Trona High School - Telescope Yearbook (Trona, CA)

 - Class of 1947

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C ' -Photo by Lonsford Three 35:5-v 15 I I I I E 1 0 t I cgnpod 4 l I Page l 4 THE LAST ROUND-UP 5 Senior Section 5 I AROUND THE RANCH ' Official Business ......................... 21 , IF YOU WANT TO BE A COWBOY I Classed By Grades ............,...., 27 RIDIN' N' ROPIN ' Classed By Subiects ........ 33 l , STAMPEDE l, Assemblies ............................ 37 : DOlN'S AT THE RANCH HOUSE 1: Social Affairs ..................... ........ 4 5 f RoLuN' ALONG l , Organizations ...... 51 I RODEO i Athletics ...........................,.... 61 'I OUT WHERE THE WEST BEGINS , Snapshots .....,..................,.. 79 I l l I l l l l lr 'I 1,1-:: - Four Jie Ja wana'-Mya ' u Q f ,I - a - ' fi - I mf ? 'kg' fi! Fi E ' X-'Z' sv, ' j ZfQQL ' 'Z ' , b'5?i:T ffiggg? - 'V-Q:a- 1 . "ck Q4 7 X H f ::i23657,l? IH -oQ5iWf '7' "47Z"9,?v4'f f 4? ' N 4 U W Q Q ' I I ' iff E X ', I -5 -,XJ -Q, Wx,3,' ,f ' Ig lf wJ',1 5 f I' ,L-Eff! 1- 51 'A ' 53 1-s 1 3, RU' 4 Y I 1 ' ., -'Q' , S 5 , - , - Z ' if fi' N r 4 1. C ' ' ax' ' - -4' f4 f ,IA flat!!! K 'A ' ' . - 'gf ', "N ' 1 of ,fg ' f Cowlzanda TED MEYER Senior Class President Telescope Photographer Chemistry Club Physics Club ,fini 9142! sm wud. HELEN WACHERL Student Body Treasurer, '45, ,46, '47 Senior Class Secretary Physics Club Chemistry Club ' Five COWhdn6lJ ROSS DURLAND Student Body President Senior Class Vice-President Student Body Athletic Chairman, '46 Football, '43, '44, '4-5. '46 Basketball, '46, '47 Track, '47 Varsity Club Chemistry Club Physics Club NADINE BISHOP Senior Class Trensurti Annual Staff Six 4 'AJ . Mx 4,0 MO' yy, COWLGMJJ N , l M I o I N wr s DICK GOSS Football, '47 Annual Art Varsity Club J KDONNA BENTHAM Tclcwopc C0-Editor Girls' Arhlcric ASSK3ClQlflOD Student Body Sccrctary Srl ru Cowlmmla f GENE MCKINNEY Telescope Business Manager Football, '46 Varsity Club Basketball, '46, '47 Student Body Progrgmi Chairman Track Manager, '46 JONELL LINES Telescope Co-Editor Girls' Athletic Association ,45, '46, '47 Student Body Secretary, '46 Cheer Leader, ,46 Eight mfr 72274. fmfk fir, 11:4 M,..J,5,g ' -Q -W I K 1 C ' af A-.l-K U: 2, A f -14: 444 Lllmmx miata' J 3., ..s1'17'lll9u 1 V' as fn. IVLMIMA -ohLIQl"'fhl.lM- viii? Cowlzancld PAT DELAVAN lfootbnll Manngcr '-H l'nutl1.lll, '46 IJl'LlI1l.lIlC3, '46 Cllmumisrry Club Varsity Club Track, '46, '47 f fl- l -'i P ,DL - -' ev A ' W' of 5, .,,. 4. f 'D l ., . 1. J CAROLYN REYNOLDS 0 o.Al1lll'l.lI Stall' Girls'Atl1lctlc Association '47 Nim' Egg qwxaincla 1 ,fl x, , rl lux ,XXX F? DONALD CAREY Slate Editor Varsity Club Stage Sound Man Football Manager, '46 ii Egfr Lfsfdl ELEANOR BRINK Chemistry Club Annual Staff Tru ,M Cowlzancb X W www W5 wi ff M 5ffYW,4 ,www M2 , LARRY REEV Cf v- 0 I b ll 45 6 D 6 W VIIFSIIQ' Club Track, '47 Q JM JUNE SELTZER y C, ub Girls, Atllictic A550 J Q MMM 'J if A J Cowlzancb wk? FRED SWAZE Track Manager, '47 BLISICCIIDLIII, '47 Varsity Club Annual Staff Im I, NIRYIQEPQ I fx ,. X I 1 , AX' 'WA 1 xxx Y I ,IX My nn INK' VIRGINIA SEYBERT Annual Stuff Tuvl 1 '1' Cowlzancld C2 CAROL INSLEY Football. '46 Varsity Club Track, '46, '47 I ENGLEBERT RUSA Football, '45, '46 Annual Stuff Varsity Club Basketball, '45 Tbirlvvn CUWAHHCIJ ELDEN PRATT V rfrran Football Basketball Varsity Club JIM HAUGHTON lIl'ft'I'tIl1 Student liody President, ,4. l7O0tl511ll Baslwrball XVII" ity Club FOII'7'f1'l'lI COWlI,anClJ BILL RYAN Vz'f1'ra11 Student Body President '42 Football Basketball Varsity Club MR. FRANKLIN Senior Class Sponsor Fifteen e4t in the Wea! Bark Row: Ross Durland, Carol Insley, Larry Sl'l'0I1tI'R0lL'2 Teddy Meyer, Gene McKinney, Pac Reeves, Dick Goss. Delavan, Bert Rusa, Donald Carey, Fred Swaze. Firxf