Westridge High School - Inlook Yearbook (Pasadena, CA)
- Class of 1958
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Today as never before, youth is aware and apprehensive of the future. We
learn in history class that nations are becoming ever more dependent upon one
another for raw materials, manufactured goods, and for market places. With the
fast rate of increase in population, and far-reaching development in means of
communication, the world has grown smaller. It is now a world-unit, not a series
of individual and unrelated areas.
In physics class we learn that an entire continent can be eradicated from
the earth within five minutes. In the past, enemy territories have fought long and
bitter wars, each contending for self-preservation at the death of the other. Yet,
because these areas were isolated from the rest of the world, and because their
methods of warfare were limited, ruin took place on a small scale. There was
always a victor and his spoils.
However, the twentieth century has witnessed two wars which, because of the
ever increasing interdependence among nations, have involved the entire world.
No longer do soldiers meet face to face on the battlefield. Modern warfare concerns
the long range destruction of the human race within a matter of minutes.
These factors have had a profound effect on contemporary thought. After
rebelling against overemphasis on science and the standardization of modern mass
production and distribution, society has stopped breathless at the brink of a New
Age. The world is experiencing a transition not felt since the Renaissance emerged
from the dim corridors of the Middle Ages. Modern art has attempted to depict
for us what new hopes or horrors exist in the fourth dimension into which we are
fearfully plunging, as did Columbus into the perils of an unknown sea.
Wrenched from the ties of the familiar past, we are bound to assume the
burden of total world destruction, or survival and conquest of the unfathomable
infinitude of the universe.
MRS. JOSEPHINE RODES
We, the Inlook Staff of 1958, dedicate our yearbook to the
teacher who, for the past five years, has characterized the English
classes with her individualism and candid humor. She has conveyed
to us her love of English literature, and above all, has challenged
our ideas and provoked new thought. In recognition of the unique
spirit which she has given to our years with her, we present this
book to the unforgettable Mrs. Josephine M. Rodes.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Frederick S. Bale
Mrs. Hancock Banning, Jr.
Dr. Arthur G. Coons
Mrs. Albert E. Doerr
Mrs. Henry Dreyfuss
Mrs. Harold Gertmenian
Horace N. Gilbert
Mrs. William E. Hale
A. Stevens Halsted, Jr
Herbert Hazeltine, Jr.
Guy R. McComb
D. McKee Morris
Desaix B. Myers, Jr.
Norman S. Nyce
William F. H. Purcell
Kenneth O. Rhodes
. Joseph H. Rose
. Harold C. Simonds
Hallett W. Thorne
MISS GLADYS PETERSON
Each year when our senior class is about to graduate, we who
remain here think we shall never find another class so responsible,
helpful, and full of good ideas as the girls who are about to leave
us. Thirteen years at Westridge have convinced me that each class
is succeeded by one that is different but equally capable of leading
the school successfully. Therefore I congratulate the Class of T958
on their leadership this year and l assure them that the classes
pictured in this lnlook will in turn assume the responsibility of
making Westridge the school which we may all continue to love
and in which we all may iustly take pride.
Head of Upper School, History
Assisfani fo Headmisiress
BARBARA S. MORSE
Head of Lower School, Grade 8
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CLAIRE ALTHEUSER MARIE AVERY CYNTHIA BERNE ELIZABETH BRANDT
English Remedial reading Grade Seven and Lower School French Secrefary
JANE CARMICHAEL MARGARITA FASTABEND LINDA FELAND LELA GEYER
Arl Spanish, French Mafhemafics Sevenlh Grade Hisfory
MAYGENE GIARI ROSALIND GLASSCO CORA HAVERKAMP ANDREE HAAS
Librarian Chemisrry and Physics Assisfanf Treasurer French
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ALMA JUNGHANS MARJORY KNIGHT JOHN LAMB ROSEMARY LONERGAN
Lower School Ari Secrefary Tennis History
LUCY MARTIN LAURA MEEKER SHIRLEY MILLER
Liferafure of Music, Piano Grade Six Physical Education
AMY MORRIS LAURA PELL LLEWELLYN ROBERTS
Nurse Grade Five Voice
DAPHNE SANDERS MONA SAVE SHARON SINEX
Lafin Cafeferia Director Lower School Chorus, Piano Glee Club
CHARLOTTE WILCKE MARGARET WILLETS JOHN RIOS
Physical Educafion Biology Grounds
JAMES T. SATA
Sludent-Faculty Game Monsieur el Madame
Leaving? Faculty Cheerleader
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New Assembly Room
MARGARET PEAY CRAIG
Pnfslnfm or simon cuss
"Speak softly and carry o big slick." Th
CATHERINE RADCLIFFE ANDREWS
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"Sleep thyself in a bowl of summerlimef' Vir
ANNE ROBINSON BAILEY
"There is no fruer frufh obfainable by Man ihan comes
of music." Roberf Browning
SUSAN LADD BARNES
ART Emma OF mloox
"The Amonumenfs of wif survive the monumenfs of
power." Francis Bacon
CLAUDIA WINN BDNNELL
Emma or ounoox
"Great men are those who see that thoughts rule the
world." Ralph Waldo Emerson
FERNANDA WALES CASTELLI
PRESIDENT 0F Amunc Assocumou
"The world belongs to the Enthusiast who keeps cool."
