Turlock High School - Alert Yearbook (Turlock, CA)

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',,.- -f-f-..--v-- -----7 --W ,.,.,c....-V- Y ,,K.t, . ,. , ,w--W, ., , V-.up - 5-6115 Foreword As we think back on the 1952-1953 school years, we find another step in the way of advancement behind us. We have opened our Home Economics Building and are planning the con- struction of the cafeteria and additional classrooms in the continuation of our building program. We invite you to review the act' ' ' through th ivltles and accomplishments of this past year e pages of our 1953 ALERT. . -ne, 3 iff' Table of Contents 1 N I 1, """" """' HBQQEX -' C - u 1 wffffwgfafffya JU .1 if SS sm czffff ' 'V " - ,,, ii ,mx f.'.. ' r 14 it xp 3" -A-Q 0 if .- NN . Wi 3-' '., Q' N' - 1 'DI' .1 Q' milking? A bi -'Q A .I .4 X T."-T..-""'Q iw 'fu "" V Yf"'IlfQ','f: MQ ,J ' ' vig f ' .3.umbo-rlpan 4 -ff A . MT-- sw Pages 9- 11 fx X ' o O " M J' ' IT. Uk Q. A 1 V 22? flf-iz ii x 'T 1 SS , x- A " im.A,-u-- G ,fe ,Sr Q? 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E l f if.. -v i " ' A QU -4 ,i I .Ii ,4 'Q J, :va ,f3fmgr'f . , -, . , . , 1 ' ' 1-1, . n L' Q -2, , A ., .351 , Us X ,- H- :x"? .rf '-,vW',, We dedicate this, the 1953 ALERT, to our classmate, Robert Rawlings, who gave his all that another might live. "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his triendS." John 15:13 gh.. Vg. . 'Q 1 v , X. ai f "4" A ' 1 1 ,, I I 1 l A 2 4 E I ' i I x 1 . x 3 E 1 A 5 l Z S ' s m f 2 5 I i ' 1 2 ! J ,. P I I HF ff' 5" ,f 5 ,f,,. l. i'4l' ' 2 5 . .fn- ' - J' , 3 3535 '15 f Wk f ' ' I ,Ki-:-- .- n- - 'g 14, ,Ln . 5 Y A . ., Y i , ,E nh' , 4 ,:. , .,. ' , 'S, 1 . . ? r' U - 1 ., 1 , . 1 F 1 . ! ' r 2 i I , 1 I i X1 I , A !. I 5 E f , , V . 1 1 3'-I ii- , A ..,.-L . , -- .T-., .. r ,.. ,- , f, , V . - .fu 1, V L." w .' 1 ' . . -.1 o 1 1 -.,-, I 1 law MV E '4,, 1,3 ,V A n ' ' frugn' f'l3'-19 4 J . , , - .-. ..-a ,. + , . - V-5"g',3',1:1f ,W-. ' "N" -'-'L : "i A F w Y Q r-31111 ,TA L 5' . V Q . 9 l ll 1Vf W .7 , ZZ! V X My, . 1 - V- ,, 1 4 ' D 2 "r Q f5,3i2ffwf1E e up 2 0 E Y ' l W' K v ., W ,, , ,1 sn!! Xifivn I 41+ 9 5 7' 1.019 'Ni L . ad ' ' L I sv i A ' -. KSN. f H ' V ' XH' 5 T . U. 7, RM JS -1 f j g I ff f f .ki---S 441, .K , : "1 h 11 . ! a I N' ,Q 'J ! J , f I i Q 1 , kia?-5 -1 --.--W if-- c---1---- Q- ---.. .A " ii f SX 13 'ESQ' ,MM MRS. GEORGIA MCCULLAGH Dean of Girls BOARD OF TRUSTEES BACK ROW Paul W Carlson Kenneth A Monieitlw FRONT ROW John A Swenson Ted Brown HenryJ Weiss MR. GEORGE MARKS Dean of Boys, Administrative Assisiant C HOW OLD ART THOU? Whatsoc-ver thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might, for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goestf' -Ecclesiastes 9:10 There is a right way and a wrong way to measure our earthly existence. I confront you with this stupendous question: "How old art thou?" Toward what destiny are you tending, and how fast are you getting on toward it? The brightest life must have its shadows, and the smoothest path its thorns, yet it is unfair to measure a man's life by his misfortunes, be- cause where there is one stalk of nightshade there are fifty marigolds. Some estimate life on earth by the amount of money accumulated. Now money may rep- resent refinement, education, and pleasant sur- roundings, but vve leave this world without a penny or a single certificate of stock. There are many who estimate their lives by the good they can accomplish. Of this I am sure: There is for each of you a field to culti- vate, a harvest to reap, a tear to wipe away, a soul to save. This is a good time to begin a new style of measurement. "How old art thou?" -JOHN H. PITMAN, Principal AALAND, JOHN Civics, History III lU.S.J ALLARD, JOHN English I, Il, Jornalism ARENDS, NIARGUERITE English III, IV Vocational English ARNETT, KAY Girls' Physical Education ASELL, GERALDINE Homernaking tCIothing 81 Foodsl CASSTEVENS, MARILYN Girls' Physical Education CLARK, MELVIN Driver Training CLAUSEN, L. M. Agriculture COOKE, CHARLES Boys' Physical Educa- tion, Math I CUSHMAN, CATHERINE Homemaking tFoodsJ DEBELY, JOSEPH Director of Physical Education DINSDALE, SOPHIA History II DRAGAN, GEORGE Crafts, Metal Shop, Stagecraft DUARTE, EMERSON General Shop, Mechanical Drawing DUFRANE, DANIEL Latin, English ll FAUGSTED, GEORGE History III U. 5.1 English II FERGUSON, CAROLYN Girls' Physical Education HALL, DONALD Agriculture IMechanicsJ HILL, MARIE Biology, Physiology Counselor HOHENTHAL, HELEN History II, History lll IU. 5.3, Visual Aids s it E with fbi XCLJL. l'l 52. fm 2 JOHNSON, LESTER Electricity, Math I JONES, BYRON Vocal Music, Spanish I French I JONES, JACQUELINE Crafts, Art KEESEY VINCENT Civics, History lll lU.S.l Counselor KULGREN, JANICE English I, Drama LEE, HARRIET Librarian, Counselor LUNDGREN, ARCHIE History I IAncientJ History Il, Study Hall LYNCH, JAMES English I MOORE, LOYD Math, Algebra, Counselor MORELL, BLANCHE Public Speaking, Phy- chology of Living, Counselor NILAND, FANNIE English ll, Spanish I, II OLSON, PERSHING English ll RODKEY, ESTHA Bookkeeping, Typing I, ll, Mathematics I ROWLAND, SATTLEY Woodshop SCHMIDT, ARTHUR Auto Shop SEGHETTI, ARMAND History ll, Boys' Physi- :al Education SMITH, INA Geometry, Algebra l, Trigonometry SWANSON, RALPH Physics, General Science Senior Science THORSEN, ESTHER Typing I, Stenography I, ll, Secretarial English WARD, ALICIA Crafts, Art I7 WATSON, BERT Typing, Records Office Practice WEISE, DAVID Boys' Physical Education WELLANDER, WESLEY English, Acting Head of Counseling and Guidance WHEELER, JUNE Homernaking CClotl1ingJ WICKERT, DONALD Algebra ll, Math I Vocational Math WILLIAMS, PAUL General Science, Biology WING, JOHN Instrumental Music EVENSON,lCAROL ANN Assistant Secretary JESSUP, MARLENE Student Body and Counceling Secretary JOHNSON, LORRAINE School Secretary LINDBERG, DOROTHY Attendance Secretary VAN ZANDT, COLYSTA Assistant Librarian BROWN ING, GEORGE Gardner, Custodian HAMILTON, OWEN Nightwatchman HANNE, FRED Supt. of Buildings and Grounds JOHNSON, ARTHUR Custodian-Gardner SHEPARD, JAROLD Custodian SPAHNLE, DONALD Custodian WOOD, WILLIAM Custodian FERGUSON, SAM Bus Driver, Substitute Nightwatclwrnan I8 AH W if .4 , ,, ,KW l i sa at . Eii5?if'f1ffffV I 1 Q51 'QW bk Z. 'Q-v.. ,ww GAYNOR, GERTRUDE School Nurse OLSON, HENRY Supt. of Transportation MARSHALL, WILBUR Transportation Assist- ant VALLE, PAUL Bus Driver NORMAN, ROBERT Bus Driver 19 1 r .R --- . 'Q " V -4 1 J. ,Lf 11- ,.- , 4 -. 1. M. 'V , sawn 41.5 V..:,., 1 . 'i 'L' I ' QL L' 'w i Lf? L -1' 3 h :Raj V L . , ,Wi A Y I, ' 4? H , 1: 15- . p,. .- ' 1 5 J ?"VF'C 11 19 -f -, I - . f , ,, A .J-947, .,v ,' .,..1 4 1 My . . 1 .,:- . Ln.-'lf rp, I x .' , h ,I - , -- , - ,Qs ' J M , vw- f-V ,-Pr 1, ,,. - ,fx - -1 - -V i. Q1-.f .' -, ,-.1 . - . V , 11 - y 'sf ,n,,+: , . gm f ., -t , I A v ri .- .. , v L f T, '. -'fl 'av I . ,135 0.- X v , 1 N' . 1 r 1 .- V1, 4. 1 Us JN ,,:1.?4,g,-Z,-E1,.'. .w Af QQ - 53 4 M , . I nf' f Q 3-g V If A, I vfkffwl ae A , 'lftiflgfwg v x fa V M f-1.2-J' c' A 1 ' QU x X fx L V l 'X -xx? y 732 V' s' 1 Q 1' .3 'r EN - Www N 1 U ff 35225. 'M Q' D 5+ H' bf ' W ' ggfif W N Q 2 CHUCK OSBORNE President ISABELLE ALAMSHA Secretary-Treasurer SENICDRS JIM FERNANDES Vice-President HOMER PANTAZOPULOS Yell Leader tw., ,. .... ---- .i:?s:25 , ,,,,wM: A , W Mi..---r - 7' ra.-qw: 2, - .Hmm if f f- , ..,. 'iffy "MW A N ww - fx X ,if X A X s , N - SS- a.-.-we - ffix y, - fi. 5- TZ? . K' T me SX? HW , QM N K ' Q vt "Q F M K X 55 33 .,. A .. Q1 K' Mk ,NB , N X it 9 X , my 1 WC L WE' r flaw aanilldnnb. lww- Isabelle Alamsha Arment, Bill Baker, Leroy Baucum, John VOR was Alexander, Atto Allen, Violet Anderson, Buford Avants, Mariorie Bailey, Margaret Bailey, Pat Barker, Dorothy Bartgis, Caronell Bates, Ronald Beasley, Lougene Berger, Richard Berryhill, Donald Borges, Marilyn Bothun, Marlene Bradley, lllene Brazil, Ray G. Brazil, William Bronson, Shirley Brooks, Don Bruton, Richard Burns, Mary Carorhers, Joan Ray Camp, Richard Carlberg, Don Carlson, Marlene Carlson, Yvonne Coelho, Jim Coelho, Lorraine uf-..u.,,,. Collett, Ediih Conner, James Crow, Ona Lou Crowell, Robert Crowell, Verna David, Narsai Decker, John DeKasha, Ted Delbon, Leslie Diaz, Elvera Dill, Donna Dimberg, Carol Egifkhanoff, Beverlene Enos, Edward Ewell, Vivian Fernandes, Barbara Ki, ? Eli is , . 3 ww' 14 we Fernandes, James Ferreira, Clarice Fitzgerald, Robert Foster, Richard Freestcd, Dorothy George, Jolwn Gibson, Evelyn Gier, Lila Goessmann, Leoma Gomes, Jo Ann Goodman, Charles Graves, Helen Graziano, Carolyn Griffin, Richard Grose, Iris Gustafson, Barbara HackeTf, Jane Haddock, Lawrence Haldeman, John Hamby, CarmaLe1ta Hamby, Waneeda Hanreich, David Hansen, Jack Harris, Marilyn Peterson Hayes, Dixie Hazen, Barbara Henderson, Carol Henson, Marilyn Hernandez, Bob Hill, Katherine Hill, Lloyd Holland, Joyce Holmes, Carol Hoyle, Rita Berry James, Nancy Jensen, Margie Jerome, Rosemary Johnson, Bill Johnson, Lillian Johnson, Marvin Jones, Lyle Jones, Sharon Katlweiser, Anita Key, Bill King, James King, Joe Kyne, Keny Landmeier, Gail Lanlcford, Marvin Lanplwier, Diane Larson, Carol Larson, Dewey Larson, Ronald Lindbeck, Sally Logsdon, Juanita Longo, Shirley McDonald, Clarence Maples, l. R. Mathewson, Leroy May, Thomas Mayer, Pearl Melton, Bob Melton, Volgene Meurrens, Carl Meza, Delfina Miclboe, Joyce Mitchell, Palsy Moore, Bob Morgan, Janet Mouzes, Mary Ann Murray, Virginia Nicholas, Caroline Nothelfer, Anne Nuiclier, Jo Anna Nystrom, Harlan Ockcn, Gene Osborne, Charlie Oushana, Mae Oushana, Melba Page, Troy Pantazopulos, Homer Parker, Jack Peterson, Gordon Peterson, Joyce Peterson, Martin Pickering, Scott Pinkney, Gayle Porter, Jo Ann Powell, David Radantke, Pat Reed, Ruth Reeh, Dolores Reyes, Frank Rhodes, Raydean Riddle, Pat Ritchey, Saralee 'Wd' air lu Rocha, Jeanette Roden, Wanda Roias, Abe Rosby, Barbara Rose, Joaquin Roseberry, Wayne Rowley, Arlene Runner, Frankie Rydloerg, Marvin Sartin, Henry Sealer, Karin Sayre, Nlarllm Slwovven, Bonnie Silva, Mary Silveira, .lolwn Simon, Jolwn Sisk, Doris Skinner, Katherine Smalley, Wanda Smith, Mattie Belle Smith, Roger Smithcamp, Clyde Soderstrom, Shirlee Stafford, Carole Stage, Jerry Stevens, Jim Stewart, Billie Swanson, Carlene Swanson, Ronald Sweeten, Gerry Tabor, Wesley Taylor, Delores Thorpe, Bob Turnbow, Bob Uecke, Howard Vanzi, Max Viarengo, Mary Vierra, David Vierra, Joe Vrenios, Kanella Vrlw, Beny Wall, Merna Ward, Lola Warn, Richard Watts, Franklin Wllilaker, Pat Winlter, Ella Marie Wolly, Leland Yates, Jim Young Paul Yohannon, Ike 1 Haiek, Don JIM HENSON President NORMA NUNES Secreiary-Treasurer JUNIORS DARRYI. LARSON Vice-President ELVERNA NULLY Yell Leader TOP ROW Carol Nichols Bill Mortimer Anna Mae Stone Don DeKelaita Shirley Fernandes Jim Henson MIDDLE ROW Felix Munoz Virginia Watkins Jesse Cole Par Page-l Warner James Barbara Soper FRONT ROW Norma Nunes Ray Brazil Pat Bonancler Richard Avila Corinne Sexton Jim Holmes TOP ROW Nancy Duncan Leon Preston Bernice Espinola Dennis Nacimento Marilyn Troth Mike Porter MIDDLE ROW Ralph Cardon Vivien Furtado Robert Vaughn Joanne Santos Richard Spann Dolores Nunes Pruett Burnant FRONT ROW Lloyd Wilson Marianne Vieira Marvin Fernandes Shirley Green Eddie McCart Helen Costa TOP ROW Leon Lackey Rosemary Goeken Elwood Davis Betty Hartt Frank Buller Vicki Paul Earl Blomquist MIDDLE ROW Pat Alsup Thomas Hooser Earle-ne Schubert Wesley Erickson Angelina Diaz Wesley Roomc FRONT ROW Roger Kirkes Carol Lewis Leon Untstecl Ethel Davis Jinwiny Lazar June DeKasha TOP ROW Norman Larson Evelyn Petersen Kenneth Garcia Pat Ladd Don St. Louis Joan Austin MIDDLE ROW Thakla Lang Philip Smail Barbara Boggess Manuel Santos Allie Mae Black Lou Aguiniga FRONT ROW Charles Chapman Donna Middaugh Edward Lucero Nancy Hill Lawrence Sampson Virginia Daniels TOP ROW Dale Banta Marlene Seale Bill Hill Marva Gary Don Lankford Elaine Davis Joe Siiva FRONT ROW Bob Lee Harold Sipes Casey Mathis Ed Mirza Elsie Espindula William Bryan Charlie Anderson TOP ROW Wayne Shackelford Ailene Christoffersen Chet Glass Marlene Flodman Lonnie Avery Betty Johnson Louis N. George Darlene Midboe Darrell Dulce FRONT ROW Eugene Fletcher James Earnest Robert Webb Pat Farnarn Nancy Harwood Russell Harden Clarence Deinings R, C. Arnold t - TOP ROW Gary Roseberry Lydia O'Brien Jim Mills Betty Whitt Ben Rude Roberta White Buz Carlson MIDDLE ROW Shirley Holmes Jim Yeltman Lillace Kyne Euclid Simmons Lois Fredstrom FRONT ROW Sandra Sarhad Pete Eshoo Margie Mize Harold Gee Inez Grose Peter Rose TOP ROW Karl Droese Verna Nikolauson Jim Motsinger Virginia Ubl Bill Walters Elverna Nully Dino Fulvio MIDDLE ROW Joan Heldt John McCormick Bonnie Pankratz Dick Paulson LaJuan Stalians Stan Gee Darlene Vasconcellos FRONT ROW Delwyn Main Carol Teekell Stan Leatherman Aurora Tomas Ken Smith Pat Walker TOP ROW John