El Cerrito High School - El Camino Yearbook (El Cerrito, CA)

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Svrhnnl Qlrrrh E, llie SI'llllll'llfS of El Cerrifo Iziizior-Senior High Sebool, believe in iz liberal but firm represe111'i1fiLfe Sllllllfllf g0IJl'l'l1ll1ClIf lllzcler feiezilfy S1lpEI'l!lSi0lI, zeifla equal riglais and privileges for all sfzidelifs regarilless of mee, Color, or religion. We believe in good sporfsiizmisloip and fair play. We believe in ilae nuziufeiiaizee of Sflldfllf eoizirfs, exfraezzrrieular aefizfiiies, orgalzizaiioizs for ibe tlC'l'6'l0plllFIIf of flae imlivielzzal and flse beffermeizz' of the selyool, mm' floe feaehing of goofl sporfs- meznsbip fbrongb t'0lllP6IfllLll'F sporis. We believe in puffing info pmeiiee fbose principles of Amer- ieim ileiizoemey uflaiely will develop our sfziileiifs as f'llflH'l' zfofers arm' loyal eifizens of ilJe Uuifezl Siaies of Ameriefz. We lieliezfe in flJe Amerieiin Way of Life. ' 1' X X 1 'xy' " 5 - ., X fun-f "'- ' .1 WM,-1' PRIIICIPHVS IHESSHGE - , . 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JOHN PALMER MISS MAISZEISHZE STSITTLESEY Dean of Boys, Fall Term: Vice Principal, Spring Term 9951 X MR, WOODROW SNODG-RASS Miss lDA QERTA, Miss PAT MACMILLAN, Miss MARGARET woLLEsoN Vice Principal-Fall Semesler and MISS MQRY ERDCCHIA' School Admlflklfaflve A5Si5f5f'll ecre aries. fa MNT Xi I A : . - SRG x X- M . XR- M N N ' QNX 4 R R J X D igi I i -R .,.f-Wifi: ...., I LQWW MISS ANN MIKESELL MISS MARY McVlTTlE ED EEHRHARDT MR. ELMER LAGORIO Lower Division Girls' Counselor Upper Division Girls' Counselor Lower Division Boys' Counselor Upper Division Boys' Counselor l a I TEACHERS xx. 'W :slung i. NN Se L.-.-.-. F r-.Nr-4 HCUlTV CLAUDE D. SAMPLES Vice Principal JOHN PALMER Adrn.Assis1an+ MARGARET WOLLESON Girls' Dean MADELINE WHITTLESEY Boys' Dean WILBUR HOSMER Girls' Senior Counselor MARY McVlTTlE Boys' Senior Counselor ELMER LAGORIO Roberf Banauqh Theodore Beck Norma Bell Blanche Bevier Mariha Bihler Charles Brewer Evelyn Brezee Rachael Burcharcl Felicia Carson Phyllis Clarlr Mabel Clayworfh Edy+he Crank Joseph Dasovic Carlfon DeWiH Waller Dodds Alifon DuBois Roberl' Efcheverry Elsie Ferrando Mary Flinn Myrile Ford Berlha Eosier Eva Franz Aleece Gebhari Margueri+e Gehrhardf Merrill Giberson Anora Hallinan Richard Hunn Dora HunnicuH Vincenf Jacobsen Eleanor Janusch Lamona Johnson Mariorie Johnfz Paul Kressmann Molly Kullman Barbara Leach Richard Loveffe Sfella Malarlcey Jaclr Mclfune Roberfa McTear Barbara Moller Jessie Muir Virginia Mullen John Nelson Adrian Newrnan Anifa Newman Elinor Niclrerson May Nissen William Phillips William Reed Blossom Rice Hale Roach Mafilde Ronne Alice Ruigh Franlrscholiield Floyd Schwarz Arlhul' Schwenh George Shelden Margaref Slrinne Mildred Sobey Delphine Sparlrs F iiezoan- Girls' Junior Counselor ANN MIKESELL Boys' Junior Counselor EDGAR GEHRHARDT Evelyn Sianlon Hargrave Swiff Jarnes Teachworih Marion Thomas John Tieiien Elizabe+h True Chrisiine Waliher Es+her Weakley Vivian Weaiherhead Siaien Websier Priscilla Wehe Alice Welch Mariorie Welch Delberf While Jack Wilde Thomas Williams Dulcie Wrigh+ Torrey Wuesfhoff Frances Zinns EL CAMINO STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Lucille Haskins, Leanne McGilIiarcl, Carole Spiegel, Jerry Shepherd, Fred Welfon, Jerry Balasek, Diana Buerkens. El CFIITIIIIO Adviser-Miss lvlargarel Slcinner 'lliese sludenls lriave llie laslc ol seeing Jrlxal The yearboolc is planned, organized, and prinled. One of llweir cliiel worries is financing Jrlie boolc, as llme Cam is sell-supporling. Anollier qualily worlli wl'iile lo slall members is a general lcnowledge ol iournalism, or a llair lor wriling, as eaclw member is given a wriling assignrnenl wlwiclw appears in llwe boolc, Tlie slarl lwopes lliis "Cam" will be a lwappy reminder ol life al EI Cerrilo l-ligli. X-6 R SEIIIDRS JllllUllRll 1950 Sally Akers Loretta Banducci Zodia Mae Batten Raymond Bertotti Mary Bodenhamer Lawrence Borino Lawrence Buchfeld Jerome Burton Rosemary Casey Bobbie Charles John Chapman Marilynn Clabaugh Clarence Clark Robert Clark John Cooter Douglas Dempster Howard Detro Robert Erickson Carla Fiedler Dennis Firchow Richard Garnero Sue Gillham Karen Hansen Robert Harris Whitney Hodge William Hodges Alan Jelten SENIOR OFFICERS Lett to Right: Beverley Richardson Secretary-Treasurer Larry Borino Vice-President Mike La Gosh President Daniel Kalem Leo Kaufman Harold King Howard Kirk Michael La Gosh Frank Lewis Donna Long Gerrard Meindersee Roberia Miles Barbara Miller Lloyd Miruey Beverly Morra Lowell Nafron John Naumann Lola New-::me' Willie Noble George Nyouisf Eloise Ogden Odell PaHO'l Ray Peaslee Charles Pelerscri Carmen Peuola Donna Reed Beverly Richardscr' .lack Spilman Mariha Sproul Marian Slaples CENTRAL COMMITTEE Sealed, lef? fo righf: Leo Kaufman Rosemary Casey Beverley Richardson Sally Akers Howard Kirk Slanding, IeH lo righl: Mike La Gosh Whilney Hodge Larry Borino CV' C. I 1 I FALL SEMESTER-I 949 Oclober I9 Senior Dilch Day. 2l Piedmonl Ioolball game. November I7 Eeslival ol Nalions-Sponsors: P.-T.A. December 9 Senior Play, "Uncle Fred Elils By." I6 La Playa Eormal-'Pepperminl Prom." January I8 Senior Banquel-Mira Visla Counlry Club. 25 Senior Ball-Brazilian Room. February 2 Gradualion. Dorraine Thulin Alvin Turkovich Behy Vaughn Rioberf Wilcox Clare Willey Barbara Worsham Waller Young SPRING SEMESTER-I950 April I El Cerrilo Relays-Gerry Monroya, Queen 28 Junior Prom-"Dreamer's Holiday." March II Jive-O-Ree-Sponsors: '49er Hi-Y. May 4 Senior Play, "The Eighlinq Lilllesf' I7 Senior Dilch Day-Adobe Creelc. 