DARLENE DORIS COLEMAN
Civilized man cannot live without cooks." The Earl
MARLENE MARIE coLEMAN
HEAD 0F GREEKS
S is his forte." Rev. Sydney Smith
POLLY PACKARD COPELAND
Asslmm :anon or :moon
"One of the greafesi pleasures of life is conversafion.
Rev. Sydney Smiih.
NANCY LOUISE CURLFITE
VICE-PRESIDENT OF STUDENT BDDY
"Liberty means responsibilify. That is why most me
dread if." George Bernard Shaw
ANNE LLOYD CRDITY
"Admire her for ller wif if she be falking." William
"Everything disiurbs an absent lover." Miguel de
SUSAN ROBERTA EVANS
"Opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings, and
not by the intellect." Herbert Spencer
GAY ANNE GALBRAITH
"Nature sings her exquisite .song to the artist alone -
her son and her master." James McNeill Whistler
TERRY .IO GRIDLEY
"C, for a horse with wings!" William Shakespeare
SUSAN GlASS HOAGLAND
"Hoi and rebellious liquors in my blood." William
MARION ADELE HUGHES
Emma or mloox
"The spirit of frufh and fha spirit of freedom -- they
are fhe pillari of society." Henrik ibsen
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"A mathematician whois capable of reasoning." Plato
MARGARET GODARD JENSON
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"So little done, so much to do." Cecil John Rhodes
CAROLYNN VIRGINIA KAMEN
"I fravelled among unknown men in lands beyond the
sea." William Wordsworth
LUCRETIA FRANCES LARKIN
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DIAN ELIZABETH LINDSEY
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JUDITH ANN LOCHRIDGE
"Nothing greaf was ever achieved without enthusi-
asm." Ralph Waldo Emerson
SARAH HICKS MAGE
PRESIDENT DE STUDENT BODY
"Poised, as the lights in the firmamenf, which have rule
over ihe day and over the night." .lohn Ruskin
CAROL LOUISE MORRIS
"Blue were her eyes as fhe fairy-flax." Henry Wad:
LURA THOMPSON MYERS
rnorosmuv Emma or mmoox
"Gentle and low, an excellent thing in a woman." Wil-
EUZABETH MMDREE NATHAN
"O for a bealrer full of the warm South!" .lohn Keats
"A man is always better than a bookf' Charles Town-
ELIZABETH SEYMOUR OLSON
PRESIDENT or News AND views
"Where the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot
be great." Nicolo Machiavelli
ISABELLA LUISE OTTITZKY
A.r.s. Excmwsf srunsm
"lf you inquire what the people are like here, I must
answer, 'The same as everywhere! " Goethe
MARY ANN PEATMAN
susmfss MANAGER or mloox
"8egone, dull care, you and I shall never agree."
LINDA JEAN PETERSON
"Mafhemafics fakes us info the region of absolute
necessity." Berfrancl Russell
Emrok or srvsuss
"Liberty of thought is the life of fhe soul." Voltaire
KRISTI ADELE SCHIRM
"I laugh'd iill I cried." Arisfophanes
ANNE MCWILLIAMS SUMNER
"Come, sing me a bawdy song: make me merry."
MARGARET WILLARD TAYLOR
urfmv Emma or mloox
"Sunshine, and rain at onceg her smiles and fears."
LYNNE STARR THOMAS
PRESIDENT or wflmf Assocumou
"There was a sfar danced, and under that was I b
HEAD or nomms
"Put not ihy faith in any Greek." Euripides
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CYRENE BUCHANAN WARNE
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ELIZABETH JANE WAYLAND
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ANDREE LOUISE WHiTNEY
"The German hear! is slouf and true." William Ayfoun
JULIA PARKER WINGFIELD
"Within her eyes resides the glory of her dreams."
Was three long mountains and a woodg
I turned and looked another way,
And saw three islands in the bay.
