Encinal High School - Horizon Yearbook (Alameda, CA)

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horizon VOLUME 4 PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF ENCINAL HIGH SCHOOL Alameda, California VALERIE LOCKHART RON TEILH Co-editors JANET SEYMOUR JEANNE STULL Business Managers V K I ,, ' I t ,Q . , S. sg-'92 ' 1 i 6. ... . 's 'l'he horizon is tht' liniit of ont"s thinking power. expt'rient't'. and outlook. 'l'ht' horizon of Enrinzil High Sehool studt'nts. l1owt'vt'r. shows Il t'z1p1tt'ity for expansion. 'l'ht' past has providt'd idt-tis and expt'rit'nt't's as ai guide to follow in furtht'r explorat- tions. Now is tht' tirnt' for t'at'h individual to deter- inint' his pott'ntialitit's and to develop st'lf-dirt't'tion. How ht- is to t'nt'ountt'r tht' future depends upon how he huilds his outlook and int'rt't1st's his st'opt'. New t'h1illt'ngt's have arisen ht't'ztust' ol tht' grow- ing interest in t'dut':1tion. All of us nrt' lit-toining more nwzirt' of tht- nt't'd to t'orrt'lntt' world friend- ship with world power. This year. wt' at Eneinnl had tht' opportunity to dist'ovt'r. through tht' pres- t'nt't' of 21 foreign t'xt'hzingt' student. some ol tht' wztys of lift' in otht'r nations. Having raised funds and secured at hoint' for at foreign er-tt'hzingt' studt'nt. tht' Eneinal High School FURE ORD "1 am II par! of all llzttl 1 l111z't' mtl: Ytl all t'.X'fJt'I'lt'llt't' is an tzrrlz Ii'llt'l'l'lllI'IIIl'Ql1 Clrttnzs that llllll'IZ?'l'll'If world zt'lztm' margin fades Fort':'t'r and fort'z't'r ztfhtvl l mtzrtz Hozt' tlull il it' to fIllIl.Yt'. fo I7ll1lt't'1III rntl. 'l'o rut! u11l21tr11i.t'lzt'rl, not to xhint' in 1l.tt'.lij Ivlj'.Yxt'.Y-'-f.AliiI't'Cl. Lord 'l't'nnvson student hody inet tht' l't'tlllll'l'Illt'l1lS of the American Field St'rvit't'. lhlllfy Appleyurd of Kent. England. t'zunt' to Eneinzil to grziduzttt' with tht' eltiss of june, '59. With Mztry's pleasing personality and serious attitude toward promoting better relations between tt't'nzigt'rs of this eountry and ttrenztgers in other t'ountrit's. Ent'inzil's student body has shared at worthwliilt' t'xpt'rit'nCt' of international understztnd- ing in ll world of broadening horizons. ln tht' past. tht' yearbook staffs have presented the zit'hit'vt-int'nts of tht' studt'nts in all phases of school lift'. 'l'ht' Horizon staff of june. 1959 wisht's to eniphasizt' tht' at'hit'vt'int'nts of tht' students as rt basis for striving toward new horizons to int't't tht- t'h1illt'ngt' of this spurt' nge. 'I'ht' stall' presents tht' tht'tut' EXPANDING HORIZONS in tht' hope that studt'nts will think of their t'xpt'rit'nt't' ut En- t'inz1l as an opportunity to widen tht'ir st'opt' of tht- world. DEDICATIQN Appointed principal of Encinal High School on July 1, 1953, Mr. Lowell W. Mell has earned the high esteem and deep respect of faculty and students alike. He has contributed to the maturity of Encinal from the start through his enthusiasm for all phases of school life: the curriculum, physical plant, and extra curricular activities. More than an able ad- ministrator. he has encouraged us to show our pride in Encinal, enabling us to meet the challenges of the future. The 1959 Horizon is dedicated to Mr. Mcfll in recognition of all that he has given. The staff. on behalf of the student body, hopes that the measure of Mr. Mell's success and happiness in his new venture will equal the horizons which he has opened for us. Left to Rught Judy Bishop Lower Class Edetor Betty Walton BUSINESS STAFF SEATED left to rtght Lourse McWnllmms Executtve Secretary Pat Newman Art Edltor Sylvta McCoy Mary Appleyard Wlnlfred Osborne Janet S ymour Jeanne Orgamzcutlons Editor Dale Debold Sensor Class Eclutor Stull STANDING John Bownds Inn Q iq.. ltlli pg, Fa' I I lm ll Nukkn Bonnue Editor . E ' ' ' U r . . 1, -' ff. , on Teilh, Co4Eclitor 4 is Mill ii' fini' Gray Gurls Sports Edntor Lulluan Abalr Campus Lufe 1 IN Postrna Copy Edrtor Lynne Newman Lower Class C rr N I Qllxlg John Hanson Nancy Whnte Secretary x 41" di Valerie Lockhart Co Editor xx xx N NIUI N Chl XXIIXIIC NN N70 N XIJXI IXHSI N Q'C D, '1qlf, ' u:xnxnrHaxTufx f+g a' , .. LQHXWHQCWMXSSVS cixxuw'sl1Vu . u'1AA"M" m'f fl ner: . 'iY'.'g1hx1S "A teacher ajects eternityg he can never tell ufhm'1r his fllflllflllk' stops." 7 eHenry Adams ADMINIST RAT IO Guiding us in the expansion of our horizons of knowledge is the lincinal High School faculty and administration. They are the major force which influences us and inspires us to think for our- selves and to prepare for college or a vocation. Throughout his- tory, teachers have transmitted to their students not only knowl- edge and skills but also an awareness of their heritage, which is deepened and widened as the years pass. The teacher can instill the idea of individual worth in his students to give them at hasfs upon which to develop and expand their personal horizons. 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S11 '- 131: R111 'I'11'1i 1lll,' 1 --11 sup-ri111-1111-111. f1I'l'lll i111p1'111'1-1111-111 11111 13l'K'I1 21111- 11111 -1-1-111111111-111 01-1111' llllllly111121513111-1111' 111s11'111'1i1111 p1'1131':1111, 1X'1l11"1 111-' 11111" 1111- 1111-1111- 111 11111' 111181-4'1'0XN'1I14 ' 111111-S. 1111' 1-U1l1I'1' 11111111 111111111111-11 111111111111 1111' 1111- 11 - 1111 1111" 1 ' '2' ' 1 r. lVlell Stresses Meaning and Direction Oliver YN'endell llolmes once said. "The great thing in the world is not so mueh where we stand as in what direction we are moving." Since the theme of our 1959 Yearbook is "Expanding Horizons." the words of Nlr. llolmes greet us with new significance as we see the once distant horizons of -cientilic experiments approach the reality of everyday achievement. Man's leap to the moon and beyond is near. But whether man lives on the earth. the moon. an artificial planet. or a space platform. he can no more live by science alone than by bread alone. Wlherever he dwells he will have to live with himself and with other people. Manls new horizons lie not only in the stratosphere but in the spirit. The seientitic age needs scientilic and technical personnel. to be sure: but above all it needs finer and better persons. This means becoming disciplined and responsible for ourselves as well :is in our relations with others. to keep growing and developing our real competence as persons through pursuit of moral and spiritual values. The future calls for men and women with a spirit of inquiry. It calls for young people who are learning the art of identifying. nurturing and wisely using their talents. It calls for achievement through individual ellorts toward worthwhile goals. t 5 Life must have substance. direction. meaning. and objectivity as indicated in the Rockefeller Report on Education: i'YVhat most people wantf--fyoung and old- fis not merely security. or comfort. or luxury. Most of all they want meaning in their lives." The seientilie age brings not only new problems for mankind but also a new urgency to get on with the unfinished business of finding both "direction" and "meaning" lor himself in his expanding Horizons. The high school experienees and education of our graduates will be a firm founda- tion upon which they may build meaning in their lives and give purposeful direction to their future living. Our love and best wishes go with you. I wish to extend my personal thanks and heartfelt appreciation to Ron Teilh and Valerie Lockhart. editors: Janet Seymour and Jeanne Stull. business managers: their stalls: and to Miss Marilyn Hey and Mr. Clarence Kline. editorial and business ad- visers. for their many hours of hard work and devoted efforts. They have delightfully captured the spirit of Encinal High School through prose and pictures of the myriad activities of our students. faculty. and staff in this time-capsule of the "Horizon" we reached in l959. Lowell YV. 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Not Shown: Miss Diane Dakin ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES DE- PARTMENTS-Sitting: Mr. John Boy, Miss Mcsdge Holland, Miss Delores Schermcin, Standing: Mr. Robert Reilly, Miss Marilyn Hey, Mr. John Cotter, Mr, Clarence Kline MATH AND SCIENCE DEPART MENTS: Mr. Edward Boughton, Mrs. Beth Hegeman, Mr. Kenneth Brown, Mr. John T, Urton. No? Shown: Mrs Hulda Mark, Mr, William Long, Mr. Arthur Allione HOMEMAKING AND SHOP DE- PARTMENTS: Mr. Frank Hanna, Mr. Arthur Rice, Mr. George Reeves, Miss Lela Sibley, Mr. Joseph Yeomon A -fi 1 sf A , l ' -5 e Jill .Nl '- .J :QP Counselors Aicl Stuclents ln Choosing Fielcl Ol Enclenvor Clouplvd with tht- systvin ol' dt'pzu'ti11v1its. tln-rl' has lwvn institutvcl :xt linvinzil gi vzlpzihln' counsvling prograun to :xttuin tlmw- lI1Il.l0I' oh-it-t'tix'vs, First. tht- rounsm-lors lldlIlllllSlt'l' to nr-wh' nt'i'ix't'cl stud:-nts zi I1llIItlJl'l' of lIlll'IiYlt'XK'S :ind vxzitninzitions. ln this way tx studt-nt's spwiiit' intvrt-sts and vzipzihilitit-s gm- clz-tt'i'niinvcl. llt' is thvn IJl'0fllillIlHI1l'Cl into tht' courses that will ht-ni-lit hint to tht- Qt'l'Ll1t'SI ClQ'fl'l't'. lht- vonltist-ling stall' pro- xiclvs 41 plum- wlivn- students can ohtgiin zissistatirt' in surh nizittt-rs ns study lmlnits. progrzini clizmgvs :ind pr-rsonzxl proh- lvnis. lfinnlly. tht- volinsi-lors Imam- lwt-n instrunivntzil in helping tht- grzicluzxting svniors srlwt tht- typt' ot' vdtxvzitioxi or l'IIlPlOy- nivnt that will suit thvni host in tht- yvnrs imint-dintt-ly gift:-1' high school, This counseling progrznii has so tan' prow-n stiwcss- lul. :ind tln-rr' sm' Illllllf' students who Illllllllillll that tht- foun- svlors h.ixt- ln-vn .in lllIIJUl'I2H1Il.1lt'lUl'lH tlit-ii-sim-vss.1t Hnvinul. Mi: Bruno Peinado, Counselor, Languages Mrs. Bessie Sawyer, Counselorp Commercial Mr. Robert Bartley, Counselor, English 11 Ot ier Depflrhnenh XX ic cn 1 mic e U gtucienli interests P. E. DEPARTMENTS-Seated: Mrs. Lois Hombric, Mrs. Lois Harriman, Mrs. Phyllis Snyder. Standing: Mr. Dick Jcensch, Mr, George Read, Mr. Jim Morberry, No! Shown: Mr. John Muiulo, Mr, George Cad- well, Mr. Paul Foster FINE ARTS: Mr. Jock Gcnuni, Miss Marion Nicosia Mr Elvo DAmcnte Service Stl l ssentm To l' lclent l LIINFIOHIHU' UI c 100 CUSTODIANS Front Row Leroy Swanson head custodlan Lester Butler Addue Gulce Granvllle Swisher Phlllp Bova Charles Amos Back Row Jnmmue Jones Ugo J Dummco Qu -Q1 CAFETERIA STAFF Helen Leeteldt Dleh han Vuola King Ruby Barnes Betty Whe lan Esther Rueder Manager Gladys How land Elsue Roglltz Vlolet Plnclnney R SECRETARIAL STAFF June Frazer secretary to prnncrpal Thelma Howutt records clerk Georgla Slaymaker attendance clerk N N '4 T 1 ' Y - . . . . . k L f Ac . 4 P, x - 1 I I 4 1 , , . : , . ..., -. an ' ,. 6 , a f ' ' I ' , I x, - l- N, . 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M 1' 11Cz1d1'1111C 'md s111'1z11 f111'1'1's during 11111s1- 1-Olll' yl"ll'. pr0v1d1'C1 1111'11111r11's 11111 will 11st '1s 111nQ '1s 11111-s 11111 class. SP ring Vice President Barbara Quinn Spring Secreiary Judy Eliason Spring Treasurer Phil Kokkonen Abair, LillionAMathematics. l. Sr. Play Cast 2. Voice of Democracy Dinner 3. G.A.A. Treas. 4. C.S.F. Sec. 5. Horizon Campus Life Ed. 6. Bd. of Control Aniasco, Tony-Mechanical Drawing Allemandi, Marilyn-Music Barker, Carol-Commercial. 