Cupertino Union School - Cub Trax Yearbook (Cupertino, CA)
- Class of 1956
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Cuperhho Umbn School
This is the year Gupertino moved. Old Cupertino
Union on Stevens Creek Road served us well and we
loved her. But we love our new school, too. The
pictures on this page show the day we moved this
spring. The pictures on the rest of the pages tell
about the rest of our school year.
D. J. SEDGWICK
T0 THE GRADUATES
It is my pleasure and privilege to extend
to the members of the graduating class of 1956
my sincere congratulations. The completion of
your work in the eighth grade in the Cupertino
School marks the end of your school work with
us. It is also a beginning. I hope a begin-
ning in a new and higher phase of your education
It will still be a privilege to see you
and hear of your progress, in the future, so
come back and visit often. We look to you,
our graduates, to carry on the work of free
men and women all over the world.
D. J. Sedgwick
Together we have accomplished many things
this year. Moving to our new school was an X'
exciting experience and I'll always remember Tri
the splendid cooperation we received from R
every student. You have established a school
that will be used for many years. The schoollixx-
spirit is the "greatest" and always will be Nui?
because you have started it that way.
I extend to you my sincere congratulations rp
and good wishes.
F' Congratulations to the first graduating
L class of Cupertino School. I know with the
" abilities and cooperative spirit of this class
Y of "56" they will continue to be first in
achievements, sportsmanship and citizenship.
we will follow your progress with pride.
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ALEXANDER FIELD, PAULINE WOODRUFF.
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STH GRADE GRADUATES
During the past year our class has enjoyed many social and athletic activities.
Each eighth grade class was given the opportunity to entertain the other members at
our Cubs' Cave Club. One June 8th, we concluded our meetings at a picnic at Almaden.
we had an all day picnic at Santa Cruz on May 26th.
On May 31st we attended the annual dinner which was the most social and fonnal
event of our eighth grade days.
We have successfully played various schools in football, basketball, baseball,
wrestling, swimming and other sports.
we would like to take this opportunity to thank the P.T.A, for the many events they
have sponsored during the year such as the skating party, the Valentine Party and many
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WILLS ANU BEUUEATHS
I, Ted Aguiniga, will my ability to talk in class to Bill Elliott. I, Donald Ashley,
will my popularity with the girls, that is cute girls to Rick Landry. I, Edith Ahumada,
will my ability to walk in the rain with a bathing suit on to Josephine Alvarez. I,
Keith Anderson, will my talking ability to Marian Plants. I, Maxine Alexander, will my
girl friend Marsha Jones to Eugene Kincannon. I, Reba Arnold, will my seat in Science
to Bob Pitts. I hope he stays in it more than I did. I, Nancy Bandley, will my stuck
up nose to John Ivancovich. I, Alvin Bailey, will my ability to fall over the basket
ball to Sherwood Covert. I, Gary Baker, will my dirty white bucks provided I can keep
the shoe strings to Dewayne Hill. I, Kathleen Baldwin, will all my tiresome home work
to Al Colby. I, Liz Barker, will my sharp d.a. thats always goofed up to Richard Flores.
I, Bob Bell, will my talking ability and all my books to little seventh grader Pat Main.
I, Jackie Bogdanich, will my ability to flirt with all the boys to Leslie Wilson. I,
Barry Brass, will my ability to be called Master Sgt. E. Bilko - ilOh39933l and get
away with it to Sue Smith. I, Ronnie Britton, will all of my teachers to Andy Fultz.
I, Barbara Brown, will my ability to goof in talent shows to Susan Flores. I, Gayle
Browning, will my admiration for little Richard's NLong, Tall Sallyn to Elaine Miranda.
I, Sandra Burchfield, will my sad seat in Science to Roberta Graves. I, James Burgos,
will my ability to dance and flirt with the 7th and 8th grade girls to Leonard Montijo.