So with my eyes I traced the line
Of the horizon, thin and fine,
Straight around till I was come
Back to where I started from,
And all I saw from where I stood
Was three long mountains and a wood.
Over these things I could not see,
These were the things that bounded me,
And I could touch them with my hand,-
Almost, I thought, from where I stand.
And all at once things seemed so small.
My breath came short, and scarce at all
But, sure, the sky is big, I said,
Miles and miles above my head,
So here upon my back l'll lie
And look my fill into the sky.
And so I looked, and, after all,
The sky was not so very tall.
The sky, I said, must somewhere stop,
And-sure enough! -- I see the top.
The sky, I thought, is not so grand,
I 'most could touch it with my hand!
And, reaching up my hand to try,
l screamed to feel it touch the sky.
I screamed, and-lo!-Infinity
Came down and settled over me,
And, pressing of the Undefined
The definition on my mind,
Held up before my eyes a glass
Through which my shrinking sight did pass
Until it seemed I must behold '
lmmensity made manifold,
Whispered to me a word whose sound
Deafened the air for worlds around,
And brought unmuffled to my ears
The gossiping of friendly spheres,
The creaking of the tented sky,
The ticking of Eternity.
-Edna St. Vincent Millay
Noted for: Her modesty
Suitable song: "l'm Just Wild About Harry"
Usually seen: Masticating Mona's Melba
Suppressed desire: Rapunzel
Hero: Pitchfork Ben Tillman
Noted for: Her father's argyles
Suitable song: "Fling Out the Banner"
Usually seen: Coughing modestly
Suppressed desire: Harpist for the Salvation Army
Hero: Jonathan Edwards
Noted for: Her resemblance to Rita Hayworth
Suitable song: "Long Distance love"
Usually seen: Flushing
Suppressed desire: Car hop at Stan's
Hero: Boss Tweed
Noted for: Her Virginia plantation
Suitable song: "Ten Cents a Dance"
Usually seen: Under the table
Suppressed desire: Decanter
Hero: Jean Paul Sartre
Noted for: Her aplomb in the ring
Suitable song: "l Surrender, Dear"
Usually seen: In the corner
Suppressed desire: Andiron
Hero: Benedict Arnold
Noted for: Her skill at the wheel
Suitable song: "Sweet Leilani"
Usually seen: Up a tree
Suppressed desire: Card table
Hero: Chef Milani
Noted for: Her gaucheries
Suitable song: "You Can't Get
Usually seen: Under the hood
Suppressed desire: Powers model
Hero: John Lamb
Noted for: Her wranglers
a Man With A Gun
Suitable song: "Always True to You ln My Fashion"
Usually seen: Gravitating
Suppressed desire: Merry-go-round
Noted for: Her maritime paramour
Suitable song: "Hey, Hey, Good Lookin' "
Usually seen: In the bathtub
Suppressed desire: Accordionist at Knott's Berry Farm
Hero: Billy Graham
Noted for: Her southern summers
Suitable song: "Till l Waltz Again With You"
Usually seen: Behind the sofa
Suppressed desire: Ghost-writer to Sam Balter
Hero: Jubilation T. Cornpone
Noted for: "What, me worry?"
Suitable song: "Yes, We Have No Bananas Today"
Usually seen: Behind the woodpile
Suppressed desire: Successor to Annie Oakley
Hero: Alfred E. Neumann
Noted for: Her enormous appetite
Suitable song: "Baby, lt's Cold Outside"
Usually seen: Joining the Air Force
Suppressed desire: Eskimo Pie
Hero: Dead-Eye Dick
Noted for: Her caustic comments
Suitable song: "I'm Walking Behind You"
Usually seen: Being radical
Suppressed desire: Champagne Lady at the Aragon
Noted for: Her perennial tan
Suitable song: "A Good Man ls Hard To Find"
Usually seen: Up in the clouds
Suppressed desire: Fuller brush
Hero: Paul Bunyan
Noted for: Her big Buick
Suitable song: "Away ln A Manger"
Usually seen: Combing her mane
Suppressed desire: House mother at Occidental
Hero: Bob Wagner
Noted for: Her temper
Suitable song: "lf You Knew Susie"
Usually seen: Blowing her nose
Suppressed desire: Rumplestiltskin
Hero: Lanny Lewyn
Noted for: Her conservative ideas
Suitable song: "Bye Bye Young Men"
Usually seen: Abstaining
Suppressed desire: President of the A.F. of L.-C.l.O.
Hero: William Tell
Noted for: Collis P.
Suitable song: "l've Been Working on the Railroad
Usually seen: With G. A. G.
