Analy High School - Azalea Yearbook (Sebastopol, CA)
- Class of 1951
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A long-awaited dream became a thrilling reality
this year when the first football game of the season
was brightly illuminated by our fine new football
lights. The students of Analy Union High School
would like to express their appreciation to the Sebas-
topol and G-uerneville Rotary Club members who
obtained the necessary funds so rapidlyg to Mr. H. L.
Hotle, president of the Lighting Fund Inc., for his
leadership and untiring effortsg to Mr. L. A. Duffield
for his enthusiastic help: to the custodian staff of our
school for their assistance: to the generous contractors
who reduced their prices in order to aid the project:
and to the many public-spirited citizens of our com-
munity who purchased lighting fund certificates. The
efforts and generosity of these people have made it
possible for Analy Union High School to have the
most modernly lighted football field in Northern Cali-
fornia, and to them we dedicate this book.
When seniors arrive at the end of their four year sojourn in high school, they often
ask the question, "Wliat now is my part in the scheme of things?"
You can help to distill some of the good out of the present world condition. One
result may be that in your time you will be able to control this human plague called
"War," just as men of our time controlled the yellow fever. You may help to erect a
world order in which it will never be possible again for one man's wickedness to be-
come all men's curse.
Your own country thanks to the fathers who built ith-is intact. Never at any place,
at any time, have any people developed so free a life as your people have developed in
America. And with their original principles, they could develop it anywhee on eirth,
if they had to. There are many who tell you that your country is imperfect, and it is, as
the orchard in blossom is imperfect compared to the orchard in fruit. And in unreilegtive
minds this often gives rise to a demand for radical change. Radical, violent change is the
word of the destroyer who would burn the orchard down because blossoms have not yet
become apples, and it is the "escape" of the weak-minded who would avoid the lnbog
of cultivating the orchard. Arnerica's ruling word in her creative days was not violent
change but development. Let the orchard grow and fulfill itself in fruit, give the fertile
American principle roorn and the time, and an educated free electorate, and it will
abundantly justify itself.
This is where you fit into the scheme of things.
MR. LAURENCE A. DUFFIELD,
Left to right: Gladys M. Brown, president: Donald M. Scott, clerk: Laurence A. Duffield, principal:
H. L. Hotle, Burton M. Travis, Lawrence W. Carrillo.
There is no greater public service than that rendered by the board of trustees of any
public school. The school which we have at Analy today is due in a very large part to
the public-spirited men and women who are serving now, and who served in the past
as trustees. The board of trustees is the policy-making body of the school. lt is the func-
tion of the administrative staff to carry out these policies. The board, elected by the pub-
lic, serves for a threefyear term of office. Their legal authority comes from the state con-
stitution and the education code. Their decision on school matters is final.
Mrs. Gladys M. Brown, Guerneville, is president of the board and has served on the
board since 1946.
Mr. Donald M. Scott is clerk and has Served Since 1948.
Mr. Burton M. Travis has served on the board since 1939. 1-fe has held the office of
clerk and president for several terrns.
Mr. H. L. 1-lotle was elected in 1946 and has served as clerk for several terms.
Mr. Lawrence Carrillo has served since 1947.
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BACK ROW flcft to riglltj Lynn McLean, Floyd Roberts, Bob Fletcher, Joan Holloway, Mrs. Felciano, Mrs. Weeks. Mrs.
Williams, Bill Murrav, Don Ameiit, Lowell Dawson.
FRONT ROW: Eddie Felciano. Lois Pinkston, Jackie Harbeck, Carol Hodges, Nadine Wetch. Ruth Wcathcrs. Jackie Howe,
Left to right: G. Thomas, K. Knighi, C. Hillard, S. Clausen, E. Willhlte, R. Kitchel. S, Lampman, B. Evans.
Left to right: M. Moniz, R. Willhite, L. Lampman, G. Patteron. J, Lewis. C. Moisan.
FALL STUDENT CQUNQII.
Lett to right: Warren Carrotlmrs. Larry Clark, Karin Beskow, Don Ament, Marilyn
Taber, Dick Ament, Harold Tilliughast. Dnn Starr, Gaea Freimund, JoAnn Illiugcr,
Glorya Lund, Audrey Paulson. Sunny Hendryx, Nancy Robertson. Ron Crawford. Fall Student Body President:
Standing: Mr. Crump. Don Starr
Left to rigln.: Roi MacKenzie, Dick Shonc, Virginia New. Marilyn Taber. Valerie Spring Student Body President
Saput, Dick Ament. Don Starr. Harold Tillingliast, Ron Crawford. Gerry Williams. Harold Tillinghast
Pat Warner, Audrey Paulson, Nancy Robertson, Don Amcnt.
Standing: qleft to right! Sam Little, Mr. Crump, Tom King.
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Left to right: Shirlee Hayes, secretary-treasurer, first semester: Harry Batlin,
vice-pre sident, first semester 5 Ronnie Crawford, president, first semester 3 Rod
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president, second semesterg Helen Watkins, secretary-treasurer, second semester.
SENICDI2 CLASS t-IISTCDIQY
At the end of each high school year, a class of seniors in caps and gowns receive
their diplomas. For three years we have watched graduation, but this year it is different.
We are the class in caps and gowns on the stage. After four wonderful years of study and
fun, it is our turn to graduate and leave Analy-to go on to college, to enter the service
of our country, or to earn a living.
We have been a busy class this year, beginning with the senior - faculty basketball
game on November 30th, which we won easily, 48-38. Harold Tillinghast, student body
vice-president, organized the game and the dance which followed.
Our Senior Dance, December 8th, was a real success. The theme, "Snowball" was well
carried out by the senior president for the fall semester, Ron Crawford and his committee:
Dick Ament, Gaea Freimund, Marilyn Taber, Henry Bohn, Ellen Searby and Pat Drummond.
We think everyone will agree that the senior play of l95l "Strictly Formal" was one
of the best. On April 6th the confused plot, funny lines and fine acting appealed to all who
packed our auditorium. The play was based on the efforts ot several girls to get dates for
their prom. The cast was chosen by Mr. Coenen and expertly directed by Mrs. Miller. lt
included Valerie Saput, Dorothy Canelis, Marilyn Taber, Bod MacKenzie, Sylvia Henning'
sen, Harold Tillinghast, Virginia New, Ron Perry, Dave McLean, lackie Scheuer, Dick
Gambogi, Bob Perry, Glorya Lund, Mary Whelan, Clarice Miller and Gladys Ginesi.
Old Clothes Day, April 27th, brought the seniors to school dressed in costumes of
the "Gay Ninetiesf' The student body thoroughly enjoyed the program presented to show
off the amusing and original ensembles.
On April 30th when the students took over the school and town government, it was
the seniors who managed the "revolution." Under the leadership of student body president
Harold Tillinghast, the seniors elected the following as city officials: mayor, Ron Crawford,
and councilmen, Don Starr, Marilyn Taber, Rod MacKenzie and Larry Clark. Principals
Harry Batlin and Henry Bohn and vice principals Wayne Collinsworth and Ron Perry ruled
the school office.
We all enjoyed the feast at the senior luncheon, May 8th, in the Masonic Temple.
Swimming at Big Sandy Beach in Monte Bio made our senior picnic on May 18th the
best school day we've ever missed.
We thank the juniors for the wonderful prom they gave us. "Moonlight and Roses"
was a super theme and they did a fine job with it.
With baccalaureate Iune 3rd, graduation Iune 8th and the graduation dance we
finished four years at Analy which none of us will ever forget. We appreciate all that our
friends and teachers have done to make our years at Analy fun as well as worthwhile.
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JUNICDI2 CLASS HISTORY
At the beginning of the 1950-51 school year, there were nineteen members of the jun-
ior class in the California Scholarship Federation.
Class rings were ordered the first part oi the school year, and were received in Ianuary.
Every year, representatives from Analy attend Boys' and Girls' State in Sacramento in
Iune. The girls chosen this year were Ftoxie Frazier and Karin Beskow, and the boys were
Tom King and Iohn Ratclitte.
In the "mental strain" departments, prizes for the best essay on "Freedoms Open
Door" were awarded by the American Legion. First prize winner in this contest was Bev-
erly Warner. Barbara Barborka and Ioanne Leland tied for second prize.
Although the senior girls usually win the prize for the best skit at the Girls' Iinx, this
year this "record" was broken by the juniors. The prize-winning skit was called "Cinder-
ella" and was really hilarious.
In the Scholastic Art Awards Contest, sponsored annually by The Emporium in San
Francisco, several Analy students won prizes of gold keys. The juniors who received them
were Rose Logue, Frieda Wetch, and Etsuko Akutagawa.
The biggest event of the year was the junior-senior prom. The theme was "Moonlight
and Roses," and was held on May 25. All the iuniors worked hard to make it a big success.
Left to right: Karin Beskow, secretary-treasurer, first semesterg John Ratcliffe,
vice-president, second semesterg Tom King, president, second semester: Sunny
Hendryx, president, first semester: Mr. Knight, advisor: Arlene Harris, secretary-
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reasurer, secon semes er
Not pictured: Virginia Johnson, vice-president, first semester.
MR. KNIGHT'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW: Gloria Badger, Barbara June Barborka. Muriel Baughman, Jewel Babcock, Christine Alves. Nancy Barker.
SECOND ROW: Jinx Abeel. Robert Bettendorf, Mr, Knight, George Baker, David Brians.
THIRD ROW: Ets Akntagawa, Jackie Bradley. Rose Albiani, Karin Beskow, Florence Bates, Bobbie Anderson. Joanne Bntnlia,
MR. KESLER'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW: Eddie Pelciano, Fred Falck, Dino Facendini. Albert Fletcher. Gary Clark, Robert Ccok. Bob Finch.
SECOND ROW: Philip Favlor, Larry Coppock, Doris Franklin, Mr. Kesler, Jane Davis. Victor Dotti, Glenn Cooper.
THIRD ROW: Dolores Cinqnini. LaRae Carrey. Nita Clary, Nancy Cnssins, Nancy Coombes. Pat Choate, Roxie Frazier.
MR. HOHL'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW: Harry Johnson, Irwin Hall, Roy Hcathershaw, Ei Johnston, Edwin Giovannini. Bob Horn. Norman Gliinberg.
SECOND ROW: Ernest Jarvis, Ben Haley, Sunny Hendryx, Mr. Hohl, Dolores Hammell. Barry Hocking. Gerald Green.
THIRD ROW: Marilyn Johnson, Donna Johnson. Gerry Gnlledge. Norma Jackson, Ann Hull. Arlene Harris, Florence
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MR. SNYDER'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW: James Mt-Coy, Don Osborn, Ray Kelsay, David Knox, Lynn McLean, Prank Morabito, Leo Lefor, Tom King.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Snyder, Joanne Leland, Ruth Morita, Alice Marshall. Ann Lorenzo, Pauline Kuninioto, Gloria Moyle,
THIRD ROW: Elaine Owens, Bonnie Norris. Rose Logue, Bette Murray, Carol Kelly, Eileen Meyer, Olive Miller.
MISS SCHMIDT'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW: Charles Shore. Don Sondergaard, Peter Portniati, Ross Soniners, Richard Rutledge, John Ratcliffe, Joe Rust
Lucky Parks, Hal Porter,
SECOND ROW: Joe Perlrini, Dale Smith, Betty Porter, Barbara Shook, Miss Schmidt, Claudia Pasquinelli, Marian Reyn-
olds, Anton Rust. Ed Pitt.
THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Roberts. Bobbie Jean Roberts, Lois Pinkston, Mary Ellen Smith. Jeannie Ragsclale, Barbara Shelley,
Ruth Richardson, Mary Senn.