Hanis Shirley Ruffin Preston Martin Ellen Mustoe Wes Hayes Lula Faclclis George Brown MIDDLE ROW Ferrell Jones Shirley Harlan Tommy Morris Barbara Kennedy Howard Summer Doris Bacon FRONT ROW Mary East Daryl Anderson Fran Kious Bill Pursley Lucy Alvarado Don Bronson Q---...We 1 TOP ROW Phyllis Genseal Dan Larson Sharon Pike Vernon Johnson Marlene Olson Darryl Larson Nancy Whitaker MIDDLE ROW Eloise Petersen Bob Beatty Norma Christoflersen Darryl Woods Jean Evans Clark Channing FRONT ROW Bob Abraham Wanda Chenault Don Whetsel Margaret Berg Sydney Gotobed Danette Johnsen TOP ROW Allice Maggard Andy Schendel Regina Geeson Ken Hartt Darlene Diggins Charles Milhous MEDDLE ROW Margaret Blaylock Abel Soares Lillian Parham Loren Sweet Dorothy Fincher Bob Sandberg FRONT ROW Florence Rogers Jim Mann Reba Clendenen Tommy Sanchez Billie Huber TOP ROW Bill Volz Delma Tanner Reuben Carlson Juanita Tate Howard Cornrie Shirley Potter MlDDLE ROW Olivia Gallardo Charlie Anderson Diane Elston Leroy Crossman Eleanor Machado Dave Whitt FRONT ROW Roy Milton Irene Mello Grady Jolley Rosie Cordero Jack Youngstrom LaVerne Leal TOP ROW Henry Serna Sandra Buck Dell Breon Normella Schneider Bob Weiss Betty Lindbeck Eugene Boesch MIDDLE ROW Sandra Mitchell Billy Moon Jackie lngwersen Ron Sinclair Annette Olson FRONT ROW Wally Edeal Joanne Soderquist Lester Backus Alice Berry David Yohannan Karen Walner TOP ROW Burnie Joiner Marianne Drake Darrell Wyatt Connie Middleton Dennis Evans Shelley Sturdy MIDDLE ROW Barbara Harvey Martin Marshall Joan Ahlberg Terry Moore Carolyn Nyquist Ron Schmidt FRONT ROW Allen Ritter Elayne Massey Neal Anderson Arlene Hult Ray Paul Rachel Fliflet MARTIN AYALA President LIONEL GOMES Secretary-Treasurer SOPHOMORES DEAN REED Vice-President GENE GIVENS Yell Leader TOP ROW Fred lnabnit Ruth Watson Allan Preston Nadine Holder Gene Bristow Carolyn Forrette Gene Neill MIDDLE ROW Dick Olson Patsy Spann Oliver Shelton Carolyn Rosewall William Maceclo Marilyn Noroleen Leon Crouch FRONT ROW June Nelson Duane Cobeen Beverly Hahne Louie Martin Esther Benjamin Edward George Siv Larson TOP ROW Chuck Bostrom Bonelle King Richard Avalos Mary Sliotwell Robert Mays Barbara Hall Bill Wallace MIDDLE ROW Robert Sichenecler Mary Hunts Hank Warda Joy Green Alvin Thomas Marjorie Martin FRONT ROW .loan Cunningham James Coop Isabelle Martin Jolwnny Grimes Velda Black George Reyes Betty Casey TOP ROW Louis Schou Nancy Brown Don Thornburg Esther Serna Douglas Doss Phyllis Moore Bob Odishoo MIDDLE ROW Bruce Strickland LaVon York George Jensen Lynn Pollard Bill Nothelfer Maxine Alameida FRONT ROW Saundra Kimzey .lolwn Cowger Carole Bates Bill Bashor Gloria George Wallie Whitmire Dianne Glaser George Eslioo TOP ROW Larry Drossel Anita Henderson Denzel Brown Julia Jimenez John Clements Dolores Toste Gerald Herring MiDDLE ROW lola .Jacobsen Earl Anderson Norma Van Hook Kenneth DOO Leota Waltman Conarfl Smith FRONT ROW Danny Watts Patricia Abraham Hartly Spycher Alera Bixler Johnny Fernandez Ada Lou Holcomb Loren Epperson Jennie Serna TOP ROW Roy Johnson Arlene Papoff Don Agresti Glenda Parker David Yohannan Shirley Lackey Frank Alviso MIDDLE ROW Marilyn Goehring Nick Nixon Thelma Shackelford Nick Smernes Shirley Russell David Hume Sarah Carter FRONT ROW Dick Heldt Donna Lackner Don Zanos Joanna Olson Gary Clausen Barbara Dismuke David Hillis 44 aw we r iraq ...ai TOP ROW LeRoy Knapp Pat Olson Raymond Hedstrom Jeannette Joseph Jim Young Lois Lytle Gary Vollrath MIDDLE ROW Chas. Countz Sandy Briclgford Dean Shepherd Frances Huffman Jess Ayers Rexine Ferrcl Robert Bacon FRONT ROW Phyllis Isaac Richard Perry Flora Sargis Alfred Dugan Carol Markley Stan Squalia Dolores Gibson vor Row Dorothyt Holcomb Utah Griffin Colleen Foote ' Bob Wells Mary Mcflombs Billy Sayers Janie Hayes MIDDLE ROW Phyllis Middleton Jack Landmeier Judy Plett James Sartin Carol Howarrl Lionel Borges Mary Ann Boone Roy Smiley FRONT ROW George Watson Alyce Channing Larrie Yeakel Gloria Yonan George lsaac Betty Boucher Bob Weimar TOP ROW Robert Smithcamp Beverly Hightill Fred Farlinger Shirley Graves Donald Jordan Carol Fliflet Darryl Bauchamp MIDDLE ROW Robert Elam LaVal Swanson Rollan Rea Joanne Peterson Jay Booth Bonnie Richardson Bob Erickson FRONT ROW Margaret Goodman Robert Smith Sandra Matson Lionel Gomes Joan Garr Jerry Pankratz Elaine Souza s - TOP ROW Lester Prehm Helen Puccinelli Martin Still Julia Balla Rodger Anderson Dolores Espindula Don Russell MIDDLE ROW George Green Charlene Takvorian Glenn Dutra Sue Hale Gerald Oberkamper Eunice Nelson Danny Foster FRONT ROW Vermalee Ramos Grady Williams Adrienne Avila David Silva Betty Burnain Ronald Merryman Barbara Crowell TOP ROW Cliff Sanders Gail Richardson William Buck Louisa Soliero Tim Lindgren Phyllis Littrell Wallace Ray MIDDLE ROW Marvin L. Johnson Wilma McBroom Norman Johnson Suzanne Lepape David Roberson Darlene Horton FRONT ROW Judy Reynolds Johnnie Francis Devonajean Renner Don Erickson Pai Munson Glenn Ritchey Agnes Hiemsfra Richard Vaughan TOP ROW Lowell Tolleson Norma Lopes Charles Be-ede Marjorie Johnson Lawrence Jones Dara Winans Dean Reed MIDDLE ROW Ann Pennington Gene Givens Mary Terrell Roger Gregg Janice Mello Jackie Harlan Loieita Valle Armen Shabazian FRONT ROW Valerie Sebasriani Don Fox Charleen Egirkhanoff Jackie Miller Pam Hill Martin Ayala Janet Barker TOP ROW Ruth Tyrrell Don Hill Joan Deckarcl Don Conner June Burns Vernon Vrlw Jo Anne Cooper MIDDLE ROW Richard Dula Mary Jane Thams Franklin Jensen Clarence Petersen Mary Wallcn Roger Larif FRONT ROW Odell Graham Beverly Erickson Marcella Mares Tommy Olson Janet Holland TOP ROW Ann Littrell Don Stevenson Monteene Simmons Wayne Moss Mary Bailey June Mead Joe Price Verdenna Harris MIDDLE ROW Bill Fletcher Betty Stooksberry Ralph Givin Carrie Belcher John Stevenson Florence Reynolds Jack McCoy FRONT ROW James Seale Nancy Carol Booth Harold Drake Deanna Nunn Crespin Solarez Sally DeAngeles Jesse David ERROL VRH President DOROTHY HEDMAN Secretary-Treasurer I FRESHMEN RONNIE DIMBERG Vice-President EVA REYES Yell Leader TOP ROW Jerry Clements Janice Kirkendall Arnold Mayhue Sonia Wall Buster Crabtree Laquita Fletcher Billy Threet Dolores Schaub Lonnie Osborn Mary Hartman MIDDLE ROW Clarence Snelling Mildred Smith Eugene Woodward Sue Moss Donald Ragsdale Nancy Spear Ike Godines Dorothy Hedman FRONT ROW Ernest McConathy Dorothy Boggess Gerald Merryman Phyllis Martin Gary Wyatt Betty Gibson Gene Silva TOP ROW Bert Hendall Lita Parks Marvin Schreck Emma Donham Verner Johnson Helen Bethel Loye Willhite Dorothy Brazil MIDDLE ROW Goldie Goldsmith Jerry Swanson Juanita Garcia Victor De Lor Irene Oliveira Larry Dignes Leralene Baucuni Bobby Johnson FRONT ROW Clayton Pierce lvalene Garcia Melvin Brawton Charlene Folkner Bob Hinds Georgia Santos Robert Switzer Delores Yohannan TOP ROW Tom Waterson Patsy Leedom Glen Moon Charlotte Olson Jon Patzer Velma Duvall Lawrence Kelso Patricia Clayton MIDDLE ROW David Oeth Mary Hoard aiu Gaddy Patricia Hultine Glen DeMarcus Sharon Lackner Robin O'Brien Anita Epperson FRONT ROW Homer McCoy Ardell Gallettine Ted Raleigh Gracie Sartin Don McDaniel Pat Shook Amos Silveira Barbara Brittain TOP ROW Alvin Perry Margaret McCollun Clifford Bruton Mary Stooksberry Gene Steeley Wanda Jones Ray Hamilton Gloria Tucker MIDDLE ROW Jane Hall Ray Jimenez Carolyn Tibbet Albert Avalos Ramona Mitchell Jim Jimenez Harriet Foster Joe Yonan, Jr, FRONT ROW Dick Lowsian Minnie Sensing Leroy Robinson Betty Paul Joe Velasquez Charlene Bartlett Larry Whisenant Marie Castino TOP ROW Jerry Jerner Geraldine Patton Ronnie Dimberg Delores Shimek Robert Carlson Patricia Lawn Gary Weiss Alice Bond Herman Gier MIDDLE ROW Veronica Litynsky Ronald Whipkey Eleanor Cota Donald Moore lvanna Bates David Vandertord Shirley Clendenen FRONT ROW Laverne Emery Jim Blomquist Evelyn Lillie Dennis Roach Wilma Lewis Richard Johnson Norris Weaver Robert Andrino 3 l Q TOP ROW Jon Fairchild Glen Ward Yvonne Vetre Marvin Bishop Darlene Perry Nathan Hiemstra J. B, Selvidge Leroy Retzlatf MIDDLE ROW Bryce Wall Jessie Pritchard Delbert Michael Ray Donaldson Joe Bughi Genevieve Miguel Derrel Lee FRONT ROW Noel Matson Kenneth Hill Richard Rising Margie Oliveira Alvin Watson Celia Alvarado Harold Babb Stanley Gustafson TOP ROW Earleen Edberg Jimmy Anders ,n Nancy Todd Bob Phillir, Sadena I-'ardesty Gene Pike Margaret Souza Ted Falk MIDDLE ROW Mary Dell Washburn Allen Dougherty Linda Collins Jack Walswick Doris Peterson Larry Stinchcomb Carrolyn Woods Mel Stalians FRONT ROW Clifton Gee Betty Evans Arden Anderson Joan Decker Morris Francine Karen Husloy John Balla Carol Herring TOP ROW Martha Hart Norman Lund Joyce Launclenslayer John Greer Marilyn Soderstrom Robert Shelton Ivy Bridgford Don Harris MIDDLE ROW George Winters Loretta Gilbert Delmar Templeton Jennie Bowser Roger Cox De Ann De Paul Royce Byers Barbara Fiorini FRONT ROW Joan Bowser Ray Ferbrache Katherine Phillips Charlie Duree Pat Enos Eddie Santos Diane Duncan Ronnie Travels TOP ROW Jerry Booth Maryn Wolff Don Kempen Charleen Cederlind Errol Vrh Myrna Wymar Tommy Joiner Margaret Fitzgerald Burton Cobine MIDDLE ROW Charlene Curci Ken Davis Micky Morgan Barbara Sipes Marvin Russell Marlene Menclonca Arthur Hardin FRONT ROW Khanna David Lucille Petersen Milton Marshall Rachael Solarez Manuel Garcia Carlene Carlson James Booth Eva Reyes 51 All ' VX TOP ROW Wanda Kennedy Pete Daniels Nancy Gier Roland Martin Fred Donham Elaine Diggins Alvin Smith Shirley Walters French Francis MIDDLE ROW Floyd DeBoard Darlene Massey Raymond Costa Linda Carter Robert White Rosemary Rohrer Dixie Dornan FRONT ROW Doris Brown Wilbert Lloyd Dolores Brown Eddie Mitchell Marlene Russell Charles Mize Katherine Vieira David Goldsmith sf , S TOP ROW Marilyn Beede Merret Carter Barbara Vierra Edwin Gustafson Helen Pantazopulos John Souza Sharon Lucas Bob Johnson MIDDLE ROW Julie Van Vleet Don Whitaker Barbara Gray Lawrence Thom psoi Bevely Vierra Charles Lindbeck Betty Stevens Gary Norseen FRONT ROW Garry Whisenant Nadine Bloomer Bill Turner Mary Beatty Ronnie Cox Pat Schneider Jim Givens Tommie Bradshaw TOP ROW Bob McCormick Velma Karow Jim Murphy Ciarinda Dias Dennis Feery Mildred Brown John Zaya Shirley Gwin John Bigler MIDDLE ROW Dick Lutz Beverly Fiechter Robert Cockrum Muriel Hanson Dennis Felclkirchncr Janet James Fred Badal Helen Moore FRONT ROW Ernest Balli Evelyn Frago Robert Baker Claudia Jacobs Jim Truett Norma Dunham Ray Nelson Evet Alexander TOP ROW Shirley Kephart Edward Babb Nellie Melton Stanley Fernandez Nedra Sahlsfrom Fred Nugent Earline Maples Ralph Sturdy MlDDl.E ROW Gary Kyne Janette Foote Sidney Virgo Carol Fredine James Rawlings Ann Mafhewson Byrl Bowerman Sandra Gross FRONT ROW Gladys Enos Ira Payne Kay Smith Johnny Clark Arlene Costa Wesley Barrett Frances Toste Dan Belew , J 5569 , .5 . 45:29, '1' flfr ' " SK aypf: VVVVVVV V. 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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS ABE ROJAS JOYCE PETERSON MARVIN JOHNSON Vice President Secretary Treasurer TOP ROW-Sandra Buck, Mary Dell Washburn, Elaine Souza, Margie BOTTOM ROW-Bob Moore, Charlie Osborne, Ronald Swanson. TOP Jensen. BOTTOM ROW-Lila Gier, Sharon Pike, Yvonne Carlson. ROW-PeTer Rose, Bob Melton, Ray Brazil, Jay Booth. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES The Girls' League and Boys' FederaTion planned several ioinT meeTings Tor The year. One of The mosT inTeresTing vvas The appearance of The Oakdale Band. These are Two of The service organizaTions of our school, formed Tor The purpose OT promoTing a spiriT of loyalTy, courTesy, and helpfulness Throughout The school. THS's ExecuTive CommiTTee, under The capable leadership OT Bill Johnson, STudenT Body President, ac- complished many Things. OuTsTanding among These were sponsoring The blood bank, The WesTern Day, and organizing The Pep Club as an official organiza ion. The STudenT Body also Took over The TooTldall and baskeTloall concessions again under The supervision of Mr. Lloyd Moore. T .. A-KZQQS . . EXECUTEVE COMMITTEE FRONT ROW Russell Hardin, Marlene Flodnian, Marvin Johnson. Joyce PeTerson, Bill Johnson, Abraham Roias, lsabelle Alanislm, Margie Jeiiscii, Wesley Kuuniu Sharon Jones, SECOND ROW--Don Thornburg, PaT Whitaker, Diane Lanphier, Rosemary Jerome, Jo Arn Gomes, Jo Ann Peterson, Nancy Toclcl, Ronald Bates 57 gnc. u3O" Club Past and present members of The CLARION and ALERT staffs compose the "3O" Club. One of The field Trips was The San Joaquin Press Conference held in Stockton at The College of The Pacific. After The conference, The group attended The C. O. P. vs. San Diego Navy foot- TOP ROW-Margie Jensen, Jo Ann Gomes. BOTTOM ROW-Rosemary game. Jerome, Elvera Diaz. I Other Trips were also taken and several skating parties were held. 3iH"?'lfif3 who ' ' tt .S . 