Alameda High School - Acorn Yearbook (Alameda, CA)
- Class of 1946
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EDMOND FORREST REYNOLDS
HARRISON COLYAR WHITE
THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF ALAMEDA H
As surely as the day followeth the night, even as the spring
followeth the winter, so shall order be made out of chaos, and
the fruits of peace from the seeds of war.
True since the beginning of time, this statement is proving
applicable today more than ever before.
Yes, as it always has, peace has rescued the exhausted
world from the turmoil of war, ancl, as they always have, men
are again beating their swords into plowshares and are turn-
ing again tothe labors of peace. Men, realizing the necessity
for international cooperation, are banding together to form a
great organization whose purpose it shall be to prevent future
wars upon earth. They will look to us to perform the tasks which
they are outlining. We do not fully realize how much the rest
of the world will be looking to us in the years iust ahead, we
have no idea of the great task or the grave responsibility
ahead of us. When we entered this school, the world was en-
gulfed in the greatest conflict man has ever seen, now, as we
leave, the world is at peace. Yet, these things do not seem too
important to us because we have not been affected directly by
them. We have actually been sheltered from the cares of the
world and have been allowed to spend four glorious years in a
world apart, as it were. It is with this in mind that we, the staff
of the 1946 Acorn, are compiling this book. We sincerely hope
that we have been able to recapture the highlights of our
stay here, so that in years to come we may look back with
enioyment and wish that we could live over our carefree,
happy high school days.
What every person becomes depends greatly upon his parents.
Parents spend the best years of their lives working in order to
provide a decent home tor their child to grow up in and in
order to provide an education tor their child. They provide
shelter, clothing, food and guidance over a period ot many
years. Whenever we are despondent, whenever we need help
or guidance of any kind, we always have our parents to turn to.
They willingly give their all for us and yet ask nothing in return
except that we always strive to do our best to be a credit to
them. To our parents, the unseen people behind every success-
ful man, this book is gratefully dedicated.
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It is only natural that we who are young and still have the
greater part of our lives to live should look with ever increasing
interest toward the future. We all live with an eye to the future.
Almost everything we do is done with regard to our future.
Realizing this we are looking forward to what the future will
bring to Alameda High School.
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EDUCATION AND JOBS
Since V-J Day hundreds of discharged servicemen have come to Alameda
High School seeking advice about their future education and about job possi-
bilities. Those who left high school before graduation see clearly that in order
to compete for worthwhile jobs they must have more education. A common
remark made by many of the men is something like this: "Gee, I wish I hadn't
fooled around in high school, a fellow needs all the education he can get to
compete with the smart fellows who seem to be in every section and every
squad of the service. Tell the kids who are in school now to make the most of
their opportunities." We try to help the men in every way possible by suggest-
ing means of securing a high school diploma and by arranging for them to
enroll in a high school, a iunior college, or a college. They help us by encour-
aging the students now in high school to stay in high school and to do better
Education is important to the men who have fought World War II because
it means better iobs and better jobs mean a higher standard of living and
more security and happiness for a man's family. Education is power. It is the
power behind the most important devices invented by man. Education has
enabled us to learn how to send our voices around the earth, how to increase
the yield of corn, how to organize men into modern armies or into great indus-
tries and states. Education has made possible the discovery of atomic energy.
Some form of education is back of every worthwhile iob or career. In order
to get the best possible kind of education for a particular iob, it is desirable to
choose one's occupation at an early age. The selection of a career is one of
the most difficult tasks confronting the high school student. It is also one ofthe
most important for his success and happiness. The people who are most
enthusiastic about their jobs are the people who are doing what they like and
who seem naturally fitted for their work. In making a selection, a student
should examine himself carefully to see that he has the necessary requirements
to handle the job. He should also examine the iob thoroughly to see that it
meets his requirements.
Intelligence, personality, special abilities, and health are all factors to be
kept in mind in considering the requirements of a job. Different jobs require
different levels of intelligence. The engineer requires a higher level of intelli-
gence than does the day laborer. Personality is just as important as intelligence
in many types of work. Try to find out if you have the personality necessary for
the vocation you have selected. lf you wish to be a musician, you should have a
keen sense of pitch and rhythm. An artist must have an eye for color and pro-
portion. Examine yourself for special abilities required in the job. Also examine
the physical demands of the iob and check to see that you have the necessary
Will the job meet your requirements? Far too many people in the United
States are dissatisfied with their iobs. To be happy and successful you must
examine your desires critically and carefully. Find out how much money you
will need a month to maintain the kind of home you wish. Examine the chances
for advancement in the iob. A good plan is to consult men and women who are
successful in the job. Try hard to make an intelligent choice and then plan to
attain the goal you seek.
I wish to extend my congratulations and my thanks to Miss Brosnan, faculty
adviser, to Bill Mueller, Editor, to Bill Heck, Business Manager, and to the
Acorn Staff for the efficient and businesslike way in which the T946 Acorn was
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The Administrative Board is composed of twenty-seven members: six dele-
gates-at-large, two representatives from each class, and the five student body
officers. The Board's immediate function is to approve the school budget, and
to approve payments of A.S.A.H.S. bills. It further has the power to initiate
amendments to the A.S.A.H.S. constitution if an amendment is needed. The
board also nominates and elects the Women's Board of Control.
The members of the Administrative Board for Spring, I946, were Walt
Jensen, sergeant-at-arms, Lois Francis, Don Weeden, speaker, Bill Rice, Mal-
colm Morey, Lois Crowley, Bob Gray, Lynn Levo, Kathryn Moore, vice speaker,
Ed Reynolds, Pat Steel, Boyd Quinn, secretary, Marguerite Ruisinger, Tom Col-
lins, Janice Parkinson, Jack Caton, Nancy Etherton, Jackie Garcia, George
Kell, Clarence Vernon, Pat Whisnand, Barry Conner, Jean Jensen, Jean Bow-
man, Billy de Bell, Karen Birkholm, and Dick Nix.
MEMBERS STUDENT FACULTY-SPRING, T946
Mrs. Hunter, Mr. Cummings, Mr. Sisler, Mr. Bryan, Mr. Bell, Walt Jensen, Lois
Francis, Don Weeden, Bill Rice, Malcolm Morey, Barbara Herrmann, Bob
Dunn, Marguerite Ruisinger, Al Smith, Bill Schacht, Peggy Etherton, and Jim
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MEN'S BOARD OF CONTROL
The Men's Board of Control is composed of eighteen boys, ten of these boys
elected must be members of the Boys Block A Society, and the other eight must
be upper classmen in good standing. Regulations state, further, that ten of
the group must be seniors and eight must be iuniors.
The officers and members of the Men's Board of Control for the Spring term
of T946 were Al Smith, chief counselor, Dick Tingley, first vice counselor, Bill
Simpson, second vice counselor, Boyd Quinn, secretary, Bill Thompson, ser-
geant-at-arms, Carl Monser, Ed Childe, Jack Crook, Art Kahn, Jim Kerr, Don
Peralta, Clarence Doyle, Gerald Warburton, John Dronkers, Russ Rabeneau,
and Lawrence Vargas.
WOMEN'S BOARD OF CONTROL
The Women's Board of Control is composed of eighteen girls, whose duty it is
to preserve order in student meetings, at games and at other gatherings where
students have supervision of student conduct.
The girls chosen for the Spring term of T946 were Marguerite Ruisinger,
chief counselor, Lynn Levo, first counselor, Janice Parkinson, second counselor,
Beverly Chauvet, recording secretary, Carol Gilfen, sergeant-at-arms, Jerry
Price, Virginia Bullwinkel, Natalie Brown, Barbara Krausse, Sandra Dickinson,
Pat Steel, Peggy Etherton, Nancy Etherton, Norah Johnson, Barbara Fisher,
Peggy Pearson, Beverly McCauley, and Nancy Price.
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Each year many of the alumni of Alameda High return for a visit to their
"alma mater." One of the first things they do is look up their former teachers
and talk over old times with them. These visits are o tribute to our faculty.
They show the great appreciation which the students who have passed through
this school have for the teachers-appreciation of the years of willing, selfless
service given by our faculty in order to make us better future citizens of
America. It is with a sense of gratitude and a hope of perpetuating the memo-
ries of our faculty that we add this picture to the 1946 Acorn.
let Ms up Tribute
In the sweep of ecstasy which we are experiencing at the victorious ending of the war, it
is most fitting that we pause to pay reverent tribute to the seventy-five boys from this school
who have made the supreme sacrifice. They were young. They loved life. They did not want
to die. Only a few short years ago they, too, were on our football teams and in our rooting
sections. They were to be seen joking and laughing in our hallways between classes. They
took their girl friends to the school dances.
Then came Pearl Harbor and a world in flames. The campaigns of two hemispheres
engulfed them. ln lonely and remote places their strength was forged in bloody battles.
Manfully they cleared the seas, stormed the beachheads, flew their bombing missions, dug
their foxholes, endured weariness, discouragement, and danger until finally, at scattered
points of the far-flung fighting line, they kept their heroic rendezvous with destiny. Among
the hedgerows of Normandy, in the deep German forests, along the steep Italian moun-
tainsides they died and freedom lived. On the wooden crosses of Iwo Jima and Okinawa
their names are shining symbols ofa fortitude that was sublime.
Remembering their bravery, we, who are less brave, blink back the tears. May the winds
blow gently, may the rains fall lightly on their hallowed graves. May the world which they
left too soon learn the ways of peace so that this cruel toll will not have been exacted
William Robert Addis
Jay Leon Bach
Joseph Carlo Bossi
Robert S. Brown
Richard G. Chipchase
Kenneth T. Donovan
Paul Du Four
Edward F. Eaton
Daniel C. England
William A. English
Mario A. Fernandez
Earl Edward Fry
Harry D. Hedges
Seymour "Nemo" Leeman
Robert J. Lindquist
Theodore J. Mamola
James B. Moore
William F. Murray
William E. Neudorfer
Richard C. Neuhaus
James C. Parker
John Parker, Jr.
Bartley W. Pease
Donald Louis Roberts
Harold Shannon, Jr.
Robert G. Silva
Charles B. Snead
John R. Tiedemann
John Albert Tingley
George A. Turner
Werner Von Berckefeldt
William Van Hooser
Frank Van Nest
John Van Sicklen
Stanley CDanD Whitney
MR. WILLIS MINIUM MR. PAUL EVANS GEORGE HAGEN
former Vice-Principal and former head of the Com- Member A5AH5
Dean of Boys mercial Department and
Principal of the Evening
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President .....4.......... BONNIE BoLs1EN
Vice President ..... ..... S HIRLEY JACKSON
Recording Secretary ......... CAROLINE LANE
Financial Secretary ......... PAUL BUECHNER
Yell Leader ......... . ........ ED REYNOLDS
Administrative Board.MARGUERlTE RUISINGER
Administrative Board ........,. BOYD QUINN
It is with mixed feeling that we, the class of June, '46, leave Alameda High
School. We leave with a deep sense of regret, but also with a keen sense of
anticipation of what the future holds in store for us. Many of us will continue
our education, and many of us will enter the business world, but whatever we
undertake, we will be equipped with the fine background we have received
from Alameda High School.
Four years ago we entered this school as bewildered freshmen who were
determined to be one of the outstanding classes of Alameda High School.
Today we have reached our goal. What has our class done to be a success?
The answer follows:
We started our high school career with high spirits. During our freshman
year we staged a noon dansant and by this put a considerable amount of
money into our treasury. During our second year we felt a little bigger, and we
presented "The Honey Hop," under the capable management of Rocky Moun-
tain and Beverly Chauvet. Our Junior Prom, "Magic Mood," was given in our
third year and was ably managed by Ed Childe and Lois Francis. But the E
highlight of our four years in Alameda High was the presentation of "Janie,"
our Senior Play. Honors to Aletha Kilian, Tom Rosqui, Bill Schacht, Audrey
Sergeant, and Malcolm Morey for making this play a great success.
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s d nt .................. DON BRUZZONE
P esidenf ........ ..... A LETHA KILIAN
ll L oder .................. RENE VERGEZ
Ad strolive Board.MARGUERITE RUISINGER
Ad sirative Board .,........ BOYD QUINN
ng Secretary ......... CAROLINE LANE
al Secretary ........ BARBARA BOYSEN '
Our class has produced leaders in practically every field of endeavor:
sports, school entertainment, and the holding of offices. Each and every one
of our class has had his personal share in making the class of June '46 the
most successful of any graduating class, but there are those who stand out
vividly as the ones who will be remembered by us and the school. In sports,
those who did outstanding work were Al Smith, Rocky Mountain, Carl Monser,
Jim Psaltis, Ed Childe, and Glenn Camper. We will always remember Audrey
Sergeant, Tom Rosqui, Gary Avilla, Bev Butler, Bill Schacht, Don Bruzzone,
and Elsie Davis for their dramatic talent. Not to be forgotten are Bill Mueller,
Marieann Gilligan, Elizabeth Roemer, and Richard Morris, who hold the top
honors for scholastic achievements.
Now, under the leadership ot President Don Bruzzone, we end our studies
at Alameda High School. We take this opportunity to thank our adviser and
teachers for their many kindnesses and courtesies shown us. And now, to
LEE ABRAMS: Sr. Play, "Janie", G.A,A. sports, St
Key, Spanish Club, Advisory Rep.
KEN ALLEN: Stuf-'ent Talent, '42, '43, '44, '45, Track
'44, '45, "Rio Rita", Ad Board, '45, Soph Hop Com.,
Jr. Prom Com.
LOUIS ALLINGER: Captain, ROTC, Non-Coms Club,
Jr. Prom Com., C.S.F., Circus Day Com., Stage Crew,
Soph Hop, "Janie", German Club, Chemistry Club, Red
Cross Rep., Adv. Otticer, Sword and Shield Society, Star
and Key, Student Talent, Latin Club, "New Moon."
PAT ANDERSON: "I Hear America Singing", "New
Moon", Christmas Pageant, Glee Club, '44, '45, '46,
Choir, '44, '46.
RAY ANDRIESE: "Rio Rita", Class Exec, Com., "New
Moon", Manager Jr. Prom, "Stage Door", Choir, Boys
Glee, "I Hear America Singing."
DORIS ANOVICH: Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com., "Rio
Rita", Life Member Star and Key, Christmas Pageant,
'43, '45, Adv. Officer, French Club, G.A.A. Sports, A
CHARLES ARENSON: "Rio Rita", Student Talent, '43,
"New Moon", "Janie", Secretary Men's Association, Jr.
Prom Com., Senior Jacket Com., Spanish Club, Chem.
Club, Vaudeville Show, Circus Day Com.
