Stockton High School - Guard and Tackle Yearbook (Stockton, CA)

 - Class of 1947

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f IIIII III III PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL ALICE EISELEN - EDITOR FRANCES COLLIVER - ASSOCIATE EDITOR EVA PETERS, JOAN SCHEDIWY - PHOTOGRAPHERS HIIE AcTors and acTresses hurry home across The Tree arched lawns and paThs ol The sTudio aTTer a hard days worlc "on locaTion". Pruluque Our school, SToclcTon l-ligh . . . where everyone is work' ing Toward a single goal- The educaTion oT sTudenTs To become ciTizens ready To meeT The many challenges The world has To oTTer . . . in a movie sTudio, Too, every' one is working Tor one pur- pose-To provide enTerTain- menT which will relieve The Tension of modern living . . . boTh have Their ouTsTanding producTions, acTors, direc- Tors, and sTage seTTings . . . l9oTh have imporTanT and recognized places in The world oT Tomorrow , . . so here is an inTerpreTaTion oT our high school as The Blue and WhiTe STudio . . . Lighfsl Camera! 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Producers Sludio . . . five efiiciem' and experienced adminislraiors . . . seldom receive lhe credil lhey deserve for handling difiicull and ledious roles "lc-ehind 'rhe scenes" . . . co- ordinaling 'rhe many diiiereni deparlmenls of ihe sludio . . . hard-worlcing execulives . . . lhey are in complere charge of all sludio acliviiies . . . assume fhe enlire respon- sibiliiy for all Blue and While produclions . . . under iheir cooperalive leadership srudio iechnicians, wrifers, direclors, aclors, and cameramen are all uniled info a single smoolhly running combinalion . . . crediied wiih lhe produciion of many academy award winners . . . our live "lop no+ch" execurives. Presenling . . . 'rhe producers of 'rhe Blue and While MR. CAVE . . . jovial . . . under- MISS McINNES . . . well-liked . .. MR. CAULKINS . . . our good slanding adviser To any s+uclen'r Vice Principal and Dean of Girls nalured regislrar . . . whose hard . . . among his dulies are supervis- . . . her crowded program includes worlc lhis year made room for ing all boys' aclivilies . . . guiding advising Jrhe Jr. Red Cross, Girls' some 500 new sludenfs in an al- fhe Siudenl Council. Sludeml Conlrol, and Sr. Cabinet ready over-crowded school. Uireclurs Schooling acfors and acfresses . . . The direcTors of our sTudio . . . experTs in many varied fields . . . spend Time coaching sTudenTs in The delivery of Their lines . . . Take parT in The direcTion of sTudio producTions . . . Through Their unTiring efforTs sTarleTs are given an opporTuniTy To become sTars. Mrs. Marian, Mrs. Lonquisl, Miss Fowle and Miss Dunning HOME ECONOMICS Divided inTo Two efficienT branches . . . handling boTh chili con carne and colorful cosfumes . . . The Home Economics DeparTmenT . . . capably providing wardrobes for The sTudio's sTars . . . experTs design hisToricaI and modern cosTumes . . . skilled Teachers insTrucT sTudenTs in The creafion of colorful garrnenTs . . . The second branch of The deparTmenT Teaches sTudenTs To work in The sTudio kiTchens . . . everyThing from viTamins and vinegar To baking soda and braised beef . . . Tesfed recipes range from spIiT pea soup To candied nuTs . . . only The besT is served. SOCIAL STUDIES In UniTed STaTes Hisfory . . . sTudenTs discuss such inTeresTing Topics as The causes of The Whiskey Rebellion . . . in Modern I-IisTory . . . The inTriguing War of Jenkins' Ear . . . while Those in Currenf European I-IisTory sTudy The unhappy counTries of Europe from The Time of The FirsT World War To The presenT . . . buT These are noT The only subiecTs offered by The Social STudies DeparTmenT . . . courses in Social and Economic Problems . . . Teach sTars ThaT Two can'T eaT as cheaply as one aT a drive-in . . . and general Social STudies . . . offers such varied subiecfs as eTiqueTTe and safe driving . . .how To "sofT-soap" a Traffic policeman, no doubT. Righf-Miss Collins, Miss RinseT, Miss Brown, Miss S'fford, and Mr Leff, I'rsT row-Mrs. Wh'Te, Miss Sch a , Miss Wright, Miss , I . I I w b Mrs. Landrum, and Ml M I Johnson Second row-Mr. Hancock, Mr. Drury, Mr. Scheprnan, and Mr. EII S.. ,W ri ff., M521 . , 5 HW-wxm fm Missy ,,2,.,.c iz fgswmmfff .4 - X gba. fy ky T- 5 Mi k V, , U " f. M X his f ' X' 'lk 5 .Q , F A Y A X A f .ag : m W K . K s5f'w +?,4SaI?1.g,k E if w ,JFS , Q R W: gf if I X W' up E gy .W I Q, Af S 'SE 1 , w S Q 'za SSE' fs fre :-. S .. .XS . ' X N3 .5 6 w f,,W4f1ff ,WW -as 2 5 1 . J, Ur ,F Si .f-i. M My 2 '1 , is , S X L 55,,.,,,i 2 -' gm, www f 'I X K W yi 3 A L-- 555,53 H L V ,g sp KW? .- .x -- as- A ,N I 5 Q wmv- lf 4 it -2 .i,, 5 J Q Wx kv. ff S E 4 x gy 1, x . . 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All sTudio acTors are required To devoTe a parT oT each day To ouTdoor recreaTion . . . under The supervision oT The Boys' Physical EducaTion DeparTmenT . . . classes are offered in hygiene and TirsT aid as well as in many elecTive sporTs . . . baseball, baslceT- ball, TooTball, and Traclc draw The maioriTy oT sTudenTs . . . some go in Tor golT, Tennis, or swimming . . . oTher "ambiTious characTers" spend Their gym period sTrolling around The Traclc leisurely Tanning Their legs . . . buT aT The end oT every period each "amaTeur aThleTe" has To waiT his Turn in The "mirror line". Leif-Mr. Garrigan, Mr. McKay, and Mr. Walson, RiqhTAMr. Caviqlia, Mr. Evans, .und Mr. Solomon. "33"' R! X -R 1 r W Q R S 'S f ii, fu , ,I X 7 SQ if ,ff f Z A 2 Maw 1 .M x W g, Q X, - ",, iff. ff ' " v.'h I v 4 I A -"' ,f I .V , .,., 'Jia' f ., N' v. , MQ ... W ' fm, . 1' www , A 'Q x Q ix X X ' if ff N X .3 V I v ul f A f swf, riff fwy ff ' "1?f?:wwE'i:e ' Hifi' ' 5512? f, nm. 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LEWIS AGRICULTURE Whal is 'rhe proper diel for a cow . . . how far aparl should Bermuda onions be planled . . . Ihese and many olher pracfical queslions are answered in Agriculfure classes Iaughl by Mr. Lewis . . . in acfual farm experimen+s sludenls are given a chance 'ro sludy animal and planl life . . , valuable expere ience for Iufure farmers. MR. SMITH , OFFICES The Main Ollice . . . cenler of Ihe sIudio's admin- islralion . . . headguarlers for Blue and While execulives . . . 'Ihe Allendance Office . . . daily keeping Irack of all sludenfs . . . issues permils for acfors and aclresses 'ro enrer sels . . . Ihe Come mercial Office . . . accounling lor Ihe'money earned by sfudio produclions . . . box office for all alhlelic conlesls. Upper Ieff-Mr. Short and Mr. I-Ieisinqer. Lower lefI-Miss Robbins, Miss Scanllebulry, and Mrs. Carfor. Lower righf-Mrs, Wright and Miss Giacovoni. Upper rnqhl-Mr. Carmichael and Miss Smifh. 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A NIX4 I -7 is X ww. ,Q A "ll you lmnew Susie like we lcnow Susiel' . . . llinn you'd lcnow , . . a lnard- worHnq qalaround Nm-sei. .. one wlmo nneriis lop roles . . , named an oulslandino diieflor as . . . Vice President ol llie Sludvnl Body . . . l'dilor ol llie Hgalil . . . Round 'lable Presidenl . . . Tri Ayanle Secrelary . . , llwrev somoslers a sludenl 'icon- lrollc-il' . . . SUE BRANDON . . . vliicienl dirncloi . . . and always a friend ADAMS, AUDREY 3lf2 yrs. lo qraduale AGNEW, MARY HELEN Sec. IZB Class: Vice Pres. IZB Class: Pres. Tri-Avanre ARIOTO, ANTHONY Newman BAKER, NADINE Edison Yell Leader: TrivArri- ba BALDWIN, FRANK Band 4 yrs.: Orclieslra 3 yrs.: Jean Abernallwy Audrey Adams Warren Adams Mary Helen Aqnew Donald Allen Esperanza Alvarez Joe Alvarez Anthony Ariolo Warren Allcins Nadine Balmer Eranlr Baldwin Lealrice Banlillo BERGSTROM, ROMULUS BROWN, EDWARD 3lf2 yrs. lo qraduale Edison Sludenl Body Pres.: BIANCHIX ALBERT Honor UE" 2 sem.: Edison Com. of Welfare: Newman, Club: Jones Moror Cadels Round Table BROWN, MARTIN BOYCE, GLENN "QM" rgporfer 3lf2 yrs. To qraduale US- Navy 2 ws- BRANDON, SUE BUCKWALTER, LUCILLE BANNU-O' LEATRICE Oulslanding Senior, see ac- 3V? WS' lo qraduale CSF- ' Sem' +ivi+v pifrfure Buiasrein, DoRRETr BERGER, IRVING BREGANTE, EVA Oulslandinq Senior, see ac:- U.S. Navy 2 yrs. Girls' Tennis 'lournarnenl liyily piclure lvinfi BIFHIPV Romulus Berqslrom Alberl Bianglwi Pal Blaclc Sue Brandon Dolores Bvassesso Eva Bf0f15"'lf' Carl Bioolcinq Daryl Brown Edward Brown Marlin Brown Lucile Buclcwallor A xo- 9' q....,.. . ,guven if F fr .qv v,,' 4 1 I llc vu-ll Bumlvirw Rmallo Caballero Fred Calvelll LaVonne Carllon Mario Carroll Oplwflln C15 Jolw Cowl Nlclc Clriarclwianis Waller Clmi Diana Clausserw Hlwel Coburn Cfwrlllee Colalm I Ollv Colle? Palsy Cornwell Pal Corley Pal Cowin Frank Coyle Lflmdmm- Cmrf CALVELLI, FRED CQBURN, ETHEL Varsily Foolball 2 yrs.: A.P.- Band 2 yrs. rT16dGlISlI lXl9WfT1GI'1 CARRQLLV MARIE Tri-Arriba A ,pfr+r.r,wd fmlrrrr, mlllrf- Amin I , , . . 1 hav fwcw mq aufvrrl-',', wm 3X2 WFS' lo qladuale I . prlzos lm essay pr-flfrrlimr , , lu- EI'OUb5dOUf'Sf Cl'l5pl5ln Trl' lwlrrd lfl1fLSlyP:w?v!lm rEgafflSxfprlf1lr'!ligi . erege qu ww an 1- A , , 1 1 Edlson Sludenl Conlrol mme-, bsfrlmfl .x lmylnrfmd F5 plfml-,l I pclrlovrrw . , . A sludslml rl-frfivv hm Y r NICK Girls Tenms Tournament Trl- CASAF. Hr, ,,,,,,vb,.,,y,m, W, 1 A fm, Bee Baskefball 2 yrs. Arriba drfrw-nf U..Upll1 . . , U., My W. CLAUSSEN, mmm QQOLIDGE, JUNE 4 4 - jf'4j3Ajj'Q,QQffflfvB'llf5l',fjf Troubadours: TriAArril3a Edison Orclweslra Qd',l,3H lmfm or rw, ,MS 4 ' Bwlb Cv-rw Carol Clmninqlwam Una Belle Dorm Delmar Dalv Arm llfalwrrxw Alla Delarm Frilz Dormer Douqlas Diehl Preslon Douqlas Ono oi Ilwe lniardc-sl workers in Ilie studio , . . ner recipe for success is . . , Ialce plenIy of liard siudy Io qei all "AS" . . . include enouqlw praclice for excelleni aI3iIiIy on Ilne piano , .. add oboe praclice lor Ilwe band . . . siff in af inlervals Iirne for Round Table, C.S.E., and Newman rneelinqs . , . spice wiiln pop and smiles . . . mir wall, and you lwave . . , LEOTA- MAE ciaocco COWIN, PAT Tri-Eerese CROCCO, LEOTAMAE Oulsianding Senior, see ac Iiviiy picrure CROW, BOB J.V. Eooiball I yr.: Bloclc "S" CUNNINGI-IAM, CAROL Siudenl Con+roI7 Tri-Eer- ese DAGG, UNA BELLE Ouislanding Senior, see ac Iiviiy piclure DALE, DELIVIER BV2 yrs. Io qraduafe Gaimiie Harrison Gibson Giexion Mildred Grifiinq Alma Dilbeclc Marie Dowler Pal Emerson Elizaboiln Espirieda Alan Eufsler Charloffe Evans Gerald Evans Barbour Ewinq Howard Eonq Ned Eoriune Louis Francois Diclr Gaedflce DALONZO. ANN ERANCOIS, LOUIS "Gai" reporieri Chaplain Tris Track 3 yrs.: Cadef 2 yrs. Verifer Newman EMERSQN' PAT DELARMI ALTA Troubadours: Rally Cornmii Edison Highlighis reporlery T99 Pan Pacific Club ESPUNIEDA, ELIZA3ETH 3 rs. Io ora uafe DENZER, FRITZ 2 Y - Varsiry Eoofball 2 yrs.: Track EULSLER' Alffhly 2 yrs.: Sec.-Treas. Block "S" X2 O gre U5 e EVANS, CHARLOTTE DILBECKI AI-MA Troubadours: Triflierese Edison O'.A.A. EVANS' GERALD EONG, HOWARD J.V. Eooiball 2 yrs.7 Varsiiy Pres. Mencius I-Ii-Y Eoolball I yr. Pal Gioflonini Marjorie Goddard Kinman Gonq Eslliei Gonzalez Evelyn Guilwrey Carol I-Ianslwaw Paul I-Iausenileclc Barbara I-Iaxelbalfe aVclm,- l'lm-ml Ralplw lnluad Gone Hill Xlacl: l-lolnwes livni- l-luslon ,laflc lnqram GAEDTKE, DICK Oulsfanding Senior, seo ac- livily piclure QARMIRE, PRESTON Traclc 2 yrs.: Sec. Bulldog Hi- Y QIQTTONINI, PAT Pres. l2B Class: C.S.E. 2 Sernq Round Table: Tri-Ayanf le: Rally Cornmillee GODDARD, MARJORIE Edison Sludenl Body Secf Treas.: Vice Pres.. Sec. G.A.