Santa Fe High School - Legend Yearbook (Santa Fe Springs, CA)

 - Class of 1959

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'Along with help and guidance in this high-school year, the counselors aided the class with arrangements for their class ring and with other special pro- jects. Now they have become the "last of the first"--the first class to spend four years at Santa Fe. Again they have Mr. Lapp as advisor, who has become a "two-time loser." He has worlced with them on the many graduation preparations. Mr. Lapp, who was freshman counselor, had the delicate job of orienting those "babes in the woods" to the sophisti- cated ways of high school. He also helped them to plan their projects and dances. As juniors, the "last ot the first" received the help of Mr. Peters. Besides their "plain old every-day" projects, Mr. Peters helped them with the selection of senior sweaters and jackets. 4 G--A-1 xg rccy c lv F X 'yi Rx f A fi My 'A XX rg u 'Ni W s yr Z Eu u, ,I 1. ,px 5 . 553' C 1' W H' , ' rl is ' " Zfwwmdkfv , ,I X . , , 7 2 ' x . .J , P ff 0 9 4 f lx 4' J j W! 5"o ,ll '-' Swv ,Ng M X W -V f I NSY-X 5' 1, X, f f W M47 rx R6 AA Q7 LSB: -Q.. I Y., Q u J' When they were freshmen, The "last of the first" chose Anita Bige, Mar- gie Schenck, Lynda Erwin, Rachel Orozco, Andy Hamblin, Joe Vila- seca, Mary Rodriguez, and Laura Clark as their first class officers. l- -'PH ii' ,X , A hcl Sophomore year, the officers for the Class of '59 were Nancy Rowland, ,..., JoAnn Norris, Arville Tacker, Jackie .1 Payne, and Debra Baker. Q7 For that important Junior year, the representatives of the first "four-year men" were Margie Schenck, Carol Peglow, Judy Coute, Dave Stenson, and Joe Gibbs. it Now they are Seniors, and to help round out their four years at Santa Fe, the "last of the first" chose Vickie Naiar, Nancy King, Margie Hathaway, Marilyn Hunts- man, Andy Hamblin, and Jim Reid as their officers, f" fo 17 Z any zzifmr Our theme, "The .Last of the First," was chosen in honor of our Seniors who came here as our first freshmen and have worked to build our school and our spirit during the past four years. pw- -ll iiNllX it with x x N . 3 J, WW 457 H ,ff ,fx 7 ,. x N 5 JL 33395 IKFVXQIMI, if A Nh fb gk Kata X 6 XXV! ,F Qin' If if iff U 7' N' W5 N V, V P D , Q Q G' N861 Mnyl I mglwwxk mf g V N528 Y VV 'X ,eww fp XP Q Y M Wmwb Wg Qrfy gp SJ HL D IN ,Lpf ' A il ,V A L , Vf SW V2 W gig My Nm ,vNbgNNH5xgX5S xlph NGA' Xqfxv U, . 2097915 rf L' T A w if ny "vc J Xxftgg 0 X, Of gf EW' .N , P Jinx ,Q QL Qfixq by N X Q X XV, XX J pw VNV' Hcp ' tx , F if NO iw J' MIA Q! 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We will al- ways remember The many Tine conTribuTions of This graduaTing class and know ThaT The experiences you have gained will have lasT- ing eTTecTs in all of your TuTure endeavors. lvfs Mr. EmmeTT Larson Principal Mr. Mark Genera Mrs. Mildred Pullen Dean of Boys Dean of Girls Mr. Mel Gustafson Vice Principal ace- WU! Vrfnff xv' Mr. Melvin Locke Director of Activiti ES 0 I I g my ff' MU'- two Mrs. Bobbie Miyano Librarian Mr, Wililqm Keim Mrs. Florence Hurst Mr, Dick Adams Director of Attendance NUVSB Director of Athletics fs ab Mr.. Royce Lapp 45.77 Mr. Bela Andorka English Orientation Mrs. Marcay Dickens English Orientation fi -an 5 Miss Barbara Lum World Cultures Miss Rosemary Morthorst World Cultures Q, One period of the day during all tour years of high school is devoted to English grammar. The second hour includes social studies in its various aspects. The ninth grade includes the background of the world's cultures, tenth grade receives the background of modern civilizations, eleventh grade learns of the history ot the United States, and in the twelfth grade the local, county, state, and national governments are studied. 'O' Mr. Fenton Bradley English Orientation Mr. Murray Brown Mr. George Starks American Life World Cultures ' ,B U 1' e - - V -V ' 4 I X, 6 - 1 Mrs Vera Edmonson Mrs Beatrice Grotey Mrs Vivian Hayes Ures English Orientation World Cultures f ,viii 9 'Libr ,W Mr Edward Marcum Mr Herbert May Mr Ernest Moe American Life English Orientation English Orientation QF' 1 Mr. William Novak Mr. Samuel Ortiz Mr. Jack Parry American Lite World Cultures World Cultures l l Mr. John Peters Mr. Robert Rebman Mr. Albert Teresa Mr. John Tibbetts American Life American Life World Cultures American Life A ii A ,,,..,. ' e - qt 1 1 7 , J ,ar li it E , Q? Mr- Marvin Tweedy Mr. Ward Upson Mr. Donald Walsh Miss Barbara Waalf World Cultures English Orientation American Life Ameficqn Life fandom! To make happy, useful, and successful citizens ofthe students who come to this course for learning is an im- i portant feature that the teachers in industrial arts are trying to develop. lf these three items can be accomplished by the students, the rest will take place. Mr. Ingvald Berg General Shop tfiifilii C Eifiiiff A Mr. Paul Mattiietz iii ' f 25? EET. - ' Z J E vghl Mr. Llewelyn Davies Vocational Carpentry Mr. Stanley Jordon Mr. James Musick Mr. Charles Ramsey Mr. Alfred Tenney Mr, Cody Unger Wooclshop Vocational Auto Mechanics General Shop Auto i Welding The science department offers eight courses in science. ln these courses the student is provided with an opportunity to gain experience in basic scientific procedures as well as learn fundamental concepts. The nature of these depends upon the course enrolled in. ln addition, as science plays an increasing role in our lives today, we all should have certain basic scientific understandings on which to F ,X base our decisions. Mr. Don Jenkins Z Mr. Robert French Mr. Roger French Mr. Charles Glover Chemistry Freshman Science Applied Science - i Mr. James Lindblad Q JM' Industrial Science WCW 4 pw is , "Ta y fulfil vip J 'VVQT ni - i ' ' 1 T ' 511 I l 'vfljy ' lv, ,Qty G I f wtf' N .iff N 1' ti if ,gl W iw + N yi ' l Mrs. Marion McMahon Mr. Kenneth Reid Mr. Lyndon Taylor Applied Science Applied Science Applied Science gwdafw Some of The main poinTs ThaT The business course Teachers are Trying To gef across To The sTudenTs are: masTery of The basic skills and work habiTs needed To obTain and To hold a iob in The business world, acqui- siTion of The "know how" To manage one's personal business acTiviTies successfully, and developmenT of posiTive, cheerful aTTiTudes ThaT will help insure success in all one's lifelong endeavors. Mr. David Jadwin Shorfhand 1 Miss Carol Chaffee Mrs. Marjorie Claus Typing Typing Mr. William Earle Mr. LaRue Harcourt Mr. Foresf Merica Business PracTice TYPH19 Office Machines Q F KZ' M . H Mr. Ernest NesseTh r Omer Teddy B . . Office Machines usiness Prachce c Clear and logical Thinking, neafness, and accuracy are what The maThemaTics Teachers are Trying To geT across. Technical proficiency in maThemaTical skills Tor The many who will use Them in laTer life is also sTressed. As our civilizaTion becomes more and more involved in science and Technology, The need of The average ciTizen Tor clear and exaCT Thinking becomes more acuTe, if he is To undersTand and Take his place in To- morroW's World. Mrs. Eliza beTh Sfickney Mr. WalTer Berge Mr. Orville Hinshaw Mr. Frank Gardner Plane Geometry Math 'I Algebra 'l Mr. Howard Pollock Mr. Henry PorTer Mafh i Algebra i 81 2 This deparTmenT is Trying To give The sTudenTs a well-rounded knovvl- edge of The seven areas of homemaking, as Well as The abiliTy To be creafive and To live harmoniously in our socieTy. This is irnporTanT because The major goal in life of mosT girls is To be a good homemaker. Mrs. Ma ri lyn Rasmussen Miss Marian Fairbanks Mis-S Yvonne WYUH Hornemaking l 81 2 A Tevv of The main poinTs ThaT The boys' physical educarion deparT- menT Tries To geT across are: T. To provide neuro-muscular Trainingy 2. To develop organic vigor, 3, To promoTe bodily and menTal poiseg 4. To promoTe such desirable moral and social qualiTies as appreciaTion of The value of cooperaTion, self-subordinaTion, obedience To aUThoriTy, higher ideals, courage, and a wholesome inTeresT in recreaTiong 5. To promoTe a hygienic school and home lifeg and 6. To develop proper aTTiTUdes. Mr. Dick Adams l T Mr. Leo Fessenclen Mr. Bill Marcus we ' ' " "" if'-T 1- 6 T In x . . I - Q g 1 fn? 