'l. 2B Sec. 2. Sigma Epsilon 3. C.S.F. 4. Sr. Play Cast 5. G.A.A. 6. Bd. of Control Bisi, Paul-Mechanical Drawing Bolivar, Rose-Commercial. 1. G.A.A. 2. Science Club 3. Spanish Club 4. Stu. Council 5. Cheerleaders Club Ammons, Myrna-Commercial. l. Stu. Council 2. Jr. Red Cross 3. Encinettes 4. Choir Anderson, Annetta - Foreign Languages. 'l. Jr. Red Cross 2. G.A.A. A. 2A Sec. 4. C.S.F. 5. Sigma Epsilon 6. Cheerleaders Club Appleyard, Mary - Foreign Languages. 1. Horizon Business Stal? 2. Stu. Council 3. C.S.F. 4. Opt. Youth Wk.-Mgr. of the Chamber of Comm. Arbuckle, Bill-Science. 'l. Horizon Sports Ed. 2. Danny Dither Orch. 3. J.V. Base- ball 4. 3A Vice Pres. 5. Bd. of Control 6. Sigma Epsilon Baker, Rosie-Home Economics. 'l. Jr. Red Cross 2. Mixed Chorus Barber, Judy-Commercial. 'l. Bd. of Con- trol 2. G.A.A. 3. Sigma Epsilon 4. 2B Vice Pres. 5. 3A Sec. 6. Cheerleaders Club v Burton, Gloria--Scien ce Capling, Steve-Science. l. Sr. Play Cast 2. Key Club 3. Bd. of Control 4. Jr. Prom Decorations Comm. 5. Latin Club. Carino, Ben-Mechanical Drawing. l. C.C.C. Rifle Team, 2. C.C.C. Drill Team Carpeneto, Gail-Commercial. 1. 2B Vice Pres. 2. 38 Treas. .3 G.A.A. 4. Chi Mu Sec. 5. Bd. of Control 6. Sigma Epsilon Life Member Carpenter, Pat-Commercial Cavalli, Louise-Art. l. C.S.F. 2. French Club 3. G.A.A. 4. Jr. Red Cross 1 . Booze, Judy- Music. l. Jr. Red Cross 2. Band Bownds, John-Physical Education. 'l. Var. Baseball 2. AA Vice Pres. Brown, Mildred--Physical Education. l. Choir Cavallo, Dennis-Mathematics. l. Sigma Epsilon 2. Spanish Club Chatman, Garland-Physical Education. 'I.Frosl'1-Soph Basketball 2. J.V. Basketball 3. Var. Basketball 4. Bd. of Control 5, J.V Track 6. Var. Football Coones, Paul-Art. l. Var. Track 2. J.V. Track 3. Stu. Council 4. Jr. Prom Comm. Corey, Roselindaf-Art. 'l. Science Club Correia, Raymond--Industrial Arts. l. Sr. Play Stage Crew Croft, David--Science, l. Bd, of Control iv' Duplessis, Pat-Physical Education. 'l. G.A.A. Eastman, Bernice - Music. l. Thespian Troupe 2. Sr. Play Cast 3. Cheerleaders Club 4. Spanish Club 5. Science Club Eells, Barbara-Commercial I Crow, Arnold-Industrial Arts. l, Bd. of Control 2. C.C.C. Rifle Team. 3. C.C.C. Drill Team Davidson, Wilma-Physical Education Debold, Dale--Drama. l. A.S.E.H.S. Treas, 2. C.S.F. Pres., Treas. 3. Latin Club Consul 4. Key Club Sec. 5. Sr. Play Cast 6. IB, 3A Treos. Deering, VonnieAHome Economics Dungan, Bill'-Physical Education. 'I. Froslt- Soplw Football. 2. Sr, Play Stage Crew Duplessis, Gwendolyn-Commercial. il. G.A.A. xv Eliason, JudithfMusic. 1. C.S.F. Sec. 2. IB Sec. 3. Chi Mu 4. Bd. of Control Sec. 5. Sigma Epsilon 6. D.A.R. Award Winner Elmore, Jerry-History. l. Jr. Red Cross 2. Soph. Hop Comm. 3. .lr. Prom Comm. 4. Stu. Council 5. Cheerleaders Club Estropia, Mike-- Mechanical Drawing r 3 I Guadalupe, Cliff- Physical Education. 1. Choir 2. Frosh-Soph Football 3. J.V. Foot- ball. 4. Var. Football 5. Var. Track Hallam, Terry-Physical Education. l. J.V. Baseball 2. Sr. Play Stage Crew Hallford, Carl-Drama. l. Sr. Play Cast 2. Var. Track 3. Thespian Troupe 20 l . Fenstermaker, Gary-Physical Education. l. Var. Baseball 2. Opt. Youth Wk. 3. Thespian Troupe 4. A.S.E.H.S. Sec. 5. Sr. Play Cast 6. Var. Basketball Fonoimoana, Larry-Mechanical Drawing. l. Frosh-Soph Football 2. J.V. Football 3. Var. Football Foster, Fred-Science. 'I. Var. Football 2. J.V. Football 3. Stu. Council Gillen, StevefCommercial Gomes, Mary-Commercial Gray, Nikki-'Art. l. 4A Sec. 2. Stu. Council 3. C.S.F. 4. Jr. Prom Decorations Comm. 5. Horizon Staff 6. Bd. of Control Hollon, Sandra-Commercial. l. Echo Co- editor 2. Thespian Troupe 3. Danny Dith- er Cast 4. Soph. Hop Comm. Karen Holloway - Commercial. l. Stu Council 2, Girls' Glee Humphers, Elbert--History. l. A.S.E.H.S. Cheerleader 2. A.S.E.H.S. Treas. Pres., Sec., Key Club 4. Sigma Epsilon Kunkeler, Celia-Music. 'l. Chi Mu Pres. 2. Stu. Council 3. Jr. Red Cross 4. Science Club 5. Marching Band 6. Dance, Pep Band Jensen, JuDee-Commercial. l. G.A. Vice Pres., Treas. 2. G.A.A. Sec. 3. Echo Staff Kilgore, Wesley-Physical Education. l. Frash-Soph. Football 2. J.V. Football 3. Var. Football 4. B Track f J l l . Harkins, Susan-Music, l. Encinettes Harless, Charles-Mathematics, l. Var. Baseball 2. Var. Football 3, Var, Basket- ball 4. Sigma Epsilon Hassler, Marvin-Industrial Arts i it Kokkonen, Philip-Science. 'l. Sr. Play Cast 2, Thespian Troupe Sec. 3, Jr. Prom Comm. 4. Science Club 5. Spanish Club 6. C.S.F. Lenheim, Barney-Industrial Arts. 1, Arch- itectural Award Winner 2. Bd. ot Control 3. Latin Club Lennear, .lohn-Physical Education. l. Frosh-Soph. Football 2. J.V. Football 3. Var. Football 4. B Track 5. Var. Track 21 McGuire, Maureen-Science. l. C.S.F. 2. Sr. Play Co-director 3. G.A.A. Sec. of Awards 4. Bd. of Control 5. Echo Staff 6. Sigma Epsilon Mclntyre, D:1vidgHistory. l. Science Club 2. Spanish Club Mattsson, BillYArt. l. Echo Art E. 2. Latin Club 3. Key Club Mays, Roxie-Physical Education. 1. Choir Medina, Sam4Commercial. 1. Sigma Ep- silon 2. Bd. of Control Mellin, Karen-Commercial. l. Jr. Red Cross Pres. 2. Pomepom Girl 3. Sigma Epsilon 4. Science Club 5. Cheerleaders Club 6. Bd. of Control Lewis, Julius-Physical Education. l. Var. Baseball 2. Var. Football 3. J.V. Base- ball 4. J.V. Football Lockhart, Valerie!-Commercial. l. Horizon Co-editor 2. A.S.E.H.S. Sec. 3. C.S.F. 4. Thespian Troupe 5. Sr. Play Cast 6. Bd. of Control McCoy, Sylvia-Science. 'l. Latin Club 2. Sigma Epsilon 3. Stu. Council 4. Horizon Organizations Ed. Mellin Kuthlene-Commercial. l. Pom pom Girl 2. Stu. Council 3. Sigma Ep silon 4. Bd. of Control 5. Thespian Troupe 6. Cheerleaders Club Mena, Eddie-Mathematics. l. Frosh-Soph. Football 2. J.V. Football 3. Var. Football Meuter, Ralph-History. l. A.S.E.H.S. Pres. 2. Boys' State 3. Sr. Play Cast 4. '58 Horizon Lower Class Ed. 5. Bd. of Control 6. 3A Pres. Millet, Marvin--Mathematics. l. Var, Foot- ball 2. Stu. Council 3. Sigma Epsilon 4. Band 5. Var. Baseball 6, Var. Basket- ball Mitrick, DanielAMechanical Drawing. 'I. Var. Football 2. J.V. Football 3. J.V. Basketball 4. Choir 5. Key Club Montgomery, Ginny-Drama. l. Science Club 2. Soph. Hop Comm. 3. Jr. Red Cross 4. Jr. Prom Comm. 5. Thespian Troupe 6. Danny Dither Cast Osborne Winifred Commercial. l. Honi- zon Business Staff 2. Bd. of Control 3. Span. Club 4. Sigma Epsilon 5. Science Club Owen, Delores--Drama. 'l. Sr. Play Stage Crew 2. Soph. Hop Comm. 3. Jr. Red Cross 4. Danny Dither Cast 5. Echo Staff 6. Journalism Club Pawlowski, Gareth--History. Q Montoya, Catherine-Drama. 'l. Jr. Red Cross 2. Stu. Council 3. Thespian Troupe 4. Choir 5. Spanish Club Morelli, Vic - Drama. l. Var. Football 2. Sr, Play Cast 3. 4A Pres. 4. Stu. Council Neal, Dennis-Science. l. Bd. of Control 2. C.C.C. Drill Team Newman, Lynne-Science. l. A.S.E.H.S. Pres. 2. French Club Pres. 3. C.S.F. Vice Pres. 4. G,A.A. 5. Bd. of Control Vice Chief Coun. 6. Stu. Council Newman, Pat-Art. 'l. C.S.F. 2. Sigma Epsilon Life Member 3. Horizon Art Ed. 4. Bd. of Control 5. Science Club 6. G.A.A. Okubo, Kenneth-Physical Education. T. J.V. Football 2. Var. Football x Peterson, Sharon--Commercial. Pinion, Dick-Physical Education. l. Var. Football 2. Var. Baseball 3. 3B Pres. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. 5. Bd. of Control 6. Opt. Youth Wk.-Vice Mayor Pitman, Patricia-Home Economics. 1. Jr. Red Cross 2. Jr. Prom Comm. Reed, Betty-Comtmercial. l. Stu. Council 2, 2A, 2B Treas. 3. Echo Staff 4. Jr. Prom Comm. 5. Jr. Red Cross 6. 3B Vice Pres. Reynolds, Rosslyn-Commercial. I. Sigma Epsilon Roles, Theresa-Commercial. 24 Poche, Lloyd,-Science. l. Stu. Council 2. '58 Yearbook Staff 3. J.V. Basketball 4. Frosh-Soph. Basketball 5. Var. Basket- ball 6. Sigma Epsilon Postma, Bonnie-English. l. Horizon Copy Ed. 2. G.A.A. Songleader 3. C.S.F. 4. Sr. Play Pub. Chairman 5. Thespian Troupe 6. Cheerleaders Club Pritchard, Hercules-Physical Education. 'l. Var. Track 2. Var. Football 3. J.V. Basketball Quinn, Barbara-History. l. Sigma Epsilon 2. 2A Pres. 3. G.A.A. 4. Cheerleaders Club Pres. 5. Pom-pam Girl Raines, Jim-Mechanical Drawing. Rauch, Sandra-History. l. Jr. Prom Comm. 2. Stu. Council 3. Jr. Red Cross Sanchez, Arlhur-Science. l. 4A Treas. 2. Bd. of Conlrol Chief Coun., Sec., Treas. 3. C.S.F. 4. Sigma Epsilon 5. J.V. Football San Nicolas, Silvino-Science. l. C.C.C. Drill Team Sanlelman, Kaye-Mathematics. Scotl, Donald-Music. T. A.S.E.H.S. Head Cheerleader 2. Sr. Play Cas? 3. Bd. of Canlrol Co-ordinalor 4. Sigma Epsilon 5. Cheerleaders Club 6. Thespian Troupe Shaw, Benny-Mechanical Drawing. T. C.S.F'. 2. Frosh-Soph. Foolball 3. J.V. Football Slangerup, Gail-English. 1. Sr. Play Cast 2. Drum Maioreffe 3. Thespian Troupe 4. TB Pres. 5. Head Flag Twirler 6. G.A. Sec. as Rudisill, Elaine- Drama. 'l. Jr. Red Cross Rynearson, Dorolhy Commercial. l. Sm. Council Saavedra, Puulu Commercial. l. Stu. Council 2. Jr. Red Cross 3. Spanish Club S la. N.Xx l 'L Spadoni, Phil- Science. 'l. Var. Cross- counlry 2. Var. Track, B Track 3. Sigma Epsilon 4. Spanish Club Spragan, Caesar-Mathematics. l. Slu. Council 2. Jr. Red Cross 3. Bd. of Control 4. Var. Football 5. J.V. Foolball Sreccone, Sandra-Science. l. Spanish Club Sec. 2. Sigma Epsilon 3. Science Club 4. Jr. Red Cross 5. Stu. Council 25 XX Swanton, Delilah-Commercial. Swanson, Nanci-Commercial. T. Bd. of Control 2. Cheerleader Club 3. G.A.A. 4. Stu. Council 5. Sigma Epsilon 6. Span- ish Club Tompkins, Jackie-Drama. l. Sr. Play Stu. Director 2. Thespian Troupe 3. G.A.A. 4. Cheerleader Club 5, Echo Stal? 6. Ji. Ped Cross Tymn, Dennis-English. 'l. Key Club 2. Var. Track 3. Var. Crosscountry 4. Jr. Prom Decorations Comm. 5. Bd. of Control Vice Chief Coun. Voirol, Bob-lnduztriol Arts. Vollring, Fred-Music. l. lA Treas. 2. Pep Band 3. Dance Band 4. Bd. of Control 5. Sr. Play Stage Crew 6. Jr. Red Cross Staats, Larry - Science, l. Var. Cross- country 2. Var. Track 3. Chi Mu Vice Pres. 4. Sigma Epsifon 5. Stu. Council 6. Key Club Stull, Jeanne History. l. Sigma Epsilon Pres. 2. Horizon Bus. Stafl 3. Bd, of Con- trol 4. Sr. Play Comm. 5. Latin Club Consul 6. Science Club Swaggard, Brenda - Home Economics, Wallace, Numurry History. l. Stu. Coun- cil 2. Var. Traclx 3. Var. Football 4. J.V, lootball Walters, Linda-Physical Education. l. G.A.A. 2. Encinettes Walton, Betty-Commercial. l. Sigma Ep- silon 2. Horizon Sec. 3. G.A.A. 4. Chi Mu 5. 3B Treas. 6. Jr. Red Cross Sec. Ward, Sally--Science. l. Sigma Epsilon 2. Jr. Red Cross 3. Science Club 4. Cheer- leader Club West, Irma--Music. l. G.A.A. 2. Sr. Play Cast 3. Jr. Red Cross 4. Choir Westernoff, Gary-Mechanical Drawing. 411 l 33 l 1 Zinn, Earle - Mathematics. White, Nancy-Commercial. Wilcox, Sharon-Ant. 'l. Jr. Red Cross Williams, Morry-Music. l. Var. Track 2. Var. Football 3. Danny Dither Cast 4. J.V, Track 5. Frosh-Soph. Basketball 6. Var. Basketball Wishups, Fred-Mechanical Drawing. 