Nathaniel Narbonne High School - El Eco Yearbook (Harbor City, CA)
- Class of 1960
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Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1960 volume:
YEARS OF EDUCATION
1960 EL ECO
NARBONNE HIGH SCHOOL
HARBOR CITY, CALIFORNIA
JANET SCHRAMM-Assf. Editor
CHUCK O'BRIEN-Sports Editor
KARLA BLENKHORN-Girls Sporfs
JILL GINDER-Literary Editor
MIKE STEVENSON--Business Manager
MR. H. SCHAEFER--Photography Advisor
MR. F. J. LAWLCR-Staff Advisor
PUBLISHED BY THE
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY
Hello, I'm Gertrude, your
official El Eco Guide
The present Narbonne High School first existed
in the form of a two-room wooden building called
Lomita Elementary and taught by Miss Coombs.
In 1920, Mrs. Griften took the reins. 1922 saw the
first issue of the annual. The move to the new
campus on Walnut Avenue came in 1925, and the
name "Gauchos" in 1928. Mr. John L. Abbott
brought with him an increasing awareness of world
affairs, when he came to Narbonne in 1939. Though
Mr. Robert Kelly was with us one year only, he
gained the respect and love of every student and
teacher on campus.
Clementma de Forest Gritten
1920 to 1938
Mr Robert Kelly
1942 to 1943
Mr Johnl Abbott
1939 to 1942
Mr. Earl Barnett
1950 to 1955
During his seven year stay, Mr. Lyon became
known as the gentleman, scholar and gentle hu-
morist that he is. His foresight and subtly guiding
hand steered Narbonne through the war yegrg.
Mr. Barnett was the father of the new school.
His dreams and hopes eventually crystalized into
the beautiful new campus we now have. When Mr.
Morey came in 1955, our school was in an era of
change. Plans and dreams were emerging into
reality. Under his wise leadership and willingness to
do anything for his school, we have come to be what
we are now.
Fifty years of education-fifty years of wise and
Mr. Cecil P. Lyon
1943 to 1950
Mr. Herbert E. Morey
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The Administrative Stat? of Narbonne High School ioins me in congratulating the
student body for its outstanding annual and its largest graduating class. The senior
class this year is nearly twice the size of the largest class ever before graduated from
Narbonne. ln three short but action-packed years you have grown from a student body
of 1533 to more than 2200 students.
In a few days we will scatter to our various vacation destinations. We hope that you
will have ci safe and happy vacation and return to your school in the 'Fall with renewed
enthusiasm for the coming school year.
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The past year has been filled with many
activities-dances, football games, assemblies
and sports' nites-much fun-sport's rallies,
Gaucho Day, Girls' Atheletic Association, and
Luggage Day-and lots of homework. Behind
the scenes are our ever-present, hard-working
and talented administration, Mr. Herbert
Morey, Mrs. Evelyn Price and Mr, Mike Marien-
thal. They are ably assisted by: Mrs. Helen
Berger, head counselor, Mr. Gerald Horn,
registrar, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Teitz, librarian,
Mrs, Marie Lowe, school nurse, Dr. Margaret
Wright, girls' doctor, and Mrs. Jean Horvath,
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Pictured above are: Dr. Margaret Wright,
Mrs. Helen Berger, Mrs. Marie Lowe, and
Mrs. Evelyn Price.
To the Iett are: Mrs. Johnnie Moe Teitz,
Mrs. Jean Horvath, Mr. Mike Marienthal,
and Mr, Gerald Horn.
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This department has been very busy making posters
for the many activities at Narbonne, taking pictures for
the newspaper and annual, and doing many other odd
iobs which involve art work.
The teachers included in this department are: Mr. Blinn,
Mrs. Martin, Mr. Cost, and Mr. Schaefer.
Faculty Pos s
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The Business department is one department that
Narbonne depends on greatly. lts members do typing
I-M for the teachers and administrators and mimeograph and
duplicate different things for many of the people who
request it-even when they are rushed to do it.
Shown to the left are: ROW ONE, Miss Conway, Mrs.
Stoddard, Miss L. Richardson, Mrs. Lee. ROW TWOg Mr.
Weber, Mr. S. Moore, and Mr Chow.
With the help of the Drivers' Education Department, Narbonne's
students are gaining a better knowledge of safety on the road and
the complicated workings of an automobile. Some students are also
being taught behind the wheel driving.
Shown to the right are: Mr, Steinberg, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Probert.
The English department has spon-
sored activities and contests this year
involving varied English fields. Nar-
bonne students who have competed
in these contest have showed good
results. One thing that this depart-
ment sponsored, which was success-
ful in the students eyes, was the new
This department includes: ROW
ONE, Miss McCoy, Mrs. Ludwig, Mrs.
Muir, Mrs. Olsen, Miss Allbright, Miss
Chase, Mr. Manley, Miss Lancaster,
Mr. Domancich, Mr. Rowlette, and Mr.
Sugimoto. ROW TWO, Col. Randall,
Mr. Penny, and Mr. Lawlor.
Camera shy is Mrs. Knight.
The Homernaking department sponsors the Future Homemakers of
America It teaches the girls of Narbonne how to become better
housewives Each year a senior girl is chosen by this department
for the Betty Crocker Award This year Jams Hamasaka received
Shown to the left are: Mrs. lbata, Mrs. Osterlind, Mrs. Battaglia,
and Mrs. Reisner.
The Industrial Arts Department
This department has worked hard to fulfill the many requests of different
people at Narbonne. One thing that they have done was to put out the
newspaper each week. This alone was a large iob. There were also other
iobs which the department did when they were asked to do them.
Shown here are: ROW ONE, Mr. Shumway, Mr. Clark, Mr. DeVries and Mr.
Zook. ROW TWO, Mr. Cook, Mr. Berry, Mr. Powell, and Mr. Moore.
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The Language Department
The Language Department spreads understanding and culture of foreign
countries by teaching the languages and literature of these countries. This
year students from some of the foreign language classes competed in the
Foreign Language Field Day. One of Narbonne's students won third place.
Shown above are: ROW ONE, Mrs. Shurman, and Mrs. Coombs. ROW TWO,
Mr. Day, Mrs. Castaneda, Mr. Palumbo, and Mr. Parent.
MlSS STURDY AND MR. POWELL
These two teachers have worked diligently to organize musical programs
which would benefit the students of Narbonne. One of the many proiects
was the Operetta. This was a great success. Miss Sturdy and Mr. Powell
also helped with the talent show, by inspiring and tutoring students with
their musical abilities.
This department has sponsored many extra-curricu-
lar activities for the girls in Narbonne. Among them
are Dance Club, Lettergirls, G.A.A., and Drill Team.
All of these activities help to promote a better
relationship between the girls at Narbanne.
Shown here are: Miss Powell, Miss Ansite, Miss
Richardson, Miss Herwig, and Miss Walker.
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The Boy's Physical Education teachers have put in a great deal
of time in organizing and sponsoring Narbonne's athletic teams.
Their efforts have been rewarding to the school because the
Basketball team earned second place in the Marine League, and
Louie Corral, a cross-country and and track star was invited to run
the torch part of the way in the Olympic procession. The other
teams have also done well in their varied programs.
This department includes: ROW ONE, Mr. Wells, Mr. Kuns, Mr.
Sloss. ROW TWO, Mr. Steinberg, Mr. Douglas, Mr. Dossey, Mr.
Grahm, and Mr. Probert.
With the help at the Math Department Narbonne has been
successful in attaining a very high mathematics standard. The
teachers have coached, helped, and encouraged students in their
moth studies so that they will do well in the many contests each
To the left are: Mr. Brown, Mr, Bergman, Mr. Haley, Mr. Cook,
Miss Kelly, and Mrs. Bright.
This department has put a great deal of effort into teaching
the students about a few of the many sciences. To help promote
the students' learning they have sponsored the Science Fair,
Synergestic Probers, and the Science Club.
The department includes: ROW ONE, Mr. Cobbs, Miss Byrkit,
Mrs. Kongs, and Miss Reynolds. ROW TWO: Mr. Stanley, Mr.
Brown, Mr. Taras, Mr. Emus, and Mr. Levine.
Social Studies Department
The Social Studies department, this year, has introduced two
new classes. These are International Relations and o new
Senior Problems course which covers Psychology, Sociology, and
three weeks at International Relations.
Shown to the left are- ROW ONE: Mr. Mechikoft, Mrs. Mac-
Kinnon, Mrs. Hopla, Mr. Hammond, and Mr. Latas. POW TWO:
Coordinators of Student
Activities and Athletics
Mr. Jung, Coordinator of Student Acivities, and Mr, Caliguiri,
Caordiri-.tor ot Atheletics, have worked hard to provide a more
active, pleasing and interesting calendar ot events for Narbonne
above are: Kay Birdsong,
Cook, louise Gallegos,
Tillman, Merle Buxton,
Maxine Suggs, Jennie Richina,
Hilda lang, Guila Roberts, and
Dorthy Rickerts substituting tor
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Daily the cafeteria workers have
served us good food, accompanied
by cheerful smiles: the custodians
have kept our lawns green and our
buildings spotless and shining: the
clerical staff has befriended the stu-
dents and the people of the coma
munity thus cementing good relations
between the two.
Shawn to the right are: ROW ONE, Mrs.
Barnes, Miss Mills, Mrs. Bordeaux. ROW
TWO, Mrs. Ivy, Miss Cameron, Mrs. Odel-
son, Miss Hedstrom, and Mrs. Stanley.