MRS. MATTHEWS' ADVISORY
BACK ROW: Merton Tyrrell. Calvin Whitt. Stanford Speer, Cal Stinnett, Roger Stange, Bill Weeks, Gary Tier, Bob Triebel,
SECOND ROW: Kittie Swanson. Volkine van der Star, Bernice Triggs, Frieda Wetch, Jeannette Vellutini, Mrs. Matthews
Helene von Metiutz, Wanda Williamson, Florence Stefenoni.
THIRD ROW: Thorn White, Leona Stocker, Ruth Weathers, Lavon Speer, Kay Valentine, Anita Tacldeueci, Marie Sugiyama.
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Left to right: Sne Abbott, secretary-treasurer second semester:
Nadine Wetch, secretary-treasurer, first semester: Dick Shone,
president, second semester: Warren Carrothers, president, first
remesterg Mr. Forssell, zidvisorg Marvin Mays, vice-president, second
semester: Ed Barrett, vice-president, first scrnestcr.
SQPHGMOIQE CLASS I-IISTCDRV
This year the sophomores gave the ninth graders and new students their usual wel-
come with the Freshmen Reception on Septcmber 28, l95U. Everyone seemed to enjoy
himself with the entertainment, dancing, and refreshments.
The class officers for tho fall were: Warren Carrothers, president, Ed Barrett, vice-
presidentg and Nadine Wetch, secretary-treasurer. The officers who were elected for the
sprinq semester were: Dick Shone, president: Marven Mays, vicefpresidentg and Sue Ab-
Sophomore students who won honors for their art work this year were Ioan Witlierell,
Dolores Fullerton, Pat Roberts, and Terry Schulz.
The students of the sophomore class who were members of the C. S. F. included:
Laulette Evans, Harry Finch, Frances lohnston, Rod Matthews, ludy Mukaida, Bob Pauley,
Robert Wetcli, Micheil Vidaver, Nancy Robertson, and Mary Kinq.
MR. FORSSELL'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW Cleft to right! Richard Brodt. Jerry Avila, Bob Caniff. Stanley Briggs, Warren Carrothers, Ed Barrett, Elbert
Bressic. Mike Burke.
SECOND ROW: Shirice Brandt, Gerry Andrews, Katie Brown, Mr. Forssell, Jennie Babcock. Barbara Call
THIRD ROW: Carole Brzishcar, Sue Abbott, Francis Bentzen, Pat Bentzen, Mary J. Caddel, Rita Albinni. Mary Alderson.
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BACK ROW cleft to right! Charlie Crouch. Feb Collins, Andy DeVilbiss, Toni Dannecker. Leonard Cobb, Joe Christensen,
William Cook, Harry Finvh. Gary Drnninzoiil.
SECOND ROW: Manuel Dames, Ronnie El.ler, Louie Di:1gw.ll, Jack Dei. Lowell Dawson, Calvin Deramo. Darlene Cooper,
Miss Rivhardson, Norma Curtis, Bob Fletcher. Dnnie Coppock, Don Dnckhorn, Ronleigh Dale. Coy Deal.
EHIRD ROW: Connie Falck, Linda Etchison, Helen Fisher. Shirley Faris. Connie Chamberlain, Barbara Collin, Lanlette
MR. MAGGIORA'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW lleft to rluhtl Robert Hansmann, Henry Hoffman, Don Hansen, Dale Howard, Stefan Gndjehnsen. Don Gomez,
Jlni Iliggins, Divk Gardiner, Herb Genelly.
SECOND ROW: Lester Gooiisell. Roger Hicks, Marian Hodges, Carol Griffin, Pat Henry. Betty Goff. Jackie Howe, Mr.
Maggiora, Thelma Garner, Gay Hillard, Barbara Heflin, Gwen Higinbothain. Joan Hardisty. Arlene Giovannini, Glenn
Gaskins, Ted Hansen,
THIRD ROW: Joan Helmstein, Barbara Gnalco. Dolores Fullerton. Frances Frigerio. Jean Hutton, Evelyn Haire, Shirley
MR. B. EVANS ADVISORY
BACK ROW lleft to right! Nivky Malahovsky, Bob Irwin, Albert Keith, Elbert Keith, Joe Kuppi, Marvin Mays.
SECOND ROW: Mr. B. Evans, Allen Jolliff, Bernard Kinder, Carol Jordan, Patricia Kirk, Emily Martinelli. Larry Larson,
Bill Kina, Franklin Lirklider.
THIRD ROW: Lois Johnson, Dorothy Jones. Mary King. Frances Johnston. Barbara Keck. Margaret Kirtley, Norma Keeler.
Hawk, Mary Lon Hahn. Gladys Hanks.
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BACK ROW cleft to right! Yoshi Oaoyaina. Wayne Nelson. Bob Pauley. Jack Monacelli. Jun McGee. Don McAuley, Derry
Mullaly, Richaixl Nuttinq, Buh McDonell.
SECOND ROW: Gene MvDougle. Marianne Mnscon. Virginia Pate, Doris McAlvain, Miss Thompson, Joan MIlllPYlllIlkCI'. Joyre
McCuan, Ava McKean. Glen Newton.
THIRD ROW: Kathleen Osborn. .Indy Mukairla, Ecltla Murphy, Drusilla Paul, Barhara Morris. Nunn-y MvDonall, Dorothy
Nurfleet. Earlene Mm'Kenua. Jean Moberg.
MR. D. EVAN'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW ileft to riighti Paul Pete. Walter Rickett. Jim Pelniulcler, Dick Shone. Ed Scarhy. George Polley. Clinton
Rose, Burnett Rohhins, John Root.
SECOND ROW: Terry Schulz. Leslie Sienier, Eudora Ramsey. Margaret Roberts. Lucretia Roberts. Bertie Schultz, Mr. D.
Evans. Nancy Rolmrtsmi. Pat Roherts. Grace Rust, Elsie Robcrtr. Robert Pitkin.
THIRD ROW: Shirley Silva. Lorraine Silva. Glenda Rounds. Edith Ruch, Larlonna Svhieher. Iinaleta Rigqle. Mary Rnhoi-ts.
MR. COENEN'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW tleft to risilitl Glenn Ungewitter. Rudy Tulipani, EfIW1lI'lI Waller, Rnhert NVeti'h, Mivhael Vixlaver. Bill Sunke,
Don Wester, Forrest Youiig. Gene Smith.
SECOND ROW: Billie Waters. Marylane Williams, Norinale Smith, Mr. Cocnen. Ruth Winkler. Clnyono Yanianioto. Sharon
Walker, Beverly Taft.
THIRD ROW: Shirley Stahl. Ruby'Vaughn, Carolien van der Star, Jean Witherell, Joan Volt, Nadine Wetvh, .Tully Val
entinc, Alexia Sokolis. Adrienne Smith.
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Left to right: Claudia. Gonsalves, secretary-treasurer, first sem-
ester, Peggy Rock, vice-president, first semester: Don Ament, presi-
dent, first and second semestersg Ken Taber, vice president, second
semesterg Miss Jensen, advisorg Verde Doty, secretary-treasurer,
PRES!-IMEN CLASS HISTORY
The students in the class of l95-4 received their first taste of high school social life at
the Freshmen Reception on September 28, l950 when the sophomores and faculty Wel-
comed them to Analy. The dancing and refreshments were enjoyed by all.
The main activity for the fall semester was the election of officers. The following were
chosen to represent the class: Don Ament, president: Peggy Rock, vice-president, Claudia
Gonsalves, secretary-treasurer. The officers for the spring semester were president, Don
Ament, vice-president, Ken Taber and secretary-treasurer, Verda Doty.
Freshmen who distinguished themselves by becoming members of the C. S. F. were:
Phoebe Allen, lean Helmstein, Glenn Howard, Edward Knight, Raymond Sandretto,
Agnes Shideler, Lois Veazey and Carol von Metnitz.
Representatives from this class who worked on the committee to organize the school
clean-up campaign were Don Ament and Ken Taber.
This year's freshmen class is proud of one of its own, Phoebe Allen, who won second
prize in the National Wildlife Federation Art Contest, junior high school division.
MISS JENSEN 'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW ileft to riglitl Don Anient. Larry Camotta, Marvin Carlile, Robert Barker, James Briggs, Tom Center, Eldon
Brown, John Bressie.
SECOND ROW: Donald Blank, Alfred Bohny, Zella Bradley, Della Ballard, Phoebe Allen, Irma Allred, Sylvia Busby, Lawrence
Blron. Jean Badger.
THIRD ROW: Ruth Baumgartuer, Pierra Borra, Dolores Bohdanov, Miss Jensen, Dorothy Bohdanov, Beatrice Buhler,
Wilma Burris. ,
MISS LORRAINE'S ADVISORY
RACK ROW tlvft tn riglitl .Iiniiny Cronsr-. Bill Clark. .Tal-k Clark, Lawrf-nc'v Fmtvr. Rivliarrl Dnvlriy. Sianlvy Daw-irn, Erin'
Falvk. Jnlin Dolvln
SECOND ROW: Dvnnls Dunipsvy, Lvroy Dnvv. Paul Davis, VVayn0 Cny, Mary Janv I"lf'tn'l1vr. Sllirlvy Clinin-li. Rarlxara
Fowler. Jerry Ford, Clifford Evkcrt, .Talncs Flint.
THIRD ROW: Pa! Dulan. Vcnla Duty. Anpgr-la :ln Maitvi. Br-H0 Clagg. Dvannn Dixon. Jarkir- Cnnmln-N, lilmrla 01.11-yi .Ir-.qu
MRS. GALE'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW llvft in rip-1litF Bill Gnri. Glvnn Howard. Ronny Glazirler, Jnstns Frr-ininnel. Harvvy Frvv-. Martin Gnllmlqv. Dirk
Frvzlrirks, Ted Gnllllicvl-2,
SECOND ROW: Elton Have:-1, Charles Horn, Aaggv Hoffman, Virkic' Prvvnian. Bolslnv lnfgraliani. .l.n'qnvlnn- Ilarln-vk, Bm-ky
Grvz-iw. Carol Ilmlgos, Norma llvlgrvn. Vvrnnn Ilmlapp. Bill Hnff.
THIRD ROW. Clanrlia Gonsalvvs. Hr-lon Ivvrsnn. .Ivan Ilcnslvy, Sliirlvy Harrison. lN'Irs Gala. I".iyv Ilall. .Ivan IIi'IlllhIi'llI,
Yvnnnr' Harlgma. Sandra Iluslwy.
MR. WORWOOD'S ADVISORY
RACK ROVV tlvfi to right! l'rvs!fni Jnnr-S. Gvorgn Km-fn-. Mc-lvin Lvv. Hllwarrl Knight. Dirk M.1rinl,1. Bill I.:--wlikv, .Inn
Javksnn. Dan Mnxwvll. Bill liirtll-y.
SECOND ROW: LM- Keck. Arvil Martin. Jini Martin. Zita Kramer. Donna Loigliton, Mary Join-s. Vir-ginia Jarvis. Bnlrlry
Lanv. Cliarlvs Marshall. Yllkin Kimura.
THIRD ROW: Marilyn Makaroff, Virginia Lnzzi, Barbara Kawa, Jnyvv Kr-lsay. .Ii-.un INIili'Dflll.lI4I, Rn-vvrly .livin-R. .lnanita
MR. BERGEN'S ADVISORY
IRACK ROW tleft to righti Bob Mclntire, Louis Perry, Troy Perdue, Alfred Nott, Bill Murary, Eddie Nevarez. Armando
SECOND ROW: Louise Osborn, Arlene Mitchell. Paul Pell, John Pelmulder. Warren Powers. Frank Planer, Dale Noland,
Bob Nielsen, David Mowry, Prank Montedcoca. Patricia Morse, JIIIIC Petersen.
