Van Nuys High School - Crimson and Gray Yearbook (Van Nuys, CA)
- Class of 1959
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nor nibbled af fhe magical mushroom, yef he is rushing headlong info whaf
is surely a Wonderland-Van Nuys High School. The weird and wondrous
sighfs which awaif him fhere will make his eyes bulge and sef his head
Lef us accompany Willy as he makes his way through Wonderland. We
can relive our own high school days as we follow our mascofs long,
enferfaining land bushyl fale.
ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY . 6
SENIORS ...... . 32
SPORTS ..... IU
CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES . , 98
UNDERCLASSMEN . , 134
INDEX . . . , 167
Willie Wos Introduced
MR. WILLIAM C. NOBLE
"The world is so full of Z1 nmnbcr ol' things.
I'm sure wc should all he happy ais kingsf'
Robvrt Louis Str-vcnson wrotv tht-sv words amd hccdcd thcm in his
own approach to lifv. Conscquvntly lift- for him was a grunt, satisfying
advcnturv, in spitv ol' pcrsonail aiclxwwsitics which might hnvc sourcd 11
For tht- studvnt who aidopts gi similair Crcvd Cach school yvair hrings
nvw wondvr amd L-xcitvinvnt. This Crimson amd Gray is at record of nn-
othm' strvtrh down thc- long maid of Vain Nuys High School's history. It
has ht-4-n ll yvarr of clianigc, ol growth. It has hvvii at ycnr of high momunts
of siicm-ss. lt is thvsr- momvnts thait mailu' aill thc planning and haird work
ol tht- laiculty amd thc- stuclm-nl hotly worth whilv. Most ol' thcsv highlights
arm' rt'c'orclt'tl in piftura- or story in this yvarrhoolt.
Maiy I congraxtulzru' t-arch stnclvnt who hats c'ont1'ihutt'd to this past
yt-1n"s rt-coral ul au'liit-vt-int-ntg mary I tharnk catch tcaclivr who hais had a
huncl in it.
MRS. EVA M. KIRBY
Girls' Vice Principal
MR. DONALD B. BROWN
Boys' Vice Principal
LISTENING TO AN EXPLANATION OF A TRIGONOMETRY PROB-
LEM BY MR. KUBO AND PETER, BARBARA, EVAN, MARIE,
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. . . The Wonders
Miss Jean Robb, teaching Mathematical
Analysis and Algebra, headed the Mathematics
Faculty this year. Other important college pre-
paratory courses OFfered were Algebra, Geom-
etry, and Trigonometry, which were taught by
a large part of the faculty. For students with a
non-academic major Basic Math, High School
lXTath, and Industrial Math were taught by
Mrs. Eugenia Negulic, Mr. Myron Ronne, Mr.
Robert L. Sanders, and Mr. George Stuart.
Mr. John Doerr and N111 Alden YVillis spon-
sored the Math Maniacs for students interested
in a club for mathematics. Miss Florence Reese
coached the math team for the Occidental Field
Day, At this event the team placed first in its
division. Mr. W'illis coached the team for the
Wfilliam B. Orange Memorial Contest at Los
Angeles City College, where both team and
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individual prizes were given.
FIRST ROW-Mr. Kubo, Mr. Hamm, Miss Robb, Mr. Sfucri, Mr. Vonesiun, SECOND ROW-Mr,
McCaffrey, Mr. Goodman, Mr. Culwick, Mr. Doerr, Miss Reese, Mr. Willis, Mrs. Negulic, Mr. R. I..
Sanders, Mr. Richardson, Mr. Ronnc.
of the Universe
Heading the Science Faculty this year was
Mr. Harold Young, physics teacher. Mr.
Louis Falb, sponsor of the Natural History
Club, B111 l'Villia1n Kroot, and lXfIr. George
Platner, advisor of the Electrons, taught
chemistry classes. Physiology classes were held
under Mr. Gordon Locklear, Mr. Darryl
Lange, lXfIr. Robert Patton, and lN1r. Kroot.
lNIr. Haryey Raskind instructed a new college
preparatory science course. Advanced Biol-
ogy. B111 John Hallahan. director of the
Astronomy Club, taught Modern Science,
which is similar to the class of Physical
Science taught in the past. Teaching Life
Science to tenth graders were Mr. Gerald
Bessey. Mrs. Margie Hanzal, Mr. Paul Hy-
nianson. Keir. Locklear. Mr. John Lynch, Mr.
Lange. Mr. Edward Miller. Mrs. Golda
Nloser. Mr. Raskind. and Mr. Myron Ronne,
FIRST ROW-Mr. Rcskind, Mrs. Hcmzol, Mr. Young, Mrs. Moser, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Patton.
SECOND ROW-Mr. Hymonson, Mr. Miller, Mr. Locklecr, Mr. Fclb, Mr. Plotner, Mr.
Lange, Mr. Krool, Mr. Loufzenheiser, Mr. Ronne, Mr. Hcillohon, Mr. Bessey.
PHYLLIS NICHOLSON EXPLAINS AN ALGEBRA JOHN. PAT AND BILL ARE LEADING A PHYSIOLOGY CLASS IN A
EQUATION TO SHARRON, STEVE AND EVELYN
DISCUSSION OF NARCOTICS
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FIRST ROW-Mrs. Luschow, Mrs. Geiler, Miss Keough, Mrs. Price,
Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Finn, Mr. Frisius. SECOND ROW-Mr. Hall, Mr,
Kessler, Mr. Cragoe, Mr. Lefiiz, Mr. Brocki.
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The varied and widespread activities of the
English Department were coordinated bv Bliss.
Annina Price. This vear two new English courses
were started: Speed Reading. bv Mrs. Helen
Sekelv: lX'orld Literature. bv Mr. Jim Xkhitehead.
George llvf1fl1Ii7IQf0II Slept Hur. the plav produced
by the drama classes in the winter semester. was
under the supervision of Miss Catherine BIcMillan.
Llr. Ravmond Kessler. public speaking teacher.
sponsored the N.F.I... and coached manv students
for speech competitions,
Mr. Irwin Porges headed the stall of students
that put out manv line editions of the Mirror. and
Mrs. Price was the advisor of the Crimson and
Gray. rllllk' Pegasus Club. sponsored by Blr. hfilie
Foster. produced the Il'ir1.gcd Pun. an anthology of
PAM Bruno ure,-ws l'Oli'1'RY TO MrxR1LvN AND JEFF IN
MR. FRlSIl'Sl ENu1.1su l,rrr1R.xTt'Rii CLASS
Muyr iufuuws ins sr-rziauir IN Prnuc Srriexxixc, wH1L1i
lJo1'o'rmr1s mm .xNn J.-xN T,-xiius NOTES
'TERRY AND TOM GARNELLA LISTEN AS A FELLOXV STU-
DENT EXPLAINS THE MEANING OF A SHORT STORY TO
MRS. SECAL'S .AMERICAN LITERATURE CLASS
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TED-Mrs. Munscher, Mrs. Segal, Miss Molski, Mrs. Sekely, Mrs. Ross. STANDING-Mr. Wesf,
Whiieheod Mr Porges
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MR. FOSTER DESCRIBES THE GRAMMAR OF A PUZ-
J7 ZLING SENTENCE TO JIM MCKAY AND IQALPH,
MEMBERS OF A SENIOR ENGLISH CLASS
STYDYING THE BILLS BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE ARE
GARY FAMILIAN AND LILIKE MCNEILL. To INCREASE
THEIR KNOXVLEDGE OF CIVICS, BARBARA.
STEVE AND .ALICE LOOK ON
SOCIAL STUDIES FACULTY
FIRST ROW-Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Roffetto, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Elmcn, Mrs. Hegge, Mrs. Smythe. SECOND ROW-Mr. Lund, M'-
Wollmcn, Mr. Mayo, Mrs. Moser, Mr. Gunn, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Clemens, Mrs. Stewart, Mr. Lyons, Mr. Friedman, Mr. Lundquist, Mr. Hymcmson.
SOCIAL STUDIES ITEPARTMENT
Mr. Sichivy Elmzm, touching BII History, was thc head of thc
Social Studios Faculty this your. Two sciiicstvrs of .XITTCYICLHT History
wort' taught hy part oI' thv faculty. and AIU History was oifcrcd for
those' IITLl'I't'SLt'CI. .Xnotlicr rcqriircd siilwjcct was United Stntcs Gov-
vriiiiiviit whicli was taught hy IXUS. Erma I'7citIIOr, XII: Trovic Lyons.
Mrs. Fmiirvs RgiII'I'tlo. Mr. Lyh' Robinson. Blrs. Hclcu Smythc.
Mrs. IQLILIIVIAYIT Stcwgirt, Mrs. Urn YIIITUIIIPSOII .IIICI XII: Victor
XVOIIIIILIIT. Iwo 1-Ivcliw Coursvs in this CIt'LJLll'lIl1L'IlI wort' ECOIIOIIIICS.
taught hy Mr. Curl I7I'ivcIIIi1III. and IIllt'l'ITLlLI0llLlI Rclntiolis. by hirs.
Stvwurt .Intl Mr. XVQIIIIIIIIII.
Iivrziilsv ol' thi' Izirgm' ITIllllIHl'l' of scniors this ycnr. practically all
:II thi- Iliviilly taught clzissvs in Svnior PI'0ITIL'l11S. The objectives of
this voursm- gm- Ivziriiiiig' to know OITPIS sI'II'. gvttiiigf along with others,
:md Ilnving Iill-'S prohlviiis,
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Until this year German has not been taught at Van
Nuys. Now, under the able direction of Mrs. Alice Fuerst
and Mrs. Mary Gagne, it is being offered. Mr. Jack Mc-
Clintock headed the Language Department which also
oH'ered Spanish, French and Latin.
Members ol the Language Faculty also sponsored sev-
eral clubs. Mrs. Berna Romero sponsored the Spanish Club,
Los Campanerosg Mrs. Henrietta Holubar, teacher of
French, sponsored Les Elites. In addition to the language
clubs, Mrs. Gagne started a French Song Club. A German
Song Club, sponsored by Mrs. Fuerst, has also just com-
pleted its first year. With the recent increase in this country
of interest in other lands and their languages, there has
been a great amount of participation in the language Held.
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SEATED-Mrs. Brown, Miss Romero, Mr. McClintock, Mrs. Holubar, Mrs.
Gagne. STANDING-Mr. DeLeon, Mrs. Shonk, Mrs. Milich, Mr. Loci.
KEN TRANSLATES HIS SENTENCES IN SPANISH For:
MIKE AND BONNY
Mr Weinstein Mr Alfheuser, Mr. Sayre.
Harmon . . .
MUSIC AND ART DEPARTMENTS
Mr. Seymour Weinstein. leader of the Orchestra. Dance
Band, and Band, was the head of the llusic Department.
Mr. Robert Altheuser, who came to Yan Nuys this year.
successfully directed the Vocal Production groups. the
A Cappella Choirs, and the Girls' Glee Club. Rlusic Appre-
ciation, Piano. and Organ were taught by B111 John Sayre.
and Harmony and Blusic History were subjects instructed
by Mr. Wleinstein.
Subjects offered in the tield of Art were numerous and
varied. Heading the active department was Bfrs. Gladys
Roberts. teaching Advertising Art and Art Composition.
Art Crafts and Illustration were under the supervision of
Mr. Eugene l.aVancil. The classes of Costume Design and
liife Drawing were taught by Blrs. -lean Henning. B111
-Iatnes DeMarclii joined the department at mid-term and
taught Stage Design, lnterior Decorating, and Art History
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MR. LITTLE 5L'PERx'I5Es LEE. BI.-XRI.-XXNE
AND NANCY XVHO ARE XVORKIXG XVITH THE
. . . Future
FIRST ROW-Mr. Modwin, Mr, Little. SECOND ROW-
Mrs. Shipley, Mrs. Heinze, Mr, Miller, Mrs. McKee
Miss O'Honlon. THIRD ROW-Mr. Livson, Mr. Hood
Mrs. Vinie, Mr. Dietz, Mrs. Hitchcock, Mr. Povligc:
Miss RX'AN AND CAROL R. ADMIRE THE DRESS THAT HOME ECONOMICS FACULTY
CAROL H. HAS JUST MADE
Mrs. Simmons, Miss Ryan, Mrs. Moser.
in Home and Business . . .
BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Preparation of students for the business world is the
objective of the Business Education Faculty of Van Nuys
High School. This purpose is successfully carried out
under the leadership of Mr. Tip Miller. Some of the
courses offered to the students are Transcription, Busi-
ness Machines, Bookkeeping, Merchandising, Business
Law and Typing. Additional opportunities for experi-
ence are oifered to students in Oflice Practice and in the
Work Experience program led by Mr. Alfred Stridborg.
The Future Business Leaders of America, organized
by this department, experienced a busy and exciting year
under the leadership of Mrs. Gail Vinje and Mr. Jasper
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
Homemaking arts are taught at Van Nuys High
School by Miss Kay Ryan, Mrs. Dorothy Simmons, and
Mrs. Colda Moser. The classes oilfered are Home Living,
Clothing, Foods, Child Care. and Home Nursing. All
the courses in the Home Economics Department are of
a practical nature and designed to train girls in the skills
necessary to run a home.
In the iirst semester the Home Economics Faculty
sponsored the Betty Crocker Homemaking contest. Linda
Ann Smith won the lirst prize. The Future Honiemakers
of America, a club organized by this department, was
guided through the past year by Miss Ryan.
Mr. Rollins, Mrs. Nielson, Mr. King, Mr. Swanson.
. . . Useful
For students interested in farming, the :Xg1'lCLllU11'e
Department oH'ers many opportunities. Under the leader-
ship of Blr. Grant Nielson, department chairman, B111
Charles King and Mr. Dell Rollins, students travel to
Fiye Acres for instruction and actual experience. Voca-
tional Agriculture is taught by all three teachers, and
Nlr. King also taught a course in Floriculture. In this
class, students interested in the raising of flowers and in
their arrangement are given instruction and then pro-
vided with opportunities to create their own floral
Mr. Nielson sponsored the Future Farmers of Ameri-
ca. one of the largest clubs at our school, through a busy
and eventful year.
KEN AND RIIKE Rli.-XRRANGE PLANTS IN THF
LATHHOVSE XVHILE DICK CLEANS
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS FACULTY
FIRST ROW-Mr. Morchese, Mr. Halpern, Mr. March,
Mr. Kernodle, Mr. Chambers. SECOND ROW-Mr.
Lucksfeczd, Mr. Kopp, Mr. Kirk, Mr. Delp, Mr. Bledsoe.
PHIL ADJUSTS THE BRAKE DRUM YVITH
THE HELP or DICK, WAYNE AND
MR. HALPERN CHECKS THE BOOKCASE
WHILE VINCE, PAT AND KEN LOOK ON
Industrial Arts students worked in the Electric
and Radio shop with Mr. Maurice Kopp, depart-
ment chairman, and Mr. William Bledsoe. Wood
shop was taught by Mr. Ben Halpern, and Mr.
George Marek supervised the Machine Shop.
Other classes offered were Mechanical Drafting
and General Metals. Mr. Robert Marchese di-
rected the active Stage Grew. The auto shop was
inaugurated under the leadership of Mr. Bledsoe
and Mr. Oral Kernodle.
This year brought to a close the work of Mr.
William Chambers as director of Graphic Arts. He
has been responsible for the fine quality of printing
done at Van Nuys.
CAROLYN, DICKIE JUNE, CAROLE, BARBARA AND LEE
DEMONSTRATE MODERN DANCE TECHNIQUE
Miss Bernice Corkhill led the Girls' Physi-
cal Education Department again this year.
Girls were given the opportunity tO I21kC
Nlodern Dance from Bliss lX4arguerite Sen-
cliak, Drill Team with Miss Phyllis Taylor,
Posture Training from bliss Dorothy Baily,
or the standard Physical Education classes.
Along with his duties in coaching the
Varsity Football and Baseball Teams, Mr.
Winston Tucker led the Boys, Physical Edu-
cation Department. Mr. Leonard Orteg and
Blix Albert Gaber coached the 'SBU Football
Team. Basketball was under the leadership of
Mr, James Nlercer, who also headed the
Track Team. Blr. Blcfjonnaughy coached
Cross Country, Sir. Gaber the Swim Team,
Mr. BIcCaf'frey the Tennis Team, and Nlr.
Mike Foster the Golf Team.
. . . Health
PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY
FIRST ROW-Miss Taylor., Mr. Oncg. Mm senchuk, Mr. McConnc:ugI1y, Mm show, Mr. Hubbard. SECOND Row-Mass Mun-
son, Mr. Mercer, Mlss Bally, Mr. Tucker, Mr. Gabor, Mrs. France, Mr. Quinn, Miss Corkhill. THIRD ROW-Miss Hirshberg Mrg
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DRIVER EDUCATION FACULTY
Mr. Crandall, Mr. Starr, Mr. Quinn, Mr. Stanley.
and Safety . . .
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DRIVER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Under the leadership of Mr. Edward Starr, the
Driver Education Faculty has instructed students
in driving theory and law, and given behind-the-
wheel training. Mr. LeRoy Graves. Mr. Barney
Quinn. and Mr. H. Crandall taught the theory
course: Mr. Starr and Mr. Guy Stanley, the train-
ing. In Driver Education the Operation of the
motor is explained and laws and correct driving
practices are taught. In Driver Training, students
are shown the technique of operating a car and are
given practice under a qualihed instructor.
MR. STANLEY EXPLAINS A FIRE EXTINGUISHER TO
IOYCE, ARLENE AND BEVERLY
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Mrs. Virden, Miss Keough, Mrs. Freeman, D. Kelly,
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FIRST ROW-F. Renshaw, B, Sandler. SECOND ROW-Mr. Mc-
Caffrey, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Siegel, G. Smith, B. Stevenson.
THIRD ROW-Mr. Means, M. Gonzales.
D. Roberts, Mrs. Spivey, H. Danelen, Mrs. Brinn, Mrs. Agren,
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FIRST ROW-S. Smead, C. Lollier, Mr. Brown, L, Mobroten, C. Meyerhoff, Mrs.
Moior, Mrs. Lyon s.
SEATED-Mrs. Galbraith, Miss Reese, Miss Hershberg, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Roy,
Mrs. Moser. STANDING-Mr. Brocki, Mr. Deitz, Mr. Whifeheod, Mr. McCoIIisIer,
R. Perkins, Mrs. Shipley, L. Sireepy.
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KNEELING-Messrs. H. Taylor, W. Harris. STANDING-O. Draper,
D. Merryman, E. Brooks, D. Jones, C. Weslgale, W. MacNeiI.
LEFT SIDE-Mmes. M. Elrod, V. James, T. Fonsean, M. Surnham,
R, Armintroul, B. Noble, C. Shelley, M. McGinery, M. Kincaid,
M. Hcpfer, V. Monell. RIGHT SIDE-V. Arnold, E. Kinsman, J.
Nelson, S. Broder, A. Kuehn, C. Whilmer, Mr. Moret.
FIRST ROW-Mr. H. Hansen, Mr. G. Berry, Mr. J, Fell, My-5,
Milchell, Mrs, A Malzenbacher. SECOND ROW-Mr. K, Mgfshell,
Mr. T. Byrum, Mr. S. Smilh, Mr. H. Rasmussen, Mrs. Palguqq,
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FIRST ROW-S. Rabinowitz, M. Gonnella, M. Rutman, L. Page, L. Stordahl, S. Achen, J. Furbass, J. Arthur, R. Okin, A. Cuffe, C. Crum, K. Bovee
J. Siegler, C. Coles, G. Bogart. SECOND ROW-P. Aires, T. Crowder, G. Shufow, D. Roberts, K. Barger, Y. Hunsaker, D. Roberts, S. Keach, M
Haimovitz, B. Nardi, B. Keropian, M. Lockheed, C. Chapnick, R. LeGassick, B. Klee. THIRD ROW-P. Easley, P. Zuber, S. Stettner, J. Ianne, L. Jones
M. Josse, J. Begley, M. Klinger, S. Smith, A. Holfbrook, J. Dunn, D. Tschantre. FOURTH ROW-G. Fry, B. English, E. Bybee, D. Smith, C. Mnlntyre
G. Patterson, R. Jackson, S. Zimberoff, C. Perry, S. Madison, A. Carhart, C. Luthiger, M. O'Sullivan. FIFTH ROW-P. Zuber, D. Verbanac, S. Wood
ard, M. Templeton, D. Wagner, T. Wooley, M. Rosin, D. Harrison, J. Fishkin, J. Jepsen, C. Benjamin, G. Lippert, R. Berman.
Representative Council members and their alternates are elected
from each second period class to serve for one semester. Presiding
over the monthly meetings were the Student Body Presidents. Sheryl
King led the winter council with Rich LeGassick following in the
spring. Each member of the Board of Control is responsible for 21
table and for guiding the discussion when the group breaks up into
smaller units. Some projects of the year were the Clean-Up Cam-
paign and a discussion of the qualities needed for leadership. The
council serves to unite the students of the school and the faculty.
FIRST ROW-L. Drabin, M. Lebowitz, S. Geber, S. Goodman, T. Strozer, M. Sanders, P. R. Hammons, L. Anderson, B. Rogers, J. Getz, J. Meyers
J. Ostrode. SECOND ROW-P. Kranz, L. Gullans, M. Brock, P. Story, J. Berrie, T. Thomas, S. Taylor, M. Oeland, D. Hasselbach, J. Cook, L
Nicholas, S. Lipney, R. Elyot, S. Jones. THIRD ROW-B. Huber, A. Hanzl, M. Hough, T. Brindle, B. Byron, B. Gibson, R. McDonald, R. Wester-
field, C. Smith, J. Taylor, K. Carlson, G. Peterson, J. Anderson. FOURTH ROW-M. Baker, S. Lowe, B. English, B. Gertz, M. Cook, H. Sarkissian
J. Burra, G. Martin, T. Kiningham, J. Halpern, J. Walter, G. Ma, H. Maunu, J. Friesen.
BOARD OF CONTROL, WINTER '59
SEATED-S. Combs, A. Carhart, B. Mostovoy, S. Wulen, S. King, S. Keach, S. Slattery, S. Coppage. STANDING-C. Cheng, G. Patterson, R.
LeGcsslck, B. Lanctot, M. McNeill, L. Sonsini, B. Fields.
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BOARD OF CONTROL, WINTER '59
During the fall semester Sheryl King was president of the student
body. The position of girls' president was adequately filled by
Sharol Walen, and Dudley Campbell was an able boys' president.
