Tahoe Truckee High School - Chipmunk Yearbook (Truckee, CA)
- Class of 1957
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Betty Lou Raker
Our cieepest gratitucie is extencieci to one who has
given us,-through tier ciignifieci cievotion and tireless effort
.-the importance of high ideals, a better sense of vaiues,
gooci sportsmanship, fair piay and team work.
May our futures be guifieci by tier basic code of ai-
ways accepting time HBooiz of Rules.
To our beloved teacher anci friend, Miss Betty Lou
Raizer, this 1957 Ciiipmunk is respectfuiiy cieciicateci.
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Tahoe Trucleee High School is
a synonymous term for work and
play. Students must realize a
healthy balance between those
two factors leads to a well-
rounded life. Through hard worh
we realize the value of play.
Those of you who maintained
that ratio during your school
days learned an important lesf
son. Vve live in a great country
in which opportunities abound
to do hoth. Let not one over-
power the other: letis keep a
healthy halance hetween worle
Reginald E. Smart
President of Governing Board
Governing Board Clerlr
Superintendent of Schools
During the short space of time
as superintendent of your school
district, your actions have streng-
thened my convictions that the
young people of this great coun-
try of ours will assume future
students that they too will have
more of the same golden advan'
tages. It is the purpose of school
to provide opportunities so that
each individual may become a
hetter citizen. a hetter member
of his family, community, state,
and nation, and thereby insure
the selffdevelopment of succeed-
French and Maflmemaiics
Vocal and lnsfrumenfal Music
BeHy Lou Raker
Girls' Physical Educaiion,
Siudenf Body AC
Business Macllines, Bookkeeping,
Typing and Shorilwand
Core II, Science and Mafhemafics
Core IZ, Greai Books
Rowena CincoH'a CharloH'e Pafnoude
Core 8 Public Healfh Nurse
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Mainfena nce Supervisor Adminisirafive Assisfanf
Jacob Sfuari' L nn Kishbau l1
Lelf fo riqhl: Margare+ Madden, bookkee-per: Dorofhy S+ice,
adminiqrafive secrelaryy Mary Holden, clerlcq Helen Arms+rong,
regislrar and secrelary To lwiqlw school principal.
Leff lo riqhfz lleen Risdeng Phyllis Snyder, Roy Baker, librarian.
All stucients wish to express their Hthaniesu to the bus
drivers for their patience, courtesy an-ci cooperation.
Leif io righiz Bob Reaverson, Tahoma, Tahoe Ciiy io Truckeeg Aimen Abrahamiam,
Tahoma, Tahoe Ciiy To Truckee: Allen Newell, Kings Beach io Truckee: Erv Wafers,
Truckee io Donner Summit Paul Raush, Florision To Truckee: Sieve Cozzi, mechanicg
Harry Eaion, supervisor of iransporiaiion.
Leif 'ro righi: Phil Geirer, Hans Neilson, C. M. Arms+rong.
Being vice-president of the
student hotly is a high honor
hecause Tahoe Truckee High
School means a great deal to
me. By holding an office and
being a part of the stuclent gov-
ernment, I hope in my small way
I have servecl the school to the
best df my ability.
During the six years since the '57 Senior class
first entered Tahoe Truckee High School, many
changes and improvements have been seen in our
Student Government. The Student Council this year
has endeavored to maintain the tradition of the past.
and at the same time build new traditions for the
future. We have appreciated the opportunity of serv-
ing as your student hody officers and know that the
council that you have elected for next year will work
toward continuing the Wolverines' tradition of steadily
improving student government.
Our school has always been
characterized by its spirit, sports-
manship and friendly atmos-
phere. I will forever he grateful
and proud that I was part of
the tradition that is Tahoe
Truckee High School.
The gavel clescencled on its
mark to close the last Student
Council meeting of 1957, an
outstanding year in TnT's his-
tory, filled with numerous ach-
ievements. It has been a great
privilege to he one of the leaders
of Tahoe Truchee High School's
Student Government-an office
that will always be a memorable
and worthy experience to me.
Student Coun il
Lett to right: Norman Dewhurst, iaculty advisor1 Bob Traslc, Block T1 Carol Street, I2-l1Sharyn Wright,
lO- 1 Doug Ball, IO- 1Tom Sheehan, I2-21 Karen Decker, head cheerleaclem Lily Cushing, 8- 1 Tim
Risden, 8- 1 Don Van Hooser, ll- 1 Dean Holbrook, ll- 1Tim Molsberry, 9- 1 Luisa Sciu'H'o, 9- 1 Milne
Armstrong, 7- 1 Jerrie Grinstecl, 7- .
One of the best ways to learn something is to do it. The loest
way to learn how a democratic government functions is to participate in
one which will represent, thinli and spealc for them. Even more than
this, by doing the things a good citizen does, loy talcing significant steps
to alleviate a situation, or loy suggesting ways and means to improve an
unsatisfactory condition, the government ot your school becomes very
worth-While and real indeed. ln this, each student who accepts his
full active responsibility may enjoy the real loeneiits and rewards ot his
school governmentg those who choose not to participate must not and
can not have any complaints. For in the long run, your Student Council
belongs to you. It will he vigorous and strong or it will be suppressed
and wealc. Which one it is depends upon you, the students who run it,
the students oi Tahoe Truclcee High School.