553'-J XM 7 5? f iv' 2 .5 f an V25 1. i"2W5?,iii3iSQQi-'W f .el ,,,xgg5w,,gf 5 ti',:.f.1QwSf2 3 . l . L L.. - al FRONT ROW-Sandra Mitchell, Elverna Nully, Elvera Diaz, Ona Crow, Isabelle Alamsha, Saralee Ritchey, Anita Katheiser, Jo Anna Nutcher, Karen Seder, Eunice Nelson. SECOND ROW-Ronnie Schmidt, Virginia Murray, Jackie lngwersen, Jo Ann Porter, Sandy Buck, Margie Jensen, Ruth Reed, Jo Ann Gomes, Kanella Vrenios, Jerry Sweeten, Sally Lindbeck, Jim Lazar. THIRD ROW-Jack Parker, Juanita Logsdon, Jeanne Ware, Jane Hackett, Marilyn Francis, Carlene Swanson, Pat Whitaker, Rosemary Jerome, Lillian Johnson, Marlene Flodman, Lois Kennedy, Dave Powell. 58 Junior Statesmen The Junior Statesmen is a group of students with a desire to become better informed citi- zens, interested in the democratic form of gov- ernment and hovv to take their place in such a government. On the less serious side they enjoyed their annual Christmas Dance, a spring gwimming Russell Harden, Sidney Gotobed, Jackie Ingwersen, Howard Uecke party, and are looking forward to the annual outing at Yosemite this summer. They also at- tended the State Conventions in Bakersfield and Oakland. BACK ROW-Mr. Aaland, Leroy Crossman, Leon Umsted, Howard Uecke, Bob Weiss, Darryl Woods, Ronnie Schmidt, Clark Channing, Bill Johnson, Mr. Keesey MIDDLE ROW-Sidney Gotobed, Pat Whitaker, Barbara Rosby, Tommy Hooser, Lillace Kyne, Joanne Cooper, Teddy Hume, Bonnie Richardson, Leorna Goessman BOTTOM ROW-Gary Clausen, Iris Grose, Elaine Souza, Russell Harden, Alyce Channing, David Hillis, Lougene Beasley, Inez Grose, Glenn Ritchey. 59 Q r HS aaa I yn.. r . ... ,K ,. . ' ' . ' I .... 1 X ,.,. .4 ,... ,I '--'--- -'-:' g Q g W 'I :Q .... 7 AQ s JP , 'ii' if . 'M F F M V v' I . K il 'V ,Q r x 4 5.1 I my I ii A I f f f G. A. A. lSeniorsI FRONT ROW-Carol Holmes, Frankie Runner, Caronell Bartgis, Juanita Logsdon, Bonnie Showen, Pearl Mayer, Leoma Goessmann, Carole Stafford. SECOND ROW!Yvonne Carlson, Pat Whitaker, Mary Ann Mouzes, Ruth Reed, Saralee Ritchey, Jo Ann Gomes, Isabelle Alamsha, Rosemary Jerome, Margie Jensen. THIRD ROWfLillian Johnson, Pat Riddle, Betty Vrh, lllene Bradley, Joyce Midboe, Arlene Rowley, Lorraine Coelho, Elvera Diaz, Iris Grose, Jo Anna Nutcher. FOURTH ROW-Sharon Jones, Marlene Bothum, Vivian Ewell, Kathy Hill, Carol Larson, Carlene Swanson, Ann Nothelfer, Carol Dimberg, Virginia Murray, Anita Katheiser, Helen Graves. G. A. A. Because of the cooperation ot all the G. A. A. members, this has been another year of successful girls' sports. G. A. A. members have much to be proud of because of their fair play, sportsmanship, and friendliness. Interclass sports, play days, and gay parties filled the year for the members of G. A. A. JO ANN GOMES CAROL LEWIS President Vice President G. A. A. lFresl1menI FRONT ROWfLaverne Emery, Nedra Sahlstrom, Veronica Litynslcy, Wilma Lewis, Marilyn Soderstrom, Betty Gibson, Earlene Maples, Diane Duncan, Katherine Phillips, Margaret Souza, Dixie Dornan, Nancy Todd, Karen Husby, Mary Dell Washburn. SECOND ROWfAlice Bond, Celia Alvarado, Charleen Cederlind, Marlene Mendonca, Charlene Cuici, t:va Keyes, LEI- lene Carlson, Rachael Solarez, Lucille Petersen, Margaret Fitzgerald, Mildred Smith, Laquita Fletcher, Mary Hartman, Carol Fredine, Janet James, Norma Dunham. THIRD ROWf Janette Foote, Sandra Gross, Dorothy Hedman, Muriel Hanson, Evet Alexander, Shirley Kinhart, Sue Moss, Myrna Wyinar, Barbara Sipes, Nellie Melton, Martha Hart, Barbara Fiorini, Patricia Clayton, Carolyn Woods, Sadena Hardesty. FOURTH ROW-Velma Duvall, Sharon Lackner, Ardell Gallettini, Gracie Sartin, Darlie Burnam, Rosemary Rohrer, Linda Carter, Arlene Costa, Ntargaret McCollum, Betty Paul, Helen Moore, Sonia Wall, Helen Bethel, Goldie Goldsmith, Shirley Clendenen,, Betty Evans. FIFTH ROW-Mary Beatty, Helen Panta- zopulos, Barbara Gray, Beverly Fletcher, Jennie Bowser, Joyce Laundenslayer, Lita Parks, Doris Brown, Dolores Brown, Nancy Gier, Katherine Vieira, Frances Toste, lvalene Garcia, Millie Brown, Nita Garcia, Romona Mitchell. I ,r ltviifli gf f S29 . . . G. A. A. Uuniorsl FRONT ROW Angelina Diaz, Belly Hartt, Shirley Ruffin, Joanne Santos, Vivian Furtado, Pat Bonander, Inez Grose, Margie Mize, La.luan Slalians. SECOND ROW Ethel Davis, June De Kasha, Pat Alsup, Phyllis Genseal, Elverna Nully, Rosemary Goeken, Carol Lewis, Earlene Schubert, Bonnie Pankralz. THIRD ROWfFlorence Rogers, Sandra Mitchell, Jackie Ingwersen, Norma Chrisioffersen, Joanne Soderquisl, Aurora Tomas, Norma Nunes, Pat Pagel, Marlene Olson. FOURTH ROW-Nancy Whitaker, Eloise Pelerson, Sandy Buck, Mar- lene Flodman, Margaret Berg, Danefle Johnsen, Jean Evans, Sharon Pike, Wanda Chenault, Marianne Drake. G. A. A. M The Club is open To all girls interested in sports. If is The largest group of girls ever to go out for G. A. A., and many champions of sporls were discovered during the year. ANITA KATHEISER JO ANNA NUTCHER Secrelary Treasurer FRONT ROW Beverly Highfill, Gloria George Saundra Klmzey Belly Burnam LaVal Swan on Margaret Goodman, Joanna Olson, Joanne Peterson. SECOND ROW Jennie Serena, Louisa Solfero. Palsy Spann, Marlene Foster, Mary Bailey, Sarah Carter, Shirley Lackey, Shirley Graves. THIRD ROW Adrienne Avila, Vermalee Ramos, Charlene Tak- vorian, Helen Puccinelli, Julia Balla, Judy Pl H, Nancy Brown, Carol Markley, Delores Eapindula. FOURTH ROW -'Barbara Crowell, Leota Walfnian, Donna Lackner, Francis Khinoo, Gloria Yonan, Alyce Channing, Janie Hayes, Mary McCombs, Colleen Foole. G. A. A. lSophomoresJ e ol BACK ROW-Howard Comrie, Sandy Buck, Nancy Gier, Rosemary Jerome, Beverly Highfill, Colleen Foote, Mr. Moore, Janette Foote, Olivia Gallardo Delma Tanner, Dan Larson. FIRST ROW-Dave Hillis, Joanne Porter, Lila Gier, Yvonne Carlson, Sharon Jones, Joyce Peterson, Iola Jacobson, Mary East Doris Bacon Pat Hultine, Ken Doo. Doris Bacon, Sandra Buck, Danny Larson, Mary East 62 Photo Club Members ot this club learn how to use a camera to the best advantage, how to develop and enlarge films and also study the techniques of photography. Some ot the activities of the year included the initiation party, a tall picnic, and a spring party. FRONT ROW-Jim Haddock, Bill Johnson, Sandra Mitchell, Jeanette Joseph, Lynn Pollard, Elaine Souza, Carol Teekel, Joan Garr, lris Grose, Karin Walner Barbara Hazen, Richard Vaughn, MIDDLE ROW eJohn Decker, Arlene Papolf, Janet Morgan, Carol Flitlet, Verna Nickolauson, Mrs. Morcll, Sandra Buck Bar bara Boggess Betty Whitt, Lila Gier, Mariorie Mize, Dara Winans, Norman Johnson. BACK ROW-'Don Haiek, Mary Burns, Jerry Stage, Darryl Larson, Harlan Nystrom Sydney Gotobed, Darryl Woods, Robert Weiss, Wesley Erickson, Leroy Crossman, Burni Joiner, Donald Erickson, Inez Gross, Jim Conners, Bob Melton Forensics The Forensic Club is composed of forty-tive local members and three vvho are in the National Forensic League. The maior purpose of this organization is to pro- mote public speaking of all kinds among high school students. Members compete in tournaments with stu- dents from many other schools. Every public speak- ing student automatically becomes a member of Jun- ior Forensics, but to become a member of the Na- tional Forensics Club, one has to earn 20 points. Points are earned by announcing assemblies, giving speeches before groups ot people, or participating in panel discussions and debates. Each Junior Foren- sics member strives long and earnestly to become a National Member. FORENSICS OFFICERS FRONT ROW Mary Burns, Sandy Buck SECOND ROW Bob Melton s..W ii L THESPIAN OFFICERS BACK ROW-Lila Gier, Leoma Goessmann BOTTOM ROW-Stanley Gee, Ken Kyne The Thespian Society The Thespian Society is a dramatic Club with ten points necessary for eligibility. These points are earned through work in plays or backstage. The purpose of the Thespian Society is to encourage students to develop poise and self control and to appreciate dramatic literature. The society assists in all dramatic presenta- tions and was co-sponsor of the Winter Dance. Miss Kulgren, Margaret Goodman, Valerie Sebastiani, Keny Kyne, Leoma Goessmann, Preston Martin, Jerry Brandenberg, Diane Lanphier, Lila Gier Rosemary Jerome, Yvonne Carlson, Pat Pagel, Mr. Dragan. 64 Oz Club If you have seen a student wandering around in a daze and muttering to himself, it was probably a member of the Oz Club practicing his part in one of the plays which they so capably presented to the stu- dent body this year. The purpose of this club is to further interest in dramatic arts and to give the members ex- perience in theatrical activities, thus working up to student di- rected plays. OZ CLUB OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester FRONT ROW-Stanley Gee, Diane Lanphier FRONT ROW fPat Pagel, Rosemary Jerome SECOND ROW-Yvonne Carlson, Carol Bates SECOND ROW Rexine Ferrell, Joanne Peterson FRONT ROW---Elaine Souza, lola Jacobsen, Pat Pagel, Carole Bates, Mary Jane Thams, Yvonne Carlson, Lila Gier, Barbara Crowell, George Dragan. SECOND ROW--Martha Sevre, Anne Mae Stone, Jo Anne Peterson, Lillace Kyne, JoAnn Porter, Rexine Ferrell, Dianne Lampltier, Joan Helt. THIRD ROW-Marva Gary, Flora Sargius, Lydia O'Brien, Rosemary Jerome, Preston Martin, Keny Kyne, Dick Paulson, Leoma Goessmann, Miss Kulgren, Johnny Brandenburg. 65 OFFICERS BACK ROW--Roy Melton, Jane Hackett, Carl Meurrens, Mr. Dragan, Isabelle Alamsha, Violet Allen, Colleen BACK ROWYCNI Meurrens Mary Ann MOUZSS Foote, Norma Lopes, Miss Ward. FRONT ROW-.lim Lazar, Beverly Higltfill, Shirley Graves, Mary Ann Mouzes FRONT ROWflsabelle Alamsha, Jim Lazar Mrs' Jones' Elhel Davis' Smock and Tam Club The Smock and Tam Club is one of the newest organizations at school. It is composed ot students interested in promoting an appreciation for art and those who wish to acquire a more thorough knowledge ot art. The club sponsors amateur art contests, the Christmas door decoration contest, and art exhibits of national, regional and local artists. The club takes monthly trips for painting, exhibits and art shows, Members must have at least a B average in art and one year of high school art. Science Club Another of the newer clubs at Turlock High is the Science Club. Its purpose is to gain a better knowledge ot science and astronomy. This group is also the custodian of the telescope donated by the 20 Ands. A trip to the Lick Observatory was the outstanding event of the year. FRONT ROW--Carl Droese, Laurence Epperson, Kenneth Doo, John Clements, Gene Bristow, Glenn Ritchey, Richard Rising, Johnny Decker, Sydney Gotobed, Keny Kyne. SECOND ROWf'Ralph Sturdy, Frank Buller, SUENCE CLUB OFFICERS Wally Ray, Narsai David, Jerry Stage. Wally Ray, Narsai David, Jerry Stage 66 ., . .- . ., . ..., WM., WJWW N. My y --......., FFR FRONT ROWfMr, Hall, Gary Clausen, Jay Booth, Paul Young, Marvin Fernandes, Peter Rose, Joe Vierra Mr. Clausen. SECOND ROW-George Winters, Ray Brazil, Bob Thorpe, Dave Vierra, John George, Gor- don Peterson, Ray Donaldson. THIRD ROW-Robert Vaughn, Pruett Burnam, Kenny Garcia, Dave Yo- hanan, Fred Donham, Richard Spann, Dennis Nascimento, Glen Ward. FOURTH ROW-Buford Anderson Joaquin Rose, Henry Sartin, Lloyd Wilson, Ralph Cardon, Leon Preston, Eddie McCart. I OFFICERS Us! Semesterj Jay Booth, Paul Young, Marvin Fernandes, Joe Vierra, Pete Rose, Gary Clausen Future Farmers of America The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agricultural leadership. Not only do these boys study agriculture, but they also make money of their crops and livestock. This year there were 85 members in the group. Among the field trips and functions held were a day at Fresno State College and a day at the Univer- sity of California at Davis. They also sent delegates to San Luis Obispo to the State Convention. Members show their stock at State and county fairs and at the Cow Palace in San Francisco. FRONT ROW-Harold Gee, Larry Whisenant, Ray Nelson, Jerry Swanson, John Greer, Robert Shelton. SECOND ROW-Delmar Templeton, Stanley Fernandez, Dean Shepperd, Denzel Brown, Ray Johnson, Willie Macedo, Dino Fulvio, Gary Vollrath. THIRD ROWfEddie Mitchell, Homer McCoy, Joe Yonan, Roger Cox, Manual Garcia, Charlie Duree, Jerry Booth, Gerald Oberkamper, Ed George, Gerald Herring. FOURTH ROW-Nathan Hiemstra, Noel Matson, Alvin Watson, Robert Baker, Edward Babb, Donald Harris, James Earnest, James Booth, Amos Silviera, James Coop. FIFTH ROW--Harold Babb, Robert Cockrum, Norman Lund, Robert DeHart, Tom Waterson, Jack McCoy, Billie Moon, Oliver Shelton, Jon Patzer. OFFICERS l2nd Semestell TOP ROWfPaul Young, David Vierra, Bob Thorpe, Robert Vaughn. BOTTOM ROW - Gary Clausen, Marvin Fernandes, Peter Rose. 3?