Keeping accounts of finances was Stacy Keach, the student body
treasurer. On the Board of Control were various connnissioners: ol'
Clubs, Gary Patterson, of Halls and Grounds, Bob Paul, who was in
charge of keeping the campus cleang of Publications, Mike McNeilg
of Publicity, Carl Cheng, of Safety, Rich l.eGnssick, who was in
charge of fire drills and other safety precautions, ol Seholarsliip,
Sarah Combs, of School Service, Suzie Coppage, who kept reeords
of all school servicesg of Social Activities, Ann Cfarlizirt, who plzinned
all school social activities. Head Yell Leader lloh Fields, who led the
yells at sports activities, was an energetic inenilmer. Senior "ll"
President Lary Sonsini and Senior "A" President liolm l.nnetot
represented their classes.
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BOARD OF CONTROL. SUMMER ,59
Van Nuys High School was served well by Rich LeGassick as
spring student body president. The girls' president was Mary Ann
Gonnella. Serving as boy's president was Duke Tschantre. Re-
cording the rninutes was Student Body Secretary Ann Carhart. Barry
Gertz was student body treasurer. Cn the Board of Control were
the comniissioners: of Assemblies, Karen Bovee, who planned all
our assemblies: of Clubs, Beverly Englishg of Halls and Grounds,
Don Cheng, who was in charge of keeping the halls and grounds
Clean: of Publications, Gary lX4arting of Publicity, Barbara Englishg
of Safety. lVIarty Lebowitzg of Scholarship, Sparky Smithg of School
Service, Chris Ramsey, who kept accurate records of all service
pointsg and of Social Activities, Molly O'Sullivan. Leading yells to
encourage the Hghting Wfolves was Gary Patterson, who served on
the Board. Bob Paul and Stacy Keach represented the Senior "B"
and Senior "AU classes.
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BOARD OF CONTROL, SUMMER '59
FIRST ROW-S. Combs, M. Gonnella, R. LeGossick, D. Tschantre, A. Curhart. SECOND ROW-B. English, S. Smith, G. Patterson, B. English,
B. Paul. THIRD ROW-G. Martin, M. O'Sullivun, M. Lebowitz, D. Cheng, C. Romsey, S. Kecich.
GIRLS' ACTIVITY BOARD, WINTER '59
FIRST ROW-Mrs. Hegge, M. Weaver, J. McKanna, J. John, D. Wagner, S. Walen, B. English, M. Gonnella, S. Smith, S. Helfman. SECOND ROW-
M. Ferman, K. Minkoff, M. O'SuIlivan, D. Klann, M. Gander, L. Brinkley, M. Bond, S. Stephens, E. Gullans, B. Feldman.
GIRLS' ACTIVITY BOARD. WINTER '59
Leading the Girls' Student Body in the fall semester
was Sheryl IValen. Karen McNahoe served as vice-presi-
dent. The ofhce of secretary was held by Barbara English,
and Deanne IVagner was the treasurer. Representatives of
such organizations as Ladies. Lettergirls, and G.A,A., as
well as the girls' ofhcers. make up the Girls' Activity Board.
Various committees were represented on the board by their
Featuring the talent of several girls was a Mother-
Daughter Dessert. A Girl-of-the-Year was chosen by the
good-grooming committee. These were among the activities
in which the girls participated.
BOYS' ACTIVITY BOARD, WINTER '59
FIRST ROW-M, Haimovitz, R. LeGassick. SECOND ROW-B. Fields, R. Rudman, D.
Campbell, J. Randolph, Mr. Vanesian. THIRD ROW-J, Shulman, J. Edwards, D, Duke,
S. Goodman, T. Roth.
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BOYS' ALT'l'lYl'l'Y BOARD. IYINTER '59
Ifnder the lendcrslnp of Dudley Cgunphell. presi-
dent. the Boys' Student Body in the fall semester
adopted QI new constitution. Rick Rudtnan served
as vice-president and Klint Randolph was the secre-
tnrv-trcnsurer. These otlicers, with the representa-
tives OI Iieys' organizations on ciunpus, nude up
tlie Boys' Activitv Board. These reprcscnt.1tivcs in-
cluded Rich l.cGnssicl4. Bob Fields. ,lint EdwnrdS.
Mike lflguniovitz. .loel Seliulnmn. Duke Tsclinntrc.
and 'l'errv Roth. Irotn Safety Conunittee. Yell
l.cncIers. Knights. Squires, l.etter1ncn. Future
Fnrniers ul' Aincricn. and the R,O.'l'.C., respec-
Antone thc activities ol' the liovs' Student Bodv
wits nn nsseinlmlv showing the rnovic. "Blau in
Space," :uid the selection ol' n Boy-0f-the-Year.
Iiotli showed the enthusiastic pmifipatitm of
every Iwov nt Vain Nuys lligll,
GIRLS' ACTIVITY BOARD, WINTER '59
FIRST ROYY-I Cook, A. 5YffI9, C. CYUN1, 5- Lowe, M. Gonnello, C. King, C. Gutmon, C. Scherz, Miss O'HcnIon. SECOND ROW-J. Robinson, M.
Alexandre, P. Zuber, P. Nicholson, D. Dietz, K. Clark, L. Silvermcln, S. Smith, C. Lollier, C. Clark.
GIRLS' ACTIVITY BOARD. SUMMER '59
As president of the Girls' Student Body. Mary Ann
Gonnella led the girls in the spring semester through a
successful term. The vice-president was Sandy Lowe, Carole
King served as treasurer. and Jan Carlyle was secretary.
Bliss O'Hanlan was the new advisor. These oliicersz the
head song leader. Sandy Smithg the presidents of Ladies.
Lettergirls. and G.A.A.. who were Linda Leavitt, Margo
Alexandre. Pamela Zuber. respectivelyg and the heads oi
various committees made up the Girls' Activity Board. A
Girls' Assembly. Girls, lVeek. and the selection of a 'fGirl
of the Yearw were among the activities planned. A May
Queen and her princesses were elected and May Day
BOYS' ACTIVITY BOARD. SUMMER ,59
Leading the Boys, Student Body in the summer semester
was Duke Tschantre. president. He was assisted by Bob
Stevenson. vice-president. and Frank LeGassick. secretary-
treasurer. These. as well as the following representatives
from boys' organizations on the campus. made up the Boys'
Activity Board: Marty Lebowitz, Gary Patterson, Mike
Haimovitz. Eric MCZgL'l', Paul Jacob. Bill Nardi and Terry
Roth. Mr. Donald Brown was the advisor and sponsor.
Among the outstanding activities planned by the board
and carried out by every boy in Van Nuys were a Boys'
Assembly featuring Mr. Roy. a tumbler. ventriloquist. and
comediang and the selection of a Boy-of-the-Year.
BOYS' ACTIVITY BOARD, SUMMER '59
FIRST ROW-M. Lebowitz, E. Mezger, D. Tschontre, B. Stevenson, Mr. Brown. SECOND
ROW-L. Roth, B. Nardi, P. Jacob, G. Patterson.
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RI.-XRILYN GONDER SVR LAWHEAD
BIARSH.-X HENDLER SHERXL IXIING
To become an Ephebian is the highest honor a stu-
dent at Van Nuys High School can attain The First
Ephebians were a group of Greeks of outstanding leader-
ship. scholarship, and character. The present-day Ephe-
bian Society is carried on by students with the same
distinctive qualities as those of the founders. plus a vital
interest in civic affairs.
Each year the graduating class, in conjunction with
the faculty. selects members to represent them in carry-
ing out the aims of the Society. Those who have achieved
membership have not only been honored, but have been
given opportunity to serve their fellow man and their
Louis Bodnar, Penelope Carr, Suzie Coppage, Julie Dulkin, Alyce Friedman, Marsha Hendler, Sheryl King,
Jaan Kirkpatrick, Peter Lowe, Barbara Mezo, Marlene Regal, Myra Rolenberg, Geraldine Snyder, Sandra
TUNISIAN A-I2 OFFICERS TUNISIAN SPONSORS
FIRST ROW-D. McKee, L. Zwerg, B. LuncIoI, S, Lowhecd. Mrs. Heinz, Mr. Mercer.
SECOND ROW-A. Levine, S. Hole.
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BOB ACHEN DIANE ALESHIRE PHILLIP ALEXANDER ELAINE ALLAN NANCY ANTOLA LINDA ATHERTON
JUDIE AULFES ERNEST A. BALACHIO EVAN BARMACHE JACKIE BARNES MARSHA BENSON SUE BERKLAND JACKIE BERNIAN
MARJORIE BERRY PAT BISCHOFF LINDA JOAN BLITZ LOUIS BODNAR CARL BONO MARK BRENIZER JOYCE BRICKEY
LOIS BROWN MARGARET BROWN MARILYN BURTON RICHARD CAIN DUDLEYCAMPBELL GENE CANNADY KAREN CARLSON
PENNY CARR LINDA CARTER PHIL CARTOZIAN DION CHAMBLIN TERRY CHAVIS VINCENT CITRO ROGER COCHRAN
ARLENE CODY JIM COHLAN CHARLOTTE COHN LINDA ANN COHN SUZI COPPAGE SUSAN COURTNEY CINDA COUSSENS
JUDY CRADIT CAROLYN CROXTON JUDYE DANIELS NANCY ANN DANIELSON LARRY de CAUSSIN CAROLYN DIAMOND CORINNE DOOSE
ATRICIA DUNCAN PHIL EASTLEY JAMES EDWARDS
ROBERT FELTON MARLENE FIELD LORETTAJOYCE FOUNTAIN
LESLIE FRICKE ALYCE FRIEDMAN BARBARA FRIEDMAN
HOWARD FRIEDMAN WANDA FROST DAVE GNBOURY JERRY GARDNER ROCHELLE GARFIELD MARILYN GONDER GARY GRATRIX
BYRON GRUOT PAM GUSTAFSON SANDY HALE STUART HAMILTON JEAN HARRIS JEAN HAWLEY MARSHA HENDLER
NORMA HENDLER TIM HERLES JUDY HIBBARD MARY ELLEN HILL NONA HOFMAN AUDREY HOLLEY DOUGLAS HONN
LINDA JO HUFFINE MARY JO HUFFMAN DARLENE HULLUM DOROTHY HUNTER RALPH IANNALFO CAROLYN JENSEN TOM JINVJ3
KAY JOHNSON JUDY JONES VICKI LYN JONES LINDA JORGENSEN RIITTA JUVONEN ALEX KALENIAN MAURICE KAPLAN
RITA ANNE KATZ RICHARD KEMPTON STUART KEOGH CAROLYN KING SHERYL KING TOBY KING CHERYL KININGHAM
JOAN KIRKPATRICK DENIESE KLANN MARVIN KLEIN SHARRON KNAPP NIKKI KOENIG DONNA KOOY BARRY KORN
JACK KOST GAIL LAMSON BOB LANCTOT BARBARA LASHEVER SUE LAWHEAD SUSAN LENT ANDY LEVINE
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TUNISIAN ACTIVITY DAY
"Around the World in 60 Minutes," the theme
of the Tunisian Activity Day, depicted many
different countries. It was under the supervision of
the class sponsors, senior co-ordinator, steering
committee, and class vice-president. Jerry Gardner
acted as Master of Ceremonies.
Carolyn Croxton and Marilyn Gonder did a
hula in Hawaii. Carole Diamond and Barbara
Friedman sang Ujuke Box Saturday Nightl' in
America. The g'Old Sick Players" spent some time
in merry England. Lynne Zwerg, Denny Klann,
John Montoya, and Dusty Diskant went to Russiag
and Sharon Tyer and Sandy Morris were in India.
The show ended with several students in the land
KENNETH MATOSIAN JUDY MCKANNA DENISE NICKEE FRANK MCLAIN LARRY MEAD CAROLYN MELIM YOLANDA NIESCHWITZ
JUDY METCALFE BARBARA MEZD PATRICIA ELLEN MILLS JEAN MITTENTHAL ANTHONY MOHR TERRY MOHR JOHN MONTOYA
NEAL MOODY PATRICIA MORRIS SANDY MORRIS MARIANNE NAYLOR CHRIS NYBY STEPHEN ORDWAY PEGGY PACHECO
BARBARA PEARSON KAREN PEARSON SHIRLEY PETZ CAROLYN PEVNA BOB PICKETT FRANK PINCHERLI BETTY ANN PINCKNEY
VICKI PORTER JIM POWELL DICK PRICE RICHARD RARIDON MARLENE REGAL MYRA ROTENBERG NANCY ROUNDY
CAROL ROWLEY SHIRLEY SACNEU SHIRLEY SAGOIAN MIKE SALVANESCHI mm scon PAT sEELY mmm SIEGMAN
PATTY SENNEWALD BRAD SMITH EDWIN SMITH LINDA SMITH GERALDINE SNYDER NATALEE SONNE LINDA LEE SPENCE
SUSAN STARR LEONARD STERN AUTUMN STEVENS RENEE STEVENS SANDIE STEVENS MARK STOCKER JIMMIE STONE
JACK STRATMAN BDBBI SUTTON BARBARA LEE SWINK BRUCE THOMPSON KAREN GAIL TRABISH VINCE TUCCIARONE ROGER TURNER
SHARON TYER KAREN TYLER CAROLYN UDELL DOROTHY VANDERPOOL VICKIE VALEZ BUCK WAHNER BOB WALBRIDGE
SHAROL WALEN ROBB WALLANDER MICHAEL WATHEN JOAN WATSON MAXINE WEINSTOCK JUDY WELSH CARROLL JEAN WHEELER
DICKIE JUNE WILLIAMS VALERIE WILSON DONNA WINGER STEVIE WOLFBERG JUDY WOODFORD LARRY ZUCKERMAN DORIS LYNN ZWERG
Queen Sheryl Wcnlen and King Mike Solvoneschi
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FIRST ROW-R. Stevens, S, Berklond, V. Wilson, M. E. Hill,
B. Lunctot, D. McKee, L. Zwerg, S. Lowheud, C. Jensen. SECOND
ROW-J. Green, M. Gonder, M. Solvuneschi, N. Hofmcn, A.
Levine, S. Hole, C. Nyby, J. Mittenthol.
TUNISIAN ACTIVITY DAY COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-P. Alexander, J. Powell, S. Berklond, V. Wilson.
SECOND ROW-S. Lowheod, D. McKee, M. E. Hill. THIRD
ROW-C. Nyby, L. Zwerg, C. Jensen, J. Green. FOURTH ROW-
M. Gonder, J. Mittenthol, S. Hole, R. Stevens.
TUNISIAN CANDLELIGHT SUPPER COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-G. Snyder, B. Mezo, J. Jones, P. Duncan, S.
Wolfberg, C. Rowley, L. Brown. SECOND ROW-B. Sutton
S. Sogoion, N. Hendler, J. Welsh, G. Lamson, M. Drclchlis
N. Drysdole, V. Wilson, S. Petz. THIRD ROW- L. Huffine
N. Moody, V. Mozzcrino, C. Diamond, N. Hofmon, J. Hawley,
L. Spence. FOURTH ROW- M. E. Hill, M. Burton, J. Stone
J. Powell, T. Atherton, H. Fry, C. Gustafson.
'CA Dream of Tunisian was the theme of the Winter 1959
Senior Prom. The class chose for their king and queen Sharol
Walen and Mike Salvaneschi. Reigning as princesses were
Karen Carlson, Loretta Fountain, Marilyn Gonder, Nona
Hofman, and Sheryl King. Princes were Louis Bodnar, Jim
Edwards, Jerry Gardner, Bob Lanctot, and Tom Scott.
The setting for the dance was an elaborate sultanls palace
in an African desert decorated with palm trees and desert
The Prom was given by the Samurai Class in honor of the
graduating Tunisians. Gary Martin co-ordinated the activities
of the various sub-committees. Marty Lebowitz and Ann
Syfrig headed the sub-committee for decorationsg Bob Hicks,
Prom bids: Lucky Suerdieck. Prom king and queeng Pat Cook,
refreshments: and Bill Evans, band. Samurai class members
worked on the committees to make this truly a night to re-
member, with over live hundred students dancing to the music
of Lex Golden and his band.
SAMURAI B-I2 OFFICERS
FIRST ROW-S. McEIhinney, P. Powers, L. Sonsini, K. Clark, S. Weiss
SECOND ROW-S. Brinkman, G. Martin.
SAMURAI B-I2 STEERING COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-S. McEIhinney, G. Martin, P. Powers, L. Sonsini, K. Clark
S. Brinkman, S. Weiss. SECOND ROW-S. Helfman, E. Bybee, K.
McNaboe, N. Whalley, D. Schultz, S. Mazner, B. McRae, S. Schwartz
R. Berman. THIRD ROW--P. Pally, S. Keach, E. Harris, E. Mezger,
J. Meleo, M. Lebowitz, J. Peskelt, T. Smith, M. Klinger, W. Hazelhurst
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SAMURAI A-I2 OFFICERS
FIRST ROW-C. Cheng, L. Suerdieck. SECOND ROW--P. Powers,
S. Keach, S. McElhinney.
SAMURAI A-I2 STEERING COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-S. McEIhinney, P. Powers, S. Keoch, L. Suerdieck, C.
Cheng. SECOND ROW-N. Kantzer, M. Ciufo, D. Boyer, S. Mazner,
J. Temkin, B. McRae, T. Smith, R. Berman. THIRD ROW-J. Welden,
S. Sfukey, B. Weissman, D. Silvera, K. Clark, A. Syfrig, B. Mosiovoy,
J. Peskeii, B. Holzhauer, E. Bybee, N. Jewell, A. Weiser. FOURTH
ROW-B. Heller, L. Lindsay, G, Fomilian, S. Hooper, R. Andersen,
D. Sfuman, S. Marpef, L. Barrett.
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JUDY AMES ANN CARHART CARL CHENG KAREN CLARK BARRY GERTZ
MARY ANN GONELLA STACY KEACH MARTY LEBOWITZ GARY MARTIN
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ERIC MEZGER BOB MOSTOVOY GARY PATTERSON PINKIE POWERS JOEL SHULMAN
SUE SLATTERY DOUG STUMAN LUCKY SUERDIECK DUKE TSCHANTRE LYNNE WRIGHT
JAMES ABBOTT CHARLES ADAMS RON ADAMS TOM ALBERT ROLENE ALBRIGHT MICHAEL ALCALAY JOHN ALDERMAN
MARGO ALEXANDRE JANET ALLEN ALAN ALPERT EMILY ALTER JODY AMES PAUL ANDERSON RICK ANDERSEN
JOHN ANNISON SUSAN ARCHER JEFF ARON NANCY ARFS JULIE ARTHUR ROZZIE ASHMAN SUSAN ATCHISON
SHEILA ATFEBERY BARBARA AUERBACH JONI AUSLANDER GAIL AXELROD SONYA BADEN BOB BAGGETT MIKE BAKER
BONNIE BALKAN BILL BALLOUGH BARBARA BARONE JESS BARRAZA LARRY BARRETT SKIP BARTEL TONE BARTHOLOMEW
PATRICIA BEAN LARAINE BECK JANINE BECKER FRED BELMAN JUDITH BENNETT GWEN BENTLEY DORITA BERG
SANDRA BERG JOEL BERK BETTY BERKSHIRE JUDITH BERLIN LARRY BERLINER ROSALIE BERMAN JERRY BERNHEIMER
JUDY BIEHL BOB BIGGART DEANNA BIGHAM MIKE BILEK DOREEN BINGHAM JOY BLAKEWAY JAMES BLANCHER
JOHN BLOWITZ JANET BLUM FRAN BOCKAL JUDY BONDI VICTORIA BOSTICK JUDY BOWMAN DONNA BOYER
JOELLEN BRADLEY DAVID BRAIN PAMELA BRAND JIM BRAUN SUE BRECHT GARY BREWER GREG BREWSTER
STEVE BRINKMAN RENEE BRITAIN ARLYN BRODY BRUCE BROMBERG ALAN BROOKS CAROLE BROUGH KEN BROWN
STEPHANIE BRUDNEY MARGO BUNN TAMARA BURNHAM DONNA BURTON BRAD BUSH CORBIN BUSHONG ELAINE BYBEE
BONNIE CALKINS KAREN CALLAWAY HELEN CAMPBELL KEN CAMPIONE ANN CARHART SANFORD CARNAHAN BOB CARON
JOAN CARR ROBERT CARRIER LEE CARTER BOB CARTIER BEVERLY CARUSO JUDY CASEY DON CEDEROUIST
BOB CHALDU JAMES CHAMBERLIN SANDY CHAVIN CARL CHENG JEFFREY CHRISTIANSEN ANGELA CIRRICIONE MARY CIUFO
ALICE CLARK EARL CLARK GEORGE CLARK KAREN CLARK ROSS CLYBORNE GARY COFFIN ALLEN COHEN
DONNA COLE TOM COLE VICKI COLE SUSAN COLES SARAH COMBS GERRY CONNOLLY PATTY CONNOLLY
PAT COOK PATRICIA COOK DAVID COOMBS FRED COOPER JUDY COTTLE DOROTHY COUGET JOAN COULTER
DICK COWLISHAW CHUCK CRAIL KAYE CRESTON TERRY CROWDER SANDY CUBBERLY MIKE CUSANOVICH DARI-ENE CUTLER
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BILL DARLINGTON FRED DARVEY RICHARD DAYTON SHARON DAYTON CECELIA DeBLANCO CHARLES DECKER JOHN DECKER
HARVEY DILLON LEE DRABIN DAVID DRESSLER BILL DUNN JOSEPH DUNN ROBERT DUNN MICHAEL ELLIOTT
BARBARA ELLIS KIM ELLIS KAREN EMERY SIMONE ENGE SANDY ENGEBRETSON LINDA ENGLEBRY CLAUDIA ENNIS
SUSAN ENNIS ELLEN EPSTEIN AUDREY ERLIECH WILLIAM EROH BILL EVANS TIM FAIRCHILD GARY FAMILIAN
LOUIS FARRELL DENNY EEDERIVIAN BARBARA EELDIVIAN IRFDFRICK EEVIRHAKE BRENDA FIELDS KENNETH FIELDS ROBERY FIELDS
ALLAN FIERSTEIN DANNY FIERSTEIN LORRAIN FINK RAY FISHER SUSAN FISHER JIM FLEIVIING JOHN FLIEGE
BOB FLINT DON FLUKE JANET FORINASH DON FORREST NICHOLAS FOTINE BILL FOX CHARLES FOX
LINDA FOX ANNE FRANCE OLIVIA FRANCO STUART FRAKER MARTIN FRANK MYRON FRANK JUDITH FRANZWA
SAUL FREEDMAN WAYNE FREIMAN CAROL FRIEDLANDER FREDERICK FRIEDMAN HAROLD FRIEDMAN PHYLLIS FRYZER HELEN FULCHER
CAROLE FURTH JANET GALASSO LINDA GARBER LORE GARRETI CHUCK GATES GORDON GEBERT JR. EUGENE GEHRKE
SUE GELBERT HAROLD GELFAND RICHARD GERSTON BARRY GERTZ SALLY GESAS LORRAINE GETCHELL SHARON GIBBS
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BRIAN GILBERT JERRY GILBERT
SAMURAI PROM COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
FIRST ROW-L. Suerdieck, G. Martin, P. Cook, M. LebowiIz. SECOND
ROW-B. Evans, D. SIuman.