-NORMAN K. ljliWllURS'l'
Class Vice-President 1, Trea
surer Transfer 2
Senior Band l. 2, 3, 4: Ac-
tors Ltd. 4: Dance Band 4
Frencli Club 4: Publication
Staff 4: Tennis Team 3, 4.
Class Treasurer 2, Secretary
4: Drama 2, President 4:
Spanish Club l. 2: YMCA
Representative l. 2. 3: Clwrus
1, 4: GAA l, 2, 3. 41 Song-
leacler l. 2. 3, 4: Heacl l, 4.
Spanislx Cluln 2: GAA l, 2,
3, 4: Chorus 3: Songleacler 2.
4, Head 3: Hoclcey Captain
4: Vvolverette 2, 3, 4.
Chorus lg Spanish Club 2, 3:
Intramural Sports 1, 3, 4
Baslcetlnall 3: Senior Play 4
Class Vice-President 2, 3,
president 4: Prom Cliairman
3: Bloclc T l, 2, 3, 4: Baslcet-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 3. 4:
Tennis Team 3, 4.
Drama 2: Clnorus 2. 3, 4:
Pulnlicutions 3: CAA l, 2, 3.
4: llnselmll. llaslu-tlmll ancl
Horlcey Awards 2, 3. 4: VVol-
vc-rotte 2. 3. 4.
Spanisll Club l. 2' Bancl l
2: CSF 1, 2. 3. 4: CAA 1, 2f
3: Vvolverette 3.
Transfer Mountain View 3:
Class Vice-President 4: CSF
3. 4: Baslcetball 3: Drama
Play 3: Boxing 4: Baseloall
4: Senior Play 4.
Jude' Commagere t
Class Representative l, Vice-
ljresident 2. Secretary 3: Stu-
dent Bocly Secretary 4: Editor
ol Annual 3, 4: Pep Club
Vice-Presiclent 3, 4: Lions
Club Spealcers Contest lst. 3:
2nd, l: GAA Point Recorder
4: Vvolverette 2. 3, 4.
Transfer San Ramon: Class
Presiclent 2. 3: Bloclc T 2. 3.
Secretary 4: Drama 2: French
Club President 4: Traclc Team
3, 4: Tennis Team 3, 4: Foot-
ball 2. 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3, 4.
Class Representative l, 2, 3:
GAA l, 2. 3, 4, Vice-Presb
clent 4, Treasurer 2, 3: CSF
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4,
Treasurer 23 Pep Clula Treas-
urer 3, 4: Senior Play 43 JV
Cheerleader 2: Varsity Clieer-
leader 3, Head 4: Wolverette
2, 3, 4.
Junior Skit 33 Baslcetlaall Free
Tllrow Awarcl 2: Intramural
Sports l, 2. 3, 4: Baslcetlxall
2, 33 Football 3, 43 Ping Pong
Tournament 3: Baseloall 2.
Talioe Truclcee Higli Sclioolg
l, 2, 3, 4: Baslcetlaall V2 year.
Bloclc T l, 2, 3, 4: Football
l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4.
Class Vice-Presiclent 4: Trea-
surer 2,31 Cliorus 1, 2, 4:
Drama 2, 3: Spanislm Club 1:
Bloclc T 3, Treasurer 4g Lions
Club Spealcers Contest 3:
Footlaall 2, 3, 4.
Senior Assembly 4, Varsity
Baslcetlaall Manager 4.
Intramural l. 2. 3: Basketball
3. Football 3, 4.
Gary Gunlrel Roger Halbert
Dean Herzog Robert Heuga Rosalie Kaspian
Transfer Ogden, Utall. 2: Slci Team 2: CSF 4: Actors Class Treasurer l, 4: GAA
Senior Play 4: lntramural Ltd. 4: YMCA Youth Con- l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Base-
Sports 2. 3: Boxing 2: Wrest- ference 4: Senior Play 4. ball 3: Hoclcey 4: Drama
ling 3: Rope Climb Clmam- Club l: Chorus 3, 4: Spanisll
pionsl1ip 3: Football 3, 4. Club 2: Songleader 4.
Class Secretary 1, 2: Student
Body Treasurer 45 Spanish
Club l, Secretary 2: GAA
Secretary 2, 3, 4: CSF Secre-
tary 2, 3, 4: Pep Club Sec-
retary 3, 43 Business Manager
of Annual 33 Lions Club
Spealcers Contest lst. i. 3:
2ncl, 2: Chorus 2: Drama 2:
Wolverette 2, 3, 4.
Rally Commission lg Swim-
ming Award 1: AGS Secre-
tary ig Transfer Burlingame
2: GAA 2, 4: Spanish Club
2: Hockey 4: Cheerleader 4:
Vvolverette Timelceeper 4.
Block T 1, 2, 3, 4: Traclc 3:
Baslcetloall 1: Football 1, 2,
WY Ken Lavery
Football lg Car Club l. Class President lg Eclitor,
Chipmunlc Chatter 4: JV
Cheerleader lg Varsity Cheer-
leader 4, Head 2, 3, GAA 1.
2, 3, 43 Drama 1, 2: Pep Club
1: Publications Stall 3, 4:
Vvolverette 1, 2, 3, 4.