Row: Eleanor Brink, Carolyn Reynolds, Vir- ginia Seybcrt, Donna Bentham, Joncll Lines, He'en Whcher, Nadine Bishop. Si.x'fc'c'n 'I 'I 'I 'I I I C 'I I I I I I I I 5555- A5fA5:3A75AA 5'AA- 'AA' AAA- 'AAJ5:v Ifiiiv ?:5A -fviifffifw 'I 'I 1, I, 1, 'I 'I I , 5: I o 2 h o 'I I I - oo an own f e rat I I 31 I 'I I I tl l l I 'I I JUSTICE IN THE DESERT E ' :E I II I It is a lazy afternoon in the year 1957. We Thinking it might be fairly simple to capture I see chief constable of Trona, Ted Meyer, with this notorious gentleman, Meyer hopped a fast I , I I his beautiful and efficient secretary Donna Bent- freight to see Eleanor Brink. There she informed I ham, comfortably seated on his lap. He picks up him that Durland's old friend, Jim Hilughwfli I I the "Carey Tribune," edited by his old friend, now an admiral in the Navy, had tried to per- :I I I Donald. There on the front page is a smiling suade him to join the Navy. At the same time I picture of evcryone's friend, Pat Delavan, who is Marine General Elden PTM! had HIIICIIIPICY-1 ill' I I A I I running against the henpecked husband's favorite ducing him to join the Corps. I fhv'll fake 'Cm Off YOUI' h2mdSI-i Dick Goss, f0I' However, Durland had refused both offers in E thc POS! of MHYOI' of lnyokern- order to direct Helen Wacher and Billy Ryan, . I I Turning the Page Meyer discovers an adver- starring in Perfect Crime, Or, Who Put the l - ' Q n 'I I tisement of Gene McKinney's Dancing School Pmson In Mr' Franklms Chowder' I which boasts of the glamorous Nadine Bishop and MCYC1' immCdiHfClY jumped 011 his atomic- I jonell Lines 35 instructors, powered, jet-propelled, chrome-plated motorcycle II I 'I E on the following Page is an article written in made by the fired Swaze-Carol Insley Manufactur- I blank verse by Larry Reeves in which is offered mg Corporation' and Set out for Hollywood' I a reward for the scientific safecracker, Ross Dur- Arrlvmg at the Camlme Reynolds Produc' I . - l I land. In the absence of 3 photograph of the Cul- tions, Theodore at last captured the elusive Dur- prit fcameras were held at bay by the nosej, the land' I I noted illustrator, Englebert Rusa, had drawn his .lust 35 he Was handcufflng R055 3 Satisfied I I picture, customer testified that D u r l a nd scientifically 'I 'I E just then Sheriff Meyer happened to glance at opened only safes of people who had forgotten I a calendar on his desk. There, drawn by his old their combinations' I classmate, Eleanor Brink, W3S the male COUHICI- Meyer returned L0 Trong where his red face I P211 of the VHFSH Girl. the Brink Man, and sur- would not be noticed in the desert sunset. I: prisingly the face was that of Durland. -By Austin Smith and Lois Lyons. I . .I 'I 'I 'I 'I AJ: - -A--A-.-..- A.- .A.. - ...A... -- - 'I ' "--' '- "'- '- "--' v-v- v --- --:: :::::::-----::::::,5 I 9- Sevente FOI enior in I, Donald Carey, leave my wolfish ways to Bobby Todd since he is so naive. To Lillian Fair, I, Eleanor Brink, leave my vim, vigor and vitality. I, Nadine Bishop, leave my dainty and petite mannerisms to Delores Jueneman. I, Donna Bentham, leave my ability to flirt to Pauline Williams. To Lois Lyons, I, Pat Delavan, leave my love of arguing with Mr. Franklin. I, Ross Durland, leave my scientific ingenuity to Carol Kutsky. I, Dick Goss, leave my hair goo and curlers to Neil Samuels. He can use them. To Vonda Lee Hammond, I, Carol Insley, leave my excellent artistic ability. I, Jonell Lines, leave my beautiful leather purse to Virginia Allen, because she never carries a purse. I, Ted Meyer, bequeath my Civic outlines to Austin Smith so that he won't have to make any next year. To Lee Seltzer, I, Gene McKinney, leave my smooth, clean-shaven face. To Carol Petersen, I, Larry Reeves, leave my enthusiasm and school spirit. I, Carolyn