'l. Stu. Council 2. Jr. Prom Comm. 3. J.V. Track 4. Frosh-Soph. Basketball Young, David-Drama. l. Sr. Play Cast 2. Var. Baseball Mgr. 3. Key Club 4. Thes' pian Troupe Pres. 5. Spanish Club Young, Pat-Art. l. French Club 27 Mr. Banks ,. Mrs. Banks . Ben Banks . Tommy Banks Kay Banks . Buckley . Delilah . . Miss Bellamy . Buzz . . Pierre Mazzoule Peggy - - Joe . CAST . Dale Debold Valerie Lockhart David Young Carl Hallford Gail Slangerup Ralph Meuter Irma West Lillian Abair Phil Kokkonen . Vic Morelli . Carol Barker . Don Scott Red . . Steve Capling Pete . . Gary Fenstermaker Scott's Man . . Bonnie Claussen Mrs. Pulitsky . Bernice Eastman 4B PLAY PRO ES 7 . . . i 'N N Family Portrait-Dave Young, Valerie Lockhart, Dale Debold, E Q Carl Hallford, and Gail Slangerup, J L A P "Fatht'r of tha' l31'idm','i dirc't'tt'd by XIII Cottvr. who was assistvd hy llackin' icmipkins. studvnt dirwtor. and Gin- ny Kimitgoriivry. proniptvr, rt'volvc's around tht' trouhlt' a fathcr has in planning his Claughtt'r's wcdding. 'lihis trouble' runs tht' scalm' lirmn "flat silvvr and lint'ns" through an unforgvttahln' m'xpt'rii'm'e' with a pvrsuasivt' Frvnfh fatt'rm'r in which Blr. and Blrs, Banks lvarn that "t'vc'i'ytliing must goin 'lihough there' arm' darkvr nionivnts ht'- twvvn tht- loving voupliu Kay and Btivklvy. Fathvl' inanagvs to Conn' from hvhind in thi' und to save' the day. On tht- nigihts ul' N0vt'nihc'r iii and ll. rvcords wvrt' ltrokvn in all ways. lht' class ul' una' H359 pr0dut't'd a play tivaturing tht' costlivst and most artistic' svt scvn at Encinal High School. This svt fcaturvd a grand piano. which disappm'a1'1'd in thi' third aft. svtting another prcccfdvnt in thcatrc' at Enfinal. This play gan' tht- "59'n'rs', thi' larg- m'st nvt inronim' any viass t'vm'r rc't't'ivvd front a Svnior play. Finally. it found tht- largvst Friday night atti'ndanu' vvvr rt'4'ordc'd for a Svnior play. Hem vvvr. niorm' is 1'n'1iic'r11ht'rcd than statistics alone' about plays. and tht- actors and ac'tre'ssi's will hm' t'0i't'vt'r ITIIlt'llll'JL'I'I'd for tl'll'il' outstanding pm'rl'or1nant'i's. X l, X 28 Vic Morelli making wedding plans with Dale Debold and Valerie Lockhart Mr. Cotter, director, giving last minute under the watchful eyes of Jackie Thompkins, student director, and Ginny words on stage technique to Lillian Montgomery, promptor. Abair. ..-1' f""4q Y 2 X - 'X 6044 ' S-Li 'Li SUCCESS f N . ' I . " ' . C D ' ' . ' . D. . ' SPHIOI' SLIDPI' EILINPS '-' 59l1l0l'S I1 l llfxll' SPHIOI' I lfnllx Boy Mos! Likely To Succeed DALE DEBOLD Besf Looking Girl GAIL SLANGERUP Girl Closs Clown ROSIE BAKER Girl Most Likely To Succeed-LYNNE NEWMAN Besl Looking Boy--DENNIS TYMN Boy Class Clown-PHIL KOKKONEN All Around Boy-RALPH MEUTER Best Actor!-VIC MORELU Best Afhlefe CHARLES HARLESS All Around Girl-VALERIE LOCKHART Best Adress--VALERIE LOCKHART ,I A DAY I UF A 815 A M Leaders of the Sensor class work on up COI'11IY1g events D1 11111 111111111 ll N 859 AM Now lets see Q- ldx ot 1 t Q11 Nl ll chool IN hu 111111d sllps 111111 to tl111s1 p11 IN 1111 II 11111r11sth1l1111d1 up I11 I1 t11 ll 1l1Ni 11 1 11 S1 mor phuus 1111111 111 1111 11111111 C 11 ngx IX 111111111 1 11 f11u11 hung N 11111 11111 X111 511111 ff 111111 11111111 cl 11 lt 11 111 vu 1 unk that 111s 111 Cl N 1 S1 Il Jro 111118 or 11x11s itlldtllt 111ll 11111111 'X 1 mba rv s t'11111d JO 11111111t1 l11t1111 1 111 '1 f111 otth1 I1 lppl mugs th 11 5111111 111l Ft 1111 Illbt r '1b1111ttl111ri1111lx1 1r Ill hl h s1h1111l 2nd Perlod Sensors at work revlewmg the fundomentols 5th Peruod Senlor Physlcs students glvung morol support to Col Long of math durlng experlment ,ff .1 "X L .Q E , :R L ' Og' ' 7 I L t ,QA I I - , - ll, Q " 1 ,' K' ' bv . . . 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FJ sg. hh -f f. if Fall President Sprung Presldenf Joan LeMoine Malvm Scott BIG THINGS COME I SM II PACKAQ FS Fall Vice President Mary Dulle Fall Secretory Helen Shaw Fall Treasurer Gail Corpeneio Prom thx tlllll thu 111t111d 131111111 High t11 chss of 111u'1rw 1960 h IS fought the x tI1 ll I 1 nwrx r111d M1111 chu Nlllllllllvs 111 11u111h11 from 1tS f1tsh1111r1 xc '11' it has ilu ns oht 1111td IOIIQ 111 Qtudtnt hodx card srlu 1 1rIx 111 th1 1 IIIIIJIIQII Itx sophoxnort ttr111 xx is hlqhliqhtm d hx P0111 IJOIII s 1Iu and the Soph Hop On tht Run Itx 1111101 rom Lair' dt' '1 2 x. 'es 1- '-n 1-r c .- I unior yvzir. 'I'hm' prom was co-spo11sorn'd with thm Class of u unc I959. As low Scniors. thc- rlwss Dur- chascd rings 'md pre senttd its Svnior play 1-ntitlvd 'I'h1' Fiffhtinff Little s. Its 11u111h ' hi: l.'lllt'I1 fro 60 as incoming frtshmcn to 33 'xt tht' co111'l11sio11 of its low Scnior tlflll. Its rvvord. hown'v1'r. h'1s bm-11 rising Consistcntlv to Qrivc' this class thx- finc- rc,p11t'1- tion it holds within tht svhonl. .f" Spring Vice President James Carter Spring Secretary Joan LeMoine Spring Treasurer Gary Schmidt Bell, Anna --Music. l. Mixed Chorus Bisi, Shirley--Crafts. Bratrude, Pat-Commercial. l. 3A Vice Pres. 2. Stu. Council 3. Safety Council Pres. 4. Jr. Prom Comm. 5, Soph. Hop Comm. Hargle, Elizabeth-Foreign Languages. l. Soph. Hop Bid Chairman 2. Scholastic Art Award 3. Jr. Prom Bids Chairman 4. Sigma Epsilon Jaramillo, Pat-Commercial. I. Jr. Red Cross Treas. 2. Sigma Epsilon 3. G.A.A. 4. Science Club 5. C.S.F. Larson, Charles-Industrial Arts. Brown, Carl-Music. l. .l.V. Football 2. B Track 3. .l.V. Basicetball Carter, James-Mechanical Drawing. l. Sigma Epsilon 2. Var. Track 3. Var. Football 4. 2B Pres. 5. Var. Basketball 6. J.V. Basketball Dasanbiagio, Carmen-Music Dulle, Mary-Music. 'l. C.S.F. 2. Sigma Epsilon Life Member 3. G.A.A. 4. Bd. of Control 5. 3B Vice Pres. 6. Stu. Council Ely, Irving-Industrial Arts. Genereux, Roger-Drama. if Moore, Wesley-Industrial Arts. l. Var. Football 2. Var. Baseball 3. J.V. Football 4. J.V. Baseball 5. Boys Glee Norberg, Tom-Industrial Arts. l. A.S.E.- H.S. Ass't Cheerleader Overholser, Dorothy-Industrial Arts. l. Jr. Red Cross Paterson, Joey-Music. l. Choir 2. Boys Glee Robinson, Daphne-Science. 1. IB Pres. 2. 2A Vice Pres. 3. Pom-pom Girl 4. G.A.A. Sec't of Awards 5. Stu. Council 6. C.S.F. Schinouer, Bob-Industrial Arts. 'l. Var. Track 2. J.V. Football LeMoine, Joan - Commercial, l. C.S.F. 2. lB Vice Pres. 3. 3B Pres. 4. G.A.A. 5. Pom-pom Girl 6. A.S.E.l'l.S. Ass't Cheer- leader i Maholland, Yvonne- Crafts. Mathews, Jane-Music. l. Cheerleaders Club 2. Jr. Red Crozs 3. Stu. Council 4. Choir 5. Girls Glee 6. Echo Staff Schmidt, Gary-lnclustrial Arts. 'l. Bd. of Control Scott, Malvin-Music. 1. 3A Pres. 2. Choir 3. Frosh-Soph. Basketball 4. J.V. Basket- ball 5. Var. Basketball 6. Sigma Epsilon Shaw, Helen-Science. l. Sigma Epsilon 2. G.A.A. 3. 38 Informal Dance Comm. 4. 3A Treos. 5. 38 Sec. 6. Stu. Council I A Snyder, Karen-Home Economics. 1. Sig- ma Epsilon 2. Head Pom-pom Girl 3. A.S.E.H.S. Cheerleader 4. Cheerleaders Club 5. Girls Stale 6. C.S,F. Valley, Jeanine-Science. I. Sigma Epsilon 2. G.A.A. Songleader 3. Stu. Council 4. Bd. of Control Watson, Gloria - Music. l. Girls Glee 2. Siu. Council 5, While, Jaclv- Mechanical Drawing. Williams, Delores-Home Economics. 'l. 38 Dance Comm. 2. Jr. Red Cross 3. Soph. Hop Decorations Comm. Williams, Mary-Music. 'l, Mixed Chorus 2. Choir Williamson, Dan-Malhematics. I. 38 Dance Co-chairman 2. Var, Track Mgr. 35 Mr. Little . Mrs. Little Goody . Hom Ellers . Filmer . . Olito . . Norman Peel Dicky Hcurpeddle Alcxmtino . Antonette Cuckoo , Screwball . . Mrs. Horpedclle Miss Pelogo Roger Geneleux Daphne Robinson . Karen Snyder . Don Scott . Hcnrly Kelly . Helen Show Frcxnlc Ashworth . Tom Norberg , Pat Bratrude Midge Dungczn Elizubetlv Pedro . P01 Jorumillo Dorothy Ryneorson Bernice EC1SllTlCll't 111 Ill 1H es l resentcc lfx l ow Senior Class 1 ll 114111 11111 1960. 1111s 1111111-11 In 1 1111 s N Nlllf 1ll his cl:111gl1t1-ii l'1i1-ncls ul xo cnc 11111 11s Xflllllll l1or1dl11111 nl Illt' lnl. -. ll111111fl1 Illllt ll ls tl11 111114 lx lt Illllt It d I lttls s sq111l1l1l4 tl11 ir way tl11s011gl1 fllll-l'l'l'lll'l'N x 111 ll11- vncl I"'Nllll 1 g tl14' A 1 1o111111cl lllr lnllmx111f is lt 1cls for tht- play: RUQl'l' C91-111 x 1 111 1111x1111 1 mu KLll't'll SI1f'llt'l'Q :incl lin Il vtt H1111 s 1 X 1llu xx ls sn 111 11 Cl to ln slllCl4 111 Cli1'1'c'tr11' :md lm' tl11' first 11 N s 01111 C ul H 1lllo1'd. l,lllfli'I1l't' '111d1-llorl 1 ul tl11 1'::st.1'1'1-w .111cl l'lllllllllll1'1'5 Corl Hollford set designer, confers with Jeanine Valley, student director about the set for 'he Senior ploy, 'The ob boo dab blob l'1oocl1um' Fighting Littlesf 5 Y' Senioi Superlatives Boy Most Likely To Succeed-MALVIN SCOTT Girl Mcst Likely To Succeed-KAREN SNYDER All Around Boy--GARY SCHMIDT All Around Girl-KAREN SNYDER if , X1 ' is of LV" Z , 7 , A . J 99 SGIHOFS Orlilllg Cyn Tllell' lk lflv Best Looking Girl- JOAN LEMOINE Girl Closs Clown-GLORIA WATSON Best Looking Boy -JACK WHITE Boy Class Clown-TOM NORBERG Best Actor-ROGER GENEREUX Best Athlete- JAMES CARTER Best Actress---DAPHNE ROBINSON If In the past we have had I1 light whirh fliflrered. in the firesent we have a light which flames, and in the future there will be ll light whieh shines over all the land and seaf' Sir Winston Spencer Churchill LGWER CLASSES Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow . . . today is full ol tomorrows. This is especially true for the lower classmeng todays dreams are fulfilled with tomorrows works. By planning for the future, these students may continually look ahead to the expansion of horizons. 1- Z' President Cheerleader President Barbara Smith Dennis Luscher Bonnie Padgel r 1, Q. V . .. I :Q Z, i I is I xi .. "4 S.. v. , -, A vi - i is V, Q s' . sg'Tf'Kx fLf-in Iiifiiklf ' . . I . A c Secretary Treasurer Vice-President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Judy Bishop Clarence Conley Delores Evans Clarence Conley Dennis Chavez Jerry Firpo In Night To Rememher lligliliglits .luniorsi Year Couple-s clgiiiwcl in za llowi-ry ziiiiiuspliiwi'ul'spi'iiiQ'1it thi' lliiiiimi I'mm. ".-X Niglii Us Ri-rm-iiihi'r." .'XcIm'iii'cl with riisvs. ll lliiwing limmlgiiri si-i'x'i'cI .is iw-rite-1'pii-u-. Iligh fidelity iiiusii' was providi-cl for thi- claiiiurs. who i-nti-i'i'cI thc- disguisi-cl gyiiingisium through :in airvh of hlcwmiis. Choosing IIIPII' junior swi':ili'rs wus ll long Liwgiitvci c'X'i'lil lim' thi- i'l:1ss0li.ll'U" lflfill. White swi-Liters with hlzuik triniming w'i'i'i- 4-limi-ii hy thi- girls. whili- thi- hiws si-lvcti-cl hlgivk sw'i'zm'i's with whiti'Cli't1iil. FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Reaves, G. Alex, J. Dempsey, C. Bossi, M. Green, E. AcMoody. SECOND ROW: J. Fisher, J. Bonawitz, F. Lopez, D. Keleher, G. DashIe'I. THRU ROW1 Miss M. Hey, L. Buckner, F. Ritch, C. Lewis, W. Brea:- ley, L. McWilliams. FOURTH ROW: E. Jones, C. Rutley, C. Parker, J. Bush, S. Smith. FIFTH ROW: H. M:Ccmb', R. Gladwell, T. Cooke, T. Gustin, D. Chavez. v,,.,-or uf" FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Mena, Y. Marshall, J. Bishop, J. Carino, G. Collis. SECOND ROW: Miss J. Johnson, S. Brandom, M. McCullough, P. Dearth, B. Smith, R. Love, THIRD ROW: J. Walters, R. Watkins, G. Mowbray, M. Evans, E. Littleiohn. FOURTH ROW:R.Vc1chter, R. Cassel, J. Ffrpo, C. Conley, J. Shaw. lndustrious iuniors use imagination in decorating for spring prom. FIRST ROW, left to rigI'1I2I..Grer1sIi1Y, M. Jorgensen, D. Sneed, G. Watson. SECOND ROW: C. Blackwell, G. Hicks, D, Wil liams, D. Coleman. THIRD ROW: Mr. J. Matula, G. Wade, C. Wood, D. Luscher, B. Costello. FOURTH ROW: M. Rom sey, B. Newman, D. Neil, G. Sanders. FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Coleman, I. Lewis, M. Howland D. Miranda. SECOND ROW: S. Purcell, M. Wilcox, C. King C. Roberts, R. Sclwtty. THIRD ROW: Mrs. R. Puente C. Graef, K. Lotstrand, E. Poche, R. Gill. FOURTH ROW D. Cruz, D. Evans, T. Spadoni, P. Rhem, M. Mattingly FIFTH ROW: R. Ceccliettini, M. Casey, D. Sneary, B. Bazber B. Mann. ...L- 14- FIRST ROW left to right M Hoyt B Padgett R Quail G Rlkard G Barnes SECOND ROW D Silva J Ronald C Ziellnska J Warren C Palazot THIRD ROW Dr J ne C Hathaway K Stevens K Bu r Z Pittman FOURTH ROW R Craddlck J Ashley J Lewis L Relnstra T White FIFTH ROW B Mason L Woods G Werner G Cunningham R Burns FIRST ROW left to right J Homer S Deltz H Sm h SECOND ROW Mrs P Snyder H Gartln P Plummer A Koehler THIRD ROW J Hightower C DeGuerre M Brown S Nelson FOURTH ROW F Shephard C Breese C Pena F Kroger J Heibel FIFTH ROW H Craw ford J Durgess G Speer J Wright W Howe lnterclass rivalry is annual affair between Miss Hey s and Miss Johnson s advisories. sun.,- Iraq. LQ 'YQ " E' efyn '-v Presideni 'M ME I John Piziali President Cheerleader Celesfe Alexander Rogie Harper x J' I ' A , f . 