Studs-nt Body Presiolvnl' 4:
Spamisll Club l, 2: Band l.
2: CSF 3. 4: Prom Clmir-
man 3: Publicalions 3: Pe-p
Club Presiclenl 3. 4: CAA
l. 3. pre-siclvnl 4: Vvolver-
vile- l. 13. 4: Caplnin l.
Sc-mor lluncl l, 2. 3. 4: Hum
llnncl 4: BAA 4: Boxing 2
3. 4: Svnior Play 4.
Joanne Palmer David Rickerf Be++e Robertson
Slurlr-nl llmly l,H'Siflf'lll fl: Trunslvr Sun livrnurdino 2: Spin' 1
illliliflllilll. ilrrsr. lsilllflllvl ii Ibrilnlil lilily 21 lllorlc 'V 2. 3. 3 1 l,ll I ll I I I C l0fll
il1I'illlSlvK'f' Kflfliilk, AlilSkil 3: 4: Fflollfilll. lgilSf'l'JilH. I5ilSkf'l' 5 1 Sl Illllr l0lr
film- Club l. 5: Sm: 2: Spun- In-II. Trnvlc 3. 4. C lu m r
isll Club l, Si-r. 2: ljrmnn
lg fwluss S4-vrvlury 4: Yuullr
l.1-nclc-rslmip Conli-sl 3: Publi'
vnlions Slnll 4: Svnior ljluy
Sluclc-nl Dire-rlor 4: 4.
SpillllSll lg Pep Club
4: Cllorus 2, 3, 4: Spring
Conceri ljrama 4:
GAA l. 3. 4: Vvolvvrvlle
CSF 1, 2. 4. Rep. 3: Flag-
lwirler lg Drill Team l: Span-
ish Club 2: GAA l. 2. 3. 4:
Hoclcey Captain 2. 3: Slci
lvleel 3: pf-p Clulw 3. 4:
Wolxfererie 3, 4.
Class President 3, Rep. 4:
Bloclc T l. 2, Prvsiclvnt 3, 4:
Senior Play 4: Foollnall l, 2.
3, 4: Basliellmall 3, 4: Slci-
ing 3: Boxing 2: Traclc,
Tennis 3: BAA l, 3, 4.
Band l. 3, 4: Senior As'
semluly 4: Dance Bancl 4.
Class Serrelury 3. R1-p. 4:
llre-siclc-nt 4: .IV Cllevrlvucler
4: Ski Qu:-en 2: Homvcom-
ing f2ueen 3: Spunisll Clulm
l, 2: Rotary Essay lsl lylncv
2: Cliorus l: CSF Dist. Conf
lerencc Presiclenl 3: GAA l,
2: Vvolverelic 2, 3. 4, Cap-
CSF 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Drama
l, 2. 3, 4: Plays 1.2. 3: YM-
CA Conference 4: French
Club 4: Cborus 4: Senior
Student' Body Vice-President
3: Bloclc T Representative 4:
Awards: Outstanding Boxer
2: Wrestler 3: Football Play-
er 3.4: BAA 1.2. 3. 4: Track
3: Basketball I, 2. 3. 4: Foot-
ball 2. 3. 4, Captain 4.
Class President Vive-Presh
dent 3: Cllorus l: Spanislm
Club l. 2: Senior Band l. 2.
-4: Dance Band 4: Block T l,
2. 3: Football l: Basketball l.
2, 3. 4: Baseball 2: Track.
Tennis 3. 4: Senior Play 4.
Nikki Ann Wing
Spanisb Club l 2: CSF 2. 3.
Treasurer 3: pep Club 3. 4:
YMCA Conference Treasurer
3: GAA 1, 2. 3, 4: Lions
Club Spealcers Contest l, 2.
3, 4: Drama 2: Vvolverette 3.
Transfer Nlendocino. Calil. 4:
Class President l. Vice-Presb
dent 2. 4: CSF President 3:
Student Body Vice President
4: Majorette l, 3. Head 2:
Glee Club l. 2, 3: GAA l.
2. 3: Basketball Team 2, 3.
The fall of 1954 at TnT was a scene of hedlam as a ramhunctious group of freshmen hegan their
high school days. Being the largest ciass to enter the new high school at the seventh grade level. the
class of '57 was divided into two core classes under the direction oi Miss Nia Finger and Mr. Smith.
The class officers that year were the following: Janice Mandeville, presidentg Linda Loynd. vice-'preside-nt:
Rosalie Kaspian, secretary: Karen Decker, lzeasurerg Jude' Commagere. class representative.
These enterprising freshmen contributed
eight members to the football squad, five to
the ioasicethali team, and Judy O'Neili and
Janice Niandeviile made the newly organized
VX7olverette team. The girls also proudly placed
third in the volley hail tourney that year.
The sophomore year brought more activities
and interests' to our spirited class and the core
ciass officers were as follows: Doug Cooke, Doug
Vvilson, president: Vves Bail, Jude' Commagere,
vice-president: Linda Loynd, JoAnn Allen, sec-
retaryg Jacquie Ahhott. Scott Gillmore, treasurer:
Karen Decker. Carol Trent, class representative. mm
Mr. Redd and Mr. Stewart suffered through our
sophomore year with us and Well always re-
member world history class and drivers, train-
ing twon't we, iVlarilyn?i. The Aloha dance
was a flashing highlight and it rated second
only to the Junior-Senior Prom that year. Vve
impressively displayed six hoys on the football
squad, eight on the hasicethail court and seven
girls on the Vvoiverette team.