Reynolds, leave to Rita Jackson, my anxiety for the end of my Senior year. I, Engelbert Rusa, will my dark romantic air to Bobby "Romeo" Payne. To Geraldine Clark, I, June Seltzer, beaqueath I Virginia Seybert leave my enthusiasm for studying to Glyn Edwards. To Tommy Dunne, I, Fred Swaze, will my set of tools for tire changing. Just in C386 he might need them. I, Helen Wacher, will my dextrous ability to use a peroxide bottle to Gloria Bethel, so I won't have to help her any more. I, Dick Goss, le-ave m "neat hot-rod" to Gene Y Zepp, in case his wears out by next year. I, Pat Delavan, leave my ability to run the 1320 to Chuck Wallace. To Viola Marshall, I, Donna Bentham, leave my daily trek to the post oHice. I, Virginia Seybert, leave my jovial laughter to Eloise Duvall. To Mary Hurtado, Jonell Lines leaves her ability to sing which she got from Gloria Mc- Nabola. I, Carolyn Reynolds, will my typing ability to Pat Poland. I, June Seltzer, leave my shiny new tooth to Pat Lakes so she can play with it next year. To Eleanor Olberg, I, Helen Wacher, leave all the various paraphernalia that I have in my locker. I, Ross Durland, leave my he-man build to Charles "Mole-culev Russell. I, Eleanor Brink, bequeath my knowledge of Senior Composition to Bill MacGavin. To Phyllis Dilbeck, I, Donald Carey, leave my wad of bubble gum. I, Carol Insley, leave my extra dog muzzle to Bob MacGavin to be worn in Bookkeeping. my noon-time rendezvous. 9 S E igbteen Stetaona and Utfzerwiae Yep, every year the Seniors bust out for Hat Day. As you can plainly sec, the wilder the headgear the better. N infwlr ,-...L on ,i gence Me .yn if V. ...,, gs 7'lL'l'IIf,j' Another Senior tradition is the annual "Ditch-Dayf' Led by Mr. Franklin, the members of the graduating class take a holiday in Death Valley. Qi A .mia 5"""L""5"L-- 1. -z tu' """"" i V x 4 ""jQriyi1:, 1, 3: 'Y , wx ,- W . .. .'W!-PM-I 'A-Pi' M r, 253' :Ky fr: :"'1 ...wp-.N-A. . -f,: ,cum- fi., - - Wfu.. E .J-iq v' ' ""?,lf!!53w1T . rw- . 'md W.. 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V f f :f TE , Y'-1 v:.i55l iii- 'ff' ' " '- jfzww. g 5' li-A - ' :fl in k wi" ff . vf u.. Ai. uf - - f ,V ' U1 ' . 111 :A K- L , "C . 'Y f"'?fw I -. x F' 7 "iQ."5': '5 ' wg?-5 . 4. Q.. 1 D2 - f , ' ,. HG-f' fnffi, U , . ai. -FT 1 . '- 'T' , , vf ' w.. ' . be irq! . -hr ' .gsfm . .mc - ' 'If . 1-1-4 .f -.5 ww ff.. . 1 we -f- W , .- 4-Lfx l ., 'U En. u 1 "I N .. AH' V . . X ' x ,Q .v ' .Asif t x .-mg, . ' A.. YQ 'H 5.7 IE" -2' D mon is c mighty bus . Th oreman of the Ranch THOMAS M. CHENEY I0""4"" "l"l""', 1 ffwf Wi ' f istrict Superintendent ond Principal of the high school, our fore- y mon e Class of 1947 thanks him for the help, backing, and leadershi he ha p s given us, ond hopes to express this thanks by future accomplishment. Twenty-one Pang el? CLAIR E. FRANKLIN B.S., M.S., Ohio State' Teacher of: Science and Shop Sponsor of: Student Council, Basketball Team, Chemistry Club, Senior Class MARY A. KINSELLA B.A., College of Sf. Benedict, Minn. Librarian Sponsor of: G.S.L. and Sophomore Class ROYAL S. WEYMOUTH B.A., M.A., Boston University Teacher of: Mathematics Sponsor of: Student Body Treasury and Orchestra NELLIE DILLON B.A., Olaio Staff' Teacher of: Eighth Grade and Home Economics Sponsor of: Eighth Grade T1lJl'7lfy-flL'0 JEANNE CARLSON B.A., U.C.L.A. Teacher of: Art and Commerce Sponsor of: The Telescope and The Slate n 7711. MAXWEL A . RAFFERTY B.A., U.C.L.A. Teacher of: English, Civics, Latin, Spanish and Physical Education Sponsor of: Varsity Club, Football Team and Junior Class MARIE LEE B.A., Oklahoma University Teacher of: Seventh Grade and Physical Education Sponsor of: G.A.A. and Seventh Grade RALPH MERRILL B.A., Pomona Teacher of: English, Social Studies, and Physical Education Sponsor of: Junior fVarsity, Track Team, and Freshman Class e 50445 Mice A Y h W 'Y We tw 'I W 1' 'Q and liwtcla Quczndn, Secretary to thc student crow, acts as ovcrsccr in ll Superintendent, and part of her tlmousand-and-one duties. 