'fi Q MF- JGOH Muffin Mr. George MaTTias Mr. Richard Zisko The main poinTs ThaT The girls' physical educaTion Teachers are Trying To Teach The sTudenTs are: l. To provide opporTuniTy To develop funda- menTal skills, good healTh habiTs, and cooperaTive aTTiTudesg 2. To in- crease Their knowledge and enioymenT of sporTs acTiviTies. This is imporTanT To The sTudenTs To help each gi Hain her opTimum growTh and developmenT. Mrs. Nell Meckna Miss Arlene Cougoule Miss Janef HaennelT Miss Moriorie Scheidier if 1'- Mr. William O'Neil 1,2, 3,4 he ArT helps a sTudenT To observe his or her surroundings more keenly, To develop his memory and imaginaTion, cmd To exercise iudgmenT anal discriminaTion. STudenTs can learn To express Their ideas logically and courageously. ArT gives sTudenTs The basic Toolsl if They plan To work wiTh arT in The TuTure or, if They don'T, aT leasT an appreciaTion and awareness of Their surroundings. Mr. Jean Allegre Mr. Eugene Kenefick Mr. Arlan Rahlf MF- Ted Snyder Photography Art l Speech ArTs News Staff and aj. A , .4i,44fr..f, 4 A I X J T1 if Journalism ff. 'af 47? 4 ' ' f, Q ,f .- 1 A 4' s if if ,a-, . N I --v j P Mr, Hugh Wallace Miss Joanne Weston Miss Barbara Wofford T8 Advanced Band Reading Handicrafts The main reason for sTudying language in high school is To get The sTudenT inTeresTed in The culTure of oTher counTries. The language deparr- menT is Trying To geT across The TacT ThaT The people of oTher counTries are really no difTerenT from us. The main purpose is noT To make linguisTs ouT of The sTudenTs buT To make Them more inTeresTed in oTher people. Mr. Bernard Hardy Spanish Mrs. Martha Habibe Mr' John Comes Spanish German wav B. Yosr, C. McElphaTrick, N. Walker, R. Vander Sommen, F. Anderson J. Aylor, F. Hartman, P. Hall, C. King, l. Parker Row 1: Florence Perry, Ruth Powell, Sylvia McGraw, Betty Klements. Row 2: Jean Sohigian, Irene Gabriel, Ruth Robison, Maxine Jarrett. V my Row I: Frank Riesgo, Ralph Grosso, John Merola, Pat Brown, Royse Shires. Row 2: Pete Plco, Henry Serrano, Harold Beckman, Henry McClain, John Bertolomey. WV' S ' iifjggffi TW MW7W My fig W president: Andy Homblin Vice-President: Jim Reid Vickie Najaf, Nancy King, Andy Hamblin, Jim Reid, Margie Hathaway, Marilyn Huntsman CHI 5eCfefC'fY1 NUUCY King Social Chairman: Margie Hathaway . - -,.. W. ...V W,....,. ,.,,, ,,,7..nlua:,,,.,. ,,.Y.,,,,. Yell Leader: Mariiyn Huntsman Song Leader: Vickie Naiar Wwffffi Zfzwead Carl Main-Most Likely To Succeed John Horn-Mosf Intelligent Vg .112 .l--QV WMV gil vi. Kia' 4?f2av"?-Zzaaaadf' I '9 V. 2 3 JoAnn Norris-Most InfeIIEgenT Margie Scnenck-Mcsf Likely To Succeed X n Dove S'en s FI Best Perscnzzlky 1 ffl T' Rachel Orozco-Best Personality HTL In Wm Freda Haney-Most Popular Sharron Green-Best Looking ,M"'4 4:3110 WJ 'xx -y,,,,,,,,x.r' f,g' Joe Gibbs-Most Popular Don Pinkerton-Best Looking A-. Y f is f' ' Eeaf 2 5 GERALD R. ADAMS CAROL MAY BAUER DIANNA L. BAUMEISTER WILLIAM D. ADKINS LOUIS W. AGUIRRE CHARLES W. BENSON Gi, I mf? H ' , K' I A '5.wL.z: Ja "" KAY ALSENA MARY E. ALVARADO GERALDINE L. ANDERSON RONALD I. APPLE JANET M. ARMSTRONG JAMES H. ASHER ROBERT D. BALDING w. 1 TERRY L. BLANK GARY L. BOLLA u GARY W. BOWSER KEN BOZDOG W ra 1' J-17' 44 M PAULETTE A. BRES5 THOMAS E. BROWN KAREN BRUMMETT BRENT W, BERRY JEAN M. BURCH CLARK CALLAWAY DICK O. BEUTTER MIKE G. BIBLER RUTH E. CAMARILLO JOSEPH A. CAMERON JERRY CLAYTOR SANDRA S. COBB CH' RAY P. CANCHOLA JOHN F. CANNETT GARY L. COLEMAN , eg.. W? V xr 4 g i A JEAN L. CASPER EDWARD A. CHAFFIN MICKY CHAMBERLIN ,, V Q aff-is PM 4, .I 1 ? gJ 'W Q 01 11: .1-, ' -1-. I ,HJ 1"l BEN CHAVEZ GEORGE D. CHAVEZ JACQUELYN E. CHAVEZ LAURA E. CLARK 41"-A 1-vb' 5 kv, REBECCA COTA JUDITH L. COUTE JUANITA COWIE BETTY J. CRACRAFT JACK R. CROSS MARALYN Y. CROSS THOMAS L. CUMMIN5 JAMES COL'-'NS ROBERT CURTISS BONNIE L. DANIELSKE SX' MICHAEL B. CONDIFF PAT CONRAD JOHN L. DAWDSON 1. I DARWIN R. DAVIS LYNDA A. ERWIN FRANK T. DeLUCA ALEX A. DESATOFF -I5 MIKE DIXON JIM DODGE JOE M. DOTSON DON FERGUSON PATRICK M. FINNEY za .25 KAY L. DOWNEY ALBERT J. ECKSTEIN JOI-IN A. EDWARDS DARLENE E. ELLIS DALE GIBBS JOE J. GIBBS DERALD G. GIMPLE RONALD E. GLASGOW BRENDA A. GRAY BARBARA L. GREEN SHARON I. GREEN MIKE FULKERSON PRISCILLA FULKERSON DUKE A. GAUT ,QQ Quan ,f NANCY J. GREENLEE MARGARET F. GREGORY I JERRY GRIGGS L ERNIE R. GUERRERO HEATHER L. HAY JERI HEEREN ANDY HAMBLIN FREDA R. HANEY SHARON E. HEIDNER :Sm BARBARA J. HANSEN CRAIG B. HANSEN SUSAN L. HANSON L CONSTANCE A. HARDY NANCY L. HARDY RONALD M, HARRIS MARGIE HATHAWAY fX RAYMOND B. HIGHFIU- LEE E. HILL HAROLD R. HINES DIANA R. HINKLE ERNEST R- HNHDY ROBERT B, HOLLAND JOHN T. HORN SHARLENE HEILESEN STEVE HUDDLE MARILYN D. HUNTSMAN ESTHER HERNANDEZ GARY A. HESSELLI EDWARD A, JQHNSQN , A N . 1 BARBARA A, JQNES LARRY KLUZ RICK KORNE W ROBERTA M. JONES TOM J. JONES ROSE M- KRAUSE ANNE KEARNEY JOHN L. KEENEY PHIL KELLY EDWARD C, KILBURG WALT KINCAID NANCY K. KING CAROL A. KUMEK r w LARRY D. LIPPERT JERRY T. LIVELL JIMMY A. LIVELL ROY E. LOUTSENHIZER JAMES L. LUTTRELL JOHN G. LUTTRELL GARY LYEN LINDA D. LA-I-HAM BARBARA A. LYLE CARL L. MAIN J I RAMONA J. LEWIS DIANE R. LICON DGLARE A- MANNIE I O ROY R. MARESTEIN MARIO MENDEZ GLADYS E, MENOLD ED MARINEITI ELVA G. MARSHALL RACHEL MERAZ Jose M. MARTINEZ HENRY L. MASON JANIS M- MCCOY G- . F. BYRON A. MCCRACKEN PATRICIA A. MCELROY FRANCES Ll MCMILLEN GARY L MCVAY V RONNIE MOORE PAUL E. MORENZ PATTI ANN MORIARTY CLIFFORD E. MORTON 'lm-99 RONALD O. MORTVEDT CAROLINE P. MUMMERT DONALD L. MUNDT ALLAN E- MVICHALKE RAY H. MUNOZ HENRY Y. MURATA I SANDRA L. MILLER JACK L. MILLS GENE E. MURRY VV CECILA A. NAJAR FRANK PADILLIA PAULA J. PARKER 5 R995 'iw' VICTORIA R. NAJAR .IOVITA J. NILA JOHN R. PATINO GARY L. NIVENS JOANN B. NORRIS WAYNE NORTHCUTT sfiffzlm ,, ESTHER v. OCHOA WAYNE s. ORDWAY RACHEL okozco KENNETH L, OTTINGER, JR.x Nj . Y.. 'J I , I 1 X4 XL ' XVI I, If L . LI I W fp fl ,,'7 I I If V. , fl X -1 X 1 I fag! AQ' 1, f M' RILEY T. PEAVY CAROL J. PEGLOW MARGARET PEREZ RUBY F. PHILLIPS ff fx, 7 W C f, .ff XV -L, .7 I in " ,-7-E I , f ' ' I 'f U f MQ W I I ffff f I fm!! ' WX ! Q Alf V I ff ' 1' V , f Y f X 01 'Q ' fl y , ,, GLENN L. PIERCE GERALD D. PINKERTON NANCY E. POOL dy! I X ,Ir , ' ,'d' fx If QM was JACQUELINE L.fPAYIXIE ART C. RAKOW OLIVIA RAMIREZ DAVID L. PEARLMAN JERRY PEARLMAN GENEVIEVE C. RAMOS MARY REDING 1'-of" if JIM REID BRUCE J. SALOMONSON MARGARET L. SCHENCK f- N. IF- STEVE RENTERIA DIANNE L. SCI-IMIDT -57 i ff ELLA M. ROBERTSON MARY H, RODRIGUEZ PETE RODRIGUEZ M I LORAIN RUMSEY x ALICE 1. SALAZAR FRANCES M. SALDIVAR JERRY P- SALLADIN I BENNIE L, SCOTT MICHAEL B. SCOTT LARRY D. SEATON THELMA J. SELLERS CARL SEVERE MARILYN B. SHADDEN PATRICIA SHEEN RAYMOND J. SCHMIDT EDWARD SHIELDS CAROLE SIBERT I VIVIAN L. SCHMIDT CAROLE A. SCHROEDER WARREN W. SIMMONS W' ELODIA L, SIMPSON PAT L. STOVER GERALD L. SURRELL DAVID C. SONNENBURG CARMEN L. SOZA ARVILLE G. TACKER WILLIAM R. SPITALNICK LYNDA L. SQUIRES MARGARETTE S. STANDARD SHIRLEY A. STARR DAVID R. STENSON JAMES H. STEWART JEROME V- STEWART Q. CARLENE TAYLOR ELIZABETH TAYLOR EVELYN S. TAYLOR JERRY W. TEAFATILLER CAROL K. THOMAS MICHAEL D. THOMAS ROBERTA J. THOMPSON JOHN TAFOYA RON TI-:UNE ROBERT F. TILLER I NORMA TAPIA RICHARD 'S. TATE LAWRENCE 5- TOUCHSTONE JOHN H. TURLEY, JR. FLORENCE L. WILCOX NORMA J. WILSON S I ROGER S. VAN BUSKIRK JOE M. VILASECA WESLEY C. WILSON T ROBERT E. WALKER EDWARD M. WARDLE JANET A. WASKIEWICZ R so DONALD A. WASNER CARLOS W. WATSON GAIL WELLINGTON WILLIAM R. WHALEN UN D 5 Q9 LINDA WOFFORD LYNNE M. YANCEY I PATRICIA H. WORLEY DIANA M. WRIGHT MARY H. ZAZUETA ff! M ,H W 91"jjV fjfliffqfx ,'7 1 ' OJ wg JW 97 " WW' JW 9 fifgliil' V p f Q 9 ,X QW ff h , .14 2 pr 3-Q! - p fy! 71,7 f I " VJ W7 h ff ff, K9 - Q , up 0- j M xzfff V5 M , I' fqx ff, p FLW JM V mp N QKMQLH p U p L jfh 'J M Wh ,VKX p' wh A Jp M W 5 + fu 1 J I M if My I p If Q' If I VI' J '11 if , P J' ,fu , PL QL M' .MUVLXL WN gfdwf nw, !x,4,f6bU4W,O' L, WANG is iff' X, Q , 1 XMLK 2 fmh W W' yh QQ? Photography: Mr. Allegre and h ph 'r I Jerry Haas ond R y H ghf ll W S d 46 Af' J Cp dR lRdg I Wfmzw I4- 7 mg - v-I ul ar. 45,4 K, if f"'N JUST as The lasT of The TirsT Americans leTT Things in Their c'ulTure upon The cuITure of our counfry, the class of '59 - The IasT of The TirsT -hopes To leave a fine heriTage for These classes who follow. I rw f-g fl '17 X X liNllX tk it X ,Q Junior Class Council: Rita Holquin, Steve Dickinson, Bill Hayes, William Hathaway I ,f , -"Milf .1 r "Il- ' -. -1 sis- ,.. , ' V141 4 Y. 5, WA- ..