George Washington High School - Continental Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1953
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INSIDE THE GATES OF WASHINGTON HIGH
EXISTS A COMMUNITY, TEEMING WITH LIFE,
HUMMING WITH ACTIVITY, AND BUSTLING
VITALITY. HERE TWENTY-EIGHT HUN-
TEENAGERS WORK, PLAY, LA U G H,
AND DREAM DREAMS. HERE ONE HUN-
AND TWENTY-FIVE NON-TEENAGERS
ALSO WORK, COUNSELING, ADVISING, AND
GUIDING. THE 1953 CONTINENTAL PRESENTS
INSIDE WASHINGTON, AN AUTHENTIC STUDY
OF HIGH SCHOOL LIFE, COMPETENTLY REQ-
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DR. PAUL FISHER
INSIDE INFORMATION-Did you
know that Dr. Fisher is an Egyp-
tian la term applied to anyone
born in southern lllinoisl and that
he attended elementary school
for iust one year? At the age of
four he started his travels, which
took him to Florida and Central
America, a nd included three
years of life on sail boats in the
Caribbean Sea. He attended high
school in St. Louis, earned his
A.B. at the University of Illinois,
his A.M. at the University of Ala-
bama, and his Ph.D. at U.S.C. In
between travelling and studying
he was a draftsman, a farmer, a
bla:ksmith's helper, and a heater
of r i v e t s in a structural iron
Did you know that Mr. Perry
holds the national record of six-
teen conse:utive conversions in
one football game, that he let-
tered in both baseball and bas-
ketball in college, and that his
hobbies are golfing and fishing?
Did you know that Mrs. Neher
was born in Michigan, graduated
from Stanford, has travelled in
the Orient a n d Latin America,
and claims as her hobbies beach
combing and pets?
Dr. Fisher, our friend and principal spends many
hours behind this desk, working for the students
SECRETARIES-ROW I: Mrs. Smouse, Mrs. Gre99f Miss Jorgenson, Mrs.
Kline. ROW II: Mrs. om rs. oss rs. rumrme rs.
MR. GLENN PERRY
BOYS' VICE PRINCIPAL
MRS. CLARITA NEHER
GIRLS' VICE PRINCIPAL
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Paul Aiello Roger Anderson Lyle Herman
Dale Brudvig Danny Campbell Warren Lein
M. Chapman Barbara Fife
Ann Jorgenson Joan Kelly
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STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
Judy Vanderlaan Jerry Eisenberg Kalhy Allan Merle Lauderdale Carol Holisky
Stanton Clark Charlene Curry Jim Terrell Fred Losey John Leckie Jackie Harvey
MARCIA KELLEY DON MEHLIG
GIRLS' VICE PRESIDENT BOYS' VICE PRESIDENT
senators 0 ' winter 9
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Bill Smith Shirley Greene Marshall Cox Hilda Mazon Alex Tingrides Barbara Frosl
.lim Mellin Darlene Wilburn Wally Herring N. Mafhewson Max Winer Anne Pcccione
Peggy Merrill Freol Power Belly Reeve
Winnie Reiman Marilyn Rounds Bobbie Wyat1
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Roger Anderson Sigrid Anderson Mary .lo Darcey
Janice Beckett Sallie Chambers Shirley Greene
Gail Dineen Sally Frecklefon Denny Lang
Dick Harris Mary Laird
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
Jim Benefl Diane Birk
Ken Overstreef Cookie lsreal
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R. Villasenor Kay McAllister Rich American Marilyn Monolio
Terry Wehr Pal Terrell George Baffa Arlene Shock
PAT CARAS DICK LEGRUE
GIRLS' VICE PRESIDENT BUYS' VICE PRESIDENT
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M. Lauderdale Barbara NeimeyerJim Mellin Darlene Pack Mel Marchbanks Bobbie Wyatt
John Leckie Jackie Watson Bob Stone Linda Linsey Stan DeMaggio Bev Larsen
Marion MacLean Hilda Mazon Peggy Merril
Norm Ollestad Fred Power Jo Shaw
FRED POWER JOAN KELLY
BOYS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT GIRLS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT
GIRLS' LEAGUE SCHOOL COMMITTEE-ROW I: Shaw, NIcChesney, Prumers, GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET - ROW I: Chambers, Bruce, Kelly
president Sceusa, Ehlers, ROW ll: Bostelman, Beckett, Merrill, McCIaslcey, Kelly. ROW ll: Mrs. Neher, sponsor, Whitman, McCloskey, Bos-
Miller Darms D'Arvin. ROW III: Mrs. Ahrens, sponsor, Wright, Cass, Driver, telman, Prumers, Boldra, Miss Gill, sponsor.
Graham, Buehnev, Clark, Blodgett.
WINTER BOYS' AND GIRLS'
LEAGUE, sponsoring the many
events of the first season, went
their merry way to accomp-
lish a successful semester of
duties well performed. The
girls had charge of the semi-
annual Sadie Hawkins dance,
which was a howling success,
in that there was a sell-out
crowd and everyone had a
wonderful time. At the end
of the semester the girls had
their usual installation assem-
bly, at which all the old and
new officers were dressed in
white and were given cor-
sages, even including M i s s
Gill, the sponsor. The Winter
Boys' League was iust as ac-
tive as the Girls' League by
sponsoring the semi-annual
Girl Hate Boy Day, some noon
dances, and many noon tourn-
aments, including horseshoe,
basketball and volleyball.
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BOYS LEAGUE CABINET-ROW I: Herring, Ollestad. ROW ll
LeGrue Power president, Orman.
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NORM OLLESTAD SALLIE CHAMBERS
BOYS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT GIRLS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT
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BOYS' LEAGUE CABINET-ROW I: Otero, Ollestcad, president, Biggs. GIRLF' LEAGUE CABINET-ROW I: Bruce, Ehlers, Chambers, Peod, Van
ROW Il: Burrow, Reina, Power. Hoorebeke. ROW II: Miss Gill, sponsor, Shorten C
bell, Nagy, Mrs. Neher, sponsor.
, arson, Cuddy, Camp-
SUMMER BOYS' AND GIRLS' LEAGUES were
ioint sponsors of the successful Needle Work
Guild drive. The Girls' League, a:t'ng alone,
planned the spring Sadie, the Simplicity
Fashion Show, Girls' Week, and Cotton Day,
the best liked and most co'orful girls' event
of the year. On this day the girls choose a
queen who is crowned with great ceremony
in the quad, after which there is a fashion
show where girls from all sewing classes
model garments they have made themselves.
The Boys' League, under the guidance of Nor-
man Ollestad, sponsored Boy Hate GTrl Day,
White Shirt Day, and the new Mr. Washing-
ton Contest, as well as all intermural sports
such as basketball, track, volleyball, and
l1o'se-shoes. Highlighting the Boys' League
czctivities were the sports nights.
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The Art Hall is often cluttered with backdrops, such as this one for the Sadie
being worked on by Carol Ehlers and other members of the Girls' League
School Committee. The fellows watch for a ringer at the Boys' League
WINTER STUDENT SERVICE
SUMMER STUDENT SERVICE
STUDENT SERVICE. Who sold the candy bars to the
students? The student service workers. Who helped file
reports for the teachers? The student service workers,
of course. Who helped stack books in the book room?
You guessed it, the student service workers. Stacking
books, filing cards, and selling candy were iust a few
of the many duties performed by these public spirited
students who devoted one period each day to service for
the school. At any time of the school day and in almost
every office or teacher's class room, someone from this
group was busily helping with those activities which
made the school ond the teachers' work function more
smoothly. Many even worked before school, at nutrition,
and during the lunch hour.
LEFT: Sue Boldra, Maureen Cross, and Rita Blicharski do student service work in
the counselor's office. RIGHT: Student service workers hedp Mrs Krobath band
age a sprained ankle.
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STUDENT SERIVE-ROW l: Davis, Geist, Knight, Sansone, Roieski, Shrum, De!Pozo, Robinson, Papst, Riley, Bishop
Nunnick, Carmichael, Stearns, Thirkill, Padilla, Bloom, McLaughlin, McClure. ROW ll: Bell, Evans, Murphy
Hamm, Corkill, Kennedy, Carlson, Sperry, Neimeyer, Kelly, Carson, Totten, Moreland, Campbell, A. Gich, C.
Gich, Lytle, Mallum, Nichols, Drysdale. ROW Ill: Carlson, Church, Hart, Clemons, Kell, Bobrosky, Rich, Plourde
Brueckner, Cahill, Leckie, Labo, Sanders, Keene, Hackamack, Cross, Costello, Merrill. ROW lV: Blackstad, Luden
Schultz, Buff, Harris, Flora, Calce, Brudvig, Flannigan, Isais, Fullock, Rettberg, Pontrelli, Wiegeri, Danl-orth
Asher, Buti, Anderson.
STUDENT SERVICE-ROW l: Froggati, Hovey, Warburton Ford, Ruder, McLeod, Boyle, Collins, Jones, D. Vickers
A. Crczwforol, D. Crawford, Weaver. ROW ll: Mark, Terrell, Palmiero, Della Rocca, Davlantes, McAllister, How-
land, Hohn, Bentley, Pattison, Buehler, Wigger, McKen:lry, Grigory. ROW Ill: Brooks, Godso, Dineen, Shorten,
Power, Bruce, Kertson, Johnson, Laird, Van Hoorebeke,Porretta, Terran, Biggs, Wilson, Hill. ROW IV: Caras,
Paccione, Clark, Cox, Marchbanks, Nash, Barrett, Stone, Bold., Austin, Tengirides, Villasenor.
SENIOR BOARD OF
CONTROL-ROW l: Dineen, Batley, Sheldon, Mathewson, Briganti
Barr, Blanke. ROW ll: Duncan, sponsor, Hedges, Kaiser, Lloyd, Bosnak, Haskins, Sho
strom, Winer. ROW
Ali CONTROL SQUAD-ROW I:
ROW ll: Goolsby, Malakowsky, Barosh, Quaranta.
Stone, Derrick, Brandt, Hunt, sponsor.
Ill: Acosta, Leviton, Tevlin, Arauio, Miller, Loyd, Matson.
SENIOR BOARD OF CONTROL. Creeping cautiously
along the campus and glancing nervously from left
to right he reached into his coat pocket and slowly
drew out a flai' paper-wrapped obiect, opened it,
and started munching the sandwich. Crushing the
wrapper in his hand, he took careful aim and missed
the trash can by three feet. At that instant, onto the
scene strode two members of the Senior Board of
Control who apprehended this campus criminal.
All SERVICE GROUP. "l'm sorry. You'll have to have
a hall pass" were the words with which these
hall guards, greeted all persons in the halls during
class time. Theirs was the thankless task of keeping
the halls clean of noise and loitering.
AIO CAMPUS GROUP-ROW I: Davis, Hough, Otterback, Osborn, Morgan,
I-ranzon. ROW ll: Evans, Lee, Bower, Chase, Benson, Amerian, ROW lll: Losey,
Luraschi, McDonald, Varnado, Baffa.
AIO SERVICE GROUP. Whether you
know it or not, picking up papers for
other people is dirty, hard work. Dur-
ing the last ten minutes of lunch, these
A10 boys cleaned the entire campus
of papers, so the school would look
nice. . by
B11 SERVICE GROUP-ROW l: Smith, Davis, Christensen, Biggs, Campbell. ROW ll:
l-ritsche, Larsen, Redding, Brannan, Brown, Lewis, Eazell. ROW Ill: Aertker, sponsor,
Hoonanian, Mueller, Blake, Taylor, Blankenship, Sims, Krell, Oghigian.
B11 JUNIOR COUNSELORS. Patrolling the halls and
guarding the gates were but a few of the iobs these
efficient lads performed as their contribution to school
service. They were under the sponsorship of Mr.
Aertker, assisted by Mr. Fraters. Besides their usual
duties of helping with registration and advising the
new B10's, these Counsellors helped the B12 Off
Campus group perform their tasks. Although working
hard, the counselors had many a good time.
B11 USHERS guarded the doors and otherwise helped
the A12 ushers at assemblies and night shows. This
group, sponsored by Mr. Harold Axe, later combined
with the A12 ushers and girl ushers to form the pres-
ent usher squad. John Campbell was their house-
A12 USHERS. "Tickets, please," mut-
tered the A12 Ushers to all students at
B11 USHERS-ROW is Pugh, cqmpbe
ll, Biggs, Baclnin. ROW ll: Larsen
Brannan, Redding, Osman. Oghigian,
Taylor, Cox, Correia, Smith.
Knuclson. ROW Ill: Dortch, Krell
the night shows. Led by Fred Austin,
house-manager, they ushered at first
assemblies, athletic events, and noon
A12 USHERS-ROW I: Farrell, Leviton, Winer, F. Austin, president, Kertston, Mehlig. ROW
ll: Anderson, Gerhardi, Freeze, Tingirides, Campbell ROW Ill: Lomeli, Cameron, Wisdom
Johnson, Palmer, Hamilton, E. Austin.
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WINTER KNIGHTS AND LADIES.
These Twankas reached the highest
honor Washington could bestow.
The W' K81L, led by Warren Lien
and Betty Reeve, were selected on
a basis of service to the s:hool.
Those students nominated by teach-
ers were voted on by the graduat-
ing Knights and Ladies. These Sen-
ior B's selected, formed the back
bone of the new society. The
Knights' services were raising the
"Stars and Stripes." ln November
they played host to the Fremont
Knights, who after seeing our Lad-
ies, agreed that we have cute girls.
The Ladies dusted the trophy cases,
gave their semi-annual banquet,
and, combining forces with the
Knights, planned the successful K
and L dance.
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Ann Jorgenson Jean Kelly Joan Kelly
Marcia Kelly Gary Kertson Warren Lein
Don Mehlig Ann Paccione Lois Pead
Joanne Prumers Betty Reeve Winnie Rieman
Marilyn Rounds Alex Tingrides Max Winer
SUMMER KNIGHTS AND LADIES. The Black
and White Ball, theme of the K and L spon-
sored by the summer Knights and Ladies,
turned out to be the most magnificent
dance of the year. These honored seniors
performed every duty and task given to
them. A few of the iobs executed by the
Knights were raising and lowering the
flag, being in charge of fire drills, and
keeping the halls and quad quiet during
sixth period. The Ladies provided flowers
for the library, cleaned the trophy cases,
and represented our school as diplomats on
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Dianne Driver Evelyn Forney
Joanne Prumers Patricia Sickels
Edward Seright Donna Willis
Eugene Levnon SCHOLARSHIP CABINET-ROW I: Driver, Chapman, president:
Hackamack. ROW II: Cass, Laird. ROW III: Mr. Lawyer, spon-
sor, Scott, Shaw, Levin.