BARBARA ASH: Life Member, C.S.F., Life Member Star
and Key, Acorn Staff, '46, G.A.A. Sports, Oak Leaf
Staff, Christmas Pageant, '45, "I Hear America Sing-
ing," '44, Sr. Show, Music Club, A Cappella Choir, Sr.
Announcement Com., Spanish Club, Student Talent, '46,
Mask and Sandal.
LAWRENCE AVERY: Chem. Club, Non-Com's Club,
GARY AVILLA: "New
Talent, '46, Freshman
Moon", "B" Basketball, Student
MARGIE AVILLA: Jr,
Member Star and Key,
Prom Com., Sr. Play Com., Life
C.S.F., Latin Club, G.A.A. Sports.
RONNIE BAUM: Bd. of Control Alt., Red Cross Rcp,, Jr.
Prom Com., Soph Hop Com., Spanish Club.
BOB BEAVERS: Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com, Adv
Otticer,Tracl1Manager, Spanish Club, Chr-m. Club.
TED BLAKESLEE: Soph Hop Com., Varsity Swimming, '42,
'43, '44, Varsity Traclr, '46, Mgr. at Banluglllall, '46,
Sr. Play Com.
BONNIE BOLSTEN: Pres. 4A Class, Colnanagvr
"Janie", Prrrs. French Club, Adv. Officer, "Rio Rita",
Adv. Rep., Student Talent '46, Christmas Pageant '45,
ROBERT BORN: Sr. Announcement Committee
JUNICE EOUTTE: "B" Track '44.
BARBARA BOYSEN: Fin. Sec, 3A Class, Vice Pres. 3B
Class, Fin. Sec. 43 Class, Ad Bd. '45f Com-JY. PYOFH: Com-
Soph Hop, Opening Dance, F '451 Sr. Play: Acorn SIUE?
Christmas Pageant '45, Freshmen Reception, F '45,
S '46, Adv. Rep., Adv. Officer, Rec. Lite Member Star
and Key, Circus Day Com. '44, Spanish Club: CS-F'
WILLIAM BRANDT: Transferred from Roosevelt High
School, St. Louis Mo., C.S.F.
BUDDY BROCK: French Club, "Stage Door."
ELMAR BROCK: Sword and Shield Soc., Lt. R.O.T.C-,
Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com., Soph Hop Corn.: SP'-'m'Sh
Club, Non-Coms Club, Adv. Rep.
JOHNNY BROWN: Football '45, '46, Block "A" '45, '46,
Track '45, '46,
DONALD BRUZZONE: Class Pres. 35, 4B, "Janie", "New
Moon", Mask and Sandal '44, '45, Christmas Pageant,
Chm. Sv. Opp. Day, Spanish Club, Star and Key, Sr.
Vaudeville Show, Jr. Prom Com.
TOMMIE M. BRYANT: Transferred from Charlton Pollard
High, Beaumont, Texas.
PAUL BUECHNER: Treas. 4A Class, Maior, R.O.T.C.,
Asst. Bus. Mgr. Acorn '46, Bus. Mgr. Oak Leaf, Life
Member C.S.F., Life Member Star 81 Key, "Janie", Sword
and Shield, Mil. Boll, Jr. Prom, Circus Day, Pres. Spanish
Club, Latin Club, German Club, Chem. Club, Non-
Coms Club, Auditorium Staff.
VIRGINIA BULLWINKEL: Bd. Control, F '44, S '46, Yell
Leader 2A Class, Chm. Sr. Opp. Day, Assoc. Bus. Mgr.
Acorn, Freshman Rec., Sr. Play Com., Soph Hop Com., Jr.
Prom Com., Star and Key, German Club.
BEVERLY BUTLER: Vice Pres. IA Class, Bd. Control, F '44,
S '45, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, F '44, S '45, "Rio Rita", "New
Moon", Star and Key, Adv. Officer, Jr. Prom Com.,
Soph Hop Com., Student Talent, French Club, Circus
JESSE CAIN: Swing Band.
GLENN CAMPER: Var. Football '45, '46, Var. Track
'45, '46, Rifle Team, Block "A" Soc., Latin Club, French
Club, Chem. Club, Spanish Club, Red Cross Rep., Circus
CALVIN CARRINGTON: Lt. R.O.T.C., Sword and Shield
Soc., Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com., Rec. Sec. Chem.
Club, Soph Hop Com., Non-Coms Club, Spanish Club,
Auditorium Stalif, Military Ball, Chess Club, Circus Dov.
KEITH CARROLL: Track '46.
WILLA CARTER: Spanish Club, Adv. Officer.
DEAN CASSIDY: Fin. Sec. 3A Class, Soph Hop Com.,
Jr. Prom Com., "Janie", "B" Football '43, French Club,
Spanish Club, Chem. Club.
BEVERLY CHAUVET: Class Rec. Sec. 2B, Co-manager
"Honey Hop", Bd. Control '44, '45, '46, Rec. Sec. and
Sgt.-at-arms Bd. Control, Christmas Pageant '42, '45,
C.S.F., Star and Key, Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com.,
Adv. Officer, Spanish Club, Circus Day Com., G.A.
ED CHILDE: Var. Basketball '45, '46, Var. Baseball '44,
'45, '46, Pres, Men's Assoc. '46, Jr. Prom Manager,
Bd. of Control '45, '46, Block "A" Soc., Ad Board, Pres.
2A Class, Soph Hop Com., Boys State, Jr. Sweater Com.,
Circus Day Com.
NINA JOY CHILDS: Adv. Rep.
BETTY JO CLARK: Transferred from Atlanta, Ga., Adv.
Oliicer, Christmas Pageant '44, '45, "Janie", Red Cross
NORMA CLAUSEN: Lite Member Star and Key, C.S.F.,
Adv. Officer, Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., Freshman
Reception, Sr. Announcement Com., Latin Club, Spanish
BETTY LOU COLTON
CHARLES COOK: Transferred from Talilcina High School,
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NANCY CRAWLEY: Bd, of Control, R,O,T.C. Co. B
Sponsor, Sword and Shield, Jr. Prom Com., French Club,
Sopb Hop Com., Adv. Ofticer, "New Moon", "Rio Rita' ,
VIVIAN CRISWELL: Christmas Pageant '42, '43, '44, '45,
"Rio Rita", Auditorium Stafl '43,
LOIS CROWLEY: R,O.TC. Sponsor, S '46, Ad Board,
S '46, Bd, of Control, S '45, Life Member C.S,F, Vic:-
President C.S.F., Life Member Star and Key, "Janie",
Jr, Prom Com., Vicr: Prrrsirlr-nt Red Crocs, Circus Day
Com., Adv. Otticn-r, "Rio Rita", Spanish Club, Sworcl anrl
Shield Soc., Glec Club
ELSIE DAVIS: "Janic", Girl! Glr-re.
MARILYN DAVIS: Sr, Announcumrent Corn, "Rio Rita",
Christmas Pageant '43, "l Hear Amrerica Singing", Glin-
Club, Red Cross Rep., Aurl. Staff '43
FAYE DENNEN' Bd. Control, F '45, Arlv, Officer, Latin
Club, Spanish Club, Chr-m. Club, lilo Mrrmbr-r Star anrl
Key, C.S.F., "Rio Rita", Christmas Pagi-ant, Circus Day
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ROBERT DOUMITT. Vice Pres. Men's Assoc., F '45, Ad,
Board, F '43, S '43, Football '42, QB Pres., lB Pres, '42,
MYRON DOWD: Adv. Pres. '44, Senior Play,
BOB DUNN: "Stage Door", Pres. Men's Assoc.
FLOYD EASTMAN: Non-Coms Club, Sword and Shield,
2nd Lt. R.O.T.C., Auditorium Staff.
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BOB FARLEY: Golf Team '46.
ROBERT FEIERBACH: Red Cross Rep., Cafeteria Staff.
ARTHUR FERGUSON: Life Member Star and Key, Life
Member C,S.F., "New Moon" Orch., "Rio Rita" Orch,
Ad. Treas., Jr, Prom Com., Soph Hop Com., Red Cross
Rep., "Janie", Orch.
DOLORES FISCHER: Jr, Prom Com., Oak Leaf Staff, Red
Cross Rep., Spanish Club, Ad. Olticer, Girls' Glee, Choir.
PHYLLIS FLASHMAN: Transferred from Notre Dame,
Sr. Play Com., C.S.F. Member.
PAT FOX: Vice Pres. 3A, "New Moon", Christmas
Pageant '43, '44, '45, Circus Day '44, Public Schools
Week '43, '44,
LOIS FRANCIS: Vice Pres. A.S.A.H.S. S '46, Vice Pres.
G.A. F '45, Song Leader G.A. S '45, Pres. G.A.A., F '45,
Vice Pres. G.A,A. S '45, Co-Manager "Magic Mood",
Ad. Board, '45, S '46, Student Faculty, F '45, S '46,
Acorn Sta '46, Freshman Rec. Com., Rec. Sec. 2A,
Spanis lub, Fin. Sec. G.A.A., Song Leader G.A,A.,
Soph Hop Com., "Janie", Circus Day Com., Star and
Key, C.S.F. L-5
JAMES FRAS R: Student Talent '44, Boys' Glee, R.O.T.C.,
Red Cross Re ., Spanish Club.
FRANCES FREITAS: Glee Club, Christmas Pageant '46.
HERBERT FRYBARGER: C.S.F., Star and Key, Cafeteria
LOLA GARDNER: Spanish Club, Oak Leaf StaH, Girls'
Glee, Freshman Reception.
RONALD GERDES: Ist Lt. R.O.T.C., Sword and Shield
Soc., Non-Cams Club, Life Member C.S.F., Star and
BETTY GILBERT: Sr. Play Com., Adv. Ofiicer, G.A.A.,
Star and Key, French Club, Latin Club.
MARIEANN GILLIGAN: Valedictorian of Class, Spon-
sor R.O.T.C., S '46, Sword and Shield Soc., 4B Exec
Corn., Acorn Staff, Sr. Play Com., "Janie", Life Member
C.S.F., Star and Key, Bd. of Control, F '44, Rec. Sec.
IA, 'IB Class, Adv. Pres., Jr. Prom Com., Circus Day
Com., French Club, Chem. Club Officer, Vice Pres. C.S.F.,
Sr. Sweater Com., Oak Leaf, Sr. Ball Com., Sr. Activities.
JACK GINLEY: Varsity Football '44, '45, Vice Pres.
Men's Assoc, S '46, Boys Glee, Spanish Club, Transfer
from St. Joseph.
BETTIE GIRARD: Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., Adv.
Officer, French Club, Circus Day Com., Christmas
HARVEY GOGOL: Life Member C.S.F., Adv. Officer, Red
Cross Rep., Soph Hop Com., French Club.
MARY GOLDMAN: Vice Pres. GirI's Assoc., S '46, Adv.
Officer, Jr. Prom Com., Freshman Reception, Spanish
Club, Circus Day Com., Sr. Meeting.
NELL GREEN: C.S.F., Cafeteria Staff, G.A.A.
MARION HABER: Transferred from Roosevelt High
School, Honolulu, T.H., Glee Club, A Cappella Choir
'44, '45, Red Cross Rep.
DOROTHY HALL: Transferred from Beaumont High, St.
Louis, Mo., G.A.A., GirI's Block "A."
EDWARD HARDIN: "Rio Rita", Adv. Officer, Spanish
VERNE HARTMAN: Freshmen Rec. '46, Adv. President
'46, Vice Pres. Adv., Red Cross Rep.
HAROLD HARVEY: Jr. Varsity Football '43, '44, Band
'43, '45, Boys' Glee '44.
GEORGE HASHIMOTO: Baseball '46, Star and Key.
BILL HASTINGS: Transferred from Fairbury High School,
Red Cross Rep., Star and Key, C.S.F., Pres. Jr. Red Cross
Council, Spanish Club '46, Adv. Officer.
DOLORES HAYES: Adv. Pres., Christmas Pageant, Star
and Key, Sr. Ball Com., Circus Day Com, Sr. Women's
Banquet, Red Cross Rep.
BILL HECK: "Rio Rita", "New Moon" Orch, Life Mc-rn:
ber C.S.F. and Star and Key, Jr. Prom Com., Soph Hop,
Class Yell Leader, "Janie", Ad. Board, F '45, Swimming
'44, '45, R.O,T.C. Captain, Sword and Shield and Non
Coms Club, German Club, Latin Club, Chem Club,
Business Manager of Acorn, Chairman Senior Men's
TED HELLWIG: Transferred from Hutchinson High
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BARBARA HERRMANN: Transferred from Stadium High
School, Tacoma, Wash., Pres, Girls Assn., S '46, Student
Faculty Com., S '46, Acorn Staff, '46, Oak Leaf Stott,
Life Member Star and Key, French Club, Chem. Club,
Freshman Rec., Sr. Opp. Day, Sr. Play Com., Red Cross
Rep., Circus Day Com., Jr. Pram, Cam., Sr. Meeting
Com., Adv. Rep., Sr. Ball Com.
PAT HERSEY: Class Pres. TB, Ad. Board, SA, 3B, Jr.
Prom Com., Soph Hop Com., Opening Dance Com.,
Circus Day Com., Adv. Rep., French Club.
MARY LEE HEWITT: Sr. Play Com.
SUE HIMLE: Sec. Red Cross, G.A.A. Publicity Mgr., Fresh-
man Rec., Adv. Officer, Star and Key, C.S.F., Red Cross
Rep., Spanish Club, Music Club, Orchestra, Circus Day
WALT HOFVENDAHL: Baseball '44, 45, '46, Spanish
JOY HOUSTON: "Rio Rita", Christmas Pageant '43,
Mask and Sandal, Adv. Oflicer, French Club Officer,
C.S.F., Jr. Prom Com., Freshman Rec. '45, '46, G.A.A.,
Adv. Rep., Soph Hop Com., Glee Club, Star and Key,
Sr. Play Com., Circus Day Com.
GEORGE HUNT: Varsity Swimming '45, '46, Block "A."
SHIRLEY JACKSON: Vice Pres. 4A Class, Ad. Bd., F '43,
S '44, "Janie", Soph Hop Com., Star and Key, Jr. Prom
Com., Sr. Sweater Com., Circus Day Com., G.A.A.,
Freshman Rec., Spanish Club, Chem. Club, Orchestra,
ARTHUR KEMALYAN: Usher to Peace Conference, Capt.
R.O.T.C. Band, Life Member C.S.F. and Star and Key,
Ofticer French Club, Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com., Sr.
Opp. Day, Acorn Staff '46, Christmas Pageant '45,
Latin Club, Chess Club, Sword and Shield, Chem. Club,
Orchestra, Concert Band, Non-Cams Club.
