Mountain View Union High School - Blue and Gray Yearbook (Mountain View, CA)

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A. l Senior Night 4 f M 9-girl RICHARD BASSETTI junior Carnival Committee w MARY DAMILANO Transfer 3 Orchestra 3, 4 Orchestra 3, and 4 Honor Roll 4 Senior Play QPrompterJ W, , BOB DUNSHEE Stageerew 4 Camera Clulv 3 junior Carnival Committee 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4 Baseball 3, 4 Boxing 2 BETTY POLINO Advisory Seeretruy I C, A. A. l, 2. 3, 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Ureliestra 3, 4 Annual Stall 4 Badminton Manager 4 junior Carnival Com. 3 ROBERT SAYLOR Student Body Pres. 4 Footlwall 4 Class President I, 3 Student Council Rep, l Dance Committee 2. 3, junior Carnival Com. 3 BARBARA GRUBB 4 Commencement Speaker 4 Advisory Vice-Pres. l Class Secretary 3 Student Body Secretary C. S. F. I, Z, 3, 4 junior Carnival Com. 3 G. A. A. l Senior Play 4 Dance Committee 2, 3 FRANK TOFT liootlwall 4 Council Representative 4 junior Carnival Cum. 3 ARLENE SARMENTU Transfer Z Choir 2, 3 junior Carnival Com. 3 Eagle Staif 4 16 4 ELEANOR McGONIGLE ,Iunior Carnival Committee 3 Eagle Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Freshman Reception Com. 2 Bond and Stamp Rep. 3 RALPH ROESKY Transfer 3 Track 3, 4 -Iunior Carnival Comm HELEN AGSIDERSON Iircsliman Reception I junior Carnival Committee 3 Annual Stafl' 4 BOB FLOYD junior Carnival Committee 3, 4 Track 3 SI-IIRLEE TRACY Transfer 4 Choir 4 PAUL MYERS Transfer 4 Class Vice-President 4 C. S. E. 4 Dance Committee 4 ,fkbtcu ,Ay GLORIA LAMBERT School Representative D. A. R. Contest 4 Student Body Adv. Mgr. 3 Band, Orchestra I, Z, 3 Annual Staff I, Z, 3 Editor 4 G. A. A. I, 2 School Ring Chairman Z C. S. F. 2 Commencement Speaker 4 LLOYD NORDBERG Band I, 2, 3 junior Carnival Committee 3 3-UZ Year Graduate VIRGINIA PROPST Secretary of Class I C. S. F. 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 S:cretary of Advisory I lunior Carnival Committee 3 Bond and Stamp Rep. Z School Ring Committee 3 RAY MATHIES Student Body President 4 Advertising Manager 4 junior Carnival Committee 3 Eagle Q Annual Sports Ed. 4 Block "M" Secretary 3 Basketball I, Z, 3, 4 Football Z, 3 Tennis I, 2, 3, 4 SARA AGUIRE PAUL ARATA junior Carnival Committee 3 Football 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3 Boys League Sgt.-at-arms 4 LENORE CORN ELL VIRGINIA MASON G.A.A. 1, 3,4 C. S. F. 2, 3, 4 Council 1, 2 Class Officer I, 3 junior Carnival Committee 3 Orchestra 1, 3 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Eagle Staff Asst. Editor 4 Dramatics 4 Annual Staff 4 Senior Play 4 Class Secretary 4 JACK YOUNG Class President I DOROTHY YOUNG Baseball 2,3 G, A, A- 1 Class President 4 junior Carnival Committee 3 Council Representative 2, 3, 4 Stage Crew 4 Orchestra I ESTELLE STAGC DOROTHY RUSSO G A A I junior Carnival Committee 3 Eagle Snail' 4 Advisory Officer 2 junior Carnival Committee 3 War Stamp Committee 3, 4 Honor R011 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Secretary 4 , E ANDERSON RONALD BENDER c a Girl's League 4 Football 1 S? for PW 4 Basketball I 2, 3 Class Treasurer 3 Band 1, 3 junior-Senior Prom. Com. 3 Stagecrew 4 ,lunior Carnival Committee 3 CARLENE MIDDLETON G. A. A. 1 Eagle Staff 4 junior Carnival Committee Transfer l, 2 Clioir 4 MARjORIE MASON C.S.F. 1, 2, 3 Secretary Class Sect.-Treasurer 2, 3 lunior Carnival Committee Dramatics 4 Senior Play 4 Annual Staff 4 3lfQ Year Graduate SALLY CALVO C. S. F. l, Z, 3, 4 junior Carnival Committee Class Secretary 1 Class Vice-Pres. Z 3-V2 year graduate LORNA LEWIS Advisory Secretary 1 Girl's League Advisory Representative l G. A. A. 1, 4 junior Carnival Committee Dance Committee 2, 3 Senior Play 4 FRANCES CANO Class Representative 4 February Graduate jr. Carnival Committee 3 3 3 3 GEORGE TAYLOR junior Carnival Committee 3 Freshmen Reception Com. 2 MARY INGLIS G.A.A. l, Z, 3, 4 Dramatics 4 Senior Play 4 FRED TANNLER junior Carnival Committee 3, 4 BETTY BELL junior Carnival Committee 3 Eagle Staff 4 GLEN KLEIN Transfer 3 junior Carnival Committee 3 EVA AMORIZA Band 3 junior Carnival Committee 3 .IEAN GIAYA G. A. A. 1, 2. 3. 4 Tennis lvlanager 2 Eagle Staff 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Senior Night 4 JANE SARTO Student Body Vice-Pres. 4 C. S. F, 4 Dramaties 4 Senior Play 4 Caniera Club 3 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Yell Leader I Class Secretary 1 ALBERTA SILVERIA Eagle Staff 4 Dramaties 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Fxnnual Staff 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Tennis Manager 4 Swimming Captain 3, 4 Senior Play Committee 4 PAT NOHRDEN Transfer Z ,lunior Carnival Committee 3 Eagle Stall' 3, 4 Editor 4 Annual Staff 4 Senior Play Cast 4 Draniatics 4 Majorette 4 LAUR ETTA SON DG ROTH junior Carnival Committee 'A Eagle Stall' 4 Bond E! Stamp Committee 71 JAY HOPKINS Baseball 2, 3, 4 junior Carnival Committee 'Q C. F. 3, 4 Boys' State 3 Public Speaking Contest 7 EVANGELINE BUSTAMANTE Transfer 3 Commencement Speaker TED SEELY Transfer 2 Football 2, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Track 4 Student Body Treas, 4 ,ll'.'Sl'. Prom Committee Council Representative MAXIN E LOVENS February Graduate Transfer 4 20 4 4 COLETTA SON DGROTI-I junior Carnival Committee 3 Stamp and Bond Rep. 4 LOUIS BECK Transfer 3 Football 3, Captain 4 Baseball 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Boy's League Pres. 4 Class President 4 Jr.fSr. Prom Committee 3 MARY BU STAMANTE Transfer 3 CLARENCE SALADO MARY LOPEZ G. A. A. 4 Eagle Staff 4 3-lf2 Year Graduate ALBERTA GARRARD Art Club G. A. A. l C. S. F. 2, 4 Annual StafI 4 ,IOYCE BENDER G. A. A, l, 2, 3, 4 Girl's League Treasurer 4 Camera Club 3 Dramatics 4 Dance Committee 3 Girl's League Dance Com. 4 LOUISE BELISARI C. S. F. 4 Tffmrfcf 3 Eagle Asst. Editor 4 hmtball 4 Annual Staff 4 G. A. A. 4 RUBY IVIARTINEZ ALICE GRIFALL DYAHIHUCS 4 junior Carnival Committee 3 Dance Committee 1, 3, 4 Red Cross Rep. 4 Transfer 3 B s. C, chflzwf JEAN STEFFEN LOUIS HUGHES Senior Play 4, lProinptcrl Transfer 3 Girl's League Aecomp, 2. 