Upperciassmen at iasti Mrs. Di Suvero tool:
the reins of the junior core classes. Class officers
were the following: Doug Cooke. Tom Sheehan.
president: Wes Bail, Doug Wilson, vice-presi-
dentg Carol Street, Jude' Commagere. secretary:
Scott Gilmore, treasurerg Karen Declcer, Carol
Trent. class representative. Our main objective
this year was money for the Junior'Senior Prom.
Pompom and refreshment stand sales contribu-
ted largely to this and the Junior Uchristmas
Fantasy dance was a successful help also. The
l,roni was lielcl in Ilie Falmle Room oi tlie lxlaies Hotel in Reno. wllere slit- tlleme ol' Stairway to
Stars was carried out lmeautifully. It was a great success under tlie leadersllip of Xves Ball and .lucly
U'Nt-ill. F0-K'ililll'lllt'Il ol- tlie prom committee. Tlie year
court will: liolm 'lqraslc and Doug VVilson on tlie varsity
VV4-'Il always rememlaer US. liistory classes fwliewll
llii- Vvolverettes' Fallon game.
Vve started our senior
senior assembly, wliicli was
ous core seliedule, and tlie
Decker, Doug Vvilson, and
tlie leading roles.
tlie Vvolverette team.
liundred sllort story reports
ITIOFP lull illld heilfl CIOSPI'
by our line teacliers and friends.
liumorous success. Our senior year was by far
tlie most enjoyable, informative and decisive.
lVlr. Ratlilaf put us tlirougli tlie paces of a rigor-
Vves Ball. .lerry Brown. president: Scott Gil-
more, Kirty Kiser. vice-president: Joanne Palmer.
.lacquie Abbott. secretary: Bob Armstrong, Rosa-
lie Kaspian. treasurer: Carol Street, Tom Sliee-
lian. class representatives. As Almighty Seniors
we gave tlie lirst annual Senior Cllristmas Ball.
witli tlle tlieme of niVlistletoe Magic . Qur sen'
ior play ol' Girl Crazy was a tremendous suc-
cess witli Harry Vvoodward. Bob Heuga, Tom
Slieelian. Dean Herzog. Jude' Commagere, Karen
Alliletically-minded. we outdid ourselves
tliis year. rl-lie varsity football and baslcetlnall
teams were composed of mainly seniors as was
VVe'll always rememlmer Dean Herzog's
interpretation of ELVIS at our assembly. tlie one
and Judy. tlie departure of Cary Gunlcel lor tlie
lxflarine Corps. opening nite of UGirl Crazy.
Cliris and Franlc, and tlwe niglit of graduation . .
Togetlier. we tlie class of '57, llave llad
we ever will be again. As we eacli go our
individual ways may we upllold tlie ideals and
standards ol our country as represented to us
of '55 nine of our boys were on tlie basketball
team. VVe liad ten girls on llie Nvolverette team.
tlie Future Occupations Project, Nlrs. Di. and
year by giving our
an entertaining and
class officers were:
Nikki Wing taking
tlvlr. Ratlilnlqi. Scott
to Pilfll otller tlian
Memories Are Made of Thus
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The juniors were kept quite luusy this year, reviewing United States history, and the
Declaration ol lndependence and outlining the Constitution. They have also loeen study-
ing music appreciation, poetry, and parliamentary procedure. For social activities the jun-
iors sponsored two dances, Alleghany Moonn and HAutumn Leavesf, The juniors took
good advantage of the fact that they sold all game refreshments, lay selling pompoms.
hookcovers, and uschool dazed, They sent entries to the Lions Cluh contest and many
athletes to participate in the Jayvee, Varsity loasketlaall and lootlball games. Alter ending
the year with a successful prom, the juniors are looking forward to their last year at Tahoe
Lett to right: Barry Graton, Dean Deyer, Dave Whitley, Stanley Balcer, Bob Striclr-
land, Fred Schultz, Jerry Tomplcings, Ron Kirby, Stan Dralculich, Irene Englehart, Jack
Cottey, Berger Nelson, Patricia Gunlcle, Joyce Hallett, Noland Little, Marilyn Boyer,
Sheila Fanger, Dean Holbrook, Floyd Cooper, Joyce Slate, Donald Van Hooser, Judy
Hastain, Sandra Tremayne, Kenny Osburn, Kit Schull, John Wood, Janice Grey.
Nancy Cruse, Alice Lander, Sandra Frank, Kenny Vaughan, Lloyd Robinson, Dave
Holleman, and Mr. Donald Trask.
llislory, lillQfllSll, drivers educalion and lraining were llie learning aims ol llle sopllo-
mori-s. lVlr. Holulm and lVlr. l'arley llrieifffl llie sludenls in llw lundamenlnls and slruc-
luru ol n Cnr. Ullocflc Around lhe Soclcf, El couples-only dance was a huge- success. bevcn
sophomore sluclenl were representatives al llme YMCA Youlll Conlerence. The sopho-
more-s also provided members lor llle Vvolverines, Vvolverelles, and lv. lmslwllmll
li-aims. Alilvr in lull year ol slrcnuous worli, llsle sophomores leel lllal llley are ready lo
lulu- an lmig slop upward lo lhe junior Class.