THIRD ROW: Caroline Peoples, Rose Morita, Pat Napoli, Nancy Petersen, Darlecn Purcell. Sandra Phillips, Jackie Pauley.
MISS SNYPP'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW tleft to right! Richard Skinner, Burl Robbins, Don Reed, Raymond Sandretto, Maurice Silva, Harry Silva,
SECOND ROW: Mike Scully. Ernest Ruch. Barry Schmidt. Clyde Remstedt, Edith Renk, Norman Shuster, Elzie Recser.
THIRD ROW: Ella Seavers. Mildred Smith, Peggy Rock, Laura Shelley, Miss Snypp, Shirlee Smith, Esther Schellenberg,
Carol Smith, Agnes Shideler.
MR. W1-XKEFIELD'S ADVISORY
BACK ROW cleft to rmhti Jake Webb. Carroll Williams, Don Thompson, Clarence Vessels, John Van Ness. Hollie Tiede-
mann, Regan Wood.
SECOND ROW: Harold Lee Winchcl, Kenneth Taber, Roy Tingley, Doris Thomas, Lois Veazey, Carol von Metnitz, Mr.
Wakefield, Louise Wetch, Phyllis Vaughn, Ruth Whitt, Lawrence Wclcli, Don Wright.
THIRD ROW: Cynthia Tyrrell, Nancy White, Calista Stedman, Noralee Wagner, Normalee Wagner, Freda Wiggins, Carole
Spangle, Donna Lee Winkler.
BACK ROW fleft to right! Tom Engleman, Ronnie Perry, Dick Ament, Robert Wetch, Harry Finch, Pat Warner, Anna. Lee,
Roseann Jarvis, Mary Fogh, Dorothy Marita, Charles Shere, Michael Vidaver, Rod Matthews, Harold Hassold.
SECOND ROW: Ed Knight, Frances Johnston, Ellen Searby. Valerie Saput, Nancy Robertson, Sunny Hendryx, Carol von
llgletiigwbolores Hammell, Lois Veasey, Agnes Shldeler, Jeanne Ragsdale, Marianne DeGrood, Lots Kistner, Merton Tyrrell,
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THIRD Sow: Raymond Sandretto, Miss Weseen, Etsuko Akutagawa, Judy Mukaida., Foie Kimball, Jean Helmstein, Ruth
glorttaiwlilorence Haywood, Roxie Frazier, Marte Sugiyama, Kay Valentine, Lois Pinlrston, Beverly Warner, Don Ament,
o er e sei r.
FOURTH ROW: Glenn Howard, Harold Tillinghast, Steve Ito, Richard Sandretto, Mary King, Joanne Leland, Karin Bes-
kow, Rod MacKenzie, Dorothy Canelis, Nancy Coombes, Margaret Peterson, Marilyn Taber, Mary Ballard.
To become eligible for membership in the California Scholarship Federation, a student
must have three "A's" and one or two "A's" and two "Bs" with two activity points to
make up the ten required points. A student becomes a life member after having earned mem-
bership for six or more semesters, one of them in the senior year. A student becomes a
novitiate member after having earned membership for four semesters, including one in the
The C. S. F. began the fall semester with 45 members. On October 5, l95O, officers for the
fall semester were elected and installed at a potluck dinner. The officers elected were: Karin
Beslcow, presidentg Dorothy Canelis, vice-presidentp and Anna Lee, secretary-treasurer.
On December 9, 1950 delegates with their advisors from thirteen schools met at Analy for
the Northern District Conference. It proved to be a very interesting day for the C. S. Ffers.
During December l, 2, 3, Mary Fogh, Ellen Searby, Marilyn Taber, Charles Shere, and
Rod MacKenzie attended the World Affairs Conference at Asilomar.
Twelve of Analy's C. S. Ffers attended the Regional Conference held at Santa Rosa on
April 7, l95l.
For the spring semester, the C. S. F. had a membership of 50. The officers for the semester
were elected and installed at a potluck dinner February 8, l95l. The students elected were Rod
MacKenzie, president, Pat Warner, vice-president, and Nancy Coombes, secretary-treasurer.
In May a swimming party was held. This was the last of the C. S. F. activities for the year.
There are eight life members and three novitiate members this year. The life members are
Dorothy Morita, Dick Ament, Mary Fogh, Harold l-lassold, -Anna Lee, Ellen Searby, Harold
Tillinghast, and Pat Warner. The novitiate members are Dorothy Canelis, Margaret Peterson,
and Richard Sandretto.
The C. S. F. members appreciate the help which their advisor, Miss Weseen, has given them
during the year.
BACK ROW tleft to right! Dorothy Morita, Ella Seavers, Nanzy White, Judy Valentine, Frances Johnstoi, Pat Henry, Ellen
Senrby. Helen Watkins, Della Ballard, Dorothy Canelis, Nancy Coombes, Marie Sugiyama, Gloria Badger.
SECOND ROW: Judy Mukaiia, Etiuko Akutagawa, Rose Morita, Karin Beskow, Frieda Wetch, Roxle Frazier, Lois Johnson,
Irma Allred, Shlx-lee Hayes, Gerry Gulledge, Jackie Garloff.
THIRD ROW: Mary Ballard, Valerie Saput, Mary Fogh, Marilyn Taber, Miss Lorraine, Barbara Bennett, Virginia New,
The first event of the year was the Big and Little Sister Party, which was held during the first
week of school to welcome all freshmen and new girls to Analy. Games, entertainment and re-
freshments made it enjoyable and helped everyone to get acquainted.
Past-president Alice Hansen installed the following officers at an impressive candlelight
service in September: Marilyn Taber, president: Mary Fogh, vice presidentg Valerie Saput,
secretary: Barbara Bennett, treasurer: and Virginia New, songleader. The following committee
chairmen were installed also and they introduced their committee members: Sylvia Henningsen,
programg Shirley Hayes, hospitality: Mary Ballard, decorations: Ellen Searby, school activitiesg
Iackie Garloff, refreshmentsg Dorothy Morita, projectsg Etsuko Akutagawa, publicity and Helen
Varied programs were held during the regular monthly meetings. These included Analy
girls presenting entertainment and speeches, outside speakers and group singing.
Girls sold programs at home football games in order to raise funds, and after the games
many girls served refreshments to the football players from Analy and visiting schools.
At Christmas time the Girls' League presented wreaths to all the teachers, decorated a
Christmas tree in the library and collected gifts of food, clothing and toys for needy families
of the community. The December meeting was a Christmas party during which Santa Claus
came with gifts for girls who had recently come to Analy.
The Valentine candy sale on February l4 was a successful means of raising funds. Home-
made candy was sold from an attractive booth in the hall that was well patronized by sweet-
toothed Analy students.
The Girls' League purchased sterling silver pins which were worn by the officers and
committee chairmen during the year and will be worn by the officers and committee chairmen
in the years to come.
Everyone attending the turn-about dance on March 3 had a very nice time. The theme,
"Spring Round-Up," carried out by cowboy decorations and refreshments, signified that it was
the time of year for all girls to round up their men, and the dance was a big success.
On Friday the 13th, in April, the Girls' Iinx was given, and the theme, "Superstitious
Beware," centered around good and bad luck. The junior and sophomore skits were the prize
winners, and prizes were also given for the best costumes. Following the skits, the gayly dec-
orated concessions were opened in the gym.
ln place of the annual Mothers' Tea, an open house was held in the cafeteria during Public
Schools Week. All mothers were given very lovely corsages and folk dancing was presented
The Girls' League helped to acquaint visiting eighth grade girls with Analy and enter-
tained them with school talent, games and refreshments.
The interest, assistance and leadership given by Miss Lorraine and the cabinet were im-
portant factors in making this year's Girls' League activities successful and enjoyable.
BACK ROW Cleft to right! Lynn McLean, Dick Gardiner, Becky Greene, Karin Beskow. Frieda Wetch, Mary Ballard, Frances
gohnston, Sunny Hendryx, Ed Knight, Charles Shere, Merton Tyrrell, Leo Lefor, Richard Sandretto, Harold Hassold, Roger
SECOND BOW: George Keefe, Don Ament, Anna Lee, Carol Dougherty, Kay Jensen Sylvia Henningsen, Carol Kelly. Ann
Hull, Marian Reynolds, Arlene Harris, Genevieve Gambetta, Pat Warner, Beverly Warner, Marie Sugiyama, Glorya Lund,
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THIRD ROW: Gerry Williams, Helene von Metnitz, Laulette Evans, Don Starr, Ellen Searby, Harry Batlin, Harold Tillinghast,
Marilyn Taber, Rod MacKenzie, Margaret Peterson, Carley Walker, Miss Weseen.
WCDRLD AFFAIRS CLUB
The Analy World Affairs Club was started during the second semester of this year by a
group of students who felt that they should know more about the world situation and foreign
Eight students sponsored by the student body, California Scholarship Federation, Parent
Teacher Association and Girls' League attended the annual conference of the World Affairs
Conference of Northern California at Asilomar December l, 2, and 3. They were Don Starr, Harry
Batlin, Marilyn Taber, Rod MacKenzie, Mary Fogh, Ellen Searby, Helene Von Metnitz, and
Charles Shere. While they were at Asilomar, they decided that they wanted to organize a stu-
dent world affairs council at Analy, and, led by Don Starr, consulted and received the approval
of Howard A. Cook, director of the World Affairs Council of Northern California.
The faculty and spring student council sanctioned the organization. Miss Weseen became
faculty sponsor. Analy now has the only high school world affairs council in California.
On Ianuary 3lst the World Affairs Club presented Dr. Miroslav Kerner, a Czechoslovakian
who has been forced to flee his country three times, at an assembly. Dr. Kerner described
Czechoslovakia and the Russian regime. The assembly was followed by a meeting of students
who were interested in the club, at which Harry Batlin and Ellen Searby were elected tempo-
rary president and secretary, respectively.
Dr. Robert West, who worked with UNESCO and CARE spoke at an assembly on February
20th and told about youth of the world and their problems.
On March 6th the club and its friends were very fortunate to have as speaker Mrs. Lee
Ki Poong, wife of the mayor of Seoul, Korea, and Mrs. Chang Duk Soo, principal of a girls'
school in Seoul. Their description of conditions in Korea made the war seem much closer to
all who listened.
A1 another meeting after school on March 28th, Mrs. Ruth Gage Colby, who recently re-
turned from teaching in the Near East, told of the problems of Israel and Syria.
A regular meeting was held on April 9th to elect officers. Don Starr was elected president:
Harry Batlin, vice-president: Laulette Evans, secretary: and Karin Beskow, treasurer.
The World Affairs Club had a potluck dinner May 9th at which time Miss Henriette Bor-
denave, an exchange teacher from France, spoke of the situation and problems in her nation.
Other activities of this organization included the writing and ratification of a constitution
and a trip to San Francisco to hear a speech by Paul-Henri Spaak, Belgian Minister of Finance.
The Student World Affairs Club has done a great deal in its short life. lt now has fifty
charter members. Off to a flying start, it should go a long way toward making Analy students a
more interested and enlightened group on foreign affairs.
BACK ROW tleft to right! Leo Lefor, Gene Smith, Bob Reynolds, Gene Moore. Sharon Bowers, Jim Pelmulder, Calvin Whitt, Robert Fletcher, Joe
I1aedri2i,i.'mck Clark, Carol Smith, Muriel Baughman, Jackie Bradley, Jane Davis, Warren Johnson, Lester Goodsell, Bob Canifl, Ed Knight,
r. n g .
