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We, the members of the staff, are proud to present Tx-na Lancs, the 1952 yearbook of
Napa High School. The theme chosen for this term's yearbook is that of television, one of the
newest and most modern methods of entertainment we have today. The story of the history of
television is a typical story of America itself and the people behind it-pioneers of the moderni-
zation of our country. This theme is carried throughout the entire book in both the art work and
The opening division page in our LANCE pictures what is known to television viewers as a
test pattern. The purpose of a test pattem is to focus diferent proportions on the screen so as to
obtain a clear and correct picture. This pattem might be compared to school report cards. They
are given with the same idea in mind-that of giving the student and his parents a clear view of
what that student is doing in school so as to be able to correct him, therefore making a better
pupil out of him, or in the case of a television screen-a better picture.
Depicted on the following division page, that preceding the clubs and activities section, is
an example of the most popular type of children's program-the puppet show. Kukla, Fran, and
Ollie, Howdy-Doody, and Time for Beany are only a few of the many such programs shown.
These shows are designed to present new and interesting ideas to the younger generation in the
same way that the clubs and activities at Napa High are open to students with a variety of
interests and ideas.
A program called "School Days" is pictured on the division page introducing the student
pictures section. The scene for this show is a typical classroom such as you would find anywhere
throughout our school building. Students on the program are invited to appear because they
have sent in especially good questions to be asked on the show. The questions vary and are on
any one of the many subjects we study in class each day, such as history, mathematics, science,
and the like.
Boxing, one of the most popular sports on television, is represented on the division page
preceding the sports section. The boxing matches shown on TV are between famous lightweights
and heavyweights of today. Other sports on television, the same as we might find on our athletic
program at school, are football, basketball, tumbling, and baseball. Games between such large
schools as Cal, Stanford, and U.C.L.A. are often shown on TV and now and then a big game
back East is also shown.
The final division page in the LANCE, preceding the snap section, is that of a program
called "Candid Camera." On this television show films are shown where people were photo-
graphed having no knowledge that they were being televised. In the spring and early part of the
summer students often bring cameras to school and do the same thing as on this show. These
prints often end up in the section of the yearbook following the division page just mentioned.
These are only a few of the many interesting and entertaining programs you will find on
television. Who can predict what TV may mean in later years? One thing is known already-
with it America stays abreast of the times and leads the way in the held of entertainment and
knowledge by audiovisual means. p
MR. KENNETH JOHNSON, principal MR. RON ENGLISH, vice-principal
An indication of the Hne school spirit we have had at Napa High School this past year is reflected on the faces of
our faculty and administrative stall who are pictured on this page. With the help of our principal, Mr. Kenneth Johnson,
vice-principal, Mr. Ron Englishg dean of boys, Mri Ken Casanegag and dean of girls, Mrs. Virginia Mugggloff, and the
entire faculty and counselors, many things have been accomplished. I ., ff i
It is the job of our faculty to see that the students getsthe mostfout of eaclifsubject The Wide variety of
subjects available at Napa High School make it possible for studeiiiftb have a and varied programs
The counselors are primarily responsible in helping thefgtudentsjgiiith such gibroblems classes, grades, and so
forth. The counseling staiffgfhis term was made up of..Mr. l-lildeljrant, Hansemllflvliss Mayfield, Mrs-.fBoman, and
Mrs. Schaaf- Q xrk Vi ,iw K T :T :nj 1. kkk,,. E
A rarely .important office, to whic57Sve owe of praise, is that tifithe HealtliiDepartment.
It,is.the dutyeofthis ' to care for any small clisordeilor accident which aglitudent might have.
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' 'S cial' raise Mr: Dain Hrclce ., our con Qnlal and feifgcient custafdian and his hel ers. 'A
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V. Last, fcognize the ofliepgy sfalfgyvho wogkf so caring fgxjthe attendance and-fifgxsiness prob-
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is You have LVV. -Inf . Qpeople behind, oiarlschool systerng all deseiiviing a lot dfgcredit fogggxhe hard vgorlc they have
pil!-forthhiirseefxige n Nx ysygem' runs smopghly. ' is-pg
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ff I '. 7 ' GE. Murdol'f,'Boman, Vogel, Pritchard. Baclrrows, I to r: Henderson, Hansen, Sialingor, 'Thread-
' ' gall, Baldwin, Martin, Kulffi, Yerger, Atwood, Grubb, Cononi, Penn, Reams, Van Vuren, Klein, Hahalu, Acheson,
Schlindwein, Wilkins, Rivers, Esles, Yoakum, Juricieh, Nocelo, Spohr, Hildebranf, Borden. No? included in pidun:
Boker, Belcher, Blume, Covey, Early, Ferriole, Friend, Gressinger, Kresge, Ln Torre, Peterson, Revelli, Sv. John, Storm, Taylor, Weiiz.
Fall Student Government om...
l to r: Joanne Martin, Charlene Shatttuck, Elmer
Barker, Ben Adan, Helen Wilson, Winnie Bartow.
Missing is Bruce Silvers.
Emogene Patten, Bruce Silvers, Theresa Braui.
The establishment of club charters, election of grade officers, and the development of the student handbook are onl
few of the many things that were accomplished during the term of the fall A.S.B. ofhcers.
Holding the important office of president, it was Ben Adan's job to see that the first semester got ta-a goodstart.
also presided over the assemblies, Studentcouncil, and Board of Directors' meetings held during
In the ofhce of 'vice-President Elmer Barker 'assisting the president his la
program of activities., i'ii'i ii A iiiiiii I I ii J R
In chargeof the minutes, for both the,Studeritl.tCouncillf.1ggjii-Boarc1gofi.Directors'1meetingsgliieleni'WQiSgi'7,held5.rl1e ol
of A.s.B. Secretary. a T . J R
The director of linance, Winnie ,Bartowf badly the ijobyofiligiepiixigifahzfaciillfaggfiQlfaccigtilit 3Ch0,9lil1lidg2f-
Ofhcially in charge of the yearbook and the school-papers' was Charlene ishalttuclc, directat5'1of.pfihlicaitibns.
Primarily responsible for noontime recreation was the director of recreation, Joanne Maritim f 'wff t
Yell leader, Bruce Silvers, took charge of the promotion of school spirit anclrolliciatecliat ralHes'.Q A. flip V ' M
The student council, made upgof homeroom representatives and the ASB ol:licers,,diri'iedtout plans during the
term. one of these heing the purchasing of benches for the school store. Problems discussed in council iweire those concerning
school and various problems such as trafiic conduct, behavior at assemblies, and the like.
' First row, I to r: C. Shattuck, H. Wilson, B. Adan, E. Barker, J. Martin, W. Bartow. Second row, l to r: S. Merritt, R. Frc
C. Hempler, J. Mills, H. Beck, T. Frazier, E. Patten, S. Baker, V. Flock, T. Prescott, R. Andrews, R. Wang. Third row, l t
L. Shaffer, P. Voitich, J. Owen, J. Bush, L. Vienop, J. Hynes, J. Gosling, B. Carr, J. Duff, V. Brown, M. Greco, C. Wilson. Fourth row, I to r: L. Hansen
Berberick, l.. Mayfield, G. McCarthy, B. Northrop, R. Land, H. Maclean, T. Henry, E. Jimison, G. Christiansen, J. Archer, J. Orrock.
Don Dresel, Mary Patrick, Jim Orroclt, Lou-
ienop, Bob Carr, Barbara Hendricks, Joan
Spring Student Government
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Diane Morecrcrfi, Don Dresel, Hazel Beck
spring student council with the help of Mr. Friend, their advisor, and the spring A.S.B. officers haw , , ,tributed
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The spring officers, as well as student council. deserve a great dcnl of crcdnt lor their outstanding worlc as school repre-
ow, I to 1: l. Vienop, B. Curr, M. Pofrick. Second row, l to r: M. Quinnell, V. Roads, l. Lyle, l. Humphrey, R. L. Harbin, a
men, B. Nou, J. Owen, P. Rhodes, R. Frame, R. Andrews, J. Sr. Clair, R. Cavagnaro. Third row, I to r: J. Tolmon, council
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ure, J. Larsen, S. Murray, J. Hynes, C. Hempler, C. Shattuck, C. D Onofruo, M. J. McMillan. Fourth row, I to r: J. Scorufli, E. Barker
, J. Duff.
Firsf row, I to r: G. Aguilar, D. Alexander, L. Vienop, C. Shattuck, L. Shaffer, T.