Pictured at the left ore: ROW
ONE, Mrs. Nealy, Mrs. Brown,
Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Enre-
quez. ROW TWO,Mr. McDonald,
Mr. Harris, Mr. Ortega, Mr. Ruiz,
Mr. Moisio, and Mrs. Myers.
ROW THREE, Mr. Askins, Mr.
White, Mr, Catchins Jr., Mr.
Carlin, Mr. Allen, and Mr.
Camera shy is Mr. Smith.
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As always, Bonnie Anderson is playing
an important role in Student Body affairs
-this year as Student Body Secretary.
money, money! Janice Hamasaka
hands full of work as A.S.B.
Top men on the totem-pole this year
were Mike Walker, summer President, and
Ron Rogers, winter President. Together
they made the year 1959-60 a year of
distinction for Narbonne.
Ruth Brady is still washing the paste 'A
from under her nails and picking up scraps
of paper after her busy term as A.S.B
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even more accomplishments during her
term as A.S.B. Vice President for the
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dent Government is that of the A.S.B.
Treasurer. Bonnie Anderson handled the
iob with the enthusiasm which is her
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Aching' fingers and busy days high-
lighted Linda Miller's year as A.S.B.
Fasting, cutting, searching, and plan-
ning marked Renee Rogers' term as A,S.B.
Chosen to represent their classes
on Student Council, Pot Neprud.
Mary Stanovich, Jill Ginder, Teri
Hamilton, and Jean Sisco have
worked to make school unity
an outstanding feature at
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Chief Justice Ken Friess and Associate Justices
Steve Forrest, Teri Stalmack, and Bobbi Clarke
prosecute an offender as the winter officers of
His story must be pretty good. Chief Justice
Bobbi Clarke and Assoclate Justices, Sandy
long Angelo Knchli and Karen Tucker seem to
Bob Weeks and Bud Trevathan, Student
Directors of Athletics, did a terrific iob this
year in making all the athletic events a big
Linda Miller and Diane Adams organized
and carried out many extra Student Body activi-
ties this year during their terms as Student
Director of Social Activities.
Traffic problems are closer to a solution due
to the hard work and interest of Bob Wolf and
Bob Nichols, Student Directors of Traffic and
This can-can line up included some familiar
faces in the annual talent show.
Norbonne s two Marges Gray and Southworth were Press
dents of Student Congress
Mr Jung had thmgs well under control thus
year un Student Congress Under hrs able asslst
once the club has made many accomphshments
Sensor Student Congress members nncluded ROW ONE D Slagg M Hubbard R
Moore V Kuykendall C OBnen J Loeduge D Trombly D Onan: ROW TWO
C Gibb T Relst I Elden L Schollerman W Walner D Reams N Gibb D Grammer
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Student Congress strrves for school unuty
Class representatrves meet frequently to
discuss problems and to suggest new Ideas
submrtted to them by their classmates Stu
dent Congress Student Council and the
Admmustratron work hand In hand to make
Narbonne the best school possrble
S 0 h O m O r e S Row oNe K Tucker T Hamrlton Row Two M Bcnrd 5
Bower ROW THREE M Wunsryg B Tenney
ROW ONE G Pence T Ryland S Delvy D Attrldge B Baughman ROW TWO C
Smuth S Glusac B Thomas J Womack E Rudge J Shnrozono
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H a r d Wo r k
An example of Narbonne s faculty partlcupatlon They gave up
their valuable time to Install our new scoreboard
Proof that we do profit from hard work our electruc scoreboard stands
on the Boy s Fueld a trnbute to Narbonne s outstandnng Boy s League
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With character to match his size, Mr. Garvin
has led the Boy's League through their most
successful year to date.
Jerry Fowler, winter President, led an enthusiastic board through a terrific year. They are ROW ONE: H.
Boderman, D. Wagner, T. Kaselionis, E. Sunde, D. Carmichael, B. Dewalt, J. Fowler. ROW TWO: H. Quadres,
D. Vasnaian, M. Nason, G. Cramm, E. Jenkins, W. Clark, M. Murakami, and B. Rau.
A top honor at Narbonne is that of being chosen Football Sweetheart. This year's
queen was Marion Beadling.
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find Dave and Carol, league Presidents.
The biggest B.L. sponsored event is Gaucho Day. Decked out in their Gaucho Day
attire are B. Rau, D. Wagner, M. Nason, and D, Carmichael.
Demonstrating their capabilities, Dave Carmichael and his board led the boys of
Narbonne through a variety of activities. They are ROW ONE: D. Carmichael, S.
Forest, B. Rau, M. Murakami, E. Richards, D. Harline. ROW TWO: S. Plant, D. Wagner,
G. Cramm, L. Peterson, M. Nason, S. Wilcox, E. Sunde.
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Sandra Adamson, Mrs. Coombs, and Carol Blake were at the
top of Girls' League this year.
The Big Three
The tradition and beauty of the Girls' League
Installation was apparent this year as always.
A Parting Gift...
At each installation, the past Presi-
dent presents flowers to the new Presi-
dent. Carol Blake accepts the gift from
Sandra Adamson with the grace and
friendliness which has been the trade-
mark of all past presidents.
Demonstrating the Big and little Sister Praiect, Terry Reist
helps her "little Sister" with her locker combination.
The Girls' League has had an especially active
season this year. Their schedule has been crowded
with activities. The highlight of the winter semester
was the G. L. backward dance entitled "Harvest
Daze". Candy canes were well in evidence this year
when the board had their annual candy cane sale.
The spring semester has also been filled to
overflowing with activities. The Shamrock Ball was a
huge success as was the Cotton Day Assembly.
This past year, the Girls' League has established
a Big and Little Sister Proiect to acquaint the new
BlO's with the campus. It was a credit to the Board
this year and is well on its way to becoming a tradi-
tion at Narbonne.
Kathy White, Sandy Hunt, and Arlene Naka-
watase model the dresses they made for Nar-
bonne's annual Cotton Day Assembly, sponsored
by the Girls' League.
The summer Girls league Board smiles en
ll1USIUSllCOllY offer c semesler of hard work
and success They are ROW ONE B Bower S
Gorlow C Blake R Ryland T Rensf and Mrs
Coombs ROW TWO K Lewis V Fuull S
Hunt C' Whale K Whale A Nokawctese
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Two of the top service clubs at Narbonne are Knights and Jane Addams, Membership is open to Seniors only and they are voted on by the
Faculty and Student Body. Their duties include ushering at assemblies and providing service to their school. Mr. Marienthal is the sponsor
of Knights and Mrs. Price is the sponsor of Jane Addams. ROW ONE. E. Yoshi, P, Yuoka, B. Akens, J. Hamasalna, R. Ryland. ROW TWO: M.
Beadling, B. Anderson, P. Neprud, E. Salcido, K. Hanaoka. ROW THREE: B. Wada, D. Grammer, V. Truscott, L. Welch, A. Ndkuwuiese. ROW
FOUR: T. Kobayashi, C, Maier, B. Dewalt, B. Trevethan, P. Nieto. ROW FlVE: C. Schweitzer, J. Armstrong, L. Stalmack, C. Allen, C. Blake.
ROW SIX: S. Garlow, D. Adams, M. Stanovich, P. Mason, M. Cook, C. Schweitzer-W. Pres. ROW SEVEN: W. Fulwldki-W. PVQS., 5.
Adamson, B. Clarke, G. Thorneycroft, L. Miller, P. Lallement, M. Gray-S. Pres. ROW EIGHT: C. O'Brien-S. Pres., B. Rozich, J. Shelly, J. Casey,
R. Ryel, S. Swafiord. ROW NINE' K. Friess, J. Fowler, D. Carmichael, R. Cook, J. O'Hara. ROW TEN: Mr. Mcriertlhdl, B. JObS0rt, E. Sunde,
R, Richards, P. Godfrey, M. Walker, Mrs. Price. ROW ELEVEN: K. Cummins, R. Suminaga, B. Rau, K. McNees, 5, Wilcox. ROW TWElVE2 B.
Nichols, R, Bauer, K. Swanson, A. Cobham, C. Manning.
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The Squires Service Club is open to eleventh grade
boys and is sponsored by Mr. Cobbs. lrow 11 P. Nieto,
K. Tsuii, M. Murakami, G. Cramm, D. lenkeit, E. Rich-
ards, B. Day, J. Croskrey, H. Quadres, D. Wagner, L.
Clark. lrow 21 R. Mease, B. Turner, R. Ernest, J. Frons,
J. Everett, H. Luyt, L. Campbell, C. Grudzinskas, D.
Harline, M. Crane, P. Osterlind. lrow 31 Mr. Cobbs.
Tenth grade boys with satisfactory grades and citizen-
ship are eligible for the Barons Service Club. lrow 'l1
R. Weeks, B. dejonge, D. Yoshii, S. Plant, B. Fore, D.
Hill, R. Bulwa, E. Hall, P, Giacomi, P. Hall. lrow 21
D. Groverman, P. Martinson, C. Smith, J. Griffin, R.
Nelson, G. Gasser, S. McWhirter, W. Smith, W. Licht.
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This yeor's Key Club Presidents, Bill Rozich ond Mike Wolker
an look buck with pride on o yeor filled with activities, service
nd fun during their terms of office.
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Mr. H. Schoeler hos sponsored Key Club through
their most active yecr. Well liked for his sense of
humor, he is also highly respected by the Key Club
and the entire Student Body
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A typical Key Club meeting-all members sit on the edges of their choirs listening intently to e
words of their President.
