Sweetwater High School - Red and Gray Yearbook (National City, CA)

 - Class of 1944

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IT RAINED TONIGHT Platinum moon and stars of brass, Garden fences silver-grated, Tips of steel upon the grass, Weeds and willows chromium-plated, Poppies on their wire stems, Hammered copper, red, and thin, Statues wearing diadems, Fountains flowing strips of tin, From silver sidewalks polished bright Nothing, nothing gold tonight. -Mary Anna Richardson, junior A A SUMMER DAY A woodland path, A soft, green glade, A pine so straight and tall, A morning sky, Of sheerest blue, The birds, The breeze, And I. A trickling stream, A quiet pool, A summer afternoon, The hum of flies As they go by, A book, A dream, And I. U ---Edith Sparks, Sophomore A FRANK Rf. CHASE, AIR. ISABELLA H. HILDITCH P1'ff1l'll7f1l Vive-Prinfifial FACULTY OFFICERS Louise Stephens, secretaryg Charles Morehousc, trcasurcrg Vance Clymer, presidentg Tilmun Clmmlee. vice-presidcntg jciclyn Sparks, social chairman. BOARD OF TRUSTEES Sitting: Eunice Harris, business muniigerg L. B. Baines. C. G. Buchrer. president: Lnuisc H. Pray, clerk. Standing: ,Iolvi hi. McDonald, dlstiict supcrintundcntg Dr. james B. Norton, D. L. Murray. jddfigy To Mrs. Mary E. Barnes, dean of girls, we give credit for the Senior plays, the Variety Show, and the counselling of girls. As head of the English department she has meant much to the students of Sweet- water. Kneeling: Wendall B. Allen, journalism, Eugene P. Crawford, Auto Shop, Alvin B. Buby ,Woodshop, T. Tilman Chamlee, Mechanical Drawing, john A. Banks, Vocational Agriculture, Charles R. Booth, Pre-Induction Training. Standing: Theodore Bass, Prob- lems, William C. Brattmiller, Hygiene, Bess Brown, English, Mary E. Barnes, English, Vance G. Clymer, Boys' Phy. Ed., Frank M. Chase, jr., Principal. Sitting: Laura L. Hiser, Commercial, Sylvia C. lngebritson, Clothing, Isabella H. Hil- ditch, Vice-Principal, Florence G. Frazier, Biology. Standing: Robert C. jackson, Business Law, Grace H. Gilman, History, Ruth B. Coburn, Librarian, Louise H. Howe, English, Faith F. Frikart, English, William L. Harlan, Algebra. acu Aly In addition to carrying on .1 broad counselling program William Brattmiller, d e a n of boys, assisted the football coaches as trainer, putting into action his knowledge of first aid. Front row: Frances jane Moore, Spanish, Ruth McCready, English' Melba Thomas Girls' Phy. Ed., Frances H. Koromy, English, jerelyn M. Sparks, Art, Marion L. Menzell Social Science, Mantie Montgomery, Chemistry. Back row: Ethel M. Lyons, Typing, Gordon B. Cox, Geometry, Frederick XV. Jeter, Civics, Charles A. Morehouse, Visual Aids, Frances L. Davis, English, Irma S. Pate, French, Eleanor C. O'Keefe, Foods, Homemaking. Not shown, Cornelia McKnight, English. Front row: Jessie I. Smith, School Nurse, Elizabeth C. Stone, Civics, Lois L. Starck, Vocal Music, Elizabeth Stanford, Biology, Elsbeth H. Schneider, Bookkeeping, Back row: Helen M. Smith, Spanish, Lucille Van Horn, History, Glenn A. Wiirren, Boys' Phys. Ed., Louise O. Stephens, Public Speaking, Doris W. Schaefer, Girls' Phys. Ed. jim Bird ' Nadine Burt joseph Burns' Theodore Bass t President Secretary Vice-President, ASB Advisor . ja! Ofhcerdi ana! Cjommizidionem With joseph Burns presiding as speaker, the fall legislature was very active. Among other things the group approved the budget, elected new com- missioners, changed the rules on cheerleaders and songleaders so that they would try out in the spring and the students would vote on them, and they voted on who should receive football letters. v ' ' . t ' Front row' Bob Sieben athletics' Gloria Nidett, public relations, Betty Head, pep, Helen Perl mutter, publications, Leroy Harkey, finance. Back row: Bill Cameron, activities, Evelyn Zucker, assemblies, Ellen Morse, deputy of hnanceg Helen Holgate, bonds and stampsg Mary Lou Oak- land, records. , Ted, Palmer I Barbara Peters Marvin Shrewsbury Vice-President Secretary President yarding Ofhcerri ant! Commiruionem Revising the Constitution was the main achievement of the spring legis- lature. They changed Article VIII on athletic awards. john Purkins presided as speaker and the group approved the awarding of letters to the members ot the band and orchestra. Front row: Gloria Nidett, public relationsg Bill Cameron, activiriesg Berry Head, pepg Bob Sieben, athleticsg Leroy Harkey, finance. Back row: Helen Perlmutter, publicationsg Marilyn Fasig, records, I-Ielen I-Iolgare, bonds and stampsg Betty jo Townsend, assembliesg Ellen Morse, deputy of finance. ga! olifgizifafure Front row: Ann Floersch, Betty Marshall, Marlyn Fasig, Melva Gentry, Marvin Shrewsbury, jimmie Carlton, Betty jo Townsend, Gayle Slack, Patricia Rowen. Second row: Theodore Bass, advisor, jeanne Cletus, June Miller, Ruth Helm, jerry Crews, Therese Palmer, Norman Veesart, Robert Rinklieb, Nadine Burt, joseph Burns, Third row: ,lim Bird, Buster johnson, Rod Sutliff, jack Bowles, Lola Castro, Bobbie Gietz, Gloria Page, Rona Gray, Shirley Harlan. Last row: George' Comer, Doris Christman, Shirley Myres, Beverly Robertson, Helen Perlmutter, Helen Holgate, Betty Head, Gloria Nidett, Evelyn Zucker, Mary Lou Oakland, Bob Sieben, Bill Cameron. ee- lsr-was rin ole idfafure la 9 g Front row: Therese Palmer, Barbara Robnett, Mary Ann Berger, john Purkins, jerry Crews, Ellen Morse, Oma Lee Thompson, Barbara Peters. Second row: Marian Oser, Helen Perlmutter, Ester Vonder Au, Maxine Loyd, Batty jo Townsend, Helen Holgate, Marilyn Fasig, Shirley Phillips. Third row: Bernice Winrtmw, Margaret Znrnstein, Coralie Schneider, Beverly Robertson, Romona Hobel, Jeanne Cletus, Jayne McKee, Doris Kranzer, Gloria Nidett. Joan HHVCS. LZISI IOWZ Mi11'V1U Shrewsbury, Allyn Dennis, Bernard Howell, Bill Cameron, Lyle Fredlund, Ted Palmer, Don Sparling, Billy Dickson, Leroy Harkey. I l Charles Morehouse saving gasoline an d tires by pedaling to school on his bicycle, while .... 'B' 1' just to prove that Su- hi teachers do their bit for victory, h er e is Vance Clymer working in his victory garden, and .... 33...--ff Charles Booth preps the boy s on aviation mechanics an cl flight training. W -1' , M V ' ." ff T '!.Tf',5 W g." '2?, " W ,F 5! , , vL x L',, ' . .M " " '1 ',M W Wf gE9 ' !,, , !" 'w 1J '5?'i'' gf'g" 'M",:.',m?g, ,' f1 .F 2? ,1x45 :3' U 'g.,' ," w,5' .A'3' :,: i f -, "5L. f F, ,f', '.:f:-' c' :" ! ,.!'ei5 :' f- ,If fl rf ' z W ' U 'gk -f Q, ,-A -U ,,.M'l4M3w, , t .. Lkxv-,zf K' v ,4 . , f 1. 4x., 1 f X N... . W9 Q v".,.' V f . -. 1 . l.. 1-55wf,4.iga.3,1.m,,e.,4.,p,,.N,,4M-..,,, Mu.-,. ..m,,-.M,.,,,, JW f W-V.,Aff,m.J fx if -fig -was. X' we X, W, A .A 3 gf 5 ,f ff: of 3 .fu 2" a Y ,, Q if we x Q.-HV' 5,-fe? fc, f 1 kr? 51 f 2 fi 5 Aj RQ 'liQL::9 W as if AA ,XP ,S f kg we 4-N 0:5626 ,A yffwmwk M ,1,,QWW,m1W, v W Sf' 492' W, yd. Q 7, ,P fp,1.,3,f ,, ' " f 5 H4 4 ' Y i K 4 I w g Y, H ,gf jeoruarg en ion Omcerzi ALTON PETERS-Senior BETTY MARSHALL-Se A Presidentg Letterman's Club 2, Sec. 33 National City Hi-Y 1, 2g Baseball 23 Track 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Football 2, 3. nior A Vice Pres.g No Man's Club Vice Pres 3 Art Club Treas. 2, Presi 33 CSF Vice Pres. 3 Student Legislature 1 2, 3. 