Albany High School - Cougar Yearbook (Albany, CA)

 - Class of 1947

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J Published by the Senior Class of ALBANY I-HGH SCI-IDOL ALBANY, CALIFORNIA SPRING,1947 DEDICHTIOII... To each dance and game Each triencl and flame Anol those parties with couples in every nook To every frolic ancl prom Every pre-exam qualm When our hearts anol our knees fairly shook To all our skits and plays Anol all our school days The lune Class of '47 cledicates this book HDIII Ill TRB IOII WOMEN S FACULTY FIRST ROW, lett to right: B. Vrcmna, H. Akin. Z. Archibald, C. Spiro, M. Cude, P. Gill, L. Houghton, M. Gilchrist, I. Visulli. SECOND ROW: l".Smith, M.Gilsenan, D. Watt, M. Glover, B. Foster, W. Goode, L. North, C. Dietschy, H. Fake. CHARLES A. MOORE F. WILLIAM FEENY Principal Vice-Principal wht Wfir. MEN'S FACULTY FIRST ROW, leit to right: W. Myers, I. Hoskins, S. Chessum, P. Nathan, M Gould, W. Bouton, C. Moore, S. Luhmer, S. Flequl, D. Travers. SECOND ROW W. Ifeeny, R. Schuman, I. Robins. R. Culllxn, C. Firm. R. Brown I. Ryan R. Yourd, R. Hughes, D. Fleenor, I. Wells. M. GILSENAN I. P. ROBINS Girls' Counselor Boys' Counselor LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Lindstrom, I. Mosley, M. North, G. Yonge, D. Gregory, I. Klein. R. Wilson, K. Roberts. I. Douglas, E. Goldman, M. O'Berto, R. Morris. EUUGIIR STHFF IRENE KLEIN PAULA MARTIN Editor Business Manager IEAN MOSLEY EARL GOLDMAN Associate Editor Assistant Editor GEORGE YONGE GLORIA LINDSTROM MARVIN NORTH MARY LOU BELLAMY DAVE GREGORY Photography Editor Art Director Sports Editor Assistant Business Manager Assistant Sports Editor ROY WILSON BOB MORRIS IEAN DOUGLAS MARION O'BERTO KENNETH ROBERTS Ex-Officio Member Ex-Officio Member Low-12 Associate Low-I2 Associate Low-12 Associate V " T I f H-M-'W-N KQWW H' ' ' Qwwwfdjfwf wwfffwjfw' Www ff' ,W ff W ff WM MZ? 'cw' XM! SEIIIDRS JUIIE '47 ROY WILSON Class President SHERMAN LOCK!! LOUISE SMITH Vice-President Secraiary-Treasurer CLASS OFFICERS ADVISORS MISS GOODE MR. BROWN MISS VISALLI Advisor Advisor Advisor GARY ANDREWS IACKIE BAKOSH PHYLLIS BROTHERS MILDRED BORBA BILL BRAN DT LOLA IANE BRYAN FRED BOLTON LOLA BUSEY MARY LOU BELLAMY IEAN BURGHER GERALDINE CALHOUN SHIRLEY COBERLY CHARLES CLARKE BEVERLY CORTELYOU BILL EDWARDS PAUL DUBROFF IAMES ELY BEVERLY FILBERT EIII I IM FLEMING LOIS FOSTER :oz Gmoux LARRY GANN EARL GOLDMAN SHIRLEY GRANHOLT DAVID GREGORY IAMES GORDON RICHARD HEALEY ELIZABETH HALL MARIE HANSEN PATRICIA HILL IOAN HARVEY CORA HOLMES ELLA IOHNSON ANNE IVANCICH RICHARD IOHNSON WARREN' IOHNSON RONALD IENSEN SEII IRENE KLEIN IOAN KRANZ PHYLLIS KINMAN ROSE KRAICAR ROBERT LEONARD PATRICIA LEE GLORIA LINDSTROM PAULA MARTIN LOUELLA MAY BILL MCCONNELL DONALD MEADS IOAN MCDEVITT NORMA MITCHELL IEAN MOSLEY ROBERT MORRIS KAYE MULLANEY CHARLES NECKEL BETTY NEBLING HOWARD NELSON MILETA NOE MARVIN NORTH LOWELL NORTON FRANCES OLIVERIO NEDDA PEKOW IANET PEMBERTON ROBERT PUGH MARIANNE PENDO OLIVE PETERSEN PEGGY PRIEST EVELYN RICHARDSON RICHARD ROBB ROBERT ROGERS HASTINGS SCHMIDT BETTY SCHAUER TACK SCHMALENBERGER IACKIE SMYTHE IOANNE STARR CLAIRE STAUBER KEITH STINE ANNA LEE STEWART IOAN TATOUSEK GENE THOME BETTY THOMAS TASUKO TSUGAWA SHIRLEY VEZILICH CLAUDIA WILLIAMS MARILYN WYMAN GEORGE YONGE RICHARD DODGE CAMERA SHY TACK ADORANTE MARIORIE PRICE TOM LEIMIBACH TOM EBERT f .. my TDL3, -, .., 5' :Af K . 