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

 - Class of 1951

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To The rugged, resourceful, humble W men who have ToughT gloriously under ThaT name in The lasT ThirTy ars of SToclcTon High's hisTory, This l95l ediTion oT SToclrTon High fbrg' 0913! j!b ories is dedicaTed. fi H - P Men of acTion, men oT characTer, are symbolized in The name. yy Q f6,i STudenTs oT SToclcTon High, in celebraTing Tarzan's reTurn To This sg T T campus aTTer a Two year absence, are aware oT The noble qualiTies w h The Tarzan TradiTion conveys. Many are inspired by The long 59 , 'T ord oT accomplishmenTs, in scholarship and in aThleTics, amassed i s N. und The Tarzan ideal by pasT generaTions oT SToclcTonians. O3 my - Ni T he TicTional characTer creaTed by Edgar Rice Burroughs is very YQ Ti much alive Today, and appears in our everyday life as The sTrong man 's-- E jf yy N who champions The cause oT The jusT and The less TorTunaTe. lT is ThaT W 'V 1 ' T an wiTh whom SToclcTonians are idenTiTied: iT is in ed a challenge X i A Y Q QS? A rove ourselves worThy of The name. 1' A Kb U fb, A ' a J LD rib' " W My T T5 if -' 6 1 ff K ' , 1 " 'ly WW W - ,. 9 T? . ,Z fi Y fr. fi A 'iv sg is NX Tix if , T H E E N I Because doorways are porTals To experience in learnin aT SToclcTon High, and, as They are likened X in our ds To The TaTeTul gaTes of opporTuniTy, we . ' ave s cTed Them as The Theme oT SToclcTon High's MEA 'es oT I95l. Doorways lead To many of our I Q E Tu careers. As a doorway To higher educaTion i High School perTorms a viTal service To 3 The communiTy and To The College oT The Pacific, ' . celebraTing iTs one hundredTh anniversary This year. In anoTher sense. The gaTeway To success is The Q educaTion and social experiences obTained in high school: as ciTizens oT The lasT half of The TwenTieTh T 'Q Q x if 3 T? a happy. and compleTe life. rw! 02 956,14 C- Q cenTury, may we open The doors which will lead To , Q ., '10 -. 'rw K A Vs! x SX ,.....-J X., :f .. U --1,,,A5M 1 Rf nf 1 5 X , f i I s .3 ,, .L , -4 .. n 'x-! -A 'W ',217vi IQJEMH - l I . w n ',r 'M K :EMM l I 'Hllfilifii . 1 K 1 H. l:"pj'7'H ,L K l 1 I5 ' r A 1' A Q o 'I Q . f . Nl Q N J Vi' OX 0090 A EJ C86 'O Q 0 Q, Qu 9' W af f K0 N f i -C Qc if ,fi J!! Af f TARZANS DEFEND FREEDOMr i. gill' Among The men fighring for America on barflefronrs across 'The sea are former Sfocldon High s+uden+s, alumni of Tarzan. Those soldiers, sailors, marines, and airmen who are Tighfing for The cause of iusrice and democracy in foreign lands are defending The same principles for which Tarzan is a symbol, and are, in some inslances, doing so wifh Their lives. Those Tarzans are The besi examples we have of courage, will-power, and delerminarion. There, Thousands of miles from Slocldon High, men are puffing info effecl' lessons learned here so Thar we may conlinue 'ro live in a free world. fl ,E la' T w , T. Li- ,-. if , ,iv l: l JJ 'r , H Y, 4 i if ,. J ii A l rll' .Ju . ' 'Mig 1 'Y 'M . 4 L i w r' ,f"' pull ' , bi xl T4 Ebb l' V '. T .If ' " ll Ai ' lil K, 'T Li .Y , , , . . "' q 1 l if X S , Y 'vu u . X v' IU , , lvl' N 1 ,f 1.1 if X T X wh' -if ' V Al Avy 4 J , ."' , T U TV .V N: l .I link: 'ilk in' gap ibm. FACULTY 0F 1950-1951 row one: Mr. Asa Caulkins, Registrar Miss Edna Hooper, Division Chairman, 71h and Sth Grades Mrs. Barbara Morgan Vice-Principal Mr. Wesley Young, Principal .5.,--Q. - .., . ..,,. Ars.. .-..... ...4-s,,,s fx ll-A -rn.. A 1 ADMINISTRATURS , , ' r n, n.-A 1. u-2 N - lffv-1: Mfg i ! P I.: ' a A i 6, 5, K , if v 4 row fwo: Mir. James Cave, Dean of Boys Mrs. Mary Cripps, Dean of Girls Mr. Ray Sfevens. Adminisfrafive Assisianf, 7+h and Bfh Grades STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY OF I950-I95I ENGLISH AND SOCIAL STUDIES Grades 9 - I0 Miss J. Anderson Mrs. N. Beanland Mrs. Camp Miss I. Green Mr. H. Johpson Mr. B. Lewis Mr. McCabe lDrama+icsl Mrs. McCoy Miss Malic lCaIifornia Hisioryl Miss Mellgren lSpeechl Mr. O'Connor lJournaIisml Miss Powell lCommerciaIl Mr. Prince Miss Rinse? Mr. D. Rifchie Mr. Schiffman Miss Silford Mrs. Weelcs Mrs. Wesf COMMON LEARNINGS Grades 7 - 8 Mr. Adams Mrs. Buckingham Mrs. Burnham Mr. Cecil Mr. Craig Mrs. Dodson Mrs. Hallinan Miss McArdle Mr. McDow Mrs. MacLerie Mrs. Mowaii Miss Scoff Mrs. Sprague Mrs. Sfarlr Mr. Tharp Mrs. Tremain Miss Wolfe ADMINISTRATION Mr. Wesley G. Young, Principal Mr. Caullcins, Regisfrar Mr. Cave, Dean of Boys Mrs. Cripps, Dean of Girls Mrs. Duclcworfh, School Nurse AGRICULTURE Mr.J. M. Lewis ART Mr. Brown Mr. Ouyle Miss Sfewarl Miss Verzic COMMERCIAL Mr. Hibbard Mr. Reelhorn lPenmanshipl FOREIGN LANGUAGE Mrs. O. Anderson Miss Heggie Mr. Holfmeisfer Miss Lulces HOME ECONOMICS M rs. Cla rlc Mrs. Cooper MATHEMATICS Miss Chidesfer Mr. Gosseh' Mr. Hansen Miss Pease Mrs. Pelerson Mrs. Slaley MUSIC Mr. Hubbard lBandl 'Miss Judd Mr. McCar+hy IA Cappellal Mrs. M. Rifchie Miss Sharp Mr. Shorl lOrches'lral SCIENCE Miss Hoerl