snack
tame and specnal banquets and at the noon lunch
SECOND ROW Ann Elmore Teresa Arndt Helen Thompson Man
ager Irene Hansell
Locker stuck? Need a ladder to paint the eagle'9
Need someone to druve a rooters bus to a game on a
fneld trlp'9 Locked out of class? Call a custoduan These
men were always around when a Tlller crled for help
and gave assistance to any problem that he mlght have
had Head custodlan Elmo Batten kept has group In tow
and saw that the students always had help when they
CUSTODIANS CLEAN UP AFTER MESSY
TILLERS PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION
FRONT ROW, Left to Rlght Ed Wuley, Johnny Berry, Conme Walton, Horns Crowell BACK ROW, Left
to Rnght "Headman" Elmo Batten, Earl Marshall, Ed Pntchard, Clarence Vaughn, Wrlbur Stephens,
George Lyons, Austin Cole
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Water formohons are worked on unhl perfechon
FIFTH ANNUAL AQUA FROLICS FULL OF FUN COLGR
Neophytes begun thenr number
Ballot legs take a lot of practice
Weavnng a spell of ganety and laughter Mardi Gras
Holiday made the fnfth annual GAA Aqua Frollcs un
usually different and fun to watch
Thus year 165 gurls partlcupated Many more were used
an pamtmg the colorful scenery workmg on programs and
tuckets and blowung up balloons un time for the perform
ances May T5 and T6
The show opened wlth the usual flurry ond excutement It
was balanced by comedy dreamy duets new formations
and elaborate costumes The whole group lonned In for the
spectacular endmg Brazul
Mnss Margaret Ramondeth and Mrs Georglana Buffmg
ton picked records formed routmes and chose groups of
the more able swimmers to work In the show
One "star" plus four
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Poker and relaxatuon room
Sensor sponsors at the shore
On a sunny day In March 21 sensors boarded buses
and headed for the Balboa Bay club
Their reason? To board the Lucky Dutchman a car
peted muraled sundecked coke fllled boat which was
wartmg to carry them twenty sux mules across the sea
As the buses headed toward the beach early rlsers
up and down Newport Avenue were serenaded to rous
mg voices smgrng such favorites as Down by the Old
Mlll Stream Sweet Adelme Brcycle Bullt For Two
and Row row row Your Boat
The frrst sight of the Lucky Dutchman was unbellev
able Slttmg an the bay thus enormous vessel was a wel
come slght Upon boardrng everyone had to run all
over the boat selectmg favorite chairs ln the large
lounge gazmg at the orl murals whrch hung everywhere
CLASS OF 59 GOES
ON A SEA CRUISE
TO OFFSHORE ISLAND
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selectmg a good place for the record player and setting
up groups for poker
The tnp over was rather hard for a few landlubbers
but the excltement of the Island fun approaching dns
couraged everyone from becoming too ull
The day on Cataluna went much too fast There was
so much to do Swlmmlng sunmng touring bncyclmg
eatmg playlng volleyball horseback radlng slngmg
all these were included un the days actlvltues
The boat trup on the way back was hlghlnghted by
mostly eatmg snnce most everyone hadn t felt much luke
eatmg durrng the flrst trap and were too busy havmg
fun on the nsland
It was a crazy group of klds that came bleary eyed
Into the parking lot that evenmg slnglng the Alma
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Left to Rught Leonard Schenck Jum McKee John Buster Duck Beussel Melvyn Dutton
FIRST ROW Left to Rught George Peale Mac Hodge Terry DeVrues Leonard Schenck Duck Beussel
Jum Mattuson John Boyd Sam Wood Merle Ryland SECOND ROW Lusa Meyers Jayne Clark Dave
Heckelman Howard Wulluams Keuth Droste Tom Ebel Bob Frost Pete Cortu Jum McKee Merle Wucks
Gary Smuth Durector Wayne Crowl THIRD ROW Jay Grant Cluff Heanes Melvyn Dutton John
Buster Ed Sandstrom Hamulton Dutcher Muke Welch
The band s 30 members under the durectuon of Wayne Crowl had a full season
thus year The band was seen at all home football and basketball games addung to
the color ofthe affaurs On November 27 the band traveled to Santa Parade and
took fourth place un uts duvusuon The band also went to Dusneyland on December 21
and receuved an honor plaque at that appearance The annual Sprung Concert
Aprul T7 uncluded a band concert for the student body and the publuc
Mr Crowl provuded a vast array of musuc durung the year Thus musuc uncluded
songs and popular dance musuc Wuth the many fune musucuans un the band small
unstrumental groups have evolved from ut The Rebels a duxue band and a small
dance band are such groups
Durunq the year members of the band elected offucers Thus year Jum McKee
served as band manager Jayne Clark as secretary John Buster and Merle Wucks
were unuform supervusors and Howard Wulluams acted as lubraruan
throughout the Tustun area
Parade and varuous dances
Numbers were practuced at one of the
members homes sometumes under the protest
of the neughbors The boys agreed that they
have not only had a lot of fun and enuoy
ment out of the group but also ut has en
ruched theur understandung of musuc as a
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musucuans came from the school band and
formed the dauntless uoyful energetuc
duxue band known far and wude as the
Rebels of Tustun Hugh Thus group of young
men namely Jum McKee waulung on the
trumpet Leonard Schenk swungung the sax
Keuth Droste plunkung the puano Duck Beussel
beatung the skuns John Buster sludung the
trombone and Melvyn Dutton bocustung the
bass won acclaum for duxue type musuc
Among theur many publuc appearances has
been entertaunung at the Orange County
League of Cuty Offucuals Tustun Tuller Days
gmbum Black Janle Severson
Go you Tustnn Trllersl These rmmortal
words from the Trller Chant symbollze the
splrrt and frght Tustln students strlve for
during varsrty games
This year the fave cheerleaders drd their
best to keep the splrat ahve and the team
On days of bug games Lee Wheelock
head cheerleader organuzed pep rallys at
noon to keep the Trllers aware ofthe um
portance of game attendance Durrng as
semblles various announcements were
made about the srgnrfncance of games and
about the present league standrngs
Susan Dutton Parge Baillie
Tustin s splrlt 'flourished durrng basket
ball and the bag Tustin rnvrtatlonal track
meet aroused the mterest of many Trllers
who had never shown rt before
As fast as the Trllers drew vlctorres from
favorrte rrvals Laguna and Brea the cheer
leaders renewed efforts to keep pep alrve
as It sometimes decreases after bug vlc
These five students will be remembered
long by classmates for keeping Tustms
pep and spnrlt very much alive
CHEERLEADERS PEP VIGGR KEEP TILLERS WINNING
Left to rrght Parge Barllre, Susan Dutton, Lee Wheelock, Janne Severson, Barbara Black
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Duane Baker Lmda McCune Path Staples Mary Beth Fltzgerald
Ready at a moment s notlce to perform
their cute routmes at Tuller games were
the songleaders thus year
These four gurls Introduced many new
songs and dances for Tustm students to
follow and made new frsends for Tustm
Tullers were proud to see them perform
at league games for certalnly no school
In the Orange League had songleaders
with cuter outfits or better routines
They danced tnrelessly then lumped up
to help cheer our teams to vvctory Tustm s
band under the dlrectuon of Wayne Crowl
New at Tustin thus year were our flag
twlrlers Although they only performed at
football games they added much to the
color and excitement of halftime.
Left to right: Linda Annliker, Denny Mackey, Linda Ralston
FRONT: Cindy Akers. BACK, left to right: Sharon McElhany, Carole Knowles, Frances Roshak, Linda Ferrell,
HALFTIME SHCWS HARD WCDRK EXCITEMENT
Preclslon was the word for Tustm s malorettes this year
The group doubled In slze from past years and Improved :ts style also The gurls
made their debut sn thelr new costumes at our flrst league game and performed at
games away from home with ease
Led by Candy Akers they used unusual dances and formatnons to add to therr
co ordunated baton twlrllng
Tustm s first drlll team performed at early football games and Improved their
Composed of freshmen sophomores and lumors the group marched brlskly be
hmd the band glvlng halftames sparkle and excutement
BACK ROW left to ught Shen Fransworth Sue Allen Karen Bethune Bobbn Kang Carol Carter Tom
Gaston Joyce Druck Jud: Ascher Cathy Cowan Becky Talcott FRONT ROW Leone DeKlser Jem James
Head Coach Bob Osborne
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TOUGH TILLERS FIGHT HARD FOR VICTORY
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Orange League Standings
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Fullbacks Dave Kurnpert, Cortis Boyd
John Sours and Bob Osborne congratulate award winners Cortis ,
Boyd, Bob Recker, and Fred Engle at G.A.A. Football banquet. Lme C0C'f'1J0hH Souls
AND TAKE LOSSES IN STRIDE
Lmemen Phil Eaton Mike Bonney, Jim Eustis, Mike Casey, Ken Sawin, Carl Gentine, Tony
Shields Jim Sizer John Winter, Don Randall, Bob Carnahan, Doug Warner, Ben Bryant, Ed Hill.
