Turlock High School - Alert Yearbook (Turlock, CA)

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I, 'lf : 1 1 THE 195 7 ALER T presented by TURLOCK UNION HIGH SCHUOL Turlock, Culyforniu Co-Editors ...... ..... N uney Linclbeek Quong Doo Business Manager ............ Linda Covell Advisor ................ Albert E. Voorhees Foreword The passage of time is inexorable. All too soon the happy experiences of activities, classes, fellow students and teachers will be gone. As each of us settles into the routine of our respective states of life, the recollection of pleasant days at Turlock High will be achieved only through reflection. As an indispensable aid to your recollection, within these pages you will find a pictorial summary of your four years in High School. It is the hope that your 1957 Alert of Turlock High will record, in permanent form, the stuff from which your reflections of bygone days may be made. Table 0 f Contents Title Page ..,,..,,, Foreword ........ Staff .,................ Senior Message ........ In Memoriam ........ , ...,,, 4 .. .... 10 Dedication ..ea.. ......... 1 1 Administration .......,.. ....... 1 2-21 Student Body Officers .... ....... 2 2-23 Executive Council ........ Club Council sssi,sss Girls' League ss.,, Boys' Federation .........i Classes--. ............... ------ - Organizations ..... Activities ........, Sports ...... Snaps ................. Advertisements--- Advertising Index ........ ..... Student Index ....... ...... 24 25 26 27 28-75 76-95 96-121 122-147 148-153 154-183 -A .... 184 185-192 N , N f-B5 Advisor ..... C o-Editors .... Business Manager Art Editor ....... Copy Editor .... .... Photographers Classes ...... Organizations ...... ....... Activities Sports ........ Advertisements A. E. Voorhees Nancy Lindheck Quong Doo Linda Covell Bob Sexton Carol Carter Richard Jerome Rita Woodward Kristie Carlson Nina Winans Nelda Hilligoss Ann Warden Carole Wallace Beverly Fiorini ,lim Wilson Louit Dutra Monica Hughes Bruce lVIcMillen -up 2 ,.'yx L' X . i 'H'r:.If,1:.w' ' - - ,,-aff'--- - .4 -A J 1 5,-g .,+f5'p.?'L::f3 3,1 y- Q . f'..g11z'1 --F .:'-ei-iaaw . :ff ' fa HH-f1:er3ffQe'+f.w. .3 fl--. -5, .- , gg if' F1552 ' ,ff If frfj'g4?gg?'g,--if ' ' f-- ff .A-, . F321-".if.,5::v.:1. A . 52: H 1. FQ' 1 E3-,G .. ,31..l. I 'vi,q,,,.5,m4-14 LE .. g" ffl gf' M37 fr- , ' fi- if-Aff: ?,1".9'3. k, ?i,1lgfi?r,fy "F 1- 1- TQ .."x . !,., -., .LV f :Q 1. was. L -. r -' Q ul K ,. ,- -, :ff L.',..x. 'Q - :4 ,- , Fsiigj mg,-11 , Q, 3' J' Q ' x,'- Vx ls .1 " f '?I1.'35-' ,Sl -, ,A gg., X , . fy .'-A.. . . 1 12214 ..,-,Ai..+ f., 14, , L- , .1 ,. 'L f:z- ,. ky-.H1,,::.?-X I-1.- ff' Q- Hy lg. -' -- " '5-'.:z -arc, , :.,,.41'.' 3:3431-A-' f": -'la 51' - " if-I 551 A-1wVL'1fs-F ni QP 'Sf , ..1 1 1, b. ,u V. -af, .P , 4. 3.,.:?,,. QE: iL'ff'Wf'1 '.'a- "V-' .M V xl., 7 v. n. X. , ..Y my Wi A Princlpalps Message HUMAN PROGRESS ln this republic, seven per cent ol the earth's population has created more new wealth than the other ninety-three per cent. ln addition, we have more churches, schools, and hospitals. There is more laughter and song in these United States than elsewhere. All this is possible for the reason that a lree society is in essence a spiritual testarnent. lt rests on the heliei that each human being should have an opportunity to realize to the lullest, his potentiali- ties, on the heliei that lree rnen and wornen, hy iaith and toil and patience, can lashion and operate institutions which will he eilective to their needs and hopes. Thus the primary airn ol education is to nourish in the studen the capacity ior continuing growth throughout his lile. fa-A H gona H. Pitman Superintendent and Princiiml t In Memoriam MARY Jo HARDESTY . . . dorft ask why we live or die, Or whither, or when we go, Or wonder about the mysteries That only God may know 'Song ofthe Riv6r"4'+-' m ' 'WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEA1lSfP Dedication JOHN H. PITMAN Commencing the first year of Turlock High School's second half century of service to the youth of the communityg the Alert staff, on behalf of the student body, faculty and community, dedicate this 1957 Alert to Mr. John H. Pitman, our Principal and Superintendent. We acknowledge, with gratitude, his untiring interest and devotion to the spiritual and material needs of Turlock High. Administration I3 Board o f Trustees JOHN A. SWENSON Clerk The diversified interests and occupations of our Trustees merge well, so that through their decisions and actions the desires of the community to- ward Turlock High are clearly reflected. TED BROWN President KENNETH MONTEITH The ALERT staff. on behalf of the faculty and student body, takes this opportunity to acknowledge the time and energy expended hy the Trus- tees on our school-Turlock High. PAUL W. CARLSON HENRY J. WEISS VIVIAN MANHA The duties and responsibilities of the Dean of Girls are many and varied. Despite all the various activities resulting from her responsi- bilities, Miss Manha is always kind. understand- ing. and sympathetic toward the many student problems which confront her. The ALERT staff. on behalf of the student body. takes this opportunity to acknowledge her work for us. Deans GEORGE MARKS Vice Principal, Dean of Boys, and Registrar As the titles indicate. Mr. Marks is a real "triple threat" at Turlock High. For those of us who have had to confront him in his capacity as Dean of Boys. he has indeed been a "threat!" For all the many responsibilities to the com- munity. faculty. and student body that result from his positiong we. of the 1957 ALERT, take this opportunity to gratefully acknowledge his cooperative assistance. VIVIAN MANHA GEORGE MARKS ME 'S 'f ' "ETB-"1-,r - ui' . .3:3K'6x 1, 7. 'A Q s sk , lr-s t sf. 1 g W 1 Q. r ,Y xt on .Q w ' 'nf ,V it y, 'u' .4 fu K. .t ,wk 1 v. A5121 PJ, !Llii.1"tff1ng, K t Iii- III'-5 mils T553 ku 'gfggiillig iH'x.4it .1--w'tf1,LX.1 9 ' 24.51. X .. W5 .xgiif vl ,ik Mf-'rf' . as . i , k - w 'a i . f- 315 u:,,,7,f z M M'-.m...,M. in af'-'Zi' NZ. ,,.J'-Run W it ,A-""'f-31 , ,v 35.5 Yr , ...nv N ,L 5 ,eff :"Zla-f ,A""f-www-, 1 3 MR. DoLToN WYATT MRS. CAROLYN DUFFY MISS ANNIE ER1cKsoN MRS- PEARL WALINE Bus Driver Cafeteria Manager Head Cook, Main Dish Baker 1 tr 1 1 'le MRS, HELGA BERLAU MRS. MARTHA KNAPP MRS. VASHTI KENNEDY MRS. HELEN G. BLOWER Asgigtam Cggk Assistant Baker Assistant Cook COUIHCF Woman MRS. CLADYS L. MRS. IDA GUSTAFSON MR. WILLARD FORD SCHMIDT Dish and Counter Woman Boys' Gym Dining Room 2l tudent Bod President Fellow Students As we look . affairs, we realize us leaving Turlock ever, it is my hope activities that have It has been a great past year. Again I wish DAVE MAGGARD President events of the year-our classes, our games, and our social yearis activities have faded into the past. For those of perhaps these memories now seem as dreams. How- may never be forgotten, for these memories are of the to another successful year at Turlock High. and honor to serve you as Student Body President this you for your friendliness and cooperation. Dave Maggard fficers LINDA NUNES STEPHEN CARKETT Secretary Treasurer JERRY SANDERS Vice President LIANE HUSBY DORIS HANSON Rally Commissioner Social Commissioner LINDA NUNES DAVE MAGGARD Secretary President Executive Council Holding the reins of student government are the members of the Executive Council. Versed in parliamentary procedure, they carry out their assigned duties with efficiency and dispatch. Though many students are unaware of the details of the councills work, their results effect harmony throughout Turlock High. Seated' L. Nunes, D. Maggard, S. Carkeet. First row: L. Husby, B. Fiorini, J. Peffers, J. Freitas - D.Vll hPLaron,B B. Young, M. Kane, D. Hanson. Second row. J. Shumway, B. Runyan, o rat , . s McMillen, K. Gregory, F. Drake, J. Wilson, R. Larson. U., .,.M- , 2 fs of Vollrath First row: J. Peffers, D. D'0razi, S. Gill, J. Frietas, K, Seated: J. Crow, B. Young, , Carlson, L. St. Louis, M. Kane. Second row: B. lVlcMillen, E. Vrenios, K. Gregory, C. Crivelli, F. Drake, J. Wilson. . Club Council Th Cl b Council is one of the new groups at T. H. S. this year. It consists of a e u representative from each school club and the student body Vice President presides at the meetings. The council is for the main purpose of planning what clubs will ' d b lc tball sponsor the all school dances and also the concessions at the football an as e games. This council has helped us very much this year and we hope it will continue to do its part to improve our school. if JERRY SANDERS BEVERLY FIORINI President Secretary President Vice President DIANE D'0RAZI SALLY RITCHEY Secretary LINDA HARDIN GIRLS' LEAGUE The purpose of Girls' League is to further an understanding of girls' problems, and to work to- gether for ultimate success in all fields of social, educational, and spiritual values. This year the Girls, League sponsored a style show and dance for all girls, and also held a Christ- mas Chocolate Hour in the cafeteria. They hold two meetings a year for all the girls at T.H.S. to attend. GORDON LINDBERG TQNY FERR0 President Vice President The interest PHILLIP LARSON Secretary-Treasurer activities which are for the beat to create and maintain a closer bond of at T.H.S. a Parent Night at a Basketball game and also gave the Football and Basketball players an Classes Seniors Vice President, BOB STITT Secretary, CAROLE WALLACE Yell Leaders, YVONNE MYERS, DAN DIAS President, FRED DRAKE IK FLORENCE ANDERSON Choir 2 GAA 2 Transfer from Woodlake Tr:-lilv C211-ff 4- 3 . I ROSALIE ANDERSON Transfer from New Clarion 4 Pep Club 4 30 Club 4 Tri-Hi-Y 4 MARGARET AUSTIN Mixed Chorus 1 Science Club 2. 3, 4 President 3 CSF 2 30 Club 2, 3, 4 Clarion 2 .3. 4 Editor 4 GAA I. 2. 3, 4 Ta Sigma 3. 4 Mexico LUIS AVILA EDDIE AYERS Football I, 2 FFA 1, 2. 3 Track 2 a . JIM AULDS Football I. 2 Oz Club 3 FFA I. 2 Wrestling I Track LOTTIE AVERY Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4 GLORIA AVILA Photo Club I Girls' Glee 1, 2 GAA 1, 2, 3. 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Choir 3 FRANK ASSALI Football I Basketball I, 2, 3 Track I, 2, 3. 4 Senior Band 2, 4 Pep llancl 4 ELAINE BAKER Transfer from Downey Girls' Clem' I GAA I. 2. 3. 4 Choir 2 Coinmercial Club 3 Prvsizle-nt 3 Pep Club 4 Ta Sigma 4 TOM BARD Football 1 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 4 PAUL BIGLER Track 1. 2. 3. 4 Football 1. 2 Wrestling 3 Rep. Boys' Fed. 3 RUTH BELL Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4 BARBARA BENJAMIN GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Thespians 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2 Oz Club 2 Choir 3 CSF 2, 3, 4 Life Member Pep Club 4 Christmas Pageant 4 ESTHER BERGMAN Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 CSF 2, 3, 4 Life Member GAA 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 HAROLD BELL SUZETTE BARTGIS Mixed Chorus 1 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 CAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Yell Leader 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Choir 2, 3, 4 CSF 4 Nonettes 4 LAWRENCE I BENNETT Boys' Fed. 1, 2, 3, 4 JIM BISHOP CATHERINE FFA 1, 2, 3 BIXLER Mixed Chorus 1 Senior Orchestra 2, 4 Commercial Club 3 JAMES BLAYLOCK Football 3. 4 RICHARD BRINDEIRO Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track Mana er 3, 4 E Wrestling 4 Block "T" 4 BILLIE BLEVINS Words and Music 1, 2 Girls' Glee 1 GAA 2. 3 Commercial Club 3 Transfer from Livingston Choir 4 CSF 1, 2. 3 ALLAN BOYD CSF 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Rep. to Club Council 4 Life Member Forensics 3, 4 Science Club 1. 2 Vice President 1 Tennis 3 ORPHA CARDON Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4 GAA 2, 3. 4 Forensics 3 JAMES BOOTH Orchestra 1 Band 2. 3 LARRY BOYD Boys' Federation 1, 2, 3, 4 DAVID BOYLES Boys' Federation 1, 2, 3, 4 BETTY BODIN Mixed Chorus 1 Photo Club 2 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Chairman 3 Commercial Club 3, 4 GLEN CAREY JSA 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Speaker of Region 4 Science Club 4 Forensics 2, 3, 4 President 4 Block "T" 2, 3, 4 Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4- STEPHEN CARKEET Student Body Treasurer 4 Thespians 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Pep Club 3, 4 JSA 3, 4 Forensics 4 Executive Council 3, 4 FLORENCE COLLETT Mixed Chorus 2 Choir 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Circle "Y" 4 Vice President 4 President 4 34 JERRY CARR Football 3 Wrestling 2, 3, 4 Block "T" 4 YVONNE CARTER Mixed Chorus 1 Treble Clef 2 Octette 2 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 Nonettes 3 DON CLANTON CSF 1, 2 President 2 Spanish Club 1, 2 Vice President 2 Transfer from Hilmar Science Club 4 Chess Club 4 CAROLE CARLSON KRISTIE CARLSON CSF 2 Rep. to Girls' League 1 Tri-Hi-Y 2 Girls' Glee 1 Commercial Club 3 CAA 1. 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Ta Sigma,3, 4 V1ce President 4 A Cappella Choir 2, 3 Alert 4 Club Council 4 30 Club 4 CSF 1, 3, 4 ALICE CECIL Girls' League LINDA COLLINS JACK COOPER PCP Club 3, 4 FFA 1, 2, 3 LINDA COVELL Girls' Clee 1 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 30 Club 3. 4 Treasurer 4 Alert 3. 4 CAA 3, 4 JSA 3. 4 Ta Sigma 4 DANIEL DIAS Football 1, 2 Track 1, 2 Class Yell Leader 4- CONNIE CUMMINGS JAN DE ANGELES GAA1,Z3,4 CSF1,l3,4 Girls' Glee 1 Life Member Choir 2, 3 Commercial Club 3 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Treasurer 4 CSF 4 HAROLD DEHN Track 1 Orchestra 1, 2 Science Club 4 FRED DOERGES Transfer from Dos Palos Boys' Federation 1, 2, 3, 4 EEQSE PHOTO N01 AVAILIILE Pep Club 2, 3, 4 President 4 GAA 2, 3, 4 JSA 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 President 2, Secretary 3 Class Yell Leader 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Oz Club 4 Forensics 4 Student Body Song Leader 4 Ta Sigma 4 "Charlie-'s Aunt" 4 DIANE DEKELAITA GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Pe Club 3 4 P - Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 2, 3, 4 CHARLES DELHART Boys' Federation 1, 2, 3, 4 PHYLLIS DAMAS GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 QUONG D00 Clarion 3, 4 Photographer Alert 3, 4 Photographer C0-Editor 4 Photo Club 3, 4 President 4 Vice President 4 Commercial Club 4 Treasurer 4 CSF 1. 2. 3, 4 Life Member Vice President 4 DIANE D'ORAZI Transfer from Montana Football Queen Attendant 4 CSF 3, 4 Commercial Club 3, 4 Thespians 3, 4 JSA 3, 4 Secretary 4- Cirls' League President 4 Forensics 4 CSF Life Member ALICE DUNNAGAN GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA DOYLE Mixed Chorus 1 Tri-Hi-Y 3 FRED DRAKE CSF l, 2, 3, 4 Life Member J SA 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Forensics 3, 4 Senior Band 1, 2 Track 3, 4 Executive Council 3, 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Club Council 4 Thespians 4 Senior Class President DONALD DUNCAN Mixed Chorus 1 Choir 2, 3, 4 Forensics 3 Commercial Club 4 Boys' Octette 3, 4 DAVID DORNAN Mixed Chorus 1 Track 3, 4 Block "TH 4 FRED DROESE Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Wrestling 4 Block "T" 3, 4 JSA 3, 4 Rep. to Boys, Fed. 4 Forensics 4 CHARLOTTE DUREE GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 Yell Leader fClassl 1, 2 Mixed Chorus 2 Ta Sigma 4 MARVEL DOWN ING Commercial Club 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3 RICHARD DUREE FFA I Latin Club 3, 4 CSF 4 LOUIS DUTRA Football 1, 2. 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Basketball 2 Block "T" 2, 3. 4 30 Club 4 Boys' Oetette 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1 Bass Clef 3 Choir 2, 3, 4 President 3, 4 Alert 4 CSF 2, 3. 4 WILMA FADDIS Girls' Glee 1 Mixed Chorus 2 Choir 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 SONYA ELLEF SON Pan American Club 1 Paintbrushes 1 Horizon Club 1 Transfer from Madera Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 3, 4 Basketball Princess 4 Senior Dance Queen LINDA EYBERG GAA 1 Girls' Glee 1, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2 FRED FALK Football 1 Mixed Chorus 1 MABLE ELSTON Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2 Rep. to Executive Council 2 Choir 4 DOUGLAS ERICKSON Transfer from Hilmar Football 3 Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 4 WENDELL EYBERG Mixed Chorus 3 Track 3, 4 Block "T" 4 LEONARD ELLIS FFA 1 Pep Club 2 RONALD F ERNANDES Class Secretary 1 Class Yell Leader 2 Senior Band 1 Student Body Yell Leader 4 Rep. to Boys' Fed. 2 TONY FERRO Class Vice President 1 Football Manager 2, 3, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Block "T" 2, 3, 4 Vice President Boys' Fed. 4 Class Yell Leader 3 Senior Band 1, 2 DORIS FULEN WI DER GAA 1, 2, 3,4 To Sigma 4 Commercial Club 3 Clarion 4 30 Club 4 GLORIA FLIFLET GAA 1 Girl's Glee 1 Band 1 FFA Sweetheart 4 ELLEN FORRETTE Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4 WARREN FROST 30 Club 3, 4 Baseball 4 Football 4 COSTE FLESORAS Transfer from Greece Senior Dance King Boys' Federation 3, 4 .IANYCE FRIETAS CSF 1, 2, 3,4 Life Member Science Club 2, 3, 4 Rep. to Executive Council 3 GAA 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 .ISA 3, 4 Rep. to Club Council 4 Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Executive Council 4 DAVID FLIFLET CSF 2, 4 Rep. to Executive Council 2, 3 Club Council 4 30 Club 4 Rep. to Club Council 4 Forensics 3 Pep Club 4 Girls' State Citizen 3 THOMAS PATRICIA FUNKHOUSER FURTAD0 Boys' Federation 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 MARY GALVAN EDWIN GARCIA GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Girls' Glee 1, 4 MARJORIE GILL CSF 1, 2, 3,4 Life Member GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Forensics 3, 4 Treasurer 4 .l SA 4 Pep Club 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1 Mixed Chorus 1 BARBARA GREEN CORA GREEN GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 1, 2' Ta Sigma 3, 4 Transfer from Hilmar 34 fx ff! 'bf' , 5.3, Muon! PHGYC N01 AVMLAIKE MARIA GEROLD GAA 1 Tri-Hi-Y 2 DOROTHEA GOESSMANN GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Choir 2, 3, 4 Thespians 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1 Nonettes 3, 4 JIM GRAHAM Boys' Fed. 1, 2, 3, 4 PAUL GEESON Track 1, 2 Senior Band 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 1 Basketball 1 voo lun .X Q, fa V115 1 'NOT D N0 Avllliih KENNETH GREGORY CSF 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Life Member J SA 3, 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Executive Council 4 Forensics 4 Senior Band 1, 2, 3 Club Council 4 Pep Club 4 WANDA GRIFFIN CAA 1 JOANNE HICKEY GAA 1. 2. 