- V, " - ,'. -wif .' -.W e ,Z Qi - AJ. . . I ,W , . 'A we v ., .yy-4 , ' Ji' ' . WL dis- fl f gc, ws - A-K-, gf P Q5 QL -'sf was - , sm g9A5..g,-' 1.-a 1 c +. W President: Steve Dickinson Viqe.Pre5idem, Bill Hayes x +-H-...Q Yfxsf . SKQ MWQE WAY .2- 5' Q :ii ,X 1 xr Secretary: Aleen Baker Social Chairman: Bill Hathaway E Z I I ' -' Q' gf X 5359 L ,Q , , W5 . mu W X 'W K Q X w. --Q -Q'-Mm awgpgwwg 5 T N ew -fr -.-:..,. wmwtwww w' lwwmiw '1' f ish an i-,R '-f H QS-15 V, if . X 'lf . 4. . , fe? Q Q V , . , . , x ' 'E 'a:,-'-I:- . .1 ' ' 1, V Q 4 -1 . . 1 5 Q X f e Yell Leader: John Cyperf Song Leader: Rita Holquin D. Barrett 1' 'pa A ,R S. Baumeisler H. ' M. Beacock ' " -, - V. B. Bell ' 'fl . ' C. Benires v 'X 3 K. Bickford X , B' A P. Bl ,. 'Q ' , ' 'NN H I ake -,..,Xx N , xx lx it K Blhgk jlk 1 , - e L. 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L xllliii' Y e ' nun. 55' Bert Mainard Lorraine Marquez Joyce Martin Jan Martz Joyce McDowell Roger Meunier Marguerite Meyer Salvador Moreno Bettie Motto Mike Munt Walter Nichols Bradford Nila Nella Owens Ray Petters George Ramsey Thomas Read Frank Rodriguez Gregg Savage James Showalter Joan Smith Robert Stroup Earlyne Wiley J. Woodall C. Wright D. Wright J. Wygal I RQ. S. Wyrick G. Zanolli H, Zimmerman A4 ww 54, R. Castoneda if VY Lili X A lf- sll Qs i ,N A in Q.. 44 r I 1, W 4 it Q A 'L K g uv X I i . -wir'Qfu as 'W'iN' , ls? QU .. . 3 55' I 41,4 1' , ' we "'1 A 1 - , ru-fig, 5115? 3 f '-'fm' - do xx C I Qi .INNTA FE g A' Freshman Class Council: Rosemarie Guerrero, Yvonne Fonseca, Sonia Harvuof, Brenda Berry, Claudia Salrer, Carole DeVore, Betty Phillips, Janis Chavez. President: Claudia Salter Vice-President: Brenda Berry 1 Gx f' fs XXI? X-,Z Secrefaryz Carole DeVore Social Chairman: Betty Phillips 7 Yell Leaders: Sonia Harvuof, Yvonne Fonesca Song Leaders: Rosemarie Guerrero, Janet Chavez M. Bobadilla ' e D. Boice ' S. Boone ' ' G. Borjas W, J. Bowden 3, - -f -V-. C. Branam 'N ,Q 5 A 15' ' A R' BVGY A 5 , ' g. " X llllll l D. Brennan an A M. Brock l V E. Brown 35, :L R. Brown " N' T. Buchanan 6.x X X . N. Buckley ,N XX , XXX A .R , ' 7, A x - J. Bur 3 , C. Burke V R. Burns " ' G. Adams T' Bums Q V ,Q -C G. Bush xx 3 f 'A ti 6 I l - V 4 . - , J. Bustamante ' R. Bustos fi A C. Calnek .X D. Adklns G' Cordner :Lf M- Adlflssof' 1. ',., 'T . Q V 3- 1 1 -fe. 7 ' ' R. Cordon x K. Carman W ' P. Alexander N, Cqrneg M B I. "" ,V G. Allen B if B T. Allen ' l T7 hx V. K Lv.-Q Q. ' " C. Carpenter ' E- Alonzo E. Cclrrillo , N C. Alvarez A V C. Anderson :Lf x .,. 21- D. Anderson J '37 " " . tb -N R MN S. Anderson D. Cavanaugh Arambel ,, . Ballinas .I V . Barnes ': " . Barnett Q, ' , X h b - 0 M. Barnett S. Baumeister - . . - H. 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Wedge it L. Weeks . ' N. Weisenberg U Q , , M f . 5 f -to f 5. , i A ' C. Welch B D. Wheat L. Wheeler L. Wheelhouse v l L r-2-iff , i . 1 la J A il 'u gr . S. White 1' R. White in l . l R. White , YL - - A W. Willcut - Q , , D. Williams iq YT ' .N N F Rx 'T " G. Williams el r- 1 R. Willis M. Wilson Q - W. Wofford ' 11 W. Wonnacott t ' G. Wyatt -4 ' . f S ' l Q A lk x 4 o I L X t 1 G. Ybarra K. x " E. Young A ' gy L. Yoshida A ' 4, ' ' - '--' M. Zurko - ' .L 455' - ' J. B. Brown 5' ' 'YL ig J. Copeland . l ' S. Radil V DQ A 'xl . Q ' '14 " l w"'j,xX ft. A Our clubs ore honoring The seniors porficipofed from The first to The lost who hove ,eq-in, , X ii' .' ? A The "associated students" get together to enioy one of their many assemblies. Main! 5 All Santa Fe High School students are mem- dents. These cards entitle each student to the tol- loers ot the ASB. Student Body Athletic Event lowing: an insurance policy, admission to all Insurance Cards are sold each year. Their cost regularly scheduled games, newspapers, and is 56.50 tor athletes and 55.50 for regular stu- decoration materials. President and vice president confer on an import- A.S.B. Board meets: Mr. Locke, Shirley Starr, Rosa Espinosa, Pat Escobar, Pat Finney, Harold Hines, H i f ., 1:-.Et I s-sxsefgqsgsf'sznfmxiiwwgeva vm,-'f' V i ci ,V 4m.Jl1ff,,ix-'W W 4pe'g,,m.f2 f..rfm?tf-05' :dw . . , - 4, i . ' i iv- n k-,1'j', ' ,KX-. . .- M-Q gggfw,--.9.g .m-Q, X - Dave Stenson, Rachel Orozco, Diane Licon, Marilu "' , ' ' ,gg fjxfguv g fi:-. 5 .,.""l,Q5332' 53 . 'F fx, ,I iv . Sv A-:sf , --X. 'g V N , , .MSR 3-.391 Fritz, Lyle Patterson. ' A . 1 V' , xx S1--ff t' + . rT.-VE ' "" A . 1' - 5 i P I Av - 1 -, t ' - - all ll . 'l l mx-ll' ' T A 5 'till' ' I' 'rx f X T. If ff is i T l till 2 xg illllg l ' X ll' , t, .s ,s Q o.'-1 l , l . If ..1 ' I 'i-I ,ii . , .., ,.,l . W, , T I. mn., ':, ,. it wa' i . y il.. uf' - te- 'Jil ll -v ff' ' . "-: J 'lnl,.,p. t I gq ir 'ii' tim, ll 1 f:1"04f'5"' " - f ' f.,1i , ,, , ,X A5 Dave Stenson--President ..F, wwf! Dave Stenson, our A.S.B. President, is a seventeen-year-old senior. During his four years at Santa Fe he has par- ticipated in many activities, including Junior Class President, Congress, Sen- tinels, Modern Sounds Club, Varsity Club, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Base- ball, Wrestling and Football. Last year he won the league wrestling champion- ship. Dave is league forum chairman this year and has attended many confer- ences. His future plans include going to col- lege and following his maiors, which are math and science. Harold Hines-Vice-President Our A.S.B. Vice President is eighteen- year-old Harold Hines. Harold is a sen- ior this year and has worked diligently at Santa Fe. The activities he has par- ticipated in are Basketball, Football, Sentinels, Congress, and Junior Class representative. . During his year as Vice President, Harold has organized the Ho-use of Rep- resentatives and the Senate, worked on homecoming, and among other things attended the Redlands Conference. His future plans include attending col- lege and eventually becoming a coach. it Morilu Fritz .E, Rosa Espinosa, a sixteen-year-old Junior, is our A.S.B. Secretary. Rosa has been in Pep Club, Scholarship Society, and Congress, and was a maiorette for two years. Attending conferences and taking minutes have been a few of her duties as Secretary. Rosa is undecided about her future plans. ,.Z. A.S.B. Activities Chairman this year is sixteen-year-old Junior Marilu Fritz. Marilu participated in the Freshman Class Council and was Sophomore Class Activities Chair- man. She has been on the Publicity Commit- teealso. Thistyear she has planned dances and assemblies and has attended conferences. After she graduates, Marilu plans to go to art school. Rosa Espinoso fs ll' v 15. It he mi. i, 4.5. E, WM Seventeen-year-old Diane Licon has worked faithfully this year as our A.S.B. Treasurer. Dur- ing her four years here at Santa Fe she has been in G.A.A., Chautaquas, F.B.L.A., Congress, and Finance Committee. This year Diane has directed the selling pro- gram at games and dances and, among other things, planned the budget. Diane plans to go to college and become a certified public accountant. Lyle Patterson Ways., new Head Song Leader Pat Escobar is a sixteen- year-old junior. Pat is vice-president of Pep Club and secre- tary of Big Spirit. She has also taken part in G.A.A. and has been a member of Congress. Pat is district cabinet member and has at- tended the Redlands conference. She worked on homecoming and pep rallies in the gym. Pat's ambition is either to become a labor- atory technician or a science teacher. ,fbi '-...,,-f I Diane Licon -fs, 2, PM - This year our hard working A.S.B. Publicity Chairman is seventeen-year-old Lyle Patterson. Lyle is a iunior and has participated in G.A.A., Drama Club, Congress, Dignitas, and Publicity Club. Lyle has advertised games and activities through posters, the quad bulletin board, and the main office showcase. Her secret desire is to be a bohemian while going to Cal and later to work for "Mad" mag- azine. Pat Escobar AY! 43 ,,.. 1' f le f if "ms-if :A J 1-J if 3 it ..., it ziu . 