I, Bob Burrington, will my Sth grade teachers to Marilyn Hauck. I, Mike Buttiy will
my ability to sound off in class to.James Kehl. I, Terry Cantrell, will my nylon
stockings to Terry Patterson. I, Bill Carlson, will my grades to Al Calbreath. I, Judy
Eardley, will my sister Susan to James Dreyer, poor guy. I, Betsy Cannean, will my
passing grade in the Civics test to Donna Dowsky. I, Bobbi Lynne Clarke, will my
sister Janice Cwho I'll be glad to get rid ofj to Diane DeBello. I, Frank Connelly,
will my small estate known in this republic as Texas to Chris Euthler. I, Carol Ann
Conner, will my ability to hit a ball straight to first base to Janet Holliday. I,
Billie Cooper, will my freckles and all my wild and fun slumber parties to Margo Gavazza.
I, Stanley Cozbey, will my ability to make Miss Gordon flip, steam, and boil to Karen
Nead. I, Terri Cravens, will the .504 I had to pay to get this and my grades to Ron
Watts. I, Gerry Creech, will my knowledge of girls to Eddy Whitford. I, Ann McDaniel,
will my stupidity to Sandy Cunningham. I, Dena Dare, will my ability to talk when I'm
supposed to be quiet to Priscilla Brooks. I, Mary Jo Davey, will my ability to run
to catch the bus every morning and still not make the track team to Carole Blackwell.
I, Peggy Davis, will my gum chewing in Mr. Jone's room without being caught to Jim Jones.
I, Roberta Burns, will my bronchial congestion to Bill Babcock or anyone else who wants
a two week vacation. I, Gary Day, will all my lovely freckles and ability to make out,
if any to Margaret Stichter. I, Dennis Deisenroth, will Wimp, Knucklehead Nichols,
Doolin and the boys to Carolyn Brecunier. I, Craig Evans, will my ability to talk in
English and get caught to June Whitt. I, Darrel Ebel, will all my homework to a good
friend in the 7th grade Richard Favorito. I, Janice Ellett, will my glasses and my
chair in orchestra to Marvin Anderson. I, Elizabeth File, will my ability to play the
clarinet to Jon Sanders. I, Wanda Franklin, will my ability to get bad grades in Mr.
Jones Science class to Paul Rojas. I, George Garcia, will my sports ability to Lee Garcia
I, Gary Geiger, will my ability to flirt with the girls of Cupertino School to Steve
Kelly. I, Carole Ghiorso, will my ability to irritate Mr. Jones in math class to Paul
Wilder. I, Midge Gilbert, will my silly laugh to Terry Clark. I, Maureen Gross, will
my ability to eat in class and get away with it to John Samuelson. I, Pauline Holdridge,
will my long hair, my Japan jacket and my yellow shoes to Frank Gomez. I, Candy
Harriman, will my eyelash curler to Karen Buerer. I, Bill Hart, will my ability to keep
a cold all year to Janice Clark. I, Roger Hein, will all of my energy and my brains to
Jerry Cleveland. I, Mark Heinkel, will my jar which has a colony of termites in it to
Richard Wakefield provided he doesn't let them loose in my house. I, Ronnie Hendrix,
will my big brown eyes to Rachael Henning. I, Donna Henson, will my ability to help
pick up the mail box after Chris runs it over with his fathers car to Chris O'Hare. I,
Bill Hickey, will my strange power to do all homework at school and still have loads of
time on my hands to Linda Henson. I, Bill Holman, will my ability to have the giggles
to Larry Staggs. I, Val Holmes, will my ever-lasting crush on Denny Mariani to Judy
Monson. I, Dennis Honda, will my ability to always lose to everyone in ping-pong to
Dirk Gillmeister. I, Susy Honig, will my ability to miss the bus to James Ritchie.
