San Marino High School - Titanian Yearbook (San Marino, CA)

 - Class of 1956

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However, as this page is being written, the Titanian is still practically non-existent. At the present time you can find it spread out in room 55 in the form of snapshots, schedules, discarded sheets of paper containing misspelled names, and a group of I8 frustrated people. We, the staff, are in the midst of trying to co-ordinate our collective ideas to be bound neatly between two blue and white covers. Yesterday we were overjoyed with our progress and optimistic toward the fu- ture of this book. Today we find that all the club pictures will have to be re- taken lthey were ruined in developingl and copy will have to start all over again lthe finished stories seem to have disappeared somehow.l Tomorrow and the next day will be alternately encour- aging and discouraging, and so the time will pass until the last page is safely at the publishers - and the staff can turn to something relaxing for a change, such as homework. But until that day of the final deadline we will continually be trying to put out an annual that is consistent and takes into consideration your personal desires and interests. And we're looking for- ward to that day when at last we can look at our finished work and proudly say, "Here it is, your i956 Titanian . . 64461 EDITOR, 1956. -nurmw '-', '- if J ,f ff 1 Pix .igkv f""""'5N X 9 'L LJ DEDICATION to your pioneering spirit which has paved the way . . to the tour memorable years of achievement . . . to your numerous traditions which shall live through the years to your sincere loyalty and boundless enthusiasm . . . to all this and more we proudly dedicate the 1956 Titanian to you, the first graduating class of San Marino High . . . 3 5 X Mx N , X ! Q 0 U 3- 0 ,LLL Nl I xx 'san mano msn school 1 - -A PROJECT2 znonowzs: wusugnggq-sunu CONTRACTOR: VK MART!!! Q CDUR SCHGGL H M 'IP'-vw SAN MARINO HIGH SCHOOL J" A A 1 MH' " "' ' BECCDMES ... 7 ,Q 5 E Z f 1 ,xo ,. T 1 ii,-'F 21 ' ' fy ',:7.u, ' H. J 'iil"',I'Q .,,dX.,., -MF . ,A -,, , ,WZ me ,xx k .1535 f:w,,51,b Color by Pun! Kuv1TSTud,o Y 1 The face above and those on the opposite page are probably familiar to you, they have appeared many places beneath the cap- T tion, "School Board." But MR- ELMER C- NEHER do you realize the close relationship which exists betweenthisgroupofmen and San Marino High School life? If there is need for a new building on campus or a question arises about interpreting a school policy, it is this council which weighs the matter and makes the final decision. Mr. Elmer C. Neher, Superintendent, and Mr. Walter Dingus, Principal, bring each major problem of the school to the board. These same men have served since SMHS was founded, and through these past four years of rapid development they have continually directed its growth. Their decisions, advice, and approval have established the policies which you, the Student Body, carry out. 12 Y i ' 7' SCHCDOI. BCDARD Left To right, Don S. Hammock, Jr., Don R. Ellis, L. Bruce Alexander, Mourice Jones, Jr., Elmer l C. Neher, Alex Robertson, Robert F. Treuer. I3 PRINCIPAL To the Seniors who are receiving their diplomas of graduation, we, the faculty, wish to extend our sincere congratulations. You have proved yourselves to be capable leaders and worthy pioneers during our organizational years. The Opportunity to work for you and with yOU has been both a distinct privilege and a highly Cherished pleasure. It is our most desired hope that your educational experiences will prove more than adequate to meet and master the prob- lems you face. The books of life are balanced from the daily entries which you make. ln turn, these entries will be determined by what you do with your initiative to work, your power of reasoning, your application of acquired knowledge, and the benefit you gain from constructive criticism. These are the assets with which you must offset the liabilities encountered. Within your control is the pen of life which will write the closing entry in your ledger. Only when this balance is shown as a profit can your job as life's bookkeeper be considered successful. Principal MISS EMILY WALTERS MR- PHIL STEPHENS VICE PRINCIPALS Did you ever spend a noon period waiting in the hall between the vice- principals' offices, wondering when one of the doors would open? Did you ask yourself, "What could they possibly be doing in there for so long?" And probably when the 1:55 bell rang, the doors opened and a student or two emerged from each. Who were they? One might have been the "wise guy" who set fire to a trash can the day before. Maybe one was a senior with questions about college board exams, an AFS exchange student, the Girls' League president, or a Student Council member. All of these students come under the direct supervision of a vice-principal. Discipline of all four classes is a maior responsibility handled by the two, college entrance requirements and vocational guidance of seniors is another. Besides many other duties, Miss Walters is head sponsor of the Girls' League and over-all supervisor of the counseling system. Mr. Stephens serves as Boys' Forum sponsor and advisor to Student Council, representing the principal. 15 MISS HELEN McLERAN MR. JACK BRADFORD COUNSELORS "But how do I know whether or not l'll like that college?" "Do you think I can carry five solid courses?" "My teachers give me too much homework!" If these problems have a familiar ring you probably are well acquainted with one of the quartet above. Every student is assigned to a counselor who, through frequent "gripe and guidance" sessions, helps him make those important decisions of his high school career. The incoming freshman first meets his counselor in the capacity of orientation teacher. Working together throughout all four years of high school, the two get to know each other well and the counselor can better advise the student concerning future plans. MRS. CAROL FLANAGAN MR. DUANE WHITE OFFICE STAFF lt has been said that if every secretary in the United States should take the same day off, business would be forced to a standstill. This statement is open to argu- ment, of course, but one thing is sure. San Marino High School would be in a rather pathetic state if these three, its office staff, should be among the missing. In the main office, with Miss Taylor gone, the telephone would ring endlessly, no call could reach its destination since the master switchboard would be inactive. Sup- plies could not be issued to teachers, Mr. Dingus would be minus a secretary, and no receptionist would greet and direct visitors. Things would be no better down the hall in the at- tendance office. Who's absent? Does that alibi deserve an excused tardy pass? Nobody would know without Miss McClain to keep up-to-the-minute accounts of who is where, when. And can you imagine the confusion in the guidance office? There, a crowd of assorted students and coun- selors would be vainly trying to get together for con- ferences. lt's a nice trick if you can do it without request slips, appointments, and scheduling. Miss Boyle's ab- sence would be especially noticeable at report card time, since recording and filing grades is another of her maior projects. If there are any indispensable people at SMHS, its office staff would head the list, Miss Pauline Taylor GW-' Miss Mary McClain Miss Nancy Boyle FACULTY FRANK ARMENDARIZ SPANISH "Adios, close." MISS CAROLEE BROWN Dont resrrucf yourself rll SOUAL SCIENCE ENGLISH superb or for the buds Do you want to find out who? happens 'nk that chnchmt hs ry is rf you Talk before the end of clcss9 fe: ,Jar -ur THERESE COSCARELLI MR. CHARLES COSTARELLA MR. ROBERT COURSEY MR- CARL CRANE LIBRARIAN MUSIC MATHEMATICS SOCIAL SOENCE COMMERCIAL "No ecmng, please." "Who phreyv fl-Ie gum in my tuba?" "Remember, you only need fIve Checks 'll ClOV1l' l4"1OW Gfwlll H9 Gbow il-H for o defmiency no1Ice." ,AQ ARCHIBALD FARMER MR. ROBERT FELLMAN MR. RUSSELL FLOAN MRS. MAWON FURNA5 MATHEMATICS SCIENCE MATHEMATICS MATHEMAUC5 ,plus x wIll you please shut your "Cl1emis9ry iln't hard-iI's just thot most "Hur, hor, yOu're ull flunknngf' lllml remmds me Ol 'lm Mme l WGS ln O quols 3X',, people dorm pass HU.. class wnlw one olher gurl and Ihe rest were soilorsl' MRS, LORA GEORGE MR. VERNON JONES MISS MARY IQINCHELOE MISS ELAINE IEBU5 SOCIAL SCIENCE ENGLISH ENGLISH DRAMATICS HOMEMAKWG s supposed To be the joy of teach- "Now, why didn'r I Think of that?" llDGl'1ll'1Q, The ploy's the thing." -Who ,Umed off me mdmy- cl senior class-no disciplIne." MR. GARLAND LEWIS MISS MARILYN LOWERY MR. ROBERT MAHONEY MR. LOUIS MCCREERY ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ENGLISH ATHLETICS - DR.VER EDUCATION MATHEMATICS I BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION "Of course." "ls that the way Schwenk does it?" "Fec:sibIe." "Okay now, men, this is insubordinctionf' x I I 20 MR. WILLIAM MINGER SCIENCE "No worm, in whole or port, is leave this room under its o power or anyone eIse's." . MR. JAMES POOLEY ATHLETICS SCIENCE "I agree with Schwenkf' ANNA MARIE SIMPSON SPANISH FRENCH we will sing a song in Spanish" MRS. GERTRUDE TUTTLE FRENCH "Ne parlez pas." MR. SAMUEL ROGERS MRS. MARILYN ROSE MR. VICTOR SCHWENK SPANISH ENGLISH HOMEMAKING ATHLETICS DRIVER EDUCATION "En ESPANOL por favor." "Now isn't that the sweetest little "Hit 'em so hard that you wrap 'em thing?" around the goaIpostI" MISS MARIE STEINER COMMERCIAL a s d f space, semi-colon I k i space MR. JOSEPH VOLZ LATIN "I became a teacher to get revenge." MR. ALLEN STERRIS INDUSTRIAL ARTS "Loy off, you guys." MR. FRANK WHITE DRIVER EDUCATION "You think tI'iat's bad? Now when I was in the Marines . . MR. JAMES STRANG DRAFTING "Don't you know a square from a circle?" MR. CHARLES WILLARD ART ATHLETICS 'Maybe you dont know it, but there's a Cee game today." Ji- MAINTENANCE Before arriving on campus each morning mosT of you are picked up by one of SMHS's bus driv- ers, aT noon you enioy a warm meal, The resulT of San Marino's cafeTeria crew, during phys. eol. you rely upon The services of TiTan gym assis- Tanfs. However, affer The 2:55 bell has rung, an im- porTanT parT of The mainTenance crew is leTT unobserved. Long inTo The nighT, a crew of cus- Todians carry on The Task of cleaning each class- room, preparing The campus for The following day. This is our mainTenance crew, working in every way To make our life aT SMHS a happy and comforTolole one. ln exchange for Their efTorTs, we express our sincere appreciaTion. School Nurse Bus Drivers ll UNIFIED SCH M. .gal " 'A , A-Q ., 1 A if ' JI' 1... . . , , 1, 4 wr. ,J K '-' "'r. ' f .,, ., , ' . w A ta 154 lm ,MQEF Q . 2,-if f, -fi 3, Ld! tw s . Aix' Q rx lf- Y, ' " 3' 'lg , :X ,xg ' ,- . :fy ,N .-7'Ff 75'X"r ' ',f"fJv 0' Nags ' -llihav' f ' 1 Y '4 Q .911 . A V A .fs - I N . ,-5-f:f5gf,',114-Q... Ur' ' 3,-IS, 'ilu Af .Q -e A 11" aging , , 'Xxx I 3351! NE . -. 'W 21 y if-q . V ,ft in ye we' , '-K-flafi' Jw J wry, DENNIS DePRY, president A senior may be found anywhere . . . working in the con- cession stands, clearing away debris left at football games, or displaying his talent at the Senior Showboat, he can be found watching an assembly in his aqua sweater, and yet at the same time he'll be worrying about his future . . . mentally adding up those all-important grades, dreading the College Boards, and hoping he'll make the right choice concerning his next four years. Our senior has two sides . . . he is the carefree student enjoying the spring play, and he is a solemn member of the first graduating class, proudly stepping forward to re- ceive his diploma, he is the character in a derby hat attend- ing a basketball game, and he is the person respected for his leadership and responsibility in setting up. the traditions that will remain throughout the years at San Marino High. The effects of our senior will never be forgotten, nor will he himself ever forget being a senior. He will always look back on his high school life, and its climax . . . the cele- brating and reminiscing at the all-night party during Grad Night, the very last time that he was a senior. CLASS CDF ' 56 PAT TURNER JEAN GOERTZ BOB CAMPBELL SHIELA PENNEY vice president secretary treasurer social chairman JEANETTE ACKMAN CSF, 2 Spanish Club, l, 2 GAL, 'l Pepettes, 3, 4 Social Committee, 4 Tri-Y Secretary JOHN ALBERS Football, I, 2, 3, 4 CSF, 3 Lettermens Club, l, 2, 3, 4 DIXIE LEE ANDERSON JSA President, 4 CSF, 3 Titanian Advertising Staff, 4 JSA Vice4President, 3 Tri-Y, 3, 4 Entered Junior Year JOHN ANDREW Swimming, 3, 4 Football, l, 2, 3 Basketball, 2, 3 Lettermens Club l, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club, l BOB ANGELL Football, l, 2, 3, 4 Track, l, 2, 3, 4 Captain, 3 Class Treasurer, 3 Spanish Club, 1, 2, 3 Lettermens Club 'l, 2, 3, 4 BOB ANGUS Track, 3, 4 Latin Club, 'l, 2 Baseball, I, 2 Social Committee, I Titanian Business Committee, l LARRY ARZOUMANIAN Class President, 2 Radio Club, 3, 4 Hi-Y, 3 Basketball, 2 Pep Commission, 3 Audio Visual Crew, 4 ANDREW BACHER Science Club President,3 CSF Treasurer, 3 Trock, 3, 4 Concession Manager, 4 CSF, 2, 3 Entered Sophomore Yeor G-53 as MARY ANN BARLOW Latin Club, l, 2 GAL, 3 Tri-Y, 2, 3, 4 ANDY BARNHOUSE Football, I, 2, 3 Swimming, 3, 4 Track, l, 2 Sociol Committee, l, 2, 3 Ski Club, 3, 4 MIDGE BARRINGER FTA, 3, 4 Tri-Y, l,,2, 3,4 Spanish Club, I, 2 JERRY BATSON GAL, 2, 3, 4 GAL Vice-President, 3 Pepettes, 3, 4 French Club, 3, 4 Science Club, l, 2 Photography Club, l JOAN BERGER Spanish Club, 2, 3 GAL, 2 Tri-Y, l, 2, 3 GLENELL BERGREN Pepettes President, 4 Pepettes, 3, 4 Football Princess, 1 Tri-Y Council President, 2 Red Cross Council President, l CARMEN BISZANTZ Song Leader, 1, 4 Spanish Club, l YOLANDA BLOZAN GAL, 2, 3, 4 Pepettes, 3, 4 Spanish Club, l Tri-Y, l, 2 'H-li AMC' 1, 4. Y' II' -4 X X A ED BLUTH Baseball, l, 2, 3 Lettermens Club, l Ski Club, 2, 3, 4 HALL BREHME Radio Club, 3,4 French Club, 3 Science Club, 2, 3, Latin Club, 2 Ski Club, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y, 2, 3 MARILYN BROWN Class Vice-President, 2 Girls' League Social Chairman, 3 Pep Commission Representative, 4 BRUCE BRUNNER Football, I Swimming, 4 Science Club, I Art Club, I, 4 Drama Club, i Hi-Y, i, 2, 3,4 ALLAN BUDD Science Club, 3, 4 Latin Club, 3 Football, l Baseball, I, 4 Basketball Manager, I Debate Team, 3 French Club' 3' 4 CLARK BUSWELL Spanish Club, 1, 2 Titan Shield Staff, 4 Titan Shield Staff, 2 Audio Visual Crew, 4 GORDON BROWNLEE Football, l, 2, 3, 4 ' il Track, l, 2 Swimming, 3, 4 A, -f Spanish Club, , 3 4 ' L- , Basketball, 1 GEORGE Burierewonri-i 'la BOB CAMPBELL Class Treasurer, 4 AFS Representative, 3 Concession Manager, 3 School Play Lighting Director, 2, 3, 4 Auditorium Stage Manager Entered Sophomore Year BARRY CHASE DON CARR ASB President, 4 Boys' Forum Vice-President, 3 Class Social Chairman, 2 Science Club, 3, 4 DUANE Cl-HPMAN Prometheans, 4 Titanian Staff, 3 Entered Sophomore Year Entered Sophomore Year JOHN CHADSEY CAROL CIRRITO Camera Club, 4 CSF, 1, Q, 3 Audio Visual Crew, 4 D,-gmc, Club, Q, 3 AFT Club, l, 3, 4 Debate Team, 3 Stage Crew. 4 School Play Cast, 2, 3 Hi-Y, T, 2, 3 Lion's Club Speech Contest, 2, 3 Drama Club, l Pepettes, 4 RICHARD CHALK PAUL CLARK ASB Athletic Commissioner, T, 4 Lettermens Club, T, 2, 3, 4 Boys' Forum President, 3 Football, l, 3 Prometheans, 4 Swimming, 3 Boys' Forum Secretary, 2 Spanish Club, l, 2 CSF, I, 2 Science Club, T Track, I, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y, l, 2 x N. . 