Turlock High School - Alert Yearbook (Turlock, CA)
- Class of 1951
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Published by +he s+uden+s of
Turlock Union High School
Marilyn Nyslrom, Ecli+or
Jackie Erickson, Assislanl Edilor
Mary Linhares, Business Manager
The school year 1950-1951 has been another milestone in
the building program of Turlock High School.
During the year, we watched the Boys' Gymnasium grow
from a skeletal structure to a modern, efficient building, one of
the largest high school gymnasiums in the state. As we observed
the busy hands of the carpenters skillfully finishing the structure,
we thought of a parallel in our own lives: like the materialsi
which went into the building, so we have been molded and
shaped by competent hands during our high school years.
PrincipaI's Message ,7e,..
Classes ssssssss as as ,,
Organizations, . a
We dedicaTe This book To The SENIOR CLASS of 1951 in
the hope That, regardless of The uncertainty of The future, they
may find in its pages The cherished memories of many happy
hours of work and fun at Turlock High Schooi.
Jo'hn H. Pi+man
A Friendly Message . .
The highest aim of education is to create young men and women who can see clearly,
imagine vividly, think steadily and will nobly. The Faculty of Turlock High is hopeful that the
result of our work is not selfish scholars nor scornful critics, but intelligent and faithful citi-
zens who are determined to put their powers at the service of country and neighbors.
The direction of our lives, this way and that, follows the unseen influence of what we
admire and love and believe in. I pray that you have the spiritual assets that will enable
you to stand where you belong and be loyal to your faith.
Graduation is a promotion to the school of lifeewhere facts are teachers, experiences are
lessons, friends are guides, work is a master and love an interpreter. You will rise by knowl-
edge and sympathy through gradual and secret promotions, into a fuller and finer life.
John H. Pitman, Principal
FRED FLINT GEORGIA MCCULLAGH
Dean of Boys Dean of Girls
Board of Trustees
Paul W. Carlson, Presidentg Tod Browng Robert C. Jessup, Clerkp John A. Swensong Henry J. Weiss
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The library at THS has always been
a place to be proud of. CAROL EVEN-
SON, assistant and HARRIET LEE, li-
brarian, worked hard making the
library one of the most popular places
"Take a letter . . "
Head of the Commercial Department
was ESTHA RODKEY, who taught math
and bookkeeping as well as her typing
classes . . . MARY DIAS capably instruct-
ed first year typing classes and one
period of office practice . . . Training
students for secretarial and clerical work
was INA JOHNSON, who had classes
in shorthand, records, and secretarial
Students of NANCY BUCKlNGHAM's
arts and crafts classes often decorated
the show cases with their handiwork
. . . From time to time suits, dresses,
and other garments made by the sew-
ing classes of CAROL HAWKINS and
JUNE WHEELER were displayed in these
show cases . . . CATHERINE CUSHMAN
and her cooking students proved their
culinary skill by serving at various library
teas and the Senior Breakfast.
Stagecraft, electricity, and math were
the specialties of LESTER JOHNSON . . .
GEORGE ENDERLIN, well known to the
boys, instructed them in general and
metal shop . . . Skilled supervision of
upperclassmen in auto shop was dis-
played by EDGAR GUTHREY . . . SATT-
LEY ROWLAND's classes in plastic, wood-
shop, and mechanical drawing decorat-
ed the show cases several times with
The Outdoor Kids
Coaching the boys' physical education
classes in sports was the main work ot
ARMAND SEGHETTI, CHARLIE COOKE,
DAVE WEISE, and JOE DEBELY . . . RAE
ZIMMER and MARILYN CASSTEVENS
were in charge of the girls' classes. A
new addition to their curriculum was
First Aid in which the junior and senior
girls received instruction.
Field trips taken by ag students to
surrounding farms were supervised by
"BUCK" CLAUSEN, ag science teacher
. . . DONALD HALL, director of ag me-
chanics, also participated in these iaunts
. . . The Ag Department was a busy
place at night, too, when CARL BUNT-
lNG and THOMAS SAWYER taught their
classes in Veterans' Agriculture.
Sunflower Seed Sweepers
"Johnnies on the spot," the cus-
todians did their best to make the
students proud of their school. Wear-
ing a pleasant smile for everyone,
FRED HANNE, ART WARD, GEORGE
BROWNING, JIM REED, and ART
JOHNSON worked diligently keeping
the inside and outside of the school
neat and clean.
Red Tape Crew
Everyone will admit that the office
staff at THS was invaluable to both
teachers and students. PHYLLIS WEJ-
MAR, assistant secretary, LORRAINE
JOHNSON, secretary, and DOROTHY
Ll N D B E R G, attendance secretary,
worked steadily to keep school af-
fairs humming along smoothly.
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Last but not least were the bus driv-
ers who faithfully took the students to
and from school every day and endured
all the bedlam on trips to football and
basketball games. MELVIN CLARK,
SAM FERGUSON, H. C. BERLAU, WILBUR
MARSHALL, REV. HILTON SCHLECHT,
EDWlN CARSON, PAUL WAGGONER,
EU TENE FIELD, and HENRY OLSON are
to be commended for their patience and
Top: 1. What's your excuse?
2. ls it the company or the hour?
Boftomf 1. "Wlleaties af seven really helps at eleven."
Top: 1. "Whal's the good word?"
2. Casanova Keesey makes big impression.
Bottom: l. "And in conclusion .
2. "lndem five."
3. Wha hoppen?
Senior hands were not idle, although
they were guests at the Junior-Senior
Prom and were served Senior Break-
fast by the P. T. A. Baccalaureate and
Commencement were long awaited
days, but by the time they arrived,
the Seniors had decided that maybe
school wasn't so bad after all.
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BOB SHADlE GEORGE BOWMAN HERSCHEI. CASSEL BOB HARWOOD
Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Yell Leader Yell Leader
From row: Al Sanders, Jackie Erickson, Marilyn Nystrom, Helen Zaya, Gerry Crowell, Kitty Simon, George Godfrey.
2nd row: Jimmy Richesin, Betty Olson, Barbara Lindquist, Yolanda McCart, Patsy Medlin, Rosemarie Guthrie, Darlene Freeman,
Jean Folly, Eloise Haldeman, Deolinda George, Jerrie Barmore, Frank Niebaum, Gerald Van Vleet, Don Odishoo, John Nothelfer,
3rd row: lloyd Turner, Bill Nutcher, Dean Alsup, David Morrow, Bruce Johnson, Clarice Petersen, Veva Baker, Janet Hardin.
Front row: George Conant, Rosie Malik, Angie Christodulis, Jerry Jorge, Marion Roberts.
2nd row: Bill Hensley, Dallas Bache, Dale Johnson, Ronald Palm guist, Eddie Van Vranken, Bob Harwood, Caroline Brown, Bolabo
Lopes, Coleen Grose, Mariorie George, Peggy Harvill, Jane Vane na, Leta Bell, Hefen Stooksberry, Shilloy Bonander, Virginia At-
kins, Duane Huntley, Bill Gilbert, Don Coelho-
3rd row: Lily Macedo, Sharon Slinger, Mary Lee Skelly, Beverlie Midboe, Diane Lackner, John Soares, Ray Fernandes, Frank Nie-
baum, Bill Beasley.
Norma Badal Veva Baker
Dean Alsup Marlene Anderson Mama Bashar
Manuel Alvernaz Virginia Afkins Bm Beasley
Lois Anderson Dallas Bacho
Den Beauchamp Leia Bell
paul Brown Shilloy Bonander Sam Bang
Mui, cudou Ernesfine Biser Paul Bonandor
Don Boflum George Bowman
Barbara Casssl Don C00ll'0
Mary Carvalho Dennis Cederlind Gerry Crowell
Sieve Chrislodulis Angie Chrislodulis Harlan Dahlgren
Herschel Cassel James Chapman
Joe Davaion Behy Demings
Lorraine Fredrickson Jackie Erickson Walfer Evenun
Duhn. Fnennn Shirley Erickson Bob Farrow
Frances Eskandanian Ray Fernandes
Eleanor Gorellam Don GUHIIOY'
Deolinda George Doris Glenn Bm HHH,
Paiti Gomes George Godfrey Rosemarie Gmini.
Bill Gilberl Mariorie George
Bob Harwood Robe:-i Hedshom
Bruce S. Johnson
Riva Linn Mary Linharos
Lilllan Karam Diana Lacknor D .
Q on McQuls1on
Sarah Komo David Larson chuck Meme'
.lack Koonca Cloatus Lowis
Bob McNiel Lily Macedo
Beverlie Midboe Carole Marconen Bene Mnhars
David Mireles Leonard Mendoca Palsy Modlin
Chiflv Moore Josephine Martin Rosie Malik
Mary Ellen Oson
Frank Niolraum Marlene Olson sharon Parker
Gene Nlel Marilyn Nyslrom Ronlld Palmqum
Belly Olson Leon Oberkamper
Cla rico Peferson
Ivan Petersen Frances Peterson
Ernie Rodegerdis Don Rice Anna Pursley
Fred Rohslm Peggy Ransom Jimmy Richesin
Lillian Riley I.aVcrn Roch
Earl Smilhcamp Arlene Slinker
Mary lee Sllelly
Darlene Schrum John Schiffman Annaballe Souza
Katherine Simon Ralph Shabazian Joseph sou.
Robert Shedlo Ella Jean Sisk
Harlen Siamper eva Stevens
Dallas Wyah Helen Stooksberry Gerald Van Vleef
Everett Wensirand ,lim Tyler Eddie Van Vranken
George Umm Jane Venema
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Junior hands were very active decorating
eir main activity during
and planning for th
the year, which was the Junior-Senior Prorn,
held on Saturday, June Qnd. Having given
the Seniors a sensational send-off, they re-
axed and began to dream of when they
wouo be "high and mighty" Seniors.
ron! row: Donna Mayou, Mary Costa
nd row. Johnny Levers!!
Front row: Cherry Andrino El '
, ame Koftinow
2nd row: Bill Rob ' '
ertson, Gail Helvie
Back row? Jim Sichender, Perry
Wester, James Shimelx, Aileen Silva,
Betty Wilson, Monee Stage, David
Vaughan, Perry Raleigh, Bill Tate.
Front row: louise Winclrem, Donald
Vieira, Alberta Silveira, Albert Sa-
line, Betty Schubert, Dalton Wyatt,
Back row- Paul
, Johnson, Howard
Knapp, Pat Nordeen, Betty Guthrie,
Phyllis Perry, Ronald Mead, James
Johnson, Wayne Newton,
Front row: Marvin Johnson, Bar-
bara Ramont, Harold Lindquist, Ann
Ross, Walter Lund, Corabelle Ox-
ford, Richard Morgan, Avis Ander-
Back row: Arthur Brahm, Arthur
Hotchkiss, Virginia Earp, Myriam
Deissroth, Phyllis Christian, Bob
Bisho, John Carvalho, Jerry Carter.
Front row: Dolores Fernandes, Joe
Gomes, Cherry Andrino, George
Espindula, Jacqueline Huntley,
George Alvernaz, Lorraine Brown,
Idridge Tate, Loren
Back row: E
Perry, Kay Weimar, Carmen Soder-
quist, Wilma Wester, Emily Van
Vliet, Jerry Vowell, Vernon Sipes.
From row: Arlene Warcl, George
Washburn, Diana Vine, Harlan Se-
gars, Hazel Worswick, loren Smith,
Kay Soclerstrom, Bert Watson.
Back row: Harvey Matson, Harold
Shackleforcl, Roy Kent, Adelle
Mayer, Mariorie Miller, Betty lewis,
ce Johnson, Gor-
B. Parks, Bru
Front rowi Deloise Reed, Merle
James, Jean Ritter, Richard Rangel
lillie Price, Bill Larson, Nell Mc
Back row: Kenneth Fiorini, Johnnie
Abraham, Ross Hiclcmon, Barbara
Fox, Beverly Hughes, Dolores
Christoffersen, Stanley Beasley,
Front row: Marlene Christoffersen
Ted Hume, Karin Carlson, Fre
Beatty, JoAnne Ellet, .lesse Dia
Mary Costa, Gail Helvie.
Back row: Jack Ford, Claude Fad
dis, Paul Grose, Bonnie Beglinger,
Carol Aldridge, Betty Bell, Dale
Cooper, Allen Dickerson.
Front row: Geneva Gier, Lewis Bra-
zil, Mae Doo, Marshall Beniamin,
Alice Bishop, Jim Hartt, Arlene Ca-
laral, Bob Hartt.
Bacli rowf R
olaert Curci, Harry
Carlson, Sonia Esch
oo, Ardith Cole,
Wanda Ericlrson B
, ert Bodkin
Front row: Lamar Casuga, Betty
Baba, Leonard Johnson, Evelyn
Falmes, .lay Anderson, Fern Hall-
marlm, John Hillis, Juliet Delielaita.