I, Barbara Hook, will my ability to blush at the wrong time to Sandra Harlick. I, Phil
Hopkins, will my tooth brush and lost penny to Delia Gliver. I, Alan Horlyck, will my
math teacher, Miss Gordon to Gary Shephard. I, Ann Holzer, will my ability to get in
trouble with the teachers along with Carol Johnston to Carolyn Bradshaw. I, Leah Hylton,
will my straight teeth to Gary welter. I, Mike Ivanitsky, will my ability to get along
with all the teachers to Sharon Patton. I, Carolyn Johnston, will my ability to get
along with Ann Holzer to Sara Dockins. I, Kenny Johnson, will my straight
WA'sn in P.E. to Shirley Hufford. I, Janice Kaida, will all my old school books to
Guy Gray. I, Elaine Karras, will my sister Kathy, to Manuel Rodriguez with great
pleasure. I, Larry Kerth, will my wig to Eugene Main. I, Jeanne Kenworthy, will my
Elaine Parker. I, Jack Kephart, will my ability to attract pretty girls to
I, Frankie Keys, will my curly hair to Woodie Peterson. I, George Kikugawa,
will my ability to be a stinky model to Francis Foreman. I, Bill Klevesahl, will my
ability to get along with Mr. Hoelzel to Mike Hidde. I, Donita Klima, will my Sth grade
teachers to Jon Soderstrom. I, Mario Kordich, will my sportsmanship to Marilyn Domer.
I, Pat Kraus, will my ability to catch poison-oak to Kyle Bivins. I, Rodney Kuntz,
will my ability to run the turkey trot to Mike Woolsey. I, Joel Luera, will my ability
to sing and play the guitar to Kenny Culp. I, Pat Lynch, will my ability to blush to
Paula Quinterno. I, Mike Madden, will my ability to get in trouble to Ronnie Lewis. I,
Pam Magee, will my ability to play the cello to Vivian Woods. I, Marylynn Mann, will
my long legs and my old girl scout uniform that hits me above the knees to JoAnn Cotter.
I, Dennis Mariani, will my short hair cut to John Pettus. I, Janice Marks, will my
ability to go steady with more than one boy at the same time to Leroy Foster. I, Fran
Martin, will my ability to go on a diet for 2 weeks and not lose any weight to Duane
Denman. I, Mike Massey, will my brains to Mauricio Flores. I, Mike Meehan, will my
ability to argue back to the bus monitor to Dave Torres. I, Janice Menacho, will my
ability to chew gum in music, study, P.E. and sewing and not get caught to Loretta
Passantino. I, Shirley DeMercurio, will my ability to win the bop contest with Sidney
to Art Tremblay. I, John Merrill, will my ability to copy my homework papers from my
best friend to Martha Menard. I, Paul Martinez, will my beautiful tennis shoes to Fred
Jones. I, Joan Meyer, will my ability to blush to Steve Chathams. I, Bob Nichols,
will my height and weight to Gary Kincade, because he is so short and thin. I, Elaine
Ninokata, will my ability to be dancing the right step at the wrong time to Harold
Hutchmacher. I, Mary Ann Olson, will my talent of doing nothing to Carol Rasco. I, Peg
O'Neil, will my ability to flirt with the boy I like only to have a different one ask
me to go steady the next day to Pam Boss. I, Denise 0'Neal, will 8-U noisy cafeteria
table on the left side of the stage and all dirty trays to Bill Card. I, Adolph Ortiz,
will my great enthusiasm to Phil Barker. I, Nancy Queen, will my curly bangs, my pony
tail and my baby blue suit to Linda Helder. I, Joanne Quint, will my crazy jacket as
I went ape last night to Bob Williams. I, Nathan Pagan, will my ability to flirt with
the girls to Dave Rodriguez. I, Robert Page, will Cleon Cox my ability to get Mrs.