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Frank Forbes Todd Krell John Madory Bull Bam SECOND ROW
Warren Vrnmg Danny Chnst Dave Francls Joe Wolfe Bull McCuIIa
Norman Edson John Veeh Tony Torres Larry Freeman Jessee Har
nandez Charles Tucker THIRD ROW Duke Alrrch Fred McFadden
George Peale Don McKee Doug Davis Tum Stevenson Steve Housley
Jlm Phlllrps Krm Lebo Kent Foster George PEIIIIIBY FOURTH ROW
John Bahner Tony Taylor John Plawln Roger Shultx Frank Bartock
Don Bush Wayne Hyatt John Pamperln Wally Baldwin Don Slawson
Tom Smith Mlke Wolverton
MIGHTY BEES TAKE ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP
Before this mlghty team could be stopped rt manntcuned
a wmmng streak of 26 games They gave Impressive show
ings as they polushed off the league teams At the begun
ning ofthe season, coach John Veeh sand We are mexpe
rlenced with mostly freshmen, but the splrlt IS even better
than last years team Thus unexperlence led the team
to an Orange League championship
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FIRST ROW Art Carlsoza Gary Bell Kim West Bull Cochran John Bost Rob McQulston Bob Budke Tom Ewing Jack Hart
Dave Berwanger Cary Bickler Steve Jahn Jon Gracomelll .lim Kampert THIRD ROW John Hamilton Ralph Castaneda
Larry Vain Ed Warnshuls Mike Schneider SECOND ROW Claude Badly Mac Hodge Pete Creclon Jim Campbell Bull
Wayne Hoffman Dave Grlset John Doolittle John Worlund Burge Geroge Bernau Brian Bost Jim Broomell Joe LeBard
C TEAM DEVELOPS NEW SKILLS
Although failing to wm the league championship our C team emerged from
the l958 season with a record of five wms and four losses and managed to write at
least three Firsts into the Tustin record book It was the first C team to win a
home game the first triumph over Huntington Beach and the first squad to have a
winning season in some thirteen years
Well coached by Tom Noon who was aided by George Trotter the team ran off
the T formation often using flankers and split ends Two fine quarterbacks Pete
Creclon and Cary Bickler called the signals
The team stayed on the ground about two thirds of the time with backs like
Chuck Beaubler Art Carlsoza and Steven Jahn totlng the ball Holes were opened up
by such rugged llnemen as Bill Burge Bob Budke George Bernau and John Worland
When passing was indicated, star ends Joe LeBard and Ralph Castenada were favor-
Brian Bost received special appreciation from coaches and players for an excellent
iob of managing the team.
Varsnty coach George Trotter
McCabe and Buss walt wtth Brea s varstty for the rebound The Tlllers beat the Wildcats 55 49
VARSITY BASKETBALL A BIG YEAR
Tustm completed a successful basketball season wuth a 15
won 9 lost record
The Tlllers started slowly and lost their first 3 games to
Slerra Huntington Beach and Buena Park As the season
progressed they began to play better ball and wan
During the Christmas Vacatlon Tustm entered the Bannmg
lnvttatlonal Tournament The Tlllers disposed of thetr ftrst op
ponent Elsmor wlth llttle trouble ln the the second game
they defeated the Tourney favonte Cochllla by 48 to 33 ln
the sem: finals Tustm htt one of thelr coldest nights shootmg
wlse and lost to Bannlng 48 to 27 But they returned the next
day to wtn 3rd place defeatlng Palm Sprmgs 48 to 38
Tustm entered league play wtth a good chance of wlnnlng
the champlonshlp The hoopsters disposed of Captstrano easlly
by a score of 41 to 28 Tustm met Laguna In the Tustm gym
and were upset by a score of 54 to 47 Tustm rebounded from
this loss to defeat league leadmg Brea and Valencla by the
scores of 55 to 49 and 53 to 40 respectively
The second round started wuth Tustm Laguna and Brea tied
for the league lead Tustm defeated Capustrano 61 to 24
The Tullers then traveled to Laguna and defeated the Artnsts
on their home floor by a score of 47 to 38 Thts was fol
lowed by the all Important Brea game Tustm lost to Brea an
a heart breaking overtime by a score of 50 to 48 We then
defeated Valencua 54 to 44 for second place
Enterlng the C I F play off the Ttllers agam lost to mighty
Buena Park 47 to 33
Recelvtng Orange League honors for the Tlllers were Mark
Metzmger Ftrst team Gary McCabe Second team Ruchard
Buss and Jeff Monroy honorable mentton
Richard Buss recetved the most valuable player award wtth
Mark Metzunger chosen as next year s captain
Without the able dlrectton of Coach George Trotter and
assustance of Managers Ted Brazul and John Emu the team
wouldn t have been complete
Captam Bob Mnranda
Gary McCabe Mark Metzunger
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Tom Barker Don McKee Mike Doyle
Jesse Hernandez The big Laguna game: Victory!
B'S END THEIR 1959 SEASON PERCHED NEAR THE TOP
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FIRST ROW Left to Rrght Dav d Franc s Dan Chrlst John Veeh Don Slawson F ank Forbes Lee
Wheelock Tod Krell BACK ROW Manager B ll McCalla Bar y Elle broek George Peale Steve Housley
Fred McFadden Ed Veeh Jrm Dletrrch Bob Sowards Hobert Cook Bob Grey
B coach Ed Veeh
Led by the excellent coachrng of Edwm
Veeh the Taller Bs ended therr season
wrth a record of l4 wnns and 5 losses At
the flrst of the season the B s were fairly
green but as the year progressed they
gradually developed Into a well balanced
team John Veeh Hobert Cook and Danny
rust rn th t order were the to
In pre season play the B s beat Buena
Park 45 25 lost to Huntmgton Beach 27
20 and beat La Habra 36 30 Thus year
the B s won the Brea Tournament by scar
:ng wms over Buena Park 42 27 Valencia
41 26 and Costa Mesa 35 20 ln other
pre season games the B s won over New
port Harbor 40 29 and Corona 40 38
They lost to Santa Ana 42 37
Although the race for the Orange
League Champronshrp was close the Bs
came rn an easy second place In their frrst
league game they lost to Capistrano 39
32 Then the B s came through wuth wms
of Costa Mesa 37 28 Laguna Beach 32
28 Brea 45 32 followed by a loss to Va
lencra 32 30 The second round the Bs
agaln lost to Caplstrano but collected
consecutive wms over Costa Mesa 38 30
Laguna Beach 39 29 Brea 47 34 and
Valencra 38 29
At the end ofthe season the team elect
ed Hobert Cook as honorary team captain
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CHAMPION CS CLOBBER COMPETITION
The C s fnmshed the season as league champnons Thls ns the furst champlon
sh1p to be won by Tustm C s smce I949
Russell Sulllvan former varslty coach made has debut as the C coach thus
year Hus team had thnrteen wms and two losses for the season
The two losses were to Buena Park and La Habra both early nonleague games
Two of Tustm s toughest foes the Newport Beach and Huntmgton Beach C
were both defeated by Tustm One of the
roughest tnlts was agalnst Valenc1a but
the Tustm drlvers managed to br1ng the
The startlng team was led by forward
Kent Foster team captann Darrel Prtmrose
forward Erme Martanez center and .lum
Broomel and Pete Creclon guards com
pleted the l1ne up
Primrose was hugh scorer wlth an eleven
polnt average per game Rlchard Carter
took honors of beung the most umproved
player whule Klm Lebo was named the
most valuable substltute of the flfteen boys
who went out for the team All of the boys
recelved letters and also s1lver basket
Although the team lacked ssze rt made
up for thus 1n speed and sheer aggresslve
ness sand Coach Sulllvan
Tustm Elem A s
BOTTOM TO TOP Left to Rlght J1m Broomel Ralph
Castenado Art Carlsoza Mlke Lennue Kent Foster
Tom Lochrne Steven .lahn Duck Carter Darrell Prlm
rose George Bernau Klm Lebo Gorden Yuen Pete
Creclon Ernle Martlnez
Russell Sulllvan C coach
John Veeh D coach
DARING DS TUSTINS DYNAMOS
Tustm Elem A s
Tustm Elem B
After w1nn1ng fnve straught pre sea
son games the D basketball cagers
held h1gh hopes for a successful sea
son of regular play Desplte thelr suc
cess 1n early contests the Ds fn
:shed the season wuth a record of two
w1ns and three losses In league com
petntuon The eleven members of the
squad developed well as the season
progressed but they dldnt seem to
possess the all around speed and
shootmg abuluty that decudes the out
come of basketball games Some of
the D coach John Veeh s boys wlll
be movmg to the C and B teams
next year where thelr flghtmg sp1r1t
w1ll be most welcome
BOTTOM TO TOP lefl to Right Ralph Younger
Mlke Haun Jlm Kampert Mlke Srhneuder Joe le
Bard Dave Berwanger .hm Pollard
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Top sp 'nie s Frank Mendoza John Pa p r'n Roland Ogeda Ga y Bullard
Manager Tl Monaghan
Over the lop' Ed Sandsfrom
MAKE THEIR SEASON A BIG ONE
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Record breakmg relayers Gul Gamez Gary Bullard Gary Walker Richard Becker
The varsity team of Tustm under the leadershlp of captaln Ray Rldeout took flrst
place In the Orange League Tustm s fxrst record breaklng track meet started wlth the
28th Annual Santa Ana Relay
The four man two mule relay record was broken by John Cannon Joe Johnston
Ray Rldeout and Les Weaver wlth a record tlme of B 26 7 The Trllers also took fnrst
an three other relays but unfortunately lost the meet trophy to Pomona Catholic by
At the dual meet with Buena Park Gary Bullard and Gary Walker broke the B
I00 yard dash record wnth a tnme of IO 3 Walker also broke the B 220 yard dash
with a tlme of 22 6
At the Novice meet at Laguna on March I2 Bullard Darold Francls Richard Becker
and Walker broke the B 660 yard relay record at I 09 8
The Varsnty League Fnnal at Brea on Aprul 23 was won by Tustm for the :rst
tme IN I4 years Cortls Boyd placed fnrst nn the shotput wuth a put of 47931, Ben
Bryant was second Bryant also placed second In the dlscus throw Becker lost a lrst
place In the 440 yard dash by a tenth ofa second
The Varsity 880 yard Relay team won for Tustun by placung fnrst and set a new
league record of I 32 2 The outstandung varsuty members were Rldeout Cannon and
Weaver The 58 varsuty track team deserves hearty congratulatlons for thenr league
Although the B team placed snxth rn the Orange League Flnals they stall showed
The C s won the 440 yard dash relay at 46 3 and went on to C I F competr
tlon Dave Kampert placed thnrd In the hugh lump and also broke the C hugh lump
record wuth a lump of 5 7112 at the C I F Quarter Funals Thus group of potentnal varsnty
maternal placed 5th at the League Fnnals
The flrst bug meet this year was the
Santa Ana Relays whnch Tustm won tor
the flrst tame At thus Annual track meet
Tustm broke three records
The 4 man 440 set a new tame of 44 4
an nmprovement of 2 second Team mem
bers were Gary Bullard Gul Gamez Rnch
ard Becker and Gary Walker
The 8 man half mule IIO yard each
produced a new record of I 30 5 broken
by Bullard Gamez Becker Larry Francls
Darold Francus John Pamperm Joe Wolf
and Walker The old record was I 309
The 4 man half mule set a new trme
of I 32 8 The old fume of I 32 9 was am
proved by Becker Gamez Bullard and
Tustm also took the wmner s cup at the
Fnrst Annual Tustm lnvrtatlonal
The wmmng track team lourneyed to
the Fourth Annual Mustang Relays at
Enclmtas where for the thurd tlme In the
season they took the trophy There they
yard relay and the 440 yard relay
Varsuty boys who lettered last year and
returned thus year were Ben Bryant Cortns
Boyd Darold Francus Walker Bullard
Becker Gamez and Ed Sandstrom
Next years Audaon because of early
press tnme wall carry records and league
standungs of the rest of the 1959 season
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Carnahan Boyd Mendoza FYGMIS
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TUSTIN RUNS AWAY WITH ITS OWN MEET!
