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Page 49 text:
?hi migutes HT? brought up to date, the business of the day concludedg we
.0 U 9 Crowd. The Annual Home-Coming of the Christian School Alumni
swings into the full of social light today,
The new generation, looking more like their parents than the parents them-
selves, helps us recognize our old friends from the class of June, 1957.
--We page a few to find what the years have brought our classmates.
Michael Cadenhead studied Law at S. C. and Texas Christian. A distinguished
career is assured our Mike. We wish him every success. Judge Melvin
Chilcoat presides over the Childrens' Court. The nations youth is his
first COUCSPH- Paul R0R6rs wears the uniform of the U. S. Forestry Ser-
vice. He is Ranger at Yellowstone. Watch your throttle over the freeways
and along the highways: A most firm highway patrolman is Captain Joe
Sunshine. So is David Munyer, who learned about law enforcement while an
H. P. in the U. S. Air Force. Dale Thompson makes special investigations
gor1thE'District Attorney's Office, and David Parks is store detective at
u oc s.
Bill Tinale has an auto repair shop and garage. Gary Enoch designs tools.
Joe Milligan is in the Engineering Office, Division of State Highways.
There are three electronic engineers, Keith Sheets is at Douglas Aircraft,
Marty Rose at Northrop, Gary Bogert with the Navy. Jimmy Llywelyn is an
Engineering Coordinator and Gary Thompson is in charge of all Federal
Navigation for the Pacific Coast.
Isabel Velasco teaches Journalism at nl Camino. Sherry Talone and Bruce
Thompson, our geologists, plan expeditions for the National Geographic
Society. Michele McCowin is secretary-stenographer at Hawthorne Elementary
School. Mary Whitener is a grade school teacher there, and Cheri Lyn
DeBry trains student teachers at U. C. L. A.
Homemaking and housekeeping won Linda Garritt from the Roller Derby and
Bonnie Gilbert from United Air Lines. Patsy Lieber used to be secretary
to the Attorney General in Sacramento. Ardis Ascarate became a profes-
sional scater with the Ice Follies. Janet Murray was secretary to the
uBig Bossn at M. G. M. in charge of bookings for Top Temperamental Talent.
Then she married one and retired to a life of bliss.--Get your tickets
early! Judy Alexander appears at the Carthay Circle for a short engage-
ment only. The legitimate theatre claims the allegiance of our one
Business enterprise has called several. Margaret POPSfUl OWHS th6 charm
school, HMilady Modelsu. Eddie Walker runs HThe Rinky Dink Roller Rink--
Fun for Grown-upsn. Don Hurdel builds boats and races them. Jimmy
Thompson sells 'Precision Suppliesn to aircraft companies. Contractor
Mike Ashburn has an expanding construction business.
Our Sports-caster, Bob Burnett also referees football games in the Pacific
Coast League. Dave Kessler is a career officer in the U. S. Army, and Gary
waggoner wears the Navy Blue, Roger Wood, who majored in Political
Science, is U. S. Congressman from the 58th district. He is trying to
get something done for us in the way of Smog control.
Annette Kennedy, x-ray technician at Lennox Medical Center takes pictures
cf molapg for Patrick J. McLarney, D. D. S., who plugs 'em, jerks 'em,
t 1 t 'em and rebuilds 'em, and for Roy E. Burleson, M. D., the
s ra gh ens , H
truly familiar figure with the nLittle Black Bag .
Another year gone by! Our NTwenty-Years-After Homecoming Dayu draws to a
close.--Everybody over to Hurdels' for coffee! . . . . . . . .
Ave, v-1- F1naa Ar June- 1957! Until we meet again, Hail and Farewell.
Page 48 text:
The Class of 1957 began school ln September, 1948, under the
leaderslflip of Mrs. Hoy in Kindergarten. Only seven have re-
malned ln Christian School the full nine years--MIKE ASHBURN,
CHERI LYN DSBRY, LINDA GARRITT, DONALD HURDEL, DAVID MUNYER,
JANET MURRAY, and PAT
The First grade, with
M LVIN CHILCOAT for a
seven years fsince he
Mrs. Wright, brought BILLY TINGLE and
full eight years and GARY BOGERT for
was out of State during the third yearl
MICHELE McCOWIN entered in September, 1950, in the Second grade
under Miss Diller.
