Villanova Preparatory School - Villanovan Yearbook (Ojai, CA)

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Plctures capture a moment the prlnted word holds fast for the future what the memory soon forgets Here on these pages we have tned wlth camera to capture some of the great moments of the past year at Vlllanova and wxth words we have recorded for future memones We ve mrssed much and some thmgs cant be caught with a shutter or descnbed by a pen l1ke for mstance the spmt of Vlllanova and all Vrllanova means to us The cross above the tower symbolxzes Vlllanova s :deals her asplratlons her alms her goal We would hke to place the cross on every page to remmd you of this great Ideal as you look through thls b And xf we have neglected the spmtual aspect ln our words and xwwmdwgplctures It xsnt that we ve forgotten but Just that we ve fdken rt so much for granted that we feel xt need not be stressed Vlllanova IS a Cathollc school and rt IS the Cross whrch she holds hlgh above her burldmgs as her standard 'hw- 35 0 0 . . 1 Q - . . . 1 . Q 1 n - 1 I 1 . . . -- not - . 0 . . 1 - 1 - . 1 1 1 . a . - . 1 -- . - 1 - 1 1 s 1 1 1 . . Q , . . Q - . 1 . - - . o . Q 1 1 ' V. q 4 fx. " 1 ,S -MX' V , Q., v W lebbfdte OUP KOOL . . . LX MRS ANN YANT Every day for the past frtteen years rn all krnds of weather a car has pulled 1nto the school parkmq lot and out of thls car has stepped a gentle soft spoken lady dressed IH Whrte A cup of coffee ln the kxtchen then off to admmlster to the mornmq s S1Ck a tr1p to the doctors or an errand rn town a hurrred lunch and then some shrrts mended socks darned a small cut bandaqed some prlls q1ven all of these thmqs are commonplace rn her daxly routme A word ot sympathy a smrle 1n passmq a touch of healmq a small but 1mportant comphment a favor done these qestures have endeared her forever to the hearts and memorres of those who have known her Thus 1t IS only f1tt1nq as a trrbute to her Llnllflflq efforts to brmq comfort and cheer to those around her that thrs 1956 VILLANOVAN wrth greatest qratmtude and aftectron be dedxcated to our beloved housemother Mrs Ann Yant l"'w fi i its I Af ' . ,. t . .7 N mf 4' i 1 . I I 1 I - - 1 . . . I . . 1 1 I I I f A 1 1 1 I ' I 1 I I , . . VERY REVEREND HENRY E. GREENLEE, O.S.A. ROCKET Prm'1:1"1r11 of Auqustirmicrrm Pruvirxco Cf St, Thomfrss of V:Hc5r:1:'.' 1 AQ' His Eminence IAMES FRANCIS CARDINAL MCINTYRE Afxflliizflf In of LFS Amgvlwsl i -0 -Quai VERY REVEREND WILBERT R. KIRK O.S.A., A.M. Headmaster and Prior rom Me .jsleaclmadferii Ebel . . . My Dear Students, Villanova's years of traditions have been enriched by your noble contribu- tions and achievements. There is nary a student enrolling within these ivy- walls who does not leave his impression upon the memories of the Augustinian Fathers under whose guidance he seeks knowledge over his high school career. Ambitious students, fired with enthusiasm and zeal, drink at Villanova's font of academic learning. Their eager minds are skilled to think in the classics and sciences. They are brought under the inspiring influence of Augustinian standards and erudition. They necessarily must measure up to all that can be implied in the term of Christian gentleman: a well bred, honorable man with the esthetic principles of Catholic living. Following the axiom of co-existing sound body and sound mind, besides eliciting scholarship, they are trained in the feats of physical strength and agility under the instruction of a corps of competent, loyal, vigorous coaches and athletic directors. Tri-Valley League laurels coming to Villanova this year, as in years agone, testify to the wisdom of the program so well carried on by the men chosen for these responsibilities. With the student body, the Head- master congratulates and admires these stalwart leaders. ln the above paragraphs l have been employing the pronoun "they." lt may be asked, "Who are they?" The reply is wrapped up in another pro- noun, "you" - ambitious Villanova students - you are they e- YCU who will leave the campus Commencement Day fortified with a VILLANOVA diploma M a diploma hard to get - but one you will proudly possess and cherish. Reluctantly we watch you pass from the pale of our influence, our friend- ship, our teaching. We are hopeful you will visit your high school Alma Mater often. Our prayers, our interest in you shall be abiding through the years to come. Your Headmaster bids you God-speed and unending success. Very Rev. W. R. Kirk, O.S.A. Headmaster , goij 1' - . 