- 67 FRONT ROW-Bernice Espinola, Nancy Duncan, Inez Grose, Marjorie Mize, Gary Clausen, Duane Cobeen, Jack Landmier, Glenn Ritchey, Larry Yeokel, Isabelle Alamsha, Anita Katheiser, Jo Anna Nutcher, Iris Grose, Lila Gier. SECOND ROW-Sandra Sarhad, Lillace Kyne, lola Jacobsen, Pat Hultine, Eva Reyes, Carleen Carlson, Rachel Solarez, Saralee Ritchey, Ruth Reed, Jo Ann Gomes, Margie Jensen, Joyce Peterson, Jo Ann Porter. THIRD ROW-Clarice Matthis, Lois Fredstrom, Pat Abraham, Carol Teekel, Sandra Buck, Aurora Tomas, Mary Ann Mouzes, Mary Viarengo, Norma Van Hook, Coleen Foote, Carol Markley, Rosemary Jerome. FOURTH ROW-Shirley Holmes, Pat Whitaker, Betty Evans, Ken Kyne, Margaret Berg, Soni Kimzey, Gloria George, Aylce Channing, Don Whetsel, Nancy Brown, Joanne Peterson, Carol Lewis. FIFTH ROW-Jean Evans, Pat Pagel, Janet Morgan, Carlene Swanson, Ann Nothelter, Nancy Whitaker, Norma Christoffersen, Eloise Peterson, Margaret Goodman, Elverna Nully, Aileen Christoffersen, Marlene Botltum, Rosemary Goeken. PEP CLUB OFFICERS FRONT ROW-Rosemary Jerome, Pat Whitaker SECOND ROW-Joanne Peterson The newest club at Turlock High is the Pep Club. Since so much interest was shown in the Pep Committee with sixty students turning out at the beginning of the year, it was decided that they should become an organized club. This club worked with the Rally Committee to plan several of the rallies and helped bring more spirit to our rallies and games. They also decorated the football field 'for home games and sponsored the football queen at the Thanksgiving game. 68 FRONT ROW-Richard Avila, Bob Hernandez, Ray Fitzgerald, Abe Rojas, Ronnie Bates, Jim Stevens. SECOND ROW-Ray Tolleson, Connelly Burnett, Bill John son, Bob Moore, Jim Fernandes, Charles Osborne, Charles Goodman, Joe Debely. THIRD ROW-Martin Ayala, Ronald Swanson, Pete Eshoo, James Connor Atto Alexander, Gayle Pinkney, Peter Rose, Martin Peterson. FOURTH ROW-Buzzy Carlson, Wayne Roseburg, Jim Yates, Clarence McDonald, Dell Breon, Jim Henson, Bill Hill, Marvin Langford. Boys' Bloclc UT" The Boys' Block "T" is proof that Turlock High has many outstanding athletes. The boys are not only active on the football tield, basketball court, baseball diamond, and tennis courts, but they also helped police the sport events. In the way ot social events the club had their Block "T" Dance and swimming party in the spring, plus the awards banquet where they received their well earned letters. BOYS' BLOCK "T" OFFICERS Volgene Melton, Bobby Moore, Jimmy Fernandes 69 fi: FRONT ROW-JoAnna Nutcher, Angelina Diaz, Jo Ann Gomes, Virginia Murray, Ruth Reed, Sandra Buck, Anita Katheiser. SECOND ROW- Earlene Schubert, Carol Lewis, Sharon Jones, Lillian Johnson, Saralee Ritchey, Caronell Bartgis, Norma Christotfersen, Jo Ann Soderquist, Pat Whitaker, Ann Nothelter, Nancy Whitaker, Carole Stafford. THIRD ROWeCarlene Swanson, Norma Nunes, Phyllis Genseal, Carol Dimberg, Mary Ann Mouzes, Isabelle Alamsha, Helen Graves, Yvonne Carlson, Lougene Beasley, Pat Bonander, Eloise Peterson, Margie Jensen. FOURTH ROW-Elvera Diaz, Iris Grose, Lorraine Coelho, Vivian Ewell, Rosemary Jerome, Leoma Goessmann, Illene Bradley Joyce Midboe, Elverna Nully, Rosemary Goeken, Pearl Mayer. Girls' Bloclc ii H The girls at Turlock High are becoming more sports minded each year as is shown by the increasing membership of the Girls' Block T. This club is composed of girls earning i500 points in sports and who show leadership ability and outstanding sportsmanship, Outstanding events were a progressive dinner, a snow trip, and the awards picnic at the end of the year. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS BACK ROW-Helen Graves, Aileen Christoffersen SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS FRONT ROW-Pat Whitaker, Diane Lanphier Elvera Diaz, Jo Anna Nutcher, Yvonne Carlson, Anita Katheiser 70 FRONT ROW-Mr. Wellander, Pat Enos, Mary Thams, Kanella Vrenios, Diane Souza, Maxine Almeida, Alyce Channing, LaVal Swanson, Joanne Cooper, Barbara Brittan, Elvera Diaz, Iris Grose, Barbara Rosby, Pat Pagel, Evelyn Lillie, Joyce Peterson, Karen Husby, Marydell Washburn, Siv Larson, Miss Smith. SECOND ROW-Coleen Foote, Carol Mark- ley, Virginia Murray, Rexine Ferrell, Joanne Peterson, Eunice Nelson, Ruth Reed, Marlene Flodman, Thakla Lang, Marlene Foster, Ailene Christoffersen, Rachael Fliflet, .lo Anna Nutcher, Anita Katheiser, Lila Gier, Pat Bailey, Pat Clayton. THIRD ROW-Judy Plett, Marilyn Soderstrom, Myrna Wymar, Lola Ward, Dorothy Freested, La Vonne York, Ann Nothelfer Elverna Nully, Carlene Swanson, Pat Whitaker, Shelley Sturdy, Rosemary Jerome, Barbara Harvy, Lois Fredstrom, Margie Jensen, Linda Collins, Sandra Gross, Lydia O'Brien, Nancy Todd, Earlene Edberg. FOURTH ROW-Duane Cobeen, Ronnie Schmidt, Howard Uecke, Earl Bloomquist, Wesley Roonie, Darryl Larson, Darryl Woods, Harlan Nystrom, Jerry Stage, Don Whetsel, Leon Umsted, Keny Kyne, Gary Clausen, Kenny Doo, Bob Melton, Grady Jolly, Dave Hillis, Russell Harden, Bill Johnson, Narsai David. C. S. F. The California Scholarship Federation is a state-wide organization for students who gain and main- tain a high scholastic average. This year for their educational trip, they traveled to San Francisco and spent a very enjoyable day. They entertained at a district meeting here in March and also presented a very interesting assembly. Life memberships are offered each year to seniors who have been members for at least four of the last six semesters including one from their senior year. The students who earn these are very proud of them. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS TOP ROWfKanella Vrenios BACK ROW-Isabelle Alarnsha, Pat Whitaker, Margie Jensen, Elvera Diaz BOTTOM ROW-Margie Jensen, Pat Whitaker FRONT ROW-Narsai David, Darryl Woods 71 Activities Pages 73 - 85' v s 5 3 1 ' s 1 S' " 1 T x ,gl + Q1 1 1 J K f , M N ' M 'f1f', N1X V J 4, f ff 1 55 4 X f 9 l R X A M V Vx f -l ,f - 'Q ' 1, 'X 'X , --T"-llggiili nj ' 1 .25 .W ml F2 , . , ? ,fffx- - Y yf W , ' 5:5 ! ' , I f N-.wa L::--- - -- 73 Mr. John Allard, advisor, Margie Jensen, editor, STANDING-Rosemary Jerome, Activities, Elverna Nully, Advertisements. Ronnie Schmidt, assistant editor SITTING-Jack Parker, Sports, Anita Katheiser, Classes and Administration, Jo Anna Nutcher, Organizations. Alert This year has consisted of hard but enioyable work for the ALERT staff. Taking pictures and meeting deadlines were lust a few of the prob- lems faced by the staff, but under the helpful guidance of Mr. John Allard, staff advisor, we have completed the annual. Our aim is to present school life at its best and we hope that every one will enjoy the '53 ALERT. 'gmt , ,xox STANDING-Sandra Buck, Copy, Dave Powell, Photographer. SITTING-Sally Lindbeck, Business, Jane Hackett, Art. mxmvnwwfww -... -V wa...-M.!.,.,.,a ., . ...quar- Isabelle Alamsha, editor and Mr. Allard, advisor EDITORS-Gerry Sweeten, Saralee Ritchey, Karen Seder, Isabelle Alamsha and Jo Ann Gomes. Clarion The Clarion staff took a great stride ahead this year by introducing a larger paper Than we've had before. For the first time the paper had advertisements which enabled the staff to put out a larger paper with more pictures, more columns, and more news items. lt is published once a week and even though the staff had a hard time meeting deadlines, they produced an outstanding paper. Busy handing out Clarions REPORTERS-Juanita Logsdon, Olivia Gallardo, John Fullilove, Marlene Flodman, standing. Elvera Diaz, Jim Lazer, Abe Rojas, Eunice Nelson, Lillian Johnson, Betty Johnson. i Band The band played at .all the school games and rallies this year, with high stepping Danny Larson as Drum Maior. Diane Lanphier, head maiorette and the four baton twirlers, Joanne Soder- quist, Normella Schneider, Adrienne Avila, and Yvonne Carlson came up with some neat routines. The group also combined with Modesto's band to present a very nice pro- gram tor halftime at the Thanksgiving game. Other activities included playing at the Spring Concert, the Talent Day at Modesto J. C., Graduation, and participation with the All County Band. On May l, the band traveled to Berkeley to compete in the Annual State Band Festival in Class A division. The band members look back with pride as their ability to keep the record of lst division rating which has been held at Turlock High, for seven years. The rest of the Turlock students feel as great a pride in their school band and the splendid iob they have done this past year. Th Orchestra e orchestra looks back on a full schedule this past year. They played at both the fall and spring School Plays and at the Christmas Pageant. In February selected members played at the All County Music Festival and in the spring the orchestra presented the Annual Concert. They also played for the Baccalaureate service to end a successful year. BOTTOM ROW-Pat Abraham, Yvonne Carlson, Delores Taylor, Nancy Harwood, Lillian Johnson, Shirley Graves, Maxine Almeida, Jeanette Rocha, Lucy Alverado, Margie Mize, Donald Fox, Roger Smith, Ronald Bates, Delwyn Main, Don Russell, MIDDLE ROW-Marlene Bothun, Wanda Smalley, Eloise Petersen, Pat Pagel, Marva Gary, Sandy Bridgeford, Joan Ahlberg, Beverleen Egitkhanoff, Shirley Russell, Ronald Swanson, Bobby Wells, Keny Kyne, Leroy Crossman, Leon Lackey. BACK ROW- Mary Jane Thams, Diane Lanphier, Glenda Parker, Alice Maggard, Dixie Hayes, Beverley Highfill, Shirley Bronson, Judy Plett, Mr. Jones, Vivian Ewell, Jerry Branden- burg, Norman Dinkins, Jim Yates, Larry Jones, Stanley Gee. its rpifr W Choir 'X During the year the A Cappella Choir presented many delightful assemblies and a concert in the spring. The Choir also traveled north This year to Music Festivals at Berkeley and the University of California where outstanding performances were presented. Among the other appearances were the Christmas Pageant and the Baccalaureate services. Each member looks forward to the party held each spring. GIRLS' OCTET Dixie Hayes, Marlene Bothun, Lillian Johnson, Jeanette Rocha, Margaret Berg, Marva Gary, Shirley Bronson, Beverly Highfill 78 i i FRONT ROWeMarlene Russel, Evelyn Lillie, Diane Duncan, Myrna Wall, Barbara Fiorini, Joan Decker, Marilyn Goehring, Doris Burchett, Joan Garr, Kaye Smith, Charlie Chapman, Don Bronson, Larry Stinchcomb, Jack Balsvvick, Wilbert Lioyd, Ronald Cox, Tommy Hooser, Conard Smith, SECOND ROWf-Marilyn Soderstrom, Sandra Gross, Carolyn Woods, Eva Reyes, Betty Evans, Fran Kious, Donna Middaugh, June Nelson, Mary Washburn, Joan Austin, Shirley Green, Sarah Carter, Marilyn Troth, Bryce Wall, Bob Erickson, Jerry Jerner, Tommy Morris, Donald Jordan, Bill Gaddy, Royce Byers, Arthur Harden. BACK ROWfClarinda Dias, Sonia Wall, Janette Foote, Kathy Hill, Ethel Davis, Harriet Foster Velma Karow, Barbara Gray, Charlotte Olson, Maryn Wolff, Mr. Jones, La Von York, Shirley Lackey, Julie Van Vliet, Lois Lytle, Shirlee Soderstrom, Roland Martin, Robert Kays, Gene Pike, Lonnie Avery, Preston Martin. Mixed Chorus The mixed chorus this year was composed of seventy mem- bers-the largest mixed group Turlock High ever had, They pre- ' sented several assemblies and entertained at Wakefield School, besides ioining with the Girls' Glee and A Cappella Choir to pre- sent the Spring Concert. Girls' Glee The Girls' Glee Club gained needed experience for the choir and advanced Glee Club by singing at assemblies, Wakefield School, and the Rotary Club at the Carolyn Hotel. The big event of the year was the appearance with the Mixed Chorus and choir in the Spring Concert. BACK ROW, Virginia Ubi, Carol Teekell, Aurora Tomas, Patsy Leedom, Sue Moss, Mary Hartrnan, Ramona Mitchell, Darlene Perry, Margie Oliveira, Margaret McCollum, Mary Viarengo, Mickey Morgan, Charlene Curci, Evelyn Sabie. MIDDLE ROW-Carol Herring, Mildred Smith, Wilma Lewis, Florence Rogers, Charlene Cederlind, Sadena Hadesty, Ivy Bridgeford, Betty Gibson, Genevieve Miguel, Agnes Hiemstra, Evelyn Peterson, Allie Mae Black. FIRST ROWA-Linda Collins, Carlene Carlson, Patricia Hultine, Pat Shook, Minnie Sansing, Earlene Maples, Jean Evans, Rachel Solarez, No'nta Dunham, Aleta Bixler, Arlene Costa, Celia Alvarado, Delores Yohanon, Deana Nunn, 79 Lett to right-Ted Maples, Valerie Sebastiani, Margaret Goodman, Charlie Goodman, Diane Lanphier, Keny Kyne, Pat Pagel, Jerry Brandenburg, Leoma Goessmann, Preston Martin, Marlene Mendonca, Janet Morgan, Stan Gee. Fall All School Play "Seventeenth Summer," this year's All School Play, was the story of Angie Morrow and her seventeenth summer, the summer after she graduated from high school. Angie, played by Pat Pagel, falls in love with Jack Duluth, a basketball hero, played by Jerry Bran- denburg. Two sisters give her advice and her school friend, Jane, does her best to take Jack away from her. Others in the cast of this romantic comedy included Diane Lanphier, Marlene Mendonca, Leoma Goess- mann, Preston Martin, Janet Morgan, Keny Kyne, Margaret Goodman, Valerie Sebastiani, Ted Maples, and Charles Goodman. Barbara Rosby was student director. Stan, Janet, Preston