Fortuna Union High School - Megaphone Yearbook (Fortuna, CA)

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Y..-.152 I '1 ' ' , 'f ',.-'LfE,-- ' '-" - .:,.,-1.-kl, , A"'Y'Xx GERALD ALEXANDERSON COLQSE U"fe'si', AMBlTlCFRJ. Eiayew ii 0 "" 'Z Firsr row, left To riglirz Ger- ald Rowley, vice-presidenfg Peggy Blifcli, sergeanf a+ arms: Berfe Marcherfi, yell leader: Milne Bryanl: rreas- urerg Jim l'-laclcney, presi- denr. Second row: Carol Newmalcer, secrelaryg Joyce Barnes, song leader: Marilyn Erickson, pianist Miss Cro- zier, advisor. A.: 1-F" MARY ANN APPLEGATE BARBARA AUBREY ANGELO BACCHETTI Universrv Commercial Agricullure ever iave 'o 'ale a er Keep books for "hubby" Dairyman in Siberia les? JOYCE PAYE BARNES " "rf Eiz""' 2 -x'f: 'luv l i ISABEL BARRY GWENDOLYN BEAcoM ALLEN Begg Commercial College Agriculfure Pe'er Lawiords 5eC'e'f3'Y Presidenr ol Nofre Dame Ag. Teacher in Ausrria 'FT R -6 FRANCES BISSETT COURSE: College AMBlTlON: lllus+raror for foreign novels SHERRY BRADFIELD College Become six fee' fall .N 4 V, PATRICK BRYANT College 'QP PEGGY BLITCH College Become Mrs, J. 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BILL MCBRIDE College Rand'-er in Mexlco MEREDIIH MCCLASKEY Commercial Pres?derI' TVUI"I6V'llS secrefary MURIEL MCCOLLEY Home Economlcs Home Eccnomlcs ieaclwer WALLACE MEYERS Col eqe Weaflver man ln Waslwinqion D, C. DAVID JABUSCH COURSE UnIversI+y AMBITION Clwenrman of flue Um ed Nahons WILLIAM KARP College Raduo repaIr man JERRY KOBLE Pxqrrculfure Travel ng salesman In Hollywood RUTHIE LEE Home Econormcs Belly Crocker ll WILLIAM LEE College Attorney General of +lIe Umfed S+a+es VIVIAN LEwIs Commeroal Bookkeeper of flue Treasury Deparfmenf mixer-' rw Iklluwf iz! 14.--Y, I1 PIG :. I t i Peirce 'Ll' Y !nrm'J?f4 Q X 4 . . I I ' I fe. ,' I I JOAN MILLLOS ' COURSE: CO ege AMBITION: Dle"'iarl LELAND MORRLSON College The W?-'srler ll GAY MYERS Commercial G. I. Joes pw-up CAROL NEWMAKER Commercial Welfare worker DON NOBLE lnduslrial AHS Burclwer Eom-1 NOLAN Cornmefcla' S'enOqrapl'1er BILL OOLE Universify Mr. America l96O CLAUDIA PEDROUI University Wri'er SHIRLEY PEDROUI Home Ecenomlcs Dressmaker MARILYN PETERSEN Commerela Sweaflwearf fO all RICHARD PETERSEN ledusrrial Arfs WI- we iaclzpo' On a q nz 5 ROGER POE College Derwfisf in Rockefeller Center GOLDIE PRICE COURSE: Home Economics AMBITION: Forlune Teller at Rm gling Bros. Circus LELAND RANDALL College Become a millionaire las? NORMA Rom College Thea+er manager GERALD ROWLEY Universily Draw pin-ups for Esquire Maqa zine DEE ANN RUTHERFORD Home Economics Model in New Yorlc MARY C. SALAZAR Home Economics Wallpaper designer VELMA SALIGER College Belly Grable's lwairdresser PAUL SCALES lnduslrial Arls Explorer in Africa KAY SCHORTGEN Commercial -and live happily ever a ELSIE SENESTRARO Home Economics Head waifress in Circ-'s ADAM SMITH Agricdfure Rancher LAURA SPELLMEYER College Housewife DARLENE STEPHENS COURSE Commerclal AMBITION Sfenographer LEWIS STEPHENS Agruculmre Weughf inffer NANCY STEWART College Inferror decorafor NORMAN STORMS Aqrlculfure Televxsuon execuhve New York FARRELL SWAIN lrdusfrnal Arfs Own The U S Mmf CONNIE SWALL Home Economucs Ha r Sfylusf for Vogue Magazlne HAROLD THAYER Commercual bop wrw r LEON THOMAS COHeqe Forenqn Mmnsfer an Pago Pago Dlcx THOMPSON lrfd Smal Ts RO Rogers II ROLAND THOMPSON V' Da Coowds afesf cov- RICHARO THORN In Smal S E ,meer u SOUTF Amen ALDA VIEGAS Commercual An V ro bm wer' is N Q R 4 Z' 3 ,X V'-E A i 1' MARITA WATSON COURSE Commercual AMBITION Join flue Air Force Own -v'!"f LASCA W1 LLBU RN Co lege a horse ranclm xn Arlzona Q-N 1 ANN YOUNGREEN College Everybody s frfend 1' Bevenu WELBORN College Be a Wac PAUL WILLS lnduslrfal Arls T e New York Tnmes a reporfer f MYRANA Wurresz Commercial Own a manswon Qs C' WV FRANK WIGGINTON lndusfrual Arfs Hof rod speclalusl Roasar WooosoN College all used by Bob X Rlofo iffarfadfk MARVON HENSLEY lndusfrual Arls lnvenfor lo Hal I PHOTO AVA! LAB LE EMMEU WILKENSON lndusfrnal Arls Arhsf for carfoon ships Lv- YVONNE WRIGHT College nu? grove JK . l . ,, , A x 5 Q 4 'X A 1 1 I W A ' ' ce eve a use " a " car + ' I ll H d C d l l Zi! u 1 4 ' N-V, V1 f 1" 4 . QA R I , 1 A ' ' ,ff K A oz , 4 JM, K V ar . Z4 . No A clweclr glrl af +lwe Cocoa W MENS UF QIKQ FORTUNA YHAUILU 'KI it W WI! 'Q . 'X , .1 N ii EA in Y l , L Q M, 1i Jg Q mimi Q ' , h , .W F 30 ,K K , 'MZ ' K-I.: 'xg fi, is - ""ws.s2a1f I 1 A t y , ' lk. .-5 First row left to rught Beverly Byker Song Leader Joan Gwyn Secretary, Bom! Brown Joy Boehm Treasurer Pat Elkmg Proms? Second row Floyd Reese Presndenl, Dwnghf Glass Sergeant a1Arms Mr Lrppert Advlsor Par Fruedenbach Yell Bob Burlingame Beverly Byker Ann Campbell Charlene Carlson Sadie Cathey Arlene Chaplin Joann Cllfron 4 ,Vg . 0 S , ., , ,J l .v-l. :bl l, ru C 'RT Nil. 