Emery High School - Spartan Yearbook (Emeryville, CA)
- Class of 1966
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A Photographic Record
Published by the students of
Emery High School
Council meetings. Chris Lee, Betty Manning, and Bill Winger take nominations for Spring S. B.
Ella Johnson comes on strong at student body
Greg Jones and Robert Silva look over an elec
Bill Winger and Mr. Lovisone count votes at S.B. election.
Council meets. Left to right, Lois Woods, Marian Berry, Sonja
Clemons, and Curtis Manning.
More meeting. Council members Theresa Liggins, Barbara Eversole, Marilyn Chou, and Connie
Menlo game. Emery rooters.
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Left to right: Lois Vfoods, Tony McCoy, Barbara Eversole, Blotter editorg Bettie King, photog-
raphy editorg jim Shaffer, sports editorg Maureen Mendoza. Not pictured: Eamer Edenson.
The publication staff this
year produced the yearbook
and the school newspaper,
the Blotter. They have
taken pictures, written
much of the copy for both
the yearbook and the Blot-
ter, and made many of the
layouts for these publica-
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Jerry Whltworth .... "Next time world smiles with you." Santa let me pull his beard?"
I'll use Brylcreemf' 8. Bill Winger ,... "They told me it 15. Dorothy Patterson . . . . "Think I'll
Nora I-'ox .... "They say there's a was the uncurly permanent." make the cover of Playboy?"
bird in that camera." 9. Paula Sykes .... "So what if I'm 16. Barbara Eversole . . . . "Beware of
Ron Abeyia ,... "Say partner. meet baldheaded in the mouth?" my dog named Cat."
me after sundown at the Long 10. Tony McCoy .... "I'm 'a mama's 17. Marilyn Chou .... "Any comment?"
Branch." boy." 18. Alvin Dotson , . . . "This pose is
Linda Davis .... "This is what they 11. Ricky Witschel .... "My friends what they call sweet innocence."
call an Easter egg hunt." say I'm a lady killer." 19. Beatrice Wynn ,... "What do you
Jack Bimbo ,... "My mother wanted 12. Carl Yestmont .... "Live fast, love mean I lost my wig."
a girl, hut she got a surprise." hard and die young." 20. Vince Mazzini .... "Don't call me
Christine Lee . . , , "Please don't 13. Corny Harris ..., "You hring the a dimpled knee soap box slappcr!"
hit me. Vincent." food. Jack. and I'll bring the ants." 21. JoAnn Williams .... "My side had
Barbara Berry . . "Smile and the 14. Marilyn Donohue .... 'Lvl-'hy won't 3-UZ fewer cavities."
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RONALD ABEYTA-Bank Monitor '61g Interact Club-Director
'65-'66g Stagecraft '65-'66g Bank of America Award '66.
BARBARA DOLORES BERRY-Student Body Vice-President '65-
'66: Class Secretary '64-'65g Class Treasurer '65g Student Council
'61-'66g G.A.A. '61-'66g Council '62-'63-'65-'66g Junior Honor Society
'61-'63g Secretary '61g Treasurer '61-623 Vice-President '62-'63:
President '63g Chorus '64-'65g Bank Monitor '61-'62g F.T.A. '63-'66g
Council Chairman '64-'65 Educational Active '65g Treasurer '64g
Sgretary '61-ig Spanish Club '61-'63g Teen Center Representative
PATRICK ANDREWS-Block E '66g Football Varsity '65-'66,
MARILYN MAY-LING CHOU-11th Grade Secretary '65g Stu-
dent Council '65-'66g G.A.A. '63-'66g Council '64-65g Treasurer
'64g Sports Manager '65g Bowling '65g Senior Honor Society '64-'66g
President '65g Treasurer '65-'66g Literary Magazine '65-'66g Dramat-
ics Secretary '64-'65g Future Teachers Association '64-'66g Treas-
urer '64-'66g Spanish Club Senior Tea '65g Girls Chorus '63-'65g
Spanish Club '65-'66,
Class Of 66
Baseball A Team '66.
JACK BIMBO-10th Grade Vice-President 63 Student Council
'65'-663 Vice-President '66g Block E '65-'66 President 65 66 Foot
ball Varsity '64-'65g Honorable Mention '65 66 Basketball A Team
Score Keeper '64-'66g Basketball C Team Manager 63 Baseball
Varsity '65-'66g Baseball junior Varsity 63 66 Track Manager
'64-'66g Bank Manager '63g Band '64-'66, Interact Club Director
'65-'66g Milk Fund Games Committee '66 Pep Club 63 66 Stu
dent Body Vice-President '66g 12th Grade Sergeant at Arms 66
NOLON E. CLEMONS-11th Grade Sergeant-at-Arms.
LINDA DAVIS-G.A.A. '62-'65 Spanish Club '63-'65 Publication
Staff '63-'65g F.H.A. '62-'65.
BERNADINE R. CLEMONS-10th Grade Vice-President, '64g
G.A.A., '60-'65g Milk Fund, '65-'66.
JOHN STEVEN COOK--9th Grade Sergeant-at-Arms '62g 10th
Grade Major Room Representative '63g Basketball C Team '61g
Bowling '62g Bank Monitor Band '63-'66.
MARILYN ANNE DONOHUE-12th Grade Secretary '65g G.A.A.
