Emery High School - Spartan Yearbook (Emeryville, CA)
- Class of 1969
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Band sets the tone for the football
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Mr. L., with girls' leader, Susan An-
drews, and Block E President. Frank
Silva. plans ticket campaign for Milk
A bevy ol Bnory queens.
Frank, Leo - Leisure hours
Connie. Virginia, Barbara - Discussing
yearbook of '69
Lloyd, Kafhy - Kaihy helping Lloyd wifh
Tom, Tom. Randy - Relaxing ai' lunch
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Jeff. Sherry, Gary. Ellen, Joyce - Senior
JoAnn, Janef, Mamie - Wan? a ride??
Dennis, Walier - Sophisficafed men of
Lois Adams - Surprise, you're on Can-
Barbara, Susan - Hard a+ work
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SENIORS AND FUTURE SENIORS
MARVA LOIS ADAMS
Senior Tea Spring '69g Varsity Pompon '68-'69p Milk Fund Game '697
Student Recreation Volunteer Service Club '68-'69g Publication Staff
LEO ALDERSON. IR.
Block E '67-'69p Varsity Football '67-'69y IV Baseball '67g Chorus
'67-'68: Band '67-'68.
SUSAN ALICIA ANDREWS
9th Grade Vice-President Spring '66g l0th Grade Secretary Fall '67g
12th Grade Treasurer Fall '68p 12th Grade President Spring '69g
G.A.A. Member '65-'69g Milk Fund Game '67-'69y Senior Tea Spring
'697 Fashion Show '66-'69g Publication Staff '68-'69p Student Council
RALPH ANDINO, IR-
Student Body President '68-'69p Student Council '67-'69g Interact
Club 'B7-'69p Interact Club President '68g Iunior Statesmen President
'57-'59: Boy State Representative 'S8g Interact Vice-President '68-'69:
Block E '67-'69g Varsity Football '67-'69g Institute of Nations, Repre-
sentative '68g Newspaper Staff '67-'69g Editor of School Paper '67-
'69y Advisor of Student Curricular Behavior Committee '69p Enter-
tainment Committee '69: Debate Club '57-'69,
IEANNE A. AIRTAXET
Ir. Honor Society '63-'64g G.A.A. Member '63-'68p Chess Club '63-'64p
Future Teacher Association '63-'66p Kill Kare Club '65p Ir. Red Cross
'58-'S9: G.A.A. Representative '66-'67g Student Council '66g 10th
Grade Vice-President '66p Milk Fund Game '67-'B9g Spanish Club
'67: Senior Tea '68-'69p Interact Club '68-'B9p Publication Stati '69p
12th Grade Class Treasurer '59.
ROBERT S. BARAIAS
Varsity Football '68y Swim Team '66p I.V. Basketball '66p llth Grade
IDBLTA M. A. BORGES
Fashion Show '67g Girls Volleyball '69: Senior Tea '69.
CARMHQ' R. BROWN
Black Student Union '67-'68g G.A.A. '66-'67p Red Cross: Future
9th Grade Fall President '66g Student Council Fall '68g Block E '66-
'69p Football Varsity '66-'89y Football I.V. '66g Basketball C Team
'64g Basketball I.V. '66p Band, '64-'69.
ETHELDA KATHLEEN CAMPBELL '
Student Council '67-'68p Cheerleader '67-'68g Head Pompon Girl '68g
Future Teacher Association President '67p Future Teacher Associa-
tion Secretary '68g G.A.A. Secretary '67g Interact Club '68-'69g Milk
Fund Game '67-'68p Senior Tea '69g Publication Staff '69p G.A.A.
Member '66-'68: Rotary Club '87-'68g Senior Announcement Com-
mittee Sprinq '69g Honor Society '69.
LARRY TAREL BROWN
10th Grade President Fall '67g llth Grade Vice-President Fall '68g
Student Council '58g Block E Secretary 'B8: Ir. Honor Society '6By
Football Varsity '67-'69p IV Football '66g Spanish Club '66p Black
Student Union '68-'69.
CONNIE I. CROSS
Transferred from Pacific Grove High School-19665 G.A.A. 10th
Grade '66-'B7: Class Treasurer Fall '67g Milk Fund Game 'B87 Publi-
cation Staff '68-'697 Senior Tea '69.
KENNETH I. BURTON. IR.
7th Grade Treasurer Fall '64g Manager Varsity Football '66p IV Foot-
ball '687 B Basketball '65-'67g C Basketball 'B3g IV Baseball '67g IV
Baseball Manager '66g Band '64-'66p Interact Club '66-'69g Interact
Club Secretary '67-'68.
SHERRY KAY PAITERSON HOLLOWAY
8th Grade Vice-President Spring '65, Varsity Cheerleader '687 Stu-
dent Council Fall '65g Iunior High G.A.A. President '65p Student
Council Spring '65: Modern Dance Member '65-'B6g Teachers Aide
'66: Chorus '66-'67g IV Cheerleader '66-'67g Pep Club Member '66p
G.A.A. Council '67: Black Student Union Member '68.
THOMAS B. CARLSSON
Ir. Honor Society '64-'65g Dance Committee '68g Interact Club '67-'69g
Interact Club President '69p Band '64-'69g Student Council '68.
BARBARA ANN IACKSON
G.A.A. Member '66-'67: Senior Tea '69p Chorus '67: Future Nurses
Association '56-'67g Milk Fund Game '68.