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'Cv 16 v 6 Charles Hall Ted Hamilton Carl Hansen Wanda Hansen Jay Harlan Dolores Harvey David Harville Dorotha Hendrix Deloris Herman Joan Hixson Darold Holman Harriet Hubert Georgia Hume Janice Hunt George lbarreta Carol Johnson Pat Johnson Ruth Johnson Nerita Jordan Jerry Karp Richard Kesser Robert Kimzey Barbara Kinton Alfred Kittleson Aldan La Beck Allan La Beck Rita Lavely Joral Lerwill Barbara Lienhard Rose Linser Ronald Lowe Harold Lutz Pat Mackley Lois Marshall Marlette Martin Wallace Matthews Marvin McCausland Delbert McCuen LaVerne Middleton Guy Moore Merritt Mosby Harold Murrish John Nelson Hazel Nunes Mary Oliver Larry O'Neil Kathleen O'Rourk Doris Pedrotti Kay Pedrotti Edvige Perrc Larry Philipsen Lynn Pryer Floyd Reese Juell Robertson Jim Robinson Ronald Rohde Ed Rose Ben Salyer Diana Santorini Gerald Severson 77 ffl '1 i 4 K 1. 4' fn: S' 4183 1 Via -ein-Q . 1 v ML ,Juan ' . -- ... .- . 3g On cs, et. 1 FQ 5 'J 2 '. LP 1- sv H70 5475 ' :I+ ,J 1. ,H 6 N st, 4,5 fx Q0 C7 4 of . . -VKA ag 3 ' S., 5 YM? 1' X - . Q l N E Elita Shaffer Glenda Shields Harold Shively Clifford Smith Dale Smith Gilbert Smith Lucille Somerville Ann Marie Springborg Pat Still Marvyn Stockel Mervyn Stoclcel Betty Straight Sally Summerfield Shirley Swall Mary Taylor l :H ,S A s I in W x , ' -'S ,ff ,. 3 , X A is ' 'J it lb X ? I ,sf 21: M , s 115454 ' air.-2451: in lx 1: X3 an Q T -tx il. G' 5 w Q:-r -M gg, 'iff .f .. .5 M Q' T is 'T if 4: f t' X' Q . 5 X yt X , j , QQ, , gi 6- 6 'QQ L- 'ZF Vx Hazel Thompson Terry Thompson Sally Thorn Edna Tompkins Poul Vonada Sam Wendt Anthony Wheeler Ardis Whitlow Claudia Wood '.r .45 .. QT'-1 xy fi X N , ax Robert Wotherspoon Don Yarger Donna French 6. First row, left to right: Beverly Law, song leader, Phyllis Borges, treasurer, Vivian Cloney, pianist, Pat Flocchini, secretary. Second row: Roger Lorenzetti, sergeant-at-arms, Kenneth Mote, yell leader, Leighton McCloskey, president, Bob Noble, vice-president, Mrs. Newton, adviser. WOT 9 N SHOWN ' 'P 6 2 14 S ' i Sa Leola Adams, Fred Bones, Christine Bucher, Janice Cobb. MISS ABRAHAMS ADVISORY G Betty Dodson, Virginia English, Betty Foster, Jimmy Green. James Griffith, Dolores Harvey, Alice Holman, Jo Ann Jones. Beverly Landoski, Jeanne Larson, Kay Lipscomb, JoEllyn Meador. Larry Nelson, Leora Olivera, George Phillips, Wanda Rowley. David Shively, Phyllis Stephens, Lillian Tamo, Sue Thomas. Fred Wheat, Cecil Wilkinson, Miss Abraham. MR. AMBROSINVS ADVISORY sv as PE: NOT 1- V 0 SHOWN I Pete Applegate, Harold Bones, Pamela Carter, Jackie Colman. Doyle Currier, Arlie Doers, Eleanor Foster, Ruby Grillith Phyllis lngrafn, Billy Jordon, Jack King, Robert LaLone Joann May, Bevery Mcfklister, Ba'ra- dine Medaris, Garth Nichols. Huey Orsenico, Joan Pritchett, Dorothy Ruiz, Kenneth Sanborn. Kay Simmons, Joyce Stevens, Dale Swafford, Betty Lou Taylor. Kathleen Thompson, Gwila Whitlow, Joanne Wilson, Mr. Ambrosini. :B . S 0 0 Q I? -' S gs f ,L 5 A A 1 Y.. wk' aG 'x Y. X 'r Mx R, 4 por , SHOWN L ,, Q- ' - 5' Q s l I , fr Q l A ' s x- J F x . I 1 QL s MR. BROWN'S ADVISORY Marie Abare Ralph Aubrey Troy Bromlett Edward Cardinal Juanita Clark Jerry Covington Thomas Demello Jackie Lou Goe John Hill Wesley Hixson Blayne Jenks Joe Kernohan Merton Malcomb Jeanette McMartin Pat Murphy Mary O'l'lanen Jimmie Parr Patricia Philip Shirley Roberts Kenneth Shannon James Smith Donald Swarts John Watson Clora Wright Mr. Berg Donna Abel Tom Bartlett Marilyn Brown Betty Crews Rex Crouse Alfred Dias Richard Fauerbach Rosalie Goodwin Jean Harper Delorse Holberg Jean Jones Max Lennon Lyla Lewis Lorraine Martz Dillon McAllister Jim McNaughton Dorene Miller Sandy Natt Leona Olivera Linda Roth Anna Shields Bill Spain Carl St. Claire Gordon Stephens Marietta Swarts Frank Tehan MR. BERGS ADVISORY 1' 1 LV , x ' sf 1 A: S J ,T il 1 52.1 I. x s ,. - 5 b ,ft I . Pm ,nr o 'n 0 Q r i v- . " WOT ' A - snoww l 1 M. , fm D' ' . J! llfzvf Danlse Aubrey Wnlluam Bones Joyce Chrustlansen Phyllus Coleman Elsne Damtoll Duck Dorrts Dorene Franklrn John Grsffntts Gene Henderson Kenny Hymer Rrck Jeans Chrrstlna Jordan Glenn Laursen Neal Madsen James McCloskey Judy Meng Juliet Musson Robert Partrzdge Janrce Read Crayton Sauers Raymond Smeltzer Jackie Straight T ,., A"" J I C f l A us 5 . y ,Q ' x 4 . . - I 3 ' : hh' 4 l 4 i. I' V' l t c 4 t' " ' 1 ' 4 , . - -' ' l ' s , W - . .. I . , ' U 5 J. - T . ' 5 MRS. GARDNERS ADVISORY E I- Q .Lax Maureen Toole , X a 1225 : A ' 4 U I y 1 in 1 ,, Q , gl 4 V fl f -' ' J Q V 1: , ' ,iff ?1t - ' 5 g R X - l ' v 1 -J T J lm " Q l Phyllus Borges Bully Clark Vtvlon Claney Martlyn Cook Walter Del Blagguo Bonnue Evans Pat Flocchlnt Carol Fuller Bull Hught Johnny Jones Maxune Jordan Beverly Law Doug Lee Roger Lorenzettt Arcluth Marshall Donna Martin Leighton McCloskey Damta Monschlce Kenneth Mote Bob Noble Sally Perrott Edward Powell Bob Richmond Gene Sellers Bull Sr'mTl'1 Jackle Teasley Dave Truby Robert