Member '60, '64-'66g Band '64-'66g Future Nurses Association '64-
'66g Publication Staff '64-'66g Milk Fund '66g Pep Club '65-'66g
Literary Magazine Editor '65-'665 Oakland Tribune Teen Corre-
spondent '65-'66g Future Nurses Association Vice-President '66.
RON DANIELS-Bowling '62g Band '65-'66g Chess Club '63-'64.
BARBARA SUE EVERSOLE-7th Grade Fall President '60g 7th
Grade Spring Secretary-Treasurer '61g 9th Grade Secretary-Treas-
urer '62g 10th Grade President '63g llth Grade Vice-President '6-ig
12th Grade President '66g Student Council '60-'66g Senior Class
ALVIN DOTSON-Block E '64-'65g Block E Vice-President '65g
Football Varsity '64-'6sg Football junior Varsity '64-'65g Basket-
ball B Team '65-'64g Basketball C Team '61-'633 Baseball Varsity
64g Baseball Junior Varsity '62-'63-g Track '61-'66g Bowling '61-'62g
junior Red Cross '63g All Conference.
FLORETTE FONTELLA FORD-Transfer from Harry Ells High
CORNELIOUS WARDELL HARRIS JR.-Block E '64-'65g Foot-
ball Varsity '64-'65g Basketball A Team '64-'66g Baseball junior
Varsity '63g Baseball Varsity '64-'66g Track '63-'65g All Conference
'66g lst Team '655 2nd Team '65g Milk Fund '66g Track A Team
NORA JOYCE FOX-G.A.A. Member '64-'66g Chorus '65-'66g
Milk Fund '66g Pep Club '66,
Not pictured: RONALD EDWARD JACKSON-Block E '64-'66g
Football Varsity '65-'66g Pep Club '65-'66,
CHRISTINE ANN LEE-Student Body Secretary-Treasurer '6Sg
Class Treasurer '65g Class President '65g G.A.A. Council '62-'65g
11th Grade Representative '65g Secretary '6-ig junior Honor Society
'61-'63g Secretary-Treasurer '64g Vice-President '63g Senior Honor
Society '63-'66: Secretary-Treasurer '65g Vice-President '65-'66g
Bowling '64: Senior Tea '6Sg F.T.A. '63-'66g Secretary '6Sg Executive
Council '63-'66g Council Chairman '64-'65g Public Relation Com-
mittee Chairman '65-'66g Spanish Club '61-'63g Business Club '61-
'64g Junior Red Cross '62-'6-ig Publication Staff '61-'62g Betty
Crocker Homemaking Award '66g Bank of America Award '66.
RICHARD JONES-Basketball A Team '65-'66g Track A Team
'66g Varsity Baseball '66.
CALLIE MAE LEWIS-G.A.A. Member '61-'66g Girls Track '66g
Bowling '61g Senior Tea '64-655 Chorus '63-'66g Future Nurses
Association '65-'66g Milk Fund Games '66g Pep Club '65-'66.
JERRY LEE-7th Grade President 60, 8th Grade President 61,
llth Grade President '65g Student Council '60-'61, '6Sg Block E
'65-'66g Varsity Football '64-'65g Varsity Baseball '65g J.V. Base-
l2ll6'64g Bank Monitor '62g Interact Club '65-'66g Stage Craft
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THERESA M. LIGGINS-Student Council '66g G.A.A. '61-'66g
Chorus '62-'63g Bank Monitor '64g Pom Pom Girl '65-'66g Cheer
Leader '65-'66g Milk Fund Games '665 Pep Club '66.
ROBERT L. MACK-Transfer from Oakland Technical High.
BETTY JEAN MANNING-Student Body Secretary-Treasurer '65
-'66g Student Body President '66g 7th Grade Secretary '61g 8th
Grade Treasurer '62g 9th Grade Vice-President '63, President '63g
10th Grade President '64 Vice-President '6-ig llth Grade Vice-
President '65g Secretary '6Sg Student Council '63-'66g G.A.A. Coun-
cil '61-'64g Vice-President '65g Secretary '64g 7th Grade Represent-
ative '61g 9th Grade Representative '63g 10th Grade Representative
'64g junior Honor Society '62-'6-ig Girls Track '66g Bowling '64-
'66g Senior Tea '6Sg Chorus '61-'66g Bank Monitor '62-'64g Band
'63-'65g Future Nurses Association '643 Vice-President '65g Secre-
tary-Treasurer '65-'66g Spanish Club Secretary '63g Business Club
'64g Kill Kate Club '651 Junior Red Cross '63-'66g Pom Pom Girl
'64-'6Sg Cheer Leader '65-'66g Chess Club '64g Milk Fund '66g
Science Club '6-ig Pep Club '63-'66g Literary Magazine '66g Modern
Dance '64g Talent Show '63-'64,
VINCENT E. MAZZINI-Student Council '64-'66g Block E '65-
'66g Football Varsity '64-'65g Baseball Junior Varsity '65g Business
Club '64-'65g Kill Kare Club '64-'65g Interact Club '64-'66g Stage
Craft '65-'66g Chess Club '62-'645 President '64.
DOROTHY MARIE PATTERSON-G,A.A. Member '62-'66g
Bowling '63-'64g Senior Tea '65g Chorus '62-'65g Pep Club '65-'66.
MICHAEL FRANK MARTINEZ-Basketball B Team '64-'65.