California Scholarship Federation '65-'68y President, Treasurer '68:
Iunior Honor Society '63-'85, Iunior Honor Society President '65g
Interact Club '67-'69: Interact Club Treasurer '68g Student Council
'65, '68, '69.
MARY LOUISE IONES
President Fall and Spring 'B4g Secretary-Treasurer Fall: President
Spring '65: Student Council '64-'687 G.A.A. '64-'E-71 Chorus '65-'69:
Fashion Show '65g Publication '66-'69g Pompon Girl '65-'66g Cheer-
leader '66-'68y President Spring, Vice-President Fall '67: Girls Track
'65-'66g Milk Fund '69p Girls Basketball G Volleyball '66-'69.
ALBERT L. DE NURRA
Sergeant at Arms '66: B Team Basketball '65-'66: C Team Basketball
'65-'66g Spanish Club '65-'67p Interact Club '68-'69p Student Council
'67-'69: Interact Club President '67-68: Band '67-'68g Stage Crew
'66-'69g Student Body Vice-President '68-'69 Fall: Student Curriculum
Behavior Committee '69.
Student Council, '67: 10th Grade President, '67g Senior Class Vice-
President, '69: IV Football, '56p Football Varsity, '68-'69p Basketball
C Team. '55g B Team. '66-'68g A Team, '68-'69p IV Baseball. 67,
Trace, '66-'57: Chorus, '68: Band, '66-'69.
Varsity Football '87-'69g Varsity Baseball '67-'69p Band '64-'S9p Bas-
ketball IV '68-'69.
Senior Tea '69p G.A.A. -'63-'68p Iunior Honor Society '63-'65p Vice-
President '64g Secretary '65p Kill Kare Club '65p 9th Grade Secretary-
Treasurer, Spring '67, Vice-President, Historian Fall '67p Iunior
Statesmen Club. Spring '68g Interact Club '68-'89, Secretary: 12th
Grade Secretary, Spring '69g Milk Fund Game '69.
LARRY TYRONE DESAUSSURE
Football Varsity '67-'69p Basketball B Team '6'7g Baseball Varsity
'57-'68g Black Student Union '68p Student Recreation Volunteer Ser-
vice Club 'B8.
LINDA MARY MULLER
Milk Fund '69p Disc-Iockey Club Fall '68g Rotary Club '68-'69p News-
paper Staff '69g Varsity Pompon Girl 'BBQ Senior Tea '69g' Publication
Staff '69p Red Cross '69.
ROBERT WILLIAM DUNN'
10th Grade Club Council: 10th-12th Grade Block E Member '67-'69'
Varsity Basketball '88-'69.
BARBARA ANN RAY
G.A.A. Member '54-'66g Publication Staff '697 Senior Announcement
Committee '69g- Senior Tea '69p Library Assistant '68: Honor Society
MARQUITA MARIA SILVA
Iournalism Staff Spring '69p lnteract Club '88-'69p Broadcasting Club
'68-'89y Senior Tea Spring 'B9p Fashion Show Spring '69p Iunior Red
Cross Club '69g Entertainment Club '69.
Basketball '66g C Team Basketball '66g IV Football '66g Baseball '55g
Spanish Club '64g Student Recreation Volunteer Service Club '67g
Bank Monitor '65.
G.A.A. Member '63-'66: Senior Tea '69g Interact Club Treasurer '68-
'69p Pompon Girl '68-'B9g Iunior Statesmen Spring '68g Library As-
Senior Class President Fall '68p Student Body President Spring '69p
Senior Tea Spring '69g Chorus '6'7g Future Nurses Association '65-
'67p Black Student Union '68g Varsity Pompon '68-'S9g Miss Emery
ot '69: Broadcasting Club Spring '69p Red Cross 'B9g Milk Fund Game
'69: Fashion Show Spring '69g Iournalism '68-'69.
Radio Broadcasting '68-'69y Student Curricular Behavior Committee:
Psycholoqic Adviser '69g Drug Administrator 'B9p Varsity Football
'68-'69g Black Student Union '68.
Bank Monitor Spring '63p G.A.A. '63-'68g Interact Club '68-'69g
Spanish Club '66g Senior Tea '69g Fashion Show '63-'69.
RANDALL E. HORTON
7th Grade Vice-President '63p Band '64-'69p Swimming Team '67p
Ir. Honor Society '63-'65p 8th Grade President '64p Interact Club
'67-'69g Historian '68g Kill Kare Club '64g Chess Club '65.
IANET I. VITAL
l2th Grade Secretary Fall '68p G.A.A. '65-'66y 10th Grade Represent-
ative 'S7: Pep Club '66: 8th Grade Representative '65p IV Cheer-
leader '66p Red Cross Member '65g Pompon Girl and Cheerleader
'67p Girls Track '65g Black Student Union '67g Decorating Committee
10th Grade Dance '67: Spanish Club Spring '65.
ROBERT E. IBABRB
8th Grade Vice-President: Student Council '67p Band '64-'69p Chess
ELLEN I.. WATSON
Bth Grade Secretary-Treasurer Spring '65g G.A.A. '64-'677 Modern
Dance '65-'67g Fashion Show '55p Cheerleader '68g Publication Staff
-Editor '68-'69g llth Grade Class Secretary '68 Fallg Senior Tea
'68: Girls Chorus '68-'69g Girls Track '66g Treasurer Spring-Pall '67p
G.A.A. Secretary '67p Bowling '69g Publications '67.
LARRY DONALD IENKINS
Band '64-'69: Basketball '64-'69.
