Monterey High School - El Susurro Yearbook (Monterey, CA)
- Class of 1950
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This EL SUSURRO 1950 is sincerely dedicated
to Mr. Ernest R. Morehead, who for many years has
been a familiar and well-liked Hgure on the campus of
Monterey Union High School. Although he is retiring
as vice-principal, his quiet authority and Warm friend-
liness in that office will be long remembered.
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MISS GERTRUDE RENDTORFF MR. ERNEST R. MOREHEAD
DEAN OF GIRLS DEAN OF Bovs
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The freshmen started off their first year in high school with a big bang. At their reception in September they
made their big show by riding hobby-horses and participating in relay races.
Their money-making schemes were a shamrock sale for St. Patrick's Day at which they rafiled off a radio and
two booths at the May Carnival.
Class officers were John Logan and Ray Cardinale, presidentg Joey Rogers and Doug Forzani, vice-presidentg
Alma Hartman and Carmelo Tringali, secretaryg and Ida Ycme and Dom Mineo, treasurer.
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The class of '52 started the year by electing officers. Those chosen were Mike Marron, presidentg Bonnie Summers,
vice-presidentg Polly McKay, secrctaryg and Mary Ann Soares, treasurer. The first semester saw the sophomores hold
their beautifully decorated Christmas Ball.
The second semester ofhcers were Dick Ciandro, president, Peter Tweedt, vice-president, jack Frost, secretary,
and Don Meyers, treasurer. The very successful May Carnival was the biggest event promoted by the second year
class during the spring semester.
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The class of 195 1 worked tirelessly to raise money for the "big event"
of the year-the Junior-Senior Prom, which was held May 27 at Asilomar.
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baseball ame--one of the most riotous entertainments of the ear, and
a dance with the theme "Mardi Gras."
Class officers, who served for the entire year, were Charles Vout,
president, Sylvia O'Neill, vice-presidentg Gloria Wasson, secretary, and
Karen Wheland, treasurer.
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Marie Frances Trrngali
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After four hectic, but wonderful, years the really great day has come. We arc
seniors, and we now stand on the threshold of graduation. Although we now think that
the moment we can call ourselves alumni will be the greatest one in our lives, there cannot
be one senior who will not look back at his years at MUHS without poignancy and a
feeling of affection for his old Alma Mater.
We came into high school as green as the greenest, but it didn't take us long to learn
how to push our way through the halls, jam our lockers, crowd into the lunch line, and to
play the numerous other tricks that make high school what it is.
As sophomores we were worldly and sophisticated. The new freshmen were shunned
just as we had been snubbed the year before, and we thought we owned the school. Our
truly big success came when we were juniors, with the junior-senior prom the feather in
This year we have seen and participated in a number of changes at MUHS, such as
the search for a new "gulch" which led to the discovery of "the hill", the addition of a
"class" after school, detention, and the noon dances, sponsored by the Legislature, that
have become so popular. Now we come to the last change, when the flip of a tassel makes
us graduates with four years of memories behind us. May the memories we leane remain
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SENIORS IN C. S. F.
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Vice-president, Student Body, Legislature,
Baseball, Basketball, Lwr. Caps., Foo:-
ball, Radio Club
ROSE ANN AIELLO--
Treasurer, Sophomore Class, jr. Red
Asst. Judge, Student Court, Golden M,
Science and Math Club
CSF, Golden M, Science and Math Club,
Golden M, FHA, Spanish Club
CSF, Golden M, Book Club, President,
Treasurer, Italian Club, Treasurer, FHA,
GENEVIEVE JANE BALESTERI-
GAA, Book Club, FHA, Latin Club,
Los Oscardores, Spanish Club, Tennis
GAA, FHA, Spanish Club
Vice-president, Senior Class, Legislature,
French Club, Latin Club
FHA, French Club
BILLIE BARBARA BOLTON-
Legislature, Golden M, Honor Roll of
Speech, GAA, FHA, Latin Club, Los
Oscardores, President, Spanish Club
GAA, Italian Club, President, Los Oscar-
dores, Ski Club
Galleon, Editor, El Susurro, Faculty
Editor, FHA, French Club, Journalism
Legislature, Block M, Track, Latin Club,
Journalism Club, Radio Club
GAA, Book Club, FHA, Italian Club
Secretary, Junior Class, GAA, Book Club,
FHA, Italian Club, Secretary, Tennis
CSF, Golden M, Block M, Swimming,
T BL IClub
Legislature, Block M, Football, Track,
Book Club, Italian Club, Journalism
Club, Latin Club
SAL J. CARDINALE-
Legislature, President, Freshman Class,
Block M, Baseball, Basketball, Football,
SAL P. CARDINALE-
Legislature, Treasurer, Junior Class,
"CSF, President, 'Golden M, Block M,
Football, Hi-Y, President, Vice-President,
Key Club, Latin Club, Journalism Club,
Science and Math Club, El Susurro,
Sports Editor, Prosecuting Attorney, Stu-
SAL H. CARDINALLI-
President, Vice-president, Student Body,
Golden M, Block M, Baseball, Football,
Captain, Latin Club, Radio Club
Secretary, Senior Class, CSF, Golden M,
Book Club, French Club, FHA, Spanish
Club, Prsident, Secretary, Los Oscardores
Block M, Key Club, Latin Club, Spanish
Club, Tennis Club
Camera Club, El Susurro, Galleon Staff
LEO P. COELHO-
President, Senior Class, Vice-president,
Sophomore Class, Block M, Football,
Hi-Y, Treasurer, Key Club, Radio Club,
T bt I Club, President
Book Club, GAA, Italian Club, Jr. Red
Cross, Latin Club, Los Oscardores
Legislature, Secretary, Freshman Class,
FHA, Jr. Red Cross
Italian Club, Secretary
Legislature, Vice-president, Junior Class,
Director of Boys' Athletics, Block M,
Football, Radio Club, T 81 I Club, Sec-
GAA, FHA, Majorette
Golden M, El Susurro, Senior Editor,
FHA, Journalism Club, Spanish Club
Legislature, President, Sophomore Class,
Block M, Basketball, Football, Lwt.
