Folsom High School - El Oro Yearbook (Folsom, CA)

 - Class of 1961

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H85 . .. ...,.. .109 ...... .12i4 We, the class of 1961, wish to dedicate our El Oro to one who has given understanding to all with whom he works, His sincere interest and service have been devoted to a profession which is building a better world through better education. His broad wealth of knowledge has inspired all who come in contact with him. . We would like to dedicate to you, Mr. Ray Meyers, the El Oro of 1961. 1 "This beats English!" 4 "'f't.gw N 'il' x, '- QT RAT! Sansa? im, sam? mg 32 anon old golden rule Sa m in"r1rin'fnf"rim i2 ' aught rn the :une of a mmm sims Y I was your bash 'mu wrote an nu HBH WE WEPE E -ML 'Hur 't E' I YOU WEPE HW QE cf 1 i -f DFSWQEQTF Pi'Q5R,3ONQ H. C. Wood W. E. Mitchell Deputy Superintendent District Superintendent Marion Johnston Director of Maintenance William Vance Transportation Manager t f' .ian , fu? i 15 ! gf ' J Russ Tilford Sr. Bus Driyer K ., -A ,-V .rf-. Q,- :-. L if .,.,-rY3'f 'QS fn- 1. Y ing N Ann Evans Controller . Q, irene " inze Secretary Wilma Estep Receptionist ' Q Lillian Culver Librarian Jayne Bonham Asst. Librarian Victoria Koppel Student Body Clerk Edna Kelly Nurse OFFICE PERSONNEL Johnson, M Webb, J. Chrigensen, ROW 2 S Cameron, T Lyle, C Webb, S Huey Sellers, S Miller, B Barton. ii L STUDENT GOVQERNMENT R if J Win?" - , i' 96? "-55? f' 3 louis Dudley President .ad Jim Beard Pat Calhoun Vice President Margaret Camile Masoni Treasurer Pl1bliC Rel3.fiO1'lS Commissioner Nancy Paulus Kathleen Patton Head Cheerleader El Oro Editor STUDENT COUNCIL '49 ROW ONE, Left to Right K Patton, M Farquhar, J Beard L Dudley, P Calhoun, N Paulus C Masoru ROW TWO C Meyers,A Clayton, R Means, A MacRunnels J Chr1stensen,S Estep ROW THREE C Preston, N Allen, D Huey ROW FOUR R Otsuji, L Neslen, K St1lley,G Barton, G Moirao, K Pedersen, D Johnson ROW FIVE D Roby, M McGowan J Jensen, C McK1nley,S Kuhn L. ir., V r 'VL k K s 4+ if , A PRINCIP Q ,vw . nf if , , , ,xg Adults are expecting more and greater things of our present day students than were ever expected of them. There is more to learn, and you are not only expected to learn more, but in addition learn it better. Yot' might rightly ask--"Why should we have so much more ex - pected if us?" When our parents are asking for shorter work days for themselves, why do they ask for longer school days, and school years for us? I The obvious answer is not available, but the obscure one might be that adults have not met the challenge to their satisfaction and they, recognizing the seriousness of the future, pass this challenge on to you. The future of our nation and our way of life rests with the stu- dents of today. What will you do with it? beneficial--to you and your future. .lws,Yr- 'Il if uv 2 .., 4, James S. Loughridge I VICE PRINCIPAL The opportunity to receive an education is often the most over- looked privilege in a democratic society. Occasions for significant and meaningful learning experiences are often sacrificed for the whims and shortsightedness of immediate ease and pleasure. The sacrifice of citizenship and reputation can never be balanced by pleasure and comfort. 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Driver Education 5 JS -- km' Sf, w e we -I f L Simiff " ' .Q . :rf :Eff- -i ff :Q . , ,. , - ' ' r "" , I 1-- , '-w. , .,-,. - - DEWEY GUERRA GENE LePAGE Boys' P.E. Boys' P.E. MATHEMATICS CECIL CARTER KEITH KADING Advanced Algebra Algebra I Solid Geometry 14 Plane Geometry ,L , + V J , , E , , ,Aj 1 J aff , 4 1 K ,. xiii gffxgisx, 'N 5553355 '-rfs fr rw 1' A ,, f Q 9' is Q 2 x C if f xr 25: 'F ' "r f 7 1 vi 7 li' f NDUS I' RIA If 21, ", "' - "K . fr w U V , iE,4HrVtxL 155Li: , 'i A I A i ff , . f -M 1 1" 'E RICHARD WILKINSON Agriculture Auto Shop X ERNEST WILLIAMS Auto Shop EDWARD O 'HARRA Mechanical Drawing gwiggife A S SM, EDWARD LESNICK Woodshop Industrial Math SOCIAL " SCIENCE CHARLES ADAMS Senior Problems Civics HERBERT HAVEN U. S. History World History DONALD MONROE U. S.I-Iistory Civics Senior Problems 111--1-Y .c 'rw 1 wiv' is ng , 5 v-I -v 'Mx- ,W 1. u Elise, fsWoR7cER." sr. ' ', V W ff .1 ,L as , lg 5 . 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RICI-rARD ADAMS Spanish Club 25 -'Ihemistry-Physics f"lub 25 Rocket Club. 2,3,4. ,pw 453 'Ir . , 11, K' , 35-3' W? Q M, Y. EEAQEM-,Z'f 'um 3.4, 9 0 JUDEE SANDRA ALLISON ARTRIPE Student Activities. History Club 2,3 JAMES BARE D Basketball 15 C Basketball 23 Basketball 3. C 18 X A 5 . f a 5. ALF ORD BEARD Football 1,45 Biology Club 25 Chemistry-Physics Club 45 Basket- ball 1. 1, :fmt ALTIERI Glee Club lg vsfa ' G.A.A. l,2. RON BAR TALIN I J.V. Track 35 Varsity Track 45 J. V. Football 43 Spanish Club 2. LINDA BAXTER A C appella Choir 25 Debate Club 45 Chemistry-Physics Club 45 Drama Club 25 Glee Club 1,2. ! 's -J BILL BELL Student? Activities. BILLIE BAR TON Varsity Cheer- leader 45 Spanish Club l,2,33 Song- leader 35 Class Secretary 13 Pep Club 1,2,33 G.A.A. l,2. JIM BEARD Boys' Block F 3,45 Varsity Football 3,45 JV Football 25 El Oro Staff 45 Stu- dent Body Vice President 43 Student Council 45 Boys' Block "F" V. Pres. 4. v 6 SHA,-.oN BAX 'ER G.A.A.1,,2,3,- v. Pres, f'3,UV hear- lear' 25' V'j5h6l.e- bea- Haig? V m Priif sp 'Q c1u1,',.,z,gil ll:-ss Secrenry 3, GERz:i.D BERES JV Football 2,4. L -44 JANE BLACKS TON c.A.A. 2, Pep Club 3,4. -9' DAVID BIBBY Band 3 ,4. wr-v"r1"" 34 Buss Class' Vice- President 13 Student Council 1,2,33 Class President 2,33 C Track 1, JV Football 13 Citizen- ship Award 2. IRMA BLODGELT G.A.A. 1,2,33 F.H.A. 13 Pep Club 2. '- ea, K L ,si GERALD BLOXHAM Band 1,23 Block F 23 Student Council 1,23 JV Football 1,2 varsity Football 3,4.' 3 KW. ?'T"'f VINCE BROFF JV Football 1,23 Varsity Football 3,43 B Basketball 2 A Basketball 3,4. ' GLORIA BOLES DON ARMSTRONG Student Activities. Student Activities. R ALPH EQ1??.lNG JV Football 1.3 Varsity Football 3,43 A Track 2,3,43 Boys' Block F 2,3,4. GEORGIA BOWDRE Drama Club 33 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Class Vice-President 33 Candlebearer 33 Student Council 33 Pep Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3. MARILYN BRIDGES Student activities. DAVID BUSSE Rocket Club 25 Chem-Physics Club 3,45 CSF 2,3,45 Latin Club 2. KATHRYN BRIGGS Business Club Sec.- Treas. 45 GAA 1,25 Pep Club lg FHA 1. JIM CAMMARANO JV Football 25 Varsity Football 3,45 B Basketball 35 JV Baseball 15 Varsity Baseball 3. GLORIA BUCKNER Student Activities. HENRY C AS TEN 'gi ,:., Student Activities. K RN X bl N EARLENE BRYANT Physiology Club 45 Golden Hillman Band 2,35 Dance Club 35 Ski Team 2,35 Debate Team 25 Latin Club 1. ALAN CARPI Biology Club 25 Science Club 1,25 Chem-Physics Club 3,45 Vice- Pres.5 CSF Treas- urer 45 Spanish Club 25 National Honor Society Life Member. J AMES COVER T Student Activities. PAT CALHOUN G.A.A. 45 Chair- man of Jr.-Sr. Banquet 35 Candle- bearer 35 Student Council 45 Home- coming Princess 45 Citizenship Award 35 Student Body Treasurer, 4. SHARON 4 BUR1 ESOL? Sp 'sh iI7'11b' 1 SS52- Pe-:gluh lg Busi- ' ness Club 45 'll Oro Staff 3. STEPHEN CLARK Spanish Club 2,35 B Basketball 25 A Basketball 45 B Track 35 A Track 4. 711. -Y .L-5 . L-:Bi ,. S ALLY CAMERON Spanish Club 1,2,35 G.A.A. l,25 F.H.A. 1,25 Pep Club 3. MICHAEL CURLEY Basketball 15 C.S.F. 35 Hi-Y Club 15 National Scholastic Honor Society 1. J AYNE CHRIS TENSEN G.A.A. 1,2,35 Pepperettes 35 Stu- dent Council 45 Pep Club 2,45 Nurses Club 25 Biology Club 2. MICHAEL CURTIS Student Activities. ALIC E C LAY TON Spanish Club l,2,35 International Club 45 G.A.A. lg Business Club 45 Pep Club 25 Song- leader 35 Treas- urer 2. RAY DAWSON Track 1,2,35 J.V. Football 25 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Baseball 4. V :H-Auf if ,, J AN ICE CHRISTIAN J.V. Cheerleader 25 G.A.A. 1,2545 Spanish Club l. BILL DAVIS Football 1 3 4- Track 35 'lzennls 35 Freshman Com- mission 15 Student Council 3. lv' 5 'wry' Dgroars rex wr-UN Gi. fr. 1,2,3,4 4 5 JESSE DE HAY Band 1,2,3,45 Swimming 3. 'isl-r..,.,.e.f" 4 rn I JAN coUcH JV Cheerleader 13 Trojanettes 25 5 Spanish Club 25 Dance Club 25 Q G.A.A. 4. THOMAS DEMERS Football 2,45 Bas- ketball 1,25 Boxing 35 Library Club 45 Red Cross 2,3,45 Track 1,2. 4 'x 3 , ii u . 1' ,wx COOKIE CURTIS 4-H'1,33F.H.A. 1,s. LOUIS DUDLEY Class Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Chairman, Jr. from 35 JV Foot- 11.1.11 1,25 Varsity Football 3,45 Boysf Block F 3,45 E1 Oro Staff 45 Sports Editor 45 Student Council 4, Pres. 4. ...ar-'K hwy l. LAURAINE FACINO LOREN DH-AI-LO Girls' Glee 1,2,3,43 Drama Club 25 Girls' Sextette 43 G.A.A. 1,2,3. Business Club 4. X. GARY EDMOND Latin ciub 2, Jv DOUG FISHER Xa Football 1,25 Varsity Football 3,4. Student Activities. 24 HARREET ES TIANDRR Library Club 4 THOMAS F ALCON ER JV Football 1 . VERNA GAMB Mixed Chorus 1. MICHAEL GIVEN Student Activiti es. 4 1, 5 5,5 AN MARGARET 'EQARHJF f FARQUHAR ' 1' F'-OEF. S LING Mixed Chorus 13 I G.A.A. 45 Girls' Staff, Bus. Mgr. 45 Glee 1. I Candlebearer 35 Pepperettes 35 Stu- dent Council, Stu- dent Body Treas. 