North Hollywood High School - El Camino Yearbook (North Hollywood, CA)

 - Class of 1948

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J- , X Q tfr: L'igY???5jgMr'i2,' ' " Aiiigiiirgfagiwiifigf' x x 1 Aggfiaggtgv Q Q. .gays A V . ..,fg.'w"'x'Q3'i3'v'2F5 f A M 'x F A S . ' . of " f ' ' ' , in-f 4 ,' - 4 5 Y ? f my f "' ' ...an A A 1 , 1 is Ky EG, hu-Y 5 'Ks-Q'1 J fr '.f ' 4 J., fi 1 'H -2-- f 441 s Q 0 0 f -M ? My .2 mv. I ff Wf w Ms. ,- ,f , 4-- 'fffm "m M 3,1 Y 'R Dedication This year we are twenty-one years old. In recognition of this, we have chosen as our theme "Coming of Age." To us, coming of age implies that each of us- in order to enjoy the freedoms of democracy at home, at school, in the community, in the World-must assume its responsibilities. In the spirit ot growing togetherness, we dedicate this 1948 El Camino to each of us, the not-yet-21-year-old citi- zens ot Northll-Iollywood High School, with the sincere and honest hope that our school shall have been a sound and constructive influence in our "Coming of Age." A Here are the big three D who have guided our steps M I N I S T R I A T in the full-of-problems pro- cess of growing up. I f I O I N Mr. Holt Mrs. Sallee Mr. 414' , e I 4,41 if 1 X I lf - , .H 4,5 , Four score teachers have molded our minds, spurred 'f is 5" 'GI 1 if .. . . ,W 6 7 , N I I our sp1r11s, dlluted our lgnorance. For many of us, our ap- ? my H preciation of them will come only after the passing years. H7 law WW' if k""i I :gym I I CT I 2 ' -in F ENGLISH-Top Row: Mrs. Suclie Snyder, Mr. Vllillinm Slight. Mrs. Dorothy Duggan. Mr. Robert Lewis. Mr. George Gilmore. Bottom How: Mr. Allmert Sliermun, Miss Helen Rznitlolpll. Miss Marie Byrne, Mrs. Sopliiax Berg. X i 1 MATH-Top Row: Miss Marjorie Miller. Mrs. Annette !NR'l'-Mrs. Selina Denny, Miss H. justine Steinau, Merrill. Mr. George Betts. B'ottom Row: Mrs. Leila Mrs. Lillian Stritllmorg. Mr. .Inliun VVrigl1t. Rosen, Mr. jay Gorcly, Mr. llurolcl Corbin. SCII1jNCliA'I'op How: Mr. Tlroinus Lawson. Mr. Lloyd Pack, Mr. lolm Moore, Mr. Samuel Alexuncler, Mr. Harold Corbin. Frontiliow: Miss Mary Georgeznmu Miller, Mrs. jessie Horton, Miss Loretta liiekey. .ml E? wr SOCIAL STUDIES-'Pop How: Mrs. Frnnees Garner, MUSIC-Mr. Donrinit-li Di Surro. Mr. CI. XYillnrcl Mr. llurry Berkowitz, Mrs. Malielle Fiselier. Bottom Kisling. Miss Milclrecl Ilnglrey. Mr. kloel Hurry. Row: Mr. llnrry Sliepro, Mr. Asbury Gruliznn, Miss Be-nice Berinim. "E.5!,.s i ,- Q ,lf 1- 4 - M ," I v AIJVISOHS--'I'op How: Mr. C1-orgv Hr-tts, Mrs. D1-sin-v Northcotc, Mr. Harry H1-rlrowilx, Miss Mujorim- Milla-r, Mr. .Im-I llnrry. Sm-alta-cl: Mrs. Ethel Ludwick. J gg kms M, rj LN W, ,. dns, , :IA " 'wk f' -" 1IAI"l'I'I'l'IliIA--Ifronl Row: Mrs. Marin' Hutchings, Mrs. Com f:ilYill, Mrs. Dorothy la-ppm-r, Mrs. lla-lon Stroud. Buck How: Mrs. limmu Dm-vtzmun, Mrs. Ruth Miller, N1r. Ma-lvin Tlnoums, Mr. Us-orgv Louis, Mrs. Inn W'ullau-0, Mrs. Elsa Sherwood, Mrs. Sally Marshall. 5 W Q-5, A , ' crmM1-311631.-1i.sx1fs. Cl:1clysO'By1'11n'. x11-S. csludys GIRLS P-E--'skim Aliw- l'f1-rsr. Miss Niilmuiw-1 Siilliwl. Byfillll. Mr. Mhlkcr HAIIIISUX, Mrs. Susan Ardis, Mrs. HOME ECONOMICS-Mrs. Frieda B1-lford, Mrs. Mrs. xiilffllil Niiicilllill. Miss Xlklfbill M1-Cr-1'11ey. Miss L111-illv jc1 . Mrs. Xl irxIlIo1'.111. Mr. X'c'r11u11 Evcrctt Myra fTl'UllL'll, Miss Zellu Alliuson. :Xl1lI'Lf2ll'L'l llurxc-5 BOYS P. li..-Mr. l'I'Lllll'lS Slllllll. Mr. l'r1-cl lullmtl. Mr. i r. Al Llllllly, Mr. Plllll Xz111tl1os. 2, LANCU.Mllj-Top Row: Mrs. L.i11a1 llill, Miss Bclwiicv INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Top Row: Mr. Frank Kenyon Bl'l'IllilH, Mrs. Marin Dzuis. Front Row: Mrs. Ruth Mr. Royal Fic-id. Mr. R2lylN0l1d Sebelius. Front Row lJllllL'lllI. Mrs. 1Jl'Sil'L'i' No1'tl11-mtv. Mr. Roy Xylilkhllfd. Mr. VVillinm Cullord Q' 7 I . L7 H 0 L LY , C H M C WW +-----H x x - mn...-N... .xX.X.. . F r F 6 4 2 Grant I.ipjvz- as :hc zpirit of N. H. II. S. 21 ycars ago, watchts over the win 21' c 1 cones of agg ADAMS JERRY BLUE STE IN S. l ,Ei , K .f V . , , . ..:, ':" ,E ..:.. ..., u-'Q'- sri? 1 v-E-RNA 'MARY l J H BRADY BRANSTETTER BRO DY Class of "Today We Follow" MARY BETH BUIE Through two window frames on the stage, the class attired in light blue and white sweaters, senior sweaters, marched into the aud to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstancen. Oopie Benson acted as Master of Ceremonies. Rhapsody in Blue on two pianos played by Ruth Dunbar and Mr. Harry, a Latin tango performed by Emma Kogle and Jimmy Harrison, a quartet composed of Lillain Herron, Gaylon Gothridge, Patty Porter, and Leona Gulcciardo singing "Whispering," a portrayal of the bathing beauties in the song "By the Sean done by Joyce Newcomer, Janice Newcomer, Yvonne De La Vergne, Ann Rossetti, and Leona Gucciardog a skit entitled. "The False on the Top-Notch Floor" f50 years agoj containing such talent as Donna May Ryan, Bette Richard, Lois Cramer, Diana Jameson, Marianne Edwards, Stewart Held, Ralph Emerson, Bob Hartman, and Russell Schoengarthg a facetious ballet featuring Annella Bassett as the dancing girl and Oopie Benson as the Sultan in the times of "Scheherazad.e"g and a humorousskit clone to the song "The Old Chaperonv by Bev Ford, Ron Heggland, Bob Binder, and Sid Bass, all combined to give a great program to introduce the Class of Winter '48, ELAINE ELLIE KATHY VTEUGENE BILL LOIS BETTY CARLA oi-when Urea BURROW CARR CORWIN cox CRAIG CRAMER caocman cUMM1Ns DAVIDGE oE Joam M ,-,, . -.,. , L - . ..-...,...,., auvmrws MMEKSUN MJINER FILIPTHNI FAIHCKINGER '48 N rr '- ""' BEVERLY YZROLAND GLENN FORD FORNACA Fox Janice Newcomer, carrying Il dozen red roses and attended by her court, was crowned queen of the second annual Winter Carnival. Her Senior Aye ar- tendants were Elaine Burrow and Marilyn Monahan. Nor.l1 Hollywood Parl: was the rendezvous where picnic- hungry seniors dined on hot dogs and ice cream. After the food, the cnergetic seniors indulged in relay races, dashes, and obstacle races fwith hurdlesl. Mixed teams of boys and girls played a reasonable facsimile of foot- ball. fAll cuts and bruises were entirely unintentional., ' 4,1 I ' 1'. LANE Mrrzr mvm L MARY FRIEND FRYE GARSHFIELD UIANNULLI CLASS OFFICERS: Gerry Stake, secre- tanryg Ann Hossctti, trvzlsurc-rg Don Puglia, pn-,aiclvntg Ann Muucllin, vice-president. .rovcw - DIANA v A v as Q GAYLON PAT 12 A RBARA LA VONNE C' 'ERIE LEONA JACKIE GLQRIA G1 ESE GLICKMAN GOTHERIDGE GOURLAY GRAND GRATNER GREENE GUCCIARDO HAMMOND HARDY HARRIS HARR15 nun L ul-ut A MMM- --.ma ..--new D SEALBEARERS NANCY BAIR Lots CRAMER BETTY CROCKER CARLA cUMM1Ns T YVONNE DE LA VERGNE RUTH DUNBAR xxnv L- A-Lana --, Y-- 6., , 4 5 gf X 2? .A W we-,. -. zfi lin n i' V I -gt ' va - DAVID O SOB 1 7 DIANA H1cKs Hrizsorr JAMESON s E N N 1 o R C O U N C, i l I Front Row: Ron Heggeland, Mary Beth L Buie, Ann Maudlin, Betty! Edwards, Oopie Benson, Marilyn Mona an. Row 2: Ann Rosetti, Diana Glickman, Don Paglia, Ralph Emerson, Gerry Stake. "Chinatown" was the theme of the prom given by the senior B,s for the senior A's on the night of January 17. Dancing to Stanley Carle's orchestra, eating rice cakes under the Chinese decorations, streamers, and dim lights will be some of the treasured memories of the class of W '48. On the Sunday before graduation, the class gathered for the traditional Vesper Service, arranged by Stewart Held and Lillian Herron and directed by Don Paglia, featuring the Boys' and Girls' Glce Clubs, and the orchestra. Solos were sung by Ruth Dunbar, Kathy Corwin, and Ralph Emerson. Readings were given by Don Paglia and Stewart Held. LEONARD ALBERT DOLORE-S HARRY NORMA DON ANN MAXINE BURTON RICHARD MAUDLIN MAXWELL MICHAELSON MILLARD LOWE LOWRY MCCONKEY MCKIM MAGILI. MARSH ., wx t ': Z?" " 1' q xx . N :" ' ., ' .,,,. , L.. Q ik -: , ,..,- --::::,1 , ff 'i" 3 ,xi f' ' Kiwi 'lf -sf A Q. til D f- A E -. S. N Q.A tt . A W , ---,, N X MARILYN MARILYN CLARIS JANICE DWIGHT LARRY GLORIA DEXTER MODGLIN IWONAI IAN MURRAY NEWCOMER ORUTT PAPAZIAN PARKER PARRIOT SEALBEARERS E BETTY EDWARDS P ROBERT FWE-INER A 35 H DIANA JAMESON gif DELORES MQCONKEY g D , E JANICE NEWCOM-ER Y g N is B RICHARD SCHNEIDER N1 E 'F' BARBARA REYNOLDS tak I CARLA SUE CUMMINS A NNETH ii N PEDLER S FAITH ROBERTS AWARD I CARLA SUE CUMMINS Dun Puglia, .lm1ir'i- NEWl'4llllC1', Luis Crzmier. Bob Feiner Don Paglia, class prcxy, presided at the banquet and after the meal A, Y t fveal cutlets, etc.l Joyce Newcomer read the class prophecy and Bob Binder, 'I from his "Crooks Manual", prophesied the future to the class of W '48. . Bob Hartmen, accompanied on the piano by Patty Porter, sang "Tempta- U tion." Mrs. Garner and Miss Randolph gave their farewell speeches, and A I,,:::. . Q' I Don Paglia received the class gavel. lliggagn ECIQEIQTTI Last farewells were given at the "Farewell Assembly" on the Tuesday before graduation when the W '48 -class for the last time sat in the reserved section and Bob Hixson turned his executive office over to Alan Pierce. Nick Alex read the class history from the B10 to graduation, and Don Paglia handed the class key and privileges over to the Senior Bee prexy, Dick Williams. rv '57 BARBARA RETTYE ARLENE KATHRYN IUCYNULIJS ILIUHARD IIICIITER RIVKIN MARIANNE NINA JOE ANN ROBEY RODIONOFF ROSSELLI ROSSETTI lU5S!S.L"1.'J. Ii IAIY o:xIuunIw I CHETSON GERRY DON STAFFORD STAKE STANG- 1 get rl . A 5 I QSMSQ S Wt Pit A .V,.,.,,,. A1AA " " .,..,1 , :-- ' K , , f x ,wg ' '-re:-::: -J" - , LEE JEAN TED STEVENS TAIT TODD wv.I.u.--..