3- ' , .M l I gl? by lvl' ' A 4" 0.32 . - S 'J-, 'X REV. IOHN P. McGUIRE O.S.A., ILM. C MCMA? REV. ROBERT E. MCGRATH O.S.A., A.B. Student Chaplain Religion, Typing Moderator of Senior Class Sodality and Fathers' Club School Proourator L . l . " F-7' 4 -s M 1, ,Fig ' ' N-.", REV. PETER I. PAUL O.S.A., Ph.D. Religion, History Latin, Speech f,-ff . ,uf . vo- ln, J.- K. ' , '. '. Y L' fe cg.,5'l"sK,,jv,J .,Q3,.q1....., ' N. "wiv - . A. 'tg . MQ, 7 S ,7aCUAg REV. THOMAS I. MCLAUGHLIN O.S.A., A.B. Religion, Mathematics, Science Moderator of Freshman Class Prep Times and Villanovan and Rifle Club Disciplinarian DAVID Y. DePAGE B.S. in Ed. English, Civics, Speech Coach in Football Basketball, Track T' ...-1" fi , IH -v-:- , '11 BROTHER IOHN BRESNAHAN O.S.A., M.S. in L.S. Prefect of Studies, Librarian, Director of Athletics, French, Speech, Tennis Coach. in Lf sa?-Kg, Z , 1 ,aiming IOSEPH E. HUDOCK, B.S. Mathematics, Science Moderator of lunior Class Dramatics and Cheerleaders .,., ., X f JOHN C. PALUMBO 3 A.B., A.M. Spanish, English Coach in Baseball Y. s- X RICHARD S. SALTER B.S. in Ed. History, Biology Mechanical Drawing Moderator of Sophomore Class Coach in Football Basketball, Baseball Jn fAe ofhced . . MRS. EDITH O'NEILL Secretory Profoct of Studios Cinco 'QS P -i,,,,, ----..,,-5 4 .....,,, ....... Ps' MRS. MARIE BARBE B.S. in Foods School Dieticion in ' g MRS. MARY FORBES Accountant Business Officio 5 y, . 'X .Y '-1 xif ..r Qfl l 0I':5 IOSE BERMUDEZ PORTOCARRERO 2137 Rose Street Berkeley Cahiorma Football 4 Track 4 Basketball 4 T nnts 4 Baseball 4 Th trtendly and energetrc gentleman from Columbra h1s hrst and he hopes last year at Vrllanova athl ttcally mrnded esp c1ally football and basketball holds speed record from p1nk gateway to Oxnard a1rport frequent guest of day hops at lunch studtous before exam 1na1ons magnetxc personahty wxll be mxssed FRANK BACON Frank 4048 Sunnyslope Avenue Sherman Oaks Cahfomra Studcnt Body Prep Tunes Ed1tor 4 PTQSICVDUY 4 Prep Tunes Staff 3 StUd9m COUN Vxllanovan Edrtor 4 ludge 4 Class Pres1dent 2 3 Sodahty 3 4 Drama 3 4 Popular mt llrg nt and wrllrng to please a complrshed poet p1an1st composer and speaker extenslve vocabulary and unl1m1ted wrt h1s trademarks ge trng ready for later hte by practtce rn Merc has graced school parklng lot for past three years sure to succeed O ll ll 1 . . ,' e ' e ' ' student court . . . Franks "big, bad, black , , , if ' 9 . . e ' ... 4 ,. . . . el . . - ell l Offf MILTON FRANK DAILY IR Bud 10 Marme Vlew Dnve Las Posas Estates Ccxmarxllo Ccxhformcx Class Otfrcerl 2 3 4 Sodalrty l 2 3 4 Footb ll 2 3 4 Drarra 3 4 Football IV l L ttcrrnen sClub2 3 Track 2 D Basketball Coach 4 Well groomed porsed confrdent our year man seldom able to emoy prrv rl q s ct w eker d at Vrllanova peren ual clfrs repr s rtatrve and trrst strmq tackle used to frequent St Cates hrs campus wrde popularrty ROBERT FORTMEIER Bob 2761 Ocean Avenue Ventura Cahfomm Class Offrcerl 3 Bas ball 2 3 4 Football 3 4 lCaptl BCISGbCIll IV l Football IV l 2 Lettermen s Club Basketball 4 3 Bees 2 3 Cees l Cheerful and seldom senous survrved four years as a day hop kaown and respected by Tr1 Valley opponents tn all sports co owner of mlddle pool table tn rec hall hrs accuracy wrth eyes closed ama7 s onlookers famous tor That was ta1rly obvtous Louqhman and Spot wo rt l scratch hrs absence wtll be greatly notrced next year I ll ll , . . 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Qlfl l 0l"Zf ARTHUR WALTER I-IAMER IR 29 Uphfter s Ranch Hammer Santa Momca Calxfornm Drama 4 Prep Tunes Statt 4 Rrfle Club 4 One year man from Santa Momca lS many appearances on TV rate hrm the trtle Celebrrty of the Semor Class naturally he had to be the matnstay of the school play often heard sayma lt Hamer not Hammer' and l dtd park my car IH the parkmq lot Coach DePaae s standout ctvrcs student and the only sen 1or 1n Coach Salters broloqy class Art holds qreat expectatrons THOMAS I GINELLA Thom 1950 Exghth Avenue San Francxsco Cahforma Class Ctt1cer2 3 4 Sodallty 3 4 Student Court Drama 3 4 ludqe 4 Lettermen s Club Football 2 3 3 Coach 4 Hrtle Club 2 3 Track 2 3 Vlllanovcm Staff 4 Coach 4 Bra frr ndly a td playful som tmes dana rously play ul comes to us from up Frtsco C crr tt nl S 1 Frat rsco way qarned h 1 rs as Wrld at taclcl Father MCGUIT s rtaht hand man ways ffertna hrs s ryl s mcludrra h1s Vtllanova Th aterCvu1ld a da lbcnq r at stud nt c urt practt ed luterrcr dec oratma tn lobby of barracks wrll be up at Santa Clara next year to study enameerma 'ii- C . , , , , 2, ,4 , , l , 'e r . . . 