4. Biology Club 25 C.S.F. 25 E1 Oro STANLEY FRANK BILL GRIFFIN Adv- Band 1 2- Rocket Club 25 A ' Track 3. SHERRY GOODMAN Girls' Glee 1 . DON GUNNINGHAM Basketball 15 Stu dent Activities. A QAROLE GRAHAM Ci.A.A. 1,25 F.T.A. 1,2, F.H.A. 1,25 Future Nurses Club 3, Sec. 3. DAVID HAAS Spanish Club 1,25 Biology 25 Varsity Football 3,45 Boys' Block F 3,45 Physics -Chemistry Club 4. - is DELORIS HAILE F H A 2 G A A 4 BILL HARRY Varsity Football 45 Swimming-Diving Team 35 Wrestling 15 Block F 45 Track 45 A Cappella Choir 1,2,3. LOIS HANSON G A A 1,2 F H A 1,2 Tr1 Y 1,2,3 Girls' Glee 3 Business Club 4 Homecoming Queen CLIFF IRWIN Basketball 15 Red Cross 25 BOYS' Choir 15 Football l,3,4. BRENDA HALBERG Future Nurses Club 2,35 Physiology Club 1,2,4. JOHN HOLT Spanish Club 25 J.V. Football 1,25 Varsity Football 3,45 Boys' Block F 3,4. 5 CARROLYN HOMFELD Latin Club 15 C.S.F. 2,3,45 Chemistry-Physics 45 Biology 25 Inter- national Club 45 F.T.A. 1. JOE KARR Student Activities. 1. Ixfn. . 5.x 1 .A im w ' ll , l iv-13 5 X x R 555 5 X5 DONNA HUEY Student Council 45 Sr. Class Rep. 45 G.A.A. Sr. Rep. 45 Candlebearer 35 El Oro staff 4, Bun- dog Barker Staff 4 BOB KEEFER Biology Club 25 Latin Club 2. .- " avi '--1 -wi' M '1 .' H .. .1 '5 X 5,5 .- :1 1. K , imyw. 5. V 5 G ly? 2313351 ' fiff ., Q, 15 5 W .1 li i if .i + . ' 1 A , ,M QE SHARON JACOB G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Rep. 3, Treas. 45 Linguia I-lonoraria 25 Spanish Club 3,45 Candlebearer 35 Girls' Block F 4. DAVID KOONTZ Spanish Club 1,2,35 Physiology Club 45 Library Club 1. PAT HUNTER 13, if Candlebearer 359i G.A.A. 2,35 5 Physiology 2, Sgt.- at-Arms 25 Biology 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 25 Pepperettes 2. RICHARD KERN C Track 1,25 Gymnastics 15 Stu- dent Activities . LINDA JOHNSON Future Nurses Club 23 GAA 2,45 Latin Club 23 Drama Club 3. GERALD LLOYD Class Vice- President 4. llll . LNSISN CAA 43 Student Council 45 Glee Club 1,23 Pe Club , P l,2,33 Drill Team 3. DOUG LEARD B Basketball 3, B Track 33 A Track 4. Cl ,, we - KAY KEEN ER National Historian Society 2. HAROLD MCCULLERS Class Vice-President ls JV Football 1,25 Varsity Foot- ball 3,43 B Track 1,23 A Track 3,43 Little Chiefs Pres.3 Block F 2,3,43 JF Baseball 23 Varsity Baseball 3,4. ,gawlf :fussy . p MICKI KELLY MELVIN Mccowm Student Cou, 'oil 4 Band l,2,3,43 Bam Pres. 43 Varsity Baseball 33 Eoys' Block F 43 Dance Band 3,43 latin Club 2. 1- CLAUDIA KITTS Student Activities. RAY MARTIN Adv. Band 1,2,35 J.V. Football 25 Choir 35 ASs't Commissioner of Technical Affairs 3. '12 X ' THERON KEY Latin Club 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretaiy 45 Pepperettes l,2,3. ALAN MAN S EAU J.V. Football 1,25 Varsity Football 3,45 Boys' Block F 3,4, Sergeant-an Arms 4. SALLY ' KflllN G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Representative 2, President 45 Girls' Block F 4, Presi- dent 45 Student Council 45 Tennis Team 1,25 Pepperettes 35 Physiology Club 4 PETER MESSINA Science Club 1,25 Key Club 25 Debate Club 45 Chemistry-Physics Club 3,4. PAULA LANT Spanish Club 1,2,3 F.H.A. 1,25 5 Biology Club 25 Pep Club 1,25 - Drama Club 3. ROBERT MILLER J.V. Football 1,25 Varsity Football 4. f, 'Q ' ,Q , LENE LESTER .ga ' Mixed Chorus 1,2, 35 Drill Team 25 G.A.A. 25 Bible Club 2, Pepper- ettes 3. Af, . M., my vr XJ 5 A V .1 , ,J x pf' .if : fff 'L ,x LEE NESLEN C and B Basketball 35 Varsity Baseball 3,45 C Track 35 B Track 45 A Basket- ball 45 Student Council 4, Parlia- mentarian 4. TERESA LYLE Mixed Chorus 1,45 Girls' Glee 1,35 Girls' Sextette 1,45 G.A.A. 45 Pep Club 15 International Club 45 Business Club 45 El Oro Staff 4. RONALD OTSUJI Student Council 45 Football 2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Boys' Block F 3,45 Boys' Block F Pres. 4. ARLENE MAC RUNNELS G.A.A. 3,45 ElOro Staff 45 Student Council 45 Interna- tional Club 45 Phys- iology Club 45 Pepperettes 35 Stu- dent Council 4. JAMES PARSONS C Basketball 25 B Basketball 3,45 J. V. Baseball 2,35 V. Baseball 4. tx. 5 , - wg. VAUNDEAN LYNCH Student Activities. gl QU F CALVIN PAGE1' J.V. Football 25 Varsity Football 45 Student Activities. PAULA MAINS Chorus 1,2,35 Stu- dent Council 25 Majorette 15 G.A, A. 1,2,35 Pep Club 2,35 Homeroom Sec. -Treas. 2,3. JOHN RIDGE Band 2,35 Pep Band 2,35 Dance Band 2,3. JANE MCCULLOCH International Club 45 G.A.A. 1,2. TOBY REED C.S.F. 3,45 Interna- tional Club 3,45 Chemistry-Physics 3,45 Biology Club 25 Latin Club 25 Rocket Club 2. , 1 ROBIN ,-AEANS Glee Club 1,45 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Sec. 25 Songleader 35 Pep Club 35 G. A.A. 15 Student ' Council 4, Sr. Class Rep. DENNIS ROBY Chemsitry-Physics 3,45 Drama 35 De- bate 3,45 C.S.F. 45 Yearbook 35 Sr. Class Pres. '. ' .1 'Y V2 ravi' f ' ff, "5-3.1 . 5' 1 L' "'- vs? Liga K' 1,7 ' 7, .vp -QM L KAY MILLER Pep Club 35 French Club 35 Jr. Class Play 35 Art Club 1, 3. BILL RONALD Varsity Football 45 Jr. Varsity Foot- ball 1,25 Baseball 25 Basketball 25 Glee Club 2. DAN IELLE MULLIN G.A.A. 1,2,35 ' F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 ' Biology Club 25 Future Nurses 10,11 Pres. 113 Student Council 115 Drama Club 11. JERRY SALOMON C Track 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Biology Club 25 D Basketball 10,11. 1: z ficzfif' in-71 'IT ' . ':.f-lsiwi -FUR I I9 BETTY NORRIS G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,2,35 International Club 45 Bible Club 1,25 F.T.A. 33 Biology Club 2. DANNY SCHMIDT Mixed Chorus 25 J.V. Baseball 2. Q A SANDRA PARKER G.A.A. 23 C.S.F. 1,2,3,45 Biology Club 25 Physiology Club 35 Spanish Club 3,4. MICHAEL SCHNEIDER Varsity Football 3 ,45 Boys' Block F 4. , lg.. .. MARY OBER SON Student Atrtizities. JESSE SCHNEIDER Student Activities . NANCY PAULUS G.A.A. 1,2,35 Soph. Class Sec.5 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Bulldog Mascot 25 Candlebearer 35 Spanish club 25 He ad Cheerleader 4 . RALPH SOULE Activities. V 17 I S ,Q . - KATHLEEN PAT Spanish Club 2,35 Biology Club 2, Sec.5 G.A.A. 2,3,4, Sec. 2, V. Pres. 45 Candle- bearer5 Stnident Council 45 El Oro Staff 3,4, Asst. Editor 3, Editor 4. FRANK SKINNER' Rocket Club 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 2, President 3. ,T -l MARY PELZMAN Student Acriyitiesl. MICHAEL SPAICH J.V. Football 1,25 J.V. Baseball 25 Varsity Football 3,45 Block F 3,4. V I V- -3. ' ... ' 5- yr Q issl 1 ELAINE PEN NER Bible Club 3, sm- dent Activities. DON SPARKS Latin Club 25 Biology Club 2,35 J.V. Baseball 1,25 J.V. Football 25 Varsity Football 4 Boys' Block F 4. PERRY G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 J.V. Cheerleader 25 Pep Club l,2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Candlebearer 3. ERNES T S TEIN MAN Chemistry-Physics Club 3 ,4. r, JB an fix X DONNA REIMAN Mixed Chorus 3,45 G.A.A. 15 Bible Club 2. KEN SWAIN Spanish Club 1,23 Biology Club 2. JOY SANDERS Business Club 45 Business Club Vice President 45 Mixed Chorus 43 Sextette 45 Dramatics Club 2. x X X l - V X :Vu ,xi X X PAUL TUNISCN Varsity Baseball 35 International Club 45 Rocket Club 3g Bulldog Barker 45 Block "F" 4. ANNE b RELVAS G.A.A. lg Spanish Club 1,23 Drama Club 3j Candle- bearer 3. 4, L' .,' 7 Ay ' Xiu, 3.5 RSS RRELL ts Gi: xih? I I ' T'3i'5fvif , I be , I 32232 Z- PAT SMART G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Spanish Club 15 Latin Club 25 Drama Club 35 Candle- bearer 3. DAVID WADE Biology Club 25 Debate Club 45 Rocket Club 25 Ski "b4. -L B-nv I-IOLLY SELLER S G.A.A. 2,3,45 Latin Club 25 Pep Club lg Class Treasurer 45 Paper Sports Editor 3, ED TYK Boys' State Rep. 3 Spanish Club 2,35 C.S.F. 3,45 Chemistry, Physics 3,45 Class Sgt.-at- Arms 4. S LINDA SPARROWGIROVE Student Activities. BILL WATSON International Club 45 Boys' Block F 3,45 Class Sgt.-at-Arms 35 Suident Council 45 Football 1,25 Track l,2,3,4. A .gi 1131 YF 5 rdf 4 MQW NT We 2 f""'fv., Y V04 JUDIE ST. THOMAS Girls' Glee 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Library Club 15 Future Nurses 2,3, Vice-Pres. 3. GENE WEBB Student Activities . 1 hs SUTTON Library Olubi 13 F.T.I-lg lg Library Club 2'3.Biolo , gy Club 2, o.A.A. 2,4. . ,qw C ALVIN WEBS TER J.V. Football 1,23 Varsity Football 3,45 B Basketball 23 A Basketball 35 B Track 1,2,3,45 Student Council 45 Boys' Block F 3,45 Boys' Block F Pres. 45 C.S.F. 2,3,43 C.S.F. Presi- dent 4. GAIL LINDA THORNTON TRAMMELL Camera Club 35 Honor Society 2. F'H'A' 35 Mixed Chorus 3,4. I' V WALTER WEIBER SICK BILL WILSON Basketball 2- Skeet- shot 1,2, Softball 2. Student ACLIVILISS. v x Q SANDRA 'ICLLE Glee Club 1,35 Mixed Chorus 2,33 Girls' Sextet 4. DENNIS WILLSON Student Activiti es. VICKIE WEILER Library Club 25 Girls' Glee 35 Bulldog Barker Staff 43 Campus Corral News- paper Staff 2. JIM WOODS B Track 2,33 J.V. Football Z5 Block F Rf, B Basketball 3. PAULA UKEN Biology Club 25 Spanish Club 25 Candlebearer 35 International Club 4 . TOBY WOLGAMOT Student Activities. vr-TU' NIARILYI'-Y 'i-,i :', 1 4'i'. I -.H VVILLIAIVISUN i sfmw Student Activities. WILLIAM WRIGHT Creative Writing Club 25 French Club 35 International Club 45 B Track 33 Debate Team 43 Delegate to Model U. N, 4. M WW? Sl-IARI ZELLER Student Activities. GERALD YOUNG C and D Basketball Student Activities SCI-IERRIE ATKINSON Class Vice- President 25 Pep- erettes 35 Candle- earer 35 Junior P b Prom Committee 3 G.A.A. 45 Bulldog 4. am- -Y S AMU EL ALLPOR T bike., WM Wy' 5 , -MH? "fli"' www, w-QW 6' JACKSON COOK Student Activities. LOUIS DOBERT Boys' Block F 3,4. SUSAN GOSSAGE Candlebearer 35 Bulldog Barker 4, Ads Editor 4. T.. ROBERT HAYS National Rifle Club 1,2, Chair- man 1,25 Library Club 1,25 Swimming Team 25 Social Science Club 1,2. 