Ukiah High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Ukiah, CA)

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For the first time we used our beautiful new cafeteria, we saw the completion of our large bus garage, and the start of construction on the two-story science and classroom building. This was our first year in North Bay League ath- letic competition where our teams performed most creditably. As the year progressed, we participated in the many class functions: there were the games, dances, rallies, the Carnival, the Fashion Show, Public Schools Week, our many clubs, organizations, and other activities. Participation in these things, designed for our en- joyment and recreation, was also instructive, and gave us needed diversion after our class- room work. For you students of THE Class of 1958 this was THE year--the one which will always hold a unique and irreplaceable spot in your memory. This book records your extra-curri- cular activities, but more importantly the imprint of your classroom work is recorded in your minds. This process of growing in age consists of various steps of achievement, an important one of which is high school graduation. From here, your paths will follow widely divergent courses. Your high school years can, with your own effort, provide each of you with a fund of good memories, as well as training to fit you for proceeding to whatever step of achieve- ment you choose for yourself for the future. Life will present many choices, decisions, and problems along with its opportunities. May you use good judgment in facing them. The future is up to you. Robert E. Sondergard - 3 - N V ',.,1.W V . , ' .f A . V , TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION ..... FACULTY Sz STAFF. . , . SENIORS .... JUNIORS .... SOPHOMORES .... FRESHMEN ..... ORGANIZATIONS 8z ACTIVITIES .... BOYS' SPORTS .... . GIRLS, SPORTS ..... . ADVERTISEMENTS. . . . -5- MR. W. O. MURPHY Assistant District Superintendent and Vice-Principal MR. W. A. CHESSALL District Superintendent and Principal BOARD OF TRU TEE ,,, , FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: James Lindsey, Sterling Norgard, Wayne Burke, Ernest Pauli, Elbert Lane. The Board of Trustees is the administrative body governing the Ukiah Union High School District, which includes Ukiah Union High School and Potter Valley High School. The five members on the board are elected for a term of three years by the voters in the school district, and they donate their services to the district free of charge. -7- QYSGWQZP A MR. NICHOLAS APOSTOLU Band Choir Music Instruction MR. PAUL BEAUFORT Cadets Manual Training Mechanical Drawing MRS. RUTH BEAUFORT English Journalism MR. RUBEN BESEDA Boys' Physical Education General Mathematics Senior Mathematics Varsity Baseball FACULTY MR. KAJ BLOMQUIST English World History MR. WALLACE BRALICH Athletic Director World History MR. DONALD BRITTINGHAM Commercial Law and Geography Forestry United States History . I MR. JERRY COOK Biology General Agriculture Geometry -9- 41 ik- ff'-W' 'Sv' 1-n,w,...,,,., . f MR. GILBERT DALY Algebra General Mathematics Geometry MR. BEN FARMER Bookkeeping Commercial Law and Geography Stenography Typing M R. HAROLD GALLAHER Chemistry Latin MR. ROBERT GEIN Business Mathematics Junior Varsity Football Social Studies Senior Problems and Civics MR. IRA GILLIAND Auto Mechanics Metal Shop gwfrp we MR. WILLIAM GORTON Social Studies United States History MISS AUDREY HOLLENBECK Adminstrative Assistant Dean of Girls Senior Problems and Civics MRS. JEANETTE HOVEY French Spanish Typing MR. FRED ITEN Boys, Physical Education Senior Mathematics Varsity Football MR. GEORGE KING B Basketball Social Studies World History MR. PERRY LEWMAN Auto Mechanics Manual Training MR. JAMES LYTJEN General Mathematics Junior Business Training Track MR. ROBERT MARSH General Mathematics Senior Mathematics Social Studies MR. TERRENCIC McKILON English MRS. IIJA MIIJIJLETON Cafeteria Clothing 4, inf " -mmm - C BT- X, : ann. aug., MR. WAYNE ROBINSON Algebra General Science MRS. GENETTE SHIRLEY Clothing Cooking Home Management MISS NORMA SOHER Art MR. ROBERT E. SON DERGARD Annual French Spanish MR. BILL TATUM Boxing Boys' Physical Education A General Shop Golf Manual Training Varsity Football -S' rx 4 Yr 'L -'I 2 U -12- MR. LYLE THUNEN Annual Bookkeeping Stenography Typing MISS GRACE TOLES English Library MR. JOHN WILLIAM TULLY Administrative Assistant Director of Student Activities Economics Senior Problems and Civics MRS. AUDREY URE English Girls' Physical Education MISS KATHERINE VANIER Clothing Cooking MISS PATRICIA WALSH Girls' Physical Education World History MR. GEORGE WATT Biology General Science Physics MR. THOMAS WESCOAT English "M, I eff MR. NORMAN WILLIAMSON Cross-country English Track MR. ROGER WREN Cadets Junior Business Training Social Studies United States History MR. ALFORD WRIGHT English Social Studies Speech and Drama MRS. THERESA RAY MRS. JOYCE BANKER MISS ARLENE SCUDERO Audiometrist Secretary Secretary Health Advisor Nurses' Training -13- 474, "--suv aj QS- MRS. NORMA THIRKILL Secretary 981 4344 V-542W . W " 'T 'L1i .,l.,, vw f V I C U I ODIANS . ,. ,,., BU DRI ER FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Charles Strick- land, Mr. Lloyd Richey, Mr. Ray Millard, Mr. Carleton Gibbs, Mr. Lawrence Dever, Mr. Ira Gilliand, Mr. John Baumgartner. 5 FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Howard Hud- son, Mr. Tony Mork, Mr. James Griffin, Mr. Clyde Lebo, Mr. Layton Martin, Mr. Jack Pick- ering, Mr. Joy Petty. COOK FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Alta Collins, Mrs. Ann Jackson, Mrs. Josie Smith. l -14- In K FACULTY SNAP "The Mad Scientist" "The Irish Wit" Relaxed Humor fri fb if ,gi 1 rf , Lf' i 'r ff f HHiy Iinl Tonyiyy I :A Q 'rn I m Tough "Rea11y?'?" 'mv- X 4 ' ..,-. 4 . i,L""' I , ,...