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B ' Q - -f u ll IF' A . . . , o . , . , Qlfl l 0105 CHARLES RICKARD KING Chuck Box 177 Los Alamos Calliormcx Student Body Baseball 4 Treasurer 4 ggdahty 4 Basketball 4 Tall easy to get along wrth and lrked by everyone outstandmg soholastrcally Cone of two senrors who consrstently mad hor r rolll o d ahlettoally wlshed Vrll rova was o a and therefore com crded g C pm on seemed harprest wh 1 Cattle 1 re grazrng ID nearby pastur h adrng Cal Polys way gonde next fall good luck pardnerl RONALD WILLIAM MICHAEL LOPEZ 315 South Oak Street Fugx Ventura Ccxhiomm Trackl 2 3 Sodahty 3 4 Lettermen s Club 2 3 Bees 2 3 Prep Tunes Staff 3 4 Cees l Class Offlcer 2 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 4 Vxllcmovan Staff 4 One of few charter members of Class of a day hop frequently seen mooch mg rrdes always close to Honor Roll but never close enough not once seen takrng a date to a dance fond of tell mg endless stones 1D Englrsh often 1n Company of blue 39 Ford never w1tl'1 out hrs shades should make out OK IH hms chosen career of sclence 0 11 11 1 1 A I 9 n + ' ' :C A.. 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C A , . ll Ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 m .- C I 1 11 11 fl ll I '56 1 . . . 1 1 ' Qlfl L 0106 BERNARD IOHN LOUGHMAN 358 North Ccrtahna Street Ventura Cahiormcx Semor Class Tennls 2 Pf9S1d9m S Jaahtg 3 4 CIGSS OHICGY 3 Lcttcrmer s Club 3 Beskeibull 2 3 4 Vxllanovan Staff 4 Bees l .3 Baseball 3 Baseball IV l Prep Tunes Staff 3 Another tour year day hop well hked and very Jocular lo e survrvor ot Seven Serpents club known especl ally to hrs fellow semors for h1s wrtty VPD remarks and cartoons durmq chemrstry class noted also for h1s splrtted attrtude and altrtude almost as tall as hrs stones should really be a qrfted lawyer GUILLERMO ORRANTIA SALIDO Pesquelrcr y Manuel Doblado No 134 Navoyoa Sonora Mexxco W11l1e Baseball 4 Baseball IV 2 3 Basketball l 2 Also belongs to charter group of class halls from down Mextco way where he IS noted for fondness of Jeeps and qrrls orrqrnator of many trratronal norses tn class hte of party espec1ally rn bar racks noted for research work o Luther Burbank never mrsses a dance mventor ot Qrran cha cha Smrlln Wrlhe returns to Sonora where we hope to hear ot hrs future successes U HB 11 .- 1 . ,V If K 1 ' 1 1 1. 1 1 11 11 , . . . 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Y . 1 . n - - u 1 1 1- - 1 1 1 V . . . . .. 1 1 ell L 0I".'5 BERNARD EUGENE SCOVILLE P O Box 3097 Rubldoux Stcrtlon Rubldoux Calxforma Student Body Baseball IV 3 Secretary 4 Track 4 Class Cthcer 4 Prep Tunes Staff 4 Football 4 Football I V 3 The local prototyp ot Denrns the Menace almost broke hts record ot n ver bemq on ttme one rnornma when hrs clo k was ast noted tor hts themes on Superman yet he s a poet too got a cert1t1cate to show 1t center ot attractlon except to Fortme1er 1n Chem lab where he holds record for broken test tubes and lncorn plete expertmen s adas humor to all all tatrness we should warn them up there ALFONSO TORRES DELGADO Tonto Nmos Hercres No 396 Pte Culmccxn Smaloa Mex1co Football 3 4 Baseball IV l 2 Foo ball IV l 2 Sodalltyl 2 3 Basketball Bees 2 B1tleClubl 2 3 Gees 1 Lettermen s Club 3 4 Baseball 3 4 One of few who has stuck 1t out tor four years popular member ot the Torres dynasty ever present at Vrllanova ardent supporter of cha cha mus1c and a quahtled dancer tlashy dresser and cla1ms to have most popular room ID the school qu1te an athlete tn football and baseball renowned for h1s frequent extended vacat1ons should make out O K m whatever he chooses for hrs future I l I I 1, , . . 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L I ' ' I I I ll ll I I I . ell L Ofd THOMAS EUGENE VETT Tom 201 Fraser Lane Student Body Track 3 4 Vrc Presrdent3 Sodghtyr 2 3 4 Class Otfrc rl 3 4 Glee Crubr 2 3 Student Court Prep Tunes Staff Iudqe 4 Basketball Bees 4 Vlucmovcm Staff C es l 2 3 2 Baseball IV l 2 Comes roarrnq out of the Ventura fog day rn and day out as he has the past four y ars on bus as a freshman then a blue Chevy now a hot Olds convert contact man between St Cate s and Vrlla nova flash on crnders and deadeye on basketball court hard workrnq student and exemplary sodalrst frrendly to all popular wrth all has eye on career rn chemrcal enqrrreerrnq FRANCISCO IUAN TORRES Pancho Guerrero No 33 Navoroa Sonora Mexrco Football IV 3 Baseball3 Basketball4 Baseball IV 2 Bees 3 Track 3 4 C995 2 sedgrrry 3 Well groomed carefree chap from south of the border hrs constant companron durrnq hrs three year stay at Vrllanova has been hrs froteb ok brnder mastery ot Enalrsh puts ev n natrves to shame cheerful a rd courteous esp crally to arrls rn Ventura valuable rn track and bas ketball plans on study of busrness admrmstratron I ll ll I . . ll ll I v' ,Q l ' Ventura, California , . eu . u 'e , , , , l, 2, 3, 4 9 I 1 l, ,3,4 Q .W T ll FOLLFLJ Q CCIIYLIJLLJ .AL L X xl "Gotta git outa dis place." so 8 A . 