Turlock High School - Alert Yearbook (Turlock, CA)

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5 Q , xx 'Y x o LU! This Book Belongs to T ne Annual Yearbook Staff Of Turlock High School Presents the 1958 C1' I Alert Staff ADVISOR ........... ..... M r. P. O. Olson EDITOR ................ .... A nn Warden ASSISTANT EDITOR ......... Nina Wfinans COPY AND PICTURE EDITOR ................. Charlotte Peterson ART EDITOR .............. Dolores Largent BUSINESS MANAGER ......... Carol Carter PHOTOGRAPHERS .......... Gail Nystrom Rita Woodward CLASSES ......... Bev Fiorini, Cynthia Nunes ORGANIZATIONS .......... Jacque Peffers Berma Davenport ACTIVITIES ............ Mary Frances Strom Marilyn Mowrer SPORTS ..... ..... J ohn Shaffer Bill Roome SN APS ............... .... M arjie Richards ADVERTISEMENTS ........ Sherrill Knutsen Linda St. Louis GENERAL ASSISTANT ....... Carol Yettman 4 Table of Contents Title Page ...... Staff .............. Senior Message ..... Foreword ........ Dedication ............ Administration ........... Student Body President .... Student Body Officers .... Executive Council ..... Club Council ..... Girls' League ..... Boys' Federation. . . Classes ........... Organizations .... Activities ....... Sports .......... Snaps ............. Advertisements ..... Advertising Index .... Student Index ...... 5 3 4 6 7 8 81 9 10- 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26- 77 78-101 102-127 128-155 156-165 164-196 . . . . 197 198-208 john H. Pittman Principal's Message MEMORIES "This memory brightens o'er the past, As when the sun concealed Behind some cloud that near us hangs, Shines on a distant field." ---Longfellow, A GLEAM OF SUNSHINE During your High School career you observed the construction of nine building projects costing S925,000, a 20170 enrollment increase, and the completion of 50 years of service to youth at Turlock High School. You acquired many intangible values and satisfaction from increased knowledge and development of abilities. lt is my hope that your memories of Turlock High School will be for the most part memories of happy, shining hours. The man whose increase of contentment is most assured is the one who has discovered how to enjoy his past. Learn to forgive yourself in sane charity. The things you did wrong, the failures and mistakes, consider them as part of the tutelage of destiny. What has happened to you has happened to all men. The question is, will you cull from it flowers or thoms? If you face life with a courageous heart your memory will aid you, and bring you stores of happy incidents. As you balance debt and credit, I pray you will find a surplus of happiness. 6 --John H. Pitman Superintendent and Principal Lil .haf if-r ESE-Hg MINI, 1n11"l1r null: mlm alll' sq! lllll,,Q llilluw QWGQHI' .ginggu xy' vnulp --- ' ---' 9 -1-' I '--' D "- it - l- - ll - i 5 --5-....g 3 3 3 3 lrglzl llll 1o1v- s unnn ...... . -1. vuvuu nun u ur! :nun q 1111111 nL, se ei t it X I Foreword Time passes so quickly and - sadly - cannot be recalled. Before we realize it, our youthful days will pass from months to years and we shall find ourselves drawing slowly away from the friends and familiar surroundings to which we are accustomed now. As the years progress, our only recollection of these times will be preserved in our "Mem- ories." Soon, as time passes, our memories will blur and fade until recollection will prove vague and incomplete. This is the purpose of the "Alert," to aid you in bringing your memory back to its past glory. We sincerely hope our book will keep your won- derful years at Turlock High School alive forever, enlightening your present and brightening your future. ..- 0 ,Q 'lv' 1 7 I 0 5+ :M -V ,X W 4. Q 'R K, N 1' e ,gf H 4 6 F " Q s ,nl i3y,,?,6,. -7 -.Y '- 'M' z . sue -fx ..,,, "F" ' svn' -wa. V.. .gms Uk - vi 5 'ff 3 3 '? 1 'ln 'X 5 Q ghvx 1 r :,g,ig,.:m..LT. 'L . un - Q QQQQS3' s.Qg.f": - 'IK Ns if 'Q f VA, N WTSESF W i ,fan N, 4 0 x,k,g K- ., ,N Q. '. vf if -gr KK as .3 I , I I 1- A teacher's task is a difficult one and success for them is not easily won, Time and hard work is the price they pay X But by their patience the make us learn Y and a place in our memories they nobly earn to instruct and teach students day by day. 1 S ff Dolan L QW ,gif Board of Trustees In the American scheme of things, the schools are controlled locally. Each com- munity calls upon a few of its citizens each year to serve - without pay - as trust- ees. Turlock High School is fortunate that the five men pictured here now are giving selfless, successful devotion to the interests of the school and community. Mr. Carroll Adams, Mr. Kenneth Monteith, Mr. Henry Weiss, Mr. John Swenson, Chalirmang Mr. Ted Brown 12 Sv, Q 'af T' M ,cf- Dean of Girls Esther Thorsen This year, Miss Thorsen took on the re- sponsibilities and duties of Dean of Girls, position relinquished for a year by Miss Manha, who taught in England. Miss Thorsen met her obligations capablyg her understanding and wisdom have con- tributed much to the success of the school year. Dean of Boys George Marks Mr. Marks has, this year as formerly, busied himself with four positions: Vice Principal, Dean of Boys, Registrar, and Director of Student Activities, As far as it is humanly possible, Mr. Marks tirelessly strives to divide his time and energies so that student welfare and en- thusiasm at Turlock High School remain at a high level. 'GI' I' 'l .- , g Ax 1 'P 1 il K 1 0 Q S sw Y' 5 Q4 X55 3 g ? fi +5 - 1 -.gig KM 1 Q Q, Q vi A Q . M5 f. Y. A :..zfi?l',,Q xx ' r" K4 -r . , , M , .. , .f Q 1- 'i Q2 , , , Y ,, if . ff? V. Q sfw F . x X X l N 4 x as P. :i if 1 v'Q5 W -53x is kglb Home Economics Mrs. M. Judelle, Mrs. Gcraldene Ascll, Mrs. Billie Graham. Art and Music Mr. Jean Tyrcc, Mrs. Bernice Bas- tien, Mrs. Sylvia Sateren, Mr. John Wing. J' T Boys' Physical Education Mr. Leslie Ratzlaff, Mr. Edward Jalli, Mr. Joe Debely, Mr. Don Gold- stein, Mr. Vernon Pitau, Mr. Ezio Pcdretti. iw.. 3 ' 7 J' f L pf- Nj X, H xy N Y X 6. 5 .Sz x , :fri L as SES. x g Q 'iiffif -QA v' 1 2 1: s Q b ., - my . , y A QR wh-X3 :QV ., vm. M 2f1f?,iji .L K ' if iilvgk Office Staff Mrs. Flora Gregory, lv. Rachel Larson, Mrs. Dorothy Lindberg, Mrs. Ruth Holveck, Mrs. lvanna Williams, Mrs. Carol Ann Lundell, Miss Lorraine Johnson Medical Staff Mrs. Betty Mowrer, Dr. James Collins Transportation Staff FIRST ROW: Samuel Ferguson, Glenn E. Jorgen son, Carl Johnson, George Anderson, Edwin Carson. SECOND ROW: Henry Olson, Melvin Clark, Francis Casteel, Donald Spahnle. Cafeteria Staff FIRST ROW: Mrs. Pearl Waline, Mrs. Ruth Strickland, Mrs. Caroline Duffy, Mrs. Helga Berlau, Mrs. Alma Young. SEC- OND ROW: Mrs. Ida Gus- tafson, Mrs. Gladys Schmidt, Miss Armie Erickson, Mrs. Vashti Kennedy. Custodians FIRST RCW: Mr. Joseph Moore, Mr. George Browning, Mr. Art Ward, Mr. Charles Moore, Mr. Willard Ford. SECOND ROW: Mr. Arby Hoobyar, Mr. Fred Haarberg, Mr. Glen Browning, Mr. Paul Terrell. Librarians Mrs. Harriet Lee, Miss Shirley Bennett Student Body President ,ffavl 5 if Much of high school life will be forgotten as we strive for goals of the future. Yet the personal and tech nical knowledge we have gained will always be with us, aiding our judgement and determining our lives. We must be thankful for the opportunities we have been given to better ourselves these past few years. Our Student Body has been successful because we students have worked, taken advantage of op- portunity, and therefore contributed to our schoo1's spirit, reputation, and welfare. Serving as Student Body President the past year has been a valued privilege. Richard Larson 20 Student Body Officers """' ' g- " A AEI' Dale Vollrath Vice President Berma Davenport Linda Carr Rally Commissioner Secretary Marjie Richards Maxine Kane Social Commissioner Treasurer 21 Executive Council Student government at Turlock High School isrchiefly the responsi- bility ofthe Executive Council. This year's Student Body Officers-- Richard Larson, Dale Vollrath, Linda Carr, Maxine Kane, Berma Davenport, and Marjie Richards--successfully led the Council in a year of achievement and progress. qs? STANDING: Gerald Vierra, Sue Washburn, Linda Hardin, Berma Davenport, Wayne Read, Dale Vollrath, Jack Ulrich, Marjie Richards, Ann Warden, and Ronnie Sarhad. SEATHJ: Bonnie Young, Linda St. Louis, Liane Husby, Linda Carr, Richard Larson, Maxine Kane, Judy Vickrey, Sharon Snider, and Cynthia Nunes. Dave Fox absent from picture. 22 Club Council The Club Council, composed of representatives of all campus organ- izations, has been very active this year. Under the able chairmanship of Dale Vollrath, the group has helped build school spirit, form a concession schedule for all football and basketball games, and plan the sponsorship of All-School Dances. STANDING: Gene Lobo, Jerry Higlifill, Wayne Read, Linda Hardin, Clare Carlson, Peggy Huffman, Linda St. Louis, Dick Cearhart, and Charles Crivelli. SEATHD: Mike Kirkes, Rudy Hernandez, Elaine Vierra, Liane Husby, Bonnie Young, Dale Vollrath, Janet Kirby, Mary Gail Matthews, Kathy Marklcy, and Cynthia Nunes. 23 Girls' League While most things are done no-ediicxilioiially here a1'l'iirIock High School, the girls get togeiher fwithoiil boysj iii mass iiicetiiigs ocea- sionaliy. 'l'his is one of the pi1rposcsofGirls' lr-agiic. I'he orguiiizalioii sprmiisored gi coke party for the fresliiiicii, a Cliocolaur Iloiir, an assuiiiluly, and a Ilisliioii slim-J this year. .aw YQ' , ,fl j. Toni Hatch, Vice President, Margie Brown, Secretary, Linda Hardin, President, and Sandi Dill, Treasurer 24 Boys' Federation Ikiul Myers presided over the Boys' Federation this year. James Liirle was vice-president, and Larry Barnes served as seeretury-treasurer. All boys in the school belong to the federation. This group is available to aid any other school Club or activity at any time. NN' aff' fi"--e James Little, Paul Myers, and Larry Barnes 25 C mbdmmib Our students are schooled in classroom sessions With teachers, textbooks, and often discussions We strive to learn at a continuous pace, But friendship, as usual, finds its place, And between school gatherings and outside dates, Our memories are tied to our classmates. M du . agp ' '75 Yell Leader Secretary ZW re asurer 5' RONNIE YETTMAN ANN HILLIS ' ps 1 ixr f, President JERRY HIGHFILL 1 A I S V ill Yell Leader JACQUE PEFF ERS Sf A- A ,fin . Q f ' Q44 . .... :M Vice President JIM FORTE Q, ,'v, .1 .- .ul -' ' - Q ri'-1 144 ALLEN ABRAHAM RONALD ALLEN Football 2,43 Track 1,2, Football 2,43 Track 23 3,43 Wrestling 43 FFA 13 Block "T" 3,4. Science Club 1. MARLEN ANDERSON GAA 3,43 Pep Club 33 Clarion 33 30 Club 33 Tri Angle Y 3,43 Science Club 3,4. BEVERLY ANDERSON Pep Club 3,43 Commercial Club 2,43 Junior States- man 4. ARMANDO AYALA BOB ARROLLO JOHN ATWOOD Football 1,2,33 Basketball Science Club 2,3,-4, Mixed Football 1,23 Wrestling l,2,33 Baseball 1,2,33 Chorus 1. 1,2, Science Club 1. Block "T" 1,2,3,-1. CAROL ANDERSON GAA 1,2,3,43 Beta Tau Sigma 43 Senior Band l,2,3,43 CSF 3,43 Latin Club 23 Photo Club 2,3,43 Secretary 43 Tri Circle Y 3,43 Nonettes 3,43 Pep Club 3,43 Commerical Club 3,-1. LOREN ANDRUS Science Club 1,2,3,4, Chess Club 3,43 Mens' Clee 13 Christmas Pageant 33 Transfer from Pleasant Hill. JOSEPH BABA Science Club 2,3,-13 Vice President 23 Track lg Wrestling 2,33 Tennis 2,3 Senior Orchestra 2,3,4. EVELYN BABB BILL BALDO JERRY BALSWICK RICHARD BALSWICK Transfer from Lindsay, Camera Club lg Transfer Tennis 2,3,45 Block "T" 43 52Hi01' Band 2,3,4s Foot- GAA l. from Stockton. Forensics 4. ball 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2, LARRY BARNES Football 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Thespians 2,3,43 All School Play 2,33 Clar- ion 49 30 Club 4, Secre- tary Treasurer of Boys' Federation 45 Track 1,2, 3,43 Forensics 4. BARBARA BARTLETT Transfer from Arizona, Pan-American Club 1, Rep. to Student Council 1, FHA 1. BETTY BASHOR Treble Clef 4. MARILYN BFATTY CSF 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 2,3,43 Chairman 43 Photo Club 3,45 Alert 23 30 Club 25 Junior Statesman 45 Commercial Club 4. 3,45 Block "T" a,4. LOIS BARTH GAA 1,2,3,4g Correspond- ing Secretary 45 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Photo Club 3,4 Rep. to Club Council 3, Treasurer 45 Commercial Club 3,43 Tri Circle Y 3,4 CSF 2,3,4, Senior Band l,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,4. BILL BEETS Track 1. BEVERLY BENGE Science Club 43 GAA 1. Jo ELLEN mzwuzv csF 2,a,43 GAA 1,2,a,4, Beta Tau Sigma 43 Com- mercial Club 3,43 Tri Angle Y 3,43 President 43 Club Council 33 Mixed Chorus 1. VERONICA BETTENCOURT CSF 2,33 GAA 1,2,3,43 Beta Tau Sigma 43 Photo Club 3,43 Treasurer 33 Commercial Club 3,43 Pep Club l,2,3,43 Senior Band l,2,3,4. LEROY BETTINCOURT FFA 1,z,a,4,Tem11s 1. LORRAINE BETTINCOURT CSF 13 GAA l,2,3,43 Beta Tau Sigma 3,43 Pep Club 3,4. STEVE BIRCHALL Wrestling 2,3343 Tennis l,2,3,43 Forensics 2,33 Junior Statesman 43 Block "T" 4: Photo Club 1. JUDIE BLAIR Pep Club 2,33 CSF 1,2,33 JOE BLANC Smock and Tam 2,3,4Q DONALD BLAKELY Latin Club 2,3,4, Science ARRAHWANNA BLOUNT GAA l,2,3,43 Beta Tau Senior Band l,2,3,43 Pep Club 3,45 CSF 1,43 Foren- GAA 13 FBLA 13 Transfer Sigma 43 Girls' Glee 1. Club 33 Science Club 3. sics 4. from Livingston. RITA BOWMAN Transfer from Iowa. Bas- ketball 35 Junior Prom Committee 3. LAURAINE BROOKS Pep Club 2,3,-13 Choir 25 Forensics 4g GAA 15 Clarion 35 30 Club 33 All School Play 45 Treble Clef 4. DONNA BROWN Photo Club Ig Mixed Cho- rus 1, GAA 1,2,3,4g Choir 23 Beta Tau Sigma 4. JO BOX NORMAN BRAZIL OLENE BRONSON GAA 1,2,3. Boys' Federation I,2,3,4. Girls' League 1,2,3,4. CAROLYN BROOM Treble Clef 3s Girls' Glee 13 Pep Club 3. RONALD BROWN TRUMAN BUTLER PATRICIA CARDOZA FFA 1,2,3,4. Boys' Federation 1,2,3,4. Girls' League 1,2,3,4. is I-fills LARE CARLSON AA 1,2,3,45 Executive ard 3,45 Beta Tau Sigma ,45 Vice President 35 oto Club 2,3,45 Secre- ary 35 Commercial Club 5 Tri Circle Y 2,3,45 CSF ,45 Senior Band 1,25 Pep lub 3,45 Club Council ,4. MARIAN CARLSTROM Pep Club 4. AROL CARTER SF 2,3545 Mixed Chorus 5 Commercial Club 35 lert 3,45 30 Club 3,45 cience Club 4. JOANNE CARLSON LaVERN CARLSON CSF 1,2. Football 2,3545 Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 354. DORA CARTER ORA CARTER Girls' League 1,2,3,4. GAA 1,25 Girls' Glee 1. LORETTA CARLSON Pep Club 2,3,4, GAA 1,25 Choir 2,3545 Clarion 45 30 Club 45 Mixed Cho- rus 1. LINDA CARR GAA 1,2,3,-45 Class Sec- retary 35 CSF 25 Forensics 45 Junior Statesmen 3,45 Commercial Club 25 Oz Club 2,3,4, Secretary 35 Photo Club 2,3,45 Smock and Tam 253,45 Vice Pres ident 35 Pep Club 2,35 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Stu- dent Body Song Leader 25 Rally Committee 25 Latin Club 2,3,45 Secre- tary 25 Student Body Sec- retary 4. TERRY CECIL Honor Roll 1. Transfer from Bakersfield. 13 .5 N 1 RON CHAMBERS FFA 1,2. LARRY CHRISTOFFERSEN Block "T" 3,43 Football 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,33 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Band 1. RONNIE COOPER CSF 3,43 Science Club 43 Golf 1,2,3,4, Block "T" 4. NELDA CHANDLER GAA 1,23 Pep Club 3,4' A11 School Play 2, Girlg' Glee 1. BARBARA CHRISTENSEN Reserve Drill Team 13 Drill Team 23 Transfer from Downey, Glee Club 23 Transfer from Ceres3 Pep Club 3. i STAN COPELAND Football 1,2,3,43 Wrest.. ling 33 Block "T" 3,4. DWIGHT CORSAUT FFA 1,2,3,4. JAMES CHRISTMAN Senior Orchestra 2. LUCILLE COOPER Latin Club 2,33 Vice Pres- ident 33 Mixed Chorus li Chess Club 33 Vice Presi- dent 3g GAA 1,23 A11 School Play 33 All School Play Smdent Director 43 Asilomar 33 Oz Club 33 Thespians 43 Photo Club 2,33 CSF 2,3,43 Forensics 2,3,4. DONALD COX Senior Orchestra 23 Track 1. SHIRLEY COX VIVIAN CRABTREE DOUGLAS CRAIN Pep Club 35 Girls' Glee 4. Girls' League 1,2,3,4. Football 15 Science Club 1. KEITH CROSSMAN Football 1,2,3,-15 Track nga LYNNE CROWELL Commercial Club 3,-15 Song Leader 35 Pep Club 2,35 Smock and Tam 3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 45 GAA 1,2,3,-15 Rally Committee 35 Christmas Pageant 2. HHUPDAMAS WAIQQA. 5 ELY DANIEL Football 1,25 Baseball 1,2535-15 Block "T" 3,45 Wrestling 152. CHARLES CRIVELLI FFA 1,253,115 President 35 Rep. to Club Council 25 Rep. to Executive Coun- cil -1. JAMES CROW Forensics 3,45 President 4 Junior Statesman 3,-15 Treasurer 45 Thespians 1,2,3,-15 Rep. to Club Council 35 30 Club 3,45 Clarion 3545 Latin Club 2,35 Choir 15 All School Play 1,3,45 Executive Council 3. ROBERT DANIEL CSF l,2,3,-L5 Photo Club 2,35-15 Treasurer 35 Latin Club 253,45 Science Club 3.-l. Rik' . E 'bvnd HERMAN DAVENPORT DONA DAVIS DICK DIAS VIRGINIA DIAZ FFA 1,24 Football 2,43 Forensics 2, Girls' Glee 4. Football 1,45 Wrestling 1,4. Transfer from Tulareg CAA Basketball 33 Track 2,3,4. DONIE DICKINSON Forensics 2,3. DONALD DOW NANCY DOO Tennis 2g Baseball 3,43 Girls' League 1,2,3,4. Track 1, LOUISE EAST GAA 1,2,3,4g Beta Tau Sigma 45 Pep Club 3, Science Club l,2,3g Girls' Glee lg Clarion 25 30 Club 2. 3. SAUNDRA DILL Glee Club lg Pep Club 2,3,4g Tri Circle Y 2,3,45 Secretary Treasurer 2, President 35 GAA 2,33 Song Leader 4, All School Play 45 Girls' League Treasurer 43 FFA Sweet- heart Attendant 1. PATRICIA ELLERBY GAA lg Tri Circle Y 4 EDWARD ELLIOTT PEGGY ELLIS BETTY EMMONS JOE ERICKSON FFA 1,25 Reporter 25 GAA 2,3,45 Recording Girls' Glee 1. FFA 1. Chaplain 25 CSF 1,25 Secretary 45 Beta Tau Science Club 45 Junior Sigma 45 Latin Club 2,3,45 Statesmen 4. AGNES ESHOO Tri Angle Y 2,3,45 Rep. to Club Council 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Smock and Tam 3,45 Forensics 45 , Christmas Pageant 3. JOHN FARLINGER FFA 1. Girls' Glee 1. SUSAN FERNANDES Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Tri Angle Y 2,3,45 Rep. to Club Council 35 Com- mercial Club 3,45 CSF 2,35 Senior Band 2,3,45 All County Band 35 Majorette 2,35 Head Majorette 45 Mixed Chorus 1. BEVERLY FIORINI GAA 1,2,3,45 vice President 35 President 45 Club Council 3, Secretary 35 Oz Club 3,4, President 35 Class Secretary 35 Student Body Yell Leader 45 CSF 2,35 Rally Committee 45 Commercial Club 3,45 Alert 3,45 ao Club 3,45 Smock and Tam 45 Beta Tau Sigma 2,3,45 Executive Council 35 Forensics 35 Pep Club 3,4. 1 JEAN EYRE Mixed Chorus 45 GAA 1. RALPH FORRETTE FFA 1,2,3. 