San Diego Academy - Lighthouse Yearbook (National City, CA)
- Class of 1954
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"The Set of the Sail" -
September 2, 1953, four hundred boys and girls set sail on a nine-
month cruise to embrace the beautiful isles of opportunity. The suc-
and point to glorious sunsets of attainment.
Above all may the record show that Christ has been the Pilotg His T
Word, the logbookg and the Heavenly shores, the ultimate port. 9
"As we voyage along thro' life,
'Tis the set of the soul,
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Where leaves in love joinrhands above
And arch your prayer and mine:
Within its cool depths sacred,
The priestly cedar sighs,
And the fir and pine lift ar-ins divine
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Because you have so unselfishly given your life to
working with and for young peopleg because you have
consistently livecl before us a Christian lifeg because you
have ever worn a patient smile and spoken only env
couraging wordsg because you have taught us with sin-
cere understandingg inost of all because we love you, we
dedicate this 1954 Lighthouse to you, Mrs. Westermeyer.
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The Centenial of Education
The Seventh-day Adventist educational
systems began at Bucks Bridge New York
a century ago in the parlor of Henry
Hilliard xsith nineteen-year-old Martha
Byington presiding over a group of fifteen
youngsters. The first regularly organized
school under the auspices of the General
and Mrs T. S. Whitelock
on 16th, between
Market and "G"
Conference Committee was opened in
Battle Creek in 1872, with Professor A. H.
Bell as head master. The school was an
immediate success: Christian education
became a vitalizing force in the Advent
In the far West in 1882 Healdsburg
College opened in a ten-room house. This
was California's only school until 1899,
when a Church School was started in San
In that same year San Diego had but
one church located at 18th and G streets,
with Elder W. M. Healy as pastor. There
were 48 members, six of whom were men.
They were poor in earthly goods but rich
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"Cottage" school house at 16th and "G'
in courage and faith. They determined to have Christian
education for their children.
An empty store building at 17th and K streets was rented
for S10 a month. There were windows at only one end of the
building. Desks were home-made and old books were pur-
chased from public schools for texts. School opened with
seventeen pupils and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders from
Healdsburg as teachers.
That year Dr. T, S. Whitelock arrived to open a sanitar-
ium at Paradise Valley. He too, was interested in the youth
and felt that a better location should be found for a school.
A little cottage was arranged for across from the G-Street
Church and partitions removed to make one room. Elder
Healy's sister, Mrs. Harris, became the instructor.
It was the year 1906 that a large two-story structure on
16th Street, between Market and G was purchased for a
school, and factory-made desks graced the classroom. The
teacher, Mr. Morrison, and his family lived upstairs. School
continued here two years.
Then a lot was purchased on 18th street south of Market
and a building erected. A long table across the rear of the
room, with shelves above, and two small tables with drawers
to shove under the long table, a three-burner gas stove with a
small oven that could be set over one burner, were the equip-
ment for Domestic Science. Here the girls learned to make
soup and entrees and even apple pies QMrs. Whitlock being
especially summoned to teach the last artl.
In 1910 another Church School was started in a room of
the old North Park Church. The first teacher was Mr. Knapp
who drove to and from school in an express wagon.
In 1918 the building on 18th street was sold, and with
the money a 100 x 100 foot lot purchased on the north-west
corner of 30th and G. A one room building was constructed
on this site. Soon another room was added. Then a second
A Home and School was organized which gave benefit din-
ners and socials to raise money for school equipment. Broth-
er C. M. Hugeley, a dynamic character, came on the board
and began asking such pertinent questions as: "Why does not
the church progress and hold its members? Because people
want more than eighth-grade Christian education for their
children and they move where they can get it. Why are we
having dimculty holding teachers? Because we don't pay
enough for them to eat properly or live comfortably or dress
becominglyf' Dr. Charles Giddings, Dr. Wesley Smith, and
Dr. J. W. Erkenbeck and other board members worked tire-
lessly. The first year of the school the ninth grade was added:
the next year the tenth. Twelve grades were offered in 1931.