PENNY GILLAND FELLY GIORGIANNI
MARK GITTER SHIRLEY GJELSVIK HARLEY GLECKMAN MILT GOLD ARLENE GOLDENBERG JERRY GOLDSTEIN MARY ANN GONNELLA
MAURICE GONZALES YOLANDA GONZALES ALAN GOODMAN PAT GOODMAN STEPHEN GOODMAN RICHARD GOVENAR BRUCE GOYN
CAROLINE GRAHAM GARY GRAHAM OARYL GREEN JACK GREEN ROBERT GREENE JOHN GREENFIELD SUSAN GREER
NIARGIE GRESHAM TOM GRESHKO NORMA GRODY LAWRENCE GROSBERG JIM GROSS BRIAN GROVES KEN GULKO
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STEPHEN HALPERN CHUCK HAMMEL JIM HAMSON CAROL HANSEN DIANE HARRIS EVAN HARRIS SANDY HARRIS
CAROL HARRISON DALE HARRISON DICK HARRISON BILL HART ANDI HARTLEY DUANE HAWKER GWENYTH HAWLEY
TIM HAYES WAYNE HAZELHURST JOHN HEBNER SEVERT HEGLAND SUE HELFMAN GENE HELGESON BRIAN HELLER
MADELINE HENKEL JIM HENNESSY KEN HENRY JAMEE HENSON VALLI HERRING DIANE HESS ELAINE HEYN
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BONNIE HICKERSON BOB HICKS CONNIE HICKSON JIM HIGGINS JOANNE HILJUS PATRICIA HINTON JUDY HOLMES
JEAN KAMPF GEORGIA KANDER KAY KANEL NAOMI KANTZER DENNIS KAY STACY KEACH CAROL KELLER
LARRY KELLER JANE KELSCH JUDITH KELSCH SHERRY KEMERY DIANNE KEMPER JOHN KENNEDY BARBARA KENTON
BILL KERR JOANIE KERSTEIN JUDITH KESSLER DAVID KING RICHARD KINNETI STEVE KINSEY ELIZABETH KIRSANOFF
DON KLEIDOSTY MARTY KLEIN VERNE KLINE MICHAEL KLINGER PATRICIA KNOX KATHY KNUDSON JOHN KULEDA
ELAINE KOPASKA JANET KOPPENHAFER
SAMURAI CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE
KNEELING-D. Houstmon, .I. Osirode, G. McMosIer. FIRST ROW--D. Boyer,
D. Silveru, J. Welden, R. Maior, N. Jewell, B. Weissman, A. Weiser, B. Wilks.
SECOND ROW-G. Helgeson, G. Pafierson, J. Gilberi, R. Govenor, B. Fields,
S. Cubberly, C. Ennis.
KATHLEEN KRAMARCZYK DENNIS KRAMER
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PHYLLIS LAPERUTO MIKE LaPORTE LINDA LAPP RUTH LARSON GINNY LaRUE BOBBIE LASCKO DON LASDON
MICHAEL LAWLER LINDA LEAVITT MARTIN LEBOWITZ PEGGY LEE ROBERT LEE RICHARD LeGASSICK JERRY LEIKWOLD
MICHAEL LEMKE BOB LEMMA RICHARD LEON CHUCK LEOPOLD IANICE LERNER ANITA LEVY MICHEL LEVY
NEIL LEWIS RON LEWIS LEW LINDEGREN NANCY LINDEGREN LOWELL LINDSAY ROBERT LINGARD KRISTIN LIVESAY
CHAROLENE LOLLIER IOANNE LOVE BILL LUCAS PATRICIA LUSK CHARLOTTE LUTHIGER LINDA LYTLE DANIEL,MacKINNON
SAMURAI SONG AND MOTTO COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-J. Couller, S. McEIhinney, B. Hickerson. SECOND
ROW-M. Mallaf, R. Inglima. THIRD ROW-R. Soggese, J.
Warren, M. Nielson, P. Sappenfield. FOURTH ROW-B. Wilks,
L. Sampson. STANDING-J. Peskefl, R. Larson, D. Green, M.
Klinger, P. Palmer, T. Burnham, S. Gesas, J. Bradley, D. Silvera.
SAM IIRAI FAR IQW l'lLL SONG
Sung to Sayonarei
Sayonara, farewell Sarrzurail
Summer Q59 Class
Leaving Van Nuys High.
Proud are we to belong
To a elass so mighty.
Through the years theyill recall
Sayonara, farewell Van Nuys High!
Samurai now leave you,
Fonclly wave good-bye.
Nevermore will we see
Many' friends we leave here,
But the 'menfries we share
Cannot ever die.
Sayonara, Sayonara, Good-bye!
Our Best Tooloy for
SAMURAI SWEATER COMMITTEE
L. Suerdieck, T. Smilh, P. Zuber.
SAMURAI RECOGNITION DAY COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-P. Powers, S. Weiss. SECOND ROW-D. Smilh, E. Bybee,
N. Jewell, N. Jobes, N. Arps, K. Suprenanl, P. Wiley, J. Turner. THIRD
ROW-K. Clark, L. Wrighl, P. Zuber, M. Alexandre, J. Kompf, C.
Lollier, R. Maior, M. Mother. FOURTH ROW-5. Kinsey, M. Lebowilz,
G. Pallerson, T. Smith, K. Weedin, S, Keach, D. Sluman, S. Brinkman,
SUZANNE MENGEL BOB MERCER DICK METZ DOUG MEYER ERIC MEZGER DOT MILES DEANNA MILLER
JOY MILLER LES MISSKELLEY STEPHEN MONSON CHARLES MOORE PAT MORAN BOB MOREY JIM MORGAN
EVELINE MORRIS JIM MORRIS LYNN MORRIS ROBERT MORRISON SANDI MORRISON RICHARD MORTON BOB MOSTOVOY
MARY MOURITSEN ELIZABETH MUMMEY CAROLE MURRAY JULIA MURRAY RICK MYER BONITA NAGY BARBARA NATELBORG
JOAN NELSON DONNA NESSLER JOANNE NEWCOMB MICKI NIELSEN SHEILA NIESEN MIKE NOBLE GINNY NOFZ
BRYNA NORDORF TROY NORLANDER DAVE NOVROS NANCY NY CAROL OLSON MILLARD OLSEN JAN ORR
RON DRUM LARRY DSBORNE
SAMURAI CANDLELIGHT SUPPER COMMITTEE
KNEELING I-D. Boyer, A. McClay, G. Hawley, N. Kcmlzer, J. Koleda
KNEELING II-M. Ciufo, R. Wasserman, S. Sloecker, D. Ryan, T. Smilh, S.
Keach. FIRST ROW-A. Weiser, S. Sfukey, P. LaPeruIo, J. Bowman, E. Heyn
P. Powers, S. McEIhinney, S. Archer, B. Dempwolf. SECOND ROW-N,
Jewell, B. Fields, G. Kander, B. Heller, J. Temkin, R. Andersen, R. Berman,
S. Allebery, M. MacQuoid, B. Tinsman, S. Mozner, D. Sluman, B. Weissman. JILL OSTRQDE DENIS 0'SULl-IVAN
JIM OSWALD PAUL OVERLDCK LYLE PACK PATTI PALLY JUDITH PALMATEER PENNY PALMER THOMAS PALMER
ALLAN PARA DENNIS PARCELLS MIKE PARKER GARY PATTERSON RICHARD PAVLICK IUDEE PEASE SUSAN PECK
HELEN PENN GARY PENNDCK DON PEPIOT CHARLES PERRY PATRICIA PERRY JERRY PESKETT RON PESKIN
BRUCE PETERIK MARGIE PETERS JANET PEEIEFER HUGH PIERCE RICK PIERCE KEN PLOTIN JUDITH PLUMMER
DAVE POLLACK MOIRA POWERS MIKE PRAISWATER IUDITH PRANGE DON PRENDERGAST ESTELLE PREVATTE TIM PRIVAL
SUSAN RABINOWITZ EMIL RADU DAVID RAMOS EILEEN RANDALL SABINA RANKELL HOWARD RASCH ARLINE REA
HAYDEN REECE DOUG REHUREK LONNIE REID VALERIE REID BARBEE REINHOLD RICHARD REIS RON REIS
FRANK REVELES ALBERT REYMANN MARILYN RICHEY MICHAEL RICHMAN ANN RINALDO GILDA RIVETTI DAN ROBERTS
MIKE ROGERS KATHLEEN ROMINGER FRANCINE RONAN DENISE SUSAN ROSE CAROLE ROSEN PHIL ROSENBERG HARVEY ROSENTHAL
MIKE ROSIN TIM ROSLAN ANN ROSS DAVE ROSSI RAY ROSSI ROSEMARIE ROSSIE MARY JANE ROSSITER
ROBERT ROTH TERRY ROTH DOROTHY RUDRUD SALLY RUSSO
SANDY RYAN LORRAINE RYCHIL DAVID SACKS ROSEIVIARIE SAGGESE TERRY SALE ANDREW SAIVIELSON LOIS SAMPSON
DIANE SANDE NANCY SANDERS SHIRLEY SANDQUIST KAREN SANDLIN LOIS SANTELLANO PAT SAPPENFIELD SHARON LEE SCARPA
EDWARD SCHACKMAN TOM SCHINDELE DOROTHEA SCHIRO STEVE SCHLOSSER BEVERLY SCHNEIDER SUE SCHNEIDER IRWIN SCHNYDER
BOB SCHOENBURG JAMES SCHORI
BILL SCHRADER DOROTHY SCHULTZ
SAMURAI ACTIVITY DAY COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-R. Berman, M. Ciufo, B. Boyer, L. Suerdieck,
C. Cheng, B. Weissman, N. Jewell, A. Weiser. SECOND ROW-
J. Temkin, J. Meleo, A. Syfrig, S. Svikovsky, P. Powers, S. Mc-
Elhinney, R. Govenor, B. Fields, E. Bybee. THIRD ROW-D.
Harrison, M. Klinger, T. Smith, R. Andersen, B. Heller, S. Kecch,
K. CILARK. MENGLE, N. JENVELLJ S. STEVENS
LIVE IT III' TO THE DISGUST OF CARHART.
L. BERLINER, B, SCHOENBERS, AND B. BROMBERG
MADE UP THE NAIROBI TRIO.
P. PALMER, AND AMOS LOOK ADORINGLY AT R.
PIERCE AND D. XNASHBROOK.
RAE DEAN SCHULTZ DIANE SCHUMER JERRY scHwARTz SALLY SCHWARTZ JACK SCHWELLA GINGER SCIORTINO JUDY SCOGGINS
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DARCY SCOTT HENRY SCOVIS ANNA SCUDIERI SHIRLEY SEDICK JAY SEIDEMANN RONALD SEIFERT CINDY SEITZ
BARBARA ANN SEWALD PHYLLIS SHADROW MYRNA SHAFRAN STUART SHANDLE JUDY SHANE LENNY SHANTZER PAUL SHAPIRO
FAE SHAW RONALD SHAW JUDY SHELLEY PETE SHOTWELL MARGIE SHROCK JOEL SHULMAN KENNETH SILBERT
DARILYN SILVERA HOWARD SIMON BARBARA SIMONDS DEAN SIRVIN LORRAINE SITZER SUZIE SLATTERY JACKIE SLOCUM
any 5 ' 'P
ROCHELLE SMALL MIKE SMATHERS SUE SMEAD STAN SMEDBERG DIANE SMITH LAWRENCE SMITH MICHAEL SMITH
PAMELA SMITH RICHARD SMITH SANDRA SMITH TERRY SMITH ROGER SNYDER JEFF SOBEL MARK SOLLENBERGER
LARRY SONSINI BOB SORENSEN RICK SPAMPINATO PAT SPICER GARY SPRADLIN KAREN SPIEGEL JUDITH STAGE
JUDY STAINES NANCY STAMPS BRUCE STANLEY LYNN STEGMAIR REVA STEIN SHERRI STEPHENS LYNN STETSON
GARY STEVEN IRIS STEVENS MICHELE STEWARD LOUISE STHILES ARCHIE STICKEL DIANE STIEGLER STEVE STOECKER
BILL STONE SANDI STREEPY SHARON STUKEY DOUG STUMAN KARLINE SUERDIECK JACKIE SUESS ROBERT SUMOSKI
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KATHRYN SUPRENANT ALICIA SUSMAN EDWARD SUTTON STEVEN SVIKOVSKY NOLA SWAN SYDNEY SWANEY TIMOTHY SWANSON
BARBARA SWEET ANNE SYFRIG JACOUELINE TABB LEN TARTALIA JOEL TATOR BARRY TAUBKIN ANTHONY TAY'-OR
DENNIS TAYLOR JOHN TAYLOR JUDITH TEMKIN HUGH TERRELL NANCY THIELMAN JUDITH THOMBS LOUIS THOMPSON
RICK THORNTON BRIAN TIEP CAROLYN TIMMSEN BILL TINSMAN JOANN TIPTON JOHN TONGISH SHARON TOOHEY
ROGER TRUEMAN DUKE TSCHANTRE PHYLLIS TUCKER JACOULYN TURNER SUSAN UTT IVAN VANCE DIANNE VAN WINKLE
LOUANNA VARIAN DOLORES VINCENT RICHARD WACTLER JERRY WADE BILL WALCH SUE WALLEY ROBERT WALLICHS
MARK WARD JOYCE WARREN ROGER WASSERMAN MARILYN WATKINS ROBERT WEAVER KIRBY WEEOIN DAVE WEIBLE
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FRIEDRICH WINTER WILFORD WINTER MARGIE WINTZ NORMAN WISWELL HARRIETT WITI ALLEN WOLF IANICE WOLFE
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RECOGNITION DAY ,,,A ........ N ovember
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SENIOR "B" PROM ..,a,,...... I E..,aaa January
DEDICATION OF SENIOR LAWN ..... . .,I. .february
ACTIVITY DAY .,,a aYaaa....,..Y, M arch
ALL NIGHT PARTY
I4 CANDLELIGHT SUPPER
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CHARLES WRIGHT LYNNE WRIGHT MARC YASSKIN DARYL YENTIS RUSSELL YOOER BILL YONKIN
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GIRLS' DRILL TEAM
FIRST ROW-M. Gonder, S. Knapp. SECOND ROW- S. Baird, P. Spicer, L. Dassin, T. Sindoni, J. Lincoln, J. Furbass, J. Cook, J. Moskal
P. Myers, J. Shane, N. Wilkinson. THIRD ROW-S. Toohey, J. Kerslein, S. Brecht, C. Chapnick, C. Rowley, M. Oeland, C. King, D. Friaglia
B. Mezo, L. Garson, B. Bell, A. Jones. FOURTH ROW-L. Stetson, B. Wire, M. Lockheed, J. Johns, M. Brock, H. Ehrlich, J. Kampf, S. Will, J
Biehl, J. Bradley, D. Smith, M. Davison, E. Kronmal. FIFTH ROW-A. Freedman, A. Mango, M. Templeton, P. Nicholson, M. O'Sullivan, J. Jean
plong, P. Pintarell, M. Lichtenstein, P. Cook, S. Young, J. Chamberlain, N. Winneguth, M. Ferman, D. VanWinkle, B. Coulter, J. Anderson
SIXTH ROW- K. Jensen, D. Funk, A. Weiser, M. White, B. Taft, J. Colin, R. Stollmeyer, J. Ennis, D. Roberts, S. Nolte, J. Welden, C. Kiningham
M. Rickey, D. Roberts, A. Shelford. SEVENTH ROW-N. Svikhart, D. Hess, S. Wapnick, M. Hendler, C. Jones, S. Marchetti, J. Slocum, N. Thiel
man, M. Mather, L. Noble, C. Bailey, B. Bush, H. Hoffman, C. Jones, K. Jones, T. Brindle.
FIRST ROW-M. Oaley, J. Hamson, B. Walch, J. Knapp, T. Dawson, N. DeFronzo, B. Nardi, B. Stone, M. Lawler, M. Haimovitz, S. Halpern, J
Weill, R. Roberts, A. Fridley, T. Thomas, S. Keach, D. Rawson, D. Cheng. SECOND ROW-N. Luslig, D. Harrison, B. Hicks, T. Ely, R. Reis, B
Lively, M. Lebowitz, J. Bloom, L. Medall, G. Newbauer, D. Agins, M. Going, J. Mercer, J. Kanter, R. Andersen, G. Patterson, C. Cheng, A. Fier-
stein. THIRD ROW-D. Jones, S. Geber, M. MacQuoid, J. Kennedy, M. Mahr, B. Evans, B. Groves, M. Klinger, T. Dahle, J. Lawhead, J. Chandler,
D. Horowitz, J. Mawer, R. Young, S, Klann, R. Govenar, B. Gilbert, S. Haimovitz, T. Smith, R. Roberts. FOURTH ROW-L. Kreueger, M. Huston,
J. Meleo, D. Meyer, R. Westerfield, J. Shulman, M. Richman, L. Drabin, D. Stuman, E. Mezger, S. Hooper, J. Anderson, J. Gilbert, 5. Pots,
L. Farrell, A. Cushnie, L. Graham, C. Doll, P. Janssen, D. O'Halloran, A. Shapiro, B. Nownes, G. Dugar, T. Crowder, B. Heller, B. Mostovoy.
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CAROLXN CROXTON MICRI NIELSFN SANDS SMITH
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ROW ONE-C. Johnson, D. Hill, J. Helfer, J. Ambro, B. Winton, D. Kemp, T. Garner, L. Sonsini, S. Ordowoy, B. Luke, N. De Fronzo, E. Houstmon. ROW TWO
R LeGossick, S. Shondle, J. Honberger, R. Hudok, D. MocKinziel, D. Perkins, D. Norvos, S. Hooper, E. Coleman, J. Honberger, C. Eastman, M. Cook. ROW
THREE-J. Carr, M. McNeill, S. Brinkman, D. Stumon, M. Pcrder, A. Polocios, G. Lantz, J. Sullivan, A. Appleton, P. Murphy, B. Mostovoy. ROW FOUR--T. Jones
J Eike, J. Ed Vere, G. Worthington, E. Johnson, M. Mitchell, F. Roberts, B. Satterfield, J. Wolf, R. Roberts, C. Anderson, L. Meredith, G. Williams, ROW FIVE
B Stone, B. Holly, E. Rubono, W. Gilpin, J. Bloom, B. Choldu, D. Aglns. IM gdawifdfg nu, . .
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VAN NUYS 6-NORTH HOLLYWOOD -ll
Opening the Valley League season on Smith Field the
potentially powerful Van Nuys eleven was rudely dumped
by North Hollywood. Husky runners broke through the Van
Nuys defenses for several long runs good for touchdowns.
The North Hollywood fullback, Nick McLean, piled up an
amazing 246 yards rushing as the Huskies stole the show.
Despite the uneven score Van Nuys' offense piled up a lot
of yardage but just couldn't seem to make it into the end
zone. Rocky Hudak, an eleventh grader, scored the only
touchdown for Van Nuys, and Glen Randall seemed to be
picking up where he left off at the end of last year by gain-
ing 91 yards on the ground.
VAN NUYS 7 - CANOGA 13
Entering the Canoga Park game looking for their first
win Van Nuys appeared to be on the way when the game
slowed down to good defensive play with the score 7-6.
Canoga Park scored the winning touchdown after a rough-
ing-the-kicker penalty against Van Nuys gave the Hunters
a first down. Mike McNeill scored the only touchdown for
Van Nuys after a long pass play to Rich LeGassick moved
the ball close to the Hunter goal line. The Wolf defense was
considerably improved especially along the forward wall,
where guard Nick DeFronzo played a great game of ball,
and in the backfield where McNeill and Bob Stevenson
played a fine game.
A VVOLF Moves IN FoR THE TACKLE
MCNEILL vsias THE oLD STRAIGHT-ARM
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VAN NUYS 511 5 MONROE 18
After losing their first three games. the Van Nuys Var-
sity took theiriwrath out on an inexperienced but fighting
lklonroe High School eleven in the first meeting between
the two schools. The YVolves met little defense from the Vik-
ings and racked up eight touchdowns in the rout. Bob
Chaldu kicked six straight conversions before missing the
last two. and YVolf quarterback Larry Sonsini passed for
170 yards. The Vikings scored their last touchdown in the
waning moments of the game. They displayed a pretty fair
offense for a first year school and have a fine athletic
VAN NUYS 25 f SAN FERNANDO 25
Following their lopsided victory over Monroe. Van Nuys
travelled to San Fernando where they found the Tigers
ready and waiting for them. By half-time Van Nuys found
themselves on the short end of an 18-7 score. Fighting
hard, the Wolves came back to knot the final score at 25 to
25. Van Nuys quarterback Jolly Carr threw for 255 yards,
most of which came in the second half of the game. Jim
Knapp, tenth grade end, picked off three passes for 155
yards and two touchdowns-one of which covered eighty
yards. Mike McNeill scored two touchdowns. and Don Gil-
pin played a good defensive game.
VAN NUYS 7 -RESEDA 26
When the Wolves hosted Reseda at Smith Field they
found the Regents rugged company. and dropped the hard-
est fought game of the year. The Regents looked every bit
the league champions that they were as they completely
contained the Van Nuys offense throughout the game. Dur-
ing the first half, the Wlolves. though unable to score. held
Reseda to just one touchdown. but after the half Reseda
began to pull away. The Regents threw Yan Nuys for a
minus 21 yards rushing for the game while allowing the
W'olves 87 yards through the air.