-x if f-nmmmmmm, Hungry?" mmm x A Pause That Refreshes "The Thinker" - 15 - 5,5 ,, 1.1-l BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Frohn, Demerit Committee, Lois Crawford, Secretaryg Patti Druliner, Treasurer. TOP ROW: Ricky Hooker, Senior Class Representative, John Edgar, Demerit Committee, Nield Mercer, President, Mack Watts, Vice-President. This year's class officers, under the leadership of Nield Mercer, have done well in plan- ning the class activities for the benefit of the class. We have been very fortunate to have such capable people representing our class in the school government. Active in leadership and activities, we feel that this has been a very prosperous year. Jeanne Richardson - 17 - '73- David Aho Doris Almon Sh-HT011 ATOHSOII N arg Judy Bailey Joan Barnes Penny Bartholomew Judith Bartolomei Kenneth Beard Mary Beard - 18 - Clifford Beck Lydia Beckwith Wav' , V In L7 Phillip Bookout Harolyn Bowden 10 Virginia Bradford David Bray - 19 - 3-we Maureen Berman K. Richard Boyd 'L' Patti Ann Brown r .-ia-EWNWFG-'5"9-"f',J4 T ' V 'GK-' 2 ,, ' " X if fha 5115 YQ ,V , , 'A'. E, -W ,filings mf 1 f ,I -. f, -17:1-11 A , X' 'Qu--. ..,,f Leroy Broyles Michael Brundage Kenneth Brunner A-at 'vw' wmv-ya 44-4? Z' J 09 Brush Barbara Burger Deanna Burns Patricia Buxton . 1 1 - f 1 A , Joseph Caballero - 20 - Judith Carpenter zf- ,ev ,mf 5-371, EN? pm, ,, u,lf fel I Imogene Carr li Uk Q , -7 1 Tony Chess l ,...., V i,l.ibglfQ1E3 . ij' ' km Q ..,.,,.e-" - , f A f 'Q f ' L ,fall I V S e tips, U . Qi, . M 4415. , ,Aww 782' WW 'f an f .ff Kenneth Carroll John Ceccarell1 Juanita Clark 'Gu W Q , W. ' A... Q W f ,J 2 WW W . 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'A 1. ," a ' ' ff 1, ffl 431 ,ff 'iff'- " ,CZZQ 1.3, Q 3 431' '-av 'Wir -1-snail Www N -X I xy y Carl Fowler Margaret Frohn Dewitt Gilbreth H-nw 'WN-me 1' ,fl s,,,.w Glenda Grant Sandra Hage Sheryl Ann Hansen lf? -Q llrrq l"lr1' l - 5, ""':I 5 , 1, ,, K Frances Haydon Linda Hayes Barbara Heatherly - 25 - x 2? Karl Hees Dennis Heth Jack Hickey in l M Q Ann Marie Hickman Derry Hildebrand Elma Hobbie Rava Nell Holloway Bill Hook Richard Hooker - 26 - .aww Catherine Hooper Kennadene Howard Nancy Humphrey ,fur ,W John Hunt Paul Jensen Loralee Johnson 'ive in-3 Iv Viola Johnson William Kice Samuel King - 27 - wif N1:r'1'1nW f t il M 21 fin fi Warren Kirk Katherine Lang Nancy Lloyd 4,67-F' Rose Marie Long LeRoy Loucks Lilli-Ann Maize 'ufaaf Ronald Mattson Freddie McAfee Dall MCCI'aCk6n - 28 - I f 4 2,7 ,M lx: f A I I , :Z , f , x .. AZ X xc W1 K '?lu9"""' Larry McCulloch Clayton McGee Kenneth McGee Y as"f S Q , N. LJ A-PM 7 4 W4 pf N X 1 img V. ., V-M431 if 41 if' 1 Patrick McGill Martha Ann McKinney Nield Mercer W 1, x L , Joseph Meyer Frances E. Miller Frances H. Miller - 29 - 4f,Jg,.,.q W H 701 Zi f , 5 ,,?l::1.: - F ' , Q Fred Miller Lloyd Miller Gary Mirata X, ,M Bert Mitchell Joe Mitchell Leland Mitchell wdlgi IF" Lynn Mitchell Sue Morris Robert Mounkes - 30 - Gale Murray Joe Myers Jay Alan Neal Q90 4-af' 'QR' "--'-, , Karen Niderost Jane Oman Raymond Owen of Carol Gresham Michael Paoli Virginia Pendleton - 31 - '7-M "H-Brno Melvin Perrine fag V3 r 33' Xl Karen Philbrick Q , W' , , .iv '- fff""a , 1- ,W ,M 7' Q... J- 71 -L, -x vw ., ,Q D M "-""'lflw Sylvia Petersen Donald Pfleger xl Mignon Pinneo Irene Piver gil: 'FS' K . . a- A :. ,,-'., . M-, .4 W M fm 4 MP' 7 Gerald Pokorny Frank Porzio Grace Posateri -32- , -Q -,l nn QQ x,"'fvJ". KW Ted Postelle Elizabeth Poulos Max Purcell Charlotte Quigley Phyllis Rawles Arvin Reed I f A ,K ,.t. - ..., " ' fm, L , - 'fa t ai,M..n' -fy tl v mx ,l b t ..,...l 'i l e X R Xi Jim Reid Karen Reischman Judith Reitzell -33- Q f-m....q T Myron Remington Goldie Ricetti Jeanne Richardson f -8 ,3- Henry Charles Riva James Robertson Robert Salisbury vp. ggffgff ', I f '75 40" Rebecca Schneider Steve Shaffer Lee Shank - 34 - rf' Sv Robert Slack Paul Tonelli Clara Sozzoni Patricia Smith ,dnb--an Lorena Solomon ,4- fri' i S Q 2 :A f , V if. I Harvey Spencer - 35 - if Robert Allen Smith 75 27' if ,-,.-QQ Vernadine Sorenson M. fl-31 :ff Sally Stater np' John Stein ff, 4 1 Norman Stine ,V',', -V,' , .Rfm -,,4f-,:,e.Quf 4' , , ,..M , , . -4 f 1 - I 4 'S'Zi'iW ff pri, Zffmv 47 7 265357 Sharon Stites Jack Stophlet Noel Stoughton Darryl Tatum Virginia Thatcher Bert Thomas Maurine Thunen K Miken Tidd Janet Tindall John Todd Bill Townsend Keith Trouette Mary Truitt 'Win' x 2 ' we , K 1' V. , ,,, . . Marvin Tucker Barry Turner Sarah Van Meter - 37 - 'W '3... Jack Vassar Roger Lee Wallis . 1 VALQ li W K Mack Watts Fredericka Waugh Jim Whitaker Betty Whitney - 38 - Cleo Wathen Molly Welch Mr Leland Williams X ,dn 11' F Susan Winsby Rae Wissmath Henry Wolny N' . nr? n 'VS "'?-7' 'A 'Ji' Q3 f Qi lg? Ted Wong Janice Wright Igor Zbitnoff - 39 - SENIOR AWARDS BOTTOM ROW: Gale Murray, Carol Ann Gresham, Patti Druliner, Elizabeth Poulos, Maureen Berman, Karen Reischman, Betty Whitney. TOP ROW: Clifford Beck, Nield Mercer, Joe Brush, Igor Zbitnoff, Myron Remington. Gale Murray--Bank of America Certificate in Business Carol Ann Gresham--Bank of America Certificate in Music Patti Druliner--Bank of America Engraved Trophy in Fine Arts. Bank of America Certificate in Foreign Language, Life Membership of C.S.F., Girls' State Elizabeth Poulos--Bank of America Certificate in Home Economics Maureen Berman--Bank of America Cerificate in English, Life Membership of C.S.F. Karen Reischman--Bank of America Certificate in Art Betty Whitney--Life Membership of C.S.F. Clifford Beck--Life Membership of C.S.F. Nield Mercer--Bank of America Engraved Trophy in Science 8: Mathematics Bank of America Certificate in Laboratory Science, Life Membership of C.S.F., Boys' State Joe Brush--Life Membership of C.S.F. Igor Zbitnoff--Bank of America Engraved Trophy in Liberal Arts, Bank of America Certificate in Mathematics, Life Membership of C.S.F. Myron Remington--Bank of America Certificate in Social Science, Bausch 8a Lomb Science Award, Life Membership of C.S.F. -40- ENIOR CLASS HISTORY The Class of 1958, looking in retrospect upon their accomplishments, can feel justifiably proud of the challenge which they have met and conquered with intense enthusiasm. As freshmen, we entered upon our high school career eager to overcome the prejudices which are associated with all underclassmen. We elected the following officers to lead us in our campaign toward acceptance and ultimate supremacy: President, Nield Mercer, Vice- President, Joe Myers, Secretary, Pat Buxton, Treasurer, Elizabeth Poulos, Demerit Com- mittee Members, Marjorie Frohn and John Edgar, Student