ALETHA KILIAN: Vice Pres. 4B Class, Mgr. Sr. Women's
Banquet, Sponsor R.O.T.C., Vice Pres. Sword and Shield,
Co-Mgr. Military Ball, Bd. Control, F '45, "Janie",
Student Talent, F '45, Christmas Pageant '42, '45, Mask
and Sandal Productions, Life Member Star and Key,
C.S.F., Adv. Pres., Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com.,
Circus Day, Sr. Ball Com., Sr. Vaudeville, Spanish Club,
MARILYN KINDRED: Life Member C.S.F., Sr. Opp.
Day, Bd. of Control, F '45, Jr. Prom Com., "New Moon",
Christmas Pageant '43, '45, Latin Club, Star and Key.
BETTY KING: Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Play Com., Spanish
Club, Red Cross Rep., Adv. Pres., Sr. Boll Com., Circus
Day Com., Defense Council, Sr. Women's Banquet.
ROBERT KING: Transferred from Lubbock High School,
PHYLLIS LAGUILLO: Red Cross Rep.
CAROLINE LANE: Class Rec. Sec. 4A, 4B, Jr. Prom Com.,
Soph Hop Com., Life Member C.S.F. and Star and Key,
Adv- Omcer: C.S.F. Officer, Acorn Staff '46, "Rio Rita",
Freshman Rec., Sr. Sweater Com., Circus Day Com.,
French Club Otticer, Sr. Ball Com., Glee Club, Sr.
LYLE LANG: Transferred from Nebraska.
BARBARA LANGFORD: Transferred from Atlanta, Ga.,
"Janie", Christmas Pageant '45.
VIVIAN LEETZ: Adv. Pres., Jr. Prom Com., Red Cross
Rep., Sr. Vaudeville Show, Circus Day Com., Sr. Ball
Com., Jr, Sweaters, Student Talent, Sr. Women's Ban-
PAUL LEIBER: Adv. Pres., Soph Hop Com., "Janie", Foot-
ball '42, Circus Day Com. '44, Mask and Sandal Pro-
cluctions, "New Moon", "Rio Rita", Jr. Prom Com.,
NAOMI LEMMONS: Transferred from Tulsa, Oklahoma,
Mask and Sandal, Adv. Officer, Operetta, Girls Glee.
LYNN LEVO:Sopl1 Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., "Rio Rita",
"New Moon", "Janie", Sr. Var. Show, Sr. Ball Co-Mgr.,
Circus Day Com., Adv. Pres., Red Cross Rep., Opening
Dance Com., "I Hear America Singing", Sr. Women's
Banquet, First Counselor Women's Bd. of Control, S
'46, Christmas Pageant.
LORRAINE LOCKETT: Freshman Adv. Sec.
BILL LOORZ: Adv. Pres., Sr. Play Com.
TONY MARIANI: Non-Coms Club '44, '45, Sword and
Shield Soc. '46, 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C.
RICHARD MARONEY: Jr. Prom Com., Football '44, Sr.
Play Com., Sr. Jacket Com., Adv. Officer '45, '46.
LEE MARTIN: Art Editor of Acorn '46, Chm. of Sr.
Ball Decorations, Sr. Play Com., Christmas Pageant '45,
Sr. Women's Banquet.
HILDEGARD MENKE: C.S.F., Star and Key, Art Editor
Acorn, '46, Oak Leaf Staff, Spanish Club, Mask and
Sandal Productions, Girls' Glee, G.A.A., Red Cross
Rep., "Ria Rita", Christmas Pageant '44, Circus Day '44,
'46, Public School Week, Opening Dance, Student
Talent, Sr. Announcement Com., Aud. Staff, Adv. Officer,
Freshman Rec. '46, Sr. Ball.
SHIRLEY MERTENS: Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Corn.,SopI'1
Hop Com., Freshman Rec., F '45, S '46, Adv. Officer,
Spanish Club, Latin Club, Star and Key, C.S.F., Chem.
Club, Sr. Sweater Com., Sr. Variety Show, Rr.-cl Cross
Rep., Jr. Sweater Com., Circus Day.
DONNA MEUTER: Songleader Girls' Assoc., F '45, Hon.
Capt. Band, F '45, S '46, Vice Pres Sword and Shield,
F '45, S '46, Rec. Sec. 3A Class, 3B Class, Acorn Staff
'46, Military Ball Com. '46, Sr. Variety Show '46, Jr
Prom Com., Freshman Rec., Football Dance Com , Olticer
Chem. Club, Jr. Sweater Com., Life Member C.S.F. and
Star and Key, Spanish Club, Latin Club, "Janie", Christ-
mas Pageant '45, Adv. Pres., Circus Day.
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IVO MICHELI: Soph Hop Com., life Member Star and
Key, Tennis Team, F '44, S '46, Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Play
Com., Spanish Club, French Club, Adv. Officer.
CARL MONSER: Transferred from North Phoenix High
School, Phoenix, Arizona, Var. Track '45, '46, Block "A"
Soc., "Janie", Jr. Prom Com., Men's Bd. of Control,
F '45, S '46, Sports Ed. Acorn, Adv. Officer.
MAL MOREY: "Janie", Student Talent '43, '46, Sr.
Vaudeville Show, Baseball Team, Adv. Pres., Yell Leader
A.S.A.H.S., S '46, Circus Day, Red Cross Rep, Jr. Prom
Com., Ad Bd., Student Fac, Com.
RICHARD MORRIS: Vuledictorion of Class, Editor Oak
leaf, Life Member C.S.F.
ROCK MOUNTAIN: Adv, Pres., Varsity Swimming '43,
'44, '45, '46, Bd. of Control, Block "A" Soc., Student
Talent '43, '46, Sr. Vaudeville Show, Class Pres. '44, Red
Cross Rep., Jr. Prom Com., Soph Hop Com., "Rio Rita",
"New Moon", Soph. Hop Manager, Circus Day, Oak
Leaf Stott, Adv. Rep.
BILL MUELLER: Valedictorian of Class, Editor Acorn '46,
Capt. R.O.T.C., Life Member C.S.F., Life Member Star
and Key, Yell Leader 35, Ad. Bd., F '45, Sr. Opp. Day,
Military Boll Com., Latin Club Officer, "Janie", "New
Moon", Chem. Club, German Club, Non-Coms Club,
Sword and Shield Sac., Chess Club, Stamp Club, Cafe-
teria Staff, Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., Red Cross
JUSTIN MURRISH: Transferred from Oakland, Sword
and Shield, 2nd Lt, R.O.T.C., Special Drill Platoon, Mil.
WARREN MUSSER: Acl. Bd., Soph Hop Com., "Janie",
Tennis, Circus Day, Sr. Announcement Com., Spanish
Club, Red Cross.
ROBERT NICOL: Adv. Officer, R.O.T.C., Non-Coms Club,
Stage Crew, Soph Hop Com,
INGER NIELSEN: R.O.T.C. sponsor, Sword and Shield
Omcer, Star and Key, Jr. Prom Com., Transferred from
Miami Edison High School, Miami, Fla., Christmas
Pageant, F '45,
OLIVE NISLEY: Red Cross Rep., Adv. Officer, Spanish
Club, Adv. Rep.
HELEN OLENIK: Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com., Adv
Pres., Circus Day, Spanish Club, Red Cross Rep., Chem.
Club, Latin Club.
MARTHA PALMER: Life Member Star and Key, C.S.F.,
Oak Leaf Stati, Circus Day, Red Cross Rep., Red Cross
Ofhcer, Christmas Pageant, Sr. Opp. Day, "Rio Rita",
Jr. Prom Com., Soph Hop Com., Public Schools Week,
French Club, Latin Club.
DONELLA VIRJEAN PARKER: G.A.A., Latin Club.
RAY PARKER: J, V. Football '43, "B" Basketball '43,
Varsity Football '44, Bd. of Control, F '44,
VIOLET PASCALE: Star and Key, Spanish Club, Chess
Club, Aud. Staff '44, '46.
EDMOND PATTIMORE: Mask and Sandal, R.O.T.C.,
Sr. Play Com.
PAT PEARSON: Jr. Prom Com., Adv. Officer, Red Cross
Rep., Latin Club.
STAN PEREZ: Sr. Play Com., R.O.T.C. '45, '46, Non-
Coms Club, Sr. Vaudeville Show, Jr. Prom Com.
ELAINE PETERS: Adv. Rep., Red Cross Rep.
BILL PLUMMER: Mgr. Sr. Play "Janie", Circus Day, Sr.
Vaucleville Show, Adv. Officer, C.S.F., Star and Key,
Latin Club, Spanish Club, Red Cross, Jr. Prom Com.,
Soph Hop Com., Exec. Com. '43, '44, '45, '46.
JERRY PRICE: Sponsor Co. "D", F '45, Ad. Board, S '45,
Bd. of Control, S '46, Operetta '43, '45, Christmas
Pageant '42, '43, '44, Jr. Prom Com., Soph Hop Com.,
Adv. Pres., Star and Key, Sword and Shield Soc., Span-
JIM PSALTIS: Var. Football '45, '46, Track '45, '46,
Block "A" Pres., Basketball '46, Christmas Pageant '45-
Bd. of Control '45, Adv. Officer.
BOYD QUINN: Sec. Men's Bd. of Control, S '46, Sec. Ad.
Bd., F '45, S '46, Opening Dance Com., F '45, S '46,
Sr. Opp. Day, Jr. Prom Com., Soph Hop Com., Acorn
Staff, "Janie", Tennis Team, F '44, Chrm. 7th War Loan
Drive, S '45, Life Member Star and Key, C.S.F., French
Club, Sr. Vaudeville Show, Public School Week '44, '45,
Christmas Pageant '44, '45, Adv, Otticer, Class Exec.
Com., Jr. Prom Skit Com., Jr. Red Cross Rep., Sr.
Jacket Com., Circus Day Com.
LORINDA QUlNTELz Transferred lrom Fremont High
School, Oakland, Queen ol Doolittle Parade, Adv. Ofli-
KATHRYN RANKEN: Transferred from Los Angeles.
DONNA REID. G.A.A., spam Mgr. G.A.A., G.A.A
ED REYNOLDS: Lt. Col. R.O.T.C., Asst. Ed. Acorn, Ad.
Bd., Yell Leader 4A Class, Lile Mc-mber C.S.F., Mgr.
Aud. Staff, "Janie", Life Member Star and Key, Oak
Leaf Staff, Chem. Club Omcur, Military Ball Com., Jr.
Prom Com., Sgt.-Mai. Non Corns Club, Pres. C.S.F.,
French Club Oflicer, Spanish Club Officer, Lalin Club,
German Club Officer, Star and Key Officer, Concert
Band, Jr. Red Cross Council, Student Talent, Class
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WILLIAM RICE: Fin. Sec. A.S.A.H.S., S '46, Sr. Play
Com., Golf Team, S '46, Baseball '43, '44, '45, Sr.
Vaudeville Show, Opening Dance Com., S '46.
WILLIAM RICHARD: "Janie", Choir '45, '46, Boys Crlee
'44, '46, Student Talent '46.
PAT RITTER: Glee Club, "Rio Rita."
ELIZABETH ROEMER: Valedictorian of Class, Life Mem-
ber C.S.F., Life Member Star and Key, Block "A",
G.A.A., Exec. Bd. Chem. Club, Star and Key Officer, War
Memorial Symposium, Swimming Manager, Latin Club.
TOM ROSQUI: Transferred from Walla Walla, Wash.:
Sr. Play, "Janie", Christmas Pageant '45, Mask and
Sandal, Sr, Variety Show, Student Talent, S '46, Jr.
Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Chm. Sr. Announcement
Com., German Club, Sr. Jacket Com.
JUNE ROSS: Star and Key, Acorn Stalf, Oak Leaf StaIT,
Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Play Com., Latin Club, Adv. Officer,
Red Cross Rep.
MARGUERITE RUISINGER: Lite Member C.S.F., Rec. Sec.
Girls' Assoc., Chief Counselor Bd. of Control, S '46,
Student Faculty Com. S '46, Acorn Staff '46, Co-man-
ager Circus Day, S '46, Ad. Bd., F '45, S '46, Bd. ol
Control, S '45.
LOIS RUMMERFIELD: Lile Member Star and Key, C.S.F.,
Music Club Olticer, Spanish Club, Red Cross Rep. '43,
'44, Jr. Pram Cam.
ANNA RUTLEDGE: Transferred from San Diego, Adv,
Rep., Red Cross Rep., Spanish Club, Chess Club.
BILL SCHACHT: Rec. Sec. A.S.A.H.S., F '45, Yell Leader
A.S.A.H.S., F '44, S '45, "New Moon", "Janie", Mgr.
Opening Dance, F '45, Jr. Prom Com., Student Talent
'44, '45, '46, Choir, Student Faculty Com., Ad Board,
"I Hear America Singing", Adv. Officer.
BILL SCHEUERMANN: Maior R.O.T.C., Pres. Sword and
Shield, Sgt. Mai. Non-Coms Club, Bus. Mgr. Oak Leaf,
Life Member C.S.F., Star and Key, Military Ball Mgr.,
Aud. StaHi, German Club Ofilicers, Spanish Club Olticerp
"Janie", Jr. Prom Com., Jr. Exec. Com., Jr. Red Cross
Council, Sr. Announcement Com., Adv. Rep.
GEORGE SCHOTT: Orch. for "New Moon", Sr. Talent
Com., R.O.T.C. Band, Spanish Club, Orch. for "Janie",
Student Talent '44, '45, '46, Circus Day Com.
JANET SCHREIBER: "New Moon", Christmas Pageant
'42, '43, '44, '45, Student Talent '44, '45, Adv. Officer,
"Rio Rita", French Club, Public Schools Week '42, '43,
RUTH SCHULZ: Transferred from Wausau Sr. High
School, Wausau, Wisconsin, Sr. Ball Com., Star and
Key Soc., Sr. Play Com, Red Cross Rep., Adv. Olticer.
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AUDREY SERGEANT: Rec. Sec. Girls Assoc., F '45, Fresh-
man Rec. Corn '46, Soph Hop Com., Junior Prom Com.,
"Janie", Circus Day Com. '44, '46, Life Member Star
and Key, C.S.F., Chem. Club Officer, Adv. Pres. '44, '46,
Christmas Pageant '43, '45, Variety Show Com., Foot-
ball Dance Com., Sr. Opp. Day Com., Spanish Club,
Latin Club, Red Cross Rep., G.A.A., Mask and Sandal
Prod., Sr. Women's Banquet, Sr. Ball Com., Sr. Picnic
EDWARD SIBLEY: Var. Track '45, '46, Block "A" Soc.
'45, '46, Star and Key, R.O.T.C, '42, '44, Junior Prom
BONNIE SILVA: Head Usherette, '45, '46, Adv. Pres,,
Red Cross Rep.