School at 30th and "G"
School on 18th, south of Market
In 1932, the "Kayless property" be-
tween G and Market and 30th and 31st
was bought, the building moved there,
and by 1932, there stood a new Academy
building. The Academic enrollment was
50. Professor Richard Lewis, now head of
the English department of Pacific Union
College, was principal. Mr. Paul Adams,
now a dentist at Redlands, built up the
science and woodwork departments. Mrs.
Belle Carr outfitted the Cafeteria at per-
sonal expense. Elder Robert Kitto, now
associate Pastor of Glendale Church, was
Bible teacher. The school grew antl
equipment improved and rooms were
In 1946, this school plant was sold, and
the fall of 1947 found us in a new un-
Hnished in the 2700 block on 4th street
in Paradise Valley. Building is still in
progress. The school is growing. This
year finds an enrollment of approximately
300 in the elementary grades and 110 in
the Academy. Twenty teachers are em-
ployed. The set of the sail: "the har-
monious development of the physical,
mental and Spiritual powers" of the
youth of the Church.
C. M. Hugeley
School on "G", between 30th and 31st
There's a glorious goal for the sailor
There's a porf at the end of the da
VA,,Wns Then fear not the rocks or the billows,
'N-BuL,1e,g-ggutbe up and away!
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Our CAPTAIN and his family fMT5. Hopp, Devin, and Allenj
To students and teachers alike the 1954 Lighthouse will be a rich storehouse
of treasured memories of a year spent in work and play and in fellowship to-
gether. All who have had a part in San Deigo Union Academy can truly say that
Christian education yields large rewards of satisfaction and happiness. Sister
White tells us, "that the well-being, the religious life of the families with which
the youth are connected, the prosperity and piety of the Church of which they
are members, are largely dependent upon the religious education that they re-
ceive in our schools."
Counsels I0 Teachers - p 497
Our school is truly the servant of the youth of the San Diego area. The true
measure of success in this school is spiritual achievement. This can be measured
in terms of Christian character as evidenced by a day by day Christ-like service
San Diego Union Academy will always have an interest in all who are and
who have been students here. Wherever they are or will be the Academy wishes
for them the Lord's richest blessing.
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ff should go. Teacher of New Testament
L,History, he makes Jesus real to his stu-
-- DWIGHT H. MILLER
- Anyone entering the business office
will lind Mr. Miller occupied at the ac-
countant desk. But never too busy
when you draw near, to glance up with
a friendly smile and an apt witticism.
His bookkeeping students are well-
MRS. ELOISE CLARK
"Do it right!" is Mrs, Clark's motto
for her students in shorthand and typ-
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mechanics teacher. Carpenter, bus-re-
pair man, artist, vocalist, ornithologist
fbird loverj, SENIOR Sponsor.
MRS. LOTTIE VVESTERMEYER
English and speech teacher, librarian.
Never too busy to give personal help.
We may forget the distinction between
an adverb and an adjective, but we sh ll M
never forget Mrs. Westermeyeig I
ERVIL D. CLARK
A man with a great capacity for facts,
a quick wit, and a ready quiz. Brilliant
thorough, helpful is our math and
Imparts his love of music to his pu-
pils. A real teacher, patient with the
littlest ones, long suffering with the
oldest ones. Our Mr. Johnson, teacher
of instruments, band and orchestra di-
MRS. MURIEL MCHENRY
On furlough from India is our choral
director. A capable leader and a merry
friend, Mrs. McHenry is greatly be-
loved. Although she will only be with
us this year, she will always be remem-
MRS. GERTRUDE AYALA
Gentle and clever with the little chil-
dren. A sincere friend to all, Mrs. Aya-
la, piano teacher, believes that good mu-
sic enriches life.
I. GORDON MCINTYRE
A former missionary from China, an
experienced instructor, a tireless work-
er, is our Bible and history teacher. I-Ie
is ever ready to help, counsel, and en-
courage his students.
Teacher of Spanish and home arts.