2 N. , 4, ., L ,Amr SUSAN CLARK Pepettes, 3, 4 Spanish Club, I, 2 Art Club, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Y, l, 2, 3,4 SUZANNE COBLENTZ Girls' League Secretary, 2 Latin Club President, 3 Entered Sophomore Year ED COYLE Lettermens Club, l, 2, 3, 4 Track, l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball, l, 2 Football, l, 2 SPENCER CRANE Football, l, 2, 3,4 Track, 1, 2, 3, 4 Lettermens Club l, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club, I, 2 Nominating Committee, l Hi-Y President, I CAROL CONE DENIS CRAWFORD Pepettes Treasurer, 4 Prometheans, 4 CSF, 1, 2, 3 Football, 2, 3, 4 GAL, 1, 2 ,3, 4 Boys' Forum Secretary, 4 GAL Treasurer, 4 Science Club Vice-President, 3 Tri-Y, l, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Y Council Treasurer, 4 TOM COTTLE Football, 1, 2, 3,4 Captain, 2 Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4 Tennis, I, 2, 3, 4 Captain, 3 ASB Athletic Commissioner, 3 CSF, 2, 3 Entered Sophomore Year JOY CRAWFORD French Club, 3, 4 Pepettes, 3, 4 French Speaking Contest, 3 Tri-Y, 3, 4 Entered Junior Year . 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Q, , A by 1 .:,q:g:5'1 Q' T amiga ,fe -Q' L X, mow' DOUGLAS CUNNINGHAM DENNIS DE PRY Titan Shield Editor, 4 Class President, 4 CSF President, 4 Class Vice President, 3 ASB Treasurer, TB Audio Visual Crew Captain, 2, 3 Constitution Committee, i Hi-Y Vice President, 3 Science Club President, 2 CSF Program Chairman, 3 Hi-Y Outstanding Member, 2, 3 CSF, l, 3 YVONNE DE WOLF Essay Contest 3 R D ' MA Y AVIES Third Prize Science Fair, 3 Tri-Y, A Science Club, 3, 4 French Club, 4 Science Club Secretary, 3 GAL, 4 CSF, l, 2, 3 Entered Senior Year French Club, 4 CAROL DONATH JOAN DAVIS CSF, 3 French Club, 4 GAL, 3 Latin Club, l Tfl'Y, 3, 4 gy, 1' 3 Entered Junior Year MARY DWIGHT Songieader, 4 Football Princess, 3 CSF, I, 2, 3 JUAN DE LA FUENTE , Ski Club' 3' 4 Social Committee, 'l, 3 AFS Foreign Exchange Student Latin Club President, I S fe 0 If CATHERINE EGGLESTON Ski Club, 2, 3, 4 Titan Shield Staff, 4 French Club, 3, 4 Social Committee, I, 2, 3, 4 Pepettes, 3 Latin Club, I, 2 KATIE ELLERBY Girls' League Representative, 2 Girls' League Treasurer, 3 , Tr.-Y,1,2,3,4 Tri-Y Vice President, 3 Entered Sophomore year SKIP FACE Track, l, 2, 3, 4 Most Valuable Player, 2, 3 Football, 2, 3, 4 CSF, I, 2, French Club President, 2 Ski Club, 3, 4 MICHAEL FAITH Boys' Forum Program Chairman, A Science Club, 3, 4 Basketball, 3, 4 Tennis Manager, 3, 4 Ski Club, 3, 4 Entered Junior year NANCY FALKENBURG Song Leader, I, 2, 3 Head Song Leader, 3 Pepettes, 4 Alma Mater Committee, 3 Titanian Staff, 2 Titan Shield Staff, 3 MARI LYN FOIST Titan Shield Staff, 4 Spanish Club, 2, 3 Social Committee, 2, 4 Tri-Y, 4 Entered Sophomore year ANITA FRANK Most Outstanding Student 3 Prometheans, 4 Girls' League President, 3 ASB Social Chairman, 2 CSF, I, 2, 3 School Play Assistant Director, 3 ED FRAZIER Science Club, 3, 4 CSF, I, 2, 3 Audio Visual Crew, 3, 4 Latin Club, l, 2 Football, I, 2, 3 Hi-Y, l, 2, 3, 4 ' rx 'Q ff H2-il. 'um ' wi BOB FREEMAN PATTY GAMMON GAL Treasurer, 3 GAL, 'l, 3 Tri-Y, l, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club, l RONALD GEISEL Boys' Forum Vice President, 4 Yell Leader, l, 3 Lettermens Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Track, l, 2, 3 Audio Visual Crew, 2, 3 Bob and Ron Show, 3, 4 PAT GENOWAY Spanish Club, 'l Drama Club, 'I Tri-Y Secretary, l Tri-Y, l, 2, 4 BILL GARDNER RONALD GLASOE Football, l, 2, 4 Boys' Forum Program Chairman, 2, 3 Most Improved Player, l Boys' Forum President, 4 Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4 Prometlweans, 4 Basketball, l, 2 Football, l, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y President, 4 Track, 1, 2, 3, 4 Letterrnens Club, l, 2, 3, 4 Captain, 3 RAY GARLAND Track, l, 2, 3, 4 Captain. 3 GEOFFREY GODARD SMHS Sports Announcer, 3, 4 CSF, I Track, 3 Lenefmens Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 H'-Y' 2 Titan Shield Editorial Editor, 3 Social Commiffeef 2' 3 SUE GODFREY ASB Secretary, IB Football Princess, 2 Pepettes, 3, 4 School Play Staff, 3 Spanish Club, I, 2, 3 Tri-Y Vice President, JEAN GOERTZ CSF, I, 2, 3 Class Secretary, 4 GAL President, 3 GAL Treasurer, I, 2 DAVE GRAHAM Camera Club, I Football, 4 Science Club, 4 JOHN GREENE GAL Sportsmanship Award, 3 Baseball, I, 2, 3 Pepefteg, 3, 4 Lettermens Club, l, 2, 3 DON GOLDSMITH Cheerleader, 3, 4A Pep Commission President, 3 Boys' Forum Vice President, 2 Hi-Y, I, 2 Basketball, I, 2 Football, I, 2 DENNIS GOLDSTEIN Basketball, 4 Stage Crew, 3 Radio Club, 4 Entered Junior Year NANCY GREENE CATHY GRIFFIN French Club, 2, 3, 4 French Club Secretary, 3 Titanian Editor, 3 Titanian Staff, 2 CSF, 2, 3 Art Club Secretary, 2 V 2 1 sf MAUDE HARRISON CSF, I, 3 Science Club Secretary 3 4 SANDR ' ' A GROTH GAL, 1' 2' 3 Trl-Y, 2 Latin Club, I Entered Sophomore Year Tri-Y, I JOHN GURLEY Entered Senior Year APRIL HAGENBAUGH Pepettes, 3, 4 Latin Club, I, 2 Drama Club, I, 2, 3 School Play Cast, 4 Tri-Y, I CAROL HANSEN CSF, I Spanish Club, I Tri-Y, 2, 3, 4 BLAIR HAYNES Latin Club, I Lettermens Club, 2, 3, 4 Football Manager, I Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4 Tennis, I, 2, 3, 4 Most Improved Player, 2 JUDIE HEITKEMPER Tri-Y Treasurer, 4 Tri-Y, I, 2, 3, 4 Social Committee, I, 2, 3 Drama Club, I Spanish Club, I Science Club, I WALTER HELMICK Track, l, 2, 3, 4 Science Club, l, 3, 4 Football, I, 3, Lettermens Club, 2, 3 ANN HENDERSON ASB Secretary, IA Tri-Y Secretary, 4 TrifY, I, 2, 3, 4 Pepettes, 3, 4 Latin Club, I GAL, I BARRY HERLIHY Band President, A Audio Visual Crew, I, 2, 3, 4 Band, 2, 3, 4 Leifermens Club, I, 2, 3, 4 Track Manager, I, 2, 3 BARBARA HERRICR Tn-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4 CSF, I Spanish Club, I, 2 Science Club, I ROBERT HERRON Bob and Ron Show, 4 Auditorium Sound Department, I,2,3,4 Track Team, I, 2 Social Committee, I, 2, 3 CAROLYN HESS AFS Representative 3 CSF, I, 2, 3 CSF Vice President, 2 Tri-Y Council Secretary,-'1 Tri-Y Cl1aplain,4 Pepettes, 3 LINDA HICKEY Football Princess, 4 Class Secretary, 2 Tri-Y, I Social Committee, I CSF, I, 2, 3A Pepettes Secretary, 4 GARY HILLIARD S.. GEORGIA HOLLIS Entered Junior Year MF l i-nw Y, L, 4 pn'-awe t 'F CLAYTON HOLLOPETE R Boys' Forum Secretary, 3 Science Club, l, 2, 3, 4 Radio Club Secretary, 3, 4 Audio Visual Crew, 3, 4 Football, T, 2, 3 Stage Crew, 3, 4 JOHN HOY Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4 Football, l, 2, 4 Tennis, T, 2, 3 Lettermens Club, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club, i ART HURD Football, T, 2, 3, 4 Captain 3 Lettermens Club Secretary, 3 Lettermens Club, l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball, l, 2, 3 Latin Club, 1 MARGO JACKSON Yell Leader, 4 School Play Cast, 2 CINDY JENKINS Maiorette, 4 Entered Senior Year LYLE JOESTlNG ASB Social Chairman, TB, 3A Titan Shield Assistant Editor, 2 Titan Shield Feature Editor, 3 Titanian Co-Copy Editor, 4 Titanian Copy Editor, l Social Committee, I, 2, 3, 4 ERNEST JOHNSON ASB President, 3 Boys' Forum Social Chairman, 2 Yell Leader, 3A Baseball Captain, 1 l-li4Y Chaplain, I Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4 SONYA JOHNSON GAL, l, 2 Art Club, l, 2, 3 Drama Club, l, 2 Spanish Club, T, 2 Tiavv, 1, 2, 3, 4 ...M tk RICHARD JOHNSTON Track, 3, 4 Hi-Y, 3 Entered Junior Year DONNA JONES Girls' League Treasurer, A CSF, l, 2, 3 Girls' League Representative, 3 Social Committee, l, 2 Tri-Y Council President, 4 Tri-Y President, 3 CARLITA JUNG Spanish Club, l CSF, l Tri-Y, l, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Y Vice President, 4 SHERRIE KEISER Football Queen, I Tri-Y President, l JOHN KELLEY Science Club, I Football, l, 2, 3 Swimming, 3 Lettermens Club, l, 2, 3, A Basketball, l, 2 Hi-Y, I, 2 SUSIE JO KINCAID Tri-Y Vice President, l Titonian Staff, l Ski Club, 2 Social Committee, l, 2, 4 Tri-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4 JUDITH KINDLER Band, 2, 3, 4 RICHARD Kirsten CSF, i, 3 Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4 Football, I, 2, 4 Baseball, l, 2 Track, 3 Lettermens Club, l, 2, 3, 4 I I A l JON KITE GRAEME LAING Titan Shield Sports Editor, 2A Radio Club Vice President, 3 School Play Cast, 3 Titanian Advertising Manager, 3, 4 Football, l Track, l, 2 Swimming, 3, 4 DON KOCH Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4 Most lmproved Player, 3 CSF, l, 2, 3 Titan Shield Sports Editor, 3 Lettermens Club, 3, 4 Letterrnen's Club Vice President, 4 FRED KRISTIANSEN Football, 1, 3, 4 Ski Club, 3, 4 Tenriii, 3 Letterrnens Club, 2 Science Club Vice President CAROL KULLlCK CSF, 3 GAL Secretary, 4 Titan Shield Staff, 3 Social Committee, 4 French Club, 3, 4 Latin Club, l, 2 Radio Club 3, 4 Audio Visual Crew 3, 4 Science Club, l Track, l Spanish Club, 2 FRED LAMB Football, 2, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y, 2 Spanish Club, 2 Entered Sophomore Year BARBARA LAYFIELD Prometheans, 4 CSF, l, 2, 3 ASB Secretory, 2 Girls' League Secretary, 3 GAL, I, 2, 3 Pepettes, 4 BERNARD LEMP Football, 4 Basketball, 4 Track, 4 Swimming, 4 Lettermen's Club, 4 Entered Senior Year P-lllnllll nn 5- Jug CHARLENE LENDER Try-Y, I, 2, 3 French Club, 4 JSA, 4 SHARON LITTLE Football Queen, 4 Song Leader, l, 2, 3 CSF, 3 Flag Girl, 4A Spanish Club, I, 2, 3 Tri-Y, I, 2, 3, 4 MADELEINE LU PUS Tri-Y President, 3 Tri-Y, I, 2, 3, 4 Pep Commission, 4 Spanish Club, I, 2, Pepettes, 3 3 Social Committee, I, A MIKE MCALLISTER CSF, 2 Track, I, 2, 3, 4 Football, I Basketball, I Letterrnen's Club, 2, Science Club, 2 3,4 JUDY MCDERMID Titanian Business Manager, 4 Pepettes, 4 CSF, I, 3 Tri-Y Secretary, 3 JSA Secretary, 3 Ski Club, 3, 4 SUE MCENIRY Tri-Y, I, 2, 3 Latin Club, I GAL I, 2 Social Committee, 'I JAMES McENTEE Entered Senior Year JOHN MCFEDRIES Titanian Staff, I, 4 Titan Shield Staff, 2 Science Club, I Hi-Y, I, 2 ISE Y VY i--My A-awww--Y-ww' Y -'-vF'tnwv--v-1!FQ11'f15!,f---quwg-,-w-- NORMAN MACLEAN Physical Science Club, 3, 4 Constitution Committee, I PAUL MENKE CSF, l, 2, 3 Radio Club President, 3, 4 Science Club, I, 2 Audio Visual Crew 2, 3, 4 Latin Club, I Science Club, I Hi-Y, I, 2, 3, 4 Track Manager, I SHERRY MESKELL Science Club, 3, 4 Pepettes, 3, 4 Camera Club Secretary, I GAL, I, 2, 4 STEPHEN MALONE mon Shield Staff, 4 Yell Leader, I Lions Club Speech Contest, 3 JUDY MILLS GAL, I DAN MASAI Tri-Y' ll 4 Photography Club, 4 Drama Club, I Entered Senior Year Spanish Club, I, 2 KENNY MILLS Football I, 2 Baseball, I, 2 Audio Visual Crew 2, 3, 4 FTA, 4 Spanish Club, 2 MARY ANN MATTOCKS SHARON MURPHY Tri-Y, l, 2, 3 GAL, 2, 3, 4 Pepettes, 3 French Club, 2, 3, 4 French Club Vice President, 4 Entered Junior Year School PlC1y Cost, 3 GRANT MORGAN HELEN MORGAN Sociol Committee, 4 TERRY MURPHY Tri-Y, 3, 4 Entered Junior Year Titanian Advertising Staff, 3, 4 Entered Sophomore Year CARLTON MYERS PEG MORGAN Football, l, 3, 4 School Play Staff, 2, 3 Track, l, 2 Tri-Y, l, 2, 3, 4 School Play Cost, 3 Social Committee, 4 Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4 Titan Shield News Editor, 4 Sociol Committee, l, 2, 3 French Club, 3, 4 Audio Visual Crew, I, 2, 3, 4 FRED NELSON RITA MUELLER Basketball, 3, 4 CSF, l, 2, 3 Tri-Y, li 2 CSF Treasurer, 2 5PUf1iSl1 Club, 2 Science Club, l, 2, 3 SHARON NISSEN Titanian Editor, 2 Titanian Co-Editor, 4 CSF, l, 2 School Play Staff, 3 JSA, 3, 4 .ISA Secretary, 4 LOUIE OCELLO Football, 1, 2, 3, 4 Track, l, 2, 3 Lettermen's Club, l, 2, 3, 4 Pl JANE o'coNNoR Tri-Y, 3, 4 ROBERT OROPALLO SUE OWEN ASB Social Chairman, 4 Song Leader, l, 2, 3 Head Songleader, 2 CSF, 3 GAL Outstanding Athlete, I Tri-Y President, 2 RELLA PARlSI Most Outstanding Student, 2 ASB Vice President, IB Prornetheans Secretary, 4 Girls' League President, 2 CSF, I, 2, 3 Football Princess, 2 NANCY PARR ASB Treasurer, 3 Promethecins, 4 CSF, 2, 3 Program Advertising Manager, 3 an Shield Advertising Manager, 3 Titanian Advertising Staff, 4 TED PATTEN Football 3, 4 Lettermen's Club, 3, 4 Ski Club, 3 Entered Junior Year I BRAD PEERY Football, I, 2, 3,4 Basketball, 'I, 2, 3, Tennis, I, 2, 3, 4 CSF, I, 2, 3 ASB President, IB Science Club Presid SHIELA PENNEY 4 ent, 4 Class Social Chairman, 4 Tri-Y Treasurer, 4 Tri-Y, 1, 2, 3,4 Social Committee, I, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club, I, 2 JSA, 4 MARY PHELAN Spanish Club, 2, 3 Tri-Y, 2, 3 JSA, 3, 4 JSA Treasurer, 4 CYNTHIA PINSON CSF, I, 2, 3 GAL, I, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Y, I, 2, 3, 4 Constitution Committee, I French Club, 4 Latin Club, 3 FRANK RAYLE Spanish Club, I CHARLEEN RENSHAW Titcnlan CO-Editor, 4 Social Committee, 4 Ski Club, 3, 4 Tri-Y, 3 Entered Junior Year GARY RICHARDSON Track, 3, 4 Football, 3 Baseball, I, 2 Hi-Y, I, 2 Photography Club, I BARBARA ROBBINS Tri-Y, I, 2, 3, 4 Titanian Staff, 2, 3 Latin Club, 2, 3 "? 