0 . a DIANE DAY-Senior A EVELYN ZUCKER-Se- Secretaryg Quill and Scroll 3g Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Red and Gray Staff 3g Su-hi News Staff 3. gegrudr arid 1944 Olfl OI' .SQMJQILB nior A Treasurerg No- Man's Club Pres. 35 Art Club Vice Pres. 3g Com- missioner of Assembly 3g Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3. FRANK TRAYER-Firsi BETTY GENE LEWIS- JOSEPH BURNS-Tomi Honor Sfudenlf CSF 1, 2, 3g Tennis Team 1, 2g Football Squad 33 Se- nior Play 3. Second Honor Studenlg No-Man's Club Sec. 3g Society Editor, Su-hi News 3g CSF 1, 2, Sec. 3g Girl Reserves 2, Cab- inet 3. Honor Szudenz: ASB Vice Pres. 3g CSF 1, 2, Pres. 33 Student Lee- islature 1, 23 Speaker 31 Letterman's Club 2, 3 MARGUERITE ALEXANDER-Variety Show 1, 2. RICHARD BEALL-Commando Certificate 3. JAMES BIRDSFootball 1, 2, Captain 3, Na- tional City I-Ii-Y Sec, 1, Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3g ASB President 5, Letterman's Club Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3. GLORIA BLACK-Girl Reserves 2, 33 Senior Play 3. NADINE BURT-GAA 1, 2, Pres. 3g Pep Com- missioner 3g ASB Sec. 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, Pres. 3. JOYCE BUTLER-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Art Club 1, 2, Senior Play 3. GERALDINE CAMERON4Girl Resirves 1, 2. BARBARA CASS-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, GAA I. ROBERT CO0K'Sfll,LIC Craft. MELVIN COWHERD-Hi-Y 13 Stage Crew Manager 3, CHARLES CRUM-Quill and Scroll 3, Su-hi Ncws Staff 3. E L LOUISE DEDMON. ANNA MAI? DUMAS--Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Senior Play 5. ANN FLOERSCH7Student Legislature 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Lu Belle Ballet 1, 2. MELVIN FOXwStage Craft 3g Victo.y Speaker 33 Senior Play 3. BILL HAGAN-Football 2, San Ysidro Hi-Y 1, 2. RUTH HANDLEYsGirl Reservcs 1, 2, 3, Se- n or Hay 3g Orchesra 1. I-IAL HARDWICK. BETSY HAZARD-Red and Gray, Senior Editor 5, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33 Senior Play 5, Stu- dent Legislature 1. IEAN HETRICK. KENNETH KOHR-Hi-Y Sec., Treas., Chaplain 1, 2, 35 Chess'C1ub 1. HAROLD LEBEAU-Hi-Y 1, 25 U. S. Army Air Corps Reserve. CARMEN MARIN-CS-F 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 2. ROSA MARIN-La Belle Ballet 33 Drill Team 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 3. MARIAN MCCAN-Su-hi News Reporter 35 CSF 25 Senior Play 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. MAY MILLER-Girl Reserves 35 Cheer Leader 35 Drill Team 3. RUTHANNA MILLIGAN-Art Club 35 Camera Club 3. , LEONARD MORGAN. ROBERT OWENS-Track 1, 2, 3. ' PHYLLIS RAUCH-Choir 35 Christmas Pageant 35 Newman Club 15 La Belle Ballet 1, 2, 3. JACK ROSE-CSF 1, 2, Pres. 25 Lions Club Speech Contest 2, City Ist, District Znd. Place. SUHS Varieties 1, 2, 35 State College Speech Contest 1, 2. RAYMOND SERVATIUS-C Basketball 1. DOLORES SHOCKEYQ- Variety Shows 1, 25 Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3. MARIAN SIEFERT-Girl Reserves I5 Art Club 15 Glce Club 2, 3. SHIRLEY VAN. DERIPE-Girl Reserves 2, 3, Vice Pres., Treas.g Art Club 35 Su-hi News and Annual Staff 35 Senior Prom Chairman. MARIE VILLALOBOS-Su-hi Varieties5 Drill Team 15 Glee Club 1. JULIA WALSTON-Typing Award. 15 Short- hand Awards 2, 3. NORMA LEE WATTS-Drum Maior 2, 35 Swing Band Singer 35 La Belle Ballet 1, 2, 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2 FREMONT WILSON-Track 1. HARRY WOOTTERS-Yell Leader 35 Senior Play 35 Annual Staff 35 CSF 1, FEBRUARY GRADUATES NOT PICTURED JACK BENNETT. DONALD LAWRENCE. K. STEWARD PETERS. JOHN POE. MARIA VALENCIA. CHARLES WYNN, QC.. cn., onm JINI BEATTY RAY LIVESAY M Senior A Pferideiil Senior A Vice P1'E,l'ilZ76iZl Letterman's Club 3gNu- Orchest 21 li Football 3. tional City Hi-Y 2, 5, SSC. 33 Sec. Senior B Class. Senior A Secretary GAA 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3 GR 1, 2,'3, Cabinet 2 sinner of Records 3. lftlfle GLM 0 I 944 OW .Syfmlmfa Drill Team 1g Commis: tim ARY LOU OAKLAND LEROY HARKEY Senior A T7'ELZIZl1'?f Commissioner of Fi- nance 2, 53 National City Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3g Senior B Pres.g Lettermen's Club 3. Treas. 3. Silvia Isbell Eloise Campbell Gale Slack Helen Perlmutter Roberta Wynn First Honors First Honors First Honors Second Honors Second Honors Sf MARY ABBOT'I'4CSF 2, 53 Spanish Club lg Victory Corps 2g No Man's Club. SALLIE ANTHONY-Bantl 2, No-INfan's Club I, 2, 3. GEORGETTE ARGOUD-Girl Reserve 2, GAA 23 No-Maris Club 1. 2. 3. LEONARD BALLESTEROS. MAXINE BATESvBallet 1, 2g Su-hi Players 3 N0-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLES BECK-Chula Vista Hi-Y 2. 3, JANEANE BECK-GAA 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, 33 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, Cabinet 3g Su-hi Players 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2, Pres, SQ No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. GLENN BECKIETT-FFA Pres. 33 Track Letter- man 2, 3. DICK BIiI.I.OUS-Buy's Feeleratiun lg Tennis Team 53 National City Hi-Y 5. BILLY BISHOP--Baseball Team 3, BONNIE BISHOP-Drill Team 2, 3, Su-hi News Staff 2, 3. AVOLYN BONBRAKEfNn Mans Club I, 2g Fashion Tea 2, GAA 53 Stamp Messenger 2. J. O, BRIXEY-National City Hi-Y 2, Vice Pres. Eg Frmiball 2, 5, All-metro. 3, Letterman's Club 2, Pres. 33 Baseball 3. PAUL BROOKS-Boy's Federation I. ALBERT BROWN-Bc1y's Federation lg Chess Club 3, Vice Pres. 5, Intermural Basketball 3. ISLOISE CAMPBELL-Chess Club 11 CSF l, 2, 51 Spanish Club lg Victory Corp 2. JIMMIE CARLETON-Boy's Fetleratinn lg Stu- dent Legislature 2, 3, ROBERT CERMAK+StutIent Butly Legislature I. JERRY CHAMP-Baseball 1. 2, 31 C. V. Hi-Y Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 51 Bus. Mgr. Su-hi News 35 Bus. Mgr. Re-tl and Gray 3. ALENE CI-IAPPELL-Nu-Man's Club 1, 2, 5. MALCOLM CLIFTON-f--Boy's Federation lg FFA 5. C ' re C I l I 'Q . 2 ' ya.. X 2 gi..f ,mr , 1 J' , A it . 7 ei , 2 , . :VFW 4"'A"l' ff W' M W I . ,..., . ,.... , FEL ,C ,s 2 f 1s2L2k21'.' L A ,FN ...-. ,ar vm 6 is ,W . I is . R.. f at-Q, -S. , si . as f' TL' A iii. W ii ,si-'if . gl . K : 9,1-yn lil if I ii. ii i'iLii Y I 3, ..., 5 ".e Ffsik H I Q... 'fre es II n R I 5'6- Z WF. i 1. V--. s .ii ., ...,.,. ,.,, . f ,rm fe. Wm I ii E if l EARLINE COPEANO-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. KENNETH CORKILL-C, V. Hi-Y 3. MARIAN COSTELLO4Ntb-Man's Club 3. ROBERT CRANE-CSF 2, Student Legislature 1, 2. MARGARET CROSSLEY-GR 1, 2, 33 Cabinet 1, 2. ALBERT LEE CROWE-Bt1y's Federation lg Will' Stamp Speaker 1, 2. BOBBIE JO CULVER-Majorette 2, 3, Drill Team 2, 3. -Q ELEANOR CUNNINGHAM. 3 MARIAN DICKINSON-GR l, 2, 3, Treas. 3, Art Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Drill Team 2, 3, Captain 3. BILLY DICKSON-Football 2, 33 N. C, Hi-Y 2, 3, Treas. 3, Letterm:1n's Club 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3, Basketball Mgr. 3. KATHLEEN DILLANE7Git'l Reserve 1, No- Man's Club 1, 2, 3. WILMA DOWNS-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3g GR 1. RUBY DRUMMOND-No-Man's Club 3. WILLIAM DUGGER-Chess Club lg Camera Club 2, 33 Stage Crew 3. IMOGENE DUNNIHOO MARILYN FASIG-Representative, Legislature 1, 3: CSF 1, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Commissioner of Records 3. IZEULAH FELLOXVS-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 33 Fashion Show 2. CHARLES FERGUSON-N.C. Hi-Y 2, 3, Sec. 3, Letterman's Club 2, 33 Cheer Leader 3, Pep Club 3. FRANCES FERNBERG-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. LOUISE FLEGAL-Su-hi Variety 1, GR 1, 2, 31 GAA 33 Editor Activities Red and Gray 3. HELEN FROGUE-N0-Mfln'S Club, 1, 2, 3, Li- brary Staff 2, 3. TOMMY GAMMON-Boy's Federation 1.- KENNETH GAUTEREAUX-Legislature 1, N. C. Hi-Y 2, 3, Treas. 