1 z , A , wt 5 fl F3 be 4..L aw Y ,.. . A . . has l I-X I 3. Rachel Orozco Shirley Starr, Dignitas President, is a seven- teen-year-old senior. Shirley was a flagster two years and she has participated in Drill Team, Band, G.A.A., Tri-Lingual, Pep Club, Finance Committee, F.T.A., and Scholarship Society. She organized clean campus week and at- tended District Cabinet. Shirley wants to become a Teacher and at- tend Santa Barbara State. Pat Finney WW! yeiifwh Head Yell Leader, eighteen-year-old Rachel Orozco, has taken part in a great many activ- ities at Santa Fe. A few have been Drill Team, ASB. Songleader, Pep Club, Junior Class and Senior all night party planners. Rachel worked on homecoming pep rallies in the gym. She has also attended the Redlands Conference. College and becoming a Teacher of business are Rachel's future plans. Shirley Starr Pat Finney, the Sentinels President, is an eighteen-year-old senior. Pat has been in Cross Country, Track, Sen- tinels, and Varsity Club. He was also Boy Stater for T958 from Santa Fe. This year, Pat has attended conferences and helped plan homecoming. Pat's ambition is to become a teacher. mi N C3- According to Mr. Mel Locke, Student Cabinet Advisor, the 1958-59 Cabinet's accomplishments include the following: The Homecoming float, pep assemblies in the gym, longer lunch period, more dances, and the Varsity-Faculty basketball game. All ot these accomplishments have im- proved Santa Fe's activities. Some of the goals that Cabinet membels have set tor themselves are: lil to have all the trash cans on campus painted, l2l to establish a code ot ethics, l3l to host a District Workshop at the end ot the year, Ml to help bring a foreign exchange student to Santa Fe. Our Cabinet members have worked hard this year to make Santa Fe a better school. We all owe them a vote ot thanks. I I Row T: Pat Escobor, Shirley Starr, Lyle Patterson, Marilu Fritz, Rachel Orozco Diane Licon Rosa Espinosa Row 2 Pat Finney Harold Hines Mr Locke Dave Stenson. ' E 'T .pg vm , .7 5--V' 1' '21 '1- .-'.- 7 lr X, ,hy -97 ,v Nl ill? 555 1 Ci? Rf, ,- Q- 1 ,'-mx:-Q 4 .J ll' J .' T14 ' ' ' fl- Y - , 0 , x A , . if 1 - iris, V .lf 5 M e'xk.+'j, ,J J -xv lx '--Fef 9 ffa 2 -A ex.. w. J' n 1 wav' '- 4. Song Leaders: Marsha Harry, Judy Coufe, Pat Escobar, Judy Martin, Jackie Payne Yell Leaders: Pal-ty Allen, Brian Diebold, Rachel Orozco, Ken Unsworrh, JoAnn Pickefr 1 -I' 'S 'B- yt, fx 1 lf 1' 1 in - il- .fs it X 4 , , 7' W W WV , 1 11 11? ' wixfd 1 ,C1, ,, Ml ,x ,W I f 1 1' H 1'1 ," 11 ,1 1 fi V4 if 1 1 ff I lf 1 jf I!! M f"' , fx fp l fi V 1 X IL W gl! 1A !,!!1 ffff' KZ! X, Vf fy 'J X, 1 , V I 1, , ,, , , ,,, L, fi ,QTL if UZ" iff 1 1 f 1,5 m M! 1 bf -, 1 ,, ,f 1 17 1, , 1 1 1' ,, V 'ff ,ff ,1'f1 , l 1 , 1, 1 1, ' J 1 1 'I J 1 .I v wi' 'F' 7 'I ,X 'Ir' I f ' , , , 1 1 ,X -' if ,11 ' r' ' 'W 1 , . . 1 rf! I 1' V 1 1 1 L I flff A111 ,' 1' 'IQ' ,1' fl 1 1 K1 ' ' ' fr 1 1,1 X if J 1' ' i , 1 , 1' 1" L, C61 new Maioreftes, Row 1: Pamela Krochalk, Connie Wrighfp Row 2: Lyndia Douglas, Monica Hines ,.- Mascots: Irene Contreras, Sally Marquez Flagstersz Geneva Harreld, Mary Zazuefa, D'Ann Thomas, Carol Thomas 7 u...,...4-.A -A---.....,.,, 71,4645 f ' E H ff' im 'x.X 3 N' S ggi? 'km S A 14'-1 7 '-Q-' L, in 'xx XX' X43 '2. .T ND. Secrefary-Treasurer: Yvonne Edwards , V,Ce,p,.e5,dem, Sandy 1 .f j, ,R L X., ., g, ,Q 1 1 X. i N K , -:fx Y if l .N YN -.- M. fr v ' few g 0534 President: Kathleen Burton Row l: S. Mitchell, K. BurTon, Y. Edwards. Row 2: J. Sharpe, A. Baker, B. Casarez, S. Cuglielfa, Y. Chacon, J. Cuilla, S. Barker L. Brungardf. Row 3: G. Bullard, P. Prado, R. Stewart, N. Hinfz, J. Momberg, S. Hooker, B. Green, B. Osborn. Row 4: S. Wilson, M Beacock, J. Guildner, D. Licon, J. Fowler, C. Carr, G. Lugo, M. Shodden. Row 5: G. Bussinger, C. Martin, M. Russell, J. Norris C. Phillips, C. Avila, D. ldoine. 5 HY ll: ri In Wi zgn l " ur P 6 - HQ ., I -l Q Y-N L. F fr 1 W1 , 4? .W , 7, ff 'Mff I f ,,,-, MW Q Q ,2,V T in Row 'I D Juhon A Morhn L Hooper J Reynolds J Sothoff S Doy, J. Mlcholke R Lekey D Ferguson Row 2 P Delgado E Thompson T Smith L Sanders T Oppermon B Morfs E Mclnfyre D. Johnson E Guerrero Row 3 K Rlchordson J Kolle R Coker M Pronobns R Lugo R Lmdly L Goodwm J Pcmno J Vnloseco. Row 4 K Neweff D Mcun N Mom N Lacoste B Clark "- Row l: A. Hamblin, J. Collins, D. Pearlman, K. OTTinger, A. Tacker, R. Casfile, G. Moore, J. McMinn, Mr. Genera. Row 2: B. Aguirre, D. Sonnenberg, J. LuTTrell, K. Parferson, J. Turley, P. Finney, V. Sloane, J. Hathaway. Row 3: B. Hayes, J. Davidson, B. Salmonson, M. Mendez, J. Gibbs, D. Sfenson, S. Dickinson, C. Main. Row 4: B. Martinez, R. Simmons, M. Bibler, B. Walker, F. Brower, D. Hall, B. Balding, H. Hines. The main purpose and inTeresT of The SenTinels is To mainTain high sTanclards of conclucT by sTuolenTs aT all school TuncTions. The organizaTion was sTarTeol in T955 wiTh boys who were chosen by basic course Teachers. The ToTal member- ship oT The club is deTermined by The enrollmenT aT SanTa Fe High School. I The girls' honorary group aT SanTa Fe is The DigniTas. The members of The Dig- niTas are inTeresTeal in seTTing high sTand- ards and TradiTions Tor all of The girls of SanTe Fe. Through membership in This group, leadership and organizaTion ex- perience is obTained. Row l: J. Nila, N. Tapia, B. Casarez, D. STockTon, J. CouTe, G. Menold, M. Harry, D. Drysdale, K. BurTon, C. SalTer, P. Fulkerson. Row 2: S. MiTchell, E. Peevy, K. Rodriquez, L. PaTTerson, G. Lugo, M. HunTsman, N. Main, C. Thomas, R. Richards, D. Casey, D. Asher. Row 3: S. Nash, M. Russell, G. Bussinger, M. HaThaway, S. Srarr, D. Thomas, M. Schenck, C. Peglow, B. ScoTT, J. Norris, A. Montford. 'Wx O". " Jn 0" " 1 f . i-i"' ....--... .---ww ........Ys.....gw,f r-sive----V --.-:M-Q...-we -f-hs. -. . . .... . ... X ,J T-.C-..--,.-.... w-1-.--.E-,.................W-s.v...,. . vy- Row i: D. Sutton, E. Valdivia, I. Rodriquez, E. Brown, P. Krochalk, A. Shutt, J. Payne, N. Weisenberg, S. Marquez, M. Moriarty, L. Yoshida. Row 2: M. Franco, G. Rodriguez, D. Ranqul, N. Tucker, R. Guerrero, C. Schultz, S. Gerken, J. Chisholm, N. Galindo, D. Whitmore, S. Cugletti. Row 3: G. Marshall, P. Worley, J. Menold, G. Scarborough, T. Viney, I. Cardner, L. Jarrett, G. Moore, C. Francis, M. Wilson, D. Morales. The House of Representatives is com- W5 posed of elected representatives from basic course classes. Qualifications are satisfactory scholarship and citizenship. The House is a legislative branch which meets to voice opinions, and to create and pass on legislation. Row 1: J. Albanez, T. Walker, L. Penrod, R. Stewart, R. White, J. Livell, R. Otsuka. Row 2: C. Avilla, S. Wyrick, K. Huenergardt, L. Good, T. Sustarsic, D. Green, J. Drummond, B. Green, B. McNulty, D. Owen, N. Sutton, M. Hendricks, P. Malone, K. Zigg. Row 3: J. Clayton, R. Ortiz, G. Hessell, W. Martin, D. Etherton, P. Prado, A. Kearney, S. Thomas, A. McComas, M. Adams, V. Lind, J. Ottinger, C. Wright, P. Noys, S. Ludwig, D. Casey. Row 4: M. Taole, A. Conrod, E. Prigmore, A. Milano, B. King, B. McCracken, G. Dick, A. Martin, G. Cory, L. Lane, E. Prado, J. Portugal, D. Rousseau, K. Ottinger. Row 5: H. Hines, J. Pearlman, K. Mize, T. Brungardt, R. Glasgow, J. Gibbs, S. McCloy, B. Stellman, B. Berry, J. Cyper1', F. Padilla, A. Dommer, V. Sloane, F. Fortney. 251.-F'x'1Sf...-1-Z S -V XG" - l'.'-' 1 -wsyf:'2'f2Ms12vswezHvl!0G "9'5 2 . 1 7. ,f,,,5, """" i' Q! 15 lf, , g , . 151101 Obi W' "'W"" 'm""7"'Qf,' ...., -, " ,M .M 2 ' W H 17 A ',?ill4ifl A ' , A,-,AAA-- A- -, , ,,.A, H , .W ,.,,. Q i. ,..1 , , ,,,,, in N 1 Q I, , in A 1 J - I M., I 2 g VVEQ ., ggi' I :V " I 9 5715.1 ' A 29 X ,, ,A f5'Q1f.,V X K ' 1 f JVM -V X - Q ' Q51-9 , V H. 5 ' V . QQ., .4 'NT' 1, ISR!! 2 'Z ' P J' f 9, Q4 si gf. ' ,, 1- A 'gf , 4' 5 I A Q i . 1- . v f ew. if , 4 A - ..