SECOND ROW: Marian Hodges, Normale Smith, Adrienne Smith Gerry Gulledge, Doris McAlvain, June Peterson, Mary Jones,
THIRD ROW: Don Hurnes, at Henry, Joan Helmstein Eudora Ramsey, Marylane Williams, June Lee, Glenn Doty, Boo Perry, Juanita Leavitt,
Jim Briggs, Victor Dotti. Clinton Rose, Jack Batten, Ed Johnston, Bob Triebel, Wayne Collinsworth, Steve Ito, Joe Rust.
FOURTH ROW: Ed Ramsey, Lawrence Clark, Alice Marshall, Elbert Keith, David Brians, Glenn Cooper, Gary Clark, John Doble, Richard Brodt,
Ray Terry, Sunny Hendryx, Ladonna Schieber, Dot Canells, Virginia Jarvis. Marilyn Johnson, Donna Johnson, Bob Hardin.
IIQIETH BOW: Larry Clark, Marian Reynolds, Roger Stange, Betty Porter, Merton Tyrrell, Charles Shere, Walter Bickett, Becky Greene, Jean
The Analy Band under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Knight started the school year in fine
spirit by marching at the football games.
With IoAnn Ihinger as head majorette, Roger Stange as drum major, and Toni Montedeoca,
Carole Arnett, lane Davis, Frances Frigerio, and Nancy Pera as "twirlers," our group took sec-
ond place at the Armistice Day Parade in Petaluma.
Our band again appeared at the East-West football game, December 30 in San Francisco
making a fine appearance.
On Ianuary 2 all members went to San Francisco to witness a fine exhibition by the
Michigan marching band.
The concert on March 9 proved to be one of the best presented by an Aanaly organization
in several years.
We all felt honored when Ladonna Schieber, Charles Shere, and Ioe Rust were selected
to play in the Music Educators' National Conference Select Band in San Diego during the Easter
The next concert was given April 25 for the parents and friends at the Open House pro-
The County Festival, held May 8, proved to be another high point in the year"s activities.
Besides presenting their own numbers, the members enjoyed the programs given by the other
Eighteen of our members participated in the Bay Counties Select Band in Vallejo, May
12 and 19.
The picnic on the river, an annual event, was a most enjoyable time for everyone.
The band ended a most successful year by playing at the graduation exercises on Iune 8.
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BACK ROW tleft to rightl Mr. Kesler, Bob Triebel, Wayne Collinsworth, Joe Rust, Ed Knight.
QECOHDMROW: Dot Canelis, Ladonna Schieber, Sunny Hendryx, Donna Johnson, Bob Hardin, Merton
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Not Pictured: Bob Perry.
The newest musical organization at Analy is the popular school dance band. This group was
organized at the beginning of the second semester by Mr. Kesler. Practices were set for Monday
nights. Members for the dance band were suggested by our instrumental teacher, Mr. Knight.
Those chosen were Ioe Rust, a junior, as solo trumpet, Steve Ito, a senior, second trumpetg and
Bob Triebel, a junior, for third trumpet. Later in the year Steve found he had insufficient time so
his position was filled by Wayne Collinsworth, a senior. Ed Knight, a freshman, is first trom-
bone, Bob Hardin, a senior, and Donna Iohnson, a junior, were selected for first alto saxaphoney
La Donna Schieber, a sophomore, plays second tenor saxaphoneg Marilyn johnson and Merton
Tyrrell, both juniors, play third alto saxaphoney Dorothy Canelis, a senior, plays fourth tenor
saxaphonep and Sunny Hendryx, a junior, plays fifth baritone saxaphone. Ben Haley, a junior,
plays the piano. After several trial drummers, Bob Perry was selected to handle the drums.
Several new hit parade numbers were practiced, including "Tennessee
Love," "Thinking of You," "No Qther Love," "All My Love," "Harbor Lights," and "Neverthe-
"Bug1e Call Rag,"
Waltz," "Be My
less." Several old popular stand-bys were brought out, such as "lam Blues,"
"In the Mood," "Dream," "Stormy Weather," and Glenn Miller"s theme song, "Moonlight Sere-
The first and only public appearance this year of the dance band was to furnish incidental
music between the acts of the senior play.
Plans were begun for a large vaudeville show to be given May 255 however, an extremely
full schedule was the reason this program was dropped from the list of ending school activities.
lt is hoped that a dance band will soon be put in the regular curriculum of our school.
The fact that we are losing only three of the present dance band members through graduation
indicates promise for a continuance of a good dance band next year.
BACK ROW tlefc to right! Arlene Sommers, Ann Hull, Bernadean Sloan, Mary Ballard, Lucky Parks,
Ben Haley, Frank Morahito, Mr. Kesler, Rod MacKenzie, Dale Noland, Dick Gambogi, Bill Weeks, Boss
Summers, Ronnie Glander, Christine Alves, Carol Kelly, Louise Wood, Nita Clary, Llllle Klrtley.
SECOND ROW: Sally Bell, Doris Franklin, Verda Doty, Nancy Robertson, Sunny Hendryx, Bette Mur-
ray, Larry Coppock, Jim King, Jim Lewis, Bob Caniff, Ed Felclano, Sharon Kellogg, Nancy Pera,
Arlene Harris, Lois Mann, Ann Lorenzo.
THIRD ROW: Mary Senn, Carley Walker, Carol Smith, Joan Lee, Lawrence Welch, Maurice Silva, Jim
Flint, Wayne Coy. Elton Hayes, Elvira Mori, Pauline Kunimoto, Norma Tulipani.
FOURTH ROW: Jacqueline Travis, Kay Jensen, Clarlce Miller, Jean Pires, Doris Rowe, Wanda William-
son, Gwen Higinbotham, Shirlee Hayes, Connie Biega, Darlene Husby.
The a cappella under their new director, Mr. David Kesler, got off to a good start on No-
vember l8th when they traveled to Berkeley to participate in the Eighth Annual High School
Singing Festival at the University of California. They sang three numbers: "It's Me, Oh Lord,"
"Dedication," and "Madame Ieanettef' After a picnic lunch, the braver members of the choir sat
in the rain to see the football game between California and the University of San Francisco.
On December 14 the a cappella made two appearances, one in the afternoon for a school
assembly, and the other in the evening for the public. The songs sung at both performances
were "Go Tell It On The Mountain," "Dry Bones," "Silent Night," and "We Wish You a Merry
Christmas." The choir also participated in the play, "Why The Chimes Rang," put on by the
dramatics department. They represented the church choir in the second act of the play.
For their Easter assembly the a cappella sang a group of numbers for the students.
The spring concert was held on April 20, with the choir singing "Set Down Servant," "Dry
Bones," "The Rosary," "Dedication," and "Madame Ieanettef' For the finale, the girls' glee and
vocal ensemble joined with the a cappella to sing "Battle Hymn of the Republic."
For their part in Public Schools Week, the choir sang "Madame Ieanettef' "Set Down Serv-
ant," and "Battle Hymn of the Republic."
The Sonoma County Spring Music Festival, in which eight high schools of Sonoma County
and Santa Rosa lunior College participated, was held in Sebastopol on May first. The a cappella
sang "Madame Ieanette," "Set Down Servant," and "Battle Hymn of the Republic."
BACK ROW tleft to rightl Don Sondergaard, Dave Budwonh, Glenn Cooper, Dave Simpson, Gerald
groan, Warren Johnson, Joe Christensen, Irwin Hall, Bob Finch, Sherwin Farrington, Jim Perry, Bob
SECOND ROW: Bob Bettendorf, Bob Perry, John Elmore, Vincent Perry, Warren Powers, Henry
Hoffman, Melvin Lee, Harvey Frese, Jim Briggs, Ernie Jarvis, Bill Rhodes, James Cruse, Jerry Avila,
Clyde Larson, Dee McKenna. Duane Coppock. Elbert Keith.
THIRD ROW: Mr Heinrichs, Don Blank, Richard Ducley, Don Wester, Joe Pedrini, Elbert Bressie,
Coy Deal, Don Ament, Mr. Qiment, Allen Clay, Jack Dei, Frank Licklider, Roy Tingley, Lawrence Welch,
Ken Taber, John Bressie, r. Davis.
FOURTH ROW: Richard Anderson, Carl Cox, Dick Shone, Larry Clark, Harold Hassold, John Emigh,
Wayne Collinsworth, Don Hetts, Jack Batten, Dick Goodman, Bob Wiltermood, Bob Fletcher, Bob Irwin.
F. F. A.
The Sebastopol F. F. A. boys have done a creditable job this year.
Most of the boys showed at Sonoma County, State, and Petaluma fairs, bringing home both
individual and chapter honors. At the Cow Palace Iunior Show, which was held in April, the
chapter brought home a total of 55,900 in prizes and sales from swine, sheep, and dairy. The
chapter was also presented with the cup for the best pen of ten lambs exhibited at the show.
Officers for the fall semester were: president, Larry Clark, vice-president, Sam Littleg sec-
retary, Warren Iohnsonp treasurer, Dick Shonep reporter, Wayne Collinsworthg a n d sentinel,
At the annual Agriculture Ouiz Contest held in February, the chapter was represented by
two winners, Carl Cox and Harold Hassold.
Don Ament represented the chapter in the sectional speaking contest held at Santa Rosa for
the Future Farmers of Sonoma, Napa, and Marin Counties. Don received second place award
on his speech, "Soil Conservation."
The judging teams took part in contests held in Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Lodi, Davis, Napa,
San Luis Obispo, and the Cow Palace in San Francisco.
The Father and Son Banquet held on May 17, proved to be a success. Hearty congratulations
were given to those who received cups and other awards.
Delegates to the state convention were Larry Clark and Gerald Green. At the convention,
Bill Taber received high honors being named Star State Dairy Farmer, Regional Star Farmer,
and was given his State Farmer Degree, Also the Sebastopol chapter was presented with its
sixth year Master Chapter Award.
Others applying this year for the State Farmers Degree are Sam Little and Harold Hassold.
Officers elected for the spring semester were: president, Sam Little: vice-president, Wayne
Collinsworthp secretary, lohn Emigh, treasurer, Harold Hassoldy reporter, Larry Clarkg and sen!
tinel, Dick Shone.
Much praise and thanks go to our advisor, Mr. Ament and the shop instructor, Mr. Henry
Davis. Through their hard work, the Sebastopol Future Farmer Chapter completed a very re-
Members of the AZALEA staff worked diligently at their assignments during the year.
After the staff was chosen in the fall, it made important decisions concerning a theme, the lay-
out of the book, and ways of financing it.
This book was made possible through the combined efforts of many energetic students and
advice from Miss Jensen, Mr. Hohl, Mr. Sewell and Mr. Maggiora.
Producing the AZALEA requires much time and effort and is a very enjoyable and profit!
able experience for those Who participate in this activity.
BACK ROW rlcft to right! Mr. Holil, Henry Bohn, Harvey Frese, Roger Stange, Ed Barrett, Don Anient, Ed Knight, Ellen
Soarby, Frances Johnston, Nadine Wetcli, Nancy Robertson, Rod MacKenzie, Harry Batlin, Larry Clark, Ronnie Perry, Mr.
SECOND ROW: Gerry Williams. Genevieve Ganibetta, Donna Johnson, Helene von Metnitz, Lruilette Evans, Arlene Harris,
Carol Kelly, Roger Pelissier, Roxio Frazier, Sue Abbott, Nancy Coombes, Barbara Andersen, Christine Swanson, Lois
Pinkstun, Mr. Maggiora,
THIRD ROW: Karin Beskow. Marilyn Taber, Valerie Saput, Bette Brians, Doris Rowe, Charlene Mazoue, Joann Iliinger,
Gaea Freiinund, Mary Whelan. Audrey Paulson, Dorothy Canelis. Miss Jensen.