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Carol Myers B. Ondrasik Eleanor Pegd
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SCHOLARSHIP CABINET-ROW I: Cox, Davis, Buff. ROW ll:
Carson, Collins, Laird, president, Carlson, Blodgett.
SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. Field trips to the observatory, f '
assemblies, and conventions were but a few of the
many activities enioyed by this year's Scholarship So-
ciety, which proved to be one of the most active organ-
izations on campus. The winter president was Margaret
Chapman while Mary Laird held the gavel in the sum-
mer semester. Activities included the banquet, the in-
stallation assembly, and the meeting where slides of
Germany were presented. Sponsorship of the movie,
"Mutiny on the Bounty," was the most important event
of the year, although the banquet at Luisinger High
School also proved a big success.
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Norbert Pobanz Phil Porrettcl Fred Power Penny Phelan Ted Scott Carol Shipway
Nancy deRome Louise Dillon
Don Levin Lester Lewis
Charles Stubin Winifred Zaroiar
OLD TORCHBEARERS-ROW l: MacLean, Haskins, Collins, Phelan, Hackamack, Laird, Larson, Shipway, Cordova, Mc-
Donald. ROW ll: Myers, Drysdale, Dillon, Bliven, Todil, Pendleton, Sonia, Piker, Kandalec. ROW Ill: Mr. Lawyer,
sponsor, Lewis, Gales, Herman, Aiello, Buff, Scott, Levin, Powell. ROW IV: Hurley, Pobam, Gagliano, Flora, Davis,
Power, Anderson, Porrelfa.
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NEW TORCHBEARERS-ROW I: Blodgeti, Steed, McTaggart', Holisky, King, Shaw, president, Fastou, Fiske, Finnick, Gual-
tierri, Barnikel, Richardson. ROW II: Bishop, Pullen, Sherwood, Schreiber, Titus, Carson, Buehner, Inman, Cohen, Clark,
Deibel, Piispanen, Joyce. ROW III: Sinai, Sims, Sholtis, Meschke, Fritsche, Oghigian, Osman, Smith, Larsen, Knudson,
Emerzian. ROW IV: Pripall, Levison, Cord, Barry, Bloom, Pierce, Pugh, Quaranta, Barosh, Redding, Harger.
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FIRST YEAR SCHOLARSHIP-ROW I: Robinson, McKay, Bowen, Manolio, Sims, Labo, Johnston,
Lundeen, VonBIocker, Lofgren. ROW II: Cahan, Bone, Garrison, Gloss, Schaupp, Sabin, Navarro,
A Allen, Federer, Gorce, Mason, Mark. ROW III: Potter, Syfritt, Cox, Benson, Otero, Bower,
Dorman, Chase, Baffa, Amerian.
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CLEI CLUB-ROW I: Cooke. Godso, Robercls, Zadrick, Goodwin, Albano, Marks. ROW II:
Flanegin, Thompson, Mason, Darms, Hand, Poe, Strong, Gordon, Chapman. ROW Ill:
Davise, sponsor, B. Armstrong, Kuhn, Knudson, Malakowsky, Ritchie, D. Armstrong, Aiello,
E SPANISH CLUB-ROW I: Sinai, Pattison, Anderson, Geer, Holt, Erkel, Richardson
F Patterson, Beazley, Goldman, Bilski, Cukale. ROW II: Mrs. Reece, sponsor, Miss
Eklund, sponsor, Angelos, Hoffman, Titus, Lowe, Schreiber, Sawnor, Faucett, Mc-
E Donald, Bliven, Davies, Miss Miquel, sponsor. ROW III: Donley, Rockwell, Yoakan
C Otero, Houlihand, Rollins, Ollestad, Lawlor, Turner, Ondrasik, Sperry, Mr. Fraters
sponsor. RCW IV: Navarro, Doria, Powell, Pugh, Galceran, Power, Alonso, Flora
Carden, Fragiacomo, Wright, Deibel.
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CLEF CLUB. Talent is their keynote. Under
the sponsorship of Mrs. Mary Christine
Davise, the Clef Club offered the Georges
and Marthas the noon Talent Quest and
the semi-annual Music Review. Many of
you can probably still remember the songs
from "King and I," and the solos, and nov-
elty groups that made up the Fall Review.
SPANISH CLUB. Se abre la
sesion are the words which
began the monthly meeting
of the Spanish Club, led in
the winter by Don Mehlig,
and in the summer by Fred
Power. On May 7 at the tra-
ditional annual Language
Banquet the Spanish Club
I? was in charge of the pro-
gram with Fred Power act-
ing as emcee.
SPANISH CLUB-ROW I: Pernia,
Debilo, Arrison, Laird, Darcey,
Caras, Carlson, Dapro, Maclean,
Cooke, MacMillan, Ocasio, Co-
hen. ROW II: Mrs. Reece, spon-
sor, Miss Eklund, sponsor, Scholl,
Chapman, Gich, Keene, Paster-
nak, Roisman, Jacobson, Kelley,
Parkhurst, Berger, Miss Miquel,
sponsor. ROW III: Otero, Law-
lol, ButT, E. Pead. Knowlton,
Freeze, Bock, Sickeles, Mr. Fra-
ters, sponsor. ROW IV: Leviton,
Gray, Pritchett, Flora, Tevlin,
Pie r c e, Ouaranta, Arellano,
Johnson, Aquilar, Sullivan, and
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-ROW I: Mack, Potter, Simon,
Bloom. ROW ll: Dudley, PoFf, Arguello, Mullens,
Vries, Schliisler, Anderson. ROW Ill: Crowley, Bohle
Monsma, Snow, Wilson, Holmgren, Rallo, Schockey,
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, guided by their profi-
cient sponsor, Mrs. Davise, and presided
over by Shirley Maffet, gave much of
their spare time singing at such events as
the Big and Little Sister Party, the BIO
Mothers' Tea, P.-T.A. meetings, Girls'
League Assemblies and the Christmas
Davise, sponsor, Ellis, Egan, Moxley,
Skaggs, McLaughlin, Van Noard, De
, Fielding, Chamberlain, Tuero, Strener,
FRENCH CLUB-ROW l: Fife, Schoefflin, Tonge, Miller, president, Zaroian, Edgar
ROW Il: Brandt, Maxwell, Hansen, Buehner, Mathis, Baxter, Derrick. ROW Ill
Sintes, sponsor, Barosch, Everett, Durant, Skinner, Knauer, Braxton, Neher, Miquel
LATIN CLUB-ROW I: Schneider, Larsen, Knight, Englund, Shorten, Driver, president
Zadrick, Piispanen, Russel, McTaggert, McKendry, Keys. ROW ll: Burns, Stalcup
Nelson, Laish, Bostelman, Cass, Jahnz, Finnick, Howland. ROW Ill: Miss Tallis, spon
sor, Bozeman, Lewis, Smith, Taylor, H:1rger, Dixon, Headley, Glatz, Mark.
FRENCH CLUB. Bon iour mes
amis! Comment allez-vous?
Oui, would be the reply of
any French Club member,
whose objective is increased
knowledge of the French
people, their customs, cul-
ture, and language. Re- .-
quirements for membership
are five or more semesters
CAELICOLAE. Although Ver-
gil's little gem, "The Aen-
eid," occupied most of their
time, these Latin maiors had
some leisure for fun. Fridays
found them presenting or-
iginal Latin plays in which
the grammar might h a v e
made Cicero turn over in his
grave, but for which any
plebian could have under-
stood the plot.
GIRLS' USHER SQUAD-ROW I: Richardson, Cooke, Wright, Babrowsky, Cahan. ROW ll
Smith, Henzgen, Beckett, Wright, Bostelman, president, Ehlers, Calfee, Myers, Griesser
ROW Ill: Teeter, Bruce, Driver, Cass, Ondrasik, A. Wright, Harvey, Taub. ROW IV: Clive
Carrall, Van Hoorebeke, Chambers, Merrill, D'Arvin, Collins, Hohn, Neimeyer.
TYROS-ROW I: Shanks, Thurse, Vanderlaan, Shrum, Bird, president, Purdy
Le Gate, Homeslen, Boyle. ROW Il: Fisher, McArther, Dahl, Bradbury, Huntling
Russell, Hahn, Stewart, Hyde. ROW Ill: Hilborn, Cahill, Demkowitz, McClure
Butram, Steger, Planey, Mullens, Carlson, Sader.
TYROS-ROW I: Ford, Riness, Hines, Romberger, Beaudry, Halverson, Chis
holm, Long, Bruscia, Ferrell, McAllister. ROW ll: Labo, Rucer, Harlan, Pelletier,
Linderman, Hunt, Palmer, Allen Plourde, Nichols, Weaver. ROW Ill: Faubion
Kullor, Luby, Lewis, Darlantes, Gich, Falkenstien, Gold, Salringer, Crawford.
GIRLS' USHER SQUAD. Dressed in their formals,
the girls added to the splendor of the February
graduation exercises. Dressed in their custom-
ary dark skirts and white blouses, they were
present at all night performances as well as at
Girls' League assemblies and the A Cappella
TYROS. Forty-eight gi r I s
watched in fascination at
the home of Garry Lee Mc-
Arthur as Mr. Frank, of the
famous hair stylists, Frank
a n d. Joseph, performed
his hair styling ability to
the Tyros. That this was the
chief highlight of the club's
busy semester was agreed
upon by all. Serving at the
Senior Prom, the Sadie, and
Knights and Ladies dance,
were a few examples of
their service to the school.
Ready and willing to serve
al' all banquets, they were
always on the ball! A white
elephant sale, an attempt
to bolster the club's treas-
ury, proved both entertain-
ing and successful. Kay
Kiellor served as enthusi-
astic auctioneer, giving the
affair a humorous n ote.
TEEN AIDERS--ROW l: O'Callahan, Russel, Collins Newman Schneider Campbell
Greene, Ciccerrello, Howland, l-lolisky. ROW ll: Nemreyer Clark G eman Van Hoorebeke
Shay, Riggs, Cannon, McTaggert, Gualtieri, McKenclry Carm ch al Boi man ROW lll
Mrs. Bentley, sponsor, Arguello, Deibel, Fragiacomo Harvey Chandler Blankenship
Carter, Rockwell, Navarro, Robinson, Mark.
TEENAIDERS. Making tray favors, Christe
mas ornaments, bookmarks, and Braille
covers consumed much of the spare
time of the Teenaiders. These items were
taken to the hospitals and orphanages
for the sick and u n d e r privileged
TAGS. One thousand and
twenty - seven is a g o o d
sized number in anybody's
language, but what does it
mean? Why, it's the num-
ber of toys collected by the
Tags during their Christmas
toy drive! This number was
an all time high. After they
had collected them, they
repaired a n d distributed
them to various orphanag-
es and hospitals.
their prospective work by
operating the nursery on P
Homecoming Day and serv-- . f
ing at the Senior Breakfast. s
MARTHONIANS-ROW l: Bishop,
Jones, Haskins, Jones, Gabriel, 1
Lee, Steinitz. ROW ll: Patton
Shaack, Rotella. Hughes, Barni
kel, Gregory, Riley, Rockwood, 2
Lytle. ROW lll: Ayres, Blake,
Miss McKenna, sponsor, M i s s
Jenkins, sponsor, Miss Carlson,
sponsor, Mrs. Crumpacker, spon-
sor, Saunders, Valenti.
COMMERCIAL CHATTER-ROW I: Galuppo, Diefenbach, McMahan, Joyce, president,
Carter, Delahousie, Woodrich, McGrew, Reynolds, Arrabito, Mrs. Christian, sponsor. ROW
II: DeRome, Wall, Shaw, Logan, Sedlak, Thompson, David, DeGruccio, Jeffers, Johnston.
ROW III: Porretta, Robertson, Vindal, Terran, Elliott, Brodine, Brown, Charles, Hayes,
Dobos, DeBusk, Timberlake, Shipway. ROW IV: Overs, Leist, Phillips, Engberg, Sherritt,
Lewis, Emerzian, Dineen, Batley, Kachadorian.
COMMERCIAL CI-IATTER. Gossip and fashion col-
umns were but two of the features in Commercial
Chatter, a monthly publication of the business ed-
ucation department. The paper also reported the
activities of business students, such as trips to the
Telephone Company and banks.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA. Getting stalled
too close to a dairy farm was all that marred an
otherwise wonderful trip to Knotts Berry Farm.
Piloted by Carolyn Hackamack both summer and
winter, the F.T.A. planned two field trips, to U.C.
L.A. and Pepperdine. This year F.T.A. became a
member of the National F.T.A. Society.
FUTURE TEACHERS OI AMERICA-ROW I: Gualtieri, Car-
michael, Rockwell. Hackamack, president, Navarro, Mc-
Taggart, Debilio, Wrighi, Jahnz. ROW II: Moen, Pead, Wal-
lis, Chandler, Arguello, Edgzr, Keene Ondrasik, Wallace,
Dillon, Hodgeman, sponsor. ROW III: Wachs, Sullivan,
Shaw, Bu6, Scoti, Powell, Toltel, Gates, Levin, Porretta.
COMMERCE HONOR-ROW I: Mrs. Overtield, sponsor, Krolick, Lewis,
Shaw, Fife, president, Johnston, Wilson, Holisky. ROW Il: Carson,
Dineen, Briganti, Anderson, Bishop, Wall, Wright, Schodt, Drain.
ROW Ill: Steed, Cahan, McMahan, Joyce, Emerzian, DeRome,
COMMERCE HONOR. The Pruden-
tial Building tour was an important
event to these potential secretaries
who win membership in Commerce
Honor by being business majors
with good grades in commercial
subjects. The traditional installation
dinner revealed Barbara Fife as
winter '53 prexy and Claire Festow
- as the summer leader, and under
them the club participated in many
activities that proved entertaining
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA-ROW I: Delpozo, Cahan, Barker, Batley, Briganti,
chaplinp Plisco, president: Barr, Wyatt, Rose, Anderson, Lindsey, Bobrosky, Snyder. Row ll:
Miss Constance, sponsor: Hoser, Getman, Lewis, Schodt, Drain, Cascarona, Ganey, Pullen,
McClain, Welsh, Wendt. ROW ll: Bishop, Mo:lrish, Stokes, Kaloostiun, Cordova, Glasgow,
Weskamp, Weishaar, Ewing, Otte, Nunnink, Junk, Hayes. ROW IV: Labo, Winkler, Carson,
Dineen, Boldra, Cross, Gatlen, Holisky, Dennis, Relton.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA, new on
the campus this year, promoted football sales, sold
howdy tags, sponsored noon dances, some charity
campaigns, and Career Day. They planned a tour
of McCulloch Motors, an elaborate Christmas party
honoring Mrs. Clarita Nehr, and an installation
luncheon with Dr. Paul Fisher and Mr. Daniel
Siemens as guests.