33 Football 3. MELVA GENTRY-Student Legislature 2, 3g Girl Reserves 31 No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1. WADE GILLILAND-Senior B Treas. 3g Boy's Federation 1, Senior Nominee Com, 3. DORIS GODXWIN--Library. Staff 2, 33 Home EC. Club 1, No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. MARIE GOEDECKE-Home EC. Club 15 No- Man's Club 1, 2, 3, Stamp and Bonds Messen- ger 2. ROBERT GOLDFARB-Boy's Federation 1. ROBEQA GRAHAM-Su-hi Players 3, Treas. 33 Art '-ub 3, No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3g GR 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3. GORDON GRANT-FFA 2, 3, Sec. 33 C.V. Hi- Y 3, Basketball 2, 3, Letterman's Club 2, 3. CECELE GRIFFIN-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 13 GR 33 Su-hi Players 1. CAROL GUNBERG-Su-hi Varieties 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 3. CLEO LEE HANSEN-Baller 2, Drill Team 33 No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. JOAN HAYES-GR 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 33 GAA 2, 3, Treas. 25 No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. BETTY HEAD4Com. of Pep 3g Capt. Drill Team 2, Art Club 3, Pres 3, GR 1, 2, 3, Sec. 3. BRUCE HERMS. MAXINE HICKMANQGR 33 GAA 3g No- Man's Club 3. CORINE HILL-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. HELEN HOLGATE-GR 1, 2, 35 GAA 2, Com. Stamps and Bonds 3, Art Club 3, SYLVIA HOROWITZ-GR 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 33 Quill and Scroll 3, Treas. 33 Su-hi News Staff 3, Assistant Editor 3, Song Leader 2, 3. LILY ANN HUMPHREY-No-Mans Club 1. 2, 35 Drill Team 1, 2. FRANKIE HYDE-GR 33 Christmas Pageant 31 No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3, .??"... 3 if My The 552 M18 .pw ff: R mf. N -'--im,- . Q5 . 1 fm SILVIA ISBELL-CSF 1, 2, 33 Ballet 23 Senior Play 33 N0-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. DICK JANSEN. .IO ANNE JELLEY-Philharmonia l, Z, 33 Bal- let Orchestra 1, 2g Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3. RAYMOND KIMBALLWC. V. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Src. 1. ELLIS LARSON-Band 1, 2,3 Camera Club 1, 2, 3g Photo. Ed, Red and Gray 3, HAROLD LAVVSON-C. V. I-II-Y 3, SCC. 33 Let- tei'man's Club 3. LAURA LEAVITT-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. CLETIS LEEDY-FFA 33 Basketball 2, 33 Let- terman's Club 2, 3. NORMA ,IAYNE LIGHTHART-AIT Club 32 Camera Club 3. DELFINA LOPEZ-Victory Speaker 2, 33 Su hi News Staff 2, 3, Assistant Feature Ed. 33 Ballet 23 Christmas Pageant 2, 3. MARION LOVE-Art Club 33 Glee Club 2, 33 GR 1, 23 American Legion Contest Entree. PAT LOW E-GR 1. BERT MCINTOSH-Boy's Federation 1, MELBA MCINTOSH-GAA 33 Victory Co'ps 2, N0-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. JAYNE McKEE-Camera Club 3, Secretary 3, Art Club 33 Legislature 33 GR 3. DORCAS MAHANfPhilharmonia 2, 3g Baml 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Ballet Orchestra 2. CHARLES MARSDEN-Basketball 1, 33 Boy's Federation 1. GENEVIEVE MENARD-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 GAA 3. EUGENE MIZONY--B0y's Federation 1. DOROTHY MOORE-NO-Man'S Club 3. DORIS MORGAN--Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Accom- panist 1, 2, 3. ELLEN MORSEfSong Leader 3g Assistant Fi- nance Comm. 31 GR 2, 3, Cabinet 3g Art Club 3. TOM MUELLERvN. C. Hi-Y 3, Letterman's Club 2, 33 Chess Club 3, GLORIA NIDETT-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 5, GR l, 2. 3, Cabinet 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3g CSF Z, 3, Pres. 33 Comm. Public Relations 3. MARGARET OLMSTED-GAA 1. 33 GR 3g Art Club 3. LOIS ONCLEY-GR 1, 2, 3, Cabinet I. 2. 3. Pres. 3, No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. Pres. 35 Sen. IS. Ed. Red and Grey 3g CSF 2, 3. MARION OSER-No-Man's Club 3: Student Legislature 3. ISABEL PADILLA-Volley Ball Champion 31 No-Man's Culb l, 2, 3, TED PALMER-Football 2. 31 C. V. Hi-Y 2, 3, Pres. 33 ASB Vice Pres. 33 Letterman's Club 3. GUST PAPPAS-Letterman's Club 2, 3, Basket- ball 2, 3. VIVIAN PARSONS-No-Mans Club 1, 2. 3. MARY PEABODY-Art Club 3, GR 33 Pen Point Club 33 Su-hi Players 3. BETTY JEAN PEACOCK-GR l, 31 Prom Com, 3g No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3. BETTY PERKINS-GR I, Cabinet Eg Sung Leader 3g GAA l, 3g Su-hi News 3, Business Manager 3. HELEN PERLMUTTER-CSF 1. 2. 3g Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Pres, 3, Historian 3g Com. of Pub- lications 3: Su-hi News. Feat. Ed. 2, Assistant Editor 2, Editor 3. BARBARA PETERS-Ed. Red and Gray 3. Photo lid. 2, Quill and Scroll 3. Sec. 3, Pres. 31 Legislature 1, 2, 3, ASB Secretary 33 Su-hi News, Feature Ed. 3. Service Page Ed. 3. LOUISE PHIFEwSu-hi News 3, Circulation Mgr. 35 Glee Club 1, Christmas Pageant 13 Camera Club 3. ROBERT POLK-Stage Crew 3. BARBARA REEVES-GR 1, 2. 3. Cabinet 33 Art Club 33 Su-hi Varieties 2, 31 Senior Sweater Comm. 3. DICK RILEY-Football Mgr. 1. 23 Boys Federa- tion 1. MARY LOUISE ROBBINS-Art Club 33 GR 31 No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. VIEAN ROBERTS---No-Mans Club l. 2, S, fha 'QSC s s.. .. N A .j'f'if 'St M13 . f - 9 , . an VD 5. 3545 atv. is 5 lawn! at A 42 sg Z is vt I .ag .Q fa T Q E :- ' .f,... iz. :' - ..... - f t -..,. -ez S' af .1 y 5. ' ,V J, gk 1:2322 .,,-A.. ll , 4 .1 lr m PATRICIA ROWAN - Student Legislature 33 No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3, NONA sAGEwAff Club 5, GR 5, GAA 5. DOROTHY SANDS. ' 4! r 3-7' H DONNA sANGsTERfPhi1hafm0nia 2, 3, sec. 3, Tumbling and Acrobatics at Football Games 3, Choir 1, 53 Art Club. GAYLE SLACK-No-Man's Club 1, 2, 33 Stu- cl'nt Legislature 3' CSF 1, 2, 3. Sec. 3. PAULINE SLOAN-CSF 3, No-Maris Club 1, 2, 3. PRISCILLA SLOAN-CSF 33 No-Man's Club 1. 2, 3. EARL SMITH - B0y's Federation 1, Victory Sneaker 2, 33 Christmas Pageant 2. DONALD SPARLING-Lettermaxfs Club 2, 33 C. V. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 2, Treas, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3. BOBBIE DEAN SPIVEY-GR 1, 2, 33 GAA 1, 2, 33 No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. LEO STILVVELL-Philharmonia 1, 23 B0y's Fed- eration 1. SHIRLEY SUNDSTROM-N0-Man's Club 1. 2. 31 Glee Club 33 GAA 33 Stamp and Bond Messenger 3. JEAN SWAN-CSF 2, 33 N0-Man's Club 2, 3. CECELIA THOMPSON- La Belle Ballet 23 GR 1, 2, Su-hi Players 23 Pen Point Club 2, 3. GORDON THOMPSON. BETTY TODD-Band 2, 33 GAA 2, 33 AU: Club 3. A MARLYS TOLSTAD-GR 1, 2, 5, Cabinet 1, 2, 3, No-Man's Club 1, 2, 3. BETTY TOWNSEND-Student Legislature 1, 33 GR 1, 2, 3. Cabinet 35 Comm, Assemblies 3. IRENE TRUESDAIL-GR 2, 33 Journalism Re- porter 2, 33 Assistant News Ed. Su-hi News 3. ROBERT TUSSING-C. V. Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Chaplain 53 Football Mgr. 33 Letterman's Club 33 Baseball 3. LUCILLE VAZQUEZ-Ballet 1, 23 GR 2. LA VERNE VOGEL-GR 2g Baller 2g GAA l. BYRON WARDfBasebi1ll 2, 5. ARDYCE WAVRIN-Su-lli Players 2, 3g Pen Point Club 2. 5, Vice Pres. 3g Drill Team 1. BERNICE WINROW-GR 1, 2, 5, Cabinet 1, 33 Annual Staff 2, 33 Legislature lg Vice Pres. 10 grade. LORRAINE WOODARDfGR. 