3 Choir 4 DORIS HANSON Oz Club 3 Secretary 3 CSF 1, 2, 3, 4 Life Member .ISA 3, 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Secretary 3 30 Club 4 Clarion 4 Commercial Club 3, 4 Forensics Student Body Social Commissioner 4 Football Queen 4 Class Secretary 2 Christmas Pageant 2, 3 ARBY HARRY Pastor of Class Boy's Club 2, 3 Vice President 3 Spanish Club 3 Student Body Treasurer 3 Transfer from Mod. U.A. Choir 4 REUBEN HERNANDEZ Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Block "T" 2, 3, 4 Class President 1 Class Vice President 2 JUDY GUSTAFSON CARL HALQUIST Mixed Chorus 1 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 President 3 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Chairman 4 Clarion 3, 4 30 Club 3, 4 STANLEY HARPER Baseball 3, 4 NATHAN HIEMSTRA Boys' Fed. 1, 2, 3, 4 ,v 8 , ff, ,," I , .. I W5 ska, ,ii '.'V jqyM,,q,m. . . fist.: ts, . s- - - Basketball 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Track 1, 2 Choir 3, 4 President 4 Boys' Octette 3, 4 WILLIAM HIGHTOWER Pep Club 3, 4 Forensics 2, 3 Oz Club 2, 3 Thespians 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3 NELDA HILLIGOSS CSF 2, 3 Pep Club 3, 4 30 Club 4 Alert 4 Mixed Chorus 1 JEANNINE JOHNSEN GAA I, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Secretary 4 Commercial Club 4 President 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 CSF 2, 3, 4 Rep. to Girls' League 3, 4 DAVID HINES Block "T" 4 Football 2, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 SHEILA INGRAM GAA I, 2 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 CAROLYN JOHNSON Mixed Chorus I Choir 2, 3 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chairman 4 GLENDORA HUNTS GAA 3, 4 Pep Club 4 30 Club 4 Clarion 4 Tri-Hi-Y 4 Ta Sigma 4 WILLIAM JACOBSON Boys' Fed. 2, 3, 4 JAMES JENSEN Boys' Fed. 1, 2, 3, 4 MONICA HUGHES Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chairman 4 Mixed Chorus 1 Photo Club 1 30 Club 4 Alert 4 DORIS JOHNSON Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4 JANICE JOHNSON Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Photo Club 3, 4 Girls' Glee 3 Treble Clef 4 Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Orchestra 2, 3 JOAN KING Pep Club 3 Art Club 3 Transfer from Glendale GAA 4 CHESSELLA KELLY Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4 BEVERLY KELLY GAA 1, 2 BARRY KIMZEY Football 2 Baseball 2 LAURELLI MARY JOHNSON JOHNSON CSF 1, 2 GAA 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Pep,C1ub 3 Student Council 2 Choir 3, 4 Secretary 2 GAA 3, Transfer from Minnesota C0mmefClal Club 4' GAA 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Ta Sigma 4 Science Club 4 Pep Club 4 LANSILL KENT Football 1, 4 Manager 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Block "T" 2, 3, 4 Smock and Tam 3 30 Club 3 Clarion 3 MINNIE KING BETTY KOMO Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 4 GILBERT LAMB Assistant Drum Major 4 Football 1 Bass-ball l Pep Band 1 ALLEEN LOGSDON Mixed Chorus 1 Choir 2, 3, 4 HAROLD LANG Basketball 1 Track 1, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 GORDON LINDBERG Tennis 1 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Block "T" 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 Baseball 2 Class President 3 CSF 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 President Boys' Fed. 4 Basketball Manager 4 ALLEN LOGSDON Mixed Chorus 1 Choir 2, 3, 4 Bass Clef 1, 2, 3, 4 Boys' Octette 3, 4 NANCY LINDBECK Treasurer Girls' League 3 30 Club 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 GAA 2, 3, 4 Alert 3, 4 Co-Editor 4 Student Body Song Leader 3 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4- Tbespians 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 Pep Club 3, 4 All-School Play 2, 3 Christmas Pageant 2 ROBERT LITTLE FFA 1 Transfer from Ceres FFA 2, 3, 4 RAYMOND LOEWEN FFA 1, 2, 3 PHILLIP LARSON Track 1 Class President 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Block "T" 2, 3, 4 Executive Council 4 JERRY LOVEALL Mixed Chorus 1 Baseball 1 Basketball 1 ROBERT LYON Boys' Fed. 1, 2, 3. 4 SHIRLEY MCBETH Pep Club 1 Commercial Club 3, 4- JOAN MARCZAN GAA l. 3 TONY MARTINEZ Football 1. 2. 3 Managt-r 4 Wvrestling 3 Manager 4 Block "T" 2. 3. 4 President 4 Mixed Chorus 1. 2 Choir 4 WILLIAM MAYHEW Football 2 Track 1, 2, 3, 4- Science Club 3, 4 JSA 4 DONALD MADDOX Senior Play Transfer from Pasadena Football 4 Baseball Manage-r 4- RONALD MATHEWS Block HT" 3, 4 Football 1. 2, 3, 4- Track 1 Wrestling 2, 3, 4 Bass Clef 2 Choir 4- PHILIP MCDANIEL Football 1 Track 2, 3 Senior Band 2, 3, 4 DAVE MAGGARD Track 1. 2, 3. 4 Block "T" 1. 2.3.4 Football 3. 4 Basketball 2. 3. 4 Student Body President 4 Honorary 319l11l'Jt'I' JSA 4- Executive Council 4 J AN ICE McDON NAL Pen Pals 1 Broadcast Staff 3 Transfer from Modesto GAA 4 BEN McFREDERICK LORALEE MCGILL FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 CSF 1, 213, 4 GAA 2, 3, 4 Life Member Science Club 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3 Choir 2, 3, 4 Fogtball 3, 4 Treble Cliff 2, 3 President FFA 4 Ta Sigma 4 Rep to Boys Fed. 4 Pep Club 4 Boys' Block "T" 4 FRANCES MELLO GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 President 4 TOMMY MITCHELL JERRY MIZE FFA 1 Football 1 OLIVER MCNUT FFA 1, 2, 3 Football 4 Wrestling 4 Track 4 KENNETH MIDDLETON Boys' Federation 1, 2, 3, 4 BARNEY MIRELES Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Wrestling 3, 4 Block "TH 3, 4 quaunuy' , f THOMAS MCNAB FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4 JOYCE MOHR Transfer from Pioneer Ohio Girls' League 3, 4 SONlA MONTAGUE Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4 JAMES NUGENT Football 1 Basketball 2, 3 Baseball 2 CLYDE MOORE JR. YVONNE MYERS Football 1 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 3, 4 Treasurer 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 CLARA NELSON Secretary-Treasurer 4 FHA 1 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Transfer from El Centro Secretary 3 JEANNE NELSON GAA 2, 3 Transfer from Gustine GAA 1 BECKY NISSEN Mixed Chorus 1 Choir 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Commercial Club 4 GILES NEW FFA 1, 2 LINDA NUNES Oz Club 2, 3, 4 Rep. to Executive Council 3 Commercial Club 3, 4 Girls' League Treasur Vice President 3 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Body Yell Leader 4 Student Body Secretary 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Chairman 4 Member of Executive Council 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Basketball Princess 4 er2 Class Yell Leader 4 GAYLE N YQUI ST Pep Club 2, 3, 4- Chairman 4 Clarion 3, 4 30 Club 3, 4 Commercial Club 3, 4 xi. s GARY OLSON PAT OLSON Latin Club 1, 2 Pep Club 2 Block "T" 3, 4 Girls' Glee 2 Forensics 2 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 3 BETTE PETERSON GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1 Treble Clef 2 Choir 2. 3 Ta Sigma 4 Commercial Club 3 CSF 4 GEORGE PAYNE Track 3 RICHARD PETERSON Football l, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Block "C" 1, 2 Pep Club 2 Latin Club 1 Pan American Club 2 Transfer from Chico Football 3 ALAN PATZER FFA 1, 2, 3 LLOYD PAYNE Football 1 Baseball Manager 2 Wrestling 3 Oz Club 3 30 Club 3, 4 DIANE PERA Oz Club 1, 2, 3 Thespians 4 Commercial Club 2, Pep Club 2. 3, 4 Clarion 3 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 2, 3, 4 30 Club 3 Girls' Glee 1 SHARON PATTON Mixed Chorus 1 CSF 2, 3, 4 Life Member Asilomar 3 Clarion 4- 30 Club 4 Secretary 4 Pep Club 4 CLOMA PARKER Mixed Chorus 1 Treble Clef 3 Choir 2, 3, 4- Nonettes 2, 3, 4 BRUCE PHILPOTT Football 2, 3 Track 2, 3 Tumbling 3 Athletic Honor Society 2, 3 Transfer from Salinas Track 4 LARRY REICH Baseball 1 Football 1, 2, 3 Transfer from Modesto JESS PORTER FFA 1 Choir 1 SHARON RAPP Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 Smock and Tam 1, 2 CSF 1 PAT REGAS GAA 2 Transfer from San Francisco Choir 4 Clairon 4 30 Club 4 GRACE PLOTKIN GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 Christmas Pageant 3 Ta Sigma 4 Pep Club 4 Science Club 4 Triangle HY" 4 President 4 Photo Club 4 Rep. to Club Council JIM REEVES Football 1, 2 Baseball 1. 2 RASMA REKSHANS Mixed Chorus 1 Choir 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 4 GENE PORTER Football 1 Manager 4 Basketball 1, 2 Manager 4 Baseball Manager 2, 3 4 Boys' Block "T" 4 SALLY RITCHEY Mixed Chorus 1 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 2, 3 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Girls' League Vice President 4 Rally Committee 4 Football Princess 4 Student Body Song Leader 4 JAMES ROBERSON TONY ROSE Chess Club 2 Transfer from San Rafael BOB SEXTON Alert 4 30 Club 4 President 4 Smock and Tam 4 Transfer from San ,lose Buys' Fed. I. 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN SANTOS CAA I. 2. 3. 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Forensies 3 CSF 2 Science Club 4 GAA Executive Board 4 Pep Club 4 Homemaker of Year 4 ARLENE SMITH GAA 2. 3, 4 Song Leader 4 Pep Club 4 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 Rally Committee 4 Mixed Chorus I Ta Sigma 4 Basketball Queen 4 JERRY SANDERS Student Body Vice President 4 Club Council 4 President 4 Executive Council 4 Football I. 2. 3, 4 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Block "T" 2. 3. 4 GILBERT SARTIN Track I FFA 1, 2. 3, 4 RALPH SERPA FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2 JANET ROSEWALL Mixed Chorus I Pep Club 2, 3. 4 CSF 2. 3, 4 Life Member Forensics 2, 3, 4 GAA 2. 3, 4 Latin Club 3 President 4 DONALD F. SMITH Track 1, 2 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 CHARLES SMITH Football I Golf 2, 3 JAYNE STONE Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Commercial 2, 3, 4 RONALD M. SMITH RICHARD FFA 1, 2, 3,4 SODERQUIST Track 2 Football 1, 2, 3 STAN SPARKS B10Ck "T" 2, 3, 4 Block wlws 2, 3, 4 Student Football 3 T Leider 3 Baseball 2, 3 Tac 2 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Government 1 Transfer from Tracy NANCY MCCOUN GEORGE SPRINKLE STAMMERJOHAN 1,2, 3,4 1,2,3,4 Sentinel 2, 3, 4 CSF 3, 4 ROBERT STITT Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 Class Vice President 4 Block UT" 2, 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer 4 BONNIE SUGARS SWARD Chess Club I FFA 1 President I Rep. to Boys' Fed. I Mixed Chorus I HERMAN TAMRAZ JOHNNY TAYLOR 30 Club 3, 4 Boys' Fed. 1, 2, 3, 4 gL'Qf,lf,,,l3f'4 MARILYN TEEKELL GAA 1 Student Body Song Leader 2 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 30 Club 3, 4 ROBERT TROUT Boys' Fed. 1, 2, 3, 4 ANN TEVES Girls' Glee 1 Tri-Hi-Y 1,,2, 3, 4 Pep Club 4 VIVIEN UBL GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 Thespians 3, 4- Clarion 3, 4 Rally Committee 2 Commercial Club 2, 3 JAMES THORMODSGARD Basketball 1, 2 Manager 3 Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3 Class Play 3 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 2, 3 Band 1, 2 Transfer from N. Dakota FFA 4 MELBA WILLHITE TAYLOR Girls' Glee 1 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 2, 3, 4 Oz Club 4 Commercial Club 4 Triangle "Y" 4 Oz Cll1gl3iJ4 TOROSIAN ' Photo u 4 i Secretary 4 Boys Fed. 1, 2, 3, 4 'GT Commercial Club 3, 4 Navlvnlum Vice President 4 Pep Club 4 Girls' Glee 1 Choir 2, 3, 4 REX UMSTED Wrestling 4 BETH USTICK GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 4 Commercial Club 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Secretary-Treasurer 4 Forensics 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 4 Photo Club 4 CAROLE WALLACE Girls' Glee 1 Commercial Club 3, 4 President 4 30 Club 4 Alert 4 Class Secretary 4 BOB VAUGHN CSF 2, 3, 4 Life Member Science Club 3, 4 ALAN VANATTA RONALD F,-A L 2, 3 VASCONCELLOS Photo Club 3, 4 Photo Club 1 Science Club 3, 4 Band 1, 2 Track 1, 2 Student Body Yell Leader 4 President 4 JSA 4 Forensics 4 JOHN VIARENGQ GEORGE VINCENT Track 1 Senior Band 1, 2 Pep Club 4 Track 2, 3, 4 JSA 4- JAMES VINCENT Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 LOIS WALTMAN CARI-,ENE GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 WHIPKEY T S' 4 Mlixegrglixorus 1, 2 I.gl?b2?'33 Ch,mr,3 Circle "Y" 4 Tr1'H1'Y 2 Vice President 4 HAZEL WILLIAMS DONALD WILSON Photo Club 1, 2 FFA 1, 2. 3 GAA 2, 3 Student Council 2 Mixed Chorus 1, 2 Transfer from Hughson Choir 4 Pep Club 4 ADRIAN WOOD Mixed Chorus 1 Track 3 DALE YOUNG JANELLE YOUNG FFA 1 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 3 Ta Sigma 3, 4 Transfer from Vernon Commercial Club 2, 3, 4 High Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Football 4 Girls' Glee 1 BILL WOLFE CSF I Clarion 2, 3, 4 so Club 2, 3,4 WILBUR WOOD Pep Club I Basketball 1 BARBARA YONAN CAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Ta Sigma 2, 3, 4 Clarion 2, 3, 4 Exchange Ed. 2, 3, 4 30 Club 2, 3, 4 Commercial Club 3 Pep Club 4 JIM WILSON CSF 3, 4 30 Club 2, 3, 4 President 3 .l.S.A. 3, 4 President 4 Forensics 3, 4 Vice President 4 Thespians 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Executive Council 4 Club Council 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Clarion 2, 3 Alert 4 Com. 4 JEFF ZAYA FFA 1, 2,3 SHARON ZIEGENHAGEL Mixed Chorus 1 Science Club 3, 4 Forensics 3, 4 .ISA 4 CSF 3, 4, Life Member Pep Club 4 54 DORIS DAVENPORT HELEN DEAN LEE PARKER GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4- Smock and Tam 3, 4- Pep Club 3, 4 Ta Sigma 4 ALBERT AVALOS Boys' Federation RONALD COX Boys' Federation FRANK CRUZ Boys' Federation DONALD FLIPPINS Boys' Glee Club 3 Pilots' Club 3 Transfer from Porterville Wrestling 4 Seniors N ot Pictured LOUISE GRAHAM Girls' League JOYCE KENNEDY Girls' League WILLARD LACEY Boys' Federation NANCY -PERKINS Girls' League PAT WALKER Pep Club 1 FHA 1 GAA 2, 3, 4- Transfer JAMES WOOD Choir 1, 2 CSF 1, 2 Science Club 1, 2, 3 Senior Band 1, 2, 3 Clarion 4 30 Club 4 SENIOR COMMITTEES BACCALAUREATE Allan Boyd, chairman Glen Carey Diane Pera Sharon Zieganhagel Marjorie Gill SENIOR GIFT Bruce Philpott, chairman Caroline Johnson Ben McFredericks Linda Covell Marilyn Teekell COMMENCEMENT Linda Nunes, chairman Steve Carkeet Doris Hanson Elaine Baker Ken Gregory Sally Ritchey Refreshments : Monica Hughes, chairman Janyce Freitas Yvonne Myers Margaret Austin SENIOR BANQUET Program: Jim Wilson, chairman Jerry Sanders Kristie Carlson Diane D'Orazi Decorations : Carole Wallace, chairman Jan De Angeles Box Sexton Louis Dutra Arlene Smith Place Cards: SENIOR DITCH DAY Dorothea Goessmann, chairman Games: Gordon Lindberg, chairman Dave Maggard Phil Larson Reuben Hernandez Bob Stitt Nancy Lindbeck Lansill Kent 1 1. 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Mer-n rill, S. Knutsen, C. Kephart. Sf-cond r ' ow: B. Fiorini E Jacob s. A. Warden J Green-l wood, L. Crowell, M. Strom, J. Beatty. Third row: D. Lcwis, E. Claser, C. Hill, D. Dias, J. Erickson, A. Cate- wood, D. Morrow. gs 3. I is , 12,233 x .F First row' L. Mart' . in. J- Cowger, M. Beatty, D. S ouza R. Nascimento, D. Roach, S. C'bb 1 . Second row: S. Rosen M. Lewis, D. Brown, B. And- erson, D. Fant, M. Lewis, B. Benge. Third row: J. W att L. Andrus, C. Rocha been, K. Johnson, R.,Larson,- Johnson. , i xg First row' A Fr Him.. L. Ilu,b W. Moon, L. Julien. Secdnd row: B. H ' am, S. Gill, P. Niebaum, B Norto L . n, .San- ders. L. St. Louis, L. Foote. Third row: D. Myers, F, Martin, R. Consalves, A. Johnson, J. Hayes, J. Baba, R. Osborne. 21? o 0 ! E. First row: P. Elle-rby, M Trout, M. Lackner, S. Olson R. McCart, L. Brooks. Second row: P. Thompson, D. Fowl- er, C. Nystrom, E. Vrenios, J. Shaffer, S. Yonan, M. Kronberg. Third row: L. Gardner, D. Cranberg, D Cearhart, J. Forte R. Tilln , er, S. Birchall, A. Ward. . . ancis,B Sahl- strom, A. '- , First row: L. Gibbs, S. Wal- len, B. Mitchell, B. Sewton, G. Cecil. L. Cunningham, D. Carter. Second row: L. Vieira, D. Harris, C. Tamraz, L. Bettincourt, K. Crossman, K. Vieira, S. Youngblood. Third row: B. Cox, E. Gold- smith, l. Welsh, M. Motsing- Ab aham, er, D. Vollrath, A. r L. Christoilersen. irst row: C. Kamp, B. Bart- lett B. Emmons, P. Cardoza, M, same, A. Macedo, L. Vjallace, M. Martin, S. Hard- ' M ll wick. Second row. F. . e o, B. Yorrett. B. Christensen, U. lenkins, M. Gruber, B. Bashor, B. Vasconcellos, B. Brown. l. Hill. to U1 ix? 1' 'Of . bf QIN A1 7 f- .2 ' 7 iff, kykr ,C F FA s XJ 32 A f f B ' C' 5, il ' . xxx A M y 5 b . ,,,A I .b . 1-' z. X' p ' First row: L. Bettincourt, C. Vaughn, l. Box, G. Lane, O. Carter, V. Crabtree, G. Bien- engs. Second row: B. Pulliam, or es l Sisk A Ko- N- B as . . , . pecki, A. Todd, H. Gayler. K 3 1 ' " fir. I x I Y 3 4 P B 2 x S i . - ...,. S . V, 1 4' 9 Kr ff r. , irst row: N. Gee, 1. Omlin, S Cox C. Cox, B. Baldo. 3. ' Second row: S. Copeland, S. Shummon, C. Crivell, l. Ken- nedy, B. Hernankles, J. Garn- er, B. Spengler. Third row: N. Brazil, R. lsaac, R. Cham- bers, I. Smalley, J. Howard, H. Vinson, I. Lyon, F 'V 1 J. Mayberry, B. Holmes, C. Peterson. First row: Z. .Ur'Lau,uhlin, J. Sparks. A. Lorthen, N. Chand- ler, E. Larson. ll, Norse-en ll Hansen. Secunrl row: Tltmnax, M. Kane, J. Lemons' J. Carlson. D. Davis. S. Cant. D. Dielcenson. Third row: R Jerome, ll. .Ut'.Villr'n. J.. gUtif'l'Nfl'UIIl J. Bl' 9 . . . anc. .. Nwanson. S. Todd. B. Rnome. J 1.3 3 of 5h First row: J. Dornan, F Welch, P. Schreclc, J. Wi meith, 0. Bronson, M. Nelson Second row: P. Vanatta. Kirby, J. Bewley, A. Eshoo S. Dill, M. Carlstrom, B. Burns. Third row: D. Fox, J. Willcey, J. Highlill, J. Little . , .gh L Q X I . . ,sl W: l.L.,'T,'i1: LW. l R 5 ln J First row: N. Jones, J. Eyre, L. East, C. Hills, K. Shaclcel- lord, J. Blair, O. Nimtz. Sec- ond row: J. Ritter, L. Rocha J. Crow, R. Daniel, J. War- ren, C. Hawksworth. A. Se- rena. Third row: J. Balswiclc, R. Balswick, J. Mead, T. But- ler, H. Walker, R. Weiglein, R. Cooper. 'L-J ar First row: M. Anderson, K. Stover, L. Johnson, R. Shah- bazian, P. Huffman. S. Mid- dleton. Second row: B. Baldo, A. Ayala, R. Martinez. N. Lucero, J. Harlan, 0. McVay. C. Cameron. Third row: L. Sederquist, R. Allen, A. Mares, T. McCauley. B. Bef-ts. D. Liles, Rash. Yirsr row: L. Barth, V. Ber- tenconrr, L. Hardin, S. Yer- nandes, B. Young, K. Yrohie, Kahn. Second row: S. Vei- Carison. . NY. L Carr. C. ' B Terreii, iers, . Cooner.B. Siiveira, . C. Anderson. 'Yhird row: Lee, D. Crain. E. RCRA, S- Yariinger. S. Tipron, L. King. S, Haziewood, 2,2 N51-wre , Cregory. L. Carison, ' Hardwick. L. Barnes. B. Sieinrn Sr-rna. 3. X X 1 First row: S. Brown, C. Yried, . Riuer, C. Broom. N. Uoo. e. Second row: YL. R. Reenhee, an Uyk Marxin L-iiioi,B. , K. Varies, B. Psrroiio, A. C-rose. D. Niarryrnan. Third ro-N1 NX. Ndeiio. Yi. Bedding, L. Rose. D. H. Davenport, Sensen, B. Larson, W. Read. .LT I' Q, 8 55 ' fi I . mi Z 4-. , f r w a..-W' '. . f L ' e':.:w-1 f' , f-.wig , M f fd - H ' 1 . fi' ' ' X 4 Y B Stookeherry, . X Chriokrnan. irer row: E. idaarherg. K. Hoiirnan, Y. Ei is, . r C. Carrer. Second row: ii. Wiiiiarns. D. Biakeiy, . . L. Uaniei, D. Dow. Third row: Y. Myers, Yi. Yemnan, R ' enr, G. Kirkes. S Larson. Ni. 5 5 ur Q: 247' 4 f ma ophomores . . . Vice President, MARJI RICHARDS Secretary, CYNTHIA NUNES Yell Leaders, TERRI THOMPSON, BOB STEWART President, BOB STILES R. Young, IJ. Paui. I"irNl ron: T. 'liwinpwiz 'I' ifim., K. mfkif-,. lf. in-iii I'iIu-MI, NI. RiI1'Ilr-5, SIMI- lun. If. Ilqiwixpwl. Sf-mizrl' ruw: NI. Ifnfmi, ,I. Hi-1-fl. ,l. Viv-kr:-y, YI. Ifivlizzrdx. N. Winans. fl. hllifzu-. 5. Nnidvr. Third run: U. Iiurruw. II. Sn-uurr. lf. I.ym'Ii. II, Hour:-. 'Ii IIHIIAIIII. Ii. Uv-lfvrf. 1. Inumwljw. I"irw1-row: S. Samirlg. Ii. IIug'Iu's. If ffar:-un, N. Iilax- lrwk. :L flraham. .-L Norton. N. Iiunham. Svcnrirl row: NI. I.:-awii. I.. Gifford. If. I.lN'i1S. S. I.zu'Imc'r. Y. Hulquist. I.. Williams, H. Iirakw. Third row: T. IJ'0razi, Ii. Iiurns, R. I.t'f'cIOI1l. .l. IVIHV. II. ffmrk. J I First naw: I. Souza. N. f.'nWIr's. First row: II. flarviz. W5'Hlt, J. Bums, I., ,yuan I.. Cnnzalz, S f',-UW avid. .l. 3 L -UQ, " mum, I.. liarvia. n,uram. U. Fr-rhruviu-, If. 