3, 4 junior Carnival Committee 3 Piano I, 2, 3, 4 G. A, A, 2 Dance Committeea 2, 3, 4 WAYN E FOLSOM Track 3, 4 Baseball 3 Band 1 Eagle Staff 4 Junior Carnival Committee 3 VERNA KUNZ February Graduate 'IAMES BAUMAN Stage Crew GABRIELLA SANCHEZ 3f1f'2 Year Graduate junior Carnival Committee 3 MARY MAGIUS Student body Secretary 3 Senior Play 4 Student Council 3 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Class Vice-Pres. 1 G. A. A. Secretary 2 Girls League Secretary 3 Girl's League Soc. Chairman BOB FERGUSON Transfer 2 Wrestling 3 junior Carnival Committee 3 ROSE FUCILE C. S. F. l, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 junior Carnival Committee 3 G. A. A. Secretary 4 Advisory Secretary l GEORGE HUGHES Baseball 3 Transfer 3 LL' 'Mk ff Q ,Ly 4 AY L. xg, I , f , f,f,,0L,wfj, ULLOA SANDS ERVJIN DEISNER Transfer 4 Fclwruary Graduate Pres. and Vicc-Pros. ul' Advisory I junior Carnival Comniittcc 3 Choir 4 C. S, IT, l, 2. 3, 4 GLORYN COATES Class Vice-Pres. l 'luniur Carnival Committcc 3 .IOHN ALEXANDER C. SA F. 4 junior Carnival Coinrnittcc 3 Football 3 Baseball 4 CHRISTINE MILLER FRANK COFFER .IIT C21fl1iVi1l CUWTUIUCK' 2' 3 junior Carnival Conimittcc 3 Clwir 4 Eagle Stall' 4 G. A. A. 3 Honor Roll I, 2, 3. 4 .f ' ROBERT ,IOHNSON :f"a'lbH'I 2 RQSETTE ROQUES Baseball 3, 4 Tmngfqr 1 Dramatics 4 Basketball 3 QCW14, WWW LUCY OTTAVIANO RICHARD MARQUISS Choir -1 Eagle Sfdff 'I Football Manager 4 junior Carnival Qurnniittce: 3 -'umm Carnival Cummings 3 23 fx-X09-wg . X 'y,:4.,1fv 'X- ERNEST MATTEIS MARIE MATIJASEVICH - Band 1, 1, 3 Advisory Secretay 1 Orchestra 4 Offhestm I Baseball Manager 3 GA A' A- li 2 Eagle- Staff 4 junior Carnival Committee 3 Bonds and Stamps 3 Dance Committee Z, 3, 4 Senior Night 4 MARIO COSTA NGEL THQMPSON Advisory President 1 junior Carnival Committee 3 Class Officer 1 Band 1, 2, 3 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Manager 4 Girl's League VicefPres. 3 Cv. A. A. Vice-Pres. 3 Girl's League Pres. 4 Com. of Girl's Athletices 4 MARIE SMALL ANTIONETTE EN RIQUEZ G. A, A. Eagle Stag 4 junior Carnival Committee 3 MARY GARCIA MERVIN KING Baseball 3' V Class Secretary 2 Band 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 3, 4 Basketball Manager 4 Eagle Staff 4 G. A. A. 1 2 3 4 unior Carnival Committee 3 " AXYJCLA . MARY MONTALVO CARLOS ESPINO Vocal 2, 3, 4 junior Carnival Committee 3 February Graduate Transfer 3 Eagle Staff 4 I s 5 ROSA-XLIND HALL A c:.lIZlCI'.l Club vi ,I11111111 figarluull LIHIINIIIILLUL' af J 9 CAMERA DODGERS TOM GOLDEN CHARLES BERRYESSA PHILLIP JONES DIERRY HAMMOND DONALD XVILSON SENIORS IN SERVICE ROBERT SAYLOR, .A1'111y fxll C11-rpx Dmczx Ycvuxcz, Amy A11 c:.,1,M 11A15L ARAT.-x. NM' Rc1xAL1J BENDER. A1111y ,IAY HOPKINS. ximlmr M.1111w r:ARLos 13sP1xc1. .a11.1yA11c:1,,Ep. wus HLJGHES. fxicrdmrmr x1.lI'lllC SENIOR BABY 1 an x :gg . 1' 3 11 .K., ag' Wm' gr LH'-1 CVUNH. 1. Gluryn Cozmtcs. 3. fwhry Lopc:. 4. fxiilurcd Pwk, 5. Ernest Muttcis. 6. Yluycc Bcndcr. U. ' - 'UPN . . . Alxmc Lovcus. IH. Lrvrcltu amd Ccvlcttzl Smwdgrulim, ll. X'lI'!lI1lil and N1ill'jUl'iC Nhsmm. 12. :Uber xcrm. I3 Extcllc Stagg. 14. Mary lngllf, li. -lame Snrtu, 16. Put Nulmrdcn 26 4 ICTURES il -s 1. lczm Stetfcm. 2. Ruse Fucllc. 3. 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N1 'I S , I ' 'I1' 'Il 1' .1l11l 1' 11 ILIAII 11111 I111l11l1cc 1 11 tI11: 11' I my '1 1 'S. 1' 1 " ' '1 Q V1 ll. I,I:1 ' '. bg d '1lfs1 "cll1 " 1' RC'-I p"' t11tI1c 1 11 L1rl4 xx'I1 11c1'cr 411111 L11 gc 1 Llc ' 1 '111 '. I, SI11 l" 1 'I 1' g 141' 11 1 ' 11lSI. f JU IDRS The "new" upperclassmen juniors, hegan a very active year hy initiating those "green and lowly" Freshmen at the heginning of school. They quickly filled in the rest of Autumn hy campaigning for a Youth Center here in Mountain View. They were rewarded lay the opening of the "Eagles Shack." Four junior class memhers attended the State Youth Conference in Sacramento, representing hoth Los Altos and Mountain View. Many junior hoys went out for footlvall, liaskethall, lwasehall, and track, winning their blocks in these sports. The next thing on the very crowded program for the juniors was a very heautiful "Saint Patricks Day" dance. The junior class party was given up in order to give this very successful dance. The Junior Carnival, with the theme of song titles, and the name "Melody Lane," was one of the best ever given in Mountain View. The chairman of the carnival was Roy Bertorelli. Next the traditional 'Junior-Senior Prom" came up on the list, and it was carried very successfully. It was one of the hest and most heautiful proms ever given. The juniors carried a 6 per cent average on the C. S. F, The memhers are: Ellen Erichsen, Clayton Roche, john Summers, Mark Stivers, Caroline Hohhel, Richard Saylor, Marian Delp, Byron Guey, and Peter Daley. FALL SPRING john Summers .........,...................... President Roy Bei-Lorelli ..,..,.....,.. ....,.. . President Mark Stiver .. ..,. ..,.. ....,,. .... V i c e-President Cornelia Matnasevieli ......... . VicefPresident Ellen Erichsen .... .. Secretary ff Treasurer Yvonne Cadwallader .......... See. E-ny Treasurer Roy Bertorelli .... ................,,,. S gt. at Arms Vladimer Vllnovic ..............,..... Sgt. at Arms Glenn Wilscmli .... Council Representative Leo Stefani .............. Council Representative 