Tuttle, S. Salle. Second row, I to r: J. Duff, J. Orrock. 'n f
' ' Firsi row, I io r: B. Hernandez, M. Banchero, L. Vienop, G. Aguilar, C. Griffiths. Second row, I to r: C. Shuituck If
HI Boze, S. Donahoo, H. Griffiths, A. Dorland. I
Firs! row Ito r N McCeIIan V Raneri C Whifehill J Rodgers, B. Lilienthai, L. Fry, D. Hasinger,
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' ' ' A. King. Second row, I io r: J. Sforneha, C. Shattuck, V. Whifmire, M. Patrick, M. Paris, A. Sf. 5.-jkff. ' K ,
Clair, J. Goodwin. ' ff' A if
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:hestra J. Adams, B. Berdan, G. Bresheors, S. Carr, A. Clowdis, N. Cook, A. Craig, B. Cranston, S. Davena,
D. Davis, E. Dunn, J. Frame, R. Gilbert, H. Gibson, C. Glick, H. Goodwin, J. Hatmaker, L. Haynes,
ndry, J. Hie, L. Hinkson, R, Halper, G, Iverson, C. James, W. Kautz, B. Kroplin, N. Leonard, R. Lilienthal, P. Loewen,
cCarthy, G. McCarty, D. Mentzer, H. Mentzer, M. Merritt, J. Moody, M. Moore, C. Munds, M. Patrick, C. Paull, C. Philipp,
ce, J. Sawyer, S. Stotts, J. Talbot, S. Thomas, S. Tranmer, M. Volonte, M. Von Uhlit, L. Walker, C. Whitehill, A. Zloc-
ski. ' '
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md Alphabetically listed-D. Atwood, J. Barnell, L. Beckstrom, S. Bell, R. Bennett, B. Benthus, D. Bently, P. Berend
sen, B. Branagan, S. Brooke, J. Bush, W. Chase, G. Cliff, R. Christopherson, C. Conley, H. Cook, G. Cox, W. Cuff-
M. Crenshaw, A. Craig, D Driscol, R. Erickson, N. Fossette, M. Ferrero, M. Garrett, B. Gale, W. Hancock, D. Hager, R
lin, l. Hatmaker, J. Hie, C. Barboa, D. Jewell, D. Johnson, W. Kautz, J. Larson, C. Lauder, B. Loeffer, B. McLean, S
s, L. McCart, G. McCarty, R. McDaniel, N. Mendelsohn, B. Miller, E. Moulton, L. Nelson, H. Nevins, R. Northern, B. Patton
itili, R. Pierce, D. Polzin, P. Pressley, J. Redhorse, S. Ridley, R. Schneider, R. Schmutz, J. Snyder, V. Spencer, B. Staples
im, F. Speckelmier, J. Thibaut, L. Usher, J. Watson, M. Whitmore, G. William.
,rus Adan, Avila, Avilla, Bailey, Barber, Barker, Beck, Benthein, Berry, Bishoff, Bissell, Bollenbacher, Bowers,
Bray, Broughton, Brazzi, Brown, Bunch, Baxter, Callison, Caughey, Cester, Charland, Charlesworth, Cheney,
, Chord, Coker, Colvin, Clift, Cooley, Crandall, Daglia, Daugherty, Davis, Daniels, Dennis, Del Rosso, Detwiler, DeWitt,
as, Dukes, Eades, Edwards, Eggleston, Eichler, Elicker, Ellison, England, England, Farrell, Ferguson, Filippini, Fontana,
ster, Fawles, Franks, Frazier, Fry, Fossett, Garcia, Gasser, Gelinas, Giffin, Gonzales, Goodwin, Grasteit, Grimm, Hampton,
L, Hou, Hansen, Hansen, Henson, Herniman, Herrick, Hie, Hodgers, Holper, Horton, Horton, Hosick, Hudson, Hunter,
-igton, Jenkins, Johansen, Johnson, Juarez, Juarez, Keene, Keller, Kirkman, King, Knudsen, Lacaze, Langstoff, larison,
old, LeVan, Lewis, Lewis, Leyva, Lernhart, Martin, Martin, Martus, Manasse, Markt, Mayer, Mayer, McCann, McCarty
slsonn, Morley, Merritt, Merryweather, Milton, Miller, Murray, Nolan, Northern, Oliver, Olmstead, Orrock, Orsoe, Patten,
ill, Raneri, Ratto, Reams, Reeder, Reichenberg, Rodriquez, Ruscio, Rezzonico, Saunders, Scanlon, Schmidtpott, Schoedinge
McNerney, McNew, McPhee,
Pord, Paull, Prince, Quintana,
r, Shroyer, Simpkins, Soiland,
', Soucy, Stephenson, Stewart, Stewart, Stornetta, Stubbs, Stuebner, Tallent, Taylor, Thompson, Thornton, Tieken, Thompkins, Tuttle, Vallinghom, Van
r, Wade, Wagner, Walker, White, Whitney, Wilkenson, Wilson.
Ho5fe55 Club B. Reno, P. Adams, D. webef, c. o'sfi-en, v. Mmemey, B. Mmm, G, Del Rom.
Furs? row, l lo r: N. Young, M. Walloce, S. Tronmer, B. Tucker, N. Curry, C. Warren, G. Thompson, L 3, vig
J. Mannering, P. Rhodes, M. Hill, C. Johnslone, J. Thompson. Second row, l lo rz F. Bassett, L. Gellinger, Z 5. '
R. Munds, L. LeBaron, M. Bowers, M. Warren, J. Reichord, P. Bruce, C. Knlef, O. Conatser, B. Hadley. L
' First row, l to 1: W. Borrow D. Johanson E. Pollen, J. Duff, B. MeMillin, P. Gilliland
El clrculo Espanol V. Connolly, B. Amundson, S.'Dovis, R. Roborls, S. Murray, P. Hulp, B. Cranston, A. Soun:
ders, K. Lenz, 5. Ferguson. Second row, I lo r: A. Manasse, B. Corr, F. Coshon, M. Avilla, L. Hansen, J. Sforneffa, J. Hague,
D. Snyder, D. Jones, J. Corselii, E. Barker.
j A First row, I to r: J. Rowley, D. Atwood, A. Zloczewski, G. Morford, D. Bush, G. Hartley, B. McMillin, I.. Bailey,
' ' K. Ehmke, J. Ware, K. Munk, L. Hilsen, C. Domron, T. Gomez, D. Hager. Second row, I to r: J. Piper, F. Shouse,
sling, C. Pridmore, V. Clymo, L. Simpkins, H. Gibson, F. Ford, B. Etheredge, B. Fumasi, W. Fowles, L. Cutler, R. Luiz,
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, First row, I to r: R. Bailey, R. Le Van, D. Hotelling, R. Neuman, R. Young, R. Murdoff, B. Brooke, J. Prince, D. Crandall, A. Knut-
' son, J. Callison, D. Seigler, J. Watson, W. Cullman, D. Polzin, Second row, I to rz H, Robins, Mr. Martin, H. Nevins, D. Alexan-
Listing by rank. Maior J. Kyserg captain J. Polsong second lieutenants, T. Cooley, R, Rogers, first
lets corps sergeants, M. lash, J. Smith, staff sergeants, J. Hie, R. Swim, sergeants, W. Fletcher, R. Lowe,
Coy, H. Mentzerp corporals, M. Abbott, E. Dane, W. Faulk, D. Harris, R. Hernandez, L. Hill, D. Jewell, F. Koch, T. Marshall,
lzin, W. Whited, privates first class, E. Avilla, J. Buttle, J. Corscodden, K. Chord, R. Christopherson, E. Clemons, H. Cook,
sk, J. Cooley, D. Davison, J. Frame, H. Gibson, R. Gilbert, R. Harrel, J. Loyd, R. McCune, R. Northern, M. Qt, J. Pemelton,
rd, A. Ritchie, C. Sanders, R. Shroyer, M. Silvestri, G. Stahl, R. Staples, R. Sullivan, J. Swatts, C. Viscusi, privates, F.
s, H. Alexander, W. Balmer, L. Barcroft, C. Barboa, H. Bradley, R. Bryan, D. Church, J. Clark, C. Cook, W. Cuffman, C. Colonel w9lk9'
L, D. Darby, D. Davenport, B. Dawson, H, Einarson, D. Faulk, G. Gadbury, W. Hagewood, A. Hodge, M. Jennings, W. James, R. Johnson, D. Juarez, K.
B. Lash, G. le Van, P. Loghry, D. Mentzer, D. McCune, H. McCuIluogh, P. Olmstead, R. Morgan, J. Pagliaro, C. Springer, J. Stephens, K. Stiles, R. Stoffal,
ide, E. Williams, G. Winfer, R. Wood.
