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

 - Class of 1949

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..2.. WCMOYCCQ 0 FACULTY CLASSMATES ORGANIZATIONS HONOR GROUPS SPECIAL INTERESTS CLUBS ATHLETICS J 0 W A MUN 4 4 TQQK on ffm, memory book L ,A ix 331' ., . J Q ii, UU5jJg J . 2 A ' F xx ' ' ,r . 3 X, Jr, JJ, W JJ 6 'X JU I J P' fn," .1 ,3.,,, '4 4' ,ff-1 .4 . ,H I' ' I -wr-J' 2 f.: v, ,L ,Y in Ji J 4 J 3 A S Y 3 3 -f 4 "bn Jn-4 iv fit '4 4, if? . 44391 I Art! R, 1 . , ,1 M Jaan. , az A ' .fel , 1' . f '-- Stix' '!..- ' 3 s i fw ' x 1 W' K 'K ff., f-3. ummm P s .ram Mass MCINNES D E D I C A T I O N To Miss Alice Mclnnes, vice-principal and dean of girls, a loyal friend of Stockton High School, who has endeared herself to all by her gracious manner, her quiet sense of humor, her unselfish devotion to the best interests of the school, and her sympathetic understanding we affectionately dedicate this Memory Book. BUNGALOW ThlS has been a year dur1ng whlch both students and faculty have been engaged 1n adjustmg to a new set of cond1t1ons and the estab lrshment of tradxtlons The past of Stockton Hlgh School IS r1ch nn accomplnshment whlch IS attested by the success of 1ts graduates ln every fleld Many of the graduates of Stockton Hxh School have remanned IH or returned to our c1ty helpmg to make lf a better place ln whrch to lxve The students of Stockton H1gh School mn 1948 and 1949 have played thexr part ln educatxonal ploneerxng It IS a good Amerrcan tradxtlon to brush asxde the dlflicultles that confront us and to buxld an lncreasmgly better school By followmg hlgh ldeals and worklng together for a common cause Stockton Hlgh School students are enrrchxng thelr own lxves It IS ln such a sp1r1t that IhlS Memory Book of 1949 has been publlshed MAIN BUILDI E F o R E w o R D N G J W SLEY G YOU 6 I J' Y 1 561' 'HL Ji J my - g. if ff --sm ff " 'EV' M ,gl ' Q, Y' . J G xy? 'ig ,W 0 Bflg 3, ft! 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Jack Cross, Billy Darknell, Lloyd Davis, Sally Davis, Wey'man Delucchi, R. DeMasters. Ronald DeRouen, Paul Dollarhide, Donald Dorsett. Ernest Easley, Jim Edalgo, Ralph Erwin. Rosemarie Farmer, Charles ATES Ferguson. Russell Fernandel, Genevieve Forsyth. Terry Gaines. Tommy Garcia. Johnnie Golding. Richard Gonzales, Don Gray, Patricia Gross. Jack Guntert. lfrancis Halley, Edmund Hart. Joan Heckethorne. Darrell Hernandez. Frances Hill, Delbert Hicks, Audrey Hockett. Gilbert Hodgson. R. Holmes, Everette Huff, Patricia Hunt, XVilbert Huchinson, Loyal WHO Irvine, Donald Janeway, Yvanda Janiver, Donald Johnson. Hollis Jones. John L. Jones, Norman Joy. Thomas Judson, Harold Kingston, Harold LelVlar. LaDonna Lapitan. Winston Lauderdale. Boyce l.aVerne, Lee Leicht. Edward Littleton. Bob Loker, Charles Looper. Duane Lowe. Luther Matthews, Ronald McCullum, George McDaniel. Ida Mae McKinsey. Harold HAVE Mendenhall, Bob Michaud, Robert Miller, Fred Moore, S. 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Saul Gray, Arlen Harbin. Dorothy Herring. Claire Howell. Barbara Keeler. Gwen Kline, Roberta Marion, Gladys Moresco. Claudene Passadore, Theresa Porteous, Dorothy Raggio, Betty Ridgley. Patty Ritter. Ered Rusher, Joy Waldo, Margery HIGH TEN Davis, Janice Gill, Kathryn Jackson, Joan Meyer. Sandra Swan Shirley Zens. Nadine Behler' Donald Dremalis. Nadelyn Goodwin, Carol Jones, Caryl Moore, Carol Trttenbach John LOW TEN Berlin' Lois Edger. Barbara Hamilton. Marion Leen. Connie Norman, Robert