Armitstead off the subject. I, Judy Parent, will my curly hair and ability to talk
back to Mr. Jones to Joyce Gamble. ll,-Carol Parker, will my straight bangs, mygpggygtail,
wand myvlalagc-sk:i.rt to Judyglgson. I, Karen Pari'sI,"wi:ll'infy'l6s't'pencil lefd to Luana N'
Mahan. I, FranEiHE'Passantino, will my sister, Francesca to Mike Hagan who already
has her. I, Terry Patton, will my worn out brains to Judy Castro. I, Mike Peck, will
my wavy hair and crazy bop to Don Porter. I, Charlot Pendergraft, will my bermuda socks
to Vicki Chathams. I, Vicki Perkov, will my height to Ken Mitsunaga. I, Joe Pezdirtz,
will my teachers, my bad luck on the tramp and my amazing power to get kicked out of
class to Donna Torres. I, Phil Pflager, will my ability to get kicked out of class
and sent to the office when Mr. Lawson is in his worst mood to Art Garcia. I, Ibnna
Pressenda, will my seat in Mr. Garth's room to Gail Fretwell. I, Chuck Rachels, will
my ability to get kicked out of Mrs. Meehan's class to Bonnie Emerson. I, Margaret
Radke, will my dirty fish wate1'that I loaned to Mr. Jones to James Crowel. I, Art
Regalado, will my long hair, hairy legs and my ability to wrestle to Art Lopez.
I, Pat Reynolds, will my ability as a full blooded American girl to ride in hot speedy
cars to Laura Gillette. I, Tom Ridge, will my white bucks and buck bag to Barbara Foster.
I, Karen Riffel, will my ability to play the piano to Judy Drury. I, Martha Sue Robison,
will my ability to be in Mr. Jones's room to Linda Rodgers. I, Frankie Rodriguez, will
my proxide hair to Joe Gonzales. I, Doug Rose,gwill my ability togget thrown outaof
class to Richard-Marcotte. I, Jerryikosenthil, will my'extra pair of false teeth to
I?a?rEnhMi'ne. I , Doreen Rovetti. will all my overdue library books to Roberta Garcia.
I, Jack Salfen, will Harold Henderson all my muscles and County Championship. I, Steve
Salfen, will my ability to clean my swede shoes in class and not get caught to Sid
Saldivia. I, Marcos Sanchez, will my crazy laugh to Ron Amaral so you can get in
trouble in every class that you gc to. I, Steve Sanchez, will my non-stop talking
ability to Jeff York. I, linda Scatena, will Lucy Yonemura's brain to Marion Sotelo.
I, Doug Schoenwetter, will my great running ability to Bob Scarola. I, Jufy Scott,
will my inferiority complex of Bernie Holmes to Sue Chesters. I, Randy Sievert, will
my ability of getting hollered at in Mr. Garth's class to Noel Guzman. I, Diane Silva,
will my ability to set my hair every night to Michele Frazier. I, Virginia Silva, will
my nickname of Ncreampuffn, given to me by Kyle Bivens to Dale Willson. I, Naomi
Simpkins, will my talented ability to get nC's and D'sn to Richard Weems. I, Larry
Sheck, will my handsome and well groomed appearance to Rick Carpenter. I, Deloris
Shirley, will my ability to be tardy to school every day to Charlotte Quinterno. I,
Patty Smets, will my ability to eat candy in class and not get caught to Carmelita Cruz.
I, Susy Smith, will my nphonyn last name, if she could spell it to Anna Bateman. I,
Judy Sohler, will my ability to never get along with Miss Cresgy, dainty girls, and
kids who don't like sports to Leslie Rose. I, Semyon Solomon, will my ability to get
good grades and shove the shot-put to Jim Mohrmann. I, Ron Sorensen, will my pink
and green polka-dot bow tie to Nancy Jensen. I, Ibnna Spangler, will my ability to
win honorable mention in the San Francisco Science Fair to Larry Newland. I, Sharon
Spillane, will my scarf and comb to Dewayne Cole. I, Sharon Struthers, will my ability
to always ask questions in sewing to Joan Irby. I, Susan Stuersel, will my ability
to cut our president Denny Mariani down about his expensive girlfriends to Helen Martin.