'A JIM FORTE CSF lj Class Vice Presi- dent 4s Football 13233343 Baseball l,2,3,43 Basket- ball 1,2333 Block "T" 3,43 Wrestling 4. JIM GARNER Track 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43'I'hespians1,2,3,43 All School Play 3,4. RICHARD GEARHART CSF 13233343 Junior States- man 43 Science Club 3,43 Rep. to Club Council 4s Latin Club 2,3343 Treas- urer 2. iV W, . DAVID FOX Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,23 Baseball 3,43 Wrest- ling 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 1,2,3,43 Forensics 2,3343 CSF 33 Junior Statesman 3,43 Rep. to Club Council 43 Rep. to Executive Council 43 Rep. to Boys' State 3. SANDRA CANT Girls' League 1,2,3,4. KAREN GENSEAL NORMA CEE GAA 13233343 Beta Tau GAA 13233343 Beta Tau Sigma 2,3343 Oz Club Sigma 3,43 Commercial 2,3,43 CSF 23 Commercial Club 3. Club 3,45 Treasurer 4. ,g Ji, . - Sw s 'affix Q Ms.-, ll LONNIE GARDNER Science Club 43 CSF 4. ARVEL GATEWOOD Photo Club 13 Football 1. SHIRLEY GILL Science Club 233,43 Rep. to Club Council 33 Pep Club 2,33 Smock and Tam 3,45 Secretary-Treasurer4 Forensics 43 Beta Tau Sigma 2,3343 Assembly Committee 3. osx EUGENE GLASER EDDIE GOLDSMITH PEGGY GOIDSMITH RONALD GONSALVES Boys' Federation 1,2,3,4. Track 25 Wrestling 1. GAA 1,25 Tri Hi Y 25 Senior Band 15 Baseball 1, RICHARD G RANBERG CSF 25 Science Club 3,4. ARD ELL G ROSE Football 1. INELYN HAARBERG Senior Orchestra 1,2,35 Secretary 35 President 45 Smock and Tam 2,3,45 Photo Club 43 Science Club 43 Pep Club 3,45 GAA 1,2,3,-13 Beta Tau Sigma 3,4. Girls' Glee 2. BEVERLY HANSEN Pep Club 3s Girls' Glee 15 Treble Clef 43 Forensics 2,3,4g Secretary 4. Football 3. STANLEY GREGORY Senior Band 1,2,3g CSF 1,2,3. LARRY I-IARBISON Transfer from Washingtong Football 1,23 Baseball 1,25 Track 13 Science Club 1,2 LINDA HARDIN Asilomar 35 CSF 2535 Secy. 35 Jr. Statesman 45 Girls' League Pres. 45 Secy. 35 Pep Club 1525354 Chairman 25 Attendance Secy. 35 Sr. Band 15253545 Club Council Rep. 45 All Co. Band 253545 Orchestra 15253545 GAA 15253545 5 Beta Tau Sigma 253545 Executive Council 45 Oz Club 1525 Pres. 25 Thes- pians 253545 Secretary Treasurer 45 All School Play 4, CLARK HAWKSWORTH Senior Band 1545 FFA 15253545 Secretary 45 Chaplain 25 Photo Club 45 Chess Club 254. RUDY HERNANDEZ Football 15253545 Basket- ball 25 Track 15253545 Wrestling 2545 Block "T" 3545 Pep Club 25 Choir 4. JOE HARDWICK Football 15253545 Basket- ball 15253545 Baseball 152545 Track 35 Boys' Federation Rep. 1,25 Class Vice President 3. JERRY HIGHFILL Science Club 3545 Foot- ball l,253545 Class Yell Leader 35 Class Presidcnt45 Track 35 Block "T" 3545 Wrestling 15 Skin Diving Club 2. D J' is JIM HARLAN Football 15253545 Basket- ball 152535 Track 152535 Band 1525 Class Yell Lead- er 2, Brock '-T" 354. GARY HILL Transfer from Livingston5 Oz Club 253545 Reporter 35 Football 253545 Wrest- ling 3545 Baseball 254. :- DAN HARRIS Football l52545 Baseball 25 Oz Club 152545 Latin Club 253. JACK HAYES Football 1525 Basketball 1525 Baseball 25 FFA 25 Hi Y 25 Golden "O" 25 Transfer from Washington Football 35 Track 3. ANN HILLIS GAA 15253545 Recording Secretary 35 Beta Tau Sigma 3545 Class Secre- tary Treasurer 45 Smock and Tam 253545 Student Body Yell Leader 45 Pep Club 354. CHRISTIE HILLS GAA 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 45 Girls' Glee 15 Commercial Club 4. LIANE HUSBY GAA 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 3545 Girls' League Rep. 2,45 Executive Council 3,45 Rally Com- missioner 35 Oz Club 1,25 Band 1,25 Thespians 3,45 Rep. to Club Council 45 CSF 12 Secretar 2- 1 J Y 1 Tri Hi Y 25 Forensics 3,45 Choir 3,45 Nonettes 3,45 Pep Club 15253545 Chair- man 25 Attendance Secre tary 45 Girls' State 35 Smock and Tam 45 Rally Committee 35 Operetta 3. KAREN HOFFMAN GAA 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Nonettes 35 Senior Orchestra 15 Pep Club 35 Girls' Glee 15 Choir 253,45 CSF 253,45 Operctta 3,45 All School Play 45 Treble Clef 15 Choir Student Director 4. JAMES HOWARD PEGGY HUFFMAN FAA 15253,-1, Reporter 35 fri Angle Y 2,3545 Vice Vice President 35 Presi- President 3,45 Commercial dent 45 Track 2. Club 3,45 Corresponding Secretary 35 Rep. to Club Council 4. ROBERT ISAAC Senior Orchestra 1,2535-45 Librarian 25 Secretary 4. ELAINE JACOBS RICHARD JEROME GAA 2,3545 Beta Tau Photo Club 2,3,45 Presi- Sigmu 45 Commercial DOUGLAS JENSEN dent 25 Clarion 253,45 CSF Club 2,3545 Recording MARY JAHN FAA 15 Smock and Tam 152,35 Science Club 3545 Secretary 45 Pep Club 3,4. GAA 2,3545 Tri Angle Y 3. 253. 30 Club 253545 Alert 3. KBSIN ETH JOHNSON LOIS JOHNSON ROSEIT A JO!-NSON STANLEY JOHNSON Chess Club 45 Science GAA 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Girls' League 1,2,3,4. Boys' Federation l,2,3,4. Club 45 Forensics 35 1,25 Treble Clef 35 Football 1. Choir 45 Tri Hi Y 25 Tri NORMA JONES CAA 15 Glee Club 1 MAXINE KANE Student Body Treas. 45 Assembly Comm. 25 Exec. Council 2,3,45 Junior Statesman 2,3,45 C.S.F. l,2,3,45 Nonettes 3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Photo Club 2,3,45 Science Club 1,2,3,45 Chess Club 3,4, Sec. 45 'rn Hi Y 1,2,3,45 vice Pres. 25 Pep Club 2,3,4, Chairman 45 Mixed Cho- rus 15 Choir 253,45 Oper- Angle Y 354, Vice Presi- dent 3, Secretary Treas- urer 45 Pep Club 2,3. CHARLENE KEPHART Commercial Club 3,45 Smock and Tam 3,4, LYNDA JULIEN C.S.l"'. 1,2,3,45 Science Club 2, 3,45 Latin Club 2,3,4, Secretary 35 Pep Club 2,3545 Commercial Club 2,35 Photo Club 253,45 Operetta 3. etta 35 Vice Pres. 45 Club Vice President 45 GAA LEE KING - Council 3,45 Forensics 45 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma Football 1,2,35 Basketball Asilomar 35 A11 School 3,45 C.S.F. 3,45 Pep BARBARA KHINOO 2,45 Baseball 1,25 Track Play 4. Club 1,2,3,4. Girls' League 1,2,3,4. 3,45 Block "T" 4. JANET KIRBY Mixed Chorus 15 Tri Angle Y 3,4, Secretary 35 Rep. to Club Council 45 Commercial Club 3,4, Vice President 45 C.S.F. 3. MERLE KRONBERC Football 1,2,45 Basket- ball 25 Baseball 2,3,4. LENA LANKFORD Girls' League l,2,3,4. all 1 Q7 GARY KIRKES Football 2,35 Wrestling 1 Track 152,35 Block "T" 3,4. AVO SHERRILL KNUTSEN Majorette 153,45 Smock and Tam 45 Commercial Club 2,3,4, Vice Presi- dent 35 GAA l,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Song Leader 25 Rally Committee 25 Alert 45 30 Club 45 Ex- ecutive Council 25 Band l,3,4. f 515, DOLORES LARGENT GAA l,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 45 Commercial Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 3,4, Chairman 45 Alert Art Editor 45 Smock and Tam 3,4, President 45 Junior Statesman 45 C.S.F. 45 30 Club 4, ELAINE IARSON Forensics 3. ALBERT KOPECKI FFA 1,2,:s. MARILYN LACKNER Tri Circle Y 2,3,4, President 45 GAA l,2, 3,45 Beta Tau Sigma4. JANICE LARSON I Senior Band 15 C.S.F. 25 Forensics 3,45 30 Club 45 Clarion 4. RAYMOND LARSON Boys' Federation 1,2,3,4. MARY LEE LEWIS Girls' Glee 15 Choir 2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Commercial Club 3,4 Beta Tau Sigma 2,3,4 All School Play 4. JAMES LITT LE FFA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Reporter 2,3,45 Boys' Federation Vice Presi- dent 45 Forensics 3,45 Track 2,45 Wrestling 4. RICHARD LARSON Class President 15 Class Yell Leader 25 Forensics 2,3,45 Junior Statesman 2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Rep. to Executive Coun- cil 35 C.S.F. 45 Student Body President 4. JOHNNIE LEMONS Tri Angle Y 3,4. AINLA LOETHEN Transfer from J efferson5 Pepettes 1,25 Majorette 25 "B" Honor Roll 1,25 Citizenship Club 15 Sec- retary 1. NICACIO LUCERO Football l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45 Block "T" 3,4. DOUG LEWIS Football 15 Basketball 1. FRED LILES Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JAMES LYON Football 1,35 Baseball 1,3,45 Wrestling 45 Block :ITM 3,4. ANITA MACEDO Pep Club 45 Forensics 3,45 Christmas Pageant 35 All School Play 3. BILLY MARTIN Baseball 25 Football 4. LOUISA MARTIN Beta Tau Sigma 2,3,43 GAA 1,2,3,4p Commer- cial Club 3,4g Girls' Glee lg Pep Club 25 Band lg All School Play 4. STAN MALES Transfer from Modesto, Football 1,25 FFA 1,2,3. ABE MARES Football 1,2,3,4g Basket- ball 1,2,3,4g Track l,2, 3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, Vice President 29 Class Yell Leader 3. MARGARET MARTIN Girls' League 1,2,3,4. RAY'MARTlNEZ Football l,2,3,45 Wres- tling 1,2,3,45 Baseball l,2, Block "T" 3,4, Vice Pres- ident 4. JUDY MARSHALL Oz Club 3,45 Smock and Tam 4. FRANK MARTIN FFA l,2,3,4g Football 3. MARY GAIL MATHEWS GAA l,2,3,4, Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Choir 45 Rep. to Club Council 45 Latin Club 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,35 OzClub 1,2,3,4 Treble Clef 1. 1 u JACKSON MAYBERRY BECKY McCART TOM McCAUl.EY RICHARD McCOUN Football 1,2,3,45 Bas- Transfer from Willow Football 1,2,3,4. Basketball l,2,35 Track ketball Manager 3,45 Creek5 Girls' League 3,4. 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Block Thespians 2,3,4. IITII 4. BRUCE McMIl.l.l:'.N C.S.F. l,2,3,45 Senior Band l,2,3,45 Drum Major 3,45 Pep Band 2,35 ZELLA MCLAUGHLIN Alert 35 Executive Coun- cil 35 Club Council 35 Latin Club 2,35 Tennis 2,3,45 30 Club 35 Science Club 4. Girls' Glee 1. ORGIL McVAY Football 1,2,3,45 Wres- PAUL McNU'l'T rung 2,a,45 Track l,2,3,45 JERRY MEAD FRANK MELLO FFA 25 Chess Club 3. 3,45 Oz Club 1. FFA 1,2,3,4. FFA l,2,3,4. MANUEL MELLO PATRICIA MERCER BARBARA MERRILL DALE MERRYMAN FFA 1, Football 2. GAA 1,2,3,4g Beta Tau Choir 2,3,4g Operetta 35 Latin Club 2- Sigma 4, Commercial C.S.F. 1, Christmas SHARON MIDDLETON CAA 3,43 Pep Club 3, Smock and Tam 45 Commercial Club 4. DON MORROW Senior Orchestra 2. 45 Club 3,49 Forensics 35 Smock and Tam 4. Pageant l,2,3. MYRL MOTSINGER Oz Club 3,4, Vice Pres- ident 3, President 45 Baseball 1,2,3,4, Bas- ketball l,2,3,4g Foot- ball l,2,3g Block "T" 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, Class Yell Leader 15 Clarion 4. MARILYN MOWRER C.S.F. 33 Smock and Tam 1,2,3,4, Secretary 35 Pep Club 3,45 Mixed Chonrs lg Treble Clef 1, Alert 45 30 Club 4, Assembly Committee 4. WANDA MOON GAA 1,2,3,4, Beta Tau Sigma 2,3,4, Forensics 2,3,43 Science Club 3,4, smock and Tam 4, Student Body Yell Leader 4, Senior Band 1,25 Choir 33 Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Rally Com- mittee 4. PAUL MYERS Football l,2,3,45 Basket ball l,2,3,4g Baseball lg Track 1,2,3, Class Presi dent 3, Rep. Boys' Fed- eration 1,2, President 4. RAELYN NASCIMENTO MARY LOU NELSON PHYLLIS N IEBAUM OLIVIA NIMTZ CAA 1,25 C.S.F. 3. Senior Band 3,45 Orches- GAA 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Transfer from Lodi5 tra 3. Sigma 45 Pep Club 35 Science Club 3,4. BETTY NORSEEN C.S.F. 2,3. GAIL NYSTROM Senior Band 1,25 Science Club 1,25 Forensics 3,45 C.S.F. 1,2,3,45 AllSchool Play 45 Alert 45 30 Club 4. Tri Circle Y 45 Treble Clef 3. Sl-IERRILL OLSON Girls' League 1,2,3,4. 5 JOSEPHINE OMLIN Commercial Club 3,4, Secretary 35 GAA 1,25 3,45 Yell Leader 35 Beta Tau Sigma 3,4. BONNIE NORTON Girls' Athletic Club 15 Tri Hi Y 15 Club Coun- cil 15 Transfer from G1endale5 Tri Angle Y 45 Pep Club 3,45 Commer- cial Club 3,45 Science Club 4. RONALD OSBORNE Football 2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 B1ock"T" z,a,4 Rep. to Boys' Feder- ation 4. 5 BERNARDO PADILLA KEITH PARKS Boys' Federation 1,2,3,4. FFA 1,2. GORDON PETERSON Band 15 Transfer from C1iico5 Senior Band 2,35 Forensics 4. EDWARD RASH Track 1,2,3,45 Foot- ball 3. . i 4 ,bb si 5 if WAYNE READ Latin Club 2,3,4, Presi- dent 25 Thespians 2,3,43 Forensics 35 Junior States- man 3,4, President 45 Clarion 45 30 Club 45 Football 152,35 Basket- ball 1,2. T QS flfu: . . JACQUELINE PITFERS Rep. to Executive Coun- cil 15 OzClub 1,2,35 Rep. to Club Council 35 Thes- pians 3,4, President 4, Class Yell Leader 4, CAA 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Choir 25 Mixed Chorus 15 Asilomar 35 Clarion 35 Alert 45 C.S.F. 2,35 Forensics 3,45 Treasurer 4. - .A , 1 1 :. q ' X 'VT 's "' . P- .... ii, ROGER REDDING Basketball 2,3,45 Track 2. 1 ws 1 r CHARLOTTE PET ERSON CAA l,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 45 C.S.F. 2,3545 Junior Statesman 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Com- mercial Club 2,3,4, Sec- retary 35 Alert 45 30 Club 45 Pep Club 4. ROBERT PULLIAM FFA 2,a,45 Football 1,35 Wrestling 3. FERN REED GAA123'TriHiY125 I l l i Science Club 1,25 Clar- ion 2,3,45 so Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 25 Smock and Tam 2. GERALDINE RITTER JERRY RITTER DARLENE RoAc1-1 GAA z,a. FFA 1,25 Track 1,2,3,4g GAA 1 2- Pe Club 1 2 3 LAURANCE ROCHA FFA z,3,4. LAWRFNCE ROSE Boys' Federation l,2,3,4. Choir 3. P 1 Wrestling 3,4. Mixed blxorus 25 All I School Play 45 Girls' Clee 1. FRANK ROUBOS Audio Visual 1,2,3g Ra- dio Club 2g Photo Club 3 Transfer from Oakdaleg FFA 4. BERYL SAHLSTROM GAA 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 45 Smock and Tam 2,3,45 Photo Club l,2,35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Tri Angle Y 3,4. PAT SCHRECK Tri Hi Y 2. ALPHONSO SERENA Football l,3. LINDA ST. LOUIS C.S.F. 1,2,3,4, Treas- urer 35 Photo Club 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 25 Latin Club 2,3,4, Vice Presi- dent 25 GAA 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,4, Vice Presi- dent 3, President 45 Smock and Tam 2,3,4, President 35 Executive Council 2,45 Club Coun- cil 3,45 Asilomar 35 Alert 45 :so Club 4, Jun- ior Statesman 4. X . 513' i X KAY SHACKELFORD CAA l,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 4. 5 gg, ft - 2. V iz - : - ,gy ' 1? 5' LINDA SANDERS C.S.F. 1,25 Smock and Tam 253,45 Rep. to Club Council 45 GAA 15253545 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Chou 2,a,45 Mixed Chorus 1. JOHN SHAFFER Latin Club 2,3,4, Treas- urer 35 Science Club 3,4, President 45 Football 25 Basketball 25 Baseball 25 C.S.F. 1,2,3,45 Junior Statesman 45 Rep. to Boys' Federation 45 Alert 45 30 Club 4. i "W"WSi"WWLii MARY SANTOS CAA 253,45 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Pep Club 4 LDRHNI SEDERQUIST Football 1,2,4. ROSEMARY SHAHBAZIAN Senior Orchestra 15 Latin Club 25 Girls' Glee 15 Forensics 3,4, Vice Presi- dent 45 Commercial Club 3,45 Tri Angle Y 3,4, President 35 Choir 4, Junior Statesman 45 Treble Clef 1. JOYCE SHARBROUCH GAA 2,35 Spanish Club 2,35 Science Club 2,35 Band 1,2,35 Homecoming Queen Attendant 35 Pep Band 1,2,35 Variety Show l,2,35 Tumbling Team 1,2,35 Spring Concert 2,35 Transfer From Hi1mar5 CAA 4. JOHN SMALLEY FFA 1,2,3,45 Football 2. ---- - ---qi-vw-WM , MX SAM SHUMMON C.S.F. 15 Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 25 Track 1,25 Wrestling 45 Block "T" 3,45 Latin Club 2. 122- BARBARA SILVEIRA JOHN SISK CAA 2,3,45 Commercial FFA 1,2,3. Club 3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 4. . ,fa JOHN SODERSTROM C.S.F. l,2,3,45 Science Club 3,4, Vice Presidcnt4 MARY FRANCES STROM Senior Band l,2,35 Song Leader 25 Commercial Club 45 30 Club 4, Sec- retary Treasurer 45 C.S.F. 45 Alert 45 Smock and DOROTHY SOUZA Tam 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 CAA l,2,3,45 Senior BOB SPENGLER Beta Tau Sigma 45 GAA Band 15 GAA Yell Leader Football 152,35 Baseball 25 1,2,3,45 Rally Commit- 35 GAA Executive Coun- Track 15 Wrestling 35 tee 25 Assembly Com- cil 1,35 Beta Tau Sigma Block "T" 3,45 FFA 45 ROBERT STEINMEIER mittee 45 All County 2,3,4. Forensics 25 Basketball 2. Senior Band 1. Band 3. 1 STANLEY SWANSON CHARLES TAMRAZ Latin Club l,2,3,45 Block "T" 3,45 Foot- Science Club 3,45 ball 15 Baseball l,2,3,45 C.S.F. 2,45 Forensics 45 30 Club 45 Clarion 4. Clarion 45 30 Club 45 Senior Band 2. PETER THOMPSON Clarion 25 30 Club 25 Chess Club 2,3,4, Presi- dent 3,45 Pep Club 35 Operetta 35 Junior Statesman 3,45 Golf 1, 3,45 Basketball 2, As- sembly Comrnittee 4. JERRY TIPT ON Football 1. 2, BET SY TERRELL Senior Orchestra 15 Sen- ior Band l,2,3,45 Tri Angle Y 3,45 Commer- cial Club 3,45 All School Play 4. STAN TODD C.S.F. l,2,3,4, President 45 Junior Statesman 3,4, Vice President 45 Science Club 3,45 Chess Club 25 Tennis l,2,3,45 Basket- ball 2,3,45 Block "T" 4. MARILYN TROUT Girls' League l,2,3,4. BEVERLY THOMAS Mixed Chorus 15 Senior Band l,2,3,4, Secretary Treasurer 45 Pep Club 3,45 Senior Orchestra 3. ROBERT TILLNER Basketball 1,25 Track 11213143 C's-F- 1135 Latin Club 2,4, Presi- dent 45 Science Club 3,4. CWENDOLYN VADBXI GAA 1,2,35 Words and Music Club 2,35 F.B.l.A 35 Spanish Club 1,25 Girls' Service Club 1,25 Transfer from Livingston GAA 4. . ' f'm?'3iS5.4f. . PAT VAN ATTA PEGGY VanDYKE BEVERLY VASCONCELLOS KENNETH VIEIRA Tri Angle Y 3,45 Secretary Tri Circle Y 4 CAA 1,2 FFA l,2,3,4 3, Commercial Club 3,45 Corresponding Secretary 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Forensics 4 LAWRENCE VIEIRA FFA 1,2,3,4 DALE VOLLRATH Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Baseball 1,2 ,3,45Wrestling 2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3545 President 45 Rep. to Club Council 35 Rep. to Boys' Federation 35 Executive Council 3,45 Student Body Vice President 45 Club Council 4 .FH ERNIE VRENIOS Science Club l,2,3,45 Photo Club 2,3,45 Vice Pres. 45 Rep. to Club Council 35 Junior Statesman 3,45 CSF 2,45 Thespians 45 ClassVice Pres. 15 Senior Band l,2,3,45 President 35 Choir 3,45 President 45 Boys' Octette 2,3,45 Student Body Yell Leader 35 Operetta 35 All School Play 45 Football 15 Tennis 1,3 HAROLD VINSON Football 25 FFA l,2,3,4 HENRY WALKER VICTOR WALKER FFA 1,2,3, Boys' Federation l,2,3,4 SYBIL WALLEN THOMAS WALTERS Girls' Clee 1,3 Film Club 25 Record Club l,255Spanish Club 35 Foot- ALVIN WARD Senior Band 1,25 Football 1,25 Basketball 15253545 ball 35 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 1,2535 Block "T" Transfer from England5 Basketball 45 Forensics 4 45 Tennis 4 JERRY WARREN .X senior Band 1,2,3,45 vice Q - f President 45 Pep Band 4? 15253545 ii N. N 'X 5 E 5 . 11. f lf , ' I JOHN WELSH JY. FRANCES WELCH Transfer from Hughsong RODNEY WELLS Girls' League 1,2,3,4 FFA 1,2535 Football 1 Football 1,3 ANN WARDEN Mixed Chorus 15 Pep Club 25 CSF l,2,3,45 Rep. to Executive Council 45 Commerical Club 2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Junior States- man 3,45 Secretary 45 30 Club 3,45 Vice President 45 Alert 3,45 Editor 4 RICHARD WEIGLEIN Football 15 Track 15 Trans fer from San Lorenzog Tennis 253,45 Block "T" 3,4 JACK WILKEY Football 15253545 Track 152,35 Wrestling 1,25 Block "T" 1,2,3,4, FFA 2,3,4, Treasurer 4 KEIWETH WILLIAMS Boys' Federation l,2,3,4. SA RGON YONAN Forensics 25 Photo Club 35 Baseball 45 Clarion 45 30 Club 4. RITA WOODWARD All School Play 2,35 Ex- ecutive Council l,2,35 "B" Yell Leader5 Asilo- mar 35 Transfer from Livingstong Alert 3,45 Photo Club l,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 30 Club 3,45 GAA l,2,3,4. JACK WYATT C.S.F. 1. RON YETTMAN Class Yell Leader 45 Foot ba111,2,a,4, Basketbau 2,35 Baseball 1. BONNIE YOUNG GAA l,2,3,45 Girls' Athletic Comsr. 