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' , lb my E :A -ulnlr 'Sig 4. ,114 - as -4--' V' 'X--5 'v . , HASTING xx , A SCHMWT 'f ' "-A - . bf eg '1 f B, A -Q ,+ Swenn QW' fx' . l 21- wus: 1 as X x4 x ,uf-I Q- -FL,-. A BOB MORRIS Student Body President BOARD OF CONTROL Way hack in lanuary, a lima, lang time aaa We chase aurselves a president, Bob Merrie as you know. Ana as his choice campanlan lar our vice president, Lyle Welsh is the one when seems to be heaven eehl. Bill Huskies represents the lacinye While laclclefe for the gale, A Fred Bolton is Boys' League president And it's Millie for the "sale" Betty Schauer is the hotevtakinq honey For second vice president 'chereis Norton, Ian, Shirley Grahholt ralces in the money And publicity? Qzzie is our man. These, our honored board, rule the school And under "our Bill" apply the golden r BOARD OF CONTROL SEATED. left to tight: I. Smythe, B. Schuuer, I, Norton B Moms L. Welch. F. Bolton, B. Huskins. STANDING: O. Nelson S Gran A halt. M. Borbcx. STUDENT COURT SEATED, left to right: S. Vezilich, J. Douglas, J. Kranz, J. Schmalenberger, G. Andrews, G. Yonge. STUDEIIT CUURT HIID TRHFFIC SQUIID You Won't see them on motorcycles nor will they be wearing badges, for these traitic officers stand in the hails of Albany High to maintain peaceful con- duct While students pass to and from classes. They give tickets to culprits who persist in exceeding speed limits or prancing up the Wrong stairs. Rounding up and sentencing those who have wandered from the straight and narrow are the duties ot the Student Court. Although lynching is not common, such sentences as singing "The Old Mill Stream" with all the motions while eating crackers or Writing interminable compositions convince students that "crime does not pay." TRAFFIC SQUAD FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Hall, H. Dyer, F. Lock- hart, G. Andrews. SECOND ROW: D. Glines, B. Brown, D. Bouchet, L. Welch, G. Erickson. THIRD ROW: R. Jensen, L. Etingoff, G. Hedquist. FOURTH ROW: B. Davis, I. 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LOW-10 MYERS FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Dahl, B. Davis,B.Beau- champ, B. Hill, J. Crispin, D. Grisham, B. Morra. SECOND ROW: B. Biscay, L. Fiddler, D. Harriman, M. Gough, J. Berry, A. Alderson, M. Detrick, C. Crooks. THIRD ROW: D. Davey, T. Furze, A. Klein- knecht, L. Gowen, T. Beck- er, E. Flegel, J. Darrah, D. Godfrey. H-10 CHESSUM FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Webb, J. Yonke, B. Stanley, N. Zucca, P. Trapanese, N. Vargas, L. Pasini, R. Reid. SECOND ROW: G. Sorensen, L. For- est, H. Wong, P. Vander- burgh, H. Richford, B. Pihl, M. Zinn. THIRD ROW: J. Regan, A. Wells, R. Vargas, R. Stebbins, B. Tate, B. Thatcher, D. Gehb. HIGH-10 GILL FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Leigh, J. Kolari, S. LaPoint, A. Hall, C. Gan- nett, L. McAllister, J. Moss. SECOND ROW: J. Hogue, B. Lenes, E. Ho- gan, P. Kane, G. Marriott, D. Kobe, N. Hinkle. THIRD ROW: J. Lax, R. Matous, J. Kalberer, J. Johnston, B. Miller, L. Mitchell, M. Arnonie. HIGH-10 SMITH FIRST ROW, left to right N. Meinke, R. Beemer, M Mori, B. Leth, R. Luparia, M. Standridge, S. Mc- Bride S Kenned SE - , - Y. C OND ROW: S. Newth, H Wood, M. Williams, E. Lineer, M. Baxter, D. An- derson, M. Broome, S Nickolette. THIRD ROW. E. Hansen, B. Newman, R schupp, n. Boger,N.Vella, D. Binninger, M. Oakley N. Carmelich. HIGH-10 TRAVERS FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Cirimeli, G. Bertino, M. Granholt, A. Engleking, D. Bowen, D. Benner, B. Ball, L. Clark, M. Boden, H. Lindamood, R. Nelson. SECOND ROW: G. Parks, J. Capaluto, J. Brogden, D. Evers, D. Crabtree, C. De Ford, D. Caldwell, J. Oliverio, J. Fox, D. Ar- nonie. THIRD ROW: T. Johnson, J. Grant, E. Huber, W. Elliot, G. Gil- bert, J. Cox, R. Webb, C. Archer, D. Daunt. LOW-11 FAKE FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Casey, M. Pagliero, B. Durst, R. Morasco, L. Arri, A. Martino, S. Feinstein, P. Foley, G. Hedquist, L. Netto, D. Bolton. SECOND ROW: D. Brown, A. Gold- man, T. Hanson, V. Evans, E. Long, L. Minnamoto, A. Karpo, N. Bloom, H. Hub- bard, P. Haggard, L. Krit- zer. THIRD ROW: C. Hart, C. Ott, W. Charter, W. Asp, T. Carroll, D. Brin- ninger, B. Hastings, LOW-11 RYAN FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Craft, D. Yanazi, M. Randle, E. Thomas, S. Singer, P. Reed, B. Yonge, W. Sargent, W. Thomas, S. Michner.SECOND ROW: W. Walton, D. Thompson, W. Peterson, S. Stewart, A. Trucco, D. Wilson, S. Richelieu, L. Smith, D. Rogers, A. Marsala. THIRD ROW: 0. Webster, C. Kiss- ner, K. Martin, P. 0'Don- nell, T. Stewart, F. Mar- ietti, D. Thompson, L. Russell. 1 Aiwa I Nfhih, if wfii fs?-fr W 4 , ,,,. . . .5: .' J wee: ' r M? y 2 :.iI,?g9gt53 '3 ' A I 5 ' ' gg'5gEgZ5 gala 5 ,M 72 iw ,hw S x 1 r 1 r if S? '52 Q wmigi ,ef is X 1 1 f x 1 1 I I 1 I A ...., .. ,- 2 " V ' nf' . b- - .7.:..: x:,. , :Mig g g- 'f ra . 2. 1. -.: N f ' pw P' , if-uf R r v 3: K, 5 E g V ? . Hi? mx wid Editor Associate Editor SHIRLEY COBERLY PHYLLIS BROTHERS THE IIEUISETTE Rushing to the Print Shop, making new dummies, finding lost stories and at the same time trying to keep a sane and pleasant outlook on life represent part of the' frantic effort that a lournalism student puts forth to get your Newsette to you every Friday. Supervised by Mr. lames Wells, Editor Shirley Coherly and Assistant Editor Phyllis Brothers were supported by a very capable staff. Edith Magazineandliora Wood of the News Department have kept you well informed. The feature page Was handled very successfully with feature editor Iackie Bakosh and assistant Marion O'Berto. Keeping you posted on all sports events and activities, Danny Glines, with Gale Erickson as his able assistant, Well deserves our compliments. The circulation department, headed by Ianice Pickering, receives the acclaim for delivering the Newsette on time. Sam Zierke and Elwin Layton deserve the main credit for the printing. NEWSETTE STAFF SEATED, left to right: L. Wood, G. Hedquist, E, Magazine, S. Ccberly, P. Brothers, J. Bakosh, J. Pickering. STANDING: M. O'Berto, D. Glines, G. Erickson, P. Haggard, H. Sargent. PRINTERS ii L0 LEFT T0 RIGHT: K. Nyiander, E. Layton, S. Zierke, E. Huber, IVI. Arnonie. - GIRLS' ORGIIIIIZII GIRLS' LEAGUE EXECUTIVE BOARD T I SEATED, left to right: G. Calhoun, J. Smythe, P. Priest, J. Mosley, A. Stewart, M. Borba, B. Hall, G. Hedouist, P Brot s GIRLS' LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVES FIRST ROW, left to right L. Boam, C. Beaga, J. Wil lis, N. Drieber, E. Thcmas P. Casey, M. Borba, E Hall, M. IVIori, N. Pekow. SECOND ROW: L. Kellcgg I. Murphy, W. Stacey, B Brownell, D. Verner, P. Martin, B. Evans, I. Lenes, L. Pasini, L. McAllister, J. Mosley. THIRD ROW J. Kerr, N. Patsnick, A Brogdon, M. Moores, Calhoun, L. Wood, Bryan, J. Douglas, Schultz, I. Klein, Smythe, A. Stewart. G L N J HONORARY CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Smith, G. Calhoun, B. Filbert, I. Klein, M. Bell amy, P. Brothers. SEC OND ROW: S. Vezilich, P. Priest, J. Mosley, M. Pen do, L. Bryan, M. Borba P. Williams. S. Coberly, I. Klein. 