and Leoma Pat and Jerry Keny, Diane, Pat, Jerry and Margaret 5 I r Left to right-Margie Mize, Inez Grose, Leorna Goessmann, Yvonne Carlson, Margaret Goodman, Pat Pagel, Diane Lanphier, Rosemary Jerome, Normella Schneider and Lila Gier. Spring All School Play The play is about nine girls who go to spend a weekend at their sorority clubhouse in the Sierra Ne- vada Mountains. While they are at the clubhouse there is a mountain storm, during the storm a mur- der is committed. This leads to a mysterious but exciting adventure for the girls. On the lighter side, the funny streaks that keep the play gay are: Glarnorpuss in the person of Nor- mella Schneider and Shotput in the form of Rosemary Jerome. Glamorpuss had revenge in mind, for Shotput punctured Glamorpuss' car tire with a iavelin. The rest of the cost consisted of: Phyllis, Lila Gier, Jane, Leoma Goessmann, Freida, Yvonne Carlson, Alice, Margaret Goodman, Eve, Diane Lanphier, Mary, Pat Pagel, Shirley, Margie Mize, and Betty CTennes- seej, Inez Grose. The student producer tor this production was Nancy Brown. Pat, Normella, Rosemary Diane and Pat Leoina and Lila Carole, Preston, Keny, Carole, Martin, Joy, Phil, Royce Arden, Keny, Morris Keny, Arden, Rosemary, Morris Christmas Pageant In a large cathedral there was a magnificent set of chimes which rang only when a gift worthy of God was presented at the altar. These chimes had not rung for several years, but on this Christmas Eve they rang for the gift of two small boys portrayed by Morris Francine and Arden Anderson, who gave their services to help an old woman, played by Rosemary Jerome. "Why the Chimes Rang," was a Christmas Pageant this year. Others in the cast included Keny Kyne, Preston Martin, Carole Stafford, .loy Schiffman, Carole Bates, Royce Byers, Philip Smail, and Martin Still. The student producer was Margaret Goodman. Left to right-Phil Smail, Carole Stafford, Carole Bates, Keny Kyne, Morris Francine, Arden Anderson, Rosemary Jerome, Preston Martin, Joy Schiffman, Martin Still, Royce Byers Song Leaders Cylde and Joyce Yell Leaders Assembly Committee Every year an Assembly Committee is appointed to plan assemblies. This committee's purpose is to give Turlock High School the most entertaining and educational assemblies pos- sible. Among the many enjoyable ones this year were: Rubinott and his magic violin, the C. S. F. Assembly, the Modernaires and the Student Talent Assemblies. Rally Committee The great amount of spirit shown by the song and yell lead- ers was evident at all the games and rallies. This spirit was kept up throughout the basketball season. With the help ot the Pep Club, they presented many amusing rallies. Isabelle and Dick RALLY COMMITTEE: Standing --Lila Gier, Miss Kulgren, Saundra Kimzey, Margie Jensen. Sitting-Ke-ny Kyne, Nancy Whitaker, Jean Evans, Stan Gee, Jo Ann ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE: Left to right-ALeroy Crossnian, Betty Whitt, Ron Porter. Schmidt, Mr. Jones, Mr, Dragon, Mrs. Morell, Miss Kulgren, Mr. Johnson. 83 x Students dancing under the snowflakes CHRISTMAS Louis Carrano and his orchesira DANCE Intermission Hal Richards and his orchestra Seniors and their guests in Midnight Fantasy EW Wffgw 1. 2fi?g?f2ffg:f22f'W M M if? fffiwvw ,W wif MW ffw 23211 so Qfiifxizg Spt 4 ,Jw-.v-.IF aff TI' Xfxkfx 'S' Q ' f I L W Q V J ' f Q r my tgmgj 6 Nw X x iq -M23 f' 0 x L ' N U 1, f- ' I If mi ye Q Q, K X CQ' 5 W Varsity SEPT. 19-SAN JOAQUIN MEMORIAL HIGH-Here Bulldogs won their first game handily with Osborne and Fernandes lead- ing the attack. The entire squad participated with the exception of Alex- ander, who was iniured in practice. SEPT. 26-MANTECA-Here Osborne and Fernandes again sparked the team for the Bulldogs' sec- ond victory. OCT. 3-MODESTO-There Final practice game ended in 13-6 win for Turlock. The Bulldogs scored in the first half with good offense but bogged down in the second half resulting in the Modesto score. OCT. 10-GRANT-Here. Turlock bowed to Grant in first San Joaquin conference game 14-13. Turlock rolled for 260 yards on the ground to Grant's 90, but the Bulldogs faltered at the goal line on four scoring opportunities, giving Grant's pass- ing attack the winning margin. OCT. 17-LODI-There The team bounced back into title contention after the Grant disaster by beating Lodi 9-O. Alexander scored on an intercepted pass and a safety against Lodi completed the score. Football OCT. 24-STOCKTON-Here A weird 85-yard run and a pass score won for Stockton in the season's third conference game even though Turlock battled back by holding Stock- ton to 140 yards on the ground. OCT. 31 -WOODLAND-There The battling Bulldogs won over Woodland by a margin of 20-19, with the opposing team coming up fast in the fourth quarter in a vain effort to close Turlock's winning gap. NOV. 7-SACRAMENTO-There The team played their finest offensive game of the season for a 34-19 win. Local fans will long remember the great show of offensive blocking and running in the first half. NOV. 14-McCLATCHY-Here The Bulldogs exploded in the first half giving them control of the ball and bringing a 7-0 victory. Great running by Osborne and Fernandes and defense by Alexander resulted in Turlock's gaining 260 yards to McClatchy's 90. NOV. 7-MODESTO-Here The Blue and Gold lost to Modesto in the annual Thanksgiving Day battle. The team had plenty of chances to be in the game but could not capitalize on them, resulting in a sad day for the THS Varsity. lniuries to key players throughout the season kept the team from reaching its greatest efficiency and it was the spirit and team play shown by every member of the squad that made it possible to post a 7 wins-3 losses record for 1952, ending up in a tie for second place in the conference. FRONT ROW-Mr. Seghetti, Bill Johnson, Chuck Osborne, Atto Alexander, Jim Henson, Val Melton, Wayne Roseberry, Ronald Swan- son, Dell Breon, Lawrence Jones, Jim Stevens, Gayle Pinkney, Abe Roias, Mr. Debely. MIDDLE ROW-Don Berryhill, Richard Bruton, Dave Vierra, Ronald Sinclair, Dean Reed, Charlie Goodman, Ted Maples, Lloyd Hill, Joe Viera, Ronald Bates, Raydean Rhodes, Darryl Beauchamp, Clark Channing. BACK ROW-Joe Price, Les Delbon, Max Vanzi, Bob Weiss, Bill Buck, Jim Yates, Ray Hedstrom, Ray Fitzgerald, Norman Larson, Clyde Smithcamp, Loren Sweet, Buz Carlson, Henry Serna, Ken Hart, Andy Schendel. 88 ARMAND SEGHETTI JOE DEBELY Coach Coach Kneeling-Jim Henson, Val Melton, Wayne Roseberry, Ronald Swanson, Laurence Jones, Jim Stevens Standing-Ano Alexander, Charles Osborne, Abe Roias, Bill Johnson Kneeling-Jim Henson, Laurence Jones, Val Melton, Wayne Roseberry, Bill Hill Standing-Ronald Swanson, Abe Roias, Alto Alexander, Ronald Baies, Charles Osborne, Bill Johnson B Football TURLOCK 20, SAN JOAQUIN MEMORIAL 0 Marvin 'Scooter' Langford led the Bullpups to the first victory of the '52 season. An interception by Tate resulted in an 80-yard run setting up a TD. TURLOCK 20, MANTECA 0 Marty Ayala went 55 yards and 47 yards to score a Turlock TD. Mirza and Rose showed good blocking. Meurrens and Langford made the other goals. TURLOCK 33, MODESTO 0 Tate and Thorpe took over tackle positions on defensive unit, with Hernandez, Langford, Meurrens and Ayala leading the offense. TURLOCK 28, GRANT 0 Fullback Ronnie Jorge blasted the opposition with precision blocking to lead the way for the team's victory over Grant-the first conference win of the season. TURLOCK 18, MODESTO 6 TURLOCK 13, LODI 0 Quarterback Bob Hernandez came through with an exceptional job of calling signals to defeat a stubborn Lodi team. Don Thornburg played out- standing defensive and offensive ball. TURLOCK 20, WOODLAND 0 Undefeated Woodland team, out to revenge last year's loss to Turlock, fell prey to undefeated Bullpups. The Turlock B's continued their un-scored upon record. TURLOCK 19, SACRAMENTO 6 The Bullpups' un-scored upon record for the past two years was finally broken by the Sacramento Dragons, but the locals still remained un- defeated. TURLOCK 12, MCCLATCHY 13 Failure to score the extra point on two touchdowns cost the Bullpups a chance for their third straight Bee championship. The Lions handed the team their first loss of the season. The second tilt with the Modesto team proved to be a more rugged contest than the first one, but the Pups came through with another victory. FIRST ROW-George Eshoo, Jackie Miller, Gary Roseberry, Richard Avila, Bob Hernandes, Martin Ayala, Ronnie Jorge, Marvin Lankford, Bob Thorpe, Harold Gee, SECOND ROW-Jack Harlan, Ray Tolleson, Carl Meurrens, Don DeKelata, Rolan Rea, Charles Beede, Peter Rose, Don Thorn- burg, Richard Perry, Ed Mirza, Peter Eshoo, Jim Yettman, Ben Rude, Clarence Peterson, Dave Weise. THIRD ROW-Louie Aguiniga, Richard Dula, Robert Sicheneder, Tim Lindgren, Bruce Strickland, Gene Pike, Jim Mills, Leroy Knapp, Michael Porter, Donald Lankford, Pruett Burnam, Donald Hill, Bob Sandberg, William Brazil. TOP ROW-David Oeth, Tony Velasquez, Crespin Solarez, Bob Webb, Wally Edeal, Don Russell, Euclid Sim- mons, Jerry Jerner, Fred Farlinger, Vernon Vrh, Rusty Lutz, Dean Shephard, Donald Conner, Jay Booth, Peter Daniels, Ralph Carden. 91 BOTTOM ROW-Don Thornburg, Rallan Rea, Charles Beede, Pete Eshoo Ben Rude Marty Peterson TOP ROW-Tony Velasquez, Carl Meurrens, Don DeKelaita, Jack Harlan, Ray Tolleson George Eshoo Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock SCORES San Joaquin 0 Ma nteca O Modesto 0 Grant O Lodi 0 Woodland O Sacramento 6 McClatchy l 3 Modesto 6 Coach Dave Weise BOTTOM ROW-Don Thornburg, Richard Perry, Gary Roseberry Ed Murza Peter Rose Jmm Yettman Ben Rude Marty Peterson. TOP ROW-Ray Tolleson, Bob Thorpe, Martm Ayala Ronald Jorge Bob Hernandez Marvin Lankford, Carl Meurrens. 4 1 FRONT ROW-John Souza, Sidney Virgo, Albert Avalos, Bobby Smith, Bob Smithcamp, Nick Nixon, Lawrence Sampson. BACK ROW-Ed Lucero, Charlie Chapman, Bob Johnson, Clarence Peterson. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Coach Charlie Cooke 9 19 23 30 6 14 26 SCORES C Football LIVINGSTON-OCT. 9 Turlock's main attack in the season's first tilt was reverses, resulting in a 32-12 victory over the Livingston squad. MODESTO-OCT. 19 1 Peterson scored on lateral plays. Pass play from Peterson to Johnson capped the victory for Turlock 19-12. CERES-OCT. 23 Pass plays took the lead for a 25-6 win over Ceres. Peterson, Chapman, Bob Smith, and Lucero were standouts. DOWNEY-OCT. 30 The blue and gold squad played their best game of the season to win over Downey High School 33-7. The whole squad was in there playing lop ball. LIVINGSTON-NOV. 26 Johnson, Peterson and Lucero again sparked the mighty Cees. Avalos and Nixon played hard to cop a 25-0 victory for THS. FRONT ROW-Fred Casteel, Albert Avalos, Charlie Countz, Dan Belew, Bob Smithcamp, Ted Falk BACK ROW-Don Moore, Lawrence Sampson, Charles Chapman, Ed Lucero, Bob Johnson. W. Au , TOP ROW-Philip Smail, Arden Anderson, John Balla, Charles Mize, Ray Ferlorache, Harry Drossell, Bob Switzer, Mel Stalians, Ronald Whipkey, Dick Torosian, Gary Norcleen, Don Ragsdale, Jack Balswick, Larry Stinchcomb, Larry Dignes, Robert Andrino, Dick Olson, John Stevenson, Gary Whisenant, Don Stevenson, Joe Velasquez, James Rawlings, Byrl Bowerman. THIRD ROW-Gene Steeley, Cliff Bruton, Jim Blomquist, Robert Carlson, Charles Lindbeck, Dave Goldsmith, Gary Kyne, Stan Squaglia, Alvin Smith, Bob Phillips, Ed Gustafson, Dave Roberson, Bob McCormick. SECOND ROW-Don Moore, Ron- ald Dimberg, Dan Belew, Ted Falk, Merritt Carter, Wilbert Lloyd, Lionel Gomes, Leroy Robinson, Charles Countz, Fred Nugent, Fred Casteel. DOWNEY-NOV. 'I4 First night game of the season saw Lucero leading the attack for a 26- IA win over Downey. Pass interceptions throughout the game stopped the Downeyites and held them. MODE-STO-NOV. 21 The Cees won their final game 6-O for an undefeated season. Good third quarter play was a highlight of the game. M, Coach Dave Weiss 2 t Clarence McDonald S C 0 R E S T 5 Patterson 42 T 46 Ceres 33 T 47 Downey 1 7 T 64 Patterson 35 T 54 Oakdale 32 T 54 Downey 31 T 27 Grant 39 T 33 McClatchy 27 T 38 Stockton 39 T 33 Lodi 29 T 37 Modesto 39 T 39 Woodland 36 T 39 Sac Joaquin 42 T 42 Stockton 59 T 54 Lodi 53 T 54 Modesto 42 96 Buz Carlson Jim Henson Dean Reed Marvin Johnson Abe Roias Homer Pantazopulos 0 Manager Darryl Beauchamp TOP ROW-Dave Weise, Jim Henson, Roy Hedstrom, Marvin Johnson, Stretch McDonald, Karl Drose Max Vanzi, Dean Reed, Ted Maples. FRONT ROW-Harold Gee, Ray Fitzgerald, Abe Roias, Buz Carlson Lawrence Jones, Thomas May, Homer, Pantazopulos, Val Melton. A Basketball The Varsity Basketball team end- ed the League season with a 55 point record. Although it sounds like a fair season, several of these games were lost by a very close score. Team scoring was led by "Stretch" McDonald and floor play was managed by Abe Roias. Team- work was good throughout the sea- son. B Basketball The Bullpups came out in second place in the league this year even though they lost only one game which was to Grant, the team who won the championship. The team played very good ball all year under the direction of Charlie Cooke, Coach. Richard Berger, a senior, turned in an excellent scoring record. Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock SCO 43 4l 42 39 39 56 35 32 Al 54 32 51 52 35 47 48 42 Coach Charlie Cooke RES Patterson Ceres Oakdale Downey Patterson Oakdale Downey Grant McClatchy Stockton Lodi Modesto Woodland Sacramento Stockton Lodi Modesto FIRST ROW-Jack Miller, Ed Mirza, Roger Gregg, Ed Lucero, Martin Ayala, Gene Givens, Charles Beede Arden Anderson. TOP ROW-Martin Peterson, Jack Harlan, Bill Nothelfer, Stan Gee, Albert Avalos Don Thornburg, Richard Berger, Gene Pike. FIRST FOW-Armen Shabazian, Fred Badal, Byrl Bowerman, Robert Erickson, Bob Carlson, Fred Nugent, Don Moore, Jim Young. SECOND ROW-Jackie Miller, Bob Phillips, Dan Belew, Jim Givens, Robert Baker, Arden Anderson. , 'V in :"':' 'R Manager Harold Gee C Baskelloall Although if appeared To be an unsuccessful season for The "C" Basketball team, The players gained much valuable experience which will aid Them in future years at T. H. S. Coach Armand Seghetti FRONT ROW-Gene Ocken, Ronnie Jorge, Ben Rude, Charles Price, Roger Gregg. MIDDLE ROWAJim Henson, Ronnie Sinclair, Chuck Osborne, Abe Roias, Ray Tolleson, Frank Colliers, Marty Peterson, Don St. Louis. BACK ROW-Roy Milton, T. R. Maples, Atfo Alexander, Dean Reed, Ed Mirza, Manuel San- tos, Westley Crespin. A Baseball As of press Time, the Varsity Baseball Team has not won any league games, although They did win Two practice games. The team worked together with a great spirit ot team play, and worked hard under the leadership of Coach Armand Seghet- Ti, gaining valuable experience. 100 FRONT ROW-Don Berryhill, Arden Anderson, Jim Jimenez, Nick Nixon, Lionel Gomes, Jim Givens, Dan- ny Belew, Bob Baker, Bob Johnson. MIDDLE ROW-Marty Ayala, Lawrence Jones, Gene Givens, Gene Pike, Ted Falk, Don Moore, Jerry Jerner, Clarence Peterson, Bob Smith. BACK ROW-Fred Nugent, John gfvensog, Jkoe Price, William Buck, Albert Avalos, Merril Carter, Jim Rawlings, Jerry Clements, Coach ar ie oo e B Baseball Although The "B" Baseball team had The spirit, iT lacked The luck To win The games. The Team seems To be picking up, but the Alert went to press before The Team was able To win any games. Coach Charlie Cooke FRONT ROW-Darryl Beauchamp, Loren Sweet, Del Breon, Chuck Osborne, Jim Fernandes, Ronald Bates, Richard Bruton, Ray Fitzgerald, Bill Johnson, Ronald Swanson, Valgene Melton, Conard Smith. BACK ROW-Henry Serna, Leroy Baker, Jim Conners, Ray Rhodes, Alvin Perry, Stretch McDonald, Ray Hedstrom, Frank Buller, Preston Martin, Bill Hill, Grady Jolly. A Track Throughout the year Turlock's A track team coached by Joe Debely, had great drive and power. Several school records were broken. Bob Thorpe and Bob Hernandes sparked the team in hurdles. Coach Joe Debely 5255 M FRONT ROW-Charlie Chapman, Pete Eshoo, Bob Thorpe, Bob Hernandez, Carl Meurrens, Rallan Rea, John Bigler, Tommy Morris, Mar- vin Lankford. MIDDLE ROW-John Brandenburg, William Brazil, Delwin Main, Jim Yettman, Richard Avila, Don Dekelaita, Paul Walker, Donald Threet, Pete Rose, James Sartin. BACK ROW-Fred Farlinger, Euclid Simmons, Don Thornburg, Don Langford, Bob Beatty, Bob Odishoo, Denzel Brown, Crespin Solarez. B Track There were a large number of boys who went out for B track. There were a few outstanding players, but the whole team was great. They won most ot their meets, and always did their best even though they didn's win the league championship. C Traclc A good example of the "small but mighty" is the "C" Track team, This year the team exhibited its power by winning first the Southern Division championship and then later beating the Northern Division championship, too. FRONT ROW-David Oeth, Don McDaniel, Amos Silvera, Leroy Robinson, Dany Watts, John Souza, Glen Ritchey, Tom Hooser, Mel Stalians. MIDDLE ROW-Jack Harlan, George Eshoo, Gerry Berkheimer, Charles Lindbeck, Bob Erickson, James Earnest, Gary Clausen, Jay Booth, Edward Babb, Robert McCormick, Harold Gee. BACK ROW--Stan Gee, Tom Joiner, Don Conner, Cliff Bruton, Earl Vrh, Byrl Bowerman, Ronald Dimberg, Jerry Booth, Dean Shepard. Dil H ll an u as . BACK ROW-Bill Nothelfer, Clark Channing, Darryl Woods, Darryl Larson, Bud Johnson. FRONT ROW-Harlan Nystrom, Sidney Gotobed, Dick Paulson, Russell Harden, Ronnie Swanson. The Turlock High Tennis Team is starting out in fine shape. As defending champions they have a lot to live up to. They have won matches against Patterson, Ceres, Orestimba, Oakdale and Lodi and have lost only one league match to Stockton as of press Time. 4 Tennis Coach George Marks 104 Go Coach Joe Debely 9 'A John Fullilove, Eugene Boesch, Ron Schmidt, Bob Weiss, Don Haiak Turlock High's golf team, under the leadership of Joe Debely, played such schools as Downey, Modesto, Stock- ton and Lodi. Within a few years, golf will certainly be one of our leading sports. The 1953 golf team starred Eugene Boesch, Don Haiak, John Fulilove, Bob Weiss and Ronnie Schmidt. 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Diane is asking Homer and Ray for help in selecting a sports outfit from the wide selection at J. C. Penneys. It takes fine skill tools as vvell as good lumber to build Beverlene gives some sisterly advice to Charlene on a home. Don and Bob are checking on a skill saw at choosing flowers for every occasion from Davis Flower Turlock Lumber Co. Shop. 1 F' A 9 u aff V s Qin Q z K fs, NK iw ' N ,S Q . x 15- :1 , X -X X qs x S, Q' iq. 5. ix J Si Q ilu nf L of sf- - X - :.::i':. rf':- x -X ,: 1sfX'g, ' s 5 f- . "if .L lffwi -l l.. f f M .1 I 12 ,ff Q 5A -' , f ' Q H A N T I Q1-5:52 K ' ' , 1 .Q y 5 'ga . N Q x sy. NS ULSSA Mxw- vw vi, 1- r ., ,x ,,M.,, wx , W Q NN .sfnwww -QQ x- Ssyskf ki: K GM? 19,4 MAL A : . f.f fefxg g fi J ag 2. EQ '21 if ,X v . -,xg 3 Axfw s x fgaf QL ' . f K 1 .' 5 Q- X :K .. L. 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Everyone is at Brenn's Drive ln, where the food is delicious and the service good. Olson's Pharmacy provides the answers for that "peaches Barbara and Alice show two of the smash hits in cotton and cream" complexion. Carol and Pat choose their favor- for Spring and Summer available at Ruth Farmer's. ite shade of lipstick from the wide selection. Y-swam. Q 5 nm mm. ,ww WZ' KA . ,V JA -X, Q X K 15 A., 0. I X ig W V Q S Q X Q x ww 1 .::.. 'Z' 5'ss'.z?i 5 X y QR KN X 1 K x Q 5 9? ik 1 . 'X , QM: sg Q .MQ ww I , sw ggi , ill? ' ' 2 J .47 25559 Y X . ,. ., ., Q x fy Wayne and Connelly are looking over shoes that are good looking and long wearing. Compare pri- ces and quality and you'll see why Coey's Shoe Store is one of Turlock's favorite shoe stores. Evelyn is as pretty as a picture in her cashmere sweater chosen from Larson's fine selection of beautiful cashmeres. Whether you want fancy pastry like the crocodile that Wanda is showing Marlene and Phylis, or cakes, cookies, breads, and doughnuts the place to go is the Better Bread Bakery. "Mix 'em or match 'em," the newest in sportswear found at Turlock Mercantile. Sandy, Vir- ginia, and Ann show the many combinations available in candy stripes and solid colors. Be a well dressed girl by mak- ing your own clothes and select your materials from Hammond's yardage of all descriptions. Ail- ene and Norma choose a striped material for matching sundresses. Sow the seed, then mow the lawn. lt's a vicious circle but this power mower from Chris- totferson's Poultry, Egg, and Feed Market will help Ronnie and Raydean through the iob. Ready for the beach in the best catch of the season are these sail cloth sportswear at Jewel Dress Shop. Sally chose a skirt and blouse, while Joanne's favorite is a pedal pusher outfit. Whether it be a quick milkshake or a short lunch, for taste and friendliness, it's always the Co-ed Lunch. Turlock Drug has everything you need in medical supplies as well as a complete line in cosmetics and home needs. Darryl helps Pat chosse a perfume to suit her personality. For the mechanical minded students, it's Turlock Auto Parts for the widest selection of name brand parts. Jim and Mike show Betty some of that fine quality. mi. P Jim and Helen have a hard time deciding on which watch to buy at Zimmerman's Jewelry Store. This is the place to go when you want silver, rings or costume iewelry. Jo Ann, Gayle, and Jo Anna look at one of the many beau- tiful selections in fine china at Youngclales, the place to Barbara and Shirley look as fresh and pretty as a spring purchase that "special" gift. breeze in their "tubable" fashions from the Town Shop. 'Wigs me gf asf Q- 4 ,L E- . 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Rehearsal time in the orchestra room at Hendrickson's Music Store looks like fun. Enjoy more music by making your selection from the hundreds ot instruments at Hendrickson's Music Store. Monthly music instruction rates: private lessons, 5159.005 class instruction, 36.00, band training, 54.50 ig ,wx Q i, L if 3' .4 v ' . ,,. M :.., vii tggfiisggf S E lr We R .st A .k s Zag .Z ,V ste .H tif gig gi s is : EY! gf .fi as Q f' 1 ' . A r' - -' ' f? " if if 5, ff iii 5 Q ,W J ' 5-' fy 'fx Es A 1 i Ai, --..-+,,,- ff' li Beauty with a purpose! Beauty with surging power and a flashing performance The new '53 Dodge! ! Just look at Ronnie, La Juan, Ona Lou, and Richard dream ing of the fu1ure. How about a snappy hairdo? 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We invite all amateur photographers to come in and shop from our selection of materials. WALTER'S PHOTO STUDIO At the California Flower and Gift Shop there are gifts for every occasion. Virginia has a beautiful bouquet of flowers for her parents' wedding anniversary. Bar- bara has chosen a cute little corsage for a friend's birthday present. Advertisers An1laer's Dress Shop Andersen's Food Center Arlene's Chow Mein Cafe Better Bread Bakery Brenn's Drive In Brett's Shoe Store Brown's Food Market California Flower and Gift Shop California Publishing House Christoffersen's Poultry, Egg, and Feed Market Co-Ed Lunch Coey's Family Shoe Store Davis Flower Shop Len's Signs Lundahl's Clothing Co. Music Lane Nelson, M, K. Niels' Lumber Service Olson's Pharmacy J. C. Penny Co. Petersen's Jeweler Polly Ann Bakery Security State Bank Sewing Machine Center Simpson's Jewelry Co. Singer Sewing Machine DeLuxe Cleaners Dodge and Plymouth Sales 81 Service Agency Ruth H. Farmer Fashion Beauty Salon Fernandes Implement Company First National Bank Guy 8- Sliger Mens Shop Hammonds Dry Goods 81 Shoes Hendricksons Music Store Snider's Buick Company Souza's Butane Sales 81 Service Starr's Auto Parts Town Shop Turlock Drug Co. Turlock Flower Shop Turlock Turlock Turlock Lumber Co. Mercantile Co. Red Rock Beverages Jewel Dress Shop Johnny The Jeweler Johnsons Insurance Larsons Latifs Fountain Turlock Toggery Venice Inn Walter's Photo Studio 8- Camera Shop Youngdale's Hardware Zintmerman's Jeweler Abraham, Bob 40 Abraham, Patricia 44, 68, 78 Agresti, Donald 44 Aguiniga, Louie 38, 91 Ahlberg, Joan 41, 78 Alamsha, Isabelle 22, 23, 57, 58, 60, 66, 68, 70, 175, 125 Alexander, Atto 23, 69, 88, 89, 100 Alexander, Evet 52, 60 Allen, Violet 23, 66 Almeida, Maxine 43, 71, 78 Comrie Brewton, John 48 Bruton Richard 24, 88, 102, 123 Alsup, Patricia 37, 61 Alvarado, Celia 50, 60, 79 Alvarado, Lucy 39, 78 Alviso, Frank 44 Anderson, Arden 51, 82, 95, 98, 101 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Buford 23, 67 Charles 38, 40 , Darryl 39 , Donna 44 , Earl 44 , Jimmy 51 , Neal 41 Rodger 45 Andrino, 'Robert 50, 95 Arment, Arnold, Austin, Avalos, Avalos, Avants, Avery, Avila, Avila, Bill 23 R. C. 38 Joan 38, 79 Albert 50, 92, 94, 95, 98, 101 Richard 43 Mariorie 23, 122 Lonnie 38, 79 Adrienne 45, 61 Richard 37, 69, 91 Student Index Bishop, Bobby Not pictured Bishop, Marvin 50 Bixler, Aleta 44, 79 Black, Allie Mae 38, 79 Black, Velda 43 Blaylock, Margaret 40 Bledsoe, Dexter Not pictured Blomquist, Earl 37, 71 Blomquist, James 50, 95 Bloomer, Nadine 52 Bodine, Lewis Not pictured Boesch, Eugene 41, 88, 105 Boggess, Barbara 38, 63 Boggess, Dorothy 49 Boland, Patricia Not pictured Bonander, Patricia 37, 61, 70 Bond, Alice 50, 60 Boone, Mary Ann 45 Booth, James 51, 67 Booth, Jay 45, 57, 67, 91, 103 Booth, Jerry 51, 67, 103 Booth, Nancy 47 Borges, Lionel 45 Bostrom, Charles 43 Bothun, Marlene 24, 60, 68, 78 Boucher, Betty 45 Bowerman, Byrl 53, 95, 99, 103 Bowser, Jennie 51 Bowser, Joan 51 Bradley, lllene 24, 60, 70 Bradshaw, Tommie 52, 125 Brady, Leon Not pictured Brandenburg, Jerry 64, 78, 118 Brandenburg, John 65, 103 Brazil, Dorothy 49 Brazil, Ray M. 24 Brazi,l Ray B. 57, 67, 125 