-im ' ag , ur r H J 2 F ' -r r v S 6, f , 4- Q ,Q .X - '., M if . .f.Q,i1f:'.L:N , J... vnvf A I 5 Qin- J- X ? Wa f L iv, 69' I If It 14-QM vm I. ,.,,..v....... an .Y Row 1: G. Bussinger, V. Petroff, D. Ferlin, G. Lugo, K. Burton, R. Orozco, K. McDonald, A. Hamblin, M. Clark. Row 2: J. Norris, G. Moore, C. Peglow, M. Schenck, M. Cerda, P. Rodriguez, P. Fraker, M. Hathaway, C. Salter. Row 3: H. Hines, H. Ramirez, M. Mendez, M. Condiff, J. Reid, S. Dickinson, B. Hayes, R. Castile. The Senate is made up of all club presidents, class presidents, cmd vice presidents. The Senate coordinates the activities ot the various clulos and classes. Along with the House ot Representa- tives, it makes up the school Congress. This clulo is composed of audio-visual equipment oper- ators. The purpose is to help these operators loecome more interested in learning better ways to use equipment. Week- ly meetings are held to review the equipment and to give dem- onstrations and suggestions for better care ot equipment. Row 'l: R. Naiar, J. Levell, K. McDonald, D. Main, B. Pashek. Row 2: R. Good, T. Galvec, J. Foutz, J. Stewart, C. French, L. Counts. Row 3: N. Butzhke, C. Armstrong, P. Wulfing, G. Ordway, G. Gardner. Twig?-A '- iq Row l: K. Warner, B. Keeney, M. Forfney, B. Herrera. G. Bussinger, K. Fulkerson, K. Fulkerson, M. Gerarine The Fulure Homemakers of America Try To promote ci grow- ing opprecicfrion of The ioy and safislaclion of homemaking and To further inreresf in home economics. I 1' Row 2: L. Callaway, A. Salazar, D. Ellis, D. Lichfy, D. Gall. Row 3: P. Fulkerson, The Finance Commirlee cares for The school funds and sells Tickets for school evenrs. Through selling Tickers, if gives sfuclenfs on opporluniry To degl with The public in a business-like man- ner. Row l. B. Herrera, B. Mier, B. Casarez, D. Surfon, B. Casarez, J. Urie, Row 2: M. Brock, C. Calnek, D. Whitmore, K. Zingg, L. Callaway, J. Huslicl, F. Forfney. Row 3: J. MCCOr'nbS, l.. Hoffman, D. Licon, E, Popp, J, White, R, May, Row 4: N, Edwards, C, Frazer, M, Charpenfier, J. Nichols, A. Monfford, C. Bauer, N. Julian. lr' ' B- mend Row 1: E. Brown, J. Nila, R. Mier, N. Tapia, B. Casarez, B. Hansen, J. Williams, B. Dudley, K. BurTon, O. Timms. Row 2. F. Wagner, R. Payne, M. Alvarado, P. Pitts, M. Falkowski, K. Nichols, E. Papp, C. Schroeder, R. Rebman, l. LusTer. Row 3: M. CharpenTier, J. Fowler, D. Etherfon, D. Ferlin, S. Thomas, V. Hunnicuf, L. Hooper, R. Pearson, B. Osborn. I I I I I The ChauTaquas, formerly F.T.A., is com- posed of sTudenTs who are inTeresTed in be- coming Teachers. The purpose of This club is To creaTe inTeresT in The Teaching profession and To promoTe beTTer Teachers. Among oTher Things, The members learn more abouT The Teaching pro- fession. Row T: S. STarr, V. PeTroff, J. Drummond, Mr. Walsh. Row 2: N. Pool, R. Casfile, M. Russell. . iiilbill I' QiT3f3?TS'?S:Ef3E? The FuTure Business Leaders of America is a club composed of sTudenTs who are inferesfed in business problems. This club goes on field Trips and parTicipaTes in many exTra-curricular acTiviTies. The funcfion of The Science Club is To creaTe an acTive inTeresT in The sciences and Their values To The world, lT gives sTudenTs a chance To follow Their field of interest in science and To enrich Their knowledge abouT science. new Row T. R. Morishige, G. Lack, J. A. Greenlee, Mrs. McMahan Row 2: B. McNulty, R. Richards, T. Bross. Row 3: J. Robbins R. GuTTilla, J. Childress. - TIS ' ' Row iz J. Casper, M. Lance, F. Gerarden, J. Klein, P. Gilday, K. Warner, C. Goodwin. Row 2: C. Klein, L. MarTinez, D. Dickerson, M. Wilson, P. Conrad, D. Warner, D. Owsley. Row 3: C. Armstrong, G. Dick, E. Robertson, C. Bauer, E. Hooker, R. Rodriguez, S. Campbell, S. Moore. The ArT Club provides an ex- Tra period of arT Tor Those al- ready in an classes and gives Those sTudenTs who are noT in arT, buT who are inTeresTed in iT, a chance. The chief evenT of The Arr Club is The annual arT exhibiT. STudenTs wishing To Turrher inTeresT in The game of chess organized The Chess Club. They hold occasional meeTings To improve Their sTraTegy and meeT on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday aT noon Tor inTer-club compeTiTion. The Tive players having The highesT raTings may compete againsT champions from oTher schools. Row 1: H. Perry, J. Peftit, R. Klewein, R. Morishise, C. Friz, M. Freeman, Row 2: J. Robbins, E. Peevy, B. Mellon, J. Armstrong, B. Brown, D. STegmaier. - f wir E:-::::-'--:-r' ir' b ll ' rf' Row IRL. Erwin, J. Horn, P. Krochalk. Row 2: L. Seaton, M. Gregory, M. Fahey. Absent: G. Moore, K. Unsworth, K. Zingg. The National Thespian Society is an honorary dramatic frater- nity tor those people who have done especially well in dra- matics classes or as members of Drama Club. Membership is gained by earning ten Thespian points. The purpose of the California Scholarship Federation is to fos- ter a high standard of scholar- ship and broaden ideals of service on the part of the stu- dents of Santa Fe High School. The Scholarship Society is work- ing hard to continue the tradi- tion that was begun last year of giving an amount ot money to the most deserving senior at the end of each year. Row 1: P. Walson, J. So, P. Krochalk, K. McDonald, M. Clark, K. Burton, D. Cole, G. Lugo, J. White. Row 2: N. Main, C. Wright, R. Koppang, D. Miller, P. Manos, R. Espinoso, M. Schenck, C. Peglow, L. Bosanko. Row 3: R. Vigner, S. Starr, J. Norris, D. Asher, P. Fulkerson, R. Doyle, S. McCloy, J. Horn, R. Edwards. Row 4: J. White, D. Schroeder, R. Donnelly, J. Asher, C. Main, R. Walson. lm .Jiui .liuu-r 1 . ---il .G 11.15 3 ling Row in J. Payne, M. A. Beacock, A. Hamblin, S. Green, M. Harfy. Row 2: J. LuTTrell, J. Reid, B. Hayes, N. Pool, D. Green. Row 3: M. Condiff, S. Dickinson, J. BeuTTer, G. Bowser, C. Severe. The members of The Modern Sounds Club sTrive To bring Torrh undersTanding and appreciaTion of The world of jazz and up-To- daTe modern sounds. A person wishing To belong musT aTTend Three consecuTive meeTings in a semesfer and have saTisTacTory scholarship and ciTizenship, - The purpose of Dance Club is To promoTe and plan school dances. They sponsor and Take Tull responsibiliTy for Two or Three dances during The year. Dance Club also assisTs oTher clubs and classes when They sponsor dances by helping wiTh decoraTions and organizaTion. Row T: L. LaForm, P. Reid, V. S'raubiTz, C. Lynn, Y. Mannie, S. Gabriel, T. Garcia. Row 2. J. Chisholm, L. Robinson, S. Cicolani, R. Dodge S. Skinner, M. Boley, J. Keck, C. Peterson. Row 3: S. Garvar, B. Gabriel, S. Reese, H. HunnicuTT, J. GuTierrez, B, Oliver, M. Chavez, R. KenT. W--ze-:T---..1.e.,,,a.g:3r-Q. M.. .. . K , -F N-. -J. l AQ - 5... 1 JUNIORS AND SENIORS. Row 1: C. Bauer, C. Benites, M. Schenck, M. Hathaway, S. Starr. Row 2: B. Cota, J. Casper, P. Contreras M. Lance, H. Ramos, D. Sutton, R. Holquin, M. Franco, R. Vega, P. Worley, P. Weinheimer, J. Williams. Row 3: N. Roth, R. Whitson J. Coute, P. Hall, G. Jones, M. Beacock, L. Flynn, D. Juliano, E. Seaton, J. White, N. Main, S. Denman. Row 4: D. ldoine, C. Thomas V. Petroff, P. Escobar, D. Licon, C. Avila, J. Fowler, L. Chance, G. Stoolflre, B. Brown, P. Fraker, S. Eide, F. Burke, D. Scott. Row 5 M. Fish, C. Peglow, B. Green, C. Schroedar, J. Drummond, J. Pickett, V. Hunnicutt, B. Scott, L. Taylor, P. Allen, C. Gates, R. Pearson The Girls' Athletic Association is open to all girls regularly enrolled in Santa Fe High School. The purpose of the G.A.A. is to promote interest in girls' athletics, develop sportsmanship, emphasize social activities, and further the spirit and co-operation of the school. The Z girls participate in such after-school activities as volley- ' ' ' ball, speedaway, basketball, and softball. They also participate in playdays with other schools. SOPHOMORES AND FRESHMEN. Row 1: P. Chavez, G. Gonzales, J. Chavez, M. Aguirre, P. Shaw, C. Roman, B. Poshek, B. Kenney, J So, P. Krochalk, D. Newkirk, K. Barnes. Row 2. C. Swietzar, S. Boone, J. Klein, D. Livell, L. LaForm, S. Ramirez, L. Powell, L. Robinson S. Reese, E. Griffin, N. Tucker, G. Rodriguez. Row 3: R. Querrero, G. Hernandez, D. Rangel, L. Robeson, M. Brock, M. Clark, S Allmeyer, P. Gilday, M. Boley, D. Dripdale, E. Peevy, C. Klein. Row 4: B. Perkins, L. Jarrett, J. Earl, K. Heinle, C. Howard, S. Hooker D. Owsley, S. Moore, T. Sustarsec, C. Wright, J. Medrano, R. Espinoza. - A - .Y - . .itz Y z .Y -. " Cv Row l: B. Keeney, L. LaForm, M. Harty, R. Adams. Row 2: J. Cheney, L. Chance, G. Bussinger, L. Hayes. Row 3: P. Fraker, N. Fish, C. Hayes. The purpose of The Junior Red Cross is to help people in need and promote friendship with Teen-agers all over The world. Among other Things, our Junior Red Cross sent a delegate to The Training center in River- side and has made a Fun Wagon filled with Toys To be sent to Rancho Los Amigos. Z. L... 