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SENIOR CLASSES OF
ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL
ALBANY . CALIFORNIA
SPRING AND FALL, 1948
F. WILLIAM FEENY CHARLES A. MOORE
FIRST ROW, left io right: Miss B. Fosier, Mrs. I. Dickey, Miss B. Ratio, Miss H. Fake, Miss L. North, Miss
W. Goode, Mr. R. Yourd, Mr. D. Pimentel, Mr. Moore. SECOND ROW: Mrs. M. Glover, Miss G. Dinsdcxle.
Mrs. R. Kimball. Miss B. Vranna. Miss H. Akin, Mrs. H. Cassidy, Mrs. C. Dietschy, Miss S. Ryan, Miss Gilse-
nan, Mr. W. Myers, Mr. P. Flegel, Mr. W. Bouton. THIRD ROW: Mr. SL I. Smith, Mr. I. Nolan, Mr. I. Ryan,
Mr. M. Gould. Mr. P. Nathan. Mr. R. Hughes. Mr. I. Hoskins, Mr. L. Bush. FOURTH ROW: Mr. S. Lehmer,
Mr. F. Chase. Mr. C. Finn. Mr. G. Chessum. Mr. Robins, Mr. W. Treacy.
MISS MIRIAM GILSENAN JOHN P. ROBINS
Girls' Counselor Boys' Counselor
Directed by President Lyle Welch, fourth
semester member, the Board of Control of the
Associated Students of Albany High School has
completed another successful semester of guid-
ing the policy of the students of our school.
Assisting Lyle has been Bill Hastings as Vice-
President. Bill has currently been entertainment
chairman as well, and he was Second Vice-
President when in the ninth grade. Florence
Lockhart, serving on the board for her second
time, has filled the office of Secretary.
Don Thompson, last year's Boys' Commis-
sioner, was this term's President of the Boys'
League, While Barbara Flavin was President of
the Girls' League.
Working under the President are the Commis-
sioners. The Boys' Commissioner for the past
semester has been Don Bouchet, Student Body
President of last term. The Girls' Commissioner,
lackie Kerr, has been active in several all-school
organizations. ln addition to her office of Girls'
Commissioner, Iackie also held the position of
social chairman for the Board.
Pat Casey, on the Board for her second semes-
ter, was treasurer. Normally the treasurer is
chosen for two semesters.
The Second Vice-President, still an officer on
the Board of Control, is now called the Eighth and
Ninth Grade Representative. Ninth grader Dick
Pawson held this office for the Spring l948 term.
Mr. F. William Feeny, Vice-Principal of the
school, again served the Student Body as faculty
advisor to the Board of Control.
JUIIE - 1948
Bonnn or conrnol
F. WILLIAM FEENY
BARBARA BROWN BILL HUSKINS GLADYS HEDQUIST DAVE SWANSON BILL HASTINGS
DON BOUCHET RUTH MILLER IOYCE BROGDON BOB FRANCIS FLORENCE LOCKHART
SHERRY RICHELIEU HELEN DYER BOB MUIR SHIRLEY LAPOINT DON BROWN
PHYLLIS FOLEY PAT CASEY DON THOMPSON SALLY STEWART DON ZIEGENFUSS
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election race was held choosing the
Board of Control for the fall semester of
Elected to guide the Board as President
of the Student Body was Bill Hastings,
the previous terrn's Vice-President. Bill
faced stiff competition, but emerged suc-
cessful on a platform built on general
Bay Matous was selected to assist
Bill as the Vice-President, while Bill Stay-
ton was named Eighth and Ninth Grade
Pauline Reed, new Secretary of the
student body, ran unopposed, as did
Wilbur Charter, successful candidate for
the office of Boys' Commissioner.
Sherry Richelieu competed for and
won the office of Girls' Commissioner
while Phyllis Foley was elected to carry
out the duties of Girls' League President,
and Don Brown was successful in his
campaign for President of the Boys'
The hottest pre-election battle was car-
ried on about the office of Publicity Di-
rector. Lorraine McAllister was selected
after a campaign involving noon skits,
funny hats, and 'much poster advertising
waged by candidates for the job.
Named by the Board as Treasurer for
the next school year was loyce Cirimeli.
, 1 9 4 8 SHERHY RICHELIEU
FIRST ROW, lett to right: G. Hed-
quist, P. Reed, M. Pagliero, S.
Stewart, I... Smith. SECOND
ROW: P. Casey, S. Feinstein, S.
Richelieu, P. Foley, L. Netto.
FIRST ROW, lett to right: S. Rich-
elieu. P. Casey, S. Stewart, l..
Netto, P. Foley. SECOND HOW:
H. Richford, L. McAllister.
FIRST HOW, left to right: B. Mc-
Whirter, D. Brown, W. Charter.
SECOND ROW: H. Layton, H.
FOLK DANCING CLUB
FIRST ROW, lelt to right: P. Edel-
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Mattos, S. Fuhrimcm, E. Durland,
P. Galbraith, I. Richardson. K.
Green, P. Casey. SECOND ROW:
B. Scott, M. Kinney, I. Crooks, M.
Lowe, M. Reed. H. Manning, S.
Festner, B. Nelson, B. Kline, D.
Anderson, N. Willis, N. Giles.
THIRD ROW: B. Stayton, E. Fle-
gel, G. Allen, W. Walton, W.
Charter, D. Easter, V. Riggio, E.
Willis, D. Robins, D. Capeluto.