BOOKKEEPING CLUB, organized for business ma-
iors who had had a course in bookkeeping, studied
the qualificaitons necessary for success in business.
BOOKKEEPING CLUB-ROW I: Bennett, Smith, Carson, Col bl
Iins, Neimeyer, Van Hoorebeke, Goeman, Giordano, pres
ident: Caufield, Altschuld, Harlan, May. ROW ll: Steed,
Ure, Siegers, Romberger, Roberts, Ganey, Cascarano, Gen
tile, Gabroe, Hart, Keel, Miss Ross, sponsor. ROW Ill: Hohn,
Starr, Silberman, Lewis, Radford, DePree, Davis, Homesley,
Labo, Stewart, Keller. ROW IV: Rankin, Rice, Pensak, San
ders, Holisky, McKendry, Carlson, Clemens, Bishop, Nun
MINUTEMEN-ROW I: Bobrosky, Carter, Briganti, Darcey,
Laird, president: Arrison, Mathewson, Kelly. ROW ll: Shaw,
Merrill, Caras, Barr, Wright, Cahan, McCloskey, Popelar,
MINUTEMEN. "Step right up folks,
buy your ticket to the Washington
Spring Revue." This pert remark
and similar ones were the stock-
in-trade of the Minutemen, for sell-
ing tickets to this performance, or
that was their most important iob.
They also assisted Paul Aiello and
Shirley Greene, winter and sum-
mer publicity managers, in their
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DEBUTANTES-ROW l: Pelton, Jahnz, G. Brown, Hackamack, president, Glatz, Keene.
ROW ll: Debilio, McMahan, Maxwell, Phillips, Merrill, Paradice, ROW lil: Ondrasik, Weg-
ner, McCloskey, Tanski, Shaw, J. Brown, lngelido.
DEBUTANTES. Promoting ideals of personal and social living is the pur-
pose of this oldest Y-Teen Club. For their project they adopted a less for-
tunate family, for whom they collected food and clothing. They planned
many social activities. Presidents of the winter and summer semesters
were Carolyn Hackamack and Barbara Ondrasik.
AMATEUR RADIO-ROW l: Pierson, O'Shaughnessy, Olsson.
ROW ll: Hughes, Trtcroux, Dances, Potter. ROW lll: Meier,
Larsen, Cruise, Gilliland.
AMATEUR RADIO. Have you ever wanted to talk
to someone in Alaska, Japan, or some other far
away country? Each day during lunch time, the
members of the Amateur Radio Club did this, or
something else that had to do with radio. Under
the sponsorship of Mr. Gilliland, this club tried to
help its members to pass their Federal Commun-
ications license test.
TEENTOPPERS. Five feet seven inches or above and
a taste for fun are the requirements for member-
ship in the Teentoppers, a popular club sponsored
by Miss Helen Rollins.
TEEN TOPPERS-ROW l: Gualtieri, Wallis, Chandler, Sickels,
President, Nichols, Moxley, ROW ll: Miss Rollins, sponsor,
Koepp, Back, Del Pozo, Smith, Schuttais, Weaver.
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SQUIRES-ROW I: Orman, Herring, Lien, Marchbanks, Cox. ROW ll: Fraters, sponsor, " W
Kuhns, Perpall, Kezas, Le Grue, Rallis, Armstrong, Campbell, Krant, Aertker, sponsor.
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SQUIRES. The newly organized and highly publicized Squires got oft to a
fine start. Their main activities were helping with registration andienroll-
ment, being in charge ofthe halls during classes, and keeping the cafeteria
under close supervision. Sponsors were Mr. McClean, Mr. Aertker, and Mr.
Fraters, gavel wielders were Warren Lien, winter, and Mel Marchbanks,
ROCKHOUNDS. Have you ever traveled to the A
Building and seen the collection of rocks in the ss-f sss. . A r ,
glass case outside Room A4? These specimens
were collected by the Rockhounds, a popular club ' A .
sponsored by "Pop" Anderson. The only qualifica-
tions necessary for membership in this group is
a genuine interest in geology and a desire to col-
ART HONOR: Unique ideas were always in evidence
at the Art Honor meetings every Tuesday. lt was
then that the club made plans for all their custom-
ary functions, such as selling holly corsages at
Christmas time, and promoting an art sale of work
created in the handicraft' classes.
ART HONOR-ROW l: Haskins, Art, Miller, Hammerschmidt,
Phelan, Budai, Darms. ROW ll: Mrs. Ahrens, McClain, Pul-
len, Douglass, Sinai, Menzel, Wright, Mrs. Hazel. ROW III:
Goolsby, G. Mitchell, Smith, Richards, Barosh, R. Richards.
ROCKHOUNDS-ROW l: Shanklin, Cole, White. ROW ll: Pop Anderson
sponsor, Dorman, Logan, Miss Thompson, sponsor.
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TRI-DEBS - ROVV l: Gattuso, Smith, Villa, Chapparo, Collins. ROW ll: De Vai, A
Lippolis, Arnegard, Ferrucci, Bradbury.
CONTINENTALS-ROW l: Graves, Valenta, McArthur, Bird, Mullens. ROW ll: Murphy,
Reynolds, Youle, Giordano, Hyde, Planey, Gattuso. ROW lll: Rundell, Evans, Donley,
Linderman, Bruscia, Olive.
CONTINENALS. lt never fails. Just when you're having fun, something al-
ways happens. In November the Continentals were having an outdoor party
at one member's house when it started raining in torrents. But this didn't
stop their fun, because they just went into the house and finished their
TRI-DEBS, another Y-Teen club newly organized
this year, rotated with another club in helping in
the gym office after school. At Christmas time they
spent many hours packing boxes of foods and
clothing for unclerpriviliged families. With Judy
Bradbury presiding, the Tri-Debs had many social
events, including swimming parties, slumber par-
ties, and an exciting trip to the pike.
ROGUETTES, one of the new campus clubs, did
their share of school service by helping in the
library at noon whenever they were needed. A
money making proiect, which also took on the na-
ture of a social event, was a cupcake making af-
fair at the home of one of the members.
ROGUETTES-ROW l: Hart Osborn, O'Fcxrrell. Woytko. ROW
ll: Spilholtz, Rockwell, Miles, Groussman, Pittlelkow.
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DELTA-Y-ROW I: Litherland, Leckie, Labo, VanderLaan, Stewart. ROW ll: Davlantes,
Russell, Becker, Musso, Benning, Arellano, Barney, Palmiero.
DELTA-Y, started in October, had their recognition service at the Normandie
Avenue Baptist church, at which time they received their sweaters and V' e
emblems. Since then they have raised money by sponsoring a doughnut "
sale, an enjoyed life by going horseback riding on Saturdays, and hav-
ing a formal dance. For service to the school they worked in Mrs. Neher's
office in the mornings and after school.
PRE-MEDICAL started this year's activities with an
interesting and educational tour through the Gen-
eral Hosptial. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Mary
Kelley, the club continued its activities by taking
trips to U.C.L.A., Rancho de Los Amigos, and
U.S.C. The Pre-Medical Club, which iust started at
Washington this year, is formed of students who
plan to work in the field of medicine.
COQUETTES, combining service and enioyment,
made a valuable addition to Washington's club
system. Although this was their first semester on
the campus these nine girls made a real contrib-
ution toward the efficient running of our school by
working in the gym office after classes. On their
social agenda was a church party.
COQUETTES--ROW I: Von Blocher, Hart. Row ll: Cosgrove,
McLaughlin, Hillyard, Simon, president.
PRE-MEDICAL-ROW l: Laidlaw, Buehner, Robinson, Puder, Pelletier. ROW
ll: Shaw, Ford, Templin, Weaver, Salvinger, Syfritt.
LETTERMAN S CLUB ROW I Orman Smith Wate Blankenship, Lowe, Clift, Power, Price, Ollestad. ROW ll: Levi-
ton Schultz Angelbar Vigar Donaldson Simmons Gherardi Justice, Sanger. ROW III: Smith, Berning, Barrett,
GIRLS' LETTER SOCIETY. Navy blue sweaters
with bright red W's on them are a sign of
membership in the G.L.S. All these girls
spent at least three semesters in G.A.A. and
earned at least six G.A.A. credits. Parties
initiating new members and a trip to the
mountains were the main social events of
GYM CLUB. Clad entirely in white, even to
their soft soled shoes, the Gym Club mem-
bers twisted, turned, and tumbled across
the stage to present one of the best-liked
aud calls of the year. The Gym Club, an
honorary athletic group, is always kept at
a membership of thirty. It is sponsored by
Coach Harry Perry.
GYM CLUB-ROW I: Theiss, Barosh, Krant, Perpall.
McCabe. ROW II: Byfield, Barrow, Danforth, Bar-
rett, Carrington. ROW Ill: Losey, Austin, Hamilton.
Ballard, L. Anderson, Flannigan, Campbell, R. An-
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LETTERMAN'S CLUB-ROW l: DeMaggio, Schreiber, Alt, Calce, Mehlig, Lewis, Anderson, Echols,
Rew, Brudvlg, Harris. ROW ll: Holmes, .lohnson,.Wisdom, Barrett, Kertson, Kezas, Valenzuela,
Wilhelm, Cox. ROW lli: Perpall, Krant, Dortch, Jzikob, Johnston, Wachs, Levitt, Curtis, Lawlor,
LETTERNlAN'S CLUB. Boasting the record of selling the most
tickets to any athletic event, the Letterman's Club under the
guidance of Coach Sanders, and piloted by winter president
Don Lowe and summer president Wayne Rew, completed
one of the most outstanding years in Letterman's history. The
semi-annual Award Banquet was highlighted by honored
guest and speaker, "Hustling" Hugh McElhenny, an ex-
Don Lowe, winter Letterman president, sells football pro-
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ardson, Graham, Carmichael, Buehner, Morretti. ROW ll: Knudson, Sullivan, Wickham, Cummings, Deibel, Fragia-
como, Robinson, Waite, Winker, Henzgen, Smith, McCaIlson, Cox, Osman, Davis. ROW III: Lawlor, Slavens, Lewis,
Lytle, Correia. Herman, ToFFel, Curtis, Brannan, Heming, Levitt, Buff, Malakowsky.
USHER SQUAD. The first combination of boys meeting and the Clef Club show as well as at
and girls, ushered at the evening P.-T.A. all aud calls.
JUNIOR ADELPHIANS attempted to stretch
hands across the sea in order to know and
understand people of all nations. Europe
was the destination of the CARE packages
which these industrious te n t h graders
bought out of their own treasury. They also
visited the Spastic Home to entertain the
ADELPHIANS. "T ell m e another story,
please," said Ricky, a little boy at the Spas-
tic Home to Mary Carlson. This request is
familiar to the Adelphians. who entertain
these children as one of their principal
- ADELPHIANS - ROW I: Carlson, Finnick, Davies,
Z Pack, Greene, Caras, Shorten, Newman, Faulkner.
ROW ll: Fiske, Bozeman, Holisl-cy, Howland, Brig-
JUNICR ADELPHIANS-ROW l: Labo, Bone, Enlund, Allen, Luncleen, Manolio, Platt, Hai- anti, Schneider, Ciccarello, Riggs, Mrs. Fitzpatrick,
din, Nygord. ROW Il: Gich, Davlantes, Terrell, Palmiero, Currie, Jaunke, McArthur, Bird, sponsor. ROW Ill: Van Hoorebeke, Laird, Godso
Herzog, sponsor. ROW Ill: Paul, Huntling, Federer, Sellers, South, Garrison, Gloss, Bowen, Brooks, Starr, Hohn, Mathewson, Shay, Robinson
Manny. ROW IV: Mouitz, Leckie, Sims, Allen, Vanderlaan, Palmer, Nuttman, Gorce, ROW IV: Russel, Nunnick, Hackamack, Bishop,
D'Arvin, Bostleman, Kelly, Carlson, Wright.
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP-ROW I: Rev. John J. Verreau, Robinson, S. Mason, Gillie, Jayne, Slight, Foot, Schaupp Mr
Stone. ROW Il: Syfritt, Bryarly, Trobarelli, Rich, Geist, Johnson, Overstreet, Causer, Richards, Robinson. ROW II
Knight, Cleland, McDonald, Wilson, D. Mason, Sabin, Yoakam, Simon.
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP. Placing spiritual values above all
others, this group met to study the Bible and pray together
each Tuesday when a short devotional was given by Wes
Harty, associate pastor and teacher. Fridays were given to
outside speakers and musical entertainment provided by the
members of the Los Angeles Youth For Christ. All were
welcome to attend these meetings and hear the various
speakers which included Bill Morgan, John Ketching, Gene
French, and pastors from different churches.
CHRONIANS. Scenic trips in California and special assem-
blies headed the activities of the Chronians. Members
learned of California's romantic history by visiting many
of its historic spots and attending its historical events. Some
of these were the Los Pasadas at Padua Hills, a Christmas
play in Spanish, El Campo de Cahienga where a treaty with
John C. Fremont was signed, the San Fernando mission, and
San Diego, where Cabrillo landed and began Spanish
occupation of California.
CHRONIANS-ROW I: Lavenbeig, Finnick, Davies, president, Masten,
Kandalec, Sinai. ROW ll: Bone, Englund, Wright, Laucett, Steel. ROW
III: Miss Hodgens, sponsor, Carson, Tevlin, Sullivan.
TOP LEFT: "Aw, Ma, not yet." RIGHT: Two pieces of
matter cannot occupy the some place at the same time:
Proof-two banged fenders. MIDDLE LEFT: Follow
the directions carefully and hope for the best. RIGHT:
The popcorn line seems to be the most popular place
on the campus. BOTTOM LEFT: "Oh well, I guess l
won't eat this noon." MIDDLE: Anxious faces await
the results in cr volleyball game. RIGHT: Whoops!
Looks like those extra books iust don't fit.
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ORCHESTRA-ROW I: Pickrell, Lofgren, Zadrick, Rich, Pierce, Knudson, Valler, Matson, Loyd, Roberts, Chapman, Moxley. ROW ll: Cole, Sutton, Sal-
vinger, Day Roth, Sylvester, Pendleton, Johnson, Pierce, Maxwell, Rockwood, Groussman, Russell, Weems. ROW Ill: Ritchie, Caudle, Sims, Kelson,
Van Valkenburg, Shanklin, Fritsche. ROW IV: Miner, Dorman, Abbott, Mason.