VAN NUYS 41 f POLY 13
After their rugged ganie with Reseda. the Violves inet
Polytechnic at Smith Field. for the two-year-old school's
first gaine. The lYolyes had little trouble with the Parrots as
they ground out yardage that led to the lopsided score. Duke
Tschantre w as the leading ground gainer for Yan Nuys. and
his total of 115 yards running was high for the year. Bob
Cfhaldu again saw plenty of action kicking extra points. Nick
lie Fronzo. llill l.ake and Hill Stone played a good ganie
along the line. The entire teain deserved credit for the vic-
VAN NUYS tt lilRMlNtlll.XNl 11
linteiiug the gauie tleteruiiuetl to keep liirininghain
Iiolu heating theiu lor the Iirst tune in their four years of
eoinpelition the lN'olf pieskinuers nent down to defeat It
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was a hitter, hard fought gauie with lots of desire shown by
liollt teaius, hut Yan Nuys was unalmle to inateh Birniing-
h.uu's two touehtlowus. Duke 'l'sehantre was again the
Nolte s leading ground gautier. llespile the line play of the
Wolves, including liuenien Nick Ile Frouzo, Bill l.ake..and
liaeks Mike McNeill and llolm Stevenson. the llraves sue-
ceetletl in defeating Van Nuys for the first tinie.
ROW ONE-J. Webster, B. Anlis, E. Cooper, T. Everls, S. Kovner, R. Thornton, D. Calabria, S. Felman, L. Culler, A. Stickle, G. Woodall, J. Mark'
man. ROW TWO-D. Slemp, C. Barton, S. Leo, J. Donalani, W. Jensen, L. Medall, G. Parsley, A. Fridley, M. Ley, D. Skelton, N. Lustig. ROW THREE-
K. Evanoff, L. Cass, G. Harkey, D. Schumacker, T. Alexander, D. Fierslein, B. Groves, J. Wagner, D. Kralofil, F. Bullock, A. Hand, J. Bihary, G.
Cowell. ROW FOUR-J. Cuifo, S. Lawrence, A. Martin, D. Keasby, B. Burns, J. Kennedy, D. Berg, G. Liddle, J. Cusanovich, T. Cwyana, B. Dribben,
G. Rein, J. Hamson, R. Slroh. ROW FIVE-M. Miller, F. LeGassick, A. Bugg, J. Sl. John, M. Bond, E. Ratowitz, D. McComb, L. Prettyman. ROW SIX-
M. Miller, R. Raridon, M. Shanl, J. Winter, J. Kcnler.
. . . nsung Heroism . . .
Coaches Len Crteg and Al Gaber did a commendable job
in their first outings as football coaches at Van Nuys. Their
fine handling of the Wolfpups carried them to fourth place in
a league populated by powerful Bee teams.
Competition for starting spots in the line-up was very
tough. As the season got under way, the boys who landed start-
ing positions on the line were Art Hand, center, Tom Ely and
Myron Miller, offensive guards: Les Cutler, defensive guardg
Steve Knight and Lonnie Cass, offensive tacklesg Gil Parsley
and Alan Fridley, defensive tacklesg Charles Barton and Rick
Thornton, offensive ends, Don Phillips and Les Medall, de-
fensive endsg and Stu Felman and Gene Harkey, defensive
linebackers. At the beginning of the season, thc starting back-
field combination consisted of Archie Stickle at quarterback,
Gil Woodall and Mike Miller, halfbacks, and Art Bugg, at the
fullback spot. However, as the season progressed, Stickle was
switched to halfback, and Steve Kovner came in at quarter-
Due to the enlargement of the league, only one practice
game could be scheduled. In this contest, the Wolfpups showed
a hint of things to come as they launched a ground attack
that beat South Gate, 13-6. In the league opener with North
Hollywood the team continued their devastating ground at-
tack as they drubbed the arch-rival squad, '20-6. A week later
the squad bowed to Canoga Park. 0-6. The VVolfpups bounced
back as Stickle, hitting paydirt three times. led the team to a
20-6 victory over Monroe. In a close and hard fought game,
the Bees ended up on the strong side of a 6-0 score against San
Fernando, as quarterback Kovner sneaked across for the only
score of the game. The squad then faced the league champs,
and although the YVolfpups won the statistics battle, the
powerful Regents managed to come out with a 1-L-0 victory.
Seeking revenge, the Bees stomped Poly, ll-0. In the finale,
the team bowed to a strong Birmingham squad, 0-6, ending
a successful season with a record of five wins and three losses.
Once again, the Annual Football Banquet was held at the
McKinley Home for Boys. Receiving the award for the Most
Valuable Player on the team was Archie Stickle, who. because
he racked up a total of over 1000 yards on offense, was also
named the Most Valuable Back. The Most Valuable Line-
man trophy went to Les Cutler. Gil Wfoodall received the
Most Inspirational Player award, and Bob Dribben was named
the Most Improved Player. Recipient of the R.O.T.C. award
for scholarship. leadership, and athletic ability, was Art Hand.
Further honors were bestowed upon Stickle and Cutler when
they were named to the All-Valley First Team.
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. . . Determination
JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
Paced by the brilliant running of Jimmy Weill, Van
Nuys junior Varsity leather-lungers rolled to a first
place finish in Valley League dual meet competition.
Under the guidance of Coach Jim McConnaughy,
the squad started the season off by whipping rival
North Hollywood, 2-1-35. After beating Canoga Park
by a score of 2-1-31, they suffered their only defeat of
the season, when they lost by one point to Monroe, 28-
27. Victory returned, as the squad won their last four
meets in a row. First to fall was San Fernando, losing
24-31. Then came Reseda, 26-29, followed by Poly,
18-11-2, and finally Birmingham, 15-68.
Post season competition was highlighted by the
performance of Weill, whose first place finish led the
team to a first place victory in the League hnals. Weill
also placed second in the City Finals.
SEATED-JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY
KNEELING-J. Weill, R. Roberts, R. Peter, M. Hoimovitz, S. Trout-
man, G. Newbauer. STANDING-B. Gordon, R. Crawford, S. Bodner,
J Lawhead, S. Geber, J. Bennaton, H. Levitt.
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
Varsity Cross Country competition in the
Valley League was extremely keen this year.
Although full of determination, the team
could not keep up with the pace set by some
of the other squads. Workouts began early.
as Coach Jim McConnaughy prepared the
runners for the grueling 1.8 mile event.
The first meet of the season was held with
North Hollywood, and the arch-rival squad
came out the victor, 23-40. The team's next
opponent, Canoga Park, won by a close score,
26-29. Monroe, next on the schedule, for-
feited. This was followed by losses to San
Fernando, 38-20, Reseda, 63-16, and Poly,
-12-43. The last meet of the season was the
most heartbreaking, as the squad lost by only
one point to Birmingham, 29-28.
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10TH GRADE CROSS COUNTRY
Fine running by tenth graders Brad Troutman
and Jon Lawhead brought the Tenth Grade Team no
higher than fifth place in the League standings. Run-
ning in the meets gave the boys valuable experience,
and it would be wise to watch these boys carry the
Crimson and Cray through two more seasons of cross
The season,s meets started off on a happy note,
as the squad soundly drubbed North Hollywood, 20-
48. The shoe was reversed as the team absorbed four
beatings in a row, as follows: Van Nuys 63, Canoga
Park 15, Van Nuys 37, Monroe 18, Van Nuys 77, San
Fernando 15, and Van Nuys 53, Reseda 15. Poly pro-
vided the next victory, with the tenth graders coming
out on,the.winning end of a 26-29 score. The season
ended with the squad bowing to Birmingham, 32-23.
TENTH GRADE CROSS-COUNTRY
SEATED-M. Terry, L. Silver, M. Ootey, J. Merchant, B. Stewart
STANDING-S. Frank, R. Ramsey, J. Sheridan, A. Strausser, P Sump
son, R. Dilley, R. lefko.
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. . . Accuracy on
Boasting the highest scoring teain in the league.
the Van Nuys Varsity cageinen canie through in fine
form, as they placed second in Valley League play and
went on to the City Playoffs. Their fine playing was
indicatiye of the instruction they received from Coach
jiin Mercer. who is in his fourth year as Yarsity Bas-
ketball coach at Yan Nuys.
Top flight players led the teain at eyeiy position.
The forwards were Gail Johnson. Jack Bleleo. and
Phil Alexander, The two fine centers were Jack
Hirsch and Louis Farrel. At the guard spots were
Gary Grahain. Steye Marpet. and Chuck Leopold.
ln their first game, the Lobos lost to the charnpion-
ship North Hollywood teain. After winning two. they
lost to a strong squad fronr San Fernando. The teain
then went on to win ten in a row in league play. ln
the City Playoffs they slaughtered a tearn frorn Blar-
shall hefore being stopped hy the Frernont teani which
went on to take the Gity Championship.
lYhen the All-Valley 'lleani was announced at the
end of the season. -lack Hirsch. the leaeue's leading
scorer with a 20.2 average. was named Player of the
Year. With hirn on the First Teanr was Gail Johnson.
while Gary' Graham was nanred to the Second Teain.
At the Annual llaskethall Banquet. Hirsch re-
reiyetl the trophy for the hlost Xvllllldlilt' Player. Jollll-
son was nanred the Most lnspirational Player. and
,lack Meleo. the Most lrnproyed Player. Gary Gra-
harn was awarded the Lfaptairfs Tropliy.
filllIlLlXlllQj, the post-season awards was the naming
of the All-City 'l'earn. When llirseh was nained Go-
Player of the Year. it was the first tirne any player
Iironr the Valley League had lween so honored. For his
line play. llolrnson reeeixed a herth on the third ltxlllll.
CHALK UP Two MORE FoR HIRSCH
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VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
Van Nuys 50, 50 ..............,. North Hollywood 52
Van Nuys 64, 77 .,.... ............ C anoga Park 58
Van Nuys 72, 79 ..... ................. M onroe 33 MWIQ5 f ,
Van Nuys 46, 73 ..... ..... S an Fernando 47 ,,,,, .m1""' qw O- h 7
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van Nuys 78, 77 ,.,, A.........,,,., P Oly 45 4 1
Van Nuys 72, 70 ..... ..... B irrningham 38 I f 4 0 5 7:
Van Nuys 82 .. ..... Marshall 53 Q 5 ku.. y
Van Nuys 60 ...... Fremont 66 KJ W H? Z
KNEELING-S. Marpel, D. Harrison, J. Meleo, G. Graham, E. Harris, D. Rawson, C. Leopold. STANDING-Coach Mercer, B. Nownes, J. Hirsch, P. A
der, L. Farrell, G. Johnson, D. O'HaIIoran, G. Steven.
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Again this year Coach Jim Mercer came up with a fine Junior Varsity
Basketball team. For the second straight year the Wolx'es took the Champion-
ship. The fine play Of all the boys, including the reserves. and the invaluable
coaching of Mr. MC1'CCf were responsible for this very successful season. The
lNOlves ran up against some very rugged competition but came through with
a record of thirteen wins and one loss, which came from the first game
with Canoga Park. The Junior Varsity games were always exciting. Some
of the games were pulled out of the fire at the last moment, as was the Reseda
tussle in the second round of play.
At the Annual Basketball Awards Banquet held at McKinley Home for
Boys, the fellows got their just rewards. Recognition in the form of letters
and trophies was awarded to the hard-working boys. Cary Doll received the
Most Valuable Player Award, Alan Cushnie was awarded the Captain's
Trophy, and the Most Improved Player was Bill Mead. Cary Doll and Steve
Haimovitz were selected for the First Team All-Valley.
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KNEELING-Coach Mercer, D. Swartz, B. Mead, S. Rosen. STANDING--T. Title, A. Cushnie, C.
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Coach Barney Quinn and his Bee Basketball
Team found the Valley League rugged this year.
and had to fight hard and long to come out at the
end of the season with a record ol' seven wins and
seven losses. Playing first-rate ball for the Lobo
smallmen this year were Steve Ader, Steve Hart-
sook, Larry Kreueger and Mike Huston. Steve Ader
was selected for a position on the Second Team
All-Valley by the Bee Basketball couches ol' the
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FIRST ROW-M. Busche, L. Kreueger, M. Lebowitz, I. Medall, R. Pavlick
SECOND ROW-S. Hartsook, B. Whyle, S. Acler, W. Lewis, M. Huston
This year's edition of the Cee Basketball team
from Van Nuys was truly a fine one. The team,
under Coach Barney Quinn, progressed rapidly
and turned in a fine record, Sparked by Steve
Klann, Ben Graham, Jim Mercer, Todd Morgan,
Mel Williams and Jack Mawer, the mighty mites
mowed down all competition in both rounds of the
league, except for one loss to Reseda. This was the
only blemish on their fine thirteen wins and one
loss record, which netted them the League Cham-
pionship. For their fine efforts, Ben Graham and
Steve Klann were placed on the First Team of
the All Valley Cee players and Ben was selected
flee Player of the Year.
FIRST ROW-J. Henriksen, R. Leydsman, D. Boyles, C. Quinn, B. Keroplan
D. Skersick, R. del Moral. SECOND ROW-S. Klann, C. Pacheco M
Williams, J. Mower, T. Morgan, T. Thomas, J. Mercer, B. Graham.
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Janes, W. Winter, M. Busch, V. Kline, D. Perkins, M. Rosin, J. Honberger, S. Bodner, F. Bullock, B. Mead, B. Kingsbury, D. Harrison. STANDING-
M. Cook, S. Monson, D. Rawson, E. Mezger, A. Cushnie, J. Honberger, J. Adams, B. Lake, D. Jones, J. Hebner, D, Kemp, L. LeRoy, T. Dahle.
. . . Strength and gilit
Coach Jim Mercer looked -forward to another successful
year with the Varsity Track Team. Being a member school
of the largest league in the city meant that Van Nuys would
face a lot of fine competition. Mr. Mercer felt that he had
a group of boys capable of topping all comers.
In the running events, Mike Haimovitz sprinted the 440,
Bill Nardi the 880, Eric Mezger and Dale Harrison puffed
the mile, Gail Johnson ran the high hurdles, John Ambro the
lows, and eleventh grade flash Joe Guth handled the century
and 220. In the field events John Hebner put the shot, Jim
Honberger broad jumped, Jack Schwella and Kirby Wcedin
were two fine pole vaulters, and Lou Farrell and Weedin took
:are of the high jumping.
With Reseda's Fine track team from last year returning
almost intact, they were a pretty sure bet to take the Valley
League championship, but a real battle royal was waged for
second place between Van Nuys and North Hollywood.
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Due to the large size of the league. the Canoga Park relays
were dropped this year. Wfith the addition of Poly. Cleveland
and Monroe. the Valley League swelled to eight teams. This
meant the boys went into league competition without any
experience, because there were no practice meets either. To
get all the meets into the allotted time Van Nuys had triangular
meets this year. Another innovation was the night track meet
under the lights at Los Angeles Valley Junior College.
Winding up the season in second place. from their
scores the Wolves climaxed a successful season. Their
scores were: Van Nuys 55. North Hollywood 49: Yan Nuys
55, Canoga Park 491 Van Nuys 205. Reseda 8326: Van Nuys
86. Birmingham 18: Van Nuys 6631. Poly 3714: Van Nuys
10-l, Cleveland 01 Van Nuys 83. Monroe 21: and Van
Nuys 63. San Fernando ll. 1
At the Valley League Finals held on Smith Field. the
Wfolyes nailed down third place.
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BEE TRACK SCORES
Van Nuys 77 ...... N. Hollywood 18
Van Nuys -18-5X6 ..Canoga Park 46-1f6
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Van Nuys 465
Van Nuys 48M
Van Nuys 63
Van Nuys 76
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With top performers returning from last year's team and others
coming up from the Cee squad, Coaches Jim Mercer and Len
Orteg prepared the squad for league action.
Sparking a top field of sprinters was Ron Reis, who occasionally
turned in better times than his varsity counterparts. Aiding him in
racking up points were Jasper Bryant, Fred Feuerhake and Norm
Lustig. Top 660 men were Larry Suerdieck and Chris Cooper: Skip
Troutman and Jon Lawhead led the 1320 held. Running the hurdles
were Greg Liddle, Niel Lewis and Deke Keasbey.
Pole vaulting above 11 feet were Don Kratolil. Denny Gelfand
and Kolman Hudosh. Putting the shot were Les Cutler aIId Jim
Markman, while Gelfand and Bill Lively stretched for extra inches
in the broad jump. High jumpers Greg Liddle, Rick Malin and
Robert Greene were consistently leaping heights on a par with their
With a great record of seven wins and one loss, the Bees took
second place in the league standings.
SEATED: J. Kremer, B. Lively, D. Gelfand, J. Bryant, R. Reis, D. Skelton, R. Margules, K. Hudosh, D. Kratofil, M. Bond. KNEELING-C. Pacheco, M. Blonsky,
L Silver, M. Levine, N. Lustig, F. Feuerhake, T. Argall, S. Geber, R. Greene, N. Lewis, L. Cutler, H. Levitt. STANDING-Coach Mercer, C. Cooper,
R Waswell, P. Liberman, B. Graham, J. Markman, G. Parsley, J. Cusanovich, G. Liddle, D. Berg, E. Sander, J. Lawhead, D. Keasbey, H. Berg, L.
Suerdleck, J. Bradley, S, Alcalay, J. Mercer, D. Wollman, R. Stewart.
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Van Nuys.+l9ff3 .,.... N. Hollywood 3695
Van Nuys 51 M ........ Canoga Park 3-IM
Van Nuys 57 .,,,,.,......... Monroe 29
Van Nuys 41 'Mr ...... San Fernando 44 yg
Van Nuys 51 .....,,..... Reseda 35
Van Nuys 4711 ...........1.......... Poly 38M
Van Nuys 63 ........ Birmingham 23
Van Nuys 74 ....., Cleveland 12
FIRST ROW-G. Abrams, B. Keropian, B. Burns, G. Goettelmann, S. Halpern, S. Gold, L. Mallach,
R. del Moral, H. Kay. SECOND ROW-S. Klann, P. Simpson, D. Dilley, T. Thomas, B. Taris, M. Terry,
M. Oatey, D. Christensen, J. Merchant, Coach Orteg. THIRD ROW-K. Buhrer, J. Webster, R.
Anderson, A. Fridley, D. Archer, D. Feirstein, D. Korb, J. Weil, R. Roberts.
Inspired by their fine instructors, Coaches Jim Mercer and Len
Orteg, the Cee tracksters turned in fine performances in their league
outings. Squad members spent long hours practicing in order to develop
their skills to the utmost.
Two fine sprinters on the team were Stan Gold and Larry Mallach.
Running the 660 were Tom Thomas and Gary Goettelmann. Breaking
records in the 1320 was Jimmy Weil, a great competitor. Leaping the
hurdles were Bill Burns and Don Cheng.
In the field events, Alan Fridley and Dave Archer put the shot,
while Dave Korb and Dennis Firestone led a line field of performers
in the pole vault. Bill Burns and Roger del Moral excelled in the
broad jump, and Steve Klann and Don Cheng were the top high
In league competition the Cees tied with North Hollywood for
first place with a record of seven wins and one loss. At the All-Valley
Meet, the team placed second.
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THE CEE 1320 RECORD rs SMASHED
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FIRST ROW--Mgr. K. Bigman, J. Kennedy, M. Miller, B. Mosfovoy, S. Felman, J. Barraza, B. Acella, Coach McConnaughy. SECOND ROW-J. Schultz,
D. Fluke, P. Shofwell, E. Harris, J. Handley, G. Graham, L. Vallario, T. Garner, G. Robinson, J. Shulman, M. Shofwell.
Van Nuys 2
Van Nuys 5
Van Nuys 1
Van Nuys 8
Van Nuys 1
Van Nuys 5
Van Nuys 4,
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San Fernando 3,
Canoga Park 2,
No. Hollywood O, 6
Spurred on by the strong hand of Coach Jim lVIcConnaughy, the
Varsity horsehiders set out to burn up the league. Star of the pitching staff
was Gary Graham, All-City pitcher last year. The other pitchers were Evan
Harris and Jim Schultz. Handling the hurlers were catchers John Kennedy.
Pete Shotwell, and Tom Garner. Playing first base were Graham and Harris.
The keystone combination consisted of Joel Shulman at shortstop and Jack
Handley at second base. Third sacker was Jess Barraza. Other infielders were
Mike Miller, Stu Felman, and Bob Acetta. Left and center fields were
handled by two-year veterans Don Fluke and Larry Vallario, respectively.
The right field position was handled by Mike Ley. Bolstering the outfield
were Gary Robinson and Mike Shotwell.
The league race was a tight one. and thc squad's record of ll wins. 4
losses and 1 tie earned them a high place in thc standings.
Sc IIULTZ, CTYRAHAM, AND HfXRRlS NVIND Ill' TO FIRE
SHULMAN FLlI'S THE BALL TO I'IANDLEY TO START A DOUBLE PLAY
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Coach Winston Tucker was responsible for the training and develop- BASEBALL SUORE5
ment of the Junior Varsity Baseball Team. Once again he did a superb
job of molding the boys into the traditionally line squad for which Van
Nuys is noted.
With over seventy-Eve boys trying to make the team, Coach Tucker
found it necessary to form platoons so that everybody would get a chance
to play. Batterymen included Jim Knapp, Don Calabria and Dennis
McComb, pitchersg and George Worthington, Mike Cohen and Robert
Christenson, catchers, Top flight first baseinen were Bob Spivak. Charles
Barton and Steve Kovner. At second were Bob Dribben, -IelI Miller and
Charles Leo. and at third base, the hot corner, were Iohn DeVere and
Nuys l5, 7 ...... San Fernando l2, 6
Nuys 1. l .. Birmingham 6, O
Nuys 3. I .r..... Reseda 4, U
Nuys 9, 9 4,,,,, ,,,,,, C Ileveland 3, 8
Nuys 2, 8 ,,,,, c,,,,,., M onroe 0, 0
Nuys 2, l ..,..... Canoga Park l, 0
Mike Yeakey. Handling the shortstop position were Bob Stevens and Mel Van Nuys 10, 7 ........................ Poly 2, 0
Williams Outlielders included Ron Lozoya Bill Bloodgood and Iohn
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Kaufman and Barry Antis in right field.
In League competition, the squad had to play every team twice. The
final showing of 13 wins and li losses earned them a top place in the league
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL
FlRST ROW-C. Barton, R. Lozoya, J. DeVere, B. Christenson, B. Antis, M. Cohen, S. Leo, B. Stone. SECOND ROW- S. Kovner, J. Knapp, B.