'cil' "' 1-9 -757 Row 1: Y. Edwards, D. Green, L. Teafatiller, M. Hathaway. Row 2: P. Escobar, M. Schenck, C. Peglow, J. Norris. I ' M ' The purpose of The Girls' League is To further The spirit of good fellowship and democracy, To instill high ideals of service and good citizenship, and to encourage activities which will promote higher ideals in all The girls. All girls enrolled in SanTa Fe High School are members of The Girls' League. T Row l: R. Ballinas, D. Dickerson, L. Clarke, S. Skinner, Y. Mannie, S. Gabriel, J. Fautz, N. Bray, L. Martinez, C. Robin, L. Salce. Row 2: J. Julian, S. Harvuot, B. Brown, D. Push, M. Alligood, A. Perez, M. Stine, C. Raymondo, D. Bedford, N. Edwards, R. May, P. Fiddell. Row 3: R. Rebmann, C. Peterson, M. Rogers, J. Keck, A. Thomeas, C. Sutton, S. Campbell, M. Charpentier, I. Luster, M. Adams, D. Bone. Row 4: M. Smith, S. Garver, S. Sheika, P. Best, D. Asher, N. Shumaker, P. Hensley, B. Gabriel, J. Pidd, G. Wellington. w..n+,,..,mvf.w. ,...,.M.m.f, -,. . .. . . '-'nr' 'Y - IO W 7 E-7 .1 I1 " Row 1: B. Keeney, V. Naiar, V. Petroff, K. Rodriguez, l. Rodriguez. Row 2: J. Keck, L. Patterson, D. Warner, B. Brown, N. Pool, E. Robertson. The Publicity Club publicizes school activities. It announces all school activities through the Daily Bulletin, P. A. system, showcase, bulletin boards, signs, posters, and programs. The Drama Club is composed of students who are not in a dramatics class and who are not Thespians. They do crew work for Santa Fe's three act plays, and the acting and crew work for one-act plays of their own. They also sponsor the Drama Club booth at the Spring Car- nival. Row 1: R. Meunier, S. Ried, T. Garcia, J. Chisholm, M. Clark, D, Cole, C. Salter, E. Peevy, L. LaForm, D. Iles. Row 2: N. Shumaker, S. Barker, C. Howard, J. McCombs, V. Staubitz, R. Carroll, D. Underwood, T. Sustarsic, D. Pugh. Row 3: C. Wright, P. Sutherland, C. Peterson, N. Pool, C. Freelin, C. Huffman, M. Smith, J. Pidd, S. Frell, E. Robertson. -.,..,,,,. ceQ.....,4,...,, ---....,. 41' fl Row l: P. Walson, B. Casarez, S. Morgan, B. Casarez, M. Boley, P. Worley, C. Calnek. Row 2: D. Adkins, D. Drysdale, D. Cole, B. Bray, E. Juarez, G. Lugo, C. Tropp, J. White. Row 3: C. Goodwin, S. Purdy, J. White, P. Lane, M, Cerda, J. Padella, C. Frazer, J. Dayton. Row 4: M. Leseney, N. Main, J. Alanis, R. Meunier, S. McClay, B. Martinez, C. Welch. The purpose of Tri-Lingual Club is to promote 1 I 20- a better understanding and better usage of French, German, and Spanish. All members must maintain a C average and satisfactory Th h - ' e ard working Stage Crew sets up the Citizenship. stage for assemblies. They also help at the pep rallies and assist in all stage productions put on by the drama class. They help set up props, move furniture, and keep the sound system in adiustment. The purpose of the Photo Club is to promote interest in photography. The members take pic- tures of various school events, which are used in publications. They work hard to improve their skill and technique. Q9 Row if R. Adams, M. Fish, B. Catron. Row 2: D. Sonnenburg, W. Wilson. E. Wardle, E. Johnson, T. Brown, R. Holland ., , . v a , . , .-l'fl" - 4 I, ' V lv ' '- . ..' "5 ly., "II ,i "" ' ' rrt .ff Row l: N. Roth, T. Holden, M. Waller, P. Weinheimer, J. Timms, Mrs. Hurst. Row 2: M. Harty, J. Waskiewicz, K. Fulkerson, N. Tucker, G Jones, D. Green, Y. Fonesca, 5. Chilton. Row 3: G. Wellington, K. Fulkerson, K. Heinle, B. Green, D. Larson, P. Fraker, C. Baur. The Future Nurses' Club trys to encourage interest in nursing and aloes so by taking members on trips to hospitals. There they are given a chance to see what their future job will be. Future Nurses' Club has a large mem- bership this year. The main purpose of Big Spirit is to start traditions and obtain articles on campus which will contribute to the spirit ot the students ot Santa Fe. In the past three years, Big Spirit has ob- tained the totem pole anal the signs over the passageways, among many other things. Row 1: G. Jones, B. Clark, S. Ramirez, S. Heyer. Row 2: P. Escobar, A. Montford, P. Hensley, P. Prado. flh .-- if PW' my . 94? Row T: J. Robbins, R. Morishige, R. Walson, P. Walson. Row 2: B. Vigner, J. Morris, C. Main, D. Schiseder. The purpose of The Math Club is To provide, for sfudenis who are inferesred in mafhemafics and engineering, a way by which They can fur- Ther Their knowledge abour These subiecfs. I 1:-X R.: xy' Row 1: J. Livell, G. Wheelhouse, D. Douglas. Row 2: J. Huska, D. Irous. Row 3: C. Bell, N. Julian, S. Huddle. W The members of Radio Club are interested in The technical aspects of radios. They gain knowledge of radios Through disassembling and working on Them. All sfudenfs inferesred in singing are eligible To become members of The choir. There are iwo choirs aT present There is a beginning choir for Those who have had no previous singing ex- perience, and an advanced choir for accomplish- ed singers wirh some experience in choir groups. Row I: M. Stuflien, M. Lance, J. Swarm, P. Shaw, D. Gall, S. Graves, K. Peckin, B. Arduino, B. Allen. Row 2: P. Sheen, D. Anderson, C. Froehlich, M. Cross, G. Anderson, R. Meraz, G. Brechf, A. Kropp, D. Whitmore, Y. Padilla. Row 3: C. Jamison, L. Callaway, K. Ful- kerson, B. Green, L. Hayes, B. Scoff, S. Heilesen, B. Taylor, M. Clifford. Row 4: P. Ekins, B. Lee, T. Raitt, M. Moser, B. Anderson, S. McCoy, J. Cowie, D. Ahn, D. Baumeisfer, J. Pidd. 9 e-svn x 'Q U' ' The editor ot the Chieftain staff, Bennie Scott, endeavors to get The paper out on schedule and to see that everything runs smoothly. Her task is great, but she has done very Well. .mn u a fa 0 ' 1,96 ,603 ,wil OOAAGWQ Q Editor: Bennie Scott 1 0 X 5 Z 5 wi ft TT e T l H 1. QQ E .g .,A-I .. r -vihl j f 'V J Row if A. Hamblin, M. Gregory, V. Petroff, L. Vrosh, B. Scott, D. Hinkle, J. Momberg, P. McCann. Advisor: Ted Snyder Row 2: J. Turley, J. Langham, B. Kent, R. Pearson, M. Gonzales, C. Armstrong, H. Mason, P. McElroy, R. Castile, G. Wellington, G. Moore. The Chieftain is the student newspaper. Edited loy newsstatt and journalism students, it is published periodically and distributed tree to each student in school. The paper attempts To provide com- plete coverage ot school news, from academics to sports. J' H'?"!"f Legend editor Margie Hathaway has worked hard to make our annual a success. During the year, Margie has had many varied duties as editor. Her iolo has included working on Saturdays to meet deadlines. l Editor: Margaret Hathaway QYM X is f?'gf li ,B 5 1 f,. ., - V Row l: L. Brungardt, T. Viney, D. Hinkle, M. Hathaway, R. Reckard, Y. Curry, M. Harty. Row 2: M. ivsmess Manager: Duma Hmkle Rodriquez, C. Cockman, C. Naiar, L. Bosanko, S. Eide, D. Waller, L. Rickett, J. Simmons. 'ffl In June of each year, students receive Santa Fe High SchooI's yearbook, the Legend. This loook is designed and created by students in the annual class during the school year. It is the history of one complete year of school lite. m Q -lun., 2 '.-"l,,...s . 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I if , -3-,I . 5 , 4 f "J- 4 .,. , s, ' 'FK-C5 .1-3 .- 1, X 'N 551 NEP- 'X ' ,4 ' :af -4, ' w .Vi X X my J f' 1' 'J fl 'N' 54 WW? L1 f x '-.'f2:g1 -'PQ U4 .f . D f w f ki .,. t -tri 1 A I s' ,..'+ J' ' 'MQW ,ff 0 L. fwKf +aa.zgf4. 4, I ' K I ag, , WL fwffl fl' 'Ex53'M ,ILL QC lp M, 1 M.. -1 L .QT af' X-'i'. gr S- " 1' ' A V, . 4 Oils ' 5 V x igxxgsg '- 14, , ' Ni- -"". J 1 W r vt f X ,MII Qi , t . Y ., ff-.zap :ff iff - Q sl xi" . W' x sz- K ikii pu 4 W gf L 1 J 'i J' 5 A fp 3 f 94 .Y f ff 5 f Q ' . .Q 6 it if-f'w':!: .' 1-' ' I Our lovely Homecoming Queen Tor This year was Sharron Green. She was crowned aT The homecoming assembly on November 21, l958, in our gym. Sharron was escorTed by Delare Mannie, F'resiolenT of VarsiTy Club. She was accompanied by her princesses, Jackie Payne anal Freola Haney. The Chiefs enjoy Their homecoming assembly 1:g:5':i:,,p,l:-, 4-4' 2 ,ff . .9 f+-m-:qw 1- 1 - ,s:fw5gif-A , 1' 1 2' "" ' 1 . 