Woolley Mrs, Newton GHOWN MRS NEWTON S ADVISORY OT SHOWN uv g 3 1f""" Roy Taylor John Townsend Steve Wlgglnton Kenneth Womble Mrs Gardner .G 'L 6 4 Wt 6 it Firsl' row, lefl' lo right Glenn Chandler, Presidenf Lois Hansen, Secrelaryg Kalie Garrell, Song Leader Second row: Miss V. Shulsen, Advisor: Esfher De- well Treasurer: Carol Tann, Pianisfg Theresa Rex Yell Leader. Third row: Fred LaLone, Sgt a+ Arms Lee Fielder, Vice President MR. EDWARDS ADVISORY Firs'r row, lell lo righlz Elder, Evans, Shanahan Cook, Sarginson, Muse, McKay. Second row: Wors wiclc, Chaplin, Nelson, Francis, Tompkins, Hedley. Mr. Edwards. Third row: Endicoll, Aldrich, Sfro bridge, Dawson, Truby, Jalmes. Fourfh row: Godsey, Fischer, Allen, Collings, Meyers, Sellerlund. Koble Absent Schellings, Boyles, Pri+che++. MR. KITSONS ADVISORY Firsf row, leff fo righlz Rodgers, Swain, Kolding, Bidache, Hansen, S+ewar+, Nunes. Second row: Fauerbach, Tuclcer, Thomas, An- derson, Gladden, Williams. Third row: Fishe, Swarfs, Glines, Mc- Neill, Rex, Tann, Dwight Evenson. Fourfh row: Carfer, Reeves, O' Neil, Allred, I-Iill, Peferson, Mr. Kilson. Absenf, Hopper.. MR. LARSON'S ADVISORY Firsf row, lef+ Io right Ashburn, Widener, Pefersen, Wendt Young, L. Anderson, Noble. Second row: Ober, Pallon, Boerger, Anfongio- vanni, Granvall, E. Anderson. Easf. Third row: Mr. Larson, Robinson, Zimmerman, Frasier, Duncan, Kolding, B. Frost Severson. Fourlh row: Coolc, Millan, Balmer, Miller, Slill, Branson, Grant Absenlz S. Frosr. MRS. LINSERS ADVISORY Firsl row, lefl' To right Reeves, Gaflin, Mosby. Woolley, Waldner. Shields, Annibel. Second row: Ridenour, Neely, Ripple, Swall, Jorgensen, lvlalcomb, Mrs, Linser. Third row: Lang, Briley, I-leberf, Morris, Brashear, G i a c o m i n i. Fourfh row: Thompson, Svendsen, Coffey, Ammer, Goodner, Van- Loon. Fiffh row: Wrighl, Sanborn. Ferguson, Breshears, Tommila. M R. PANTTAJAS ADVISORY Firsl row, lell lo righl: Evans, Marlin, Mead, Harpen, Arlhur, Brewer. Second row: Killleson, Dewell, Loveland. Garrell, James, Jensen, Third row: Thomsen. Moody, McCuen, Kindred, Bas- sell, Mr. Panllaja. Fourlh row: McGahuey, Doyle, Dickerson, I-Iouseworlh, Miller, Thayer, Jack- son. Fillh row: Schroder, LaLone, VanDuzer, Loveland. MISS V. SI-IULSENIS ADVISORY Firsl row, lell lo righl: Smilh, Frazier, Anderson, Wallcins, Fran- cis. Second row: Pedrolli, Klaver- weiden, Thorn, Tompkins, Badura, Dewell. Third row: Coleman, Farns- worlh, Weaver, Slewarl, Schmidl, Hansen, D. Fielder. Fourlh row: Miss V. Shulsen, Collings, Ashburn, Chandler, Slephens, Guedmin, Lewis. Filh row: DeLoach, Mann, Youn Allen Slevenson, L. Field- Q. . er. Absenl: Davis. MISS TATE'S ADVISORY Firsl row, Iell lo righl: Moon, Healon, Walker, Meng, Wooden, Sloul, Bryanl. Second row: Wal- lcins, Voigl, Dodson, Heney, An- derson, Krader. Third row: Mc- Bride. Summerlield, Worlhinqlon, Walls, Shields, Simmons, Miss Tale. Fourlh row: Morris, Biscon- er, Nichols, Smi+h, Barllell, Dix, Friedenbach, Kesser. A b s e n l, Sluclcer. Courses Offered of F. U. l-l, S. A choice of five courses is available +o Forruna Union High School sludenfs which enables ihem fo receive iraining in fhe career 'rhey desire +o follow afier gradualion from high school. College or Universiiy preparafory s'ruden+s lake science, mafhema- iics, foreign language and ofher academic subiecfs. Sludenfs of indusirial ar+s enroll in mechanical drawing, wood work and shop classes. Commercial sludenrs drill in +yping, shorfhand and bookkeeping. Boys who wish io major in agriculiure can fake agricul+ure and farm mechanics and become members of +he Fuiure Farmers of Amer- ica. Home Economics majors learn cooking, sewing and become members of lhe Fufure Homemakers organizaiion. All of fhese courses help prepare 'reenagers for 'rhe work ahead of +hem. if 'W M Q x, CHEMISTRY xp' W' ' Q, ALGEBRA SPANISH O A Q A.. N 'ii A s I lfwwe ' 'i x L ' N "" r ff r V " .' ' - 4, -Y :-- ff.. -at num . . ' A ' .2 my 17' .qi ' I W 5. V. - Qawii' Q-2,415-T-f?!'?6':5?-vi ' - ' 72 5 AV 1:1 If-'A b 'ifw ' . V -'Jw . f N' ' , flh 1 is ,...mM- -QA: f - - I TL x '4- F- I I . v 1 "I Q 1 N A -1 - -. ..., ' --1' s v Q ' He ' DE K nv- up N i ' ,. vs. 'Y my, W ix N D K? r ., ' 'i ' " ' ,. 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' ' : , i'i'-"'7" H' 3"f2'r' f3as.--'Fw f in-?"?f,fg-. 