'wrra. SPIWIIIII ruw: .l. Ifllvf- sun, R. I.indvaII, J. Klynslra. I. lilakf-r. S. I'mrI, Iivllfiy. .. fllnraham. Third row: G. zzini, If. johnson. H. .Var- Ilad. ,I. Nmiih. IJ. Harm. I.. W f 61, U sr- 1' 1 N lm-s. - 1 . .I. Cai- Imral. Sf-mm! row: II, Pr,-ss. If'y. I'. liritl, I.. Padilla. IJ. Jvnkins, JI. Pr-rrv F H .I. Ely. Third rowgii li ROMPF. .I. I'If'I1IIIIi1l'l, H, Parlfff P- YUIIILU. I.. Wfivss, Ii. Sviimidt. F irst row: R. Van7Aneren, C. Pahuuusk. B. Horrkng, C. Cnnkbeard. L. De Broeck. I. Lucas. M. Loethen. Second row: L, Uodman, L. Campos, 3 . Hanno. C. Seymour, D. Sexton. P. Green. S. Escobar. Third row: M. Soares. H. C-aykr. A. Todd. B. Harry, E. Harwkckson. B. Bunyan. A. Frkr-Kas. Ykrst row: V. Come-1. V. Bar- Xow. L. Markin. S. Habbins, NL Crkiiin. S. Perkins. M. Garda. Svcond row: NL , D, Moss, L. Green. D. CHnk- bcard. N. Ann-or, X. Bowser, Y. Sw. 'Yhkrd row: U. Reich, U. Kohrumrnm-X. T. Duval C. Hay-an-r. C. Xonson. H. Bren- nan. L. Sw:-ox. First row: C. Moore. L. HOL Xand. X. Codak. X. Wrmuw, F. Eashby. D. Siha. Se-cond row: 1. Trotter. L. Hunyan. S. Lrndskoog. S. Norah-H, K. Bornke. Y. Anderson. M. Carbon. Third row: L. Cruz. G. Vldsh, H. Avahrs, H, Lucero, A. Cook, F. Codwekh I. Canavan. johnson. 1. Lkndsey. First row: S. Nienxeyer. I, Hoobyar, E. Kenner. C Maines. H. Norkon. 'BL Mar- hn, C. Num-9. Second row: C. Hass. A. Santos. F. Graves. X. Robinson, B. Harris. A. As-saXi, D. Redding. Third row: C. Hatikeud. X. Knox. B. Msup, M. Starnmerionan, D. '-4' 1 ,a fu, 'fo I sqtxtsu 1 Q' 0 ' N s 4 ' s ss" ' First row: B. Sehaub, B. Ens ley. B. McGuire, S. Oshorn E. Myers, M. Buck, L. Custaf son. Second row: D. Reed, B 5 lj . gy 5 anibfxff' Enfantino, J. David, D. Schiff-I A F 1 A M man. J. Clenrlenen, D. Chris topher, A. Enos. Third row P. Ceeson, 0. Albert, B. Bris toe, V. Johnson. D. Emery J. Nelson, C. Couch. L sit ft A t 4- 5 ip, 'K' 'rf I I r- Y S' , LQ-f :gi J. sg Q x 'L V' it 5 . '- 16' ' f J ' XVA tl 23 gl' 1 Qt 'il P nf- Q i . ' 4 Lf. S3 1 rr W I if git' lr r 1, First row W Dill, C. Wallin P Trent C, Hayw, A. Duncan weeten R. Malone. Sec ond row: B. Storment, A en K. Marihout. N. Mahlc Hodg s .l Smith, T Macedo Third row: C. Com B Andre-we L. Sallesen Mainu L Dickey, S. ,lor ritsma P Btgler First row: M. Elston, B. Fred rickson, P. Clinton, B. Fred rickson, L. Finch, C. Pricola L. Perry. Second row: N Wyatt, I.. Price, M. Hart, P Otts, ll. Smith, J. Folly, B Ersy. Third row: L. Boyd, C Watson, R. Ehrler, R. Hiem stra, C. Blair, Don Welch, S Flippins. First row: L. Pachec, , Waltz, M. Comes, K. Vieira -D- Mello, R. George, L. Herr-l mg. Second row: E, Edb,-rg, J. Plett, J. Van Norman, L, Hale, J. Ahlberg, L, Swanson' E. Nelson. Third row: R, Heidt, L. Youngquist, T, Fetherston, M, Famam, 3. Stiles, .l. Ulrich, L. Ellis. I :xv Ykrsr row: S. Snva, S. Yer nandes, A. Sirnenez, E. Mi- rehas, M. Marrknez, S. Ld- wards, V . Srnkth. Second row: S. Nero, L. Comes, Kd. Moore, Yr. Yard, C. Wnson, U. Srnrtb 1 M. Yknnng, XC. Yonan. A a Y 'J Frm row: Y. Chgron, D. Cohkn, S. Landensdayer, S. Ydzenga, C. Ysnkock, S. Darke, R. Carter. Second row: S. Scndder, D. MXdboe, D. Sex- ton, S. Emery, G. Nkchohon, E. Caenno, Ps. De Broeck. Third row: M. Burrow, D. Yarone, Yr. Srnnncarnp. H. Nbr, C. Sohnson, L. Unn- berg, XC. Mustoe. 1. 3 5 , CSB iowa C',Pm5e'5091 5- 930303, B- PNB, C- Hansen, M. McCoXXn1n, Y, a , X. ardrn. Second row: S. Bashor, Ps. Brazil, L. Atwood, Yr. Rocha, Yr, 995569, 5- EBIMSI, E. Kenner, G. lensen, B. Crabtree. ,Ti , . -K - ., A : V - A Y I: . .A . - ima, J -N in 1 V, ' nv- AL---' ': 4, 1 - -A :1 vs, 4, - V 3 l i 1 H V . 1- ,-..: 1- ,ff J V, ,, I . .,, ,,, , , -P ,K V I , ' A ,,. , ,, .nv ' ' , - ,.-.. - .gp 1' --.5 I , .W , PM Q, W A . 'W ., f-:1 W 1, 'll 1 v- ig ' 1 X. I4 ,gif - 1 - , WL 1413 " , . 4 ' ' 1. r . Jn 11 5. ' . 'wig ,Wu -'Q ' fx .3 Y ff . X 1, It , .- . ' ' if, j jjlx ' 3? ' :, L, , , '1 xl f .4 l L5 rv' -' I M TI w 2. . , fl L" w. . -If 2- 5 3, W qs -ru' 1: ' -. - . f fl! " . A if ar "' 1 1 1 -- - if - . I '- 1 I - . el li -17 ,-A , 2. H M, f 'ss iii? ' ' ' ' 1 .iff 3 ' ' ' -"5L!'.! , 1 -a . ,... . , V . r 4 5 L A . .. . X .I -I . , . J Q f, H . ef , aft' El,-' . vi. " 5555 - ' f' avi: A A .na 1- . ', A -VV-fl gym 1- ,An ' . .i , "ar 1 - . . ' A I x 15: E QW' . mx' . X ,S 4, v U-.-F.. 51 5 -QI1"Y?rj. 'rg r A A. HP I it-Q' W, r" 5,r"L,, .- ' e - W ng, ,.g:.. V fi' :L A V' E., Y "' ,H , . fi , NI Freshmen . . . Vice President, DOUG COBEEN T 1 r v Y I Secretary, KITTY CARR Yell Leaders, IRMA NUNES, BOBBY JOHNS 70 President, STAN CARKEET ll 'Ol Fifsl lwwi fi. .gl Milly lf. lfewzilvl, lf, Stirklvy E. Twrrill. l. liuwl fi f"1"it'Q 1an1lilin, Xl. . 1 . . . 1 11 . lW. 'i1'lIll'lfl', ll, lfvrfl, .Yr-vunil row: ,l. l"z11lrlif. F. IJLIIII, U. fluylrw. F, fQf111zz1l1'z. ll. Wail- snn. IJ. llzizla-wuml, M. ll111'rvs, li. 'I'mlfl. ff. ltxtlv. Tliiril row: Ml. 1.211111-1'1111. ll, Still. J, Srl1111iall. l.. Kr-ir11 R 171112111 . . . 'y. I.. liligaril, IJ, llunnagzin. C. Slw'lctr1n. J, UlHile-y. l 9 Q 0. 0 a ... i z 5. fi J. Fostvr, E. Nr-ill. I First row: H. Al1ac'l1e-rli, I irkf-ndall. R. Sf'df'fHT9H. nhnsun, lf. Coup. M. Snark B. Vartin. L. JUIIHS. Swconcl row: J. llronkx, C. Cnr-lhn, F ' st, l'. Clayton, li. Conlr-y . .1eNu11, C. Jvhnsvn. D Hulrlf-. Tliiril row: J, Collins . Sliumway. B. Zigvnis, F Silva, M. Watson. 0. W:-lvll First rnw: J. Vir'kr'ry, 5. .Qar tin, R. Vargaw. J. .9Ir'W21l'f. J lfrvin. M. Hunt, l'. Wood, M. F Hf'f'll!'F, R. Dunvan. J. Rflliik. Se-0411111 row: lf. Hivlwrf, P. Mfvffolluni, L. Bauvuni, L. Willliili-, ll. Hullman, V. P11-lt, M. Ollllill, M. liurman. Third row: li, Kcllvy, l'. Plotkin. E. Holnn-s, R. Marchan! F K.. Iii-si, J. West, T.. HuIz,, ' tsl Williams. J, Davis. W A6 1. Jef.: ,if 113 1 First row: E. Nunvs, Swvdge, J. Johneon B Joh . , . n- son D Medi-' ' . - - iros, S. Hannfl S. M owrer, C. Hupp Seconfl' row: K. Billingsley, Falk enburg, J. Johnson, E W ' Y mar, A. Neely, S Daves, I. Snvfligar, J. Cant! E. Benin-' court Th' cl . ir row: E. Nopa, D. Brown, L. Palmer, D. An- drina, C. Collard, C. Rise-ll, D. Flora, C. Anderson, D. Ogiline. P. ifirft row 1 B. Shackvi- iord. M. Upton. J. Siiva. H. Cardoza. U. Switzer. V. Lot-wa-n. P. Biiiott, M. isaavs. B. Gram-5. V. iii-sw. Svuomi row 1 T. Hniith. U. iiotwhtfr. B. Lvrnos. Niviio. i'.i'ivc'iii. hit'- Corkh-. B. Neto. W. ifiinpins. Thi rd row: ii. Van Dyiu-. ii. Chisnni. B. Bocha. K. Miies. X, Kardon. B. Hawkins. T. Faiics. L. Hugh:-s. first row1 C.. Dick. N. Lank- iord. X. iit-ttn-nconrt. B. Barn- cat. il. Stewart. G. Wright. V. Hvard. B. Nunn. U. Warne-r. Fvcond row: H. Hespvr. B. Howard. 1. Shi-nht-rd. L. Ten- nison. A. Medt-iras. C.. Niichavi. ii. Cohwn. M. Cro- wvii. U. Dahislroni. Third row: D. ifaik. W. Yau--5, B. Vandvriord. P. Coast-iin. C. Nvison. M. Santos. C.. Harnhy. B. Brickell. U. Oison. X. sf- AN .,. u First row: L. Svudder. B. Pritchard. V. Mohr. 5. U0- niath. T. Born-th. D. Graves. B. Huitnian. S. Oison. B, Hampton. Second rowg D. Borha, 1. Harrison. L. Men- donua. O. Yochani. A, Tait, First row: V. Critchiieid. M. Padiiia. L. Eyre. B. Butie-r. 9. Bursiey. M. johnson. A. Banioe. L. Bivardo. B. Trving. St-:fond row: K. Young. B. lohns, I. Dunie. B. Mattice, S. Carkret. A. Beii. I. Baione. O. Gee. G. Brittain. Third row: T. Wing. Y. Carrington. C. Loho. B, lisChwandPn. W. Dove. T. Baba. B. McCnrniirk. T. Neison. B. Ostrmn, B. Midhoe, D. Bieirns. D. Murray. L. Hanson. Third YOWZ Caiiiiy Navaryg, B. Bniantino. T. Duncan. j. Weise, C. Sheiton. O. Mid- daugh. K. Truett. B. Barnes. Fir-I row: ll. Imwis. .Ull- rhr-ll T' Yvltrnzm " . .. . If. Har- Ilrrnald. J. Jwrdan. S. Wash- lnirn. .l. Num-s. 9. nhlunxs. I.. Pool, NI. Coggin, Sr-rwnrl row: N. Gorman. F. We-avvr. ff. Runga-. ff. plrlam-, S. Nurtun T. Nyqliist, li. K1-ith, Youn,uv1uisl. .l. Zimnu-rman. Third row: F. .'1ndf-rsun. R. Fawn-. lf. l'nr'ln-rn, K. Tusup, 4. ffrain, M. Harlan. H. Ag- 're-sli. I.. fkilzirzizr. .l. Olif-vira. .l. Surtin. First row: R. Cuinn, Il Rapp. C. Nelda, N. lfuvlc, R. I.f-v- :-ri-H, S. I.arsnn. M. Iiahh. J. Parlcf-r. T. Brannon. Svvnncl row: C. Jnrrilsrna, I.. Smith R. Duke-, S. Ericlcsf-n. I.. John- srn, J. Ellis. Third row: A. We-lch, C. KHUISf'H, F. Vin- cffnt, D. Vic-rra, li. Simpson. L. Durec, D. Lindhf-vk, C. Lamb D. McNab. Z nmnd, D. Bailey, A. Smiley lon, C. Andf-rson, B. Norhury row: C. Whitr-, I.. Dffmis. F Reed, T. I.wlln-ttf-r, R. Fnwry, If. Williams. C. Cn-vn, E. Finky, A. Wayman, R. Em:-ry. First row: ll, Cnrlu-t, H. Cha ve-2, D. Fagundf-s, N. Lavrly, B. Simnwns, S. Rivh- .QFPOHII row: R. Hudson, S.. Mitch:-ll, C. Waldrip, ,l. Var- Ii. Je-nkins, S. Ve-nahrr-. Third r ' '25 ,JJ -v NJ 'l 'vw 2 G x 1 0 First row: S. Broun, N. Silvvira, N. Dirlcs, A, Karen, M. Frago, S. Ne-lsnn, D. Dvan, II- Anrlvrson, ll. Willlzitf-, Svcond row: C. Hvldt, J. Kills. 5. Johnson, l', Ilutra, R. Folly, F. Jonffs, R. Logan, A. Griffin. J. Turk:-r. Third POW: IJ. Barbour, C, For. Ff'flr'. If. lUvFarlai1, ll. Crow, B. EIIWHNIS, Van Hfyijk F walk.-r. 0. rs.-11, n. lziow.-,Q ' H 1 T. Hanks, Ys M Hku-, f., TUX- . Yem- S. Amie-g, YHA row XB. Maddonee. Woodward, S. fha ww: L. L a Xvsun. S. f.arXXu-rg, U. Kuhn- ssm. L. 9hc-paid. C. Mmaud, Px, LKUYQM. f., Rqspc, L, Rapp. Second ww: U. Dune, L. Vmarkhmxsen. R. Luca-ru, R, Gwvc, V. Carhlon. H. Lowah, S. Yuan-Y. Cy. Wong. 'Yhkrd ww: B. Needy, U. Ydmxhavd. Hanxmund, U. Shks. U. T. Ga-vreda Yr. Casshf. T. E.X'LKnga, D 9kXva. dos. D. Ehtdich. D. Cormpassk. 1. Uankd. T. Hub- '4 ond to-N1 Y. Cadson 5. Pwkh bard. -ec L Lynne. NL OHVPT, ' H. Yohaxmon, M Gam ucae, Candy. R. d S. L ndcrson, D. w- G. Awloo Ps gets. 'Ykixrd ro . 3. cum. 5. sxmmway. R COOK. K- UOW. H. Morse, Y. ' W.BaXswKck S Dom- Wrxgkt. x pdkng. B. Ymtishauser. 'U f U9 l L York. . Suk G Yxodtiguez, . N Raid, Lemos, T. gm, Cdark. Ykrst row: NX. Kronberg, K. Smkxkx. G. Wxkght, . an, S. Knee. X. Omzco. Second row: S. Kkjnstta, S. ' S. Badow. Y. Gcddsmixh, T. Reeves. Third row: R. L. VJaXXs. G. Sohnson. Yr. Vkncem, K. Duhm. S. Ymxxy K. Yeiiers. S. Pwxs, ' ' L. Banca. D. Mayberq, 74 Y. Gniim. 3 ' .1 .4 v . Y,., "1,,f' 4" I '- 1. :., 5 , vx. 15-' I A - a , W . -n .A I I U. v,, A 4-L 15"- f.: . fggm: , ,v., V 1 .H 4. ' '. .4-,L - 4,-1 ,144 , ,. 4- L .nw 1, ' --I . ,V .- fa., x '.-QL. ' 'J4 ..J'g': v..:f L Q59 29: , ij., , ' -5l"'22.."2 1 . -1- ' .:, V ,'-A ' W.-N ' . -"QE,-.5 'A ' -' 'MLS v. k , 1 -. - H-digg: , 5 x ., V 'ig .-: '- '- Q -,X,. l W., 1" 'A ' ' rr' 1.g,f2fsw-' gqimil' .- .J--4, Ag ,,.g,,, V. . C' nf 5 - .frszi J - .1 " -.Q . 1 !.,,,,':':, 1-51vf.f-P- vi' ,...- M. ,-1.- '35 'A '- '1G'9f': ' ,, ' fl- ' f ,- - 1-ff.. .-: ,V-.. --n f- 4, z-an-r-1' .14 ' fi-1 1 . 1 A, rf. ,N . . ,-"' -4.1 -71- ,, n ,:, ,. 5' " 1 l 5, .1 P x 1 if-,. 11 x X -x -ps. ,, ,HW ' ,. x 'f-sf. , . ,H- ,K x , iq u- 4 v Q f .fp I 1 Urganizations 77 FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS KEN GREGORY , , , , President The California Scholarship Federation MAXINE KANE is one of the most well known and re- T . . reasum spected organizations of our school. Its DI ' . . . . Seil3E,yD ORAZI members are required to maintain a high GORDON scholastic standard in their school sub- LINDBILRG jects. The club is active in many school Vice President ' . I 1 b . I ' activities and in district meetings with .mf-v""' A. other schools. This year they enjoyed an -f3.g""'Q':'s educational trip to Monterey. ll lin t First row: Miss Manha, Gordon Lindberg, Bob Vaughn, Stanley Gregory, Marilyn Beatty, J an De Angeles, Marilyn Mower, Carol Carter, Susie Fernandes, Linda Hardin, Charlotte Peterson, Lynda Julien, Bonnie Young, Lois Barth, Carol Anderson, Betty Norseen, Mr. Wellan- der. Second row: Bruce McMillen, Esther Bergman, Barbara Benjamin, Marge Austin, Janet Rosewall, Suzette Bartgis, J anyce Freitas, Ann Warden, Charlene Kephart, Raelyn Nascimento, Karen Genseal, Doris Hanson, Diane D'0razi, Veronica Bettencourt, Kristie Carlson, Connie Cummings, Bette Peterson. Third row: Dave Fliflet, Bob Daniels, Richard Jerome, Marge Gill, Sharon Ziegenhagel, Sharon Patton, Nelda Hilligoss, Maxine Kane, Linda St. Louis. Geannine Johnsen, Barbara Turner, Clare Carlson, Lucille Cooper, Jo Ellen Bewley, Janet Kirby, Joanne Carlon. Fifth row: Louie Dutra, Bob Tillner, Ron Cooper, Gail Nystrom, Stanley Todd, Don Clanton, Richard Duree, Ben McFredrick, Dave Fox, Ken Gregory, Allan Boyd, Fred Drake, Jim Wilson, Glen Carey, Bruce Philpot, Quong Doo, Don Duncan, Stanley Gustafson, John Schaffer. 79 ccseholarshiflg Q J SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS for Services, J J Zo O f 1 -,'--' are ,Z , gl grit Ll NDA HARDIN Seerelary QUONG DOO V1'r'e I'rP.si1lent ALLAN BOYD IIFPSIIIPIH LINDA ST. LOUIS Trmszzrer First row: Stanley Carkeet, Bobby John, Berma Davenport, Cynthia Nunes, Kathy Markley, Barbara Johnson, Barbara Reed, Natalie Sil- veira, Carol Noda, Alice Ramos, Catherine Almancl, Dennis Flora, Gene Lobo, Leroy Catania, Jerry Wing. Second row: Guy Atwood, Karl Bomke, Judy Godat, Josie Cabral, Joanne Schuben, Judy Vickery, Vivian Critehfir-ld. Laura Richards, Diulinda Fagundes, Sharyl Johnson, Pat Trent, Betty Frcdrickson, Eunice Terrell, Barbara Keith, Louise Snediger, William McFarlane. Third row: Jack Verich, Jeff Hanne, Peter Anderson, Orvol Welch, Linda Swanson, Vivian Sweeten, Evelyn Lucas, Pamela Clayton, Penny Clayton, Jane Plctt. Joyee Van Norman, Eileen Edberg, Emilie Jones, Marlan Anderson, Pauline Carlson, Jacqueline Ellis, Bill Ostrom. 79 Af: X President GLEN CAREY "Forensics,, Vice President .JIM WILSON Secretary SHARON ZIEGENHAGEL Many of the speakers around T.H.S. T ' ffasllfef belong to this cluli, which was organized MARJORIE GILL in l949. Assemblies, rallies, and plays all present evidence of their improvement. lVlany members have placed in the num- Rep- to Club Council erous speech contests they have attended. FRED DRAKE First row: Mrs. Morell, Donie Dickinson, Elaine Larson, Beverly Hanson, Jan DeAngelcs, Doris Hanson, Rosemary Shabazian, Liane Husby,-"Anita Macedo, Marge Gill, Janice Larson, Janet Rosewall. Second row: Bob Vaughn, Lorin Weiss. Jim Crow, Diane D'0razi, Sharon Ziegenhagel, Jacque Peffers, Lucille Cooper, Linda Foote, Wanda Moon, Judith Godat, Bev Fiorini, Beth Ustick, Stephen Carkeet, Steve Birchall, James Little. Third row: Fred Droese, Glen Carey, Richard Larson, Fred Drake, Dave Fox, Kenneth Greg01'y, Jim Wilson, Wayne Reed, Gail Nystrom. 80 First row: Mr. Voorhees, Jean Lane, Jacque Peffers, Marlen Anderson. Marilyn Teekel, Sandy Pool, Carol Carter. Linda Covell. Carol Wallace, Beverly Fiorini, Ann Warden, Kristie Carlson, Kay Stover, Mr. Antroll. Second row: Rosalie Anderson, Doris Hanson, Marge Austin, Nancy Lindbeck, Nina Winans. Gayle Nyquist, Nelda Hilligoss. Monica Hughes, Judy Gustafson, Doris Fulenwider, Sharon Patton, Pat Rogas, Jo Ann Sehuhin, Fern Reed. Third row: Louie Dutra, Dave Fliflet, Lloyd Payne, Jim Wilson, Bob Sexton, Quong Doo, Herman Tamraz, Jim Crow, Richard Jerome, Bruce Mcllillen, Glendora Hunts, Lorraine Brooks. The 4'30" Clulr is an organization composed of memlmers of the Alert and Clarion Staffs. They have a meeting once ,S each month at which they discuss press problems and plan parties. There are also arguments over which is the most im- President portant staff at T.H.b. BOB SEXTON ag? Vice President MARILYN TEEKEL V 7 l Secretary SHARON PATTON gg, Treasurer -'fffl-., Ll NDA COVELL Rep. to Club Council DAVE FLIFLET 6230" Club Vife President President Secretary FRED DRAKE JIM WILSON DIANE D'ORAZI -1 Z1 J' First row: Mr. Keesey, Sharon Ziengenhagel, Ann Warden, Linda Covell, Janyce Freitas, Marge Gill, Maxine Kane, Marlene Conner, Jan DeAngeles, Diane D'Orazi, Doris Hanson, Judy Vickery, Linda Carr, Marjorie Brown, Mr. Aaland. Second row: Loren Weiss, Bill Mayhew, Jim Crow, Bob Vaughn, Ernie Vrenios, Glen Carey, Fred Drake, Pete Thompson, Richard Larson, Stephen Carkeet, Ken Gregory, Jim Wilson, Wayne Reed. Third row: John Viarengo, Stanley Todd, Fred Droese, Dave Maggard, Dave Fox. The main interests of the Junior States- men are government, politics, and civic leadership. They offered transportation to the polls for Turlock voters on election day and have attended many state and regional conventions. Tfeanswe, Rep. to Club Council GLEN CAREY JANYCE FREITAS Commercial Club Diane D'Orazi, rep. to club councilg Vivien Ubl, vice president, Jennine Johnsen, presidentg Charlotte Peter- son, secretaryg Yvonne Meyers, treasurer. ,JW ff ff Q, , A ' df' unfitfvf , ., , , to , nei, W, 5, First row: Louisa Martin, Linda Nunes, Yvonne Meyers, Charlotte Duree, Jaype Stone, Carol Carter, Susie Fernandes, Arlene Smith, Bonnie Young, Charlotte Peterson, Sherrill Knutsen, Carol Anderson, Lois Barth, Mr. Watson. Second row: Rosemary Sebasian, Mary Lewis, Janelle Young, Judy Gustafson, Linda Covell, Delores Largent, Charlene Kep- hart, Ann Warden, Norma Gee, Josephine Omblim. Third row: Sonya Ellefson, Janet Kirby, Peggy Huffman, Pat Vanatta, Becky Nissen, Mary Johnson, Doris Hanson, Veronic Bettencourt, Maxine Kane, Barbara Sylviera, Betsy Terrill, Bonnie Norton, Pat Mercer, Beth Ustick. Fourth row: Don Duncan, Quong Doo, Tom Bard, Jennine Johnsen, Marilyn Teekel, Lynn Crowell, Gayle Nyquist, Sally Ritchey, Carol Wallace, Diane D'0razi, Betty Bodin, Jo Ellen Bewley, Karen Genseal, Elaine Jacobs, Vivien Ubl, Grace Plotkin. The Commercial Club is a cooperative enterprise of the commercial students banded together for mutual helpfulness and gain. The club emphasizes profes- sional, educational, inspirational, and social aims. Quong Doo, treasurerg Josephine Omblim, secretary, Carol Wallace, president, Sherrill Knutsen, vice presi- dentg Charlene Kephart, rep. to club council. 4 R1 43 5? LGASXJ of 90' Y 1 asm em EXP-YXXKJSY1 606999 V Rae, Yreskdetw SYSYYXYJS CPXQGQQQ T h 8SpianS Th Stud espia ' en Us . 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Photo Club members learn to develop, print, and enlarge pictures. They occupy themselves throughout the year working together and planning their several social activities. Quong Doo, Vice President, Ernie Vrenios, Rep. to Club Council, Clare Carlson, Secretary, Bob Daniels, Treasurer, and Richard Jerome, President. Watch the Birdie! 1 ' I L Veronica Bettencourt, Treasurer, Eileen Edberg, Vice President, Quong Doo, President, Vivian Ubl, Secretary, Lois Barth, Rep. to Club Council. 5. al Q I i I s Z if First row: Bonnie Young, Carol Anderson, Vivian Ubl, and Lois Hale. Second row: Lucille Cooper, Clare Carlson, Lynda Julien, Veronica Bettencourt, Lois Barth, Richard Jerome, Ernie Vrenois, Sandra Larson, Nancy Buck, Linda Carr, Linda St. Louis, and Jams Johnson. Third row: Mr. Warn, Quong Doo, Philip Plotkin, Joyce Van Norman, Eileen Edberg, Allan Vanatta, Gary Chisum, Lloyd Hutz, Maxine Kane, Robert Daniel, and Mr. Ferrell. 86 "Scientists of Tomorrowv Trl? 1-0? 