Brazil, Breon, William 24, 91, 103 Dell 41, 69, 88, 102 Brewton, Melvin 49 Bridgfo Bridgfo Bristow Brittain, rd, lvy 51, 79 rd, Sandy 44, 78 , Gene 43, 62, 66 Barbara 49, 71 Bronson, Don 39, 79 Bronson, Shirley 24, 78, 120 Brooks, Brown, Don 24 Denzel 44, 67, 103 Brown, Delores 52, 60, 113 Brown, Doris 52, 60 Brown, George 39 Brown, Mildred 52, 60 Brown, Nancy 43, 61, 68 Bruton, Clifford 50, 95, 103 r Ayala, Martin 42, 46, 69, 91, 92, 98, 101, 103 Ayers, Jess 44 Babb, Edward 53, 67, 103 Babb, Harold 50, 67 Backus, Lester 41 Bacon, Doris 39, 62 Bacon, Douglas not pictured Bacon, Robert 44 Badal, Fred 52, 99 Bailey, Margaret 23 Bailey, Mary 47, 61 Bailey, Pat 23, 71 Baker, Leroy 23, 102 Baker, Robert 52, 67, 99, 101 Balla, Ernest 52 Balla, John 51, 95 Balla, Julia 45, 61 Balswick, Jack 51, 79, 95 Banta, Dale 38 Barker, Dorothy 23 Barker, Janet 46 Barrett, Wesley 53 Bartgis, Caronell 23, 60, 70 Bartlett, Charlene 50 Bashor, Billie 43 Bates, Carole 43, 65, 82 Bates, Ivanna 50 Bates, Ronald 23, 57, 69, 78, 88, 102, 1 Baucum, Baucum Beasley, John 23 Leralene 49 Lougene 23, 59, 70 Beatty, Mary 52, 60 103 Beatty, Robert 40, Beaty, Shirley Not pictured Beauchamp, Darryl 45, 88, 96, 102 Beede, Charles 46, 91, 92, 98 Beede, Marilyn 52 Belcher, Carrie 47 Belew, Dan 53, 94, 95, 99, 101 William 37 Buck, Sandra 41, 57, 58, Bryan, 61, 62, Buck, William 46, 88, 101 Baghi, Joe 50 Buller, Frank 37, 66, 102 Burchett, Doris 79 Burnam, Betty 45, 61 Burnam, Darlie 60 Burnam, Pruett 37, 67, 91 Burnett, Connelly 69, 116 Burns, June 46 Burns, Mary 24, 63 Butler, Virgil Not pictured Byers, Royce 51, 79, 82 Camp, Richard 24, 100 Cardon, Ralph 37, 67, 91 Benjamin, Esther 43 Berg, Margaret 40, Berger, Richard 23, Berry, Alice 41, 114 Berryhill, Donald 23, 88, 101 Bethel, Helen 49, 60 Bigler, John 52, 103 61, 68 98, 109 Carlber g, Don 24, 110 Carlson, Carlene 51, 60, 68, 79 Carlson, Lester 39, 69, 88, 96, 97 Carlson, Marlene 24 Carlson, Reuben 40 Carlson, Robert 50, 95, 99 63, 68, 70, 174, 117 Carlson Yvonne 24, 57, 63, 62, 64, 65 0 Carothers, Joan Ray 28 Carter, Bill Not pictured Carter, Linda 52, 60 Carter, Merritt 52, 95, 101 Carter, Sarah 44, 61, 79 Casey, Betty 43 Casteel, Fred 94, 95 Castino, Marie 50 Cederlind, Charleen 51, 60, 7? Channing, Alyce 45, 59, 61, 63, 71, 115 Channing, Clark 40, 59, 88, 104 Chapman, Charles 38, 79, 94, 95, 103 Chenault, Wanda 40, 61, 116 Christoffersen, Ailene 38, 68, 71, 117 Christoffersen, Norma 40, 61, 68, 70, 117 Clark, John 53 Clausen, Gary 44, 59, 67, 68, 71, Clayton, Patricia 49, 60, 71 Clements, Jerry 49, 101 Clements, John 44, 66 Clendenen, Reba 40 103 Clcndenen, Shirley 50, 60 Cobeen, Duane 43, 63, 71 Cobine, Burton 51 Cockrum, Robert 52, 67 Coelho, Jim 24 Coelho, Lorraine 24, 60, 70 Cole, Jesse 37, 123 Collett, Edith 25 Collier, Frank 100 Collins, Linda 51, 60, 71, 79 Conner Conner, , Howard 40 , Donald 46, 91, 103 James 25, 63, 69, 102 Converse, Myrtle Not pictured Coop, James 43, 67 Cooper, Jo Anne 46, 59, 71 Copeland, Mary Joyce Not pictured Corder, Bonnie Not pictured Cordero, Rosie 40 Costa, Arlene 53, 60, 79 Costa, Helen 37 Costa, Raymond 52 Cota, Eleanor 50 Countz, Charles 44, 94, 95 Cowger, John 43 Cox, Roger 51, 67 Cox, Ronnie 52, 79 Cov, Rosalie Not pictured Crabtree, Buster 49 Crandall, Ramona Not pictured Crespin, Wesley 100 Crossman, Leroy 40, 59, 63, 78, S3 Crouch, Leon 43 Crow, Ona Lou 25, 58, Crowell, Barbara 45, 61, 65 Crowell, Robert 25 Crowell, Verna 25, 120 Cunnigham, Joan 43 Curci, Charlene 51, 60, Cummings, Randall Not pictured 118, 123 79, 113 Damm, Sheman Not pictured Daniels, Peter 52, 91 Daniels , Virginia 38 - David, Jesse 47 David,'Khanno 51 David, Narsai 25, 66, 71 Davis, Elaine 38 Davis, Elwood 37 Davis, Kenneth 51 Davis, Ethel 39, 61, 66, 79, 111 DeAngeles, Sally 47 DeBoard, Marion Floyd 52 Deckard, Jo Ann 46 Decker, Joan 51, 63, 79 Decker, John 25, 66 DeHart, Robert 67 DeKasha, June 37, 61 DeKasha, Thedore 25 DeKalaita, Don 37, 91, 92, 103 Delbon, Leslie 25, 88 DeLor, Victor 49 DeMarcus, Glen, Jr. 49 Demings, Clarence 38 DePaul, DeAnn 51 Dias, Clarinda 52, 79 Diaz, Angelina 37, 61, 70 Diaz, Elvera 25, sa, ao, 7o, 71, 75, 125 Diggins, Darlene 40 Diggins, Elaine 52 Dignes, Larry 49, 95 Dill, Donna 25 Dimberg, Carol 25, 60, 70, 114 Dimberg, Ronald 48, 50, 95, 103 Dinkins, Norman 78 Dismuke, Barbara 44 Donaldson, Ray 50, 67 Fiechter, Beverly 52, 60 Fincher, Dorothy 40 Fiorini, Barbara 51, 60, 79 Fitzgerald, Margaret 51, 60 Fitzgerald, Ray 26, 69, 88, 97, 102 Fletcher, Bill 47 Fletcher, Eugene 38 Fletcher, Laquita 49, 60 Fliflet, Carol 45, 63 Fliflet, Rachel 41, 71 Flodman, Marlene 38, 57, 58, 61, 71, 75 Flores, Sansuel Not pictured Folkner, Charlene 49 Foote, Colleen 45, 61, 62, 66, 68, 71 Foote, Janette 53, 60, 62, 79 Forrette, Carolyn 43 Foster, Danny 45 Foster, Harriet 50, 79 Foster, Marlene 61, 71 Donham, Emma 49 Donham, Fred 52, 67 Doo, Kenneth 44, 62, 66, 71 Dornan, Dixie 52, 60 Doss, Douglas 43 Dougherty, Allen 51 Drake, Harold 47 Drake, Marianne 41, 61 Droese, Karl 39, 66 Drossel, Larry 44, 95 Dugan, Alfred 44 Duke, Darrell 38 Dula, Richard 46, 91 Duncan, Diane 51, 60, 79 Duncan, Nancy 37, 68 Dunham, Norma 52, 60, 79 Dunnagan, James Not pictured Duree, Charles 51, 67 Dutra, Glenn 45 Duvall, Velma 49, 60 Durst, Melvin Not pictured Earnest, James 38, 67, 103 East, Mary 39, 62 Edberg, Earleen 51, 71 Edeal, Wally 41, 91 Egitkhanoff, Beverleen 25, 78, 110 Egitkhanoff, Charleen 46, 110 Elam, Robert 45 Elston, Diane 40 Emery, LaVerne 50, 60 Enos, Edward 25, 114 Enos, Gladys 53 Enos, Patricia 51, 71 Epperson, Anita 49 Epperson, Loren 44, 66 Foster, Richard 26 Fox, Donald 46, 78 Frago, Evelyn 52, 116 Francine, Morris 51, 82 Francis, French 52 Francis, Johnnie 46 Francis, Marilyn 24, 58 Fredine, Carol 53, 60 Fredrickson, Duane Fredstrom, Lois 39, Not pictured 68, 71 Freested, Dorothy 26, 71 Fullilove, John 75 Fulvio, Dino 39, 67, 113 Furtado, Vivien 37, 61 Gaddy, William 49, 79 Gallardo, Augustine Not pictured Gallardo, Jessie Not pictured Gallardo, Olivia 40, 75 Gallettini, Ardell 49, 60 Garcia, lrvalene 49, 60 Garcia, Juanita 49, 60 Garcia, Kenneth 38, 67 Garcia, Manuel 51, 67 Garr, Joan 45, 63, 79 Gary, Marva 38, 65, 78 Gee, Clifton 51 Gee, Harold 39, 67, 91, 97, 99, 103 Gee, Stanley 39, 65, 78, 83, 98, 103. 115 Geeson, Regina 40 Genseal, Phyllis 40, 61, 70, 116 George, Edward 43, 67 George, Gloria 43, 61, 68 George, John 26, 67 George, Louis 38 Gibson, Dolores 44 Erickson, Beverly 46 Erickson, Donald 46, 63 Erickson, Robert 45, 79, 99, 103 Erickson, Wesley 37, 63 Eshoo, George 43, 91, 92, 103 Eshoo, Peter 39, 69, 91, 92, 103 Espindula, Dolores 45, 61 Espindula, Elsie 38, 111 Espindula, Bernice 37, 68 Evans, Bettie 51, 60, 68, 79, 118 Evans, Dennis, 41 Evans, Jean 40, 61, 68, 79, 83, 113 Ewell, Vivian 25, 60, 70, 78 Faddis, Lula 39 Fairchild, Jon 50 Falk, Ted 51, 94, 95, 101 Farlinger, Fred 45, 91, 103 Farnam, Patricia 38 Feldkirchner, Dennis 52 Fernandez Ferbrache, Ray 51, 95 Fernandes, Barbara 25, 112, 119 Fernandes, James 22, 26, 69, 102, 121 Fernandes, Marvin 37, 67 Fernandes, Shirley 37, 119 , Johnny 44 Gibson, Elizabeth 49, 60, 79, 113 Gibson, Evelyn 26 Gier, Herman 50 Gier, Lila 26, 57, 62, 63, 64, 65, 68, 71, 81 83,115 Gier, Nancy 52, 60, 62 Gilbert, Loretta, 51 Givens, Gene 42, 46, 98, 101 Givens, Jimmy 52, 99, 101 Glaser, Dianne 43, 110 Glass, Chester 38 Godines, Ike 49 Goehring, Marilyn 44, 79 Goeken, Rosemary 37, 61, 68, 70 Goessmann, Leoma 26, 59, 60, 64, 65, 70, 80,81 Goldsmith, David 52, 95 Goldsmith, Goldie 49, 60 Gomes, JoAnn 26, 57, 58, 60, 68, 70, 75, 119 Gomes, Lionel 42, 45, 95, 101 Goodman, Charles 26, 69, 80, 88, 111 Goodman, Margaret :Q 61, 64, 68, 80, 81, 122 Gordon, Guilbert Not pictured Gotobed, Sydney 40, 59, 63, 66, 104 Graham, Odell 46 Graves, Helen 26, 60, 70 Graves, Shirley 45, 61, 66, 78, 120 Gray, Barbara 52, 60, 79 Gregg, Roger 46, 98, 100 Greer, John 51, 67 Griffin, Richard 26, 114 Griffin, Utah 45 Grimes, John 43 Grose, Iris 26, 59, 60, 63, 68, 70 Grose, Inez 39, 59, 61, 63, 68, 81 Gross, Sandra 53, 60, 71, 79 Gustafson, Barbara 26, 126 Gustafson, Edwin 52, 95 Gustafson, Stanley 50 Gwin, Ralph 47 Gwin, Shirley 52 Hackett, Jane 27, 58, 66, 74, 111 Haddock, Lawrence 27, 63 Hager, John Not pictured Hahne, Beverly 43 Haiek, Don 35, 53, 105 Haldeman, John 27 Hale, Sue 45 Hall, Barbara 43 Hall, Jane 50 Hall, John Not pictured Hamby, Carma Letta 27 Hamby Waneeda 27 Hamilton, Raymond Not pictured Hampton, Wilda Not pictured Hanreich, David 27 Hansen, Jack 27 Hanson, Muriel 52, 60 Hardesty Sadena 51, 60, 79 Hardin, Arthur 51, 79 Harden, Russell 38, 57, 59, 71, 104 Harlan, Jack 46, 91, 92, 98, 103 Harlan Shirley 39 Harris, Donald 51, 67 Harris, John 39 Harris, Verdeenia 47 Hartman, Mary 49, 60, 79 Hartt, 'Betty 37, 61 Hartt, Ken 40, 88 Hart ,Martha 51, 60 Harvey, Barbara 41, 71 Harwood, Nancy 38, 78, 115 Hayes, Dixie 27, 78 Hayes, Janie 45, 61 Hays, Wesley 39 Hazen, Barbara 27, 63, 114 Hedman, Dorothy 48, 49, 60 Hedstrom, Raymond 44, 88, 102 Heldt, .loan 39, 65, 125 Heldt, Richard 44 Henderson, Anita 44 Henderson, Carol 27 Henson, Jim 36, 37, 69, 88, 89, 96 97 100 Henson, Marilyn 27 Hernandez, Bob 27, 69, 91, 92, 103 109 118 Herring, Carol 51, 79 Herring, Gerald 44, 67 Hiemstra, Agnes 46, 79 Hiemstra, Nathan 50, 67 Highfill, Beverly 45, 61, 62, 66, 78 Hill ' 119 , Bill 38, 69, 88, 102, Hill, Donald 46, 91 1-1111, Kathy 27, 60, 79 Hill, Kenneth 50 Hill, Lloyd 27, as Hill, Nancy 38 Hill, Pamela 46, 120 Hillis, David 44, 59, 52, 71 Hinds, Bob 49 Hoard, Mary 49 Holcomb, Ada 44 Holcomb, Dorothy 45 Holland, Janet 46 Holland, Helen 27 Holder, Nadine 43 Hollingsworth, Bob Not pictured Holmes, Jim 37 Fernandez, Stanley 53, 67 Ferreira, Clarice 26 Ferrel, Rexine 44, 65, 71 Ferry, Dennis 52 Gray, Danny Not pictured Graziano, Carolyn 26 Green, George 45 Green, Joy 43 Holmes, Carol 28, 60 Holmes, Shirley 39, 68 Hooser, Horton, Thomas 37, 59, 79, 103 Darlene 46 Mead, June 47 Hotchkiss, Walter Not pictured Hoyle, Rita 28 Howard, Carol 45 Huber, Billie 40 Huffman, Frances 44 Hult Arlene 41 Hultine, Patricia 49, 62, 68, 79 Hume, David 44, 59 Husby, Karen 51, 60, 71 Lackner, Donna 44, 61 Lackner, Sharon 49, 60 Ladd, Patricia 38 Landmeir, Gail 28 Landmeir, Jack 45, 68 Lang, Thakla 38, 71 Lankford, Don 38, 91, 103 Lankford, Marvin 29, 69, 91, 92, 103 Lanphier, Diane 29, 57, 64, 65, 78, 80, 81,124 Hunts, Mary 43 lnabnit, Fred 43 lngwersen, Jacqueline 41, 58, 61, 109 Isaac, George 45 lsaac, Phyllis 44 lssa, Edward Not pictured Jacobs, Claudia 52 Larson, Carol 29, 60 Larson, Dan 40, 62, 124 Larson, Darryl 36, 40, 63, 71, 104 Larson, Dewey 29 Larson, Larson, Larson, LaRue, Norman Not pictured Ronald 29, 38, 124 Siv 43, 71 Donna Not pictured Latif, Roger 46 Laudenslayer, Joyce 51, 60 Jacobsen, lola 44, 62, 65, 68 James, Janet 52, 60 James, James, Jared 37 Nancy 28 Jensen, Franklin 46 Jensen, George 43 Jensen, Jerner, Jerome, Jimenez, Margie 28, 57, 58, 60, 68, 70, 71, 74, 183, 113, 114 Jerry 50, 79, 91, 101 Rosemary 28, 57, 58, 60, 62, 64, 65, 168, 70, 71, 74, 75, 81, 82, 123 Jimmy 50, 101 Jimenez, Julia 44 Jimenez, Ray 50 Johnsen, Danette, 40, 61, 108 Johnson, Betty 38 Johnson, Bill 28, 56, 57, 59, 63, 69, 71, 75, 189, 102, 124 Johnson, Bobby 49 Johnson, Lillian 28, 58, 60, 70, 75, 78, 122 Johnson, Marvin Del 28, 56, 57, 96, 97, 108 Johnson, Marvin L. 46 Johnson Johnson , Mariorie 46, 123 , Norman 46, 63 Johnson, Richard 50 Johnson, Robert 52, 94, 95, 101 Johnson, Roy 44, 67 Johnson, Verner 49 Johnson, Vernon 40, 49, 104, 112 Joiner, Burnie 41, 51, 63 Joiner, Thomas 51, 103 Jolley, Grady 40, 71, 102 Jones, Ferrell 39 Jones, Lawrence 46, 78, 88, 89, 97, 101, 112 Jones, Lyle 28 Jones, Sharon 28, 57, 60, 62, 70, 118 Jones, Wanda 50 Jordan, Donald 45, 79 Jorge, Ronald 91, 92, 100, 117 Joseph, Jeannette 44, 63 Lawn, Patricia 50 Lazar, Jimmy 37, 58, 66, 75 Leal, LaVern 40 Leatherman, Stanley 39 Lee, Bob 38 Lee, Derrel 50 Leedom, Patsy 49, 79 Lepape, Suzanne 46 Lewis, Carol 37, 61, 68, 70 Lewis, George Not pictured Lewis, Joe Not pictured Lewis, Wilma 50, 60, 79 Lillie, Evelyn 50, 79 Lindbeck, Betty 41, 108 Lindbeck ,Charles 52, 95, 103 Lindbeck, Sally 29, 58, 74, 118 Lindgren, Timothy 46, 91 Litle, Billy Not pictured Littrell, Ann 47 Littrell, Phyllis 46 Litynsky, Veronica 50, 60 Lloyd, Wilbert 52, 79, 95 Logsdon, Juanita 29, 58, 60, 75 Longo, Shirley 29 Lopes, Joe Not pictured Lopes, Norma 46, 66 Lowsian, Dick 50 Lucas, Sharon 52 Lucero, Edward 38, 94, 95, 98 Lund, Norman 51, 67 Lutz, Richard 52, 91 Lytle, Lois 44, 79 McBroom, Wilma 46 McCart, Eddie 37, 67 McCombs, Mary 45, 61 McConathy, Ernest 49 McCollum, Margaret 50, 60, 79 Martin Karow, Velma 52, 79 Katheiser, Anita 28, 58, Kays, Robert 43, 79 Kelso, Lawrence 49 Kempen, Donald 51 Kendall, Herbert 49 Kennedy, Barbara 39 Kennedy, Lois 58 Kennedy, Wanda 52 Kephart, Shirley 53, 60 Key, Bill za Khinoo, Francis 61 Kimzey, Saundra 43, 61, King, Bonnelle 43 