5:,?8:,pei-H1 . .ily-.!?!2'af13?ff7'iff?'l'1?Y"5' 0" Uff I STUDENT BOOKKEEPERS s 4- , ,O Be re Marcr-ef w 3 1 , E '::"', Leif +0 right: Gay Myers, Mr. Sfenback. adviser, Dee Ann Rwlnerford, Mariorie 2 'vw' ' Dude r ' ri Oxon' ' ' . ,A . sf-"f',LQ ',:Q9T 3' 0 -2 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Under 'me ieadersnip of Adam Smiih, cinaprer presi- den+, members of Tlne F.F.A. have made me organizarion very successfui during fine pas+ year. The club spon- sored 'rheir annuai barn dance, fun night boxing 'rournamenf and parenf and son banquet Mr. Ambrosini and Mr. Berg are advisers. Pai' Fiocciwini fpicfured abovej was 'me i949-50 F.F.A. queen, and Hwis year's seleciion was Connie Gus- haw fpaqe 271. ART FARM MECHANICS 1, .poly fi., ,,f -v' S X -.MV ance ' Firsr row, lei? fo righlz Barnes, president Daqqefl, vice presidenft D. Pedrofri, secrelary: Jensen, serqeanr-ar-arms. Second row: Mrs, Kenworrhy, adviser? Farnsworfh, hisforianp C. Swall, freascrer- Badura, reporferg Mrs. Gardner, adviser Absenw McAIIis+er, song leader: M. Wright, pianigfs Under 'rhe able leadership of Presidenr Joyce Barnes, rhe FI-IA Ihis year complefed Ihe proiecr of purchasing a slide proiecfor for Ihe home econo- mics depar+rnen+ of Ihe school. This was accom- plished Ihrough Ihe efforrs of The members in sel- ling holdoqs ar all Ihe home games and also by afrer school candy sales. nv, A , X Q s -1 - FUTURE HOMEMAKER OFFICERS fv iI'?."fWI M' N , ,334 COOKING CAFETERIA WORKERS SEWING Cn" R 2 s 2 3 Q 5 4 l ' , lf, I .?f',' , V if gp 4.4 zz ,, e -43 2:5 " I ,M ff? Q T 75? 2: f 15 EEE .5 4" ,. E' V " 2 2 vb -. f ," Y 5 if .f i ' ' f -I I W A 1 I 5 C? ' : TV" 50 'B 'S 8- M ay 14 X 3 uf Ria' - 'X 14,3 Q 5 3 Y V! .- n 'U-r ,hi- a'4 '..a 'a L X 0 qsllf' 1 wr my ' fm . kd, ,' 'Sx X II lin ns - - x ,X - ,z, 3. ' f 9 it Q! . f' sb V, ff? Mg! , tEi5'v, ,2uq f 1 I 41112, V 15" 0 I' I 1 I . Q r .- ffl , ,wav af' F If-JD W O 0 13- ff- 45 ? 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L. - , ,- Y.-.rw X Yvonne Wnghl Mereddh Brown Presndenf Vuce Presadenl Pal Davns Mrs Read Marulyn Pelersen Secrelary Advuser Treasurer Jolly Elluson S431 a+ Arms COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN F urs? row McCloslry Hllman Hunr Wilson Second row Newmalrer Branslefler l-luberl Lnnser The purpose of The Girls League ns lo creafe h h a appy eallhlul and wholesome social life among The gurls 'ro Tosler a spnrn' of loyally 'ro 'The school lo leach The umporlance of co operahon and To lraln gurls un The assuming of responslbllrly and leadershup In order +o malce +hem beller CITIZENS Lee Randall B90 Selyer Pres den? Vrce Pres den? Floyd Reece Secrela ry Mr Damon Adv ser Delberf Mccuen Cecal Wnllrenson Treasurer SCJ' al A ms The Boys League has had a great many achvnhes 'rhls year In The form of afhlelucs They held lhenr Tradulnonal freshmen sophomore ba h d g rus an enloyed nnlerclass com pehhve games As a special pro ecl fhe b L1 I , oys purc ased a molnon pncfure frlm processor for 'rhe pholography and vnsual ands deparfmenl Joyce Barnes Song Leader SG N8 QXQ9 -. 4-5? ' n -' 4 T ' t, . I y I ' I Q -1 -U -H .. Q - gm U , l - I I 1 ' . ' - F . T Q . . . ra h v . . s. . , Q ' xy, N, 'fy ev T 5 gk, gcy, BeHy Sfreighf Junior Edifor Janice Hunf Orqanizafions Gerald Severson Ar? Edilor Joan Guyn Associale Ediror A Claudia Pedroffi Ediror The goal ol rhis year's Megaphone sfall has been ro illusrrare how The union' in Forluna Union l-ligh School has enabled sluolenls from lhe various surrounding localilies lo garher logelher lor a common purpose-rhal ol receiving educalion in lhe various chosen lields ol preparalion lor a place in lomorrows complex world. Perhaps an equally imporlanl goal is lhal ol capruring forever rhe memories ol high school lilfe, binding lhem rogelher in This l95l Megaphone so rhal in laler years, as you rurn These pages, rhe friends, classes, acriviries and sporrs Familiar lo you now will nol be lorgolren. We have alle-mpled +o reach 'rhese goals by malcing if somewhal dillerenr from boolcs of rhe pasl. We hope lhar lhe Megaphone will be of inleresr and will have special appeal ro all. THE MEGAPHONE STAFF Q SW! Gwen Beacom Senior Edifor ,A , C .x 5 T ai' 5 -Jg' Beverly Byler Junior Edilor Rifa Lavely Organizalions 1 Wanda Hansen George lbarrefa Pai Johnson i i f ' Ar' Ediw' Girls Spo rs Boys Spor s Bill MCBFHS Miss G. Shulsen Mr. R. Sfenbacl Beife Marcheffi S0505 S'a55 Adviser Financial Adviser Business Manager The Scribes Club is an organizafion formed for ' srudenis inferesled in wrifing. The club published 'VJ 6 , 5' a magazine called lhe lnlcspof. Presidenr This year e 5 ' 6 N has been Ben Salyer, and Miss V. Shulsen is 'rhe ' I 1 adviser. Ben Salyer Dick Gladdan Joan Cheeseman Pfesidenf Vice President Secretary Charlef Hillman Treasurer . Firsl row, lefl fo righ+: J. Guyn, J. Brewer, M. Pedrofli, J. Cobb, L Spellrneyer, C. Pedroffi. Second row: J. Harper, P. Johnson C. Hillman, J. Cheeseman, D. Gladden. Third row: E. Garcelon, B Garcelon, B. McBride, B. Salyer, V. Shulsen, M. Thayer. Fourfh row ' ' l.. Pryer, G. Alexanderson. Joan Guyn lnlcspol Edifor W C ll-D P , K 4 is 1 A V M " f -- i . A .K , George lbarrefa Meridifh Brown PU J0hl'l50N Presidenr Vice Presidenf 5-'!CI'6f6YY Semper Amici, an organizarion for srudenls lalc- 1 ing a foreign language, has been successful in crear- 'A x ing a closer relafionship wifh ofher nalions. Presidenl if 'rhis year has been George lbarrera, wirh Mrs. Reid g .gifs-Etfg as adviser. Janice Reid Marilyn Brown Treasurer Sgr.