Nathaniel Narbonne High School - El Eco Yearbook (Harbor City, CA)
- Class of 1959
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In Honor of ..
Nlrs Helen Berger
Because of your loyal servuce because we deeply apprecnate what you have done
for us an your thirty three years at Narbonne and because you have been to each
of us a wonderful trlend the spurnt of helpfulness slnceruty and lnspnratuon because
we can fund no other way more flttnng to express our gratrtude we the Seniors of
l959 dedlcate thus year book to you Mrs Helen Berger
To those students who are new to thus school you may lust be the woman rn the
counselors office to those of us who know you you are a constant source of
lnsprratlon and 'Frlendluness
Though, not cz teacher ID the struct sense of the word, your sympathetnc under
standing has ncreased both our desnre for learnung and our zeal for school actuvntues
With dedicated service
Mrs Helen Berger now our head coun
selor IS shown as she was plctured In the
l939 El Eco preparing an asslgnment for
her Scnence and Math classes Sunce then
her record has become an example to all
a record of servuce loyalty and friend
ship From her desire to serve and to help
has come her positron as counselor and
then head counselor
Shown an another one of her many du
tres Mrs Berger helps Judy Lowe to
straighten out a tangled program Fortun
ately Judy has no long lane of students
In a slmllar fax behlnd her for Mrs Berger
remembers well enough the mad scramble
of mud semester programmungll
lt IS In this capacity that she along wuth
others such as Mrs Bernadlne Bordeaux
and Mrs Lucy Barnes plans the entnre pro
gram forthe school nnltnatlng new classes
such as International Relations and antncu
pattng the demand for and supply of
regular courses Geometry U S Hnstory
and Lrfe Scuencel
Narbonne's registrar, Mr. Horn, is responsible for the attendance
and welfare ofthe students of Narbonne, Many Gauchos would be
surprised to find out how much work and following-up Mr. Horn
does every day to "keep the records straight." An understanding
person, Mr. Horn's friendliness attracts for himself many friends
among the students and parents. Thus, Mr. Horn might be considered
"the Public Relations" man of Narbonne High School.
Narbonne's new boys' vice-principal has just recently stepped into
his new iob at Narbonne. Already, he has helped the boys at
Narbonne athletically and scholastically. Mr. Clentzos, a high-school
athletic star and achiever of high scholastic standings, has gained
the admiration and respect of Narbonne's Gauchos, as well as
their friendship. This respect has led to many of the boys at
Narbonne calling, with sincerity and respect, Mr. Clentzos "a good
Mr. Gerald Horn
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The administration wishes to take this
opportunity of congratulating the pupils
of Narbonne High School for your success-
ful and profitable year. You have won
many honors for your school. You have set
new standards in the academic fields in
the arts and sciences, you have brought
honor to your school in athletics, you
have shown great ability in student gov-
ernment and you have conducted a so-
cial program o which you may be proud.
ln looking ahead to next year we are
expecting an increase of more than two
Mr. Peter Clentzos
hundred students and an expansion of
the plant that will add eighteen more
classrooms and many more teachers.
We may glance over our shoulders iust
long enough to see that we had a good
year but we must keep our eyes ahead on
the future. We shall keep our heads up
and remain alert to meet the challenge of
a fast moving age that demands the best
from our best.
Herbert E. Morey
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The iob of vice-principal is often demanding, tedious and re-
warding, all at the same time. lt takes a person of exceptional
qualities and capabilities to measure up to these demands. Mrs. Price
is such a person. Daily, she gives advice, kindness, understanding,
and friendship to all who come to her! We are fortunate, indeed, to
have such a wonderful woman for our Girls' Vice-Principal and our
The first Boys' Vice-Principal at the new Narbonne, Mr. Robert
F. Denahy, was a friend as well as adviser during the time he was
here. Narbonne's Gauchos found that he was always interested
and constantly concerned with the affairs of the boys on campus
as well as off campus. The Narbonne Gauchos appreciated the
fact that he helped them many times in many situations during
their attendance at Narbonne.
"Teachers should be held in the
highest honor. They are the allies of
legislators, they have agency in the
prevention of crimeg they aid in regu-
lating the atmosphere, whose inces-
sant action and pressure cause the
life-blood to circulate, and to return
pure and healthful to the heart ot
h . ., MRS. A. BATTAGLIA MRS. R. OSTERUND MISS E. REYNOLDS
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Head of Social Studies Dept.
MR. J. CALIGUIRI MR. C. GARVIN
MR. R. BERNARD
MR. L. BRYAN
MR, L. HALEY MR. H. HAMMOND MR. J. HOPKINS
History Government Government
MRS G HOPLA MR A METCHIKOFF R PARENT MRS E SCHURMAN MRS N CASTANEDA
Sr Problems World Geography
History Head of Foreign Language Dept Spanish
MRS J COOMBS MR. J. GRAZIANO MR. J. PALUMBO 7fVla"A43 M. DAVgZZ,,4,1-AO' MISS E ALBRIGHT
Latin Spanish French X ea English eplw English
MISS L CHASE MR, S. DOMANCICH MRS. Y. HENRIKS MRS. F. KNIGHT
MRS M OLSEN MR. B. PENNY
MRS. L. LUDWIG
COL. H. RANDALL
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Leaders of Tomorrow
Fred Germain, president of the Winter Class '59,
showed leadership and drive as he and his fellow
officers led the Condors through a successful and
rewarding senior year at Narbonne,
The class honors included Ephebians, who are
chosen on the basis of their citizenship, scholarship
and leadership in school. Betty Dornonoski, Pat
Manning and Geraldine Daniels were chosen for
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The Condor class officers were, ROW ONE: Alice Moyle, Walter
Perfect attendance was the goal of these Condors, and awarded
certificates for their outstanding attendance were, ROW ONE:
Dennis Holst, Kei Kimura. ROW TWO: Fred Germain, Helen Su-
zuki Gerry Daniels, Suzanne Rosenberg, Bob Clements, George
Kopecky. ROW THREE: Pat Bench, Carol Doran, Bob Reed, Betty
Domonoski, Sharon Cheek, .lim Jones. ROW FOUR: Lynn Miller,
Jack Gordinier, Dave Ito, Jack Patton, Walter Cotton, Mr. Horn.
Prince, Virginia Kirkwood, Joanne Stiegh. ROW TWO: Rose Ger-
main, Bruce Burton, Linda Ortiz.
These outstanding students were chosen as Life Members of the
California Scholarship Federation and received gold medals on
their diplomas. They were, ROW ONE: Sharon Audell, Betty
Domonoski, Carol Doran, Gerry Daniels, Suzanne Rosenberg, Mrs.
Henriks, sponsor. ROW TWO: George Kopecky, Jack Patton, Fat
Manning, Dennis Holst, Kei Kimura.
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George Carter Jeanine Carter Ann Cassidy Jean Casteel Jean Castle
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Robert Cervantes Suzanne Chambers Robert Chapman Sheri Chasteen Ronald Chowen
Bunice Clark Charon Clark John Clark Melvin Coates Philip C0lurY'bUS
David Combs Roberia Conner Janice Cook Janet Cooke Barbara Coslon
Larry Cross William Cumiford
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Ronald Cummings Sharon Cummins Charles Cunnigan
Carol Davis Gary Davi
Veronica Davis Joan Dawson
s Judith Davis Marnye Davis
Charlofie Decker Bonnie Demerath Bob Denham
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David Gordon Melvyn Gravel? Christine Grohs Eddy Hager
Susan Hald Jerry Hale Richard Hale Lionel Halling Jay Hamillon
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Ronald Hanson Norma Harbourn Dixie Harmon Holly Harris LannY Harris
George Harrison Jenny Harvey Gail Haslam Palricia Heath Elke Heidi Heingel
Vinton Hesfon Terry Teruo Hirano Carole Hoffman Terrance Holkeslad Troy Hollinger
Roberi Holman Allen Hollon Neal Hudson Barbara Hummel Dean lnuin
Dennis Jackson Noel Jacoby Srephen Jelf Shirley Johnson Bobbie Jones
Sherry Jones Thomas Jones Bonnie Kail Patricia Kelley Linda Kephan
Roy S. Leonard
Peter Krelzschmar Mavis Langerud Michael Lee
Gary Lewis Laverne Lewis
Mary Jeanne Lloyd
Shirley Lindsay Karyn Livingston
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Robert Malcolm Susan Marchanv
Marlini Arlene McCormick
Carolyn Mdunkin Sherry Meeks Pedro Mendez Dorothy Mendoza Gerry Merlz
Billy Meyer Wilma Middelslorb
Priscilla Molek Linda Morris
John Munoz Calvin Myron
Pat Naluar Sylvia Nelson
Diane Omohundro Ray Owens
Stephen Nolhern Judrvh O Connell
Rodney Peres Geraldine Peters
John Plan! Rulh Polovick
Marie Randall Ellen Ransom
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Frances Robnnson Judlfh Robison Lmda Rogers Sharon Romanoff Jane Rowe
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Kathleen Rudge Gnlberr Salas Bull Sandusky Richard Schrllrng Richard Schuler
Rnchard Serpa Marlon Shery Glynda Shnrley Charles Shoemaker Marne Shore
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Roger Smith Marvin Sparks Patty Sparks Diane Sprague Ellen Sfcnlon
Robert Stephens Patricia Strain Lily Sunada I,
Donald Swanson Gae Talbott
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The curfew tolls the knell of parhng day
The lowang herd wands slowly o er the lea
The plowman homeward plods hrs weary way
And leaves the world to darkness and to me
Perhaps In thus neglected spot IS land
Some heart once pregnant with celestial frre
Hands that the rod of empire mrghl have swayed
Or waked lo ecstasy The llvung lyre
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Bill Brown, president of the
Class of S'59, has lead the Debon-
naires through the changes and
has helped the Seniors gain more
and set higher standards.
the many things which
stand out in the eventful year of
i959 was the reserving of a spe-
cial section in the new auditorium
assemblies "for Seniors
The Debonnaires officers are, ROW ONE: President Bill Brown, Vice President Sharon Brown. ROW TWO: Bill
Meyers, Sargeant-at-Arms, Judy Lowe, Treasurer, Secretary Nell Fenska, Sharon Cummins, Treasurer and
Troy Hollinger, Sargeant-at-Arms.
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Kathy Reap is shown here with
Miss Sturdy as she accepts her
certificate which announces her
being selected for the Daughters
of American Revolution Award.