Council Representative, Mar- garet Frohn. The transfer of Joe Myers to another school in mid-term necessitated the elec- tion of an able successor--Dennis Heth. Previewing the impressive list of activities which we were to sponsor during our high school career were two well-attended dances, a holiday dance at Christmas and a Sadie Hawkins Day Dance in the spring. The challenge of attaining financial prosperity was foremost during our sophomore year. Already planning toward the production of a spectacular Junior Prom, we took decisive ac- tion to supplement our modest treasury. Among the events we sponsored were fortune-tell- ing and popcorn booths at the Student Body Carnival and a successful Sophomore Dance. Our class was characterized by outstanding participation not only in athletics and school- sponsored activities, but also in student government. Officers elected during this important phase of our rise were the following: President, Joe Myers, Vice-President, Ricky Hooker, Secretary, Patty Miller, Treasurer, Phyllis Rawles, Demerit Committee Members, Jean Johnson and Molly Welch, Representative to the Student Council, Nield Mercer. As exalted juniors we willingly assumed the tremendous responsibilities which accom- panied our rising social esteem. Several significant events demonstrated our exceptional or- ganizational abilities. The highly successful Junior Talent Show was the first in history to present two performances to enthusiastic audiences. "Evening In Paris" was the theme for our spectacular Junior Prom. A romantic sidewalk cafe, moonlit sky, and illuminated back- drop effected the Parisian motif. Virginia Pendleton and Lonnie Maxfield were crowned Em- press and Emperor of the gala event. An outstanding display of school spirit culminated by a cleverly-executed skit won for us the newly-instituted "cow bell" which is awarded to the class having the most school spirit. The officers elected for this year were as follows: Presi- dent, Barry Turner, Vice-President, Ricky Hooker, Secretary, Becky Schneider, Treasurer, Jim Brewer isucceeded by Warren Davinaj, Demerit Committee Members, Lois Crawford and John Edgar, Representative to the Student Council, Igor Zbitnoff. Our senior year was marked by outstanding leadership and extensive social activity, as well as high scholastic and athletic standing. Members of our class competently filled num- erous offices in the student body and in other school organizations. We took full advantage of the fine dancing area provided by our new cafeteria and sponsored many dances which contributed greatly to student enjoyment. Many activities were also sponsored for the pur- pose of raising sufficient funds for an elaborate Senior Ball. Among these were the following: a booth at the Student Body Carnival, a "Girl Snub Boy" Day and Dance, and a fine Senior Play, "The Moon's Still Yellow." Officers for our senior year included the following: Presi- dent, Nield Mercer, Vice-President, Mack Watts, Secretary, Lois Crawford, Treasurer, Pat Druliner, Demerit Committee Members, John Edgar and Margaret Frohn, Representative to the Student Council, Ricky Hooker. Our gala Senior Ball commenced a festive and memorable Senior Week. Solemn Bac- calaureate services and impressive graduation exercises brought to us the realization that we were leaving behind us the security of classrooms and the understanding of devoted tea- chers and were stepping into adulthood, thus assuming our responsibilities both to ourselves and to the world of tomorrow. Maureen Berman Mary Truitt -41- SE IOR SNAP Jeanne Richardson, Joe Brush, and Dan McCracken playing go. Carolyn Elmer 2 -1 . ., iv . .. L, Clifford Beck -42- f if N J 'V 5 K 'S C-, f Q K 'ff 'fn 1 .3 -wwf' Mr. John Laughlin, eighth-grade teacherg Molly Welchg Igor Zbitnoff. fi, A l -, , 'C XR . y Q 4 C ,ll 'Wi f My ,, 1, ' ,K N""" f I QA , , 1 1 r VKMVIWW? D L, , N fy 1 j V W ,,,, We ll ., f ' 4, "-ay i M Henry Wolny Q ,X igqli ,V Wk.,,!lyk 5 txt f no 'W My 'J We Mack Watts SWE-H635 f I A g I V 4 , XV AV 5 . , vi, K QLZEQ .,, 4 ' iyh I ,. . v 'W ' V Lm,,, 1 I va., - .15 541' ,V 4 " I 'if f. i ff. f FIRST ROW: Henry Abshire, Billy Allsup, Joy Anderson, Zoe Anderson, Gloria Ballard, Darlene Barnes, Irma Bass. SECOND ROW: Michael Adcox, Patricia Amadio, Kenneth Anderson, Delinda Baker, Stan Banks, Jean Bartlett, William Beaufort. The Junior Class of this year can be proud of their accom- plishments. They completed with enthusiasm each project. The Junior Talent Show was a great success, and fabulous is the only word that can be used in describing the Junior Prom. PRESIDENT Patty Jo Peters ,gh Doug Pennington FIRST ROW: Dick Bennett, Victor Bergstrom, Glenda Blankenship, Margaret Bold, Jean Bradley, Bill Brakebill, Bobby Britton. SECOND ROW: Thomas Berg, Robert Bivin, Brent Blasi, Lyle Braae, Ann Bradshaw, Nan- cy Brister, David Brown. +1 . IW. Y I W O Im, Q57fY' VICE PRESIDENT The Juniors were a well-balanced group having equal repre- sentation in all school activities. Members of the class were out- standing in athletics, student government, and scholarship. .grp . '., H -' . V 'tie V I . I ill I.-5 I V "Ilia ' f"- .r" V -4 f . , S , , M , . , , A , ,, fi 3' ., -Q r ffm ' ,Q I g I gr. X -I g f' f ,ff . , , ia ,lf 7, V I , . I 1 AW 4 ,M . , 'V ' X . .2 A , V , Q. V 7 V . ' 'I' v , J t 'I I V V' ' ' .V ff?-521 . ff . . ,. . - , . K , ag...-yu. M , f V I . 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T fi X -, ag A V ix Q x f ,I M ,V ' 6 3, ' fi' f l I Q zghlgwlf l l ,Ig if-V f 1 , . 12 FIRST ROW: David Hansen, Geraldine Hardwick, Coleen Harkins, Peggy Harmon, Terry Harrison, Edna Hays, Barbara Heintz. SECOND ROW: Harry Harder, David Harget, Joe Harlan, Kayrene Harrison, Doris Hayes, John I-Iees, Kathy Henrichs. ADVISER Mr. Kaj Blomquist STUDENT COUNCIL Marilyn Owen FIRST ROW: Bonnie Henry, Susan Hickman, Alden Hinds, Paul Hoyt, Norma Hughs, Frankie Inscho, Ronald Jackson. SECOND ROW: Terry Heth, Lavern Hilton, Charles Howard, Mary Huggins, John Hults- ma.n, Jimmy Jackson, Don Jameson. . ' W V V G ?i X , , I K, I ,fe A I 'I Y A l' rvn.. r-'r I ,, S ., ' are -, ' H J fi- I ' ' ' e X. A 55 . . fi' R X 9 i w: ,ifil if J P . G M 'I .I T f .F a.. ' , ' l I ,I , A, W f f I ' 4 S? "Q, ',.,f 1, , ' I f ' ' f ' . - e 1. nf - ff- ,y.