'un' PFCSIJSM Vice President BOB VAUGHN KEN GREGORY '73 Science Club The Science Club began in 1951. Its purpose is to gain a better knowledge of science and astronomy. The members of the Science Club engage i11 several ac- tivities throughout the year. Secretary-Treasurer Representative to Club Council BETH USTICK SHIRLEY GILL First row: Mr. Mezzapelle, Shirley Gill, Olivia Nimtz, Lauralee McGill, Marge Austin, Louise East, Jo Ann Shubin, Janyce Freitas, Marge Gill, Arlene Duncan, Vivian Sweeten, and Mr. Presto. Second row: Joe Baba, Tom Duncan, Grace Plotkins, Sharon Ziegenhagel, Maxine Kane, Beth Ustick, Kathy Santos, Wanda Moon, Lynda Julien, Laurie Johnson, Richard Jerome, and John Shaffer. Third row: Alan Van- atta, Billy Mayhew, Gail Nystrom, Emie Vrenios, Andy Delm, Don Chanton, Robert Daniel, John Soderstrom, Robert Tillner, and Dick Gearhart. Fourth row: Kenneth Gregory, Fred Drake, Glen Carey, Bob Vaughn, Loren Andrus, Dick Granherg, Stan Todd, Stan Swanson, lerrv Hizhfilli and inf- Blanc. ' Have you noticed the clever posters in our Q Q halls? They are the work of the 'LSMOCK . and TAM CLUB" at Turlock High. K Q O Mrs. Bastien and Mr. Tyree have worked hard to help the memhers improve their ar- tistic almilities. lf you are interested in art, why not join? 66 99 mock and Tam First row: Shirley Gill, Agnes Eshoo, Linda St. Louis, Linda Foote Cobeen, Linda Carr. Second row: Bob Sexton, Charlene Kephart, Jill Beatty, Delores Largent, Lynn Crowell, Doug Jensen. Third row: Mrs. Bastien, Linda Sanders, Ann Hillis, Beryl Salstrom, Judie Blair, Marie Daven- port, Sharon Niemeyer, Margaret Buck, Evelyn Harrberg, Marilyn Mower, Mr. Tyree. LINDA CARR LINDA ST. LOUIS MARILYN MOWRER Vice President President Secretary-Treasurer dl Q i i it 3 ' f Latin L y llub The goal of the Latin tlluli is to promote interest , in the Latin lilIlQLllil"'l'. At Z' 1 their meetings. they have spell clowns antl play ganna to test their knowledge on It o ni a n mythology. All nu-miners must memorize the Latinests Creed. so theyive get to he on their toes. Chess Club---llavkz Larry Hl1g!hf'S. 1f"i1Sllff'T3 Pg-re Thonipson. president. Front: Lucille Cooper, vice presidentg Maxine Kane, seen-taryg Penny Clayton, rep. to eluh Council. Front: David Stitt, Lucille Cooper, Maxine Kane, Dewight Reed. Second row: Loren Anderson, Penny Clayton. Pamela Clayton. Paul McNutt. Third row: ,lim DeSalles, Don Clanton, Ronnie Hawkins, Pete Thompson, Larry Hughes. y l 4 Front: Nlr. Withrow, Lynda Julien, Joan Floyd, lic-rma Davenport, Lone-Ile Finch. Second row: Nina Winans, Linda Carr, Linda St. Louis. Evelyn Lucas. Janet Rose-wall. Third row: llanny llarri-. ,lim Crow. llruee NIt'lVlillen. Jane Pletl. ,loyee Van Norman, Lois Halt-, lloh Daniele. llaekz llan Swanson, Joe Blane. Waynt- Rf-ed, l.uc'ille Cooper. Esther llI'I'glIlZ1l'l, Dim-k Cearharl. john Seliaffer. Boll 'llillne-r. - A Latin Club: Lynda Julien, seen-taryg John Schaffer, treasurer, Janet Rose-wallg president, llruce Me- Ylilleng rep. to elul: eouneil. Lueille Cooper, vice president. Chess Club Chess is a game of pure skill with advantages of luck or chance reduced to an ah- solute minimum. The mem- bers of this new eluh spend M their time developing their skill. They surely have a lot of fun, trying to heat lVlr. Faugsted, their advisor. V Tri Y First semester officers: Agnes Eshoo, Rep. to Club Councilg Janet Kirby, Secretary-Treasurerg Peggy Huffman, Vice President, and Rosemary Shahbazian, President. First row: Grace David, JoAnn B W llin. Second row: and Carolyn a Lo' Johnson, Be p',1',i. J r A nes Eshoo Rosalie Anderson, Lonell Finch, Ann Teves, l e Abraham Jane Hoobyar, ackus, g , V atta, Maxine Kane, Ar en , ' d Evelyn Marshall. Third Patsy an l Sahlstrom, Rosemary Sabastian, an A derson Rasma Rekshans, Janet Kirby, Nelda Betsy Terrell, is ry row: Jo Ellen Bewley, Peggy Huffman, Marlene n , ' ' ' Ubl, Beth Ustick, and Grace Plotkin. Wyatt, J ohnnle Lemons, Vivian ,Se Second semester officers: Patsy Vanatta Plotkin, Presidentg Jo Ellen Bewley, Rep. to Johnson, Vice President. 90 This year the Tri-Hi-Y Club split up into two separate clubs, the Tri Angle Y and the Tri Circle Y. These two clubs pay a big service ' b aiding the to our school and community y welfare of needy people, and cheering up the ill and handicapped. cretary-Treasurerg Grace Club Councilg and Lois Tri Circle Y 1-A First semester officers: Bonnie Young Rep to Club Council' So ' , . , ma Lackner, Secretary-Treasurer, Sandra Dill, Presidentg and Florence Collett, Vice President. l 2 A i L rl First row: Lucile Gustafson, Jan De Angeles, Sandra Dill, Janice Autrey, Susan Femandes, Linda Hardin, and Bonnie Young. Second row: Glendora Hunts, Elaine Hayes, Lois Barth, Carol Ander- son, Anita Neeley, Carol Yettman, and Dorothy Ulrick. Third row: Margaret Perry, Marilyn Lack- ner Sonia Lackner Carlene Whipke Floren C ll C , , y, ce 0 ett, lare Carlson, Jane Plett, and Joyce Van Norman. The two clubs this year planned many activities, :hey arranged a Christmas and Easter party for :he State Hospitalg they collected clothes for the needy, and they presented a poor family with a meal at Christmas. The Club also held a cake sale, sponsored a school dance, and sold at football and Jasketball concessions to raise money to support :heir services. Second semester officers: Susan Femandes Rep to Club Council Sandra Dill, Secretary-Treasurerg Florence,Collett, Presidentg and Carlene Whipkey, Vice President. 9I Front row: Don Borba, Terry Knight, Harold Loveall, Jim Mello, John Lemos, Mike Crowell, Don Duree, Phillip Carlson, James Avis, Harvey Crivelli, Arthur Medeiros, Ken Duhm, Mr. Lewis Parker. Second row: William Dove, Richard Aschwanden, Howard Bell, Jerold Brittain, Dennis Brovhard, Orin Gee, Thomas Smith, George Pacheco, John Lemos, Ronald Emery, Orville Yocham, Bill Simpson. Third row: Dennis Silva, Thomas Garrida,Jerry Sartin, Calvin Lamb, Jerry Foster, Melvin Santos, Claude White, Bill Zigenis, Willie Yates, Jerry Davis. Future Farmers of America The Turlock Chapter, Future Farmers, was " organized in 1928. The members are kept busy learning improved farming methods and raising ,--f livestock, which they enter in livestock shows and Y 3 fairs throughout the valley. X. U GLORIA FLIFLET F. F. A. Sweetheart F' in Front row: Bill Simpson, Don Schiffman, Don Christopher, Alfred Enos, Lawrence Rocha, Bob Enfantino, Tony Macedo, Grant Nicholson. James Bashor, Albert Allen, Mr. Don Hall. Second row: Leonard Barbour, Calvin Watson, Eddy Entantino, Emest Castino, Don Redding, Henry Castino, Albert DeBroeck, Jack Bowser, Leon Dickey, Bob Storment, Bill McFarlane. Third row: Larry Tolleson, Denni-s McNab, Robert Maines, Jim Foster, Robert Pulliam, Homer Gayler, Sherwood Jorritsma, Arnold Freitas, Jim Shumway, Jim Davison. Ben McFredrick, president, Charles Crivelle, rep. to Club council, Thomas McNab, vice presidentg James Little, secretary. Front row: James Thormodsgard, Ronald Smith, Frank Martin, Alvin Johnson, David Myers, Lawrence Vieira, Charles Crivell Tom McNab, Kenneth Vieira, George Stammerjohn, Mr. L. M. Clausen. Second row: James Little, John Sisk, Norman Borges fklhert Kopesk, Hank Walker, Leroy Bettincourt, Stanley Sparks, Don Smith, John Smalley, Ben Mclfrederick, Harold Bell Third row: Ronald Brown, Rolph Forrette, John Welsh, Jack Wilkey, Harold Vinson, James Howard, Ralph Serpa, Robert Little Gilbert Sartin. it Al- Ceorge Stammerjohn, sentinelg Sherwood Jorritsma, treasurerg James Howard. reporter. HOT PEPPERS I HOT SHOTS First row: Janyce Freitas, Toni Hatch, Myrna Johnson, Easter Mireles, Carol Anderson, Mar- garet Ritchey, Yvonne Meyers. Sherrill Knutsen, Margie Beatty. and chairman Judy Gustafson. Second row: Janet Johnson, Nancy Gorman, Louise East, Sharon Middleton, Laurelli John- son, Judy Vickery, Arlene Abra- ham, Joyce Van Norman, and Grace Plotkin. POLLY PEPS First row: Loralee McGill, Betty Komo, Judy Rebik, Louise Herr- ing, Agnes Eshoo, Sue Washburn, Linda Hardin, Susan Fernandes, Elaine Nelson, and chairman Ronnie Young. Second row: Steve Carkeet, Norma Hail, Sue Davis, ud Foll Jud Zimmerman J y y. Y 1 , Clare Carlson, Mary Strom, Lin- da Carr, and Carol Adams. 94 PEPPY PUPS First row: Dwight Reed, Verla Smith, Beryl Salstrom, Lois Barth,'Loretta Carlson. Shirley Gill, Nancy Buck, Sandra Pool, and chairman Elaine Vierra. Sec- ond row: Vivian Sweeten, Beth Ustick, Kathy Santos, Beverly Fiorini, Wanda Moon, Janelle Young, Elaine Jacobs, Linda St. Louis, and Judy Johnson. PEP PILLS First row: Barbara Keith, Beverly Anderson, Barbara Hampton, Jo Ann Shubin, Terry Thompson, Joan Floyd, and chairman Gail Nyquist. Second row: Peter Thompson, Linda Collins, Maxine Kane, Florence Collett, Nelda Hilligoss, and Carolyn Hansen. First row: Mary Ellen Ferbrache, Berry Ann Norton, Jane Nunes, Lois Johnson, Wanda Dill, Judy Blair, and chairman Linda Nunes. Second row: Arlene Dun- can, Janet Ellifson, Terri Ny- quist, Louise Snedigar, Margie Brown, Elaine Baker, and Janice Alberg. tp , I 1 Sm' J, , Secretary ,, ,--, , -" A MARLENE CONNER BARBER I e ee Z, .5 --l' Q 1+ ' ,Q President , ' JAN DE ANGELES A I I at ik.k i,,,. X i . - . 1' Attendance Secretari L, 3 LINDA HARDIN . , F-'S' f .,tV Vice President LINDA ST. Louis y 1 ' . Treasurer and Rep. to Club Council JIM WILSON Pep Club This is one of the most popular and largest clubs in our school. The club divided into groups to take care of the con- tests for football and basketball queens, to prepare the ralhes for football and basketbaH games, and to decorate the halls and rooting section. This year the Pep Club girls added em- blems to their outfits. There is no doubtaboutthe exUa qmrh they add by their appearance at our rallies and games. SNAPPY PEPPERS First row: Barbara Christensen, Sandra Domatti, Berma Daven- port, Gail Antifae, Lynda Julien, Marilyn Mowrer, Ann Teves, Grace David, Marlene Martin, and chairman Nina Winans. Sec- ond row: Phyllis Niebaum, Ellen Weaver. Nancy Lindbeck, Betsy Blaker, Jeannine Johnson, Arlene Smith, Margie Gill, and Pat Trent. COLOSSAL COLLEAGUES First row: Ann Hillis, Charlene Kephart, Hazel Williams, Linda Pool, Sandra Adams, Jo Ann Backus, and chairman Fred Drake. Second row: Bruce Mc- Millen, Jim Wilson, Carol Carl- son, Easter Bergman, Lavonne Gifford, Carlene Whipkey, and Lorraine Brooks. BLUE PEPPERS First row: Alice Jimenez, Joy Waltz, Kathaline Vierra, Kathy Markley, Marilyn Beatty, Juanita Runyan,.Beverly Hansen, Gloria Sarabia, and chairman Carolyn Johnson. Second row: Donald Blakely, Ruth Lindvall, Marilyn Teekell, Sally Ritchey, Karen Youngquist, Juanelle Reed, Eve- lyn Haarberg, and Lonnie Ellis. I PEPPETEERS First row: Phillip Plotkin, Lor- raine Bettencourt, Terry Hubard. Sandra Thomas, Veronica Betten- court, Caroline Wallin, Dolores Largent, Merrily Coggin, Irma Nunes, and chairman Monica Hughes.'Second row: Barbara Benjamin, Vivian llble, Sharon Ziegenhagel, Betty Rodin, Sharon Patton, Janet Rosewall, Linda Swanson, and Lynnette Johnson. PEPPER UPPERS First row: Bill Hightower, Rosa- lie George, Evelyn Bettencourt, Helen Abacherli, Arlene Watts, Sally Snider, Lorraine Garcia, Sonya Ellefson, Sandra Dill, and chairman Margie Richards. Sec- ond row: Karen Hoffman, Linda Foote, Marlen Anderson, Cynthia Nunes, Bonnie Norton, Janis Johnson, Rebecca Leverett, Bar- bara Yohan, Mary McCulla,. and Sandy Norton. 95 Activities 97 Q., ' eg' RA Senic Dance 45? an-5 f .1- gif -ali 'KEQSQ' . ff .qs- QUONG D00 Sitting: Linda Covell, Carol Carter, Richard Jerome. Stand- ing: Rita Woodward. ' Co-Editor MR. VOORHEES Advisor Sitting: Monica Hughes, Bruce McMillen, Louie Dutra. NANCY LINDBECK Co-Editor S The?ALERT Staff with the help of Mr. Voorhees, Nancy Lindbeck and Quong Doo has iworked very hard this year taking pic- tures, iwriting copy and meeting deadlines. But all df this work was worth it if we have aceomplished our purpose of making this the best ever. Standing: Jim Wilson. Sitting: Nelda Hilligoss, Ann Warden, Kristie Carlson Standing: Nina Winans. Sitting: Bev Fiorini, Carole Wallace, Bob Sexton. 3 3 E C I Left to right: Jacque Peffers, Sandra Pool, Gayle Ny- quisl, Marilyn Teekell, Doris Hanson. Left to right: Jean Lane, Lauraine Brooks, Richard Jerome, Quong Doo. Back row: Jim Crow, Glendora Hunts, Lloyd Payne, David Fliflet. Front row: Francis Easly, Herman Tam- rez, Barbara Yonan, Pat Regus. J ,air Front row: Rosalie Anderson, Judy Gustafson, Doris Fulenwider. Back row: JoAnn Shuhin, Sharon Patton, Fern Reed, Marlen Anderson. 1 1 1 at f la .1 -5 14. fem ti-5 Irie: 2252: .r wifi? 1435? ,S tigw .fr l-Q551, it "5 as 1 Q ti 'gitfls Qfedig a MARGIE AUSTIN Editor-in-Chief V . Q i O i Tl MR. ANTROLL Advisor V :., 3 K, i s R , 1 . f - 5 ' wt ..--e ' lf! In zttljifir if 3 ' j 'Q 1: A 1-." - A I, . ,mf '1 " A .- lf' fair , 'J .t, .55 , J ' . .. ' , ffl, I J z t, 9 Q "" ' . 2? . ' 1 x f if ' ' V' 2 S ' 7 V, I A F ,s w if t 1- f 3 1 'film . ' at ' ff sg as-bin f , WARREN FROST f News Editor ' . 1 P K V ' t The Clarion Class Worked hard tojget, thd sizhool paper out on schedule this year. paperwcarries news from around the campus and has fea- tures such as student of the week. Q pi t Margie Austin . .K Ecfitbr-in-Chief Warren Frost ..... ..... . ,.., N ews Editor Gayle Nyquist . Featarq Editor Herman Tamrez ,.... ,...... - .,.... . Sparta Eiditor Judy Gustafson ..,,.. .i,. . Bttsjntsa Manager Barbara Yonan ,.,,.. Edcchatigq Eldilor Quong Doo ......,,.. Hhqtogr pher Richard Jerome ..... I Hhdtogr gpher Lloyd Payne .......... . ,..... ......... ..... .......... Q , ...,.. , . tlrtgyout Reporters: Marlen Anderson, Rosalie Arrderignl Lhudaine Brooks, Jim Crow, Francis Easly, Ddvq Eliietg Doris Fulenwider, Doris Hanson, Glendora Hunts, Jean liane, Sharon Patton, Jacque Peffers, Sandia Paoli Bern Heed, Pat Regas, JoAnn Shubin, Kay Stover. . Q f S f I 1 A fs? u rwli"Y'm S J ..,...,r SH, , '1i F' 'wg' .n N s - 'wk f N. ,J fx - ,ff -.M 'rf- 4' ff 3 Q 1 ,. i 2.1 S 5-5' 5 1 bw, A X., , m , , . J M....v+ ,, A , W3 ' in f . my 1 Wg, 1- N' Q 'N , 4 ' I , . ,4 1,3 fi- Blonde bait 7 f' X!! ,Se X ,,, 1' 5 N ' iv in 5 I lfwi' 3 ,K I y . 1, 'L ,, -rw -1 .,,.. N: -me 4 I W , 4 S 4 , ml. X E -x Brain washing . ?? . 5 'L ' A 03 n!.s?ff fl - 1 Choir First row: P. Carlson, J. DeAngles, M. Beatty, S. Bartgis, L. McGill, L. Carlson, P. Anderson, M. Lewis, L. Husby, T. Martinez, W. Dill, J. Dornan, N. Dunham, C. Vaughn, A. Logsdon, B. Blevins. Second row: J. Foster, V. Sweeten, L. Boyd, M. Kane, A. Logskon, D. Duncan, L. Dutra, Mrs. Sateren, J. Garner, G. Rocha, W. Moon, G. Antifae, B. Nissen, M. Johnson, B. Merrill. Third row: P. Regan, W. Faddis, F. Collett, H. Williams, K. Hoffman, D. Coessman, L. Sanders, J. Porter, C. Halquist, L. Sweet, A. Harry, B. Mathews, Y. Carter, S. Rosen, M. Elston, C. Parker. Girls' Glee First row: G. Rodriguez, M. Mills, C. Tolleson, J. Autrey, D. Warner, J. Nunes, D. Graves, P. Wood, J. Bettencourt, R. Vargas, P. Irving Second row: Sansing, V. Heard, L. Wilhite, S. Brown, S. Wallin, J. Silva, J. Orozco, J. Box, L. York, M. Kronberg, J. Lucas. Third row J. King, E. Richert, M. Omlin, L. Eyebery, B. Butler, D. Hazelwood, Mrs. Sateren, M. Lewis, J. Zimmerman, K. Youngquist, S. Davis, C Wright, S. Lucas. ...ma ez, I04 Mixed Chorus ?"""""'?1...i2'!"""' ...ax "" :.:a' "ar, 1 . Y . .. 1- gn lu First row: J. Barlow, R. Duncan, D. Mederios, H. Smiley, M. Coggin, R. MacDonald, P. Elliot, M. Heeder, J. Cortopassi, A. Ramos, J Parker, M. Soares. Second row: F. Mettart, L. Pool, N. Lankford, R. Conyers, M. Burman, Mrs. Sateren, R. Hultman, D. Ruble, J. McNutt G. Sarabia, D. Ogilvie. Third row: B. Rutishauser, P. Clayton, M. Hart, S. Norton, J. Rebik, D. Woodward, E. Weaver, A. Freitas, J. John son. H. Yohannan, C. Runge, J. Ellis, J. Foster. Treble Clef First row: J. Waltz, S. Perkins, B. J. Anderson, F. Anderson, E. Mattice, L. Ricardo, C. Hansen. Second row: J. Hoobyar, C. Jorrimtse, L. Johnson, E. Vrk, G. Johnson, S. Adams, S. Washburn, D. Hightower. Third row: C. Broon, D. Erlick, J. Johnson, Y. Halquist, L. Snedi- gar, K. Billingsley. Fourth row: V. Smith, P. Niebaum, E. Hays, M. Perry, B. Plett, J. Tucker. ' Q7 K ' .4 4-I A ,X . 9' yin A E f J ci ' .vu 5 ' Ii 4 R nf lea . I05 2 5 Q fi 2 Q hm? rv N H Va X 5 'Q P 5 J Girls' Nonette 5 A :J 3 ' or P Left to rght: Marge Brown, Karen Huffman, Cloma Parker, Maxine Kane, Carol Anderson, Carlene Vaughn, Suzette Bartgis, Judy Vick rey Liane Hushy, Dorthea Goessman. GIRLS' NONETTE The Girls, Nonette is a group of ten girls who are interested in singing. They perform at various activities throughout the year, such as Far West Turkey Show, School Assemblies, Concerts, and P.T.A. programs. BOYS' OCTETT E The Boys, Octette is composed of the more talented boy singers in' Choir. During the year they performed at several talent assemblies and at the Northern California Music Festival at San Jose. They have really done a swell job this year. Boys' Octette l Left to right: Marvin Carlson, Peter Anderson, George Rocha, Don Duncan, Carl Halquist, Jim Garner, Louie Dutra, Allen Logsdon 5 g as is s 5 rw M Lssisszppi .Melocl Pianist ,,,,7,,7, Mammy ...A... Aunt Polly . 77,777. ,,,7 , Mrs. Harper A,,..,,,.. Widow Douglas Miss Watson .. Tom Sawyer .l oe Harper ,,7A. Sidney ,,,,,,7l,,,., Mary ..A.,.l...lw.....,........... Puzlcfnhead Wilson ,,,,.,,,, lim ,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,. Liane Husby Yvonne Carter Dorothea Goessman Maxine Kane Cloma Parker Margie Brown ..,,, Ernie Vrenios Carl Halquist Jim Garner Elaine Baker Allen Logsdon Jim Wilson Ben Rogers .,,,.,ii,,,, ,..,,v,,,. D on Duncan Becky Thatcher .........,,, ,,.ii..,, K aren Hoffman Huckleberry Finn ,,,r,., ...... P eter Thompson Susy i,,,e,,,...e.i,e,,,.,,,e,. ......,, Be cky Nissen Sam ,,....,,...............,.... ...,.,,e,,, W ayne Read Mrs. Sally Phelps ...... Ella Mae Phelps .... Eileen Edberg Vivian Sweeten cfharleyas Aunta' jack Chesney ,,,7 7 7. 77 7 77 ,,,,7,7, ,,,,7,7 7 Jim Crow Brasset 77 .,,77, ,,,,,,77,7 7 7 ,,7,,, ,,7, 7 7 Glen Carey Charley ,,.,,7,7,,7,,,,777 ,,,,,7,7 ,,,7 . Jim Garner Lord Fancourl Baberly ,7,7,7 ,,7, . Stephen Carkeet Kitly 7 7 ,,7,, Y,,7,7 7 ,,7,, 7 7,,,7 J acque Peffers Amy 7 77 77777 7 Jan DeAngeles 3 w x I 4 Ela Delahay 7 77777 7777777777777 7 777777777 77777 J a nyce Freitas Donna Lucia Defllveclores 77777777,777777777 Judy Vickrey Spettigue 7777777777777777777777777777777777777777 Dean Kohrummel Sir Francis Chesney 77777777 777777777777 F red Drake I08 Left to right: F. Drake, J. Vickrey, J. Freitas, S. Carkeet, D. Kohrummel, G. Carey, J. Peffers, J. Crow, J. DeAngeles, J. Garner. K 'Em 5 ' .1 f .KL -' V. , 1- "aw E Olaf!" , ,v uf? 1 'Z 'K N 'N X Hia 5 -M A , - 'Q 1 v Q 'f JK .A-sa ifivixq , xr Y Ui N if W., . V ,lui "Q ' ww an 2. T? Q-112 4-iv S, UI The Story of Christmas The Christmas Pageant was entitled "The Story of Christmas." It was a cantata given by the music department with parts pan- tomimed by the Drama classes. The play was centered around the true Christmas and was very well presented to large crowds of students and adults of our community. Ernie Vrenios Janelle Young Dave Maggard Lansill Kent W Larry Barnes , Loren Andrus Tom McCauley Barbara ..,.,,,,.o CAST Priests and Scribes ,,,ott,,..ooo, .,,oo,.. P rophet , ,,oo .,,o,o, .o.r,,,... , . ,,,, A ngel King Herod Chief Priest , ,,,,.,.....o, Caspar Melchior Baltasar Angel Chorus Mary Barbara Christensen Barbara Fredrickson Carolyn Hansen Dorothy Hightower Judy Marshall Linda Price Shirle Robbins Larry Bennett Douglas Brown Mike McCorkle Albert Crain Shepherds David Blower Melvin Burrow Tim Garrida Willard Lacey Children Agnes Eshoo Anita Macedo Esther Mireles Yvonne Myers Dwight Reed Mary Santos Marriage Proposal Left to right: Jim Wilson, D. Coessman. D. Reed. The Wedding First row, lc-ft to right: D. Reed, C. Buzzini. D. Pe-ra. Seconrl row: D. Kohrunnnvl, B. Benjamin, S. Robbins, W. Lacy. rw. - ."n.. lv 2? 