One of Key Club's many activities is the registration of cars lor student parking. Doug Harvie, Richard
Ryel and Glenn Smith fill out the registration forms while on duty in the parking lol,
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Key Club members are proud of their organization and participate in high spirits
in their many activities. They are A. Cobham, B. Rozich, K. Friess, S. Dahlager, S.
Plant, G. Rickard, D. Harvie, M, McCarthy, D. Findley, B. Smith, J. Gutierrez, C.
Schneider, D, Wagner, T. Kobayashi, B, Halverson, B. Weeks, D. Brown, E. Hall, R.
Ryell D' Carmichael, P. HGH, GI Smnh, EI Richards' Dv Lenken. This year's Key Club queen was Teri lee Hamilton. Her Princesses were Donna
Grammer and Donna Roshu.
SENlORS ROW ONE W Wallner M Stevenson L Kopp A Stephenson D Carmnchael S Selversteln C OBrten D
Schmutz B Van Camp B Burnes B Weeks J Kunkle K Hannsgen and B Nlchols ROW TWO E Yoshu J Usul P Yuoka
L Mead J Asplttle K Blenkhorn T Perochlnl Mlnnug H Morrxs C Gbb L Peterson L Cornelius M Hcrbourn
Netsch P Bartz V Kuykendall L Stout and V Truscott ROW THREE J Schramm L Welch P Muchaelus P Mason K
Hoefs B Lohman D Root M Drown J Scott J Armmgton D Dunkln S Lovas W Scott B Gardner T Kobayashr and
F J Shelly ROW FOUR D Grammer M Gray J Thomas S Long A Nakawatase G Winkler J Halltck V Taylor B Bren
denbach D Stagg D Adams C Blake M Gose M Dum J Martln andJ Wagenseul
OFFICERS ROW ONE E Sunde R Ryland, C Mannnng J Hamaska, andL
Holden,L Netdengard,J Crouther, and C Gillette ROW THREE H Clauser,
Hongola ROW TWO K
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SPONSORS Mrs Mary Olsen and Miss Jane Kelly
JUNIORS ROW ONE D Stewart B Butler D Barrie T Mason R Chase L Peterson P Thomp
son G Cramm L Barnum andJ Ruby ROW TWO J Tremble D Bone S Barto G Collins L
Knlghlen A Griffin D Mulligan F Brookover B Turner R Ernest D Brewster and R Williams
ROW THREE J Hutcheson A Kuchli C Culbertson T Traunfelder J Evenson D Blackburn M
SOPHOMORES B Peterson D Hoshn R
Weeks B DeJonge J Roberts B Thomas M
McCauley R Bulwa J Gnllin P Ruemmler R
Stevenson and W Smith ROW TWO C Downs
Siudmak L Ol ver R RuHo J Holden
Ka au S Lewis M DeVries M Clauser L
Bedell A Reeves G Hannsgen and V McLain
ROW THREE J Jenkins T Hachiya C Adam
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Josselyn C Calvert V Fischer J Ross D Han
back and S Kaufman
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sponsor and edutors Carolee Glbb
ROW ONE P Davis D Albrmon V Slmes B Kmes and B Nnchols ROW TWO C Schreyer L Clark
D Reams C OBrien E Hull L Mutchell and T Murhnson
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Regan, T. Geier, R. Nixon, C. Miloe, G.
Cole, D. Lenkeiv, J. Greene, C. Manning,
Off to the Presses
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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Pam Horn
STAFF MEMBERS: Chuch O'Brien, Sporls Editor, Peggy Bartz, Art Editor, Mr. F. J. Lawlor, Advisor Mike
Stevenson, Business Manager and Jill Ginder, Literary Editor.
WINTER STAFF MEMBERS: Alan Cobham, Barbara
Howard, Bruce Kines and Jeanine HoHenblum.
SECTION EDITORS: JeH Shelly, Club Editor, Sandra Turner, Seniors, Karla Blenkhorn, Girls Sports
and Janet Cooper, Seniors.
Assistant Editor: Janet
The El Eco Stafl spent many busy hours working towards publication.
lrwter-Club Council ron smoothly under
'he We lwdefship of Mr. James wallen.
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Club representatives meet to discuss problems
and work to End c solution.
Inter-Club Council Presidents were Bob
Weeks and Walter Scott.
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The graceful, abstract movements of Les Sillou-
ettes express a deep knowledge of modern dance.
Under Miss Doris Richardson, these agile dancers
have performed various acts on stage.
Pictured to the right are: ROW ONE: F. Dixon, S. Delvy, J.
Hale, G. White, N, McDonald, L. Hongola, V. Kuykendall, M.
Hubbard, N. Newnes, P. Wheeler, B. King, J. Truelsen, R. Ry-
land, J. Lawrence. ROW TWO: M, King, B. Shanen, P. Chace,
J. Scott, C. White, D. Watkins, E. Haney, M. Jacobson, K.
O'Mal1oney, N. Chandler, I. Lowry, J. Day, K. Holden, B.
Akens, P. Jenkins.
The Chess Club, started in 1957
has introduced many to the fascinat-
ing game of chess. Under the advis-
orship of Mr. V. Stanley last year's
team took seventh in the l959 All
City Chess Tournament.
Pictured to the left are: ROW ONE: C.
Webber, P. Elder, V. Heiner, R. Chace, J.
Coplin, D. Vaznanian. ROW TWO: Mr. Stan-
ley, L. Barnum, J. Rogers, K. Hannsgen, B.
Van Camp, L. Peterson, J. Kunkle.
The American Field Service is one of the largest clubs on campus, having about
ninety members. The club serves three purposes: First, it promotes interest in interna-
tional affairs, second, it helps our foreign exchange students to enioy their stay in
our country, third, it aids Narbonne students to become acquainted and work with
our foreign exchange students.
During the year the club sponsors a Model United Nations Day and a United
Nations Essay contest. The members attend conferences at the various colleges in the
Los Angeles area on International Relations. Mr. Jack Hopkins, sponsor, and Judy
Spencely, president, have done a fine iob in helping this year's foreign exchange
students enioy their visit to Narbonne. This year they were Pierrette Lallemant from
France, Carlos Villarreal from Argentina, and Sy Zaidi from Pakistan.
The American Field Service members pictured above are: ROW ONE: K. Hannsgen, L. Jacobson L
Carmichael, J. Spenceley, D. Root, S. Long, K. Holden, D. Slagg, J. Evenson, J. Lowell, D. Phil ps
Lewis, M. MacDonald, C. Downs, M. Deuries, B. DeJonge. ROW TWO: K. Rounsavelle, C. Ghormley S
Lewis, T. Dunlap, S. Stilwell, C. Stout, J. Gould, J. Mardwick, T. Hachiya, S. Powers, ROW THREE M
J. Hopkins, E. Sunde, R. Sundberg, B. VanCamp, C. Villarreal, J. Ost, S. Lovas, B. Gardner, J. Reeder
5. Horkey, M. Shellaby, M. Drown, E. Fleming, S. Rhoads, J. Ford, B. Freiwald. ROW FOUR: P. Kadau
K. Siudmak, M. Clauser, C. Meiners, J. Klein, J. Plimmer, W. Scott, G. Thorneycroft, B. Narancic, B. Burnes
J. Hack, J. Tremble, L. Sellars, J. Stoner, L. Oliver, S. Gindroz, M. Beaver.
Foreign Exchange Sfudenfs
Ptctured above rn French Club are ROW ONE J Bishop D Anderson S
Curry D Shultz P Chace D Slagg K Holden S Long A Lavas B Clif ard
ROW TWO C Van Dvne F Brookaver J Fernandez J Hack J Hutcheson
elsch ut uc 1 Cornetus Mvnnr T Pera
chmr M Batrd J Hardwtclr ROW THREE J Stewart V Allen M Shellaby
Gay romantic ance where the nattves have purple feet from
crushung grapes a the arnstocrats mdulge I a or, th s ns
our of the French Club under the sponsorshup of Mr John Palumbo
The clubs 65 members slnp for a moment tnto the realm of the
unt A erstrom M eonorcl I den E er C Schre er
c aelvs J arttn Baug man D Reams S New in ROW FOUR
umbo S Ltndsay L cot 1 Br Dv v Love
lmaglnatlon to vlsnt the country they are studyung They sung native
songs watch French movtef and go on numerous autxngs dealung
wnth French culture
Pvctured above rn German Club are ROW ONE J Ford S Rhodes D Turner
hreyer P 1 haelts o e D Phtllvps J Tremble V Caponetta
Dvana Shultz ROW TWO J C Palumbo H Towler B Towler B Kopp M
The land of magncal castles gay native festnvals and folk dances
typtfies Germany of old tnmes and today Much of the spnrut of the
German people ts conveyed to Narbonne s German Club
Thus Itvely group along wtth Mr John Palumbo theer sponsor par
tr onner roolrer earns New tn Nels P Bartz
We ber ROW THREE C Van Dme J Shelly M Thorpe W Stevens
Burnes W Smuth R Downer J Ost J Oswald M Odell R Gardener
tnclpates un sungnng dancnng and movnes dealung wuth German culture
Last semester they ltteraly mvaded the Bovartan Hotbrau Restaurant
and ate thetr way through German songs, dances and food
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Munmg L Corneltus V Truscott 8 Brerdenbach Mrs Coom s P U
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The glory of old Rome stull luves on Narbonnes campus through
Mrs Coombs Latnn Club lt ns not found ln the clash of gladlators
swords or thrnllung charlot races but Its beauty IS preserved In the
ancient language Itself
Vlsnt Colorful Spam How often we have seen these words 0" a
travel poster and wlshed we could vnsut the land of Spanush dancers
and matadors But we neednt go tar for right here on campus we
have a club that delves unto Spanlsh culture
Under the sponsorshnp of Mrs Norma Castaneda and Mrs Edna
art: u p wfs Ho n P Kadau B Kopp Jacobson
W THREE C Downs H Peel P 1 Ho R Nelson Myers J
Lamg M Snow C Josselyn K Studrnalr
Once a year the multu purpose room ts transformed unto a lovely
pavulnon where the patrnans un flowmg robes, meet for the Latln
Banquet Served by slaves and entertauned many wonder why Rome
Shurman students have af' opportunlty to parttcnpate In the galety
of Spam Through movues contests and songs they are able for a
moment to travel across the Atlantlc to a land of wonderous beauty
Prcrured above nn Spanvsh are ROW ONE D Bunten T Hagan L Keee or S rwell Mvnga Ann: M DeSoto J Safree
Vlllarrle L Jacobson S Srlversten K Bend T Upholt E a C Stuart ar K Ber99f 5 Cl7'ld9"5 ROW FOUR 5 Fwd K Holden C M5N 95
ROW TWO Senora Castaneda D Bellls J Mclaln M Uranga J Kletn M R Ruffe P Wood J Castellano B Wfxon J Webber J Hardwtclr C Denlay
Brown S Frrer S Farwell B Sta on D Poh ROW THREE C Ball
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Wind-blown, sun-burned, and sea
sprayed, these are the members of Nar-
bonne's Sailing Club. Their graceful sloops
bob and dip in Pacific waters off Balboa
The club's 30 members, under Mr. James
Cost, learn the ways of the sea and sailing
and share ideas through their own experi-
ROW ONE B. Peditl, S. Moran, W. Fischer, P. Maior,
W. Close, R. Kalstron, S. Chidester, A. Fuller. ROW
TWO: Mr. James Cost, D. Slagg, N. McDonald, M.