-'T -f in fy., ,Y . , 1,2 if XL, W , ,. o. , 1.3. 1 l, i s: sf' L oai if S32 fiii 1 lik, 5 A to gf: :xx S :Qs FIRST ROW: Frances Jenne, James Jensen, Allen Johnson, Jeri Ann Johnson, Katie John- son, Lynnie Jones, Irana Kern. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Jennett, Maxine Jensen, Carl Johnson, Karen Johnson, Clifford Jones, Bill Kahn, Betty Kinman. ADVISER Mr. Jerry Cook ,xg ,g ,. W f' M ' 'S-'U' ' 'Q ', -2 rs 'lg I , jk 3 U . X 'f ,L 1 K -+ V' J: . Z ADVISER Mr. Perry Lewman ADVISER Mr. Alford Wright FIRST ROW: Janett Lane, George Lang, Sharon Limpert, Larry Lister, Dennis Loftis, Eve- lyn Longstaff, Charles Lovell. SECOND ROW: Bob Lane, Ruth Lee, Mary Lou Lindsey, Donna Lockart, James Long, Sharon Loucks, Karen Lundeen. C2 rv- f Q ,. mi J sf- -I if it ' was 1 vu ,-,193 fwff, Ag, A W, 1 , f J .X 4. ffl X v 2 1 W!! . f"v!" y. '7f'f gf f ' mm 4' 4 'fiff ff f 'Q fy ' 'Q -H i M , 1 , f f 34. 'X MV if M f R 1 ,WW ,. , J' ff' W ky fry? S , .A i .V 41 , " 1' 'f W ' -7 ff fs, ' Ig gf S Q1 l - I X5 al 3 . ...M ,Z ,. ., . ' .1 ' 1 ' " ' f if gy .jg-,, j xg FIRST ROW: Larry Lynch, Carolyn Maxfield, Judy McElroy, Gerald Miller, Joe Mitchell, Evalee Morrow, Charles Moyer. SECOND ROW: Ralph Maize, Joan Mayfield, Leah McGee, Johnny Miller, Terry Moir, Louise Morton, Pat Myers. THIRD ROW: Jerald Mason, Nancy McDaniel, Ann Miley, Wayne Miller, Julia Morris, Alex Moschetti, Don Nassie. FIRST ROW: Arlene Naumann, Doug Norfolk, James O'Connor, Dick Parducci, Ellamae Parker, Judy Perry, Bobbie Pierce. SECOND ROW: Judy Nichols, Louis Noyd, Wayne Olhiser, Ronald Parducci, Jean Pear- son, Patty Jo Peters, Russell Porterfield. THIRD ROW: Margaret Nichols, Jack Obucina, Marilyn Owen, Bill Parducci, Doug Pen- nington, Barbara Peugh, Jim Pulliam. Eff' l x I S X 4 lm I -1 I N 9 Q N ff- All 6 R ,qu 1 J :L l Q1 6 rf, W ka K X I . sz i s ' 44 f . ,W ,,,, A C I i:.il.v lk , I r uv. W I h 4 33, ii s 6' ' , 5 5 Gun-4 NL W, 1:-f , R .Q S I 1f1',,,,y4 .- :- Qfgfm ff , f9Z?7"3'Z", fwifgpr Jim? 'www' if ,from , I A, I I' " ,- J txkx rw ' v 4' ttfgoflf up mai gm A 3 1 v.f, 'fm-'ff , R ,J fy 1 'Q l U Z f 'KW ' i 6 Ml '-Z L wi ., , , f ,Y if arg r va 'Sf S ,lg K gu y, 4 . 1: Q J i5?fH1 Q"5ff2 fp 1 r L-f- "i5f'22 M f 'zu , S . it W V' q f , y S QQ 1 N . ff' ",' - " . 1 J 311' yr .1 ' 1 V 'f'." . s lsrl lssf . l ua.. .,...ftf: X at W is ' 1 AAI, , M re ,5 5' 15. I 1' 4- o a 4 -.1 5-iw tam: ffl- .W 'ffx wi' xi I nw: LU 7 me f , Y s ' a. , , , S h f 6-ff' -fr 1 , . , I ' ,.,, f xr wvw nfs. flux,-wa -' -'CML 1. FIRST ROW: Edward Puterbaugh, Patty Rea, George Ricetti, Donald Ritchey, Marva Lou Romer, Linda Schmitz, Kathy Shanyfelt. SECOND ROW: Clarice Ramsey, Jerry Reeves, Stewart Richards, Janice Robertson, Bob Ryder, John Scott, Nancy Sholes. THIRD ROW: Daphne Rawles, John Rex, Anna Riggs, Harriet Rogers, Fred Scaife, Geor- gia Seward, Reba Short. FIRST ROW: David Shrabel, Oscar Smith, Bill Snook, Gary Stipe, Darlene Thomas, Betty Tollini, Jim Truffa. SECOND ROW: Tom Simon, Linda Snearly, Jim Starback, Karen Sullivan, Gordon Thompson, Arthur Tracy, Jeannie Vandervort. THIRD ROW: Ken Smith, Larry Snoen, Jere Starks, Jim Tarver, Melba Tingley, Alvin Tripp, Bob Van Dyke. ix :tt', rg, 'za A iv G 32, 5, -2 f . X ? f zefixb f ' 'f ' qw x f,.-xii' K-.QQ-it , +,N,w, at 4 :rw 'Ml r , , X mx. V, ,xx ,I 10:18 Xxx it 9 X ' V ,Xu is fi, I O, , ' f , . , , 1 J 1 Ki, A. , W 44 N A 4 f az , if-ft Q B, y ' Rf? 5 x 9 x 1 a li, ., I lkf. , , ,, if-wi Q1 A 9 iq X Tift ' ,. if "S x li? f.. 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FIRST ROW: Gary Vann, Jim Walton, Woodrow White, Ricky Wissmath, Mary Wright, George Zinn, Glenn De Keno. SECOND ROW: Larry Venturi, Bob Wamer, Alan Wiemeyer, Mahala Woodall, Mary Ann Wright, Virginia Bechtol, Karren Lane. THIRD ROW: Bill Walsh, Bill Welch, Joellyn Wise, David Wright, Ray Yielding, Gary Cadd. S NOT PICTURED Susan Brown Myma Cooper Kay Ferguson Jim Johnson Al Langley Richard McDonald Wayne Norman James Taylor Beulah Darlene Tilton Stoney Wilson -51- Glenn De Keno Karren Lane SQEWQMEE-ES wg! qw ,, Y 7 -as-1 f I W I, X, 1 lg A J - ' . J? 1 ss I '- ' 'C iff 'l3.4Wx" Qi -1' " I , x N 7 f J ' wr Q I , at A 1 a Q" W, , I, ff., .gl azlgi, QM: al, - In ' V5'f14"54ffi2?i? A at 2 n sl soul -l Q f i J ' , r fn pf? If 'Q I' - A i J f no if 1 . Q 1 ,,5f"' I , ,V ' ',,' ilfi' . 'A 1' I x 1 if , ' ,351 I! . ,I . ,, w gi ' ' ,K I J AAA , 4 rf, , , , , V, "it I if I X I K A ' ,ji I . I 'V , ' , Y 1 Ml - A 5 27 x wtf- 4 X .af if .lf FIRST ROW: Dorothy Abbott, Joyce Aguiar, Rose Mary Allen, Tony Amundsen, Robert Anderson, Frank Armbrust, Dennis Balthazar. SECOND ROW: Mike Adams, Ruth Alexander, Johnny Allsup, Judith Anderson, Bob Ar- groves, Doneta Baker, Jim Barnes. With an approximate total of three hundred one students, each enthusiastic and willing to help, the Sophomore Class has had a very successful year. This year's class officers have done a superb job in guiding the class through its activities and in building its reputation for years to come. VICE PRESIDENT Mike Hayes WW' f ii i A-. c rs PRESIDENT A A v ' . . 39 gcrv x .' ,- f x? r. xv Jim Crofoot l rver p A a ,J rrv . V The Sophomore Class gave a smashing Christmas dance in the 'X ,A , y A W ,X , ' new cafeteria on December 18, 1957. The theme.was "Silver Bells," I I itfl I . ' A mings. I 0 'J I During the March of Dimes drive in the school, the Sopho- ff? n ifirlli , Q Q W 1 Ag Q -W NX Q w and the main attraction was the tall silver tree with blue trim- WK f 1 I ll I lf l mores came out ahead with total contributions amounting to I f'536.33. FIRST ROW: Ronald Barnes, Ron Barnette, Pat Bass, Paul Bates, Jeffrey Beck, Donald Behneke, Tonya Bennings. SECOND ROW: Carole Barnette, Gerald Barringer, Reginald Bateman, Earl Beck, Eliza- beth Beckwith, Kendall Behneke, Paulette Berkland. -- 1 T 'eg f i fs I '. ' I 13 " 1 3 J 'E 1:2 A V 'Q 3. 