PAULA JOYCE SYKES-9th Grade Major Room Secretary-Treas-
urer '63g 10th Grade Major Room President '64g G.A.A. Member
'61-'66g Band '63-'64g Senior Tea '65g Chorus '63-'66g Spanish Club
'62-'66g Publications '64-'65g Pep Club '65-'66g Literary Magazine
'65-'66g Red Cross '64g Modern Dance '65-'66,
ANTHONY RAY MCCOY-8th Grade Sergeant-at-Arms '62g 9th
Grade Vice-President '63g lorh Grade Sergeant-at-Arms '64g 11th
Grade Secretary-Treasurer '655 12th Grade Vice-President '66g Block
E '64-'66g Football Varsity '66g Football Junior Varsity '64-'65g
Basketball A Team '66g Basketball B Team '64-'65g first team All
Conferenceg Captain of the yearg Basketball C Team '61-'63g Base-
ball Varsity '64-'66g Honorable Mentiong Baseball Junior Varsity
'61-'635 Track '65-'66g Bank Monitor '64g Band '61-'66g Spanish
Club '653 Interact Club '65-'66g Milk Fund '63-'66g Pep Club '61-
'66g Student Council '66.
JO ANN DELORES WILLIAMS-G.A.A. Member '63-'66g Coun.
cil '63-'64g Officer Secretary '64g Bowling '63-'64g Senior Tea '65g
Future Nurses Association '63-'66g President '65-'66g Publication
Staff '63-'64g Milk Fund '66g Pep Club '65-'66,
HENRY CLAY RICE-Block E '64-'66g Football
Varsity '65g Football Junior Varsity '65-'65g Bas-
ketball B Team '63-'64g Baseball Varsity '65-'66g
Baseball junior Varsity '62-'64g Track '63-'66g Bank
Monitor '64g Band '63-'66g Spanish Club '63-'66
Science Club '65g Track '66g Band '66.
BEATRICE JOYCE WYNN-11th Grade Secre-
taryg 10th Grade Treasurerg Student Council '65-
'66g G.A.A. President '65g Point Secretary '64g
Member '61-'66g Bowling '63-'6Sg Chorus '63-'65g
Bank Monitor '63g Junior Red Cross '64-'6sg Pom
Pom Girl '64-'65g Cheer Leader '66g Milk Fund
'66g Pep Club '65-'66.
ART SNOWDEN-Sergeant-at-Arms '66g Block E
'65-'66g Football Varsity '65-'66g Football Junior
Varsity '64g Basketball A Team '66: Basketball B
Team '65-'65g Baseball junior Varsity '63g Baseball
Varsity '65-'66g Track '65-'66g Interact Club '65-
LEVVIS A. TAYLOR-Transfer from Richmond
High 10th Gradeg Sergeant-at-Arms '65g Baseball
JOE SANCHEZ-Sergeant-at-Arms '65-'64g Bank
MITCHELL LOUIS TAYLOR-12th Grade Treas-
urer: Student Council '65-'66: Block E '66g Foot-
ball Varsity '65g Interact Club '66.
CHARLES THOMAS-Transferred from Centenial
High School, Compton, Californiag Block E '66g
Basketball '64-'66g Track '66: Interact Club '65-'66g
Milk Fund Game '66.
RICHARD G. WITSCHEL-Football Varsity '63-
'64g Football junior Varsity '63-'64g Basketball C
Team '61-'62g Baseball Junior Varsity '61.
DOUGLAS L. WHITE-Block E '65-'66g Football
Varsity '65-'66g Basketball A Team '65-'66g Milk
Fund '66g Baseball A Team '66g Track '66.
JERRY WAYNE WHITWORTH-9th Grade
Sergeant-at-Arms '635 Bank Monitor '62-'65g Band
'62-'66g Future Nurses Association '64-'65.
WILLIAM NOLAN WINGER-Student Body Pres-
ident '65-'66g 7th Grade Secretary '61g 8th Grade
Vice-President '62g 9th Grade President '63: 10th
Grade President '64g Student Council '61g Basket-
ball A Team '6-lg Basketball C Team '61-'62g Bowl-
ing '62g Band '65-'66g Future Teachers Association
'63-'66g Interact Club '65g Stage Craft '65-'66g Chess
Club '62-'65g Interact Club '66g Future Teachers
Association Treasurer '66.
KARL U. YESMONT-Transfer from Wisconsin
Block E '65-'66g Football Varsity '65-'66g Basket
ball A Team '65-'66g Swimming Team '65-'66
Milk Fund '66. .
HOWARD WONG-junior Honor Society '65g
Interact Club 65 66 Stage Craft '65-'66.
1. Senior Officers CSpringJg Beatrice, vice-presiclentg Bar-
bara Berry secretaryg Jack, sergeant-avarmsg Barbara
Eversole, presidentg Betty Manning, treasurer.
2. Fall Officers: Chris, presidentg Mitch, treasurerg Mari-
3. Tony and Corny take it easy.
Barbara, Mike, Callie.
Richard jones looks for a library book.
Charles delivers nomination speech.
AI, Vince, Jack, jerry, Tony keeping in touch.
Richard Wirschel, JoAnn, Bernadine, Dorothy, Nom,
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Building the annex.
Dr. Ellsberg carves the turkey at Thanksgiving dinner.
Through an open door.
Ronald Abeyta, leave nothing as I will need
everything I've got.
Patrick Andrews, leave Julius Jasper a brand
new pair of socks and Emery the way I found it.