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' i , , e. 4' Carol Petersen, Mr. Rafferty, Robert Payne, Delores Juen- eman, Viola Mar- shall, Mary Hurtado Austin Smith, Gloria Bethel, Vonda Lee Hammond, Neil Sam- uels. Pat Poland, Lois Lyons, Bob Todd, Bob MacGavin. Eloise Duvall, Pat Lakes, Carol Kutsky, Eleanor Olberg, Rita Jackson, Bill Mac- Gavin, Glynn Ed- wards, Virginia Al- len, Geraldine Clark, Lee Seltzer, Gene Zepp, Lillian Fair, Phyllis Dilbeck, Charles Russell, Pau- line Williams, Tom- my Dunne. I O , fa! U1 T uxrnfy-sc um I O y ra: an y Back -row: Bill Webster, Bob Webster, ,lack Mol- Srcond row: Kathy Grau, Wanda Hicks, Peggy letti, Pauldin Smith, President Bob Smith, Orien Campbell, Arlene Slafter, Louise Hunter, Barbara Bayne, Jim McGregor, Russell Rector, Dick Best. Storrs, Shirley Trotter, Norma Hall, Peggy Dorwatd, ' Mary Lineback, Howard Stavers, Pat Hurlocker. Third row: Alice Quezada, Rachel Hurtado, Maxine Wilson, Doris Slafter, Amy Garcia. The Tenth Grade has already proved its ability to become a Junior Class of distinction by giving an excellent Sophomore Christmas dance. Twenty-eight C O , Pal U1 lmfl lu riglrl: Tfzirff row: vluc Ramos, Ray Bell. Sawnnf l'0Il'2 Tommy Lyons, St'l'l'l'flll'-Y Cecelia ,Ioyvc Cllarli, lla XXIUFINLIII, -lcrry Vi'nll.1cc. Larry Duvall, KI.ll1lCC W':ill.icc, Roscinguy lvlnciiavin, Agnes l4.ll5l.lI1, Miclmcl Robinson, 'l4l'l'tl.YlIl'l'V Arthur Lewis, Contreras, BLll'b1ll'll May, Dorothy Dilbccli, Pr'r'xidr'r1f Alvin lslollimnn. Gordon Carey, -Ioan McGregor. l"i':'.xf rrur: llifl'-Pl'l'.Xitll'llf Ifdmund lfrcnycn, jerry lfyrc. Alice Hurtndo, Janis Sommcrs. Dorolliy Dc- Young, X'VLllCI'lQl Pipliin, Hugh Anderson, xI.rry Circgory. The Ninth Grade has this year proved itself an important part of the high school. One of its most important contributions was its leadership in the funds for the school record collection. Sometimes called "MerriII's Marauders," for their sponsor, Mr. Ralph Merrill, these buckaroos are be- coming real leaders. Tu'1'nfy-nim' Q Q 7 fa! U1 Eighth Graders are: Fmzrfb -rozv: John Lineback, Trenxzlwr Arthur Petersen, Bill Roberson, l'1'f'xii1r'11l Ronald Holliman, Jack Haclxman. Tbiril mzv: Donald Grau, Nancy Briggs, Virginia Samuels, Eileen Robinson, Reita Harris, Joyce Knight, Bob Downs. Thirty Sl'l'0lllf row: True Seaborn, Bobby Stevens, Vin'- Pl'l'Silfl'l7f Wilma Dansby, Barbara Hall, Beverly Simpson, Rose XVebster, Se4'1'z'fm'y Rosie Garcia, Clinton Heavner. Firsf row: Chad Smith, Tommy Lovelady, Marion Stegcr, Holly I-Iurloclccr, Rena Worman, Marie Diehl, Ira Russell. Miss Nellie Dillon and the Eighth Grade have had a busy year in Junior High activities. Lively parties and a strong class organization have kept them hopping. rai in' The class of 1952 has had a lively year learning to become one of the high school groups. Led by Miss Marie Lee the Seventh Grade has contributed to the school in many ways. i Reading from left to right, thc class mcmbcrs arc: Ifnnrfln row: Donald johnson, john Marshall, Richard lflulscy, Donald Dill, Kay Martin, Dolores Barlwc, Mildred Pitt. Tfvirrl rout llr4'.i'iJr'11f lfranlilin Pillott, Bob Blakely, NX'arrcn Parmclcc, Bruce Robinson, Dale Lyrlc, Bill johnson, Pat Wallace, jackie Srich, Vin'- l'rr'.xirlr'fll Clolcnc Xv'Clll5J'lLlIT1. Sl'l'UlIll rout Manuel Quczada, Bing Harris, Margie Trotter, Sz'r'rr'lar-y Naomi Lincback, Pat Harris, Bcvcrly Shamcl, Barbara Barnhardt, Polly Ann Meagher, Shirley Nelson, 'I'rr'axnrr'r Raymond Hunter, Carmen Lcdesma. I-'irxl -rnrr: Kenny Cheney, jesus Hurtado, Dalc Knight. , , 1 4 N., ' Q'j""W M'N'foAA- Munro f 4 .W f . ., l ,iw . -f , ' - ,4 4,1 f. ,, r W Q A Q X ,, L . '-q,,,,. ' ,, ' eregr-M M2 "mi a ,,. . .,,, ,A 4' 2 - ' , , A -i ' ' i . A . t. ,r .