1 JERRY DOZIER Track 3,45 Foot- ball 4. DIANA DU TTON Cheerleader lg G.A.A. 1,25 Mixed Chorus 2. 5 r u , A JUDY KINIBALL Girls' Glee 15 F.H.A. 1, c.A.A 1,2. PETE KOSEL Rocket Club 1, Sec.-Treasurer 15 ' ibrary Club 3. PAUL HOLLAND tudent Activities. CATHIE JONES F.T.A. 1,2, Sec- retary 25 Drama Club 1,2,35 Pepperettes 35 Candlebearer 35 Majorette iuu CAMILLE MASONI Spanish Club 1,25 Drama Club 3, Vice-President 35 Candlebearer 35 Student Council 4, Public Relations Commissioner 45 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 35 Rally Committee 3. PAT MCGEE V Football 2,3,45 V Basketball 1,2,35 Block F 45 Class Vice-President 1,2. 55 ll i' 5 KAY ROGERS G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,35 F.H.A 1,45 Future Nurses Club 2,3, Sec.- Treasurer 3. DON S ADDOR IS Student ACt1V1t1ES. RICHARD SIMPSON CATHERINE WEBB flesiglwi , i J OE TEAGUE Student Activities. GARY THOMPSON Student Activities. Rocket Club, 25 Biology Club, 2. Sextette 15 G.A.A. 1,2545 Pepperetts 35 F.H.A. 15 Physiology Club 2,45 Candlebearer 3. GLORIA SCRUGGS Bulldog Barker staff, 4, CAROL VOGEL ?r?Tn5.g.1XP'1i35 F'H'A" Student Activities. 'Q' ,?.,nil'gx . 5 ETHEL WENNBERG G.A.A. 1,25 Glee Club 25 Drama Club 15 Science Club 15 Spanish Club 1. 1 ,l wa. . BARBARA WILLIAM S Future Teacher Club 4. ,li A ibm ' km CLARENCE MALONEY J. V. Football, 25 Latin Club 23 Track 2,4. ll A :I OROSCO gities. JOE LLoP1s JEAN WILLTROUT J OHN THQPXTON Senior Activities Senior Activities Semof Awvltlfls IN MEMORIAL TO SHEILA IRWIN When death strikes down the innocent and young, For every fragile form. from which he lets the panting spirit free, A hundred virtues rise, in shapes of mercy, charity, and love, To walk the world and bless it. f"X f My If If S4 X .x .. ffffflyir II W n- ,ccr ... 111. i -- ur-' ' L M9 J. Bare Q -nr , IAM tg 1 AJ JN V A M. Curtis 1 an i K J. Kimball .,, ,, , A Zi. 1.2 2 V is A. Manseau QU? my R. Miller A. Relvas i ll, -'iv' QF. , A . iw H, nw .Q 1 ,ga . 4' ' x ,4li"QM1,f if P ! ,. xml. ' xr!! F 1 as . I Ja S. Baxter M. Bridges S. Burleson S. Cameron I 3 I 'I 1 . , ,Wy .. ,. ...Q .gl 7 . S. Goodman J. lvlolt J. Horyza Keefer 1 fd 'A L .-and In... C. Kitts STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Curtis, R. Keefer, A. Manseau, G. f f x , Webb, J. Horyza, J. Orosco, J. Holt, T. Falconer, R. Miller, G. Emond, S. 'friziil Baxter, P. Smart, G. Trammell. ROW 2: M. Bridges, A. Relvas, C. Masoni, K. Patton, D. Mullin. ROW 3: S. Burleson, K. Briggs S. Good- man, D. Reiman. A A MM ' C. Masoni ,-sn"'f f' ,QQ A-fl lf ... .fr -. is K i . .,.. .aa M. i J. r J 7 M., . l . Ki if , s . f ., n B X V , V , , l ...ff ..... -. X D. Mullin J. Orosco K- P85011 D. Reiman P. Smart C. Webb G. Webb W. ,,,,, wi . . , ge M Iiu J: rr 3 . J' T' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ' Qs s M sr: Wi TOP ROW Huey, Christensen, Robin Means, Representatives, Ed Tyk, Sgt. at Arms, BOTTOM ROW: Holly Sellers, Treasurer, Jerry Lloydg Vice-president, Dennis Roby, President, Sharon Baxter, Secretary. HISTORY The Class of 1961, embarked upon four years of high school on September 10, 1957. Filled with expectations for our freshman year, we elected Jay Barker, president, Dean Bliss, vice-president, Billie Barton, secretary, Bob Bishop, treasurer, and Joe Orosco, sergeant-at-arms. During the year we sponsored the annual Tolo Dance and a dance to raise money for the football lights. Our sophomore year was highlighted by the Sophomore Hop. Our officers were Dean Bliss, president, Scherrie Atkinson, vice-presidentg Nancy Paulus, secretary, Alice Clayton, treasurerg and Louis Dudley, sergeant-at-arms. Dean Bliss, Georgia Bowdre, Sharon Baxter, Margaret Farquhar, and Bill Watson led us through our exciting Junior year. The Junior Prom and the Junior-Senior Banquet were our major accomplishments. At last, we reach our Senior year, a little worse for wear, but filled with excitement. We will long remember our senior year and the fun we had on the Senior Teach Day, Senior Skip Day, and at the Senior Ball. On June 9, 1961, we received our long awaited diplomas. 29? I? Class Meeting 44 " Recess" ' . .4 in YiT it-1 f --f' F' . m ' f ,- ,..f ,X 1 . ,V f i V, , L I i f., 1 my X 67' K , f' 1 5 Lf c., in ' Q. ...., I X.- x .- w,. ff -fx J .Q 1' J ff L 'x.f - mf 9 7 ,X 'N . Q V ' " ff Q FAVQRITES Readin' 'n' 'ritin' 'n' 'rithmetic I WHS YUUI' b3Sl'l Jo-V ,X M -,L ws: mu ww f -an -4. M .M vb 1 "-lU7f'l'1W I-I-b UZCOFUJ: -lcnOZ P O P U L A R F'7 46- Louis Dudley, Kathleen Patton nfs' iv.. 7 'Q eff. .V Nancy Paulus, Bill Watson 46 x 4 I-3-gf ,Y ,,....-f" Jayne Christensen, Ron Otsuji i E Margaret Farquhar, Robert Miller -4thl'r1-I-UZ:-nsmw-, -M03 '4""l'l7i-I' O-l Ul'nl"nGf3CCn 1, -IMOZ Hb I H-2 'QI -lU'3l'l'1 0-HmPI 8' D Calvin Webster, Sally Kuh fx V7 31 ennis Roby, Karen P y 1 -YH-' V -L JUNloRS f War' f N. 'xr . ' xx if -- 5 W ,1 N X K 1 Taught to U18 TURB of 3l'l1C16DI'Y stick L EE' x NX X C T ' 4 1 . B elli 'f-f v : Q? B H . " '- W' ,Y I I ' L 1...Q 1, A , , i ., an ' T 'mf 1- un-- u,'j:.? Wi i , , , M., .W iv B ' faq? 1'5555ff5f' 5 'P Z' nl Q, a L N s sv Q- -L? .K K Y' R' s R mm" 'Z Vw B .',. Q . X... Q L,A Richard Bianchi Linda Bingman Bill Bloodworth Mike Bonham Leo Boone Ionae Botts , " ' 1 5 , Elena Alberts Sue Al "" ' der Cosrf' B Maf ' 'wr Virgil Berry Ed Barber Judy Barner Nancy Beall 1lHumPhu1 sa ,gh -, Q D s... M 2 ny an Larry Bowen Carol Bridges Sandra Brown Bonnie Brookbush Norman Brugger Susan Brummer Richard Buck Kathy Burgess Bud Burleson Craig Bumvft 3 4 V fkpxz i w. f' Q an Ii , fgf m'-' ' ' . if 9 M 'fm W f V, X , 1 LQ a 1 Z ,af 5 jr x MQ ff' 055953 1, l Y' Qin . fmr , A Sharon Chaney Bob Clark Judy Clary Bob Collins Phyliss Cook Ronald Cook Xi If 121' XF 8 Y F TF' Susan Cameron Gary Carng-sbell Doi' Campbell Bill Carlson Jack Carpenter Mike Carter Judy Carpi Margot Caughill -iv?-"v "Well now, let me think." , yi Bill Cooper i N Carol Cooper ,V T :Vi Duane Crowley My W .,. ., kr Bob Curl 3 ' E lf 3 A...' Darryl Datwyler erru ,,.,. 2 V : K ' -. K , , 'f' Ax 73 ,Vo fi ,,., : , Danny Dauenhauer no C B ri '- Pat David ' A V Sancka Davis Ken De1aneY A f ' lury 3' 1' Fred Dillemuth f ' N 'fl ""- ,, ,, "'-'f , "f 2 ' f , 7 hyyyh -V , I . wi S - y ZS, 1 yly lynl .ur, ff L may -i.,--Y---1--v Ivlike Donovan Carol Duffy Mike Dykex V Maurice Emily Janet Estabrook Madeline Ethridge Carol Everhart Harriet Eastus ,f ,L N . 4. li ee A , ff' , Q 5 ' 3 ff 'Q W 'K W A l 3 rw e e I , fl tell' l Wim 3' f 2, E1 J' In f y D 'M' - o m JH "- Shirley Estep Lana Carole Ann Fritsche Rae Fuller Linda Gable Jim Gamb Judy Carey Ray Gibbs Larry Grimes Kim Guidet Steve Hagen Carol Hollar Gay Echlin Ed Fitzmaurice Rex Fagalde idle, E , 'I . 'H o sag - so Y. 4 ' X ye. ,mil x f- , 5 r f E K f N 5 K Nancy Florence Eleanor Frank S WFYQ9' KKK- WZ 3 KJ H4 -K a r an K' 4 . 42' .. , ,gy K f K , K fs 435, .K,KK K, y K K ...K J : ' K-Q PF M ' 1. kkyh K Rv 'E -1: Jef. 12. 'rf fx, - KK K? ., K .vx K K' K W K Y f Q X Y ' .IK yn M if 5 1 rl? M 3 R .. 1,5 A Q 1 A KK. . 3 'in f 3 as 'E I . g Kww Penny Ho gate Sherry Huey Dennis Instness Dianne Johnson Janice Johnson Evelyn Jones K if ,K 1525 45- ML r ' K i 1 W Q. wr My Z Q .VHA "ff f , w izz E KKK- K Kene K:,.. ..., I .,,N: W w L. ,iii I fx I if Ki i may A u 1749 iu,,--uVf- f Daryl Hamilton Billie Hargis Frank Hayes Maureen Hays Greg Hefley Linda Hickenbottorn Gary Hix Larry Hodge X wh S 'K GUESS WHO ! Gerald Kallis Eugene Kendall Jess Kerekes Scarlet Kessler Ken Kestal Mike Kipp Sandy Kitz John Kle1n Al Klug Jan Koontz -v-ll-.7 tiff-tvt "S.... gel X ,g 3 L , X W Y' Ei V. E, ff . K X 2 ii? , 7 . ' y l f .- me , ,,., ,Kyo Y , f r Y Y f -P -mlm- ' v J -'H' ,a Norman Koshimizu Pat Koziol Eva Lane Linda La Mance Sharon Lynch Beth McConnell Robert McCo1ley Paula McCullers Carol McKinley Graham McMullen 1 .3 4 . ,B . .5 . A 3 rf' N R f , 2 A L Q, D ave Le ard r -'-- Len Lee Dean Lenihan A V- Jack Loomis Mess , .,'f K . , .,,,, ' w 5' , an J m 'ies' , sl ff ta ESA., 3: 1 V J' 1 K 5 n 5liigiiLQl, ya qi? -.Q??z:::hqQ i? A 5 X wi rl hw LL' is 4 no Patsy McMurtry Peggy McMurtry Lynette Manseau Lee Martin Martha Maskall Gary Mason Jody Means Jill Mero Bob Miles Sherry Miller .4 AL 3 Cecile Moore Donna Moss Faye Myers Cheryl Naughton John Naughton Cheryl Nelson Cheri Nieman Melba Nowlin W "You knocked?" Sonya Patterson Karen Pedersen John Perry Joe Peters Foster Piekarski Gil Preston Jim Prichard Gary Proctor Ray Puckett Craig Raymond , f Q Ji Jim Osbome Dennis Otsuji Charles Overstre et Don Palmer Lula Parham Ed Parsons J , x y 'i" 5' ' 5: 5: -in , 7 3 'K an 4 a ' S .,,. 