Book Club, FHA, Jr. Red Cross
CSF, Golden M, GAA, CYF, Latin Club,
Science and Math Club, Tennis Club
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Legislature, Block M, Football, Hi-Y,
Key Club, Los Oscardores, Science and
Math Club, Spanish Club
Legislature, T Bl I Club
Legislature, Golden M, Baseball, Track,
Hi-Y, Key Club, T St I Club, President,
NORMA DI MAGGIO-
Golden M, FHA, Italian Club, Journal-
ism Club, Latin Club, Los Oscardores
DOMINIC L. DIMARE-
Legislature, Jr. Red Cross, Paletteers
SAL DI MERCURIO-
Legislature, 'CSF, Golden M, CYF, Key
Club, Latin Club, Science and Math
Club, Service Club, Radio Club
NORMA JEANNE DOWNING-
Jr. Red Cross
T BL I Club, Golden M
Legislature, Block M, Swimming Team,
Honor Roll of Speech, Hi-Y, Key Club,
Jr. Red Cross, Latin Club, Los Oscar-
dores, Ski Club, El Susurro, Business Mgr.
French Club, Hi-Y, Latin Club, Los
Legislature, GAA, Vice-president, Golden
M, FHA, French Club, Jr. Red Cross,
Service Club, Secretary, Ski Club, Sec-
retary, Spanish Club, El Susurro, Editor,
Treasurer, Student Body, Treasurer,
Freshman Class, Golden M, CSF, GAA,
Representative to Girls' State
Golden M, CSF, Latin Club
ROSE MARIE FLORES-
Golden M, FHA, Italian Club, Ski Club
Legislature, Block M, Football, Service
Legislature, President, Secretary, Senior
Class, 'CSF, Golden M. Honor Roll of
Speech, Book Club, Vice-president, Latin
Club, Secretary, Los Oscardores, Presi-
dent, Secretary, Science and Math Club,
Honor Roll of Speech, El Susurro, Sports
Editor, Book Club, Hi-Y, jr. Red Cross,
Latin Club, Los Oscardores, Ski Club,
CSF, Golden M, Block M, Basketball,
Science and Math Club, President, Span-
GAA, Book Club, FHA
GAA, Book Club, FHA
Golden M, FHA
GAA, Camera Club, FHA
Honor Roll of Speech, Hi-Y, Key Club,
Los Oscardores, Vice-president, Radio
CHESTER ROY HARTER, jR.-
Golden M. CYF, Latin Club, Track
CSF, Golden M, jr. Red Cross, Latin
Block M, Football, Key Club, T BL I Club
Secretary, Student Body, Legislature,
Secretary, junior Class, Golden M, GAA,
Book Club, Drum Corps, FHA, Secre-
Legislature, Treasurer, Freshman Class,
Golden M, GAA, Secretary, FHA, Vice-
president, Secretary, Treasurer, Italian
CSF, Golden M, GAA, Treasurer, FHA,
Spanish Club, Treasurer
GAA, Ski Club
Golden M, T 85 I Club
French Club, Latin Club, Ski Club
Legislature, CSF, 'Golden M, Block M,
Golf, Captain, Hi-Y, Key Club, Secre-
tary, Latin Club, Spanish Club
Golden M, Book Club, FHA, Ski Club,
Golden M, "CSF, Treasurer, junior
Class, FHA, Science and Math Club,
WALLY JONES KROLICKI-
Football, Hi-Y, Treasurer, Key Club
GAA, Camera Club, FHA
TOM LO COCO-
Legislature, Radio Club
GAA, FHA, Italian Club, jr. Red Cross
Legislature, Treasurer, Social Director,
Senior Class, Yell Leader, CCAL Yell
Leaders' Club, President, Vice-president,
French Club, Los Oscardores
Legislature, Book Club, Hi-Y, Secretary,
Latin Club, Los Oscardores, Vice-presi-
dent, Ski Club
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CSF, Golden M, GAA, French Club,
Paletteers, President, Song Leader
Hi-Y, jr. Red Cross, T lt I Club
Legislature, CSF, Golden M, Block M,
Football, Track, Key Club, Radio Club,
T bt I Club, Treasurer
Legislature, Block M, Football, Track,
Book Club, journalism Club, El Susurro
LORENCE L. MATTHEWS-
Legislature, President, Sophomore Class,
Block M, President, Baseball, Basketball,
Lwt. Capt., Football, Track, Hi-Y,
JOHN G. MC CRARY-
Golden M, Block M, Football, Tennis,
Bullfighters, CYF, jr. Red Cross, Latin
Club, Spanish Club
JOHNIE J. MEHRINGER-
Legislature, Block M, Football, Jr. Red
Cross, Spanish Club, T BL I Club
Block M, Track, Radio Club, T Bt I Club
ETHEL GEORGEINE MONTE-
GAA, Tennis Club
Legislature, GAA, Book Club, Drum
Corps, French Club, journalism Club, jr.
Red Cross, Tennis Club
Legislature, CSF, Golden M, Honor Roll
of Speech, Book Club, French Club,
President, Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms, Chap-
lain, Jr. 'Red Cross, Latin Club, Vice-
president, Los Oscardores, Science and
and Math Club
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Legislature, Treasurer, Sophomore Class,
Yell Leader, GAA, Paletteers, Vice-presi-
Secretary, Sophomore Class, FHA, jr.