1 i E It aa O- , 4 -U ' lo- 1 l .A . L X 1.4 Secretary Treasurer Vice-Presideni Vice'Presidenf Treasurer Secretary Rufh Dodt Jewell Lewis Nancy Pryor Lois Beard Joan Poykko Ruth Dod1 HIPIEIFYCSL lvloonn Uutsliines All CJLIICI' Sopli llops nII1lliX'4'sl Xlnmif' tllc Sopll Hop sponsrwvcl hy thi- c-hiss nl' I'it'lJI'l1liI'X lfllill. was Ilir inusl NLl1'lil'N5IilIl clsmcw' ol' its type in Iinc'innl's sixyr'z1rl1islm'y. 'lin' li1'L!ll1I'iI1Q' ull slurir na 1g1lv'nl clinging IIIIQTIIITSSTOII girmlsm-d IIlLl'l'l'SL gnnom' Ihv 1-ntirn' stud:-nt lmdy. n-sulling in :nn ULIINILIIILIIIIQ iurnoul. FIRST ROW, Iefi Io right J. Padilla, I. Peters, V. Estropia M. Kennedy. SECOND ROW: E. Baker, L. Wright, R. Harper, J. Harper, D. Tofanelli. THIRD ROW: Mr. J, Marberry N. Pryor, D. Bess, L. Beard, L. Pandolfo. FOURTH ROW J. Piziali, C. Alexander, P. Stefani, M. O'Connell, W. Mosley FIFTH ROW: R. Cruz, R. Perafa, D. Oakes, R. Fields D. Taylor. FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Bailey, D. Pedersen, M. Jenkins. SECOND ROW: P. Williams, J. Maihison, B. Mundi, J. Poykko, K. Fonda. THIRD ROW: Mrs. H. Mark, J. Lewis, P. Andrews, D. Peterson, N. Lee. FOURTH ROW: R. Dodt, W. Westernoff, R. Siller, M. Profumo, G. Underhill. FIFTH ROW: W. McElIey, G. Tamborini, R. Ghera, D. Mo.esi, M. Mariani. IGI nn 0 Cheerleader President Q ,Y Antonette Perota Denny Kolevn 'J x 'E' " fa . 5 ' 1 PD- 1 x Secretary Treasurer Vice-President Fredo Crisler Doug Guerrero Betty Lomb kt D' v ,I President Cheerleader Doug Guerrero Mary Chandler , wr 5 8 Q 5, IC K fx , JA. , 'fix .rcs - if E - .4 .4 A. Vice4President Treasurer Secretary Chuck Meredith Nova Rfkard Poulette Mason Date Witli XXII Angelu Is Soph Theme "Il'1tr- lYill1 'in :Xx1U'm'I" I1i1'lili"'lm'cl thi- sprinsz' la-rin lim' ilu' nlxxss ol' Ium' lfltil. . I . 5 5 , CR uplc-s ll'1I1t'l'tI in '1 I1t"1Vt'IlIY 'iliiiusplii-iv llI1CI0I'U'UlCI 'ilI'1'2lIllt'l'5 :incl stars. I,m'zm'cl Ill 4 T , 4 . I 4 . rw llu' rr-Iitvi' of this UYH1. two :iugvliv mrvclvls wvrn' rgiisvcl cm xi prcir-mil lu vivxx nh-- IlllllIk'I'UlIS fI.IIlK'K'l'S. LJIIIVI' r11om'y-iuisirlg :ictivitics wait' spormsnxvcl In :his class. .Xinring llivsv x-.vrr sc-vm-rzil sales invlucling tht- trzzclilionzil sailm- ol' pvnlinnls. FIRST ROW, left to right: F. Crisler, B. Crow. SECOND ROW: Mr. E. Ellis, L. Martinez, L. Coughlin, R. Pittmcm. THIRD ROW: J. Bunker, T. Babbitt, M. Flowers, T. Volking. FOURTH ROW: P. DeRozzo, J. Stulgis, L. Nelson, R. Thomas. FIRST ROW, Iefi to right: S. Deoring, M. Dumloo, L. John- son, G. Pomanian, SECOND ROW: Mr. E. Boughton, E. Wills, J. Warren, M. Johnson, L. Watts. THIRD ROW: J. Stake, J. Freel, J, Johnson, D. Nunamalrer. FOURTH ROW: B. Kempster, J. Cottingham, R. Lougy, O. Johnson, S. Poythress. FIFTH ROW: R, Oglesby, D. Kalevo, J. Ana- vich, H. Pendergrass, G. Bortling. I FIRST ROW left to right D Stevens R Pagan S Foster N Ziegler SECOND ROW D Buros N Rlkard B Pearce J Anderson THIRD ROW Mlss D Dalcln B Bell E John son E Johnson FOURTH ROW W Kidd B Lamb L Card well H Kelly FIFTH ROW L Lewls R Bngelow M Craig R Hlnsmger S Rotchsteln FIRST ROW left to right M Warren A Montoya A Kner nan C Clarke P Wortman W Stormoen SECOND ROW Mrs L Davenport P Mason J Weltzenfeld C Freeman L Smith THIRD ROW V Harrus D Schroeder T Johnson R Bagby G Lucas FOURTH ROW C Baca J Hudson G Carlos F Lawson F Ashworth FIFTH ROW D Solxs O Nantz H Maclas R Totten J Berry FIRST ROW left to right: S. Swanson J. Jones, M. Torres R. Pinlcstaff. SECOND ROW: C. Meredith G. Wright H. Evans D. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Mr. W. Croll L. Swager E. Craft, R. Cavallo, P. Ford. FOURTH ROW: G. Peacock L. Graef J. Gallegos, B. Weise S. Sharp. FIFTH ROW: C. Kasdorf S. Hunter S. Watson, G. Jensen M. White. SIXTH ROW: J. Simpson S. Schreck D. DeGuerre C. Lee C. Reed. -4414... 11 NN is O Q iff. L f . 1 V 9 mi 4- :Q lun, President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Cheerleader Judith Pierce Richard Wise Carol Brown Della Walton Jack Eastman Presldent Vlce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Cheerleader V1ck1 A brecht Carol Brown Della Walton Richard Wlse Ruta Wong R61 IVC Noon Dani Cs lv 1 11 H1 I 1 Il Nll L1 X1 101111 d ' llll III lllt ll lT1'lNUI1 1111 11 1 u11111 1 111 1s11111 1110 11111 ll tous llllllt 11118 l'1 1 1 151 11111 11111 Il It 1xp1111t111 ,az :ZS P5 .ISV i W: ff' X ...-- C3 11 From freshman to senlor from learnmg to know1ng'9 , a S " ' f ll111'i11,,' l71'1'Il dis1'1111ti11111-Cl lllll' 11 1'l'2ll'. 11111111 Clll!l1'l's -.1'1-1'1- 1'1-1'i1'1'd s111'1'1'ssl11ll1 1' 1l1 1'la1. ul FI'l1I'lllll'1' lfltil. L'11d1'1' 1l11' d11'1-1111111 ol' 1l11-i1' SIJOIISUIK. xlll f' 'mg' R1-1-1'1-s. his 1-lass ol' 1111l1' ll111'l1'-six st11d1'111s plz111n1'Cl 91.111 ll1'lCl two su1'l1 11111111-s. ltint' lll 41 Tl. . gl' ' ,'. ,L1 . .- 4l'l11S l' zl111id- 'l'IIl Q11 d . ' Q '11 ' la' , 1' ' 'L 'd 'J l' '1 1' -1 ill 111"1111l lI'gl ."l l " l g'-1 "1 ' IIS. ' -l Xl f-'Y ' 1 1 ' ' f 4 1 f 1 4,-, me -- l --v - FT? ' Q U WMM' A ' l G 1 ' 1 ll ' li!-fi Q ' 1 , 1 . , I X ' 1 I X.. 3 . l li 1 N N ,, - Y -. - 1 'te' l fm , Q T21 ,. - FTQTQ 1 1 ----- ' ---4 X 1' vis v ' 1 'J 11+Qt ??,.',. E -M -Y .E K, f"1.H. 11 - 1 Us 1 1 1-' l - . - 313 4 1 V , 1 . . 1 .11 FIRST ROW, left lo rigl1I: M. Jaramillo, G. Bralrude. SEC- OND ROW: R. Wise, M. Lowery, P. Wilson. THIRD ROW: Mr. G. Reeves, J. Pierce, G. Williams. FOURTH RO: M. Dillard, M. Dooley, V. Albrecht FIFTH ROW: A. Mitchell, J. Nelson, J. Vallegra, R. Basnett. FIRST ROW, lefi to righl: R. Dreyer, P. Allerson, J. Harvey. SECOND ROW: J. Sllvo, J. Eastman. THIRD ROW: Mrs. M. Nicosia J. Ser as L. Brown, C. Rose. FOURTH ROW: C 1 P 1 - Brown, H. Griffith, S. Korber. FIFTH ROW: A. Silva, H. Davis, J. Baker, C. James. FIRST ROW, left to righi: F. Torres, D. Walton, A. Fitzgerald R. Wong. SECOND ROW: J. Ross, J. Lee, A. Ghigliazza THIRD ROW: Mr. G. Read, E. Mello, R. Genereux, D. Powers FOURTH ROW: P. Null, N. Angelo, R. Wiftusen. FIFTH ROW G. Hensley, R. Vallindigham, S. Oieda, R. Mariani. 'U l I i . "' 6' AF "' ' 2- U' I K5- ' .-P' Y-5' A i.. - A SI ni A.-iv, - ' Cheerleader K . I Judy Ann Wade '1,,.5i'i' President Vice-President Bill Stull Judy Jessen President Vice-President Carl Fonoimoana Cheryl Gray Q S Q- 'Z' A .5 If .W V, -- 9 if Secretory Treasurer Gail Delmore Lillian Anovich Secretary Treasurer Philip Foster Sharon Goodsell L RC-EST Cl-A.'S INITIA Tiff FRESIAIMAN Cfllfi iClL ST2ll'IIIlQlI1lllQllSi'll0UlXYZIS2iIl2lCJX't'IlIllI'l' liortllr' tm-ii lirvslmizm :idvism'im's. 'l'hi- lmui-sl frvshnimi rlziss vvcl' vnrollvd :it Em-iniil High Srhool fvlt it ru-m'vss:11'y. lit'c'ausm- ol' tht-ir . . , , . SIZV. to iorm ll I'l'l'SllIll2iI1 C.oum'1lroxilprmxlril 41 I'l'IJIil'Nl'XlIlII1YQ' from 4-:ich :idx ISUIW' lor the Iiurposr- ol' zirranging :md voordinziting thvir :ictivitic-s. FIRST ROW: J. Jessen, V. Fisher, R. Ogo, A. Ziegler, P. Show. SECOND ROW: D. Olson, P. Maggio, J. Christy, W. Vachter, A. Richardson. THIRD ROW: Miss D. Scherman, C. Avelino, A. Traxler, H. Dunkel, M. Cherry, R. Williams. FOURTH ROW: J. Tocchini, R. Moughler, W. Raymond, R. Spragon, S. Cox. FIFTH ROW: E. Hendricks, S. Costa, W. Underwood, R. Redd, J. Keith. FIRST ROW: J. Diamond, D. Truiillo, S. Lenheim. SECOND ROW: M, Vollcing, D. Lenart, B. Bertok, E. Roberts, V. Jones. THIRD ROW: Mr. E. D'Amante, B. Wiltz, B. Willis, N. Hamon, G. Barker. FOURTH ROW: A. Aguilar, L. Pittman, G. Win- ton, B. Williams, L. Green. FIFTH ROW: K. Clcussen, J. Orr, T. Scott, L. Freeman, Y. Qualtiere. ..,..i.- A --A 3... -,, . as-:"" FIRST ROW: J. Wimberley, J. Sessoms, V. Drake, J. Griffith SECOND ROW: F. Mixon, Y. Lago, M. Clark. THIRD ROW Miss M. Holland, C. Sebrian, A. Boalwright, C. Bradford J. Wood. FOURTH ROW: M. Poykko, L. Anovich, P. Mills, R. Lyons, M. Dungan. FIFTH ROW: M. Weppel, H. Jacks, L. Storey, J. Webb, D. Pryor. .-.S----... .. Q x Q l FIRST ROW: C. Jensen, M. McMurray, E. Ronald, B. Phelps, C. Yosak. SECOND ROW: D. Williams, B. Chaney, E. Reed, P. Summers, J. Conover. THIRD ROW: J. Blair, M. Crosby, T. Dominguez, R. Garnett, M. Morrison. FOURTH ROW: L. Fontana, C. Lockhart, D. Cook, J. Santleman, E. Rath. FIFTH ROW: J. Scott, T. Chedwick, J. Alexander, F. Moore, J. Kent. TEN ADVIQURIB' LOOK FURW RD TC FIRST ROW: A. Mellin, L. Littleiohn, G. Bronken, D. Francois SECOND ROW: A. Shields, A. Wise, M. Dow, S. Coleman, Cadwell, D. Chestang L. Burnett. THIRD ROW: Mr. J. R. Bond, C. Hoag, J. Staafs. FOURTH ROW: M. Davis M. Collins, K. Grimes, D. Morrisey, D. Peters. FIFTH ROW G. Weitzenfeld, M. Harkness, V. McCombs, R. Jones, J. Smith This FIRST ROW: J. Sailiaz, H. Smith, J. Wainwright, S. Goodsell. SECOND ROW: S. Anderson, D. Welch, T. Villa, G. Crunk, P. Fogarty. THIRD ROW: Mr. K. Brown, P. Foster, C. Kam- merling, T. Lamb, J. Leach. FOURTH ROW: P. Smith, K. Mix, L. Miller, M. Morgan. FIFTH ROW: R. Goodfellow, D. Leslie, P. Morgan, D. Laine, B. Russel. ,L-..-.---. D FIRST ROW: B. Berendes, V. Boyless, L. Bailey, V, Tippett. SECOND ROW: Mr. R. Bartley, G. Moys, C. Down, T. Mor gan, B. McClaury. THIRD ROW: S. Speckman, J. Smith S. Williams, E. Simpson. FOURTH ROW: G. Trujillo, S. Reed, L. Miller, J. Gregory, A. Bell. FIFTH ROW: S. Malone, J. Counts, P. Dixon, R. Shipley, J. Rhodes. -.