Fallbrook Union High School - Moccasin Yearbook (Fallbrook, CA)
- Class of 1953
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Editor: ludy Carneron. Art Editor: Laurilyn
Sikking. Class Editor: Maureen lameson.
Copy Editor: Dorothy Teller. Layout Editor:
Barbara Peratt. Senior Editor: Norine Peter-
son. Advertising: Ann Gordon. Business
Manager: Priscilla Allen. Photography: Bill
Paige. Publicity: Alayne Sikking. Staff Sec-
retary: Anne Knowles. Advisor: Mrs. Martha
To you you who have walked these halls of knowledge
you who have shared m the tmumphs and dlsappomt
ments you who have been the very eQsence of the spmt
that makes a school hve to you the Moccasm Staff of
1952 1953 dechcates Th1S book
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I first found out about it when the phone rang
one day and-
"We-Wa Warrior-private investigator?"
"This is Iohn Brinegar, principal of Fall-
brook High School. We have a problem.
Something is in the air and no one seems
able to put his finger on it. We'd like to have
you investigate and see who is responsible
for this state of affairs."
"In other words, you want me to find out
"I'll look into the matter right away."
Little did I know that this was to be the
most baffling investigation of my career!
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Who put the worm in the Apple?
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Mr Wllharnson was expostulatmg to an ap-
parently 1nnocuous group when I entered the
Student Counc1I Room Slnce the COUDCII was
not 1n the posltlon to be dlsturbed I s11ently wrth
drew Id attend to them later
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I thought that I'd make everything legal by re- '
questing loyalty oath from all the members of
the I-louse. I gave up, though, "when I found out E '
how many committees would have to investigate
FIRST ROW: Bette Harada, Norine Peterson, Priscilla Allen, Lynn Dean, Richard Wilbur, Lynn
Enigenburg, Susan Myers, Almeda Moon. SECOND ROW: Mr. O, K, Williamson, Nancy O'Neal,
Allan Forsyth, Patricia Aubrey, William Wester, loan Iuelson, Timothy Wilbur, Lyonal Reed,
Willa Sue Morris, Melvin Mojado, Iudith Hancock, Christopher Bowen, Susanne Scroggy, Iohn
Dorothy Teller, Edward Mitchell, Paul-Gene
Takenaga, Larry Lillie, Donna Galloway.
Christopher Bowen, George McDonald,
Iohn B. Brinegar
Superintendent O. Kenneth Williamson
Boys' Physical Education
A PANEL OF. ..
The Board of Trustees was having its regular monthly meeting, so I Went in
hopes of unearthing a clue. Mr. Brinegar introduced me.
"Members of the Board, this is We-Wa Warrior, private eye. Could any of
you give him information leading to the discovery of WHO DUNIT?"
No one was able to help me.
"It's beginning to look as if the mystery of WHO DUNIT is going to be a tough
case to crack," said Mr. Henry Dean, chairman of the Board of Trustees, "we
feel it's the perfect crime. What makes you think you can solve it?"
The pressure was on!
Mr. N. Leroy Sutton, Mr. Henry B. Dean, Mr. F. D. Fitzsimmons, Mr. Robert B, Bleeker, Miss Mary E. Golden.
W. Arbelbide Martha L. Bishop Robert Clarno
Boys' Physical Edugqiion Social Studies American History
Iournalism California Cadet Corps
PROFESSICNALS . . .
Carlin Coffman Mary lean Coffman Mary lane Cornell
Biology Girls' Physical Education Weaving
Boys' Physical Education CFCIHS
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Lilian Croonquist Ralph Enander Anne C, Goodwin
Government Agriculture French
Lloyd Von Hgden Earl Hoppes Gladys T. l-luscher
Band Science Homemaking
Glee Club Mathematics Girls' Counselor
Boys' Physical Education
Robert P. Ienks Coburn Palmer l-lolton W Ravn
Mechanical Drawing English Ameficcn HlSlOfY
Melal Shop Iournalisrn E1'1Ql1Sl'1
Patricia A, Rotherrnel Harry Vix Rhoda A. Young
Typing Wood Shop Algebra
Bookkeeping General Shop English
Shorthand Boys' Physical Education
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I saw a group of smug looking Seniors heading
toward Mrs Brinegar's office. They looked as though
they had discovered something about WI-IO DUNIT
and Were going to tell Mr, Brinegar. What the
deucel They were supposed to tell me. I barged'
into the office and to my embarrassment inter-
rupted the regular Tuesday meeting of the Warrior
I-leads. As I made an unobtrusive exit I still couldn't
help thinking that they knew something.
FIRST ROW: Norine Peterson, Dorothy Teller, Barbara Peratt, Charlene Hutton, Lynn Dean. SECOND ROW Ed
ward Mojado, Iames McCreedy, George McDonald.