43 WILLIAM ROWLAND Tttonlon Photography Editor, School Ploy Cost, 3, 4 Footboll, l, 3, 4 Boseboll, 1, 2, 3 Audio Visual Crew, 3, 4 Letterrnen's Club, l, 2, 3, 4 BOB ROY Football, 3, 4 Letterrnen's Club, 3, 4 Entered Sophomore Yeor MARTI SCHRADER ASB Historian, l, 2, 3, 4 CSF, l, 2, 3A Promethecns, 4 JSA, 3, 4 Spanish Club, l, '2, 3 Junior Red Cross Council, 2, 3 DAVE SEELY ASB Vice President, 2, 4 AFS Representative, 3 Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4 Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4 l.ettermen's Club, I, 2, 3, 4 Constitution Committee, I SAM SELF Football, 3, 4 Baseball, 1, 3 Science Club, I Social Committee, GARY SHERRARD Track, 2, 3 Science Club Vice President, 4 Lettermen's Club, 2, 3, 4 Entered Sophomore Year JAN SINCLAIR BRUCE SLACK Pep Commission President, 4 Swimming, 3, 4 Most Valuable Player, 3 Lettermen's Club, 3, 4 Ski Club Council President, 4 l Entered Junior Year BILL SMITH Ski Club, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club, l, 2, 3, A Football l, 2, 3, ll SUSAN SNODGRASS Girls' League President, A ASB Secretary, 3 Titan Shield Editor, 2 GAL Secretary, l, 2 PfOmell1e0f15i 4 Lmin Club' 1, 2 GAL President, I Tri-Y, i, 2, 3, 4 CSF. 1, 2, 3 MIKE STAY BARBARA SKAER Titanian Photography Editor, 2 Girls' League Historian, 3 TilGniC1f1 STOH, 3, 4 School Play Cast, 2 Latin Club, I CSF, l Tri-Y, l, 2, 3, 4 Titanian Business Manager, 2 Audio Visual Crew, l, 2, 3, A Stage Crew, 4 Baseball, i, 2, A 'N lf. X -if JD, YK" 'Alu 'F-'L 4- DEAN STEPHAN FRANCOISE TEVIOTDALE Lettermen's Club, 3, 4 Girls' League Representative, 4 Basketball, 3, 4 Science Club, 3, 4 Track, 3 Pepettes, 4 Football Manager, 3 French Club, 4 Ski Club, 2, 3, 4 JSA, 3 Entered Sophomore Year Entered Junior Year HUGH STILLEY Lettermen's Club, I, 2, 3, 4 Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4 Most Improved Player Basketball, I Latin Club, I, 2 Hi-Y, I, 2, 3 SANDRA SWISHER Yell Leader, 4 GAL Secretary, 4 PHIL THATCHER Lettermen's Club, 2 RICHARD THATCI-IER Football, I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3 GAL, 1' Q, 3, 4 Track, I, 2, 3, 4 Social Commmeel 1' 4 Titan Shield Staff, 3 Spanish Club' 2 Titanian Sports Editor, 4 prench Club, 4 Lettermen's Club, I, 2, 3, 4 JOYCE THEURKAUF Class Social Chairman, 3 JACK TESCHER Pep Commission Vice President, 4 Mixed Chorus President, 4 Ski Club, 31 4 Swimmingl 4 Social Committee, 2, 3 Foofball' 3 Titanian Staff, 2 Entered Sophomore Year Emefed 50Ph0m0fe Yea' DENNIS TROEDSON Head Yell Leader, 4A JOHN THOMPSON Footbonl 1,21 3 Football, 4 Letterrnen's Club, I, 2 I Radio Club, A Tennis, I, 2 I French Club, 4 Basketball, I Entered Senior Year Social Committee, I, 2, 3,4 the PAT TURNER , CSF, 2, 3 PHILIP THOMPSON Class Vice President, 4 Football Princess, l, 3 TITCIPI Shield SIGN, 2 Pepeftes, 4 Entered Sophomore Year French Club, 3, 4 PEG TUTTLE Tri-Y, 4 TONY TRAPANI GAL, 4 Entered Junior Year Entered Senior Year i L I I I ROBERT TWIST ASB Treasurer, 4 Cnr, I, 2, 3 Prometheans 4 DAR YL ' R TROEDSON Boys' Forum Representative, 3 Yell Leader, 4 ASB Athletic Commissioner, 2 Baseball, 2, 3 Track, I, 2, 3, 4 1 H V-I we , , BOB VINCI Track, I JOEL VAlL Football, 1, 2 Concessions, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club, l, 2 French Club, 2 Hi-Y, l, 2 RICHARD VANASEK Lettermen's Club Presid Football, l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4 Track, l, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club, 2, 3 RUDY VAN WINGEN Spanish Club, 2, 3 School Play Cast, 2, 4 Physical Science Club, Swimming, 3 ent, 2, 3, 4 Entered Sophomore Year SPENCER VAUGHN Tennis, l, 2, 3 Yell Leader, 3 Football, 2 Lettermen's Club, l, 2, Hi-Y, I, 2 Spanish Club, 'l, 2 3 CATHERINE VOJKOVICH Tri-Y, I Drama Club, l Spanish Club, 2 DIANE WAGNER School Play Cast, 3, 4 Spanish Club, 3 JSA. 3, 4 Entered Junior Year GEORGE WALKER Boys' Forum President 2 Class President, 3 Prometheans, 4 CSF, I, 2, 3 Most Outstanding Student, 3 Football, I, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM WALL Enrered Junior Year GEORGE WEINAND Football, I Most Inspirational Player, I Science Club, I Lettermen's Clulb, I, 2, 4 Track, I, 2, 4 Band, 3 LYNNE WEINAND Tri-Y Treasurer, I, Tri-Y, I, 2, 3,4 Social Committee, Latin Club, I, 2 FRANCIS CAREY BILL CLEARY BETSY COOLEY STEVE DUNDAS 2 i,2,4 ERIC WILSON ASB Vice President, 3 AFS Representative, 3 CSF President, 2 Titan Shield Editor, 3 Prometlieans, 4 CSE, I, 2, 3 ALLAN WOOD JSA President, 3 JSA, 3, 4 Lettfermen"s Club, I, 2 Fooibqii, 1, 2 Swimming, 3 ANN WYCKOFF Tri-Y Secretary, 4 Tri-Y, 3, 4 JSA, 3 Latin Club, 3 Entered Junior Year TOM EDWARDS JOAN PRIMM JANE SCHLEICHER STEVE TROTTER s. X BILL COOPER, president Did you go to the first Junior-Senior Prom in SMHS history? Do you consult a dog-eared little student directory each time that you make a phone call? Have you noticed the new set of gold class rings which are flashing around the campus? That's the Class of '57 in action. The rings, which arrived shortly after Easter Week, identify the Juniors at a glance. This class made its campus debut last winter, selling Titan directories. These little blue and white booklets contain the name, class, address, and phone number of each SMHS student. Proceeds from this successful proiect swelled the Junior Class fund which financed the Junior-Senior Prom in May. This was a social event not to be forgotten, as it set the pre- cedent for many spring proms to follow. Being second-best for three years could have been a dis- couraging experience for this class. This year's seniors have shouldered the leadership duties of San Marino High School, yet they have always been backed by the Class of '57. As the Juniors step into positions of responsibility, their poten- tial at last can be recognized. The graduating class leaves accomplishments that will be hard to equal. Realizing this, the Class of '57 is preparing to take the lead in a way that will meet the highest expectations of San Marino High School, its students, administration, and alumni. CLASS OF '57 MERRY WRIGHT NANCY PHELAN DAL SWART SUE PAULSON vice president secretary treasurer social chairman James Aarvig Margaret Altshuler Sharron Arnoldy Cirrelda Barnard Dick Barrett Jim Barfolero Ed Bell Bevra Bice Connie Blinkhern Kit Brown Bob Brown Tony Buccolo Bill Ashton Bob Battelle Ron Bolstad Brian Bulley Betsy Avery Dick Barcus Linda Bayer Howard Beck Bill Bolton Carrie Bragg Virginia Byers Ward Caldwell 53 iii Marie Callahan Maureen Callahan Sue Campbell Betty Carmen Ray Carnes David Carter Bart Cerini Bob Chaney Rosemary Clark Jim Cook Bob Corse Len Coultas Priscilla Cowles Mike Demaree Bob Devore Jim Dick Diane Dixon Betty Drake Karen Earhart Susan Eddy Sandy Carter Bill Cooper Jeannie Dexter Marian Edmondson 54 'g -we Sue Engle Kay Franzen Lynn Gaylord Judy Harnish Virginia Face Claire Fallas Anne Farrar Steve Fellows Cheryl Foote Marilyn Fyke Glynn Garland Ben Garrett Jim Garrett John Garrett Rick Geiler Susan Giersbach Judy Godard Jay Gould Betsy Gwinn Sally Harris Ted Haskell Susan Hay Doug Hays Niki Healy xbxk 'W Sue Henderson Mary Alice Herndon Diane Hilger Phill Hobart Mary Hodges Susie Hake Judy Holler Nancy Horning Karen Hosking Mary Jo Huffman Phil Hull Virginia Hull Andy Hurier Mary Irish Tom Jenkins Dennis Jenson Bill Jetter Carolyn Johnson Lynne Kaesmeyer Dennis Kavanaugh Pay Kay Paul Kellogg Judy Kelly Darry Kerckhoff 56 Mike Kroiz Libby Lamb June Land Cal Loop Marcia Lupus Pat MacFarlar1d Sandy MacNab Marylyn Martell Brenda Marlin Steve Mason Sharon McDaniel Jim McDonald Linda McDonald Sara McDonald Barbara McGuire Ron Melville Sally Menefee Bill Merrell Tom Mellls RUSS Meskell Pele Mlckoel Dlck Mlfklel' Dave Mills Pele Morrisroe 57 fu. Alyce Mouar Dan Musser Ted Nay Dan Neale Bobbie Nelson John Nesson Barbara Noll Nancy Norwood Liz Nye Paula Outland Jeanette Pabigian Lorraine Panos Sue Parker Judy Pascoe John Patten Sue Paulson Mary Paulsfon Susie Pelton Chris Pepys Doug Perry Linda Petersen Elaine Peterson Tenny Peterson Rich Peyton -4 All Z I sa I Nancy Phelan Pam Prather Jo Ann Puttler Gil Radzat Tom Ranard Barbara Reed Jalien Renwick Cheri Riddell Sue Riddle Lil Riemer Chris Roberg Jim Rosnagle Nancy Sanders Nancy Sanderson Todd Scott Jim Sheldon Duncan Sheldon Judy Simpson Sue Slack Sue Smith Harvey Rawn Franklyn Robbins Lawrence Shattuck Ann Somerville QL -li 59 Sally Steimle Charlotte Strong Reen Sullivan Chris Summerell Carol Thomas Fred Toland Dave Totten Rod Tuttle Jan Vail George Van de Mark Dee Walker Dick Walter Dick Warner John Werden Muriel Werner Jean Westphal MX Dal Swart Jane Thody Steve Tyler Nikki Urgin Bill Waltz Corelyn Warner Susie Wheeler Don Whitaker 60 Jamie White Sally Wieschendorff Dale Williamson George Wofford Bill Wilgus Lois Woolery Bill Blevens Jerry Erman Pat Hoch Philip lshizu Bill Madsen Kathy Mullin Betsy Williams Carey Williams Diane Williams Chris Wright Merry Wright Bob Young Bucky Oltmans Chris Quarton Hugh Stewart John Wagner Sally Wallis Bill Warnock Ruth Wissman 61 -Q X H1 i TONY DEAN, president They out-yell every other class at assemblies, their concession stand at basketball games earned a sweeping profit, pep and enthusiasm are their trademarks. Who are they? The Class of '58! This is a group determined to create a place for itself at SMHS, and the spot is already in the making. During their two years on campus, the sophomores have gained a repu- tation for unexcelled class spirit and cohesiveness. A bud- ding crop of leaders among the underclassmen has become apparent, and these younger Titans are giving their older competitors a run for their money in athletics and school offices alike, Originality, too, is a trait well distributed among the sopho- mores. Building an Eiffel Tower for their annual spring dance, "The Continental," was one of their noted flashes of inspiration. Their campaign themes brought into play during elections also drew considerable comment. As the Class of '58 steps into the upperclassmen division, the rest of the student body is keeping an eye on it. With a background such as theirs, the sophomores are expected to come to the fore with top ability and enthusiasm during the second half of their San Marino High School life. CLASS OF '58 SUE POWELL vice-president 62 JA 1 l MOLLY BURNETT ALAN CUNNINGHAM BETSY FALKENBURG secretary treasurer social chairman Standing, left to right, Betty Andrew Clark Armstrong Bob Acres King Avery Seated, Donna Baldwin Susan Arclwbald Paula Andrews Standlng, left to riglwtg Kirk Boman Nancy Bonlwoltzer Carle Belt Seatedp Paul Bennett Dave Broadhead Dave Bryan Standlng, left to right, Molly Burnett Judy Brigham Steve Boswell Edwin Burling Seated, Shirley Buccola Carol Burris Linda Bulley 547 ,Q ac.-L-sq- 3 ,, Q0 C 1 Q 1 fl' W Standing, left to right Michael Cahill Kitty Carter Ray Carpenter Donald Carscallen Seated, Ann Cady Lynne Canning Pixie Campbell Beverly Bean Standing, left to right, Bruce Clark Doug Collett Janice Christiansen Seatedg Fred Cleere Kathleen Clark Susan Ball Standing, left to right, Jim Connelly Jim Corbett Alan Cunningham Seatedg Janet Cranston Lucile Crail Nancy Coyle Standing, left to right, Rock Currier Dennis Davis Tony Dean Seated, Sharron Collett Nancy Dennis Chris Datwyler Pat Cushman Standing, left to right: Jim Eisenhower Bill Edmonds Dave Driver Bob Douglas Seated? Jill Duttenhofer Laurel Elmendorf Marion Elliot Lynn Etter Standing, left to right: Steve Foto Barbara Fiscus Bill Ferrell Steve Freese Seatedg Sharon Foss Margery Farrar Betsy Falkenburg Susan Friedline Standing, left to Jerry Genoway Ottley Fraser Mike Godett Jim Dantzler Seated: Jim Givens Beth Friesen Julie Forbes Dee Fuller Standing, left to Gary Green Hugh Gowdy Bob Garrett Jay Gottredson Seated: Carol Godfrey Linda Garrett Marilyn Gels Susie Gorton Standing, left to Kenneth Hill Nancy Herlihy Gilbert Hemming Bruce Harris Seated, Shirley Heymer Helen Harris Julie Hammond Vicki Hall right right, right, Standing, elf to rrghtg John Hurt Dave Harms Robert Horgan Thayer Holbrook Seated, Judy Hubert Ann Johnson Linda Johnson Pat Hunter Standing, left to rightg Roger Johnson Richard Kuhlemeier Lorna Laing Karen Lawless Seatedy Barbara Koenig Ricky Johnson Anne Koenig Harriet Kimble Standing, left to rightg Thomas Loynd Jeff Little Gene Leoncirdson Jim Lewis Seatedg Linda Lee Marcia Loer Sandra Lender Challice Letton Standing, left to right John Maclean Gary McPherson Stan McNeish Jim McKellar Seatedg Ann McReynoIds Julia McCarty Carol McDaniel Lani McDermid Standing, le'lt to right Marcia MacDonald Chuck Kinsey Dan Martin Seatedg Scott Macey Anne Mucmob Nancy Mann Gerry Martin Standing, left to rightp Mary Meals Nancy Moran Phil Miller Charles Matter Seated, John Miller Margaret Moffit Martha Mauritz Pam Matthews Standing, left to right, Bill Pickett Mary Sue Powell Richard Peters Seatedy Sheryl Ozengltar Judy Parr Gloria Pierce Melinda Patton Standing, left to right, Wendy Munson Ronnie Neuhoff lola Moody Don Norberg Seated, Linda Mills Rosemary Myers Kathie Morris Linda Morris Standing, left to riglitg Doug Patty Doug Norberg Mary Marshall Geoff Nunn Seatedg Natalie Norwood Karen Owsley Nancy Owen Chris Patten 0 J wr? , at Q.- his 3090 .4-X "Z Q 45 or 1 4454 tx - 2 "C" Standing, left to right Jerry Pottler John Richards Marilyn Richards Earline Rice Seated: Mary Lou Reese Nancy Preston Jo Ann, Prandi Betty Puttler Standing, left to right, Powell Sadler Robert Ross Dave Scanlan Peter Rodi Seatedp Mary Jane Roy Darcy Ross Lorelei Rose Brock Robertson Standing, left to right, Dave Schultheis Dave Sibley Charles Prindle Druscilla Seeman Seated, Eleanor Smith Jane Scott Jan Slater Carol Smith Standing, left to rightg Jim Stanley Carole Evans Bill Spruance Tyler Smith Seated: Kris Earhart Sandra Stein Erica Pridonolf Jane Stilley Standing, left to rightg Peter Tarlton Richard Stoneman Gary Thomas Ramsey Teviotdalc Seated, Sheryl Sweeney Penny Strong Carolyn Stivers lerry Taylor Standing, left to righty Richard Thomas Jeff Totten Doug Stuart Doris Trillingham Seatedg Karen Tovatt Leah Tripodes Judy Tompkins Virginia Thomas Ad ,i--wg: XL' li -l l.