3 E :.:..:.,:.:,.:,.: . ,f 2 X 1: 5 2 ,fa ig 4592954 Y! K Q Q H2335 -:f'Z"'3 we MW wwf Q A ' KRW? 3, ,Y 355, I S' I W ' .tidwlf 1,295 Q fgff? 'Q i5Lf?g53QX w NW 1 A A HL gfw 3355513 . qggmf , MSW' ,.f 1: , xg' ' iwmii M F ' ' 5 www J M B09 BOYS' LEAGU E REPRESENTATIVES FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Vezilich, K. Wood, B. Latham, R. Johnson, J. McConnell, G. Garrells. SECOND ROW: D. Boucher, F. Bolton, B. Brandt, B. Thumberg, O. Webster. THIRD ROWZ F. Crooks, J. Regan, B. Webb, D. La Fond, D. Boger, B. Han- son, M. Arnone, D. Cvitusia. RALLY COMMITTEE FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Francis, R. Wilson, F. Schimmel, E. Goldman. SECOND ROW: D. Durland, C. Lindh, W. Johnson, G. Andrews. THIRD ROW: L. Norton, A. Reasoner, D Ziegenfuss. FOURTH ROW J. Vetterli, J. Diani. S' ORGFIIIIZHTI BOYS' LEAGUE EXECUTIVE BOARD SEATED, left to right: L. Reid, B. Huskins, F. Belton, D. Bcuchet. Q3 , Q6 sg 11. E .gal - W ,g m , Y f ' M 2 I ' 3 r .,,. ., ' ,. ,A,,,, xx gf r 43'-, ' W Sw f , in 4 s ,-5 QQ 1' O K. 'ff .. 1 Iwi 1 ws ik pwjgjffgff eff? Q M , f,ff7M""z5,5, 4 SPDRTS YELL LEADERS I. Smylhe, E. Goldman, C. Williams SPURTS E92 'efqzffgisiw M eng g 5 A ' 2f Ws f m Q s W UV S xi WEAR , .QQUQARS Q 3 Y, S Why A ' . :fl mm fr i X .V5,,.':,:-Li. MA 8 1 s fi swung 1 U S QLBUEARJ' N G0 Mis , --... an- 1 .. ,Q gi I A W -I M 5 H 4 A x 2 kj, Aw www ' i 3 , Zg qz ,.,, , .,.. A ....,.,,,,,V ,T V W ,..,., 1 -L. GRADUATING SENIOR ATHLETES-FIRST ROW, left to right: E. Goldman, R. Wilson, G. Yonge, F. Bolton. C. Clark, D. Iohnson, T. Leimhack. SECOND ROW: B. Brandt, S. Locke, H. Nelson, D. Gregory, R. Pugh, ' - . A d I. S h lenber er, D. Meads, B. Morris, H. Schmidt. THIRD ROW. M. North, L. Gunn, R Iensen, G. n rews, c ma q R. Robb. BIISEBIILI. The Cougar Nine of the l947 season played fine ball at all times and showed much promise for future years. Those boys who played their last year of baseball for Albany were Larry Gann, Dick lohnson, Tom Leinbach, and Bob Murray. Leimbach and Murray played smart baseball throughout the season. The good all-around perform- ance of Gann and the heavy hitting oi Iohnson will be missed in seasons to come. BASEBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW, lei! to right: I. Klein, B. Castell, T. Leimback, D. Iohnson, I. Kalberer, B. Willis, B. Marcus. SECOND ROW: B. Georgette, B. Miller, C. Hart. THIRD ROW: E. Iacobson, D. Grosser, T. Stewart, B. Murray, B. Thatcher, R. Matous. TRHCH Despite the lack of a good field, a large and enthusiastic track turnout observed regular training rules under the direction of Coach Don Travers, As was seen from the results of the lntramural Track Meet, the tenth and eleventh grades held most of the regular track men. This season was the last for the capable high-jumper, Don Meads. George Yonge, who for four years had sparkled on the Albany track, also completed his last season which was a good one. Yonge left no doubt whatever as to his future capabilities in running and broad-jumping. coAcH 'rm-xvzns TEHHIS Regarded as one of the strongest squads in Albany for some time, this year's tennis team was coached by Mr. Richard Schuman, new faculty member who had starred in the sport at St. Marys Captain Sherman Locke and Dick Robb played their last