BARBARA ANN WHITWORTH
G.A.A Member '63-'667 Publication Staff '66-'69g Fashion Show
Spring '647 Senior Tea Spring '69,
Broadcasting Club '67"69: Basketball Team '67-'69p Football Team
'67-'69g 11 Grade Black Student Union '68g Block E '67-69.
VIRGINIA L. WILLIANIS
G.A.A. 7th Grade Representative '64p Fashion Show Spring '64g
G.A.A. Member '64-'66g Publication Staff '65-'59g Iournalism Staff
'68g Senior Tea Spring '69
IEFFERY JOSEPH MARSHALL LEWIS
Baseball A '67p Swimming '67p Chorus '67y Band '66-'69g Spanish
Club '68g Black Student Union '68.
M. IOYCE YOUNG
G.A.A. Member '84-'B5g G.A.A. Secretary '65g Girls Chorus '55-'69:
Modern Dance '65-'67g Girls Track 'SSQ Office Assistant '67p Varsity
Cheerleader '68p Black Student Union '68g Band Singer '65-'69:
Senior Tea '69y Fashion Show '65-'67g Bowling '69y Talent Show '65.
GARY LEE RAMSEY
Block E '68-'69p Varsity Football '68-'69g IV Football '66g Spanish
Club '66-'67p Band '66-'67,
Football IV '65p Baseball IV '66g Football Varsity '67-'697 Block E
'B8: Block E President Fall '68p Spring '69p Iunior Class President
Fall '67p Most Valuable Football Player '68g Student Recreation Vol-
unteer Club '67-'68g Football Most Tackles '67-'68g All Conference
Football Offense '67p All Conference Football Offense and Defense
'68p President Noontime Activities '69g Student Council '69.
12th Grade Vice-President '69p A Varsity Basketball '58-'69p B IV
Basketball '67-'68p Entertainment Committee '69p Student Recreation
Volunteer Service Club '67-'68.
IIM D. SHAFFER
DANIEL D. SCHULTZ
CHARLE- D. SPITTLER
Varsity Football Manager 66 Yearbook Staff 68 69 Interact Club
Historian '68-'69y Student Council Fall 69
, Lois Adams, leave to Ieannie Harris and Yvette
Iohnson the- ability to flirt and get caught like
, Leo Alderson, Ir., leave to the brothers and sis-
ters who will remain at Emery my revolution-
, Ralph Andino, leave Emery High School in a
, Susan Alicia Andrews, leave a very important
person my love, and my thanks to Mr. Bu-
chanan for helping me to become a graduate.
, leanne Artaxet, leave Ieanette Anaya my abil-
ity to find out where all the parties are.
Idelta Borges, leave Miss Richards the ability
to treat the other students as nicely as she has
Robert Barajas, leave those good days by the
Berkeley Farms trucks.
Art Broussard, leave Mr. B-ardo the hope of
having a good band next year, and Mr.
Abrami'the hope of having some kind of a
Carmen Brown, leave Brenda McCoy every-
thing I leave behind, and my mother and Tina
all my love.
Larry Tarel Brown, leave David Woods the
ability to grow more hair and a razor to shave
Kenneth Burton, leave my sister Shirley the
ability to stay out of trouble with her teachers.
, Kathy Campbell, leave nothing as I will need
everything I've got.
Tom Carlsson, leave Emery to all my friends
who have helped me throughout the years and
also to a special friend who has cheered me up
Ianet Tso, leave my brother Morris the ability
to get along with Dennis Garetti.
Thomas Chung, leave Mr. Ernst the hopes of
having a great and brilliant trig class like that
Connie Cross, leave Don Wesley all my love
and the hopes that he will attend school often
enough next year to graduate.
, Albert Louis De Nurra, leave my ability to find
happiness to others, to everybody.
, Larry Desaussure, leave all my ESP ability to
my brother Tony, to never love, just play.
Curtis Harris, leave all the good times at Em-
ery High to my sister Ieannie.
, Allen Henry, leave my philosophical meaning
of life after death lreincarnationt to Arthur
Sherry Kay Patterson Holloway, leave to my
brother Victor, a newcomer at Emery, my abil-
ity to accept school and to make the most ot it.
, Randy Horton, leave Mr. Meistrell.
, Robert Dunn, will to the coming seniors of Em-
ery High my luck, and my wish that they have
better luck than we had.
Bob Ibarra, leave Iohn Smith my ability to
. Barbara Iackson, leave Marion Barlow a pair
of walking stilts.
Dennis Iohnson, leave my intelligence to
George and Gary, and my athletic ability to
Edwin Iones, leave the Broadcasting Club to
Ieff Lewis, leave my expert driving skill to
Willie Milton Rankins.
, Mamie Lum, leave Demetra Baker the ability
to always keep busy in the library.
I, Linda Muller, leave Lucille Anaya a years sup-
ply of Kleenex for her year-around colds.
Gary Ramsey, leave my good looks to Iim
Hayes so he won't have to follow girls around
, Barbara Ray, leave Mike Baker the ability to
stop breaking the stick shift off his brother-in-
law's '63 Chevy.
IoAnn Seitz, leave Patti Abeyeta a supply of
make-up so she won't have to use mine any-
Frank Silva, leave the students at Emery a
pair of scissors to cut the "Grape Vine."
, Marquita Silva, leave Lucille Anaya the abil-
ity to say the words "shrivel up."
, Anita Thomas, leave Rosey and his next jour-
nalism class "good luck" because they will
need it after I leave.
