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

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3 Jil' 1 nu' M an AAP- 4 m. f 1 1- . L " . J.. ,Q W' -' Q' HF , ' ' .- Q wh ff' "rr .T , LH., Mmga ' iz BLUE Hnln GRHU BLUE 8 GHHU MOUNTAIN VIEW UNION HIGH SCHOOL PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF pTEfr'FFF'ff' DEDICATION We the members of lviountam Vxew Umon Hrgh School dedxcate thrs years Blue and Gray to those gallant men of our Qchool who have glven thexr llves rn World War II 4 , . , W ,klfin fy lull , .A 'fl' 'Y' 'lf . Q g , I ' 535f:,f:, Y' fKj4:g1iQ'5. - .YA ,,kr,ff'. -- . . 'A r 4 .lf-.vw ,, f h N ,,Jf.5., M... z,g,+r,,- ' ' , .fd -.si " ', . A I f I ' J' 1 1 . . . . 1 s . I 1 S' FCREWORD It is the 'lim of the nineteen hundred and forty six Blue and Gray staff to present Z1 pictorial review of school life 'md activities 'xt MoL1nt'1in View Union High School. STAFF Edltor Assoclatc EdItor Fuulty AdV1Sl5f Art AdVlSi7f Scmor Edltors Sports Edltill' Photogra phv. rs AdVCftlSll1g Mfmdgcrs Copy Reader jumor Represcntatwg Sophomore RepresentatIvL Freshman Reprcsentatlu TYPISTS GEoRIIx WRIc HT VIRGINIA CANTER MISS MARJORIE IVICGILVREY MISS CLIO HELLER jun L MATI-IMS FLIIRLNI I Musso JOHN JANOVICH NoRMxx AINSLEY jomx LowE P xMLLx GRIIFER RALPH FARAVELLI ELLEN ERILIHISEIN BARBARA HIXON LOLIS SaRTo ELLANIR MYERS Elfllllt. BUQQLIIIUN LI rata C11It+.r CornLlIfI Mlt1JlbLX1Lh REPORTERS Carolmfx Hoblml M Ir1 111 Ddp KIy BIrtlL DolorLs AmIrIl 6 Art Editor .......w.....,....v........,.,........,..,,,,,,...YLL....,........L... .L,.,.LL.,...I.,....LLLL..,,,,.... E R111 ROI-IDE . , AY-,-Q------------V----AA-VVA VAAYYbVAVY'v-H-'.'-b---------AAA-,,-YV--VVVV,-VA,--'wwvY A Z. , V I l 1 r I N 1 v ' A yi VYVw-FbrvY--YYY'vi'-'----I--,-------,-YYA---VA-,----'---,-,,,---YAY- .I V ' .Q ' :, II' ,Q ', IHUIV' ' ' ' I , 1 'Q ' , I I ', I I z TABLE OF CONTENTS . . I. ADMINISTRATION 6' FACULTY 2. SENIORS CLASSES ACTIVITIES SPORTS COMMERCIALS Q Y. 3. ll-. 5. 6. If .f p ,V Ci 1 La X X'-2. .f v S S I D TC I iii? - fi 'sf-K T'-'ie 1' 3' - fim iw 2 I S ER-A -3 - ef 7 Zn ililemurlam JACK KING Class of GEORGE SOUZA Army lnfanfry Class of CHARLES FRAZIER Army Arr Corps Class of J R DALEY Army Class of Class of DICK VAN WOERT Army Alr Corps Class of JAMES R McCURDAY Army Class of I942 KEITH CANELLA Wesf Pomf Graduaie Class of l938 RICHARD MCCLURE Army Arr Corps Class of l939 DOWELL BUCKLEY Army 934 FRANK BEALES Army Arr Corps Class of I936 IWO YAMAGI Army Class of I939 X 0 l948 'I944 II944 . II944 GEORGE MUDRICH, Army Air Corps l942 I l942 l MR CROOKE SAYS D1 xx you xxont wt nxt thu Hut N4 1 m N t t o tv o xx N YIVIIIU to st oo t IS IUUFDIIIU' Wut prornptt If Ill ntvtr know ut I thougmt of 1 tut tr I had ontt ll1 lgm sthool l mopt mt n-.vtr Ntwt lx lrtltlt Ht xtrgtd on tu 1. 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OFFICE Nxx New Xi- HRST ROW M1 Edu: XVI hur M Stelh S m llppo Mrs B11 Unk UND ROW M Rust M Ruth L iWI'CIlLC M Knowlc 1 uc V rgx on xrolmc yrd E nn Thomp on ? Uf 12 BOARD OF TRUSTEES f f AND v JANITORS X 1 f 'Hn I3 10 N 2 N ? XDX Mr Dlvld Nordhcrg Martln Spangler M M Chee C min Mr Hxrnld glf'I1l'HUI1d Hu ns in P lllllj FIRST ROW 'vfr Neff Mr C1llon1 Wir Rlmmcr SEf OYD ROW 1r Kmpadn 'vir urdm Mr 'viuurehuu a. 