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Page 14 text:
Fall Student Leaders
SANFORD HABER PAT ZELLER
Preridem' Vire Preridenl
BRUCE SHAFER BARBARA DAVIES
Edilor Lowell Edilor Red and While
GLENN BELL JACKIE SECAIL
Head Yell Lender Girlr' Head Yell Leader
HELEN STONE GIL SCIACQUA
FALL S. B. OFFICERS
The student body officers, lead by Sanford Haber,
made a successful Fall 1953 term at Lowell. Vice
President Pat Zeller, who was Sp. '53 editor of the
Reel and While, aided Sanford in the many senior
Treasurer Gil Sciacqua, who was Spring head yell
leader, did his best to keep the financial situation in
hand along with some aid from Secretary Helen
There seemed to be a continual buzz of activity
on the first fioor all day long, but there was only
one solution to what it might beg certainly, Bruce
Shafer, editor of the Lowell, trying to dig up some
news for the paper and Barbara Davies, editor of
the Rell and While, trying to find a set up for the
Last, but not least, are Glenn Bell, head yell
leader, and jackie Secail, assistant. Both helped to
uphold the fine Lowell spirit.
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MR. JOHN B. XXIORLD: teaches science and attended California
and Stanford Universities. Is interested in music, painting, and
MRS. ANNE XVALLACH: teaches English and has been at Lowell
for 2 years, Attended S. F. State College and U. C. Her hobbies:
literature, music, art, and camping,
MISS IRENE SINK: sponsors G.A.A. riding and teaches P.E. She
attended U.C., Uniyersity of Wfasliington, and S. F. State. Her hobbies
are stamps, gardening, orchids, and wood sculpturmg.
MISS DOROTHY -KERNER: teaches English and Social Goals.
Attended San Francisco State and Stanford. Other interests are Cali-
fornia, gardening, swimming, and reading.
MR. JOHN LEE: teaches English and attended the,University of San
Francisco and Sorbonne University in Paris. His interests are stage
plays and being a spectator at sports.
Lowell High School Faculty
MISS ALICE GRAEBER: Mathematics teacher, sponsors Big Sistersg
graduated from Lowell and UCg hobbies: music and designing
MR. ANDRE DURY: Mr. Dury teaches science, sponsors the Radio
Clubg attended Ohio State University, Cooper Union Polytechnic
College, SF State Collegeg his hobbies are gymnastics, swimming,
MRS. ESTHER KALLBERG: Mrs. Kallberg teaches Englishg she
graduated from the University of Californiag her hobbies are reading,
gardening, and music.
MR. JAMES XYIILLIAMS: Mr. Williams taught mathematics and was
a substitute during the fall semester.
MRS. MINETTE HIGGINS: Mrs. Higgins, a Lowell grad, teaches
social science and sponsors the Forensic Society this term. She graduated
from the University of California.
MR. FRANCIS DRISCOLL: teaches history and civics and has been
at Lowell for 4 years. He attended the University of San Francisco
and the University of California. His interests are "Little Theater"
plays and studying at Pomona College during the summer.
MR. R. BEEMOUR: attended S. F. State and teaches science and
math. He is interested in photography.
MRS. IVA COOPER: teaches English and attended University of
Iowa and Stanford. Her interests are gardening, photography, swim-
ming, chess and travel.
MR. O. H. McCORD: attended the University ot chllll-4JI'IIl.I. and
teaches mechanical drawing. He is interested in crafts.
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FALL ACTIVITIES COINIMITTEE
Bnlzfwi faux' Sanford Haber. Pat Zeller, Katy King.
jackie Secail. Secrmd mira' Gordon Clark, Sandy john-
ston, Sue Figel. Sharon Lighty, Third wiv: Roger
Humbly, Terry Stephens, Paul Matzger. Ilflllllb ww:
Ciirrtlon Calloway, Duane Hines, john Vannucci
Foil Activity Committees
The Salute to the Flag during a court rally.
"Successful" described all of the fall term Lowell
Dances. The decorations depicted the themes and the
bands played music to fit all tastes.
The nrst dance of the term was a student body dance
held on September 25. The theme, "September in the
Rain," was perfectly suited to the atmosphere.
The girls' and boys' Block L dance committees got
together and produced a dance on October 10, with
the theme of "Lads and Lassiesf'
A French theme, "Clair de Lune," on October 23,
was the motif. The music was furnished by Charlie
Stern and his orchestra.
"Captured" was the twirp dance theme which was
given on November 15.
The junior Prom, held on December 11, had a mo-
tif in keeping with the holiday spirit, for "December
Melodyl' was the theme. Christmas trees gayly deco-
rated the Century Club and the music of Walt Tol-
leson kept the couples starry-eyed.
The last dance of the term and the most significant
to the high seniors was "The Loveliest Night of the
Yearn or the Senior Ball. The date was January 15,
the place was the Italian Room of the St. Francis
Hotel and the music was that of Ray Hackett and his
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