Mr. J. Beanland lBoys' P.E.I Mrs. Bryan? Mrs. Gibson llfnglish, Social Sfucliesl Mrs. E. Johnson Mrs. Larson Mrs. Lonquisl Miss Wriqhf INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. Campbell Mr. Glufh Mr. McBride Mr. Mallory Mr. Margason Mr. Rolsch ' Mr. Rumsey Mr. Sfoclcwell LIBRARY Grades 7 - 8 Mrs. Lipsey Miss McAndrews Miss Rommell Miss Hooper, Division Chairman, Grades 7 - 8 Mrs. Morgan, Vice Principal Miss Noll, Caleferia Manager Miss M. Smilh, Librarian Miss G. Robbins, A+fendance SECRETARIAL STAFF Miss Busalacchi Mrs. Carler Mrs. De Long Mrs. Diefz Mrs. Farneifi Miss Giacovoni Miss Gianelli Mrs. McDeviH' Mrs. Pond Miss Sarris Miss Scanflebury Mrs. Wrighl Mrs. Kerr Mr. McLaughlin Mr. Raven Mr. Sallady BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. McKay Mr. Carpenler Mr. Gorda? Mr. Guilfoyle Mr. La Bee Mr. Rogers GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Miss Herberl i Miss Bliss Miss Goodenough Miss Mifchell Miss Shellman CUSTODIANS Mr. Mr. Alvas. Cusiodian Bragg. Gardener and Walchman Mr. Branson, Gardener and Wafchman Mr. Emerson, Cusfodian Mr. Fagler, Cuslodian Mr. Farrow, Cusfodian Mr. Hawkins, Cusfodian Mr. Janeiro, Head Cusfodian Mr. Mr. Mr. McGregor, Engineer Mulfhauf. Gardener Music. Cuslodian Mrs. Nibloclc. Cuslodian Mr. Olson, Cuslodian Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Phillips. Cus+odian Priichard, Cuslodian Sheehan. Cusiodian Tallani, Cusfodian 222 ff - -.I i-, THE 1950-1951 YEAR AT STOCKTON HIGH To Those who pass Through The porTals oT STockTon High as graduaTes oT January and June, l95l, The uncharTed TuTure lies beyond . . . an inviTaTion and a challenge. If The graduaTes have made good use OT Their Time aT SToclcTon High, Those porTals will serve as a gaTeway To a promising TuTure. ATTer graduaTion, The habiTs and slcills developed here will Torm ThaT TuTure: may iT be a brighT one Tor all. The year I95O- l95l has been rich in acTiviTies Tor SToclcTon High graduaTes. Four Term plays, many colorful assemblies, a varieTy show, a Tun TesT, and several dances, parTies, and picnics were held. ln sporTs, The SToclcTon Tarzans won The middle-Tour championship in baslceTball lvarsiTy and iunior varsiTyl, and in Track lclass ln TooTball and baseball The Tarzans made an ouTsTanding record in This Third year under The 6-4-4 plan. Swimming and Tennis Teams were also formed. Wilh The close of The school year came The reTiremenT of Mrs. Mary Cripps, dean oT girls, and Tor many years head oT counseling and guidance aT SToclcTon High. A Triend and guide To many classes of The pasT, Mary Cripps has earned The respecT and admiraTion oT sTudenTs, Teachers, and Tellow adminisTraTors. Also reTiring in The I95O- l95I year was Mr. J. M. Lewis, Teacher oT agriculTure here Tor many years, and known and loved by more Than one generaTion oT SToclcTonians. A word oT praise is also Tended Mr. David Janeiro, head cusTodian, who is leaving Tora deserved promoTion To SToclcTon College. Mr. Meyer and Mr. Bahnsen oT The TaculTy, are saluTed as well, Tor Their volunTary reTurn To service in our armed forces. SToclcTon High sTudenTs and alumni mourned The loss oT Miss Marjorie Pease, popular maThemaTics Teacher, in Feb- ruary, l95l. IEEL -area ,a l FLASS 0F QIANUARY 1951 ,,, A 6 M i i C 6, N an r ay , .ii .4 7- ra. fm Kri1fiAlfi1- Gerald Ascvn-,io Connie Atkinson Allred Ayey Frances Barton Flyera Balres Don Bennelf MarqarefBezzerid 6. ',, 4-' 1 T yi .rv C J . K1 I nbii' Shirley Bri-,iri Dan Bums James Breclwl Harriet Cameron Teddy Canole Conny Chambers Bill Clemens Dale Close fa .' " 5 Q- ,Y I . . .ax 1 7 'Q-Y .' A, 5 Tommy Collin Bill Cool: Anila Corlelazzi Bobbye Crum Jolnn Curplwey Eugene De-lucclni Jaclrlyn DuBois Jimmy Emerson i J 4 L '3 G C ., J N Ji u-v ' 1 I x ' QL ,I "' . w: ? NW 'dl l ' Ai I ' , V . 1 , I L , f A . I Calvin Farnlmm Carolyn Fero Floyd Fleming Jaclc Flinl Tommy Fornaciarr Diclc Francis Fred Fredericlrson Janel Freilas s! f kd, G I 'K i ' X rt , x - -Q I f i KT, 7 3131? -. s ' Emily Gardea Ronald Glwan Reber? Gibson Jerry l-lellwiq Franlc l-liqlwam Thelma l-loneyclnurcln Barbara Jacobs Clarlr Jones w ,. an V' 4, U wr 'rf' 125 'figs , . L: QF: I 4 Vlary Emilie Jorics Marian Kelloqq Audrey Kniqlwl Beverly Krone Donald Landucci Rullw Lawrence Nancy Leqer Lois Long 41 1 , 2 it ' 'E SN A E i i 9 -i 1 F N , , . . :ir Y' f' - ' 1 1 f 7 I- , 1 J. , J L ,i J x-41' Arlene Lonqacre JacQuelinel.oveccl1io Naomi Lovecclwio Lorraine Marlin Rose Maynard Donald Merdinger Jacqueline Nalhan Jerry Nims 'F' , yo Jean Phillips Mildred Plummer Russell Rowe Roberl' Snyder Melba Smi+h James Porfer Roberf Prouiy Jane? Reno Bob Riminqfon Duwan Ross Jacqueline Rofh Fay Sanders Michael Sanquinelfi Louise Schenone MargarelScl'1mieslcors Clara Sherwood Ernesf Simoni aw- X Roberf Spangle Marlene Sumsfad Sonia Swanson Joan Tassano Claris Toifen Ruby Villavicencio Elayne Warshauer Glenn Whifson Lyle Wiley Rosa Mae Wood Billie Woody QW Jud Smith .i Y L. Aristeo Teiado Annie Slafon jr v yu vw AA lend I ff' ! 