Barbara Berry, leave the junior high girls a
Jack Bimbo, leave Danny Johnson a doctor for
every football game he plays at Menlo.
Marilyn Chou, leave the juniors a successful
Bernadine Clemons, leave my little sister my
ability to steer clear of the tall, dark-haired,
Butch Clemons, leave Dona Artaxet my talent
for the industrial arts class.
John Cook, leave Nick Romano the ability to
Ron Daniels, leave my driving talent to Gabriel
Linda Davis, leave Emery to anyone who
Marilyn Donohue, leave Sharon Davis my
Alvin Dotson, leave Robert Baker my football
Barbara Eversole, leave Miss Dixon and Miss
Gatenby a lifetime supply of instant teacher
Florette Fontella Ford, leave Jealie Lawrence
my talent, makeup skills, and glamor, to carry
on at Emery.
Nora Joyce Fox, leave Jackie Mickel my per-
Cornelious Harris, leave Emery High a weak
mind and a strong back.
Ron Jackson, leave my ability to play and my
brains to my brother and my love to my mother
Richard Jones, leave Julia Thomas my best
wishes to graduate.
Chris Lee, leave the junior high girls time to
Callie Lewis, leave my ability to play basket-
ball to my sister Shirley Collins.
Theresa Liggins, leave my sisters and friends
Jerry Lee, leave Mr. Bauer hopes of having
an Interact Club.
Vince Mazzini, leave Mr. Bauer more hopes
of having an Interact Club.
Mitchell Taylor, leave Mr. Bauer EVEN
MORE hopes of having an Interact Club.
Robert Mack, leave Ella Johnson all my love
for her to cherish in the years to come.
Betty Manning, leave all my soul to my swing-
'n G.P.'s at Emery, especially Bettie King.
Michael Martinez, leave Emery and most of
its student body behind without a bit of sorrow
in my heart.
Art Snowden, leave Dorothy Liggins a boy
machine and Jackie and Della good luck.
Tony McCoy, leave Cherry Thomas, Wanda
Thomas, and the Liggins Sisters on Tuesday
night at the Teen Center.
Dorothy Patterson, leave Emery with no old
Henry Rice, leave Emery and my brothers the
ability to get along together as well as I did.
Joe Sanchez, leave Gabriel Aguiar the ability
to talk his way out of anything like I did.
Paula Sykes, leave Mr. Bennett a new edition
of wisecracks to use this summer at the pool.
Lewis Taylor, leave Gabriel Aguiar my good
looks and charm.
Charles Thomas, leave my ability to think and
my skill in 'shooting basketball to Raymond
Jerry Wfhitworth, leave Emery and its problems
to the present Juniors.
Bill Winger, leave the faculty the knowledge
that I shall return.
JoAnn Williams, leave Barbara and Tenola
my ability to be silent.
Richard Witschel, leave Emery because I have
been here long enough.
Howard Wong, leave Mr. Bauer a jumbo size
can of air freshener for the little critters in
Douglas White, leave my good looks to Rufus
Beatrice Wynn, leave Janice Wynn the ability
to graduate from Emery.
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row: Steve Bardarello, secretary-treasurer,
Johnny McNaughton, vice-president. Second
row: Lewis Taylor, sergeant-at-arms, Julia
Thomas, sergeant-at-arms, Mike Patterson,
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secretary, Curtis Manning, president, Anna Marie Dunn,
treasurer, Equella Rice, vice-president.
9th Grade Spring Ofhcers, seated Left to right: Susan
Andrews, vice-president, Jeanne Artaxet, president: Stand-
ing: Al DeNurra, sergeant-at-armsg Mamie Lum, secre-
7th Grade Fall Officers, Left to right: Willard Ran-
kins, presidentg Linda jackson, secretary-treasurer, Alvis
llth Grade Spring Officers, Left to right: JoAnn Sample,
secretary-treasurer: johnny McNaughton, presidentg An-
dretta Pryor, vice-president. Not pictured: Gary Gregory,
9th Grade Fall Officers, Left to right: Randy Jones, vice-
presidentg Sherry Patterson, secretary-treasurer, Art
8th Grade Fall Officers, Left to right: Mike Dickson,
sergeant-at-arms, Lowell Hudson, secretary-treasurer, Pat
jackson, vice-president, Willie Rankins, president.
7th and 8th Grade Spring Class Officers, Left to right,
7th Grade: Alvis Woods, president, Evelyn Thomas, vice-
presidentg Patti Abeyta, secretary-treasurer, 8th Grade:
Arthur Allen, president, Lucille Anaya, vice-president,
Debbie Noble, secretary-treasurer.
Ax N OFFICE
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Board of Trustees: Left to right: Mrs. Mary K. Curran, Clerkg Mrs. Dorothy Balangew,
Member: Mr. Donald M. Marshall, Memberg Mr. Anthony G. Cabral, Presidentg Mr. William
T. Prince, Member.
Dr. Alan W. Ellsberg
This has been a busy, eventful year in the history
of Emery High School.
There were "growing pains" of many kinds. The
most obvious was in the construction of our new build-
ing. This caused a great deal of inconvenience, but it
was certainly worth it.