The first group to offer its services was the
C. S. F. It seemed logical that anyone who
could scrape up ten points in A's and B's on
his report card should be able to crack this
WHO DUNIT caper.
"Even though the C. S. F. is busy with its
trips and activities," said Mrs. Young, group
adviser, "I'll tell the members to watch for
any unusual occurrence."
"Thank you. I appreciate your willingness
to help. I'll probably need it."
FIRST ROW: Brian Pa-rks, Carolyn Lillie, Barbara Peratt, Iudy
Cameron, Ann Walker, Maureen Iameson, Lynn Enigen-
burg, Patricia Wilson. SECOND ROW: Donald Stevenson,
Iudy Hancock, Dorothy Telfer, Lynn Dean, Anne Knowles
Iacqueline Bernardin, Marianne Stokes, Norma Uminoi
THIRD ROW1 Edward Mitchell, Barbara Winzell, Diane
Staude, Paul-lean Takenaga, Bette Harada. FOURTH ROW,
Thomas Hopkins, Stephen Garnsey, Robert Scott, Morey
Iameson, Iohn Walker, Richard Schober, Mrs. Young, Robert
Mapes, August Clancy, Connie Gibson. Not shown: Agnes
Koga, Richard Wilbur, Barbara Mann, Helen Kinney, Bonnie
Lincoln, Raymond Bell
Anne Knowles, CSF. second semester president,
Dorothy Telfer, C.S F, first serrister president.
Iudy Cameron, Dorothy Teller, Laurilyn Sikking, Alayne Sikking, William
Paige , Anne Knowles, Ann Walker, Ann Gordon, Maureen Iameson, ,
Norine Peterson, Priscilla Allen, Barbara Peratt, Mrs. Martha Bishop. SQ,
Not shown: Allan Forsyth. ' tm
A mysterious air surrounded room 30. People went 1
in and out stealthily. The door was always closed
during sixth period. At midnight l had seen a light
shining from the window. Everyone was bustling
about in a secretive manner.
I stopped Mrs. Bishop, the teacher who was there
at that time, and asked her what was going on.
"I can't tell you, We-Wa, but I'll give you a hint-
it's the Moccasin stail at Work."
Things made sense now. The theme and con-
tents oi the annual were secret. The light must be
from midnight oil burned by copy and layout ed-
itors to make final shipments.
l felt that the Moccasin staff had something up its IUDY CAMERON. Editor
sleeve, but I wasn't sure just what it was.
FIRST ROW: Richard Schober, Denver Davis, Roger McDonald, Shirley
Corn, Henry Salgado, Chester Haselwood, Richard Wilbur. SECOND
ROW: Susan Myers, Lynn Enigenburg, Mary Sue Sawday, Mary White,
Mr, Coburn Palmer, Ann Gordon, Ianice Wann, Edward Hostetter. THIRD
ROW: Iune Gonzales, David Hedrick, Carolyn Lillie, Iudith Hancock.
Ierry Brittain, Kay Ward, Alayne Sikking
What was that? Bleed the page? What a lead! I
dashed into the room from which the startling state-
ment had come, feeling sure that it was my first
solid clue. I was disappointed to see only the Torna-
hawk staff busy at work. I should have known,
"bleed the page" was only part of the newspaper
"Mr Palmer, the Tomahawk has access to most
of the school gossip. Has anything been said that
would throw some light on the subject of WHO
"Not to my knowledge. Our ace reporter is cover-
ing it now. If he digs up anything l'll let you know."
Another futile promise. There just had to be an
answer to this riddle.
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SHIRLEY CORN Editor
FIRST ROW: Gisela Oelkers, Charlie Chamness, Marvin Muller, William Wester, George McDonald, Larry Lillie
Brian Parks, Buckley Brown, Morey Iameson, Victor McPherson SECOND ROW' Diana Staude, Barbara Peratt,
ludy Cameron, William Barkow. THIRD ROW: Doris McDowell, Eugene Andrews, Fritz Melsheimer, Thomas
Powell, Richard Roll, Roger Stebbins, Michael Bell, Arthur Pentico, Howard McManigill. FOURTH ROW' Iuanita
McDowell, Pearl McDowell, Nancy Donahue, Edith Bcrrkow, Virginia Clayton, Kathryn Teller, Ioyce Leon, Pat
Aubry, Mrs, Anne Goodwin, Gary Soudan, Richard Schober, Wesley Kehler, Allred Hopkins, Robert Hinkel,
Thomas Hopkins. Not shown: Maureen lame-son, Anne Knowles, Iudith Hancock, Susanne Scroggy, Betty Maie
Adams, Edward Mitchell.
