Fort Bragg High School - Breath of Ocean Yearbook (Fort Bragg, CA)

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V ' t2.S1rCl ,U A ' MMM, if M if Jrjjf ,ia mg 'V x t A , N ,,' ' v .ft V Q jMv'MqMiAjl5i4i ffl My Among the necessary and entertaining programs of school life are J' ,,f If W 7 . . 'Q J' 6 Ded1cat1on All V' 51" 5 9 V! F 1 the Jamboree and Operetta. The guidance and leadership for pro- ducing these programs are to be found in the person of Mrs. Grace Harlow. Without her constant patience and understanding, these activities would not receive the praise awarded them. Mrs. Harlow graduated from Fort Bragg Union High School in 1923. While in high school she was active in musical affairs. She received her degree in music from the University of California and did graduate work at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and the University of California. She came to teach in Fort Bragg in 1942 and has given up much of her own time in order to help the students with whom she works. The "Breath of Oceana staff of 1958-1959 proudly dedicates this edition of the yearbook to Mrs. Grace Harlow. 9 I if W if A kj, B91 il g 2 K 524 . gf rkkfv .A Lf I jf ff M-MMM f g I if 7 af ' ,R if Q 4 f Q ,fy A N D SEA TED, Left. to Right: john Cinnolino, jack Perkins, Helen Racine, Arthur Gray, George Roach STANDING, Left to Right: Dr. Alan Robertson, Rev, C. C. Huthnance, Roscoe Lawson, Dr. Mar lin Barnes, jack Hyman. Board of Trustees 12 Roscoe V. Lawson Superintendent 13 Vernon S. Nelson Principal Wesley F. Pittman junior High Principal Mr. HAROLD MANLEY Instrumental Music Boys' Glee Mrs. GRACE HARLOW Girls' Glcc R Mixcd Chorus Piano f W Mr. EDWARD JEWETT Mechanical Drawing Printing Photography Mr. HOMER HARTFORD Jr. Hi. Mathematics Mrs. LORIA JOHNSON Jr. Hi. English Social Studies 1 6 Mr. DEAN CRAWFOR Jr. Hi. Sc' fncc j My M 3 3 a ? S l E 2 K Mrs. LUCILE LOGAN Jr. Hi. English Social Studies Mr. EDWARD TAUBOLD Mechanical Drawing Machine Shop Mrs. VIRGINIA LAWRENCE Jr. Hi. Mathematics English Mr. WAYNE NELSON Driver Training 17 Mrs. LILLIEN MEYERS English 11,12 Psychology 1 Mrs. BETTY BUDERI Typing 1 Shorthand Business Practice Mr. CHARLES PREISIG Algebra 1,11 Geometry 1 Trig. and Solid Geometry Mrs. RUTH WARE U. S. History World History Mr. TIMOTHY PLANK English 10 Journalism Howl Staff Mr. HERMAN WEST Biology Mrs. DONNA NELSON Arts and Crafts 18 will Mr. WILLIAM MOORE Va it Sports WSW Mrs. THELMA RICKABAUGH Home Economics Family Living Mr. JAMES RYBLOOM Miss LOIS COONEY Typing 1, 11, 111 Shorthand 11 Bookkeeping Jr. Hi. Shop Mathematics Mrs. FLORENCE WRIGHT Home Economics Girls' P.E. Mr. MERLE WOOD Chemistry Physics Geometry 1 19 Miss HELEN ABRAMSON Girls' P.E. Mrs. INA WILLMANN Nurse kwa Mr, LOYD HOOFARD Driver Education Functional Math Bovs' P E Mrs. RITA CARLSON Jr. Hi.,SoCial Studies hir. CHARLES DAY Svnior Problbnis Mr ARTHUR AYDERSONI W orld Illstory Currvnt Evm-nts Drncr Education 20 Mr. JAY BERNHISEL Refresher Math Earth Svicncc Mr. ROBERT DRAGNESS Boys' P.E. Football Mr. DAVID BARNES English II Jr. Hi, English Breath of Ou-un I .4 lg Mrs. MARIA IIUBER Spanish I. II. III Conversational Spanish Nlr. CLINGHANI LAVVERNCE Woodshop 21 f I Mrs. LOIS HAIYK Librarian Mr. RICHARD YIP Art 5 S 4 Mrs. Charlene Aumack jr. Hi. English Mrs. Verda Wakcrly Civics U.S. History Mrs. Ellen Hainer jr. Hi. English Mathematics Cafeteria Staff Office Staff Head Custodians W3 g wx S, We-5. ilasiiwzi is 4' 3. if was -f ,,f, A ,, 5 V 5, N. . X imfwfsiifs gg, Vkkk , 1 ...i . s 1 J g Q A M.- VLV, 5 ,iw Z S 5 fi ii First Semester Student Council STANDING, Left to Right: Rex Hutchinsg Vice President, Melvin Sanfordg President, Bob Coplandg Advisor, Mr. Charles Day. SEATED: Gloria Silvag Sigrid Rinneg Mary Ann Minerg Secretary, Barbara Bainbridge-g Treasurer, Sharon Bartley: Leslie Peakerg Putty MfGuireg Marie Montgomeryg Rosalie Princeg Nancy Motherwell. Student 26 - w'r?m-Q-.F A my S: ' T, Q ay ' A 3 xg x NA 225 Q X x f 2 X , 2 gg 'imm- JZ 'A' Viniwf' K . Zi, , Q, SA 1 My f' N 53,3 Le, i Q 2 . Q ,, , riwi, ' gli .!,A . as ,. v'Q'.3'!Q if sf-my-3 A IA it . , 2 .sw 'Q ,WWW fn -f ig-xp 5 .43 ' J YL . "y Hn Zim.. R if' 1:4 W , 4. ,ag Q" M x . ' 1.-qv . Cgfgir' Q 481 A A ,. f as ' I K f' 2 fgsvgggw. 1 L,.. 2 , . '1' , , k- , , , ' M, . g Lf 'gf-. ' I ,nt ' , N ,A Q - , V 'jig - .im K, . .V 'v'1I r 1, ir.. R A4 A f ' K V 5' ' A ,-3 ' Kblmw 1. ' i ,Q 5 A ,T-11 A .M A 7 , N31 .Q V, ,yd A , ,Lt Z ' ' X A Mx fy . ,, 'ff f f'fS?2l?W 5 .fs Q 'M ' K if? wa 9555 W f lf? ' V 'iff M. i x 1 5 ,."fv,. ,f V 5 Y , ,S 6 . ,,. ,, J, . XX XM V v X, ,. 5 i 3 s I E 5 2 s 2 Z 2 E S E N I O R S . 1, . - PTNMTL t eww' A Yew' sen Vcifzhleh Senior Class Officers mit ! . . Warren GHS . Barbara asufef ' ' Sec1eU1W'T7e Student Council Representatives . . . Bob Clark and Marie Montgomery xohfso JOHN M. ANDERSON MARIE AGNES ANDRADE JUDITH ARLOINE ANDREANI General "John" Business "Aggie" College Prep "Judy "Finds good in everything" "Silence is the perfeetest hearld of "Wit is the salt of eonversationf' Courteous . . . quiet , . . enjoys hunt- joy." Modest . . . wonderful conversational ing and fishing , . , future plans - Transferred from Arcada in the eighth ist. get a job. grade . . . polite . . . future plans - Operetta 15 Jamboree lg CSF 35 Glee Track 2. become a stewardess. 15 FHA l,2,4g GAA 2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4, RONALD D. ANDREANI College Prep "Ron Jaw" "A maniv own manner and character is what most becomes him." Likes a good time . . . forever laugh- ing and joking . . . plans to be an architect. Block FB 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,3,4. BARBARA ANNE BAINBRIDGE College Prep "Bobanne' "A finger in every pie" Hard working . . . generous . . . Stu- dent Body Secretary. CSF 2,3,4g FHA 2,35 GAA 2,3,4 Student Council 3,45 Pep Club l,2,3 Breath Staff 2,3,45 Girls' State 3. 31 SANDRA LEA BANFILL College Prep "Shanks" "You can never tell what 5he'll do next." Lively . . . hopes to become a lab technician. Operetta. lg Jamboree 3,45 CSF 2,3g Glee 15 FHA 1,2,3g Howl Staff 1,25 GAA 2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3. NEIL J. BARBOUR General "Neil,' "A loyal, just, and upright gentle- man." Dependable . . . enjoys skin diving . . . plans to enlist in the Air Force. WALTER BURTON BEST General "Waldol' "Speak low if you speak love." Makes the most of everything . . . hobbies include hunting and fishing . . . polite. Varsity Football 3. JOANNA CATHERYN BECK Business "Fuzzy', "On with the dance." Joined us from Stockton in the tenth grade . . . likes to talk . . . gay per- sonality. Operetta 35 Jamboree 2,3,45 Glee 2,3,43 FHA 2,3,4g GAA 2,3,4g Pep Club 3,45 FBLA 3,4. VIVIAN LEE BOETTCHER College Prep "Vivian', "We are such stub' as dreams are made on -" Transferred from St. Joseph, Michi- gan in the seventh grade . . . cute. Jamboree 4g CSF 25 Glee 4-g FHA 1,25 GAA 2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4. 