Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 1960 · Page 13
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Wednesday, June 1, 1960
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PAGE 14 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE I, I960 Graduation Of Class Of 1960 To End Flowing Wells School Year Pueblo Honors Students French decorations and theme, and even a French Mademoiselle provided entertainment for couples at Pueblo's Sophomore dance held May 21, in the cafeteria. The purpose of the dance was to raise money for the Foreign Student Exchange Fund. The cafeteria decorations were centered around a French theme, "La Vie En Rose." A replica of the Eiffel Tower, * scene of the city of Paris and pink roses on white trellises created a French mood. Disc Jockey, Danny Day was on hand to provide music with records. An wrtra added attraction wai a surprise drum solo with Danny on the drums. He also gave away free records. Cokes were served courtesy of the Coca- Cola Bottling Company. French Foreign Exchange Student, Michele Dumontitl, f r o m Tucson High School, accompanied by two members of the Hi-Cats, treated couples to numbers sung a la French. Some of her songs included "La Vic En Rose", and "Basilon" cha-cha. --Cltlztn rhott MICHELLE SINGS Michelle Dumontiel, THS French foreign exchange student, serves as entertainment for Pueblo's sophomore dance." AHS Honors Amphitheater held its annual honors assembly last Friday. The assembly was to show recognition to those students who have excelled in their classes this year. Mr. Peyton Reavis, following- the Invocation given by Dana Duff, presented Sally Ferguson and Bob Heinig with the Danforth Foundation award. Kathy Hope and Randy Batson were the recipients of the Amphi Men's C l u b Service Awards, presented by Mr. Arthur Softley. Two freshmen, Mickey Rae Snowden and Peter Marshall, received the American Legion award presented by Laurence Cross. The S t a n d a r d Oil Co. Scholarship award as presented by Mr. Allan B. Bunker was awarded to Tom Russell. Sally Ferguson presented the Na- were Dave West, first place, and Jean Buckwalter, second place. Mary Coffey, Pat Burke, and Ronald Gerhart received honorable mention. Sydney McPherson received first place in second year typing and Carol Floyd honorable mention. Margaret Burke was presented with an award in shorthand for taking 120 w.m. Rebecca Rosenthal was present- ional Honor Society Awards to | ed with a Homemaking award, reahman, Marlene Posedly and | anc j Brenda unior, Frank Slaby. Mrs. Condict | Imith presented the D.A.R. award 'o Sally Ferguson. The Drama tnd Sally Fer . guson received honorable mention.- The math awards were given by \wards as given by Miss Bar- i Mr. Douglas Scott, to Judy Boett- iara Wiersema included the Best j cher and Frank Slaby. Phillip thespian. Earl Hindman; Best Vctor, Clyde Helmstetter. and 3eat Actress, Gloria Chambers. The commercial awards were -jven by Mrs. Ada Fugate. The irst year typing awards winners zen for their work on the Desert Gazette. Joan Thompson, Sandra Popp, and Randy Batson received the awards for their work on the Chronicle Journalists Awarded Three Tucson High journalists "istinguidied themselves in the 'niversity of Arizona Journalism )ay judging by taking all three IiVschoof Club award" was Weatherspoon was the recipient of the Bausch and Lomb award and the Science and Math award. Pat Thompson and Phil Weatherspoon received the Amphi classroom teachers scholastic award. Journalism awards were given FW Gives Spur Ball An By JERETTA RICE atmosphere of excitement reigns at Flowing Wells as everyone waits with anticipation for the second annual Spur Ball to be held Friday, June 3. "Typical Teenagers" is the original theme selected and illustrated by Bill Knight, art editor. This theme will be carried out through the dance as well ai the yearbook. The theme will also be dedicated on the front of the lithographed cover. Highlighting the evening will be the revealing of the Spur King and Queen and the dedication of the book. This 'has always been traditional of the annual. Co-editors of this year's annual, Barbara Busacker and Randy Holiday will assist in the distribution of the books. Activities throughout the dance will be the distribution and signing of annuals, refreshments, and dancing. Danny Day, KCUB disc jockey, will emcee the evening's events, .. "This is the first year we have used a hard cover and we think this will be the best