A yearbook records the history of the year, and this
one does an excellent job for you. It means a lot to you
now, but it will mean even more in the many years to
Alan W. Ellsberg
Mr. Samuel N. Henrie
Mr. Joseph Lovisone
Mr. Elio Abrami
Boys' Counselor, Physical Education
Mrs. Ruth Anderson
Testing Director, Typing, English
Mrs. Sonia Anderson
Girls' Counselor, Physical Education
Mr. Lyle Bardo
Mr. William Bauer
Mr. Ernest Bennett
Mr. Isham Buchanan
Miss Carole Cruz
Mr. Frank E. Cummings
Miss Rita M. Dixon
Mr. Jack M. Ernst
Mrs. Frieda E. Forselles
Miss Beverly D, Gatenby
English, Public Speaking
Mr. Robert T, Harris
Community School Director
Mr. Mason Layton
Mrs. Claire McGaw
English, Girls Chorus
Mrs. June Millard
Miss Doris Mosaly
Mr. Salvador Noriega
Miss Marilyn- Oakes
Miss Edith Raftery Mr. Carl Rasmussen Mr, Clifton Shordike
Social Studies Wood Shop, Drafting Publications, Government
Mr. Lawrence Rand Mrs. Virginia Rice Mr, Lester Talbot
Llbfafiim Junior High Mathematics, English, Science
Miss Virginia Cellano
Mrs. Kate Hershey
Mrs. Bessie Koplos
Mrs. Ruth Hanson
Mr. Peter Susin
Mr, James Flanigan
Mr. jeff Matthews
Mrs. Pat Vinson
Mrs. Marilyn Matilla
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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: First row, left to right: Steve
Hanson, JoAnn Sykes, Second row: Rita Harper, Mamie
Lum, Gary Smith, Clifford Choug Shirly Finch, Third row:
OFFICE ASSISTANTS: First row, left to right: Dedra
johnson, Annette Thornton, Danny Johnson, Charmaine
Davis, Corbett Dotson, julia Thomasg Second row, left to
right: Ann Legere, Albert Palmer, jo Ann Sample, Betty
Rosie Barajasg Marilyn Chou, Nancy Adamsg Charles
Thomasg Marian Berry, Robert Silva, Arthur Snowdeng
David Woods, Chuck Spittlerg Jimmy Shaffer.
Manning, jackie Snowden, Bettie King, Steve Badarello.
Not pictured: Joy Zamarelli, Robert Mack, Sonja Clemons
Rosemary Anderson, Maureen Smith, Joe Sanchez, Al Silvai
Gerri Liggins, Ruth jackson, Andretta Pryor.
TEACHER AIDES: First row, left to right: Randy In-
gram, Steve Badarello, Barbara Eversole, Paula Sykes,
Andrea Balengero, Maureen Mendoza, Shirley Coleman,
William Prince. Second row: Charmine Davis, Jeanne
Artaxet, Christine Lee, Andretta Pryor, Bettie King,
Annette Thornton, Karen Thomas. Third row: Marilyn
Chou, Betty Lum, Connie Chin, Sherry Patterson, Nora
Fox, Virginia jackson, Dedra Johnson, JoAnn Wfilliams,
George Keys. Fourth row: Lorraine Cnrlsson, Viola
Thompson, Della Bell, Beatrice Vilynn, Ella johnson.
Fifth row: Cornelius Harris, Alberta Palmer, Raymond
Zedd. Not pictured: Alfred Clark, Alvin Dotson, Robert
To make a pie
Learnmg skxlls on the sewmg machme
First row: bottom of photo to top: jim Hayes: Tom Riceg
Arthur Allen: Frank Dominguezg Second row: Clifford
Choug Alton Biserg Elzie Youngg Henry Riceg Tom Carls-
song Bill Wingerg Randy Hortong jerry Whitworthg jack
Bimbog Randy Ingramg Ken Burtong Willie Rankinsg Curtis
Manningg Mr. Bardo: Third row: John Smithg Melvin
Ching Alvis Woodsg Larry Jenkins, Ronnie Williams: Madi-
son Colemang Richy Westg Art Broussardg Mike D 1 3
William Princeg Larry Makaidog john McNaugtong el
Dixong Fourth row: Rex Battershellg Craig Henry, Don
jacksong George Keysg Gary Ramseyg David I-Iortong
Danny Schultz, Rufus Johnson: Fifth Row: Marilyn Dono-
hueg Bob Ibarrag Dennis Johnsong Joe DeNurra.
The big event for the Band this year was its participation in the Channel 7 TV show
for Christmas Eve. They played for all assemblies, for Open House, for the Four-In-One
Tournament, and for the Milk Fund.
Eighth grade band members,
Front to back: Ronnie Wfil-
liams, Arthur Allen, Maddison
Coleman, Alton Biser, Sal
Dominquez. fNot pictured-
Michael Dixon, Michael Keys,
Willie Rankins, Larry Sutton,
Left to right: Gerry Finch, Joyce Young, Mary Jones, Thomas, Betty Manning, Charmaine Davis, Equella Rice,
JoAnn Curtis, Bettie King, Annette Thorton, Daisy Nora Fox, Joyce Barnett, jackie Carter, Paula Sykes.
The Girls' Chorus, during the Fall semester, engaged in many activities of school and
community interest. Among these were appearances at Back to School night, P-TA, Christmas
Assembly, and the Eastshore Kiwanis Club. During the spring semester, the Chorus sang
for Open House in April. One of the highlights of the year was the trip to San Francisco,
with the band, to make our part of the Christmas TV tape, the "Young Sound of Christmas,"
which was aired Christmas Eve.