I couldn't see what French-
men had to do with the
F R E N C H mystery, but suspicion was
aroused by the strange ap-
pearance ot the new mem-
bers of Le Quartier Francais
C IJ U B I asked Mrs. Goodwin,
group sponsor, to explain.
"It's very simple, We-Wa.
The new members are being
Nancy Donahue, Treasurer, Roger Stebbins, President, initiated today. The GTIISIS'
smocks and palettes are part
ot the procedure. Were hav-
ing a party tonight. Come
along it you like."
Taking this explanation at
face value, I decided this
group was innocent ol any
"No thanks, Mrs. Goodwin,
I have to be oft to other in-
Patricia Aubrey, Secretary. Not shown Gisela Oelkers,
Larry Lillie, President, Viola Arroya, Secretary, Allan
Forsyth, Social Chaimian.
"We-Wa, we're having a Pifiatcx party. Would you like to join us?"
"Thanks, Larry, that would be swell."
This invitation by Larry Lillie, president of Los Guerreros. was the break I'd
been awaiting. The pifxata-what better place was there to hide incriminating
I went to the party early, hoping to get a good look into the pificxta. but Mrs.
Croonquist, club adviser, stopped me.
"Why We-Wa, that's not right. You'll have to wait until it is broken,"
I was too filled with curiosity to leave without seeing what it contained, so
I waited until it was broken. A jumble ot candy and presents tell out-nothing
else. Completely disgusted, I departed from the festive scene.
"Adi6s. amigof' the Spanish students chorused.
"Adi6s," I mumbled under my breath.
FIRST ROW Viola Arroyo, Priscilla Allen, Norine
Peterson, Mary lean Arenas, Barbara Thurber.
leanne Forsyth, Rose Marie Norman, Ann Walker,
Donna Galloway, Lynn Dean, Charlene Gant
SECOND ROW Ioan Fee, Catherine Grant, Linda
Barcello, Anne Knowles, Iudy Gibbs, Nancy Heald,
Dorothy Teller THIRD ROW: Relane Bowles, Iudith
White, Carol Iohrison, Charlene Hutton, Ioyce
Leon, Iane Brown, Ioan Iuelson, Io Wilson, Bruce
Enigenburg, FOURTH ROW, Mrs Lillian Croon-
quist, Annabelle Vines, Betty Maie Adams, Flora
Beach, Ioanne Garwood, Iames Armtield, Stephen
Garnsey, Albert Banks, Timothy Wilbur, Iohn Bere
nardin, Robert Mapes, FIFTH ROW George Mcf
Donald, Brian Parks, Buckley Brown, Larry Lillie,
Allan Forsyth, William Brannick, Robert Hansen
Barbara Peratt, Treasurerg Ieanne Forsyth,
Sophomore Representativeg lanice Noguchi,
Secretory Bette l-larada, Art Chairrriahg Dar-
lene Olive, Vice-P-resident, Laurilyn Silcking,
Publicity Chairmang Della Nora Bibb, lunior
Representative Wilma Gomez, Freshman
Representative Charlene Hutton, Welfare
Chairman Lynn Dean, President, Mrs, Gladys
l-luscher, Advisor Not shown. Helen Sharp-
less, Senior Representative
I quit. When you have to investigate a whole
school ol girls, that's too much. l was ready to
give up this case and go home to my reservation.
"No, We-Wa, please we need you. lt it will
help matters you Wor1't have to interrogate the
Girls' League. l've always heard girls were in-
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EIRST ROW Errol Lewis, loseph Castillo, Wayne McAdams, Robert Scott,
lohn Iohnson SECOND ROW' Edward Calac, Walter Amsler, Shigiuchi Uchi-
mura, Richard Koga, Mr Ralph Enander, William Stchlman, Lloyd Ellis, Don-
ald Thompkins, Melvin Moiado, William Harada, Kenneth Aguilar, Robert
Calac, Gerri Griffith, Edward Mojado, George Clark, Larry Dawes, William
Schell, Ronald Parkinson, Stephen Beach, Harold Wilson, Warren Estes, Philip
Myers, Clyde Langford, Michael Perinich.
