Morro Bay High School - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Morro Bay, CA)
- Class of 1961
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f ■ WM M ( ' H UST : IlllJilkJL ll lJ vll UkJ 1 1 1 • (• " ■ , Jr 1 X Jcne i (r .-v. I V - ' y i 1 - V. ' ■ y, n J I ji i v- iO VA ? i=f - y y y? a ' - .J -% - v-, % h v ' TREASURE j - ' ' _ v ' .-i ' -4 7 CHEST ' " ' !?- ' y Cr ' : 1960-61 MORRO BAY HIGH SCHOOL MORRO BAY CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATION A ME98AGE FROM MR. WAT80N. OUR PRINCIPAL As the curtain closes on another school year, we must look in retrospect at the many accomplishments of a wonderful group of students. We have no fear about the future success of our school when we consider the statement of Patrick Henry who wrote: " I know of no way of judging the future but by the past. " MR. BARLOW, VICE-PRINCIPAL DR. ANN 9MITH DEAN OF GIRL8 MR. PRICE DEAN OF BOYS MRS. BALES ENGLISH MR. BOYD METAL SHOP MATH MR. OONKLIN ENGLISH SOCIAL STUDIES ft i • MRS. CUSHMAN HOMEMAKING MRS. DENNIS SHORTHAND BUSINESS MATH TYPING I MR. DUNN ALGEBRA I, II GEOMETRY CHEMISTRY MR. ERICK80N MR. FENTZUNG MR. F0RG08TEIN 7TH GRADE LIBRARIAN ART ENGLI8H MATH MR. GIRARD WOOD 8H0P 8PECIAL SHOP - «V ' ' MI88 GOVEDNIK 80CIAL 8TUDIE8 ENGLISH - H; ' MR. HANNULA TYPING I, II GEN. BU8INE88 BOOKKEEPING MATH MR. MARAMONTE B0Y9 ' PHYSICAL ED. MR8. MAST 7TH GRADE MR. MEACHAM U.S. HISTORY C. H. R. SCIENCE MR. MORES MR. MUELLER MR. PRESTON SPANISH 1, II BOYS ' BIOLOGY CONV. SPANISH PHYSICAL ED. GEN. SCIENCE MATH MATH MRS. SELKIRK GIRLS ' PHYSICAL ED. MR. 8HAPLEY BAND CHOIR 7TH GRADE MUSIC MRS. WILLIAMS GIRLS ' PHYSICAL ED. 9TAFF Mrs. Kimerlin Johnny Battson Joe Castagnola Rose Castagnola Fred Witt, Bill Herzog and Jim Cambell Terry Gullet and Joseph Ormande 10 CLASSES JUNIORS Duane Swanson President ,.. w Donna Robinson Vice-President Shirley Guzzie Secretary Mr. Dunn Class Sponsor Barbara Wagner Treasurer Maidie Adams Gloria Bickford Sharon Black Kakie Brebes Jerry Brewer Bill Brunskill Steve Bunting Frank Co elho Karen Cottle Sharon Crass Marc Cunningham Sharon Dahl Jerry Declippel Mike DeNeve Darlene Diemer Joan Draper Danny Elmore Paul Ennis Mike Farkas Mike Fields Carol Fleming Joyce Fosdick Arthur Gaoiran Shirley Guzzie Charles Harris Jerry Harris Arthur Helburg Marvin Henslin Bonnie HoU Sandy Johnson 4.- Frank Kester Jim Keyser John Kleinhammer Ed Landice Judy Leonhardt Roy Little Donna Loperena Jeanie Lysher Mary Mapes David Marques Sandy McCollister Judy Messmore Tom Micarelli Mary Ann Mills Lonnie Nash i, ' Jk Robert Novoa Sandra Paulson Sandy Payne Karen Peterson Donald Pierce Jim Phillips Wayne Phillips Frank Ramos Margie Ramos John Rebensdorf Glen:i Reynolds Janet Reynolds Charlotte Rhodes Donna Robinson Merrilee Robirds Mike Rowell Terry Russel Steven Smith Duane Swanson Bruce Valentine Barbara Wagner Jim Wagner Charles Warren Tom Way land Loralee Whitlock David Thomas Edith Wilson James Wooding Bob Woods Meredith Wright AUT0GRAPH9 80PH0M0RE9 Eddie Andrew President Mike Kishiyama Vice-President Mrs. Bales Class Sponsor Kim Kolb Secretary W- Mr. H annul a Class Sponsor Ronnie Soeda Treasurer Violet Ahrendt Lynda Allen Edward Andrew Lonnie Boggess Linda Booth ' ( Ronnie Blevins Jim Brown Ronnie Brebes Bunny Carson Susan Cooley Danny Cravy Pat Cuely Gary Dennis Sharon Dillard Jerry Downs Victor Downs Alan Eto Janice Eythohenson Karen Frasier Jean Hagelin Fred Harpster Cleo Harris Janet Hinely Tanya Holland Toni Horn Dennis Johnson Kenny Johnson Donna Jones Earlene Jones Louise Judson Mike Kishiyama Kim Kolb Lennie Lane Don Lee Dorothy Lewis Bill Lindsey Reinhard Lovett Eileen Lyman Dennis Manley