- Lkl KKXLTLTTVAT PlCl'dlllxl Klnflxv Clinlori L+--f Eliialvvlli l.n-e Viiqinia l-leiniiclis Alize l-loir'andm'.' G4-iliudw l-l l l Hulren llirlc Vernelle l-lolnnm Slnnw Gow: l-lonii lvlaylwlnnr- l-louw .lafqm-linn l-lu y Gilbnrl Jolinson Wanda ,lolvnaon Cl'aims Knopf-1 .lolnn Kno A.: Congress: Pres. Library Club: Tri-Eerese SONG, KINMAN C.S.E. 3 sem.: Vice Pres. Clwinese Club: Pres., Chap- lain Mencius l-lifY GRIEEING, MILDRED Sec. IZA Class: Tri'Eerose HANSHAVV, CARQL Vice Pres. IQB Class: "Gal Associale Edifor: Rally Com milloe: Junior Cabinel: Tri' eraexrom, ooue Avfmle Varsily Eoolball Edison I yr.r Liqlv- ,wir i ixclirin , , , nn, ,Wi 2 yrsg Baskelball iiiinl eliinwfy .a sim . . ii proinf- wi,rll'y rw-i : fvifanii- il, si-1-ri , . , an l yr' .1-.lull-'rw imwairi lfi Urn Bi-ll1'...lfvv wr lwiliiirr' 5-.iliaynl ill ii lvemliliri 'lGa'rl' Business Manager: Tri' . if , . Snr, V Can. Pri-viilirvvl . . . Ferese liz' :if-i wi l-V: .avid liiarcl wi llc lufliinrl flaw 'ni-rw, 7 P unfl liilwlii, CSE. .ind TiiAvm',i- 4 A A li-i ln-i iiiiiuiiiil Arlene Kiaoer' Ev.1'w-incl Lauri llwini .ii .1 Ti. iiiwiifloiii . . UNA l-lerbeil Lon Kayi Lin- BELLE l,UAl5Cr iul-,mrnliriii 1,1-niiiv Our Ieadinq man in Ihe field of sports . . . widely praised for abilily wilh our championship Ioolball ele- ven . . . valuable 'ro bolh baslcelball and frank learns , . 4 Commissioner of Alhlelics . . 4 Block "S" and Round Table member . . . dynamile before Ihe camera as a compefilive sporls opponenf . . . qood nalured and sociable in real life . . . DICK GAEDT- KE . . . Ihe name in Iiqhls in lhe "SporIs Thealeru HEAD, LAVERNE Edison Congress: Triefzerese HEAD, RALPH Varsify Foofball I yr.: J.V. Eoolball I yr. HEINRICHS, VIRGINIA 3If2 yrs. Io graduafe HICKS, HELEN Tri-Arriba HITT, GENE Band 4 yrs. HOLMES, JACK Oulsrandinq Senior see ac, liyily piclure Abie Moran Wanda Naiman Tony Moreira James Newman I Pansy Lee Gene LiH'Ie Merle Loqan Frank Loue Dan Mandic Paul Mariani Raymond Marlinez Thomas Mari Karl Maynard Salvador Medel John Mendes Ila Moore HOLMES, VERNETTE Edison Jr. Red Cross Sec. HOSE, FRANK J.V. Eoo'rIoaII I yr.: Band 2 yrs. HOUSE, MAYBLENE Pres. Tri-Arriba HUSSEY, JACOUELINE Tri-Eerese HUSTON, IRENE 3If2yrs. 'ro graduafeg Orches- +ra 2V2 yrs.: Pres. Tri-Creamag G.A.A. ISLAS, ESTHER Edison Hiqhlighls reporlery Henry Morifa Georqe Morr Elhel Nq Henry Nq Congress, Sec. Dislribufive Ed. Club JOHNSON, WANDA 3If2 yrs. Io gradualei C.S.E. 3 sem.: "Gal" Business Mana- ger: Blue and While sfall: TrifArriba KEPPEL, CHARLES Oulslanding Senior, see ac Iivily piclure LEE, CLINTON Bee Baslcelball I yr. LEE, ELIZABETH CSE. I sem. Erances Moy Tony Mu Shiqeru Niizawa John Olcam ,uf"'Nf Q05 Jack Onelo Maxine Osborne Jim Pachuca Dorofhy Passadore Dale Pearson Ralph Pede sen Jodnan Pelerrnan RuIherIord Pelers Elhel Pilqrim Ross Plaslerer Nova Powell Jrziry Pri o Edna Robosio John Risso Claylon Robinson Norma Sainaqhi Shirlee Salini Waller Sanquin Ili LEE, HERBERT Chinese Club: Mencius I-Ii-Y: 208'rh Ivlilirary Police Co. LEE, PANSY French Club MARIANI, PAUL Edison Sfudenr Body Vice Pres.: Pres. Red Cross: Slu- denf Confrolq Congress: Edi- son I-Iiqhlighfs reporlerz C.S. E. I sem.: Sparian I-Ii-Y MARTINEZ, RAY Edison Sludenl Body Pres.: Com. ol Awards: Congress: Sludenl Conlrol: Pres. Bloclc Viola Shaw Ted Shurnway Pe-Ier Srnirh Richard Smilh "EH: Pres. Sparlan Hi-Y: Vice MORITA, HENRY Pres. Key Club: Varsiry Fool- ball I yr.: J.V. Foorball I yr. Varsily Baslcelball I yr.: J.V. Baslcelball I yr.: Varsiry Base ball I yr. MARTINEZ, THOMAS Track I yr. MAYNARD, KARL 3If2 yrs. Io graduale MOREIRA, TONY 3If2 yrs. Io graduale 3If2 yrs. Io graduale NAIIVIAN, WANDA 3If2 yrs. Io graduale NAVA, BERI-IIDA I-Iiqh Sleppers A versalile performer .. .winner of an "Oscar" . . , and cerfainly deservinq an award . . , in The musical world , . . crilics deem his Hlrumpeleerinq oulslandinq . . . in The world of sporls . . . a Iearured lead for Ihree years in Ihe 'IS-pirls Nox?sref!"H. . . a I d + h Y sfar payer wil our -oo? an an 3X2 Yrs' IO gre ua e' FC es Iraflc learns . , , 0 sludio policeman ITG 2 yI'S. , , . aclive behind Ihre scenes in Round Table and Black "S" . . Charlene Srnilh Orville Srnilh JACK I-IOLMES . . . rnusirian Pal Smylh Lorraine Sola alhlele , . . sfudenl ner ol OSI. membership . . . pro- Iicienl as a leadinq scienlisf . . . in Ihe roles of Iab assislanf and Science Club President . . . a Round Table Club member . . , cerlainly deser- vinq an award lor his performance as valediclorian . . . wbo buf CHAR- LES KEPPEL . . . Icnown around Ile sludio as Bob NEWMAN. JIM 3If2 yrs. Io graduafe: Cadef Corps 2 yrs.: Band 2IfQ yrs. NG, ETHEL Sludenf Confrol: Clninese Club NG, HENRY 3If2 yrs. 'Io qraduafe: Pres. Chinese Club NIIZAWA, SHIOERU 3If2 yrs. Io graduafe ONETO, JACK J.V. Foorball 2 yrs.: Band 4 yrs. ORR, JIM Band 3 yrs. OSBORNE, MAXINE Orclweslra 2 yrs.: Edison Slu- denf Conrrol PACHUCA, JIM 3Iyf2 yrs. Io qraduale PALACIOS, ANITA Round Table: Tri-Ferese Be ce Toqo Darrell Toney Raymond Solari Ben Srarlc Marilyn Sloclcdale Leone Slorer PASSADORE, DOROTHY C.S.E. I sem.: Newman: Sec. Ilalian Club PEDERSEN, RALPH Oursranding Senior, see ac +ivi+y picfure PILGRIM, ETHEL Band I yr.: Orcheslra I yr. PLASTERER, ROSS Naval Training I yr. POWELL, NORA 3If2 yrs. Io graduare REBOSIO, EDNA Edison Sludenf Conlrol: Pres. Disrribufive Ed. Club SAINAGHI, NORMA Edison Yell Leader: Honor "EH: Edison Higlnliglwls repor- Ier: Tri-Verife SALINI, SHIRLEE Vice Pres. Girls' League: Tri- Avanle SANGUINETTI, WALTER J.V. Faorball 2 yrs. SOLA, LORRAINE 3If2 yrs. Io graduare SOLARI, RAYMOND Varsily Eoolball I yr. STARK, BEN Band 2 yrs.: OrcI1es+ra I sem. Adeline Torres Tom Toy Jack Sfewarl Maqoie Sle af Pa? Sroui Zifa Telom STEWART, MAGGIE 3If2 yrs. 'ro graduale STORER, LEONE Troubadours STOUT, PAT Pres. C.S.E.: member C.S.E. 3 sem.: Orcheslra 3If2 yrs.: Srring Ouarref I sem.: Sfu- denf Confrolz Round Table: Tri-Ferese TYRRELL, DEAN J.V. Eoorball I yr. VARGAS, SAM 3If2 yrs. Io graduale: Edison Higlnliqhrs reporler: Jones Mofor Caders WALLS, JEAN 3If2 yrs. 'ro graduafe WATTS, WILMA 3If2 yrs. 'ro graduare WEBB, JANICE 3If2 yrs. Io qraduare: Tri-Cre- ami WEBB, LEONARD 3If2 yrs. Io qraduale WEINSTEIN, PHYLLIS 3If2 yrs. +0 graduaI'eI Sopho- more, Junior Cabinels WHEELER, ALICE 3If2 yrs. Io qraduale Dean Tyrrell Billie Vaccarez Sam Plwy David Vaiqas Mel Vereqqe Weinstein Alice Wheeler WHEELER, DONNA 3I,f2 yrs. Io qraduale: Sec. Girls' League: Round Table: Tri-Verile VVIGLEY, MARVIN Yell Leader: Band 4 yrs.: Track 2 yrs.: Tennis 2 yrs.: Boys' Sfale Deleqale WILLIAMS, FAY 3lf2 yrs. Io graduale WOI-ILD, JACK U.S. Navy I4 mo. WONG, DAVID Cliinese Club OTHER GRADUATES ANDREW AHLOUIST CHARLES BAI LER LEROY BATCHELOR ROBERT BEWLEY FRANK COSTANZA GERALD COTHRAN RAY CURNOW BRANT DROWN KATHARINE FLORITA JACK FONG KIM FONG BOB GARDNER WILLARD GORDON GERALD GRESHAM DOLORES HONEYCI-IURCH Jean Walls Wilma Walls Donna Wheeler Marvin Wiqley ALVIN KALLGREN DONALD KENDRICK CYRIL KRAMER JOHN KRUGER RICHARD LANG GEORGE LANSFORD LAWRENCE LEE WAYNE LEONARD MARY LOCASO AH DOCK LOUIE EDGAR MacNEILL FRANK MADDEN LOUIE MAH LILLIAN MAYER FRANK MCCLORY BILL MQFARLAND LLOYD MILLS ANNA JEAN MOOR ILA MAE MORGAN YVONNE MOROTTI HAROLD MORRIS HATSUTO NAGAI BERVAL POULIN JAMES RIST MARY RODGERS ALYCE SAFINE WoiiLq Joe Wonq Tarnolsu Yasuda Esllier Islas Janice Webb Fay Williams GEORGE SCHLINK DONALD SELLARS EDWARD SHORT PHIL SMITH AL TASSANO ELGIN THOMPSON CHARLES TOOMES DICK VERBER CHARLES WILSON Leonard Webb Jack Wohld Rresudenl OI lusl abnul evovyllnlnq P d I ll I d I ..."e"...our0wn a SUQVT body prexy . . . earlier roles include Pe 'd I I CSF R bl ...rsieno F1I'T1 UTS I-IIYY, and Ilwe I-IIVY TriY Council . . . Associale Edifor of Ilw "Ga1" . . . a musical role as a Troubadour . . . deleqale lo Boys' Slain . . . and OUTI E1 C' U ITIS? aR dTbI Clb rnber... srnilinq, jolrinq RALPH PEDERSEN . . . leadinq man in Ilwe qala produf YA I I ll s I ION O OIJV 5 PTTIPS Of Tlieres plenly lo be said aboul AI mlhal shels hard worlcinq, Conscien- liiuus, and a born leader . . . Edilor ml lhis annual . . . Piesidenl and Secretary ol Round Table, deleqalo Io Girls' Slale . . . Quill and Scroll . . Smlelary ol C.S.E. and Gold 5+-al Bs-mor . . srriilinq ALICE EISELEN . , . oulslnndinq lor school ac liyilies AEIEARN, ALAN Science Club: Sophomore, Junior Cabinels ALLAN, ROBERT Army 2 years ALLEC, JEANNETTE Newman: Vice Pres. French Club: Senior Cabinel: Edison Oueen: Edison Cabinel AMEN, lSAlAl-l C.S.E. 2 semeslers ANTHONY, DICK Sophomore, Junior Cabinels AUGUSTINE, NANETTE Tri-Avanle: Sludenl Conlrol Florence Bailey Helen Balcaa Winilrf-.I Barber Belly Lou Barlcman .4 ..,. ' its Alan Ahearn Cecil Albrillon Dean Allen Isaiah Amen Roberl Arlernenlco Nanelle Auqusline BAERWALD, DON Pres., Sec. Acmy I-lifY3 Varsily Foolball I year BLANCI-IERD, ED 3lf2 yrs. lo graduale: Edison Varsily Eoolball I yr.: Edison Sludenl Conlrolq Block "Ent Army 2 yrs. BANOVITCH, ANNA MAY C.S.F. 4 sem.: Sec. Newman: Round Table: G.A.A.: Pres. Old English "S" June Ball Lorraine Balsley Leland Barnard Bob Barnes Roberl D. Allan Jeannizlle Allor Dick Anlhony ' Bob Aibanasin Anila Baccolli Donald B.wiwCili'I BARKIVIAN, BETTY LOU Tri-Verile BARROWS, DON Newman: Traclc I yr. BEARDSLEY, BLENDON J.V. Eoolball I yr.: Bee Bas- lcelball 2 yrs.: "Gal" Sporls Edilorq Sec. Rambler l'li4Y: Treas. French Clubi Vice Pres. Key Club: C.S,l:. 2 sem.: Round Tablet Ouill and Scroll Edward Banchero Anna May Banovl I Don Barrows Lourine Baillfzll 3 slr-im Bnsrmm Mary Lou Basrnam Euqene Beadlesfon Blendon Beardsroy Mis Bvrvsford Barbara Bs-rq Bernard Berq Beverly Berrim ff-ich HMM Lmmrryon Birmhnm Mariel Birdwol! Par C. Brad BEADLESTON. EUGENE Varsify Eoofbalf 2 yrs.f Block "S" BEJARANG. JOHN 3'f2 yrs. io graduafeg Bend ff? yrs. BENIGNO, BENNY Newman BERLIN, BEVERLY Tri'Ayar1fe BERG. BERNARD Pres.. Vice Pres.. Br-Hy Bulmbwx Mvrrrn Bonds rwrrlv Brndrwrd Lydia Bravo Sec. Acmy HF-Y: Senior CabineTj Siu den? Confrol 2 sem. BERTRAM, ANN Sfudenf Corfrrolf Edison G.A.A. BERTUCCELLI, GEORGE Newman BETTI, ZELDA Honor HE" 3 sem. BIRDWELL. MARIE 3'f2 yrs. +0 graduare: Sfudenf Conhol Sranluy Borclwardr Bmry Lou G i ...rw craidlrw Bvazeau Rf?L1rFd!C'4 Brwakf 'vu X I Fw .4 A 'E' PY rr-Nd JOHU Bvlfararuf Bffrrrry Br-rrrqrr Gwmqu Burtueu-NH Arm Burimrr Br-Nb BH-'J Vim BKWUJH lUyrmrw'r2 rfrmr-K, r,r'rrxW pm lmrqf-n , . . ami Hrs wwf r IA, -,rrmw . . . Divssrfssfxf rf Wm? Q-xp'-wlyw frrwrqy fha? brinrlu 'f-' ,u '- ,... ffr pw-.rf frrwk aT Pwr rf-rfwrfl , . . Vffr- PM-sr if-rr? wr Rvurd Tab?" Wrd Grrru Lrwn 11111 Pr'-ul HHH? . , . Sf V1 Lwwirlr ,nuff R.1Hy C1""zrrrI"fw f1n'rr-r P f-r- L rw-r rurrvpirrrg Mr r.., V rr r r',f rwrfr uw CECJRKY HARRISON . . . wr- my NW1-li :frvvrff . i4Q,.w3j ff' I, sf gr J r' 7 A 5 QW' K Lr.kV .. ,NU .kr, Wanl lo be an oulslandinq senior . , , here-'s I-Iowe . . . I, work and mainlain lwiqliesl class qrade ayeraqe , . . 