Back rowi Bill Waterson, laMonte
Thornburg, Jimmie Stout, Sallie
Walters, Ruby Sullivan, Helen Triv-
elpiece, Buuy Smith, Jerry Young-
strom, Ronald Von Raics.
Front row: Robert Snelling, Doro-
thy McBride, Ray Werner, Agnes
Lytle, Francis Sarguis, Rita Morgan,
Boyd Welch, Elaine Ramos,
Back row: Jesse Yohanan, Bob
Mize, Katherine Hampton, Esther
Sweeney, Lou Etta Morgan, Don
Front row: Joyce Youngstrom, Dale
Mile, Irene Munoz, Maurice Vas-
concellos, Delores Mireles, Tony
Vierra, Marveta Spence.
Back row: Dorothy Nutcher, Gloria
Khinoo, Joyce Fliflet, Jerry McDan-
iel, Carlos Marchhanlas, Frederic
Mollard, Joy Fant, Betty Powell.
Front row: Ali Nili, Le Ann Jordan,
Ronald McLaughlin, Paula Nors-
worthy, Jerry Reich, Dolores Lopes,
Back row: Leo Lasswell, Johnny
leverett, Dale Larson, Madeline
Oliveira, Cloetta Naff, Evelyn Rich-
ards, Jack Richardson, Philip Olson,
Front rowi Marclelle Mayhew, Dale
Rose, Lillian Roclriquez, Donald
Jamison, Mary Jo Miller, Harry
Norman, Lavina Pinney.
Back row: John Peterson, Philip
Petersen, Betty Macedo, Donelda
Lindbeclc, Arvina Klint, Norman
Martin, Donald Rae, Chester lltif.
Front row: Carolyn Mattox, Lynn
Swanson, Lorraine Pierce, Bill Roh-
ertson, Elaine Koftinow, Milton
David, Donna Mayou, Mnrvin Lar-
Back row: Malcolm Hodnett, David
Carmo, Bill Butterworth, Peggy
Hinlxle, Dolores George, .Ioan An-
drews, Doyle Gray, Tommy Har-
desty, Dean Flesora.
Front row: Hal Clerk, Margaret
Carson, louie Clementino, Dona
Erickson, Kenneth Blomquist, Doris
Ehrlich, David Hanreich.
Sophomore hands worked energetically
attempting to make their program for the
Frosh-Soph Reception on Saturday, Septem-
ber 3Oth, the best one yet. Entertainment
revolved around a Kangaroo Court, which
kept everyone hopping, especially the
VOIGENE MELTON Frgghrnen.
RONALD SWANSON BARBARA NIEL BARBARA FERNANDES
Vice President Secretary-Treasurer ABRAHAM ROJAS
Soph-Frosh Reception Committees
lst row: Yvonne Carlson, Isabelle Alamsha
2nd row: Pat Whitaker, Volgene Melton, Ruth Reed
1st row: Barbara Fernandes, Kanella Vrenios
2nd row: Abe Roias, Barbara Neil, Ronald Swanson
Back row: Leroy Baker, Lorraine
Coelho, Robert Fitigerald, Dorothy
Barker, Edward Enos, Elaine Brou-
hard, Carolyn Graziano, Don Carl-
berg, Carol Dimh
Front row: Georgia Cash, Richard
Berger, Jeanette Faulks, Don Bur-
nett, Yvonne Carlson, William Bra-
zil, Lila Gier, Donald Berryhill,
Back row: James Conner, Leoma
Goessmann, Ernest Bishop, Dorothy
Freestecl, Lola Donham, Doris Ful-
lerton, Mary Sue Burns, James
Bevans, lllene Bradley, Phillip Col-
Front row: James Back, Caronell
Bartgis, Paul Correll, Iris Grose,
Kenny DeKelaita, Elvera Diaz, Car!
Heimer, Clarice Ferreira, William
Back row: Jerry Brandenburg,
Edith Collett Jack Beglinger, Viv-
ian Ewell, Donna Dill, Norene
Holmes, Jimmy Coelho, Violet
Allen, Leslie Delbo
n, Marilyn Hen-
Front row: Billy Arment, Corinne
Freeze, Ronald Bates, Alta Crow,
Robert Crowell, Rita Barry, Rich-
ard Foster, Marlene Bothum, James
Ivan Jenkins, Rosemary
Jerome, Donald Brooks, Carol Lar-
son, Mary Ann Mouzes, Diane Lan-
phier, Mary Ann Marques, Gail
Landmeier, Janet Morgan, Jimmy
Front row: Buford Anderson, Anne
Nothelfer, Joe Corley, Virginia
Murray, Scott Pickering, Anita
Katheiser, Billy Key, Jo Ann Nutch-
Back row: William Gibson, Dixie
Hayes, Bob Hevrin, Freda Nunn,
Evelyn Hinkle, Mary lanchester,
Val ene Melton,
Sharon Jones, g
' ' Dewey Larson.
k Bill Johnson,
Bob Moore, Delfina
o ulis, Inis
Homer Pantaz p
Emily Mac a-
do, John Haldeman, Glenda
Back row: Atto Alexander, B
Fernandes, Richard Camp, Barbara
Gustafson, Shirley Bronson, Mar-
lene Carlson, Mary Carson, Ronnie
Front row: Bill Beaty, Helen Graves,
Theodore DeKasha, Beverleen Egit-
khanoff, Narsai David, Isabelle
Alamsha, Johnnie Decker, JoAnn
Gomes, Raymond Brazil.
Back row: Thom
as Maples, Mmrqie
Jensen, Charles Osborne, Sally
Lindbeck, Barbara Niel, Barbara
Hazen, Shirley !.o13o, Harold
Green, Joy Haze, Robert Melton.
Front row: Wiliiam Davis, Sharon
Mayou, Robert Bishop, Gladys
Hunter, David Powell, Juanita Logs-
don, Everet Rogers, Lillian Johnson,
Back row: Rusty Griffin, Joyce
Midboe, John Hall, Lauretta John-
son, Patsy Mitchell, Evelyn Nugent,
Marilyn Peterson, Marvin Johnson,
Dorothea Woods, Ken Kyne.
Front row: Gene Ocken, Jane Haclc-
ett, Lyle Jones, Wanda Shotwell,
Ronald Larson, Sharlene Ramsey,
Harlan Nystrom, Caroline Nicholas
Back row: Kenneth Misso, Shirlee
Soderstrom, Wayne Reed, Carlene
Swanson, Richard Griffin, Ruth
Reed, Joan Rav
, Jaclc Hansen, Pa?
Whitaker, Clarence McDonald.
Front row: Joe Kina, Jo Ann Por-
ter, Martin Petorsen, Jeanette
Rocha, Carl Meurrens, Rosalie Pi-
mentell, Lloyd Hill, Joyce Peterson,
Back row: Roland Lyles,
Shimelc, Clyde Nordeen, Barbara
Ella Wintter, Everett
Chambers, Lola Ward, John George,
Lucy Winters, Richard Hopson.
Front row: George Pelch, Delores
Taylor, Wayne Mile, Kanella
Vrenios, Gordon Peterson, Evelyn
Pinney, Lawrence Haddock, Merna
Wall, James King.
Back row: Charles Rogers, Dolores
Reeh, Henry Sartin, Jeannine Vee-
nedaal, Norma Todd, David Vierra,
Pat Riddle, Leland Wolley, Joyce
While, Jerry Stage.
Front row: Marvin Rydberg, Bar-
bara Russell, Frank Reyes, Shirley
Traister, Dedric Wright, Annetta
Wolverton, John Silveira, Wanda
Smalley, Bill Vaughn.
Back row: Ronald Swanson, Day
Stoolmsberry, Wesley Tabor, Pearl
Mayer, Jim Stevens, Emily Perdue,
Doris Sisk, Jim Yates, Mattie Smith,
Front row: Troy Rogers, Marilyn
Tyree, Darrell Sansing, Elizabeth
Vice, lssaac Yohannan, Karen
Seder, Abraham Roias, Geraldine
Sweeten, Bobby Thorpe.
Back row: Le
e Mathewson, Betty
Vrh, Max Vanzi, Carole Stafford,
Raydean Rhodes, Sara Ritchey, Ar-
lene Rowley, Billy Tucker, Barbara
Rosby, Clyde Smithcamp,
Front row: James Virgo, Mary Silva,
Robert Tyler, Melba Oushana, Ray
Tolleson, Frankie Runner, John S:-
mon, May Oushana, Richard Warn.
Back row: Robert Turnbow, Alan
Taylor, Howard Uecke, Marilyn
Francis, Geraldean Melton, Joe
Vierra, Wayne Roseberry, John
From row: Roger Smith, Byrdena
Gray, Franklin Watts, Marlene
Smith, Joaquin Rose, Wanda Roden,
Tony Velesquex. I
Pat Radantke, Ted Harris, Pat White,
Ted Dunham, Jolene King, Davirl
Arrollo, Shirley Pritchard.
Freshman hands were busy doing home-
work, buying rally tickets and study hall
books, and learning by experience. On initia-
Tion day the campus appeared To have been
cled by creatures from Mars, for The "green
n sacks paiama
onesf' prancecl about in gun y ,
Tops, Tennis shoes, and other paraphernalia.
Back row: Dell
Breon, Vivian Fur-
tado, Donald Dekelaita, Lois Fred-
strom, Thomas Allen, Virginia Dan-
iels, Richard Avila, loan Becker,
Clark Channing, Bernice Espinola,
Front row: Joan Ahlberg, Reuben
Carlson, Barbara Anderson, Lester
Backus, Elsie Espindula, Wally
Edeal, June DeKasha, Duane Fred-
riclrson, Dolores Badal.
Back row: George Brown, Sally
Collard, Dale Eyeberg, Patricia
Ellett, Darrel Duke, Norma Brown,
Howard Comrie, Sandra Buck,
Front row: Elaine Davis, Robert
Beatty, Patsy Bush, Jesse Cole,
Inez Grose, Chester Glass, Helen
Costa, Sydney Gotobed, Shirlvy
Green, Charlie Anderson, Patricia
Back row: Frank Buller, Lula Faddis,
Dale Banta, Regina Geeson, Nancy
Duncan, Lonnie Avery, Rosie Cor-
dero, William Bryan, Dorothy
Fincher, Leroy Crossman.
Front row: Stanley Gee, Joyce
Copeland, Charlie Chapman, Doro-
thy Grant, Donald Bronson, Darlene
Diggins, James Earnest, Iris Duwall,
Harold Gee, .I
Back row: Kenneth Garcia, Diane
Elston, R. C. Arnold, Ethel Davis,
Don Graham, Doris Bacon, Angel-
ina Dias, Olivia Gallardo, Eugene
Fletc'1er, Donna Capps, Verlan
Front row: Webster Brown, Mary
East, Marvin Fernandes, Doris Crab-
tree, Clarence Demings, Lucy Al-
varado, Louis George, Norma Davis,
Back row: Robert Abraham, Ailene
Christoffersen, Elwood Davis,
Wanda Chenault, Dale Deckard,
Marva Gary, Stanley Avila, Alice
Berry, David Avalos, Shirley Fer-
nandes, Karl Droese.
Front row: Patricia Alsup, Douglas
B a c o n, Norma Christoffersen,
Charles Garrett, Pat Bonander,
Peter Eshoo, .lean Evans, Louis
Aguiniga, Margaret Berg.
Back row: Tommy Bell, Cornelia
Middleton, Russell Cox, Phyllis
Genseal, Herman Haley, Jacqueline
lngiversen, Bernie Joiner, Elverna
Nully, Billy Moon, Betty Johnson.
Front row: Rachel Fliflet, Martin
Marshall, Carol Lewis, Neal Ander-
son, Nancy Harwood, Dick Paulson,
Norma Nunes, Daryl Anderson,
Baclx row: Leon Lackey, Elaine
Mitchell, Preston Martin, Shirley
McClain, John McCormick, Ellen
Muftoe, Darryl Larson, Donna Mid-
daugh, Warner James, Patricia
Front row: Shirley Harlan, Ormand
Hopkins, Irene Mello, Marvin Mil-
ler, Joella Harper, James Mills,
Eleanor Machado, Delwyn Main,
Back row: leon Preston, Verna
Niclcolauson, Bill Hill, Shirley
Holmes, Ronnie Jorge, Betty Harn-
mons, Darlene Midboe, Felix Muna
ox, Roger Kirkes, Betty lindbeck.
Front row: Elayne Massey, Charles
lang, Mariorie Mile, Norman Larl
son, Shirley Hale, Bob lee, Bai-
bara Harvey, Stanley Leatherman.
Back row: Sylvester Ponce, Joan
Heldt, Jimmy lazar, Gwen Myers,
Roy Milton, Rosemary Goelcen,
Donald Lankford, Imogene Myers,
William Mortimer, Dorothy Holder,
Front row: Betty Hagens, Edward
Mirza, Danette Johnson, Billy Purs-
ley, Laverne Kaxup, Russell Harden,
Hazel Huddleston, Jimmy Mann,
Bark row: Vernon Johnson, Lois
Sunclay, Ferrell Jones, Arlene Hult,
Biily Harvill, Mary Kyne, Charles
Percy, Carolyn Nyquist, Michael
Poiter, Joy Newton, Daniel Larson.