On Saturday March I4 Tustin Hugh
School presented nts first annual Tustun In
vutatnonal Track Meet Sponsored by local
merchants the meet proved to be a bug
success A small number of spectators
watched as Tustvn won nine of the fifteen
events and scored 5OV2 points to add an
other trophy to the school s collectnon
A new school record was set 880 yard
relay at I 31 7 Coach John Peterson was
proud to retaln the gold belt buckle re
served for the coach ofthe wmmng team
Because this was the first Tustln lnvuta
tnonal every race establushed a meet rec
ord However Tustin s sprint relay team
was able to break the exlstlng school
record with a I 3l 7 clocknng nn the 880
relay Only schools wath enrollments of
twelve hundred or less were unvuted
Although there were larger schools
present Tustin easily stole the show The
meet was run effncuently due to the serv
:ces of Maurlce Red Guyer head starter
and the supervlslon of coaches Peterson
and Russell Sullrvan meet managers
The reward for effort'
Low Hurdle Shuttle
8 Man 880
4 Man 880
4 Man 440
Shot Put I4 V4 Total l3I
Broad Jump 58 ll V4 Total l3l
Tustm s boys pack up trophnes
Walker breaks another record' At the races' Bullard off and runnlng'
Shy wmners Walker Becker Gamez Hernandez up n over'
Coach Pete encourages the squad
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FIRST ROW left to right John Bohner Howard Williams Pete Burg Alan Barnard Bill Poucher Clyde Reyes Ricky Manley John Hall
Sfflff CNG BIXIGI' -llm PhllllPS JOIN PGMPSYH1 CUYY Blfklel' SWV9 THIRD ROW Roland Oqeda Larry Francis Lee Fowler Frank Bartoch
Lindberg SECOND ROW Joe Wolfe Tom Beatty Barry Ellerbroeck Brll MCCUIIQ Fred Mgflgdden
"Big Ben" Putt
The B team was undefeated in 1959 league competition until
meeting the Artists of Laguna High They went on to win from
Brea the following week
On several occasions the men on the B team showed their
value by participating in several of the large varsity meets
including Santa Ana Relays Vista Relays Chatfey and even
our own meet The Tustin Invitational
During the 1958 season some of our top sprinters dropped
down from our Varsity for the purpose of breaking records.
In the 100 Gary Bullard and Gary Walker tied t 10.3
breaking the standing ord by .2. This same time was
repeated in 1959 again by Gary Bullard, Walker broke the
220 record turning in a time of 22.6.
ln the season of 1959 we once again find some old records
scratched and given to the ages. lt's the hurdles this lime, and
Bullard does it again. He turned in a time of 13.5 in the 120
lows to shatter the other by .1 of a second. Dave Kampert
went "for Broke ' in the 1320 and got himself a record turning
in a time of 3.24.4.
Certainly we can't forget the relay last year. Bullard, Darold
Francis, Richard Becker, and Walker ran a 1.08.1
ing the shot. Track favorite:
CEE THINCLADS WORK TOWARD SUCCESS
FIRST ROW left to rlgh? Sfan Leahy Ken? Fosfer Tom Ewing Bob Laffy Came,-on Jm, Kumperg Tony Tuylo, THIRD Row George
5'-ldlie RUlPl" C05'9f'Ud0 -109 l-Uaofd Jafk HCV' SECOND ROW Bernau Mlke Snyder Jnm Campbell Ar! Cansoza Erme Marhnez
John Hamnlton Ed Warnshnus Sieve Beckendorf Bobby MCQUISYOD Dqyld Frqnns Tim Sgevenson
Under the able dlrechon of coaches John Peterson and
Russell Sullnvan the well rounded C s made superb showmgs
nn bolh held and track events Champnonshnp aspurahons were
hugh for lhe 1959 season
Thus years C leam was reinforced by the usual core of
relurmng lellermen They were Cary Buckler Duke Olrlch Kent
Fosler Larry Francus and Clyde Reyes
Sprnnler Larry Frances shattered lhe C class records for
the 100 yard and 180 yard dashes by sireakmg to the fmlsh
lune In fumes of 10 6 and 18 8 respechvely
Dnstance runner Duke Olrlch sped over the 660 yard course
ln 1 28 beahng the former record by 2 seconds
In the field events pole vauller Cary Brckler sanled over
the 10 6 hugh bar breakmg the old record by 3 nnches
Dave Ascher Varsny musclemon Laguna Gary Bullard breaks Qhe tape
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TUSTIN ................. H 3
Rancho ................. Il 3
Laguna .,............... IO 4
Orange ................. 7 7
Buena Park .............. 6 8
Valencra ................ 6 8
Brea ................... 4
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1 I4 Frank Forbes John Veeh Pal Buers
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SWING A BIG BAT
This years Varsity Baseball
team under the coaching f
George Trotter will go into the
Orange League race with the title
of defending Orange League
Champs. The squad composed of
ive s niors six iuniors tree
sophomores and two freshmen
put forth a fine defensive effort
in their pre-league play. e
team s weak point seemed to be
in their hitting but Coach Trotter
fet that there was a vast 'm-
provement after league play
Two seniors Gary McCabe and
Jim Eustis have been playing on
the varsity baseball team since
their freshmen year Coach Trot
ter counted heavily on their ex
perlence to help shape up this
years somewhat inexperienced
m All all this te m was
sting till la was
pitched to defend their title
The usual starting lineup was
catcher Jim Eustis pitcher Gary
McCabe first base Don Randall
second base Mark Metzlnger
short stop Jeff Monroy third
base Danny Christ left field B ll
Van Ee center field Dennis Buck
ler right field Don Slauson
Coach George Trotter
Pitcher and Outfielder
-lim SIRI' Hobart Cook Denny Blckler
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FIRST ROW left to nght Klm Lebo Craug Thomas John Pollard Jnm Broomell Larry Bam SECOND ROW
Paul Gentlne Bob Sowards Tom Raulms Carl Genhne Charles Vaughn Muke Lennue Charles Tucker
Tustm This year s Junior Varslty hustlers started the seaon with a de
fensuve actuon as theur strongest asset Led by Coach Don Castle
the team met wuth defeat wuth Santa Ana but worked hard to
Improve thelr playmg
Last year s J V team placed thurd In theur league but thus year s
hustlers hoped to better that score un thelr slxteen scheduled games
for thus season
Named as outstanding pltchers were Charles Tucker and Tom
Rauland who pose real future threats to opposing ball clubs
Defenslve first baseman Tod Krell was also named as an out
standlng ball player and future hopeful Other all around good
players were named as Carl Gentlne and Charlie Vaughn
Jim Tyler Bob Sowards
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LEFT TO RIGHT Phyllus Harshaw Margaret Hulton Mary Ann Elzug Sandra Bungham Rosue Ruvas
Judy McClure Ann Blower Bonnue McCoy Barbara Sears Sherryl Marruson Janue Severson
John Ema aces
Thus year the gurls tennus team whuch consusted of the gurls unterested un com
petutuve tennus was coached by Mrs Georguana Buffungton
Throughout the season they played Rancho Alamutos Orange Anaheim New
port Harbor and Santa Ana
On Thursdays they traveled to our varuous opponents campuu wuth the swum
team to play theur matches
Under captaun Janue Severson every member of the team played to the utmost
of her abuluty
Even though they won only one match that agaunst Rancho Alamutos every
one umproved from thus experuence and the maloruty of the team wull be back un
competutuon next year
Boys Tennus contunued uts rapud Improvement The Squad lost only two letter
men from the prevuous season and un turn was bolstered by the Freshmen Class
Interest un the game was spreadung Thus upswung un the several attutude toward
tennus has put Tustun Hugh School un a challengung posutuon for the Orange League
Led by John Ema un sungles bracket and the doubles combunatuon of Dave
Gruset and Peter Crecuon the raquet squad dud well un the pre season matches
The prospects of contunued success were good
The returnung Iettermen from last years team unclude .lohn Ema Pete Crecuon
Dave Gruset Duck Beussel Vuc Pankey and Melvyn Dutton The teams both Junuor
Varsuty and Varsuty are coached by Tom Noon who us capable and understandung
to these future Poncho Gonzaleses
FlRST ROW, left to rught Davud Berwanger, Ralph Younger, Dave Foote, Phul Robb, John Dooluttle, Allen Murray, Joe
Decamp, George Peale, John Poucher SECOND ROW Peter Brown, John Buster, Dave Gruset, Kum West, Mac Hodge, Pete
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Boys Athletic Manager Terry Jay
Karen Marshek G. A. A. Manager has done
a wonderful iob carrying out the many duties
her position demands. Among her duties were
acting as hostess for Tustin High. This includes
making the song and cheerleaders from other
schools feel welcome. She also sold football
pictures and helped to co-ordinate football
As a non-voting member of the G. A. A.
board Karen assisted in giving out G. A. A.
awards. She was general co-ordinator for play
days held at Tustin scheduled games met
officials and organized hostess groups.