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'H' an Ed smith f , ft Q L, rg, vm, O ., O it A 'r QA Q , if if Si' N .5 , ' 2' Q 4 S W K Q Mad chemists at work 8 Good old American literature THE SOCIETY OF OLD MAIDS 58 The pause that refreshes JuNloR PROMA Sherry Huey Que en The annual Junior Prom, presented by the Class of 1962 was an earthly heaven. Amidst fluffy pink clouds Sherry Huey was crowned queen. Her attendants were Pat David, Nancy Florence, and Linda Smith. Drifting along to the music of Ken Roth's Octette, the stu- dents of Folsom forgot their worldly cares and concentrated on having a heavenly time on "Cloud Nine." "Don't step on my toes." "Your Highness." if -t ., va ,, fr Pat David Princess Nancy Flor enc e Princ ess we is sf Linda Smith Princess The Queen and Her Court rms- gf ' af I BACK ROW: Shirley Estep, Karen Pedersen, Carol McKinn1ey, Representatives. ROW 2: Jill Mero, Treasurerg Ken Stilley, Presidentg Diane Johnson, Secretaryg and Craig Raymond, Vice-President. From out of the HISTORY On September 2, 1958, we, the class of '62, began our exciting freshman year at Folsom High, Ray Puckett, Royle Carrington, Martha Webb, Jill Mero, and Larry Grimes led us in sponsoring "Oriental April," the annual Frosh dance. Mike Stefando, Bill Bloodworth, Cecile Moore, Vicki Keith, and Larry Grimes were our leaders through our stupendous sophomore year. We sponsored the Homecoming Dance and collected class dues in preparation for our big junior year. With our newly acquired status as upperclassmen, we had a junior year which was a knockout. It was highlighted by our successful Junior Prom, "Cloud Nine," and the Junior-Senior Banquet. Now, as we approach our final year, with three fabulous years behind us, we are anticipating an unforgettable senior year. deep --unf- Dre am svi lle ! a s-3, lg The next word is - - 60 l I Benicia in a stormy ni ght E ,Ll "' ww V .. - - gf. 'X , . ' ,. 4 L. . 4. . 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W ' ' l N arp, is I Mm gi 'r V ' -any G r.ir r -55 ff V K h, :YJ- li ' Mike Griffin 4 +V V J Larry Grimsley if ' Dolores Guffee r Mike Haas Rick Hagen Judy Hamilton Mike Hamilton John Halcomb How do I get it to go? ,if S my if S if L if I Vkiifssviiriyii 4 wr E if ' 1 I 5 5 1 X if ,W X 'Hr 2 s i N 5 is if , ,R Y ' away ,Ile L' Emmy? +11 XY 6 XW VW he we X " Chuck Harper Charmion Hirschler Ron Hollers Candy Holmes Ron Holt Ken Hook Don Huey Gary Hunter Nancy Jacob Barbara Jacobs Hal Jacabson n ' . . mfm. , f-.-- 'rl , 'rv' 4' ' l.k A, M , Hysvakr, if wr? K 3 f U. in f ,Z f Yi-hurl , 'F' x 4, . f W, 1. . 5551 ll' r fel. f ..--if r f K wx .we ' -. sz J " f in gf 9, 3 .f if 1333 flies 1 Kgs Q 2 T "iii I I 3.-wr 1:Qsw 1'l -Q, 1" E x fl 4 C arol Lindstrom Art Linfoot Q Y 3 .Q 1 ,, Q 4 we I .KM V ,- s ,tr P - , QQ . xi ' , L 5' ' fa-A . ' re. rv ' 4- - ,- fs fs? W wa. ,v W aw 51 F H 6, Sega K Q Q Ti :gf , fsmfia e - 3 my-E V T, I away, W wwf L 4 f L 5 Q ,. 1 Q ? 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V if S l H. we 4' I K i E525 W1 1' 'kv X f X - ffl S Au-. ilfa nf ,avi Q tl Sharon Nixon Tom Nuzum 'Q' Bob Nelson Lynn Nesbit Nancy Neslen John Orosco 'JN Tp! 2 3' fv 4 E Gene Moirao Pixie Mullin Chris Munson Cecily Meyers Dan Myers Judy McE1wee Allen Meunier Connie Meyers Howard Miller Ralph Mineau Dennis Mitchell O Hey--who did his homework? Sylvia rtman To m Outl and l""' s . Eddie Page Barbara Parham Shirley Parsons Harriet Patton Jim Patzer M zai 1 A ack Paulus Terry Pavelchik Sandra Peacock John Peel Bill Perry JoAnne Pierce 3 W Q y Q, if .' h 93? i fls K RSF? 7"fe,as ' ,?:z-F' f -'2 1 13191. ,QQ X v:::. ff ik Dale Rundquist Linda Santoro Dianne Schalasny Mickey Schleicher Larry Schneider M in t J, 1 4 J -, ig S 5 1, , W v 1 we 1 P3 '- , f 2 L qv if ? fi.-2, Jerry Scribner Pat Shelton Johnny Shen an J,yyy , J 4 VIA 'vi ' Gloria Repin Mary Rhoads Mary Rogers Richard Rose Julia Ruiz Beverly Podjil Nick Poronowicz Wilbur Presley Carol Preston Gordon Putzka Judie Reed "l wonder if . . " John Sherek Jennifer Shively Carol Shiver Brenda Smith Bud Smith ,M 5 L W'-1a :,y, . was , 'S 'ii' 1' r Vivian Smith Bonnie Smith John Spaich Connie Staal Judy Stafford Sharon Staydoha Avi i 'udy-Steele ,mda Steele ficlci Steinman Vlike Stearns Gary Stone Rita Stone -n-7 Joanne Straka Nancy Stream Derrie Suther Gary Swager Joyce Swinney Q. 5- K ff-Q -3- - - ls WV, V V I 1 vi' ig ,Y .y S L., , zrf fif , ,K V i VE bs , L t 2' 11 ' - -r I J A iz 1' 1 S v ' l ,152 '.fL fm vl- ,.: . -, .V , . , , . y Z EVLVL A V. 'Q F 'J ff' ' . 3 fa:-5 'L Q.. 3, 3 W, 'Sh :ef xp, wg? S , X L X S Q ,L .Mir neS ' H ,, flint" if K' " ' 9 an 4' fl ,Q . JJ I he ' Teddi Tabellya e"-- " Diane Thompson Jaye Towne K' "'5i+p. ' v ' h,'e ?5sW:?Q' 'Wm ' - W W, "EQ-'a'1fP5"?-3. - M. e ,M ,Q-,sfds -' ip: aignny ,N arc- 4 ln .. -A .gif 3, 7 Bob Townsend 'ii V ,," - ' Q Robert Turner 'v f f,Q-:5v,x-,k,Q'gxQX'g . , Q " ' Bill Unglesby Thala Vance The Big Bear at work, Charlotte Ussery GW T 4 Michael Van Teslaar Wendy Vaughn Mary Vetter Connie Vick Chris Vogel Don Wagner Linda Wall Pam Webber Don Wemhaner Ivlike Willis Robert Wilson A , 5 Qilf z- wg ww ff -' AL 'Vt- I t wk RQ l 4 Zryr . T? ,alt 6 R Wt 4 A 1 R if tr, fa is Mantifgatiilitei ca n ,L,,3? ,mg.,A, ,k -V we L i f se., -.X N P 1:3 4 S k i I xi 1 , QA, sz A We ,Q +......a K A 3 ,LI ,, 'try' S C r --- --.,. ,Mes Wmckey Hal Witlw' ' Dick We 1 Gary Yemen: Miles Young George Johnson Y. -nuns-,, tx Qi as X,-me , w Ke .--xiii Cindy Artripe Fred Ashbaugh Peggy Boyd Mike Farley Steve Littlejohn ' il ' W '1 K f ., ll' , ' e 1 4 .oe,e 1 , . "1 Y :' A . ded if W .,. -f ' e'yex f g e - eeo 'e -W 2 g X Qi J 5: ., Q' as Q QQ! A ,Arl o -, 2 E, 53,4 fy, 'gg 1, . f' ,vgfpl by Q 5 ,gl fa- X K 'Za , flaw: Jim McCollum Ray Rohme Fred Titherington X L B' ll! Ei ... 1 ix ,L wk 4? 2 Jak Danny Voage Llnda Watson Well, on the other hand Lmda Wall Sleepy-time gals I rn tough' 65 fel? 70 Pickle -puss .F ed i A fi 'f ' Class Representatives: Nancy Allen, Gene Moirao, Cecily Meyers, Vice President, Virgil Carterg President, George Barton, Secretary, 3 Judy McElweeg Treasurer, Nancy Gilliard. w r 1 41 S OPHOM ORE HISTORY tember 8, 1959. As freshmen we were led through a very new and exciting year by: Mike Mardesich, Presi- dentg Mike Crites, Vice Presidentg Vicki Steinman, Sec retaryg and Lee Anne Lester, Treasurer, We sponsored the annual Tolo Dance which was very successful. Fun, fun, fun is the only way we can describe our Sophomore year. Putting on the Sophomore Hop was great fun as well as the School Picnic that we sponsored Now, looking back over two exciting years, we are looking forward to our Junior year with wonderment and excitement, CLASS OFFICERS "Look into my eyes." 71 "I can't draw a straight line. We, the Class of 1963, entered Folsom High on Sep- A -1-V D.eso1ation "What Now?" Here's a cheer for Folsom v-H1 am elected , , ," On the inside looking out 72 1- 9. fxvv-Y ' ,- 1 "'11'q-1? ,f-al--H ,, ,,. M ,Q .. 1 1' - '. - ' '1 V 4 , ' - 'I' ,E+ ' 545 ...Ii v . -' ' Ni , 1 fx www, Myfwxg. ,7 nv? , ,,,X,.g2-1a'fs.g: g I ff 1 E9 .5-W4 if , ' A? -A si www' i,Vi?Wf' ., A A - gigifzif '- W c w 1 f -1 Sw Good old QUIUBH THIS days fb Sgffgf NJ1Q ig g ig 1 EMM E , - V 5 5' if 5 f QQ f wa mwj -Weis? ?2 5Zi QQ MZ M EM M 5 Emi fi 3 y i? E SD Zi? gf? ia m QQ M m'iER G G? E ,. .ff up-r . 1 A W Kathleen Patton Editor Margaret Farquhar Business Manager Sharon Steiger Assistant Editor The El Oro staff began to work on the year- book early last summer with the selling of ad- vertisements and weekly Wednesday night meetings. Regardless of the good intentions of all, these weekly meetings sometimes turned into social gatherings. However, a lot of hard work was done and by the time school rolled around, the staff had the yearbook well on its way. The biggest event of the year for the staff was the staff picnic when they were able to see Louis Dudley Sports Editor the completed yearbook before anyone else, P. Burnett, H. Patton. Sopho- more Editors. 74 Dale Moore N Advisor EL CRO M. Farquhar, S. Steiger, K. Patton. Business Staff. B. McConnell, S. West, P. David. Junior Editors. STAFF J. Beard, L. Dudley Sports Staff D. Huey, T. Lyle Copy Editors . T ' V' , -7' 1,. ff 71 ' ,K :,: gl. , In V Mu, 1 . -119 ' .- 4 vv, -Y V 1 N .11 TOP ROW, left to right: Mr. Moore, Pam Burnett, Steve West, Louis Dudley, Jirn Beard. SECOND ROW: Harriet Patton, Margaret Farquhar, Donna Huey, Karen Pedersen, Arlene MacRunne1s. THIRD ROW: Kathleen Patton, Sharon Steiger, Pat David, Beth McConnell, Terry Lyle. A. MacRunnels, K. Pedersen Typing Staff 1 75 Y"Y"' C """' ' 'W '-C 'C""'CC fx.: C , f , 'A 5 , 1 , . rl. .,. . , r -r' "W I . 51' ,,, 1 . fs.. I -Il C. S. F. The California Scholarship Federation -. now in its twentieth year at Folsom High School Membership is limited to those students who have 10 points on semester grades. A 's equal three points and B's equal one point. 'Q age scholarship. Officers were Cal Webster, President, Ed Tyke, Vice-President, Allan Carpi, Treasurerg David Busse, Secretary. Mr. Cecil Carter is the advisor. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Parker, G. Preston, C. Burnett, T. Reed, D. Roby, S. West, E. Tyke. ROW 2: S. Jacobs, C. Raymond, D. Busse, A. Carpi, M. Hurley, S. Baker. ROW 3: B. Anderson, P. Calhoun, M. Maskall, C. Homfeld, N. Gilliard. ROW 4: S. Alexander, D. Johnson, C. Moore, B. McConnell, P. David. F. T. A. The Future Teachers' Club, which will soon be affiliated with both the state and national groups, was organized in December 1960. Officers for the year were Cindy Artripe, President, Marilu Capri, Vice Presi- dent, and Nancy Barcus, Secretary-Treasurer. The main purpose of the club is to stimu- late interest in teaching as a career, and any- one interested in the teaching profession may become a member. During the year the club made plans to visit schools, attend professional organizations meetings and workshops, have speakers, social events, and a career day. if l TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Camberg, M. Capri, C. Berry, S. Baker. ROW 2: N. Barcus, J. Robbins, C. Meyers, M. Rodgers. ROW 3: N. Gilliard, B. Williams, M. Cauglfill, B. McConnell, C. I-Iollar. The main objective of the club is to encour- J 'X 1 111- 4-' 'z T" 2 -,,5.,g5 . - f 4 9' 's fa ' A 3 ,. . ig P . L' ,. vi 4 . 3 .1 ,, V x N 3' .-is , 2? Q, Sf aw Q. X E J' TOP ROW, Left to Right, K. Perry, S. Atkinson, P. Smart, T. Lyle, A. MacRunnels. ROW TWO: S. Jacob, L. Johnson, K. Patton, S. Kuhn, M. Farguhar, S. Baxter. ROW THREE: D. Dyrnesich, C. Myers, C. Staal, V. Steinman, N. Jacob, S. Baker, N. Gilliard. ROW FOUR: J. Johnson, C. Berry, K. Burgess, C. Moore, M. Webb, J. Johnson. ROW FIVE: C. Lindstrorn, D. Fisher, J. Schilling, S. Patterson, J. Robbins, K. Guidet. BULLDOG BARKER STAFF Putting together a school paper is Mr Grimes we managed to do it " -1--nw 'XT' A f w,Qf,., G. A. Ai. The Purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to create greater interest in girls' athletics. H The club 's officers are: Sally Kuhn, President, Kathleen Patton, Vice Presiden Theron Key, Secretary, Sharon Jacob, Treasurer, Jill Mero, General Sports Manager, Donna Huey, Sr. Representative Kim Guidet, Jr. Representativeg and Judy McEwee, Soph. Representative. Miss Carroll and Miss Matten are the advisors. During the year the club participated in various sports seasons, playdays, differ- ent fun activities, and sponsored a dressy dress dance and an aftergame dance. . . a M J big job, but, under the able guidance of ,ft Alice Clayton, the editor, along with the staff put out the paper weekly. It was filled with all the school news, 'T gossip, and sports. A "first" this year was having the paper printed, and using pictures. 4... BACK ROW--Left to right: M. Caughell, P. Uken, V. Weiler, J. Parsons, R. Miller, R. Puckett. ROW TWO: C. Hollar, P. Wagner, B Norris, S. Tolle, B. McConnell. ROW THREE: F. Meyers, G. Scruggs S. Gossage, B. Barton, D. Huey, A. Clayton. 77 1' 4 ' . 1 -7-Y-i-i - .,,-- f-in-Y .455 GIRLS? ,Bloor . A ,. .i'r SFT' bf' S. Kuhn, S. Jacob, S. Baxter. The Girls' Block F is an honor society for girls who have earned a Block F award through active participation in G.A.A, The purpose of Girls' Block F is to perform various services for the school. This year they visited other Block societies at surrounding schools and took a trip to San Francisco. Club officers are Sally Kuhn, Presi- dent, Sharon Baxter, Secretaryg Sharon Jacobs, Treasurer. Sponsors are Miss Matten and Miss Carroll. BOYS' BLOCK F psf.. A fb ,Q f '. ev , 'W av -J .1 TOP ROW: H. McCu11ers, J. Beard, B. Watson, R. Boring, J. Holt, J. Thorton, M. Spaich, J. Woods. ROW 2: A Manseau, D. Haas, G. Barton, R. Otsuji, L. Dudley, L. Neslen, C. Webster. The Boys' Block F is mainly to give recognition to holders of Varsity Letters. During the year the organization has supervised at ball games and sponsored an after game dance. The officers elected are President, Ron Otsuji V, President, Jim Beard, Secretary, Vince Broffg Treasurer, Cal Webster, Sgt. at Arms, Al Manseau, Coach Le Page has been the sponsor for the year, W "' " Tr" "1" ' ' 'I 'V ' 'l' - UTBRARY L BB The Library Club in its second year has ade good progress. Officers were: Carol Preston, President, Melody Johnson, Vice President, Carol Duffy, Secretary, and Gary Thompson, Treasurer. A field trip through the library and its workrooms at Sacramento State and a "Hamburger Fry" were Featured Activities of the year. Mrs. Culver again was the Club's willing sponsor. TOP ROW: J. Kneckter, C. Preston, M. Denton, C. Duffy, J. Ford. FRONT ROW: R. Culver, H. Estlander, J. Thompson, M. Johnson, R. Holt. IN TERNATION CLUB TOP ROW: B. Watson, J. Beard, L. Dudley, S. Baxter, T. Reed, S. Parker, S. Jacob, S. Kuhn, P. Tunison, J. Jen- sen, C. Raymond, K. Rodgers, A. Beard, D. Haas, J. Bare. ROW 2: E. Tyk, A. MacRunnels, V. Steinman, B. Barton, A. Webb, B. Wright, R. Simpson, C. Homfeld, P. McMurtry, M. Maskall, P. Lant, K. Patton. ROW 3: P. Hunter, S. Huey, C. Moore, C. Fritsche, C. Burgess, B. Williams, D. Mullins, R. Bartalini, B. Norris, C. Meyers, R. Means, M. Burgess, B. Bowdre, J. Soloman, A. Clayton, J. McCulloch, P. Wagner, R. Mineall, S. Stieger, N. Gilliard. ROW 4: D. Johnson, S. Baker, C. McKinley, J. Means, K. Pederson, D. Huey, M. Farquhar, C. Vogel, K. Swain, P. David. Membership in the International Club is open to those students who are now taking a foreign language or who have taken two years. This is the first year for the club. Its purpose is to spread knowledge of other countries and to sponsor related activities. The club's first activity was a field trip to see the movie "Ben Hur." The Club officers are: Diane Johnson, Presidentg Jody Means, Vice-President, Alice Clayton, Secretary, Carol Fritsche, Treasurerg Mrs. Morris and Miss Roach, Sponsors. 79 ,,,,,,V. ww.. 77"--v-Y--r-uv 1'-iv ' ' l' f PFWSIOL or CLUB The aims of the Physiology Club are: to promote interest in all areas of life science, to conduct Physio- logical research projects, and thus provide a background in life science Club officers are: Elena Alberts, president, Janet Koontz, vice- presidentg Nancy Allen, secretary, Martha Maskall, treasurerg Arlene MacRunnels, representativeg and Erlene Bryant, Chairman of Speakers TOP ROW: G. Finch, G. Gresham, E. Bryant, D. Koontz, L. Hodge, C. Preston, P. Cook, N. Gilliard, Miss Schornberg. ROW 2: M. Maskall, A. MacRunnels, N. Allen, J. Koontz, E. Alberts, L. Grimes, S. Baker, Palhgolziol. ROW 3: M. Van Tassler, S. Kuhn, J. Means, K. Pedersen, M. Baker, C..-Webb, B. Halberg, M. Young. ,r A This year the officers of the Chemistry-Physics Club are: Y- Steve West, president, Alan Carpi, vice-presidentg Cecile Moore, secretaryg and Martha Webb, treasurer. Objectives are to in- PH crease knowledge of science and to perfect our scientific skills. TOP ROW: A. Carpi, E. Tyk, E. Steinman, D. Busse, F. Skinner, D. Roby, P. Messina, T. Reed, B. Wright. ROW 2: R. Simpson, M. Schneider, D. Hass, J. Beard, B. Watson, J. Bare, A. Beard, C. Raymond. ROW 3: D. Weddle, M. Maskall, E. Alberts, S. Alexander, C. Fritsche, M. Webb, B. Williams, J. Robbins, C. Moore, L. Baxter. ROW 4: C. McKinley, C' Homfield, D. Johnson, J. Means, M. Ethridge, R. Bartalini, J. Salomon, Steve West. Buslm-isis Cutie The Business Club was formed this year under the able leadership of Miss Lynch and Mr. Jensen. Officers were Jill Jensen, Presi dentg Joy Sanders, Vice Presidentg Kathy Briggs, Secretary -Treasurerg Sharon Nixon, Recorder and Histor ian, The main objective ofthe club . is to better prepare members for jobs after graduation. STANDING: Jim Beard, Lois I-IansenxShar n SITTING: Kathy Briggs, Alice Clayton, Jglvlensen, ,und . 9 I . - , xx .p .1 F H A it F O O I This was an active year for Future Homemakers the Folsom Sanitarium as a pet project. of America at Folsom High. Mrs. LaCourse was the advisor and Nancy Flor- Members attended the state convention at ence, the president. Asilomar, raised money by selling cookies, and had 'I TOP ROW: Mrs. LaCourse, M. Baker, D. Fisher, N. Jacob, N. Barcus, P. Cook, E. Frank, C. Fritsche, K. Cowgill. ROW 2: L. Steele, B. Evans, S. Cameron, N. Florence, K. Rodgers, P. Lant, F. Myers, K. Guidet, C. Naughton. ROW 3: M. Allport, V. Caudill, R. Stone, D. Mullin, C. Holmes, P. Wagner, J. Steele, N. Gilliard. 81 ijytwl X 7. . l,,,,,5- Q Mgtyarwvs . 1 .LEANC f BAND 1 .,,. V ' , K, ' 'V Q egg. T -, '- I This was the second year for the Folsom High School Dance Band. The band furnished music for several school dances and was featured in the variety show, "Folsom Hi Presents." 