White Gilbert Higham' Sharon Baz, Donna Ellis, Meredith Hatch. Wesleyp Lowry, Roberta Parnell, June Yagi Yoshtye Hong' Lily Corn-,ugh Kalheryn Gall, Janet Heikkinen. Kenneth Little, Katherine Savio. Barbara Taylor' Dorion Cramer, Linda Garibaldi, Eugene Hibbard, Camilla McConnell, Laura Stonecypher, Billie 1 I BLOCK "S" The Block "S" society is made up of students who have earned the Varsity Block "S" in sports. The purpose is to promote good sportsmanship and school citizenship. The president is Vic Gianunzio: vice - president, Wallace Gibson: SeCt6I3ry, Bob Conrad: treasurer. John Ray: sergeant-at-arms, John Winans. The sponsors are Mr. LaBee and Mr. Rogers. OLD ENGLISH "S" The Old English US" society is made up of girls of class IO who have a grade of B in physical education and not lower than a C in any other subject. Its purpose is to be of service to the school. The president is Joan Jackson: vice-president, Kathryn Gill: secretary - treasurer, Rose Marie Cecchini. The sponsor is Miss Herbert. HONOR GROUPS .LAM 3, Sifliiiiif ?X 3 SA X 5 -ll 5 if The Journalism class edits the Guard and 'Tackle and publish- es the Stockton Memories under the direction of Miss Green. D R A M A T I C S The Fall Dramatic Workshop Class was the first to reach 10096 in the sale of Memory Books. Mr. McCabe is in charge of dramatic productions. f' M6 ig Q . A r -2 F5245 A V O C Cl.UB The members of the A V O C Club operate and maintain audio-visual equip- ment in the school. Mr. Meyer is the sponsor: Gwen Robinson, the president: Robert Heil, the vice-president: and Marjorie Thomas, the treasurer. C L U B S ROUND TABLE CLUB The Round Table Club is composed of students interested in national and local affairs. The meetings, held every other Wednesday, feature many outstanding speakers. Mr. Drury sponsors the club, and the officers are Connie Leen, presi- dent: Marion Hamilton, vice-president: JoAnn Witherow, secretary: George Felker, treasurer: Ed Halley, sergeant- at-arms. Hilfiii f 'AWAY V 11.4 TWP'- ST AhAP C LU B The purpose of the Stamp Club is to learn how to collect and keep stamps as a medium of learning history and geog- raphy. The club meets every Wednesday i.n the bungalow under the sponsorship of Mrs. McCain. The president is Vera Sayles: the vice-president, John Adam- son: the secretary - treasurer. Charlyn Gott. TRAFFKI CONTROL To promote student trafic safety around the school thirty boys are organized as a "Traffic Control." The Fall captain was Derrick l.ord: the Spring co-captains are Richard Seekatz and Bill Kowatch. The sponsor is Mr. Drury. Quay- STOCKTON HLENAS The Stockton Hi-enas is a Low Eighth group. organized to put into practice constitutional facts and rights they have learned in their Common Learnings class under the sponsorship of Miss Cramer. The president is Charles Vernon: vice- president. Jimmy Stearns: secretary, Sue Raney: treasurer. Mary Michaud: judge, Richard Lingane. DIIA FTI NE ER S This is one of Stockton High School's newest clubs. Its purpose is to interest more boys in the Held of drafting. Stan- ley Lowe is president: Jay Powell, vice- president: Donald Knutsen, secretary: Al Kelly, treasurer. The club meets once a month under the sponsorship of Mr. Rotsch. 