, Ianet Vital, will my husband, and my mother
and father all my love.
, Ellen Watson, leave Gloria Manning, Shirley
Collins, and my two sisters, Mr. Bruce's office.
Virginia Williams, leave my brother Ron my
ability to finish 'his senior year as well as I
Barbara Whitworth, leave Chris Vinther a full-
length mirror, and a new comb, for that's all
he needs to be happy in his future years at
Walter Wilson, leave Milam Schultz my ability
to cut things in half.
Ioyce Young, leave all the students at Emery
more luck than I had.
Mamie Lum: "You will have lo wail' your
Edwin Jones: "Smile, now loolt ai' +he liffle
JoAnn Seifz: "SiH'ing here alone fhinlring
aboui' my past"
Kaihy Campbell: "Look Mom, no cavi-
Virginia Williams: "There is a 'lime for
work and a 'fime for seriousness. and ihis
Joyce Young: "Now I'm ready fo go."
Barbara Jackson: "Anoiher lonely day in
Linda Muller: "Hurry up - fhis ground
is ge'H'ing a li'H'le bil 'foo hard for my
Alberi' DeNurra: "They always have me
siHing in 'rhai' same old corner."
Connie Cross: "You know, wiih a gopd
blanlcei' and a iasiy finger a gal could
Mary Jones: "Jusi wail' unlil I gel' my
hands on you, you'll be sorry!"
Kenneth Burton: 'V'I ihinlr I'm losing- some-
Marquiha Silva: "Thai was a 'funny phoiog-
Jeanne Arfaxei: "Show me your dimple."
Barbara Ray: "There is Iusf no place 'io
go 'lhese days."
Janel' Tso: "Twen+y-live miles fo go. Tha+'s
whai' worries me!"
Susie Smith: "Lovely day on 'Phe play-
Mary - Designing a masferpiece
Anifa, Marquife, Linda - Taking 'iime ou'l'
Connie - Trying oui for +he foofball feam
Dennis J. Chuck - How much is he?7
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Elzie - Le+'s hear 50 cenis
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Smokey crew. Cha+man.
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Smoke geis in your eyes! Junior High game.
cookouf. I I. Four-in-One Winners!
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MR. THOMAS H. CONLAN
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Emery Unified School District
MARY K. CURRAN MB. ANTHONY G. CABRAL MRS. DOROTHY BALANGERO MR. RAYMOND STRONG MR. WILLIAM T. PRINCE
Member President Clerk Member Member
Especially to the Seniors:
The decade of the l96O's has seen you develop
from young children to thoughtful young adults.
While you were growing up, America, too, has
been struggling toward self-understanding. You
must now contribute your experience, maturity, and
compassion to shape the tomorrows for us all.
True democracy, freedom-the promise that is
America-is not easily won. And once won, con-
stant guardianship must be maintained of our pre-
cious human rights. The effective leaders in tomor-
row's world must increasingly be educated men
and women who can understand the relationships
between our past and our present and the chal-
lenges of our futureg who can work individually
and in cooperation with others in the best interests
We, your teachers, parents, and friends, hope
your experiences at Emery will help you to take
your place in the adult world. We hope you see the
vital importance of a good education. We wish you
success in your future and in ours.
-Lawrence E. Sheppard
DR. LAWRENCE E. Sl-IEPPARD
MR. IOSEPI-I C. LOVISONE MR. SYLVESTER BRUCE
Vice-Principal Director ol Student Behavior
Mr. Elo I. Abrami Mrs. Ruth Anderson Mr. William Bauer Mr. Iamos Chatman Miss Carole Cruz
Physical Education Business Education Science Physical Education Iunior High
Mrs. Iudith Davis
Mr. I ack M. Ernst Mr. Ronald L. Hiqday Mr. Fred Ivey Mr. Booker Iackson Mrs. Gladys M. lox-dan Mr. Ian-ies Kennedy
Mathematics English Black History Social Science, English Special Education Spanish,
Mrs. Mr. Patrick A. Meistrell Mr. Paul A. Mslmed Mrs. Iune C. Millard Mrs. Marcia H. Miner
Patricia Mclleynolds Junior High, Speech Pathologist Iunior High English
Art Family Living
Miss Doris Mosaly
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Director of Athletics
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' J ' ' M 'A Business Education
Mr, Neal Rosenberg Mrs. Marilyn Sherwin Mr. Clifton Shordike Mr. Lester Talbot Mr. William P. Walker Miss Beverly Gatenby
Social Science Chorus Social Science Boys' P.E., and Instructional Material English
Divers' Education Coordinator
Mrs. Velma Rath!!
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Mrs. llse Friedman
Food Service Manager
Mrs. Bon Koplos Min Carolyn Charles Min Cynthia Axel
Attendance Clerk Secretary tresiqned Dec. 19687 Library Assistant
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Mr. Peter Susin
Mrs Arbella Finch
Mr. Bruce Gritiin
Mrs. Ruth Hanson
Mrs Iessie Hollowa
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Mr. Arthur Dewitt Mr. Nick Romano
Mrs. Rosie Lee Manning Mrs. Elvoda Thomas
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Lihruturs Oral language training
Clan dbcunlon on the Idea ol democracy coneenu iuel! with such basic
human rights as life. food. work. cmd the expression ol opinion.
Study of court: and law. N
Black history seminar. Research in the United Nations and ihe relationships of the U.S. with
The social sciences curriculum includes the
key disciplines of world history, U.S. history,
and government. A block curriculum ond eth-
nic studies proqrczm is an integral port of the
social sciences department.
