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

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' aa J 5, .J - 1 r w v A 179 , -q.. j N .L , Y . Tim.. -. I r : f',"7gi T". . .. uv.: . Ag ,. 1. ..' xrgnin - 4, Ya- if , nfwiukur- bw LJ. U. 1 -. I .ma MEGAPHGNE 1956 FORTUNA UNIQN HIGH SCI-IOSL Fortuna, Ccnlifomio FOREWORD This has been a year in which the students have shown the kind of school spirit which is very seldom seen by people outside our school. When our communities were struck by disaster some of the first people on the iob were the "kids." They were busy every minute of every day rescuing people and stock, while others worked providing shelter, food and clothing. This was a display of true school spirit. fZ'LQ.fJ onfenfs, 7 " ""' ""-Wtxgf ' .. Q 'f '1fU.1"' l 0 . Qdm gg 1+-0 i in gs, N 1 A i classes X h Wx Y7lZ0'bOY1S Ex wifi Wyre yn C Fo, 4,55 U is T 'Q m - f Q Nj Q D ILL, Q ' ' U Q Siudevwt Govevnment U 'S :P G SU Q R X 'aff' 46 Q Q , do ,:. . W iw' WGN' Q - A .- X Ag.. .ig 1 .XM A. A , l f r fr 1"""ff" 59 'dna l . L ill? 'Q-ff d J' do li 'W o 8 'xxx M :EKK R 5 .SQA 1 Al QQ? ,A , ti log kk 4" i s 1 I Arlynda Corners vm .. . l Pepperwood ,W"lnIPIAuu.,, f.. ,M ., --bil' V' .- f 'P .ww --thinly Q-'W Ferndale Bridge looking Toward Fernbridge Pepperwood Cottage Court A house in The Eel River Scofia Ball Park L ...- v,.--M-w.,. mx... ,.k. .W k ,, . do , . , ,, l ,o "f -Y Q ' V or wwmm-wr - Q - r l or . Q . A . sf ' K ll L 'iff' ' ' f 4, .. A X I , gf .f",:' M ,. 'z.f+ L , 1 4,4-3 . E' if , a f o 1, V 1123? M ' A . 45 3 ll H. M 12 5 ,,- ,, . 5, K V, 3 j, M 5 A 2 .- 5' ' . . Sc ,a f 'lf -P " , A .gi Y "WW ,fm-ro. 1,51 r K M P1 ,Q hw . fv1TTff" ' L N,-U 7 I . , L, ,, '35 X.-A . , ,W -.dt .N V wx X. F-42 X 'Hn- ,lf ' ADMIN ISTRATICDN AND FACULTY ' W3 Co 490 District Superintendent of Schools To Mr. Badura, our prin- cipal and friend, we would like to extend our thanks and appreciation for the things he has done for us, the priv- ileges he has given us and the trust he has put in us as the students of F.U.H.S. MR. ELMER MCKENZIE President TRUSTEES ADMINIS MRS. LOGAN ROONEY MR. HENRY W. PERROTT To the Board of Trustees we are ever thankful for the splendid work they have done for us wil- lingly and continuously. MR. JOE H. DUNGAN MR. EVERETT A. BECK Secretary MR. GEORGE J BADURA OFFICE STAFF The office staff is a never tiring group that has helped us the whole year and has worked hard for us. 4 CONNIE ASHBURN WINNIE EISAN PAT MOSBARGER Bookkeeper SUDSFVISOF Of Office Secretary Attendance TRATORS OFFICE STAF F MR. STENBACK Vice Principal To Mr. Stenback we wish to express our heartfelt thanks for his assistance in all our problems. - I Q First row, left to right, Miss Crozier, Miss Hyden, Miss V. Shulsen, Mrs. Jacobson, Miss Abraham, Mr. Lyon, Miss Deardorff, Mr, Syvertson, Mr. Schroeder. Second row, Miss G. Shulsen, Mr, Jabusch, Mr, Nero, Mr, Larson, Mr. Hardenbrook, Mr. Swackhamer, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Burhans, Mr. Damon. Third row, Mrs. Newton, Mr. Wentzel, Mr. Cosgrave, Mr. Lippert, Mrs. Kenworthy, Mr. Healey, Mr. Herman, Mr. Orr. Fourth row: Mr. Davis, Mr. Schulz, Mr. Addison, Mrs, Reid, Mr. Manley, Mr. Reynolds, Mr. Leach. Fifth row, Mr. Berg, Mrs, Zinselmeir, Mr. Makholm. FAC U I-TY ABRAHAM: English ll, Dramatics. ADDISON: Study Hall, Driver Training. ALEXAN- DER: U. S. History. BERG: Mechanical Drawing, Shop Math, Study Hall. BUR- HANS: Biology. COSGRAVE: Agriculture l, General Shop, Farm Mechanics. CROZIER: Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry. DAMON: Boys' Physical Education, Lightweight Basketball, Director of Athletics. DAVIS: General Math, General Science, Forestry. DEARDORFF: Girls' Physical Education, Girls' Tennis. HARDEN- BROOK: English ll, English IV, Newswriting, Dean of Boys. HEALEY: Orienta- tion, Student Government, Public Speaking, English l. HERMAN: Driver Train- ing, Visual Aids, World History, Boys' Tennis. HYDEN: Girls' Physical Education. JABUSCH: General Shop, Wood-working, Mechanical Drawing. JACOBSON: Typ- ing l. KENWORTHY: Advanced Home Economics, Orientation. LARSON: Art, Crafts, Mechanical Drawing, Stage Craft. LEACH: Business English, Shorthand l, Salesmanship, Driver Training. LIPPERT: General Shop, Metal Shop, Vocational Auto Shop. LYON: Orientation. MARKHOLM: Advanced Typing, Shorthand ll, Transcription. MANLEY: Chemistry, Physics, General Science. NERO: Spanish. NEWTON: Bookkeeping. ORR: Driver Education, Boys' Physical Education, Heavy- weight Basketball. REID: French, Senior Problems, Dean of Girls. REYNOLDS: Algebra, General Math, Geometry. SCHROEDER: Commercial Math, Boys' Physi- cal Education, Football. SCHULZ: English l. G. SHULSEN: English Ill, Foundation English, Creative Writing, Megaphone. V. SHULSEN: Library Practice, Vocabu- lary, Directed Reading. SWACKHAMER: Music. SYVERTSON: Boys' Physical Edu- cation, Civics, Football. WENTZEL: Advanced Agriculture. ZINSELMEIR: Home Economics, Orientation. CAFETERIA STAFF Delbert Garcelon Edgar Petersen Ernie HGQVWGU JOVWBS KOblS BUS DRIVERS Left to right: Clifford Herman Wayne Leach Robert Hardenbrook Roland Wentzel Thomas Addison Walter Schulz Ray Spencer Lewis Burcher Charles Alexander Robert Worthey Ted Lippert Leslie Larson Larry Reynolds Pals Baby Judy? ForTuna's ACTIVITIES new fad Dont cry, Jackie dear The tricycIe set I It M ,If if V3 1 , I .X ,f She's not That good, Gary LoIeta's high society WhaT's new In the harem? I I we G a .wi TTT ! 11' A Z M 1 ' T 'IM T' g Il I T "" W0 A . W T f 7 f , T QQ ff? A T, SM STUDENT GOVERNMENT Harry lnnocenti President Mike Du rant Vice President Mariy Swall Secretary STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Carol Benoit Treasurer Richie Barsanti Yell Leader Patricia Robinson Song Leader ,Vs 1 STUDENT COUNC First row, left to right: Mr. Healey, Fisher, Petersen, Castle, Barlow Arthur, Boutwell, McKay, Lyons. Second row: Maire, Sanborn, Tuey Bramwell, Myring, Hulbert, Holt, Olson. Third row: Drummond, Durant, Patmore, August, Griffith, Robison, Tomasini, Senestraro. Fourth row: Hudson, Donnahoe, Witters, Brown, Robinson, Stevenson, Setterlund Currier. me :ai 5 - Hi ft?- ll.lvlElNl The Student Body officers and 'the councilmen work together to lead our Student Body in government and ac- tivities. They are our school leaders and they are therefore chosen as people who can set an example for others to follow. They have had a successful year under the leadership of their advisor and the co-operation of the Student Body as a whole. STUDENT BDDY Dl RECTDRS The Student Body Directors are assigned to various duties which they fulfill during the school year. They are also chosen on the merit of being fine leaders. They work with the Stu- dent Body officers in school government and in leading and taking part in school activities. JENNIE HOLT Director of Public information BOB WITTERS Director of School Spirit RUTH WISTING Director of Orientation MIKE SNELL Director of Boys Athletics MARY MOLLES Director of Girls' Athletics DIANA LARK Director of School Affairs QF i KAREN BACKLAND MR. HEALY Director of Standards Advisor slllw 4--g.++-NIH v.....4-A--fm W -v-umm, aswwswnifd 3 Q0 x fi 0 - MSS S AX X QS 7 n- If , L., N I CLASSES Furst row Linda Meng Treasurer Ruth Wasting, Secretaryf Raymond Grafflth Song Leader Mr Jabusch Adv1sor Back row: James Anderson Planlst Jlm Batten Sergeant at Arms Darrell Mortensen Yell Leader, Don Robinson Vlce PAULINE ARTHUR Always on the run. Rosekr ASHE This is the last o content. DON BABCOCK School, I guess, is a necessary evil. 'FT' KAREN BACKLUND Let us be merry, for tomorrow we graduate. JOHN BAR LOW John, please unplug the chem. sinks before you leave. RICHARD BARSANTI Well, the way I figured- Il 'K SHARON BERTSCH "Love is a many-splendored thing." FRANKLIN BILLS Bookkeeping Kid. DERRY BLANKENSHIP Another class to sleep through? MANUEL BERNARDO Where tl'Iere's hope there's a future. GORDON BERTSCH My mind's my kingdom. 