Mewnes, T. Dunlap, S. Long, K. Holden, R. Brady,
C. Stout, K. Blenkhorn. ROW THREE: K. Miller, D.
Owings, J. Shelly, C. Schreyer, R. Kalstrom, P, Mi-
chaelis, E. Snyder, D. Wilkins, M. Clauser.
"Strike" or gutter", the two words most
familiar to Narbonne's bowler, mean ex-
haltation or defeat. Under stiff competition,
32 trophy-winning-minded bowlers meet
Tuesday afternoons at Palos Verdes Bowl.
The sponsor, Mr. Phil Steinberg, presents
trophies to the top bowlers at the end of
each twenty week period.
To the left, ROW ONE: J. Williams, M. Dreyer, L
Bethurem, D. Reams, S. Newlin, J. Thomas, B. Neisch
P. Bartz, C. Gordon, M. Lehman. ROW TWO: Mr
Phil Steinberg, M. Chilton, G. Black, J. Sands, T
Nelson, B. Matlock, J. Weadon-Rice, E. Chambers
ROW THREE: J. Vande Linde K. McNees, J. Woodruff
S. McWhirter, K. Swanson, L. Schuck, L. Jacobson
D. Lehman, B. Brockett.
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Above are, ROW ONE: C. South, N. Weeden, T. Tado, S. Simpson, C. Stevens, J. Shirozano, M. South. ROW TWO: Mrs. Elaine
Reisner, B. Graves, L. Higgins, B. Kopp, J. Parris, B. Conshafter, M. Takaki, Mrs. Evelin Ibata. ROW THREE: C. Stetson, J.
Morgan, L. Peterson, M. MacDonald, S. Sickinger, L, Sims, S. Stowe.
School Today Home Tomorrow
FHA girls have the opportunity to hostess and serve at various functions connected with the school
each semester. They perform service in the community and learn techniques connected with homemak-
ing, such as constructing the club uniform, correct table service, and individual growth through proper
appearance and behavior. The sponsors are Mrs. Elaine Reisner and Mrs. Evelin lbata.
Above are, ROW ONE: D. Stagg, S. Jacks, P. Michaelis, C. Meiners, N. Toombs, M. Snow, S. McAllister, C. Patton, R. Ruffo,
Margaret McCoy, Pat Wiene ke, D. Attridge, B. Kopp, P. Larsen, C. McNees, D. Hanback, K.
5lel'1lll1OVf1, J- Usur, J. Aspittle, T. Hachiya. ROW THREE: S. Jackman, D. Borg, C. Schreyer, P, Mason, S. Watt, J. Arminglon,
J. Weaver, V. McLain, J. Stewart, D. Goodell J. Beck, C, White, J. Williams.
H. Peel, J. Lewis. ROW TWO: Miss
Home Work Today School Work Tomorrow
The California Education Club endeavors to provide an array of realistic, firsthand opportunities
for students to learn more about teaching and to encourage more students to enter the profession.
With Miss Margaret McCoy, sponsor, the members hear talks by both young and experienced teach-
ers, observe elementary classes in nearby schools, and act as teacher's assistant one day each se-
mester on Future Teachers Day.
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Above are ROW ONE S Perry T Nelson
obson I C
Kuylcendoll J Bynack ROW TWO D Marcoux
nde Eno A Beyer D Schuhm nn
Cox L Kopp
The Photography club provldes an
opportunnty tor Interested students to
discuss problems related to theur par
ticular Interest You can always spot
one of Mr Harvey Schaefers sutter
bugs by their tamllxar camera and one
word vocabulary smule
On alternate Tuesdays A 9 ns turned
unto a menloture Greenwsch Village
The Art Club under the sponsorshnp
of Mlss Wydell Martin meets to unlash
pent up creative abnlxty ID a mass of
To the left ore ROW ONE D Watknns M
Shellaby J Stoner P Kcdcu E Flemnng ROW
TWO H Darnell F Dowell J McComble G
Seose K O Mahoney
Much like its adult predecessor, the Na
tional Red Cross Club The Junior Red Cross
Club is ever active in service to all Under
the guidance of Mrs Osterllnd the club
has made toys, layettes, and loke books
which were distributed by the National Red
This year the Club was composed of the follow-
ing people: ROW ONE: Walter Scott Lynne Peterson
Nancy Weeden Judy Gould Joan Evenson Dale
Grimes. ROW TWO: Judy Bynack Diane Oriani Penny
Pasco Frances Knight Sharon Lewis and Mary lrons.
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The Hi-Y has twenty seven members and is spon-
sored by Mr. Lee Haley. The members ot this club
are. ROW ONE: Bill Gasser, John Irons, Bob Bradbury,
Hank Darnell, Dave Grubbs, Bruce Kines, Mike Mura-
kami. ROW TWO: Bob Jungkind ,Gregg Sease, John
McChristy, Alan Kaye, Mark Winsryg, Mike Stevenson,
Jeft Shelly. ROW THREE: Mr. Lee Haley, Jim Rogers,
Bob Nichols, Roland Bauer, Chuck O'Brien, Carl
Ghormley, John Joy. ROW FOUR: Jim Ruby, Mike
Crane, Eddie Ferrante, Jim McCampbell, Don Dowell,
Pete Thompson, and Bob Graham.
The Sportsnight Committee, sponsored by
Mr. Robert Clark, helps out at all dances,
noon activities, Sportsnights, and sells re-
freshments at all athletic events. The com-
mittee membership is limited to thirty five.
Those chosen to be on the committee this year
were: ROW ONE: Roger Weeks, Sammy Rich, Laura
Kaufman, Linda Mingay, Johnny Johnston, Marilyn
lehman. ROW TWO: Bob Chambers, Anne Rohl, Joan
Wagenseil, Heidi Schmitz, Steve Sundell, Jeanne
Lehman. ROW THREE: Robert Kalstrom, Cary Ghorm-
ley, Clif Nicholson, Brad Coleman, Don Berry, and
Above ore: ROW ONE: C. Baber, B. Crowder, C. Myers, B. Benn, T. Bixby, R. Nelson, L. Kopp, J. Wieneke, J. Laing, B. Clifford,
A, lovas. ROW TWO: P. Horn, C. Van Dine, J. Baughman, Miss Julie Allbright, J. Hack, T. Dunlap, K. Coe, El Vandayburg, C.
Boll, P. Parfitt, L. Cox. ROW THREE: F. Brookover, l. Elden, J. Stewart, J. Grest, P. Elder, S. Huntley, S. Jacks, L. Bedell, C.
Hutto, D, Orioni, M. Leonard, E. Fleming.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Elsie Allbright, the Literary-Creative Writing Club has enjoyed a
variety of interesting speakers, dramatists cmd informative documentary films. lts members are kept
well informed ot literary happenings. Semi-annually the club publishes a literary anthology composed
ot the creative works of talented Narbonne students.
Art of Argument
The Forensics Club, sponsored by Col. Hal Randall, is an organization which provides public speak-
ing opportunities outside ot school for those students interested in speech. At tournaments such as the
one held at El Camino College, the club members spoke in the impromptu, extemporaneous, original
oratory, oratorical interpretation, original humor and debate.
Pictured below are: ROW ONE: Linda King, Carolyn Denlay, Pamela Horn, Noel Toombs, Joan Evenson, Charlene Norris
Jana Hutcheson, Ellen Vandayburg, Valerie Simes, Nancy Nauert, ROW TWO: Col. Hal Randall, Spud Reynolds, Vol Graham,
Sandy Rhoads, Walter Scott, Jim Ruby, Larry Peterson, Leon Jacobson, John Ost, Susan Van Camp, Cindy Gillette. ROW
THREE: Allan Lovas, Kathleen Starbird, Barbara Lohman, Joan Ford, Bobbet King, Larry Kopp, Bob Turner, Babette Freiwald,
Doug Hollings, Joanne Plimmer, Bettie Womack, Lynne Carmichael.