4 J if , I 'd"'I' 'I 5' lv px , -4 I 'I ,Q if , ,X ., RNA r t ',,,, ,f if 'R Q X' 8 ,i 1 F 'K 9 , sw,-nf, , 'gre di ra - 6 , ,., Q Q ,, I V dw uv I L., I 'In , a ,,,, ,wg-ff' I I A : ey ,Mfg - n fiffi2pf2'7fZf'i2f ,, , :wyifpnf nllli i f f f , 4 ,qx A , , M9513 he 46, V . '32 'Q 6, 4 ,gg Q25 . A-Zz!.1'm: 'E' ii: g'lLWf42S's, we f,:,.z 1 , 92 I V Qi!! H T ii E l Q X rf f' 1 91? A ,l gyy, 1 i fj i m v i t M2 f, 'Qi V we 1,9 555 M3 3 3 FIRST ROW: Michael Berman, Gerald Boesel, Ken Boutelle, Delilah Brackett, Mike Bras- hear, Marilyn Brown, Donna Bull. SECOND ROW: Deanna Bivin, Gary Borgna, Grace Braae, Ken Branson, John Brown, Rus- sell Brown, Judy Burns. SECRETARY Russ Brown , t R ' 1 Q , 1' 1 'f ,a TREASURER Ken Branson FIRST ROW: Michael Burrell, Martha Butow, Joesph Cantaroni, Martin Carlson, Patricia Carroll, Gary Ceccarelli, Billie Mae Chambers. SECOND ROW: Noel Burt, Patti Campbell, Patti Caouette, Ruth Ann Carr, William Car- ver, Dennis Chamberlain. Bobby Chambers. 522 I f M f , fa? ff 'wi li 222' ' A, I I I T z " 1 -' H :ight-fun: ff f if v , 42,0 W I We any fi K v H nf if 1 Z 422.2 fmt 6 + 52 Q E A Y ,gl A atwui V, Q, I 1 9 if ' V. f' ., ,:- "W K Y, M ' , 4 cf' 'f , ,. P -1 ' ZW, 74- . V' "T , z 5 , T, -3, ' gms, T ' - f . ,V., . QM ' J 2 gf FIRST ROW: Fred Chase, David Christensen, Ronal Close, Delton Cooper, Joan Covert, James Crofoot, Kenneth Davis. SECOND ROW: Aldred Chavez, Steven Clifford, Patrick Collins, Harvey Couch, Robert Cox, Nancy Daut, Nancy Davis. CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE Claudia Wilson CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE Susan McCombs FIRST ROW:Sandra Davis, Sandra De Lain, Jim Dobbins, Harriette Donaldson, Terry Dyckman, Barbara Ehly, Kathy Ellis. SECOND ROW: Phillip Debler, Patrick De Vaughn, Maria Dockins, Virginia Druliner, James Egan, Carolyn Elliott, Doug Ely. s X2 ics- A ec. 5 If VW' J 4 ,M 1 ,,y J R S gl Q, W J y 'l X in d w? r ' ,P A 2 4 5 , 9 1 'fi 1 . . 'Z' x t 'Q '31 W 6 sei Kg If 1 2 t ' es. , ,, in , ., cv, I ,J I v.. M V , .- 3,-ff, '- V xg ' , ' f Q www ,V kv 4 a. , W ' " " 4' 4, fr Pi , fi .gvlgq gg, 5,325 , 1. , A1 f :peru .3-,,,,,, , ,, ", eff. H- - " I x ' 4 -,'.'-13-.HP Ei , 7 fp , 1 ,il Q35 X ,. ' - I - W f ' , , M f - ,, 5 'f ' A A I I 1 A F i if f E ea 5 . YQ 'DQS ,, ra 1, .-,. ,, W I ,, ,Y V ,V V, ,V f f- -fy: i, 4 ,., K I f if " 4 ' f 'f yn S I g 1 : i i. .X W, on fr: .k,k fl I 15' V FIRST ROW: Susan Erickson, Randal Falk, Robert Fenton, Lawrence Fleetwood, Juanita Ford, Nicky Ford, Bill Foster. SECOND ROW: Eileen Evans, Ronald Farley, Kathy Fitch, Robin Fleming, Mack Ford, Shirley Fortner, Carolyn Foutz. . Q, , af ,gf 7 ' ' H g V 1: ,, - fa l 5 ang, X I , , l , l f X I WW I - rel, ww or I + 1 2 f I Q. f 1 I f , I 2 1 E- M ?'i' f " L' 61 at Q' 3 ml a ml I 1 . , Q ei F, t, F, . 4 19 STUDENT COUNCIL Susan Spencer f f M' X r J ws vfr ,,,, , ag, 3, My ff ZZ a 15' me . ' f f ,A f f f f QV!! .1 , K ADVISER FIRST ROW: George Fowler, Thoreen Fravel, Erlyne Fullerton, Georgette Gainey, Jo Anne Goodwin, Gerry Gowan, Edna Gray. SECOND ROW: Jack Franks, Peter Frey, Beverlee Furrer, Douglas Gardner, George Go- wan. Carmen Gravel, Charles Green. .... on F f of I H , I "i' , A fr -L Z, ifyffk ' riri 4 f .I If f',V V, I f M an I 1 f . H .V H 1 ,. Z, ' , I , , 4, C Mrs. Mary June Posey 5 aff xi a i 2 af ,. .. ,. www iw ri'-ff, ff ff .V I Y 5 A7 11 fi - . I 4 V WYZEQ-Viz f f R ' n ,X ' 5 li 5 - fl 1 , . 4f- it "A W ,M ' .- 172 X G 1' , f , if 7 A Q-A , l . V 'X '75 Q- .. 4 . X . X ll . , 'F if 5' N. 'Q-. Q L TQ' . if t . G M Q 4 FIRST ROW: Genalee Green, Pamela Gregg, George Grover, Bob Gutierrez, Bill Ham, Zola Harbour, Pat Harmon. SECOND ROW: Larry Green, Charles Griesbach, Marie Guntly, Ronald Guthrie, Betty Harbour, Larry Hargis, Victoria Harpe. .-if if ADVISER Mrs. Audrey Ure ADV ISER Mr. Gilbert Daly ADVISER Mr. Ruben Beseda FIRST ROW: Judi Hay, Michael Hayes, Robert Heffelfinger, Virgil Holdcraft, Charlotte Hook, Roberta Horr, Charles Hudson. SECOND ROW: Walter Haydon, Charles Heatherly, Myma Himes, James Holmes, Linda Hooper. Delores Hubert, Michael Hughes. ,Jw me 4 R , W it O J ' A' , ag, X., , at W V , f 'oft' ills Fx' h l K li ,Vf , Xu!! gp mv-'Q 1 with M xsifiiis- l l x 3' 4 6 . AAS- - ref jf'-HRA R A iv , L. tf -N lx 'ff-f I Y L If ff 3 ' , lf: 171- Xi ,High Q rdf f , X n af, 45? Q , at 5 ,af 15' X Q5 'ILS f 1 f , X' Z 1 if f .. 'nf .Qi 'fa ,, 4 , I, . 2,13 Vf ., I g " ' ,- e x I , X K X Q , , - 1 , 4 4 I I 42' 4? 1, X l A it ' V: 2 4 f ' . , W "" , - s ' ""' ,. , ,,"n ' , , ijlif 14 , ,g ' , I Z , .f ,217 I 1? T ',,. ' ' Q I an 5 X, ff f ff, lg f' '. A , If 3 ii' . lx - I5 RA . ., ,- y , A-Q' " li , ,' an X er 4. willing' FIRST ROW: Jerry Hunt, Beryl Inscho, Michael Jenkins, Dolores Johnson, Sue Johnson, Hershel Joseph, Sharon King. SECOND ROW: Ronald Hunt, Ralph Jackson, Carolyn Johnson, Jeanette Johnson, Donald Johnstone, John Kelley, John Kinney. THIRD ROW: Richard Hutchison, Janet James, David Johnson, Sharon Johnson, Michael Jordan, James Keys, Janeen Knoles. FIRST ROW: Ilah Knutson, Gail Larson, Linda Lee, Patricia Levy, Margaret Little, Diane Lundershausen, Bill Magee. SECOND ROW: Lovell Kruger, Tommy Lawrence, Loijos, Rosemary Macdonald, Donna Magee. THIRD ROW: Douglas Lance, Joanne Leard, Barbar deen, Cary Madison, Robert Mantynen. fy in y M m 6 f v I . 3 , f. ,. , if Z f W W I 5 ,, , , Lazy K fff Wanda Lee, Ronald Leyone, George a Levy, Emmett Lincoln, Sheila Lun- , V, . Iwi fi 1 Q, X , l an in V , Ma, 'V' , .f ' V f ff! f ff f 4 X f , 4,151 f 'f -ff, W1 244.4 I , , ik X if . 1 sf..v,f s, U 1' .f . IH It , ' f 7-ff . I It i' ,.:l:a f X 1 , . ,.4 fyfff,fQf, 'ar V4 f, Q mf, X 1 , fy, f Q .K 'F Q , . M , f, L4 -- , y l 1, A :la ,f f i ' ' W ' ? f' "' ,f f'f P k V If gf.. or f is '32 3 gf 3 m....., f M aw Q X or 'Q f f rv- f , ' if ,f 4 K a. , f 1 fr., Qf U 'I' fe . X f i W : f WO W Q 7 Q , B. I N., I I 4 5 if J, Y,V, K. ,. ,V mf l ff , Q 3? . ' Y 'fwfr if QMWMM , 1, A 1 'M E fray' 3, Lf ' a ,. 