-v 4' K3 Standing, left to right, Madeleine Weber Ed Wais Beniie VonKleinSrnid Seated, Nancy Warnock Carolyn Van Valkenburg Patsy Tuttle Carol Weedon Standing, left to right, Nancy Wooldridge David Whistler Jack Young Priscilla Young Seatedg Barbara White Jan, White Judy Wilson Joan Whittaker Standing, left to rightg Mike Murphy Robert DeWalt Bruce Gary Charles Wright Scatedg Teresa Heeb Clare Campbell Carolyn Smith Mary Bee Young Standing, left to right: Peter Cooper Bruce DeSha Gary Primm Jerry Whitney Don Woessner Seated: Ollie Stewart Cicely Brown Carol Weishaupt Ann Brooks Ed Zimmerman NOT SHOWN Carol Barrett Keith Cole Melissa Dames Chip Doughty Pete Furbuch Nancy Goff Rosalie Warden Doug Kraft Mike Loy Charles Maclin Richard Rees Burt Smith Bruce Truesdell X I JOE BATTAGLIA, president 'II am a lowly freshman, and I hope some day to be as wise as you." When the Class of '59 was initiated at the start of the year, it found itself looking up to three sets of upper- classmen. A four-year high school at San Marino had at last become a reality! Freshmen activities took on a new meaning this year. With refreshing vitality the frosh conducted the yearly Christmas drive to collect food for a Mexican orphanage. St. Patrick's Day found them sponsoring 'iThe Isle of Green Rock" as the annual freshman class dance. And early in the spring the Class of '59 added a new activity to the list of traditions- the first annual Freshman Day. Planned and carried out by members of the class, an afternoon of recreation was cli- maxed by a pot-luck supper. For their last activity of the year, the freshmen played host to the student body during the annual Titanian-signing party. And as their activities and the school year came to a close, the freshmen left for the summer-dreaming of their sophomore year and the initiation they could plan for the "lowly" incoming class. CLASS CDF '59 MARY GOERTZ PAT HAMMACK RICHARD MERRILL LINDA CARR vice president secretary treasurer social chairman -1 "'s,,f 55. Standing, left to right Carole Bahnsen Linda Ashley George Adams Joel Ames Susanne Alexander Gloria Asaro Seated, left to rightg Judith Barrett Jeanne Aspen Nancy Backrnan Jane Barrett Rosa Maria Ballesteros Standing, left to right, Judy Benninon Olivia Bell John Beman Bob Black Joe Battaglia Harriet Basting Seated, left to right, Kay Berghauser Don Black Jim Bolton Cynthia Boultinghouse Carol Berger Standing, left to right, Thomas Brown Bob Bruno Chuck Fletche Dallas David Brunner r Brownlee Buchanan Boyle Scaled, Hclcn Linda Betsy Jackie Carter Carr Burkman Bucknell Gail Brown Standing, left to rightg Donald Church Hilbert Celaya Don Clark Bob Chehock Jerome Clark Pat Clemon Seatedg Lucille Callahan Helen Cleere Leslie Clarno Sue Cimeral Jim Budd Standing, left to right, Helen Cobos Judy Crumrine Charles Cook Leonard Cormier Polly Cotton Molly Cotton Seated, Marilyn Coston Karen Cuneo Barbara Cross Christine Crail Janice Dalzell Standing, left to right, David Dicken Richard Ellsworth Stewart Elner Jerry Eclcart Doug Donath Tony Eager Seated, Mary Ann Dean Susan Davis Karole de Karr Meredith Dcvore Dixie Danforth Standing, left to riglit Jeff Gaylord George Estey Durant Emery Joselyn Foss Marilyn Franks Ann Forberg Seated, Arlene Encwold Eleanor Esterly Mary Faith Martlta Fellows Pat Foster Standing, left to riglit Robert Harnilton Edward Halllgan Craig George Steve Hall Bob Gregg lerry Goldstein Seated, Joan Haggerty Mary Goertz Sharon Gessel Patsy Hamrnack Karen Frost Standing, left to right William Hilger Donna Healy Marty Hege Thomas Herndon Janice Hays Margaret Henderson Seatedg Linda Groni Judy Heer Joanna Hess Joyce Henderson Judy Harper Standing, left to right? Judy Hemsel Bonny Hutchinson Alex ingle William Holt Jess Hill Karen Johnson Seatedg Shirley Hyink Margaret Jakel Judy Hurd Clifton Johnson William Hunter Standing, left to rightg Dan Leaf Franklin Lawson Cheryl Liggett Marcia Knickrnann Judy Larrieu Lynn Langtry Seatedg Kathleen Kelly Karen Kaesemeyer Janet Johnston Betty Johnston Nancy Johnson Standing, left to rightg Bart Leddel William McDonald Allen Lowe Frank La Barbara Paul Lawrence Mark Lovendale Seated, Constance McDonald Lorna Lenk Judith Lower Pamela Loer Sally McDonald ,s l . ' IN A X s. i A -f,,,, 'ia Standing, left to right Richard McFedries Laura MacNeill Robert McGuffin Richard Merrill Mary Medland Sandy Melville Seated, Marilyn Medland Melinda Meriam Ruth MCQuaid Jeannette McKinney Denise McDonald Standing, left to rightg Glen Millbanks Torn Morgan Arthur Mulkern Richard Munnecke Doug Moir Paul Maclfarland Seated: Sharon Layfield Lynn Murphy Mary Ann Murphy Ellyn Mills Bonnie Miller Standing, left to right, Nick Oatway Frank Poyas Peter Nelson James Norwine Paul Nissen Richard Ober Seatedg John Pitkin Sue Phelan Lynn Peery Elizabeth Orban Suzanne Osborne Standing, left to right, Julie Rolfe Kay Priest John Pridonoff Bill Ridell Loraine Patten Elene Roen Seatedp Kathryn Robinson Melodie Robbins Lynn Richter Susan Ramsey Maurreen Renshaw Standing, left to right, Carolyn Roth Susan Shumacher John Sayers Ronald Sayers Jim Schmidt James Ross Seatedg Kay Ronning Charlene Roy Phyllis Rider Joseph Roth Dick Schnell Standing, left to right, Jim Seley Donna Speer Leslie Smith Bob Sommers Sheryl Smith Carol Smith Seated, Barry Sheldon Roche-ll Sheff Joan Sheets Margaret Merris Donald Segretti 'U ,- V J Q1 f-A X 4l1x no mild! 1'!1 1'11 If 1" 1 I il T 'Cv in rf J-Q4 Standrng, left to right Errett Stuart Tom Stroud Mrlo Sweet Doug Srnrth Tom Stapp James Stranclrne Seated, Ruth Stevenson Nancy St. Llano Ann Stanrforrl Judy Swanson Brett Stearns Standing, left to right Sophra Trrpocles Anrta Trapanr Sharon Twolry Vaughn Thompson Fred Theurlcauf Seated, Tony Taylor Sharon Thomas Duane Thomas Mary Rundle Jane Tappanr Standnng, left to rrght Warren Werner Bruce Wagner Klaas Von der Weg Cosbey Watson, Barry Vaughan Ron Vrnci Seatedg lfrrc Vollratlr Bill Waltlrall Gail Weber Prudence Walt Carol Wall Standing, left to right: Linda Woolery Jim Wieschendorff Richard Woodbury Don Ziegler Nancy Wyckoff Seated: Linda Winn Diane Wilson Effie Zamonis Terry Whitman Julie White Jean Bell Bob Bumstead Jack Carter Jane Ferrell Dan Flinn Joan Parker Sue Parker Richard Powers NOT SHOWN Morris Young Susan Rich Ronald Ross Judy Rowan Bert Skinner Andra Teeter Larry Ulvestad Andy Weber John Webster Sf ,- J., in 'pri'-f XX ry N "uv, '- 'r.- . . 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V ' 'K 5.4 ,.affA,,s.:,.,,.:f".:'-".f 0 RGA N IZA1-'ONS i l i i l DON CARR, president With his winning personality and capacity for leadership, Don Carr has guided the SMHS student body throughout the past year. The students' confidence in his ability was evidenced by the great maiority of vofes he received, and his council confirms that this trust was well placed. 86 DAVE SEELY, vice president ,.q.,v5, STUDENT BODY CDFFICERS "I, realizing the importance of this office and my obligations to my fellow students, do accept these responsibilities and promise to do my best to fulfill my duties." That's the way it all started for the 1955-56 ASB officers. With this oath of office, they shouldered the largest responsibility a student can hold, that of governing the entire enrollment of San Marino High School. Each of them is a top-notch student both academically and in citizenship. They must keep up their grades during the entire term, or forfeit their offices. Not only do they spend an hour in class each day tackling the problems of the student body, but committee work demands attention after school hours. Investigating new club constitu- tions, approving emblems and rings, setting up new laws and policies, appointing or removing officers, and budgeting all ASB funds are only representative of their many miscellaneous duties. This year's Student Council and those councils of the previous three years of SMHS history have earned for themselves and for those to follow, a place deserving the high respect of stu- dents and administrators alike. UDY SIMPSON, secretary BOB TWIST, treasurer . . ., 'iv' ' iw., .4 tu T Iii' I 'i I Y . ,. g 4' -5 .. '- A. . ,.' . x :ff 'fe in nw '2 , 'f vi Lf , 0121.1- s5g,g.gT2. f V A ' .- - u 'Y .E i ' H. .L if 'RQ E H 'CP' RON GLASOE president BOYS' FORUM here can you find the biggest collection of athletic heroes, illiant scholars, student leaders, and school-spirited boys? ey're all in the SMHS Boys' Forum. lling football programs at each home game was the first proi- of the year for this group. More funds rolled into the Forum ffers when they presented The Great lrby, master magician. t money-raising isn't their only interest by far. Entertainment provided each Thursday noon as the Bob and Ron show blasts ross the campus with the latest hit tunes and request numbers. iginality is a trade mark of the Boys' Forum annual dance, is year's production was the "Hillbilly Hustle." School service, o, plays a major part in Forum activities. its campus clean-up ogram has been in effect for three years. rough this organization, the Boys' Forum, a group spirit and yalty has developed among the male population of SMHS. RON GEISEL vice-president DENIS CRAWFORD secretary-treasurer MIKE FAITH program chairman I' sf' CLASS REPRESENTATIVES El LQ. 'Z . ...al ist row, left to right, John Beman, freshman, Bill Spruance, sophomore, Dave Bryan, sophomore, Jim McDonald, junior. 2nd row, Doug Smith, freshman, Mike Rodi, senior, Ed Coyle, senior, John Garrett, iunior. Not shown, faculty advisors, Mr. Phil Stephens, Mr. Jim Pooley. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE "Walk together, talk together, o ye peoples of the earth." With this principle in mind, the American Field Service exchange program sends students from high schools throughout the United States to fourteen different European countries, New Zealand, and Japan. During the summer these AFS students, as iunior ambassadors of good will, live for two months with a European family, participating in its activities and actually experiencing a different way of life. The American Field Service winter program gives European students an opportunity to- spend a year attending high school in the United States, besides living with an American family. This year our school was fortunate in having from the AFS program Juan de la Fuente from Madrid, Spain. Adapting to SMHS high school life quickly, Juan's personality made him a welcome addition on campus, as he helped form a better understanding between his country and ours. JUAN DE LA FUENTE Madrid, Spain. l CLAIRE FALLAS was chosen this year to represent SMHS abI'0Gd- LAST YEAR'S STUDENTS: Eric Wilson, Berlin, Germany Bob Living for two months with a foreign family, Claire will spend the Athens, Greece, Carolyn Hess, Hamburg, Germany David summer in Sweden. Larvig, Norway. PROIVIETHEANS Service is the purpose of this club. Their name is a notable symbol traceable to Prometheus, last of the Titan gods. According to mythology, Prometheus bestowed upon man the gift of fire, fulfilling the greatest service of all the gods. Thus, it is fitting that members of the Prome- theans render service both to the school and community, participating in proiects from pass- ing out White Canes to ushering at school events. Each spring applicants to Prometheans are awarded points according to individual service to the school, citizenship, leadership, and schol- arship. The top-ranking ten juniors and fifteen seniors are ultimately eligible for membership. These outstanding people will, from year to year, carry on the traditions of Prometheans, contribut- ing to San Marino the greatest gifts possible- service built upon foundations of honor. l - , , Z. .V J Z Q.: ' ,- .?l 1 , I 1 1 ' .-, I . if I I E N llll ,nn l . ml i I i ..- . -. . -wi.. . , . ' -tu' l ' . - ,. J, ,Q - ,fswf rr V, .-'--fi -' :"f"f,-r" '31 -'-:if Officers, left to right: George Walker, Chairman, Rella Parisi Recorder, Mike Rodi, Vice Chairman, Marylyn Martell, Historian. lg-I 15' First row, left to right: Susie Snodgrass, Dick Chalk, Lil Riemer, George Walker. Second row: Mr. Jack Bradford, Judy Simpson, Don Carr Anita Frank, Carrie Bragg, Barbara Layfield, Marti Schrader, Ron Glasoe, Rella Parisi. Third row: Denis Crawford, Bob Twist, Pixie Cowles, Mike Rodi, Nancy Parr, Marylyn Martell, Eric Wilson. R Fl' ' M , l 4 wus. ..jf-- LS. ...,w..s'-AC --vi-48-na '-T.. OFFICERS Standing, left to right: Doug Cunningham, 4 president, Don Koch, publicity chairman, Har- riet Kimble, treasurer 2nd semester, Laurel Elmendorf, program chairman. Seated: Linda McDonald, vice president, Nancy Parr, treasurer Ist semester, Carolyn Hess, secretary 2nd semester. Not shown: Judy Parr, secretary lst semester, Jalien Renwick, treasurer 'lst semester. CSF' Acting as an incentive to the best in scholarship, Chapter 462s is San Marino's branch of th California Scholarship Federation. "Scholarship for Service" is the motto of this group whia recognizes the outstanding students of the school. CSF, however, is not simply a club for mental giants and budding geniuses. Through a detaile extra-curricular rating system, membership may be earned by a combination of high grades an school service. Privileges awarded to the club include an hour of school time each month in which to hol meetings and one day each semester for excursions. Also, scholarships are offered to member and lite membership in CSF may be earned. The latter honor is shown by a gold CSF seal on th high school diploma, and carries a good deal of weight when applying for college entrance. Ist row, seated, left to right: Sue Alexander, Martha Fellows, Margaret Jakel, Diane Wilson, Chris Crail, Jeanette McKinney, Donna Healy, Ruth McQuaid, Bonnie Jo Miller. 2nd row: Mary Faith, Mary Goertz, Sophie Tripodes, Linda Woolery, Kathy Robinson, Betty Johnston, Judy Bennion, Jackie Bucknell, Merry Devore, Margie Merris, Standing: Carol Wall, Sheryl Smith, Sharon Layfield, Judy Lower, Doug Smith, Dave Boyle, Bruce Wagner, Bart Leddell, Tom Morgan, Jerry Clark, John Beman, Larry Ulvestad. Not shown: Helen Carter, Barbara Cross, Shirley Hyink, Julie Rolfe, Sharon Twohy. uf QR -XLS-s A ' 'Qu ., - F' 4 ' .Q , M - ,,-- ...W W 3 , ,, -7 f , me 1 'sg ""'Q"f4'-1-'- JF' ,...... ':."2 y yF'M.,1--Q53-ei-ii, ,L,,...-- .f . gi A 1 4 , -' sn-J 1 fs ' , -1 uf -- f"4:r.f: 1i,h- , . - all -tu it ye. inn-av'-.qi-iv! -- ' ' , TL, CSF SENIORS AND JUNIORS. lst row, left to right: Doug Cunningham, Eric Wilson, Carol Cone, Mary Dwight, Skip Face, Jean Goertz, Barbara Layfield, Bob Twist, Andy Bacher, Brad Peery. Qnd row: Alyce Mouat, Sue Snodgrass, Betsy Gwinn, Don Koch, Judy McDermid, Marti Schrader, Rella Parisi, Denis Crawford, Maude Harrison, Yvonne De Wolf, Karen Earhart, 3rd row: Steve Fellows, Peg Morgan, Dee Walker, Lil Riemer, Diane Williams, Lorraine Panos, Sue Smith, Betsy Williams, Sue Robertson, Marylyn Martell, Ann Farrar, Linda McDonald, Sandy Carter, Mary Irish, Sally Wieschendorff, Sue Paulson, Dick Chalk, Virginia Byers, Judy Simpson, Brenda Martin, Margaret Altshuler, Merry Wright, Bobbie Nelson, Jeannette Ackman, Sue Clark, Claire Fallas. fq-, 1-sv - .1-J 1 .V Wm -,, 1, E ... - u - ...... - F---V '-- ,s...... ..rv...t.... -. .-.f 'v .. ,w- i t sc O "J-ff -4 ...ee I Al" 0 90 1 Ly- r "ml"At- 7 5 in C .r v.-. H-if " ll . :gk fig?-, W, - ,. .1 f --Of .gk?.kluT",v:i4.ie vix CSF SOPHOMORES. Ist row, left to right: Sandy Stein, Betsy Falkenburg, Nancy Dennis, Linda Johnson, Chris Patten, Julia McCarty, Linda Lee, Jane Scott, Linda Mills. 2nd row: Ann Koenig, Nancy Coyle, Carol Godfrey, Laurel Elmendorf, Donna Baldwin, Nancy Preston, Judy Parr, Linda Garrett, Marcy Loer, Lani McDermid, Helen Harris. 3rd row: Pete Tarlton, Thayer Holbrook, Gene Leonardson, Alan Cunningham John Richards, Dave Harms, Jerry Puttler, Tony Dean. . l W? - My " :fig-u--a-H--7..- .g .....- ' -ag: 413 .J'-ir. , VV., -id 7,-...W vnu- vuln-I 1 1 wwlim. 'spines ,7 ...sf-a.I,,f T 56151. 