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tc R Charles Smay, Janice Armstrong, Kenneth Salyer, L to R-Barbara Farless, Shirley Collins, Lewis Kimbrough,
lruime Foster. Leo Royster, Joe Rowell, Joe Scarbrough.
l. to R -Jerry Nanamuia, Roy Murdock, Ellen Rogers, Lester L to Rf'-Joaquin Rodriquez, Val Zuniga, Jimmy Norris, Bobby
l,i-nimis. Max Hurt, Beatrice Huizar. Nitin, RODSI1 Phillips.
l to K Emlward Hall, Daryl Fisher, Gloria Taylor, Jimmy l. to R- Harry Curbow, Oscar Gower, Cloteen McGowan,
la istitp, Gene Lane. Frank Volxoff, Lyman Wilson.
The cast of the Sophomore assembly included Barbara Farless, Joe Wayne Rowell, Joaquin Rodriquez, Ellen Rogers,
Mary Blackwood, Lewis Kimbrough, Lee Akins, Beatrice Huizar, Eneclina Ruiz, Nancy Riggs, Jean Busby, Wiley Crocker,
Gary Sortors, Maurine Foster, Jerry Nanamura, Shirley Speaks, Val Zuniga, Linda Parman. Betty Tickel, Shirley Will-
iams, Tronye Alexander. Carolyn Rowell, Dorothy Dodson, and Donald Berryhill. The chairmen of the assembly were
Tronye Alexander and Shirley Williams. Gary Sortors and Lee Akins were in the exchange assembly. The Sophomore
class had 100 per cent in annual sales, and Linda Parman was crowned Annual Queen to the delight of the entire
Sophomore class. and especially her manager, Joaquin Rodriquez. Another of the 'bright spots of the Sophomore year was
the class rings, something to which all Sophomores look forward. The ring design was exceptionally pretty. In the
center of a pink and white gold background was a raised Spartan Head, 'AStrathmore" was printed underneath. On
the left side of the set "19" was printed on a blue background, to the right side "54" on the identical background. On
either side of the set, adjoining it were the owners initials in silver. One of the very last events of the year was
the class party. It was April 26, at Hot Springs. Now that the year has passed, they have only two more years of
school ahead of them. Next year they'll be Juniorsg so look for them! They'l1 be a swell Junior class!
-by Shirley Speaks
P.1,gL I I
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I. to lt Belly Tirkel, Shirley Williams, Mary Lynn Black- I. to R VV:iyman Roberson. Rohie Easllark. lflnedina Run
wood, Gary Sortors, Gary Humphrey. Shirley Speaks, llorolhy Dodson, Homer Perry.
I. to R Dolores Hubbard, Linda. Parman, Sam Stephens. I. to R Carolyn Rowell, Lloyd Thetford. Juekie VYinninghain,
Richard lluberman, Morrie lflfseaff, Leroy Spuhler. Roy Volkoff, Billy Coleman.
l, in ll Gary llarlin. llunuld Berryhill, John Brou1.ghlon, Belly I- ill R WNV! l'l'Hf'li0l', VVl'SlUl1 BNHS. Clylllf Gllfiullll. L90
M4-Ulgginl pm, B1-it-gel, Akins, 'Pronye Alexander. Sealed: Jean Busby, Nzuwy Riggs
Mr. Smith, Adviser.
Everyone can give the honors for "the class with the most Students to the 51-52 Sophomore class. They topped all the
other classes with 11 total of 66 students at the beginning of the term. and during' the whole year their number decreased
only three, leaving' them with 63 students at the end of the year. The class officers were: President, Gary Garlinl V130-
president, Morrie Efseaffg Secretary. Jerry Nanamnra: Treasurer. Lloyd Thetford: Adviser. Mr. Sniith.Their class had stu-
dents in several different school organizations. such as C.S.F., to which Shirley Williams. Tronye Alexander, and Bar-
bara Farless belonged. Linda Parman, Shirley Williams, Tronye Alexander. Carolyn Rowell, Ellen Rogers. Shirley Col-
lins, Maurizio Foster, Enedina Ruiz, Nancy Riggs. Betty McClain. and Betty Tickel belonged to another school organi-
zation, the G.A.A. Of course, the boys made 11 name for themselves. too. in the field of sports. Wiley Crocker held the
honor of being Captain of the C-class "Champs" in basketball. Joaquin Rodriquez was Captain or' B-class basketball:
and Lloyd Thetford, also B-Class. led Strathniore's light-Weight football team. Sophoinores served and entertained
at the Junior-Senior Banquet. They were Shirley Williams, Mary Lynn Blackwood. Tronye Alexander. Maurine Foster,
Linda Parman, Betty Tickel, Jerry Nanamura, Lee Akins. Waymon Roberson, Lloyd Thetford, and Val Zuniga.
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CAROL BARRl'IT'l' JOE CADELL SUE BARRETT GENIC BURGDORF CAROL Bl'lQUl'ITTl'l ROY BRITT PATSY COLEY
WELCH HUDSON, noNA1.n comms nurn rt:ANr:11: MAURINE HANEY ALFRED HALL. I.I.'.RT nm.fxBlxv.xs1ii
JOE CADELL, This class of fity-one students has progressed steadily this year under the capable direction
Vice President of the adviser, Mr. Berryhill, and the class officers. The Juniors are very proud of their many
BONNIE TAKEMOTO, successful activities and outstanding students. They are proud of the large number of mem-
Secretary bers who have participated in sports and clubs. The boys who were active in the different
RUTH GANGE, sports were-Football-J. Cadell, J. Sola, W. Hudson, V. M. Hunt, and J. Wilcox. Basket-
Treasurer ball-R. Britt, A. Crawford, G. Burgdorf, L. DePao1i, and R. Foster. Baseball-W. Hudson.
JESSE REYES, R. Foster, G. Burgrdorf and H. Stein. J. Wilcox was the only Junior entered in the track
Yell Leader events.
l'llYl.I.IS KNUTSON V. M. HUNT DONNA LOWE DORIS MARKS EDVVARD LAMB MARGARET MCGOYVAN
The seven eirls initiated into Service Club were B. Takem oto. J. Reyes. O. Power, B. Oswald, R. Gauge, B. Nelson and
S. Barrett. Members of the C.S.F. from the Junior Class were E. Woody, P. Conley, G. Rogers, and D. Pierce. The Jun-
ior class had more girls in G.A.A. fSee page 553 than any other class, and many of the F.F'.A. lSee page 287 members
were Junior boys! They were also well represented in Student Council. They chose Phyllis Knutson as their candidate
for Annual Queen with Harold Spuhler as her manager. The class had 10045 Annual sales, too!
JOHNNY SOLA JICSSIIC Rl'IYl'lS HAROLD SI'lTlIIll4IR GEORGIA ROGERS HAROLD STICIN BONNIE TAKICMOTO ELIJON TAYLOR
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