Lell lo righl: Jim Hulchings, John Firpo, Waller Trainor, Carlef Terlcildsen, George
Kenyon, Harold Brown, Dan Holub, Gavin Roberson, Marcia Gralon, Sharon Barlh,
John Quarlley, Nancy Kaspian, Janel Allen, Koby Kiser, Allan Young, Shirley Taylor,
Beverly Gunlzel, Sharon Bechdoll, JoAnn Van Hooser, Rosalie Frales, Shirley Kohl,
Chrisli Lander, Carol Ann Quilici, Anila Diaz, Nancy Walls, Janice Nolley, Bob
Hardin, Errol Kehm, Dorolhea Frey, Judy Vaukhan, Sharyn Wrighl, Larry Reid.
Luisa Sciullo, Linda Lloyd, Gary Holbrook, Sieve Cowan, Richard Beyer, Tome
Banyard, Jimmy Harper, Bob Williams, Dennis Rickerl, Waller Bailey, Craig Robin-
son, Rex Donaldson, Jimmy Hensley, Joe Romo, Phil Rausch, and Gary Hulbert
The class oi '60, under the guidance of Mrs. lvleiss, learned a great deal about
people and places in America and in foreign countries. They held debates and studied
English, literature, and speech malcing. Their two major products for the year were: auto-
biographies and vocational reports. Both were successfully completed. They participated
in a variety ol sports, sending memhers to the varsity lootball and J.V. baslcetball teams.
They produced two successful dances, one of which was very unusual, 'Blue Jean Bop.
The freshman year has been an eventful one, lull of preparation and accomplishments,
which give the freshman a sturdy foundation tor the coming year.
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Lett to right: Walter Mandeville, Richard Trent, Doug Ball, Judy Collins, Jerry
Beck, Karen Little, Bill Sanders, Bill Burchtield, Joe Montano, Frank Patton, Barbara
Neison, Dale Eaton, Steve Ayala, Nona Rae Coffey, Carla Nixon, Arlene Copeland,
Lydia Craig, Judy Fanger, Bob Merica, David Huntermeister, Debra Bradley, Linda
Morrell, Larry Rolison, Sherry Thatcher, Paul Mason, Stanley Stock, Peggy Hubbard.
Wilma Hensley, Gary Henry, lreda Harris, Thelma Meiss, George Boyer, Sherry
Curran, Carl Levy, Carol Bailey, Joe Kohl, Shirley Hall, Errol Kirby, Jim Loynd.
Paula Kaspian, Marty Kumle, Sharon Tremayne, Randy Schultz, Diane Speeter, Mitchel
Terlrilsden, Diane McGihon, Larry Hughes, Fred Davis, Diane Kenyon, Richard Brown,
Jess Marin, Jerry Cinani, Merrill Englehart, Sam Medford, and Don Brown.
Ylilu- lfightli firaclc- Core- Class has uncle-rtalwn several major mrojorts, under
lu-ailing ol Uvvinning fiur IIKl0lJ0Ild0Ilf'0H. This heading incluflecl panel discussions.
ports, plays, anrl other group works. Graphs and illustrated reports were the items on
sc'i4-iirv agvnrla. Slllllt'IllS have shown interest ancl promise in physical education and
Hel girls won tht- spve-rl hall tournament. 'lihe lfaster Dance was their big event oi
year with the whole- school participating. Alter having a spectacular graduation,
lfiglith firacli- is rc-acly to lu-ronw high school students.
Lett to right: Tony Calcagno, Ellen Rich, Jim Schull, Linda Barnett, Barton Stone,
Margie Pearson, Doug Single, Carrie Helgren, John Olinghouse, Diane Horvath,
Chuck Bergman, Sharon Worsham, Lily Cushing, Robert Balsavage, Varien Frey,
Tim Risden, Judy Giovannoni, Barbara Perry, Dorothy Corbin, Ruth. Parkhurst, Elethia
Marquis, Joan Brown, Alex Marin, Arthur Hulbert, Stettie Firpo, Quinton Kay, Donna
Moe, Tina Grudaman, Paul Quartly, Joan Decker, Kathy Seaquist, Rowena Cincotta,
Jimmy Heuga, John Hutchings, Carol Patnoude, Mike Kaspian, Amanda Sanders,
Jimmy Moore, Wanda Burchtield, Cynthia Reynolds, Barbara Kammerer, JoAnn
Pomin, Ronnie Borden, Mike Robinson, Ellen Hubbard, Robert Wentzel, Reggie Smart,
Gary Sciutto, Bill Notley, John Bervid, Curtis Draney, Clark Kydd, John Saarni,
and Trent Giannini.
This years, seventh grade has become acquainted with Tahoe Pllruclxee by learning
trom the various actions ot the older students and by adding to the spirit oi Tnlys rallies.
assemblies, and games. They have been briefed on the Eastern Hemisphere by Mrs.