The G. A. A. Manager also was on the Stu-
dent Relations Committee of Student Govern-
ment. She deserves a vote of thanks for filling
an important position capably.
I would like to thank the school for ap
pointing me to this 'ob for being Athletic
Manager is a very interesting 'ob Before this
year l had known the view of sports from the
spectator s standpoint and the player s stand
point but this year l learned what goes on be
hind the scenes l met many coaches and play
ers when l met the teams from other schools
and showed them where to change Even
though l could not participate in sports this
year the players and coaches made me feel
that I was stall a part of the team All in all l
enloyed the lob very much and wish the
happiness l have felt to the incoming Athletic
Girls' Athletic Manager, Karen Marshek
TERRY AND KAREN MAKE NEW FRIENDS FOR TILLERS
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Muss Margaret Ramondettu us one of Tustun
Hugh School s most valuable assets As head of
the gurl s physucal education department she us
well known for faurness coupled wuth structness
un regulatuons Thanks to her efforts Tustun
Hugh gurls are blessed wuth one of the best
physical education programs n Orange
Coach Ramondettu promotes sportsmanshup
and fruendshup among the gurls She enuoys
workung wuth young people and does so wuth
confidence and un a straughtforward manner
whuch has gauned the respect of the gurls
As G A A advusor and Bug T advusor she
us kept quute busy ln her leusure tume she too
A wonderful aluve personaluty sparkles un
her conversatuon along wuth her sense of
humor Muss Ramondettu was orugunally from
Escondudo she attended UCLA where she
receuved her B A degree She went to U SC
to gaun her Masters degree She has been
wuth Tustun Hugh for eught years
MRS BUFFINGTGN BECGMES A FAVGRITE
Mrs. Georgiana Buffington is a prominent
member of our Girl s Physical Education De-
partment. She came to Tustin two years ago
after completing four years of teaching t
Whittier High School.
Prior to this she had attended Whittier Col-
lege, LA. State College, and the University
of Hawaii, maioring in Physical education.
There are a great variety of sports which she
enjoys including modern dance, swimming,
tennis, and especially skiing.
Mrs. Buffington spends much of her extra
time engaged in activities concerned with
G.A.A., of which she is a co-sponsor. Cur-
renty she conducts sophomore and iunior phys-
ical education classes. Mrs. Buffington is
greatly appreciated by all. We hope that she
will continue to find many more happy years
MISS RAMGNDETTI SHOWS GIRLS FUN, SPORTSMANSHIP
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SPLASH! GIRLS' SWIM TEAM WORKS HARD.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: lou Ann Sawyer, Kris Johnson, Diane Knaak, Linda Nieblas, Karen Johnson, Susie Tobias, linda Monroy, Rosemary Fowler.
Lmda Monroy Sharon McElhaney
One of the newest of our organized groups thus year was the gurls swrm
team The roll was made up largely of freshmen and although they didnt
have much practice at the beginning of the meet schedule, they did very
The meets a total of five started rn early December and ended nn late
January The competition was very rough most of the opponents were from
schools twice the size of Tustin La Habra Fullerton Anaheim Garden
Grove Newport and Santa Ana made up the competition
Early In the season at Garden Grove Tustin placed second in a tourna
ment composed of some sux schools Next year the team hopes to bring
home a first place victory
The pool will be opened for next years team at least three times a
week, and coach Margaret Ramondettl feels this will bring more confidence
of a good season
The divers who are to be under the direction of private teachers this
summer should keep up their fine performance They won first and second
places ln all but one meet
Brea and Laguna wlll be added to the lust of opponents next year
LEFT T0 RIGHT Sharon M:Elhaney Shen Everman Chris Johnson Marilyn Rrschard
LEFT TO RIGHT Marilyn Rlschard Judy Jackson Sandra Wood Karen Johnson Lou Ann ROSGUWYY FOWIU JUCIY Jackson
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Berguttcu Eklund Carol Eruckson Lunda Ralston Karen Marshek Holly Greenhalgh Barbara Pamperun Karen Raunes Sharon Johnson
Smuth Ann Blower Judy McClure Bonnue McCay Karen Hewes Nancy Joanne Parnell Du Bassett Sandra Housley Krus Veeh Januce Horn
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SENIOR GIRLS PROVE ATHLETIC ABILITIES
Under the durectuon of Muss Margaret Ramondettu and wuth the help of Mrs
Georguana Buffungton the senuor gurls have really shown theur athletuc abulutues un the
The gurls became unter class champuons un basketball playung wuth skull and apply
ung all prevuous acquured knowledge
In hockey the gurls as usual groaned at the exercuses but soon after all the kunks
were out and muscles not too sore they became masters ofthe fueld They even dud a
luttle research on better methods of playung un the lubrary
The gurls entered unto the new sport of Speed away wuth enthusuasm Although
they were luke the freshmen un the begunnung thungs straughtened out and the gurls
soon were experuenced players, provung theur abuluty as skulled sportsmen of learnung
new rules and regulatuons well
A favorute sport of many Softball proved to be as thrullung and excutung as always
uf not more so
Wuth only theur P E peruod for practuce they have shown what four years of
excellent traunung and hard work can do
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FIRST ROW Sue Stanley Barbara Sears Lunda McCune Suzy Foster Sally McCoy FIFTH ROW Ann Wundolph Euleen Scott Ann Her
Marulyn Cutler Kathy Lange SECOND ROW Sandra Maybee Jan nandez Kathy Muller SIXTH ROW Sheryl Morruson Sandra M
Bunker Kathy Wrught Lunda Meeks Phyllus Harshaw Loreen Grapes Rutchue Mary Ann Elzug Karen Henderson Sandra Clark Susan
THIRD ROW Suzue Beckwuth Patty Meskell Carol Carpenter Jean Dutton SEVENTH ROW Janue Severson Merry Moon Judy Schneuder
JUNIOR GIRLS TEAMS HARD TO BEAT
The lunuor gurls had excellent teams un all sports thus year The furst sport and one
of the favorutes was basketball lt was met wuth enthusuasm This enthusuasm along
wulh practuce gave them a fune team They beat the senuors sophomores, and fresh
men at unter class games On playday at Buena Park the furst team beat Buena Park
but the second team lost to La Habra Thus playdcuy ended the season un basketball
Hockey, too, was a favorute sport of the lunuor gurls and was played wuth enthusuasm
and good sportsmanshup The uunuor gurls looked fune at practuce under the leadershup
of Mrs Georguana Bufflngton and Muss Margaret Ramondettu The lunuor team was
lead by Euleen Scott Theur team made an excellent showung un unter class games at
the end of January Because theur playday at Orange was rauned out last year they
challenged them agaun thus year February 4
They showed much abuluty un speedaway, a new sport for Tustsn gurls, and entered
the softball season ready for hard work and wunnung teams
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Sanday, Susan Flippen, Barbara Johnson. FOURTH ROW, Patti Staples, Cheri Warnshius.
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FIRST ROW LouAnn Sawyer Carole Knowles Sharon McElhany
Carolee Cain Norma Rodriguez Barbara Arndt Mary Cloman Suzie
Brazil Donna Crank SECOND ROW Lmda Herman Rosalie Martinez
Betsy Lewis Cath: McCoy Marty Hodges Penny Patterson Madeline
Davis Suzanne Smith Sandra Maybe THIRD ROW Carol Baily
Suzanne Moberly Joan McGraw Dot Casey Patty Snow Drusilla
Clark Susan Knaap Roma Ballard FOURTH ROW Sandy Wood
Susan McClure Faye Cook Judy Campbell Marsha Lohrenz Elaine
Williams Linda Nneblas Janice Wood FIFTH ROW Cathy Maynard
Claudia Dudys Penny Lawrence Judy Jackson Marylmn Goodsell
Marcella Johnson Carol Krerder Dorothy Ward SIXTH ROW Paula
Taylor Marilean LaClerque Dale Alexander Casey Casper Nancy
Stafford Pam Cleveland Linda Wehofer SEVENTH ROW Donna Duff
Karen Johnson Joyce Sandstrom Irene Post Marie Cabanella Sheri
Lake Martha Castle Nancy Young
SOPHCJMORES LEARN NEW TECHNIQUES
The Sophomore girls have enloyed sports this year tremendously, due to the fact
that it is their second year and they are becoming more expert.
Basketball began the year for the girls, and after class games, and interclass
games, four teams were sent to Buena Park for a playday. The results were very good
and spirits were rising to greet the next sport of the season which was swimming.
Tennis began just as the weather was cooling oft. Many sophomores had tennis
experience already and proved themselves able racquet handlers.
Hockey season came and went, and the girls handled this sport with new ease.
Soon spring was here and the sophomores formed volleyball and softball teams
and participated in playdays.
The girls now look forward to their sports next year as upperclassmen.