WILLIAM SIMPSON: Sec. Men's Assoc., Counselor of Bd.
of Control, "Janie", Block "A" Society '43, '44, '45,
'46, Sr, Opp. Day Com,, Chm. Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom
Com., Adv. Officer.
ROSA SIRI: C.S.F., Star and Key, Soph Hop Com., Jr.
Prom Com., Sr. Play Com., Spanish Club, Sr. Sweater
Com., "Rio Rita" '43, Circus Day Com. '44, Christmas
Pageant '43, '44, Public School Week '43, '44, Adv.
LOIS SLEIGHT: Pres, Girls Block "A", S '46, Star and
Key, C:.A.A., G,A.A. Spread '46, Com, on Circus Day
AL SMITH: Var. Baseball '44, '45, '46, Chief Counselor
Men's Bd. of Control, Member Student Fac. Com., Men's
Bd. of Control '45, '46, Secretary Men's Bd. of Control,
F '45, Bloclc "A" Soc. '45, '46, Vice Pres. Block "A"
Soc., "Janie", Pres. 4B Adv.
JEWELL SMITH: Transferred from Hayward, Calif.,
C.S,F., Star and Key.
JUDY SMITH: Red Cross Rep, Chem. Club, Freshman Rec.
MERLAYNE SNELL: Christmas Pageant '45, Student
Talent '46, Designed Program for "Janie"
HENRY SOARES ps
PATRICIA SOWERS: Transferred Irorn Fremont High,
Oakland, "Janie", C S F.
CARLA STAPEL: Vice Pres. Adv 4B, GAA, Sr, Opp
Day, C.S,F, Lite Member Star and Key, Jr, Prom Com.,
Chem. Club, Red Cross Rep., Spanish Club.
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PEARL STEINBERG: Usherette '44, '45, '46, Red Cross
JANET STEWART: Transferred from Oklahoma, Adv,
DIANE STRAUGHEN: "New Moon", Glee, Choir, Christe
mas Pageant '45, Public School Week '42, '44, '45.
DICK TINGLEY: Football '42, '45, Bd. ol Control '46,
Capt. R.O.T.C., Circus Day Com. '44, Soph Hop Com.,
Jr. Prom Com., Sword and Shield Soc., Adv. Ofilicer.
PAT TRAVIS: Adv. Pres., Vice Pres., Treas., Christmas
Page-ants, "Rio Rita."
FRANK TURNER: R.O.T.C,, Adv. Ofticer, Aud. Stuff.
RAYMOND VALLERGA: C.S,F., Star and Key, Treas.
Spanish Club, Vice Pres., Sec. Adv., Red Cross Rep.,
Public School Week, Latin Club.
GWEN VAN ALLEN: C.S.F., Jr. Prom Com., Red Cross,
Adv, Pres. '45, French Club, Latin Club, Spanish Club,
Soph Hop Com.
WINIFRED VAN ALLEN: Red Cross Rep., Adv. Pres, '45,
Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., Circus Day Com. '44,
Adv. Sec. '44.
NORMA VAN GEEM
JACK VELTMAN: Adv. Rep. Red Cross, Spanish Club,
Latin Club, Jr. Prom Com., R.O.T.C.
RENE VERGEZ: Class Yell Leader '45, '46, Vice Pres
French Club '46, Student Talent '46, "Rio Rita", Adv
Ofticer,SopI1 Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Play Com.,
Circus Day Com., Sr. Ball Com., Christmas Pageant '42
'43, Chem. Club, Public School Week.
ALFRED VILLAIRE: C.S.F., Orch. "New Moon", Adv
Pres., Acorn Staff '46, Chem. Club, Jr. Prom Com., Jr
Executive Com., Red Cross Rep.
WARREN WALLIS: Red Cross Rep., Sec. Adv.
HELEN WATKINS: Christmas Pa eant '43, '44, '45, '46,
DREXEL WESLEDER: Var. Basketball '46, "B" Basketball
'45, J. V. Baseball '45, Football '45, '46.
HARRISON WHITE: Asst. Ed. Acorn '46, Life Member
C.S.F., Chess Club, Chem. Club, Latin Club.
LOUIS WHITMORE: Spanish Club.
BILL WILLER: Student Talent '43, Football '42, Boys
Glee '42, '44, '46, R.O.T.C. '46, Adv. Pres. '43, '44,
Adv. Rep. '45, Red Cross '43, '44, Sr. Play Com., Circus
Day Com., "B" Basketball Mgr. '43, Spanish Club.
RUEBEN WILSON: Track '44, Concert Band, Orch., Adv.
GAYLE WILLNER: Sr. Play Pub. Com., Jr. Prom Pub
Com., Soph Hop Pub. Com., Chm. Freshman Rec. '46,
Red Cross County Council Rep., "Rio Rita", Christmas
Pageant '45, Spanish Club, Latin Club, Chem. Club,
Adv. Officer, Adv. Rep., Red Cross Rep., Glee Club,
G.A.A. Sports, Star and Key.
ALLAN WONG: Star and Key, Spanish Club.
FRED WONG: Chess Club.
NORMALEE YAGER: Queen Doolittle Parade, Adv. Pres.,
Vice Pres. Adv.
BARBARA YOCUM: Transferred lrom Grass Vallr-y,
"Neal Moon", Student Talent '45, '46, C.S.F., Chrinlmua
Pageant '44, '45, Freshman Rec. '44, '46, Star anrl Kr-y,
French Club, Gorman Club, Circus Day Com
AILEEN ZACHMANN: Sr Play Com., Jr. Prom Com,
Soph Hop Com., Circus Day Com., Gorman Club Ollic:-r,
Christmas Pageant '45, Adv. Pres. '44, Lift, Mr-mln-r
Star and Key, C.S.F., Latin Club, G.A.A., Red Cross
Pep, Chr-rn Club, Adv, Officer.
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SEPTEMBER 11, 1945 .
OCTOBER 5, 1945 .
NOVEMBER 2, 1945 . .
NOVEMBER 19-23, 1945
NOVEMBER 30, 1945 .
DECEMBER 14, 1945 .
DEC. 17-JAN. 5, 1946 .
JANUARY 5, 1946 . .
JANUARY 18, 1946 . .
JANUARY 31, 1946 .
FEBRUARY 1, 1946 . .
FEBRUARY 21, 1946 . .
MARCH 22, 23, 1946 .
APRIL 4, 1946 .
APRIL 11, 1946 .
APRIL 15-19, 1946 .
APRIL 26, 1946 .
MAY 1-3, 1946 .
MAY 8, 1946 .
MAY 17,1946 .
MAY 22, 1946 .
MAY 24, 1946 .
MAY 31, 1946 .
JUNE 6, 1946 .
JUNE 10, 1946 .
JUNE 11, 1946 .
JUNE 13, 1946 .
Fall Semester Opens-The Beginning ofthe End
Opening Dance-Howdy Doody!
"Janie"-"Here Comes The Army"
Thanksgiving Vacation-Thank You!
"Winter Whirl"-Sorta Dizzy
Christmas Pageant-Very Impressive
Christmas Vacation-"Rest and Presents"
Elections-"Congrats Walt, Lois, Don, Bill,
"Atomic Hop"-"Up and Atom"
Graduation-"Hail and Farewell"
Senior Ball-"A Little Bit of Heaven"
Opening Dance-"Howdy Doody Ditto!"
Stage Door-Bang! Bang!
Cinderella Prom-"Everyone was there but the mice"
Student Talent-"Hollywood Calling"
Easter Vacation-"Sun tans galore"
Tin Can Tumble-Gerber's did it again!
Ex's-Another day, Another A
Senior Opportunity Day-"And Now Tomorrow"
Senior Picnic-Big Business for Linda Vista
R.O.T.C. Competition-What! No Jeeps?
Military Ball-This is it, men-be brave!
Circus Day-We feed the monkeys!
Senior Meeting-Dry those tears away!
Senior Women's Banquet-Lotsa giggles
Senior Men's Banquet-What! Was there
a dinner, too?
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Presidenf .............. MICHAEL BRAVO
Vice PresidenT .....
Recording Secrelary. .
Financial Secretary ......... TOM COLLINS
Yell Leader ........
... ..... JOE BITHELL
Ad-rninisTraTive Board ....... DON WEEDEN
When we, The class of February, '47, made our enTrance inTo Alameda High
School, we looked above The porTaIs and gazed aT The numerous Types of
learning ThaT were abouT To be offered us. We deTermined Then To make our
class one of The mosT ouTsTanding in hisTory.
Our class presidenTs Tor our Freshman year were RoIIeT GiambasTiani and
Larry LeBlanc, who led us in presenTing a IA DansanT and a IB Movie.
In our Sophomore year our presidenTs were Joe BiTheII and Natalie Brown.
Our firsT financial underTaking, which proved To be a greaT social success, was
"The TurnabouT Hop." This dance was very well managed by Don Weeden
and Shirley Gray.
During our Third year under our class presidenTs Barbara SchmidT and Mike
Bravo, we presenTed a 3A Movie, which broughT enioymenT To all who aT-
Then The "WinTer WhirI," The greaTesT of all Junior Proms, was presenTed
and proved To be a huge success. Ray Andriese and KaThryn Moore managed
This dance very well and To Them we owe our Thanks.
Bill Hovey is our able presidenT This semesTer. The highlight of This Term was
our great senior play, "STage Door," which had a casT of ThirTy-seven. The play
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d nt ................... BILL HOVEY
P esident .......... NATALIE BROWN
d ng Secretary. . . BARBARA SCHMIDT
ol Secretary ....... NANCY CROOK
Il L oder .......... BARBARA KRAUSSE
Ad strative Board ....... TOM COLLINS
strative Board. .JANICE PARKINSON
was ably managed by Tom Collins and Janice Parkinson and superbly
directed by Mr. Lloyd Sisler. Among the leading characters were Kathryn
Moore, Bob Wentz, Bob Dunn, Joyce Burroughs, Barbara Schmidt, Marilyn
Spence, Lois Weber, and Sandra Dickinson. Our class goes down in history
as being the first ever to present a senior play two nights in succession. Our
clear profits topped the 800 dollar mark.
In sports, our football star is Phil Thormalin, in basketball, Nelson Wright,
in tennis, Don Weeden and Don Emmal. Don Weeden is also very active in
swimming. On the baseball team are Jimmy Kerr and Harold Hutchinson.
And last, but not least, is WaltJensen, who is outstanding in track. He was two
years all county and two years the north coast champion pole-vaulter.
We extend our heartiest thanks to Mr. Bryan, Mrs. Hall, and our faculty
advisors for their inspiring and enthusiastic guidance in all our undertakings.
Next term we will look forward to many happy and exciting events, and
we will leave Alameda High School proud of our achievements.
MARIE ADRAGNA: Red Cross Sec., F '45, Red Cross
Rep. 28, 3A, 3B, Adv. Otticer.
DENNIS ANDERSEN: Christmas Pageant,
CECELIA ALEXANDER: Red Cross Rep. IB, QA, Adv.
Officer QA, QB.
MATTIE LEE ASHWOOD
SHIRLEY BARNICKOL: Properties Com. "Stage Door",
Jr. Prom Com., Star and Key, Soph Hop Com., C.S.F.,
Red Cross, Cafeteria, Freshmen Rec. '46, Sr. Opp. Day
LESLIE BARONIAN: Track '45, '46.
PAUL BELL: Star and Key, C.S.F., Ist. Lt. Band, Prop-
erty Mgr. "Stage Door", Sports Editor Oak Leaf, Orch.,
JOE BITHELL: Pres. IB, Yell Leader 38, Jr. Prom Com.,
Non Cams Club, Pres. of Adv., Spanish Club.
MARIE BOLLA: Red Cross Rep. 2B, 3A, 3B, Adv. Officer
ARNOLD BORSHAY: "Stage Door", Advertisement Chm.
Jr. Prom, Sr. Jackets '46, Adv. Pres. '43, Red Cross '43,
DICK BRANCHARD: Var. Track '45, '46, Soph Hop
Com., Adv. Officer.
MICHAEL BRAVO: Track '45, '46, Class Pres. 3B, Class
Yell Leader BA, Yell Leader Men's Assoc., Red Cross
Rep., "New Moon", Sr. Opp. Day, Star and Key, Jr.
Prom Com., Circus Day '44, '46, Adv. Officer.
SHIRLEY BRENNER: Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com., Span-
ish Club, Glee Club, Sr. Sweater Com, Red Cross Rep,
NATALIE BROWN: Bd. ot Control, S '46, Ad Bd., F, S '43
Class Pres. YB, Vice Pres. 4A, Sr. Play Com., Latin Club-
Jr. Prom Com., Soph Hop Com., Adv. Pres.
JOHN BRUZZONE: Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com,
Class Exec. Com., Tennis '45, Sr. Play Com., Red Cross
MARIAN BUCK: Red Cross Rep., Sr. Play Com., Soph
Hop Com., Adv. Officer.
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JOYCE BUGEE: "Rio Rita": Adv. Officer: Circus Day
Skit '44: Circus Day Com.: Soph Hop Com.
JOYCE BURROUGHS: French Club: "Stage Door": Sr.
Play Com.: Soph Hop Com.: Opening Dance Com., S
'46: Red Cross: C.S.F.: Mask and Sandal Players: Adv.
Officer: Circus Day Com. '44: Sr. Opp. Day Cam.
YVONNE CATES: Life Member Star and Key: Latin Club:
Spanish Club: Life Member C.S.F.: G.A.A.: Chem. Club:
DAVID CAVANAUGH: R.O.T.C. Band Otticer: C.S.F.:
Orch.: Student Talent '43, '44: Adv. Ofticer,
ALICE CHRISTIAN: Adv. Officer: Adv. Rep.: Sr. Play
Com.: Sr. Sweater Com.: French Club.
BEVERLY CLEVELAND: G.A.A.
TOM COLLINS: C.S.F.: Star and Key: Acl. Bd.: Sword
and Shield Soc.: Mgr. "Stage Door": Adv. Pres.: Red
Cross: Chem. Club: Non Coms Club: Class Officer:
BETTY CONARD: "Stage Door": C.S.F.: G.A.A.: Sr. Opp.
Day '46: French Club: Sr. Sweater Com.: Student Talent
'45: Sr. Play Com.
NANCY CROOK: Fin. Sec. 4A: Block "A": Bd. of Con-
trol: Sponsor Co. C: Sr. Play Com.: Life Member Star
and Key: C.S.F.: G.A.A.: "Rio Rita": Adv. Officer: Sword
DIVO DIANDA: Var. Football '44, '45, '46.
SANDRA DICKINSON: Bd. of Control: "Stage Door":
C.S.F.: Star and Key: Mask and Sandal: Adv. Otticer:
Spanish Club: Latin Club: Soph. Hop Com.: Jr. Prom
Com.: Red Cross: Public School Week Pageant.