1... '- q , - - -.-9- . Q Q 0 , Q 5 X. A -nd 7- 45 V If ,fl 1' 4 1, 5 ,gtg :xo I ' "t p V 'v P ' ' 4? N Y F - -l ' - I if ll "lt ain't always this good." I . - I ' 'Z N n --f . A - 7' Q . -aif5 ul! H '- -SV - -np ' ur Well, someone has to be different!" "Comon, set 'em up. Ioe!' "lust can't wait to get there." "Oh, what a beautiful morning!" "lt's coooooooooold!" ,r,IJlfL! 5 - J 1, I Q In ' S Q. Q Sk. 'w gm I Q ii L"'x.uur L ix if ", " v 9 x , . .", ' af? M Iii 'ik-in 9 WP' W w - . 4 ft A ,, ,..n Al' -s - 'sr lf. av, Jlfv --v I , m"s'k' 'N W Ja unions . . . Mr. Hudock. Iunior Class moderator, c o n f e rs with Class President Ierry Lan- yon, Vice - President Bill Nugent, Secretary Neal Iohnson, Treasurer Al Mar- tin and Student Council Re presentative Byron Theurer. - I ' 5 ' -1- "az-cr .,. i-ui,'2iif. , . K -wifi' ' 44 lu 4 I' ' fw'Z?aff:saa T ,f gSL"'YT,T'1L f- '.n.a3!e'41:i ja- :. ,"4f4fl""H. ..a"":1'v.,S3' 9, . . ls ., f- V3.3 1 - 1.5-"1 - " Zr?1,,,b.,,jL,'f b , ' '.L, -z ., e 17 X X rx AX ilrf: ,, Q., 'A LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Webb Moore, Henry Oliva, Henry Vachon, Michael Parke, Michael O'Reilly, Larry Farrell. STANDING: Iames Czuleger, Carlos Ruiz, Ioaquin Rivera. Xen- nith Keesler, Wilfrid Ro- berge. 22 LEFT TO RIGHT. TOP ROW: Richard Tourtelot. David Bryson, Peter Kises- key. MIDDLE ROW: Carl- os Torres, Thomas Walker, Thomas France. SEATED: Michael Turner, Clayton Carey, lohn Layne. a EEL ofcler . . . a At wiber LEFT TO RIGHT, STAND- ING: Ioseph Mirkovich, Luis Daqlio, William Ran- dol. Donald Cotter, Robert Sharps, Francisco Rivera. KNEELING: William Shal- lenberqer, Iohn White. ,fl - HQ Jia If xSD0l0A0lfl'l0I'Q5 . . . Anthony Pozos, Class Vice- President. is helped by class moderator Richard Salter as President Iohn Carr looks on. Donald Mclntyre. Student Council Representative, talks over some classwork with Treasurer Robert Traviss and Secretary Daniel Rupp. 41 if i. 1-Gh.f'k-'- LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Paul Samuelson, Michael Starbuck, Fred- eric Huning, William Klnq, Lawrence Purcell, Grant Dolan. Arthur Buenzli. SEATED: Roy Marson, Howard ln- qersoll. . - 1. , U f.:' tv- -'F4?v'T v ' ' , .:- '- ' I ' N- -'qag:s':" 'fn LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur Hoover, Daniel O'Doher- ty, Lawrence Bralliar. Timothy Hinkle. Michael Lo Presti, Ian Harmon- son. Edward lordan. Stan- ley Hayter. a AHL wider . . . Auf :Sfif foobfi LIE!-'I' TO RIGHT, STAND- ING: Fernando Ortiz. Andrew Alvarado, Ar- turo Iniqo, George Row- an. SEATED: Hector Or- rantia. Fred Heaume. S -QPQ6 H1811 . . . President Iames Kelley and Vice-Presi- dent Phillip Roias give Class moderator Father McLaughlin the latest on class activities as Treasurer Richard Czuleqer and Secretary Garth Flint talk things over with Student Council Representa- tive Mlchael Collins. LEFT TO RIGHT: Martln Hanson, Iames Martin. Robert Winters, Stephen Ferrlck, Edward Chavez, Michael Phillips. Thomas Loughman, Paul Hamrah. LEFT TO RIGHT: Gerard Murphy. Iohn McGinn, Nicholas Walz, Terry Gog- gin, Stephen Peterson, Ray- mond Adams. Michael Warren, Iohn Bowler, Paul Megqison. ,I lrffinf- "." 9 1 ' ,T . , 'Q h , . .1 1 . IK.: ,R ... LEFT TO RIGHT, STAND- ING: Brian Roberlson, Ev- erett Downing. ON WALL: Robert Layne, Greg Elshire, Charles Miller, Michael Walters, George Arnold. ON GROUND: Iohn Ham- rah, William Flaherty. LOAAA, fancifug fadcinafing LEFT TO RIGHT: William Coyle, Michael Wilson, Michael Curry, Iames Thomas, Bret! Cleaver, larry Gothe, Howard Mor- an, Ronnie Dunlap. L.-fv""' 27 POMFZJ fAQ CCLl'l'll0ll.'5 they lived happily ever alter." rv: S J ' , , 4 iv, , . ff vu, vw'- Remamber the one with Ihe brown eyes?" Home Life in American' , ff' 15 its 4, R 1. 6' -a Q14 bl'- - s :er 'N 1 : Y X .x A IJ- 3 X I 0 , uk 5 ' ' J K' X Xb'---5' , f , 1 - V ' 'dvi X ."X' 4 Sag L, Aqgvgka. F lisa, Art Hoover, Holfbook Ron Lopez, Quorterbizok Q, I. Chuck King, End F Don Cotter, Gucrrd 'lflifalmf L, Bill Nugent, Pullbock gzuen r. 1- 'B .x E5 - X Nool Iohnson I '-5 4 Lia--'1-11,1-' ' -... ,:-s'g,,'.,N - ,. Alfonso Torn S End - an - -.Nw , , Tackle Byron Theuror, Tackle Bob Fortmeier, Center lose Bermudez, Guard .gf wad a winnin :Sea 15011 Il", gsm. 1 ' 0 '- ' 4 -u1rr'g-t"- Li Y' ' ...Q 3-1 1 .,, 5. ,.,,q, H- 1 Coach Salter looks over his boys. Neal Iohnson eludes a Nordholi Ranger as Bob Forimeier comes in to block for him. 1, ' Q fill 1.19 1- . if fi l ' l or i Q' -4?l.,'- ' - -' ' V " A C ' Aff - 'J Hr... "v -'I-' .- F11 ri' 1 ' Q N M ' K l " f,Q'1i ' 4 . 'Q Q , r 6 , " - ' An H ' 5' J: 'X . ' ' 'l?Ffx 'ul , .1-f.