'Q 1' we 5 'mis ,PQ It rt... 'Q ,C 534 ERICH ROHDE Freshman Reception 2 jr. Carnival 3 jr. Sr. Prom 3 Annual Art Editor 4 Eagle Staff 4 Senior Play 4 MARGIE GREGORY Cheer Leader 2 Choir Z, 3 Band 4 .Iii flarnival 3 Eagle Staff 4 BILL LEHMAN Urehextra 2, 3 Band I, Drum Major 2 w Foothall l, Coach 3 Basekthall l, 3, 4 Choir 2 Council Repreaentative Student Body Sgt.fatfA IRENE OETjEN G.A.A. 1, 3, 4 Rand l, 2, 4 lr, Carnival 3 Radio Editor 4 Eagle Stall' 4 Dramatics 4 PALQL NICHOLS Freshman Reception 2 jr.fSr. Carnival 3 ifsr. Prom 3 4 rms MARION SINZ Freshman Reception Z Sophomore Party I Eagle Shack 2, 3, 4 jr.fSi'. Prom 3 Senior Dance 4 Dramatics 4 Annual Staff 4 Girls' League TreaQurer 4 G EORG E SAKAMOTO Transfer 4 Tennis Team 4 FRANCES IRVIN Band l, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra l, Z, 3, 4 Choir 2, 4 Eagle Staff 4 LEO STEFFANI -lr. Carnival 3 -lr.fSr. Prom 3 Council Representative 3 Clan President 4 Block "M" Treasurer 4 Baskethall Z, 3, 4 Draunatics 4 DO LORES AMARAL Freshman Reception 'Z G. A. A. Z, 3, VicefPres, 4 jr. Carnival 3 ,Ir,fSr, Prom 3 Eagle Bu-inefs lvlanagei' 4 Annual Stall 4 Student Body Treasurer 4 Dramatio 4 16 DONALD BEDDOE Transfer 4 Band 4 Swing Band 4 DOROTHY BURT Band l, 2, 3 Orchestra 2, 3 Eagle Staff 4 Annual 3, 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 -lr. Carnival 3 CLARENCE CLINE Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4 Band I, 3, 4 jr. Carnival 3 lr.'Sr. Prom 3 BYRON GUEY C. S. F. Swimming I Basketball 2, 3, 4 BERNARDO MENA Choir 4 Ffmtball 4 GEORGIA WRIGHT Claes Officer Z Eagle Shack Secretary 3 Youth Delegate 3 Cheer Leader 3 Annual Stall 3, Editor 4 Student Council 3, 4 Dramatics 4 Eagle Stall 4 LAVVRENCE MONTGOMERY jr. Carnival 3 jr,-Sr. Prom 3 ETHEL REED Eagle Shack 2, 3 -lr.fSr. Prom 3 Annual Stall 4 Dramatics 4 Senior Night 4 CAROLINA HOBBEL Orchestra I, Z, 3 C. S. F. 1, 2, 3, 4 jr. Carnival 3 Annual Staff 4 MARY CIHICO jr. Carnival 3 'Ir.'Sr. Prom 3 Seniur Night 4 .Z 1' -16 ,.-0 75 l -on -1' p1nl""' 15 sw. iq,-...p 'bu l CATHERINE MARVIN Ir. f..1rmx.1I .1 IJJIIICL' CI111111111ttCc I -IUHN 1ANc1v1c:H I:llIiIIWIlII Z, 3, 4 , - I3.1-IIMIII I. 1, J, 4 Englc Q? .'xIII'IlI2lI Sport- Ed CI, S. If. 4 Blmk "MN CHIICCI' 4 Stage Crew 4 SUIIIUI NIQIII 4 RALPH FARAVELLI I:rcfI1111:111 Rcccption I Euglu Shank Z, 3 fIQ11'111x'Q1I 3 ,Ir.fS1' PIYHII 3 A1111l1.1I Staff 4 Advc1L1s111g Mzmzmgcr 4 Student Council 4 Buy! Lcuguc Secretary 4 BOISE S,-XRTU jr, Czxrnivzxl 3 -Ir.-Sr. I,m111 3 NORMAN ANSLEY Tcnni- I. 2. 3. 4 Stage Crew 4 Dl'LlIIIIlflC4 4 Cz1111ur:1 Club President 4 N. 5. C. VV. Speech Conte :X11m111I PI1utogrz1pher 4 Cu111111c11cc111cnt Speaker 4 ROBERT BONETTI -lr. f:k1I'I1lVJlI 3 -Irnsr. Prom Scmfvr N1gI1t 4 MARION DELI, fZ1S,If.l.Z.3.4 :'x111111z1I SIQIII 4 Ir, f,g11'111K':1I 3 Chmr 4 L,f.lIIlJlIIx'N 4 EVA RHETT Trzmsfcr 4 LUCILLE IENTICK Orchestra I, 2 Ir. Carnival 3 ALICE DOMINGEZ 'I11n1c1r Cz1r111vz1I 3 G. A..-X. Z. 3 18 VLADIMIR VUINOVIC Football 1, 3, 4 Wrestling l Class Sgt.-atfArmQ Z lr.