4.18 SPANISH CLUB Mrs. Anderson's fourth period Spanish 4 class meets once a month as a club to stimulate interest in the language through speaking, singing and playing games in Spanish. The president is Donna Betz: vice-president. Rochelle Dessaussois: the secretary, Robert De- lucchi. LES. MOUSQUETAIRES Les Mousquetaires fThe Musketeersl are a group of French 3 and 4 students who meet once a month during the class period to practice the French learned in class in a social way and to increase their understanding of the language. Linda Cramer is president: Connie Leen, vice- president: Carol Goodwin. secretary - treasurer. Miss Lukes is sponsor. DUAL CONTROL CAR A T H L E T I C S ., ,.. GI'RL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The G.A.A. is an association of girls who meet after school to play various games, such as volleyball, basketball, baseball. The seventh and eighth grade girls meet Mondays and Wednesdays: the ninth and tenth grade girls meet Tuesdays and Thursdays. The oflicers are Joann Crites, president:.Blanch Smith, vice-president: Carol Bruno. secretary: and Lois Grude, treasurer. Miss Nadine Goodenough is sponsor. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Rangers Coaches - MR. HEGARTY and MR. LABEE October Rangers O Franklin O October Rangers 36 Oakdale October Rangers 0 Edison October Rangers 0 49ers November Rangers 0 49ers November Rangers O Edison 4 9 e Coaches - MR. GORDET and MR. ROGERS September 30 49ers Edison 19 October 8 49ers Vallejo 27 October l4 49ers Modesto 0 October 21 49ers Rangers O October 28 49ers Edison 0 November 4 49ers Rangers O November 10 49ers Oakdale O if 'S' 'mgllv "' 34" ' V4 JM. A I V ,.. f ,. Y?" X' 1 .fi Q Wy V 4 " rim' ' wt? 1, A 4 A , Nw 'f 'Gi' Yxm, is .O N n. by 'I Q' ' . . , .mf '.., , ,Af 1: v' 231573. 52? 1 I ap EW L In 2- fl ' '-, iz!! f ' 2,-1' ' 'S' 5 If W ' 1 ' Q 'S JN W w +- M, 1 fr I g Q ' 'v 'Yr 'Y 'if 3.0 'P suv, N Sirk 1,1 f' i 3 i ,, if 'Fir Q . 1 X In V . Ay n. F Q . .1 'Y i A Xi, ' 'R it, gf" 21: - W A 'f-gif' 'z ' '- ' , U 1-1 , 4 0:4 C To the business firms of Stockton whose advertisements appear on the following pages of this book The Editorial Board expresses appreciation for their financial aid. The Wonder SINCEI894 n e r WOMEN and CHILDREN Sfoclcfon CBIITOFH PAY A CALL JW M N S CLOTHIER c Avenu When Y u Th nk f Soda 0 Ice Cream 0 Lunches Th nk of George s Founkun Across The Sfreef from Hugh School Maurice s Shoes Headquarlers fo PETERS WEATHERBIRD SHOES 09 c Avenue as ann Sfree We re Bug Enough fo Serve You Unlon Planlng Mull 735 Soufh SuH'er S'l'ree+ Telephone 8 8996 Sfocldon Ca F CORDS MUS DIO TELEVISI Johnny Calvin 'F o r m u s Open E en ngs Pacific Avenue A K N O W L E D G M E N T ' I fi fashions for r 20 Pa ific , ' ia 333 E 1' M ' 'r +0 Noi Too Big 'lo Know You E. 2l05 Pa ific e - un, o io RE 0 IC RA 0 ON ic L., STO KTON DRY GOODS TeIepI1one9977I STOCKTON CALIFORNIA WK Gd S Yosi' Bros Th H +S s s Sh r+s gh GI C S+oc o ace ooIc I20 E Mann S+ Dual 7 77I2 SI Id C f COMPLIMENTS U Shoe S1'ore SI'ocIcI'on Ca lforn Shook Tlle Company INSTALLING GENUINE CERAMIC TILE e+ I dRe el 8 H 429 Easi' Rose Sfreei' 5 9 EI Dorado Drug S'l'ore A Sa g H Pop PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Phone 88757 orado ai' r ' I , 332 E. Main S+. . I ' e now - We ra uafed - . H. S. ' Commercial 0 Resid n Tal ' New Ins allaiion an mod ing e Ome of Har chaffner 81 Marx Cloihes Sp cializing in Remodeling of Sinks, Showers swf on Hai 0 Arrow I Bafhroom Wainscoi Rou Ri er Sla ks I949 as Brough? New CoIors and New Low Prices 320 E. Main S+., Id n Phone 3-4642 D Y 0' NI o I N N ' s . . M. . ' ', . Off SuppIles nume'r B s oc on, aliornia D Ma ke+ CIo+I1es for MEN AND BOYS in +I'1e California Manner