Valerue Chase Marilyn Ruschard Sharu Everman Lusa Myers Sandy
Summett ROW TWO Dua Dorsey Pat Chaduck Betty Adamsku Carolyn
Langer Beth Dewey Adelle Kneeland Sherru ONeal Faye Thor
kuldsen Susan Schneuder ROW THREE Lunda Mueller Sherry Reaf
snyder Carol Connelly Jean Grapes Sharon Phelan Kathy Colluer
Susan Knopp Pam Hukady Judy Harris ROW FOUR Lunda Everet
Karen Gruffuth Sandra Sandstrom Bonnie Carroll Margo DeVrues
FIVE Jan Nelson Shen Farnsworth Marulyn Blower lorraune Guhson
Carol Masyczek Pattu Berg Carolyn Knaak Bobbu Kung Lynda Forest
ROW SIX Rosemary Black Carla Wanger Suellen Lauderbach Vucku
Forrest Aluxe Salazer Chrustune Fluppen Jane Sundquust Sue Carpen
ter Obra Sutluff ROW SEVEN Sharon Gnffuth Carol Goldsmith
Duana Sawyer Donna Hawkuns Susan Phullups Judy Ascher Cundy
Talcott Anne Perrune
FRESHMEN SHOW ENTHUSIASM ABILITY
Thus year s freshmen gurls sports has had a wonderful turn out, especually un after
school sports on Monday nughts All the gurls were so enthusuastuc that they seemed
to learn quute a but from Muss Margaret Rammondettu durung basketball season
At the basketball playday hosted by Buena Park the flrst strung squad beat
Buena Park and the second strung squad beat La Habra
Our basketball captaun, Chrus Johnson, was congratulated for the fme lob she dud
Even wuth the swummung season as short as ut was, the freshmen proved equally
good swummers, for about two thurds of Tustun s swum team was made up of freshmen
When the hockey season came around, ut too got a large turn out, even though
many of the gurls knew nothung more about ut than uts name Hockey was a new ex
peruence for all the freshmen and gettung used to and takung care of all the dufferent
pueces of equupment seemed to be quite a uob for some But, wuth the help of Miss
Margaret Rammondettu, assusted by Karen Bennett, our hockey captaun, many began
to catch on
The freshmen gurls also proved theur eagerness un softball and swummung programs
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For 37 years THE TUSTIN NEWS has provid-
ed citizens of Tustin with a weekly report of
community activities. The Tustin News, pub-
lished every Thursday, contains news of all
phases of community life. The Tustin News also
prints The Orange Belt Shopper which is a
valuable aid to Tustin consumers. The News
costs S3 per year by mail delivery.
In addition to The News and Orange Belt
Shopper, The Tustin News does all types of
commercial printing for customers.
John Hardy and Ted Brazil relate all ofthe
important happenings of Tustin High, and their
articles contain a complete picture of school
activities including sports events, social hap-
penings, and curricular awards.
365 D Street
ORANGE BELT SHOPPER Phone L,4,,,,,,,
IN THE HEART OF THE ORANGE BELT"
'ENOUGH WATER FOR EVERYONE"
Serving the community of Tustin for
many years, the TUSTIN WATERWORKS
has always provided pure, healthful water
with minimum rates and maximum service.
The Tustin Waterworks will continue to
serve the people of our growing com-
munity as faithfully as it has done in the
past, providing plenty of water for all of
our home and recreational needs.
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13907 Tustin Ave. KI 3-6335
Don Hicks Kathy Lange
Cary Bickler Sharon Hannaford Dick Carter
Little White Hut
These students can hardly wait to en-
ioy Kenny's delicious V4 lb. hamburgers,
Frenchburgers, and tacos. Kenny's 'fine
food and courteous service attract many
local residents daily. Whether you wish to
eat inside the LITTLE WHITE HUT or out-
side KENNY'S PARK N' EAT, you can be
assured of receiving only the highest qual-
ity food. If your goal is quality and quan-
tity in food make Kenny's your first choice.
I7th and Tustin Avenue
After 5 0 clock
Nancy Arthur Buffums Young Careernst made Buffums the furst stop on her va
cation agenda Make Buf.1ms your headquarters too for the latest and smartest
sportswear day or date fashrons Whatever your summer wardrobe calls for
Buffums has rt
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Phone LI 4-0056
Sc AND 10c NURSERY PAINT
BEGONIAS and FUSCHIAS
14121 So. Newport - S.W. Corner Mitchell
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H PAINTS WALLPAPER
PUBLICATIONS PROGRAMS MORGAN HILTON' Prop-
COMMERCIAL PRINTING 155 Eqsf Main Sfreef
CUFF PEME Tustin Li 4-5610
Santa Ana KI 2-2427
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TIL ., RITEWAY CLEANERS ll f, ' 'AAP
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195 soufh D sneer Li 4-4343 TH """"""""'
Tm" 2 ' 505 south Main sf.
"Where our customers SUUIU Ano, CCJIIT-
Send their friends" Phone KI 7-5781 131
EXCELSIOR CREAMERY has for years
provided the community of Tustin and
the Tustin schools with fresh and nour-
ishing dairy products. Tustinites put
their trust and confidence in Excelsior
Creamery for providing them with the
finest in dairy goods and the best of
Richard Buss, Ben Bryant, and Rich-
ard Becker know, as do all Tustin High
students, that Excelsior products are
the ultimate in body building foods.
926 East First Street KI 7-7031
EXCELSICDR CREAMERY Sm Am,
Chas. A. Cleary Taxidermy Studio
Hunting and Fishing Supplies and lnformation
365 "D" Street Telephone LI 4-5710
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MOTOR TUNE-UP GENERATORS STARTERS
Wheeler's Auto Service
KI 3-4689 327 West l7th St.
"WHERE THEACCENT IS ON BEAUTY"
185 D Street Ll 4-6320
CARSON St GOLDING
TIRES - BATTERIES - TUBES
RECAPPING - LUBRICANTS
134 305 D Street Ll 4-7650
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ff,,,:n'g 0,1 Since 1928
GENERAL SHEET METAL WORKS
l6O East Main Street Ll 4-4770
"RANGE COUNTY ALjD!O VlSL,flL HEf3DQaAPT iq
smss - service - nmmrs
22-1 N. Broadway
Santa Ana, Calif.
TUSTIN FOOD CENTER
The citizens of Tustin have always
looked to the TUSTIN FOOD CENTER for
quality and convenience in food and shop-
ping. The Tustin Food Center is still pro-
viding its same high quality food with a
friendly small-town atmosphere.
Darold Francis, Mary Ann Elzig, David
Ascher, and Roland Oieda are pausing for
a minute of light reading and liquid re-
freshment. They know, as do all Tustin
citizens, that the Tustin Food Center will
always insure comfort and convenience in
all parts of the market.
Corner ot Main 81 D Streets
ORANGE COUNTY'S STORE FOR YOUNG MEN
FOR MEN '85 BOYS
Fourth 81 Sycamore KI 2-1143
Over 50 years of Quality and Friendly Service
LARGEST RECORD SUPPLY IN ORANGE COUNTY
BLU-NOTE MUSIC CO.
STEREOPHONIC - HIGH FIDELITY
RADIO - PHONOGRAPH
304 West 4th Street KI 2-2393
YARDAGE - NOTIONS
656 D Street Ll 4-7230
WE OPERATE OUR OWN PLANT
WE GIVE S 8- H GREEN STAMPS
13892 Tustin Avenue KI 2-5101
Walter C. Parker
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6 GUARAIITY CHEVROLET
wh mn e hm .mm First and Sycamore First and Main
Y 9 Santa Ana
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SHOP HERE FOR ALL YOUR DRUG 8K COSMETIC
ROBERT PADBU RY, Mgr.
17th 81 Tusfin KI 7-6066
Judy Ascher John Veoh Next to Beta Santa Ano 137
5c 8m lOc STORE
What do you want? Well, MOLSTAD'S
5c and lOc STORE has about everything
from greeting cards to beach equipment.
Convenience and selection are Molstad's
highpoints. Molstad's new location in the
Tustin Square makes it an ideal spot for
browsing and buying.
Danny Christ, Cindy Talcott, and Judy
Anderson seem to be overcome by Mol-
stad's vast selection of toys.
Be sure to see Molstad's for your house-
hold and recreational needs.
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652 D Street Ll 4-4003
Ross Harrison and Sally McCoy are
among the many Tustinites who enioy the
fine food and friendly service at TACO
TIO. Taco Tio's superb Mexican and Amer-
ican food can be enioyed either as a full
meal or iust a snack. Quick service and
reasonable prices combine to make Taco
Tio a very popular lunch spot for Tustin
Fourth 81 Grand Santa Ana
' X is-I MCLEAN Moron co.
XXI 20l North Main-Santa Ana COMPLETE
KI 3-9421 REPAIR SERVICE
"FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASlON"
QUALITY USED CARS
PAINTING BODY REPAIRING
TENT 8i AWNING CO.
CANVAS AND ALUMINUM AWNINGS
WROUGHT IRON FURNITURE
PATIO FURNITURE RATTAN FURNITURE
FIRE PLACE SCREENS AND ACCESSORIES
FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN ORANGE COUNTY
I626 South Main KI 5-8437
T U S T I N
F L O R I S T
Gladys Johnson 601 South D St.
Ronnie Johnson Tustin
Phone KI 3-I I37 4I4 Spurgeon St. J
Don CUNNINGHAM SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA
DOIPS Y'-I' 5 'f SHOP
Handmade Saddles Our Specialty
Riding Equipment and Repairing
501 West Fifth Street
TAYLOR and THORNTON, conveniently
located in both Santa Ana and Anaheim,
combines quality and elegance in all of
its work. Beautiful car upholstering, hand-
some longwearing convertible tops, and
quick one day service are Taylor and
Chuck Mitchell, Tustin High's past Stu-
dent Body President and top drama stu-
dent, knows that for reasonable rates
coupled with high quality, Taylor and
Thornton is his best bet. For all of your
car's interior needs see Taylor and Thorn-
ton, and you will soon take pride in your
W, car's new look!