' First row, I ta r: H. Rudstrom, I.. Chauvet, C. Bird, R. Harris, D. Pinarretta, A. Eckert, L. Stanley. Second
Llbrary row I to r: L. LeBaron, J. King, J. Whitmire, J. Duncan, D. Hale, S. Price, K. lversen, B. Bryant, S. Berry,
D, Dizmang, V. Scott, E. Bayard, F. Bartow, J. Sipe, I. Thomas, S. Myers, P. McCune, A. Peterson. Third row, I to rr S. Tranmer, I.
Andersons, W. Bard, D. Blackburn, M. Edgell, E. McWherter, B. Jacks, H. Hart, G. Lund, G. Tullos, D. Bissell, J. Brayton, J. Edwards,
B. Grant, D. Adan, S. Domezia, V. Marshall, S. Beevers, D. Stiles.
Second row, l to r: H. Alexander, R. Wainscott, B. Bledsoe. .
First row, l to r: D. Batcheller, J. Hernandez, J. Parkerson, B. Walton, A. Young, M. Walker, J. Reeder, B. Bryant, L. Walker, J. B
' First row, I to r: D. Johanson, D. Morecraft, W. Bartow, G. Haug, S. Murray, P. Zumwalt, J. Lar-
curtaln callers sen, A. Daglia, J. Orrock, C. Whitehill, V. Whitmire, A. Murray, M. Adams, A. Manasse. Second
row, I to r: V. McNe ey, B. Merritt, C. Gardner, E. Patton, T. Tuttle, H. Dukes, D. Waggoner, B. Hendricks, D. Hasinger, M. Patrick,
L. Fry, M. Parker, 'V.- ' eri, M. Moore, S. McClure, A. Parmley, P. Adams, G. Del Rosso. Third row, I to r: B. Amundson, S. Fer-
guson, B. Adan, C. Har is, J. Martin, H. Pringle, J. Wingo, D. Bowers, T. Henry, E. Barker, W. Cameron, B. Carr, J. Nielsen, P. Gilli-
Vq ., .
land, J. Duff, A. King, L. Hansen, T. Brozzi, S. Charlesworth, W. Whitney, F. Cashon, G. Randal, H. Wilson, J. Tolman.
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A A Aguilar, Alber, Alley, Allis, Alton, Anderson, Andrews, Banchero, Barlow, Beck, Bell, Berberick, Bertolucci,
Boggiale, Bars, Broughton, Brown, Bruce, Bruno, Bryant, Bush, Cabrers, Cable, Campbell, Carr, Carter, Chris-
en, Christiansen, Clifft, Colvin, Combellack, Conatser, Conrado, Cook, Cook, Cornet, Crowell, Cunny, Dallas, Davena,
l, Dodd, Dorlartd, Dorothy, Duncan, Edington, Edwards, Elicker, Ellison, Erickson, Fallert, Faulk, Ferrero, Fistler, Frazier
eux, Gould, Griffin, Grimes, Grimm, Groshell, Gurrey, Hambrick, Hart, Hempler, Hernandez, Hicks, Hill, Howard, Hubp
xhrey, Hynes, Jenkins, Keller, Klepper, Knudson, Lacaze, Laird, Lakocque, Larsen, Layman, LOMonaco, Looper, McDonald
ee, McPherson, Mendelsohn, Meyers, Miller, Mills, Mills, Moulten, Mufich, Neuenschwander, Neu, Neilsen, Noland, Nuccion
l, Ortiz, Owen, Panfili, Parker, Parkerson, Parsons, Passini, Paulson, Penzotti, Peterson, Peterson, Pressley, Price, Proctor, P
ursell, Quade, Ratta, Reeder, Reuxs
as, Ridley, Roads, Salle, Salsman, Salyer, Scaruffi, Seberg, Shattuck, Sherman, Smarzik, Smernes, Sohl, Southworth, Spencer, Soater, Stevenson, Stewart
g, Strong, Swarm, Tallman, Taysorn, Thibaut, Trabucchi, Van Amber, Vandagrift, Venturini, Vienop, Von Uhlit, Vaitich, Wagner, Walker, Walker, Walton
ton, White, Wiley, Wilson, Windweh, Wood, Wright, Wroten, Young.
'er IINII First row, I to r: J. Tolman, J, Larsen, C. Nelson, M. Patrick, A. King. Second row, I to r: M. Banchero,
J. Panfili, V. Spencer, S. Salle, L. Vienop, J. Hynes, T. Brczzi, C. Whitehill, L. Fry, M. Parker, V. Raneri,
Dore, S. McClure, W. Bartow, L. Hansen, K. Lenz. Third row, l to r: M. Van Uhlit, J. Thibaut.
ck IINII First row, I to r: E. Barker, J. Duff, T. Henry. Second row, l to r: B. McMiIlin, D. Brothwell, F. Koch, H. Grif-
fiths, L. Bailey, B. Adan, C. Griffiths, H. Marshall, C. Wong, B. Carr, A. Chew, W. Milliman, D. Huntington,
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E 'I ch' First row, I to rz L. Uram, P. Reuss, M. McCann, O. Howard, P. Barlow, T. Frazier, P. Ellison, J. White. V X I4
PSI on I Second row, I to r: D. Railing, W. Cameron, N. McPhee, A. Dorland, G. Aguilar, R. Gomez, Y. Freyslaben.
' ' L to ru J. Duff, E. Patten, J. Gosling, D. Morecraft, D. Hudson, W. Bartow, W. Cameron, P. Gilliland, J. Orrock, J. Mi
slgma ch' Mr. Van Vuren.
First row, l to r: B. Vallandingham, B. Vallandingham, H. Beck, S. Balmer, A. Bors, C. Nelson,
D. Bradd, J. Carman, C. Glick. Second row, I to r: C. Shattuck, K. Cornett, J. Bush, S. South-
worth,.G. Aguilar, B. Colvin, T. Frazier, P. Barlow, P. Ellison, M. Parker, M. Park, M. Merritt, J. White. Third row, l to r: H.
Nevins, D. Alexander, D. Fields, B. Evans, V. Norton, M. Elicker, D. Frost, W. Wood, V. Flock, A. Taysom, R. Harbin, N. Mc-
Phee, S. Sooter, M. Hambrick, G. Foglesang, C. Bradley, A. Duc harm. Fourth row, l to r: J. Barnwell, P. Berendson, B. Maclean,
R. Erickson, R. Holper, S. Stotts, D. Sandison, S. Bruno, G. Burtolucci, T. Johnson, P. Kosbab, N. Boze, W. Whitney, A. Murray,
S. McClure, R. Moulton, .l. Bradley, T. Henry. Mn yan yuan
'eics First row, I to r: D. Horton, D. Blakemore, P. Babin, K. Judah, J. Goodwin, P. Berendsen, R. Young, G. - .
McCarthy. Second row, I to r: L. Chauvet, T. Johnson, L. Duzmang, F. Blodgetf, E. Avila. 5
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L to r: V. Garavenlo, R. Covognaro, C. Knief, P. Bruce, J. Reichord, L. Shriner, A. Jinks, S. Neilson,
,rf T. Howes, K. Kirby, K. Koch.
The Held of television offers many opportunities to young actors and actresses just beginning their career. In the same
the clubs and activities at Napa High School offer many opportunities to students with a variety of interests.
The many different clubs available to students of all grades, make up a large number of social activities. Each club has
lin specifcltions as to the grades of the members and, in some cases, the fact if they are boys or girls.
There are sports clubs for both boys and girls such as The Block "N", The Letter "N", and G.A.A. One club, the
F., is OPC!! to ninth and tenth graders whose names have appeared on the honor roll. Then there are clubs for students who
,nterested in auch careers as acting and some sort of business. Two of these clubs are the Curtain Callers and The Epsilon
A wide choice in music is offered to students of each grade. There are three main musical groups at Napa High School
ne, the orchestra under the direction of Mr. Kulttig two,,the band directed by Mr. Bordeng and three, the chorus which is
ay Mr. Hildebrant. At various times throughout each of the organizations is asked to play at diferent events held
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The activities available do not, however, just include club projects. There are also a lot of activities held during the noon
s. A few of these are the talent shows, noon movies, andnoon dances. The double noon hour presented a large problem as-
ls the activities program was concerned, but both directors of recreation handled the problem very well.