Front row: Dolores Nunes, larry
Nolte, Sue Nestor, Jack Helvie,
Connie Lopez, Edward Lucerr.,
Nancy Hill, Thomas Hoosier, Vicki
Baclf row: Jim f.'lcClintoclc, Sandra
Mitchell, Wi"Qam Irving, Normella
Schneider, Gerald Mayo, Nancy
Whitaker, Altima Nili, Betty Whitt,
Michael Lynn, Sharon Pike, Hillman
Front row: Annette Olson, Dennis
Nascimento, Aurora Tomas, Al
Montana, Corinne Sexton, Edward
McCart, Karen Walner, James Mor-
ris Joanne Soderquist.
Back row: Anna Stone, Bobby
Vllelss, Marlene Olson, Loren Sweet,
Barbara Soper, Ronnie Sinclair, Pat
Walker, Robert Sandberg, Jose-
phine Yowell, Darryl Woods, L1-
Front row: Jerry Roberts, Pat Pagel,
Euclid Simmons, Sandra Sarhad,
Henry Serna, Ethel Stevens, Jimmy
Yettman, Lois Seale, David Yohan-
nan, Jo Ann Santos.
Back row: Peter Rose, Earl Blom-
quist, Phyllis Ramont, Joan Wilson,
Billy Voll, lester Scarbrough.
Front row: Don St. louis, Hilda Oli-
veira, John Youngstrcm, Jessfe
Riley, Floyd Frasier, Eloise Peter-
son, Russell Robinson.
Baclr row: Jaclue Shaclcelford, Eve-
lyn Petersen, Abel Soares, Shirley
Potter, Josenh Silva, Carice Tib-
bet, Allen Ritter, Delma Tannel,
Benny Rude, Dorothy Osborne.
Wesley Roome, Lillian Parham.
Front DOW' Fayrene Wright, How-
ard Sumner, Carol Teeliell, law-
rence Sampson, Jean Sinnett, Ray-
mond Paul, Virqinia Watkins, Terry
Moore, Florence Roqers, Gary Rose-
belry, Darlene Vasconcellos.
Back row: Andrew Schendel, Vir-
qinia Ubl, Robert Vaughn, Juanita
Tate, Darrell Wyatt, Leon Umsted,
Wenoma Ramos, Lloyd Wilson,
Dorothy Riley, Eddie Taylor, Golclir
Smith, Truman Showen.
Front row: Marlene Zamora, Man-
uel Santos, Helen Warda, Dick
Spann, Betty Townsley, Harold
Sipes, Roberta White. David Whitt,
Earlene Schubert, Sam Sanford,
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Sfuclent Bocly Officers
George, with a firm grip on the gavel, worked
with his fellow officers taking charge of schooi
affairs. It was a full time job for four capable young
people and, in spite of homework, exams, and Senior
practice, they made a "success story" of the school
MARGARET COLLINS JOHN NOTHELFER
e llil to
lst rowf Mr, Youngborg, John Nothelfer, Bill Beasley, George Conant, Margaret Collins, Mr. Pitman, Mr. Marks.
2nd row- Yolanda McCart, Yvonne Carlson, Darryl Woods, Leonard Mendonra, .lack Richardson, Bill Waterson,
Beverly Sweeten, Jackie Erickson, Eddie Van Vranken.
Acting as advisory board to the Student Body officers was the main work of the Executive Committee.
Regular meetings were held on the first Thursday of each month and, as refreshments were served, the
members came out quite regularly.
Every girl and every boy in school belongs either to the Girls' League or the Boys' Federation. The
main activity of the year for the girls was the Mothers' Tea held in April. The "stag" sessions were enlivened
by speakers, music, and sports films.
Girls' League Boys' Federation
GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS
Ist row: Mary Linhares, Gerry Crowell
2nd row: Caroline Brown, Karin Carlson
BOYS' FEDERATION OFFICERS
Ist row: Frank Niebaum, Bill Gilbert
2nd row: Duane Huntley
The Junior Statesmen met in members' homes to discuss foreign and domestic affairs. They held their spring regional
convention at THS this year, and are planning a camping trip to Yosemite during the summer.
Front row: Joselyn Harden, Roland Puccinelli, Doris Fullerton,
2nd row: Jack Richardson, Ray Werner, LaMonte Thornburg.
Front row: Lougene Beasley, Pat Whitaker, l.eoma Goessmann, Angela Warren, Sallie Walters,
Joselyn Harden, Russell Harden, Gail Helvie, Eloise Haldeman, Iris Grose, Cloetta Naff, Doris
Fullerton, Mary Lee Skelly, Barbara Rosby.
2nd row: Mr. Keesey, Ray Werner, Dallas Bache, Harry Carlson, LaMonte Thornburg, Philip
Ofson, Roland Puccinelli, Jack Richardson, Dale Rose, Fred Rohslan, Ted Hume, Mr. Youngborg
Front row: Mr. Hall, E. Pacheco, J. Reich, J. Conner, R. McLaughlin, G. Espindula, L. Mendonca,
2nd row: J. Carvalho, D. Wyatt, B. Bisho, J. McDaniel, G. Alvernal, D. Vieira, L. Reeh, G. Borges,
J. Jensen, J. Sousa, B. Anderson, L. Chambers.
3rd row: J. Sichender, T. Vierra, B. Vaughn, E. McCart, R, Bruton, C. Smithcamp, J. George, L
Dolbon, J. Rose, R. Foster, H. Sumner, H. Sartin.
lst row: Eddie Pacheco, Ronnie Mclaughlin, George Espindula
A 2nd row: James Conner, Jerry Reich, Leonard Mendonca.
4th row: A. Hotchkiss, J. Gomes, J. Carter, R. Mead, R. Morgan, K. Droose, B. Vaughn, M. Alver-
naz, M. Fernandes, C. Pearcy, J. Roberts.
5th row: D. Vaughan, D. Jamison, C. Marchbanks, P. Raleigh, P. Rose, J. McCormick, F. Jones
D. Brooks, G. Peterson, D. Yohannan, R. Spann.
6th row: W, Lund, M. Lange, W. Irving, B. Welch, W. Newton, J. Baucum, P. Collins, L. Wilson
E. Enos, J. Vierra.
7th row: D. Wyatt, W. Evensen, F. Bonander, D. Nascimento, T. Moore, J. Silveira, D. Vierra,
J. Abraham, J. Coalho, R. Rhodes.
Members of the Future Farmers of America are really preparing for the future by raising excellent stock to begin their
own herds and farms. Their livestock were exhibited in a yearly showing at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. Ribbons
and prize money were the boys' rewards for their hard work and perseverance.
Front row: Bobby Hartt, Dale Rose, Bobbe Lopes, Madeline Oliveira, Shirley Erickson,
Establishment of a local chapter of the National Forensics League was the highlight of the year for the
Forensics Club. Fifteen public speaking students with 20 points each became the charter members of
chapter 93. Points were earned by competing in speech contests with other schools, speaking to PTA meet-
ings and participating in the three assemblies given before the Student Body.
Bonnie Bruton, Donna Mayou, Sonia Eshoo, Lila Gier, Milton David, Ronald Palmquist.
2nd row: Dave Morrow, Bill Hinds, Ken Fiorini, leo Lasswell, .loan Pinkney, Eloise
Haldeman, Mrs. Morell, Dean Flesora, Philip Olson, Bill Waterson, Jim Richesin.
Bobbe Lopes, Jerry Crowell
Leo Lasswell, Joan Pinkney
Front row: Eddie Van Vranken, Joselyn Harden.
2nd row: John Leverett, Duane Huntley. Hardesly'
Front row: Jack Helvie, Russell Harden, Sharon Mayou, Donna Mayou, Margaret Collins
Sallie Walters, Deolinda George, Janet Hardin, Yvonne Carlson, Eddie Van Vranken Tom
2nd row: Ken Kyne, Ray Werner, Joan Pinkney, .loselyn Harden, Miss Meadows Rosemary
Jerome, Diane Lanphier, Mary Skelly, Darlene Freeman, Johnny leverett, Bill Nutcher
Eight drama enthusiasts of the Omega Zeta Society, popularly known as the Oz Club, became the
charter members of a chapter of the National Thespian Society, newly established at THS. Contents of
their treasury were donated to help buy costumes for the drama department which were used in the All
In iournalistic circles "3O" means the end, and the end of the school year brought a successful conclu-
sion to two publications produced by the members of this club. Besides working on the Alert and Clarion,
they attended journalism conventions at Fresno and Berkeley, held parties, and visited engraving and
OFFICERS-Front row: Beverly Sweeten, Carol James
2nd row: Ray Werner, Dale Larson
Front row: Dale Johnson, Yolanda McCart, Mary linhares, Helen Trivelpiece, Bonnie
Bruton, Cherry Andrino, Neva Stevens, Deolinda George, Beverly Sweeten, Bobbe Lopes,
2nd row: Jack Ford, Ray Werner, Wilma Wester, Diana Vine, Miss Hackman, Frances
Peterson, Carol James, Dona Erickson, Mary Ellen Olson, Caroline Brown.
3rd row: Hugh Donnelly, Don Bothun, Dale Larson, Jack Richardson, John Gilmore,
Leo Lasswell, Norma Badal, Marilyn Nystrom.
Front row! Jo Ann Porter, Beverlie Midboe, Lila Gier, Donna Mayou,, Betty Hyzer, Jean OFFICERS-Front row: Joan Pinkney, Carol James
Folly, Lougene Beasley, Joyce Peterson, Yvonne Carlson, Margaret Carson. T Y V 2nd ww. Bob Mahon, Don Bonwn
2nd row: Mr. Williams, Bob Melton, Don Bothun, Dale Johnson, Carol James, Joan Pink-
ney, Dolores George, Barbara Rosby, Mr. Moore.
Regular meetings of the Photo Club were held on Monday nights for the purpose of learning to
develop, print, and enlarge pictures. Dues and earnings from game concessions prevented extra cost to
the members for supplies and parties.
Girls' Block T
The letter winners of the G. A. A. comprise the membership of the Girls' Block T. Special events such
as dinner at Little Sweden, bowling, and a trip to San Francisco for a stageplay and dinner gave the girl .ith-
letes an outlet lor all that energy.
Front row: Deolincla George, Elaine Ramos, Cherry Andrino, Yolanda Mc-
Cari, Miss Zimmer.
2nd row: Miss Casstevens, Jerry Jorge, Carol James, .Ioan Pinkney, Mary
linhares, Le Ann Jordon. OFFICERS: Jerry Jorge, Elaine Ramos, Deolinda George, Joan Pinkney
OFFICERS: lynn Swanson, Danny Ball, Don Gary Front row: Jerry McDaniel, Bob Harwood, Bill Johnson, lynn Swanson, Bill
Beasley, George Bowman, Don Gary, Mr. Cooke.
2nd row: Gilbert Borges, Bert Watson, Danny Ball, Dennis Cederlind, Carl
Grubb, Frank Niebaum, Gene Niel, George Conant.
Boys' Bloclc T
A main attraction at Open House was the whirl-pool for the new gym, which was donated by the
Boys' Block T. Money for this gift was earned by the members of the club who worked at game conf
Officers: M. Linhares, C. Andrino
Ist row: S. Mayou, J. Santos, Y. Carlson, L. Beasley, B. Egitkhanoff, S. Longo, B. Niel, I. Grose, E. Diaz, M. Avants, C. Bartgis, P. Bonander,
V. Murray, S. Ritchey, J. Logsdon, C. Sexton, I. Alamsha, N. Nunes, J. Gomes, H. Graves, C. Nichols, J.. Nutcher, E. Schubert.
2nd row: A. Christoffersen, J. Soderquist, N. Christoffersen, D. Barker, E. Petersen, C. Dimberg, R. Reed, P. Genseal, L. Johnson, A.
Tomas, R. Zimmer, B. Rosby, M. Burns, P. Mayer, A. Nothelfer, A. Dias, A. Katheiser, C. Lewis, S. Jones, S. Buck.
3rd row! J. Newton, C. Swanson, P. Whitaker, D. Riley, E. Perdue, N. Holmes, J. Ray, S. Soderstrom, D. Lanphier, N. Whitaker, C. Staf-
ford, L. Coelho, L. Goessmann, M. Marques, I. Bradley, V. Ewell, R. Jerome, K. Hill, M. Mouzes, E. Mitchell, M. Jensen, E. Nully, B. Fer-
Front row: E. Fakes, M. Costa, D. Mayou, B. Hyxer, J. Folly, L. Brown, D. Fernandes, C. Andrino, B. Bruton, D. Glenn, R. Linn, C. Peter-
son, A. Silveira, A. Ross, P. Christian, J. Youngstrom.