Betty Markhaidt Diane Marques Alice Massey Dennis McCay Georgett McKnight Ken McElroy " Siiit -I ' ll Karen Nagano Greg Nichols Barbara Nicholson Jean Northup Jerry Parker Bob Patterson Ronnie Pekarek Jim Pierce Toni Pierce Vickie Pierce Cory Powell Barbara Risner Kerry Roberts Tommy Rodgers Michael Rynne Evelyn Santos Marlene Santos Deana Schehl Fred Schlitz Mark Shinbrot Ronnie Soeda Penn Steinhauer Boliver Stocking Anthony Sylvester Sharon Tartaglia j Sylvia Teixeira ! Jim Thomas ■ Anne Tognazzini . Mary Ann Turner Richard Valentine I RonWaodell Barry Wettlavfer Pamala Whitfield Fred Whitmore Glenna Willett ii Linda Willett ' George Winningham Donald Wise Ray Wolford Richard Woolsey Warren Wray FRESHMEN Susan Pierce President € Marilyn Mayfield Vice-President Frances Robertson Secretary Mrs. Williams Mr. Conklin Class Sponsors John Adkins v ' iola Ahrendt deorge Allen Darlene Aurand iharon Bafford Penny Baker Lynn Banducci Janet Bates Vivian Beets Lee Bickford Kenneth Black Mary Booth Rusty Brebes Carol Brewer Barbara Bunting Paula Butterfield Judy Byers David Cannon Judy Case Butch Childress Joe Condra Sue CuUins Joan Cunningham Lannis Czerwin John Dahl Paul Day Joann Debuck Gloria Dent Margaret Dominquez Dale Downs r - ki Mike Dunlop Tom Evered Mike Fort Kathy Fosberg Elbert Fothergill David Garcias Michael Graham Sharon Guzzie Janet Hagler Charlotte Haralson Donald Harris Carolyn Havgan Richard Hawkins Roger Henslin Ronny Holland Nick Howell Arthur Johnson Nancy Kelley Jerry Keyser Joyce Kline Denise Lake Dennis Lamb Hartley Lesser Gary Mankin Coy Massey Marilyn Mayfield Diana McElmoyl Mike McGrath Marian McLinn Dave McMorris Michele Meyer Cyndy Mills Pat Mills Carol Mitchell Shane Mize Jim Montgomery Mike Montgomery Floyd Nichols Walter Nowakowski Kenny Osborn Peter Overmeyer Walter Parks Bob Payne Sharon Perry Susan Pierce C |r|h f% till jrrj. 1 Donn Haggle Dick Reynolds Geraldine Reynolds Martin Reynolds Alan Rhodes Betty Roberts Frances Robertson Linda Rodgers David Russel Dennis Rynne Alice Salvidar Louie Schlitz John Schmid Bill Shamblin Earlene Sherman Phil Shoff Kendric Smith Steve Smith Mickey St. John Toni Stonecyphc Susan Stone Maurice Thomps Jane Tolman Jean Tolman Pat Wagner Karen Waltz Anita Ward Jenny Warren Mike Werner Brian Wettlaufer kM Carole Whitney James Wiley Nancy Williams Ray Williams Joann Zipoy 8TH GRADE Mike Costa President Jeff Tindall Vice President Mr. Girard Class Sponsor Carolyn Rebensdorf Secretary Miss Govednik Class Sponsor Chris Mankin Treasurer Margaret Allen Mark Anderson Rita Antrim Gregory Bahl Jim Banks Gregory Bascom Judy Bender Robert Bickford John Biddle Vicki Black David Boulware Harry Bowers Ronnie Bradley Donna Brewer Helen Brown Paul Brown John Buehman Jeanne Burge Shelia Case Carolyn Chesser Mike Costa Kenneth Craig Jerel Crawford Gilbert CuUins Darryl Pruitt Nick Day Marilyn DeBuck Kathy Evans Richard Fontaine Sharon Fisher John Fricia Larry Garms Joseph Giannini Diane Goodwin Don Goodwin Ron Granvold Jackie Guzzie Pat Hennigan Pat Hollister Martha Horton Stan House Jan Howell Richard Huntington Steve James Dorothy Jarvis JoAnn Johnson Edith Jones Eileen Kohler Donnie Lacik Jan Lake Paula Lamb Mark Landice Bill Langston Kathy Lasko Wanda Little Icel Livingston Melinda Mapes Brenda Markhardt Darcy Maloney Chris Mankin Tim Martin Charlotte Maxwel Rusty Mehon Marilyn Messer Becky McGinty Sue McKeown Robert Moffat Robert Montgome Phillip Novoa Conrad Oberg Robert Osborn Dann Pearcy Janice Peterson Pamela Pierce Charlene Ramel Carol Rebensdorf Steve Rebuck Harlan Richards Linda Rickets Ron Rieger Louisa Rodriquez Carl Roe David Ross Kathy Ross Alan Rynne Paul