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Hole, I. Koch, T. Henry, K. Iorrows, J. Gilliland, R. Lund, L. loiley, J. Smith, J. Longenboeh,
Honcoelr. Third row, I to r: Coach Rooms, T. Usher, H. Gibson, B. Schilling, M. Lernhart, I. Burger,
ldrker, J. Duff, Coach Rivers, D. Hudson, D. Kinxer, G. Bickford, H. Marshall, G. Christiansen,
lray, D. Harris, J. Gochenouer, C. Munds, B. Meng, Coach Hattolo.
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ith Stockton and Vallej 6 -4 ls ' a 1-3 cord. The season record tallied two wins and four losses.
Head Coach Ha i, C X 'ste b 15- Af' t . - ch Rivers, made sure that r - ' hrs gave th ' opp ne ts
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In the opener ag ' ena, t e Saint's el 1- -f - ' d a TD in the first quarter .5 , 7. held the Knig s scoreless.
'he Napans threaten I -- Q ,W third quarter when -ll ovlei' - the Saint's one-yard i - -' ain in the 'l period
hen they came with' J ' .94 f their foe's goal lin . ' l ,xx
In the first ,- ' g. 1, ormer u -- A 0 J -N ankl' of Std ton's ,-ll, A 'W' t they were de cated,
0, at Stockton. f ' ...Q ii Ta XA I' gi iifdsxg
Comin hom - i e . . 1 ,V 4. rolled over the . .l - 'ix K -,il rs, o the tune of a 24-6
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:opped dstgsme, " . 2- 9 -"--. 3' A y playing unbalanced - - - I . 'ons whi e the strong
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Scorin '-'Ml' r r 'jf J o -I ry's t-end run, the Nap 2' stdr defeatedithe Franklin
raves 12-6. Duane Hu Eg n's 7 153, :JD ru ,- . ted the - , ' butxthe Braves cam c he third quarter with
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T en,.,in the lasi V e o exQQson ' og n of Va 'o - - - ' ' ' ith a 5131.-PO' " sc V ii in fhellzst two min-
:es of the ilquarter. The Hoganites scored fam the ni t's nine-yar fb, X' ti! i ' !',,f
At the end of the season the Lion's Club held ual Football Ban " nor the players"W'lio fought for Napa
1 the gridiron. The Most Valuable Lineman Award was p x .to Jim Duff, and ' Henry was voted the Outstanding
ack of the Year. The uest s ' ker was Herm Meister from the TUa1ii?ersiry of California.
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Starting the season by winning their First twiilggmes, the Knights kept up their pace. By the time the of tl
season had been scored, they had captured the best wih-loss record f4-21 in the competition with Vallejo 'schools
' In the first game of the season with St, klelenai the Knights took an eight-point lead in the hrst qu rter it fc
' the rest of the game to win easily, 28-24. 2 - was
Napa then proceded to slaughter Sonoma Dragons, 41-19, scoring at will in the last quarter. Sononia-E large D sco
ing quarter netted them only seven points? 5 , T
In the next tilt with thejinights led until the lag, period when the Espartons rallied edgegblapaf 44-4
Esparto was sparked by hogpsters, liarrles, ,s, Steptheiis, witliggleven points each. I ,,.y'
Saving the game with a last 'f'ii q lgriightsl'ebeat'7iVallejo, 26-21, in their first game away from homeu Tl
Knights were trailingm Q1-14, going info byte ,gsepred six baskets while pzextetijigiagg tljgefjjffapooseggai-Zbilroi
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W Coming fronii again, -0? Vallejo here, 40-42. Howard wit
Q i73iiteenipoifii1s,'iand Riidy Broon1e?sporedj,fff'7ii, -for the Hoganites. jj' is "
, Tyveling to Qalistoga, Wilflcats,f-54-35,l3:aceid by Tom Henry, who scored nineteenfgzfallie
eww: of tlrem ontlong shots. the seeond halfg the jirst half score stood 24231.
of dlbsest edged Franklin of Vallejo there, 31-27. The gigh
.,ii asker for most of the pulledtiahead in the last two minutes.
f .Fcirgingl forward after the initialfferiod, the Vallejo Papooses handed Napa its Erst defeat -Sfgllej
1' meeting the Franklin Braves on the local hardwood, the Knights started rolling in the "se2i5hH3i'HbQl'lSygrailyin
36 points to win, 51-38. 5 s be af
Hogan of Vallejo downed Napa, 53-42, in the seasoh ftnale there. Forward jim Duff ledthis teammateswiihlthirtee
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Leading the hoopsters with 9.9lpoints per game, Howard Marshall was followed by team captain Totgifgenfjjlwith a 7.
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, .. Puig' 'g ahead ii'i"tTie til arte: of a game played a ainst tlie local Latter Day Saints team, tl1t"'juniar' W F'
had-gnjye inrmargin-a -V, daglk siieeessfuilyitiiiiwin, 35-28,,,B EK
'W Playi a retarn ga 5 the Rosa'Ciil:s, Mloeeishoapseeeseagain def elf-f'fyVTfhThEITa'lI3T'FZ'ading Napa-
gsinta R a-31. The ga l -',, a cloieibne-ailt-he-oveyg ts alf-time score was tied at ourteen- ' ,
:red anothq in SQ, fflgist quarter. 1 I, ...aww '-V,-4 M
, In thetfinal -9e'as6?i"5'EiiCalist the s were downed, 33-20, by t 'Y' well-cbhdftiaiieuageesfstive
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Ftrs row, l to r: B. Paulson, D. Fields, G. Bickford, B. Stallings, J. Miller, B. Burger, D. Hudson, B.
ordon. Second row, I to r: T. Marquez, D. Tollent, J. Mariinelli, A. Craig, T. Henry, J. Duff, D.
Hunfingion, F. Scaruffi, L. Bailey.
With a large number of players returning for the '52 baseball season, the Napa Knights had a well experienced tear
The season got off to a bad start, the first two games being canceled by rain, but the sky eventually cleared.
The Knights had a well seasoned inheld during the 1952 season. Behind the plate for the second year was Duane Hu
son. He caught the pitches of Eldon Hosiclc, who replaced Joe Jaeger on the hill, after the latter graduated. Bill Burge
returning from last year, took over the initial bag. His double play partner at the keystone sack was Nick Tallent another va
sity player back from the ,51 season. Handling the ball at the hot corner was Jim Duff, and Tom Henryjielded the horsehie
In the outfield there was a completely different Gelding staff, since all the first string outfielders were lost to the India:
through their graduation. Bob Stallings, shortstop on last year's B squad, tool: over in left field. Tony Marquez, last season's
center fielder roamed the center field. Burt Paulson, up from the Bees, handled right field chores. '
Other pitchers included Vern Clymo, Al Craig, Jim Miller, and Jackie Martinelli, with Fred Scaruffi as the alterna
catcher. Dave Fields and jim Harris substituted at third base, and Larry Bailey played second string shortstop. Ben Adan at
Bob Pratt in left field, and Gayland Bickford in center field, completed the second string.
In the '51 season, the Knights tied with the Franklin of Vallejo Braves for the Middle Four League championship wi'
one loss apiece, each team losing one ame to the other. Howeve r, the Knights were not able to defend their championship, sin
the Middle Four had been dissolved By the Stockton teams' inability to travel.
V Napa had no B team this year, and as a. result next year there will probably be a lack of players who gained experien
while playing for Napa High. This is particularly noteworthy because the entire infield will graduate at the end of the season
Coach Hattala, who did such a fine job, as the Napa coach this year, will probably field a fine team next year, in spite 1
the lack of veterans.
March 24 San Rafael The
26 Santa Rosa H4
31 San Rafael Ht
April 3 Vallejo The
19 Hogan QV, H4
Z6 Franklin KV, Thi
May l Vallejo The
8 Franklin QV, H1
10 St. Helena H1
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First row, I fo r: B. McClure, J. Wright, G. Winder, B. McCune, R. Wainseott, P. Woodworth, E.