32 RICHARD DENNIS BENEDETTI College Prep "Bird" "Great thoughts come from the heart." Enjoys hunting . . . thoughtful . . . plans to become an architect . . talkative. LEONARD WILLIAM BROWN College Prep "Leonard,' "It is good to be honest and true." Real sportsman - enjoys hunting and fishing . . . plans to stay around Fort Bragg awhile and then go into the service. Sr. Dance Committee 43 Sr. Ban- quet 4. HENRIETTA LORENE BUCKMASTER General "Ernie" "To be amiable is to be satisfied with oneself and othersf' Pleasant disposition . . . likes to work with animals. GAA 3,45 Senior Banquet Commit- tCC. ROBERT LEE CLARK General "YVhat-me-worryn "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest menf' Easy going . . . plans lo join the Navy. Baseball 2,3,4g Basketball 3,45 Block FB l,2,3,4. THOMAS D. CARINE General "Fish" "I think good thoughts, whilst others write good words." Happy-go-lucky . . . plans to join the Navy. Prop committees for Jamboree 8L Sen- ior Play 3,45 Senior Banquet 4. CAROLYN SUE CLINK College Prep l'Susie" "Here's a dear and true-industrious friend." Conscientious . . . plans to be an English teaeher. CSF 2,3,4g GAA 2,3,4g Spanish Club 35 Breath Staff 2,3,4. 33 DIOLINDA THERESA CAROLO Business "Dolly' "How goodness heightens beautyf Soft spoken . , . pleasant smile . . . plans to go to business college. GAA 3,4. FRANK GEORGE CHRISTMAN General "Snow Drift" "A good name is better than riehesf, Joined us in the eighth grade from Umpqua, Oregon . . . good-natured . . . plans to get a job. 9 .v DOUGLAS CLIFFORD COLBERG General "Doug" "I would rather be right than be presidentf' Interested in ears 4 especially one 'l950 Chevrolet'!! . . . enjoys sports. Block FB 1,2,3. BOB COPLAND College Prep "Smiley" "Laughing, smiling, everrnoreg he's a boy we all adorefj Likable . . . Student Body President . . . ,59 Jamboree Chairman. Jamboree 1,2,3,4g Boys' Glee lg Breath Staff 3,4g Block FB 1.23.43 Basketball 1,2.3,4. KENNETH CHARLES CROWTHER College Prep "Jug" "Character is the real foundation for all worthwhile suecessfj Modest . . . worth knowing. Bloek FB 2.3.43 Football fig Basket- ball l,2,3,45 Track 2,351-. PATRICIA ANN CRYTZER General i'Pat" "Haj1pine.s.f courts thee in her best array." Eflicient . . . merry . . . a good organ- izer. Operetta 1,3g Jamboree l,3,4g Glee 1,2,3,45 FHA lg Howl 2g GAA 3,4g Pep Club 2. LOYD ALAN DAHI. General 'iDahl" "Life is a jext, and all thingx .thaw it. I thought so onee, but now I know it 'J Dependable . . . future plans are to join the Army and then take up for- estry. Bloek FB 3g Props for Sr. Play and Sr. Banquet 3,4. GARY E. DUNSING General "Conga-r" "Best men are molded out of faultxg and become much more the better for being a little badf' Good looking . . . plans to join the Navy, Glee 1, Jamboree 3,41 Block FB 1.2, 3,4g Football 2,351-5 Basketball 1.2, 3,4-g Baseball 1,2,3,4. DON ROBERT DUTIL College Prep "Do-nutl' "Be thou familiar, but by no means vulgar." Friendly . . . interested in skin diving and cars . . . loves a good time. Block FB l,2,3,4. SYLVIA ERICKSON College Prep "Silver,' f'It is the mind that makes one richf' Excelled in writing . . . sincere . . . plans to get a Ph.D. in languages and teach. Jamboree 35 CSF 2,3,4g GAA 2,3,4g Spanish Club 3. ANTON MICHAEL ENGLE College Prep '4Tough Tony" "A fellow of inhnite jest, of most excellent fancyfj Well-liked . . . hobby?? - working at Purity . . . plans to attend Santa Rosa J.C. Block F.B. 1,2,3,4g Sr. Ball Com- mittee 4. NANCY ANN ESCOLA College Prep "Nancy" "Laugh and the whole world laugh: with youfj Popular . . . good personality . . . a cheerleader in Sr. year . . . plans to become a teacher. Operetta 15 Jamboree 1,123.45 Glcc 1,45 GAA 13,45 Pep Club l,2,3,4. NANCY MARIE ERICKSON Business '6Nan-0" "Sweets to the sweet." Courteous . . . pretty . . . future plans - attend the beautician school in Santa Rosa. GAA 3,4. f CHARLES JAMES FAIRALL College Prep "Jim" "Knowledge i5 power." Expert model airplanist . . . plans to major in mechanical engineering. Operetta 1,35 Jamboree 1.23.43 Glce lg Band lg Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4. DAVID ELLIS FELKINS General 'IDave" "I like workg it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for houmf' Modest . . . likes to Hx old radios . . . plans to enter the Held of electronics. Block FB 2.3.4. GERALD EDWARD GONSALVES College Prep 'Spec-dy" "A football player with II happy grin, great or xmall, zee all like himf' NN'itty ',.. cuts '... interest - rf GIRLS! Block FB 1.2.3,-lg IIowl Stall 4-g Clee 35 Jamboree 3. WILLIAM DANIEL FRASSI College Prep "Fraz" "One man in his time plays many parts? Plays the accordion . . . a real great guy! Operetta 35 Jamboree 12.3.45 Glee l,'2,3,4g Student Council 2g Band l,2,35 Football lg Baseball 1. RUTH VIRGINIA IIABLUTZEI. College Prep URuth" "A true friend is the gift of Carl." A good student . . . has Z1 kind word for everyone. . . plzms to lieeonie Il nurse. CSF 2.3.41 CAA 3. 36 WARREN L. GHENS College Prep "Ghens" 'fHe reads muchg He ix a great ob- .veruerfl Sr. Class Vice President . . . well- liked. CSF l,2,3g Student Council 35 Boys' Clee lg Sr. Finance Committee 4. DAVID YVALTER HALLIDAY College Prep 'iDavid', "Ile is a gentleman of the greatest prfm1i.te.N Transferred from lklendocino in the seventh grade i.., intelligent , . , plans to inzijor in science. Block FB Al-. KAREN MARIE HAUTALA Business "Shorty" "Here's a little girl with a smile, that makes the bubble of life worthwhile." Cute . . . friendly smile . . . plans to go to a business school. GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club l,2g Commer- cial Club 4. ELLEN O. HENSLEY General "El" "Little body with a mighty heartfi Carefree . . . beautiful red hair . . . future plans - attend Santa Rosa Beautician School. FHA 1,23 GAA 2,3,4. DEANNA JUNE HELLEN General "Dee" "Wit is the flower of imagination." President of Girls' League . . . effi- cient . . . athletic. Operetta I,3g Jamboree 1,2,3,4g Glee 1,3,4g FHA 1,25 Howl 35 GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2g Prom Committee 3. NEDRA ADEL HILL Business "Ned" "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low - an excellent thing in womanf! Plans to attend a business college . . . a lot of fun. GAA 2,3,45 Mothers' Tea 1,2. 