yearbook CHS Seniors Get Awards By JANE MILLS Various colleges and organizations throughout the country and around Tucson, have once again honored Catalina seniors. The Bausch and Lomb plaque in recognition of outstanding achievement, good character, and superior intellectual promiie in the field of science has been awarded to Connie McMillian, number one in the graduating class. Connie has also received the Marshall Foundation award for Arizona Women, a scholarship to Stanford, and was state winner in the "I Speak for Democracy" contest. Steve Phillips has received a Hughes Management Club Scholarship for $1,000 and the Univer- THS Girls Elect By MORT ROSENBLUM Two Tucson High girls' clubs have chosen and initiated their officers for next year. Ruth Ann Kent will head the senior Tri-Hi-Y chapter, and Nancy Thomas will lead Tuc-Hi. The Tri-Hi-Y, Tri-Alpha-Giega, has been selected as Tucson's chapter of the year for service ·nd activity. Its program for this year has included a fund raising drive to aid Dr. Tom Dooley in Laos, their annual "Moonlight and Mistletoe" Ball it the El Conquistador and several carwashes fashion shows and dances. Tuc-Hi kept an equally active calendar headed by its first annual Harvest Moon Ball. The club held an Easter Party last month for elementary school children. Assisting Ruth Ann are Tri-Hi-Y officers Annette Benoit, vice president; Margy Surges, secretary; Mary Lynn Goebel, treasurer; Marie Jenks, chaplain; Kathy Thrasher, historian; Kathie Bull and Kathie Diamos, sergeants-at- arms. Tuc-Hi officers include Nancy Farabee, vice president; Sharon Schaeffer, secretary; Ann Thorn- toni treasurer; Judie Reece, chaplain; Teresa Spinelli and Janet Anderson, sergeants-at-arms.- Tri-Hi-Y is affiliated with the YMCA and is open only to senior girls. Tuc-Hi, associated with the YWCA, is eligible to girls of all classes. Ruth Ann comments, "We'll do all we can to meet and pass the standards set by the club this year." She replaces Dottie Weil- *ng. Nancy states, "The dub was great this year, and next year we hope to do twice as well." Carroll Gommel Is outgoing president. sity General Resident Scholarship. Recipient of the National Merit Scholarship is Margaret Hagen. Margaret also placed second in the Betty Crocker State Award and was a runnerup for the Elks Scholarship. Darlene James has received the Danforth Award, the Girls League scholarship for $100 and a scholarship to Ashland College in Kentucky. Mary McCurdy has received a general music scholarship to the University of Arizona. Rick Parrish has received a work grant from the Hebrew Union College at the University of California and also won a speech contest and traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah. Rick also was a state winner in the AFL- CIO contest receiving $500. Other AFL-CIO winners from Catalina are: John Roberts, $500; Peter Althaus (Catalina's exchange s t u d e n t ) , $500; Janet Ayers, $250; and Milt Dardis, $250. Tee Cook has received the Baird Award. Glenn Martinson and E l l e n Mayo have received scholarships for Trinity University in Texas. Sherry Barney, and Tom Kenan will attend Flagstaff College on scholarships. The Rotary By LYNN OTTO Activities which annually terminate the school year at Flowing Wells began Monday when the senior class took a three-day vacation. The class traveled via Greyhound to Linda Vista Guest Ranch south of Oracle, Arizona/ They were allowed horseback riding, swimming, dancing, etc., during their stay. Next on the list is baccalaureate, which will take place this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Speakers for the occasion include Rev. Dale Hewitt of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Rev. David Beal of the First Baptist Church, and Rev. Bill Parker of Wetmore Baptist Church, , . The annual honor assembly will be held Thursday, June 9. At this gathering awards are presented to students who have earned them. Among the presentations will be certificates, pins, and letters for such things as attendance, scholarship, sports, cheerleader and songleader and typing. Graduation is last on the list. This year exercises will be held on the football field. Student speakers will be Nancy Turner, valedictorian; Laura Newsome, salutatorian; Eli Dayton, student body president; and Barbara Busacker. Nancy will speak on the subject "Responsibility to Posterity," Laura will speak on "Responsibility to Society," Eli will talk on "Responsibility to Self," and