---:: f ... .. ..,.. N "ri A, ,,,g., .. .s.,,,' Tlnirly-mir' oceanin' on flue Ol' Zap Rai! Rfdwu' ' 'mf X 4X fyfp XXX T Gef Along Lil' Dogies STUDY llAl,I. .llul lihrary .ure umler Miss Kll1SL'll.llS care. XVheth- er you drop in to see what Dick Tracy is up to or whether you're getting in QI chemistry assignment, the librnry's the place to go. SIQNKFR CX DMPOSI- TIUN under Mr. Raf- ferty is the FC.lS0l'l why our College l'rep.1r.1tory stualents p.lss their en- ll'.ll1L'C exams. l5lOl.OCiY is .1 scri- ous study .ll Tron.: High School, thanlss to Mr. Franklin. ll's Q1 real l.ll3Ul'.Il0I'Y science .xml H0 LQINB' 0l1L'. Tbirly-fozlr Bronc-Busfin' TYPING is one sub- ject that everybody finds useful and every- body wants to take it. New machines and other equipment have helped n lot this year. THE PERFECT SCC- retary needs shorthand so here you see a group of future "perfections" learning their up- strokes and brief forms. SHOP at Trona High covers ll lot of things -how to tear down a Model-A, how to make stage sets, mend wiring, make G1 bookcase, in short, how to be a handy-man. From Sun-Up fo Sun-Down t MATIIIQMATICS- from .tritltmetie to .ul- xntneetl Algebra, is covered tlmrougltly at Trung! High. Numbers have no terrors for our students. I l ISTUR Y lseeumes .I tlt'.tm.ttie story ttmler Mr. Merrill. llere the Snpltottture Class is .th- sorlmittg tlte ltislury of tlte wnrltl. Sutnfc A OUR lmeatttifttlly- equippetl l.ll3Ul'.ll0l'y is the setting for the 1 Clltemistry Class. Out' l students do well when they re.telt college .md sttelt tlmrnuglt luck- grmtntl courses .ts this .ure lzeltintl them. 'I'!7il'fi1-f'il'C' Riclin' Herd THE well-known way to 11 mnn's heart is the study these girls are pursuing. Home-mak- ing in all its aspects is an important part of our school curriculum. THE Seventh Grade spent the latter part of the school year study- ing local developments. The photograph shows the miniature sand-table desert which the stu- dents built ns part of their work. THE STUDY of the XX'estw:1rd Movement was the work of the Eighth Grade this year. Notebooks and other project work accom- panied their study. f 4' , , 4.1 ,si - 'V , ' x , - '4 "jf k' ' 1- " ,, Y! ,- . F 4.-V l - ' 1 11 ii: i 1- 1 Q - 4 f ".2, 43.1-gif i 4 - 3 p-as n-uv k 5-4' l if , S ig ' L- i i-v US-F ..- un: i if 1,11 1 il i i""iv' , L -1 i""i'Gz-f iii- i . -1 i i 1 51-v L. inf if ,f k -l up-, ' 5-9 luflzoopin' and Jvlollerin, i. X 156: if ' Sn.-fl 'C ' SAGE-ISRUSII l5liAUTlliS: Reading from left to long to bring out Tronafs pep and their spirit did :I right we see sAlice Quezadn, Pat Hall, lot towards T.H.S.' banner athletic year. and Wiii1tl.1 Hicks. Tlmesc gals worked hard all year 4' Dvolm '.Jcl'11""'5 Tlairly-srvrn Q5 ' 'V 1 wTH.,1?i wKp34f ' 1 , M . .M-. X ,Nw X,f-HW gfffgf igjfli','h ',2.'f, ' if U ?7" f ' ,A -L-xi ' 3g5.,,m.s QXQFL3-x Mutt! X ,K .'kiuQ'f' ' . 5v.!l'f' Qivffn 'fl 'j . , ,,52l1,:,W.2-' . if V1?5q': tv . - ifgfa. if . ,I -.qu ..,, 5 ww- fbi m inf jfwf ' X Q v 5 5 xp xM"'m'+mm X f. s -Q Q H413 tx YF' ' iz. E iw! Sk EEF gy? MQ? get- Uogeilzer The Sophomores gave their annual assembly this year with more than usual spirit. The upper left pic- ture shows Mary Lineback, Dick Best, and Bob Smith in a scene from a family skit. Upper right shows Dr. Forty I. Q., Dick Best, giving out Hershey bars for bright answers from Rosie Garcia as jim McGregor looks on. The lower picture shows the cast: Mary Lineback, Dick Best, Jim McGregor, Bob Smith, and Shirley Trotter. ul' fill! High over Seorles Volley the white "T" gleoms on the