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The Girls' League is made up of all the girls in the school and is one of the
most vital organizations at SBJHS. Their list of activities includes talent shows,
services as hostesses for the PTA and usherettes for the spring production, and
participation in the Council of Christmas Cheer. Miss Murphy and Mrs. Nair are
the faculty advisers.
Front row: Joan Miller, Esther Cruz,. Clarita Romero, Gloria Malengo. Roseanne Carnpilio.
Middle row: Rose Marie Mendoza, Marie Fouche, Dorothy Ball, Jo Anne Miller, Marjorie Mc.
Craken, Theony Condos.
Back Row: Sharon Biggam, Mary Lee, Ettra Montini, Teresa Tenosa, Betsy Smartt.
The Boys' Club includes in its membership all the boys in the school. They have
had a varied program of activities, with special emphasis on talent shows, undler
the leadership of Mr. Jolly. '
Fiont ow Roland Lopez Steven Licker Gordon McMillan John Richards
Back row Joe Romero Vaughn Wipf Alan Jones
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The Student Council i
The Student Body Officers form
the core of the Student Council
which supervises student activi-
ties. They are assisted by presi-
dents from the school organiza-
t tions and the homerooms. All are
elected for one semester. Mr. Rit-
chie is the faculty adviser.
Front row: Robe-rta Coppock, Kristin McCaffery, Paul Duxbury, Susan Hol-
Back row: Bob Goux, Dick Heron, Don Wright, John Mullins, Marjorie Mc-
Cracken, Eddie Cordero.
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The Student Court
The Student Court is made up
of nine homeroom presidents,
three from each grade. Two
judges who are appointed by the
student body president and ap-
proved bythe Student Council
preside. The purpose of the court
is not to punish, but to help the
student become a better citizen.
Members are chosen each sem-
ester. Sessions are held in the
Student Body room at regular
intervals .Mr. Blake is the faculty
Left to right: lVIike McKnight, Judy McCarrol1, Marcia Buchanan, Ann Foss,
Don Wright, Eddie Cordero, John Mullins, Elvia Siben, Arleen Terres, Dion War-
ren, Joe Leon.
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Front row: Judy Schooler, Roseanne Campilioj Joanne Fer.
nandez, Clarita Romero, Mary Strate. ,
Second Row: Gill Williamson, Ruth Voskuyl, Jo Ann Dalton,
Ettra Montini, Beverly Wyrick, Kristin McCaffery, Erik Nordli
Back row: John Humphreys, Robert Benbrook, Raully
Jaramillo, James Elsing, Floyd Ross.
Front- row: Jimmy Apodaca, John Humphreys,
Eddie Cordero, Peter Capovilla, Gilbert Valasquez.
Back row: Ross Munoz, Walter Sexton, Richard
Prato, Lynne Sturmer, Alphonso Diaz.
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The musical groups at SBJHS this year have been the largest in the history
of the school. There were sixty members in the Girls' Glee Club, forty-five in the
Boys' Glee Club, sixty in the Band, and sixty in the Orchestra. The Dance Band, the
Ninth Grade Chorus, the Pompon girls and the majorettes were also large and ac-
tive units of the music department.
Double-Crossed, a musical comedy, was presented by the Boys' Glee Club
with the Pit Orchestra providing the music. This Fall operetta was such an out-
standing success that it was taken to La Cumbre Junior High School for a per-
The Ninth Grade Chorus and the Girls' Glee Club were featured in a KTMS
tape recording during the Christmas season. The Band distinguished itself by win-
ning a first place in the Thanksgiving Day parade on State Street.
The Orchestra as well as the Band performed on numerous occasions at our
a.ssemblies and in concerts at the High School, La Cumbre Junior High, J efferson,
and Garfield Schools.
The annual Spring Concert featured the vocal and instrumental organizations
in a variety of numbers.
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