-Sr. Prom 3 jr. Carnival 3 Block "M" 3, 4 ELLEN ERICHSEN Class Secretary 3 C.S.F.1. 2. 3, 4 Annual Staff 3, 4 Eagle Shack VicefPres. 3 Girls' League Officer 3, 4 Freshman Initiation 3 Council Representative 4 Student Body Secretary 4 NORMAN CAMPBELL Freshman Reception Z junior Carnival 3 3l,fZ Graduate JUNE MATHIAS Class Officer I Freshman Reception I jr. Carnival 3 vlrfsr. Prom 3 Class Officer 3 Girl? League Officer 4 Annual Stall 4 Eagle Staff 4 ROY BERTORELLI Foothall l. Z, 3, 4 Block "M" 2. 3, Preiident 4 lr. Carnival if Prom Chairman Stage Crew 4 Claw Prexldent 3. 4 Student Body Vire'Pre4. Student President 4 BARBARA MACABEE Transfer 3 jr. Carnival 3 jr.-Sr. Prom 3 Pep Cluh Chairman 4 Senior Play 4 .IOHN SUMMERS Class Officer Z, 3 C. S. S. l, Officer 2. Pre Tennis 3, 4 Youth Cluh President 3 Youth Delegate 3 -lrnsr. Prom 3 Annual Staff 4 Dramatics 4 KAY BARTLE Mid-Year Graduate Class Prewident l, 2 G. A. A. I, Z jr. Carnival 3 ,lr.fSr. Prom Annual Stall 4 HAROLD LEVENS Foothall 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Block "M" 3, 4 VILMA LLQMELLO Freshman Reception -lr, Carnival 3 ,lrfsr Prom 3 Eagle Staff 4 llramatiw 4 C. A. A 1. Mgr 3. l'rtw Girl? League Prexident 4 19 , Y' ,Q 'eff' 'C+-qv' hy' mix! X N 'KA ef vi 1 51 7' '95 ALICE N ISHAMURA Transfer 4 HENRY DIAZ Football I Ilaskethall Mgr. Z Freshman Reception 2 lr. Carnival 3 lr.f5r. Prom 3 Eagle Staff 4 Senior Night LILLIAN DCUVIINGEZ -Iunior Carnival 3 KATHERINE MENA Freshman Reception I .lunior Carnival 3 LEO KALCICI Freshman Reception 2 -lr. Carnival 3 blr,-Sr. Prom 3 Football 3. 4 Track 4 Senior Class Officer Block "M" 4 '7 BILL RIPPEY Band I. 1. 4 Orchestra 3. 4 Freshman Reception - lr. Carni.'al 3 jr.fSr. I'iom 3 Eagle Suit' 4 Tennis 3, 4 Ll ' R ETTA CANTER C. A. A. I, 2 Annual Stall 4 GEORGE ROSEN jr.-Sr, Prom 3 jr. Carnival 3 Foothall 3, 4 Freshman Reception Z Vfrestling 3 Sgt.-at'Arms 3 Eagle Stall 4 Senior Play 4 Senior Night 4 VINCENT VILLASENOR Council Representative I, Z Class Officer I, 2 lr. Carnival 3 Footlvlll 4 YVONNE CADVCALLADER Choir I, 2. 3. 4 Class Officer 3 Eagle Shack Qificer 3, 4 Bonds if Stamps I. 2 Girls' League Officer 3. 4 Annual Stall' 4 Dramatics 4 O FLORENCE MUSSO Class Officer l Cheer Leader 3, 4 Youth Committee 3, 4 Youth Delegate 3 Girls' League VicefPres. 3 Annual Staff 4 Dramatics 4 Student Body Secretary 4 BILL UCHIYAMA Transfer 4 Basketball 4 Basehall 4 Track 4 VIRGINIA CANTER Orchestra I Band I Bonds E? Stamps 2 Freshman Reception 2 G. A. A. 1, 2 Annual Staff 4 BOB FREEBORN Class President 3 jr. Carnival 3 Class Officer 2 'lr.fSr. Prom 3 Block "M" 3, 4 Track 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4 JOHN CURTIN Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4 Band l, I. 3, 4 junior Carnival 3 VICTOR BELLOMO Footlaall 2, 3, 4 Baskethall l, 2. 