1. Summers, M, Stiver, E. Ericlisen, G. W'ilsc+ii, R. Bertovelli 33 .s 'V if v S X ,. f ' , 14, f a ,pri 1 s. fs? A. i 5 a 4 - gif! 16-6 SQPHUMQRE This highfandfmighty class was proud of themselves when they stepped out of the bracket ot Freshmen, and on September 18, appeared at school as members of the Sophomore class. As soon as this class got settled and calmed they started work on the Freshman Reception, which was held on September 29. This turned out to be a good welcome to all the Freshmen who attended. Un December 5, the Sophomore class led all the other classes by selling the most bonds and stamps at the class auctions, The Sophomores had their superfcolossal "Sophomore Day" on April 5, in the afternoon and evening. Dinner, dancing, and games were enjoyed by all. Miss Caroline Wticid and Miss Edna Wilbur had the job of keeping the class under eontrol by being, respectively, the class adviser, and sponsor. Among the many from this class who came out for sports are: Bob Casella, Clarance Salado, Ray Dodson, Doug Richardson, Ivan Vojvoda, Joe Russo, joe Perez, Victor Bellomo, Denver Groff, and Bill Kogelschatz. Members of the C. S. F. are: Marguerite Hammond and Arlette Morrison. The school is proud of this class and hope they keep up the good work in their remaining two years of high school. The class ofheers tor the spring and tall are: FALL SPRING Bob Casella .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,... P resident Bob Casclla .,,.,,..,...,......................... President Xfcrriniea Sze-go ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, VicefPresident Marguerite Hammond ............ VicefPresident Barbara Hixon ,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, S ecretary Barbara Hixon .,.......,...,.....,.,........,. Secretary Barbara Hixon ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. Treasurer Denver Grotl ...,.......,....................,. Treasurer Tom Moran r,r,,,,,,,,,,, Council Representative Doug Richardson ...... Council Representative M. Hammond, D. Croff, B, Cassella, D, Richardson, B. Hixon Pi 34 FRE HME On the first bright day of the '4474-5 school year, the freshman class made a spectacular appearance on the Mountain View High campus with its 130 young members eager to begin their high school careers. Although they were widefeyed and felt strange at first, they soon got into the swing and began enjoying them' selves. The freshmen initiation was the first of their big events, proving to be a time enjoyed by all. Order of the day was that the girls wear their dresses back' wards and two inches below the knee. They wore makefup on one side of their face, but not on the other, and one side of their hair was curly, the other side straight. The boys wore bow ties and had their pants rolled two inches above the knee. A kangaroo court was held in the afternoon for those not participating. The next thing on the calendar for the freshmen was the Reception. This was sponsored by the sophomores, and held in the gym. In February the semester grades came out, which was quite an event for the freshmen. The freshman class proved to the school that they were exceedingly brilliant. Six of this class made the C. S. F., and they had the largest group on the honor roll. A large number of the freshman girls and boys participated in after school sports this year. The Freshman class party was held in April. The girls dressed in jeans and slacks. Sports, consisting of baseball, volleyball, and swimming, made the party complete. A delicious supper was served in the cafeteria. After supper there was dancing. Everyone went home tired, but with memories of a good time. B. Propin, j. D'Amici, R. Gonzales, L. Payne, j. Bradley, H. Marvin, E. Maciel, L. Sarto, B.Barker MIDYEAR LCUW SENIORS The members of this elass, graduating in june, are Marjorie Mason, Virginia Mason, Mary Lopez, Sally Calvo, Gabriella Sanchez, Gloryn Coates, Lloyd Nord' berg, Ulloa Sands, Arlene Sarmento. Paul Myers, Eva Amariza, Bob Ferguson. Memf bers of the C. S. F. from this elass were Marjorie Mason, Sally Calvo, and Gloryn Coates. The only oflieer eleeted this year was Bob Freeborn for Council Representative. LOW .IUNIORS This class is proud to have Vie Bellomo as one of its members. He was one of the highest seoring man in the Santa Clara Valley League for the Varsity teams, The success ol' the lunior Carnival is also due to the work of Low juniors as well as the High juniors, Their Couneil Representative is Nona Ingram. Carl Luehetti was the member from this elass in the C, S. F. 38 CLASS LOW SOPHOMORES These students have a certain feeling of accomplishment, hecause they are no longer freshmen. This class, even though it is small, as are all mid'year classes, has had a part in a numher of school activities. The class officers are President, Ray Dodson: Vicefpresident, Herhert Thomas: SecretaryfTreasurer, Trini Calvog Council Repre- sentative, Betty Booher. Kent Carnie was the only memher from this class in the C. S. F. i 3 LCHW FRESHMEN Un Fehruary 9, twentyftive excited. hut slightly timid. frosh entered lvlountain View Union High School, This year for the first time, the mid-year freshmen had their own initiation. They all proved to he good sports. however, hy ahiding hy the rules of the initiation. Ray Conzales is their representative in Council. We all say, "VJelcoine" to these new freshmen, hoping that their future years at good old M. V. High will he happy and heneficial. 39 4 in P' Avy! 'V M ,,,AQ ,, ,M x,. ' ,gSwLf'i""f??ig2",1". fm. 4 404. ..4. ., . ,G 4 . .f fm'T?fJ'f!wr5?:fw - if 1 4 '- Q Qxffifbil. Q ' g ' ' f Mfmvf2MmzQgw,w?,.,, , A wg ag: ,Qu ' NJ, , A ,: 45,5 ,iw ,, .gk f 1 , ,,,.y !- ' M , gf 1' X , mf 1' ,gsm-ff H .... 