Seventh grade band members
CFront to backj 1st row-john
Smith, Clifford Chou, Jim
Hayes, Tom Rice, Frank Do-
minquez. 2nd row-Jerry jen-
kins, Rex Battershell, Alvis
Woods, Craig Henry. 3rd row
-Wfillard Rankins, Donald
Thomas. CNot pictured-Rew
ben Baker, Ronnie Lee.J
Mr. Buchanan, Sth grade class.
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Miss Oakes, 8th grade class.
Mrs. Millard, 7th grade class
Mrs. Rice, 7th grade class.
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7th and Sth Grade Halloween party. 5. Donna and Marilyn make coffee. u
Girls basketball. 6. Della, Danny, Rosemary, and Ricky look over exhibit
Science Class take test. at Book Fair.
Fashion Show models.
First row, Left to right: Mike Patterson, 11th grade presi-
dent, Tenola Young, Head pom-pom girl, Shirley Coleman,
Head j.V. Cheerleader, Connie Chin, Honor Society presi-
dent, Barbara Berry, Student Body Vice-president, Bill
Winger, Student Body president, Betty Manning, Student
Body Secretary-Treasurer, jackie Snowden, llth grade rep-
resentative, Julia Thomas, 11th grade representative, Della
Bell, 11th grade representative, Marilyn Chou, F.T.A. rep-
resentative, Mitch Taylor, Interact president, Salvadore
Dominguez, 8th grade president, Bob lbarra, 9th grade
representative, Shirley Collins, 8th grade representative,
Williard Rankins, 7th grade president, Beatrice Wynn,
Head cheerleader, JoAnn Williams, F.N.A. president, Wil-
lie Rankins, 8th president, Curtis Manning, 10th grade
president, William Prince, Business Club president, Bar-
bara Eversole, 12th grade representative, Sonja Clemons,
10th grade representative, Anna Marie Dunn, Spanish Club
president, Lois Woods, Blotter representative, Marian
Berry, 10th grade representative, Art Broussard, 9th grade
representative, Christine Lee, 12th grade president.
The Student Council, student governing body for Emery High School was quite
active this year, meeting every second Thursday. The Fall Council helped plan the
Milk Fund games and worked closely with a committee for the American Field
Services Program. The Spring Council also organized the annual talent show.
First row, left to right: Connie Chin, Secretary-Treasurer,
Jack Bimbo, Vice-president, Betty Manning, President. Sec-
ond row: Art Allen, 7th grade representative, Patty Abeyta,
7th grade representative, Yolanda Pryor, Vice-president,
Della Bell, 11th grade representative, julia Thomas, 11th
grade representative, Susan Andrews, 9th grade representa-
tive, Bill Winger, 12th grade representative, Ella John-
son, Red Cross representative, johnny McNaughton, 11th
grade president, Barbara Eversole, 12th grade president,
Mitch Taylor, Interact Club president, Vince Mazzini.
Stage crew, Third row: Raymond Zedd, 11th grade repre-
sentative, JoAnn Williams, F.N.A. president, Tony Mc-
Coy, Block E representative, Tenola Young, Head Pom-
pon girl, Lois Woods, 10th grade president, Jeanie Artaxet,
9th grade president, Anna Marie Dunn, Spanish Club pres-
ident, Marilyn Chou, 12th grade representative, Marth
Wong, Senior Honor Society president, Marian Berry, 10th
grade representative, Alvis Woods, 7th grade president,
Barbara Berry, head cheerleader, Evelyn Thomas, 7th grade
SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY
Seated, left to right: Connie Chin, Fall president and Spring historiang Martha Wong, Spring
presidentg Marilyn Chou, Fall treasurer. Standing: Judy Volosevich, Spring secretary, Lorraine
Carlson, Fall secretary and Spring treasurerg Christine Lee, Fall vice-presidentg Miss Raftery,
advisor. Not pictured: David Horton, Spring vice-president.
The honor societies include the high point scholars of Emery. This year the
Senior Honor Society received its charter from the California Scholarship Federa-
tion. Members attended a regional C.S.F. conference in Berkeley at the University.
junior Honor Society members, whose advisor is Mrs. Millard, made several trips
JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
First row, left to right: Chou Clifford, Patti Abeyta, Donna Volosovich, Lisa Lyman, Mike
Keys. Second row: Jeanne Artaxet, Craig Henry, Salvador Domingnez, Gayle Walker, Linda
Wilson, Harold Chin. Not pictured: Randy Horton, treasurerg Tom Carlsson, Thomas Wong,
president, JoAnn Redell, Debbie Noble, vice-presidentg Stephanie Chapman.
First row, left to right: Bettie King, Yolanda Pryor, Anna Marie Dunn, Lois Woods, Marian
Berry. Second row, standing: Mr. Noriega, advisor, Judy Volosevich, Nancy Adams, Martha
Wong, Bill Prince, Marilyn Chou, Tenola Young, Rita Harper, Curtis Manning, and Greg
jones. Not pictured: David Horton.
The very active Spanish Club attended the Segovia guitar concert this year,
went to a Mexican dinner at the Manning house, saw several Spanish movies, held
regular meetings at which there were sometimes speakers, and held a dance in May.
Some members participated in the annual Foreign Language Field Day in Newark.
This year the Business Club
charted the stock market, and
also spent time acquainting
themselves with the prepara-
I tion of income tax forms. The
members had a picnic at Til-
den and went to Golden Gate
Park for a cycling tour. The
Club toured the Stock Ex-
change in San Francisco.