1 f 0' fl' 'W' ff' fb' P , lf! uf! ll ,fin Q l' l ffl ff- f ,M fi! '1.om,--ffxfh M' Wai' Q MHA' A i ' If , f Lf - ,Jf , 'F' rf' 4flAlr1 L! .xi X r y, ff fir Tjjfu Mffslfqgq 1" 1 " CL'ASSy,j0F JUNE 1951 Ax I K i fi-5' y. 4 'l I . . I . 4 ,, a, l Marvin Adams Q I ' K ly '1irleyArmislead 5' Q? Barbara Ba rlon 6. . P l fs' wi- ' I V L Cennefh Bishop ..'s'-f, .+n. I Beryl Bradley Nora Campbell Jerry Cheanq . al ,L .,.w i rf 'A 6' ,l V vv- 7 ' . 'Q' . -,Ji 1 .7 X V 'G ' 3 Nalalie Allan Palricia Allen Armand Alonzo Barbara Andreae John Andreae Beverley Andres Ronald Angeline V 1 7 Y' , ci i. 1 g X -0 2 A -- 'A rf - " ' - - 5 Q "-'J - "4 ' 1 4' if Ng B B B 1 'wr ,gt 4 . l . ,, r ' Sandra Arrnilaqe Bill Asalcawa Mary Asborno Wayne Bailey Eva Balmer Kennefh Bard Marla Barrel? . IXW' 2 ff , 6 ii' ,1 A, - ' 4 5 if I i ' A . 4 -NJ N' . . I A- in fc . I 1. ':.E, . . . A K Barbara A. Barlon Grace Bales Shirley Beldon Clarence Benjamin Roberl Berry Lorella Berlolli Cafhy Bishop .9 .1 1' 1 er ,,, '. v pf' , f gs, .. ri' iz y ' .L V l ' N 5 AZ' ,. - ig V f VF 13" A ' , "" " 2 J' 5 ' u 1 r x -1 - f .1 ' A . Mary Bills Marilyn Blaclr Richard Bokides Ralph Bollon Bob Boliller Naomi Boyle JanelBrodburyi1 , fv- I.. ,N A , cv. A . -1 Q f -I , 1 - A If.. ' J we A an j B rib he B Y Y' wi' h . ff -' :sl Frances Brell Linlon Brown Barbara Brownfield Darlene Brunson Ben Bunn Bobbi Burlce Marlene Burnell I 'Dr 1- C 'W I4 , 4- 3 ., ' ... il 'IL ' 1' I v V . ' , C. 'F Q 5 N ,4 uf-. N 5 w.,4,, .ua I! - .f ff' kc f P.. 'i r J? ' fd r 9' 4. ' :bl fr , 'l , it: , I ' x I. Webber Canepa Dona Carfer Bill Casfeel Jane? Casliqlione Caroline Caslro Fred Casfro Carmella Cellini 2 'L 1 N A A ' ' 5 3 , L .gs f - 've A 410' If 'gm lp' A Q -- 1 - -X -3 - nw' 1-. - " 1 U ' V7 4 , ' :-f , 'T we -. J If -V Jack Cheney Gary Chisamore Don Chrislian Oliver Clarlre Arlelfe Coblenlz Gloria Coffindafler Pal Collum lv- Ann Copeland Pal Dawson fa iv -..' ll' J i m Cox Joane Dean Dixie Dugan Kay Dugan ff: E . l Tie, 3 , f Joann Engle Kirk Enloe 5 'uf Mervin Feller Don Finch Carla Foster Bonnie Fox --0 Lawallia Crawford X vim W Helen Dewar Pal Duslin Don Enzminqer 4 George Fislc 'rw-W F Z ,. , If " .af fi? 1 Jack Freeman 2' '3' ' A Q I Ad ' , 1 X ,, ,..-.. ,fl , Q1 ,R I Donna Gillespie Carol Glan+z Barbara Cruiclcslwanlc wine J I , I O 'i J 4 . a queline Diven Tom Dularl N N , xt ' if r Paul Erickson Ba rba ra Cruse Bill Curlis sp aa, Frances Dodson Janice Downing '73 'Q I lm 2+ "Aug vi y y Y G A A rklg? A A . 3- , ,QV Annie DuVall Carol Eiclielberger Rex Esfes Barbara Fleener Sandra Flelcner 4- in N Q Q f x- - .1 do W Jo Ann Faires Don Folella , ig Ray Daniel 4. .gi J 35331 Pal Doyle Margarel Elizarraraz Sallie Carrol Ford we e Yiwu Y I ggifx X QA B David Davis 'Q . 5 34. Shirley Dudley Charmaine Ellswo il NV gl. K- . Josephine Ferrar Don Ford Karen Freeman Bob Fullon Bill Garrelson ' Diane Garvine Joan Gigqey W Evelyn Goings Nancy Gore Cliarlolle Gorelnam Edmond Green Gary Grenfell Rodney Haney LaVonna Hansen Mary Harbour Danny Hennessy Alan Hoornaerf Q 1. -Q- 'EJ i 'V-1 I. in - .r Mary Inq C - 8 V I Edith Jacobson If 6,3 A I I Ronald Jones . 5 Loris Harding Lf! I vi 1 'l ' :fi I Henrickson Pafricia Hershberger Darlene I-Ioulfon A at if I Thomas Innes David Janeiro Russell Charles Howell Sf . 4 x Carl Isaacs Bob Hargis XJ' Alice Herzog I Q! Elaine Howse G. . A' J I I I1 Ivan Isaacson Georgia Haynes Q 4 '4 I ' xi ii? ' , Sharon Heck Wilfred Hernenway George Handersc Chadley Ann Hill 2 Maynard Huqhes Q1 ' r"vN' l , Eugene Iserf Margie Jenkins Freeman Jennings Charles Jobe 'i Lupe Jurado Sfanley Kabler Kafherine Kaffon Joseph Keyser Mary Ann Keyser Janice Kingman Palricia Klein Bill Kobus Diana Hinshaw Lynelfe Hoffman Q Judy Hun? Jack Hunfer Alan Jackson Janer Jackson Maddux Hogin Barbara Iaccheri Pai Jacobs Roberf Jobe Wendell C.Johnson Ralph Jones I James Keeler Palricia Keller Gordon Kennedy " F' 3 ,b I y - , si C9 Bob Korinke Shirley Kremkaui Kennelh L.Kuykendi Russell Lacy 3 1 ,K , JI' . Shirley Luclcen Diane Manfhey iaymond Moresco .77 , . ll I F Leona Nelson 1 4- ,- .'4i' .' iff. Rober? Pehl . ,, 4, I me Ma l Belly Lagomarsino Donna Lynn fc dl- , 6' y fue Ernesline Marlin Tom Morgan 1- 0 W U 1:7 'll I Lyle Lange Ada Lanqenbach ' .,. , A - if y . ff . , U15 JamesMcClendon Delmar McComb 6 Maggie or L 1 wg ff l ' 4 ,l " 1? Wesley Massey Marlene Morris , ar. .3 4' 'C 1-A ,N Marqaref Newsom Ronald Nordeen 5. wg., Q 1 ,- y X.. Nancy Pelerson John Phillips Q V, 4 XGA, ,vs'-. Gwendolyn Mendes Palricia Mullis .rt Q- 3:55, X . ft, ggi as R Ru Eugene O'Connor ns, V -. uf M we - A .J 1 Frank Praler -' William Rapp Winford Reed Lorella Reel Barbara Reyburn R i N, T, x, 2? if r- A fl N3 s I . Richard Leary we :"" in f "' rs N Y. if -M rr. Richard McCoy vc i Royce Mensinqer lorn Myers r .I . 