The F. F. A. was the second organization to offer
"It is the aim of the Future Farmers of America
to train boys to become better farmers or ranchers,"
said Mr. Enander, head of the local chapter, "but I
guess there's no law against training them as detec-
tives in time of need. If any one of the boys notices
anything strange around the campus l'll have him
l was grateful for this offer, although I prided
myself on being able to work alone. I definitely
George Clark, Secretary, William Harada, Presi-
dent, Edward Mojado, Sentinelg Larry Dawes,
Treasurer. Not Shown' Berkeley Calac. Vice-
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nsr Row: Robert Hansen, Iames Mecreedy, Hal Potter, Edward Mo- CCC- advisor
'ado. SECOND ROW: William Paige, Stephen Beach, Halbert Hall, Iohn
Standerfer. THIRD ROW: Sidney Kaufman, Henry Salgado, Ronald Wood-
rey, Iames Pelsma. FOURTH ROW: Robert Stewart, Roger McDonald,
sley Burr, Warren Estes. FIFTH ROW: Dale Allen, Chester Hazelwood,
Homer Rail, Billy Lee. SIXTH ROW: Ion Potter, Richard Stoner, Vernon
ritchka, Charles Robinson. SEVENTH ROW: Wayne McAdams, Edward
Voorhees. Carl Weber, Harvey Pankow, Arthur Pentico, Lawrence Newman.
'Tenshunl About face! Hup 2, 3, 4! Company halt! The
California Cadet Corps 'was at it again. The perfect
C A D E T C O R P S formations, shouted orders and the seriousness of the
cadets kept me so interested that I plumb forgot to ask
them about WHO DUNIT. Oh well, they were too busy
training to have time to engage in any shady doings.
Edward Moiado, Robert Stewart, Robert Hansen, Edward Voorhees, Dale Allen, Sidney Kaufman, Wayne McAdams,
Iohn Standerfer, Chester Hazelwood, Iames McCreedy, Lawrence Newman, Ion Potter, Hal Potter, William Paige, Harvey
Pankow, Vernon Tritchka, Carl Weber, Roger McDonald, Arthur Pentico, Homer Rail, Charles Robinson, Henry Salgadc,
Billy Lee, Esley Burr, Warren Estes, Iames Pelsma, Stephen Beach, Ronald Woodrey, Halbert Hall, Richard Stoner.
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FIRST ROW: Iudy Cameron, Rose Marie Norman, Donna Clancy, Iune Gonzales, Viola Arroyo, Flora Beach, Io
Ann Garwood, Edith Barkow, Annabelle Vines, Carol Iohnson, Marie Koga, Anne Knowles. SECOND ROW: Bar-
bara Peratt, Nancy Donahue, Wilma Gomez, Eve Ann Shaw, Sylvia Bauer, Susan Myers, Mary Sue Sawday,
Patricia Wilson, Kathryn Teller, Iacqueline Bernardin, ,Iudith George, Gisela Oelkers, Sachiko Tanouye. THIRD
ROW: Iudy Gibbs, Rita Groom, Barbara Hall, Helen Kinney, Caroline Flores, Mary White, Lynn Enigenburg, Agnes
Koga, Margarita Meza, Carol Diaz, Nancy O'Neal, lane Brown, Ioyce Leon. FOURTH ROW: Donna Galloway,
Nancy Heald, Charlene Gant, Frances Farley, Mary Matsumoto, Margaret Gladding, Mcrrilee Smith, Marianne
Stokes, Mary Uchimura, Laurilyn Sikking, Priscilla Allen, Mariquita Salvatierra, Laverne Stuart, Marilyn Ackles.
"Brrr-that Water is freezing. lt's like jumping into
"Don't I know it! I dread the thought ot playing
Nothing out ot the ordinary about that conversa-
tion-the water was cold. I had tested it before the
water carnival, Parade of the Months, started.
Any club that could put on such a splendid water
show certainly must be on the level, I reasoned.
This case was becoming more and more confusing.
FIRST ROW: Norine Peterson, Virginia Clayton, Ianice Noguchi,
Lynn Dean, Maureen Iaineson. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Teller,
V Akiko Matsumoto, Mary Iean Arenas, Sally Simpson.
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Kinsey, Almeda Moon, Helen Kinney, Barbara Hall, Caroline Flores, Nancy O'Neal, Eve Ann Shaw, Patrick Flani-
gan, Mr. Lloyd von Haden. SECOND ROW' Mary Helen Magee, Laverne Stuart, Agnes Koqa, Iudith George.
Laurel Knott, Wilma Gomez, Sylvia Bauer, Sharon McManig:ll, Rose Meison, Marilee Smith, Diana Staude, Charlotte
Magee, Frances Farley, Donna Clancy, Mary Matsumoto, Sachiko Tanouye, Sally Simpson
Strange noises and shouts filled the air suggesting the high-pitched screams ot
a terror-stricken victim.
I stopped short. Then I ran down the hall, threw open the door, and-it was
the Glee Club learning a new song.
But as I listened to the beautiful spring concert I realized that those strange
sounds had harmony after all This clue having tailed, I Went on to check on
the schools sportsmen.
Down in fron!!
What a racket!