4 t A H BACK ROW: M. McGowan, M. Willis, H. Sedgwick, M. Crites, J. Walker, A. Frederickson. FRONT ROW: D. Egloff, P. Kelley, J. Naughton, R. Wilson, T. Ferrera, R. Johnson. ' ,ff MARCHING BAND LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Carrillo, R. Kelley, M. Crites, D. Bibby, J. Campoy, R. Johnson, J. Walker, J. Naughton, A. Frederickson, H. Sedgwick, T. Ferrera, D. Egloff, M. McGowan, R. Wilson, M. Willis, M. Klug. 82 This was a busy year for the Marching Band. The main goal of the band members to have new uniforms was reached. They played for the football games and marched at the Homecoming game. Prior to Christmas the band toured the elementary schools with a special program. The band appeared at the Golden Empire Music Festival and the all school district Music Concert. They presented the annual Spring Concert in April. The last big event of the year was playing for graduation. I " J O TOP ROW: Linda La Mance, Sue Alexander, Laurine Facino, Steve Hagan, Jim Gamb, Tracy Smith, Jim Camar- rano, Terry Lyle, Robin Means, Thala Vance. ROW 2: Andrea Baird, Donna Reiman, Gail Trammell, Monica Andert, Paula Uken, Carole Lindstrom, Charlotte Vance, Sharon Saddohar, Judy St. Thomas. ROW 3: Kathryn Maroney, Sandi Tolle, Brenda Halberg, Nancy Jacob, Karen Hinton, Jody Means, Linda Thornton, Sherry Good- man, Donna Weddle. SEXTETTE O x 2 Z4 W 5 K A " if gi 13.1 1 ' if f We 'L . .Q 212 S. Alexander -6 A 1 J- Sanders me , ', Z.:-fr 4 .r as-'fs T. Lyle J - ' S. Tolle if . . I - . "aa J' r K K. Hinton L. Facino L .4 5 3 we A x , -K., Ss .R ii 5 B ' E if :H f V ' , . T I ... 1 irrrr .'- to . F -,,, I 1 kc z 915.3-2 .: f -Qiigh yf f?'MfiR3. ill.. if .ff 52 'ffE.6:?'4" 2. ' ' ii '5194 'Q "li 'Z-i-'Y' 'O 'wa'-f .J f insert foot! 9' ' . Molih 'ope P1 Qt-ure cr ashers ww: 'W' What are you doing after the game? The thinking man? X 'uf L fx fmwzff if 6 QL-dxf, w if Q ., K A I- ' x -1 .-Q ' ' N ' i f f V, MM M ,if , - SL ,51 7 , W X W uf, M W W W JY Qf gzzm 'H -, ' ' f Vil k S :S-ks, x 'f x 1 . M J' x'-1 if 5:1350 '- r . li: f 2 ' 'tr ,MM 1: gum v- .M X , .- fr -,WQQQ 4 , W lv .Qfx-5, '. ,f , "u..' W fir Zgwysw: 1. fJ,JxmA.z' f , ,fm x 1 ,- is ' 'N 1 ta 1 3 Y fioun do ugjzl' 62 w J' U 0 12 Ou . I gt-01265 1 Cal. Wu-by vw 'E-OW YOU' Oufp whaqix to 84 ants N i Y ,Y w "Xen xTr-iQl.ETlCS 5011001 days, SCHUUI days AL w 7 4 f fy ff S 7 agp 39 iw w "K - - -'wmv' -in W' ff? 'Y vi' ' y ng H K I I l ' y 4 w 1:-',1Twr+H5,,EAnERs Ik' -,, . h ,K .X K K Mki . ,C fi an Left to Right: Nancy Paulus, Sherry Huey, Pat David, and Billie Barton. -m..,,,,, 4, A W Mar f r ,Q . R gf 'gg' M, . ff-322 gm, Qjfief, .ff I VK-I w M f Hi. time 4' ax 5 few 'f 1 . ' Q, 7, L, . . 'f ul J '- ' K ' " aff' , Q ' ' 1,,- W., z -,,- V iggilwv- .V mj i, x . I , V sf- we f fps! if? 1 k , e A ' ' Sf' Hr 5,12 ' ' . kk" 3? " ' I ' Q ' 5355 Jody M eans BULLDOGS 86 Sch erri e Atkinson 3 1, 5- M E Q. . G- .' V+?" W E DER fr 4. , . E ' 3 ' E 12 W ' ' - V 'X gl Lf hmm . . it i 4 . ., Wm.. N' "W 'fv . F, 1 1 17, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Carpi, C. Fritsche, M. Webb, E. Frank, C. Moore, P. Wagner. J. V. CHEERLEADERS C. Staal, L. Lester, L. Nesbit. llVl1O'S got the ball? Hoof!! Nothing better to do. M5 Q, QQ TY' " "W V Hi llstopll Coaching from the sidelines They never caught him. s h fi? f i .kw iggn , I . A i ,:,..ii,r-.ZL1, 'il N y ' Qgkiiififlzffiaiiisiiffwzgiwiisvissg,igfgfisifgig g,,,,,, Big Defense Warming the Bench This is where it all began. 88 Sizing up the opposition, TW T fe 11 1-'H ' B V R252 JY FOCJTBI- LL . 'I V . A vi. I" 1 5 J, ff' lk ,F TOP ROW: H. McCullers, R. Boring, C. Page, C. Irwan, J. Beard, F. Monaghan, S. Hagen, D. Crowley, D. Trainer, B. Schneckloth. ROW 2: R. Miles, J. Prichard, B. Bloodworth, G. Proctor, J. Thorton, G. Cambell, D. Hamilton, J. Beres, E. Kendell. ROW 3: M. Bonnorn, L. Griffiths, F. Haynes, M. Snider, J. Holt, J. Horyza, L. Grimes, J. Sparks, B. Salsedo, ROW 4: B. Harry, K. Stilley, J. Woods, B. Carlson, M. Kipp, R. FaGalde, J. Dozier, J. Bloxham, T. Denners, G. Gswadtner. ROW 5: B. Davis, R. Otsuji, C. Webster, R. Dawson, M. Spaich, R. Miller, G. Keller, G. Emond, V. Broff, J. Cammerano, E. Tyk. ROW 6: A. Manseau, D. Hass, A. Beard, R. Bartalini, L. Dobert, M. Stefanko, F. Pickarski, D. Dauenhauer, B. Curl, R. Bianchi. ROW 7: Dewey Guerra, Coach, L. Dudley, J. Keller, B. Ronald, R. Stromass, L. Wolfe, Keith Kading, Coach. SEASON'S SCORES E1Dorado... . . .15 --- 7 Grant .... . 7 -- 27 Woodland . . . . 12 -- 14 DelOrO... ..l4--20 Rio Vista . .. . .14 -- 20 'Vacavi1le. . . . .A 7 -- 33 'Davis... H18---19 'Benicia . .. .. 7 --- 40 'Q' Galt .... . .14 -- 20 " Conference Games ef .in if 'S x it ll-, Br 31, Cal Webster, Most 89 John Holt, Best Of Ralph Boring, Best fv: limi' "ir:-5 Valuable Player fensive Linernan Defensive Back x f.m,wffffi's:L1hFi::QlQ,5' 7 ' 4 Z f - 1 EA 3 QE! Y ,S Sf- ss' 'S 1 mfg fb 1 , 4 -3 I ,. '1 ff W xf S M K W Q5 fi e ig , . 4 ' .... . ' ' ' D' if va A- t'f'i1 5f'fw : - , -in 1 wa -5 M , . Q 431 Steve Hagen Frank Haynes John Holt Cal Webster Jim Beard Mike Stefanko Louis Dudley Bill Davis David Haas Robert Miller '9-fl r YN- W5 l+ J vw .. W We XM, fi 1::a9h,4 hs 2332. "ii mf- ,wff Lv, X as 1-we-f -I 1 ,J 'E in 395505 KWWQR if TAN Xwfwfi Mixs ai '1 3 is fiw Al Manseau Frank Monaghan Broff i V r . 'YG rid' igwivlsv 'li My K .. nnnn , Q f. M "li+XfYI2'a7S?"V ' 1 SV ' T' ff' , . gfm. , ,. A .y5.,.,,4 ' 1 '. fiiiff' ' an wr.,-wif K 2 'P 1 af f , masw.:A:-'15, ,Ar - .. .L gigi :E-:, H .':." """5vQ , 4' K R' lf ?-fy ' ., -,.,,,, ' fi Q' Q?" ' 7 - 'Q Harold McCu1lers 4, . :H .V :,' - Cal Page Robert Miles ,M .fig VR. .M X Q I' f,.,. """ W ,kr 14 -1 9 ,K ix Wil-4"-V14 wr- VR. F5316 , A ,iyfiiwfqifq 5 A '41, if 'S fr-' W5 x - -V : . aww vp. 1 . QF , E n o ,W , , ggf Q 1. E, , ' ' fx?YV'f ' 7"-iVi:.:1.a - Zwngr f f' 1" 1.,:.,,g ' V ' . AW, .4 , Jan i ' " 1 V. is SK, .,i,,W,gi:g4 1, MQ MNA 'I1 T71 Bin moodworth . . f f I f 1 rf: - A Larry Grim es 1 1 ' "q,f,f--- 5' ,um r Szgwz 'N X . IY57, f - Jrfvf. -rr 8 gm ,guy Q nw 2 W2 fs , 'W 1 N W 'i' ,525 '15 K qw ' if L24 Q gf My N7 wr ' ln- W 'S Q3 w ff A E' 'Q' 2 5 'dw 8 m Q1 5931+ J??gf I, 42 Q 9 -ww" f, " 1 X .1 I UVM Wyse, 'Q . 1 .4 J W ' ' A ,- .- . - Q1.. 1-yr,-aw. ,arf 311 F A- , . , 3 .W,+,-.v-,wail -1 fq -f I ,Ns 7, , W -t. Bill Schneckloth Ron Otsuji ' Ken Stilley Mike Spaich 03? Nick Poronowicz Virgil Carter Team Inspiration Most Valuable Player Folsom Folsom Folsom Folsom Folsom Folsom Folsom Folsom .9 ...13 .6 ix if film i f 1 , ' 523, lm . . D I I -is-rsh .. osss i isYi?W.T,s,? f H Mike Crites Team Inspiration Bud Smith George Barton Jerry Scribner Outstanding Defensive Outstanding Offense Outstanding Defensive Lineman Back Back J. V. SCORES 7 El Dorado Grant . . , , Del Oro . . . ...14 RioVista.. . ...l4 Vacaville... .. ...36 Davis..... .. ...21 Benecia... ,. Galt . . , 92 A JR. RSIT 'J T N ' . QD 'E Qt' TOP ROW, left to Right: T. Everhart, T. Everhart, J. Campoy, J. Connors, E. Presley, J. Halcomb, M. Haas, D. Emory, D. Huey, B. Smith, G. Kinney. ROW 2: G. Putzka, L. Burnstad, B. Englesby, V. Carter, M. Sterns, R. Curry, T. Davis, G. Moriao, R. Johnson, J. McCollum, D. Mitchell, Mr. Warner, ROW 3: Mr. LePage, J. Christensen, J. Spaich, K. Hook, G. Christensen, B. Turner, J. Paulus, R. Rhome, G. Swager, R. Rose, B. Burkan, D. Lawson, ROW 4: L. Bruce, M. Crites, N. Poronowicz, J. Peel, D. Rundquist, J. Aldridge, R. Flemming, M. Willis, G. Barton, A. Crummy. ROW 5: J. Scribner, J. Alvarez, M. Creech, E. Page, R. Mineau, F. Ashbaugh, G Stone, D. Bass, J. Biggs, L. Schneider. SUMMARY This year our J.V. Football team won their first Mid Valley Conference Championship since 1958. Their record for this season was 6 wins and 2 losses. The coaches for this championship team were Gene LePage, and Jim Warner. We hope that the J.V. Team can do as well next year in the Golden Empire League. ,Me .. J- V. HRST SIIMSIG O. m TOP ROW, Left to Right: J. Campoy, J. Halcomb, J. Con- nors, B. Turner, J. Aldridge, B. Smith. ROW 2: M. Crites, G. Barton, N. Poronowicz, V. Carter, D. Huey. L' 93 K sl f f if Lois Hansen Homecoming Queen :Le Xu. e,,,, ff Folsom High School presented its third annual homecoming on Thursday night November 10. Festivities began with a pep assembly. Queen Lois Hansen and her at- tendants, Pat Calhoun, Sherry Huey, and Judy Easton led the parade that started at five o'clock in Rancho Cordova and moved on to Folsom. At half time of the Varsity game, Queen Lois was crowned by Varsity Captain, Robert Miller. She was escorted by game co- captain Jim Beard. The Senior Princess, Pat Calhoun was escorted by co-captain Calvin Websterg Junior Princess Sherry Huey, by Mike Critzg and Sophomore Prin- cess, Judy Easten, by Virgil Carter. Presenting the Folsom Varsity Bulldogs Folsom Will Shine Tonight X Only 25 cents Jr' ' A 'May I help you?" "I crown you Queen Lois." "Watch your step." ncee you look nice lil "I'1l lead the way.' 1191 I W-'F 4 ,www 4 Lois Hansen, Judy Easton, Sherry Huey, Pat Calhoun LEFT ROW, FRONT TO BACK: G. Barton, J. Lowrey, F. Haynes, B. Anderson, B. Miles, S. Clark, G. Kenny. CENTER: S. Hagan. RIGHT ROW' J. Loomis, V. Carter, K. Stilley, D. Leard, D. Huey, B. Smith, I-I. McCu11ers. AWARDS Defensive--Virgil and John Lowery Passing- -John Lowery Reboundsn--Steve Hagan Free Throws--Dave Leard Most Lmproved--Jerry Kenny Field Goal--Virgil Carter A msn V SEASON 'S SUMMARY In his first year as varsity basketball mentor at Folsom High, Coach Larry Jennings fashioned a team of sophomores and juniors that won 10 and lost 13. Gaining momentum as the season progressed, the Bulldogs wound up in third place in the Mid- Valley Conference, and dominated the consola- tion bracket at the Auburn Tournament. On occasion referred to as "Jennings Diaper Crops," i the average age of the team at season's end was 15 yrs. 10 mos. i Virgil Carter scored 133 points in league play to rank third in the conferenceg Steve Hagen with 107 was fourth. Carter was honored by being named "player of the year" in the Mid-Valley Conference. He and Hagan were picked for the All-Conference first team. F-1' w SCORES 19 . . . . Sutter Creek . . . . 