-- ,,-,Y-, NOT PICTURED BARBARA BOWEN PAT BULGIER BARBARA MARSH FRANK SCHOENGARTH HOWARD YOUNG GRADUATIN G VETERANS PAUL DAVIDSON CHARLES FAULKNER GORDON FREUND ROBERT GOURLAY EDWIN HAWKINS CARL HENNEMAN KENNETH JONES OGDEN MILLS DONALD PORTER HERBERT PRITCHARD WILLIAM SCHAFEJR i r Barbara Reynolds, retiring Commissioner of Service, presented Shirley Kramer with the Cloak of Service. Don Paglia presented Mr. Frasher with the class plaque, and Kathleen Corwin sang. Carla Sue Cummins was announced as the winner of the Faith Roberts Award. Richard Schneider recited the class motto followed by the Senior Ayes relinquishing their section to the Senior Bees. The class song, written by Ruth Dunbar, was sung by the Senior A's followed by the Senior B farewell song. The strains of "Aloha" filled the and as the graduating seniors marched up the aisles. And as old Father Time opens the gate, It's so long and good luck, XVinter Class ,48. This day, Thursday, january 29th, commencement exercises for the graduating class of Winter 1948 were held in the auditorium of North Hollywood High School. Class Recessional, Presentation of the Colors, The Star Spangled Banner, Invocation, Presentation of Ephebians, Roll Call, Awarding of Diplomas, the School Hymn and Recessional were contained in the program which marked a new era for the class of '48. "Today we follow, tomorrow we lead." k' Idfjg! X fix Afx, MVOQmW'V f fg fx A 2 ,K ' Q jf wicfjykgkf 1 'AJJV ASQ , , , ,Aw A. Q 11 2 9 Q 4 .,,r6,k.il.. x ' I R x Qp f W. 4..vlvwf4da- , , we A ..-Q-,M Y f 'z:V1+,.':4r'1.z.KirzwW.,,Rg,,, -iw X, 4 , DV A fx 1 Fi-Q39 N X 1 ww 'Bhd W , , lr Q M' X A . Q- Left to right: Commissioner of Safety Delores Brown, Student Body Secretary Alan Pierce. Student Body President Bob Hixson, Vice-President Janice Newcomer, Treasurer Dick Forbath, President Boys' Credit Board Stan Klein, Commissioner of Athletics Alan Canfield, Commissioner of Service-Barbara Reynolds, Senior A President Don Paglia, I , Y i C I President of Girls: League Joyce Newcomer, Commissioner of Publications Lorraine Stick ney. President of Girls' Cred-it Board Olive Davis. Commlssioner of Girls Athletics Betty Crocker, Faculty Advisor Mrs. Snyder, Commissioner of Scholarship Marvin Franklin. Senior B President Dick Williams. President of Boys' League Ted Hart, COI'!lIIllSS.Oll9T of R.O.T.C. Bob Feiner. BOB HIXSON ALAN PIERCE Student B'ody President Student Body Secretary fhe winter Student Co'unci1 'ccomplished much toward. 1:1- ,roving North Hollywood. Mmny successful dances were held, and .ands were appropriated for up- nolstering the seats in the main hall, glancing a. slanting board aroun the trophy case to pre. vent cluttering of books, add furnishing the Madrinas and Ilscuderos with sweaters sup- plied by the school. DICK FORBATII , IANICE NEVVCOMER Student Body 'I'rc'us1ircr Student Body Vice:-President Abraham, Adamsak, Affleck, Alsdorf, Anthony, Applehe, Bache. Bair, Bartlett, Bass. Bauer. Binder, Bohn Botkin Brunaugh, Buckley, Carpenter, Carson, Gallis, Channy. Castellow, Costello. Crumley, Cunningham, Curry, De La Vergne, Dickey, Donahue, Durning, Eckels Edwands, Emerson, Ferrell, Fletcher, Ford, Frantz. Gifford. Glennie, Godwin, Gunnell. Hand Hansing, Henry, Highfill, Hill, Holzer, Isaacson. Johrson, Kearns, Kelly, Kessler, Kelly. Key Kin Knettles Kruger Kyne Langford Lawrence La Cava Laughlin Liddle. Lee, Lolito 8. . A . . , . . . Lt :, M. McCur.dy, J. McCurdy. Mann. Mahler, Makes, Mayfield, Mills, Milider. -Moody. Nach- ue man, Nelson. Niles. Nye. Parson, Phillips,.Perk1ns, Radermacher, Richards, Rider, Robbins Robertson, Rockwell, Rotsel, Ruick, Rosettl, Sandusky, Schembri, Shegiherd. Skinner, B, Smith G. Smith, Spear. Stehlic. Strudwick, Soll. Storment, St. John, Suffin, wan, Taylor, Thompson Tiernay, Topp, Valdez, VBHEWPIS, Wahlrobe, Wanek. Weckbaugh, Williams, Wolters. Wyman. l STA N KLEIN , , , , , Kenny Lever, Bill King, Don Paglia, Mr. Lewis, advisor, BUYS flfvflll l3U1lffllfl'5lflf'flt Stan Klein, Bob Dingilian and Don Taylor A new credit system was initiated this semester, with the transformation of the Girls' and Boys' Courts into Credit Boards under the leadership of Presi- dents Olive Davis and Stan Klein. Rep- resentatives are elected according to spe- cific grades: one for the tenth grade, two for the eleventh, and three for thc twelfth grade. : x . N 5 . A a -sts Q . ww X. X. . ' 'xt . -' ' . - N ' 5, Mig L L Left to right: Mary Jane Donegan, Suzie Gifford, Bott Sue Curntcii, ,, , OLIVE DAVIS Put Fitzslmmons, Betty Edwards, Olive Davis, and Mary Bnrtd. Girls Credit Board President Ten Stanton, Ted Hart, Dick Shea, Alan Canfield, Fred- Holzer, Dick Laughlin, Dick Williams, Chuck Knettles. X JOYCE NEWCOMER Girls' League President GWLS Bingvillites enjoyed many ac- tivities sponsored by the Boys' and Girls' Leagues during the winter '48 semester. Among these were the Winter Ca r n i va l, dances, football movies, and the Punch and Judv fashion show. TED HART Boys' League President BOYS Left to right: Janice Newcomer, Marilyn Lidle, Lea Taylor, Yvonne d L V J N W' d' K B tt Ric ard Bett e a erne, oyce ewcomer, in le ey, e y . y Crocker, Olive Davis, Lorraine Stickney, Delores Brown, Mary Crocker, Barbara Reynolds, Jean Cunningham. RALLY coMM1ss1oN SERVICE COMMISSION Loft tn right: Dirk Bnnrl, Lui:-i Krzuner, Barbara Reynolds, Mary of-kfer, Mary Juno Ilum-gall, Linus Long. SAFETY COMMISSION Left to right: .Ielean Pierre, Frvd Margolin, Bill Eiies Delores Brown, Coinxnisslmier ipvvking out of windows! Kathy Corwin, and Frances Laken. H-U-S-K-I-E-S, yea Huskies. was heard many a noon during thc se- mester of W'48, as the Rally Commit- tee led Bingvillites in their tradition- al school yells in preparation for the Friday games. Amid this clash of noise, many intellectual students were fretting over the Safety Slogan Con- test, sponsored by the Safety Com- mission, or perhaps some were worried over the prospect that the Service Commission might be adding their service points incorrectly. SERVICE as its main duty. Front Row: Rodger Wineland, Kenny Wolters, Bob Hosking, Dick Remender, Rex Castellaw, Glen Storment. Second Row: Perry Botkin, Jack MCCUUCY. Harold Tomkins, Jack Turk. Harold Friedman. Third Row: Frank Koe, Bob McClay, Ben Swartz. Jim Murtland. .If-rry Carpenter, president. Front Row: Fisk, McDermott, McDermott. Boqueta, Inouye, Potratz, Kirkwood, President Bachrack. Blanchard, Zuckerman, Thomp- son Colaianni Phillips Row 2' Ma Dillman Dunbar Sexton Cairns, Kennedy Wertz Brigham, Lazenby Lushing Olsen Zimman Kurland Feijoo. Scott.'Estelle, 'Youngm'an, How 3: Ifincher, 15etereit,,Roman, Clark, S. White, Allard, Huvensrliith, Fonts, Coray, Anderson, D: Brown. Advisor Mrs. Crouch, Selan, Silvera, Browne, Gullord, Weitekamp, McDaniel, Rowe, Lannon, Frantz, Floore. This club, for tenth grade boys interested in doing service for the school LOS SERENOS 9 took .charge of the cloors in the main building and Frasher Hall during lunclm LAS AMITAS Getting a late start because of lack of a sponsor, the Las Amitas, tenth grade service club, set tables for school banquets. LUBS LAS DONCELLAS The eleventh grade service cluh, l.as Don-Cellas, performed its duties in the cafeteria lines and lvooths, ushered for the school play and Vespers, and at Christmas time entertained a nursery school hringing the chil- dren the delights and spirits of Christmas. LOS CAMPEONES Los Campeones, the eleventh grad-: boys' service club, worked in the cafeteria and ushered at noon movies. Service points were awarded according to amount of serv- ICC. Front Row: tseatedjz Dux1Houver. Don Brooks. Herb Levin. See-und Rqw: President Linus Long, Charles Magill. Fred Goinwlmi, Bob Hertz. Alan Light. Third Row: Darwin Smith, Doniiniek Susi-a, Fred Margolin. Larry Allardyee. Floyd Cohen Art Soil. sg f 1-neg---.e Front Row: Marilyn Merz, Clara Tripp, President Mary Crocker. Joanne Raderinavker, Sally Miteliell. Jann- Milhaupt. Betty Davis. Row il: Erla Wulfsen, Jean Cunningham, Virginia MeQuuwn. Dolores Valdez. Naney I-Iateh. Ann Lawrence. Row 3: Mary .lane Dunegan, Pliylis Lykins, Joan Vosburg. June- Vosburg, Daisy Pfund. Alice Yuunnt-y Hat:-h, Ann Lawrence. Ruw 3: Mary Ann Kerans, Judith Anthony, Marlene Branstetter, Virginia Sehokal, Harriet Caine. Jean Heinemann, Margaret Young. l l MADRINAS This senior honor service organiza- tion ushered at assemblies and decorated the Christmas Tree in the main hall at Yuletide. Social affairs included a din- ner and a banquet. LOIS CRAMER Madrina President Front Row: Lillian Herron, Diana Glickman, Bette Richards, Lois Cramer, Ann Maudlin. Mary ri Robey. Row 2: Patty Lou Porter, Lorrie Robertson. Barbara Reynolds, Betty Highfill, Betty Sue 'men. Lorraine Stickney, Windie Key, Evelyn Hapllock, Gloria Olson. Row 3: Yvonne De La Vergne, 'ce Newcomer, Mrs. Sallee. Carla Sue Cummins, Shirley Kramer, Betty Crocker, Olive Davis, Betty wards, Gerry Stake, Helen Harker. ESCUDEROS This senior boys' honorary service lub served as auditorium guards and 'as often called upon to 'help solve Ir 0 bl e m s arising throughout the chool. A dinner and a banquet were icluded on the special agenda. Front Row: Harvey Bell, Don Paglia, Stewart Held, Dick Bond, Joe Roselli. Row 2: Larry Miller Bill Seletos, Jules Kates, Stan Klein, Marvin Frankl n, Dick Forbath, Glen Waldron. Row 3: Alan Pierce. Bud Smith, Johnny Riley, Ted Hart, Hubert Schmieder, Dick Williams, Gene Bordy. Row 4: Ted Stanton, Bill King, Bob Hixson, Fred Bauer, Jim Kuh. DICK BOND Escudero President . L1 an ' Q if M11 scholastic honor organization which This organization served its school BV organizing the paper clrive in December and directing rho clean-up cainpnign. Hstick the Paper.-' LETTERMANS CLUB lfvont Rim II. Iii-ll. I'iw-faniviit Si-le-ings, l'11'l'1'Q-, XVQ-IIS, Hiinli-r, l'nn1'h Smith. Row 12: T11-':ii'l0. Hissolipg. lim-ld. Knits-:. Il:n'I, 1':inl'nI1I, King, Hal:-y, l"nrhnlli, liill'I'b'i, Mfn'sv. It-vw fi: Ilingilinn, l"ris-nil, O. Rviisvii, Holm-i', Hiwilis, .I. l-If-inn-It S4-liiiin-il:-i', Klii-nl li Iii-nnn-lt, ltofwlli, Voisn. Iii-w -1: 'I'n-riiziy, .lm-ksoii. Horcly, islljlfl. Shvn. IQEINVIUIS, H. Smith, HEIIIUV. VV:ul1ll'nni, fllnll:-n1l'. Aki-iwwllmi. Asnnnw, I-Inir. Bnmis. E. HZIIHY, Ii. H:im'l'. Be-vslvy, H, Boll. Bvrlin. Ri'i,:'ish, Hroiilai, Hiwvtlie-i's, H. Brown. M. Brown, Hlll't.Ll'l', 4'IllIIl', l':ililwn-ll, L':ii'in:in. Cziswvll. '4'lni'li, Uliinlsinith. Colm. 1'. Cook, Costs-llo. l'rnnn-i', Uiwvlu-i'. Uulli-n, Ciiininins, IM-tlvfsmi. iMrIl'l'l'. Ivnin-gnii, Din-in'ke-I. IJnnIv:n', lJllI'Illllg1'. iunslnii, Elilimlgv, Fish. Flnhvrty, Fnrhnlli. Fnrtim-, F. Fostvik Cwiiiiiiissiom-i' Frzink- lin, fliznninlli, Gzuielx-:4. Gnorhnziii, IJ. Gin-ii. iirivsiiig--i'. Gullorii. Ilxuilovk. H:n'ki-r. IJ. Ilnrrisnn, .I. Hurt, T. Hurt, Ilnlrh, Hawkins, Ile-ini-innn. Hr-riz. Highfill, Ilnnish, Horton, Hoskins, liuln-r, .lan-nlmsoii, .l:ni1eson. W. Jnnvs, Kzirinirv. Ki-siting. Ke-rznis. Kzissxirjinii K:-ri-hix'nl, Kiinhc-l', H. Killa. Kirkwooil, L. Iinwson, I.i-vvr. Il. L4-vin. H. Mzihlvr. R. Mahler, Ivlaingini. Marks, IMI:-Cmilwy, N. Mi'In- tnw-, M1'Killlil'j', Mi-Qnown, Mi-roln. Merz. A. Milli-r. H. Mliltll'. Mintz. Ne-hell. .lzinivo Nt-wi-oiin-r. Nivlwsoii, Neel, Ouslxul. P. i':ltt0l'S0ll R. Hilti-i'soii, A. l'ie-iwv, Rznnh-ls, Rzmr-y. Rankin, Rvyiinlils. Rnhortsim. Rockwvll. Rmia-i'iii:ii'l1oi', Iiogiiv. Saniks. S2lllllli4'I'S, Si-liaiho Svliin-isle-ig S1-iimlnl. Hvilllvtlv, Soils. Shzuloiny, A Shvzirnl, Sivklor, Silln-i'hoi'g, Bud Smith ll. Smith. J. Smith, S. Sonlaig. Snow, Stains' Sta-l'!'vii, I". Stewart. Stivkney. Sturm, M. Tnylnr, Juno Voshurgr, Tripp. VVzitson. VVvi'tz. SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Thi- scholarship society is nn coaches studs-nts in diftiicuit suh- jvrts. A iiorinni inthiction and n hzinquvt higliliglm-ii rhc tvrin un- Livr Advisor Mrs. I.. Rosen. W. We I -,s, A lick Williams, Allen Esuh, Jack Marks, Harold Gray. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Blending voices to sing fine music, the Girls' Glee Club participated in the Bach Festival and Christmas program, sang at the Kiwanis Club, and participated in .1 musical assembly. BOYS' GLEE CLUB The Boys, Glee Club sang in the Bach Vestival, Christmas program, and at Senior Vespers besides par- ticipating in a music assem- bly for the Student Body. -.A-... 5:2 9521: 1 FJ 5325 -4 , 5255? 335 UF? OC E Ugg' Eznq 5' :vs KU ' P353 , -,T -awiff' : 65? A, - 'Hf!'Yf-.3 FU 95' 295: H5557' -,le - rn EUSEUUS 5 Wg? Z '1 :Sify 5252 .-SV ru 'D E '1 'fgigm :r"' ZU:U so Fm '4 to 5515 O: A -503 'USMC ro 075' - 3 Fr' QE , O EE? gag? wglrvg gas: :cgi 5552? 2 35 5510-- "USN c'om,.,. Ps-- U2 Www? 25:5 EE 5,223 QF 3 sw Off :qc- EZS5-N, A f'D-5'L.- Front Row: McCann. Cartenser, Gunnell. Donegan, Merz, Porter, Zuckerman, Sells, Tantlinger Piazza, Wilberg, Crassweller, Kyne. Row 2: Corwin, Duid-ley. Mayfield. Lang, 0'Meara, Isziucrsoli, Franke Pendleton, Taylor, Key, Jacobson, Halley, Mann. Row 3: Te-achout, Stephenson, Spangrude. Niblack, Bair uavis. Harker, Pfund, Murra , Querra, Hartman. Row 4: Rotsel, Ric-ha.x'dson, Brady, Edwards, Munster Bryant, Murphree, Sykes, White, Nickson, Shepard. Ali-x, Ami:-lsvm, H. Amis-rs+vn, L. An.'l'w-rsw11,4', Hrrrwn. IIur'kh:n't, Uallios, Fluppe-r, Uulwn. Guia, Funk. lxunlmr, Im,-ki-1-, Est:-iii, l'i4lW'Jll'llSlIlI, l"1'I'l'4'll4 Fl'-4-lwfmd, Fowl. Fnstvr, Grzmt, Gl'isin01', Hixsun, D. .lurk- vn, l'. .luhns1m, Km-hle-V, Iaimiis, In-vy, Nl1'llllj'I'1', A Muxwvll, M, Mzixwvll, .I. Naylor, Nunmilly, I'vru11n0t. li:-rf-4-, l'nll:m, l'r'e-ssl:-y. Hww'lvy. J, SK'll1vl'!Il.1JlI'lll, Sf-hui-tzcn-, Smitngi, Sll'ilSSOI', R, Taylor, Thunizxrs, '1'im'n:1y. ll'i4-lsvli, Whiimsm, J, Vvlllllllllt-5, F, Wurlh, TREBLE CLEF Tlw Trvlwlc Clcf is Fl singing group for lowvr division girls. Ir participated in the I'.'F.A. program, and carollvd in the halls at Cfliristmas. ORCHESTRA The OI'ChESfl'3, Sl1OSVlI1g grfilf Pl'OgI'CSS under its new director Mr. Dominic Di Sarto, supplied musical arrangements for the fall play, graduation, vespers. and played at the Kiwanis Club. Front Row: Vuiiiloliiimlw. llllhilvll. Sivvlv, lIu:'i::li. Cnlaiunni. Row 22: T4-rn-limit, Bennett, Blive-11. LaBuus Munro, Taylor, Sunluvl, Dunhzlr. M!'CllI'll3'. Row 31 Flotcllvr, Silvv1'n1:m, N:-lsun. lwlzirvus, Altshulc, McKf91 Wffrtz, Hope. Estelle: Catlin, Smiley, MvNultv. Iliggirs. J. Smith. Wulf. Row 'I' Pimlott, Szxlifuwl. 'Wygzmt Pelllyilri, Robert:-, Bl:-hup, Scott, flllllllll, Ixnuwlvs. lluml, Godwin, Chuplivk, Kmmun, Pimwv. Ixrxuxwr, hunlmr Il, Eiiwursis. Ottenfeld. Pvtexsoix f so s -. Q' s.,s , , X - , X s . p , s f . s "1': r s a - -... f"' X ' p , .,.-::: 1 ' i , if' X - N 5 Ll., x '::: Q ---:,:-:- cr T . s 335515 -.,..:.' . .fi - 5 " Q ', , A:,. i .h 6 q, r X mfg.. ..,r,ir,rssr E , i 7 N Iqqlq ss , , , , ...sr , Q 3. ssl 1, sss' mf ef ...., r q . S 6 si sk x g N"-,' EE? N 1 A WGRLD FRIENDSHIP The World Friendship Club is a branch of the State Federa- tion of World Friendship Clubs whose purpose is to acquaint the members with the customs and languages of other countries and promote friendship. Pictured at Left: Front Row: Sharon Spears. Ruth Asimow, Sharon Hoskins. Peter W'lb D eds Charles Brill, Strudwick, Helen Teachout, Gayle .Huber. Second Row:' 1 ur e .'. 1 Jerry Harris, president, Joyce McKinney, Dick Owen, Alvin Andelson, Jim Harma. Picture Above: Row 1: Christensen, McCurdy, Wrightson, Frenn, Fox, Smith, Ros selli, Waldron, President Dean, Murakami, Sanders, Keller. Row 2: Advisor Mr. P. Grace Sl G Elliot, Swan, Thompson Vandenburgh, Wrankle, Harward, Tantlinger, aas, runow, Hufford, Emma, Vitale. FUTURE FARMERS The purpose of the Future Farmers of America is to develop ,compe- tent, aggressive, rural, and agricultural leadership. Dean and Shuler at- tended the State Convention, Wright and Rosselli placed first in the San Fernando Fair, and Frenn, Kane, Rosselli, and Fox won F.F.A. awards based on active participation. Bill Frenn also won first place in the city oratoriical contest. ART CLUB The Art Club is an honor club for "A" art students. In a con- test held among the members, Larry Goodman placed first, Glenn Storment second, and Roy Keefauver third. l'iut1n'r-d ul tha- Right: Front Ruw: 'Tr:1v.s llurmlsmi, Larry Goodman. Second Row: Eleunur Bi:-vlnnp, Pr:-:4i4lvnt Wesley Cook, Ronald l'utte1'r-um, Wuyne Brown. Mr. J. NVr.ght, mlvlnur. 'I'hird Row: tilt-n Stornu-nt, lmris Watsml. Juyve Mintz. Second Now: Fred lnurgolm, Joyce Uhus, Adrienne Skellenger, Lvatrive Levin. Mar- HARLEOUIN CLUB The Harlequin Club is for all students who want a chance to act and learn more about drama. Casting, presentation of plays, and a Mothers' Tea constituted the semester's activities. Picture Below: Front Row: President Dee Brown. Shirley Hihbits. Rhmlu Petrusson Front Huw: Lnwrvm-u, Luwsnn, Suindnn. John:-mn. R. Grant. Row 2: Isaacson. Zuvkormmi, K'rm'k1-r, Mita-lu-ll, I., Grunt. Sullivan, Salzman, Keating. Row 3: Peterson. l'1n'sla-y, Svlwknl, Mf'Kinm-y, Liu-1-, In-vin, Waite. Row 4: White, Cullen. Kramer, Wolfsen. I'r1-Hillunt Pnl l5lllf.flf'I'. MASOUETTES Application of "grease paint" for participants in the school play, Christmas program, and assemblies was handled by the members of thc Masqucttes. guret Kim-her. fs. -and ie Mgiws- Ns? viii 'Q "95.,'Q,g. tags- Crew: Front Row: Buddy Clark. Dick Windmiller, Bill Bose. Jim Dona- Second Row: Don Hammond. Bill Yamano, Don Welch, Carla Cummins, Dick '1, Frank Hirks. Mr. G. Funk, Ben Bluem. STAGE CREW Under the direction of Mr. Gordon Funk, the stage was completely painted, rebuilt and repaired, new curtains added, and sets for the fall play constructed. The crew manages curtains and lights for all performances on stage. SOUND CREW The sound crew operated the amplifier at football games, noon movies, as- semblies and for noon records. The crew is made up of volunteers and is advised by Mr. Sebelius. PROJ ECTICDN CREW The projection crew, alias Los Cines, is a group of volunteers who run edu- cational films for class room use. The organization is trained and advised by Mr. Alexander. . w .2 iw Sound Crew: Steinle Corbin, Eugene Hayes, Don Griswold. Burton Michaelson, foreman. Projection Crew: Front Row: Lloyd Brown, Dick Shea, Herb 'Berlin, Bi Flynn. Second Row: Wilbur Deeds, Floyd Allen, Ronnie Ruston, Sid Bass, M Alexander, advisor, Eugene Fortine, president. ,X ,kk A .3 ,aikf X: .. ' 'f ' 1 f A 415 I if 3 4 Q 15' M 9 , P if f 43 1' 5 ly 1f Q JA ,fn I ,, ac., Q 'gif X MX ,f f 'z , 5. A X A MV, ff gwig - 5-447' ,pu - vw z- .,,' mummuruf-x .. -' 4 . g 3 X g, 43s.wv?gj Q Maw 7' X 'Aww .W ,v,,n, K 'U' . X bw :gg xb X as M Q if Q E QM , ,K . WM ,f'M,Iw4"llwf 44? A , ww .ka I 'vw mx - XX X 12 5 ew Xsxgfbff, X X Ki sl--J Q., C .QA X S wlij E as S MQ W wx A mSkfX- ss: X X - S :,- I :M W XXX X km NX-X X ' K X M I nys?-x FXX sw x Y Xfp wiifgx X X 5 ww-ENN ' XX sub- X X- 5 3 5 - X H X N Q X XQXXSXX sw X S- X X Q X- X n X15-X Qisg- TX-NS X CES '- ' -X W .- X Xi., -XMYLX XX SXX- - 'N' K X XL X SEXY if? gxi-5' A 5' x K X X -X X-R, X5 Sufi X .... 3 NNXXQ Nyyq W X X X X X x Ar ' N Q-SS X K X AN X XX X L X X SSwf,S Swsgivvk p Q XX .V H1994 R-X 3 , X x Q X XXX' SX A Xl X QXXXS Q 1 5 QS: Xxx XXX HEADQUARTERS COMPANY First Row: Al Adams, Jim Shimn, Louis Ferrel, and Jerry Harris. Second Row: Bod Brodsky, Chuck Brose, Jim Swigert, Paul Trietsch, Dick Landis, and Bill Yamano, Third Row: James Wildman, Phil Griffin, Wes- ley Cook, Dick Boos, Mr. DiSarro. Fourth Row: Lin Parsons, Neal Kohler, Martin Baer, Ben Strasser, Ed Booker, George Brown, Felix Palazzo, Walter Beaudoin, and' Ted Larrussen. STAFF The R.O'.T.C. has really done itself proud in the last three se- mesters and has reason to expect even greater results in the future. It 'has shown this in more ways than one. An example of this is the Honor School award bestowed by General Mark Clark of 6th Army Headquarters. This made the student body very proud of its unit, and the unit proud of itself. Since the unit's beginning a year and a half ago, a tremendous amount of progress has been made in everything undertaken. Most prominent, however, is the precision of the unit as a whole. One activity of the R.O.T.C. that rates high with the cadets is the ever-popular sem-annual military ball. This occasion is always quite festive, and this semester,s was no exception to the rule. The R.O.T.C. trains the cadet in leadershi , militar courtes , and P Y Y discipline, three of the most important characteristics to be built up in a cadet. BATTALION OFFICERS First Row: Robert Feiner, Ted Todd, and Graham Rider. Second Row: Instructor Sgt. Joe Cash. Jerry Lapin, Manny Nebel. Walt Keeshr-n, Bill Grant, Alvin Tierrel, and Instruc. Vit' Bates. Third Row: Ken Kaiser, Jerry Vfestlake, Instruz-. Ralph Clapp, Bob Bunce, and Jerry Freeman. s 1 i First Row: Robert Feiner. Teil' Todd. Louis Ferrel, Richard Swift, Lyle Crawford. Graham Rider. Jerry Lapin, Manny Ni-bel. and Walt Keeshen. Second Fow: Rivharcl Schwartz, Owen Marsh. Bill Guthrie, Dave Garshfif-lil, VVa1ter Bergmann. Jerry Harris, Ronald Gil- liam, Al Adams, and .lim Shinip. COMPANY "A" Fig-H1 Row: Turn tire-T35 Hull Lockhart, Carl llansun, Rirli:u'.d' Swift, have Har:-xlifielel, Uwe-n arrlh, Sandy Brnwn, Stanley Ilanwlu, Jimmy llewf-H. Sm-mill Rvnw: Kenny l':u'f'. 