2, ?JQ GAA lg Las Vagabundes 1. CLAIRE JO XVOODVVARD-Orchestra 1, 2. ROBERTA WYNN--GR 1, 2, SQ CSF 1, 2, S, Su-hi Players 33 Pen Point Club 2. MARGARET ZUMSTEIN-GR lg Library Staff 2, 33 N0-Maris Club 1, 2, 3. BERTHA SINGLETARY. RUTH TILLERY-'UR 35 Quill and Scroll 2, 5. CLI'l'lQl"CL MONTIME ALLEN. JOEON FARRAH MARKO BUKOW-CSF 7 v JANICE KETCHUM Library Staff 1 HAL CORNELIUS. MIRNA LEWIS CHARLES DIGNUM. JOHN LINDHOLM DONALD STARR AUDREY THOMPSON ROBERT SIEBEN gfdrid 05 lanuafy 1945-12-af? Bottom row: Argood. Atkinson, Bonilla, Brown, Campbell, Cannon, Castro, Cletus, Cockeram, Collins, Duncan Esterbloom. Second row: Haynes, Hill, jesperson, Keenan, Knight, K. anzer, Kuifurst, Lawson, Lewis, Lozano, Maddox Third row: VI. Mason, V, Mason, Mathews, Murray, G. Oliver, YI. Oliver, Olson, Owen, Pflimlin, Purlcins, Raymond Fourth row: Ritchie. Roberts, Romero, Rooker, Ross, Seenan, Shephertl, Sl1l'L'Vl'Sl'7Lll'y, Sprouse. Statler, 'liop row Stewart, Storm l'tley, Xlllhitttnton, we 1945-11-A First row: Ahbott, Aland, Alonso, Anderson, Andre, Appleby, Bachman, Baker Baldwin, Ballard, Bangs, Beers Bishop, Boland. Second row: Bolton, Bravo, Briggs, Bryant, Buchold, Burns, Camaeho, Cameron, Carlson, Carvajal, Casey, A, Cash, T. Cash, B. Chase, li. Chase, Third row: Childers, Christensen, Chruden, Close, Colburn, Coleman, Comas, Combs, Connelly, Conyers, Corsiglia, Cota, Courtney, Cowart. Fourth row: Crews, Cunningham, Curtis, Davenport, Davies, Davis, Dawson, Dennis, Dorr, Downey, Ellis, Enriquez, Erickson, Estes. Fifth row: Evans, Fanning, Faubion, Fawcett, Field, Floyd, Franke, Fredland. 1 l CAM f ,me 1945-11-A Bottom row. Guo. Graves. Gregory. Griffey. Hallock. Hansen, Hapronstall. Haulina, Hartin. Hastings. Hatz. Hayden. Sqfllllll row: Hfnry. Hillman. Hickman. Holwl. Hopkins. Huey. Hnpp. Inman. johnson. johnson, Qloralcmon. Third row: Kumi-y. Knnoyqr. Kinscl, Knox. Lacao. Lake. Lang. laireau. l..nson. Leach. Lccily. Lindcwooil. Fouvth row: I,oInn.1nn. lonlig. Long. l,o1'nl. l,oy4l. lNlCffl'mlon. lxlflxlllllilll. lNl.ll4oxxslii. lxlangclson. IXLIIYILILIIN. hfL'YL'l'. Diillvurn. A. lNlilh'l'. bl. lXlilIc'1'. Top row: lxlillflhl. lNlossmnn. Ncslur. Ncwcounlw. hw 1945-11-A l'5ollo1ni'ow3 Ulson.Ol1l. Palrncr. Pappas. Pattison. Pendleton. Phillips. Prarlwr. Prcsluy. Prircliaiwl. xl, Richaulson M. Richaixlson. Second row: Robnctt. Rolsracl. Rookcr. Roper. Ruhlc. Rusk. Russell. Sawyer. Scliiunlw. Searcy, Seeley. Tlnlml row: bhnlt. Sims. Slaugliter. Sniilcr. Snow. Spaulding. SILIHCII. Stanley. Srcxxart. Sullifl. Szabo. Thompson. Fourth row: Tichenor. Tohir, Turner, Turner, Valencia. Voniler Au. Wfalsron. VUa11l. Wfatson. XXfhirtemon. vU0l'KI11k1I1, Za- ratc. Zornes. Cfmw MW, 1946-II-g Bottom row: Buldessari, Barrows, Berger, Bowe, Braden, Buhy, Calderon, Castro, Cermuk. Second row: Chabot, Chap- man, Crosthwaite, Davis, Delgadillo, Denham, Dennis, Dugger, Dumas, Top row: Eckhart, Eimar, Field, Floersch, Gerringer, Hardesty, Howell. mm,-5, 1946-11-K t Lli Lovell McClendon Moelter Second row' Moore, Bottom row: lngall, jones, Kester, Kimball, King, Lancas ev, eu, , , . . Morrison, Nelson, Newport, Payne, Phillips, Proctor, Rector, Rose, Small. Third row: Southwick, Stahl, Startzman Thompson, Trueblood, Utley, Wl11sler,Williams, Woods. Top tow. Flowers, Bailey, Cates, Dunne, Hart, ormer gfdziiiezi Bottom Row Sec Lrll cl Row Thirtl Row Fourth Row Top Row W 1946-10-A Abbott, Acosta, Adams, Atlams, Anderson, Arantla, Arnold. Avery, Baker, Baker, Bankston, Bassett Bergman, Berkeley, Bingham, Bingham, Bonhrake, Bonilla, Bonner, Borclwcll, Bortlwell, Boselli, Bottoms, Boxley, Bratlfield Brannon, Brigham, Brown, Brown, Bryan, Buckley, Buffington, Bukow, Bullock, Burnside Byron, Calton, Capp, Capps, Carcano Carey. Carter, Cash, Cash, Castclo, Cavanaugh, Christenscn, Christman, Churchill, Clark, Cloe, Cohen, Coggin, Cole, Cole. Collins, Corner, Cooke, Cordeau, Cornelius, Coyle, Craig, Cravens, Cro-ithwaite, Curtis, Cush. Bottom Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Row Top Row une 1946-I0-.AZ Daily, Daily, Dalen, Day, Del Rio, Denniss, Dickenson, Dohrawa, Dotlero, Dougherty, Ellis, Engluncl lixans, Faber, Farris. Fcnnikoh, Ferguson, Figueros, Fisk, Fizell, Flegal, Fortner, Fraizer, Friencl, Froede, Gess, Gietz, Gill Gonzales, Gooch. Goss, Gray, Gross, Guerrero, Haggard, Hall, Hamhlin, Hansen, Harbison, Harlan, Harvey, Hayes Helms, Hcntlrickson, Hernandez, Heytlen, Hirth, Hobel, Holdercr, Hopkins, Horstman, Hoskins, lloweth, Hughes, Hutchinson, Hytlrick, Impink, Jackson ,lackson,jackson, Jensen, Johansen. johnson, Johnson, jones, joseph, Jump. 1 f Cfafiried une 1946-10-14 Bottom Row Kaiser, Kelso, Kerns, Kinkade, Knox, LaFave, Lane, Lebeau, Leiner, Lenberg, Lidia, Lockharr, Lovell, Iucero. Second Row Lucero, McCarty, McClenson, McConkey, Mclilyea, McLernon, Mackay, Madden, Mahler, Mann, Manos, Martin. Third Row Martinez, Mason, Mathews, Matthews, Mayberry, Michaelis, Michel, Mikkelson, Michell, Monahan, Moore, Moore, Moore, Morosa, Morrison. Fourth Row Morrison, Morse, Morsette, Mullins, Murch, Murphy, Myers, Nash, Niedzwiecki, Nordell, Norman, Ocheltree, Oliver. Fifth Row Osborn, Otis, Owens, Oyos, Page, Page, Palmer, Palmer, Pankau, Parish, Parker, Parker, Pate, Pater. Top Row Paulson, Paulson, Peacock, Peer, Peterman, Peterman, Phife, Pratt, Presley, Prudhunr, Prudhum, Parker, Parker. W 1946-70-.Al Bottom Row Rambo, Ramboll, Ramboll, Rank, Rice, Richards, Rivera, Robbins, Roberts, Robertson, Robinson, Robles Rogers. Rogers. Second Row Romero, Rosas, Roybal, Rush, Rust, Salazar, San Martin, San Martin, Schmoke, Schneider, Scott, Sears 4 Seay, Senn, Sexton. Third Row ghaver, Shields, Smith, Solman, Souhrada, Sparks, Stanford, SILIPP. Steiner, Stemple, Stock, Streeter turgess. Fourth Row Tatus, Tatus, Taylor, Teyssier, Thomas, Thompson, Vanderpool, Vincent, Voges, Walser', Wzrltcmti XVaters, Wells. Top Row Wilhelm, Wrllardson, Williams, Willis, Wolcott, Wolff, Wtwrmrls, Woodward, X5Urenn, Wright, Wykes Yeaman, Youmans. J J 1 I I . . . W gfadried umm, 194 7-- 10-af? Bottom Row Amador, Backman, Bagwill, Baker, Ballard, Barnett, Barron, Belcher, Bird, Brumitt. Second Row Campbell, Capron, Castro, Chapman, Cox, Davis, Door, Douglas, Dugger. Third Row Enriquez, Erreca, Fisher, Franke, Franks, Gon zales, Hall, Hansen. Top Row Hartwell, Horowitz, Isacksen. anuary 194 7-10-L? Bottom Row Law, Leaverton, Lee, McGlynn, Maers, Maniz, Martinez, Mendoza, Nissen, Olmsted Second Row Palmer, Payne, Peters, Peterson, Rodriguez, Feivsrio, Singletary, Smith, Smythe, Swed. Third Row Swecn, Tullent, Tayson, Thompson, Thompson, Tolnett, Tormey, Uranga. Top Row Vanderhaven, Wahler, Thornberg, Walkup, Waters, XVeisser, Wonser, Woodard. r E 5 r k ? 5 . 8 g. 5 E, x , n h 5. r i v ., s, ' ..,, . ...N y f , Q A N.. .,,, H, 0 .,.q. MW .. .,,kfv,wx,,,. f aff k 3 2 f R M -fgfagxg 9 ,..'AW vs 1 , ,,f"WNX gg . Ib' 5,5 x if ,fs ant A L Ql06U"fl4'l9l'l tif On l9a"a6!e ll gg llfijonclem wifA WMJOJH Q , ,,....u i WOOD SHOP Manuel Aguilera puts a board through a jointer as Mr. Buby, Rudy Schmoke, Alfred Baker, and Richard Hoskins look on. gedincf fAe Scenea .XQMKO EFYILEFEFQ H AUTO MECHANICSiTI-HRD PERIOD Left to right: Walter Owens, Lowell Sachs, Bob Childers, Tom Mueller, Mr. Crawford, Billy Bishop, james Alonzo, Tom Gammon. These boys install a Ford V-8 motor while the rest of the class look on in i the background. .fgggiezi STAGE CREXXL --AEIRST SEMESTER Front row, left to right: jack Bowles, Henry Tiche- nor, Billy Dugger. Back row: Melvin Cowherd, stage manager, Tilman Chamlee, director, Bill Stewart, Norman Hayden. 