First row: Martha Wong, Anna Maria Dunn, William Prince, Marian Berry, Tenola
Young. Standing: Curtis Manning, Maureen Mendoza, and Randy Ingram. Not pic-
tured: David Horton.
RED CROSS YOUTH COUNCIL
Left to right: Linda Wfhitlield, council memberg Marilyn Donohue, vice-chairmang
Ella Johnson, chairman, Velma Higgs, secretary-treasurerg Danny Johnson, council
The council organized the Red
Cross drive this year. During the
Christmas holidays the Council
collected contributions and made
candy for the servicemen at Oak
Knoll Naval Hospital.
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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA: First row, left to affiliateg William Prince, affiliate, Bill Winger, Student
right: Barbara Berry: Betty Lum, Community Service Council Representativeg Marilyn Chou, Council Chairmang
Chairmang Martha Wong, Marian Berryg Christine Lee, Connie Chin, Public Relations Chairmang Lorraine Carls-
Program Planning Chairman, Second row: Jeanne Artaxet, son, Cultural Chairmang Miss Gatenby, Sponsor.
Students interested in taking up teaching as a career hase formed the F.T.A. chapter at
Emery. This semester the group provided teaching assistants at Ralph S. Hawley elementary
school. Members set up a child care center for Back-to-School night at Emery, and partic-
ipated in a number of community drives. The club also attended concerts and plays during
FUTURE NURSES ASSOCIATION: First row, left to Anita Thomasg Andretta Pryor. Not Pictured: Betty
right: Viola Thompson, treasurerg Karen Thomas: JoAnn Manning, secretary, Annette Thornton, vice-presidentg
Williams, president, Beatrice Wynn. Second row: Linda Annie Turner, Doris Harris, and Marilyn Donohue.
Whitfield: Sandra Tuckerg Alberta Palmerg Daisy Thomasg
Emery's aspiring nurses had many projects this year: a trip to the Recreation center for
the handicapped in San Francisco, a visit to the state hospital at Napa, a health career day
in which they visited another hospital, and a Spring picnic were among the highlights of
Executive committee members clockwise around desks:
Lorraine Carlsson, Chris Lee, Marilyn Donohue, Betty
Manning, Betty Lum, Marilyn Chou, Melvin Chin, Paula
Sykes. Not pictured: David Gross, Francis Chin, Eamer
The Literary Magazine, a new project at Emery this year, set out to publish by the
end of the year. Many students have contributed poems, short stories, articles, and illustrations
to this project. Marilyn Donohue was the editor.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Greg jones, treasurerg Howard
Wong, Randy Ingramg Steve Badarellog jerry Lee, vice-
presidentg Tony McCoyg jack Bimbo, directorg Curtis
Manning, directorg Mitchell Taylor, president. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Bauer, advisory Melvin Ching Vince Mazzini,
secretaryg Charles Thomasg Ronald Abeyta, directorg
William Prince. THIRD ROW: William Wingerg Gerald
Wilson. Not pictured: Dave Hortong Nolan Clemons.
Another new group, the Interact Club, was organized at the beginning of the first
semester as a community service club. lt is sponsored by Rotary, and is open to outstanding
young men in grades 10-12. The club received its charter in February.
Varsity Cheerleaders, Theresa Liggins, Barbara B
tty Manning. Not Pictured, Beatrice
J.V. Cheerleaders, Janet Coleman, Mary jones
Sherry Patterson, and Shirley Coleman.
C Cheerleaders, Rita Vinson,
Delores Ingram, Louise Ed-
wards, and Doris Harris.
POM PON GIRLS: FIRST ROW, left to right: Equella Rice, Tenola Young, and Marian
Berry. SECOND ROXV, Gerri Liggins, Barbara McMoy, and Lois Woods.
PEP CLUB: FIRST ROW, left to right: Shirley Coleman, Levias, Cherry Thomas, Yolanda Pryor, Anna Marie Dunn,
Janet Coleman, SECOND ROW: Martha Wong, Carolyn Bettie King, Karen Thomas, Linda Whitfield. FOURTH
Dickson, Andretta Pryor, Linda Dickson, Sandra Dunn, ROW: Cecelia King, Velma Higgs, Marian Berry, Della
Claudia Carey, THIRD ROW: Gerri Finch, Rosemary Bell, JoAnn Sample, Viola Thompson, Tenola Young.
Left to right, First row: jackie Mickle, Geri Finch, Margo Thomas, Dedra Johnson, Charmaine Davis, Della Bell, Mr.
Beasly, Rosemary Levias, Rosemary Anderson. Second row: Harris, recreation director.
Dorothy Liggins, Viola Thompson, JoAnn Samples, Julia
Left to right: Sherry Patterson, Joyce Young, Mary jones, Ellen Watson,
Tenola Young, Bettie King.
Left to right: Callie Lewis, Reginia
Washingtong Joyce Young, Instructor-
FALL COUNCIL: FIRST ROW, left to right:
Rosemary Levias, Barbara Berry, Tenola Young,
SECOND ROW, left to right: Beatrice Wynn,
Della Bell, Joyce Young, Chris Lee. THIRD
ROW, left to right: Julia Thomas, Betty
Manning, Marian Berry, Lorraine Carlsson,
The G.A.A. participated in an exciting
Cross Country Run through Emeryville
and played basketball and softball with
West Camfus, They glayed in the annual
Milk Fun Game an served as hostesses
at the Four-In-One Tournament Awards
Dinner. Some other activities were: swim-
ming every week, a track team, Block E-
G.A.A. Dance, and the Senior Tea. The
first Thursday night of each month was
G.A.A. Night in the gym. Points were
awarded for participating in the activities
and serving as volunteers.