Suppressed desire: Jockey
Hero: Pecos Bill
Noted for: Her 'fraternity pin
Suitable song: "Dancing On the Ceiling"
Usually seen: Cramming
Suppressed desire: Mrs. Stewart
Hero: Goody Knight
Noted for: Her "petite fours"
Suitable song: "Don't Let the Stars Get
Usually seen: Hanging out the wash
Suppressed desire: Mother of twelve
Hero: Phillip of Macedonia
in Your Eyes
Noted for: Her ltalian hair cut
Suitable song: "Cuddle Up a Little Closer"
Usually seen: Winking
Suppressed desire: lngenue
Hero: Hamilton Fish
Noted for: Her forty car family
Suitable song: "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"
Usually seen: Consuming her recess coffee
Suppressed desire: Enchilada
Hero: Burritt Wheeler
Noted for: Her last minute minutes
Suitable song: "Ain't Misbehavin' "
Usually seen: Laughing
Suppressed desire: Eagle Scout
Hero: John Foster Dulles
Noted for: Her popularity at the polls
Suitable song: "What a Swell Party This ls"
Usually seen: On the rostrum
Suppressed desire: Rail-splitter
Noted for: Her gait
Suitable song: "Beautiful Blue Eyes"
Usually seen: On the slopes
Suppressed desire: Spyglass advertiser
Hero: Nathaniel Bacon
Noted for: Her Southern gentility
Suitable song: "Ain't She Sweet"
Usually seen: Soliciting for Sergis
Suppressed desire: Yankee
Hero: Sergis Alberts
Noted for: Her cute convertible
Suitable song: "The High and the Mighty"
Usually seen: In her J. A. iumper
Suppressed desire: Orderly
Hero: John Brown
Noted for: Her similarity to Louella Parsons
Suitable song: "lt's the Talk of the Town"
Usually seen: Just around the corner
Suppressed desire: Mute
Hero: Edward R. Murrow
Noted for: Her nylon nightie
Suitable song: "Sincerely"
Usually seen: Under the rug
Suppressed desire: Apathetic American
Noted for: Her attractive accent
Suitable song: "Getting to Know You"
Usually seen: Rushing home after school
Suppresseddesire: Olympic champion
Hero: Tony Sailer
Noted for: Her fairy tales
Suitable song: "Running Wild"
Usually seen: Speeding
Suppressed desire: The Second Mrs. Burton
Hero: Howdy Doody
Noted for: Her Caltech connections
Suitable song: "l Want to Go on a Lovin' Spree
Usually seen: Calculating
Suppressed desire: Organ grinder
Hero: Dr. DuBridge
Noted for: Her impulsiveness
Suitable song: "Who Threw the Overalls ln Mistress
Usually seen: Swinging from the chandelier
Suppressed desire: Miss Muscle Beach
Hero: Beniamin Franklin
Noted for: Her Little lover
Suitable song: "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"
Usually seen: ln the punch bowl
Suppressed desire: Piano player at Zardi's
Hero: Fats Domino
Noted for: Her lost weekends at Laguna
Suitable song: "I'm In the Mood for love"
Usually seen: Dashing out for a drag
Suppressed desire: Miss Rheingold of 1959
Hero: Roscoe Conkling
Noted for: Her capacity
Suitable song: "Golden Boy"
Usually seen: Taking a breather
Suppressed desire: First Lady of the Land
Hero: F. Scott Fitzgerald
Noted for: Her Slenderella Silhouette
Suitable song: "Don't Fence Me ln"
Usually seen: Plucking her eyebrows
Suppressed desire: Queen For A Day
Hero: Antony van Leeuwenhoek
Noted for: Her turquoise T-Bird
Suitable song: "Anything You Can Do l Can Do Better
Usually seen: Heading for the cafeteria
Suppressed desire: Barker at Barnum and Bailey
Hero: Dan Dailey
Noted for: Her Magna Vox
Suitable song: "Just Plain BiIl"
Usually seen: Day-dreaming
Suppressed desire: Wife to William the Conqueror
Hero: H. J. Caruso
Noted for: Her dexterity with the slide rule
Suitable song: "Teach Me Tonight"
Usually seen: With her knapsack and pick-ax
Suppressed desire: Wisdom tooth
Hero: King Tut
Noted for: Our prodigious potato
Suitable song: "The Overweight Blues
Usually seen: Gingerly ascending the Senior stairs
Suppressed desire: Forty-two industrial statesmen
Hero: Senor Rios