DONALD EVERS: "Stage Door"g Rifle Team: 4A Adv.
Pres.: Ad. Com. "Stage Door"p Lt. Co. By Sword and
Shield Soc.: French Club: Adv. Rep.
ROLLETT GIAMBASTIANI: Pres. 'lAg Exec, Com. Star
and Keyp Ad. Bd.: Jr. Prom Com.7 Ad. Com. Soph Hopf
Opening Dance, S '45y "Rio Rita"y "B" Football, F '43
CAROL GIFFEN: "Stage Door"g Bd. of Controlg Life
Member Star and Key: Jr. Prom Com.g Soph Hop Com.:
Rec. Sec. 257 Spanish Clubg Chem. Club: Red Crossg
Exec. Com. TB, 2B.
SHIRLEY GRAY: Vice Pres. IA, 2Ag "Rio Rita"g Circus
Day Com.g Spanish Clubg Co-manager Soph Hopg Adv.
BOB GUNDERSEN: Exec. Com. 3B, 4Ag Box OHice Mgr.
S '46g Life Member Star and Keyp C.S.F.p Non Coms
Clubg Sr. Play Com.5 Sr. Jacket Com.g Chess Clubg Adv.
Pres.g Jr. Prom Com.g Aud. Staff.
LAWRENCE HABER: Aud. Staffg Sr. Jacket Com.
PEGGY HAILE: Transferred from Elmhurst Junior High.
PATRICIA HALBHEER: Spanish Clubg Red Cross Rep.p
Circus Day Com.
DIANA HARAMAKI: Transferred from Topaz High
Schoolg Red Cross Re-p.g Spanish Clubg Chem. Club.
DOROTHY HAYES: "Stage Door"g Sr. Play Com.g Jr.
Prom Com.g Jr, Exec. Com.g Soph Hopg "New Moon"g
G.A.A.g Adv. Pres.g Sr. Sweater Com.g French Club.
Christmas Pageantg Circus Day Com.
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Door", Football '44, Stage Crew "Rio Rita."
PAT HENOCH: C.S.F., Lite Member Star and Key,
G.A.A., Chem. Club, Sr. Play Ticket Com., Vice Pres.
Chess Club, Exec. Com. Star and Key.
BILL HOVEY: Ist Lt. R.O.T.C., Life Member Star and
Key, C.S.F., Class Pres. 4A, "Stage Door", Sr. Opp. Day
'46, Chm. Advertising Sr. Play, Sword and Shield Soc.,
Latin Club, Fin. Sec, '43, Pres. '44, Military Ball Com.
'46, Jr. Prom Bid Com., Non Com's Club, Soph Hop
Com., Circus Day '44, '46, French Club, Sr. Jacket Com.,
Red Cross Rep. IB, 3B, Adv. Officer, Exec. Com. BB, 4A,
Sr. Play, Gen. Com., Adv. Rep.
HAROLD HUTCHINSON: Men's Bd, of Control, S '45,
F '45, Men's Block "A", Var. Baseball, '44, '45, 46,
B Basketball, Ad Bd. '43, Jr. Red Cross '43, Soph Hop
Com., Adv. Pres. TA, IB, Election Bd. '45, "New Moon"
CONNIE JAEGER: Soph Hop Com., Sr. Play Com., Adv.
Officer, Adv. Rep., Red Cross Rep., Spanish Club, Chem.
Club, Exec. Com.
WALTER JENSEN: Pres. A.S.A.H.S., S '46, Yell Leader,
F '45, Var. Track '43, '44, '45, '46, Block "A", Bd. of
Control, Var. Golf '45, '46, "New Moon", Student
Talent, Circus Day Com., Student Faculty, Ad Bd.,
Christmas Pageant, "Stage Door."
JACK JOHNSTAD: Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Band, Orch.
ARTHUR KAHN: Rec. Sec. Men's Assoc., Student Talent,
Track, Rec. Sec. 38, Drum Major Football Band, Jr.
Prom Com., Sr. Jacket Com., Bd. of Control, Swing
PAT KEEGAN: Jr. Prom Com., Adv. Officer, Spanish
Club, Star and Key, Chem. Club, Chm. Girl's Sr. Sweater
LOIS KELTON: "Stage Door", Vice Pres. Girls Block
"A", Pres. of Adv., Star and Key, Jr. Prom Decoration
Com., Advertising Com. Sr. Play, G.A.A., Sr. Opp. Day
Com., Spanish Club.
SHIRLEY KING: Aud. Staff.
BARBARA KRAUSSE: Song Leader Girls Assoc., Class
Ofticer 4A, 2A, Bd. of Control, S '46, Sr. Play, Jr. Prom
Com., Adv. Oliicer, Fin. Sec. G.A.A., Red Cross Rep., Sr.
Opp. Day, Circus Day Com. '44.
LORRAINE KUENTZ: Star and Key, Spanish Club.
VIVIAN LA DIEU
ETSUKO MARUBAYASHI: Red Cross Rep., Sr. Sweater
Com., Sr. Play Com., G.A.A.
LEON McCARTY: R.O.T.C.
ANNE MCKENZIE: C.S.F.g French Club, Lalin Club, Jr.
Prom Com., Sr. Play.
FRANK MENDOSA: Adv, Rep., Spanish Club, French
Club, Chem. Club.
ART MILLER: Boy's Gleep "New Moon."
ROBERT MILLER: Track '46,
KATHRYN MOORE: "Stage Door", Fin. Sec. G.A., S '46,
Vice Splr. Ad. Bd. S '46, Co-manager Jr. Prom, Chrislmas
Pageanf '45, Bd. Conf. S, F '45, Life Member Slar and
Key, C.S.F., Acorn Simi? '46, Rec. Sec. SA, Opening
Dance Com. S '46, Fin. Sec. IA, "Rio Rita" S '43, Fin.
Sec. Latin Club, S '43, Circus Day Com. '44, Vice Pres,
QB, Soph Hop Com., Sr. Swealer Com., French Club,
Adv. Pres., S '43, Mask and Sandal.
WILLIAM MOUNTIORD1 Swing Band.
DOROTHY MUIR: Sr. Play Com., Sr, Swcalnr Com., S'
Opp. Day Com., Bd. C0nI., Jr. Prom Com., Fin. Sec 3A:
Adv. Pres. and Vice Pres., Freshmen Rec. Com, '46,
Chrislrnas Pageant '45, Spanish Club, Red Cross Rrrp
CHARLES MURPHY: R.O,T,C., Stage Crew "New Moon",
BEATRICE ODERMATT: French Club, G.A.A.
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'46, Bd. of Control, F '45, S '46, Fin. Sec. IB, C.S.F.,
Life Member Star and Key, Circus Day Com., Co-man-
ager Sr. Play, Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., Opening
Dance Com., Mask and Sandal Plays '46, Red Cross,
Spanish Club, Adv. Officer, "Stage Door", Exec. Com.
DON PERALTA: Var. Baseball '46, Block "A" Soc., "B"
Basketball '44, Men's Bd. of Control '46, J. V. Baseball
'45, J. V. Football '44.
JEANNETTE PESENTI: Adv. Ofticer, Fin. Sec. G.A.A.
WILBERT RAMOS: Var. Baseball '45, '46, J. V. Base-
ball '44, "B" Baseball '43, Block "A" Soc., Mens Bd.
of Control '45, Adv. Omcer, "B" Baslmetball, Red Cross.
WAYNE RASMUSSEN: "New Moon", Christmas Pageant
'44, Adv. Pres., Red Cross Rep., Spanish Club.
SALLY REID: Sr. Play Com., Jr. Prom Com., Adv. Rep.,
Adv. Oliicer, French Club, Latin Club.
CAROLYN REISS: "Stage Door", Song Leader G.A.A.,
Treas. Advisory, Advertising Com. Sr. Play, G.A.A., Jr.
Prom Decorating Com.
LAVERNE RENSTROM: Red Cross Rep.
MICHAEL RIVERA: R.O.T.C. Drill Team, Adv. Pres. '45,
'46, Adv. Treas., Adv. Rep., Red Cross Council, Aud.
Staff, Circus Day Com.
DORIS ROLLINS: "Stage Door", Christmas Pageant,
A Cappella Choir, Sr. Play Com., Girl's Glee Club.
ELLIOTT RYDER: "Stage Door", Chem. Club, Officer
Chem. Club, C.S.F., Star and Key.
BARBARA SCHMIDT: Fin. Sec. TB, Rec. Sec. 2B, Pres.
SA, Rec. Sec. 4A, "Stage Door", C.S.F., Life Member
Star and Key, Fin. Sec. and Editor French Club, Jr. Prom
Com., Soph Hop Com., Adv. Rep., Red Cross Rep.,
Circus Day Com.
JOAN SETLOW: "Stage Door", Adv. Pres., "Rio Rita",
Soph Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., Circus Day Com.: Span-
ish Club, Christmas Pageant, Sr. Play Com., Class Oflicer.
DORIS SHOOTMAN: "Stage Door"7 Jr. Prom Com.:
Soph. Hop Com.p Freshmen Reception: Adv. Ofticerg
LLOYDINE SMIDT: Bd. of Controlp "Stage Door"g Sr.
Play Com.: Jr. Prom Com.p Adv. Ofticerp Red Crossp
C.S.F.g Star and Keyg French Cluby Chem. Clubg Latin
MARILYN SPENCE: "Stage Door"g "Rio Rita"g Adv.
Ofticerg Christmas Pageant: Circus Day Com.: Spanish
Club: Music Cluby Soph. Hop Com.5 Sr. Play Cam.y Jr.
SARAH TAFF: "Stage Door"g Jr. Prom Com.: Soph Hop
Com.g Freshmen Receptionp Adv. Ofticerp French Clubg
JOYCE THRALL: Girls' Gleeg Choirp Red Crossp Adv. Rep.
PHILIP THORMAHLEN: Var. Football '44, '45, '46p Bd.
of Controlg Block "A" Soc.: Christmas Pageantf Adv.
Officerp Red Crossg Soph. Hop Com.: Jr. Prom Com.:
DEBORAH TIBBITTS: "Rio Rita"g "New Moon"g "Stage
Door"g Christmas Pageant '45g Soph. Hop Com.5 Adv.
Pres.5 Sr. Sweater Com.y French Clubp Latin Club.
SHIRLEY VAN MALE: Red Cross.
DONALD WATKINS: Jr. Var. Footballp Jr. Var. Traclcg
BARBARA WATTS: Sr. Playg Oak Leaf Staftg Star and
Keyg Red Crossg Adv. Ofticerg French Clubg Chem. Club.
LOIS WEBER: "Stage Do0r"g Soph. Hop Com.g Student
Talentg Christmas Pageant '44g "I Hear America Sing-
ing"g German Clubg Chem. Clubg Glee Clubg Choirg
DON WEDEMEYER: C.S.F.g French Clubg Chem. Club.
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Bd., F '45, S '46, Var. Swimming, '44, '45, '46, Tennis
'44, '46, Mgr. "Turnabout Hop", Block "A" Soc., Stu-
dent Fac. Com., "Stage Door", Bd. of Control, Jr.
Prom Com. Chm.
VERLE WEHR: Soph, Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com, "Stage
Door", G.A.A,, Circus Day Com. '44, GirI's Block "A",
Adv. Rep., Adv. OtTicer, Sr. Play Com., Spanish Club.
ROBERT WENTZ: Football '43, '44, Basketball '43, Sr.
Play, "New Moon", Christmas Pageant '44, '45, Track
'44, Adv. Oflicer, Circus Day Com., Jr. Pram Com.
MARILYN WILHELM: Soph. Hop Com., Sr. Play Com.,
Spanish Club, Latin Club, Adv. Officer, Chem. Club,
EDWIN WINBERG: Latin Club, Life Member C.S,F.,
Star and Key, "Stage Door", Spanish Club, German
PEGGY WONG: Red Cross Rep., F '43, Public School
Week '45, Spanish Club, Circus Day Com., Tri Iota.
GLEN WORTH: Adv. Officer, Spanish Club,
NELSON WRIGHT: Var. Basketball '44, '45, Var. Tennis
'44, Football '44, Bd. of Control '45, lst Lt. R.O.T.C.
HIGH SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
AGNES GOGARTY TOM SKELLY
ERMEL LEE JOHNSON LESTER SPARKS
DOLLY JORDAN PAT LEITcH
JOSEPH LOMBA ROYCE FORD
LOW SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
VIOLET BAILEY BILL MQEDONALD
JACK CROOK JIM MARSHALL
JIM KERR ELAINE MINOT
SHIOEE KINOSHITO HENRY WONG
a rope for gathering up sail
fix on a stake
"You Can't Take -- With You"
soldier lead in "Janie"
antonym of "yes"
what a club gives at lunchtime
what R.O. boys do
Pres. Class June '46
"Till the End of ---- "
use with a rowboat
Faculty adviser ol "Oak Leaf"
Greek goddess of dawn
a hlament ol flax spelled backwards
girl gym teacher
Faculty advisor of "Acorn"
Editor of "Acorn"
Chief Counselor of Boys' Bri ol Control
period ol time
boys hate to wear one
" Quiet on the Wusti-ri1 Front"
juniors gave ci
antonym ol "no"
President of A.S.A.H.S. Fall '45
Where boys go after graduation
part of foot
jumps or skips
word in physics, iner---
what we wanton our cards
feminine plural ending in Latin
kind of meat
o feathered friend
"neither, nor" in Spanish
master of ceremonies
antonym of "yes"
English teacher's first name
senior play, Class Feb, '47
what we don't want on cards
Principal of A,H.S. Lbackwardst
note in musical scale
best looking girl, Class June '46
abrev. of "small"
period of time
"Terry Randall" senior play
what kind of heat we have at school
pulzling, isn't it?
a coat, as of paint
Di-an of boys
a hot fiddler
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What's Your Favorite:
B. Despised Subject
C. Soft Drink
2. Orange Pop
2. Sun Bathing
'l. I Can't Begin to Tell
2. Cement Mixer
Do You Approve of:
A. Necking - Depends
B. Blind Dates - Maybe
C. Homework - No
D. Going Steady - Yes
Which Do You Prefer:
A. 'l. Brunettes
B. l. Army
C. l. Sport Dances
2. Formal Dances
D. l. Levis
E. l. Loafers
F. 'l. Long Hair
2. Short Hair
A. Biggest B.T.O. in A.H.S
B. Wittiest Person in A.H.S
C. Favorite Actor
l. Cornel Wilde
2. Van Johnson
D. Favorite Actress
l. Jane Russell
2. Lana Turner
E. Favorite Comedian
l. Danny Kaye
2. Bob Hope
F. Favorite Comedienne
l. Cass Daley
2. Joan Davis
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Besf Looking Boy . . .