37 JANET ELAINE HENDERSON General "Jan "I'll not budge an inch." Transferred from Mendocino in the eighth grade . . . cheerful . . . plans to become a beautician. GAA 2,145 Band 1,25 Sr. Ball Com mittee 4. WILLIAM MARSHALL HOHMAN General "BillH "Young fellows will be young fellows." Good sport . . . plans to wait a year and then go into the service. CAROLYN FRANCES HOLMES College Prep uK:1y'l "A merry heart goes all the dayf' Vivaeious . . . well-dressed . . . plans to be a clothes buyer. Operetta 15 Jamboree 152,45 CSF 15 Glee 154-5 FHA 1,25 Howl 25 GAA 2,3545 Pep Club 1.253545 Yell Leader 3. f x .. K fi. ZZZ: li X X5 , in A A .R 31 , , 5 J RAYMOND H. JENSEN General i'Ray,, "Good sense is one of life,s greatest blessings." Likes to tinker with cars . . . hobby is riding horseback . . . reserved. JON MICHAEL HOLMES HAROLD F. JAC OBSON College Prep "Jon" General "Jake,' "The wise carry their knowledge as "NM Wlufll falls 1 ll great Jweel Ji- they do their watehes, not for display, lerlflhn bugfoygheif Own ujgf' Easy going . . . flashing smile . . , Diligent . . . enjoys traveling . . . enjoys working on old cars, future plans 7 enter the field of Avi- ation. Block FB 3,4-5 Trark 1,253,4. CAROLYN ALAIRE JOENS General "Jonsey" "I am slow of studyf' Pert . . . sophisticated?? Glee 45 FHA 152,35 GAA 2,3545 Jam- boree 4. 38 BARBARA JEAN JOHNSON College Prep "Barb,' "There is no genius in life like the genius of energy and aetivityf' Senior Class Secretary . . . pert and popular. Operetta 15 Jamboree 1,253.45 CSF 2,35 Glee 1,45 FHA 1525 GAA 2,3545 Pep Club 152,354-. JOAN CAROL JOHNSON Business "Pony Tail" "Firm of wordg speaking in deedsfi Enthusiastic . . , plans to live in southern Calif. and become a stenog- rapher. Howl 45 GAA 45 Pep Club 45 FBLA 4. STEVEN ALLEN KEITH College Prep "Stevie" "Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius." Transferred from Salt Lake City, Utah in the seventh grade . . . future plans - go to an electronics trade school. SANDRA JEAN KERN Business "Sandyl' "And had a face like a blessingf' Transferred in the tenth grade from Fortuna . . . cute . . . popular. GAA 2,4-g Student Council 2. SUZANNE KLICK General "Suz" "So wise so young." Attractive . . . makes friends easily. Operetta 1,35 FHA 1,2,3g Jamboree 1,2,3,4g Glee 1,2,3,45 Howl 2,3g GAA 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,3g Prom Com- mittee 3. WILLIAM K. KNIGHT GORDON W. LADWIG College Prep "Governor', General "Crackman" "Willingness leads to the road of "The greatest truths are the simplest sueeessfi and so are the greatest rnenfj Good natured . . . likes to work on Can be seen on his motorcycle . . . cars . . . ambition is to become gov- liked by everyone who knows him. ernor of California. Block FB 2,3,4g Track 2,3,4. Jamboree 1,2,45 Band 1,2. 39 .eff DONALD ALLEN LANE General "Nite train" "The brave man carves out his for- tune and every man is the son of his own works." Quiet manner . . . interested in track . . . plans to join the Marines. Block FB 2,3,4-5 Track 2,3,4. CAROLYN ANN LASSEN General "Tanglefoot" "The hand that hath made you fair hath made you goodf' Good-nautred . . . thoughtful . . . fu- ture plans - housewife. GAA 4. FRED JOHN LIMA General 'llylushl' "It is good to live and learn." Likes football and is a good line- man . . . good looking. Band 1,2,3g Jamboree 4g Sr. Dance 45 Football 2,3,4g Block FB 2,3,4. DAVID HENRY LOTTEN College Prep "Eddie', "All musical people seem to be harley." Friendly . . . inquisitive . . . plans to major in music. Operetta 3g Jamboree 1,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 3,4-. 4-0 Wi.. ,aww JAMES L. LARSON College Prep "Jim" "The humorous man shall end his part zn peace." Came to F.B. from Ukiah in the tenth grade . . . should achieve success. Block FB 3,45 Basketball 3,4. CARROL CURTIS LUESADA College Prep "Okiew "ThereJs a place and means for every man aliuef' I Joined us in the tenth grade from Aatlers, Oklahoma . . . honest and earnest. Basketball lg Baseball 15 FFA l. JUDITH GAYLE LUOMA College Prep "Judy" "The best of all amongst the rafst of good ones." Considerate . . . Breath Editor . . . ambition - teacher. Operetta 15 Jamboree 15253,45 CSF 253,45 Glee 15 FHA 1,2,35 Student Council 35 Howl 25 GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3545 FBLA 35 Breath 253,45 Yell Leader 4. ROBERT ANTONE MELLO College Prep "Blower'1 "Everybody loves a loverf' Good looking . . . curly hair . . . does not let business interfere with pleas- ure. Jamboree 45 Block FB 3,45 Jamboree Publicity 4. MERVIN T. MAHLER General "Mervin" "Fortune reigns in gifts of the world." Unassuming . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . plans to join the Air Force. LAWRENCE W. MOLSEED College Prep "Rat" "Come what may, heis the same good sport every dayf, Terrific football player . . . good per- sonality. Operetta 35 Jamboree 1,3545 Boys' Glee 1,35 Block FB 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 354. 41 MARY ANN MINER College Prep "Mary Ann" "The fates to this lady have been kind, beauty, wit, besides a brilliant mind." Excellent student . . . plans to be- come a P.E. teacher. Jamboree 3,45 CSF 2,3545 Student Council 45 Howl 25 GAA 2,3545 Pep Club 152,35 FBLA 35 Breath 2,3,4. MEDA MARIE MONTGOMERY College Prep "Marie" "How far that candle throws its beams? Transferred from Willits in the eighth grade . . . Howl Editor . . . sparkling personality. Operetta 1,35 Jamboree 1,253,45 Glee 1,2535 FHA 1,25 Student Council 45 Howl 3,45 GAA 2,3545 Pep Club 253545 Prom Comm. 3. JACK PHILIP NOLTA General "Little Jack" "O, it is excellent to have a giant's strengthf' Easy going . . . star football tackler . . . plans to join the Navy and then go to cooking school. Block FB 1,2,3,45 Operetta 35 Jam- boree 354. LYLE PATRICK O'BRIAN General "Butch" "I am happiest when I am idlef, Enjoys all sports . , . known for his quiet, winning ways. Block FB 45 Basketball 4. SHARON LEE PALMER Business 'QIirn" "Thy husband is thy lord, thy life, thy keeper." Cooperative . . . Breath photographer . . . likable. FHA 35 Howl 25 GAA 23,45 Band lg Breath 4. LESLIE SUSANNE PEAKER College Prep "Lesliel' "Good taste is the flower of good sense," Graceful . . . full of pep . . . good at acrobatics. Operetta 15 Jamboree 1,2,3,45 Glec 1,45 Student Council 45 GAA 23,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Yell Leader 1,2,3,4. 42 THOMAS ROSCOE O'BAYLEY College Prep "Toby,' "Silence is one of the great arts of conversation." Serious . . . modest . . . enjoys bowl- ing . . . future plans - teacher or Navy career. Block FB 15253545 Jamboree l,4. PAULA MARIE PEARSON Business "Paula', "So free, so kind, so apt, so blessed a disposition? Joined us in the eleventh grade from Maxwell . . . plans to attend Yuba City J.C. Howl 3,45 GAA 3545 Commercial Club 3,4. ROGER LELAND PEIRCE College Prep "Rog" "Fearless mindx climb soonext unto crowns." Intelligent . . . should go far . . . de- pendable . . . serious. Glee lg Howl Staff l. ROSALIE CAROLYN PRINCE College Prep "Bom" "Music ii raid to be the .rpeeeh of angels? Cheerful . . . clever imagination . . . plans to study music. Operetta lg Jamboree l,2,3,4g Glee 1,25 Howl 45 GAA 2,351-5 Band 1,2, 3,4-5 Pep Club 2,35 FBLA 2,3,4-. RICHARD J. PETERSEN College Prep "Pete,' "Jester: do oft prove prophets." Good natured . . . the life of the party. Sr. Class President. Operetta 35 Jamboree 1,2,3,4g Glee l,2,3,4g Student Council 2g Howl lg Blork FB 1,2,3,4. CATHERINE ELIZABETH QUICK College Prep 'ABetty" "A maiden never bold." Gentle disposition . . . enjoys ice skating . . . future plans -f go to school in San Francisco. Operetta l,3g Jamboree 1,2,3,45 Glee 1,2,3,4g FHA 1,2,3,4g GAA 2,3,4g FBLA 3,4. 