Noted for: Her box lunches
Suitable song: "Whistle While You Work"
Usually seen: Explaining
Suppressed desire: General in the Girl Scout Army
Noted for: Her beach beaux
Suitable song: "Love Me or Leave Me"
Usually seen: On her way to Stanford
Suppressed desire: Firefly
Hero: Rudolph Valentino
SENIOR DITCH DAY
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FRONT ROW: Marlene Coleman, Bonnie O'Conor, Dian Lindsey, Julie Wingfield, Wendy Huntington, Sally Mage, Darlene Coleman, Adele
Hughes, Terry Ja Gridley
SECOND ROW: Linda Davidson, Starr Thomas, Cyrene Warner, Margie Craig, Mickey Thompson, Penny Poole, Betchen Wayland, Andrce
THIRD ROW: Anne Crotty, Meg Jenson, Isabella Ottitzky, Lucy Larkin, Betty Nathan, Nancy Corlette, Cathy Andrews, Judy Lochridge,
Carolyn Kamen, Elizabeth Olson, Kristi Schirm '
FOURTH ROW: Susan Hoagland, Anne Sumner, Lura Myers, Fernanda Caslelli, Mary Ann Peatman, Poppy Copeland
FIFTH ROW: Linda Peterson, Susan Evans, Gay Anne Galbraith, Anne Bailey, Carol Morris, Margi Taylor, Susan Barnes
NOT IN PICTURE: Claudia Bonnell
President .... ..,,. M argery Craig
Vice-President .... Cathy Andrews
Secretary-Treasurer ,.... Judy Lochridge
FRONT ROW: Cynthia Nash, Sandra Schaum, Carol Fisher, Isabel Travis, Tenaya Stewart, Elizabeth Pyle
SECOND ROW: Ann Callaway, Janet Norwood, Peggy Sellers, Hillary Haney, Susan Sumner, Elizabeth Currier, Ann Horton, Nancy Ennis, Judy
THIRD ROW: Jane Preston, Julie Valentine, Alice Boynton, Margaret Pohlman, Elsbeth Pearson, Gloria Newhouse, Ashley Read
FOURTH ROW: Barbara Holway, Anne Pierose, Virginia Lief, Marcy Wright, Jean Farrand, Carol Barnum
NOT IN PICTURE: Linda Bandy, Cecily Wilde
President ..,,,, Susan Sumner
Vice-President ..., .,,... B arbara Holway
Secretary-Treasurer ,,,, ,,,. M argaret Pohlman
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FRONT ROW: Robin Frush, Sally Seamans, Harriet Wingler, Marcia Finch, Janet Bartoli, Susan Wheeler
SECOND ROW: Caroline Sweezy, Georgia McClay, Hilde Pechanec, Sarah Cunningham, Wendy Thompson, Nancy Lunge, Sally Sill, Dorothy
THIRD ROW: Victoria Prince, Lois Tuttle, Susan Nelson, Patricia Meek, Carole Fortin, Carolyn Hall, Lucy Gaskill, Margery Ennis, Margaret
Rhodes, Joan van Schegell
FOURTH ROW: Janet Knecht,, Susan Lowrie, Virginia Rice, Susan Quigley, Martha Morse, Patricia Norman, Mary Test
NOT IN PICTURE: Elinor Boynton, Linda Galbally, Sandra Hayman, Lesley Hosfeld, Judith Stever
First semester: President ..,,,..
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Second semester: President ...,,,,,
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FRONT ROW: Mimi Hugens, Dana Wright, Faith Watkins, Mollie Paul, Vicki Odriozola, Nicki Hahn, Pamela Lochhead, Ann Leeds
SECOND ROW: Leslie Eade, Alison Grey, Margo Jenson, Karen Zisch, Lori Price, Betsy Hartwell, Beth Changstrom, Molly Beckerlegge
THIRD ROW: Yvonne Nunn, Susan Bassett, Andi Dorn, Susan Higginbotham, Jane Hoffman, Lynne Bates, Kristi Wallace, Carolyn Morrow
Alice Meyers, Franci Holder, Virginia Corlette
FOURTH ROW: Julie Vinograd, Karla Stromberger, Penny Prince, Nadine Smith, Sallie Marie Anderson, Cathie Matthew
FIFTH ROW: Connie Cutter, Kerry Schuh, Linda Mitchel, Missy Barrett, Barbara Braun, Elisabeth Dunn
First semester: President ........ ..,,. K aren Zisch
Secretary-Treasurer .... ..... S usan Higginbotham
Second semester: President ..,.... ....,,,,, K risti Wallace
Vice-President ......... ....,, M ary Beckerlegge
Secretary-Treasurer ,.:. ,,,,,,,,,s, A Iison Grey
FRONT ROW lseatedl: Nancy Corlette, Sally Mage Ann Pierose
BACK ROW Karen Zisch, Sarah Cunningham Susan Sumner Fernanda Castell: Margie Craig Starr Thomas Kristi
Wallace, Susie Quigley
"Government, even rn its best state, is but a necessary evil " Thomas Paine
Faculty Advisor ...,.