74111 llllllfk CIHLFUH RUW0- W1l!'fl l'0la-iwiri, and Hill Svlniltz. Tllirml Row: Allan Esvli, Henry Cnia. Eugene I"urtim-, Huh l"arnswurtli, .lim Ranrlels, Lee Ja.:-obs, Gerald Qniilh, Stanley Curliin, lim-rnarnl lierkert, anal' Al Luwery. COMPANY "B" First Row: Peter Phillips, DeHugh Davis, Lyle Crawford, Howard Sehwartz, Manny Nebel, .Inhn VVeder. and Ernest Norman. Second Row: Jon Gardey, Al Perez, Wayne Brown, Stanley Guttsegen, Mirkey Hart- man, Bill Arrher. Frank Richman. Stanley Grnoney. Dale Burger, Stewart Reed. and 'Tom Jolnisnn. Third Row: Harold- Barh, Jack Reddivk. Aliitiiw-w Graf, Erwin Title, Bill Currie, Bub Wilson, Don Marsh, Ronald lwtc-h, Jerry MvKilJbun, Jimmy Ragland. ' T . .., ' . w it COMPANY "C" First Raw: Runald Gilliam, Bill Knnhlnrk, Bill Guthrie. Serunri Raw: Ernie Phillips, Ed Gray, Lnren Ehersule, Ilershel Ellis, Bah Weigle-. Ernest Kinns, Leonard Street, Al Perez, Bill Win.+lihani, Wayne Sandy. Marlowe Baker, Dave Van Nostrand, and Genrge Wales, Third Raw: Rnswe Loarli, Bah VVhitelaw, Smith Shadorny, Rnnald Marley, Bula Ripley, Harry Smith. Fred Ghezzi. Stewart Haas, Bud Jnse, Larry Berlin. Fourth Row: Dirk Allen. Walter Metralf. Flnyd Allen. Mason Nvlsnn, Eli t'lietwnml, Kendrick Sweet, Harold Hildreth, Lonnie Griner. Hull St, Louis, Bah Quinnv, and Dun Meline. IW 'WDM iii, .Q ws. W! we SNOW FUN 1. Kathy and Bill 4. Snow QllC'L'l1S 7. Mun shortage 10. Nancy and Crnhnnl 12. Donnn nnnl Pat 2. Sitting prctty 5. Liz and Toni 8. Yvonne and Bob 11. Bot that snow is cold! 13. Don't hit nic-, please! 3. Sharon and hor isnowj main 6. Lazy Mary 9. Smiles I in ,Aki , sg. W rs- N N K mmm ww G.A.A. CABINET Frant Row: Mary Jane Donegan, Helen Harker, President Betty Crocker, Kathleen Schabo, Marilyn Abraham. Scond Row: Carla Cummins, Evelyn Conrad, Margie Lyons. Under the direction of the cabinet, the North Hollywood Girls' Athletic Association sponsored a play day in which the Verdugo Hills, Eagle Rock, and Canoga Park GAA's par- tizipated. The cabinet also headed all committees that organized the semi-annual banquet of which the theme was "Knitting.,' BOYS' ATHLETIC COMMISSION ALAN CANFIELD OOPIE BENSON BOB HIXSON STAN KLIEN BILL SBLI-:Tos MB. 1. HOLT COACH SMITH Under Alan Canfield, Commissioner of Ath- letics, the board delt with difficulties that came up during the season concerning sports. Athlete of the Semester Taking two championships, two seconds, a third and a fourth was the score sheet the athletes of winter '47-'48 sports posted at the season's end. The championships came from two smooth work- ing basketball teams, one, the Varsity team and second, the Cee casabas. The Varsity went through an undefeated league season while the Cees dropped a fine, first-round game to Verdugo Hills. The Bee basketeers and the featherweight Dees came through with runner-up positions in their competition, both teams being cau- tiously feared by all others in the Valley. On the gridiron a hard luck Varsity squad fell from a first place tie to fourth in the last game of the season while a fast, heavy charging Bee line opened the way for their Pup batckfield to grab a third spot in a tough lightweight league which saw every team mastered at least once. In general the teams had a good year and the athletes enjoyed the season. NICK ALEX To Nick Alex went the honor of being named Athlete of the Winter semester, distinguishing him as the finest citizen athlete in his class. Three years of stellar performances served as the founda- tion for Nick's selection as he -contributed his abilities to Bingville's credit in football, baseball, and track. Nick was always an inspiration to his team mates, especially in football, using his comparatively small frame to knock down the biggest and hardest running block- ers and runners in the league. Even as outstanding as his athletic ability was Nick's sportsmanship, and so a fitting honor was given to a well-fitted, well-rounded athlete, Nick Alex. Varsiiy Fooiball 'o ro zo 30 ulo Sfo G G HO 50 20 IO o X, ff' Q . A V vi i l in I I :,, X 1 3 A w e I 'E' if Q . 1, :, ' 5. .,,, . Qi , l --3 i w , x if 5 " Q , , 1 we o IO 20 310 HBO 5 O 4,0 C30 Z0 'O Ol Coach Harvey Nelson Doug Nachman Ed Newcomb Harvey Bell Stu Hall Bill Heiser Bill Knoblock Rod Sweet Ralph Mikke sen Jack Reddick Howard Mahoney Paul LaCava Bill King Bill Finnegan Ernie Chacon Bob Habi? Mort Schuman Buddy Clark Walt Ambord Bruce Bell Jim Byrd Gordon Crowley Chuck Ucker Herb Ber in Bill Schanbacher Roy Murakami Dick Wells Bob Clark Jack Langford Dick Welsh Bob Romero Rock Vandenburg Walter Stanfield Bill Seletos Nick Alex Marvin Schofield Willard Williams Henry Coia Cleve Rossetti Coach Francis Smith Rodney Peterson Bob McCaffery Lane Friend Bob Knight Dick Windmiller Al Sandusky Gordon Arford Dick Pointer Gene Boridy Jim Keller Ted Stanton Dick Ron.doni Larry Frazier Bill Graham JOHN SAWYEH C0-Captain BEE FCOTBALL iv - Uuwpg 3 9 ruaxuuu . I 4,6 I ' P 3 3 mrwris io PLAY 4 e b 4 A I-2,3 4-TOTAL' - Row Onv- Haskins Jackson Paglia Pa azian P dl ,. . . .. , . p , e er, Lever, Bond, Barbour Ross Fischer. Davey Curry Row 2' Coach Elliot Hill P tt , , . . , a erson, Leigh, Rankin. Myerson, Bone, Berry, liemender Moore, Gaddis, Forrester, Kaufman, Weaver. Row 3: Jackson, Foster, Deyrio, Bush, Ga larza, John son, Sawyer. Whizzin, Gordon Soll. Steele S h l ' , , c u tz, Powley. Row 4. Harris, Winzer, Amick, Tiernay, Turk, Jensen, Fish, Glouser, Leon, Light. Brody, McIntyre. Row 5: Mason, Rowe, Perry, Reagan. Romero, Welles, Grieslnger, Fink, Hartman, McGill, Susca, Webb. Row 6: Wilson, James, Thomas, Ciistellaw, Mahler, Smith, Rorbough, Gobbell, In the '47 athletic season a rugged, hard fighting Bee grid, ma- chine took to the field, co-captained by All-Valley lineman John Sawyer and Dean Rankin. Helping fill in the line was another All-Valley mar D' k B Cl ' ' ic ro y and Johnny Barbour, an outstanding guard, alongside of John Barry, Hal Harris, Kenneth Pedler and a host of other powerful men of the forward wall. In the hackfield were some fin e ball toters in the persons of Dick Bond, quarter, Kenny Lever half George Khoury, full and Don Paglia, half. , , One of their outstanding days .same in the San Fernando game when a Huskie pass connected on the first play for a touchdown. The conversion was made and from then on the game was scoreless ending in a 7-0 triumph for the Pups. These pups were a fine-spirited squad, they were tough and smart and liked the lc' reckoned with. game, U13 Ing them, HS usual, the team to he 'F yi' DEAN RANKIN Co-Captain Varsiiy ,W RALPH BAUER fi Q 4' W "f f': ff? e I fl' 91. " ' DON TAYLOR j S ! M7 IERRY SMITH f ' f X E A Q 0' 2 , .. I' v - f f Q I f x A XX v i BOB KEEFAUVER gl Q ,,.. .In :I ' A .fil .. I , IW 1..,- AI BOB HANSEN ,I g ' 0 DICK WILLIAMS E H WAYNE STEPHANOFF , ' -.... L 1 BILL HOLMES V A 5 'Q SM: , I f it f W XX N., f f B ask efb aye. 0, ! U ya gf 2 K 5 'bf' v Q T: V , sf f, X Xt! E 2 ,fm ,JJ , I BOB LOUCEE Buuczrz PERKINS .IOIIN RILEY AL PIERCE FRED IIOLZER TED HART CLAUDE REDICER COACH LUNDY CEE BASKETBALL E Row One: Jack Arnold, Jim Murtland, Jerry Carpenter. Leo Hissong. George Murakami, Ed Paulson, Coach Xanthos. Row 2: Herbert Levin, Richard Eaton, Dick Hatzer, Walter Reynolds, Bill Wells, Roger Murph. Row 3: Paul Callies, Gale Waite, Warren Grone, Dick Yamaslsiita, Bill Stockton, Larry Poston. The "Cee', team climbed to the top by nabbing the All- Valley cup at the close of the season. Ar the helm was Coach Xanthos, who guided his team to victory. Jerry Carpenter, top scorer of the Valley for the "C's", registered 114 digits to his credit. Leo Hissong aided capturing the title with his fine floor work, along with team mates Arnold, Paulson, Murtland, Hat- zer, Reynolds. Murakami and Wells. IERRY CARPENTER JACK ARNOLD A High-Point Mun C0'C11DU1iU DE E BASKETBALL Row One: Bob MCClay, Mel Title, Harold Tompkins, John ffomlin, Ray Smith. Coach Xanthos. Row 2,1 Roger Wineland, Peter Couzzi, Perry Botkin, Jack McCurdy, Joe Morigi. Led by such standouts as Johnny Tomlin and Vince Piazza, the Dee's came out seco Nuys, they rallied and fired by team mates, To A if W- gi . .,.-.... M2 f iii ,,.,, JOHN TOMLIN Captain nd at the final tabulation. Losing to Van returned to defeat Eagle Rock 23 to 21, mpkins, Smith, Couzzi, and McClay. COACH XANTIIOS "The Pluggeru BEE BASKETBALL In one of the most thrilling games of the se- mester, a stand out player known around Bingvilla as Stu Held, led the Pups to a 48-28 victory over Eagle Rock. Another fine game, and harder fought, was the slicing the Pups gave Verdugo Hills in il 40-32 win. Helping Stuie in the scoring throughout the season were Stan Klein and Bob Dingilian, the highest-point guards in the loop. These three fellows worked all season long on triangle plays with Stuie playing the post position. When all five men started flipping the ball they looked like a first class ball club. Dick Shea, the team's speedster, and Bob Hos- king, Tommy Caunch and Terry Morse were out- standing players on the court as were Mike I-Iibler and Glenn Storment at the season's close. As a unit the Bee Casabans worked the ball as well as any team in the city but the scoreboard only records points and nothing else. The end of the sea- son marked the tabulation books with 18 victories out of 20 in two rounds of league games. The only league defeats were to the championship-bound Van Nuys Wolves. Row Qne: Coach Lundy, Stewart Held, Bob Dingilian, Terry Morse, Tommy Claunch Stan Klein. Row 2: Dick Shea. Kenny Wolters, Mike Hib er, Bob Hosking Glenn Storment, Don Snow. Row 3: Don Smith, Bob Hansing, Don Lackey, Jack chramm STANLEY KLEIN STEVVAHT HELD CO-Captain CX?