SPRING COUNCIL: Left to right Miss Huber advisor Equella Rice treasurer julia
Thomas, presidentg Lois Woods, sports manager Not pictured Somya Clemons point secre
taryg Sherry Patterson, secretary.
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Not pictured: Vince Mazzini, Tackleg Tony Mc-
Coy Backg Cornelious Harris, Back, Captain of
the year, All Conference first string.
First row, left to right: Karl Yesmont, Tackle, Pat An-
drews, Back, Billy Carter, Guard, Larry Watson, Back,
Jack Bimbo, Guardg Vernon Holloway, Guard, Lonnie
Billoups, Back, Corbett Dotson, Back, Jerry Lee, Guard.
Gary Gregory, Back, Art Snowden, Endg Robert Silva,
row: Richard Silva, Center, Greg jones, Back,
End, Douglas White, Back, Ron Jackson, Back, Henery
Rice, End, jerry Ramsey, Guardg Al Silva, Center. Third
row: William Holmes, Guard, Raymond Zedd, Endg Al
Clark, Tackleg Gerald Wilson, Tackle, Danny Johnson,
End, Ron Jones, Guard, Cliff Donohue, End. Not Pictured:
Vince Mazzini, Cornelious Harris, Tony McCoy.
The Spartans made a big comeback this year after having
been deprived of a practice field because of construction last
season. They took second place in the League, and ended the
season with Coach Abrami's accolade, "One of the best teams
I have ever coached."
SCORES FOR VARSITY EMERY
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St. Vincent's 6 37
C.S.D. 14 38
S.R.M.A. 14 45
Wilmerding 2 24
Menlo 35 0
First row, left to right: Donald Wesley, Manager, Melvin
Chin, Rufus Johnson, Randy Ingram, Donald jackson,
Frank Silva, joe Jackson, Gary Ramsey, Alvis Woods,
Manager, Dennis Garretti, Manager. Second row: Ralph
Roussell, Curtis Manning, Art Broussard, Richard Brandon
Dennis Johnson, Larry Brown, Randy jones, julis Jasper,
Leavy Forte, Coach Abrami.
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Watson, third base, Ernest Holloway, outfield, Lonnie
Billoups, outfield, Danny Schultz, third base, Romulo
Anaya, right field, SECOND ROW, left to right: Curtis
Manning, manager, Richard Jones, left field, Johnny Mc-
Naughton, second base, jack Bimbo, outfield, Robert
Silva, outfield, Leavie Forte, outfield, Douglas White,
manager, THIRD ROW, Coach Lovisone, Arthur Snow-
den, catcher, Greg jones, pitcher, Cornelious Harris,
shortstop, Tony McCoy, first base, Richard Silva, catcher,
NOT pictured, Al Silva, outfield, Bob Baker, infield.
Playing on their own field for the first time in two years, both the varsity and
the jV's were beginning to make headway as the season opened and the Yearbook
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL: FIRST ROW, left to
right: Craig Henry, shortstop, Al Woods, center Seld,
Frank Silva, right field, Ricky Vinson, second base, Art
Allen, left field, Tom Rice, center field, Ken Burton,
manager, SECOND ROW, left to right: Rufus johnson,
center lieldg Mike Dixon, shortstop and pitcher, Larry
jenkins, second base, Randy Ingram, third base, Madison
Owens, right field, Steve Hansen, first base, Ron Williams,
left field, jim Shaffer, manager, THIRD ROW, left to
right: Mr. Abrami, Coach, Don Wesley, catcher, Art
Broussard, right field: Larry Brown, first base, Randy
jones, shortstop, Willie Rankins, catcher, David Woods,
third base and pitcher.
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The Block E, Emery's Service group for boys who have won their blocks in a
sport, was scheduled to have a new kind of initiation at the end of the year. The
group joined the G.A.A. in having a dance in the Spring. During the year they
provided monitors for the assemblies.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Art Snowdeng jack Bimbo,
presidentg jerry Leeg joe jaclcsong Corbett Dotsong Johnny
McNaughtong Tony McCoy, representativeg SECOND
ROW, Vince Mazzinig Danny johnsong Alfred Clarkg Greg
jonesg Corneilous Harrisg jerry Ramseyg Ron jonesg Ray
Zeddg Mr. Lovisone, advisorg not pictured, Alvin Dotsong
vice-presidentg Henry Rice.
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Randy Horton, Steve Hansen, Tim Hoffman, Lowell
Hudson, Glenn Foster. Second row, David Woods,
Gerald Wilson, Donald Wesley, Robert Barajas, Willie
Rankins, Coach Bennett. Not pictured, Glenn Ray,
manager, Salvador Dominguez Coached by Mr. Ben-
2. Left to right, Robert Barajas and Gerald Wilson
3. Practicing take-offs, Foreground, Lowell Hudson. In
back Randy Horton.
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satisfaction of being pioneers in a new sport for our
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V.F.XV. Ladies Auxiliary to S.B. President
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Curtis at Channel 7 TV show.
It was a long swim, and the sun's pretty good.
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