This award is given each year to
a Senior girl who passes a general
civics-history exam and is a com-
munity minded person. The award
was officially granted to her in
The Seniors who lead
the Debonnaires during
the summer semester and
who helped Bill carry out
his numerous duties are
pictured here. These offi-
cers and also the many
committees carried out
activities which are tradi-
tional during the Senior A
Nell Fenska, winner of the Betty Crocker
Home Economics test is shown here with
Mrs. Osterlind, Head of the Home Eco-
MEMBERS OF THE CONDORS, CLASS OF W'59
WHO WON AWARDS UPON GRADUATING WERE:
VERNA AINSWORTH: Honor Service Award
JERRY ALBAUGH: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
SHARON AUDELL: Gold Seal Bearer
PATRICIA BENCH: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
EDWARD BETZ: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
SUE CHAPMAN: Music Award and Honor Service Award
SHARON CHEEK: Four Semesters Perfect Attendance, Music Award,
Milk Bowl Queen and Honor Service Award
ROBERT CLEMENTS: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
WALTER COTTON: Four Semesters Perfect Attendance
GERALDINE DANIELS: Ephebian, Gold Seal Bearer and Three
Semesters Perfect Attendance
BETTY DOMONOSKE: Ephebian, Gold Seal Bearer and Five Semesters
CAROL DORAN: Honor Service Award, Gold Seal Bearer, Girls' League
Outstanding Service, Student Government Award and Three
Semesters Perfect Attendance
FRED GERMAIN: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance Student
Government Award and Honor Service Award
ROSE GERMAIN: Honor Service Award
JACK GORDINIER: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
MARLENE HENON: Honor Service Award and Music Award
MARY ANN HOAG: Honor Service Award
DENNIS HOLST: Gold Seal Bearer and Six Semesters Perfect Attendance
VELMA HUGGINS: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
DAVID ITO: Five Semesters Perfect Attendance
JAMES JONES: Four Semesters Perfect Attendance
KEI KIMURA: Honor Service Award, Gold Seal Bearer, Student
Government Award and Six Semesters Perfect Attendance
GEORGE KOPECKY: Four Semesters Perfect Attendance and Gold
PAUL LINQUIST: Four Semesters Perfect Attendance
PAT MANNING: Valedictorian, Ephebian, Kiwanis Service Award and
Gold Seal Bearer
LYNN MILLER: Four Semesters Perfect Attendance
ALICE MOYLE: Student Government Award and Honor Service Award
SHARON MUNROE: Honor Service Award and Music Award
JACK PATTON: Honor Service Award, Gold Seal Bearer, Student
Government Award and Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
THOMAS PENCE: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
LINDA PULIDO: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
ROBERT REED: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
SUZANNE ROSENBERG: Gold Seal Bearer and Three Semesters Perfect
PAT SANDOVAL: Music Award and Honor Service Award
HELEN SUZUKI: Five Semesters Perfect Attendance and Honor Service
NADENE TAYLOR: Honor Service Award
LUCILLE TUCK: Honor Service Award
KATHLEEN WEISS: Three Semesters Perfect Attendance
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lt is a great privilege to lead a school for a semester. And the privilege becomes
an honor when the students respond to their leadership with enthusiastic school
-. I spirit, with willingness to work, and the ability to enioy themselves and their
, . , - H' school. I am proud of my last semester at Narbonne, proud of myself for what
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X- ' for yourselves.
Though my classmates and those before us have graduated, we still watch
Narbonne, still share its joys, sorrows, and interests. Once you become attached
to a school, it stays with you for many years.
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A S B President W 59
Cgrql Doran Allen Anderson
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A S B Secretary W 59
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Girls League and Boys League Presidents A S B Treasurer W 59
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Leaving a wonderful dream-come-true, such as I have had this past semester, l
brings regrets, but leaves many fond memories. This year I have been able to play
an active role in our Student Government and also work with the Administration
and Faculty. Thank you very much for making this the most enioyable part of my V ,A t
life and giving me a chance to serve my school. .
Sincerely, ' ' C.-7F
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A S B Chief Justice
A S B Secretary
Marlon Beadlmg Pat Finder and Steve Nothern
A S B Treasurer Girls and Boys League Presidents
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Members of the Wrnter 59 councrl are clockwrse from left foreground
Nell Fenska Mrke Walker Terry Hrrano Forengn Exchange Student Ken
Cummins Jack Patton Pete Neushal Allen Anderson Jer: Du Ket Carol
Doran Vuce Presudent Pat Mannmg Presrdent Gerry Danrels Secretary
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Student leaders at Narbonne Hugh durrng the wrnter
semester lead the Student Body to create new Tradrtnons
and carry on the old The Student Councrl rs made up ot
the presrdents ot the varrous orgamzatuons class repre
sentatlves and the ASB ottrcers with Pat Mannlng
the A S B Presndent presldlng
Student Court of Narbonne rs organuzed each semester
to Interpret the school constltutuon new laws and new
addrtnons to the constrtutron Chref .lustlce Allen Ander
son labove lettl presrded over the Court once a week
when musdemeanors were brought before the Court To
Jean Castle Betty Domonoske Mr Bernard Coordrnator of Student Actrvv
tres Don Swanson Evelyn Salcrdo Herd: Herntel Forergn Exchange Student
Lrnda Muller Marolyn Futzhugh and Alxce Muyle
help hum determrne sentences to brang gustrce and to
uphold the rrghts ot the students at Narbonne Pamela
Horn labovel Morgue Gray and Etfre Kosrn snt at h s
sude as Assocuate Justrces Cases are grven to the Court by
the members ot the Servrce Clubs on Campus Knrghts
Jane Addams Key Club Hr Y Squares Ladues Barons
Baronettes lettermen and Letterglrls lt IS also the rrght
of each student andfor faculty member to and nn the
carryrng out of Justuce un much the same way as the
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cll from left foreground and clockwise are Beadllng Don Swanson Vlce President Presrdent Ron Hanson Jen Du Ket
Bob Malcolm Janet Schram Larry Croskrey Terry Stalmack Terry Harmlton Secretary Morgue Gray Pat Pmder Mr Bernard Mnke Lee Ken Frenss
Richard Hale Harold Blake Steve Nothern Ronnue Cummlngs Marlon Kathy Reap Robrn Ryland Bob Halverson and Sylvna Nelson
Under the guidance of Mr Bernard Ron Hanson and
his board have been responslble for ratufymg speclal
events on campus as well as supervlslng general student
currnculum and Ieadnng the Student Body to a wholesome
Justlce without wlsdom as nmposslble Froude
Knowlng thus to be true and practncable Ronnue Cum
mungs above left Narbonne s Chtef .lustuce has done has
best to deal lustly wuth all cases whuch approached hns
chaur durung the second semester Someone once sand
Impartlallty ss the lnfe of gustuce as lustuce as of all good
government The three Associate Justlces above Jo
anne Forest Bonnie Anderson and Bobbl Clark have
assisted Ron In passing ludgment on all cases with as
much unpreluduce and nmpartualnty as posslble Ron held
Court weekly every Thursday and often members ofthe
Leadershlp class sat as an audience at the varlous cases
whlch were tried Simms sand Justnce us the great and
srmple prlnclple whlch IS the secret of success ID all
government as essentlal to the traunlng of the Infant
as to the control ofa mighty nation
Student Congress is composed of one representative from each
homeroom. Through Student Congress, the students of Narbonne
have a voice and a channel through which they may express their
opinions, needs, and suggestions tor the betterment of their school.
Each member of Student Congress, besides attending all meetings
and reporting the results of each meeting to their homeroom, must
conduct surveys sponsored by various student organizations and
be aware at all times of the general feelings and opinions of the
Judy Pounders, Bobbi Clarke, Carlene Peterson, Jane
The members of Student Congress for the semester ot W'59 were,
from left to right, ROW ONE: Ken Cummins, Don Swanson, Linda
Miller, Marolyn Fitzhugh, Allen Anderson, Betty Domonoske, Jeri
Du Ket, Gerry Daniels, Secretary, Pat Manning, President, Carol
Doran, Vice President, Jean Castle, Peter Neushul, Nell Fenska,
Heidi Heintel, Alice Moyle, Jack Patton, Mike Walker, Evelyn Salcido.
Evans, Jill Ginder, Bonnie Anderson, Margie Gray, Jan Daly. ROW
THREE: Mr. Bernard, Bob Malcolm, Ken Friess, Carol Bircher, Janice
Mayer, Rose Germain, Marlys Egelund, Jan Parsons, Sheri Jacks,
Mike Murakami, Dave Wright, Kaye Burgess, Debbie Anderson,
Shirley McCullough, Janice Hutcheson, Karen Tucker, Sharon Forseth.
ROW FOUR: Gordon Routsong, Neil Wells, Curt Manning, Jay
Hamilton, Alan Beyer, Ron Thompson, Ken McNees, Larry Robertson,
Henderson, Sandy Bomersback, Gail Eason, Paula Hart,
Robin Ryland, Dorothy Mendoza, Linda Bishop, Diane
Mickey Cheek, Robert Clements, John Phillips
It is the duty of the student representatives to Congress to be
aware of the general Student Body needs and put the students'
desires into practice. In order to get an accurate account of these
needs the duty of each representative is to help conduct surveys,
report to homerooms, and take to Congress any suggestions and
appeals from the individuals in the homeroom.
Representatives to this governing body are, left to right, ROW ONE:
Bob Halverson, Teri Hamilton, Christy Schweitzer, Sylvia Nelson, Mike
Lee, Marion Beadling, Karen Beardsley, Secretary, Don Swanson,
Vice President, Ron Hanson, President, Margie Gray, Richard Hale,
Terry Stalmack, Ken Friess, Janet Schramm, and Kathy Reap. ROW
TWO: Pat Finder, Pat Yuoka, Laurie Cox, Ann Minnig, Valerie Trus-
cott, Sharon Cummins, Kaye Muench, Sue Chameers, Margie South-
worth, Dianne Plumb, Karen Lewis, Sandy Bomersback, Steve Nothern,
Robin Ryland. ROW THREE: Sue Hogrebe, Pat Conner, Dorothy Men-
doza, Lynn Welch, Gretchen Schwenger, Carole Hoffman, Ellen
Ransom, Diane Eyster, Lydia Deleon, Pam Chace, Janice Hutcheson,
Judy lewis, Jerry Croskrey. ROW FOUR: Gary Richard, Valerie Hyde,
Cathy White, Sharon Brown, Jan Parsons, Carol Birchler, Marlys
Egelund, Terry Reist, Mike Matoma, Steve Forest, Steve Lovas, Bob
Malcolm. ROW FIVE: Robert Blackbourn, Dave Carmicheal, Steve
Borragar, Bruce Peterson, Jerry Hale, Allen Anderson, Ken Cummings,
Ronnie Graff, Mike Findley, Doug Harvie, John Taylor, and Mr.
From left to right members are, ROW ONE: Sue Hogrebe, Vicki Baker, Linda
Saracco, Judy Hedstrom, Alan Lovas, Donna Shinn, Joanne Safreed, Robin
Ryland, Linda Mead, Marion Beadling, Mary Baird, Nita Bourland, Pat
Neprud, Carole Gibb, Helen Suzuki, Toni Perachini, Tina Shattuck, Janice
Hamasaka, Joyce Usui and Edna Yoshii. ROW TWO: Cathy Culbertson,
Steve Pfennig, Kathy Holden, Arlene Nakawatase, Marcia Chamberlain,
Gerry Daniels, Pat Pyeatte, Pat Jenkins, Carol Sundin, D. Poche, Judy
Freeman, Karen Lewis, Valerie Truscott, Lynn Peterson, Judy Gleghorn,
Sylvia Nelson, Kirsten Josephson and Judy Garrison. ROW THREE: Mrs.