4 -mf X 6 f FIRST ROW: Richard Mars, Robert McCaa, Susan McCombs, Patricia McDonald, James Miller, Jimmie Minton, Ann Morris, SECOND ROW: David Marshall, Tyler McCabe, Allen McConnell, Byron McLennan, Patri- cia Miller, Elizabeth Mitchell, Glen Moseley. THIRD ROW: David Maxwell, Daryl McClendon, Carol McConnell, Corwin Miller, Peggy Miller, Genevieve Moore, Tanya Moton. FIRST ROW: Beth Munday, Joseph Niderost, Rodney Otjenbruns, Joyce Owens, Larry Pearson, Christopher Philbrick, Rachel Pinnell. SECOND ROW: John Nagel, Leslie Norgard, Olivia Orio, Jack Padie, Richard Perkins, Charles Phillips, Sharon Piver. THIRD ROW: Dana Newell, Russell Oakley, Lee Ottenwess, Rodney Palmer, Jack Peter- sen, Billy Pierce, Mickey Pomi. I ,,.,, : 'I as A M, ,:., ':,t I p, za., r"',, if I KV , ,, I . " i ri ,. X f V 'Am get l W M R... Q f,,nr V :Z ,1-',f , U , QV nf' Vx O , ,Lg 3 9 fffv ' , , 04 .,,1XriNx W B ' 1 xl x xv Aix! lk , Qi, X1,Ax::.3,9 rrkxx ,H p life- , , . I y by f aff ,,,, ,,,, I ' , , 'bf ,wg E , il we J I '11 ah n 4 W-r Q, ard, ,,, auf K 6' K., J' P fr' yt f,-, , :vw ' If ,K 1 I KAY g X K Q.. L use . ef , " L lv I M, , M' it : I X J' , I, ,- . , Z" sfs . ' . a xiii I nt- - I 2 ' . J K VV 1 x W f if 3 A I '1- U gg RH W4 if 59.31 if , " ' , Af X 'Q f 6 i f-af WX: ' 1 FIRST ROW: Lewayne Ponsonby, Wannie Posey, Annie Quan, Patsy Ramsey, Linda Reischman, Betty Ann Ricetti, Felix Riggs. SECOND ROW: Dolores Pontes, Gail Post, Pamela Radcliffe, Janet Rawles, Aaron Rem- ington, John Ricetti, David Rinaldo. THIRD ROW: Patricia Pope, Barbara Potter, Glen Ragsdale, Loretta Reed, Dorothy Rhyne, Vernon Rickey, Marjorie Ritchey. FIRST ROW: John Riva, Terry Rossiter, Jack Scott, Ronnie Severson, Robert Sheets, Ed Sibbett, Scharla Smith. SECOND ROW: Danny Rogina, Lewis Ruddick, Ken Scotto, Shirley Seymour, Betty Shields, Gregg Simpson, Terry Smith. THIRD ROW: Robert Ross, Marvin Sater, Samuel Senteney, Dave Sharrock, Wanda Shoe- make, Doug Slaven, Susan Spencer. ',,,,, mf. 'S D , ,QZZ-,E . ij V , , ry 4 , , 7 , ,yff J, b , 1 S 44 X fr 4 Y 3 ' I If f N to 7 44, dn Q 1, in M . A ,, -:fm 1 v" , - in ix S' - F.Z1?,i':,'iJw i"2ai1,Qa41f- W. fi Q. ', p13,--:3 , A , , 3'gn1H': w f -xiffivf' V : M H falygi a' ' Qtwfi ,racer ,iviv , W1 , 1' Q Y' , 2 ' f gf, , M 15 "K I 3. ' W1 . , , .. , i f ii ' 1 . I f.. . 1 MQ, , gf ig, Q Ki 3, 4, , in-v nr-"' T 'N : -e J , , , 2 I , , K '37 H . -. it , I 5, ' ,XX .X ' ' if W lt Wi 5 J. vs. Vg -E K ,N V 4.4 nl xl .Q 'I , ,G mn? is digg Ax 1 I ' "TT 5' . x,,, 5 u 5 f f ' Hr f7l.Q.k..a a ,115 if iffw H . A 3 in . ' . .9 ve., ,. ,M 4. , 7, N ' 2 A... f- A 54 2. ? Q5 4' 'V M Wt., J . AV M., ,. W , .,, . r A.,A ' ,hgqg ' , . f V ' I. I i. ' f 4 Q, ' Y. 1 'fr , -' - f . .ffm ' ' . A Q s Z r . ,Q , O at 5. . 'Q 10 5 , . ' ' f 4... ga, 7 ,I I it :ry rf-.,. Vrfr ,,,, .. If K g' V. ' Q V. , A ,LV I fr lf. Q Q i :- if A Wea' r . .W ws A ' 5 'e'5"""6s Wai? U' A ' W My -1 219.1 2225. fi. Q Mr we r 'Q . ' 5-J: ' . 45" .. ,. I , -W .Z , l . X A M y' W- , . Egg ,gl ,444 ' .W . "" ' f J' ' gn c: v-r 1' " A . W I M I CJ .. V- " .f l M, f f ef 1. f , ff., ,.:W,',:ffQ 1 f' fs I ,iff I . ., ,X ,,,.,n ,. "W t Q. FIRST ROW: John Stafford, Janice Stinehoff, Leroy Stutsman, Mark Tatum, David Teas- dale, Martha Thompson, Genie Timar. SECOND ROW: Gene Starks, Donald Stover, Susan Swain, Coleen Taylor, Janice Tei- cheira, Joanadel Thyarks, Edward Totten. THIRD ROW: Mike Stevenson, Howard Sturges, Ann Sword, Sue Taylor, Thomas Thies, Martin Tilley, Barbara Towne. FIRST ROW: Martha Townsend, Gaye Vargas, Jerry Wallace, George Weger, Ernest A. Wheale, Neva Wright, Sandra Clarkson. SECOND ROW: Donald Trouette, Alan Vogel, Alex Warden, Gene Weist, Patricia A. Wil- liams, Sharon Young, Edda Fulton. THIRD ROW: Terry Tumer, Leon Wall, Sue Waterhouse, Sharon Weston, Claudia Wilson, Gail Andreasen, Jo Ann Gutierrez. V it 5' I -22. 7 ' W ' at 4' .M A e , 4... 4 j .. JA . -. vp X . fa. J F I 'Q 14' Swiftl y: , 415 0- sr. I1 3 .-,-Q ', . rx 1,123 .rxh 4','iMjg.xV if ,,. fer -'.'x" C' -' .:-'e. ' infix 'll I 1- " '1- Mw -. . .'-'S::r'ifz wgyi, L 1,1. .. - w A , . Q 1.. R X 6' at 'X iz .xl ef I wg fb! v r . 1-V9 af, V VII7 V ,, V f if " an 4- 65' 4 . Q. W . .3 4' 4 J "4 . "B, . LW: 1 HX rf' " - lx. "" fc if EEE-SWMEH B qgfflbwif i Q 3 X 2 V .Zi 'ey , F Q ' 'D , liz, -X , Q f- ,. K 6 f Q X N x if I K,,v-W ' ' J , M' , A if f if 1 . T 1 FIRST ROW: Bonnie Adair, Shirley Agnew, Mike Amadio, John Annis, Richard Auger, Delbert Avants, James Bailey. SECOND ROW: Katherine Agnew, Judith Alexander, Baisel Andrews, Terry Armstrong, Edward Austin, Jeanette Babcock, Richard Bailey. we Ana, if an an , 7 4 I Y 6 , li 4-0 PRESIDENT Ricky Wildberger The enrollment of the freshman class--360 mem- bers--makes it one of the largest classes in the his- tory of Ukiah Union High School. The class officers are the following: president, Ricky Wildbergerg vice- president, Walter Browng secretary, Lynda Smith, and treasurer, Cheri Hay. VICE PRESIDENT Walter Brown Q GE'-9' Other class representatives are Gary Smith and -f Janet Brown, citizenship committee, and Pat Finne- gan, student council. These representatives and offi- cers have ably conducted the affairs of their class, bringing the freshman into prominence in school gov- ernment and activities. ll? A lll'lI'+E7fi1'rllif1!' FIRST ROW: Virginia Bailey, Patricia Balls, Shirley Bare, Rickey Belcher, Marilyn Bert- sch, Frances Bogner, Donna Boyd. SECOND ROW: Russell Ball, Ronald Banta, Dale Beck, Donna Bergstrom, Paul Bertsch, John Bookout, Lester Bradford. 9 , 1-L',.m , A , -was f ' 4, I wx if I in: A Lg A fm-H a- 5 V . ' w - , ' 4. fe-' I ' . . 1, if 1 S AX, 1'-V I , ,X MX 3 ff W 1 lx' 6 , nay.. sig, .--I 'v5"! , - I , it f 'X Q v ft' ' he gi 'A C 1 L, S .hkk v 1 in i I K A fy KW h .- -ff t-' A H -we 1' ff' tu T JL, AJ, .-fi 1 CW" gg-X J N W V ' J , A mm lx 5 . , W ' , A S . i QU ,X Xxx- 'SMYXX 'ma E X l H K sw lx V Mfr 22 , rg , T' ' 1 in fi 4, 5 A I in-Y ,W G , . mf , , ' L. Q50 -'.l pg, , V + 1 it ' T .1 , "el - Jlelgf !"" 'C HN M it T A 5 . lahrwa' -. if .far-K, fQ . C " 'T ,ir az, lllli' 3 212 Z ., fi' r f ,WX FIRST ROW: Jimmy Brashear, Robert Brisbon, Duane Brown, Jack Brown, Mike Brown, Walter Brown, Terry Buchholz. SECOND ROW: Robert Brightenstine, Sonya Brower, Frank Brown, Janet Brown, Naomi Brown, Barbara Bryant, John Burger. In October the Class of 1961 won a prize for hav- ing the most successful booth at the Student Carni- val. In the same month the freshman class was award- ed the "Spirit Bell" for exhibiting outstanding school spirit, this bell remains in the possession of the class for one year. SECRETARY Lynda Smith Cheri Hay to that of the winners, the sophomores. FIRST ROW: Geneva Burrell, Linda Carmichael, Gary Casteel, Linda Challand, Dolores Chavez, Russell Claar, Shirley Clark. SECOND ROW: Barbara Calvin, Marjorie Carpenter,Char1es Ceccarelli, Susan Chamber- lain, Jane Christie, Aaron Clark, Kit Cleland, f.. gf , M if 1 si, f r xp X . , . , , 5 , Q Q .. TREASURER r 1 ,,.