2. work lwarder Io climb from "Gal" reporler fo "Gal" Edilor . . . 3. add more work lo earn Ieam Ieller in Irack . . . 4. and keep workinq hard Io make lime lor membership in Round Table, Ouill and Scroll, Key Club, and C.S.E .... ellicienl BUR- LEY Howg BLACK, PAT C. Com. of Records? "Gaf' Ad. Mgr.: Pres. IIA Class Vice Pres. Quill and Scroll Newman BLEY, BOB Varsily Eoolball I yr.: J.V Eoolball I yr.: Sludenl Con lroly C.S.E. 2 sem.: Key Club Block "S" Arllwur Busalacclwi Renee Busalacclii lvlelba Clwrisfian Jimmie Choi 7 Auline Breclwl Beverly Brooks Roberf Browne I-Iermie Bruder Dorollny Burdick Donald Burlord BOGOS, JOHN Baseball I yr.: Baskelball I yr.: Bulldog I-Ii-Y BONDS, MERLIN Sophomore, Junior Cabinelst . Sludenl Conlrol BORCI-IARDT, STANLEY German Club BRAZEAU, OERALDINE Newman i BRECI-IT, AULINE I-Iiqli Sleppers Sid Carlin Ruth Collins Conslance Cano Naomi Clark I Larry Brouqlnlon Annabelle Brow Harold Burcln Max Burlon Lane Bryanl Carolyn Burns BROOKS, BEVERLY Pres. Tri-Orreen BREAKEIELD, REGINALD 3If2 yrs. 'ro graduale: Edison Com. ol Awards: Edison Varsily Eoolball 2 yrs.: Block "EUC Navy IIf2 yrs. BROWNE, ROBERT Rally Commilreet "Gal" Re' porlert Sludenl C o n I r o I 7 Treas. Newman: Round Table: CSF. 3 sem. Buddy Casliqlione Juanila Clriay Fran Colliver Elmer Comas SianIe'y DinIcvI CDITHIIQUJ CCTITTITTLWHS FlaNk CZOFITIQIAGS HeIen Cusick BeIiy ,Ioan DaIe Virninia Deiarm Norma D0ITaHi BROUGHTON, LARRY Band 2 yrs. BURCH, HAROLD Vice Pres. Acmy Hi-YZ Track 2 yrs. BURTON, MAX Band 3 yrs. BUSALACCHI, ARTHUR Newman CANO, CONSTANCE Disiribunve Educafion Grace DiyeIy Jarnvs Doran Norma Douqlas Doroiny Courfney Virqinia Cross OeraIdine DaI porin Bernice Davis SIrerriII Deivioss TaIber? Denny CARLIN. SID 3If2 yrs. To qraduafey Orches- Ira 3If2 yrs.: Sec. RarnbIer Hi- YZ C.S.F. 2 sem.: Round Table CHOI, JIMMIE 3If2 yrs. fo graduafet Sec. Loacius Hi-YZ C.S.I:. 2 sem. CHRISTIAN, MELBA Band 3 yrs.: Orclnesfra 3 yrs. CLARK, NAOMI Treas. TrifArriba7 Edison O.A.A, Sieven Doi Berf Drewes Gilman Dobson Trueman DouqIass are ,yr Ti Norman CrossI+iy Cr-Iia Cruz Norma Davison Nanfy Ilreirlrr JOC Diuirifb CIarf'nc1' Ilinqrv rr COLLINS, RUTI-I Disfribufive Educanon Tall , . . bionde . . . and busy , . adiecriycs Iiraf describe CARO LYNNE ISAACSON . . , BIurr and Wnife 'super saIcswo'nanI' . . . Busi ness Manager , . , a siudrrnI "ron Iroilcrw . . , and a IIIQ rnrrnrbrfr of C,S.F ..,. arse cas' in rfiIf2', as Round TabIc-. OuiII and ScrfrII and Srfnicvr Cabinfii rni-vvbffr , . . an "Of, CHVI winnrrr Im -,rImrwI so-ry' f. Posler painls, aper, brushes, an 'LL p d Barbara . . , oulslandinq in arl . . . Blue and While cover desiqner . . , winner ol Sloclclon Lodi lrophy con- Iesl . . , lhe brains behind many a dance posler . . . nolable also as Girls "Gal" ' aq rhsi e . . . ano donil lorqel Fads and Fashions, her column . . . an "Oscar" lo cheerful BARBARA JORDAN Sue Fiel Geraldine Fo Le ue Pednl COLLIVER, FRAN Assl. Edilor Blue and While: "Gal" Colurnnisl: Trouba- dours: Sr. Cabinel: Sludenl Conlrolz Sec.-Treas. French Club: 'Iri-Avanle: C.S.F. I sem.: Round Table: Ouill and Scroll CONTRERAS, FRANK Edison Baseball Mgr.: Pres. Edison Spanish Club: New- rnan: French Club d Frances Filippini ppiano Mildred Fox Darlene Drury Dorolhy Duhiq Alice Eiselen John Ellioll Allred Faber Louise Fechner Jane Wfaller COURTNEY, DOROTHY Band 3 yrs.: G,A.A. CROSS, VIRGINIA G.A.A. CROSSLEY, NORMAN Track 2 yrs.: Senior Yell Leader CUSICK, I-IELEN Band 3 yrs. DAVISON, NORMA "Gal" Reporler: Ouill and Scroll Finlcbohner Jeraldine Fisher Fredericlcson Barbara Freilas Cabinelt Eyalyn Dyer Euqene Early Euqene Ensley Doris Evans Kennelh Ferguson Norma Fells' DAL PORTO, GERALDINE Newman DEICKE, NANCY Pholographic Mgr. Blu While: Senior Cabinel: and Scroll: Tri-Avanle DELARM, VIRGINIA Dislribulive Educalion DELFAITI, NORIVIA Edison Sludenl Conlrol DINKEL, STAN Goll 3 yrs.: Bloclc "S" e and Ouill Ona Faye Fills Sam Fonq Lolila Freshour Caroline Garca .3 .lolrn Gardner Barbara Garibaldi wvrl f3rlarrrrmrlrirri Rurlnlrwlr Gwlannerrlwinl ayls Czwlxlswurllr Alyin Gola-lll DIETRICH, JOE Varsify Eoolball 2 yrs.: Soph, ornore, Senior CabIne+s: Sec.- Treas. Acmy I-IIYY: Treas. Bloclc NS" DURAN, JAMES Erenclr Club DREWES, BERT Band 4 yrs. DUI-IIG, DCROTI-IY Orclwesfra I yr.: Troubadours: Junror Cabinel' Trl-Creama tw r1.r kvrrrrrrer- .lrurrrrwtlrr Gunlerl Gus l'l.rlxe'r-rrr Don Halsey Loisrnae Garlbaldi Alberf Gaullwler Charles Gelnnerl Lm--.llr- Cr-I-wr Anqle Giannlni Mildred Glannini Elowazd Glbwn lynn Gillrwpirr LaVernQ Graber Wlnona Green EW-lyn Grr-slrarr Ida Crf-xlrwrr DYER, EVALYN Trees. Round Table' C.S.E. I 3If2 yrs. Io graduale sern. EARLY, EUGENE Science Club: Sludenl Con- lrrol EISELEN, ALICE Oufslanding Senior, see ac- Iivily piclure ELLICTT, JOHN Pres. IZB Class: Golf 2 yrs.: Tennis 2 yrs.: Junior Cabinef: Sfudenr Confrol 2 sem.: Sec. Rambler I-li-Y: Bloclc Phyllis Haqlund Goraldlne I-Ianralnan Marsha I-laaro Talraslrl Harrrarnolo EVANS, DORIS Sec. Girls League 'III br- slrrwellrxj MI , . . rwfnrr- lu- leayes, rm-or RICI-I KONIG , . all drrrund senior . . , Rrwsrdvnl rrl Quill and Scroll and Err-nrb Club . . , ar live- member ol Rouncl Tablr-, Srlr-me Club Rally Ccrfrrmlllm- Sluclr-nl Cwrr Mol and Senlrzr Cablnr-I , . . larrrrru lrrr bls rorumn lfrrnlq QrIlr'1'. . I srar worrlry Crl his award l 3 l O PHlL KORBHOLZ . , . by-line under The wnlllcnown, well-read "On The Side-lines" , . , lo his iournalislic abilily add . . , alhlelic slcill in len! nis and brains lo rale lile member- ship in CSF ,... ralcinq par? in many clubs and acliyiries . . . a qood- nalured quy who always has a iolce and all aqree . , , has i, slandino irley Ho FECHNER, LOUISE Tri-Avanlo FERGUSON, YEN 3lf2 yrs. ro graduale: Mer- chanl Marine 6 mo. EETZER, NORMA Vice Pres. Old English MSN' Girls' Tennis Tournamenf: Treas. TrifVeril'eZ G.A.A. EILIPPINI, FRANCES Sophomore Cabinely Sec Valenline Hinoios lyn l-llnmon wil Mary Huber and il sin , ii A A -f i in Vernyce Dee Harris Jean Heiklcinen Louis Hidalgo Norma Jean Harris Emiko Hayashi Bill Heryford Round Tablet Tri-Avanle: C. S.E. I sem. EINKBOHNER, JANE C.S.E. 3 sem.: Round Table ECNG, SAM Chinese Club EOPPIANO, GERRY Maiorelfe 2 yrs.: C.S.E. I sem.: Newman: G.A.A.: Hale ian Club EOX, M I LDRED Disrribulive Educalion Verfis l-linlon Yoshilco Hiiola Don Huqhes Gus Hunlalas K -: w r -s g is . ' s A 'R ig, L ., Q A 1 an A f in -can ws Marqarol Harrison Roberl Hay Charles Herrino Marlha Herrin June Hiqqinbolham D4-an Hill EREDERICKSEN, WALTER Sporhs Ecl. Blue and While? 'lGal" Reporlerq Quill and Scroll: Edison Key Club: Hon- or HEH 2 yrs. EREITAS, BARBARA TrifAvanle: Newman GARDNER, JOHN Sruclenr Council: Swimming 2 yrs.: Rambler Hi-Y: Round Table? Block "S" FTGTTCSS l-lOlfTTL'f Allikf l-lfilllfl Vicloria Huriler Bill Hyslxe Ol will lad V lla Iaroln Milfs Jarvis La v JOLM' Baibara Johnson GARCIA, CAROLINE Dislribulive Educalion OARIBALDI, LOISMAE Sludenl Body Vice Pres.: Vice Pres. Girls' League: Vice Pres. Sophomore Class: Soplwor more, Senior Cabinels: Slu- denl Conlrol: Rally Commilf lee: Vice Pres. Newman: C. SP. I SSITIK Tri-Avanle GIBSON, I-IOWARD Sludenl Conlrol: Newman Barln I clmdaii Sylvia Kaplan I ima Ki-wnilx Reber? Kinser Caiolynne Isaacson G' 1? Lloyd Johnson Grace llo Miyolco lslwilwara .lolwn .lonlrins Clmrisline Jelierson Allan Jones OEIOER, LES Pres., Sec.-Ireas., Bulldog Hi-Y GILLESPIE, EVAN Iraclc 3 yrs.: Vice Pres. Barra' cuda I-Ii-Y OOTELLI, AL Newman GUNTERT, JEANNETTE TrieCreama I-IAKEEIVI, GUS Com. of Allnlelics: Varsily Flemino Kelley Grace Knox in is rj sf Ss X QM I 41 i f .... -l 'f f Charles .Iacinlc Kennelli Jaclcson Stoll Jvnlrins Bavlmm ,liqoulull Dirk Jones .lrvlwn Jopes Foolball 3 yrs.: Bloclc "SM: Ireas. Newman: Round Table 'Line up smile, flick, G K .I... Ilmliw Pele and Iwi camera . . . EVA PE IERS . . oulslandinq in iournalism . . , B.C. IBQIOIP Camernl days, Cf7ITIVTIl55lf7l'llfL lil CDIKJHOIIHIIYVINH . . . Quill and Scioll Round lalwln-, III Avanlu . . Pie-.idvnl ol C SF. . . . llffl IIGSfaIS , . . G Qkllfl SHUI lol suliolaiship . . . and flu. Iaslinq Iriendslwir ol all who Ifniiw In-i 1' fi 'Y fi' gy' gl,- is A 51 .7 7 7 4 H . ' I luv 'lm n yffe-vi gp. R' Q 1 I 'if 'cr I I ,. E' On Ilw Ioolball Iield, baseball dia- ond, or baslcelball courl , . . ou'I- Iandinq , , . Ilwiee years a varsily I Ib II I a Icnq o a rnan...IIve op-rni plclwer on our I946 baseball learn . . indispensible in baslcelball . . . ne year yarsily, one on Ilie Bee Ieam . , cool . . . quiclc Ilwinlclnq . . . Ieil , . . who bul VETO RAMIREZ HANRAHAN, GERRY Troubadours HARRIS, VERNYCE DEE Sludenl Conlroly Senior Cab- inelp Pres., Vice Pres. Tri-Av- anlei Sec. Erenclw Club HARRISON, CORKY Oulsranding Senior, see ac' Iiyily piclure HERRING, CHARLES Baseball 3 yrs.: Cee Basket ball I yr.: Bee Baslqelball I I-I I L olwan Shirley Larsen AI L E L QI VBUCOS QVTIG 'ww' M ss.. N S'-X' in ii '-, i . 3 Raymond Kolcer Richard Koniq Torn Kosla Clayron Krein Ronald Laqorio Carolyn Lamb yr.: J.V. Eoorball I yr.: Junior, Senior Cabinelst Block "S" HERRIN6, MARTHA Round Table HILL, DEAN Block "E" HINOJOS, VALENTINE Band I yr.: Baslcerball I yr.: Block "E" HORITA, ALICE Pres. Erencli Club Tito lazzaresclni Bob Lease Wilma Leslie Bobbie Nell Lewis Plwilip Korblnolz Georqe Kosalca Greqory Krulsinqer Barbara Laqorio O, Landrnann Clwarlolle Lanes HOWE, BU RLEY Oufsrandinq Senior, see ac- Iivily piclure HU BER, MARY Sec. Tri-Verire HUGHES, DON Baseball I yr.: Block "E" HUNTER, VICTORIA 'lOaI" Reporleri Ouill and Scroll: Junior Cabinef sro, GRACE. Erenclw Club I-linq Lee Sue Lee Curlis lewis Robecfa Lipse ,pg HUA for-A .-v""'w fi- Nav' G.. 'B' I,3oroIIvv Lna Mary Lodura WiIIIarn Louie Frank Low Ridwmd Luna Harold LuI1 Edward Lysom-r Edward McAIpIn DeIoi5 Mccown MarIIyn McMic,I'raeI Naomi MCNQIII MariIyn Mcphorson Joan Madwn Jlnw Mah Marian MaIceIIrQ MeIvIna Manninq Norman Mannlnrx Maureen MarceIIin ISAACSON, CAROLYNNE JENKINS, SCQTI JONES, DICK Omsfandinq Senior, see ac- Varsify Foo'rbaII 3 Vrs.: Block IV- BQSGIDGII I. YV? ACVTIY I-I" IQVHV pgcrmre "S" Y: Junnor Cabunef JACINIQ, CHARLES JIGOULEFIZ, BARBARA Newman 3'fQ yrs. 'fo qraduafet Girls' A Src' mmf-fi fmmandam Im IH, T ' T ,fy S ' I Im' biIiI . , . I Edi-, n I-Ii In G'i:IQ:im'iQWmaEIenCC INHQVICACZVIIICZ indudeg . , . Igvf25icIcEI OI of VVQIIFGFSI PFSS. IIA CIGSSI Edison Conqress I. . at SJ-LSI. IIGGIII Repor-fer: PVOS., Vice ISIS LII 6' ' ' ' Imardrworlrinq booIrIceepinq rr1aIor.. - U b, r,v of GoId S: Io I'Ijf d'pIoma Pres., Treas. RarnIoIer I-Ir,Y JQNES, ALLAN .pa-PALQIES SOUTQJWIEKI I I icy' Round Table: QUIII and Scroll Band 4 yrs.: Senior Cabiner ,amy dcsemm of IW, aww, Dances, parfies. slnows . , . commil- fees, sfamps, news slories . , , so line wlweels qo round and round in Ihis oulsfandinq senior's head , . . a fel- low who has proven as "Gal" Edilor and Presiclenl of IZA and Junior Class Ilwal lie can qel Ihinqs done , .. member of couniless clubs . . .ALAN TALT , . . presenled an "Oscar" for his role as a leader JORDAN, BARBARA Oulslandinq Senior, see ace Iivily piclure KAPLAN, SYLVIA Sfuclenl Confrolz Girls' Tennis Tournamenlt Pres. Hi-Y, TrifY Council: Pres,, Clwaplain Tri- Creamag Pres. G.A.A. KEWNIG, DIANA Edison Sludenl Conlrolf Pres., Vice Pres. Tri-Arriba: G.A.A. Mary Marlinez Lorna Mason Scolf Mafllnews Bruce Marfz Duane Mallweny Slanley Mayeda KINSER, BOB Track I yr.: Sludenl Conlroly Block "S" KNOX, GRACE Pres. l-li-Y, Tri-Y Council: Pres. Tri-Verileq Troubadours: Senior Cabinel KONIG, RICHARD Oulslanding Senior, see ac- Iivify lOicIure KORBHOLZ, PI-IIL Oulslandinq Senior, see ac- Iivify piclure Tnornas Miyai Blanclwe Moore lisllwer Molina Ronald Moore MA WB yusfh 'ffl' V . Jewel Masepolml Sloplven Maslen Doris Mallnews Bobbie Jo Malllnews Joan Menlrinq Barbara Miller KREIN, CLAYTON Varsily Foolball I yr.: Block HSM LAGORIO, BARBARA 3lf2 yrs. 