T. Frommeli, H. Goodwin. Second row, I fa r: C. Wong, D. Peters, R. Broihwell, J. Cipressi, J. L
l.. Dizmang, K. Ehmke, J. McKinnon, E. Paulson, J. Volpi. Third row, I to r: R. Wood, J. Gibbon
y, D. Card-
well, D. Johnson, D. Sandison, H. Marshall, B. Curr, R. Jenkins, E. llsley, R. Bray, D. Wroion,
R. Schilling, R. Garcia, D. Rudsfrum.
One of the hrst athletic events of the spring, track, commenced with an enthusiasticigroup trying out for the many dif-
rent events. i - - t 'J V
The large enrollment of the school brought forth a number of fine prospects, some of whom placed the Knights high in
Jring points for rating of our district in athletic competition. It is predicted that among them are many outstanding future
ack men. W A
Although hampered by a lack of returning lettermen, the Napa Knights' track team of 1952 rolled up an eventful sea-
n in North Bay League competition. There were only twelve veterans returning, but someof the newcomers reported in fine
ape and made excellent showings. Among the top sprinters were Ray Bray, and two first-year men, jimi-.,Wright and Dan
roten. In the hurdles there was Bob Carr, who performed veryswell for the B's while Paul Woodworth was outstanding in the
division. Howard Marshall was among the top men in. the high jump competition. Edgar Ilsley and John Langenbach, a pair
newcomers to the team, placed well at the shotput. Both demonstrated fine ability in putting fortli the eight-pound and
elve-pound shot. g - T' iii' M t ' I '
Coach Reams was proud of the appearance of hisfmerg and isehthttsiastic over prospects for the future. Among those
to helped the ,Knights were Bruce Crouse, Larry Dizmang,Kien Elimke,'Steve Galios, Lyle Hanson,V'Russell Jenkins, Don
hnson, Merviri Lernhart, George Cliff, Bill iMcClure, Dick Peters, DeLoyce. Paul,k,.pCliff Olive, John Volpi, and Clarence
Early in the season'the Knightsfwereigigarnpereclfbyiai soggy Held, whiclitiiinterfered with practice and caused
stponement of the first meet of the there was opportunity to make up for the time
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The Knights practiced with in Tljigresulted in a series of practice meets which was
neficial to all who participated. good student body at the home meets, and was evidence of
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Coach Reams concentrated otyall of the many phases of track and fieldand gave particular attention to developing the
wer men in this line of sport and to filling thenplicos of the boys who graduated to the high school team. It was the opinion
those who worked under his supervision that an outstanding job as track, coach.
itch 14 Drake There 4 i"i ii K A
21 San Rafael .Here
27 Sonoma-St. Helena Here
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15 Petaluma There' N' Y'
22 Santa Rosa
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First row, l fo r: M. Winehell, F. Dering, J. Thompson, J. Smith, J. Golitk, B. Clark, W. Chase.
Second row, I fo r: J. Palmer, A. Chew, K. Hall, B. Silvers, B. Maclean, K. Maxwell, B. Brooke,
R. Losfflor, L. Brown.
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Even though they were lacking depth in the diving depa rtment, the Knights' swimmingftearn fared well thtoughoutit
On every day that the weather was permissible, the coach had the mermen in the water practicing on their turns, sftolti
lciclcs, and the other things that were needed to enable the team to perform properly during the year.
The team was coached, as in past seasons by Mr. Klein and Mr. Schlindwein. They were constantly on the job, oelli
the boys what they were doing wrong, and showing them how it could be clone correctly.
This year there were only a few veterans returning to the team from last year, but there were many promising roolc
who tried out for the team.
The boys could choose from a list of many events the ones in which they wanted-to swim. In the 50-yard freestyle,.Brt
McLean, Adair Chew, and Ron Canepa swam, while Merrit Wmchell, Jerry Smith, and Tompson competed rhejj
yard freestyle. Those who swam in either the 50-yard baclcstrolce or the..l00-yard bteastsggolteiiixcludecl Larry Browrg, Bob
nis, Keith Maxwell, Bob Loefller, and Bob Brooke. The other members-of the team swariii in the nidley events and-itlie tilayig
Although they were the only boys who went out for diving, Wiilt Chaseiand Bob gtaples did a fine job., ti - 7'
The team practiced at the local pool, where many of theitgmeets were held. They alsoftraveled. out af town fo
against other schools. A B i W ,,.mW""" ' ff. 'Q
Last year the Knights placed fourth in the North Bay League Meet in ssa'iga?ae1:TIQas year thexggwoihed evenihaiiit
to beat their last year's record and place higher up at the league finals. g ikyi ,.., ,.,'
In the meets at home and out of town the Knights were accompanied by the Many -of the itude
body came out to see the team and cheer them onward at the home meets. W' LLA' g W, X -'s' A 'M
The Knights participated in twelve meets during the year. 'Of thelitwelve onQ five were with league teams. T
other meets were with such non-league competitors as Grantljligh School in.Sa1crati'iento, or George Washington High in Sa
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With the exception of Vallejo junior High, the Knights rneteonly high school l'B"'fteainsfin the .'52f'seasonz'ff'l1eV"Wn
well prepared for these meets, however, for it was the thitcl year in a tow that they had met with high school teatjns, ,,,' fs
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April 4 Tarnalpaism Th
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22 San Rafael Th
25 George Washingtm iSFl H
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Vlock, L, Forney, Ievo Andersons. Second row, I to r: D. Blackburn D. Moyer, P. Wayne B. Salsman
under, R. Sullivan, C. Wharton, J, Ancell, L. Semen.
After starting the season with a group of green roolcies, the rumbling team under Coach
iwin ended their year with a Fine group of polished performers.
The team got off to a slow starr this spring as many new men and women crime out, and
rent number also strayed away from the meetings. To hamper the squad further, their
rings were very few in number.
The objective of the tumbling team was to develop muscular co-ordination and superior
nce for other sports or for emergencies.
Tumbling ar Napa High is a non-competitive sport, and therefore the gymnasts have no
ts with other srhools.
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Blume 1 ski, R. Gonzales, F. Cashon, C. Bradley, N. Nuff, J. Hampton, P. Pressly
D. Kirkrnan, D. Bailey. Second row, I ro r: A. Daglia, A. Nolan, E. Shroyer, L. Walker. D. Wainscnh,
N. Hudson, M. Parker, R. Garcia, B. Dow, D. Weber, C. O'Brien, M. OH, C. Damron. Third raw, I fo r
C. Olive, T. Schoenfeld, L. Nelson, G. Berberick, R. Sellick, R. Kerri, J. Smith, G. Neeley, D. Harris,
R. Welch, D. Railing.
'52 OFFICERS-First row, I to r: Jim Duff, Larry Bailey, Gerry Randol. Second row, I to r: Carol Whitohill
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First row, I lo r: A. Marlin, L. Simpkins, R. Harrell, B. Elhuradge, K. Munk,
Blume 2 Tenfh J- WCW, G. Morford, A. Wagner, J. Wilkinson, R. lilz, J. Knighi, B. Gale,
N. Sharon. Second row, I lo r: T. Surlon, E. Clemons, F. Scaruffi, R. Barber, E. Williams, J. While, J. Dunn
A. Saunders, P. Hubp, M. McCann, B. Vallandingham, T. Lewallen, G. Espinoza, H. Caughey. Third row,
I fo r: D. Jewell, D. Driscal, T. Gomez, F. Ford, L. Rasmussen, L. Bailey, R. Land, H. Derwiler, J. Miller,
B. Hunl, F. Herniman, K. Richards, G. M::Carly.
First row, I to r: C. Meehan, M. Paris, B. DeWitt, R. Gomez, G. Cole, S. Reed, F. Shouse, L. Forrester, M. Morris, K. Gr
Blume 3 K. Ogilvie, K. Enlow, S. McClure, B. Hendricks. Second row, I to r: J. Rowley, N. McClellan, B. Silvers, J. Martin, R. Rol
C. Larison, M. Muilaly, J. Gosling, E. Barker, R. Gerard, G. Hartley. Third row, I to r: D. Grimm, M. Lernhcnrt, E. Barker, J. Hokanson, G. Gordon, I.. Pau
A. Rodriguez, E. Lauritsen, D. Davison, K. Barrow, W. Honcdel, G. Bickford.
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First row, I to r: E. Rogers, S. Davis, W. Bartow, M. Charland, J. Cheney, E. Elicker, G. Bishoff, M. Merritt, A. Man
Blurne 6 Tenth I. Molina, D. Milton, L. Palmer, T. Brazzi, C. Nelson. Second row, I to r: K. Erickson, R. Martin, D. Juarez, M. Pi
D. Hasinger, D. Piva, M. Kincaid, B. Benthien, L. Fry, P. Kosbab, C. Whitehill, L. Atwood, L. Dizmang, J. Bateman. Third row, I to r: D. Kinser, H. Moi
W. Milliman, E. Jimison, J. Palmer, E. Brock, J. Scanlon, L. Henson, P. Miller, L. Soucy.
ll . Tenth Grade
7 T First row, I to r: B. Ratto, M. Moore, V. Raneri, M. Price, S. Stubbs, D. laymon, L. Shaffer, E. Patten, J. Rodgers, L. Bon-
'rne en ning, M. Horton, N. Freeman, C. Quintana, K. Lenz. Second row, I to r: M. Robinson, A. King, B. Lewis, P. Work, J. Callison,
alxin, V. Clymo, W. Cameron, K. Tillotson, P. Lee, P. Peterson, D. Markt, T. Thornton, S, Luce. Third row, I to r: L. Hill, A. Loewen, B. Swim, B. Carr,
Aff, A. Desrosiers, B. Mclaughlin, D. Cardwell, D. Huntington, J. Smith, W. Whitney, C. James.