Mosf Likely To Succeed . . .
Mosf Oufsfcmding A
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Besf Acfor . . .
Mos! All-Round Girl
Most All-Round Boy
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THIQISE WHU WE HU UH
CLASS UF FEBH AHY 1947
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JIM LENNOX AUDREY BESSEMER BILL DAVIS
JIM STROUBE ......
PEGGY ETHERTON ......
VIRGINIA GERKE ..,.....
DEAN SMITH ...... ....
KENNETH STOBIE ...,...
NANCY ETHERTON .....
JACK CATON ,....
....Presidenl . . ..
. . Vice President ....,.. .
Recording Secretary ......
Financial Secretary ......
. . , Yell Leader ....... ..
Administrative Board, . . ..
. . , . .JACK CATON
We of the class of June, 1947, can now look back on three very successful
years in Alameda High. While Low Juniors, we presented our third annual
Election Dansant which was a great success. Our Cinderella Prom on April 5
was something new and different. It was semi-formal, and the high light ot the
evening was the crowning of Prince Charming and Cinderella. A pair ot
nylons was given away as a door prize. The Prom was very ably managed
by Bill Thompson and Peggy Etherton.
Some of the outstanding athletes in our class are George Lagorio, Bill
Thompson, Clarence Doyle, Jim Ortner, George Hinz, and Leo Halverson.
Many members of the class are active in clubs, the "Oak Leaf," and other
school activities. Much credit for our success should be given to the faculty, and
especially to our class advisers. lf it were not for them, we would not have been
able to accomplish many of the things we did.
We are looking forward to our next and last year in high school with great
expectations and high hopes.
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MARILYN MARTIN BARBARA FISHER AL BEDFORD
Fall, 1945 OFFICERS Spring, 1946
LES SACHS .,....
MORTON WISLER .,.... .
DON SPRENKEL ....
... President . ..
. . Vice President , . .. ..
Financial Secretary . . . ..
. . . Yell Leader . . .
Administrative Board .,..
Adminisfralive Board . . .
. .MARILYN MARTIN
. . . .AL BEDFORD
Now that we have reached the half-way mark ot our high school career, we
are able to look back on our past Iwo years with satisfaction.
In our first year at Alameda High School we held a dansant and a movie
which were both a social and financial success.
As we came upon our High Sophomore term, we proudly presented "The
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Atomic Hop" which was ably managed by Art Alwen and Donna Pawlasek.
Many in our class are active in school sports, both boys and girls are out-
standing in athletic achievement.
March 20, at the beginning of the Spring term, we held a successful class
meeting at which President Marilyn Johnson presided.
We wish to take this time to thank our 3A advisers who, through their
guidance, have aided us in achieving success in all our activities.
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The Acorn Staff is greatly indebted to a number of people who have willingly
given their time and effort that this book might be published. On this page we
hope to express our gratitude to the following:
To Mr. Bryan, who was never too busy to help.
To Mr. Bell for his assistance with the large groups of lower classmen.
To Mr. Kirwin and Mr. Smith of the Oakland National Engraving Company for
their much-needed help with the photographic layouts and their fine job of
To Mr. Hooper and the Hooper Printing Company for the excellent job of
To Mr. Edwards of Bay View Studios for the fine senior portraits and other
To Mr. Piatt of Piatt Studios, who left his busy store to help us, often on
To Mr. Bushman and the Bushman-Risen Company for producing an excellent
cover despite the restrictions on materials.
To Mrs. LeHew for her excellent advice which made things much easier for us.
To Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Winsby, Miss Powers, and Virginia Bartalini for assistance
with bulletin notices, telephone calls, and verification of names and records.
To Miss Edna Reichmuth for the assistance she gave to our art editors.
To Gayle Wilner and Norma Clausen for typing a part of our copy, and to
Bill Scheuermann, Lois Crowley, and Lynn Levo for the many small tasks which
they performed for us.
To the many students who aided us by turning in snapshots.
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CONNIE DUNFORD JANET BRUZZONE LYNN VAUX
HIGH SUPHIJMIJHES . ..
GARY SCHWEITZER ....
. . . Presidenf . . . .
JEAN A. WOOD .......... Vice Presiclenf ,.
LYNN VAUX ,....,
PAT WHISNAND. .
. ..... CONNIE DUNFORD
.....Recording Secrefary.. . . . . .HELEN MAHONEY
..... Financial Secrelory
. .... . . .Yell leader . . . . . . . .CLARENCE VERNON
.. PAT WHISNAND
We, the class of June, '48, ore now on the Threshold of becoming upper class-
men. We have been looking forward to this for two yeors ond hope To be The
best groduofing class ever.
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We gave our first movie when we were 'lBs and our second when we were
2As last fall. This semester as High Sophs we gave the great "Tin Can Tumble,"
under the able management of Gary Schweitzer with Connie Dunford as
co-manager. Another high point of our 2B semester was our participation on
our first Circus Day at Alameda High School.
In sports we have been outstanding. On the varsity teams alone we have
fifteen men. ln baseball there are Wally Curlet, Bob Brown, Ray Smith, Glen
Reid, and Len Ratto, in football, Dayton Foote, Al Diaz, Len Ratto, and George
Marceline, in track, Delfano Crespin, Bob Stanley, and Lester Hall, and in
basketball, Al Bellomine, Rich Gaxiola, and Howard Davis.
In the future the Class of June, '48, hopes to be able to live up to the high
standards we have had as lower classmen. We are grateful for the cooper-
ation of all our class advisers.
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Fall, 1945 OFFICERS
BOB SCHMIDT ....
FRED SHIPLEY 4...
RICH JANUSCH .....,., .
DAVE VICKERS ....
GLENN WELLER. .,.,.., .
BARBARA MANBERT ..,.
MELVIN McCULLOCH, ..
. , Vice President ....., .
Recording Secretary .....
Financial Secretary .....
Administrative Board ....
. . . . .DAVE vucKERs
Having completed our first year in Alameda High, the class of February, 1949
is rapidly becoming adjusted to this school and is now taking part in many of
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In our TB term, proving that we were capable of selecting officers with high
standards, we elected the following: Bob Schmidt as President and Fred
Shipley as Vice President.
ln the latter part of our High Freshman term, we gave a noon movie under
the fine management of Dick Wuesthoff. This activity proved to be a great
success. Also, showing that we have the school spirit, the lBs were 'IOO per
cent for Student Body dues.
Now that we are the mighty Sophomores, some of our boys are going out
for sports. The future football stars are Ray Woods and Melvin McCulloch.
Those who are going out for other sports are Dick Wuestholf for baseball and
Richard Janusch for tennis.
ln the near future, we are planning to give another of those wonderful noon
movies and we expect a large turnout. With this and many other activities we
hope to be one of the best classes ever to graduate from Alameda High.
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HIGH FHESHM N.
ANDY HEXEM .,..
PATTY SIMPSON ..
JERRY MERRITT ....
RONNIE MocKENZlE ....
BOB FINNEGAN. ..
JEAN BOWMAN .....,.
BILL DE BELL .,,...
....Presidenf . . ..
.....Vice Presideni. ..
. Recording Secrefory
.Financial Secrefary ....
.Arlminislralive Board .....
Adminisfrnfive Board ..,..
. . . . . .VAL WINKEL
. . .JEAN BOWMAN
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The doors of Alameda High opened, and the class ot June, 1949, walked
somewhat bewildered into this strange new atmosphere.
Our term as lAs passed very rapidly, and soon we had taken the step of
High Freshman. This term, under the leadership of David Williams, was very
successful. Our meetings were becoming more snappy, our movie was a great
success and contributed quite an amount of money to the treasury.
Now we hold a place in this large and wonderful student body, and we are
very proud of this place.
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Presidenf ......... BOB FISHER
Vice Presidenf . . . NANCY GRIFFIN
Recording Secrefary . . . . PAT DOYLE
Financial Secrefary . . . DIANE WILLIAMS
Adminisfrafive Board . . . RICHARD NIX
AdminisfraIiveBoard . . .KARENBIRKHOLM
The AIameda High School was esIabIished in the year I874. Since then There
have been many graduating cIasses. Each class, when they entered high school
as freshmen, have repeated the same old phrase, "We are going To be The
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best class ever to graduate from Alameda High," and each class has been the
best, Yes, as each term comes to an end, the class that is graduating has been
the best, because each year the classes improve. Now that we are freshmen it
is our turn to repeat this phrase, and we repeat it with all our heart, we really
and truly do want to be the best. We have a high goal to surpass, but we will
stick to this goal, and we know that some day we will succeed.
Already some of the members of our class are showing school spirit. Some
are in Student Talent, and others are going out for athletics.
We, the freshmen of Alameda High, are waiting for the day when the
school will again say, "They're the best class that have graduated from this
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Faculty Adviser 4.... MISS MARGUERITE BROSNAN Art Editor. ., ......,,. LEE MARTIN
Editor ............,.,.......,.., BILL MUELLER Arl Editor. .. ...HILDEGARDE MENKE
Assistant Editors. ED REYNOLDS, HARRISON WHITE Snaps Editor.. ....,....., JUNE ROSS
Photo Librarian ..... .,,,.,.,I. A RT KEMALYAN R.o.1.c. ........ ..........,. T oM COLLINS
Assistant Photo Librarians. .MARIEANN GILLIGAN, Stenogropher, .. ..,. BARBARA HERRMANN
BARBARA ASH, KATHRYN MOORE Features Editor ..... ...... C AROLINE LANE
Organizations Editor ,..,.,,..,. DONNA MEUTER Buginegg Manager ,,A,,, ,,,,,,.,, B ILL HECK
CICISS Editor -......4-.., MARGUERITE RUISINGER Assistant Business Managers ,.... PAUL BUECHNER,
Sports Editor.. ,,..,..........,. CARL MONSER VIRGINIA BULLWINKLE, BARBARA BOYSEN,
Assistant Sports Editor. .. .... DON WEEDEN AI- VII-I-AIRE, BOYD QUINN, ELLIOTT RYDER
Girls' Sports Editor. .. .,.. LOIS FRANCIS
As the debris is slowly sifted out of the Acorn office and taken to be photo-
engraved or printed, we can see the end of our task. For the past few months
we have overcome obstacle after obstacle with but one thought in mind: to
produce the best Acorn possible under existing circumstances.
Although Miss Brosnan, our faculty adviser, was as new at the game as we
were when we began, she has done an excellent job of directing our activities
and she has solved our problems time and again. I should like to extend my
appreciation to the staff for the prompt, efficient manner in which they have
performed their duties.
Although we have worked hard, we feel that it will have been well worth
the effort if you, the readers, enjoy this book.
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MARGUERITE RUISINGER CARL MONSER DON WEEDEN BARBARA ASH
LOIS FRANCIS LEE MARTIN HILDEGARDE MENKE JUNE ROSS
CAROLYN LANE BARBARA HERRMANN PAUL BUECHNER VIRGINIA BULLWINKLE
AL VILLAIRE BOYD QUINN ELLIOTT RYDER
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Editor ............,....... RICHARD MORRIS
Assistant Editors ..... ..... P ATTY MILLER,
Page One Editor .,.. ...BARBARA NORRIS
Page Two Editor ..., .... M ARION GHISELLI
Feature Page Editor ...... CAROLE CARPENTER
Sports Editors ........ RUDY MULTZ, PAUL BELL
Assistant Sports Editors ..... MARILYN KNIGHT,
Editor .................... RICHARD MORRIS
Assistant Editor. , ,
Page Two Editor .... .... C AROLE CARPENTER
Feature Page Editor.. . . . .MARTHA PALMEF
Sports Editor ,.... . ,
Business Manager ,...... BILL SCHEUERMANN
Managerial Assistants ........ CHUCK KEEVER.
Circulation Manager ............. JUNE ROSS
Assistant Circulation Manager. BARBARA WATTS
Faculty Adviser .,,..... MISS MARY N. JONES
Business Managers ...... BILL SCHEUERMANN,
Managerial Assistants .,,... MYRTLE GRAHAM,
Exchange Editors. . .,
Exchange Editor .... ........ P AULINE HAHN
Faculty Adviser ..... ,. .MISS MARY N. JONES
REPORTERS: Geraldine Aday, Barbara Ash, AI Bedford, Nance Blackburn, Betty Bowyer, Bobbie Noio,
Joy Wayne, Doris Roberts, Paul Bryant, Barbara Burke, Barbara Crumbaker, Pat Doyle, Nancy Etherton,
Joan Rafto, Hildegarde Menke, Myrna Urick, Peggy Etherton, Marion Ghiselli, Don Gibson, Barbara Herrmann,
Helen Kyriacos, Ed Reynolds, Dorothy McCartney, Norrine Woodbury, Marieann Gilligan, Verna Lowe,
Beverly Koster, Eloise Kendall, Elaine Menot, Barbara Watts, June Radobaugh.
The typewriter's click-click, the crumpling of wrong copies, and the iabbering of editors and
managers: all these add up to the before-hand preparations for one issue of the OAK LEAF.
The Student Body supplies a certain amount to the staff, and this, combined with the
money gained from advertisements which the generous merchants of Alameda insert in the
various issues, publishes the paper approximately every three weeks.
The OAK LEAF is composed of two departments, the editorial staff and the managerial
staff. Thirty-one students who are interested in procuring news and views of modern school
life volunteer their efforts and inspirations to the publishing of the paper.
The two staffs are kept in harmony by the untiring efforts of our faculty adviser, Miss
Mary N. Jones.
CAROLE CARPENTER MARION GHISELLI MISS JONES RUDY MULTZ BARBARA NORRIS
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Surpassing its achievements in previous years, the Drama Department, under
the brilliant direction of Mr. Lloyd Sisler, had a season of sparkling triumphs.
In the Fall term, the Class of June '46 presented "Janie," with an all-star cast
headed by Aletha Kilian, Tom Rosqui, and Mal Morey. During the Spring term,
the Class of Feb. '47 presented "Stage Door," starring Katherine Moore, Bob
Wentz, Bob Dunn, and one of the largest supporting casts in senior play
history. The Drama Department also collaborated with the Music Department
to produce the beautiful Christmas Pageant.
At the end ot the Spring term, the "Mask and Sandal" drama students
presented an evening ot one act plays. These included "The Lost Elevator,"
"Some Women Were Talking," "The Pirate's Revenge," and "Write Me a
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The Choir and Glee Club members combined to present the music for the
Christmas Pageant, "The Prince ot Peace," by Lloyd Sisler. Soloists were Janet
Schreiber, Barbara Yocum, Dolores Hayes, Betty Jo Hull, Bill Schacht, and
A selected group ot choir members sang for Baccalaureate Service for the
February '46 graduates. Several members ot the choir will sing tor the gradu-
ating exercises in June.