'Gigi ,im an Seated left to right: Sue Owen, ASB Social Chairman, Liz Nye, Madge Lupus, Peg Morgan. Standing: Paula Outland, Niki Healy, Helen H0"fl5' SCDCIAI. COMMITTEE One ot the tirst clubs formed on campus, the social committee has grown tremendously in the last three years, establishing many social traditions. This year, the welcome dance which begins the SMHS social season, the football dance, and the annual Titan Revue, covering the events of the year in retrospect, were all planned and executed by this committee, under the leadrship of the ASB social chairman. Helping with the Rio Hondo League party was an- other maior project. PEP CONIMISSICDN One football game fell on the night of a school holiday, yet all that afternoon the group at the right painted signs and dangled from goal posts getting the stands and field in shape for the evenings activity. The busses which took you to the last three CIF playoff games were chartered by the Pep Com- mission. And do you remember the pep rolly and parade before the final football victory? These students were responsible for that too, as well as tor most ot the pepeproducing protects ot the year. -, 4+ x A -il 1 ' 4 1- , -.eiVw,L. A A lst row, left to right: Pat Maclzorland, Gail Brown, Joyce Theurkouf, Madge Lupus, Corrie Bragg. Qml '0Wf SPOUSOV Mis, 5lW"lCY AUEY: Pick Geiler, Carole Evans, Marilyn Brown, Helen Harris Jane Thody, Polly Cotton, president, Bruce Slack. LETTERIVIEN Membfrs of the Letterrnin s Club including president, Don Koch list row, 2nd from right: secretary, Jim McDonald l3rd row, 4th from riglttl, and sponsor, Mi. Garland Lewis l3rd row, right endl. I ' ' ' 'il AUDIO VISUAL COMMITTEE lst row, left to right: Dave Harms, Bob Campbell, Dick Barcus, Ron Bolstad, Jim Bartolero, Carle Belt, Mike Stay, sponsor, Mr. Carl Crane. 2nd row: John Chadsey, Paul MacFarland, Jess Hill, Dave Driver, Bob De Wolf. Not Shown, Ed Bell, Kit Brown, Robert Chaney, Bob Corse, Dennis De Pry, Ed Frazier, Barry Herlihy, Phil Ishizu, Kenny Mills, Mike McAllister, Paul Menke, Richard Peters, Bill Rowland, Gerry Whitney. RADIO CLUB ADVERTISING CREW yew-gg-j . ZH IA- B- Ist row, left to right: Kir Brown, Graeme Laing, Clayton Hollopeter. Qncl row: Clark Buswell, Paul Menke, Kirk Boman, sponsor, Mr. Allen Sterris, Hall Brehme. 96 Left to right: Steve Trotter, Terry Murphy, Nancy Parr, Mike McAllister, Duane Chipman, Jonl Kite FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS Sharon Murphy, Vice President Lorraine Panos, President SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Seated, left to right: Maureen Callahan, Finance Judy Parr, Secretary-Treasurer Mary Marshall, Arrangements Priscilla Young, Decorations Standing: Carol Godfrey, President Ron Neuhoff, Sergeant at Arms .Iuan de Ia Fuente, Vice President Mr. Frank Armendariz QUILL 8. SCROLL San Marino Tribune Supplement Editors: Don Koch, Rich Thatcher, co-editors Linda McDonald, news editor Lyle Joesting, society editor Ray Garland, sports editor Nancy Parr, business manager FTA lst row, left to right: Sheryl Smith, Marion Elliott, Susan Davis, Lynne Canning, Chris Quarton, Lynne Gaylord, Wicschendorff, Betty Andrew, Sheryl Ozenghar. 2nd row: Midge Barringer, Cicely Brown, Mary Bee Young, Arnoldy, Nancy Fallicznburg, Dee Fuller, Ricky Johnson, Dru Seeman, Nancy Sanders, Terri Whitman, Anita Trapani Br gham, Nancy Sanderson, Not' shown: President, Cnris Robergp sponsors, Mrs. Mildred Peime and Mr. Dole Chitwood, Barbara Cross, Alan C ham, Chris Dotwyler, Merry Deyore, Mary Faith, Barbara Fiscus, Anita Frank, Sharon Gessel, Judy Holler, Nancy l Shirley Hyink, Barbara Layfreld, Linda McDonald, Mary Ann Maltocks, Dan Neale, Judy Parr, Sheila Penny, Bruce Sand e Swisher, Carol Thomas, Diane Thomas, Muriel Werner. 1 N 'N rl K r' f V lst row, left to right: Ron Bolstad, Allan Wood, Mary Marshall, Laurel Elmendorf, Doug Hays, Judy McDermid, Bill Blevens, Klaas Van der Weg, Cicely Brown, Pat Hunter, Marti Schrader, Dee Fuller. 2nd row: Betty Andrew, Sheryl Ozenghar, Doris Trillingham, Carol Smith, Mary Ann Murphy, Sue Cimral, Ann Forberg, Sharon Murphy, Lynne Conn ng, Norton Roth, Bob Brown, Mr. Dale Chitwood, Anita Trapani. Not shown: President, Dixie Lee Anderson, Sandy Carter, Jim Corbett, Alan Cunningham, Mike Demaree, Anita Frank, Carol Godfrey, Sharon Nissen, Barbara Robbins, Peter Tarleton,Jon Vail, Diane Wagner. . ...,.. lst row, left to right: Sponsor, Mr. Robert Fellman, Doug Norberg, Ed Frazier, Bob De Wolf, Hall Brehme, Andy Bacher Mike Fa th Sherrie Meskell, Allen Budd, Maude Harrison, president Brad Peery, Yvonne De Wolf, Norman Maclean Gar Sherrbrd, Fran Teyiotdale, Wally Helmick, Rudy van Wingen, Clayton l-lollopeter, Denis Crawford, George Walker. Y Not shown: Bob Campbell, Don Carr, Dennis DePry, Skip Fa ce, Fred Nelson. r .JUNIO STA Nl EN SCIENC CLUB .2 .l!'J.- 1-Iran! f' 1113 bij" w???E ' " ' " , . - . Q . , I r, , wwnww.- .. we ef -gg L -,...2..-vfi Q-.fl .L-gp. .-me - Q H 4 417-4 ff .Ze--" 11, 9.4 , ' lL.AANf4l1" RED CROSS COUNCIL lst row, left to right: Linda McDonald, Leah Tripodes, Marti Schrader, Sandie Swisher. 2nd row, Alan Cunningham, Helen Harris, Carrie Bragg, Mike Rodi. 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From a list of all those mentioned by the faculty, the two boys and girls of each class with the largest number of faculty recommendations have their names placed on a ballot. The final selection is made from this ballot by a vote of the entire student body. ln voting, the candidates are iudged on the following points: citizenship, attitude, service to the school, character, scholarship, relationship with teachers and stu- dents, participation in school activities, loyalty, initiative, and enthusiasm. From the many outstanding people nominated, the students on these two pages were finally selected, Congratulations to these school leaders for their achieve- ment in winning this honor. JIM MCDONALD ond DEANNA WALKER were chosen os the most outstanding students of the Junior Closs. HELEN HARRIS ond TONY DEAN repre- DAVE BOYLE ond MARGERY MERRIS sent the Sophomore Closs os its most out- were chosen os the most outstonding standing students. treshrnon students. f FOOTBALL QUEEN SHARON LITTLE YL E2 X . .,,AJ, X., fi: ff-5. 'ist gf PRINCESS CHERYL FOOTE PRINCESS LINDA HICKEY AND HER COURT Weeks ahead glutterung posters appeared around campus announcing Saturday naght November 5 as the date of the Royal Ball The Varsuty football team held a top secret meetung and then went about nts lob of crrculatmg drfferent and assorted rumors as to the queen s uden trty When time for the coronatlon rolled around speculation was at :ts hughest And so she was crowned Queen Sharon Lrttle was hauled as the furst monarch chosen by a Tltan Varslty squad Rengnrng with her were the two pruncesses Cheryl Foote and Linda Huckey Before the next football game the Tltan royalty circled the field In a coral and whute convertible Dressed rn sweaters and skurts to match the car they made a regal entrance to occupy places of honor on the sudelmes at the 50 yard marker thus endung their seven day reign of festuvuty and fanfare WP' , U A ,V M: l .Q Q ,C 9 A , . .A ,fy . :gf 'Ki Q f X Q N5 K x, Q. ' . A.. fu. G it - - we 7 1' 97 fa Q X r " if 'f 3: v If 1 - ' f ,W A QHVQ Y wr1vl!1""' pu--v-fr ..-. SONG LEADERS Now when they come out of the huddle, let's really yell!" Okay, everybody up for 'Stamp-Clap.' " Oh come on, you guys, they can't even hear you!" on't these phrases bring a series of memories parading through your mind? They hould, because they have been heard at every maior sports event throughout the ast year, as yell leaders, song leaders, and flag girls spurred on the Titan rooters. emember the baffled looks which crossed the opponents' faces each time the SMHS ell leaders called for the "Hi-Fi Yell"? Seeing the entire rooting section stand up ith arms waving and not a sound coming forth really set them back on their heels! ust the opposite effect on the student body was registered during pep rallies. The ong leaders raised the auditorium roof during that assembly when they first taunted, What's the matter, can't you take it?" would be impossible to forget the six flag girls while reviewing the past cheering eason. Each time during a football game when the band began a number, these irls would trot out onto the track and break into a peppy flag-waving routine. 's a tribute to all these spirited students when a resident living on the farthest out- kirts of San Marino says, "I knew there was a game at the high school lcist night. could hear them cheering." H PEPPETTES DRILL TEAM lst row, Crawford, Qnd row: Poirier. 3rd row: Margarei McDaniel, 5th row: oth row: Not show left to righti Nancy Falkenburg, Jalien Renwick, Jerry Batson, Fran Teviotdale, Nancy Herlihy, Niki Healy, Sue Clark, Joy Chris Wright. Yolanda Blozan, Sally Harris, Borbe Reed, Cheryl Foote, Soo Godfrey, April Hogenbaugh, Pat Turner, Mary Meals, Jo Ann Diane Hilger, Carol Cirrito, Laurel Elmendorf, Lindo Hickey, Sherrie Meskell, Barbara Layfield, Jeannette Ackman, Anita Frank, Altscliuler, Gloria Pierce, Rella Parisi, Glenell Bergren, Jeannie Dexter, Jean Gcertz, Virgnia Face, Chris Roberg, Sharon Carol Godfrey. Judy Harnisii, Linda Morris, Judy Pascoe, Sue Powell, Carol Kullick, Doris Trillinghcim, Melinda Patton, Katie Ellerby, Cheryl Foote, Reen Sullivan, Karen Hosking, Carol Cone, Marylyn Martell, Pixie Cowles. nr Ann Henderson, Judy McDerrn d, Cheri Riddell, Jane Schleicher, Dee Walker. GLENELL BERGREN president QW' MRS. SHIRLEY ANEY sponsor ? 5 2? ?2 i'?fA 31 ,? 2 . Q, s Yi J! Va, . Q THE TlTAN BAND: James Aarvig, Bob Acres, Suzanne Ball, Howard Beck, Paul Bennett, Robert Chaney, Anthony Dean, Bob Douglas Ottley Fraser, Bob Freeman, Della Fuller, Bob Garrett, Mike Godett, Gary Green, Barry Herlihy, William Hilger, Kenneth Hill, Thayer Holbrook Willuam l Holt, Philip Ishizu, Judith Kindler, Nancy Johnson, Gene Leonardson, Chailes Matter, James Moruine, Arthur Mulhern, Mike Murphy John Patten, Bill Pickett, John Pridonoft, Susan Rich, John Richards, David Schulteis, Larry Shattuck, Robert Sommers, Richard Stoneman Tony Trapani, Gerry Whitney, Lois Woolery, .lack Young, Mary Young, Ed Zimmerman. JAMES AARVIG drum maior BAND Bouncing T50 miles in a crowded bus to help generate school spirit s all in a day's work for the 50 members ofthe Titan Band. Under he direction ot Mr. Charles Costarella, this group has become a recision-drilled, symphonic marching band that San Marino High chool may point to with pride. 'he versatile musicians this year have shown their ability at many ,porting events, as well as leading pep rallies. On the more serious ide, they represented SMHS at the Southern California Music Fes- 'ival, presented an evenings entertainment for the PTA, and ioined vith the chorus in their annual Spring Concert. n their braid-trimmecl uniforms, the Titan Band has marched hrough intricate drills which would put many college bands to hame. But for years to come, each San Marino student will re- nember them playing the piece which no other group can present ialf so well - the Alma Mater. MR. CHARLES cosrAi2ELLA director TITANIAN The letter from the publisher reads, "Your dead- line is swiftly approaching, and we trust that While our publisher is trusting that . . . what is our faithful staff doing? Let's take a look. The copy editor approaches, carrying a ceramic dog by the tail, and inquires, "When is the next Future Homemaker's meeting?" The faculty ad- visor looks up from his Sunset magazine, re- Eflc Wilson, edlfof trieves the dog, and returns to his reading. The art editor announces, "I must find Mr. Brister!" She scampers out, hurrying past the sports editor who is admiring the display of first-grade draw- ing techniques. As the editor sits perched complacently on a desk-top, a member of the photography crew enters, salutes, and asks if he may have a full-page picture of himself in the book, as a token of merit for his services. Before anyone can answer, a second photographer enters the room. "The camera's missing again," he states, and leaves a dripping-wet negative on the table. Inspecting it, we find it to be a dramatic basketball action photo, the players' legs are surging eagerly forward. The shot would be perfect, were it not that the picture cuts the players off at the waist and displays only their legs. But then perfection is not to be found anywhere - especially in a yearbook class. " I Mr. John Christenson Sharon Nissen Cheri Renshaw Bill Rowland advisor assistant editor assistant editor photography editor STAFF - . Judy McDermid business manager ,X i I o staff, lefr to right: Barbara Fiscus, Helen Harris, John McFedries, Dennis Jenson, Carolyn Hess, .1600 WGSTDIWOI n Garrett. Not shown: Jeff Little, Gary McPherson. arf edifor , -Z Rella Parisi Linda McDonald Lyle Joesfing Rich Thatcher lay-out editor co-copy editor co-copy edifor sports editor TIT IIIELD 'Qu' Doug Cunningham, editor Miss Marilyn Lowery, odvisor 5. SUS Smifh, WSWS SCUTOF Bobbie Nelson, feoture editor Dqn MU55er, 5p0r15 'I14 .s,,..: Qi' vc 'xi Standing, left to right: Diane Williams, Jeanette Pabigian, Mari Lyn Foist, Sherry Meskell, Miss Marilyn Lowery, Sue Smith, Peg Morgan, Doug Cunningham, Jeannie Dexter, Clark Buswell, Dan Musser, Kay Franzen, Rick Geiler, Bart Cerini, Seated: Bobbie Nelson, Chris Roberg, Jane Thody, Susie Wheeler. THE STAFF ln November, 1953, a five page mimeographed sheet carrying the headline "A Paper ls Born" was issued to the student body. Three issues later the paper announced its name - The Titan Shield. inconveniences seemed to be the trademark of the first iournalism class. Amid the Latin class proiects the staff produced their paper with two typewriters and a temperamental mirneograph machine. The following year the staff was awarded a room of its own, but the equipment remained the same - until December, 1954, when the staff was able to present to the student body a four page printed paper. This year a third staff undertook the iob of publishing and carrying out the traditions of the bi- weekly paper. As a result of hard work and firm determination for the best always, the Titan Shield has made rapid progress since November, 1953, when the first staff announced - "A Paper ls Born." Sherry Meskell, photographer fa Left to right: Chris Roberg, Judy Kelly, business manager Jeanette Pabigian, assistant business manager. February l7 saw another "first" at San Marino High School, the "FIRST NlGHTERS," a full evening of entertainment featuring five one-act plays. Shown here are Dixie Lee Anderson and Carlton Myers in a scene from the Senior Class' presentation, "High Window." DRAMA THESPIANS 116 April Hagenbaugh is shown above narrating Charles Dickens' "A CHRISTMAS CAROL," Robert Chaney as Scrooge was backei by a cast and crew of sixty students in this first dramatic pro duction of the year. lst row, left to right: Sharon Murphy Diane Wagner Sharon Nissen April Hagenbaugh Dixie Lee Anderson Margo Jackson Judy Mills Anita Frank 2nd row, left to right: Bob Chaney George Van de Mark Mike Demaree Carlton Myers Miss Mary Kincheloe, advisor Bob Campbell , John Chadsey 1 Barry Herlihy l Bill Rowland l Dal Swart 1 bf' Drama became a major activity on the Titan campus this past season. Not one, but three full programs were presented, each one backed by a crew numbering over fifty ac- tors, backstage assistants, and student di- recrors. Those with a longing for the footlights need not be enrolled in the dramatics classes. All- school tryouts were held for each production. "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens was adapted for the stage by Miss Mary Kinche- loe, drama teacher, and given as a Christmas assembly. lt was an unusual presentation featuring a running narration and difficult lighting techniques. "First Nightersf' an evening of entertainment which benefited the SMHS PTA, took place in February. Major one-act plays included the Sophomore Class's presentation, a corn- edy by Chris Sengel called "Who Gets the Car Tonight?" A realistic train set high- lighted Frank Sturm's "She's a Neat Job," which the Junior Class gave. On the more dramatic side, the seniors' performance was Verne Poweres' "High Window." This was later taken to the Pasadena Playhouse for a one-act play contest. Participation in these plays earned member- ship for a number of actors in the Thespians, a nationwide drama club. A local organiza- tion was formed which sponsored the spring play, "No More Homework" by John Hen- derson. ln this rollicking comedy, the Thes- pians showed what happens when the stu- dent council takes over the administration of a high school in the absence of the prin- cipal. "No More Homework" found these talented students as the able cast. Standing, left to right: Bill Rowland, Miss Mary Kincheloe, Mike Demaree, Clark Armstrong, Darry Kerckhoff, Tom Ranard, John Thompson, Alan Cunning- ham. Second row: John Chadsey, Cheryl Foote, Besty Falkenburg, Sandie Swisher, Melodie Robbins. Third row: April Hagenbaugh, Judy Mills, Marion Elliott, Sharon Murphy, Sue Riddle. M.