Barbara will speak on "Responsibility to One's Country." After the Class of '60 is graduated, a dance in their honor will take place in the multi-purpose building. The ball is being sponsored by next year's student council. Club Scholarship will send Janice Barnes and Bill Fredrick to the University of Arizona. Tom Tompkins will attend California Western on a scholarship, Janice Traister will attend Anderson College in Indiana on one, and Elizabeth Wheeler will attend the University of Arizona on a General Resident scholarship. Janice Phelps has been the recipient of the TEA scholarship and will attend the University of Arizona. Julie Barret has received the Elks Scholarship, and runners up were Judy Allen and Neal Genda. --CU!i»n Phot* SPEAKERS FOR FWHS GRADUATION Above are pictured three of the four graduation spsakers for the Flowing Wells Commencement Exercises. They are Laura Newsome, TilTDayton, and Barbara Busacker. Not pictured is Nancy Turner. Amphi Passes Out 1960 Annual The 1960 edition of the "Panther Trails," Amphitheater's yearbook, will be passed out this Friday, June 3rd. The annual will be passed out in the Amphi cafeteria from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. and at the Panther Prance from 7:30 to 9:30 that evening. The editor of this year's Panther Trails is Randy Batson, who is also in charge of Advertisements. Mr. Lowell DeWeerd is advisor of the "Panther Trails." CHS Picks Delegates Catalina recently chose ten delegates to attend the fourth annual Anytown, Arizona, a. human relations workshop for high school youth. They are: Kay Zeidler, Susie Grossetta, Stewart Morris, Susie Salant, Linda Lanb, Connie Gillaspie, Dianne Tully, John Vrchota, Klaire Kauffman and Judy Potter. Beth Hopkins, Mary Schwartzman, Pat Stell, Netty Bilgray, and Judy Riley have been selected as the alternates. The workshop will be held at the Sky-Y Camp in Prescott from August 19 to 25. The I960 delegates were selected on the basit of actual or potential leadership ability by Catalina's former Anytowners. ,, . . . .. , . , i will give the scripture reading, Anytown ..attended by teen- thein ' octtioil|tlld 5 I e.benedicttai agers of different religious, 10- Sunny side Plans Graduation Recently announced were the speakers of the annual baccalaureate and commencement exercises of the class of 1960 at Sunnyside High School. Approximately 115 students will graduate June 10 under the lights of the athletic field. Wanda Warren has been selected valedictorian and Roberta Derby is salutatorian. These girls will deliver the principal addresses during the exercises. Baccalaureate services are to be held Sunday, June 5, with the Reverand Joseph Warden, pastor of the Verde Heights Baptist Church, delivering the sermon "Without-God and the World." Pastor of the Sunnyside Baptist Church, the Reverand Lee Brock cial, racial, national and economic backgrounds who are able to learn more about the different groups which make up our American society. Topics of discussion which have proven of great? interest to the campers include: "Values-Understanding One's Self," "Understanding Those Close to Me," "Religion--God for Each Individual," and "Class Distinctions." for the baccalaureate. Giving the invocation of the commencement program is John Bergstrand. La Monte Hatch, class president, will give the words of welcome. Manuel Montano, student body president will preside over the handing-down ceremony. James Palmer will present the benediction. Awarding the diplomas to the to Vicki Shutt and Dave Laurit-1 Flowing Wells has ever put out," commented Mrs. Bowen, yearbook sponsor. I Selected lor next year's annual | staff are: Brenda Slawson, editor- Panther Trails, the'school year- jn-chief; Bob Bell, assistant cdi- book. Randy Batson presented the first annual to Mrs. Elsie Sullivan | to whom the senior class dedicated. Paul Crumbacher presented the Student Council club awards. The ossibie first places. Bob Temple, Cactus Chronicle ·ditor, received $25 for the best ·ews story of the year. Richard Jco, Chronicle sports writer, re- aved the same amount in the ports writing category. sented to the Art dub and the Out of School to the Thespians. Shirley Rucker, the freshman class president, made the presentation of a new trophy case to the school. | The Babe Ruth Sportsmanship tor; Carl Atherton, art editor; Lois Cox, class pictures; Louise Root, business manager; Larry Moore, sports editor; and Candy Ripley, photography. Amphi Desert