-L,-.. FIRST ROW: G. Shaffer, J. Davison, S. White. SECOND ROW: D. Ragsdole, J. Wilhelm, C, Dempsey, B. Johnston, J. Wessling. THIRD ROW: Mr. J. Bay, K. Henderson, C. Da- vis, D. Davis, J. Wade. FOURTH ROW: M. Boody, R. Hart- man, J. Phillips, J. Isaacs, M. Venell. FIFTH ROW: J. Bagg, D. Reynolds, R. Warren, K. Blackford, R. Lowrance. ACTIVE HIGH SCHOOL CAREER FIRST ROW: P. Towle, J. Contreras, H. Montoya, A. Lobato SECOND ROW: Mr. E. Winberg, C. Wells, R. Otteson C. Tagaski, Y. Driver. THIRD ROW: L. Walters, S. White, S. Caviglia, S. McManus, FOURTH ROW: P. Hennessey C. Ragagnin, C. Fonoimoana, K. Richardson. FIFTH ROW K. Christy, D. Long, D. Young, G. Yee, D. Gallagher. Bla FIRST ROW: G. Gant, A. Clark, G. Tippett, N. Word, B. Hul- lett. SECOND ROW: Mr. C. Kline, A. Bisi, L. Winkler, J. Gibbons, C. Antonali. THIRD ROW: G. Delmore, O. Zeig- ler, V. Merricks, J. Carboline. FOURTH ROW: A. Waugh, A. Baker, B.S1ull, G. Waters, W, Null. FIFTH ROW: L. Ca- bral, W. Davis, C. West, W. Green, R. Holbert, l--,f 1 4-5--,-v urn, " . . a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight." e f-Rossiter W. Raymond CAMPUS LIFE We alone can determine the extent of our horizon. As individ- uals we must be capable of accepting or rejecting the factors which will affect our destinies. Each day, we encounter oppor- tunities in exuberant numbers. The selection-which we alone can determine, using our abilities and interests as a criterion-M should include such opportunities that we may ampilfy the scope of our minds and expand our horizon. "fx sl' f'1.,71-':. 4 4 1 QTUDH T I.lI'Ii T I HS .-X1 li111'i11z1l High. NlllCil'IlIS urn' 11lI'111'd1'd 1111- 1wppu1'l11111ly to illllllilif' tl11'11' hc11'm111 111 IlllIIll'l'0llS wziys. .'xl'lldK'lIlii' :md sm-i111 i-lllll'fi0IlS providv II YklI'iI'ly of :1c'1ix'it11 N im 1111 stiidvuts. c1t'l'I1liIl Lll'llCiK'lIlil' I'l'illliI'l'lIlt'llIS gm' 1n'c1x'1Cl1-d im'sl11d1'11ts: wt. 1111-x' l111x1' 1111- UPIJUI tunity to se-lm-rt 1-l1'1'lix'1' c'm11'svs. 'I'l11' K'UllI'SlxS 11ll1w11'd tl11'111 1'ox'1'1' 1111- X'2lI'iUllS Cil'Q'I'l'l'S of skill posse-ssvd hy 1-11111 studm-111. In o1'dv1' to l'0Illpi1'll' stucivnt lilk-. ci1111c'vs, sports. amd szilm-s h1'i11g'11ho111 ll 1111111111-11-lx difiil'I'l'IlI :1t111osph1'1'r, TI11- vyvlc 0iASlllil1'lll lifn' 111 Ill I.S. is 21 1'r1111i111111l :md p1'0g1'1-ssix' wlu-1-l 1-11z1bli11g' 1-:wh studvnt to 1-xpniid his h0l'iZ0llS 11c'z1d1'111i1'z1l1y and srwiullx' C Vlfllf WIDIQ RA Ulf Students enjoyed the "Harvest Moon." V 1 'Q ww. ..f.,.,--..-..-,4-,Q-Q .,,,....... ....--- - Kwai 4-:QM5 V 'X if . 'A f9f?f 'M wif, , 4 ' tl 1. t T 4 M l hcute to tell you this sonny, but . . . 5 4-. I told you to put the nose on straight! .3 . 'J-gr But thc1f's what is said in the book. Mr. Urton, he's not breathing! Sniff. 'I auf ,NNQ 4 A A . 4 fx Q. its- - , 'l 1 I .. ' f fir' . K 'gps , ,J 1 ? ----,-s- 1 4 Q :Y ' 'J I f'4:'5w. " " " b wid:-11 Ihr-ix' wuwpv nn thx- world Teo, anyone? 'IR 33, f. ,jf- rf i .,- Physrcs siudenfs conduchng IITIPOYYCIFIY experxment X -' 'ff ...,,.--.,4- THE TYPES C Ellvillgll p1'm'icle's vlgxssvs that 11141-1 thx- illtvn-sts of ull hm' sludvnts. 'l'hm' lll'2ldl'Il1il' cmlrsvs :xt l'1.H.S. consist ni' n1z1thm11gxli4's. Sl'it'IlK'l'S. history. t-0I'Q'igIl to lzxllgxxgxqw and English, 'lhm-sr suhjcfts 2lH.0I'd to lhusr- Sll1dl'IllN mth NIVUIIQVI' lllll'lll'CIS Ll fhllllfl' J .M 'NM E ff , JF C ls that the wcy you do iv? ,ASS S VARY For thosn' studvnls wlmgm- iiio1'z'skillvd iumanuzil zirts and Iinv1ir'tsz11'vshop,u1't.liwc'haiiir. :md homv- making vlassm-s. Stud:-nts arm' thc-rchy givm-n an op- portunity to vxprrss th0li1sm'lvn'S. c'0nsid4'rir1g thvir dvsin-s and vzlpzihilitivs. f V I When do we siart cooking? "gg g 1-rm This is how our government is run? Mon, ihis is work! 1 avg, , l.e9's go! l'm ready. fig I wasn't cutfin' in. Honest I wasn't. 1-i"'94:"""f'! machine!!! .- YF' - " ,, 'NF'4Af, qv' 5, - .J '.!P'i',. .1'5,f.:'. KL' .1 11'-Z."v ' I-57 L? Hz. .04 .- 4 -ew L 1- 'gs' u-2 .via if rv. . L W- -4 fx fag A - .5'Yi!: mu ::" ' - f is 3 ' 'vin J 'L . 1 ,F .. A . 17" L .. ' ' J 1 " " v- V ' 3 'Q - ' 4 -fx - -. u . Q: ,N N-wg - , w. gf- - 'l fl YE " xxx, 1 3.4.4 -Q-. vf Y . . 'u I gp. . ' .gf MJ'.,.......- . , . M A , ,,.'v-H" -' . . ,. .Amen Q S mm gi? W QF. QW . 'i EACH D Y PROVIDES Nlllllf' l'OIIlpOIll'IllS of lill- at Enriuul High tr-nd to l3I't'11k thx' IIIOIIOIOIIY of continuous study. Lunch hour is mu- of thx- most favored pc-riocls of thx- day. Thu fzlvlllty. us is svvn in thx' picum' zihovv. Sl'l'lll to also vnjoy 21 pvriod of rvst :md rm-lnxzltiml. FY v f af -Q.. '. '16 Z",,f-r -rm lt ,433 L. .df EW E PERIENCE Along with this am' tht- llllllly 1-xpvric-ilu-Q uhivh ovctit' in tht' Cll'lYl'I' training var. in Mx' mttm'i"s nclvismy. and in thi' lihmry. Many Nurli iilstzitmcm-s vutiiplvlc- thx- daily lift- lm' Nluclrnts :it Ellflllill lligh. i Th: faculty enioys lunch in a dining room apart from the cafeteria. ,....-an ag. 1 Mashed potatoes, pineapple tidbits, and a submarine. So that's what they do in the library! vo :Hwy 4 1 'I 0 A nr Harless makes a fine catch at a football game away from our home field. -'G -qw, A ,QQ ae, '- E-N-C-I-L-N Correll trying to make a score. 'PC JRTS AN SSE BLIE Vi'ill1lldt'l'iIlQ with t'lit'u'i's. tht' stuclviits sup- port thvir tt-:tm nt tht' gzuiics and ut tht' rall- lit-si thvir spirit illuminzttt-s tht' Pl'I'ii0l'lllilIlCQ' ot tht- tvzlllt zmd tht- rtipzthility ul tht' t'l1t-m-r- ltutcit-rs. Give me the beat, I said the beat, Don't need no words, Don't need no fune. . . Q x P? 5 5 if +ve' My candidate and I hope yours. . Karen Snyder provides enferfoinmeni or The Freshman Girls' Reception. 4.1 Dont lust stand there GO"' o 7 -- 4' I an in A - The best scholars, athletes, artists, leaders, and students in general con be found among the student body of E.H.S. The latest rumors are os follows A 4 Squeak, squeak, chu cha chu? 1 A Togetlwerness Exempliliecl ln Student Qrganizations lhv Studvnts at Ii.H.S. work togm-ilu-1' in Ul'QZll1lZl'Cl guwivitivs in 0I'Cl1'l' lo mtisfy tl'l4'll' goals. Along with thc sponsors tllvy form 21 tight Slwin of K'00IJl'l'2lllOIl and dm'- tvrxnination. To do lhv bm-st in thx- hm-st way possihlv has he-vu a goal rm-aclmvd by HHS. Stuclvnt Clubs :md o1'gm1izatiuns. 63 -41-11" 4 1' A u ,, Buf nurse, I have had my fonsils out. TR DITIO PL YS! PORTAN' 'l'hm- nurse. thc Hozlrd OikC10IltI'Ol. thc' fourt- ylll'dS. thm' Counsvlors. thx' PZIITIII-'l1l'2ll'hl'I' As- sociation. :md 1-Ach studvut am' important romponcnts of studvnt liik-. Each docs 21 joh for thx' hvttcrmvnl of tha- school :md Ihr' vdu- Czxticm and Cf1j0yIIll'Dl of thx- studvnts. 'Q .uni 1 f +1 .1 Q fifty 4-VV' 2452! 0 av wt :Us . ,of Q gag How abou? sux of Yhese four with the green frosting and two lllllINll ,r- Dale Debold Liberal Arts ex Us Lynne Newman Valerie Lockhart Sclence and Mathematncs Vocotuonal Arts BANK OF AMl:RICA AWARD vlV!NNERS Dale Debold strlkes up hrs prize wlnnlng form the same one he used to wm Grst place tn the American Legion speech contest Judy Eluason voted by her sensor women class mates as the gurl wnth the best cltlzenshnp won the Daughters of the American Revolutuon good cutlzenshlp award 66 FNC NA QTUDFNTS ACHIIH F THHR GOALS IIIILIUUN ts s U s w stl llc wx lost x 10 Lntm r lf' 1 nmol LN IU Xl Nl I UL S Ulf 4 1 mcmn hx tlu Ju um s wt N .4 H4 K A , , .4 .4 f A X1 " 5 formtvs 3 px'm'.'v11t c'hz1llv115m'.' to tht- IIHINL' 1-ligihlv studvnts :lt E.H.S, CLOLIIYIQV is Clvm- an: 'Q 'CI ln' tl 5 ' V1 ' ' . illlllfll 51 ull Cz " 2 Ilt"'l'LLlt'll'SS. thvi' c'hnll'n, urs' mvl 1 I 1'mxl11v'm'cl as sl ' l' 'I " '-son tllmrs' pa 4 4 in -sk" 1 lg' 5'- ff 'wr Xe' Wy! 4?- Harless Pmlon and Bracklns were voted by Bay Area sports editors unto the ACAI. team for their ablllty In football Judy Bishop Mary Appleyard Mary Ann Dulle and Duck Plnlon repre sented Enclnol Hugh at the Optlmlst Youth Week Ralph Meuter and Karen Snyder represented Encmal at the Boys State and Girls State Conferences respectlvely iq haul Bm-stmnd upon th: studvnts cspccmllx slxlllcd m U'lt.llIl ln lds mm honors .md awards pn Sl'IllK d IA such OTQJIIIIJIIOIIQ .ts tht Bank oi Alllllllll thc l,.lllQllll lx ol thc Xmvmrm Ru xolutlcm .md othu llltlldllllllftpll N 67 I W V Lf' A 412, 2 'Z' -' 1 A A' A "QP" fb :gs ,Q ' f , 1, I. 3 gg: 26' fj- .gn 455.1 Ep., ff 7 r- - V ' , 5,1 M QE' fW"v-,:'- , 2 251, mf . 1 t', . 1 4.11, avi' .N N 'ff' wffff sf f ' A Vs- 'fa' , ' ' 'f . ifsip 'M'N':.',?-241 El ' 1 f A -115.-e.'f.w , t-fl.--, ,l ,gf . Q .W-'g 5. .r 1 I I l ' I l Y L f ' , ,, . v X 3 KW I ' "- .X A p , L ' f , 1 . ' f ,X 4 E J ru ,,. , , , , I - I Y , Y' 5 ' ' fig- . I ' ' 1 f 1 fy E' :hx Sl 1,29 68 Who was buried in Grcmfs tomb? xt fs" nj' i.- f . Q as 3993! ,X emi' V l VARIETY UF CLA Sllllll'lllN lmu- .1 x.u'in-ly ul' clgnssvs lim xxllirll lu vlmmmg ,X sluclm-nt lrnzlym-'4p.:x1:l l "wif, l1o1'izm1 ol' lilltlulvllgl' 1xu'm'cllllg lu lmisl n IJLlllllllll'5. Xvxv gxml x'gn'1m'nl rlgxsws am' um L , llllllflllilj' gxnlclvcl to ilu- l'Yl'l'-t'l12lllQlIIQ gmcl lI1Cl'k'LlNlI1g IJIUQIHIII ol' rlussrs Q11 lil lS. Lois Beard explains u collage to the 38 College Prep English class. You move 'll'1e slide rule io the left, the curser to the right, Turn if over cmd . . . 11114 nfl' 3, 'x mn Gee, Twenty words c minuie. 1 'ERED TO Q l'l1 Q 1 l':XlJ!'l'il'Ill'1' QQ11111-cl 1111111 1':11'l1 c'I11r-Q 11111 lll Q111111- 11111 zxicl 1111- Nllld1'lll iIl hix 11111111 1'1'z11's. II1' 11111 h1'111-Ill 111-st I111111 1111-111 hx' ing z1dx':111l:1g1- 111' 1111- X'lll'1l'If' of 1'l11w1-N 1-11111. Ohhh! My Ruger. You mean this machine has something io do with on car? 69 ,C s U. '-it 'Q Q'- .,' K' F r via '6- 1.3 '33 1 s-Q ,di J X' w...f--- ,,,,..A ww' ., -i gig 49- M . , ,,..o-P' ivy, K . k,,,,d"" 'Qif Encinol spirit is demonstrcned in her rooting sections. THE ACADEMIC YEAR ENDS TO BEGIN illl1t'XYllt'l'l hits vmiiplt-tvcl its st-xt-nth rz'v0l11timi tht- yt-girly vyclt- of clztriu-N, xpurtx, gntxxclciiiit' :md social litirivtimis has lt'I'llllIl2llt'Cl its mtuiclx: yt-t. with this rtiliiiiiizitimi will mum- Ll in-xx' ht-gtnning. With tht-sv t't7Ill'lllil0IlN. with tht-sv ht-giimiiigs. xxtll tonit- xxtryiiig tmcl vxvitinfg l1m'izmisAf"1i llmizmi is nothing mu' tht' limit ol' mu' sight," AGA! i If 1--1. ,155 In YW v. 1 .Sp 5, f .1 ' " A Ni' K 'I-. ny gpg 4 .,,,, THe Howery environmenY of the Junior Prom "A Nighi to Ref member' enhanced ihe enjoy- ment of the dance. P' S L x 7' 1'5" . VN' . 9 f 71 "The people who make no roads UTI' rulml out from f7lff'Hl!Qt'lIf participation in the u'0fld"s br0tlzm'h1md." Margaret Fairless Barber ORGANIZATIONS Organizations widen our scope beyond our personal interests. They give us the satisfaction of belonging, teach us to accept responsibilities as a group, and prepare us for higher forms of cooperation in later life. We learn to put our ideas into effect and to accept the ideas of others. As these ideas become united, we establish a common goal. We establish this goal by working to- gether, thereby broadening our vista of thoughts and ideals. Wendy Worsfer Vclerue Lockhcurf Dole Debold Fcll Vuce Presudent Fall Secretory Fall Treasurer Ralph Meuter Fcull Presudent Lxery Student ls Reprebented By Uffufers u uu uhm N 0 o stuuu x 1 e x us ouuuuu sug u u 'Ill N unu rtiuuuuuuu uut 1I'OLlQllIX1IlIlbINdlI cxu cnt xxouk 1 ua u 1111 u 1 mu x J Joutu d ouuu looth ull IQ Ci u you Chee,leC,de, X I xc um s thu stu Lnt bodx u nd sulu lylll lhbc ld und thu P -X Sxstuuuu im u uu ll cu 1 ol uusc uuuuau gn mruu I X nt 4 lx up 'unc uu ulu und com usu uuuuuuuuu s uuudx Wont u x uuurd uw uuuhlucs umluuduuuff thc Lhuustuu us puoguauuu Rfulph Nh uutu r cuuurx mfr out hus Iuuructuons us studu nt body pn sudu uut x xcd 1 u um 10 or uuu utm .uuuuouuq t u fl0l1P ol omuus Karen Snyder Don Scott Sprunq Cheerleader Lynne Newman Sprung Presudent KN Karen Snyder Gcury Fensiermaker Elberi Humphers Sprung Vuce Presuden! Sprung Secretary Sprung Treasurer 1 Encmol Hlgh Schools Hrs! womcm presldent presudes over o meehng l'NCl Xl Illl ll l5Rl AlxS TR-XDITIO N N11 H N llll 1 Ullll X x 141 Karen Snyder Enclnml s fall cheerleader Dole Debold Qells Mr Mell his student body leads the student body In o game wmnmg cord mokung hxm on offlcncl member of yell the E H S studenl body Y Rmph Meufer full presldenl occepls o compllmentary bud from Denms Kolevo for the Sophomore dance 1 l ,V . -1 ,11auvu-- '- -31:1-n " ' ' ' l ' N W i f W i V - 1 I - I A . 