-sligfl as . if? ' K dll.- xv-rg ln. ei me -4 1 1 U u x l i l l 1 Vi i ,,- Af' Plays are performed and the cast is applauded, But no one applauds these three people who make the play what it is. Bob Campbell, light- ing director, Miss Mary Kincheloep and John Chadsey, stage manager. ll7 DANCES 4 3' . . . And so we danced the whole year through! A football victory and a Titan Queen - life at SMHS began in the fall with great celebration! And as months passed by, the fun and fellow- ship characteristic of the campus continued to create parties and dances for the amusement of all. The Boys' Forum "Hillbilly Hustle" and the Girls' league "Firehouse Fantasy", the All- League Dance, The Frosh 'ilsle ofGreen Rock" and the Sophomore "Continental" - all provided laughs and excitement! With the coming of spring came a new and wonderful experience for the upper classmen. The Junior-Senior Prom at the Huntington- Sheraton Hotel created many a beautiful memory of high school life. And as the year drew to a close, the entire student body looked back over the events of a wonderful experience like a couple leaving a party - the Titan Review, a summary of campus activities, ended the year on a perfect note! T18 ff l L f-i YM- AND ACTIVITIES Activities follow in a sequence of exciting events which involve the entire student body. At the first ofthe year there was Frosh Day, devoted to the recognition and welcome of the lowly newcomers to SMHS. Then an eagerly anticipated event took place in the gym - the Faculty-Varsity basket- ball game. With great enthusiasm and support for both teams, the Faculty was carried to victory in this annual contest. Later came the Iowa Tests for both the Senior and Junior Classes. One and a half days were spent in hard toil so that academic achievement on campus might be measured. But with the mention of these activities, the story of life at SMHS has only begun. They represent a year of those special school-centered activities which make high school such a memorable experience. 1 II9 A!! ,,, .an au- f 'W ,Q 'ix , Wi r H " .Vg , i O N ff fi 'fx 4 J . Io ,. b 35:1 , . -J . -P" ., -vs Y qi, -Q, Q Kg f f wwe, " 2 we 2"'F.' 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Their support rom the stands gave the team the extra spirit and desire to win, when counted the most during the season. any of the boys on the team had the honor of receiving awards over nd above their letters. I would like to congratulate these players, or I know their extra honors were well deserved. But I am also sure at every one of them will agree with me in saying that these boys ould not have gone as far as they did without the support of the ntire team. he team did an outstanding iob this past season as their record cer- inly shows. I can easily say this was one of the finest teams I have ad the honor to coach. Captains Tom Cottle and Ron Glasoe Q x X.. I 5 3 letters and Mike Middle Mike Rodi End Guofd B ferbcck DIC Gordon Brownlee Ward Caldwell Dick Chalk Tackle Cerner Halfback End All Rio Hondo 9- , Fred Lamb Halfback Bucky Oltmans Ted Patten Brad Peery Hglfback Guard Fullback 3? Rich Vanasek John Wagner Fullback Guard Bill Cooper End All Rio Hondo Ron Glasoe Tackle All CIF we Carlfon Myers Tackle Rich Peyton Halfback George Walker Halfback All Rio Hondo st ow eft r ht P Rodi, J. Wagner, L, Coultas B Oltmans T Patten L Ocello B Smith D Kerckho W Cadwell Bolton McDonald S cond row Coach Schvvenk, J, H D Mlls S Face R Roy G Walker R Glasoe T Cattle B Perry R Vanaselc B Angell halk ooper oss. Third row: F. Kristiansen R Peyton F Lamb M Rod: S Crane J Albers C Myers S Self D Cravv or R Thatcher B Rowland A. Hurd, B. Chase, A Hurter Fourth row Coach Pooley B Von Kleinschmidt T Buccola B Garrett S Fellows D Totten B Wilgus D Waltz, G. Brownlee, B Smith J White J Garrett J Tnompson G Primm B Merrell VARSITY TEAM ... Arcadia .. . San Gabriel Citrus North Torrance . . Santa Fe . . .. Artesia .. Bell Gardens Temple City South Pasadena . St. Francis . Pomona Catht Santa Maria Paso Robles 128 ' , Q .,.aw1"' W X N' Q ' ' 2' W- m, ' " A 'X - I S if v 'XWVKAQA'-'-. ' . 7'fsN:3 ..'f l ' Fw 1' Q 41: - f-.,.1 gp-rw' - V' A .si -Q ,+ . N. 8 , fl? -.....g'f W TX , N N - W ,, W- .fn s Q. , -:,.w""'5'x Q NR 4 'fm .. . 5 il 6 A 5. -.' -1' .1 P. ,N 1 axh s1Q"h""- A I ' 'Y H' mr .L -. in 1,,- . ,' SAN MARINO 26 N T' CITRUS I2 SAN MARINC 48 NORTH TORRANCE 7 ATTer Their game wiTh CiTrus The TiTans collecfed Their Third sTraighT win of The year, buT only aTTer one oT Their mosT exciTing TilTs. CiTrus scored Twice early in The game To give Them a l2'poinT margin ThroughouT mosT of The TirsT half. However, San Marino finally came back To score Twice laTe in The second quarTer. Dick Chalk made boTh his conversions, giving San Marino a T4 To T2 lead midway in The game. In The second haIT The TiTans showed Their superiority by adding Two more Touch- downs. In Their lasT pracrice game of The season The TiTans chalked up anoTher vicTory, beaTing The NorTh Torrance Saxons 48 To 7. WiTh This win, San Marino was all pre- pared To meeT SanTa Fe in The Rio Hondo league opener. In The above acTion shoT, Skip Face is caughT by The camera carrying The ball as fullback Rich Vanasek blocks. To The righT, George Walker dumps a Saxon fullback. ,ll '19 di f I 5 0. v' SAN MARINO 54 ARTESIA O 132 The Titans of San Marino again proved their strength, beating the Artesia Pioneers 54 to O. They scored touchdowns the first three times they gained control of the ball, Skip Face made two of the scores while Brad Peery collected the third on a 60 yard screen pass. Face missed his first conversion, the only one of the evening. In the first half, the Pioneers threatened only once, they marched for three first downs in a row before the defense, sparked by linebackers Art Hurd and Darry Kerckhoff, caught hold. Through- out the rest of the game the first string was able to see only a bit of action, however Skip Face appeared long enough to score his third touchdown of the evening. ln the picture above, Bucky Oltmans is caught running the ball with a raft of San Marino players cleaning out the interference. The San Marino TiTans again were shown IiTTle compeTi'Tion as They n'ieT and beaT The Bell Gardens Lancers QT To O. AlThough The score may seem close for The TiTans, They managed To sTay in confrol ThroUghoUT mosT of The game, Brad Peery kicked off lor The TiTans, booTing a beauriful one down in The endzone OT Bell Gardens. On The second series oT plays, John Albers recovered a fumble, seTTing up The TirsT Titan Touchdown. The nexT play Peery drove all The way, wiTh Face making The conversion, In The phoTo on The righT, Skip Face is caughT snagging ci paras from aaanerback Torn CoTtle. The lower picture shows Lace sweeping leTT end wiTh Tour linernen clear- ing The way. SAN MARINO 21 BELL GARDENS O SAN MARINO 54 TEMPLE CITY O With the Titans winning this game over Temple City 54 to O, it was a fitting climax for what most people thought would be the Titans' last home game. This game was undoubtedly the Titans' all the way, with San Marino piling up points one right atrer the other. ln the tirst ot the game, however, Temple City came up with a defense which stopped the Titans' rushing plays. But with Tom Cottle's throwing arm and a number ot capable receiv- ers, San Marino gained most of its yardage through the air lanes. Richard Peyton, haltback, is pictured carrying the ball with the help ot Dave MiIls', John Wag- ner's and Ward Caldwell's blocking. This play netted the Titans a tirst down. 4 SAN MARINO 27 SOUTH PASADENA O In The game vviTh SouTh Pasadena, The Tradi- Tional rivals of San Marino, The Tifans proved Themselves The beffer Team, winning 27 To O. Wilh This vicTory, SMT-lS capTured The Rio l-londo League crown and a place in The CIF playoffs. Although The score may seem a liTTle one-sided, This vvas noT The case. ln facT, unTil The Third quarTer bofh Teams were held scoreless. How- ever, in The lasT half The TiTans exploded and scored four Times. Skip Face again sfarred for San Marino, snagging '1 pass seconds before The end of The game for The final Touchdown. ln The righT'hand phoTo, Skip Face is picfured dropping a pass from QB Tom CoTTle. Below, Face sTraighT-arms a Tiger defender as Ted Paf- Ten blocks. SAN MARINO 32 ST. FRANCIS I8 SAN MARINO 38 POMONA CATHOLIC O eg, X , SVG After winning the Rio Hondo league, the Titans entered the CIF playoffs. ln their first game of the playoffs the San Marino Titans came from behind to whip the St. Francis Knights 32 to I8. The San Marino Titans moved another step closer to the CIF championship by crushing Po- mona Catholic High 38 to O. This being the quar- ter finals, the Titans had to face two more teams before capturing the small schools CIF crown, In this game the Titans showed that they had one of the best balanced teams in the CIF, playing the game without the services of Skip Face, the southland's top back. Even with the loss of this scoring threat, SMHS hit the paydirt the first three times they had control of the ball. In the upper photo, left guard Louie Ocello is pictured downing halfback Larry Higgins for a short gain. Bob Angell and Ron Glasoe are shown in the background. Fullback Brad Peery, in the lower picture, is caught driving up the center. Two unidentified blockers along with end Bill Cooper are also pictured. 131 I . .L 439 VR 9' 5 ' ,,f- if f " t 5 1 r A 5 -. .' nl 1 ,N-is-fa? bg!!-.5 4,1 V - 6 U5 'i' f e V ' ,E :Eg Qs S- 9 E by . . 'ca ff x CIF' CHANIPICDNS ! BEE TEAM SM OPP O... .. Arcadia .. .. 7 7... .. San Gabriel .. .. O 8... . Bell Gardens . .. O 6... .. Artesia .. .. 7 19... ..SantaFe.. ..6 20... .... Arroyo ...I9 19... Temple City .. .. 6 21.. South Pasadena.. ...I9 Coach Mahoney Q--J ...vt Captain, Jim Connelly and Phil Hull Most inspirational, Ben Garrett Most improved, Cosbey Watson First row, left to right. S. Tyler, J. Garrett, R. Geiler, P. Ishizu, D. Bryan, B. Robertson, C. Summerell, B. Redell, B. Edmonds B Bulley R Merrill, T. Holbrook, R. Melville, J. Hoy, D. Broadhead, B. Garrett. Third Row: Coach Mahoney, J. Genoway, C. Watson, D Donath F Toland, C. Armstrong, J. Nunn, J. Miller, F. Robbins, T. Kiner, J. Connelly, M. Krotz. Fourth row: J. Whitney, B. Horgan, D. Sibley P Nissen D. Scanlon, D. Swart, J. Putler, D. Collett, H. Beck. V--un-1 - First row, left to right: M. Murphy, C. Brunner, J. Bottoglia, B. Vaughn, B. Chehock, B. Bruno, S. Holl, J. Bemon, D. Smith, R. Ellsworth, J Eckert. Second row: J. Seley, B. Devore, B. Spruonce, H. Celeyo, G. McPherson, J. Carter, J. Weischendorff, D. Boyle, M. Sweet, J. Little, T Elner, J. Budd. Third row. L. Cormier, R. Teviotdole, D. Bolck, F. Lawson, J. Bolton, D. Norberg, B. Harris, B. Woltholl, R. Ober, T. Eager B. Shelton, D. Dicken, B. Truesdell, Cooch Willard. Fourth row: J. Clark, J. Strondine, D. Moir, C. Mutter, J. Ames, D. Norberg, T. Brown G. Adams, R. Woodbury, M. Lovendole, D. Schnell, F. Poyos. Coc1chWiIlc1rol SM OPP 6... Son Gobriel .. ...3O 7... ...SontoFe... ...25 20... .. Bell Gardens .. ...19 18... .. TempleCity ...12 19... ...Arroyo.... ...19 149 BEE ACTION l-lalfbacks Ben Garrett and Chris Summerell are shown tackling a San Gabriel fullback on an end sweep with Bill Warnock pictured coming to assist on the play. The Titan Bees won this thriller with San Gabriel 7 to O on our home field. The Bee team had an outstand- ing record this past season, los- ing only one Ieague game -- 7 to 6-with the Artesia Pioneers. This one loss put them in a tie for first place with the Pioneers at the end of the year. CEE ACTION Bob Chehock runs an off-tackle play to score the Titan Cee team's lone score in their game with San Gabriel. San Marino dropped this tilt 30 to 6 on our home field. The Cees boasted a better than average record this last season losing only to Santa Fe and Artesia in league play if-C 1 1 . V- -Irma?--.-ffm fv -n--M . Y.-1.