Henriks, Sharon Lindsay, Betty Shanen, Carol Doran, Sue Garlow, Marcella
Seligman, Marsha Duni, Adele Leino, Helen Peel, Adrianne Ayres, Pam Horn,
Janey Moffatt, Joan Plimmer, Heidi Schmitz, Nancy Gibb, Bennie Breiden-
bach, Ellen Ranson and Noel Toombs. ROW FOUR: Karry DiVirro, Diana
Root, Lynn Knighten, Judy Zacher, Bonnie Lindstrom, Carolyn Schreyer,
Pam Michaelis, Peni Field, Grace Thorneycroft, Mary Cook, Gena Collins,
Lynn Carmichael, Susan Farwell, Barbara Stanton, Judy Hollinger and
Shirley McCullough. ROW FIVE: Ray Owens, Sue Horkey, Einar Sunde, Larry
Kopp, Ken Friess, Dave Carmichael, Kathy Reap, Steve Lovas, Richard
Hogate, Carole Hoffman, Gloria Thorpe, Linda Miller, Sharon Audell, Dave
Brewster, Gary DaVirro. ROW SIX: George Kopecky, Bill Day, Lee Neiden-
gard, Phil Osterlind, Brian Butler, John Ost, Roger Townsend, Dave Stewart,
Mike Murphy, Gregg Cramm, Bob Holman, Jack Lemen, Roger Sundberg,
Jeff Shelly. ROW SEVEN: Charles Shoemaker, Bill Lindner, George Andor-
son, Neil Wells, Gerald Smith, Roger Smith, Pat Manning, Jack Patton,
Allen Anderson, Jay Hamilton, Mike Findley, Rick Smith, Bob Rau, William
Burnes, David Gronstal, Chuck 0'Brien, Mike Stevenson, Bruce Smith, Gary
Goodwin, lvar Tombach, Dennis Holst.
This year the California Scholarship Federation, Chapter 34, has grown to be
one of the largest groups in school. A membership of 135 members in the Winter
semester and topping that in the spring, is an outstanding achievement. The alive-
ness, the comeback power of youth is centered in the being of a well-rounded
individual. Certainly the scholarship of this group is accented, but if you look
into the background and everyday life of the individuals here, you will most
certainly find the character of an explorer, a pathfinder of the world of tomorrow.
During the second semester, the members of scholarship society enioyed a number
of excellent programs, among them a very intersting and enlightening talk given by
Dr. Wendell Miller, who has traveled extensively in Russia and Europe. ln April
several members attended a conference at Occidental College.
The officers for the sprung semester were Kathy Reap president
Sylvra Nelson vlce president Carol Blake secretary Janlce Cook
treasurer and Lynne Carmichael hlstorlan Members of one of the
largest C S F groups at Narbonne are from left to rrght ROW ONE
Brll Burnes, Allen Anderson, Ken Hannsgen, Calvrn West, Bull Llndner,
John Stewart Bob Nuchols Rrchard Hale Jam McCampbell and Rrck
Smith ROW TWO Roger Sundberg Elnar Sunde Charles Shoemaker
Pnsulla Molek Jer: DuKet Kathy Meyer, Jamce Cook Carol Blake
Mrs Olson Sponsor, Kathy Reap Sylvra Nelson, Lynne Carmlchael
Sherry Barto Eleanor Trultt Sue Harrington Judith Spencely, Wendy
Webb and Gerald Smrth ROW THREE Edna Yoshn Pat Yuoka, Janrce
Hamasaka Judy Garrison Shen Chasteen Lynda Mead, Nlta Bour
land Lucrlle Saracco Ton: Perachrnu Krrsten Josephson, Grace Ish:
bash: Lynda Pawlucku, Sandra Marsh Sharlene Steele Robrn Ryland
Morgue Gray Kayomr Hanaoka and Roger Townsend ROW FOUR
Valerie Truscott Ann Mlnnlg Rands Peach Veronica Davis Donna
Grammer Karen Lewrs Judu Freeman Sandra Long Kathy Holden
Trudellse Dunlap Peggy Bartz Pat Jenknns Stephanle Pfennlg Beverly
Wada Suzanne Hogrebe Januce Halllck Jerry Peterson Dave Stewart
and Noel Jacoby ROW FIVE Arlene Nakawatase Pat Pyeatte Crndn
Tucker Carol Sundm Noel Toombs Karen Tucker Trudy Traunfelder
Diane Dexhermer Nadrne Truscott Sherrill Berger Bonme Llndstrom
Cathy Culbertson Lynn Knlghten Joan Plummer Gena Collins Jan
Tremble, Lee Neldengard and Phll Osterllnd ROW SIX Duane Slagg,
Joan Wagensell Pam Horn, Barbara Payne Ecco Booher Jenny
Harvey, Joanne Forest, Evelyn Salcldo, Krls Berntsen, Ellen Ransom
Gae Flagg Judy Founders, Susan Davrs, Sandro Adamson Joanne
Armstrong, Babette Frerwald, Stephan Lovas and Brian Butler ROW
SEVEN Bunuce Clark Jeanme Carter Florence Aldrlch, Carroll Beard
Karen Beardsley Erllen Lovell, Barbara Stanton Susre Farwell Janey
Moffatt, Marnell Cox Drana Root Adrianne Ayres Caren Weekley
Pat Anderson John Couch, Dennls Schmitz Dave Carmrchael lvar
Tombach Larry Kopp and John Acord ROW EIGHT Patty Sparks
Mary Jean Cook, Grace Thorneycroft, Barbara Lohman, Anne Grullrn
Judy Zacher Gloria Thorpe .ludle Armlngton Stan Swaflord Davrd
Dunkln Harold Quadres Mike Mltoma Davld Wagner Bruce Smrth
Davrd Brewster Spud Reynolds Bob Holman Ray Owens John Ost
Mrke Stevenson Jay Hamrlton Sanford Srlversteln
l-lard-Workers of the "Round-up"
Under the direction of Mr.
Denahy and Mr. Clentzas, the
Knights lived up to the club
oath which demands that each
Knight shall promote scholar-
ship, citizenship, sportsmanship,
school spirit and encourage ser-
vice. The Knights are composed
of senior boys who are elected
by popular vote and possess
leadership, scholarship and sin-
cere interest in school problems.
Their duties are varied, the
boys help usher at assemblies,
remind students about conduct,
keep order at athletic meets
and onthe school grounds.
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Serving as president of the Club the first semester was Sharon Cheek. The second
semester found Jean Castle directing activities as president. Members are, ROW
ONE: Jeri Du Ket, Dorothy Mendoza, Mary Ann Hoag, Sharon Cheek, Diane Sivard,
and Sharon Brown, ROW TWO: Priscilla Molek, Patty Sparks, Gerry Daniels,
Eleanor Truitt, Helen Suzuki, Rose Germain, Sandra Adamson. ROW THREE: Janet
Cooke, Pat Pinder, Sylvia Nelson, Cathy Schwietzer, Louray Stalmack, Christy
Schwietzer, Marlys Egelund, and Heidi Heintel, ROW FOUR: Marolyn Fitzhugh,
Joanne Forest, Jean Castle, Carol Doran, Betty Domonoske, Alice Moyle, Kathy Reap,
and Nell Fenska.
First semester the Knights were assigned duties by president, Bob Garrabrant. When
Bob's term expired, Troy Hollinger saw that the Knights did not relax in the per-
formance of their duties. Pictured here are the gallant Knights of Narbonne High.
From left to right, ROW ONE: Bob Holman, Troy Hollinger, Bob Lugo, Jimmy O'Hara,
Ron Hanson. ROW TWO: Richard Hale, Bill Trevathan, Richard Cook, Don Swanson,
Mike Findley, Jimmy Williams, and Mr. Clentzos. ROW THREE: Roy Leonard, Bill
Meyers, Wilbur Fukuzaki, Ron Cummings, Charles Flanary, Dennis Jackson, Keith
Edwards, and Bob Garrabrant.
Jane Addams is famous
throughout the world for settle-
ment work and especially that
at Hull House. Miss Addams'
remarkable ability of leadership
has won love and admiration
to the fullest extent throughout
the world. No other one person
has given such service to the
poor of mankind than Jane
Addams, and her name on the
lips of all stands for service,
because of this the Girls' Ser-
vice Club of Narbonne was
named in honor of this great
woman. When ever there is
work to be done, her life is a
model, her service an incentive
and it is with eagerness that
the girls of the Jane Addams
Club respond to the call,
The Ladies is an honor-service club tor girls
in the llth grade. The members at this club
are chosen by the students and faculty at
Narbonne. Each girl is pledged to give freely
of her service, time, and talents to the club and
the school. Mrs. Elaine Hall sponsors the club
and gives her spare time to promote the activi-
ties and school service which are functions of
The Squires is the honor-service organiza-
tion for boys in the llth grade. They strive
for improvement in bettering their school
through enforcement ofthe school rules under
the sponsorship of Mr. Carl Cobbs.
The Squires are, ROW ONE: Howard Luyt, Dennis Shanelec
and Bob Dewalt. ROW TWO: Chris Maier, Mike Walker, Presi-
dent and Bill Rozich, Vice President. ROW THREE: Mr, Cobbs,
Richard Ryel, Stan Swafford and Jerry Croskrey. ROW FOUR:
Ken Friess, Bill Halverson and Einar Sunde. ROW FIVE: Ken
McNees, Allen Cobham, Ted Kobyashi and Roger Sundberg.
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The Ladies are, ROW ONE: Carol Blake, Sue Garlow, Janice
Hamasaka and Marion Beadling. ROW TWO: Christy Schweit-
zer, Cathy Schweitzer, Louray Stalmack, Kay Muench and Lynn
Welch. ROW THREE: Kayomi Hanaoka, Pat Neprud, Bonnie
Anderson and Margie Gray. ROW FOUR: Robin Ryland. Patty
Larson, Tetsulro Kimura and Pat Yuoka. ROW FIVE: Linda
Miller, Sandra Adamson, Effi Kosin, Diane Adams and Mrs.
Hall. ROW SIX: Mary Stanovich, Betty Bailey, Pam Horn and
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The Baronettes are, from left to right, ROW ONE: Judi Freeman, Mary Ellen Baird, Barbara Stanton
Lynne Carmichael, Vicki Baker, Beverly Wada, president, Judy Garrison, Mary Jean Cook, Grace Throney-
croft, Judie Armington, and Edna Yoshii. ROW TWO: Judy Zacher, Mary Stanovich, Georgina Fuku1aki
Diane Dexheimer, Jan Tremble, Mrs. Hopla, Pam Chase, Judy Hollinger, Trudy Traunfleer, Kristen Joseph-
son and Susan Farwell.
The Baronettes, sponsored by Mrs. Grace Hopla, is the Sopho-
more girls service club. Organized to give service to the school,
they take positions of supervision in the halls during snack and
lunch and along with the members of other service clubs helping
to keep the school orderly.
The Barons, the boys' counterpart of the Baronettes, is for
sophomore boys only and is also a service club. The Barons help
in carrying out the duties at the doors and also in general keep
the campus quiet at snack and noon. They are sponsored by Mr.
The Barons of Narbonne are, from left to right, ROW ONE: Jeff Couch, Herold Quadres, David Grover-
man, Dave Wagner and Len Clark. ROW TWO: John Everett, John Irons, Charles Gurdzinscus, Don
Lenkeit and President Dennis Hume. ROW THREE: William Leight, John McCristy, Steve Forest, Dave
Taylor, Phil Osterlind, Casey Tuii and Mr. Jung.
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These poised, popular, and well dressed Lettergirls are, ROW
ONE: Jean Castle lstandingl, Lynn Welch, Pat Neprud, Ber-
nice Akins, Gloria Thorpe, Jean Casteel, Margie Gray, Alice
Moyle, Helen Suzuki, Kayomi Hanaoka, Nell Fenska and Pat
Yuoka. ROW TWO: Sue Chapman, Valerie Suzuki, Marilyn
Santi, Sherrill Berger, Sharon Cummins, Sue Harrington, Sylvia
Nelson, Pat Pinder, Dorothy Mendoza, Lvnn Peterson and
Judy Williams. ROW THREE: Carol Doran, Betty Domonoske,
Diane Adams, Marolyn Fitzhugh, Janet Cooke, Ellen Ransom,
Eleanor Truitt, Carol Davis and Merrill Mince. ROW FOUR:
Darlene Ronning, Sharon Cheek, Diane Sivard, Sue Hald.