-L.. Ogver puns dow , B ., This Santa Clara man didn'i get far as the Wildcats close in to make sure n 'high one he's down. ' Chuck King races qoalward alter snagging another toss. Villanova Oppqnenl 20 Santa Clara 5 39 Sania Ynez 13 31 Simi 19 27 Santa Barbara Catholic 6 13 Carpinteria 20 6 Moorpark 6 6 Nordhoif 39 .A-V Luis Daqlio lc- " ' E A., .QQ :Q gf- K 10' nu,1.u 54 4-1 ' --. f' ". uf' . -I Q' Bernard Sooville W N lohn V, Carr Bill lim Shallenberqer ' Czuleqer y .. l x '-4" Managers Danny Rupp, Bill Coyle. Brett Cleaver, and Dlck Czuleqer leum a few tips from Ken Kessler. rn fri" H - ""' 2 A " a 4 1 8 N15 ,. .X -.-. -an . . Tl ' - A . O.: 'aah PM . l'l- ' Grant Dolan Iohn Layne 1 l Steve 'f Torn Brown Walker - Ierry . Lanyon Dave Bryson , v . . . -vu' ' "N, ml - 41561 . . ..... A ' ' B svn." Clayton Carey ,-4-,.A I LW - ---1-+-.- -avr -1' ' A 3' A ' f.-nWQ'?1,-, 33 -'wa .JGHQI16 P0 bU16!Qk6LfQ6!. . . ,r ,, C5 - Q '- X As. 1 "' "Ili r. 4-2-2'-M .fs v "" U .,. . -. . - ' . 8 1' U' ' -, . .r K ,Q - ,. LEFT TO RIGHT. BOTTOM ROW: R. Dunlap, P. Farrell, S. Ferrick. C. Miller, T. Goqqin. B. Robert- son. M. Hanson. KNEELING: S. Peterson. Mgr.. R. Layne. I. Kelley. R. Adams, G. Murphy. N. Walz P. Hamrah, M. Curry. I. McGinn. E. Chavez THIRD ROW: A. Martin, Mgr., T. Louqhman, A. Pozos. D. O'Doherty. W. Flaherty. P. Rojas. W. King, M, LoPresti, Coach David DePage, E. Iordan. G. Flint, Mgr. TOP ROW: I. Carr. I. Harmonson. F. Hunirxq. S. Hayter. G. Elshire, R. Winters. H. Moran. Bill Klnq snags a pass and heads towards paydirt. . JQ f A' -2' Q , , ' t. 9 -.TN , 1' -S 'K v Coach DoPaqo qlvu hls boys a llttlo pop talk at practice. ,..-1' 4 X r J no M 4. . ,"' l 4, in .IQ . I Bill King looks like he is going all the way on this one. Center Ed Iordan gels ready to give the ball to quarterback Paul Hamrah as halls Bill King and Ian Hurmonson are ready to move. 35 - -4 -1 jze Mifdcaf Quinfef . . . Wx Y -G Qljv 53x55 54 LEFT TO RIGHT. BOTTOM ROW: Bernard Scoville, Bob Fortmeier, lose Bermudez. Ronnie Lopez, Donald Cotter, Art Hoover, Ken . . Keealer, Mgr. MIDDLE now: couch Drck scner. Iohn Layne, Dick C"p"'m Bob F"""'e'e' Toutelot. Bernard Louqhman, Chuck King, Stanley Hayter. TOP ROW: Dave Bryson. Clayton Carey Neal lohnson, Bill Flaherty, Francisco Torres. 1 7 04 36 Scorers Byron Theurer and Thom Ginella 346 JCOPGLOGITJ . . . Villanova Opponent 41 Santa Ynez 35 45 Santa Barbara Catholic 35 37 Nordhoii 46 27 Santa Clara 48 35 Santa Barbara Catholic 37 47 Moorpark 27 47 Santa Clara 59 27 Nordhoff 59 56 Santa Clara 45 47 Simi 33 45 Santa Barbara Catholic 34 47 Thacher 31 44 Alumni 30 34 Santa Ynez 60 45 Santa Barbara Catholic 40 69 Carpinteria 46 61 Cate 50 ,. 5.'g,,,.,, lv I Nh 1- , -lv.. .I , ,,,.. -1-.Lil King goes up . . . but not high enough Hoover really has his eye on that ball. What a lace. Chuck! L E Everybody is wcxiiinq for it lo come down! Qv cuzfifg -I4 IX Lopez stands still in mid-air! King iries the old iump-shot. wal I thi we geo . . . a hgnfingl fecun fglhfsfkxfhl 224 Ml Mm P10 XJ' l 4 LEFT TO RIGHT, KNEELING: Ed Chavez, Bob France. Bob Sharps. Roy M Ch Ol va Tom Walker, Iohn Carr, Bill N STAND ING Coach Dave DePaqe, I. F ll Cl' OS uiz. rant o an. om C l R G D l T L h Larry Bralliar, F d Huninq, Howa d M Mk Pa lc D ld M I y M O S Qhe sq 1 y we Ceed . . . Glzamlaiond ' I s 25 'M3 l H 3 'l'hat's it, Marly, walch that ball! LEFT TO RIGHT, KNEELING: Iohn Bowler, Nick Walz. Brian Robertson, Chuck Miller, George Arnold, Marty Hanson, Mike Phillips, Mike Curry. STANDING: Coach Dave DePage, Bill King, Phil Roias. Bob Winters, lim Martin, Iim Kelley, Paul Hamrah, Danny Rupp, Mgr. Villanova Opponent 23 Santa Clara 35 36 Santa Barbara Catholic 21 25 Moorpark 22 50 Santa Clara 42 39 Nordhoii 17 43 Santa Clara 29 32 Simi 24 41 Thacher 22 35 Santa Ynez 26 36 Carpinteria 30 14 Cate 29 3 ffl I 1 fy le EMM Litlmg ...ik .,-3 . I 825 X L A I , 3 8 i yn xzsk -v" LEFT TO RIGHT KNEELING Brel! Cleaver Mxke Collms D1 k Czuleqer lock Flmt Rod Murphy STANDING Coach Terry Gogqxn Mxke Warren Bob Layne Ronnie Dumap Ray Adams Steve Peterson Rod Murphy goes up a Bob Layne stands m awe . H alias 4se44 43 fy ' Wm Dick Czuleqer Q 2-'RT . fs, :Q :-- R Tx fn 5, , ,ff A J. , . Ze WQfl'l'lQl'l . . . 15,- Q 1 , A M., 3if,,..,., , , X . fl? .Z ' T if' 'Q 1--Lf" - lose Bermudez . . rl- . - 1 W9 . , ,,,ff,'- . M-'llljkvf . A - - -'WM fm, 5" if L, -. ' 'f 1-- Dvd Rowan , --mf-' mg- lfuulzriaeve Mike Walters Ixm Czuleqer .li LEFT TO RIGHT: Tim Hinkle, Luis Duglio, Larry Purcell. Tony Pozos, Iim Czuleqer. LEFT TO RIGHT: Howard Ingersoll. lock Flint, Dick Culle- qer. Art Buenzli. Mike Walters, Dod Rowan. 45 Us x ' X C , lf On flee shaman . . . fob 0 filairif QQ Ev if-x . fl ' - 4. 