Dribben, B. Spivak, J. Bihary, J. Miller, G. Worthington, D. McComb, L. Medall, M. Williams, R. Stevens. THIRD ROW-D. Calabria, B. Bloodgood,
B. Wall, B. Leo, H. Ross, B. Keeler, B. Pierce, M. Manning, B. Whyte, S. Taylor, D. Lyons, M. Yeakey, J. Kaufman, W. Otchis. FOURTH ROW-B.
Selleck, A. Christiansen, J. Berger.
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FIRST ROW D Meyer K Silber? B Gilbert M Noble B Biegel, J. Benson. SECOND ROW-S. Olesiuk, B. Kerr, R. Westerfield, B. Brazy, J. Peskefl.
. . . The Powerful
Under the guidance of their new coach, Al Gaber. the Van Nuys
mermen donned their trunks and braved the wind. weather and water
at the Northridge Swim School. Carrying a small team because of the
limited swimming facilities, Coach Gaber counted on real come-through
performances. At the early time trials these IVolx'es showed promisez
Randy Westerfield and Bob Brazy in freestyle sprints. Ken Silbert in the
butterfly, Wfesterfield in the medley. Rich Govenar in the distances. Mike
Lawler in the backstrolie, and Doug lNIeyer and John Benson in the
WVith eight teams, the Valley League was the largest in the city. The
League-as size made practice meets impossible, and the schools jumped into
their First competition with no previous experience.
During the season Van Nuys turned in the following scores: Van Nuys
43, Polytechnic +31 Van Nuys 26, Birininghnin 60: Yan Nuys 26. Reseda
60: Van Nuys 711. Canoga Park 133 Yan Nuys 71. San Fernando 15: Yan
Nuys 63, Cleveland 22. At the Valley Finals Yan Nuys placed well.
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lVith high hopes for a good season, Coach Gaber started working
with his Bee Swimming Team. Showing good promise were Tom
Ely and Bill Lively, freestyleg Mickey Sultan, backstrokeg and John
Bennaton in the medley and backstroke.
With the following scores the Wolves turned in a fine season:
Van Nuys 58, Polytechnic 283 Van Nuys 18, Birmingham 673 Van
Nuys 50, Cleveland 343 Van Nuys 39, Reseda 543 Van Nuys 55, San
Fernando 29: Van Nuys 51. Canoga Park 25. Van Nuys placed high
at the Valley Finals.
Nestled in the small Cee team are several boys Coach Gaber
hopes to develop into real talent. Early in the season these boys
looked good: Larry Raffelli, Alan Williams. freestyle3 Al Baker.
backstrokeg Stan Jackson in the butterfly.
The Wolves Finished well up in the standings in the Valley
League. They piled up the following scores: Van Nuys 45, Canoga
Park 103 Van Nuys 48, San Fernando lOQ Van Nuys 17, Reseda 483
Van Nuys 19, Birmingham 403 Van Nuys 43, Polytechnic 63 Van
Nuys 36, Cleveland 23.
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FIRST ROW-J. Bennaton, B. Norman, M. Sulian, B. Groves. SECOND ROW-L. FIRST ROW-D. Jackson, D. Pyle, A. Baker, C. Loomis.
Ligier, T. Plummer, M. Carr. SECOND ROW-R. Williams, E. Mazzarino, B. Barton,
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K. Kramer, C. Cheng, J. Sidemann, P. Navros, P. Woodruff, L. Lenox, G. Patterson, R. Kaufman.
Once again the Van Nuys Tennis Team was led by its
capable instructor, Coach Jack McCaffrey. With a strong
chance to depose North Hollywood from its throne as Valley
League Champion, the squad members worked hard to
bring their skills to the peak of performance.
Leading the team were Terry Smith and Karl Kramer.
Other singles competitors included Marty Lebowitz, Pete
Woodruff, and Larry Grosberg. The first doubles team con-
sisted of Alan Tucker and John Simon, and the second
team players were Mike Savko and Rich Kaufman.
Scores for the seasonls matches were Van Nuys 3-3, San
Fernando -1-45 Van Nuys 3-6, Birmingham 4-lg Van Nuys
4-5, Reseda 3-2g Van Nuys 6-6, Cleveland 1-lx Van Nuys
7-7, Monroe O-O5 Van Nuys 6-5, Canoga Park 1-2: Van
Nuys 6-6, Poly 1-lg Van Nuys l-3, North Hollywood 6-4.
Their record of 11 wins and 5 losses earned them third
place in the Valley League standings.
The Van Nuys Golf squad started the season off with
high hopes of winning another Valley League Golf Cham-
pionship. Seven members of last year's first place team were
returning. Expected to lead the squad to victory were Lee
Drabin, Captain Dave Horowitz. Jim Kanter and Mike
Richman. Members of the team worked on and improved
the skills which they already possessed. Once again. Coach
Mike Foster led the team through a successful season.
As the season progressed, the players showed what a
fine team they really were. Scores for the tournaments were
as follows: Van Nuys 24. Poly O: Van Nuys 24. Cleveland
Og Van Nuys 15. North Hollywood 9: Van Nuys 9. Canoga
Park 15g Van Nuys 15, San Fernando 9: Van Nuys 22.
Birmingham 23 Van Nuys ll. Reseda lU1 Yan Nuys 2-L.
Monroe 0. With a record of seven wins and one loss. the
squad took the Valley League crown.
KNEELING-Coach Foster, A. Goda, L. Graham, J. Schlucker, B. Schneid, R. Weingardner, C. Asmus,
A. Dokka, D. Stuman, T. Garnella, B. Borrud, J. Garfein, G. Noble, R. Uniian. STANDING-
S. Roabins, D. Horowitz, L. Berliner, S. Zimberoff, G. Mohilner, S. Kanter, M. Going, L. Drabin,
R. Malone, A. Cohn, M. Oman, S. Karo.
ALZIEIHLER SHOVVS PROPER FORM ON THE RINGS
Inspired by Coach Barney Quinn, the Gymnastics Team
worked on the routines which they would perform during
Mainstays of the squad were all-around performers Gary
Alziebler and Bob Fields. Other competitors included Wayne
Hazelhurst on the parallels, Kirby Weedin on the rings, and
Norm Wiswell and Jack Scott on the high bar. Rick Pierce
and Ken Lotz competed on the side horse, and Bob Diamond
and Richard Pavlick performed on the long horse. Al Fierstein
carried the load in the rope climb, and Steve Schlosser handled
the free exercise,
The team finished the season with the following scores:
Van Nuys 44, North Hollywood 763 Van Nuys 61, Canoga
Park 58961 Van Nuys 84, Cleveland 363 Van Nuys 932,
Monroe 26VQ1 Van Nuys 73VQ, San Fernando 46VQ5 Van
Nuys 56, Reseda 64: Van Nuys 35, Poly 82: Van Nuys 47,
Precision in omp tition . . .
FIRST ROW D Smllh T Crowder W Hozelhursl B Hacks A Sklar E Radu, N. Koesberg, S. Schlosser, D. Kennomer, N. Wiswell, R. Pierce. SECOND
ROW-B Fields S Smith J Gourloy T Norlander R Povllck K Lotz K Weedin, R. Vogel, B. Diamond, B. Reynolds, D. Riback, A. Fierstein, M. Mouch
THIRD ROW-B Lnnson P Kay J Scott M Gentry L Farber W Freumon M Timko, B. Pickett, G. Miller, J. Orbom, S. Gross, S. Schaefer. FOURTH ROW
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GAA BOARD WINTI:R '59
Y fr S y I ' All M I e A 1 FIRST Row-B. English, C. Ramsay, L. zwefg, D. Klann, M. Temple-
, 'f ton, J. Conkey. SECOND ROW-Mrs. France, P. Harris, S. Lowe, J.
If ",V I H ff . Buchanan, K. Carlson, S. Stephens, Mrs. Bergstrom.
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G.A.A. CHEERLEADERS WINTI:R '59
S. Achen, P. Zuber, C. King
Mrs. France, Mrs. Bergslrom.
. . . nd Feminine
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
About a thousand girls came out for the Girls' Ath-
letic Association this year. The G.A.A. provides organ-
ized sport activities after school CYBIA' day except Fri-
day. It was headed this seniester by President Denny
Klann. The lenders of the various sports were Patsy
Harris. howlingg Karen Boyce. lIl'CllCl'f'l Chris Ramsay
and jane Biicliniinii, hgidniintong Jill Conkey. yolley-
hall: Ginny Noll, speedhnll. The tennis competed in
round-rohin tonrnrnnentsg the winners competed at
the end of the semester lor 3 grand prize trophy.
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G.A.A. BOARD SUMMER '59
KNEELING-P. Zuber, J. lonne, P. Zuber, J. Conkey. FIRST ROW
P. McKinley, M. Brock, J. Anderson, D. Funk, M. lonne, S. Kuhn
SECOND ROW-E. Kronmcl, A. Shelford, M. Alexandre, S. Stephens
Contenders . . .
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Last semester was very busy for the G.A.A. Two
Play Days were held. one at Van Nuys and one at
Birmingham. with about seventy-five girls from Van
Nuys present at each. Swimming was added to the
G.A.A. sports list. The organization was under the
leadership of Mrs. France and Mrs. Bergstrom with
Pam Zuber as president and Jill Conkey as vice-presi-
dent. The heads of sports were Pat McKinley, archeryg
Marilyn Brock, badmintong Pat Zuber, basketballg
Donna Funk, swimmingg Diane Roberts. softballg and
Moonyan Ianne, bowling,
SHERI STEPHENS AND MADDX' FERMAN PERFORM VN ITH G A A BOARD AT RALLX IIN THI C-XFFTERIA
PATSY HARRIS BowLs
Helping G.A.A. and the Gym Department, taking charge of the G.A.A.
spread, ushering at playdays and promoting the "clean campus" campaign
were some of the services rendered by the Lettergirls, a service organization
open to any qualined girl. The qualifications include six night participation
creditsg two gym service credits, earned by membership in the referees club
or by gym office practiceg and the writing of a song and yell for G.A.A. At
the beginning of each semester new members are taken in. After a girl is in
Lettergirls, she may work for stars. Each star stands for two extra participa-
tion nights. The highest honor possible is to have earned three stars.
I O O
lhf.-XRILYN AND SANDY WATCH AS
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AND TAKE AIM
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FOR NANCY TO RECEIVE
n the Field of
FIRST ROW-J. AHCJEYSOTI, B- BGFKSIIIYGI M- Alexflfldfe, M- Mflthef, M. Seelinger, S. Cook. SECOND ROW-K. Jones, B. Coulter, C. Brennan, A. Mascolo,
M. Wintz, D. Green, J. Newcomb, P. Spicer, P. Tucker, B. Green, J. Beniamin, S. Young, C. C
hapnick. THIRD ROW-S. Nolte, L. Larson, D. Ziser, C.
Goldberg, S. Gelbert, L. Borad, P. Cook, J. Hilton, J. Blum, R. Major, I.. Cole, E, Morris. FOURTH ROW-S. Schwartz, G. Kungel, P. McDonnell, C. Heck-
ler, D. Dietz, A. Susman, C. Lamke, E. Kronmal, N. Wheeler, S. Settner, J. Hare, S. Smith. FIFTH ROW- B. Sherman, L. Dassin, M. Whitehouse, A. Eder,
J. Cottle, D. Martin, K. Moore, J. Conkey, S. Chandler, N. Sanders, l. Hernandez, B. Schiefer.
Hastings, J. Ennis, C. Bower, L. Chavis, S. Harris, G. Bogart.
L .J lmiwwarw.
SIXTH ROW-L. Reingold, D. Flam, A. Meussdorffer, S.
JULIE RETURNS THE BIRDIE AS
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IEANNIE PLAYS CATCHER WHILE DEBISY
is HBATTER UPU
THE TEAM TENSES AS A BASKET
FIRST ROW-B. Berkshire, M. Alexandre, M. Mather, SECOND ROW-C. Bailey.
R. Hamos, S. Attebery, P. Tucker, J. Newcomb, J. Blum, J. Hilton, M. Nielsen, B.
Natelborg, A. Mango, S. Combs. THIRD ROW-K. Knudson, D. Roberts, C. Raben-
stein, H. Hoffman, L. Noble, J. Jeanplong, S. Kemery, J. Franzwa, J. Holmes, J.
Coulter. FOURTH ROW-J. Komph, E. Bybee, D. Smith, S. Wapnick, J. Welden, K.
Clark, S. Slattery, L. Wright, P, Powers, C. Lollier, H. Fulcher.
Leading Lettergirls through two wonderful semesters were Sherri Stephens.
winter semester president: and Margo Alexandre. summer semester president.
Pinkie Powers and Betty Berkshire were winter and summer vice-presidents
respectively. Miss Shaw supervised the many activities. Highlighting the ac-
tivities of the year was a week-end trip to Clear Creek. It featured a hike
to Table Mountain for skiing and tobogganing. New Lettergirls are initiated
each semester by the traditional trip to Hollywood which includes a show
and dinner. Lettergirls were also seen in Griffith Park this spring on a bicycle
riding party. The year was finished with a gala nhappy summern beach
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the Opportunity to
FIRST ROW P Rosenberg S Goodman T Smith S Kinsey M Lebowltz B Fields, J. Edwards, B. Gilbert, B. Korn, R. Turner, C. Nyby, K.
Maloslan SECOND ROW G Famlhan R Wllsaw R Govenar J Kennedy C Cheng, D. Campbell, T. Herles, D. Weible, K. Weedin, R. Le-
Gassnck R McNeill THIRD ROW S Monson H Rasch P Frank D Brain J Aron, R. Lee, R. Weslerfleld, D. Sluman, D. Novros, L. Sonsini.
FOURTH ROW S Keach B Hicks I Morkman G Martin L Bodnar M Salvaneschi, B. Lanclol, T. Mohr. B. Mostovoy. FIFTH ROW-M.
Alcalay B Gerfz J Shulman A Samelson E Mezger S Carnahan F Cooper D. Horowitz, J. Montoya.
D0 Service for
Knights is nn honor OYQLIITTZLILLOII for scnioi' boys
who liuvc vxccllvnt Citizenship rccorcls. ability for
lvnclvrsliip, rt-giilgii' nttviidniicc, and high standards of
umcluct :intl scliolinsliip. Sclwicv to thc school in pl?-
cvcling Sl'lllK'SU'l'S is n iicccssnry qunlilicntion lm' bc-
vmning Ll Knight.
ln vxclinligm' lm' thc hclp thvy cxtvnd to thc Bllls
during tht- wt-4-lt ol Oriciitntioii. thi' Knights of Yan
Nuys lligh Scliool nrc nwairdccl thc spccinl privilogc
ul' lu-ing pn'-m'1il'ollt-tl in nll lllk'll' vlnssvs.
llurinig tht' llill :ind spring svliivstnws this boys in thc
Knights haul aivllvitivs including tht- Knights' and
lnnlivs' Spurls Night, tht- installation ul' new nivlnbcrs
:incl nl'l'it'm-rs, nncl spnnsorslmip ul' tht' noon liinvivs.
Spuiism' nntl nclvism' ol' tht- chili is hir. Xvlllllllll
Kmul. -lim liclwnrmls ns prvsitlm-nt and Miki' Snlvun-
1-sflii ns x'in'v-pi'vsiclm'iit lvcl lllt'lll in their lull smncslvi'
.incl livin' Ml'ZQltl' ns plvsiclviil, -locl Sl1llllllLlIT L15 vim'-
Iwvsitlw-nl in thx- spring sviiivstw.
FIRST ROW-S. Wapnick, N. Antola, L. Noble, P. Carr, M. Benson, S. Utt, P. Powers, M. Gander, J. Hibbard, L. Leavitt, J. McKanna, S. Gelbert, A. Mango,
J. Ames, N. Ny, D. Miller. SECOND ROW- N. Sanders, B. Natelborg, M. Gonnella, D. Cutler, S. Brecht, J. Kerstein, N. Jewell, N. Arps, D. Green, C. Chap-
nick, M. Regal,-'M. Nielsen, P. Spicer, A. Friedman. THIRD ROW-S. Schwartz, M. Berry, S. Combs, A. Susman, S. Smith, A. Carhart, S. Coppage, D. Kooy,
S. Stephens, S. Weiss, S. Ryan, S. McElhinney, S. Stevens. FOURTH ROW- K. McNaboe, J. Suess, S. Walen, L. Zwerg, L. Fricke, J. Carlton, J. Dulkin, J.
Scoggins, M. Rotenberg, M. Alexandre, C. Rabenstein, H. Hoffman, P. Cook, J. Coulter, S. Gesas, S. King. FIFTH ROW-B. Berkshire, K. Carlson, M. Bond, M.
Matlof, J. Welden, M. Mather, L. Brinkley, Cl k, S. Slattery, J. Newcomb, L Wright, J. Cottle, T. King, Y. Meschwitz, R. Maior, S. Helfman, L. Suerdieck.
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the School . . ." ' X S -
FIRST ROW-L Leovityt, P.' Powers, M. Gonder. SECOND ROW-
J. Hibbord. gy'
To be a member of Ladies at Van Nuys High
School, a girl must participate in school activities,
maintain good scholarship, and have regular attend-
ance. Membership in this organization is one of the
highest honors a senior girl can attain. The girls who
are in Ladies strive to help the school in every way
possible. The club is open to any girl who qualifies.
Each semester a girl is chosen for her unselfish
service to the school to receive the title of '4Honor
Ladyw. In the fall semester Pat Sennewald was se- 'N
During the past year the Ladies' activities con-
sisted of a Knights' and Ladies' Social, selection of
new members, and planning for their installation. The
Ladies, in return for their help in planning the B10
programs, are pre-enrolled in all their classes. Some ,
other projects were checking the girls' rest rooms and
approving the Ladies' emblem for their sweater.
Sponsor of the Ladies honor organization is Mrs.
Eva Kirby. Helping her as president was Marilyn
Gonder, as vice-president Judy Hibbard, for the fall
semester 5 spring officers were Linda Leavitt and Suzie
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FIRST ROW-S. Bodner, B. Nardi, J. Weil. SECOND ROW-S. Frank, A. Sklar, S. Campbell, S, Choum, T. Thomas, D. McComb, R. Roberts,
L. Suerdieck, T. Dahle, M. Blonsky, S. Haimovitz. THIRD ROW-L. Kotf, K. Horowitz, D. Halkides, E. Ruben, J. Goldstein, R. Kaufman,
E. Felman, B. Schroeder, A. Tucker, D. Rawson. FOURTH ROW-S. Kipperman, C. Cooper, B. Duxler, J. Rubinstein, K. Barron, D. Nelson,
P. Janssen, D. Holt, G. Mitock.
Outstanding boys in the tenth and eleventh grades are
honored by membership in the school service club, Squires.
Last year the club had nearly sixty members, all helping
to make our campus a better one. The Squires painted the
slogans on the trash cans, helped with the clean-up cam-
paign, and ushered at assemblies. President and vice-presi-
dent during the winter were Mike Haimovitz and Bill Nar-
di, and during the summer, Bill Nardi and George New-
bauer. Mr. Gunnar Lund was sponsor. Some of the high-
lights of the year were the installation banquet, a snow
trip to Mt. Waterman, and a beach party.
. . . And for the
Key Club is an honor organization sponsored by the
Kiwanis Club. Its purpose is to serve the school. the com-
munity and the individual. The boys in the Key Club run
the concession stands at sports events. This year, besides
holding their annual vocational guidance day. they collected
books for a hospital at Christmas. Leading the Key Club
were Steve Goodman in the winter and lNIike Alcalay in the
summer. In collaboration with lX4r. TVest. the Key Clubls
forty-five members did a fine job serving the school.
FIRST ROW-T. Garnella, H. Rubin, S. Svikovsky, D. Yentis, M. Alcalay, B. Gertz, S, Frank, R. Wasserman, H. Gelfand, B. Gibson. SECOND
ROW-B. Fox, E. Ruben, J. Edwards, A. Manheim, B. Nardi, J. Mercer, F. Friedman, J. Higgins, S. Madison, H. Rosenthal, R. Margules, S.
Goodman, THIRD ROW-S. Alcalay, S. Rosen, J. Tincher, S, Kippermqn, S, Friedman, L, Burns, T. Kiningham, G. Magid, J. Geibelson, K.
Barron, M. LeVine, R. Morton, J. Tramel, B. Burns.
Palgrr Um' lelunrlfrrl rlililn
FIRST ROW-Mr. Delp, B. Molinor, M. Barber, A. Cuffe, D. Smilh, P. Laperufo, B. Ross, L. Borod, C. Schultz, E. Bybee, B. Bell, A.
Susman, J. Muench, Mr. Culwick. SECOND ROW-E. Eberl, B. Morrison, J. Schor, J. Ennis, A. Eder, B. Keim, B. Bennell, K. Kofford, S.
Dennis, D, Smith, S. Osborne, H. Ehrlich, N. Zwekerman, G. Willard, l.. Drassin, M. Lockheed. THIRD ROW-G. Jenks, B. Homer, N. Car-
slairs, K. Budge, W. Taylor, M. Piano, R. Mayor, B. lucas, J. Eckerd, S. Chaum, T. Brand, G. Newbauer.
tudent Bod . . .
One of the outstanding service organizations at Van
Nuys is the Campus Control. At brunch and during both
lunch periods the members are stationed at various gates
and doors around the campus. They maintain the discipline
of the students and keep general order. The sixty members
were checked and roll was taken by Elaine Bybee and
Sparkie Smith, winter semesterg Elaine Bybee and Carolyn
Schultz, summer semester. Mr. Donal Delp sponsored the
Campus Control and organized its duties. The organization
usually closes the year with a movie or picnic.
Safety is of primary importance on any school campus.
At Van Nuys the Safety Committee was in charge of keep-
ing the campus safe. The committee was headed by the
Commissioners of Safety Richard LeGassick during the
winter semester and Marty Lebowitz during the summer
semester. Besides promoting general rules and good prac-
tices, the Committee conducts fire drillsg at which time they
check the buildings and fire boxes. The forty members of
this organization were led by Mr. Ben Halpern.