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DONALD BOUCHET ALYCE BROGDON BARBARA BROWN SHIRLEY BUNDY
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MARIAN DEYORD MAE DE PAOLI IAMES DIANI DONALD DRINNEN
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WILBUR CHARTER VINCE CHAVEZ
GLADYS I-IEDQUIST EUGENE HOLLAND
ROSE MARASCO GILBERT MARDILLA
CHARLES OTT MARY PAGLIERO
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FRONT ROW, left to right: I.
Seay, I. Heinzel, B. Bonninqton.
C. Matta, B. Caldwell. D. Demp-
sey, C. Merwin, M. Odegcrrd. B.
Pausch, E. Platner, E. Wilcox, D.
Atwood. I. Burger. SECOND
ROW: I. Stebbins, N. Stewart, I.
Harvey. G. Icardo, A. Youch, K.
Riep, M. Wylie. B. Smyth, I. Dye.
I. McElroy, I.. Lamoureaux, H.
Schissler, C. Gunther. BACK
HOW: R. Fornenqo, M. Iohnson,
I. Campana, L. Minear, F. Bice,
E. Sioermer, T. Ryder, I. Kennedy.
G. Rendahl, W. Stayton, D. Paw-
son, R. Iohnsen, M. Cowan, A.
Elkin, E. Beale, S. Stanford.
FRONT ROW. left to right: W.
Surry, C. Iohnson, I. Evans, R.
Eliason, R. Donnelly, E. Durland,
M. Forster. B. Billiard, P. Edel-
atein, L. Gavazza, E. Guichard,
Q. Hartman. SECOND ROW: G.
Zantie, I. Engstrom, C. Bevans,
'. Bauer, M. Boekhoif, I.. Beam.
.. Kellogg, M. Aschmann. I. Ben-
iett, I. Eichhorn, L. Erickson, A.
Fiitchcox, B. Kline, O. Bertrand.
THIRD ROW: S, Aschow. T. Dren-
aan, I. Foster, W. Hale. G. Gar-
'els, D. Homewood, D. Brisson.
3. Markley, R. Hurteau. T. Bin-
minqer. BACK ROW: E. Arri, E.
Eliason, R. Bishop, H. Friis, W.
Flananhan, I. Lockhart, D. Haines,
H. Decker, R. Bond.
'RONT ROW, left to riqht: I.
Nillis, I. White. I. Staunton, M.
'hillips, N. Sylvester, A. Murphy,
tl. Layman, M. Ieflries, N. Lohti.
N. Marsh, S. Teani, B. Scott. C.
Simons, H. Wray, I. Martindale.
IECOND ROW: E. Welander. W.
9atterson, E. Zieqeniuss, C.
Vlann, B. Leishman. S. Wilson.
vi. Zazattaro, C. Larson, I. Peter-
sen, D. Moncrieif, M. Woolworth.
V1. Zupo. P. Kuster, A. Wong.
SACK ROW: I. Roberts, F. Run-
lion, D. Young, A. Martinez, R.
Vlelbye, G. Wannop, W. Temple:
'. McConnell, G. Robin, L. Wardle,
D. Shore, W. Milligan.
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FRONT ROW, leit to right: H.
Bright, C. English. F. Linn, M.
Braidwood, C. Tarleton, D.
Amundsen, C. Nelson, P. Pickard,
N. Thomas, S. Williams, E. Her-
rera, B. Trelease, L. Valterza, D.
Brill. SECOND BOW: R. Russo.
I. Lenes. P. Gowen, B. Evans, I.
Norton, F. Lundquist, P. Bateman.
N. Stauber, E. Iurivich. S. Max-
am, M. Coltrin, I. Schupp, H.
Richiord. THIRD ROW: A. Babros.
G. Sanderson. I. Stratlord. R.
Browning, I. Ball. H. Battles, F.
Crooks. F. Bawden, R. Chase, B.
Larsen. B. Boggess. I. Nahmens,
E. Peterson, D. Ambrose, B. Han-
na, B. May. BACK BOW: V.
Smith, R. Spivey, N. Hansen, H.
Iarvis, I. Rogers. D. Tognetti, S.
Davis, I. Mullaney. I. Bishop. R.
Hildebrand. I. Hash, D. Steele, M.
Vezilich, H. Wilson, W. Burgher.
FRONT HOW, left to right: I..
Moore, M. Oversen, H. Long, I.
Parks, N. Driver, S. Patterson, N.
Hunt, I. Hanson, I. Ingersoll, L.
Litmanen. B. lkola. M. Garrett.
SECOND ROW: A. McDonald, G.
Pine, B. Norris, I. Kerr. I. Evers,
S. Iohnson, C. Cramer, B. Kopp.
D. Holland, V. Fleming, I. Keeler,
E. Iohnson. THIRD BOW: E. Lay-
ton, I. Gilman, R. Gardner, G.
Carpenter, T. Muzinich. B. Pence,
I. Pedracci, I. Klein, D. Heinzel,
R. Marengo, I. Miller. K. Glines,
B. Porter, D. Hupe, C. Iackson.
BACK ROW: D. Ohye, B. Nelson.
B. Latham, D. Moran, F. Regi'
nato, V. Rigqio, L. Baqle, R. Reed,
B. Heath, S. Pilcher, V. Linda-
mood, D. Mel-lone. I. Harding.
FRONT ROW, left to right: C.