season as gut-wielding Cougars. Earl Rogers, lack Darrah, and Locke represented Al-LS. at the state interscholastic meet at Carmel, April l-3. COACH SCHUMAN aim FW pawn. a.: .E BAND FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr. Bouton, B. Huskins, H. Friis, L. Moore, P. Casey, M. Broome, E. Wilcox. SECOND ROW: L. Bin- ninger, G. Markley, E, Robins, K. Nelson, R.Reid, J. Mackie, J. Darrah, G. Lynch, P. Foley. THIRD ROW: S. Davis, V. Riggio, W. Swindell, L. Gowan, D. Binninger, W. Johnson, N. Carmelick, H. Layton. FOURTH ROW: D. Dewey, E. Layton, E. Flagel, J. Pickering, D. Reid, N. Schultz. FIFTH ROW: A. Babros, D. Holland, S. Michner. IIIUSIC DEPHRTIIIEIIT Accenting this term with activity and accomplishment the Albany High Glee Club, with Mr. Lehmer as its guiding light, has presented many outstanding programs for appreciative audiences. The Crlee Club sang at Wheeler Hall tor the Red Cross Conference, at the Claremont Hotel for the Rotary Convention, and at the Greek Theatre on the U. C. Campus in the Music Festival. Under the competent and enthusiastic instruction of Mr. Bouton, the Albany High Band, which has also been active this year, has continued to wedge itself into an important part in school life. GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Moore, D. Mardilla, B. Evers, L. Litmanen, M. Wilson, J. McElroy, N. Driver, L. Pausch, B. Hill, D. Holland, P. Stewart, M. Granholt, A. Engleking, F. Lynn, R. Patterson, P. French, C. English, R. Russo. SECOND ROW: D. Lambert, A. Allison, B. Nebling, F. Lundquist, D. Gray, D. Johnson, J. Norton, M. Coltrin, B. Swain, M. Leigh, B. Young, J. Douglas, J. Berry, M. Derthick, M. Brinniger, S. McBride, L. Fiddler, C. Simpson, P. Lee, D. Hariman. THIRD ROW: M. Bowden, C. Nivola, C. Babros, R. Peacock, B. Kapp, E. Leindecker, P. Kinman, A. Ivancich, P. Weber, L. Forest, A. Alderson, V. Fleming, J. Pickering, M. O'Berto, P. Easley, G. Tjensvold, D. Evers, M. Lewis, I. Lenes, J. Ingersoll. FOURTH ROW: V. Riggio, D. Oye, B. Rogers, D. Miller, C. Clark, B. Tate, C. Jackson, A. Schorsch, R. Jensen, G. Carpenter, E. Layton, J. Tilbury, W. Walton, P. Dubroff. .Mmew1'eez xwwfwesnwwmwswwwzwwwmowmaomomwwewmmwmwmWien' T-W':f-fe . fHswa exwwewwemmmwveas1wz wmW f Hair stood on end as the audience thrilled and chilled to a three-act murder-mystery, "The Bat," presented by the Senior Class for the entertainment of the Albany High student body, faculty, and friends on May 23, l947. Everything starts off with a bang when in the newly rented summer home of Mrs. Cornelia, CMileta Noel her landlord, Dick Fleming Cl-foward Nelson? is shot. A super- stitious maid, Lizzie CLola Bryant, a suspicious Dr. Wells, Clack Schmalenbergerl, a husky chauffeur named Beres- ford CDavid Gregoryl, a lapanese butler CBill Brandtl, two lovers, CPeggy Priest and Roy Wilsonl plus an "unknown" CRon lensenl make a very confusing case for the detective CBob Morrisl. Who is the murderer called the "Bat"? No, it's not the butler, it's, you've guessed it, the innocent look- ing detective. Appreciation goes to Miss Houghton for her excellent job of directing, assisted by lean Mosely, and to the cast for turning in a fine performance. f-v'N qflff fjggbv 15 5 0, QQ . ffm.. ,V - Civ-'11, can S. X Q6 sto'-'bam v 'I fa is 'K' ' 'X 0 4 x, , I wds ef I-9.5 Neem M 5 I ,fm , mm. my CC? N-QM 4.69 Q9 Y .4 05ter .. S ,X , ' ' 6 f - . 3 'rj J . , Own . 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