-af-Arms Firsf row, lefl fo right Lavely, Campbell, Pedrofti, Perra, Tamo, Brown, Meng Lipscomb, Caihey, Rowley. Second row: Mrs. Reid, Johnson, Kinfor, Fcccrini Reid, Larson, Linser. Robert, Bucher, Third row: Lienhard, Hansen, Brovvr, Hu ber+, Ellcing. Cloney, Beacorn, Hoopes. Fourth row: Erickson, Hunk Friedenbach, Shaifer, Springborg, Boehem, Cheesernan, Franlmln. Fifrh rcw: Glass, Wc'l1er- spoon. Gladden, Jeans, Orsenico, Ibarrera, Tehan Randall, Fryer, Alexanderson, moo QQ fm. ll'Sf row Alexanderson Second row o dv rm Tewarf Marc: efu E IH 7 w dew Th r ro W4 son Brown Harpsf Jones Pedro'r+u Fourfh row Drewnck Fredenbaclw Lowe Erlc son Hun? Garcehn Mas V Shu! en Fws Wa'd er Sefond row Beacom Gar eorw Read M Pedrmf Ciwsfuarvsen Franrws Hanger' Lgrggn B Qher F0L,r?'P' 0 Ja usd' remclc Aexan EFSOD Vowf' Er kSOf'l Hun? Thorn Cha dfer Jorgensen FINE row Mcfloskey Hoopes C Pedrofh Fruedenbach Harper Joinsofw Lang Mass V Shulserv it Q 4 'H-'Sa' ' l , Q Z - '2ff.3,,,4'3' 'I S it vi 5 'f--Q A 'ws 6 0 "1 6,4 gb A sf ' A if ' 0 I 6 3 k - 2 1 , 'fe' ., N ' ' 6 an , Q V' X Q ,' ' , 1 e " 7 ' " f L Q Q3 , F' 1 . FI C I A. S , H fl, Pk' g fYfd . I d wi H , . VI I 1 ' 1 , k , , E , 's . AYVOWI "' . . : , C' , A . 5, 'AA , Wiigon, Cloney4 Jensen, Third row: Bryarv, Badura, MQCoUey, Flocdini, Gladderv, Harvey, ,, , Q . . r w: b D I' . 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Joann Clifton, Charlene 'fo 5 45-OO? 2503, off " 9 0,4 cy Charlson, Joan Guyn, Jean Harper J' O 96, 41,8048 Q gvsfl ,figs ,SN Y G S Personals .............. .............., P at Bryant, Bette Marchetti ,CQ lb 53,9 , 515' Xgb Aa Interviews ...... .....,.,,,........,,................,..... P aul Wills 09' 421. '?'046, W3 Y Y 6,-at Features ....... ...... D ave Jabusch, Pete Applegate 65.5 '92-069 0' Q83 X C9 we 59cY'5i Jokes .............. ,........,,...,.. R uth Lee, Harold Murrish X-'exe 'L 'yo B159 6900, V, Secydf- ag 'ali Girls' Sports .,.,. ...,,,,,.....,.,.,,....,,.....,......,., J ackie Teasley Aevkedf' 059 yew! 5 ook, uoresi-we N1 og. 0 Boys' Sports .............................. Jim McNaughton, Bob Wotherspoonuks A1 me xt 'G-'YXee5 5.64. 90,10 Cys Wqeiff Barry Brown, Jack Boerger Q6 14 of Xeaelsgffxq, 29516 5.05 S0 X05 will Advertisinz and Circulation ...... ............., B etter Business Bureau..A . -AW - ot--e -409 -M03 .1-xx'--01 Q.-fm"'5w31 BETTER BUSXNESS BUREAU li iei. L- t- ' 5" llllu I uulunu Q 1: 1 i 7 ll , 'tin '-QL..- ,J 'fs W . f f""l E A ir is-'fs' lv 3:1 .tv-fii -' Y ,fix J ' -. -.AKQQV gi l , ET C T twi- g so .raw Mi.. .Aa ieet 'LJ .W Wim PA atm -1,.ia:L..,,h 0-A-h ,, - I 4 iv i- 1A f ' ' 5 ' -- ----1-ull.,-A V N -. -.I 'ig 'j,,, - ... . ""'-"-i- - , ' i os'-s fda 'te stream- l Vx. 'a union S9 Gypsy 6 31 3 For- cr! ,tg , 1 ' ,JY 9 'V f 1- gg U. i f Q , y-I -, ... E Q Q T f Q, U, rr ,- gulf , Mr ll 5 b W sf he L, k' A' g- W- G' 3' on X if 'K' gf- gl 45 E' 1' 1- KQ5 ,fx I Firsf row: Poe. P. Bryant Frieden- bach, M, Bryanh Second row: Hackney, Lurz, Ogle, Randah, Richard, Thompson, Baker. Third row owVey Jabu h lbarrea ur rnoarne Ro a d Thompson Heros Sa ye Glass Fifth row Wofhe socon 'Kesser ee Genzoh M s h T d a C ec Hoooei You are r- r v n S 6 de Ca S a'4 Ek: q V-'ar M5 Ta 1 R , sc , r , B V 1 . Fcgvn rcwi I n L , -', r. jab.. C I Q Q 6 , Q6 . c Q 11 ' - 9 5 1 S 2 9, Q. 5- , ' Q- " R I -. C g , 43- fa f',. 3 ey. .x .: x Y v Y X FV? 'S--.: Eff-S:'. Se::'d 'C-'VI C'eeserm5- Pe-e-Sem hir rcv.: Drs,-NTQR Br5dfie'd Franklin, B rry, Four" "3--v: Wf'g" MafC'e"r , P fc" Bfcvmy nd en. FT" C.: Hu Y, Macfey, :r-ner N F59 " QP, v- r 'r' , se' is 'e. Fnrsf row lefl fo rughf Frazuer Jensen Second row Youngreen Boehm Third row Perroff Law Floc chan: Frnedenbach Barnes Fourfh row Bryan+ Karp Goble Reese Francis Rofh Fnllh row Mr Kufson Smellzer M604 Zed Ewa Earned! The Junior Red Cross council was organized for fhe express purpose of serving and helprng olhers Some of Their accomplnshmenls have been reluef work for lhe commumfy programs for local hospnfals provndung canes for dns abled veferans sluffnng 'roy annmals for chuldren and ofher achvnhes whuch have kepf 'rhe council very busy lhls pas? year They should be hughly commended for lhe work fhey have done under +he guidance of Mr Kufson ?7Zaue46ZaZ The C B Nurses named for Clara Barlon are a group of gurls who wash lo enfer lhe professuon of nurs ng In 'rhls club gurls learn varnous school requuremenls lor 'rhe professron and sludy avanlable op porfunlhes un lhus wlde field The counselors Mrs Carol Clendenen a professuonal nurse and Mrs Arela Curry have done splendid work advnsmg 'rhus group Furs? row leff 'ro rnghf N Rolh Tamo Cheeseman Jorgensen Second row L Rofh Byers Tann Rowley Y Wrugh+ Hoopes Third row Rudenour M Wrngh+ Franklun Mrs A Curry Goe Hallman I G 5, - - , 2 . l . LETTERMEN The