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Study oi the role ol minority youih in our society.
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ood, nail and string construction. Painting with oils and turpentine.
Mosaic candle making. and nail and string construction.
More nail and string designs. Painting, und working on glass mosaic candle holder.
EMERY HIGH BAND
FIRST ROW llell to rightl: Alton Biser, Elsie Young. Randy Horton, Tom Carlsson, Willie Rankins, Larry
White Eagle, Robert Estenzo. SECOND ROW: Alfred Turner. Lrrrry Ienkins, Ruben Hernandez, Craig Calhoun.
Phillip Hull, Art Broussard, Maddison Coleman, Iohn Smith. Albert Glenn. David Prince. THIRD ROW: Rufus
Iohnson, Frank Rankins. NOT PICTURED: Robert Iharra.
Again this year the band performed for all school assemblies. They also played
before one of our home games, and several of the bandsmen appeared in their
football uniforms just before opening kickfoff. Thats real loyalty! The annual
Christmas assembly featured the band, which also participated in the Milk Fund
game, and performed at the PACE P-TA dinner. The most exciting event was the
Winning of second place in our division at the University of Nevada's annual
stage band festival in Reno in March. Ninety-five bands and fifteen combos were
in this contest. Second prize was considered by the judges to be an outstanding
achievement by Emery's fine musicians. The band played two other concerts
in the Spring: at Holy Names Girls High School and at the Brisbane Grammar
School. The musical year terminated with the 1969 graduation ceremonies,
featured graduating seniors in instrumental numbers.
ART BROUSSARD TOM CARLSSON
RANDY HORTON First Trumpet First Alto
First Tenor Saxophone Brass Section Leader Saxophone Section Leader
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Not pictured are Phil Hall, Maddison Coleman and many others who partici-
pated in the late Spring activity. The Chorus presented numbers with the Per-
formance Band, and also presented a scene from Carmen Iones. One event
planned at this writing was a song contest, for all the students in the school, the
sonqs submitted to be performed by the Chorus.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Stephanie Cooper. Craig Calhoun. lei! Lewis, Larry lenkins. Rita Vinson, Lloyd Sumler.
' Ellie Younq.
Wood Shop: siool and wall plaque Metal Shop: lump prolect
Wood Shop: carving u dish Drafting
Melcrl Shop: sheet metal proiect Metal Shop: programmed inslruction
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Clals dileuslion on nutrition.
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On the line.
Strength, endurance, coordination are
aims of the physical education program
Circuit training involving a variety of exer
cises as shown in these photos develops
these qualities. In addition, students are in
troduced to game skills: wrestling, football
baseball, golf, volleyball, tennis, track and
field, and swimming
Eiqhih grade language arts group.
Eighth grade English clcxss.
Seventh grade history class.
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Work experience program. A new program.
iointly sponsored by the School District and
the Emeryville Industries Association. gives
students on-the-iob training. These students
are shown with Mr. Kennedy. the coordi-
nator. and supervising executives oi Rucker
Control Systems. one oi the companies op-
erating in the program.
FIRST ROW tlett to rightj: Willard
Ra-nkins, Sophomore President: La-
Vanya Saunders. Secretary - Treas-
urer: Brenda McCoy, Sth Grade Pres-
ident: Ieanie I-Iarris, Cheerleader
Representative: Tom Chung, Sr. Hon-
or Society President. SECOND ROW:
Phil Hall, Senior President: Susan
Andrews, 12th Grade Secretary: Lor-
etta Watson, 71h Grade President:
Frank Silva, Block E President: Rob-
ert Estenzo, I.H.S. President: Willie
Rankins, Ilth Grade President.
THIRD ROW: Mr. loseph Lovisone:
Charles Gipson, Mascot: Ralph An-
dino, President: Albert DeNurra,
Vice-President: Tom Carlsson, Inter-
act President. NOT PICTURED:
Kathy Campbell, Pompon Represent-
"Unity and progress" were the aspirations of the Student
Council this year. We endeavored to unify the students of
Emery behind cr united front to better themselves, school, and
FIRST ROW fleit to riqhtlz LaVanya
Saunders, Student Body Secretary:
Phil Hall, Student Body President:
W'1I1ie Rankins, Entertainment Chair-
man: Connie Rucks. 10th Grade
President: Ieanette Anaya, 9th
Grade President. SECOND ROW:
Ralph Andino, Advisor: Tom 'Carls-
son, Interact President: David
Woods. Student Body Vice-President:
Arthur Allen, Ir., Chairman SCBC.
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riqhtl: Fall Semester
President - Treasurer.
Thomas Chung: Spring
Semester President, Mu-
mie Lum: Monte Taylor.
Steve Flournoy. Albert
Glenn. SECOND ROW:
Fall Semester Vice-Pres-
White Eagle: Spring Se-
mester Secretury, De-
metra Baker: Spring Se-
mester Treasurer, Tina
Marie Nallon: Kenneth
Wills: Spring Semester
Wong. NOT PICTURED:
Viviun Hicks, Ruby
CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
This year, the California Scholarship Federation has opened its membership
to associate members. Iunior high students meeting the required ten point grade
average are eligible for C.S.F. membership. This year activities have included
a visit to Marine World, Farmer's International Market, and 2001-A Space
Odyssey. Members have also attended the annual C.S.F. Conference in May.
Miss Edith Raftery is the sponsor.