Book Club, FHA
Block M, Basketball, Football, Track,
French Club, Vice-president, journalism
Club, Latin Club
T H I Club
look Club, Key Club, Latin Club
Golden M, President, junior Class, Block
M, Football, Camera Club, Hi-Y, Presi-
dent, journalism Club, T GL I Club,
jr. Red Cross, FHA, Senior Chorus, CYF
GAA, Book Club, FHA
Legislature, Golden M, Baseball Man-
ager, Honor Roll of Speech, Book Club,
President, Latin Club, Paletteers
Yell Leader, Block M, Track, Italian
Club, T 81 I Club
Yell Leader, Key Club, Latin Club, Radio
Legislature, Yell Leader, Camera Club,
Hi-Y, Key Club, President, Treasurer,
Legislature, Manager, Football, Basketball,
Italian Club, journalism Club, Latin
Club, Radio Club
Block M, Football, Radio Club, T 8: I
MARY SHIBASAKI- -
CSF, Golden M, GAA, Spanish Club
Legislature, Vice-president, junior and
Senior Class, Block M, Secretary, Foot-
ball, Track, Hi-Y, Key Club, President,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Radio Club, T ls I
MARK N. SMITH-
Legislature, Hi-Y, Key Club, Vice-presi-
dent, Radio Club, Ski Club, T 81 I Club,
FLORENCE MAY STARNS-
CYF, jr. Red Cross
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Golden M, Football, Captain, Baseball,
Hi-Y, Vice-president, Radio Club, T 8:
Legislature, Secretary, Student Body, Sec-
retary, Sophomore Class CSF, Golden M,
GAA, FHA, Vice-president, Italian Club
Legislature, Block M, Key Club, Vice-
president, Secretary, Latin Club, Radio
Club, President, T 8: I Club, Vice-presi-
dent, Representative, Boys' State
MARIE FRANCES TRINGALI-
Golden M, FHA, Treasurer, Italian
Club, Ski Club, Spanish Club
GAA, FHA, French Club, Journalism
Legislature, Block M, Basketball, Football,
Journalism Club, Jr. Red Cross, T GL I
Bullfighters, Book Club, T Be I Club
BARBARA JEANNE VERGA-
Book Club, journalism Club, Spanish
Baseball Manager, Latin Club, Spanish
Legislature, Director, Girls' Activities,
Secretary, Freshman Class, CSF, Golden
M, GAA, Secretary, FHA, President, Sec-
retary, jr. Red Cross, Spanish Club
Block M, Baseball Manager, Book Club,
Vice-president, Radio Club
GEORGE C. WALSH-
Golden M, T 8: I Club
GAA, President, FHA, Drum Corps
Bullfighters, CYF, Hi-Y, Science and
Math Club, Ski Club
SHIRLEY MAY WINGARD-
Golden M, GAA, Book Club, FHA,
Treasurer, Tennis Club, Secretary
CSF, Golden M, El Susurro Staff, CYF,
Latin Club, Science and Math Club, Vice-
president, Ski Club
IVA ANN YARNELL-
CSF, Golden M, GAA, El Susurro Staff,
FHA, Latin Club, Ski Club A
Golden M, GAA, FHA
"CSF, Golden M. El Susurro, Copy Editor,
Book Club, Latin Club, President, Sci-
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. The student legislature of MUHS, governing body of the high school, has been very
active during the year. Representatives, who are elected from the various homeroom
counseling groups, now have pins to wear indicating their membership in the group. Under
the leadership of the student body officers, the legislature has supervised the revision of
the student body constitution this spring, in addition to handling the ordinary matters
Students who have done outstanding work in the speech arts'are elected to member-
ship on the Honor Roll of Speech, established to further the goal of high achievement in
the speech arts, The current membership of the group includes, in the front row, Frank
Murray, Terry Gleeson, Christine Vilar, Charles Easton, Carolyn Frisbie, Ernie Hansberry,
Rawleigh Ready, in the back row, Mr. Leon Fletcher, sponsor, jere Cummings, Polly Mc-
Kay, John Mortenson, Louise Canepa, and Joe Panetta.
The Latin Club, Discipuli Romani, is open to all students taking Latin. After initia-
tion the servi or slaves, first year students, then take on the title of plebeians. Second
year students are called patricians, and third year students are senatores. The club has
been very active, having a dance, Roman banquet, and a Circus Maximus. Mrs. Anne
Petersen is the club adviser.
First semester officers were Barbara Zmaeff, president, John Mortensen, vice-president,
Carolyn Frisbie, secretary, and Martin Ewoldsen, treasurer. Second semester officers were
Albert Witt, president, john Mortensen, vice-president, Dorothy Schafer, secretary,
and joe Panetta, treasurer.
Members of the Camera Club have again done much work for MUHS and the schools
of Monterey. Production of the yearbook depended entirely upon their splendid coopera-
tion. Members of the group are: first row, Dave Eubanks, Susan lino, Roy Perkins,
George Machado, Leo Coelhog second row, Mr. Elmer Stoll, sponsor, Anita Vesel, Norma
DiMaggio, Ronald Krejcir, Bill Patrick, John Douglas.
The Science and Math Club, an honor society whose membership is limited to juniors
and seniors who receive A's or B's in science and math subjects, experienced an interesting
and eventful year. Among their activities were a picnic held at Big Sur and two con-
cessions in the May Carnival. Gary Goetz was president of the clubg Albert Witt, vice-
presidentg and Carolyn Frisbie, secretary-treasurer.
Jack Frost, president, Myrtha Chabran, vice-president, Nancy Nichols, secretary, and
Bonnie Everson, treasurer, are the officers of the French Club. Their money making
project was selling French fries at games and at che May Carnival. Members of the
first, second, and third year classes may belong to the club.