909 N. Los Angeles Street
TlERNAN'S Office Equipment
EVERYTHING FOR YOUR OFFICE
TYPEWRITERS CLEANED and REPAIRED
902 North Main Kl 2-2365
ORANGE COUNTY'S VOLUME FORD DEALER
SALES - SERVICE - USED CARS
810 North Main Kl 2-5601
Emu SHEET M
AMERICAN SHEET METAL
STAINLESS STEEL CAFETERIA EQUIPMENT
INDUSTRIAL HEATING and SHEET METAL
CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION
2709 Hcllluday Sfreef Santa Ana KI 5-5505
John Conti's KI 2-0411
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of Santa Ana
2214 East Seventeenth St.
Seventeenth and Tustin Ave.
WALKER'S MARKET, situated in the
heart of the 17th and Tustin shopping
center, is north Tustin's headquarters for
grocery needs. Mr. Walker is widely known
for assuring to his customers the utmost in
service and convenience. In addition to
the friendly atmosphere at Walker's Mar-
ket, Mr. Walker maintains an excellent
selection of fresh produce, meat, and gro-
Bonnie McCay, Roland Oieda, Richard
Buss and Richard Becker know that for
the finest food and service Walker's Mar-
ket can't be beat!
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SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA H KI
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Conveniently located in the l7th and
Tustin shopping center, FOOTHILL HARD-
WARE offers a complete line of merchan-
dise for your home and garden. Miriam
and Dale Hahn have seen to it that your
every landscaping need is provided for
with the utmost in service and dependa-
bility. Foothill Hardware also carries a
complete line of gifts for your home or
for your friends.
Don Hicks and Cary Bickler appear to
be finding all of their hardware needs
with little effort. Make certain you let
Foothill Hardware take care of all of your
building and gardening needs.
l3872 Tustin Avenue
CCQQEETE wiTH LUBE
WORK l7th 81 Grand
Slggidilis KI 7-1796 WORK DONE
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If you want to go,
come in and say hello!" Dick Carter 4
81 COFFEE SHOP
The HILLVIEW BOWL, newly established
in the I7th and Tustin shopping center, is
the highlight in recreation and entertain-
ment anytime of the day or night, Hill-
view BowI's outstanding service and spe-
cial student rates adds to its growing
These three Tustin High students, Janice
Horn, Kathy McCoy, and Graham Clarke,
seem to be thoroughly enjoying them-
selves, although Janice appears to be hav-
ing alittle difficulty in improving her bowl-
Why don't you plan to use Hillview
BowI's fine new bowling facilities, as well
as enioy dinner or iust a snack at the new
bowling coffee shop.
HILLVIEW SHOPPING CENTER
TUSTIN RADIO gl TELEVISION
SALES 8. SERVICES
SPECIALIZING IN RCA VICTOR
I35 East Main St. LI 4 4270
Kris Veeh Tustin
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SCHNEIDER TRACTOR CO., established
in the heart of the Orange County citrus
area, maintains a complete line of farm
machinery and implements for all types of
agricultural needs. Schneider Tractor spe-
cializes in Allis-Chalmers tractors and pro-
vides thoughtful service for all of Tustin's
Vic Pankey carefully inspects this new
Allis-Chalmers tractor' and foresees the
usefulness and ease with which it could
undertake the most difficult farming task.
For all of your agricultural needs be
sure to consult Schneider Tractor Co. for
friendly service and good advice.
601 West First St. Ll 4-5220
HAMILTON MOVADO ROLEX WATCHES
18 Fashion Square KI 2-3911
C. B. KnicI4erbocI4er's, Inc
LINCOLN MERCURY EDSEL
CONTINENTAL TAUNUS DEALER
SERVING ENTIRE ORANGE COUNTY
1118 North Main KI 7 5661
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Complete Dinners SI 75 up
Choice Prime Rib Every Sunday
Hom: MADE PASTRY
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1111 Laguna Rd., "Two Blocks East of
Market Basket". Next To Tustin High School
Phone LI 4-4730 Closed Mond
AND GOOD LUCK TO CLASS OF '59
DR. PHILIP G. WEAVER
SENIOR ACTIVITIES 8 INDEX
CINDY AKERS Pep Club 3 GAA 3 4 Malorette 3 4
Head Maporette4 FTA4 Audlon Staff4 Pp 17 50 57
66 80 92
DOUG ALBRIGHT FFA Secretary 2 3 FFA President 4
Cee Football 1 Bee Football 3 Cee Basketball 1 Cee
Track 2 Bee Track 3 Varsity Track 4 Pp 17 62
PAT ALDRICH Pep Club1 2 FTA 2 3 GAA 3 4 Bug
T4 Pp 17 60 64 66
DARRELL ANDERSON Hu Y 3 Varsuty Football 3 Bee
Basketball 3 Sensor Class Vlce president 4 Pp 16 17
LINDA ANLIKER Pp 17 91
NANCY ARTHUR Audlon Asst Editor 3 4 Broadcaster
3 4 FTA 2 3 Spamsh Club 3 GAA 3 4 Swlm Show 3
4 Scholarship 3 Qulll and Scroll 3 4 Buffums Young
Careerlst Pp 17 54 64 66 93 130 146
DAVID ASCHER Thesplans 3 4 Varslty Football 3 4
Bee Track3 4 HIY TVC Pp 17 68 73 78 80 108
ELISABETH ASP Chorus 4 Transfer Student Pp 17 82
PETER ATHERTON Freshman Class President Board of
Control 2 4 Broadcaster4 Audlon 4 Art Club 3 Poster
Club 3 Delta Sigma 4 Qulll and Scroll Pp 13 17 55
56 59 81 93
BONNIE BAIN The Robe 4 Transfer Student P 17
BETSY BANYARD Audlon Broadcaster Pep Club1 2
3 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 FTA 2 3 Swlm
Show1 2 3 Scholarshup2 3 4 Pp 18 57 64 65 66
80 93 144
DIANA BASSETT Swlm Show 1 2 3 Pep Cl b 1 2
GAA 3 4 Delta Slgma 3 4 FTA 3 Board of Control 4
Broadcaster4 Pp 11 18 45 64 66 71 81 122
TOM BEATTY Thesplans 3 4 Hu Y1 2 3 4 Cee Foo
ball 1 2 Dee Basketball 1 Cee Basketball 2 3 Cee
Track1 2 Pp 18 78
ROGER BECKENDORF Audlon 4 JV Basketball 4 Pp
RAY BECKER FFA3 HI Y1 2
JAY BECKWITH Audlon 3 Broadcaster 3 4 HI Y 2 3
4 Delta Sigma 3 4 Quill and Scroll Pep Club Pp 18
DICK BEISSELL HIY 1 2 3 4 Varslty Basketball JV
Baseball Varslty Tenms Band1 2 3 1 Rebels TVC
Pp 18 68 78 89 93103118
GRAHAM BENSON Bee Basketball 3 Varslty Golf 3
Transfer Student P 18
DENNIS BICKLER Cee Football 2 Bee Track 3 JV Base
ball 2 Varslty Baseball 3 4 Transfer Student Pp 18
BARBARA BINGHAM Chorus Pp 18 122
SANDRA BINGHAM Audlon Broadcaster Thesplans
Spamsh Club 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Delta Sigma 2 3
FTA 2 3 4 Bug T 4 Pep Club 1 2 Swlm Show 1 2
4 Pp 18 56 66 69 80 81118
OTTO BIXLER Hu Y 3 4 Cee Football Bee Track
Pp 19 59 78
ANN BLOWER Audlon 1 2 3 FTA 2 3 GAA 3
Homecomlng Prlncess 3 Bug T 3 4 Swlm Show 3
Spamsh Club 3 Delta Sigma Pp 19 60 66 69 84
CORTIS BOYD Junior Class Presldent HI Y 3 4 FTA
3 4 FTA Vlce presldent 4 Varsity Football Co captam
Varslty Track All Orange League Football 3 4 Pp 19
68 78 80 83 84 93 96 97 98 109
CHRIS BRADY Stage Crew3 4 P 85
GLORIA BRISBIN Pp 19 82
MOST INTELLIGENT BEST PERSONALITY
Bonnie McCoy John Buster Terry Jay Carolyn Hyatt 147
Peres movin, Ass rfeiluhier 2,.Audion .cfsdifsi 4,
spanish club. 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, beliqhsigmus 2,.a, 4, .
Scholarship,,2, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis 4, Quill and'ScrolI.
Pp.'19, 30, 54, 56, 64, 65, 78, 81, 93, 11-8, 137,1146.
BEN BRYANT, FFA 1, 2, 3, HFY 1, 2, 3, Bee Football 1,
Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, JV Baseball, Varsity Football .2,
3, 4, All Orange League-Football. Pp. 11, 13, 19, 32,
97, 98, 109.132. f I
env suumio, ces rmek 1, 2, vufsiry Track 3, 4, Hi-Y
4. Pp. 19, aa, 1a, Pao. ' -
RICHARD BUSS, Junior Class Vice-president, Hi-Y 1, 2,
3, 4, Scholarship 4, Bee Football 2, Cee Basketball 1,
Bee Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Most Valuable
Player Basketball 4. Pp. 19, 64, 78, 83, 103, 132, 137,
JOHN BUSTER, Scholarship 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Tennis 2, 3, Audion 4, Spanish Club 4, Bank of
America Award, Life Scholarship. Pp. 19, 57, 64, 65,
LYNNE CARTER, Pp. 83. 88.
RUTH CASTRO, Operetta 3. Pp. 19, 83.
WESLEY CATLIN, Spanish Club 4, Scholarship 3, 4, FTA
3, 4, Audion 4. Pp. 20, 64, 80, 83.
NANCY CHAMBERS, Broadcaster 4, Art Club 3, 4, Thes-
pians 3, 4, Spanish' Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Poster Club
3, 4, Delta Sigma 3, 4, FTA 3, Swim Show 1, Audion 3,
4, Quill and Scroll 4, Rankin's Campus Board. Pp. 20,
60, 66,81,93, 131. '
JOANNE COCHRAN, Pep Club. Pp. 20, 93.