Painstaking, practical and efficient. A
MR. AND MRS. W. F. DETLEFF
Our school could not function with-
out Mr. Detlelf, our tireless custodian,
and Mrs. Detleff, our efficient oflice sec-
retary. They are characterized by their
energy, helpfulness, and friendliness.
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"A bri ht and active
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"Faithful at study,
faithful at work,
One who never
wants to shirk."
"Her twinkling eyes
and Winsome air
Shed joy and brightness
"He is always there
whenever there's need,
With his ideals
he's hound to succeed.
"A winning smile,
a heart that's gay,
A voice to sing
the livelong day."
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full of fun,
With hearty smile
Mr. William Davis Mr, Ervil Clark
Colors: Red and White
Flowers: Roses and Carnations
ambition: Certified pub-
"His music in
our hearts we bore
Long after it
was heard no more."
ambition: Medical secre-
"She lives at peace
with all mankind:
she is true."
"If I had lived
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The less you speak,
the more you get done."
"What he wills to do,
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ambition: Mission doctor
an full of fun,
This you may see from
the friends she's won."
ambition: Mission doctor
"There was a soft
and pensive grace,
A cast of thoughts
upon her face."
"She walks cheerfully
in the way,
And never wishes it more
wide or more smooth."
Betty Lou Muncey
ambition: Secretary or
"You can't judge people
by their size,
Much is accomplished
by the one who tries."
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ambition : Modern arcln
"If all the universe
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than he is."
of independent mind
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hard to find."
"She gives no place
to fear and doubt,
But goes through life
with the sunnyside out
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from care set free,
That is the way
she'll always be."
"I honor the man
who is willing to sink
Half his present reputef
the freedom to think."
"She's what she
pretends to be,
About her there's
no make believe."
"A nod, a smile,
a word of cheer,
These are her gifts
from year to year.
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now and then
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the best of men."
"Her wit and eyes
that bubble with fun
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Nadine Chapman, Gerald Anderson. Tom Smith, Jerry Peterson, Wayne Manwarren.
Charles Edwards, Gordon Anderson, Irene Martin, Gladys Kripps, Margaret Sleacl,
Sandra McCoon, LaVon Wagner, Dorothea Pritchett, Nancy Davis, Gayle Shidler.
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son Curtis Bradford, Larry Veverka, Edwin Cheneweth, Charles Cheneweth, Arteen Fischer,
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Standing: Bing Brinegar, Advertising
Manager: Paul Shctlcr, Business Man-
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Elder Phillip Knoche conducted the fall YVeek of Prayer.
His theme was "Stop! Look! and Live!" He portrayed
K, the Christian life as the only really happy way to live, and
appealed to the Youth to make Christ's ideals their ideals.
all Inspirational music added to the enjoyment of the chapels.
if eration. The theme song, "I want to be ready when
' E Jesus Comes" voiced the sincere response of many hearts.
Elder Gant's serious talks stressed the importance of draw-
the need for preparation for the judgment hour.
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ing near to God in the crisis hour, the danger of drifting,
Yes it could be Especially uf you have the courage
and deternnnahon to reaHy get ahead and to be a
leader un whatever you do At P U C you II get the
chance to chmb to get ahead-spiritually, mentally
and physucally If you want your life chart to go up
start up at P U C
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In November a beautiful Thanksgiving pro-
gram was presented at San Pasqual Academy
and at North Park Recreation Hall. The play'
let "A Thanksgiving Recipe" highlighted this
program. Donations received helped to pur-
chase an Echotape tape recorder.
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This Beautiful program was sponsored by the Home and School
and prepared by the Elementary teacher and the music and
speech departments of the Academy. The Academy Band
shown above with student director, Edwin Cheneweth, open-
ed the program with a half-hour of lively music. Approximately
5,335.00 was cleared and the money used to purchase a new Bell
and Howell projector and loud speaker.
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School Fair, May 2
A record crowd attended this interesting meet.