Control of student conduct on campus and patrolling at football and basketball
games was again under the direction of the Bull Fighters this year. Members of the
group, under the supervision of Mr. Kelly, were most active during the fall and winter
sports season. Front row: Isaiah Irving, Tony Lucido, Charles Scardina, Luis Wolter,
Tom Tomblinson, Russell Wolterg back row: Patrick Mooney, Bill Proctor, Richard
Walton, Ralph Burdett, Mr. Kelly.
The MUHS students responded well to the annual junior Red Cross call. The local
chapter went to a council meeting in Santa Cruz this fall and met with Carmel and
Pacific Grove later in the year.
Miss Ruth Blanchard, adviser, was ably assisted in the activities by president Joe
Panetta, vice-president Diane Trenner, secretary Gloria Neumann, and treasurer Bonnie
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The Trade and Industrial Club of MUHS is composed of boys en-
rolled in the three-hours trade classes. The club is very active, having
sponsored a barn dance, a skating party, and the annual shop club picnic.
The club also ran the candy concession at the basketball games.
The ofiicers for the first semester were: Frank Martin, president,
Dean Taylor, vice-presidentg Charles Dermates, secretary, Mark Smith,
treasurer. Second semester ofhcers Were: Charles Dermates, presidentg
Brad Conger, vice-president, Dan Taylor, secretary, Bob Miami, treasurer.
The faculty sponsor is Mr. M. C. Holman.
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The Hi-Y has accomplished a great deal in its fourth year as an
active organization. The club, composed of thirty juniors and seniors,
meets once a week at the Army-Navy YMCA to discuss the activities and
to enjoy the speakers and movies. Mr. Gordon Downey sponsored the
club during the fall semester, and in the second semester, Mr. L. P. Spencer
was the adviser. '
Among the Hi-Y's activities were a potluck dinner and a hayride.
The Easter Ball and the traditional Copa Casa La Mar nightclub dance
Oiiicers for the fall semester were Roy Perkins, president, Sal P.
Cardinale, vice-president, Ervel Lyrle, secretary, Leo Coelho, treasurer,
and Frank Murray, sergeant-at-arms. Sal Cardinale presided during the
second semesterg Will Stensland, vice-president, Jack Ely, secretary,
Walter Krolicki, treasurer, and Jack Mitchell, sergeant-at-arms, were
the other officers. Charles Easton was the chaplain the entire year.
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C. S. F.
The C. S. F. is a state-wide organization whose membership is based wholly on scholar-
ship. Ten points are required each semester for membership, an A counting three
points and a B counting one point. Members are allowed to wear the society emblem,
which is a gold torch, and are issued a card which entitles them to special privileges. The
motto of the C. S. F. is "Scholarship for Service." Each year the C. S. F. takes a trip to
a college or university campus a nd has a banquet.
The officers are Sal P. Cardinale, presidentg Joe Panetta, vice-presidentg Dorothy
Schafer, secretaryg and Pat Hoang, treasurer. The adviser is Miss Rendtorff.
Membership in the Golden M. Society of MUHS depends upon a student's making the
quarterly honor roll. In the past students who achieved this honor have been given
golden "M" pins to wearg now the pins must be earned in a different way. Upon the
accumulation of four honor roll quarters, the student receives a chain guard Galleon
and class numerals. Upon accumulation of eight honor roll quarters, the student
receives a stu ent card in the society, granting him a pin upon his becoming a senior.
All awards ong to the student earning them.
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The Key Club of MUHS, which is sponsored by the Monterey Kiwanis Club, has
been active this year under the direction of Mr. Arnold Edman. Among the activities of
the club this year were a Twerp Week Dance, the annual hayride, and a Key Club project
for the underprivileged children of Europe. Each Wednesday one member of the club
has been a guest of the Kiwanis Club at their weekly luncheon.
First semester oilicers were Tom Silvear, president, Chuck Vout, vice-president, and
Joe Kirby, secretary-treasurer. Second semester officers were Bob Rotter, president, Mark
Smith, vice-presidentg Chuck Wilson, secretary, and Rei Yoshinobu, treasurer.
The Radio Club is an organization of students who have an interest in radio either as
a hobby or vocation. The club had a very active year which started with a successful
dance, a movie, and was finally topped off with a trip to San Francisco. The officers for
the year were Dean Taylor, president, Brad Conger, vice-presidentg Frank Beyer, secretary,
and Bob Minami, treasurer.
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The Galleon is a bi-monthly publication put out by the journalism class, under the
direction of Mr. Paul Spencer. It contains campus news and features. A boy and girl
of the week are chosen for each edition, and a special edition is put out at the end of the
year for the seniors. The Galleon is printed by the Herald Printers and Publishers.
The Galleon staff is chosen on a semester basis, although sometimes it is changed at
the quarter in order to acquaint more of the students with the editing procedures.
The Galleon staff and reporters make up the Journalism Club which sold bound
Galleons and had a booth in the May Carnival this year.
C. Y. F.-Christian Youth Federation-is a non-sectarian club organized, as its
name suggests, for Christian fellowship. It is open to any- student registered at MUHS
who is interested in Christian fellowship, wholesome good times, and serious thought.
Activities include outings, song fests, and meetings, sometimes with a guest speaker.
Ofhcers elected this year were Frank Beyer, presidentg Carol Wilmot, vice-presidentg
Isabel Solis. secretaryg Gerry Lacey, treasurerg and Miss Virginia Johnson and Mrs. Robert
Petersen, faculty sponsors.
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The Future Home-Makers of America has approximately one hundred members this
year. Anyone who has taken at least one semester of home-making may become a member.
The club has participated in many activities. Initiation for new members was held
December first. A Christmas Tea for the parents and teachers was sponsored by the
F. H. A., which was also host at the Section Meeting held in the home-making rooms at
MUHS. Club members attended the State conference held at Asilomar, and in May the
senior members took a two-day trip to San Francisco where they visited Apparel City
and the Sperry Testing Kitchens.