4 xr .icq Roxana Pardini s rw, L-, , 1. I Nancy Pugh nf 1 . iiyi -Q ,. ff' L 5" 11 -eg James Reynosa 5 1 1 vig' sf ' fvf' 1 f, 4 grim z ., lrvinq Lee Joyce McCleisler if , y, , 'if I Marlene Melrovich Mable Nallel Dorolhy Parren f"'? "' - gg? QM am f I r A A3561 Douglas Purl Floyd Rideoul Roberl Lewallen .26- Dorofhy MacDonald f nr if Palricia Meyer ' A 9 Roberl Neeley Roger Paul 9- O' 9 'asf Elf i Mary Pyne Janef Lobenberq 1- 'Lf mgr! 'rShirlene Mansell , 'Q Margarel Moore .ai Y.: Delores Nelson 1 x fs' , 'XA iz! 4' Va 5 Donald Pearce Palricia Radler J M 1 ' Marilyn Ridqley Donald Rimingfc ,X vs -- 'v Q 7 Marilyn Roberls if .i -.1 -u 6' 35' f . l A li A 'Q Bob Roqers 4' ' 5? . J , Sandra Rogers 'F .4 J Francis Romano Nick Rosas ,. 4- ' V. . i N ' 'T Or I ...ii A " , -A ca N ' '4 L ' ixapf iv ' I . . .LJQW ' ffl' I ' ' Bill Ross Don Ross Harrie? Rofhsfeir Palricia Rowley Donald Sanders Elouise Sanders Lucinda Sandoval Phillip Sanguineffi Vera Sayles C ' I - 6 J Cl S V fi l N l L . 1 A Ja Scoll Kennelh Scribner Murven Sears Cy Sewell Lloyd Shanlrs Glenn Shellcross 5 f - Q A fx " zz A 'Q' 0 ' T " My .S nl' A 5 ' 5 1 ' X' I in 1 il X ' fi' Roberf Short Alyne Simard Marcia Simmons Sims Donald Slafe Belly Smilh 5 A 4- 5 , . V , N 1 1 - 9 JS I U' 'g Sfanley Smifh LoueenSparrenberqer Doris Spencer Ronald Sfahley Glenn Sfephens Judifh Sfocliman . . ' T I ,, 7 o 4: ls I 7 ' 1' L -. J, I, - 4 v s lg, i 1 ' L vi - if kj if T 1 S Jorofhea Surryhne l-lermine Swarlf Phyllis Sweat Mary Sweeney Rose Tanlcersley Jay Taylor , ' ' ' fu- A If in 'va 'Q X t ! ,A ' FA ,P dn 5' ,W I V 1 ., .,-C, 4 f -- , . ,.,-- X, ir L v 'ff 'N J 1 TeSelle Herberl Thomas Ida Thomas James Thomas Marlene Schlapp Beverly Schoclc Sandra Sherricl: Elsie Shook Jayne Srnilh Joan Smifh I 1' 6. ,YY-4 x B1 .. B 9 :li il T Edward Slroinq Wilma Summers 158 T . I ' r- -ir O Y f i . L A2 i lx Ui A Lois Taynion David TeSelle RQ 5 'A Don Turner Ivana Thompson RandallTicer ArlhurTressIer .fl Ralph Turney 0 , S , at lv if Lb i Ronald Varvel Shirley Vaughl' Barbara Walker Winilred Waugh Kimo Welch Eliza beth Whifalrer I - .ah 4 if I 'KE- AGF is r Laura While f 455 6 .3 ,i R B N::h,, v 3? B M' i f 221 R . r X . W' Joan Wiley Jaclc Wilkinson Barbara Williams Bob Wise Kennelh Wolfe Ronald Wolfe Charles Wood Mariory Wood av :I ii 5 R ar an 4 'W' R R . J 'NL' 'L , Y, A W i . ij , Q K ia: K ' 1 Sylvia Woodall Sue Woodbridge Lorraine Woodrow Darlene Woods Marlene Worlcman Ann Wrighl Alice Yales Sharon Yelland y I f X as B -. - 49 vii- f - , B X' ' ' ' , R ' -if 4'fjQ.,' fi an :L Gale Yenriclr John Yosf Claire Young Jo - Young Simon Zarnbra Franlc Zancanella Clela Zwinqe Peqqye Bradshaw l N 5 l " , ' tr ' -hu W' - A leffi' Rochelle C en Floy Gualco Pal l-leinle Helen Kline Laura Moreinq John Murphy Ronald Novecelc Beverly Tadlocln l. , 3,1 i , x X I - X x I ! X l N i X.l ' A 7 Q I 5 17,1 ,J I , X. A 4 1 V ki Y ' 1 I 'X. .X ?ol'fiO W i C Com. of Rerords: Beverly Warner, Qrh Grade Repres. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, FALL Row I -George I'-Ienderson, Gorr1.oIAIhIeIiQs7 BeryI BradIey Com, of Pubhcafionsp CarrneIIa GeIIIni, Vlce President Dayld TQSQIIQ President Mary Jane Mour- oalmi, 71h Grade Represq BIII Curtis, Corn, of WeIIare. Row 2 Carol EicheII::erqer, lOIh Grade Represenra- five: BIII Cool Corn. of Orqarnzafimnsg Carla Fosfer .iimwvi-' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, SPRING John I'eSeIIe. Com. of Welfare, Deborah GoIeman. 7fh Grade Represenfahyeg PaaI Erickson, Com, of Arn Ieficsg Pa? Meyer, Corn. of Records: DavId 'Ie-SeIIe, President Joe Keyser, Com, of Publlrarionsg Carla FosIer, IOfh Grade Represeniafiyeg BeryI Bradley, Vlce President No? present Jo Ann Clark, 91h Grade- Represenfahveg Sharon I-Iiqhfower, 81h Grade Rep- No? pre-Joni: Janef Jackson, Junior Red Cross Repre- reseniafiyei and Bob NeeIey, Come of Orqanizfvlons. SenIaIIye: Jafk IvIr:DonaIcI, 31h Grade Represenfafwe. STl'llE.VT BIIIIY 0FI"ll'EllS - AFM,-2 STUDENT COUNCIL Jn -. 11-4 N , x P' Im -v xxx-xqif GIRLS' STU NT CONTROL BOYS' STUDENT CONTROL HONOR "S" Fall Semesler Row I Carla Fosler, Mary Ann Keyser, Alyne Sirnard, Barbara Reyburn, l-larriel Rolhslein, Sally Nelson, Carmella Cellini Row 2 Frances Barron, Donna Esposilo, Frances Brell, Gwen Mendes, Edilh Jacobson, Elizabelh Sanguineffi, Laura While, Arlelle Coblenlz Row 3 Mr. Johnson, advisor: l-lelen Dewar, Diane Manlhey, Janel Jaclcson, Jane Scoll, Marlene Morris, Carol Eichel- berger Row 4 David TeSelle, Beryl Bradley. Pal l-lershberqer, Claire Young, Elaine l-lowse, Joyce Albright Wilma Summers, Row 5 Ed Besl, Bob Rirninglon, Carl lsaacs, Wayne Bailey, Delmar McComb, Don Finch ' BLOCK "S" Row I Bill Cook, Bill Clemens, Jud Smith, Tom Myers Row 2 -7- Kozo Abe, Milne Sanguinevlli and Mr. LaBee, sponsor OLD ENGLISH "S" Row I Barbara laccheri, l-larrief Rolh- '-slein, Carmella Cellini, Beverly Schoclr Row 2 Edirh Jacobson, Arlelle Cob- lenlz, Barbara Wallcer, Elizabelh San- quinelli, Grace Baies, Miss Marian Her- berl, sponsor Row 3 Carla Fosler, Janel Lobenberq, Ivana Thompson, Beverly Tadloclc, Diana