5425 . - fwriii-:fiL2.,g:z59K?'f5:-, .Q-frfrl,-fi ' 5? W, fr T ,,,,.u.M...m ' fx :Lf ' rc F , Fir , T , 9 2 . Hi ig-ff Princess Jackie Payne M41 X 4, arf aff Nfl 2 at 'J'--,df l ga . ai- 'H K' ' 5 X c z l M , Fw gg j ,I x 111 D. Y sl v 'f W zvwvi 6454124 When Freda Haney was selected Rose Parade Princess, she was drawn into a whirl ot activities. Some ot the things each prin- cess received included: a blue dyed-to-match set, a red ballerina length formal, a yellow tull length tormal, and an evening bag. Freda attended a Christmas parade, a tea, charm school two nights a week, dinner, and Girls' League dances .at Whittier, El Rancho, and Santa Fe. She also attended the coronx- ation ball at Calhi. Wwe, mf The Whittier Float was designed by Art Aguirre, a Santa Fe student, Money forthe construction of the float was donated by civic groups and anonymous citizens. One girl was chosen from each school in the dis- trict to ride on the float in the Rose Parade, with Freda as Santa Fe's representative. MQW ,- X T? NJ T X .1 The LosT of The FirsT ore honoring The oTh- leTes who have been in The sporTs from The TirsT To The Ic1sT. Santa Fe's varsity football team provided plenty of Thrilling moments for players and spectators this year. Their record of three wins, four losses, and two ties does not reveal the excitement of the many close games and spec- tacular plays. The varsity in its fourth year is proving a real threat in the San Gabriel Valley League. Wd Individual players who were honored include Mario Mendez, who was chosen to play on the all-San Gabriel League first team and was chosen player of the year. On the second team were Jerry Pearlman, Rennie Simmons, and Joe Gibbs. On the all-District football team, Pearl- man and Mendez were chosen to play. WON- LOST RECORD Santa Fe 6.. Santa Fe 6 . . Santa Fe O . . Santa Fe 14 .. Santa Fe 6 . .. Santa Fe 2l .. Santa Fe T3 .. Santa Fe 13 . . Santa Fe O .. BellGardens O Mt. Carmel 32 . . . . . Sierra O . . . Torrance O . .. Bellflower 6 . . . . Excelsior 7 . . . Montebello T4 ... California 26 ... El Rancho 6 If'f'l' L Row 1: J, Boncher, T. Jones, R. Curtiss, P. Parker, J. Turley, J. Vileseca, H, Duafschek, J. Luffrell, J. Pafino, M. Fulkerson. Row 2: R. Hunf, R. Schmidt, M. Mendez, B. Salomonson, R. Simmons, J. Gibbs, B. Martinez, M. Newman, B. Walker. Row 3: Coach B. Novak, B. McCracken, R. Apple, D. Terry, D, Sfenson, K. Mize, D. Hall, J. Pearlman, R. Glasgow, Coach G. Mattias, Coach B. Andorka. Ull- li Coaches B. Andorka, B. Novak, G. Marfias. 2 5 1 Mario gains G few- Hold that line! Another goin for Santa Fe. I'iI Pli xy 0- 117 5 vm rn ' pl. ' , , I-'i un Bs vlxinlx .META H X harm I Y I, r I Q a .,--f , I DT .Uttar si ' . e-N' J 5,.Il'l'l F' xy: 51 g Row I: J. Davidson, K, Patterson, D. Wright, W. Reid, B, Mundt, T. Blank. Row 2: M. Bibler, J. Childress, T. Deaton, R. Pool, E. Mclntyre, D. Mundt, V. Guildner. Row 3: Coach B. Novak, R. Harris, B. Warren, H. Ramirez, J. Dotson, B. Berry, J. Olson, E. Kilburg. The iunior varsity football team had a moderately successful season in 1958-59. Their record for the sea- son stands at four wins, three losses, and one tie. The iunior varsity's tri- umphs, with the resulting scores, in- cluded the following: Santa Fe-14, Sierra-O, Santa Fe-13, Bellflower-O, and Santa Fe-39, Excelsior-14. The I I 5 . T' R XS . 3,4 , '-:fc x Coach Novak games lost were: Santa Fe-6, Monte- loello-l3, Santa Fe-12, California-31, and Santa Fe-7, El Rancho-19. The tie, a 7-7 deadlock, was with Bell Gardens. According to Coach Novak, the iunior varsity played many good games during the season. 'Sri . L,,:.4'...J in Chi I? ...b . M.-. 'Q' :A l 1 . , Q , ,B if 1 ,gv.,,.. - fi. 4, 1'-. .A -gm? .- - g. -if .. IT. . .. ..-,sc . Last-minute lnstructions Tough Break Watch Out, 491 Row I: J, Pettit, J. Harrington, J. McMinn, S. Tilney, B. Aguirre, R. Larrabee, J. Ferneau, J. Veloz, R. Carcelro, F. Soto, J, Stowell, D. Albrecht Knowles. Row 2: A. Higuera, M. Lee, J. Luttrell, B. Eddy, E. Mendez, R. Jiminez, G. Cory, M. Ambrose, D. Sonnenberg, S. Agrusa, L, Kinnett, M Mays, A. Goodwin. Row 3: Coach Harcourt, A. Dommer, G. Stevens, J. Cochran, R. Ligon, C. Heidner, B. Dickerson, D. Michaelson, B. Talley D Bailey, O. Tacker, L. Wheeler, J. Franklin, E. Prado, D. Perez, J, Gibbs, M. Hays, A. Gallucci, Coach Marcus, Coach Ortiz. Coaches Harcourt, Marcus, and Ortiz. M7065 The Bees, Santa Fe's champions for T958-1959, placed first in the league with an outstanding record of eight wins and no losses. The teams played lwith the Santa Fe score given firstl were: Bell Gardens l34-l2l, Mt. Carmel MO-Ol, Sierra l5O-Ol, Bellflower ll9-Ol, Excelsior I49-Ol, Montebello l3l-l3l, Califor- nia l34-Ol, and El Rancho l33-7l. Junior Bee football also had a good season, with a record of five wins and one loss. Come on, Eddy! Cory gets caught. Jiminez breaks loose. i. 7146! Row 1: R. Marestein, R. White, G. Zanolli, R. Brock, R. Orosco, E. Malone, S. Edwards, L. Penrod, A. Burgner, R. Herrera. Row 2: K. Ottinger, J. Apple, R. Morales, L. Lane, M. Dixon, D. Walker, J. Portugal, D. Larrabee, T. Lopez, H. Zimmerman, D. Williams. Row 3: Coach Pollock, H. Wilson, T. Bowden, D. Stegmaier, D. Hodges, B, King, F. Hobbs, R. Cattle, G. Wyatt, A. Kaplan, D. Johnson, J. Mendes. The Cees placed second this year, with Montebello, 13-12, and El Rancho, 18-12. a record of tive wins and Two losses. The The Junior Cees won Three of their games Cees Trounced Sierra, Torrance, Bellflower, while losing Two and Tying one. Excelsior, and California, while losing to ' 7446! 5 J 'Y l. -T l '-C 4 Y A F 'UTA ri Row 1. K. Ottinger, D. Oyama, V. Redman, R. Jarrett, J. Gonzales, L. Krugman, R. Lash, D. Walters, D. Schoenbergen. Row 2: R. Klewein, R. Hoover, G. Gorham, W. Utterback, C. Southard, J. Ogden, B. Hause, K. Meeks, B. Cody, J. Robins, Coach Brown. f ? N ' ' T J Reld C Severe R Heaps S Morfon A Aguurre P Funney, D. Mannie. Row 2: A. Buckley, C. Cosfillo, R. Hathaway C Neilson D Walker D Lopez M Gonzales R Lyde Row 3 Coach Fessenden, R. Coker, N. Burschke, M. McCabe, J. Saldivar, K. Richardson B Hayes SanTa Fe's cross counfry Team had a very good season in l958-59, wifh five wins and only Two losses. Some of The Teams which were olefeaTed were: Norwalk l2O-371, Sierra ll8-39l, and MonTebello H9-361. The Two olefears were handed ouT by Bellflower anal Excelsior. The J.V. cross counfry record This year was Three wins and four losses. Among The vicfories were The Norwalk game l25-301 and Sierra game l2l-38l. Among The losses were The games wiTh El Rancho, MonTebello, and Bellflower. K . . 1 Off and Runnmg Relay Come on Delare ' f' T- F 'Q 951.4 1 ey W0 '15 'N-me L--emi. h W - 5.46 . u T L li 1 ' 'Q .46-IQ-Zig L . ":1?'-- - ' W 5 E. ,. K XXX ZYKV 3 In L L ,df-1 I1 - . B. Balding D. Clay K. Geary J. Gibbs , I 5 L . : f f A n .A fl L. Goodwin H. Hines M. Mendez Our varsiTy baskefball Team- This year ThaT They did lose were noT given up wiTh- played many exciTing games. One Thing ouT plenTy oTTighT. They did noT lack was greaT spiriT, The games - '-'xg fX ,X f- . A -111 N .4 . W. NorThcuTT J. Pearlman L. SolomiTo f- ' l' 41A L. Schwitzer D. Terry J. Nonhcuttl B. Cafron B. McCracken Q0 new S26 'W Weird A ' '29 Row T: L. Goodwin, M. Mendez, J. Gibbs, W. Norfhcuft, D. Clay, D. Terry, B. Cafron, Row 2: B. McCracken, L. Solomifa, B. Balding, H Hines, K. Geary, G. Pearlman, L. Schwifzer, J. Northcuff. VARSITY SCORES Santa Fe 38 .................. Weslern 44 Sanfa Ee 68 ... .. . San Gabriel 55 Sania Fe 47 . . . ..... Wilson 66 Sanla Ee 36 . . . . . Lakewood 34 Santa Fe 59 . . . .. Monrovia 49 Santa Fe 29 .,. ... El Monfe 48 Santa Ee 48 .. .... Sierra 59 Sanfa Fe 53 ... ... Whittier 5l Sanra Fe 33 . .. . . Bellflower 40 SanTa Fe 49 .. .... Excelsior 48 Santa Fe 4l ... ... Monfebello 50 Sania Ee 52 .. ............. California 63 Santa Fe 33 ................. El Rancho 70 STANDHXIGS Won 5 Losf 8 Tieol 0 Coach Jean Martin Higher I-lines Get that ball Make 'rhar sho? ii" C A MEM I!! . f 'X . Z'- ,Ml ROW lr l-- Kifmeff, K- Sfvver, D- Sfinrlenburg, R. Craceler ,A. Martin B. Eddy, Row 2: J. Mendes, M. Hayes, S. Peyro, B STellmen, J. DayTon K Ovenshire, D. Hinkle, R. Jimenez, L. Wilson. l x H a ., J ,. 'N S' 4 K 1-., T 4 Xl iA'. Mr. Zisko 'FA 1 W, . . -. 4. 1 ,QW ,: .