1 . AGRICULTURE CLASS Seated at the table, left to right: Edward Graves, Cle- tus Leedy, W. C. Presley, Bill I-lupp, Sam Esterbloom, Henry Tichenor. Standing: Glen Beckett, Gordon Grant, Mr. Banks, john Murchison, Paul Brooks. N 'Mcfofy SSENGER5 y fdwell, NmqmwW,,,,,,,,Wm RCCf0gAeYfBOwCI FALL 'htfFrOY1trOw waike:,T0'a-topfow S , Left KO ng d YOW1 Befget' C Sh Efiglun ' .,..,a.a . S H53 etag SeQO'U Handxey, 'El a v SSENGER HS, Eva U Le . y y ,Wage , ALL MoRN1NG ilifwz SpivCYv BuQfg,?f3rh0mPS0n,r, TWA folgamefon, CWM L' - Yht bOLL0l'D. Fxegal, Per. 5 Axon BUYU51 BYOWDH Lefrm U5 '.,Ptkkmhn, . ii mmf 5 r Second rovffijetefs, Szabo, Fzusxipius. ?l'mrdrdwcl'wY.Cai11achO, Palm ' op ' O Udo,-g FALL MORNING SPEAKERS Left to right, first row: Delnna Lopez, Silvia lsbell, Roberta Graham, Betty Head, Gloria Nidett, Gwynn Ellis. Second row: Sylvia Horowitz, Marian McCan, Marian Siefert, Cecele Griffin, janeane Beck, Margaret Crossley. Third row: Betty jean Peacock, jean Rob- erts, Marian Love, Irma Beers, Carol Gunberg, Ver- nell Aland. Fourth row: Herbert King, Walter Owen, Keith Newcomb, Norman Veesart, Robert Crane, Melvin Fox, Earl Smith. FALL AFTERNOON SPEAKERS Left to right, first row: Helen Aranda, Virginia Paul- son, Katherine McCarty, Clara Murphy, Gloria Page, Lady Mary Haggard. Second row: Doris Christman, Shirley Myres, Velma Makowski, Norma Capps, Betty jean Wells, Erline Willardson. Third row: Clarence Darrough, Robert Parker, Betty Baldessari, Betty Smith, Henry Cask, Charles Crum. Qdifeflgefif ll sa, fl A 4 K Q t gwffghf, first f0W,AiiSgENGERS We . GUS, Pg f- ., ' ot illiamson asOcli. SQL-, Y Illery B 1 Lil f ond f0k: D S Gafbc H. . SPRI rom, oak1mdr5O"i Lopez, per Uagaf,o1mQ' BO, NG AFTERN Pzlmer. ,Russell, W, A ,lmlltten T03 ad' tom rowg Ca OON MESSE 'vmfk Thompsori 158271: gfjirow: Day Gixlgugfh, Hobel TISERS ' ' I 'f"1S0n V Cf , L41 Y CYS, Gier IQQCI, QI"f5 ,S w ' f . mltll, Brown. l Sdn Mdffing T0Ii,roS6ci WS ,QPWWIQW SPRING MORNING SPEAKERS Left to right, first row: Sylvia Horowitz, Cecele Grif- fin, Betty Head, Roberta Graham, Margaret Crossley, Silvia Isbell. Second row: Delfina Lopez, Gwynn Ellis, Donna Sangster, janeane Beck, Betty jean Pea- cock, Carol Gunberg. Third row: Clarence Darrough, Marian Love, Betty Baldessari, Walter Owen, Lee Crowe, Robert Crane, Keith Newcomb. SPRING AFTERNOON SPEAKERS Left to right, front row: Mary Calton, Mary Lou Pea- cock, june Mason, Shirley Myres, Betty jean Wells. Second row: Doris Christman, Erlene Willardson, Margaret Tichenor, Renee Swed, Betty Smith. Third row: Gloria Page, Virginia Hopkins, Lady Mary Hag- gard, Elsie Walton. Back row: Bob Parker, Dick Bacon, Henry Cash, Charles joseph. Wt 3- Zgoolfeeyaing .fdwarol wnnerd Bottom row: Fasig, Eimar, Startzman, Godwin, Goe- decke, Truesdail, Thompson, Abbott. Second row: Floerseh, Oser, Pflimlin, Meyer, Maddox, Chase, Humphrey. Third row: Handley, Parsons, Sloan, Sloan, Russell, Ruble, Christiansen. Top row: Fox, Wood, Rose, Sage, Campbell, McCormick, Kyle, Goldfarb. nner5 mmm, First row: Jane Stetler, 30, Doris Godwin, 40, Betty Todd, 30, Imogene Dunnihoo, 40, jean Roberts, 40. Second row: Carol Pfiimlin, 30, Katherine Slaughter, 30, Bente Christensen, 40, jean Osborne, 50, Ruth Helm, 30, Marian Costello, 40. Third row: Darlene Fanning, 40, joan Davis, 40, Beverly Burns, 40, 'Ion- nie Casey, 40. Not shown: Gretchen Henry, 30, Betty Ruth Lewis, 30, Virginia Utley, 30, Helen Saw- yer, 30, and Cyril Pewtress, 30. Miss I-riser drills her class in the art of taking short hand notes. ecora fiona fibeoliaxe These decorations were prepared for the Perlgreen tea hy Dorothy Torbett, Gerrie Madison, Virginia Turner, Beverly Burns, Helen lfrogue, Put Ander- son, Billy Dugger, Margaret Zumstein and Kitty Donnelly. .Sir-Ai ,gifamafrefifieri Girls of Mrs. Sylvia Ingehritsoifs sewing class make their own suits and dresses. 301194 EOK0l":f ,aw 5 is Betty Head, Beulah Fellows, Joyce Esterbloom, Irene Duncan, La Verne Vogel, Allene Chabot, Anne Sny- der, Cleo Hansen, and Lucille Vasquez are learning how to bake rolls. mf .S?aeaA unc! Q-lififen., These members of the morning and afternoon speech classes presented a panel discussion on the post war world to the student body. Seated left to right: Robert Parker, Shirley Myres, Betty Baldessari, Gloria Page, Charles Crum, Bernard Howell, Doris Christman. , Sitting: Pat Rector, Albert Brown. Standing: jim Leedy, Ellis Larson, Gene Balogh, Mrs. Menzel, Carolyn Chapman. The class of seventeen students listens to Morse code records. an cv anal -Ezbidzwff Left to right, Silvia Isbell, Betty Bachman, Josephine Eimar, Maxine Loyd Ada Mac Floyd, Betty Boland, Roberta Wynn. Looking at a dissected frog are Georgia Campbell, Gerrie Madison, Thelma Cash, Betty Godwin, Norma Jayne Lighthart, Eloise Campbell, and Mary Lou Abbot. Maxine Bates, Corine Hill and Frances Fernberg look at a slide. .S7lfUeQilfl!CLi0l" Front row: Gross, Seeman, Thompson, Solman, Phillips, Yifard, Carey, jelley. Middle row: Dennis Rus sell, Hobel, Hanson, Hallet, Peterman, Bailey, Mann, Fish, Hobel, Mahan, Bacon. Back row: Isbell Bunch, Pate, Watts, Rose, Rolstad, Kinsel, Tihomps an, Anderson, Perez, Turner, Dennis, Guilbcrt. Among numerous things to which the Band Contributed was helping in Bond rallies in National City and Chula Vista, by marching. ,11 :, R. i , 4 Sweetwater students that attended thc All Southcrn Cali- fornia high school symphony orchestra convention at Santa Barbara are the following stuclcnts, from left to right: Front row: Dorcas Mahan, Mary Anna Richardson, Jeanne Clctus, lva May Tormcy, and Harlan Skinner, director. Back row: Allyn Dennis, Dick Bacon, Gloria Nitlett, jo Anne vlcllcy, and Charles Roberts. OrcA U5 lI"6l, First row: Roberts, Richardson, Clctus, Cota, Meyer. Sc-cond row: Hopkins, Bailey, jcllcy, Hamblin, Kranzcr, Gross, Dennis, Lindemoocl, Rosillc. Back row: lklahan, Bacon, Rolstad, Rose, Niclctt, Mann, Fish, Pattison, Turncr, Guilbcrt. mgwuzi. C400 , Left to right, first row: Martha Ann Williams, Frances Stanley, Bea Dawson, Arlene Storm, Donna Sangster. Second row: Jayne McKee, Oma Lee Thomp- son, Mary Lou Oakland, Beverly Raymond. Third row: Ellen Morse, Helen Holgate, Joeon Farrah, Marian Oser, Carolyn Tait, Mary Jean Pritchard, Betty Bachman. Back row: Hernan Camacho, Charles Marsden, Jim Beatty, Marko Bukow, Earl Brown, Jerry Champ, Charles Ferguson. La CM Left to right, front row: Miss Lois Starck, Nona Hughes, Lola Castro, Greta Jendrossek, Betty Vincent, Elizabeth Utley, Eleanor Duff. Second row: Dona Seinero, Kitty Monohan, Dorothy Barron, Beverly Robertson, Betty Smith, Margaret Tichenor. Third row: Dorothy Logan, Doris Rank, Mary San Mar- tin, Barbara Phife, Roberta Gietz, Mildred Good, Juanita Lopez, Ruthanna Milligan. Fourth row: Joyce Fizell, Charlotte Halderce, Geraldine Larson, Phyllis Helm, Bonnie Hayes, Elsie Nash, Rita O'Conner. 'af X by S 'f if an S yi +qw'r 'M .fu " 3 - X ' Y , , swf 7 . ,, fl W 52: . , Hawk es.fp .F gf' w ,' ,' , 2. l 8 i , 4 .-,' AW N 3 Hi . 