'ro gradualep Tri'Ar riba: Sophomore. Junior Cab, inefs LAGORIO, RONALD Varsily Poolball I yr. LAMB, CAROLYN Song Leader I yr: Tri,AvanIe X Dan Monaslefio Blas Monfanoz Polly Morais Raul Morales l Wayne Miller Bob Minahen Roman Monlanez Frank Monlqornery I - N . 1 A' 2 BQ , GE ill l-li-my Niuliilmwa 'VX Rulvun Moreno Roy Moreno Raymond Mwluilw Darlene Moyes Mqrilyn Myers Bperanza Naranio LANES, Cl-lf-XRLQTTE l-liqli Sleppers LANIQHAN, HELEN Edison G.A.A.i Tri-Odalco LAZZARESCI-ll, TITC Troubadours LEASE, BOB Sludenl Conlrol 3 sem. LEE, SUE 3lf2 yrs. lo qradualef C.S.F. I sem.: Sec. Science Club Cliailes Nylon l-lvnry Qliawwuia Gweld Clivoi' I A4 Jeanne Morris Nadine Morris. Ray Morris Jarqucalinn Moiiow Alsulzo Murals Marian Murpliy Palsy Muiray Edward Myfxll Mabel Nelson Meredillw Nrzurnillm Marian Nicma Juno Niomi LEMA, FRANCES LGDUCA, MARY High S+eppers: Sfudenf Con' Newman lrol LESLIE, WILMA Troubadours, Sludenl Conlrol OU' l'P'f"Q 5lUff""l bod! F','f"'Yg 4 an elliclenl olligrar . . , in rviillirinl. ol Clubs . . . lo be fixarl . . , Newman l presidenl , . . Block 'Si' -,1-mulmy Sludenl Conirol 2 Sem' . . . and freasurm of Round lei' li- . , . aclive in 4-H and nllwlelics, lon . . . varsily lnolbali lov lwo yremu Cllaplaln Trhverlle and liaak for lou: . . . Sludienl Con Mol , , , Key Club . , . iilwnyfi on llim- qo . . . always friendly , , BEN lxlewmcifi WALLER . . , 5 Qiedil lci lin-, uilimil Dirlc Offonnor Nadine Odelbeiq Mary Gnelo David Olis LOW, FRANK Chinese CIub LUTZ, I-IAROLD Edison Key CIub McMICI-IAEL, MARILYN Band I yr. MCPHERSON, MARILYN Orchesfra 3If2 yrs.: Pres., Sec. Tri-Verire: R o u n cI T a b I e: French CIub MADSEN, JEAN Sec., Treas. TrifVeriIe: Round Table MAKELKE, MARIAN Troubadours, Newman MARCELLIN, MAUREEN Newman MARTIN, GERALD D. Band 2 yrs. MARTIN, GLORIA Band 3 yrs. MARTIN, TONY 3If2 yrs. Io graduare: Edison Varsi+y Foo+baII I sem: Block "EH: Navy IV? yrs. MARTINEZ, MARY Sec. Edison G.A.A.: SI'uden+ Con'rroI MARTZ, BRUCE Edison Band ZV2 yrs. MATHENY, DUANE Sfudeni' ConIroI: G.A.A. Eva Peiers MiIdred PIIIS Vivian Remaley Janice Rice Q Ilbqli. .Y Y' arf' yi an vin 'Se- 'har' wx ef , 'Nd A is kA .,.., . , BiIIy Ow 'BeIIe Owen Mary Pappas GiIberI Parrorf Fred Paiferson Ray PauIar EIIen Pearson Lawrence Peirano MariIyn Perdue AIice Pereira Lucy Perez BeyerIey Perrin MATTI-I EWS, BOBBI E Disiribufive Educarion MATTI-IEWS, SCOTT French Club: Barracuda Hi-Y MENKING, JOAN Orchesrra 3 yrs.: Tri-Creanna sem.: Varsiry Foo+baII 3 yrs.: Varsify BasI4e'rbaII 2 yrs.: Bee BasIce+baII I yr.: RaIIy Com- mirree: BIocIc "SH: C.S.F. I sem. MOLINA, ESTI-IER Com. of Records: Pres- Mll-LERI BARBARA Sophomore CIass: Vice Pres. IZA Class: Junior Cabinefi "Gai" Reporier: S I u d e n I Conrrol: T r e a s. Tri4Veri+e7 Newman Round Table MINAHEN, BOB Cusfodiani Sfudeni' ConIroI 6 James Poile Barbara Pope ' ' EIsie Roberrs Ernest Roberfs uqe e o er n ir y Marilyn Prenins Burney Reames E n R b Iso K'b Robinson F,-r"'NdM Calheryn Rodqers Roy Rodriquez A elle Rosenthal Bob Ross ai-ue Saqaia Marilco Salcafa MONTANEZ, BLAS 3IfQ yrs. Io qraduale: Reporl- er Edison I-Iiqhlighls: Army 2 yrs. MONTANEZ, ROMAN Edison Varsily Eoolball I yr.: Block "E" MOORE, BLANCI-IE Sec. IIA Class: Sec., Vice Pres. Tri-Verirei Quill and Scroll: Su Kahn Arlhur Sanchez Edward Sandelius P Isy Sue Sanford Dale Sasenbery vrjgf h N ru, we f A ess Mi 'I'-'oY'J 33 K Q! .QNX I lfifiif .ff I Ernesl Roehl Beverly Roqers Clara Rorerf John Rovello James Salmon Belly Salzsiecller MORAIS, POLLY ANN Tri-Verile MORENO, RUBEN J.V. Eooiball I yr.: Varsily Baslcelball I yr.: Edison Vars' ily Eoolball 2 yrs.: Edison J.V. Baslcelball I yr.: Edison Vars ily Baslcelball I yr. MORRIS, NADINE Reporrer Edison I-Iighlighfst Edison Spanish Club Glen Sands Talcashi Salo Jalre Sandoval Sammy Salo 'Qu' 'ir'-v MNA fi! X .Ng nr P, 11' Dona Roolcer Edward R Alyce Rowley Rolaerl Ry I-Ierberl Sam Anile Sam MORRIS, RAY 3If2 yrs. Io qraduale: Band ZV2 yrs.: Merchanl Marine 2I rnonlhs MORROW, JACOUELINE Pres. Su Kahn? Tri-Avanle MURPI-IY, MARIAN Vice Pres. Girls' League MYERS, MARILYN Vice Pres., Sec. Iri-Crearna: I-Iiqh Sleppers NARANJO, ESPERANZA Pres. Edison Spanish Club: Pres. Dislribulive Educalion NEUMILLER, MEREDITI-I Band 3 yrs.: Junior, Senior Caloineisq Sec. I-Ii-Y, Tri-Y Council: Tri-Avanfe: CSE. 4 sem.: Round Table NYLEN, CHARLES 3If2 yrs. Io graduale: Band I yr.: Sludenl Conlrol L OCONNOR, DICK Varsify EooIbaII 3 yrs.: Pres., Sec. BIocIc "SH: Round Table, Junior Cabinet Srudenf Con- IroI ODELBER6, NADINE JOY Treas. Tri-Verife NICORA, MARIAN Band 3 yrs. OKAMURA, I-IENRY Track OTIS, DAVID E. RaIIy Commitreey SIudenI Confrol PARROTT, GILBERT Sec. Acmy I-Ii--Y: Sophomore Cabiner OWEN, BETTE Tri-Avanfe PAULAR, RAY 3If2 yrs. To graduafep Edison Band 3 yrs.: Edison Judge I sem.: CSE. 4 sem. PEARSON, ELLEN C.S.I:. I sem.: Sfudenf Cor- IroI: Tri-Avanfe PEIRANO, LAWRENCE Track 2 yrs.: Newman, BIocL HS.. o Shimizu I-Ionry Shinmofo C. Slnlfh Frances Smdh Bob Sauis Joan Schediwy Roqer Schneider Norma Schock Norman SchuI+z NaI'haIie Schwinq ArIene Scoff Joanne Seemann Janer SeiIer'r Thomas Selfridqe VeIIa SherriII Melba Sherwood PETERS, EVA Oufsranding Senior, see ac fivify picfure POPE, BARBARA Senior Cabinet Tri-Avanreq Round TabIe: CSE. 2 sem. RAM I REZ, VETO Oufsranding Senior, see ac- Iiviry picIure EIvis Sholer Lewis Shroyer TI1eIma Smith Donna SoIIars ROBERTS, ELSIE Edifor Edison Highliqhrsg Edi- son G.A,A.7 Edison Sfudenf Con+roI: Band 3If2 yrs.: "Oar" Reporferi Quill and Scroll ROBINSON, KIRBY Senior Cabinet RaIIy Com- mi'rIee: Troubadours: Pres. Treas. Acmy Hi-Y: YeI Leader Ernie SiIva Maivin Simms Alois Souihwick James Spoais !r . V I l- Spoonarnore lmoqene Spurloclc Donna Slanley Kennie Slauqas Slevons Davis Slevenson ily Suqi Belly Ann Suflles ROGERS, BEVERLY Edison I-lonor "E" 2 sem. SAKATA, IVIARIKO C.S.E. I sem. SALZSIEDLER, BETTY Band 3 yrs.: Orcheslra 2 yrs. SANCI-IEZ, ARTI-IUR Pres. Spanish Club: Newman SASENBERY, DALE Band I yr. Thanas Janel Thienes ly Tons Erven Torell Wilson Slewarl Norman Slone Kalsuya Talrechi Alan Tall SCI-IEDIWY, JOAN Com. of Organizalionsz Blue and While Pholographery Rally Commilleeq Vice Pres. Tri-Avanlet Sec.-Treas. Ouill and Scroll: C.S.E. 4 sem.: Sec. C-S.F.: Round Table SCI-IULTZ, NORMAN J.V. Foolball I yr.: Bee Bas- Icelball I yr. Lenaiean Thomas Donna G, Thompson Ellyn Toriqoye May Trayerso Belly Slephens Bob Slevens Roberl Stoner Wilmer Sloss I-Iaru Tanaka Roberl Tenbroolr SCI-IWING, NATI-IALIE Science Club: G.A.A SCHNEIDER, RoeER Bulldog I-ILY SEEMANN, JOANNE Tri-Avanle: C.S.E. I sem SEI FERT, JANET Tri-Avanle SELERIDGE, THOMAS Troubadours SMITI-I, TI-IELMA Edison Yell Leader: Reporler Edison I-liqhlighfsq Edison Rally Commilleez Sludenl Conlrol: Treas. O.A.A. SOLLARS, DONNA Blue and While Club Edilorg Pres. Tri-Creama: Quill and Scroll SOUTHWICK, ALOIS Oulslanding Senior, see ac- +ivi+y piclure STAUGAS, KENNIE 3If2 yrs. Io graduale: Swim- ming I yr. STEPHENS, BETTY Caprain High Sfeppers I yr.: Girls' Tennis Tournarnenl: Sludenl Conlrol: G.A.A. STEWART, wiLsoN Bulldog Hi-Y STONER, ROBERT Treas. Rambler Hi-Y: Varsify Foolball 4 yrs.: Senior Cabin- e'r: S+uden'r Conlrol: Bloclc "SH: Round Table SUTTLES, BETTY ANN High Sleppers: Junior Cabin- el TALT, ALAN Oulslanding Senior, see ac- Hvily picfure Eddie Ulery Marlin Urrizola L Phyllis Trelul Mason Trelh eway Alberl Troller Euiiye Tsuqa Wlla Tu e Annie Turner Berlha Turner Sally Turner i i rn THIENES, JAN "Gal" Columnisl: Blue and While Senior Edilor: Sec. Girls' League: Senior Cabin- el: Sludenr Conlrol: C.S.E. 6 sem: Vice Pres. C.S.F.7 Pres. and Vice Pres. Round Table: Ouill and Scroll: Tri-Avanle THOMAS, LENAJ EAN G.A.A. TRAVERSO, MAY Newman TROTTER, ALBERT J.V. Eoofball I yr.: Tracla 2 yrs. TSUGAWA, FUJ IYE G.A.A. VAUGHT, TOM "Gal" Sporls Edilor: French Club Arnold Ulfer VOSSOS, HELEN Senior Cabinel: Newman: Tri- Ferese WADE, FRANCES Tri-Creama WALLER, BEN Oulslanding Senior, see ac- fivily piclure WALTERS, MARY ANN Jr. Red Cross Chairman: Sec. French Club: Round Table: Tri-Avanle WARREN, JO ANN Vice Pres. IIB Class: Junior Cabinel: Tri-Avanle: Round Table WEBORG, LA RU E Pres, Tri-Verile: "Gal" Re- porfer: Old English "S" WELCH, DOROTHY Tri-Creama: Tri-Orreen: So- phomore, Junior Cabinels Roberl Van Vranlcen Torn Vauqhf Edna V q 4 Helen ,Io Ann Vaggag Frances Wade Warren Chilfalo Walanabe WHEELER, JANE Song Leader: Vice Pres. IIA Class: Sec. IZB Class: Blue and While Club Edilor: Ral- Iy Commilfeei Ouill and Scroll: Round Table VVILBUR, NORMA Tri-Verife WOLFENBARGER, LOREN Bee Baskelball I yr. WOODRUEF, BEU LAH High Sleppers WRIGHT, ART Varsily Eoolball I yr.: Var- sily Baseball 2 yrs.: Block "S": C.S.E. 3 sem. YIP, ELIZABETH Chinese Club YIP, KIM Chinese Club: Army I8 mo. Palsy While Belly Whorlon June X L, 5 :,:, , is sf Tal: Walcabayashi Charles Walker Ben Waller Mary An W Josephine Walson La Rue Weborq Dorolhy Welch Jane Wheels OTHER GRADUATES HELEN BLAKENEY JOE BRAZIL DON CHIAPLE RICHARD CURRAN VIRGINIA FERGUSSON EUGENE FORRESTER FRANK GALINDO THORNTON GEHR RAY HARR DONALD HARRYMAN FRANCIS LAWRENCE FRED MAH JOE MAH ALMEDA MASLEN TOM MASUDA ELMER MATLOCK ROBERT MORRIS Wiebe Norma Wilbur ROBERT RAMBO VETO RAMIREZ BETTY RANDOLPH EUGENE RATTO ANNIE ROWE CLAYTON SMITH BILLY M. SULLIVAN LYNWOOD TOWLE RICHARD ULM NORMAN VALERIO EDDIE VARGAS EDWARD T. WADE SIDNEY WILLIAMS ANNE WONG LA VERA SINGER WYNN KIM YIP QQ Q df' I" E11 ' ay 1 ' ,q ggggifikxg rg 3 is is 1' +09 NME 4' 5 fthe-ff M 'ff 5? L. -,qs 1 -X, 1 ENN ,K iii K Mwwk K f' ??Q'1f2 A -1 f f . ,. .- A :Q 3 ' in A -, 11 - X A S 112 P rr 'Z AWQ W I ' ini, - A l ' T' "Nik ' A ,. , . A . aff 1' 7' " X ' A A Y if -:X 5 , ,.-' I, :QQ W . . .1 A. , kai . , Ci? ,M,i K K , 1 'sa ' mf ,R-uf -. ' ,ff Q jf X it f . ,N Q 1 ...J f L Q ' ' r fx! t 4 .. L f f I b A L ' .. ' , x M ' .. f H - . 51-L Lg 11-ff A 3 I Y' 1 I wi ' I - X fs- ' K . a S 3 gg.k iw uf- ' K , .. . "" W 5 ,X SQ ww. img 4 R Wk -522 A ' Az, ff' ,S A 95, ii H S J ls? V " it L- '---, 2'-W' NWN I 5 4 Aix K K xi ' 'X I 1 D Q 3673 Q wg Xm,, Q L, , A ,. 4- 137 IMI 4.