Casey at the bat
ROYA L T Y
CHRISTMAS FORMAL FOOTBALL RODEO CONTESTANTS
Della Nora Bibbl, Queen. lane
Barbara Peratt, Lynn Dean,
FIRST ROW: Margaret Havens, Barbara Winzell
SECOND ROW: Barbara Bell, Charlene Gant, Susie
Morris, Donna Galloway, Darlene Olive.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Gerald East, vice-presidentg Nancy Heald, treasurerg
Donna Galloway, secretaryg George Yackey, president,
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Norma Umino, secretaryg Winston Wade, president
Patricia Wilson, treasurer. NOT SHOWN: Tony Brown,
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Barbara Thurber, secretary Willa Sue Morris, treas-
urer Wesley Kehler, president Darlene Olive, vice-
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Della Nora Bibb, Bruce Enigenburg, Iudy Cameron, Allan Forsyth, Dorothy Teller.
"Ya got it? Let's hit it!! We got a T-E-A-M that's
onlthe B-E-A-M!" "Little red rooster, sittin' on a
fence!" "First and ten, do it again! I like it, I like
it!" Taking a shot in the dark to revive my cour-
age, I braved the clamor of the crowd in hopes ot
picking up the trail. IWhat I won't go through
tor a cluelll
I watched the songleaders bounce through a few
songs CI like it, I like itll but there was nothing
shady about their conduct. I decided that going
to a game at Fallbrook High School was a noisy
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Lynn Dean, Norine Peterson, Shirley Corn.
FIRST ROW: Gilbert Bennett, Wesley Kehler, David Hedrick, Lyonal Heed, William Harada, George McDonald,
Edward Mojado, Billy Lee, Robert Baker, Edward Mitchell, Iohn Standerfer, Iohn Bernardin. SECOND ROW: Gerald
East, Stephen Beach, Coach Carlin Coffman, Iames McCreedy, Cha-rles Bell, Buckley Brown, Edward Calac, Chester
Haselwood, Charles Martin, James Pelsma, Robert Hansen, James Grevatt, William Shrode, Brian Parks, William
VARSIT F COTBALL
"Hey, do you call that a pass?"
"Your job of receiving wasn't so hot either!"
"Listen, stupid, coach said to tackle me-not to run through me!"
"Oh clam up, if you don't like the way I tackle you can leave."
With these dramatic words-ringing in my ears, I decided to snoop around the
squad and find out what was up. This is what I found-
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lleft with no new evidence, but I was feeling very proud of the victorious 1952
Varsity Football Squad.
Copxom CARLIN COFFMAN, coach 00,5 M
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I found the co captams Edd1e Moyado and Tornrny McDonald talkmg about
sornethxng rn a low tone Ah hal Perhaps here was some new evldencel But
the1r secrets were only football maneuvers There wasnt anythlng armss about
thrs dlscusslon Vou should always expecl days l1ke these rn my profess1on I
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FIRST ROW Kenneth Agutlar Robert Baker Charles Bell Raymond Bell Gllbert Bennett SECOND
ROW Buckley Brown Clyde Burton Berkley Calac Edward Calac Iames Grevatt THIRD ROW
W1ll1am Harada Harry Harvey Chester Haselwood Robert Hansen Davld Hedrxck FOURTH
ROW Wesley Kehler B1lly Lee Charles Martm Iames McCreeay Bemamm Magante FIFTH
ROW Edward Mttchel Melvm Molado Brtan Parks Lyonal Reed Iohrx Standerler
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FIRST ROW: Howard McManigill, Fritz Melsheimer, Billy Hroch, Denver Davis, Winston Wade, Darwin Wann, Gerri
Griffith, Robert Hinkel, Donald Tompkins, August Clancy, Iames George. SECOND ROW: Dale Allen, Timothy
Wilbur, Thomas Powell, Larry Scrape, Edward Clancy, Richard Koga, Ernst Borchert, Warren Roll, William Stahlman,
Clyde Langford. THIRD ROW: Michael Perinich, Lee Goar, Robert Hamilton, Gary Soudan, Lloyd Ellis, Morey lame-
son, Alan Ross, Christopher Bowen, Richard Roll, Gerald Boisclair, Robert Williams. FOURTH ROW: Coach O. K.
Williamson, Charlie Chamness, Henry Salgado, Arthur Pentico, Eugene Andrews, Anthony Brown, Victor MacPherson,
Manuel Molina, Halbert Hall, Ioseph Castillo, William Berthelson, Coach Baldwin, FIFTH ROW: Larry Newman, Iohn
Walker, Robert Mapes, Larry Morse, Ray Beck, Carl Weber, Iohn Iohnson, Harry Williams.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
5 .A - If Timothy Wilbur, most valuable player, Robert Mapes, manager, Darwin
H . l - Wann, outstanding player and honorary captain
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FIRST ROW: Edward Mojado, David Hedrick, Melvin Mojado, Wesley Kehler.