43 VIRGINIA HENRIETTE PHELAN College Prep 'KGinny" "Diligenee is the mother of good fortunef' Dependable worker . . , good student . . . courteous. CSF 2,3145 GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3. JOHN WILLIAM RASKU General "Willie" "All hir faults are such that one loves him rtitl the better for them." Always joking . . . lun-loving . . . plans to work a few years and then go to college. Jamboree 45 Glee 1. KENNETH ALLEN RAUDIO General "Rod" "I bear a charmed life." Attended Noyo school until the sixth grade . . . fun to know . . . likes to work on cars. DENNIS RUSSELL ROWE College Prep , "Rover', "Oh that it were my chief delight to do the things I ought! Then let me try with all my might to mind what I am taught." Enjoys playing golf . . . plans to take up pharmacy or dentistry. Jamboree 15 Block FB 1,2535 Glee 1. SIGRID ALLISON RINNE College Prep "Party Dolll' "I'll have a flingl' Always in good spirits . . . talkative . . . future plans 4 get a job. Jamboree 1,2535 Glee 1,25 FHA 1,25 3,45 Student Council 3,45 Howl 3,45 GAA 1,25 Band 1525 Pep Club 1,2,35 Commercial Club 2,3,4. LINDA KAY ROACH College Prep "Bug" "I am wealthy in my friendsfj Delightful personality . . . intelligent. Jamboree 152,354-5 CSF 2,35 GAA 253,45 Band 15253545 Pep Club 2,351-. KENNETH ALLEN SALLINEN General "Kenny" "Silence more musical than any song." Quiet mannered . . . modest , . . re- liable. Prom Committee 3. 44 MELVIN LYLE SANFORD College Prep "Mel" "Thou art a fellow of a good 'rexpectfj 'Transferred from Watsonville in the ninth grade . . . Student Body Vice President . . . a swell guy! Jamboree 3,45 Student Council 45 Howl 35 Block FB 3,45 Junior Prom 3. BARBARA LELOY SCOTT DELBERT MICHAEL DANNY RALPH SEGHETTI General W "Barbara" SEDGWICK General K'Spaget "As good as gold." General "Stud" "Most generous and free from all con Joined us in our junior year from "Fortune and I are friends." Mining." Gridley . . . soft-spoken . . . plans Good looking . . . likes to work on Quiet but liked by all . . . plans to to go to a beautician college. cars . . . plans to join the Air Force. go into commercial fishing. GAA 3,4. Jamboree 3,43 Block FB 1,2,3,-45 Sr. HARRY STUART SHAFSKY College Prep "Gooney" "Ay, every inch a king." Tall . . . Jr. Prom Chairman . . . con- siderate. Jamboree 3,45 Boys' Glee lg Block FB 2,3,4g Football l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4. Dance Committee 4. CARLETON HOWARD SHANNON General "Cat's Meow' "Let'.v eat and be merryf' Hobbies - girls and working on his convertible . . . plans to go into the service. 45 MICHAEL WARREN SHERLOCK General "Skylark', "Full of regard and honorfl Transferred from Oakland in the eighth grade . . . amiable . . . future plans - become a photographer. X gf ji, .. 1 l ,dl BEVERLY ERNESTINE SHIELDS Business "Bev" "Life has no blessing like a friendf' Friendly . . . President of Commercial Club . . . hopes to attend a business College. Operetta l,3, Jamboree 1,2,3,4, Glee 1,2,3g FHA 2, Howl 4, GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3, FBLA 3,4-. ' JUDITH K. SINDEL College Prep Njudyl' "Ay, sirg to be honest, as this world goesg is to be one man picked out of ten lll0Il.Yll7lll'.U Joined us in the ninth grade from Santan Rosa . . . :L good student . . . witty. GAA 131 Jamboree 3.4, CSF 3,4. ANGELINA ROSE SILVEIRA General "Angie'l "Beautiful eyes are those that show beautiful thoughts that burn belowf, Joined us in the eighth grade from Modesto . . . attractive . , . gay. Operetta lg Glee 1,2,45 GAA 2,3,-lg Prorn Committee 33 Jamboree Com- mittee 3. .J LESTER RICHARD SILVIS General "Pelvi'l Hlfkvung gentleman your spirits are too bold for your yearsf' Nice looking . . . friendly . . . plans to go to trade sehool. Jamboree 1,25 Block FB 1,2,3,4. WAYNE LOU I S SOUSA General "Chink" "H'orking, working, never shirking, al- ways happy and content." Liked by all . . . drives a sharp Mt'rs' . . . plans to join the Navy. Baseball l.2,i5,Jfg Sr. Danee 4. 46 B101-k FB 1,2,3,-lg Football 1,2,3,4, 1 1 , ' ALLYN ROY THOMPSON General "Allyn" "A man faithful and honorable." Fun to be with . . . hobbies are ears and girls . . . plans to stay home and get 21 job. Block FB 23.4, Band l. ARNIE R. THOMPSON Business 'iThe shaker" "What his heart thinks his tongue speaksf' Impulsivc . . . winning personality . . . future plans f college. Jamboree 1,2,3,4-g Glee 2,35 Band I,2, 3,45 Sr. Dance Committee 4g Sr. Ban- quet 4. LOREN MARK TODD General HMark,' "He is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature." Quiet ways . . . very nice to know. STEVE T. VAUGHN College Prep "Trump" "The apparel oft proclaims the rnanf' Very popular and well liked by all . . . excellent quarterback. Jamboree 1.2.33 Glee 1: Student Council 2.3g Block FB 1,2,3,4g Foot- ball 1,2,3,4. KENNETH EDWIN WINKLER College Prep "Terror of lOl" "Imagination rules the worldf, Intelligent . . , excels in Science and math. Operetta 3g CSF 2g Glee 1,2,35 Band 1,2,3,4. 47 VICTORIA JEAN VARAIN Business "Vicki,' "As virtuous as fairfj Pretty . . . always fun to be around. Operetta 1,3g Jamboree 1,2,3g Glee l,2,35 FHA 1,2,3g GAA 2,35 Band 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,3. 3 UEDALE WILSON General "Spoondale'l "Truly a worthy friend? Likes to work on cars . . . easy to get along with . . . future plans - get a job. LEM E. WOOTTEN General "Lem" "Sure he's a gallant gentleman." Rejoined us in our senior year from Laramie, Wyoming . . . tall and good looking . . . likes to fish and hunt. PATRICIA MAE WUORI Business "Patty Mae" "This world belongs to the energeticfl Gay personality . . . has a good time all the time . . . plans to go to a busi- ness college. FHA lg Howl l,4g GAA 23,45 Pep Club lg Prom Committee 3. Kindergarten, 1947 Under the patient direction of Mrs. Winn we take our first faltering steps up the awesome ladder of learning. The newness and the strangeness wears OH' as the days pass and we learn each other's first names. We take "naps" on little blankets and don our smocks to proudly paint our First masterpieces. First Grade, 1948 We are trying our best to learn to read, to draw a house, to print our names, to count to one hundred, and to raise our hands when we want to talk. We get to be in