- S l l26 LeT's go Team ,,. , m M a SI-. as 6. A hearTy cheer To our champion Bee Team. OUT of The Ten league games They played, They were deTeaTed only once. We believe ThaT iT was Their excellenT Team work ThaT broughT Them Their many vicfories. CongraTulaTior1s are also in order To The Cee and Dee Teams. Bofh played hard and well, Our Dees also won The league cham- pionship. GeT that ball, Richard He mgde in Rd Row 1: R. Cattle, J. Saldivar, T. Bowden, F. Nobbe, G. Back, D. Jaggars, R. Kent, J. Knowles, Row 2: Coach Marcus, R. Stewart, L Bowser, R. Morales, E. Malone, W. Menold, B. Cody, R. Taylor, A. Dommer. 4 4 -gi.: Fig! x , 1' . I ,IA . .. pi. In 5 V I A "," f .i" It Coach Bill Marcus Coach LaRue Harcourt 5907 Row 1: P. Walson, R. Hoover, J- GOHZGJGS, D- l-GSB, R- HSFVGYG, J. Pi9S0: Row 2: Coach Harcourt, E. Thompson, D. Cole, W. Utterback B Bray, M. Cerda, Manager J. Pettit. mamma 4124 f Q yr ilplri ff.-MH. f...-N. 'ff . ,. 1 - N... ...4..FF"z..q Row T. D. Miller, E. Malone, D. Lopez, Row 2: Coach OrTiz, M. Freeman, A. Kaplan, S. Ortiz, M, Thom . f, This is The second year we have had Tennis Teams aT SanTa Fe, ,wg anal They are someThing To be proud oT. IT Takes or loT of paTience ,VT and numerous pracTices To become good. We of The sTaTT can only lr, say "congraTulaTions" To These Two Teams, who are well on The way H ,y,, g V. E To becoming even loeTTer Than good. Q I Cm.. Om W 0050 Row 'lr R. Klewein, R. Maresfeln, J. HamilTon, E. Prado, J. Saldivar, M. OversTreeT, J. Keeney, Row 2: Coach Upson, R. D. Aikens, R. Donnelly, T. Eck, J. Burfon, R. Garber, L. Lanfz. . -x os, N. Julian. - X ' Coach Upson Harker, D. Walter, J. Desens, ANT.. 52 ., 39 r ld LAN rl R rrsfS HTVVS I '7'N'. 5 'ii' U' f.-mvgwwf, ,,,., ,,,, , 'ME T. QQ ff L2 M " X ,,,5. Q.. 32 fsfiff ww'-W' Our VarsiTy baseball Team has done remark- ably well This year. Under The guidance oT Their coach, Mr. Dick Adams, They aTTained many crushing vicTories. They seemed To really have "go power." A ToTal of fourTeen players came ouT Tor The VarsiTy Team. There were many reTurning leTTer- M0 men, and several players ThaT came up from The Junior VarsiTy and Bee Team. RegreTably, our deadline is Too early This year, so we won'T be able To relaTe Their final league sTandings. We of The sTaTf, however, are sure ThaT They will be on Top. F ' ffiw T 4 all VM T i is ml Llilwil w,1xlN-Q falL, ilm will Shol-1 S10p FirsT Baseman Second Baseman Darwin Davis Sam Agrusa Larry KinniTT 'T x , lnllfll in MM Third Ba seman Jesse Veloz l 1 'x Catcher Dale Gibbs llllili l 30 Outfielders Pifcher Ken Ovenshire, Joe Gibbs, Wayne Northcutt Rennie Simmons Kd . r ,J TAf2'5.Q"X an ,. ,, 'obiTA wi- fs 'ia W W fvii w s fa f i -I A" Q 3711 TA ,, i SPFTA Row T: P. Kelley, L. Kinneft, S. Agruscx, S. Renferiu, D. Gibbs, J. Veioz, G. Cory, B. Cofron, Row 2: Coach Aclcims, P. Selegey, J, Gibbs W. Norfhcuff, D. Davis, K. Ovenshire, R. Simmons, C. Main. Coach Dick Adams Ci! Lei' it go, Steve! Good CCITCIW, Som! Hif that bull, Joe. dl E? l ,nu Q5 ,gr-'TA ff 5,114 . M551 Row 1. C. Campos, B. Hayes, D. Stirk, J. Collins, Row 2: L. Lane, T. Selegery, D. Clay, L. Crawford, B. Caskey, M. Mays, B. Cody, Coach Zisko. if . . 9999 - V gl L! ' Hd il ll ,IR Tl Row 1: B. Dickerson, D. Jaggars, A. Lawrence, J. Clayton, J. Zanalli, R. Hoover, Row 2. Coach Pollack, J. Smith, M. Clotr, D. Slegrnaier, J Love, J. Balding, M, Newman. -g, A .x . .A A04 . Row l: P. Rodriguez, B. O'ReilIy, R. Orosco, J. Jones, R. While, R. Herrera, Row 2: Coach Mattias, W. Utterback, J. Noe, D. Bailey, M. Hammond, C, Davis, J, Franklin, R, Jarrell, C. Carpenter. W , . s Row l: G. Ramsey, S. Morton, B. Eddy, C. Severe, D. Mannie, J. Canett, P. Finney, Row 2: R. Glasgow, F. Brower, R. Glasgow, J. Reid, M. Mendez, B. Salmonson, Coach French. i Although the season's results were not available at press time, the Var- sity Track team got off to a flying start, and a successful season was pre- dicted. At a recent meet - the Santa Barbara Relays - the Distance Medley Relay Team, composed of Pat Finney, Carl Severe, DeLare Mannie, and Bill Eddy, won first place. The track team participates in a variety of track and field events,'in- cluding: dashes of various distances, relays, hurdles, broad and high lumps, Coach Roger French pole vault, and shot put. V 1.9 F ' ,,..,.,-WMWH V f 5 4,za75L..1u new Q., Q A - . .. Q' 1 "'A " 4 M ,- A ' . 'M' .,, .fn ,. .f I Q in M' ,K gk! LMA ,gf gil -5.3,-I-yiggh-.-.5 3: ,.:.,.. ::N-.-I I , V oa..,- ',, 'f 'iff' ' az' " ,. A-' . . . . 1 ...., ,. , f . ,, ' -' . ' ' 1-.. , 2. , gel.. I -' . Phofo Finish! High-Jump Artist. 69 Q QQ QQ we Row 1: M. Fulkerson, A. Higuera, R. Carcelero, S. Tilney, L. Goodwin, A. Martin, A. Aguirre, S. Chiles, Row 2: G. Orclwciy, R. Ligon, J. Gibbs, J. Dayton, D. Johnson, N. Burschke, R. Heaps, A. Gallucci, R. Jiminez, J. Luftrell. jump, sho? pui, relays, and many oiher exciling events. Nexi year we are looking forward To seeing These boys bring great honor To our school! Our Bee and Cee Track Teams did very well This year under fhe super- vision of Coach Roger French. The meer consisreol of broad lump, high f"'X4vv8LU1'l, O- - M V ooml Xllm-lbw' ' N-:kv-K ' V' X,5,Q'U'N Q.. , wer im, NX .l'2 A' l n Row iz R. Schaublin, H. Zimmerman, D. Williams, R. Ortiz, L. Penrod, J. Ward, J. Earl, R. Lash, Row 2: F. Nobbe, G. GOfClOn, D. Shellenberger, R. Kent, M. Bishop, J. Morales, J. Gutierrez, A. Buckley. Gs Qsvovx ..lQ..c-XX Mi -gk .af evil! 1 Wm ig! af",-T! Row 1: M. STevens, S. TouchsTone, B. Caskey, B, Spiralnick, L. Huffman, R. Parker. Row 2: G. Pierce, R. Riese, M. Reid, K. Reid, B. Diebold D. Dinolfi, Coach Reid Santa Fe's varsiTy waTer polo Team ended up in Third place in This year's league sfandings. The Team won Tour games, while losing six. The Bees came in firsf in The league wiTh 10 wins and only one loss. The Cees achieved second place. Their won-loss record showed seven wins and four losses. if YE Block That balll LeT's go, boysl CZ Wm QF .Y - 4--. in Row 1: A. Spitalnick, J. Sullivan, J. Espinoza, G. Jones, D. Brenan, M. Jenkins, T. Taylor, C. Walston, P. Rodriguez, Row 2: J. Smifh, T. Bucccmon, B. Lugo, T. Allen, D. Smotr, N. Morgan, A. Melindas, R. Jenkins, M. Cerdda, W. Nichols. QQ ,-5 ,Ge I 'K 4 Mr. Reid F Q K. Ottinger, B. Spitalnick, M. Stevens, G. Pierce Do you know that Sanfa Fe's life guards musr gym classes learn To swim. Seriously, Though, loe able To swim? They also must be recommend- they m-usr be very well qualified, and pass many ed by The swimming coach, who also swims. tests, both wriflen and swimming, To get The iob. They must do Their duly llife savingl while The I ' '--X Wfz Byron McCracken Bob Garber Our swimming Teams aT SanTa Fe have been in exisTence Tor only Two years, anal have done surprisingly well in such a shorT Time. These boys have parTicipaTecl in a number of meeTs wiTh oTher schools, and have won many of These. These meeTs consisT of races, using The various Types of sTrokes, and compeTiTive oliving. Coach Reid P Look out Below Come on Back Gel Re0dY, GST SST .Z he ee b - Q .if-H3 ' . v"'1'J I 9' l ..-1' om i 14 Wk Row 'I: B. Spitalnick, D. Riese, G. Pierce, Row 2: M. Stevens, B. Diebold, L. Huffman, D. DiNolfi. S1773 I I ' ' Mark Stephens and Glenn Pierce Joe Espinosa Bee Captains Cee Captain 'Q 4.-f 1 I i x i I I -:ml .I IU 'I 7-x ,in . C 9 'TA ,.,,ur4 'Q- 1-.e"1 l Row 1: A. Spitalnick, D. Beveridge, M. Gonzales, M. Jenkin, H. Perry, R. Drum, Row 21 D. Brennan, F. Curry, D, Cavanaugh, J. Espinoza, T. Bahlor, P. Munyhun, Row 3: K. Oftinger, T. Buchanan, D. Smoof, B. Lugo, H. Drummon, R. Jenkins, J. Robbins. aw ' gghl li Row 1: G. Gardner, J. Sullivan, C. Walston, M. Sottosanti, D. Schmidt, F. Portillo, L. Lantz, D. Thomas, A. Burgner, D. Jarrett, Row 2: D. Stenson, J. Huenergardt, A. Tacker, D. Stagmaier, T. Allen, D. West, J. Luttrell, J. Guterinez, B. Tiller, Row 3: D. Perez, K. Mize, B. Brown, R. Smith, L. Thomas, P. Parker, J. Salladin, M. Schwartz, L. Crawford, Coach Novak. N., A - is 22. S i ' . .Q ' 3 Q J f' 1 H Coach Marvin Tweedy Coach Bill Novak Y' 'if . . ,R s rift X ..?, is 1 J. .: 'jj Row l: W. Nichols, D. Pearlman, R. Davis, P. Reinecker, J. Mcllllinn, D. Gauf, N. Morgan, G. 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