'V' 1 'Q ' ff " 7 ' XXW ff P' ff I - If ' . NI with i . n ': -LAX fr 'fr 55 A n k H tr A V , f ' -: ' -ffkl v f X- X , XX" -5. KU' LEFT TO RIGHT FRONT ROW: Willie Orrantia, Bob Traviss, Chip Ohva Chuck Miller Paul Hamrah, Art Hoover. MIDDLE ROW: Larry Farrell Mgr Alfonso Torres Bill King, Mike Parke, Ed Iordan, Ed Chavez Donald Cotter Danny Rupp, Mgr. TOP ROW: Coach Dick Salter Bob Fortmeier Dave Bryson, Chuck King, Tommy Loughman. Irm Marlin Ken Keesler Mgr Chuck King. Sluqqing First Baseman ' u . uf CL ,HL green - -v - ' fa .: S. :iv -f -. 'I-1 f6 --:oh A.:--5 'av -I I , v. U MC " ,, 'r 4 . 1 Ed lordcm Miko Parke Rlqht Field unior arziifg . . . laromiriing ,A 'H K , fl V 1 " :L , 1 " V - ,ez ., "' I' ' 551, ' ' A , , X 1 ' . '- ' 1. - f ' - ,t 4 Q , .. . I, . , T Q Y' Af. ' if 42 It , V! '1,. P M 'Af' X. ,f. ' - .4 -,.- ..- f , QV- AVL, A sa by 4 ' N ' ' t- .P 4 I l , 25. -V A: . ' 1 van - ,. Y AU 4 il-""0fa a0A"0'2 I X,LAN0y ja .van if 4, 5 NF' iv' X'-xi I AFLIA ' 'ULANU QQ g 1 LEFT TO RIGHT. FRONT ROW: Hector Orrantia, Steve Ferrick, Bob Layne, Brian Robertson, Iohn Hamrah. MIDDLE ROW: Marty Hanson, Ioaquin Rivera. Mike Collins, Nick Walz, George Amold. Fred Heaume, Brett Cleaver. Mgr. TOP ROW: Coach Iohn Palumbo, Hank Vachon, Arturo Inlqo, Stanley Hayter, Mike O'Rellly, Howard Moran, Assistant Coach Carlos Torres. iQ' 'Sin 4 nw, , V , Mike LoPresti starts a healthy cut for the ball. He missed! ,pi f or 'fe ,V , -' J f vjqs I J ,E ' . Eiff fff: , fi if 1 942, ,V ' 'f-Qi" faffff ,. V 5 ff-H QZQS-f"?'fP' A , iff! ,- ,.,...N.,,M - I 5. M "W si 2.4 ,. , M 3.2,- ' 1 Iohn Hamrah crosses the plate for another Kitten tally. - ..,.. , . - ,.-... , , . ..,, ..-A , , . 4 ---: s. ,A- - ,-. , -ns i AA , H- - if' win ,muh .- EE .. W - .. f n . 4 a 1 , .- .wgx ., -1 ,. .., I , - 4 w'g9.,yr'-A-5 -1 -, ,rr I '-f"'s,. 5+ Q .A-, t LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Coach DePaqe, Grant Dolan, Bill Nuqent, Neal Iohnson, Carlos Ruiz, Francisco Torres, Bill Coyle, Mqr. SEATED: Iohn Carr, Mike Starbuck, Clayton Carey, Fer- nando Ortiz, lim Martin, Andrew Alvar- ado, Tom Vett. ON GROUND: Steve Brown, Phil Rojas, Bob Winters, Iohn White. Lt r le ll16!Ql"I'lflQI'l . . . LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: lerry Lan- yon, Mgr., Dick Peters, Byron Theurer, Webb Moore, Greg Elshire, Tom Walker, Coach Dave DePaqe. SEATED: Mike Wilson, Ronnie Dunlap, Mike Phillips, Bernard Scoville, Roy Marson, Lee Fitz- qerald, Danny O'Doherty. ON GROUND: Rod Murphy, Iohn McGinn, lim Kelley. Fernando Ortiz Phil H0508 Tom VON U 1 A .sg . 1 E., .. .4 , Andrew Alvarado 13125. in-Av eil' , ...E me sS7ACll'l0l5A00tQl":5 . . . ! lb ' ni , ,- .., -e,1v-f- . V A, . . M 'si a- ' ' 'Y' T gn' .- K : ms , " f .f U X wi an ' .-H - - M--- ..x.Z.-A.:-Q.: -.-ali ' .. - - . - V.. F ' V- V A, I .G ' ha: A P3 1 p 0 fs . Q Q f . - -.l. Q- 1 Lg f ff' iff W V -- Xl ,,1. , - -- . 1-e-, P ., 'f'w.,...., fr 11,93 35 , ,' ' mf 25. 'fl lp-+w?i,,.:M . .- -, .- 1 1-f www- u gQQ5.' ' - ' V ' l 'I ,. 4 3- lan av- 'PI' '5- -'--" Ao 'xx LEFT TO RIGHT: Iohn White, Arturo Inigo, Hunk Vachon, Rod Murphy. Iohn Layne. Ed Iordan. Terry Goggin, Tim Hink- le, Mike Wilson, Bill Coyle. . A -'tw ', - -".' . ' LB-C 'f me rf, ' 1 .uf 4 ip , . 4 Q -Fifwf, '. ., - 4, , t 17' 1. -Lt I- . . . '. '-. I if -A mf ' V I . . Q -em""'- -..-,V-sf .lb - i . f-.,-4,-i ,..f H? 1'- rm- 'L'7y,, I' 7' LEFT TO RIGHT: Ray Adams, Ronnie Dunlap, Mike Warren. Dick Czule- ger, Mike Walters. Ever- ett Downing. Paul Meggi- son. Iohn Hamrah, Mike Collins, Iock Flinl. Tom Walker is at the spol- ting scope. .-A,'63,j,, ,qu-. . as-I ' I 4 . wil, f'g1"2t" ' ,, ' -'ff ?"977'3,'j:'gf::::f-asv . ..., , ,, ' ' .1-"' ilxvr if .YI--. ,,, ,.-J ,.,A-,Vw-,Q . 1 M..- .ff P .. ro n .' ' ""lb-if. LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Farrell, Ioe Mirkovich. Byron Theurer. Wilfrid Roberge, Luis Daglio, Danny Rupp, Bob Trav- lss, Larry Purcell, Iim Czuleger, Bill Randol. Father McLaughlin, rifle club lnslruclor, slandl at lhe spolilnq scope. vqmlfvb 7:4 V,-.r 1 1 , 3. ' -Q-I ig,.,3S. ii ?5J 1:10104 !'3IH4ghU7 .RRIY -RWAXU 41117111 itll' .mf x , x ' 9 flu: Q, " " 10:14:11-M -'lvl M V- 15" , ff l 4 fs . 1' V. . - 1 'li' ,. 'W "qs, gsm , 'iv Q51 - . A , . W 4 ' f -1 .Ap lx A. f m in N ,b. a 1- T4 i f f".1f' .f , ,f .11 ' f. -. If -- ' .Q ,Q .- ,gf , Q Q I 'kv ,, .. gg.. V, 4. fm I 'qi' U' 14. -'F 914- ' ' " f. .. .1 " " Q3 -1 Q. - A A, 1 ,, -.'KXf?Q,?,'5b ez Q- - - F' :WN 1. .4 ' -4 x. 'wk f .S fain ,.. fb 12554.-A ' A 'f 'O . . .,-: A Q ' t F ' f , . , , , F3 1419, -r ,+ 5 f 1 Q uf -'T' f r- 2-H If - J' ' 2- ' 1 PQ -s .V f . .. QQ. A.. , f- Y. V. ,QQ Q. 4 Q5 X. .. 