NATIONAL IUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
The National Iunior Honor Society has a minimum of two field trips a year
and holds an annual formal tea as its initiation and induction ceremony. The
Society visited the Alameda Naval Air Station and Rework Facilities this fall.
The students also went ice skating and attended an Oaks basketball game.
Elected officers were Albert Glenn, president, both fall and spring terms: Steve
Flournoy, vice-president both termsg Ianice Shatter, secretary, fall term: Wanda
Whitworth, term: Ken W treasurer both
FIRST ROW lleit to
riqhtj: Robert Estenzo,
Leon Burton, Steve Flo-
urnoy. SECOND ROW:
Maria Hernandez, Al-
bert Glenn, Monte Tay-
lor, Neal Blow, Kathy
ROW: Ferncry Burton.
Wanda Whitworth. Tina
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Wells. Dexnetra Baker.
William Warren. NOT
l-licln, Ruby Taylor.
Im-rice Shutter, Ierry
SEATED tleit to riqhtl:
Craig Calhoun. Arthur
Allen. Chairman Allen
Henry. La Vanya Saun-
ders. STANDING: Ralph
Andino. lim Shatter. Al
DeNurra. Albert Glenn.
Student Curriculum and Behavior Committee
The Student Curriculum and Behavior Committee is a student organized and
student controlled committee, formed for and by the students with representa-
tives from every grade. Working along with the student council it has provided
assurance for the students as tar as their participation in establishing rules con-
cerning curriculum and behavior is concerned.
Interact is one of Emery's busiest service groups. The club provides support
for an adopted orphan in India, and donates two S50 scholarships each year
to Emery seniors. Paper drives and car washes support these activities. ln addi-
tion, the Club decorated the Children's Hospital Christmas tree this year, as well
as the gym for the Homecoming Dance, and participated in the March of Dimes
and the Leukemia Fund drives. An affiliate of Rotary International, the Club is
in touch' with other Interact groups in the East Bay and as far afield as Iapan,
Uruguay, Finland, and Denmark. This Year the club members acquired their
own Interact Iackets.
FIRST ROW lloit to
riqhtlz Morris Tso: Tom
Bob Bstenzo. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Bauer. Fac-
ulty Sponsor: Larry
White Eagle: Domotra
Baker: Mamie Lum.
Secretary: Io Ann Snitz.
Treasurer: Linda De-
witt: Kathy Campbell:
La Vanya Saunders.
Historian: Iariot Tao:
Nancy Garcia. THIRD
ROW: Sal Dominguez:
Handy Horton: Ralph
Iohn Smith: Ken Burton.
David Woods: Al Do-
Nurra: Tom Chung:
to rightt: Connie Racks. Linda Watson, Ioann Ruddell, . - - ,
catherine cooay, Elizabeth Whitfield. Yolanda smash, Mow SP:,f,':'nCf:jQf,'2f:sL'f'l5,f:,',':gQ'.3f,g',1g!f""S M
Marcia Thomas, Kathy Campbell. Barbara Ray. THIRD ' '
Brenda McCoy, Antionette Guery, Mary Iones,
Williams. FOURTH ROW: Willie Whitfield, Susan
STANDING: Linda Iackson. David Woods, Don
Barbara W ' '
hxtworth. Shirley Carter. Sharon Iacksorx.
The Spartan Staff are the people who put this book together. They took
pictures, arranged photographic appointments, wrote and edited captions,
distributed the book in Iune.
Linda Muller and Spartan photog-
rapher Don Wesley. Not pictured,
photographer lim Shaiter.
The Broadcasting Club provides entertainment for students over the
public address system during lunch breaks and before the start of classes
in the morning., The members perform as announcers, secretaries, record
man and dedication man. They also provide training for students interested
in this activity. This year they have taken field trips to several radio stations.
STAGE CREW '
Sal Dominquez and A1 DeNurra: They are the unseen,
but key people, who make sure everything operates
LEFT TO RIGHT: Charles Gipson, Antionette Guery, Arthur Allen, Allen
Henry, Marquita Silva, Anita Thomas, Edwin Iones. NOT PICTURILD:
Phil Hall, Willie Rankins, Willard Rankins. them?
properly during assemblies: curtains. lighting. mikes.
Where would our assembly programs be without
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Typist Marquita Silva: Reporters Linda Muller, Dennis Typist Anita Thomas. Reporter Sherry Holloway, Typist
Iohnson. Virginia Williams, Reporter Charles Gipson.
Wednesday, deadline: Thursday, go to press: Friday, publish: Monday,
start all over aqain. That's the schedule the Spartan 300 Staff lives with
each Week in publishing ErneryVi1le's only newspaper. The Spartan 300 is
a student run operation with advisor Neal Rosenberg offering encourage-
ment and runninq the radio.
NOT PICTUHED: Ellen Watson, Cassie Jackson, lim Schul-
fer, Ioyce Young.
Paste ups: Frank Silva, Steve Prince, Mary Iones, Bob
Dunn. Editorial Writers: Ralph Andino, Arthur Allen.
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FIRST ROW tlett to rightl: Secretary Charles
Calhoun. Ralph Andino. Rod Vinson. Iames
Edwards. Ray Gibson. Rhron Liggins. lohn
Burnett. SECOND ROW: Don Wesley. Gary
Ramsey. Leo Alderson. President Frank Sil
va, Larry Desaussure. Vice-President David
Woods. Robert Dunn. Coach Abrami. THIRD
ROW: Larry Dale. Art Broussard. Larry
Rucker. Alton Biser. Maddison Coleman. Ed
Innes. Craig Calhoun. William Thomas.