3I Senior Banquel-Mira Visla Counlry Club. June IO Senior Ball-I'IoIeI Claremonf. I3-Eirsl ouldoor gradualion in El Cerrilos hislory SPRING GRADUATION NOT PICTURED Alberl Eqli John I-lodge Gene I-loughlon John Marvin Mildred Milano Dorolhy MacPherson Joyce Powell Jimmy Sharman Janice Iracy Roberl Schwingler Eugene Sivachenlco Bobby While Prenlice Williams J. L. Woods JUIIE 1950 Sigrid Aalbu Marilyn Ahlporl Joe Akinaqa Thelma Alvarez Viola? Alvarez Richard Andfew: Rulh Aulrev Jerry Belasek Lowell Ea:-ks BI.: Ba'ne+' N5?h5rwi5l H5955 M. C. Baffer- J'. Allan Beesci- Evelyn Eechvhc f: Arnold Benna Bob Be'C1u7sf Bob Bilbrey Jack Binkley' Beverly Black Cl-iesfer B'aclm:" L.Jcy Barlow? BeH'y Boreen Biilie June Bo'-We Lofhrop Bradford Beverly Briddo' Margie Bridges Viale BriHon Senior Play N sk il... 4 5. . J . , A b A ,g,A,w.'+'z1 9 gf:'g.5 .eff . We 1 -2 'f A Q . ir J f' L ' X 1 ' E - 4' , . i N E? A ' swf! 'U 4 F I A :, -4 'i ' , ' b fi-v 9 3, , Ai Maxx' i 195' Wav fr if NCQ , 1 f 9 i MKS? X X 3 X f , of Q M 7 IAN , f ,M , f 1 ., ,.., , f ' ' rf ff Wil ,K , A mf ' 1 ' ,,, l 1 ff 4 , f WW .. .f,fe:, OA f' 4 H! V, , , " 2 4 Z1- ,, if.. M, i' W ff 2 'I ' '-kV M' H- :fi 'l 1- N- . A 1 L 5' fl ' 4 aff, ,ffigki-N43 7 1753" i :II E W 5 , gf 7 li K ..,. t. K X aa Z 422 iw f N ..,...,.. 3 f Q W .wSXfQ.., A! NW, Q' I M xx SY? 5 4,2 X 1 Q x ,gf 5 Q ,ap p f 5 J' , Www' f W fy. , 4 1 X 1 Q ffffgf ef 4 , V W Jerry Broderson Roberf Brown Leona Buehler Diana Buerkens Marqaref Burfon Riley Byrd Winfers Calvin Donald Campbell Ar? Carpenfer Garry Carpenler Pa? Carter Ragene Cash Edmond Ceofis Myra Clark Pal Cleaver Ella Cook Bill Coffer Willie Cooper Don Cundall Frilzi Cuneo Jack Chrislen Juana Colslon Bill Davis Richard Davis Barbara Decker Alfred DeSimoni Don Doolillle Feslival of U niled Nations Phyllis Douglass John Drayden Bob Eason Jackie Eberwien Bob Ewen Fae Eyges Arline Falk Olis Felder Carolyn Fiedler Mildred Flury Joe Flynn Ted Forurla Eddie Garia William George Jack Gerner Phillip Gianforfone Lorraine Gibson Pal Goodman Joe Gower: Carolyn Graves Willie Grayson Blair Grinols George Grisel Wilfred Guqgernos Teresa Gulierrez Ann Hall Esfher Hall P,T.A. Officers Confer with Mr. Samples 'WNW' X .i rgsfw 'rv-. r l Q' -"5"--ni-Y .f"" .J 2' .5 nz in ' GDT l ii nah qs: ,.,, . Z J Harry Hansen Mayfield Hardiamon Ethel Harris Norris Harris Velma Harris s. lil ' Johnnie Harrison Lucille Haskins Gwen Henslee Florence Hernandez Alan Hiellum W X X W 4 ,X 4 as 4 V f fs? Y! 'ff 7' ., ff X K J f i' , Z 1 C All ' ', 0 A f Z 4, ,, W ly, .' ' L13 ' A Wagga: Wilma Hoffman Ona Mae Holmes Bob Horlon Chuck Hubbard Bob Hughes Sk Sw X 2? Cleo Hughes Don Hukkanen an Hervey Humphrey Bromley Hunf Frank Hunf Dolores Jakubowski Verneva Jamerson Bob Johnson Claylon Johnson Joyce Johnson Lenolia Jones -N r-rr-W Luereen Jones A View from lhe Hill J Willie Lou Jones Elwood Jordan Haruo Kasai Bruce Keim Jack Kirby Larry Kinsella Bob Kirk Bill Kirkpafrick Agnes La Cenlra Charles Lacy Berniece Laulers Ruelh Levis Thelma Lewis Gerlrude Liflle Marilyn Locklin Fred Lucero Skip Maclnnes Cissy Maddoclr Ambrose Mainini Doreen Marhefka Bob Mason Jacqueline Mason Manley Mafousek Leanne McGilliard Jeanefle McLaughlin Melvin Menefee Lois Merwin Cenlral Committee i 3 N-Q I ,-Q wg , 1 7914, V 0 T1 If A 1 f""W " sf'Ww's s Q L i 2 4 M23 , If 4 1 W , N , , ff Q s 'Q 2 ? I 'V 4 ,y ! if .1 ' f ' 1 , n S A , ,W ,mf , K 5 QQ? W Z I' KZ' , filr MB: ' M J if ' . t' 1 2 fan -v 1:--.v I V :V 'R' , i as .Agar le 5, I' x 1' Vp. Charles Miglia Daniel Miller Harry Ming Jerry Mifchell Geraldine Monloya Alice Moore Lessie Belle Moore Joan Murayarna Mas Narasaki Melvin Nelson Dick Nelson Tommy Nihei Rhoda Niiya Donald Nordahl Charles O'Neal Valeria Parker Mariefla Payne Evelena Powell Marcia Powell Roger Price Dolores Parsons Sfephen Quinby Guy Raumer Willie Reed Phyllis Reulher Oliver Rhodes Bonnie Riddell SENIOR OFFICERS Joyce Johnson Don Doolillle Gary Risch Barbara Rivera Alex Roberlson Don Rodriquez Lyle Rowley Tony Salvi Didia Sanchez Barbara Sanderson Terry Sasaki June Salmary Frank Scofl Wayne Schupp June Schwarz Roberf Schwingler Ben Seiii Jerry Shepherd Barbara Sherman Takako Shinoda Bill Smith Marilyn Smith Huber? Sparks Carole Spiegel Cleo Stafford Llewellyn Slevens Veda Suggs Harue Takahashi Richard Taubman Relay Queen ca ndidales av- .l vw 6 , V1 L3 49 Ria aa ef! .er w. cr. iii, f , If -,after . 'Q yi Q al vi. T X A 4 T. M2 ' 'ii "wi . Sy V mf Q9 V f , ' if , , ,em f 1 5 X , , f if fv , 6 , , 7 . W ., ,Qee,,lf.4 sw ir . A ,V vf I .. f ' 6 VE : Q J i f Qi pigg n J 41 1.5, WSW 1 , v nf. y X 6 EQ: vw 4. f , If X 2 -A 225 . ., T 1 J: ' ,Z ,,., A255111 'ff ' We ,Z 227' I Z ? 1 QQ ,. wa- 1 X we 5 X X fe, Y I X , SS X X X X X X 115 Er me , X NX ' ek, mi ix R 5 l x X S N, Y . SSX X X6 N, X XX XQXQ X XX i XX X X X X We N-,N if or Wi . X f TX Chester Mae Taylor Mayanne Thomas Jack Thomson Mervin Thomson Gladys Tolhursf Evelyn Tonelli Sachiko Tsuiimafo Janel Underwood Pal Uno Doug Van Dorn Clarence Van Hook Calherine Vizcarra Bob Volpi Dale Wagner Granl Walker Bill Walkins Jane Wafkins Roy Walson Fred Weffon Charles Wheeler Shirley While Annerle Wiley Belly Williams Marilyn Wilson Raymond Wilson Jim Winne Eloise Woolery Pal' Wood J. L. Wood Sumi Yulo Norma Simmons Yuki Shimada Nalhalia Jones Roger Knighl AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. MINER by Mfra Cad and Jerry Sneohero Eolfg arc 'r 3 rnodern age 5h:uIfJ avalI 'rhernzehfei of The fine eduoarionai ggggf+,r'+'eg 'rel ro.