'xi ,443 l " ' -L' 4 'Af ' 'x - . ,I A gf' V V Na+' KAY 45. 'N "' 'l wx 'D QL' f 'ff' . 'lavii' IN - jf?-f a .:5.Z....-f -.i,N,?.', , , ,. 'gi:gE'f-" QU .Kifalij-'5g?iifm5'20f".g'-' - '. ' -ff-' 'I 'Q ' 1- 57' Q Q. gT. , .,f , - L, -. H ' V .ag af, ' N .lilt ,Q 4 ' sf, .U V Yi ur Alyirifuaf weyare . . . -Ill fxg an The opportunity for daily Mass.. .is there a better way to begin our day? The Grotto . . . dedicated to Mary . . . as every Villanovan strives to dedicate his daily lite to Mary. I will go unto the altar ot God . . . to serve Christ in the person ot the priest. 52 qua - .,.1ll-ivvm s - our reason for Lain N af anoua Our retreat master, Father Bleth- en, does a little buffing with the boys between conferences. A I I. I S Til A " . xl X " Q'-n Sodalists of Mary . . . aiming to become exemplary Catholics under the special aid and guidance of the Blessed Mother of God. ,gifuclenfzi Lellinof ine !00fEgLf:5 0 0 Q , 5 I Y x l K w Q xi--D 1 I4 . 1, ' THE A Q Eau CAST, FRONT ROW: Ierry Lanyon, Carlos Torres, Neal Iohnson, Iohn White, Luis Daqlio. STANDING ON STAIRS: Tom Ginella. Dick Tourtelot. lim Kelley, Mike Collins, Ken Keesler, Art Hamer, Bob Sharps. Chuck King, Frank Bacon. . 4 111' Carlos Torres and Tom Ginella are amused by the antics of Frank Bac- on in front of Neal Iohn- son. As the final act draws to a close. Carlos Torres signs the papers to send Ken Keesler and Art Hamer to Happydale. 'tin-"r - OII P06158 JCLU1! all L0.5flfLITlQ5 'lafjrf ,fi fu-. And he talked himself right into that qaq! Don't look in there!" The stage crew qets together at least once. Al Martin was the electrician, Dick Tourtef lot, Bob Sharps and Pete Kiseskey handled the set construction, and Danny Rupp took care of the props and curtain. ' l X I 11 .- fl ournagdfic agigfied an oufdf. . . Editor Frank Bacon and Man- aging Editor Bill Randol talk over the next Issue of the PREP TIMES. J,'.f.j,,,, V 1 . ti'-11 if". ' I t I -Z1-if 'Y' is , gy r:A46?2j'-.-. 5 25.72" - 1 P L7 XE I ri: -r S li ii, QXQ, Q I .4 '54, Sports Editor Tom Vett writes up his "Sportliqhts" with the aid ot assistants Byron Theurer and Ronnie Lopez. Father McLaughlin, moderator of the Prep Times and Villanovan, gives some Pointers to Business Manager Tom Ginella and his assis- tant Bud Daily. i Olftl' QCLI' 00 I1 QU 301' Jia If Uhr limp Glimez A Student Publication of Villanova Preparatory School Ojai, California. Iililor-in-Chief Sport: Editor Managing Edrluv Rrporfnx Typixt . Spovlx Rrpurlns Clrrnlallon Frank Bacon Thomas Vu! Willilm Randol Arthur Hamer Byron Theurer Anthony Poms Daniel Rupp Mrchzel Vllxon jim Kelly Wilfred Roberge , Arthur Hoover George Rowan Terrence Coggin Lnrry Farrell Michlel LoPresKi Molcnlor ..., Rev. Thomas McLaughlin, O.S.A. Printed by The Ojai Publishing Co. li 'X S -1 Larry Farrell. Circulation Manager. prepares the latest Prep Times for ihe mails. 1 Y 0 ICLUQ JOITLQ Z5flfL6!Ql'lt 90UQl"lfll'VlQl'lf. . . l . 4 " Ei 5 Members of the Student Council convene with their moderator, Father McGrath. LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Dick Tourtelot, Iohn Carr, Ierry Lanyon, Frank Bacon, Father McGrath, Mike Collins, lim Kelley. Bernard Scoville, Bernard Louqhman. STANDING: Chuck King, Donald Mclntyre. Byron Theurer, Bud Daily. Prosecuting Attorney Ierry Lanyon cross- examines a witness, Ed Iordan, as the defense confers with their client. .4 R fiiwg l A N 4 I Student Court in action with Defense Attorney Tom Vett examining witness Frank Bacon ag Iudge Tom Ginella stands ready to qive sentence. T'- Dances. . . not too many this year . . . the Senicr dance in November . . . some dancinq at the Christmas Party . . . at the Mardi Gras, too . . . the Sophomore-s qave us "One Enchanted Evening" in April . . . then "the" dance as graduation comes near -the Blue and White Ball. No, not too many, but we remember the dances we went to at St. Catherines and Marymount . . . we had fun . . . we met some nice girls. x . ' ': r 1 ' 2 ,f. M t ociaffg, a ew anced K ur La :S an onw fa e an inferedf FATHERS' CLUB OFFICERS. SEATED: Mr. Thomas Walz, Secretary: Mr. Kenneth Nu- gent, President: Mr. Robert Fortmeier. Vice- President. Father McGrath. Club Moderator and Treasurer, stands behind the ollicers. MOTHERS' CLUB OFFICERS: Mrs. Helen Parke Vice Pres: dent: Mrs. Roberta Theurer, Secretary: Mrs Loretta Walz President: and Mrs. Mary Forbes. Treasurer Standmq Father Kirk. the Club moderator. ,, ' 4- J Y DOY no' ed enqertame Dennis A Comedy his gong an r CGPHV ale d 7 nigAf we remem er 15:2 C The Fathers' and Sons' Banquet lilled the Crystal Room ol the Beverly Hills Hotel to capacity. 