75" ROBER BERG l'd rather be happy, JIM BATTEN Give him a basketball and he's happy. ARLINE BEAUDETTE Wake me up wehn the bell rings. CAROL BENOIT A future secretary to a future architect. -sq.: Xp- E? fi DEANNA BRAGA REY Nol.nsoN Love and marriage. HAROLD BRAMLETT Babyface. RUBEN BREWER Sure I'm glad! Yhy not? MARVIN CATE My song? The Cattle Call. JANICE CHRISTIANSEN An efficient housewife for some lucky man. Boa CLOSE Earnest in work, friendly to all ,M-'Ld , ,fra RoslE GOODNER She can sew more than just so- SO. CAROL GOSSETT As merry as the day is long. RAYMOND GRIFFITH Before you leave, sing us a song. HERB EPPERSON Got to drive the buses around. MERRY ANNE EPPING We quiet ones aren't the only ones who don't say much. ROSALIE EADES I can do it-if I want to. HELEN ECHOLS A quiet one-till you get to know her! BARBARA ENDICOTT Never a dull moment. JERRY ETHRIDGE Song of the Dreamer. Bos GLEN Let's have a drag! ALICE GLINES Anyone here speak double- Dutch? sw 7, ,k.. af., JANET WALDNER GAUTHIER Anybody need a help ing hand? if PAUL GRUNDMAN When I get good and ready. DE LIGHT HALL I like the wide open spaces. GAYLOR HALL I have my own ideas. .rg LYNN HARMON Fart-ning-it's steady employ- ment. RICK HARMON Tl'iere's nothing that a smile can't cure! ERLENE HART I know the answer-iust let me think. I. NANCY HAYES Well, maybe . CAROLYN HEDLEY Still waiting. TOM HARVI L L E Future forester. I. Q B SALLY HETZEL Pleasing to the eye. LOA HILL Halleluiahl CHARLES HINCHCLIFF Oh, for the love of life! LORETTA HOLBERG Private secretary for Tony Cur- tis. DIANE HORTON No noise is good noise. GENE HOUSTON Here for now but not forever. HARRY INNOCENTI GARY HUNSAKER I'm leaving. You'll have to get The Hi-Fi fiend. yourself a new president. JERRY IRELAND JOHN IRELAND l'leY, Over l'1eI'el ls it gonna rain or is it gonna sunshine? GARY JACOBSEN PAUUNE JACOBSON If I don't know I'll find out. Little Bit of Heaven. FAYE JAMES The quiet type C??!j. Bos JOHNSON Gone with the Air Force. JOHN JOHNSON Don't worry, he knows what's going on. fiZR W . il. ii - - ' V ,- "SPI:--.,. SIBYL JONES Our rolllckmg Fort Sewardlte KAY KARWACKI Thinking of you. KENNETH KINDRED As innocent as an oyster. ROBERT KOBLE ARLENE KOPEJTKO WHO Knows? Glad or sorry? WILLIAM JONES CNo pictureb-But not forgotten. MARVIN KRADER SHIRLEY KRICK Sorry, girlsg that's the way it Blue Velvet. goes. JEAN LAMPLEY DIANA LARK Let's have a field trip. ReallY? PATTI MAIQI Follow that girl. GEORGE MCCOMBS Our sportswriter. LIN DA ME NG Miss Hi-Spy,'55. PARK MERRILL Steam for 1968. JACK M1LLsAP Beware of The quie MARY MOLLES SI1e's a neafie. -i '- - -Zia'AZE5iRiFZlR5'.i55ni5i:1,iIv:ESQ?wassfiifff-1.5:il1lH-iffffifff:'m',?, DARRELL MORTENSON Which way to Forf Knox? BEN MURPHY Big Ben. GEORGE NELSON One of these days-pow! TOM NICKELS CNo Picturej But I like it here! JEAN MOORE Dark Eyes. LEROY MORRELL I'm sad? PETER MUNCHHEIMER Speak about angels and-I ap- GEORGE Nl LES Happy-go-lucky. MALCOLM NILES You know, you may OWEN NORRIS Oh, my aching ---- JOHN PANCOAST Quiet! l'm engaged in cerebra- tion! WILLIAM PATTISON Now, back in the old days. GERALD OLESON Patience is a necessary client of genius. DENNIS OMAN The Menace? JANICE OMAN I have plans! BOB REYNOLDS Proceed with caution JOANNE RIENKS Let's have a ball. DEANNE RIPPLE l'm on my way! NANCY PERRET Sweet and Low. EUGENE PI-IARES Speed IS my weakness. i KAY P Ric E Wl'Iere's Jerry? NORIENE RASOR Just for fun! Ziff? Y RALPH ROBISON MARJORIE RUSSELL You can't fool me. JOYCE SAN BORN The best things always come in small packages. DONNA RUGER SANBORN CNO PICTUFEJ Our mysterious blonde. WARREN SHIELDS Problem solver. BOB SMITH Got any new records? ROGER SMITH Parlezvous Francais? DON ROBINSON George Mikan--1957. KAY ROBINSON Naive and nice. PAT ROBINSON There must be some solution this problem. 4 I PAUL SCHEEL I'll run the proiector. THOMAS SCHU LTz Hot-Rod Races. BEVERLY SCOTT Her smile is her fortune. WILLIAM SHEPPARD CNO Pictu rej Souped-up Mercury. lil? MIKE SNELL l like it up here. EUGENIA STEVENSON Angel Face. ETIE L SUMMER lt won'I be summer forever. BETTIE STEWART CNo Picturel I'll work it out! JESSICA SWEASY All the Things You Are. NADINE THOMSEN lf you want it done well, her do it. GARY TI-IRAP Well, tl1at's the way if goes. ROY TAYLOR CNo Picturej What's one more obstacle, more or less? g'.l..,.I5- , ANNA SVENDSON Sweet and Lovely. IDA SWAIN Who, me? MARJ Y SWAI. I. Smiles. GAY TORONI Laugh and the world laughs with you. LARRY TUCKER Give me a ball and I'll do my best. ROBIN UHLY The other half of the mischie- VOUS fWOSOlT1e. JULIA WILSON Bright Eyes. RUTH WISTING It's party time again. NANCIE WITHROW When I hear what I say, I'll know what I think. BOBBY WITTERs A penny for your thoughts-is that the highest bid? ROBERT WORTHEY A good guy! BERNA VAN HARPEN Silence is golden. JACQUIE VETTER Sunny. JIM VIEGAS Fortuna's own playboy JOHN WELSH Let me try! LARRY WESTLAKE My pockets would iingl a ain JUDY WHEELER The happy wanderer. 'LWlVfM'AQ7?Tf'75f l il xii 11:f:::g1:.t L 2535 113. f--f1-11 1w-fs f' 1. f fi fi I I Z1x3B21i5"fl1liEIiff'1'551:g Q f'ff9ffiSIQl151 f11t3:1fi1ECI1i.iL2a.,11,5 W1 1 1 . 1 Q 9 1 i I i..1Z9a1411g If 1 1 1 7 1 111,12 11g1r11,fy111jg,L12d1sg Q41 1 1 1535 1111 1 1' ,,n- First row: Peggy Cokley, Yell Leader, Diane Lyons, Secretary, Cordane Matthews Treasurer. Back row: Jack Atwood, President, George Badura, Sergeant at Arms Bill Bartlett, Vice President, Mr. Alexander, Advisor. Uh Q-r' up s. G- 'N 7' 'G- S-'x T? sub W5-w-v -1mMsuv:.55x 1 in Larry Anderson Geraldine Arthur Don Ashburn Jack Atwood Loran August George Badura Gloria Baird Carolyn Barker Mary Lou Barnes Gordon Barrote Bill Bartlett Karen Batten Lucia Bernardo Melvin Berti Marie Bethea Marlene Betts Don Black Tommy Blake Billy Blankenship Robert Blankenship Robert Bones Johnny Bowers Gene Bowlds James Boyer? Jackie Caston Marguerite Chairez Mary Jane Christensen Kenneth Christiansen Donald Christy Joie Clemmons Peggy Cokley David Coleman Jimmy Collings Lorene Collins Betty Joyce Crile Eldred Crutchfield C 3 1 - - i Mike Hagood Verla Hammer Harla Hansen Janice Harveston Ef- ' flfiivfiiv i Z 1 5. lib' Karleen Jennings Harold Johanson Edwin Jones Josephine Kalista Barbara Karwaski Don Krader Ellen Kuykendall Shirley Lampley Kenneth Land William Lillund Sybil Lively Dale Lucas 'Sv S David Lance Dianne Lyons Richard Malfatti Gary Martin James Martin 'Qs x Rf .J '54 t YP-ur '27 Bob Huffman Ted Hulbert Phyllis lngraham Virginia Jenkins Mary Hinton Jennie Holt Lavonne Homyer Bonny Hoopes tl sf, Sf 3' Q-uvxx 454,- 111 I l511Y'7e,!'F 'Z x lf k wh , um 1 Es .1 my i ,ga .,... .1 . ' f- ig. ., ,. e Q , -. , f 11,-. . - J. 4 f W "A'. 2,1 6 .,'rr - Elaine Pullen Gary Read Jack Reynolds Darrell Richardson Carol Poston Eleanor Price Verna Price John Prifcheh Texas Seiber Leona Seidner John Senestrardo Don Senerlund Helen Shaffer Rick Silver Janef Smiih Lonnie Smith 'Ek as Mary Alice Smith Bill Solomon Ann Sorensen Bette Stapp Errol Steen Ann Stewart Torn Strong Roy Svendsen Eric Thomsen Allan Toole Mary Alice Toroni Patricia Townsend Al Truby Kev Upp Robert Van Zelf Jean Viggers .N xx 3 T if , 'eJ i .r.i James Swarts Bill Sweet Deanna Taylor Merle Ann Thayer Sandra Thomas E z R " Ti m Tho m a s Marilyn Tompkins 'i Lealand Thompson Raymond Voight Clara Voigt Jim Wallen Clinton Webb Vicki Wigginton Bob Will Carlccn Williamson Wcs Wilson Keith Wood Richard Worthey Ed Wright Evelyn Wright No pictures Siegfried Arndt Richard Coats Bill Coons Mitchael Davis James Kalista Mack Kemp William Landergcn Arlon Mann James Maxwell Darlene Mulvany Leland Rock Bill Stevens an 5- 5--' S. 