4 4 'TV W, "4" ' 3 K' M, 42 J-fix? 5 ,, ,, NM V W , 4 v mm .,, ,t 2 ' f A W ff. fi A ff, V f mwewf ' ' I Vifgg 'V77 app? ' " . ' BOB SAYLOR The fall term got off to an ambitious start under the capable leadership of the President, Bob Saylor. The council was kept busy with the seating and policing problems caused by football games Dances seemed to be the order of the day. The council gained permission to hold dances after home football games and, by popular demand, noon dances were held in the old study hall. One of the main topics of discussion was our school constituf tion which was sadly in need of revision. Committees were ap' pointed, but due to lack of time, the beginning of the spring A term saw this work yet to be completed. Demands that the Student Body exert some patriotic efforts were satisfied when the council helped Mountain View meet her goals in the various drives by contributing generously. Due to complaints that council activities were too much clothed in secrecy, the Secretary read the minutes over the Public Address system after every meet' ing. Thus students kept a close check on council activities. Another direct result of these complaints was the reinstating of the old custom of having council meeting before the entire student body. The first attempt met with great success in every way. Bob's active program was interrupted immediately after Christmas vacation when he was called into the Army Air Corps. Vice President Tom Golden then took the lead and brought the term to a successful end. OFFICERS President .,.......,.. ........,,,..,.,.,.,.i.,,,,,, ..... B i sb Saylor ViccfPrcsidcnt ..,.,, ,.................... ..,...... T o m Golden bccretary ...,,,,,,,,, ......,.. B arbara Grubb Treasurer ,,,.....,................... ........ C harles Berryessa Sgt. at Arms ....,..........,.,......... t.......... G eorge Rosen Commissioner Boy's Athletics .... ,...... G eorge Geraci Commissioner Girls' Athletics .... N oel Thompson Annual Editor .........,............,.,,.. .,,,.....,,.,,,,.,.............,.....,...... G loria Lambert BQDY The council for the spring term was immediately plunged inf to the task of revising and amending the constitution. This work had been started in the fall term. Under the new presif dent's diligent leadership, committees presented to the council new amendments, all of which were approved. Voting was held by the student body and, for the first time in a number of years, the school was given a new constitution, fitted to cover present day problems. A musically inclined council organized a drive which netted so many coat hangers that, when they had been sold, we could purchase a new record playing machine. Because of the demand for noon record playing, a number of records were purchased, and contentzd music lovers settled back. Spring brought the baseball diamond reconditioning problems, which were H' nally efficiently settled. Dances, plays, and other activities kept the council busy with requests for loans. Nearly all were granted, and were paid back to the advantage of our student body treasury. As the spring term drew to a close, the final ordering of next year's supplies and other duties relative to the term's end kept the council busy up to the last minute. OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ....,..............,......., ........ R a y Maitbics VicefPresident ...... .............,....... ...........,.. j a nc Sarto Secretary ,,.....,,.,,................. ,..,.,. B arbara Grubb Treasurer .,.......,,.v,.,.....,......... ...,,....., T ed Sccly Sgt, at Arms ,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ......,,. R oy Bertorclli Commissioner Boys' Athletics .. .......... Manuel Escano Noel Thompson Commissioner Girls' Athletics ., ' ....... ,,,,,. G loria Lambert Annual Editor ....................... ,.nv""' 43 RAY MATHIES ,.""4 ' 'W 1 Y - i V J all STUDE T CQUNCIL This year, as always, the Student Council representatives played a very important part in school affairs. These members with the Student Body Ofhcers made up the group of students who governed all the school business during the year. Each class is entitled to send one representative to the weekly meetings which this year were held every Tuesday. TOP: J. De Amicis, T. Sccly, L. Stefani, B, Freeborn, D, Richardson. MIDDLE: R Bertorelli, B. Gruhh, F. Musso, R. lvlathies, M. Escano. BOTTOM: T. Golden, M. Nlagius G. Wright, -I. Sarto, G. Lambert, G. Geraci. C. S. . The C. S. F. has been a whirlpool of activity: every member has been busy showing his ability in studies and play. The group has not been large, consisting of but twentyfnine members. Fourteen stu' dents came from the Senior class, seven from the junior, txio from the Sophomore, and six from the Freshman group. Credit for the success of the year must be given to the advisor, Mr. Rust, and the officers. john Cummers, president, guided the group well. For the first time in many years, the C. S. F, we it on several field trips. Membership pins were given all to wear as symbols of work well done, Life Membership pins were given at graduation to the few worthy seniors, The spring dance sponsored by the C. S. F. was successful, and the annual C. S. F. banquet was enjoyed by all, f gawk? 98 f ,QQQQ 45 LEAGUE GIRLS' NOEL THOMPSON The girls of our school were entertained very thoroughly this year by the programs planned by Florence Musso. Of the many programs, the most outstanding ones were: Stanford and its campus, the Freshman group of entertainers, the Breakfast Club, and the traditional farewell to the Seniors. The faculty entertained a joint meeting of the two leagues, and Major Duhram, from the Salvation Army, spoke on juvenile Problems to another joint session. Interesting projects of the year were the Christmas Dance which was held in the Masonic Temple, and the annual Mothers' Tea with a circus theme. Our money' making project was the coke booth which was operated both at the football and basketball games.The net profits added substantially to the Student Body fund. In addition to these, the league managed to sponsor a Fathers' Night which proved very successful. Thanks to Florence Musso, vicefpresidentg Ina Mae Anderson, secretaryg Joyce Bender, treasurer, Yvonne Cadwallader, song leader, Mary Magius, social chairman, Ruby Martinez, decorating chairmang Nancy Wilkins, welfare chairman, Ellen Erichsen, scrapbook chairman, and jean Steffan, pianist, for doing such a good job, and making the year under the leadership of Noel Thompson, and sporsorship of Caroline Wocid, very successful. 