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Y WWW V adkrnia .gbdofcaraa eip cgeclerafion MEMBERSHIP ROLL MEMBERSHIP ROLL FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER JANUARY 1944 Joseph Burr1s Nadine Burt Betty Jean Lewis Betty Marshall Frank Trayer Evelyn Zucker JUNE 1944 Mary Abbott Marko Bukow Eloise Campbell Robert Crane Marie Goedecke Silvia Isbell Rosa Lee Kirtland Gloria Nidett Lois Oncley Vivian Parsons Helen Perlmutter Gayle Slack Ruth Tillery Roberta Wynn JANUARY 1945 Ann Cannon Gilbert Lozano Mary Maddox Carol Pilirnlin JANUARY 1944 Marguerite Alexander Joseph Burns Robert Cowherd Charles Crum Diane Day Betty Gene Lewis Carmen Marin Frank Trayer Julia Walston JUNE 1944 Mary Abbott Glenn Beckett Marko Bukow Eloise Campbell Roberta Graham Bruce I-Ierms Silvia Isbell Marian Love Gloria Nidett Lois Oncley Gust Pappas Helen Perlmutter Gayle Slack Pauline Sloan Priscilla Sloan Roberta Wynn Beverly Raymond Joyce Sprouse JUNE 1945 Jean Callaghan Bente Christensen Ramero Comas Richard Connolly Elizabeth Conyers Jerry Lois Crews Faire Evans Dorothy James George Kyle Betty R. Lewis Joyce Ord Therese Palmer James Pappas Mary Anna Richardson Barbara Robnett Frances Rusk Marilyn Strater Esther Vonder Au Carroll Walston JANUARY 1946 Betty Baldessari Allyn Dennis JANUARY 1945 Louise Hill Marian Murray Carol Pflimlin Beverly Raymond JUNE 1945 Louise Bolton Betty Chruden Betsy Conyers Jerry Crews Dorothy James Q Elizabeth Meyer Joyce Ord Therese Palmer JUNE 1946 Madeleine Cavanaugh Doris Christman Mary Cloe George Corner Carol Denniss Wfanda Fortner Wanda Frazier Alfred Froede Barbara Harbison Shirley Harlan Betty Koenig Aubrey McMullen Shirley Myres Geraldine Norman Robert Parker James Prudham Penny Stock Joanne Thompson Mary Anna Richardson Robert Rinklieb Barbara Robnett Frances Ruble Joyce Russell Esther Vonder Au JANUARY 1946 Nealda Archer Allyn Dennis Jean Eckhart James Ingalls James Ingalls Virginia Startzman Josephine Eimar Shirley Phillips Ted Woods m FALL CSF Bottom row: Beverly Raymontl, Mary Anna Richardson, Betty Marshall, Joe Burns, Betty Lewis, Rosa Lee Kiitlantl, Joyce Sprouse. Second tow: Mary Maddox, Carroll Wfalston, Ann Cannon, Jerry Crews, Dorothy Jam's, listher Vontler Au. Evelyn Zucker, Betty R. Lewis. Thirtl row: Helen Perl- mutter. Faire Evans, Frances Rusk, Lois Oncley, Theresa Palmer, Betsy Conyers, Marko Bukow, Robert Crane. Fourth row: Bernice XX'in:ow, Bente Ch istcnsen, Gayle Slack, Natline Burt, Roberta Wynn, Carol Pflimlin, Silvia Isbell, Allyn Dennis, Ramero Clomas. Top row: Frank Trayer, Bar- bara Robnett, Flois: Campbell, Mary Lou Abbott, Demosthen s Pappas, Gilbert Lozano. SPRING CSF Bottom row: Nealcla Archer, Silvia lsbell, Josephine liiinar, Elizabeth Meyer, Gayle Slack, Gloria Nidett, Helen Perlmutter, Mary Louise Abbott, Eloise Campbell. Second row: Marion Love, Roberta Graham, Lois Oncley, Mary Anna Richarclson. Therese Palmer, Joyce Russell, Barbara Robnett, Joyce Ortl, Penny Stock. Tliirtl row: Betty Chruclen, Betsy Conyers, Jcrry Crews, Mary Cloe, Shirley Myres, Doris Christman, Francis Ruble, Barbara Harbison, listher Vontler Au. Fourth row: Marko Bukow, Carol Pflimin, Beverly Raymond, Shirley Phillips, Joanne Thompson, Shirley Harlan, Carol Denniss, Louise Hill, Betty Wells, Miss Hiltlitch. Top row: Alfred Froede, Ted Woocls, Allyn Dennis, Jean Eckhart, Madeleine Cavanaugh, Priscilla Sloan, Pauline Sloan, Geraldine Norman. - enior pea erued The senior Girl Reserves is one of the most highly organized clubs in Sweetwater. Each year it sponsors activities, some of which are: Dad and Daughter Banquet, Girl Reserve semi-formal dance, work meeting to improve morale among wounded servicemen, and a swimming party at the Y.W.C.A. To be an officer in the Girls Reserve is one of the highest honors a girl at Sweetwater can hope to achieve. Many thanks are given by all members to Mrs. Hayes, capable, understanding Girl Re- serve leader. unior girf pweruea The junior Girl Reserves was organized because of Sweetwaters split-session. Although their club meetings are separate they share most of the Senior Girl Re- serves' activities. These girls are to be congratulated ,on their drive and determina- tion for an active club in the face of many difficulties. Wafionaf af? .M- Bottom row: O. Brixey, vice-pres., Bill Dickson, treas., Charles Ferguson, sec., jim Bird, pres. Middle row: Kenneth Gautereaux, treas., Tom Mueller, Bill Hupp, jimmy Kenoyer, Bob Childers. Top row: Lloyd Watson, Lyle Fredlund, Buster johnson, Leroy Harkey, pres., jim Beatty, sec. Cyrufa Maia ,M- Bottom row: Clarence Close, secretary, jerry Champ, president, Bob Sieben, treas- urer. Second row: Bob Tussing, Walter Palmer, Bill Cameron, serg. at arms, Gor- don Grant, Ted Palmer, president. Third row: Raul San Martin, Bob Long, Kenny Kohr, Walter Owens, Wally Hartin. Top row: Harold Lawson, secretary, Carl Whittenton, vice-president, Ray Kimball, Mr. Bass, Bob Shurlock, Dick Lareau. Wo- Wan 3 CM First semester OH'-ICCISZ Betty Gene Lewis, secretary, Evelyn Zucker, president, Betty Mar- shall, vice-president. 770- Wan Q CLA Second semester officers: Gloria Nidett, secretaryg Lois Oncley, presidentg Betty jean Peacock, vice-president. pen poinf Front row: Anna Belle Combs, Elizabeth Meyers, Mary Anna Richardson, Mrs. Koroimy, advisor, jo Anne Jelley, Mary Peabody. Back row: Celia Camp, Ceil Thompson, Beverly Burns, Betsy Conyers, Betty Szabo. .DJJ mazond Bottom row: Valencia, Wal- ston, Buchold, Spivey, Oak- land, Crews, Whittenton, Mc- Intosh. Second row: Combs, Evans, Lohman, Ellis, Whit- taker, Peters, Horowitz, Burt, Kurfurst, Hickman, Zarate. Third row: Langston, advisor, Fanning, Menard, Sundstrom, Davies, Sage, Todd, Thomas, Lacao, Barcelona, Miller, Bry- ant, Lindemood, Kieran, Pat- terson, Lang. Top row: Berger, Nidett, Head, Flegal, Hayes, Morse, Beck, Oncley, Olmstead, Prather, Hill, Page, Smith, Stanford. .!6ligAf:i of flue lea ss- gm, Lettermans club members-.. Bottom row: Glen Beckett, Don Sparling, Ted Palmer, J. O. Brixey, jim Bird, Alton Peters, john Purkins, Bill Cameron, Harold Lawson. Second row: Glenn Kelley, Robert Owens, james Ken- wyer, Bill Dixon, Billy Lake, fom Mueller, Lloyd Watstmn, Bob Sieben, Carl Whittenton, Hernan Camacho. Third row: jim Beatty, Bill Hupp, Lor- tnzo Carvajal, Gilbert Lozano, Earl Brown, joe Burns, Charles Ferguson, Ray Cole- man, Dick Riley. Top row: Lyle Fredlund, Robert Bald- win, Cletis Leedy, jerry Champ, Leroy Harkey, George Kasser, Buster john- son, Gust Pappas, Bobby Lar- son. J ' - 1 , . A Q .xglcfiuifiefi The Girls' Athletic Association under the leadership of Mrs. Carol Langston carried on at 'highly successful year. Highlights included the annual banquet, two dances, exciting play meetings and a yearly play day. Club officers for the year were: president, Mary Lou Oakland, vice-president, Bettie Whittentong secretary, jerry Crews, treasurer, Bobbie Spivey. The Letterman's club is made up of those boys who have earned a letter in one of Sweetwater's four main sports. The advisor is Mr. Cox, president first semester, jim Bird, vice president, O. Brixey, secretary, Alton Peters, treasurer, John- Purkinsg second semester president, O. Brixey, vice- president, Billy Dickson ,Z treasurer, LeroyfHar.key1 First row: Sylvia Horowitz, Marjorie Colburn, Barbara Peters, Herb King, Helen Perl- mutter, Betty Gene Lewis, Louise Phife. Second row: Ceil Thompson, Irene Truesdail, 3u-Ai Delfina Lopez, Roberta Wynn, Pat Seeman, Lady Mary Haggard, Bat Rector, jean Eck- fhart. Third row: Betty jo Townsend, Betty Perkins, Marian McCan, Diane Day, Joyce eau Sprouse, Anna May Buchold, Sihirley Van Deripe. Top row: Vernon Ballard, john Lind- holm, Carl Whittentoin, Louise Flcal, Barbara Trigs, Anna Belle Combs, Don Cook, Tom 3 Olson, Ted Palmer, Charles Crum. fa Qui! J Bottom row: Dixie Callard, Barbara Peters, Helen Perlmutter, Betty Gene Lewis, Dor- an othy Sands. Middle row: jean Maso-n, Shirley Van Deripe, Marion McCan, Diane Day, ff Anna Belle Combs, Barbara Trigs, Sylvia Horowitz. Top row: Charles Crum, Roberta CFO Wynn, Marjorie Colburn, Mr. Allen, Joyce Sprouse, Pat Seeman, jerry Champ. mzxau- ,f - W. Y,,,,,,,agr-v - .. . , ,L ,, -i, ,,-,,,,,,,, 4 at 1 'ML 2300! jf! , Barbara Peters Editor-in-Chief ...r,Y,r,,, . Senior Class Editors rrr.Arrr,r rrr..,.. B etsy Hazard and Lois Oncley Departments Editor. ' ' Whittenton Activities Editor ,..i,,, .. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,A,,,Ar ,,,,,AA,,,A,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,AAV,,,,V,AA,,,,,, L 0 u ise Flegal Sports Editors.. ,i,. ,. . iiii.....i Carl Wliittenton and Sylvia Horowitz Art Editor ,,,,,.,,... .. .iY.rrY,,,,,,rrY,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,r,,,r,,,A,A Leo Stillwell Photo Editors .ooooo..w,ooooo... oooooo,o, D ick Lareau and Harry Wootters Business Manager ett, ,tt,.,,ttt t,t,tttttt,e,ttt ttteett,,,tttttet,ettt,,,e,,,iiitt J e r ry Champ Asst. Business Manager. s.ss,ss ,,t,tttt t,s, B e mice Winrow Advisor ...,,sss............t,ssss,.,,,sssss,,,i ...,,,,,. ,.sw,, ,,...,,ss . . ,sssss,,,,ssss,,,,sss ,,,,ttts ,,,ssttts W e n d all B, Allen Staff Members ss,... Ellis Larson, Jerry Crews, Diane Day, Shirley Van Deripe nnuaf Q,--1 i? lfilv' Bottom row: Harry Xwootters, Louise Flegal, Barbara Peters, jerry Champ, Bettie Whittentcmn, Leo Stillwell. Middle row: Pat Anderson, Bernice Winrow, Jerry Crews, Lois Oncley, Betsy Hazard, Diane Day, Shirley Van Deripe, Sylvia Horowitz. Top row: Betty Perkins, Dick Lareau, Ted Palmer, Herb King, Carl Wlhittenton, Ellis Larson, Betty Marshall. s1.-.ft.e fafwm E p!6LljQI"fi Bottom row: Roberta Wynn, Hcl- en Perlmutter, Beverly Raymond, Janeane Beck, Pat Seeman. Mid- dle row: Ardyce Wavrin, Mary Peabody, Mary Maddox, Carol Pflimlin. Top row: Bobbie Gra- ham, Cecelia Thompson, Maxine Bates, Cecel GriHen. hlhe Su hi Players is a club of the school's dramatic students. The members under the dlrection of Miss Cornelil McKnight took part in the annual Christmas Pageant. Aff CM One of the hardest working groups in Sweetwater is the Art club with Mrs. jerelyn Sparks as advisor Among its activities this year was the making of Christmas posters for Sweet- water and Naval Hospital as well as other posters for special occasions here at Sweetwater. .fdrfiaia Bottom row: Donna Sangster, Norma Lightheart, Betty Mar- shall, Evelyn Zucker, Nadine Burt. Top row: Marion Dickin- son, Beverly Raymond, Mary Ann Berger, Mrs. jerelyn Sparks, ad- visor, Shirley Van Deripe, jane McKee, Ruthanna Milligan. 7 4 ay ,9f wifA ufiic Front row: Miss Starck, Charles Roberts, Mary Anna Richardson, Ieanne Cletus, Dorcas Mahan. Mr. Skinner. Top row: james Bailey, Beverly Raymond, jo Anne jelley, Donna Sangster, Iva May Tormey, Dick Bacon. pAi!A6lI'H'l0l'liCl, The Philharmonia is a musical organization under the leadership ol' Harlan Skinner. It is made up of the school's really talented musicians. Orhcers: first semester, Pres. Jeanne Cletusg Vice-pres. Dorcas Mahang Sec. Gloria Nidettg Treas. Mary Anna Richard- song second semester, Pres. Charles Roberts, Vice-pres. jo Anne jelleyg Sec. Beverly Ray- mondg Treas. james Bailey. Miss Lois Starck is co-adviser. :Qufure armem of .xdmerica The FFA club took part in food judging contests with other county schools this year. In May it sponsored the FFA-N.C. Hi-y annual fight fest in Spagord Hall. E . 5 joan! ML'tOPy 1 From row: Glen Beckett, Gor don Grant. Bill Hupp. Fred Bickel, Back row: Sammy Ester bloom, W, C. Presley, Mr. Banks, Paul Brooks, Henry Tichenor. i Q -- - -v -v +V Y Y, , , l .SZ -,M lljcwiefiezi Effer Q argy if is s' W 'ff as 1 315 5 Upper left: Choir sings "Easter Parade" and l'Waltz Me Around Again Willie." Lower left: Dancing class forms the minuet. Center: National City Hi-Y pulls the old suitcase betting gag. Lower right: Advanced dancing class does the skaters' waltz. Upper right: Su-hi Players fashion the war brides of yesterday and today. uyadurcler, .Lie .ggayziv Front row: M'lvin Fox. Betsy Hazarci, Joe Burns. Middle row: Leo Stillwell, Ruth Handley, Gloria Black, Mari- an McCan, Berry Marshall. Roberta Wynn- Back row: Silvia Isbell. Frank Tiayer, Joyce Butler, Ha'1'y Wsvimrteies, Jerry Champ, Anna May Du- YDQIS. enior Way Under difficult war time conditions Su-'hi seniors practiced faithfully for "The House Without a Key." three-act mystery, with a Hawaiian setting. Chan, Harry Woiotters, caught Champ in a thrilling surprise finish which held the audience breathless. CAri:ifma6 ageanf Each year Sweetwatefs Su-hi Players put on a beautiful pageant of the Nativity. janeane Beck as reader and Mary Peabody as Mary were highlights of this year's Christmas Pageant. WM COIWLQ Homecoming assembly, victorious football game with Point Lomals eleven, a sport dance in Spafford Hall, all greeted Su-hi Sweeties of by-gone years as the alumni returned to the scene of formerschool days. Captain Smytlhe and "Ish" Galligan, former Red-Devils, spoke at the outdoor assembly of their days as Sweetwaterites. Present students of Sweetwater hope to be able to participate in such activities as were enjoyed on this eventful homcoming day. ' f fr "" ' ,- . 11 f-ri,ff'tZa-si ll' aa" 2 ri- Y' 'Q 'x 3 as , A Q ij-1 jg.. is 2 N ,. 3 :N A , rg? , Ak E R :sl 3 g 15' V- fi HH hy In 14 As" F Z vi 'kia -A J? ti ' ' 1,Zf1-Q y ' l t r Q t 2 2-'lifts 'Q' 4 'A ' F7-y ' K it W- ,L-.. .gf I' -hi l r s a a a s . .cr - li" i figl-SEM M f ' e-i' Nfl -, i"" 3 r , " A i l if A r e V 't r a . Olflfle ff'vfFi'i'f'i ffw ww "5 fgifiv f y, - x iw, - E mf A 3 -,wwf H 5 5 fx? RL ni ""dq-dying? E Y K . Nagy' AJ I - , M 'fry' :WK ' A ',, , ' F Wa yu fm vw 25 5 H i 5 A ig 4m , si V hi 2.5 2 fgiiw , " 53 E 'K gg if -In fx- L - fi R X x 2 , x Vx 2 we s X I 8 ' B' n .W E' A 'ff ' "?"'g"i:,:T"94if'33Qwwe4nw. ,gzoorfd u Q? aims, MJD? Qaglle SOOMCLZ Winniiig their last two games because of brilliant heads-up play, and coupled with Hoover's 7-3 defeat of San Diego, Sweetwater's Red Devils wound up in second place in the newly formed Victory league. Highlight of the war-rationed Su-hi season was the 6-O upset of the powerful San Diego Cavemen. However, a loss to La Jolla and a tie with Coronado eliminated the Red Devils from the championship, although by topping other former Metro league schools, Su-hi garnered the minor league championship. While not a high scoring club, the Devils held their six opponents to twenty points, which was the second best defensive record in the league. Six Devils were given recognition on the all-league team. They were headed by Captain jim Bird, fullback, who because of his unanimous choice was hon- orary captain of the all-league team. Others who made it were Alton Peters, end, John Brixey, guard, Don Sparling, back, John Purkins, center, and Carl Whittenton, back. A Others on the team who were outstanding were Ted Palmer, end, Hernan Camacho, Harold Lawson, and Lloyd Watson, tackles, Bill Dickson and Lyle Fredlund, guards, Leroy Harkey, center, Gust Shegas, Leroy jackson, Tom Mueller, and Buster johnson, backs. This was Coach Gordon Cox's first season as head mentor and was probably one of the best seasons that Sweetwater has had. l 4. Sloofbaf FOOTBALL SQUAD Bottom row: Gautereaux, Shrewsbury, mgr., Sieben, B. Cameron, Bird, S. Cameron, Paulson, Shegas, Sparling. Second row: Tussing, mgr., Peters, Purkins, Camacho, Whit- tenton, Palmer, johnson. Third row: Warren, coach, jackson, Lake, Mueller, Comer, Brixey, Dickson, Watson, Larson, Sims, Cox, coach. Fourth row: I-Iarkey, Kenoyer, Wal- ton, Thompson, Coleman, joralemon, Sutliff, Crosswaite. Top row: Chase, Doe, San Mar- tin, Small, Fullerton, Childers, mgr., Cowart, Cappas, Livesay. 5 A at Q 2 K f fa 22 22535 ' if V .,.,..,,,.,,...: COACH GORDON COX CAPTAIN JIM BIRD COACH GLENN WARREN BL I ,am um, r,z:m,,w Left to right: Bird, Purkins, Peters, Whittenton, Brixey, Sparling. jiraf .Sling Line-left to right: Peters, Camacho, Brixey, Purkins, Dickson, Watsoin, Palmer. Back- field, left to right: Shegas, Bird, Sparling, Whittentoin. i J gina! Mcfory eague Sfanabngd Won Lost Tied Per Hoover .,....,A.......... 5 0 1 1.000 Sweetwater ............ 