-dw' sp? sr-ai fx SPANISH Miss Lulces . . . directing a Spanish class . . . in which sludenfs learn lo read, spealc, and wriie Spanish . . . a Romance language . . . beginners sludy vocabulary, gram- mar, and composilion . . noleboolcs are 'rurned in every semesier . . . slu- denis spend some lime doing map worlc ELEMENTS Sludy oi music funda- menlals including fhe siall, scales, and infer- vals . . , elemeniary pias no insiruciion . . . slu- denfs learn phrasing, sighi-singing and lime values . . . Elemenls, laughl by Miss Scofi , .. preparalion For Har- mony . . . Profilable for all music majors or olhers in+eres+ed in music LATIN Caesar confinues con- quering Gaul . . . in La- 'rin 4. . .wilh Mr. Hol- meisier . . . equally in- leresling is Lalin usage in English . . , "muscle" comes from fwo words meaning 'iliille mouse" ...palindromes are such phrases as Yrelca Balcery . . .spell if backwards . . Yrelca Bakery MODERN HISTORY Modern I-Iisfory . . . 'raughl by Mrs. While .. proves 'rhal hislory can be inleresling . . . as well as "good lor youu . . . presenls a survey of recenl world evenls . . . compares Ihem wilh simi- lar happenings in Ihe pasl . . . This informa- Iive course ...a "musI" 'lor all hislory majors SOCIAL STUDIES In Miss Collins' Social Sludies I classes . . . freshmen learn by doing . . . sludy California Highway laws by faking drivers' Iesls . . . are in+roduced Io efiquelfe by aflending a movie on manners. . .and are Iaughl library organif zalion by using Ihe card calalogue U. S. HISTORY Do you remember why Washinglon crossed Ihe Delaware . . . or whal Lincoln was doing af Gellsburg . . . if nol, Ihe place lor you is de- Iinilely Miss Sillords US. I-Iisfory class . . . guaranleed Io clear up all gueslions on early American hislory . . . a reguired course for all Sl-l.S. sludenls 1 fd, .N K. I 1 032, :.' Vw-1 X135 x Ju' is ylffz,-.1 ' fx .n Q? r HQ: -Silf f" 44, M 5 2 x 'S b iw' L" ' :ff!?f I M 1 V- N MQWERQ' ..... 'MiF7S1: . gy ,s , ,....:g M 'Sr V A .fcxufw af , 'Q Ll. is . ,ww K u it Ei N is 4 .., 1 g 18 ,iw " 1 xi: A Q 3 L f W 'f tk QM 2 I 'Ax D .k H 41' I ' KL f 9,1 ff gtgbx LWB ' :vim 4851 .....R3p, X .s VX- ' -gg, 4' 4' 3 I' , ? wg- 1 BOOKKEEPING Recording of business 'rransacfions . . . posl- ing Them in a ledger - . . making a +rial bal- ance . . . and slale- menls al Jrhe end of a fiscal period . . , irain- ing sludenls lo keep a se? of books . . . for fhemseives or crhers . . in Bookkeeping . . . laughl by lvlr. Reel- horn BUSINESS MATH l'lere's a course +0 help you manage fhaf firsl million . . . if may help for a dime . . . in facl, i+ deals wifh all phases of arilhmelic in rela- fion lo business pro- blems . . . i+'s an infro- duclion +o bookkeeping, loo . . . Business Mafhe- malics . , . Mr. Free- man, ins'rruc+or OFFICE METHODS lvlaslery ol cerlain ol- fice lechniques . . . handling mail . . . liling . . . and receplion . . . Mrs. Schuler's Office Mefhods class . . . em- phasizes fhe develop- men? of a sl'uden+'s per- sonal qualifies . . . in preparafion for a ca- reer . . . 'rhrough a ser- ies of realisfic office assignmenls i A- X Wil X 1135 X A A Y". f T . . mx f . A- Q V Q ' - 5959 . - Q K I ' " 1 3, 4 X f , ' - , xl xv - Q K kr' Q N 'N I Q'-gf PM w Lg -xi SQ ,O K-'-4 is x A q"Q-x N 'X " - ,E . Q 3 od 'CS QE Q S Q . ,..' ,Yr- s M- . ,M .. L W . ..., W ,.,x . K x N , 2 Tix . ix 5,53 ' Q T . lk, S :Q M it 3 3 Law K-ix. AL A P , x L, i A is: --6' W W Q' Vx Q sg Mm 4 A , N K -.J K i: , n a .MX 'Q NWQ U., .QM f ff' , , f X T5' : If Q 9 5 .fins 552 if X 1 fha W X 'S 7 ? W wi z 5 5 Jw Tv- R 0, f ' 5 ',..ss2f . my ws- J ,- 3 , 5 ff . . 11-xrr' y V 1' in N!" 7 , V M-A if ,W 1 . -1 f,,M'l K xii -' K , 52,540 5 MM jx .iii N N Mum. 1 gy .- 3 awww ' I, u f ff , M :yi ' ' Wy i"M' my ' f . A Q.. 7 if ' I 5 f A 4 A 5 is yy uf 1 llwaf' M Q 9 W-Q. "WN PR .4-QR 'lf .1 ,. ,Mm in Q ., --. W ,A WELDING SCIENCE If your dishwashing ma- chines are oul' of order ...iusl call in some boys from Mr. I-lerring's Wel- ding Science classes . . . Ihey are experis in oxy- acefelyne welding . . . repair and conslruclion . . . really do-a hol iob . . . wilh Iorches al 6000 degrees Fahrenheil MACHINE SHOP One of Ihe besl' equip- ped machine shops in l'he sI'a're . . . Mr. Milligan in charge . . . sludenls rebuild indusfrial ma- chines sem' 'ro 'rhe shop . . . make small Iools for Iheir own use . . . plus such useful ilems as mor- Tising chisels and 'rraclor hubs . . . Three hours of shop . . . Ihree hours of regular classes PRINTING Yellow slips, diplomas, and reporl cards prinled Io order . . . in 'rhe Prinl' Shop . . . supervised by Mr. Comer and Mr. Geddes . . . classes in- clude relaled work in En- glish, malh, and science . . . boys sludy opera- lion of presses. make-up, composifion, paper cul- +ing, and binding WOODWORK The buzz of a saw . . . a flurry olsawdusl . . .a Iypical scene in Mr. Van Vlear's Woodwork class . . . boys make Iheir own proiecls . . . small fables. bookcases, and benches . . . learn Io use hand Iools and small wood- working machines .. .an eleclive course open lo all boys PAINTING When school buildings become weafher-bealen or lurnilure needs refine ishing . . . 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A 7 Q... l Kneeling-Schediwy, Ng, Garibaldi, Jordan, Isaacson, Pelers. Seated-Elliorl, Thiencs, Harrison. Sfandinq, firsr row-Herring, Walfers, Colliver, Neurniller, Eisele-n, Banovifch, Duncan, Finlcbohner, Warren, A. Beardslev, Second row- Korbholz, Mr. Younq, Wenlzel, Sloner, Browne, Gardner, Carlin, Brown, Newell, Jenkins, B. Be-ardslvv, Acliviries-enlerlainmenl afler a sirenuous scavenger hun? and lisieninq lo a "hor" debafe pu? on by fhe C.O.P. debaie Team. ROUND TABLE A group of sludenls inleresled in local and nalional affairs ...meels every olher Thursday in rhe Bungalow. . .programs lealure many excellenr speakers . . . debales on limely Topics . . . scavenger hunl a big success . . . annual spring picnic... forlune felling ar lhe Fun Fesl . . . counselor is Mr. Young ,li J' E 3 Officers, firsf row-Violel Tov, fall social chaifmifi Ulv Lee, sprinq wcrrelary' ireasurerp Annie Toy, spring social chairmanj Anne Wong, fall sr-rrvlnry treasurer. 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J S 1 N '--' X5 ,Sw WWQRQ H 17" 'R 559 Q wx X Q' QB' . ln v 'FA-'ffw '7 2 A. 7 1' QI V01 4' sow Frsl row' Foulke-a, Price, Pliininir-r, Rnlslon, Shulrl, Quesonberry, Brown, Curiis. Smmirl row-Slipll, Miss Liilws, Kroul Horiln, Hill, Vvfilburn, Jenkins, Hardesfy, Fanny, Vnughf. Arliviliws holding nn vlerlion and ,inging some French songs. LES POUSSINS The Lillle French Club . . . lor beginning sludenls . . . rneels once a monfh during class lime . . . all discussions and pr grams are in French . , . under lhe guidance of Miss Lulc . . . The Two French clubs logelher sponsored a gingerbread boolh al lhe Fun Eesl nv -va OfiicersfCorky Harrison, fall presirjenfj Doris Evans, spring svcrelnry, Barbara Jordan, spring presidenlq Marian Murphy, spring vice prnsidrnl. Absvnl, Shiv-Ii-v Salini, fall vice president Donna Wheeler, fall scrrffnw Aclivitiesfworking an Girls' Jinx poslers and piecing sl'earners for fhe Fun Fml, GIRLS' LEAGUE Sponsored a lashion show lor all girls . . . The Music Dee par+rnenl"s annual Chrislmas program . . . and a freshman receplion . . . presenled anolher "lop nolchu Girls' Jinx . .. in charge ol l'he arf displays in 'rhe Main l-lall . . . and ring l ossing al lhe Fun Eesl . . . direcled by Miss Mclnnes A-qs O- SS KEY pdl' fi' Q57 A f HIGP w Qi Q K' .1 lx kg. Q V 'al g v is X, LM f g?As 33 , ' QQ if ' K 1 f LX L Q Nui .Q A if A? N? gy I I X -b we f nu-aw 35, .4 9 ,K AQQQXQ , M . fn ii , Wm' fi f ' Bw ' i W X 'Qs A ' A Q1 Q CLUB ' pq 4 mom Y f wsu -wif Q 5 Fiigpb QE as S I5 ' N I h ,gif ki m QQ ' mx S. SXSW igwzww-f W1 .QV A far .3 f 1 AVANTE ln charge of decoralions for The Senior Aloha Banquel' . . . and a fish pond af fhe Fun Fesf . . . members made and sold pom-poms during lhe foofball season . . .a candy sale . . . a closed dance . . . and several successful parfies . . . meef- ings every ofher weelc af lhe homes af members Firsf row-Warren, Owens, Jordan, Freilas, lamb, Morrow, Filip- pini, McKay. Second row-Walfers, Seemann, Deiclce, Neurniller, Colliver, Seiferl, Berlin, Garibaldi. Third row-Perers, Thienes, Harris, Fechner, Wheeler, Harper, Bennefaen, Augustine, and Schediwy. BARRACUDAS Wilh an acfive baslcefball learn . . fhis newesf l-li-Y is already malcing a name for ilself . . . planned fo sell colce af fhe Camp Carnival . . . an up and coming club . . . af regular meefings . . . has oufside speakers . . . baslcefball pracfice , . . in ioinl meefings . . . a chance fo become beffer acquainfed wifh fhe members of ofher groups Fisf row-Jordan, Bradfield, Gillespie, Oranges. Second rowe- Whife, Brooks, McCollum, Beach, Wells. The nail driving boofh af fhe Fun Fesf - . . an inferesfing frip fhrough fhe ldenfificafion Bureau . . . one of lhe fop baslcefball feams in fhe league . . . programs including such prominenf speakers as Sheriff Sousa . . . and even occasional movies . . . if all adds up fo anofher acfive Hi-Y Club . . . plenly fo do and fun for everyone First row--French and Percival. Second row-Gardner, Galle? Geiger, Cheek. CHLY lvlosf of fhe members of fhis club affend Edison . . . hold meefings every Wednesday evening af 'rhe Chinese Chrisfian Cenfer . . . a ioinf anni- versary parfy wifh 'rhe Dragoneffes . . . and a slcafing parfy af fhe Rollaforium . . . fwo success- ful social evenfs . . . highlighf a year's acfivifies Raymond Chan, Ted Lee, and Charlie Chan. CREAMA Box lunch socials wifh Verife and Barracuda . . . combinalion inslallalion and inirialion dinner ai Tiny's . . . bowling parly . . . Chrislmas baskeis sen? io a needy family . . . backwards parly . . . lorfune felling boolh al' lhe Camp Carnival . . hor dog boofh ai The Fun Fesl First row-Myers, Douglass, Nelfles, Lawson, and Wells. Second rowipeferson, McCown, Lisher, Wade, Gwin, and Hiqday Third row-Shanks, Barham, Day, Kaplan, Tennison, and Ehlers. DRAGON ETTES Laie in geffing siarfed . . . buf lofs of acfivifies anyway . . . meefings held ai ihe Chinese Recrea- 'rional Cenier every Monday niqhf. . . a Valeniine dance wirh Loacius . . .a picnic during 'rhe spring semesfer . . . and a banquef celebrafing lhe firsf anniversary oi Draqoneiies . . . held ioinily wifh Chi-Y al Sandalls Firsf row-M. Hong, A, Toy, G. Lee, and H, Louie, Second row-L, Lee, B. Lowe, P, Wonq, and D. Mar, FERESE An aclive group . . . even 'rhough if lacked mem- bers . . . held a membership drive . . . meefings every Monday af 'the "Y" . . . planned a candy sale and roller skafing parfies . . .a Mofher and Daughier Banquel. . .on Molhers' Day Firsi row'-Esies, Nagel, Henry, Maraqliano, and Slonfx Second rowfClmnc-y, l-laninfzarn, Ellis, Valeni ne, and Young. LOACIUS Trips ro Lodi Lake every summer . . .an anniver- sary dinner af "Frenchy's" . . . skaiing pariies ...a frip To rhe snow line . . , "Mid-Spring Swing" dance . . . a ioinr Loacius-Dragonelres dance . . . speakers on difiereni subiecfs . . .and cham pions of fhe I946 Hi-Y baskefball iournamenf ORREEN Formal insTallaTion aT The l-loTel WolT . . . a closed dance . . . cookie sales . . . picnic Tor a group oT inTer-racial children . . . progressive dinner . . . bowling and slumber parTies . . .Tive represenTaTives aT The Lake Alpine ConTerence ...a ChrisTmas parTy Tor small girls aT The "Y" FirsT rowATaylor, Pickering, Marico, Hoskins, and Eddy. Second row-E. Busalacchi, Brooks, E Busalacchi, and N. Busalacchi, Third row-B. Feisch, Price, and D. Felsch. RAMBLERS "Grudge TighT" baskeTball game wiTh Acmy . . . hayride . . . guesTs aT a lecTure by an F.B.l. agenT . . . enchilada dinner . . . penny pi+ch booTh aT boTh The Fun l:esT and The Camp Carnival . . . visiTors To Morris Chapel and The CaTholic Church . . . TavoriTe pasTime . . . TrequenT geT- TogeThers aT Borden's lce Cream Company FirsT row-Brown, Gum, Elliofl, and Connelly. Second row- Mr. SweeT, Gulick, Gardner, and Brown. Third row-Carlin, Sloner, Newell, and Jenkins, TWIN LIONS LaTe in organizing This year . . . meeTings were held every Monday evening aT The Chinese ChrisTian CenTer . . . members sponsored a geT- TogeTher parTy . . . wiTh Two l-li-Y and Two Tri-Y groups as Their guesTs . . . always Turned ouT in Tull Torce . . . Tor poT-luck suppers . . . held monThly aT The "Y" FirsT row-D. Fong, W. Moore, T. Mah, and C. Wonq. 