46 MISS WOOD MR CARTER LOUIS BECK There were five meetings of the league this year, The programs arranged hy Mr. Carter, Dean of Boys, and joe Marvin, Program Chairman, were all very interesting to the fellows. The highlights of the first two meetings were speakers. At the first, Lt. Ted Hopkins, U.S.N.R., who is a former student of our school, told of his experiences in the South Pacific. At the next, Chief Petty Officer Lambert, who was stationed at Moffett Field, told of some of his experiences on lighter than air craft. The school dance hand, composed of Larry Willifcird, Ronny Bender, Jack Young, Denver Croff, and Bill Kogelschatz, also entertained us at these first two meetings, The third meeting consisted of the final hoxing tournaments. The gloves really flew and we lahel this as the most exciting event of the year. The last two were joint Boys' and Girls' League meetings. The oflicers for this year were: Louis Beck, President, Boh Colden, VieefPresidentg joe Marviii, Program Chairman, Paul Arata, Sergeantfatffxrmsg and Richard Saylor, Secretary. 47 BOYS LEAG BLUE and GRAY GLORIA LAMBERT MISS McGILVERY Under the able guidance of Miss Marjorie McGilvrey, and editorship of Gloria Lambert, the annual "Blue and Gray" has again appeared for your approval. It is the sincere wish of the entire staff that you will realize the amount of work, time, and money spent in the making of this year's "Blue and Gray." It is also our highest desire that this will prove no exception to the excellent name the "Blue and Gray" has had since its first publication. A great deal of credit should be given to Gloria Lambert and Betty Polino for making this year's book the success it is. Although there was not a regular annual class this year, the group has been called together a number of times in order to work over problems and discuss new ideas. 48 MCU TAI MR EDWARDS PAT NOHRDEN The Mountain View Eagle was published once a week and on special occasions twice a week, under the direction of Mr. Harry Edwards. The journalism students managed to give the student lwody many news articles, all the school and sport news, together with the usual "gossip" page. Those representing the staff of the Eagle were: Editor, Pat Nohrdeng Assistant Editors, Virginia Mason, and Louise Belisarig Business Manager, Gloria Lambert, Assistant Business Manager, Eleanor McGonigleg File, Arlene Sarmento, and Carlene Middleton, Sports Editors, Ray Mathies, jay Hopkins, and George Geracig Girls' Sports, jean Giaya, and Alherta Silveriag Instrumental, Ernie Mathiesg Birthdays, Mary Garcia, Exchanges, Mary Garcia: Stamps and Bonds, Wayne Folsom, Re- porters, Betty Bell, Mary Lopez, Lucy Uttaviano, Marion Rockholt, Wilber Schnehly, Marie Small, Lauretta Sondgroth, Estelle Stagg, Christine Miller, john Alexander, and Eva Amoriza. GLE 49 F S D1 At the beginning of the school year the dramatic students, under the direction of Harry Edwards, learned how to act by use of pantomimes and monologues. A group of pantomimes and a monologue were pref sented to Gamma Tau Betas. This was the only outside performance that the students did this year. "Just Wlmgit They Vsfantedf' the Christmas play, was the first play that the class presented. It was given to the students in the afternoon, and in the evening to the public. It had a double cast: Ivlarjorie Mason, Virginia Iviason, Ruby Mzirtiiiel, .lane Sarto, Gloria Lambert, Joyce Bender, Ray Ivlathies, Mziiiuel Escano, Tom Golden, and 'lay Hopkins. 'ALittle Prison,-' a one aet comedy involving all girls, was presented to a student assembly. The cast included: Alberta Silveria, jane Sarto, Mary Inglis, Pat Nohrden, and Rosette Roques. A one act comedy, "Nobody Sleepsf- involves a mother who is a SENIOR PLAY CAST 'Q Q if vu' X sa 50 wouldflae novelist, her three daughters, and a hurglar, who is not a very good one at that. This comedy was presented to a school assembly. Those in the play were: Virginia Ivlason, Ruhy Martiiiez, Joyce Bender, Gloria Lamhert, and Tom Golden. "A Recipe for Love," another one act play presented to the students, was ahout a young girl who was an emhryo author. Those in the play were: Marjorie Nlason, Virginia lvlason, lvianuel Escano, and Ray Mzithies. "Rather Rough on Rohertf' a comedy, was given as the junior Carnival Play. Carnival Play. The Cast: Pat Nohrden, .lane Sarto, Manuel Escano, Tom Golden, and Ray Mathies. "Gossip," a comedy, was presented to a school assemhly. The cast: Virginia lvlason, Ivlarjorie lvlason, Gloria Lamhert, Ruhy Martiiiez, Joyce Bender, Alherta Silveria, lvlary Inglis, and Rosette Roques. The major dramatic event of the year was the Senior play "Nine Girls", a mystery comedy ahly performed hy an all girl cast. DRAMATICS CLASS w , 5 ,..- jj 0--'1 40 wr, -Q -is L' uf- . 