the big annual Christmas Play, "The Toy Shop." We appear as clowns, tin soldiers, a train, and penquins. Wayne Sousa, David Lotten, and Lloyd Dahl are three of the seven dwarfs. We are very important. Second Grade, 1949 Having spent two whole years at school we are beginning to feel very much at home. Richard Petersen, Steve Vaughn, and Bob Clark have distinguished themselves by hanging Jimmy Fairall on a cloakroom hook. Poor Cowboy Billy Hohman made the mistake of taking off his beautiful cowboy boots at school. It took the teacher to get them back on. Strains of "Bossy Cow', and 'Tm a Little Teapotn are sung to the key of Mrs. Hornzee's pitchpipe. Third Grade, 1950 We have moved up the hall and are studying Indians and learning our times tables. Everyone waits for recess to play the exciting new catching and kissing game. Judy Luoma is queen of our May Day Pageant, complete with Maypoles and dancing. Fourth grade fiesta. Fourth Grade, 1951 This should be a memorable year. We have started folk dancing and have learned "Teddy Bears' Picnicf' Mrs. Rowe's class has brought a successful end to their study of Mexico with a genuine, colorful Mexican Fiesta. Naughty Willie Frassi was sent to the cloakroom and was so silent we thought he was sick. Unfortu- nately he was quietly eating everyone's cold lunch. Fifth Grade, 1952 Here we are way up in the fifth grade. We are studying colonial history. Mrs. Methlan's room begins to look like a pioneer home as students bring early American relics to decorate the room. The girls spend recess re-enacting Nancy Drew mysteries while the boys crouch tensely around marble rings. Mike Sedgwick never plays marbles with Tony Engel that Richard Petersen doesn't stomp his marbles into the dirt. if , ...ts Young love. Fifth grade recess. Sixth Grade, 1953 Time marches on and we are at the top of the bottom half. We are all studying South American and Hawaii. The boys taste the thrill of power as they take their turns on traffic duty. Thirty of us have had to go to Noyo School because of the classroom shortage. Mrs. Woodward is kept busy patrolling the hedge dur- ing Noyo recesses. Back at the big school Mrs. Grundman's radio program is highlighted by Gerald Gonsalves' vocal cords. June at last and our first formal graduation. Seventh Grade, 1954 Confusionl Locker numbers and combinations, changing class- rooms, so many teachers, room numbers, homerooms, Wee Girls and Vagabonds - but weire learning fast. Bobanne Bainbridge got carried away reporting on her appendectomy for Mr, Carras science class. Mr. Carr gets carried away assigning punishment for talking 5 Roger Peirce has written miles and miles of sentences. Mr. Erwin is making sure that we never in our lives forget "Pen- rodf' Mr. Moore told his homeroom that they could have a meet- ing as long as they had something worth discussing - the meetings lasted 2M days! Eighth Grade, 1955 Older and wiser we stare and smirk at the seventh graders as they 'rush frantically about in their First days of junior High. Mr. Chastain is endeavoring to. teach us business arithmetic while Patsy Wuori practices push-ups. We have a running battle among the boys, "MaggotsH versus 'gLeeches." Big event of the year is Junior High Field Day. Everyone participates in sack races, relays, and baseball and basketball throws. Challenge of the year - to memorize the preamble of the Constitution for Mrs. Lo- gan's social studies class. 50 Girls, and Boys' State - Bobanne and Melvin. Ninth Grade, 1956 We have reached the pinnacle of Junior High. Bob Copland presides at the Student Body meetings and Judge Steve Vaughn at Hall Guard meetings. We get a taste of high school life with some of our boys going out for high school sports, and girls participating in the Motherfs Tea and Girls, Glee. We con- tribute to the Jamboree and make high school news in the "Howl" and the i'Breath." Things were really hopping when Tom Carine, Neil Barbour, and Lloyd Dahl let a bagful of baby frogs loose in class. On graduation we packed the Cotton Auditorium in our Sunday best and applauded when Barbara John- son and Roger Peirce received the American Legion Awards. Our Junior High exit was made to the familiar strains of "Farewell to Thee." Tenth Grade, 1957 We have arrived! We call ourselves Sophomores and life takes on more mean- ing. We find ourselves members of G.A.A., F.H.A., Pep Club, Block F.B., Mixed Chorus, Band, C.S.F., Breath Staff, Boys' Glee, Howl Staff, Girls' Glee, and Student Council. We were real proud when Leslie Peaker was elected from our Marie and Larry - Sen- ranks to serve as a cheerleader. Deanna Hellen and Joyce Kujala stole the iof King and Queen- show at the Jamboree with their pantomime of "Bridey Murphy." Our new experiences include dissecting animals in Mr. West's biology class. Eleventh Grade, 1958 Time accelerates, it's football season and we are Juniors. Go Ratty, Go! is heard at the games as our own Larry Molseed leads the attack. The colorful Victor Herbert operetta, "The Fortune Teller" was very entertaining with most of the male leads performed by Junior boys. Mike Sedg- wick has made news with his artistic talent and Sylvia Erick- son has won the Lions Club Speaking Contest. Mrs. Meyers is putting us all through our paces with demonstrations and speeches. Steve Vaughn has covered himself with glory getting an A on his speech. Harry Shafsky and Deanna Hellen, chair- maning our Jr. Prom came up with something new in the .way of themes - "Jungle Interlude." Twelfth Grade, 1959 Seniors at last and our high school days are numbered. Such a short time and so much to do. After an exciting football season, we found the curtain going up on our last Jamboree. It turned out to be one of the best in several years. Who can forget "Ah, I Our Senior advisors - Mr. Wood, Mrs. Remember It Well?', Our last basketball season was a glorious Wakefleyr and Mr' Day- one and came to a crashing conclusion in our game with Napa. Our Senior Ball, better known as the "Snow Ball', was unique in that it made a profit, which was probably due to the watchful eye of our Sr. advisor, Mrs. Wakerley. Our last winter event was the Senior Play - rated excellent, and suddenly it's spring. With a full calendar of events we are left with only a few short weeks. So many events crowd and hurry our last days together: Folk Dance Frolic, Baseball games, Jr. Prom, Skip Day, Track meets, Banquets, and finals. Graduation with all its pomp and ceremony and the night that follows, brings a finale to our class history. And so dear Diary, we go our separate ways richly en- dowed with the memories and friendships we made together. The Class of '59 Graduation. 