3 Track 3, 4 -lr. Carnival 3 .Ir,fSr, Prom 3 Block "M" 3, 4 Class OtIicer 1, 4 Student Body President 4 FLORENCE NOKAMOTO Transfer 4 ROGER HOLVJAY Freshman Reception 2 jr. Carnival 3 jr.fSr. Prom 3 Senior Play 4 RUTH DAVIS February Graduate G.A.A. l, 1,3 -lr. Carnival 3 Choir l, Z BARBARA CIQBERNARDI Freshman Reception I lumor Carnival 3 'lr'Sr Prom 3 Il K Qi ,ff 'ns T 'PY' 'flu :fi MARK STIYER Tennis 3, 4 Class President l, filass Xicelpresident 3 Ynuth Delegate 3 Bonds it Stamps 2, 3 Prom 3 C, F. I. 3, President Ba-kethall 4 4 CORNELIA MATI-IASEVICH jr. Carnival 3 jr.fSr. Primm 3 jr. Class Officer Eagle Stall 4 Annual Stall 4 Dramaties 4 Girls' League Secretary cs. A. A. 1. A. Mgr. 4 FRANK ROSSOVICH jr. Carnival 3 Track 3 Baselwall 3 Rally Committee 4 Council Representative Senior Night 4 XVINIFRED VON DER Orchestra l. 1. 3, 4 Band l. Z. 3, 4 Freshman Reception I jr.-Sr, Prnm 3 junior Carnival 3 GRACE HANSEN Transfer 3 jr. Carnival 3 4 4 VVALL Z2 MARYALICE BUNDS G, A. A. I Choir 1, 4 jr. Carnival 3 jr.'Sr. Prom 3 Bond Representative 3 Girls' League Officer 4 Dramatics 4 Senior Play .IACK BOOHER Tennis 3. 4 jr, Carnival 3 Freshman Reception Z jr.-Sr. Prnm 3 Youth Committee 3, 4 C, S. F. 4 Student Body Treasurer Annual Stall' 4 RUBY HUGHES Transfer I jr. Carnival 3 jrxsr. Prom 3 Eagle Staff, Editor 4 Class Officer 4 Pep Club Officer 4 Student Council 4 MARY ALICE SCHELLER Band l. 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 3, 4 jr. Carnival 3 Swing Band 4 Senior Play Prnmptcr 4 GRACE DALE G. A. A. 1, 2 Freshman Reception Z j r, Carnival 3 HELENA BAUMGARTNER BARBARA MQCLTRDN C.S,F. l, 3 jr. Carnival 3 Cv.A.A. 1, 3, Mgr. 4 Qrchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 jr. Carnival 3 DORIS MURRAY Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Band l, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. l jr. Carnival 3 jr,-Sr, Prom 3 Dramatics 4 PAMELA GRIFFEN G.A.A, I, Z, 3, 4 Freshman Reception jr. Carnival 3 Senior Play 4 Commencement Speaker 4 MOLLIE HORI Transfer 4 Choir 4 MA RY GAMMA Freehrnan Reception G. A. A. Z Claw Utlicer 2, 3 jr. Carnival 3 jr.fSr, Prom 3 Senirir Night 4 MARY COLLINGE Band l, 2, 3 Orchestra l Cv. A. A. I, Z Dramatic 4 MARGARET DAVIS Choir l, 2 2 jr. Carnival 3 MARGIE MACIEL jr. Carnival 3 jr. Sr. Prmn 3 Senior Night 4 DELORES TOYAR G AMA. l, I Choir 3. 3 jr, f..lfI1lN.Al .- Drarnatio 4 Seniur Night 4 S ELAINE BUSSENIUS C-.A.A, l. Z, 3, 4 jr. Carnival 3 jr.-Sr. Prom 3 Annual Staff 4 Pep Club 4 Senior Play 4 Senior Night 4 BARBARA RHODES Choir l. 2. 3, 4 G. A. A. l. 3, Ufliccr BARBARA HUEE junior Carnival Choir 1, 2, 4 SHIRLEX KURUPP l " 4 Dan c Committee 3, 4 W r WW li. CAMERA DODGERS FRED CKRLOTTLK JACK MATHEWS 'IIM TAYLOR CNLIFTON MARTZ 'SHIRLEE DREW ROBERT HELENA 'S Barbara Rhodes, will and bequeath my age to my sister Betty, who would like to be older. Alice Hughes, will and bequeath my brother to any girl who hasn't a beau. SENIOR WILLS Victor Bellomo, will my ability to break bones to anyone who thinks it's fun. Bill Uchiyama, will my car to Thomas Dale, who needs a new one. Florence Nokomoto, will my ability to sew to any student of homemaking. Virginia Canter, will my sofcalled vivaciousness to Betty Booher who is always dignified. Roger Holway, will and bequeath my part in the Senior Play to anyone who can blush. Bob Freeborn, will my ability to be noisy to any fellow who sits in the back of a classroom. Ruth Davis, will my sister Margaret the three months I can loaf while she's still in school. John Curtin, will my flute to the music department. Marian