21 33.. ..Jackson .. ..32 43.. ..DelOro .... ..20 49 . . . . St. Vincent" . . . . 51 43.. ..Galt" ..... ..4'7 53.. ..Grant... ..61 37.. ..LaSierra . ..56 4l.. ..ElDorado... ..55 39.. ..Davis'H.. ..4'7 58 . . . . Galt" ..... . . 39 61... ..Courtland... ..48 50... ..Benicia""" ..42 30 . . . . . Vacavillew . . . . . 32 28... ..I-Iighlands... ..62 58... ...Davis""' .... ..46 68... ...Galt""" ..... ..57 61 . . . . . Bishop Armstrong . . . . '74 36 . . . . . Bishop Armstrong . . . . 59 65 . . . . . Benicia"" ..... . . . 66 51 . . . . . . Vacaville""' . . . . . 49 35... ...P1acer"""" ..7O '73 ........ Nevada Unionm . . . 59 55 ........ El Doradom ...... . . 35 'Mid-Valley Conference Tournament V "Conference Game """Auburn Tournament Q. ty T 2 -s 0 w. I ' 2 fi eg. .Q 'M 1 .. Q ff 2 90 sr ,.... I , ,fs fs J s A so if Q' 'ili 1 l if .ji . I A., . . r 5 r ' ... sz if-s -- A K -' f Aga rf- , 5,...,....,-. ,, e 'f' M of "fe .LL , .' , w W u Y' 1 5.71, 1, R. Miles B. Anderson K, Stilley B, Smith 4. 1 , xx x qi I "xx D. Huey CHITCI S, Hagen Lowery J. Loomis F. Haynes D. Leard G. Kenny 97 "Sink it!" -:X MF .ff g ' 2' -s-wi ' 3 ' IIB!! BACK ROW: R. Hunter, R. FaGa1de, L. Burnstad, K. Delaney, L. Neslen, A. Smith, B. Burken, D. Otsuji, J. Mc- ttf Cullough. FRONT ROW: L. Bruce, M. Carter, T. Doherty, J. Carpenter, E. Parsons, J. Spaich, J. Parsons, J. Rios. Ms. Folsom High's 1960-61 Bullpups finished the season with arecord of two wins and 18 losses. Their final game, played at home with Vacaville, was their best effort. Win or lose, the Bullpups never lacked for hustle and spirit? according to Coach Jim Grimes. Dennis Otsuji was voted the most valuable player and the best defensive playerg Jim Parsons received the free throw award and Lee Neslen the field goal award. 34.. 3O.. 33.. 35.. 18.. 23.. 40.. 40.. 33.. 42.. 33.. 38.. 29.. 35.. 47.. 29.. 42.. Season's Record Sutter Creek . Jackson . . . Del Oro . . . Grant . . . La Sierra . . . El Dorado . . Davisfk .... Galtvk .... ....45 ..15 ....37 ...62 ...47 . ...42 ...42 ...48 Courtland . . . . . . 63 Benicia? . . . . . 50 Vacavilleflf. . . . 37 Highlands. . . . . . 62 Davis? ..... . . . 45 Galt? ..... . . . 37 Christian Bros. .... 53 Christian Bros. .... 42 Benicia ..... . . .53 Vacavillefif . . . . . .51 55 vkMid-Valley Conference LL Y 4 w 'W- H' 1 L. Bruce J. Carpenter J. Parson J. Spaich 9 D. Otsuji L. Neslen A. Smith J. Rios F.. Hunter T. Doherty 99 B. Burken K. Delaney kg x '1 ' 1- T-tri' 'Q if R,-ww K ,a fi Ii 1' A-S' 1 X . Dead Silence. 'Beat them at the jump ba , , , in . J K9 6,4 W , ... V a' 'f . , V, '?'12g2, 'my fn- mi' gf ' ' - "" ' '- W 'W .A via f ry gstfwv ,J S , sae df. sv . - A' p '-' . HE . AW vw M "L v Q " Q' 1: -. , 2 2 if 4 53 -,g1zs."g 'ag ': 1, Q- . V ' 1 Q -A if if 'T zzxgf JF -: ' 5,9 " ' , -, -' 4' -MQ! "Mi Ax K F Q h I, .. V-3, ,316 , :r fi f -55. 0 . - .Lila- .ffl SQ J "Noi The ball is mine E" Rebound' S ' f.f+Qssif?1l,s.fl WSE x M MT f,. L , .-,m,..',:,.k.:i5:2a:2f-wie" f ifif:-'u A--f K -- . he e Vim? Sz ' reef i .551 71? is . , W 35 : W . Y gg ,, L am . W I ffliff-T153 M - 1' -,J uv . f,.s gfi2Wlf?1:aK'f5-1 -155 ,-., ,il flf1ef'wizw2:fw1' 1 :S . , - f?T?QfZ55,gs5 miulannm ' , ga. 2' wi .V V k , K. A F R gf' "Hi "iii: U KZ ,521 A592 K ' ffl: S -t -r -e -t -c -h Jump Shot 100 "Did he make it? ' X ' X 1 ,Q . ,Q if 'ti25?tfKEfJDAiimARF 'ETT Pat David Princess This year Folsom took a team of Juniors and Sophomores to the Kendall-Arnett Tournament. In the opening round Thursday night, the strong Placer team fwho went on to win the championshipj trounced the Bulldogs 70-35. Friday night, Folsom came back to defeat the Nevada Union Miners 73-59, setting a tournament scoring record. On the final night, the Bulldogs fought their way to Consolation Championship by downing E1 Dorado 54-33. The team chose Pat David for their princess, and the captain, Steve Hagan, was her escort. Steve shared a trophy with Woods of Nevada Union for single-game high-point man, at 23 points. Pat was named one of four outstanding cheerleaders at the tournament. Folsom High can be proud of the games turned in by their team and the fine showing they made at Auburn. 101 'NS' PM 1. v-ggf ' ftf- T- I ,Q if za ll II NU ,3,,.5- 'live' .U I? 'fn E 5 E3 E. 2 'U F N 73 S .. O K E M U2 -, . U ' 'Ne , 2 ,Q FC Qi" L e+ - K 00 5 g fr . is H 2, QM su W " 'If af' 5 'e n- .i , ,U W 2 ,sg-fm. 9! V1 2 9' fn 5 FU on gg o as - gg, "' :1 P' 904: cn U' . 3 pu 5 2' 5 F' af o S-1 F' :f 0 Q an o E - S Ls: V' 2 ' 5. .. p-ig P5 6' uv Q 9- ' 'CA 3 X' E32 gg D' :1 U :J . ' 6, -,, fl W O ,, , 55, 3 4 ag Q g' ggi 2 ,U , I "1 . - i fl, T VQKQE "-' milf ' 4. 'f' f'Y" 77 OE I ., ,,,, 2 Ga Ewa fi f M 2 fl' W'-4 21,52 ,Q ' ,, Q ,,,, I 'egg L..-.A e .A i , Ze f 1' Yf' M --zf 'ff . 1 W wr fn V e W z Is it really that bad? "Oops! Made it!" K Q 'Q 'awudw -ES K eww 53 ,MW ' A K 6 i"" f 1 E 5 , , ' E if M' Vfu' Just by inches! "N . Up and over! 102 W r . J Q.. ,f,,.. . Q 4: . V 5? '9' .V .rg . A L :C . .fgfip A . 1 TOP ROW: I.. Burnstad, D. Dauenhauer, G. Johnston, G. Putzka, J. Christensen, G. Moirao, J. Klein. ROW 2: M. Crites, G. Barton, J. Aldridge, M. Stefanko, J. Carney, F. Ashbaugh, B. Samson. ROW 3: M. Carter, L. Redmon, A. Crummy, J. Llopis, F. Piekarski, D. Rundquist, G. Christensen. Q " "4-"VX QQ Jw.,-ls, M " Wee Willy They went that way H e Ho eav - Flying High I Up and over fl W ,... 103 J l"""""' BASEB TOP ROW: J. Loomis, M. Spaich, P. Tunison, H. McCu11ers, G. Gshwandtner, V. Carter, L. Neslen, J. Scribner. ROW 2: W. Wiebersick, K. Delaney, D. Otsuji, B. Kinner, J. Kallis, N. Poronowicz, J. Spaich, M. Stefanko. ROW 3: J. Bloxern, J. Lowery, J. Rios, K. Wagoner, J. Parsons, M. Kipp, D. Haas, B. Townsend, J. Cammarano. v i As the E1 Oro went to press, the F.H.S. Bu11dogsQhad just begun their season. The new baseball coach, Mr. LePage, started out with a few returning lettermen from last year 's co-championship team and some promising men from the J.V. squad. The potential was there, the outlook was good, and the boys hoped to win their share of the games. X "Strike three!" 104 'fi- s E51 5 N5 ' ,wrgaxl M -. F 'W Hey X9 You all Jf we OQ raw- kr "Hey you guys--YELL!" , 3 5 ,5 Fi' M J Mf'i,,-wg 1 M " ., MN Q-, , A , m. ' M A M2 3' a m'1 f 1 M E' f ' I wk X0 Lan, N K K ie f , ' ' - 5006 OUP f 3 f V vga 0 , F" vg 4,5 eff 609 0312 ,X 304 Forward March I -YU PQ. Vly 686. SENIOR VOLLEYBALL TEAM TOP ROW: T. Lyle, S. Paulus, H. Sellers, P. Calhoun. ROW 2: N Y 1' A I G. A. A. ACTIVITIES ,I .,. ,, "...andIsaidto Doggln lt. TOP ROW: P. Riley, C. Howard, S. Huey, P. McMurtry, him . . ." Vance, G. Russell. ROW 2: J. Johnson, F. Meyers, C. Fritsche, P. Wagner, J. Schilling. J? .min JUNIOR VOLLEYBALL TEAM f 4161 v as g- -' M. L , :A ,M ..- nx it A" Sports Manager Jill Mero Advisors Miss Matten Miss Carroll 1. ' . 5,3 ' President S ally Kuhn Vic e -President Kathleen Patton Secretary Theron Key Treasurer Sharon Jacob 107 Class Representatives Senior Class--Donna Huey Junior Class--Kim Guidet Sophomore Class--Judy McElwee ivy- ,J F ,- -Q - fl 3 1 .X l ., ' ' " ' I . ji ,O 7 5 - - - J , , SOFTBALL TOP ROW: S. Baker, M. Webb, S. Patter- son. ROW 2: N. Gilliard, J. Johnson, C. Moore. ROW 3: S. Atchinson, P. Smart, S. Jacob. 'fm "It'll be ready by the time school starts." BASKETBALL BACK ROW: C. Lindstrom, C. Berry, C. Staal. FRONT ROW: V. Steinman. D. Fisher, J. Johnson. "The bus's late KWSN X asv- If ' -fe ,' - 2 . School 'FE . .',, , 1 f , ,,,- -me. f EIHY .L 1,1-1 ADVERTISiN Cif S, SC1'lU0l days f,,SX5"f:S,E'i rglfl ay'-f,f FGA fk, -Q,S fb 1 w X, , ,YQ f ,fm N4 ' ,vm VN, 1 wg M '55 F 1 -if , I , f' M K 4 tm W V- fi ,s S , Qi. 6 ,W M 'V J M , WF w A ML ww if ff nm' Sh M im mf f , if 41- . 2f,,Wwfm W ,sb N wzgfmafimfzs K wflibgsl ' - 255, Is .Lv-vii? i V 5' ek: sw Qgggf, M, 3 .ff .,,,, 5 WO- gfm. 1 A ,Q li . I 513' f W -- fy, 'Sify' Q gm? jg QQ Q F IS V 9' fx , ' Y, Q 2 ,525 SEC D "vm I , U 5 nv ' , I 4 1 1 1 .kip Q ? ' 'zz L: 5 'f 5 A? ,..',i,, fm S! 'gi - 1, K ig' . fp, ' if " Q fiwizi - ffiy-tlftai la: f 'sgm , my , H Q .5521 .AA my an Seiji' 'ki as 'f' -A-if S3 pfksk j .1 i4fwf'W"iff T H, :Q R571 Q., ,L L, 'limi is M Compliments of THE HIRES BOTTLING CO. Sacramento, California QF 31, ff . 