The Big Wheels
Student Body President
This year the Student Council has
sponsored a variety of proiects. One
innovation was the Westridge School
Day in which Student Body officers
from other schools in the area partici-
pated. The council has also revised the
rules of the school constitution in order
to make them more concurrent with
the Honor Code, and has initiated a
plan for a "New Girls' Day" at the
beginning of next year to acquaint
new students with the school life.
The Council feels that students
inevitably involved in everyday prob-
lems, lose sight of the good in living
under the Honor Code. This good
extends into the future, for all life
is based on a code of honor. To pre-
pare us for this future is the goal of
the Westridge Honor Code.
School spirit Anything wrong?
SEATED: Adele Hughes.
STANDING: Margi Taylor, Poppy Copeland, Susan Barnes, Cathy Andrews, Lura Myers, Mary Ann Peatman.
"There are books of which the backs and covers are by far the besf parts." Charles Dickens
Assistant Editor ..,. ..,,,........,,4......,,,, P oppy Copeland
Literary Editors ,,,,, ,,,,.,, C cathy Andrews - Margi Taylor
Art Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A.,,,.,,,cc.....sY.,,.......... S uson Barnes
Photography Editor cccc.. ..,.........,.,.. L uru Myers
Business Manager Y,,,, ,,.,,, M Clry Ann Pectlmtin
Faculty Advisor ..,. .,,,,....f,,,,,,, M FS- HGH
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STANDING: Penny Poole, Cheri Colby, Susan Nelson, Jane! Norwood, Andree Whitney, Belly Nathan, Ginger Rice
SITTING: Alice Myers, Mickey Thompson, Slarr Thomas, Judy Lochridge, Isobel Travis.
NOT IN PICTURE: Barry Zorthian
President ,7,,...,.,, ,..... S Iorr Thomas
Faculty Advisor A7,7.,., Mrs. Hall
Weslridge Carnival 1957
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STANDING: Caroline Sweezy, Betchen Wayland, Elsbeth Pearson, Anne Bailey, Ginger Rice, Susan Evans, Margaret
Taylor, Nancy Ennis, Barbara Holway, Ann Callaway, Carolyn Hall, Betsy Pyle, Margie Craig
"This news is old enough . . ." Shakespeare
Editor ...........,... ..............,.......,.,... P enny Poole
Assistant Editors ..e.... ,.,... M argi Taylor - Anne Bailey
Advertising Manager .,,. ....,......, ,,....,..s.. C a rol Morris
Faculty Advisor ......... ..,,. M iss Sanders
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FRONT ROW: Belchen Wayland, Starr Thomas, Andree Whitney, Susan Quigley, Isabella Ollilzky, Virginia Corletle
BACK ROW: Darlene Coleman, Virginia Lief
' SCHARFENBERG COMMITTEE
"A mygfic bond of brollfzerhood makes all men one." Thomas Carlyle
Head ,,,,..,.....7,,, .,,,. A ndree Whitney
Faculty Advisor .......,,,. Mrs. Hall
Tapestry mode by Scharfenberg sludenls
Susan Nelson, Elizabeth Olson, Marcy Wright
"The disinterested and patriotic find their way to the control of affairs." Edward Everett
President ,...,,.... ....., E lizabeth Olson
Vice-President .... .,,,. M arcy Wright
Secretary ,,,,....,,,, .....,,, S usan Nelson
Faculty Advisor ,,,,,, ,,,,,, M iss Edmundson
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SEATED: Terry Jo Gridley, Marcy Wright, Claudia Bonnell
BACK ROW: Mimi Hugens, Frances Holder, Susan Barnes, Nancy Ennis, Ann Callaway, Caroline Sweezy, Judy Loch-
ridge, Cathy Andrews, Dorothy Kieffer
"His amazing how little literature there is in the world." Samuel Johnson
Editor .r,,V........e,, ..,t C laudia Bonnell
Assistant Editor e,.... Marcy Wright
Faculty Advisor .,,, ....., M rs. Rodes
Noon meetinq Faculty advisor
FRONT ROW: Cathy Matthew, Penny Prince, Ginger Rice, Betty Nathan, Poppy Copeland, Nancy Corlette, Sally