hillside. Pointed every year os the first activity of September, our brand shows that we ore still going. F orty-one ey Know heir Ropes Forty-two Lois Lyons was chosen as Searles Valley's representative in the Lions Oratorical Contest. Easily winning over regional competition she went on to represent Trona in the state finals at Catalina this spring. Lois' success in last year's play prepares us for he-r speaking prowness. The winner of the annual scholar- ship given by the Searles Lake Scholarship Federation for 1947 was Ross Durland. Ross' high grade re- cord together with his history of leadership at Trona High School assures us that his university work will be filled with success. 'o fp Q , 'I' I0 lj?".l'.,1??' NI" kptch gg. ,Pgns S M ' '-":f?I- rp, -1 y A L. -b Njlf, bg., if .gigs again 'F-nkgwn E' 1.1, " ' ,iii ll' A wa , J I-'ufrbnkk Gluten ES' 3 an-X Rnd I ,?, -' Pilnhvsq 9, f"Wf'X Q -K" s", xl' 00 99.55 Je. ,D V' Nov. at-19 9dS'Q."o 94"-7 Thavmsqwmq gg-" 5,4 VNLCTI Oh A 1-.nga I9 '11 25:2 J D nc. lg 4 h bel-nu. 45, Chvmsfmai Dam.: Homlwov Move Vac-grub Dmnvnc. U w386K!tlgL,g. 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A fm, W-J, F15 .Lg5.-sl! 5,,,g1,4:1s1 f:i'j'! '- -f af '1 ' I P x n .Hallowe ,en Stomp f' ome on the Range 1 ,sf .c VP QM." I w M HK SV The graceful doorway of Tronc High School bids oll olumni wel- come in This Traditional Homecoming. No? only during The formal ceremonies in the foll, buf at ony time, come home cmd :ee us. Forfy-si.x' if A uv I-""Eil,..Q..zEi'v'. X L fi j:2:3,,:jf-H:-:... sf, - T3 "ff N :wjgjffi ,kc ,, K 'Q' sk .,., 1 5,9 -ea.: wi: if c Homecoming events included ci super bonfire cis well os festivities to crown Helen Wacher Homecoming Queen. She is shown here helping Trono Lions raffle off o new Ford ot the gome. Proceeds of the drowing went for new bleachers for Griffith Field. ,H quafe Cllllle Helen Wocher with Orien Boyne ond Alumni Mary Hurlocker with Dick Goss ore two of the couples glimpsed out this very successful donce. weetlzearta of the Range 131 The gals of the Girls' Service League tossed this year's Valentine Dance. Here is a group of the committee with some of their decorations. It was agreed that the Valentine festivities were some of the best of the year. lforlry-Him all akin j racki n Fifty A , A crowning event of the big all-desert track meet was a dance given for all participants and their friends. Trona went all out for hospitality and had a big time in the process. .', -'U ' .71 7' f f 1 o . -'A,r'.1"n' 'l'x f '1 'Q.- gf' s 1, ,'., 1- ,lf 'fi' .VKX . , F. I. r',v ' ,' I I' 1 I J 1 Teafi jj V 73"h'.22- . -s' ' ' 1 I .nr , . .- -""' '3-f I. - D -, ' ' ,- -'-ix, W - V . ,f 44 J- "-f:..f-'vw ' 5, 2:35 , 1 - ff Y , -Ta. 2' -X f 'Q ' f da l l A V--li 5-L-. X 3. 5 'wif 'A A -.: A 1-,, J. .Ab,,.! ,nr 1-Aff 'FQ L., ' "fn .. P '-A A , ,A - 1 'A A , .-, - Am... A , ,ga , 4' L ,V ,,,, A 'S ,..v5,M,,. ,Z ":- 1, . 'A 1 E., ,' ,WN- ,. ., .Jrghi 'A 211' . ,, -V - -M ff . f '11, ,B ,, , If , .-1, f,,,, " 'A A 'Y' A H.: 2 ,,.X. ,X 'JM 1. Y,1l,,.:.g it V , 5 1 K, V :iw 552' .-1,5 Am, . 4 - 1. 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U Cacfusi ated Members ot the Girls' Athletic Association are, back: Peggy Dorward, Doris Slafter, Louise Hunter, Carolyn Reynolds, Eloise Du- vall, June Seltzer, Lillian Fair, Norma Hall. First row: Alice Quezada, Mary Lineback, Fifty-t-wo Amy Garcia, Miss Lee, Jonell Lines, Phyllis Dilbeck, Donna Bentham, Pauline Williams. Officers, Eloise Duvall, vice-president, Jonell Lines, president, Mary Hurtado, treasurer, Pauline Williams, secretary. jnitiafion - Ca!! the Sheriff F fig lla fosilzua oe4 l 1 Fifty-fmzr Men of the Varsity Club ore os follows: Austin Smith, Ross Durlond, Bob Smith, Neil Somuels, Richord Goss, Lorry Reeves, Bob