Redick, S. Brown, H. Buckwalter
M. Williams, s. smnh, L. cfichf
ton, C. Anderson, B. Brownell
M. Heed. B. Scott, S. Cochran
SECOND HOW: M. Holman, S
Stiles, T. Tamba, C. Scroqin, A
Allison, S. Andrews, M. Turner
I. Wood. D. Verner, L. Wallace
R. Villa, B. Bennett. THIRD ROW
B. S. Smith. I. Schima, M. Bru
netti, I. Lewis, B. Benning, B. A
Smith, R. Deitrick, A. Claish, I
Bellerive, D. Diani, K. Cox, B
Crawford, F. Ballinger, E. Willis
BACK HOW: B. Gorman, L. Wil
liams, P. Williams. D. Stacy, F
Wright. B. Tevlin. B. Wilson, I
Shelby, R. Wallace, I. Giacoma
I. Tilbury, K. Wood, B. Viets, D
Symington, R. Cornell.
FRONT ROW, lett to right: D.
Moshier, B. Osborn, B. Roberts,
B. Young, D. Mardilla. A. Moore,
V. Monti, N. Tarleton, I. McElroy,
I. Young. BACK BOW: G. Meek-
lns, K. Nelson, B. McWhirter, F.
Weinberg, I. Runnion, D. Howell,
H. Layton, R. Peacock, G. Lynch.
'RONT now, left to right. A
Dahl, B. Hill. K. Cardinelli, B.
Davis, I. Crispin, C. Crooks, M.
Zouqh, B. Morra. SECOND ROW:
J. Grisham. B. Beers, D. Derthick, in
J. Harriman, B. Bisccty, M. Brin
xinqer, L. Fiedler, A. Alderson.
JACK HOW: M. Kawamoto, E.
knthony, E. Estrada, I. Christie,
S Castell E. Fle el T Furze,
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J. Davey, I. Darrah, D. Godfrey.
fHONT ROW, left to right: L.
'atterson, L. Pasini, E. Yonke,
K. Rodriguez, N. Vargas, M. Zinn.
W. Zucca. SECOND HOW: L. For-
'st, P. Vanderburgh, H. Richford.
3. Pihl, B. Viets, S. Word, George
Lorensen. THIRD ROW: R. Var-
rus, H. Webb, P. Trapcmese, S.
loderick, I. Regan, B. Sanders,
L. Thatcher, BACK ROW: R. Reid,
D. Gehb, C. Stcmtord, S. Schorsch,
R. Dennett, G. Gundry.
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FRONT ROW, left to right: .
Kennedy, S. Nickolette. .
Beemer, M. Mori, B. Leth, .
Meinke, S. Newth, M. Baxter, .
Anderson. SECOND ROW: .
Boqer, H. Schupp. C. Browning,
A. Poirer, M. Williams. N. Car-
melich. BACK ROW: H. Wood.
D. Binninqer. N. Vella, M. Oak-
ley, H. Tsuqawa.
FRONT ROW. leit to right: S.
La Point, I.. McAllister, C. Gan-
nett, I. Kolari, I. Moss. B. Lenes
I. Harper. SECOND BOW: N.
Giles, I. Hogue. P. Kane, E. Leien-
decker, D. Iohnson, M, Leigh, E.
Hogan. BACK ROW: F. Correia.
G. Marriott, I. Lax, B. Miller, D.
Anthony, I. Iohnston, I.. Mitchell.
HIGH 1 1
FRONT ROW. leit to right: G
Bertino, I. Cirimeli, M. Granholt
D. Bowen. M. Bowden, G. Evers
I. Broqdon. V. Borreani, D. Cald
well, B. Ball, D. Crabtree, M
Dietz. SECOND HOW: P. Harri
son, D. Daunt, W. Elliot, I. Fox
I. Capeluto, G. Gilbert, I. Oli-
verio, H. Lindamood, G. Parks
BACK ROW: T. Iohnson, B
Webb, R. Huber, I. Grant, H. Nel
son, C. Archer.
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SEATED, left to right: P. Foley
N. Sherrick, B. Flavin. D. Iones
C. Cramer. STANDING: I. Kerr
M. Zinn, S. Richelieu. L. Wood
FRONT ROW, left to right: I
Willis, N. Kaye, D. Iones, N.
Sherrick, I. Bauer, I. Cirimeli, R.
Rodriguez, H. Manning, I. Bur-
ger, M. Mori, M. Yanaqi, G. Pine.
C. Anderson. SECOND ROW: D.
Ackelbein, M. Mooers. B. Flavin.
I. Harper, L. Etingolf, L. Wood.
S. Richelieu, P. Foley, M. Mc-
Namara, M. Zinn. D. Bolton. B.
Evans, N. Iohnson. BACK ROW:
C. Cramer, I. Evers, I. Kerr. B.
Leishman, S. Maxam, C. Scrogin.
C. Garner, D. Wilson, V. Shultz,
W. Rohie, E. Thauberger, M.
GIRLS' SENIOR HI-Y
FRONT ROW. lei! lo right: R.
Beamer, D. Iones, D. Ackelbein,
S. Nickolette. C. Gannett, G.
Hedquist, M. Paqliero. P. Reed.
M. Berry, B. Brown, P. Lock-
hart, L. Etingoil, I. Burgess, M.
De Paoli. N. Sherrick, P. Stewart
R. Murphy. SECOND ROW: I.
Berry, S. La Point. I. Cirimeli,
D. Grisham, D. Mardilla. A.
Moore, I. Harper, H. Richlord,
E. Magazin, L. Smith, A. Hall,
I.. Netlo. P. Casey, L. Skinner, S.
Addleman, G. Berlino, H. Dyer,
D. Fisher. THIRD ROW: P. Baca.
R. Miller, B. Roberts, A. Alder-
son, B. Flavin, L. Wood, M. Moss,
M. Mooers, B. Schultz, E. Hogan.
D. Bolton, A. Broqdon, I. Breq-
don. I. Hague, P. Vanderburqh,
M. Granholl. BACK ROW: S.
Newth, R. Turner, B. Hill, B.