'QQ9 L f"'..' W. M. RUMSEY 726 Sutter Street Yukon 5-2082 Folsom, California ' 1 of 1 It's a pleasure to shop at POLK'S Finest in ready-to-wear for all the family FOLSOM CALIFORNIA EARL J. HOXSIE "FORD" 614- Sutter Street Yukon 5-4421 Folsom, California + ,Y uw I le W W HoLT's SERVICE h' ' li 'flew TR. E. HULLETT'S RICHFIELD I W 'L If ,." ll I tejijg ,nv I il ll 702 Sutter Street if 929 Folsom California Folsom California .2 ,Q ' YL W7 , dl A 5 JET AUTO SUPPLY 'M wl F 0 AN' 'UM Rancho Cordova Shopping Center l y only Ummef: R- - elif' 0 fp 4 f Rancho Cordova MJ 30 lelill S QW Z 5-3685 ' fl Empire 3-4825 E ll, Folsom, California SMALL FRY -I-CGS LEN BROCK JEWELERS INFANTS THROUGH SIIBTEEN ' Fine Jewelry for the Entire Family BUYS T0 ll GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING Cordova Village Slmplflg Center YUkon 5-2133 412 Bidwell Street Rancho Cordova California Folsom, California H A P H SHEET METAL WORK my ' 0 on HEATING AND VENTILATING 715 Sutter Street 805 Sutter Street Flllsom California Folsom California YUlcon 5-3616 YUkon 5-2807 YV I 1 , af ., vii.. , - 6: - 2 1'Iff'l'4fT?iY: 307 Riley Street Folsom, California Q Materiil I -atterns-not..rs iwftf 'gf W :ing machine FCfLSOM'S FABRICS 1 5 FI I . A I GQ if rt P 1 L ,Mk 'X 1,1 .,i I H b'worsgi'atui11,..'wi ns to the Class of '61 it 1 W Y ANY ' SUTTER CLUB U v , IN- ' 1 ' 1 1-5 u . ' 1 H I if I 720 Suttei' Street ' if If ' x ,Ju uf 1 uf 1 , 5 Folsom California YUkon 5-2093 Best Wishes to the Class of 1961 FOLSOM FURNITURE STORE 300 East Bidwell Folsom California WALKER CORDOVA HARDWARE Cordova Village Center Rancho Cordova California STAN BURNS-G. A. fNELSI NELSON ElVlpire 3-4-896 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1961 CORDGVA VILLAGE PHARMACY 10697 Folsom Blvd. Rancho Cordova California EIVlpire 3-2611 FOLSOM AUTO SUPPLY Wholesale 81 Retail D. L. WHITAKER Folsom 609 Sutter Street California YUIcon 5-2823 FOLSOM CLEANERS Congratulations Class of '61 CORDOVA TEXACO FOLSOM SHOPPING CENTER Marion Buliun Richard Goodell Folsom California Yllkon 5-2760 10599 Folsom Blvd. Rancho Cordova, California FOl.SOM HOTEI I Stop and See Micky and Marie for Home Cooked Food i I ELGEM FAMQUS won CTEN1 ER Most Modern Supermarket in Qacramento l x N3 Acres lj . uv. , just a Sh Y J i zz Folsom Californig F0lSOIT'l BlVL. I Rancno o .1 Congratulations MILLER FUNERAL HOME Class of 1961 HALE'S DEPARTMENT STORE 9th 81 K Street Sacramento SEXTONNS MEN'S 81 BOYS' SHOP Rancho Cordova California Since 1869 507 Scott Street Folsom, Calif. Lakeside Memorial Lawn on the Short of Lake Natoma C G tl? fi? V A, q I Q I sq Q I an I I my n 1 s I sgewfgetrz ,f iTrf'1'?'??'m"Ttt'f-fygfggaf at Sritgiww o,ri,i,,, ..ANViA..,-M...M.-A,,.,,..r,M, . , . 437-fl"'l 912-:P'."l 9 to ,L CORDOVA LANES Your Family Recreation Center RANCHO CORDOVA SHOPPING CENTER FREE INSTRUCTIONS RY CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY 'Y"' W C0mP1iments 8 of SUPER 54 10 314 Bidwell CHEVROLET COMPANY Sales and Service Greenback Lane and Auburn Road Folsom Shopping Center Folsom Folsom Calif. YUkon 5-2506 1 V+ 5 ,T 1 1 1.3 if 9 or r M K rkkk .4 ,V .lk 1 Qi 4 f 5 8 ,, 5, 'V ggi!! 1 ffiofifi , 2,, g,,w 1' ., I ' I .:,,.. M ..L., in ,A.,,. W, 1, - f ' jf at , .--. . ',,. . ...: I V-, FIA.: i r Q, in ,..-A, V . VK I ,, Nh VVDV fa It -V A , K K A , H nn H fl W M V . MH ,,, VW i .iii , a i , in A ,L -V ix Q A , I x V I WK ,A , A t , A t ,Q Q 3 1 . i ,Q r V sfk i ,v ,i I A ,Q lqll. , x i to , ' ' ,""""",M , r W 4 i r t oo or A A " . Bidwell Street Folsom, California fi Lanes Brunswick Automatic Pin Setters Billiard Room Coffee Shop X Air Conditioned Meeting Room v--rj -P -:uv L ' 'Vi 'E l KlPP's APPLIANCES FO'-SUM F'-0R'5T 316 Bidwell street Yukon 5-2878 Frigidaire Rsaiwilsssssl Folsom Shopping Center Yukon 5-4-466 SALON STERLING LUMBER COMPANY LA BEAUTEE "STERLING QUALITY" Permanents-Tints-Bleaches "Whether it's a foot or a million" Advanced Styling and Haircutting Foisom California TUES.-SAT. 9:30-5:30-THURS. EWENINQS .46 Folsom Shopping Center If ' !0451,?j44' Y f ,, if B we , V . .mq Y ' J n v I 3 as E' i I'-'SQ ' MODEL "REXALL" PHARMACY BOX'-ER,S MARKET Alfred J. Relvas PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS 808 Bidwell Street Yukon 5-9954 330 Bidwell Street Yukon 5-3611 Folsom California Folsom, California Congratulations to the Class of 1961 To Be Sure, Insure with Zjljgjfce 1133233 FOLSOM LAKE LIQUORS dived Offers a Toast to the Class of ,61 Yukon 5-2596 Folsom, California hade Bette, GIFTS OF LASTING QUALITY just a S CORDOVA JEWELERS TlLLETT'S CLEANERS Barron E. Gage 10663 Folsom Blvd. ElVlpire 3-1242 Efylpire 3-1473 Rancho Cordova 10673 Folsom Blvd. Fail' Oaks Rancho Cordova California ff i N , 'Yi 6 'Q my Q Q I f l PAT'S SHOES SUTTER BEAUTY SALON SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Murnu Permenfer-Dorothy Hawkins PM and Alice Harris Hi-Fashion Hair Coloring, Style Permanente: 10675 Folsom Blvd. Ellflpire 3-1611 721 Sutter Street YUkon 2- Rancho Cordova, California Folsom' California 3' mx A1 Ri. Wslizriiwf KEN HARRIS HARDWARE 6235 Hazel Avenue Congratulations ro the Senior Class WALLY BULLARD'S CHEVRON STATION Orangevale California YU 8-1361K .Viv , . 6601 Folsom, Auburn Road Folsom, Calif. ii i i' ' - .HQ ii ff if K 3, "iz- J 57' 5 Z7 A 1: ,i.i J Q?ff',s -E 7i.f7,jiu7 lljljl i Eiffjgj Q 381, -1 -7 ,A ,Up 0 2 N U 275 5 Hi 5 235 llllllllllllll 52 f 41 f L Lf,2?cQf2 7 7,9 nj arf lullnrlu I-7 fl: K. ja ij r of 5 ' QL Q-U C5 1 w-L, Too, GROWS WITH THE CHALLENGE OF ouR CHANGING woRLD Graduaiion from l-ligh School means much more ihan compleiing I2 years of academic siudy, H means your emergence as young men and women, ready io rake your new place in an ever-changing world . . . as a wage-earner, homemalcer or siudeni of higher or specialized educaiion. Whaiever your plans for The iulure, as your new neighbor and old friend, W-l. wishes you success. W-L, Too, is ialcing a new place in lhis growing melrropoliian area, bringing ihe goods and services of "Sacramen+o's Finesi Deparimeni STore" lo a brighi new slore al ihe corner of Waii Avenue and El Camino. We hope This new siore will become as imporlani a parl of your life as has been lhe familiar slore al l2'rh and K io Jrhree generaiions of Sacramenians. "Sacramen+o's Fines+ Deparimeni' S+ore" Esfablishecl in I874 E Q3 - irlli rroe we 'il N THE FOLSOM TELEGRAPH , 1 110 4,0 "Your Local Newspaper Since 1856" Printers and Publishers ' 4 801 Sutter Street Folsom, California gi lli Q 5 f,-. r " if Llh' K STEVE'S A 8K W RCOT BEER DRIVE-IN Hamburgers Chili Dogs Submarines Hot Dogs Where quality is never questioned. H065 Folsom Blvd., Rancho Cordova 409 Natoma Street, Folsom 723A Sutter St. Folsom, Calif. Best Wishes to the Class of '61 WESTERN AUTO STORES MARYLEE 'S PASTRIES Phone YUkor1 5-4032 L K The place to go for delicious pastries , ' I , 'j ake decorating, our specialty. 426 Bidwell Street Q Foflsom fr V J! f V X Lil! fl f , D "1 V 'kon 5-3738 In Lucky Market fl ' l l X , K - L i if blilfbflfll ll Wil fjflw jf VM lf dj- Ol QM, N MARJoQk4l!lHZwifl wht gl TDM I R REALTY 9 Bookkeeping Sfervicelkj N f f X 716 Sutter Street lncome Tax Folsom, California Folsom Best Wishes Class of '61 Good Luck Class of '61, Cor ffratulations Class of 1961 Ei M BOND'S LAUNDRGMAT DR. DEAN w. sTovALL 2201 Del Paso Blvd. YU 5-2240 No. Sacramento WA 2-0511 ,ah X X 'U-a H Cf T "Friendship" Georgia Bowdre and Billie Barton clown. "Charleston" Vickie Weiler dances. "The Cut-Ups" The danceband plays. fAccordianist Joe Carr blocked out., "That Naughty Lady" Record pantomime: Vickie Steinman, Carol Lind- strorn, 'Connie Stahl, Donna ' Dymesich. a X, l1Tammyv1 The Sextette F omQHi lfresents was the ,f namgo t e 1 61 talent show wh was stag in the Boys' G t evening of Ma c 10. l M Go "But, Mom, This is your son . . .iff I C l W 1 d the Show' Dennis Roby in a monolog. if 3 R10 P5011 was the Pfoducm- "Laura" ETX 11 11 dld a g'uP Job as MC' Martha Maskall at the key ,muh "Alameda love1ies" Fw ' GT'-L K. 1 W 'Qs 'N 53, .,., . as 'mmf K "ZIV K rs' :HQ 3 :MV an-1 L L ' . .3 1-14' '- '- 'fun ! f . X F w' as-T3 X . ' Blllgff R 553.219 ' vw M X. . - L-by ,m f K , '15 V - ' A , X L 9 H . N f :sf r r L 10 are Q7- .ig-5 K ,.p,ff, , , .. e r.,,7M1x? -5 , '. in K g I in b 5 , . . Q ' "' A"--1 eaw - ,,, 'N-5: N 5 7 i V - . - z 3:32 fs .Q -- . First string of cheerleaders 7' Q ff' f"l.4 fi "I wonder how it works ?" ,.-W, n 1 f' ' AZ' Qgvx "Once upon a time . . " Swingin' The monster from , wr- A arab Outer-Space a ' . M ,W 'QQ' ' . 'Now Really!" ,A ' fy, I "What am I supposed to do?" "om Pony" "Please 1" "If you do I'll mash you" 5 ,... me l Ali' ay ' K y - '1 Jff?"' -- of ? W ff .. if W ' - s. Louis Dudley ? 91 Little Jimmy Beard Mountam Gul The Thinker? 2 "Didn't your mother eve' ya '?Il l 4 RICHFIELC an at A 1 6 ' Kf. M Q, l 'T' F" I, lf m is Best Wishes Q fro Best Wishes in the Future to the m Class of 1961 CORDOVA VILLAGE ' MUSIC 81 DANCE CENTER 10259 Folsom Blvd. Empire 3-2638 10649 Folsom Blvd. Rancho Cordova, California Rancho C0I'd0Va, Calif01'llia BRUGGER'S RICHFIELD Empire 3-3 773 Cor KING'S FAS:-uoNs ' Compliments "Apparel with Appeal" FOLSOM READY Sportswear, Dresses, Formals dova Village Center-Rancho Cordova, Calif. Empire 3-1868 .X vfli' f5 50' : 'GwF , 1 ., 1 ' zfif .. 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