ORCHESTRA. With a flick of a bow and the blare of a French the Christmas program, and both graduations can be attrib-
horn, the school Orchestra started its daily stint of rehearsing uted to the music of the Orchestra. Under the leadership of
for the school shows and assemblies. All the members en- Mr. Abbott, they played almost anything from Beethovan to
ioyed it, for music is their language. Much of the success of the iazziest iazz.
the Fall and Spring Clef Club Reviews, the Gershwin Review,
The talented baton of Mr. Abbott peps up the Band.
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demonstrates her manner of playing as Mrs. Davise, sponsor, Donna
Mason, Don Monson, and Joan Goodwin look on.
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A CAPPELLA-ROW l: Halverson, Paradice, Gich, Smith, Flanegin, Mark, Laven, Gordon, Hart, Soule, Williams, Brown, Stevenson, Labo, Hinds
Kandalec, Johnson. ROW ll: Caplan, Hamilton, Cahan, Edwards, Shrum, Donley, Armstrong, Markovitz, Toland, Restorik, Malone, Boldt, Quaranta
Munson, Catalano, Clark, McBride, Cronk, Herron, Burroughs, Hand, Mr. Lyman. ROW lll: Glatz, Larson, Denoncourt, Brooks, Wegner, Livingston
Malakowsky, Monson, Ruef, Lewis, Baker, Bottin, Briganti, Ahrendts, Holt, Dudley, Gattuso, Hansen, Cronshaw, Darms. ROW IV: Buehner, Spotkov
Norton, Popelar, Clark, Carlson, Kuhn, Kezas, Tschumi, Aldridge, Drozda, Baxter, McLaurin, Griesser, Wright, Sperry, Kasson, Patsey, Tonge, Richards
ROW lV: Kronen, McClung, Fiske, Murphy, Carroll, Eckberg, Clift, Aiello, Lang, Stone, Biggs, Persson, Poff, Wade, Peebler, Poppe, Albano, Johnson
A CAPPELLA CHOIR. "All right, tenors, sing it
right. You're not sopranos," warned Mr. David
Lyman during the daily rehearsal of the A Cap-
pella Choir. The choir has earned the reputation
of being one of the best in Los Angeles. This ac-
counts for the numerous offers they received to
appear for special occasions. Among these were
the Bach Festival, the Choir Festival at Pomona
College, and appearances at the Statler and
Huntington Hotels. Between rehearsals and per-
formances the choir took time out to hear solos of
the members who failed to hang up their robes
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BAND. Playing at the Ram vs. Greenbay Packers
football game at the Coliseum was the highlight
of a busy season for the school band, co-march-
ing with the Drum and Bugle before a crowd of
50,000. School spirit was boosted by the Band's
lively antics at all home games and rallies, and at
the Washington-Fremont football game at Wrig-
ley Field. In April, under the leadership of Mr.
Abbott, the Band gave a double assembly con-
cert. One of the high spots of the show was the
fine performance of "Park Avenue Fantasy," fea-
turing solos by Bob Caudle and Bill Malakowsky,
BAND-ROW I: Saleh, Barry, Sims, Powell, Hopper, Wilson, Doria, Aiello, Annis, Crooks, Hollingshead, Vollmer, Ral-
ston, Calfee. ROW ll: Sipple, Ritchie, Velinty, Forman, Heinple, Brown, Toland, Dorman, Bald, Clark, Ferruzzo, Carter.
ROW Ill: Abbott, sponsor, Pittelkow, Day, Bower, Shanklin, Flora, Baines, Wells, Sanford, Blanke, Drum Maior. ROW
IV: Caudle, Klattenberg, Malakowsky, Cohn, McDonnell, White.
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THESPIANS-ROW I: Lloyd, Cos-
grove, Van Blocker, Kodil, Sinai,
Blodgett. ROW Il: Clark, Miller,
Castillo, Shorten, Willis, Thorne,
Simon, Dardius, Hughes, Ehlers.
ROW lll: Adkins, sponsor, Youle,
Bliven, Frantz, Bosnak, Arrabito
Keillor, Smith, Smouse. ROW IV:
Brooks, Kleinbauer, Wilkes
Scott, Lippert, Stevens, Levison
MacKinnon, sponsor. ROW V:
Eskro, Harbuch, Hopper, Calbage,
DRAMA. Reading lines from
Shakespeare's p l a y s and
producing the senior play
and the noon dramas were
activities of the drama clas-
ses and the Thespian Club.
The work of the stage crew
was invaluable to them in
all auditorium shows.
STAGE CREW-ROW I: S:url:ler
manager, Cassity, Vitali. Cran-
dall. Hendrickson. ROW II: Mr.
Abbott, sponsor, Jepsen, Vance
SOUND CREW. Setting up
equipment was the chief
duty of the Sound Crew,
those efficient boys w h o
made the assemblies and
other school events function
SOUND CREW - ROW l: Simp-
son, Abboti, B i r d, Pierson.
O'Snaughnessy. ROW Il: Staun-
ton, Hughes, Theroux. Olsson,
Dances, Potter. ROW lll: Gilli-
land, Meier, Larsen, Deason, An-
F I L M PROJECTIONISTS
showed pictures to various
classes as their chief duty.
While running off the films,
they acquired much helpful
FILM PROJECTIONISTS-ROW l
Manderback, Baker, Morrow
Weber, Simone. ROW ll: Acosta
Manderbach, Spence, B. Vance
Mr. Noonan, sponsor, Fergeson.
Caldwell. ROW lll: Osmen, Ol-
sen, Hall, Vance, Forbes, Mit-
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DRUM AND BUGLE. The whistle shrilled, the
baton flashed, the drums rolled and Washing-
ton's D and B corps stepped off to a successful
year of fine performances. Dressed in neat white
skirts and flashing red iackets they marched
in their precise rhythm at rallies and football
games while the admiring student body watched
with eager interest as they strutted through their
clever routines. Highlights of the football sea-
son were the Ram's game where the corps held
the audience spellbound as they entered the
Coliseum and performed to the theme of "Toy-
land." First they became a toy airplane, then
they formed an enormous bell as they stepped
to the rhythm of the familiar Christmas song,
"Jingle Bells," later they marched to the strains
of "Wooden Soldiers" and spelled out Noel,
last they donned white knit gloves and waved
their hands in rhythm as they paraded to the
tune of "St. Louie Blues." They were hosts to
Fremont at Wrigley Field in addition to appear-
ing at league games at Washington.
CHEERLEADERS. Decked in pink pants and blue
shirts, the cheerleaders received a rousing wel-
come from the fans whenever they made their
grand entrance in Jerry Campbell's checker-
board car. These guys really went all out to
work up school spirit. What dolls they were in
those crazy hats! And how really loaded with
talent they were! They organized a swing combo
and were good enough to make the finals in
the talent quest. Since they were short on in-
struments, Bob Armstrong used his initiative
and played both piano and trumpet.
CHEERLEADERS-B. Armstrong, D. Armstrong, Campbell. CHEERLEADER' M Cox G Kezas J Campbell B
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DRUM 8. BUGLE-ROW I: Chapman, Windal, Anderson, Miska, McEIhenny, Doerges, Pierce, Frost, Kelley, Arrison, Laird, Diefenbach, Shaw, Sher-
burne, Patterson, Sheldon, Boldra, Gich. ROW ll: Pack, Cannon, Fife, Whitman, Reeve, Durant, Reiman, Kelly, Haycock, Moulder, Bentley, Steinmetz
Beazley, Watson, Terran, McClung. ROW Ill: Edmonds, Mazon, Caras, Schoeplin, Faulkner, Cahan, Gilbert, Morrison, Batley, Barker, Morgan
Darcey, Mason, Magretto, Taylor, Nagy, Chambers, Wallis. ROW IV: Riiggs, Shorten, Greene, Hovey, Dineen, Dapro, McKendry, Tucker, Engberg,
Walther, Wilburn, Jorgensen, Goeman, Anderson, Lindsey, Ciccarello, Krolich, Popelar, Terra, Larsen, Luebke.
SONG LEADERS. A new word, vivaciousness,
was added to the old cliche, vim, vigor, and
vitality, to describe these pert misses. Their
clever routines at rallies required many hours
of practice. They designed and made their
own costumes and invented the cute steps
they used. At the gym and baseball rally they
did an original routine to the song, "Take
Me Out To The Ball Game," using as props
baseball caps and bats borrowed from the
team. This group really endeared itself to
the whole student body.
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Patterson, J. Shaw, S. Engberg. Engberg, J. Pierce.
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SURVEYOR. Interviewing, cover-
ing assignments and beats, proof
reading, making up the dummy,
and writing headlines, news stor-
ies, editorials and captions were
some of the many tasks of the
Surveyor staff. Puzzled heads
shook and typewriters clicked
furiously as the staff members
tried to produce the finished pro-
duct before deadline time each
week. As the fourth period tardy
bell rang each day, every staff
reporter hastened to his respec-
tive box, in the Surveyor office,
lBungaIow 'I91 if you don't al-
ready knowl to discover the day's
assignments put there by the ed-
itor. Then off they scampered to
various parts of the campus with
pencil and paper to get the news
and interpret it to the students.
While the reporters were cov-
ering the assignments, the staff
office was buzzing with eager
workers. The Editor-in-Chief, to-
gether with the other staff heads,
were putting the pages in order
and making the needed correc-
tions and adiustments of copy.
The photographers also w e r e
not idle, spending hours taking
pictures of class officers, as well
as sports, and other events.
SURVEYOR STAFF-ROW I: Power, Taub, Spotkov MacLean Gnesser
Freckleton, Harris, Herman. ROW II: Cosgrove Sinai Sills Hillyard Weg
ner, Carson. ROW III: Levin, Stubin, Robinson Chick Shaffer Fleming
Reina, Soderberg, sponsor.
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Rolleen Spotkov, and Lyle Herman look over a
sutrve or spoil i ghts the svlzool news
VOCATIONAL PRINTERS. The linotypes clicked
and the printing presses rumbled while these
specially trained boys went about their various
tasks of printing the Continental, the Surveyor,
graduation programs, and all the printed forms
used about school. Instructor "Doc" Burnett is
iustly proud of this group and Washington's
well equipped print shop, who behind the
scenes, turn out printing for nearly every school
event during the year. Their publications con-
sistently receive superior ratings and bonus
points for printing when iudged in nationwide
VOCATIONAL PRINTERS-ROW l: Sparks, Fordiani, Hanson, Schloss
Hutchins, Holzworth, Callahan, Hale. ROW ll: Farrell, Swenson
McGee, Nydam, Anderson, Higginbotham, Stevenson, Burnett
sponsor. ROW Ill: Minton, DeMaio, O'Connell, Lincoln, White
Wicker, Busby, Hunter.
"Doc" Burnett demonstrates how to operate the Miehle
TOP: Maureen Cross busily types while
other stat? members discuss yearbook
problems. BOTTOM: Peggy Merrill
consults Tad Price as Duane Alt ob-
serves Larry Simmons performing a
difficult task on the paper cutter.
CONTINENTAL. Way out between
the boys' and girls' gyms, strand-
ed and rather lonely looking be-
hind the tennis courts, stands
Bungalow 33. To many students
this is iust another of the many
bungalows used for English,
math, or civics, but to those who
really know, it is one of the bus-
iest and most interesting places
on the campus, for every fifth
p e rio d the Continental Staff
works there to produce the school
annual. From .September .l5,
when the first discussion of a
possible theme began, until early
June, when the book went to
press, an enthusiastic group of
workers toiled over picture
schedules, club lists, copy writ-
ing, measuring and cropping
pictures, pasting up the dummy,
and the thousand and one things
that go into the making of an
annual. Under the leadership of
Peggy Merrill and Duane "Red"
Alt, the work finally got done.
Their goal for the year was an-
other All American Continental.
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CONTINENTAL STAFF-ROW I: Cross, Merrill, editor, Drysdcnle
ROW Il: Syfriti, Zucker, Wegner, Hackomuck, Ondrcnsik, Costello
Rew. ROW III: Miss Miller, sponsor: Alf, Cox, Suliivan, Simmons.
Price, Miss Knapp, sponsor.
Judy McKendry and Larry Snyder add entertainment at the fall Sadie.
You can see Spring is here again as the guys begin to primp, and someone in the line behind
Coach White yells, "Hurry up. It's my turn."
22-G.A.A. Play Day
Sadie Hawkins Dance
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2-Clef Club Assembly
3-Senior Mothers' Tea
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Gym Club Assembly
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ball during the game with Fremont. MIDDLE: The cheer-
leaders are peppy in their combo. BOTTOM: Lively chatter
and cokes are a good finale to Sports Night.
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LEFT TO RIGHT. TOP TO BOTTOM. Pop Anderson, in his fashionable
shorts, receives an orchid from Dr. Fisher at the Senior-Faculty bas-
ketball game. Larry Snyder and Jean Fife portray a dancing team
of the early twenties. Outstanding faculty athletes do some muscle
flexing before the Senior-Faculty basketball game. Towering Dale
Brudvig is empty handed while midget Marshall Cox practically
carries a library. Everyone wants to get into the picture. See if you
can find yourself. The Band and Drum and Bugle forms a W. H. at
the Garfield game. Expressions of the onlookers indicate an exciting
pingpong game. Everyone looks for the ball as Coach Perry spots
it. "Lucky" John Leckie rezeives an F.B.L.A. football. An energetic
crowd surrounds a table at the end of lunch in the cafeteria. Activ-
ities in the quad during noon make lunch time not so dreary. This
is what every Washington football player dreams of before a game.
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Blankenship, Jepsen. ROW III: Alonzo, LeGrue, J. Austin, Lowe, Barrett, Wisdom, Aguilar, Brannon, Radcliffe, Tschumi, Hill, Phillips, Gra
lewski, Firgenchick, Coach Herman. ROW III: Coach Sanders, Bloom, Brown, Rush, Loudenback, Pontrelli, Mellin, Hilfrich, Farguahar, Mos
crop, Kirkpatrick, Sandberg, Foster, Coach Culler. ROW IV: Tisdale, Bounds, Inbrenda, Goloff, Pof"f, Peterson, Ferguson, Boyd, Goodale
Steed, Gilmore, Eazel, Collella, Mgr. ROW IV: Steel, Dragotta, Butt, Brush, Carroll, Brandt, Campbell, Orman, Bell, Wagner, F. Austin
VARSITY FOOTBALL. Coach CuIIer's football squad started the season
in a polished manner by downing Poly in a game which saw Dave
Barrett scampering to two touch-downs. In the league curtain riser
the highly rated Garfield backs were unable to pierce the Army's for-
ward wall, as the Generals danced to a stirring triumph. Washington
was handed a virtual stab-in-the-back as stellar backs Don Lowe, Fred
Austin, and Vern Wagnor were all sidelined with iniuries. The Generals
came back to life in the final game by squeezing out an exciting vic-
tory over Roosevelt. Captain Jim Palmer was voted most valuable
player and John Austin was awarded the "Most Inspirational"
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ROW ll: Coach Perry, Christian. ROW lll: Darby, Gherardi, McAnany.