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" L D Xsxgw s . vw YP Q it ii? ,Q X 6 5. yik X ,Q X x sw Ne. Q f , i . Xia- Y 3 WT .1 5 V-01, 23 'U W M 0-1, 'IA M Rafi... T" ' I F T row-Ramirez, Schmid, Halreern, Denzer, Minahen, Sfoner, Jenkins, Pecchenino. Third row-Grifien, Bley, GrexTon, Erickson, l-lead, Calvelli, S d L g ' K ' B 'l y Evans, Thompson, RoberTs, WrighT, Porneroy. OConnor, Parsons, Holmes, Gaedfke. econ row- a orlo, rein, an e , Iler, Carlson, Beadleston, Masuda, Brown, MarTinez, DieTrich, Kreis, arsit Football . . . presenTing memorable scenes Trom SToclcTon High Schools I946-'47 "World oT SporTs" . . . "UndeTeaTed Champions oT The Sac-Joaquin League" was The TiTle earned by The experienced, hard-TighTing I946 Tarzans. The S.l-l.S. eleven was led To vicTory by Coach Fred Solomon, assisTed by Line Coach Caviglia and Coach WaTson. The varsiTy squad placed Tive men on The All-League Team: Dick GvaedTlce, All-Ameri- can high school end: Gus l'Ialceen, Top league scorer wiTh seven Touchdownsg VeTo Ramirez, raTed The besT passer in The league: and ScoTT Jenkins and Diclc O'- Connor, boTh mainsTays oT The line Tor Three years. During The season The "TalenTed Toe" oT VeTo Ramirez accounTcd Tor ll Blue and WhiTe conversions. Carl Champions POLYTECI-INIC . .. 7 ST. IGNATIUS ., . 0 GRANT ,,,,, . .. .. 6 WOODLAND .. 8 MODESTO I2 T'lcCLATCl-IY .. O SACRAMENTO .. 7 TLIRLOCK . I3 I4 . STOCKTON LODI . I2 I2 STOCKTON OPPONENTS . 65 707 STOCKTON FRED SOLOMON GEORGE CAVIGLIA Under his able leadership The I-lis ouTsTanding Torward wall l94b VarsiTy became League scored many poinTs in a suc Carlson, Jack Kreis, Ronnie Lagorio, and Bob Minahen also challced up exTra poinTs. VarsiTy play began wifh The deTeaT oT The S. E. Poly ParroTs, I3-7. Gus I-lalceem scored boTh Touchdowns, and Mel Schmid and FriTz Denzer drove Tor large gains. The season's second encounTer saw The ST. lgnaTius WildcaTs smeared 32-O. STocl4Ton's line Turned in an ouTsTanding perTormance, consisTenTly smoThering The I945 S. F. Champs and paving The way Tor Tarzan gains. l'lalceenn again scored Twice: Ben Waller and Diclc GaedTlce scored on passes: and Jerry GriTTen piclced up six poinTs Through The line. The Blue and WhiTe eleven began league play by subduing The GranT Pacers, I9-6. l-lalceem enTered The end zone Tor The TirsT Tally, and Schmid gained I2 poinTs on long end rambles. NexT, The Woodland Wolves Tell beTore The Tarzan onslaughT, 44-8. The sure arms oT Ramirez and STOCKTON I3 32 ,. STOCKTON I9 . STOCKTON 44 E STOCKTON 32 . . STOCKTON STOCKTON 27 . . STOCKTON I4 ii cessTul season ,Q Q-as QF? ri 'gi,ZgssQ M - Qs ' . . 1 4.9 In The liv,T gaiu ol The season GrexTon is downed wiTh The ball. Mina hen blocks .J dewrrninsd Polvwchnic player, and Parsons looks on. Ronnie Lagorio Tossed Tor 24 poinTs To GaedTke lTwicel, Schmid, and Carlson. T-lakeem and Ray Mar- Tinez each hiT pay dirT once. The Tarzans meT The ModesTo PanThers in a 32-I2 Thriller. Ramirez scored on a guarTerback sneak: Then l-lakeem plowed 34 yards To Tie The game. Bob Bley was The nexT STockTon man To cross The goal. Wes Parsons recovered a ModesTo Tumble in The end zone, and ClayTon Krein received a long pass Trom Lagorio To make The Tinal scores. The S.l'l.S. squad became undispuTed champions oT The league by deTeaTing lvlcf ClaTchy l4VO. The unbeaTen STockTon Team scored when The charging Blue and V!hiTe line blocked a punT and ScoTT Jenkins raced Tor a Touchdown. Receiving a pass, Schmid chalked up The second score. Solomon's veTerans nexT slew The SacramenTo Dragons, 27-7. Bob Waller carries The ball lor a long gain buf is finally snowed under bv most of The Poly Team, Parsons, Tvlinahvn, and Ramirez are also in on This onv. r in oes e isin i ain oo am, ri-I is Loniln ua as KeTTTh pqk sq sTWdliKs c flflgf assisTance, buT iT looks like The Wolves arf- going To qr-T Th:-rn lim? Bailey made The Two iniTial Touchdowns: Schmid scooTed 35 yards around leTT end To add his Tally: and Lagorio Tossed To Jack Kreis Tor The Tinal score. ln an eerie, Tcgvbound "ghosT gamei' The larzans edged The Turlock Bulldogs by one poinT. Bailey scored Trom 67 yards downTield: Ramirez made six poinTs on a guarTerback sneak. VeTo's Two conversions placed beTween The invisible goalposTs gave STockTon The game, l4'I3, when iT was called in The Third guarTer. The TradiTional grid classic oT The season Took place beTween The league-leading Tarzans and The inspired Lodi Flames. In This game, held in BaxTer STadium be- Tore a record-breaking crowd OT l2,5OO TooTball Tans, Dick 6aedTke snagged Two pegs over The goal Trom Ramirez. By Tying This game wiTh Lodi, I2-IZ, STockf Ton remained The only undeTeaTed Team in The league. Ramirez, Holmes, Gas-dTkr, and Tzlakecrn all heir- Tackle This ST, IqnnT s ball carrier. Ns- qp. .. 1-,,,z T975' LLL., 4' ..-fy ' , u L3LfLsfLL,3,,L L, "dww1vls . Q 3 Q' v f5"Q"'f' ,L XKSS . qw ,, ,L X L h ,L 'A .- cg: L 'E Q' '- A" '. " M L PQ-f L L f gg. H b ' 'es ff fmw.-5 3 Q Q " Lf LLVSLL L, 4 Ag A 1 x Y L 'LQ Q HQf:ff'f fx i A L L. ,, -5 -gy' " - L 1 t In f + Q ,L .W .WM - ax lit Lx, in-. Y SF RA 1 NRL gi X iid X i K r . 5:5 L1 HW, Q.-f sf Lu QQ 1 LL , ,L S h K 5 i xi Pigs? Y' x ' if L' K Qi' Q L 'Q I 9 1' 1 LL ' 5 ' Q ' 'Q' L 4 Lb 2 1 ' 'N E 5 'R 4 w fi Q fix? :L+ L L-ML Y. " 1' Q f L x ,L Q X .4 f- """! 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Second row-Torn Klrnqer, Roland FrsT rowAChorIie Herring, Louis WenTzeI, John Bo s, an i we Dean, Jack Waldron, Jerry GriTTen, and Bob Minahen. Basketball The I947 Tarzan varsiTy basIceTbaII squad had a win- ning season despiTe whaT appeared To be a lack oT maTeriaI early in The year. Coach Garrigan's Blue and WhiTe hoopsTers wound up second in The souThern haIT oT The conTerence wiTh Three wins and Three losses. In addiTion, The Tarzans copped The ciTy high school crown by deTeaTing Edison and ST. IvIary's. For The TirsT Time since The beginning oT The war The Tarzans Took an overnighT iaunT To Fresno where They dropped Two games To The Madera and Edison Tech Tives. Edison, which boasTed one oT The Top bas- IceTbaII Teams in The sTaTe, IaTer IosT a reTurn decision To The STocIcTon quinTeT. The varsiTy sTarTed league play by deTeaTing Turlock in a close conTesT. They upseT The IvIodesTo Tive nexT, buT IosT a 44-40 game To The Lodi Flames. The second round opened wiTh a vicTory over The Turlock Bulldogs, buT Then The Tarzans dropped one-sided games To The improved ModesTo Tive and To The Lodi squad. H Charlie Herring, Torward, led The Team in scoring wiTh I I9 poinTs. Bob Ivlinahen was nexT wifh 85 and had The highesT Toul shoT average oT The squad, I-Ie was Tollowed by Tom Klinger, who scored 64 poinTs during The year. VeTo Ramirez and Lou WenTzeI rounded ouT The TirsT sTring. VeTo Tossed 77 poinTs and Louis made 74 during The season. Jack Waldron, Rolly Dean, Jerry GriTTen, John Boggs, and Bill Swenson Tormed The re- serve sTring oT The varsiTy. TOM KLINGER CHARLIE HERRING BOB MINAI-TEN LOUIS WENTZEL VETO RAMIREZ U55-OT if f 5 'l 4 1 if -af 1 f Wigs ia. ? xg ,X 'E Bee Basketball Firsf rowffSchulTz, Beardsley, Ur- sainqui, B. Hall, Wolfenbarger. Second row-Singer, D. Ha Clemf-nTs, Krmsinqer, Cummin N4-well, Kliiqhll. The Tarzan Bee Team also had a good season and narrowly missed winning The conTerenCe TiTle, Tinishing second in a close race. The Bees under Coach Mike Garrigan opened The season wiTh a win over The GranT lighTweighTs Then spliT a pracTice series wiTh The SacramenTo squad, each Team winning a game by one poinT, The TarzaneTTes losT Their league opener To Turloclc by The slim margin oT one buclceT. They baTTered The lvlodesTo Team buT losT a hard-ToughT game To The Lodi FlameleTTes. ln The se- cond halT oT The round robin The Tarzan Bees won easy Triumphs over Turloclc and lv1odesTo and de-TeaTed The Flames Tor Lodi's only league loss. Lodi Then losT The playoTTs To SacramenTo, a Team which The Tarzans had previously beaTen. Jerry ClemenTs, lighTweighT cenTer, led The scoring, Tollowed closely by Bill l-lall and Loren WolTenbarger, Torwards. Garold Singer and Willard Cummings were The TirsT sTring guards. Jack Ursainqui was The number six man, playing all posiTions equally well. 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H 5 NVQ W R K X - 2' 'f , 'X -, 4,5 . ,1,31,g1 ' ' f N556 . . . . . . k ,L Ji K 4 iq V K lfsQfgf?51i Y? , 'M 1-' , A J Q kr Firsr row-Halvorson, Barnell, Rogers, Forbes, Liqhi, Rose, Haley, John- son, Mounfz, Perez, Prioli, Nimmo, Moore, DuBois, Second row-Caron, Howe, Hargis, Weqner, Hardey, Troller, Borelli, Olcamura, Escoffo, Jose, Pecchenino, Shimaski, Lee, Sikara. Third row-Morehead, Pearce, Royce, Higbee, Dillingham, Ursainqui, Perkins, Henlee, Angerina, Ellison, Trol- ler, Praler, Reina. Fourfh row-DeMen+, Callahan, Niles, Buller, Davis, Track Wilh lhe cornplelion of ils busiesl schedule since pre-war seasons, Jrhe Sloclclon ,l-ligh lrack 'ream has again moved info lhe imporlanl posilion which il' occu- pied in lhe sporls parade ol former years. This season's 'ream numbered aboul IOO alhleles, in- cluding six varsily holdovers, lhree varsily lranslers, and seven Bee relurnees. ln a pre-season inlerview, Coach "Hap" Evans slaled lhal early worlcouls indicaled 'rhe Wyalf, K. Praier, C. Wrighf, Siqnorelli, Schmid, Kinser, Pecchenino, Gillespie, Daniels, Beiarano, Coach Caviglia. Fiffh row-Coach Evans, Donnell, Mensinqer, Paullin, Ragqio, Burch, Mallhews, Self, Goldsworfh F. Wrighf, Davidson, Freeman, Nicewonger, Bailey, G-aravenla, Easl- wald, Newell, Peirano, Prueifi. Tarzans would be parlicularly slrong in lhe high and low hurdles and in lhe sprinls. "Hap" menlioned Ben Waller and Peler Raggio as oulslanding hurdlers, while Mel Schmid, Henry Oka- mura, and Bob Kinser led 'rhe sprinlers. Among lhe promising dislance runners were Diclc Newell and Alberf Troller, milersi Lawrence Peirano, quarler milery and Roloerl Niles, 880 man. Much ol S+oclclon's scoring power in The field evenls lay in The abililies of l-lenry Olcamura in l'he broad iump, Gilberl Daniels in 'rhe high jump, Waller Paullin in The pole vaull, and Bill Phillips in 'rhe shol pul. 