Marlys Egelund, Sharon Brown, Mary Ann Hoag, Millie Dreyer
and Sandra Adamson.
Examples of good sportsmanship
Members of the Lettergirl Board are: Helen Suzuki lbelowl, Presi-
dent, Diane Sivard, Treasurer, Alice Moyle, Secretary, Marilyn
Santi, Sargeant-at-Arms, Carol Doran, Vice President, and Sue
lettergirls of Narbonne wear school colors
which are also the colors of the Girls Athletic As-
sociation. ln their green sweaters with gold letter,
they are seen at many games, meets and athletic
events which they keep under control, usher and
direct the audiences. These girls are members of
Girls Athletic Association and have been for several
semesters. Qualifications are scholastic as well as
athletic. Lettergirl president, Helen Suzuki, and
her board lead and coordinated activities during
the first semester and worked close by the Letter-
men at all athletic events both at school and away.
Encouraging reminders of high athletic achievement
Lette rm en
Have you ever wondered what or whose those tel
lows in green and gold iackets were? Well, they re
the Lettermen of Narbonne High. They usher and off:
ciate at all sports events both, at home and away
They are often seen on duty with the Lettergirls, their
counter-part. After having received a letter for a
department of boys' sports, the club members vote on
applicants who are well-rounded-athletically and
scholastically. They are sponsored by Mr. Ernie Graham
In the picture on the left are the leaders of this club,
ROW ONE: Mr. Graham, sponsor, Jimmy O'Hara, Sec-
retary, Bill Brown, Sargeant-at-Arms. ROW TWO: Bob
Garrabrant, Vice President and Keith Edwards,
Members of this club are, below, left to right, ROW ONE: Troy
Hollinger, Gabriel Ramirez, Steve Nothern, Keith Edwards, Jimmy
O'Hara, Jim Williams, Bob Lugo. ROW TWO: Mike Lee, John Plant,
Ray Burleson, Mike Pinder, Glenn Serto, Ron Rogers, Ron Hanson,
Ron Cummings, Bob Garrabrant, ROW THREE. Bob Nichols, Don
Roy Leonard, Mike Findley, Eddie Perales, Mike York.
Turner, Bill Brown, Dave Dunlap, Don Swanson, Mike Walker, Jerry
Fowler, Dick Myers, Pete Neushul, Charles Shoemaker, Mr. Graham
sponsor. ROW FOUR: Bill Meyers, Robert Stevens, Joel Bodermann
Time out from Athletics for Socializing
The annual Letterman-Lettergirls Christ-
mas Dance was a Yuletide dream come
true. Decorated with gay holiday stream-
ers, red paper bells, a huge snowman, and
a glittering tree, the gym was a perfect
setting for the excellent music of Don
Stewer and his band. The dance was a
memorable event for the many who at-
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Throughout the fall semester Betty Domonoske president and her won
derful cabinet arranged and sponsored many school GCllVIlIeS Their alms
were to make the school a better orgamzatuon and the students better
members of that organlzatlon
Betty IS pictured above wuth her ottlcers from left to right are fnrst row
Kathy Reap l2th grade representative Mary Stanovlch lOth grade repre
sentatuve and Pat Yuoka llth grade representatnve Second row Janice
Hamasaka treasurer Duane Adams secretary Betty Pat Pmder vuce pres:
dent and Bonme Anderson hustoruan
Pat Pmder 'former vace president took over the rems of leadershlp with
able hands and along with her new cablnet sponsored a prlng dance
and candy sale
President Pat IS pictured with her cablnet from left to right row one
Sherrill Berger 12th grade representative Duane Plerrou lOth grade repre
sentatlve and Robm Ryland llth grade representative Second row Carol
Blake treasurer Marolyn Futzhugh secretary Pat Duane Adams vuce
presldent and Pat Neprud Hustornan
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of leadershrp to Put at the lovely
formal mstallatuon In January
Leag u e
grace, beauty, charm
The Shamrock Ball, also back-
ward, was a dressy-dress, semif
formal affair. Properly titled, this
March, Friday the l3th was a gala
spring dance with the wonderful
Clyde Rodgers Dance Band play-
ing all evening, Considered by
many, "The Best Dance of the
Year," the attendance on this
warm evening was overwhelming
and, as can be seen, at 8:30 the
dates came early to enioy a really
gay and beautiful evening, by
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Student from Germany, is shown
with her date, Pat Manning, Stu-
dent Body President, as they enter
the smartly arranged Girls' Gym
prepared for a happy evening at
"The Fall Fantasy." lt was a cas-
ual dress dance, and the gym had
been gaily decorated with bright
autumn leaves and crepe paper
streamers to provide the proper
atmosphere. ln addition to being
"just a dance" everyone who at-
tended was in high spirits because
of the Victory which Narbonne
had that afternoon. And for those
who weren't able to see the meet
certainly knew it when they came
to the dance, tor directly above
the band was a sign "VICTORY "
The members ot the Boys' League Winter board were, ROW ONE:
John Plant, Pete Neushul, Steve Nothern and Bill Jobson. ROW TWO:
Ken Freiss, Bob Malcolm, Einar Sunde, Richard Ryle, Ron Hanson and
lower right, President Pete Neushel.
Under the excellent guidance of Mr.Freier, the
Boys' league winter board has done much to raise
funds for the scoreboard and provide the school
with a hearty source of entertainment. They sponsored
the sale of "Gaucho Buttons," luggage day and the
Football Sweetheart Dance.
Football Sweetheart, Bobbi Clark accom-
panied by last year's Sweetheart, Suzanne
Chambers are shown here as they take a mo-
ment out from the "Sweetheart Dance" which
the Boys' League sponsored.
Walking the "royal mile" at the Sweetheart Dance are Bobbi Clark and her
proud escort, Larry Glavinic. With the princesses on the right and their escorts
on the left, the royal couple walk in review of their appreciating audience.
The princesses and their dates were Priscilla Molek and escort, Renee Rogers
and Clyde Madison, Laurey Stalmaclc and Jimmy Williams, Mary Robinette and
George MacKay, Diane Northway and Bob Bogdanivich, Jeri DuKet and Calvin
Myron, Sharon Cheek and Richard Ryel, and Diane Adams, not present,
strength and good will
The Boys' League Board during the Spring Semester are from left to right: Bill Rau,
Councilman, Gary Goodwin, A-11 Representative, Einar Sunde, Councilman, Bob
Weeks, Treasurer: Mr. Freier, sponsor, Bill Jobson, Secretary, Ken Cummings, B-ll
ln a constant endeavor to keep high standards
in the Boys' League of Narbonne High, Steve No-
thern and his Board were at work all the time
setting good examples, having guest speakers at
assemblies, and by leading the boys toward better
sportsmanship, school respect and general im-
provement ofthe whole Student Body on the boys'
Scenes from the dances put on by the
Boys' League show that those who attend-
ed had o great time both evenings. On the
left is a view of the dancers doing the
The creating of a story ........
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Three people were responsible for the
With references spread
around, a rough copy of the
1959 yearbook, and the
whole staff present to discuss
certain features, themes, dedi-
cations, division pages, art
work and photography, the
of the 1959 EI Eco taking
time out of their ordinarily
busy day to pose for a pic-
ture. Members of the staff
are, from left, seated: Pamela
Horn, Joanne Forest, Mr. Law-
lor, Jeanine Hoffenblum, Sue
Hald. Standing: Judy Meyers,
Pete Mendez, Robin Hatfield,
Mike Gibbons, Phil Columbus,
Allen Anderson and Bill Job-
son. Missing: Jenny Harvey,
Sharon Forseth and Jeff Shel-
sports section this year. Bill Jobson, Boys'
Sports Co-Editor, Jenny Harvey, Girls'
Sports Editor, and Mike Gibbons, Boys'
Sports Co-Editor, They all did a wonderful
iob in laying out pages, writing copy and
planning their sections, Each should be
commended for making good use of the
pages assigned to them for their depart-
ments. Jenny, it might be added, was
responsible for all of the Underclassman
Section which includes planning picture
layout, taking inventory of those students
who did not have their pictures taken, typ-
ing copy and names, and being, in gen-
eral, a Co-Editor of the 1959 El Eco.
The three staff secretaries were Judy Meyers,
Jeanne Hoffenblum, and Sharon Forseth lnot
picturedl. To these three dependable girls, the
Staff owes a great deal, for they enabled
members of the staff to continue planning
sections while the secretaries typed copy for
H the torytellers
, f .fiUi6C.,y
Pam Horn and Sue Hald, this year's Literary
Editor did more than their share of copy-writing
and page planning. Sue was also responsible for
organizing the Faculty llos Hidalgosl Section. Pam
was also Co-Art Editor.
Without the guidance and advice given
by Mr. Lawlor, sponsor, it would have
been next to impossible to put out
The two other Staff Artists, Pete Mendez and Robin
Hatfield are pictured here with Phil Columbus, Staff
Photographer. Pete and Robin worked on the Faculty
caricatures and other drawings throughout the book.
Phil took most of the Division Page pictures and his
dependability made most of this book possible.
The Financial Manager of the Year-
book were Jeff Shelly and Allen
Anderson. Both boys did a wonderful
iob of keepinq our records straight.
ln addition, Jeff and Allen did a lot
of copy-writing which helped the
other Section Editors get more press-
ing work done.
"Look not mournfully to the past-it comes not back again,
wisely improve the present-it is thine, go forth to meet the
shadowy future without fear, and with a manly heart."
The i959 edition of the El Eco is published to help remind the
graduates-Condors and Debonnaires-of their eventful and joy-
ous senior year, Members of both classes will strive on toward the
betterment of community and self through service. Many will go
farther and their names will be familiar in the political and social
issues of tomorrow.
This yearbook, we hope, will brinq out the fun times, the ioyous
days which are worth remembering. With the realization that many
times in the future it will be comforting to reminisce on those "good
ole days" we have tried to include everything from teachers to
classmates to bus drivers.
Our teen days, the experimental ways are a means of improve-
ment and a process by which we climb to the ladder of success.
We all have different and varied goals and by using our high
school experiences to gain knowledge and understanding we will
be able to "meet the shadowy future without fear."
What ever the future has in store, whichever path we follow, we
will always be grateful for and dedicated to our Alma Mater,
Narbonne High School.
Aside from this impersonal expression of gratitude given after
a compilation of opinions of Seniors l want to express personally
my thanks to everyone who has helped make this edition possible
-the teachers, the art students, the writers, the typists, the secre-
taries, our student photographer and especially Mr. Lawlor, the
As a final reminder and before l set down my pen l want to
include a favorite quotation from Omar Khayyam
"The Moving Finger writes, and, having writ,
Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel half a line,
Nor all the Tears wash outa Word of it."
Editor - in - Chief, Jw-ne rome. she 5, .1
spent a good deal of her time and
energy to make this annual what it is.