Todd, Donald Corey, Chcirles Russell, Bob McGovin, Pot Delovon, Gene McKinney, Corol lnsley. Above left, officers ond sponsor, Mr. Rofferty. U C fniiiatea iem, cufeatern Styfe worm 'WNAUQYCJ yearlingd, Qirb' Service ,Ceague ' . Fifty-six ' I I I Rhythm on flue Range -I F n The members of the orchestra are: Mary Lineback, Derek Allen, Warren Parmelee, Bob Stevens, Nancy Briggs, and Richard Welhelms. Mr. Weymouth is the sponsor and is assisted by Miss Knipp. l"ift-y-sri 4 ll O og ied s l F Men of the junior Varsity are as follows: Back Ira Russell, Tommy Lovelady, Bill Johnson, Manuel row: Arthur Lewis, Tommy Lyons, Billy Robeson, Quezada, Erwin Harris. ' ' 1' , d F , .... . Laffy Fablafl' Alvin Hallman E mund renyea Offzcors are: Michael Robinson, Alvln Holliman, Ronald Holliman, Gordon Carey, Second row: Donald T mm L0 I d Chad Sm,th Grau, John Lineback, Arthur Petersen, First row: 0 Y vea Y' I ' Fifty-right l eam Caiafogue 1 1 The members of the yearbook, The Telescope, are Seltzer, Q51 Arfixl, Dick Goss, Axxixlaufx, Q61 Na- as follows: Q11 ljafifors, Jonell Lines and Donna dine Bishop, Q71 Virginia Seybert, Q81 Engclbcrt Bentham, Q21 Pbrzlugrapbrr, Ted Meyer, Q31 Bnxi- Rusa, Q91 Pat Delavan, Q101 Ross Durland. The mxvx Manager, Ge-ne McKinney, Q41 Ariist, june Telescope is sponsored by Mrs. Carlson. Sixty aku www ORD Tnomx Tnoun Tn om THONA' Tnoua Tao:-1A Tnown 3o 0 BIG PlNE I9 38 Bu: Bum 34 6 RMDS BURG- I5 oNc Pm: ' Uwe N .5 VALLEY O Rmbsuunc H Bm Bam Sixty ...Wh ere ell fe ell Each year thc squad picks thc- outstanding playcr for the award of one of the beautiful blankets in- scribed with the player"s name. This year's winner Squad members sccn here are, at top, Dick Goss, Gcnc McKinney, Bert Rust, Larry Rccvcs, in forma- tion, Bob Todd, Austin Smith, Bob Smith, Neil was Captain Ross Durland who poscs here, right, admiring the blanket with Austin Smith. Samuels, Ross Durland,.Carol Insley, at bottom, Ins- lcy, Tommy Dunne, Pat Delavan, and Bob Mac- Gavin. Sixty- fbref' fgorcler war with ,Cone fine f u Big Jfear in the Jgaclfancfa . .,, 4 5, QW 3 L V 4 ., ,. W ,A f .Mu , vrldnl 5"'e, fu 04" U , Sixty-fi u and ufooly xty-su Slzoolerd Sixty-nine iff fail J, I U -- Y 'Q Swrnty-Ibrrc 'Uicloruifle Meet ""' -A v , Srwnly-fozlr Z-lze Jfig Meet 1 S tyfi ioneer amen Girls' athletics include speedball, baseball, archery, and, when the weather is had dancing in the auditorium. Here a bunch of the gals are whoopin' it up. Sc'1'r'niy-six a4nnie Uakfeyfi x .-4 .1 ,R 5 it 1, .Q S' ri rf A ,857 5-. ,. B x .M S ty 0mZ' ZEMQM? 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X532 Necktie fairly l'If'f3l-f'll!0 m'4 oevq, OUR BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS fo the SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 AND TO THE UNDERGRADUATES of TRONA HIGH SCHOOL from almerican Avoiculz gf Chemical Cxorporaiion TRONA ARGONAUT TRONA DRUG STORE TRONA CLUB TRONA THEATRE TRONA DEPARTMENT STORE Villvlvy-ff I TO THE CLASS OF '47 CONGRATULATIONS SLIIMWS me E3 EEST' I Groceries-Meats-Vegetables I I Notions-Harclware-Gen. Mdse. I "SERVICE WITH A SMILE" Bleitz Camera Company Congratulations I The West's Largest FROM I PHOTO SUPPLY HOUSE II Tr" Our Mail Onlrr Department I For Ml, APPLIANCE SHOP I Complete Stock of Photographic ::::::::::::::::::::::::' I Equipment and Supplies , I Compliments ot the 4 Satisfaction- C5-upirantee-cl IICASISII I' SEARLES LAKE GEM AND I MINERAL SOCIETY II 'I It 'I 4,3 :,- ,A .-f f.-::::.