"B" FOOTBALL-ROW I: Clifton, Lamont, Ollestad, Hunter, Gheradi, Young, Lewis, ln-
ferrera, Johnson. ROW ll: Clark, Loid, Gerson, Wells, Stuckey, Baffa, Leviton, Chich,
Stickler, Ragazzl, Roberts. ROW Ill: Baker, Byers, Terrell, Lawlor, Darby, Dalton, Mose-
rep, Lyons, O'Farrell, Dauiso, Coach Perry. ROW lV: Dick, McAnnany, Barrett, Christian,
Villasenor, Diaz, Baker, Gibson, Chase, Hayes, Collins, Higgenbothom, Ferlazzo.
"B" FOOTBALL. Coach Perry's B football
l team went right to work as they defeated
L Garfield in the league opener, l2-7. The
Junior Generals threw a scare into Fremont
as they shot to an early game lead, but
faultered in the closing minutes. Darby and
Gherardi, voted co-captains, sparked the
backtield while O'Farrell was the bullwork
of the front line. The B's were piloted by
ace quarterback Christian, while Darby
was voted "Most Valuable Player."
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VARSITY BASKETBALL-ROW I: Echols, Galceran, DeMaggio, Cox, Venne,
Martinez. ROW ll: Anderson, Kertson, Longoria, Crowther, Brudvig, Pugh,
Brooks, Pavesic, Otero, Coach Sanders.
VARSITY BASKETBALL. This
year's casaba squad got oft to
a blazing start by shellacing
Garfield 67-29, but slowed up
a bit by dropping four
straight, but very close, tilts.
Highlight of the season was
our stunning 49-47 upset over
Fremont's highly rated Path-
finders. Next year's varsity five
should improve this year's re-
cord of three wins and seven
losses, although most of our
defeats were so close that the
games co'Uld have gone either
way. Because of the eight re-
turning lettermen fro m the
varsity and many promising
stars up from the J.V.'s and
B's, next year's varsity should
be a good bet for the South-
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J.V. BASKETBALL--ROW l: Wetmore, Gregg. Seright, Alt, Justice, Biggs, Blackstad. ROW ll:
Cox, Smith, Lee, Reina, Franzon, Freeze. ROW Ill: Coach Sanders, Love, Cruise, Hirsch, Hickson,
Stark, San Miguel, Brooks, Rothwell, Erich Coach Herman.
J.V. BASKETBALL. The newly
organized J.V. basketball team
played great ball, and tied
for second place in the tough
Southern League. Coach Her-
man's fine crew won 7, lost
3 in league played. Sparked
by the excellent play of Duane
Alt in the first round and Rich
Rebsher in the second, the
Generals put up a strong bid
forthe league crown, but were
nosed out by Manual in the
final game. The first string
consisted of Rebsher and
Blackstad, forwards, Franzon
and Smith, guards, and Hick-
LEFT: Pugh tips to Brudvig as the Generals roll over Garfield RIGHT
DeMaggio steals ball as Brudvig looks on in amazement
B BASKETBALL. F i g h ti n g
scoring-great floorplay were
qualities which enabled the
General B's to nab second in
the rough Southern League
this year. The deadly shooting
of seniors Dick Schreiber and
Tad Price, the fine floor play
of guards Jim Holmes and
Mike Cordray, the accurate
hook shots of center Lynn Lev-
itt, and the team work of
many more helped C o a c h
White's crew put up a strong
bid for the league title only to
be edged by Roosevelt in an
overtime c o n t e st on the
"C" BASKETBALL. The General
C team this year found the
going a little tough, losing a
few more games than they
won, although the season's
highlight was a fine win over
Jefferson C's. The Denker Dan-
dies, lacking in height, made
up for it with their fine spirit.
Coach White's inexperienced
crew lost nine and won one
in league play. The team was
sparked by the fine play of
guards Don Mangani and Tom
Pullian, forwards Terry Wehr
and Phil Laloggia, and their
fine center, Jim Swenson. Terry
Wehr was the top point maker.
LEFT Officials have a last minute check be-
fore an important game. RIGHT: Generals
give victory yell after defeating Fremont.
B BASKETBALL-ROW I: Holmes, Price, Schreiber, Levitt, Cordray. ROW ll: Coach White, Rett-
berg, Moretti, Wilhelm, Crown. ROW Ill: Vir-tue, Johnson, Evans, Whitehouse, Clark, Cord,
C BASKETBALL-ROW l: Coach White, Ench, Mc Fadden, Greif, American. ROW ll: Mangani,
Deiro, Benson, Swenson, Pulliam, Wehr.
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Bill Donaldson Bill Forney Mike Minovich Dennis O'ReiIly Jerry Sanger Larry Simmons
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VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY-ROW l: Clif., Tutin, Mimovich, Voss. ROW ll: COACH
Wachtler, Johnson, Sanger, Donaldson, O'Reilly, Farrell, Slavens.
CROSS COUNTRY. Coach John Wacht-
ler's 1952 cross country squad was
sparked by the record breaking perfor-
mances of captain Harry Tutin. Early in
the season ace Army harrier Tutin began
his phenominal string of victories by
breaking the school record in each con-
secutive meet until he pulled in against
Jefferson with a spectacular 9:33 to
fracture the General course record set
in l95O by Rodriquez of Downey at
9:40. Blistering the courses as consistent
second man was O'Rielly. Surprising ev-
eryone, the J.V. crew blazed to a seventh
place in the city against extremely tough
competition. The tenth grade harriers
garnered only a single league victory
due to lack of depth.
Howard Tonger Ed Voss
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47 JEFFERSON . . . . . .20
JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY-ROW I: Couch Wachtler, Simmons, Tonger, Johnson,
Voss. ROW Il: Gregory, Grcmzow, Cooper, Barosh, Minovich. Forney, Poretta, O'ConneIl.
TENTH GRADE CROSS COUNTRY-ROW I: Nall, Schmitz, White, Succa, Reece. ROW II:
Couch Wachtler, Chase, Schaffer, Uiferlo-ck, Bofiin, Palazzo, McKee, manager.
Pat Barosh Russ Perpall
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VARSITY GYMNASTICS-ROW l: Redding, Donforth, Perpall, Krant, Wate, Ollstead, Flan-
nigan, Losey, Theiss. ROW ll: Abila, l. Anderson, Norstrom, R. Anderson, Davis, Camp-
bell, Barrow, Rooke, Segelke, McGuire, Postal, Coach Perry. ROW Ill: Hanson, lmbriale.
Hall, Plant, Derrick, Barosh, Levitt, McCabe, Whittington, Stomos, Morris, Byfield. ROW
IV: Kramer, Wright, Houston, Grant, Hons, Thompson, Van Horne, Deoson, Soto, Datho.
GYM TEAM. lf you were to walk into
the gym any day after school, it would
look as though a three ring circus
were in progress. Dick Kramer, top
notch hemp climber, piled up a strong
number of points in this event. Excel-
ling in free exercise were Russ Per-
pall and Don Krant. Number one
bronco rider on the side horse was
Norm Ollestead. Crown scorer for
Coach Perry's gyrnnasts was Chuck
Whittington, who displayed his tal-
ents on the long horse, high bar,
rings and tumbling. Bob Deason, top
high bar man, added many points to
the Washington cause. Don Wate
helped keep the Generals in the heat
of league competition with conquests
on the parallels. Always reliable on
the rings was Eric Byfield. Star tum-
bler for the army was Rich Davis.
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VARSITY TRACK-ROW I: Christiansen, Phillips, Armstrong, Hemsley, Eastman, Felger, Donaldson
ROW II: Kirkpatrick, Mgr., Ferguson, Clift, Farrell, Rew, Brudvig, Kezas, Cox, Buoscio, Goloff, Sear
Mgr. ROW III: Coach Wachtler, Gregory, Helfrich. Laycox, LeNoue, Radcliffe, Butt, McCullough
Rubalcava, Whitehouse, Price, Barosh, Tutin, Slavens, Mgr., Coach Sanders. ROW IV: Moncreif, Mel-
lin, Walker, Correia, Marleau, Pontrelli, O'Reilley, Schmidt, Akers, Simmons, Earley, Forney, Cooper
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Wimien, V.llasenor, Vltali
ROW ll: Slavens, Mgr., Gran-
zow, Faucett, Taylor, Kessler,
Buchea Levitt, Aya izn Baf-
fa, Terrell, Hohener, Westpha-
Ien. ROW III: Coa:h Wacht-
ler, Dortch, Gresnup Dalton
Eisenberg, O s m a n, Quon
Moscrop, Baker, Chase, Licasi
Stickler, White, Coa:h San-
ders. ROW IV: Ries, Willielm
Groves, Minovich, Virtue, May-
field, Lyons, Dominic Parret-
ta, Valawciy, Long, Di:z
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Headley, Gordon, Schwind
ROW ll: Coach Wachtler,
Slick, Spears, Bennett, Kaltl,
Amerian, Piazza, LaLoggia
Norsworthy, Colch Sfnders.
TRACK. Dennis O'Rielly, star 880 man led the
General scoring with the amazing total of six
first places, including one in the all Southern
meet. Skyscraping pole vaulter Al Rubacalva
shared the limelight by consistently vaulting 12'
plus, to nab a tie for first in the Southern finals
and register a best of 12' 6". Six-foot-five shot
putter Dale Brudvig and the varsity relay team,
consisting of LeNue, Brudvig, Cox, Price, Rew,
Simmons, Donaldson, and Laudenback, bolstered
the Army efTorts by scoring fourth place in the
Dixie finlas. Grabbing consistent places for the
Red and Blue were Laudenback 100 and 220,
Rew, broadiump, Donaldson, 440, Tutin, mile,
and LeNue all around. High men for the B's and
C's were pole vaulter Rich Virtue and hurdler
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Harris, Curtis, Mangani, Mr. Shanks, coach.
Jim Pugh serving, as doubles team Pugh and Mangani
defeat Sala and Curtis.
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charges at the net, stir-
ring victories, close de-
feats. This was the story
of the Washington Rack-
eteers. Led by Don Man-
gani, Washington's all-
leaguer, and Bucky Jac-
obs, captain and fine per-
former, the Washington
tennis team showed an
infinite amount of spirit.
Mike Quaranta and Jim
Pugh showed class as a
double te a m. t'Lefty"
Logan Clark and Dick
Virtue showed well for
their first year,
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ROW ll: C. Caldwell, Holmes, Rebesher, Shatter, F. Pobanz, Loudenback, Coach White.
ROW Ill: Dale, Mgr.g N. Pobanz, Weinberg, Cihlar, Galceran, Robinson, Lauderdale, Buff,
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Griel, Miller, Biggs, Hamilton, C Grawliski, Frazon, Varnado, Wright. ROW Ill: Echols,
Miner, Chapman, Fleming, Carroll, Handy, Clifton, Thompson, Brooks
VARSITY AND JV BASEBALL. With fine team
spirit and the inspired words of Coach White,
the '53 Washington baseball team looked for-
ward to a successful season in the tough Dixie
loop. The team was sparked by a host of
lettermen from last year's squad and a few
promising newcomers. The Generals lost a
heartbreakei' to Garfield in their first league
game, but soon recovered and started their
drive for the Southern League crown. The
Generals' fine competitive spirit and well
balanced squad should put them at the top
of close to ii, at season's end. The JV team
looked good in practice games, but found
the going a little tough when the league
started, although they showed quite a few
promising stars for next year's varsity.
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Dick Harris Dennis Loudenback Merle Lauderdale
Fred Pobanz Norbert Pobanz Dick Reberscher
Danny Robinson Ar? Shaffer Bill Smith
SWIMMING TEAM-ROW I: Hill, Cummings, Reeves Hickey, John-
ston, Pritchet, Ryer, Valenzuella, Flynn. ROW Il: Roberts, Roth,
Dutton, Kruse, Orcher, Osborne, Lawlor, Sanchez. ROW lll:
Shanks, Crown, Martin, Sandberg, Kays, Thomas, Bates, Lippert,
SWIMMING AND WRESTLING. The varsity swim men
had a better than even chance to take the city league,
edging Huntington Park 48 to 29 in their first meet. The
most promising swimmers were Venzuela, Ryer, John-
son, Thomas, and Krant. The B's edged Huntington Park
39 to 33, while the C's nodded I9 to 18. The wrestling
class, better known as the grunt and groan boys, con-
centrated onthe finer points of scientific wrestling.
The Swimming Team won City League Championship.
wrestl i n g and
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G.A.A. CABINET-ROW l: Bell, L. Pead, E. Pead, Chandler. ROW ll: Angelos, Hill, Bruce,
Hackamack, Drysdale. ROW ll: Rockwell, Nunnink, Totten, Wegner, Whitman, Cox, Luebke.
WINTER G.A.A. Fun, Friends, and Frolic were key words in the W'52 G.A.A.
program. The semester's fun began with the Rally held for sign up of sports
and the election of songleaders. Through the ingenious Time Machine
Washington's G.A.A. and their guests traveled to the world of Abstracasia
into the year 2052. This stunning, history-making event took place at Wash-
ington's G.A.A. futuristic playday. As the Algonqunis, we visited Fremont
for their unusual Turkey Trot Playclay. The results of the elections were
announced at the Highland Fling Breakfast.
athletic girls in action
Pity the poor target, these girls are really good. Aw, shucks! That hoop is too small.
G.A.A. BOARD-ROW I: Carmichael, Bruce, Pead, Nunnink, Rockwell, Bishop. ROW II:
Kandalec, Angelos, Cox, Boldra, Bozeman, Morrish. ROW Ill: Russel, Buehner, Drysdale,
Rocuth, McTaggart', Soule, Carter.
SUMMER G.A.A. Sports, playdays, and banquets were again etioyed by
sports minded girls. Ukes, charlestons, and racoon coats were the rage at
Westchester's crazy Flapper U. Plclyday, which was attended by the Bo Wo
Shki sorority of Washington's G.A.A. How to be a Popular Marlha was the
theme of the aud sponsored by the G.A.A. for the enioyment of Washington's
mothers and daughters visiting the campus on Cotton Day.
Surprisingly enough, these hockey players do come out whole. Caught in the act One more strike and you re out
Dave Barrett, 46, runs back punt return in the Garfield game.
TOP LEFT: Stan DiMaggio avoids a determined Jefferson player. TOP
RIGHT: DiMaggio attempts a hook shot. BOTTOM: Bill Smith passes across
court while a puzzled Jefferson quintet stands helpless.