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BACK ROW tleft to rigliti Jim Higgins, Ronnie Crawford, Don Gomez, Miss Jensen tstandingb Madolyn Hunt, Jackie
Sclieuor, Donna Johnson.
FRONT ROW: Claudia Pasquinclli. Marianne DcGrood, Janiice Robinson. Mary Re. Not pictured: Dick Ament, Charlene
The ANIXLYAN has been published each Week of the school year by the journalism class
with the help of their advisor, Miss lensen. The staff has had special football, basketball and
student council issues as well as one for Qpen House.
With approval by the student council, the journalism class has sent copies of the ANALYAN
each week to Analy students and graduates who are in the service of our country. Papers have
also been exchanged with schools in the N. B. L.
Mnzone, Barbara Moline.
BACK ROW tleft to right! Bob Perry, Mr. Kesler, Ross Sommers, Dave McLean, Dick Gambogi, Harold Tillinghast, Sylvia
Henningsen. Helene von Metnitz. Muriel Baughman.
SECOND ROW: Jrgce Martinelli, Jamice Robinson, Valerie Saput, Dorothy Canelis, Mary Re, Gaea Preimund, Jackie
Scheuer, Barbara ennett, Virginia New, Sharon Kellogg, Mrs. Miller.
THIRD ROW: Mary Whelan, Clarice Miller, Nancy Coom es, Lavon Speer, Pat Drummond, Gladys Ginesi, Gerry Williams,
Joanne Butulla, Jackie Garloff, JoAnn Ihinger.
FRONT ROW: Pole Kimball, LaRue Carrey, Joan Lee, Nancy Pera, Shirlee Hayes, Pat Choate, Norma Tulipani, Gloria Moyle,
Not Pictured: Carole Arnett, Toni Montedeoca,.
The dramatics classes started the year of 1950-1951 under the direction of Mr. Al Coenen,
but the U. S. Air Force decided they needed him more than we did. Our sorrow over his de-
parture was short-lived for he was ably replaced by Mrs. Mary Miller, under whose direction
the dramatics group finished the year.
The first presentation, given on December 1, 1950, was a rather unusual play, "The Skin
of Our Teeth," by Thornton Wilder. ln the cast were Frank Strong, Elmer Cox, Shirley Hayes,
Dick Hawk, Gerry Williams, Charlene Mazoue, Mary Whelan, Lillie Kirtley, Iackie Bradley,
Harold Tillinghast, lack Brownell, Richard Gambogi, Bob Perry, Foie Kimball, Gloria Moyle,
Mary Senn, Toni Montedeoca, lackie Scheuer, Barbara St. Martin, Nancy Pera, Nancy Coombes,
Barbara Bennett, Ioan Lee, Sharon Kellogg, Clarice Miller, and Nora Scott.
For Christmas, the music and dramatics departments presented a ioint program on Decem-
ber fourteenth. The dramatics contribution was a two-act play, "Why the Chimes Bang." Ernest
Buch, Foie Kimball, Iackie Scheuer, Rod MacKenzie, Bob Perry, Richard Gambogi, Iackie Gar-
loff, Wanda Williamson, Sylvia Henningsen and Dorothy Canelis were the participants.
After the start of the new year, work on the senior play began, but before very much
progress was made Mr. Coenen left, and Mrs. Miller took over. The play, "Strictly Formal" by
William Davidson, was a teenage mixup centering around a prom and two girls, lane and Sally,
who are trying to get dates for it. Their slowly succeeding efforts are halted by a city girl,
Marcia, who steals all the boys. The plot is further complicated by the entrance of a daffy
country cousin, Cindy. The sub-plot centers around the rival neighbors who raise tulips and
are competing to win the grand prize at a local flower show. Presented on April 5th and 6th, the
senior play was a great success and was enjoyed by everyone.
In the cast of "Strictly Formal" were Valerie Saput, as lane, Virginia New as Sally, Iackie
Scheuer as Agnes, Rod MacKenzie as Andrew Cutler, Marilyn Taber as Nettie Cutler, Clarice
Miller as Bose Tilton, Glorya Lund as Mrs. Tilton, Mary Whelan as Iosie Tilton, Bob Perry as
Mr. Ahern, Ronnie Perry as lim, Harold Tillinghast as Elroy, Dave McLean as George, Dorothy
Canelis as Marcia, Sylvia Henningsen as Cindy Collins, Gladys Ginesi as Marilyn, and Dick
Gombogi as Lt. Bob Cunningham. In addition to the regular performances, a preview of it was
given for the student body and a shortened version was presented for the visitors at Open
l-louse in connection with the study of how plays are given.
After the flurry and excitement of the plays died down, the two dramatics classes began
the study of the history and management of dramatics. Work was also done on skits, one act
plays, and other entertainment suitable for assemblies.
Student Body Assembly
"Why the Chimes Rang"
The Skin of Our Teeth
BACK ROW fleft to right! Bob McDonell, Ben Haley, Mr. Kesler, Rod MacKenzie, Bill Weeks, Frank
Morabito, Eddie Felciano.
SECOND ROW: Darlene Husby, Clarice Miller, Nancy Robertson, Doris Rowe, Gwen Higinbotham,
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BACK ROW Cleft to right! Carol Smith, Linda Etchison, Yvonne Hadges, Cynthia Tyrrell, Ella Seavers,
Pat Dolan, Louise Wetch, Joan Hardisty, Agnes Shideler, Jackie Harbeck, Katie Brown, Barbara Call,
Doris Thomas, Zella Bradley. Jackie Pauley, Sandra Husby.
SECOND ROW: Helen Leschke, June Carman, Barbara Shideler, Mary Lou Hahn, Zita Kramer, Georgia
Banks, Carol Hodges, Sylvia Busby, Mary Lou Roberts, Volkine van der Star, Claudia Gonsalves, Shirley
Hawk, Judy Valentine, Lorraine Silva.
THIRD ROW: Carol Jordan, Shirley Smith, Mary Roberts, Nancy McDonald, Joan Moneymaker, Lou
Roberts, Margaret Kirtley, Ruth Whitt, Ruth Baumgartner, Calista Stedman, Chiyona Yamamoto,
Virginia Pate, Gwen Higlnbotham, Mr. Kesler.
BACK ROW tleft to right! Norman Glimberg, Dick Winkler, Ted Kinyon, Henry Bohn, Dale Howard, Tom King, Gerald Green, Steve Ito.
Bob Perry, Floyd McDaniel, Don Starr, Dick Ament Russell Dilley, Herman Green, Troy Long, Sid Siemer, Warren Johnson, Lawrence
Clark, Charles Nuessle.
SECOND ROW: Bill Weeks, Mr. Walter Foster, Dick Mariola. Harvey Frese, Bill Sunke, Warren Powers, Don Hetts, Don McAuIey, Dee
McKenna, Joe Koppi, Ralph Ridenhonr, John Jeffers, Roger Hicks, Jim Jackson, Berhl McLendon, Dick Shone, Ed Barrett. Mr. Leo Whalon.
THIRD ROW: Wayne Collinsworth, Jim Pete, Elmer Cox, Floyd Roberts, Warren Carrothers, Ronne Perry, Dick Hawk, Harry Batllm,
.Rack gotrfian, Edwin Johnston, Clifford Jones, Rudy Tulipani, Al Lefor, Tom Engleman, Jim Tillinghast, Marvin Mays, Bob McDonell.
FOURTH ROW: Marvin Carlile. Derry Mullaly, Glenn Gasklns, Yoshi Onoyama, Ken Williams, Ron Elder, Don Thomp'on, Duane Coppock,
Dave Brlans, Bill Gori, Aage Hoffman, Harry Johnson, Harold Alberigi, ack Agus.
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Coaches Walt Foster and Leo Whalon's l950 version of the Analy Tigers put out with both
high andlow performances during a fairly sucsessful season on the gridiron. Nevertheless,
with only an average record behind them, our boys came up with an astounding victory over
our arch rivals, the Santa Rosa Panthers. ,
Dedication of Analy's new stadium started off the season with a game in which the Tigers
met the Petaluma Trojans. During the contest, the Tigers had numerous opportunities to grasp
victory but fumbled their way into a 13 to l3 tie. Al Lefor, Elmer Cox, and lim Pete showed up
very Well for Analy.
, , Our boys were nipped in their second appearance by a strong Mt. Diablo High team at
,X Concord by a 31 to 12 score. Floyd Roberts, Dick Hawk, and Ron Perry played a stylish brand
-of ball for the Tigers.
In the third, and final, practice game the Tigers showed their white, shiny fangs to a visit-
ing Sonoma Dragon squad to the tune of 32 to l2. Among the many backfield stars who burned
up and down the Analy stadium turf, lack Totman, Bob Hardin, and Dick Ament provided the
main scoring punch.
The Napa Indians Were the Tiger's next visitors. Our Analy gridders played a fine lnclian
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BACK ROW tleft to right! Richard Rutledge, Warren Powers, Roy Heathershaw, Dick Ament, Don
Gomez, Gary Tier, Bob Pinch, Dale Noland, Mr. Dolan Evans.
SECOND ROW: Harvey Prose, John Ratcliffe, Dick Gambogi, Ronnie Perry, Wayne Uollinsworth,
Funk Mornbite, Rod MacKenzie.
"A" CLASS BASKETBALL
The Analy Varsity, under the leadership of Coach Dolan Evans, had a fair season this year,
winning eight practice games and losing six. They defeated Sonoma once, Ukiah twice, Healds-
burg twice, Armijo once, Lakeport once, and Petaluma twice. They lost to St. Ignatius once,
Geyserville once, Galileo once, and Marin Catholic once.
The Tigers opened the league on the local court against Vallejo. The Apaches' superior
height paid off, and they went home victorious, 52-37. The Tigers were paced by All-League for-
ward Dick Ament, who made thirteen points. Dick Gambogi, who played center, made ten
points and played well under the hoops.
In their second bid for victory, the Tigers traveled to Tamalpais. Again superior height
paid off, and the Tigers were downed 53 to 44. Analy led throughout the first half but could not
match Tam's speed in the last two quarters. Accurate shooting by Dick Arnent, Ron Perry, and
Wayne Collinsworth carried Analy through the game.
In their third league game, Analy captured its first league victory by defeating Petaluma.
The Tigers led most of the way, but in the fourth quarter Petaluma tied the score. Dick Gam'
bogi pulled Analy through by sinking a field goal. Don Gomez added a free throw as the buzzer
rang, and Analy emerged victorious, 28-25. Dick Ament and Don Gomez paced the Tigers with
twelve and nine points respectively.
The Tigers treked to Napa for their fourth North Bay League contest. Napa outscored the
Tigers but didn't outplay them, as they went on to win 47-36. Dick Ament again led the Tiger
scoring parade with eleven points. Hon Perry sank ten points, and Don Gomez followed with
The annual big game with Santa Rosa was the next highlight of the season. The Tigers went
into the game still smarting from the loss to Napa. The Blue and Whites fought hard, and
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FRDEIT ROW: Bob Wiltermood, Ed Felciano, Steve Ito, Ben Kimura, B111 Gori, Vic Dotti, Tom King,
"B" CLASS BASKETBALL
During the 1950-51 season, the Analy Tigers, under the direction of Coach Walter Foster,
had a fairly successful season. With only a few veterans returning to the ranks, Coach Foster
had a big job getting the squad in shape. Throughout the practice games, of which the Tiger
Cubs won their share, Coach Foster relied on the few available experienced players he had.