85.31 i The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife First row, left to right: L. Kent, T. McCauley. D. Harris. P. Schrvck, H. Willianw. D. Nlaggzarml. M. Teekel, C. Vaughn, J. Marshall. Sf-cond row: L. Gifford. L. Barns. L. Cooper. . if... E . all , . UPA sa 81- lb.-4 Majorettes: J. Backus, G. Antifae, A. Francis, S. Knutsen, S. Fernandes. First row: J. DeAngeles, V. Bettencourt, J. Johnson, V. Critchfield, C. Noda, P. Sevedge, S. Mowrer, F.. Betlencourt, B. John- son, J. Johnson, B. Blaker. Second row: J. Johnson, S. Johnson, J. Dornan, E. Wymar, B. Cable, S. Thomas, M. L. Nelson, B. Thomas, E. Edberg, B. Young, L. Campos, 0. Middaugh, R. Grove, D. Ulson, L. Hale, K. Young, B. Johns, B. Balswick, G. Peterson, A. Santos, J. Wing, S. Gregory. Third row: Providing music for the football games, rallies, and a Pep Band to play at the basketball games was just a - part of the busy schedule of the band under the direc- X,-. tion of lVlr. John Wing. They worked hard planning and practicing for their Spring Concert and all of their labor proved profitable as the concert was a President, ERNIE VRENIOS Secreta Drum Major: B. McM1llen. Head Majorette: A. Francis VWJY I land J. llc-rgsdrom, F. Vincent, S. Hardwick, B. Terrell, B. Ustick, D. Reed, B. Harris, E. Lucas, J. icutlder, L. Barth, M. F. Strom, C. Anderson. R. Drake, F. Carrington, L. Catania, J. Nelson, M. itammerjohn, L. Hardin, P. Young. Third row. standing: B. McMillian, C. Adams, M. Fox, S. ilynstra, K Peffers E. Rcnner Jr. H Morse D Blower D. Blakel A As'-ali .Warreri, F. . . ., ' , . s , . , y, . : , .l Kssali, C. MqNutt, H. Lang, .l. Jordan, Director Mr. John Wing. great success. During the remainder of the year they attended the State Festival, All County Band and they were the Soloists for the local meetings. In all their performances the band has shown fine enthusiasium E and playing ability and all the students at T. H. S. are very proud of the work they have done this year. Vice President, PAUL YOUNG 'i'i'. A , asu fer f 4 f . , f x. f.. i l - S K xi is L I 4 .,,L s, , . K K X L , ' "1 - - t 1 1 .f . V f .-. . ., . ,M I I , fi 5 X F f Q in I L V v X jg A xl, se its ,U ,ju - tt", H . , ,i , t t . x . 1 . 1' ilVlaj0rettes: ,l. Backus, S. Fernandes, S. Knutsun. C. Antifae ' The Senior Orchestra gave many fine performances this year. These included the school plays, All County Orchestra, State Solo Festival, and the Spring Con- cert. Selected soloists also played for P.T.A. Pro- grams. The Senior Orchestra is under the direction of Just gossip! .l0l1fl Wing- Striking combination enior Orchestra Front row: Janyce Freites, Delores Mello, Pat Sevedge, Barbara Johnson, Loretta Rapp, Catherine Bixler, Karol Smith, Orpha Cardon. Middle row: Penny Clayton, Jane Plett, Karen Hoffman, Lois Barth, Barbara Duke, Charlie Shelton, Evelyn Haarberg, Le Roy Catania. Back row: Denis Flora, Bill Ostrom, Robert Isaac, Lewis Green, Jimmy Robinson, Paul Green, Loma Johns, Jimmy Vincent, Mr. Wing, Barry Vincent, Linda Hardin, Eileen Edberg, Bonnie Young. Working hard! I I6 Hardly working! '17 v - Song and Yell Leaders Ronnie Vasconcellos, Ernie Vrenios, Ronnie Fernandes. The song and yell leaders showed the true blue and gold spirit this year at all the rallies, football games, and basketball games. They were full of pep and always trying to keep the spirit up even though our team was behind. They have done a great job and all the students at T.H.S. are very proud of them. ,lan Dc-angeles, Arlene Smith, Sally Ritchey, Lynne Crowell, Cynthia Nunes, Berma Davenport. II7 Football ueen Having a Football Queen is a tradition at Turlock High. The Queen and her attendants are chosen by the football teams to reign over the Thanksgiving game. Queen ll8 DORIS HANSON ,germ SWF QV' EY sir ww Queen ARLENE SMITH Basketball ueen, Something new was added at Turlock High this year. For the first time the Basketball play- ers were able to elect a Queen and Attendants. They were presented at our game with Downey and reigned over the dance following the game. 1232506 Lffv gif DA ,V govt UJVES II9 ,A . ,.. L , A- s. 5 CQ' O 6191. . Q ND: A ata Q Y P54 Agf- O ,..: 4 l ' U Ya S 5 V ff ii' K Ewing 4 -E S1 'f 'Nunn' A I u 5.x4 'lyk ,n Q II W fi? A. Q I ' .1 ' ,- Q ' r 'XR . 0, 1 A' X 'YV 594 ax 5 'wxfy fymv L 5 f '57 ez! .5 rw I ll ,fv- '1 5 Q 7 El Sm I 1 ' x P- X Q Sports I23 -if cs, I Back row' L Sanders D Goessman B. Green, L. Waltman, K. Carlson, C. Cummings, B. Peterson, N. Lindbeck, J. Johnson, C. Carlson, L. St Louis 'VV' Moon B Piorini G. Hunts D. Fulenwider, K. Santos, F. Mello, G. Plotkins. Third row: D. DeKalaita, B. Yonan, E. Bergman ifaosetihii L. Johilsofi E. Baller s. Ralip, M. Lee, L. cm, J. Peffers, K. Genseal, A. Hillis, L. Husby, L. Macau, v. Ubi, B. Usiick, Mf Austin. Second row: B. ,Benjamin: G. Avila, S. Gill, D. Pera, J. Freitas, N. Gee, C. Kephart, A. Warden, D. Hanson, L. Nunes, D. Souza, M Lewis, L. Martin, Y. Myers, C. Duree, J. Young, S. Ritchey, L. Covell. First row: K. Hoffman, E. Haarberg, L. Bettencourt, S. Bartgis, P Damas, M. Gill, P. Furtado, J. Omlin, J. DeAngeles, A. Smith, L. Hardin, B. Young, L. Barth. Tau, Sigma Block 'ETH is a society for girls who are members of G.A.A. and have earned fifteen hundred points in different activities. The clulfs program this year has consisted of caroling at Christmas, a banquet at lVIinnie's in Modesto, and changing their name from Block "T" to Tau Sigma. This club is a lot of fun for the girl athletes at Turlock High School. AT LEFT Left to right: D. Goessman V Treasurer N ' Rm Q.. ,J K. Carlson f Vice President J. Johnson Secretary F. Mello President AT RIGHT Back row: B. Green Secretary C. Carlson Vice President Sitting: 9 D. Goessman President C. Cummings Treasurer -ov" 'Safe 5 5' 4 " V . H 1 f' ni 1- ., . Y 5 Q A Q cg f .4 . 5 I t ' 2 V KAV ,, r X ,1- BARBARA BEV YVONNE ANN SUZETTE JOSEPHINE BENJAMIN FIORINI MYERS HILLIS BARTGIS OMLIN President Vice President Secretary Recording Secretary Yell Leader Yell Leader M. CORVELLO 1? vw as I K Q? X . -4 X ,- M. cAssTEvENs . 14. .Z 4. A- BRUNUNI The G.A.A. is an active club for girls who are interested in athletics. The girls take part in playdays, leadership days, and Extra-Mural League meet- ings. This year they also had a G.A.A. Dance which was something new for the club. G.A.A. is a lot of fun and it helps to improve leadership and good sportsmanship for the girls that belong to it. ophomores Back row: S. Snider, M. Brown, M. Richards, N. Winans, B. Blake-r, C. Nunes, G. Antifae, B. Davenport, M. Martin, L. Hale, J. Alberg J. Reed, C. Wallen, J. Van Norman, J. Plett, P. Clayton, J. Davis, J. Elzenga, J. Folly, S. Lackner, L. Price. First row: J. Vickerey, L . . . . T Tl Marques, L. Watson, S. Femandes, J. Klynstra, M. Ritchey, E. Vlerra, D. Ingram, K. Markley, T. Hatch, A. Jimenez, L. Garcia, . lomp son, M. Ferbrache, V. Gomez, S. Pool, J. Floyd, M. Beatty, E. Mireles, L. Pacheco. Back row: K. Stover, F. Reed, J. Foster, C. Hills, B. Fiorini, W. Moon, L. St. Louis, L. Sanders, L. Crowell, M. Strom, C. Carlson, J. Bewley, M. Mathews, P. Niehaum, L. Foote, P. Ellis. Third row: M. Lackner, J. Box, L. East, K. Shackleford, S. Gill, E. Jacobs, L. Husby, P. Mercer, S. Middleton, M. Anderson, C. Kephart, A. Warden, L. Barth. Second row: K. Hoffman, S. Hardwick, G. Ritter, A. Hillis, D Brown, M. Lewis, B. Salstrom, D. Largent, L. Johnson, K. Genseal, M. John, L. Carr, J. Peffers, V. Bettencourt. First row: E. Haarberg B. Silveira, L. Bettencourt, M. Santos, J. Omlin, D. Souza, C. Peterson, S. Knutson, A. Francis, N. Gee, L. Martin, J. Dornan, S. Dill, L, Hardin, C. Anderson, B. Young. Juniors 2 f. J G Q' wh 'x eniors Back row: G. Hunts, A. Dunnigan, M. Galvan, E. Bergman, D. Goessman, L. Waltman, B. Benjamin, K. Santos, J. Johnson, B. Peterson, N. Lindheck, G. Plotkins, M. Taylor. Third row: L. Johnson, J. McDonnal, K. Carlson, C. Cummings, F. Mello, M. Lee, J. King, V. Ubl, B. Green, B. Ustick, E. Baker. Second row: J. Rosewall, D. DeKelaita, B. Yonan, L. McGill, M. Johnson, S. Ritchey, L. Covell, D. Fulen- wider, M. Austin, S. Rapp, 0. Cardon. First row: P. Furtado, P. Damas, S. Bartgis, Y. Myers, D. Hanson, L. Nunes, D. Pera, C. Duree, J. Young, J. DeAngeles, M. Gill, J. Freitas, G. Avila. as rm. .s 1' --N. M W ., , . .,,,..,g, H . "' ww 8, if S 5 YR U 2 .. Jlga ,F A 1k 'Pg Vw . J. . ,I ex. ... -as P . "Q , , c' H. A Q F rs Q I 1 .of 0' il ' A -3 H ev :- a -K 5, I . Q-1 X . . ' -' n.' ,t lp ,. I, sl. 'al 0' ITA!! gy 'Y'- , A ' 59? if fig J . ,A f Y 7 Km ' A - g ' ss L Y P Q 4 , v p v k 1 ' r M 1 an X ' ' , T- FETHERSTON M- PARKER J. HARDWICK D. -Fox D, VOLLRATH R, MCCOUN B. sr1LEs . T? t W, , i t . P. MYERS Q . Vi . ll . iqgfe. ' 1 go 1 - sa:.g,..,L mi ' jzg ff' . W H f rr "st -.Q,. li P. LARSON J. SANDERS y Q A D. MAGQABD o 9 R. YETTMAN L. GREEN R .DE T" Turlock f-wRAf ,.R--,,..R. 1 6 . lf EDDE - Mameca .. ....... 0 I N. X:. .Q Turlock ........ ....... E , . . 1 l gi.. X"L If " T Oakdale .--.RR ........... if 'S . g.Qg n ii! f .. E . . .E ' . Turlock ........ ........... 1 2 ' ' g Downey ........ .. ...... A ,A,A i -- 7711 . .R,, ' Am R.' - l Turlgck -w-,.A----- --V-w--7V7V .m.'. 3 r . - ""':' bl , 1' or ' J . HIGHFILL J. WILKEY Turlock ............ ,,.,,..,,,, Lodi .....,.... .,,.,,.,,,, g M 4' . . 7 18 12 32 13 Woodland ,...... .......... 2 6 0 19 13 20 0 19 . T S 5 W 1 I Turlock ............ ........... . -' W Stockton ..l... Q R 1 Turlock ............... .....l..l.. 5 1. of 1 X McClatchy ...l.. Q l' D V V- .V il: Turlock ...... 26 ' ' lfz- f. t . NDR ........ ........ . ..12 " - " j ':" F Turlock -vYwAAY Y WW-Y 6 L 1 ' ..',, ...lf ' V':' Camino I A N L. YOUNGQUIST l28 Turlock ........ .....,..,.. 1 2 ' 1 25 B. MIRELES Modesto ,o,V,,oAo,,,--,---,--------- J . BLAYLOCK The varsity squad this year was very green, being mostly composed of sophomores and juniors. Their record for the 1956 season was two wins and eight defeats. The team played their best, but luck turned against them in many games. Paul Myers was chosen as the outstanding back of the year and Dave Fox was chosen as the outstanding lineman. ln the Thanksgiving Day game Turlock fought Modesto on even terms until the last two minutes of the game. Then the Panthers scored two quick touchdowns to win 25-12. This may have been a poor season, but the Bulldogs were building a team for next year. This was the last year for the Sac-Joaquin Conference. Next year the Bulldogs will play in the newly formed Central California Conference. The team should be contenders for the title as they have many returning veterans. -. .rf . . X y 3 A 5 A' Q1 1 . E s a . t c 1 f sso..o .rst - ..y ps . f L. RATZLAFF D. WEISE D. GOLDSTEIN R. MATHEWS F. DROESE . 'ms 4 r . , if S. SHUMMON G. LIN DBERC Manager f ' 9 ,',G,66v'A,' T. MARTIN EZ Manager First row: J. Blaylock, J. Hardwick, P. Myers, R. Yettman, R. McC0un, J. Wilkey, D. Fox, D. Maggard, F. Droese, T. Fetherston. Second row: L. Carlson, L. Kent, S. Shummon, J. Neto, B. Mireles, D. Vollrath, M. Parker, B. Stiles, R. Mathews, J. Sanders. Third row: W. Read, R. Brinderio, J. Parker, B. Holmes, D. Maddox, J. Highfill, L. Green, P. Larson, B. McFredrick. 1' . . " M ....... L. CARLSON B. McFREDRICK The first year that the Bulldogs were in the Sac-J oa- quin Confereliee they tied for the championship. That year, 1936, the Bulldogs established themselves as one of the most feared teams in the league. From 1936 until 1952, the Bulldogs never finished below third place. They won the championship in 1948 and 1949, under the leadership of head coach Joe Debely. First row: J. Blaylock, B. McFredrick, B. Mireles, R. Mathews, R. McCoun, S. Shummon. Back row: P. Larson, J. Sanders, L. Carlson, P. Myers, L. Green. G. PORTER Manager .37 H- . ' .Jir- vg. ' Tv. xii' H. CASTINO Manager iii li i IJ ' ' I l'1rt row 'VI Farnum B Alsup D Reich, J. Davidson, T, McCauley, D. Castle, l. Curtis. Back row E Rash ,l Mayberry J Hayes, N. Borges. Absent: Leroy Youngquist. Junior Varsity The Junior Varsity played very hard this year whether they were ahead or behind. The team was composed of inexperienced players who were gaining valuable experi- ence for future years. Quarterbacking the club this year was Leroy Youngquist, a Sophomore. Our Junior Varsity won their game with Modesto and lost to Downey. The team deserves a lot of credit for the way they upheld the Turlock tradition. First row N Borges J Davidson D Reich, Farnum, D. Clinkenbeard, R. Hiedt, I. Curtis, J Mayberry Second row E Rash R Paul, T. McCauley, B. Alsup, S. Hazelwood, B. Schmidt, B Cunningham J Hayes Back row G. Lindbeck, L. Weiss, D. Young, D. Castle, R. Gonsalves. .zen Qi' l M, ' , .45 1. '- J . HARLAN Turlock .............A.,,A ..,.,,,.. 26 Turlock ..... .....,,. 2 8 Turlock ...,. ......,. 1 9 Turlock ..... rrr,.,,. 3 3 Turlock ,..... ,v..,,,, 3 3 Turlock ...,,.,,. .,,,,,,, 2 0 Turlock ...... .c,,.... 3 9 Turlock ..... .v,...., 1 2 Turlock ...... ........ 2 7 Total ...... ,,r,,, 2 37 R. MARTINEZ M. MOTSINGER L. CHRISTOFFERSON k Cx . .I L. soUzA Qll, R.sARHAD A. MARES Manteca ..... Oakdale ...... Downey ......... Woodland ...,., Lodi ............... McClatchy ........,.,,, Norte Del Rio ....... El Camino ..,..,., Modesto ......... Total .. ..,...., - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 'ffffff 12 12 B. SPENGLER X I N l' B. SMITHCAMP om ammo 5 -, f!,, J. FORTE 9 Mliullpups Win Championships' t This year the "Bn team climaxed eleven great seasons in the Sac-Joaquin Conference by taking the championship. They were undefeated and untied in nine games this season. They were unscored on until the last game with Modesto. The pups won 27-12, but their unscored on record fell. Final totals gave Turlock 237 points to 12 for their opponents. The Bullpups entered the league in 1946, and placed second. The following year they won the Southern Division title, but lost the playoff game. The pups lost another playoff game in 194.8 for the championship. The Bullpups won their first title in 1950. That started the Bullpups off on a drive that again won them the championship in 1951. That year the pups were not scored on in any of their games. Failure to score an extra point against the McClatchy "B" team cost the pups their third straight championship in 1952. The Bullpups never stayed down for long as they bounced back to take the title again in 1953. The team continued their winning ways as they Won a co-championship in 1954. The team placed fin 1955J their lowest in the standings as they ended the season in third place. The final year of the Sac- ,loaquin Conference was ended on a happy note as the pups won their fourth championship since 1950. Since 194-9 the Bullpup teams have won 42 games, lost seven, and tied three. Coaches Paul F erdinandson and Ezio Pedretti should be congratulated for bringing the team through a rough season with a 9-0 record. . i . l i Coaches Paul Ferdinandson and Ezio Pedretti First row: L. Christoffersen, M. Motsinger, R. Martinez, R. Hernandez, B. Spengler, N. Lucero, R. Smithcamp, O. McVay, R. Sarhad, J. Harland. Second row: D. Moss, D. Cook, G. Atwood, R. Johnson, L. Souza, J. Smith, P. Mares, B. Rogers, D. Hines. Third row: S. Copeland, E. Noda, N. Cowles, B. Moore, A. DeBroeck, D. Stiles, J. Lyons, R. Balswick, G. Hill. Fourth row: R. Avalos, J. Knox, H. Caylor, C. Anderson, J. Gibb, W. Frost. Fifth row: P. Young, C. Kirkes, R. Hernandez, A. Mares, F. Martin, B. Stitt, S. Youngblood, F. Mettart. Sixth row: S. Nordell, B. Pulliam, J. Forte, G. Cobeen, C. Charles, B. Steward. ' 'C lift Q' Q1 x , 1. - 1 ' Q a. , " v I S L. SWEET T. FERRO R- WEIGLEIN First row: P. Young, O. McVay, F. Martin, B. Rogers, L. Souza. Back row: N.'Lucer0, J. Harlan, J. Smith, P. Mares, J. Forte, M. Motsinger. ll. .. A.. F z 5 f , ...H 0.11 11-....--W---1---'-"' P- -I sei '-sawn? First row: L. Dickey, B. Runyan, M. Carlson, M. Fox, A. Welch, F. Graves, M. Harlan, L. Hughes. Second row: D. Mayberry, A. Cameron G. Collard, R. Rocha, D. Dunningan, R. Cook, J. DeSalles. Third row: L. Blizzard, G. Smith, D. Sexton, A. Freitas, Green, J. Escobar, E. Hartvickson. Fourth row: M. Parkin, B. Hammond, J. Hawkins, C. Nelson, J. Schmidt, R. Vanderford, L. Keirn. Fifth row: P. Gosselin, D. Sexton, L. Gomes, D. Andrino, L. Palmer, D. Brown, N. Balswick. Sixth row: M. McCorkle, J. West, F. Andrews, J. Weise, D. Veirra, K. Ables, D. Stitt. MB9' Reserves The HB" Reserves broke even this year as they won four games, lost four, and tied one. All four losses were to Modesto and Downey. This was the first year to coach the Reserves for Vern Pitau. He and the team should be con- gratulated for a season well played. The experience the players had this year will enable them to become the stars of the future at Turlock High. First row: B. Runyan, A. Freitas, D. Sexton, L. Hughes, D. Andrino, L. Keirn, D. Veirra, D. Brown, vickson. Back row: A. Welch, M. Carlson, P. Green, J. Escobar, B. Hammond, L. Gomes, F. Neto. pp .q I by 3 2 . x, 33 lj , F sw' W D W 3? ,Rik .Q x , VERN PITAU Dickey, E. Hart- .n- ,,, g. . nl . AJ 1,5 FU., Q, jr . .ff 5 5 . s ,'2 ,, P 1 . s.- ti, 11 .. v.. w ,'t " ' me I -C - '27 , ..... I ll l sl rves -1 ,, 5. ,N ,, gg W 'B 5' Q 'N Y nt 50" 5' M :- Left to right: D. Maggard, L. Bames, B. Serna, B. Kelly, P. Larson, J. Hardwick, T. Holland, P. Myers, R. Yettman, L Youngquist T Fetherston, M. Farnum, D. Erickson. Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock, Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Valiant Varsity SCORES SCORES 31 Ceres 36 Oakdale 36 Tracy 37 Oakdale 44- Manteca 45 Tracy 42 Manteca 41 McClatchy 38 Lodi 56 Woodland 53 Stockton 37 Grant 35 Lodi 37 Downey 38 Norte Del Rio 48 Modesto 53 El Camino 4-6 Sacramento 54 Stockton mm 43 COACH PAUL FERDINANDSEN Downey um 40 Modesto The Bulldogs finished their last year in the Sac-Joaquin Conference with a record of four wins and ten defeats. The breaks were against the Bulldogs as nearly all of their defeats were by just a few points. Phil Larson and Dave Maggard led the team. in scoring while Paul Myers did an excellent job of setting up plays and stealing the ball. Only three Seniors are leaving this year, so the team should end up high in the standings next year. sill'-1 X i -F -L T X is - ,T l " ff' - . Q 1. f 'ff:s s. . F A Vyg .A gg Q ' f 9 AQHTE' . ' 5 gli' ' Q t c T f t ii LARRIE SWEET "Butch Bulldog" TONY FERRO PHIL LARSON LEROY YOUNGQUIST DAVE MAGGARD MIKE FARNUM LARRY BARNES BOB SERNA BOB KELLY DOUG ERICKSON JOE HARDWICK RONNIE VETTMAN ,eqw l f C NN'-A 1 .J by PAUL MYERS TALMADGE HOLLAND I37 of ll. PORTER .llanager Turlock . 39 Turlock . 27 'lTllI'l0t'k 54 Turlock 55 Turlock 33 Turlock 42 TlIl'lllC'li 35 Tllflflfli 35 Turlock 4-2 Turlock . 52 Turlock 39 Turlock 50 Turlock 65 Turlock 45 S. TODD SOUZA L L. CHRISTOFFERSEN The Bullpups This year the "B" team started off fast by winning five out of seven of their first practice games. Their only two defeats were handed to them by Oakdale. The Bullpups were in second place in the conference until they met Lodi for the second time where they lost to the Flames again-this time by a score of 43 to 42. After that the "Bw team had trouble. ln the next game they squeaked hy Norte Del Rio, 35-333 then stomped Modestog lost to the league leading Eaglets from El Caminog and then lost to Sacramento by one point. With only three games left the Bullpups trounced both Stockton and Downey and they fell at the hands of Modesto, 64 to 45. 