Young, P. Foley, S. Richelieu, J.
1. Kami, M.McA11mer. w. nobuf
Platt, C. Hartman. I. Chapman
SEATED, left to right: B. Pihl, R.
Beemer. I. Harper, M. Zinn, C.
Gannett. STANDING: H. Richlord.
B. Brown. I. Kerr, S. Andrews, E.
IR. G.A.A. EXECUTIVE
LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Hinch, T.
Boarn, I. Willis, I. White, I. Man-
ning, A. Wolff.
SEATED, left to right: M. Mooers.
C. Hartman, I. Burgess, D. Iones,
M. De Paoli, H. Dyer, R. Murphy.
L. Wood. STANDING: R. Miller.
G. Amundsen, B. Schultz, I. Chap-
man, B. Flavin, L. Elinqoti, N.
Sherrick, D. Ackelbein.
FRONT HOW, lelt to right: N.
Tarleton, P. Casey, M. Paqliero.
D. Bowen. L. Netto, P. Heed, S.
Feinstein. I. Cirimeli, S. Nicho-
lette, C. Gannett, I. Moss, R.
Beamer. A. Moore. SECOND ROW:
M. Granholt, A. Hall, I.. Pasini.
I. Harper, E. Magazin, L. Smith.
M. Zinn, P. Kane, B. Wilmoth, V.
Monti, D. Anderson, M. Lowe. I..
McAllister, D. Mardilla. BACK
HOW: S. La Point, I. Young, A.
Dahl, S. Richelieu, P. Foley. B.
Pihl. E. Hogan, V. Borraani. E.
Bakosh, H. Hichford, I. Kolari,
FRONT BOW, lelt to right: S.
Smith, L. Crichton, I. Lanes, R.
Russo, B. Evers, C. Gannett, I.
Kolari, I. Moss, L. McAllister, M.
Paqliero, R. Beemer, E. Thomas,
V. Monti, 5. Iohnson, B. Osborn,
B. Ball. SECOND ROW: G.
Amundsen, P. Haggard. H. Hub-
bard, I. Crispin, B. Davis, B. Hill,
B. Young, A. Moore, S. LaPoint,
I. Berry, D. Mardilla, D. Gris-
ham, M. Zinn, V. Borreani. BACK
ROW: B. Pihl, B. Kopp, S. An-
drews, B. Norris, I. Harper, C.
Hartman, I. Platt, P. Stewart, I.
Kerr, H. Richlord, E. Bakosh, A.
Alderson, P. Kane.
FRONT ROW. left to right: C.
Anderson, I. Lenes. R. Russo, S.
Smith, S. Iohnson, B. Evers, M.
Granholt, A. Dahl, N. Driver, I.
Wood, I. Hanson, I. McElroy, C.
Tarleton, B. Brownell. SECOND
HOW: G. Pine. D. Amundsen, B.
Evans, F. Lundquist, I. Kerr, B.
Norris, B. KOPP. C. Cramer, T.
Tamba, S. Stiles, B. Wilmoth, V.
Monti, I. Young, N. Tarleton.
BACK ROW: G, Amundsen. S.
Andrews, B. Anderson. E. Iuri-
vich, C. Scroqin, A. Allison, S.
Maxam, I. Keeler, M. Gough, W.
FRONT ROW, lelt to right: I.
Cirimeli, S. Niclroletta, M, De
Ford, G. Bertino, N. Meinke, E.
Thauberger, I. Camo, D. Bowen.
B. Leth, M. Mori, D. Fisher, M.
Pagliero, H. Hubbard. BACK
ROW: E. Leindeclrer, D. Evers, S.
Newth, D. Rogers, D. Iohnson,
M. Norris. V. Meamber, V.
Schultz, D. Anderson, B. Lanes,
L. Minamoto. D. Yanaqi.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Mr.
W. Bouton, I. Crooks, P. Casey,
L. Moore. O. Bertrand, B. Lom-
bard, G. Lynch, S. Teani, E.
Durland, E. Wilcox. SECOND
ROW: A. Babros. V. Riqgio, B.
Milligan, R. Clark, H. Lowfhian,
E-jghjg, W. Swindell, B. Hus-
ins. BACK ROW: E. Layton, G.
Robins, G. Markley, T. Binninger.
. fu... N. Hinkel, D. Davey, R. May, I.
FRONT ROW, left to right: M'-.
' W. Bouton, L. Carmelich. H.
Lowthian, N. Davey, VJ. Milligan.
P. Casey, L. Moore, T. Flynn,
R. Huskins, T. Williams, A. Gran-
holf. SECOND ROW: A. Babros.
K. Nelson, G. Robins, V. Riqgio,
W. Swindell, E-Bghjg, G. Lynch,
E. Wilcox, B. May. THIRD ROW:
D. Davey, R. Reid, G. Garrels.
I. Darrah, T. Binninger, B. Lar-
sen, D. Reed, I. Tilbury. BACK
ROW: E. Layton, N. Carmelich,
I. Gilbert, H. Layton, E. Flegel,
D. Young, G. Markley, S. Davis.
IIIUSIC . RTIIIEIIT
FRONT ROW, left to right: E. Guichard, M. Ieffries, I. Burger, I. Ingersoll, B. Caldwell, I. Willis, I. White, S. Patterson, M. Granholt, B. Scott,
B. Pausch, L. Crichton, S. Smith, N. Sylvester, N. Driver, M. Williams, B. Morris, B. Kline, M. Woolworth, K. Gaffney, N. Kaye, I. Staunton,
A, Hitchcox. W. Marsh. Mr. S. Lehmer. SECOND ROW: T. Tamba, L. Boam, M. Zavattaro, R. Eliason, B. Billiard, I. Lynch, M. Crichton, C. Matfa,
S. Sfiles, V. Borreani, M. De Ford. M. Aschman, B. Kusfer, I. Darlington, L. Skinner, L. Litmanen, I. Hiyama, I. Evers, A. Moore, M. Zupo, V.