Doherty, will and bequeath my ability to smile to anyone with a concentrated frown. Elaine Bussenius, will and bequeath my ability to cut up in Drama to anyone taking it next year. Fay Walls, will my quietness to any person bent on creat' ing chaos. Barbara Huff, will my diploma, when I get it, to my sister Betty, who would like to have one now. Shirley Korupp, will and bequeath the fun I've had in high school to any incoming freshman. Florence Musso, will my ability to take minutes at meetings to jackie Price who will be doing that soon. Barbara deBernardi, will and bequeath my gum chewing to any student in English A. 26 SENIOR WILL Vladimir Vuinovie, will and bequeath my ability to speak Slavonian to Sam Teresi. Barbara Macabee, will my height to any poor girl who is short. Pamela Griffen, will my speaking voice to anyone taking public speaking. Margaret Davis, will my "C" in Homemaking to Theresa Regansburger. Molli Hori, will my quietness to any noisy person. Alice Nishamura, will my "A" in Homemaking to Margaret Davis. Bill Rippey, will my tennis racquet to Alex Fueile. Henry Diaz, will my ability to get mixed up to Madeline Holguera. George Rosen, will my morning newseast to Bill Kogelf shatz. Yvonne Cadwallader, will my office in Girls' League to sis, Sheila. Eric Rohde, will my cartoons to next year's annual. Marion Sinz, will my nickname to Marilyn Enderson. George Sakamoto, will my memory to the other seniors. Bill fCoachj Lehman, will "my boys" to Coach Fiorini. Irene Oetjen, will my part in "Nobody Sleeps" to an inf coming dramatist. Frances Irvin, will the "Rhymster" to next year's journalism class. Leo Steffani, will all the fun l've had to Eva Sanger. Georgia Vkfright, will my gray hair to Denver Groff. Don Beddoe, will my job with Bay Hays, to any one who likes flowers. 27 Paul Nichols, will my ear to anyone who doesnit like to walk Delores Amaral, will and bequeath the job of Student Body Treasurer to Raj. Reesky. Cornelia Matijaseviclm, will my long name to anyone who likes to print. Frank Rossovieli, will the "Rossovicli Follies" to anyone who would like to have fun. SENIOR WILLS Dorothy Burt, will my job on the Eagle to any one who likes to see their name in print. Bud Montgomery, will and bequeath my "hotfrod" to any other senior. Clarence Cline, will my natural brown hair to Margie Gregory, who is having a hard time deciding. Ellen Erichsen, will and bequeath the job of Student Body Secretary to jackie Price. john Summers, will my ability to get along with Mr. Carter to anyone taking algebra theory. Kay Bartle, will my ability to go out with college fellows to any girl in school. june Mathias, will my ability to go steady to any licklef minded girl. Harold Levens, will my football uniform to any hopeful wouldfbe player. Roy Bertorelli, will my position in school to John Pear. Vilma Lumello, will tlfc Girls' League to Nancy Wilkins. Mark Stiver, will some of my height to Alex Fucile. Maryalice Bunds, will my pleasant QI hope, disposition to anyone who makes a habit of getting up on the wrong side of the bed. .lack Booher, will my ability to get along with john Summers to Margie Kuenstler. Ruby Hughes, will the Editorship of the Eagle to anyone who likes aspirin. Wiiiifred von der Wall, will and bequeath my Seat in Drama to anyone who doesn't get stage fright. Mary Alice Scheller, will my position in the swing band to anyone in school. 