But as trouble began to mount, he switched to a new combination of inexperienced but hustling
For the most part, the first games were played by: forwards Ed Felciano and lim Higgins,
guards, Steve Ito, Bob Wiltermood and Dick Goodman: and centers, Bob Walker and Iirn Lewis.
In the latter part ot the season, forwards Terry Lutz and Bob Walker, center Ernie Iarvis, and
guards Bob Horn, Bob Wiltermood, Bob McDonell and Carl Cox spearheaded the Tiger attack.
These boys, though they failed to finish at the top, played hard and aggressive basketball, and
gave a satisfactory account of themselves in every game.
Felciano 17 110
Goodman l 23
Gori . 4
Higgins 26 123
1-lorn 14 25
Iarvis 6 10
Kimura 6 14
Lewis 8 25
Lutz 18 22
McDonell 2 5
Robertson 12 17
Walker 20 72
Wiltermood , . 18 54
League Basketball Scores Analy 2lePetaluma 19
Analy 33-Vallejo 47 Analy 21-Santa Rosa 44
Analy 25eeTama1pais 38 Analy 27eSan Rafael 28
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BACK ROW tleft to right! Forrest Young, Terry Schulz, Ted Goldbeck, Don Blank, Stan Daveiro.
SECOND ROW: Jim Yokoyama, Lucky Parks, Jim Abeel, Leslie Siemer.
THIRD ROW: Coy Deal, Glenn Newton, Junior Kimura, Frank Licklider, Don Ameut.
"C" CLASS BASKETBALL
The Analy "C" basketball team opened league play on October l2, l95O against San
Rafael. Coach Dolan Evans' team played good ball throughout the game, but San Rafael
won out in the final seconds, 17-16. Coy Deal was high point man with six points.
In their second league game, against Santa Rosa, the Tigers lost 33-25. Coy Deal was
again high point man with eleven points.
Tamalpais was the next team on Analy's schedule. The lndians forged ahead at the
opening buzzer and maintained their lead to the final whistle. lim Yokoyama, Coy Deal,
and lim Abeel sparked the Tigers.
In the last game of the season, Analy engaged Petaluma in the battle for the "cellar."
Stanley Daveiro and Iim Yokoyama paved the way for the Tigers, and they emerged vic-
The first string consisted of lim Yokoyama and Ted Goldbeck, forwards, Stanley Da-
veiro, centery and Coy Deal and lim Abeel, guards.
With the exception of two veteran players, the team was without experience but dis-
played much ability on the hardwood.
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SECOND ROW: Warren Carruthers. Bob Horn, Marvin Mays, Troy Long, Rod MacKenzie, Bill Maidocks,
Ron Perry, Bud Reno, Terry Schulz, Jake Webb.
THIRD ROW: Jim Pete, Dave McLean, Dino Facendini, Wayne Colllnsworth, Bill Gorl, Don Gomez, Roy
Henthershaw, Tom King, Dick Ament.
To date, with ten of twelve league games completed, Analy's 1951 baseball season has
proved to be an exciting, close succession of games, but altogether, it has been a rather dis-
appointing year. Of the first eight league games played, one run decided the issue in five of
them, and two runs turned the trick in one other game. The 'Tigers dropped four of these five
one-run contests, including a 10 inning game with Tam, and a 1-0 battle with Vallejo.
They lost to Tam 5-4 in 10 innings, beat Santa Rosa in a 6-5 thriller, lost to San Rafael 5-4,
dropped a 1-0 game to Vallejo, and bowed to Napa 3-2. ln their other five games the Tigers boat
Vallejo for the first time in years, 3-l, bowed to Tamalpais and Santa Rosa, 10-4 and 10-3, and
walloped Petaluma ll-6 and 11-0. With two games left to play, Analy can improve its league
standings to a .500 mark, and hopes are high that such will be the case.
The Tiger line-up for 1951 found five regulars returning to the line-up in the persons of Bill
Maddocks, right-fielder, Wayne Collinsworth, first base, Roy 1-leathershaw, second base, Dick
Ament, short-stop, and Ron Perry, pitcher. Up from the rarnblers were Troy Long, third base and
pitcher, Marvin Mays, third base, and Don Gomez, center field. lim Pete, left field, and fresh-
man Bill Gori, catcher, were newcomers to Analy baseball.
INDIVIDUAL BATTING AVERAGES
For the first ten league games
Maddocks, rf 36 10 .278
Gori, c 35 5 .143
Collinsworth, lb 32 8 .250
Gomez, cf . 27 6 .222
Perry, p 29 8 .278
Ament, ss 34 15 .441
Pete, lf 29 6 .207
Heathershaw, 2b 28 7 .250
Long, 3b or p 20 3 .150
Mays 3b 16 1 .063
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BACK ROW tleft to rightl Bob Foster, Ben Kimura, Bill King, Derry Mullaly, Ron Elder, Carl Cox.
gloyd McDaniel, Jack Totman, Yoshi Onoyama, Don Pitt. 'I'om Engleman, Steve Ito, Jim Higgins, Victor
SECOND ROW: Jack Shiffer, Bill Gori, Jack Monacelli, Ron Glancler, Duane Coppock. Harold Tate,
Richard Moyle, Ed Pitt, Gerald Green, Bob McDonell, Ruay Tulipani, Jim Yokoyama, .Tack Batten. Dick
Ament, Jim Lewis.
THIRD ROW: Cal Stinnett, Carl Jackson, Aage Hoffman, Coy Deal, Don Blank, Don Hansen, Sherwin
Farrington, George Keefe, Don Ament, Mr. Foster, Harold Tillinghast, Harry Johnson, Angelo Torre,
Isidor Dotti, Prank Smith, Jim Jackson.
FRONT ROW: Andy De Vilbiss, Al Nott, Ken Williams, John Root, Terry Lutz, Nick Malahovsky, Jerry
Avila. Joe Pedrini, Terry Alberigi, Joe Storey, Berhl McLendon, Dale Brown, Jim Tillinghast, Allen
The Analy track squad, under the coaching of Mr. Walter Foster, did well this year by
winning the "C" Championship of the North Bay League and taking third in the "B" class.
ln the first meet of the season at El Cerrito, Bob Foster broke the class "A" pole vault record
by going 12' 6" to take first place.
At Martinez, the pole vault relay team of Bob Foster, Ken Williams, Carl Cox and Allen
lolliff, took first place with a combined effort of 42'.
The next big meet was at Davis. Analy took second in "B" schools with Angelo Torre tak-
ing first in the 440 yd. dash, and Bob Foster Winning the pole Vault. Dick Ament took a second
in the 220. The 880 relay team also placed second.
The Tigers showed power in the sub-league meet at Santa Rosa on April 27, by placing
second in both the "A" and "B" sections, and winning the "C" class.
At the big N. B. L. meet in Petaluma on May 8, the Tigers won the "C" division and placed
third in the "B" class. Steve Ito won both the 50 and l20 yd. dashes for the "C" class, and
sparked the 440 yd. relay team to victory. Coy Deal placed in the 50 and l20. Don Pitt won
the 8-lb. shot-put, while Yoshi Onoyarna won the l20 low hurdles and lim Yokoyarna placed
second in the high jump. The "C" relay team consisted of Coy Deal, Don Pitt, Yoshi Onoyama
and Steve lto.
Carl Cox won the "B" class pole vault. Ken Williams and Al Nott also placed in this event.
lim Higgins placed second in the 330 yd. dash, and Victor Dotti placed fourth in the 660 yd. run.
Gerald Green placed fourth in the 150 and fifth in the 75 yd. dashes. ln the "A" class, Bob
Foster took first in the pole vault, Angelo Torre placed third in the 440 yd. run, and Dick Ament
placed fifth in the l00 and 220 yd. dashes.
Bob Foster, who has been rated as one of the best prep pole vaulters in California this year,
'was the only Analy athlete to enter the Fresno State Relays on May 12. Bob took first place in
his favorite event, at ll' 6", and walked off with the Cornelius Warmerdam Memorial trophy.
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BACK ROW lleft to right! Mr. Bergen, Elbert Bressle, Lowell Dawson, Bob Nielsen, Ed Searby, Lynn
McLean, Harold Hassold, Robert Wetch, Jim Pelmulder, Rod Matthews.
FRONT ROW: Bill 0'Conne1l, Carl Dawson, Ronnie Crawford, Don Starr, Dick Gardiner.
The 1951 tennis team ended the season with 25 matches won and 25 lost. Although this is
only a SUCK, average they have done well, as this is their second year in the first section of the
North Bay League. The team was composed of seven members, three who played singles,
and four participating in doubles.
Under the guidance of Coach George Bergen, the netsters lost to Santa Rosa 3-2 twice, to
Petaluma 3-2 twice and to Tamalpais 3-2 twice, but took San Rafael 3-2 two times and Napa 3-2,
4-l to end their league competition with a 502 average.
They played five practice matches winning all of them, and even taking Santa Rosa lunior
On April 28 the Tigers attended the Napa Invitational Tournament in which Dick Gardiner
received a cup tor taking second place in third singles.
Earlier in the year the school sponsored a tennis tournament to stimulate interest in tennis.
More than thirty students entered. Dick Gardiner won the singles trophy with Harold Hassold
taking the runner-up medal. Don Starr and Bon Crawford took the doubles, while Bill O'Con-
nell and Carl Dawson received runner-up medals.
A second team was fielded this year and played three practice matches, two with Sonoma
and one with Tornales. They lost to Sonoma twice, 4-l, and beat Tornales once, 3-l.
Players on the varsity were: first singles, Don Starr, second singles, Ron Crawford, third
singles, Dick Gardinery first doubles, Carl Dawson and Bob Wetch, and second doubles Bob
Nielsen and Harold Hassold. Alternates were lohn Pelmulder and Lynn McLean. The second
string included Elbert Bressie, Vernon Hoddap, Lowell Dawson, Edward Searby, Dick Kohler.
Bod Matthews, Ronleigh Dale and Glenn Newton.
BACK ROW cleft to right? Ed Barrett, Carl Cox, Marvin Mays, Dale Howard, Don Gomez, Roy Heather-
sliaw, Warren Cnrrothcrs, Ed Johnston, Victor Dotti, Steve Ito, Jim Higgins, Dick Gardiner, Bob Hardin,
Richard Goodman, Jack Batten, Bill Gori, Keiji Sugiyama.
SECOND ROW: Bob Horn, Frank Smith, Bob Wiltermood, Ron Crawford, Rod MacKenzie, Bob Foster,
Dick Aincnt, Dick Shane, Derry Mullaly, Harry Batlin, Roy Ottolini, Warren Johnson, Angelo Torre,
Isidor Dotti, Troy Long, Floyd McDaniel. Ed Felciano, Jim Yokoyama, Jim Lewis.
THIRD ROW: Bill Maddocks, Jake Webb, Tom King, Don Starr, Jim Tillinghast, Harold Tillinghast,
Dale Brown, Gerald Green, Bob McDonell, Bob Perry, Rudy Tnlipani, Henry Bohn, Floyd Roberts.
Irwin Hall, Al Lefor, Herman Green, Tom Engleman, Harry Johnson, Ken Williams, Ed Pitt, Ron Elder.
Allen Jolliff, Don Pitt, Yoshi Onoyama.
FRONT ROW: Wayne Collinsworth, Carl Jackson. Berhl McLendon, Don Hetts, LeRoy Robertson, Jim
Pete, Dick Gnmbogi. Bud Reno, Jack Totman, Bob Walker, Ron Perry, Lee Dickinson.