5 1 Senior Favorites Fort Bragg takes pride and joy When pointing to the few, Who have proved themselves to be the best In everything we honor you. The student vote has made a choice A race youlve run so fleet, Selecting you the outstanding Wolves To make our school complete. Among you stand the friendliest And most likely to succeed, The spirit of the best in youth We have on you agreed. The talented, the quick, the fine Are in our hall of fame, Along with those most popular Or who have made a name. See for yourself why we salute The '59 Fort Bragg sensations, We know they'll go a long, long way To reach their dreams and aspirations. Friendliest Richard Silvis Marie Montgomery Best Dancers Barbara Johnson Gary Dunsing Q, 53: 1 . fx Q I wi -M... 5 ,Wm fy M ! f QV x , ,.w!,3g Q I , N ,ff m W,L, fm Ki if 6 MEG j Wg? gg Q .n,,A3,iQ .L A wvixl. in Q3 m, 1--1 M Best All-round Judy Luoma Steve Vaughn N lttlest Willie Rasku Judy Andreani Most Athletic Larry Molsccd Deanna Hellen Best Looking Michael Sedgwick Vicki Varain Pepp1est Carolyn Holmes Bob Mello Most Likely to Succeed Barbara Bainbridge lN4elvin Sanford Most Soph1sticated David Lottcn Czirolyn Joens Best Dressed Leslie Peaker Bob Copland NXMYM ,flu .f vs 47' HQ .w ag5f N P? U N D . E R C L A S S M E N First Semester Second Semester 58 BACK ROW, L. to R.: Ron Luzzi, Peter Benedetti. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Moth- erwell, Beverly Poms, Tommy Fereira. BACK ROW, L. to R.: Clarence YValsh, Jim Griflitts, Morton Swales, Beverly Poms, Sharon Bartley. ww- .. MW wall? Zi. z fa xx ll "U"5 W9- Bernardini, Betty Benecletti, Peter Birrlsong, Delene "fi-'f" Alfaro William Arnundsen Ldwxalrl Asher Theodore Asher H esley Bainbridge, Clinton Baroni, Karen Bartley, Sharon Beaver, Guy Bishop, Roylenc Blair, Robert Billings, Stanley Bradbury, Courtland Bradley, Pauline Bronson, Rita Brown, Kenneth Buckley, Kathleen 59 'S 'lf 1 B lily AFR sl K 'T-SL" ia 5' 'E Ya ,f""T nm, Jerry Buckner Edward Cain Ted Daniels Judith Del Grosso Darrel Dempsey Gloria Donati Linda Evans Barry Farrer Judy Freeman Sherry Freeman Maria Gemionite Loretta Ghens Karen Granskog Cecile Halliday Kit Hamblin Harold Hanee 60 Russel Ferreira William Foreman Janet Fowler Jerry Jardstrom Frank Klick Ben Koski John Harrison Sharon Harter Dennis Hekkala Donna Hendricks Lillian Hendrick Ronald Hendrick Allan Holmes Sharon Hyman George Lancaster oe Lima Lorraine Lima Ronald Luzzi Esther Marler Marcell McBroorn Carol McClanahan Patricia McGuire 61 X 1 QW ,.f'f"'Qf David Mehtlan Charles Melville VVilliam Mertle Veronica Miller Lillen Mobley Stephen Mobley Michael Moore Roy Moore Y Sally Olsen Marvin Orsi Kip Overton Marvin Paoli Alice Phillips Dennis Peterson Frank Peterson Beverly Ponts 62 Darlene Mosicr Nancy Motherwell Earlene Oeth Wlillizun Severi Jean Simpson Christine Sipila Melvin Pyorre Mervin Pyorre Judith Reed Alan Roach Germon Sanchez Kathleen Schimke W ayne Schrum Dorothy Scott it , A, f S 2 , r, ' ..', Sharon Sipila Shirley Stephens Gail Storer Marilyn Swales Morton Swziles Robert Swanson Barbara Thorton Alan Thorstrom A ea ,B ,V,,- 5 faq-T R xi ,ill I Nh. df' ' Nancy Burman Margaret Campbell Richard Cauckwell Zelma Cook Wayne Dalin Eric Daniels Tim Daugherty Robert DelRe i W I' IN' M Thomas Ferreira Mildred Coleman Iames Griflcitts William Griflitts lda jones Nlcllo Dee Koski Atis Krusa Bonnie Iiuzzi 64 'Wim 2 a ef! N if . 5 it he y y l 4 i 'iw E Q 'I' Wi.'gj 5 Keith Donati Burton Fairall Judy Freeman I 'U'-T' E 'Q 6 , J ix i K N X 1' 'A 4 , V 555 all UAW' W if l g fi ' 3 Q X - Cynthia Poe Luann Pritchard Barbara Rounds Dean Manley Melvin Martin Celia Mack Nora McDonald Darlene Mosicr Ruthclcn Osfcld John Patton Deanna Pavioni Ncfclra South Guy Thomas Dana Tavares Carol Turney Joanne Valenti Joan Vaughn -Ioan Vojt Clarence Wlalsh 65 'lx ini? 3 ms-fu 1 It aw--5 .,.,f ,L 2? F- 2 , I x. i Q . X X, Zoo YVhilc Betty Williamson Donald Wlhitiliznn Sharon Wlilscy Arlcnc lVllClCI'IHllll'1 Juditli W illmms ,pw-w George Kurwitz Betty RL1ilH1ll1 Brunhildc Wfonncnbvrg Matt Wzmhzilzl A quiet night z1tcamp?? Am t wc havin fun?? 66 In the good old duysll ethegjfi . -31-,bless 5Vv'e -' do J groom '1 t Out das YP? He always was 11 tiger, wasn't he?? Remember dancing class ?? FIRST SEMESTER TOP ROW, Left to Right: john Poms, Vice Pres.: Gary Bachelor, Pres.: John Bainbridge, Sw.- Treas. BOTTOM ROW: Gloria Silva, Girls' Rep.: Rex Hutclicns, Boys' Rep. Sophomore Class Officers SECOND SlCMES'I'liR LEFT TO RIGHT: john linin- lmridgc, Pres.: john Hickey, Vice' Pres.: Shirley Bocttcher, Ser.- Trz'as.g Carolyn Danner, Girls' Rep. Donald Bailey Alyce Cameron Sue Center Rena Cox Richard Day Robert Gray Judith johnson Laura jones Roy Koski William Olsen Betty Paoli Patrick Renick Terry Sherlock Gordon Stanley Linda Ogburn Larry Silva Sophomores Carol Alto Richard Alton Marie Andrade Guy Asher Ronald Avants Gary Bachelor John Bainbridge Sandra Baker Edward Baran Jane Barnes Carolyn Barnette Patty Baumeister Warren Bednar Maureen Bennett Shirley Boettcher Edna Bong Barbara Brooks Bill Burke Hilda Carolo Judith Chapman Mary Lou Clark Raymond Clary B111 Cllnk Patti Cooney Walter Costa Weldon Crews Harold Crownover Linda Donatl Herman Drake Dennis Dunslng Carolyn Danner Thomas Erickson Philip Fechter Gary Fernandez Sharon Florenzen 71 Herbert Engel Sara Frassi Frank Frey Sherril Galli Robert Garrison 9 on s ?:iE.i:.a.:E. -..-: E , . 3 J 5 , r 3 1 X I' . CA' Ss is 1 Mn his w ' lp EH' if '. we "lm 3 -1 :H f James Gleason Gloria Gloria Margarita Gloria Collette Granlund Bill Gray Donald Gregg Mmam Hautala Thomas Henderson John Hickey Sue Ann Hill Barabra Hoven Marilyn Howell Rex Hutchens Geraldine Jacobson Larry Jardstrom Bill Joens Alfred Johnson Kathleen Johnson Paul Johnson Marvin Jones 72 Gloria Kelley ,as , 15 ,ff 13 Judy Jordan I -L K s iw Kathryn Koski Valdis Krusa ll Buddy Lancaster David Lenhardt Thomas Lewis Jack Luoma Thomas Mayhew Anna Landingham Lanny King Sharon Kollenborn Judy Kurwitz Roy La Fazio Myron Laurie Larry Leggette Susan McCullough Sandra Meece james Mello Donna Meranda gfjysgsfmifi -' , - - ,, .rw ?le,iQ1 , .N '- .. 1. , ll w 5 ivy us, at mrs 1 mia. 1' i' " - .W , .WV 'Sa aw- L I Q 3 Kim N mia 4. up ,- 3 L,,r t tg, W A! A Raylene Mertle Bette Miner Robert Morales William Murdock Barbara Oates Joseph O'Brien Susan Ostfeld Nick Peaker Garth Ogle James Oliver John Pearson Thomas Peeler Arthur Pheland Tosca Piscano john Ponts Judy Ponts Charles Pyle Paul Racine Sharyn Renick Dick Rexrocle James Reynolds Robert Richards Carol Routt Lynne Scott Shirley Soderlund Gordon Stanley John Thorstrom Larry Turney Ariel Walker Judy Walters Marbeth Richmond Gary Ronne Gloria Silva Betty Sindle Allan Stauer Darlene Stoddard Eric Wanhala Sandra Ware john Welch Sharon Welsh -2 figs. f . iw, "ES: 7 Ak A I :..a:. 