-1 rare oeoadie ron YQ Irie rirne ro oreoara izr 'he Iufuref' fra: lie aofoe gre' ro 're forge' qererahor, bf Dr. George Miner Euoerinrendanf oi fhe Pfhfnoro Ecfoo 1. Dr. Mrer fa: meer Yeatrffg and doing efecinfve Nod in fha Piohrnond SohooI5 Ior rnany yeart. H: irtr reacrrg oozlrion ,Jac az Phyaicai Eoucarion insrrucror a+ Ihe I?ooSeve'if Junior I-Iign Qoroo. Ir I935 he enrered Ihe Research and Tearing Depart rner:'I'.'I'wofear1IaT-efhe na: aoooirfed Pririoioai oI Ihe Richmond Evening I-Iigh SChooI. In I94Z Dr. Miner erfrereo 'he ierfice. Fifer h': dizoharge in I945 he became Depury Sumerlrirerderkr oi Sohook. Upor 'rhe refirerner' oi Mr. Heirri: Dr. ?A'ner was anponred Superirirendenr oi the Riohrnorio Schook. Dr. Mirer hob: We IoIIof1lrig degreezz BA., Caderon ColIeqe' I'f!I.fN. Eduoarion, Unlferzi' or Ca'7?orr,fa' I..I..D., Urzinus Core e. f Phorograohf arid go? are hi: Taiforife hobbfei. I-Nhen a2Ied abour hia qoii more he Sfniied and :aid "I.e+': roi' go 'rro Iriarf' Dr. Miner Q: married, Iive: ir Mira Vida and hae a grown son. "WhaI was your rno:I diI'IicuI+ zuhieof when fou ffenr Io 2chooI7" asIed 'rhe reporIer. Dr. Miner repIied, "French," I-Ie Iheri oonrinued, "My Iavorire Suhieors were Engineer- ing, Physics, Marhernahca and, oI Courze, Phy:icaI EducaIion." In comparing modern 5chooI3 wirh Ihoge oi earIier year: he Hrared Ihar Iodayf Ieachers and rnefhods of insrruorion are les: IorrnaI Ihan Ihey useed Io be. Modern 5c:hoOIs have I3eI'rer equiprnenlr befrer Ie1'rbooIr5, and hiqher requirernenfs Ior Ieaoherg, There are now 30,000 S'rudenI5 in Ihe Riohrnond SohooIC, a IoIaI grea'rer Ihan 'rhe IoIaI popuIa+ion of Richmond Izeiore Ihe war. When asked how he wouId Compare Pichrnond SchooI5 wirh ofher :ChooI5, Dr, Miner repIied, "I may be a IiIJrIe preiudiced, Izmir I Ihink were rope," x x 2 ff' V 7 x x , H! 5 . Service Wlfh a Smile Gerry Sfurges, newly elecled Junlor Sfalesmen Mr Wilbur Hosmer Dean of Boys Sprung Term New Members of lhe Facully Sprung Term Governor of California ! i 1 HCTIUITIES STUDEIIT GOUERIIIIIEIIT 5,1 , af H , W JACK SPILMAN TED FORURIA Sfudenl Body Presidenf, Fall Term Sfudenl Body Presidenl, Spring Term FALL TERM HOWARD DETRO SALLY AKERS DIANA BUERKENS MYRA CLARK Vice Presidenf Secrefary Commissioner of Finance SPRING TERM HUBERT SPARKS LLEWELLYN STEVENS GARY RISCH Vice Presidenf Secrefary Commissioner of Finance l Commissioner of Enlerlainmenf ALICE MOORE Commissioner of Enlerfainmenl' I JACK BINKLEY Commissioner of Afhlelics JACK BINKLEY Commissioner of Athletics 11 I? S 1 Q H-nz Lx Els. LEGISUITURE Our legislalure is a verv imporfanr par? oi iile ar El Cerriio High School. Evervlhing Jrhar arleors 'rhe srudenrs musr be passed by rhis body. The palrlrern af our legisafure is rhe unicarrieral rvpe, Tre governing body works wirh 'rheir sponsors and sfudenr body olifoers. In Jrhe spring semesrer a legislarure was formed For The Junior Division, separale from The Senior Division. lr is headed by 'rhe Junior Vice Presidenlr who was Nick Kinsman. A compromise commijrree was chosen from bolh legislarures 'ro seirle any disagreemenrs which may occur. The orlicial members ol rhe legizlalure are ralen from Classes and various clubs and have ex-orliioio membefi represenring lhem. The legislarure meers once a ffeelr. Bills are presenred, debared. and voled upon. A bill is sen'r ro rhe rules oomrriirree before being presenred ro Jrhe legislarure. Mr. Woodrow Snodgrass was sponsor ol rhe iegislarure in Jrhe Fall +erm wilh How- ard Delro, chairman. Mr. John Palmer was sponsor in lhe Spring le-rm vfirh l-luberr Sparks, chairman. f Q - 9 If I 155112 1210512-T :misl- ZZ'-CD'-313 P0 U9 Hilll B093 The Hall Boys, like The Rally Cornn'iiTTee, enTorce The laws and keep order in our school. Their chieT duTy is To keep order in The halls during lunch periods and during classes. They check all sTu- denTs Tound in The halls To see iT They are auThorized To be There. The Hall Boys are under The direcTion oT Mr. Hos- mer, Dean oT Boys. RHLLV COIIIIIIITTEE The Rally CornmiTTee consisTs oT boys who enTorce The rules and regulaTions oT our school. They keep order aT assemblies and during all sporTs evenTs. IT a sTudenT is disorderly, or breaks any rules, The Rally CommiTTee members are auThorized To issue him a Rally Slip. The sTudenT musT Then go To The STudenT CourTs where his case is reviewed. There are ThirTy members in The Rally CommiTTee, which is sponsored by Mr. Banaugh. -1V-v, QW., Q , s. - JUNIOR STFITESIHEII UNESCO A - - A . , - , 3,5 fl.-f,-,L ,- -55 - -. x-,-L.,.,L, -, -,L:'L -1 .. L.. -- - -, x,,-- ,:.,, --:,,. . ,.,,., ., V- -,-, , , -- - - - -. - - - -- , - - 4- - .. ..- -, .. -...- .,v- .. 3 -.. if fm'-ef' ' "2 :'::2"' 1' :'e'ef"L' '::e. :'fL: " f' -1'-f - ---:M -A - f--' 21' f :- EJ-e', ,6i' "e :-:: e::-' "e Ea. X-'ei 'C 'J 5' L' " 2 2 LA T "fi 3 gulf: V3 5-5 'E 5' . -N M ,--,, -, -',, . -,, ,4-,, - ----,. 5335 :E EC -'2'f -2 :'::e"' :'efL"-1: .'2'FLG'C.1 JE .,. Ev ., Q,... - ., -:, -: - N: " : Q--- , v - ' en: u':f:'5 0 , : ez"-if 'e .,'EECZ ::i':: 2' 5 :te z:':: f Wee' 5' . . v . 'A f 1 -Ag -, .., A Z -,-, L,-'-, , -- ,,,,. --, -,, -,-,---,.- -. Mas Eaase ' wwe 1 Q-, :cf 2 e 2.3 zz Snr Q4 rhs' ff.:f"'n" A 'N - ' .f ff 411. 1-5 V ,,-.4., fy-EV Jiri .-.,, Ci-- 'hit 1:,:,:-, ,.. , , :,.:, " 5 ,wean ,-yy ,, tl, :Si l SUPREME COURT TOP: Daene McMurray, Mr. Palmer, Tony Salvi fChief Jusficel. LOWER COURT BOTTOM: Fred WeTTon, Ambrose Mainini, Walfer Pilgrim. The courT sysTem was reorganized This Term To promoTe greaTer eTTiciency, and paTTe-rned on our American judicial sysTem. The courTs are Two in number, a Lower CourT and a Supreme CourT. Each one has iTs own courT oTTicers and special TuncTions. A sTudenT who receives a summons musT appear in The Lower CourT where he may plead "C5uilTy" or "NOT GuilTy," lT The plea is "NOT GuilTy," The nexT sTep is a iury Trial. The sTudenT may appeal The verdicT iT he wishes, and The case Then goes To The Supreme CourT. The ChieT JusTice oT The Supreme CourT in The Spring SemesTer is Tony Salvi. ATTer a careTul review oT The case, The verdicT is handed down. The decision oT The Supreme CourT is Tinal. BUVS' CLUBS Del mar Ili-V Sponsor MR. JACK WILDE lllhite "C" Sponsor MR. JACK MCKUNE 49er Hi-V Sponsor MR. HALE ROACH ,,A,,,..M-uf -,f.'.-4-M""W""'u' yi 1 -.