With Mrs. Lindsey, the Third grade brought ANNETTE KENNEDY and
four Thompsons--JIM THOMPSON and three brothers, BRUCE, GARY and
In their five years in Christian School lthey
were out through fifth gradel the three Thompson brothers have
not missed a day of school. Even more remarkable, their Mother
has attended Chapel every morning.
Under Mrs. Hollingsworth the Fourth grade gained PAUL ROGERS and
BONNIE GILBERT. Bonnie dropped out the Fifth and Sixth grades,
returning in the Seventh, and Paul was out the Sixth.
and PATSY LIEEEH enrolled in Fifth with a new
teacher, Miss Metcalf.
GARY ENOCH, BOB BURNETT. SHERRY TOLONE. ISABEL VELASCO. and an-
other new teacher, Mrs. Mahler, enrolled in the Sixth.
Jr. High and eight new faces appeared in the Seventh grade along
with Coach Sam
himself to the
tallest boy in
Sperling--MIKE CADENHEAD, who immediately endea
whole school and was elected Student Body Presi
PERSFUL, MARTY ROSE, KEITH SHEETS, JOE SUNSHINE
school, EDDIE WALKER, MARY WHITENER, and ROGER
For the last and best year of all came AHDIS ASCARATE, ROY
BURLESON, DAVE KESSLER, JIM VTVWELYN, official fire lighter for
hgt dgg day, JOE MILLIGAN, and DAVID PARKS.
This class has been active in all things undertaken by the school
If contributed to the building fund to erect the school, bought
the asphalt tile for their Second grade room, helped purchase
needed blackboard in the Third prade, made contributions for the
Church building, tile for the Church floor, and Church pews.
In their nina Christian School years, this class won four paper
drives and tied once.
This class has been blessed with excellent teachers, Christian
Fgp the first time, four students claim top honors. Three of the
four attended Christian School all nine years.
Page 50 text:
We, the jovial jokers of the eighth grade, being of impaired mind
but sentimental hearts, do hereby will and bequeath our enviable
position of Serving as examples--we do very little right but a great
deal wrong without half trying--to our successors, the seventh grade
5, PAT MCLARNEY, do hereby will my skill to evade questions to Glen
I, DON HURDEL, do will and bequeath my ability to play in class COh,
Boy, can it get you in troubleil to Dan Wallen.
I, ROGER WOOD, am glad to pass on my outstanding ability to talk in
class to Billy Harris.
I, ROBERT BURNETT, will my ability to do nothing and enjoy it to Jim
I, GARY ENOCH, bequeath my Math book land for pete's sake, burn itll
to Bob Miller.
I, MIKE CADENHEAD, will my talent for charming the girls to Charles Zahn
I, BILL TINGLE, reluctantly pass on to Andrew Greenawalt the holes in
I, JOE SUNSHINE, endow my will to study to Steve Dighton.
I, DAVE KESSLER, very generously I think, give my English book to
I, ISABEL VELASCO, do hereby will my ability to talk to Martha Jeanne
I, SHERRY TOLONE, hereby will my grades good and bad and the good times
I've had to Marsha Million, and my place behind the plate Cbaseballl
to Nancy Vanderveer.
I, MICHELE McCOWIN, with everyone's consent, pass on my ability to get
mad to Linda Larson, and gladly give my old clothes fnas isnl to
I, ARDIS ASCARATE, proudly bequeath some of my hair to Louise LaVoque.
I JANET MURRAY pass on m tricky little way of passing notes to
, , - Y
I, LINDA GARRITT, would like Cheryl Antonares to inherit my A'B'C'
gum and transfer my monkeyshines to Carol Marker.
I, PATSY LIEBER, with some misgivings, will my ability to talk in Class
to Sharon Redburn.
I, MARGARET PERSFUL, cheerfully give my old beat-up Math book to
I, CHERI LYN DeBRY, officially present my Valedictorian speech to a
worthy contender, Marybeth Lane.
I, JUDY ALEXANDER, hereby will and bequeath any andfor all of my 'ol
school books to Lynn Hanson.
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