-Captain All-Valley Guard League- Iligli-Point M lu Varsity Foofball Bad breaks fouled up the Huskies all through the season dropping them in the final game of the season from a three-way tie for first place to the fourth spot. However, filling in some of the darker hours for the Huskies was Walt Ambord's spectacular back field play. Starting the sea- son as a right end Walt was called on to fill in the position of that great little star of the Huskie gridiron, Billy Seletos, who was injured in the Van Nuys melee. The outstanding ability of Nick Alex helped brighten the Huskie hopes and the fine play of all- valley Bruce Bell and his brother Harvey along side teammates Paul LaCava, Lane Friend, and Bill King highlighted Huskie play. Bob lVlcCaffery, bull-like charging fullback, was the plunger of the team and was assisted by hard-running Gene Bordy who used speed, strength, and courage in all his playing. Willard Williams, Bob Clark, Jim Keller, Marvin Schofield, and Stuart Hall were a section of the forward wall that cleared the way for the scampering backfield aces. The team was big, fast, and capable bu: they just didn't get the breaks. Varsl'ry Basketball After setting down an Eagle Rock five, 45 to 21, N.H.'s varsity men captured the coveted Valley League Basketball Championship with ten straight victories and no losses in loop play. Bingville's varsity, after ten victories, held a total of 515 points, an average of 51.55 per game. The Huskies had such an outstanding team that they had to have two first strings. Dick Williams was mentioned on the Helm's All-City third string. Also Ralph Bauer and Dick were first string All-Valley. A good scoring game for the Huskies was their 57 to 28 victory over the Canoga Park Hunters. In this game they opened the 1948 Valley League Basketball race in full swing. Still another very profitable game for the varsity boys was the game with L. A. The score ended 32 to 33, Huskies' favor. All through this season, the Huskie team has had an outstand- ing line of men including sutch names as Fred Holzer, Claude Rediger, Bob Keefauver, Alan Pierce, Jerry Smith, Wayne Steph- anoff, Bill Holms and john Riley. The two team system used throughout the season was always able to produce at least one hot quintet which could tear the daylights out of defending guards. With fine players and impressive scores the Bingville basketball season drew to a close. ' 41- . irls' fhlefic ssoc i ali o n Row Ono: Brown, lnolync-, Be-tty McDermott, Bonnie McDermott, Colianni, Merz, Donegan, Crocker, Flaherty, Morse. Jewetl, llosklng, F4-uf-r, Zwiniuoi-k, Inninnto, Nltta. Munzo. Troiano. Row 2: M. Naylor, J. Naylor, M. Taylor, Underwood, B. Mill:-r, S, Nr-lson, Huber, S. Boyce, Cuinv, Kalufatis, Laken, Hzullock, D, Green, Dolfer, Klinger, Allard, S. White, lluheni-unilh, Smile-y, Kyli-, Loomis, Row 3: Miss Sullivan, sponsor, Ale, Mahler, Pendleton. Drake. Wolf, Feijoo, Scales, Est:-Ile, Frimtz, J. Douk. Whltrnnn, M, Doak, Ruort, Reitz. Silvera. McDaniel. Abraham, Steele, F. Thomson, J. Reed. Ledger, Burrow, H. lflflwnrds, Hardy. Schuho, Joan Vosburg, I-If-ineman, Lykins, Mendez, Miss Mc-Geeney. Row 4: Mahoney, Nic-hols-1, llnurin, D. Shuw, Nic-koemn, Qullord, Kennedy. J. Boyce, Wertz, Zimman. Milhaupt. Pierce flighflll, lilU':Kf'l, M. Young, Gohevn, luverts, Sehror-k, Sunfondg ML-Quown. Burrell, Watson, Clark, Pfund, Downing, 'Q-tc-riti-, Fin-li, The objective of this organization is to build sound vigorous bodies. to teach and promote physical activities for recreation, and to promote wholesome social contacts through desirable physical activities so that standards of sportsmanship and cooperation may help all girls achieve 3 higher civic responsibility. EYELYN CONRAD .. HOCKEY CHAMPS Front Row: Betty Mahler, Ellen Kalifitis. Pat Hosking, Joyce Feuer, Nancy Haurin, catain. Nancy Jewett, Marion Taylor, Dee Brown. Second Row: Betty Highfill, Loyce NVhitman, Evelyn Hadlock, Helen Harker. Wilma Steele, .J elean Pierce, Marilyn Doak, Kathleen Schabo, Francis Laken. TENNIS CHAMP xi Q ' w w W ,, . ,.1 .. .,t.,5:.g,i... :..,-I:-W:.,V ,E XKAMN I may SPEEDBALL CHAMPS Loyce Whitman, Evelyn Had- lock, Nancy Jewett, Francis Lakin. Marilyn Doak, Marion Taylor. Betty Highfill, Jelean Pierce, Helen Harker, Joyce Feuer, Pat Hosking, William Stelle. Kathleen Schabo, Nancy Haurin. Center: Dee Brown. ,www DOUBLES CHAMPS EVELYN CONRAD MARGIE LYONS The sports offered this semester were speed- ball, hockey, and tennis. Grade captains for speedball were: B10 Pat Kearney, A10 Carlie Jacobson, B11 Judy Steffen, A11 Harume Mitta. B12 Betty Highfill, and A12 Elaine Burrow. Grade captains for hockey were: B10 Arlene Bauer and Pat Silvera, A10 Margaret Gullord, B11 Connie Alex and Daisy Pfund, All Pat Mahoney, and B12 Nancy Haurin. The A1Z's officiated. The Yell Leaders for this semester were Sally Boyce lheadj, Dianne Shaw, and Pat Kyle. This semester's activities included a Play Day at Fairfax High and one here at North Hollywood. The banquet, which is the high- light of the season, featured the awards of letters and stars. Those earning letters were Marilyn Abraham, Mary Jane Donegan, Doris Green, Juanita Goheen, Gayle Huber, Jean Heineman, Beverly Kline, Margie Lyons, Jane Milhaupt, Marilyn Merz, Dolores Mendez, Pat Mahoney, Hurme Nitta, Jelean Pierce, Dianne Shaw, Norma Schrock, Joan Vosburg, Loyce Whitman, and Margaret Young. First stars went to Harriet Caine, Marilyn Doak, Joyce Feuer, Phylis Lykins, Mary Ellen Nichols, and Pat Olsen. Second Stars were awarded to Dee Brown, Betty Highfill, Nancy Haurin, Helen Harker, Evelyn Hadlock, Nancy Jewett, Frances Laken, Betty Mahler, Wilma Steele, and Kathleen Schabo. Two girls received third stars: Betty Crocker and Betty Edwards. The highlight of the evening was reached when Betty Crocker, president of GAA, was proclaimed high-point girl. V a + i ,L Y H, V .532 ,. ,A 5-H ,V , Sjwffo 1 3 , W K9 .3 ..,. j , li. X , , H p -' ' 4.-' 54 .Y -yi-,Jg,p rf: Q' V .M ' , ' in ' . ,- ff. : 'fx '7 f ef V 'Wi i Rf' sm is 3,1 Q4 gif 1qi'4',,., U f f .ul M 'W 4 , 4 ,4 I f 1 Q LN A 4 ' . ' , . x ' 1 ' A W i ...,.: .,.,. Q ,, 2:1 i, T - p!:,:4:. ,j V, .:. ty ly 1, t Y MAQ MW, N3 xf,,z,fC4."ff ' 1 1 , ' 5 ' ' 1532 l1.' s.' 4:4 , M 4, 'S' fi e 13 , M , , ,P 'G ,wwf 14,5 , A . . . ,, 'JL Q :::.E.:. , at ,W ? fi . X W Wm? Q, X - f X Sims w A x .... X ' .....,.. Q Q- W M in rv aw M 0 Q -v an Q f SE? g x I , www was-AW mm ' -1 SID BASS BETTY MAHLEB VAN HIRST MARY CROCKER Wlllifff Edlwf Summer Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor A city regulation specifies the type or E1 Camino cover and number of pages, but many important changes were made by the staff, including the decision that the annual would be divided into two se:- tions: one winter and one summer, and b-: bound on the narrow side. Vffith the stu- dent body mounting to 2000, a stiff cover and 112 pages were allowed. A dust jacket furnished additional means, besides sales, for publishing an El Camino. BOB MCCLAY Manny NEBEL DON BROWN FLOYD ALLEN Staff Photographer Q i l L LOUISE WAITE LYNN SLATER NOEL DIXSON ROSYLE TRUITT BOB AKERS " 12- if-sa: ,,..., I kiwi XF M Xrwlxlh ix' tx , ii A , Y ' r 1 s 'J i s V in - Q is vw-,mf O 'Y 14015 MILLER , BARBARA REYNOLDS ? " ' -i LUIS N 1 , L Munir- l,ilitin'-in-Cih MHS. SOPIIIA BICRC X N Facility Advisor 1 Sports Eilitiir, Binh llingiliun: Feature Editor, Put lluskini.: Third l'ngu Editors, Binh Bvrkey und Bev Buhle. - 1,. . liiln 4..nlli-1. Huh I".-im-r, Chik Giunnulli, Peter lluiilu, Miirlon 'l'uylur. Arcade Staff A 'Q ,,,N Z1 ff me UBLL 'VU ljj or "' i Q, 2 ,f f . 5 Ai..-5'-'-"2 f wk, J Q' ,f L -A7 U3 A, l Q2 s '52 , ,.-- i - A E E2 , , ' , ,e W Swearing, slaving over a hot typewriter, tasting paste, smelling ink, all symbolize the work of the Winter '48 Arcade staff. A four- page paper was published weekly, with an oc- casional six-page edition, highlighted by sev- V eral novelty features, including colored paper, colored ink and the graduation edition. The success of the Arcade can be attributed to a new system of rotating positions, and to the untiring efforts of the entire staff. PAT HOSKINC LORRAINE STICKNEY Commissioners of Publications Assistant ifcature Editor, Betty Mnlilerz Assistant Third Page Editor, VV:1lt Keeshen- Assistant Ft'llllll'tl Editor, Shirley Smith: Assistant Third Page Editor, Elaine Burrow: Assistant Sports Editor, lvlnrvin Franklin. Campus Acfiviiies ll Q 9,1 W M..nF'MJI'VlLl ELECTION TIME STAN CARLE ASSEMBLY R.O.T.C. FORMAL X Am .46 4 ' X 2 M ? if 'fo 8 .3 I n Group Proiecfs MADRINA CHRISTMAS PROJECT ..., PAPER DRIVE LETTERMEN ADVERTISE PAPER DRIVE wmv FALL PLAY Sharon Pryor Bob ,.,,..,L,,V,,. Wayne w,,L.Y7V77,,. Tex Arlen ,,,,.., Polly ,,...,,.,... Helena ,,,,,,. . ,, Marvelle ,,,,,,,...,,....... Daphne Gilford Mr. Dgan ,,,,,, Susie ,,.. H Bella L,,,L,L,, Th: Girls Director THE CAST Emma Kogel Joanne Rio .---- Ronald Taylor Kenny Lever Gerry Hennemann Bev Ford Mary Ann Halley Pat Bulgier Janice Karmire Barbara Hamilton Allan Marquardt Jo Ann Hart , ,,,,,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,, A nn Lawrence Ruth Cullen, Martha Greer, Jane Milhaupt, Diane Shaw, Ann Miller 7, Marie Josephine Byrne Hal .,...... Winnie ,- Boops .,.. THE CAST Dick Forbath .-.,- Ann Lawrence Barbara Kane Stu ..,.. ,.,,.........V..,. B ill Eaves Kit ..r... ....................... B ev Ford Mary Ann Halley Pete A.......rr,.,,r...i..... ...... ,.... G e rald Williams Etta Dean fFloraj .,.... .........,. C arol Field Evelyn Janer Randy Pryor ,,,,,,.... r.v,,r E lwood Chandlee Mr. Pryor ..,,,,w ......,,,,,,,. C ecile Wiley' Mrs. Pryor .,,,, Buzz Rafferty ..,. Mr. Dean ,,,e.,,,,, A Marianne Edwards Ann Eldridge Bob Hoffman Van Hirst THE DIVINE FLORA fav' H 'S l V 41 K 'K . 5 - T t THE PLACE The Prologue Grounds of Northbury High An evening in June Act T The Pryor Summer Cottage Green Bay Two weeks later Act II The Cottage Scene 1. Next morning Scene 2. Ten days later Act HI The Cottage That evening 5, , 5-su-........,,,,, -s 352' wwf we lf X , -W X w A42 'K Mgy- ' -, 1. Aixft lou- gmml? -1, Plljlllllkl party T. You nzum- it, wc'll build 21 Cilgl' for itl 10. Stucliuus WJ 2. You clmft suyll 5. Sleepy, kl1'CIl.t WQP? S. Huvv ll he-art 11. 'l'y-pig-nl llIlLlCI'L'lLlSSlllilll IS, 'l'lu- lung mul slmrt of it 6. The BL-ll lmrotlu-rs 9. The cuvc mam type 12. Play lmll! :Nnrth linllgtnnnh Migh Sf Eng Angrlesf LUUQ 153311 Srlyunl Biz i:-T-!g,- 61:55 ,I m1+f,z2:,.z'-222, - Ins 3BrpIn1nzx rs atnarhvh tu 'QIPP Anthony 'f ' . . , QQ! mlm has hem fmmh tnurthg tn U11-mrarfer ln, ,..r22.g" ' ' . . 