lsge 4 Tenth First row, I to r: N. Bailey, B. Amundson, M. Avilla, L. Haynes, A. Bryan, D. Morecraft, J. Lacazo, P. Stewart, V. McKu,
' S. Stockman, A. Zochry, S. Murray, G. Houg. Second row, I to r: J. Hutchinson, Mr. Kresge, D. Sarvary, G. Mcloun, D.
lt, R. Stallings, M. Adams, J. Neilsen, M. Stoller, I. Hague, J. Cook, J. Stornetto, B. Berdon, W. Kautz, R. Seigler, F. Spioknlmier. Third row, I to ft
ooke, J. Orrock, D. Hudson, B. Burger, T. Henry, E. Hosick, B. Lilonthul, J. Thompson, M. Strege, A. Knutson, L. Kushmon, K. Bates, E. Sklar, R. Jenkins.
First row, I to rz J. Larsen, D. Johanson, H. Wilson, J. Myers, M. Level, J. Merryweather, M. long, A. Murray, G. Rai
Kresge 7 Tenfh A. Pmmley, D. Breda, D. Clemons, J. rzodfiquez, L. oniz. second row, I to Yi D. Jones, J. winger, G. Neiman, P. R
J. Carman, C. Prescott, C. Johnson, L, Hansen, B. Montoya, N. Coker, M. Uram, N. Hunter, J. Casassa, Mr. Kresge. Third row, I to r: R. Broyles, A. C
H. Pringle, B. McMiIIin, D. Snyder, A, Craig, V. Connolly, S. Charlesworth, A. Kahn, H. Cook, K. Ehmke, D. Brothwell.
First row, I to r: C. Springer, D. Paulk, R. Vallandingham, J. Tolman, J. Ellis, F. Wallace, J. Wilson, H. Wong B. Vi
storn' 4 Tenth T. Tuttle, D. Waggener, P. Zumwalt, M. Craig. Second row, I to r: Mrs. Storm, E. Horton, V. Thompson, P. llohnso
Owen, B. Reuonica, J. Stewart, C. Wong, C. Escamilla, D. Alexander. Third row, I to r: G. Christiansen, K. Stiles, J. Wingo, M. Webb, K. Wing, B. I
D. Hale, D. McDowell.
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fin, M. Gasser, P. Adams, G. Del Rosso, B. Merritt. Second row, I to r: Mrs. Storm, R. Gray, V. McNerney, L. Hansen,
an, K. Herrick, R. Creach, C. Harris, T. Dudley, J. Frome, C. Bissell, P. Filippini, D. Eggleston, P. Taylor, L. Dock. Third row, I to r: D. Evans, J. Cox,
mphill, E. Ekberg, B. Dennis, D. Crandall, J. Harris, B. Eickler, B. Zeller, R. Daugherty, E. Crane.
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r Mattos, S. Schelle, F. Renshuw, R. Quaml, B. Harrison, J.McWlIIrcms, D. McCune.
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. B. Heminger, N. Cook, M. Whitmore, J. Hammond, N. Zupo, R. Ransford, J,
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Second row, I to r: S. Wilson, W, Crow, B. Hernirnan, M. White, J
Cohrs, C. Tompkins. Third row, I to r: Mr. Kresge, F. Bawker, D, Dresel
Ids, D. Pioli, E. Paulson, T. Franzoio, C. Avelar, J. Martunelli, A. Jamison, B. Nelson, J. Golik, B. Brooke, C. Bunch.
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'53 OFFICERS-L to r: Joan Hynes, Dave Fields, Gail Aguilar, Louetta Vienop.
' First row, I to ra S. Perry, W. Cameron, D. Quads, M. Eggleston, l. Uram, E
Kresge 3 Nlnth Rondoni, B. Van Sant, B. Walton, C. Thompson, B. Andrews, J. Conway, K
Fistler, B. Farrell, J. White. Second row, I to r: F. Koch, G. Wade, S. Wells, R. Hall, L. Standard, J. Brown
Butler, T. Milne, G. Aguilar, A. Dorland, A. Bars, B. Boyd, Wagner, M. Fallert, B. Clarke. Third row, I to r
G. Wade, J. Volpi, C. Ware, R. Hicks, S. Galios, D. Shelton, J. Stewart, J. Emard, R. Standridge, J. Doty, C. Clifft
sgq 6 First row, l to r: F. Adams, R. Pence, P. Moulton, D. Duwall, C. Olmstead, Luiz, L. Cutter, M. Bell, J. Korg, J. Hynes,
J. McNew, L. Humphrey, G. Yarbrough. Second row, l to r. P. Palzus, B. Price, K. Maxwell, B. Neeley, J. Oliver, R. Ham
. Morgan, J. Nikkenen, A. McCarty, E. LeVan, J. Engilman, P. Baker, C. Lindke. Third row, I to r: E. Dunn, B. Northrop, B. Paulson, M. Mendelsohn, J.
nson, I. Austin, H. Conley, Y. Janes, Mr. Kresge.
' First row, I to r: C. Click, N. Viscusi, B. Crowell, B. Staples, P. Woodworth, J. Watson, M. Neuenschwancler, T, Fr
Monroe 2 Nlnth S. Stotts, V, Quintana, M. Walker, C. Barboa, D. Stephenson, B. Wilson. Second raw, I to r: Miss Monroe, B. Mac
M. Volonte, R. Stahl, D. Hare, L. Hatmaker, N. Winn, C. Siuebnuv, G. Breshears, A. Young, J. Sohl, R. Erickson, M. VonUhIit. Third row, I to r: C. C. N
J. Buttle, B. Laeffler, W. Hart, W. Stephenson, W. Cuffman, B. McClure, G. Gadbury, B. Miller, T. Rudstrom, S. Bell, D. Peters, J. RedHorse, P. Rippee.
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' First row, I to r: M. Banchero, F. Leckwold, E. Ruscio, J. Larsen, S. Salle, N. Wallace, M. Cummings, H. Welch, J. Lt
Monroe 7 Nlnth bach, H. Tullos, J. Rodriguez, J. Scaruffi, B. Thompson. Second row, I to r: E, Ratassep, R. Wheeler, D. Schneic
Stephens, F. Thomason, A. Robles, G. Williams, J. Goodwin, B. Klepper, C. Shattuck, S. Sooter, J. Sawyer. Third row, I to r: H. Gibson, J. Blackfo
Schmidpott, V. Cester, M. Silvestri, T. Reed, M. Shields, J. Ratto, J. Broughton, L. Vienop.
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' First row, l to r: R. McCune, M. Ferrero, D. Gelinas, J. Cox, Z. lauderdale, K. Boeris, S. Wilkinson, J. Blythe, 2
sto'-ni I Nlnth D. Franks, L, Wilson, J. Cleone. Second row, I to r: Mrs. Storm, C. Logue, P. Coley, J. Burton, D. Emard, C. He
N. Reams, J. A. Drown, M. Leyva, R. Wood, G. Arens, B. Lew, T. Frornmelt, D. Davis. Third row, I to r: E. llsley, K. Dukes, R. Simms, D. John:
Gochenouer, L. McCart, J. Schutt, R. Barrios, J. Lloyd, J, Bornwell, J. Hie, R. Canepa, J. McKinnon.
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' First row, I to r: L. Dorothy, A. Taysom, D. Snyder, R. Doss, P. Trus
Acheson 1 sell A Stubbs K Tallrnan L Atkins H Barcroft L Gallez D
Magill. Second row, I to r: N. Smernes, L. Ott, M. Strong, N. Mulloney, S. Aldis, P. Swarm, P. Silvestri
E. DeWitt, K. Jacquez, R. Shields, E. Stacking, E. Smith, F. Tolle, J. Snodgrass, K. Squier, Mr. Acheson
Third row, I to r: T. Smith, D. Smith, D. Stark, R. Travis, L. Forney, C. Stacking, D. Short, R. Shurtz
R. Sullivan, R. Siordal, R. Bryan, W, Tallman, C. Southworth, S. Sherman, L. Trabucchi, P. Duncan. ,
'54 OFFICERS-First row, I to rg Daren Cornett, Wilbur Tallman, Sandra Balmer. Second raw, l to r: Ronald
Wong, Judy Owen.