'ii 11' Robert Cartwright Leon Younger ,gli 3 B.T.O.'S Larry, Owen, Don and Jerry Miss Hi-Jinx Why, Captain Beepers! ,W Merry Christmas! Food' Waiting? Terror of lOl Ii , , Bedllme Pencil tasie good? Cute ACTIVITIES John and Jerry Two's Company 'C' I 'S-I ' ' h 1- N - 151- . , -- ri., it 1' I I , l - ,, n ' I . , , .I A 9 T 1- ' I .I ., , A . What have we here? 3 - L -'- ,, 4 1 P if Our C. A. Q- I L I' at Inseparable --'h - It's killing me There goes A girl 7I4 - W Q "7fE?5'f5Z EIT. m...' 'Q ""'UHubi "5 ilu! Front row: Margie Tupper, Secretary, Cynthia Cottrell, Treasurer Jackie Neely, Yell Leader, Second row: Mr. Makholm. John Nicholls President Lane Thomsen, Sgt. at arms, Stan Smith, Vice President. Wesley Anderson Sybil Barnes Milo Bisconer yn z 'i t" X ,X , ' S? .af ,W , David Ansley Gary Bendel Dale Blake lk -'F L ., , V.,b I Et, VV,, ...A ,X 1 Q' rr., '3 aaa 1 2' K L Stanley Argent Arlen Benson Mike Blake : .MA ,t '4 1 le, . -Wh. K 'I f K X -Qf vnu? Y' awww 5 , .,,c 1 yy , ,,.,, 4 Arab? .., 1 4 X J '- - y Johnnie Chambers f ' Jim Christensen . L ,. .. Jim Chastm if 'J 1 t f Wendy Christensen ll S C X X , imf vf I M. Gail Clark , K an J . .,,,. A- , 1, t Richard Clark t C l L 8 ' i-f ff tiaffg Q, - M Henfv Clark K. J , j R b 1 c ff n 1 'tw' a O 6' 0 6' is .. J X n w ih . L l . 4 ,lk ' .. , , "M , J no C . . + f iz--. t J . f ' ' -" Q' - Q.. - ,sg W V sy iiililiiif W1 . it ' 'va M. "Q " - Helen Cook if ,,,- Cynthia Cottrell ff JM, I " Ofbfa Cook ' . in ' ' ifiiiiigili Gary Cowan I V. ' J -' P Fifi - ' J f 8 1, of me Q ,St mug Barton Crews Melvin Currier Gene Currier Patricia Curtis Monty Danner Dewey Davis Bill Davis Wayne Davis Jarl Denman l 1. O Leonard Dougherty Dennis Dougherty Pat Doyle Harley Duclo Dorian Durant Elizabeth Dunham Michael Early dp.. 1. .I L W il if is A K .5 J ' fl ,i I 'jx "Ve-"" 1 ,Qt 'Q' 1 ,-'Q f' wah 4 sb '5f', I t K M l ag! ...s Ls' X -fans. iq, , W D A wx, ww . ,... 'Huff E5 ce me ' x Kathie Helms George Hescock William Hixson Dale Hobgood Richie Holland Dale Hollenbeak Patricia Holt Wayne Horn Richard Houseworth Nadine Housion Dick Hudson Dorothy Hulbert Lester Hunt Duane James Willa Mae Jennings l im 'K' J jg sip, gi ' 'lem ig 2 X .," x .L i James Grundman Carol Gurnsey Delores Hardie Patricia Harlan Diane Genzoli Jimmie Glenn Nora Goodner Dorothy Gordon Wendell Gray Dave Griffth Cecil Hansen Marcia Hansen Virginia Grubbs ,.-32 ffl lik I 525' Don Hayes T Ruby Heflin by ill- ,Ah iv gi X . - 14 ,rw 'gill A ii s. .- M 5, W ,Y x S K ,X Kas!! - una fl 5 in-Y '-gliillrlfiiiiffiiii 5 7 A X K ag 5 w"'li di Q E IE , if ll 51? K R X 'K S X34 1 ,shew 2 - . ,Q l1L'x.,hu T' Jimmy Johnson Nadine Johnson Veltha Johnson Joanne Jones Melba Jordon sa Q4 C b si A .NX Phyllis Jorgensen Carolyn Julius Karla Kaski Helene Keown James Kernohan ,Q M K! 25, .1,.rr+f:fff 1-- ht' . ,A .,i.. , .,,. K ,, . .,,. . . ,,.s,A' - .sewn . 9 I f - Molly Kibler I Jack Kimzey x L 4 up-. Wayne King Wendell King -an 44" 2 . I 5' " tvvx Nancy Kirk " ' Betty Krader l - ss. s - I '2 h b 5 '..' Y. 60 , 'gf 9' '17 1. A L f -' ff' I' Q-fu f 'I . . G 5 . 0.0: gt l .L . DW l , . S Q A og, . . Irs. iw Vx! K X " ' 5. who hi.. - V r -. 'W' -. J 'L' rl HQ... V .W . - .- if n lf' . A l L ' a ., .KK X5 KN 'if' 'Nw' E' Roberta Krey Diane Langdon Gary Lawrence Joan Lee David Lewis Peggy Lipper? Larry Mack Leland Madsen Rosalie Maire Harvey Maior Linda Malone Mirella Marca Donald Martin Varner McClure Nh r .ia maj. Urqldg !I!!lIll L? al 5 " E7 L. 'ig' '- s . H-.M ,,..-.1 4 mfr , iv' F l. x L. 5 P 0 Bob McCormick Geraldine McGovern Robert McFarland Vicki McKay Carl Millsap iii zflivzii E, f W P is L 4 We .4 .., H 1.2 , A Carolyn Nelson Lucille Nelson Rena Noonan Bonnie Nylander Billy Oatney Leona Osborn George O'Brien :V lkir :Ain Judy McLeod Sharon McKay Virgil Moon Priscilla Morgan Jerry Murphy Michael Murray Jackie Neely Blain Nelson John Nicholls Weldon Nix Thomas Paine Nellann Pattison Bobbie Lee Parker Linda Parmore Henry Perrort Barbara Peterson Leroy Partridge Richard Pettit - .- y 4-R v.....f J -A 'tl' ,V ' V Robert Porter Bill Predmore Bob Remley Shirley Richardson Sharon Read Barton Reynolds John Roan Dick Roche Reba Robertson Juanita Romisch Shirley Sams Bob Sartain Eleanor Schleth William Connie Sims Leslie Shrull Joyce Simpson William Shreeve F J Q M. P. Richardson Franklin Schmidt Bill Schofield Beverly Scott Isabel Scott Jack Seneca! Margaret Shanahan Phyllis Shively John Siniem Ferris Smith I-M3105 R. YF It I l . J. 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" A 'tt 4' Mary Lou Thayer Ted Thomas Lane Thomsen Neal Thomsen Elsie Thomsen Ronald Thompkins James Thornbury Millicent Thornbury Ethel Tuggle , nw A -1,-v' JK, vw 4, A-V5 f tif 51 l 4., my , " .TN ik , " 4 Gary Welzbacker Floyd Wescott Don Westlake Carolyn Weygand Charles Whitmire A I" Margie Tupper 4 337 1 . -s s' fl 1 Wilbur Upton Marcella Verbich John Vetter Margaret Veysey Wayne Veysey , 4 A L' J Xx gl A Ed Williams Beverly Winsry l 1 Q Q S? 3 J J fill fb Bill Viggers Loretta Voight Mary Vorhies Diann Waalkens Georgette Weeks f, Sf- Ni v Joyce Witters Alan Wofford Q Delores Woodhurst Jim Yost Darlene Zavalney First row, left to right: Sharron Hall, Yell Leader, Sandra Barlow, Secre- tary Barbara Boutwell, Yell Leader, Carol Castle, Vice President, Second row Mr. Davis, Advisor, Bob Bowers, Treasurer, Larry Hagebusch, Presi- dent, David Stevenson, Sergeant at arms. Q. W -v , Y 'Q . Carlotta Anderson Judy Anderson Phil Anderson Karen Ansley lna Bell Arthur Frieda Bannister Sandra Barlow Bobby Bartley Raymond Barsanti Jim Beacom H 'M . if , i ki, fl I 1 l"TQQf ,,, 'Y 'Q-4 my ,..., c. 1 rx k f.A hah-S f c K Q . ,,. . 'iv , V.. 'R ,,.,,, , , , t I John Adams Hazel Aho Elsie Aldrich Joyce Allen Bonnie Alton A t A--., w. H '11 ,V L,Vf - . Nu-.wr , M, . ' 'Q Na ' 5 ,J xy v c Q, , f ,c W A as Wx f i sw- L l Nelda Ashcraft Vance Astor Pauline Aubrey Richard August Carole Ballard , 1 ---fs yr W , .wh Charles Bender Patricia Benoit Evelyn Benson Dorothy Betts Marlene Bianchi 5- 9,4 Charles Bowman Bramwell Sue David Brazil Irene Brazil Julia Brekke Robert Bushnell Leila Byers Judy Callison Karen Campbell Mirto Capeder I 5 J mr. 4 A 7. wklll kx V Tony Chairez Georgia Chambers Judy Clark Harold Coffer Shirlene Cole ,aw- what wa H2192-" 5' . v of ,M ILE , N ' lv Na J iii-4 will TA 3'5- W ' sv lf Dean Blake Barbara Boutwell Bob Bowers Glenna Bowers Julia Bowlds Rozella Brewer Rozelea Brewer Phyllis Buck Leon Buffum Pat Bullard l .lk Harold Carrick Bruce Carter Lance Cartwright Carol Castle Barbara Caston an I ,, ty? X 1, Heil? ii , ., -La 4 Betty Coley Joyce Combs Kirby Corley John Crile Ray Cronquist Linda Culbertson Richard Culbertson Karen Cussins Rachel Daniel Dennis Daniels Robert Darling Gary Davis Richard Davis Hilda Dawson Jerry Dawson Joan DeGroat Nora Devereux Stanley Dewey Clifton Dodson Warren Donoho K, K my , . , , J ,,:: w,.,.k, u' :MQ I :MEAN 4 we 3 f S R Kill xp Charles Drummond Douglas Duncan Mary Dunlap Kenny Ebersole Betty Edwards Pat Eisan Sandra Endicott Darlene Engelman David Erickson Dawn Fielden Cathy Finney Audrey Forguson Laura Freeman Harold Gatlin Cathy Gauthier Dean Gilbert Edna Gillispie Gene Goodman Jeanne Goodspeed Lasca Gray ., . km i L., W fin I " ' .miigi R. ,f Lf ,. s is an Q . -P EQ' n-mm, 5' , 3 :,1 e W ' Jerry Lyons Allen McCla1chey Ann McCord Carole McCullogh John Magee -. i f an iq' ".,. , , - .,k. jk ie? - v a, , E -Q? 'ann-!'