35 Beta Tau Sigma 3,45 Senior Band l,2,3,4, Sec. 35 Tri Circle Y 2,3,45 Club Council 3,4, Sec. 45 Executive Council 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,4, Chair- man 3, Sec. 45 Com- mercial Club 3,4, Pres- ident 45 Photo Club 2,35 C.S.F. l,2,3,4. ELIZABETH MASON Transfer from Santa Maria5 Junior States- man 2,35 Spanish Club 25 Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 35 Fresh- man Council l. BACCA LAUREATE Charlotte Peterson, chairman Ann Warden Peter Thompson Lynne Crowell Wayne Read SENIOR GIFT Liane Husby, chairman Rudy Hernandez Linda St. Louis James Howard Clare Carlson COMMENCEMENT Stanley Todd, chairman Berl Suhlstrom SENIOR BANQUET Program: Linda Hardin, chairman Susie Fernandes Ed Elliot Decorations: Linda Sanders, chairman Senior Committees sv Paul Myers Shirley Gill Dale Vollrath Wanda Moon SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENTS Jerry Highfill, chairman Mary Strom Eugene Glaser Jacque Peffers Sherrill Knutsen Dolores Largent Myrl Motsinger Marilyn Mowrer Dave Fox Bev Fiorini SENIOR DITCH DAY Games: Linda Carr, chairman Jacque Peffers Jack Wilkey Doug Lewis La Vern Carlson Refreshments: Jo Ellen Bewley, chairman Charlene Kephart Veronica Bettencourt Ill , Vw A .. whiff-, '.1 .lf if H qlfllxl ' ,XY iv 'Eta Yell Yader BOBBY S ' WART ii A President PAUL YOUNG I 0 W ffi mart: Y . - e A , " 5 1- ,gf iw Mb-. , , , A ew 75 1' In is 'AWLV 'A '34, 5, 'affwf gif' V5 yet J, mr big ,A I ,fin I ,-Vigwxlww - iz a, Vice President JAY SMITH A FIRST ROW: Toni Hatch, Kathi Markley, Terri Thompson, Joan Floyd, Judy Klynstra, JoAnn Shubin. SECOND ROW: George Buzzini, Pau1Mares, Sam Martinez, Roger Lecdom, Ronnie Sarhad, Aldo Assali, Alvin Brazil. THIRD ROW: Margie Brown, Betsy Blakcr, Sharon Snider, Elizabeth Vrh, Juanelle Reed. FOURTH ROW: Roger Johnson, Bob Stiles, Leroy Yourigquist, Tom Fethers- ton, hilip Bigler. FIRST ROW: Linda Blair, Berry Ann Norton, Pat Linn, Jo Ann Backus, Arlene Duncan. SECOND ROW: Raymond Gonzales, Tom Spencer, Lauren Dimberg, Jeff Hanne, Ernest Castino. THIRD ROW: Judy Vicluey, Barbara Schaub, Carolyn Maines, Vivian Sweeten, Lillian Williams. FOURTH ROW: Jim Lindsey, Dick Bergstrom, Orrin Albert, Louis Sclimidt, Dale Ta- rone. . g 5 , . ..., 4 gm ,.., ,y,.r,,,kg1.g FIRST ROW: Margaret Ritchey, Donna Ingram, Elaine Vierra, Barbara Ensley, Lorraine Garcia. SECOND ROW: Jim Scudder, Frank Mettert, Bob Stewart, Arlen Santos, Steve Nordell. THIRD ROW: Gai1Antifae, Mar- jie Richards, Nina Winans C arleta Moore, Ruth Lind-, vall. 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The members help at game concessions and sponsor an all-school dance, Ann Warden Vice President Nina Winans President Mary Strom Secretary FIRST ROW: Janice Larson, Jo Ann Shubin, Dolores Largrnt, Rita Woodward, Jacque Peffers, Ann Warden. SECOND ROW: Charlotte Peterson, Cleates Anderson, Carol Carter, Marilyn Mowrer, Cynthia Nunes, Sherrill Knutsen, Berma Davenport, Marjic Richards. THIRD ROW: Fern Reed, Terri Nyquist, Vivian Sweeten, Linda St. Louis, Bev Fiorini, Loretta Carlson, Nina Winans, Mary Strom. FOURTH ROW: Bill Roome, Charles Tainaraz, Jim Crow, George Rocha, Richard Jerome. FIFTH ROW: Gail Nystrom, Wayne Read, Stan Swanson Lloyd Hutz, Myrl Motsingcr, John Shaffer. Not shown are advisers Mr. Pershing Olson and Mr. Fred Antroll. 2? ! Smock and Tam The Smock and Tam Club consists of members who are interested in art. The members plan an annual trip to San Francisco where they tour art exhibits. This club is also active in school functions. Charlene Kephart Vice President X Dolores Largent Preside nt Shirley Gill Secretary- Tre asurer FIRST ROW: Judy Cortopassi, Sherrill Knutsen, Charlene Kephart, Evelyn Haarberg, Terry Hubbard. SECOND ROW: Lorraine De Broeck, Dolores Largent, Grayce Rodiquez, Shirley Gill, Agnes Eshoo, Ann Hillis, Bev Fiorini. THIRD ROW: Jean Tyree, advisor, Wanda Moon, Marilyn Mowrer, Bonnie Norton, Margaret Omlin, Pat Mercer, Linda Sanders. FOURTH ROW: Lynne Crowell, Sharon Middleton, Linda St. Louis, Mary Strom, Beryl Sahlstrom, Liane Husby. 81 IUHLULR 1 HIGH SCHOOL l Agriculture Dept , NO. 2l SEATED: Ken Vierra, Vice President, Bob Storment, Sentinel, Jack Wilkey, Treasurer. STANDING: Jim Howard, President, Clark Hawksworth, Secretary, Don Duree, Chaplain, Bill McFarlane. F. F. A. FIRST ROW: P. Carlson, J. Mello, G. Brittain, M. Barnes, R. Aschwanden, R. Lucero O. Gee D. Morris L. Ro- cha, A. Enos, M. Crowell. SECOND ROW: D. Christopher, B. Enfantino, H. Cnveui, 11. msaner, T. Smitll, G. Pacheco, B. Pulliam, L. Vieira, C. Crivelli, K. Vieira, C. Van Dyke. THIRD ROW: J. Shumway, D. Redding, D. McNab, E. Enfantino, P. Damas, A. DeBroeck, B. Kennedy, G. Forette, B. McFarlane, B. Zigenis, T. Elzenga, F. Silva. FOURTH ROW: C. W' B. ' atson, Simpson, A. Allen, J. Bashor, K. Duhm, J. Bowser, T. Macedo, B. Spen glcr, L. Bcttincourt, D. Silva, M. Santos, J. Wilkey. FIFTH ROW: L. Dickey, B. Storment, F. Roublos, K. Mustoe, R. Brown, J. Mead, A. Frcitas, S. Jorritsma, F. Mello, J. Little, D. Corsaut, J. Smalley, H. Vinson, J. Howard. 89 The goal of this organization is to better the knowledge of each member in im- proved farming techniques. Throughout the year, they show their livestock in various fairs in the valley. Each year the FFA elects a Sweetheart. Chosen at the annual FFA Banquet were Linda Carr, Princess, Lynne Crowell, Sweetheart, and Charlene Kephart, Princess. I - I : S " f 1 1 D I x -' FIRST ROW: B. Wallen, M. Miranda, A. Van Zitteren, R. Johnson, E. Hawksworth, E. Glenn, L. Farley, B. Rod- riquez, G. Caldwell, G. Linhares. SECOND ROW: C. Miranda, P. Raya, T. Mendoza, G. Slocum, T. Vickroy, K. Mills, T. Nichols, J. Millsop, R. Edeal, M. Nix, J. Sisk. THIRD ROW: Mr. Parker, advisor, D. Smith, C. Smal- ley, S. Strickland, D. Duree, D. Borba, J. Sartin, T. Lawson, J. Allen, G. Broyles, L. Prather. FOURTH ROW: S. Hall, E. Anderson, L. Cox, C. Perkins, J. Davis, M. Vasconcellos, L. Turner, C. White, J. Dompeling, J. Car- valho. FIFTH ROW: A. Weier, R. Wilson, M. Faria, E. Serpa, D. Vierra, A. Aschwanden, R. Van Hook, C. Lamb H. Agresti, M. Graham. 83 FIRST SEMESTER. SEATED: Elaine Hays, Secretary, Marilyn Lackner, President, Clare Carlson, Publicity Chairman. STANDING: Lucille Gustafson, Representative to Club Councilg Sonia Lackner, Vice President. SEATED: Margaret Perry, Chaplain, Sonia Lackner, Reporter. STANDING: Sharon Nie- meyer, Vice Presidentg Peggy Van Dyke, Sec retaty. Tri Circle Y The Tri Circle Y is another service club at Turlock High School. The members take an interest in the welfare of needy people. This organization has had money raising projects to support its services. FIRST ROW: Norma Hail, Pat Elliott, Betty Gustafson, Susan Fernandes, Bonnie Young, Lucile Gustafson SECOND ROW: Sonia Lackner, Clare Carlson, Elaine l-lays, Lois Barth, Carol Anderson, Laura Marques. THIRD ROW: Margaret Perry, Pat Ellerby, Marilyn Lackner, Bev Vasconcellos, Peggy Van Dyke. FIRST ROW: Ruth Mac Donald, Judy Cortopassi, Lois Johnson, Agnes Bhoo, Jo Ann Backus, Arlene Abraham, Mrs. Puccinelli, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Lonell Finch, Dorothy Ehrlich, Janice Autrey, Jean Silva, Carol Noda, Maxine Kane, Arlene Duncan. THIRD ROW: Marcella Burman, Rosemary Shahbazian, Nadine Kane, Carolyn Wallin, Karen Youngquist, Betsy Terrill, Marlen Anderson, Elaine Nelson. FOURTH ROW: Judy Folly, Pat Vanatta, Janet Kirby, Peggy Huffman, Linda Price, Jeannine Jordan, Raenelle Conyers. FIFTH ROW: Johnnie Lemons, Jo Ellen Bewley, Nelda Wyatt, Carol Adams, Judy Zimmerman, Nancy Gorman, Bonnie Norton. Tri Angle Y The Tri Angle Y has had a very successful second year. This club does an important service for our community by aiding the welfare of needy and handicapped persons. The Tri Angle Y is a very active club and deserves much tribute for the work its members are doing. SEATHD: Jo Ellen Bewley, President. STANDING: Bonnie Norton, Vice President, Rosemary Shahbazian, Chaplain, Janet Kirby, Secretary. FIRST SEMESTER. STANDING: Jo Ellen Bewley, President. SEATED: Lois Johnson, Secretary, Peggy Huffman, Vice President, Carolyn Wallin, Chaplain. 85 Commercial Club LEFI' to RIGHT: Karen Genseal, Representative to Club Council, Elaine Jacobs, Recording Secretary, Bonnie Young, President. FIRST ROW: Kathleen Vieira, Margaret Ritchey, Elaine Vierra, Louisa Martin, Sherrill Knutsen, Chartlotte Peterson, Lorraine Garcia. SECOND ROW: Mary Lee Lewis, Marilyn Beatty, Dolores Largent, Maxine Kane, Veronica Bettencourt, Carol Anderson, Joan Floyd, Mary Gomes, Pat Cardoza. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Young, Ann Warden, Charlene Kephart, Barbara Silveira, Karen Genseal, Rosemary Shahbazian, Sandy Adams, Anita Neely. FOURTH ROW: Bert Watson, advisor, Susan Fernandes, Lois Barth, Margie Beatty, Betsy Blaker, Beverly Anderson, Elaine Jacobs, Lorraine Pacheco, Pat Vanatta. FIFTH ROW: Sharon Middleton, Jo Ellen Bewley, Clare Carlson, Margie Brown, Mary Strom, Lynne Crowell, Bonnie Norton, Janet Kirby, Peggy Huffman. Any student who takes a commercial subject may join Commercial Club. The purpose of this club is to better the interest and knowledge of our commercial students. During the year the club has sponsored an all school dance and has sold at football and basketball concessions. Janet Kirby, Vice President, Patsy Vanatta, Correspondence Secretary. B6 Photo Club First Semester. SEATED: Carol Anderson, Secretary, Eileen Edberg, President. STANDING: Carolyn Wallin,.Represent- ative to Club Council, Emie Vrenios, Vice President, Lois Barth, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Marilyn Beatty, Lynda Julien, Carolyn Wallin, Sharon Mowrer, Nadine Kane, Sharryl Johnson. SECOND ROW: Eileen Edberg, Maxine Kane, Veronica Bettencourt, Carol Anderson, Lois Barth, Linda Carr. THIRD ROW: Linda St. Louis, Joyce Van Norman, Evelyn Haarberg, Clare Carlson, Lois Hale, Ernie Vrenios. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Wam, advisor, Richard Jerome, Phillip Plotkin, James David, Clark Hawksworth, Robert Daniel. The main goal of this club is to promote a general interest in photography. The club members learn to develop, print and enlarge pictures. During the year, the club has helped sponsor an all school dance and has helped in the concession stands during games. Second Semester. SEATED: Marilyn Beatty, Secretary, Lloyd Hutz, President, Lynda Julien, Treasurer. STANDING: Nancy Buck, Representative to Club Council, Robert Dan- iel, Representative to Club Council, Lois Hale, Vice Presi- dent. unior Statesmen Wayne Re ad President Stanley Todd Vice President The main interests of the Junior Statesmen are Ann Warden government, politics, and civic leadership. SECYCWIY There are district conventions to which repre- sentatives are sent. Jim Crow Treasurer FIRST ROW: Marcella Burrnan, Charlotte Peterson, Linda Hardin, Dolores Largent, Marilyn Beatty. SECOND ROW: Sue Washburn, Judy Vickrey, Linda St. Louis, Ann Warden, Maxine Kane. THIRD ROW: Mr. Keesey, Advisor, Gail Antifae, Margie Brown, Linda Carr, Beverly Anderson, Rosemary Shahbazian, David Fox. FOURTH ROW: Ed Elliott, John Shaffer, Peter Thompson, Eric Noda, Ernie Vrenios, Dick Gearhart. FIFTH ROW: Jim Crow, Stan Todd, Wayne Read, Richard Larson, Steve Birchall, Lorin Weiss, Jack Ulrich. 88 Forensics A Jim Crow President Rosemary Shahbazian X- i Vice President A l V Bev Hansen The members of this club are students who are Secretary interested in public speaking. The members get some experience by helping in school activities such as rallies and assemblies. Many of these students have placed in speech contests held throughout the state. Jae que Peffe rs Treasurer E as ss- X ES. sl c is FE FIRST ROW: Linda Carr, Beverly Hansen, Rosemary Shahbazian, Linda Hardin, Agnes Fshoo, Anita Macedo, Shirley Gill. SECOND ROW: Eileen Edberg, Jacque Peffers, Janice Larson, Judy Vickrey, Mrs. Morell, Advisor Kathy Auld. Jane Plett, Laurine Brooks, Peggy Ellis. THIRD ROW: Jerry Feldman, Peter Thompson, Lucille Cooper, Pat Vanatta, Maxine Kane, James Little, Dave Fox. FOURTH ROW: Lorin Weiss, Richard Larson, Wanda Moon, Bonnie Norton, Joyce Van Norman, Jim Crow, Douglas Brown. FIFTH ROW: Wayne Read, Clayton Johnson, Steve Birchall, Stan Swanson, Paul Young, Gordon Peterson, Clarence Chrisman. 89 ZF M. Q9 .s Z ,t A Science Club The purpose of the Science Club is to aid its members in gaining a better knowledge of -v science and astronomy. To accomplish this, the club often invites guest speakers to their meetings and takes field trips to near-by points of scientific interest. In addition to this, the club also takes part in several social affairs. STANDING: John Shaffer, President. SEATED: Sharon Sni- der, Secretary-Treasurer, John Soderstrom, Vice President. FIRST ROW: Robert Tillner, Stan Todd, Phillip Plotkin, John Shaffer, Stan Swanson. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Haarberg, Shirley Gill, Jo Ann Shubin, Beryl Sahlstrom, Marcia I-leeder, Vivian Sweeten, Arlene Duncan. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Norton, Sharon Middleton, Marlen Anderson, Olivia Nimtz, Rachel Duncan, Nadine Kane, Betty Fredrickson, Lynda Julien, Carol Carter, Beverly Benge, Sharon Snider. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Cooper, Gene Lobo, Ed Elliot, Jo Ellen Bewley, Eileen Edberg, Maxine Kane, Wanda Moon, Robert Daniel, Leonard Barkhousen. FIFTH ROW: John Soderstrom, Richard Jerome, Bruce McMillen, Loren Andrus, Ernie Vrcnios, Bob Arrollo, Dick Gearliart, David Johnson, Dick Granberg. SIXTH ROW: Chuck Risell, Jerry High- fill, Gail Nystrom, Joe Blanc, Ken Johnson, Lonnie Gardner, Clarence Christman, Ricardo Lucero. ADVISORS: Mr. Presto, Mr. Mezzapelle. Hi-Y Thi s new service club has had a very suc- cessful first year. This has been a very active year for Hi Y. Besides helping at game concessions, this club has sponsored a car wash. The money made from this car wash was given to different needy causes. The l-li Y Club is the only service club composed of all boys. X STANDING: Jerry Feldman, President. SEATED: Doug Lar- son, Secretary, Paul Prickett, Vice President. 5 I x i i 5 D 1 FIRST ROW: Ron Simpson, Johnnie Easley, Galen Person, John Prickett, David Elliott. SECOND ROW: Bobby Rodriquez, Richard Johnson, Eldon I-lawksworth, Doug Swanson, Doug Larson. THIRD ROW: Jerry Feldman, Paul Prickett, Stanley Johnson, Mike Kirkes, Bob Steinmeir, Clayton Johnson. 91 First Semester Officers C' S' F' Seniors FIRST ROW: Betty Norseen, Bonnie Young, Linda Hardin, Carol Carter, Charlotte Peter- son, Sherrill Knutsen, Susan Fernandes, Rosemary Shahba- zian, Jacque Peffers. SECOND ROW: Barbara Bartlett, Karen Hoffman, Rita Bowman, Carol Anderson, Lois Barth, Marilyn Beatty, Lynda Julien, Dolores Largent, Elaine Jacobs, Sharon Middleton, Barbara Silveira, Lucille Cooper, Maxine Kane. THIRD ROW: Janice Larson, Mary Strom, Charlene Kephart, Ann Warden, Karen Censeal, Barbara Merrill, Beverly Tho- mas, Pat Vanatta, Jo Ellen Bewley, Clare Carlson, Sharon Rosen. FOURTH ROW: Linda St. Louis, Gail Nystrom, Richard Larson, John Soderstrom, Ernie Vrenios, Jim Crow, Stan Swan- son, Lonnie Gardner, Bruce McMillen, Dick Gearhart, John Shaffer. v v . - Stan Todd Jack Ulrich Janice Ahlberg President Vice President S6Cretary-Treasurer FIRST ROW: Cynthia Nunes, Berma Davenport, JoAnn Shubin, Kathi Markely, Toni Hatch, Joy Waltz, Martha Loethen. SEC- OND ROW: Betty Fredrickson, Judy Vickrey, Lois Hale, Eileen Edberg, Joyce Van Norman, Jane Plett, Evelyn Lucas. THIRD ROW: Pat Trent, Jennie Elzenga, Janice Ahlberg, Linda Swanson, Judy Folly, Penny Clayton. FOURTH ROW: Karl Bomke, Gary Seymour, Jack Ulrich, Clarence Chrisman, Paul Young, Peter Anderson. uniors FIRST ROW: Jackie Ellis, Catherine Almand, Sue Olson, Barbara Hampton, Marcella Burman, Vivian Critchfield, Carol Noda, Natalie Silveira, Barbara Reed, Sharryl Johnson. SECOND ROW: Verna Plett, Jeannine Jordan, Janet John- son, Louise Snedigar, Barbara Keith, Terry Hubbard, Rose Logan, Loretta Rapp, Pauline Carlson, Laura Ricardo, Marla Anderson. THIRD ROW: Ricardo Lucero, Dennis Flora, Gene Lobo, Pam Clayton, Emil Jones, Barbara Duke, Diulinda ie Fagundes, Ronald Hawkins, Guy Atwood, Douglas Brown. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Johns, Chuck Risell, Thomas Smith, Stan Carkeet, Phillip Plotkin, Jack Dupre, Bill McFarlane, Orval Welch, Jerry Wing, Bill Ostrom. Sophomorcs The CSF is a very well known club around school. The members are required to have high scholastic ratings. Each semester they must have a certain number of grade points before securing membership. The CSF is an active club in school Second Semester Officers functions and plans an annual trip to points of interest. Clare Carlson John Soderstrom Stan Swanson Secretary-Treasurer Vice President President Freshmen FIRST ROW: Sue Debcly, Chyrle Vaughn, Donna Hampto Jan Burman, Kathryn Drake, H Nancy Wilkins. SECOND ROW: Pat McGill, Nadine Kane, Phyllis Brewer, Joy Larson, Darlene Olson. THIRD ROW: Jack Loo, Bobby Moen, Dan Merrill, Vivien Pinks. The members of the Latin Club are interested in the Latin language. At their meetings, they have Latin spell downs and play games to test their knowledge on Roman mythology. ' b All members are required to know the Latinists Creed by memory. FIRST ROW: Bob Daniel, Dennis Flora, Gene Lobo, Bob Tillner, John Shaffer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Withrow, advisor, Lois Hale, Jane Plett, Joyce Van Norman, Eileen Edberg, Dolores Woodward, Eric Noda, Danny Harris, Dick Gearhart, Wayne Read. THIRD ROW: Jackie Ellis, Linda Carr, Lynda Julien, Nina Winans, Berma Davenport, Vivien Critchfield, Jan Bur-man, Edwina Teves, Mary Gail Mathews, Linda St. Louis, Janet Ellefson, Betty Fredrickson. BOTTOM ROW: Robert Tillner, President, Joyce Van Norman, Secretary. TOP ROW: Lois Hale, Vice President, Eric Noda., Treas- urer. 94 The game of Chess is surely a game of skill. The members of the Chess Club have enjoyed developing this skill along with their advisor, Mr. Putkey. The second year of this club has certainly proved successful. FIRST ROW Mr Charles Putkey, Loren Andrus, Bill Bodin. SECOND ROW: Penny Clayton, Pam Clayton, Lucille Cooper, Maxine Kane, Peter Anderson, George Rocha, Mike McCorkle. THIRD ROW Cedric Hoffman, Arlene Abraham, Ken Johnson, Peter Thompson, Cary Chisum. BOTTOM ROW Lucille Cooper, Vice President, Pete Thompson, President TOP ROW Larry Hughes, Treasurer, Maxine Kane, 95 L FIRST ROW: Gail Antifae, chairman, Sandra Pool, Diane Myers, Lorraine Garcia, Beverly Martin. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Nunes, Ruth Lindvall, Jane Ocken, Veronica Bettencourt. THIRD ROW: Nina Winans, Carol Adams, Sharon Lucas, Louise Snedigar. FIRST ROW: Agnes Fshoo, chairman, Nancy Buck, Carol Hupp, Glenda Huffman, SECOND ROW: Linda Sward, Marilyn Gibson, Robula Fargas, Janice McNutt. THIRD ROW: Jeannine Jordan, Beverly Anderson, Sharon Challberg, Cheryl Mooneyham. President Linda St. Louis Vice President Marjie Richards Re cor ding Se cretary Bonnie Young Pe FIRST ROW: Dolores Largent, chairman, Kay Hollis, Sherrill, Knutsen, Carol Noda. SECOND ROW: JoAnne Lewis, Colleen Allen, Susan Fernandes, Charlotte Peterson. THIRD ROW: Lynnette Johnson, Mary Strom, Judy John- son. P Club The Pep Club is an organization formed to promote school spirit. Each committee has a turn at put- ting on a Rally, decorating the goal posts, auditorium, and the bleachers. Attendance Secretary Liane Husby 'Treasurer Elaine Vierra FIRST ROW: Sharon Snider, chairman, Donna Ingram, Pat Linn, Arleen Watts, Chyrle Vaughn. SECOND ROW: Judy Winters, Dorothy Dean, Clara Perales, Margie Beatty. THIRD ROW: Lynda Julien, Myrna Johnson, Rebecca Levcrett, Ellen Weaver. FIRST ROW: Marilyn Beatty, chairman, Grace David, Joan Pike, Sharon Mowrer. SECOND ROW: Olivia Martinez, Alice Jimenez, Bonnie Rapp. THIRD ROW: Nancy Gorman, Pam Clayton, Beryl Sahlstrom. FIRST ROW: Margaret Ritchey, chairman, Sandra Thomas, Elaine Vierra. SECOND ROW: Lorraine Bettincourt, Pat Trent, Susan Hanne, Esther Mireles. THIRD ROW: Joyce Van Norman, Barbara Schaub, Judy Zimmerman. FIRST ROW: Carolyn Wallin, chairman, Jo Ann Backus, Sandy Adams, Carol Anderson. SECOND ROW: Dwight Reed, Sue Debely, Ruth MacDonald, Jane Plett. THIRD ROW: Joann Yonan, Janet Johnson, Marilyn Mowrer, Terry Hubbard, Helen Yohannan. FIRST ROW: Joan Floyd, chair- man, Berma Davenport, Donna Hampton, Joanne Noda, Beverly Anderson. SECOND ROW: Liane Husby, Charlene Amos, Linda Hardin, Sally Schneider, Elaine Jacobs. THIRD ROW: Jan Bur- man, Anita Macedo, Raenelle Conyers, Judy Vickrey, Alice Ramos. FIRST ROW: Maxine Kane, chair man, Linda Pool, Beverly Thomas, Marsha Hient, Janyce Sexton. SECOND ROW: Arlene Duncan, Vivien Pinks, Laura Ricardo, Arlene Abraham. THIRD ROW: Sue Munson, Penny Clayton, Margie Brown, Lois Barth. FIRST ROW: Terri Thompson, chairman, Helen Abacherli, Kath- leen Vieira, Nadine Kane, Marlene Martin. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Haarberg, Juanelle Reed, Dolores Woodward, Charlene Kephart, Jim Scudder. THIRD ROW: Terri Nyquist, Pat Casteel, Dianne Ruble, Lauraine Brooks. FIRST ROW: Erma Nunes, chair- man, Jean Eppard, Judy Johnson, Sue Washburn. SECOND ROW: Lorraine De Broeck, Loretta Carlson Carol Jean Bettincourt, Karen Youngquist. THIRD ROW: Sandy Norton, Clare Carlson, Betsy Blaker, Rochelle Metzler. FIRST ROW: Barbara Hampton, chairman, Mary Santos, Margie Soares. SECOND ROW: Sue Olson JoAnn Shubin, Pat Herring, Pat McGill. THIRD ROW: Pat Frazier Linda St. Louis, Vivian Sweeten. Thespian Society Jacque Peffers, President The Thespian Society, an honorary national drama or- ganization, requires that its members earn points by par- ticipating in a varied pro- gram of comedies, dramas, and tragedies. Judy Vickrey, Vice President Linda Hardin, Secretary SEATED: Judy Vickrey, Jacque Peffers, Linda Hardin. SECOND ROW: Richard Larson, Jim Crow, Liane Husby, Rita Woodward, Nina Winans. THIRD ROW: Wayne Read, Ernie Vrenios, Jim Gamer. Not shown are Mr. Robert Lacampagne and Mrs. Eleanor Gallison, advisers. Club Myrl Motsinger, President Oz Club is composed of stu- dents interested in dramatic arts. The members give plays and are active in rallies and student affairs during the year, we Lloyd Souza, Vice President Cynthia Nunes, Secretary FIRST ROW: Toni Hatch, Kathy Markley, Berma Davenport, Myrl Motsinger. SECOND ROW: Karen Genesal, Bev Fiorini, Mary Gail Mathews, Cynthia Nunes, Linda Carr. THIRD ROW: Dwight Reed, Lloyd Souza, Danny Harris, Gary Hill. Not shown are Mr. Robert Lacampagne and Mrs. Eleanor Gallison, advisers. 3 '11 I 3 V B 0.1!-Hlllil-I 'f C5 102 X..- 'NIS There must be time for amusement and fun when our school work and studies are done. The plays, rallies, and dances our students present are planned to provide us with entertainment. These enjoyable activities at Turlock High will surely be remembered, as years pass by. IU3 ADVISOR, Mr. Olson val EDIT OR, Ann Warden Alert This year's ALERT staff has worked ex- tremely hard to present you with a better and bigger yearbook. New to their jobs, staff members worked together planning layouts, taking pictures, writing copy, and meeting deadlines. We trust that our ef- forts were not in vain and that the 1958 ALERT is one to be remembered. co-EDITOR, Ni na Winans SITTING: Carol Yettman, Berma Davenport, Nina Winans, Sherrill Knutsen, Dolores Largent, Rita Woodward, Marjie Richards, Charlotte Peterson. STANDING: Bill Roome, John Shaffer, Gai1Nystrom, Mary Strom, Jacque Peffers, Linda St. Louis, Bev Fiorini, Cynthia Nunes, Marilyn Mowrer, Carol Carter. Clarlon EDITOR-IN-cHuaF, Jo Ann shubin ADVISOR. Mr- Anfroll The CLARION staff this year has worked very hard to meet all their deadlines and to make a more interesting paper for the Student Body to read. Something new has been added this year, a club reporter. Each club has a reporter to inform the paper of the club's activity. This has resulted in better coverage for the varied activities of the school. SITTING: Richard Jerome, Wayne Read, Jo Ann Shubin, Elaine Frost, Fern Reed, Jim Crow, Myrl Motsinger, Larry Bames. STANDING: Toni Lowe, Loretta Carlson, Cleates Anderson, Janice Larson, Terri Nyquist, Charles Tamraz, Stan Swanson, Lloyd Hutz, George Roacha, Sargon Yonan. SITTING: Dick Cearhart, Marilyn Mowrer, Mrs. Morell, Judy Vickrey, Assembl We can all agree that our Assembly Committee did a wonderful job this year. This year it was quite different because we had to have two assemblies each time since our student body has grown so large. Some of our assemblies were talent assemblies, and some were national assemblies One of the most out- standing assemblies was put on by the C.S.F. Mrs. Sateren. STANDING: Mr. Johnson, Mr. Tyree, Mr. Olson, Mr. Lacampagne, Peter Thompson. l Rally The success of each rally depends on the effort of the Rally Commit- tee. The enthusiasm of the Song and Yell Leaders brought out the school spirit and helped lead our team to victory. Each person feels a certain responsibility that the success of the rally depends not only on them, but on their co-operation and planning with everyone on the committee. Our rallies have been huge successes this year, with stu- dents showing more spirit than previous years. ! l SITTING: Berma Davenport, Beverly Fiorini, Ann I-lillis, Wanda Moon, Terri Thompson. SECOND ROW: Toni I-latch, Kathy Markley, Barbara Hampton, Jane Nunes. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Yoshito, Miss Whitaker, Mr. Lacampagne, Mr. Tyree, Mr. Olson. of ,Vida W 107 V'- 1 s Choir yi, , 5 or an Q n s rw 1 wi L, - ...l FIRST ROW: Lois Johnson, Carla llansen, Beverly Anderson, Sue Washburn, Kathi Markley, Wanda Dill, Dorothy Hightower, Shirley Perkins. SECOND ROW: Margie Beatty, Maxine Kane, Elizabeth Vrh, Loretta Carlson, Dorothy Ehrlich, Carolyn Hansen, Mary Lee Lewis, Liane Husby, Rosemary Shahbazian, Ruth Lind- vall. THIRD ROW: Linda Sanders, Mary Gail Mathews, Karen Hoffman, Vivian Sweeten, Kathleen Auld, Janice Ahlberg, Barbara Merrill, Nancy Dunham, Gail Antifae, Claudette Runge, Laura Ricardo. FOURTH ROW: Philys Carlsen, Dan Merrill, Mike Cassle, George Rocha, Steve Nordell, Sylvia Staeren, Wes Vrton, Richard Claspill, Ernie Vrenios, Jack Loo, Rudy Hernandez. Mixed Chorus FIRST ROW: Jo Blivins, Julie Orozco, Jo Ann Backus, Rhetta Lea Guinn, Louann Sexton, Rose Taylor, Barbara Bevard, Evalyn Dick, Glenda Mars. SECOND ROW: Joan Pike, Judy Winters, Pat Goldsmith, Betty Wallace, Linda Eyre, Pat Cox, Lucille Willhite, Jean Eyre, Sybil Wallen, Barbara Khinoo. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Dick, Sandie Nelson, Pat Wyatt, Margaret Francis, Delores Silva, Linda Jensen, Sharon Brower, Carol Foster, Shirley Caffer. FOURTH ROW: Lynda Clark, Phyllis Brewer, Pat Herring, Sylvia Sateren, Sue Bolin, Jo Box, Myrtle Elston, Sharon Fspinola, Wilma Reimann. Girls' Glee FIRST ROW: Pat Rhodes, Yvonne Tolleson, Karen Whitaker, Rita Arrollo, Barbara Howell, Rosie Clark, Rose Conte, Darlene Claspill, Nadine Carter, Joyce Balswick, Wilma Seale. SECOND ROW: Donna Christensen, Jo Ann Phelps, Judy Munson, Jean Eppard, Laura Zuber, Jan Burman, Janice Autrey, Betty Gustafson, Kathy Nel- son, Lucile Gustafson, Joyce Britton. THIRD ROW: Judy Shimon, lrene Mitchell, Jean Haile, Shirley Cox, Darlene Peters, Mabel Santos, Katy Samora, Pat Chonopolis, Nellie Stutzman, Dona Davis, Joy Larson, Nancy Wilkins. FOURTH ROW: Ruth Earnest, Carolyn Heidt, Judy Zimmerman, Pat Frazier, Jeannine Valle, Cheryl Mooneyham, Sue Debely, Sylvia Sateren, Jane Stanley, Jill Lindenborg, Linda Deaver, Darleen Spence, Nor- ma Birchard, Ruby Shackelford. Treble Clef FIRST ROW: Judy Rebik, Pat Elliott, Mildred Mills, Marcia Heeder, Judy Johnson, Joanne Noda, Sharon Bonander. SECOND ROW: Linda York, Betty Bashor, Jean Silva, Ellen Mattice, Ronalyn Niel, Janice Parker, Nadine Kane, Connie Runge. THIRD ROW: Joanne Jorritsma, Janie Hoobyar, Pearl Irving, Beverly Hansen, Judy Johnson, Pat McGill, Lois Duvall, Vivien Pinks. ' 1 Girls' N onette 1 3 FIRST ROW: Judy Rebik, Kathi Markley, Sue Washburn. SECOND ROW: bf Carol Anderson, Lizmc I-lusby, Ruth Lindvall, Dorothy Ehrlich. THIRD ROW: Judy Vickrey, Marge Brown, Maxine Kane. Boys' Sextette FIRST ROW: Ernie Vrenios, Jack Loo, Dan Merrill. SECOND ROW: Geor Urton, Richard Claspill. L ge Rocha, Steve Nordell, Wesley llll Pep Band Our Pep Band has done a great job this year during basketball season. They have added new members to make it larger. They play for all our basketball rallies and at most of our basketball games. They have added a lot of new songs which really help to keep up spirit. SITTING: Carol Anderson, Leroy Catania, Veronica Bettencourt, Ernie Vrenios, Linda Hardin Paul Young. STANDING: Mike Fox, Lois Barth, Dean Curry, Aldo Assali, Jerome Warren, Stanley Gregory, Jerry Wing, Clark Hawksworth. F f Q 1 'x 9314 EY0?3Es,'E'EEx?AMq , . YS . XX x - XYMdyf?qxO6X3S'vXN3igo.,1X1 3953 ANI . 30191 . Oxy, Xi BCVCQENK , xiouiig B QQu0f'6,3v5- ggrigq vw X3 Y, ' or Y, ' CX' IYXLM ND AQSXD Vjj' . 'Y if lot! QXNO' cg, Y? lll l Senior f lzllrllallsltwilall ll! Thc Turlock High School liiind has gone to n lor of trouhlc this yi-ar to marks itsi-ll thc uri-.it succcss il was. Sonic of thc activltics it parricrpzitcs in during thu year arc thi-sc: thc opcurug gissclnhly at thc hcgin- ning ofscl1ool,41ll rxrllics, and 'Y nk ' ss- gxT .xso sb- Nov ,w'wgz,s, B svsfgm WN D NG., QYICXR Sf, rsVXAC,,y,xx MAJORETTES: Gail Antifac, Sherrill Knutson, Susan Fernandes, Jo Ann lhclius, Lynda Clark. FIRST ROW: Veronica Bcttcncourt, Janct Johnson, Di.mnc Shinnnon, Kathryn Drake, C.1rol Nodu, Bonnic Rapp, Evelyn Bettcncourt, ll.1rb.1r.1 Johnson, Julic Johnson, Betsy BIJIQCI. SECOND ROW: Sharryl Johnson, lfilwina Tcvcs, Il.1rolcl Blanc, Sheryl Young, Bill Cahlc, Sandy JSIIOIIIJS, Mary I,on Nelson, Beverly Thoinas, Eilccn Edhcrg, Kcnny Young, Olivcr Middaugh, Rodncy Grove, Bobby Moen, Clark llawkswortlr, llohhy Johns, Jerry Wing. THIRD ROW: Vivien Critchficld, Max Cassell, l'.1t Dlllf-1 D.1xc Johnson, llarold Downing, Michacl Lackncr. Charlotte Rcpkc, Nora l..1nkford, llKKu'1ff?"",r, ."""""""", . . . " . YW' 1i1l3lil1l H3339 .1ll l11111b:1ll g:1111cs wl1c1'c it 1111-sl-111s41 Sllllll 411 ll.lll 111111- l't'SllVLll where ll l1.1s received very high ratings, 'l'l1t-y 111411cl1 111 5OlllL' p11r.1dcs 1111 11111 Q11111- Illlllllly Inu, Band SI Cai! Clarkiflntl-fag 1 ffnuts Cn S I Usqn Fe Ulqnd X x Jeaninnc Jordan, Wesley Dchn, Arthur St. George, Alvin Johnson, Naomi Tucker, Lois Barth, Norm.tn Bdlswick, Donna Nordell, Lois ll.1le, Bill Durbin, Richard Balswick, Leroy CJtJl1l.1, Rcnccca Lcverctt, Carol Anderson, Glen Johnson, John Nelson, Linda Hardin. FOURTH ROW: lilmer Renncr, David Blower, Frank Bell, Donald Blakely, Bonnie Young Ernie Vrcnios, Dick Bergstrom, Bruce Mclvlillcn, Evelyn Haarberg, Bonnie Cordell, Pat Frazier, Sharon Challbbrg, Lou Ann Santos, Alma Loethen, Margaret Francis, Mr. Wing, Sl1.1ric ly'-1l'klI1SOll, David Olson, 'Wesley Urton, Mike Fox. if lv-'l " - J -. Y, .151 ' c- s, Jo M Paree if , X I ,I My ,, X Z""' 5 Stage Manager ...... Jim Crow Mrs. Gibbs .,....,. Wanda Dill , Linda Swanson Mrs.Webb. . . . . . Sandy Pool, Carol Hanson Dr. Gibbs . . , . . Bob Arrollo Joe Crowell ...... Dwight Reed l'lowicNewsome. . . Frank Mcttert Rebecca Gibbs. , , Donna Ingram, Sally Schneider George Gibbs ..... lirnie Vrcnios Emily Webb ..., Jacque Peffers, Alice Ramos Other Members of Cast Albert Crain, Gail Nystrom, Doug' las Brown, Janice Aulrcy, Laura Ricardo, Danny Harris, Roberta Vargas, Clarence Chrisman, Linda llardin, Betsy 'l'errill, Leroy Bliz- aid, Maxine Kane, Sandy Adams, Quo Washburn, Carol llcdlt, Lau- rine llmolrs, Louisa Marlin, Saundra Dill, Shirley Cox, Jennifer King, Steve llirchall, Judy Cortopassi, Carolyn Griflin, Janis Gam, Dar- lene Roach. Dino Falcaro .... Myrl Motsinger Mr. Sheridan ...... Wayne Read Shirleywallace .... Linda Hardin Jackie ........ Darlene Roach Miss Haines ..... Lucille Cooper Danny ...... . . .Danny Harris Steve . . . ..... Gary Seymour Sylvia . . ...... Laura Ricardo Della . . , . . Wanda Falkenberg Pat ..... ...... S andy Pool Bea ...... . . . Donna Ingram Mr.Mandel . . . . . . Doug Brown Tony Falcaro . . . . . Bob Arrollo Mrs. Falcaro . . . . . Betsy Terrill Mr. Falcaro ...... Ernie Vrenios Mrs. Mikula .... Nelda Chandler First Young Girl . . . Alice Ramos Second Young Cirl , . Lynda Clark The Hope of the World 3' Nnrrntor ..... Speech Soloisrs. Isaiah. . . Zacharias. . . The Angel .... Mary ..... . lilisahcth. . . joseph .... Shepherds .... . . . .Paul Young . .Pctcr Thompson Pair Vanatta . . . David Blower .. . Albert Crane . Lillian Williams . . . Janice Gant . . Linda Smithart . . . . Keith Parks .Eldon llawksworth Kenny You ng Tom Garrida l Z X .viii fy'k ogg? ,W I J gr o J.. . gin 'K "Q-..,.,,..5 ,YQ J. .. ., ,., vkvj, .0 S Qfzrf' 'H ...M -gy ,.. km Wanda Moon , Ann Hillis, Bev Fiorini. ,A hy img Jane Nunes , Kathi Markley, xi Barbara Hampton, Terri Thompson, Saundra Dill , Toni Hatch. F' gm, . W 1 All School Spirit Stomp Snow Varslty Haunted Hop HWS' 120 Dances Ball Cupids Crawl Victory Coronatlon Ball 121 i 11 i I r 5 -' 5,1 , flu: g, ,A , , 0 , :gh E Q 'Y .. if .Xu LS: - if I Y! W1 r 1' v 4 Knutxen ' . ,Eg ,S 1 . mix 's Y? asf 1 1' va YZ K I E X 0 f x Q5 sk f. jf . X xx. v 'A- ,,s , 'inf ,- R. AQQJQTRQX Q... 'H "' 3x53 MN ,ii ffifyr .I QW' Ii Zffff :kia Football Princesses Linda Carr Basketball Princesses Jacque Peffcrs Charlotte Peterson Linda Hardin Life C. S. F BACK ROW: Bob Daniel, Dick Gearhart, Clare Carlson, Lois Barth, Lynda Julien, Carol Anderson, Charlene Kephart, Karen Hoffman, Linda St. Louis, Stan Todd, Maxine Kane, John Soderstrom. SEATED: Carol Carter, Susan Fer- nandes, Charlotte Peterson, Linda Hardin, Jo Ellen Bewley, Betty Norseen, Marilyn Beatty, Jacque Peffers, Bonnie Young, Ann Warden. ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Lucille Cooper, Bruce McMi1len, John Shaffer. -1i'U.Y . " 54 E li A ul Mr. Wesley Wellander L11 Students pictured here are life members of C.S.F.--in uncharacteristic positions of relaxation. They have achieved C.S.F. membership four semester Qout of the last six, one in the senior yearj. For their hard work they will be awarded pins as well as gold seals on their diplomas. Under the sympathetic guidance of Mr. Wellander, the organization has grown and enjoyed an unusually successful year. 125 r I 1 1 The gang is all here to watch the game leading our team to victory and fame. The game is exciting and great is the test but our boys, coaches, and spirit prove best. Another glowing triumph is now our gain and the glory of this year will always remain. I 'I - gq DILISI5 uvqgil' FIRST ROW: L. Bettincourt, J. Omlin, N. Gee, M. Santos, S. Knutsen, J. Sharbrough, L. Hardin, L. Barth, M. Lewis, V. Bettincourt, B. Young, J. Blair. SECOND ROW: K. Hoffman, D. Largent, D. Souza, L. Martin, E. Haarberg, L. Johnson, A. Hillis, C. Peterson, P. Mercer, L. Carr, M. Lackner, K. Shackelford, THIRD ROW: M. John, B. Sil- veira, R. Woodward, A. Warden, C. Kephart, B. Sahlstrom, L. St. Louis, M. Mathews, C. Anderson, D. Brown, L. Ilusby, S. Gill. FOURTH ROW: S. Middleton, P. Ellis, M. Strom, L. Crowell, L. Sanders, J. Bewley, E. Jacobs, C. Carlson, W. Moon, B. Fiorini, K. Gcnseal, C. Hills, G. Vaden, L. East, P. Niebaum. Seniors G. A. A. -Iuniors FIRST ROW: L. Garcia, M. Ritchey, D. Ingram, M. Beatty, S. Pool, B. Davenport, J. Floyd, T. Hatch, K. Markley, S. Fernandes, E. Mireles. SECOND ROW: K. Vieira, D. Mello, M. Gomes, M. Martin, T. Thompson, E. Vierra, J. Klynstra, J. Vickery, C. Nunes, A. Jimenez, J. Sharbrough. THIRD ROW: J. Plett, J. Van Norman, L. Hale, G. Antifae, L. Holland, L. De Brock, C. Wallin, J. Reed, L. Marques, L. Pacheco, R. Lindvall, J. Ahlberg. BACK ROW: S. Snider, M. Brown, B. Blaker, N. Winans, M. Richards, J. Lucas, L. Price, P. Clayton, C. Bullock, J. Folly, S. Lackner, J. Elzenga, J. Davis. n m 1 . ,, - .. - FIRST ROW: M. Hunt, J. Silva, C. Noda, K. Arrollo, S. Adams, L. Pool, E. Nunes, J. Nunes, M. Burman, A. Neely, R. MacDonald, J. Cortopassi, L. Scudder. SECOND ROW: K. Smith, V. Critchfield, C. Almand, L. Shep- ard, J. Zimmarman, J. Autrey, C. Hupp, J. Johnson, D. Graves, C. Jorritsma, N. Buck, S. Lucas. THIRD ROW: G. Wright, D. Woodward, D. Fagundes, S. Avila, B. Butler, R. Conyers, S. Washburn, D. Ehrlich, M. Kronberg, T. Hubbard, A. Ramos, B. Leverett, S. Ericksen. FOURTH ROW: J. Daniel, B. Graves, M. Anderson, P. Clayton, N. Gorman, B. Keith, I.. Snedigar, E. Weaver, C. Adams, J. Johnson, K. Youngquist, L. Ricardo, M. Padilla, J. Jor- dan, H. Yohannan. Sophomores GAA, one of the very oldest clubs at Turlock High, is an organization for girls interested in athletics. The girls be- longing to thi' club participate in playdays, leadership days, and Extra -Mural League meetings. This year the club also had a CAA dance, held a GAA Banquet, and helped sponsor an all-school dance. This club is a lot of fun for the girls, and it helps to promote better sportsmanship and improve leadership. P. WHITAKER M. CORVELLO P. KINSELLA G. A. A. Snaps I mms 131 --M ,M . . ,,. 