5, .. E ik gr 4 s if Q 5 gnu-lilo . ' ifzhfrm, ,Q , xx Si Kid :Q S fa X mx K f L . - - y S 4 Francene Welter Linda Westerlund Richard White Curtis Whitwright Robert Williams Fred Zatkoff James Young Jerry Wouri Sophomore Snaps Long, Long Ago . . . This was Betty . . . and this was Sandy. 76 Must be an exciting class . . . True love SPAS!!!!! What do you see, Bob??? No comment 77 'K' WK' , f 1 , , .x 4 , .- ""'-aww , A C T I V I T I E S Brasses High School Student Director, David Lotten Q-six We 61 4, . 'Q' HIGXXQ . 1819 , 'loan Student Director, Rosalie Prince Brasscs Band Percussion Sopranos Gu: ls D , M. ', bgw r 55, 5, ,iv -.,, 1 , 4 QA' 'Kia ' ' 'us Q , , r . . hawaii 'Y Q arp If ,a 4' ., nw a if I, . 5, ' V4 W.. !E1Q31', .M . ..!,.' g A . 1 in a M -'j,'.,, 1: 14 4:-yiv, f ww. 1.1.0, -4 "' was .kq,':f,':X M 4vw,Z'5w2'4, . .H ',3:'1y, 1 Q. ', ,L , ,his-so' ,, 1, A ,"1q',,.'v, e'f,,1', ' n'v,".f D If ' K , nv ,V1 , a " Q".f ' "In 1, V n f . , ',,'.o' . V- u 1 4 4- 1 ' 4 4 V- 4 "M, ' lv J -a- f'4.1 . I. H Q , . 4' I Mixed Chorus B0 , YS Glee Director, Mr. M A 154 MPN, 3. X y .ff-la, A Q? Vg A., 7 , 'A '. A M y i I' 2 Q 2 ,, 2V"vf ' V-'fi wh M 13' If g1 3 c. , W E H, 191 9 IE Q SA '4 I 1 H? X if , 5 2 -1, Je H Q F 1 is :HL 'v " .v Q if ,rf 'Q 'fi K? Nfl i? xi . .w gfvlikgjm S imi ,f ip x, lyvf ir m55gl .MH L VA,,,1, L. mm-S S I ' 3: X E ' Ykffii '5U j',1, J ,, X W T, x' mg . Y U '- 'N 'QQ - 5, 3 H 45 X f , few n ,, if 1 10 , .wg i if i, , "? 'Wa' we 3 A 1, , Vi f.Q,-alqcwfww fi 3 W w x ,..-f .l Future Homemakers of America The FHA is one of the most active organizations in our school. Maria Gemionite, Loretta Ghens, and their advisor, Mrs. Rickabaugh, attended the conference at Asilomar. The club won first prize at the Boonville County Fair. The FHA aided the March of Dimes by selling Peanuts for Polio. Their Christmas Banquet, the annual social affair, was a huge success. The FHA was also co-sponsor of the Mothers' Tea and Fashion Show. ' : S C Center, S0113 ., . 'I' 11653 Historian. .nan -W- .Rs STANDING, Len to Wgm 21 ns Secrctafld mmf LM01 ul OFFICE i 'A ' e Sipila Rclimitcrl Lorena H? 5, P esidcnl- President- LQadef1Ch'm"' A fi- -- Slaron Hamer, X156 r' ' Mrs. R igkahaugh, Adv isox, l The Girls' League is an active organization in our school. The Sophomore Initiation, held in October, was sponsored by the senior members of this club. The League also prepared a Christmas basket for a needy family. The annual Girl-Date-Boy Dance was sponsored by the League in the early spring. The final event was the Mothers' Tea and Fashion Show. Their advisor is Mrs. Buderi. tatne DL lm uly Nic! unc Represent' 1' V . V ww qi HLH IUIIIOI RQ J d NC, Kaye . . - . en I ILSIKILIII B I IUCN So sh . U Bdlflnl, Vice Prcsi . . - 1 u 111.1 ohnson SQ 1 omorc Represent-il' full, Sharon welsh H101 ' ' IVC. ' Q is W YJCXWOLNKMXQ Mooxgo Q , It P la Ho W1 Staff --,,, 90 JMS OFFICERS L6Yf'7' TO IPICIYYT 61 wr-IL Vive P ' 6009 Serrvt - 5 ws mov W Nandv Mother- rCs1d0r1t,' Pa tsy Wvorj, ary-T1'c'as11rc'r. J'f?47'6'D.' Bev- erly Slzioldg PPCS1'd6Uf, b ercial Clu Comm Bragg F011 51 LEFT T0 RIGHT: Christine Sipila, Assistant liditorg Judy Luoma, Editorg Mr. Barnes, Fac- ulty Advisor. LEFT T0 RIGHT: Mello Dee Koski, Girls' Sports liditorg Lynne Scott, Assistant Activi- ties liditorg Mary Ann Miner, Activities Iitll itor. Breath LEFT T0 RIGHT: Loretta Ghens, Business Managerg Colette Granlund, Assistant Business Manager. Staff LEFT T0 RIGHT: Snc Center, Sophomore Editor: Karen Grznnskog, junior liditorg liarhara Bainbridge, Senior Editorg Sue Clink, Senior Corliditor. LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Copland, Boys' Sports Editor: Clinton Bainbridge, Assistant Boys' Sports Editor. 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A M J 1,1 ag MA + 3 i I 5 + 'HIM' F0 -W sf? if 5 , V 'fi 3 ".1: lf ,iff fg E unior Decorating Committee SEATED, Left to Right: Veltha Wilsey, Pat Crytzer, Marie Mont- gomery, Barbara Johnson, Deanna Hellcn, Suzanne Klick, Angelina Silveira, Patsy Wuori. STANDING: Mrs. Nelson, Advisorg Harry Shafsky, Kenneth Sallinen, Danny Seghetti, Allyn Thompson. Harry Shafsky, Chairman Jungle Prom Deanna Hellen, Co-Chairman Interlude Mrs. Donna Nelson, the faculty advisor for the junior Prom, has given generously of her time and effort in super- vising the hard-laboring decoration committee. She and the committee are to be congratulated on their beautiful and successful prom. Hilda Hawkins .. Irene Gleason . . . Jenny Potts . . . Mrs. Malone .... Abbie Phillips . . . Ammonia Mullens George Hanson .. Hercules Jones .. Sweeney ........ Mr. Cutter ..... Guthrie Rosewater Senior Play Cast . . . Sylvia Erickson Vivian Boettcher Barbara Johnson .. . Judy Luoma . . . . Patsy Wuori Sue Clink . David Halliday .. . Dennis Rowe Tom O'Bayley Q! . . . . .Tom Carine Arnie Thompson Come Out 1 of the Closet Directed by Mrs. Lilien Meyers v f Friendship Committee E as Y With th S ' C bl. OOHIJ B020 The Mellodears . 1 v Roger PexrCe? ' ' Colonial Days at Noyo School w Part Y DO11s.1-,., X V ly X 4 5 l W 1 x All . 44 All e i 5? ? ? v Fire cms' Leader cam Busy Bell Schedule for "Breath" The "Cause" B everly S11 i el dsfl? That Old Gang of Mine owl x N, was ' e xl an .' 78 in' L 4. lamp. S' QM ff" gb- 3 im , Sv wa, 1 in ff' nk Www ga A 'Nwfyig gi ,-ff' S P O R T S Varsity FB 13 South Fork . . . 0 FB .... 33 Healdsburg 16 Montgomery . . O FB .... 7 Arcata . . . ky km K! if 0' 5' f' XIX ' -ff? ff' ,ff ,ff ,ff , if fi Football 20 Lakeport ..... 0 FB .... 20 Fortuna 6 Orland ....... 13 FB .... 19 Willits FB .... 1 9 Ukiah w A .L L,Aa..lin..'L.. . QP' 'mov x 5 X Doodxfg vox 6 K. 36 W V Varsity X006 xo Molseed around end for a first down. Football Engel goes around the end for 25 yards. Alton catches a pass and goes on for a touchdown 115 Varsity Basketball The Fort Bragg Timberwolves launched their most successful season with an easy 48 to 42 victory over the Fortuna Huskies. The second test for the lNolves came with a 44 to 39 victory over the hard- fighting Greyhounds from Healdsburg. Next the l'Volves outscored the Arcata Tigers, 34 to 23 in a tight defensive battle. The Wfolves picked up two easy victories from their opponents from the south- west, Point Arena and Anderson Valley. Next the Wolves played their former Northwestern League rivals, the Willits Wolverines. The Wolves had an easy time and won 64 to 43. The VVolves met an- other former NWL foe in our arch rivals, Ukiah. The Wildcats were not so wild as the VVolves easily rolled over them 58 to 31. The VV0lves then em- barked on their first roadtrip as they traveled to South Fork. The Cubs put out a top effort, but it 1 i STANDING, Left to Right: Manager. Paul Johnson. Clint Bainbridge. Harry Shafsky. Jim Larson. Joe O'Brian. R Luzzi, Mike Sedgwick. Melvin Pyorre. Coach. Bill Moo Undefeate was to no avail, as the Wfolves picked up their vic- tory.The Wolves traveled to Anderson Valley where they repeated their live earlier victories and turned back the Panthers, 67 to 49. Then came the tough- est game of the year, a 62-60 thriller over Willits. The Wolverines refused to roll over and dead this time and threw a genuine scare into the lNolves before succumbing. The Hnal game of the 'Wolves regular season was an easy victory for the Wfolves as they put forth their best offense of the year in defeating the Ukiah Wfildeats 72f34. In a post-season tilt, the lfVolves challenged the champions of the North Bay League, the Napa In- dians, The VVolves put out a tremendous effort, but Napa who was behind the last half, managed to put ahead and win by three points, 47 to 44. 