2nd row: M. Deissroth, H. Stooksberry, B. Midboe, D. Christoffersen, L. Pierce, E. Ramos, D. McBride, M. Miller, M. Casstevens, K. Simon,
L. Jordon, D. Nutcher, A. Silva, Y. McCart, M. Linhares, S. Walters.
3rd row: J. Venema, B. Ramont, M. Stage, A. Christodulis, H. Trivelpiece, L. Marques, D. George, J. Jorge, D. George, P. Perry, E. Nugent,
M. Hansten, J. Pinkney, C. James, P. Nordeen.
Officers: J. Jorge, D. Fernandes.
The only male to be admitted into the ranks of this all-girl organization, Mr. Pitman was made an
honorary member of the G. A. A. and was presented with a Block T at the annual Awards' Banquet this
year. The members of this club, which is designed to promote good sportsmanship and good citizenship
among the girls, also enjoyed a picnic and several playdays at various schools throughout the valley.
From row: Narsai David, Elvera Diaz, Iris Grose, Isabelle Alamsha, Marlene Smith,
Virginia Murray, Kanella Vrenios, Joyce Peterson, Joy Newton, Jack Helvie'
2nd row: Bill Johnson, Anne Nothelfer, Dorothy Freested, Ruth Reed, Karen Seder,
Barbara Rosby, Sandra Mitchell, Pat Pagel, Lester Scarbrough. WRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
3rd row: Carolyn Nyquist, Lola Ward, Carlene Swanson, Mr. Olson, Pat Whitaker, F"""" fowi Run' Reed' RaY w9""e"
Margie Jensen, Jackie Ingwersen, Phyllis Ramont. 2nd row: David Morrow, Gordon Lundgren.
as ,view iimfiii
SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Front row: Janet Hardin, Eloise Haldeman, Mae Doo, Jackie Erickson, Joselyn Harden,
from row. Eloise Holdoman' Gordon londgrony Dolores Christoffersen, Bobbe Lopes, Louise Windren, Yolanda McCart, Mary Linhares, Ella
2nd row: Bob Melton, Jack Richardson. 'lean Sisk' Joyce Flmel'
2nd row: Jack Richardson, Marilyn Nystrom, Elaine Ramos, Joan Pinkney, Darlene Freeman,
Miss Smith, Arvina Klint, Monica Stage, Angela Warren, Wanda Erickson, Rey Werner,
3rd row: Ronald Smith, Jesse Yohanan, Bill Waterson, David Morrow, John Nothelfer,
Philip Olson, George Conant, Leon Oberkamper, Dale Larson, Gordon Lundgren, LaMonte
One of the most active clubs in school, the California Scholarship Federation was host at the District
ll Convention at THS and attended two other district conferences at Tracy and Patterson, as well as the
regional convention in Berkeley. These gatherings were enlivened by games, skits, music, and speeches.
For the first time in three years the CSF'ers were privileged to hold their annual educational trip, a tour
of Stanford University, on a school day.
Hands At Work On Your Alert
HAWOYA, the i951 Alert campaign slogan, was an apt description ot the class in yearbook production.
New to their iobs, staff members successfully managed planning layouts, publicizing the book, selling ails,
taking pictures, writing copy, balancing the budget, and planning for the Spring Supplement.
EDITOR Marilyn Nystrom ART EDITOR Ray Werner
ASSTA EDITOR Jifkle EYICIYSUH SECTION EDITORS Activities, Caroline Brown,
BUSINESS MANAGER Ma"Y I-l"ha"e5 Classes, Bonnie Bruton, Copy, Yolanda McCart, Organiza-
ASST' 5U5'NE55 MANAGER ,beolinda George tions, Neva Stevens, Snaps, Carol James, Sports, Jack Ford
PHOTOGRAPHERS Don Bothun, chief, DaIe Johnson
ADVERTISING MANAGER Bobbe Lopes ADVISER Miss Hackman
.LackIi.edEricZson, Assistant Editgr. M INSETI Marilyn Nyshoml Edhor'
, I Y ' 2 . . .
MzgymL?,,h,,:Tgf5u,gn:: a,uanagu3,i?e?oIanggagnK:, FRONT ROW: Carol James, Jack Ford, Bonnie Bruton, Dale Johnson, Jackie Erickson, Bobbe
Cart, Copy Editorg Bobbe Lopes, Advertising Lopes, Ray Werner.
mage' . . 'IND ROW: Marilyn Nystrom, Deolinda George, Neva Stevens, Caroline Brown, Yolanda Mc-
Staff works on posters for publicity campaign
They seem pleased with the progress chart. can' Don Bodum'
News Hounds Carry On Turlock's Clarion
Those mad Friday afternoon dashes might be a clue to the popularity ot the THS weekly tour page paper. Cover-
ing beats and striving to meet all the deadlines, members ot the staff worked continuously to report top news. Spe-
cial holiday editions were issued tor Thanksgiving, Christmas, and April Fools' Day, and the Scholastic Roto, a national
pictorial supplement, vvas distributed free every month.
Assistant Sports Editor
Vol. XXII Turlock, California,
Doc. ll--Agriculture--"Poultry Pullorvm."
Doc, I2-General Science-"longitude and
Doc l4 Physics Fuels and Heat
Doc I4 Home Economics Scrub Game '
Girls Glee Clubs Give
Program To Rotary
Beginning and Advanced Glee Clubs
presented a group of Christmas Carol
selections to the Rotary Club at ther
weekly meeting last Thussday
The Beginning Glee opened the program
with Jubilate Amen following with
Shepherds Awake What Can This
the familiar Oh Holy Night
and FalenTrding were next
their part of the program
trio selected from the Beginning
Beverly Sweeten, Editor-in-Chief.
Mary Ellen Olson
December 8, 1,550
Two of the
test will be
tion that the
These contests are
help promote public
questions in our schools
Frapk Switzer, '50 graduate, placed
in the California and Nevada finals of the
Lions Club contest last year. One of his
rizes was a Royal portable typewriter,
and he was also given expense-free trips
to all of the contest finals which he
and made S25 in addition.
Norma Badal, Dona Erickson, Joyce
Dale Larson, Leo Lasswell, Lorraine
son, Helen Trivelpiece, Diana Vine,
of Mss Jean Meadows, Mrs, Anita Grips
Miss Rae Zimmer and Miss Carir,i Cas
Miss Marguerite Arcnds, social commit
ree rhairman, and Mr. Pershing Olson
president of the teachers association, are
charge of the preparations and arrange-
of a panel
by tive Turlock
morning at the
he panel will give a
on different phases
will speak on how to
and be liked by other peo-
Hartt will speak on the man'
remembered when on a date.
.r Cassel will tell of the preparation
date: planning it and then carrying
plan out, and Donna Mayou will dis-
the problems of dating.
Chairman of the panel, Jim Richesin.
will ask questions of the panel, and the
discussion will be open to anyone in the
audience with questions.
A portion of this panel may be heard
by all Turlock High School
Fliflet, John Gilmore,
Pierce, Jack Richard-
Dale Larson, Jack Richardson, John Gilmore, Hugh Donnelly, George Uman, Leo Lasswell.
row: Beverly Sweeten, Mary Ellen Olson, Norma Badnl, Frances Peterson, Doris Fliflet, Helen Trivelpiece, Cherry An-
Lorraina Pierce, Dona Erickson, Wilma Wester, Diana Vine.
Mary Ellen Olson, Associate Editor,
Hugh Donnelly, Sports Editor, George Uman
Assistant Sports Editor, Frances Peterson
Reporters check the assignment sheet,
Staff prepares exchange issues for mailing
Providing The music aT rallies, foofball games,
and other programs was iusT a parT of The busy
schedule of The band under The direction of John
Wing. A Trip To Fresno To see The Michigan band
repeaT a previous Rose Bowl performance may
have been responsible in parT for The laTer fine
performances aT such events as MJC TalenT Day,
All CounTy Music FesTival, and Their own en-
ThusiasTically received Band Concert. The year's
acTiviTies were climaxed as Top honors were re-
ceived aT The Music FesTival held in Berkeley.
The band gave Their lasT public performances
aT The annual Open House and GraduaTion.
Officers of The band were Lorraine Brown,
presidenT, Ronald von Raics, secrefary, O. B.
Parks, sTudenT body represenTaTive.
Front row: Marilyn Nystrom, Dolores Chrisloffersen, Leoma Goessman, Bob Hartt, Wa
2nd row: Joy Newton, Vickie Paul, Dolores Nunes, Joselyn Harden, Betty Harlt, Paul Gross,
Front row: J. Soderquist, D. Lanphier, D. Fernandes, N. Schneider, A- Ward.
2nd row: G. Lundgren, B. Johnson, R. Puccinelli, D. Flesora, H. Lindquist, V. Murray
3rd row: H. Nystrom, R. Avila, H. Serna, V. Nickolauson, L. Mathewson, D. Larson, D. D
4th row: J. Haldeman, O. Parks, H. Knapp, J. Youngstrom, D. Larson, M. Christoffer
gren, E. Haldeman, C. Crown, A. Christoffersen, R. Schmidt, M. Vasconcellos, E. Wonstri
5th row: Mr. Wing, D. Morrow, L. Reeh, B. Lindquist, R. Rangel, B. Gilbert, J. Harden
linger. D. Whitt.
nault, Betty Olson, Gloria Khinoo, Harold Lindquist, Dean Flesora, Lois Fredstrom.
Lg, Monee Stage, Darlene Freeman, Neal Anderson, Phyllis Genseal, Bill Arment, John Soares
-erett, B. Harvey, N. Christoffersen, S. Holmes, S. Pike, J. Stage.
Hayes, E. Hinlrle, W. Newton, M. Stage, B- Whitt, L. Coelho, E. Van Vranken, R. Jerome.
arson, C. Soclerquist, P. Norsworthy, J' Soares, J. Huntley, M. Olson, M. Rydberg, H. Dahl-
Bimberg, B. Hinds, D. Coelho, L. Brown'
zlrer, D. Banta, R- Rawlings, J. Brandenburg, R. von Raics, M. Roberts, W. Chenault, L. Bal-
uHail Alma Mater"
Directed by John Wing, the Senior Orchestra
was kept very busy playing for many school
activities. These included the Christmas Pag'
eant, All School Flay, Spring Concert, and Bac-
calaureate. Selected soloists also played at the
MJC Talent show and the All County Band,
Orchestra, and Chorus Festival. Members of
the orchestra were honored to open an Armand
Girard Talent Show held in the THS auditorium.
The high point of the year for all was when
several individual soloists traveled to Berkeley
for the Annual Music Festival and were present-
ed with top ratings.
Orchestra officers were Darlene Freeman,
president, John Soares, vice-president, Monica
FRONT ROW: J. Folly, B. Baba, M. Smith, D. Vine, L. Windrem, M. Bothun, M. Skelly, M. Linhares, L- Macedo, E. Koftinow, C. Peter-
son E. Haldeman, R. Linn, F. Hallmark. 2ND ROW: J. Hardin, J. Erickson, M- George, V. Earp, L. Johnson, J. Barmore, Mrs. Graves,
Mr. Jones, A. Sousa, M. Spence, L. Morgan, M- Olson, M. Cardola, L. Jordon, J. Rocha. 3RD ROW: T. Hardesty, S. Gee, R. Bates,
K. Blomquist, L- Goessmann, B. Fox, J. Ray, A. Anderson, G. Washburn, L. Lackey, L. Smith. 4TH ROW: H. Matson, H. Knapp, D.
Larson, A. Mclean, G. Godfrey, J. Brandenburg, M. Hodnett, R. Smith, P. Johnson, K- Kyne, L. Casuga, P. Correll, J. Yates, E. Sarmas,
FRONT ROW: Evelyn Fakes, Barbara Russell, Wanda Smalley, Dorothy Barker, Shirley Bronson, Shirley Longo, Betty Bell, Jo Anna
Nutcher, Mary Linhares, Lily Macedo, Riva Linn. 2ND ROW: Lucy Hernandes, Peggy Hinkle, Vera Watkins, Ann Ross, Edith Collett
Mrs. Graves, Mr. Jones, Pat Gomes, Vivian Ewell, Helen Stookslaesry, Virginia Murray.
'iWithout a song.
Singing with zest at the Spring Concert and other programs, members ot the Choir and Ad-
vanced Glee were well received by students and parents alike. Soloists from each of these
groups also sang for many in-and-out of school performances,
. . the day would never end"
Blending voices for an enioyable year, the Mixed Chorus and Beginning Glee entertained
for clubs, assemblies, and the annual Spring Concert. Ever popular, these singers receive good
preparation for the Advanced Glee and Choir the following year.