SECOND ROW: Robert Hansen, Albert Banks, Homer Rail, Stephen Beach,
Roger Stebbins, William Schell, Richard Salvatierra,
EDDIE MOIADO, Captain
Stephen Beach, David Hedrick, Edward Mojado, Robert Hanson, Homer
Rail, Melvin Mojado, Wesley Kehler, Albert Banks, Roger Stebbins, Rich-
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William Wester, Timothy lNllbUl' SECOND ROW Walter Arnsler, manager,
Coach Coffman, Frank Bell, Howard Mclvtanigill, Winston Wade, Billy Lee,
Frank Orr, Gerald East, manager
Shoot! Shoot! My trained ears picked up these incriminat-
ing Words as l drew my tomahawk and raced for the gym.
All I found were the basketball teams practicing for the
next game. Everyone was talking about these scores.
FIRST ROW: William Barkow, Denver Davis, Richard Koga, Manuel Molina
SECOND ROW: Donald Tompkins, Thomas Powell, Stephen Garnsey, Mr.
O. K. Williamson, Thomas Wood, Morey Iameson.
FIRST ROW: Harold Wilson, Lee Goar, William Stahlrnan, Edward
Voorhees, Richard Stoner. SECOND ROW: Iohn Walker, Anthony
Brown, Coach Williamson, Michael Perinich, Robert Mapes.
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rence Newman, Fritz Melsheimer, Mr, OK. Williamson.
The members of the "Oh
Glorious" tennis team
were too busy being pur-
sued by "Sam" or chasing
balls to turn their atten-
As for the swimming
team-well, they threat-
ened me with a splash-
ing, so I hastily retreated.
Lawrence Newman, Howard McManigi1l, Fritz Melsheimer, Buckley Brown,
Edward Mitchell, Robert Hansen,
FIRST ROW: lames Armfield, Thomas Hopkins, Donald Stevenson, Marvin
Muller, Everett McGehee, Allan Forsyth, SECOND ROW: Mr. "Sam" Hoppes,
Stephen Garnsey, Gilbert Bennett, William Brannick, Michael Bell, Edward
Hostetter, William Wester.
Our track team in action.
"I-ley, you're going to get dizzy running around that track so fast. What's going
on anyway, with all these strange people here?
"Oh, hi, We-Wa. We're having a track meet. Those strange people, as you
call them, are students from the other schools."
"Do you think they could help me on this mystery?"
"I doubt it, they're busy trying to Win this meet. Why don't you take oft for
a while and watch, we're bound to win today!"
FIRST ROW: Iames Grevatt, William Harada, Sidney Kauf-
man, Larry Lillie. SECOND ROW: Eugene Koga, August
Clancy, Arthur Pentico, Walter Arnsler, Esley Burr, Albert
Banks, Buckley Brown, Brian Parks, Iohn Bernardin. THIRD
ROW: Iohn Standerter, Chester Hazelwood, Howard Mc-
Manigill, Robert Hansen, Charles Martin, Edward Mitchell,
Bruce Enigenburg, Vernon Tritchka.
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FIRST ROW: Wesley Kehler, Timothy Wilbur, Richard Wilbur, Donald Tompkins, Kenneth Aguilar, SECOND ROW:
Edward Calac, Billy Lee, Thomas McDonald, Edward Mojado, Icfmes Pelsma, Ronald Woodrey, Melvin Mojado, Robert
I scrutinized the baseball team, hoping to
find some "foul" play, but there was no "ily"
in the ointment. The EHS. baseball team
had no strikes against them. I was hoping
to make a "home run" with the mystery, but
there must have been an "error" in my de-
ductions, because my idea turned out to be
a "pop ball."
Kenneth Aguilar, Wesley Kehler, Billy Lee, Timothy Wilbur,
Richard Wilbur, Edward Calac, Edward Mojado.
FIRST ROW: Warren Estes, William Schell, Roger Stebbins, Richard Salvatierra, Bill Hroch, Eugene Andrews,
William Stahlman, Errol Lewis, William Barkow, Manuel Molina, Clyde Burton. SECOND ROW: Gerald Bois-
clair, Ernest Borchert, Richard Roll, Iames George, Michael Perinich, Anthony Brown, Lee Goar, Lloyd Ellis,
Coach Arbelbide, Frank Orr, Darwin Wann, Freddy Nelson, Gerald East, Leroy Gentry, Benjamin Morgante,
and Robert Scott,
Why on earth should I check the
girls' swimming class? You
could never get away with any-
thing in a pool with a life guard
there. Besides the girls are so
busy working on routines for
the aquacade. Guess I'll stick
around for awhile anyway and
perhaps take a dip myself-me
with all those females.
Gisela Oelkers, ludy Cameron, Priscilla Allen, Ioyce Leon, lane Brown.