51 91 CHCDIR - OLGI Melodious, rhythmic, lively, colorful, and very entertaining were the monthly musicales presented this year to the puhlic under the direction of Miss Helen Froehlich. The choir was directed in several performances hy Yvonne Cadwallader and accompanied hy .lean Steffen on the piano. Both girls are from the music department and were very successful in their leadership. The first musicale of the year was held in the school cafeteria followed hy the Thanksgiving. Christmas, Mexican, Easter, Spring and Ivlay. MISS FROEHLICH f-ffl.-w r' l X xl Q' GAG NC H1 L1-:Ll 4 'avi 'f + 5 R w- ' 'V' ' , 1 ki A v 1 f .F ,. f K X A, V. we ur ,sh -ff ' xi ! fi Qigz? 'J "O fs, 5 'N Sb' f .V S xii' I, ,',. 'Z' , . H555 n. ", 2 ,3-5.2 Vw' 9 v"" . ' ' M I xf ,lfv, '21 ., 51 3 Vi: 15 . ' W V- 181 Y 1 7 1 X ,, 2, , uf u ff ',l N, xljmnlfxgb JS' U1 , rx - lAX'1 -9 vxxxffxgzx Az? 4: .-nv RED CROSS Directed hy Miss Wnicxd, and Chairman Nancy Wilkixis, the Red Cross Committee was husy this year with "everything for the hoysf' The girls sewed articles, such as, slippers, and pillowfcases, and made joke hooks for wounded soldiers at Dihhle Hospital. Several hoys used their shop periods to make trays and canes. The Committee also collected nuts, records, and Christmas cards for servicemen. Gardenia sales hefore every dance raised money to help carry on the work. They were very active and did a great deal to make the lives of nearfhy soldiers and sailors more comfortable and happy. 1 BC DS and STAMP Setting a goal of 320,000 sales for this year, the bond and stamp committee, headed hy Mr. Carter and Mrs. Downey, worked tirelessly to help Mountain View High achieve a new bond record. During the sixth war loan drive an auction was held which netted 311,709.11 and a sec' ond auction during the seventh drive topped even this figure. Scripts of the movie, "Objective Burma,, autographed by Errol Flynn, and other movie and radio scripts went to the highest bidders. Posters showing how rapidly a class could equip one soldier also boosted sales. The year closed victoriously on our own "home front," with the goal well surpassed. BLOCK This year's "Block M" headed by Presif dent George Geraci, began the year by trying to bring their Constitution upftof date and by enforcing the laws of that Constitution. Many boys had been wear' ing blocks and strips which they had not earned. They were told to take off the awards or cover them up. This was only one of the many rules that was put into enforcement. The "Block M" sponsored its annual dance in the fall. As usual this dance was a great success. Any boy who has earned a block in any sport is entitled to be a member of this group. TOP: Mr. Aitken, B. Sykes, T. Seely, E. Blalock, E. Carpenter. CC 99 TOP: L. Beck, L. Stefani, B. Kogelschatz, B. Casella, janovich, M. Escano. B. Freeborn. MIDDLE: R. Saylor, G. Blasquez, T. Golden, V. Bellomo, I. Voj' voda, D. Richardson. BOTTOM: B, Guey, G. Vkalson, R. Bertorelli, R. Mathies, G. Geraci, J. Perez. L. Beck, j. Bender, R, Martinez, M. Magius, j. Sarto, A, Silveria. 55 BOTTOM: CAMERA CLUB This year the shutterbugs of Moun- tain View High were not particularly active. l'lowever, under the leadership of the xience instructor, Mr. Aitken, a few freshmen, anxious for knowledge, worked in the school darkroom. They learned the techniques of printing, de- veloping, and enlarging. With ultra' modern equipment, and excellent in- struction, they boys learned the funda- mentals of photographic processing. .L Amvac-M,,kk A ,. ips-F H ul1u1nno Bwwmm, W, M M. W , fn ,TK . M I ,S BUY 1116 we 1,12 . W gy 01- W. :plz-lt" tQ 'Wg A 'fluffy defeated 010 fa to band vuveqaf flb aah!! UIQ! Bebfol-elli :,n,1g1"3?aN 00200 ,M ,Wy 0612, l l 42' 6'Qf,Z'a Cllqrq me our ,803 stamlm 1, fA-, 0 ? if I A ef ,-Mala aeteatef by Gsbfa C741-a 1303 .. Qelrstezfs af , l , .. . 271 Clove of L . 4, 3 i A 510005310 Wen, 16 to 6, in r bw ll1'J'0ll08"eQgl9s 1-ectzon of-I I ,M hem . ot defeat ' na' former :ra V! 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" ' Nloorlwkn Vw P ch mace, oi 11 " T0 Xing were A 5. elven wide nnk Xxwmue Xndkaoes reaped 'nigh knxo - "., a kr xo Know- do-:Ju pcricctw e ' 'fmchdown passes. 6'e'f AE 59 130 s TOP Tablllaja Dunshce Bcrryessa Mr Thornton BOTTCM Robertson Freeborn Gcracx Wllson Stefam The 17-0 pound basketball squad IS another team that Mountam V1ew ean well be proud of Although they d1d not w1n the champlonshlp 111 the Santa Clara Valley League they took second plaee w1th a reeord of five wms and two defeats whlch IS 1 splenchd showmg At the flrst of the year prospeets for a potentxal tltle 111 the th1rt1es seemed bnght w1th returmng veterans and newcomers on the squad But as the season progressed the young Eagles found tough compet1t1on and by losmg three flrst strmg men dur1ng the mlddle of the season found xt hard to keep up the pace they had set George Gerael forward and eaptam of the team was the leadmg seorer on the te 1m vxhlle Glenn Wllsmmlm other first strlng forward followed elose behlnd The Eagles plaeed one player on the All Santa Clara County Llght we1ght team Crptun George Gerael forward plxced first Stflllg 111 the all SCVAL team Ivan Vojvoda who played on the th1rt1es team for part of the year placed on the second team The st rrtlng live for the Eagles were forwards Cferrel and W1lso11 eenter Ber lyLSbl gualds Freeborn and Stefani Mountam Mountaln Mountamn Mountain Mount un Mount un Mount un X new View View VICW Vxew X ICNK XIICNA. Oxertlme LEAGUE GAMES Perxods 60 Lxwe Oak '71 Fremont ll Washxngteun 9 Santa Clara 'VG Gilroy I9 Campbell 14 an o c Teeh I :P , . , pg , . . : 5 , , Y V 1 ' 3 1 V 1 . . - . - 1 3 1 C 5 N I 3 2 . V 3' bm ' 5 -' I x 4 3 V -3 35 3 , ' I 5 A v , 3 1 1 3 1 , K - y Y 3 . . 1 . . 1 a a k 3 I l D 3 I v 5 ' 3 , r - , Y , - N - ,Q 7 ,. s K - , - .1 , , s e , , g . , . - -, w s 4 - -w x - 3 x , ' ' f ' ' , xl sf 4 ' s s s - -' . ' 1 A ' x , sf . , 1 , , . . 