Amador County High School - Skip Yearbook (Sutter Creek, CA)

 - Class of 1937

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7 M1 Q I 1. tx-'Xa if Q , f 4 , W ., ,QV fa F' ' 'K cf Music WEBSTER: Music: The science or art of pleasing, expressive, or intelligible combination of tones. WE SAY: A school activity which has taught us that sweet melody is of hor- rible noises born. Under the direction of Mr. van Thiel, this department boasts two large choruses and excellent orchestras, galore, this year. For the first time, student musicians played for the operetta. A combined group from Jackson and Sutter Creek, organized to play for dances, has been much in demand at both school and public functions. Last but not least, the '4Freshman Hay- wiresl' put on programs and took part in the operetta. Mention of the operetla brings us to the dramatic event of the year. A jolly vehicle, "And It Rainedw, gave opportunity to thirty-two chorus mem- bers and principals to display their histrionic gifts. Financially and artis- tically, the annual show was its usual splendid success. Every member of the Student Body is grateful to Mrs. Stanley Fulkerson who, as accompanist, spent many afternoons and evenings going over and over the music with the singers. The work of Mr. Fulkerson in the orchestra is also deeply appreci- ated. The following students had the pain and pleasure of staging this production: Mr. Wise. hotel proprietor, Edwin Paredesg Mrs. Wise, Goldina Law- son: Maibelle Rich, Louise Nettle: her father, John Rich, John Aime: her brother, Curley, Leo Poletti: Steele Black, John Voss: his daughter, Mazie, Kate Gonzales: his son, Dennis, Robert Towsley: Mlle. Caray, a heart break- er, Frances Digitale: Fred, a college hero, Melvin Yen, Jack, another, Ed- ward Tofanellig bell boy, Willie Vukajlovichg waitresses: Lola Hamrick, Edna Marie Herrerra, Josephine Gonzales. Boys of the college Glee Club: Jack Digitale, Robert Lagomarsino, John Sargent, Olney Bryant, and Louis Spinetti. Dancers: Julia Vasilovich, Barbara Lawrence, Marguerite Mc- Ghan, Edith Ludekins, and Antoinette Boskovich. Cowboy Orchestra: Alfred Muscatelli, Donald Bennett, Angelo Piccardo, Clarence Piccardo, John 29

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1 1,1 gui i ? X f ix K ' N of .4 suv: il' ' ik E 'Gi N, Y l 'bg 'f 'Rf "1 ,ox I ff,.3- 4 B fi J 1' I I ' Q et, "'1 -QW vs EQ? H I ftfgmhnupdll l dlllup. X Y t 5' w 3. 1 GIL1- If ,gf l 7 "N l e, at O J qw I 5 ., ads- f, 6 The Butte WEBS'1'ER: Butte: A conspicuous isolated hill or small mountain. HERE: A lively periodical containing a record of student work and play from term to term. Eagerly awaited every month, the school paper has more than come up to expectations this year. Under the editorship of Ruth Jones, the first semester, and Barbara Lee Sargent, the second, an entertaining accurate journal has been published. The "Jacksonian" is especially grateful to "The Butte". From it, the calendar editor gleaned facts for the record of school happenings. The staff for the first half: Ruth Jones, editor, Barbara Lee Sargent, assistant editor, Dolores Danilovich, literary, Dan Churich, manager, Raymond Toye, assistant manager, Ellena Burgin, girls' sports, Edwin Smith, boys' sports, Jean Boitano, shop, Mary Lucot, jokes, Joyce Sauer, art, John Voss, senior reporter, Donna Fontenrose, junior reporter, Mary Ferdani, sophomore reporter, Jim Smalltield, freshman reporter, stencilers, Typing II Class. A For the second: Barbara Lee Sargent, editor, Dolores Danilovich, news, Edwin Smith, fun, Raymond Toye, manager, Charles Dermond, as- sistant manager, Mary F erdani, girls, sports, Edwin Paredes, boys, sports, Olney Bryant, shop, Alta Sauer, senior reporter, Ellena Burgin, junior re- porter, Jean Boitano, sophomore reporter, Frances Digitale, freshman re- porter, Lorraine Aparicio, jokes, Coldina Lawson, art. One person is always on the staff, Miss W'arren, its guiding spirit, centers the attention of the students not only on journalism but also on mechanical perfection. From the first capital letter to the final period of each edition, she is "ou the job", offering constructive criticism and much needed encouragement. 28



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Sargent, Stanley Vasilovich, Robert Smith, Staples Engles, and Louis Spinet- ti. Chorus: Anne Butierovich, Dolores Danilovich, Betty Vela, Edith Brown- lie, Leslie Inks, Audrey Digitale, Joyce Sauer, Julie Price. Prompter, Marie Smithg curtain, Abelino Fuentesg lights, Jack Cuneog properties, Frances Raggiog costumes, Katherine Freguliag makeup, Ellena Burgin. Orchestra: M1'. and Mrs. Stanley F ulkerson, Barbara Lee Sargent, Wilda June Getchell, Paul Brunner, Robert Smith, Jack Brownlie, Robert Shea, and Staples Engles. Members of the dance orchestra are: from Jackson, Robert Shea, Staples Engles, Edwin Paredes, Grace Vela, Robert Towsley, Robert Lago- marsino, Wilda June Getchell, Paul Brunner, Barbara Lee Sargent, from Sutter Creek, Charles Quirolo, Albert Upton, Claudine Murphy, and Jack Tarn. They have filled engagements in Sutter Creek, Jackson, Shenandoah Valley, lone, and Plymouth. LIFE Life to me is a sweet song, That one can sing from dusk 'til dawn. To laugh and play and hope the right Will make the future always bright. And then again it's strange as fiction, Being like a play. Where one pretends with glamorous diction, That life is ever gay. I know not what is life's queer plang Nor what may happen in years that span, That snuff the candle's last sweet breath, And bring the peace of lasting death. Goldina Lawson, '39 and Donna Fontenrose, '38 30

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