Saldinar David Sands T Manuel Santos Wesley Schuelke Steve Seqveira Judy Shamblin Mike Sheridan Curtis Shuman Fred Smith Sidney Stone Kathy Swanson Mike Sween Anne Sylvester Leslie Tanner Gary Tenhoeff Donald Thomas Gary Thompson Jeff Tindall June Turner Elaine Vieira :%ii Tom Wilbur Rosalind Wilson Paul Whitlock Tom Wright Kathy Yeates Ronald Montgomery AUT0GRAPH9 V k 4 ' u i 7TH GRADE Janice Robertson President Jamie Banducci Vice President Mrs. Mast Class Sponsor Shirley Montgomery Secretary Richard Santos Treasurer Mr. Erickson Class Sponsor 30 Lynda Adams Kathy Adams Dana Armstrong Kathleen Aurand Brenda Azevedo Jamie Banducci Suzanne Barde Catherine Beddow Starr Beddow Lee Beddow Sharon Beets Bonnie Boone Vicki Boyd Linda Callahan Alice Cannon . .r f if ft i V ' - w 1 . u Sandra Carpenter Sheila Cartwright Linda Casper Randy Chrietzberg Sheila Chrietzberg Vicki Cooke Norma Corrick Jeannine Craig Sally Crass John Day Tim Day PaulDeBuck Gale Dieterich Alan Domenghini Joe Dunlap MMkL. r i K D- " (y A Gayle Eldridge Barclay Erickson Jim Evered Kathy Fonda Jay Gould Patty Graham Sandra Granvold Jerry Gray Linda Hagler Nina Hamilton Tarry Harris Brian Holland Patricia Holland Kathy Johnson Gary Jones Judy Keltner Cathy King Roy Kline Don Lady Gary Lamar Gloria Lamb Paul Lesser Ronald Liljestram Sandra Loperena Kathleen Lyman Connie Mankin Linda Mayfield Glen McCuUough Terrie McHenry Albert Mc Knight Sue McMorris Susan Meacham Sheila Medford Mathew Mendes Shirley Montgomery John Myers Patrick Nagano Mike Newcomb Philip Noah Jessie Oldham Billy O ' Neal George Ormonde Gloria Ormonde Wanda Owens Penny Parker Peggy Pierce Terry Pierce Patti Powell Gail Pruitt Marsha Reedy Donna Rhodes Janice Robertson Dolores Rodriguez Fred Rodriguez Richard Santos Dennis Schweble CaroUyn Scott Pat Sheridan Jane Spellacy Linda Squires tki x H I f ' Jf J S Brenda Stewart Bud Stocking Lester Stonecypl Robert Strong Connie Tabor u r Peter Tomasovi Steven Walker St e vie Ward Patricia Warren Paul Wegner Gayle Wilcox Steve Wilber Sammy Willian Linda Willey Joe Wilson Margaret Wilsor AUT0GRAPH9 34 Captain of the football team? A LONG TIME AGO How ' s that again? 1 B. Bathing Beauty Girls or boys? For Pete ' s sake Smile! The sisters Mapes " 9 r o i; Rodney Monty, Linda King, Jim Leisher, Joan Jarvis, Dick McLees, Susan Close. NEW 8TUDENT8 AND AB8ENTEE8 ROW 1; Doug Harley, Danny Hanes, Mike Waite, Eric Olsen, Mitchell Davis, Steve Riddel, Sara Dye, Linda Roach, Sandy Fredrickson, Sandy Copp, Phyllis Willis, Mary Lu King, Penny Porte, Patti Powell, Sue Shipman, ROW 3: Ronnie Carson, Paul Sale, Tim Abel, Dan Shipman, Chris Holmes, Paul Rodriquez. ACTIVITIES EXECUTIVE BOARD Karen Frasier, girls ' athletic commissioner; Mary Ann Mills, secretary; Carol Fleming, publicity commissioner; Jeannie Bickford, Rally commissioner; Sandy Johnson, secretary, Mike Rowell, boys ' athletic comm.; Donna Loperena, president; Kakie Brebes, activities comm.; Linda Booth, treasurer. 8TUDENT COUNCIL I ROW 1; Shirley Guzzie, Eddie Andrew, Karen Frasier, Linda Booth, Jeannie Bickford, Kakie Brebes, Mary Booth, Sue McKeown, Mary Lu King, Jamie Banducci. ROW 2: Sandy Johnson, Mary Ann Mills, Mike Rowell, Mary Mapes, Carol Fleming, Sharon Tartaglia, Mike Fields, Jim Wagner, Mike Costa, Roy Little, Donna Loperena. The Art Club has Deen very helpful to Dur school this year, [t has put out programs, jports schedules, tickets, signs posters, and ex- hibits. The main aim of the club is to encour- age people interested in art. ART CLUB ROW 1: Kathy Fosberg, Glenn McCollough, Bill Shamblin, Richard Santos, Paul Wegner, Janet Bates, Vicki Cooke, Starr Beddow, Linda