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A " K- S i 3 is - 5 1 .A W. ,,, A ,, u, M1-v 4 i Firsf rowAPresley, ScoTT, and D . h HHH "This year our school has one of The besT seven-man golf squads in Norfhern California, and we have a good chance of winning The Sac-Joaquin League champion- ship if we can nose ouT lvlodesTo in The finals." AT The Time This sTaTemenT was made by golf menTor Pefe Lenz The Tarzans had played four conTesTs wiTh The evenly maTched lvlodesTo Panfhers. OT These four conference meefs, The SToclcTon golfers Took Two. The firsT Three maTches ended with idenfical scores of l3lf2 To 7lf2, while The fourTh resulTed in a I2-9 vicTory for The Blue and Whife Team. ln The order of Their sTanding on The Team ladder, The members of The squad were Sfan Dinlcel, Russ Shepherd, WaI+ McGillvray, Ed MalleT, Bob Allec, STan Songer, and Bill Solomon. Firsf row-Songer, Allec, and Solomon. Second row-Dinkle, Shepherd, McGillvray, and Mallet Buwhuq Alfhough iT had no school sponsorship, bowling was anoTher sporT which was acfively engaged in by S.l"l.S. sTudenTs This year. LasT January Twelve sTudenT bowling enThusiasTs dee cided To geT TogeTher and form Their own high school league. As a resulT of Their planning, four Three-man lcegling Teams were organized and maTches were held each Thursday afTernoon over a period of Three monfhs. The four compeTing squads and The order in which They finished in The TournamenT were The Three Dollars formed by Neil Dollarhide, Caryl ScoTT, and Roy PaT- Tersonp The C5.H.P. consisfing of Pefer GunTher, Wayne Halverson, and Jaclc Presley: The La Mar Three in- cluding Jack and Bob La Mar, and Jaclc GoaTman: and The El Dorado Bowl made up of Norman Schulfz, Al Garibaldi, and Ed Ariofo. O ar i S. Econ r0w- arl- Il h d S d G aldi, Arlofo, Geoffman, and afferson. q S Ei I tl W l I R b s B q h m, and Bramwell. Second F ll K bhl J ko B wn, Gilford, Somers, and M McKay. l row-Koni , -fovall,. - , En IS, O ln On, In -Mr. Brown, Chinchiolo , or oz, acsn Tennis Al mid-season il appeared lhal lhe lennis learn had a good chance ol bringing home lhe league lille. Early season malches wenl in lavor ol lhe Tarzans. Sloclclon lrounced lvlodeslo 5-I and laler lied lhe Panlhers 3-3. The Blue and While leam delealed Sloclclon Junior College 6-3. Malches were scheduled wilh Grass Valley, Lodi, Turlock, and Modeslo. John Ellioll, Phil Korbholz, Richard Konig, Louis Wenlzel, and graduale Marvin Wigley gained in- valuable courl experience by enlering lhe Norlhern California Tennis Tournamenl in Carmel. Coach McKay was assisled in his dulies lhis season by Slewarl Brown lrom C.O.P. Louis Wenlzel, Kirby Robinson, Phil Korbholz, John Ellioll, and Pele Brown were lhe players who enlered lhe maiorily ol inler- scholaslic nel conlesls. S W1 H1 1111 11 g Coach Lenz slaled lhal +his ear's recenll or an Y Y Q ' izer Blue and While mermen showed every possibilily ol making a big splash in inlerschool compelilion. Members ol lhe leam have pracliced in privale pools and al lhe C.O.P. lanlc assisled by Bill Anlilla lrom lhe Junior College. This is lhe lirsl lime any large scale inleresl has been displayed lor several years, bul +he squad drilled wilh enlhusiasm in order lo be in lop racing lorm. Scheduled lo enler lhe seclional meel and lwo con- lesls each wilh Lodi and Granl, lhe S.l'l.S. swimmers are John Gardner and Jaclc Sandman, baclcslrolce: Bob Brown, Ralph l-lickinbolham, Bill Solomon, and Louis Wenlzel, lreeslyley Kennelh Slaugas, breaslslrolce: and Bill Herylord and Charles Sikora, ulilily men. Sfauqas, Hickinbolham, Sand' man, and Wenfzel. Selected Shorts PresenTing Girls' Gym . . . a Tour year re- quired course Tor sTars and sTarleTs Freshmen suffer from aching muscles lor monThs alTer kicking Themselves in The shorTs and balancing on one TooT wiTh Their eyes closed . . . These scenes Taken during a class rehearsal of moTor abilily TesTs . . . are in- Troduced To square dancing . . . soccer and volley ball ...as 9A's, Try To learn Tennis Tech- niques . . - however mosT of Their class Time is spenT chasing losT balls ThaT some amazon has hiT over The fence . Sophomores play baskeTball . . . The game in which opposiTe Teams see who can kill whom ofl TirsT . . . buT Their real inTeresT lies in learning To become archers . . . passers-by beware . . . These poTenTial William Tells don'T always hiT The TargeT . . . in TacT iT is a greaT occasion if They do . . . in Theory classes Sophomores sTudy The operaTion and organizaTion ol The San Joaquin CounTy l'lealTh DisTricT . . . on rainy days "all ioin hands and circle leTT" Tor a gala period of square dancing . . - or They double up wiTh oTher classes Tor a game of volley ball in The QYVY' On To deck Tennis . . . ThaT's The game in which The quoiT insisTs on landing on The roof Girls Upromenading home" in one of The malny square dances learned during The year. A fierce game IS under way as ' ' ' h h T T All girls battle for Top posllrons in orsefs oe ournamen. A - - YY.. -1 i.--1.,.l. .-ximian :1 I, Ei? ' K 15,5 mx -W K Rf.. ' S QQ VS. E lm NNY . hgh 3 -Y' s. V '- Niv- .km 5--4 ff ,Qin g .A- .Q in fi S- ,,. ii if x if 'fx 4 5 L L mu- b '--.. pn- ,,,,-Q-R--nf-N Q- A wW4W,.., , I fNM 3433 EQ is A QT I- xi ' fs. ff? .A ' '35 3 g A 3 +95 31 X A .M 3 Q - jgln Q 1' ""' si. Q fi ,grit . 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"-' . 5 ' 5 .1 , i 3 - . ,x . ff . . . 1, . n ' , -5 .. -- ? f. 1 Q 1 . 5Zf7:'1-3-AQ' fgx ':'N . 3, um- ,L N , 42,,. 4 m -f wr fb Studio Guards The sludenl conlrols . . . mainlain order and high slandards of conducl around The sludio . . . boys headed by Alberl' Bianchi . . . girls led by Sue Brandon . . . groups composed ol commercial, vocafional, and academic sludenfs . . . meel once a week 'ro discuss problems and have hearings lor sludenl offenders . . . recommend penallies for Those who have broken sludio rules . . . on duly al ra.lies and assemblies . . . lhe lall conlrols mel and solved problems lairly and conscienliously . . . lhrough lheir ef- lorls roofing seclions were roped off for Srockron High loolball fans al all games First row Carolee Long, Delores Schullz, Harrie! Harp- er, Jackie Herylord, Carol Cunningham . Second row - Bvffy Srephens, Melvina Manning, Sue Brandon, Lauraine Williamson, Frances Colliver, Pal Sfoul, Vernyce Dee Harris, Carolynne lsaacson. Third row - T-rances Lenia, Corky Harrison, Marie Birdwell, Lois Garibaldi, Alba Perasso, Shirley Lee, Sylvia Kaplan. Firsl row - Albert Bianchi, Allen Croff, Paul Bram- well, Alvin Beardsley, Howard Gibson, Bob Kinser, Second row - Ben Waller, Alan Merchanf, Dick Gaedfke, Dick Holmes, Bob Crow. Third row - Richard Koniq, Philip Korbholz, Ralph Pedersen, Alan Tall, Carl Brookinq. Spring Under The direclion ol John Jenkins . . . The boys' conlrol enforced The "no smoking on The campus" rule . . . helped carry our The clean-up campaign sponsored by The sludenl council . . . wilh Loismae Garibaldi in charge . . . The girls' conlrol complefely revised The laws governing 'rhe conducl of girls on The sludio lol . . . kepl sludenls our ol The halls ol rhe Main and Science Build- ings during lhe l2:25 lunch period . . . Thus prevenling The dislurbance ol classes . . . bolh groups upheld The commendable repu- lalion earned by former conlrols . . . bolh were a credil To The school ' Firsr row - Delores Schullz, Andonia Folinos, Corky Harrison, Harrier Harper, Jane? Feldman. Second row - Mary Marlin, Pal Johnson, Shirley Lee, Barbara Jordan, Lois Garibaldi, Renee Busalacchi, Nancy Rein- iche. Third row - Jane? Thienes, Ellen Pearson, Nanefle Augusline, Carolynne Isaacson, Vernyce Dee Harris. Firsr row - Peter Brown, Allen Crolf, Alvin Beardsley, Alan Merchanf, Francis Gum. Second row - Bernard Berg, John Elliofl, John Jenkins, Alan Tall, Bob Bley, Third row - Louis Wenlzel, Bob Minahen, Bob Browne, Philip Korbholz, Eugene Early, Ben Waller. Fourlh .gow - John Gardner, Carl Carlson, Bob Sfoner, Jim rown. Firsl row - G, Fopoiano, R. Boalman, M. Neurnillcr, E. DeGravio, L. Webb, R. Sisneroz, J. Chris? ensen D, Salini. Second row - M. l-leisinqei, P. Harvey, M, Froeliqer, B. Salzsierllev, S. -MR, HEISINGER U I' E' h E S Sli I' H Background music lor all sludio produclions . . under The direclion ol Lawrence Shorl . . . lhe Orcheslra . . . performs al lall gradualions, music leslivals, and holiday programs . . .a con- cerl presenled in lhe spring was enioyed by all who allended . . . many lalenled musicians . . . form a group lo which we can poinl wilh pride Fiisl vow Mi. Shorl, J. Lawson L. VValcoll, S. Culbe'l5on, J. Holybee, D. Wells, N. Snnlh, M. Mc- lflwrson, J, Munkinq, N. Cioul-, M. Schwnrrz, M. Osborne, P, Sroul, Second row - E. Platt, E. Viqna, B. Row-,sll-i, l, Mooiw, L. llviw, ll, Plall, E. Chinn, S. Carlin, A. Murchanl, M, Alexander, S B Eby S l d T Evirs J Pwulos ole Sweeney, Cr. Rilcihic, J. Lniniwilok, . , QL' , - . L ., . L , . i , W. Pmillin, F. Gaul, L. Binqlinrn, B Bn'lvy, C. Wayne, B. Slorrn, R. Pallerson, J. Palacios, C. Colfon, F. Yurkv, D. Robwrls. Nicora, M. McMichael, G. Soulherland, D. Drury, M, Wiqley. Third row - C, Scoff, J. Onelo, B Jacobs, P. Pickering, P. Slovall, D, Smirh, B. Moore, D. Mall, V. Hope, C. Crafr, L. Crocco, M. Nicora, M. McMichael, G. Soulherland, D. Drury, M. Wiqley. Third row - C, Scolf, J, Ong-fo, B Parlon, B. Behrens, D. Courlney, O. Flelcher, R. Pearce, W, Loyeday, M. Alexander, R. Pnulm, A. Je-unq, J. Lcwallen, J Marlin, l-l. Ridley. Fourlh row - P. Sanguinelli, G. Lillle, C. Jackson, R. Morris, C. l-lickinbolharn, B. Migliori, B, Haley, D. Troglia, J. l-lehninqer, B. Rose, J. Horrinqlon, J, Beiarano, R. Dunphy, G, Marlin, A. Lee. Fiflh row - A. Jones, R. Kniql-l, B. Drewes, L. Towle, B. Eisr-len, K. Beckwilh, R. Perez, A, Pallerson, C. Monk, M. Sisneroz, D, Little. B. Niles, H. Gehrnan, D. Somers, R. Rallo, L. Lewis, D. Slone, J. Green, J. Walker, V. Sweel. B H Hd Direcled loy "Pop" Heisinger , . . made up ol sludenls who are experienced in The lielcl ol music . . . on slage lor compelilive games and all rallies . . .one of lhe schools mosl aclive organizalions . . . parlicipaled in The Spring Music Feslival . . . and many olher presenlalions , . . our Band . . .a credil lo The enlire sluclio MR, SHORT sncson Thir row E Sh ' Furs? row f M. Daruslca, C. Evansv W. Leslie, U. Dagg, G. Hanraluan, G. Know, Second row - M. Makclke, L. Slorer, M, Scluuler, 6. Hayden, P. Emerson. Third row - J yon Berg, D, Clcuussen, D, Duluiq, D. Dollarluide, Fourllu row V D. Lazzereslci, K. Robinson, C. Hmslrran, E. Kenover H. Caron, Filllu row B, Spencer, G, Wayne, D. Ballilana, R. Pedersen. Rav Clurislie, abseni Truuhadours Tlue musical slars ol our sludio . . . under llue di, reclion ol Frank Tluornlon Smillu . . . on slage lor suclu presenlalions as llue Clurislmas and Easler programs and all gradualions . . . one ol llue oulslanding groups al llue annual Music Feslival . . . llue cream ol Sloclclon l-liglu Scluool's voices . - . and an organizalion lo be proud ol Iflhrislmf-15 Feature Sponsored by Girls' League . . . llue sludio's annual Clurislmas program . . . exlended season's greelings lo everyone on llue lol . . . a greal musical produclion . . . direcled by Mssrs. Sluorl and Smillu . . . llue casl included llue sludio Orclueslra and vocal groups . . . llue Troubadours, Girls' Glee, and llue Blue and Wluiie Cluorus . . . scenery by llue Arl Deparlmenl . . . programs from llue sludio press to MR. SMITH 'Y 'il " u use Press qents ALAN TALT . . . alias "The eyebrows" . . . Tall ediTor oT The sTudio weekly, The Guard and Tackle . . . pue blished a special eighT-page ChrisTmas ediTion . .. BUR- LEY l-IOWE . . . ambiTious and hard-working . . . The spring ediTor . . . puT ouT a memorable issue of The an- nual "6runT and Tickle" Three associaTe ediTors . . . They read copy, planned pages, and helped make up The paper . . , BURLEY HOWE . . . spring ediTor . . . DORRETT BURSTEIN . . . a hard-working Three year graduaTe . . . HELEN KESSEL . . . Tops as a reporTer, Too . . . inTerviewed Mrs. RoosevelT . . . Governor Warren PAT BLACK . . . Tall business manager oT The "GaT" . . . soliciTed adverTising Trom local merchanTs . . . has ThaT "sales approach" . . . MARY LEE SULLIVAN . .