6. .... A . tt if ? B. We ,wi 5 .Q i i ...H 'Wx 1512 R. WEIGLEIN Manager McClatchy .. Lodi . , Woodland .. Stockton . .. Grant Lodi , Downey . , N.D.R. ,,,,, ,Y,,A V Modesto . El Camino . Sacramento Stockton .. . Downey . Modesto I 3: J. FORTE fj. -., S103 V 1 49' ,s' T C. HATFIELD ' It E. NODA . Z : slf- J: . D. HINES R. SARHAD R. JOHNSON J. HARLAN G. ATWOOD 'B" RESERVES CAPABLE RESERVES The reserve teams each played twelve games this year. The Junior Varsity split their games, winning six and losing six. The "B" re- serves experienced a better season winning eight and losing four. Playing on the reserve teams gives the players valuable experience for the future basketball teams at T.H.S. Back row: E. Hartvickson S. Palmer T. D'Orazi Second row: L. Hughes D. Andrino R. Hawkins C. Johnson C. Collard Front row: J. DeSalles J. Schmidt M. Harlan N. Balswick B. Hammond JUNIOR VARSITY Back row: D. Mayberry J. Mayberry Second row: M. Parker H. Davenport R. Redding P. Plotkins S. Hazelwood Y... .BP my as y sf, if 'f lf' P 'f'r'!b COACH LES RATZLAFF RESERVES Third row: J. Parker, D Flippins, R. Mathews, J Davidson, J. Wilkey, L Carlson, O. McNutt, B Spengler. Second row: G Hill, S. Nordell, P. Goslin I. Huber, J. Smith, C Youngblood. First row: B. Pulliam, F. Graves, C. Cameron, G. Nicholson, J Baba, R. Rocha, D. Chris tofer. COACH JOE DEBELY SCORES RESERVES Turlock. .,........,...,,,,, 31 Livingston Turlock., ................. 12W Livingston ............ 6176 Turlock ........,........... 46 Modesto , Turlock. ...... - ........... 28 Modesto ........ .... 0 Turlock .................... 36 Oakdale ,,,,,,- --,-- T urlock ................... 3155 Oakdale ........ .... 7 W Turlock .......,,,,,,...,.,, 14 Monteca ,,,,,,, ,,,,, T urlock ..............,.... 14 Manteca ........,,. - ...,... 30 Turlock .................... 26 Hughson -,,,-,- -.,--, T urlock ........... - ....... 6 Hughson ................ 11 Turlock .................,.. 49 Tracy ,,,,,,,, ...,, T urlock .................... 26M Tracy ........ ........ 1 lf Turlock ...,................ 35 Sonora ,,,,,,- ,----- T urlock ..................., 22 Sonora ....... .,....... 2 0 Turlock .................... 43 Oakdale ,,,,,,, ,-,,- T urlock...- ............... 9 Oakdale ...- ...L 0 Turlock ....,....,...,,.,,,. 33 Hughson ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, T urlock..... .....,..,,..... 19 Hughson 5 Turlock, ...........,..,..., 41 Modesto ,,,,,,,, ..,,,, T urlock ...... - .........., 28 Modesto ..... ...- 3 Turlock .,......,......,..,. 51 Tracy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, T urlock ................... 3 Tracy ...................... 13 Turlock ............... ,...36 Livingston Turlock. ...... - ......,.... 19 Livingston .....,..,,.. .. 6 Turlock .................... 45 Sonora ,,-,,,,,-, ,,,-,- T urlock .............. -...23 Sonora ..............,... .. 0 Turlock ...,..,.........,,.. 22 Manteca ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, T urlock .............,,...., 37 Manteca ................ Novice Toumament-Third All Valley Toumament-Sixth Sac-Joaquin Sectional-First Northern California Championships-Fourteenth Wrestling Turlock .....,..........,,. Turlock ...,......,........ 3 .44 Downey Varsity .... 10 .39 3 Downey Varsity .... The Bulldog wrestling team won the Dual-Championship of the Independent League this year with a record of thirteen wins and one defeat. Their only defeat came at the hands of Manteca, but the team avenged that loss with a 22-20 win in the final match of the season. They climaxed- a fine season by winning the Sac-Joaquin Sectional Championship with a total of 66 points. Runner up Manteca had 63 points. Turlock placed 14'th in the Northern California Championships with a fine representation of wrestlers. There were 4-6 schools represented at the meet, so Turlock made a very respectable showing. VARSITY Back row: F. Droese, I. Curtis, S. Birchall, D. Fox, B. Stiles, D. Vollrath, L. Green, J. Carr, T. Marti- nez. Second row: B. Mire- les, D. Reich, B. Brien- mn. 55.5-2 E4-P mms ::'5' :U E PDL., . 5 2:-' 59,29 Elu- Hors-2 2700 ..' 9-5 WPPUQTU DeBroeck, N. Lucero, . Martinez, S. Copeland, Stin, J. Ritter, P. Mares, J. Robinson, B. Enfantino. C is xf ..r..l:gwf-1 1 - f nm .latino ff.: f rimwa7- - . aww l D. MAYBERRY D. FOX G x X K ' 'NH Left to right: H. Tamraz, J. Stitt, D. Vollrath, D. Dow, R. Balswick. T. MARTINEZ A. WARD scomzs scoaas Turlock ,Wf.Y----------.-...-.-f.... 1 Oakdale ..,,.......,..,,.,, 2 Turlock f'f"ff-- -------- 3 Chowchilla .,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 Turlock f"""-- ----ff-4 7 Chowchilla .,..,, ,,,,,, 6 Turlock --f-A',-- f--',--f 0 Oakdale .7,,7,,, ,7,,,,, 2 Turlock '- - '- '.------------- 4 McClatchy ..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,DD,,., 20 Turlock .....,.....,..,.,,.,,,.,,,,, Lodi Y-----.V ,'-VfV-,V,--,-VVV Yvfuv 1 1 3 fScores thnx March 26.1 First row left to ri ht' P. Larson M Motsin er, J. Sanders J Ma be 1 E - 1 - E 1 - Y TTY- Second row: T. Ferro, J. Forte, J. Lyons. fScores thru March 26.1 As the Alert went to press the Bulldogs had won one game and lost five. The team lost their first two league games by very large scores, but should do better as the season goes along. The team will have many re- turning veterans next year, so they should have a good team. First row: S. Harper, L. Christofferson. Second row: G. Hill, C. Tamraz, M. Kronherg, J. Kennedy. COACH LES RATTZLAFF I4I F i f. a Back row: C. Haas, B. Neely, B. Kelley, T. Fetherston, M. Famum, L. Youngquist, L. Palmer, J. Davidson. First row: G. Atwood, L. Souza, B. Moore, T. Holland, B. Welch, L. Hughes, E. Noda, F. Vincent, K. Hoffencamp. Bullpups When the Alert went to press the Bullpups had played six games, winning three and losing three. In the first league game we squeaked out a 2-1 win over Lodi. The team had a lot of green material this year, but is shaping up to be a good team. The team has a lot of good material and should really help the Varsity in a few years. SCORES Turlock ....... ...... 5 Oakdale .... Turlock ....... .......... 1 Chowchilla Turlock ....... .......... 1 7 Oakdale Turlock- Chowchilla Turlock .......... ...... 2 Denair ..... Turlock ......... ...... 2 Lodi ...... D. Maddox, E. Daniels, O. McVey Q! ,un ot. L! 0 - '57 6 I J Y- 1 Valliiif Nor.-Jai 'J Z- -- ggguq - 'll!:'l as ll ' ?"7 2-A ff- Back row: Joe Debley, C. Hatfield, G. Olson, G. Carey, R. Cooper, P. i ' 7 1 Thompson, G. Buzzini. First row: T. McCorkle, J. Gibb, R. Gon- Q F, 9 go salves, R. Vanderford, C. Anderson, L. Hutz. 44- pi -T - 5, ,. - , 0 FO 2 E f " I SCORES Turlock ,..,.....,....., 9 Modesto The Bulldog Golf team, last yearis champions, swept by the first six matches without too much trouble. They are favored to win the title again this year. The first four men on the team are Gary Olson, Glen Carey, Craig Hatfield, and George Buzzini. Golf is on its way up the ladder of sports at T.H.S. and should attract a lot of attention in the future years. Turlock .....,,,,.....,. 10 Turlock ,r,,,......,,,,, Turlock ..........o...., Turlock .,.,,...,r,.,,., Turlock ,.,.... ,..,,- SM 11 iw, 7 Downey ,,,,.,,,.,,, 2 Modesto ..,,.,,,,,,, ZVZ Downey .r,,........ 1 M.J.C. ....,,... , .... M4 Stockton College 5 Tennis The Tennis team this year was a green team having lost most of their players last year via graduation. By the time the Alert went to press they had played four matches, winning one and losing three. A lot of credit is to be given to these boys for uphold- ing Tennis at T.H.S. lard, M. Harlan, D. Reed. Af xxX ff Xl' l I V K J Back row: P. Ferdinandsen, D. Clanton, S. Hazelwood, S. Todd, F. Droese, S. Birchall, R. Weigland, K. Gregory. First row: B. Mc- Millen, L. Bettencourt, G. Nystrom, J. Balswick, J. Baba, G. Col- , ..',fr'g ,1 Mt- fn. n ff 1 . " . it iSil5'i . ,f f'fi G . 'K ' --. .Mufti .Sm . . My 4 Q. 5 ,fm 'L V of 'ff 2 it ,W lv 2 ,t E E, SS.. Q QW K .Ji si 0 , "g,"'r"M mf'--"'l-xx ,n 1, 'et' A Wirlrmb-Q ' ..g F "Q ' ' 'i"' aaa' L fm M .gf --::,.. X 1. ai all Slam 'iifsr-'.sQ:f, 5... ff . ...bike I Taj wi. 1 if , cn, .' , .:.f'f'f'r'i'A'.i'ii,Y,i1 W 5,1 .. e . . no ff I , fl. --'F ,-.Lf-,L L- lf.'i-!s "- 'T E- gt QM. suv, "'l . N A .fav -' .M t' . aff' ' ' f ,l ,-in xg. ni 4, ., ,Q 9 Big .. 6 ,Q t. A Back row: L. Sweet, Manager, P. Bigler, T. Bard, L. Kent, L. King, D. Maggard, B. Philpott, A. Boyd, M. Parker, K. Middleton, F. Drake, R. Brindero, Manager. Middle row: J. Hayes, P. Myers, B. Hightower, H. Davenport, W. Read, E. Rash, R. Osbome, F. Assali. Front row: M. Fox, Manager, R. Sugars, J. Wilkey, J. Highfill, L. Carlson, J. Miranda, J. Parker, B. Stiles, R. Tillner, W. Eyberg, Manager. Varsity Traclcsters An early deadline made it impossible to include the entire track seasons, results, but it only took one meet to focus the spotlight on Bruce Philpott, a Senior transfer from Salinas High School. Running for the first time in a Bulldog uniform he took three firsts and ran anchor man on the winning 880 yard relay team. Philpott broke the old school record in the 180 yard low hurdles in a winning time of 20 seconds flat, erasing the old mark of 20.1 seconds. Dave Maggard also turned in a fine per- formance as he tied the school record with a heave of 54-771f2" in the shotputt. ln the Stockton Relays he placed second in the cream of the crop from Northern California. The Varsity defeated Lodi in their first league meet by a score of 58 to 45, after defeat- ing Oakdale and losing to Merced in practice meets. Philpott again starred as he ran the 120 yard high hurdles in 15.1 seconds to tie the school record. 5 Turlock ,...,... 61 Oakdale ............ 43 Turlock ........ 34- Merced ..,,,.,,.,..., 70 i I r Turlock ........ 58 Lodi ..,,....,,...,,,,,,. 4-5 Stockton Relays 11th place fcomplete to March 261 Paul Bigler, Eddie Rash, Paul Myers, Bob Stiles, Tom Bard, Ron Osborne, Fred Drake, Dave Magard, Bruce Philpott. -fi 11-wmnmmt ...Ma m -ima-aww,-if COACH JOE DEBLEH Back row: F. Graves, Managerg K. Crossman, B. Mayhew, P. Bigler, J. Wilson. P. Young, D. Stiles D. Hines, D. Dornan, A. Mares, R. Hernandez. Middle row: M. Stammerjohn, H. Lang, J. Harlan R. Paul, J. Garner, G. Cobeen, 0. McNutt, R. Martinez, R. Rigsbee, W. Frost. Front row: C Cameron, C. Kirkes, D. Moss, B. Rogers, C. Johnson, A. DeBroeck, D. Tarone. D. Smith, J. Knox M. Carlson, Manager. Bullpup Tracks ters Displaying strength in every event, the Bullpup track team established themselves as an early season favorite to win the South Sac-Joaquin Championship by rolling over Oakdale and Merced and then crushing Lodi 91 to 13 in the conference lid lifter. ln the Lodi meet, Jim Wilson, MBN star, broke a 17 year old record when he ran the 220 yard dash in 22.7 seconds. erasing the old mark of 23 flat. On the same afternoon he also tied the school record in the 100 yard dash in 10.4 seconds. Jim Garner. who runs the hurdles, high jumps, and is anchor man on the relay team, broke many meet records in the first three meets. The Bullpup relay team. composed of Jim Wilson, Bill Mayhew, Abe Mares, and Jim Garner, finished second among 31 Northern California schools entered in the Stockton Relays and tied the school record of 1:34.11 seconds. This is a fine team that works together in every event and should go a long way in track and field events this year. Turlock . 65 Oakdale . . 39 Turlock... .... 67 Merced . , 37 Turlock.. .. 91 Lodi . 13 Stockton Relays 3rd place TOMH DAVF WPISF lcomplete thru March 263 David Dornan, Reubin Hernandez, Gary Cobeen, Abe Mares, Jim Garner. David Him Our Johnson, Bill Mayhew, Jim Wilson. lk! 'CCM Tracksters Back row: D. Sexton, R. Rocha, L. Gomes, P. Mares, R. Sarhad, J. Smith, T. D'Orazi, E. Hartvick- son, R. Hawkins, N. Lucero, S. Nordell, P. Anderson, J. DeSal1es, C. Wilson. Middle row: C Youngblood, M. Parker, R. Leedom, J. Robinson, B. Enfantino, J. Ritter, N. Balswick, B Howard, D. Flora, J. Wing, D. Falk, R. Lemas, W. Ostrum. Front row: R. Hernandez, J. Weise D. Stiit, D. Cobeen, J. Dupre, M. Navarro, B. Hammond, L. Keirn, D. Vierra, G. Knutsen, P Gosselin, M. Parkins, D. Ogilvie, D. Dahlstrom. Wins against Oakdale, Merced, and Lodi have established the Turlock "C's', as a team to be reckoned with in the 1957 championship campaign. The team defeated Oakdale by a wide 79 to 16 margin. The two standouts of this meet were Pat Gosslin and Ted J. D'Orazi. Both these boys took two firsts as well as being on the winning relay team. The team just barely sqeaked by Merced in a close one that ended 45 1X3 to 40 2f3. Raymond Rocha was the star for Turlock as he set a new meet record in the high jump as he soared 5,7". Rocha again set a new meet record in the high jump as he went 5'4Mg" to help the "C's', defeat Lodi by a tally of 68 to 27. ln this meet D'Orazi again took two firsts in the hurdles. Pat Gosslin won the 160 yard dash and tied for first with Jay Smith in the 100 yard dash. Turlock .....,.. 79 Oakdale ..... ,,,,,. 1 6 Turlock ........ 4-5 1X3 Merced .... 4-0 2X3 Turlock ........ 68 Lodi ..........,.,,...... 27 S' COACH DON GOLDSTE Stockton Relays 3rd place fcomplete to March 261 David Ogilvie, Manuel Navarro, Ron Sarhad, Pat Gosselin, Lyndell Keim, Nick Lucero, Jay Smith, Ted D'Orazi, Elvern Hartvickson. .ln w 'li Q. j v is Zdfzfkfr A' we ii' . Rack row: I.. llutra, P. Myers. 5. Fhummon. P. Larson. R. Rrinde-iro. R. Miriles. R. Hernandez, R. Nl1'Fr1-tlrieks, J. Carr. D. Hines. R. Mathews, D. Haggard, C. Porter, I.. Sweet. 0. MCNUH, ti. Carey, J. Stitt. W. Eyln-rg. U. Olson. Third row: R. Stiles. C. Kirkes. ti. Coin-en, I.. Christofferson. A, Mares. Nl. Motsingzer. R. Rigslvy, D. Fox. J. Wilkey, J. Highfill. R. Ralswiek, R. Smithramp, J. Harlan. J. Forte. IJ. Vollrath. R. Osborne. R. Weigland. Second row: Joe De-hely, Advisorg C. Atwood. Xl. Parker. E. Dania-ls, I.. Carlson, A. Dm-Rroe-r'k. R. Allen, C. Tamraz. T. Fethvrston, R. Rogers, S. Youngblood, D, Dornan. J. Garner. B. Spingler. D. Stiles, Vern Pitau, Advisor. First row: R. Hvriiaiirlez. J. Rohinson, R. Martinez, L. Souza. R. Sarhad. P. Mares. G. Ruzzini. J. Smith. J. 5 Knox. J. Cihh. E. Noda. H. Tainraz. J. fanders. T. Ferro. T. Martinez. U. Lindberg. D. Wvisv. Bo sa Block MTM Boys' Rloek "T" is composed of hoys who have earned a Varsity letter in any sport. The Block 'lT's" membership almost doubled this year with a large group of boys 1-oming from the championship HR" foothall team. a championship Varsity wrestling team, and the other boys who earned their varsity letter in their respective sports. The membership is expected to be put even higher as the track season ends. It is the goal of every boy who plays in any sport to belong to the block NT" organization. One of the main services they performed this year was patroling the rallies to make sure everyone attended them. They also helped sponsor a few all school dances in the year. IL, I A xqbrhg, 'lr X , . '1 ,fr wx oo Ng gb ,. sa ag Left to right: Tony Martinez, President: Dale Voll- rath. Rep. to Student Councilg Cordie Lindberg, Vice Presidentg Joe Stitt, Secretary-Treasurer, Snaps S sfygw in . 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Q ML, ri Wifi' . if ' N wdke READING x 'T' THE L, mem 9901 Jim, John, and Fred are looking over +l1e new high speed machinery a+ 'lhe SECURITY STATE BANK. 9 , in 5 ? , . .V--H f-J -----" T." ' , gg . gf? , Q fi I fi 1 V 1 -Ti' 1-- 'T' For lhaf casual, yef sophislicafed look, Nina and Carolyn and Dave are giving 'lhoughi +o renling Berma are aware +l1a+ JEWEL DRESS SHOP has bofh. silver service from PETERSEN'S JEWELRY. I65 . , .ff 1 nw k'If ivagrlgfl I LT f': Ti , TT -.- W , .T 51532 q lg - 1 1 W . or f--fjjjf , . y all y Q, Q-,,,,.,3 ,mg 5 mi V an H ' I l O- fy ? V .Lf4'f , "' M S-11223 ff l 5? 3-'E 41 .Ev-.., -'- Aw' l ,.n','.g F' an '.,-wr" -J ,iy I' ,-1-"fr s...,1,l The friendly lady a+ fhe TURLOCK HEALTH FOOD CENTER invifes you all fo come in and fake a look around as are Jerry, Don, and Ann. . PZANOS All UWC" Z1 l ' Would you like +o learn fo pla a musical insfrumenr? lf so, fake a hinf from Herman and Elaine, Myrl and Cynfria and go fo 'Phe TURLOCK MUSIC STORE. .-.dw I ww' ' ',..f" ',,.f" Clofhes are impor+an+ fo everyone. Tha+'s why Buzzy, Bob, Delores, and Sherrill have chosen DE LUXE CLEANERS. They know +ha+ individual care will be given each garmenf. Lynda and Mariie are already prepared 'For summer Janice looks very pe+i'I'e as she shows Alvin her cor- fun in sporfswear 'From TURLOCK MERCANTILE. sage from lhe TURLOCK FLOWER SHOP. I68 As Toni examines a +ie, LeRoy explains lo Sally 'lhe qualifies of a newly slyled shir+ al' fhe TURLOCK TOG- GERY. Louie looks envious of Ri+a's soda even 'I'hough he has one of his own-Bu+ +hen you would be foo, if if were from THE. TURLOCK DRUG COMPANY'S 'Foun- 'I'ain. Q 312 2- 3- Joan and George are shopping for silverware ancl eleclric shavers ai' SIMP- SON'S JEWELRY STORE, where all good brands of iewelry are sold. I69 1 Do you like +o play golf? If so you'll enioy golf or any oiher acl'ivi'ry even more when you 'lake 'ihe advice of Nance, Dorihea, and Mary Fran and wear play clofhes from PENNEY'S. We Here we See Arvel. Herbie. and Doug l00lKln9 OVSY Everybody likes +o hear lhemselves +alk. Karen and some machinery a+ BOB ANDERSON'S BODY 'Sl"lOP- Richard are learning +he parficulars aboul' a lape re- You. +oo, will find his service very dependable. corder from WALTER'S PHOTO STUDIO. l70 A I -ff we f li l Q L QR QUFEEL1 l N A bedroom for fhe daughfer-Whai' beHer idea ihan 'io build il wifh ma- 'lerials from HOME LUMBER COMPANY? Charleen and Linda 'lhinlc i+'s mighfy fine-don'+ you? ' If igiki These Turlock High School siudenfs, Lloyd, Jay, and Harold, are 'lalring ad- vanlage of 'lhe spacious new facililies af Turloclc's newes+, THE THRIFTY SUPER MART. 0 Pl .. v 3 . cg, 3? . Bob and Mike are planning on 'Fixing up iheir cars Mama Teves is always busy mixing shakes or scoop- wl'll1par+s'from TURLOCK AUTO PARTS. ing ice cream. Dorofhy and Bill land everyone elsel seem fo be enjoying food from +l1e CO-ED LUNCH. LUMBINE HEATING PRESSURE PUM WHP5 WATER connmoucns i Marnaawsii 'rf K j, 15 V is -M I , , -- - , - . , 1. , f'ss..af igN3,ss:g-.. 's' ., 1g.::-I-1 ,. K K. , .L 'Ummm ,. .. . X paw fi.: V . -. , i WM. ... . s . , M... W .fr KY-ffii - 1 1' f .... ,--- - --,- ' : i' " fm we " " - ' J ,L f . . 2' f. 1 : I 5 ' ,e ,--132-:gj .