Hartman, C. Scroqin, C. Larson. THIRD ROW: L. Wardle, D. Bond, B. Leishman, E. Ziegenfuss, M. Turner, M. Gough, L. Gavazza, L. Forster,
B. Beers, S. Simons, V. Fleming, D. Wilson, L. Pausch, M. Coltrin, M. Odeqard, M. Wilson, G. Pine, I. Norton, C. Mann, M. Bowden, R. Peacock,
I. Brogdon, A. Allison, A. Schorsch, B. Hastings. BACK ROW: W. Munn, R. Rendall, E. Beale, V. Riggio, D. Ambrose, D. Godfrey, B. Craw-
ford, V. Chavez, C. Iackson, E. Anthony, L. Hanson, B. Stayton, M. Cowan, D. Pawson, E. Arri, T. Drennan, I. McKenzie, I. Gilbert, E. Eliason,
. G. Carpenter, M. Vezilich, R. Wilson, E. Layton, I. Tilbury, W. Walton, G. Gundry, D. Oliye.
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STUDEIIT COURT - TRHFFIC SQUHD
To maintain order in the halls, to direct the stu-
dents to the proper stairs, and to slow down those
few individuals who insist on running from class
to class include some of the duties of the mem-
bers of the Traffic Squad. When necessary they
give tickets and summon violators of rules to
the Student Court.
The Student Court, made up of six members,
gives sentences after due consideration, rang-
ing from letters of apology to Written composif
tions on a variety of subjects, to all offenders
who come before it.
Appointments are made to the court by the
Board of Control but those appointed remain on
the court until graduation or until resignation.
New additions are made to the Traffic Squad by
nominating and balloting held by the squad.
Like the court the traffic members remain in the
organization until graduation.
FRONT ROW, left to right: D
Bouchet, F. Lockhart, A. Hull
S. Stewart, B. Brown, G. Had
quist. BACK ROW: G. Gilbert, D
Glines, B. Davis, I. Osterqaard
B. Miller. L. Welch.
SEATED, left lo right: M. Phillips.
P. Reed, H. Dyer S .
I. Dicrni, B. Davis, I. Ostorgucxrd.
The Newsette is published Fridays by the
journalism section under the direction of Editor
Lora Wood and Faculty Advisor F. C. Chase.
Editors loyce Broqdon and lim Diani headed
the news aatherinq staff of the Newsette, while
Harry Burt handled the features and Bob Muir
lulius Levy was kept busy the first half of each
week preparinq material for the Newsette since
he has been copy editor. The Newsette's pub'
licity director, Don Zieaenfuss, made sure that
the local papers had the latest news and infor
mation about Albany Hiah at least twice a week
FRONT ROW, left to riqht: I..
W d, I. B d , N. Sherrick.
oo rog on
SECOND ROW: I. Diani, B
Francis, D. Zieqenfuss. I. Levy.
BACK ROW: H. Burt, B. Muir, H. f
Iohnston. R. Fairbanks.
Circulation Manaaer Nancy Sherrick bundled
and distributed the Newsette to all classrooms
before noon on Fridays and made certain that all
student body card holders received papers.
The Newsette is printed in the hiqh school print
shop under the direction of Advisor C. A. Finn.
Linotype operators who contributed their serve
ices toward publication were Louis Mitchell, Elf
win Layton, Bob Heath, Andy Poirier and Bill
Georgette. Special thanks should be qiven to
Walter Qlafson, alumnus. Witlioiit his help the
school paper often would not have been ready
LEFT T0 RIGHT: E. Layton, B.
Heath, A. Poirer. L. Mitchell, B.
LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Bouchet. I
Diuni, B. Webb, F. Weinberg.
FRONT ROW, left to right: D.
Bouchet, D. Lauters, B. Davis. F.
Weinberg, E. Morgan, K. Friis, K.
Wood, G. Mm-kley. SECOND
ROW: I. Diani, S. Roderick, B.
Webb, B. Thunberq. I. Christie.
P. Harrison. B. Crawford, A
Goldman. THIRD ROW: D. Thomp-
son, B. Staqq, D. Boqer. BACK
ROW: R. Iohnson. S. Cebull, I.
Mai-cisco, G. Keppel, B. Stayton,
D. Shore. E. Layton, E. Eliason.
T. Flynn, H. Layton.
FRONT ROW, left to right: D.
Davey, B. Davis, B. Mcwhirter,
T. Furze, I. Darrah, K. McGraw.
R. Fairbanks, G. Gilbert, T,
Stewart, B. Hastings. D. Grosser.
SECOND ROW: D. Swanson. B.
Miller, D. Thompson. D. Bouchet,
L. Welch, I. Ostergaard, A. Bia-
sotti. D. Brown, T. Hanson, I. Mc-
Kenzie. THIRD ROW: B. Huskins.
D. Glines, W. Charter, I. Roberts,
B. Muir. I. Dicmi, A. Recxsoner.
D. Holland, D. Duunl. BACK
ROW: D. Easter, H. Layton, E.
Flegel, D. Lal-'ond. K. Nelson, I.
Kalberer. W. Elliott, I. Lax, D.