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V J..9iv'I Q ' "'3'?'1 ,. -4 ,,,. , 'F H- ' ,ez - '-', - - --l l' 'f HAROLD GRAY TOM GRAY JACK GRIFFI TH LONNIE GRINER PAUL GRUN OW NIARY ANN EIALLEY MARIETTA HAR TMAN ALICE I-IARTIN HAVVKINS ILELLMAN PHYLLIS EVELYN BARBARA GUNNELL HADLOCK HALL STUART HALL DOUG HAMILTON f IBOB HELEN I-IAN SON HARKER BETTY ISOROTHY 'W' MARY HIGHFILL mm. HILL AH STELLA BILL HOGAN I TOLI' IES 'T PAUL ' ' M HONEY PAT DOLORES MA IL HON IG LIKOOVER HORTON HOSKING HUBACH 'Qu ,F , al . J i if V I F7 I 2 .Wan n, ,jx U-3 4 5 Qi ' - We I Ln . qi, .- , 'U' V W 3. f-:,, ' J f if A K A g DICK LEE JIMMY DOUG JACKSON JACOBS JAMES JENSEN .lf .f f' f f:'1:' ' A ' . . 'V U ' ' 1 - :,. I,-E - , I --fz ULARICE J ACSU ELINE MARILYN GRACE IOHN SON J OH SON JOHNSON JONES .AVERN ELLEN DON ONES KALAFATIS KAN E AN ICE HAROLD ARMIRE KASSARJ IAN .I IM KELLER EILEEN KESSEL JOAN KLEIN BERN ICE KLEINMAN Jumzs non VVALT KATES KEEFAUVER KEESHEN OLIL I 4 ,,, ,. , . I 1 CARROLL gf A P- .A KENNON A WINDEY , BILL KING STANLEY KLEIN BEVERLY KN OBLAU I CH ILENE KRIEGER FRANCES LAKEN RONALD LANDRY LORRAINE' LAWSON w BILL J AN ICE MCCURDY MCGONIGLE N ORMA McINTYR.E BOB INNO EN -,.. i 3 x W JERRY JOYCE FAYE MCKIBBEN McKINNEY MEIER on mon. RUTH MURPHREE BEVERLY ANN BARBARA METCALF MILLER 1.4 ILLER MARILYNN E MYRON HARUMI N ITTA LARRY LOIS MILLER MILLER JUNE NUTTALL SHIRLEY LQINTZ CHARLOTTE N ORMA RON NY , MOORE MU IR. MOON MAN NY N EBEL MARY PIAZZA rmnuuun MARY W PHILLIPS GLORIA OLSEN MARY OL SON ANN OU STAD ALAN JELEAN PRU PRICIE ANNABELLE PIERCE PIERCE PIN TO POLLOCK PRESBY a Nw iw, PHIL SALLY 'RANK " JEAN ANN ABELLE RAWLINS REBOLD REGAN RESCO RICHARDSON K, A +s 3,5 In f ' f, '73 , ' ' .wwf - fr , Ns . S :.,g5. 1 ' LM - V I-4 ,.,. I I v GRAHAM JOHN "W ANNE 'DONNA RIDER RILEY RIO ROBBINS 1 A Jl..-fi i. VW! Q WALLACE SMITH JEAN SOME RV I LLE SHARON TED SPEARS STANTON DON CAROLYN STEPH EN SON SNOW .J AN ru' L ORRAIN E STILLWELL STOHLMAN BEN STRASSER ,mi ,M MARY ANNA SPEAR WIL MA STEELE DICK CAROLYN LEA MARION SWIFT TAYLOR 'TAYLOR TAYLOR ROSALIND STEIN VERA WAYNE STEPHAN OFF TAYLOR ALICE ROBERT TERRILL THAYER DIXIE PAULA SHERRIL aoss Ross Ross CHARLES ROWE DICK ,,:,,.. ' JAMES SHEA V N RONNY KATHLEEN SHIMP AL I SANDUSKY SASSAND SCHABOU RTLL I-IUBERT 'JACK ' JACK SCHANBACHER SCHMIEDER SCHANBACHER SCRAMM EVELYN SCOTT DOROTHY SUZANNE SEARING SHAW 1 W 1 jk, 5 374 Q' , Haz- .,2:2' .,,. . V ff: ' ,. 5 I ' ARTHUR if ' SHEPHERD is ff W JOHN "1 52212. , if BARBARA GERALD SMITH SMITH hs.. MARILYN SILVERMAN BUD SMITH iq, KATHERINE SMITH wry SHIRLEY SMITH V A 1 .2 ",F"'n' V' .K 5 Q I PHYLLIS GERALD THOMAS THOMPSON CHARLES 'THORE , fan 'M' ..., V N kg If - .Q Q W ,A AE. 5- X U 2 , i if , ,. ,p .. N E H I OLIVER BILL BARBARA ANITA THORNTON TIERNAY TITUS GULLATRO BOB ART LOYCE WHITELAW WH ITIN G WHITMAN LOSYLE DONNA RICHARD NANCY 'RUITT VANDELINDER VON HERZEN WAERS 1 J A , 3 MALILIAMS C" A , fff Q 'Q '1'- A X 1 ::.-, I - . L V SQL? LEN JEAN DICK PETE 'ALDRON WALLACE WARFIELD YVEBB ' ':" "" DICK "" - WVILLIAMS s -fi g LEE WILLIS NAVARRE WOOD LRBARA DOROTHY DICK EIDENFELLER WELCH WELSH 0 IRLEY DICK DONALD WEE W zz' V . " 1 DSTENHISER WHITE DE YOUNG CECIL BILL CHARLES X WYLIE YAMANO ZELLER ,f GERALD WILLIAMS SENIORS S'48 Senior A Officers, left tu right: Betty Highfill, svvret:-ny: Bud Smith, vive-president: John Riley, treasurer: Bill King. president. ONE WORLD The Class Day Assembly was highlighted by a quintette of several energetic Huskies!-Left to right: Hubert Sclimieder, Brive Lockwood, Graham Rider, Dirk White. Stan Klein. Ralph Bauer, Betty Sue Carmen, Jean Costello, Donna Easton, Dick Forbath, Marvin Franklin, Betty Highfill, Bill King, Gloria Olsen. Alan Pierce. SEAL BEARERS RALPH BAUER MARY LOU BISCIGLIA BETTY SUE CARMEN JOHN COLBY JEAN COSTELLO RUTH CULLEN DONNA RAE EASTON DICK FORBATH EUGENE FORTINE HELEN HARKER VAN HIRST HONEY HORTON BILL KING JOYCE MCKINNEY MANNY NEBEL GLORIA RAE OLSEN ANN OUSTED ALAN PIERCE DAVID SACHS KATHLEEN SCHABO ELEANOR SCHUETZE ART SHEPARD DON SNOW Front Row: Roma Jean Bailey, He-len Harker, Betty Highfill, Bill King, Bud Smith, Gloria Olsen, Alice Hawkins, Mary Anne Sear. Second Row: Bill Guthrie. Robert Whitelaw, Mary Hill. Carol Kennon, Shirley Booth, Shirley Rotsel, Lea Taylor, Brice Lockwood-. Third Row: Gerry Henneman. Alvan Sandusky, Dick Forester, John Sr-hular, Van OURS TO BETTER 1 4 "XV4- are the gupher girls" was one of the Illilll attractions at the Class buy Assembly. - K N. . is Y 2. 5:7 9' I ' -I ini. 1 ,. X lik .21 ,t Q ,',M,.:"Ti 1 .I F i , X ' 3 I- sd U-ug' xgvxvs wi". AN QR. Six K , V , 4 ., J x X N , , N Q Q x, Q. 1 , X X X K AN A E , x.,. b ,x , X K . 5 ,' r. 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The stu- dent card sales, a full noon pro- gram, fine assemblies, the score- board, the Leap Year Leap, as well as the more democratic elec- tion system were all a product of their co-operation and work. To beautify the school they started their clean campus cam- paign, and with the help of the Senior A's plans were made to lay a flagstone walk in the quad- rangle. We all owe them a debt it will be hard to repay. You and Your STUDENT COUNCIL Left to right, Top Row: Stan Klein, Art Soil. Ken Lever, Hubert Selimiecer. . g, .i ' - ' A . . Shea. Front Row: Mrs. Snyder, Delores Brown, Jean Costello, Lea Taylor. Alan Pierce, Pat Hosking, Shirley Kramer, Betty Sue Carman, Graham Rider. l B'll Kin Marvin Franklin Dick Forbath Dick Governmeni l I I 1 mme N, ..N,.. .... .4 - ' . . i'WWg."w l ' l 9.2" - VV ' - 3 - 1 HUAHIJ Ol" llICl'llI'ISl'IN'l'A'l'lYICS R. Ashlu-v, W, Amin-rd, 42. Ann-s, A. Hunks, H. Imtvs, A. Rzinor. R. Bennett, W. Bergnmn. P. Beriske , L, B4-yerhulni, VV. Bmul-fum. IG. llntrnly, ll. Hingin-i', li, Hrmnks, Il. Rnmks, A. Brnlhers, A. Cnnfielfl, J. Cnrenler T. Clauneh. W. Cong, S. Ci'asswellex'. E. Ellis. B. imrm4vv4,i-Ili. Ir, lfmfhntli, H Fowl, Ii l"ni'a-sto-i', C. Frank, M. Franklin, L. Frazier, L. G4-rslieiismi, F. Goodwin, T. Guerra, B. Guthrie, J. Huh-, ii. llninhy, IG Hand, H llnnsin, M. Hawtninn, N. Ham-ii. D. Hutyer, Alive Hawkins, Anne Hawkins. B. Highfill. M. Hill. B. Holmes. .l, Hm'il4-n, N. Hoyt, .l. Hnln-n:4niith, J. Jzn-ksnn, B, J4-lin. B. Johnson. J. Kates, D. Kennicutt. C. K4-nnun, C. Knettles, B. Knublm-k, .l. Knh, H. Kyne-, I' I.:i1':n'n, H. I.:-4-, Y. L1-um-, B. Lm-kwoml, P. Lyke-ns, M. Mnvhie, B. Mahler. J. Majok, M. Murrow, M. Mayfield. A. lVll'l'llllUlU.fll, H. M4-nw. A. Miller ii. Milner, S. Mitehel. C. Muon, N. Munro, J. Morey, J. Morse, L. Myron, M. Naylor. M. Nililnvk, M. Plnllipe. li, i'+'wl1'y. W- l'ronska-, J. Ra-Iii, I,. Ruin-rtsuii, J. Rove. S. Russ, W, Szuido-rs, M. Sand-ler. R. Sllvllllilf. J. Sm-lioeiiprzirtli, H. Seliwutrz. ' ' ll " ' ' ' i IJ Sk' I Qnnth M 91 W S 5. I-.hi s, J. 5hnn!p, IN hh-url, .l. 5-hulw-', . . inner. .. . , . qvars, . Qteele, L. tim-kney. E. Stllnrt, C. 'Tlly'llPI', G. Thmnpsun, B. 'I'h-rnvy, H. Tm-xr 4-y, J. Turk, T. V4-114-gals. J. V1vSllU1'f:, G. Wuimlrmi, J. Weigel. D. Welsh. B. Whitelzlw. J. Willinins, IJ. VVindiniller. W. Wright, Ir, Yninnshitzi, J, Young, J. Ziinnn, S. Zlll'kf'l'Ill1lI!. S Xi w J' Y Q 2 5 E 5 DICK ,FOHBATII Vin' l'i'1'xicl1'iil Here are the people whom you have elected to represent you in your government. They have served you faithfully and well. Y S. -Y' l f ' l Q f ' ,, llll X 'N acl N ,lllllllllllf lil, l as l . 4 'L ' " 5 - , f . 'g- Ji ' nl ' -. MM, vi, ' .- . 4 '- ' f x gl A 5 4 ,V ,. yd.-,,.' " , .1-, A ,f - . ,lf .V ' J " -: X' -' , - -. '.?.2.: , ' 1 ., ,.:v-,',, .. Y! ...Q m Q. 'nn . 5' f'-1 lab- 5. A ff-9 :Wu aw rv K ' ,L 'kia lv wma' aff Z' 5- W , ,Q , f -zlmq .Q 4 ,, .' 7 ff 'Eff-1 :V , 25' -1' .-In 1 11 x fr'-o ,a- J ! B 11 G I R L S 'I B li 11 n ' 'W' ' ' df! we A 9' 9 z 51 ily! i .,p..... , 'Nwrw .............-.w,,.x Q BOYS' CREDIT BOARD Imp Huw: Paul l.ali,au':n. Du-ni 1-ll. liill 'l'i1'l'lI2ly. lil-rt llillunl lmll IIIEHIIIVII. l"l'0III How: Hill King: X111 l,m-win. almlx'ism'. Slam Klm-in. GIRLS' CREDIT BOARD Top Huw: Fl'llllL'1'S Lulu-ll. SIlil'lk'j Nluustvr. Bcity Suv crllflllilll, Mr. Lvwis, zlclvismg Put FIIZSIIIIIIIOIIS. Bbttmn How: Put Kt'ill'lll'j'. BilI'hklI'.l Kymx Harp' Crocker. I BOYS' LEAGUE CABINET Dave Sachs, Dick Shea, jules D2fii3gfA Kates, Gene B'orcly. Q GIRLS' LEAGUE CABINET A LEA TAYLOR Top Row: Shirley Kramer, Betty liighfill, Loraine President Stickney, Betty Sue Carman, jean Costello. Bottom Row: Lcu Taylor, Put Fitzsimmons, Mary Ellen Nichols, Mary Crocker, Delores Brown. Vg, SAFETY COMMISSION Top Row: Phil Rawlins, Dick Von Herzen, Ruth Cullen, Ralph Bauer, VVayne Stephanoff. Front Row: John Riley, Hubert Schmieder, commission- er, Bob Hansen. SERVICE COMMISSION Top Row: Dick XVillia1ns, jerry Carpenter, Charles Silverherg. Front Row: Lorraine Stickney, Shirley Kramer, cominsioner, Doris Dolfer. ESCUDEROS Top Row: Jimmie Kuh, Stan Klein, Brice Lockwood, Dick Forbath, Marvin Franklin, Alan Pierce, Bud Smith. Larry Miller. Hubert Schmieder. Mid- file Row: Don Brooks, Stuart Hall. Bruce Bell. Jules Kates, Glen Waldron, Gene Bordy, Wayne Slehanoff, Don Hoover. Bottom Row: Dick Shea, Ralph Bauer, Ted Stanton, Bill King, Dick Williams, John Riley, Ken Lever. DICK XVILLIAMS President LORRAINE STICKNEY President MADRINAS Top Row: Betty Sue Carman, Suzy Gifford, Ruth Cullen, Mary Ellen Nichols, Shirley Kramer, Nancy Haurin, Joan Radermacher, Pat Fitz- simmons, Donna Easton. Middle Row: Jean Costello. Laurie Robertson, Mary Mayfield, Mary Ann Kerans, Mary Crocker, Sally Mitchel, Gloria Olson, Ellen Kalafatis, Pat Hosking, Delores Brown. Bottom Row: Betty Highfill, Helen Harker, Windie Key, Lorraine Stickney, Olive Davis, Evelyn Hadlock. 'Pop LOS COMPEONES How: l"rf-fl Haut-r. Vote Van V1-vhti-n, Alan I.ii.:ht. Erin-si Fish. liottmn Row: Hi-n Swartz, H4-rl: Levin 4 arl I Minlwiy. 