' First raw, I to r: E. Stephens, M. Vieu, K. Koch, P. Voitich, D. Teixeira B Kelly N Keegan J Huntington G lun
Covey 1 tin, K. Johnson, B. Baving, D. Jeffrey, R King. Second raw, l,to r: C. Knne Rei: Kr L Shrine S Nei
Juarez, D. Hoppe, A. Jinks. C. Kucek, C. Johnstone, R. Kinsel D. Juarez, T. Howes, Mr. Covey. Third row I to G Hud on Wh ted C Klose K i
Hughes, S. De Bellis, D. Kirkhofer, S. Jones, S. Luce, M. Hubp, S. Jenkins, O. Jones, J. Parlcersan.
' First row, I to r: C. Cook, S. Carr, R. Daniels, M. Carter, P McPherson J Conrada D Campbell D Alemal
7 Combellack, H, Clemons, S. Cosassa, D. Christian, G. Drinnen H Chase Second row I to r R Canepa R D:
D. Church, S. Davena, P. Chiado, A. Clowdis, V. Dallas, 8. Cunny, D. Coulter, J, Bush, K. Carnett, N. Nuccuon M Cable Mrs Falkenberg Third row I
D. Horton, B. Eclxels, T. Daucette, N. Cahan, R. Darby, J. Cipressi, D. Wrotan, C. Thornton, W. Tong, R. Bush D Chambless F La Rocque
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' First row, I to r: R. Nelson, P. Miller, J. Montin, R. Munk, J. Munk, F, Bailey, R. Myers, J. Patton, V. Norton,
6 M. Coates, M. Ortiz, I. Paulson, E. Mollo, J. Downs. Second row, I to r: A. Parrot, B. Neu, D. Parish, L. Parson,
ufich, C. Mount, J. Owen, M. Gifiin, J. Morrison, R. Murdoff, R. Bailey, R. Neuman, J. Poris, R, Pearson, Mr. Henderson. Third row, I to r: F. Blodgett,
.inga, D. Mitchell, R. Morgan, W. Hagewood, D. Montgomery, D. Possini, N. Olson, L. Olive, M. Mount, F. Scroggins.
1 First row, I to r: R. Andrews, L. Bryant, J. Brown, J. Boggioli, L. Arala, P. Barnwell, P. Alley, P. Brown, F. Basset, 5. Baker,
9 D. Batcheller, B. Bledsoe, C. Bradd, J. Bell. Second row, I ta r: Mr. Juricich, S. Thomas, J. Mufirh, B. Dunn, P. Evans, P. Bruce,
derson, M. Andrews, V. Amerson, G. Bertolucci, B. Bingham, B. Bocigalupi, L. Chauvet. Third row, I to r: P. Burt, K. Christiansen, B. Blackwell, T. Adair,
oyles, A. Dunkelberger, H. Bradley, T. Brown, H. Burquez, H. Alexander, R. Rogers, R. Johnson.
Abeer 6 First row, l ta r: D. McConnell, J. Laird, C. Lauder, J. Mnnnering, D. Mentzsr, C. Mills, N. Locke, J. Cook, G. Lott,
H. Logan, I. Long, N. Litz, D. Martin, D. Martin, D. Martin. Second row, I to r: Mrs, McAbeer, W. LoMonaco, C. Robertson,
Iormick, K. Marenco, A. lacaze, D. Robinson, S. LaPoint, C. Martini, K. Mefferd, R. Davison, M. McMenamin, P. May, M. McKenney, M. Short, Third row, I to r:
ltlock, C. Dallas, D. De Weuse, G. Morton, A. Windweh, D. Larison, G. McCarthy, M. McDaniel, G. Le Van, P. Latta, J. MacDonald, J. Rhoades.
' Firsl row, I to r: O. Conalser, B. Hadley, C. Taylor C. Pressly, M. Greco, J, Gladieux, D. Grimes, R. Hood, G. Gundeslru
1 Bruno, J. Hernandez, R. Harris, D. Blakemore, A., Hendry. Second raw, I va r: B. Slrong, J. Heminger, E. Hicks, C. Hi
l.. Hinkson, R. Hood, R. Holder, H. Goodwin, B. Harrison, J. Guidoffi, D. Holelling, P. Babin, G. Hall, Mr. Nocevo. Third row, I fo r: B. Grimes, J. Hilemo
Gibbany, J. Hendry, C. Long, D. Glozier, G. Hermes, M. Holliday, H. Hamamolo, R. Hunfer, A. Hodge, L. Mayfield, T. Harris.
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' ' First row, I lo r: M. Emerson, E. Fallen, M. Miller, D. McKee, C. Filzwafer, D. Parker, R, Gasser, P. Frenrh, L. Faullm, G. For
7 Forney, A. Falacco, B. Edinglon, V. Flock. Second row, I lo r: Mr. Rivers, N. Farlow, D. Fuller, D. Gibson, B. Wood, C. G
B. Dodd, D. Frosl, M. Flicker, M. McMiIIin, P. Fulton, J. Prince, N. Fifi, C. Doda. Third row, I lo r: H. Robin, K. Hall, R. Garcia, R. Porter, H. Einar
A. Ducharm, C. Zapp, D. Johnson, B. Fornasier, P. Loghry, D. Faulk.
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' Firsl raw, I lo r: L. Vandagriff, R. Wainscoll, A. Venlurini, J. Fravlini, F. Wagner, T. Barilia, R. Wong, A. Zanclin
6 McKinney, P. Wrighl, L. Scarufli, P. Watson, J. Cook, I.. Walker. Second row, I to r: Mrs. Threadgall, B. Hawlz, M.
brick, G. Brown, P. Grimes, S. Wilson, T. Johnson, T. Villman, D. Van Vlack, E. Williams, B. Charlond, F. Williams, R. Uliborri, B. Myers, P. Wayne. Third
I fo r: C. Underhill, G. Gardner, B. Wilson, G. Woggoner, D. Ulrich, R. Young, C. Wharton, H. Wiley, G. Foglesong, M. Shook, S. Russell.
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Of 7 E' First row, I to r: P. Rhodes, V. Pursell, B. Salsman, S. Kollin, W. Vaughn, F, Pedro, J. Damron, J. Bain, V. Roads, A. Stewart,
el 1 M. Rossi, J. Scroggins, C. Phillip, D. Wood, E, Ronback. Second row, l to r: Mrs. Weitz, D. Reeves, R. Quinnell, V. Christopher,
'otter, M. Ratta, C. Petersen, C, Seberg, B. Penzotti, S. Salyer, Y. Rasmus, Q. Faulk, B. Price, A, Peterson. Third row, I to r: P. Olmstead, E. Scolly, H. Ribor-
e, E. Moulton, J. Riechenberg, B. Reguero, B. Pound, B. Thomas, R. Plakk, S. Rutherford.
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First raw, l to r: P. Hancock, J. Hatmaker, A. Hughes, H. Hart, R. Hunt, B. Harvey, B. Gordon, J. Horton, D. Brock, D.
heson 2 Seventh Hancock, R. Hartley, R. Hamilton, R. Hendricks, B. Humphrey, D. Horton. Second row, I to r. S, Hawks, J. Gustafson,
enke, C. Iverson, P. Hutchinson, D. Hale, R. Hodge, K. Grasteit, N. Grisel, E. Huntoon, D. Guyton, J. Jones, P. Hussey, G. Nichols, Mr. Acheson. Third row, l to
Silver, B. Grant, V. Hudgins, B. Jacks, M. Heid, C. Hcgewood, G. Iverson, K. Iverson, C. Harris, P. lngwersen, M. Swarm, D. Hilger.
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First row l to r: E. Brazzi, R. Corr R. Cavagnaro, J. Corser, R. Burquez, J. Cody, B. Bryant, R. Carr, D. Charlesworth, C. Cof-
2 field, J. Capita, D. Butisbauch, Mi Cooper, J. Considine. Second row, I to r: K. Coker, J. Clark, B. Chope, S. Conley, I.
, E. Cipressi, K. Cockerham, J. Cothey, J. Buena, N. Campbell, J. Burton, S. Brown, J. Nell, R. Wallen. Third row, I to r: L. Conley, J. Swatts, M. Connor,
iwn, L. Bunch, G. Copp, D. Cole, H. Conley, R. Cooper, 5. Crandall, C. Bruce, P. Cox, D. Bridewell, Mr. Covey.