5 9 . , . . , , , , , , , , . . . . . . ., . . , . , 1 1 , , - y -1 - - - is I 3 ' I I s K a ' ' f" 29 ., ,,,,, , ,....., ,.,,, . " ... ' ' 30 ,.,.. ..., . ,,.. . ' ' 31 ...,,..,,,,,......... . 2 " ' 26 .,,,,,.,,,,.......,., ' ' ' ' . . 1' ' 28 ..,, .... .....,. , ,...... . 1' ' ' 25 r.., ......,,.,...... , A if il ' f 47 ,,,,,,,,,......,,, . ,.... Sz ,I s ' -41 :EZ 'Y , ' ' : UNLIMITED BASKETBALL Tying again for the S. C. V. A. L. haskethxll championship with Los Gatos High, our Eagles Varsity was really the team to heat in the Valley League race. However, due to severed athletic relations with Los Gatos, Mountain View was not able to play the Cats to determine the winner. The Eagles lost only one game in the S. C. V. A. L. race, that heing the one with the Cornhuskers from Vsfashington High. This event in itself was one of the higgest upsets in the League encounters. Placing two men in the AllfValley cage team was quite a feat for our eager Eagles. Vic Bellomo, rugged Eagle center, placed first string guard, and Ray Mathies placed first string forward in the AllfCounty haskethall team. lvlanuel Escano, who was the team captain and assistant coach, deserves a lot of credit for the Eagles championship. Mountain View had the hest offensive record in the League. In the seventeen games they played, the Eaggle five lost four ginaes and won thirteen. The starting live for the Eagles were forwards, Escano and Mathiesg center, Bellomo: guards, Richardson and Vojvoda. LEAGUE GAMES lvlountain View 38 . . .. . .. Live Oak 32 lvlountain View 41 .. . , Fremont 15 Nlountain View I8 . . .. . Vsfashlngton 41 lvlonntain View 47 .. . Santa Clara 4l lvlountain View 37 ., . Gilroy 34 fvlountain View 31 . Cainphell 23 Ivlountain View 33 . San jose Tech 28 61 FQQTBALL Our Eagle football warriors this year weren't champions, but the boys who particif pated in the Pigskin season played their whole hearts out for the Alma Mater. With only a handful of veterans from last year, the Eagles had to start from scratch. The coach, Norton Thornton, had a number from the champion Freshman' Sophomore football team come into the Varsity. With this material Nort built his 1944 Varsity football team. Although the boys did their best, they were up against bigger and heavier men. This is some consolation for their ties and defeats. Using the famous "Double Wiiig" play, the Eagles executed some excellent plays against their foes. A Captain Louis Beck played outstandingly well for the team, as did Joe Marvin who played a bangfup game as quarterback. At this time of handing out complif ments, we would feel very guilty not mentioning Paul Arata, who was one of the best centers in the League, Another tribute should be paid to the Student Body who supported their team as winners or losers. Their help inspired the boys through their hard times. 62 TENN This year's tennis team, under the guidance of Mr. Zell Rust, who voluntarily took the job of coaching the team, hopes to ride the road to victory and uphold Mtiuntain View's standing for developing line net teams. Veterans returning from last yearls squad included George Geraci, Glenn Wilstuii. Ray Mathies, Bob Freehorn, Norman Ansley, Mglrk Stiyer. and Hartley Weichert. Newcomers to the team are jack Booher, john Summers, Bill Rippey, Peter Daley, and Byron Guey. The tennis players engaged in elimination matches against each other to decide who the hest players were, and who should play in the tennis meets against other schools. After playing hardffought elimination matches the ladder was formed as follows: George Geraci, first singles: Boh Freehorn. second singlesg Bill Rippey, third singles: Glenn Wilsori and Ray Mzlthies, first douhlesz .lack Booher and john Summers, second doubles. George Geraci, first singles, holds a record for lvlountain View tennis team hy winning the douhles championship for two consecutive years in the G V. A. L. tournament. ln his sophomore year he won the douliles championship of the S. G, V. A. L. with Boh Barry. ln his iunior year he won the title again, this time with Boh Freehorn. George still has this year to try for the title for his third consecutive year. 63 TRAC With the first inkling of spring, approximately thirty hoys, from low frosh to high seniors, turned out for track practice. As time wore on a sharp decline in turnouts for practice was noticed and hefore long very few hoys remained on the squad. It was necessary, therefore, to have an interfmural tournament hetween the diff ferent classes in order to get enough material to enter Mountain View in the county meets. Running up a score of 4Ulf2 points in the unlimited division the sophomore class took all thc heavyfweight track honors with Calvin Smith, Doug Richardson, and Boh Casella spearfheading their drive. Easily winning the 130 division the overwhelming numher of junior tracksters rang up 39 points. Those leading the high ranking juniors were Vic, Bellomo, Bill Lehman, and Bill Yates. Ivlany other events were also held in the interfniural races. O-L ASEB LL With the crack of the bat thirtyffour mittmen answered the call for spring prac- tice under the direction of coach Nort Thornton. With all the team back from last year except two men, the Eagle mittmen looked like a title contender for the S. C. V. A. L. baseball season. The Eagles this year played a round robin schedule with teams such as Santa Clara, Fremont, Washingtcvn, Live Cak, Campbell, and San jose Tech. Some of the veterans back from last year's squad were Tom Golden, Bob Casella, Bill Kogelschatz, pitcher: L. F. Louis Beck, C. F. joe Russo. Promising prospects are lviannie Escano, Ray Dodson, and Doug Richardson. As the annual goes to press before the Eagles have a chance to play their league games, it is our belief that this year's team should bring the Blue and Gray a baseball championship. 