Hinshaw I Row 4 Elaine l-lowse, Pal l-lershberqer, Dona Carler, Marjorie Wood. Rochelle Cohen HONOR GRIIUPS HONOR "S" Spring Semes+er ' i Row I John Adamson, Gary Dralre, Dorothy Rushing, Bev erly Goold, Jo Ann Faires, Lois ilaynlon, hvelyn Going-,, Ina Graham, Chadley Ann I-lill, Elizabelh Bezzerides, Alync Sirnard Row 2 Mr. I-loward Johnson, sponsor, Harriet Rolh-gre-in, Barbara laccheri, Carrriella Cellini, Greoif Kilbourn, Ralph Turney, Miclcey Korbholz, Don Hardie, Gary Riclrs, Fmnl: Lavoralo, Jaclx Maurer Row 3 Marlene Melrovich, Gwen Mendes, Barbara Waller, Edilh Jacobson, Arlerfe Coblenlz, Sfilly Nelson, Mary Bills Donna Esposilo, Beverly Allison, Marqarer Moore Row 4 Ivana Thompson. Carla Fosler, Mary Jane Harbour Marsha Johnson, Marsha Shulrnan, Mary Lou Lalirner, Gwen ella Loclrrniller, Jane? Jaclcson Row5 -I-lelen Dewar, Beverly Warner, Winilred Row 6 Ronald Anqelini, Linlon Brown, Keilh Row 7 Ed Besl, William Mallhewson, Franlc Waucgh, Nancy McRae, Pall-larnill n,Joan Flem- Harding, Richard Diamond, Janice While, Tipshus, Wayne Bailey, Mervin Felzer, Delmar inq, Beryl Bradley, Sandra Sherrirlr, oriul-lardinq7 Claire Young, Elaine I-lowse, Juanita Millon McComb, Carl Isaacs ix ir IN VY XXLUB A'TIVITIES Sloclrlon Hiqh has had a long lradilion ol club acliviliesq in The pasl lhree years as a 7-IO high school, club lile has been conducled in a wide variefy ol inleresls, and has played an irnporlanl parl in on-campus sociely. Three of lhe Sl-IS clubs are honor groups: honor won lor 'the school in scholarship or sporls. The boys' Block "S" Sociely pays lribule lo oulslardinq alhlelic achievernenf, while fhe Old English "S" sociely is made up ol qirls prominenr in sporls and school service. Honor "S" is lhe scholarship SOCiely, and qualilicalion for membership is a semesler grade of 2 B's and 3 Ks. Service Clubs al Sloclilon are aclive daily in The operalion ol 'rhe school planl. The Secrerary Club members assisl fhe worlcers in the allendance and business office, The Library Club, Pholoqraphy Club, Assembly Slaqe Crew, Audio-Visual Operalors' Club, Band Club, have similar lunclions in lheir assigned areas. The Sludenl Conlrol lxeeps order on The campus, and is assisled in This laslc by The Traffic Club, I-lall Club, Yard Club, Audiloriurn Club, and Gym Monilors' Club. Clubs servinq special inleresls are numerous on lhe SHS campus. Such groups include ihe lollowinq: French Club, Key Club, Drallineers, 7 g glee Qluby press Club! girls' AH-,relic Associafionv Junior Red Cross, Chess Club, Round lable Club, Commercial Arr Club, Tri-Pelile Chreliennes, and Falcon and Slallion Hi-Y. 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The year I95O marked The TirsT winning season aT STockTon High since The inTroducTion oT The K-6-4-4 plan inTo The STockTon school sysTem. One greaT TacTor which conTribuTed To The Team's success was The reTurn oT The name Tarzan To The STockTon High campus. The name helped bring back some oT The school spiriT which seemed To be lacking in The TirsT Two years as a 7AIO high school. AlThough every posifion on The Tarzan Team was well Tilled, There were no TerriTic sTars. The Team ran like a well-oiled machine, and when one player was hurT, anoTher iusT as good was ready To Take his place. There was liTTle diTTerence beTween TirsT and second sTrings. Those gridmen who were sTandouTs during The season include: John Curphey, Ronnie Gahn, and Richard Leary aT ends: Jud SmiTh, Jerry Hellwig, and Freshman Dave Maiheson aT The Tackle sloTs: Clark Jones, Bill Cook, and KenneTh WolTe aT guards: Frank Higham and Bill Brown, cenTers. OuTsTanding backfield men include HalTbacks Kozo Abe, Al Avey, David Janeiro, and VincenT Cowan, Fullbarks John YosT and Doug Hauser and QuarTerbacks Bill Clemens and Paul Erickson. The Cavemen ran Trom a "T" TormaTion due To Their lighT and speedy backs and Their comparaTively TasT line. The TirsT sTring averaged abouT I6O pounds in The line, and I4O in The backTield. Coaches "Chuck" G-ordeT, Ken Rogers, and John GuilToyle were pleased wiTh The season, buT ThoughT Thai' over-confidence and iniuries cuT down The Team's po+enTiaI. Varsify Team Row I Rober+Sl1aron, JaclcCl'1eney, Riclc Leary, Paul Erickson, PliilSanguine-Hi, Dwiql1+Doerr Row 2 Tom I-larnillon, Wayne Bailey, Bob Korinlce, Bob Hargis, Tom Morgan, Frank Tipslrius, David Janeiro Coach Carpenler TARZAN BASKETBALL T A R Z A N B A Tarzans Linden Tarzans Manleca Tarzans Manfeca Tarzans Tracy 'Tarzans Franklin lSl Tarzans Franklin lVl 'Tarzans Edison 'Tarzans Sf. Mary's Tarzans Napa S K E T B A L L S C 27 Tarzans 35 45 Tarzans 3l 35 Tarzans 30 39 Tarzans 243 E A G U E G A M E S I8 Tarzans 32 'Tarzans 22 'Tarzans 28 24 'Tarzans 26 40 Tarzans 302 " denofes Ci+y League O R E S Tracy 47 COHJV 4l Coll B 32 Opponenfs 266 Valleio 20 S+. Mary's 27 Franklin lSl I9 Edison 47 Opponenfs 249 vf. Yfwf ,.,,...,.,,. ,.,,,,- ,W , TARZAN BASKETBALL REVIEW SeasonoTl950-l95l The l950- l95l SHS