Le++ermen's Club of l95O-5l carried on wi+h 'rhe admi+'rance of many new members who had earned Their alhlefic block F. The organizafion sold game programs and gave an affer-game dance which ad- ded 'lo Their already bulging bank ac- count mos'r of which will go 'rowards a proiecf for The srudenl-body. They have had a successful year wilh Roger Poe as presidenr and Mr. Damon, adviser. Firsf row, lefl fo righl: Randall, Marchefli, Poe, B. Brown, S'rewar'r, Benron, Hansen, Baird, Cobb Jabusch, Glass, McCuen. Second row: J. Eriedenbach, Thomas, Dickerson, M. Brown, Viegas, Huber? Cheeseman. Thompson, Ogle, P. Eriedenbach. Third row: Bradlield, l-loopes. Franklin, Welborn Na+? Fourlh row: lbarrela, LaLone, Salyer, Reese, Bravo Philipsen, Stephens. MUSIC FEDERATION The Music Eederalion has as ils ob- iecl The improvement represenlalion and enferlainmenr of ifs members, o The music deparlmenl and of +5-ie high school. Eli-sf row, ielr vo righr: Shirley Swall, rreasurer Wallace Meyers, oresiderd' Dick Pelerser' xice- oresidenft Joyce Barnes, secfefary. DANCE BAND The dance band was organized fo give valuable experience 'ro +he players and 'ro perform a service +o lhe school. Eirs' row elf To righl: Borges, Nfbe, Tehan Mr. Pan'la7a. Sezohd row: Bucher Lee pnilip sen, M:Clcske,, Third rcw: Sanbcr' J. Efeden bach. Second row: M. Brown, Taylor, Myers, Huber? Hcopes Bradlield Noan Dewell Glass. Th rc: vc-w Mr. Paniraia. Weaver, Franklin, B-flFngai-ne, l-lecev Sanborn Phiiosen, Kesser Jabucc, Lee. . fm-hunky, rf . if E l ab JOY BOEHM LYNN PRYER PEGGY BLITCH DEE ANN RUTHERFORD JOYCE BARNES JOYCE BARNES LYNN PRYER WHY THE CHIMES RAN6 The Teafured play of +he year was The Emperors New C'o+hes by Charlove Ch permmq Thus olay p esewfed a chaTlerwqe fo our drama deparfmemh as mf was preserwed prrmarmTy For ch ldrem The piay was emoyed Tor MS achon and comedy wwrh fs colorful Chinese Cosmmes and Serhng The Knave of Hearrs was preserved lafer on In fhe year a+ Humboldi Sfafe Col lege Tor 'rhe drama Teshyal The s'ruden+ body pfay Our Town by Thomfon WuTder was presenfed In May .. U . . I r yu sf"x ,4z'4Zez'ec4 H3 W N5 A Wx ff if xiii, U , ,Q no wi V 1, Q.: ,Q An, x 'A G I O O X ff U X 6, im I 1. i P 'f " vf 'S .f dw ,Q wi ff jf i , X vi f ' I O 40 30 20 G C'Jwg5wumf X W U l'1 J 1-X -S! 'ilu- M if ! 'XX x X l N I IA '! I 3 w if A ...Q A l I ' l 1 4 "fl N l l A, K 'Q' , A -. 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Pere Applegafe Carl Hansen Pai Elklng F'-IQ' Esfer Cloney i 'X Par Fruedenbaclw Ron Goble 'fanned Barbara Kmfon Beffe Marchefh N lvm 5m Wanda Aida Vnegas Hansen V s. A , A . , A Q I 1 , sg .. A K ,il I K A 1 X A: ' ' - ., Q , in .K D il . f , I T K 4 - Q l f Q. X s 'M , ,QSQQ-'. Qi:-3 if 'gil H viifs' ,P . ..4. A W -N i-1 93- . 4 fs...p,-x.-ee4',aAE:h,igg: X if '7 Q ., ion f' A Bill McBride Richard Kesser Jack Boerqer I A Q0 Q At, 5' , Q P I 46 Roberf Davis Barry Brown Ronald Dickerson v X. wr, Blayne Jenlcs Eugene Henderson Frank Telwan Roberf Woflwerspoon Wtayzwzzw HARPER DAVIS REX GLASS ABARE ANTONGIOVANNI SWALL . v Z L2 "4 I -mfhfff.. .r ,.f-- ' -K4 'E .M I -on 1 mea K Bo eo M Ne :ag + 3- a. 5":' WOO Rwf Sues 4 fi? -ir F Wake LC Ma sf' see q I+ em, any Hcmew 1 lc b ues .-"' Z, 8 Vera Ellison Claudia Pedrofii Vice Pres. Sec.-Trees, 5 U' 6 Joy Boehm Presidemi Q . ? 1 A Peggy Blifch Margarel Tafe Sgh-af-Arms Adviser The Girls' Aihleiic Associafion promofes parficipafion in a+hle+ics and relafed acfivifies. I+ encourages spirif and sporfsmanship beiween girls. I+ develops leadership and provides for wholesome relaiionships befween girls and boys fhrough co-recrea- 'rional acfivifies. Q? . GUY MYW5 Wendi HGNSBN Pai HeneY Nancy Sfewarf Kay Schorigen Rec. Games Beskefball Vclleybali Hockey Lois Hansen N W S W-s,,,M S 5 S l A f Q' Y A 0 Y O Y 5' 'C rigrv arson, Swell S+? Mackey errrer, Jorrson, G-oe Ke"or Boehm, Myers, ewerf Bradlield, E' leon, Oufside circle lell' fo riglwfz Nunes, Harper, L. Hansen, Heney, A. Marshall, L. Marshall, Elking, Mackley, Lienlward, Eriksson, Saliqar, Jordan, Elder, Clark, Law, Sfraighf, Youngreen, Swarfs, W. Hansen, Bradlield, I-loopes, Davis, B. Marlin, Swall, Forsfer, Cook, Aubrey. Inside circle, leff fo rigl'v'r: Basseff, M. Marlin, Anderson, Blllclw, Myers, McAlis+er, Marclvelli. BASKE , jf? I wg ' C NI K A X,,J VOLLEYBALL Marfln Reud anfarunu Anfonq ovanm Coskef Tl- d row elf rlqln l cr- 9 Q Noble Herman Cobb Fourflw row Ieff fo rnglwf Boebm A derson Bessel? Gerrelr Appleqa+e Nunes Fllllw row lelf fo rnglwl Swell Campbell Cook Guslwaw Clfeegeman Salazar N l , Q - , Tx A . if 1' l -J . ' 'Y A 8 N f 'Y -1 K ,.f,.. ,. x Firs' row, leff fo riglwf: McAlisfer, Hoopes, Deva Beaccm, Daqcelf. Second rg.-.4 lei' +C rig?