KNEELING-H. Hacker, S. Haberfeld. FIRST ROW-Mr. Halpern, B. Nardi, M. Haimovitz, B. Paul, J. Higgins, A. Manheim. SECOND ROW-
B. Chacon, J. Greene, B. Morey, J. Meleo, M. Lebowitz, D. Harrison, R. Lee, T. Thomas, G. Willard.
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CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
FIRST ROW-C. Chapnick, J. Ames, C. Brennan, S. Gelbert, D. Green, C. Crum, M. Glick, B. Feldman, S. Dayton, V. Cotton, S. Dennis, S. Amdur. SEC-
OND ROW-R. Elyot, N. Christensen, A. Cirricione, L. Dassin, A. Eder, J. Gorsuch, J. Anderson, J. Arthur, S. Combs, S. Arthur, S. Bleterman, B. Bennett,
H. Ehrlich. THIRD ROW-C. Bailey, M. Alcalay, C. Cheng, S. Crocker, C. Graham, C. Clark, J. Codlfer, J. Cottle, G. Braunstein. FOURTH ROW-Y. Cali-
garis, F. Friedman, K. Adler, K. Barron, S. Blumsack, V. Bradley, G. Brooks, C. Church, J. Fishkin, Y. Angel. FIFTH ROW-A. Goodman, J. Goldstein, H.
Gelfand, D. Dressler, I. Gale, D. Angle, 5. Chaum, J. Klein, J. Edwards, D. Asness.
SCHOLARSHIP CLU BS
Students with high grades compose the Van Nuys chapter of the . . . E X C 6
California Scholarship Federation. Members enjoyed the C.S.F.
play, MA Day of Broadcasting," in the fall semester and a picnic in
the spring. In the fall the president was Commissioner of Scholarship
Sarah Combsg succeeding her in both offices was Sparky Smith in
the spring semester. Vice presidents were Joel Shulman and Jody
Incoming B-10,5 with scholarship grades were invited to join
Philomatheans. The semester presidents of the organization were
Margaret Lesser and Daryl Jones. C.S.F. was sponsored by Mrs.
Frances Raffetto, and Philomatheans hy Mrs. Kay Stewart.
CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
FIRST ROW-C. Jones, D. Magner, S. McElhinney, N. Ny, M. Nielsen, Y. Hunsaker, S. Kahn, J. lanne, C. King, N. Kantzer, M. Lockheed, E. Morris. SECOND
ROW-N. Nardi, J. Horvitz, P. Kranz, A. Mango, M. Matlof, J. Needman, M. Menges, K. Minkoft, K. Johnson, K. Hewitt, J. Mascolo, D. Halkides, G.
Hunter. THIRD ROW-K. Kofford, D. McComb, A. Holbrook, L. Noble, C. Heckler, J. Lulow, S. Hastings, N. Basaites, R. Maior, C. Leo, R. Norman. FOURTH
ROW-G. Liddle, R. Kaufman, S. Keach, G. Martin, J. Kahan, S. Kipperman, M. Lebowitz, E. Mezger, Y. Morris, D. Holt, M. Hollander. FIFTH ROW-
I. Medall, H. Hacker, H. Hoffman, M. Blonsky, G. Newbauer.
FIRST ROW-M. Girard, M. Lesser, L. Page. SECOND ROW--R. Friedlander, B. Mendelsohn, R.
Bennett, R. Okin, J. Lachman, J. Slezak, J. Hewitt, K. Oswald, M. Porloghese, D. Sappenlield, L.
Clifl, S. Oplatka. THIRD ROW-A. Rippeon, S. Porth, B. Golub, J. Elliott, S. Ferle, C. Chapman,
M. Cohen, H. Malkin, S. Molinari, E. Goldenberg, B. Kain, B. Gibson. FOURTH ROW-L. Main, H.
Kay, S. Friedman, S. Weir, G. Dunn, R. Sklarel.
Scholasticall . . . S
CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
FIRST ROW-M. Weaver, J. Roth, C. Smith, L. Sitzer, M. Sanders, G. Rivetti, E. Roski, S. Rabinowitz, J. Scoggins, T. Sindoni, B. Wire. SECOND ROW-S.
Taylor, T. Thomas, D. Silvera, D. Olstein, A. Irmon, M. Shafron, D. Roberts, A. Weiser, M. Sheon, K. Horowitz. THIRD ROW-M. Silverman, C. Perry, K.
Phillips, D. Sklar, B. Schumacher, G. Paul, R. Romines, M. Lebowitz, J. Stern, J. Schor, D. Yentis, B. Paul. FOURTH ROW-L. Kreueger, S. Opfer, L. Woodroof,
H. Walker, P. Robertson, T. Oman, S. Smith, M. Templeton, L. Wright, M. O'S ullivan, S. Slattery, A. Susman, J. Shulman, R. Westerfield, E. Mezger, J. Tatar,
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FIRST ROW .I Schumkola R Ross: B Whntesude R Naqunn SECOND ROW J Nicholas E Gonzales D Rusnak R. Burke, K. Wrlghi D NelS0r1
H Parsley THIRD ROW G Phllllps .I Morgan II B Taylor J Kayne D Neumark U Slfzer T Beane FOURTH ROW-G. Perez R Green C
Exhibit Skill in the Militar
T ROW LI Col J. Taylor, I T Roih Ma E SU gn
OND ROW II LI. R. Yoder Cap! B Geriz II
an IsI W E h THIRD ROW Ist J Ogwqld
W Keene MSQI D Pepioi, SFCJ Wilson
RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS COMPANY A
FIRST ROW-J. Shirey, L. Lindsay, M. Sollenberger, J. Morris, J. Kinkead, J. Lannefeld. SECOND ROW-B. Dunn, J. Morgan, D. Gin-
draux, D. Saber, R. Myers, R. Rocco, W. Scemons, J. Ulrich, D. Wickstrom, B. Romero, C. Allen, J. Vogel, M. Frank. THIRD ROW-K. Pipiot, M.
Passei, K. Taylor, C. Robbins, D. Morris, S. Rankin, J. Katz, V. Cerf, V. McDaniel, G. Smith, N. Zelinsky, E. Gonzales. FOURTH ROW-R. Weare,
J. Hampton, L. Carson, D. Nelson, B. Gibson, R. Kraemer, J. Nicholas, R. Burke, R. Shaw, T. Bearie, J. Koppelman, S. Lowe. FIFTH ROW-
D. Rusnak, J. Bloom, R. Trueman, R. Duccini, R. Biscoito, T. Barker, B. Weaver, B. Stork, J. Dyer, J. Sutton, M. Hiss.
RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS
Van Nuys is justifiably proud of its Reserve Officer Train-
ing Corps. This organization prepares boys for their part in
military life. The Corps began at Van Nuys in 1924 and has
since proven itself worthy in everything it does. The unit con-
tends with all other Los Angeles high schools in yearly corn-
....,,14m petitions. There are rifle team matches, platoon and squad
' N drills, manual of arms for both privates and non-commissioned
R ' officers, batallion parade and inspections, and they are judged
X on over-all unit proficiency. Trophies in the forms of cups,
j plaques, and medals are awarded to the winning schools and to
21 the individual boys.
'lr l .9 Van Nuys competed in two national rifle matches- and
seven inter-school competitions, the platoon placed first in
'i Regiment and second in Squad Drills. The unit has captured
Q IANA the permanent Blue Devils' Award twice. In May the Federal
I H, Inspection was held.
-.I ,... Continuing a twenty-four year tradition, the R.O.T.C. had
J FX X its semi-annual Military Ball and award ceremony again this
To I year. Many boys were awarded plaques and medals, and
ISC' squads were commended for their efficiency.
X 'ei N One of the many reasons Van Nuys High School did so
I well this year was the thorough training given by its compe-
tent instructors, Master Sergeant Robert D. Erwel, Sergeant
Carl W. Kellstrom, and Captain Lowell Aitken. Credit is also
due to the R.0.T.C. cadet officers: Colonel Terry Roth,
brigade commander, Lieutenant Colonel john Taylor, battle
group commander, Major Barry Gertz, executive officer, Cap-
tain Ray Rossi, drill team commanderg and Second Lieutenant
John Schimkola, commander of the color guard.
RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS COMPANY B
FIRST ROW-J. Kinkead, J. Tongish, J. Schimkola, R. Rossi. SECOND ROW-M. Stevens, R. Campise, J. Pobuda, S. Altman, P. Spoecker,
W. Yates, W. Coleman, R. Green, K. Wright, J. Kayne, G. Perez, J. Lopiccolo. THIRD ROW-D. Mobraten, K. McCants, D. Woolacott, L.
Gray, K. Campione, M. Kaplan, B. Riding, L. Kopel, B. Hitchcock. D. Schlotzhauer, B. Iveson. FOURTH ROW-B. Whiteside, B. Goett-
Iing, B. Higt, R. Alexander, G. Phillips, J. Brochu, R. Somes, R. Ayees, S. Bridgers, M. Silver, H. Parsley. FIFTH ROW-N. Leibel, M. Rob-
bins, C. Warr, B. Taylor, J. Trimble, D. Neumark, J. Silzer, J. Nelson, T. Henley, M. McHugh, R. Naquin.
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FIRST ROW-K. Haddon, W. Protzel, B. White, T. Gunter, T. Lelond, E. Tanker, S. Bidwell, D. Fluke, A. Polacios, G. Miller, B. Holley, B. Lem-
ma, M. Baker, J. Jurado, A. Aragon, W. Smith, P. Sloane. SECOND ROW-A. Finkel, D. Sugarman, B. Huba, D. Parcells, R. Quinn, D.
Roberts, T. Hayes, M. Kuitt, W. Carpenter, J. Rudder, G. Pistole, J. Scheff, J. Orefice, J. Smith. G. Noble, D. Morris. THIRD ROW-R. Hill,
J. Nicholas, K. Taylor, K. Bigmon, J. Orbom, B. Pickett, L. Smith, J. Wade, S. Johnson, L. Peterson, L. Davenport, L. Prival, T. Prival, D.
Morrison, B. Byron, J. Applen.
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA, PERIODS III 8- IV
FIRST ROW-D. Tschantre, R. Black, P. Jacob, R. Early. SECOND ROW-P. Koscielny, B. Brazy, P. Easley, T. Chapman, A. Willmore, D. Cole-
man, K. Connor, M. Scoll, B. Kander, R. Madsen, B. Koladzi, P. Chapman, R. l.lamas, M. Tashman, R. Silverslein. THIRD ROW-P. De Monte, D.
Strange, J. Perlsweig, B. Burns, J. Honberger, R. Beeman, S. Holmes, S. Bridges, D. Gardner, M. Mauch, S. Hensley, J. Kaplan, P. Halterman.
FOURTH ROW-B. Englund, J. Shield, P. Dwyer, B. Vesey, D. lucas, D. Lampkin, C. King, D. Setzer, J. Vogel, W. Scemons, R. Varenchik, T.
Mattson, D. Howe, B. Daniel, D. McCourt.
Productive Art . . .
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
One club at Van Nuys that deserves recognition for its
participation in many state and local activities is the Future
Farmers of America. This club with its one hundred and twen-
ty members is known throughout California for its interest in
agricultural activities. All of the members are enrolled in Vo-
cational Agriculture, which teaches boys interested in farming
the latest techniques of raising crops and livestock.
Under the capable leadership of its untiring sponsor, Mr.
Grant Nielson. the F.F.A. is able to serve in many ways. It
trains the boys to become agricultural leaders. Among the
events held this past year were five F.F.A. meetings and five
field trips. In the Fifty-First District Fair, the Los Angeles
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County Fair, and the Great Western Livestock Show the club
had exhibits and entries. In the latter part of the year the
participated in two Held days, one at Cal Poly and the
other at Pierce Junior College. Some of the members entered
the F.F.A. Public Speaking Contest and the F.F.A. State Judg-
ing Contests. For enjoyment the boys put on a Parent-Son Ban-
quet, went on a fishing trip, and held an open house at the
The winter semester was led by Dave Duke, president, and
Ron Early, vice-president. In the spring semester the capable
president was Paul Jacobg assisting him was Vice-President
Ron Early. These officers did a notable job serving the club.
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FIRST ROW-P. Jacob, R. Early. SECOND ROW-R. Black, D.
Tschantre, C. Johnson, D. Lucas
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VANETTES AND LOBUS
FIRST ROW-R. Wilson, D. Rudrud, C. Ennis. SECOND ROW-D. Vlalgren, S. McEll1inney,
Mr. Allheuser, J. Collle. THIRD ROW-G. Spradlin, D. Taylor, E. Bybee, J. Getz, J. Buchanan.
FOURTH ROW-P. Palmer, C. Timmsen, B. Levely, W. Freiman, S. Marpet, R, Schloss, G.
VANNETTES AND LOBOS
Van Nuys' versatile small singing groups, under tlie direction
of Nh. Altheuser, spent an active year entertaining in the Valley. In
addition to singing at P.T.A. meetings and in zissenilvlies lor the students
of Robert Fulton, 'lanres Madison, and Van Nuys -lunior Iligli Schools,
they were featured at the fall and spring Girls' I.4-neue nssernlwlies, the
Spring Concert, and the .Iune Pops Concert. At tlie nreinorxilwle llliristinns
Assembly, they sang, "Rise Up, Shepherd, und Follow," "'l'lie First Noel,"
and "fjloria in Excelsisn. 'llieir otlrer l1f'llYllll'S were pzirlieipgrtion in tlie
music organizations' spring :ind lull invitzitionzrl zrsseinlmlies, wllieli were
presented to chosen guests, and 21 prourznn lor Youtli lor lilirisl. Senior
Vannettes and Lobos provided enterttrininent git tlu- senior qrelivity :incl
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VAN NUYS HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
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Mr. Seymour Vfeinstein again led the Van Nuys High
School Orchestra this year. Highlighting the year was thc
Orchestra's Eighth Annual YVinter Concert, at which the
featured senior soloist was Pamela Brand. The Orchestra
provided background and intermission music for the senior
plays at their night performances. It played at the Spring
Concert and competed in the Band and Orchestra Festivals
later in the spring. Individual members of the Orchestra
were winners of chamber music competitions and appeared
as soloists at various festivals. In addition, four of the mem-
bers were chosen for the All-City Orchestra. and two for
the All-California Orchestra.
Fall and spring saw different aspects of Van Nuys'
Band. In the fall semester, it was a uniformed marching
band that played at sports rallies and the Wolves' football
games. A group of its members formed the Pep Band, for
basketball games and track meets. In the following semester
it became a concert band and took part in the Band and
Orchestra Festivals and performed at the Spring Concert
and all outdoor assemblies. As a result of Mr. Seymour
lVeinstein's excellent direction, it was selected as one of the
two Los Angeles City high school bands to participate in
the U.C,L.A. High School Band Day.
VAN NUYS HIGH SCHOOL BAND
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Last ycar the Girls' Glcc- Club pcrfornicd at thc following activities: thc
Mayday programg the Pops Concn-rt, which was ht-ld in uluncg tht' llluistinns
asscrnblyg and two invitational assi-inblics, full and spring. Lilac thc otlicr
singing groups, tht: Girls' Glu' Club was Clii'0Ctm'cl by Mr. Robert Altliciiscr.
Many girls in thc A Clzlppvllzi Choir and tht' Mixvd Uhorus ivcrc nt soma'
timr- mvmbcfrs of thi- Girls' Ulm:
'llbc girls' rt-pi-i'toii'i' mxigvd from ulilijgili Rock" to two l.ivlwsli0Ll0i'
Waltzc-s by 'lohzinnvs lirziluns, :incl iiifllirlvcl "Qlh:u'lotlown", "l.ct 'l'liy Holy
Pr1'sc'ncm- Cloinx- Upon Us", :uid "Soon-41 l'Vill lit- lJonm"'. At tht- Uliristiufis
assvmbly tln' girls sung "lVliitm' flllI'lSllIl1lSH, "l WK3Illlt'l' As l VV1lllCll'l'H amd
'kflzirol of thi- Angi-ls". 'llivii' pguit ol' thi- Pops lloiicvrl prograun includccl
'Tlx-'s Cont- Away" :incl 'Ll Know Wlivrt' l'in Going", :intl tht' iiivitzitioiinl
assi-inbliz-s fm-:tliiivcl "Climb Up, Yi- Uliillun, Climb", :ind "l3rotlivi' -Imnvs'
Ah". 'l'hi- girls we-rv zirvoiiipgiiiivcl on thi' piauio by Nancy llottauu and
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A CAPPELLA CHOIR AND MIXED CHORUS
Two choral groups that filled the air with song in past months
were the A Cappella Choir and the Mixed Chorus. Both sang at
the Spring Concert, the music organizations, invitational assemblies,
and the fall and spring Girls' League assemblies. The A Cappella
Choir also entertained at P,T.A. meetings and the Christmas as-
The two groups are similar but distinct. The A Cappella Choir
specializes in choral music without accompaniment. In some of their
numbers they were accompanied by Sandra Sadlo. The Chorus
leans towards lighter music, such as show tunes. Its aecompanists
were Diane Strong and Sherri Stephens.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
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FIRST ROW-H. Ehrlich, R, Golden, M. McWatlers. SECOND ROW
M. Nielsen, D. Green, D. Flam.
Mr. jim Gennette assisted the winter semester
and Miss Barbara Baum the summer semester
Make-up Crews. Under their guidance the students
learned the techniques of theatrical make-up. Be-
sides classroom study, the make-up crew is responsi-
ble for the make-up at the dramatic performances
of the school. They did wonders with the senior
play, a number of Girls, Student Body events. and
various other functions during the past year.
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Important for a good performance is the work
of the Van Nuys Stage Crew. Its members are
responsible for the background of the stage pro-
ductions which are presented during the vear. The
crew builds the sets. provides the proper lighting.
and is responsible for various equipment. YYith the
guidance of Mr. Robert Marchese the crew gained
valuable practical experience in this field of thea-
KNEELING-D. Mordecai, H. Weinstein, G. Clark, T. Delkuth,
FIRST ROW-V. Zaslav, R. Wallichs, A. Newman, G. Bassett,
.l. Annison. SECOND ROW-C. Timmsen, G. Helsley, D. Jackson,
D. Jacobs, B. Biegel, Mr. Marchese. THIRD ROW-T. Everts, B.
Clemens, P. Comandini. t
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
FIRST ROW-S. Helfman, K. Ellis, T. Oman, B. Hicks, R. Berman,
F. LaGrassa. SECOND ROW-N. Mellzer, L. Kreueger, C. Zupp, J.
Freeman, F. Fererhake, I. Gale, M. Simons. THIRD ROW--M. Hyman,
C. Decker, R. Seifert, L. Murphy, I. Markman,J. Tutor, L. Drabin,
S. Keach, Mr. Kessler.
FIRST ROW-R. Seifert, C. Zupp, S. Helfman, K. Ellis, B. Hicks, T.
Oman, F. Feuerhake, R. Berman, R. Golden. SECOND ROW-H. Levitl,
D. Strong, B. Rollman, M. Silverman, S. Kinsey, S. Calion, F. LaGrassa
P. Zugsmilh, M. West, K. Callaway. THIRD ROW-N. Moss, L. Drabin
L. Kreueger, N. Mellzer, I. Markman, J. Kelly, J. Freeman, J. Fishkin
I. Gale, S. Fischler. FOURTH ROW-M. Hyman, M. Simons, N. Luslig
C. Decker, L. Murphy, J. Talor, J. Randolph, S. Keach, Mr. Kessler, W
Hazelhursl, R. Gerden, K. King.
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
Speech is an important part of life. Students
striving to improve or perfect their speaking
techniques make up the fifty members of N.F.L.
and Orators. The Forensic League is a national
organization designed to encourage interest in
speech and forensic activities, and to sponsor
participation in inter-school competition. The
Van Nuys chapter did exceptionally well this
year, for they won second sweepstakes in the
Southern California Debating League Tourna-
ment in individual events and first sweepstakes
in the Novice Debate Tournament at Notre
Dame. Leading the activities, with the help of
Mr. Raymond Kessler, sponsor, was Bob Hicks,
two semester president, Gordon Gebert, winter
vice-president, and Tanii Oman, summer vice-
president. Van Nuys High can certainly be
proud of the successful and rewarding year
which was had by this organization.
Outstanding drama students are given recog-
nition by membership in the Masquers, the high
school drama organization. This year ten stu-
dents were honored by being elected to the or-
ganization. Under the leadership of Kim Ellis,
winter president, Judy Palmateer, summer presi-
dent, and the sponsor, Miss Catherine McMil-
lan, the Masquers had great fun with their thea-
ter party and the presentation to the student
body of a one act play, The Ugly Duckling.
FIRST ROW-T. Albert, B. Mercer, D. Washbrook. SECOND ROW-
Miss McMillan, S. Keach, K. Ellis, J. Palmateer, J. Arthur, L. Bencivenga,
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SEATED-A MGSCOIQ, 5. SCHWGYTZ, J. Hobbs, STANDING-G. Patterson, D. Brain, L. Seegar,
B Auerbach, L. Reingold, J. Ewing, S. Adams, L. Johnston.
Creating decorative Christmas placecards for
the Childrens, Hospital and making a field trip to
the Los Angeles County Museum and the Choui-
nard Art Institute high-lighted the year for the Art
Club. The group competed in the annual All-
School Art Competition and in the Fashion and
Car Design Contest. The former featured many
art fields, such as sculpture. still life, landscaping,
figure and portrait drawing. Wfith the help of Mr.
Eugene La Vancil, sponsor, and the two-semester
president, Sally Schwartz, the students furthered
their interest in the arts.
Membership in the Pegasus Cluh is open to
any Van Nuys High School student. The organiza-
tion is designed to encourage student interest in
poetry. W'ith the leadership of Mr. Mike Foster.
the activities of the last year included study and
discussion of poetry written hy students and recog-
nized poets, and the production of the Wingc-d
Pen, an outstanding annual school publication. The
winter officers were Patty Sennewald. president:
Lesley Fricke. vice president: and the sumrnvr,
.jean Amos, president: and David llressler. vice-
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FIRST ROW-P. Palmer, S. Farber. SECOND ROW-B. Gottlieb
S. Marks, J. Amos, N. Swan. THIRD ROW-Mr. Foster, D
Dresster, C. Perry.
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B- Feldm0fl, B. Bennett, I. Gale, B. Tiep, P. Telzlaff, R. Kinnell, J. Tincher, Mr. Sayre, S.
Kemery, M. Sharfan.
Members of the Philharmonic Club had great
fun this last year exploring the different fields of
music. They attended musical activities and con-
certs, and were themselves given a chance to per-
form for the rest of the club. Leading the twenty-six
members of the Philharmonic club last year were
Barbara Feldman, president and Rochelle Small,
vice-president. Sponsoring the club and participa-
ting in the activities was Mr. John Sayre.