I-l'mm this sounds interest-
ing, looks like fur is flying.
"You're Out! We're Up!!"
What is this, two culprits,
against each other? lt only I
could get closer, l'd find out.
Closer, closer, closer-egad-
only a girls' softball game!
Carol Iohnson, Shirley Corn, Alayne Sikking, Kay Ward,
56 Linda Brannick, Barbara Hall
What's that? Girls' football?
"No, We-Wa, it's speedawaylu
"Well, maybe so, but no mat-
ter what it is, I think I'1l interrupt
them long enough to find out it
they know anything about WHO
Virginia Clayton, Mary White, Mary lean Arenas, Kathryn
Teller, Margaret Gladding, Paul-Gene Tcrkenaga, Dorothy Tel-
ler, Iudith George, Ioyce Groom, Frances Farley, Norma Umino,
Lois Thom, Eve Ann Shaw.
Donna Galloway, Iudy Gibbs, Rose Marie Norman, Nancy Heald, Charlene Gcmt.
"3U-Love!! Ace! Love Game!"
This doesn't sound like mys-
tery, but it sounds interesting.
Who could it be? l certainly
didn't know this school let things
like this go on. CCouples being
together during classl On the
other hand, the school might not
know. Oh, goody, this is lun-
just a little better view. What a
disappointment-a tennis game
"Try a nook, Laurie, that might
"Heck, wefll have to try some-
thing new, they seem to get
away every time."
Boy, what a lead, now l'm on
the trail. All I have to do is sneak
up and I'll find WHO DUNIT.
"Yea, we won."-Crash!-
Girls came tumbling out of the
gym, and then I decided I was
foiled again. It was only a girls'
basket ball game.
FIRST ROW: Iudy Cameron, Priscilla Allen, Norine Peterson.
SECOND ROW: Lynn Dean, Barbara Peratt, Virginia Clayton,
Dorothy Telfer. Not Shown: Laurilyn Sikking
Hlnterterencel That ruins us,
now we'll have to try harder
I too, would have to try
harder, but could this help
me? No, Us usual, it was all
innocent. My mind seemed to
be playing tricks on me. I try
to make something ol every-
thing I hear.
Norma Umino, Kathryn Teller, Ioan Fee, Margaret Gladding,
Iudith George, Sylvia Bauer, Edith Barkow, Mary Sue Saw-
Clcry, Io Ann Garwood, Eve Ann Shaw.
WE-WA F IN DS-
For the jillionth time I looked over my
tediously gathered information. Notes
concerning the seniors were made con-
spicuous by their absence. Suddenly the
pieces ot the jigsaw tell into place per-
fectly. It could only be the Seniors WHO
DUNIT. And what they l'dun" was to
THE 1 953
SENIOR CLASS OFFlCERS
Lynn Dean, Salutorian Brian Parks, presidentg Norine Peterson, secretaryg Lyoncl Reed vice
president Melvin Moicrdo, treasurer.
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Moccasin Staff 4
Spanish Club 4
House of Represen atives 4
VIOLA MARIE ARROYO
Class Treasurer 2
GA A I, 2, 3, 4
Spanish Club Secretary 4
Glee Club I, 2, 3
Tomahawk Staff 3, 4
ROBERT ELVIN BAKER
Class President l
Track l, 2, 3
Football l, 2, 3, 4
Swimming 2, 3
Track Captain 2
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SEN ICR CLASS
HN F BELIEORD RAYMOND WILLIAM BELL GILBERT ALLEN BENNETT
Swimming 3 4 A S B. Vice-President 4 Football I, 2, 3, 4
Football l, 2, 3, 4 Band I, 2, 3, 4
lub 2 Basketball l, 2, 3,
Club 2 Glee Club 1, 3
ootball l 2 Track 2
Chiefs l, 2, 3
Tennis 2, 3, 4
IOHN ALAN BRAIN
Football I, 2, 3
Chiefs l, 2, 3
Booster Club 3
WILLIAM L. BRANNICK
Basketball l, 2
Spanish Club 3, 4
Football Manager 2
IERRY TED BRITTAIN
RALPH BUCKLEY BROWN
Class Vice-President 3
Swimming Team Captain 3
Football l, 2, 3, 4
Chiefs 1, 2, 3
French Club 4
Spanish Club 3, 4
ARTHUR DEAN BUSH
THE CLASS OF 1953
ROBERT G- CAI-AC LOCHIEL CAMERON VIRGINIA LE MAE CLAYTON LARRY ROY DAWES
FFA. 1, 2, 3, 4 Moccasin Editor 4 G,A,A, 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l
F.F.A. Vice-President 4 Songleader 3 G.A,A, Council 1, 2, 4 Track l
F.F.A. Reporter 3 Head Cheerleader 4 Band l, 2, 3 Agriculture 1, 2, 4
Football 2, 3, 4 Class Treasurer 3 C,S,F, 1, 2, 3 Agriculture Treasurer 4