Seamans, Harriet Wingler, Cyrene Warner, Julie Wingfield, Cathy Andrews, Murcia Finch, Sandy Hayman,
Barbara Holway, Joan Jardine, Susan Quigley, Pat Norman
SECOND ROW: Carol Barnum, Mollie Paul, Marcy Wright, Leslie Eade, Barbara Braun, Pamela Lochhead, Faith Watkins,
Hilde Pechanec, Anne Pierose, Mary Beckerlegge, Virginia Corlette, Janet Knecht, Jean Farrand
THIRD ROW: Starr Thomas, Susan Sumner, Karen Zisch, Judy Stever, Marny Ennis, Carol Fisher, Judy Lochridge,
Betchen Wayland, Margaret Pohlman, Cynthia Nash, Wendy Thompson, Linda Galbally, Sally Mage, Linda
FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Kamen, Andree Whitney, Anne Bailey, Susan Nelson, Pat Meek, Vicki Prince, Sarah
Cunningham, Anne Sumner, Alison Grey, Carolyn Hall, Wendy Huntington, Terry Jo Gridley, Darlene Coleman,
Fernanda Castelli, Bonnie O'Conor, Adele Hughes
BACK ROW: Jane Preston, Joan von Schlegell, Ashley Read, Janet Norwood, Nancy Ennis, Kristi Schirm, Gay Anne
". . . and the singers chanting dirges." Augustine Duganne
President ......:... .......,.............................,,.......... .,......,.,............,,.,,, C y rene Warner
Vice-President ..,.. ,,,:..,,, J ulie Wingfield
Director ........f... .,,,. Mr. Howard Swan
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FRONT ROW: Alice Myers, Cathy Matthew, Mimi Hugens, Anne Sumner, Sally Sill, Penny Lawrie, Robin Frush, Virginia
SECOND ROW: Lura Myers, Wendy Huntington, Betsy Currier, Frances Holder, Dorothy Kieffer, Marny Ennis, Kerry
Schuh, Beth Changstrom, Susan Wheeler
"lf's clever, but is it art?" Kipling
President ,,........ ....... A nne Sumner
Faculty Advisor ..,., ..... M iss Carmichael
Artist ot work
FRONT ROW: Margarel Bothwell, Maria de Truiillo, Wendy Wilson, Joyce Melcalf
SECOND ROW: Sarah Cunningham, Frances Holder, Karen Zisch, Anne Bailey, Gay Anne Galbraith, .lanel Barloli, Julie
Wingfield, Jean Farrand
MMUSIC ASSEMBLY COWMMITTEE
Head ..,,...,......, ,..... A nne Bailey I
Faculty Advisor ,..,. ,.,.. M rs. Marlin
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BACK ROW: Jean Farrand, Nicki Hahn, Cecily Wilde, Kristi Schirm, Joan von Schlegell, Gay Anne Galbraith, Cynthia
Nash, Isabel Travis, Betsy Pyle.
"Sports like these are all their cares." Goldsmith
President ....,.i.. ,.,.,. F ernanda Castelli
Vice-President .... ......,...,.. J ean Farrand
Secretary .,,......., .......,...,. J oan von Schlegell
Faculty Advisors ..... .,,.,,. M iss Miller - Mrs. Wilcke
Cecily Wilde lAssislanl Captain of Greeksl, Marlene Coleman lCapIain of Greeksl, Mickey Thompson lCap
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GREEK AND ROMAN OFFICERS
SCHOOL CHEER LEADERS
FRONT ROW: Cecily Wilde, Betsy Pyle, Susan Sumner, Peggy Sellers, Isabel Travis, Linda Davidson
SECOND ROW: Anne Bailey, Janet Norwood, Marlene Coleman, Carol Morris, Sally Mage, Kristi Schirm lHeadl
Terry Jo Gridley, Joan von Schlegell, Tenaya Stewart, Gay Anne Galbraith
BACK ROW: Mary Ann Peatman, Marcy Wright, Jean Farrand, Cathy Andrews, Fernanda Castelli, Poppy
Copeland, Nancy Corlette, Mickey Thompson, Wendy Huntington, Adele Hughes
i Putting up the net
KNEELING: Adele Hughes, Mickey Thompson, .lean Farrand, Marcia Wright, Susan Quigley, Betsy Pyle Peggy
Sellers, Tenaya Stewart, Isabel Travis, Nora Boynton, Ann Crotty, Karla Stromberger
STANDING: Fernanda Castelli, Wendy Huntington, Cecily Wilde, Cynthia Nash, Elizabeth Dunn Sally Mage
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tine, Gay Anne Galbraith
BACK ROW: Karla Stromberger, Fernando Castelli, Jean Farrand, Nancy Corlette, Isabel Travis
Inter-School Swimming Meet at Chadwick