I, Laverne Syers, will Ken Virnig my talent of being late for school. I, Petrita Tamez,
will my tooth brush to James Kikugawa. I, Pat Taylor, will my grades to Gene Smith. I,
Arlene Thomas, will my ability to read in class when I'm not supposed to to Maureen
Englehart. I, Charles Liebert, will my good Kughl grades to Robert Gold. I, Bob Thomas,
will my shapely legs to Virginia Morales. I, Dawn Thompson, will my math and science
teacher Mr. Jones to Diane Leonard. I, Allen Tipton, will my WMickey Mousen membership
card to Jim Zedak, I, Becky Trickel, will my absent-mindedness and ability to get in
trouble to Barry Casey, I, Martha Twining, will my science grades to Barbara West. I,
James Vernor, will my lousy head of hair to Jim Davis. I, Jeri Lynn Wade, will my
ability to pass notes in class without the teacher seeing to Karen Kleven. I, Patti
Wallace, will my braces and dental appointments to Rusty Malbrey. I, Bob Wallace, will
my brains Cif you can find themb to Yvonne Mulnix. I, Marsha Ward, will my getting out
of P.E. because of my sprained foot to Charles Fowler. I, Jerry Ward, will my ability
to do exercise in P.E. to Ken Smith. I, George Wasilewski, will my ability to be late
to class in the morning to David Christensen. I, John Watson, will my good looks and
my ignorance to Jane Mitchell. I, Janice Watson, will my lipstick tube to Diane Koepff.
I, Bill Weik, will my Uwham-on sling shot to Jeff Taylor. I, Kathy Welch, will my
ability to be kidding about my purse which looks like a suit case to Sherrin Patterson.
I, Sharon Weldy, will my ability to hand in all my history homework papers and still get
C's and D's in tests to Fred Riedel. I, Nancy Wells, will my ability to chew gum in class
and get caught to Leslie Niitani. I, Mike Westfall, will my ability to get in trouble
by sticking my foot into my mouth to Dale Frosch. I, Bonnie Whitaker, will my ability
to argue with Miss Gordon to Alice DeLano. I, Peter Yanello, will my ability to get
along with Miss Gordon to Nate Harrell. I, Don Yeater, will my ability to make out
behind Zorka Grce's shed to Jack Thomas. I, Lucy Yonemura, will my ability to sew and
get along with Mrs. MacKenzie to Loni Mitchum. I, Lynne York, will my ability to be
neat and orderly so.I can always find my junk to Jerry Schafer. I, Diane Ziegler, will
my old sweat blanket to Rainer McCown. I, Zorka Grce, will my three foot big mouth to
Judo Gilbert. I, Peggy Davis, will my proxide hair that looks terrible and is always
straight to Carolyn Cole. I, Janice Watson, will my bobby pins to Jeannine Holst.
I, Leah Hylton, will my ability to share salt in Mr. Garth's class to Sheri Salter.
I, Bill Klevesahl, will my talent for getting kicked out of class to Pphaen Dexter. I,
Bill Mauras, will my ability to break my leg to Darlene Jacobs. I, Ann McDaniel, will
the hardware in my mouth to Sandy Cunningham. I, Peggy O'Neil, will you my ever faithful
toothbrush to John Ueberroth. I, Francesca Passantino, will my ability to talk in Miss
Gordon's room to Marilyn Sesna. I, Darlene Robinson, will my crazy nickname NDO-Don
to Jack Call. I, Doreen Rovetti, will my ability to chew gum in Mr. Garth's room to
Sharon Enright. I, Naomi Simpkins, will my talented ability to get bad report cards to
Jerry Stewart. I, Becky Trickel, will my teachers and all my homework from them to
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T. Row: L. Rose, G. Duncan, R. Barnhart, A. Lopez, R. Malbrey, J. Whitaker, R. Flores
2nd Row: D. Frosch, D. Conley, L. Niitani, J. Call, Mr. Bruni, R. Gegen, B. Elliott,
L. Montijo, T. Gormley, M. Hidde, N. Harrell, R. Brooks. 3rd Row: R. Long, D.
Hamilton, H. Martin, C. Cruz, C. Rasco, L. Devens, J. Alvarez, A. Yasuda, J. Cotter,
S. Cunningham, J. Whitt. B. Row: J. Vitale, J. Oljerholm, B. Bielenberg, M.
Anderson, D. Blanco.