Gehb, C. Stanford, G. Mclfadin,
BLOCK "A" SOCIETY
FRONT ROW, left to right: B.
Castell, M. Williams, E. Flegel,
E. lacobson, H. Oversen, B. Davis,
K. McGraw, I. Ostergaard, D.
Easter. B. Muir, B. Francis, D.
Brown, B. Hastings. SECOND
ROW: B. Georgette, I. Dicmi, l.
Darrah, D. Bouchet, D. Grosser.
R. Matous, I. Kalberer, G. Gilbert,
T. Stewart, B. Stagg. BACK ROW:
D. Glines, D. Thompson, L. Welch,
E. Willis, L. Patton, D. Lu Fond,
W. Charter, B. Thatcher. I. Iohn-
son, G. Mclfadin, T. Labrenz. D.
SEATED, lei! to right: I. Diani
D. Durland, B. Webb, S. Rode
rick, B. Huskins. STANDING: B
Francis, A. Porier, D. Zieqenluss
A. Reasoner, P. Trapanese.
FRONT HOW, left to right: D
Cornell, M. Anderson, P. Clover
D. Roberts, R. Dallas, A. Gran
holt. BACK ROW: Mr. R. Yourd
G. Keppel, R. Wallace. R. Clark,
C. Schultz, I. Wakeman.
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DIRECTOR AND STUDENT
SEATED, lei! to right: S. Feinstein, Mrs. Iessie Dickey.
STANDING: I. Chapman, G. Hedquist.
'RONT HOW, left to riqht: H.
Jversen. D. Swanson, D. Thomp-
ton. P. Foley, E. Magazin, B.
Schultz. W. Wade, E. Long. BACK
KOW: D. Bouchet, D. Brown, L.
Valch, R. Fairbanks, K. McGraw.
B. Wilson, W. Asp.
RONT ROW, leit to right: R.
Iurphy, I. Carno, E. Thauberger,
. Penderqast, D. Iones, I. Bur-
ass. H. Dyer, I.. Netto, A.
arpo. BACK ROW: D. Ackel-
eln, D. Fisher, M. Norris, V.
Iocxmbor, M. Mooers, C. Hart-
man, L. Critser, R. Miller.
"ARSENIC AND OLD LACE"
Thirteen murders, by two mentally unbalanced but charif
table old maids, and their brother who thinks that he is
Theodore Roosevelt, provide mystery and comedy for the
Senior Play, "Arsenic and Old Lace."
The two charmina old ladies, Abby and Martha Brewster,
played respectively by Edith Magazin and Phyllis Eoley, mur'
der thirteen old aentlemen, mainly because the old codqers
were unhappy. Perhaps another reason was because the sis-
ters thouaht the roomers looked so peaceful after they died.
After each death the sisters and the brother "Teddy" CDon
Bouchetl, dispose of the bodies in the cellar.
Romantic interest is lent by the youna lovers, Elaine Har-
per tBarbara Schultzl and Mortimer Brewster CLylc Welchl a
nephew of the three elder Brewsters.
lonathan Brewster, the old maids' wayward brother, in the
form of Don Thompson but looking more like actor Boris Kar-
loff, and Dr. Einstein, another odd individual, played by Rus-
sell Eairbanks, cooperate to keep the plot lively.
The police frequently visit for afternoon tea and other social
calls to see how their lovely old friends are makinq out. The
"dumb cops" of the play are Police Lieutenant Rooney Clien-
neth "Sandy" McGrawl, and Officers Q'lrfara tDon Brownl,
Klein tBayard Wilsonl, and Brophy, the last played by Dave
SEATED, left to right: S. La Point
I. Norton, P. Foley. I. Lenes, M
Lowe, M. Granholt, P. Kane, E
Bakosh, I. Kerr, S. Andrews, A
Hall. STANDING: B. Hastings, B
Thatcher, S. Davis, M. Williams
D. Steele, I. Diani, I. Tilbury, E.
Fleqel, I. Nahmens.
SEATED, left to right: D. Stacy
L. Litmanen. I. Ingersoll, B. Hast-
ings. STANDING: D. La Fond. D.
Reed. D. Mattcx.
SEATED. left to right: P. Easley
R. Russo. M. Brcxidwood, M. Col
trin, N. Kaye. STANDING: I.
Evers. E. Platner. B. Lombard, M
FRONT ROW, leit to right: I
Willis, I.. Crichton, M. Boel-choif
I. Lenes, R. Russo, C. Malta, S
Nickolette. S. Patterson, I. Norton
N. Tarleton. SECOND ROW: I
Evers, I.. Boam. B. Leishmun, M
Zavattaro, I. Evans, E. Holmes
C. Iohnson. W. Robie.
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YEAR 1948, le!! to right: B. Dennett, S. Nickolette, C. Gannett, O. Webster.
1949, left to right: V. Chavez, A. Moore, D. Murdilla, B. Dennett.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Messrs. G
Chessum. I.. Callcm, H. Gabe!
FRONT ROW, left to right: Mr. G. Chessum, L. Welch, K. McGraw, D. Glines. G. Gilbert, B. Hastings, T.
Stewart. BACK HOW: I. Ostergcrard. I. Kalberer. B. Stagg, B. Thatcher, D. Thompson, R. Lee.
The Albany High Cougars, never given a
chance to take the Alameda County Athletic
League cage crown in the preseason ratings,
proved to be the most surprising team in the
Coach George Chessum's crew had a medi-
ocre practice season as they won only foul
games, while dropping six. The Cougars fought
to a first place tie with the Alameda Hornets
during the first round of league competition with
a 5 won, 1 lost record. The victims of many bad
breaks in the second round plus the loss ot their
All-County center Gale Erickson, cost Albany
the league title, while Alameda gained. Here is
a review of the league games.