MODERN JAZZ CLUB
rmsr Row-s. Brecht, B. sewuid, J. oeiz, J. Grobart,
D. Horowitz, H. Roselhal. SECOND ROW-F. Asman,
1. Mcuvis, J. Warren, J. Collane, J. Skarslen, S. Tro-
nick, C. Sheafox. THIRD ROW-C. Moore, M. Meloche,
iw J. Lime, B. Morey, J. Murray, c. Wolff, N. Chrislen-
sen, L. Lanier, Y. Angel, B. Wire. FOURTH ROW-
C. Lamke, R. Kinnell, J. Meleo, D. Harrison, J. Bullard,
V P. Adams, S. Shugarman, J. Simmons, J. Gorsuch.
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MODERN JAZZ CLUB
Devoting itself to the understanding and ap-
preciation of contemporary jazz and the best in
modern music, the Modern Jazz club had a "swing-
in, " year. Over forty-five members attended the
brunch meetings which were planned with Mr.
Irwin Porges by Jeff Grobart, president and Janie
Getz, vice-president. One of the many activities of
the Modern Jazz Club, in addition to the weekly
concerts by Janie Getz, was a visit to a jazz concert
at the Jazz Cabaret in Hollywood.
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NATURAL HISTORY CLUB
FIRST ROW-L. Garth, J. Rinaldo, S. Jones, P. Tetz-
Iaff. SECOND ROW-D. Honegberg, G. Paul, B.
Green, J. Beniamin.
NATURAL HISTORY CLUB
To maintain and study natural surroundings is the pur-
pose and objective of the Natural History Club. The activi-
ties of the club included hiking at Tapia Park and Lake
Elizabeth Canyon, exploring tide pools at La llolla and
Point Dunne, visiting the Science Fair, Marineland and
the Scientific Institution, and going camping.
During the winter semester the cluh was led by Steve
ilones, president, and Penny Carr, vice-president, and in
the spring sernester by Steve jones, president. and 'I'iiu
Clay, vice-president. Mr. l,ouis Fall: sparked the club as
sponsor. Originally an offspring ol' the Iiilie Science Club,
the National llistory Club has become an active association
on its own.
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FIRST ROW-C. Jones, R. Stewart, J. Katz, H. Schwab, R. Chaldu. SECOND
ROW-D. Benedict, C. Goldberg, J. Kahan, J. Labovitz.
ASTRONO MY GLU B
Stars and their constellations are the main interest of the
Astronomy cluh. To share and increase their knowledge. the
club iuet tor discussions and lectures. The talks were given
hy student astronomers. Excursions to Mount Wilson and
Crililiitli Park Observatory were part of the clubis activities.
Many ol the iueinhers worked on projects which they enter-
ed in the Science Fair. One project was a star projector.
.lelili Iiahowitz led the cluh as president during the fall
semester and was assisted hy Chuck jones, vice-president.
ln the sununer semester Chuck Jones presided with Bob
Stuart as the x'ice-president. Wfith the help of hir. John
Ilallahan, their sponsor, the cluh has spent an active and
the Realms of lVIan's Knowledg . . .
As a branch of the Future Engineers of America. the
Electrons was organized to stimulate interest in science and
engineering. For members who have research projects, the
club provided materials and laboratory facilities. The
Club's activities included seeing films, hearing speakers,
and working individually on projects for Science Center.
In the winter semester Brian Tiep was president and Steve
Kippurman, vice-president. The summer semester officers
were Brian Tiep and Bob Stuart. Mr. Platner was sponsor.
At the Occidental Math Field Day Van Nuys was
honored by having its Math Team take first place in the
division for large schools. There were a hundred and two
Southern California schools competing. Coached by Miss
Reese, the team consisted of Charles Goldberg, who corn-
peted in the Mad Hatter Marathon, Steve Crocker in the
Mad Hatter Marathon B for tenth graders, Dick Morton
in the Chalk Talk Derby, and Jody Ames and Marty
Lebowitz in the Leap Frog Relay.
SEATED-J. Ames, S. Crocker. STANDING-R. Morton, C. Gold-
berg, Miss Reese, M. Lebowitz.
FIRST ROW-D. Fink, H. Liltmon, I. Gale, S. Kippermon, T
Christianson, B. Tiep, D. Holt, J. Lobovitz. SECOND ROW-T
Townsend, J. Jacoby, L. Irwin, C. Goldberg, D. Peterson, A
Jeffery, M. Click, P. Rein, R. Kaufman, F. Barron, D. Yentis, D
Firestone, Mr. Platner. THIRD ROW-D. Morrison, A. Samelson
H. Schwab, B:'Stewart, J. Kohon, J. McGuinnism, J. Krause, E
Ruben, R. Getze, L. Berkier, H. Levitt.
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW-M. McMilIen, C, Wilcox, S. Winogrod. SECOND ROW-P. McDonnell, G. Kungel, K. Hewitt, J. Kennomer, M. Atterbury, S.
Sodlo. THIRD ROW-T. Weinslock, M. Tuttle, M. Rowley, L. Groves, K. Blake, V. Nicholson, R. Bowlus, J. Spector, A. Leidig, R. Wrlsonf
. . . Prepare for ari d Futures . . .
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA
Future Business Leaders of America Club, established to
develop competent business leadership, was privileged last
year to have a guest speaker from Valley Federal Savings and
Loan, a business machine demonstration from the Friden
Corporation, and a Business Education Day.
F.B.L.A. was sponsored by Mr. Jasper Hood and Mrs.
Gail Vinje. It was led by President Claudia Kalp and Vice-
President Rosemarie Saggese in the fall and by Claudia Bailey
as president and Myrna Schaffer as vice-president in the
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Future Homemakers of America Club was organized to
teach homemaking skills and to give the girls the opportunity
to practice and to help serve at school functions. Carolyn
Wilcox was president and Nancy Sanders was vice-president
throughout the year. Sponsor and advisor to the FHA. was
Miss Kay Ryan. The club decorated a Christmas tree for a re-
tarded childrenls school and planned the Senior Homeinaking
Tea. Two members attended the State and District F.H..-X.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW-S. Cautschi, M. Shcfrcn, C, Bailey, Y. Caligaris, P. Yale. SECOND ROW-S. Jackson, K. Murphy, C. Moore, C. Kolp, B. Demp'
wolf, L. Chcvis.
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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
SEATED-D. Flam, C. Withers, S. Thorne, A. Raffa, M, Porto-
ghese, M. Allerbury, L. Spooner. SECOND ROW--Mr. Bessey
B. Benneff, S. Dennis, K. Kofford, V. Colton, C. Kenyon, A.
Levin, D. Bonway, M. Shean. THIRD ROW-A. Meussdorffer,
S. Haslings, J. Zabel, J. Joyce, A. Nownes, T. Biederman.
l'Vhite Caps, organized to promote interest
in the field of nursing, visited the Valley Presby-
terian Hospital, heard speakers frorn the General
Hospital and the new U.C.L.A. Medical Center,
and collected toys at Christmas for children in
the General Hospital.
Sponsoring the club was Mrs. Esther Free-
man, school nurse, assisted by Vicki Porter and
Nancy Jinvis in the fall semester. Pat Reising
and Donna Sibert in the spring.
Cafeteers gave students practical vocational
experience working for and dealing with the
public. The club also aided students earning
their way in school. The students in the Cafe-
teers work in the W'olves' Den, the Cafeteria,
and the Hash Lines. Sponsoring the Cafeteers
was Mr. Donoho Hall.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMEIXIC A
Future Teachers of America Club was sponsoifd by 'VII
Gerald Bessey, with .lane Cooke as president and lcd Biedci
man as vice-president during the fall semestcr and Rath!
Kofford as president, and Carol Withers vicc president dui
ing the spring semester. The F.T.A. was organized to serve the
school and to advise students about oppoitunities in the
teaching profession. The activities of the club th1s year consis
ted of the stucly of psychology, lectures about scholarship op
portunities, and attendance at the F.T.A. convention
FIRST ROW-D. Siberl, K. Lowe, P. Reising, M. McMilIen,
Graves. SECOND ROW-N. Frederick, B. Bennell, E. Lewis, S
Winograd, E. Freeman. THIRD ROW-J. Tiplan, A. Mascolo, S
Chandler, R. Swan, V. Colton, J. Suess. FOURTH ROW-B
Flower, M. Hamman, P. Weber, D. Dernberger, S. Thorne, D
Verbanac. FIFTH ROW-N. Jinvis, A. Teff, L. Page, B. Pe
K. Barich, J. Conkey, R. Suvnders.
FIRST ROW-S- T00heY, K. Oswald, S. Ccmeron, C. Brennan, E. Kirscnoff. SECOND ROW-M. Kaplan, D. Scholtzhauer, R. Peler, B Golub
B. Duxler, O. Kurlz, D. Thomas, J. Oswald.
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SPORT FISHING CLUB
FIRST ROW-J, Shluker, M. Portoghese, C. Cooper, J. Austin, B. Duxler, N. Kantzer. SECOND ROW-D. Neumark, T. Calombo, B. Sewald,
J. Conkey, J. Goldstein, K. Horowitz, C. Brennan, B. Alpert, Mr. Platner,
Mr. Myron Ronne sponsored the Boat Club. It was led
by Judy Furbass, president, and Gary Spradlin, vice-presi-
dent, during the fall semester, and by Judy Furbass, presi-
dent, and Rusty Nields, vice-president in the spring semes-
ter. The club was established for the promotion of interest
in boating and navigation. Members received information
about skin diving and water skiing.
The activities consisted of a cruise in San Pedro Harbor,
a sail on a Chinese Junk in Santa Monica Harbor, and in-
struction about sea safety.
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SPORT FISHING CLUB
Many activities were engaged in by the Sport Fishing
Club this year. Members enjoyed the frequent deep-sea
and freshwater fishing trips, and the many movies about
fishing. The group was sponsored bv Mr. George Platner.
The fall semester officers were President Jordan Austin and
Vice-President Diane Honigberg. The officers during the
spring semester were President Dave Honigberg and Vice-
President Jerry Goldstein. The purpose of the club is to
stimulate interest and participation in various types of
FIRST ROW-G. Spradlin, J. Furbass. SECOND ROW-H. Rubin, L. Raffaelli, R.
Romines, R. Bowlus, V. Nicholson, T. Walley. THIRD ROW-R. Peter, J. Church, S.
Svikovsky, F. Zboril, E. Ruben, L. Reingold, C. Brennan. FOURTH ROW-A. Cohen, L.
Sampson, J. Jacoby, R. Shaw, B. Biegel, R. Carr, J. Tabb, S. Kreimendahl, R. Trueman,
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FIRST ROW-A. Roffo, N. Jewell, L. Spooner. SECOND ROW-M. Hough, L. Srordahl, P. Pinlcrel, S. Coles, N. Ryder, C. King, M. Weaver, L. Silverman.
THIRD ROW-M. Davison, J. Berger, L. Gullons, J. Lochridge, C. Porloghese.
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Knit Wits was organized to help other people with knitting
activities. The project the girls planned for both semesters was
an afghan for two elderly women. In the Knit Wits the girls
also learn to make things for themselves. Mrs. Dorothy Sim-
mons sponsored the club. She was assisted by Nancy Jewell as
president and Chris Ramsey as vice-president for the fall se-
mester, and Joan Anderson as president and Pat Tinterally
as vice-president in the spring semester.
Having fun batting the birdie back and forth across the
net in friendly competition, the ten members of the Racquet
Squad were trying to improve their skill in badminton during
the past year. Their activities also included sending a CARE
package to Europe.
Leading the Racquet Squad during the year were Penny
Gilland as president, and Barbara Natelborg as vice-president.
Mr. Henry Kubo was sponsor and advisor to the Racquet
Members of the Chess Club are students interested in im-
proving their technique and developing greater skill in the
game. If one were to walk in on one of their meetings at
brunch, he would find them concentrating diligently, trying
new openings and attacks to capture the opponent's men and
finally put his King in check-mate. Mr. Leopold Goodman was
sponsor and advisor to the members of the Chess Club. Help-
ing him was Dennis Holt, president, who served throughout
SEATED-M. Mollof, B. Nolelborg, S. McElhinney. STANDING-
J. Couller, J. Collle, J. Slocum, Mr. Kubo.
S. Bodner, D. Noble, J. Weil.
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FIRST ROW-B. Niesen, B. Corbin, J. Murray, T. Brindle, S.
Madison, Y. Morris, E. Gullans. SECOND ROW-J. Laswell, T.
Garnella, C. Bushnell, K. Minkoff, M. Menges, W. Eriksson, G.
Benlley, J. Pierce, J. Cerny, B. Hall, K. Ehleri. THIRD ROW-B.
Kain, J. Avery.
Traveling to Padua Hills, singing popular Span-
ish songs, attending Spanish movies and learning
Spanish dances are all a part of the activities of
the Spanish Club. Sponsored by Mrs. Loa and
Miss Romero, the club acquainted students with
the life and culture of the Spanish-speaking coun-
tries and promoted understanding of the Spanish
. . . Pursue the
GERMAN SONG CLUB
Small and informal is the description of the
German Song Club. At weekly meetings members
heard records by popular German singers render-
ing festive folk songs, Thev also participated in
singing German songs. The members found that
through their meetings and study of German songs
they increased their pronunciation and vocabulary.
The club was sponsored by lXIrs. Alice Fuerst.
GERMAN SONG CLUB
X FIRST ROW-G. Peterson, K. Ingram, K. Carlson, L. Koppelman Mrs Fuersl SECOND
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J. Malkin, H. Cohen, K Alan Mrs Holubor S Hcberfcld M Cohen R Ncymon
Les Elites started anew with the coming
of the spring semester. Its purpose is to fos-
ter appreciation and study of the customs and
language of France. lX1rs. Holubar sponsored
the group with Steve Haberfeld, presidentg
Linda Kundell, vice presidentg and Roger
Newman, treasurer. Some of the events of the
semester were a dinner at Le Chapeau Rouge,
a French restaurant, and a Mardi Gras party.
The club also corresponded with students in
ubtl ties of
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FRENCH SONG CLUB
Margo Bunn and Donna Seibert, winter
and summer presidents respectively, led
French chamons last year. The twenty-five
members of the French Song Club learned
to enjoy French singing. The club promotes
good French pronunciation and increase of
Vocabulary. The weekly meetings were high-
lighted by French records and popular Ameri-
can music translated into French. Sponsor
of the club was Mrs. Mary Gagne.
FRENCH SONG CLUB
FIRST ROW-Mrs. Gagne, A. Dirks, D. Sibert, R. Larson,
J. Geiz. SECOND ROW-J. Roth, J. Frclic, J. Murray, V.
Bosiick, S. BOFGI1.
lX1IKE THREATENS TO THROXV LES OFF His
DON. JUDY AND BARBARA EXAMINE BOE's CARD
Under the experienced direction of Miss
Catherine McMillan, the drama depart-
ment completed another successful two-
semester run. During the year the class
put on two productions, "George JNash-
ington Slept Here" and 4'GoOd-Bye My
Fancyu. The cast was taken from Advan-
ced Drama classes. Each advanced drama
student had a project to work on during
the semester. These included such things as
performing scenes from a play or doing
research on some phase of drama. Begin-
ning drama classes study voice, pantomine,
and diction. They also work on scenes from
plays, which are presented to selected
. . . Have
STEVE ALERTS THE FULLER FAMILY TO
TVTD' T FCTVRFS ROR .-XROVT HIS LAXNESS
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STACY PosEs MARILS'N FOR THE PICTURE FOR Life MIKE DISCOVERS THAT TERRX IS THE
, DAUGHTER or THE PRESIDENT
RONNIE oFFERs DEANNE SOIWE CANDY WHILE RIM
OF THE COLLEGE
LOOKS ON IN DISGUST
JUDY ACCUSES GAIL OF BEING A PROFITEER
Behind the Footlights . . .
Agatha Reed .....
Jim Merrill ......
Matt Cole .......
Grace Woods ...... ..
GOOD BYE MY
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. Don Washbrook,
Ellen Griswold .................... Pat McKinley,
Ginny MCI'rill ,.,.,,
Ma1'y Nell ......
Dr. Pitt ....,....,..,,
Miss Bradshaw .,....., ,.
Prof. Dingley ....,
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oom' DIRECTS CHUCK, DON, SI-IERRY, KEITH, .IODY AND
MICHELE IN THE RADIO SPEECH PLAY
DEANNE, SHEROL, LINDA, MARILX'N AND
NIOLLY MODEL NEXV PARTY DRESSES
. . . Enterta
Van Nuys High each year enjoys fine as-
semblics in thc Donna H. Hubbard Auditor-
ium and on Smith Field. Starting with thc
Exchange Asscuibly. the ciitcrtainiiicnt iII-
cluclcd thc Radio Speech Play. the Christmas
Program. and thc Installation Assembly. XYiII-
tcr and spring sports wcrc Icvicwcd at rallies
wlicrc thc athlctcs wcrc iiitroduced. The as-
scinhlics prcscmccl by thc Girls' and Boys'
Activity Boards wcrc highpoiuts of thc ycar.
SHERYL COBIPLIMENTS THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE
FIRST ROW-Lucky Suerdieck, Karen Bovee, Linda Noble, Chris Ramsay, Jody Ames. SECOND ROW-Karen McNaboe, Elaine Bybee, Susi
Weiss, Pal Cook, Sandy Smith, Jan Orr, Marilyn Bond, Debby Dietz.
hile Love y Ladies Reign . . .
Each year Van Nuys High School celebrates May Day in the
traditional manner by selecting a Queen and her Princesses to reign
over the festivities. The honor of being a princess is reserved for
senior girls. who are nominated in their Physical Education classes
and are chosen by a vote of all the girls in the school. From the
princesses this year Chris Ramsay was elected Queen. The other
girls of the school participate in the celebration by having each
grade level wear a diflerent pastel color dress.
FIRST ROW-Karen Clark, Pinkie Powers, Susie Slallery, Mary Ann Gonella, Sue Hudson. SECOND ROW-Judy Temkin, Pam Zuber, Nancy
Jewell, Linda Leavitt, Tammy Burnham, Kim Ellis, Adrien Mango,
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Page One Hundred Twenty-nine
FIRST ROW-M. Alexandre, B. Notelborg, B. Iveson. SECOND ROW S Schwartz D Mordecai R Moynagh B Nord: Mr Rcsklnd S Jones
Dance Committee plans and decorates for the school
dances. Those held during the past year were the Hello
Dance, the Christmas Dance, the Activity Day Dance, the
Recognition Day Dance, and the Aloha Dance. The brunch
dances were also planned by the committee.
Mr, Harvey Raskind sponsored the Committee and was
helped by Penny Carr, president, and Barbara Natelborg.
vice-president during the fall semester: and Nancy Sanders
as president, and Sally Schwartz at vice-president in the
SHARON AND AL ENJOY THEMSELYES AT THE ANNUAL
Pflgr' Um' l'l1111rl11'fl 'l'l1i1lVy
MR. LUND. NELSON KAYSBERG, DIYANE STRONG AND
OTHERS ENJOY THEIR CHESS AND OHEORERS
Recreation . . .
SPORTS NIGHT CUMMIAIIEE
FIRST ROW-Mr. Roskind, B. Notelborg, M. O'SuIIivcin, J, Conkey, J.
McFadden, B. Berkshire, C. Rubenstein, B. English, N. Nardi. SECOND
ROW-B. Corwin, J, Klein, J, Burrc, S. Major, L. Suerdieck.
SPORTS NIGHT COMMITTEE
Sports Night Committee was composed of President Betty
Berkshire, Vice-President Sandy Engebretson, Secretary Leslie
Fricke, and Treasurer Barbara Natelborg, for the fall semesterg
and President Judy McFadden, Vice-President Joyce Cham-
berlain, Secretaly Gladys Ma, and Treasurer Bill Corwin dur-
ing the spring semester. Their sponsor was Mr. Harvey S.
Sports Night Committee planned, decorated and provided
refreshments for the Sports Nights. All students who attended
spent enjoyable evenings.
RACHEL AND BARBARA RECOVER THETR SERVE
NADINE, EYAN AND LARRY XVATCH PETE TRY A SHOT
Page One Hundred Thirty-one
PIARVPLY sr'urpIas'I's A RIax'IsION
nga' Urn' Hunrlrrrl 'l'l11'1!I'-fum
SEATED-H. Hacker, J. Slocum, D. Green. STANDING-H. Gelfond, C- PBYVY,
A. Mcscoio, J. Press, H. Hoffman, J. Pesketf, T. Judge.
HILARY DENIONsTRaTEs THE ART OF CUTTING AND MOUNTING
SENIOR PICTURES TO DARLY AND JACKIE
. . . Immortalize
Preparing the Annual for publication is no easy task. but
this year's Annual Staff. headed by Harvey Hacker. editor-in-
chief. found it to be fl Inost rewarding experience. Charles
Perry. copy editor, supervised the writing of copy' by the staff.
which consisted of Harold Gelfand and jerry Peskett. sports
editors: Daryl Green. jackie Slocum. and Hilary' HoffInnn.
Senior Editors: .Indy Press, ndxertisirig Inriringerz .Ind Tanga
judge and Sue Stehhins, who reported on activities .Ind Organi-
zations. The efficient help of Ann Maseolo. seeretrirr. was
greatly appreciated by every Illt'I11i7t'l' of the staff.
Under the direction of Mr. Eugene Ln Ynneil. Gary Patter-
soII illustrgited the 1959 Alllllllli. The Crimson and Gray Stuff
was advised by Mrs. Anninn Price who assisted in every way.
fiARY IwR.xws AS TANCA XVATCHI-IS
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MIRROR STAFF WINTER '59
FIRST ROW-S. UH, M. Rotenberg, J. Dulkin, M. Hendler, L. Zwerg. SECOND
ROW-Mr. Porges, J. Scoggins, B. Keim, S. Brecht, S, Marks, J, Kergrein, L,
Leovilt, T. King, M. Regal, B. Eroh, D. Arnold. THIRD ROW-B. Korn B. Suney,
G. Brownstein, J. Wcchs, C. Wolff, J. Shane, A. Rec, J. Meyers, T. Mohr, D.
D. McKee, J. Grobort.
RTIRROR EDITORS DISCUSS THE NENVS
MIRROR STAFF SUMMER '59
FIRST ROW-S. UII, S. Brechl, B. Eroh, L. Leavitf, S. Marks. SECOND ROW-
B. Keim, J. Shane, G. Brounstein, J. Wochs, J. Kerstein, J. Meyers. THIRD
ROW-C. Wolff, J. Scoggins, J. Grobcrt, D. Arnold, A. Rec.