Tracksters Donncaldson cmd O'ReilIy Iecdthe pack during ct cross country practice.
0 ' several sports
Caldwell attempts a daring slide.
AI Rubcxcavcl sails over the bar at twelve feet.
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man body in her physiology I class.
Genevieve Ahrenf Glenn Coy Lester Heilman Theodore Kelly
Calherife Mazfvig Norman Noonan
Muriel Sessions Daniel Siemens Helen Spears
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The child care class observes chiIdren's behavior while
they entertain their small guest.
The library is a place for quiet study for hundreds of
students as well as a place to meet one's friends.
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Polly Pitthan John Sanders Edward Shanks
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a complele chorus.
Wilfred Abboll Mary Davise David Lyman Mary Warnock
Benevieve Ahrensliafherine Hazell Henrielfe Miller T. Werminghaus
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Iva Adkins Mildred Bell Sylvia Fizhman Urania Garner Jessie Gill Juelle Heaion
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Rebecca Reece Antonia Sintes Elizabeth Tallis
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theorem to his interested class. BOTTOM: A professional
business woman visits Mr. Plant's business machine
class and demonstrates the intricate operation of the
HOMEROOMS C203, Cl4O, CT94, C195-ROW l: Parker, Wolfe, Willahan, Monk, Lytle, Maugeri, McGee, von Bloeker, Osdale, Nolan, Minter
J. Reis, Lundsdal, Rice. ROW ll: Montesano, Leapson, Morgan, Slover, Klier, Santoro, Lehr, Semmens, Lien, D. Smith, McDermott, Miller, Kukoly
Moore, Ogle, M. Jones, Lee, L. Reis. Myers. ROW lll: Moeser, McCombs,.Kay, Schaupp, Puckett, Regan, Paynter, Maier, Rothwell, Kohl, Lind, Sickels
Reynolds, Kronen, Kirton, La Mothe, Rosenberg, Mathany. ROW IV: Kline, Koepp, Pitman, B. Smith, Stark, K. Oleson, Pollaccia, Olivadoti, Seboldt
Stone, Pemberton, Parker, Mehlig, Nlallon, K. Jones Mauer, Lunclblad, Sarlowe, Junkin, Koonse. ROW V: Frontino, Pollock, Parsons, Preece, Bliven
Woodson, Williams, Martinet, Quackenbush, Preston, Tangen, Piazza, Wyckhouse, Williams. ROW Vl: Daniel, Pieper, Muller, Olsen, Valway, Tutt
Molnar, Maugeri, Tracy, Carlson, Wallis, Moon, Ordas, Wilson, Witherby, Watson, Wintien, Pollock, Mallyon, Pelayo, Overstreet, O'Toole, Morsk.
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erson, White, Vanatta, Gilmore, Derendinger, Harmon, Jordon, Hart. ROW ll: Hawkins, Houlihan, Green, Hall, Hackelman, Georgi, Hahn, Urkov
Velarde, Collins, Witt, Thomas, Schweigert, Townsend, Johnson, Mecllin,S:1rard, Decker. ROW Ill: Hall, Wann, Isaacson, Hall, Fowler, Grogan
Gaston, Grant, Goodwin, Vaughan, VanDerWyh, Youngman, Mordica, Wallace, Denman, Miller, Halford, Walker. ROW IV: Alsup, Anderson, Felo-
man, Dragotto, Amador, Dutton. ROW V: Blecksmith, Baas, Corbett, Bragia, Dvorak, Ball, Baldiwin, Chapman, Bardett, Dater, Birdsall, Balsley, Eng-
lish, English, Bartlett, Anthony, Bennett, Bonanno, Davis, Canaan, Craccitiole, Blare.
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necker, Beals, Caswell, Collins, Beam, Bee, Barton, Conkey, Banks. ROW ll: Reid, Steele, Teti, Greenup, Steinmetz, Christiansen, Bradach Cuppett,
Becker, Birk, Colwell, Button, Berger, Colvett, Testerman, Tippin, Thompson, Riklla, Gladson, Gray, ROW Ill: Group, Hayward, Rule, Gralewski,
Thomas, Raps, Scholle, Thompson, Thomas, Link, Smith, Kays, Johnson, Lewis, Floyd, Galucci. ROW IV: Holman, Hamman, Rukin, Ranieri. ROW
V: Ferris, Lester, Gorton, Simone, Turner, Kovacevich, Reeves, Theriault, Spears, Soto, Sherman, Thomas, Rhodes, Schwartz, Hendrickson, Hohenel,
Harris, Garaghty, Hartman, Lehman, Leiuwann, Happersett, Larson.
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Lathrop, D. Johnson,'.kl34n1g,ljgQ,fQl41ntz.I.Ionesi Hillburn. ROW Il: Lawson, Leckie, Huntling, Herman, Trager, Laidlaw, R. Jones, Labo, Keillor, Hines
Hunt, Molyneux. ROW Ill: Schwind, Finley, Greenburg, Harding, Harrison, Gray, Hayes, Goloff, Hauck, Gilmore, Zitzelsberger, Taylorpgeygexrson, Con
way, Harris, Ziemer, Clemens, Brownlee. ROW IV: Hildreth, Innes, Strauss, Hile, Hollermeier, Hennessy,'Whitcomb, Frostade, Garotflrlirschy, Walton
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HOMEROOMS C123, Cl7O, C171-ROW l: Billings, Pelletier, O'Farrell, Osborne, Miles, Morton, Nissen, Rallo, Mathewson, Lippolis, Massei, Mack
McArthur, Lindeman, Pensak, Lindberg, Pendletno, Means, Radner, Long, Crawford, McLeod, Plumb. ROW ll: Mallum, Mehnfiiey, Lesher, Palmer
Palmiero, Lewis, Nuttman, Olive, Murphy, Mcmatt, Long, Papadopoli, Planey, Mullens, McAllister, Luby, Musso, McCauley, Oppolzer, Manthorne
Plourde, Powell, Raite, Raatz, Matson, DuPee, Lovold, Pabst, Hartshorn. ROW lll: Phipps, Mills, Pallazzdlo, McKean, McDonnell, Norman, Miner
McAdams, Moscrpp, Mersereau, Moroney, Pell, Matson, Mayfield, Wood, Morgan, Paul, Miller, Moi, Scholes, McCormick, Pazanti, Nissen.
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Johnson, Barrack, Marsh, May, Davis, Renert, Cutshall. ROW ll: Le Gate, Russell, Arnett, Lewis, Hulse, Jagnow, Martin, Arena, Dick, Coffey, Coburn,
Duran, Crockett, Lee, Pittelkow, Applegate, Arnett. ROW III: Thaxter, Galbreath, Colella, Ensch, Crown, Ferlazzo, Crockett, Martin, Duquette, Zieg-
ler, Woehl, Winston, Casalett, Luraschi. ROW IV: Wilson, Deiro, Clark, Crooks, Hughes, Cummings, Eskro, Farr, Stimson, Stark, Dances, Dalton, Eisen-
berg, Faucett, Fairchilds, Wright, Cerniglia, Eilert, Wright.
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kowiez, Walwood, Gallerer, Driver, Collin. ROW ll: J. Brown, Dickson, Donley, A. Campbell, Buehler, Caufielcl, Dahl, Genova, McCullock, Ferrucci,
Cahill, Bueckner, Ellis, Fielding, Dressler, Charvez, M. Cook. ROW Ill: Floyd, Connon, Castello, Geiger, Circelli, DeVries, Dudley, Frantz, Elgin, Gen-
berg, Field, Ekins, David, Hancock, Davis. ROW IV: Holguin, Velinfy, Willis, Weems, Stokes, Virgin, Tullock, Tisdale, Wagner, Weslphalen, Van Valken-
burg, Vallee, Volmer. ROW V: Hollenbeglg, Lange, Melcolf, Paferson, Schultz, Boflingalen, Wikslrom, Pullen, Toland, Phillips, Wright, Wagoner,
Tims, Villasenor, Whife, Holdbrook, Bradle, Milfleman, Wehr, Tirifilli, Wheeler.
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HOMEROOMS C5, C'l2O, C134-ROW I: Harris, Given, Henning, Harlan, Heath, Anderson, Accardo, Hellzman, Graves, arney, Alhadeff, Bradbury,
Bailey, Beaudry, Halverson, Barron, Bach. ROW ll: Grenchik, Hahn, Boyle, Blackslad, Brandtsfedf, Boyd, Allschuld, Hall, Gilliland, Habermahl, Gon-
zales, Allen, Hetzel, Halden, Harmon, Heughins. ROW lll: Arnoldus, Groussman, Hamm, Archer, Hart, Harris, Benning, Haskins, Harmer, Barneli,
Anderson, Bamford, Hall, Brems, l-lesier, Keller. ROW IV: Burns, Fishback, Bressoud, Lyons, Ferruzza, Dias, lmbrenda, Dankers, Carlyle, Flynn,
Thompson, Cliflon, Buck, Burl, Lyons, Sugarman.
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Wilde, Spilholtz. ROW ll: Sutton, Thornton, Tew, Totten, Monsma Streur Van Noord Warburton
Snow, Thierse, Southworth, Steger, Bennett, Winkler. ROW Ill: Billon Brayton Abbott Annls Lytle R
Becker, Carter, Wood, DeVilbiss, Zabin, Burgett, Carmona.
HOMEROOMS C192 C165 C173 ROW I N. Shepard, Rundell, Garcia, Shanks, Scott, Soder, Ruder, Sanches Salvinger Schweppe Simon Roleski
G Smith Sapp C Smith J Smith E Smith ROW ll: Sainsbury, Rini, Kolttz, Pierson, Proctor, Robbins, La Loggla Pulliam Singleton Horwitz Luco
La Fave Rech Plant ROW Ill Roberts Rettberg, Leibengood, Lippert, Korwes, Stellar, Pontrelli, Rogan, Rallls Price Roth La Rosa
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HOMEROOMS B204, B2'l, B27-ROW I: Robinson, Spillman, Simon, Sims, Troutfeather, Tyler, Winston, Routh, Wishard, Winther, Schock, Wilkerson
Trouba, Bard, Goshgarian, Sanders, Stumbo, Thorn, Spruit. ROW ll: Glasgow, Denman, Evans, Dorman, Rinden, Grawlewski, Schellschmidt, Smouse,
Sellers, South, Zalaha, Abramson, Scalise, Bakke, Swenson, Herget, Spruit. ROW Ill: Eschbach, Gregg, Heinz, Wattelet, Evans, Davis, Baffa, Cooper,
Chase, Hemsley, Amerian, Benson, Bower, Chalmers, Ahlstrom, Brock. ROW lV: Sanchez, Gibson, Long, Funk, McCoy, LeVine, Gibson, Hensley
Franzon, Kruse, Otero, Biggs, Carroll, Dean, Balch, Horton, Hilton, Radcliffe, Andrus, Boardman, Armstrong.
HOMEROOMS B33O, BIOS, B2O'l, B196-ROW I: McClung, Hart, McLaughlin, Hillyard, Pierce, Maikson, Johnson, Pearson, Magruder, Barelle, Walker
Greenblott, Manolio, Manny, Platt, Labo, Nuttall, Nygord, Hopp. ROW ll: Fisher, Heil, Parkening, Lundeen, Arce, Rasmussion, Menches, Osborne,
Johnston, Jameson, M. Jones, Jahnke, McKay, McReynolds, Hughes, McPherson, Lofgren, Sutton. ROW lll: Wetmore, Cohn, Soto, Livingston, Jones,
Kurilich, Littleiohn, Platamone, Power, Parrell, Imboden, Poppe, Poff, Rooke, Van Sickle. ROW IV: Cooper, Silton, Sciauina, Miller, White, Vance,
Sears, Vitali, Ruef, Richards, O'Shaughnessy, Terrel, Stuckey, Nash. ROW V: Smart, Moody, Asher, Eazell, McGavran, Rudisill, Monson, Scott, Moore,
Rees, VanHorne, Bridges, Accardo, Potter, Orcher, Varnado, Utterback, Thompson, Wells.
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Coontz, Guastella, Vaughn, Coburn, Duran, Crockett. ROW Il: Frost, Czwiker, Bard, Aungst, Allen, Bock, Bloom, Barton, Baker, Federer, Gorce, Gar-
rison, Gloss, Goyen, Cosgrove, Paul, Becker, Bacon, Bowen, Campbell, Coulter, Bourgon, Chamberlain, Bergstrom, Antram. ROW Ill: Lubanko
Moretti, Krell, Valenzuela, Deaguro, Lee, Martini, McDonald, Hopper, Milburn, Kuhn, McKee, Hough, Green, Walker, Dardis, Cummins. ROW IV
Howard, Handy, Nash, Pacheco, Kerkham, Miller. ROW V: Wicker, Losey, Higginbotham, Hodson, Mintun, Busby, Shelly, Atkinson, Chastain, Weyan!
Martinez, Theroux, Stock, Barnes, Olsson, Hale, lnferrera.
HOMEROOMS B322, B23'l, B235-ROW l: Stearns, Ure, Pickrell, O'CaIlaghan, Slight. Stauber, Smart, Stacey, Piispanen, Webb, Vickers, Peterson,
Wilkins, Zellner, McRae, Winkler, Webster, Bone. ROW lll: Shaw, Hoffman, Storrer, Turk, Wade, Steed, Waite, Raish, Titus, Thirkill, Abeyta, Vanghan,
Van Hoorebeke, Collins, Hoover, Junk, Smothers, Watson, Weishaar, Wallace. ROW lll: Fucci, Yawnick, Voss, Kern, Sinsley, Stancati, Flannes, Hubler,
Pobany, Marleau, Welch, Black, Moulton, Watson, Curtis, Catalano, Flannigan, Creiger, Armenta, Snyder, Sharp, Sandberg, Shanklan.
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Silberman, Inman, Moreland, Jones, Isaacs, Pechuls, Huffman, Deason, Holt. ROW Il: Human, Means, McDowell, Montesano, Burks, Moxley, Mc-
Kowen, McDonnell, McKendry, Holisky, Brooks, Mattison, McConnell, Meriweather, Navarro, McTaggart, Ganey, Halstead, Johnson, Collins, Harmon
ROW Ill: Russell, Wilhelm, Nielson, Drozda, Fritschie, Morse, Rice, Barletta, Hohn, Howland, Olive, McClain, Hopkins, Ocasio. ROW IV: Dortch, Curtis
Murphy, Fleming, Daluiso, Echols, Gavoras, Helfrich, Dale, Cook, Davidson, Crowther, McSeveney, Caruso, Matson, Bahr, McKinney, Abila.