Schultz and the use of maps. They have outlined their science boolcs, learning about at-
mosphere and weather. To help lceep up school activities they have participated in intra-
mural sports and produced the successtul Soda Pop Hopu. Tahoe Truclcee will be loolcin'T
torwardl to the hard-worlcing, high-spirited seventh graders and their tuture years at TnT.
Lett to right: Karen Grahn, Dewey Tachousky, Sharon Quinn, Charles Berger, Jeanne
Spitsen, Terry Walker, Terry Beck, David Decker, Terry Ellis, Dana Hamilton, Gene
Miller, Mary Pratt, Charles Glenn, Virginia Glass, Richard Baker, Frances Howard,
Dennis Ludlow, Sandra Farris, Mike Armstrong, Nell Ellis, Betty Proctor, Linda Gio-
vannoni, Sharon Quinn, Karen Smart, Leslie Androus, Dee Dee Frates, Berry Leaman,
Donna McReynolds, Stettie Cozy, Joan Nickelson, Wade Hensley, Pat Collins, Mike
Kumle, Pat Lewis, Olivia Montano, Dorette Rose, Kathy Graton, Evelyn Trent, JoAnn
Harden, Diana Gill, Kathleen York, Julia Fuentes, Linda Draney, Vickie Firpo, Cheryl
Bramlett, Dave Ayala, Wayne Poulsen, Carl Bechdolt, Joe Sheehan, Kenny Bailey,
Jim Osburn, John Roberson, David Bartucco, and Bob Howell.
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Lelr lo right Janice Mandeville, edilor of Doug Ball Leif +o riqlwfz John Firpo, sporls edi+or7 Pal'
Clwipmunlc Clwallery Jude' Commagere, Chip- Arl Edilor Gunkle, business manager and assislanl arf
nunlc edilor, edilor.
Leif +o right Harry Woodward, Bob Williams, Joanne Palmer, Allan Young,
Jim Harper, Mr. Alosi, advisor, and Gavin Roberson.
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Leif io righi:
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Leif +0 righi: Janice Mandeville, Varien Frey.
Janice Nolley, Nikki Ann Wing, Carol Sfreef, Linda
Loynd, Judy Vaughan, Luisa SciuHo, Anifa Anfillon,
Dorolhea Frey, Sherry Thafcher, Sheila Fanger,
Margie Pearson, Jackie AbboH', Janice Grey, Karen
Decker, Joan Decker, Carol Bailey, Nancy Walls,
Judy O'Neill, Valerie Mandeville, Judy Fanger,
Carol Ann Quilico, Shirley Taylor, Anila Diaz,
Sharyn Wrigh+, Arlene Copeland, Lydia Craig,
Cynlhia Reynolds, Koby Kisor, Janel' Allen, and
Q , Top fo bofiom:
Chrisry Landers Nancy Kaspian
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Leif +0 riqhlz Doug Wilson, Ken Lavery, Dave
Rickerl, KH Schull, Bob Williams, Bob Trask, Floyd
Cooper, Dave Holleman, Reggie Smarf, John
Wood, Wes Ball, Craig Robinson, L. J. Robinson,
Randy Schul+z, Ken Osburn, Fred Schul+z, Mar+y
Kumle, Mike Arms+rong, S+anley Sfock, Sfanley
Baker, Rex Donaldson, Dean Holbrook, Buzz Trainor,
Doug Cooke, Tom Sheehan, Kenny Vaughan, Sco'H
Joyce HalleH Anna An+illon Rosalie Kaspian Jackie Abbofi
Lell lo right Mike Kumle, Paul Mason, Randy Pomin, Richard Parr, Dorel'l'e Rose,
Donna McReynolds, John Olinghouse, president Tony Calcagno, vice president Nell
Ellis, secrelaryy Judy Giovannoni, Reg Smarl, David Decker, lreasurerg Mike Arm-
slrong, Tim Risden, Mrs. Schullz.
Lell lo right Don Van Hooser, Jude' Commagere, Allan Young, Bob Williams, Maylon Record Jerry
Thompkins, Harry Woodward, Bob Armslrong, Sheila Fanger, Shirley Taylor, Sharyn Wrighl Judy
Vaughan, Luisa Sciullo, Nancy Walls, Dean Beyer, Bob Heuga, Janice Grey, secrelaryg Berger Nelson
lreasurerg Janel Allen, vice-president Doug Cooke, president Dorolhea Frey, SCR: Slephen Marvin
sENioR BAND MUSIC
Lell lo right Jim Harper, Gavin Roberson, Maylon Record, Lydia Craig, Jim Hulchins, Joe Romo
Bob Armsirong, Sfanley Baker, Earl Kehm, Merroll Englel1ar+, Larry Rollison, Dennis Thomplcins, James
ringle, band clireclorg S+an S+oclc, Jim Loynd, Sam Medford, Doug Ball, Doug Wilson, Morris Allen
Harold Brown, Dennis Riclcerl.
Top fo bollom: Dean Herzog,
Joe Romo, Ernesline Alameda.
Nelda Slone, Bill Burclifield,
Rosalie Clirislensen, Jackie Ab-
bo++, Linda Lloyd, Judy Hasf-
ings, Joyce Sla+e, lrene Engle-
l'1ar'i', Rosalie Kaspian, James
Pringle, choir dire-clor.