!: 'lov' ' George Koontz -Q .,, M Z 1 Sharon Krick Lx ' 4 "- -1- ' 3 'W' Linda Karwacki 2, K .J - ll fi? .fu r ' Theodora Kaspar J Y Sandra Kern 3 oy. ,I ' A -4 'eg l,,,,,,- . , wr Lorena Krurnpos Betty Kuykendall Stephen Kuykendall Q.. l ' J, James Lane its I Q-fl? B wif' K I L, u 3 ' A l l ' ew.. , I 5 , Q Nfl, .2 , X. ga: W' an-we.. , Q.. Q Rudolph McKee 4 K L John Mack 'IK 42' Kathleen Mackley ,v -aw Af Melvin Madsen , "fl," H Janis Malcomb Carolyn Martin John Martin Joann Manz Ted Mathews Arthur Mastel Joe Matthews Gloria Matyshock Daniel Mansfield Beverly Matteuccie lunkbh . yn few- , Nettie Lawson Marilyn Lee Deanna Lewis Donna Lewis Delmar Lorenzetti Linda Lufkin , Muir fix r if .,,,L Q LLL 1 , li wy, 6 -G M fe i W L its HR , ll L W' -. . 3 John Miller .5-'Fi' Q QL ,X Q b v " A XM 3' 0516 it -of ,I .'1 Georgia Phares Sharon Pierce Dennis Price Everett Pritchett Qs ...Q -SL N. Billy Myers Penny Neville Peggy Niles Byron Olds John Pederson Joan Peterson J -w ,Q J, ,xt t fn - 'girl-5 'fly rx' I4 D I --,D i 0- '-k Jean Robinson Patricia Miranda Wayne Moon George Myers Jackie Myers Judith Myring Richard Neuhaus sb L X , 1 rr - ' , s'. J tl r 'PH' ., . ci trrr A , l v -ra I 5 E? w Frances Riggs Mary Roberts Peter Russell Don Santarini Mary Scheel Janice Scheffel Roy Moore Thea Motter James Munz 2 gl ii 'tail Qin Q? , ' ' 2 4210 P - P 1141 W, if ,Q gli ' ' 'li 'ef f- f Q s A 5 :QQ iv K l Aft g 53 A 'W v Ax "" I as 1 4 w Y 5 W' iv 0 Av A ff - 1:9 we ' t, x m - . in 'U 9 'Nu' K., Betty Richardson I Q ,, i :S 5, .5 D I ,. ff Wayne Pullen Larry Quigley Vicki Reese John Rice Jeannine Richardson Kenneth Rigby Juliann. Roland Andrea Rovai Q . Al , lf, A- ' xx' 7 ' gf' im 9 Bessie Roan if Judy Plett ,- ,. 1 9 ' fibre- .: , 1 'l K2 r,,. Q Q' .af rl ,wa 41. Q, if 51 f as Da' Z f ' '22 f l it ,J4 We f iw, K js, 3 J ' fm Wil yf A as only :,, w e may .. - 0 47 6 4 sw fb , L a 414 V N-1 Q 4' , wi, iw Q 'f w if 1 li sl David Slevenson Linda Stevenson Gerald Still Lorraine Stracliola Hank Strong Wayne Swanson Linda Tanferani Lawrence Taylor Le Roy Taylor Leslie Thomas Marilyn Thompson Norma Thompson Richard Tomasini James Toole Clara Tuey Judy Upp Ricky Venti Richard Visser Thomas Voight Joan Waldner S - lap, f s Q L 1 l g.. .L ,psf A A K ML K, l f , 1' W L 4 il 1 1 sf '- Rx 9 K 57 5 X v li 1' is iw jul Y S 1 X . l f Iliff 1 . M Q l gl ,,-,1 Ella SWL' U Lo ia SCON panic Phillip Sew: 5hlrleY Sw' Tom shevhyd leerl Spangler SXSPHEU5 b 5hleld5 ' games Shields W gl Martha ghlelds L loam' Smnh Paul Snell ww le Nan SCU ' J 3 T Richard Sousa s T L ic wh f QW WP in ,, D al e A A, f V, T 4 my 1- I -, V ,Q ,., . ., ,. Nga " V -:mf ,.?.,. ifg ., My 1 , xf' ,: i?f ' , " M f ""L:'! ,- -'-' : lu: N5 119-' 1 25 . Il ' . , Y' f ,L , -5 . iq. I li . W' . 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We First row, left to right: DeVere, Daetwiler, Cherry, King, Guiley, Fleischer. Second row: Hayes, Nickels, V. Palmer, Bartley, M. Palmer, Whitted, Jancich. Third row: Bush, J. Hill, Schirman, Wiebe. Fourth row: D. Hill, R. McManama, Ashcraft, Lawrence, D. Mulvany, Bucher. Fifth row: L. McManama, L. Mulvany, Sager, Plowman, Markussen. Sixth row: Jones, Shaw, Brewer. Dramatics Class- Sculptor at work. First row, left to right: Chairez, Grundman, Carter. Second row: Jones, McKee, Bar- santi, Hescock. Third row: Shields, Steen, Mr. Addison, Advisor, Barlow, Huffman. Fourth row: Millsap, Snyder, Curtis, Currier, Adams, Capeder. The Chess Club is a new club organized by Mr. Addison. CLUB :PX 13' o . if sa riginal 1: ' "" 'ff ,..-, A -.-Y-......,.-L o-,--v-r ,,.-nav'-r-v-,--.-F 7""""" Ak, 1 pg..-...-.. ..... .. F-.,,..,...- v... 1... .....- ...-..--- -.......f L .J '11 lf' W ORGAN IZATIONS 11.-unc-vu 9--1 - .- MEGAPI-IONE STAFF The Megaphone Staff of 1956 submits this yearbook with the hope that now and in the future it will bring back to you the friendships and ioys of this year at Fortuna High. DEL MAR CURTIS MARGIE RUSSELL K A Associate Editor Senior Editor ALICE GLINES Editor EUGENIA STEVENSON JIM VIEGAS NANCY HAYES BARBARA PAULSON PHYLLIS INGRAHAM Senior Editor Senior Editor Senior Editor Junior Editor Junior Editor .. 4' :Yi . I. Gu.- T " 1 I SARAH OLSON LORAN AUGUST JIM WALLEN COLLEEN DONOHO KAY KARWACKI Girls' Sports Boys' Sports Boys' Sports Organizations Organizations I BILL LILLUND HARLO HANSEN GENE BOWLDS Photography Assistant Art Editor Editor Photographer MR. LARSON Art Advisor MISS G. SHULSEN Staff Advisor MR. STENBACK Financial Advisor lnri ARTISTS AT WORK MEGAPI-IONE PHOTOGRAPHERS BILL LILLUND MR, MANLEY MR. WALPOLE HARLO HANSEN MEGAPI-IONE ARTISTS SUI EPPING CENT BOWLDS MERRY ANNE EPPING K Q K I INK SPOT NADINE THOMPSON Editor First row, left to right: Scott, Bethea, Pollard, Merrill. Second row: Epping, Ferguson, Lippert. Third row: Kaski, Miss V. Shulsen. Fourth row: Gline, Goble. The lnk Spot staff have worked diligently this past year collecting the best literature from the school to combine into their outstanding Ink Spot for T955-56. The cover was designed by Sue Epping and was a fascinating black and white modern design. They have done a truly outstanding iob this year. Z "C X K X- --4, -- ' ., 9 "" , x x ff S fcify -- 'jk ff X u ,. L . . K7 it fi fl ., . .I ii il '.l it xl Q7 i Hin ' i ' i 12 11. , llllllh. OHS INCORPORATED T95 1 A-af" First row, left to right: Cartwright, Arthur, Miss Abraham, Hinton. Second row: Olson, Snyder, Thompson. Third row: Yoder, Price, Epping, Batten, Robinson. Fourth row: Christiansen, Kindred, Curtis. OFFlCERSABottom row, left to right: Epping, Treasurer. Second row: Olsen, Historian, Robinson, Sergeant-at-Arms: Top row: Snyder, Secretary, Bowlds, President, Batten, Vice President. Below: Scene from "In the Suds." 1 ,H 4 p Y 'I -Z Y 1 r, wwsw President PATTI MAKI The Girls' League, under the com- petent direction of their advisor Mrs. Reid, their president, Patti M k. . . a I, and a capable cabinet, is a very active organization. Among their activities each year are Big and Little Sister Party, High Jinx Csponsored by both leaguesl, Spring Dance, Sadie Hawkins Dance and Talent Show. Each year they give campships to the Humboldt County Campfire Girls and they prepare Thanksgiv- ing boxes tor the TB Ward at the County Hospital. This year the North Western Federation of G i r l s' Leagues, of which Fortuna is a mem- ber, is sponsoring a three county project to support a program for handicapped children in Humboldt, Del Norte and Mendocino Counties. GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET First row left to right Ol S , 1 son, ongleader, Wilson, Sec retary: Svendsen, Sergeant-at-arms, Robinson, Scrap book Chairman. Second row, Thomsen, Decoration Chairman, Harves- ton, Publicity Chairman, Giacopazzi, Restroom Chair- man, Sanborn, Treasurer, Swall, Student Council Rep- resentative. Third row: Christiansen, Clean up Chairman, Lively, Welcome Chairman, Holt, Health and Sunshine Chair- man, Arthur, Vice President. i-li! Dean of Girls MRS. RElD Dean of Boys MR HARDENBROOK BOYS' President LARRY WESTLAKE LEAGUE CABINET First row, left to right: Witters, Decoration Chairman Barlow, Sergeant-at-arms, Bowlds, Publicity Chairman Second row: lreland, Treasurer, Tucker, Vice President, Cate, Secretary, Brown, Chairman of Welcome Com mittee. The Boys' League has grown steadily stronger in the past few years. It is one of the few Boys' Leagues in Northern California which has grown in strength. This has been due primarily to an in- creased interest and desire on the part of the boys to do something for the school while having an or- ganization where all boys can get together in friendship and coopera- tion. This year, under the able leader- ship of President Larry Westlake, with the guidance of their adviser, Mr. Hardenbrook and a smooth- functioning league cabinet, a varie- ty of things have been done by the Boys' League. Besides their indivi- dual proiects and functions, the Fortuna Union High School Boys' League has, in cooperation with the Girls' League, also sponsored sev- eral school affairs and community projects. Laila First