4 ,. I ,...-,...... - J L X . - A .2 'f v A J 'Y ' FIRST ROW: M. Santos, D. Brown, L. Barth, M. John, S. Knutsen, L. Hardin, B. Young, C. Anderson, J. Blair. SEC- OND ROW: J. Omlin, B. Sahlstrom, V. Betteneourt, D. Largent, D. Souza, L. Martin, L. Johnson A Hillis E Haar img. Tiimo Row. M. cofvciio, mdvisofy, L. Husby, M. Lewis, J. sharbrough, P. Ellis, C. cafisoii, K. Genscal, L.- Carr. FOURTH ROW: L. Bettencourt, J. Peffers, N. Gee, K. Hoffman. FIFTH ROW: W. Moon, L. Sanders, C. Kephart, E. Jacobs, L. St. Louis, B. Fiorini, J. Bewley. SIXTH ROW: C. Hills, M. Matthews, L. East, G. Vaden, B. Silveira, P. Mercer, A. Warden. BACK ROW: C. Peterson, L. Crowell, M. Strom, M. Lackner, P. Niebaum, K. Shackelford, S. Gill. Beta Tau Sigma This club is the goal ofthe members of GAA. A girl must earn 1500 points by participating in sports activities and demonstrating outstanding ability before she is eligible to become a member. This year the members aided in administering the polio shots, held a Tau Sigma Banquet and gave a special ban- quet for the members of our Championship football team. G. A. A. Officers President Vice President Bev Fiorini Cynthia Nunes LEFT to RIGHT: T. Thompson, Yell Leader, L. Barth, Secretary-Treasurer, C. Carlson, Rep. to Club Council, P. Ellis, IT, Recording Secretary, T. Hatch, Yell ' C Leader. TOP ROW: Dale Vollrath, President, Larry Sweet, Secretary-Treasurer. BOTTOM ROW: Ray Martinez, Vice President, Rudy Hernandez, Representa- tive to Club Council. Block "T" Block "T" is the goal of boys who participate in athletic activities at Turlock High. ln order to join a boy must earn a Varsity letter in any sport. Among the many services the club performs is patroling the rallies to make sure everyone attends them. They also aided greatly in the new cleanup and citizenship campaign. Block along with offering a grcat deal of fun for its members, promotes good sportsmanship throughout the school. FIRST ROW: J. Harlan, A. DeBroeck, R. Smithcamp, G. Buzzini, C. Tamraz, R. Martinez, R. Sarhad, E. Noda, M. Motsinger, J. Smith, R. Johnson, M. Fox. SECOND ROW: J. Mayberry, J. Garner, J. Knox, D. Stiles, P. Young, P. Mares, A. Abraham, L. Souza, R. Gonzales, M. Carlson, B. Rogers, B. Enfantino, E. Daniel. THIRD ROW: R. Allen, G. Atwood, R. Cooper, L. Christoffersen, B. Kelly, T. Fetherston, J. Wilkey, L. Carlson, S. Shummon, J. Forte, S. Copeland, J. Balswick. BACK ROW: J. Debely QAdvisorj, R. Balswick, R. Weiglein, R. Osborne, S. Todd, I.. Sweet, M. Parker, B. Stiles, S. Birchall, J. Highfill, P. Myers, D. Fox, D. Vollrath. R. Sarhad . Harlan R. Yettman M. Parker A. Abraham D. Fox R. Martinez " Wwniw Q? R. Johnson W Captain of the Year Paul Myers X X 'L - ' Coaches DON GOLDSTEIN LES RATZLAFF ED JALLI Turlock. Turlock. Turlock. Turlock. Turlock. Turlock. Turlock. Turlock. Turlock. Turlock. Total. . ...13 ...19 ...26 ...13 ...19 ...24 ...14 ...25 ...l4 27 . 194 Souza Stiles T. Fetherston Wilkey Highfill D. Vollrath ' an 134 Madera . . . Franklin . . Edison . . . Tracy . . . Manteca. . . . . . Oakdale. . . . . Stagg . . . Downey. . . Lodi ..... Modesto. . . . . . Total .... J. Forte J. Smith B. Rodgers O. McVay R. Dias R. McCoun MANAGERS: D. Mayberry, L. Sweet, D. Murray. 135 R. Osborne A. Mares G. Fusi S. Shummon J. Hardwick J. Mayberry M. Farnum D. Harris Captain of the Year Lavern Carlson FIRST ROW: R. Yettman, M. Parker, A. Abraham, D. Fox, J. Highiill, J. Wilkey, T. Fetherston. BACK ROW: J. Harlan, B. Stiles, R. Sarhad, P. Myers, L. Souza. Varsity This year our varsity football team became the first champions of the newly formed Central California Conference. They finished the season with an undefeated record of ten straight victories. Due to this fine record, the San Francisco Examiner and the San Francisco Chronicle rated the Bulldogs second in Northern Califomia. The team was composed of two first strings. The coaches played the boys where they fitted best to form both a strong offensive and defensive platoon. This worked out very well as we developed a very strong running attack and our ground defense was excellent. The boys showed great drive, spirit, and determination by coming from behind in five games and succeeding in holding their opponents scoreless in four others. FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING PENALTIES TOTAL TURLOCK 1 1 2 1 9 6 1 37 OPPONENTS 51 23 4 78 YARDS GAINED FUMBLES LOST RUSHING PASSING TOTAL 9 2206 684 2890 16 1 008 751 1759 PASSING PASSES ATTEMPTED PASSES COMPLETED HAD INTERCEPTED 1 13 39 1 1 1 1 9 45 1 3 FIRST ROW: O. McVay, J. Hardwick, B. Rodgers, R. Dias, S. Shummon. BACK ROW: J. Smith, R. Osborne, D. Vollrath, L. Carlson, P. Myers, J. Forte. FIRST ROW: R. Rocha, O. McVay, J. Highfill, L. Carlson, J. Wilkey, A. Abraham, D. Fox, D. Vollrath, J. Forte, H. Davenport, J. Harlan, R. Dias, S. Shummon. SECOND ROW: R. Smithcamp, S. Nordell, L. Hager, R. Osbome, R. Yettman, P. Myers, R. Allen, D. Harris, J. Mayberry, J. Hardwick, R. Martinez, A. Mares. THIRD ROW: L. Weiss, C. Fusi, J. Smith, L. Souza, B. Rogers, R. Sarhad, R. Johnson, T. Fetherston, T. McCauley, L. Sederquist, B. Lunsford, C. Anderson. TOP ROW: B. Schmidt, L. Dickey, P. Young, J. Davison, M. Famum, L. Youngquist, B. Stiles, M. Parker, P. Geeson, D. Stiles, D. Lindbeck, F. Andrews. unior Varsity The Turlock High School J.V.'s opened the 1957 season with a loss to Edison, 12-O. The team would not give up and in their next game they defeated Tracy by a score of 12-0. They then went on to beat both Manteca and our arch rival Modesto by scores of 6-O. Oakdale forfeited its game with Turlock and Turlock forfeited its game with Downey. The J.V.'s forfeit was due to the fact that our Varsity almost had the Championship within its grasp and many of the J.V.'s were needed for Varsity competition. FRONT ROW: L. Hager, R. Rocha, L. Weiss, B. Lunsford, R. Johnson, P. Young, P. Geeson, D. Lindbeck, L. Young- guist. BACK ROW: B. Schmidt, L. Dickey, M. Farnam, D. Stiles, C. Anderson, J. Davison, S. Nordell, Coach Ed alli. ,,,,,,,,,,,., 'X qi' FIRST ROW: J. Weise, L. Keirn, G. Atwood, B. Stewart, M. Watson, A. DeBroeck, B. Moore, N. Lindquist. BACK ROW: J. Robinson, E. Noda, G. Buzzini, L. Rozario, B. Neely, B. Enfantino. Bullpups The Bullpups were coached by Dave Weise and Ezio Pedretti. This year the team had only one returning veteran, Nick Lucero, who was injured in the opening game of the season on the kickoff, However, the team showed fine spirit and a willingness to work and finished the season with a record of 5 wins and 4 losses. The squad had 16 boys with no previous experience. Potentially they have a very strong chance of finishing near the top of the league next year. FIRST ROW: B. Enfantino, L. Keirn, D. Brunner, S. Copeland, D. Sexton, G. Hill, B. Moore. BACK ROW: C. Hoffenkamp, B. Neely, J. Weise, G. Atwood, G. Buzzini, B. Stewart. - fri '. 50- f' v 0 , .-.Mo . r.23.'s2eS'f,,w"?'r?' Wlisjfkf .g.,-Eff f'ar'4l?s'3j:.-A Sw-ff.iif-'?Mf? ' ...M .. -. ,,. ""?L.aus-lf. u...nv-"' COACH DAVE WEISE COACH EIO PEDRETTI FIRST ROW: J. Weise, L. Keirn, G. Atwood, B. Stewart, M. Watson, A. DeBroeck, B. Moore, N. Lxndqulst G Buzzini, B. Neely, J. Robinson. SECOND ROW: C. Hoffenkamp, B. Martin, D. Vierra, D. Wilkey N Lucero L Duree, K. Crossman, D. Sexton, E. Noda, L. Hughes, B. Engantino. 'THIRD ROW: B. Simpson, R. Pole D Brun ner, R. Spensely, B. Hammond, D. Stitt, P. Gosselin, G. Hill, L. Rozario, M. Fox. TOP ROW: M Kronberg, S Copeland, J. Faulkenberry, E. Enfantino, R. Hemandez, S. Martinez. Turlock Turlock Turlock. Turlock Turlock. Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock. Total. . 1 . - . . . - - . . MANAGERS: M. Raliegh, F. Graves, N. Lucero. ..0 ..0 ...O ...37 ..6 ..l9 ..28 ..6 ..l9 ...O ...115 139 Madera. Franklin Edison. . Tracy. . Manteca. . Oakdale Stagg . . Downey . . Lodi. . . Modesto Total. . . . 'Wfdf lr' FIRST ROW: L. Goodwin, F. Wingett, T. West, R. Simpson, J. Reich, M. Harlan, J. Enos, R. Sarabia, E. Ladd, K. Andrews. SECOND ROW: J. Alvardo, J. Chenault, G. Freeden, D. Nordell, C. Rosen, J. Green, K. McMurphy, P. Stewart, D. Dahlstrom. THIRD ROW: S. Vieira, H. Morse, R. Archer, A. Rocha, M. Santos, B. Ramos, M. Bonan- der, G. Donaldson, G. Hartivickson, J. Lytle. FOURTH ROW: C. Stone, K. Dow, R. Barrett, J. Birehall, K. Sanders, J. McMlellan, D. Kirby, D. Andrino, L. Roberts. TOP ROW: J. Jensen, J. Shumway, D. Boucher, C. Knutsen, M. Casey, R. Desper, E. Christoffersen, R. Emery. COACH VERN PITAU "B" Reserves The "B" Reserves, coached by Vern Pitau, finished the 1957 season with a record of 4 wins and 4 defeats. The reserves had a very rough season this year due to the Asiatic Flu and to a great many injurys. The team was forced to forfeit one game with Livingston because there were only 14 boys able to play ball and they had not practiced in nine days. The boys played their best game against Downey and although they met defeat, they had the ball in Downey territory more than four-fifths of the game. Over all the B-reserves contained a lot more material than their own record indicates and many of the boys will be a great aid to our Varsity and "ll" teams of the future. FIRST ROW: G. Enos, F. Wingett, D. Kirby, D. Andrino, S. Vieira, J. Reich, I.. Roberts, E. Ladd, J. Shumway, J. Jensen. BACK ROW: C. Stone, G. Fredeen, H. Morse, J. McClellan, K. Dow, J. West, E. Christoffcrsen, M. Har- lan, J. Chenault. - K S. LEFT to RIGHT: G. Buzzini, M. Motsinger, J. Hardwick, B. Kelley, T. Fetherston, M. Farnam, S. Todd, L. Bames, A. Ward, P. Myers, A. Mares, L. Souza. "A" Basketball Turlock - 58. . .Livingston - 44 Turlock - 48. . .Livingston - 27 Turlock - 47. . .Downey - 34 Turlock - 44. . .Oakdale - 46 Turlock - 33. . .Tracy - 36 r 1 ,ff 5, COACH DAVE WEISE The Varsity Basketball Team had 7 returning veterans this year and some excellent graduates from last year's "B" Team. As this copy goes to press their league record is 1 win and 2 losses. The two losses were to Oakdale and Tracy by 2 and 3 points respectively. These games were both lost by bad breaks and the Bulldogs still have a fine chalice of finishing high in the standings. MANAGERS: L. Youngquist, L. Sweet, D. Tarone. I-.- :gk f LEFT to RIGHT: R. Weiglein fManagerj, R. Rocha, R. Sarhad, F. Mettert, N. Balswick, B. Hammond, T. D'Orazi, N. Lindquist, R. Hawkins, E. Hartvickson, C. Rosen, G. Atwood, M. Kronberg, M. Harlan, B. Stewart, G. Fusi, J. Mayberry fManagerj. "B" Basketball Turlock - 41. . .Livingston - 44 Turlock - 32. . .Livingston - 20 Turlock - 29. . .Downey - 26 Turlock - 43. . .Oakdale - 33 Turlock - 39. . .Tracy - 13 COACH DON GOLDSTEIN The future looks bright for the Bullpups. They lost their first practice game with Livingston by a close margin, but in a retum match they proved their superiority. Downey, Oakdale, and Tracy then fell to the Bullpups in league games. As this copy goes to press the Bullpups are on top in the junior division of the C.C.C. with a league record of 3-O. 144 BACK ROW: R. Pole, K. Dow, J. Gallison, D. Silva, T. Mooney, J. Hart, J. McClellan. FIRST ROW A. Rocha, D. Kirby, M. Jensen, E. Christoffersen, G. Knutsen, C. Fredeen. 'B' Reserves This year the B - reserve team was composed of 13 players, but since there was no Junior Varsity squad, Coach Pitau was forced to divide this small group into two teams, a Freshman and a Freshman - Sophomore squad. The Freshman team finished the year with a 5 win - 4 loss record. The Frosh. - Soph. squad had a little rougher time as they were matched L cf' against bigger teams than are usually played by our B - reserves. They iff e-.i gif' completed the season with a 2 - 7 record. Their best performance of the ,gi 5 year seemed to be the Hughson game in which they defeated the Hughson 37' B's by a score of 38 to 33. The boys and their coach deserve a lot of - credit for the good ball they played this year. T g .sl D e Due to an early deadline the complete schedule of the Varsity and "B" Team scores was not printed on their respective pages. N5 'A' Scores 'B' Scores Turlock Downey Turlock Turlock Oakdale Turlock Turlock Tracy Turlock Turlock Edison Turlock Turlock Lodi Turlock Turlock Stagg Turlock Turlock Franklin Turlock Turlock Modesto Turlock Turlock Manteca Tur10Ck Turlock Downey TU1'10Ck Turlock Oakdale Turlock Turlock Tracy Turlock Turlock Edison TU1'10Ck Turlock Lodi Turlock Turlock Stagg Turlock Turlock Franklin Turlock Turlock Manteca Turlock Turlock Modesto Turlock COACH VERN PITAU 3 Downey Oakdale Tracy Edison Lodi Stagg Franklin Modesto Manteca Downey Oakdale Tracy Edison Lodi Stagg Franklin Manteca Modesto FIRST ROW: R. Lucero, R. Simpson, J. Robinson, F. Bigler, B. Enfantino, S. Copeland, D. Stitt, G. Hill, A. De- breock, O. McVay, J. Smith, B. Neeley. BACK ROW: D. Murray, J. Ritter, R. Martinez, P. Bigler, D. Vollrath, A. Abraham, L. Carlson, B. Stiles, E. Daniel, S. Birchall, R. Hernandes Qmanagerj. DALE VOLLRATH - 165 TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . TURLOCK . . ..22 ..48 ..36 ..WON ..48 ..48 ..36 ..19 ..19 ..42 ..43 TURLOCK ...... 47 TURLOCK ...... 4th PLACE TURLOCK ...... 40 TURLOCK ...... 24 TURLOCK . . . . 37 TURLOCK . . . . 37 TURLOCK . . . . WON TURLOCK . . . . 19 TURLOCK ...... WON TURLOCK ...... 30 TURLOCK 1ih'151.lxcE OUT OF se scHOOLs Varsxty Second All Valley Second C.C.C. First C.C.C. Third Sac - Joaquin First Sac - Joaquin 1957 Second Place Section Sac - Joaquin Novice COACH ED JALLI - 'N STEVE BIRCHALL - 190 LIVINGSTON ..... 26 DOWNEY ........ 5 HUGHSON ...... 14 NOVICE MEET TRACY ...... 5 OAKDALE .... . . 2 HUGHSON . . . . . 16 MADERA . . . . . . 31 MODESTO ...... 31 MANTECA . . . . . 5 DOWNEY....... 5 TRACY........ s ALL VALLEY TOURNA.. MENT OAKDALE ....... a MODESTO ...... zz MANTECA ...... 13 LIVINGSTON ..... 16 c.c.c. TOURNAMENT FRILSNO ........ 29 sAc - JOAQUIN SECTIONAL MEET MADERA ....... 18 NORTH STATE cz-rAMP1ONsH1Ps First C.C.C. Third Sac - Joaquin Section Second Sac - Joaquin C-C-C- Ch3mPi0n Novice Sac - Joaquin Section Champion 1957 Sac - Joaquin RAY MARTINEZ - 145 Section Champion ORGIL MCVAY - 133 41 LAVERN CARLSON - 191 ALLEN ABRAHAM - 175 Sac - Joaquin Novice Second C.C.C. Wmne' Sac - Joaquin Section 'L ' Champion 3 Third Place Northern California Tourna- ment Wfrestling The Bulldog varsity wrestling team shared the dual meet title for the C.C.C. with Modesto, both teams finishing the season with 9 and 1 records. Turlock lost early season meets to Livingston, Modesto, and Madera, but later the Bulldogs defeated all three teams in return matches. The strength of the team was its balance in all weight divisions. Turlock won the C.C.C. tournament by placing all twelve of their men. They overwhelmingly won the Sac - Joaquin Section Tournament and by doing so placed eleven men in the Northern California Tournament at Berkeley. At this tournament the Bulldogs placed seventh out of fifty-six schools. The Junior Varsity provided tough competition in all weights, and during the course of the year forty boys repre- sented Turlock High School in tournaments or dual meets. The J.V.'s were undefeated during this 5035011- Reserves FIRST ROW: D. Reed, D. Christopher, R. Spensley, S. Vieira, B. Ramos, D. Nordell, L. Gomez D. Wilkey, L. Roberts, L. Kim, J. Green, C. Nelson, B. Rogers. BACK ROW: I. Rodriguez, J. Rich, P. Gosselin, E. Enfantino, F. Graves, S. Martinez, S. Nordell, R. Johnson, L. Dickey, D. Stiles, B. Lunsford, B. Weiss. Pr . Q . -mx . - 1 . ' 5 ' A .. 1 ' fel -1- 1 JACKSON MAYBERRY 7149: 1.1 BOB KELLY 9. , CHARLES TAMARAZ CARL wx., . AL H HOFFENKAMP MY RL MOTSINGER COACH EZIO PEDRETTI LLOYD SOUZA GENE FUSI TOM FETHERSTON FIRST ROW: L. Souza, M. Motsinger, B. Moore, C. Hoffenkamp, G. Fusi, F. Mettert, B. Rogers. SECOND ROW: C. Tamaraz, R. Balswick, T. Fetherston, J. Mayberry, L. Christoffersen, C. Hass, M. Kronberg. Varsity Baseball The Varsity Baseball team will play an 18 game schedule in the new C.C.C. This is 4 games more than in the old league and will put a lot of pressure on the coach and players. The Bulldogs dropped their opening practice game against Livingston by a score of 5-3, and the retum match was rained out. The boys have been showing a lot of hustle, and although their hitting is somewhat weak, they are strong in the defensive and pitching departments. With a few breaks and a lot of spirit and drive the Bulldogs should find themselves near the top in the C.C.C. w L KW limi? QM 4-W PITCHERS: Richard Balswick, Leroy Youngquist, Carl Hass, Dale MANAGERS: Durelle Mayberry, you,-ath, David Murray, Dave Fox. FIRST ROW: K. Dow, D. Kirby, R. Spensley, K. Sander, M. Bonander, G. Fredeen, B. Welch, B. Neely, M. Jen- sen. SECOND ROW: H. Blanc, N. Balswick, G. Atwood, L. Palmer, L. Hughes, J. Hart, J. McClellan. Bullpups The "B" Baseball team is composed of Freshmen and Sophomores. In their first game of the season they battled Livingston to a 6-6 tie. The second Livingston game was called off because of rain. The "B's" begin their league play against Downey and face a rugged schedule for the rest of the year. All the experience they are able to gain this year will aid the boys greatly in their future years of baseball at T.H.S. COACH VERN PITAU MANAGERS: R. Rocha, B. Kennedy. 11.1 if Basketball and Spring Sports ii 4 , 8 M' ' ' """ -Q ngxz .W - 1 FIRST ROW: D. Moss, P. Bigler, R. Martinez, J. Harlan, A. Mares, C. Hawksworth, S. Nordell, A. Abraham, L. Carlson. SECOND ROW: B. Lunsford, L. Weiss, D. Tarone, R. Osborne, J. Garner, J. Forte, P. Young, P. Myers, D. Lindbeck, G. Ness. THIRD ROW: L. Dickey, J. Bergman, B. Stiles, H. Davenport, M. Parker, L. Barnes, M. Farnum, B. Tillner, W. Read, D. Stiles, D. Dow, C. Johnson. COACH JOE DEBELY Varsity Track This year's Varsity Track team is favored to place high in the C.C.C. standings. We have good depth in most events and the boys are showing excellent results for so early in the year. We are only 2 meets into the season and thus far Ron Osbome has tied the school record for the 220 yard dash at 21.6 seconds, and Jim Garner has run the 100 yard dash in 10.0 seconds which also ties a school record. The field events also gleam with accomplishments and if the boys continue to improve and perform as they have, Turlock may have another C.C.C. championship this year. FIRST ROW: J. Garner, J. Harlan, A. Mares, P. Myers, D. Dow. SECOND ROW: H. Davenport, R. Osbome, M. Parker, L. Bames, B. Tillncr, B. Stiles. V - 1 1 - - Q 3 'fx 1 ' FIRST ROW: F. See, L. Gomes, R. Rocha, J. Robinson, R. Sarhad, S. Martinez, R. Hemandez, D. McNab, E. Noda, S. Gregory. SECOND ROWr D. Silva, L. Keirn, A. Allen, A. DeBroeck, M. Parker, J. DeSallcs, P. Gos- selin, E. Enfantino, J. Wcisc, C. Buzzini, J. Smith. THIRD ROW: L. Roberts, L. Rozario, N. Lucero, K. Crossman, D. Johnson, S. Lindskoog, N. Lindquist, B. Ostrom, T. D'Orazi, E. Hartvickson, J. Lindsey, M. Stammerjohan. 