HOMEROOMS B32l, BI74, B180-ROW I: Scrivens, Livingston, Schreiber, Shannan, Silberman, Sherwood, Sawnor, Russell, Rockwell, Schucerd, Rob
inson, Sabin, Carlson, Saunders, Riley, Romberger, Thomas. ROW II: Stickler, Norsworthy, Lowry, Navarro, Deason, L. Anderson, Mitchell, Farrell
Bryarly, Hanson, Voss, Barrett, Turner, Thompson, Redding. ROW Ill: Pugh, Otero, O'Farrell, C. Brown, Reichert, Oghigian, Blankenship, Lane, Lom
bordi, Taggart, Simpson, J. Anderson, Inzerella, Dominic, Polacek. ROW IV: Hemsky, Becza, Moacrop, Olsen, Phillips, Wolff, Blake, Ragazzo, Lo
mont, Dutile, Shapiro, Blakeley, Holzsworth, Meier, Bergenholtz, Perry, Quon, Morris, Lincoln, Freeman, Lytle.
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Ciociola, Call, Burks, Bowen, Carmichael, Bishop. ROW ll: Angelos, Blankenship, Carter, Patterson, Chatham, Vogel, Elser, Christie, Bentley, Harvey
Brach, Castro, Erickson, Freeland, Arney, Bradford, Cavadas, Wallis, Chandler, Hull. ROW Ill: R, Anderson, Steed, Baker, Stephens, Affsa, S. An-
derson, Bishop, Blake, G. Smith, Burkman, Bozeman, Atkin, Clark, Fragiazomo, Taylor, Mangani, Groves, Byfield. ROW IV: Badnin, Carlis, Byers
Darby, Brannan, H. Smith, Lytle, Plazola, Hemsly, Bald, Bloom, Boyd, Alonso, Blake, Tschumi, Grant, Buchea, Belles, Johnson, Broder, Hall, Darby
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Marks, Bilski, Mann, Lee, Lowe, Marks. ROW II: Covey, Cariker, Johnston, Grico, Knudson, Daluiso, Leckie, Ladika, Le Blanc, Mason, Mallis, Logan,
Purdy, Lord, Fraser, Boyer, Laven, Lofgren. ROW Ill: Hughlett, Albo, Martinez, Barnett, Salee, Shanklin, Ccitalano, Snook, Sanger, Skiod, Lawlor,
Lara, Davis, Rodgers, Markowitz, West, Whitehouse. ROW IV: Knapp, Saenz, Imbriale, Licausi, Stamos, Kellner, Houston, Lewis, Schwind, Schiller.
ROW V: Kirazean, Schlafke, Asher, Jacobs, Sears, Kirkpatrick, Reynolds, Sheidenberger, Wright, Ward, La Mont, Slavens, Laudenback, Kruger, Sim-
cok, Sims, Cox, Stange, Sholtis, Segelke, Slick, Kurtz, Sicola.
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Wien, Grigory, Giragosian, Getman, Morrish, Waller, Gualtieri, Cohen. ROW ll: Cory, Steele, Dennis, Dapro, Faucetis, Cronk, Hale, Greene, Paddock
Osburn, Graham, Richardson, Donley, Unger, Hyde, Corkill, Draper, Cummings, Douglass, Gabriel. RCW Ill: Cosentino, Cronshaw, Edwards, Cor-
reia, Mumford, Ernst, Gilmore, Christiansen, Grippi, Vasquez, Hartzog, Cuddy, Mark, Erkel, Grigory, Crowley, Deibel, Countryman. ROW IV: Cord,
Guyer, Hoonanian, Hall, Horton, Haskell, Hill, Krem. ROW IV: Horton, Levitt, Lauderdale, Griffiie, Green, Correia, Wiegert, Hickson, Biggs, Hollings-
head, C. Hill, Hilcleman.
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Ewing, Fiske, Gibson, Bercovitz, Feltman. ROW II: Long, Derrick, Cosgrove, Floyd, Paterson, Hall, Wickham, Kahn, Boldt, Darby, Johnston, Hickey
Caldwell, Cetta, Galceran, Hopkins, Cole, Bowen, Lien, Hodkin, Cunningham, Brown, Ryer, Edelman. ROW Ill: Hillman, Cope, Smeton, Ball, Den
ham, Driscoll, Walker, Bounds, Granzow, Mishenbough, Goolsby, Barosh, Brancl'i', Clifi', Allen, Barry, Tharp, Berry, Dixon, Feltman, Harris, Coleman
XR! 94 "L m 'IDE "
Enrollment day is hectic, as some students discover who can't Washington teachers enioy nutrition, especially wiih Bob
always get into their favorite classes. "Deep from the heart of Texas" White to liven things up.
HOMEROOMS Al9O, A26O, A233-ROW I: Ciccarello, Newman, Ratner, Campbell, Reyes, Riggs, Shorten, Mcfvlains, Butzke, Pike, Cope, Otto, Gilbert,
Crayton, Cook, Nagy, Rose, McKowen, Peebler, Moncrief. ROW ll: McClung, Schneider, Pack, Shay. ROW Ill: Laster, LaRosa, McLaurin, Peterson, Har-
ding, Wells, Meschke, Powell, Shaw, Slavens, La Nave, Malakowsky, Mann, Smith, Mellin, Theiss, Reina, Rawnsley, Snyder, Chatfield, Navarro. ROW
IV: McAnany, Muller, Williams, Littlefield, Lewis, Southard, Pavesic, Bowen, Pachal, George, Forbes, Vance, Lundstorm, Evans, Christian, Hougha-
wont, Smeton, Tharp, Tate, Morris, T. Smith.
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are but a small part of the business performed in
the Class sponsors
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Paula Boelsems Mary Crumpacker Ethel Overfield Evelyn Eklund Estelle Burch
Harry Perry Francis Lawyer John Wachtler Ralph Salaway
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Kandelec, Labo, Acquisto, Lehr, Sipple. ROW ll: Spotkov, Hinds, Taub, Wetmore, Wilburn, Stripes, Wiggins, Weitzel, Sullivan, Collura, Konkright
' lll: L' ins, Scalla, Nuttmunn, Jennings, Newfer, Newlin, O'ConnelI
Pierce, Wisdom, Sukdol, Rossel, Collins, Walker, Snow, Dozal, Bohle. ROW :gg
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Frost, girls' vice president, Haycock, secretary, Taylor, treasurer, Paccione, senator at large.
TWANKAS. "T-W-A-N-K-A-S. Twankas
are by far the best. We're the Winter Class
of 1953. Ugh-a-boo, Ugh-a-boo,
Ugha!" To the strains of their class song,
the Twankas ilndian word for friendshipl
donned, for the first time on Washington's
campus, sleeveless class sweaters. War-
ren Lien, All president, together with the
standing committee, staged a class party
where dancing and tasty refreshments were
the main attraction. During their Senior B
semester, their beige and brown sweaters
became a familiar sight on campus. With
Ed Austin as chief of the tribe, the Twankas
took part in the Senior Show put on by the
Monarchs, a well as planning the Senior
Prom, carrying out the theme "My Blue
Heaven." Also in this semester the Twan-
kas participated in the annual Senior Field
Day, which, to their surprise, the mighty
warriors lost. ln the A12 term Alex Tingir-
ides took over the iob of head chieftain,
and the class enioyed a Senior Breakfast
where awards and speezhes were given,
and danced the night away at their Senior
Prom, "Some Enchanted Evening," given
them by the Viscounts, and enteriained
their mothers at the Senior Mothers' Tea.
Class 0 uf 3
Mr Victor Aertker,
Miss Blanche Carlson,
W'53 Class Sponsors
Bertha Lillian Barke:
David Roy Barrett
Robert Allen Bean
Kathrine Mary Bell
Lowell M. Berry
Katherine Jo-Ann Bevilacqua
Maryann Gloria Bohla
Rodney Ray Boyd
Darrell G. Brady
Roy Wilhelm Brandt
William Richard Brooks
William L. Brossmer
Geraldine Marie Browning
James Richard Buchanan
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Mark Kendall Anderson
Robert' Glen Anderson
Jarvis Gregory Arellano
Richard Berry Armstrong
Edward William Austin
Fred James Austin
John D. Austin
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John Louis Byramian
Sara Elizabeth Calfee
Daniel William Campbell,
lngricl Helena Carlson
Richard Drew Carson
Joan Constance Cass
Margaret Anne Chapman
Margo Ann Choumas
Gloria Jean Clark
Raymond Gail Clark
Mary Louise Coburn
Barbara Rae Cole
Richard Charles Coon
Jean Arline Cordova
Frances Louise Dane
Gene Adele Davis
Patricia Ann Davis
Lyle Clifton De Cuir
Dorothy Jean De Frazio
Edwina Carlene Dittman
.loan Estelle Doerges
Dianne Dee Driver
Marilyn Dee Durant
Lynetta Louise Edgar
Dale Frank Emmons
Evelyn Lois Forney
Beverly Darlene Frank
Gary Lyman Freeze
Barbara Marie Froggatt
Barbara leanne Frost
Billie Sandra Furber
Michael George Garbooshian
Beverly Jean Gardner
Peter N. Genova
Jack H. Gerhardt
Ramona Jimay Gerken
Gus Joseph Gerson
Patricia Mary Girouard
Fay Ethel Gleeson
Stanley Eugene Gold
Thomas N. Hall
Ralph G. Hamilton, Jr.
Robert S. Hammerschmidt
Alvin Rex Hatch
Janice Ray Haycock
Jane Louise Hays
John Richard Heinz
Barbara Diane Hennessy
Susan M. Hodge
Vera Jeanne Holman
Esther Corrine Hoser
Harry Philpi Huntting
Rosa Delle Hupp
Sheila Marianne Jacobson
Wayne Harley Jepsen
Jerry Richard Johnson
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Ann Katherlne Jorgensen
Marcia Elizabeth Kelly
Jeanne Marie Kelly
Joanne Evelyn Kelly
Gary B. Kerkson
Mary Josephine Leach
Patricia Ann Lewis
Warren Howard Lien
Joseph Martin Lisi
Richard Doran Lloyd
Donald Arthur Lowe
Ronald Otteman Loyd
Phyllis Alverta Luden
Beverly Jean McElhenny
Warner Earl McGuyre
Burton Ross McKee
Archeleen Jane McPhee
Margaret Rose MacKenzie
Roberl' Angelo Maiuri
Roberi Erneft Mathews
Richard Wallace Matson
Irma Dorlene Meeker
Donald Homer Mehlig
Beverly Florence Merseresu
Richard C. Miller
Shirley Marie Miller
Marlene Marie Mitas
Thomas Lee Moclolt
Rhoda Joy Molder
Nola Billie Michols
Mary C. Nygord
Ann Christian Paccione
Natalie Jeanne Palma
James Milton Palmer
Anthony Dominick Papadopli
Emil Blane Parkening
Natalie Frances Pasternak
Norene Eleanor Patton
Lois Eva Pead
Carol Alta Pealer
Diane Florence Plisco
Barbara Marie Potts
Carol Lou Power
Paul Anthony Prescott
Ritchie Warren Purcell
Salvatore Anthony Recupero
Patricia Anne Reeder
Elizabeth Bailey Reeve
Winona Mary Reiman
Alisen Boyd Reynolds
WE HAD FUN AT OUR SENIOR FIELD DAY
James Donald Richards
Dolores Rae Roberds
Judith Ann Roisman
Marilyn Jean Rounds
Lucian Carl Sales
Joyce Annette Schadler
Herman Charles Schultz
Laura Fay Schultz
Ronald Gene Schultz
Gary William Scrivens
James Edward Seright
Celestine Josephine Shorten
Patricia Ann Sickels
Shirley Mae Simon
Joan Carol Skinner
Grace Marie Smith
Walter Merritt Spruit
Donna Christine Stelly
Ellen Lou Steinmetz
Kenneth Hugh Stevenson
Jane? Sue Stokes
Frank Sterling Struve
Doreen Ethel Taylor
Norma Jean Taylor
Edward Marshall Tevlin
Patricia Lee Thorne
Karleen Emma Turnquist
Darlynn Joyce Ulm
Fred Edward Van Horne
Janet Louise Van Winkle
Norman Ralph Venne
Beverly Jean Vento
Jean B. Vincent
Agnes Louise Voge
Aletha Arlene Ward
Norma Jeanne Weaver
Mar'lyn Katherine Westerholm
Dorice Carole Whiteside
JacquelTne Edgren Whitman
Gloria Lee Wiedman
Donna May Willis
John Collins Wilson
Richard Turner Wisdom
Alice Ann Wright
Elizabeth Ann Young
Frances Molly Zadrick
Shirley Ann Zander
Claudette Adrienne Zell
WE WON HONORS AND AWARDS IN SCHOOL
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M. Marchbanks, president. STANDING: B. Larsen, J. Fraters, Viscount Class Sponsors
Starke, S. DeMaggio.
vi, ilant Discounts, the class 0 S 53
VISCOUNTS truly gained the respect due their noble
name. Their Latin motto "Non Sibi Sid Omnuibus,"
meaning "Not for self, but all", was their inspiration
to produce colossal activities for the enioyment of all.
Their first class affair, a picnic at Griffith Park, was a
good stepping stone to the fine events to be enjoyed in
the future. Their colors, powder and navy blue, domin-
ated the quad as the Viscounts sang their original song Richard Carl Adair
during their peppy Recognition Day. Careful planning I-Wie A9UilU'
and ingenuity were used by the Viscounts to produce
the elaborate Senior Prom "Some Enchanted Evening."
On May first their class gift, a cement wall which will
incase the class emblems, was dedicated in the quad.
Their last semester inside Washington was highlighted
by the traditional Senior Mothers' Tea, the Senior Field Paul Edward Aiello
Gail Ruth Albee
Keith A. Aldridge
Duane Reuben Alt
Robert Allan Abbott
Alan H. Acosta
Day, and the Senior Prom presented in their honor by
the Senior B's. Graduation climaxed the activities of one
of the greatest classes of Washington.