'W all W1 Bernard Loughman, President ol the Senior Class. addresses the Fathers and Sons. , , . l . - I . , t t B ' ir '- O6 o U 1 e if-rv t I in ' ' X Bishop Timoth Man- Y ning, the honored guest. brought laughter with his Irish wit. 6l 1 . U: ' Egg. M X K Mrs. DoXores TOYYGS Mr. Chilcott Mr. Sluys pyQ'A ' I, Q kg. . as A ,.5..,, B . 4 P . in I IF: f . J. ,J ' +"iii9"u. uf xii-jixl ' H. ,J . -U., A-4 .4 cy Q Mrs. Ruth Philhps cmd Mrs.Wir1ifred Kosub we KQCQ6 an Aan A Legincl Me acenea . George "Patches" Ross MIS. EUIQ Kunkel -J L: I' I A . X J , . w,g,'r.f .I'l Cup, . ifti "M" '.,. fgffi 4- . ' .T ' 'Y ' . Q v . . ' .1"l' ' 4 " x 1 -- H 'LJ ,.' -.zyflw Q-K .. Mr. Tree Otto Reutcrmorm .N gig .7A0:5e wAo Aegaeaf maLe IQOMIAA fAi5 600A Olll' ,061 fI'0l'l6 A lrsted name rt seems so lnsuttrorent to express our aratr tude to you who have been so aenerous as to ard us rn the tmanclal produotron ot thrs book But may the book rtselt as rt lS the reward ot the staff tor therr hours ot labor be the reward to you our tarthtul and aenerous frrends Auaustrnran Fathers Bronx New York Auaustrnran Fathers Cambrrdae New York Auqustmran Fathers Chestnut Hlll Penn Augustmran Fathers Hollywood Callt Auqustrnran Fathers Lawrence Mass Auqustlman Fathers Rosemont Penn Auaustrnran Fathers San Dreqo Calrt Mr and Mrs RaymondP Adams Dr and Mrs G H Arnold Mrs FrankW Avlla and Mrs Iohn F Bowler Dr and Mrs Floyd Bralhar r and Mrs Iess E Brown Dr and Mrs RoyT Carey and Mrs Ed Carr and Mrs Wayne Chappell and Mrs Frank B Cleaver and Mrs Charles A Colllns and Mrs RobertI Coyle and Mrs Charles Czuleaer and Mrs Luls Daqho and Mrs M1lton F Dally and Mrs HarryA Dart and Mrs Henryl Dockwerler and Mrs Iames R Donnelly Dr and Mrs Claude Drace Mrs Mary Fox Fernck Mr and Mrs E D Flaherty Mr and Mrs R W Fortmerer Mrs Bas1l Fox Mr and Mrs Iack France Mr and Mrs IamesA Gmella Mr and Mrs Georqel' Goqqln Mrs C H Gover Mrs Dorothy Hamer Mr and Mrs N B Hamrah Mr and Mrs Stanley Hayter Mr and Mrs Charles B l-Itnkle The Vlllanovcm Staff Mrs WalterH Hoffman Ir Ahcra Vlllasenor Honold Mr and Mrs Floyd Hoover Mr and Mrs Henry Hunmq Mrs Lou1seB lnaersoll Francrsco lnrgo Dr and Mrs I Dykes Iohnson Mr and Mrs IohnL Iordan Mrs Ieanette Keesler Mr and Mrs Iames C Kelley Iohn A Laqomarsmo Edward G Laubacher I G Laubacher Thomas E Laubacher Dr and Mrs IohnA Layne Mr and Mrs M F LoPrest1 Mr and Mrs B I Louqhman Mr and Mrs Robert Louqhman Iohn F Lydon Mrs L E Manseau and Mrs W1ll1am Marson and Mrs A C Martm Ir and Mrs Iames K Martm and Mrs Iohn W MCGIHH and Mrs A S MCGOH1ql9 and Mrs George D McGrath Robert H McGrath Mr and Mrs W1ll1amA Meqqrson Mr and Mrs Edward S Merrlll Mr and Mrs Charles D M1ller Raquel M1ller Mrs Iohn M1fkOV1Ch Dr and Mrs IamesW Moore Mr and Mrs IosephF Moran Mr and Mrs Kenneth Nuqent Mr and Mrs L I O Doherty Iames C C Malley Mr and Mrs Henry Iohn Ohva Mr. . . . 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Mr and Mrs I R Crrantla Iohn Palumbo Mrs Esther Patro and Mrs Urban Peters and Mrs Thomasl Peterson and Mrs I N Phrllrps and Mrs Paul C Phtllrps and Mrs Antonlo S Pozos George Prueher Dr and Mrs Franc1sA Purcell Mr and Mrs Edward Reaume Mrs A M Rtchards Dr and Mrs Robert P Robertson Mrs Beatr1zA Rotas Mr and Mrs Nelson Rupp Carl G Samuelson Mr and Mrs 'Wrlham H Shallenberger anc and anc Mrs GeorgeD Stephenson Mrs HelgeS Sture Vasa Mrs Geo P Sweeney anc Mrs LeoI Sharps b Mrs Ro and anc anc anc Capt a Mr and erta S Theurer Mrs Franc1scoB Torres Mrs Lou1sA Vachon Mrs A I Vett Mrs M1keVuJov1ch d Mrs Parts Walker Mrs M E Walters Mlchael Warren Mrs Dana W1lson Mr and Mrs Bruno Wrnters Class of l957 Class of l958 Class of l959 0lfl,l" C0l'l'll'l'lQl"ClCL l0Cl,tl"0l'l5 Adler Typewrtter Sales Agency Los Angeles Caltt Allred Matntenance Supply Co Rrversrde Calrt Cal Trontcs Corp Los Angeles Calrt Cozad Refrlgeratron Ventura Calrf Domestlc Cleaners Ventura Caltf Farmers Insurance Group Ventura Callf Earl l-larmonson Equltable Lrte oflowa Ventura Calrf I-lrckey Brothers C1a1 Caht H1llsPharmacy Ventura Calrt HoftsAppl1ances Ventura Cahf Knrghts of Columbus Ventura Councll Gerard Murphy Engrneertng Bu1ld1ng Contractor Burbank Otal Lumber Co CJa1 Calrt OJa1 Pharmacy Olal Calrt Otat Realty Ctar Calrt The Palm Drrve ln Ventura Callt Pepst Cola Bottlrng Co Ventura Calrt Qurck Plumbrng Co Ctar Cahf W F Roberge General lnsurance Bannmg Caltf Schrelber s Wholesale Meat Co Ventura Cahf Shelton Restaurant Monrovla Calrt Sprrnger Company Inc Burbank Calrf Ventura Book Store Ventura Caltt Ventura and Mayta1r Theatres Ventura Caltt Walter1a Market Walter1a Callf Warren General T1re Co Ventura Caltt Westwood Electrrc Tool Company, Los Angeles, Cahf. . . . . 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