-Jlffj. K For good service and all your plumbing needs, OLSON'S PLUMBING will always be prepared wilh a friendly slaff member 'io help you. I72 wiv g 'x 6 la J' M, For fhe besf in cleaning, follow +he advice which Jan and Lynne are giving 'io Jerry and Phil, and go io DU RITE CLEANERS. Linda and Jeannine are 'lhoroughly convinced +ha1' SOUZA'S has a 'fine sfock of furnifure 'For any pari of fhe home. I74 Y' 7, , QM: H, L k 6031 PON4 4 3' . ,,,, VMS in low su 1' " 'Q-1" .iA" ' X ole 5 Planning on building someihing? Wheiher i+'s fools or maferials you need, go fo fhe TURLOCK LUMBER CO., like Ronnie does. LA XXV i e - Bev and Wanda are being shown how easy house- Wl1e+l1er H"s a gianl burger, a l'1ol' clog, or ius+ a work can be wi+h a vacuum cleaner from YOUNG- coke you wanl, go +0 +l1e COMET! As +l1e sfaff can 'fell DALE'S HARDWARE. you, i+'s +l1e bes+. X L K r f g 5 l A f ' Al lr 'Q f I l 5 VJ -V I- X F ss i gas! K K Q I ' xx' l B. , km , s:f A " E ff MG'2lll'lQ3 - -fy A rl axis pLYWO0D rf ? Anas r S5,41Z8l M Turlock - , fu Mr. Marfinez is showing Quong and Bob an example of flue fine lumber producls from MARTINEZ PLYWOOD SALES. l75 For the Heart of Your Home 5 PAYNE Air conaa+a0nang CRANE' Plumbing Fix+ From THORS EN'S PLUMBING One Block Soufh of +he Posi' Office 76 Grace and Vivien are shopping a+ BROWN'S MARKET: Turlock's convenienf, one-siop shopping cen+er, 'For all grocery, produce and household needs. X7 Jacque and Sharon like +ha+ casual look, +ha+'s why lhey selecf fheir clofhes af fhe TOWN SHOP. I fi4r-we J J ,P ff' 57795, J J' W iff l 4"-aff' fa - - si Here Mr. Johnson is demonsfrafing +o Jim and Richard iusf one of fhe many fine fypes of qualiiy carpeis from DON'S FLOOR COVERING. I77 . S ,if Beisy and Edwin are enjoying a ride in one of The big 'Trucks a+ 'The TURLOCK READY-MIX CONCRETE and TURLOCK ROCK COMPANY. ,, eyafrzeffi J Whefher you wani a coke, ice cream, or a ham- Doug and Ben know, +ha'f if if's fools or aufo paris burger, Judy and Danny, as well as fhe resi of +he gang, you need, STARR'S AUTO PARTS is 'Hwe place where know +ha+ FOSTER FREEZE is fhe mosi. y0u'Il find 1-he ones +0 5ui+ you bes+. I78 ng. . 'f iff! 1 an Q15 W 94 -if r ff -ali-1'7" iff-t F 1 ......-g:lv- ,--n-' E197 ll sr, Qs,-4,5 y ' ..q5jfii:,2 my K Q 1 si 5. L 2 4 " is 'Z f A f 5 A ff? A K as in X Wanf +o brighlen up your home? Do as Ann and For all bride and bridesmaid apparel Connie always Charle'He do-gel your decoralions from JOHNSON'S shops 'firsl' al' LELA'S SMART SHOP. HOUSE OF FLOWERS. ,KV as X z ,,.,.' 4144505 Buich Bulldog poses for a por+rai+ drawn by TURLOCK DAILY JOURNAL arl'is+, Ernie Zuiclc, who iried io malze a monkey of him all year. 'wif I80 ! ,J Lois and Joe know +l1a+ DlANE'S DRIVE IN is 'the place 'lo go for good food and 'Friendly service. 49" A xsk l Ai -3111! g n-n-Sll- ...411 Qs Members of +l1e Youfh For Chrisi' Bolfin Bishops cus'rom car club are shown admiring +he fabulous new Sfudebaker, "Silver Hawk," from J AND B MOTORS. I8I rig 5 Tom and Don are looking a+ fhe wide selec'rion of iop brand sporis equipmeni' which may be ob+ained from Turlock's mos? compleie spor+s cenier, BARD'S SPORT SHOP. For delicious food and quick service, Gordie, Diane, Richard, and Carol, have discovered +ha1' McNEFF'S CAFETERIA is an excellenf eaiing esfablishmeni. Pe+e and Jim are happy 'Io Iearn +I1a1' +I1eir money inves'Ied wi+I1 STANISLAUS- MERCED SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION earns 3If2'7,, inferesi' and is insured up io SI0,000. In addifion, money invesfed before fhe I01'I1 of 1'I1e mon'I'I1 earns inferesf from fhe Is+. STANISLAUS-MERCED is big enough 'l'o profecf you and small enough +o serve you. Acknowledgmenfs WALTER'S PHOTO STUDIO 81 CAMERA SHOP CHUCK DOWELL. PHOTOGRAPHER TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY Abraham Real Estate . , Anderson,s Body Shop , ,, Bard's Sport Shop .oooo,o Beatty Real Estate Better Bread Bakery ....,oo Brenn's Drive In oe,,.ee Browrfs Market .aAa....,a.t.t California Flower Shop tat...... .,... Carr's Cleaners .aa.,av..att.,. Christoffersen's t,t. Co-ed Lunch .,eo,ooeo Coey's Shoe Store ttat Comet Drive In ...A DeLuxe Cleaners e.tt,.,t. Diane's Drive In ..ea.ee..,... Don's Floor Covering o...oe. D,Orazi Investment Co. ,.,,. , DuR1te Cleaners ...,... .. .....a,..... .a.v,,a 1 Farmer, Ruth H., Dress Shop First Western Bank ................... ,.,....t. Foster Freeze ..,,t.o,., Gloeckler Jewelry ....... Guy and Sliger tttt.,.,....... Hammondis Shoe Store ,.a... Hendrickson Music Store ..... Home Lumber Co. ,ttt...... r House Of Teens ,,,. J and B Motors .,............r J ensen's Variety Store ..,...,..., ........ Jewel Dress Shop ................. J ohnson's House Of Flowers .,,..... .....V,v Kathy's Coed Shop .,r..l..,rr.... K T U R ..............t.., Larson's Dress Shop ..,,tr, Lela's Smart Shop ..,,., Liberty Market ........ Adfvertisefs Index Lundahl's Men's Store ..., Martinez Plywood Sales .r,, McNeff,s Cafeteria trt... National Market ,..r,....,r..,,,..... ,,,---- Nelson, M. K., Radio Shop 0lson's Pharmacy ....rrrr.r,,.r Olson's Plumbing ........ Penney, J. C. Co. .r.. - Penguin Ice Cream ...... Prescription Centre ...,r Peterson's Jewelry rrrrr, Richard and Chambers Saunder's Sheet Metal ...,... Security State Bank ,,,,.... Sewing Machine Center rrrrrrrrrr ..,r.,.. S1mpson's Jewelry ....,,,............. ........ Souza's Butane and Furniture ..........,,,.,, Stanislaus-Merced Savings S1 Loan ,r.,rr.... 9 Starr s Auto Parts ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.............. Thorsen's Plumbing ...r.,. Thrifty Food Market ...., Town Shop, The .....,,,.. Turlock Auto Parts ..,, Turlock Drug Co. ......,...... , Turlock Flower Shop ...,........ ...,.... Turlock Health Food Center Turlock Journal ......,......,,,..,. ...,.... Turlock Lumber ..........,....., Turlock Mercantile .... Turlock Music Store ..., ,....,. .... ...-,,,A Turlock Printing Co. ......,.......,..........,,..ss - Turlock Rock 81 Concrete Pipe Co. ..,,,r, , Turlock Toggery .....,,,....,.,,..-.f,,,---- -------- Walter's Photo Studio Youngdale's Hardware ,,.... Zimmerman's Jewelry ..,..,r. 161 175 182 173 160 1 59 172 170 163 162 165 158 162 165 166 168 174 182 178 176 171 177 172 169 168 167 171 174 168 167 173 177 169 170 175 160 Abraham, Abacherli, Helen 71, 95 Allen 60 Abraham, Arlene 65, 94 Adams, Carol 73, 94, 114, 159 Adams, Sandra 73, 95, 105 Agresti, Harold 73 Alberg, Janice 67, 94, 125 Abert, Orrin 67 Alexander, Charles Allen, Albert 67, 92, 147 Allen, Ronald 61 Almand, Catherine 74, 79 Alsup, Burton 66, 130 Alvarado, Amelia Ameer, Newell 66 Anderson, Beverly 94, 105 Anderson, Beverly 73, 161 Anderson, Carol 62, 78, 83, 86, 91, 94, 106, Index Bailey, Dorothy 73 Bajone, John 72 Baker, Elaine 31, 94, 107, 124, 126 Baldo, Billy 61 Balswick, Jerry 61, 143 Balswick, Norman 74, 134, 139, 146 Balswick, Richard 61, 115, 133, 141, 147 Barbour, Leonard 73, 92 Bard, Tom 32, 83, 144, 182 Barkhousen, Leonard 74 Blanc, Joseph 61, 87, 89 Blaylock, James 33, 128, 129 Blaylock, Sharon 65 Blevins, Billie 33, 104 Blevins, Janice Blevins, Owen Blizard, Leroy 134 Blount, Blower, Arrahwanna David 73, 114 Barlow, Johnny 74, 105 Barlow, Virginia 66 Barnes, Barney 72 Barnes, Larry 62, 84, 111, 136, 137 Barnes, Manford Bartgis, Susette 32, 78, 104, 106, 124, 125 126 Barth, Lois 62, 78, 83, 86, 91, 94, 115, 116 124, 126 9 1 125, 126, 163 114, 126 Anderson, Charles 71, 133, 143 Anderson Cleatus 68 Anderson Anderson Anderson Florence 31, 105 Freddie 72, 134 Marla 74 Andersen: Marlen 61, 79, 81, 90, 101, 126 Anderson, Peter 66, 79, 104, 106, 14-6 Anderson, Ro'salie 31, 81, 90, 101 Andrews, Frank 67 Andrino, Don 71, 134, 139 Andrus, Loren 59, 87 Antifae, Gail 65, 95, 104, 115, 125 Arrollo, Karen Arrollo, Robert 62, 163 Arsanoos, Rosa Aschwanden, Richard 72, 92 Assali, Aldo 66, 114 Assali, Frank 31, 115, 144 Atwood, Guy 74, 79, 133, 138, 142, 147 Atwood, John Atwood, Leslie 68 Bartlett, Barbara 60 Bashor, Betty 60 Bashor, James 68, 92 Baucum, Lorraine 71 Beatty, Marjorie 65, 94, 104, 125, 162 Beatty, Marilyn 59, 78, 95, 157 Beets, Bill 61 Bell, Allen 72 Bell, Harold 32, 92, 93 Bell, Howard 73 Bell, Ruth 32 Benge, Beverly 59 Benjamin, Barbara 32, 78, 84, 95, 111, 124, Bennett, Lawrence 32 Bergman, Esther 32, 78, 89, 95, 124, 126 Bergstrom, Richard 115 Best, Eddie 71 Bettencourt, Evelyn 71, 95, 114 Bettencourt, Janice 72, 104 Bettencourt, Veronica 62, 78, 83, 86, 95 Bodin, Betty 33, 83, 95, 157 Bomke, Karl 66, 79 Booth, Jim 33, 177 Borba, Don 72, 92 Borges, Norman 60, 93, 130 Boucher, Douglas 72 Bowman, Rita Bowser, Jack 66, 92 Box, Clara Jo 60, 104, 126 Boyd, Allan 33, 78, 79, 144 Boyd, Larry 33 Boyd, Lester 67, 104 Boyles, David 33 Brannon, Trudy 73 Brazil, Alvin 68 Brazil, Norman 60 Brennan, Ronald 66 Brindeiro, Richard 33, 129, 140, 144, 147 Bristow, Bruce 67 Brittain, Gerald 72, 92 Bronson, Olene 61 Brooks, Laurine 59, 81, 95, 101 Broom, Carolyn 62, 105 Brouhard, Dennis 92 Brown, Donna 126 Brown, Douglas 71, 134 Bfiian, M8rj0ry 65, 82, 94, 106, 107 125 Brown, Ronald 60, 93 Brown, Sandra 62 Brown, Sharon 73, 104 Aulds, Jim 31 Austin, Margie 31, 78, 81, 87, 101, 124 Autrey, Janice 74, 91, 104, 168 , 126 115, 126 Bettincourt, Leroy 60, 93, 124, 126, 143 Bettincourt, Lorraine 60, 95 Bevard, Barbara 71 Avalos, Albert Avalos, Raymond 66, 133 Avery, Lottie 31 Avila, Gloria 31, 124, 126 Avila, Luis 31 Avila, Stella Ayala, Armand 61 Ayers, Eddie 31 Baba, John- 72 Baba, Joseph 59, 87, 140, 143 Babb, Evelyn 73 Backus, JoAnn 65, 90, 95, 114 Bewley, J oEllen 61, 78, 83, 90, 126 Bigler, Paul 32, 144, 145 Bigler, Philip 67, 140 Billingsley, Karen 71, 105 Birchall, Steven 59, 80, 140, 143 Bishop, James 32 Bixler, Catherine 32, 116 Blair, Judy 61, 88, 94 Blair, Carroll 67 Blair, Ray Blakeley, Donald 62, 95, 115 Blaker, Betsy 65, 95, 115, 125, 178 Buck, Margaret 67, 88 Buck, Nancy 73, 86, 94 Bullock, Carolyn 68 Burman, Marcella 71, 105 Burns, Barbara 61 Burns, Jean 65 Burns, Robert 65 Burrow, Marvin 65 Burrow, Melvin 68 Butler, Barbara 72 Butler, Betty 104 Butler, Truman 61 Buzzini, George 65, 111, 138, 143, 147 Cable, Dennis 72, 114 Cabral, Josephine 65, 79 Cadwell, Frank Cain, Thomas Cameron, Arlis 71, 134, Cameron, Charles -61, 140, 145 Campos, Lionel 66, 114 Canava, Gerald 66 Cardon, Orpha 33, 116, 126 Cardoza, Hazel 72 Cardoza, Patricia 60 Cardoza, Walter Carey, Glen 33, 78, 80, 82, 87, 108, 143, 147 Carkeet, Stanley 70, 72, 79 Carkeet, Stephen 23, 24, 34, 80, 82, 84, 94, 108, 120, 157 Carlberg, Janice 74 Carlson, Carole 34, 95 Carlson, Clare 62, 78, 86, 91, 94, 124, 126 Carlson, David Carlson, Joanne 61, 78 Carlson, Kristie 25, 34, 78, 81, 100, 121, Clendenen, Joe 67 Clinton, Cobeen Pearl 67 Douglas 70, 72, 146 Cobeen, Gary 59, '133, 145, 147 Cobeen, Linda Foote 59, 80, 88, 9 Coelho, Carolyn 71 Collard, Gary 71, 134, 139, 143 Collet, Florence 34, 91, 94, 104 Collins, James 71 Collins, Linda L. 34, 94 Colvin, Dolores 68 Comly, Charles 67 Comly, Darlene 74 Conley, Betty 71 Conyers, Raenelle 74, 105 Cook, Arlie 66 Cook, Donald 65, 133 Cook, Reggie 74, 134 Coop, Bonnie 71 Cooper, Jack 34 Carlstro 124, 126, 157 Carlson, Lavern 62, 129, 140, 144, 147 Carlson, Loretta 94, 104 Carlson, Marvin 66, 106, 134, 145 Carlson, Pauline 74, 79, 104 Carlson, Philip 74, 92 Carlson, Vaughn m, Marian 61 Cooper, Lucille 62, 78, 80, 85, 86, 89, 111 Cooper, Ronnie 61, 78, 143, 174 Copeland, Stanley 60, 133, 140 Cortopassi, Judy 74, 105 Couch, Charles 67 Covell, Linda 35, 81, 82, 83, 100, 124, 126, 174 Cowger, Judy 59 Cowles, Norman 65, 133 Carr, Jerry 34, 140, 147 Carr, Kitty 70, 159 Carr, Linda 58, 62, 82, 85, 86, 88, 89, 94, Cox, Carolyn 60 Cox, Donald 60 Cox, Shirley 60 Crabtree, Billy 68 124, 126 Carrington, Fred 72, 114 Carson, Paula 65 Carter, Carol 62, 78, 81, 83, 100, 182 Carter, Dora 60 Carter, Ora 60 Carter, Yvonne 34, 104, 107 Cassle, David 74, 130 Castino, Emest 68, 92 Castino, Henry 92, 129 Catania, Leroy 73, 79, 115, 116 Cecil, Alice 34 Cecil, Terry Chambers, Ronald 60 Chandler, Nelda 61 Charron, Paul ' Charron, Raymond Chisum, Gary 72, 86 Christensen, Barbara 60, 95 Christman, James 62 Christoffersen, Larry 60, 131, 132, 138, 1 7 Christopher, Donald 67, 92, 140 Clanton, Don 34, 78, 87, 89, 143, 167 Clark, Charlotte Clark, Raymond 74 Claxton, James Claxton, Juanita Clayton Clayton l86 , Pamela 71, 79, 89 , Penny 68, 79, 89, 105, 116, 125 Crabtree, Vivian 60 Crain, Albert 73 Crain, Douglas Critchfield, Vivien 72, 79, 114 Crivelli, Charles 25, 60, 93 Crivelli, Harvey 72, 92 Crossman, Keith 60, 145 Crow, Delbert 73 Crow, Jim 25, 61, 80, 81, 82, 84, 89, 101, 108 Crow, Sandy 65 Crowell, Lynne 59, 83, 88, 103, 117, 126, 174 Crowell, Michael 72, 92 Croy, Barbara Cruz, Frank Cruz, Louie 66 Cummings, Connie 35, 78, 124, 126, 180 Cunningham, Carolyn Cunningham, Linda 60 Cunningham, Lynn 130 Curtis, Ira 130, 140 Dahlstrom, Douglas 72, 146 Damas, Phyllis 35, 124, 126 Daniel, Ely 62, 140, 142, 147 Daniel, Josephine 74 Daniel, Robert 61, 78, 86, 87, 89 Daniels, Sybil 68 Davenport, Berma 65, 79, 85, 89, 95, 103 114, 125, 165 Davenport, Herman 62, 139, 144, 167 David, Grace 65, 90, 95 David, James 67 Davis, Dona 61 Davis, Jeanette 68, 125 Davis, Jerry 71, 92 Davis, Suzanne 71, 94, 104 Davison, Jim 65, 92, 130, 140, 142 Dean, Dorothy 73 DeAngeles, Jan 35, 78, 80, 82, 85, 91, 103 104, 114, 117, 121, 124, 174 DeBroeck, Albert 68, 92, 33, 14-0, 145, 147 DeBroeek, Lorraine 66 Dehn, Harold 35 DeKelaita, Diane 35, 124, 126 Delhart, Charles 35 Demings, Gene 60 Dennis, Lanny 73 DeSalles, James 72, 89, 134, 139, 146, 165 Desper, Richard 72 Dias, Daniel 30, 35, 178 Dias, Richard 59 Dicky, Leon 67, 92, 134 Dickinson, Donie 61, 80 Dill, Saundra 61, 91, 95, 104, 126 Dill, Wanda 67, 94 Dimberg, Lauren 68 Dirks, Nancy 73 Doerges, Fred 35 Dompeling, John 74 Domatti, Sandra 72, 95 Doo, Nancy 62 Doo, Quong 35, 56, 78, 79, 81, 83, 86, 100, 101, 150, 151, 152, 153, 175 D'Orazi, Diane 25, 26, 36, 78, 80, 82, 83, 84, 118, 182 D'Orazi, Ted 65, 139, 146, 161 Dornan, David 36, 145, 147 Dow, Don 62, 141 Dow, Ken Charles 74 Downing, Marvel 36 Doyle, Pat 36 Drake, Fred 24, 25, 30, 36, 78, 80, 82, 87, 95, 108, 144, 158 Drake, Roberta 65, 114 Droese, Fred 36, 80, 82, 128, 129, 140, 143, 165 Duhm, Kenneth 74, 92 Duke, Barbara 73, 116 Duncan, Arlene 67, 87, 94 Duncan, Donald 36, 78, 83, 104, 106, 107, 182 Duncan, Rachel 71, 105 Duncan, Thomas 72, 87 Dunham, Nancy 65, 104 Dunnagan, Alice 36, 126 Dunnagan, Don 71, 134 Dupre, Jack 72, 146 Duree, Charlotte 36, 83, 124, 126 Duree, Donald 74, 92 9 Duree, Richard 36, 78 Duree, William 73 Durrer, Mary 71 Dutra, Louis 37, 78, 81, 100, 104, 106, 147, 169 Dutra, Patricia 73 Duvall, Tom 66 Earnest, John Earnest, Martha Easley, Frances 66, 101 East, Louise 61, 87, 94, 126 Eaberg, Eileen 67, 79, 86, 107, 115, 116 Edwards, Bobby 73 Edwards, Jean 68 Ehrler, Richard 67 Ehrlich, Dorothy 74 Ellefson, Janet 65, 94 Ellefson, Sonya, 37, 83, 95, 119, 121, 162 Ellerby, Patricia 59 Elliott, Edward 62 Elliott, Patricia 72, 105 Ellis, Jacquelyn 73, 79, 105 Ellis, Leonard 37, 175 Ellis, Lonnie 67 Ellis, Peggy 62, 126 Elston, Mable 37, 104 Elston, Myrtle 67 Ely, Joan 65 Elzenga, Jennie 68, 125 Elzenga, Tommy 74 Emery, Donald 67 Emery, James 68 Emery, Robert 73 Emery, Ronald 73, 92 Emmons, Betty 60 Enarson, Laurel Enfantino, Bob 67, 92, 146 Enfantino, Eddy 72, 92, 140 Enos, Alfred 67, 92 Ensley, Barbara 67 Ensley, Ronald Erickson, Douglas 37, 136, 137 Erickson, Joe 59 Erickson, Sandra 73 Escobar, James 66, 134 Eshoo, Agnes 61, 88, 90, 94 Eyberg, Linda 37, 104 Eyberg, Wendell 37, 144, 147 Eyre, Linda 72 Eyre, Mona Faddis, Janice 71 Faddis, Wilma 37, 104 Fagundes, Duilinda 73, 79 Falk, Douglas 72, 146 Falk, Fred 37 F alkenberg, Wanda 71 Farlinger, John Famam, Micheal 67, 130, 136, Feldman, Jerry 65 137, 142 Ferbrache, Man, 65, 94, 125, 173 Fernandes, Ronald 37, 103, 117, 121, 163 Fernandes, Shirley 68, 125 Fernandes, Susan 62, 78, 83, 91, 94, 114 Ferro, Tony 27, 38, 136, 141, 147 Fetherstone, Tommy 67, 128, 129, 136, 137, 142, 147 Finch, Janice 89, 90 Finch, Lonell 89, 90 Fiorini, Beverly 24, 25, 59, 80, 81, 85, 94, 100, 124, 125, 126, 175 Fleming, Melvin 68 Flesoras, Coste 38, 121, 166 Fliflet, Dave 38. 78, 81, 101 Fliflet, Gloria 38, 166 Flippin, Don 140 Flippins, Sam 67 Flodman, Leland 66 Flora, Dennis 71, 79, 116, 146 F lorey, Connie Floyd, Joan 65, 89, 94, 125 Folly, Judy 67, 94, 125 Folly, Rita 73 Foote, Robert 73 F orrette, Ellen 38 Forrette, Gary 73 Forrette, JoAnne 72 Forrette, Ralph, 60, 93 Forte, James 59, 131, 133, 138, 141, 147 Foster, James 74, 92, 104 Foster, Jerry 71, 92, 105, 126 Fowler, Dennis 59 Fox, David 61, 78, 80, 82, 128, 129, 140, 141, 147 Fox, Micheal 66, 114, 134, 144 Frago, Marjorie 73 Francis, Annabelle 59, 114, 126 Fredrickson, Barbara 67 Fredrickson, Betty 67, 79 Freitas, Alexandria 71, 105 Freitas, Arnold 66, 92, 134 Freitas, J anyce 25, 38, 78, 82, 87, 94, 116, 108, 120, 124, 126 Fried, Claudene 62 Frost, Elizabeth 71 Frost, Warren 38, 101, 133, 145 Fulenwider, Doris 38, 81, 101, 124, 126 Funkhouser, Tom 38 Furtado, Patti 38, 124, 126 Galvan, Mary 39, 126 Gant, Janis 71 Gant, Saundra 61 Garcia, Delores 65 Garcia, Delores Garcia, Edwin 39, 178 Garcia, Lorraine 65, 95, 125 Garcia, Marla 66 Gardner, Lonnie 59 Gamer, Jim 60, 84, 104, 1 147 06, 107, 108, 145, Garrida, Thomas 74, 92 Gatewood, Arvel 59, 170 Gayler, Alice 66 Gayler, Homer 60, 92, 133 Gearhart, Richard 59, 87, 89 Gearhart, James Gee, Norma 60, 83, 124, 126 Gee, Olen 72, 92 Geeson, Paul 39 Geeson, Philip 67 Genseal, Karen 59, 78, 83, 85, 124, 126, 170 Geolette, Marlene 71 George, Rosalie 67, 95 Geren, Ronald Gerold, Maria 39 Gibb, Jay 74, 133, 143, 147 Gibb, Sandra 59 Gibbs, Lue 60 Gibbs. Rue Gifford, LaVonne 65, 95, 111 ciu, Marjorie 39, 78, ao, sz, 37, 95, 124, 126, 166 Gill, Shirley 25, 59, 87, 88, 94, 124, 126 Giolette, Marlene Glaser, Eugene 59, 170 Godat, Judith 66, 79, 80 Goessmann, Dorothea 39, 84, 104, 106, 107, 111, 124, 126, 170 Goldsmith, Eddie 60 Goldsmith, Frank 74 Gomes, Larry 134, 146 Gomes, Mary 67 Gonsalves, Ronald 59, 143 Gonzales, Pat Gonzales, Raymond 130 Gonzalez, Florence 71 Gonzalez, Lynelle 65 Gorbet, Darla 73 Gorman, Nancy 73, 94 Gosselin, Patrick 72, 134, 140, 146 Graham, Alma Jean 65 Graham, Don Graham, Gloria Graham, Jim 39 Graham, Louise Granberg, Richard 59, 87 Graves, Barbara 72 Graves, Donna 72, 104 Graves, Floyd 66, 134, 140, 145 Green, Barbara 39, 121, 126 Green, Chester 66 Green, Cora 39 Greenwood, Julie 59 Grflgmry, Kenneth 24, 25, 39, 78, 80, 82, 87, Gregory, Stanley 62, 78, 114 Griffin, Alicemae 73 Griffin, Mary 66 Griffin, Paul 74 Griffin, Wanda 40 Grose, Willard 62 I87 Grove, Rodney 74, 115 Guinn, Rhetta 73 Gustafson, Judy 40, 81, 83, 94, 101, 178 Gustafson, Lucille 67, 91 Gustafson, Stanley 78 Haarberg, Evelyn 62, 116, 124, 126 Hail, Norma 74, 94 Hale, Lois 67, 86, 89, 115, 125 Halquist, Carl 40, 104, 106, 107, 175 Halquist, Yvonne 65, 105 Ham, Barbara 59 Ham, Edith 71 Hamby, Curtis 72 Hammond, Billy 74, 139, 146 Hampton, Barbara 72, 94 Hance, Louie 74 Hanne, Jeffery 66, 79 Hanne, Susan 71 Beverly 61, 80, 95 Hansen, Hansen, Bill Hansen Carla 105 Hansen Hanson, , Carolyn 68, 94 Doris 23, 24, 40, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83 85, 101, 118,120, 124, 126, 176 Hardin, Joice 68 Hardin, Linda 26, 62, 114, 116, 124, 126 Hardwick, Joe 58, 62, 181 78, 79, 84, 91, 94, 128, 129, 136, 137 Hardwick, Sue 60, 115, 126 Harlan, Jimmy 61, 131, 133, 138, 145, 147, 160 Harlan, Micheal 73, 134, 139, 143 Harper, Charles Harper, Stan 40, 41 Harrberg, Evelyn 88 Harris, Danny 60, 89, 111 Harris, Robert 66, 114 Harris. Terry 74 Harrison, Jack 72 Harry, Arby 40, 104 Harry, Bill 66 Hartvickson, Elvern 66, 134, 139, 146 Hass, Carl 66, 142 Hatch, Toni 65, 85, 94, 125, 169 Hatfield, Craig 66, 138, 143 Hawkins, Ronald 72, 89, 139, 146 Hawksworth, Clark 61 Hayes, Gloria 67 Hayes, Jack 59, 130, 144 Hays, Elaine 65, 91, 105 Hazlewood, Dianna 71, 104 1-Iazlewood, Sam 130, 139, 143 Heard, Vivian 72, 104 Heeder, Marcia 71, 105 Heidt, Richard 67, 130, 177 Heldt, Carol 73 Henson, Leroy Hernandes, Rudy 60 Hernandez, Reuben 40, 133, 138, 147 188 Hernandez, Rudy 133, 140, 145, 14-6, 147 Herring, Bernice 66 Herring, Louise 67, 94 Hess, Priscilla 72 Hickey, Joanne 40 