WOLVERINE DANCE BAND
Leif lo riqhf: Merroll Engleharf, Dennis Thompkins, Sian Slock, Doug Ball, Larry Rollison, Maylon
Record, Maurice Allen, Bob Armslrong, Dennis Rickerf, Doug Wilson, James Pringle, band
C. S. F.
Leif 'ro righlz Sheila Fanger, Nikki Ann Wing, Bob Heuga, Berger Nelson, Bob Williams,
Janice Grey, Sharyn Wrigh.+, Dorolhea Frey, Marilyn Brown, Judy O'Neill, Sonia Schmid+,
Joanne Palmer, Harry Woodward, Carol Sfreef, president Karen Decker, vice-president
Linda Loynd, secrelaryg Luisa SciuHo, SCR: Shirley Taylor, lreasurerq Thelma Meiss,
Top lo bollom and loil' lo righlz S. Thalcher, C. Bailey, J. Decker, K. SmarI', K. York, D. Frales, T. Ellis, F
McQuinn, L. Barne'H, M. Pearson, J. Spilsen, P. Lewis, S. Quinn, N. Ellis, C. Helgren, V. Frey, J. Giovan-
noni, S. Tremayne, K. Kisor, L. Morrell, D. Bradley, K. Nixon, J. Fanger, T. Beck, J. Fuenles, D. McReynolds
R. Parkhursr, C. Palmoude, J. Brown, D. Moe, A. Sanders, B. Perry, C. Reynolds, J. Nickelson, L. SciuHo
J. Collins, V. Mandeville, J. Pomin, D. Horvalh, L. Cushing, S. Firpo, C. Bramlelr, D. Gill, S. Farris, F
Howard, E. Trenr, B. Gunkel, M. Gralon, J. Nolley, N.Crose, J. Vaughan, P. Gunkel, J. Gray, N. Slone, S
Frank, S. Worsham, B. Kammerer, K. Seaquisr, D. Corbin, E. Rich, C. Graron, L. Draney, O. Monlano, D
Rose, L. Giovannoni, S. Cozzi, V. Glass, N. Wa'H's, S. Wrighl, S. Schmidr, l. Engleharf, R. Chris+ensen, T
Gruendemann, W. Burchfield, E. Hubbard, S. Kohl, P. Slinclzfield, J. Haslain, J. AbboH, V. Firpo, B. Nelson
D. D. Speefer, A. Lander, N. Wing, A, Diaz, C. Lander, P. Kaspian, L. Craig, A. Copeland, J. O'Neill, K
Decker, L. Loynd, S. Fanger, D. Frey, J. Allen, S, Taylor, A. Anlillon, J. Mandeville, J. Commagere.
Douglas . .
Carson . .
Stewart . .
Loyalton . .
Top row, le'F+ fo right Coach Drakulich, Dennis Ricker+, Buzz Trainor, Mariy Kumle, Bill Lock-
eH', Bob Williams, Rich Brown, Randy Schullz, Craig Robinson, Gary Holbrook, Reg Smar'l',
manager: Sian Sloclc, John Firpo, Jom Lloyncl, Allan Young, Joe Monlano, manager: Milre
Buzz Trainor Craig Robinson
Gua rd Forward
JAY VEE SCORES
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Top row, IeH io righl: Dean Herzog, Jerry Brown, Richard Trenl, Jess Marin, Maurice
Allen, Doug Ball, L J Robinson, Coach Drakulich, John Hufchings, Mike Kaspian, Nicky
Sfone, Quinlon Kay, Jerry Cinani, Bill Conners, Maylon Record.
Top row, Ief+ +o righi: Wall Mandeville, Joe Romo. Ken Osburn, Craig Robinson, Dennis Rickerf, Buzz
Trainor, Randy Schullz, Rich Brown, Bill Sanders, Coach Trask, Jim Hulchings, Dale Ealon, Sam Med-
ford, S+anley Baker, John Quarferley, Larry Rolinson, and Larry Hughes.
FO RWA RDS
Top leff in Ihe Sfone.
Schmidl, ScuiHo, Taylor.
Mandeville, Fanger, Decker,
Allen. O'Neill, Coach Ralier,
Slreel, Frey, Anfillion, Chris-
'I'iansen, Loynd, Bechdolh
Vaughan, Commagere' and
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Soullw Tahoe 26
Nevada Universily 27
Soufh Tahoe IO
Yeringlon ,D 32
Manogue .. 6
Top row, lell +o righlz Sheehan, Nelson, Vaughn, Riclcer+, Gunlcel. Row 'rwo: Trask, Cooke,
Ball, Wilson. Row lhreez Robinson, Holbrook, Osburn ancl Coach Brehler.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
TnT Opp. TnT Opp.
Soulh Tahoe Reno ,,.,A,, ,,,. . 37
Carson Cily ,, Loveloclc 7 35
Layalm 5 Douglas up 5 45
Soulh Tahoe , Loyallon . V 54
I'-lawlhorne Winnemucca 4l
Yeringlon Y, Douglas H 55
, Reno Y, Manogue 46
,, Slewarl , Slewarl ,,,,, ..,,o 4 l
, Lovelocgk 7, , Douglas ., ,, .a,. 46
Riclrerf Ball Cooke
Wilson Sheehan Trask
Lefl 'ro right lop lo bollomz Gary Henry, Doug Ball, Billy Conners, Sherry
Tl1a+cher, KH' Schull, ScoH Gilmore, Rex Donaldson, and John Wood.