Under the capable direction of Mr. John Kafka the orchestra played tor
"Janie," "Stage Door," and our Commencement. Spurring us on at football
games and rallies was our school band. And rapidly gaining a place ot impor
tance is our newest musical organization, the Swing Band.
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This year the coaching staft at Alameda High School welcomed the addition of Charles
Socolofsky from Kansas, and Bob Carlton, a former coach who has just returned from the
Navy. The staff lost only one coach, R. W. Wiedman, and Chris Freeman is expected back
These men now compose the physical education department: Lewis Jolly, who is head of
the staff and coaches track, "Soc" Socolofsky, who coaches football and "B" track, Chet
Millett, who has the baseball and junior varsity football teams, "Hank" Jones, who coaches
both basketball teams, Frank Young, coach of "B" baseball and "B" football, Bob Carlton,
who coaches tennis and swimming, and Don Bell, who coaches golf.
We thank the coaches for their patience and hard work in organizing our teams, for we
appreciate their understanding and cooperation.
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Alameda l9 .,. Bellarmine 6 Alameda 33 .., ,.. EI Cerrito 21
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Alameda's 1945 football team proved to be one of the strongest it has ever had. Until the
last game the team had suffered no defeats and had tied once in league play. The only
defeat, by Berkeley, left the squad in a tie for second place with Piedmont.
On the honorary all-county team Alameda shared the honors with Berkeley, each team
having four men chosen. Alameda's representatives on this team were the following:
Wayne Raymond, tackle, Jim Psaltis, back, Phil Thormahlen, end, and George Lagorio,
back. Len Ratto was chosen as second team all-county center. These men deserved this
honor as they played exceptionally hard-hitting ball all season.
The men not returning next season are Wayne Raymond, Jim Psaltis, Cliff Asvitt, Bob
Albers, Harold Braze, Johnny Brown, Glenn Camper, Larry Caviglia, Carlos Ingram, Don
Leslie, Frank Ratto, Ed Reith, Dick Tingley, and Don Stewart. Coach Socolofsky will have
the following players to work with again next year: Al Diaz, Divo Diandi, Dayton Foote,
Keith Harold, George Lagorio, Len Ratto, Phil Thormahlen, Gerald Warburton, and Clyde
The Junior Varsity turned in a successful year under Chet Millet and proved themselves
excellent material for next year by winning four games, tying one, and losing one.
The "Bs" under Coach Frank Young learned fundamentals and will have some good
players for next season.
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Sl. Joseph 27
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EI Cerrilo 18
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El Cerrilo 23
Cal Cubs 33
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"Hank" Jones, working with a small turnout, produced an excellent, fast-breaking team,
which, after getting off to a bad start, proceeded to tie Berkeley for the all-county cham-
pionship. Midseason, when faced with the loss of "Big" Bill Wirt and Chuck King, the
prospect wasn't too bright, but when these players were replaced by Jim Marshall and
Jack Spangler, the team functioned as smoothly during the remaining season.
On the all-county team Alameda was represented by Ed Childe and Bill Thompson, two
players who were able and very consistent at guard positions. Jack Spangler, playing only
half the season, was second team all-county forward.
The men not returning are Bill Wirt, Chuck King, Ed Childe, Ed Marshall, Jim Psaltis, and
Drexel Wesleder. Coach Jones will have the following players back next year: Clarence
Doyle, Bill Thompson, Jack Spangler, Howard Davis, Richard Gaxiola, and Al Belloumini.
The "B" team, also under "Hank," played a hard season. Members of the team are
Sonny Vargas, Jim Segru, Jim Ortner, Bob Smith, Tom Ginley, Warren Kennedy, Jack
Foster, George Pells, Harry Wetherall, and Jerry Watkins.
Although Alameda High's Varsity Baseball Team got oft to a poor start in the ACAL, they
are by no means out ofthe running for the league pennant. Losing the tirst two games to
Richmond and Hayward, they came back to beat Albany, finally proving to be a hrst rate
ball club. In the practice games Alameda showed its superiority over the O.A.L. teams
by scoring a victory over all the teams in the O.A.L. with the exception of Tech High.
As halt the hrst string is composed of juniors and sophomores, Coach Millett expects to
have an experienced and well-balanced team next year,
The players and their respective positions:
PITCHERS Bill McDonald, Jaclc Stone, Balm Brown,
THIRD BASE AI Smith
OUTFIELDERS Ed Childe, Wally Curlett, Don Per
alta, Jim Ortnor, Drexel Wvslvdvr, Will Ramos
CATCHERS Gr-orqv Iaqorio, I.:-nny Rntto
FIRST BASE Ray Smith
SECOND BASE Harolrl Hutchinson
SHORTSTOP Wally Saula
UTILITY Jim IK0lr,CI10rIiv Smith
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. Concordia 3
San Leandro 5
. Casflemonf 7
. Casflemonl 6
. . Oakland 3
. . . Fremont 2
. . Technical 9
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. . Richmond 6
. . . Albany 4
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Again Coach Jolley has produced a first-rate track team. Winning its first four meets
against Piedmont, Hayward, El Cerrito, and Berkeley, Alameda has proved to be a team
that is going to place first in the A.C.A.L. and N.C.S. finals.
Although Alameda has plenty of depth it isn't sacrificing quality, as shown in Walt
Jensen, one of the top three high school polervaulters in the country, Jim Psaltis, steady
winner in the discus and shotput, and Captain Carl Monser, consistent winner of the 'IOO
and 220 yd. dashes and the broadiump. The rest of the team is composed of sophomores
and iuniors who will be returning next year.
Sprints: Monser, Jordan, Cappa, and Watkins: 440: Brown: 880: Hall and Sibley: mile:
Blaksley, Gaxiola, Carrotti, Fagnani: high hurdles: Jensen: low hurdles: Branchaud and
Warburton: shotput: Psaltis cmd Allworthp discus: Psaltis, Osorio, and Dronkers: broad
iump: Monser, Jordan, and Cappa: high iump and polevault: Jensen.
The consistency which Alameda has in having a good track team is due to the training
and coaching of Lewis Jolley. As track coach of Alameda High for the past 24 years,
Coach Jolley has time after time produced some ofthe best tracksters in the state.
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Although Alameda still lacks it's own pool, there is a large turnout including N.C S back
stroke champion Don Weeden, Bill Simpson and George Hunt, 220 yd. freestyle men Leo
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SCHEDULE OF MEETS
April 30 . . ......... . St. Ignatius
MGY 2 . . Berkeley
May 10 . . A. C. A. L.
May 17 . .... N. C. S,
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Under the coaching of Bob Carlton the team is pulling out of its wartime slump. With only
three other ACAL teams participating the season is comparatively short and the team does
not have an opportunity to develop fully. Playing singles are the following: Whitney Reed,
Don Emmal, Don Ansel, Don Weeden, and Ivo Micheli. The two doubles teams are com-
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good sportswomen, would be able to have a period a day in which they could participate in
many unusual and sometimes difficult sports, not offered in regular gym.
The G.A.A. is headed by six officers who plan the sports to be oftered and provide inter-
esting and entertaining meetings for its members.
This year we were able to re-obtain some of our prewar sports: horseback riding and
golf. We hope to be able to offer the others soon.
The lucky girls who amass enough points, which are awarded in varying amounts forthe
different games, are eligible for, first, the Circle "A," next, the Winged "A," and lastly, the
coveted Block "A,"
Our teachers include this term, Mrs. Roberts, Miss Stockwell, Mrs, McKenna, Miss DiVec-
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California Scholarship ailaratinn
Fall, 1945 OFFICERS sprang, 1946
ARTHUR KEMALYAN .... ,... P resident ,... .,... C HARLES KEEVER
LOIS CROWLEY ..,. . .. Vice President ,.,. ..... A LICE ROEMER
PATTY MILLER ..... ,... S ecretary .... ....,. B RADLEY WYATT
CHARLES KEEVER ........... Treasurer ....,.... CAROLE CARPENTER
MR. REGINALD F, SAUNDERS, Chairman
MISS MARY CONNELLY MR. DARRELL COUGHLAN
Chapter 240 of the California Scholarship Federation has had one ot its most outstanding
years, with three of its members winning honors in national contests, and twenty-two Life
Members, the largest number in our history, in the graduating class.
Under Presidents Art Kemalyan and Chuck Keever and their officers, the CSF members
attended the "Barber ot Seville," produced by the San Carlo Opera Company, inspected
NBC studios in San Francisco, and attended the Oakland Symphony.
Our faculty advisers deserve much credit for their enthusiastic support ot all our CSF
To be a member of the CSF, the highest scholastic society in the school, one must have
a term average of at Ieast three "As" and o "B." Life membership requires tour terms ot
membership, one of which is in the senior year. Lite membership entitles the student to a
gold pin award, and gold seals on his diploma, office records and college transcripts.
We are losing a large group at members by graduation, and invite all eligible students
to ioin us, and help keep Chapter 240 one ofthe largest in the state,
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Members nf Chapter
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II!-LLIFUH I!-1 SEHULARSHIP
26.5 Ruisinger, Marguerite
fStar indicates Life Memberl
33. Van Geem, Norma
Andrew, Edith Joyce
. Johnston, Norah
Turner, Ann Marie
Wood, Jean Adelaide
1 B CLASS
Meyering, Barbara Lee
Miner, Zella Lou
Reed, Nadine Joyce
STAB A ll HEY
Fall, I9-'15 OFFICERS Spring, I946
MARION GHISELLI ..., .... P resident .,.,..... NORAH JOHNSTON
PAULINE HAHN .... .. .. Vice President ......... BRADLEY WYATT
PATTY MILLER. ..,.. .... S ecretary .... .... B ARBARA GHISELLI
ELLIOTT RYDER ........ .... T reasurer ., . ..., CAROLE CARPENTER
ELIZABETH ROEMER ....,. .... E difor ....... CHUCK KEEVER
The Star 8. Key Honor Society, one of the oldest organizations in Alameda
High School, has, during the past year, remained true to its tradition of active
participation in school aftairs. In addition to the regular meetings of the
Society, the members visited Chabot Observatory.
Presidents Marion Ghiselli and Norah Johnston have presided over many
entertaining meetings and have accomplished a great deol in school affairs.
Any student who is on the term honor roll is eligible for membership in the
Star and Key. Membership for three consecutive or four non-consecutive terms
entitles a student to life membership in the organization and a red seal on his
diploma. Lite members are also entitled to wear the Star and Key pin.
The Society wishes to take this opportunity to thank Miss DeCoImesniI tor her
cooperation ond help during the past year.
Abrams, Lea Lou
Members nf the Star and Huy Hnnnr Snuiely
Hockin, Margaret "Meadowcraft, Mae
Hollywood, Kathyrine Mendosa, Barbara
Horvoth, James i'Menke, Hildegarde
'iHovey, Bill Mertens, Shirley
lnderbitzen, Lawrence Meyering, Barbara
Miner, Zella Lou
' Sergeant, Audrey
Vander Schuur, Bob
Wickman, Mary Lou
LE IIEHIILE FH!-I EMS
RICHARD LANDER ...,. .
. . . . President. . . .
. . Vice President..
Recording Secretary ...,..
MARIEANN GILLIGAN ........ Editor .....
. . .ART KEMALYAN
For the past two terms, Le Cercle Francais has had very enjoyable and interesting meetings.
They occur once a month and dues are twenty-five cents per term. Refreshments, entertain-
ment, as well as games lusually in Frenchj are enjoyed by all. Talented students of the
club provide the entertainment.
Plans tor the Spring term are under way which include: A noon movie for the general
public, a film on France, to be shown at a regular meeting, participation in the events ot
Circus Day, and a printing of a club newspaper. This paper consists of minutes from the
previous meeting, a note from the President, a few jokes and other interesting reading
matter. The majority of all this is written in French, while a little is in English for the benetit
of the beginning classes. This latter eftort is the result of Mme. Darison's inspiration and
untiring effort, members of her advanced classes writing up the reports.
Everyone who takes French is urged to join Le Cercle Francais for plenty of enjoyment,
besides improving one's education without much ettort.
The club salutes Mme. Lee and Mme. Darison for their constant help in supervising
French Club Members Spring 1945
BETTY LOU GERARD
MARY LOU WICKMAN
GWEN VAN ALLEN
MARY LOU HOHENCHILD
ED DE SILVA
EDWARD LEAL .....
STAN MUELLER 4..,
CAROLE CARPENTER .,.. Financial Secretary .,..,
PAULINE HAHN .........,.. Song Leader ...... .... S TAN MUELLER
The Latin Club ot Alameda High School has prospered for many years under
the direction of the club advisor, Mrs. Ambrosoli.
Our ranks of membership are increasing every term with each new group
of freshmen, but we urge all Latin students, freshmen or not, to get in on the
games and refreshments which we have at every meeting. The aims at our
club are not only to promote good feeling among the members, and keep up
school spirit, but to provide a more understanding knowledge of the classics
and a cultural background tor each member.
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PAUL BUECHNER ....
.IANICE CLARK ,....
RAY VALLERGA .....
MISS ISABEL VENARD ...,..
. . President . ,
. , Treasurer . .
..Secretary . .
.. . .BILL WILLIAMS
,. ......... PATTY MILLER
MISS ISABEL VENARD
The Spanish Club has iust completed another successful year in its history.
The tall term started out auspiciously with the election of energetic officers who arranged
good meetings which were conducted with dignity and for the interest ot all.
An innovation forthe club was the presentation of a Spanish talking tilm. The Christmas
party was a pleasing one with the singing of Spanish carols and with talks about the
holiday customs in Spanish-speaking countries. At the conclusion ot the meeting the tradi-
tional breaking ofthe pinata afforded merriment to the participants and to the onlookers.
The spring term has been equally enjoyable, with a recent meeting having as its enter-
tainment a long awaited sound film in technicolor, showing personalities of importance in
Mexico, and festivals held in that interesting country. Another ot the meetings featured
student talent, with vocal and instrumental Spanish music.
The club has now concluded this year's activities by taking its customary part in the
celebration of Circus Day.
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Fall, I945 OFFICERS Spring, I946
CHUCK KEEVER ......,. ,.... P resident .,.,. ....,. B RADLEY WYATT
MARGUERITE RUISINGER. . . Vice President .,.,... CAROLE CARPENTER
CALVIN CARRINGTON ,. ...Secretory . .. ..... CHUCK KEEVER
ELLIOTT RYDER ....,...
CAROLE CARPENTER ,.... .... E ditor .....,..... MARION GHISELLI
....MR. W. DARRELL COUGHLAN
. . . Treasurer . . ..... ALICE ROEMER
The Chemistry Club has had a very enioyable and eventful year. Under the
fine supervision ot its officers, the club has been very active. All students who
have taken chemistry or who are now taking it are eligible tor membership
in the organization. The dues are twenty-five cents a semester.