---,-alfwgf-. ..v-w THE COACH AND CAPTAIN During the past basketball season one of the best indications of a good team came into light concerning our own varsity team. After a rather average start we ended up the season as one ot the top contenders of the Rio Hondo League Championship. With the help ot Brad Peery, cap- tain, and the rest of the team, the Titan basketballers proved themselves very deft on the floor. As the season went on, the team as a whole improved greatly. The Temple City Rams whipped the Titans early in the league season, but when San Marino met them again the Titans won 57 to 44. By beating the Rams, who went on to win the Rio Howdo League title, the Titans showed the kind of improvement that is the mark of a good team. . ff VGl'SlTy Coach Coach Lewis Captain Brad Peeiy 9 e5.,lF5- Q S , if 0 - ' il El. QQ C55 X Brad Peery Guard X Foward Bill Cooper is pictured above trying a lump sho! from the side court. This acviari was in the second game with the Temple Cily Rams. San Marino won the tilt 57 to 44 Even 1hough San Marino easily beat Temple City in this game, the Rams went on to capture the league championship. BASKETBALL LETTERIVI EN Dick Barrett Guard Bill Cooper Tom Coftle Forward Guard T R ,r " if ' fi. . X p T, , M, X T ips Q 'Y y G if f T llQl , T ,i i, A J 4 S' , 9 'Hi 1 T f Y .Q Vkh, A l-I f K w e K ,XX L: f its i i l :In 1 7 5 , A Dclrry Kerckhoff Guard 'QQ v 'TI' at all liff In the upper photo Tom Cottle is shown trying a clip shot from under the basket. This picture was taken during the South Pasadena game. ln the lower picture Don Koch is caught attempting a lett- handed hook shot from the key, also during the South Pasa- dena game. The Tigers won the tilt 46 to 53. Uv . Ng' 1 X V v Y, ' X - fx . .4' 7 i 2 t 1 ' . 1 '-', ..,.cc. ,.,4 .S Q -w in Q Bill Cooper, in the upper shot, is pictured trying another one of his jump shots from outside ofthe key, This was taken in the home game with Temple City. Dick Barrett lays up the ball for two points, in the lower photo, This was taken late in the fourth quarter ofthe Temple City iiir. Don Koch Fred Nelson Dave Seely John Wagner Center Center Forward Guard Q, ,S sf, 'Q Qt ' X ' 3: 'x T ' au 7 G- C .4 ' if EN' i . I L 'K X ' 4 " K Nl ll We QNSMZUQQ Aggg 1 g ,I ,wi ul 07 . C Ml , T, ,, " kin L-J . ,W ., Q y . Q . ., . -:jr-I X . Q9 gixiwfig ,, 3: gli Ji..a l Y. i Firsf I'0W, leff T0 fl9l1T: B- Wilgus, D- Goldsfein, E- Bell, D. Koch, F- Nelson, B. Cooper, D. Seely, D. Barrett, Second row: Coach Lewis R P Vanasek, J. Wagner, D. Williamson, T. Merris, D. Kerckhoff, M. Faith, B. Peery, A. Hurier. l VARSITY TEAM Opp. SM Rosemead 53 .... .... 4 5 Bonifa 46 .... .... 4 3 Monrovia 53 .... .... 4 7 Cirrus 63 .... .... 4 l Bell Gardens 47 .... .... 4 2 Artesia 28 .... .... 6 5 Sanra Barbara 42 .... .... 4 7 Sania Fe 26 .... .... 6 9 Arroyo 26 .... .... 6 9 Temple Cify 57 .... .... 4 5 Soufh Pasadena 58 .... .... 5 7 Bell Gardens 44 .... .... 4 5 Artesia 45 .... .... 6 3 Sanfa Barbara 35 .... .... 4 O Sanfa Fe 33 .... .... 6 l Arroyo 23 .... .... 4 O Temple City 44 .... .... 5 7 Soufh Pasadena 53 .... .... 4 6 146 ii ,gf l 4. 4 Q i 1 Dave Seely Most Improved Brad Peery Most Valuable BEE TEAM The Titan Bee basketball hoop squad ended up their season the -champions of the Rio Hondo League. The game with Temple 'City was the only blemish on 'their league schedule. The Bee 'team lost this tilt late in the sea- gson on our own hardwood. Bob Sornmers, freshman on the Bee hoop team, tries a iump shot from the bottom of the key. Tex Kiner is shown trying to get in position to grab rebound. This was in the Bee's first game with Temple City. In their final game with South Pasadena, Bob Sommers is shown trying his favorite shot. The Bee hoopsters went on to win this game for their final victory of the league season. Sophomore Jim Connelly is pictured shooting a lump shot from the side of the court. Bob Sommers is also shown. This action was in San Marino's first game with the Temple City Rams. 147 Firsr row, left to right: B, Leddel, B. Horgon, P. Miller, T. Kiner, B. Sommers, D. Martin, J. McDonald, G. Leoncirdson, J. Connelley not shown. Second row: Couch Willord, B. Edmonds, R. Stoneman, R. Merrill, B. BIc1ck,C, Mc1clin,J, Bortolero, BEE TEAM Dec 2 ... Dec. 6 ,. Dec. 9 .. Dec. l3 .. Jon. 3 .. Jon. l7 .. Jon. 20 .. Jon. 27 .. Jcin.3l.. Feb. 3 .. Feb. 7 ., Feb. I4 .. Feb. I7 .. Feb. Ql .. Feb. 24 148 . . Rosemecid . . . . Bonifo .. Monroyio . . . Lo l-lobro . . . . Citrus . . . Santo Fe . . ,.... Arroyo .... Temple Ciiy South .Posodeno ... Bell Gardens ,.... Arfesio .. Sonic Fe . . . . . Arroyo .... Temple City South Posodeno Coach Willcxrd keg, . ' 1. w t "l B. Sommers, most inspi J. McDonald, captain. 1. 6:5 rational, R, Kiner, most improvedg CEE TEAM Rosemead Bonita Monrovia La Habra Rosemead Citrus Bell Gardens Artesia Santa Fe Arroyo Temple City South Pasadena Bell Gardens Artesia Santa Fe Arroyo South Pasadena Temple City DEE TEAM Rosemead Bonita Monrovia La Habra Rosemead Citrus Bell Gardens Artesia Santa Fe Arroyo Temple City South Pasadena Bell Gardens Artesia Santa Fe Arroyo South Pasadena Temple City K First row, left to right: J. Carter, J. Eckart, J. Battaglia, C. Brunner, L. Cormier. Second row: P. Nelson, D. Clark, B. Vaughan, J. Beman, Coach Pooley. First row, left to right: A. lngle, T. Stroud, J. Gaylord, D. Dickens, J. Strandine, D. Moir, M. Silivia, D, Schnell, B. Wathall. Second row: P. Nelson, D. Clark, J. Seley, J. Bolton, D. Ober, B. Harris, T. Eager, Coach Pooley. Q Q ' It g Coach Pooley l X ,rex A K, -J 1 i X I4 5.8 ,MammQ w fi Siisum ,. . Nf3f .'s-.v"' ,igvsam-wnmf I as 14 a,,r gmpi' QQ -'W . , 'wiv . qzik' WW Fi, SPRING SPCRTS l fgigi 2 iw? dQQ3fi l l l, 1 1 "1' 1f f Q b I ' wi is 5 'F' Q W q . H W 150 QP: -an if TRACK VARSITY TEAM he San Marino Titan varsity track team showed reat strength this past season by being one of the top squads in the Rio Hondo League. Last year the team was composed of juniors and underclassmen, and they showed a lot of po- tential by winning the majority of their meets. arly in the season Coach Schwenk expressed great hope for his team in the coming season. He said that "San Marino should have the strongest squad in the Rio Hondo League." In the Pasadena Games, one of the outstanding meets of the season, San Marino's Dave Mills took a first in the shot put, many other athletes from San Marino also placed in the meet. This was another good indication that San Marino would have a very powerful track team. 9 ,ia Y k q L Coach Schwenk X xy v B s . up VTB3 'qx First row, left to right: T, Ranard, J. Vail, D. Crawford, R. Thatcher, D. Totten, B. Twist, S. Crane, B. Waltz, R. Glasoe, D Mills P Rod: R. Peters. Second row: B. Merrell, O. Fraser, B. Smith, T, Jenkins, B. Oltmans, S. Lemp, S. Face, D. Lamb, G. Richardson G Wofford A Hurter, W. Helmick, L, Ocello, G. Weinand, A. Bacher, G. Walker, D. Chalk, M. McAllister, B. Angell. MLA il...is i 1"""!l' B-sw '75 0 "Qs 33:01 . - 1: 'W aux.. ..l...'.f 1 " '1' ' 'RX ff' 'tie 43 . .-. Alf .ra N in sph 4 4 W. c. 3? A , g wfitf vt is 1 ag. wa . kk .' rv ..-a-...- V. K -1.5, - .Q .- San Marino 43114-Citrus 163A San Marino oofliurbank 38 ln the above action shot Rich Thatcher is pictured being nosed out in the 100 yard dash. Mendoza of Citrus won the event with a slow time for both boys at 10.4. Pete Rodi, George Walker and George Weinand were also in the race for San Marino. ln the middle photo Andy Bacher crosses the tape in the 660 yard run. He won it with an almost record time. ln the lower picture, Dick Chalk and Tom Jenkins take one two in the 440 yard dash. The winning time for this race was 54.3 .A - .ity Son Marino 43Vp-Citrus 1631, 152 -A Sli BEE TEAM fee irst row, left to right. B. Acres, . Angus, S. Tyler, R. Geiler, C. ummerell, J. de la Fuenie, T. olbrook, G. Gaylord, D, Nor- erg. Second row: G. Van de ark, J. Genoway, D. Broad- ead, B. Cerini, P. Kellogg, T. Jay, J. McKellar, B. Edmonds, . Wright. Third row: F, Rob- ins, F. Tolond, P. Hull, D. Col- err, D. Stephan, R. Merrill, H. eck, K. Cole, G. Thomas, S. uswell. CEE TEAM 440-1- Firsr row, left to right: D, Whistler, D. Kavanaugh, J. Clark, B. Harris, A, Munnecke, N. Oalway. Second row P Morrusroe F. Mulkern, J. Little, B. Bruno, T. Stroud, R. Ober. APRIL 4, T956-VARSITY TRACK RECORDS TOO yard dash ..lO.2 -Thafcher 220 yard dash ..22.5 4Tl1aTcher 4110 yard dash ..53,0 +Chalk 880 yard run .... 2108.6-Bacher Mile run ....... 5.07.5-Twist 880 Relay ...... l:33.3 lChalk, Crane, Rodi,Tha1cherl l8O LH .... 20.4 T20 HH .... 15.2 High Jump . 5'lO' Pole Vault ..lO'7" Shot Put ...52'5V2" Broad Jump . 2O'l l" Face -Face -Angell, Lemp -McAllister Mills -Face , ,,. ,4 Q R -v ...-. ... .....-..........-.... -...... + y 4 . --.1 S 5 . M.,-..l , , . i lg he-rf A x 'lf' First row, left to right: B, Devore, J. McDonald, B. Robertson, B, Horgan, E. Bluth, B. Bolton, J. Garrett, C. Watson. Second row R Peyton H. Stilley, J. Garrett, R. Bolstad, J. Gotfredson, J. Greene, J. Putler, S, Fellows, D. Carter, BASEBALL March March March March March March March April April April April April April April April May May lO May lO May ll . . . . Citrus . . . Puente ...... Arcadia . . . ...... Monrovia .. Bell Gardens Arroyo Pomona South Pasadena . .. ........ Artesia .. . Temple City Santa Fe .. Bell Gardens . . ......... Arroyo South Pasadena ...... Arcadia ...... Artesia .. Temple City ..... Artesia . . Santa Fe Coach Mahoney 4 l 'X' eft to right is pictured the pitching staff of the an Marino varsity baseball team, Rich Peyton, Dave crter and John Greene along with Coach Mahoney. .. ,, hush'- r DN Pitcher John Greene, along with starting team, is shown in the photo below. This action was taken in the home game with Bell Gardens. ir'f4'Zlil'm , Steve Fellows along with the first team is pictured just after pitcher, Dave Carter, retired the sides, Z if if .Sf 5 . -I 4, I Q., ei-me at W .- .ai - T First row, left to right: G. Primm, B. Corse, C. Williams, D. Seely, B. Peery, D. Williamson, D. Sheldon, T, Cottle. Second row: S. Vaughn, B. Ashton, B. Battelle, D. Whitaker, J. Schmidt, S. Dundas, D. Buchanan, D. Swart, D. DePry. Third row: G. McPherson, P, Tarlton, D. Stewart, D. Scanlan, M. Demaree, R. Melville, T, Merris, D. Ross, B. Haynes, M. Faith. TENNIS Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May 6 9 I3 T6 20 3 6 TO T3 T7 20 27 3 8 ll Coach Bradford n. i l I Q i Citrus . . . Puente .. . Arcadia . . . . . Monrovia ..... Bell Gardens .. South Pasadena Wilson Artesia . . . Temple City Santa Fe ..... Bell Gardens . . South Pasadena Artesia ... Temple City . . . . Santa Fe Tom Cattle, number one man on the tennis ladder, is shown serving the ball, this action was taken in a recent day of practice. Q. ,,,,...----"TF .rw -Hn 1 the above photo two Ivan swimmers are shown rocticing a racing dive. Ithough this year's team as a little Young, with iany underclassmen on ,the squad, proved -gavertheless to be a strong ne ' vim , ,rf , any ,SWIMMING Feb. 24 ... .. CIF Relays Feb. 28 ... .. .lOl'1f'I Muir Mai. 2 .. .. Flinfridge Mar. 9 . . .. Pasadena Mar, I4 . . ...,.. Flinfriolge Mar. Io .. ........ Glendale Mar. 20 .. .. CIF Invitationals Apr. 3 . . . ..... Pasadena 'X Apr. 6 .. .. Leuzinger ' Apr. IO ... ....... John Muir Apr. I7 ........ El Rancho Coqclq Willgfd Mciy ll . .. CIF Championship First row, left to right: R. Neuhoff, B. Wagner, S. Mason, B, Bulley, B. Freeman, B. Brunner, T. Scott, P. Thompson, T, Loynd. Second row: B. Tappan, L. Ulvestead, R. Woodbury, J. Young, J, Lewis, E. Flinn, C. Maclin, S. Elner, Coach Willard. Third row: E. Burling, B. Leddel, D. Norburg, T. Morgan, M. Lovendale, D, Black, J. Strandine, J. Gaylord. i 4. 4- . 2' tl I 's I I...'I-'J ,, ...qw 4q,.,. ,im sv- gg., 0... Hs. -..s .. H..,.,. .-.,--EF-1 .---v-M - Y - -- J' ' GAL Miss Pauline Cheuvront Mrs. Shirley Aney JSGH GOSFTZ advisor advisor sportsmanship award During the first, formative year of San Marino High School's existence, the Girls' Athletic League came into being. Led by Miss Pauline Cheuvront, 'girls' physical education teacher, the GAL received the first club charter granted by student council. lt was a major organization that year, and although many new clubs have been chartered since, GAL has grown steadily and held its place as the largest group of its kind. This year, Mrs. Shirley Aney became a second advisor. Membership has reached 210 - so many that it was impossible to include all members in the picture space on these pages. GAL affords the only opportunity for girls to participate in organized athletics outside of physical education classes. A wide variety of sports are offered, in- cluding table tennis, tennis, volleyball, basketball, softball, and swimming. Meet- ing approximately twice a week, the members take part in after-school tourna- ments for each activity. At the end of every year, the group elects one girl whom they consider to have shown outstanding sportsmanship in GAL participation. Jean Goertz was hon- ored last spring and her name has been engraved on the permanent Sportsman- ship Award Plaque. Gee 63 Ist row, left to right: Pat Cushman, tennis, Claire Fallas, Lil Riemer, TEAM MANAGERS. lst row, left to right: Virginia Byers, basketball Mary Irish, Challis Letton, table tennis. 2nd row: Susan Parker, tennis, Mary Irish, softball, Carol Kullick, badminton, Jerry Batson, table tennis Carol Kullick, Judy Hubert, Helen Carter, Joan Primm, Virginia Byers, 2nd row: Jane Thody, assistant intra-mural, Claire Fallas, tennis Pat badminton. Not shown: Carol Ann Berger, badminton. Cushman, volleyball, Laurel Elmendorf, swimming. WINNING VOLLEYBALL TEAM lst row, left to right: Betty Carmen Gloria Asaro Lorraine Patton Joan Sheets Susan Schumacher find row: Martie l-lege Nancy Coyle Mary Ann Murphy Jalien Renwick Karen Cuneo Anita Frank WINNING SOFTBALL TEAM lst row, left to right: Jackie Bucknell Virginia Byers Joan Sheets Judy Crumrine 2nd row: Linda Mills Virginia Hull Laura McNeill Pat Cushman Mary Irish Mary Alice Herndon Marcia MacDonald WINNING SWIMMING TEAM Left to right: Janet Cranston Helen Cartei Pixie Campbell Nancy Mann Linda Morris Betty Carmen Effie Zamanis Laurel Elmendori Bonnie Jo Miller Jackie Bucknell Joselyn Foss Susan Schumacher Martie Hege Joan Parker Sandie Swisher Margery Farrar Molly Cotton Judy Barrett 'asg gag a 4 5 f, A 1' , , BT ' 1, X L-'Ai C Q ,:uvQ'Q'9 v" rx if 1 I. YF .. ss , .,, qv: efffl? ,ax 'Ne Q.. ""u.,,, '14-s. I .4"'f'17M 1 'W'-. :'P""4 ' an ,, , fa- . NL J.,y Ns 'JIM H, ' xfpis.-F:-11:1 nh- . ., E v ,X '- -5, ,V I. N: .-,V,,.w..:.,4 K-Hz.. ..-1' . ' ' H :Pt -.,., . 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Be- sides featuring a wide assortment of men's clothing, the store is noted for its sweaters- including those made tor the SMHS senior class by VVoodrutf's. Barbara Herrick and Shiela Penney are regular of the MISSION BELL BAKERY, which has two in San Marino, 2639 Mission Street and 2l38 Hunting ton Drive. Party and wedding cakes are the specia ot Mission Bell, which features i'Bakery Goods for Discriminatingf' l sow 1 l f, Judy McDerrnid and Tom Edwards are seen here coming out of BUDS COFFEE SHOP, 2317 Hunting- ton Drive, San Marino. Whether it's after school or after a date, make it a point to go to Buds, for delicious foods and Burtons 31 flavors of ice cream. Rella Parisi and Spence Crane sit behind the wheel as they dmire one of the new Ford qhunderbirds now on display at 1 SAN MARlNO MOTORS, 2000 Huntington Drive, San Marino. Besides featuring a complete selection of new Fords, San Marino Motors also offers Ford service and Ford parts. ,X J , J J Fran Teviotdale and Wally Helmick look over the line of sport clothes at the JUNIOR HOUSE, 2476 Huntington Drive, San Marino. The Junior House features girls' and boys' fashions, school uniforms and school supplies, as well as gifts and toys for all occasions. wt if arolyn Hess and George alker consult PAUL LOWREY INTFRIORS, 2451 Mission Street, an Marino, for tips on color chemes. A member of the American Institute of Decorators, Lowrey's sells draperies, carpet- ing, and furniture. Congratulations Graduates from GENE BURTON'S CARROUSEL lsynonymous with tine teminine apparell 269 South Lake Pasadena Qll Marine Avenue Balboa Island It You Are Interested In Books Stationery Greeting Cards Engraving Then the Place tor You ls HOPKINS LIBRARY . 