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JIM HEMPHILL Vic President MARY ERICKSON Secretary JOHN NOHRNBERG
MIKE ANDERSON Head Yell Leader LEOLA HIGGS G.A. President ROBIN PAXTON G.A.A. President
RANDOLPH PACE Rally Committee Chairman KAREN WEST Senior Friends Chairman LARRY LOWELL “B" Society Representative
MIKE ROGERS Jacket Editor RUTH KITTEL Honor Society President MYRON ARTIST DMS Representative
CONRAD CHEVEZ H.I2 President STEVE BRODSKY L-12 President LARRY KENNINGS H-ll President
MARTIN NAKAHARA L-l I President RAY OLITT H-IO President CLAUDE BROWN L-IO President
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BILL CRAWFORD Pratidant Board of Control
This is our school, where the red and yellow reign—from the science building to the slope, from Biedenbach Field to the Community Theatre. Here, confined within our classrooms, our family of twenty-eight hundred has lived for the past semester. Physically confined, yes, but mentally confined only within the boundaries of our imagination, mind, and spirit so that we could plan, think, and work together—live together as brothers.
We have planned and we have been successful academically, athletically, and musically. Our basketball team travelling to the Gridley Tournament, our Senior Play "Inherit the Wind" and the BOC sponsored Jazz Concert have all been successful through work, a certain type of united and closely guided work —closely guided by Mr. Ehlers, Mrs. Schwimley, Mr. Nealson, and Mr. LeTendre, with their knowledge, great spirit and unselfishness to help at all times, without regard to personal inconveniences. You, the entire student body, along with the faculty, are the ones who have made this a successful term. We have no one leader, no one person to whom the credit should go—the student body is its own leader. The president is forever being led, led by various situations, personal beliefs, and mostly by student ideas.
It is hard to leave something that has given one the best of everything, but I must now give my final "good-byes" to a wonderful home that has shown me the best of hospitality and help, and to the special friends I leave behind, a student body to whom I am very grateful and will always remember.
WILLIS NEALSON Vic Principal Sponior BOC
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