Casper. ROW 2; Susan Leiser, Kathy Lasko, Diane Goodwin, Elaine Vieira, Kathleen Lyman, Kathy Aurand, Terrie McHenry, Sandra Granvold. VERY PRIVILEDGED 9TUDENT9 ROW 1: Mike Kishiyama, Karen Nagano, Pat Hennigan. ROW 2: Patti Powell, Sandy Loperena, Carol Fleming, Bonnie Holl, Phil Shoff, Curtis Shuman. These students, two or three from each grade, were chosen for special recognition because of top scholastic rat- ing in their grade. They were honored as special guests at a luncheon of the Rotarv Club. The FHA has concen- trated on money -making projects to finance a trip to San Francisco in the fall. Included in the ac- tivities were various bake sales and a bazaar. The club sent fourteen girls to the section con- vention at Cal Poly, and two to the state conven- tion. F. H. A. ROW 1: Carolyn Haugan, Betty Roberts, Elaine Vieira, Sue Shipman, Shane Mize. ROW 2: Diane McElmoyl, Jodi Brewer, Judy Case, Donna Brewer, Sue McKeuon. FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB ROW 1: Jim Phillips, Linda Booth, Eddie Andrew, Phyllis Willis. ROW 2: Roy Little, Karen Frasier, Tim Martin, ROW 3: Bill Bmnskill, Mary Ann Mills, Mr. Mores. FLC was established during the school year 1960-61 to further the interest of students in foreign languages and their culture. A film festival on foreign countries was shown to foreign language classes during the quarter. It also spon- sored a Calypso Caribe Day and Talent Show on the same day. On this day everyone wore calypso costumes. f )Ljai ' l r S . The Science Club was established at Morro Bay High to promote interest and ability in all parts of science. Sponsored by Mr. Dunn, the club has undertaken experiments in many fields of science and has increased the knowledge of its members. Its attendance has flou- rished since its first year and it is hoped that it will continue to be a suc- cess. 9CIENCE CLUB STANDING: Don Goodwin, Jeff Tindall, Bob Moffatt, Glen McCouUough, Greg Bahl. KNEELING: Jerel Crawford, Richard Huntington, Mike Dunlop, Steve Rebuck. LETTERMEN ' 8 CLUB ROW 1: Mike Kishiyama, David Thomas, Bob Novoa, John Kleinhammer. ROW 2: Mike DeNeve, Danny Elmore, Jim Phillips, Don Pierce, Mark Shinbrot, Fred Schlitz, ArtGaoiran. ROW 3: Duane Swanson, Bill Brunskill, Kim Kolb, Marv Henthorne, Jim Brown, Mike Fields, Mike Rowell, Jerry DeClippel, Coach Maramonte. The Lettermen ' s Club, headed by Mike Fields as presi- dent, had as their main project, be- sides lettering, selling concession at dances and games. I f ROW 1: Cookie Tartaglia, Barbara Nicholson, Sandy Paulson, Jeannie Bickford, Donna Loperena, Kakie Brebes, Diane Marques, Maidie Adams, Jean Northup, Mary Ann Mills, ROW 2: Linda Rogers, Anne Tognazzini, Margie Ramos, Sharon Dahl, Karen Frazier, Sharon Crass, Joyce Fosdick, Janice Etchyson, Evelyn Santos, Linda Booth, Susan Pierce. ROW 3; Cindy Mills, Marilyn Mayfield, Barbara Wagner, Janet Hagler, Toni Stonecypher, Carol Fleming, Karen Peterson, Donna Robinson, Mary Mapes, Vicki Pierce, Alice Massey, Louise Judson, Mary ESooth, Carol Mitchell, Mrs. Selkirk. 8R. HIGH G. A. A. The Sr. High GAA has kept busy this year with activities such as basketball, volleyball, trampoline, baseball, and track. They at- tended a playday at Lompoc and sponsored a county -wide sports day here. Money rais- ing projects included selling popcorn and popcorn balls. They were also co -sponsors of a carnival held in October. JR. HIGH G. A. A. The Jr. High started the year off with a candy cane sale. This was fol- lowed by a playday which was enjoyed by all. Another highlight of the year was a pot luck dinner at which the awards for the various sports activi- ties were presented. ROW 