-M .,q-,N..,...,,,, ,,.. X, ,V ,M pus: Gm NJ? 35 A .JV IJ s if 2 I L 1 15 CFIFETERIFI B093 Sponsor MR. JOHN PALMER PRUJECTIOII CREU1 Sponsor MISS EDYTHE CRANK SEIIIUR HOIIIE ECUIIUIIIICS Sponsor MISS MARJORIE WELCH JUIIIOR OIIGIIIIIZIITIOIIS Il JUNIOR DIVISION OFFICERS Lefl Io riqhf-Maxine Byassee, Secreiaryg Nick Kinsman, Vice Presi- denfg and Mary Bader, Commissioner of Enfer- lainmenf. an xii? JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY Sponsor-M rs. Alice Welch Our Lower Division is noled for ils enrhusiasrn and pep. They iorrn a large seclion of our school wilh an enrollrnenl oi 788. This lerrn, because oi crowded condilions lhis group has alslended school from IO:25 +o 4: I 5. The Lower Division proved ils abilily by winning bolh Ihe Sludenl Body card coniesl and lhe Curlis Publishing Company mag- azine conlesl. There are many organizalions and aclivilies open lo lower division slu- denls. One of 'rhe mosl irnporlanl of lhese is lhe Junior I-lonor Sociely which is based on scholarship and cilizenship. Q N 30 BUOSTERS lll PLFWH TRI-V FREIICH ClUB Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor MRS. ELEANOR JANUSCH MRS. DULCIE WRIGHT MR. PAUL KRESSMAN - - . . . ...'-04,5 X, ,, ,.7,,,,,,.,vwwnulp!nr-H-ggfefff fx. ..., meh- - ,,.u...c,,,,, T 1 """'1r'fw21"f4vPf"r vie:-, ' X T --.,.-....-.,... , sl-12is-W-f.....5w,,,,.,.,,,, L,-m!m,: W ?,Nr!f'isfp,,ff,N .,Y-.... ..,........-,....,.. .- . ...L , --...................--.......,.... ., , ,.-........,..r-.....,r . ' 1- A .M ......,..v...,.......,...-.4w'w....s,...W h-,.,..,.... A5 0 'fl lrcc Q L05 HIDHlGOS ADVTSER: Mrs. Vivian Weafherhead ASSISTANT ADVISER: Mr, William Reed The Senior l-Tonor SocieTy is one oT The ouTsTanding clubi on The campus. Mernbers enTer Through The Tields oT scholarship, ArT, SporTs, Leadership, Journalism, and Music. Members who reTain a high ScholasTic record Tor aT leasT Tour sernesTers are, upon graduaTion, awarded liTe membership in The CaliTornia Scholarship FederaTion and are given seal bearers pinS. Each Terrn Los T-lidalgos rnalfes an Educahonal Tour oT some Ea:T Bay indusTry, or spoT OT inTeresT. During The Fall Term The educaTional excursion wae made To The Ala- meda Air STaTion where The sTudenTs were shown abouT The base, and were allowed To board and examine The airship, "Mars." As Their conTribuTion To The school, They have given boolrs and picTures, and have assisTed The UNESCO Board by reading educaTional rnaTeriaI To be given To The library and giving accounTs oT This maTTer To The Board. ' ln The Fall semesTer, The organizaTion was under The leadership oT Bob Clarl, who Turned his OTTice over To Bob Leslie Tor The Spring semesTer. .w...,.,.V.,A EDITORS DOUGLAS DEMPSTER I949 JERRY SHEPHERD l950 EI Caballero is denls and facuIIy Dodds, adviser. The s'raI3Is for FALL EDITOR .... ASSISTANT EDITOR , PAGE ONE . . PAGE TWO . PAGE THREE . PAGE FOUR . . ASSISTANT SPORTS . ASSIGNMENT EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR . EXCHANGE EDITOR . NEWS BUREAU . GIRLS' SPORTS . LOWER DIVISION . LIBRARIAN . . CLUBLICITY . ' 4, El CIlBIIllERO EI Cerrilo I-Iiqh's School Paper. Cabby, as if is beller lcnown 'ro slu- alilce, is published every Friday of The school year. Mr. Waller E. 'rhe Fall and Spring Ierms are: SEMESTER SPRING SEMESTER . DOUG DEMPSTER . JERRY SHEPHERD . HELEN ERDELATZ . MYRA CLARK . BOB LESLIE . JOHN ELLIOT . . DONNA REED CAROL DEL VECCHIO . . . BUZZ ORR . GERRY STURGES . EUNICE TURNER JANICE ANDERSON AMBROSE MAININI JOAN SHOWALTER . SHIRLEE SOROKA THE HAPPY CA J my W .f U1 rw-IJ., :I L ,635 ,v,.,,. 5 1 EDITOR ..... ASSISTANT EDITOR . PAGE ONE . . PAGE TWO . PAGE THREE . PAGE FOUR . . . ASSISTANT SPORTS . ASSIGNMENT EDITOR . SOCIETY EDITOR . . EXCHANGE EDITOR . NEWS BUREAU . GIRLS' SPORTS . LOWER DIVISION . SPECIAL PAGES . PROFILE EDITOR . REWRITE EDITOR . PHOTOGRAPH ER . BALLEROS ref wa iianaosf I,-I, , .I In I . JERRY SHEPHERD . . MYRA CLARK DARYLL BUCCARELLI . EUNICE TURNER CAROL DEL VECCHIO . GERRY STURGES AMBROSE MAININI . . BOB LESLIE . JOAN SHOWALTER JANICE ANDERSON . HELEN ERDELATZ . SHIRLEE SOROKA MARIANNE YURASKO . . JOHN ELLIOT MARIANNE YURASKO . . . BUZZY ORR . KIRK THOMPSON l ., 9 ' A ZZZW, ,nf -f-' ff y ff' 'fry BFIIID 4 'x ADVISER: Mr. Hargrave Swiff JOHN NAUMANN, Drum Maior The El Cerrlo bend plays, drills, and enlerleins al 'rhe loolball games, creallng enlhdslasm and splrll for lhe leam and speclalors. Games are always opened by lhe Dlaylhg C5 fhe "Shar Spangled Benner." Mr. SMA bend direclor, has laughl lhe band many new drllls which were per- lcrrhed lsr fhe Welling schools. The frebrehez wllh lhe band were Carol Chappel and lvlaudle Coals. The drum frlefcr :cr 'he F5 farm wee John Neumann. There were 52 members In The Fall semesler bard. Ny f. .1 f V Xfx an Orchesira Insfrucfor, MR. HARGRAVE SWIFT A Cappella Choir Insfrucfor, MR. CHARLES BREWER FRESHIIIEII VZ , , X I f f K ff X ,,,, 1, 5, X.-Q. I "4 xiii W' f B Leafrvlnq Abou fha Wen:-Sccia Silence Sewing Craze-fmmme' Outfit In we Mablrg Refefence WCW-'rw OJ' Busy L3r:'a'f Typing AM-Future Setwraieg A A A 41 There are 79 boys and 5l girls in fhe L IO class. The H IO class is 'rhe large-sf in Jrhe school, wifh I78 boys and 195 girl' The grand Jrofal of Soplwomores is 503. S0 P A ffm' 'W 1 , 1. C515 sv ITIO S. .44 --AJ' 411-v,.s 41-f-f'v-QfQ'x.f"-Ni' ,JUN ' V" 'A ' RES ,ff N4..4.4 1499 , , , .1 . , ,4 . A F r -1 T49 SCZ'E zfwefj +R-elf were +222 if: o vrq came: ff +P We f Scan Hcp PWQEMU PGVQOG. , A . . Y w r - r Tfe Ecgbf ,ere -,eff eyyg if frg Qurg Mggazme Cirfejf, Tfe Hqw ze egman lm me Lffcf h'!'f'f ,151 Eyuf if 4?g P-l,1O.f-milk-gf LWTGL: Eff? Vi' -U52 Tim Tiwfm, 6139 if We 13 142, Q 414 ,L X' ,LY 5... 4- , in .Q-.. S0 LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVES Lloyd Byessee, Sandra Delloll, Shirley Johnson, Alex Kalciclw, Palricia Nieye, Fred Pearl. P IN qmgmfi C!! r-nf LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVES Eff ff-'f " P fef McCcmaE. JIM I3fa++,I-IefbV3IIa.f1Ia 'X Y xg..""" 5 59,8 z .....,.. ., fp, N4 ,aw 1. 9,1 4 X , If '. ""' 2: " 4 , A f 3 2.55, , , ,..,. ! 'sm Radios in lhe Making. Aulo Shop in Aclion. The Archiiecfural Drawinq Class Builds a Home. Learning Abouf Governmenf, Sch:oI Eleclion. The Algebra Class Proves ll! I f f uw Aff lv L ,l 3+-S255 5 if -gtg' 5plQ?' K wa fjl jk R NS' -Mx' hi., S iz .k,. 