Tlie slci team finished willl llying
colors tlwis year placing second tliree times
and liirsl once in llie four me-els entered.
Terry Tollelson. slci coaclw, has billed
one ol tlie lgesl slci leams' Talloe-Truclcee
G. A. A.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
Lef+ fo right An+illon, Chrisfensen, Manderville, Alameda, Commagere, Wing Sfone
Lloynd, S+ree+, Abbo++, O'NeilI. Kneeling: Kaspian, Kiser, Schmidt Decker.
GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAM
Top row, leH fo right Scl'1.mid+, S+one, S+ree+, Loynd, Commagere, AbboH'. Second row
Wing, Decker, O'Neill, An+iIlon, Kaspian, Chris+ensen.
Right Dan Holub, assislanf
foolball coach: BeHy Lou
Raker, Wolverelfes, girls'
physical educalionp and Jim
Brehler, varsify baslcelball,
boys' physical eclucarion.
Lellz Sfan Drakulich, varsify
loolball, iunior varsily bas-
kefball, and boys' physical
eclucalriong Rober'r Trask,
wresflinqg Richard Hampf,
BOB HEUOA 81 DEAN I-IERZOO
NIKKI ANN WING
RZOO 81 BOB HEUGA
Our Siim-rc llianlcs an k QL-JILICI 1'
extended to Carol Ann U
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in ,,l,.,i.,,ii,i,,iiy mi fb' W'
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willingly given no add lo Eh
our 1957 Cliipmuiik.
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Smile, Enjoyable, Good Guy. Bollomz Ex+ra Curriculum, Guess Who' Who Dunm+7
Lei! ea? ouH
Runnin - Passing
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I. Darn! 4. Take ill
2. You See . . . 5. Slciing anyone?
3. Smiles 6. Hmmm . . .
7. Wlwal nexl?
8. Music Ma-slersl II. Surprise!
9. Happy lime. IZ. The llwinlcer.
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I4. Somelliing smells!
To the Class of '57:
This year may have seemeol one of finality, for it conclucles your
experiences in a high school you have loved and in a school that has
loved you in return. Although you have completecl those wonderful
clays that are recallahle only in your innermost memories, there they
will live forever for you to treasure always. These memories are now
some of your most valuable possessions.
As you step on into life you will realize this year, as well as all
your high school clays, have not been an ending hut rather a begin-
ning, an auspicious introduction to the happiness you will cliscover as
your experiences increase clay lay clay.
You have done well. You are beginning a new part of your life.
l and the faculty of Tahoe Truckee High School only hope we can
have contributed in some small way to your future happiness and
HI tNt ERS!
ANOtHER YEAR IS OVER! It'S tIME FOR '57 tO tAKE
A PLACE IN MEMORY AND tNt tRADItION. :HIS YEAR
MY JOB HAS BEEN SMALL, SINCE SPORtSMANSHIP
HAS SURELY BECOME A WAY OF LIFE At tNt. A WAY
VVHICH RARELY FALIERS. OUR tEAMS HAVE NEVER
SHOVVN AS MUCH SPIRIt OR ABILItY, AND tHEY ARE
StILL GEHING BEttER. It'S BEEN A FUN YEAR, AND MANY
tHINGS HAVE BEEN DONE.
LEl'S BID FAREWELL tO A WONDERFUL GROUP
OF SENIORS AND LOOK FORWARD tO WELCOMING
NEW FACES, BEING SURE tHAt EACH CLASS IN :URN
VVILL DO ItS PARt tO ADVANCE tHE StANDING OF
tAHOE IRUCKEE HIGH SCHOOL.
NVILL BE SEEING YOU NEXt YEAR tO CONtINUE
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Siesta Pines Motel
Fred and Alysmae Schultz
Tahoe City Lumber Co.
M. S. Spitsen. Owner
Alpine Glass Company
Byron E. Morris, President
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Your Favorite Drink
Bill Sr. 8: Jr.
F. P. Faust
Sunnyside Lodge 84 Boat Co.
Goodfellows Coffee Shop
Headquarters for Good Eating
R. C. Smart
Harry T. Salmon
Waddell's Slcylake Motel
Red and Mary Lou Waddell
Jack and Nadine Neugebauer
Charles and Pearl Heller
Tahoe City Cabona S
J R and M S Sears Ametta and Nace Firpo
Sierra Club Kehoe's General Merchandise
Norden. California Basil T' Kehoe' 'lr'
Armanlco Cffice Supply Co. Allen l-- Sklar. MD-
M. L. Armanlco
Kings Beach, California
L. O. Prawn, Manager
B ron Abbott, Plurnbin
Byron Abbott - Kings Beach, Calif.
Cedar Glen Lodge
Mr. and Mrs. l'l. l.. Gunlcel
Osburn Super Service
Charles V. Osburn
Bank ot America
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935 Ferris Lane, Reno, Nevada
Ralph R. Franlc
Doyle McGwinn, Prop.
Ray 84 Milce's Shell Station
Ray Bergman and Michael Cinani
Conger's Cate and Motel
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conger
Tahoe Forrest Hospital
The Whole Gang
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