M S CHRISTENSEN
M . HOGAN
T Row: E. Henn, M. Woolsey, D. Porter, R. Marootte, L. Burchfield, J. Zedak,
D Torres, T. Nelson, R. Landry, L. Bergman, J. Taylor, K. Culp, R. Lewis, Mrs.
Christensen. M. Row: S. Hufford, L. Passantino, M. Hauck, A. Bateman, L. Gillette
I Domer, R. Henning, E. Parker, L. Broughton, J. Castro, D. DeBello, C. Blackwell,
Y Mulnix. B. Row: E. Whitford, J. Mohrman, W. Mine, G. Smith, K. Mitsunaga,
Row: R. Carpenter, S. Chathams, R. Favorito, D. Wakefield, P. Wilder, C. G'He1'e
Rodriguez, G. Garrison, B. Valerius, P. Benzo, R. McCown, Mrs. Meehan. M. Row:
Morales, P. Main, C. Bradshaw, M. Frazier, M. Menard, J. Mitchell, C. Ashcraft,
Monson, P. Curtright, D. Leonard, H. Rose, B. Emerson, S. Smith, J. Larson,
Dockins. B. Row: D. Hylton, J. Cleveland, L. Garcia, B. Gold, G. Gray,
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T ow: H. Huthmacher, E. Wolf, C. Eutchler, F. Gomez, D. White, L. Staggs, J.
Schafer, J. Pettus, R. Amaral, L. Newland, A. Calbreath, G. Shepard, A. Tremblay,
G Main, Mr. Hogan. M. Row: J. Holliday, M. Plants, J. Clarke, L. Heider, C.
Cole, J. Gamble, B. Inman, F. Foreman, S. Flores, J. Drury, K. Nead, P. Quinterno,
A DeLano, A. Morales. B. Row: T. Patterson, G. Kincade, S. Saldivia, B. Van
Iderstine, D. Wilson, D. Gillmeister,
MR. LA MAR
T. Row: A. Fultz, G. Stewart, F. Riedel, N. Peterson, B. Casey, A, Colby, D. Cole,
G. welter, J. Sorci, J. Ritchie, D. Hill, J. Sanders, A. Garcia, H. Henderson,
Mr. LaMar. M. HOW: B. Foster, P. Boss, C. Brecunier, L. Wilson, J. Holst, G.
Fretwell, C. Quinterno, V, Chathams, D. Torres, L. Mahan, K. Buerer, I. Mirilez,
V. Irwin, M. Bnglehart, D, Oliver. B. Row: F. Jones, J. Kikugawa, J. Soderstrom,
J. Tonzales, B. Babcock, K. Virnig.
T. Row: N. Garza, B. Pitts, R. Rojas, P. Root, D. Christensen, R. Watts, P. Barker,
J. Jones, G. Taylor, L. Foster, K. Smith, J. Thomas, Mr. Garth, C. Cox. M. Row:
S. Harlick, B. Garcia, B. Graves, N. Jensen, L. Mitcham, L. Rogers, R. Vierra, M.
Stichter, D, Carmean, M. Gavazza, J. Gilbert, S. Chesters, B. West. B. Row: B.
Green, J. Ivancovich, J. York, J. Samuelson, B. Scarola, J. Dreyer.
T. Row: L. Lohman, M. Flores, K. Bivins, B. Ravizza, D. Rodrigues, B. Card, M.
Hagen, B. Williams. M. Row: J.Ueberroth, R. Weems, C. Russo, B. Wilhelm, S.
Covert, D. Denman, J. Davis, J. Kehl, P. Dexter, A. Lopez. B. Row: R. Garcia,
D. Jacobs, S. Enright, K. Kleven, L. Henson, S. Salter, P. Sanborn, D. Koepff,
D. Dowsky, J. Irby, C. Kohl, M. Sotelo, M. Martinez, S. Krumm, V. Woods, M. Sesna.
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Cub Trax welcomes the newest members of the Student Body.