King, James 28 King, Joe 28 Kious, Francis 39, 79 Kirkendall, Janice 49 Kirkes, Roger 37 Knapp, LeRoy 44, 91 Kyne, Keny 28, 64, 65, 66, aa, 71, 78, so, 82 60, 68, 70, 71, 74, 114 68, 83, 113 183, 115 Kyne, Lillace 38, 59, 65, 68 Kyne, Gary 53, 95 Lackey ,Leon 37, 78 Lackey, Shirley 41, 61, 79 McCormick, John 39 McCormick, Robert 52, 95, 103 McCoy, Jack 47, 67 McCoy, Robert Not pictured McDonald, Clarence 29, 69, 96, 97, 102, 120 McDaniel, Donald 49, 103 McMackin, Barbara Not pictured McCoy, Homer 49, 67 Macedo, William 43, 67 Machado, Eleanore 40 Maggard, Alice 40, 78 Main, Delwyn 39, 78, 103 Mann, Jimmy 40 Maples, Earlene 53, 60, 79 Maples, T. R. 29, 80, 88, 97, 100 Mares, Marcella 46 Markley, Carol 44, 61, 68, 71 Marshall, Harley Not pictured Marshall, Martin 41 Marshall, Milton 51 Martin Isabelle 43 Martin, Louie 43 Martin Mariorie 43 Martin Phyllis 49 Martin, Preston 39, 64, 65, 79, 80, 102 Roland 52, 79 Massey, Darlene 52 Massey, Elayne 41 Mathewson, Lee 29 Mathewson, Margaret 53 Mathis, Casey 38 Mathis, Mildred 68 Matson, Noel 50,67 Matson, Sandra 45, 109 May, Thomas 29, 97 Mayer, Pearl 29, 60, 70 Mayhue, Arnold 49 Mello, Irene 40 Mello, Janice 46 Melton, Bob 29, Melton, Nellie 53, 60 Melton, Volgene 29, 88, 89, 97, 102, Mendonca, Marlen 51, 60, 80 Merryman, Gerald 49 Merryman, Ronald 45 Meurrens, Carl 29, 66, 91, 92, 103 Meza, Delfina 30 Michael, Delbert 50 Midboe, Darlene 38 Midboe, Joyce 30, 60, 70 Middaugh, Donna 38, 79 Middleton, Cornelia 41 Middleton, Phyllis 45 Milhous, Charles 40 Miguel, Genevieve 50, 79 Miller, Jackie 46, 91, 98, 99 Mills, James, 39, 91 Milton, Roy 40, 66, 100 Mirza, Edward 38, 92, 98, 100 Mitchell, Eddie 52, 67, 91 Mitchell, Patsy 30 Mitchell, Ramona 50, 60, 79 Mitchell, Sandra 41, 58, 61, 63 Mize, Charles 52, 95 Mize, Mariorie 39, 61, 63, 68, 78, 81 Moon, Billy 41, 67 Glen 49 Bob ao, 57, 69, 121 Donald 50, 94, 95, 99, 101 57, 62, 63, 71 Moon, Moore, Moore, Moore, Helen 52, 60 Moore, Phyllis 43 Moore, Terry 41 Morgan, Janet 30, 63, 68, 80 Morgan, Mickey 51, 79 Morris, Donna Not pictured Morris, Tommy 39, 79, 103 Mortimer, William 37, 125 Moss, Wanda Sue 49, 60, 79 Moss, Wayne 47 Motsinger, Jim 39, 121 Mouzes, Mary Ann 30, 60, 66, 68, 70 Munoz, Felix 37, 114 Munson, Patty 46 Murphy, James 52 Murray, Virginia 30, 58, 60, 70, 71 Mustoe, Ellen 39 Nascimento, Dennis 37, 67 Neill, Gene 43 Nelson, Eunice 45, 58, 71, 75 Nelson, June 43, 79 Nelson, Ray 52, 67 Nicholas, Caroline 30 Nichols, Carol 37, 115 Nikolausen, Verna 39, 63 Nixon, Nick 44,, 94, 95, 101 Norseen, Gary 52, 95 Norseen, Marilyn 43 Nothelfer, William 43, 98, 104 Nothelter, Anne 30, 60, 68, 70, 71 Nugent, Fred 53, 95, 99, 101 Nugent, James Not pictured Nully, Elverna 36, 39, sa, 61, sa, 71, 74 7 nos 11a Nunes, Dolores 37 Nunes, Norma 36, 39, 61, 70, 121 Nunn, Deanna 51, 79 Nutcher, JoAnna 30, 58, 60, 68, 70, 71, 74 119 Nyquist, Carolyn 41 Nystrom, Harlan 30, 63, 71, 104 Oberkamper, Gerald 45, 67 O'Brien, Lydia 39, 65, 71 O'Brien, Robert 49 Rhoades, Newton Not pictured Shackelford, Thelma 44 Ocken, Gene 30, 100 Odishoo, Robert 43, 103, 113 Oeth, David 49, 91, 103 Oliveira, Irene 49 Oliveira, Margie 50, 79 Olson, Annette 41 Olson, Charlotte 49, 79 Olson, Jeanna 44, 61 Olson, Marlene 40, 61, 116 Olson, Patricia 44 Oison, Richard 43, 95 Olson, Thomas 46 Osborn, Dorothy Not pictured Osborn, Lonnie 49 Osborne, Charles 22, 30, 57, 69, 88, 89, 100, Oushana, Mae 30 Oushana, Melba 30 Page, Troy 30 1102, 121 Pagel, Patricia 37, 61, 64, 65, 68, 71, 78, 81 Pankratz, Bonnie 39, 61 Pankratz, Jerry 45 Pantazopulos, Helen 52, 60 Pantazopulos, Homer 22, 31, 96, 97, 110 Papoff, Arlene 44, 63 Parham, Lillian 40 Parker, Glenda 44, 78 Parker, Jack 30, 58, 74, 113 Parks, Lita 49, 60 Patton, Geraldine 50 Patzer, Jon 49, 67 Paul, Betty 50, 60 Sable, Evelyn 79 Souza, Elaine 45, 57, 59, 63, 65, 71 Doris 51 Paul, Raymond 41 Paul, Victoria 37 Paulson, Dick 39, 65, 104 Payne, Ira 53 Pennington, Ann 46, 117 Perry, Alvin 50, 102 Perry Darlene 50, 79 Pery, Richard 44, 91, 92 Petersen, Clarence 46, 91, 94, 95, 101 Petersen, Eloise 40, 61, 68, 70, 78, 121 Petersen Evelyn 38, 79 Petersen Lucille 51, 60 Petersen, Martin 31, 69, 92, 98, 100 Peterson, Petersaon, Gordon 31, 67 ini Peterson, Joanne 45, 57, 61, 65, 68, 71, 118 Peterson, Joyce 31, 56, 57, 62, 71, Peterson, Marilyn 27 Phillips, Bobby 51, 95, 99 Phillips, Katherine 51, 60 Pickering, Scott 31 Pierce, Clayton 49 Pike, Gene 51, 79, 91, 98, tot Pike, Sharon 40, 57, 61, 121 Pinkney, Gayle 31, 69, 88, 119 Plett, Judith 45, 61, 71, 78 Pollard, Ethelyn 43, 63 Porter, JoAnn 31, 58, 62, 65, 68, Porter, Michael 37, 91, 118 Potter, Shirley 40 31, 58, 74, 108 Powell, Dave Prehm, Lester 45 Preston, Allan 43 Preston, Leon 37, 67 Price, Charles 100 Price, Joseph 47, 101 Pritchard, Jessie 50 Puccinelli, Helen 45, 61 Pursley ,Bill 39 Radantke, Patricia 31 Ragsdale, Donald 49, 95 Raleigh, Teddy 49 Ramos, Varmalee 45, 61 Rawlings, James 53, 95, 101 Ray, Wallace 46, 66 Rea, Rallan 45, 91, 92, 103 Reed Dean 42 46 88 96 97 1 . , , , , , 00, 112 Reed, Ruth 31, 58, 60, 68, 70, 71, 108 Reeh, Dolores 31 Reid, Peggy Not pictured Renner, Devonaiean 46 83, 115 Retzlaff, Leroy 50 Reyes, Eva 48, 51, 60, 68, 79 Reyes, Frank 31 Reyes, George 43 Reynolds, Florence 47 Reynolds, Judy Ann 46 Roach, Dennis 50 Rhoades, Frances Delores Not pictured Rhodes, Raydean 31, 88, 102, 117 Richardson, Bonnie 45, 59 Richardson, Gail 46 Riddle, Pat 31, 60 Shelton, Oliver 43, 67 Shelton, Robert 51, 67 Shepherd, Dean 44, 67, Shimek, Delores 50 Shook, Patricia 49, 79 Shotwell, Mary 43 Showen, Bonnie 32, 60 Shubin, Larry Not pictured Sicheneder, Robert 43, 91 91, 103 Silva, A lfred Gene 49 Rigney, William Not pictured Rising, Richard 50, 66 Ritchey, Glenn 46, 59, 66, 68, 103 Ritchey, Saralee 31, 58, 60, 68, 70, 75 Ritter, Allan 41 Roberson, David 46, 95 Robinson, Leroy 50, 95, 103 Rocha, Jeanette 32, 78 Roden, Wanda 32 Rogers, Florence 40, 61, 79 Rohrer, Rosemary 52, 60 Rojas, Abraham 32, 56, 67, 69, 75, 88, 89, 96, K97, 100, 114 Roome, Wesley 37, 57, 71 Rose, Beniamin Not pictured Rose, Pinkey Not pictured Rosby, Barbara 32, 59, 71, 125 Rose, Joaquin 32, 67 Rose, Peter 39, 57, 67, 69, 91, 92, 103 Roseberry, Gary 39, 91, 92 Roseberry, Wayne 32, 69, 88, B9, 116 Rosewall, Carolyn 43 Silva, David 45 Silva, Joe 38, 123 Silva, Mary 32, 118 Silveira, Amos 49, 67, 102 Silve ira, John 32 Simmons, Euclid 39, 91, 103 Simmons, Monteene 47 Simon, John 32 125 Sinclair, Ronnie 41, 88, 100, 121 Sipes, Barbara 51, 60 Sipes, Harold 38 Sisk, Doris Ann 33 Skinner, Katherine 33 Rowley, Arlene 32, 60 Rude, Bennie 39, 91, 92, 100 Ruffin, Shirley 39, 61 Runner, Frankie 32, 60 Russell, Marvin 51 Russell, Marlene 52, 79 Russell, Don 45, 78, 91 Russell, Shirley 44, 78 Rydberg, Marvin 32 Sabie, Rose Not pictured Sahlstrom, Nedra 53, 60 Smail, Philip 38, 82, 95 Smalley, Wanda 33, 78 Smernes, Nick 44 Smith, Alvin 52, 95 Smith, Conard 44, 79, 102 Smith, Katherine 53, 79 Smith, Kenneth 39 Smith, Mattie 33 Smith, Mildred 49, 60, 79 Smiley, Roy 45 Smith, Robert 45, 94, 95, 101 Smith, Roger 33, 78 Smith, Ronald Not pictured ' Smithcamp, Clyde 33, 88 Smithcamp, Robert 45, 92, 94, 95 Snelling, Clarence 49 Soares, Abel 40 Soderquist, Joanne 41, 61, 70, 115 Soderstrom, Marilyn 51, 60, 71, 79 Soderstrom, Shirlee 33, 79, 120 Solarez, Crespin 47, 91, 103 Solarez, Rachael 51, 60, 68, 79 Soltero, Louisa 46, 61 Soper, Barbara 37 Sanchez, Tommy 40 Sampson, Lawrence 38, 94, 95 Sandberg, Bob 40, 91 Sanders, Clifford 46 Sansing, Minnie 50, 79 Santos, Eddie 51 Santos, Georgia 49 Santos, Jo Ann 37, 61 Souza, John 52, 94, 95, 103 Souz Span Spea a, Margaret 51, 60 n, Patsy 43, 61 r, Nancy 49 Spycher, Hartley 44 Squaglia, Stanley 44, 95 Stafford, Carole 33, 60, 70, 82 Stage, Gerald 33, 63, 66, 71 Santos, Manuel 38, 100 Sarguis, Flora 44, 65 Sarhad, Sandra 39, 68 Sartin, Gracie 49, 60 Sartin, Henry 32, 67 Sartin, James 45, 103 Stalians, LaJuan 39, 61, 123 Sawson, Wanda Not pictured Sayers, Billy 45 Schaub, Dolores 49 Schendel, Andrew 40, 88 Schiffman, Joy 82 Schmidt, Ronnie 41, 58, 59, 71, 74, 83, Schneider, Norrnella 41, 108 Schneider, Patricia 52 Schou, Louis 43 Schreck, Marvin 49 Schubert, Earlene 37, 61, 70 Scudder, Rita Not pictured Scudder, Barbara Jean Not pictured Seale, James 47 Seale, Marlene 38 Sabastiani, Valerie 46, 58, 75 Seder, Karen 32, 58, 75 Selvidge, J. B. 50 Serena, Jennifer 44, 61 Serna, Esther 43 Serna, Henry 41, 88, 102 Sevre, Martha 32, 65 Sexton, Corinne 37 Shabazian, Armen 46, 99 Shackletord, Wayne 38 105, ite, U23 Stalians, Melvyn 51, 95, 103 Starkey, Harold Not pictured Steeley, Gene 50, 95 Stevens, Betty 52 Stevens, Jim 33, 69, 88, 89, 120 Stevenson, Donna Not pictured Stevenson, Donald 47, 95 Stevenson, John 47, 95, 101 Stewart, Billie 33 Still, Martin 45, 82 Stinchcomb, Clinton Not pictured Stinchcomb, Larry 51, 79, 95 St. Louis, Don 38, 100 Stone, Anna Mae 37, 65, 120 Stooksberry, Betty 47 Stooksberry, Mary 50 Strickland, Bruce 43, 91 Strickland, Lara Not pictured Sturdy, Ralph 53, 66 Sturdy, Shelley 41, 71 Sumner, Howard 39 Swanson, Carlene 33, 58, 60, 68, 70, 71 Swanson, Jerry 49, 67 Swanson, Laval 45, 61, 71, 122 Swanson, Ronald 33, 57, 69, 78, Sweet, Loren 40, 88, 102 Sweeten, Neva Not pictured Sweeten, Gerry 33, 58, 75 Switzer, Robert 49, 95 aa, 89, 102, Tabor, Wesley 33, 120 Takvorian, Charlene 45, 61 Tanner, Delma 40 Tate, Bob Not pictured Tate, Juanita 40 Taylor, Delores 33, 78 Teekel, Carol 39, 63, 68, 79 Templeton, Delmar 51, 67 Terrell, Mary 46 Thams, Mary 46, 65, 71, 78 Thomas, Alvin 43 Thompson, Lawrence 52 Thornburg, Donald 43, 57, 91, 92, 98, Thorpe, Bob 34, 91, 92, 103, 115 Threet, Donald 103 Tibbet, Carolyn 50 Tillotson, Martha Not pictured Todd, Nancy 51, 57, 60, 71 Todd, Norma Not pictured Tolleson, Lowell 46 Tolleson, Ray 69, 91, 92, 100, 110 Tomas, Aurora 39, 61, 68, 79, 112 Torosian, Richard 50, 95 Toste, Dolores 44 Toste, Frances 53, 60 Townsley, Betty Not pictured Travels, Ronnie 51 Troth, Marilyn 37, 79 Truett, Jim 52 Tucker, Gloria 50 Turnbow, Bob 34 Turner, William 52 Tyrrell, Ruth 46 Ubl, Virginia 39, 79 Uecke, Howard 34, 59, 71 Umsted, Leon 37, 59, 71 Valle, Loretta 46 Vanderford, David 50 Van Hook, Norma 44, 68 Van Vliet, Julianna 52, 79 Vanzi, Max 34, 88, 97 Vasconcellos, Darlene 39, 111 Vaughn, Richard 46, 63 Vaughn, Robert 37, 67 Velasquez, Joe 50, 95 Velasquez, Tony 91, 92 1 103,111 Viarengo, Mary 34, 68, 79, 109 Vieira, Katherine 52, 60 Vieira, Marianne 37 Vierra, Barbara 52 Vierra, Beverly 52 Vierra, David 34, 67, 88, 109, 118 Vierra Joe 34 67 88 Virgo, Sidney 53, 94, 95 Vollrath, Gary 44, 67 Volz, Bill 40 Vrenios, Kanella 34, 58, 71 Vrh, Betty 34, 60 Vrh, Errol 48, 51, 103 Vrh, Vernon 46, 91 Wagoner, Howard Not pictured Walker, Patricia 39 Walker, Paul 103 Wall, Merna 34, 79 Wall, Bryce 50, 79 Wall, Sonia 49, 60, 79 Wallace, William 43 Wallen, Mary 46 Walner, Karen 41, 63 Walters, Bill 39 Walters, Shirley 52 Waltman, Leota 44, 61 Ward, Glen 50, 67 Ward, Lola 34, 71 Warda, Hank 43 Ware, Jeanne 58 Warn, Richard 34 Washburn, Mary Dell 51, 57, 59, Waterson, Thomas 49, 67 Watkins, Virginia 37, 117 Watson, Alvin 50, 67 Watson, George 45 Watson, Ruth 43 Watts, Daniel 44, 103 Watts, Franklin 34 Weaver, Norris 50 Webb, Robert 38, 91, 110 Weiss, Gary 50 Weiss, Robert 41, 59, 63, 88, Weimar, Bolo 45 Wells, Bobby 45, 78, 125 Whetsel, Don 40, 68, 71 Whipkey, Ronald 50, 95 Whisenant, Garry 52, 67, 95 60, 71, 79 105 Whisenant, Larry 50 Whitaker, Don 52 Whitaker, Nancy 40, 61, 68, 70, 82, 83 113 Whitaker, Pat 34, 39, 57, 58, 59, 60 68 70 White, Robert 52 White, Roberta 39 Whitmire, Wallie 43 Whitt, Betty Lou 39, 63, 83 Whitt, David 40 Williams, Grady 45 Willhite, Loye 49 Willis, Edwin Not pictured Willis, Eugene Not pictured Wilson, Cleo Not pictured Wilson, Lloyd 67, 37 Wimberley, Lorrain Not pictured Wimberley, Deanza Not pictured Winans, Dara 46, 63 Winters, George 51, 67 Wintter, Ella Marie 34 Wolff, Maryn 51, 79 Wolley, Leland 34 I Woods, Carrolyn 51, 60, 65, 79 Woods, Darryl 40, 59, 63, 71, 104, Woodward, Elmer Eugene 49 Wyatt, Gary 49 Wymar, Myrna 51, 60, 71 Yates, Shirley Not pictured Yates, Jim 35, 69, 78, 88 Yeakel, Larrie 45, 68 Yettman, .lim 39, 91, 92, 103, 118 Yohanan, Arthur Not pictured Yohannan, David 41, 67 Yohannon, David T. 44 Yohannan, Ike 35 Yonan, Gloria 45, 61 Yonan, Joe 50, 67 York, LaVon 43, 71, 79 Young, Jim 44, 99 Young, Paul 35, 67 Youngstrom, John 40 Zanos, Donald 44 Zaya, John 52 Zequines, Chrisantke Not pictured Zequines, Gus Not pictured tm to '4 I I ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS WALTERS PHOTO STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP 233 West Main Street Turlock, California LINDBLOM'S PHOTO STUDIO 103 East Main Street Turlock, California CALIFORNIA PUBLISHING HOUSE 247 West Main Street Turlock, California BANK OF AMERICA 301 East Main Street Turlock, California THE S. 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