1: Terri McHenry, Sandra Carpenter, Gayle Eldridge, Patty Graham, Linda Hagler, Peggy Pierce, Mary Lu King, Susan Meacham, Gloria Lamb, Alice Cannon, Wanda Owens, Marsha Reedy, Bonnie Boone. ROW 2: Gail Wilcox, Jeannie Burge, Melinda Mapes, Vicki Black, Kathy Lyman, Starr Beddow, Sandy Loperena, Brenda Markhardt, Kathy Lasko, Paula Lamb, Margaret Allen, Suzanne Barde, Miss Powell. ROW 3: Susan McMorris, Kathy Adams, Norma Corrick, Jane Spellacy, Linda Squires, Linda Willey, Linda Callahan, Margaret Wilson, Patti Powell, Marsha Munson, Shirley Montgomery, Kathy Evans, Sheila Case, Darcy Maloney, Linda Mayfield, Connie Mankin, Sally Crass, Penny Parker. f» «t- ' .A Struggling to meet deadlines, writing and re -writing copy, fitting a certain picture into a certain spot, and finally managing to lose that all -important page are all part of the fun that goes with being a mem- ber of the annual staff. TREA9URE CHE9T 9TAFF STANDING: Don Wise, photographer; Darcy Maloney, copy; Mr. Conklin, advisor. SEATED: Bonnie Holl, typist and layout manager; Sue Shipman and Mary Mapes, co-editors; Mary Lu King, copy. PIRATES PORTHOLE STAFF SEATED: Sue McMorris, Reporter; Diane Goodwin, Reporter; Bonnie Holl, typist; Joanne Stewart, fashion editor; Sue McKeoun, reporter. STANDING: Mark Shinbrot, sports editor; Peter Overmeyer, assistant editor; Jim Wagner, Editor-in-chief; Ronnie Soeda, sports editor; Bob Payne, reporter; Mike Werner, reporter and photographer. In spite of lack of funds, the hard- working staff of the Pirates Porthole managed to put out a mimeographed paper. They are now looking forward to next year when they will be old hands at the news- paper game and the Porthole will be authentically printed. BAND This year the M.B.H.S. Band, under the direction of Mr. Shapley, participated in a county wide band festival in Paso Robles and a regional band festival in Long Beach. They received a rating of excellent at both of them. On June 3rd, they marched in the Elks Rodeo Parade in Santa Maria. ROW 1: S, Riddell, D. Sands, L. Allen, B. Stocking, M. Reynolds, M. Anderson. ROW 2: P. Pierce, S. Loperena, S. Crass, G. Lamb, L. Willey, M. Messer. ROW 3: M. Mayfield, P. Hollinger, C. Shuman, S. Case, J. Bueham, P. Tomasovich. ROW 4: C. Mills, M. Allen, K. Waltz, P. Lamb, J. Shamblin, B. Erickson. ROW 5: K. Smith, T. Horn, D. Bouware, E. Olsen, S. Pierce, P. Cully. ROW 6: M. DeNeve, R. Melton, S. James, J. Leiser, K. Yeates, J. Giannini. ROW 7: S. House, D. Good- win, J. Wagner, K. Craig, S. Johnson, M. Mills. ROW 8: J. Case, R. Brebes, T. Evered, J. Evered, R. Nagana, L. Adams. CHOIR Perhaps the most ac- tive group on campus, Mr. Shap ley ' s Vesper Choir has performed publicly at least twice every month since the opening of school: 4 times for the PTA, a special Christmas pro- gram for the Student body and PTA; represent- ing our school at the county music festival and the state music fes- tival; two programs for the Rotary Club, and their annual Spring Concert which was high- lighted by their new robes purchased by the district in April. ROW 1: Merrilee Robirds, Gloria Dent, Jamie Jones, Arthur Johnson, Laura Whit- lock, Mary Ann Mills, Coy Massey, Frances Robertson, Jeannie Biclcford. ROW 2: Carol Mitchell, Janice Etchyson, Susan Stoner, Darlene Diemer, Kim Kolb, Rein- hardt Lovett, George Winningham, Anita Ward, Mary Booth, Kakie Brebes, Pianist: Mrs. Agnes Johnson, Director: Mr. Richard Shapley. Xj. S.V t Don Pierce and Jeannie Bickford are crowned king and queen. A favorite attraction at the freshman class-GAA sponsored carnival was the ring toss. Incidentally, have you ever seen a cancan girl with two right feet? An autumn