116 Scores FB ...... 48 Fortuna .. FB ...... 44 Hoaldsburg . FB ..,... 34 Arcata ..... FB ...... 58 Anderson V FB ...,.. 59 Point Arena FB ...... 64 Willits .... FB ...... 58 Ukiah .... FB ,..... 52 South Fork FB ...... 67 Anderson V FB ....,. 62 Willits FB ...... 72 Ukiah . . . Post Sc-ason Gamc FB ....., 4-4 Napa VEELING: Alun Roach. Cary Dunsing, Bob Copland. lvin Martin. Lyle O'Bricn. Kvn Crowthvrs. Dick Rcxroclc. 22,8011 Co-Captains Hurry Shnfsky und Mike Scdgwickg Couch Bill Moors. 117 Larson casts off. Gary Dunsing drives through for two, Copland shoots us Shafsky positions for rchourid Q! 99 Crowthcrs mvks up two on a jump shot Sedgwick Cases up for two against Ukiuh. Action Shafsky gocs high on a jump shot, Q! 79 VVillits guard stands hvlplcss :is Bob Clark gofs up to score. E 5 i l Q 2 Z i STANDING, Left to Right: Tom Henderson. Dennis Dunsin Bob Clark. John Bainbridge. Wliync Dalin. John Hirkcy. Tc Mayhew. Larry -lzirclstrom. Eclclic Amundscn. Philip Fcchtw John Wlvlsh. Dick Alton. Conch Nelson. KNEELING: Loi Dennis Dunsing lc-ts go with ll svt shot hcforc the huzzcr sounds, loco anderson. Bill Gray. Curtis Whitright. Don Clark. Stove East- an, Craig Cummings. Joe O'Brian. David W'old. Mikc Camp- rll, Danny Pyorrrr. Scores Fortuna .... Arcata ..... Mendocino .... Point Arena Willits ......, Ukiah ........ South Fork Anderson Valley . . . . Anderson Valley JV . lVillits ......,.... Ukiah . And0rSon Valley .. Napa ........... Dalin "out spooks' Ukiah xwae . aeieos www . .CQQ 6 ROY X0 Q . Q00 ov QS wot K0 Fans gasp as Dalin tries a long shot. Driving fast Dunsing triggers against Ukiah Action lion seg for F fb Olly, rl as D . 3,117 att Clark eases in two points against Willits. Willits renter gets lucky against Welsh. C121 Dig 6,1 CLC, QKYNQ. , it Em . . ., R35 ASF QW H QL p if 95 iw 400' Q lm ,Q 46? Q Q r , . 'gg ii -'fzig' f Egkrwm. I if 'Y " 4 wg, If +55-Q 9 gjss f il IAN X ,U , X 'Ev 1 2 Uh Q k STANDING, Left to Right: Steve Vaughn, Tony Gary Dunsing, Bob Clark, Wayne Dalin, Bill Knight Engel, Wayne Sousa, Melvin Martin, Alan Roach, Bob Tom O,Bayley, David Mehtlan. Mello, Ron Andreani. Coach Bill Moorc. KNEELING: Varsity Baseball Infielclmen: Bob Clark, Wayne Sousa, Steve Vaughn, Bob Mello. ix if ix 5 Advisor Miss Abramson President Barbara Bainbridge 5 G.A.A 4 Secretary Mary Ann Miner Treasurer Sandy Banfill Vice President Deanna Hellcn ff g, 1 Sophomore Rep. Carolyn Danner Junior Rep. Karen Baroni Senior Rep. Nancy Eseola Sweater Holders Mary Ann Miner Barbara Bainbridge Deanna Hellen Sandy Banfill Barbara Johnson Leslie Peaker Nancy Escola 503, g Block O 9 wiv Block 56 'IB' Holders Little F li glock xde' YAG Ck 60 5 eiax wc mm f 3 f fit My i if ., A . ia ! 5 di. 1, . -r K, + Q. 31, ie wi 1 , s 5 x fi q.?NEmu- gan! 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BEE HIVE FOUNTAIN 81 CAFE 245 Redwood Avenue Fort Bragg JOHNSON'S FOUNTAIN 414 N. Main Street Fort Bragg "" f"""TKKES BOLDEN DAIRY Distributor Clover Brand Dairy Products Carnation Ice Cream LONE PINE DRIVE IN .vw S wi 5 fi f ' iw: xii Q5. 1 vigil fs " tk v , , f' 2 - . 1 E my - ' f i i WT 71 'aw-i YN? ' , L 54" T K H Y: 1 SE If-fm ,-Q53 QQSMQQ? an gf 676 gg A fl Fm , w . iii ? 1' QP Ti N5 1 Q i Q if if! whiff? . Wk 5 z Qi! 5"sn A W .xiii ry 'iam 'B 5 Fr' ' if .fu f? ,, ' ik ' ,Q Q fy ' M9 Z YQ Ei xk. all ,Q 593' ,Q it' "Our Way of Life" Growing Redwood for Tomorrow Trees for tomorrow growing on Union Lumber Company land after logging. With more access to sunlight these trees will add growth quickly while scattering seed for future crops. Our cutting practices are based on the determination to continue "Our way of life in the redwoods" uninterrupted for you and future generations. Congratulations on Your Graduation! from - UNION LUMBER COMPANY FORT BRAGG LUMBER COMPANY CALIFORNIA WESTERN RAILROAD ULCO DEPARTMENT STORE THE BREAKERS P tiac SHAFSKY BROTHER'S BEN FRANKLIN STORE Locally Owned - Nationally Known GOLDEN RULE GROCERY 326 N. Franklin Street RUEL EUBANK Main Street - GMC Trucks - Vauxhall Harold and Thelma Row THE REX PHARMACY 362 Main Street YO 4-2195 LILLEY'S BUILDING SUPPLIES Dutch soy Points 441 N. Frankun sneer 'Pi I 'iz ,:'wW1g3-- ,':jf.., 3 swf I , D.: COAST NATIONAL BANK Main Street RALPH C. SUTHERLAND Chrysler N. Mc - Plymouth IH Trucks ,,'L 1 'ev wi., V A Q i V X K ,fx , w.', f.: gm M - 5 I N gh? el u XA, f .mi , ,,, an '3,,"1y if "WSU I MQ? asia ' - L 2' 4 ss 4 Z J ' ' , -5 4 Q A xx ,K 'iii if t K: TS- Q Q gfgi 3 A .Y 1 v L Ji 'S 5,5 1 ' I vw Q W . .. , T ' ,' w 7' ' . ,, Q V, v 'I K K, ,.-f , M S K ,, ,f V . , nf 'egaawa Y I , 4 'Q -' ww' K. 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BABCOCK SHELL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FORT BRAGG CO-OP FIVE DEPARTMENTS TO SERVE YOU R d od ond McPherson Streets REDWOOD COAST HOSPITAL 615 Main Sfreet Yorkiown 4-5621 CAIN FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL BY THE SEA 445 E. Fir Street STAUER CHEVROLET COMPANY 160 Main Street Fort Bragg, California SPROUSE-REITZ COMPANY, INC. 346 Franklin Street The "Breath of Oceann staff wishes to thank the Redwood Empire Association for the use of many of their beautiful pictures in the yearbook. In Appreciation The "Breath of Ocean staff and its advisor, Mr. David Barnes, wish to express their appreciation to these people who were a tre- mendous help in producing this yearbook: Keith Cole Studios, for their excellent photography Mr. Ed Freitas of the Union Lumber Company, for the beautiful picture on page 1 and the many football action shots Mr. Edward Jewett, for his cooperation and photographs Mr. Dick Daniels, our representative, for his untiring efforts in K assisting us The faculty and student body of F.B.H.S for their patience, understanding, and loyal support. JW ,Ny in eLE6ff43ifiQ?'sf'?7??, fiiefeitklfiit iziliw Wfji-Ziff WWW Autographs In Memoriamh 1 I , Suzanne A. Klicli - n The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: He leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His name's sake. 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