'ook, D4-an Rankin. Dwight DON CELLAS Michele Arons, Barbara Backrack. Barbara Lee Branson. Carolyn Brigham, Glennis Brigish. Barbara Brown. Georgia Brown. Barbara Caldwell. Ruth Canibell, Myrtle Ann Colaianni, Doris Dolfi-r. Mary Jane Donegan, Kathy Fouls, Coralyn Godwin, Doris Green, Margaret Giillond. Nancy Hatch. Ann Hawkins. Carole Hoghe. Evelyn Honish, Carol Jacobson, Margaret Kincher, Shirloy Kirkwood. Carol Knowles, Ann Lawrenve, Collet-n Laze-nby, Paula Allll Merola, Marilyn Mertz, Virginia ML-Quown, Joyce Mintz. Darlene Murray. Sue Ann Nickason, Shirley Nelson, Marilyn 0'Me-ara, Phyllis Patterson. Daisy Pfund, Virginia Schokel, Judy Steffi-n, Franc-is Stewart, Analou St, John. Elaine Thompson, Dolores Valdez, Shirley Wi-rtz, Judith Zimnian. Sandra Zuck- ei-man. LOS SERENOS 'Top Row: Harold Freeman, Burt Dil- lard, Kenny Wolters, Dick Remender, Rex Castellaw, Gene Estes, Jack Turk, Exldie Freeman, Jim Wells. Middle Row: Bob McC1ay, Roger Wineland, George Rogers, Lawrence Gilbert, Perry Botkin, Jerry Schuler, Harold Tomkins, Jim Murtland. Bottom Row: Kenny Groendyke, Donald Sechinger, John Tomkin, Jerry Carpenter, presi- dent, Carl Peacock. Dick Eaton, Howard Earnest. LAS AMITAS Barbara Allord, Valnita Bartchi, Arlene Bauer, Joan Blanchard, Gloria Boder, Jane Boyce, Joan Browne, Barbara Clewell, Bonnie Cowan, Diane Cowert, Pat Crawford, Patricia Dailey, Suzanne Dillman, Audrey Donahue. Nancy Dunbar, Sally Ann Estelle, Sue Floore, Diane Frantz, Ann Gooch, Gillian Growing, Janet Hale, Shirley Hibbitts, Sally Hoe, JoAnn Huben- smith, Sharon Huffaker, Grace Ima- moto. Carol Inouye, Nancy Kennedy, Marilyn Kurland, Patricia Kyle, Bev- erly Kyne, Maureen Lannon, Marilyn Lidd-le, June Loomis, June Markoff, Connie Matthews, Norma May, Shirley McCurdy, Patty Lou McDaniel, Bette Jo McDermott, Bonnie McDermott. Judy Mead, Betty Miller, Louise Miller, Joyice Morrow, Donna Murray, Yvonne ark, Catherine Petereit. Rhoda Petusson, Janice Phillis, Elvira Portratz, Gloria Puzzo, Anita Randelo, Edwina Redona, Jackie Roth. Barbara Ruick, Janet Schank, Pamela Scherer. Nancy Short, Pat Silvera, Patricia Stehlik, Priscilla Stehlik, Sue Stevens, Margaret Taylor, Bernadine Thompson, Joanne Tudlum, Galyan Walding, JoAnne White, Shirlee White. Char- lene Uhlik, Bernice Underwood. Carol Youngman, Marcia Weiteham. a 5: ' I 3, we a 1-it Liar mia iv,'.,,,1 lqhwg lu-lv Sli-1-It-, In-im Luke, Dim Brmiks, Vim-1-nt Davi, Bill Powley. Gary Myerson, Reese svn, Jim lmmilnu-, f'u:u'li Iiunrly. Sfwniul Row: Ri1'h:irrl Forrester, Gordon Arfond- Hu hle Heuer Gerr - - x in ll r Hr nm mi ll RI luual flu I i . . . y , i- ' 'ii if ze-ii, .lay Gow, Warren Rei-tor, Bill Gilliand, Alvin Sandusiy, Fred Bauer, H 1-' liunlup. Gymnastics For the first time in five years, the North Holly- wood gym team did not take the championship. Tying for second with Verclugo Hills in the league meets, they bowed to stronger Valley teams to plaice fourth in the Valley Finals. Gerry Henncman amassed 7815 points for high- point man, followed by Al Sandusky and Hughie Heuer. Although low in standing, fine performances were not off the record. Good for points in the in- dividual events were: Rope Climb: Henneman, San- dusky, Von Herzen, Gillian and Heuer, Free X: Myerson, Gove, Donahue, Henry, Henneman, and Steele, Side Horse: Dunlap, Luke, Powley and Murrayg High Bar: Brooks, Henneman, Heuer and Jensen, Parallels: Jensen, Gillian, Bordy and Brooksg Long Horse: Heuer, Sandusky, Gillian, Arford, Rector and Forster, Rings: Henneman, Rector, Brooks and Donahue, Tumbling: Sandusky, Henry, Dunlap. Murray, Fresholtz, Forster and Heuer. Gerry Henneman saved the day by scoring 11 of the 15 points in the Valley Finals, by garnering first in the rings, second in the rope climb, and fourth on the high bar. Sandusky placed third in tumbling and Heuer fifth in the long horse. u XVAIllll'IN lll'Xi'l'Ull lil'il'iSl'i -Il'iNSl'iN CQAIU' MYIQHSOX HILL BROOKS Cl'ilillY llENNlf1Xi'XV lling Slauncluul l'au'iillc-l liars Free X Star ' ' lllgli lmzir. Rings All-Yiillt-y Rings p l l 2 is et Num. DON HOOVER ALVIN SANDUSKY GENE BORDY WALT AMBORD TED STANTON 830 591153503 Pole Vault: High Jump Valley Shot Record Breaker Pole Vault, Hurdles High Point Man a r S I T y r a C Front Row: Coach Elliott, R. Sweet, Lever, Bohn, Barry, Forster, Fagg. Brooks, Allardyce, G. Knoblock Manager Weaver, Coach Nelson. Row 2: Paige, Kates, Hiezer, Bennett, Pantano, Griffith. Hoover. Cook ' ' ' W. Williams. Schofield, Hosking, Castellaw Although pursued by had luck throughout the sea- son, this year's Varsity track squad managed to -some through in the first division with a third in the final league standings. Bad luck seemed to plague the cindermen as some of the top athletes seemed to have one accident after an- other. Athletes who were good for points all season long were Walt Amhord, Gene Bordy, Bruce Bell, Carl Cook, Don Brooks, Jack Griffith, Don Hoover, Ralph Kelly, Ted Stanton, Al Sandusky, Willard Williams, Clive Rogers, Dick Bennett, Glen Waldron, Arrow Wulfekuhler, Kenny Lever, Glen Knohlock, John Sawyer, and Don Clarke. The Varsity standouts were Gene Bordy who set a new league record of 52 ft. 4 in. in the shot put, Alvin Sandusky, who usually placed in two or three events, Dick Bennett and Glen Waldron, milersg Walt Ambord, hurdler and pole vaulterg Ted Stanton, hurdler and high jumper, John Sawyer and Don Clarke, broad jumpers, Don I-loover, 88O man, and Willard Williams and Bruce Bell, shot putters. - Clark, Ucker, Gaddls, Locker. Row 3. Bach, Light, Kelly, Rogers, Taylor, Waldron, Foster, Langford. Row 4: Welch Johnson, Schramm, Sparrow, Crowley, B. Bell, Knight D. Williams, D. Jensen, Wulfekuhler, Rankin, B. Knoblock. ,:,,..-s- :rs , 'ef gl , Q wx , w fT"? slit Frmil Row: t'om'l1 Elliott, De Jurln, Dixson, Murtlund, P. Ro:-is, Pappmier. Arnivk. Coach Nelson. w 2: N1-wwnnli, Vuwlv. Muble, Steele, C ' T k I' ' y y uriy, ur, Carl Peacock, McGill, Shea. Row 3: Piimlrnun, 'I'i1-rnuy, 1,4-tlgvr, Kleinsmlth. Griesingf-r, Swartz, B. Smith. Street. Sabesky, E. Ross. w 4: .lohn:um, Ashlvy, Glauser, Wrightson, Jalcsun. Winzer, Mullard-, Chvtwood. 'IOIIN SAW'Y1'I1i AI, CIANFIELD "A" llroncl .Iumpvr lliglu jumper DICK AIACKSON High-Flying Hurdlcr ee Track Although' not as star-studded as last year's team, the North Hollywood Bees had a good year taking second in the league and barely being nosed out by Van Nuys in the Valley Finals. This year's team had such stars as Dick Shea, who set a new valley 1320 record in the sensational time of 3:17.95 Dick Winzer, hurdler and high jumperg Dick Glauser, All-Valley runner who placed first in the 220 and fifth in th: 1009 Bill Tiernay 660 runner and Dave Pappemier, high hurdler. Other "Bee" standouts were Pete Steele, Dick Curry, jack Turk, Dwight Mobley, Dick Peacock, Bud Smith, Reese Jensen, Don Griesinger and Pat Ross. Some of these field and track men are returnees from last year's "Bee" squad that took third in the city, and a few are members of last year's "Cee', squad. Two athletes on the Bee team qualified for the City track finals. They were Dick Shea in the 1320 and Alan Canfield in the High jump. DICK SHEA CARL PEACOCK 1320 Record Breaker Top-Notch Dash Mm Ez. aw: X J kaoi Bob McClay Dick Yamashita Dick Peacock Front Row: Cnauh Elliott. Jerry ac . 1. . . . Z' n Kenneth Hall Jack Arnold, Com-li Nelson. Seiwvnd Row: Nick Vitale, Arnold lmmerma , .A 4 George Murakami. Gair Foell. Third Row: Paul Callies, David Hope. Pete Corizzi. RALLY COMMITTEE Front Row: Lois Myron, Gary Henneman, Lorie Robertson. Second Row: Marilyn Myron, Barbara Brown, Bebe Pace, Susie Gifford, Barbara Ruick. 'Third Row: Art Soll. Al Pierce, Bill King, Marvin Franklin, Coach Xanthos. Fourth Row: Dee Brown, Pat Hosking, Stanley Klein, Lorraine Stickney, Dick Williams, Pat Fitzsimmons, Paul LaCava, Betty Highfill. ee Track North I-lollywoocl's featherweight aggregation, though beating only Eagle Rock in dual meet competition, garnered Z4 points in the A11- Valley meet for a hard-earnecl fourth position. The Cee standouts were Bob McClay in the low hurdles in which he placed in the City-Prelims 180g George Murakaini in the shot put, lvroacl jump and relayg Smiley Yamashita in the 100 and relayg David Hope in the 6615 Jerry Jackson in the hurdles and pole vaultg Dick Peacock in the 100 and shot putg and Gair Foell and Ken Hall in the 'high jump. Great things can be expected of some of these boys next year when they enter "Bee" or Varsity competition. l 1 Qzhzigi. . V- "' X ' 5,-Ms 3 . A BOB MCCLAY KENNETH HALL DAVID HOPE Star Hurdler Broad Jumper 660 Runner SCOHICBOAIKD NII 7 CI' 0 'SF .. 4 NII 3 NH 6 VN 1 NH 7 VII 0 NII 7 Eli 0 Tennis Paced by the brilliant playing of Hubert Schmieder, undefeated Blue and Gray first singles man in two years of Valley League compe- tition, Coach Paul Xanthos' tennis racketeers walked off with top loop honors, with a season record of four wins and one lone setback. Backing up Schmieder in the second singles spot was Johnny Bennett, returning letterman, defeated only once this year by Zovack of San Fernando. Tenth-grader jerry Carpenter, a great little natural athlete, held down the Husltie third spot and should be the Blue and Gray mainstay next spring. Wendell Niles, another returnee for the Xanthos-men next season, turned in a consistent performance each week in the fourth position, being the only player to go undefeated in both league and practice matches, and Marty Milner unbeaten at fifth singles all season. Leo Hissong and Chris Thearle, both hard-working letter-men from last year, took over the .chores at first doubles and turned in creditable performances. Three-year yetterman Dick Forbath switched off playing with Milton and Irwin, the Title brothers, in the second doubles berth. Front Row: Newman, Porto, Schultz, Bates, Bennett, Niles, Eaton, Falkinburg, Grown, Dently. Row 2: Wendlandz J. Robertson, E. Ross, Forbath, Franklin, Carenter, Klein, Title, Tom ln, R. Smith, Hissong. Row 3: Coach Xanthos, B. White, Lee, Schaeffer. Akervold, Cola, Regan, Wiedeman, Mason, B. Williams, Beckes, T. Hoover. Row 4: N. Smith, Whitney, Berlin, Silverberg, B. Foster, Hlbler, E, Title, Schmleder, Riley, F. Harris. CHRIS TIIEARLE, LEO HISSONC MARTY MILNER JOHN BENNETT WENDELL NILES HUB'IE SCHMIEDEF. F irst Doubles Has Ability Hard to Beat Consistent Winner First Valley Singles yxlx A . 5 . I V ,,,, ,tk k Q Q is S x will as if ' 540' X .3 ' ss an K l g, 'Q li VL no 3 R t 3 i ffl B t t .1 . "7 - . sf " t r is-is EE , is Q gi 'RE .L ' s . . . Q f ,f f -it rt , , ..i i cees i Q .:.-- B ' B . . ' 2233- teas: f' ,:-.. 