JOHN CONNELLY, Hi-Y 1, FFA 2, Cee Track, Cee Bas-
ketball. P. 20.
HOBERT COOK, Bee Football 2, 3, Cee Basketball 2, 3,
Cee Track 2, JV Baseball 2, Bee Track 3, Varsity Base-
ball 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, Bee Basketball 3, 4,
Broadcaster. Pp. 20, 104, 115.
PETER CORTI, Cee Football 1, Cee Basketball 1, Cee
Track 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Pp. 20, 89.
RICHARD COWAN, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Dee Basketball 1, JV
Track, Varsity Tennis 3.
4 Richard Buss Bonnie Bain
TERRY DeVRlES,Band.1,f2-4 3,.4. P. 4' 1" ,
JOANNA DILL, ,Pp. 20, 66, 69, 83, 122. - D. ' - y
KEITH DROSTE, Rebels,4,i Band 4,-'Poster Club 4, Art
Club 4, Transfer Student. Pp. 20, 81, 88,,89. ' A
RICHARD DULL ' y Y
MELVYN DUTTON, Audion 4, Art .Club 1,l'li-Y 1, 2, 3,
4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Rebels, Scholarship 2,1 3, 4, Varsity
Tennis 4, Bank of America Award, Thespians. Pp.' 20,
57, 64, 65, 73, 78, 79, 93, 1 18. 4
PHIL EATON, FTA 1, 2, Bee Football' 2, Varsity Foot4
ball 3, 4, JV Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, Hi-Y 4.
Pp. 20, 45, 78, 80.83, 84, 93, 97.
BIRGITTA EKLUND, GAA 3, 4, Delta Sigma 3, 4, Pep
Club 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2, 3, 4, Sophomore
Dance Queen, Song' Leader 3, Homecoming Princess 4.
Pp. 20, 70, 80, 84, 122.
BARRY ELLERBROEK, Freshman Class Vice-President, Art
Club 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Dee Basketball 1, Cee
Football 2, Cee Basketball 3, 4, Bee Football 3, 4, Bee
Track 3. Pp. 20, 78, 100, 104, 136. I
CAROL ERICKSON, Student Relations 3, Art Club 3,
Latin Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Big T, Delta Sigma 4,
Scholarship 4, Swim Show 3, 4. Pp. 20, 66, 81, 122.
JIM EUSTIS, Self Govemment Committee 3, Freshman,
Sophomore and Junior Class Vice-president, Audion 3,
Spanish Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, TVC 2, 3, 4, Bee
Football 1, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4, FTA 4, Varsity Baseball Captain, All Orange League
Baseball. Pp. 20, 32, 68, 78, 80, 83, 97, 98, 103, 114,
RON FARNSWORTH, Audion 3, FFA 1, Spanish Club 3,
Hi-Y 2, Dee Basketball 1. Pp. 20, 82.
GILBERT FERREY, Audion 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship
2, 4, Bee Football 2, Cee Basketball 2, Bee Basketball
3, 4, Varsity Track 4, Sophomore Class President. P. 21.
CHUCK FISCHER, Art Club 2, Spanish Club 4, Hi-Y 1, 4,
Scholarship 4, ASB President. Pp. 12, 13, 21, 78, 137.
JANIS FITZGERALD, Art Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Poster
Club 2, 3, 4. P. 20.
Jim Eustis Ann Blower
MIKEFOSTER, Q-Scholarship' 4, Transfer, Studenl. P. 21.
mAP1AraANK,Pepclub.r..z1. p ' ' ' V'
STANLEY FREEMAN, Hi-Y, 1, 2, Cee Football 1..P. 21. .
RICHARD iFULLER,'Delta Sigma 3, .Scholarship 2, 3.14,
Bank of America Award. 'Pp. 21, 64, 65. . f E N
LAURA GALLAGHER, Thespians 2, 3, 4. P. 21 ., I
GILBERT. GAMEZ, Sophomore Class President, Spanish
Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, TVC 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, Bee Foot-
oall 1, Bee Basketball 1, 2, Bee Track 1, JV Baseball 1,
Iarsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, Varsity Base-
:iall 2, Varsity Basketball 4, Football Co-captain 4, All
Orange League Football. Pp. 21, 68, 80,'87, 98, 108,
.IOLENE GIVENS, Pep Club 1, 2, Swim Show 2,.3, 4,
GAA 3, 4, FTA 3, Audion Ass't Editor 3, ,FTA 3, Spanish
Club 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Audion Editor, Thespians.
Pp. 21 , 54, 66, 84, 93, 122, 129, 132, 146.
RICHARD GRAVES, P. 21.
SYLVIA GREENHALGH, Freshman Class Vice-president,
Student Relations 4, Art Club 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, GAA
2, 3, 4, Delta Sigma 3, 4, Big T 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,
FTA 3, 4, Swim Show 1, 2. Pp. 21, 73, 815122. '
PHIL GRISET, Latin Club 2, Hi-Y 1, 2. Pp. 21, 155.
JUDY GUERRIER, Pp. 21 , 83.
JOHN HARDY, Student Relations 4, Audion 3, 4, Broad-
caster 3, 4, Broadcaster Editor-in-Chief 4, Latin Club
3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, Quill and Scroll. Pp. 11,
13, 21, 57, 58, 59, 78, 79, 93, 128.
KAREN HEWES, FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Big T 4, Pep
Club 1, 2, Poster Club 2, Audion 2. Pp. 21, 56, 66, 122.
DON HICKS, Senior Class Vice-president, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,
4, Dee Basketball 1, Bee Basketball 3. Pp. 16, 22, 78,
EDMUND HILL, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, JV Baseball
1, 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Pp. 22, 97, 115.
JON HOLMBERG, Pp. 22, 82.
JANICE HORN, Audion 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Scholarship 2, 3,
4, Life Scholarship, FTA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Swim
Show 1, 2. Pp. 22, 55, 60, 64, 65, 66, 122, 144.
most uxsur ro succseo I
SANDRA HOIJSLEY, Audioni4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 2,
3, 4, Scholarship 3, 4, T 4, Swim Show 4. Pp. 22,
'56,64, 65, 66, 122. . , e ' . ,
TOM HUNT, FFA 3. P. 22. ' ,
CAROLYN HYATT, Swim Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Board of Con-
trol 1, Pep Club 1, 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, Delta Sigma
3, 4, ASB Treasurer 3, Junior.Class Secretary 3, Big T
4, Self Government Committee Chairlnan 4, Broadcaster
4. Pp.11,12,13, 22, 66,122.
TERRY JAY, Boys' Athletic Manager, Hi-Y 1, 2, Cee Foot-
ball 1, Cee Basketball 1, JV Baseball 1, Bee Football 1,
Varsity Football 3, Senior Class President. Pp. 11, 16,
BILL JOHNSON, Art Club 1, Bee Football 1. P. 22.
SHARON JOHNSON, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2,
FTA 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Singers 3, 4, Delta Sigma 3, 4,
Big T 4. Pp. 22, 66, 69, 81, 83, 122.
JOE JOHNSTON, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, TVC 3, 4, Bee Football 1,
Bee Basketball 1, Bee Track 1, Varsity Golf 1, 3, Varsity
Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Track
2, 3, 4. Pp. 22, 47, 68, 96, 98, 108.
BOB KORFF, FFA 1, 2, 3, Cee 'Football 1, Cee Basketball
1, Bee Basketball 2, JV Basketball 4. P. 22.
MARGIE KRAFT, Spanish Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3. P. 22.
DENNIS LANSING, FFA 4. P. 22.
SHERRY LINDLEY, Pp. 22, 82.
CLAY LOCHRIE, FFA 4. P. 23.
KAREN MARSHEK, Student Relations, Senior Class Sec-
retary, Girls' Athletic Manager, GAA, Delta Sigma,
Thespians. Pp. 11,- 16, 23, 66, 81, 119, 122, 134, 135.
DAVID MARTINEZ, Spanish Club 3, 4. P. 23.
JAMES MATTISON, Art Club 2, Spanish Club 2, 4, FTA
3, Golf 2, 4, Band 4. Pp. 23, 89.
DON MAYNARD, FFA 3, 4, Varsity Football 3, Spanish
Club 4. Pp. 23, 62.
RON MAYNARD, FFA 3, 4, Varsity Football. Pp. 23, 62.