FRONT ROW: Tommy Bell, Roy Milton, Clarence Demings, Harold Gee, Norma Young, Elverna Nully, Carolyn Nyquist, .Io Anne Ellett
El . . . . .
ayne Massey, Marlene Avants, Marie Garcia, Jimmy Earnest, Russell Harden. 2ND ROW: Lester Scarbrough Preston Martin Wal
lace Harrang, Leroy Crossman, .lim Motsirlger, Mr. Jones, Mrs. Graves, Delmar Osborne, Willard Harrang, Leon Oraves, Tommy Morris,
FRONT ROW: Sandra Sarhad, Lorene Seale, Aurora Tomas, Margaret Berg, Frances Eskandanian, Vivien Furtado Nancy Hill Donna
Middaugh, Marilyn Tyree, Pat Walker, Pat Ladd, Joan Austin, Rachel Fliflet, Jean Sinnett, Pat Pagel. ZND ROW: Dolores, Nunes,
Olivia Gallardo, Marva Gary, Mattie Smith, Annette Olson, Rosemary Goeken, Mrs. Graves, Mr. Jones, Jackie Ingwersen, Virginia Wat-
kins, Virginia Daniels, Elaine Davis, Sally Collard, Betty Johnson, Elaine Mitchell.
Top: Mary and Joseph are humble at the visit of the wise men.
Bottom: Angel Gabriel prophesies Christ's birth.
The three kings and the shepherds meet on the way to Bethlehem
uThe Shepherds' Star"
Two performances of the annual Christmas
Pageant, presented through the combined ef-
forts of the Drama and Music Departments,
were given on Friday evening, December
15th, and on Sunday afternoon, December
17th. Directed by Miss Jean Meadows, drama
coach, and Mrs. Anita Graves, vocal director,
the cast included the following:
Herald W H ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,Jerry Brandenburg Shepherds
lllllary Janet Hardin, Jackie Erickson Alemek Duane Humiey
milzspar Arch'e Mclean Joram Snnley Gee
I L ,
Melchior VVVV .rom Hardesty ll-:iadfel Magma :ot-:iris
Balthasar , , ,, Dale Larson 'e ' U C' er
Angel Gabriel ., , , Johnny Leverett Ellfanal' Eddie Van Vfanlwn
Joseph , , ,,,,, ,,,,, Y,,, , , , Ken Kyne Jerebai George Conant
Seraphim-Vivian Ewell, Evelyn Fakes, Shirley Longo, Virgitia Murray, Barbara Russell, Jeanine Veenendaal, Annetta
Left to right: Bill Nutcher, Archie McLean, Eddie Van Vranken, Virginia Murray, Barbara Russell, Duane
Huntley, Janet Hardin, Stanley Gee, Ken Kyne, Tom Hardesty, Shirley Longo, George Conant, Vivian
Ewell, Annetta Wolverton, Marion Roberts, Dale Larson.
.lane Bennett ,Betty Macedo Johnny leveretl
Mr- Darcy forgets his pride
llPride and Preiudicen
Set in a nineteenth century drawing room
of an English home, the plot of the All School
Play, presented on March l6th and l7th, con-
cerned fhe stubborn pride of Mr. Darcy and
the prejudice of Elizabeth Bennett against him.
l.ydia Bennett Margaret Collins
Mary lee Shelly
Top: The girls bring home their "catch."
Bottom: Mrs. Bennett :colds her husband,
Mr. Bingley ,,,,
Mr. Collins ,
Eddie Van Vranlmen
lady Catherine de Bourgh Elaine Ramos
Darlene Freeman, Elaine Ramos, Mary lee Skelly, Dolores Christoffersen, Eddie Van Vranlxen, Bobba Lopes,
Johnny leverett, Betty Macedo, Duane Huntley, Joselyn Harden, Marion Roberts, .lerrie Barmore, Margaret
Colfins, Bill Nutcher, Sallie Walters, Joan Pinkney, Donna Mayou.
Front row: Eddie Van Vranken, Margaret Collins, Duane Huntley.
2nd row: Betty Macedo, Karin Carlson, Barbara Gustafson, Barbara Fernandes,
3rd row: Miss Casstevens, Mr- Wing, Miss Zimmer, Miss Meadows.
Front row: Betty Powell, Bill Hinds, Marilyn Nystrom.
2nd row: Miss Meadows, Mrs. Graves, Mrs. Morell.
Throwing hands and hearts into boosting school spirit and enthusiasm, the Song and Yell
Leaders kept the student body in fine voice at rallies and games. On-the-spot inspiration hy
members of the Rally Committee prompted many lively and laugh-provoking skits. Hidden
talents were discovered in both taculty and students at the Talent Programs presented under
the direction ot the Assembly Committee. National Assemblies also provided varied entertain-
ment in such popular programs as Talking Mynah Birds and National Transcribers for the Blind.
YELL LEADERS SONG LEADERS
Eddie Van Vranken, Margaret Collins, Duane Huntley Barbara'Fernandes, Barbara Gustafson, Karin Carlson, Betty Macedo
Snow Queen, us Kung Bob Harwood
In the stardust of a song
cl d i
What a dance.
Backs: A. Alexander, R. Galvan, D. Ball, B. Beasley, G. Borges.
Line: D. Cederlind, E. Tale, V. Melton, B. Watson, J. Back, M. Larson, D. Odishoo
Although finishing the season in a tie for fifth, the Mighty Bulldogs, coached by Joe Debely
and Armand Seghetti, came out ahead in statistics in all but one of their games. In the first
game against Modesto they were handed a loss, but made a terrific comeback in the annual Tur-
key Day clash with a score of i9-O. No matter how rough the game or how far behind, the
Bulldogs always dug in and played with the old team spirit.
Coaches Joe Debely and Armand Seghetti
Valiant Varsity Vows Vengeance
Front row: D- Gary, D. Ball, A. Sanders, J. Yates, E. Smithcamp, E. Rodegerdts, J. Peterson, C. latif, J. Chapman, K. Falkenberg, R. Camp
2nd rowf A. Seglletti lcoachj, G. Borges, B. Beasley, D. Cederlind, E. Tate, V. Melton, B. Watson, J. Back, M. Larson, D. Odislloo, R. Gal
van, A. Alexander, D. Guilbert.
3rd NWI J. Delwly lwiiltl. H- Cassell, D- OSBOVM, D. Linn, G. Washburn, M. James, B. Slladle, F. Nielaaum, G. Conant, D. Carmo, C. Mc
Neil, A. Macede, E. Sarmas, I. Petersen lmgrJ
4th vow: B. Harwood, B. Hensley, D. Alsup, F. Rohslan, B. Butterworth, A. Mclean, M. Vanzi, G. Brown, D. Breen, D. Rae. J. Vowell, C.
Smithcamp, P. Grose lmgr.J
P- Gram rn
an Rs mobbed.
The boys gwe a y
eXX for meh opponents.
Waxson and Borges move in Gov We Kr
Beadeq and Borges pK
F YM ,
he Barrlmg Bulldo
gs come on rhe field
Bfll Beasle tri
Y es some fancy foorwoik.
Mode-sfoxhere comes Ball'
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lst row: B. Johnson, J. Tyler, J. Reich, C. Goodman, R- Swanson, B. Moore, J. McDaniel, A. Munoz, J. Ford lmgazl
2nd row: D. Wyatt, J. Sichender, R. Kent, B. Larson, O. Parks, W- Badal, J. Henson, T. Vierra, J. Stevens.
3rd row: D. Avalos, W. James, J. Vierra, J. Genseal, W. Tabor, T- Maples, J. Conner, J. Motsinger, A. Taylor, R. Morgan, S. Norton
lcoachj. ' '
4th row: I. Ward, D. Jamison, I. Yohannan, E- Boesch, L. Sweet, L. Delbon, D. Vierra, D. Carlberg, R. Sinclair, G. Pinkney.
5th row: B. Thorpe, A. Roias, S. Beasley, L. Swanson, R, Bates, C- Osborne, J. Fernandes, R. Spensley, D. Weise lCoachl.
Battling Bullpups Bag Blue Ribbon
The Bees went all the way tor the Sac-Joaquin Conference title and an undefeated season.
The team, coached by Dave Weise and Stanley Norton, allowed only one team to cross their
goal line for six points. Helping to bring about an enviable record was the teamwork that
was shown. The team worked together as a unit. No one person stood out, but through
cooperation the team was outstanding.
Turlock I9 Madera 0
Turlock 27 Oakdale 0
Turlock 13 Sacramento 0
Turlock 27 Grant 0
Turlock 26 Modesto 6
Turlock I2 Lodi 0
Turlock I3 McClatchy 0
Turlock 27 Woodland 0 E
Coach Dave Weise Coach Stan Norton
The Pazers pounce on Swanson
The "Flying Dutchman" swoops
down upon his poor opponent
Hi! 'em hard. Abe!
Turlock 12 Livingston 0
Turlock T3 Modesto 0
Turlock I3 Livingston 0
Turlock 26 Hilmar 6
Turlock 12 Modesto 6
Turlock 6 Modesto 0
Coach Charlie Cooke
Conquering Cees Capture Crown
The Cees, like the Bees, experienced an undefeated season. Playing against bigger and
heavier teams, they established a record that will be hard to beat in the future. Coach Charlie
Cooke not only taught them the high points in football, but embedded team spirit in them that
steadily increased as the season progressed. A game to be remembered was the one against
Modesto when the score stood 6-6 until the last play. Homer Pantazopulos passed to Fred
Beatty for a touchdown iust as the gun sounded.
lS1 ROW: W. Robertson. H. Pantazopulos, E. Taylor, F. Lankford, R. Berger, R. Fitzgerald, M. Lankford, R. Rangel, D. Burnett, L. Baker
F. Beatty. 2ND ROW: M- Petersen, R. Avila, B. Sandberg, D. DeKelaita, D. Berryhill, R. Cox, S. Avila, M. Marshall, E. Enos, B. Hartt
R. Jorge. 3RD ROW: S. Leatherman, B. Weiss, J. Helvie, A. Schendel, C- Channing, K. Hat-tt, R. Tolleson, B. Rude, C. Meurrens, D. Ey
berg. 4TH ROW. F. Munoz, J. Mills, B. Joiner, D. Woods, R. Robinson, N. Larson, V. Johnson, L Johnson, J. Simon, .l. Back, M. Ben
iamin, W. Brazil, L. Backus- 5TH ROW. M. Miller, W. Edeal, L, Brazil, C. Garrett, B. Bishop, J. Yettman, C. Chapman, J. Diaz, E.
Simmons, D. St Louis, B. Hill, J. Abraham imginl 6TH ROW: C.Cooke lCoachl, D- Main, B. Abraham, T. Allen, C. Burnett, B. Moon,
G. Mayo, H. Serna, B. Beatty, W. Mortimer, P. Brown.
Where is it?
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The Mighty Midgets move in
for the tackle.
D B ll Bill Beasley
Frank Niebaum Don Coelho Malcolm Hodnett anny a
S C O R E S
Turlock Merced Turlock 45 Lodi
Turlock Roosevelt Turlock 38 Modesto
Turlock Lowell Turlock 47 Oakdale
Turlock Oakdale Turlock 54 Woodland
Turlock Roosevelt Turlock 31 Sacramento
Turlock Merced Turlock 36 Stockton
Turlock Grant Turlock 40 Lodi
Turlock McClatchy Turlock 47 Modesto
Turlock Stockton Turlock 48 San Jose Frosh
Dave Weise demonstrates good guarding teclmique Ronnie von Raics out-lumps his opponent, as Malcolm
Danny Ball fights for the rebound to Bill Beasley Hodnett watches anxiously
From row: B. Beasley, D. Odishoo, R. von Raics, D. Coelho, F. Niebaum, M. Hodnett, D. Ball.
2nd row: D. Weise lcoachl, R. Bates, T. Vierra, H. Uecke, R. Camp, C. Osborne, S. Beasley.
3rd row: V. Melton lmgrj, W. Harrang, A. Macedo, E. Blomquist, W' Harrang, J. Reich, G. Helvio lmgnl
Avenging an earlier defeat, the Bulldog Cagers trounced the Modesto Panthers to wind
up third in the league standings. Led by Dave Weise, the local five took all of their practice
tilts and lost only four games throughout the season.
Cooke shows Abe Roias how to hold the ball Front row: R. Berger, D. Arrollo, A. Roias, M. David, R. Jorge, R1 Fitzgerald, B. Robertson, J Carter
K 2nd row: C- Cooke lcoachl, G. Lundgren, R. Swanson, L. Swanson, P. Peterson, T. Maples J Hen
son C. McDonald.
Under the coaching of Charlie Cooke the Bullpups ended the league season in a lie for sec-
ond. Several of their games, notably The last Modesto clash, proved to be thrillers and end'
ed with very close sores.
Phil Peterson gets the tip off.
"Gordie" Lundgren puts one up.
From row: L. Baclus, E. Lucero, R. Larson, T, Allen, B. Harvill, E. Taylor, E. Mirza, M. Porter. "Now, what do I do?"
2nd row: C. Cooke lcoachl, J- Mills, B. Lee, D. Dekelaita, B. Mortimer, B. Hill, H. Serna.