Gilbert lohn Anderson, lr. W
Patricia loy Anderson
OO Roger Warren Anderson
l ff U Roy Anderson
Gloria Vickie Anthony
Bernice Marie Antonucci
Mae Antoinette Arrabito
Sylvia Ann Arrison
Marilyn Mae Auffort
John M. Baines
Arvis Marie Ballard
Leland J. Ballard
Ruth Kathryn Barr
Elizabeth Ann Barron
Robert Arthur Barrow
Mildred Elizabeth Batley
Richard Lee Battersby
John Thurlow Baxter
Janice Rosalie Beckett
Robert Craig Berning
Ronald Walter Blackie
Sheldon Freeman Blackstad
Theodore A. Blanke
Howard Edward Blasingame
Darlene Marie Bliven
Rita Toby Bobrosky
Patricia Lee Bock
WE CHOSE STRONG ENERGETIC CLASS LEADERS
Kathleen Sue Boldra
Donna Jean Bosnak
Karen Lee Bostelman
Richard Thomas Braxton
Annette Marie Briganti
Claribel Bernice Brodine
John Edward Brooks
Ginger Lee Brown
Joanne Louise Brown
WE CHOSE OUR CLASS COLORS WITH SPECIAL CARE
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Harold A. Cihlar
Charlot Ellen Clancy
Arclath Ardell Clark
Joyce Bessie Clark
Logan David Clark
Joyce Margaret Brown
Dale Keith Bruclvig
Barbara Anne Bryson
Mary Ann Budai
Charles Ezra Buff
Glenn Leroy Bummer
Ronald Claire Burman
Esther Karlene Burns
Joyce Ann Butler
Donald John Byrne
Yvonne Jean Cahan
Albert' Carm?ne Calce
Charles Lee Caldwell
Gerald Albert Campbell
Norman C. Cannell
Arline Lelia Canzone
Diane Rose Caplan
Patricia Helen Caras
Dale LaMar Carlsen
Mary Kathryn Carlson
Bonnie Kay Carter
Frances Lenora Carter
Gary Lee Cassity
Roberi' Michael Caudle
Lyle James Cohn
James Howard Cole
Jack Lee Cook
Juanita Louise Cox
Marshall George Cox
Leonard C. Cruise
Jean Frances Cukale
Norma Teresa Damanti
Mary Jo Darcey
Donna Marie Darms
Donald Joseph Datko
Shirley Joan David
Sharon M. Davidow
Marcia Lee Davies
Chester Benjamin Davis
Nancy Ellen Davis
Bettye Anne Day
Charlotte Ann Day
Viola Mae DeBusk
Roberta Mae DeGruccio
Richard Eddie Dekker
William Z. de la Garza
POWDER BLUE OVER NAVY WERE JUST PERFECT
Anna Marie Delahousie
Michael H. Delaney
Stanley Nick DeMaggio
Leo S. Depoicm
Stephen Adrian Derkum
Nancy Jean de Rome
Betty Jean Deu Pree
Marilynn Carol Devine
Donald Jack DeWolf
WE SET VERY HIGH STANDARDS FOR OURSELVES
Paul Taylor Everett
Alonzo Joseph Felder
Sandra Arlee Feldman
David L, Felger
Ralph Clarence Ferguson, Jr.
William Walton Ferguson
Marlene Eleanor Finchamp
Roger Lee Fischer
Kenneth Ray Fisher
Rita Eileen Diefenbach
Louise Ethel Dillon
Carl Albert DiUbaldo
Valerie Sue Dobos
William Lenard Donaldson
Carl Victor Doria
Giacomino James Dragotto
Nancy Marie Drysdale
Dorothy Dorleen Dunson
Richard Keith Eastman
Jerrold Owen Eckberg
Loraine E. Edmonds
Loretta E. Edmonds
Carol Ann Ehlers
Richard William Ely
Joan L. Emerson
Barbara Jeanne Ernst
Betty June Evans
Maurcie Robert Flora
Jo-Anne Elaine Fogelsong
Shirley Ann Foley
Diane Virginia Foote
Stuart G. Forbes
C. William Forney
Barbara Ann Frizzell
Ronald Roy Gagliano
Geri Terese Galuppo
Victoria Ann Gariza:
David Edward Gates
Donald Frederick Gatewood
Barry Allan Gerson
Barbara Lee Gilliam
Gair F. Glasgow
Teresa Joan Glasgow
Naomi Wenez Glatz
Yvonne Mary Gleason
Roger Eugene Godson
Donna Lee Goeman
C: -- ?522?3EE?EE'S65?SS
'NOT FOR SELF, BUT FOR ALL' WAS OUR MOTTO
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RECOGNITION DAY WAS GREAT FUN FCDR ALL
Glenn Roy Himes
Dorothy Marie Hine
Barbara Diane Hold
James Wellington Holmes
Darlene Joan Hood
Glendene Loraine Hood
Loyd Erwin Hopper
Shirley Theresa Hopper
Ruth Dena Gross
Glenn Arthur Grow
Martha Carolyn Hackamack
Eva Delores Lawson Hamilton
Marilyn Noreen Hand
Enid Mae Hansen
Vivian Francis Hansen
James Berry Harbuck Jr.
William Henderson Harger
Larry Reeder Harris
Richard A. Harris
Kay Darlene Haskins
Francis Gene Hawkins
Dale Charles Headley
Margery Elizabeth Healy
Margarei Diane Hebner
Virginia M. Hedges
Clarence Eclson Henderson
Donna Lee Henzgen
Lyle Edmond Herman
Wallace Alan Herring
Sheila Elizabeth Herringshaw
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Virginia Louise Hovey
Douglas LeRoy Howcl
Kathleen Louise Hughes
Margaret Elizabeth Hughes
Glen Duane Hunt
John Randolph Hurley
Stanley Gene Hyme:
Patty Lou lngeliclo
Joan Yvonne lack
Beverly Diane .lahnz
Richard Otto lakob
Shirley Lee James
Patricia Anne Jayne
Mary Rosalie .Johns
Ann Linnea Johnson
John Allan Johnson
Sidney Marshall Johnson
Marilyn Jean Johnston
Robert Frank Johnston
Esther Marlene Jones
Joanne Lorraine Joyce
Robert' Volney Justice
WE SHOWED OUR SPIRIT DURING SENIOR FIELD DAY
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Shirley Mae Litherland
Annette Marie Littleford
Mariorie Alice Logan
Gordon Malcom Long
Louis Josephine Longoria
Jean D, Luby
Betty Jean Luebke
Judith Norma Kirschner
Carole Joann Knowlton
Barbara Ruth Koepp
Richard Ernest Kramer
Hilda Martha Krolick
Edward Walter Kuhns
Richard Lawrence Kulka
Norman S. Kurtz
John Phillip Lager
Mary Arlene Laird
Dennis LeRoy Lang
Betty Mae Larison
Beverly Grace Larsen
Nancy Barbara Larson
Donald Allen Laycox
Leon J. Leabman
Robert Richard LeGrue
Beverly Ruth Leist
Eugene Raymond LeNoue
Donald H. Levin
Lillian I. Lewis
Kenneth Earl McCabe
Leonard Albert McCallson
Martha Manson McChesney
Nancy Birdeen McClaskey
Carol Janet McClung
William Duncan McCormack, Jr.
Gary Franklin McCormick
David W. McCullam
Rosalie Mae McEntire
Gerald Wilbur McGee
Dorothy Lee McGrew
Patricia Faye McLean
Patricia Anne McMahan
Wilma Charlene McVey
Donald John Macho
Edward B. Magee
Rosemary Ann Magretto
Robert John Malone
Melvin J. Marchbanks
Jack A. Marks
Juliet Margaret Marquez
Donna Jean Mason
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HARD WORK AND LOTS OF FUN KEPT US BUSY
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Joyce Anne Olson
Barbara Ann Ondrasik
Dennis John O'Reilly
Roger Alan Orman
Mona Stella Overs
lga Lewis A. Owen
Marilyn Joan Palmer
Gloria A, Paradice
John Junior Mezzapelle
Beverly June Mihalik
Nola Lee MIlroy
Eric Ottomar Nlinzlaff, Jr.
Janice Jenelle Miska
George Murray Mitchell
Harry B. Mitchell
Melissa Dclora: Moen
James Wallace Moffat
Shirley Mae Morgenson
Bette Jo Morrison
John Lester Munson
Carol Ann Myers
Patsy Lou Needhan
Carl S. Neland, Jr.
Darlynn Joy Nicodemus
Juanita Roxie Nigoicin
James Edward Nimeshein
Beverly Jean Noack
Carol Joanne Norton
Russell John Nydam
Norman 'lennyson Ollestad
William Ray Ollinger
Anna M. Pate
Barbara Ann Patterson
Marlyn Jewel Patterson
Patricia Anne Pattison
Eleanor Louise Pead
Dixie Faye Pelton
Jack Lee Pendleton
Russell Lee Perpall
Karl Ronald Persson
Rachelmay Ann Phelan
Catherine Dorothy Phillips
Edward Vance Pierce
Joanne Marie Pierce
Barry Allan Pirtle
Janet Muriel Pischke
Gary Wayne Plisco
Norbert Emmett Pobanz
Gretchen Marie Poe
Thomas M. Poff
Joann Lee Popelar
Angelean Frances Porretta
Philip Paul Porretta
Elizabeth Jane Powell
WE FORMED MANY AND LASTING FRIENDSHIPS
Charles Fredrick Power
Robert Thaddeus Price
Lee C. Prowse
Jean Marie Puckett
Barbara Anne Puette
Blaine Edward Rath
Richard Allan Rebscher
Frank John Reina
WE CRAMMED FRANTICALLY FOR GUR FINALS
Shirley Marie Saunders
Donna Lasetta Marie Sceusa
Donald Bruce Schellin
James Henry Schneider
Dorothy Ann Schodt
Rhoda Ann Schoephlin
Barbara Ann Scholl
Richard Caldwell Schreiber
Harry B. Schuck
Philip William Restorick, Jr
Wayne Elliott Rew
Betty Lee Reynolds
Walter E. Ritchie
Barbara Joan Alma Roath
Betty June Ruth Roath
Sylvia Faye Robertson
Daniel Lenglade Robinson
Elizabeth Ann Rockefeller
Robert John Roos
Mary Lee Rotella
John Clyde Routh
Albert Louis Rubalcava
Carolyn May Rudisill
Mary Alice Russell
Louise Atherton Russell
Stephen Earsel Ryer
Jack Richard Safer
Kathleen Rae Sage
Richard Edward Saleh
Joseph Sam Sansone
Theodore G. Scott
Duane C. Scudder
Madeline M. Sedlak
Jill Elizabeth Shand
Harley William Sharp
Sara Jo Shaw
Sharron Ann Shaw
Barbara Faye Shehane
Carol Verna Sherburne
Gerald Arthur Sherman
Barbara Ellen Sherritt
Carol Ann Shipway
Marsha Eloy Shorten
Sandra Louise Shostrom
Lawrence Raymond Simmons
William Louis Simpson
Louis Wilson Singleton, Jr.
Shirley Arlene Skaggs
Frederick John Slover
Eileen Frances Smith
Warren William Smith
Larry Theodore Snyder
Marlene Janet Sorenson
Beverly Joan Soule
AT LONG LAST GRADUATION DAY
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Floyd Lee Stafford
Charlene Mardell Stalcup
Jeanie Elizabeth Starke
Sharon Lee Stevenson
Alta Carolyn Stirrat
Alice Marilyn Stone
Donna Jean Stratton
Carol Gene Strong
DIPLGMAS IN HAND WE NOW SEEK SUCCESS
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Thomas William Vingar
Darlene loanne Vindal
Thomas Andrew Viscounty
Dorothy Ella Vollmer
John Hanry Vreeland
Franklin Anton Wall, Jr,
Joan Marie Wall
Carla Ann Wallace
Charles Sanford Stubin
Robert lvar Sundberg
David Wesley Syfritt
Leota Ann Sylvester
Howard Richard Tanger
Edwina Joan Tanski
Sam Lewis Taylor
Gloria Ann Terran
Thomas F. Teschner
Shirley Lois Teter
.loan Shirley Thompson
Mariorie Arline Thompson
Josephine Ann Tiggino
Cynthia Lynn Timberlake
Alvin Eugene Toffel
Beryl Ann Tonge
Edward Harold Trathen,
Lois Louise Troverelli
Petrine B. Valenti
Robert Keith Vance
Patricia A. Van Vliet
Helen Louise Wallace
Barbara Lee Walters
Karlene Louise Walters
Barbara Jean Walther
Mary Elizabeth Ward
Donald Allan Wate
Barbara Jean Watkins
Marilyn Antonette Weaver
Robert Donald Weber
Lowell D. Weeks, Jr.
Edith Victoria Wegner
Ray Henry Weinberg
Sharleene Ruth Weishaar
Lois Lee Wells
Frances Jean Welsh
Loretta Lee Wendt
Lois Faye Weskamp
Marlene Ann Westbrook
Duane Eleanor Whalen
Curtis O'DeIl White
Ronald Kay White
Gayne Harold Whittier
Carlos Leroy Whittington
A Cappella Choir .
Amateur Radio ..
Art Teachers ..
Bookkeeping Club ..,...
Boys' League, Summer ....
Boys' League, Winter ......
Boys' Vice President, Summer
Boys' Vice President, Winter
Vice Principal .......
Business Education Teachers
Campus Group, A10
Cheer Leaders .....
Christian Fellowship ,
Class Officers, S'53 . .
Class Officers, W'53 .
Clef Club .,,...,,..
Commerce Honor ..,,
Commercial Chatter .
Continental StaFf ..
Cross Country ..
Dances . . .
Delta Y ..........,
Drama Action ....,..
Drum and Bugle Corps
Eleventh Graders ....
English Teachers ,
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G.A.A. ............ .... 9 4-95
Girls' Glee Club ...,.. ...,. 3 7
Girls' League, Summer ..,..... .... 1 8-19
Girls' League, Winter ..,.,... 16-17
Girls' League School Committee , . .16
Service Group, A11 . .
Service Group, A10 . ..
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Song Leaders .......
Sound Crew .....
Spanish Club .......
Sponsors, Underclass ..
Sponsors, Summer .
Sponsors, Winter . . .
Sports Actions ..,....
Stage Crew .................
Girls' Letter Society ......... . . .94
Girls' Usher Squad ........, .. .38
Girls' Vice President, Summer . . . .15
Girls' Vice President, Winter . . . . .13
Girls' Vice Principal ...... ,. .11
Gym Club .....,.. . . .46
Gym Teachers .,., . .102
Gymnastics ........... 84-85
Home Economics Teachers . . , . .101
lndustrial Arts Teachers . . . . . .103
Junior Adelphians ........ .... 4 8
Knights and Ladies, Summer , .. ,.., 28-29
Knights and Ladies, Winter . .
Body Cabinet, Summer .
Student Body Cabinet, Winter . .
Student Body President, Summer
Student Body President, Winter .
Student Body Senate, Summer .
Student Body Senate, Winter ..
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Student Service Workers . . ,..... 21 A
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. . .to Miss Miller and the art department.
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boys, who really put the book together and
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and helpful advice.
. . . .to Mr. Garrison of the Bindex Company
. . . .to the entire student body for their co-
operation and wonderful response. lt's your
book and I sincerely hope you enioy it.
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