MIRROR STAFF FW :fs
Up-to-the-minute news and exciting fea-
ture articles have helped to make the Van
Nuys High Mirror the well-known and res-
pected paper that it is. Again this year, the
Mirror placed high in the Los Angeles City
College newspaper competition.
During the winter semester, Julie Dulkin
served as editor-in-chief. The managing ed-
itor was Marsha Hendler. Page editors were
Bill Eroh and Linda Leavitt, page oneg Myra
Rotenberg and Susan Utt, page twog and
Joan Kerstein and Shelly Marks, page three.
Sports editors were Toby King and Marlene
Regal. The photographic staff consisted of
Barry Korn and Danny Arnold.
Linda Leavitt and Bill Eroh shared the
editorial honors for the spring semester. The
managing editor was Judy Scoggins, Shelly
Marks, Gloria Braunstein, Judy Wachs, Carol
Wolff, and Joan Kerstein. George Rosenberg
was in charge of the popular sports page.
Head lensman Danny Arnold made the most
of his previous experience with the Mirror,
and supplemented its pages with his photo-
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VALPARAISAN B-I2 OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
FIRST ROW-Mrs. Geller, J. Jeanplong, K. Rand, B. Taft,
Mr. Whitehead. SECOND ROW-S. Lawrence, M. Bond,
"He that would govern others, First should be the
master of himselfi' is the motto of the class of W,6O. The
name Valparaisans comes from the name of a town in
Chile and means valley of paradise. In keeping with the
meaning of the name, the design of the emblem is
dominated by the dove of peace symbolizing the aim of
the class. With the help of their Fine sponsors, Mrs.
Margery Geiler and Mr. James Whitehead, the class
held its first meeting and elected their Senior B officers.
Bob Paul was chosen to serve as president: Steve Law-
rence, vice-president, Marilyn Bond, recording secretaryg
Barbara Taft, corresponding secretaryg Karen Rand,
treasurer, and ,Ioan Jeanplong, historian.
As a service to the school, the Valparaisans elected to
guard the halls during the lunch periods. With each
member working a week, the job was done well and with
enthusiasm. As is traditional, the Senior Ii's put on Ll
prom for the Senior A,s, With the help ol all the Val-
paraisans working on many committees, the prom was
held in Carpentefs Hall.
As the name Valparaisans goes clown in the reeorrlecl
history of Van Nuys, may the memories ol the Val-
paraisans be truly ol a valley of paradise.
Page Une Hundred Thirty-tix
VALPARAISAN A-ll STEERING COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-Mr. Whitehead, J. Austin, P. Saxon, M. Haimovitz, J. Carlton, R. Schloss,
S. Smith. SECOND ROW-H. Flemming, S. Robbins, D. Dietz, M. Miller, C. Heckler,
B. Spritz, M. White, L. Kreueger, I. Medall.
. . . alparaisans,
VALPARAISAN FAREWELL SONG
Here we are,
Looking bark on our high sehool years-
The joys and the fears we've shed
A re part of our memories.
And now as time flies by,
Valparaisans will graduate
Prepared for our future fare,
We bid you farewell.
fi71.llfl1f0llglI the years
If1f'e'll all remember
The many friends we'z'e made
.-1 nd the times we have shared.
Well see these years
With fond devotion
For the knowledge gained
:illflfllf7glliIlI1I1f'l' well meant.
Valparaisans salute you now.
ills we elimb on to higher planes,
Our hearts you will always hold.
Farewell Van Nuys High!
VALPARAISAN B-I2 STEERING COMMITTEE
FIRST ROW-M. Bond, S. Lawrence, B.
Paul, J. Jeonplong, B. Taft, K. Rand. SECOND
ROW-Mrs. Geller, D. Dietz, S. Ma
rokos, R. Hartman, K. Carlson, C. Heckler,
J. Carlton, Mr. Whitehead. THIRD ROW-B. Schneid, J. Horowitz, D. Meyer, M.
Huimovilz, T. Hall, S. Bates.
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FIRST ROW-S. Fuller, Z. Gabor, M. Filzsimons, H. Funk, G. Easl, V. Davenporl, J. Edwards, F. Gansko, L. Graham, L. Giccalti, M. Dale.
SECOND ROW-R. Gelze, D. Fireslone, D. Eddy, A. Dickson, J. Dyke, B. Dickerson, J. Gorfein, G. Goellelmann, B. Glove, R. Blair, B. Golden,
D, Frederich. THIRD ROW-R. Gibson, R. Byron, A. Godo, E. Goldenberg, D. Davis, M. Erickson, D. Eddy, S. Greenfield, K. Cusick, S. Friedman,
B. Gibson, L. Funk. FOURTH ROW-S. Genlry, M. Granby, R. Cunha, D. Culverhouse, B. Dalz, K. Filzmorris, S. Ferle, M. Girard, R. Gerzuk,
G. Dunn, R. Dunn, Fowler.
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B-lO'5 RR 702 ANU D57
FERST ROW-P. Hulchiris, D. Kincaid, J. Kershaw, J. Jacoby, J. Hewill, S. Haberfelcl, M. Grosher, B. Higl, N. Leibel, L. Kopel. SECOND
ROW-P. I-lammons, M. Leland, S. Kleidosly, R. Klein, L. Koppelman, M. Lesser, J. Lachman, S. Kramer, P. Gross, E. Guenther, K. Ingram,
l. Kohb. THLRD ROW-S. Larmon, B. Kohn, J. Hegland, N. Hoffer, B. Harris, E. Kaulz, C. Lawrence, B. Lealherbury, L. Hibler, J. Jackson,
T. King, T. Katz. FOURTH ROW-B. Kain, J. Lallig, M. Kalz, B. Keeler, H. Kay, H. Gross, T. Kiningham, R. Laird, T. Hazen, T. Hayener,
S. Kreimendall, J. Huff, D. Lenharl.
B-IO'S RR 705 AND 4I5
FIRST ROW-H. Fried, D. Levy, C. Mclntyre, M. LcVine, M. Passin, L. Main, T. Hughes, M. Ives, G. Liplon, K. Oswald, L. Nicholas, C. Freeman,
C. Milchell, D. McCrummen. SECOND ROW-C. Miller, A. Nero, M. Minghini, S. Lowe, T. Maslers, A. Oddo, B. Pelrunich, G. Noble, W. Olchis,
S. Oplalka, S. Molinari, D. Morris, R. Manoon. M. Manoon. THIRD ROW- C. Mango, M. Palazzo, S. Nibley, M. Maier, R. Okin, L. Page
N. Nicholson, C. Mynlli, K. Naylor, M. Minkoff, S. Morgan, M. Mazzarino, C. Mahr, D. Mason. FOURTH ROW- S. Mark, M. Manning, D
MarIin, M. Lewis, M. Levenson, E. Mac Kinnon, W. Lichslcin, S. Lipncy, B. luckerman, M. Lubeznick, E. Nemoy, J. Malkin, M. Marske, J. Mc-
Farland, B. Mendelsohn. FIFTH ROW-R. Howard, D. Mabraler, C. Minlon, C. Loomis, T. Luckeli, P. McCuislon, J. McHermoII, D. Mac Quaid
H. Lyons, D. Libby.
Pflvgl' Um- Huzirlzwrl lfifly-iff
B-l0'S RR 540 AND 562
FIRST ROW-S. Skemp, S. Penfield, S. Porth, E. Lazzray, R. Ehrlich, A. Rippeon, M. Portoghese, C. Plotkin, S. Risberk, R. Saunders, M. Savoie. SECOND
ROW-S. Samuelson, D. Russell, L. Siegle, L. Rhea, D. Sappenfield, P. Ponsford, R. Rogers, L. Pestone, S. Prival, J. Podorson, K. Platt, S. Samuels, E. Rotkin.
THIRD ROW-M. Mazzarino, G. Roots, S. Scherr, S. Rotenberg, C. Robbins, G. Pflueger, H. Seibert, R. Sklaren, B. Riding, R. Ross, G. Purcell. FOURTH
ROW-B. Skinner, T. Rothberg, J. Saxon, S. Saunders, N. Seidman, R. Silver, M. Subeznick, E. Semoy, L. Sogonong, P. Peters.
B-lO'S RR 809 AND 311
FIRST ROW-S. Zoelck, G. Snider, J. Slezak, K. Stewart, J. Yudelson, R. Winegardner, S. Weir, F. Wolf, E. Weitzman, G. Smith, N. Zelensky. SECOND
ROW-D. Tanner, C. Weyler, C. Sortomme, P. Snow, S. Tobin, M. Trogman, M. Wilkins, G. Waisman, L. Wythe, M. Wasserman, M. Minghini, B. Stone.
THIRD ROW-D. Wilkinson, G. Smathers, T. Walley, J. Tramel, S. Thornhill, J. Walen, P. Turner, B. Viertes, D. Weber, S. Tronick, B. Smith. FOURTH ROW-
H. Weinstein, T. Yavitz, L. Tagliere, E. Yount, K. Williams, A. Teff, D. Sugarman.
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CLASSES BEGIN ..S,....,........S.........,...,.,S. Sepfember I5 TUNISIAN CANDLELIGHT
HELLO DANCE ..L...,,.,.....,..........,...,.,...... Sepiember 26 SUPPER ....................LL..........L............ December
FIRST REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL BEETHOVEN'5 BIRTHDAY ......... December
MEETING ,A,,lu,A,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Sepfember 30 CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLIES I........ December
VALLEY LEAGUE EXCHANGE ORCHESTRA CONCERT ............,,.... January
ASSEMBLY e-'-'------------'----'--'---------------- Ocfobef I C. S. F. PARTY ....L......,,,....L.................... January
FIRST CROSS-COUNTRY MEET RADIO SPEECH ASSEMBLIES ...... January
INHI --e--------'-e---'-'-----ae-------ee--E-e--e---------'--e Ocfobef 2 TUNISIAN PROM .............I..I......,......... January
FAIL SPORTS RALLY ----r--- ----nnn--n- O ffobef 9 BASKETBALL CITY EINALS .,,u.,....,. January
P T A. MOVIE .....,,....u..,.............,. ....,....,. O cfober I3
TUNISIAN ACTIVITY DAY ,u.u,......u,.,.,.... Ocfober I6 r X
MILK BOWL FOOTBALL GAME ICPI...OeraBer I7 WIFI
BOYS' STUDENT BODY ASSEMBLY...Ocfober 27 X A, X
FIRST BASKETBALL GAME INHI ..,..,,.. October 29 X I raw! I
GIRLS' LEAGUE ASSEMBLY .,...,,.....,.,.., Ocfober 30 M ' E
SAMURAI RECOGNITION DAY November I4 JIX X
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R O T. C. BALL .....,..,....,,,,.,....,.....,u........ November I5 I' I EAI ,gh A
HI HO PARTY EOR NEW ' .49 A In '
STUDENTS ,....,......,.....,,..,.......,,.... November 20
SENIOR PLAY ..,,.,,.....,.........................,... November 22 G. A. A. SPREAD -QbuEQAIAWbA,bvwQ-q.qq.-q.x.qA,,- January
MOTHER-DAUGHTER DESSERT ...... December 4 G. A. B. INSTALLATION
NOMINATIONS ASSEMBLY ....u....... December II IUNCHEQN u,.,uu,u,,,,uu,,u,,,,,u ,,,u,,,,u,,, J anuary
LOOMIS APPEARS ..............J,.,........,.,,... December II STUDENT BODY
STUDENT BODY ELECTIONS .....,.,. December I5 INSTALLATIONS ......... ............ .l cmudry
LOOMIS DEFEATED COMMENCEMENT ,...,. ,,....,.,,., J onuory
AT THE POLLS --.------ --------..- D 6'C6'fTIb9I' I5 ALL NIGHT PARTY .....L ,,,.,.,,,,u, J anuory
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MIRROR SALES ....I.,...,,..........,..I..........,,,... February VALPARAISAN RECOGNITION DAY ..I... April 17
BEGINNING OF I-IELLO WEEK ........, February MAY DAY ASSEMBLY .......,..I.....I.......,.....,..... April so
BASKETBALL BANQUET ,...,,,....,.,,,..,..I.. February O. A. A. PLAYDAY ....,.......,....,....... ...,.,..... M pry is
VALENTINE DANCE ..,..IS....... .....,... F ebruary STUDENT BODY ELECTIONS ,......., ..r......I. M ay 14
MASQUERS' ASSEMBLY .......... ......... F ebruclry SAMURAI PROM ............,,.,,I............................,..,, May I5
OPEN HOUSE ...,.,............,....... .......... F ebruclry FAILURE REPORTS ......................I....,.....,.,............ Moy I5
DEBATE TOURNAMENT ..,I...... ...,...... F ebriipry R. O. T. C. FEDERAL INSPECTION ............ May 20
SPRING PLAY ...................................................... May 22
CITY TRACK FINALS ...................... ........... M ay 23
RADIO SPEECH ASSEMBLIES ........ ........... M ay 27
RR, ' ,N Q "POP" MUSIC ASSEMBLY .......... .......... l une 3
I. X II REPORT CARDS ...................... .......... l Une T8
S ggi .,,,. COMMENCEMENT ........... .......... l Une I8
'W ALL NIOI-IT PARTY ........... .......... l Une 18
SPRING SPORTS RALLY .............. ........... M arch
FIRST BASEBALL GAME ISFI ..................... March
FIRST TENNIS MATCH ISFI ........ ........... M 0rCh
FIRST TRACK MEET CNHI .....,.... ........... M arch
SAMU RAI ACTIVITY DAY ........................... Mclrch
FIRST GOLF MATCH IPoIyI ........................ March
FIRST GYMNASTICS MEET INHI ............... April
FIRST SWIM MEET ICIevI .............................. April
SAMURAI CANDLELIGHT SUPPER ............ April
Page One Hundred Fifty-nine
The perfect gift may be purchased at
MORREY'S JEWELERS, 6463 Van Nuys Blvd.,
Van Nuys. Judy Press and Phyllis Hector
admire the beautiful selection of rings.
Other items available include iewelry, rang-
ing from stylish costume pieces to diamonds
for special occasions.
Glamour, color, and commercial photog-
raphy, wedding pictures, portraits of adults
and of children are available from GRANT
STUDIO, M1625 Victory Blvd., Van Nuys.
Here Cindy Eshelman and Nancy Selling
arrange a picture appointment. Mr. Grant
Lippert develops negatives into beautiful
portraits for reasonable fees.
Established in Van Nuys for over eighteen
years, the VAN NUYS GLASS COMPANY,
6225 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, has pro-
duced "glass for all purposes". Pat Kelley
inspects an antique wall mirror. Glass shelv'
ing, glass doors, and mirrors are included
in the wide variety of merchandise.
Pa 4 Um HllIldl'l'fltSl1-.Ift'
Taking their clothes to be cleaned by the
fine facilities used at BUTLER'S CLEANERS,
5905 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, are Sue
Mazner and Tom Dawson. Many students
make Butler's their choice for excellent dry
cleaning and blocking, and they enioy the
twenty-tour hour service.
Ann Mascolo and Sally Schwartz discover a
new fragrance at COWDREY'S PHARMACY, 6350
Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys. Through the years
this store has been serving the Valley residents
with medicines, cosmetics, and other items. Pre-
scriptions are promptly filled, with courteous and
careful attention to everyone.
lore you in this picture?l
Stylish summer playclothes as well as
stunning outfits are found at BISCHOFF'S
SPORTSWEAR, 14530 Ventura Blvd., Sher-
rnan Oaks. Enchanted by two lovely spring
outfits are Connie Hickson and Judy Pease.
At Bischoff's the latest in fashion is found
at low prices.
Nicki is helping Gus select a new shirt at
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, 6463 Van Nuys
Blvd., Van Nuys. The store carries a wide
variety of men's and women's clothes, ac-
cessories, novelties, yardage, and many
other items for the homemaker and practical
Daryl Greene and Jackie Slocum take a
ride in a new Chevrolet Impala at POLLARD
RAVENSCROFT, 6232 Van Nuys Blvd., Van
Nuys. For needs in new and used cars, serv-
ice, repairs, and accessories, Pollard Ravens-
croft is the place to go.
is ...., s.
Hilary Hoffman and Judy Press are de-
lighted with the elegant gowns which they
find at THE BRIDAL SHOP. Dresses for wed-
dings and formal occasions are the specialty
of the Van Nuys store, 6471 Van Nuys
Blvd., and ofthe Canoga Park store, 21517
Supplying many Valley schools and clubs
with sweaters has been the work of
CRITERION MILLS, located at 4507 Van Nuys
Blvd., Sherman Oaks. Al Cushnie helps Tony
Daber decide on a letterman's jacket or
George Bruce Models
Are in Demand for
Beauty Queen Sponsorships,
TV, Screen, Stage 8. Photography
- BEAUTY CONTESTS
' POISE - PERSONALITY
- IVIAKE-UP- HAIR STYLING
- FIGURE CONTROL
- SOCIAL GRACES
' FASHION gl FASHION SHOPS
- VOICE 81 DICTION
- TELEVISION 81 SCREEN
14436 FRIAR STREET
THE GEORGE BRUCE
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VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA
Page One Hundred Sixty-three
RYDER'S, 6453 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, is
the favorite apparel shop of many Van Nuys and
Valley residents. Here Mr. Ryder shows Marilyn
Bond and Gay Cornelius two popular outfits for
co-eds. Ryder's has a large selection of styles for
Fascinated by the wide selection of the newest
styles in materials, patterns, and accessories are
Carolyn Heckler and Harriet Flemming. Their
choice for quality and reasonable price is HOME
FABRICS, 6568 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys.
Showing Wendy Hall and Betty Bradtord
that "there is a definite difference in dia-
monds " is JOE HOUSTON, JEWELER, of 14508
Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks. This iewelry
store, where business is carried on with the
desire to please all customers, caters to the
needs of everyone.
P Um' Himfliwrl .S'i.xly-fniu
Tanga Judge and Mike Horenstein went
to "BONES" HAMILTON BUICK, 5745 Van
Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, to test drive the new,
powerful Buick Electra. They were amazed
at the versatility, easy handling and beauty
of this fashionable car.
During the baseball season, Mike Miller
and Stu Felman were found shopping for
their sports equipment at SHERMAN OAKS
DEPARTMENT STORE, located at 14564 Ven-
tura Blvd., Sherman Oaks. This store has a
wide variety of fine products ranging from
notions to wearing apparel.
At SUTTON'S PHARMACY, 6301 Van
Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, Leslie Ablon and
Sandi Yudis decide on an exotic cologne.
Everything desired in pharmaceutical sup-
plies, cosmetics and toiletries for men and
women can be found in this well-established
Tim Hall and Phil Gregory are prepar-
ing for holiday fun at PAY 'N' SAVE
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS,
6219 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys. Pay 'N'
Save furnishes all outdoor equipmentand
everything for "do it yourself" proiects,
Springs spell is cast upon Melinda Eddy
and Bunnie Kramer as they model the stun-
ning dresses of MARLOWE'S DRESS SHOP,
located at 8553 Van Nuys Blvd., Panorama
City. The girls found the latest styles in play-
clothes, skirts and date dresses.
Page One Hundred Sixty-five
b mean interesting challenging work,
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an opportunity to advance?
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for the employment ofiice nearest your home. A ie I
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Clubs and Activities
Advertisements ,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,, q-qq-,,,,-!
Autographs ,,,,.,,,,,,,,. ,-,,,..,-V-v---------.4 n H
Board of Control W'59 and 5'59 ,,,A.,, ,-,-l.. 2 3-29
Boys' Activity Board W'59 and S'59
Bus Drivers ,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,
Cafeteria Staff ,.,...A.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Calendar of Events
Cee Track .,,,.,...
Annual Staff ........
Art Club .....,....,
Astronomy Club .......
Boat Club .,A...,.,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,.
Campus Control ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4.V,,,,,,,,,
Chess Club ......,,..,,.,..., ,,
F.F.A. ......... .
F,H.A. ..,......,,.,,,,, ,
French Club ....,...,....
French Song Club ,,...
F.T.A. .....,..........,.,,,, ,
German Song Club ....,.
Girls' Glee Club .......
Key Club ,.............
Knit Wits .....
Ma ke-up Crew ,,,...
Math Team ..,.,.
May Day ...........,...
Mirror Staff ................
Mixed Vocal Chorus
Modern Jazz Club .........
Natural History Club
National Forensic League ..,..
Philharmonic Club ,........
Pegasus Club ........
Racquet Squad ......
R.O.T.C. .,....,.,..... .
Safety Committee .....
Senior Plays .........,..
Spanish Club ......,.......
Sport Fishing Club ......
Sports Nights ..........,
Stage Crew ......,
White Caps .......
Faculty and Administration
Business Education .........
Driver Education ..,..
Fine Arts .............,
Home Economics .....
Industrial Arts ......
Physical Education ......
Science .............. - .....------------------- -
Social Studies ......,..........................
Girls' Activity Board W'59 and S'59 ......... ...... 3 0-31
Representative Council ......
Activity Day ..........................,..
Activity Day Committee .............,...
Candlelight Supper Committee
Ephebians ....s,.... .
Officers A-12 ....
Steering Committee A-12 .,.,..
Activity Day ...................
Activity Day Committee ........... ,.... 1 63
Calendar of Events ...,...........
Candlelight Supper Committee
Cap and Gown Committee ...,......
Ephebians ,.,........,.. ........
Officers B12 .......
Officers A-12 .....................
Prom Committee ,,,,.,,.....,.,,....
Recognition Day Committee
Song and Motto Committee
Steering Committee B-12 ........
Steering Committee A-12 .....,..
Sweater Committee ........
Steering Committee A-11 .......
Steering Committee A-12 .....,
Bee Basketball ......
ee Football ......
Bee Swimming s.....
Bee Track ...........
Cee Basketball sY,...
Cee Swimming ......
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Cross Country ......
G.A.A. ....,.......s... ,
Girls' Drill Team .,...,
J.V. Baseball .....s..
J.V. Basketball .....
Varsity Baseball ....
Varsity Basketball ......
Varsity Football .,.,..,
Varsity Track ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,A.,...., .,,,,,- 8 4-85
Yell and Song Leaders W'59 ...... ...,. 7 3
Yell and Song Leaders S'59 ,..,,, .,,.. 1 53
Student Store .,..,,.,.,,,,.,,.,.,,,..,,, 25
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