The Midget squad brought their season to an end with a .500 average. Although the
Cees played only two games, it must be said that they practiced hard. Coached by Charlie
Cooke, they faithfully turned out for early morning workouts, valuable practice for next year.
S C O R E S
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Possessed with the never-say-die spirit typical of
many Turlock High teams, the varsity baseball team,
under the leadership of Armand Seghetti, battled
through their games, win or lose.
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Coached by Charlie Cooke, the Bees closed a hard-
fought season showing promises of a bright future.
What a swingl! Slee-rm one'
Harcl-Hilling Big Leaguers
A Good, clean cutl
FRONT ROW: B. Moore lmgr.l, M. James, J. Tyler, J. Reich, B. Wat-
son, B. Harwood, J. Diaz, S. Beasley, C. Goodman imgr.l. 2ND
ROW: J. Stevens lmgnl, D. Osborne, R. Fernandes, A. Mclean, D.
Alsup, A- Seghetti lcoachl, B. Beasley, D. Odishoo, F. Niebaum,
D. Ball, A. Munoz lmgnl
FRONT ROW: H. Pantazopulos, l. Aquinige, B. Rude, R. Tolleson, A. Rojas, E. Mirza, E. Taylor, T- DeKasha, l. Backus
2ND ROW: J. Henson, A. Alexander, T. Maples, J. Yates, M. Johnson, I. Jenkins, R. Camp, J. Gilmore, J. Abraham
3RD ROW: W. Brazil, L- Sampson, D. Wright, P. Correll, J. Si '-n M. Petersen, A. Soares, C. Cooke lcoachl, D. Berryhill
Another Debely and Weise
coached team was the Bee Squad
which exhibited its greatest
strength of the season in the pole
vault and distance events.
FRONT ROW: M. Rangel, D' Eyberg, W.
Newton, D. Morrow, F. Todd, J. Tyler, B.
Melton, C. Moore. 2ND ROW: G. Lund-
gren, C. Osborne, R. Bates, J. Fernandes,
V. Black, J. Irving, D. Wyatt, R- Tyler, B.
Johnson, R. Spensley, S. Beasley. 3RD
ROW: D. Bache lmgr.l, R. Swanson, J. Mc-
Daniel, G. Bowman, R. Curci, J. Henson,
J. Motsinger, D- Wyatt, L. Swanson, K.
Cee Cindermen established
themselves as one of the strong
teams in the league. Throughout
the year they proved their power
in such events as the shot put,
880 yard run, and hurdle races.
FRONT ROW: F. Lanlxford, C. Meurrens, J.
Mills, D. Arollo, D. Wyatt, D. Yohannan,
C. Ro ers F. Beatt . 2ND ROW: L. Scar
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brough, B. Sandberg, B. Abraham, M.
lankford, B. Hernandez, H. Serna, B. Mor-
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E. Taylor, R. Cox, B. Hill, P. Martin, L.
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FRONT ROW: R. Shabazian, G. Carroll, F. Niobaum, D. Gary, D. Linn, D, Ball, J-
Richesin- ZND ROW: M. Larson lmgnj, B. Beasley, P. Peterson, G. Borges, B.
Nutcher, V. Melton, J. Rhodes, L. Oberkamper, L. Mendonca. 3RD ROW: D. Weise
lcoachj, B. Butterworth, D. Cederlind, E. Tate, C. McNeil, D. Odishoo, M. Hodnett,
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H. Nystrom. 2ND ROW: B. Hinds, R. Swanson, R. Kent, R. von Raics, B.
Johnson, J- Nothelfor.
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Johnson gets the word from Coach Marks. Roy Kent puts one over.
The tennis team battled furiously
under the direction of George Marks,
although the going was tough most of
the time. Tennis gained in popularity
this year as a record number of stu-
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Abraham, Johnie 36, 56, 82, 89
Abraham, Robert 48, 82, 90
Aguiniga, Louie 48, 89
Ahlberg, Joan 47
Alamsha, Isabelle 40, 42, 60, 61
Aldridge, Carol 37
Alexander, Atto 42, 77, 89
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Avery, Lonnie 47
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Bonander, Pat 48, 60
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Brazil, Lewis 37, 82
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Brazil, William 41, 82, 89
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Brooks, Donald 42, 56
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Chapman, Charles 47, 82
Chapman, James 24, 77
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Christodulis, Steve 24
Ailene 48, 60, 67
Delores 36, 60, 61, 66, 71
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Clark, Hal 39
Clark, Mr. Melvin 15
Clausen, Mr. L. M- 14, 56
Clementino, Louis 39
Coelho, Donald 21, 24, 67, 84, 85
Coelho, Jim 41, 56
Coelho, Lorraine 41, 60, 67
Co'e, Ardith 37
Cole, Jesse 47
Collard, Sally 47, 69
Collett, Edith 41, 68
Collins, Margaret 24, 54, 55, 57, 71, 72
Collins, Phillip 41, 56
Comrie, Howard 47
Conant, George 21, 24, 54, 55, 59, 61, 70,
Conner, James 41, 56, 80
Conover, Phyllis 24
Mr. Charles 14, 59, 82, 86, 87, 89
Cooper, Dale 37
Copeland, Joyce 47
Cordero, Rosie 47
Avila, Richard 47, 66, 82, 90
Avila, Stanley 48, 82
Baba, Betty 37, 68
Bache, Dallas 21, 22, 56, 90
Back, Jack 22, 76, 77
Back, James 41, 82
Baclman, Elaine 22
Backus, Lester 47, 82, 87, 89
Bacon, Doris 48
Caroline 21, 23, 55, 58, 6
Brown, George 47, 77
Brown, Lorraine 35, 60, 67
Brown, Norma 47
Brown, Paul 23, 82
Brown, Webster 48
Bruton, Bonnie 23, 57, 58, 60, 64
Bruton, Richard 42, 56, 90
Bryan, William 47
Buckingham, Miss Nancy 13
Buck, Sandra 47, 60
Bullet, Betty 38
4, 67, 96
Bacon, Douglas 48
Badal, Dolores 47
Badal, Norma 22, 58, 65
Badal, William 41, 80
Baker, Leroy 41, 82, 90
Baker, Veva 21, 22
Ball, Danny 22, 59, 76, 77, 84, 85, 88, 89, 91
Ballinger, Janet 22
Ballinger, Leslie 22, 67
Banta, Dale 47, 67
Barker, Dorothy 41, 60, 68
Barmore, Jerrie 21, 22, 68, 71
Barry, Rita 41
Bartgis, Caronell 41, 60
Bashor, Martha 22
Bates, Ronald 41, 68, 80, 85, 90
Baucum, John 42, 56
Bauqhman, Odell 47
Beasley, Bill 21, 22, 54, 55, 59, 76, 77, 84, 85,
88, 89, 91
Beasley, Lougene 41, 56, 58, 60
Beasley, Stanley 34, 36, 80, 85, 88, 89, 90
Beatty, Fred 36, 82, 90
Beatty, Robert 47
Beaty, Bill 42, 82
Beauchamp, Don 23
Becker, Joan 47
Beets, Sam 23
Beglinger, Bonnie 37
Beqlinger, Jack 41
Bell, Betty 37, 68
Bell, David 23
Bell, Donald 23
Bell, Leta 21, 23
Bell, Tommy 48, 69
Marshall 37, 82
Buller, Frank 47
Bunting, Mr. Carl 14
Burnett, Connelly 41, 82
Burnett, Don 41, 82
Burns, Dorothy 23
Burns, Mary 41, 61
Bush, Patsy 47
Butterworth, Bill 39, 77, 91
Cabral, Arlene 37
Camp, Richard 42, 77, 85, 89
Capes, Donna 48
Cardoza, Marie 23, 68
Cariberg, Donald 41, 80
Carlson, Harry 37, 56
Karin 36, 55, 72
Carlson, Marlene 42
Correll, Paul 41, 68, 89
Costa, Helen 47
Costa, Mary 34, 36, 60
Cox, Buryl 24
Cox, Russell 48, 82, 90
Crabtree, Doris 48
Crossman, Leroy 47, 69
Crow, Alta 41
Crowell, Gerry 21, 24, 55, 57, 96
Crowell, Robert 41
Crowell, Verna 42
Curci, Robert 37, 90
Cushman, Miss Catherine 13
Dahlgren, Harlan 24, 67
Daniels, Virginia 47, 69
Davaion, Joe 25
David, Milton 39, 57, 61, 86
David, Narsai 42, 61
Davis, Elaine 47, 69
Davis, Elwood 48
Davis, Ethel 48
Davis, Norma 48
Davis, William 43
Debely, Mr. Joe 14, 76, 77, 91
Deckard, Dale 48
Johnnie 42, 67
th, Myriam 35, 60
a, June 47
Carlson, Reuben 47
Carlson, Yvonne 40, 41, 55, 57, 58, 60
Carmo, David 39, 77
Carroll, Eugene 23, 77, 91
Carson, Margaret 39, 58
Carson, Mary 42
Carter, Jerry 35, 56, 86
Carvalho, John 35, 56
Carvalho, Mary 24
Cash, Georgia 41
Cassel, Barbara 24
Cassel, Herschel 20, 24, 77
Casstevens, Miss Marilyn 14, 59, 60, 72
Casuga, Lamar 37, 68
Cederlind, Dennis 24, 59, 76, 77,
Chambers, Lloyd 44, 56
Channing, Clark 47, 82
De-Kasha, Theodore 42, 89
DeKelaita, Donald 47, 82, 87
Delielaita, Juliet 37
DeKelaita, Kenneth 41
Delbon, Leslie 41, 56, 80
Delhart, Jimmie 42
Demings, Betty 25
Demings, Clarence 48, 69
Dias, Miss Mary 13
Diaz, Angelina 48, 60
Diaz, Elvera 41, 60, 61
Diaz, Jesse 36, 82, 89
Dickerson, Allen 37
Diggins, Darlene 47
Dill, Donna 41
Dimberg, Carol 41, 60, 67
Dinsdale, Miss Sophia 12
Donham, Lola 41
Donnelly, Hugh 25, 58, 65
Doo, Mae 37, 61
Droese, Karl 48, 56
Duke, Darrell 47, 66
Duncan, Nancy 47
Dunham, Ted 45
Duwall, Iris 47
Earnest, James 47, 69
Gee, Harold 47, 69
anley 46, 47, 68, 70
Geeson, Regina 47
Genseal, John 36, 80
Genseal, Phyllis 48, 60, 66
George, Deolinda 21, 26, 57, 58, 59, 60, 64, 96
George Dolores 39, 58, 60
George, John 44, 56
George, Louis 48
George, Mariorie 21, 26, 68
Gobson, William 42
Earp, Virginia 35, 68
East, Mary 48
Edeal, Wallace 47, 82
Egitkhanoff, Beverleen 42, 60
Ehrlich, Doris 39
Ellett, Joanne 36, 69
Ellett, Patricia 47
Ellington, Pat 25
Elston, Diane 48
Enderlin, Mr. George 14
Enos, Edward 41, 56, 82, 90
Erickson, Dona 39, 58, 65
Erickson, Jackie 21, 25, 55, 61, 64, 68, 96
Erickson, Shirley 25, 57
Erickson, Wanda 37, 61
Eschoo, Sonia 37, 57
Eskandanian, Faranquis 25, 69
George 35, 56
Espinola, Bernice 47
Evans, Jean 48
Gier, Geneva 37
Gier, Lila 41, 57, 58
Gi'bert, Bill 21, 26, 55, 66
Gilmore, John 58, 65, 89
Glass, Chester 47
Glenn, Doris 26, 60
Godfrey, George 21, 26, 68
Goeken, Rosemary 49, 69
Goessmann, Leoma 41, 56, 60, 66, 68
Gomes, JoAnn 42, 60
Gomes, Joe 35, 56
Gomez, Patricia 26, 68
Goodman, Charles 42, 80, 89
Goreham, Eleanor 26
Gotobed, Sydney 47
Graham, Don 48
Grant, Dorothy 47
Graves, Helen 42, 60
Graves, Leon 69
Graves, Mrs. Anita 12, 68, 69, 72
Gray, Byrdena 45
Gray, Doyle 39
Gray, Junior 35
Evensen, Walter 25, 56
Ewell, Vivian 21, 60, 68, 70
Eyberg, Dale 46, 47, 82, 90
Faddis, Claude 37
Faddis, Lula 47
Fakes, Evelyn 37, 60, 68
Falkenberg, Kenneth 77
Fant, Joy 38
Farnam, Patricia 47
Farrow, Bob 25
o, Carolyn 41
Green, Harold 43
Green, Shirley 47
Griffin, Aldred 43
Griffin, Richard 43
Grose, Coleen 21, 26
Grose, Inez 47
Grose, Iris 41, 56, 60, 61
Grose, Paul 37, 66, 67, 77
Grubb, Carl 26, 59
Guilbert, Don 26, 77
Gustafson, Barbara 42, 72
Fernandes, Barbara 40, 42, 60, 72
Fernandes, Dolores 35, 60, 67
Fernandes, James 41, 80, 90
Fernandes, Marvin 48, 56
, Raymond 21, 25, 89
, Shirley 48
Ferreira, Clarice 41
Ferreira, Larry 38
Fincher, Dorothy 47
Fiorini, Kenneth 36, 57, 90
Fitzgerald, Robert 41, 82, 86
Flesora, Dean 39, 57, 66, 67
Fletcher, Eugene 48
Fliflet, Joyce 38, 61, 65
Fliflet, Rachel 48, 69
Flint, Mr. Fred 10
Flint, Mrs. Lura 11
Folly, Jean 21, 25, 58, 60, 68
Ford, Jack 37, 58, 64, 80, 90
Foster, Richard 41, 56
Foulks, Jeanette 41
Fox, Barbara 36, 68
Frazier, Floyd 51
Fredrickson, Duane 47
Fredrickson, Lorraine 25
Fredstrom, Lois 47, 67
Freeman, Darlene 21, 25, 57, 61, 66, 71
Freested, Dorothy 41, 61
Freeze, Corinne 41
Fullerton, Doris 41, 56
Furtado, Vivien 47, 69
Gallardo, Oliva 48, 69
Galvan, Ruben 25, 76, 77
Garcia, Kenneth 48
Garcia, Marie 25, 69
Garrett, Charlie 48, 82
Gary, Don 25, 59, 77, 91
Gary, Marva 48, 69
Guthrey, Mrs. Edgar 14
Guthrie, Betty 35
Guthrie, Rosemarie 21, 26
Hackett, Jane 43
Hackman, Miss Carolyn 11, 58
Haddock, Lawrence 44
Haldeman, Eloise 21, 26, 56, 57, 61, 67, 68
Haldeman, John 42, 66
Haley, Herman 48
Hall, John 43
Hallmark, Fern 37, 68
Hall, Mr. Donald 14, 56
Hammons, Betty 49
Hammons, Edward 43
Hampton, Katherine 38
Hanreich, David 39
Hansen, Jack 43
Hansten, Marilyn 60
Harden, Joselyn 26, 56, 57, 61, 66, 71, 96
Harden, Russell 49, 56, 57, 69
Hardesty, Tom 39, 57, 68, 70
Hardin, Janet 21, 26, 57, 61, 68, 70
Harlan, Shirley 49
Harper, Joella 49
Harrang, Wallace 69, 85
Harrang, Willard 69, 85
Harris, Teddie 45
Harris, William 26
Hartt, Betty 48, 66
Hartt, Bobby 37, 57, 66, 82
Hartt, Jim 37
Hartt, Kenneth 48, 82
Harvey, Barbara 48, 66
Harvill, Billy 50, 87
Harvill, Kirtus 26
Harvill, Peggy 21, 27
Harwood, Bob 20, 21, 27, 59, 77,
Harwood, Nancy 48
Hawkins, Mrs. Carol 13
Hayes, Dixie 42, 66
Haze, Joy 43
Hazen, Barbara 43
Haze, Shirley 49
Hedstrom, Robert 26
Heimer, Carl 41
Heldt, Joan 49
Helvie, Gail 34, 36, 56, 85
Helvie, Jack 46, 50, 57, 61, 82
Hendrix, Joe 27
Hensley, Bill 21, 27, 77, 96
Henson, Jimmie 49, 80, 86, 89, 90
Henson, Marilyn 41
Hernandez, Bob 90
Hernandez, Lucylle 68
Hess, Dorothy 27
Hevrin, Robert 42
Hic! mon, Ross 36
Hill, Bill 49, 82, 87, 90
Hill, Katherine 42, 60
Hillis, John 37
Hill, Lloyd 43
Hill, Mrs. Marie 12
Hill, Nancy 50, 6?