Hiemstra, Nathan 40 Hiemstra, Ralph 67 Highfill, Jerry 58, 61, 87, 128, 129, 144, 147 Hightower, Dorothy 105 Hightower, Bill 40, 84, 95, 144 Hill, Gary 59, 133, 140,141 Hill, Jerry 60 Hilligoss, Nelda 41, 78, 81, 94, 100, 160 Hillis, Ann 59, 88, 95, 124, 125, 126 Hills, Christie 61, 126 Hines, David 41, 133, 138, 145, 147 Hodges, Benny 67 Hoffenkamp, Carl 142 Hoffman, Karen 62, 95, 104, 106, 107, 116, 124, 126 Holland, Linda 66 Holland, Talmadge 65, 136, 137, 142 Holmes, Edward 71, 129 Hoobyar, Margaret 66, 90, 105 Howard, Bruce 72, 146 Howard, James 60, 93 Hubbard, Terrell 74, 95 Huber, Frankie 140 Huffman, Peggy 61, 83, 90, 166 Hughes, Barbara 65 Hughes, Larry 72, 89, 134, 139, 142, 166 Hughes, Monica 41, 81, 95, 100, 160 Hultman, Rose 72, 105 Hunt, Marsha 71 Hunts, Glendora 41, 81, 91, 101, 124, 126 Hupp, Carol 71 Husby, Liaiie 23, 24, 59, 80, 84, 103, 104, 106, 124, 126 Hutchison, Shirley Hutz, Lloyd 71, 86, 143 Ingram, Donna 65, 125 Ingram, Sheila 41 Irving, Pearl 72 Isaac, Robert 60, 116 Isaacs, Margie 72 Jacobs, Elaine 59, 83, 94, 126, 167 Jacobsen, William 41 Jahn, Mary 62, 126 Jenkins, Betty 73 Jenkins, Darlene 60 Jensen, Douglas 62, 88 Jensen, Gerry 68 Jensen, James 41 Jerome, Richard 61, 78, 81, 86, 87, 100, 101, 170 Jimenez, Alice 68, 95, 125 Johns, Lorna 71, 116 Johns, Robert 70, 72, 79, 115 Johnsen, 174 Johnson Johnson Jeannine 41, 78, 83, 124, Alvin 59, 93 Barbara 71, 79, 115, 116 Johnson Carolyn 4-1, 95, 165 Johnson Clayton 68, 139 Johnson Donna 74 Johnson Doris 41 Johnson Douglas 66 Johnson, Gary 74 Johnson, George 66, 105, 145 Johnson Geraldine 71 Johnson, Janet 71, 94, 105, 114 Johnson, Janice 42, 86, 95, 115 Johnson, Judy 71, 94, 105, 114 Johnson, Kenneth 59 Johnson, Laurelli 42, 87, 105, 126 Johnson, Lois 61, 90, 94, 124, 126, 181 Johnson, Lynnette 73, 95 Johnson, Mary E. 42, 83, 104, 126 Johnson, Myrna 94, 164 Johnson, Roger 65, 133, 138 Johnson Sharryl 73, 79, 115, 157 Johnson Stanley 59 Johnson, Victor 67 Jones, Emilie 73, 79 Jones, Norma 61 Jordan, Jeannine 73, 114 Jorritsma, Gerita 73 J orritsma, Sherwood 67, 92, 163 Julien, Lynda 59, 78, 86, 87, 89, 95, 168 Kane, Maxine 24, 25, 61, 78, 82, 85, 86, 87, 89, 90, 94, 104, 106, 107 Keirn, Lynndell 71, 134, 146 Keith, Barbara 73, 79, 94 Kelley, Robert 71, 136, 137, 142 Kelly, Beverly 42 Kelly, Chessella Kennedy, Billy Kennedy, Joe 60, 141 Kennedy, Joyce Kent, Lansill 42, 111, 129, 144 Kephart, Charlene 59, 78, 83, 88, 95, 124 .126, 171 Khinoo, Barbara Khinoo, Bill Kimzey, Barry 42 King, Jennifer 73, 126 King, Joan 42, 104 King, Lee 144 King, Minnie 42 Kirby, J 4661 61, 78, 83, 90, 166 Kirkendall, Patsy 71 Kirkes, Gary 62, 133, 145, 147 Klynstra, Judy 65, 125 Klynstra, Scott 74, 114 Knee, Joan 74 Knight, Terry 74, 92 Knox, Jerry 66, 133, 145, 147 Knutsen, Gary 73, 146 1 Knutsen, Sherrill 59, 83, 94, 115, 126, 168 Kohrummel, Dean 66, 108, 111 Komo, Betty 42, 94 Kopecki, Albert 60, 93 Kronberg, Marlene 74, 104 Kronberg, Merle 59, 141 Lacey, Norma 73 Lacey, Willard 111 Lacltner, Marilyn 59, 91, 126 Lackner, Sonia 65, 91, 125 Lamb, Calvin 73, 92 Lamb, Gilbert 43 Lane, Jean 60, 81, 101 Lang, Harold 43, 115, 145 Lankford, Lena Lankford, Nora 72, 105 Largent, Dolores 59, 83, 88, 95, 126, 168 Larson, Elaine 61, 80 Larson, Janice 62, 80 Larson, Philip 24, 26, 48, 109, 128, 129, 136, 137, 141, 147, 174 Larson, Raymond, 59 Larson, Richard 24, 62, 80, 82, 84 Larson, Sandra 73, 86 Lasater, Jimmy Laudenslayer, Judy 68 Leach, Mamie 65 Ledbetter, Tommy 73 Lee, Marie Davenport 54, 88, 124, 126 Leedom, Roger 65, 146 Loveall, Jerry 43 Lucas, Evelyn 65, 79, 89, 114 Lucas, Janet 66, 104 Lucas, Sharon 104 Lucero, Nicacio 61, 131, 133, 140, 146 Lucero, Ricardo 66 Lynch, Bob 65 Lyon, Robert 44 Lyons, James 60, 133, 141 Lyons, Lura Lytle, Carol 71 Macedo, Anita 60, 80 Macedo, Tony 67, 92 Maddox, Don 44, 129, 142 Maggard, Dave 22, 24, 44, 82, 111, 126, 129, 136, 137, 144, 147, 165 Maines, Carolyn 66 Maines, Robert 67, 92 Malik, Norman 67 Mallonee, Bonita 74 Malone, Ruthie 67 Marchant, Richard 71 Marczan, Joan Mares, Abe 58, 61, 131, 133, 138 .Mares, Paul 65, 133, 140, 145, 146, 147 Markley, Kathleen 65, 79, 85, 95, 125 Marques, Laura 65, 125 Marshall, Evelyn 90 Marshall, Judy 85, 111 Martin, Beverly Lemas, Robert 146 Lemons, Johnie 61 Lemos, John 74, 90, 92 Leverett, Rebecca 73, 95 Lewis Lewis , Douglas 59, 170 Lewis, Lewis, Barbara 73 Mary 59, 83, 104, 124, 126 Mona Liles, David 61 Liles, Homer Lindbeck, Darrell 73, 130 Lindbeck, Nancy 43, 56, 78, 81, 83, 84, 95, 100, 109, 124, 126, 150, 151, 152, 153, 170 Lindberg, Gordon 27, 48, 78, 128, 147, 182 Lindsay, Jimmy 66 Lindskoog, Stanley 66, 159 Lindvall, Ruth 65, 95 Martin, Billy 62 Martin, Frank 59, 93, 133 Martin, Lillian 66 Martin, Louise 59, 83, 124, 126 Martin, Margaret 60, 125 Martin, Marlene 66, 95 Martinez, Martha 68 Martinez, Ray 61, 131, 133, 140, 145, 147 Martinez, Tony 44, 104, 129, 140, 141, 147 Mathews, Mary 126 Mathews 147 Ronnie 44, 104, 128, 129, 140, Mattice, Ellen 74, 105 Mattice, Burton 72 May, James 65 Mayberrg, Jackson 61, 130, 134, 139 Mayberry, Rash 74 Linn, Pat Little, James 61, 80, 92, 157 Little, Robert 43, 93 Littrell, Alice 74 Lobo, Eugene 72, 79 Loethen, Alma 61 Loethen, Martha 66 Loewen, Raymond 43 Loewen, Viola 72 Logan, Rose 73 Logsdon, Alleen 43, 104 Logsdon, Allen 43, 104, 106 Loveall, Harold 74, 92 Mayhew, William 44, 82, 87, 145 McBeth, Shirley 44 McBride, Rose McCart, Rebecca 59 McCauley, Thomas 61, 111, 130 McCollum, Mary 68, 95 McCollum, Patricia 71 McCool, Peggy McCorkle, Michael 72, 134, 143 McCormick, Bobby 72 McCoun, Richard 128, 129 McDaniel, Phillip 44 McDonald, Ruth 73, 105 McDonnal, Janice 44, 126 McEll0y, Art McFarlane, Bill 73, 79, 92 Mclfrederick, Benny 45, 78, 93, 120, 129, 147, 178 McGill, Loralee 45, 87, 94, 104, 124, 126 McLaughlin, Zella 61 McMillen, Bruce 24, 25, 61, 78, 81, 89, 95, 100, 140, 143, 157 McNab, Dennis 73, 92 NcNab, Thomas 45 McNutt, Janice 71, 105 McNutt, Oliver 45, 114, 145, 147 McNutt, Paul 89 McVay, Orgil 61, 133, 140, 142 Mead, Jerry 61 Medeiros, Arthur 72, 92 Medeiros, Dolores 71, 105 Mello, Dolores 67, 116 Mello, Frances 45 Mello, Frank 60, 124 Mello, James 72, 92, 126 Mello, Manuel 62 Mendonca, Loren 72 Mercer, Patricia 83, 126 Merrill, Barbara 59, 104 Merryman, Dale 62 Mettert, Frank 65, 105, 133 Michael, Columbus 72 Midboe, Donald 68 Midboe, William Middaugh, Oliver 72, 114 Middleton, Kenneth 45, 144 Middleton, Sharon 61, 94, 126 Mills, Diana Mills, Mildred 70, 104 Mireles, Barney 45, 128, 129, 140, 147 Mireles, Esther 68, 94, 125 Mitchell, Bonnie 60 Mitchell, Maria 73 Mitchell, Richard Mitchell, Sharon 73 Mitchell, Tommy 45 Mize, Jerry 45 Montague, Sonia 46 Mohr, Joyce 45 Mohr, Vivian 72 Moog, Wanda 59, 80, 87, 94, 104, 124, 126, Moore, Carleta 66 Moore, Clyde, Jr. 46 Moore, Harold 68 Moore, Robert 65, 133, 142, 168 Morrow, Don 59 Motsinger, Myrl 60, 85, 131, 133, 138, 141, 147, 167 Mowrer, Marilyn 62, 78, 88, 95, 161 Mowrer, Sharon 71, 114, 164 Murray, David 72 Mustoe, Kenneth 68 Myers, David 59, 93 I-89 Myers, Nancy Myers, Paul 58, 62, 128, 129, 136, 137, 144, 147 Myers, Yvonne 30, 46, 83, Navarro, Manuel 72, 146 Nascimento, Raelyn 59, 78 Neely, Anita 71, 91 Neely, Bobby 74, 142 94, 124, 125, 126 Ons, Pat 67 Pacheco, George 73, 92 Pacheco, Lorraine 67, 125 Padilla, Lillian 65 Padilla, Mary 72 Palmer, Larry 71, 134, 142 Palmquist, Clarice 66 Parker, Bob Parker, Cloma 47, 104, 106, 107 Parker, Janice 73 Parker, Jerry 105, 129, 140, 14-4 Parker, Helen 53 Parker, Mack Parker, Michael 65, 128, 129, 139, 144, 146, 147, 172 Nelson, Charles 72, 134 Nelson, Clara 46 Nelson, Elaine 67, 94 Nelson, Jean 46 Nelson, Jesse 72 Nelson, John 114 Nelson, Mari Lou 114 Nelson, Saundra 73 Neto, Frank 72 Neto, John 68, 129, 140 New, Giles 46 Nicholson, Grant 68, 92, 140 Niebaum, Phyllis 59, 95, 105, 126 Niemeyer, Sharon 66, 88 Nimtz, Olivia 61, 87 Nissen, Becky 46, 83, 104 Noda, Carol 73, 79, 114 Noda, Eric 71, 133, 138, 142 Norbury, Betty 73 Nordell, Steven 66, 133, 140, 146 Norseen, Betty 61, 78 , 147, 162 Parkin, Michael 134, 146 Parks, Keith 62 Patton, Patzer, Alan 47 Payne, George 47 Payne, Lloyd 47, 81, 101 Paul, Donald 65 Paul, Ronald 68, 130, 140, Peffers, Jacqueline 24, 25, 62, 80, 81, 85, 100, 124, 126, 173 Peffers, John 74, 108 Sharon 47, 78, 81, 95, 101, 173 145 84, Pera, Diane 47, 84, 85, 111, 124, 126 Perales, Rosie 74 Perkins, Carolyn Perkins, Nancy 124, Norton, Alice 65 Norton, Berry 66, 94 Norton, Bonnie 59, 83, 95 Norton, Sandra 73, 95, 105 Nugent, James 46 Nunes, Cynthia 64, 66, 79, 85, 95, 103, 117, 121, 125, 167 Nunes, Erma 70, 71, 95 Nunes, Jane 73, 94, 104 Nunes, Linda 23, 24, 46, 83, 85, 94, 119, 126, 162 Nunn, Barbara 72 Nystrom, Gail 59, 78, 80, 87, 14-3 Nyquist, Gayle 46, 81, as, 94, 101, 160 Nyquist, Terri 73, 94 Ogilvie, David 71, 105, 146 Oliveira, James 73 Oliver, Mary Olson, David 72, 114 Olson, Gary 47, 143, 147 Olson, Pat 47 Olson, Sherrill 59 Olson, Suzanne 72 Omlin, Josephine 60, 83, 124, 125, 126 Omlin, Margaret 71, 104 O'Riley, James 71 Orozco, J ulieta 74, 104 Osbom, Shirley 67 Osborne, Ronald 59, 144, 147 Ostrom, William 72, 79, 114, 14-6 I90 Perkins, Shirley 66, 105 Perry, Perry, Peterson Lydia 67 Margaret 65, 105 Peterson, Charlotte 59, 78, , Betty 47, 78, 124, 126, 158 83, 126, 180 Peterson, Gordon 61, 114, 159 Peterson, Richard 47, 182 Phelps, Jerry Philpott, Bruce 48, 78, 144 Phipps, Mary Plett, Jane 67, 79 89, 91, 114, 125 Plett, Vema 71, 105 Plotkin, Grace 48, 83, 87, 90, 94, 124, 126 Plotkin, Phillip 71, 86, 95, 139 Pool, Sandy 65, 81, 94,'101, 125 Pool, Linda 73, 95, 105, 171 Porter, Gene 4-8, 129, 138, Porter, Jesse 48, 104 Prickett, Paul 72 Pricola, Carolyn 67 Pulliam, Robert 60, 92, 133, 140 Pursley, Shirley 72 Ramos, Alice 72, 79, 105 Rapp, Rapp, Bonnie 73 Loretta 74, 116 Rapp, Sharon 48, 124, 126 Rash, Eddie 61, 130, 144 Read, Karen Read, 157 Wayne 62, ao, 82, 147 84, 107, 129, 144, Rebik, Judith 71, 94, 105 Redding, Donald 66, 92 Redding, Roger,62, 139 Reed, Barbara 71, 79 Reed, Dwight 67, 85, 89, Reed, Fern 81, 101, 126 Reed, Frank 73 Reed, .luanelle 65, 95, 125 Reed, Robert Reeves, Benny Reeves, Jimmy 48 Reeves, Tommy 74 Regas, Pat 48, 81, 101, 104 Reich, Duane 66, 130, 140 Reich, Larry 48 Rekshans, Rasma 48, 90 Renner, Elinor 66 Renner, Elmer 68 Repke, Charlotte 74 Ricardo, Laura 72, 79, 105 94, 111, 114, 143 Richards, Marjie 64, 65, 95, 125, 168 Richert, Elaine 71, 104 Rigsbee, Richard 145, 147 Risell, Charles 71 Ritchey, Margaret 65, 94, 125, 173 Ritchey, Sally 26, 48, 83, 95, 103, 117, 118, 120, 124, 126, 169 Ritter, Geraldine 62, 126 Ritter, Jerry 61, 140, 146 Roach, Darlene 59 Robbins, Shirley 111 Roberson, James 49, 140 Robinson, Jimmy 66, 116, 146, 147 Rocha, George 59, 104, 106, 140 Rocha, Laurence 61, 92 Rocha, Raymond 68, 146 Ronald 72, 134 Rocha, Rodriques, Larry Rodriquez, Grayce 74, 104 Rogers, Bob 65, 133, 145, 147, 172 Roome, William 61 Rose, Lawrence 62 Rose, Tony 49 Rosen, Sharon 59, 104 Rosewall, Janet 49, 78, 80, 89, 95, 124, 126 Ruble, Dianne 71, 105 Ruble, Kathleen 62 Rullman, Barbara 71 Runge, Claudette 73, 105 Runyan, Bobby 24, 66, 134 Runyan, Juanita 74, 95 Runyan, Larry 66 05 Rutishauser, Robert 74, 1 Sahlstrom, Beryl 59, 88, 90, 94, 126 Sanders, Jerry 23, 25, 49, 128, 129, 141, 14-7, 174 Sanders, Linda 59, 88, 104, 124, 126 Sanford, Ruby Sansing, Shirley 65, 104 Santos, Arlen 66, 115 Santos, Kathleen 49, 87, 94, 124, 126 Santos, Mary 60 Santos, Melvin 72, 92, 126 Sarabia, Gloria 95, 105 Sarhad, Ronnie 65, 131, 133, 138, 146, 147 Sartin, Gilbert 49, 93 Sartin, Jerry 73, 92 Sartin, Sue 71 Schaub, Barbara 67 Schiffman, Donald 67, 92 Schmidt, Billy 65, 130 Schmidt, Jim 71, 134,139 Schneider, Sally 95 Schreck, Pat 61, 111 Schubin, J oAun 65, 79, 81, 87, 94, 101 Scudder, Jim 68, 114 Scudder, Lois 72 Sederquist, Loren 61 See, Fred 66 Serena, Alphonso 61 Sergis, Jim Serna, Robert 62, 136, 137 Serpa, Ralph 49, 93 Sevedge, Pat 116 Sexton, Dennis 68, 134, 146 Sexton, Dean 66, 56, 134 Sexton, Robert 49, 81, 88, 100, 120, 150, 151, 152, 153, 156, 173, 174 Seymour, Gary 66 Shabazian, Rosemary 61, 80, 83, 90 Shackelford, Kay 61, 126 Shackelford, Ruby 72 Shaffer, John 59 Shamblin, Gracey 71 Sheldahl, Sharon Shelton, Charlie 72, 116 Shepard, Linda 74 Sheperd, Jimmy 72 Shepherd, Olivia Short, Barbara Shummon, Samuel 60, 128, 129, 147 Shumway, Jim 71, 92 Shumway, John 24, 74 Silva, Dennis 66, 92 Silva, Francis 71 Silva, Jean 68, 104 Silva, Joanne 72 Silveira, Barbara 62, 83, 126 Silveira, Natalie 73, 79 Simmons, Barbara 73 Simpson, Bill 73, 92 Sisk, John 60, 93 Smalley, John 60, 93 Smith, Arlene 49, 33, 95, 103,-117, 119, 124, 162 Smith, Barbara 67 Smith, Charles 50 Smith, Darrel 68, 145 Smith, Don 49, 93 Smith, J arold Smith, Jay 65, 140, 146, 147 Smith, Jerry 66, 133, 134 Smith, Karol 74, 114 Smith, Letitia 73 Smith, Michael Smith, Ron 50, 93 Smith, Thomas 72, 92 Smith, Verla 68, 93, 105 Smithcamp, Ralph 68, 131, 133, 147 Snedigar, Louise 71, 79, 94, 105 Snider, Sharon 65, 125 Soares, Manuel 65 Soares, Margie 71, 105 Sodergren, Ruth 71 Soderquist, Richard 50, 109, 121, 162 Soderstrom, John 61, 87 Solarez, Louie Souza, Dorothy 59, 124, 126, 172 Souza, Lloyd 65, 85, 131, 133, 138, 142, 147 Sparks, J aqueline 61 Sparks, Stan 93 Spengler, Bob 60, 131, 140 Sprinkle, Nancy 50 Stammerjohan, George 50, 92 Statment, Bob 92 Stammerjohan, Marvin 66, 114, 145 Spangler, Robert 133, 147, 173 Steinmeir, Robert 62, 133 Stewart, Gloria 72 Stewart, Judy 71 Stewart, Robert 64, 65, 126 Stickley, Carol 71 Stiles, Douglas 74, 133, 144, 145, 147 Stiles, Robert 64, 67, 129, 140, 147 Stitt, David 71, 89, 134, 140, 146 Stitt, Robert 30, 50, 133, 141, 147, 168 St. Louis, Linda 25, 59, 78, 79, 86, 88, 89, 94, 124, 126, 173 Stockton, Clifford 71 Stone, Jayne 50, 83, 160 Stooksberry, Barbara 62 Storment, Robert 67 Stover, Kay 61, 81, 126 Strom, Mary 59, 94, 114, 126, 170 Sugars, Ronnie 50, 144 Swanson, Linda 67, 79, 95, 159 Swanson, Stanley 61, 87, 89 Sward, Victor 50 Sweet, Larrie 66, 104, 133, 136, 144, 147 Sweeten, Vivian 67, 79, 87, 94, 104, 107 Switzer, Darlene 72 Taft, Allan 72 Tamaraz, Charles 60, 141, 147 Tamraz, Herman 51, 81, 101, 141, 147 Tarone, John 145 Taylor, Johnny 51 Taylor, Melba 51, 85, 126 Teekell, Marilyn 51, 81, 83, 84, 95, 101, 111 Templeton, Lloyd Tennison, Eldis Terrill, Betsy 62, 83, 90, 114 Terrill, Eunice 71, 79 Teves, Ann 51, 90, 95, 167 Thomas, Beverly 61, 114, 158 Thomas, Sandra 65, 95, 115 Thfmggpson, Peter 59, 82, 89, 94, 107, 142 Thompson, Terry 64, 65, 94, 125, 158 Thormodsgaed, James 51, 93 Tillner, Robert 59, 78, 87, 89, 144 Tipton, Jerry Todd, Arthur 60 Todd, Rhea 71 Todd, Stanley 61, 78, 82, 87, 138, 143 Tolleson, Carol 74, 104 Tolleson, Larry 92 Torosian, Richard Trent, Patricia 67, 79, 95 Trotter, Jerry 66 Trout, Marilyn 59 Trout, Robert 51 Truett, Ken 72 Tucker, Janet 73, 105 Turner, Barbara 78 Tusup, Kenneth 73 Ulil, Vivian 51, 83, 85, 86, 90, 95, 124, 126, 77 Ulrich, Jack 67, 79 Umsted, Rex 51 Unruh, Ronnie Ustick, Beth sz, ao, aa, 31, 90, 94, 114, 124, 126 Vaden, Gwendolyn Vanatta, Alan 52, 86, 87 Vanatta, Patricia 61, 83, 90 Vaderford, Richard 72, 134, 143 Van Dyke, Charles 72 Van Dyke, Peggy 62 Van Hook, Russell 73 Va:E5Norrnan, Joyce 67, 79, 86, 89, 91, 94, Van Zitterem, Romona 66 Vargas, Roberta 71, 104 Vasconcellos, Bev 60 Vasconcellos, Ronnie 52, 103, 117, 120, 166 Vaughn, Bob 52, 78, 80, 82, 87 Vaughn, Carlene 104, 106, 111 Venable, Shirley 73 Viarengo, John 52, 82, 165 Vickery, Judith 26, 65, 71, 79, 82, 84, 94, 106, Vieira, Vieira, Vieira, Vieira, Vierra, Vincen 108, 125, 158 Elaine 65, 94, 125 Kathleen 67, 95 Kenneth 60, 93 Lawrence 60, 93, 163 Danny 73, 146 t, Barry 74, 116 Vincent, Fred 73, 114, 142, 162 Vincen Vincen Vinson t, George 52, 169 t, Jim 52, 116, 158 , Harold 60, 93 I9I Wood Vollrath, Dale 24, 25, 60, 128, 129, 140 141, 147 Vrenios, Emie, 25, 59, 82, 86, 87, 103, 107 117 Vrh, Elizabeth-65, 105 Walker, Chuck Walker, Floyd 73 Walker, Henry 61, 93 Walker, Pat Walker, Victor Wallace, Carole 30, 52, 81, 120, 125, 160 Wallace, Linda 60 Wallen, Sybil 60, 104 Wallin, Carolyn 67, 90, 95 Walls, Lesley 74 Waltman, Lois 52, 124, 126 Waltz, Jay 67, 95, 105 Ward, Alvin 59, 138, 141, 168 Warden, Ann 59, 78, 81, 124, 126, 180 Warner, Doris 72, 104 Warren, Jerome 61 as, 100, 109 az, aa, 100 Washburn, Suzanne 73, 94, 105 Watson, Calvin 67, 92 Watson, Donna 71 Watson, Lillian 125 Watson, Melvin 71 Watts, Arleen 95 Wayman, Archie 73 Weaver, Ellen 73, 95, 105 Weiglein, Richard 61, 133, Weise, James 72, 134, 146 Weiss, Lorin 65, 80, 82, 130 Welch, Arthur 73, 134 Welch, Donald 67 Welch, Frances 61 Welch, Orval 71, 79, 142 Wells, Rodney Welsh, Gerald 66 Welsh, John 60, 93 West, Joey 71, 134 West, William Whipkey, Carlene 52, 91, 95 White, Claude 73, 92 White, Meryle Wilkey, Jack 61, 93, 128, 129, Willhite, Dorothy 73, 104 Williams, Edward M. 71 Williams, Edward W. 73 Williams Williams, Kenneth 62 Williams, Lillian 65 Willmirth, Jeanette 61 Wilson, Charles 68, 146 138, 143, 147 140, 144, 147 , Hazel 53, 95, 104, 111 s Wing, Jerry 72, 79, 11 Wingett, Freddie Wise, Janice Wong, Guy 74 Wolfe, Bill 53, 172 Wood Adrian 53 , James 54, 104 4, 146, 167 Wood, Wilbur 53 Woodward, Dolores 74, 105 Woodward, Rita 100, 169 Wright, Gayle 74, 104 Wright, Gloria 72 Wyatt, Jack 59 Wyatt, Nelda 67, 90 Wyatt, Sally 65 Wymar, Eileen 71, 114 1 Yates, Willie 92 Yettman, Carol 73, 91 Yettman, Ronnie 62, 126, 129, 136, 137 161 Yocham, Orville 72, 92 Yohannan, Helen 74, 105 Yonan, Barbara 53, 95, 101, 124, Yonan, Kenneth 68 Wilson, Don 53 Wilson, Jim 24, 25, 53, 78, 80, 81, 82, 84, 95, 100, 107, 111, 121, 145, 183 Winans, Nina 65, 81, 84, 89, 95, 100, 125, 165 I92 Yonan, Sargon 59 York, Linda 74, 104 Young, Bonnie 25, 62, 78, 83, 86, 91, 115, 116, 124, 126 Young, Dale 53, 130 Young, Janelle 53, 83, 94, 124, 126, 177 Young, Kenny 72 Young, Ron 65, 114 Young, Paul 65, 133, 145 Youngblood, Chester 140, 146 Youngblood, Sydney 60, 133, 140, 147 Youngquist, Karen 73, 95, 104 Youngquist, Leroy 67, 128, 136, 137, 142 169 Zaya, Jeff 53 Ziegenhagel, Sharon 54, 78, 80, 82, 87, 95, 166 Zigenis, Bill 71, 92 Zimmerman, Judy 73, 94, 104, 160 Zunino, Gary Zunino, Jim TEACHERS Aaland, John L. 16, 82 Alviso, Eunice A. 16 Antroll, Frederick A. 16, 81, 101 Asell, Geraldine P. 16 Bastien, Bernice M. 16, 88 Bravard, Phillip W. 16 Brunoni, Audrey A. 16, 103 Casstevens, Marilyn T. 16, 103 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M. 16, 93 Corvello, Marie R. 16 Cushman, Catherine 16 Debely, Joseph S. 16, 143, 144, 147 Duarte, Joe 16 Duckworth-Ford, Robert 17 Faugsted, George E. 16 Ferdinandsen, Paul K. 16, 132, 143 Ferrell, Rex W. 16, 86 Fields, Helen 17 Goldstein, Donald C. 17, 138, 146 Hall, Donald M. 17, 92 Hohenthal, Helen A. 17 Johnson, Lester W. 17 Jones, Judeele M. 17 Keesey, Vincent K. 17, 82 Lacampagne, Robert J. 17, 84, 85 Lee, Harriet R. 17 Lungren, Archie V. l7 Manha, Vivian A. 15, 78 Marks, George 15 Mezzapelle, Joseph 17, 87 Morell, Blanche H. 17, 80 Morrison, Joan W. 19 Niland, Fannie G. 17 Nolt, James L. 17 Parker, Lewis K. 17, 92 Parks, Robert F. 18 Pedretti, Ezio A. 18, 132, 142, 147 Pitau, Vernon O. 18 Pitman, John H. 9, 11 Presto, Joseph V. 18, 87 Puccinelli, Jane 18 Ratzlaff, Leslie L. 18, 128, 131, 141 Rodkey, Estha M. 18 Rowland, Sattley C. 18 Sargis, Samuel 18 Sateren, Sylvia B. 183 104, 105 Schmidt, Arthur J. 18 Spahnle, Donald R. 18 Thorsen, Esther S. 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