I-1mery's Iettermen. the Block E society. su-
pervised games and assemblies. and were
active in the Milk 1-'und tournament and the
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FIRST ROW tlett to rightl: Ralph Andino. La
Vanya Saunders. Marquita Silva. Craig
Calhoun. SECOND ROW: Lloyd Sumler, Wil-
lard Rankins. Maddison Coleman.
NOT PICTURED: Phil Hall. Larry Ienkins.
W'illie Rankins and Elzie Young.
The Entertainment Club was iormed to pro-
vide student participation in bringing good
assembly programs to the school. There
were several performances hy the American
Conservatory Theatre. Recording artists
and combos were also on the programs
through the eifortiulzfg the Entertainment
FIRST ROW llett to rightl: Shirley Burton,
lean Strong, Vickie Strong. Cessie jackson,
Yolanda Smith. SECOND ROW: Linda Wat-
son, Stephanie Cooper, loan Jackson, Bren-
da McCoy. Connie Rucks. Elizabeth Whit-
tield, Stephanie Strong. THIRD ROW: Linda
Wilson. Maria Hernandez, Willie Whitfield.
lulie Dominguez. Linda K. Iackson, Kim
Hampton. Trina Davis.
The girls' volleyball team won all their
matches this year against CSD, and with
Berkeley High. A skillful group of players.
this was Emery's first girls' competitive
THE FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
LEFT TO RIGHT: l.aVanya Saunders, Kathy
Campbell and Linda Kaye lackson.
The F.'l'.A. is a group of students interested
in exploring teaching as a profession. They
get practical experience in child care dur-
ing school events. and prepare themselves
to work as tutors.
VOLUNTEER 6. RECREATION
FIRST ROW tleit to rightl: Charles Calhoun.
Rita Vinson. Lois Adams. Yvette Johnson:
Larry Desaussure. President: Iamss Ed-
wards. vice-president. SECOND HOW: Ray
Gipson. Ed Jones. Charles Glpson. Frank
Silva. Iohn Burnett. Gary Smith.
The S.V.S.C. carries out a program ol ser-
vice tor both the school and the community.
At the PACE-PTA Banquet. they were hosts
tor the parents ot Emeryville. They also
work at dances, taking turns at the door.
Mr. lim Chatmcm is the sponsor.
RED CROSS CLUB
Our purpose is to give stu-
dents an opportunity to work to-
gether to help other people
through funds that we collect or
on projects for them. This Year
we hope to complete work on
our fund raising program and
then select a service project
which will give us a feeling of
participation in working on
problems confronting all kinds
FIHST ROW lleft to riqhtl: Vice-President
Connie Bucks. Treasurer Linda Kay Jackson.
Linda Sharon Iackson. Elizabeth Whitfield.
Shirley Collins. Beatrice Early, President
Gloria Manning. Secretary Vinson. SECOND
ROW: Louise Edwards, Kathy Coody. Ray
Gipson. Velton Taper. leanne Artaxet, Cor-
tis Saunders. Linda Watson, Mary Io Collins.
Ioan Iackson, James Edwards. Willie Whit-
field, La Vanya Saunders. Linda Muller.
Mai-quita Silva, Anita Thomas.
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VARSITY POMPON GIRLS
FIRST HOW: Laurel Lawrence, Iocxnn Soiiz. SECOND ROWS Anita Thomas, Lois Adams.
It was a successful year for the Pompon Girls and the Cheerleaders. Their aim
Was to arouse support for the teams. They performed at the games and at the
pre-game rallies. Cheerleaders are on opposite page.
IUNIOR VARSXTY POMPON GIRLS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Ioan Iuckson, Linda Watson. Vermont: Vie, Brenda McCoy. Willie Whitfield, Connio Bucks.
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LBFI' TO RIGHT: Nancy Garcia. Siophcmlo Coopor. Janice Shaffer. lem-nite Anonym.
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Velron in a serious mood. 8. Waiiing lo go in.
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Mrs. Manning af 'ihe snack bar.
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SITTING: lames Edwards, Manager: Mark Holland, Manager. FIRST ROW Qlett to riqhlt: Ralph Andino, G:
Ricky Vinson. LB: Charles Calhoun, Center: Rufus johnson. End: David Woods, HB: Larry Desaussure, I-IB:
Leo Alderzon. HB. SECOND ROW: Dennis Campbell. Assistant Coach: Gary Ramsey, T: Iohn Burnett, End:
Frank Silva, LB: Dennis lohnson, DB: Craig Calhoun. End: Larry Brown. FB: Elio Abrami, Coach. THIRD
ROW: Art Broussard. G: Ruben Baker, End: Larry Rucker, T: Mad.son Coleman. End: Don Wesley, T: Edwin
Jones. T: Randy Iones, QB.
This Year the Spartans finished the season
with a record of three wins and two defeats. A
qood try this year, and a qood year to come.
Some of the returning men for next season's team
are, Charles Calhoun, Craig Calhoun, David
Woods, Maddison Coleman, and Don Wesley.
The I.V.'s acquired valuable experience this
year, winding up with third place in the League.
We can expect or strong team from them next
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FRONT: Manager lames Edwards.
FIRST ROW Ile!! to rightj: Gerald
Iackscn, E: Calvin Gray. B: loe Vel-
asquez, G: Velton Taper. LB: Floyd
Edgarson, T: William Taylor, HB.