scene transformed the gym at the Harvest Moon dance. i lai ' At the foreign exchange student assembly, stu- dents from Sweden, Germany, and Greece told of their homelands and of their experiences in the United States. Highly successful this year were the FBLA ' s money-making projects of selling donuts, maple bars, and dill pickles at school. Money gained from this was used for their trip to the annual FBLA con- vention at Oakland. ROW 1: Karen Peterson, Shirley Guzzle, Janet Reynolds, Sandy Payne, Judy Leonhardt, Sandy Johnson, Anne Tognazzini, Mary Mapes. ROW 2: Linda King, Sharon Black, Merrilee Robirds, Margie Ramos, Louise Judson, Linda Booth, Tharis Reedy. As Ivlrs. Melvin, homemaking teacher, and Kathy Yeates look on, Sue Shipman pours tea at the Hawaiian Mother ' s Day Tea. Highlighting the Junior Prom was the talented (?) playing of Mr. Dunn, on the string bass; Mr. Mores on the string bass; and Mr. Watson on, of all tilings, the string bass. These artists didn ' t share the spotlight--only the string bass. JUNIOR PROM THE BABBLING BROOKS larol Kingsley Carol Fleming ulia Parker Jeannie Bickford Jonnie Burns Linda King Jessie Horton JoAnne Stewart The first Junior class of MBHS presented their highly successful Junior Class Play, THE BABBLING BROOKS, on June 2 of this year. Making up the cast were: Nettie Brooks Sandy Payne Betty Brooks Donna Robinson Norma Brooks Mary Mapes Homer Brooks Steve Smith Granny Brooks Donna Loperena Hal Weston Jim Wagner Madge Moore Sharon Crass Don Stuart Duane Swanson Greg Feeter Bill Brunskill Kay Comwell Sandy Johnson F. L. C. TALENT SHOW One Oi " the many talents displayed at the Foreign Language Club ' s talent show was JoAnne ' Stewart ' s singing of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. 49 V IMPORTANT PEOPLE Mr. Fentzling, Librarian Mrs. Coronel Our cheerleaders, Anne Tognazzini, Cookie Tartaglia, Jeannie Bickford confer with THS. f% U. ' vN rr A ■ - ' ' V ■ -i7 i Our photographer takes a break MAJORETTES: Lannis Czerwin, Toni Stonecypher, Mary Both, Linda Rodgers, Joyce Kline. ATHLETICS Kim Kolb, 80 Don Kerce, 40 Mike Fields, 10 ■ ■ Jim Brown, 84 r Steve Bunting, 61 John Kleinhammer, 39 Duane Swanson, 50 Mike Rowell, 12 Ken Johnson, 38 Marvin Henslin, 23 FOOTBALL The MBHS football leam worked very hard and tediously this year and did very well in spite of the fact that this was the first team that had a full season. They won three games, lost five, and tied one. The efforts of the team and the tremendous help of their coaches, Mi. Boyd, Mr. Maramonte. VARSITY BASKETBALL ROW 1: Coach Mueller. ROW 2: Charlie Harris, John Kleinhammer. ROW 3: Jerry Brewer, Mike Rowell, Terry Russell. ROW 3: Jim Phillips, Jim Pierce, Marvin Henslin, Lonnie Nash. This being only the 2nd year for MBHS In bas- ketball competition, a successful year as far as wins and losses is concerned was not anticipated. It must also be kept in mind that we were competing against schools with seniors. The season was re- warding from other viewpoints and the varsity team won one league game to keep the whole season from being a total washout. Outstanding players were Lonnie Nash, who led the team in most points scored for the season and the highest average per game with 9.7 points. Marvin Henslin was outstanding in rebounding and was close behind Nash in total points. Mike Rowell and Jim Phillips showed continued improvement and came on strong at the end of the season. A far more successful year is anticipated in 61 and 62 when we will have seniors and can compete on even terms with the members of our league. f r L " i p i ROW 1: Coach Mueller, Kendric Smith. ROW 2: Roger Henslin, Marc