THRELFALLS 9 M Logan Camera Shop Q 5 PPI Movie PROJECTORS AND CAMERAS 20 N SanJoaquln S+ S+ocIc+on Also Tokay Shopping Cenier Lodl Duncans S'I'yIe Shop DRESSES LINGERIE HOSIERY HANDBAGS SWEATERS 92 I4 or W son Complimerws of CLOVERLEAF FARMS Milk 0 Cream Bu+'I'ermlIk Callfornla Cleaners Phone 7 7690 PICK UP AND DELIVERY as C ar er a X- O 4 3 E a s I a I n S T O C K T O N For All Your PI'uo+o raphic Needs Cameras 0 FIasImE uipmeni 0 u ies - , - 2 2 5 E + h + w y ' X Pearl TFIYEIIBII Seidl Laura TI1reIIaII McCurry XIX-K I f 'I' o o . 9 .-q::l,Y,T,, Cixi-. T e I e p I1 o n e 9 - 3 9 I N 'r I1 I I W a y A Gooa' Porfraff Means More Than Jusf a Slfffng Raoul 'A' Proper Llghhng Proper Equlpmen+ i Proper Hughllghhng of Feafures ir Proper Tlmlng i' Proper Pahence 'A' Proper Surroundings SHOTS i' And +l1e Know How +o Use Them All BS TUD A clW g 1 If ln The San Joaquin Valley Le+ Bob s S+udlo Serve You TELEPHONE 3 4I I I 606 EAST MAIN STREET l""N 11"M"1"J""1""l"I"'JT iii 'D Congrafulaffons rom KNQBBY SI-IGP May Happiness ana' in Success Be Yours' I T R E S - t O t . B 0 ' S I 0 Has Them Il-Plus The Experience Poriraiis -- Pariy an eddin Pic ures All Types of Commercial and Aerial Phofography . , . ll ll l I Spaulding Shoes Janhen Bafhlng Sunfs Spaulding A+hlehc Equnpmenf WhrI'e Sfag Slu Equlpmeni' O Anderson 81 Thompson Slziis Ked s Gym Shoes l Rawlmgs Afhlehc Equupmeni' Brunswuclx Bowlmg Equlpmenf CLASS SWEATERS EMBLEMS AWARDS WARD TYLERS SPORT SHOP E v e r y 1' h I n g o r HOTEL STOCKTON BUILDING W5 oil' 'Qui sf? Gravem Inglis 6 X Bread Blaney 81 Speckens H a r d w a r e Sporhng Goods d Ph 26ll6 Every Sporl' IZ9 E WEBER AVENUE Peek a Boo Ice Cream BLEWETT S c Avenue Knox Seed Company Everyihung for fhe Garden I0 W HARDING WAY 509 E WEBER AVE Ph 6-6265 2 OI44 G ' ' I ' ' . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . o l ll ' F ll eseoooqaccceeaeen L 3 Q Q 7 l I 9 1 x ' A Q f i : , Manufaclured by Q Q : 3 Phone 2-2830 li 1 4175 1 U . . ', Q 1 I 2 O I l P a I f I c ., K , ' 'I . ll 27 - 3I Souih El Dora o Sfreef , , . one - Sfocldon 009 P5009 - 230 Ea CONGRATULATIONS Class o 1949 T e Star m IN HU Roy Logan Shoes O E STETSQN S MARKET STYLED RIGHT COMFORTABLE A Complefe Lune FINE FOODS WELL MADE ECONOMICAL PRICE 4 a s a I n S I' r e e VENETIAN BLINDS s Charfer W Dlsinncfn Phone 3 5509 I I20 W Fremoni' S+ x IN C O R P O R A T E D I MA AND NTER Weber and American F R M N Check These Fea+uresI ' o o 22 E I' M ' of 3 S 0 U S A ' S Manufacfurers of I ay of ' ' 'on Where goocl fellows get Together. . . You'll ino' Jackets and Slaclcs rom YMVO Z C QQQYMYT 313 EAST MAIN STR T I700 P f A APPAREL ancl ACCESSORIES For Women Misses Juniors and Children EE S T O C K T O N lM5fk aci ic venue I . , . . ' , N """"' ess? CENQ' Nl? 'Z OUR 93rd Y AR Stockto s Izne Sto c ,L 11 A 4' K, . ,.,,., .. f K7 1 '-'..'. 2 xxx sa Ei' i7 xg' K . f A ,,, ., . , . : ?, , ,l l 1Z . W flzllb aw, E I " ' zz' " 1' rf" Always New COATS 0 DRESSES 0 SUITS For +he College Girl DGVId Levlnson E Weber Ave O Couri' House GreeTIngs To The Graduales M Frledberger 81 Co J E W E L E R S 339 Easl' Mam Telephone 2-I778 Brlghi' Spoi' Elec'I'rIc RADIOS APPLIANCES REFRIGERATION Telephone 9 9769 Donovan s Smari' Shop S O DISTINCTIVE APPAREL MODERATELY PRICED 30 SanJoaquInSI' Sfocldon Calnf Jenny Wrenn Markei' Groceries 0 Meals Vege+abIes Phone 47w I-I A w 2-3541 S+.f1I.,'I'g ay CaIIfornIa Floral Co Phone 4-489I 7 - 9 N CBIITOFHIG Sfreel' C . 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