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One trip to Tahoe and one to Yosemite made the newly-formed Ski Club the
"travelingest" organization on campus. Members of the club held "sings" at private
homes almost every month in order to learn traditional ski songs. They also held 3
49'er dance and whislterino. Officers elected for the year were Peter Tweedt, presidcntg
Bonnie Everson, secretaryg and Jeanette Greeb, treasurer. Sponsors for the club are Mrs.
Elizabeth Stewart and Mr. John Poskus. President for next year is john Mortenson and
vice-president is Charles Scardina.
The members of the ofiice staff of MUHS are: Back row, Shirley Lockwood, Barbara
Dockery, Joanne Balbo, Louise Canepa, Theresa Longueira, Drusilla Ohrt, Marie Bagnasco,
Betty Gann, Doris Lee, Ruby Tsubouchi, Esther Campos, middle row, Barbara Brookshire,
Jeanette Da Vigo, Mary Ann Abbati, Mary Constantino, Lawanda Gann, Katherine
Sollazzo, Marie Tringali, Rose Bellante, Marie Guarassi, Rosalie Russo, Norma DiMaggio,
front row, Rose Marie Lonero, Doris Bottero, Marie Strazzulla, Christine Vilar, Frances
Lucido, Elizabeth Costanza, Agnes Buceti, Barbara Tunnell, Sandra Kalar. These girls
work under the direction of Miss Lorraine Giguiere and Miss Nina Jackson.
The Book Club aims to encourage and to share in the enjoyment of reading books,
and to meet and know authors and people behind the books. Sponsor of the organization
is Miss Harriet Baker, the school librarian.
A new science club was formed late this year, open to anyone interested in the
field of science and math. First otlicers for the organization were Ernst Ewoldson, presi-
dentg Terry Gleeson, vice-presidcntg Natalie Abinante, secretary, and Alan Leighton,
treasurer. Sonsoring a booth in the May Carnival was the first activity of the club,
which is sponsored by Miss Catherine Mills.
Under the supervision of Miss Harriet Baker, the following students helped in the
library during the school year: First row, Ida King, Barbara Carskaddon, Virginia Gillespie,
Agnes Buccti, Catherine Bruno, Katherine Sollazzo, Rosalie Russo. Second row, Jeanette
Cardinale, Mary Jo Cardinale, Rose Marie Flores, Rose Flores, Katherine Gallo, Mary Garner,
Jessie Norman. Third row, Dorothy Choisser, Mary Torrente, Barbara Stroop, J. Cum-
mings, James Wachtveitl, Rawleigh Ready, Mike Koblein, Frank Beyer, Paul Hadley.
Back row, Miss Clara LaRue, Norma Lasiter, Lorraine Moran, Marilyn Cropley, Miss
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The mixed chorus, under the direction of Mr. Reu Manhire, has presented a number
of successful performances this year including a Christmas Concert, a spring concert,
and a performance during Public Schools Week, besides taking an excellent rating in the
Northern California Music Festival in May.
The Girls' Chorus, composed of twenty-two girls, has participated in Ll number of
concerts this year, some of which were: the Christmas Concert, the Spring Concert, Public
Schools Week, and the Northern California Music Festival, at which they took a good
rating. This group is under the direction of Mr. Reu Manhire.
During the spring semester sixty-three members of the senior class practiced under
the direction of Mr. Reu Manhire to re are several numbers to sin at their raduation.
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Their final choice for the program included "Service," "Mountains," and a hymn.
Mr. Clifford Anderson and the band deserve high praise for their activities during
the year. They performed at all home football games, presented concerts at Christmas
time and in the spring, participated in the Public Schools Week program, and then
topped their fine performance by taking a superior rating in the Northern' California
Music Festival held at San jose in May.
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The Paletteers is one of the most active honor organizations in MUHS. Members
must have an A or B average in Art and at least a C average in their other subjects.
The Paletteers are known for their annual variety shows, and they present awards to
the people who give outstanding performances for two years.
A trip to San Francisco where they attended two art exhibits and the opera Carmen,
the initiation picnic, four road shows, a barbecue dinner, honoring senior members, at
Bonnie Glover's home, and art service for other school organizations round out the
list of Paletteers' activities for the year.
Club officers for the year were: Carol MacDonald, president, Marilyn Noel, vice-
president, Jean Lopez, secretaryg Dominic Di Mare, treasurerg and Carleen Bowman,
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Editor - - Bonnie Everson
Assistant Editor - Cathy Skalabrin
Business Manager - - Charles Easton
Sales Manager - - - - Jeanette Greeb
Sports and Organizations - - Terry Gleeson
Seniors ---- Evelyn Cooksey
Administration - - Carleen Bowman
Features - - - Karen Wheland
Snapshots - - - Iva Ann Yarnell
Copy Editor I - - - Barbara Zmaeif
Advisors - - - Mrs. Knight, Mr. Stoll
Back row: Charles Easton, Al Witt, Cathy Skalabrin, Ca rleen Bowman, Rosalie Maiorana,
Terry Gleeson, Jack Martorella. Front row: Iva Ann Yarnell, Evelyn Cooksey, Barbara
Zmaeff, Bonnie Everson, Jeanette Greeb, Karen Wheland, Amy Kawabata, Helen Hoyt.
. uane White, Maybene Lamb S
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Front raw: Frank Martin, Will Stensland, Leo Coelho, Sal J. Cardinale, Lorence Laurence Segovia,
Tom Enea, Keith Curtice, John Alioto. Second row: Vince Bevilacqua, Art Sampognaro, Eubanks, Don
Schetter, John McCrary, Danny Fowler. Third row: Biffy Russo, Nicky Marotta, Jack Arancio, Hugh Duckworth,
Bill Ferguson, Rei Yoshinobu, Herb Zimmerman, Neno Campagna, Charles Howell, Lee Harter, Dick Huizenga,
Coach len Mansell. Fourth row: Tom Crawford, Art Vargas, Roy Perkins, John Corson, Tom Arcoleo, Ray Crivello,
Jack Martorella, Chester Harter, Sam Aiello, Sal P. Cardinale, Coach Del Holloway.