9 Lx - AT E J Q 5 , 5 ff. .if , 'X 'KJ l Drifgfg' Education in Acvion B.Hdinq Stage Sefs in Sfaqecraff Class, Busy Momenfs In 'rhe Woodshop. The Spanish C1eesGoes Dramafic F6630 5H'JD-They Repair Them and They Buiid Them. X I X 43 Y, , Z'-.V Q.:-L, 'li The Juniors are a large class. There are 68 looys and 55 girls in Jrhe l. IO class. The l-l IO lops The L IO wilh I78 boys and I95 girls. April broughl The Junior Prom-"Dreamers l-lolidayf' JUII ic. , f wf' ' ,, W, is , f M mf an ,WT , ....V , V, s -I. '-,-- ff-11: .1 . . . 1 xg., ...,....'i',,b 1 I 0 Aff X f f-f1"'f-fff' -f -E. f- TWKW' """"4 '37 wfNff'771rf4g-w,w- www ,,f'ff,,w -,. ., :'. E'.,"i ,4 I I 1 E E' Kg H5'f9f U Qifx' Jie Pfe def' Dy Pqgy jegfp-if -r - ' f- ' - "cf f put Vaoazfe Q3f'eg': Crgfeg Mlfgfzi .W M' ff ,, A mf f f , fMf W ,, f ,W f 442 if-ww W I 7 iff 4 .,,, A me T. ,MW , ,--. . ,... NN ., ....... 'HM ' W ' ' ' ' ' ' "' " ' af rr urrr 659 JUIIIORS LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVES BoIo Beeman, Caiiierine Coiion, I-Iarvery Dougan, Audrey Emeidi, David I-Ioii, Annabe-IIe Jones, Karl Kresge, Barbara Moiino, Marjorie Perelii, Gordon Ragan, Jacque Ezra, Joan Wieqmann, Jo Ann Woriimley, Richard Biagqi, Suzanne De Jong, Don Johnson. Joan Liediiolrn, Mary Mariin, Paula Ronles, Gerry Siurges, Ann Jeiien. LA DORADA-an organization for upper division girls. I Sponsor-M ISS BERTHA FOSTER 4 . -v 5 M J 6 if X 'K :. NK! S s Q i N , , 3 1. x .. 194 'I '1 V 'Sz -Q l X 'S X X-X 1 1 U s . x K -Q . K m fu! f -vungq wnqtb f wif . ' 1 ,K ti,,: 3 I K ik ' 9 x ' 3 ,Q 2 11 win x Q Q, iv 2 -4 Q' fm in ,X qw, A .I K, , AZ. , ,- fm ,v,' 4 f - W " f 1. 5 ff gf, f ' '-'K '76 ' "R ' 4 A ' C 4 ' ' .xxx f 'M 13 'ZW . gi 7115? 942, X ss., pw., ffm sw, ,. f, me V My fy, ss- .s , -s . W ENN vm: v ff' My . l0lU SEIIIURS The low Senior class has been one oT The social leaders oT The school. The class social aT'Tairs have been responsible Tor many a good Time around The school. The Sophomore T-lop puT on by This class seT an example Tor The Sophomores oT The TuTure. "Shangri La," Their Junior Prom, Tollowed in The wake oT The Sophomore l-lop. Everybody had a good Time. The big evenT This Term was The Senior Play, "The FighTing LiTTles." IT This class lceeps on in This Tashion, iT will have a very successTul high senior year The class oTTicers are: PresidenT, Rich T-lallg Vice PresidenT, Bob Leslie: SecreTary- Treasurer, Carol Del Vecchiog Social Chairmen, l-lelen ErdelaTz and Don STewarT. ,,..-r N , U N .. 1 Sv 1 139 E' . , J' if T:,, w,.- are 'L - L FIRST ROW Ilefl' to righrlz Troupe, Slewarr, Bradford, Calvin Thompson, Binkley, Beasley, Woods, Wallace, Rhodes, Lacy. SECOND ROW: Nakano, Peferson, B. Hunt, F. Hunl, Richardson, Borino, Salvi, Cash, Mulh, Miller, Dougan, Townsend. THIRD ROW: McKune lcoachl, Hall Imgr.J, Sugiyama, Moriyama, Jordan, Tyrol, Salisbury, Noble, Silviera, Howe, Harsch, Colfer, Allen, Price, Mahan, Clark, Moore Imgr.J Hosmer Icoachl. FINAL BEE SUMMARY F00 VARSITY SUMMARY Cerrilo Cerrilo Cerrilo Cerrilo Ce-rrllo ,,,,,,,, O Acalanes 20 Alhambra 6 Alameda I3 Albany O Piedmonl Cerriio ,,..,,,,,, 45 Pelaluma Cerrilo 5 6 Berkeley ,,,,,....,,, Cerrilo ,.,,,,,,,, I8 l-layward Ce-rrilo ,,,,,,,, ,l3 Richmond A.C.A.L. STANDINGS W I. Alameda 5 O Berlceley .,,,, 5 O Piedmoni 3 2 Richmond M3 3 EI Cerrilo 2 3 l-layward , I 5 Albany ,, ,. O 6 Cerrilo Cerrilo Cerrilo Cerrilo Cerrilo ,,,, ,.,, Cerrilo Piedmonl Albany . Alameda Richmond Berkeley l-layward ss ,Q ,wh SN., , -- N. D Niko H-A.. ,- FIRST ROW lleff lo righll: Fred Pearl, Elmer Wickliff, Tom Wild, Mike Roach lmascofl, John Nelson, Joe Charles, William Tinsley. SECOND ROW: Bill Willis, Gerald Tessurn, Ray Isiff, Ca Nafhan Wills, Dave Cosfamaqrva, Burl Grinols. THIRD ROW: Henry Emers rl Graves Pal Moran, Alan Minzey, on, Bob Afkinson Jerry Abbolf, Bill Fernando Jason Rohrer Dick Bruni Ray Morris, Robert Hunter, Charles Levies. FOURTH ROW: Nick Kinsman lrrianageff Bill Eyges llfne coachl, Keafher MacDonald, Eugene Denny, Dale Srnirh, Jimmy Morris, R B. Holmes, Dick Fahey, Jfrri PraH, Ralph Blume, Bill Dorresfyne, Dick Jarorie, Roy Allen, Hale Roach lcoachl. UFIRSIW FO0TBHll COACHES: Wilbur Hosrrwer, .Jack McKurie "e E Ge'r": Yew", frihcfj lhe l949 Eeescr .iff+h e reccfz' cl lcor wine. leur 'sizes ec: c'e "e. Phe' crccocg 'heir 572+ f' 4 72916 highly uhderraled Acalahes Dom, lhe Gauchos ffafe ec rc F 'e'ce'e 'Q fc c.er 'he Bu locus 20 +c 6. lr c'e'f f.C.fL,-. ezerer :Nr Alarfveda, lhe Geuchcs emhred lhe lore ard che F e"e:e 'earn e Ve. 5 :fe :I 'ceir focal corererdng oafnee cl lhe year. lhe hcrne 'cfs' ezz ec "e 5'g"i'g Hc"e': 'V lece 'r rfe 'rfrd Serco -'wheh a cewergich Cy Gecfce Peec c'f:'ec 'ce oefre fer P erhece. ff-:fer lczrg 'Z F eweoe 'ce Geachcs 'ewfhed 'C 'hc r .-.fifrfng I-"Biff by durhocg 'fe 5'c"i':: fi ce' .' Gcocerz l2 TZ O. E" "org 'ig' e5'e' "er cfer A :ey Me Geecrcs larg ec :Nh 'rhe oofferlol Veowcc' -'Q' e":e':. Gcrcz 'r': 'ce gerre a :cw-louchoc.vc-oroercco rhe Gauccce lcagf' "e "lg", FQ' e'3e': 'c e 'c'h"g-cclhhg Gees cel. 4 Gefcz e 'ez' "2" eeG,e 2 ey, 'ce Ge.c':: ecledeiceci 'he pelaorna lrciahs. ln oee"'g 're Trier: 45- Z "fe Geocfez ec Loses 'he screen e' -lime scoring record. f'5'e' fc 'cg cfe' "e "Sei 'fe Geocczz i'LLV'6y,E'J '3 Berlfeey where lhey lczl e l"f:"C-:C..QF' c:"e:' 'Z 'fe fe cffec?e+z 256. Tre ref' gerce :irc fre Geocrzz 'refe 'ng +5 Heyfferd, where +he'r leer mingle ':,c":c.'f' Gere "e" e 92733 ff' efer "e Faffcefz. 7'e Gei,Jc'c: e':e'J "e zeeicr Cf lczrq 'c 'he rlorly ireoired Rchrncnd Gifer eefe' 20 '3 '2. Jack Brief for' 'acre sro Chere: p?+E'ECV eil ehd. eefhed lhe hcrcr of oerg Se ecrec or We :"ZT :""g All-Gcmcy e eferr. COACH: Hale Roach - r Gur Bee: are uroefeehecl The seazen zlerled 'lhe ,Zclcry hergir ccriiruec ir lhe fellcwing gerne and Berkeley. The eeezcrl enoed or 'rhe serve hgh role wrfh 5 Lclgry Qfer Peqrhghl, eng wflh lhe Gauchos rldin viclory over l-leywerd. Oulzlerldihg err lhe lorl 'lor lhe Bee: were: .lce Charles. querler- l I 1 oecr, and Dale Smirh, our sroroy iirierrreo. 