Cunningham, Roy Little, Eddie Andrew. ROW 3: Duane Swanson, Bruce Valentine, Lonnie Mitchell, Elbert Fothergill . . . JR. VAR9ITY Outstanding players on the JV team were: Bill Brunskill, who led in total points; Eddie Andrew and Duane Swanson, who were tied with Brunskill for the highest average points per game. II H C " TEAM For the C team outstanding players were: Rusty Brebes who led in total points and highest average points pet game; Dennis Lamb and Dale Downs showed hustle and promise for the coming year. .ai A ROW 1: Rusty Brebes, Dale Downs, Dennis Lamb. ROW 2: Wagner, Maurice Thompson, John Dahl, Walt Nowakowski. Louie Schlitz, Tom Evered, Phil Shoff . . . Pat ROW 3: J 1 1 M M .OM, fj ?. ' .t ' " ' ii t ' J ■B gH|gP|| ai|g6K -i E: P Hw 1 p 1 m.iLmmt II-.. 8TH GRADE ROW 2: F. Smith, J. Lake, R. Carson, Coach Dick Ferguson, M. Costa, S. Sequeira, J. Crawford, B. Moffatt. ROW 1: R. Fontaine, J. Whitlock, J. Banks, R. Melton, D. Boulware, M. Sween, D. Peaicy, J. Fricia. BA9EBALL The Pirates baseball team got off to a bad start this year but came back strong at the end of the season. Under the supervision of Coach J. Mueller the team came out of the season with two wins , six losses. The pitching staff consisted of John Kleinhammer, Mark Shinbrot, Ron Soeda, Tom Evered, and Mike Rowell. The big striker for the team this year was Ray Wolford. The best defensive player was Mike Kishiyama. TOP: J. Pierce, T. Russell, M. Cunningham, J. Brown, Coach Joe Mueller, F. Schlitz, M. Rowell, R. Soeda, T. Evered . . . BOTTOM: J. Kleinhammer, M. Kishiyama, R. Wolford, A. Gadiran, P. Wagner, M. Shinbrot, R. Brebes . . . Did he make it? Here it comes! THE WRESTLING TEAM Left to Right: M. Kishiyama, C. Powell, R. Wolford, D. McCay, Novoa, F. Kester, A. Sylvester, M. Fields, K. Kolb, F. Schlitz, M. DeNeve, J. DeClippel, M. Henslin, J. Brown. The wrestling team placed fourth in league competition this year, winning two matches, tying one, and losing nine. At the Cal Poly Tourna- ment they placed 3rd. Mike Kishiyama was the top man of the season, winning 12, typing 2, and losing 3. Fortunately for the team all letter- men will be returning next year while many leagues will lose some of their good men at graduation. O j ' f CR098 COUNTRY The Cross Country team had a very successful season. It finished fourth in the major league. This is quite an ac- complishment since this was the 1st year they competed in cross country. Because the entire team will be re- turning next year, the season should be fairly successful. The outstanding runner of the team was Bob Novoa who set a course record in every race he ran. ROW 1: Mike McGrath, Dennis Lamb, Cory Powell, Mike Rynne. ROW 2: Coach Maramonte, Danny Elmore, Dennis Rynne, Fred Schlitz, Bob Novoa . . . TRACK Led by Ken Osborn, hurdler; Dennis Rynne, middle distance runner; and Bob Novoa, Distance runner, the Morro Bay Pirates Track Team came in 4th in the league. Dennis Rynne went all the way to the State semi-finals where he found competition too tough in the 660 yd. run. ROW 1: Danny Elmore, Bob Noboa, Glen Reynolds, Mike Fields, Dennis Lamb. ROW 2: Dennis Rynne, Ken O sborn, Mike Farkas, Mike Mitchell, Stephen D. Smith. 58 GOLF TEAM Formed early this year, the golf team consists of six 9th, 10th, and 11th graders. The team has played 10 games this season losing only twice to Bakersfield and East Bakersfield High Schools. Top scorer was Walter Parks. FRONT ROW: Walter Parks, Jim Leiser. BACK ROW: Walt Nowa- kowski, Mike Rowell, Marc Cunningham . . . THE SWIM TEAM All this year the swim team worked hard on synchronized swimming under the instruction of Mrs. Selkirk, Mrs. Jack Jones, and Mrs. Williams. Having perfected their talents in water ballet, they put on a show for the public at the end of the year. Also highlighting this year were the new swim suits which are royal blue and very becoming. The names of these girls were not available but they deserve recognition for their hard work. One number in the water ballet MEMORIES BALLET? ! MILTON C. 