Hampered by a score of injuries, the 1949 Toreador varsity ended league play with a com-
mendable tie for second place.
The Greenshirts did not fair too well in practice competition, however, and lost three close
non-league contests to give them a season record of two wins, one tie, and six losses.
Head Coach Clint Purcell, on his first coaching assignment at Monterey, was faced with the
task of building a team around but two veterans of last year's eleven, ends Nick Marotta and
Sal H. Cardinalli. The remaining positions were filled by some able members of last year's junior
varsity and a host of small but capable ex-lightweights. Aiding Coach Purcell were assistants Ben
Mansell and Del Holloway.
Injuries beset the Toreadores early in the season and at one time or another the sick-list
contained the names of Sal H. Cardinalli, Paul Costanza, John Corson, Tom Crawford, Laurence
Segovia, Tom Enea, Sal P. Cardinale, and Art Sampognaro.
Because of a lack of weight in the baclriield the Greenshirts often employed an air attack,
with success hingeing on a familiar Lorence Matthews-to-Marotta pass. The combination proved
to be good for a total of 642 yards, with forty-eight passes going for first downs and six for
On the ground Segovia and Enea provided the element of speed, while little Sal J. Cardinalo
and Tom Crawford added power on line plays. Crawford, however, was injured early in the
season, and the recurring ailments of Segovia and Enea prevented the Toreador backfield from
reaching its top all-around eliiciency.
ln the backfieldz Sal J. Cardinale, Herb Zimmerman, Lorence Matthews, Tom Eneag in the line: Art Vargas,
Vince Bevilacqua, John Corson, Will Stensland, Leo Coelho, .lack Arancio, Sal H. Cardinalli.
Although football line play is often overlooked by the fans, the actions of this year's Toreador
forwards afforded the students and townspeople many a thrill. Particular evidence of this
was the Pittsburg game in which the powerful Pirates were stopped several times on the Monterey
one-foot line. Feats like this were accomplished as a result of teamwork among such defensive
stalwarts as Vince Bevilacqua, Ray Crivello, Sal P. Cardinale, Wilfred Stensland, Nicky Marotta,
and Art Sampognaro, while offensive success and further defensive power were supplied by Sal
H. Cardinalli, Jack Arancio, Roy Perkins, Paul Costanza, Art Vargas, John Corson, and Leo
THE SEASON'S SCORES
Pittsburg Monterey 0
Berkeley Monterey 6
San Jose Monterey 6
Santa Cruz Monterey 27
Watsonville Monterey 12
Salinas Monterey 0
Santa Cruz Monterey 0
Watsonville Monterey 14
Salinas Monterey 13
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Front rowz' Frank favalora, Tommy Silvear, Peter Lecce, Fred Conte, Doug Forxani, Johnie Mehringer, Vince Ruiz, Chuck
Vout, Tom Lucido, John Coniglio, Martin Castle, second row: Coach Ed Larsh, Paul Buscaino, Max Wilkes, Frank Conte, Ray
Cardinlle, Neil Selbicky, Beryl Hartsock, Fred Delgadillo, Gene Roncarati, Charles Wilson, Leo Gota, Coach Doug McNeil,
Mark Smith: third row: Allen Berquist, Donald Baker, Don Moore, Fritz Meyers, Dorn Mineo, Ben Moody, Donald Minick,
Bob Woodward, Frank Ursino, Charles Luce, Pete Astuy, Dick Omoto, Horace Ferrante, Joe Canciamille, Gordon Minick:
fourth row: Martin Moss, Charles Fuggetta, Pete Curatola, Pete Buscaino, Bill Alioto. Nick Hazdovac, Sal Aiello, Jack Russo,
Tony Cardoza, Ed Albert.
The lightweight football team of 1949 ended its season without having won a single game. This was due to the
fact that most of last year's team moved on to play varsity ball.
Although the Toreababes did not star as a team, there were several boys who were stars in their own right. Leo
Gota, who was picked for the all CCAL team, was outstanding in running back punts for touchdowns. Ends Lucido
and Lecce could always be counted on to make a good showing and only missed the all-CCAL team by a few points.
Charles Vout and Fred Conte held down the tackle positionsg Doug Forzani, Joe Canciamille, Vince Ruiz, and Horace
Ferrantc took turns holding down the guard slots. The center position was occupied by john Mehringer with Chuck
Wilson also seeing action. The backfleld consisted of Leo Gota, Tom Silvear, Max Wilkes, John Coniglio, Dick
Omoto, and Tony Cardoza.
Monterey 7 Sunnyvale 27 Monterey 14 Santa Cruz 26
Monterey 6 Santa Cruz 13 Monterey 7 Watsonville 35
Monterey 12 Watsonville 20 Monterey 12 Salinas 13
Monterey 6 Salinas 18
Back row: John Crossman, Joe Kirby, Pete Cutino, Art Vargas, Charles Howell, Gary Goetz, Vince Bevilacqua,
Darrell Sanchez, Coach Ed Larsh, front row: Sal J. Cardinale, Joe LoManto, Gus Aiello, Lorence Matthews,
The Toreador varsity basketball team ended its 1950 Coast Counties Athletic League season in second place.
While they won three of their six league contests, the Greenshirts faired even better against practice competition,
winning eight of twelve non-league games for a good season record of eleven victories against seven defeats.
Ed Larsh took over the basketball coaching chores at MUHS this year and built his team from a supply of ex-light-
weights and members of last year's junior varsity. All of 1949's first ten players had been lost through graduation.