-'g ', '.S ". I ', Mc X. ir , l To ' +1 BH l, Dew Ed f 'K Q i ,J fs 4 Wwpm, 'W , -TL tx if ---Q, . s fr 1 .sd E 3 fa A 235'- I-Qt 3 1- Q . -+L . :J Nj! Ji! ,,, WQi5"gQ,.' W ' . y 1 , -MQ 'N 'f 'A ' .ll-wg' 1-I ': is fb H sy v I gi O L if flff fl 1 N 4 X v X .1 va- ' G" , Xffnf , gem ma wi s ll ' We, the Senior Class of I95I, being of moderately sound mtnd ?l, do hereby bequeath our many precous possessions to you students who must carry on vvtthout us. To the freshmen we leave our Itttle black books called "How to Live and Sttll Survtvef' To the sophomores vve leave the honor of, at last, betng upperclassmen. To the Iuniors we leave our worn out bra ns and gray hatrs, wishing you better luck. I,GeraId Alexanderson, leave my knovvleage to any teacher who Is not quite so fortunate as I. I, Mary Ann Applegate, leave my brother 'o follow my foot steps-the poor ktdl I, Barbara Aubrey, leave my pleasanmess and politeness to the tunzor gtrls n eo B cchett leave my ncknarr P s o o obo Im gotnr to our t Martha Lea Bake leave to keep ho se for my husband Joyce Ba nes leave Mrs Kenwortny and her Home EC classes to stgh IU deep relief now that I am ftnally Ieavtng Isabel Barry leave my deltghtful temper to anyone who can handle tt Gvven Beacom leave the rafters rtngtng and the roofs ratsed to next years student body yell leader Allen Berg leave my father to teach hrs c asses In peace Francts B ssett leave my arttsttc touch to Joy Boehm Peggy B Itch eave my ktss proof Itpsttck o I.ots I-lansen It sattsftes Dtck Bof er eave my beauttful brofvn ur y ha to Mr labusch Leon Boyd Ie ve my red hatr to lav Jackson Sherry Brodfteld leave my hetght to Mr Kttson If he cant use tt Mrs Kutson canll Ann Bronstetter leave Cal to all the other gurls to paw over but I sttll vvant htm so dont dug too hard Meredtth Brovvn leave my deltcate cansttutton to my srster Martlyn Good luck Stsll M e B ,ant 'ea e my s ze I3 shoes to Betty Qurnsey B vant e e ny I Inc s O anne tuture taurnat Vern1B ers ea e for the South ana my man Jerry Camobe I leave my skttl IH the mechantcs f eld to my stster Ann Joan Cheeseman leave my new look o Jackte Goe Btll e Cock leave a my bookkeeptng and shorthand IH the nearest waste paper basket Gary Cook eave oy Itfe ct t Roy Cooke ec e to clean other streets es des 'he school s ea majnettc perso a tt sm Ie to It Ian e a v I et veeI Nevv York ang O sk II O I e I v I n me Na y o e o Eam ea e vw th my ftngers str rossed I 'ae eta "Ieahea oteres uadntmrda t r o r v ound and soon ooe o ea e EII on 1 o eave th a song on rn UW 'U C em ook o Vtvan a ansot ot o vork o those orm Jack Fr edenbach leave to Terry Thorno on my book Econom cat Vtlays o S ep Ou I Eldon Garcelon leave wtth my sctenttftc obtttty to make somethtng of myself I,A.g' a t,II I e, t,f n dy. l 3 lllyll, I, s r, u- . I, r , ' I . ' ' I, ,Ia ' Q If I , . I I, , , I ' u . I, lj ,lo - t . , I, ' I- ,E I ' I c I ' . I, I , a lr I. If . I . V . -. , I In If I V . . . , , I, , I ' . , ' . I, Ik II, Iv . I s C . I, Dat rg ,luavor H -Spy " he' f s I- ' . Ist. I, c Iv ,l -Iv I I , I, 1, I l I , I, I, . , t 'I I I, : , ' , I, ,l I to ent gl IasI, I, I l ,I Iv I ' I3 I , 's I, Pa' Dat. s, I, Ie mtv I - ' n l and I I larva I, Mc:',c' e Dui o, eat, I.-fell wort "ack C If cu' I ICC: torn a I, Art De B-ogg o, leave, faktng my many ' mes m spronounced name vv th me I, 4 ie De.: :N eine .-,I'r- Ivtl , hit I-II'fl.i"B EK Is 'o lj 4' ng .-vI 'I D 'I I, DICk Ehrhafci' lef' ta n ak, vt y neu- tame ,,, ' I,I Q rg ' , I, B b ,ls I. I ll c ' , I,tvIkeEa ', sl' ll I KI f It, 'Ib I 1 I :I bl, I, Ve 3E san, leavel lly to fad he ov n I-.ay ar II - t . ,Is I, Mc' W' Er cks 'f l I VIII ' " 4 cf IQ5, I,Marene Fr I 4 'eave Iy h s'ry 3, l t l ,gl l-I I - ,-Y l ,. ,I U, . . , f Islas. II l-H Ill 'tr rf' LX 'T' Q 'rr r:- 'TW f A CO f nv r f 4- f My Gerald Alexanderson After graduatung from FU H S Gerald went to the Unuversuty of Oregon where he receuved hus BA and PhD degrees Now ten years later Gerald has been offered the posutuon of Presudent of San Jose State Col ege and of course us ooung to take ut Mary Ann Applegate Because of her pleasant manner Mary Through wuth school us quuckly workung her way up to the top as the fufth floor manager un one of New York s rutzuest ap parel centers Barbara Aubrey The future funds Barbara un Washungton DC takung letters for the Secretary of Commerce Shes been there sux months now and us crazy about ut scventufuc farmung rught un thus area He keeps purebred cows whuch have the hughest cream producung average un the county Martha Lea Baker Martha us wuth the Amerucan Red Cross un the Mussussuppu flood area She really lukes her work and us well satusfued wuth the amount of work durung the flood season Joyce Barnes Joyce us now srngung Madame Butterfly her chuldren only as practuce of course Tomorrow nught she makes her debut un the Metropolutan Opera House Isabel Barry Isabel us the wufe of a cow pokey and keeps an old tume ranch house She makes her own uce cream and moans because there us no theater un mules to go to Gwen Beacom Several years