row, left to right: Sally Hetzel, Geraldine Arthur, Shirley Lampley, Cecile Hansen, Corinne Alrich. Second row: Mrs. Kenworfhy, Josephine Kalista, Corkey Price, Willa Mae Jennings, Mrs. Zinselmeir. ir-F i... M KE i i ' "fix 15, it N 'f' ,2:g,,4,..k., - Xxx I "WT"W:i Q l r l Mr. Wentzel, Tom Strong, Sentinel, Gary Jacobsen, Reporter, Mike Snell, Vice President Ralph Robison, President, John Pancoast, Secretary, Kenneth Kindred, Treasurer, Mr. Cos grave. First row, left to right: Jacobsen, M. Snell, Robison, Pancoast, Kindred, Strong. Second row: Thompson, Sand, M. Niles, Clemmons, McCoughan, Dalton Miller, Griffith. Third row: L. Harmon, Hagood, R. Harmon, G. Niles, Blankenship, Swarts, L. Anderson, M. Anderson, Partridge, Shelton. Fourth row: Mr. Wentzel, O'Brien, Bramlett, Cowan, Morrell, Martin, Roberts, Harvey. Fifth row. Wescott, R. Cartwright, Oatney, P. Snell, L. Cartwright, Nix, Eisan, Fulton, D. Stephens, Bartley. Sixth row: Hudson, C. Stephens, M. Cate, Brewer, Moench, Rice, Quigley, Froehlich, Crews, Mack, McClatchey, Borges. Seventh row: Sousa, Lewis, Hammers, Snyder, Bruner, Badura, S. Cate, Chambers, Mr, Cosgrave, I 1? FORESTRY CLUB First row: Thompson, Ashe, Krader, Whitmire, Scott, Harville. Second row: Pattison, Martin, Burgess, Donna hoe, Hill, Moore. Third row: Argent, Voight, Bradtield Scheel, Bernardo, Coats. Fourth row: Shields, Jones Mr. Davis. Front row: Moore, King, Scott, Donnahoe, Ashe, Moody, Harville, Krader, Voight. Back row: Hill, Roan, Bernardo, Pattison, Svendsen, Jones, Argent, Shields, Thomp- son, Mr. Davis. The Forestry Club made a fine showing this year. They sponsored a fir cone con- test at the beginning of the year in order to get seeds tor reforestation. For the re- mainder ofthe year they have been planting seedlings in various burnt-over areas in the county. Activity photographs courtesy of Fred Landenb R.R.C.C. erger T book covers decorated in blue and white with a picture of a husky head on the front NADINE THOMSEN SCRIBES President SARAH OLSON he Scribes Club this year sold A S.-1 First row: Evans, S. Olson, President, Pollard, P. Lippert, Secretary, Thomsen, B. Barnes. Second row: Freeman, M. Epping, Miss V. Shulsen, Munchhiemer, M. Veysey. Third row: B Scott P Curtis, Kaski, Treasurer, Ferguson. Fourth row: S. Epping, A. Glines, Vice President, Nlorris, D. Curtis, M. Bethea. LOS AFORTUNADOS I W' b McLeod J Calvert, Secretary, First row: Aho, G. Bowers, Webb, Scheffel, Nee y, ins y, , . d 'x Malone Marca Second row: Denner, I. Scott, Devereux, N 'll McKay, P. Gundlach, S. Hen ri , , . Plett, Miles, G. Thomsen, Tanferani, Alton, Cottrell, Witters, McGovern, C. Fielden, ai , D. W stlake, Gullicksen. Third row: Mr. Nero, Bianchi, Simpson, Julius, Lee, Weygand, ' d' D. Calvert, Griffith, Vice e Kaski, Lippert, Hulbert, Krey, Garcelon, Chairez, T. Hen rix, ' M. R ssell, M Epping N. Thomsen, President, Stapp, President. Fourth row: Kernohan, u . , B. Scott, Thayer, Brashear, Casacca, K. Gundlach, Shreeve. Fifth row. Batten, S. Epping, ' Genzoli Maire, Patmore, Fisher, Tucker, Harris, Pollard, Thomas, Detrich, L. Thomsen, , ' Ser eant-at-Arms. Sixth row: Barnes, Millsap, Tuggle, Bowen, Barlow, Munchheimer, g Garcia, Pattison, S. Read, Hunsaker, P. Grundman. Seventh row: Martin, Coleman, J. Fl er G. Bertsch, Badura, -Freeman Bowers, Nicholls, Nelson, Atwood, Senestraro, ann y, - ' D ' J. Grundman, Holland, Lance, Daggett, Early, Hulbert Wood. Eighth row. Wilson, avis, Treasurer. President 1 BIOLOGY First row, left to right: Jean Lampley, Peter Munchheimer. Seco nd row: Vicki McKay, Janice Bryant, Beverly Scott, Owen Norris. Third row: Mr. Burhans, Leroy Eck- ardt, Alice Glines, Marie Bethea, Cynthia Cottrell, Nancy Hayes, Raymond Voight. Fourth row: Gary Hunsaker, Jerry Ethridge, Roger Berg, Texas Seiber. iirst row, left to right: Peggy Lippert, Dorian Durant, Tony Chairez, Marguerite Chairez, Aable Freeman. Second row: Mr. Manley, Mike Brittain, Carl Millsap, .lack Millsap, iobert Cotter. Third row: Raymond Voight, Texas Seiber, Frank Buhrman, Peter Munch- neimer, Malcolm Niles. -Mag CLUB R A D I O CLUB BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU First row, left to right: Bills, Holberg, Horton, Uhly Rasor, Endicott. Second row: P. Robinson, Benoit, Molles, Echols, Donoho, Dennis. Third row: Stevenson Epping, Cook, Kopeitko, Boyett. Fourth row: Summer Hart, Gauthier. First row, left to right: Jones, Perrett, Dix, Hall, Lamp ley, J. Sanborn. Second row: Wisting, Sweasey, Toroni Swall, Brown, Wilson. Third row: Price, Arthur, K Robinson, D. Sanborn, Bertsch. Fourth row. Duclo Vetter, Currier, Stewart, Koble, Glenn. Fifth row: Mr Leach. JUNIOR RED CROSS CABINET The Junior Red Cross Cabinet had many projects this year, one of which was collecting toys to send to under- privileged children in foreign countries. The advisors assisted in this endeavor. Better Business Bureau proiect First row, left to right: Lippert, Cartwright, Freeman, Durant Second row: Hansen, Welsh, Mr. Manley. TRL ETTES The Tri-ettes started the year by changing their uniforms to the school colors. They en- joyed an evening Christ- mas party. Other activi- ties included an after game dance, a spring dance and a student body assembly. All in all the Tri-ettes have en- ioyed working together and with their advisor, Miss Hyden. First row: Sorensen, Hayes, Molles, Lark, Barnes. Second row: Benoit, Stevenson, Thomsen Backlund. Third row: Taylor, Brown, Olson, P. Robinson, Cokley. Fourth row: K. Robinson Wilson, Holt, Maki, Miss Hyden. Fifth row: Svendsen, Paulson, Glines, Swall, Tompkins. First row: Detrick, R. Robison, Norris, Niles, Grundman, Barlow, Senestraro, Barsanti. Second row: Bertsch, Olesen, Witters, Eckardt, Tucker, Carneggie, Calvert, Hinchcliff Epperson. Third row: L. Thomsen, E. Thomsen, Anderson, Holland, Chambers, Lewisl Fourth row: Mr. Wentzel, Strong, Roberts, Casacca, Badura, Ireland, Pancoast, Stephens. Fifth row: Berg, B. Robison, Naill, lnnocenti, Robinson, Lance, Jacobson. EXCAUBUR The Excalibur Club has finished its twenty-ninth year at this school, spon- sored by the Fotuna Ro- tary Club. Their most im- portant activity was to start the clean campus campaign. Other activi- ties included a monetary Christmas gift to a needy family and having the Fortuna Rotary Club as guests at a luncheon meeting. 5iHisi3Edtll' iiFliW LETTERMEN Atwood 1 Batten August Q wg j 'E ni" ,Q I Berti Badura E tv 0 l Mini' Black Bartlett W 4 'A Boyles Bucher ' ,. I Collver Casacca 54' 'mi Eckhardt Clemmons 'T I , IV Harville Coleman 'Wi Hixson wr' 'Y' in ,S 'wr' , ,ka Innocenti K ' I V Johansen fl V! Kindred Mack Ig . E, ' 'll 42,1 fe , I Qt: Mortensen CI! fl V ' smanld N -H , " ' eyno S Rclfnson 'Q' I l 1 Barsanll Mr Reynolds I B. Robison M SghRo'Zl50n Advlsor I - J in Q mi t L It Senestraro . I.-4 V4 Y Wil .V Lg? Setterlund T Silver 5"'l'l' Throughout the year the Lettermen have Snell sold programs at all the home games. They also sold tickets and ushered at the gram- mar school basketball tournament held in our gymnasium. Their most important proi- I 0 ect of the year was the contribution of a ,, I V vibra-bath to the Athletic Department. A .., '1 ,,,, ,J vibra-bath contains a itated water which Stephens kg' - - . . . g . . Tucker 6 combines heat with the stimulating effect Women 'Q A of a gentle massage. The athletes will use it for muscular disorders and conditions in- Wfnllke volving pain, soreness and fatigue which :VV"::1" are of daily occurrence in the field of sports. o ey ., l , FALL SEMESTER OFFICERS LARRY WESTLAKE ..V,......,.............,.,.....Y.,,.....,,, DON ROBINSON ,..A.. ...,,. V ice BILL BARTLETT U .,.Y H RALPH ROBISON ...,, ....V,Y........ President President Secretary Treasurer GARTH CASACCA ,...,, ..... 