BaskeTball Team wound up a very successful season wiTh The coveTed Middle Four League championship. The Tarzans and The Edison Vikings finished in a TirsT place Tie for The CiTy League championship. The Tarzans opened The league againsT The Franklin of STockTon YellowiackeTs. The blue and whiTe-clad hoopsTers of SHS won This game 32-l8. ATTer a very slow firsT half which found The Tarzans leading 8-6, The Cavemen caughT Tire and rolled away from The smaller Yellowiackefs. Jack Cheney mashed I3 poinTs while Conny Chambers looped in 6. ln The nexT game againsf Ben Franklin of Valleio, The Tarzans meT a rough and worThy Toe. Leading I5-l2 aT The half, SHS had iTs hands Tull Trying To sTay ahead of The Franklin Braves. The final score was Tarzans 36, Franklin 32. Jack Cheney was again high poinT man for The Tarzans wiTh I2 Tallies, while Conny Chambers followed wiTh 9. The Edison High Vikings were The Tarzans' nexT vicTim, bowing 34-22. The game was well played, buT Edison could noT seem To hiT on Their long shoTs. The Cavemen led 20-IO aT half Time. Jack Cheney and Rick Leary Tied Tor high poinT honors, each neTTing ll poinTs. The Tarzans nexT Took on The ST. Mary's Rams and whipped Them 30-24, in a close and exciTing game. The Tarzans only led ll-lO aT The half, buT lengThened ThaT lead To I8-l3 aT The end of The Third quarTer. Rick Leary led The scoring for The Tarzans wiTh I0 poinTs, while Connv Chambers snared 8. ln The highesT scoring game of The season, The Tarzans deTeaTed The Napa Preps, 48-40. The Tarzans held a 24-I7 half Time lead. Leading The scoring was Conny Chambers wiTh I5 poinTs To Jack Cheney's I4. The Cavemen really shiTTed inTo high gear againsT The Valleio Papooses, scalping Them 48-20. The Tarzans led 24-I2 aT The half and piled up a 34-I9 lead aT The end of The Third quarTer. Jack Cheney scored wiTh T4 poinTs for The Tarzans. ln The second meeTing beTween SHS and ST. Mary's The Tarzans were upseT 27-20. The Rams iumped inTo an early lead and were never headed. The Tarzans Trailed I7-I3 aT The half. Phil SanguineTTi meshed 6 poinTs for The Tarzans. The reTurn game againsT Franklin of STockTon was well played, buT The Tarzans ouT-classed The smaller YellowiackeTs To The Tune of 28-l9. The Cavemen led I2-9 aT The half. Jack Cheney neTTed Il poinTs. ln The season finale againsT Edison on The Edison courT, The Tarzans ran inTo a much improved Viking Team, losing 47-26. The Tarzans enfered The game aT a disadvanTage, having Two firsT sTring players sick in bed. Edison ran up an early IO To 4 firsT quarTer lead and had a 2l To I0 lead aT The half. Jack Cheney and DwighT Doerr wiTh 7 poinTs, each, Rick Leary wiTh 5, Tom Morgan wiTh 4, and Bob Korinke wiTh 3, did all The Tarzans' scoring. TARZAN BASEBALL REVIEW Season of I95l WiTh Two viTal games leTT To play in The l95l season, The STockTon High baseball Team has won Three games and losT Three. The Tarzans proved successful in beaTing Their cross-Town rivals, Edison. Twice: 8 To 5 and 5 To 4. They divided wiTh ST. Mary's, winning one I5 To 8 and losing one I4 To 4. The Caveman losT To Franklin oT STockTon, 7 To I, and To Franklin of Vallejo, 8 To 7. Games lefT on The' schedule are Valleio High laT Valleiol, and Franklin of STockTon laT EI Doradoi. The Team looked good in all deparTmenTs in Their winning eTTorTs, buT The piTching as a whole was inconsisTenT. The main burden fell on AnThony MaTTioli, who came Through wiTh Two good performances, boTh againsf The cross-Town rival, Edison. Phil SmiTh backed up "MaTTy" in good sTyle and received crediT Tor one of The Edison vicTories in relief. STarTing The season wiTh only Three leTTermen from lasT year's ForTy-niner and Ranger nines, The Tarzans soon were molded inTo a smooTh- working club by Coach John Guilfoyle. The veTerans were: Jack Cheney, shorTsTop: "Sonny" lDavel Janeiro, Third base: and "Spook" Uiml Willard, second base. Leading baTTer Tor The season, To daTe, is hard-hiTTing Jack Cheney, wiTh IO hiTs in 22 Times aT baT, for a .455 baTTing average. Tops in The cluTch was Bob Hargis, firsT baseman, whose 5 hiTs came when They were needed mosT. "Spook" Willard led in runs scored, crossing The plaTe 8 Times. OTher members of The Team include Jim Kenny, righT fiield: AJim Reynosa, cenTer field: DwighT Doerr, lefT field: Alex Linker, caTcher: and Phil SanguineTTi, uTiliTy ouTTielder. TARZAN SWIM.MING Since The change in The school sysTem, STockTon High has noT been able To compeTe in The waTer sporTs. This year, however, STockTon High has formed a swimming Team, coached by Mr. GordeT. Members of The I95l swimming Team are as follows: HerberT Thomas, David Davis, WalTer PaTTefson, Charlie Howell, Jay Taylor, Don SmiTh, Tom lnnes, Charles Wood, Chris Green, Glen Shellcross, Dale SwafTord and Romer Derr. Swimming The 25-yard freesTyle are WalTer PaTTerson. David Davis, and Romer Derr, who all show promise in The opinion of Mr. GordeT. H 2 44 final L6 f. P . -5155 . f r'g'Nr13' 