Working close with the Staff, was the X I I M 59
The Green and Gold Staff were ROW ONE Diane Reams Madellne Fowler Christine Grohs Bob
Malcolm Editor in Chief Caren Weekley Einar Sunde Susan Davis and Carolee Gibb ROW TWO
lvar Tombach Make Murakami Sharon Brossard Mary Richards Taffy Arthurs Barry Leisure Mike
McHatten John Jay Len Clarke Carol VanDme and Valerie Slmes
Starting this year something new was added to the
Green and Gold staff The printing of the paper was
tackled In Narbonne s print shop The size of the paper
was reduced to four columns and the number of pages
was Increased to sux Also new features were added to
Interest more of the students Club news began to be In
for the first time In addition the popular record column
was included to keep the students up to date on the
newest releases Then too, the largest number of stu
dents signed up for lournalism adding to the staff of
reporters They turned out after school for sports report
:ng and make up and spent many hours of hard work
during and after school The boys who print the paper
under the supervision of Mr Berry are lvan Bell Douglas
Gravett Jack Hayes Eric Kongs David Mclean Bob
Wolf Bruce Peterson and John Stewart
Coordinating daily events of the Gaucho Round up
Carol Hoffman, the winter semester
editor of the Green and Gold did
a terrific iob of keeping school spir-
it up and, also, spent a good deal
of her time campaigning for more
Caren Weekley and Kathy Reap were the Managing Editors for the
1958-59 year and did a really good iob of keeping the paper running
The editor for the spring semester
was Bob Malcolm. Bob did much to
help the school get the paper printed
on campus and also enlarged the
paper from two sheets to three.
lvar Tombach, to the right, Diane
Reams and Carolee Gibb, Editorial
and Feature Page Editors are shown
working over the galley proofs for ,
the next issue of the paper. Below,
Caren Weekley, Susan Davis, Chris- "
tine Grohs and Madeline Fowler
are shown working on the stories we
all have enioyed so much this year.
The Cub Reporters the Journalism I students are, ROW ONE: Jill Gindef, Judy Freeman, Vicki Garret, Linda Storti, Virginia
Hank Harwell and John Reeder ROW TWO: Dave Wright, Carol Taylor, Donna Grammer, Bonnie Anderson, Joan Brink and
Arnel Linda Root Audrey Kunde Geraldine Benefield, Peggy Gene Key. ROW FOUR: Dave Groverman, Hugh Hixon, Tom
Bender Lorna Jones Dorothy Nares, Steve Lovas and Mark Martinson, Alan Cobham, Tom Grill, Chris Berry, Bruce Peterson
Wlnsryg ROW THREE John Kennelly, Lynn Welch, Ann Minnig, and Dennis Shanelec.
Presenttng our frtends from across the
Held: Heuntle Gaucho toretgn exclange stu
dent from Germany has been a wonderful ad
dttlon to the school Not only has she added
charm and beauty to the campus but she has
taught us so much about her country many
thtngs we never before had taken tlme to
realize She has taught us many things tn the
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Representative of all the clubs on campus, these students meet to iron out mutual
problems. They are, ROW ONE: Mr. Latas, Joanne Forest, Vice President, Ken
Friess, President and Pam Horn, Secretary. ROW TWO: Sharon Brown, Cindi Tucker,
Diane Oriani, Judi Spencely and Gloria Smith. ROW THREE: Sylvia Nelson, Mary
Jean Cook, Nancy Weitzel, .loan Wagenseil and Carolyn Cox. ROW FOUR: Bill
Rozich, Dave Wright, Anita Friedrirhs and Ellen Ransom. ROW FIVE: Bill Lindner,
Bill Van Camp, Bob Garrabrant and Roger Ernest.
The Key Club members, backed by Kiwanis, are shown pictured with their banner. ROW ONE: Mr.
Schaefer, sponsor, Bob Weeks, Ron Hanson, Walter Prince, Ken Freiss, Don Swanson and Keith Edwards.
ROW TWO: Pat Manning, Richard Hale, Ron Griffin, Curt Manning, Walter Cotton, John Plant, Pete
Neushal and Dave Dunlap. ROW THREE: John O'Hara, Steve Nothern, Bob Malcom, Jay Hamilton, Bill
Halverson, Don Mitchell, Mike Walker and Phil Columbus.
Key CI u b
International trophy winners for service
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In this picture Walter Prince, Key Club president for the winter The annual Christmas Basket drive was a huge success this year
semester, is shown receiving the trophy for the best single service as usual, and all the students participated whole-heartedly with
project done by any Key Club, Internationally. the hope that Narbonne's Key Club will again win a trophy.
Behold the Court
Jer: DuKet and Toni Perachrni were
Sally s two Princesses and two prettier
ones could not have been found any
Sally Bevan Key Club Queen was
chosen over numerous other candidates
and it was generally agreed that the
choice was a good one
The new Key Club members this semester were ROW
ONE Tom Gayton Don Lenkert Terry Hrrano and
Pete Mendez ROW TWO Doug Harvre Richard
Ryel Mike Fxndley and Ray Sundberg
The Key Club Officers were ROW ONE Harold Blake Richard Hale Presrdent and John
Plant ROW TWO Bob Weeks Mike Walker and Ken Frerss
Key Club was founded on Narbonnes campus in l94O and has been
growing ever since lt started with ten to frfteen members and now there
are thlrty frve In the past few years Key Club has become one ofthe most
active clubs on campus Each year they have the Christmas Basket Drive
Key Club rs an International organnzation covering Canada Hawan and
the United States Each club IS sponsored by a local Kiwanis Club and the
hugh school The local clubs are grouped unto divisions divisions into
drstrrcts and the districts into the International organization Narbonne is
Bannrng Mira Costa Gardena Torrance and Redondo high schools
Next year wnll be one of the most active Several members of the club
will be district officers Narbonne s Key Club holds several of the division
trophies and they will be working to keep them
e District Convention f the Key Club was held at Narbonne on April 19 Members 6
of the 19 partrcrpatrng Key Clubs attended and division officers were elected Serving
as officers from Narbonne next year will be Ken Frerss Lt Governor Glenn Smith
Corresponding Secretary and Don Lenkext Treasurer
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The Future Teachers of America, The Apple Pol-
ishers, are, ROW ONE: Miss McCoy, Robin Ry-
land Sue Harrington, Sue Garlow, Joanne
Forest, president: Pat Pyeatte, Lynn Welch and
Janice Hamasalra. ROW TWO' Pat Yucka
Steve Pfennig, Nancy Weitzel, Marion Bead'
ling Barbara Conchafter, Lyndal Garrison
Peggy Sollars and Jan Aspittle. ROW THREE:
Lina Gardner, Sherry Jacks Dave Bone, Lynn
Carmichael, Joyce Hallick, Jenny Harvey, Joy
Day and Bonnie Briedenbach. ROW FOUR,
Anita Friedrichs, Carolyn Schreyer, Pam Mi-
chaelis, Barbara Lohman Sue Hald, Terry
Reist, Barbara Van Camp, Patty Sparks, Karen
Beardsley and Carroll Beard
as they see them
The Daubers were as follows, ROW ONE:
Angela Kiichli, ROW TWO: Nancy Chandler,
Shirley Mc Cullough and Candy Butcher. ROW
THREE: Kathy O'Mahoney and Dee Dee Wat-
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The Future Homemakers of America are, ROW ONE:
Marilyn Uesugi, secretary, Sandra Bomersback. treasurer
and Helen Hayes. ROW TWO: Joanne Hale, Gloria Van
Schmitton, social chairman, Frances Slaughter, presidentg
Miss Reynolds and Nancy Weeden. ROW THREE: Linda
Porter and Carol South,
Keeping in mind
With the conscientious assistance of Mrs. Alice Reichert
sponsor, the Junior Red Cross has helped in school drives,
and has been responsible for much social work. The
community welfare-minded students who were in this club
are, ROW ONE: Maureen Wheeler, Diane Oriani, Micaela
Sena, Virginia Brown and Rosemary Bunn, Vice President,
ROW TWO: Mrs. Reichert, Micha Uranga and Nancy
A school service club made up of boys in the 'lOth
through 12th grades, Hi-Y is responsible for the order
of the school parking lot at noon and after school. Mr,
L. Haley sponsors this group of boys and coordinates
their activities and assists them "on duty." Members are,
ROW ONE: Mickey Valencia, Mike Pinder, Bob Dool and
Bob Lugo. ROW TWO: Bob Carter, Roy Leonard, Bob
Bird and Karl Ayres ROW THREE: Mr. L. Haley, sponsor:
Mike Gibbons, Bill Sandusky, President and Dave Bankard
ROW FOUR: Ray Burleson, Vice President: Jerry Terry
and Mike York.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Doug Penny, the Literary
Club does advanced work on Modern Literature as well
as English Literature, and works for overall improvement
of reading, during the lunch hour. Members of this
devoted club are, ROW ONE: Irene Elden, Gloria Thorpe,
Carol Van Dine and Karen Starbird. ROW TWO: John
McComb Ann Minnig, Frank Boardman, Arlene Naka-
watase and Judy Lewis, ROW THREE: Ellen Stanton
Wendy Webb, Kathy Holden, Pat Conner, Glenda White
Judy Gould, Valerie Simes. ROW FOUR: Mr. Penny, Steve
Barrugor, Dennis Madden, Helen Peel and Diana Root,
of foreign neighbors
The French Club led by Mr, Palumbo has done
work both in rendering encouragement to
language students and assisting in National
Language Week. Participants are, ROW ONE: J.
Hutcheson, D. Evans, V, Kincaide, K. Holden,
I. Elden, W. Webb, A. Minnig, J. Fernandez
and B. Bremer. ROW TWO: G. Giacomi, T.
Atkins, D. Slagg, C. White, N, Gibb, J. Lewin
and D. Shultz. ROW THREE: J. Russell, A. Lee,
J. Bishop, F. Mayberry, J. Cook, K. Reap, A.
Friedrichs, C. Van Dine and Mr. Palumbo.
Math Club, sponsored by Mrs. Delores Bright
is an outstanding club and works for the better-
ment of those who are interested in learnizzg
additional mathematics, through academic and
physical application. This club has been re-
sponsible for contests and many field trips
such as the Mathicatics Association of America
contest. Members are, ROW ONE: P. Pyeatte, I.
Tombach, J. Patton, President: J. Shelly, Vice
Presidentg D. Carmichael, J. Wagenseil and Mrs.
Bright. ROW TWO: C. O'Brien, D. Ewing, L,
Carmichael, J. Lewis, J. Moffatt, J. Plimmer, D.
Lindstrom, C. Culbertson, E. Truitt, J. Hallick, M.
Chamberlain, L. Neidengard and G, York. ROW
THREE: K. Hannsgen. R. Bauer, K. Blenkhorn,
S. Moore, A. Nakawarase. N. Newnes, S. Nelson,
R. Brady, J. Thomas, J. Spencely, K. Josephson,
N. Nauert, J. Usui and C. Stout. ROW FOUR:
S. Forest, V, Caponetto, D. Root, M. Drown, S.
Huntley, P. Michaelis, G. Collins, D. Bone, S.
Jacks and P. Osterlind. ROW FlVE: J, Weaver,
L. Culbertson, J. Ost, M. Possell, R. Owens, S.
Reynolds, W. Scott and D. Courtney.
For the music-loving members of the campus, we
are gifted with Miss Sturdy and her dedicated
work as sponsor of the Philharmonic Club.
This club has supported fine music on campus
and trips to the Philharmonic Auditorium in
addition to bestowing a great deal of culture
on us all, Members of this cultural improvement
group are, ROW ONE: L. Carmichael, J, Hallick,
M. Chamberlain, S. Moore, J French, V Baker,
K. Livingston and K. Josephson. ROW TWO: G.
Thorpe, S. Forest, A. Friedrichs, Miss Sturdy, G.
Kopecky, C. Grohs, J. Zacher and B. Freiwald.
ROW THREE' P. Molek, R. Owens, D. Ross, L.
Miller, C. Gillette and C. Base.