These classes joined us this spring upon our arrival at
the new school.
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T. Row: C. Conner, C. Johnston, M. Robison, C. Pendergraft, M. Radke, B. Cooper,
L. Yonemura, J. Sohler, V. Silva, P. Smets, P. Offenbaker. 2nd Row: M. Davey,
B. Clark, L. File, K. Riffel, E. Ninokata, J. Ellett, J. Parent, B. Trickel, D.
Pressenda, C. Ghiorso, C. Harriman, M. Mann, M. Olson. 3rd Row: T. Cantrell,
D. Edwards, S. Solomon, D. Honda, J. Merrill, M. Westfall, P. Hopkins, P. Taylor,
R. Hendrix, B. Burrington, G. Drake, M. Meehan, F. Connelly, D. Ashley, G. Baker,
B. Hickey. B. Row: R. Kuntz, C. Evans, D. Sanborn, K. Pollard.
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Editors for the 1956 Cub Trax are Roger Hein, Pat Kraus, Charlet
Pendergraft and Lucy Yonemura. Advisor is Mr. Janetsky. Typist
is Miss Silvera.
During the Spring Open House the Glee
Mrs. Mac Kenzie and Bonnie
make some final adjustments.
Club looked as fine as they sounded in
their new choir robes. we wish to thank
the P.T.A. and Cubs Cave for purchasing
these outfits for our school.
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Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Denman help the
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Cheer leaders Henrietta Rose, Marylynn Mann, Judy Scott, Candy Harriman
and June Whitt lead the student body in an after game rally.
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Standing: Mr. Lawson, R. Watts K. Virnig, Kyle NCubn Bivens,
J. Bogdanich, K. Culp, B. Valerius, J. Ward. Seated: P. Davis,
C. Harriman, M. Mann, J. Scott, J. Gamble, M. Davey.
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Seated: J. Mitchell, J. Whitt, S. Smith, J. Meyer, B.
Trickel, D. Dowsky, Mr. Lawson.
PRESIDENT 1ST SEMESTER
Personable Jerry Ward lead Cupertino Union successfully as president of the first
semester, 'His vast activities include drama Cin which he played Jay in Boomarangl
and he plays the saxophone in the dance band and orchestra. Ahead of Jerry are four
years of college prep in high school, then college days at San Jose State where he will
major in aeronautical engineering. Jerry made the varsity hardball team and considers
his most enjoyable sport swimming. His favorite subject in school is history.
VICE PRESIDENT 1ST SEMESTER
Friendly brown haired, blue eyed Marylynn Mann was electediby her fellow students
as vice-president of the lst semester. Marylynn was active in G.A.A. as an Eagle
Representative. Also her other activity is drama in which she directed the play NBoomarangW
Marylynn is head cheerleader of Cupertino. She plans to take college prep in high school
and after graduating plans to attend the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Marylynn's athletic ability is equal to that of her scholastic ability. Cupertino School
will always remember Marylynn for her warm friendliness she extended to every one of her
WThe boys most
Denny Mariani. His
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PRESIDENT 2ND SEM STER
likely to succeedn was the title that the student body endowed upon
future plans consists of taking college prep in high school and after
to attend San Jose State and major in engineering. His hobbies are
hot rods. Denny enjoys swimming, baseball and track. His best
subjects in school are history and reading. DenHyfs activity is boys activity.
VICE PRESIDENT 2ND SEMESTER
Amiable Denny Honda held the office of vice president during the second semester.
His future ambitions are to take college prep in high school, and then to major in
aeronautical engineering at Stanford. His high scholastic ability
was voted the most brillant boy in school by the student body. He
best subject and football and softball his best sports. He enjoys
making airplane models, and above all, reading comic books. He is
won him fame when he
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the journalism club and was also in boys activity.
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