-::::::::::::::::: THE OASIS CAFE The Bvsf Hanzlmrgvrx in Srarlcx Vallvy TONY 8. JOE MEROLA Best Wishes to the Class of T947 Ninvfy-four CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF T947 one fine .fumlver 89 Supply fompany N incty- fi COMPLIMENTS OF THE wTsT TNT IHIMIUHI THMPHNI ANTELOPE VALLEY ARGUS MARKET LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Groceries-Medfs The Besf in Vegefqbleg LCIUI1CIl'y Service I BERT'S BARBER SHOP H ESEMAN'S for I ' BETTER BARBER SERVICE AMERICAN Complimenfs fo The Class of '47 of UNIVERSITY Vu F. W- WQMEN POST NO. T950 ::::::o::::Q:::: Y I coNoRATuLATioNs to the Class of I947 Compliments ot SEARLES VALLEY . DR. FRED G. SMITH SUPPLY CO, Dsmisr ARGUS Christian Science Society SEARLES LAKE SERVICE ' TRoNA, cAuFoRNiA 31 BUILDING SUPPLY E1 Church soiviooo Each Sunday Morning at 11g ii Sunday School at 9:30 n.m. for pupils up to I: nge of 20g Testimonial Meetings Second Wed- I' ncsday of Iinch Month at 8 p.m., Ladies' Lounge in Trona Club House. 1 Theodore Lang, Proprietor Complirnents of b Compliments Of MADALENE'S GIFTS ' BRYANT'S MADALENEffAT',Df'f'f DEPARTMENT STORE I . swf' ii """"::::::::'f::: swf! THE TRONA LIONS CLUB I onnovofiiinhiooo VAN DYCK MUTURS of Trona High School I Success and Happiness 1- Wm- A- VCU Dyck I Nirxrty-s 'I lr Y v v v - Y v - Y v - ::::::::::::::::::::v - l v ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::v 1, ALKALINE SALT WORKERS UNION l I . LOCAL 414 , fo the Class of '47 lp INTERNATIONAL UNION OF 1 from MINE, MILL AND SMELTER 1 I WORKERS , 1 Xxxllhl I XN I NS I N N O E-rr 1 iff? f ' , X E1?. --Z" Ig it 1 Whose objective is P p -iii-"f,,..tJ2x 4, to unite the various persons Working under 1 our jurisdiction into one central body, to prac- 4' ::::::::::::::::::: 1 tice those virtues that adorn society and re- I I mind man of his duty to his fellow man, to 1' I lf elevate his position and to maintain the right S If of the workers to increase the wages and im- :E prove the conditions of employment of our ,I members by agreements or strikes, I5 ' In l Exfend Heorffelf Congrafulafions fo I I' AR S-RID ECREST ' The Graduafion Class of 1947 4: G I I ' . . Jjiumaffeacf on " SPORTING GOODS 1 Disfribufors of Wilson Alfhlefic Equipmenf :I 5 mmm GUNS s. AMMUNITION ,W :im f JOHNSON oumoARo Morouzs i - SCHWINN sims - AND FISHING TACKLE NAA ' Nirzvfy-eiglot :::Q::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 'I fi It I I I I 1 ' 4: I 'I George s Drlv-In Court , LEE S TAXI 1: and U Wash Laundry gi 8. TRANSFER COMPANY 3, soum END or ARGUS " ARous, CALIFORNIA :: ,,,,, :::::::,::::::::::: I: -:-:::::::::,-::::f:::::::, Compliments of , CHARI-Q'l'TE'S I TRONA, CALIFORNIA I ARGUSI CALIFORNIA ' HOUSE OF MEANS I I Trono-Ridgecrest I 2' RECORDS ' PoRrRAlTuRE , AND CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY I , ,I I Developing-Printing lt i C R I : I ' I' A'A"f'1 Q 'f5I5f1fi.ijfl'51f :": HOME APPOINTMENTS IF DESIRED I I I ' SUVAQ M .qA.. mmuwgg ' P.O. Box 787, Trona, Callfornio 4 " I I, VIRGIL FORD BILL LONSDALE 2 BOOGIE WOOGIE, JAZZ, I' - 1 CLASSICAL, SWING 1, We, the Senior Class, wish to express our thanks and appreciation P to the people who have given us so much help throughout this year with I our work on the annual. We would especially like to thank Mr. Cheney, Mr. Franklin, and Miss Lee. THE SENIOR CLASS OF '47 -- - lx Ninety-nin CONGRATULATIONS to the Class ot 1947 COCHRANE'S CORNER RIDGECREST, CALIFORNIA Compliments ot JIM BURKE'S MEATS RIDGECREST, CALIFORNIA DRIVE IN CAFE Argus, California I N Senior Portraits sv LONSFORD STUDIO HOB-NOB SHOP Cut Flowers Corsages Gifts Pottery RIDGECREST, CALIF. PHONE 567 G.S.W. SESRE7-FCE Laundry Compliments ot STORRS SHOE STORE c:oMPuMENTs or Allen's ICE CREAM SERVICE Engravings by METROPOLITAN u " ENGRAVERS X, Our Hearty 'Congratulations to f the Class of '47 ancl the Telescope Statt ee PRINTERS OF THE TRONA TELESCOPE H 117111 rcrl alulograpfw M iw If Www W 'Fw-pn 645 Iuaf B474 W'f""" . Mfwyqjwf,-,riff MWWV fMm'W'z" W WWW Q! MXN "Z.f'4wf'f"' 497 2 . 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