5 ElQ95flf'3f'AfmS SPRING SEMESTER OFFICERS LARRY TUCKER ..................,..........,,..,.......,....,..,.. President JOHN SENESTRARO ....,.. ,,.. V ice President DAVID LANCE ....,.,,,,,Y. ,,.......,, S ecretary HARRY INNOCENTI ,.... ,...,.,........ T reasurer RICHIE BARSANTI ,,,,,, ...,. S ergeant-at-Arms OFFlCERS:'Front row: P. Brown, President, K Backlund, Vice President, J. Witters, Treasurer. Second row: Miss Deardortf, Advisor, R. Wisting, Secretary, A. Svendsen, Sgt. at Arms. President PEGGY BROWN This year the Girls' Athletic Association held the larg- est Play Day ever held in Humboldt and Del Norte counties. More than one hundred girls were present, representing seven different schools from this vicinity. Other activities were the annual basketball spread, the G.A.A. vs. Lightweights basketball game, a volley- ball tournament, G.A.A. picnic, after-game dances and concessions at games. With the work of the capable cabinet, this year's Girls' Athletic Association is a credit to our school. , f ef It l?'55f" If ,yi . Alf' 1-Nb f , 1 f '-e 15' 'Q .V CLASS REPRESENTATIVE: First row: J. Neely, V. Reesey S. Hetzel, N. O'Neil. Second row: M. Tupper, P. Cokley, D. Genzoli, E. Thomsen. Third row: C. Matthews, B. Nylanderg C. Snyder, C. Elam. , n First row. Zavalney, M. Freeman, Hansen, Cartwright, R. Smith, Treasurer, D, Black, President, D. Curtis, Vice President Myring. Second row: B, Scott, Ferguson, Durant, Nelson, Brown, Langdon, McKee, Witters. Third row: Tupper, Haapala, Sweet, Johnson, Bowlds, Mrs. Reid. Fourth row. Waldner, Adams, Worthey, Veysey, Millsap. Fifth row: Pettit, Brittain, Siniem, Lance, Steen. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS X l i l x T Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms, S. , B. Paulson, Secretary, Lyons, Bryant, Murray, Corley, M. Karwaski, Pullen, Lawrence, P. Benoit, McColley, Eclcardt, Gillette, B. Brown, Nielsen, PRDFESSDRS DF TDMDRRDW lrllh I 1 II ' H J If fi 'l JJ C-il or L fb First row: B. Scott, Olson, Free- man, Huber, Durant, Glines, Vice President. Second row: Barnes, Secretary, McLeod, Stapp, N. Thomsen, President, Wallen. Third row: Yoder, Mr. Alexander, Ad- visor, Thrap, Barlow. fr WN .nfl 3 wk L.-MGB' mm -'N' 4 Wim - .L 1 , X ,, .ff i - . 'qi 1 1 if at Y 1 5 5 xi ?i , at f r x an J Ki'J,Q 6 FF Q x if ' l K .Y I A 1' ,M np-an w ' ..f 5 , w - f X 4 V T 5? 1 H A ,. .F T Y , .fl -3. K 3lf8. Us W . ffgaxs " sf zgtig las! V1 ' it gg. : ' ' 'S "1 0 m if 'il rug ft-8,5 Agni' ,rx - :ta :lin . ,tag . -p 'A' 9. ,1 aw. f Vx! -4 "JK - -.-r -,, ,I , ., ' 93.1, A It , 'Jen 2 x I 1 I I Y:,,,,i5, ' if Hx- F' hiv f ,wig g I i Y Ji JM' if 11 A 4 1 as 51: 21 gf ,. if - W 1 . fke v xl WN ,f K- A MR HARDENBROOK Advisor 'Q " ff iff' ' H x f x v N X ia, I : 'sl 0- 4 flf ,y,?'7 A jf Once again the Hi-Spy staff has done a superb job on our newspaper. This year they out- did themselves and gave us a big new size with new col- umn headings. Under the able direction of Mr. Harclenbrook, their advisor, and Linda Meng, Editor, the Hi-Spy really kept us informed on school events. First row left to right Nicholson Meng Wlstlng Aldrich Second row: Williamson, Lively Baird Giacopazzi Smith Holt Harveston Price Eades Hill Third row: Mr. Hardenbrook, Van Harpen Sweasey Rasor Moore Hart J Lampley S Lampley, Boegoer, Endicott. 3 .J i C. B. N LJ R First row, left to right1 McKay, L. Scott, Fisher, Svendsen, A. Byers, Bowen, S Phares, Malone, Engelman. Second row: Gray, J, Forguson, Jorgensen, Fielden, C. Hansen, M. Hansen, Hetzel, Karwaski. Third row: Thayer, Byker, Kaski, Freeman, Elam, Mortensen, S. Lampley, Langdon, Read, L. Byers, Johnson. E Fourth row: Bannister, Anderson, Lewis, Garcelon, Lippert, Hobgood, Krey, Hulbert, V. Boyett, J. Lampley, J, Boyett, Mrs. Rysdorp. Fifth row: Cottrell, Nelson, Witters, Patrnore, P. Scott, Tuggle, Cartwright, Morgan, Mosher, A. Forguson, Schleth. S First row, left to right: Moench, Curtis, Smith, J. Martin, Currier, Hulbert. Second row: Mr. Hardenbrook, Crews, Thompson, August, Nicholls, Bowers, X QLUQ Finney. Third row: Davis, Grundman, Gatten, G. Martin, Schofield, Maxwell, Mann. il i I ff, 21- st a 1- X f - C ff' x CX X 1"'f,1f 'll SQ ', , sf 4 O O I G F1 v A Y 3 ? . 5 5' r Y' ' lv ' w vfff 1 w if - ' ' 1.5 h 3 ,Q x, . Q I ia, g if '-uf - L f . , wg x Q l I F4 '53, Q' My Y X tad nu K - M A--,gn F ll:-. ,, vu- 43.,,,w ii f ' sr 293 R939-1' My ' f .M , ,mp KN L INTERMEDIATE BAND First row, left to right: Osborn, Watson, McLeod, Pollard, Phares, Spesert, Taylor, Plett, Betts. Second row: Ferguson, Arthur, Lufkin, Rozelea Brewer, Bushnell, Strong, H. Clark, Fitch, Ro zella Brewer, Beacom, Tompkins, Freeman, Anderson, Calvert, Harvey, McCormick. Third row: Mr. Swackhamer, Reynolds Snyder Read, Patricia Aubrey, Shields, Barsanti, Myring, Garcia J. Clark, A. Byers. First row, left to right: Boyles, Matyshock, Pauline Aubrey, 6' Barnes, L. Byers, Fielden, Hill, Thomsen. Second row: Bartley, Thompson, Horton, Mr. Svvackharner, Roberts, Toroni, Segura, Cowan. BEGINNING ORCHESTRA ln 1 X. w S, qx I f- 0 0 T 'R f -N v T' ga I :ling A s ut"' ., is 4 g Q I-'ill . ' at 4 I , ' , e Bond Drum Maior: Niles. Maiorettes: Arthur, Malone, Ballard, Jenkins, Waldner, Alton. Flutes: Harlan, Jenkins. Oboe: P: Niles. Bassoon: M. Niles. Clarinets: Curtis, Krader, Christensen, Norris, Brashear, Tompkins, Nelson, Gundlach, Doyle, Adams, Morrell, Neville, Tanferani, Alton. Saxophone: Patmore, Nylander, Taylor, Maire, Warden, Genzoli, Sorensen, Calvert, Sartain, Thayer, Shanahan, Ted Thomas, Siniem, Thomson, Campbell, Holberg, Gray, Pullen, Thomsen, Holt. Horns: Ferguson, Byker, Hall, Devereux. Trombones: Bertsch, Williams, Detrick, Early, Pettit. Baritone: Bender. Basses: Reynolds, Thompson, Carter, Percussionists: Bills, Tim Thomas, Steen, Hunt, Hudson, Shields. ill 0 'alta 'fee 5 GIRLS' GLEE First row left to right Betts Hunter, Warden. Second row: Woodhurst, Seidner, Eades, Price Scott Thornbury Matteucci Aubrey, Clark, Gordon, Barlow, Pierce, Upp, Hendrix. Third row Hulbert Dunham J Horton, S. Endicott, Watson, Ashcraft, D. Horton, Nichol- son Webb Ansley Malone C Aldrich, Castle, Cussins. Fourth row Dawson, Lee, Crile. Mosher Hetzel Romlsch Ericcsen, Simpson, Gossett, Krick, Stapp, Anderson, Gray, Engelman B Endicott J Boyett Neville, Bowlds, E. Aldrich, Allen, Snyder, V. Boyett, Hansen Williamson Swain Sesna James, Bannister. Director Mr. Swackhamer. Pianist: Norris First row, left to right: Gurnsey, McColIey, Draper, Johnson, J. Anderson, Westlake Griffith, Detrick, Smith, Morgan, Molles, Keown, Mr. Swackhamer. Second row: Donoho Bethea, B. Anderson, Nelson, Collver, Coats, Bowlds, Shreeve, Livily, Price, Baird l. Scott, Thayer. Fourth row: Wilson, Maki, Withrow, Swall, Babcock, Lucas, Buhrman Oman, Daggett, B. Scott, Stapp, Goodner, Terkelsen. A CAPPELLA if f 1 -MN -4, sig S, I , Q! ,l Af za 4 1? 3 2 5 4 ww J, 5 .. V ' , 'ff - ef M Q , b K J nf W Q 4A Q , , Qing jf, flfgzfier K2 3 , S K X!! I E .i MWF' gr, 3 ,W if if X X Dx, was-i' QW K Vf , W Sa ,fl S Sf E X f Q ' , . g . i 3 :iii A W - ff' 2 gy it ,Wag 5 Q t if LL? 0 QE, wx - 'llfxfi , Hifi., Y , . ,As v ,ff A ' Af W gf? " fi s3?1ff .f-Ls " M f W ' 1.2 is 241 +. L K i f I .5 X 1 Q A t y "fa ' 11, " A MQ Q' 911- 5 Y V R ,1 H X ,mc ,1- N ,', A X a QUR PEPSTERS is Jeanie Giacopazzi, Rich Barsanti, Pegg Q- V- SONG LEADERS Sharon Bertsch, Pat Robinson, Sara OI YELI. LEADERS I o -Qg Y First row: L. Patmore, M. Smith, D Hulbert, R. Smith, J. Calvert, L. Eckardt, B. Ferguson, K. Smith, C. Cottrell, L. Fielden, M. Langdon, G. Thomsen, B. Witters, Director of School Spirit. Second row: R. Maire, B. Krey, B. Glenn, C. Castle, J. Anderson, D. Westlake, S. McKee, V. McKay, G. McGovern, B. Petersen, K. Fisher, D. Hobgood. Third row: D. Genzoli, J. Blyker, J. Bryant, M. Barnes, R. Wisting, N. O'Neil, A. Svendsen, L. Meng, B. Paulson, L. Ericcsen. Fourth row: J. Harveston, J. Witters, J. Sanborn, K. Campbell, K. Spangler, S. Nicholson. Fifth row: J. Bryant, K. Batten, G. Baird, J. Holt, D. Lark, E. Hart. RALLY COMMITTEE 4 . " . mm 9 AA 4 4... lf' DRUM MAJQR AND MAJORETTES First row: Carole Ballard, Geraldine Arthur, Virginia Jenkins. Second row: Bon- nie Alton, Malcolm Niles, Drum Maior, Joan Waldner. 