28 SENIOR WILLS Grace Hansen, will my flaming hair to anyone who has black hair and doesn't like it. Grace Dale, will my brothers to anyone who doesn't have brothers and would take care of them. Helena Baumgartner, will and bequeath the added "a" on my name to anyone who would like it. Barbara McCurdy, will and bequeath the Mrs. before my name to no one. I like it myself. Doris Murry, will and bequeath my nickname to Barbara Machado. Mary Collinge, will my ability to jitterbug to Miss Munk who really did all right alone. Ethel Reed, will and bequeath my "Indian Walk" to Norma Craig. Byron Guey, will some of my studiousness to my sis, Elaine, who could use it. Caroline Hobbel, will my ability to get things done to my brother, Dan. Bernardo Mena, will my girlffriends to my brother, Tito. Mary Chico, will my Spanish books to Mr. Rust. Catherine Marvin, will my ability to stay in one place to Rose Ann. john janovich, will my job as Sports Edtior to any one who likes sports as much as I do. Marion Delp, will my beige sweater to the little girl who wants it so much. Norman Ansley, will my camera to the Camera Club, and to Mr. Aitken. 29 QA Ralph Faravelli, will myself when I die to the M. V. U. H. S. Biology class, in hopes that I will prove to be an intcrcstf ing speciman. vw4'gnl'9'1v"1"'!? JUNIORS Upperclassmen at last! The new junior Class began the most active year of school with a flourish and a lot of beaming faces. As soon as they all got used to their new titles they settled down to make a success of the problems confronting them. Bob Casella carried on the work at the Eagles Shack with the able assistance of many junior Class members. They planned new activities and programs to the delight of the Shack members. A great many juniors were elected to student body offices and served their class and their school well. The most important event for the Junior Class was the junior Carnival. Thanks to this very able junior Class and its officers, the Carnival was probably one of the best ever given at Iviountain View. The theme was comic strip characters, with jackie Price as Queen Blondie and Don Tompkins as King Dagwood presiding over the gala event. The annual juniorfSenior Prom was next arranged by the juniors to the satisfacf tion of all concerned. L'The Qld South" was the theme, and the gym was decorated appropriately. It was a beautiful prom and a wonderful farewell to the graduating class, California Scholarship Federation members are: Carl Luchetti, Barbara Hixon, Marian Shikamura, Veronika Szego, Clara Clivo. Class officers for fall semester were: Bill Kogelshatz, presidentg Ray Roesky, vice' presidentg Nancy Wilkins, secretary: Stan Webster, treasurer: Louis Matheis, council representative. Officers for spring semester were: joe Russo, president, Barbara Hixon, vicefpresif dentg Nancy Wilkiiis, secretary: Ray Roesky, treasurer: Ray Dodson, low junior repref sentativeg Louis Nlatheis, high junior representative. - FRUNT RQVC: Loui- Matheis, Nancy Vwalkins, Barbara Hixon, Ray Dodson. BACK ROVJ: Carl Luchetti, Ray Roesky, Bill Kogelschatz, Denver Groti. 