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Lee Akins Janice Armstrong UDY1 Berryhill Mary Blackwood John Braughton Weston Butts Bill Coleman
Seniors at last! Eleven years of school behind us, and here we are, about to
embark on the most celebrated year of our high school career. We're very
confident that next year we will choose class officers as wisely as we did this
past year when we elected the following: president, Ierry Nanamurag vice-
president, Morrie Efseaffg secretary, Shirley Williams, treasurer, Lloyd Thet-
ford: yell leader, Nelda Dunn - and they were good!
Our Iunior year has been about the busiest weve had yet, what with the lun-
ior play, which, by the way, was quite a success, the dance, which we spon-
sored, and then later the lunior-Senior banquet and prom, There are a lot of
words we could use to tell you about our prom and banquet, words such as
wonderful, stupendous, beautiful, successful, and so forth. But maybe you'll
get the idea if we just tell you, we all had the time of our lives.
In the field of sports our boys made a good showing, as always. Sports is one
of the highlights of the school: so naturally we are proud of having so many
participants from our class every year.
Since basketball seems to have been our best game, let us mention the names
of the players from our class on the A team. They were Gary Sortors, Way-
mon Roberson, and Val Zuniga. On the B team were Lloyd Thetford, Gary
Garlin, loe Wayne Rowell, VViley Crocker, Donald Berryhill, Iimmy Noris,
and Ioaquin Rodriguez. C class, Ierry Nanamura. The B class went to Cen-
tral to play for Valley Championship, and we were right with 'em all the way.
We're proud of the girls in our class, too. Six were initiated into Service Club
this year. They were Linda Parman, Mary Blackwood, Tronye Alexander,
Shirley Williams, Nlaurine Foster, and Betty Tickel. Most of the girls were
in G. A. A., and some were in Y-Teens. Barbara Farless was merit board
We would like to thank our able advisor, Mr. Bzrryhill, for helping make our unior year all that
it has been. Are we going to have as much fun next year? More!! You can bet on itll'
Wiley Crocker liorothy Dodson Bonifield George Dunk Nelda Dunn Robie Eastiack
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uring the year, the class sponsored a delightful assembly portraying the school days of the faculty.
tthe close of the year, several of our class were honored by being asked to serve as waiters and
aitresses at the Iunior-Senior Banquet.
L to R, first row-Barbara Branch, Jack Haney, Patsy Conksey, Peggy Douglas, Carolyn Fleming, Charles Gill.
Second row-Bud Goings, Janet Gonzales. Edna Hughes, Margaret Hamilton, Bobby Harrison. Third row-Donna
Gill, Garland Arkinson, Iva Hunt, Ruby Hirabayashi.
L to R, first row-Shirley Kellogg, Patsy Thomason, Joyce Yarbrough, Lola Longley, Bill White, Dick Keith.
Second row-Marilyn Peterson, Alvin Long, Lenore Lowe. Patsy Keith, Hope Lane, Louis Reisig. Third row:
Nicky Rodriguez, Diane Pike, Mary Royer, Joe Takemoto, Virginia Keck.
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Humphrey Lewis Kimbrough Lester Lemons Cloteen McGowan Roy Murdock Bobby Nein James Norris
a Parman Robert Phillips Nancy Riggs Waymon Roberson Joaquin Rodriguez Ellen Rogers Carolyn Rowell
lyne Rowell Leo Royster Enedina Ruiz Charles Smay Gary Sortors Shirley Speaks LSFOY Spuhler
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5t:'p!1'Xrs Gloria Taylor Huey Thomas Belly Tickel Shirley Williams Lyman Wilson Valentine Zuniga
Tronye Alexander Jean Busby Dolores Hubbard Lloyd Thetford
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