Picturesque booths, pet shows, exhibits, pictures,
band, choral, declamation, sweets, drinks, Mexi-
can dishes, sandwiches, and above all the joys
of friendship highlighted this day. Money realiz-
ed will bring drapes to enhance our Auditori-
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"Before my mystic eyesight
Comes a ship, all sails unfurledg
This was Cabrillo's bark
That found my bay, my home.
Ever am 1 grateful for his dauntless spirit
That inspired his fellowmen
William T. Aldrich, M.D.
C. F. Birkenstock, M.D.
Dr. C. H. Brinegar
Dr, and Mrs. Kenneth Cales
Dr. C. M. Ching
C. Mayhew Ciddings, D.D.S.
Ralph R. Giddings, M.D.
To build my city."
Shefrah Rqzenstein, Alumna
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Peck
H, WV. Pfeiffer, M.D.
A. T. Roskos, M.D.
Gordon D. Skeoch, M.D.
F.. W. Reiner, M.D.
Morgan Skinner, M.D.
Dr. O. W. Wheeler
Hille, Dora Mac
St. Pierre, Florence
Faust, John Jr.
Gray, Ella Mae
Sharp, Alice Mae
Agsten, Dorothy Jane
Clatson, Ada June
St. Pierre, Robert
Van Meter, Dorothy
Van Meter, Betty
VVilliamson, La Von
Williams, Anna Fae
Edington, La Verne
Yardley, La Veta
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I like n1y teacher because:
"He considers other people's rights. He is fair in
all things. He understands teenagers - especially
eighth graders. In short, I like Mr. VVister."
"He is lair and honest. He gives us a Christian
education . . . and he has good ideas. He treats us
one big family."
flair. Louis Sparks 7th Grade
I like my teacher because:
"I-Ie is always working with us in all ourstudies.
He pitches in and helps us, Out on the playground,
he is always active in the sports. Three cheers for
"He is such a kind and considerate man, always
willing to help his students with any problems they
illrs. Mabel Miller Llth Grade
I like my teacher because:
"She's sweet aml nice and she's kind to us and shc's
Libby Ann Bryson
"Every time that a holiday comes we get ice
"She reads stories to us, and plans parties for us."
M rs. Mary Guthrie 3rd Grade
I like my teacher because:
"She is so nice and patient with the children that
can't read very good."
"She is patient and she loves the boys and girls."
"She lets us do many nice things."
Sherrie Lee Summ ers
Mr. Donovan Olson 6th Grade
I like my teacher because:
"He gives us so many chances that we don't de-
serve. He explains thrngs so that we can under
stand them. He takes us to so many places on the
spur of the moment and shows us a good time.
"He gives us so many privileges, and because he
likes us. He plays with us all the tlme.
Mrs. Nina Rockwell 5th Grade
I like my teacher because:
1' that I think God wants her
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to do. She has a kind heart and helps out a lot.
She can understand everybody and knows how to
"She makes me study."
"She is fun. She gives lots of parties. She may be
strict but we need a strict teacher." I
Mrs. G. H. Dee 2nd Grade
I like my teacher because:
"She is the best teacher I know."
"She is nice and she lets us sing."
Judy Rae Potter
"She loves us and I love her."
Mrs. Grace Fuller lst and 2nd Grade
I like my teacher because:
"She brings Flowers."
"She lets us write on pieces of paper and look at
books. She lets us go get a drink if we are real
thirsty. She's so nice."
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2nd row: Essie Mae Brown, Donna Morrison, Glenna Shidler, Karen Pottridge, Libby Ann Bry-
son, Raymond Proctor, jerry Lenz, Larry Fischer, Larry Miller, Eugene Lysinger.
3rd row: Freddie Villanueva, Bobby Shetler, Marvin Mittchel, Billy Dentham, Larry Ververka,
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2328 E SIXTH ST. NATIONAL CITY CALIF
TELEPHONE - GREELEV 7-III
We are striving day by day to meet the every need of those in the Sunset of Life.
Our continued progress is a true reflection of the personal attention given to those
intrusted to our care. Valley View is indeed a home away from home, YOUR FRIEND
IN THE TIME OF NEED.