33 V f uv 1 Y, 4 , W... '-5 3 -s wa4w,'4tv .QQ at wh' 3 ,-gwq,-4 5 ' A - -f f - -if-'-1,--am.L--M-g.sns.u l'BcQ1ch. Pwyd. Bl.lI4u'k. Iiclgcz. Cfruz, Bmxkx. .'XNNcy. Ijffxllllilx. Hmmrm, Lmulm, Mxllcr, H1H. Hunley. N.1k.u11wtw. HI-ilihlhlilhl. Dahl. f1lx1k.1N1.yu. Hwyd. ixlcxxlmlur. Exulv, lfI1.l1. LDTCCNIEI-lll, fNI11m1'.1. INlW1HE.Hl1. Niclwdugl, Il.,-wp. Nfmd. I..lI1LilCI1U, fxiglpplwl, Em1'zqL1c:. Ifyu, l3vll,Cm1mc1. 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Ncxlutt, Pl-vc: S4 SOPHQMORES The sophomore year is a hard one for many students. They are not in the upper group, nor in the lowest group. This year's class has proved itself worthy of praise. Not only has it functioned well in its academic standing, but also in the social activities of the school. Many of its members have gone out for sports and others have prepared themselves for class offices next year. The first event on the sophomore program was the Freshman Reception. This was a big event for the freshmen, and the sophomores went allfout to welcome the new students. It was a time for beginning new friendships and renewing old ones. Weeks flew by with a Sophomore always on the job, no matter what it was. Their sophomore party was one of the most enjoyable ever given. Jeans and plaids were the order of the day. A dinner was held in the cafeteria, and later the students danced to the music of the top hands of the year. The class was proud to have Louis Sarto elected cheer leader for the entire school. Hobart Marvin was one of his able assistants, and they did much to bolster the morale of the school. Many of the girls were active in G. A. A. and Girls' League. California Scholarship Federation members are: LaVerne Martin, Margaret Nakaf mura, Elizabeth Ploeg, Marta Teihlet, Joanna Winters, Wilgerta Mohrman, Gilbert Quilici, john Mena, Elizabeth Hughes, Ruth Frye. Fall semester class officers were: john Mena, presidentg Bette Graham, vicefpresi- dent, Myron Campbell, sergeantfat-arms, Jimmie Bradley, council representative. Spring semester officers were: Louis Sarto, president, Myron Campbell, council representativeg Bette Graham, secretary. Low Sophomore Class officers were Ray Gonzales, president, Gay Miller, vice' president: Emma Macias, secretary, Elizabeth Maciel, council representative: Marilyn Mattingly, sergeant-atfarms. BACK ROXN: john Mena, Lynn Payne, Louis Sarto, Myron Campbell, Ray Gonzales. FRONT RCTW: Emma Macias, Gay Miller, Betty Graham, Elizabeth Mziciel, Jimmie Bradley. 35 FRESHMEN September seventeenth, nineteen hundred and fortyfsix, was a big day in the lives of the young people who entered Mountain View Union High School for the first time. lt meant new teachers, new friends, and most of all, it began a series of years which would end in the ultimate goal W graduation! The first week consisted of a course in orientation for the new students. They were introduced to the student body officers, and given a copy of the student body constitution. It