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The Latin Club members were, ROW ONE:
Babette Freiwald, Judi Spenceley, Judy Ne-
shing, Rabin Ryland, Judy Garrison, Donna
Willoughly and Mrs. Coombs. ROW TWO:
Ken Nishino, Ronda Peach, Valerie Truscott,
Donna Grammer, Peggy Bartz, Judy Hollinger,
Cindy Gillette and Steve Jelf. ROW THREE:
Diane Plant, Trudelise Dunlap, Becky Kopp,
Bonnie Briedenbach, Helen Peel, Sheri Jacks,
Joan Wagonseil and Dave Carmichael.
Desiroue of better
The American Field Service Club members for
the year were, ROW ONE: Terry Hirano, Heidi
Heintel, Judy Lewis, Nonya Newnes, Kathy
Holden vice-presidentp Kathy Reap, president,
Wendy Webb, Vicky Kincaide and Jana Hutche-
son, ROW TWO: Bob Weeks, Pam Horn Judy
Spencely Donna Cox Joan Wagenseil Pat
Pyeotte Mary Ann Baird Diane Slagg and
Anita Friedrichs. ROW THREE: Jan Tremble,
Gene Key Robert Carter Roger Sundberg,
Rick Smith, Einar Sunde, Vicky Baker, Walter
Scott and Mr. Bernard.
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The Synogestic Probers, science and chemistry
enthusiasts, were, ROW ONE: Janet Pooler,
Valerie Truscott, John Plant, Dick Thompson
Nonya Newnes and Mr, Levine. ROW TWO:
Bill Lindner, vice-presidentg Noel Jacoby,
president, Rick Smith, Joan Wagenseil, Jeff
Shelly and Roy Owens.
The members of Dance Club are,
ROW ONE: Nina McDonald, Sue
Harrington, Velcla Kuykendall, Mar-
ion Sherry and Ellen Ransom. ROW
TWO: Christy Schweitzer, Robin Ry-
land, Kathy Holden, Sue Garlow,
Gloria Smith, Ellen Stanton, Sue
Chambers, .leri DuKet, Jennifer Lind-
say and Susan Westerland. ROW
THREE: Linda Weitzel, Claudia Bass,
Nancy Weeden, Sandra Adamson,
Julie Day and Julie Baughman,
Members of Science Club who learn the
important aspects of this new age are,
lsitting trontl Bill Van Camp, and lsit.
ting behind himl Gary York, Jean Scott
and Walt Scott. Sitting above them are:
Lynn Peterson, Edna Yoshii, Jan Tremble,
Joan Plimmer, Nonya Newnes, Miss Byr-
kit Diane Pierrou, Nancy Nauert, Pat
Larsen and Marth Lipchitz.
The Thespians are, ROW ONE: Mrs. Lud-
wig, Gloria Smith, Susan Marchant, Bobbie
Clarke, Ellen Stanton, Janice Cook, Toni
Perachini, Linda Saracco and Linda White.
ROW TWO: Harold Blake, Bob Malcom,
Jennifer Lindsay, Sue Chambers, Anne
Griffin. Calvin Myron, Sue Harrington and
Steve Pfennig. ROW THREE: Terry Holke-
stad, John Taylor, George Anderson, Mike
Nason, Allen Anderson, Pete Neushul, Bob
Graham, Bill Flitcroft, Tom Gayton and
Our terrific band under the leadership of Curtis Bohannon, marched
at all games and competed against many other school bands in Los
Angeles City competition. The band worked with the drill team at the
football games and has never looked so good as it has this year,
The members are identified by rows, from left to right. ROW ONE:
Jimmy Comstock, Michael Dennis, Noel Jacoby, Steve Lovas, Wilson
Carroll and John Reeder. ROW TWO: Gary English, Mary Affleck,
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Trombly, Sandy Bomersback, Marvin Cortelyou, Teddy Crawford, Nolan
Anderson and Bob Weeks. Drum major is Curtis Bohannon. ROW FOUR:
Dave Gordon, Don Beery, Reggie Sauceda, Knute Bonde and Phillip
Vaughan. ROW FIVE: Ken Sutherland, Bill Burnes, Howard Benefiel,
Gary Lewis, Dean Irwin and Robert Duran
Under the direction of Mr. Powell, our band and orchestra teacher, The Toppers Dance Band developed
into a highly skilled organization. The Toppers played for school dances, sportsnights, and at assem-
blies. They are one of the nicest things that has happened to Narbonne in a long time. The members
are, ROW ONE: Steve Lovas. ROW TWO: Terry Denley, Tom Thompson, Mr. Powell, Gary Lewis,
John Stame and Pat Heath, ROW THREE: Curtis Bohannan, Dean Irwin, Lanny Harris and Patt Connor.
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The Girls' Glee Club of Narbonne provides sweet music at all the
assemblies, al the Christmas program and at the Open House Melo-
dious-voiced members of the group are, ROW ONE: Miss Sturdy,
director, Margaret Wheeler, Mary Orazco, Jan Woodworth, Sharon
Hite, Nonya Newnes, Sue Shinkle, Pat Pyeatte Virginia Bunn
Shirley Jones, June Russell, Lynn Holtz, Sheri Bracamonte, Bernie
Akens and Pat Larsen. ROW TWO: Nancy Palica, Pat Strain, Harriet
Todd, Sandy Turner, Linda Watkins, Christy Schweitzer, Kathy Schweit-
zer, Nancy Coil, Judy Jacobellv Louray Stalmack, Elizabeth Goad,
The A Capella Choir under the masterful direction of Miss Alice Sturdy,
consists of specially selected people, who have excelled in voice
training The group has performed for the entire student body of
Narbonne and competed in competition against many other Los
Angeles High Schools with notable results, Pictured are ROW ONE:
Miss Sturdy, Sandra Adamson, Joan Rogers, Pat Wilson, Dorothy
Csizek, Geri Daniels, Carol Turpin, Carol Le Fort, Peggy Somers,
Holly Harris, Ann Crovella, Linda Pulido, Pat Pinder Sylvia Nelson
Suzanne Rosenberg and Alice Moyle ROW TWO- Marion Sherry,
Joanne Armstrong, Willamae Moses, Priscella Malek Patty Sparks,
Sandy Mortenson, Peggy Sollerstein, Linda Bower and Mary King.
ROW THREE: Nancy Williams, Sharon Brown Phyllis Stanley, Lavaughn
Murrell, Jan Mayer, Lynn Paltridge, Nancy Dowd, Carolyn Bourossa
Diane Racek, Francis Slaughter, Sue McNally, Jean Williams, Florence
Aldrich, Carol Allen, Kay Muench and Joan Rives. ROW FOUR
Valerie Duprey, Kathy Allen, Ellen Rhodes, Janet Goldie, Sue Hall
Elaine McDaniel, Mary Belt, Margie Lee, Sally Watt, Barbara
Howard, Nancy Taylor, Betty Beaman, Barbara Bohanna, Vickie
Huggins, June Russell and Sharon Huggins,
Betty Domonoski, Fred Germain, Gary Thompson, Demi Adams, Lucy
Tuck, Linda Morris, Sharon Monroe, Janice Haberland and Sylvia
Nieto. ROW THREE: Diane Sivard Sharon Cheek, Rose Germain, Sue
Hald, Sue Chapman, Vickie Campbell, Charles Berry Lional Halling
Pat Eyl, Roberto Halloway Anita Friedricks, Sherry Church Linda
Powell, Pat Beckett and Joyce Carter. ROW FOUR. Glen Kubo, Robert
Clements Ronnie Rogers, Bob Wolf, Lanny Harris, Roy Leonard, Glen
Tutterrow, George Sands Bob Carpenter, Gerald Ouimette Andy
Benfer, Ronnie Rogers, Tam Pence Dave Wright and Dave Chapman.
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Taking over the numerous activities of the
Madrigal Choir during the second semester
are, ROW ONE: Nita Bourland, Pat Pinder,
Bonnie Kail, Sylvia Nelson, Calvin Myron,
Angela Kiichli, Judy Balcom, Robin Ryland and
Pat Anderson. ROW TWO: Valerie Hyde. Maro-
lyn Miller, Sue Marchant, Roberta Galloway,
Amber lnman, Kathy White, Carolyn White,
Dave Wright and Miss Sturdy. ROW THREE:
Steve Wolf, Don Swanson, Bob Malcolm, Joel
Bodermann, Lionel Halling, Sid Allhouse, Alan
Benfer, Jerry Croskrey and Gary Thompson.
Under the helpful supervision ot Miss Alice Sturdy, the Spring Semes-
ter A Capella Choir made several aopearances. The members are.
ROW ONE: Saundra Lolley, Ellen Micon, Sharon Cummins, Shelly
Maurice, Vicki Baker. Gloria Smith, Diane Omohundro, Ellen Stanton,
Jayne Rowe, Rusty DeRusha, Joan Rogers, Nonya Newnes, Marcy
Hendel, Donna Turpin, Lynn Carmichael Sandra Turner and Eleanor
Truitt. ROW TWO: Bill Pence. Ray Owens. Judy Williams, Florence
Aldrich, Gary Thompson, Jeannie Carter, Ken Nishino, Jerry Mertz,
Jimmy Williams, Holly Harris, John McComb, Sharon Hite, Jim Wil-
Members of the fall semester of Madrigal
took part in entertaining many groups at
school and at community events. These
members were, ROW ONE: Miss Sturdy,
Sue Martin, Judy Balcom, Susann Wester-
lund, Gae Flagg, Barbara Ashton, Carolyn
White and Kathy White. ROW TWO: An-
gela Kiichli, Marilyn Miller, Valerie Hyde,
Amber lnman, Pat Anderson and Robin
Ryland. ROW THREE: George Mackay, Bill
Sellers, Calvin Myron, Joel Bodermann, Pat
Sandovel, Ed Betz and Jerry Croskrey.