Lacking varsity experience and superior height, the Toreador five achieved success with an abundance of spirit and
Lorence Matthews won acclaim as Monterey's top player and was voted a berth on the Coaches' and Sportswriters'
ALL-CCAL basketball team. Further distinction was earned by the sharpshooting forward as individual high scorer
on the Monterey Peninsula. Matthews accounted for 226 points in nineteen games, for an average of twelve points per
ALL-CCAL honorable mention went to the Torreadores' guard, Laurence Segovia. Segovia was noted especially
for his good ball-handling and fast court work. Segovia and Matthews, teammates since the sixth grade, constituted
a highly-rated combination.
Guard Joe LoManto, most diminutive member of the small Toreador five, came into his own this season after
serving as a reserve for last year's limiteds. Quick to learn, LoManto was impressive with his long-range shooting.
Despite a series of injuries, Gus Aiello, at the other forward slot, finished second only to Matthews in team scoring.
Aiello's accurate shooting while under pressure accounted for several Toreador victories.
Center Art Vargas, the tallest of the Greenshirts, proved to be the team's greatest asset in backboard control. A
to defensive la er, Var as was instrumental in the Toreadores' victories over taller o nents.
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Able reserves, whom Coach Larsh depended upon to spell the members of the first five, were Pete Cutino, Gary
Goetz, Sal J. Cardinale, Charles Howell, and Vince Bevilacqua.
Laurence Segovia Lorence Matthews Gus Aiello
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Back row: Phil Salomone, Ray Crivello, Donald Gee, Dom Mineo, Bill Iwamoto, Charles Tringali, Coach Bob
Clarkg front row: Ray Cardinale, Tom Lucido, Tony Cardoza, Vince Ruiz, Dick Omoto.
Coach Bob Clark's lightweight basketball team had only a fair season, winning six games and losing nine. Their
one league victory was over the Santa Cruz Cardlettes by a score of 38-37.
The Toreababes lost several heartbreakers by either one or two points, which made the difference between being
first or fifth.
Sparking the Toreababes this year was Tony Cardoza, who made the all-CCAL squad. Right behind Tony came
Dick Omoto, Vince Ruiz, and Ray Cardinale. Tom Lucido will be remembered for his 20-foot side shot that won the
game against Santa Cruz. Lou Canepa put in the deciding bucket in the last ten seconds of play in the game between
Monterey and Pittsburg and turned defeat into victory as the crowd went wild.
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Back row: Coach Ben Mansell, Rawleigh Ready, Laurence Segovia, Darrell Sanchez, Lorence Matthews, Joe
McNamara, Bernard Catron, John San Paolo, Tony Lucido, middle row: Ray Cardinale, Charlie Tringali, Martin
Moss, Hugh Turner, Bill Ferguson, Gene Roncarati, David Henny, Lee Harter, front row: Joey Rogers, Ray Crivello,
Walter Krolicki, Bill Kennedy, Al Triplett, Ray Brown.
This year's baseball squad was, with the exception of three seniors, composed of freshmen and sophomore players
that Coach Ben Mansell is grooming with an eye toward another championship for MUHS in 1951 or 1952.
Members of the starting line-up are Lorence Matthews, first base: Ray Cardinale, second baseg Joe McNamara,
shortstopg Tony Cardoza, third baseg Wally Krolicki, right fieldg Bill Ferguson, centerfieldg and Gene Roncarati, left
field. During the season Coach Mansell worked three pitchers for the team: Laurence Segovia, Hugh Turner, and Sal
Two freshmen, Alvin Triplett and Bill Kennedy, saw service at the end of the season after third baseman Tony
Cardoza was dropped from the squad because of injury.
Joe McNamara Lorence Matthews Darrell Sanchez
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Back row: Neno Russo, Art Hamil, Dick Mellerio, Bob Harris, Peter Tweedt, Dom Mineo, Eddie Espy, Fritz Meyers,
Neno Sorci, Martin Ewoldsen, Coach Doug McNeil, front row: Doug Forzani, Joe Linares, Jack Mero, Dick
Omoto, Harvey Nielsen, Nick Hazdovac, Pete Curatola, Jim Edmondson, Horace Ferrante.
Many of the boys on this year's varsity track team turned in excellent performances to
shine individually, although the squad as a whole did not rank with the top notchers.
Tom Silvear has been outstanding in the 100 and zoo-yard dashes and will be a great loss
to the team next year. A newcomer to MUHS, Jim Doody, has made quite a name for himself in
the 440 and broadjump.
Marvin Ponce never fails to place in the shot put, while Jack Martorella, with Richard
Keith and Charles Dermates, carries the load in the pole vault department.
Tom Crawford and Paul Verga have shared honors in the high jump event. Bob Hall and
Richard Helwig, two very capable milers, round out the 1950 varsity track team.
Back row: Marvin Ponce, Billy Scales, Sal Aiello, Paul Verga, Richard Helwig, Bob Hall, Jim Doody, Coach Doug
McNeil, front row: George Machado, Danny Fowler, Richard Keith, Jack Martorella, Larry Brown, Tommy Silvear,
Charles Dermates, Mike Weidmaier.
Jim Doody Tommy Silvear Marvin Ponce
440 Sprints Shot Put
The Toreababe track team has made a place for itself as one of the top teams in the league
and will probably take at least one first place in the NCS meet. ,
The Babes feature a trio of sprinters, Dick Omoto, Bob Harris, and Peter Tweedt. Charles
Fuggetta joins them to make the CCAL winning relay team.
Horace Ferrante is the most versatile member of the squad and has taken the high jump
and broadjump in addition to running the 330. Doug Forzani and Bob Meyer take care of
the shot put, while Meyer and Pete Curatola team up for the discus throw. Harvey Nielson,
Nick Hazdovac, Jack Mero, and Eddie Espy fill out the rest of the team.