'gr 39 ' ffJ, "" 3 M 1 v U1 fa ,. V .' ,5 f f 7 1 ' Cb E ,if-4 The Tarzan Val"SI'I'Y Baseball Team Row I --- lvlallioli, Fosler, Cheney, Linker, Reynosa, Janeiro Smilh Willard Row 2 --- Mr. Brown, Zancanella, I-lamillon, l-largis, Fellows, Korinlce, Sanquinelli, Doerr, Slevens, Kenny Mr Guilloyle TARZAN BASEBAL T A R Z A N B A S E B A L L S C O R E S IGames Played as of May I, I95I: Season Ends May Ill T A R Z A N V A R S I T Y JUNIOR VARSITY Pracfice Games League Games Tarun, 2 Franklin 0 Tarzans 4 Coils IJVI 7 Tarzans 8 Edison 5 T I3 F H. 4 Tarzans 4 Cells IJVI 6 Tarzans I FranIrIinISl 6 Nuns can In Tarzans 4 Sf. Mary's I4 Tarzans 5 Edison 4 T5"U"5 I0 F"5"I'l'n 4 Tarzans 7 Franklin IVI B Tarzans 7 Franklin 3 The TdI'Z6h Baseball Team Row I Derne, Terzalcis, Collis, Reynosa, Zuckerman managerl Albrighl R w 2 --- Websler lmanagerl, Reid, Brown, Chinchiolo, Marlin, Simpson, Callahan, Noslrand Row 3 Mr. Catjaenfer, Alchley, Mazzini, D.Chapman, Silvas, Waring, A. Chapman, Limbaugh, Finch Lanclucci Kleine ii' I ,V .Lr, TA R Z A N T R A C Season of I95l K The I95I STockTon High cindermen broughT back The Middle Four Class "B" Track Championship when They reTurned from The Napa n1eeT, May I. The Tarzans deTeaTed The oTher Tive schools in The.meeT easily wiTh The excepTion oT Napa, which finished wiTh only Three poinTs less Than SHS. The Tinal score was SHS 55If2, Napa 52'f2, Edison 9If2, Valleio 7, Franklin oT Valleio 6If2, Franklin oT STockTon 0. The Tarzans' TirsT meeT was againsT Edison on March I4. Linden was also enTered in The n'ieeT. The SHS Team Then suTTered iTs TirsT and only loss: Edison beaT Them 53 To 52'f2. Some ouTsTanding Tarzans : Ron ReycraTT, who won The IOO- and 220-yard dashes: Wes Massey, who won The I32Og Jack Cheney, who won The 880, and Bob Pehl, who Tied Tor TirsT in The pole vauIT. The Tarzans' second meeT on April 9 was a dual wiTh Edison, aT Edison. This Time The Tarzans were vicTorious, winning 56 To 48. ReycraTT, Pehl, Massey, and Cheney sTayed undeTeaTed by winning Their evenTs. On April I2 The Tarzans Tangled wiTh The Lodi Flames' "B" Team. The Tarzans Tanned The Flames To The Tune oT 63 To 4-I. STockTon, Franklin of STockTon, and Edison held a Triangular meeT on April 2I aT Edison. The TirsT Tour place winners in each evenT wenT To Napa To compefe in The Mid Four meeT. The Tarzans wenT all ouT and won wiTh 99 poinTs To Edison's I6 and Franklin's I2. May I was The big meeT aT Napa. STockTon had approximaTeIy 27 Track men compeTing. The Tarzans came Through wiTh flying colors, win- ning six of The evenTs. Pehl Tied Tor firsT in The pole vaulT, wiTh PraTer of STockTon. Massey and Cheney boTh won Their evenTs. OTher winners Tor SHS were Franklin, McLen, and Lyman. OT The men who qualified To go To The ModesTo relays, only ReycraTT, Cheney, and Massey placed. ReycraTT ran The IOO in lO.6 and in 23.5. Massey ran The I32O in 3:3O.8, while Cheney ran The 880 in 2:08. The relay Team also sTayed undeTeaTed during The year. The 220 Mr. Rogers was quoTed as saying: "Those Times would have won Those evenTs lasT year." Don Franklin was The 'iron man' oT The Team. STOCKTON HIGH TRACK SCHEDULE yi March I4 - Linden, Edison and STockTon High af Edison April 2I - Tri-Way MeeT aT Edison March I7 - STockTon Relays aT Edison lFrankIin, Edison and STockTon Highl March 3I - Auburn Relays aT Auburn May I - Mid 4 League Meef aT Napa April 9 - Edison aT Edison lValleio, Napa and STockTonl April I2 - Lodi vs Colfs and STockTon High aT Edison May 5 - C.I.F. Secfionals aT ModesTo STOCKTON HIGH STANDINGS - "B" TEAM S.H.S. 52 Edison 52V2 S.H.S. 99 Franklin I2 Edison I6 S.H.S. 56 Edison 48 S.H.S. 55V Valleio 7 Napa 52V2 S.H.S. 63 Lodi 4I - Frankiin IVaIleiol 6V2 Edison 9V2 Row I Coach Rogers, Jones, ReycraTT, Cheney, CalverT, ScoTT, PraTer, Pehl, Coach La Bee Row 2 Andreae, Daniels, Jennings, Keyser, FeTzer, Brown, Scribner Row 3 Lyman, GunTerT, Diamond, Korinke, Massey, Chapman, Garvey McI.en Row 4 Asakawa, Wells, GuerTin, WQIT, Schimp, Franklin Row5 MaTThews, Clark, MaThewson, Cunningham, Sallady M n 1 , K Q - V V K f '.'. , g VL.. ,, ' 1. A 1' A Z L L V - L,-' - -. Q' ' ' -I r - SQ , 5 I I Y K W, K K kr K H: K K Nl I a i K . A ., kyrkk I K VV ,i N , PR 1. r 1 'r ,. W5 eff- 'f if',':krs7 A ' If-1 ' 'C' .' 1, 'H' 'L 0. . ' .- Q. 9575, ' 4 - f- 1' rt Q5 P " ' Q , wdf vh ,g.:Jl , 4,1 diff E -1, x 1 , V ' X. Ag . , K fx. 31' ' - P' 'M 1 ' .auf ni-eh A- 11. M. ki. - b.',,r .H-Vx-'Q W V. 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X' QL' film ox- X F l'x I 'L 1 -:Xb 'l ii 1 L 'x QJ fill hir -W K-7 xifl xo Pfifwi i , in :fx X3 4, dv Q V , A 3? Qs YJ ,Ek X .1 f,iQ,,f ,pl School Plays 2, A 1 ,Xi , Q? X N S x., -S9 V' .. - r., 1 I -3 : . K E M ,, ,, E ' ' x GUARD 8: TACKLE STAFF, FALL GUARD 8: TACKLE STAFF, SPRING Row I Tom McElhinnie, Clark Jones Row I --- Gwen Mendes. Joe Keyser, Mary Sweeney Row 2 Bill Cool, Beryl Bradley, Mr. O'Connor. Row 2 --- Carlin Drais, Mary Bills Gwen Mendes, Joe Keyseg, . 