3 willc Aeery, !ArliFTlEU6, Pighrherfj Q +C VARSITY FIRST ROW llelf lo righfl: Schreiner, Green, Volpi, Reed, Broglio, Douqan, Hempy. SECOND ROW: Moore, Bales, Ewen, Mabry, Henna, Summerhill, Pryde, Peferson. BEES FIRST ROW llefl lo righll: Malcolm Small, Don Rodriguez, Mel Johnson, Jack Kinnaird, Bob Alcoff. SECOND ROW: Ralph Blume, Bill Tyrol, Bob Byrd, Alex Kalsich, Larry Plonly, Joe Boy, Jim Moriyama. U n R S ond ol a 4l-Fl score. Hayward was lhe only loam lhol El Cnrriln did nol deleal in lhe A.C.A.l.. lhis season. Sparled by lhe lerrilic playinq ol Willie Reed and Bob DICK HUNN lfyven, lhe Gauchos won lheir nexl lwo oqainsl Berkeley and Pic-dmonl. Versily Baslrelball Coach Alameda slopped lhe Gauchos' winning slrealc by a score ml 46,41 Followinq lhis till, lhe Varsily mel Richmond on our ,El Cerrilo has iusl finished ils mosl successful season in lhe 'mme ,Gwyn This Wag probably me bed played game of me l"'5'lO'Y Ol We School' ycar, as lhe El Cerrilo caqcrs won 38-35. Aller a very successful praclice schedule, lho Gauchos They finished lhc lirsl round wilh a win over Albany, by lirsl loolr on the l-laywarcl Farmers, who came oul on lhe lonq a score of 38-34. BHSHETBHLL 'ac 1. +44-df -. ,f of ,- ff' ff ff C--.-.---- .,,,-.. ,- . -,, -. -L -- . -.. ,.,,- ..., -.- -.-L ,. -. L, -.L pm... L., 2 ::.:e' : 5.5: 2' :.'s'e i M .7 awe FJ'-5' :-e2"" 2-' is 5 2-""' ,,- :-,.,:. . .'.' T1 522: 141' Q, ' - i'i':i ' , 1':'ef':1"L .. , , ,,.. .-.. -.L .-. ,. ,,,.-,.. , W. .-. .,. .,, CFL. H- Pfj5', 'IV' 2, Ee'-ef. '-42' "" , ee. H E :EEZ V-, QL- .,. UL , A. :'C 'ECE "'E:"' "A K ' r - 2 -P, 3,-,-.: Li.-.. BEES Coach-ED COLLINS FL? a 'z' P4 ': 3 :eau E fe" -V161 .L ' e 'Q ::"'4'F : 5:2 " "2 'L C XL. .,GQ, -. .,L.Gi., --5 :ee f,ff: ,.. .,5 .',.. .LA ,lengt 54. , -,E .- T3--1 ,'. -,L', .., CL 5,2 i-,,.-,:: fi ,Z 4 T ' ec J. 'f P 1"'i'n 'Z' ' 'L' : ite. Tfe EEEEL "'e Lice: f.e'e t"ai'e': "e" 32-27. E' Tr: Vi 'fe Qc" 2 "e ce"-2 ff" 'A'-2 ::A"i eeif. MK'-5 'gl' 35r'e 4.3" :5,i'E'J :Qi "i'2 f-efe :-':::f-9132-I9.Pi :V E,"-e ieizw Fgf 55" VTE' f-70 F"e L2C"'Z. :Ve az' Caffe C: 'Le eeitc' "e 95.7 '36:EF:'.'Q F bay. Jie CW' e1e":'f-e -' f-'rye G99 iffy.: 'C ,CJ "2 Bee: :X ' 5'-5' gy New ex. ve f5E1.CL'l2f.'1' 2522.1 we Eggg ffefe JY" M:r',fa'v'e Jie C'e'ei fy' yd Me! l:Pr::f. r-.l- - '- f-'L-f F :""" gezee'-ed i E 4i,.,-J4: ..Y L Wt". ff'-2' "Q - 6 f- ,-' ,. - MLK -. P ".1...C,1 . . . . - "' 'Z' Y, D., C Q: . --., P - - FINAL A.C.A.L. STANDINGS Varsi+y Baskeiball Bee BasLe+ball W L W L Lrwi- L , L , A. C. A. L. SUMMARY Varsl+y-Firsf Round 5,x LH- A, HULL .- C. .,,., , ...H-f,- ' .Li A if-,335 ,,,- -..,..,fw Je., 2' -, F2, . Second Round LU- 4- L-,L L .,.-- 4 ,L-.....,, - f-A-'LM ,,. pinpm Aff 1- Ars' Bees-Firs+ Rcgund L, .....,. lf f. ,VUL Q2 pm. ,,,.f 4 ,L-W--- LMY- .,,L. . 1 , .. Bees-Second Round ,., ,..- -,.. -. :.f-1- Ln-- z. .,..L-- 9 Y.-+A 44 'Z .1 fr-t fb,-,.,. L. . V, P'e':"c" ep-: 1 :wma F: fr-p .- k-Wfva L A 8 7 Co Qi Lf 34 f-2 L4 J- 4? 39 35 20 WE 43 2? if 7, if QQ r BHSEBHLL VARSITY Coach Dicle Lovefle As we go To press The ouTloolc Tor The El CerriTo baseball Team is very good. lT is The yearboolcs pre- dicTion ThaT The Gauchos will reign as champs oT The A.C.f'Tx.L. when The season draws To a close. ln The pracTice games The Gauchos loolfed very good as They won nine and losT only one game. In The TirsT game oT The season El CerriTo had Ii++Ie Trouble in deTeaTing Alhambra by a score oT I6-2. Willie Reed, second saclcer, collecTed 4 hiTs in 6 Times aT baT. NexT, The Gauchos Toolc on The Alumni and had a Tough Time deTeaTing Them 3-2. Acalanes was nexT on The lisT as The CerriTans conTinued Their win- ning sTrealc by a Tune oT 6-2. Charles Freeman col- lecTed 2 Tor 4. The Gauchos collecTed I9 hiTs in The nexT conTesT To deTeaT The visiTing Valleio Team I7-4. The Gauchos Then Traveled To Acalanes To down The Dons 6-I. Willie Reed was The leading hiTTer, col- lecTing 2 Tor 4. ConTinuing Their winning ways, The Gauchos de- TeaTed FremonT by a score oT IO-O. Pumpsie Green, TirsT saclcer, sTarred Tor The Gauchos, hiTTing 2 Tor 2. In The nexT game, Emeryville was deTeaTed by a score oT II-O, bringing Their winning sTrealc To 7 games. BaTes and Lacy combined To piTch The Gauchos To The 3-hiTTer win. The Gauchos Then Traveled To Moraga To meeT The ST. Marys Frosh, deTeaTing Them 5-4. 'E WinTefs Calvin coTTecTed 2 oT 4 Tor The winners. The Gaucho winning sTreak came To an end as The U.S.F. Fresh Team handed The Gauchos a I I-4 deTeaT. J. L. Woods, oT The Gauchos. coliecTed 2 Tor 4. The Gauchos meT Emefyvihe and again They deTeaTed Them. The Gauchos have The besT keysTone combinaTion ia The league: Dougan To Reed To Green. Also ouT- 5Ta'woir1gi5 J. L. Wood ouTTie5der, Tor his hiTTing and Tie ding, TT The Gauchos cad cOnTinue Their vvinring wave They S?'Cu'G Taice The A.C.A.L. TiT!e. I' The A.C.A.L. :ceeef again? A ameda, The ..-gm. ruff' Y lllll 9 3 9' ea-' Gauchos sTarTed hiTTing in The TEST inning, ard VTGVGL 5ToDDeo. When The game ended. The Gauchos hac wer I I-9. Charies Lacy oiTched a Two-hiT+eF Gqfilffii The T-icrneT5. KeiTh Sahsbufv, caTcher, hiT 4 Tor 4. in- C uding a home run. BEE BASEBALL-As The Carr' goes To pref: The Gaucho Bee Team if undeTeaTed. Having played 8 games, The Eabv Gauchos have had no TroubTe win- ning ai! cT The-nn. The Ta5T Three seasoni ThaT Dicif T-Tuna coached, The squad has had cuTsTanding Ta'er1T. STa'5 Tcf The Beef afez NaThao Wi"5 Tom Wiide, Wi "e Ca vin a'd A an VVaT5o'. f yy 'T RELFW IHEIIIORIES HPRIL 1,1950 fp? meal .sms 'A 2' X re FIRST ROW flefT To righflz Raumer, Volpi, Binkley, Wickliff, Hoff, STewarT, Davis, Holmes, Blackman. SECOND ROW: Foruria, Cash, Bradford, Miscovich, Levias, Baffen, Emerson, Shaffer, Mifchell. THIRD ROW: Ruff lManagerl, George, Denny, DooIiTTle,WaIIace, Risch, Grinols, Moriyama, Benna, Ewen, Ming, Davis, Easfman, Cooper, Gaines, Coach Roach. VARSITY TRACK Coach I-lale Roach As The yearbook goes To press beTore The Track season is compleTed, we can only guess aT The ouTcome OT The A.C.A.l.. I-lowever, iT The resulTs oT The TirsT Tew meeTs have any meaning aT all, EI CerriTo's Traclc