SECOND ROW: Coach Campbell,
Ray Gibson, Fl: Rbron Liggins, E:
Don Eaches. T: Michael Robinson,
G: Bill Smith. QB: Guy Thomas, C:
Thru captains and a coach Gott to rtqhtj: Randy Ioan. Frank Silva. Larry Brown. Coach Abrami.
Larry Dosauuuro taking hand-oil tram QB Randy loan. The dotonsiva team coming ott the Bild. against St. Vtnesnts
David Wood being tackled after returning a kickott. Incomplete pass.
The Emery Spartans got off to a slow start, but finished
strong in the B.C.L. competition. They led in scoring with
Maddison Co1eman's 13.1 average, Craig Calhou.n's
11.1, and Charles Calhoun's 10.9. Larry Dale was team
rebounder, leading with 14.5. Craig and Charles Cal-
houn Were tied in assists with a 8.1 average. Coach
Abrami sees next year's team as a winner.
Coach Woods with Senior. players Bobby Dunn, Edwin Iones and Lloyd
BOTTOM ROW lleft to rightl:
Craig Calhoun, G: Charles Cal-
houn, G: Donald Woods, Coach:
Bob Dunn, G: William Thomas,
G: Alton Biser, Manager: Ed
Iones. C: Larry Dale, F: Maddi-
son Coleman, F: Lloyd Sumler.
C: Icmxes Edwards. Manager.
NOT PICTUBED: Randy lanes. F.
A BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
S.B.M.A. ................ 61 Emery ...,.... 67
Menlo ....... ...... 6 2 Emery ........ 47
Lick ........................ 66 Emery ........ 45
St. Vincent's ........ , 56 Emery ........ 84
Iohn O'Connell .... 67 Emery ........ 57
Concordia ............ 47 Emery ........ 75
C.S.D. ....... ...... 7 5 Emery ........ 73
S.R.M.A. ....... ...... 5 1 Emery ........ 74
Menlo ........... ...... 3 7 Emery ........ 35
Lick ........................ 77 Emery ........ 56
St. Vincent's ........ 65 Emery ........ 86
Iohn O'Connell .... 55 Emery ........ 73
Concordia ............ 65 Emery ........ 89
C.S.D. .................... 39 Emery ........ 94
Milk Fund Game .. 51 Emery ........ 49
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FIRST ROW flefl to rightl: Clifton Thomas. F: Ray Gipson. F: Iames Edwards. Manager: Abron Ligqins. G:
Gerald lctckson. G. SECGND ROW: Alton Bissr. Manager: Iohn Burnett, F: Robert Thurman: F: Larry Rout. C:
Bernard Loiton. G: Ricky Vinson. G: Elin Abx-ami. Couch.
BAY COUNTY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
The I.V. team was well balanced this year. Leading
scorer was Bernard Lottonp leading rebounder, Larry
Rout. Rounding out the department was Abron Liqqins,
assistant manager. The Iayvees lost only one practice
game this season, and Went on to demolish the B.C.L.
Their success came mainly from their fast break, prob-
ably the best the league has ever seen.
Larry Rout doing center Sump. as Abron Liggins got: ready lor last break.
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FIRST ROW Cleft lo rlghtl: Neal
Blow, Steve Flourney, Charles
Ellinqberg, Lester Malone, Ricky
Johnson. SECOND ROW: Coach
Abrami, Ken Wells, Ricky Dale,
Allred Turner. Anthony Allen.
Manager Terry Phillips.
These players had an active season. They participated in qames With the
schools and 1n the Four-in-One Tournament. Mark Holland, Ray Strong, Ricky
Iohnson, R1cky Dale, and Kenny Wells were outstanding team members.
FIRST ROW Galt lo rightl: Dwight
Smith. Roger Andrews. Michael
Smith, Raymond Stron . Richard
Gonzales, Tom Yepez. l y Per-
syn. SECOND ROW: Terry Phil-
lips. Manager: Lyle Simon, len-y
Shaiier. Levullo Patrick, Mark
Holland, Monte Taylor. Barry Bd-
wurd. Anthony Minter, Coach
Iames Edwards. Mgr.
FIRST ROW llefl to
righijz Rufus Ichnson,
CF: Rod Vison. SB:
Abe Liqqins. SB:
Charles Calhoun. C:
Danny Shultz, P:
Dave Woods, LF.
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Malone, WB: Ricky
Dale, Mgr.: Mcxddisen
Coleman. P: Larry
Ienkin. FB: Doyle
Jackson. RF: Alton
Biser, TB: Coach Ab-
At this writing and just starting the season the varsity is doing
exceptionally well. They have good hitters and their glowiemen are
superb. The varsity is looking forward to a championship.
The bench reacts lo a
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Led by first baseman Calvin Gray and third baseman Billy Warren. Big things l
were expected from the I.V.'s this year. Veterans Gerald Iackson and Ray Gibson
were an asset to the team. With Clifton Thomas as pitcher, the I.V.'s looked just
about unstoppable at this writing. i
FLHST HOW flell lo rightj: Thomas Andrews, B: Henry Walls. SS: Calvin Grey. FB: Junior Muller. RF: Gerald
Iackson, CF: Tony Desaussure. SB. SECOND ROW: Coach Campbell: Wayne Thomas. P: Prank Dominguez.
C: Larry Rout. FB: Bill Warren. TB: Velton Taper, LF.
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Lederer, Street G Zeus Company, Berkeley
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