1 ll ' all intl Q - I vga-I 3 ' is .551 'I' , W . I Rf - X1 IJ X5 xx In ,V X ', QRS., Ria, ,I S.H.S. MEMORIES STAFF- X 'IR . '- ' T X ' 5, Q George Desrosier, Mary Ann Keyser, X L CK N3 V " Gwen Mehifs, Carlin Drais A 'H N 11, , Q' . K .ALJ I. ,I ' F yy IW 'ruff' rg X Li, xv r r V y . .f I 1 'bf-1 27,1 J , X' X QQ 4 afyraf In It gil Aj! :4 ' We ry y,,,4 A X :rx 4 ll, If z L, n 'yr' - Eel, ,L .Q XBNXQXWX 4 yn ff if if If y lg' ef IV' ,ff fy, I D ,II T O R I A L B O A R D - X. 5, L5 'If f Qllslalclrlon High School Memories of I95I it All 'T 'ii ii I fl! Ir A K Xb Elf: ' ,- V , R ,------ - - Mary nn eyser BI I ' - 1 ASSISTANTS - Gwen Mendes, Bob Korinlce, George Desrosier, Mary Bills, Beverly To Remember ' ' ' 'yu' I' , W' Tadloclc, Bill Coolc, Frank Sleqrniller, Russell Lacy, Dahl Dorman MISS MARJORIE PEASE Ii 9 U, " ADVERTISING s Phil simpson, Bob Weis, Dick Garvey, Tom MCEIIIsnnIe, Mary sms, mm ,u.,,. . If I Mary Ann Keyser, Beryl Bradley, Gwen Mendes, Shirley Kremlcau, ' ' i"' ' 'f' tj LaVona Hansen, Jaclcie Diven, Joan Malloy, Margarel Schmieslcors W 'QU ADVISOR --------'- James O'Connor ' y Pholography by Bob's Sludiog Prinlinq by Mills Press, Sloclrlon GUARD 8: TACKLE STAFF EDITOR ---- ------- J oe Keyser. ASSISTANT EDITORS - - Beryl Bradley, Gwen Mendes FEATURE EDITOR - ---- Mary Bills SPORTS EDITORS - - E Bill Coolc, Bob Korinlce -:Z-""' STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS - - Randall Ticer, Carlin Drais BUSINESS MANAGERS - Billie Woody, Mary Sweeney FACULTY ADVISOR - - - - James O'Connor Donovon's Smurf Shop Brighi' Spo'l' EIec'I'ric Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Donovan aj ' Amos . APPLIANCES . FRI RATION o TELEVISION DISTINCTIVE APPAREL 5 4, IZQQL, MODERATELY PRICED ' ' Iephone 9-9769 30 S. San Joaquin S+. Siocld' 309 Easi' Weber Avenue GREETINGS TO THE GRADUATES , O . 0 ,Q Unlon Planlng Mill I 54 5 I. - L DOORS . wmoows . ,FRAMES M' Fnedberger 8' cc' 31 CABINETS . CASEWORK J E w E L E R 5 STAIRS . MouLDlNes Telephone 8-8996 339 Ead Main Telephone 2-I778 735 S. Suffer S+. Sfocldon, Calif. , "CROSSROADS OF VALUE" I Q, Br Nexf Time Try DISTINCTIVE FUR URE N e w b e r r y's Drapes 0 Rugs 0 Carpeis I Gas and Elecfric Appliances Come, of Weber Avenue arid SuH'er Easi' Weber Your Veriefy Corne Reimon's Camera Shop HOI'S'I'mdl'l FIOFCII CO. HY-KLAS Pl-loro SERVICE Wholesale o Re+aiI Diai 2-I307 I 4 4 3 N o r I' I1 E I D o r a d o 528 Easi' Main SI'reeI', S+ocId'on, Calif. of 'IRI We Knowlli. . We Gradualed . . . S.H.S Yos'l' Bros. The Home of Harl, Schafiner 8: Marx Clolhes , STETSON HATS o ARROW SHIRTS ROUGH RIDER SLACKS '95 320 E. Main S+., Sl'ocId'on San Andreas Tracy ww F 10' 5 Your leoners LW vw' I24Il,JBuena Vis'I'a L I we ale I .. J dquarlers for All Wheel Goods f ju 7, Robon Cyclery . Kress 81 Co. BICYCLE and TRICYCLE REPAIRING U " V a " I 9 I Y S 'I 9 " e Sales 0 Service 0 Accessories JOIN RABON WHEELMEN BIKE CLUB , , Phone 3-9450 409 E' Mallljlil Slocldon' Calll' I925 Counlry Club SI'ocId'on, Calif. -lr avail! I 110 4'-E GV' Iffa' I M. Corren 81 Sons "The Friendly Furnilure S+ore" S+ocI:+on's Leading Furnilure and Appliance Slore I20-I 36 S. San Joaquin Phone 6-67 I I Knox Seed Company CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I95I May We Serve You in Your Fulure Gardens 509 E. Weber Ave. I0 W. Harding Qvlfdt io 's a 's Besl Friend . . . You'II love Th m from our . . S P O S E C K- E Collms Elecfrlcol Co. mana Wy INCORPORATED 0' Conlraclors W9 I . 6I EWTI Frgrmcfryl' Slreel S h 9 H h , 'lo lon, i o ni ul' 9 i -LSIPI or hhbnllt- Telephones-06588 Mcgdeslo, CaTif::5a W, Sl" X or 2-6525 Telephone 4556-J yy y yyyy "5 fyilflf y yyyy y yyyyy , ,,, PEB i i ' ps..,ffJ,w.+.b,e. DoH'y Dunngz Z .2 B. 81 D. Drug Siore Prescripfion Specialisis and Founfain Service o Liquors Popular Prices 193 +0 793 FREE DELIVERY 3 3 S i+ h S + + S + + Open Daily Including Sunday - 9 a.m. fo 9 p.m. I' I' 8 e 0 . , CLSWEEN MMNUANDZARKET I8I2 M1'. Diablo Ave. Phone 7-7408 5 3 e G u 1. y M a r f Krein's Bakery Decora+ed Cakes 0 Pies 0 Bread C O M P L E T E BEAUTY SERVICE Good Luck io Our Fuiure Cusiomers V For Appoinfmenh Call 2-4306 240 em Harding Way - Phone 2-'3lb7 , l235V2 N. Buena V' a - Phone 3-lbll ZI8 Wesl Harding Way We Make dding Cakes U B Pl ' l i if 2' LQ. COMPLIMENTS or ' is COMPUMENTS , Pall R S i m p s o n Jewelry DUNNE'5 Company Shoe Siore W SJ' ffl ' ll' A 0X Q7 jj vc W K ,, it sly-l 5? 5 l Q, 9 A 330 Easf Main Sfreef 324EdS+Maifl5+fee+ 0'STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA 1 I ' QV U KNOW? ' :zzz ' Gig 'i'i'I N 1' sy T S e e W e 5 coNe Ns TO ii- o ern U 505: W' ' C A H STOCKTON HI 0 0 0 0 H wg in California bm NORTH CENTER ri r 'fn .1 March's Markei' f JIMMY MARCH. OWNER i Graduafed Class of I92I soon LUcK TO THE FUTURE HOUSEWIFE T MP9 L Bg'5'hiiAVi'i . . . oUR FUTURE CUSTOMER 43-47 W. Harding Way Phone 8-8657 . Where good fellows get -vfogefheri. . . b . 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