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team on an even scale, but lost through failure too convert, 14 to 12. In this game, Steve Ito,
Henry Bohn, and Don Starr led a rugged Tiger defensive team to an impressive showing.
After taking an early lead, the Tigers faltered in their second appearance against the Peta-
luma Trojans to lose 27 to 7. Troy Long, Dick Hawk, and Warren johnson gave out with one of
their better performances.
An undermanned Analy team took the field against Vallejo's Apaches, only to be 'com-
pletely outclassed 48 to 0. Vallejo, later to claim league championship honors, put a number of
our fellows on the sidelines.
Again at home, the Blue and Whites proved to be poor hosts to a weak San Rafael High
team. The Tigers were never threatened as they won easily, 27 to 6. Tom Engleman, Rudy
Tulipani, Roy Ottolini, and Herman Green led an aggressive Tiger line, while Gerry Green led
a flying Tiger backfield.
Analy reached its all-time high in the rough and tough Santa Rosa-Analy rivalry when it
astoundingly outclassed the Panthers on the latter's own home field. The 19 to 6 score might
not sound like a hugh triumph, but it could just as well have been 190 to 6 from the action
that took place that night. A very happy aggregation of players and fans returned to the Tiger's
stomping grounds, and because of this triumph, the Tam game, which had been cancelled be-
cause of rain, was never missed.
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never more than four points separated the teams during the entire game. The regular game
ended in a deadlock, 39-39. ln the overtime period, Santa Rosa sank three quick points while
Analy was unable to hit the hoop, and the score ended 42-39. Don Gomez had fourteen points
and Wayne Collinsworth, nine.
In an effort to salvage the last game, the Tigers traveled to San Rafael. The team, behind
the shooting of Dick Gambogi, scored an easy 36-29 victory in a foul-filled game. Dick Gambogl
counted twelve markers to take scoring honors.
Altogether Analy won two league games and lost four. The first string consisted of Dick
Ament and Don Gomez, forwards, Dick Gambogi, center: Ron Perry and Wayne Collinsworth,
guards. Roy Heathershaw was a capable substitute on the team and played well at any position.
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BACK ROW tleft to rightj Sunny Hendryx, Louise Wood, Mary Ballard, Volkine van der Star, Etsuko Akutagawa, Kay
Valentine, Arlene Harris, Roxie Frazier, Carol Kelly, Pat Choate, Jane Davis, Marian Reynolds, Roseann Jarvis, Mary
Fogh. Doris Rowe.
SECOND ROW: Sally Bell, Barbara Brewer, Marilyn Johnson, Karin Beskow, Helene von Metnitz. Marie Sugiyama, Eileen
Meyer, Toni Montedeoca, Carole Arnett, Joan Lee, Joan Holloway, Dorothy Morlta, Beverly Warner, Lois Pinkston.
THIRD ROW: Miss Thompson, Regena Greene. Jamice Robinson, Joyce Martlnelli, Lois Kistner, Mary Whelan, Audrey
Paulson, Myrtle Myers, Shlrlee Hayes, Connie Blega, Sylvia Henningsen, Joanne Leland, Margaret Peterson, Carley Walker,
Ruth Marita, Miss Tarchinl.
FOURTH ROW: Faith Carlson, Margery Jepson, JoAnn Ihinger, Gaea Freimund, Bette Murray, Bonnie Norris, Norma
Jackson, Donna Johnson, Valerie Saput, Glorya. Lund, Dorothy Canelis, Mary Re.
G. A. A.
Officers for 1950-bl elected by the G. A. A. members were: president, Dorothy Moritap vice-
president, Valerie Saput: secretary, Donna johnson: treasurer, Etsuko Akutagawag eligibility
chairman, jackie Garloffg and yell leader, Mary Re.
The program tor G. A. A. this year started off with a big bang with hockey, but this ended
in a drip. It was possible to have only two practices before the wet weather forced the sports
minded girls indoors.
The captains of the volleyball teams were: seniors, Doris Rowe: juniors, Beverly Warner,
sophomores, Ioyce McCuanp freshmen, Verda Doty. In the play-offs, the seniors came in first
with flying colors while the juniors and the sophomores tied for second place.
In basketball, the captains of the teams were: seniors, Sally Belly juniors, Marie Sugiyamag
sophomores, Nancy Robertsong and freshmen Angela De Mattei. Again the seniors came in
first without much trouble in the final games.
Initiation for new members was held in March when fifteen girls went through the routine
of joining the organization. During the day at school, they had to wear football helmets, jerseys
and shoulder pads, and short skirts. They certainly couldn't be mistaken in this garb and with
the initials G. A. A. printed in lipstick on their foreheads. ln the evening, initiates as well as
members enjoyed a tasty dinner.
May 12th was play day. The seniors and juniors Went to Santa Rosa Iunior College, while
the sophomores and the freshmen went to Petaluma High School. In the afternoon all met at
Petaluma to go swimming. Analy's sophomores gave a skit during the entertainment period,
and Mary Re led the group in yells.
The season was ended with baseball.
BACK ROW tleft to rightl Miss Tarchini, Nancy Robertson, Virginia Jarvis, Gwen Higinbotham, Deanne Dixon, Emily Mar-
tinelli, Ruth Winkler. Marian Hodges, Della Ballard, Miss Thompson.
SECOND ROW: Verda Doty, Doris McAlvain, Ruby Vaughn, Carolien van der Star, Frances Johnston, Sue Abbott, Chiyono
Yamamoto, Judy Mukaida, Judy Valentine, Beverly Taft, Norma Jean Helgren.
THIRD ROW: Frances Frigerio, Joyce McCua.n, Laulette Evans, Claudia Gonsalves, Bobbie Ingraham, Nancy Peterson,
Angela DeMattei, Carol von Metnitz, Rose Morita.
The first eight weeks of the school year were wonderful for those who really liked swim-
ining. This year junior and senior life saving were not offered.
During the rainy season the girls were folk dancing and practicing calisthenics. Among
the new dances learned were "Iessie Polka" and "Canadian Barn Dance." In calisthenics, the
students did everything from push-ups to jumping jacks. In the first few days it wasn't a bit
unusual to see the girls limpingp no doubt they were stiff from using "new" muscles.
Soccer and marching were attempted but rain forced the gym classes to give them up.
Volleyball lasted for about a month and a half. The classes were divided into teams which pro-
vided much competition within each period. New teams were chosen for basketball in March
which the girls continued to play until the first of May. Softball, tennis, and archery finished out
the season. This year the girls had a softball diamond on the football turf besides the one on the
upper field, so it was possible to have two games played at the same time.
The girl who won the athletic medal for outstanding sportsmanship and ability last year was
a freshman, Nancy Robertson. Dorothy Morita, a junior, received honorable mention. These
awards were given out the day before school closed last Iune, consequently could not be in-
cluded in last year's Azalea.
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Iohn Emigh. ...................... Johnny ......... ......... E yes ........................ Jockey c.............. .. Horse too small
Sherwin Farrington ....... Red .......... ......... G lasses ................... Be a farmer ..... .... ........ , F . F. A.
Harriette Faris .................. Harry ..........c ........ E mbarrassed .......... Hermit .......... .. .No cave
Mary Fogh ......... .......... F roggy ..................... Brains ............... .... D octor .................. ........ K nife slipped
Robert Foster ..... ............ H igh-jump .............. Track ability ..... . Pole vaulter ........................ Short pole
Gaea Freimund .....,.......,. Ducky ...................... .Figure .............. Pyramid opener... ....... Her Ajax can opener
Genevieve Gambetta ....
.Gen ............. ......... W alk .. .........
Street cleaner ......... ..
Dick Gambogi ................. King .......................... Sings ........ ....... C rooner ............... . ..... . Laryngitis
Iackie Garlotf. .................. Iotchy ....................... Dimples ....... ........ B aseball pitcher .... Sally
Gladys Ginesi ................. Marshmallow .......... Flirt .......................... G et married ....................... .The draft
Dick Goodman ................. Goody ..................... Drives fast ............. Highway patrolman .. Too many tickets
Herman Green. ......... . .... Herman-Herman ...Mole . ..................... -Dog catcher ................. .Fleas
Regena Green .................. Lefty ......................... Muscles ......,........... Lady furniture mover She slipped
Bob Hardin ..,... . ...., .Robert .......... ......... S axophone ........... Band leader ..... . ...... ...... . .. Kek
Dick Hardisty.. .............. ..
Helen Harris ....
Harold Hassold ..... .....
Shorty. ......... ...... .
. Height ...................
.Black hair .....
Levis .. ........ ..
Pole vaulter ......... ........ P ole too short
I. C. ........... ......... .
Bubble dancer ....... ........ . Guess!
Muscle man. ....................... Charles Atlas
Cadillac ................................. Wrecks
Happy married life ........v. Chickens and fishing
Richard Hawk ................ Dick. ...... ......... Build ............
Harland Hayes ......... .. Harly ....... ......... ' 39 Ford ........
Shirley Hayes ............. ,Squeak ....... ......... , Figure ...... .......
Nelda Heathershaw ....,... Nel ...C ........ ......... M o le ........... .
Syl ........ ........
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Model ....l....................... . .... Gained weight
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loan Holloway ................. Ioanie ...,...... ....,.... E arrings ,..........,...,.., Cook. ,,...,..,,.,.,,.,. ........... S chool cafeteria
ft Donald Humes ................ Don. ......... ....,.... .P osture ,...,..., c...,.. P at.-. .........,,.....,....... ........... H enry
W Madolyn Hunt ,......... ....... S ki ....... ...,,.... H er nose ,.,,,-,,-..-.,.. .Get married. ,,,,..,.. .,.,.,..., N o man
Barbara Hutchinson ....,. -Babs.. ...,.. c.,..,,.. N eatness .,.............,, Housewife .,,.,,,.,. .,,,.,..., I . D.
Ioanne Ihinger ................ .Pup ......,... ......... S mallness u............... G row taller ....,... ......,,.. B ob
Steve Ito ......................,... Stevie .......... .Speed ....., . .,.. ,....... T rack star ccc.c . c,cc c,.,,...,, M issed a hurdle
Carl Iackson ........,............ Iackson ..,.... .,,...... T .egs ....,.......,... .......... A rtist . ,,.,i,.,,........ .......... M r. Hohl
Roseann Iarvis. ,...,..,..,...,. Rosy ...,.,.. ......... L ittle feet. ,,..,.,,,....,.. Design shoes .....,. ..,.,..,.. B ig feet
Kay lensen ...,.......,.......... K .........,,.... ......... B ashful .......... ....... M ath teacher .,...., .. .,,....,,. Geometry
Margery lepson .......... ..... M arge ,........ ......,.. L ong hair .,.............. More school ..,. ..,.. ......,.., M a rriage
Rudy Iiminez. ..... . .....,...,.. Iim ,.......,..,... ......... S huffle, ..,.,.,,,, ,.,,.,. , Crooner ,..,,,,,,,,., ...,-.. . .Mike fright
Warren Iohnson .... . ........ Redhead . .,......,..c,,. .Freckles ov..,...c,cccc ,....Fire chief cc.,.c, ...,c,.cc, N o fires
Clifford Iones ,,..... ........ C liff .......,.............,..,., C urly locks. ....i..... Bus driver ...,. .....,.... Women drivers
Sharon Kellogg ............... Post Toasties. .,..,.... Smooth voice ....... Actress ,,......... ....,.,,... C ecil B. DeMille
Lillie Kirtley ........., c....... L il ................v............ Kindness ................. Work .... .... .........o D e ath
Lois Kistner .,.....l. ....,.. B londie ,...... ......... . Expressions ............ Eat .............., ........... U lcers
Richard Kohler v.,,.c,.,..,,... Dick ......... His car ..........,....,..... Actor c.......r....v.......,,.,..,c,,,,... Cars
lack Kramer ..................... lack ..,..,..,..... ......... . Physique .c... . .,,,,,.ci Food taster .. c.r,..,c.,,, .Garlic
Anna Lee ..,...,.,.. .. ........ Analy ..,,..,... ......... L ittle nose. ..,.,c.c,c,,. Radio commedienne... ..., T. V.