STANDING: Barbara Braun, Adele Hughes, Sally Mage, Vicki Odriozola, Darlene Coleman lHeadt, Betsy Pyle
Lori Price, Marlene Coleman, Mickey Thompson, Poppy Copeland
KNEELING: Joan von Schlegell, Kristi Schirm
Westridge Tennis Tournament
Judy Lochridge tHead of Badmintionj, Terry Jo Gridley tHeud of Bosebullt, Wendy Huntington
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KNEELING: Alison Grey, Sallie Anderson, Cecily Wilde
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SEATED: Leslie Clarke
LOWER SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL
"Youth and age are equally a burden." Plato
President ,,,,,,,,,,, ..... C am Purcell
Vice-President ...... ...... S usan Pierose
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President, First Semester ....Cw.,...L...,..L.,v7...,L..LV......,.............Lw.....,.... Margy Edmondson
President, Second Semester ..,.,.............,,.C........,.,........s,......,....s...........L. Peggy Omori
Head of Greeks ..,...,..,....,s......,,s......,.. .....,.s...,.,....s.....s,s,,...,,.......,,..... S heryl Hayman
Head of Romans .,L,...,..s,.,,,s.....s..,....s.....A,..s.......,.,.,,....Y.....,.s..,......., Fronces Seamons
LOWER SCHOOL RIDING CLUB
KNEELING: Lydia Charlton, .loan Valentine, Susie Eldridge, Barry Zorthicn
STANDING: Sheryl Hayman, Martha Anderson, Lesley Tannahill, Linda Lashley, Margaret Bothwell
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SECOND ROW: Mariorie Edmondson, Lynn Penner, Jean Clark, Anne Wilson, Sallie Jordan
THIRD ROW: Susan Pierose, Margaret Bothwell, Whitney Smith, Lesley Tannahill, Linda Lashley, Cheryl Mangam, Joan Valentine
FOURTH ROW: Margaret Omori, Sheryl Hayman, Kathryn Snow, Barbara Ascue, Lynne Helpbringer
FIFTH ROW: Jane Harper, Cheri Colby, Kathleen McCloskey, Leslie Clarke, Elizabeth Miracle, Carol Mills
NOT IN PICTURE: Anne Purcell, Barry Zorthian
President ,..,....,, ,,.,:..,.. J ean Clark
Vice-President ,,,.., ...,.. W hitney Smith
Secretary-Treasurer ,.,.,, Linda Lashley
President ......,. ,....... S usan Pierose
Vice-President .,,,.... ..... T eddy Disterdick
Secretary-Treasurer ,,,. A ,,..,. Carol Mills
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FRONT ROW: Susan James, Caroline Grey, Susan Eldridge, Susan Stratton, Carolyn Metcalf
SECOND ROW: Karen Robinson, Toni Hehr, Elissa Hugens, Wendy Wilson, Lynne Tsuboi
THIRD ROW: Linda Warren, Sharon Donnelly, Kirsty Russell, Ann McCook, Carol Cartwright
FOURTH ROW: Charyl Woodward, Patricia Baird, Teresa Omori, Molly Rhodes, Jane Barnes
FIFTH ROW: Anne Robertson, Lorilee Temple, Leslie Wheeler, Janet Sill, Gudrun Wilcke
NOT IN PICTURE: Margaret Oslendorf
FRONT ROW: Penelope Dumm, Nancy Smith, Virginia Pohlman, Victoria Stevens
SECOND ROW: Cynthia Oldfield, Polly Wheaton, Georgia Lynch, Kathleen McGrath, Daphne Cates
THIRD ROW: Cynthia Clarke, Nancy Causey, Maria de Trujillo, Lydia Charlton
NOT IN PICTURE: Robin Galbally, Lee Matthew, Ann Roulac
President ,,,,,A, r,A,,, G eorgia Lynch
Vice-President ....e.,, ..,,, C indy Clarke
Secretary-Treasurer ,,,, .,... N ancy Causey
President ...... ...,., C indy Clarke
Vice-President .,,..,..., .7.,. N ancy Causey
Secretary-Treasurer ,.., ,..,7 D aphne Cates
FRONT ROW: Claire Burnham, Judith Holmes
SECOND ROW: Lynn Yoakum, Joyce Metcalf, Ellen Eckis, Sheryl Pruitt, Wendy Curtis
THIRD ROW: Susan Ziegler, Alison Webster, Justa Cartwright, Susan Schuh
NOT IN PICTURE: Barbara Brown, Sarah Greene, Deborah Sill
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Mr. Peter Geddes, Jr. and Mrs. lrene Annette
Mr. Dan Taylor and Mrs. Verda Glenn
Mrs. Charles Katzman
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