Valley View Sanitarium 8. Rest Home, Inc.
68 2328 East om sf. - National Cary, Calif.
Phone GR. 7-lll5
"Quality Painting Is a Good Investment"
KOLPACOFF PAINTING CO.
INTERIOR DECORATING 81 PAPERHANGING
SPRAY PAINTING - SWING STAGE
INDUSTRIAL - COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL
HOpkin 6-9480 - HOpkin 6-7070
Member of Painting SI Decorating Contractors of America
3565 IMPERIAL AVE. - LEMON GROVE - P.O. Box 365
COMP'-'MEN-I-S Everything Photographic
HARMER'S PHOTO SHOP
403 University Ave.
ROBERT'S MEN SHOP
BRINEG-AR'S GUEST HOME PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
1429 D0"e 5'-f 5'1" D'e90 824 National Ave. - Phone GR. 7-4201
BElm0nf 44718 National City, California
San Diego's oldest and largest M1i.sic Store!
CONN BAND INSTRUMENTS
PAN AMERICAN BAND INSTRUMENTS
LEEDY 8a LUDWIG DRUMS AND MARIMBAS
Band Instrument Rentals for Beginners.
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Best Wishes to the
Class of '54
1900 Logan Avenue, San Diego
Telephone: BElmont 3-1287
Best Wishes From
BAY FURNITURE CO.
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1125-31 SIXTH AVENUE -0 SAN DIEGO, QCALIF.
Phone ss. 9-9453
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Home of: Winthrop Shoes
Famous for -
"Quality Shoes Since - 1909"
419 C Street
4755 Palm Avenue
P.O. Box 488
La Mesa, California
Xl-xsugx 0 Religious and Educational Films
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lA Department of Pacific Union Conferencel
HEATH'S FUNERAL AND AMBULANCE SERVICE
Howard and Joan Heath
Congratulations to the 1954 Graduating Class of
San Diego Union Academy
Upon the Successful Completion
of Studies and Courses Undertaken.
1055 Sixth Avenue San Diego
1360 5th Avenue
I39 East Eighth St.
Smart Shops in National City
EI Caion - Lemon Grove - Pacific Beach
229 National Avenue
National City, Calif.
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l3l6 Natl. Ave., Natl. City.
Everything in Glass
A Friendly Place to Trade
2046 rf Steve lkgdh
Richfield Ph. HI 4-9730
366 El Cajon Blvd.
El Cajon, California
Tires, Recapping 48-Hr. Service
American 81 Foreign
Patio Furniture Truck Covers
We make our awnings on the premises and invite you
to visit our shop and store. We carry a complete line of
EL CAJON AWNING CO.
845 El Cajon Blvd., El Caion HI. 4-5447
i527 First Ave.
Wafionaf ollumger gomlaany
Lumber - Building Supplies - Plumbing
708 East 8th Street
National City, Calif.
The Home of S.D.U.A.
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akes, pies, doughnuts, cookies, cream puffs! They melt the
eart. If you have any doubts - enter George's Bakery! 1519 Highland Avenue
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Concrete Blocks - Shakes.
3 Miles North of El Caion on North Magnolia
Santee, California HI. 4-7961
Closed Saturdays - Open Sundays
"Keep 'em rollmglv
San Diego Union Academy recommends:
"Visit the Slead Tire Company and meet Mr. and Mrs. Slead, Margaret and
Jeanne. You'11 never regret the acquaintance with that family or their pro-
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Seiberling Tires - Tubes - Batteries
White-walls Our Specialty
3704 Main Street, San Diego 13, California BE. 9-3844
Serving the Southeastern California Conference with . . .
BOOKS - BIBLES - SACRED RECORDS
CHlLDREN'S BOOKS - GIFTS - TRACTS
Order through your Home Missionary Secretary or from us.
Southeastern California Book 81 Bible House
P. O. Box 584 9707 Magnolia Ave.
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National Ave. GR. 7-4114
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2920 University Avenue
San Diego 4, Calif.
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