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Morro Bay BEAUTY NOOK BOB ' S SEAFOOD A A MARKET ym) Helen Nichols JkU Specializing In Hair Styling Sea Food Bar Permanent Waving Tinting Fish Chips Phone SPruce 2-4456 9:00—6:00 Monday Thru Saturday Fish Wholesale Retail 427 Fifth St. Morro Bay 5th Embarcadero SP 2-8473 PARK MOTEL Kitchenettes--Sleeping Rooms Family Plan— Next to Playground Grocery Store On Hwy. 1 Next to City Park SP 2-3131 MORRO BAY MEN ' S SHOP For Sportswear Accessories Arrow— Rough Rider Lord Jeff— Munsing 415-5th SP 2-8500 In Morro Bay It ' s the ROCK CAFE 355 5t h St. Opposite the Bank MORRO BAY 6 (t xaSV vi V DRUG STORE 315 Fifth Street We Take Better Care of Your Health Mobil as BUD ' S MOBIL SERVICE Mobilubrication Wheel Balancing Tires — Batteries Accessories Phone SPruce 2-3601 475 Fifth Street Morro Bay CRILUS POPCORN STAND Stand on the Waterfront for Your Popcorn Peanuts, Sno-Cone, Cotton Candy We Also now have Peanut Brittle, Carmel Corn, Honey Corn, Salt Water Toffy We Cater for Your Parties One Week ' s Advance Notice Necessary CABRILLO FLORIST Specializing in Teenage Corsages 204 6th Street Morro Bay Phone SPruce 2-6331 FID Seal FRANK ' S GROCERY Frank Annie Cordoza Grocery Meat Beer We Give S H Green Stamps Wine Phone SPruce 2-1180 845 Main St. Morro Bay TABOR REALTY 870 Main SPruce 2-7334 J. M. COSTA SON My Compliments LUMBER Locally Owned and Operated Since 1947 Lumber Building Materials HAROLD A. THOMAS Sherwin Williams Paints Hardware Pho ne SPruce 2-7368 P. 0. Box 1258 Morro Bay Bud ' s Mobil Service Bud Hayes, Prop . Mobi lubrication Wheel Balancing Tires — Batteries Accessories Phone SPruce 2-3601 475 Fifth Street Morro Bay Rumley ' s Famous Brands of Men ' s — Women ' s and Children ' s Wear Catalina--Graff — Levi — Tom Sawyer--Etc . Also Morro Bay High School Gym Clothes for Boys. 325 5th St . SP 2-3251 Callahan ' s Red Goose Shoes for ell the Family Headquarters for Ked ' s Natural Bridge Shoes for the Lady ' s. Telephone: SP 2-3251 325 5th St . Morro Bay, Calif. THE SUN Dedicated to the Development of the North Coast District Established in 1931 Your Home Town Newspaper 696 Fifth Street Morro Bay DEL MAR GROCERY Fast Friendly Service SP 2-8184 2198 Highway 1 Morro Del Mar Morro Bay Variety Harriet and Bill Payne 9--6 Mon.--Thurs. 9--9 Friday 10--4 Sunday 407 5th Street Morro Bay Grocery and Dale ' s Meat Market SPruce 2-2531 SPruce 2-8504 5th and Main Originals Unlimited Custom Picture Framing 155 5th Street SPruce 2-7439 M. V. Morley Realty 8 Farmers Insurance Groups to Serve Your Insurance and Real Estate Needs. Joseph Schachtell Stewart Strange Eleanor Morley lone Swanson Irys Strange 5th and D Morro Bay HAMBURGERS T AC O S SUNDAES PIZZA H O T D O G S CHICKEN IN THE BASKET FLOATS MALTS Open Daily 1 1 A.M . to 1 1 P .M . 5th and Piney Way SPruce 2-8373 MORRO BAY REALTY 698 5th SPruce 2-7305 SERVICE CENTER NEWS STAND AND HOBBY SHOP Los Angeles Fresno San Francisco Sundries Hobby Supplies Novelties 507 5th SPruce 2-6101 ROSE ' S BARBER HAEBERLE ' S SHOP TOT ' N MOM 515 5th Street SPruce 2-7237 2300 Highway 1 SP 2-8579 BREBE ' S ABALONE PLANT FISH MARKET SPruce 2-6463 7th and Front Streets Morro Bay - ' " i V -.v " X ■ «H " ' ' x o 4i G V V ■VI
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