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Above are, ROW ONE: B. Broatch, P. Parfitt, D. Gersdorf, S. Stilwell, M. L'Esperance, S. Childers,
A. Minnig, J, Jenkins, ROW TWO: A. Lovas, Miss Alice Sturdy, B. Holly, Gigi Dickenson, J. Stone, J.
Hutchenson, H. Peel, J. Hallick, K. Siudmok, D. Downs, S. McAllister, M. MacArthur. ROW THREE: M.
Snow, V. Garrod, J. Ford, J. Armington, R. Bulwa J. Stewart D. DeWeese, C. Villarreal, L. Kopp, J.
Shelly, A. Griffin, J. Eakin.
The Philharmonic Club is composed of students who enjoy listening to serious music,
of symphonic calibre. The club dates back to i949 and has met regularly on Friday
noons in the music room for more than ten years. Special opportunities for concerts
and musical events are often given to its members. Miss Alice Sturdy has been the
sponsor since its beginning.
Above CVC, ROW ONE: S. Swaftord, P. Field, T. Arthurs, C. White, S. Shaw, D. Bradoury. ROW TWO:
Mr. Elmer Douglas, T. Mondo, J. Baughman, M. Winsryg, C. Ghormley, J. Smith, C. Butcher, V. Lenord,
As it is throughout America, iazz is becoming more popular at Narbonne. More
students are progressing up from rock 'n roll to the only original American arte-iazz.
ln Narbonne's Jazz Club, students learn about the diFferent types and eras of iazz.
The club, however, deals mainly in the contemporary phase. Annually they sponsor a
Jazz Concert. This indubitably is the swingingest aFfair to take place at Narbonne
during the school year. This year's trumpet sensation, Shorty Rogers, was featured.
The Madrigal Choir was organized in the spring semester of l958
to give advanced students an opportunity to participate in engage-
ments outside of school which the larger choir could not accept. The
Madrigal Choir sang in the Christmas program for the employees of
the Southern California Edison Company, and before the American
Association of University Women of Palos Verdes. This spring they
helped to give the Gilbert 8- Sullivan operetta, H.M.S. Pinafore on
May 20, sang for the Founders' Day P.T.A. Program and the San
Pedro Community Sing, not to mention the performance they gave
at the banquet honoring new and retiring teachers in the Harbor area.
Members of the Madrigal Choir in the spring of 1960 were: ROW ONE: Olivia
Deltusha, Jana Hutcheson, Shelley Maurice, Nonya Newnes, Valerie Truscott, Glenda
White, Robin Ryland, Kathy Evans. ROW TWO: Gary Thompson, Sandy Hunt, Jennifer
Jones, Mike Bradshaw, Valerie Hyde, Marilyn Miller, Byron Halling. ROW THREE:
Jerry Croskrey, John Eakin, Carlos Villareal, Dave DeWeese, Dusty Miller, Charles
Myers, Robert Bulwa, and Stan McAllister.
The A'Capella Choir is the largest choral organization at Narbonne numbering from seventy to
seventy tive. The Christmas Assembly is one of their principal activities in the fall semester ln the spring
the choir sang for the Open House program and participated in the Southern California Vocal Assocua
tion Choral Festival at Westchester High School on June 3 Graduation was made more solemnly beau
tiful by the A'Capella Choir's singing.
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The A'Capella Choir in the spring of 1960 was composed af: ROW ONE: Janie Goodwin,
Linda Watkins, Leine Wulttson, Marion Kaleta, Donna Henson, Dawn Oye, Daniel Sandoval, Maureen
Wheeler, Ellen Micon, Karen Lewis, Judy Nishino, Sharon Lewis, Charlize McNees, Dicki Hanback,
Jim Webber, Joanne Satreed, Jill Armstrong, Pat Larsen, Bernice Akens, Frankie Dixon, ROW TWO:
Pat Mason, Judy Williams, Pam Michaelis, Valerie Hyde, Terry Fulton, Lavahn Murrell, Bonnie Smith,
Dennis Howrey, Brad Coleman, Steve Barrager, Ken Shipley Cindy Yetter, Carolyn White, Mariio
Hubbard, Gail Wrinkler, Georgina Fukuzaki, Sandra Turner, Patty Wheeler, Marilyn Uesugi, Jack
Coble, Connie Goethals, Donna Turnin, ROW THREE: David Orris, Bob Eipper, Sharon Smith, Jeff
Shelly, Ron McKee, Lynn Muldoon, Bill Bremer, Creig Brookley, Ron Graff, Jae Silver, Ralph Davis,
David Snow, Vince Davis, Don Whisler, Kathy Allen, Pat Ziegler, Jerry Beal, James Cross, Jesse
Gutierrez, Duane Plant, Dan Byers, and Sharon Keys,
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The Girl's Glee Club is a choral or-
ganization ot girls from all grades,
Their main obiective is vocal training
and repertoire. They sang in the Girls'
League lnstalation Assemblies, the
Christmas Program, and the annual
Girls' League Cotton Day Assembly.
The following girls were in the Glee Club
this year: ROW ONE: Ann Park, Terry Coll,
Linda Higgins, Janet Hubbard, Lee Bedell, Paula
Hart, Dianne Sweet, Cheri Simmons, Adrianne
McLean, Rita Wood. ROW TWO: Miss Sturdy,
Sandy Childers, Terrie Plumb, Linda Bethuren,
Charlotte Calvert, Deanna Deeble, Ann Car-
riere, Judy Hollinger, Darleen Lillie, Karen
Berger, Diana Gersdort, Brerldd Rhote, Cherol
Casewell. ROW THREE: Connie Dumble, Kath-
leen Keys, Bernice Flores, Barbara Ouimette,
Lonnie Venable, Cherie Vanderpool, Shirley
Terry, Mary Churdy, Sherry Soderberg, Teri
Stalmack, Judy Jack, Joyce Stephens, Betty
Graves, and Jane Daly.
Above are: ROW ONE: D. Rossi, K, Stien, J. Carlos, E. Solcido, B. Kuhm, D.
TWO: J. Preder, E. Winger, M. Stanovich, F, Slaughter, P. Mowrer, G.
Shin, B, Wada, J. Richards, A. Virgadamo. ROW
Thornycroft, S. Terry, S. Sanger, G. Key, Mr. .lack
The Business Club was organized for the purpose of learning more about iob opportunities and
to increase the club members understanding of different business functions. They promote a closer re-
lation with business and are better qualified for iob success after school.
The world is a vast void of unknown. Into this
mysterious realm, the Synergistic Probers, penetrate.
These scientiticaly minded members perform com-
plicated experiments and reprove the laws of the
To the right ore: ROW ONE: E. Kongs, J. Tremble, J. Ford, J,
Crowther. ROW TWO: V, Heiner, J, Ost, S. Plant.
In back of K-2, under a mass of spare parts,
pipes, and iunk, we tind Narbonne's auto mechan-
ics. With Mr. Richard Powell, the club's sponsor,
members work on cars and learn about their com-
To the left are: ROW ONE: J. Fleming, L. Cox, P. Strong, P.
Nieto, K. White, C. Armstrong, B. Kee. ROW TWO: Mr. Richard
Powell, B. Davis, R, Dodd, G. Beck, W. Matthews, L. Lewis, R.
L. Bail, R. smith, J. ciangangsmnh, B. Cobb,
Elliott, ROW THREE: D. Pangborn, B. Geniesse, J. McFarland,
Above are, ROW ONE: G. Dickenson, J. Stone, C. Patton, T. Hachiya, B. Gardner, R. Ruffo, C. McNees, J. Tremble, C, Mein-
ers, B. Broatch. ROW TWO: Miss Margaret Byrkit, R. Weeks, D. Yoshii, J. Webber, J. Gould, J. Hardwick, C. Denlay, S. Childe
ers, V, Lorson, C. Webber. ROW THREE: C. Ghormley, V. McLain, E. Horn, P. Terry, J. Joy, B. Weeks, K. Hickok, T. Pasco, C.
Myers, R. Harris. ROW FOUR: M. Drown, J. Shelly, S. Jacks, D. Hill, T. Wixon, G. York, J. Scott, W. Scott, P. Dunlap.
The Science Club of Narbonne is composed of students who are interested in gaining further
knowledge in all scientific fields. They have taken field trips and listened to the inviting lectures of many
The Mathematics Club, sponsored by Mrs. Dolores Bright and Miss Marjorie Kelly, meets to make
mathematics more interesting and to present topics not regularly covered in class. The programs of the
club include speakers, movies, and field trips. The Mathematics Club also sponsors contests to encour-
age the development of mathematical talent.
Above are, ROW ONE: W. Scott, G. York, B. Gardener, J. Shelly, B. Ritchie, J. Wieneke, D. Hill, B. Thomas, B. DeJonge, D.
Yoshii, R. Weeks, J. Webber. ROW TWO: R. Williams, R. Nelson, G. Key, E. Flemming, C. Josselyn, C. Patton, R. Futio, J.
Hallick, S. Warren, D. Anderson, D. Reames, S. Newlin, J. Thomas, B. Neisch. ROW THREE: Mrs. Dolores Bright, C. Myers, R.