'B' Track The 1958 season loolc promising for the "B" Track team. Thus far the boys have defeated both Oakdale and Lodi by substantial scores. One of the outstanding early season accomplishments is a jump of 5' 8 l!2" in the "B" high jump by Ray Rocha. The boys also have been performing well in the other events and if they keep up the good work they may find themselves on the top of the league at the end of the season. f-sg., -4-...., COACH DAVE WEISE FIRST ROW: J. Smith, E. Enfantino, R. Rocha, J. Robinson, R. Sarhad, C. Buzzini, P. Gosselin. SECOND ROW: L. Keirn, N. Lucero, K. Crossman, E. Hartvickson, T. D'Orazi, J. Weise. .W .E-.,a1:gg-2.-1-452:-1-.--'A-!egI1'rl'1 - .sv A.e.'.:. -.sev.g.e,--.r--.-.X-.5 :...- -- surifeavge, c2ef1!l'E"i,iif,l s'5ff rg 2.2 jfgg, 3 f?f-?!J'!5. :-f5Ejf?::2Q5Z311".a.' -"-WF' 9" -""7f' SQ S+ gi JL, . WA- .HJ .-.mmap , HL , 5.-, Q -ia U ,. 'r:wM."1'P2-wffvrfv'4wt:x?' W1'-1-'wi'-wrf-1 M -y ., -5 M 1Y'1.':3'9'.'!.W sz?3'f.i.:Sxi'Qn?n1Qvs3! .:?C"?,-5,"iF'f,g .35 .43 ,A A , 5 ',, 5 ,ai -K T ' 4 53:-fwfr: -f sfSq?y 41 X Q 'V '- .Ji inxrs is Q -17",.. ff- -f -v .v-1, ' K- 'mug ,----,--, . V. - T' '! "f 35? 'F' T f if-if' ii 14: ,iff fhg. -J 3 "A' 1 4 N3 qi 7 '1P ,"" T 3 J JW -Q A K 1 Q Q, 3 A - 1 H 'N T "' an V I uf FIRST ROW: Coach Lacampagne S. Birchall L. Bettincourt S. Todd R. Weiglein D. Bergstrom J. Balswick H Coach Ratzlaff BACK ROW: R. Aliem J. Scudder T. Duncan T. Mooney D. Girry M. Harlan J. Birchall D. Reed I.. Catania Tennis This year the Tennis team is under the combined guidance of Coach Ratzlaff and Mr. Lacampagne. The team began the season by defeating Livingston by the score of 5 to 0, but in their second game they were shut out by a very good Patterson team. The squad has many more matches scheduled this year and the boys are working hard and are determined to come out with a good record. Golf During the last two years our Golf team has brought two championships to T.H.S. The team this year has seven returning veterans and some promising newcomers. They began the season with a match against Lodi, whom they defeated by the score of 9 1X2 to 'Z 1f2. The future looks bright for this year's Golf team. - - . 1 L. A FIRST ROW: ' P. McCork1e A M. McCorkle X R. Gonzales M. Carlson R. Vanderford BACK ROW: P. Thompson C. Buzzini C. Hatfield R. Cooper C. Anderson P. Anderson S mm s I l -7 fl Through the art of photography, our memories appear as snaps of our students and their activities this year. We see them deep in studies, or planning a school affair, or enjoying themselves at fun and play, free from every care. We hope this section will amuse you, and above all supply a true portrayal of the campus life at Turlock High. Cf 0 0000 M we E' ,fm vf,'?f?3Q , , . . . T 3m ?u A .. gms ! tn x. 1 J I -Q -1 In if x 1: ,1 .ZA -5 - wwf i ' Y, Q., -, wx: 1 A - . vw- P we Mb 1 c P ' f , Q 'ol' 'Sf ,..n. A ,LR . f x 5 - N ,P N 35 'TJ A ,-ty' frfii ,ZIV fs, ,, ug J ,U -we. .--Nt was 3355 . 45- iq! ,Ziff , X f 1 --41 fi ff " i X5 sill A-5 -un, -9-Q Four ACES? !7 ig., V, Y' : L All In W sf 'll i N fry ,, 'N .iles ' Q Q-Q -Q: ltd N.. X"'k' Lookin' and a munchin xx R 6' ISS I!! Q: MB' S '00 ru 4 P 45 WHSJUE1 E1 Z ZF! Ubi 1 X The merchants of Turlock are the best in the land, they're friendly and helpful and always at hand. They supply our community's every need and desire with a service and quality we'll forever admire. And along with these deeds, let's not overlook the support they've so generously given our book. , . W Q A very important part of the yearbook is the section in which the ADVERTISEMENTS are featured. The support of Turlock area merchants advertising in the Alert determines the size of the book. Early in the school year, members of the Alert Staff went to many different businessmen in Turlock to obtain ads. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Lindblom of Lindblom 's Photo Studio worked with the students of the Alert Staff and the Alert Advisor, Mr. Pershing Olson, in capturing the true perspective of each business establishment. The friendly cooperation of the merchants helped tremendously and indeed reflects their fine ethics. We extend our thanks to each and every one of the merchants who helped support the Alert. The Alert Staff 166 A I 5,17 fm ,li if -1 Wx :BRN IKM I iilz.. -ly Q ' "Q. Thriftiness is a good trait, and who knows better than high school students who have limited budgets? Judy, Paul, Sam, and Jo Ann will tell you that a good way to keep track of your money is at . . . STANISLAUS-MERCED SAVINGS AND LOAN l2l S. Center ME 24045 4Q P ks--. - was . . , . . es., ' .,.........,...--we A.-.,v,, Do you have to serve refreshments often? Lloyd is telling Linda and Janice that for a special treat- delicious pastries-can always be found at . . . POLLY ANN BAKERY 121 N. Center ME 4-5419 +L-i Are you tired of all the noise and discomfort that comes Cute as kittens are Sherrill and Terri in these two from on uncarpeted fl00I'? Than do GS Joe and Lois are darling dresses that flatter any girl's figure modeled doing, see . . . for . . . JOHNSON RUG CO. KATHY'S CO-ED SHOP 223 E. Main ME 4-3458 208 E. Main ME 4-3l07 la ki, To make housekeeping duties easier and more Berma and Marge are looking over the Who, What, Why, interesting with the use of modern electrical ap- Where, When, and How's of our school paper made plionces, do as Susie and Gail are doing and shop possible only by . . . at . . . TURLOCK PRINTING CO. DON PEDRO HARDWARE co. 247 W- Main ME 4-5510 5 East Main ME 4'589l -urgqnu , Q' 1 73511164 For that man-trapping bait, Raelyn and Elizabeth Gene, Joy, and Roger are learning quite a few useful always shop where there is a complete cosmetic tips for body and fender repair at . . . department, and that is . . . BOB ANDERSON BODY AND FENDER SHOP TURLOCK DRUG CO. 7ll Lander Ave. ME 4-7286 233 E. Main ME 2-3l64 I M - l unlbxw' 'T 1 - ' H em' .-nf Rodney gives his approval as Joyce tries on these For the best fittings and latest styles in men's wear, rhinestone settings. Many other different settings can do as Ronnie and Gary are doing and shop at . . . be found at . . . GUY AND SLlGER MEN'S SHOP SYL-O-ETTE JEWELRY 22l W. Main ME 4-6233 234 E. Main ME 2-0410 '?'1'W""'1 3 'in 'ff 'V 1 , , I, QS. !?: AJ 1. ,. 2 ,L .31 XJ 1 . 'HQ f,., L ff K I I Mg: ' 'vT'Q""N' v H1 " WM, 1' U JaQSoay A XX . ,QQ S ex at-Q NIMH s.4 PYPMQ Rf. ,Q 1 I 1' 1-,s-Q-,f ACE. For fhe finest dependable service with the best possible resulfs, Jeannie, Joy, and Frances recommend that you take all your cleaning to . . . CARR'S CLEANERS 270 W. Main ME 4-3581 U-""' 'Cb 4 L if Lloyd and Judy are finding out that diamonds are lust Are you looking for c place in Turlock to fake your a few of the many fine pieces of iewelry found at . . . date fo dinner? Bob, Sharon, Jock, and Pot have cho en . . . GLOECKLER JEWELE RS S 235 W. Main ME 4-5152 ARLENE'S CHOW MEIN CAFE 236 E. Main ME 4-9969 Bev and Gail are shown loading a trunk full of Ez Flu lxlnlstihlzi Zlofllaiolztzitoirezlsfgniilggzznzlil groceries. This quality food and excellent service r ie w - - wear, the place to go is . . . is offered by ' ' ' TuRl.ocK MERCANTILE Lander Ave BROWWS MARKET ME 2 0016 200 W. Main ME 4-5672 ' ' For all your banking needs, our President, Richard, Treasurer, Maxine' and Assistant Treasurer, Jack, show a wise decision in choosing . . . SECURITY STATE BANK 134 W. Main ME 4-7271 ii Popcorn, pop, and platters. Lynne, Mary, Craig, Ted, Cheryl, and George are gathered around this Hi-Fi enioying fine-toned music that comes from this quality set from . . . DUBLIN FURNITURE STORE 200 E. Main ME 2-2250 fn,4,w f - Le W Either you like it or you don't1 and Evalyn seems to Do you have a sweet tooth??? Myrl and Cynthia are like this darling outfit offered by . . . shown diving into a tempting snack in . . . HOUSE OF TEENS LATIF'S FOUNTAIN AND COFFEE SHOP II9 S. Broadway ME 4-6422 III E. Main ME 4-535l I 1 W 1 l w N X . t Nd R 5 . N X Qx 5 qi' X . .nf 3 Lg? f ,K , . G: 1 - '- . Q1-11 4,12 - AL . ?Q - 5 . ' ' Q ' ff ' A7 . .Q fx A X N' ? V if , Z L Q5 3-l if 1 , ry' f I .' ff' I 5 s x at qw' , 'K using a m Y I iz, E1 , 'G 2 ., 9 -- ' , Q . x 'YJT . Q , - 'I 9 U , is , -f 'VW' , an -ur N il Will? I XX X Q Gary, Ron, Mike, and Don realize that this Blackhawk Porto-power that is being demonstrated, is part of the finest electrical supplies and courteous service found only at . . . KIRKES ELECTRIC :,,,,,3,,L,s.. 34l Flower St. ME 4-6495 ,1'U'U'l 11 XSS sg Bbiis f t ,s5W,Q,,,.fs.s,,s 1 if -- 5 sv Messe-Q-1-A 1. v "- , N.....-q---'yy-33-j - ' list f--1 mi? -, . Y . .1 of -was-vs . .MA us.. .X .... , .. .X.. ,f ,... New mee .Nxt .XXX W At this prominent music store, is shown a line up of fine, quality-tone pianos. These are just a few ofthe specialties that Jo Ann, Bugs, Ernie, and Jerry are taking advantage of at . . . TURLOCK MUSIC STORE 107 Lander Ave. ME 4 6397 YNCJH M, ,. vu el . gunman '11 4 P' my pq? gjyg rw 245,- .Vf , .Xffzti gt K XTC 4d?5Y"i 6 lin-ii E X l R 4 N41 QL, - Here we see Ruth and Eileen looking over a pamphlet onthe different types of air-conditioning to eliminate summer heat. Notice all the other appliances that can always be found at . . . OLSON'S PLU BI G For the finest in watches, iewelry, or silverware, plus friendly and expert service, Karen, Judy, Fred, and Danny advise you to visit. . . mwimm ZIMMERMAN'S JEWELRY -I I Smooth and Streamlined, that's these new 1958 Mercurys. Here we see Jim and our Songleaders, Sandy, Toni, Kathy, Jane, Barbara, and Terri looking them over. You can see them at . . . CROW OTORS .,....,Y-iuv- Eric, Jim, and Ron are looking on as Sherrill points out some important building hints. For any building needs or supplies be sure to visit . . . Sd MS HOME LU BER YARD INC. Janet and Jacque will verify that for prompt and ef- ficient prescrip- tion service, cos- metics, and for all your drug supplies, plus friendly serv- ice, the place to go if 5 4 6 Don't they look handsome? For o very complete selection of men's and boys' clothing, Leroy, Jerry, and Creig tell of the fine quality clothing found at . . . TURLO CK TOGGERY 216 E. Moin ME 4-4418 Flowers of every type and for every occasion, including the finest flow- er arrangements, as told by Marge, Elaine, and Cleatus, can always be found fresh and beautiful at . . . CALIFORNIA FLOWER and GIFT SHOP 229 W. Main ME 4-1133 PRESCRIPTION CENTRE 401 Crane Ave. ME 2-3181 Food - the feenager's pastime!! Bill, Bob, Rudy, Veronica, Lois Nancy, and Marilyn are sure of the best in meat, produce, and groceries from . . . , E ,,. . Kun! fm- LIBERTY MARKET 701 Lander Ave. ME 4-1219 133 1 A Nfl . beP43345-.,2iJiMfr.EELLi.2i.Ll Janice, Myrna, Carol, and Marilyn believe in "Building for the Future," with . . R. M. CARTER, GE ERAL BUILDING CONTR CT OR Mercantile Bldg. ME 44478 Mary Gail, Bev, Terri, and Tom know that spotless and fresh should be the condition at your clothes whether you are going to a party or lust looking for a iob. All will get fast expert service from . . . DU-RITE CLEA ERS I39 N. Center ME 4-6248 si, 'af . Y"' I 911 .. .vf"r....,. A EUJLMPES "The Cranks," Herbie, Doug, Arvel, and Allen know that if their cars are supplied with petroleum products from here, they can't miss. GEORGE H. N UNES GAS A D GILS ME 4-5628 Keyes Rd., Keyes, Calif. 'P Doesn't this look inviting? For the finest selection of choice meat plus friendly service and a fine variety of groceries, do as Sharon, Julie, Judy, Roger, and Larry do and always shop at. . . 1598 E. Ave. THRIFTY SUPER MART ME sz A mln uni? inokscns X Are you in need of plumbing, sheet metal, air-conditioning, or pumps? The best in quality equipment and repair, plus prompt and courteous service, can be found at . . . THORSENS' PLUMBING 134 Lander Ave. ME 2-3194 l in will FIRST WESTERN "- "It's First With First Western." For all banking transactions do as Doug, Frank, Linda, and Erma do and take them to . . . FIRST WESTERN BANK AND TRUST CO. 201 W. Main ME 4-5887 g A 2 . X .4 . 1 Q I , . -Q X,f1-i,ql,g?3Q3Q5 .L-.J n.-J, 1 , ' 1 4 ,I ? 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D E . c 0 . o .J Ts .. o U of : an . o T o .c U . a, Sherri 1:1 .E .J 1 .gg i,wn,3-5 ssusggfsfzss ' VIH' 'I Elf 1 ,11k'iW W NN. 4 gf! A ' l ' I ffl Ima A-5 -. 11 Q wg if f -f Q: A .Ai . x 2 if id s v ll., 3 4 V, 1 S Y 5 ,A ' f x -9" 'K - .15 'S w U1 f 51 , L 'W fgfff wr if WM gl HJ, Av X iv -.-,,. i " H ,1Af1.9'fV :TS ,is 'DE QE, . 2 , , S, 5' A I . 'mfg I dk xy! x, M 'lv 5' AMW . uw' 'wil my 'NPRM vw 1? :fx wgk, A :Q ' ' 'nfl-:Q , df! sn- Url f X - "Fx Are you wondering where to buy your next rug, floor Mary Lee and Dorothy are looking over some of the tile, or linoleum? Linda and Sandy recommend that many beauiiful flowers you can always find fresh of you go to . . . JOHNSON'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS DON'S FLOOR COVERING 124 N. Broadway ME 4-4467 128 Lander Ave. ME 4-3576 oooieee e e e e Nhen you Ylunk of phofography, think of WALTER PHOTO STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP 210 W Mann ME 4-4530 w1'lQf'S the first thing a person looks of? Your fee? of coursell So for the finest in any kind of shoe, do as Bob, Marie, Anita, and Sargon do and shop af . . . COEY'S SHOE STORE 126 W. Main ME 4-5314 1 1 e . , . , . u e ' ' 1 e I - E 9 . f . . 1 . O Q 1 e I . . I, 1 ' f e ' - f : l ' f Q e ' e 5 . Z ? - ' E 0 - I 0 f . . e "' eel: P ' 1.r'r ll U l l. x , I i 1 i Sheryl, Don, Betsy, and Ronnie watch the mixing and loading of superior products at . . . TURLOCK ROCK A D CONCRETE PIPE CO GRIN!! Janice and Alvin sit in beautiful surroundings and For that small article,-a gauge -or any other article, learn what makes a popular furniture store tick. Abe and Gary realize that the place for convenience Visit... and priceis... SOUZA'S BUTANE AND FURNITURE TURLOCK AUTO PARTS N- 99 Hwy. ME 2,1041 5l9 S. Center ME 4-4968 A yd, " rx Rx YHTJ lx v X li .1 ,J X -'V-my' . . . XX I' I , ' Aix" "F x Eiifi 'A ' . J' ti, X l i I . .iff R A W . , ' pf ,lfikl-Lf. ' ' K 01's ,, ' I . .f V - A 'ans-ina For fine quality and reasonably priced merchandise As you see, Evelyn, Dean, Alfred, and Jo Ann seem to that has satisified thousands of customers, Glenda think the favorite spot for a school snack, Pepsi, or and Susan recommend . . . ice cream is at . . . JENSEN'S VARIETY STORE FOSTER FREEZE 340 E. Main ME 4-4194 435 E. Main ME 4-3190 Bruce, Bob, and John go behind the scenes and rehearse for an "on the air" performance at . . . KTUR RADIO STATION Quincy Rd. ME 2-i390 5 lt ' u ,'l1W?Q41n':4 ll Q 4. Window shopping? As one con plainly see, style and If you want friendly service andthe best food - no quality come first, and Pat and Connie prefer smart matter what your taste is - Danny and Louisa clothing from . . . recommend . . . MARlE'S DRESS SHOP COMET DRIVE IN 141 N, Center ME 2-1829 575 Lander Ave. ME 2-l349 X .1 Has your car broken down or do you iust need some Margaret and Judy agree that you will find portable small part? Well, whatever it is - Steve, Guy, and typewriters, typing supplies, greeting cards, and Dale advise you to go to . . . many other gift items at. . . STARR'S AUTO PARTS RICHARD AND CHAMBERS TURLOCK STATIONERS 218 N- Broadway ME 4-5805 401 E. Main ME 4-6770 Ms , it i ll 111 ,,,,...-f' ,, F "I like this one!" excluims Sandy os she ond Lindo Here we see Edwino selling Bob ond Marlene delicious look over two of many TV styles at . . . hamburgers ond millcshulces from . . . M. K. NELSON RADIO SHOP C0-ED LUNCH 125 S. Center ME 4-5620 M1119 Lyons Ave. ME 2-0007 'SN ,E Smart Girl! Judy has chosen this stylish outfit and accessories - iust perfect for traveling or for ony occasion from . . . O JEWEL DRESS SHOP 124 N. Center ME 4-670l Bob Abraham shows Peggy and Janet listings of Homes, Farms, Income Properties, ond Business Opportunities at . . . BOB ABRAHAM REALTOR 222 E. Main ME 4-4289 N..-1, Having o party? Want to serve delicious donuts or fluffy cakes? Well, Mary Lou is showing Lou- anne and Beryl some of the mouthwatering pastries at . . . 1 BETTER BREAD BAKERY H2 N. Broadway ME 4-4650 Bill and Enoch listen as they hear ofthe value and quality of VALCHRIS turkey parts at . . . CHRISTOFFERSEN POULTRY AND FEED MARKET 6th 8- Lander Ave. ME 4-4981 Jersey Milk is Delicious, Healthful, and Refreshing. Joan and Donna know that you are assured ofgetting the finest Jersey dairy products at . . . MARKLEYS' DAIRY Berkely Ave. ME 4-3464 Mike, Bob, and Paul inspect a machine that will keep people "real coal" at... SAUNDERS SHEET METAL lst 81 Orchard ME 4-3636 Planning o bar-b-que? Whether it is hot dogs or steaks, Jim and Arlen advise Marvin for "the best meat for less" select from . . . ECONOMY MEAT MARKET 436 E. Main ME 4-3627 ,gi-2" K - : i el f . mx. -K , , - 6 f-. 7 . ffl A - L Al- .1 Y Guy, Barbara, Karen, Pete, and Wayne look as if they have purchased everything in the store. But why not, because everyihing comes best af . . . LIBERTY MARKET 710 Lander Ave. ME 4-1219 O .2-y"F 1 Jim, George, and Pete seem very happy about the building materials fsand and grcvelj available at . . . GEORGE ROCHA 1020 S. Rose ME 4-4141 A 84 W Root Beer Stand . . . Abraham, Bob, Real Estate ..... Anderson's Body 8r Fender Shop . . . Arlene 's Chow Mein Cafe ..... Bard's Sport Shop ........... Beatty, John H., and Associates . . . Better Bread Bakery ........ Brown's Food Market . . . California Flower 8s Gift Shop . . Carr's Cleaners ............ Carter, Ray, Contractor . . . . . . . . Christoffersen Poultry 8a Feed Mkt . Co-ed Lunch .............. Coeys' Family Shoe store . . . Comet, The ......... Crow Motors . . . . Don Pedro Hardware Co. . . . Don's Floor Covering ......... Dublin Furniture 8a Appliance Store Du-Rite Cleaners ..... ...... Economy Meat Market ..... First Western Bank 8s Trust Co. . . Foster Freeze ...... ...... Gloeckler Jewelers ..... Guy Alt Sliger Mens Shop . . . Hammond's Shoes ..... Home Lumber Yard Inc .... House of Teens .... .. . Izzy's Drive In . . I 8r B Motors ........ Jensen's Variety Store . . . Jewel Dress Shop ....... Johnson's House of Flowers . . Johnson's Rug Co ........ Kathy's Coed Shop . . Kirkes Electric ...... K T U R Radio Station . . . Larson 's Dress Shop .......... 5Latif's Fountain 8a Coffee Shop . . . Lela's Smart Shop .......... Advertisefs Index ..........187 . . .194 . . .169 ..172 . . .170 . . .186 ..194 .. 173 180 ..172 . . . .182 . . .194 ...193 ...189 ....192 ...179 ....168 .. ...189 ... ...174 ...182 ...195 ...184 ...191 .. ..172 .. ..169 ...175 ...179 ....174 ...176 ....171 ....191 ...193 ....189 168 ....168 ...177 ...191 ...176 ....174 ...188 Liberty Market ....... 181 Lindblom Photo Studio . . . . . . 193 Markley's Dairy ..... .195 Marie's Dress Shop .... 192 Martinez Plywood Sales . . 186 National Market ........ . . . 196 Nelson, M. K., Radio Shop . . . . . .193 Nunes, George H ....... 183 Olson's Pharmacy . . 175 Olson's Plumbing .... 178 Oneta's Home Bakery . . 188 Penney, J. C., Co. . . . . . .185 Penguin Ice Cream ..... 171 Petersen, E. A., Jeweler . . 170 Polly Ann Bakery ..... 167 Prescription Centre . . . 180 Richard 8s Chambers Stationers . . . . . . 192 Rocha, George ........ 196 Saunder's Sheet Metal . . . 195 Security State Bank .... 173 Simpson's Jewelry ........... . . . 185 Souza's Butane Sc Furniture 190 Stanislaus Merced Savings 8a Loan . . . . . . Starr's Auto Parts . . . . . . 167 ...192 Syl-o-ett Jewelry . . 169 Thorsens' Plumbing . . 184 Thrifty Super Mart . . . 183 Town Shop, The . . . 171 Turlock Auto Parts . . . 190 Turlock Drug Co ..... 169 Turlock Flower Shop . . . 170 Turlock Daily Journal . . . . . .175 Turlock Lumber Co .... . . .188 Turlock Mercantile Co. . . 173 Turlock Music Store . . . . . .177 Turlock Printing Co ..... 168 Turlock Rock 8a Concrete Co. . . . . .190 Turlock Toggery ....... 180 walter's Photo Studio . . 189 Youngdale's Hardware . . . 188 Zimmerman Jewelry . . . 178 Aaland, Mr. John 14 Abacherli, Helen 69 Abraham, Allen 29, 126, 133, 134, 136, 137, 146, 147, 152, 183 Abraham, Arlene 64, 85, 95 Abraham, Robert 76 Adams, Carol 68, 85, 96, 131 Adams, Mr. Carroll 12 Adams, Sandra 66, 68, 86, 116, 131, 189 Agresti, Harold 67, 83 Aguiar, Laura 77 Ahlberg, Janice 60, 62, 92, 108, 130, 167 Albert, Orrin 61 Allen, Albert 64, 82, 153 Allen, Colleen 74, 96 Allen, Jimmie 75, 83 Allen, Ronald 29, 133, 137, 155 Almand, Catherine 71, 93, 131 Alvarado, Amelia 71 Alvarado, Jesse 75, 140 Alviso, Mrs. Eunice 15 Ameel, Newell 62 Amos, Charlene 75 Anderson, Beverly 29, 86, 88, 96, 108, 173 Anderson, Beverly J. 70 Anderson, Carol 29, 84, 86, 87, 92, 110, 111, 113, 125, 130, 132 Anderson, Charles 71, 137, 155 Anderson, Cleates 80, 105, 180 Anderson, Elbert 76, 83 Anderson, Mr. George 18 Anderson, Janice 76 Anderson, Marla 69, 93, 131 Anderson, Marlen 29, 85, 90 Anderson, Mary 76 Anderson, Peter 63, 92, 95, 155, 196 Andrews, Frank 63, 137 Andrews, Ken 74, 140 Andrino, Don 68, 140 Andrus, Loren 29, 90, 95 Antifae, Gail 61, 88, 96, 108, 112, 130, 168 Antroll, Mr. Frederick 14 Archer, Ron 69, 140, 154 Arrollo, Karen 67, 131 Arrollo, Rita 77, 109 Arrollo, Robert 29, 90, 116, 117, 171 Aschwanden, Albert 74, 83 Aschwanden, Richard 69, 82 Aschby, Bill 73 Asell, Mrs. Geraldine 16 Assali, Aldo 61, 111 Atwood, Guy 67, 93, 133, 138, 139, 144, 150, 192 Atwood, John 29 Atwood, Leslie 62 Auld, Kathleen 70, 89, 108 Austin, William 76 Autrey, Janice 67, 85, 109, 116, 131, 190 Avalos, Raymond 65 Avila, Stel a 67, 131 Ayala, Armand 29 Baba, John 68 Baba, Joseph 29 Babb, Evelyn 30 Babb, Marlene 71 Backus, JoAnn 61, 85, 108, 112, 177 Index Bajone, John 69 Baker, Mr. Gilbert 14 Baker, Mary Ann 69 Baldo, Billy 30 Balswick, Carolyn 73 Balswick, Jerry 30, 133, 155 Balswick, Joyce 74, 109 Balswick, Norman 69, 113, 144, 150 Balswick, Richard 30, 113, 133, 149 Barkhousen, Leonard 70, 90 Barlow, Johnny 71 Barlow, Virginia 64 Barnes, Betty 76 Barnes, Bonnie 75 Barnes, Larry 25, 30, 105, 127, 143, 152, 186 Barnes, Manford 70, 82 Barrett, Ridgley 75, 140 Barth, Lois 30, 84, 86, 87,92, 111, 113, 125, 130, 132, 181 Bartlett, Barbara 30, 92 Bashor, Betty 30, 109 Bashor, James 64, 82 Bastien, Mrs. Bernice 16 Baucum, lorraine 68 Baxter, Dorothy 73 Beatty, Marilyn 30, 86, 87, 88, 92, 97, 125, 186 Beatty, Marjorie 62, 86, 97, 108, 130, 168 Beckett, Carolyn 73 Beets, Bill 30, 171 Behr, Nicole 76 Belew, Alice 73 Bell, Allen 70 Bell, Frank 75, 113 Bell, Howard 68 Benge, Beverly 31, 90 Bennett, Miss Shirley 19 Bergstrom, Dick 61, 113, 155 Berlau, Mrs. Helga 19 Best, Eddie 70 Bettencourt, Evelyn 67, 112, 191 Bettencourt, James 77 Bettencourt, Veronica 31, 86, 87,96, 111, 112, 130, 132, 181 Bettlncourt, Carol 75 Bettincourt, Leroy 31, 82, 155 Bettincourt, Lorraine 31, 97, 130, 132 Bevard, Barbara 70, 108 Bewley, Jo Ellen 31, 85, 86, 90, 92, 125, 130, 132 Bigler, Fred 146, 154 Bigler, Philip 61, 146, 152 Birchall, John 75, 116, 140, 155 Birchall, steven 31, ss, 89, 133, 146, 155, 192 Birchard, Norma 73, 109 Blair, Carroll 63 Blair, Diane 74 Blair, Judy 31, 130, 132 Blair, Linda 61 Blakely, Donald 31, 113, 154, 190 Blaker, Betsy 61, ae, 112, 130, 190 Blanc, Harold 73, 112, 150 Blanc, Joseph 31, 90 Blaylock, Sharon 63 Blevins, Dale 68, 154 Blevins, Leroy 75 Blizard, Leroy 70, 116 Blount, Arrahwanna 31 Blower, David 68, 113 Bodin, Bill 73, 95 198 Bolin, Sue 73, 108 Bomke, Karl 62, 92 Bomke, Kurt 74 Bonander, Mike 77, 140, 150 Bonander, Sharon 76, 109 Borba, Don 68 Boucher, Douglas 67, 140 Bowman, Rita 32, 92 Bowser, Jack 64 Bowser, John 82 Box, Clara 32, 108 Boyd, Artie 74 Boyd, Lester 63 Boyd, William 74 Brannon, Larry 73 Bravard, Mr. Phillip 15 Brazil, Alvin 61 Brazil, Norman 32 Brewer, Phyllis 74, 93, 108 Bristow, Bruce 63 Britt, Max 76 kittain, Gerald 69, 82 Britton, Joyce 73, 109 Bronson, Olene 32 Brooks, Laurine 32, 89, 116 Broom, Carolyn 32 Brouhard, Dennis 67 Brower, Sharon 75, 108 Brower, Tom 69 Brown, Barbara 63 Brown, Donna 32, 130, 132 Brown, Douglas 69, 89, 93, 116, 117 Brown, Marjory 24, 61, 86, 88, 110, 130, 180 kown, Paulette 72, 74 Brown, Ronald 32, 82 Brown, Sandra 69 Brown, Mr. Ted 12 Browning, Mr. George 19 Browning, Mr. Glen 19 Bfummm, Mitch 76 Brunner, Betty 76 Brunner, Danny 72, 73, 139 Buck, Margaret 63 Buck, Nancy 71, 96, 131 Bullock, Carolyn 63, 130 Burman, Jan 77, 93, 94, 109 Burman, Marcella 68, 85, 88, 93, Busby, Pat 75 Butler, Barbara 131 Butler, Betty 71 Butler, Truman 32 Buzzini, George 61, 133, 138, 139, 143, 153, 155, 174 131, 175 Cable, Bill 112 Caldwell, Euel 63 Caldwell, Gary 76, 83 Cameron, Mary 77 Campos, l.ionel 65 Canavan, Gerald 62 Cardoza, Hazel 69 Cardoza, Patricia 32, 86 Carkeet, Stanley 70, 93 Carlson, Clare 33, 84, 86, 87, 92, 93, 125, 130, 132,17 Carlson, Edwin 18 Carlson, Joanne 33 Carlson, Lavern 33, 133, 135, 136, 137, 146, 147, 152 Carlson, Leroy 77 Carlson, Loretta 33, 80, 105, 108 Carlson, Marvin 62, 133, 187 5 Carlson, Pauline 71, 93 Carlson, Philip 67, 82, 154 Carlson, Vaughn 67 Carlstrom, Marian 33 Carr, Kitty 68, 171 Cm, Linda 21, 22, aa, sv, ss, 89, 94, 101, 124, 130, 132, 171 Carrington, Fred 69 Carson, Paula 63 Carter, Carol 33, 80, 90, 92, 104, 125, 182 Carter, Dora 33 Carter, Nadine 76, 109 Carter, Ora 33 Carvalho, John 73, 83 Casey, Malcohm 140 Caslberg, Janice 69 Cassell, Max 63, 112 Cassle, David 69 Cassle, Michael 73, 108 Casteel, Rev. Frances 18 Casteel, Patricia 75 Castino, Ernest 61 Catania, Leroy 67, 111, 113, 155 Cecil, Terry 33 Grallberg, Sharon 73, 96, 113 Chambers, Ronald 34 Chandler, Nelda 34, 117 Chandler, Robert 73 Chaplin, David 73 Chaves, Joe 74 Chavez, Ray 154 Chenault, John 75, 140 Cherry, Carol 74 Chisum, Gary 70, 95 Chonopolis, Patricia 109 Christensen, Barbara 34 Cnristensen, Donna 73, 109 Christman, Clarence 61, 89, 90, 92, 116 Christman, James 34, 154 Christoffersen, Enoch 73, 140, 145, 149, 154, 194 Christoffersen, Larry 34, 133, 187 Christopher, Donald 63, 82, 147 Clark, Lynda 74, 108, 112, 117, 176 Clark, Mr. Melvin 18 Clark, Raymond 67, 151 Clark, Rose 76, 109 Claspill, Richard 73, 108, 110 Clausen, Mr. L. M. 17 Clayton, Pamela 70, 93, 97, 131 Clayton, Penny 63, 92, 95, 130 Clendenen, Paul 75 Clipper, Janet 75 Cobeen, Douglas 70 Coder, Betty 71 Coelho, Carolyn 71 Collard, Gary 67 Collier, Larry 75 Collins, James 71 , Collins, Dr. James 18 Comly, Charles 62 Comly, Darlene 70 Conte, Rosa 109 Conyers, Raenelle 67, 85, 131 Cook, Arlie 63 Cooper, Lucille 34, 92, 95, 117 Cooper, Ronnie 34, 90, 133, 190 Copeland, Stanley 34, 133, 139, 146 Cordell, Bonnie 75, 113 Corsaut, Dwight 34, 82 Corsaut, Wendell 68, 154 Cortopassi, Judy 66, 68, 81, 85, 116, 131, 172 Corvello, Mrs. Marie 17, 131, 132 Costa, Frances 73 Costa, Freddy 74 Couch, Cnarles 67 Couch, Sue 75 Cowan, Judy 62 Cox, Donald 34, 177 Cox, Leroy 83 Cox, Pat 74, 108 Cox, Shirley 35, 109, 116 Crabtree, Vivian 35 Crain, Albert 68, 116 Crain, Douglas 35 Critchfield, Vivien 70, 93, 94, 112, 131 Crivelli, Charles 35, 82, 187 Crivelli, Harvey 68, 82 Givelli, Pat 74 Crossman, Keith 35, 139, 1,53 Crow, Jim 35, 80, 88, 89, 92, 100, 105, 116 Crow, Judy 77 ' Crow, Sandy 64 Crowell, Lynne 35, 81, 86, 127, 130, 132, 174 Crowell, Michael 67, 82 Croy, Barbara 63 Cummings, Sharon 75 Curry, Dean 74, 111, 154, 155 Curry, Marlene 73 Dahlstrom, Douglas 69, 140, 154 Damas, Phillip 35, 82 Daniel, Ely 35, 133, 146 Daniel, Josephine 68, 131 Daniel, Robert 35, 87, 90, 94, 125, 127 Davenport, Berma 21, 22, 62, 8u, 92, 94, 101, 104, 107, 130, 168 Daverport, Herman 36, 137, 152, 170 David, Grace 64, 97 David, James 62, 87 Davis, Dona 36, 109 Davis, Jeannette 63, 130 Davis, Jerry 70, 83 Davis, Larry 74 Davis, Suzanne 68 Davison, Jim 63, 137 Dean, Dorothy 69, 97 Deaver, Linda 73, 109 Debely, Mr. Joseph 16, 1335 Debely, Susan 74, 93, 109, 191 DeBroeck, Albert 82, 133, 138, 139, 146, 153 DeBroeck, Lorraine 64, 81, 130 Dehn, Wesley 73, 154 DeLor, Nancy 76 DeSalles, James 68, 153, 195 Desper, Richard 69, 140, 154 Dias, Dick 36, 135, 136, 137, 170 Diaz, Virginia 36 Dick, Carolyn 108 Dick, Evalyn 75, 108, 174 Dickey, Leon 64, 82, 137, 141, 152 Dickinson, Donie 36 Dill, Saundra 24, 36, 116, 125, 179 Dill, Wanda 62, 108, 116 Dimberg, Lauren 61 Dirks, Nancy 69 Domatti, Sandra 69 199 Dompeling, John 70, 83 Donaldson, Gary 75, 140, 154 Donner, Mary 73 Doo, Nancy 36, 181 D'Orazi, Ted 62, 144, 153, 174 Dow, Don 36, 152 Dow, Ken 69, 140, 145, 150 Downing, Harold 76, 112 Drake, Kathryn 77, 93, 112 Drake, Roberta 63 Duarte, Mr. Joseph 17 Duffy, Mrs. Carolyn 19 Duhm, Kenneth 67, 82 Duke, Barbara 68, 93 Duke, Richard 74 Duncan, Arlene 61, 85, 90 Duncan, Rachel 70, 90 Duncan, Thomas 70, 155 Dunham, Nancy 62, 108 Dunnagan, Don 68 Dupre, Jack 70, 93, 154 Durbin, Bill 77, 113 Duree, Donald 67, 82, 83 Duree, Larry 68, 139 Durrence, Norwood 76 Durrer, Mary 71 Dutra, Patricia 71, 112 Duvall, Lois 73 Earnest, John 63 Earnest, Ruth 70, 109 Earp, Wyatt 74 Easley, Johnnie 76, 91, 154 East, Louise 36, 130, 132 Edberg, Eileen 63, 87, 89, 90, 92, 94, 112 Edeal, Ron 77, 83 Edwards, Bobby 70 Edwards, Iva Dell 74 Edwards, Joan 63 Edwards, Leon 74 Euler, Richard 64 Hmrlich, Dorothy 67, es, 108, 110, 131 Ellefson, Janet 64, 94, 180 Ellerby, Patricia 36, 84 Elliott, David 77, 91 Elliott, Edward 37, 88, 90 Elliott, Patricia 70, 84, 109 Ellis, Jacquelyn 71, 93, 94 Ellis, Lonnie 62 Ellis, Loren 74 Ellis, Peggy 37, 89, 130, 132, 175 Elston, Myrtle 65, 108 Ely, Joan 63 Elzenga, Jennie 63, 92, 130 Elzenga, Tommy 68, 82 Emery, James 63, 154 Emery, Robert 67, 140 Emery, Ronald 67 Emmons, Betty 37 Enfantino, Bob 64, 82, 133, 138, 139 154 hifantino, Eddy 69, 82, 139, 146, 147, 153 Enfantino, Jacqueline 76 England, John 73 Enos, Alfred 82, 191 Ensley, Barbara 61 Eppard, Jean 77, 109 Ericksen, Sandra 68 Erickson, Annie 19 Erickson, Joe 37 Erickson, Richard 77 Erickson, Sandra 73, 131 llshoo, Agnes 37, 81, 85, 89, 96 Espinola, Sharon 73, 108 Eyre, Linda 108 Eyre, Jean 37, 108 Fagundes, Duilinda 70, 93, 131 Falk, Douglas 69 Falkenberg, Barbara 75 Falkenberg, Wanda 67, 117 Faria, Manuel 73, 83 Farlinger, John 37 Farly, LeRoy 77 Fmmm, Michael 135, 137, 143,152, 186 Faulkenberry, John 73 Feldman, Jerry 63, 89, 91 Ferbrache, Mary 62 Ferguson, Mr. Sam 18 Fernandes, Shirley 64, 130 Fernandes, Susan 37, 84, 86, 92, 96, 112, 125, 168 Ferrell, Mr. Rex 15 Ferzich, Judy 69 Fetherston, Tommy 61, 133, 134, 136, 137, 143, 148, 149, 182 Fields, Mrs. Helen 15 Finch, Lonell 85 Fiorini, Beverly 37, 80, 81, 101, 104, 107, 125, 130, 132, 171 Flippins, Wayne 70 Flodman, Leland 64 Flora, Dennis 69, 93, 94, 154 Florey,Connie 70 Floyd, Joan 61, 86, 130, 195 Folly, Judy 63, 85, 92, 130 Folly, Rita 69 Ford, Mr. Willard 19 Forrette, Gary 67, 82 Forrette, Jo Anne 69 Forrette, Ralph 37 Forte, James 28, 38, 133, 134, 136, 137, 152, 170 Foster, Carol 75, 108 Foster, James 70, 171 Foster, Jerry 71 Fox, David 38, 88, 89, 133, 134, 136, 137, 149 Fox, Micheal 62, 111, 113, 133, 139, 154 Frago, Marjorie 69 France, Carolyn 73 Francis, Margaret 74, 108, 113 Frazier, Pat 74, 109, 113 Fredeen, Gordon 75, 140, 145, 150 Fredrickson, Barbara 64 Fredrickson, Betty 64, 90, 92, 94 Freitas, Alexandria 70 Freitas, Arnold 65, 82 Frost, Elaine 67, 105 Fusi,Gene 62, 135, 137, 144, 148, 149, 169 Gallison, Joseph 73, 145, 154 Gant, Janis 69, 116 Gant, Saundra 38 Garcia, Delores 65 Garcia, Lorraine 61, 86, 96, 130 Garcia, Shirley 64 Gardner, lonnie 38, 90, 92 Garner, Jim 38, 100, 133, 152 Gatewood, Arvel 38, 183 Gault, LeRoy 73, 154 Gearhart, David 76 Gearhart, Dick 23, 38, 88, 90, 92, 106, 125 Gee, Norma 38, 130, 132 Gee, Olen 68, 82 Geeson, Philip 64, 137 Genseal, Karen 38, 86, 92, 101, 130, 132, 196 George, Rosalie 62 Gibson, Marilyn 75, 96 Gill, Shirley 38, 81, 89, 90, 130, 132 Giolette, Marlene 71 Glaser, Eugene 39, 173, 183 Glenn, Earl 77, 83 Goldsmith, Eddie 39 Goldsmith, Frank 67 Goldsmith, Patsy 77, 108 Goldsmith, Peggy 39 Goldstein, Mr. Donald 16, 134 Gomes, Larry 63, 147, 153 Gomes, Mary 62, 86, 130 Gonsalves, Ronald 39, 179 Gonzales, Pat 67 Gonzales, Raymond 61, 133, 155 Gonzales, Rita 76 Goodwin, Larry 140 Gorman, Nancy 67, 85, 97, 131 Gosselin, Patrick 68, 139, 147, 153 Graham, Alma 63 Graham, Mrs. Billie 16 Graham, Loretta 77 Graham, Mike 73, 151 Granberg, Richard 39, 90, 94 Graves, Barbara 67, 131 Graves, Donna 67, 131 Graves, Floyd 63, 139, 147, 154 Green, John 73, 140, 147 Gregory, Mrs. Flora 18 Gregory, Stanley 39, 111, 153 Griffin, Alicemae 70 Griffin, Carolyn 116 Grimes, Sam 73, 154 Grose, Willard 39 Grove, Rodney 67, 112 Guinn, Rhetta 70, 108 Gustafson, Betty 77, 84, 109 Gustafson, Mrs. Ida 19 Gustafson, Lucille 62, 84, 109 Guthrie, Barbara 73 Guthrie, Billy 75 Haarberg, Evelyn 39, 81, 87, 90, 113, 130, 132 Haarberg, Mr. Fred 19 Hager, Larry 73, 137, 188 Hail, Norma 67, 85 Haile, Jean 74, 109, 172 Hale, Lois 62, 87, 92, 94, 113, 130 Haley, Carroll 64 Hall, Mr. Donald 17 Hall, Sam 83 Halquist, Yvonne 62 Hamby, Curtis 67 Hamilton, Mary 70 Hammond, Bill 69, 139, 144, 194 Hampton, Barbara 68, 93, 107, 125, 179 Hampton, Donna 76, 93 Hanne, Jeffery 61 Hanne, Susan 68, 97, 187 200 Hansen, Beverly 39, 89, 109 Hansen, Carla 71, 108 Hansen, Carolyn 65, 108 Hanson, Carol 74, 116 Hanson, Chris 76 Harbison, Larry 39 Hardin, Linda 22, 23, 24, 40, 88, 89, 92, 100, 111, 112, 113, 116, 117, 124, 125, 126, 130, 132, 193 Hardwick, Joe 40, 135, 136, 137, 143, 168 Harlan, Jim 40, 133, 134, 136, 137, 152, 179 Harlan, Micheal 69, 140, 144, 155 Harper, Charles 62 Harris, Danny 40, 94, 101, 116, 117, 135, 137, 192 Harris, Miss Louise 15 Harris, Peggy 73 Harris, Robert 64, 154 Harris, Terry 71 Harry, Bill 62, 181 Hart, James 74, 145, 150 Hartvickson, Elvern 62, 144, 153 Hartvickson, Gary 73, 140 Hass, Carl 64, 149 Hatch, Toni 24, 61, 92, 101, 107, 130, 132, 179 Hatfield, Craig 65, 155, 174 Hawkins, Ronald 68, 93, 144 Hawksworth, Clark 40, 82, 87, 111, 112, 152 Hawksworth, Eldon 77, 83, 91 Hayes, Jack 40 Hays, Elaine 63, 84 Hays, Gloria 64 Heard, Vivian 70 Hedgecock, Diana 76 Heeder, Marcia 67, 90, 109 Heidt, Carolyn 74, 109 Heidt, Richard 62 Heldt, Carol 68, 116 Henson, Leroy 70 Henson, Pat 74 Hernandez, Rudy 23, 40, 108, 133, 139, 146, 153, 181 Herrick, Tip 77 Herring, Bernice 62 Herring, Louise 65 Herring, Pat 74, 108 Hess, Priscilla 68 Highfill, Jerry 28, 40, 90, 133, 134, 136, 137 Hightower, Anna 75 Hightower, Dorothy 65, 108 Hill, Gary 40, 101, 139, 146, 190 Hillis, Ann 28, 40, 81, 107, 125, 130, 132, 171 Hills, Christie 41, 130, 132 Hilton, Nelda 76 Hodges, Benny 62 Hodges, Charles 76 1-Ioffenkamp, Carl 139, 148, 149 Hoffman, Cedric 68, 95 Hoffman, Karen 41, 92, 108, 125, 130, 132 Hohenthal, Miss Helen 14 Holland, Linda 130 Hollis, Kay 77, 96 Holmes, Edward 68 Holveck, Mrs. Ruth 18 Hoobyar, Mr. Arby 19 Hoobyar, Janice 64, 109 Howard, James 41, 82, 170 Howell, Barbara 77, 109 Hubbard, Terry 71, 81, 93, 131 Hubbell, Donna 75 Hudson, Anita 74 Huffman, Glenda 74, 96, 191 Huffman, Peggy 23, 41, 85, 86, 194 Hughes, Barbara 63 Hughes, Larry 70, 95, 139, 150, 183 Hunt, Marsha 70, 131 Hunt, Peggy 76 Hupp, Carol 68, 96, 131, 187 Husby, Liane 22, 23, 41, 97, 81, 1oo,1oa,11o,127, 130, 132, 175 Hutcherson, Eugene 75 Hutz, Lloyd 70, 80, 105, 167 Ingram, Donna 61, 97, 116, 117, 130,195 lrving, Pearl 71, 109 Isaac, Linda 75 Isaac, Robert 41 Jackson, Linda 68 Jacobs, Elaine 41, 86, 92, 130, 132, 180 Jahn, Mary 41, 130, 132 Jalli, Mr. Edward 16, 134, 137, 146 Jenkins, Betty 69 Jensen, Douglas 41 Jensen, Gerry 65 Jensen, James 74, 140, 196 Jensen, Linda 76, 108 Jensen, Miles 74, 145, 150 Jerome, Richard 41, 80, 87, 90, 105 Jimenez, Alice 64, 97, 130 Johns, Lorna 68, 112 Johns, Robert 69, 93 Johnson, Alvin 113 Johnson, Barbara 69, 112 Johnson, Mr. Carl 18 Johnson, Clayton 62, 89, 91, 152 Johnson, David 73, 90, 112, 153 Johnson, Donna 70 Johnson, Douglas 64 Johnson, Gary 70 Johnson, George 64 Johnson, Geraldine 69, 175 Johnson, Glenn 73, 113 Johnson, Janet 68, 93, 112, 131 Johnson, Judith Louise 77, 109 Jolmson, Judy 69, 96, 109, 131 Johnson, Julie 71, 112, 183 Johnson, Kenneth 42, 90, 95 Johnson, Mr. Lester 17, 106 Johnson, Lois 42, 85, 108, 130, 132, 168 Johnson, Miss Lorraine 18 Johnson, Lynnette 71, 96 Johnson, Myrna 68, 97, 182 Johnson, Richaryd 73, 91 Johnson, Roger 61, 133, 134, 137, 149, 169 Johnson, Roseita 42 Johnson, Sharryl 69, 87, 93, 112, 171 Johnson, Stanley 42, 91 Johnson, Victor 64 Jones, Emilie 68, 93 Jones, Mrs. Judelle 16 Jones, Lucille 73 Jones, Norma 42 Jones, Vernie 76 Jordan, Jeannine 68, 85, 93, 96, 113,131 Jorgensen, Mr. Glenn 18 Jorritsma, Gerita 71 Jorritsma, Joanne 74, 109 Jorritsma, Sherwood 62 Julian, John 75 Julien, Lynda 42, 87, 90, 92, 94, 97, 125, 186 Kamlin, Mr. Richard 14 Kane, Maxine 21, 22, 23, 42, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 108, 110, 116, 125, 173 Kane, Nadine 75, 85, 87, 90, 93, 109 Keesey, Mr. Vincent 14, 88 Keirn, Lynndell 69, 138, 139 Keith, Barbara 67, 93, 131 Kelley, Bob 68, 133, 143, 148, 195 Kennedy, Billy 67, 82, 150 Kennedy, Glenda 77 Kennedy, Judy 73, 193 Kennedy, Mrs. Vashti 19 Kent, Ann 73 Kephart, Charlene 42, 81, 86, 92, 94,125,126,13o, 132, 170 Kerr, Myrtle 76 Khinoo, Barbara 42, 108 Khinoo, Bill 68 King, Jennifer 67, 116 King, Lee 42 Kirby, Dick 72, 75, 140, 145, 150, 185 Kirby, Janet 23, 42, 85, 86, 194 Kirkendall, Patsy 69 Kirkes, Gary 42, 177 Kirkes, Mike 23, 74, 91, 177 Kirn, Lindy 147, 153 Klynstra, Judy 61, 130, 167 Klynstra, Scott 67, 167 Knee, Joan 71 Knee, Judy 77 Knox, Jerry 133 Knutsen, Gary 66, 71, 140, 145, 154, 169 Knutsen, Sherrill 43, 80, 81, 86,9Z, 96, 104, 112, 122, 127, 130, 132, 168, 179, 187 Kohrummel, De an 63 Kopecki, Albert 43 Kronberg, Marlene 43, 71, 131, 139 Kronberg, Merle 43, 144, 149 Lacampagne, Mr. Robert 15, 106, 107, 155 Lacey, Norma 70 Lackner, Marilyn 43, 84, 130, 132 Lackner, Mike 76, 112 Lackner, Sonia 62, 84, 130 Lackner, Wendell 74 Ladd, Eddie 74, 140 Lairemore, Lloyd 76 Lamb, Calvin 67, 83 Lankford, Lena 43 Lankford, Nora 70, 112 Largent, Dolores 43, 80, 81, 86, 88, 92, 96, 104, 130, 132, 188 201 Larson, Douglas 74, 91, 184 Larson, Elaine 43 Larson, Janice 43, 80, 89, 92, 105, 182 Larson, Joy 74, 93, 109, 172 Larson, Mrs. Rachel 18 Larson, Raymond 44 Larson, Richard 20, 22, 44, 88, 89, 92, 100, 173 Larson, Theodore 74, 154 Lasater, Jimmy 82 Lawson, Thomas 74, 83 Ledbetter, Tommy 67 Lee, Mrs. Harriet 19 Leedom, Roger 61, 154 Lemas, Robert 69, 154 Lemmons, Johnnie 44, 85 Lemos, Delinda 76 Leverett, Rebecca 68, 97, 113, 131 Lewis, Barbara 68, 175 Lewis, Douglas 44, 126, 183 Lewis, JoAnne 74, 96, 191 Lewis, Mary Lee 44, 86, 108, 130, 132, 189 Liles, David 44 Linam, Naomi 73 Lindbeck, Darrell 137, 152 Lindbeck, Donna 73 Lindberg, Mrs. Dorothy 18 Lindenborg, Jill 109 Lindquist, Jeanette 76 Lindquist, Ned 73, 138, 139, 144, 153 Lindsey, Jimmy 61, 153 Lindskoog, Ruth 76 Lindskoog, Stanley 64, 153 Lindvall, Ruth 61, 96, 108, 110, 130 Lindvall, Sharon 73 Linhares, Gary 77, 83 Linn, Pat 61, 97 Little, James 25, 44, 82, 89 Littrell, Alice 70 Litynsky, Shelia 74 Lobo, Eugene 23, 69, 90, 93, 94 Loethen, Alma 44, 113 Loethen, Carolyn 76 Loethen, Martha 63, 92 Loewen, Viola 69 Logan, Rose 69, 93 Logan, Wilbert 77 Loo, Jack 76, 93, 108, 110 Lones, Carol 76 Lopes, Mary 77 Lowe, Toni 68, 105 Lucas, Evelyn 63, 92 Lucas, Janet 64, 130 Lucas, Linda 74 Lucas, Sharon 67, 96, 131 Lucero, Nicacio 44, 139. 