One of the most startling upsets of the season
took place in the opening game of the first round
as Albany conquered the highly favored Berk--
eley Yellowjackets 45-39. El Cerrito fell 35-23,
and then the Cougars turned the Alameda Hor--
nets inside ,out 28-27 on Erickson's two free
throws in the last thirty seconds of the game,
Piedmont was slaughtered 43-23, and then we
met a red-hot Oiler team from Richmond and
were defeated 43-31. Hayward was humbled
42-31 as the first round ended.
The dismal second half of the race tor the
crown opened with a 45-29 loss to a torrid Berk-
eley quintg the loss of Erickson at half season
was very noticeable. The local cagers had to
fight to edge a weak Gaucho team 30-28, and
then lost a thriller to over-confident Alameda
32-31. The Cougars trampled Piedmont 29-17,
and ended the season with losses to Richmond
and Hayward, 44-30 and 34-33, respectively.
Here is the Varsity's 1948 A.C.A.L. record:
Albany, 45-39 Berkeley
Albany. . . .35-23 . . El Cerrito
Albany . .,.. 28-27 . . Alameda
Albany . H43-23. Piedmont
Albany ..,.... 31-43... . Richmond
Albany., . .. .. .42-31 . .... . Hayward
Albany.. . .. . 29-45 .. , Berkeley
Albany ., 30-23. El Cerrito
Albany . . 31-32 ,, ,, Alameda
Albany , 29-17 .... .. Piedmont
Albany 30-44... ..., ,. Richmond
Albany 33-34.. Hayward
FRONT ROW, left to right: E. Willis. manager: V. Chavez, D. Lauters. B. Georgette, Coach Bush. B. Castell,
D. Hoinzel. D. Marques, B. Glines. BACK ROW: J. Oliverio, L. Patton. A. Goldman. I. Capeluto, A. Porier,
K. Cox, B. Saunders. S. Davis. K. Wood.
ln one of their better seasons, the Albany High
Bee basketball team won fourteen games and
tasted defeat in but seven, finishing second
only to Berkeley, the Alameda County Athletic
League champions, with a league record of ten
wins and two losses.
What the Bees gave up in height to opposing
teams, they gained back in undying fight, for the
1947-48 squad was one of the scrappie-st ever.
Coach Leon Bush substituted freely throughout
the year and had a fresh team operating on the
floor most of every game.
The Bees of 47-48 will long be remembered for
their smooth style, determined aggressiveness,
and unmatched team work. The Cougar Bees
only league defeats came from the hands of the
Berkeley Yellowjackets and the Richmond Oil-
ers' by twelve and five points, respectively.
Here is the Bees' 1948 A.C.A.L. record:
,,,,. 30-25 ........,. .. ,,
,... 30-20 ,.,,,
Albany ,,,,.. , ,, .,,,,, ,28-40 ......
Albany , ,... M31-I9 ,,...
Albany ,....,,,. , ,,.,,,,, 40-39 ....,.., .
Albany H, M42-3l......,
Albany ,,,,, ,. .., ., 83-30,.,.,,,..
Albany ,,..., H42-l7 ...,.... .
FRONT ROW, left to right: I.. Patton. B. Castell, B. Georgette. G. Robin. E. Iacobsen, D. Heinzel, D. Luuters.
I. Miller, Mr. L. Callcm. BACK HOW: R. Mcxrenqo. E. Caldwell. E. Evans, T. Stewart, D. Diani. I. Kulberer,
R. Malous, D. Glines. I. Thorpe.
As the season came to an end back in the mid-
dle of May, it was evident to everyone that the
1948 edition of the Albany High baseball team
was one of the better clubs to represent the
school in recent years.
The Cougar nine under the capable guidance
of Coach Len Callan was one of the most bal-
anced teams of the Alameda County Athletic
League. The local baseballers were blessed with
fine pitching, heavy hitting, and on the base
paths, plenty of speed.
Up to the time of this writing, the Cougars
were breezing along at a perfect clip, having
beaten such worthies as the California Frosh,
Vallejo and St. Mary's High schools without a
single defeat. Based on their outstanding pre-
season performances, the Cougar nine was
established as a definite threat to the league
crown along with Berkeley, Alameda and Rich-
The members of the Albany team in their bat-
ting order read Lou Patton, center field: Bill
Georgette, second base, Ray Matous, catcher,
Don Lauters, shortstop: Eldridge Iacobsen, first
base: Dan Glines, left fieldg Tom Stewart, right
field, lim Thorpe, third base. The mound chores
were shared between southpaws Bill Castell and
Ernie Caldwell and righthander Iohn Kalberer.
For utility men Coach Callen had such versatile
players as Dick Heinzel, Ron Marengo, Ed Willis,
Ed Evans, Iim Miller, Tom Furze, Gary Robin and
Don Diani. The last named player broke a bone
in his foot and was laid up most of the year. Dick
Grosser, heavy-hitting catcher, was ineligible for
competition, but served under Coach Callan as
a trainer throughout the season.
The Cougars, in much the same way as the
record-breaking l944 outfit, were handicapped
by heavy rains in early season, and the March
schedule was never the same from one day to
FRONT ROW, left to right: D. Easter, I. Darruh. S. Davis. D. Stacy, E. Flegel, I. Fox. BACK ROW: Mr. G.
Chessum. G. Mcfcxdin. B. Mcwhirter, G. Sorensen. P. Trcxpenese. W. Charter, B. Muir.