Bob Harris Eddie Espy Dick Omoto
Sprints Hurdles Sprints
Back row: Coach Dick Schuman, John Mortenson, Chris Wojciechowski, Bob Woodward, Mike Marron, John
McCrary, Jack Frost, front row: Jimmy Lewis, Randy Reinstedt, John Logan, Lawrence Chan, John Douglas
For the tenth consecutive year the Monterey tennis team is able to present to MUHS the
CCAL Tennis Champ1onsh1p
Coach Dick Schuman s powerful team has had to travel far in search of competition and
has been defeated only by Lowell ranked hlghest 1n Callforma It has been v1ctor1ous m 14
matches and lost only 1
Nat1onally ranked ack Frost leads the squad and IS followed by Mike Marron John
Mortenson John Logan Bob Woodward and Larry Chan Flllmg out the team are Terry Glee
son John McCrary Randy Remstedt John Douglas and Chris Wo1c1echowsk1
In the Interscholastic Tennis Tournament held in Monterey the team got together and won
the perpetual team trophy and gold tenms balls awarded to the wmmng team
Lawrence Chan Jack Frost Mike Marron
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Manuel Tueros, Franklin Young, front row: Luis Wolter, Chuck Wilson, Jerry Googins, Dave Hildebrand,
This year's swimming team, one of the strongest MUHS has had in recent years, is looking
forward to taking several first places in the North Coast Section meet this spring as its members
have done in the past.
Frank Young of the MPC faculty was assisted by John Poskus in coaching the team. Mem-
bers of the team and events in which they competed were: Pete Cutino, 200-yard free style'
Charles Easton, 200-yard free style and 150-yard individual medleyg Andy Buelna, 100-yard
breast stroke and 150-yard individual medleyg Dick Brownlie, 50 and 100-yard free styleg Jerry
Googins and Dennis Deakin, diving. Gordon Minick, Luis Wolter, David Hildebrand, and Frank
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The golf team, under the guidance of Wayne Edwards, enjoyed a very successful season,
finishing high in the CCAL standings.
Members of this year's,team are captain Joe Kirby, Vince Tomasello, Ben Moody, Edward
Cortes, Dick Rotter, Peter Geyer, and Ernie Cortes. The team is losing only two seniors this year,
so next year's squad, with many experienced players returning, should be strong.
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The G.A.A. is an active part of MUHS. Every year the
girls look forward to participating in the many different
types of sports G.A.A. has to offer.
To become a member of the G.A.A. one must have a total
of 200 points. To accumulate these points the girls must take
part in after school activities. They may participate in games
such as hockey, archery, swimming, tennis, basketball, base-
ball, and volleyball.
When 600 points are accumulated a numeral is awarded.
Nine hundred points qualifies one to receive a block, and
1,300 points, a star.
It is traditional to have a play day each year. This year our
guests were Pacific Grove High School and Watsonville High
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time during the year. The girls particularly enjoy this event
because they have the chance to meet new girls and become
Back row: Yvonne Everson, Shirley Wingard, Genevieve lalesferi, Yvonne Leandro Carol Mac
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Back row: Barbara Kobiyashi. Doris Bottero. Ann Chiantelli. Gloria Neumann, Helen Hoyt, Req
Marie Lonero, Amy Kawabata. Mary Ann Abbati, Rose Dorio, Alice Satow: front row: Jeanette
Groeb, Gloria Wasson, Elena Oiea, Ursula Favaua, Diane Trenner, Marilyn Reinstedt, Ursula
Torrente, Hope Gallaro, Cathy Skalabrin, Dorothy Schafer.
Back row: Emily Mello, Sheryl Youngman, Dorothy Yaeger, Gertrude Beall. Pat Hoang, Jerry
Lacey, Joanne Nabzeaka, Louise Canepa. Arlene Constanti, Dion Zaches, Polly McKay Lynn
McDonald: front row: Jo Ann Maiorana. Susan lino. Lorraine Willoughby. Sandra Kalalr Ka
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Gloria Wasson, Pal' Hoang, Sheryl Youngrnan, Alma Hartman Duane Trenner Hope Gallaro
Rose Marne Lonero, Ida Yerne, Sue Conner. Polly McKay.
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DeeDee Noel: back row: Mis na, ora Kneass, Peggy Jordan Bonnie Everton Sheila
McKay, Dion Zaches, Barbara Glover, Polly McKay.
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PALACE DRUG CO.
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488 ALVARADO STREET OCEAN Bc MoNTEvERDE
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La Porte-Greenwald Co.
Real Estate - Insurance
118 WEBSTER STREET MON'fEREN', CAI.IIf.
Nancy Lou Dress Shop
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316 CALLE PRINCIPAL MONTEREY, CALIF. 481 ALVARADO STREET MONTEREY
Mission Ari and Curio Shop
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120 ALVARADO STREET MoNTEREY, CALIF.
WATSON Bc DOW
398 ALVARADO STREET MONTEREY, CALIF.
THE OWL CLEANERS
Quality Cleaning 65 Dependable Service
H3 WEBSTER STREET MONTEREY, CALIF.
FINE- CAKES and PASTRIES
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FREMONT EXTENSION SEASIDE, CALIFORNIA
FREMONT EXTENSION and HARCOURT
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Sal J. Cardinale
Rose Marie Flores
SWEET SERVICE CO.
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153 WEBSTER STREET MONTEREY, CALIF
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CHINA IMPORTING CO.
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ARMY-NAVY STORE STATIONERY
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198 CALLE PRINCIPAL
LORIN D. LACEY DIAL S-S225
AUSTIN of ENGLAND
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298 PEARL STREET MONTEREY, CALIF.
PHONE 2-2467 MONTEREY
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473 AI.vARAno STREET
IN THE POST OFFICE TRIANGLE MONTEREY CALIFORNIA
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147 WEBSTER STREET PHONE 2-5627
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