4 Fm' llll' I11' I llllll' 111 Il11- sl1c11'l l1lN1r11'1 ul lf11cQ11.1l llf1l1S1l1r111l.g1wc1111::11 I1':'Q1lv:11 lJl'l'9lCll'Cl ml-1 Ulll' lCll'Ill l1f14ly1111w-11110. l,1'11111- N1-u111.111. lill- llllllk '-IH':ll'l 1:11-fflfz. xx'11sll1m'l11 IIl1L14'lllt'X1'llllN lwll Cl1'v'1'X'1'!l l ll 11 :XII '1' l1'g1cl11ic111 1xz1sl11'ol'1-11 hy 1l11- CIl11.m1l l11111- lflfmfl, 61.111 1011111-1'111i1l.1'1 XX.1f 1-lr-c-11-cl In 1l11- ulllu' ol' Nl'l'l'l'lill'f' ol Illv NlllKll'lll l cl1. llm'ug1Nll:1'l11'-1 Ill'lll'l!l ll1c'l1X111.1 m1l'lf.ll,5.l11l1f1lcl1l1lN11m1l1r111, . 'lf f- ' f ' S . , b jj . FALL STUDENT COUNCII.-FIRST ROW: M. Volking, C. Thompkins, G. Delmore, J. Elmore, J. Wilhelm, M. Jenkins. SECOND ROW: G, Watson, D. Walton, A. Boutwright, M. Ammons, T, Lomb, S. Williams, D. Willicams, G. Ccrpcmeto, J. Eliason. THIRD ROW: K, Snyder, B. Quinn, V. Morelli, V. Lockhart, J. Johnson, N. Swanson, J. Barber, M. Williams. FOURTH ROW: D. Debold, R. Meuter, J. Lewis, R. Glodwill, S. Rauch, F. Foster, P. Kokkonen, J. Show. 'muse LZ QTL DE COUNCIL fl GClE.'TS Klang' l'll2lIlgl'S wvrv mucli' by thi- Sluclvnt "3 Council Illt'IlllN'l'S in tltvir wwkly lIIK't'llIlQS during thi' full. An 0IJl'IllIlQ Clzixlvc' was llvld in Sm'pt1'1nlwr to wi'lc'm11a- ilu' lIlCOIlllIlQ l'rm'shmm'n. In lJl'l'l'lIlllt'l' tln' lrziditimlnl Chrislmxis bals- ki-ts wvn' mznclv. lillfll 1nm'mlnm'1' l7I'0llQlll lmwcl lol' that rlvcclv. A ncw :md vvry sL1c'c'c'ssl'1ll mvthod was usccl to pipv musim' into thc cz1l'm'tm'riz1. lin' P..'X. Sys- t0IIl was usvd lor this. :md thi' sludvnts t'I1- joyud it thoroughly. Student Council members discuss plans ct a weekly meeting. 76 lr, .1 al--r J ips.. .iss -- E, .Exim SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: K. Claussen, C, Yasak, F. Crisler, L. Slangerup, H. Griffith, V. Albrecht, J. Eliason, K. Snyder, S. Watson, P. Ford, P. Morgan. SECOND ROW: A. Perafa, J. Hightower, P. Brairude, J. Johnson, L. Newman, P. Mason, D. Wolfon, C. Barker. THIRD ROW: C. Fonoimoano, J. Brady, D. Pinion, R. Meufer, D. Cavallo, G. Weifzenfeld, D. Guerrero, R. Redd. FOURTH ROW: T. White, R. Gladwill, S. Capling, M, Mattingly, J. Shaw, C. Harless, E. Humphers, D. Scolf, C. Larson, P. Kokkonen. MA YI PROVIZIVIE TSI SCI-KJOI- .X lu-xx lrgiclilum was all-xi-lolu-cl lux' llu- spring sr-ilu-stu' c-uu1u'il nu-mlu-rs 111 llu- si-li-sting ul IJlIlN.XN'l1lL'll llu- UlNill'l'1N will kr-vp during tlu-ir u-rms of offfum-. :md pass rm to llu- ufliu-rs s1un'm-1-clixw' Illl'Ill. llu- f-'111n'cls on ilu' Pins of - 'vs 1- 4 "- 'vs :- - fi :gun-l: llu- SQ'l'll'l2ll'f'. 11 quill: llu- ll'l'LlSlII'4'I'. .1 clollgn' sign: .uul l'lll'l'I'l1'iiCll'l'. 21 nu-gnplunu-. llu- np:-nuug In-1-111 clauuw-. "Dn- spmismw-cl ln' llu-vnu1u'il.w.1sgi wi-ll-gnu-lull-cl mill-u-rm l'X'l'lll. gxltluwuglm. for ilu- lirsl tinu-. N . .-. ' 1. Our firsl male secretary at E.H.S., Gary Fenstermaker, is taking notes, trying to surpass his female '-L..--, ,,,..-1 Q v, Er! FALL WOMENS BOC FIRST ROW W Osborne B Shephard B Walton T Baker M Jorgen en G Car paneto N Gray C Bossl SECOND ROW J Stull W Johnson M Dulle M Howland J Valley B Smoth J Ellason A Koehler THIRD ROW K Mellln K Mellln L McW1Il1c1ms S Martme K Stevens M McGu1re R Cassel P Newman B01 RD UI' CO IRUI 1 s lll N s 1 x 1 N11 x xx 1 111 11111 N 1 1111 I 1 11111 I III4' X N NUIIIIU S SPRING WOMENS BOC FIRST ROW N Gray B Padgett M Jorgensen J Ellason A Koehler D W1l Iuoms J Booze W Osborne SECOND ROW L Walters J Warren C Boss: L Beard G Corpaneto M Howland S Vallerga J Stull THIRD ROW M Evans C Zelllnslu K Stevens C Alexander L McW1l hams J Hightower K Lofstrand V Lockhart 'FT 1. 3 T' dt 1-7 ,-b Z 'zmifif 'X 'Mm 1 6, '33- eg' . - nr 511952- 1 ma 1.-.135 . . Q 4 A , ' 3 IR, ' 1 ,, K ge, ., -f , -1 'pu' ' 1 N- fm, J -"T ,Am 4, 5 4 ' .,.-. 1 ' - : . , . , . , . , , s , . - N ' N f 1 X 1 , . 'I'l1'1'I1i1-t'1'111111i1'I111'11t LLII' xx111111'11K g11x1-1'11111g l111dy .ll Ii.II.S. 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' 1" ,113 X , , ,' :QA 'A 1 ,L .- . x .kj 1, .Y fi , .1 -1 ' ,41 5 , - 1 r N- 1 f 1' 111,111 11 - " 1 ' - fm. X- if-ff . . ' A ggmgft. 31151. 7 gi'1i,x,5f2 If fe-ff' 121- , X M11 'vrefgf 3131, 1 15,11 . 113313, H S, '54 FALL MEN S BOC FIRST ROW S Brandom C Spragen D Neal G Fonda M Jaramrllo A Sanchez E Dashlell R Lo e SECOND ROW J Heibel B Lenhelm D Croft A Crow S Caplnng S Medina D Scott R Rucherson C Conley MAINTAIN C OOD RHJUT TIUN AT I ll N I N0 1 N N xx In pm 11111, tI14 J I , U L L Nl I INN II Hx it in SPRING MENS B.O.C.-FIRST ROW: M. Mariani C. Halhaway, R. Ceccheitini S. Brandom, V. Morelli L. Buckner R. Love E. Doshiell R. Meufer J. Heibel R. Fields. SECOND ROW: D. Mclnfyre, D. Debold R. Pinion S. Medina D. Neal G. Werner G. Sanders. THIRD ROW: D. Tymn D. Croft B. Lenheim, K. Burr S. Capling C. Harless D. Scoil, A. Crow J. Bounds P. Kokkonen. NOT PICTURED: D. Cavollo, A, Sanchez, C. Schmidt ..,4. ,uf .wg M44 ...flap 2 7 .--1 wav- 1 x Fl F FIRST ROW J Ellason Wuse L Cavalli C Henderson M Howland SECOND ROW Mr Wm berg K Snyder M Dulle L Beard B Smith C Boss: M Jenknns THIRD ROW M McGu1re V Lockhart L Newman R Gill L McWilliams R Dodf FOURTH ROW V Albrecht J Love D Debold D Guerrero S Marhne C Kasdorf FIFTH ROW H Crawford C Parker P Parker .x C Alexander E Rex A Sanchez IVIHVIBINRQ IIUI D RF PFCT Ole STL DF 1 1' s 11sJ11 11 stu 1 11s 11 F H IIN Xl ll 1111Cl11 1l11 xp11ns111sh1J 11 N IX 111 31 111 1sI111 his l11111 1 3111 IX d 111111 N l I11 IIIIS 11111 11111 1111111 111111111Q 1111111 ll 1 lg IIN 11111 11 cl 111 1 xx 111 111 111 1 N 1111111111111 N 1111 x1111 1111 11 1 1111 DLI 1 1 1' 111111 1sl111l1 1dd1 tl ll 11111111111 11l 1 1' lllllllll 1111111 111 11 1 I 111 1x1 1 x x x l111 1111 l1'1 INI CSF offlcefs Lynne Newman Dale Debold Judy Eliason Carolyn Boss: and Mary Appleyard Lynne Newman serves as a prnvate iufor for Laurue Slangeru 1 P A 'F - Qsf 1 -. ,.' Y . 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XILIIIY IIIl'IllI3l'l'S 11Is11 11111'111l1'cl LIII' 1 1 ' " 11111 I -ll ll S1 .I1 II1- Cf.S.F, I11'l1l 1l11-i1'1111111111l L1l11'i'111111' 11111l I'1lI.'Ll'I' 1'1111l1i1- s11l1-N. 1I1'sig111'1l 111 il1l up ' -1 fl ry. HONOR T11 D1' TS QL1 PCT PI S Officers Mary Howland Carolyn Boss: Roberta Cassel and Jeanne Sfull 111 Nl 1 5 0 ll I ls Xi 0 U 1110 1 111 Qc lf 1 11 x Clll s IC u 1111111 s Q 11 111 ld bx 1111 s111d1111 1l1I'Stll1llC1l0l 1111 sp1111U 11 llll 111 ll NL1u1111 111s 1111.1 Sc 1111111 1311111 11x 1 Rlfa Shuhy and Mark Mathngly dec1de on Slgma Eps1lon pins SIGMA EPSILON FIRST ROW P Jorom1llo M Howland M Jorgenson P Coones M Snecry D S1Ivo W Osborne R Wong Mrs Puenfe SECOND ROW G Carpcnefo A Peraia S Sharp S Vallerga R Cossel M Jenkuns D Walton L Beard THIRD ROW B Qulnn C Bossu K Stevens J Ehoson R Schutty V Albrecht H Grnffhh FOURTH ROW R Love M Casey R Cecche111n1 D Guerrero F Sorensen J Love J Sfull R Oglesby M Maihngly S Medma .1 -r. 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'i Mr Mafula lndlcafes various paris of the hear? to Paulette Coones and Ronnie Cavallo Officers John Wesley Jeanne S1uII and Art Sanchez IIIHR I TI RI'ST IN SCIINNCIM I PRUI DI I HUVX mx mmm K n I N I I N nl 1 I NI I Ill 1101 4 4 11111 mc Iumtlu x nh III I It I I It II IX N I0 It I x I I II I IIICQI mc Q 1 lk um nh Ic In Q 1 tu 'xlr FIRST ROW B SYUII A Boafrughf M Torres B Padgett J Dempsey SECOND ROW Mr Urton G Carpaneto J Stull C Alexander M Dulle THIRD ROW K Chrlsfy M Sneary L Abalr M Morrison R GIII Mr Brown FOURTH ROW D Morrusey G Hlcks P Newman C Parker P Parker FIFTH ROW C Kasdorf F Kroger SIXTH ROW A Sanchez G Speer J Heubel C Lee G Fonda H Crawford J Durgess .. ., I -I ' - ,- g - S . . - , I -5 I . Z 5, F' I ugly , fa. Y, . , . - ' . , ........ A , .W - Q I x ' , IX 13 5 ,,. I . I I TEX I -1 Q Q Q y y 1 1 x Y I N f Y 4 4 Ax r. 4 4 L ,I 4 x I NIL I' llIt'IllI7l'l'x UI' Ihr' Sci- -- IIuI IILIYI' slu xx'11 am 1-xx-1' IIII'l'K'lI. ing int "wt in x'g11'im1s sri:-rlliiiv Iim'IcI.. 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RED CRUSQ CUNTlNlJIif WORK 'Hu' lIll'lIlJJl'I'S of thc' .Iunior R4-d Cross. llI'ldl'l'1J1l' sponsorship of Miss Siblm-y. l'OIlliI1ll1'd to de'dic'zm- thz'1x1sm'lvm-Q to working on prcujwls that :iid lmolll srhcml and vmllllnxxlily. Ezlvh Sl'll1l'Slt'1' za SIUCJVIII who wishvs l0jOiI1 J-I'0lll 1-uclm z1dx'ism'y is QJYVII sm OIJlJOI'lllHJlf' to In-nd hir ' -'ls' ld ' ' ' ' ' lx' lI'Q2lllJllil' . 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I plilg ,,..-5 ii., Mr D Amcxnte directs the bond us they prcxchce Tor the clnnuol Chrlstmczs Assembly ISA D PRULDI 3 RHDRFSILNTQ F H Q 1 1 0 s lm other N 1 1 ln Forfy four of the hugh school band members relax on front lawn between numbers 'Mus- 'AJ' BQ- 4.- FIRST ROW N Ziegler J Mathews A Evans D Pederson Mr J Gclunt SECOND ROW R Mays D Haughln J Wright S Harluns M Am mons THIRD ROW P Deorth M Chandler K Frenchlck B Shephard L Johnson C Montoya FOURTH ROW L Beard J Mathleson 1 West C Dasanblaglo J Lewis S Peterson C Oats FIFTH ROW B Quinn M Brown K Clausson M Wnllnams SIXTH ROW S Schreck R Dcdt R Scott A Guadalupe C Duplessus G Watson SEVENTH ROW M Scott J Paterson R Love J Williams J Lenneor W Mosley G Cunnlng ham D Mntrnck A4 L1 IUIR INNCINILTTIHS PLRFOR FUR STUDE T BODY l 1 l 1 N 711 1111 Ol I li 1115111118 JIUWI 1111 NQKUIIC1 'xlllllll SJIIIIQ t11c111U11m1t 1111 Xl ll IlIlQlC1 110111 11 111 works 111 Rodmxs 11161 Hlll1IlltlNILlH 111 111 x11 ptxonil 1111 11 11111 1111111 111 P111str1111 SLNLI 11 Chou 1111 111111 rs V111 1 part ot 11 o 111 ol 1111 17111111 X'il1S1l C 1 1 1 111 111171 1f111s1St111Q ol H1111 0111x1111 ll ff 101 1 s 1JllIl11f' 1 1K X1 C 1 IS s 111 111 Us 11111 1 11111us X1 11111 C11 1 IN11 111211111 IIIOIIS FIRST ROW B Padgett C Yasalc SECOND ROW D Haughln M Ammons M Howland S Harklns THIRD ROW L Roles C Brown G Hicks R Dodt 1 . 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I " IIIIINI ' I-IIIICIAIIIICIIIQIIS.Llllll cI'x'a'lupn'cl 1l1v4llmil'1.' In x rill-11111 lr. fc nur ma-ml -1'sol'tIn-fQi1'ls' fIIl'1'1'X'l'Il look gn Ililllil All VUIIIIJUNIIIQ nb. i -0 .. E 'HS .5 ' ' - , E ' - , z 1 . C, 13 ll I -S ' l - , L . ,R.su,. I , . ' X A . I A in. :rm M F' 10' .gn N41 nw:- Sprlng Presldent Wllma Johnson V1cePres1dent Brenda Sheppard Sprlng Secretary JuDee Jensen Treasurer Lucene Wattree Mrs Hcmbrlc glves badmlnton mstructaon to Wendy Worster as other G A A 'nembers look on AA IFARNS ORF ABOUT PUR! K K Sill 1 U IX Nllxt 1 s 1 Ill l 11 Ll l L 1111 sn 1l Other gurls taking seventh perlod sports are being taught tennis skulls by Mrs Snyder i Full Presndent JuDee Jensen Vuce President Jeamne Valley Fall Secretory Rlto Schutty Treasurer Carolyn Boss: .51 N 413 . 1 lf! A 1 . f 1 , 1. ' f' ff I . V et, ..,,,.,......: I :A '11 . so p .ef . 