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Firsi row, I to r: C. Evans, L. DeMaria, R. Frame, L. Frame, E. Garrett, E. Emard, E. Emard, E. Erickson, N. C
3 J. DeVi1a, D. Gallez, D. Dizmang, V. Garavenla, R. Reed. Second row, l to r: B. Cullison, J. Duncan, ll. Do'
R. Billion, G. Deese, L. Gasser, J. Edwards, R. Davidson, H. Douglas, K. Glover, R. Dives, W. Davies, A. Eckerl, Mrs. Falkenberg. Third row, I to r: J. French, E.
ger, J. Gockenouer, D. Davisson, V. Duvall, D. Johnson, J. D'Adamo, M. Edgell, A. Geiger, S. Domezio, L. Gellinger, J. Fidler.
Firsf row, l to r: L. Le Baron. P. Kane, P. Knudsen, E. Tomberlin, A. King, B. Lewis, P. Jennings, S. Kennedy, B.
Henderson 2 Seventh J. King, W. Knight, Y. Johnstone, J. Langenbach. Second row, I lo r: M. Held, L. Paulk, R. Jones, M. Knighl, J.
J. Little, M. Jenkins, J. Jaeger, A. Johnson, E. Jensen, J. Landers, D. Johnson, A. Judah, Mr. Henderson. Third row, I to r: D. Johnston, W. Kinsel, M. Klarni
James, S. Parrcs, O. Kingsford, D. Kear, R. Marcellino, L. Lloyd, D. Johnson, R. Jacks, A. LeVan.
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' ' Firsl row, I Ia r: I. Anderson, B. Bain, B. Balsley, E. Bayard, R.BenneM, A. Allen, G. Bradley, D. Blanscel, A. Bradley, F
Jurlclch 5 seventh tow, M. Bowers, D. Stiles, J. Adams, D. Pitta. Second row, l to r: C. Bonham, J. Neeley, D. Aden, D. Bissell, D. Blacl
J. Ancell, L. Beeler, W. Bard, M. Blesseng, E. Barnes, B. Mclleynolds, S. Berry, C. Bird, L. Beavers, P. Alvarado. Third row, I to r: Mr. Juricich, J. Archer, H. I
J. Bavchelder, P. Morris, C. Ashley, A. Argenlo, J. Baker, A. Rilaardiere, Z. Vitkovskis, J. Bianco, J. Brayfon, G. Benning.
First row, I to r: F. Roberts, L. Person, D. Pinarrelta, J. Phillips, C. Pasco, W. Rasmussen, B. Tucker, M. Herrick, B. Part-
5 rick, J. Palzis, T. Prescott, A. Raneri, P. Peppers. Second row, I to r: Mrs. McAbeer, B. Bolthus, D. Oliveira, J. Stiles, N.
S. Robertson, M. Quinnell, M. Warren, M. Snyder, L. Mezulis, P. Nolan, R. Northrup, J. Rolls. Third row, l to r: G. Tullos, R. Ragatz, J. Reed, B. Richards,
s, S. Parrott, S. Ransford, S. Phillips, J. Stout, O. Penunuri, A. Oden, L. Richards, E. Pendergross.
First row, l to r: C. Moser, J. Miller, M. Massa, C. Luian, S. Merritt, J. Moody, S. Myers, L. Minyard, P. loewen, C. Moser,
etc 3 E. McWherter, S. Naval, P. McCune, L. Lyle. Second row, l to r: R. Munds, V. Myers, P. Milne, J. Nelms, L. McCurdy, J. Mor-
. Low, D. Molina, R. Maier, J. Monsen, Mr. Noceto. Third raw, I to r: E. Nivens, F. Miller, R. Murphy, H. McBride, D. Doucette, E. Marshall, G. Miller, R.
t, M. Usher, V. Marshall, F. Johnson, M. Mufich.
First row, I to r: B. Simpson, C. Roth, L. Colmer M. Root R. Smith R. Royston V. Robinson K. Stevens B. Morgan A Ross
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'Ts 7 seventh I J. Stanley, G. Seigler, L. Stanley, R. Smith. Second row, I to rr W. Snyder, G. Scorfe, J. Sipe, B. Smith, S. Stanton, D. Smith:
ndtpott, Ruggles, J. Schmidt, F. Shonn, I. Thomas, S. Schwartz, S. Ruff, L. Shook. Third row, I to r: Mr. Rivers, B. Simpson, E. Spencer, D. Shimel, B. Sim-
1. Schwerchler, L. Shelton, B. Sooter, P. Stanfill, J. Smith, J. St. Clair, D. Snyder, F. Burns, K. Sproggins.
First row, l lo r: A. Benton, B. Moffitf, B. Wigger, T. Wheeler, F. Wilkenson, D. Werner, R. Winegarden, D. St. Cl
Threadgall 2 Seventh R. wrgsngisn, E. sus, I. Willford, K. Grimm, J. zaehry, D. wander, o. Welch. second row, I to rt Mrs. rhfssagaii
Moyer, V. McLean, R. Gronzella, M. Jennings, L. Wilcox, R. Dickey, K. Yappert, E. Rcivai, J. McColley, B. Adams, N. Young, A. Williamson, R. Wyatt, M. Vi:
J. Whitmire. Third row, I to r: D. Stage, C. Wilson, C. Wilson, C. Wrigley, G. Wiloth, M. Wing, J. Webster, L. Wolfe, H. Cochran, G. Yates, J. Wilson, G. Win
man, J. Williams, F. Wood.
' First row, I to r: B. Paulson, F. Thornton, D. Vorhes, J. Haggard, J. Roberls, D. Vieu, M. Wallace, R. Thomas, W. Wag
wenz 5 seventh D. Walker, G. Tullos, T. Watson, B. Strickland, S. Tranmer, R. Ortiz, T. Vance. Second row, l to r: L. Clark, G.AThomp
S. Watson, L. Swan, R. Escamilla, K. Suffran, C. Talbott, D. Summers, M. Robins, R. Warnock, B. Thomason, G. Tillofson, S. Teadermon. Third row, l lo 1: J. Tall
G. Delmas, J. Wade, F. Frifchler, G. Ohm, W. Taylor, M. Ward, P. Wallis, L. Walker, P. Stephenson, C. D'0nofrio.
To prepare students for future activities and to gain experience in leadership and organization was one of the main rea-
sons that class oflicerswere elected inthe individual grades. , ,.
iisigrasaiiisfivegiifsm.gash which Selma the swam. who ran for dma-
ent 'xi I I Y ' i f"- :' fr ff' -er' r.7L
officers will he prohtable to student the double shift hecomes effective. Class officers also give
the more of a voice in student activitiesk-fi'iff - 1 V K M A , A
tenth grade class of 1952 elected ytfleitfiofiicerisi Larry Bailey, prcsidentg ivice-presideijgg Geraldine
Randrfilfpgiiifretaryg Viclci Raneri, treasurperyaiticlkarol iiicreg-tion director. During the1"r2tenm.of ofiiceftliey organizec
severdfifaeiivities including, assemblies, tenfhsgrade day, and the tenth grade dance...Advisor forgthcse' ofhcersgwas Mr. Thread-
gau. . S . .
Ninth grade officers for theielass of 1953 were president, Dave -Helclsg vice-president, Louetta Vienopg secretary, joan
Hynesgjarid treasurer, Gail Aguilar, Because of her student body oflice' Louetta Vienopygave her tposition togsteve Galios who
workedjiyith the othegfoflicers for the rest of the semester. Activities suchfas a foodisalefan assembly, and a dance were planned
to foe theieffuture memorial gift. The ninth grade advisor was Mrii Kresgeff '
1954 elected six officers. They were David Stark, presidentg Wilbur Tallmatjg, vice-presidentg .ludyw Owen.
secretgiQfiBona'ld Wong, treasurerg Karen Corrlett, yell leader: and Sandra Baker, social"directoir, who lateritgave herioliice tc
Ann A dance, a food sale, and other activities were organized hy these active clgssgollicers with the help of tlieir ad-
visorfiivlr. Noceto 4' a. . Q as T 1" , f as , .T 3. 3'
The class of p19,5,5's seventh grade ofiiceijs were presigglerngff Lani BBQVCQTS fvice-pres1,dent,f'Beclcy Sooterg secretary, Alice
Ribardiereg and treasurer, Gary Yates.
By the creation of these new ofiices students were able to plan on improvements in school social affairs as well as busi
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