liams, Janet Cooke, John Eakin, Marnye Davis and Miss Sturdy ROW
THREE: Ron Rogers, Barbara Howard, Sue Hald, Jon Kohner, Vicki
Campbell, Patty Sparks, Priscilla Molek, Jan Mayer, Barbara Wood,
Bob Shaw, Coren Weekley, Anita Friedrichs, James Cross, Molly
Lewis, Tobert Lacy, Ken McNees and Tom Jones. ROW FIVE: Lance
Harris Dennis Howry, Arthur Disterheft, Roger Sundberg, Jerry Terry,
Dick Moose, Glenn Tutterow, Ron Furgason, Mike Gibbons, Don Turner,
Bill Myer Lional Halling, Tom Thompson, Eric Kongs, Bill Sandusky
and Dove DeWese
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The Drull Team s offucers were Valerue Truscott Ann Vurgadano and Kathy Whute
These three gurls dud a wonderful 'ob of keepung the Drull Team runnung smoothly
and were also responsuble for many of the drulls the team dud
The Drull Team composed of one hundred beautuful
gurls marched at all of our home games These gurls
spent many hours perfectung these drulls that often as
not they had worked out themselves The gurls would
work for over a week on one set of drulls uust so they
could guve the rest of the student body a few munutes
entertaunment at half tume Lets all hope that next year
we can have a Drull Team equal to thus one for they
were really terrufucll
In step after a tiring ten munuets
The Green and Gold pompoms of Narbonne marched proudly forth at all home
football games thus season carrued by Dem: Adams Bernuce Akens Jannune A
puttle Betty Bauley Sherry Banks Vurgunua Bernard Pat Bench Krus Bernsten Sally
Bevan Natalue Booth Carol Bundy Roberta Bynaclm Marnell Cox Kathy Culbertson
Bonnue Demerath Duane Evans Paulune Flunt Joanne Forest Judy Freeman
Lyndell Garruson Harruet Gunasosus Nancy Gubb Duane Gulgren Janet Gumenez
Anne G uffun Jull Gunder Sue Hall Januce Hamaska Marcy Hendel Holly Hure
Anne Vrrgadamo Judy Meyers Sharon Hute Jana Hutchson Grace lsubashu
Susanna Jackman Pot Jenkuns Maruan Kaleta Laura Kauffman Karen Kemper
Barbara Kendall Tetsuko Kumura Angelua Kuuchlu Carole Kurk Morgue Kurk Frae
Krausgull 'unda Lee Carol Le Fort Karen Lewus Molly Lewus Sharon Lewus Shelly
Mauruce Kathleen McAlluster Garnel McBrude Duane McCune Edna McDanuel Lunda
Mead Pam Muchales Ellen Mucon Judy Muller Anne Munnug Donna Nance Judy
Nuchols Penny Pasco Janut Pooler Maruorue Pooler Natalue Prescott Joanne Reed
Ruta Rondeau Kathy Rudge Carolyn Schreyer Frances Slaughter Peg Sellars
Kaye Smrttle Phylus Stanley Mcurrlyn Swanson Judy Thomas Maureen Thornton
Trump Noel Toombs Natalue Truscott Valerue Truscott Marulyn Usuu Muc a
Uranga Susan Van Camp Maureen Wheeler Carolyn Whute Kathy Whute Barbara
Wood Jenny Harvey and Lunda Muller
A new club on campus, this
semester, the Chess Club has o
great turn out and put in many
enioyable lunch hours learning
new strategic moves in their
games. Members ore, ROW
ONE: Douglas Bauer, James
Copeland, Owen Goodman,
Wesley Davis, Victor Heiner,
Bob Blaclcbourn, Ray Prince,
Jeff Shelly, Bill Moxey, Tom
Wilkerson and Tim Mortinsen,
ROW TWO: Ken Nishino, Rob-
ert Kalstrom, Dennis Vazanion,
Duane Plont, Larry Peterson,
Bruce Peterson, Dennis Shonelec
and John Acord. ROW THREE:
Wayne Fischer, Jim Rogers,
George Anderson, Rick Smith,
Phillip Baumgartner, Tim Wanke,
larry Barnum, Robert Rennie,
Alon Phillips and Barry Binge.
Seated in front are John Mc-
Comb, Bill Von Camp and Terry
Introducing Cultu ral Activities
Members of Science Club are seen here os they plant the tree which they gave to the school. They
are Judy Gould, Pom Horn, Judy Scott, Bill Van Comp, Mr. Clentzos, Miss Byrkit, Mrs. Price and Mr,
Members of Photography Club learn
the different uses of camera, the
value of certain angles 'ond many
other important factors necessary to
the semi-pro photographer.
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Winter sports were made more exciting by the presence
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spirit didn't event vanish, but stayed right with them
through every school day. The songleaders labovel
were Gerry Daniels, Robin Ryland, Renee Rogers, Mar-
gie Gray and Alice Moyle. The cheerleaders were,
Chris Maier, Mike Walker, Alan Cobham and Dave
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so Gaucho cheerleaders changed too. The new cheer-
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hands yell even when things are the darkest and that's
what is important. The spring cheerleaders are Chris
Maier, Mike Walker and Bruce Smith with sponsor
Darrell Jung. The new songleaders were lbelowl
Margie Gray, Robin Ryland and Marion Beadling.
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Dick Myers lNo. 40l struggles for a gain as Glenn Kubo lNo. 24l and Ray Burleson lNo. 33l rush to his
aid. The Gouchos went on to win league opener by beating Jordan 12-6.
Although Narbonne has had
teams with better win-loss rec-
ords, rarely have the Gauchos
fielded a group of ball players
as for the '58 season. The Gau-
chos fought hard and vigorously
every game, never sacrificing their
respect for good sportsmanship.
After defeating South Gate for
the first time in nine years in the
Milk Bowl game, Gaucho hopes
ran high towards capturing the
Marine League trophy. Hopes
were slightly dimmed previously
when Huntington Park managed
to tally up 21 points to our l2 in
the second practice game.
Varsity Backs are, ROW ONE: Don Kelly, Jim Williams, Bill Cumiford, Mike York, Gabriel Ramirez
and Roy Prince. ROW TWO: Dick Enroth, John Schmidt, Dan Chambers, Bob De Walt, Paul Meyers and
Val Munoz. ROW THREE: Dick Powell, Jim Kunkle, Bill Meyer, Roy Leonard and Jim Fenton, UPPER
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Gary Davis, ROW TWO Bob Crowder Bull Cobbs Bob Nickels Ron Cook Bob Graham and Ken
Peddington. ROW THREE Don Dowell Walt Prrbll Bob Junlund Walter Ruchards Mickey Valencla and
Mike Miller. UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER Sud Allshouse team manager
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The ranch hands fnrst league
contest resulted In a decusrve vnc
tory for Gaucho grldders over a
very hnghly rated Jordan squad
The second game wuth San Pedro
has been named by many as the
roughest and hardest fought
game ever seen In the Marine
League After several unlurues and
many heart breaknng plays Pedro
me o t on top wrth l3 O
next game N H Sers were thor
oughly beaten by the tore comung
Cnty champrons Bannung 20 O
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feated Gardena leavnng Nar
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hr , a milestone in Narbonnes athletic history.
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boys turned out to try for places on the
squad. This figure far exceeding any pre-
Fi,-is vious record. Due to the fact that only
17 about five per cent of these were returning
from last year, Coaches Elmer Dougles and
Walt Kuns had a rough iob cut out for
them. Trying to develop a group of boys
that didnt know much more about foot-
ball than its shape, into a smoothly run'
ning team is no easy task. But develop
they did, finishing the season in a tie for
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Head Bee football coach Elmer Dougles shows his versatility, also being the Jr. Varsity
baseball coach. Well known for his unique personality, the Coach seems to have a
way with his boys. He stresses desire and determination as the key points of any
ROW 'lz Bee Footballers are, Greg Sease, Howard Luyt, John Standish, Kent Waller, Tudor Blum, James
Davis, Robert Holman, Wayne Mathews, Dick Fairbanks, Eddie Ferrante and Tom Taylor, ROW 2:
Coach Kuns, David Hawks, Dan Tregarthen, Richard Crane, Marvin Courtelyou, John Casey, Charles,
Cunnigan, James Frazier, Walter Clark, Terry Reed, Gary Rickard, Tony Quadres, Tom Hobbs, Eddie
Storti, Allen Kays, Steve Albackton and Coach Douglas. ROW 3: Karl Nellstrom, Lindon Wittimore, Mike
McHatton, Ken Cummings, Edward Richards, Jim Brown, Mike Smith, Larry Jack, Mickey Cheek, Randy
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on the Marine League "B" All-Stars leam. Cliff Thomas was known lhroughoul the league Cl fs
loughesf backfield man, and was acknowledged as same when he was named co-player of the year
Johnson, Bob Blomer, Mark Winsryg, David Grubs, Dave Carmichael, John Kennedy, Stan Swafford,
Bernia Sanli, Dennis Sellers, Jim Phillips and Tom Jones. ROW 4: LaMar Edwards, Roberl Davila, Sieve
Nofhern, James Cunnigan, Benny Slewarf, Tom Brannon, Kenny Harkias, Bud Trevathan, Rudy Salas,
Bren! Walfon, Mike Sfevenson, Cecil Marlinez, Rick Nelson, Tom Couller, Allan Lilflefield, Ken Freiss,
Richard Neprud, Don Pool, Mike Murakami and Clifford Thomas.
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11. Narbonne 58. .. ., Banning
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13. Narbonne 44 ....... Lutheran
Narbonne 52 ...,,.,.. South Gate
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Eddie Perales labovel slips in for a quick lay
up as surprised Fremont defenders helplessly look
on. Gaucho Hoopsters preparing for the rebound
are, on the far left, John Marincovich, to the far
right, Mike Findley, the near right, Robert Stephens,
and in the center, efficiently executing a screen
play, John Gregerson.
On the left are Narbonne's victorious Bee Stars.
This year, under the able guidance of Coach Leo
Probert, the Gaucho Jr. Hoopsters dribbled to an
undisputed position as League Champs, thus match-
ing the goal of their peers, the Varsity Squad.
From the lower left corner, moving clockwise, they
are, Dave Freeman, Gary Becktold, Wilbur Fuku-
saki, Kenny Elsworth, Bob Hoppis 8. Jimmy O'Hara.
Junior Varsity Basketball mem-
bers were, ROW ONE: Bob Cle-
ments, Pat Godfrey, Jim Ruby,
Gary Gracomi, Chuck O'Brien,
Roland Bower, Doug Harvie.
ROW TWO: .lim McCampbell,
Bill Halverson, Bill Rozich, Mike
Walker, Ronny Cole, Mike
Crane, Glade Cookus, Coach
The "C" Basketball team mem-
bers were, ROW ONE: Coach
Leo Probert Clifford Grey, Jerry
Harpar David Wagner Gary
Hansen Jim Walsh Jack Gin-
der, ROW TWO: Jim Lohman,
Clifton Tanaka Dick McLachlin
Richard Pearcy Dave Stewart
Gregg Cramrn, Gary York, Den-
The "B" Basketball team mem-
bers were, ROW ONE. Coach
Leo Probert, Mike Brown, Rich-
ard Ryel, Bob Hoppar, Gary
Becktold, Jimmy O'Hara Dave
Freeman. ROW TWO: David
Findley, Dennis Harbine, Ken
Ellsworth, Troy Hollinger Bob
Taylor, Wilbur Fukuzaki Jack
Ginder, Dennis Guerin.
Members of Varsuty Track and Fueld are ROW ONE Rach Carrie Bull
Meyer Bob Garrabrant Tom Thompson Ken Freeman and John Everett
ROW TWO Jlm Wllllclms Troy Hollinger Jlm Frazer Chester Allen Henry
Moraga Dave Blackbourn Ray Burleson Gabriel Ramurez and Coach
Dossey ROW THREE Make York Rrchard Schrllrng Don Mltchell Dave
ln the photo on the left Coach Bob Dossy
checks the time on one of has boys as he goes unto
the third lap of the l32O yard run Thus year Nor
bonne fielded one of the most promlslng track
teams rn nts hrstory Spearheadrng the attack were
three shot puters over 50 feet these bemg Bob
Garrabrant Tom Thompson and Ray Burleson Ther
there was Henry Moraga the fastest mller un the
crty to date thus year Other boys that turned nr
starung performances were Make York ID the hun
dred yard dash Dave Bankard In the low anc
hugh hurdles Jimmy Wulluams an the 220 Chorale
Shoemaker nn the 440 Bob Bird ln the 880 and
Loure Coral un the Cee 1320 After wmnmg all
theur practice meets and their furst league meet the
Gauchos met Jordan Hugh Both schools had rec
ords of l wm wnth no losses Durlng the week
before the crucual meet on epldemsc of the flu
hut the Narbonne squad taking many top athletes
out of the contest The result was a loss Not
letting this drag them down the team went on to
capture the rest of thenr league meets leavung
them nn second place
Dunlap Ron Cook John Schmrdt Darryl Walker and George Mrtchell
ROW FOUR John Joy Speed Wilcox Mackey McCullah Ralph Goldner
Art Graves Bob Brrd Bull Brown and Roy Leonard ROW FIVE Gilbert
Salas Ted Martrzra Ray Prince Dave McCue .lam Kunkle Dave Bankard
and Alvm Galbreath
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8", also ran the hurdles for the Gaucho team.