1 3' A ' 1 if A ix X. 1 Y I A 'P ,..-" X ,4 , , , , , X 5' . , -Z , sa , - S, - s .. V - , ,j. . . 4 A 1. 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A rm-I rvs' t'1t1x'c- xr 'L ' 2 1 ' dr-cl fl..-X. Cmnt 'il nu'-' gsg l 's' fr- l I' re' I lx J f l -A ' uf. .-X Q 'Q-4 I xurlm-tx' of l'Illl'l'llllllIlll'Ilt. illflllclill, th' zdvzm ' -cl lI1ICll'I'Il dan ' - Ula '21, pr:-wr ' l g1tCl.A. mwt' fs cl ul ly' hm- la ll Q l Jr " 5 lllm' llllllllill llnslximm slmw. tht- liuul cxwm ul l ' I' 'L '. 'L J - ' I l 'Ill' mill:-1' Klum nllvr solar 4 l. Xx'llll'll 115 urvd tlu- llIlt'!lCll1!N'l'Olwt'Yt'I'f' - hvr. no - W' V in ' , I -its ., . 5 Y A , x ' g . s ' s K .f 1 X' fi 3 . Q ' ,x 5 . ' . X . K ' ' 1 x f . "Thunder is good, thunder is impressiveg but it is lightning that does the work? -1-Mark Twain PORTS Any team sport requires united effort combining strength, speed, and skill. The individual needs an athletic activity to complement his intellectual education. Participation in these activities provides the necewary exercise and discipline to maintain health of the body. fy ffl' IIYII C, 11 KVS4 FIRST ROW J Lennear M Jaramullo G Swisher J Lewis A Guadalupe D Peterson L Pandolfo K Okubo SECOND ROW W New man Z Plffman J Loggins D Pinion M Williams J Ashley J Carter L Branchaud M Mullet! C Carlos C Spragan C Cavalli THIRD ROW C Haihcway Coach Marberry T White H Prichard W Kung W Bracklns D Taylor C Ha1less B Mann M Marian: F Foster T Bowers N Wallace D Chavez Coach Read Coach Ma1ulc1 VAR IT1 QRIDDHQ IU I U I1 TWO1 AMF N 1 N NN X N IX HN Q N N N XS s 911 s K s l X111 ll 11111ll11 d111pp1 Cl l1 ll lx lllfl t 111 xx hi N 1 1 C1 4 1 IH 100 1 1 N 4 I1 11111 s 1 xxx 1 s , 111g IN I'I'UXO 'J N N NLCU 11 Coach Marberry gives Derxnls Chavez advice while Mr Meal accepts ihe oerpefual irophy from Alameda surveys the field Tom Whlte Xxx l N 1 T S . E xg! i . 1 111' 1rr::1"- -1- 'I ' F 1 T ' 1 1 , IE- 1 . Q J F. ' 1 K ' -1' 51 .' 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Churlc-S Harlvss, Dick Pinion. :ind W'illii' liiiickins worm' lirvqnlvntly sc'lc'Cti'd on thu tm-ann of thi' wcvk by thc sports writvrs. W'illin- Brark- ins will pmliripatm' in thc- annual North-South foot- hull ganna- played in Los Angclc-s in August. J. Ashley - G K. Okubo - G D Pinion G Guadalupe 'W ,533 was-A I . . U I 2 -an , M, . X S ,v.....,.X W-nfigh ,L ef- . Sj,'v:'fmfmw 'vs reef? ' 'X WIL-Eff! -'zi A f- King W Brucklns -E M Wrllloms HB VARSITY SCORES Alomedo Vclleio Jefferson Souih Son Francisco Hoyword Cusiro Volley Son Leandro San Lorenzo Arroyo Encmcl und Hayward lmes clash in demonstrcxiion of rugged ploy found ln the A.C.A.L. N Wqllqge T F Fggier T M Jcrumlllo-HB M Mullet B Mike Jornmillo fakes pifchout and rcxmbles for good yardage against Hayward. Hayward s Doug Wozmck Ines rn vom io catch pcss deflected by Walt Kang 104 f v Tom Whnw runs ophon ploy cgulnst Hayward 'M i -as BEAM 'iii V1 FIRST RON L Pandolfo W Wrllrams J Carter D Bess D Pet r on B Miranda L Woods SECOND ROW S James Z P flmorn A Brown W Moore J Fanene F Sheplncra T Bowers C Carlos THIRD ROW H Slaughter R Scott C Brown G Carlos D Tay or B Mann M Maman: D Chavez Coach Read Coach Mafula IV AND IRC? H IIOXN PRO IIS! I IIN ll cr s ll X 11111111 15 J X x x N s 1 1 1 s o I N s N III U X Xl X FROSH SOPH FOOTBALL J V FOOTBALL Alameda MI Diablo Hayward Berkeley Caslro Valley Alameda San Leandro Hayward San Lorenzo Castro Valley Arroyo San Leandro Son Lorenzo Arroyo FIRST ROW R Cruz B Vachter G Barker R Hartman F Wllrams B Stull R Hlnsrnger J Hensley O Bunker R Lougy R Garnett M Jaromnllo SECOND ROW T Chedwrclc D Schroeder D Guerrero J Gallegos E Johnson J Nelson A Knernan E Reed THIRD ROW R Suller G Bartllng H Pendergras E Rex F Moore M Wh te S Oleda J Rhodes V Perafa J Padcloclc J Simpson R Marnanr G Ryan G Werizenfeld J Holber? CoachJ Fo to ' - z - . , .v 4 " I I .. , V -Q I 3 - JH. . fb 0 , I f M2 , ,A . , W Y", at , ,h I V f' ' pr ' 4,54 ff '1 ' .' 1 .4 - gf 6 1' 1 3 A 3 I R, , ,, L . xl . f 1 .4 t F. I N i J ' ,' F f ' 4 , ' ' -f I . I 2' 1 ' 4 I T .-I . , f v ' N ,V xx .. I v ' . , 1 SN , '- , I lx, 7 , , .N , I ' - of H F53 ., .L x 4 .. Y . . , . ' ' , . I , . , . la . , . ' Q , . . : . , . . 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FIRST ROW L Staaf J Lewis F Rlfch R Gladwll SECOND FIRST ROW M Lowry R Wlse J Warren J SIUIQIS SECOND ROW D Nelll M Casey C Conley P Spadonl D Kalevu ROW D Moresl R Fields R Bagby F Lawson PNC NAI RUNNILRS FXCH I HRQT SF QU 1 x IIIIOCLIIIC s s null 0 N N I um x ss 1 v sn cm 1 Ill N Irwxn '78 lb Xxlc 99 lcl IK s S IUI 1 Jl I v I an I u cm m s I 0 s I1 x N I l Coach Cadwell gives fumes to F Lawson I. Sfaals and D Tymn 106 1' 'Sh J nv. Simms Worren G c dv ull por? of practice 496' ,,,,.elv-v- E' 111 PN J Show C Brown M Mullet! G Fenstermczker L Po-the SECOND ROW C James A Brown C Hurless D Muttrxck G Chctmun P Spcdonn Cooch Jcxensch XM N UIIIIX 3 N lf I Couch Joensch demonstrates play to Logguns Correll Brcuckuns cmd Brown Crowd as excited whnle team members look on I2 IS 7 s f 4 i v E VAR 'ITY CAC! R N VVIN WIA IURITN Of C AMF S Ihr lnt1nnlliigl1Xn an me 1 rll I1lUl'd ui I 1 xxmx mcl nm: low I lml Illllllf' ui tht ll lm U unu thnx rn xnwmd no m unt 1111 1 xxlnnnw :mend Id C mn ll Willi ul thu XYl'l'1'gI lclllxlmcl Ill tlu llllddlt ui tht Nl n Inmu we-rw' lm I IX Ill xt ulcl 1111 1 um: Ill: In In 11 rm 'L lu: K I sg, ,ea Willie Brackins drives under the bcickboard for easy lay up Ed Correll goes hugh in the air to take a pump sho? against Berkeley Andy Brown goes in for lay-up against Berkeley. willic Brackins drives as Ed Correll screens fncn. 109 Wu Ile Brackms ndy Brown ames Logguns Ed Correll Garland Chafman Charles Harless Marvin Mlllel Hercules Prnfchcurcl Lloyd Poche Jerry Shaw Gary Fensfermaker Charles James FIRST ROW W Kidd E Johnson B Miranda T Lee E Lntlelohn M While SECOND ROW F Shepard J Kent Z Pittman J Simpson C Conley L Woods W Wmp R Cruz C Pena F Williams Coach Foster AND FROSH Tl1AMS DIHVI-I UP lxlll I x xxx x i 1 INN N N l N xtx x YU i 1 x luv N N 11 10111111 Q T N 11 X N IN SCORES SCORES Harry Ells El Cerrlto De Anza Alameda Richmond 29 Berkeley J V BASKETBALL Harry Ells El Cerrllo De Anzo Alameda Richmond Berkeley FIRST ROW R Garnet! A Aguilar G Weltlenfeld L Lntflelohn B Harlrnan D Davis G Barber E Reed SECOND ROW Coach Marberry B Miranda J Alexander J Kent B Underwood B Spragan L V Miller J Sessoms B Stull H Slaughter N - x W ' N j I , K V I K 4 4 -4 L 4 ak llii- -l,Y,'s. uudvi' Llozivli Paul Fc stvr. had 11 ln-55 SLlCl'1'Sililll stil on tliziii ilu- Yzai-xiii. 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B 5 ll, A 'Uk ,gym www W 'Jw -iv as uEmw"""' Maurice Wullnomsrokes to our asD Tymn P Spadonn andC Conley Johnny Lennear lets fly wlth the shot as D Peterson and L look on Pandolfo observe I3 'IRACMVI IN CUP IPM UF CRUX 1 s U I N l I xv x 1 1 I I tl 'I I il N I all lxl 68 I I Hayward Pittsburgh Acalanes San Leandro San Lorenzo Berkeley Alameda Tech s De Anzo El Cerrlto Rlchmond 44'I 73 37 57 59 2 Hayward Pittsburgh Acolanes San Leandro Son Lorenzo Berkeley Alarned 1 Tech s De Anza El Cerruto Richmond 453 FIRST ROW B Stull J Sessoms R Gladwlll J Warren SECOND ROW J Stulgns G Carlos D Peterson L Pondolo aug er ee ewls F u lams J Sllva B Hartman R Holbert THIRD ROW B Costello D Kaleva B Spragan J Nelson F Rltch W Kldd M White E Llttlelohn W Green E Conley H Maclas R Marian: J Hawks E Johnson G Frallck J Hensley D Guerrero D Nelll D Schroeder G Barker R Wlse f HSI h1TL LL Wll C - 1' - 4 .57 "-5, Q of X ,f Q I I v v Ab .Q W xt x - Q I , ,I 2 1. 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' int 'rm-su-clinIn-glrllixlglwwgzlzxln-s.lI11'1'm-1111-ilu' 11:11 I x- spm ' I 1 sk' I 1 ll. soItIm1lII. x'uIIm'yI1z1II.1'l1'.. nxgnilg Imlv. ff" 1 ' I I I A A I A :""A"i H A 6 S A ' W' . X I ' xxx. xx .Q i ' u ' 7 :I iw, . ,Z I, if 5 Q . 52" ' WZ! ' . -' I -x 0 ' ' - M -M vi .. I hx , ,A .f. XI ' AM N 'f' I - Mm 'iff X 239.1 53.41, k f 3 -qv I' , TL 1 :K - it E, . gawk .,, I , ' ,' - P' M' :QI-.f1, .5 ' 4 ' , j VV LX- . -- 41' 1- Y . .M .,,f.Q:.ay..-- PORTS VARIETY Future Davls Cup Champions? Soma fflrlx It E H S pxefu A morn 01 umful xx xx Q Ja ndmg thx ll ' I' clww s Mod D1 I Mrs Phxllxs Snxdmx spmndmq In: hrst xx u lt In 1 h clxssm mto th full sxxmg I lhmqx Soma oi thc Qlrls pnutlclpltmd m IIN I all nt Awfmhlx ind thu sprmv Sm mm Plxx Ihm Pwhl 1 I 1ttIrQ I' Encmal Ram Dance F'Q I cant ee the basket f--'Fx S 1-H-. :Ap X. I I I-9 ' ' .. Q. 'ww ' 1. S . I ' , . irmf' J - 1 u - - 11 4. I fi: I I ' 4 . W-I sg -1 1 x N 5 . 1 . . . I ' -5 . .I ' .. of .1 ' y' - ' I. ,. '...".-W. Urn im". f. ' 1. ,Z P. , ' K ,. ' b. .2 Z - I 1 c'in.I. c'nt1'1'vd vr 1 ' ' 0 5 " t4 ff I .. "5 " ' ing I W-- "You can tell the ideals of a nation by its advertisements." E-Norman Douglas ADVERTISEMENTS CRYSTAL CLEANERS QUALITY CLEANING PLUS EXPERT SPOTTING AND FINISHING PLUS PERSONALIZED ATTENTION ALAMEDAS LARGEST AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED CLEANERS T907 OUR CASH AND CARRY PRICES WILL SAVE YOU MONEY I07 DISCOUNT TO STUDENTS 2000 ENCINAL AVENUE LAR I1 2 0433 ALAMEDA S W BUTLER O S. We Give ond Redeem Alomedo Merchcnfs Sfomps O e urs? - . . , wner TONY S UNION 76 GQOD LUCK SERVICE BODY and FENDER WORK from as OI I.UbrIccIIIon IF Bo Ier es Corner WEBSTER 8. 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WHEN YOU TA TE CHALLENGE MILK BUTTER ICE CREAM TUIIIAS IS THE FINEST GOOD LUCK TO CLASSES JUNE 59 AND FEBRUARY 60 JUSTIN REALTY AND INSURANCE SHAG RUGS S3 95 FAMILY WASHES WASHED 81 DRIED 2 O6 IN ALAMEDA LEE ADAMS PONTIAC INC NEW WIDE TRACK 1959 PONTIAC THE ECONOMICAL ENGLISH VAUXHALL GUARANTEED USED CARS 2414 CENTRAL AVENUE ALAMEDA h 0 S o ' : H 77 10C per lb. STREET 26 K STREET LAkeh 2-35 k h - 5 cmd LAke urs? 2-1121 CONGRATULATIONS APPLIANCE 'O 'he REPAIR SERVICE CLASS OF I959 BEST WISHES FOR YOUR FUTURE SUCCESS INSTALLATION SERVICING from the Washers Dryers AII Makes and Models ALAMEDA 1432 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA CALIF NAVAL AIR STATION ASSOCIATION LAke""'S' 35452 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES from RALPH ARCHINAL ALAMEDA TYPEWRITER CO 2309 SANTA CLARA AVENUE ALAMEDA Phone LAkehursT 2 4921 GRANDE S SHOES 1408 PARK STREET LAkehurs1 3 8374 Alameda CGIITOFHIU FOR WOMEN AIRSTEP LIFE STRIDE PARADISE KITTENS JOYCE AND EDITH HENRY FOR MEN ROBLEE PEDWIN CLARKS OF ENGLAND DESERT BOOTS FOR CHIIDIEN BUSTER BROWN THE GOLDEN CRUST For Better Qualuty DOUGHNUTS 81 DANISH PASTRY 661 27TH STREET OAKLAND CALIF TEmpIebar 2 8532 Bob Speka Owner I I I -1-1 PARK DAIRY 2421 ENCINAL AVENUE ALAMEDA CALIF LAkehurst 2 8887 DRIVE IN AND SAVE' I THE HOME OF FINE FOOTWEAR C0' ' - . f - I m ' . 