funds Gwen wuth the star role un Shakespeares great play Romeo and .luluet Gwen has emicvz Zzuupdam By Ann CPzgylphmvyklol Youngreen Let me look deep deep unto the future deep unto my crystal ball Zalbbza Lazulka Bulkosklavo Ah huh ut us clearung been dorng hut plays ever sunce she was un hugh school at Fortuna Her abuluty us outstandung and she has put ut to the best use Allan Berg Allan went to art school and for the past two years he has been workung wuth Al Capp on Lrl Abner He wull soon buv out Capp who us returung Francus Bussett A glumpse ahead and we see Frances workung at a large furm uru Los Angeles as an unteruor decorator and desugner Her hugh school art work helped her succeed wuth her career She no longer paunts penculs that people try to puck up Peggy Blutch Stull young Peg has rust funushed specual traun as ladv cop Duck Bower Ruchard Eunsteun Jr us hus name now He can add two and two and get fuve Leon Boyd Leon has a garage of hus own un Ruo Dell grease monkey and mechanuc Rebuuldurug motors and autos are hus specualtues Sherry Bradfueld Sherry us happuly marrued now and very busy helpung her husband on theur twelve acre munk farm She us hopung that someday she wull be able to afford a munk coat Arun Branstetter To everyones surpruse Ann has taken up flyung She us an aur hostess on Trans Amerucan Aurlunes Mereduth Brown Mereduth us a doctor un a chuldren s hosputal north of San Francusco Her unterest un nursung led her to a more complete career as M D I I , u . , - M,A. . , . I . . . Z I 1 Y I . . . . V : I I I I . ' 4 . . I . I . . , . . - Angelo BClCCl'leTTi: Years l'XC1vG passed and Pluto is doing SOVTIS ing in Sqn FrQr1Ci5C04 Tomgrrow She gets her first Qsgignmenf I A l A H H to . A . . . , - ' : , . . , . , , Paul Scales Paul ts worktng wtth the Prestdent ot the Untted States He sharpens Mr Prestdents penctls ana empttes hs ashtrays Kay Schortgen Kay has earned a teachers degree at Hum boldt State College and she wtll replace Mrs Curry and take over Mrs Curry s commerctal classes Elste Senestraro Elste has a tob wtth Macy s store hlltng bal loons wtth heltum gas and gtvtng them away to all th lttte ktddtes that come tn Adam Smtth A snap reporter tn hts held always at the sfen of the crtme tragedy and tght lte Adam entofs thts tcp muc better than the last You should see htm hand hs cameral Laura Spellmeyer Laura ts worktng wtth the Pep ompan, er tob ts taktng a publtc optnton poll Do you eat Peo for breakfast9 Do you thunk Pep ts better wtth bananas or peaches? Darlene Stephens Darlene ts mowtng lawns for her ltv ng You grow em l mow em she always chants Lewts Stephens Lewts ts tn Mextco ranchtng He has a l5 OOO head at beet What prtces they brtng tnl Nancy Stewat Several years atter graduattng trom Fc Jra Hugh Nancy establtshed a home and also an olttce n Arcrt J as Publtc Accountant Luke Father ltke Daughter Norman Storm Norman ts at San Quenhn as Warden nutchl Farrell Swatn Tame has passed and Farrell s drtvt g takt cab tn DenJer Colorado He has plans ot o J ng h ofn Checkerboard Deluxe Cabs soon Connte S nne and ner gtrl tt nd e C t arfl estzurant oe teen Elko and W nnerr vaaa The c stomers o e Conntes spe a ty Jump ng Bea s Harold Thayer Ha all has moved to New York whe e become a ha styl st eon Thomas L on ofts a pet shop on the rle t he e er vt rn Dtck Thompson Dtck owns a sports shao but he guns He s an A l gunsm th Roland Thompson Roland ust recetfed h s Naval nofv a ptlot on a flat top Rtchard Thorn Rtchard has learned the art of casttng and can now tell the ktnd ot Neather wtthout any trouble at all Alda Vtegas Aldo has become chtef andy taste land Candy Manutacturtng Company Martta Wa'son Martta has a ttt e tn tront ot h sRS spectaltzes tn fftngs and ts fveather tore we re havtng r tor MacFar er name now Befer y Welborn Bef ts Sergeant Welbarn and s tntro uc tng new recrutts to the Army .way ot te Frank Wtggtnton Frank ts a ra l oacl engt neer mth the South ern Pactttc Ratlroad Company Emmett Wtlkenson Emmett has found a new ta ent whtch he cltdnt know extsted unttl last sprtng He s t e ten stgn pa nt er that ts drtvtng the other local patnters out ot nustness Lasca Wtllborn Navy here l come has been L sca s bathe cr ever stnce she aradtxzted 'om H Slf- 5 Q ,Ot U gwe ca eer tn the Waxes we doesn know et 5 Q 5 tor a commtsston ul VV' 3 U fs EDP Lfttt J old H tra r 5 Y SUN Ott l D lr BUILDING CONTRA TOR Myrna Wttter Myrna has helped h husband york up to an emtnent banker s poston ana she h s tafortte secretary Bob Woodson Bob h :grow rn D fm Q Work QQ s reen set o c c e ff U n scre Yountreen At Q tons as sopht ttca er FY' I F' J l th the TH F' Breeze eater Jvhe e 3 e sne J Yu ,eets Dm if ff rn: ,WWA Y wdwta Z Sz Hundreds ot thousands at students throug treasure their qaqlow-,nada the nation wiii Yearbooks tor many years to come. 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