153 Lucero, Ricardo 69, 82, 90, 93, 146 Lundell, Mrs. Carol Ann 18 Lundgren, Mr. Archie 14 Lunsford, Bob 74, 137, 147, 152 Lyons, James 44 Lyons, Lura 71 Lytle, Carol 69 Lytle, Jerome 75, 140, 154 MacDonald, Ruth 67, 85, 131, 178, 187 Macedo, Anita 45, 89 Macedo, Tony 63, 82 Maines, Carolyn 61 Maines. Robert 64 Malik, Norman 64 Malone, Ruthie 63 Mann, Marty 74 Marchant, Beverly 75 Marchant, Richard 68 Mares, Abe 45, 135, 137, 143, 152, 190 Mares, Paul 61, 133 Markley, Kathleen 23, 61, 92, 101, 107, 108, 110, 125, 130, 179 Marks, Mr. George 13 Marles, Alfred 73 Marques, Laura 63, 84, 130 Mars, Glenda 63, 108 Marshall, Judy 45 Martin, Beverly 69, 96 Martin, Billy 45, 139 Martin, Frank 45 Martin, Lindy 64 Martin, Louisa 45, 86, 116, 130, 132, 192 Martin, Margaret 45 Martin, Marlene 60, 62, 130, 193 Martinez, Olivia 76, 97 Martinez, Ray 45, 133, 134, 137, 146, 147, 152 Martinez, Sam 61, 139, 147, 153 Mason, Elizabeth 56 Mathews, Mary Gail 45, 94, 101, 108, 130, 132, 182 Mathews, Sharon 76 Matdce, Burton 69 Mattice, Ellen 70, 109 Mattos, Doris 75 May, Linda 75 May, James 65 Mayberry, Billie 77 Mayberry, Durrell 70, 135, 149 Mayberry, Jackson 46, 133, 135, 137, 144, 148, 149 McCart, Rebecca 46 McCauley, Thomas 46, 137 McClellan, James 75, 140, 145, 150, 185 McCollum, Mary 63 McCool, Peggy 69 McCorkle, Michael 70, 95, 155 McCorlde, Pat 77, 155 McCormick, Bobby 67 McCoun, Richard 46, 135 McFarlane, Bill 71, 82, 93 McGill, Pat 75, 93, 109, 192 McLaughlin, Zella 46 McMil1en, Bruce 90, 92, 112, McMurphy, Ken 74, 140. 154 McNab, Dennis 67, 153 McNutt, Janice 69, 96 McNutt, Paul 46 McVay, Orgil 46, 134, 136, -137, 146, 147 Mead, Jerry 46, 82 Medeiros, Arthur 68 Medeiros, Dolores 69 Mello, Dolores 62, 130 Mello, Frank 46, 82 Mello, James 69, 82 Mello, Manuel 47 Mello, Sandra 77 Mendonca, Loren 68 Mendonza, Ronnie 77 Mendoza, '1'ony 76, 83 Mercer, Patricia 47, 81, 130, 132 Merrill, Barbara 47, 92, 108, 110, 196 Merrill, Daniel 74, 93, 108 Merryman, Dale 47 Mettert, Frank 61, 116, 144, 149 Metzler, Rochelle 73 Meyers, Alford 75 Menapelle, Mr. Joseph 15 Michael, Columbus 71 Midboe, Donald 62 Midboe, William 68 Middaugh, Oliver 70, 112 Middleton, Sharon 47, 81, 86, 90, 92, 130 Mills, Bill 75 Mills, Diana 63 Mills, Kenneth 77, 83 Mills, Mildred 70, 109 Millsap, Joe 77 Miranda, Conrad 77, 83, 151 Miranda, Manuel 77, 83 Mireles, Esther 64, 97, 130 Mitchell, Irene 74, 109 Mitchell, Marie 68, 189 Moen, Bob 76, 93, 112 Monteith, Mr. Kenneth 12 Moon, Wanda 47, 81, 89, 90, 107, 125, 130, 132, 171 Mooney, Thomas 75, 145 Mooneyham, Cheryl 74, 96, 109. 174 Moore, Carleta 61 Moore, Charles 19 Moore, Freda 77 Moore, Harold 63 Moore, Mr. Joseph 19 Moore, Robert 65, 138, 139, 149, 170 Morell, Mrs. Blanche 14, 89, 106 Morris, Richard 68 Morrison, Mrs. Joan 14 Morrow, Don 47 Morse, Harry 69, 140 Moss, Bobby 75 Moss, Don 63, 152 Motsinger, Myrl 47, 80, 101, 105, 117, 127, 1aa, 143, 148, 149, 114 Mounts, Mr. Robert 14 Mowrer, Mrs. Betty 18 Mowrer, Marilyn 47, 80, 81, 87, 104, 106, 182 Mowrer, Sharon 71, 97, 183 Munoz, Mariano 73 Munson, Judith 77, 109 Munson, Sue 74 Murray, David 70, 135, 146, 149 Mustoe, Kenneth 64, 82 Myers, Benny 77 Myers, Diane 77, 96 Myers, Evelyn 63 Myers, Paul 25, 47, 133, 134, 136, 137, 143, 152, 195 Nasciemento, Diane 77 Nasciemento, Raelyn 48, 169 Neely, Anita 68, 86, 131, 189 Neely, Bob 68, 138, 139, 146, 150 Ne lso n. Ne lson, Ne lson, Ne lson, Ne lson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Charles 67, 147 ClarLyn 73 Elaine 62, 85 John ea, 113 Kathryn 75, 109 Mary Lou 48, 112, 154 Nancy 76 Rebecca 76 Saundra 70, 108 Ness, Gene 74, 152 Neto, Frank 68, 184 Nicholas, Shirley 77 Nichols, Tony 77 Nichols, Tryce 74, 83 Nicholson, Grant 63 Niebaum, Phyllis 48, 130, 132 Niel, Ronalyn,76, 109 Niemeyer, Sharon 65, 84 Niland, Mrs. Fannie 15 Nimtz, Olivia 48, 90 Nix, Alice 74 Noda, Carol 69, 85, 93, 96, 112, 131 Noda, Eric 71, 88, 94, 133, 138, 139, 153, 179 Noda, Joanne 77, 109 Nolt, Mr. James 17 Nordell, Don 73, 140, 146, 154 Nordell, Donna 113 Nordell, Steven 61, 108, 110, 137, 147, 152 Norseen, Betty 48, 92, 125 Norton, Alice 63 Norton, Berry 61 Norton, Bonnie 48, 81, 85, 86, 89,90 Norton, Sandra 68 Nunes, Cynthia 22, 23, 62, 80, 93, 96, 101, 104, 130, 132, 174 Nunes, Erma 68, 131, 184 Nunes, Jane 67, 107, 125, 131, 179 Nunn, Barbara 67 Nyquist, Terri 68, 80, 105, 182 Nystrom, Gail 48, 80, 90, 92, 104, 116, 173 Ocken, Jane 75, 96 Odisho, Anves 63 Ogilvie, David 67, 154 Oliveira, James 68 Oliver, Mary 67 Olson, Darlene 73, 93 Olson, David 68, 113 Olson, Mr. Henry 18 Olson, Jim 76 Olson, Mike 75 Olson, Mr. Pershing 14, 104, 106, 107 Olson, Sherrill 48 Olson, Suzanne 68, 93, 187 Omlin, Josephine 48, 130, 132 Omlin, Margaret 70, 81 O'Riley, James 68 Orozco, Julieta 108 Osborn, Walter 75 Osborne, Ronald 48, 133, 135, 136, 137, 152 Ostrom, William 67, 93, 153 Otts, Pat 64 Pacheco, George 71, 82 Pacheco, Lorraine 62, 86, 130 Pacheco, Patsy 75 Padilla, Armida 68 Padilla, Bernardo 49 Padilla, Mary Ellen 67, 131 Palmer, larry 68, 150 Palmquist, Clarice 62 Parker, Janice 70, 109 Parker, Mr. Lewis 17, 83 Parker, Mack 67, 153 Parker, Michael 61, 133, 134, 136, 137, 152, 195 Parkinson, Sharie 73, 113 Parks, Keith 49 Parks, Mr. Robert 15 Patterson, Glenda 76 Patzer, Judy 75, 183 Paul, Donald 63 Paul, Ronald 63 Pedretti, Mr. Ezio 16, 139, 148 Peffers, Jacqueline 28, 49, 80, 89, 92, 100, 104, 116, 124, 125, 132, 180 Peffers, Kirk 67 Penrod, Douglas 73, 154 Perales, Clara 74, 97 Perales, Rosie 69 Perkins, Carlos 74, 83 Perkins, Shirley 65, 108 Perry, Margaret 63, 84 Person, Galen 76, 91 Peters, Darlene 74, 109 Peterson, Charlotte 49, 80, 86, 88, 92, 96, 104, 124, 125, 130, 132, 188 Peterson, Gordon 49, 89, 175 Phelps, Jerry 65 Phelps, JoAnn 76, 109 Phillips, Betty 76 Phillips, Leonard 76 Pike, Joan 77, 97, 108 Pilger, William 75 Pinks, Vivien 75, 93, 109 Pirtle, Butch 74 Pitau, Mr. Vernon 16, 140, 150 Pitman, Mr. John 6 Plett, Jane 62, 89, 92, 94, 130 Plett, Verna 71, 93 Plotkin, Phillip 68, 87, 90, 93 Pole, Richard 74, 139, 145, 154 Pool, Linda 68, 131, 189 Pool, Sandy 62, 96, 116, 117, 130, 193 Prather, Alma 73 Prather, Larry 74, 83, 151 Presto, Mr. Joseph 15 Price, Linda 85, 130 Prickett, John 91 Prickett, Paul 70, 91 Pritchard, Barbara 69 Puccinelli, Mrs. Jane 14, 85 Pulliam, Lois 75 Pulliam, Robert 49, 82 Pursley, Shirley 71 Putkey, Mr. Charles 14, 95 Raleigh, Mike 75, 139 Ramos, Alice 67, 116, 117, 131 Ramos, Barton 77, 140, 147 Rapp, Bonnie 68, 97, 112 Rapp, Loretta 67, 93 Rash, Eddie 49, 151 Ratzlaif, Mr. Leslie 16, 134, 155 Raya, Peter 77 Read, Karen 70 Read, Wayne 22, 23, 49, 80, 88, 89, 94, 100, 105, 117, 152 Rebensdorf, Thomas 74 Rebik, Judith 109, 110 Redding, Donald 64, 82 Redding, Roger 49, 183 Reed, Barbara 70, 93 Reed, Dwight 62, 101, 116, 147, 155 Reed, Fem 49, 80, 105 Reed, Frank 67 Reed, Johnny 76, 151 Reed, Juanelle 61, 130 Reich, James 73, 140, 154 Reiman, Wilma 73, 108 Renner, Elinor 63 Renner, Elmer 63, 113, 151 Repke, Charlotte 69, 112 Rhodes, Pat 74, 109 Ricardo, Laura 70, 93, 108, 116, 117, 131 Rich, Jim 147 Richards, Kathleen 73 Richards, Marjie 21, 22, 61, 80, 96, 104, 130, 185 Richert, Elaine 71 Risell, Charles 69, 90, 93 Ritchey, Margaret 61, 86, 97, 130, 192 Ritter, Geraldine 50 Ritter, Jerry 50, 146 Roach, Darlene 50, 116, 117, 185 Roberts, Larry 73, 140, 147, 153 Robinson, Jimmy 63, 138, 139, 145, 153 Rocha, Albert 75, 140, 145 Rocha, George 50, 80, 95, 105, 108, 110, 196 Rocha, Laurence 50, 82 Rocha, Raymond 62, 137, 150, 153 Rocha, Ronald 68 Rodkey, Miss Estha 15 Rodriquez, Bobby 74, 83, 91 Rodriques, Larry 70, 154 Rodriquez, Danny 77, 154 Rodriquez, Grayce 70, 81 Rodriquez, Ignacio 147, 154 Rogers, Bob 62, 133, 134, 136, 137, 147, 149, 189 Roome, Bill 50, 80, 104, 188 Rose, Lawrence 50 Rosen, Charles 73, 140, 144 Rosen, Sharon 50, 92 Roublos, Frank 50, 82 Rowland, Mr. Sattley 17 Rozario, Lionel 74, 138. 139, 153 Ruble, Dianne 69 Ruble, Jeanne 75 Ruble, Kathleen 50 Runge, Claudette 69, 108, 188 Runge, Connie 72, 75, 92, 109 Runyan, Juanita 67 Runyan, Larry 62 Runyan, Linda 76 Rutishauser, Robert 70 Sahlstrom, Beryl 51, 81, ,90, 97, 130, 132, 194 St. George, Arthur 76, 113 St. Louis, Linda 22, 23, 51, 80, 81, 87, 88, 92, 94, 104, 125, 130, 132, 184, 187 Samora, Katy 76, 109 Sanders, Kenneth 72, 75, 140, 150 Sanders, Linda 51, 81, 108, 130, 132 Sanders, Mike 74 Sansing, Shirley 63 Santos, Arlen 61, 195 Santos, Louanne 73, 194 Santos, Mabel 77, 109 Santos, Mary 51, 130, 132 Santos, Melvin 70, 82, 140 Sarabia, Gloria 64 Sarabia, Reggie 77, 140 Sargis, Mr. Samuel 14 Sarhad, Dan 77 Sarhad, Ronnie 22, 61, 133, 134, 136, 137, 144, 153, 169 Sarment, Susan 76 Sartin, Jerry 68, 83 Sartin, Sue 70 Sateren, Mrs. Sylvia 16, 106, 108, 109 Saucedo, Eloise 74 Schaub, Barbara 61, 62, 97 Schaub, Bill 76, 151 Schmidt, Mr. Arthur 17 Schmidt, Billy 137 Schmidt, Mrs. Gladys 19 Schmidt, Jim 66, 68 Schmidt, Louis 61 Schneider, Sally 69, 116 Schreck, Pat 51 Scudder, Jim 61, 155 Scudder, Lois 69, 131 Seale, Wanda 65 Seale, Wilma 67, 109 Sederquist, Loren 51, 137, 187 See, Fred 62, 153 Seghetti, Mr. Armand 14 Serena, Alphonso 51 Serpa, Ernie 83 Sexton, Dean 138, 191 Sexton, Dennis 62 Sexton, Janice 75, Sexton, Louann 77, 108 Seymour, Gary 63, 92, 117 Shackelford, Kay 51, 130, 132 Shackelford, Ray 51 Shackelford, Ruby 67, 109 Shaffer, John 51, 80, 88, 90, 92, 94, 104, 191 Shahbazian, Rosemary 51, 85, 86, 88, 89, 92, 108 Sharbrough, Janice 65, 130 Sharbrough, Joyce 52, 130, 132, 169 Sheldahl, Sharon 69 Shelton, Charlie 67 Shepard, Linda 69, 131 Sheperd, Jimmy 67 Shimmon, Dianne 77, 112 Shimon, Judy 74, 109 shubin,Jo Ann 61,so,9o,92,1o5, 167 Shummon, Samuel 52, 133, 135, 136,137,167 Shumway, Jim 69, 82, 140 Sigrist, Louise 76 Silva, Delores 75, 108 Silva, Dennis 69, 82, 145, 153 Silva, Francis 69, 82 Silva, Jean 85, 109 Silva, Joanne 70, 131 Silveira, Barbara 52, 86, 92, 130, 132 Silveira, Natalie 68, 93 Simmons, Barbara 70 Simpson, Bill 67, 82, 139, 154 Simpson, Ron 91, 140, 146, 154 Sisk, Jack 73 Sisk, John 52, 83 Sisneros, lsabel 75 Slocum, George 76, 83 Small, James 75 Smalley, Clarence 77, 83, 153 Smalley, John 52, 82 Smith, Barbara 64 Smith, Danny 76 Smith, Darrel 63 Smith, Dennis 77 Smith, Jarold 64 Smith, Jay 60, 62, 133, 134, 136, 137, 146, 153, 169 Smith, Karol 70, 131 Smith, Thomas 68, 82, 93 Smithcamp, Ralph 133, 137 Smithhart, Linda 68 Snedigar, Louise 68, 93, 96, 131 Snider, Carol 73, 185 Snider, Sharon 22, 61, 90, 97, 130, 172 Soares, Manuel 62 Soares, Margie 69 Sodergren, Ruth 71 Soderstrom, John 52, 90, 92, 93, 125,188 Soderstrom, Roger 74 Sonny, Beverly 75 Souza, Dorothy 52, 130, 132, 189 Souza, Lawrence 75, 154 Souza,lloyd 62,1o1, 133,134,l36, 137, 143, 148, 149, 172 Spahnle, Mr. Donald 18 Spence, Darleen 73, 109 Spencer, Tom 61 Spengler, Bob 52 Spensley, Reginald 76, 139, 147,150 Spitler, John 75 Vickroy, Ted 76, 83 Stammerjohan, Marvin 61, 153, 195 Stanley, Jane 74, 109, 170 Steinmeir, Robert 52, 91 Stewart, Judy 70 Stewart, Phillip 140 Stewart, Robert 60, 61, 138, 139, 144, 193 Stiles, Douglas 68, 137, 147, 152 Stiles, Robert 61, 133, 134, 136, 146, 152, 172 Stitt, David 69, 133, 139, 146 Stockton, Clifford 67 Stone, Carl 140 Storment, Robert 63, 82 Stover, Jane 74 Strickland, Mrs. Bessie 19 Strickland, Stanley 75, 83, 151 Strom, Mary 52, 80, 81, 86, 92, 94, 96, 104, 123, 130, 132, 174 Stutzman, Nellie 109 Sutzer, Saundra 74 Swanson, Douglas 74, 91 Swanson, Linda 62, 92, 116, 167, Swanson, Stanley 53, 80, 89, 90, 92, 93, 105, 188 Sward, Linda 75, 96 Sweet, Larrie 62, 133, 135, 143, Vaden, Gwendolyn 53, 130, 132 Valle, Jeannie 74, 109, 176 Vanatta, Patricia 54, 85, 86, 89, 92 Vanderford, Richard 70, 155 Van Dyke, Charles 69, 82 Van Dyke, Peggy 53, 84 Van Hook, Russell 67, 83 Van Norman, Joyce 62, 87, 89, 92, 94, 97, 130 Van Zitteren, Albert 74, 83 Vargas, Roberta 67, 116 Vasconcellos, Beverly 54, 84 Vasconcellos, Melvin 74, 83 Vaughn, Shyrle 76, 93, 97 Venable, Shirley 69 Vickrey, Joyce 70 Vickrey, Judy 22, 61, 88, 89, 92, 100, 106, 110, 130, 192 Vieira, Gerold 22, 75 Vieira Kathleen 62, 86, 130 Vieira, Kenneth 54, 82 Vieira, Lawrence 54, 82 Vieira Stephen 75, 140, 147, 154 Vierra, Daniel 75, 83, 139, 178 Vierra, Danny 71 Vierra, Elaine 23, 61, 86, 97, 130 153, 186 Sweeten, Vivian 61, 80, 90, 108 Swenson, Mr. John 12 Switzer, Darlene 71 Talkington, Fred 74 Tamara, Charles 53, 80, 105, 133, 148, 149, 187 Tamimi, Sargon 76 Tarone, Dale 61, 143, 152 Taylor, Taylor, Terrell, Jimmie 77 Rose 77, 108 Mr. Paul 19 Terrill, Betsy sa, ss, 116, 117 Terrill, Terrill, Eunice 70 James 73 Teves, Edwina 75, 94, 112, 193 Thave z, Thomas Ray 75 , Beverly 53, 92, 112, 182 Thomas, Carole 73 Thomas Thomas , Sandra 63, 97, 112 , Tony 75 Thompson, Peter 53, 88, 89, 95, Thomps 106, 155, 196 on, Sheila 75 'l'hompson, Terri 61, 107, 125, 130, 132, 168, 179 Thorsen, Miss Esther 13 Threet, Roger 73 Tillner, Robert 53, 90, 94, 152, 191 Tipton, Jerry 53 Todd, Rhea 69 Todd, Stanley 53, 88, 90, 92, 125, 133, 143, 155 Tolleson, Carol 71 Tolleson, Yvonne 73, 109 Trent, Patricia 62, 92, 97, 172 Tribble, Vaughn 75 Trost, Carolyn 73 Trotter, Jerry 62 Trout, Marilyn 53, 181 Tucker, Tucker, Janet 68 Naomi 70, 113 Turner, Lawrence 73, 83, 151 Tyree, Mr. Jean 16, 81, 106, 107 Ulrich, Jack 22, 61, ss, 92, 173 Upton, Mary 69 Urton, Wesley 73, 110, 113 Vincent, Barry 70 Vincent, Fred 71, 178 Vinson, Harold 54, 82 Vollrath, Dale 21, 22, 23, 54, 126, 133, 134, 136, 137, 146, 149, 192 Vrenios, Ernie 54, 87, 88, 90, 92, 100, 108, 110, 111, 113, 116, 117, 177 Vrh, Elizabeth 61, 108, 169 Waline, Mrs. Pearl 19 Walker, Henry 54 Walker, Victor 54 Wallace, Betty 76, 108 Wallen, Billy 83 Wallen, Sybil 55, 108 Wallin, Carolyn 62, 85, 87, 130 Walls, Lesley 71 Walls, Linda 74 Walters, Tom 55 Waltz, Joy 92 Ward, Alvin 55, 143, 190 Ward, Mr. Arthur 19 Warden, Ann 22, 55, 80, 86, 88, 92, 104, 125, 130, 132, 188 Warn, Mr. Dale 15, 87 Warner, Doris 67 Warren, Jerry 55, 111, 112 Washburn, Suzanne 22, 68, 88, 108, 110, 116, 131, 175 Watson, Mr. Bert 86 Watson, Calvin 63, 82 Watson, Mrs. Gladys 15 Watson, Melvin 68, 138, 139 Watts, Arleen 67, 97 Weaver, Ellen 68, 97, 131 Weier, Arthur 74, 83 Weiglein, Richard 55, 133, 144, 155 Weise, Mr. David 139, 143 Weise, James 69, 138, 139, 153 Weiss, Mr. Henry 12 Weiss, Lorin 62, 88, 89, 137, 152 Welch, Bugs 71, 177, 150 Welch, Donald 65 Welch, Frances 55, 172 Welch, Orval 93 Wellander, Mr. Wesley 125 Wells, Rodney 55, 169 Wells, Troy 75 West, Joey 69, 140 West, William 67 Whitaker, Karen 109 Whitaker, Miss Patricia 17, 74, 107, 131 White, Claude 71, 83 Wilkey, David 73, 139, 147, 154 Wilkey, Jack 55, 82, 133, 134, 136, 137, 172 Wilkins, Nancy 73, 93, 109 Willett, l.inda 69 Willhite, Darlene 65 Willhite, Dicky 76, 154 Willhite, Dorothy 67 Willhite, Lucille 68, 108 Williams, Daryl 73 Williams, Edward 67 Williams, Mrs. Ivanna 18 Williams, Kenneth 56 Williams, Lillian 61, 62 Willians, Louis 73 Williams, Mike 73 Wilson, Charles 63 Wilson, Ralph 76, 83 Winans, Nina 61, 80, 94, 96, 100, 104, 130, 185 Wine, Carol 73 Wing, Jerry 66, 69, 93, 111, 112,177 Wing, Mr. John 16, 113 Wingett, Freddie 67, 140, 151 Winters, Judith 77, 97, 108 Withrow, Mr. Jack 14, 94 Wong, Guy 69, 196 Woodward, Dolores 68, 94, 131 Woodward, Rita 56, 80, 100, 104, 130 Wright, Gayle 131 Wyatt, Jack 56 Wyatt, Linda 73 Wyatt, Nelda 85 Wyatt, Sally 65 Wymar, Eileen 68, 178, 187 Yettman, Carol 68, 104, 175 Yettman, Ronnie 28, 56, 134, 136, 137, 177 Yohannan, Helen 67, 131 Yonan, JoAnn 77 Yonan, Kenneth 63 Yonan, Sargon 56, 105, 189 York, Linda 67, 109 Yoshito, Mrs. Pauline 17, 107, 131 Young, Mrs. Alma 19 Young, Bonnie 22, 23, 56, 84, 86, 92, 96, 113, 125, 126, 130, 188 Young, Kenny 67, 112, 154 Young, Paul 60, 61, 89, 92, 111, 112, 133, 137, 152, 167 Young, Ron 64 Young, Sheryl 75, 190 Youngquist, Karen 67, 85, 131, 178 Youngquist, Leroy 61, 137, 143 Zigenis, Bill 68, 82 Zimmerman, Judy 67, 85, 97, 109, 131, 178 Zuber, Laura 77, 109 Acknowledgements Lindblom Photo Studio 8: Camera Shop Kermit Lindbolm, Photographer American Yearbook Company 05


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