Alfred Lefor ...,.................
Sam Little. .....,.... ...o...
Al .... ..,.......,..
.Troy Dee ......,..,.......
Bashfulness ,...,...,Y .
Big appetite. ........, .
Glorya Lund ........ ....... . Glo-worm. .,.,.....,,....
Troy Long.... .,.... .... . ..
Rod MacKenzie ,.............
Bill Maddocks .............,...
.Strike-out ,..... ..........
Lois Mann ...................,..... Lois. ....,.....,. .
Ioyce Martinelli .,...,........
Mickey Matsumoto .......
Charlene Mazoue ,,,,..,..... C ookie ..,...,.
Don McAuley ........,...
Floyd McDaniel .....,..,,..
Song leader ..........
Boxer. ....... . ,.,.. . .,.,.,....,,,...... .
.Ag. teacher ,
Nancy ...,.,...,,., .......... P lymouth
.Go to Cal, ...... . ....,.... Monachino graduated
,Preacher ,.......,.... ..,...,,., E mpty pews
.Baseball pro c.c,,,,,,. .,,.,..,.. B atboy
Happy home ...... ......,.,,..,...c T wins
---.-.-..Soft voice..-.-..--------.Yell leader......-..--.-..----------
.......-.Hot rod ...........-........Speed through Main St..
Always eating. s,,,, .
N o megaphone
Go out with Analy girls..Too many S. R. girls
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Groucho Marx II ................ Harpo Marx
Berhl MCLendon ............. Pat ....... .......... H is laugh. ............... Electrical engineer ............ Pooling around in schoo
David McLean ................. Dave ........ .,....... M umbles ..,..,.......... Be an actor ......................... Senior play
Bud Menne ........... ........ B ud .......... ......... S hy .......................... Husband ......... .......... S he accepted
Bobbie Miller ........ ........ B obbie ........, .......... C uteness ......... A. D. teacher ,........ .......... , No seniors
Clarice Miller .................. Cricket ........ ........ - Her toenails .......... Be a soilor ......... .... . Obvious
Barbara Molino. ......... Bubbles .................... Her short hair ..... Iournalist. ............................ Too newsy
Paul Molge. ...................... M oldy ......... ......... B ig hands ............... Basketball player . ........... Couldn't find ball
Toni Montedeooa ............ T oni .... ......... . Long fingernails ...To be Toni twin ............... Her mother
Eugene Moore ................. Gilbert ......... ......... .R ed hair. ....... . ........ .Drummer .,....................,...... Chop sticks
Leenore Morawski .......... Lea ........... .......... H er shoes ......... .... T oe dancer ...... ...,.. ........... T w o big feet
Elvira Mori ........ ............... V era ......... ......... , Shrimp size .... ......... T o be twins .......... .......... ' 'There's no two-Mori"
Dorothy Morita ................ Dot. ....... .Very shy ............ .... E xecutioner ..................,.....c Scared stiff
Myrtle Myers ................. -Myrt ......... ......... F reckles ................... T heater cashier .................. .Counterfeit money
Virginia New ..................
William O'Connell ..
Roy Ottolmi ..... .....c..........
lim Owens ............ .....
Audrey Paulson. .......
Roger Pelissier ...............
.Otto ......... ....
Little Audrey .........
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Blonde hair- ........... Drene shampoo ads .......... No more peroxide
His beard. ............ .
.Smile ........ ..
Azalea editor ......,...
Politician .............. ....,..........
Kissed too many babes
Pro tap dancer ....,.............. Stubbed her toe
Magazine publisher ......,..
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Bob Perry .............
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Ronnie Perry ,V................A Ron, .,,....... ..,....., L ow voice AAA,v7.,AA,AA Marry Paul's daughter .... Paul's son
lim Pete .......g...........e......... C hiefie ,,....,,. .,..,... B ig eyes ,,......,......... C urled eyelashes, .......,...., Foggy day
Margaret Peterson .77,...... Maggie ........ ........ . Camera crazy, ,,.,o,,, "Esquire" Photographer...Mr. Sewell
Lidio Pozzi g..g77v ,,...........,. P ete or 7.., .,...... . Car a,..,,...,.......,.. ...,... M echanic ..........,......,....,.. .,Mr. Palmtag
Viola Proschold go,,,,,....... -Vi Y,..... ........ H er cheeksv, o,.,,,.. To be famous. ........,.....,..... Ve ask you, Vil
Edward Ramsey v,,........., Ed ,..,..oo,,,,.i ,,i.. . .His legs 7....,,........., Bar-tender, ,..v.. . .... Prohibition
Mary Re ...,.,...,.,..,,.....,...... Sad-Boo ,..... ......., P ersonality .,............ Housewife, ,,.,vo. .7,,7,,. N o "guy"
Buddy Reno ..................... C. K. I.. ..,..... ,..,ooo S traight hair ...,....... Draftsman. ......,. ,oo.7,.. D raft board
Barbara Rhoades ............. Dusty ...,..,, ...,..,. . Her walk ..,.....w,..o,,,, F loorwalkeru.. ..... .... Flat feet
Floyd Roberts ,....i........... .Floyd o,,.i,.. ..,.,,., D isposition aii...,,r..,r, Ball player ,.l,..,, .l,o,.oo N o balls
LeRoy Robertson ...,...... -Lee ..,,..,.. i.,..... E Short ..,.,,,. ,..a.,.v..,,l., N avy officer ,........ ,l,. . .... W aves
Iamice Robinson ..,.,,....... Iam ,l..ogv. oo,o,i,. D ogs .......,.. ,..,..,.., D og-vet ......,...r... .oll.... R abies
Evelyn Rossini ..............,. .Eve .... ..,. .,..,... S l eepy g,,,,l,.oo,.a,...,..,g Housewife i,,.ig.i ..,.,.,. M arriage
Doris Rowe ..............,.,...... D orrie ...r.., ......... V oice oo,...l.,.............. Soloist ,.............. ...,.... I-I er debut
Richard Sandretto ........... Sandy ....,,.... ,....... A . D. speeches ,...,c Be a speaker rr...cc c.,c,ctc T ongue wore out
Valerie Saput .,...........,.,... V al l.,..l,., ........ .D ieting ..,...,,...........,, To lose 20 lbs .i,r..,c .,l..,., R an out of rye-crisp
Iackie Scheuer i,...,,....,.... Iackie ,.a.,v,. ..,,.,.. A cting ability .....i,lc Go to Hawaii l.c..c,.i,i.vv.cc ,,,Ship sank
Nora Scott ................... ..... .S usie ...c......,. ,,...,.. T iny waist ,, ,ccc..l.,. Model Corsets cc,.....,....ic,.... Forgot to exhale
Ellen Searby ,,,.... ......... S eabiscuit ...,..........,, H orses. ........., ......,. W in Beaumont Stakes 7 wlvfuddy track
Barbara Senn ....,.,.,.,,,,..... Babs ..c.oco,lll. ccc,..,. H er ears ccc. ci.lli.i Telephone operator ....,.,.... Hadacol
Iuanita Shaw ...o..........,.,.,. Pee-Wee ...........,...,.. Feet, l,l.cc.lccc... ,,,,,.. . Swim English Channel .,.. Low tide
Imogene Shell ,,.....,........,, G ene ,,...,........,,........ Tiny face. ..,.......,..... Librarian ....r..,..,.,,.r..,...,,..,... Bookworms
Danny Shuster ......,......... Shoestring
Sid Siemer ,.l.............,,,..., Sid g,,..... s,,,v.,..,......,c. I-I ands in pockets.,.High jumper rrrr.cc.rr,,.r,.g, gr,,, 'I' he crossbar
Norma Simerson ............. Norm ,.........,. ......... H er husband ........... O ld maid ............................ Chanel No. 5
Dave Simpson ...,...,,.,,..... Dave .,.l..co. ooo.cc, , Wandering ro,,..,...,... T rips to Santa Barbara ...,,, '34 Ford
Bernadean Sloan ..,......... Deanie ......... ....... . Eyes ,.......,,.....,.....,.... Artist ...,. .,.,...,...........,.., .... .... I R e mbrandt
Frank Smith ......,., QL... ...... ,Smitty .......... ........ . Curly hair rlrc,,,.....,.g Own laundry ,............,,...,,, Refused "undie" taking
Galen Stach ..,..... ...... .. Gallon g.o,,, .... .....,... P i gmy size ..........., Grow smaller .l.r.,... rr,r,,.r A bottle of hair grower
Don Starr .i..,.,...... .....,... D on vr.....,... .,.,,,.., T ennis racquet ,,i.i Play tennis iiivii,..,.... ........ N o "guts"
Frank Strong .,................. -Frankiem ..,i. ,...,.... G lasses .i,.........,t..ii. Wolf ................,.................., Eyes "on last legs"
Keiji Sugiyama ..,..,...,,..... C agey .....,..,, ........ V ery agreeable Manage Yankees ,...,.,ic,..i Became water boy
Marilyn Taber ,..,.....,,....,, Marilyncc ,,i... ,...,..., I nnocence ..,........... Learn Charleston ,ri..ii,.i..,, Rod wouldn't teach her
Ray Terry ...............,.......... T erry ....,.... ....,... H is head. ............ ,...cModel hats .....................,.. Got conceited
Harold Tillinghast r,,...,.... Tilly i...,..... ......... U kelele ..cc c.c,r ic,ccor B e auty contest judge .i..,. No good with figures
lack Totman ,i.v.r...,........,.. lack ..,.ii...,..ci r,i.i.iii I-l is carve. .ii.,,.,......... Be busy as a beaver ii,,..... Badger
Iackie Travis .,ii ....,.ii,i,..,v. I acque ....,... . ......,.. Grey hairs, ii,.i,,,,.... Be graceful as swan c...ic. Iackie-quackee
Norma Tulipani .........,,.... Norm ,,c.,,,,c .,.,...,. G ood nature .......,.., Get a ring ..cc,i...,,,,,.,,c......... No phone
Bob Walker ....,,... ......... B obbie ........ or cc,,,v,c Dark eyes. .,....,......, Make a basket ...cc, ........ R an out of straw
Carley Walker ....... .i..,i.,. C arley .......... ......... S hortness .,..,,,...c,..... To be 6 ft .,,...,,.... ........ S tilts broke
Patricia Warner ,...,...,...... Pat .,,i.,,,.ic.. ....c,.., H er grin ....,. ...,... D entist ..,,.... ,,...., c,,..... P l iers cracked
Helen Watkins, ,cc.c..c. .. ,,,,.. Helen ..,,i,c.c,, ,,,,.cc, C lothes ,.... .. ,cc,i,. Marry Ioe cc,,,.,, , .,,,..... Church burnt down
Mary Whelan ...,.,,.,.,....,. Big eyes .,.......c.....c,, Her stare cc.c,.,.,,..cvv. -Nurse .........,....,.... ..c,.,,, C hemistry
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Geraldine Williams ......... G erry ,,....,, ..,.,.., H er face ...... ........ B athing beauty ,.c.......,,,,..., Nose peeled
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305 Sebastopol Ave., Santa Rosa, California Bus. Phone 1116
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