Team should compleTe a very successTul season. PiedmonT was The only Team To deTeaT The VarsiTy in The early parT oT The season. The Gauchos deTeaTed Alameda, MT. Diablo, Tarnalpais, and Richmond. The highlighT OT The season was The EI CerriTo Relays, when The VarsiTy Toolc TirsT place. Sparlced by Their sprinT relay Team composed oT Jerry IvliTchell, Willie Joe Wallace, Don DooliTTle and Willie Cooper, The VarsiTy raclced up a ToTal oT 33lf4 poinTs. As The A.C.A.L. Tinals near, EI CerriTo is a sTrong TavoriTe To win The championship. DRUM MAJORETTES June Copeland, Earline Emerqy. na -annul V rf :QYF15 HW FIRST ROW lleft to righfjz N. Hoff. R,Cur1is, B. Grady. B. Parslowy C, Williford, D. Nordhahl, 6, Mifchell, B, Ban- ducci, D. Auch, L. Kinsman. SECOND ROW: G. Yos?. D. Oikle, B. Eller, C. Thompson, J. Deuker, J. Rohrer, R. Banducci, T. Tarnlin, B. Penaluna, P. Chan, D. Campbell, J. Overhall, B, Novel. BEE TRACK Coach-Jaclr MeKune Afrer winning rneir Tire? mee+ of The year, The ET Cerrifo Bee Track 're-am surfered Tour srralqnr eases. fx? The Mme of aubmaaman. The Bees nad bearen Piedmont and Iosr To MT. Diablo, Alameda. Tamalpak and Pknmond. The young and inefperleneed Gauenoe seemed To lack The power of Bee 'reams in +T1e pair. Tney had shown oeclded Emprovemenr in 'rneir lae'r meefs, however. Some oF ine oufsfandlnq boy: on me squad were: BITI CampbeH a 5prin+er who came Ta+e In fne season- Leafs Moe and Phii Chan. If any of rns year! oerwforrnanees are an example of wnaf is 'ro come, 'rhe Bees sbomfd be a very sfrong Team ned year. YELL LEADERS Gay Johnson, Herb Villa, Barbara Decker. gg ff H I . I wa y ..- 57 ,Kg ., -HZWW 5 , , MW " My if 1 i'7!WLQ,v,, 22 Mn W 2 ffm 7 fff Aw! f ' 1,441 f my y 'mf , W7?P,,,f,,IfQ I f " Wy, WM " IM ,Qi fwu. 58 , ,,,,.,. fm' W X ww ,, 4 ,4 xg. -f 5 GIRLS' FITHLETIC HSSDCIFITIOII The Girls' AThleTic AssociaTion is organized To creaTe an inTeresT in aThleTics and good sporTsmanship Tor girls. The TuncTions oT The G.A.A. include a playday each semesTer wiTh a TederaTion oT Tive schools. The TirsT one This year was baskeTball, held aT El CerriTo. The banqueT. sponsored by The "Block C," is The main social acTiviTy oT The associaTion. The Theme Tor Tall bangueT was "lnTernaTional SporTs Gad-AbouT," The TaculTy guesTs aT The banqueT included: Mr. Samples, Mr. Palmer, Miss WhiTTlesey, Miss McViTTie, Miss Wolleson, and Miss Milcesell. The oTTicers oT G.A.A. in The Tall: PresidenT, Eunice Turner, Vice-PresidenT, .loan Wiegmanng Treasurer, Toin Tezip and l-lisTorian, Marie Peroniy ended Their Term by insTalling The newly elecTed oTTicers Tor spring which are: President Joan Wiegmanni Vice-PresidenT, Mary MarTing SecreTary, Marcia Marcos: Treasurer, Suzanne de Jong, and l-lisTorian, Liz Davis. The awards earned by The girls in aTTer-school sporTs were presenTed aT This banque-T. Bowling has been added To The lisT oT sporTs This year under The direcTion oT Mrs. Eleanor Janusch and Miss Delphine Sparks. OTher direcTors oT GAA. include Mrs. Dulcie WrighT, Miss Ann Milcesell, and Mrs. Frances Zinns. The "Block C," sponsored by Mrs. Zinns, is composed oT girls who have received Their leTTer by parTicipaTing in G.A.A. acTiviTies Tor Two years and passing The re- quired TesTs. They are in charge oT The banqueT, help wiTh coaching, and sTimulaTe inTeresT in The G.A.A. "Block C" have held candy sales and a sale oT Gauchos bandanas To malce money Tor Their Treasury. The ouTsTanding acTiviTy OT The club is a week-end Trip To a resorT, wiTh Mrs. Zinns as sponsor. BLOCK C ORGANIZATION KE 'S is RQ S .3 , fb .J xx K xl 'K 1 l 1 we-5 7 K, If GIRLS' P. E. LEADERS TH? VQ5' 175' 6 '? F73 55 Emi' fiff' P " " C " 35.0 ',. e -mmf' q pvf ard f +'+ar'd' . , ,, , ., ' ' ' f' 4 -- 4 A 1 1 IU abmfy1nfnf3fT.51fj,Tf5f3f'j meefff, fo 5 f vpf- ,'+ fffffwf MV Aj., ,,, 0,51 ,Q r - d dl d q ' ' ' f' ' f- G - I 1 2 'iif 'i efve 1, iv!-. .rCF of S?f.6Tf'f'f ard prfbrrv' W5 r 1 --nj 5+ ,- , F- L, V W . 4' ' - f - f ' ff . 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', Q , FAMOUS PERSONALITIES 63 HUTOGRHPHS THE '49ER Hl-Y PreSen+S ils GRADUATING SENIORS OF l95O Jerry Balaselc Bill Barne+'r Bob Bilbrey Jack Binlcley Slcip Bradford Riley Byrd Ray Caslw Don Doolilile Brom Hun? Bob Johnson Bob Kirlc Slcip Mclnnes Dan Miller Jerry Mi+cl'ielI Diclc Nelson Don Rodriquez Roger Price Bill Snnilln Doug Van Dorn Fred We++on BLOCK "C" Presenis ils GRADUAUNG SENIORS OF I95O Marilyn Alporl Sally Alcers Lucy Bonorni Mildred Flury Karen Hansen Leanne McGilliard Gerry Monloya Dorraine Thulin THE EL CERRITOWS DADS' CLUB Wsgiiewo ooNeRATuLATE we SENioR CLASSES of 1950 SENIORS OF '50 PRESS FORWARD AND UPWARD AND DON'T LOOK BACK 'lr GOOD LUCK FROM THE EL CERRITO HIGH SCHOOL P.T.A. CLEANING ' LAUNDRY ' ALTERATIONS Phone LAndscape 5-4024 ANNEX CLEANERS SANATONE PROCESS Vera R. McCarIy, Prop. R A lvl O N A B A R B E R S I'I O P I4I5 Solano Avenue LAndscape 6-7862 JOEL LYON-Alumnus soo san Pablo Avenue ri Cerrito, California O R T M A N 'S Famous ice CREAM and Douurs 7527 Feirmounl Avenue EI Cerrifo m e n ' s w e cz r COMPLIMENTS OF "Your Friendly Berkeley SIore" SINCERE WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF '50 PENNEY'S VARALLO SHOE STORE 2I9O Shaffuck Avenue Berkeley, California I546 San Pablo EI Cerrifo COMPLIMENTS E L G A U C I-I O CONGRATULATES THE SENIORS OF I95O 385 Colusa Avenue LAndscaoe 5-9946 AL and EVELYN NELSON CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF I95O ALBANY BOWL 540 San Pablo LAndscape 5-88I8 YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL FOOTWEAR CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF l95O POLONI'S GROCERY Phone BEacon 2-9880 l6OO Liberly EI Cerrifo I-IUSTON'S "Where Berkeley Buys Hs Shoes" I-Iofel Shalluck Building 22I6 Shalluck Avenue Berkeley 4, California Buena Suerle Amigos EL CERRITO JOURNAL LAndsc:ape 5-0880 906 San Pablo Avenue EI Cerrifg JOHNNIE'S NEW SHOES AND REPAIRING I634 San Pablo Avenue EI Cerrilo MARY AND JOE'S D E P T. S T O R E ROUGH RIDER SLACKS HELEN HARPER SWEATERS LAndscape 5-I597 9I3 San Pablo Albany CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES Io llwe GRADUATES OF I95O from JOE MARTYN TURNER Juslice of lhe Peace REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 904 San Pablo Avenue El Ce-rrilo California TI-IE S.S. CLUB CONGRATULATES ITS GRADUATING SENIORS Lcre'fa Bersucci Lucy B:r:"'I Leona Buef' er D ara Bu-erIfe': Mar' yr' C anal. 