1 5, C U, M ' fr I ' X 1 ,.,, w. 1 X ,i 2 I X , q X L 'L A I, 'W N 1- , f QQJ f I x f'Ff"f2 - X , S I ,F w X Q fvL W' fix' MQ A X' 4 7 x f fi' f f x SPCDRTS ,ff-1 '18 TENNIS TEAMS First row: Nick Jancich Barton Crews Second row: Mr. Herman Richie Barsanti Paul Grundman Keith Wood Larry Daggett Henry Perrott John Barlow 4 f '55-'56 First row: Joyce Sanborn Julia Wilson Second row: Nadine Thomsen Mary Lou Barnes Joyce Witters Patti Maki Mrs. Rysdorp Mary Molles Janice Bryant i INTRAMURAI. CAPTAI NS First row: Cecil Stephens Rick Silver Lonnie Smith Second row: Don Setterlund David Lance Gary Naill FORTUNA Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna l.lGl-lTWElGl-lT OPPONENTS Ukiah Ashland Grants Pass Ukiah Ferndale Eureka Arcata Saint Bernards Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Del Norte Ferndale South Fork Eureka Arcata Saint Bernards Hoopa Del Norte South Fork UNDEFEATED CHAMPIONS Us Courtesy Humboldt Standard FORTUNA Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna Fortuna HEAVYWEIGHT OPPONENTS Ukiah Ashland Grants Pass Ukiah Ferndale Eureka Arcata Saint Bernards , Del Norte Ferndale South Fork Eureka S Arcata Saint Bernards , Hoopa Del Norte South Fork - I :..: -- or iiiri or Y mm. wmuw, L , L Q ummm wnwgaamm K 'Y S , 1 A X vi f , 5 fx i up Wayne Pullen Ralph Robison John Senestraro Stan Smith Richard Tomasini Larry Tucker HEAVYWEIGI-lT George Badura Wayne Davis Jim Chrisfensen Harry lnnocenti Jerry Ireland John Ireland N-1-r ' . . , 9 J ..r, A 'S l Y YY,-V vit! ' i '1 IMT! :nr ,, Q .Z : E . EX . I J 5 - , 4: f 'Q Don Robinson Bill Robison Leslie Thomas Larry Westlake Bob Will Wesley Wilson Harold Johansen Darrell Mortensen John Nicholls Bob Porter Sw "C" BASKETBALL First row, left to right: Bucher, Barsanti, Martin, Tomasini, Brown. Second row: Smith Quigley, Beacom, Eisan, Rice. Third row: Dewey, Holland, Skaggs. "D" BASKETBALL First row, left to right. Weyant, Mathews, Barsanti, Hudson, Darling, Shields. Second row Pullen, Brazil, Yarbrough, Brown, Murray, S. Smith. Third row: Early, R. Smith, Visser 29 SCORES VARSITY FROSH - SOPI-l FORTUNA OPPONENTS FORTUNA OPPONENTS Fortuna V6 10 Ashland Fortuna Eureka Fortuna 12 32 Eureka Fortuna 6 W Del NOrte Fortuna 19 7 Del Norte Fortuna Arcata Fortuna 6 25 Ukiah Fortuna Del Norte Fortuna O 31 , Arcata Fortuna Eureka Fortuna 19 O Del Norte Fortuna Ferndale Fortuna 21 14 . Ferndale Fortuna 6 31 Eureka Fortuna 6 14 Arcata FROSI-l - SOPl-l TEAM First row, left to right: Phillip Segura, Franklin Schmidt, Leslie Shrull, Leon Buffum, Alvin Garcia, Jimmy Johnson, Paul Snell, Second row: Bill Schofield, Phil Anderson, Gary Davis, Jarl Denman, Floyd Woods, Jim Munz, Ferris Smith, Mike Brittain, Henry Parrot, Bill Viggers. Third row: Coach Clifford Herman, George Bruch, Mike Brown, Jack Hudson, Wayne Veysey, Oscar Stout, Jim Campbell, Coach Bob Orr. Fourth row: Wayne Swanson, Dick Swartz, Jack Kimzey, Jim Christensen, Les Thomas, Don Westlake, Roger Woll, David Brekke, Nafnpl GARY COWAN BILL GILLETTE TOM HARVILLE BILL HIXON HARRY INNOCENTI GARY JACOBSEN JAMES KALISTA DAVID LANCE '55 FOOT BILL BARTLETT JOHN BOYLES DUANE BRINK Coach DALE CALVERT JERRY SCHROEDER I I GARTH CASACCA MARVIN CATE I -A IE its Q VI ' wil, I kwa ,wif 15 115 gg 111 A 155 it - -wi ?ef'?i5VTIU,55I',I'lsr5L ' L .1 Vw' , pr I S . 5322222253541 af5siII4'feX4:f1:iSii .4 ,,.. , I I 2 gf Coach Coach BOB SYVERTSON JACK LYON KEN CHRISTIANSEN JERRY COLLVER IIII Qgfjp' . Q - wi I A - 'if . L . 1. f Q, M1 L?iHi'l53IfI 5111- 'fi - 31 LELAND MADSON ROBERT MILLSAP GARY NAILL DENNIS OMAN JOHN PRITCHETT JACK REYNOLDS BILL ROBISON DON SETTERLUND I 1 'fx LD RICK SILVER LONNIE SMITH MIKE SNELL CECIL STEPHENS LARRY WESTLAKE BOB WILL WESLEY WILSON RICHARD WORTHEY GIRLS S P O B bll S 'f E Basketb II GIRLS' S P O R T S Volleyb First row left to right: Wallen, Williams, Munchheimer, Silver, Schmidt Brittain Robison. Second row: Eckardt, Hagood, Clemmons, Batten Early Mack King. Third row: August, Campbell, Swanson, Black Tucker Berti Crutchfield, Bruner. Loran August Jim Batten Don Black Dale Calvert Ken Christiansen Joie Clemmons Dave Coleman Leroy Eckardt Alvin Garcia Wayne King Bill Robison Frank Schmidt Rick Silver Mike Snell Cecil Stephens Ted Thomas Larry Tucker Jim Wallen First row left to right: row Thorna Hudson, S if First row left to right: Barrote, Stephens Second row Garcia Segura Worthey, Coleman, Calvert Third row Millsap Christiansen Robison, Snell. ISSJS6 Garth Casacca Harry Innocent: Harold Johansen George McCombs John Senestraro Ferris Smith Lonnie Smith Richard Tomasini Don Westlake Larry Westlake Wesley Wilson Anderson, August Bales Denman Second caggs, Viggers Flannery McClatchy I, I, I, I, I, I, I, SENIGR CLASS WILL We, the class of 1956, being, we think, of sound mind and generous dis- position, do will and bequeath the following: To the teachers who have struggled for four years in our behalf, we leave- isn't that enough. To the iuniors we leave certain well polished seats in the aduitorium Together with all other senior rights and privileges. To the sophomores we leave a new-found dignity and the honor of being upper- classmen. To the freshmen we leave three more years in a school we helped to make what it is, and of which we are iustly proud. Individually and specifically we leave the following: Corinne Aldrich, leave my maiden name behind me. Beverly Anderson, leave sincere thanks to Mr. Badura. James Anderson, leave the ancient piano to all the musicians of F.U.H.S. Pauline Arthur, leave my friendliness and win- ning smile to everyone. Robert Ashe, leave my woodshop ability to Allan Straight. Don Babcock, being of sound mind and single bent, leave this school to those who have not went. Karen Backlund, leave the gang to find other means of transportation. John Barlow, leave my initiative to Mr. Harden- brook's advisory for next year's magazine sale. Richard Barsanti, leave all our yells to next year's cheerleader. Jim Batten, leave my ability to play basket- ball to Jack Atwood. Arline Beaudette, leave, at last. Carol Benoit, leave to help put Ron through college. Roger Berg, leave all my notes to my father to give to some needy student in library. Manuel Bernardo, leave my fish stories to Mr. Larson to tell his future classes. Gordon Bertsch, leave my place in the dance band to Les Detrick. Sharon Bertsch, leave to make a home for a lucky man. Franklin Bills, leave Ed W. nothing that will do him any good except the girls. Derry Blankenship, leave all the things that went over my head to the ones behind me tall enough to grasp them. Betty Boerger, leave willingly. Edna Borchers, leave, having recently arrived. Janice Boyett, leave Mr. Addison to learn to write his name in shorthand himself. I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, Deanna Reynoldson, leave my seat in advisory to some lucky iunior. Harold Bramlett, leave my water gun and shoulder holster to Mr. Stenback. Ruben Brewer, leave-What did you expect? Bob Brown, leave my baritone voice to Loraine Stradiota. Peggy Brown, leave, but not without my tennis shoes. Merlynn Carneggie, leave to become a P. E. teacher. Marvin Cate, leave my sunrise services to Leslie Thomas. Janice Christiansen, leave my gym teachers to make their own coffee. Bob Close, leave my ability to keep quiet in study hall to Bonny Hoopes. Jerry