Hinds, Bill 27, 57, 67, 72, 92
Hinkle, Evelyn 42, 67
Hinkle, Peqgy 39, 68
Hodnett, Malcolm 39, 68, 84, 85,
Hohenthal, Miss Helen 12
Holder, Dorothy 49
Holmes, Norene 41, 60
Holmes, Shirley 49, 67
Hooser, Thomas 50
Hopkins, Ormand 49
Hopson, Richard 44
Hotchkiss, Arthur 35, 56
Huber, Billie 49
Huddleston, Hazel 49
Hughes, Beverly 36
Hult, Arlene 50
Hume, Ted 36, 56
Hunter, Gladys 43
Huntley, Duane 21, 27, 55, 57, 70,
Huntley, Jacqueline 35, 66
Hyzer, Betty 27, 58, 60
lngwersen, Jacqueline 48, 61, 69
Irving, William 50, 56, 90
James, Carol 27, 58, 59, 60, 64
James, Merle 36, 77, 89
James, Warner 49, 80
Donald 56, 80
Ivan 42, 89
Jay 27, 56
Margie 43, 60, 61
Rosemary 42, 57, 60, 67
, Betty 48, 69
, Bruce-in 36
, Bruce-sr. 21, 27, 66
, Danette 49
, James 35
, Lauretta 43
, Leonard 37
, Lillian 43, 60, 68
Dale 21, 27, 58, 64
Marvin-soph. 43, 89
Mr. Lester 14
Mrs. Ina 13
1 Paul 35, ca
, Vernon 50, 82, 92
, William 42, 59, 61, so,
Joiner, Bernie 48, 82
Jolliff, Kenneth 27
Jones, Ferrell 50, 56
Jones, Lyle 43
Jones, Mr. Byron 68, 69
Jones, Sharon 42, 60
Jordon Le Ann 38, 59, 60, 68
Jorge, Jerry 21, 27, 59, 60
.'orge, Ronnie 49, 82, 86, 90
Karam, Lillian 28
Katheiser, Anita 42, 60
Kazup, Laverne 49
Keesey, Mr. Vincent 12, 56
Kent, Roy 36, 80, 92
Key, Billy 42
Khinoo, Gloria 38, 67
King, James 44
King, Joe 43
King, Jolene 45
Kirkes, Roger 49
Klint, Arvina 39, 61
Knapp, Howard 34, 35, 66, 68
Koftinow, Elaine 34, 39, 68
Komo, Sarah 28
Koonce, Jack 28
Kyne, Ken 43, 57, 68, 70
Kyne, Mary 50
Lackey, Leon 49, 68
Lackner, Diane 21, 28
Ladd, Patricia 49, 69
Lanchester, Mary 42
Landmeier, Gail 42
Lang, Charles 49
Lange, Maurice 56
Lankford, Donald 49
Lankford, Frank 82, 90
Lankford, Marvin 43, 82, 90
Lanphier, Diane 42, 57, 60, 66
Larson, Bill 36, 80
Larson, Carol 42
Larson, Dale 38, 58, 61, 65, 68, 70
Larson, Daniel 50, 66
Larson, Darryl 49, 66
Larson, David 21, 28
Larson, Dewey 42
Larson, Marvin 39, 76, 77, 91
, Norman 49, 82
, Ronald 43, 66, 87
Lasswell, Leo 38, 57, 58, 65
Latif, Chester 39, 77
Lazar, Jimmy 49
Leal, LaVerne 49
Leatherman, Stanley 49, 82
Lee, Robert 49, 87
Leverett, Johnny 34, 38, 57, 67, 71
Lewis, Betty 36
Lewis, Carol 48, 60
Lewis, Creatus 28
Lindbeck, Betty 49
Lindbeck, Donelda 39
Lindbeck, Sally 43
Lindquist, Barbara 21, 28, 66
Lindquist, Harold 35, 66, 67
Linhares, Mary, 21, 28, 55, 58, 59, 60, 61, 64, 68
Linn, Dick 28, 77, 91
Linn, Riva 28, 60, 68
Logsdon, Juanita 43, 60
Logsdon, Maurice 28, 68
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McLean, William 28, 68, 70, 77, 89
McNeil, Chuck 28, 77, 91
McNeil, Robert 29
McQuiston, Don 28
Macedo, Albert 29, 77, 85
Macedo, Betty 39, 71, 72
Macedo, Lily 21, 29, 68
Machado, Eleanor 49
Machado, Emily 42
Main, Delwyn,49, 69, 82
Malik, Rosie 21, 29
Mann, Jim 49
Maples, Thomas 43, 80, 86, 89
Marchbanks, Carlos 38, 56
Marconett, Carole 29
Marks, Mr. George 12, 55
Marques, Louise 29, 60, 96
Marques, Mary Ann 42, 60
Marshall, Martin 48, 82
Mathers, Bette 29
Mathewson, Lee, 45, 66
Martin, Josephine 29
Martin, Norman 39
Martin, Preston 49, 69, 90
Massey, Elayne 49, 69
Matson, Harvey 36, 68
Mattox, Carolyn 39
Mayer, Adelle 36
Mayer, Pearl 44, 60
Mayhew, Mardelle 38
Mayo, Gerald 50, 82
Mayou, Donna 34, 39, 57, 58, 60, 71
Mayou, Sharon 43, 57, 60
Meadows, Miss Jean 11, 57, 72
Mead, Ronald 35, 56
Medlin, Patsy, 21, 29
Mello, Irene 49
Melton, Bob 43, 58, 61, 90
Melton, Geraldean 45
Melton, Volgena 40, 42, 76, 77, 85, 91
Mendonca, Leonard 29, 55, 56, 91
Meurrens, Carl 43, 82, 90
Meza, Delfina 42
Midboe, Beverlie 21, 29, 58, 60
Midboe, Darlene 49
Munoz, Adolph 29, 80, 89
Munoz, Felix 49, 82, 90
Munoz, lrene 38
Murray, Virginia 42, 60, 61, 66, 68, 70
Mustoe, Ellen 49
Myers, Gwen 49
Myers, Imogene 49
Naff, Cloetta 38, 56
Nascimento, Dennis 50, 56
Nestor, Sue 50
Newton, Joy 50, 61, 66
Newton, Wayne 35, 56, 67, 90
Nicholas, Caroline 43
Nichols, Carol 49
Nickolauson, Verna 49, 66
Niebaum, Frank 21, 30, 55, 59, 77, 84, 8
Niel, Barbara 40, 43, 60
Niel, Gene 30, 59
Niland, Mrs. Fannie 11
Nili, Ali 38
Nili, Aliraza 50
Noack, Inis 42
Nolte, Larry 50
Nordeen, Clyde 44
Nordeen, Patricia 35, 60
Norman, Harry 38
Norsworthy, Paula 38, 66
Norton, Mr. Stanley 80
Nothelfer, Anne 42, 60, 61
Nothelfer, John 21, 30, 54, 55, 61, 92
Nugent, Ethel 60
Nugent, Evelyn 43
Nully, Elverna 48, 60, 69
Nunes, Dolores 50, 66, 69
Nunes, Norma 48, 60
Nunn, Freda 42
Nutcher, Bill 21, 30, 57, 70, 71, 91, 96
Nutcher, Dorothy 38, 60
Midboe, Joyce 43
Middaugh, Donna 49, 69
Middleton, Cornelia 48
Miller, Mariorie 36
Miller, Marvin 49, 82
Miller, Mary Alice 29, 60
Mi'ler, Mary Jo 38
Longo, Shirley 43, 60, 68, 70
Lopes, Bobbe 21, 28, 57, 58, 61, 64, 7
Lopes, Dolores 38
Lopez, Consuelo 50
Lucero, Edward 50, 87
Lundgren, Gordon 36, 61, 66, 86, 90
Lundgren, Mr. Archie 12
Lund, Walter 35, 56
Lyfes, Roland 44
Lynn, Michael 50
Lytle, Agnes 37
Mills, James 49, 82, 87, 90
Milton, Roy 49, 69
Mireles, David 29
Mireles, Delores 38
Mirza, Edward 49, 87, 89
Misso, Kenneth 43
Mitchell, Elaine 49, 60, 69
Mitzhall, Patsy 43
Mitchell, Sandra 50, 61
Mize, Bob 38
'lAiz2, Dale 38
Aize, Mariorie 49
.'Aize, Wayne 44
Mollard, Fredric 38
Montana, Alonzo 50
Moon, Billy 48, 82
Nutcher, JoAnna 42, 60, 68
Carolyn 50, 61, 68
Harlan 43, 66, 92
Nystrom, Marilyn 21, 30, 58, 61, 64, 66
5, 89, 91
, 72, 96
Oberkamoer, Leon 30, 61, 91
Ocken, Gene 43
Odishoo, Don 21, 30, 76, 77, 85, 88, 89, 91
Oliveira, Hilda 51
O'iveira, Madeline 38, 57
Olson, Annette 50, 69
Olson, Betty 21, 30, 67
Olson, Mar'ene-frosh 50, 66
Olson, Marlene-sr. 30
O'son, Mary Ellen 30, 58, 65, 68
O'son, Mr- Pershing 11, 61
O'son, Philip 38, 56, 57, 61
Osborne, Charles 43, 80, 85, 89, 90
Osborne, Delmar 30, 69, 77, 88
Oushana, May 45
Eddie 30, 56
Paqel, Patricia 46 50 61
1 t , 69
t, Ronald 21, 30, 57
McBride, Dorothy 37, 60
McCart, Edward 50, 56
McCart, Yolanda 21, 28, 55, 58, 59, 60, 61, 64
McClain, Shirley 49
McClintock, Jim 50
McCollum, William 50
McCormick, John 49, 56
McCuiston, Nell 36
McCullagh, Mrs. Georgia 10, 12
McDaniel, Jerry 38, 56, 59, 80,
McDonald, Clarence 43, 86
McLaughlin, Ronald 38, 56
Bob 42, 80, 89
Moore, Charles 29, 90
Moore, Mr. Loyd 11, 58
Moore, Terry 51, 56
Mor:-ll, Mrs. Blanche 11, 57, 72
Morqan, Glenda 42
Morgan, Janet 42
Morgan, Lou Etta 38, 68
Morgan, Richard 35, 56, 80
Morgan, Rita 37
Morlan, Don 38
Morris, James 50
Morris, Tommy 69
Pantazopulos, Homer 42, 82, 89
Parham, Catherine 30
Parham, Lillian 51
Parker, Sharon 30
Parks, O B. 36, 66, 80
Paul, Raymond 51
Pau'son, Dick 48, 92
Paul, Victoria 50, 66
Pearcy, Charles 50, 56
Pelch, George 44
Perdue, Emily 44, 60
Perry, Loren 36
Perry, Phyllis 35, 60
Morrow, David 21, 29, 57, 61, 66, 90
Mortimer, William 49, 82, 87, 90
Matsinger, Jim 49, 69, 80, 90
Mouzas, Mary 42, 60
Petersen, Clarice 21, 30, 60, 68
Eloise 51, 60
Ivan 31, 77
Petersen, Martin 43, 82, 89
Petersen, Philip 39, 86, 91
Peterson, Francis 31, 58, 65
Peterson, Gordon 44, 56
Peterson, John 39, 77