65' ill' " 1 ,, 4, Vo P Q . 1 I KW qll ,LLUV ther 00-17 ilzfo' QS' go 1 39355 C 1 , , ' QJJIH GIRL, X fxfif C I ' x ' rv I r 9 xxf! , forma ' ,.."OI1!2d "" ,Q .01 -IQQUUYJ ,112 Afozan. f'Aj'5'111'Nyj:grj ll QI, 11 ev 3-fa f ' Ne, 6 ,IQ Q, If A121 721725 ' doeb c-es N-- "u"" A .,,!Q' if fa- EQW' 1es'7 I i, ' Q-5-,gfj ' in is t I 1 tba 0811148 Q17 'Utica . CTIIQS' JI Wiz Ori 9 1 -. v ' . A .. 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A. more successful than preceeding years. Several playdays were held at other schools. Officers forthis year werc: president, Nucl Tlminpsoii: secretary, Ruse Fucile, recording secretary, Madeline Hulguera. l3.'XlJMlN'l'UN The six meetings ul hadminlun were much tum few for the girls who eagerly awaited the chance lm' tournaments. Altlmuggh nut many turned out for this sport, fun was in store for all partici' pating. The tournaments whieh were held were very exciting and fast. Vfe were glad tu meet girls llroin other schools who visited us and played against us in games. 68 QFTBALL - ARCHERY sl KW, 'sd SOFTBALL "Three strlkes, yotfre out." Hhatter up." were most of the sayxngs the girls heard out on the diamond. Yes, If was hasehall. Marlon Doherty dld a hangfup Joh as manager. This sport had lots of good players wtth two and three years of softhall experlenee. The glrls traxelcd to dltlerent sehools and had some elose games. :Ks the end came near the gxrls were st1ll in hxgh splrxts. ARCHERY Archery was new to most of the Mll'lF heeause ll was not Ill last year's spnfts ealendar. Nlnst ol' the girls were really exerted. learnmg more ahout the rules and how to heeome good archers, Barbara Rhodes. as manager. helped most of the gtxls who had to learn ahout archery for the first time. ln May' when the sport came to an end the glrls were excellent wlth the how and arrow, and they are certainly loolung forward for arehery to hegm agaln next sprung. 69 SWIMMI - TENN S ' Q. 9 I w SVJIMMING The turnout for this sport was larger than for any other. lierne Macdonald, as manager, chose three captains: Joyce Bender, Ina Mae Anderson, and Alberta Silveria. They, in turn, picked swimmers from the group and helped them to improve their strokes and form. Everyone was very sorry when this spurt came to an end. All swimmers received 25 points and the captains, as indi' xiduals, received l'i points for helping to make swimming su much fun. TENNIS "Serviee," "l5ivefluve," were some of the familiar sounds the passershy heard from our campus courts early in the fall as tennis gut under way, Racketeers numbered ahuut twenty, all under the management uf Alberta Silveria. Those experienced players had ample time to improve their games and uthers had time to learn all about the tennis tricks. 7U ASKETB LL f VCLLY BASKETBALL A group uf girly full uf life, put their all into lU!'l0ll4 gamex uf hinkethall in the feliuol gym, Mairy Garcia as manager supervised the gzmies, The gamef were very enjoyable because each girl showed a wonderful spirit of good fpurtv manship. Twn of the winning haxlxethall LCZIHIN went to play at Camphell. lfremcmt girlx eame here. AI. hfith meetingx the girlx lrum lvl. V, lf. H. xliuwed their -ll7lllLy. VOLLEYBALL The gym wa- the Neene ul many fart gamex uf volleyhall. ln all the gamex eaelm girl played lier beet. Six teamQ were ehn-en and at the end of the Nea-on twin team- had tied for lir-t place, The girl: went to Palo :Xltu fur an enjoyable meet. Vilma Lumellu, manager. guided the girlx through a Nueeefsful -eawm. 7l Z' IO THE CLASS OF -15 GOOD LULK IOR THE FLITURF Ofezfews 5 gf 511450 751 South Ilrst Street San lose C lllfornla rf 1 1 - v 1 -1 I 4 1 9 0 -,. . 4. h . - t . t t .' , Ac I EIIIIUI IUUEIIIISI MOUNTAIN VIEW BREAKEAST CLUB STANWOODS BEN FRANKLIN STORE DEPARTMENT STORE 250 Casfro Sfreef I-IARTS CLEANERS MOORE FURNITURE CO Well pressed ns Well dressed 32I Casfro SIreeI POSTERS FLOWER SI-IOR SILVER SEAL CREAMERY I7O CasIrO SIreeI Good Ice Cream Always MELLO S MEN S SI-IOP WESTERN AUTO STORES Leaders In Sporrswear J A Jackson AUIII r J C PENNY 81 CO VALLEY ELECTRIC Mounfam Vsew GIermVV Wnlson MOUNTAIN VIEW REGISTER LEADER DRY GOODS STORE REX S TAXI SERVICE BERRY FARM MOUNTAIN VIEW VARIETY STORE MounIam Vwew 220 Cas+ro S+ree+ M V 4557 VEGLIA S 298 Casiro CI-IARLES GELLING Apparel for AII II'1e Famlly Los AIIos PROPST REALTY CO CORNER PI-IARMACY Inguranqe Los AIIos Sammy Kahn Los AII'os LOS ALTOS GARAGE 256 Casfro SIM S Menswear George Ramsey IsI 81 SIaIe Is Shoes for Ermhre EamuIy ARMANINI DRUG STORE LOS ALTOS DRESS SI-IOP Mourfraun Vuew and urmyvale Marquerafe Redmon 222 74 ' . . - . DI . Mrs. A. Brooks Los AIIos Mlm. View 2400 I59 Casfro S'rreeI S 1 . . ' ' S ' L.A. I + EEIIUUI HUIIEITIIE 4 V' MILANI'S OROCERY 295 Casfro M,V, 537 MANCINI MOTOR COMPANY ESCANO'S Groceries Meafs A u VARIETY STORE CROWERS HARDWARE EISIP Lewis LOS AHPS Iso Camo Min. View 714 LAWSONS GROCERY KNIGHTS PHARMACY 269 Casfro S+ree+ Mfn. View 564 288 Qasho Mm' View 2' I5 C- B- CORNELL J xi L COFFEE SHOP COf1S+fUC+Or 273 Casfro Open 6 a.m. 'riII 8 p.m. PASTRY SHOP LOS ALTOS PHARMACY Main SIree'r I..A. 2324 HAY5 AND WYANT PALACE BEAUTY SALON FUNERAL HOME Mouniain View L95 ALTQS FQQD CENTER OARNETTS CHILDRENS SHOP P,-Oprjefor-,I-L C. Ploeg 259 Casfro M.V. 3I7O L55 WRIQI-IT RADIO NORRIS Elecmcal Appliance mv. 2648 MOUHIGIP View CLARA MAE STYLE SHOP MANEREDI Dresses - Lingerie - Hosiery ITTSUTGTICQ CIGSS OT '20 l42 TOGGERY CaS+ro THRIFTY STORE IvIen'S and Boy's Wear I94 CGSTVO mv. 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