Under the tutelage ot Coach George Chessum,
Albany High's tennis team enjoyed a successful
season. Bolstered by a number of veteran play-
ers trom last year's l947 campaign and numers
ous rookie prospects who will return next year,
the team earned the respect ot all its opponents.
Two of Albany's racket wielders, lack Darrah
and Don Easter, were chosen to represent the
school at the Monterey Prep Tennis Tourney dur-
ing the Easter Vacation. Although these two boys
did not win any ot the individual laurels, they
proved themselves great competitors and sports-
Four netmen will be lost tor next year's coin-
petition by graduation, but the remaining men,
most of whom have two years' experience, leave
Coach Chessum with tar better than a discour-
aging situation. New prospects will till those
places vacated by seniors and with veteran play-
ers, Albany should have a successful season.
FRONT ROW, left to right: B. Hastings. D. Boqer, B. McNamara. B. Dennett. V. Bigqio. G. Mclfadin. I. Levy.
B. Nelson. SECOND ROW: D. Durland. D. Viets, B. Davis. D. Daunt. B. Saunders. P. Trapenese. B. Webb.
S. Roderick, manager. BACK ROW: D. Battles, N. Milton. D. La Fond, T. Labrenz, I. Hart, I. Roberts, D. Reed.
Although handicapped by early season rains,
a poor track for practice, and a definite lack of
student body interest in track, the Cougar thin-
clads still had what might be called a successful
Albany was well represented in contests such
as the Cal Aggie Picnic, a state-wide meet which
is held every year in the town of Davis, the Ala-
meda County Athletic League track finals, and
the many local events in which the team partici-
Coach Harry Gabel built the team around the
talents of three boys who completed their high
school track careers this season.
Darrell "Tiny" La Fond, a returning letterman,
excelled in both the shot-put and discus throw.
Bob Davis, Albany's outstanding hurdler last
year, also ran the quarter mile and put the shot.
Bill Hastings, for two years the top Cougar miler,
ran the half-mile and the 220-yard dash.
As the season came to a close, many of the
trackmen came through with their best perform-
ances. This gave strength to the belief that in
the next few years Albany High will have a
team equal to the great team of 1942, when the
Cougar cindermen finished first in the state-wide
meet at Davis.
FRONT ROW, left to right: V. Smith, W. Hunuhcxn, G. Lockhart, H. Layton, I. Lax, G. Marriott, D. Steele.
BACK ROW: B. Milligan. G. Gan-els, R. Melbye. G. Markley. I. McConnell. A. Poirier.
The Albany High Bee track team again experienced a successful season,
under the new mentor Harry Gabel. Coach Gabel walked into a most discourag-
ing post when he accepted the track coaching job, but he worked long and
hard with his boys and had a better than average squad.
Some of the Bee thinclads accompanied the Varsity on the Cal Aggie Picnic
at Davis, and many of them were represented in the Alameda County Athletic
League track finals at Edwards Field.
Although the Bee cindermen lacked depth in almost every event, they did
not fail to win their share ot the meets. Many of Coach Gabel's boys were young
freshmen and had no experience in the sport. With their increasing development
in the next few years, Albany can look toward much stronger track teams.
The outstanding tracksters and high-point winners during the season were
lack Lax in the low hurdles, pole vault and high jump 7 330-yard dash, shot-put and
relay man Andy Poirier: Don Gehb in the 1320 and the high jumpp Herb Layton
in the 75 and 150-yard dashes, 660-yard run man Bob Stebbins, and Gary Mer-
riott in the 330-yard dash.
FRONT ROW. left to right: M. Crichton, M. Yunaqi, A. Ostergaurd, L. Crichton. M. Boehkcfi. B. Kline.
SECOND ROW: Mr. G. Chessum, M. Williams, V. Riggio. D. Boger. R. Garner. BACK ROW: D. Syminqton.
R. Tevlin, I. Hash. I. Lax.
The Albany High School tumbling team was
composed of nine boys and seven girls who have
a talent for acrobatics and like to tumble.
Coach George Chessum, advisor for the team,
was present at their weekly meetings after
school when the team met to practice together.
Vitto Riggio was the boys' leader, and Peggy
Crichton led the girls in their stunts.
This year's team was the biggest that had ever
represented Albany High, and at this writing,
promised to be one of the best that Albany has
In their first public appearance, the team per-
formed before the Cornell Grammar School's
Dad's club: the next performance was at the
Block "A" Society's annual "Sport Night" where
the tumbling team put on a display of their
prowess. At the annual Public Schools Week
they tumbled in the gym for the benefit of the
visiting parents and friends. For their final per-
formance they were called on to entertain the
Marin School Dad's club, and they received or
loud round of applause at the end of their show.
Most of the members of the tumbling team will
be back in the fall, and this will undoubtedly
help in next year's team.
HTHLETES - JUIIE 1948
FRONT ROW, left to right: I. Dicni, K. McGraw. D. Easter, B. Francis, B. Davis. B. Muir. SECOND ROW: B.
McNemar, D. Bouchet. D. Grosser, L. Welch, B. Slclqq, D. Reed. BACK ROW: E. Ccxldwell, D. Glines, I. Oster-
. , guard. B. Georgette, D. LaFond, D. Ziegeniuss.
FRONT ROW, left io right: D. Brown, G. Mclfctdin, B. Hcslings, A. Goldman. BACK ROW: I. Roberts, D. Brinl
inger, T. Lcxbrenz. W. Charter, C. Kissner, B. Stewcn-1.
HTHLETEKS - JFIIIUHRV 1949
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