- spring business manager . . . carried on where PaT leTT oTT . . . a Top ranking worker . . . wiTh many inches oT ads To her crediT ' WiTTy PHIL KORBHOLZ . . . Tall sporTs ediTor . . . wroTe "On The Sidelines" Two semesTers . . . BLEN- DON BEARDSLEY . . . associaTe sporTs ediTor . . . usually wroTe The main sTory on sporTs page . . . TOM VAUGHT . . . spring sporTs ediTor . . . and eTTicienT sTaTT member who really goT Things done BUD BEHRENS . . . Tall phoTographer Tor The "GaT" . . . The youngesT sTudenT ever To hold This posiTion . . . amiable MR. ADAMSON' . . . publicaTions' adviser . . . Teaches NewswriTing - . . seTs up ancl prinTs The paper every week Cameraman Our aim . . . a "bigger and beTTer Blue and WhiTe" . . . The cameramen oT I947 have picTured SToclrTon High in an enTirely new Theme . . . a hard-worlcing sTaTT has made iT biqger . . . we hope you Think iT's beTTer . . . ALICE EISELEN. ediTor . . . FRANCES COLLIVER, associaTe ediTor A "Top noTch" Team . . . EVA PETERS and JOAN SCHEDIWY . . . in charge of phoTography . . . spenT many hours of Tree Time Taking unusual picTures . . . BARBARA JORDAN . . . arT ediTor . . . besides wriTing copy Tor several diTTerenT secTions . . . she de- signed The cover oT This year's annual The youngesT members oT The "camera crew" . . . HELEN KESSEL and JEAN SANDBER6 . . . worlced hard To presenT a compleTe TaculTy secTion . . . JANET THIENES . . . handled all The senior picTures, hisTories, and idenTiTicaTions . . . Three diTTiculT jobs . . .very well done NANCY DEICKE . . . phoTo ediTor . . . scheduled pic- Tures . wroTe copy . . .and cheerTully Toolc over many miscellaneous duTies . . . DONNA SOLLARS and JANE WHEELER . . . copy wriTers Tor The club secTion . . . a couple oT happy-go-luclcy characTers . . . did Their besT on a Tough assignmenT WALTER FREDERlCKSON andr RICHARD KONIG . . . wroTe The commenTary Tor The "sporTs review" . . . good-naTuredly served as The copy and errand boys oT The sTaTT . . . CAROLYNNE ISAACSON and WANDA JOHNSON . . . Two indusTrious uloliciT P Y agenTs . . . produced an ouTsTanding adverTisinq secTion 1. CK' YQ M ax -iv? it ,X A 1 K N K. KQWIAWQW wld . . y Q , i Q Q 'af' xx - . Q2 1 - v i --' X XX . 'ymxg KP, kk wh-1. Q fa X Q K 'A W3l'v75xS id., 'WAR .xv .fyifpslls ff' 'QNX H xv I N1 Y, l .f ' ' . P' 5. fr' F 'HT-ff A A fs- . ff' Winn 32 ,N , V Sxigvl' lx' Four years of minor roles . . . 'rhen a goal is reached . . .seniors become slars ..."Gradua+ion", rheir grealesl produc- 'rion, is released . . . scenes include Rough Day wifh irs original cosluming . . . The Senior Prom lor slars and exlras . . . Senior Dinner, Class Day, 'rhe laying of lhe plaque . . . allended only by slars ...a casl among rhe linesl Right - officers - Mildred Grilling, secrefaryg Una Belle Daqq, presidzznlg Mary Hclcn Agnew, vice pres- idenl. Candids - some of lhe siqhls seen on Senior Rough Dayq bafhinq beaulies of l89O, Tom Sawyer and Becky, and a group of miscellaneous rufiians. D ,.,. An ambilious and hard-working cabinef . . . crediled wilh many innoyalions . . . presenled an original Senior Talenl Show ...ou+s+anding, loo, as I2B's . . . among 'rhe few presenring producrions . . . lheir box office lavorile, "The l2B's Buzz" . . anolher class of Jrruly greal srars . . .can now be seen playing in "Gradua+ion" Firsr row v fall officers - Barbara Jordan, vice oresg John Ellioff, pres: Jane Wheeler, sec. Second row spring officers - Eslher Molina, vice pres.g Alan Tall, pres.g Vernyce Dee Harris, sec, Acfiyilies Y a snap of lhe l2B dance and one of lhe salcfy campaign. K iff "'i31'fX s" Y.-'NX 1: 5 H. ORSI'S Delicious cakes, pies, and ollwer paslries . . . lvol di- slwos llwal really "make" a meal . , . Virqinia Cross, Luz Adele Rowe, and Pal Piarulli buy cookies . , . perfect for lunches and be' lween rehearsal snacks . . . modern ORSVS .. .a pop- ular delicalessen Mlm gmnws! We wx 5159115 YOSTS' Curl Lewis and Caryl Oranqes pause io loolc al a display oi line clollwrvs . . . a Corduroy iaclcel willw a wliile cable-lrrwil swealer , . . box-ollice lavorife for summer sporlswear . . . a wide variefy oi morfs and boys' clollwes al YOSTS' . , . plus prompl, Courlcous service Wav TlLTON'S A qood-loolrinq new sloro . . TFLTONS fealures hiqh qualify merchandise . . . the lafesl clolhihq Myles lor adors and aclrcsscs . . alfradive home furnhhinqs . . . in leading vols:-. . . . Hope Lerma and Don Thompson . . . all so? for an evening of danclnq wx WONDER For Thai exfra special dale . . . Joyce Lyman , . . considers flwis while and flowered crepe dress . . . wlllu a be- coming slraw piclure nal . . . Doris Eyarws . , . is prepared for cool weallwer . . but sfill in summer colors . . . she chooses a loeaulifully tailored while wool coal . . . a furned-up Ina? and a shoulder lmao . . . add lhe louclm of perfecllon . . . lo anollwor slylislw oullif . . 4 from llwe VVONDER . . . , - , .. , . , .. ..... .... . ., llll r 2 - For lhe warm summer days alwead , , . Jo- anne Seemann . . . chooses a black slcirl . . . wiln a colorful off-flue-slwoulder blouse . . . Marilyn Rasmussen . . . picks a casual qray dress . . , lor summer evening dafes . . . llne WONDER also offers . . . in all flue newesl slyles . . . slnorls, slaclcs, and ollner lnlormal sporis- wear THRELFALL'S Ray l-lenney . . . wearinq Hue lavorife oullil ol every aclor , , . levi's, arqyles, and a cool summer sliirl . , . from THRELFALL'S . . . the More pafronized lwy discrirvwinalimq men . . . ollers a lainie Moclc of slaclm and suiis . . . l'1as fwvalorg and slvirls qalore i if or ,., ROGER'S A beaufilul silver chalelaine . , , malces a clvic oullil of Diane Korbl'iolz's Sack dress . . . wlwile The pearls would be flue perfecf Touch . . . on a formal occasion . . . ROGERS' has disfincfive iewelry . .. lo complele lhe wardrobes ol sfars and sfarlels ilk A-ff'--M 1 Q4 3 ms 3 BRAVO 81 McKEEGAN Well known as a Home of rnen's fine clolninq . . . BRAVO and MCKEEGANS . . . Offers male leads of flue sfudio , . , clofhes for eveninq or sporls wear . . . here, aclors Ray Clwrlslle and Jim Brown . . . dressed for casual al lair . . . look 'lslwarpu in slacks and fwo-lonecl lackels. COEY'S June Sclmenone jus? canlf decide . . , beauliful qold ballef slippers . , . popular saddles . . , play shoes . . . skve wanls them all . .. buf AI Golelli knows wlwal he needs . . . boofs for ruqqed ou?- door wear . . , lop lealures in loolwear . . al COEYS 5 A xg Y k f u NN- Nw W' ., l :MB mi, Q isa .aw 1 'IH , rf I f U 5 ,,,,v ,4,f,g5,Z'j 4' fa 'X - w'fW" f i-Q,Q,, - 4 , 1, A M g , v ' if , , X A- A ,0 ,f 5 n , -M ' A S 'Q , V j Q fm ,ff - W f f f M N w ff 'f . ff", 9 1 ,f , K Q, , - IN 1 W- A im F1 51 ffiiafzwsfi. .fa , ,K ww. :xi -. gfaxfkwfg L ' NA ' i f M. - Qsfiwmlhir A V. Jax?-A NW we , - Msgs: up . 1-.gag 1 A S if ig' .S HL N X qu 32 LR ff ' E " .W M, M if , L , xkd Es . 1 X. 4 Q E ' :Q + , 'E T Q ,M X wt 2 3. "hh fi ,,,M.--W x?.. 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I Q Y A f A .ig 1 - 1 W E 'Q ' . 1 x 4 L 5, ailfuw at gains SEAR'S Judifln Alles and Mary Mar- Hnez . . . loolcinq over some rnaferials . . . for cool, warm-weailwer blouses . . . lnis new deparfmeni al SEARS Carries eyeryllminq in flue sewing line . . . zip- pers, louffons, needles, and thread . . . ready To buy when you purchase your yardaqe Surrounded by lishlnq fac- kle . . .and equipmenl for oflner ouldoor sporfs . . . Bud I-lerrinq , . . selecls a new qoll club . . . l19lS plan- ninq To spend Salurday on ine llnlcs . . , for every sporlsman in every field . . . SEARS deparfment nas Iusf lne llmlnq BREUNER'S Taking limo off from The sludio , , . Ward Tyler, Sally Ciowl, Bill Solomon, Pal l-laoans, and Gerald MfLaclvlan . . . lislen lo llc lalesl "l'vi1C' . , . enjoy llwo pleasanf suv'roLmdinqs of a home . . . complelelv luvnislwod by BREUNER'S NEWBY'S The "only" place for frozen oranqes . . . NEWBY'S serves llwe be-sl in lown . . . Richard Koniq, Dolores Yes- cas, Eloise Busalacchi, Al- vin Beardsley. and Bob Bley . . . drop in on llweir way Home from +l1e sfudio . . . for milkshakes, colces, send' wiclves . . . and quiclc ser vice . . al NEWBY'S KATTEN 81 MARENGO All se? lo lan on a "scorcl'vir1q"surnmer day . . . Valeria Ferrero , . . plans lo spend flue aflernoon in a cool denim slworf oullil . . . Joyce Dow . , . qoes in for comforlable glamour . . . wearing a pair ol washable blue slacks . . , and a conlrasling slriped blouse . . . all kinds ol summer sporlswear . . . a specially al KATTEN and MARENGO vi' -uv . .MQ ,J , 2 4 - - 4' 5 sf . M' W ' Q SX ws Q 1 ff .unawa- X? rx 149 m', Xif, :,si1?g:Q:i5?' , , , ,s r , q.:f"'.g:' w, s -mv K. K.: ,H - uf' .av"""'- v Y 4 4 W 1 5 . --in QL Un 'fm J .Q ww? A fr fa, U . .,' RN -fhm, .. f, X5f,f.,k,., , NW, rsffd 1 My 1 xg, l W' E V5 s fy qw: 4 45 ,,,.,M . .an A ' I 2 5 ' s . Sa. Q , . A A K A V W It Qi K 'P - , - fag ? f. 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Currorvlly loalurvcl al DON BUR- TONS KUECHLER'S Silverware, compacls, and jewelry . , . a brillianl sel- finq lor any slar , . . Mar- qaref Chalmers and Gloria Lewis loolc over qifls of all lypes . . . walclwes, brace- lcls, rinqs, and clwarms . . . you're sure lo find wlwal you wan? . Y . when shop- pinq al KUECHLERS L. ---.,.,,,.. ,,. FRIEDBERGER'S Bob Pelers, John Ellioll, and Alan Kreiss . . . lind Il's hard fo decide . . . a qood-loolcinq walch . . . or a handsome ID. brace- lef lor qraduafion . . . lhe slars all rave aboul . . . FRIEDBERCSERS . 4 . class and club lewelry . . 4 qills for all occasions BOBB INN Near The sludio . . . lhis popular drive-in serves 'bur- qers, shakes, and sundaes . . . Bob Sauls, Camilla Jus- lesen, Jeannine Goellle, Gus l-lalceem, Barbara Hiqe by, John Jenkins, and Joan Schecliwy . . . The BOBB INN'S lhe place lo relax be-lween "lakes" y M, .. 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