Gazette Wins All-Arizona Mr. Lowell DeWeerd, Amphi- AFS Exchangee Is John Moffatt By ALICE JONES Vienna, Austria, City of Waltzes, is the destination of John Moffatt, CHS junior, who has been chosen to represent his school in the American Fielil Service Exchange Program. John received the news of his election just over two weeks before he must leave for] · Tucsonian photographer Wally j award was given to Leroy Hand 'ang captured the $25 prize in i and Irma Ficzeri. Irma also re- hotography, the only other divi-! ceived the All-Around girls sports ion in which awards were given, j award. Us photo had appeared on t h e j Frank Slaby received the Harvard Club award from Mr. Peyton Reavis. James Niegocki gave the benediction and the students were dismissed for their classes. Chronicle sports page. News editor Jane Treadwell ^ceived the top writing award ist year, when the Chronicle was udged best in the state. was notified that the school newspaper, the DESERT GAZETTE, had won All-Arizona ratings at the Journalism Convention held on Ma^ 14. A letter from W. W. Dick, Superintendent of Public Instruction, announced the fact that the award had been won. The convention took place at Hie University oj Arizona. Los Angeles (June 8) to make connections with a specially chartered AFS plane which fill fly him and other delegates to Montreal, Canada. From there John will join around MO other American participants in the program who will sail for Europe'"June 9. While in Vienna, John will live as an adopted son, of an Austrian family. This family consists of a mother and a brother of John's own age whose first name is Hans. The last name John, who finds two years of Spanish of Uincon Seniors Graduate The first graduating class in me ''istory of Rincon will hold their imimencement and Baccalaure- te ceremonies in the amphithea- ?r. This will be a memorable -vent for both the seniors and ."tincon. Baccalaureate ceremonies will '^e held Sunday, June 5th at 8:00. lev. Paul Sholin, pastor of Mt. 7 iew Church will be the speaker. ;tudents speaking are: John :!ayne*, Diane Koplin, David Hiu-or and Dan Schneider. I Commencement exercises will j "wgm at 8:00 Friday, Jane 10. j speakers will be John Graves, j ·'^eslie Bell, Gail Gtroderson, aiNjj George Howard. j After Commencement a dance | 's betng held in th* cafeteria from i VJ2 for seniors and their dates.! Froni there they will go to the* i ctefc for an «fl night perry i wifi wdwJe Among, · bur- little help with German pronunciation, is reluctant to tackle. John has learned that his family, working in conjunction with AFS co-ordinators has planned a busy summer for him. Until July 5, John will attend the Austrian school of his brother. Afterward they will travel to Waidhofen where the remainder of the summer will be spent in the home of Han's aunt. Several trips are scheduled to show John the points of interest of the picturesque and, culturally wealthy little nation. j The AFS program, which has gained considerable momentum in the past few years, is the largest bilateral exchange of high school age young people. This year 1,500 foreign students from 40 countries are attending American schools , on mis program, and a record i ) breaking 2,008 are expected for ! the school year 1960-61. This sum| mer American schools are sending 11,000 of their top students abroad :as exchangees on the summer I program. Next fall 100 U.S. teen; agers will spend five months of i study abroad in foreign schools graduates wil be Mr. A. D. Kille, president of the Sunnyside Board of Education. The diplomas will be presented by Mr. John K. Herrera, superintendent of schools., The SSHS Girls' Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Franz Glover, and the SSHS Band, directed by Mr. James Wilson will provide the music for both the baccalaureate and commencement programs. Named as the top ten senion for Hie class of 1960 with their four-year avermges srs as follows: Wanda Warren, 1.2028; Robert* Derby, 1.3243; 1.2898; Norma Ralph Gallandt, Mejii, 1.4516; --Photo by AI Coti-Robloi 'WEARING WHAT?' Tucsonian Fashion Show chairmen Peggy Bowden, left, and Bronnie Tuchman, right, discuss the results of the THS yearbook staffs fashion show with editor Fred Baker. Rincon Graduates Honored At Assembly By KATHLEEN HALFPENNY Rincon High School honored the first graduating class, scholarship and award winners for this year, at an assembly Wednesday., The seniors with the 15 highest gram, started in 1958. i on the