Nelson, J. Woodruff, J. Sands, R, Bulwa, U. McLain, J. Griffin, M. Shellaby, G. Hannsgen, L. Jacobson, S. Lovas. ROW
FOUR: P. Mason, D. Slagg, S. Huntley, S. Jacks, M. Drown, K. Honnsgen, B. Weeks, C. Ghormley, E. Sunde, D. Root, J. Tremble.
H. Peel, J. Lewis, J. Gould.
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Cobb, ROW TWO: Randy Johnson, Jim Fenton, Jim Brown, Rudy Salas, John Everett,
John Schmidt, Mickey Cheek, Charles Nester.
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Jerry Fowler, Walter Clark, Tony Quardres, Mark Winsryg. ROW TWO: Glenn Bartho-
lic, David DeWeese, Don Dowell, Paul Myers, Bob Nichols, Bob Graham, Charles
The Ouarlerbacks and Fullbacks are: ROW ONE: Kenl Waller, George
Milchell, Ken Mclntire, Richard Powell. ROW TWO: Fddie Ferranle, Howard
Luyt, Greg Sease, Walter Richards.
1959 Narbonne Football Season
Narbonne 32 Washington l2
Narbonne 7 Hunlingldn Park 13
Narbonne 7 South Gale 7
Narbonne I4 San Pedro T6
Narbonne 7 Banning 33
Narbonne I4 Bosco Tech 6
Narbonne 7 Jordan 6
The Halfbacks are: ROW ONE: Chris Schneider, Ken McCulley, Tom
Constable, Allan Kaye, Ray Burleson, Gary Ollon, Melvin Thomas,
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son, Jefl Waters, Steve Briles. ROW TWO: Charles McBean, Jim Fenton, David Snow, Ralph Davis, Mike Stanford, Terry
Harmer, Tom Doerfler.
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Charles Nester in action against Hunting
Narbonne's varsity football team has a mediocre record
of A-3-l, but when you look over the teams played, it gives
you some consolation that the season was not a wasted one.
The Gauchos went down to defeat against Banning, Hunt-
ington Park, and San Pedro. Banning was the defending city
champions, while Huntington Park won this year's city crown.
They placed third in the Marine League behind undefeated
Banning and second-place San Pedro.
Narbonne started the season with only three returning
lettermen after they lost halfback Mike York in the first prac-
Top ground gainer for the Gauchos was Ray Burleson
who gained 599 yards during the course of the season.
Cliff Thomas followed with 320 yards.
Burleson and tackle Bob Nichols were the only Gauchos
to be honored on the first ALL4League team. Ron Cook,
Charles Nester, and Clifford Thomas, were named on the
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kami, Ronald Wade, .loe Saeny, Phil Morton, Phillip Ramirey, Palrick Niefo, Kaysee Tsuji, Tom Wilkerson,
ROW TWO- John Hoefs, John Bcutisfa, Richard Nixon, Mike Miioma, Dave Germain, Kenny Harkias, LaMar
Edwards, Dick Mclacklan Richard Neprud, Wayne Marshall, Bennie Slewarl, Jimmy Cunnigan, Paul Funk
Pele Kirk, John Irons, Roger Ernesf.
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Blum, Jim Jones, Dave Grubbs, Dan Kaplanelr, Stu Dahlager, Louis Aguilae, Tom Bradbeer John Regan
Larry Milchell. ROW FOUR: Bob Taylor, Roger Townsend, John Rice, John Sullivan, Craig Arnold Robert
Benn, John Greene, Steve Conrad, Ray Chilton, Bob Chilton, Bob Bloomer, Corey Smith Edwin
Hall, Richard Krefyschmar, Ronnie Bayelr.
oach Wells will have a terrific
eason next year because of the
me players he has coming up to
he varsity team. All-league Bee
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ere: Jim Jones, Mike Mitoma,
esse Gutierrez, and Stu Dahlager.
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climbed to second place in the league standings, Ken Ellsworth, the sen-
sational junior, made first team all-league and second team all-city. John
Gregerson was the Gauchoes top scorer and made first team all-league.
Captain Eddie Perales was picked to the second all-league team.
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sity Basketball team are: ROW
ONE: Dennis Harline, David
Findley, Lucky Campbell, Jim
Ruby, Mike Crane, Mike Brown,
Sid McWhirter, ROW TWO: ROD
Nelson mgr., Wilbur Smith, Jeff
Morehead, Dave Bunten, Ray
Meeker, Pete Thompson, Coach
The members ofthe Cee Basket-
ball team are: ROW ONE: Gary
Hansen, Genald Cant, Bill De- 1
Jonge, Rick Mease, Doug Mor-
ris, Steve Chambers, Coach Pro-
bert. ROW TWO: Bill Friedricks
mgr,, Jim Walsh, Ronnie Ste-
venson, John Jones, Dennis Tu-
mey, Derik Wheeler, Jim Ban-
delin, Byron Halling mgr.
The members ol the Bee Basketball
team are: ROV! ONE: Dave Stewart
Dave Wagner, Dave Barrie, lm
Ohara, Clifton Tanaka, Dave Brews
ter, Coach Probert. ROW TWO Bill
Friedricks mgr, Jim Lohman, Jerry
Hoppes, Dennis Schmitz, Greg Cramm
Chris Bowen, Byron Halling mgr
Loule Corral Robert Scott Lee Neudengard
The fightnng Marine League champlons who early ln the season lost to Banning ln practice came
back to edge San Pedro and Banning un very close dual meets Under the guidance of Coach Dossey
the shll underdog Gauchoes won the Murine Lague Fmals nn a rout LoureCorral who led the Gauchoes
Loule the undefeated gunlor had to beat True of Marshall who had won the Clty Championship race
the year before Dave Brown Dave McCue Dave Carmichael Lee Neldengard John Joy and Robert
Scott were the runners who backed up Louue Both the Tenth Grade and the Junior Varsuty teams had
good seasons shownng a great deal ot future promnse
Dave Brown Dave McCue Louie Corral
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The Varsity Track team, struck by the iniury of Mike York,
ended the season in fourth place in the Marine League. York,
the school record holder in the 100 yard dash, iniured his
ankle and saw very little action. The brightest spot for the
Gaucho cindermen was the achievements of hurdler, Doug
Smith. Smith, only a iunior, was usually the Gauchos' only dou-
ble winner, and was also the fastest man on the relay team.
Other top performers were Sus Ito, in the hurdles and high iump,
Bob Blackburn, pole vaulter, Dave McCue, half miler, Dave
Brown, miler, and Ray Burleson, shot putter.
ROW ONE: J. Linde, S. Dahlager, D. Smilh, M. York, D. Carmichael, R. Johnson, P. Grisso, R. Dickerson T. Perkins, B. Black-
bourn, J. Garrison, T. Constable, K. McCulley R. Burleson, T. Marfizia. ROW TWO: Coach Gorden Wells, R. Chilfon, B. Scoff
J. Slater, M. lshibashi, G, Kroesin, M. Fernandez, L. Erickson, L. Neidengard, G. Milchell, D. Vaznian, R. Chase, J. Jones, R
Henderson, Coach Roberi Dossey. ROW THREE: H. Justice, M. HuHen, B. Moss, R. Davis, J. Joy, C. Nesfer, D. McCue, J. Ever
elf, D. Brown, S. Ito, B. Bloomer, H. Luyf, L. Barnum, C. Johnson, J. Hickerson, M. McCullah.
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42 Banning 62
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45 L. A. Poly 59
The members of the Bee Track team are: ROW ONE: R. Long, J. Batista, J. Bishop, A. Swanson, J. Hunter,
J. Reck, l.. Corral, R. Wade, J. Andrade, J. Saenz, J. Ramaos. ROW TWO: C. Ranum, J. Sparks, K.
Hamaska, F. Margraves, C. Waters, T. Taylor, D. Brewster, S. Good, M. Matoma, K. Harkias, ROW THREE:
D. Vaznaian, J. Rife, J. William, A. Tuck, F. Wohlman, R. Moss, P. Eldridge, D. Tipton, B. Jacobelly, D.
Germain, D. Sellers.
Some of the top Bee Trackmen this year are: ROW ONE: Dave
Tipton, Marcel Fernandez. ROW TWO: Phillip Eldridge, Dave
Germain, Dennis Sellers, and Louie Corral at the bottom.
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Gay, B. Obenour. ROW TWO: S. Munoz, S. Hill, J. Armstrong, J, Sonsbury, B, Luyl, D. Terudo.
Some of the top Cee Trcckmen are: ROW ONE: Bob Obenour,
Dennis Terodu. ROW TWO: B. luyf, T. Armstrong, and Sieve
Munoz of the boftom.
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The members of the Varsity Baseball Team are ROW ONE G Cookus D Stewart A Kaye D Wagner C Thomas W
Clark D Howry C Tanaka M Murakami ROW TWO Coach Steinberg H Poskm mgr R Bauer K Mclnhre B Nichols
B Hoppes G Olton D Cole K Ellsworth G Farr
Coach Phil Steinberg s Varsity Baseball team loaded with
experienced players was one of the top teams un the strong
Marine League Ken Ellsworth was the Gaucho s top pitcher
backed up by Duck Cole and Ken Mclntlre The first strung
lane up used throughout most of the season IS Cliff Thomas
catcher Bob Nichols first base Dennis Howry second base
Glade Cookus third base Cliff Tanaka shortstop Bob
Hoppes right field Gary Olton center field and Walter
Clark left field
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Townsend, J. Blandford, M, McCauley, C. Ritchey, T. Bennett, D. Judson. ROW TWO: Coach Douglas, E.