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hundred yard dash Mikeis best time in this event was 9.8. which
third fastest in the league.
Big Tom Thompson who has thrown the shot put 54 l0",
was a great asset to Narbonne's track team this year.
Henry lFireballl Maraga comes running into the finish
ofthe mile. Henry's best time for the mile was 4:30:l.
which, incidently, is the best time in the Marine League.
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Speedy Jim Williams comes across the finish line in the
220 with his trade mark showing lthe open mouthl.
His best time in the 220 was 22.2.
The B track team this year was composed
Terry Reed .llm Cunningham Pete Mendoza
mrngs Phll Astrada and John Qumtrza ROW
Barnan Mlke Pollng Tudor Blum Bob Dunn
Don Tupton Tom Constable Howard Luyt and
of ROW ONE Jack Rubuo
Steve Fernandez Ron Cum
TWO Jess Gutlerrez Larry
Jerry Ranlm Bob Holman
Malor Parker ROW THREE
The C track team members were ROW ONE Louie Corral David Dennis
Doug Friend Len Clark Tum lsom and Joe Saeylz ROW TWO Larry
Maldendade Tum Warner John Jones Rrchard Craig Dave Germain and
Rudy Salas Ben Stewart Steve Goodw Dave Carmarhrel Jrm Hackerson
Terry Schmoker Tom Helnrlch and Bob Brocket ROW FOUR Jrm Phllllps
Mark Wmsryg Lee Nerdenguard John Oast Ray Chrlton Bob Bloomer
El: Adams Ron Chase Larry Peterson and Harry Theobald
Ken Harklass ROW THREE Gary Beck Dave Brewster John Bishop Jack
Hayes Ron Wada and Mrke Mrtoma
The Cross-country team members were, ROW ONE: L. Barnum, V. Alford,
S. lto, D. Friend, D. Bunch, J. Croskrey and G. Mitchell. ROW TWO: P,
Mendez, B. Scott, L. Cross, D. Robinson, A. Galbreath, D. Mitchell, Curt
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Cummings, Shoemaker are in the lead at the start of the Banning
meet. The Gauchos beat the Pilots in this meet, and went on to
capture the league crown.
Dave Wright pulls over a hill at the Harbor Junior College course,
closely followed by big Charles Shoemaker.
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Cummings, B. Brown, C. Shoemaker, C. Pavlu, J. Ranum, C. Allen, D. Wright
and Coach Dossy.
The Varsity Cross Country team under the able leader-
ship of Coach Bob Dossey, took The Marine League Cham-
pionship and went on to take second in the city.
Bill Brown and Charles Shoemaker were the one-two
punch on the team, they were backed up by such per-
formers os Ron Cummings, Dave Wright, Charles Pavlu,
Jerry Ranum and Chester Allen.
Varsity Marine League Cross-country Champs of Narbonne are, ROW ONE: Louie
Corral, Dave Wright, Chester Allen and Jerry Ranum. ROW TWO: Ron Cummings,
Bill Brown, Coach Dossey, Charles Shoemaker and Charles Pavlu.
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Glade Cookus .lrm 0 Hara Dennns Howry Glenn Sutow and Coach Phll Asst Manager Cllfford Thomas Eddie Ferales Don Swanson Ken Ells
Strenberg ROW TWO Allan Kaye Calvm Myron Charles Shoemaker worth Charles Cunnxgan Sld Allhouse Asst Manager
The Gauchos nlne this year were under the leadershlp of Coach
Phil Steinberg Wuth such outstanding players as Don Swanson,
Glade Cookus llm OHara and Ken Ellsworth The team IS plan
ning to do well rn the league Banning last years champion, rs
expected to capture the crown agaun thus year However the
Gaucho nine will be In there trylng all the way
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game The Gauchos won the game by a close score of 5 4 IH the tenth
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Varsity Baseball are an ROW ONE Pat Nleto
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ONE: Dan Treagarten, Tom Hobbs,
John Plant, Chris Maier, Ken Friess,
Dennis Schanelac and Greg Sease,
TWO: Harold Blake, Gary
Knapp, Ron Rogers, Keith Edwards,
Mitchell, Richie Richards and
Mike O'Neill: ROW THREE: Bob Jun-
Curt Manning, Pete Neushal,
Anderson, Neal Hudson, and
Jerry Pearson: ROW FOUR, Jim Fen-
ton, Tim Tuthill, John Stewart, Chris
Berry and Lenny Whitemore.
The "B" Swim Team are, ROW ONE:
Jim Cross, Gary Goodwin, Brian
Lucas, Doug Owings, Gary Bower
and Tim Martinsen: ROW TWO: Jeff
Waters, Dick McLaughlin, Bob Taylor,
Dick Fairbanks, and Elbert Backus.
This year Narbonne's Varsity
Swim team made an excellent show-
ing. With such outstanding perform-
ers as Pete Neushal and Ron Rogers
in the sprint and Keith Edwards and
Ron Hanson diving. Coach Wayne
Sloss did an admirable iob with the
team this year and his success was
evidence of his work.
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Larry Reese, Jim Goodrich, Jack
Ginder and Owen Goodman: ROW
TWO: Steve Dixon, Bill Sander, Ron
Rich and David Kiefer: ROW THREE:
Richard Pearcy, Ronnie Williams,
Paul Grisso and Dave Groverman.
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had one of its largest turn
outs for the spring trials this
year on record. A total of 67
boys showed up to try for
places on the team. But in
spite of this enthusiasm a lack
of returning lettermen proved
to be a serious handicap to
the squad. The boys opened
the season with a bang by
winning all the practice
meets with ease. The first
league meet with Jordan was
Mike Walker and Pete Crutchemeyer team up to make a strong sec-
tion in the Narbonne attack, Not usually sharing the same court
they more often go into action solo in the singles matches.
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chos. Then disappointment
came when we were downed
by San -Pedro in a very close
match, 4 to 3. Still to come
was the meet with Banning,
the strongest competition.
After this expected defeat the
Gaucho rakateers will end up
in third place. Coach Leo Pro-
bert is looking forward to a
good year coming up due to
the experience gained this
Steve Burras and Jerry Croskry prepare to fight for the glory of
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Carol Doran, winter president, did an excellent
iob keeping everything running smoothly,
Carol was assisted by a very able board composed of, ROW
ONE, from left to right, Mary
Ann Hoag, Carol Doran, Marolyn Fitzhugh, ROW TWO: Lynn Welch, Dorothy Mendoza
Sylvia Nelson, Kathy Fisher, Sharon Cheek, ROW THREE: Jane
Wada, Jean Casteel, Tetsuko
Kimura, Sherrill Berger, Gloria Smith, Ellen Ransom, and Sue Chapman.
From September to February .... and then on to
One of the highlights of the yea
nually for all G.A.A. members.
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several years, kept a watchful eye over all. '
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Sylvla had the help of her very active board who were ROW ONE Dorothy Kovlch Dorothy Mendoza
Bonnie Anderson Pat Neprud Sharon Cummins Sylvia Nelson Jean Castle Kayomi Hanaoka Margie
Grey and Kay Muench ROW TWO Sue Garlow Eleanor Truitt Janet Cooke Diane Adams Valerie
Hyde Carol Allen Sandra Adamson Ellen Ransom Gloria Smith and Sue Hald
Sylvia Nelson, summer president, made the
spring semester hum with many extra activities.
Senior Members were ROW ONE Eleanor Trultt Carol Davis Merrill Mince Diane Sivard, Sue Hold,
Pat Pmder Marilyn Sant: Jean Castle and Jane Wada ROW TWO Sharon Brown, Lina Gardner,
Dorothy Mendoza Sylvia Nelson Ellen Ransom Carol Doran and Sharon Cummins. ROW THREE: Janet
J ' Cooke Marolyn Fitzhugh Sherrill Berger Gloria Smith Jean Casteel Mary Ann Hoag, Betty Domonoske,
U n e Sue Chapman Joanne Forest Jenny Harvey and Alice Moyle
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Smith, Judy Scott, Sue Garlow, Judy Day, Donna Grammar, Janet
Schramm and Dorothy Kovich. ROW TWO: Cathy Schweitzer, Janet
Mayer, Christy Schweitzer, Florence Aldrich, Kristine Berntsen, Sue
Harrington, Ruth Brady, Pat Neprud, Bernice Akens, Kathy Fisher,
Girls took part in ....
Nonya Newnes shows how to be-
gin a correct serve to the many
girls who turned out for the fall
Archery tennis season.
Lynn Welch and Diane Adams. ROW THREE: Tetsuo Kimuro, Lynn
Welch, Joanne Armstrong, Peggy Sollors, Lyndal Garrison, Janice
Takahashi, Sally Gordon, Milly Dryer, Ruth Brady, Terry Reese and
Hockey, often thought to be one of the roughest sports offered to girls, is enioyed by all. Here the girls,
all decked out in shin-guards, etc., prepared to start practice,
, lt looks as if there's one too
many bats in the oct, but I
think the pitcher can handle it.
,- Softball is undoubtedly the fa-
X vorite of all the sports offered
in G.A.A, during the whole
Volleyball rs a sport that many
I urs can partlclpate
many do lt IS one of the most
versatile and engoyable sports
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A few of the more darrng members spend many
pleasant hours pursuing the art of modern dancing
Thus sport takes extreme muscle control an a
certain amount of rhythmrc abrllty
many of thelr favorite spots'
Sophomore members were ROW ONE Nancy Nuert Susan Llndsay Stanovrch and Beverly Wada ROW THREE Nancy Owen Tom: Tado
Duane Root Mary Robmett Lmda Yeakle Maureen Thornton Natalle Shnrley McCullough Donna Mrllrgan Beverly Graham Marsha Jacob
Booth Aluce Goverman Ada Jo Lowery and Pat Jenkms ROW TWO son Vlrgrma Purgason Carolyn Schreyer Hedu Takahashl and Janey
Kathy Kanawyer Judy Truelsen Kathy Clubertson Vrrgmra Bunn Moffat
Trula Robmson Joyce Ducks Joan Edwards Gma Colluer Mary
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Donna Grammer demonstrated
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Sharon Cheek was named the outstandung GAA gurl for the year by
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have been found
and she won
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school every day Wlfl'1DU' fall are ROW ONE Mr Growdon Mr Sheehan
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Ever sfruvmg to preserve the beauhful school and mcnnlaun nts wonderful grounds are these fine people
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24303 Narbonne Ave Lomlta Callf
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24411 Narbonne Ave
Phone DA 6 4738
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2339 Poclflc Coast Hwy
Phone DA 6 2777 Lomlfc Cvllf
Featurnzg the Fmesf Foods at the Lou est Przces
1709 West Paclflc Coast Hlghway
DA 6 0318
2156 Paclflc Coast Highway
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MAYFLOWER MOBILE HOMES KENSKILL
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DAvenport 6 2200
1932 Pacuflc Coast Hwy
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RADIO 8. TV SERVICE
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24112 Narbonne Avenue I-Omlla CClIIf0fI1lG
Moderne Beauty Salon
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2153 Lomlta Boulevard
Lomlta Callf DAvenport 6 7347
Sulclall 8 Burns Chevron Service
31 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Phone DA 6 5726
24109 Narbonne Ave Lomlta
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