One ot the highlights ot last term was a discussion of nuclear energy given
by Alice and Elizabeth Roemer, Marshall Loring, and Chuck Keever. Scientific
movies, demonstrations of interesting chemistry experiments, and excursions
to chemical plants in the bay region were thoroughly enjoyed.
The club wishes to express its gratitude to Mr. W. Darrell Coughlan who
has given such helpful cooperation and so much valuable time to the club's
EHEI IGTE DE TSIIHE ST IIE TE
BILL SCHEUERMANN ....
BILL HECK .....,...
FRANCIS MCCLOY. ..
... . President , . . .
. . Vice President ..
Recording Secretary ..,.
.. .,...., ED REYNO'DS
The German Club, one of Alameda High's oldest language clubs, was revived this past year
when the teaching of German was resumed.
The Hrst few weeks were devoted to getting the club organized, but since then we have
enjoyed such activities as attending German movies in San Francisco, hearing German
music, and having refreshments served at our meetings. Because there was only one
German class, the membership was small at first, but each semester will see more students
of German joining the club and making it Alameda High's finest.
President ..,., ...,.,. .. B ARBARA HERRMANN
vice Pfesideni I. . I , MARY GOIDMAN It ,fx vt
Recording seffeiafy , , I VIRGINIA GERKE A ,"k,'5, "
Financial sem-vary HKATHRYN Moons Q ' I
Song Leader. .. ,
. . . . .ALICE BREHL
Vice President ........ .,..,.. L OIS FRANCIS
Recording Secretary ..,.. .... A UDREY SERGEANT
Financial Secretary ..,.. ....., A RLENE RALSTON
Song Leader ....... .... D ONNA MEUTER
The Girls' Association is one of the largest organizations in Alameda High and
consists of all the girls in the school. Dues are not compulsory, but we have had
TOO per cent memberships in the past and the administration has set this as
the goal again this year.
The most outstanding activity of each term is the Freshman Reception. The
reception during the Fall term had "Autumn" as its theme and was under the
direction of Alice Brehl and Virginia Bullwinkel. The Spring term had a Carni-
val theme under the direction of Barbara Herrmann. The decorations and
entertainment were all centered around this idea and the side show which
consisted of freaks, a snake charmer, and singers was a huge success.
We have had many interesting meetings both terms with amateur hours,
fashion shows, and movies. Last term we sponsored the football rally for the
Student Body, and this term we presented Mr. Caro Miller and his vibra-harp.
Under the capable leadership ot Presidents Alice Brehl and Barbara Herr-
mann, the Girls' Association has lived up to the high standards set by the
OFFICERS-A SPRING, I946
. ,BARBARA KRAUSSF
Recording Secretary .... .... B ILL SIMPSON
During the current administrations, the Men's Association has been going through a process
of general reorganization which has been very successful. As a result, the meetings have
greatly improved. The Association has also been getting better support from its members-
both in the support of its activities and in the payment of dues.
With the dues, which are not compulsory, the Men's Association has been able to bring
better entertainment to the meetings than ever before.
The officers of the Men's Association wish to thank Mr. Lloyd Hopkins for his untailing
guidance and we hope the future administrations will have as appreciative a group of
boys to serve as we have had.
President .......,... . .......
Vice President .......
Recording Secretary .... .
Financial Secretary. . .. ..
Yell Leader .......
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Fall, T945 CFFICERS Spring, T946
VIRGINIA BARTALINI ..,,..., President ..... .... L OIS SLEIGHT
President..,.. ,,.,.l.OlS KELTON
PHYLLIS DONALDSON. . .Secretary Treasurer .... NANCY CROOK
JACKIE FLETCHER HELENA OW LOIS SLEIGHT
ELIZABETH ROEMER NANCY CROOK LOIS FRANCIS
PAT CORREA LOIS KELTON DOROTHY HALL
The gold and white pom poms used at the football games during Fall, l945, were made
by the Girls' Block A Society, membership in which is the highest goal for girls in the G.A.A.
Membership is attained only after at least two years hard work. Girls must participate in
almost every sport offered in order to win the coveted "Block."
The purpose of the Society is to develop leadership and build a greater interest in
athletics for girls. The Society also has a Scholarship Fund to help girls who want to go to
college and make athletics their career.
Six new members were formally initiated last tall at a theater and dinner party held in
San Francisco. This spring we are planning a week-end at Russian River.
This term is a very busy one, with the Queen's Contest and a concession for Circus Day
to be the responsibility of the "Block A."
BUYS' BLIJIIK "A" SUE ETY
President ..... ................,......... .,... J l M PSALTIS
Vice President ..., .... A L SMITH
Secretary-Treasurer .....,... BOB LAGLE
Sergeant-at-Arms .,.. .... G EORGE LAGORIO
The Boys' Block "A" is an organization of boys who have won their blocks in various sports.
It is a great honor to belong to this society. The activities of the Block "A" include the
annual initiation and the picnic held at Sequoia National Park. Mr. Socolofsky is taking
Mr. Jolley's place as faculty adviser. "Soc" is doing a swell iob.
JU IIJH RED LIHIJSS IIIIU EIL
Fall, 1945 OFFICERS Spring, T946
BILL HASTINGS ............. President ............ MARTHA PALMER
MARTHA PALMER .......... Vice President.STANFORD LEE STEVENSON
STANFORD LEE STEVENSON. .Sec.-Treas. ,....... NORMA STROMBERG
BILL BREWER ....... County Council Representative ...,... BILL BREWER
GAYLE WILLNER .,.. County Council Representative .... GAYLE WILLNER
During the war years the Junior Red Cross Council worked mainly to give uid and comfort
to service men. The generous response to the roll call last toll made it possible for us to
do much worth-while work this year.
Christmas cards to be sent overseas were made by Mrs. Layton's and Miss Reichmuth's
art classes. With the aid of donations, I50 Christmas stockings were filled by the council
and were given to hospitalized veterans at the Naval Air Station.
This first postwar year, we are renewing the practice of sending a delegate to the
National Junior Red Cross convention in Philadelphia in June.
We wish to thank the students of Alamedo High School and our faculty advisers,
Mrs. Van Orden, Dr. Peoples, and Mrs. Holmes for their assistance.
CHESS EL B
President . . . ART KEMALYAN Secretary . . DONALD BUSWELL
Vice President . . BILL WILLIAMS Treasurer .... ROBERT SWIFT
Faculty Adviser . . ..... . . . MR. REGINALD F. SAUNDERS
RESULTS OF MATCHES PLAYED MEMBERS OF CHESS TEAM
October 29, 1945. . .Alameda 5Vz-San Leandro High .... IV2 Wins Draws Losses
November 14, 1945. .Alameda 6M-Cal. Blind School ..... V2 1. Tom Ferguson fCapt.J 4 2 0
January 9, 1946 ..... Alameda 7 -Oakland High ....... 0 2. Paul Allinger ..... 6 O 0
March 21, 1946 ..... Alameda 3V2-Cal. Blind School ..... 3Vz 3. Fred Wong ....... 3 1 1
March 28, 1946 ..... Alameda 6V2--Oakland High .....,. 1 4. John Lafler ....... 5 O 1
April 3, 1946 .....,. Alameda 4 -Hayward Union High.3 5. Arthur Kemalyan. .. 5 O 1
6. Charles Keever .... 3 2 1
7. Frank Harradine. .. 4 1 1
OTHER MEMBERS OF THE CHESS CLUB WHO ARE NOT ON THE TEAM ARE:
Sol Altschuler, Donald Buswell, Bill Dunmire, Dick Goodman, Pat Henoch, Colin Howen, Marshall Loring,
Robert Lovejoy, Lawrence Ng, Arthur Rake, Elliott Ryder, Robert Swift, Bill Williams, Edward Winter
Many members ofthe club meet in room 111 during the noon hour to play
chess as well as every Monday afternoon. From time to time on week-ends
socials are held in the home of club members from 7:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.,
with time out for refreshments at about 10 p.m. Both students and parents find
these gatherings to be very enjoyable.
SE IUH IJPPUHTUNITY ll Y
On Wednesday, May 8, 1946, anoTher successful Senior OpporTuniTy Day
was held for The beneTiT of The seniors of Alameda High School. This year's
Theme was "And Now Tomorrow." Under The direcTion of Miss E. Louise Jolly,
The Senior OpporTuniTy Day CommiTTee presided over The program. Follow-
ing The excellenT opening program, Three round Table sessions were presenTed.
In each of These sessions were a number of round Tables, each of which was
addressed by a successful person in some vocaTion. In The aTTernoon There was
a session on marriage problems Tor boys and one on The same Topic Tor girls.
The aim of These Senior OpporTuniTy Days is To provide The seniors wiTh use-
Tul information on vocaTional fields which They may enTer. This year's program,
as well as Those held in The pasT, reached This goal in a mosT saTisTacTory
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President ,..... ............ . .. LYDIA d'FONSECA
Vice President. .. ..,.. VERLA WILSON
Secretary ,.,. ....... P ATTY LOU MILLER
Treasurer ...,... .,.. E TSUKO MARUBAYASHI
Sergeant-at-Arms, .. ......... HARRY JORDAN
MISS ELIZABETH MURRAY MRS. DOROTHY LAYTON
MR. JAMES F. HULL
The Tri-Iota was organized in April, 1946. The name Tri-Iota was chosen because it means
a three-fold "I," which explains the nature of our club: International-lntercultural-Inter-
We believe that every nationality, every creed, every race has much to contribute toward
the enrichment of humanity and that only by all peoples learning to live, to work, and to
play together, can civilization continue.
Membership is not restricted to any group, but each member should have a sincere
concern to join in cooperative effort forthe betterment not only of the peoples of our own
community but of all peoples throughout the world.
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The Alameda High School R.O.T.C. Battalion is composed of approximately
225 cadets in ranks from Private to Lieutenant Colonel. The primary obiect of
our unit is to make better and more useful citizens for the future.
ln addition to regular periods of marching and calisthenics, definite subiects
relative to the Army Program are taught by Cadet Officers. Among the sub-
jects taught are Map Reading, Rifle Marksmanship, Military Sanitation and
First Aid, History and Policy of the Army, and others.
Activities in the unit include a Sword and Shield Society for officers, a Non-
Coms Club for non-commissioned officers, and a Rifle Team which is picked by
competitive firing at our indoor range at school and an outdoor range outside
To many the R.O.T.C. offers a diversion from regular studies in school. To
others it gives a basic training to those who prefer a military career. Many go
on to College R.O.T.C. and graduate as second lieutenants in the Army reserve.
This year again we have attained the rating of "honor school" in the Ninth
Service Command area. This rating is obtained by an outstanding Federal
Inspection of our unit.
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Fall, 1945 OFFICERS
ART WEBB ,....... .... P resident .......,. BILL SCHEUERMANN
DONNA MEUTER .,..... . . . Vice Presldenf ...,....... ALETHA KILIAN
INGER NIELSEN ....... .Recording Secretary ....... MARTIN COLLINS
RICHARD LANDER ....,. , Financial Secretary ........ PAUL BUECHNER
CLIFF KERN .........,... Sergeant-at-Arms ........... BILL HECK and
The Sword and Shield Society of Alameda High School is composed of the
Officers cmd Honorary sponsors of our R.O.T.C. unit. Its purpose is to promote
a spirit of fellowship among otticers and to offer social activities to the Bat-
talion as well as the school.
In the past we have planned dances, picnics, and parties for the Ofiicers
and Sponsors, as well as having helped in the direction and welfare ot the
Battalion. This semester we hope to do even better.
We wish to thank Capt. Butherus for his excellent sponsoring ot our Society
as well as for his capable leadership ot our whole R.O.T.C.
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The Non-Coms Club is an organization of the Non-Commissioned Officers ot
the R.O.T.C. unit. The Non-Coms are cadets who have o rank from Corporal to
First Sergeant. This club has been organized to give the cadets a chance to
get together, have meetings, and learn of the duties and obligations of a
The Club wishes to thank all those who have cooperated with the Club and
helped to make it a success. We wish also to show our appreciation to Master
Sergeant R. H. Huntington, who has acted as our adviser tor the Club.
CPL. RUDOLPH MULTZ
No Rifle Team this year has led a very successful season in competitive firing.
The ten high scoring rifle team members in the Three important rifle matches
of T946 will receive the Small Block "A," minor sports award. The three
matches included in this aggregate are the Service Command Intercollegiate
Match, the National Intercollegiate Match, and the William Randolph Hearst
Match. Eleven members completed all three matches, with aggregate scores
as indicated below:
l. White, Grady ........ 1327 7. Bedford, Alan.. .... 1212
Ed'-'ard .... .... l 323 8. Gray, John .... .... 'I 198
3. Berlin, Fred .....,.... T297 9. Harris, Robert ........ H88
4. Jorgensen, Edward .... T290 TO. Herald, Don ..... .... l l6l
5. Collins, Tom. .. ..,.. T240 ll. Bertson, Herman ...... l'l27
6. Evers, Don.. . ...'l238
The following did not compete in all three matches:
Barber, Bruce May, Gerald
Horvoth, James Welles, Richard
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SO LET US BE OF SERVICE TO YOU . . now . . . and
for the bright years ahead!
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So We put you down with the best of them,
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Among the gifts we've given ourselves
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CONGRATULATIONS - CLASS OF 1946!
To all of you our best wishes for success in your future
endeavors. 1 Joining with us in our congratulations are
the high school graduates of former years-among them
your own alumnae of Alameda High who are now mem-
bers of our Metropolitan Head Office family. f There are
many advantages in working at the Metropolitan and we
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Phone LAkehurM 2-3474
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Monthly Ticket ...... 4.00
Monthly Ticket Cvoid Saturday, Sunday
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Lunch Room Open tothe Public
Special Rates to Alameda High Students
35C After 2:30 on School Days
HUGH Il. GBENFELL
NEW HUDSONS NOW BEING DELIVERED
PARK and CLEMENT ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA
Telephone LAkehurst 3-1406
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C 2--iz - the Graduates and extend a wish
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Good Health and Happiness is our wish to the
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T435 PARK STREET
Phones: LAkehursI 2-T844 ' LAkehurst 2-T845
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Also Sporiing Goods . . . Fishing Tackle
Huniing and Fishing Licenses
Free Delivery 2319 Sonia Clara Ave. LA
Phone: LAIceI1ursI 2-I B82
Congratulations . . .
To the Class of '46
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RIEDMAN HELBY HOES
Imehurst 2-6118 1507 WEBSTER
Experienced and SIKIIIIUI Repair Service
MARSHALL BROS., Props.
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