3 ' . FOSTER S FREEZE DRIVE IN 630 CENTRAL AVENUE Shakes Burgers Sundaes Hot Dogs You can LICK our cones but you cant BEAT our sundaes Mirrors Furniture Tops Glass Specnaltnes Martm Senour and Dutch Boy Paints Best Washes from the ALAMEDA GLASS 8: PAINT CO 1617 PARK STREET LAkehurst 2 2985 WARD S AUTO PAINTING WELDING BODY AND FENDER WORK AND BOATS COLLISION WORK Chrls Ward LAIcehurst 2 9898 LAkehurst 3 7685 1539 OAK STREET ALAMEDA CALIF Good Health and Happmess Is Our Wish forthe Graduating Classes J E IJACKJ GADSDEN LAkehurst 2 1844 1435 PARK STREET ALAMEDA LL Z.. IFE? If'?i'lIf'I' UFIIIFQIIIIII1 ARTS SUPER SERVICE SINCE 1933 ARMSTRONG TIRE DISTRIBUTOR ARTHUR A KAPLER Phone LA 1 0277 8 WEBSTER STREET AT EAGLE AVENUE ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA ALAMEDA SPORTING GOODS CO WILSON SPALDING VOIT MGCGREGOR Huntmg Fushmg Snow Sku Rental JOHNSON MOTORS GLASSPAR BOATS 'l Sales and Servuce fa FRANK MCMANUS LA 3 7121 HI AKAGI g m 1532 PARK STREET ALAMEDA 6 I L., 1 - o - v . I I . 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Y .. . ef f I " BENS TV LAkehurst 3 5500 LAkehurs1 2 9375 1303 PARK STREET 1804 WEBSTER STREET OPEN10AMTO7PM OPEN9AMTO9PM RCA DUMONT EMERSON PACKARD BELL Experts an Rcdno and T V Service ALAMEDA S LARGEST SALES SERVICE CENTER BEAN AND CAVANAUGH Over 40 Years of Conhnuous Servuce Mg,-Ngypp DE soro PLYMOUTH A A A A AR A P RK ST T S NT CL A LAMEDA T700 PARK STREET ALAMEDA CALIF Theres Always Something Cookm of S T501 PARK STREET Phone LAkehurst 3 9977 FREE FAST DE'-'VERY 723 CENTRAL AVENUE ALAMEDA CALIF Phone lAkehursf 2 2552 TRY TUCKER S SUPER CREAMED ICE CREAM 1518 PARK STREET LA 2 4960 I LAkehurst 3-5246 I ' ' I I - I 1' Ti, -f 1 1 - T27 ALL THE MERCHANTS OF THE WEST ALAMEDA BUSINESS ASSOCIATION THE GRADUATING CLASSES OF JUNE 59 FEBRUARY 60 FULL OF ALMONDS BEST PAL CARDINAL FUDGE JUMBO CIRCUS FOODS INC EUCLID CANDY CO OF CALIFORNIA AGNEW REALTY co Al-AMEDA PAINT 81 WALLPAPER co WALLPAPER AND PAINTERS SUPPLIES f19596O FULL DU O O SE 2 6 8 Ak I' 3 O0 523 WE STER s AL MEDA Congrczfulote I I Alwoys Fresh and Delicious S F ' o xfends Wishes of Happiness cmd Succe f h C I1 CI - A - Phon L k I1 - 23 A K S EE - O 1 B L D COPELAND REALTY HOMES INCOME PROPERTIES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Alameda s Home FIncIIng SpecIaIIsts T536 WEBSTER STREET LAIcehurst 3 9606 ALAMEDA HOBBYCRAFT T356 PARK STREET ALAMEDA CALIF MODELS CRAFTS HOBBIES GAMES ARTIST SUPPLIES LAkehurst 3 3980 DInners Luncheon Banquets CocktaIIs THE DRIFTWOOD FINE FOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES COMPLETE BANQUET FACILITIES Seatnng Capaclty 2O T25 Organ PIano Muslc NIteIy T3T3 PARK STREET LAIcehurst 2 5T4T HOME TV 8I RADIO SERVICE Servlce Them In the Home When PossIbIe Phone LAkehurst 3 4488 T63T PARK STREET ALAMEDA CALIF MISS ALAMEDA LADIES APPAREL Telephone TWInoaIcs 3 OTOO 4 T7TI'I STREEI OAKLAND CALIF THE ISLAND JEWELERS DIAMONDS WATCH REPAIR ENGRAVING WM C HARTLEY Owner VIRGINIA HARTLEY Manager LAIcehurst 3 2450 T504 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA CALIF DON BERNAL CO PHOTO oFFsET PRINTING Don BernaI LAIcehurst 2 5553 734 CENTRAL AVENUE ALAMEDA CALIF BEST WISHES SENIORS HERFF JONES CO CALIFORNIA DIVISION T26 POST STREET SAN FRANCISCO CLASS RINGS PINS MEDALS Graduatlon Announcements and Cards Guaduatuon Robes and Choral Robes 9 I I , , , . . . . - I ll - - - ll - I , 1 - - 1 I 50 - , . , . I I - - I I I . PARISIAN LAUNDRY WEBSTER ELECTRIC CO mo UN ON TELEVISION RADIO Telephone LAkehurst 3 0626 HOME APPLIANCES SALES and SERVICE LAlcehuIst 2 75113 23W UNCOLN AVENUE T508 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA CALIF DOROTHY S ServIng HI School GIrls In Alameda for 26 Years wIth the FInest In SwIm SUITS Pedal Pushers Shorts Blouses Play Clothes SkIrts Sweaters and Casual Clothes' T410 PARK STREET LAlcehurst 2 5033 TRADER BICKNELL TELEVISION APPLIANCES COMPLETE CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT Dont Throw lt Away Trade lt ln' LAkehurst 3 8500 T522 I8 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA CAMISA BROS ESTABLISHED 1931 Roofing Sheet Metal Heatmg LAlcehurst 2 7266 l9Ol BROADWAY ALAMEDA CALIF ALAMEDA MUFFLER SERVICE 2338 BLANDING LAkehurst 2 I MUFFLERS INSTALLED FREE' We have the Mumer wlth a wrItten Lnfehme of Your Car Guarantee LEUCK REALTY 1300 ENCINAL AVENUE ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA Faye Leuck Murray Ellason John MItcheorn Lola Bennett u Oo I , . 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We Pey Sales 8t Servtce Rent or Buy Phone LAkel1urst 3 7164 1531'2 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA CALIF 1856 cent S125 O0 1877 cent S 1 O 19085 cent 1914D cent 9 Complete Catalog of Prlces Pand S1 00 I - , , - I - 314 ' T.v. - A - T 5.0 S 3.50 ' S .00 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES in """ "'f,?:'.." -53-fn I A1 , I A v Tw Q T MORTUARY A' " ,Eff fff sii N T, I-IAGY-KEENAN P E O EI bf 1 CK 4 Il' III. I IIII '7,' I I.T, i 1 . . Ia . ,YK5'IEi.5 g ... . :.. I.a1 CENTRAL AT NINTH STREET LALQIIUIEEI 346821 OUR CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES fo The NEW GRADUATES from THE BANKS IN ALAMEDA ROSEMARY NAS ALAMEDA LADIES APPAREL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION I5O9 WEBSTER STREET Congrofulofuons To The Grcduomng LAkehurst 2 7959 CICISS of T959 I Extends Wishes for Success cmd THE ALAMEDA STEAM BAT:-as FIRESIDE THE FINLAND ROCK STEAM BATHS Phone I.AkeI1urst3-2344 DANCING EVERY NITE SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE Tuesdcnys Sotuvdoys 10 OO till 9 OO p m Sundays 8001lII600pm Also by Appomrmem LAkeI1ursI 2 7400 1453A WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA 1001 SANTA CLARA AVENUE ALAMEDA HAMILTON BROS I: R NEVILLE ALAMEDA BOOTERY 1514 WEBSTER STREET LAkeI1ursT2 3913 SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY INSURANCE SINCE IQO6 Best of Luck to the Grads of June 59 Feb 60 Remember on the Woy Poly Debs ond ne Automobule Funmture Spoldmgs WIII Guude You Right Furs Jewelry Comeros 1434 PARK STREET ALAMEDA . .wv 5359431-1. 5-ovrffx' 151317 IOITHIOS O a Qpcxrkw 1Q EVICITTIHQ 4 EX, V5 xx X ii I Ifx 3 f' ,.....--'T' row :mms L-mr 1:2 MJ 'X fl A-"ff VL! 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FOSTER Bus. LAkehurst 3-8147 LAkehurst 2-7667 633 BUENA VISTA ALAMEDA 1329 PARK STREET ALAMEDA Res. LAkehurst 2-2379 PLAY GOLF at the ALAMEDA MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE FEES Week Days S 0 Saturdays Sundays Holidays 1 75 Monthly Ticket 10 OO Monthly Ticket fvoid Saturdays Sundays Holidaysj 8 OO SPECIAL RATES TO ENCINAL HIGH STUDENTS 75qZ after 2 30 on School Days LAkehurst 2 4321 SCOTT Florist CORSAGES 8. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 107 Off for Student Body Card Holders Phone LAkehurst 2 3456 1520 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA 4 I 1.5 O . D. , X iv., I 1,4 ' -Y . M ' 2? I I ' ,y oo Q t at i U s I i 1 , t 1 , if , A if - . 8 . A. ' I tt,s 1 I ISLAND Auro Movie LAUNDRCMAT AND DRY CLEANERS 791 THAU WAY LAkehurst 2 7205 Wash Fluff Dry Fold Complete Fnnush Laundry Service Cleanlng Packed In Plastrc Bags FREE' Movie Pass With Each S5 O0 In Trade FREE' SUZANNE S PASTRY SHOPPE SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BIRTHDAY 8. WEDDING CAKES T519 WEBSTER STREET LAkehurst 3 2404 CHAPINS 2233 SOUTH SHORE CENTER GIFTS GREETING CARDS Leather Goods Founta n Pens Socual Statuonery In your first Job :OWLING Lt 5 the Zztfle fhmgs that count BEING PART OF THE TELEPHONE TEAM MEANS Worknng wth fellows and gurls your own age Earnung good pay rnght from the start Enloyang many plus values ncludlng pald vacatlons regular rarses a lrberal benefit plan and advancement opportunn tres too Mak ng ne frrends Interesting work pleasant surroundlngs and belng helped by a frnendly supervisor and lots more A Pacuflc Telephone I35 I I - i .A..1 IT V X E VC . . ,, ,, i . Af qll, E.: B, TTU? ,' get-I .A" . . l , . -I . ' . -flu ey ' rrs r'rrse A f - if-f??s?s2sffsf:12s2 -1t1. -' 1 J' ' . . . .I , . . i W . ' . . I . . GOOD LUCK GRADUATES from BARKER TILTON Heodquorfers for LANE CEDAR CHESTS ALWAYS THE BEST IN MOVIE ENTERTAINMENT Pho e LAkeITurs1 2 0345 2317 CENTRAL AVENUE LAkeh S12 4433 PARK ST AT ALAMEDA AVE ALAMEDA Congrafulahons, Sensors' Now How ABOUT THAT CAREER IN BUSINESS ceo o or oe o pec y edfote HEALDS BUSINESS COLLEGE 2142 BROADWAY OAKLAND H ghgofe 4 0201 CongraTuIa'rlons To The Graduahng Classes of JUNE 1959 FEBRUARY T960 TIMES STAR PRESS 1516 OAK STREET LAkeITursf 3 1200 ALAMEDA 6 I I C n - . ur V I O O I Let us tell you about the exching positions in of11ces in this r W ifingf TIT s who re 5 ioll troin r' IT m , I - . O PHOTOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTERS TEMPQ MUSIC SHQP ot ALAMEDA RECORDS Instrumentals - Rentals - Repairs CAMERAS - FILMS E SUPPLIES MUSIC LESSONS Repairs - Projectors and Film-Rentals w B ' TR LAR h 3-6152 1406 PARK STREET LAREIWSI 2-5487 1510 E STER 5 EET e WS' THE CITY OF ALAMEDA THE ALAMEDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE congratulate the Graduating Classes of June 59 February 60 IN COOPERATION WITH THE ALAMEDA CITY COUNCIL on THE ALAMEDA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SIGNAL OIL COMPANY CENTRAL DISTRICT T918 Park Street Alameda Calutornna 60 hffaef wlrh H fWJTxQ,Q1:'fx A! '4XA A.. 31NmWIlI amlmif d d 4 ' 9 W -A I xx To A A ---.-E, E' 1 HES" C ' E Y 2 .LAM --K 5,1 'io-vim-F-Sq X XL C PL Y TE , F- VTP-s.Ei5.i'5L - -EN ,- F. 1 YAe'1L.41" ' , night, T 1 Y' 'vi va Y gr CONGRATULATIONS CLASSES OF 59 81 60 ALBURTS WISHES YOU HEALTH WEALTH AND HAPPINESS ALBURTS MEN S WEAR 1511 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA 3244 FOOTI-'IL BOULEVARD OAKLAND HUNTS JEWELRY CO DIAMONDS JEWELRY WATCHES Wofch cmd Jewelry Repcur T430 PARK STREET LAkehurst 2 3280 BLUNDEN TOT AND TEEN SHOP Phone LAkehurs1 3 I877 BEST WISHES TO ENCINAL HI 'I445 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA ALAMEDA SHADE SHOP WINDOW SHADES ond VENETIAN BLINDS LAkehurs1 2 0633 914 CENTRAL AVENUE ALAMEDA CALIF HARMS ART SHOP Phone LAkehurst 2 7616 'I5I3 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA . I I - 1 I I i L I I , . STIER S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS 9 to 9 Danly I0 to 6 Every Other Sunday WEBSTER AT SANTA CLARA Phone LAIceI'1urst 2 I633 RENARD CATERING SERVICE PRIVATE DINING ROOM Wedd ng Receptnons Banquets Service Clubs BOB RENARD LAIcehurst 2 7980 2-43I CENTRAL AVENUE ALAMEDA CALIF WEBSTER MOTORS SELECTED USED CARS LAkehurst 3 7472 CLEARMAN S REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Agents Hartto d Fure Insurance Company T809 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA 1453 WEBSTER STREET BE MODERN AND UP TO DATE INSIST ON AN ALL ELECTRIC HOME LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY INEXPENSIVE' FAST' CLEAN' BUREAU OF ELECTRICITY 2440 SANTA CLARA AVENUE ALAMEDA CALIFORNIA Use More Electrlcuty In Alameda It s Cheaoer' I39 I I F . , - . I Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company . . . , FAMILY SHOE STORE CONGRATULATES THE GRADUATING CLASS I507 WEBSTER STREET ALAMEDA LAkehurst 2 61 I8 ORCHID CLEANERS Where Cusfomers Send Th ur Friends Phone LAIcehurs1 2 7424 T202 LINCOLN ALAMEDA CALIF EDWARD L REED STATE FARM INSURANCE Home Phone LAkehursT 3 0635 LAkehurs'r 3 8284 LAkehursT 3 8285 LEWIS B GROPER ALAMEDAS STERLING JEWELER See the Finest un NcmonoIIy Known Sterl ng Snlver DIAMONDS MOUNTINGS FAMOUSWATCHES DIAMOND RINGS AND MOUNTINGS Regnstered Jewelers Amerucon Gem Socuefy T503 WEBSTER STREET LAkehursf 2 8300 ll Q' ' ll 2422 SANTA CLARA AVE. ALAMEDA, CALIF. 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