Peterson, Joyce 43, 58, 61
Peterson, Marilyn 43
Pickering, John 42
Lorraine 39, 60, 65
Pike, Sharon 50, 67
Pimentell, Rosalie 43
Pinkney, Joan 31, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 67, 71
Pinkney, Gayle 43, 80
Pinney, Evelyn 44
Pinney, Lavina 38
Pitman, Mr. John 6, 55, 96
Ponce, Sylvester 49
Porter, JoAnn 43, 61
Porter, Michael 50, 87
Potter, Shirley 51
Powell, Betty 38, 72
Powell, David 43
Preston, Leon 49
Prewitt, Helen 51
Pritchard, Shirley 45
Puccinelli, Roland 31, 56, 66
Pursley, Anna 31
Pursley, Billy 49
Radantke, Patricia 45
Rae, Donald 39, 77
Raics, Ronald von 37, 67, 84, 85, 92
Raleigh, Perry 35, 56
Ramont, Barbara 35, 60
Ramont, Phyllis 51, 61
Ramos, Elaine 37, 59, 60, 61, 71
Ramos, Wenona 51
Ramsey, Sharlene 43
Ransom, Peggy 31
Rangel, Richard 36, 66, 82, 90
Rawlings, Robert 44, 67
Ray, Joan 43, 60, 68
Reed, Deloise 36
Reed, Ruth 40, 43, 60, 61
Reed, Wayne 43
Reeh, Dolores 44
Reeh, LaVern 31, 56, 66
Jerry 38, 56, 80, 85, 89
Rhodes, Raydean 45, 56, 91
Rice, Don 31
Van Vleet, Gerald 21, 33
Richards, Evelyn 38
Richardson, Jack 38, 55, 56, 58, 61, 65
Richesin, James 21, 31, 57, 91
Riddle, Pat 44
Riley, Dorothy 51, 60
Riley, Jessie 51
Riley, Lillian 31
Ritchey, Saralee 45, 60
Ritter, Allen 51 -
Ritter, Jean 36
Roberts, Gerald 50, 56
Roberts, Marion 21, 31, 67, 70, 71
Robertson, William 34, 39, 82, 86
Robinson, Barbara 44
Robinson, Russell 51, 82
Rocha, Jeanette 43, 68
Rodegerdts, Ernst 31, 77
Roden, Wanda 45
Rodkey, Miss Estha 13
Rodriquez, Lillian 38
Fowland, Mr. Sattley 14
Rowley, Arlene 45
Rude, Benny 51, 82, 89
Runner, Frankie 45
Russell, Barbara 44, 68, 70
Rydberg, Marvin 44, 67
Saline, Albert 35
Sampson, Lawrence 51
Sanchez, Martin 31
Sandberg, Robert E. 50, 82, 90
Sanders, Al 21, 31, 77
Sandstrom, Miss Florence 11
Sanford, Samuel 51
Sansing, Darrell 44
Santos, JoAnn 50, 60
Santos, Manuel 51
Sarguis, Francis 37
Sarhad, Sandra 50, 69
Sarmas, Edward 37, 68, 77
Sartin, Henry 44, 56
Sawyer, Mr. Thomas 14
Scarbrough, Lester 51, 61, 69,
Scarbrough, Ray 31
Schaub, Mildred 35
Schendel, Andrew 51, 82
Schiffman, John 32
Schmidt, Ronnie 67
Schneider, Normella 50, 67
Schrum, Darlene 32
Schubert, Betty 35
Schubert, Earlene 51, 60
Seale, Lois 50, 69
Seder, Karen 44, 61
Segars, Harlan 36
Seghetti, Mr. Armand 14, 76, 7
7, 88, 89
Serna, Henry 50, 66, 82, 87, 90
Sexton, Corinne 50, 60
Shabazian, Ralph 20, 32, 91
Shackletord, Harold 36
Shackletord, Jackie 51
Shadle, Robert 20, 32, 77
Shimek, Helen 44
Shimek, James 35
Shotwell, Wanda 43
Showen, Truman 51
Sichender, Jimmy 35, 56, 80
Silva, Aileen 35, 60
Silva, Joseph 51
Silva, Mary 45
Silveira, Alberta 35, 60
Silveira, John 44, 56
Simmons, Euclid 50, 82
Simon, John 45, 82, 89
Simon, Katherine 21, 32, 60
Sinclair, Ronnie 50, 80, 92
Sinnett, Jean 51, 69
Sipes, Harold 51
Sipes, Vernon 36
Sisk, Doris 44
Sisk, Ella 32, 61
Skelly, Mary Lee 21, 32, 56, 57, 67, 68, 71
Slinger, Sharon 21, 32
Slinker, Arlene 32
Smalley, Wanda 44, 68
Smith, Goldie 51
Smith, Loren 36, 68
Smith, Marlene 45, 61, 68
Smith, Mattie 44, 69
Smith, Miss Ina 11, 61
Smith, Roger 45
Smith, Ronald J. 37, 61, 68
Charles 44, 90
Rogers, Troy 44
Rohslan, Fred 31, 56, 77
Roias, Abraham 40, 44, 80, 86, 89
Roome, Wesley 56
Rosby, Barbara 45, 56, 58, 60, 61
Rose, Dale 38, 56, 57
Rose, Joaquin 45, 56
Rose, Peter 51, 56
Roseberry, Gary 51
Roseberry, Wayne 45
Ross, Ann 35, 60, 68
Smithcamp, Clyde 45, 56, 77
Smithcamp, Earl 32, 77, 90
Snelling, Robert 37
Soares, Abel 51, 89
Soares, John 21, 32, 66
Soderquist, Carmen 36, 66
Soderquist, Joanne 50, 60, 66
Soderstrom, Kay 36
Soderstrom, Shirlee 43, 60
Soper, Barbara 50
Sousa, Annabelle 32, 68
Souso, Joe 32, 56
Spann, Dick 51, 56
Spear, Ben 32
Spence, Marveta 38, 68
Soensley, Reg. 32, 80, 90
Stafford, Carole 45, 60
Stage, Gerald 44, 67
Stage, Monica 35, 60, 61, 67
Stalians, Freida 32
Stalians, Laluan 50
Stamper, Harlen 33
Stevens, Ethel 50
Stevens, Jim 44, 80, 89
Neva 33, 58, 64
Donald 51, 82
Stone, Anna 50
Stooksberry, Helen 21, 33, 60, 68
Stooksberry, Kay 44
Stout, James 37
Stovall, Don 38
Sullivan, Ruby 37
Sumner, Howard 51, 56
Sunday, Lois 50
Swanson, Carlene 43, 60, 61
, Lynn 34, 39, 59, 80, 86, 90
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, Ronald 40, 44, 80, 86, 90, 92
Sweet, Loren 50, 80
Sweeten, Beverly 33, 55, 58, 65, 96
Tabor, Wesley 44, 80
Tanner, Delma 51
Tate, Billy 35
Tate, Eldridge 36, 76, 77, 91
Tate, Juanita 51
Taylor, Alan 45, 80
Taylor, De'ores 44
Taylor, Edcfe 51, 82, 87, 89, 90
Teekell, Carol 51
Thornburg, LaMonte 37, 56, 61
Thorpe, Bob 44, 80, 90
Tibbet, Clarice 51
Todd, Floyd 90
Todd, Norma 44
Tolleson, Ray 45, 82, 88, 89
Tomas, Aurora 50, 60, 69
Townsley, Betty 51
Traister, Shirley 44
Trivelpiece, Helen 37, 58, 60, 65
Tucker, Bill 45
Turnbow, Bob 45
Turner, Lloyd 21, 33
Tyler, Jim 33, ao, aa, a9, 90
Tyler, Robert 45, 90
Tyree, Marilyn 44, 69
Ubl, Virginia 51
Uecke, Howard 45, 85
Uman, George 33, 58, 65
Umsted, Leon 51
Van Vliet, Emily 36
Van Vranken, Eddie 33, 55, 57, 67, 70 71
Vanzi, Max 45, 77
Vasconcellos, Darlene 51
Vasconcellos, Maurice 38, 67
Vaughan, David 35, 56
Vaughn, Bill 44, 56
Vaughn, Robert 51, 56
Veenendaal, Mary 44
Velesquez, Tommy 45
Venema, Jane 21, 33, 60
Vice, Elizabeth 44
Donald 35, 56
David 44, 56, 80
Joe 45, 56, 80
Tony 38, 56, 80, 85
Diana 36, 58, 65, 68
Virgo, James 45
Volz, Billy 51
Vowell, Jerry 36, 77
Vrenios, Kanella 40, 44, 61
Vrh, Betty 45
Wahlborg, John 45
Walker, Patricia 50, 69
Wall, Merna 44
Walner, Karen 50
Walters, Sallie 37, 56, 57, 60, 71
Ward, Arlene 36, 67
Ward, Justin 80
Ward, Lola 44, 61
Ward, Louise 33
Warda, Helen 51
Warn, Richard 45
Warren, Angela 33, 56, 61
Washburn, George 36, 68, 77
Waterson, Bill 37, 55, 57, 61
Watkins, Vera 68
Watkins, Virginia 51, 69
Watson, Bert 36, 59, 76, 77, 88, 89
Watts, Franklin 45
Weise, Mr. David 14, 80, 84, 85, 91
Weiss, Robert 50, 82
Weimar, Kay 36
Welch, Boyd 37, 56
Wellander, Mr. Wesley 11
Wenstran, Everett 33, 67
Werner, Raymond 37, 56, 57, 58, 61,
Wester, Perry 35
Wester, Wilma 36, 58, 65
Wheeler, Mrs. June 13
Whitaker, Nancy 50, 60
Whitaker, Patricia 40, 43, 56, 60, 61
Betty 50, 67
David 51, 67
Williams, Mr. Paul 12, 58
Wilson, Betty 35
Wilson, Joan 51
Wilson, Lloyd 51, 56
Windrem, Louise 35, 61, 68
Wing, Mr- John 12, 66, 67, 72
Winters, Lucy 44
Wintter, Ella 44
Woiley, Leland 44
Wolverton, Annetta 44, 70
Woods, Darryl 50, 82, 92
Woods, Dorothea 43
Worswick, Hazel 36
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Wright, Fayrene 51
Wyatt, Dallas 33, 56, 80, 90
Wyatt, Dalton 35, 56, 90
Wyatt, Darrell 51, 90
Yates, James 44, 68, 77, 89
Yettrnan, Jimmy 50, 82
Yohanan, Jesse 38, 61
Yohannan, David 50, 56, 90
Yohannan, Isaac 44, 80
Youngborg, Mr. Franklin 12, 55, 56
Young, Leonard 33
Young, Norma 69
Youngstrom, Jerry 37, 66
Youngstrom, John 51
Youngstrom, Joyce 38, 60
Yowell, Josephine 50
Zamora, Marlene 51
Zaya, Helen 21, 33
Zimmer, Miss Rae 14, 59, 60, 72
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