Ferrante, B. Taylor, R. Kretzchmar, D. Findley, R. Bayek L. Jack, D. Williams, P. Thompson, D. Bunten, J.
Jones, R. Bulwa mgr.
Ritchey, Kretzchmar, and Smith planning
The Junior Varsity horsehiders under the direction
of Coach Elmer Douglas were battling for the crown
at last report. These are the kids that will be Nar-
bonne's varsity in the next one or two years. Top
pitchers for the Gauchos were Bruce Smith and
Eddie Ferrante. Top hitter during the early part of
the season was Clarke Ritchey, the sophomore right
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The members of the Varsity Swim team are ROW ONE Ed Richards Craig Van Note Steve Dixon
Chuck Ewing Doug Owings Steve Brules Dennis Shanelec ROW TWO Bob Jungkund Wilbur Smith
Coach Sloss starts Chuck Ewing and Dennis Shanelec ID
Narbonnes varsity swummlnng team under the
direction of Coach Wayne Sloss had another good
year as they placed hugh In the Marme League
standings Outstanding swimmers for the Gauchos
were Curt Manning, Walter Richards, Steve Dixon,
Chuck Ewing, and Dennis Shanelec
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Guy Strange Dave Keufer Rncky Mease ROW TWO Ralph Young Ron Wllhams Bull Duckman Tum
Martenson Ronnne Nelson Ron Rach John Irona
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The members of the Cee Swlmmlng team are ROW ONE Pete Klrk Pete
Martmsen Steve Chldester John Lamg Dennls Toomey
Gerald Gibson onthe rings
This year the Narbonne gym-
nastic team was picked for second
place behind the powerful San
Pedro Pirates. Top performers for
the Gauchos were Gerald Gibson,
who was the top gymnast in the
league Lamar Edwards Gary Rick
ard Gary Hansen and Doug
Gary Hansen on the high bar
Doug Courtney in free exercise
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The members of the Varsity Tennis team are: ROW ONE: Jerry Hickman, Jerry Croskrey, Gary York,
Chuck O'Brien, Steve Forest, Art Stephenson. ROW TWO: Mike Walker, Greg Cramm, Bill Halverson,
Mike McCarthy, Bob DeWalt, Jim Lohman, Steve Burris, Coach Probert.
Fighting back with o vicious backhand is Art Stephenson. As
his partner, Bob DeWalt helps him down. Bill Halverson and JERRY STEVE
Coach Probert's Varsity Tennis team was one of
the best in Narbonne history as they went through
the entire season undefeated. With such players as
Steve Burris, Mike Walker, Jerry Hickman, Chuck
O'Brien, Jerry Croskrey, Bob Dewalt, Art Stephen-
son, Greg Cramm, and Jim Lohman, the Gaucho
racketmen were by far the class of the league.
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The members of the Junlor Varsity Tenus team are ROW ONE Vunce Larson Bob Brudge Doug Collms
Dave Barrle Dave Stanton, Ed Hall, Bill Delonge Ron Stevenson Pat Regan JeH Strutzel ROW TWO
Byron Hallmg mgr Davud Carre, Peter Hall Sepp Donahower Bull Fam Rlck Hold Corey Smnth Terry
Mason Chrls Bowen Nell Wells, Coach Probert
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The members of the NarbonneLe1fermen Club are:
The members of the Narbonne Lettergirls Club are:
The Winter G.A.A. Board consisted of
ROW ONE: Pat Neprud, Sue Garlow and
Val Hyde. ROW TWO: Pat Yuoka, Kathy
Evans, Janice Hamasaka, Pat Larsen and
Donna Grammer. ROW THREE: Barbara
Howard, Judy Williams, Pat Mason, Ar-
lene Nakawatase and Beverly Wada.
Miss Walker, Miss Powell, Miss Ansite
and Miss Herwig were the sponsors and
shining examples for the G.A.A. girls this
year. As a matter of fact, the girls have all
become expert players.
Seriously, G.A.A. could have had no
finer sponsors than these four.
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Sue Garlow was the only person that had
the privilege of being president of G.A.A.
in her Senior B semester. Her sparkling
personality and wise leadership brought
the winter semester to a successful close.
Pat Mason was the Spring president. Under
her leadership, G.A,A. ran smoothly and
more activities than ever were held.
Girls' Athletic Association is an organization for girls interestedinparticipatinginSp0rfS
on a more competitive basis than in regular P.E. classes. Through its athletic and social
functions, G.A.A. encourages the highest ideals of service, sportsmanship and good
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numerous activities consisted of ROW
ONE: Pat Larsen, Put Mason and
Terry Reist. ROW TWO: Mariio Hub-
bard, Donna Grammar, Jill Ginder, 1
Evelyn Salcido, Bernice Akens, Bar-
bara Bower, Teri Hamilton and An-
nette Hollinger. ROW THREE: Marilyn
Swanson, Pam Mason, Kay Muench,
Judy Williams, Penny Pasco, Cathy
Culbertson, Sue Gorlow and Arlene
The Senior A's that graduated
in the Winter l96O class were
ROW ONE: Florence Aldrich,
Kayomi Hanaoka and Sandra
Adamson. ROW TWO: Christy
Schweitzer, Roberta Holloway,
Janice Mayer and Cathy
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The G.A.A. Plaque Winner is chosen for her friendli-
ness, participation in activities, and sportsmanship.
Lettergirls' Honor Girl is selected for her outstanding
service to the club. This Winter Florence Aldrich was
chosen to receive both honors.
ln addition to sports activities, G.A.A. enioyed many social events
this year including the "Leppercaun Leapp," semi-annual Induction
Party. The food was delicious, as it was cooked on barbecues by
members ofthe Board. Cupcakes were made by G.A.A. members and,
of course, the Senior A's won the contest for the most original cup-
Basketball is one of the most strenuous
and one of the most popular sports in
Member of G.A.A. who graduated in the Summer i960 class were ROW ONE: Lynne Peterson, Chris
Stout, Lynda Stout, Robin Ryland, Karla Blenkhorn, Marilyn Dexheimer, Joyce Usui, Janine Aspittle,
Bernice Akens, Tetsuko Kimura, Pat Larsen and Janice Hamasaka. ROW TWO: Carol Murray, Lynn Welch,
Mariio Hubbard, Marsha Duni, Pat Dotter, Sally Watt, Marcella Seligman, Janet Schramm, Joyce Taka-
hashi, Arlene Nakawatase, Marilyn Uesugi, Nonya Newnes, Veliean Suzuki, Rudy Brady and Donna Gram-
mar. ROW THREE: Melinda Bell, Su Newlin, Kris Bernsten, Diane Adams, Valerie Hyde, Pat Mason, Sheri
Jacks, Pam Michaelis, Judy Williams, Judy Scott, Carolyn Schreyer, Adrianne Ayres, Sue Garlow, Marilyn
Miller, Carol Allen, Donna Patterson, Pat Neprud and Velda Kuykendall. ROW FOUR: Kay Muench, Diana
Slagg, Nancy Weeden, Carole Van Dine, Nancy Williams, Terry Reist, Irene Elden, Dian Farr, Mildred
Dreyer and Judy Martin.
Members of G.A.A. who were underclassmen were
ROW ONE: M. Busby, J, Demerath, J. Shirozom, C.
Stetson, J, Ross, J, Jackson, S. Rich, J. Hampton, C.
Jossely, V. Smith and V. Suenz, ROW TWO: J. Beck,
J. Stone, C. Bozell, S. Simpson, J. Mareemoto, M.
Reed, K. Berger, A. Park, C. Ball, C. Evanshwick and
C. Keller. ROW THREE: S. Pool, C. Jenkins, S.
Meyer, H. Brown, J. Gadberry, D. Hanback, P. Ka-
dau, C. Norris, J. Klein, J. Holden and K. Hintz.
ROW FOUR: P. Dunlap, J. Darrow, D. Gleghorn, E.
Snyder, R. Payne, C. Meiners, M. Holly, D. Oye, l.
Whitmore, M. Cochran, M. Clauser, M. Hummel and
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Although they bought their own outfits and pompoms and
worked hard to make up original cheers, and were ever cheer-
ful, luck was against Barbara Howard, Kay Muench, Janet
Schramm and Donna Grammer: the semi-annual G.A.A. playday
was called off. What a waste of talent and beauty!
Of the sports offered in G.A.A., softball
is undoubtedly the favorite of the girls.
At the right a G.A.A. member has just
slugged a home run.
Hurry up and make that basket, because
we need the pointsl
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Some girls enioy modern dancing and went out for it in G.A.A. Here they
mode up dances and presented them to the rest of the group.
G.A.A. members consisted of ROW ONE: M. Stano-
vich, M. Takaki, B. Wada, T. Tado, D. Burrell, A.
Fernandez, D. Munoz, K. Stien, S. Huntley. ROW
TWO: T. Hochiya, M. Burris, G. Dichinson, N. Aker-
strom, V. Foull, J. Reist, K. Gribbin, C. Salcido and
S. Anderson. ROW THREE: G. Hannsgen, C. Cook,
S. Mclean, D. Wilkins, J. Stoner, P. Mason, M.
Shellaby, S. Oursler, C. Patton, R. Rufio and J.
These attractive girls were the G.A.A. cheerleaders for the Spring semester.
They performed at the Induction Party and at the playdays, and looked
cute in their green and gold outfits. They were Bernice Akens, Teri Ham-
ilton and Barbara Bower.
Of, ygnd p3l'6d7VlV6
Miss Powell: "Eeek! A Mouse!"