2 .... : T12 I l W :., , E" if ---f -i12- sf? ,L.. .I I ,t ,A IB. .::- . f ' . , gs I I ' aff ' , ' ff-r fl' 4 t . 'gas . it N., ff? f - 'YZ' ' K l .1 lv' , :gee I' Af . A.,,gg,, 5 ' X s ,. 'fi-We , ., -1 ra ser 41 Qi 4 MW 3 if N'-f.. ' V , . , JOE INCA JACK PICKETT Three-Year Letterman DON DAILEY Top Hurlers Varsity Baseball For the second year now, baseball has become one of the major sports of the Valley. This year's squad, under the able guidance of Coach Francis Smith, fielded one of the top teams in the league. After winning four straight openers the Huskies hit the skids to lose five out of its last six games which was climaxed by defeat at the hands of Eagle Rock, 5 to 4. This set the North Hollywood squad in a tie for fourth place, with Verdugo Hills, holding a five won and five lost record. There were many stanclouts during the season, Jimmy Kuh, who was not only one of the leading pitcher in the league but one of the best hitters, Bob lVlcCaffery who proved him-- self one of the best catchers with his great throwing arm and his powerful bat and Alan Pierce, who showed fine sportsman- ship at all times and was among the leading hitters on the team never failing to turn in a good game. Burt Dillard in his first year out for the Varsity proved to be one of the outstanding short stops, his fielding and hitting being a main factor in the I'-'lukie machine. Other standouts were Bill Ferris, Joe Inga, and Terry Morse, who along with Pierce and Dillard provided the Bingville swatters with one of the best functioning infielcls in the league. The outfield was covered by such outstanding players as Gene Corso, Dick Williains, Bob Vfynran, and Jim Garrett. Much of the team's success this year can be contributed to the fine pitching of 'QLefty" Daily, Jack Pickett, Bob Edger- ton, and Jim Kuh. DICK WILLIAMS AL PIERCE IIM KUH JIM GARRETT Star Second Baseman Ciptun Leidmg Pitcher Hard-Hitting Outfielders Front Row: Burt Dillard, Bill Ferris, Bob McCafferg, Don Daily, Coach Smith Second Row Dick ttl Jack Pickett ob Wyman Joe Inga Third Row Al Pierce Williams, Jim Garrett, Chuck Kne es.. , , . Herb Kotch, Don Kane, Ralph Frost, Jim Kuh, Gene Corso, Allan Marquardt .ll ' 5 J h J :l ,P W ldii tfn, Bill Wells, Ray Todd, Wally Reynolds, Jerry Thirr1h:smKr:-hli Xlilrrllteri-ifolzlsarkugteia hfeil, tlliuixh Smith. Row 2: Everett Moore, Tom Bohn, Bud Flscher'Arnol1l, Miller, Larr Phlllllps, Bill Rea al, Frank Regula, Steve Suffen, Dick Wilson, Dick Wells. flow 3: Ivan Berger, Ross Curley, David IgeGroote-, Dick Duenckel, Bob Greenspar, Landsay Law, Bill Perkins, Frank Kudell. Ross CARLEY JOHN JACOBS KENNY WOLTERS RAY TODD Smr Pitt-In-r Pitched for wins First Base Slugging Third Basemzm l.y f V Rini fl ln.i. A 1 'P' ,,WW A . . BasebaH Winning a championship in the first year of existence, the Huskie J.V.,s under the able guidance of Mr. Lewis proved to be the powerhouse of the newly formed J.V. league. The horsehiders dropped only two games in chalking up eight wins in league competition. '1 heir two loses were at the hands of San Fernando and Eagle Rock in very close ball games. Standouts during the season were a goodly number, some of these were Ralph Frost, catcher, who not only was a good re- ceiver but an outstanding man at the plate, his hitting was a main factor in the Huskie's championship. Ray Todd, one of the leading hitters in the loop, Everett Moore, flashy center fielder, Ross Catley an outstanding pitcher and outfielder, john Jacobs another stellar pitcher. But the Huskies would never have won the .championship if it were not for the fine per- formances of players like: Thomas, Greenspar. Fisher, Miller, Regan, Suffin, Raphael Wilson, Walters, Reynolds, Weddinton, Kudell and Phillips. All of these boys were the ones who made the team .click time and time again, most of them under- graduates. They should matte outstanding material for next year's varsity. If they continue to play ball like they did this year, the Bmgville batmen will have little trouble with opposing teams. EVERETT MOORE Flashie Center Fielder BOYS' ATHLETIC COMMISSION F1-nm Row: Al Pierbai' Stan Kleini Bin King. Second 'Rovv-: Mr. .IQ c."1!Ip1r, Difzk Shea, Art Soll, Marvin Franklin, Coach Smith. Under Art Sol, Commissioner of Athletics, the board decided such things as eligibility and made decisions on problems that arose during the sports semester. t G.A.A. CABINET The executive body, the GAA cabinet, under its president, Betty Highfill, organized a uspreadv held in the Seaman Quad- rangle after the championship games to formally welcome mil new members into G.A.A., and headed committees in prepara- tion of the banquet. Top Row: Nancy Haurin, Connie Alex, President Betty Highfill, Frances Laken, Wilma Steele. Second Row: Dee Brown, Harumi Nitta, Iannette Burrell, Sponsor Mitts ' tured. Sullivan, Ioan Vosburg, Evelyn janet, Betty Mahler, Betty Mann, not plc "wail Huw" l'hIlllnr4, Jew:-lt, Naylur, LJlkl'll, Sl'lll'lIlZP, Nilta. D. B1 L , , . , . ' 1 , H glifill, lniainutu, Kalafnlis, Culaianni. ll. Gr:-u-n. M. 'l'ayl1n', llfvsking, liarski, Ms-Dvrnnrlt, M4'Df-rniutt. Feuer. Kline. Ruw 2: Zinnnan, Mahler. Innvnyv. Sabin, Vaughn. Bnhle. Aarons, Ruth. Truialin. lI:n'l::ln. .l, IJ-nik, Slmrt, Marlwl'l', lfrerl:-i'ir'k, Fuller, Dailey, Ilansnn, Childs. Simeaek, Hulmf-r, Egan, Ellis, Memlez. Nil-kusoii. Row 3: Miss MvG1-eney, Alex. ,. ann. .lain-r, l'n1I4-rwnml, IZ. Miller. S. Nvlsun. Egan, Manzu. Feijun, Larson. L FIIHO' Et ' ' ' 'H ' ' X ' ' ' ' wvwn, Ruth Qrlivxnhri Conf-li Qelieinliri Sherman i i ai 1, 3 eb S Bu ge Ixuiner s e nu 1 il U F , . y . iy. K, I , Gi l , llal-ln-nsni it. H skins. itzg:ei'al.ii-. l..nlI, lnnnnn,.h.nn, .l. Huyw-. I'l'1llllZ, smiles, Svnll. Boller, Brighani. Wertz. Tlllllllilii. sponsor' Miss Sullivan. Row 4: Clap K' xhl"lll'llIl QIHIH i"' Hun-rl':u Klingn-r N1-lil-in-li Eva-' ' '- - ' X ' ' ' psi. .4 . . . . 1Q Q. Mun. Lyons. . . . . ith, lmnfllf lun, Lipf, Pznrish. Mead, F. Tliuinpsnn, Flinn, Harker, Burrell. Fntter, Sm-lialm, Peter-it. ' Q- . V sl "". M -ti-alf. I. Mille-r, llanrin. Van Urilm-V, In-llnarfl. Fil-l,fl-. Hemi, .1 n ' ' " ' ' ' ' " " ' ' ' ARCHERY Q Vllllfvll mix nigh Q I umii-x Iulgei. Llaik, MrQnuwn, Hazen, Iuiilmx, bullurd. BADMIN TON Front Row' Durriw Green Michele A'n'1nw Mull Ann Cr ' H4-lt Mnhlvr llu-ally, .Imnu-Ile l-Burr:-Il, Jeanine Naylur. Beverly Metvalf thigh poinil. ly Vfappf-r', lie-v-rlv Huhlc- l'l1vli-1 'l'li Ill'l4 Yv nm- I'e tin. 4 b , h , U H ncllei . , . . .. 1- - ilaianni. Nanvv Short, June Markoff, Terry Frederick. Jannette Rnrrell, Carol Innnye, Shirley Nelson. Beverly Childs. Gealcline 1"1?7llll. .Evelyn Janer. Belly Mann llieafil. Se-rand Row: Marilyn Sabin, Lorraine Phi lips, .Judith Zinimon. Eleanur Seliuetze. Jeanine Naylor, Valnita Bartsvhi, Nanvy Kenndy, Dorothy Srult. Geurgia Svales, Pat Feijno. Juanita Bultun. Ella Estes, Arlene Luriiner, Bettv Clapper.Beverly Bnhle, Thiml Rnw: Naney Vaughn, Phyils Barski, Barbara Cinniingliam, Jane Boyce. Kathleen Srhalm. Beverly' Metealf Virginia M1'Quown Bettv Bill C ul L Q 1 . E 2 . an ar. on. Lunise Miller, .Indy Mead. Francig Tllumpson, Ann Gouvh. V5 The G.A.A. this term participated in two play days, one at San Fernando and the other at Canoga Park. Cheer Leaders elected by the members were Evelyn Janer fheadj, Sally Boyce, and Gayle Huber. Sports offered were archery, basketball, base- ball, and badminton A Grade captains for basketball were: B10 Ann Futter, A10 Katherine Petereit, B11 Toni Guerra, A11 Frances Flaherty, B12 Sara Jean Sweeney, A12 Marion Taylor and for baseball: B10 Marilyn Sabin, A10 Benice Underwood, B11 Toni Guerra, A11 Diane Everts, B12 Beverly Kline, and A12 Evelyn Hadloclc. Beverly Metcalf was pronounced high-point gir1 in archery at the spread. 'Qs f" ,1l, ,. .mx 9 my fx at ,- ,A . - W5 ss' f A S3 ,Q S 'Q in 4' X, gig, ,. 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Some of the other activities they were able to include this semester wereg publication of a literary magazine for the first time in recent years, and editing the June issue of the Junior Red Cross Magazine. SENIOR STAFF Sitting: Marilyn James, Beverly Buhle. Sandy Slakoff. Shirley Smith, Lorraine Stickney. Standing: Peter Hairbu. Sue Sontag, Betty Mahler. Pat I-Iusking, Bob Berkey. SPORTS STAFF Don Hoover, Leo Hissmig Bill King. Walt Ambord tsit- tingh. Stan Klein. JUNIOR STAFF Sitting: Mary Ellen Nichols. Van Hirst. Lorraine Lawson, Mary Crocker Sitting: Rosyle Truitt, Jean Walker, Harriet Caine, Lynn Slater, Louise Jaite. JUNIOR STAFF fi SPORTS STAFF They also took time out from their regular activities to sell twelve pages of ads for the operetta program. A new procedure of election was in- augurated this semester. The editors were elected by the staff itself while the commissioner of publications was elected by the Student Body. The hard working staff finally acquired some much needed equipment in the form of a paper trimmer and a new filing cabinet. I don,t want her, You can have her, She's too fat for me! "3:10" Four Sharps and a Flat ODDS AND ENDS NEW S Loft to right: Alan Canfield, Marv Jane Donegan 1 l Richard Left to right' Yvonne Pendleton Glen Storment, Bill Schanbac-her, Left to right: Glen Knoblock, 'Terry Morse. Johnny Barbour, . , ogue, and Richard Hein. Bill Eaves, Carolyn Frank, and Howard Schwartz. North Hollywood High to warrant a fifth performance. The Music Departmenfs twentieth musical show, The New Moon by Sigmund Romlaerg, was presented May 13, 14, 15, and 16. Said to have been the greatest of them all, New Moon was the first musical presented at CAST I Mary lane Donegan - Marianne Alan Canfield - - Robert Howard Schwartz - Alexander johnny Barbour - Captain Duval Glen Knolilock - - Hibaud Don Fagg - Beannoir Richard llein - Pluillinc- Carolyn Franke - - Iulie Yvonne Pendleton - Clotildc Bill Sclianhat-her - Besac Bill Eaves - Jacques Clen Storint-nt - Bmnet Terry Moore - Delcan Alan Est-li - - Doorninn Don lnglv - Tavern Keeper HlC'll1ll'il llwiic- - Fouvlwtte lt was presented under the direction of Miss Mildred Hughey, ably MOCN assisted by Miss Marcia McGeency, dance directory Mr. Dominic DiSarro, orchestra directorg Messrs. 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