Trona High School - Telescope Yearbook (Trona, CA)

 - Class of 1953

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llll-IIII MROSQO Since the aft of reading stars is such an exact science, only experienced astronomers could come up with the following predictions. QEven then the stars came in a little faintly in some places, so they had to be shined up a bit.j So with careful study and much pondering, here is our version of things to come. First of all, we see joe as president of the L.A. Nuthouse. He picked up the necessary experience when he was president of the Trona Student Body. Pat Meyer is also putting to use her work at Trona High. Only now instead of collecting roll sheets, she is a copy girl for a newspaper and picks up all the dirt. Barbara became such a good majorette in Trona High School that she is turning out some marvelous majorettes from "French's Fancy Prancing Schoolf' Jerry Wilson, still waving his hands around, is director of the Philharmonic Orchestra. Also in the music department is Joe Ann Allen, who teaches the new "l2 finger method" of piano playing for those people blessed with extra digits. Mal Stevens, still tootling away on his clarinet, owns his own dance band with Patty Stevens working for him. But instead of playing the piano, she sits on it, singing torch songs. june and Chuck have crashed the entertainment business and are one of the greatest dance teams on record-another Fred and Adele Astaire. Connie is working on radio and T.V. as the Friday noon guest speaker in "Relax for Lunch." Special news bulletin from the stars! Margie Dill has just been elected Queen of the Peanut Crop. In the sports field john Tansley has received an- other gold medal for World's Champion Racer. Larry Knowles is running a sporting goods storeg he finally became a pro. Guess who's in the hospital resting his leg for the big race. Yes, none other than-Jim Parks. Since he had plenty of practice in his younger days, Bill Weimer is a hot rod driver. And Chuck Hardison has just won the national championship for motor scooter racing. He is known to be the fastest man on a scooter. Oh, one more in the athletic fieldg jerry Bell is head scorekeeper for the Los Angeles Rams. She picked up her knowledge on the Trona football field. Quite a few of the class of "SS" have put their best assets to work. One, Carol Akam, is a seamstress for a dress- making company. The "Akam Speciality" is em- broidered daisies. Darlene Kudlac, being the outdoor type, has fin- ally worked up to head strawberry picker. Gwenny has put her great athletic ability to work and can be seen in the Baxter Brothers Circus as an acrobat. Bill Baldwin has his own barber shop and is spec- ializing in the famous "Baldwin's Beauty" haircut. After 10 years of toil, Leo received his optom- etrist's license. He feels he is well qualified for this job as he knows how it feels to be blind. We find Carmen a contented housewife with six kids and Spanish lessons in her spare time. Through our telescope we view Gloria modeling in Macy's Department Store. It's a little hazy, so we can't tell what she's showing. Satisfying a life-long ambition, Carol McCullough is now nursing in an all-men's hospital. Sylvia is also using her greatest asset. She is work- ing in the zoo as a laughing hyena instructor. . Quite a few of the seniors have been using one of their Ynore noticeable ta.ents, talking. Steve Walsh, rather Senator Walsh, has fulfilled his wish and is talking inlfilibusters all day long. He gained his experience in the Trona Student Council. jim Hammond has talked himself into the job of president of the Mine, Mill, and Smeller's Union. And last but not least of the great talkers, Phil Murrin is a famous soap box orator. The black sheep of the crowd is Jack Myers who is in jail for bigamy. He finally satisfied his desire for a harem. ln the Brine Line of the Argonaut we see a few announcements on the staff of APGICC. New head clerk in the Trona Food Market is none other than Jim Ewing, in charge particularly of dog food. Dale Roberts has received a promotion into the health department for his formula of "Rosie's Re- ducing T2blCCS.,, He is a good advertisement for them since he is now as skinny as a rail. Then there's Lee Robinson who was promoted to head pin boy at the Trona Recreation Center. Here's where a couple of the brains landed. Pat Hess, with her vast knowledge of mathematics, is counting bottle tops for the Coca Cola Company. Because she always had a yen to run for things Kathy is now up for election as dog catcher. A few miscellaneous details we saw in the stars. Betty Dilbeck, Hollywood playgirl, is now sport- ing a different convertible for every outfit. Off in the hills away from the noisy world we find a quiet hermit, Grover Paine. Out in ole New York Bob Gaska is trying to grow oranges like those he was always eating in California. Doris French is even further away in Africa look- ing for her ancestor, the extinct Do-Do bird. Marie and Doris Rich are still waiting for their men. One has risen to an admiral and the other to a general in the army. Poor girls. Some of these stars are dim and some are bright, but we're sure the Class of "SS" will be able to meas- ure up to the twinklings mentioned here. 25

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