Miss Ansite: "Don't worry, it's only another girl joining G.A.A
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S. Barth, B. Conshafter, T. Traunfelder, L. Meyer, D. Dexheimer, D. McCalman, S. Powers, N. Nauert, B.
Jones and R. Ananio. ROW TWO: T. Hamilton, K. Lewis, M. Leonard, C. Holland, I. Lowry, L. Root, S
Lindsay, L. Hongola, P. Pasco, L. Carmichael, M. Swanson, V. Purgason, D. Gersdorf and J. Armstrong
ROW THREE: L. Mingay, P. Jenkins, J. Hill, B. Graham, E. Chambers, C. Gillette, J. Scott, B. Freiwald, C
Culbertson, B. Lasell, D. Bone, A. Graverman, S. Brossard, J. Rives, J. Brink, E. Rich, S, Lewis and M
Pooler. ROW FOUR: S. Roads, M. Jacobson, B. Baker J. Edwards, N. Owen, G. Collins, S. Hinchman, A
Kiichli T. Stalmack, N. Chandler, K. O'Mahoney, M. Watkins, L. Lewis, H. Takahashi, G. Robinson, J
Moffat and H. Schmitz.
These boys are setting the type for
Green and Gold, the school news-
Students who worked hard and won
in the Science Fair that is held an-
nually are Susan Moore, June Parris
and Curt Manning. June won first
place in the Fair by her entry of a
model of the EiHeI Tower.
Along with about ninety others, these girls participated in
Girls Day. They visited different places of business such as
the Broadway and elementary schools, They are Mrs. Stoddard,
sponsor of Girls Day, Judy Preder, Donna Shinn, Joyce Taka-
hashi, Bobbi Clarke, Judy Lewis, Barbara Kendall, Pat Neprud,
Carol Allen and Lynn Welch.
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The activities for the Narbonne High School Bond have been many and
varied in the past year. The band made its usual appearance at all the
football games and played for several assemblies. Members of the
Band for the past year were ROW ONE: Sammy Rich, Carolyn Le View,
Grace Irvine, Frances Knight, Nancy Nauert, Joan Evenson, Pat Hall and
Janie Oswald. ROW TWO: Dale Grimes, Chas. Stuart, Don Berry, Bill
Dejonge, Mike Horton, Bob Swenson, Bill Juneau, John Hoefs, Jeff
Wieneke and Jerry Dennis. ROW THREE: Wilbur Smith, Tom Brodbeer,
Dave Turner, Bert Brufilett, Ed Andrews, Michael Dennis, Frank Markley,
Bob Turner and Dave Bellis, ROW FOUR: Ken Sutherland, Bob Fugatt, Mary
Thorpe, Richard Montgomery, Doug Collins, Robert McGrath, Phil Oster-
lind, William Knight, Jim Comstock and Johnny Johnston.
Under the leadership of Mr. Blinn, these boys built excellent
stage sets for plays and were in charge of lighting for assem-
blies. They were ROW ONE: James Demerath, Richard Emer-
son, Dennis Schmitz, Bob Nyborg, Bob Crowder, Richard Smith
and Charles O'Brien. ROW TWO: Jan Jeter, Don Robinson,
Jim Eliot, Mike McCullah, Bruce Davis, Dick Morse, Dick Pang-
born and Mr. Blinn.
These boys were responsible for running the movie and sound
projector. They were ROW ONE: Phillip O'Connor, Lyle Os-
borne, Larry Graham, Raymond Cato and Carl Griffin. ROW
TWO: Bill Estes, Frank Horvat, John Reeder, George Black, Joe
Reid and Frankie Micholl.
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John Acord Dem: Adams
Joanne Armstrong James Barra
Barbara Bohannan Ronnne Bohannan
Florence Aldrich Mitchell Allred
Carol Burchler Joal Boderman
Kenneth Bradley Jack Carter
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On November lO V959 the
Wsnter 60 class held tesr
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In addstson to the forty Sensor
es present were class
sponsor Msss McCoy Vsce prsn
cspals Mrs Prsce and Mr Mars
enthal and Coach Stesnberg
Shown helpsng unload vars
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Sensors are llett to rsghtl Coach
Stesnberg Ron Rogers Ronnae
Cook and pretty Barbara Clem
A hslarsous tsme was had by
all partscspatsng Sensors espe
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Sensor type actsvstses such as
hula hoopsng and sack race
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The most popular activity at
the Senior Picnic in November
of '59 was the pie-eating con-
Contestants were given their
choice of apple, peach, or
Shown here consuming great
quantities are lon the right side
of the tablel Barbara Clemens,
Joal Boderman, and Mitchell
Allred. On the left side of the
table, the only identifiable face
is that ot Roberta Holloway.
Could this contest be respon-
sible for the rumor that all Sen-
iors weigh in ten pounds heav-
ier after the Senior Picnic?
The Ephebians is a national
honor-service group. To be ac-
cepted to the Ephebians you
must be in the upper twenty-five
per cent of your graduating
class and have given outstand-
ing service to the school, on
your own time
Each class is allowed one
Epheblan for every forty grad
The Winter 60 Senior Class
wgs allowed three Ephebuans
They were Wilbur Fukuzoki
Sandra Adamson and Buddy
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Helen Todd Loyd Tomlinson
Buddy Trevethan Carol Walker
Robert Waltz Ken Warren Bob Wolf
The Senior class Presidents for the year
1960 were Margie Gray, president of the
"Lancers" Summer 1960 and Wilbur Fuka-
saki, president of the "Maiestics" Winter
1960, Our congratulations go to both of
these fine Seniors for successful Senior
The Magestics Senior class officers were first row Ronnie Cook sergeant at arms Wilbur Fukuzaki
president and Carol Brrchler vice president In the second row are Judy Smith treasurer Chris Schweitzer
historian Cathy Schweitzer assistant hrstorran and Myrna Hartman secretary
The Lancers Sensor class of Summer 1960 offrcers were Arlene Nakawafase treasurer Morgue Gray
pres1denf and Einar Sunde treasurer In the second row Janice Hamasaka hlSfOflGl1, Duane Adams,
treasurer Drone Orlam assrsranf reporfer Krnsfme Hoefs sergeant or arms and Pat Yuoka secrerary
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Walter Clark Bob Clifford Jerry Clmglngsmlth
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by the Mighty Seniors sack races abounded
The Summer 60 Senior Plcnlc was held at Peck Park on May 27 Shown here
from left to right are
Terry Hogan Susan Schram Eunar Sunde Janet Cooper Stan Swafford Sandra
Turner Roger Sundberg Pam Horn and Peggy Bartz
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Louise Mura ff
Charles O Bruen
Phrllsp O Conner
Mlchael O Nell
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Judy Scott Robert Scott Saundra Scott Walter Scott
Marcella Selugman Denms Shanelec Raymond Shultz Susan Shaw Jeff Shelly
Ken Shrpley Donna Shunn Llnda Shore Kathleen Shupe Joe Srlver
Sanford Sllverstern Ronald Sams Duane Slagg Frances Slaughter
Bonnle Smlth Larry Smith
Marvin Smith Jam Snebold Patrlcla Sollars
Margery Southworth Judy Spenceley Robert Sponheum
Karen Starblrd Kathy Starburd Arthur Stephenson
Rachard Smuth Sharon Smith
Julua Somers Loss Songer
John Standnsh Phyllis Stanley
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strollnng the campus May fourth on their way to that sem: annual affaur the Semor
Mother s Tea Hlghllght of the Tea was a modern dance glven by Narbonne students
under the durectlon of Mlss Dons Rlchardson
Shown here are from left to right Roger Sundberg Sandra Turner Mrs John
Turner Janet Cooper Mrs Robert Cooper Mrs Samuel Sunde Elnar Sunde and
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ull Van Camp
arole Van Dune
Darlene Van Horn
SOUTH BAY BOWLING
1515 Hawthorne Blvd
Home of Junior Bowling
FRontler 5 2408 5 4911
MOORE S MARKET
Fancy Foods from
Around the World
43 Malaga Cove Plaza
LIQUOR 81 SPICE SHOP
FRontler 5 5116 8 2168
77 Malaga Cove Plaza
BRETON HOUSE INTERIORS
Accessomes GIFTS FURNITURE
Bernard Diamond 2500 Via Telon
Interior Designer in the Plaza
FRontler 8 3548
LOMITA BLUEPRINT SERVICE
DAvenport 6 7496
3 Doors North of
Lomlta Blvd at
24509 Narbonne Ave
RENTALS SALES SERVICE
DAvenport 5 0140
FEATURING THE FINEST
FOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES
1709 West Pacific Coast Highway
KELLOG LUMBER 81 SUPPLY
LUMBER ROOFING CEMENT
2156 Pacific Coast Highway
DAvenport 6 0318
2339 PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY
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DAY 81 NIGHT SERVICE
DAvenport 6 2777
LOMITA FEED STORE
HAY GRAIN POULTRY
PEI' 8- HORSE SUPPLIES
2441 1 Narbonne Avenue
DAvenport 6 4738
Best Wishes To
PALOS VERDES BOWL '60
Coffee Shop Cocktail Lounge Chuckwagon
24600 South Crenshaw S U 50 n O S I e V e n e l'
Torrance California PCIITICIC S S1'eVenef
DAvenport65120 Sherry Lynn Stevener
New Building, 2354 Pacific Coast Highway '
S 8. H STORE HOURS
STAMPS AM I IO
Mary Louise Monge Deanna Deeble
Class of '61 MEMORIAM Class of '62
March 28, 1942 - January 28, 1960 September'I3, 1944 - April4,196O
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