GARY McCABE, Hi-Y 1, 2, Pep Cub 1, 2, Cee Football
Holly Smith Victor Pankey
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Karon Rains Phil Eaton 149
1 Cee Basketball 1 Bee Basketball 2 Varslty Basket
ball 3 4 VarsltyBaseball1 2 3 4 All Orange League
Baseball 2 3 4 Orange League Most Valuable Player
BasebalI3 Pp 23 102 114
BONNIE McCAY Audlon Art Club 3 Barn Dance Prm
cess GAA 3 4 Poster Club 3 Delta Slgma 3 4 Schol
arshlp 2 3 4 Bank of America Award Pp 23 40 55
60 64 65 81 118122137142
JUDY McCLURE Art Club 1 3 Swim Show 1 2 3 4
Scholarshlp 2 3 4 FTA 2 3 4 Poster Club 2 3 GAA
2 3 4 Bug T 3 4 Spanlsh Club 3 Delta Sigma 3 4
Audlon 3 4 Scholarshnp Lafe Member Pp 24 56 60
64 65 66 69 80 81 118122137
DAN MclNTEER FFA 1 Varslty Football 3 4 All Orange
League FootbaII4 Pp 32 96 98
JIM McKEE Spanlsh Club 4 HI Y 2 Golf 2 3 4 Rebels
Bandl 2 3 4 Audlon Pp 24 80 89 93
HENRY MEAD P 23
FRANK MENDOZA HI Y 1 2 Cee Football 1 Bee Bas
ketball 2 Varsity Football 3 4 Cee Basketball 1 Bee
Track 2 3 Varslty Track 4 JV Baseball 1 Pp 23 85
96 98 108 109
TIM MVRWIN HI Y 4 Audlon 4 Transfer Student Pp
23 57 I8
BOB MIRANDA Junlor Class Vlce president Semor
Class President Ht Y 1 2 3 TVC 3 4 Bee Football 1
Bee Basketball 1 Bee Track 1 JV Baseball 1 Varslty
Football 2 3 4 Varsity Basketball 2 3 4 Varslty Base
balI2 3 Pp 16 23 68 97 98 102
CHUCK MITCHELL ASB President Audlon 4 Broadcaster
4 Thesplans2 3 4 HI Y 2 3 4 Scholarship 3 4 Bee
Football 3 4 Bee Baseball 3 JV Tenms YMCA Youth In
Government Pp 10 11 23 57 64 73 78 140
ALLAN MOTLEY HI Y1 2 3 4 Cee Basketball 3 Var
slty Tenms3 Pp 23 78
DOLORES MUNOZ GAA4 Pp 23 66 122
SUSAN MUSFELT Swlm Show1 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 4
Song Leader 2 FTA 3 4 Delta Slgma 4 Thesplans
Pp1123 66 80 81 84122132
DAVID NESS HI Y1 2 3 4 Varslty GoIf2 3 Cee
Football 3 Cee Basketball 3 Student Relations 4 FTA 4
Pp 13 24 78
SANDRA NOTTINGHAM Spanish Club 4 Flag Twlrler
CAROL O BREZAR FTA 1 3 4 Spanlsh Club 4 Y Teen
President Pp 24 79 80 83
JAYNEO BRIEN Transfer Student P 24
BARBARA PAMPERIN Thesplans 3 4 GAA 3 4 Delta
Slgma 2 3 4 Scholarshnp4 FTA2 3 4 Pep Club 2 3
Swlm Show1 2 3 4 Homecoming Prlncess 2 Song
leader 3 Semor Class Secretary Bank of Amerlca
Award Pp 16 24 73 84 122
VICTOR PANKEY Freshman Class President Audlon 1
2 3 Thesplan 3 4 HlY1 2 3 4 Scholarship Cee
Football 1 Bee Football 3 Cee Basketball 1 2 Vcrslty
Tennlsl 2 3 4 Boys State Bank of America Award
Pp 24 30 64 65 73 78 145
ROY PARKER P 24
JOANNE PARNELL FTA1 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Delta
Sigma 2 3 4 Blg T 3 4 Madrlgal Singers Pp 24 66
69 80 81 83 122
PENNI PETTENGILL Swlm Show 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 1
3 GAA2 3 4 FTA2 3 4 Latln CIub3 Bl
Delta Slgma 4 Scholarship 4 Broadcaster 4 Pp 24
59 66 69 80122 137
VICKI PHILLIPS Freshman Class Secretary Swlm Show 1
2 3 4 PepCIub12 Art13 GAA2 3 4 FTA2 3
4 Delta Sigma 3 4 Broadcaster 4 Audlon 4 Pp 24
59 66 69 80 81 84 122
JUDI POLLARD Pp 24 64 80
GERELD PORTER FFA 1 2 3 4 HIY 1 Cee Track 1
Bee Track2 4
NATHALIE POST Spanish CIub4 Scholarship 3 4 P 24
JOHN POUCHER Varslty Football HI Y 4 Schlarshlp 4
Transfer Student Pp 24 93
ALLEN SMITH P 25
DAVID SMITH P 25
DUNCAN SMITH Scholarship 2 4 HlY1 Pp 25 64
HARRY SMITH P 25
MOST TALENTED BEST LEADERS
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2 3 4 Delta Sngma 3 4 Scholarship 2 3 4 Scholar
shnp Llfe Member Homecomlng Prmcess 4 Bank of
America Award Pp 25 60 63 64 65 66 70 81
LINDA SMITH P 26
NANCY SMITH Art Club 1 2 3 4 Freshman Class Sec
retary Pep Clubl 2 GAA 2 3 4 Poster Club 2
FTA 2 3 Audlon 3 4 Blg T 3 4 Thesplans 3 4 Bank
of Amerlca Award Pp 26 55 56 60 73
SANDRA SMOYER Swlm Show Madrlgal Singers P 83
CAROL STANSBERRY Chorus Pp 26 80 82
NANCY STROMBERG Audnon 4 Spamsh Club 3 GAA
3 4 Scholarship 3 4 FTA 3 4 Pp 26 57 66 80
NELSON TETER FFA 2 3 Cee Football 1 Bee Football
2 3 Varslty Football 4 Pp 26 96
TONY TRASSARE Varslty Football 4 Varsuty Track Pp
26 30 96 109
BEVERLY TREAT Audlon Transfer Student Pp 26 57
JUDI UPMEYER Transfer Student Pp 26 83
KRISTEN VEEH Audlon 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 4 GAA
2 3 4 GAA President Scholarship 2 3 4 Llfe Scholar
BlgT3 4 FTA2 3 4 PepCub12 3
State DAR Good Cltlzen Award Bank of America
Award Pp 26 64 65 66 122 144
KAREN RAINS Scholarshnp 2 3 FTA2 3 4 GAA3 4
Swlm Show 3 4 Spamsh Club 3 4 Delta Sigma 4 Pp
24 64 66 80 81 84 93 122
LYNDA RALSTON Art Club 1 4 Spamsh Club 3 GAA
Poster Club 4 Delta Sigma 4 FTA 3 4 Flag Twlrler 4
Swlm Show Pp 25 66 80 81 84 91 122
BOB RECKER FTA 3 Bee Football 1 2 Varslty Football
3 4 Varslty Trackl 2 3 TVC 4 Most Valuable Player
Football4 Pp 24 68 96 97 109
JACK REDDEHASE FFA 1 2 Spamsh Club 3 Scholar
shlp3 4 Bee Football 2 3 Pp 25 64
SHARON REED Audlon 4 Art Cub President 4 GAA
Poster Club Pp 25 56 66 81
ROSEMARY RIVAS Spamsh Club 4 GAA 3 4 Delta
Ssgma3 4 FTA3 BlgT4 Pp 25 66 80 81 118122
FRANCES ROSHAK Audlon 4 GAA 3 4 Bug T 4 Mayor
ette4 Pp 25 57 66 92 122
LINDA SACKMAN Audlon 4 Thesplans 3 4 Spamsh
Club4 Pp 25 56 80
ED SANDSTROM HlY1 2 3 4 Delta Sigma 2 Dee
Basketball 1 Cee Basketball 2 Cee Track 1 2 Varsity
Track 3 4 TVC 4 Band Pp 25 68 78 89 108
BILL SARGENTI Hu Y 2 FTA3 4 TVC 3 4 Varsity Foot
ball 3 4 Varsity Track 2 Varslty Baseball 1 2 3 4
Pp 25 68 83 96 98
LEONARD SCHENCK FFA 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Pp
25 82 89
SHARON SCHLEGEL Thesplans 2 GAA 3 FTA 2 Delta
Sigma 1 Sophomore Class Secretary Llons Club Speech
Award Self Government Committee Pp 11 13 25
SHARON WALKER FTA 2 GAA 3 4 Thesplans 3 4
Swlm Show Pp 26 60 66 84 122
PHIL WEAVER ASB Vlce preldent Commlssloner of
Student Relations Jumor Class President Audlon 4
Broadcaster 3 4 Broadcaster Editor ln Chlef Spamsh
Club3 HI Y1 2 3 4 Scholarship 2 3 4 YMCA Youth
rn Government Delta Sigma 4 Qutll and Scroll Pp 46
55 58 59 78 134
MIKE WHEELER HIYI 2 3 Scholarship 3 4 Pp 26
LEE WHEELOCK Hn Y1 2 3 4 Band1 2 Cee Football
1 Dee Basketball 1 Cee Basketball 2 Bee Basketball
3 4 Head Cheerleader Pp 26 30 78 90
MERLE WICKS Pp 26 89
LOUISE WILLCUTT Delta Slgma 2 FTA 2 3 4 Swlm
Show P 27
HOWARD WILLIAMS Pp 27 89
JOHN WINTER HI Y 1 2 Bee Football 'I Varslty Foot
ball4 Pp 27 97 141
DANNY YORBA FFA 1 2 Varslty Football 3 Varsity
Baseball 4 P 27
5551 DRESSED DONE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL
Chuck Fuscher Barbara Pampenn Knstun Veeh John Hardy
IN MEMORY OF PHIL GRISET
For we know that If the earthly tent we llve ln ns
destroyed we have a buuldung from God a house
not made wuth hands eternal un the heavens
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IN MEMORY OF JAMES CUNNINGHAM
God hath not promlsed
Sknes always blue
Flower strewn pathways
All our Iwes through
God hath not promised
Sun wlthout ram
Joy wvthout sorrow
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But God hath promised
Strength for the day
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Lnght for the way
Grace for the trlals
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See these happy kids? They're Tillers. The true spirit
of Tustin and the fun that we share is shown in these
I have tried to make your Audion full of spirit, fun,
and memories of our year, and athough many of my
plans were lost in rushes for deadlines, I have been
able to retain most of my aspirations.
I once told Mr. Hubble, the Audion adviser, that I
wished I could spend the rest of my life being editor
That was during a day in which things were work-
ing smoothly, and I had confidence in my book.
Actually, the staff spent most of the time full of
apprehension about the new features of the Audion,
since we knew that something new is received with
There are so many people to thank, and so little
space, so may I just say to everyone who co-operated
with the production of the Audion that I am very
grateful to you.
And, as a personal message to everyone, I want to
wish you many successes, and happy memories of your
Tustin High School days through this I959 Audion.
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