'N' 'ra I-lc"vrar CiSSfLAiC1CCL Leave McG'I 'ara Gel-a:dire M:r':,a A 'ce Moore Plwfilis Reufkef Ngrrra Sin-.frgng Llewellyn S+efens Marilyn Wi :Or CONGRATULATIONS FROM A FRIEND M. R. MARCOS, JR. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS from A R L I N G T O N P H A R M A C Y L. L. Slein, Jr., Proprie-'lor FOUNTAIN SCHOOL SUPPLIES o FILM SUPPLIES POST OFFICE LAndscape 6-64I4 299 Arlinqlon Berlceley SINCERE WISI-IES TO SENIOR CLASS '50 BRODERSON'S DONUT SI-IOP IN THE FAIRWAY MARKET Wishes lo llmanlc flue Sludenls lor +I1eir palronaqe. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Broclerson Proprietors 6925 Sloclcfon Slreel El Cerri+o I633 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley RED'S DRIVE INN 3 DECKER HAMBURGERS Car Service R. M. FOSTER 7I2 San Pablo Avenue Albany, California mil 325 TENTI-I STREET BEaCon 2-48I4 CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISI-IES lo llwe GRADUATES OI: '50 ' ' ra ,T,. I ' q'wI gEj.jZlQP 1 w,,lFlf, y ,I IIII' CII t2:z4.,.., Iqllll , , .ll fm' I ffl ff - f POLISHED GRANITES stay clean perpetually. See our large exhibition of new- est designs. GOLDEN GATE MEMORIALS l3I4 Rose Slreel Berkeley THE RAINBOW LINE OF GRANITES "Il's Smarl ro Loolc Srnar+" The SFTWCJFI' Cleaners One Day lo One I-lour Service PICK UP AND DELIVERY JAMES O. I-IILL Planl LAnclscape 5-8857 4IO San Pablo Avenue 0 EI Cerrilo Calf BEST WISI-IES and I-IAPPINESS TO OUR GRADUATES "LA PLAYA TRI-Y FALL SPRING Sally ers Marilyn Ahlpo Lorefl Banducc: Lucy Bonomi Mary Bodenhamer Leona Buehler Marllynn Clabauqh Diana Buerlcens Donna Long Myra Clark Bl' STG ic ar B b M II Beverley R h d M rlh I d Sprou Wilma Hoffma Joyce Johnson Leanne McGill Lois Merwln Geraldine Mon? y Rh d N o a iiya Phyllis Reulher Terry Sasaki June Salrnar Takalco Shinoyda Nornlma Sirnmon Mari yn Srnilh LI II Sl ewe yn eve Mayanne Thom Pal Uno A Marilyn Wllso Shirley While i er Barbara Declce Teresa Gulierre l'1 YOU ARE STUDENTS TCDDAY BUT HOME BUYERS TOMGRROW EX E. LINTHICUM Realtor THERES A HOME IN YOUR FUTURE 52 A EC C ALWAYS THE BEST FOR LESS V I L LA ' S "Where Kash ls King" FIVE C LETE F D RKETS EL CERRITC LE I BERKELE BEST OF LUCK TO THE SENTORS MERIT CLEANERS Thousand Oaks OnIy PIanI 4 I-IOUR SPECIAL SERVICE Phone LAndScape 6-I39O I779 Solano Avenue STOCKTON VARIETY A LiHIe BIT of Everyfhing for A Li+TIe Bif of Money STOCKTON AND NORVELL Phone LAndscape 5-OI52 EI Cerrifo California ADELE'S DISTINCTIVE APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES B L A C I-I M A N S BERRELEYS FASTEST GROWING WOMENS APPAREL SHOP FOR WOMEN ShaHuf:Ir and Universify BErIceIey 7-2604 2398 Telegraph USED MOTORS OUR SPECIALTY N T E R ' S GRA HOBBY HOUSE JEWELERS Wafches ' Diamonds ' Silverware Trophies for all evenTS LAndscape 5-9l44 474 San Pablo Avenue EI Cerrifo OARWOOD'S SI-IOES 2233 Shaffuck Avenue BErIceIey 7-OI97 A I-Iobby for Mom and Dad AS Well as forfhe Lad KEN and LEE LAndScape 6-3376 I768 SoIano Avenue Berkeley, California OAKS VARIETY STORE ALL YEAR ROUND TOY STORE See Our Special Assorfmenf of Playfime DOII Buggies I88O Solano BerIceIey FAIRMOUNT DRESS SI-IOP Under New Manaqemenf 752IIf2 Eairmounf Avenue LAndSEape 4-50:2 BEATRICE TIEDEMAN BETSY M. KILOI-I LOG CABIN BAKERY CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS 406 San PabIo Avenue LAndSc:ape 5-IBOO CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE GRADUATES OF l'?5O PASTIME HARDWARE AND SPORTING OOODS LAndscape 5-I202 4I9 San PabIo Avenue EI CerriIo, California WARDIS PI-IARMACY FOUNTAIN AND SCI-'IOOL SUPPLIES Phone LAndScape 5-2258 7OI9 SIocIcIon EI Cerrifo Sponsors-V. W. I-IOPKINS-I845 Solano Ave.-LAndScape 6-O5IO-Prescripfions WATSON BROS.-I 753 Solano Ave.-LAndscape 6-I406 BLUE JAY SPORT SHOP A complele Leno oIAIl1leIic Equipmenf FRANK J. POWERS. Prop. Phone BEooon 2.-49:4 :oz Ninllw Sfreef Ricl1rnond,California BEST WISHES PROM MASTERCRAFT DRY CLEANERS San Pablo and Waldo EI Cerrifo Tel. LAndscape 5-9988 NEW MOESER LANE MARKET 943 San Pablo Avenue Riclnrnond Manor COMPLETE FOOD CENTER Free DeI'very I.Andscape 5-9985 COMPLIMENTS OF WILSON 81 KRATZER MORTUARIES San Pablo ' El Cerrifo ' Richmond EMMA AND MARY'S SHOP LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR 428 San Pablo Avenue LAndscaDe 5-9I3I Errrria Asoes7 Marv Rosano A. L. 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Digfridive Ladies' Casual Apparel 1853 Solano Avenue Berkeley MAXWELL STATIONERS SCHOOL SUPPLIES ' GREETING CARDS GIFTS ' PRINTING 908 San Pablo Avenue LAndscape 5-7504 DOUGLAS PHARMACY OLIN DOUGLAS LAndscape 5-48II 862 San Pablo Albany COUNTY LINE LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 3 I9 San Pablo Avenue EI Cerrilo, California Telephone LAndscape 5-0838 "CloTl'IeS for The Whole Family al a Saving" CISl'S DRY GOODS LADY ALICE ' WARNERS ' PHOENIX Phone BEacon 2-SI43 I627 San Pablo Avenue EI Cerrilo, California -Sponsors- GERSH STUDIOS--I747 Solano Avenue-LAndscape 6-O2IO LOWEST CASH AND CARRY PRICES YOUNG'S MARKET 285 Arlinqfon Avenue Berlcelev California n D I L L' S EL CERRITO PHARMACY Films Developed end Prinfed STATIONERY - CANDY - SUNDAES Prescripiions Carefully Prepared 420 San Pablo Avenue LAndeeepe S.: l27 FAIRMOUNT PHARMACY DRUGS - FOUNTAIN AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES Prescrfpfions Delivered LAndeeepe 5.0403 7500 Pairmounf Av ende EI Cende FAIRMOUNT VARIETY 75I2 FAIRMOUNT AVENUE EL CERRITO, CALIFORNIA Phone LAndsCape 5-4742 COLUSA CIRCLE VARIETY Louis and Marian FouCI'IeT, Props. 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