Collver, leave for parts unknown. Doris Cook, leave my ragged textbooks to some lucky iunior. Eddie Cordeiro, leave my one-sided washtub to the drama department. Harold Culbertson, leave my quiet, courteous manner to Mike Hagood. Arlene Currier, leave my beautiful long finger- nails to Richard Houseworth. Jerry Dalton, leave my ability to wreck cars to anyone who needs it. Billie Dennis, leave with deepest sympathy for those who are left behind. Kay Dix, leave my seat by the door in advisory to Arlene Goble. Colleen Donoho, leave my shorthand notebook to Mr. Makholm. Nancy Doyle, leave my understanding heart to next year's new teachers. Shirley Duclo, leave my sister to get along with- out me. Mike Durant, leave my various interests and abilities to Dorian. Rosalie Eades, leave powder all over the floor of the locker room. Helen Echols, leave nothing. Just for fun I'm going to take it with me. Barbara Endicott, leave my sister Sandra to carry on. Herb Epperson, leave my A's in Auto Shop to Evelyn. Merry Anne Epping, leave my English papers for Sue to copy. Jerry Ethridge, leave my height to Les Hunt. Janet Gauthier, leave my baton to my sister Joan. Bob Glenn, leave everyone in my dust. Alice Glines, leave the Megaphone in good hands. Rosie Goodner, leave my practically unused dic- tionary to Don Krader. Carol Gossett, leave my horse to George Badura, if I can part with it. Raymond Griffith, leave my pleasing tenor to Sarah Olson. Paul Grundman, leave Mr. Manley in peace. Delight Hall, leave after four years of hard work. Gaylor Hall, leave my good sense to some iunior who can use it. Lynn Harmon, leave my FFA proiect to some freshman in the Ag. Department. Rick Harmon, leave my permanent Toni to any girl who wants it-I don't. Erlene Hart, leave my tardy slips to all the iuniors-there are enough. Tom Harville, leave my English IV notebook to Ted Hulbert. Nancy Hayes, leave my trig book to any worm that needs to find the center of an apple. Carolyn Hedley, leave my booth in Fortuna Cafe to Liz Dunham. Sally Hetzel, leave my ambition to Jimmy Har- veston Loa Hill, leave my scissors to Miss Abraham. Charles Hinchcliff, leave this ditch l've been walking in to Charles Whitmire. Loretta Holberg, leave my shorthand homework to any foreigner who can read it. Diane Horton, leave my cheerful disposition to Jim Martin. Gene Houston, left early. Gary Hunsaker, leave my best slacks and pret- tiest sweater to AI Truby. Harry Innocenti, leave my innocent expression to Don Setterlund. Jerry Ireland, leave my old gym shoes to John Senestrato. John Ireland, leave my best basketball to Mel Berti. Gary Jacobsen, leave all my wisecracks to Tim Thomas. Pauline Jacobson, leave to design dresses for movie stars. Faye James, leave my blonde tresses to Peggy Cokley. Bob Johnson, left quite a while ago. Didn't you miss me? John Johnson, leave my slow smile to Merle Ann Thayer. Sibyl Jones, leave all my boyfriends except .Chuck. , William Jones, left when you weren't looking. Kay Karwacki, leave to have lots of good fun. Kenneth Kindred, leave my autographed pic- tures to all the girls in school. ' Robert Koble, leave Mr. Damon to do his own office work. Arlene Kopeitko, leave Fortuna High for good this time. Marvin Krader, leave the road signs in Ukiah- alone. Shirley Krick, leave peacefully, iust as I came. Jean Lampley, leave, I had fun. Diana Lark, leave my goofy giggle to Jeannie Giacopazzi. George McCombs, leave my iob on the Times to Jennie Holt. Patti Maki, leave my gavel and desk for a new life at San Jose. Linda Meng, leave the worries and laughs of Hi-Spy to next year's editor. Park Merrill, leave my many drawings to the physics class to study. Jack Millsap, leave my relaxed manner to Mary Alice Smith. Mary Molles, leave my helpful nature to Don Ashburn. Jean Moore, leave my catchy laugh to Mr. Hardenbrook. Leroy Morrell, leave the knowledge-on second thought, I'd better take it along. Darrell Mortenson, leave Phyllis to finish school by herself. Peter Muncheimer, leave but few books unread. George Nelson, leave my enioyment of music to John Siniem. Ben Murphy, leave without the girls I wanted to take. Thomas Nickels, am going to find a legal way to will it to myself. U George Niles, leave, iust to be leaving. Malcolm Niles, leave my big hat and baton for someone else to haul around. Owen Norris, leave my ability to play saxo- phone to Boo mie Richmond. Gerald Oleson, leave my chewed-up slide rule to Mr. Manley. Dennis Oman, leave my battered fotball to Mike Early. Janice Oman, leave my inscrutable expression to some poker player. John Pancoast, leave my happy disposition to Ann Sorenson. She will take care of it. William Pattison, leave my weird sense of humor to Janet Smith. Nancy Perrett, leave my size two shoes to Hazel Aho. Eugene Phares, leave all my cars to Bill Lander- gen. Kay Price, leave my ability to drive Jerry's car into the ditch to anyone else. Noriene Rasor, leave all my outside activities to Sibyl Lively. Bob Reynolds, leave my good-natured grin to Jimmie Glenn. Joanne Rienks, leave my poise to Peggy Lip- pert. She needs it?? Deanne Ripple, leave to Lynn Watson my abil- ity to get along with Mr. Addison. Don Robinson, leave my mischievous twinkle to Bob Van Zelf. Kay Robinson, leave my sweet disposition and simple ways to Judy McLeod. Pat Robinson, leave my original ideas to Linda Malone. Ralph Robison, leave one used ticket to the national FFA convention to Mr. Cosgrave. Mariorie Russell, leave my place as the only girl in Physics class to Mary Lou Barnes. Donna Sanborn, leave to keep the home fires burning. Joyce Sanborn, leave my title "Miss-Jinx" to Cynthia Cottrell. Paul Scheel, leave my tolerant good nature to Billy Oatney. Tom Schultz, leave my intelligence to Ann Byers, who really doesn't need it. Beverly Scott, leave undisputed claim to the name to the other Bev Scott. William Sheppard, leave anything you want except Helene. Warren Shields, lave my TAB Club books to Floyd Flannery. Bob Smith, leave my records to the collection in the girls' gym. Roger Smith, leave my winning ways to Ray- mond Borges. Mike Snell, leave my football ability to David Stevenson. Eugenia Stevenson, leave to anyone who wants it the fun of working on Megaphone. Bettie Stewart, leave my resourcefulness to Bar- bara Paulson. Ethel Summer, leave all the valuabie stuff in my locker to some freshman. Anna Svendsen, leave my calm manner to Karen Batten. Ida Swain, leave my sweet smile to Mirella Marca. Mariy Swall, leave Mr. Hardenbrook to figure out his own notes. Jessica Sweasy, leave with a big smile. Roy Taylor, leave my seriousness of purpose to Joie Clemmons. Nadine Thomsen, leave my seat in chemistry to sister Gail. Gary Thrap, leave my studious appearance to Garth Casacca. Gay Toroni, leave my State Anthology "pomes" to Bev Fleischer. Larry Tucker, leave my red hair and wide-eyed stare to Mr. Reynolds. Robin Phly, leave with no regrets. Berna Van Harpen, leave my soft voice and quiet manner to Mrs. Zinselmeir. Jacquie Vetter, leave to continue my married life. Jim Viegas, leave my suave manner to John Nicholls. John Welsh, leave my interest in iust about everything to a bright freshman. Larry Westlake, leave my football uniform to my little brother for further use. Judy Wheeler, leave to make my place in the "College of Hard Knocks." Julia Wilson, leave this school with one big farewell. Ruth Wisting, leave my iob as roll taker bn the Loleta bus to Barbara Hudson. Nancie Withrow, leave with Marvin and his baby blue bootees. Bobby Witters, leave the iob of directing school spirit to anyone who can handle it. Bob Worthey, leave, giving all the buses back to Mr. Lippert. d-711 - 3, -V-. . r- .I X. - t'N:,..-".,1I..'. 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