3 1 2 .7 5 0 San Diego ....e......... 4 2 0 ' .667 La. Jolla .......... ..... 3 2 1 .600 Coronado ...... ..... 2 3 1 .400 Point Loma .....,,..,., 1 4 1 .200 Grossmont ............ 0 6 O .000 FOOTBALL MANAGERS Tussing Shrewsbury Childers Jlhglggdla j 4? SU-I-ll 0, HOOVER 0.7Captz1in jim Bird plows through a gaping hole in the Hoover line behind the blocking of Brixey, Camacho, Purkins, and Whittenton. Stubborn Red Devil linemen held the vaunted Cardinal running attack in check and paved the way for a scoreless tie with the champs. SU-HI 15, GROSSMONT O. --Leroy jackson, dusky Su-hi hack, goes down after 21 short gain through the Grossmont line. Sweetwater had things as they p leased with the hapless Iioorhillers, and had pressure been exerted the Sweeties could have made the score more impressive. Peters and jackson scored the Su-hi touchdowns on passes from johnson and Shegas. sw re SU-HI 7, LA JOLLA 14.-jim Bird is 'hauled down over the goal line by three Vikings. However, efficient refereeing put the ball on one yard line. Injury-riddled Sweeties suffered their only defeat of the season, as Viking passes clicked for two touchdowns. Whittenton scored the Su-hi marker. .fl lf!Mn 1 ei SU-HI 6, CORONADO 6.gBuster johnson starts on an end run behind Bird, Whittenton, and Larson. Red Devil title hopes faded with the stubborn Coro nado defense stopping all of the Su-hi advances ex- cept oneg ia pass from jackson to Peters. Game ended with Sweeties on the Islander one yard line with a first down. 4J SU-HI 6, SAN DIEGO 0.-San Diego ball carrier i s stopped by john Brixey funseenj, and jim Bird, as Palmer, Whittenton, and Shegas rush forward to offer assistance. Sweeties pulled the victory over the vaunted Cavemen. jackson tallied the Su-hi touch down with an intercepted pass return of fifty five yards. SU-HI 18, POINT LOMA 0.-Behind the perfect blocking of Brixey, Dickson, and Whittenton, Don Sparling, standout Su-hi back, starts on a forty five yard touchdown jaunt. Pointers were no match for the powerful Su-hi machine that ran up sixteen first downs, and saw Bird, Peters, and Sieben score touch- downs. Rus. gafelgaf VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Bottom row: Pappas, Sims, Kenoyer, Ritchie. Middle row: Purkins, Olson, Peters, johnson, Dickson, mgr Top row: Shrewsbury, Graves, Whittenton, Bird, Ca macho, Cox, coach. Corea VARSITY , Sw. Op. Alumni ............,.,..... 19 15 Hoover ...,... 7 35 San Diego ...... 14 21 St. Augustine 22 16 La Jolla ........ 19 17 Grossmont ..,..,. 21 27 Point Lorna ......... 19 21 Vocational ......,....... 30 25 C. V. Merchants ...,... 20 28 Kearney ............,,.... 16 20 Coronado .........,.. 18 36 Won Loft 4 7 CEES Pt, Loma .....,....... .......,,...,. St. Augustine ........ Kearney ............ 28 Won Hoover ,....,,,. San Diego ....,. St. Augustine .,.... La Jolla ........., Grossmont .....,,,. Point Loma ...,... Vocational .,... Kearney ..,... Coronado ...,. S w. O 11. 6 32 26 16 6 Lo!! 9 0 BEE Sw 22 10 25 27 26 26 28 42 30 Won 5 Op, 39 26 9 36 41 19 12 16 20 Loft 4 BEE BASKETBALL Front row: Burns, Marsden, Fredlund, Thompson. Second row: Valencia, Hupp, Lake, Alonso, Grant. Top row: Childers, mgr., Boyd, Rinklieb, Mueller, Mangrum, Warren, coach. age eadon An inexperienced but hard fighting Sweetwater basketball team fell prey to most of their opponents and ended up seventh in the Victory League standings. Outstanding for the Devils were Alton Peters, guard, who earned an all-league berth, john Purkins, Rod Sims, and Carl Whittenton, forwards, 'lim Bird and Marvin Shrews- bury, centers, and Tom Olson. Gust Pappas, Hernan Camacho, and jim Kenoyer, guards, Highlight of the otherwise dismal season was the 19-17 upset of La Jolla. Although outplayed, the Devils managed to throw a scare into the Champion Cavemen before bowing to numerous reserves. Su-hi was the only team to hold the champs below thirty points, and ended the season third in defensive status. fs 7 ,MCi0I'g edgue Sfaningd Wfon Loi! PU. San Diego ...... 8 0 1.000 Hoover ...... 7 1 875 La Jolla ...... 5 3 625 Coronado ........... .... 5 3 625 Point Loma ........... .... - l 4 500 Kearney ..................... . . 5 500 SWEETWA1i'ER 5 5 375 Grossmont ........ l 7 .l25 Vocational .. l 7 125 ' ,Y 1. If'0LC Uardifg Front row: McFarland, Watson, Newport, Dickson, Comer, Franklin. Second row: Sims, Sutliff, Keenan, Curtis, Doe, Cameron. Top row: joralemon, Morse, Oliver, Shrewsbury, Coach Cox, Purkins, Close. , ra swf Front row: Froede, Lake, Mueller, Comas, Schmoke. Middle row: Brown, Beckett, Fredlund, Grant, Alonzo, Cox. Top row: Cowart, Mangrum, Hartin Cameron, Lozano, Stanford, Coach Cox. 602 Q Kneeling: Thompson, Lord, Gregory, Rivera. Standing: Flegal, Nelson, Hansen, Dickinson, Otis. Baaezaf Kneeling: Thompson, Sparling, Ballard, Kenoyer, johnson, Kelley, Ward, Beatty, Castro. Standing: Coach Warren, Champ, Bishop, Tussing, Carvajal, McClendon, Rinklieb, Val- encia, Marsden, Polk, Ottombrino, Light and Hatz. jenni5 TENNIS TEAM Bottom row: Don Sparling, Walter Palmer, Dick Lareau. Top row: Marvin Shrews- bury, Dick Bellous, Edward Graves. ,9T'ltI"6ll'l'Ll,l,l"CL! .S?00l"!6 . ' fs, W4 4. - . - - L 3 3 I MORNING FOOTBALL CHAMPS AFTERNOON FOOTBALL CHAMPS Standing: Kasser, King, Owens. Sitting: Front row: Stanford, Morse, Vicaldo. Top Ward, Bellows, Servatius. row: Casillas, Tomlinson, Otis. MORNING BASKETBALL CHAMPS AFTERNOON BASKETBALL CHAMPS Kneeling: Bellous, Carleton, Bonilla. Stand- Kneeling: Hanson, Stanford, Eureka. Stand ing: Knight, Short, Oliver. ing: Morse, Bacon, Otis. irli 7 Lgiaorfri gin .7e6iCA8I"5 Mrs. Doris Schaefer, Mrs. Ruth McCready, and Mrs. Melba Thomas discuss the past sports season on the sunny volley ball court. Mrs. Thomas replaced Mrs. Carol Langston early in the spring. These teachers have carried out the sports schedule during the half day sessions remarkably well. midi!! lam This year the drill team not only participated in school activities, but they also took part in victory parades and bond rallies within the community. The rhythm maids are, kneel- ing: Rector, Dickenson, Ellis. First row: Presley, Villalobos, Basset, Marin, Lucero, Castro, Field, Nordell, Lohman, Whitaker, Hayes. Second row: Casey, Hardina, Taylor, Southwick, Salazar, Evans, Matthews, Nestor, Esterblom. Third row: J. Stetler, Hanson, Horner, Bordwell, Phillips, Estes, Holderer, Duncan, Beck. 1 :Drum majoreffed FOR GLAMOUR Striking costumes and twirl- ing batons signified the drum majorettes. They were: joan McGlynn, Aloha Moore, Marilyn Fasig, Norma Watts, Bobbie jo Culver, Gloria Denham and Jessie Smith. jfag jwirdrd FOR THRILLS Twirling Hags to the rhythm of the band were Hag twirlers Rosecelia San Martin, Doro- thy Voges, Gloria Craig, L0- rene Page, and Greta jendros- sek. .Song olzavlerfn FOR SONGS Leading football fans in song with their colorful pom poms were Bettie Whittenton, Betty Perkins, Ellen Morse, and Sylvia Horowitz. QHCJQPJ Urging the team on to vic- tory with their rousing yells, Chuck Ferguson, May Miller, and Harry Wootters held po- sitions as cheer leaders. gadlefgaff Struggling for the ball are two basketball fans. il abil um, mf ghampd Good sportsmanship and teamwork made these girls the school champs in volley ball. They were: bottom row: Mason, Padilla, Romero, and Knight. 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