was all new, but the students quickly got into the swing of things and were "regulars" in time for their biggest occasion of the year, the Freshman Reception, Next for the frosh was their annual Freshman Party. This party was given by the freshmen themselves. The newly elected president, David Johnston, used his powers in appointing committees to take care of the various activities. There was food for all, dancing in the study hall, and sports of all kinds. The freshmen took part in the junior Carnival held in late Mayf. They had a big responsibility in supporting all school functions. Their initiation proved to the entire school that they could be wonderful sports. Students whose academic work was outstanding achieved membership in the California Scholarship Federation. Freshman members of this organization are: Eugene Sharp, Fumiko Sakainoto. Class Officers for the fall semester were: David Johnston, president: Luis Vega, vicefpresident: Deane Newfarmer, secretary: Sheila Cadwallader, council representaf tive: Arthur Coppel, sergeantfatfarms. Those for the spring semester were: Larry Rice, president: johnny Amoriza, viccfpresident: Ann Dunham, secretaryftreasurer: Herb Wilsiiii, sergeantfatfarms: Louis Poncini, representative. Low Freshman officers were: Leo Graham, president, Anthony Damillano, vice' president: Virginia Mangini, secretary: Eugene Calvo, representative. 2 T t ' ,.q'. 0 3.-.4 y BACK RUNV: Arthur Coppel, Anthony Damillano. MIDDLE RCTW: Luis Vega, john Amoriza, Leo Graham, David johnston, Louis Poncini, Larry Rice. FRUNT ROXV: Gene Calvo, Deane Newfarmer, Sheila Cadwallader, Ann Dunham, Virginia Mangini. 37 -l- or f 4 my M MID-YEAR FEBRUARY 34-5'6WH OPEE I94-6 LOW SENIORS FIRST ROW G1111 P1Z1ro B111 Sykc John Pclr SECOND ROW joe Parc Fernc M1 donlld B111 Lchmin LOW JUNIORS Thoml Carmc Dodson Lughct D1 Polk Pulmo 'vi utm Q LZ Leroy Ol on Pu llll Dug ln nh Boo cr F 1r111c utl t 1 Urn Berry Lcr 1 N TUDENTS Q9 A in? I G o ,n' is 5 oMoY4'AA 61 . 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Ell ' rid v , 42 BODY ragwr,-g'rW f'r'r"j- FY' '7 mrv?U ,ffm VICTOR BELLOMO Smuth new of the Mountum View Hlgh nhool hulldmg t new of the Mcmllntaln Vncw Hugh Lhool huxldmg lafyif TUDENT ' 1 ' T 'ffl Q FALL SEMESTER Rxlph F1r1vell1 Bob Cisella ack Booher Doug Rxglnrdson Ivan Vojvoda Loux Mmthxee oe Perez Harold Lexcne Bxll Lehman Larry Rxcc Betty Booher Georgla Wrxght V1lma Lumcllo Ellen Erxcbsen Florence Mu em Slnela Cadwallwdcr Lfxuxi Sarto Roy Bcrtorclll SPRING SEMESTER Gene C1lxo Ruby Hughe Vxlma Lumcllo Dolorc Amiral Ellen Erxgh cn Georgla Wrxght Ellmbcth Macxcl Roy Bertorelh Bxll Lcluman Ralph Farnelln can DcAm1L1Q Frank Rosen xnch Myron Campbell Bo a clli Lum Matblc ay Dodson I.0llli Poncxm COUNCIL an A Q P A li! 4 1-5 .gi- B P 'Siva X UPPER CLASSMEN Kent Carme Mark Stlver Ellen Erxchsen Louis Sarto Barbara Hlxon LOWER CLASSMEN Sarto Luchettx Zell Rust Mena Summer: u1l1c1 Stlver Guey Carme janovnch Olivo Baum gartncr Mclvlurry Delp Erlch een Wxnters Hobbel Tenhlet Mohrman Ploeg Frye Sharp Hlxon Sakomoto Nakamura Martm Shlkamura S Z e g 0 Hughes Q ,.... 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