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 G.A,1L Secretary 3 C.S F. Secretary-Treasurer 3
Track 2, 3, 4 Bamatics Club 1, 2 French Club 3, 4
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CSF. 1.2. 3, 4 Class Vice-President 2 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 3
ASB- SQCYGTGYY 3 Spanish Club 3, 4 Tennis Q 2, 3 4 G AVA 3' 4
Momorette 1. 2, 3 Basketball 4 Baseball 1, 2, 4 Dm Team 2
Girls' League President 4 Cheeylegjgy 4 Girls. League 11 Z1 3, 4
G.A.A l, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3 4
GALLERY CF "SUSPECTS"
AMES F GREVATT GERRI W GRIFFITH IOYCE LEONE GROOM MARY LEE HANSEN
Football l 2 3 4
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WILLIAM K. HARADA HARRY H. HARVEY CHARLENE RENEE HUTTON MAUREEN IAMESON
Class President 2 FOOtbClll 1, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A l, 2, 3, 4 Mcljorette l, 2, 3, 4
PFA. President 3, 4 Glee Club 3 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 C S F. 3, 4
Football l, 2, 3, 4 Chiefs 3 Moccasin Staff 3 G,A-AA 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 2, 3 Girls' League Council 4 'GUIS' 1-SCQUG COUVICU 3
Track l, 2, 3, 4 Warrior Head 4 Dmmfl Ci'-lb 1, 2
Chiefs 1, 2. 3 Booster Club 3 MOCCCSW Sfeff 31 4
CUR "ROGUES' " GALLER
CAROL LOUISE JOHNSON HELEN PAYE KINNEY EUGENE K, KOGA MARIE K, KQGA
Spanish Club 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 F FA 1 3 Girls' League 1, 2, 3
G.A.A. 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Trqckl 2 3 4 - -A. 1,2
Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 Glee Club 2, 3
Booste Club 3 Fgotbcll 3
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LARRY GENE LILLIE
Spanish Club President 4
French Club 4
Band l, 2, 3, 4
Football 2, 3
Track 3, 4
Student Court 4
BONNIE LOU LINCOLN
Girls' League Council 1
Glee Club l, 2, 3
Tomahawk Staff 3
Booster Club 3
CHARLOTTE RUTH MAGEE IAMES WILLARD MCCREEDY
A.S.B. President 4 B. Mc.
Football l, 2, 3, 4
Chiefs l, 2, 3
Band l, 2, 3, 4
GEORGE THOMAS MCDONALD SHARON McMANlGlLL MARCUS MELVIN MOIADO GEORGE W. NEWMAN
Football 1, 21 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 4
Football Captain 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 3
Student Cguncil 3, 4 Orchestra l, 2 Booster Club 3
Class President 3 G-A-A lf 4 Band 4
Spanish Club 3, 4
Student Court 3, 4
Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4
IANICE AIKO NOGUCHI
G.A.A. l, Z, 3, 4
G.A,A. Council l, 4
Girls' League Secretary 4
Glee Club President 3
Booster Club 3
Spanish Club 4
CAROL A. NORVILLE
Glee Club 3, 4
Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4
G.A.A. 2, 3
Booster Club 3
House ot Representatives
Girlc' Leaaue 4
IAMES M. PELSMA BARBARA DIANE PERATT
Football 3, 4
Spanish Club 3, 4
Glee Club l
Baseball 3, 4
Cheerleader l, 3
A S B, Treasurer 4
C.S.F. l, 2, 3, 4
Warrior Head 4
Girls' League Treasurer 4
G.A A. Council 3
Cheerleader l, 3
G,A.A, President 4
Class Secretary 3, 4
Majorette l, 2
Warrior Head 4
BRIAN DEAN PARKS
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Football l, 2, 3, 4
Chiefs l, 2, 3
Spanish Club 3, 4
French Club 4
Student Council 4
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LYONAL THURSTON REED
Football 1, 2, 3
Basketball l, 2
Baseball l, 2, 3
Swimming 1, 2, 3
Class Vice-President 4
House ol Representatives 4
CHARLES WARREN ROLL HELEN ELAINE SI-IARPLESS LAURILYN VIOLET SIKKING DONALD F
Football 2, 3, 4
Bagketball l, 2, 3, 4
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Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 G A l 2 4 Tennis 3 4
Girls' League Council 3, 4 Moccasin Staff 2 3 4 Band 3 4
G.A,A. 3, 4 C S F 3 Spanish Club 3
Glee Club 2 Songleader 3 C S F 4
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