newly begun winter pro-! grade averages were introduced, ' The averages were from 1.0 to 1.2. They were Cynthia Hicks, James Rugg, Sharon Gaskill, Lee Findley, Steven Ledbetter, Ruth Eckstrom, Gloria Vail, Karen Kennedy, Verbena Fink, Kay Harris, Gail Gnnrlerson, Norval B*ra-t, Patricia Thompson. Donald Rogn- i I Sunnyside Names |'60-61 Majorettes ; It was announced last week the tve girls who will be the Sunny-! lien " nd Carolyn Ide arship; Lee Findley, UA General Resident Scholarship and Phelps- Dodge National Merit Scholarship; Leslie Bell, University General Music Scholarship. Cynthia Hicks, Baird UA Scholarship; Stave Ledbetter, General Scholarship, P o m o n a College; John Graves, Alumni Association UA McKale Scholarship and appointment to Air Force Academy; James Rngg, UA General Resident Scholarship and Alfred P, Sloan Scholarship to Stanford Uni- TPT/YIVT C'TtlT' » OJT IL/ -Photo by K»n Iiiwnt I side High School majorettes for [the 1960-61 school term. The five girls are Cheryl McKenzie, Pat Bishop, Ann Bright I Rene Reed, Paula Stone, and Rincon Commencement and Baccalaureate speakers are (left to right) John Graves, George Howard, David Hausor, Dati Sch-neider, and John Haynes. Front row Leslie Bell, Diane Koplin, atvd Gail GmK?«r*m. jthe *rectJoiB tie. Mrs* *Ma Mr. Slagle announced the scholarship winners. They were Mary Ann Bond, Ethel Jones Scholarship awarded by Peter Howetl PTA and Tucson Women's Chfty; j Gloria Cline, RHS Girls' Leagoe j Scholarship; Sha.pon GaskiTl, UA \ G e 71« r a 1 ResioVnt Schojarship; S Barrel! BiesteTfeld, UA R o t a r y j SchowrsnTp'; Jerry Cicwte, ATT- 4 MM State Atetk Actf9*ty ScM- Wayne General Music Scholarship; Gail GUII- derson, Marshall Foundation for Arizona Women Scholarship. trds w e r e Industrial Arts won by Ronald Oberhoitzer, Leslie J Wayne Godare, Catalina Women's Club award to Outstanding Music Student, and to Sid Kern, scholarship to UA Fine Arts Summer Session for high school students. Arizona State Forensic -tournament a w a r d s w e r e won by Stephen Goldmg, Judi Bienstock, Clement Chase, Hannelore Kan- nish, Susan Smith, Steve Ledbetter, and David Wingert. Certificates and medals for academic awards were presented to Karen Kennedy, D. A. R. Good Citizenship award}. Norval Baran, Batmen and Lomb science award; Bi'H Mitchell, Watty Armer, wayne Gajtreau, Gary Triano, Don Me- Graw, Dean Metcalfe, Arthur Slater, awards in various 'fields of Kyie, Vmce Sm Atrgeio, Arizona science; Sandra Johnson, National State Fair, Kerfoot, Bill Bnggs, Kent EJrwm, awl MaTfin Op CflWTKK. VWftTIB ^Wffe ·pMKMRMNM fA VONMNMttMNf) Clement hv*e, N*tiew«l JwiiOT Classical Letfne m4 §eM li«y; James Nttiw*! H«»»r Society James Palmer, 1.4736; Judy Sinks, 1.66S6; Connie Black, 1.6875; La Monte Hatch, 1.7187; Sheila Kucx- ynski, 1.7246; Jim Britton, 1.7352. PHS Honors Ditch Day Pueblo High Seniors began their annual Senior Day activities last week with Bermuda Day. On this occasion all seniors were entitled to wear Bermuda shorts. In an abrupt turn-about-fact however the following day was dubbed Dress Right Day and all seniors appeared in suits and appropriate dresses. Saturday May 28, topped off the activities with Senior Day which was held on the Pueblo Campus. First on the program were two feature length movies entitled Mr. Roberts with Henry Fonda and Ten Thousand Bedrooms with Dean Martin. The movies were directly followed with a barbeque held on the Patio. Then they changed into evening dresses and the seniors topped off the evening with a dance in the' cafeteria. Senior Day was sponsored by the Senior Council. TEEN CITIZEN STAFF MANAGING EDITOR Mort Rosenblum AMPHITHEATER -- Dana Duff, .editor; Pat Barnett, Marylou Kantz, Susan Thornberry, Weld Shutt, Kristi Smith, reporter!. CATALINA--Jane Mills, editor; Alice Jonct, Susie Salant, reporters. VT SMTYIkW? mrwrv v « -- * uynn wio, editor; Jeretta Rice, Diana Howard, reporters. MAtANA-Sertha Lee Brown, reporter. MJE1LO-- Niomi Forester, editor; Jewel Hudson, Nancy Lynch, Sherrilyn January, reporters. RINCON-- Jo Ann Titus, «diton Steve Ledbetter, Kathy Halfpenny, Pat Gately, Diane Koplin, Billk Barbera, reporten; Kent EDwin, photographer. SALFOINTE-Betsy Allen, editor; Sheila Walsh, Mike Gremaud, Chris Jordan, reporters; Pet« C«rt», Jerry Cock, photographers. SWWYSB* - Prt Hail, Ctryol Cm ik, reporters. TUCWN-Mort RfflMftbtoB, «6V O«* Pytwtte, Rita Irwin, Dwwjwce, BtYlMEra Jc%,

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