2164 Huntington Drive San Marino Bill Cleary assists Sue Owen as she does her shopping at the EL RANCHO MARKET, llOl W. Huntington Drive, Arcadia. Located at the Rancho Santa Anita shopping district, the El Rancho Market is your one stop shopping cen- ter. Joyce Theurkaut points out a smart new pattern wallpaper to Ron Glasoe at PHELPS-CLARK CORP ORATION, 909 E. Green Street, Pasadena. Yo find Phelps-Clark has a complete line of x and paints, as well as all other items to suit a' , rw 53 Nr ' Saw' N ' K ,,:. Y K. - ,mf-11- ,. x vm- M fn:-M, P A.. fi Q '. ,W- , ' ni' 1 k ' 5 w X ,AF v 195 i 0 9 s k gf: "Q, ,S wh! 3 1 if ' ,., . is ka? 'XY fe- Sk Yi? O.: -' P- 'Z .vm we, ,.... " if xfx4smf,g,- l : . L I 4 3, ,Q L, f ' 3 4, px Q Q v. gy ' mm. , ' A I HW: Q UF' I in "lv, x , ., Q A , L'f 1-5'g,4as 71,9 .V ' pus 15 r '.Sf"S' , , my 55X " -D A K N k" ,.L:1 , ', " ' as if A v" IAQ f l J"J.f I ' 1' ' ' . I in 1 I I !1,.,'1fff : 9 gm. Q -N4 5: E 'P 5 EK ' mi fir N7 U W' 4 .gl ' 'buh' - .Q- l .lean Goertz and Bar- bara Layfield admire one ot the attractive White Stag sweaters featured at SHEPARDS, 2334 Huntington Drive, San Marino. Shepard's is your San Marino headquarters for all White Stag Sportswear. Pat Turner helps Rich Vanasek choose from among the many fine sweaters featured at SAN MARINO MEN'S SHOP, 2154 Huntington Drive, San Marino. San Marino Men's also has on display tailored-to-measure suits and a complete line ot clothes for teen agers. Titanian photographer Bill Rowland watches Nancy Falkenburg examine one of the fine cam- eras now on sale at McDONALD'S CAMERA SHOP. McDonald's, 2126 Huntington Drive, fea- tures the tinest in cameras and projectors, pho- tographic supplies and equipment. Donna Jones and Denny DePry enioy a Coke made from the fountain of the HOSTESS SHOP, 2512 Huntington Drive, San Marino. Also fea- turing ice cream, party favors, and greeting cards, the Hostess Shop is truly HA shop your friends tell their friends about." Patty Gammon and Cheri Renshaw look over some of the merchandise on sale at SAN MARINO HARDWARE, 2134 Huntington Drive, San Marino. It's San Marino Hardware for rentals, house- wares, electrical supplies, tools, and builders hardware. Sandie Swisher and Carol Cone stop to make a purchase at the BOWMAN PHARMACY. An ex- clusive prescription pharmacy, Bowman's is con- veniently located at 1427 San Marino Avenue -next door to the San Marino Medical Center. , I 5 L 1 Delivery Service S 81 H Green Stamps 2300 Huntington Drive San Marino Boys Girls Infants Teenagers find all their clothing needs at YOUNG FASHIONS 940 Huntington Drive San Marino 167 '.-F",,,,.- F Lyle Joesting is delighted to receive from Eric Wilson a tine corsage bought at ERNA'S FLOWERS, 2428 Huntington Drive, San Marino. Whenever you see quality flowers, from cor- sages tothe bouquet presented to the SMHS toot- ball queen, you can be sure They came from Erna's l "PAUL KENT POR- TRAITSH is a term sy- nonymous with fine quailty photography in San Marino. Here in the studio, 2539 Mission Street, San Marino, are April Hagenbaugh and Bob Campbell. They're admiring an enlarge- ment made from one of the many pictures in the 1596 Titanian taken by Kent Studios. Salesman Ray Garland shows Sharon Nissen one ot the tine wrist watches featured at STEDMAN'S JEWELRY STORE, lOO E. Main Street, Alhambra. Stedman's carries Elgin, Hamilton, and Bulova watches, as well as silverware, men's and ladies' jewelry, diamonds, and stone rings. "Best wishes to the Class of 'i56" from the man- agement .at SAN MARINO SPORTING GOODS. Here in the store, 2I54 Huntington Drive, Brad Peery shows Jon Kite one of the quality tennis rackets now on sale. For tops in athletic equip- ment, Titan athletes agree on San Marino Sport- ing Goods. .loan Primm stops to chat with Bruce Slack, as she ad- mires this new Cadillac El- dorado at the BEVVLEY ALLEN CO. If youre looking for ci quality new car, youll find it at Bewley AlIen's, 8OI E. Main Street, Alham' bra, "Your Local Cadillac Dealer." 'If we haven't got what you want, we'lI get it!" is the slogan of BILL GAMBRELL'S MARKET, 2122 Huntington Drive, San Marino. How- ever, Rich Thatcher and Denis Crawford, picking out a half-gallon of ice cream, seem to find everything they want at Garnbrells. ,A 5 X ? ig Judy Heitkemper and Jeff Godard are antici- pating a good dinner at the MARINO HOUSE, 2657 Mission Street, San Marino. As Judy and Jeff will tell you, youll find lunches and dinners at popular prices at the Marino House, as well as four banquet rooms for private parties. mf, il 1 it 1.1 1.- Xl ss , SSKKNKXSXXNSXZKW ....J'f.v What did he say? Driver Skip Face may be discussing new Royal 76 gasoline with pretty Sue Foist, but we doubt it. Doesn't matter, though. He's stopped at the right station and the right iump for the West's most powerful premium. That's new Royal 76. Just ask Mari Lin Foist or Carlton Myers there with them - or "Minute Man" Ron Geisel. These Titans at San Marino High know when they drive in at the sign ot the big 76 - they drive away with The Finest! UNION OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA ff' T! gffl A -T T' 'TTTT IWLWIIUN ,.. Steve Dundas and Peg Morgan pick out a can of Old Colony Paint at HUNTINGTON HARD4 WARE, 2970 Huntington Drive, San Marino. You'll find Huntington Hardware your head- quarters in San Marino for a complete line of Old Colony Paints. T' Darryl and Dennis Troedson pick out their sport shirts at VANDERMASTS FOR MEN AND BOYS, 201 E. Main Street, Alhambra. Young men will find popular selections of sport shirts and sport clothes - and find new items first - at Vandern'iast's. Nancy Parr and Bob Herron relax after school as they enioy a chocolate malt at the HOLIDAY RESTAURANT, 2020 Huntington Drive, San Ma- rino. Whether you desire an evening or Sunday dinner, a luncheon or a snack, you'll find good food at the Holiday. ' x X IQ". ', u f R K ee 'X IU +I, 1 "1 1 f T3 lg, - - 1 if , . 1 I x '37 A ' xg 'S GJ U' N" " fI3?,n .4: k'f1 -f Q.-.QW-Y -YW W . ,Y . ,rv ,, , ,pug "" J! JD 31001 noli moq jo sx,J,pu271.lg, CAPTURED MOMENTS? ina :vi n SAN MARINO l ' 'mm ' I ' li' . J , .A ,I Us I Kuff r , h 5 3. A- fi- -. ' . 'Ml .ax A-.t-,--gi r I . U ' ' ' .., v .Q u 1 I .U '11, WZ, RTW' 'W SENIOR CLASS INDEX Ackman, Jeannette. . . 27, 109 Albers, John , . . 27, 126, 128 Anderson, Dixie Lee. . . 27, 116 Andrew, John. . .27 Angell, Bob. . . 27, 127, 128, 136, 151 Angus, Bob. . .27 Arzoumanian, Larry. . . 27 Bacher, Andrew. . . 27, 93, 98, 151, 152 Barlow, Mary Ann.. .27 Barnhouse, Andy. . . 28 Barringer, Midge. . 528, 98 Batson, Jerry. . . 109, 158, 159 Berger, Joan . . . 28 Bergren, Glenell . . . 28, 109, 162 Biszantz, Carmen . . . 28, 107 Blozan, Yolanda . . . 28, 109 Bluth, Ed. . .29, 154 Brehme, Hall . . . 29, 96 Brown, Marilyn . . . 29, 95, 97 Brownlee, Gordon . . . 29, 127, 128 Brunner, Bruce. . . 29, 157 Budd, Allan . . . 29, 98 Buswell, Clark.. .29, 96 Butterworth, George . . . 29 Campbell, Bob . . . 26, 30, 90, 96,116,117,168 Carey, Francis Carr, Don . . . 20, 86, 91 Chadsey, John . . . 20, 96, 116, 117 Chalk, Richard . . . 30, 87, 91, 93, 127, 128, 129, 131, 151, 152,162 Chase, Barry. . . 30, 128 Chipman, Duane. . . 30, 96 Cirrito, Carol . . . 30, 109 Clark, Paul . . . 30 Clark, Susan . . . 31, 109 Cleary, Bill... 164 Coblentz, Susanne. . .31 Cone, Carol . . . 31, 93, 109, 158, 167 Cottle, Tom...31,125,126,128,144,156,165 Coyle, Ed . . . 31, 89 Crane, Spencer. . . 31, 127, 128, 151, 163 Crawford, Denis . . . 31, 89, 91, 93, 98, 127, 128, 151, 169 Crawford, Joy. . . 31, 97, 109 Cunningham, Douglas . . . 32, 92, 93, 97, 114, 115 Davies, Mary. . . 32, 97 Davis, Joan . . . 32, 97 de la Fuente, Juan . . . 32, 90, 97 De Pry, Dennis. . . 26, 32, 102, 156, 157 De Wolf, Yvonne . . . 32, 93, 97, 98 Donath, Carol . . . 32 Dundas, Steve... 156, 171 Dwight, Mary. . .32, 93, 107 Edwards, Tom . . . 163 Eggleston, Catherine . . . 33 Ellerby, Katie. . . 33, 109 Face, Skip. . . 33, 93,127,128,129,130,133,135 Faith, Michael . . . 33, 89, 93, 146, 156 Falkenburg, Nancy. . . 33, 98, 109, 166 Foist, Mari Lyn.. . 33, 115, 170 Foist, Sue... 170 Frank, Anita . . . 33, 91, 97,109,116,158,159 Frazier, Ed . . . 33 Fraeeman, Bob. . . 34, 111, 157 Garland, Ray . . . 34, 97, 168 Geisel, Ronald . . . 34, 89, 170 Genoway, Pat . . . 34 Glasoe, Ronald . . . 34, 89, 91, 119, 125, 127, 128,136,151, 164 Godard, Geoffrey . . . 34, 169 Godfrey, Sue. . . 35, 88, 93, 109 Goertz, Jean . . . 26, 35, 93, 109, 158, 166 Goldsmith, Don . . . 35, 106 Goldstein, Dennis . . . 35 Graham, Dave. . . 35 Greene, John . . . 35, 154, 155 Greene, Nancy . . . 35 Griffin, Cathy . . . 35 Groth, Sandra . . .36 Gurely, John . . .36 Gammon, Patty . . . 34, 99, 167 Gardner, Bill . . . 34 Hagenbaugh, April . . . 36, 109, 116, 117,168 Hansen, Carol . . .36 Harrison, Maude. . . 36, 93, 98 Haynes, Blair. . . 36 Heitkemper, Judie . . . 36, 99, 169 Helmick, Walter. . . 36, 98,151,163 Henderson, Ann . . . 37 Herlihy, Barry. . . 37, 111, 116 Herrick, Barbara . . . 37, 99, 162 Herron, Robert. . . 37, 171 Hess, Carolyn . . . 37, 90, 92, 93, 113, 163 Hickey, Linda . . . 37, 105, 109 Hilliard, Gary. . .37 Hollis, Georgia . . . 37 Hollopeter, Clayton . . . 38, 96, 98 Hoy, John . . . 38, 130, 138, 139 Hurd, Art. . . 38, 126, 128 Jackson Margo. . . 38, 116 Joesting, Lyle. . . 38, 97, 113, 168 Johnston, Ernest. . . 38 Johnson, Sonya . . .38 Johnston, Richard . . . 39 Jones, Donna . . Jung, Carlita . .. . 39, 88, 167 39 Keiser, Sherrie . . . 39 Kelley, John . . . Kincaid, Susie Jo Kindler, Judith. Kiner, Richard . . Kite, Jon . . . 40, Koch, Don . . . Kristiansen, Fred . . 39 ...39 ..39,111 .39,130,138,139,147, 148 96, 169, 176 40, 92, 93, 95, 97, 98, 118, . 40, 128 Kullick, Carol. . .40, 97, 109, 158, 159 Lamb, Fred . . . 40, 127, 128, 129, 151 Layfield, Barbara . . . 40, 91, 93, 109, 166 Lemp, Bernard. . . 40, 151 Lender, Charlene Little, Sharon . . ...41,97 .41,104,165 Lupus, Madeleine. . . 41, 94, 95 Laing, Graeme.. . 40, 96 McAllister, Mike... 41, 96,151 McDermid, Judy.. .41, 93, 98, 113,163 McEniry, Sue. . .41, 99 McEntee, James. . .41 McFedries, John ...41,113,171 Maclean, Norman . . , 42, 98 Malone, Stephen . . .42 Massi, Dan. . .42 Mattocks, Mary Ann . . .42 Menke, Paul . . .42, 96 Meskell, Sherry. . .42, 98, 109, 115 Mills, Judy...42, 116,117 Mills, Kenny. . .42 Morgan, Grant. . . 43 Morgan, Helen . . .43 Morgan, Peg . . . 43, 93, 94, 115, 171 Mueller, Rita . . .43 Murphy, Sharon . . . 43, 97, 116, 117 Murphy, Terry . . . 43, 96 Myers, Carlton . . . 43, 116, 127, 128, 170 Nelson, Fred... Nissen, Sharon . Ocello, Louie. . . O'Connor, Jane. Oropallo, Robert 43,145,146 ..44, 112, 116, 168 44,127, 128,136,151 ..44 ...44 Owen, Sue. . . 44, 87, 94, 164 Parisi, Rella . .. Parr, Nancy. . . Patten, Ted . . . Peery, Brad . . . 44, 91, 93, 97, 109, 113,163 44, 91, 92, 96, 97,171 44, 45, 127,128,135 93, 989, 127, 128, 131,136 143,145,146,147,156 Penney, Shiela . . . 26, 45, 162 Phelan, Mary. . .45 Pinson, Cynthia . . . 45, 97 Primm, Joan... 159, 169 145, 146 Rayle, Frank. . . 45 Renshaw, Charleen . . .45, 112, 167 Richardson, Gary. . . 45, 151 Robbins, Barbara . . . 45 Robertson, Sue . . . 46, 93 Rodi, Mike. . .46, 89, 91,99,126, 128 Rosenow, Sue . . . 46, 88, 93, 97 Ross, David . . . 46, 128, 156 Rowland, William . . . 46, 113, 116, 117, 128, 166 Roy, Bob. . . 46, 126, 128 Schleicher, Jane Schrader, Marti . . . 46, 87, 91, 93, 98, 99 Seely, Dave. . . 46, 86, 90, 145, 146, 156 Self, Sam. . .47, 126, 128 Sherrard, Gary . . A 47, 98 Sinclair, Jan . . .47 Skaer, Barbara . . .47 Slack, Bruce. . . 47, 95, 169 Smith, Bill...47, 126, 128,151 Snodgrass, Susan. . . 47, 88, 91, 93, 97, 102 Stay, Mike. . . 47, 96 Stephan, Dean . . . 48, 153 Stilley, Hugh . . . 48, 154 Swisher, Sandra . . .48, 99, 106, 117, 159, 167 Tescher, Jack . . .48 Teviotdale, Francoise . . . 48, 88, 93, 98, 109, 163 Thatcher, Richard . . . 48, 97, 113, 127, 128, 151, 152, 169 Theurkauf, Joyce . . . 48, 95, 164 Thompson, John . . . 49, 117 Thompson, Philip. . .49, 157 Trapani, Tony. . .49 Troedson, Darryl . . . 49, 106, 171 Troedson, Dennis. .. 49, 106, 171 Trotter, Steve . . . 96 Turner, Pat . . . 96, 49, 109, 166 Tuttle, Peg . . .49 Twist, Robert. . . 49, 87, 91, 93, 151 Vail, Joel . . . 50, 99,151 Vanasek, Richard . . . 50, 127, 128, 130, 146, 166 van Wingen, Rudy.. . 50, 98 Vaughn, Spencer. . . 50, 156 Vinci, Bob. . .50 Voikovich, Catherine . . . 50, 99 Wagner, Diane. . . 50, 116 Walker, George. . .50, 91, 98,127,128,151,163 Wall, William . . .51 Weinand, Lynne. . .51 Weinand, George. . . 51, 151 Wilson, Eric. . . 3, 51, 90, 91, 93, 97,112,168 Wood, Allan . . . 51, 98 Wyckoff, Ann . . . 51, 171 H' "'11""""'l"-A W" r--N --- - -- -- '-- g YJ-1 -svn-r THANKS Richard Graves 176 -i Bill Rowland Jon Kite to photographer RICHARD GRAVES from Paul Kent Studios, for his u tiring co-operation and outstanding pitcures. Without his assistance th yearbook would never have been possible. to photographer BILL ROWLAND, for the many long hours he has d voted to his work. Bill's has been an extremely thankless and demand ing iob, and he certainly deserves recognition for his efforts. to JON KITE and his advertising crew, for making our expanded a section possible. to the staff of THE YEARBOOK HOUSE, Monvoria, publishers of t T956 Titanian. to ANITA FRANK, for her management of the Titanian sales and di tribution. to the rest of THE STAFF, for the outstanding work done by each an every person connected with the Titanian. to MR. JOHN CHRISTENSON, for being our faithful and indefatigibl faculty advisor all year. to THE ADMlNISTRATlON AND FACULTY, for their co-operation an assistance. to YOU, the student body, for the many suggestions that have been o guide throughout the year, as we have worked to bring you th 1956 Titanian. 4f10fLZr ga fV6Ilfl'0IZ . . 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