- On the occasion of the assembly program that is annually devoted to the March of Dimes, the total contribution of the freshmen ran a very close second ,f 3 fi! ,iw ,iv f 4, QM, Q " v vi 4 1- H 'Y 78 Q. 'Q f 14 fr . Q ' 9 ' ffgm, 2 fa f " '24 ,ii fgff 4 f , ff, y f X 22519 2' FQ-if 2 U' , !4.,.S5'5rW, 1, f 4 25 M 4944 A c 5 - 'p as . ff 4- . ,ga ,MV Z , X M 'wr , f I . ,,..., f Q i, I i , f , x We I f ' f 1 ff -K V f , Q Q fi is 1 ' I M '7 fl 7 E' , tl 'f 0 I A veqirk' I 6 I 7472, I 6 ,:.A, I I I t I , in QXTWQHG ri if gi' Z, ar 1 if ' Zniiik R 0-mga' 4,4 4... i A uf K, iv ,., ,, Q-4 ,Qi , ., ., ? . ,I 1 L 2 4 , Var, 22 I ., ni 4:41, - f v, - , h 7- ' f f 4 19' an L, " , , Q 1 I ,, I f I M ,I V VE ju' , V ay i f V v,, , Q XV M .5 v X , ,, 1 A I V , ,, 5 V A' ' ,f ' xiii ,K ' 1 , , r 1, ' .:' 'I H I 5 NQKWIE'-iii FIRST ROW: Charles Clibum, Duane Coker, Gene Colombini, Don Connolly, Judy Conroy, Carol Crawford, Clifford Creekmore. SECOND ROW: William Cody, Carol Collins, Jim Conlin, Carolee Cormor, Garrison Costan, Don Crawford, Michael Criger. Scholastically, the freshman class has achieved its due recognition: ten of its members have earned their place in the California Scholarship Federation. , CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE Gary Smith . f: ,pf CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE ge loli f Janet Brown , - , 1 V :Vg fr 5. T i- V, merit are: Frank Brown, Kit Cleland, William Cody, ' gr Linda Hinds, Sandra Kussow, Thomas Lagomarsino, Nancy Massengill, Karen Seydel, Don Singer, Tom Timar. These ten students thus recognized for scholastic ' FIRST ROW:Jim Dal Pozza, John Damon, Carl Davenport, Joan Davis, Glenda Dean, James Delozier, Ruth Dibble. SECOND ROW: Charlotte Damiano, Susan Ann Daut, Doug Davina, Linda Davis, Peter DeBernardi, Kay DeVaughn, Eddie Dobbins. if iw, au,-4. I, ,,, I ' cc.. , 's c V ,.', 2 A 2 -. ! , ,, . , -Y -rx, if A I G G Vg. - 2, A O ,, fi K ' E X ' ifil, I ' V ' ' 'f X f L A . f K f, . . , N J ,M "M 1 ' W 7? , Q' ig ii ff. . .Ti TLV. f 'A-' 'Q-7 T J' .:b4' M VA jf A VVVV V A,A,A V M ,, J , rl 2 .K ' "" y , R F , t J, X il Q M A ve' , 2 4, a X 1 4' Y . , s ,L .. . ' v if Ning ' ' , V, .,'f .', t '75 i In X FIRST ROW: Bill Door, Yvonne Duke, Sharon Duncan, Joanne Eldrick, Margaret Ellis, Charlene Eriksen, Glenn Etter. SECOND ROW: Jeanne Duarte, Fred Duncan, Dolores Dunsing, Joan Ellis, Eleanor Erick- son, Dora Estes, Gail Evans. The chief social event on the freshman calendar was the "Bunny Hop," held in March. The theme of the dance was in keeping with the Easter season, bun- eor1, nies and easter-eggs were made use of in the decora- tions. This dance was considered an unusually suc- cessful activity. g STUDENT COUNCIL I , ,lv r Pat Finnigan V if ii it +4 vw 1 W, f to gl. X rv '17, lil ,f,x A ,g ,g W v 4, ,, - 2 E ADVISER Mr. Wayne Robinson The class advisers, all of whom contributed their time generously, were Mr. Robinson, Mr. Watt, Mrs. Shirley, and Mr. Marsh. FIRST ROW: Jim Fairbank, Patrick Finnegan, Dewayne Flowers, Linda Frassinello, Rich- ard Frisbie, Judith Ganter, Albert Garbocci. SECOND ROW: Doris Ferguson, Wally Flatt, David Ford, Larry Freeman, Francis Gallo, ii,,, , it X Nancy Ganter, J met Gardner. ff , l uw, fmt 6 by f? f-V0 ,Md 1, w 1 W , Vaci' , , J flf? V N L1-ffl! if if ,lf W .2 ' " 'f' O ,"f ' 'f' '. i A f Q Z G! i 2 FIRST ROW: Kenneth Garner, Dolores Gowan, Judith Grayson, Sandy Griffin, Gary Gwin, Judith Hair, Ronald Halhnan. SECOND ROW: Donald Gatling, Susan Grady, Paulette Griffin, Bill Groom, Ellen Hair, Brenda Hall, Mary Hammond. of fe' ,, any 'Wd gp 1. Q, , ,i'e 1 f, 5 "' ,.i A M' if ,- C " .. 6 rliu l S i , 0 A Wil' .. if is M 4 1" fal ivva 1 ,l1' , l C 5 1 ,... eaeer S eq " V' if 1- - Q ,' C .. 'Q Q if ' l if f 1, ,..' lu-1' iid' 7 ADVISER r, ,, lar , X Nl Q 5 I Mrs. Genette Shirley 1 ' 1 5 .,,MV,:w, - .,., ,gf ,Q J ' V 1 off-' 5 'f'5ff1Kp3fQeg:' 17 'QQ - A AW H , If ,1i1fJ:a!iX1.. .- .. . ADVISER ,tl f V ' I W 1 -v,.w,wm5f'M ADVISER Mr. George Watt , A- , A X ' f' Mr. Robert Marsh ,, Mg 3 f jj-'wi , ,,f.4,j1V,a'ZA,4 vii' I f , xi ii , , i aaa Q ,,,V Q ' f FIRST ROW: Dean Hampton, Cheri Hay, Steven Heady, Charlene Henry, Leslie Heth, Donna High, Linda Hinds. SECOND ROW: Delores Hamrick, Randall Hays, William Hees, Sharon Hesseltine, Wil- liam Hickey, Mike Hill, Donna Hobbs. 5 'fm f as 322 i if X 'M 1 lx ,4?-aiu , f--ky ' N 4 11. an-54 mu. s, 4 - an 43.5 if 1 41, Feb bi at K di xx 5 Q b : WL W 6, B' A, ,, 4 N, . , 'ft xx, gl Nfl ' : J, gt, f"' : 'Q' ' Q' .,L,, ., " ,, .4 :Q 1 :1 fx M S J t K lv, y XW ,ns-E. l 'AAQ I -a - at I . 'pd , ' "wt , 17 f N .x L W I I I I ' . X : -N ,. f i X l FIRST ROW: Douglas Holmes, Arthur Horsfall, Dorma Hughs, Carol Irmer, Kathy John- son, Mary Johnson, Wallace Kemp. SECOND ROW: Dwight Holmes, Kenneth Howard, Benny Hultsman, Patrick Jennett, Lin- da Johnson, Elena Jones, Robert King. THIRD ROW: Shirley Honeycutt, Roselie Howard, Kenny Hultsman, Janet Jolmson, Marc Johnson, Robert Keys, Don Klapperich. FIRST ROW: Martha Knight,Tom Lagomarsino, Judith Lane, Francine Lawrence, Rose Lee, Donald Loftis, Warren Luce. SECOND ROW: Douglas Knudsen, Mary Land, Bill Lange, Pamela Lawton, Ron Lemmerz, Robert Lombard, Ha.rvey Lundershausen. THIRD ROW: Sandra Kussow, Barbara Lane, Sylvia Lange, Evelyn Lee, Judith Locatelli, Diane Lovell, Janice Madison. ang. f V' va, ,", TM., , ., ". I " 4,555 .1 ,wk-,, I KVVV 'I ,iff J I ' 5 : 4 'Tx age ig atn. X . I 'S' fa Qll lllkfvkrzlff " vt 1 . v"lnll" lf, X . 1, Q ay " auf' 45,-2 f A .. ' 'V 'M I l gf 1 fa, .. x uf, ,, S5 .- ,f ,V Q,-ff 1 K , y A .Xa Q: ,y an , H . lx xl I W w - 3 2. at t Q-"L, Q IQ! ily' U i :D url, f Aw' 'X' we if ':'3..a'--as lf, ' f 5. fjilitw A . .9 -' Q y I M at I Q. - , 4. yi? I MWKZAQQ, vez gg ' 1 -' M ,ff 3 I :Eff ,E ,iff ,T Age N we wif or f I' f U. T' ffsfxf, M 'Y I, xQ f A V FIRST ROW: Mike Madison, Nancy Massengill, Jim Maxey, Arthur McChesney, Perry McCosker, Carolyn Milani, Tony Miller. SECOND ROW: James Markus, Connie Matheney, Marian Maxfield, Marilyn McConnell, Barbara McFarland, Kevin Miley, William Miller. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Martin, Patricia Matthews, Dorothy Mayfield, Nyla McConnell, Doris McMinn, Linda Miller, Elmer Mitchell. FIRST ROW: Emma Mitchell, Caroline Montgomery, Arlene Morse, Robert Myers, Step- hen North, Ronald Parker, Penny Peebles. SECOND ROW: Clint Mobley, Ruth Moore, Sue Moyer, Dorothy Naumann, Janette Otten- wess, John Pearce, David Perrine. THIRD ROW: Douglas Modrell, Shirley Moore, Robert Murphy, Larry Nixon, Thomas Parducci, Bruce Pearson, Kenneth Phelps. I, wa firv 1 X 1 f x X A el 9 N . ,lin- ' 1 l fig 'L 4 .1 8 4- V ,L '- .lf ffl' ,Y VE X 'M W 9' --. 'lv u J B- 5 U,, E' f V 'G , I .ff mf' aF5tr me 6 55' .3 f, , l ,p .9 i V 52 yx., 6 ' I 2 kwa Q kf as - , i.m,a it M .f 'zjvflwff ' Rv h ' , up . ui ,N Va, v I , , ii g f ' Xie! 5' g L, f 122211 -qv , "' ."J, I W W , -1 ,f 4 .,., ,, I , , , . ,4 f - c 'I cfm, so 'I ., -A ' I X' "Z ' .,L., ' K . lik ' ,. XM 4 li, V f sa g- aaa' fwe za WMQK aa ' c f , , f: 1 I I or lsrt l i S as f ix gif 46, arg Q ' f- Lg Al' auf X X .A Q lr 5874? I 'L Alf FIRST ROW: John Philip, Ernest Piccolotti, Marjorie Quan, Wilfred Radler, Mary Ray, Tom Richardson, Janie Robertson. SECOND ROW: Irene Phillips, Doreen Piffero, Karen Quick, Robert Raffety, Susan Rea, Ray Rinaldo, Joan Rose. THIRD ROW: Mary Phillips, Donald Pittman, Gene Quigley, Betty Lou Ray, James Rhodes, Brian Roberts, Sharon Ross. FIRST ROW: Kenneth Rowley, Neil Sanderson, Don Scaife, Marsha Severi, Paulette Shra- bel, Gary Smith, Leslie Smith. SECOND ROW: Ronald Rucker, Terry Sanderson, Sharon Scott, Karen Seydel, Mary Sim- on, Gaye Smith, Lynda Smith. THIRD ROW: Jose Sanchez, Gary Sater, Daniel Senteney, Dan Sheets, Donald Singer, Kayrene Smith, Mike Smith. ' fl? 5? 9 4, ,. ,- if 0 Q M 1 I f , wk - , .VL 1 l. ',,' I , 'Wi ff: , I can i W 2 .1 if W adm fy Lv , 11,23 3 fl is v, ! A A 'I I G C 'Q I l. ' -f :ff ,af " ' if , Ac , L X, it haf tx ifw 'Cf ' in . llK.l ,f A . M41 fwfs ,,, aa J ,, , J Q V gf 6: , - gr ,V ,A 5, u -, ' il' V f ,Z 'f J ' '31 KV x, Mg .ii 2 , - . f 1 , ' - I "5 ff f f,5L,f-0'7' ' ', ',m,fl 4 ,, If . ur' I 'f 'Z' J I ' ,l a 'Q I I I lc f EK , f W" F fa 'mil is f f' X t , . t 3 ' I V L fy , f , i v , gL ! O J I 1 , ' q S f J v A-A1V..A , .I , ,I .. . ,. If , V t be , , in V A sh, , ,X g 4, ,7 , " it rl 5 , 1', 4 - wa' It if , ,A A , I I K I L 'E H V , 'YW , ,, jvtfvwvt. . 7 frgfii 3 1' ' ' '5 'Hb f-,, ' i m i ' , ' . I my ly? Q! ,fl rv ki , K , NV qi V SS: 'el Q mi A 23 , ' i F ' I f"f' ,. 4' i ' 'ff' FIRST ROW: Joan Snyder, Lewis Stanley, Loren Stipe, Galen Sutten, Gene Tate, Renee Thornhill, Donna Tolman. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Speers, Earl Stein, Sue Strickland, Sharon Swearengin, Penny Thatcher, Tom Timar, Edwin Turner. THIRD ROW: Ronald Stafford, Erroll Stephens, Carl Stromberg, Robert Swinton, Dennis Thompson, Charles Tollini, Mabel Turner. FIRST ROW: John Ussery, Linda Van Patten, Marilyn Watkins, Dennis Willey, Susan Wil- son, John Wonder, Charlie Youell. SECOND ROW: Robert Vander Stoep, Susan Walsh, Joyce Webster, Jerry Williams, Joyce Winsby, Arthur Woodall, Jo Anne Young. THIRD ROW: Pete Vandervort, Jim Walters, Richard Wildberger, Larry Williams, Cyn- thia Withrow, Lauretta Woodruff, Howard Chambers. 9 'D' I 14 'aj - , t ag x. V , are R S 9 iv I 5 -5 f I ff Q-f x t 'if n n ,,,,1, I J R , t I 1407? x. - I I "nhl l ', al 'ft C' 1, , ""! 1 msd' -v-1 if . ff ..f 4.,w ,. . K 1 .kvxl V I f Q 4- A 41 O- ' 1 ' 's1- , I I I Z I, 5, . f4 , f If ur , 4 S 41.45-4g 5. . - x I -W S , 1. 1 2 1 4 is w Rim X X ,V ,,., SZ, A , V, ,rt av " 'L .pf 55,,'f,Q:,1f4ff:' .gffgfX.-vo 5 , , 44 r A T risr 1 4 , QQ, I I, ' 5 , ,, I 1- C 1,1 Qayf-3, ew f - 1' i!2"51M , ,f ' 5, gr, . 1, H , A ' 'K'h' A -of , f., if 2 1 vg,fg,n- f I 1 , ' .. 1. . , v ' , -' 422 - A 'rt -1 zu- V , 0. ff, .,' 9 . -,ea in 5' I A . Y .' ,-"L i J FIRST ROW: Linda Dane, Dale Higgins, Ma.colm Quarles, Roy Sapler, Allen Toal, Den- nis VValsh. SECOND ROW: Robert Hay, Denni Meyer, Jenada Sadler, Leon Smith, George Wafford, Roger Wyatt. OT PICTURED Jo Anderson Donald Banks Steven Brower Philip Cooper Clement Coughlin Alfred Daugherty David Douthit Vernon Davis Patrick Ellington Jim Ford Raymon Jack Steven Johnson Welker Kern Kenneth Knight Leland La Malfa Ivan Moulder Victor Paddelford Kirk Parsley Jeddy Pearson Robert Postal Terry Ruffridge Leslie Shank John Shute David Thornton Neil Verducci Susan Walsh Fredrick Wright EXGLFUWUTFUES I i - STUDE T COUNCIL ,.4"!Ml FRONT ROW: Margaret Frohn, Nancy Massengill, Mary Louise Ekenberg, Marilyn Owen, Sharon Duncan, Patty Miller, Charlotte Hook, Janie Robertson. SECOND ROW: Janice Robertson, Molly Welch, Suzanne Butt, John Hees, Pat Finnegan, Ricky Hooker, Warren Davina. TOP ROW: Joe Myers, Tony Chess, Barry Tumer, Dan McCracken, Joe Brush, Mack Watts, Jim Whitaker. FRONT ROW: Barry Turner, presidentg Tony Chess, vice-president. TOP ROW: Janice Robertson, secretary, Mr. Wm. Tully, adviser, Margaret Frohn, treasurer. -74- T TUDE T COUNCIL SPRING SEMESTER FRONT ROW: Ricky Hooker, Margaret Frohn, Lois Crawford, Suzanne Butt, Sue Cham berlain, Patrick Finnegan. SECOND ROW: Barry Turner, Johnny Edgar, Mack Watts, Doris Almon, Pat Buxton Joellyn Wise. BACK ROW: Jim Reid, Jim Whitaker, David Aho, David Maxwell, Joe Myers, Dick Ben- nett, Gene Colombini. FRONT ROW: Margaret Frohn, treasurer, Mr. Wm. Tully, adviser, Suzanne Butt, secretary. BACK ROW: Mack Watts, vice president, Joe My- ers, president. -75- uf mx ...M ,..,,,,, V,.,,. 1 9 " , . Y' 44... fi. ax? 5.-vw! ? jfV,Y 4' E EL FRONT ROW: Frances H. Miller, Ann Bradshaw. TOP ROW: Patty Rea, Joyce Durbin, Goldie Ricetti. FRONT ROW: Margaret Frohn, Marie Guntly, Zoe Anderson, Mary Louise Ekenberg, Judy Bailey, Rae Wissmath. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Elmer, Nancy Foster, Lynn Mitchell, Melba Tingley, Eliza- beth Poulos. TOP ROW: Delilah Butterfield, Valerie Crawford, Kathy Shanyfelt, Shirley Bare, Pat Buxton. 1 I -77- FRONT ROW: Marge Carpenter, Carol Lee Conner, Grace Posateri, Mahala Woodall, Gale Larson, Diane Lovell, Ruth Dibble, Linda Davis, Mr. Apostolu. SECOND ROW: Carol Collins, Sharon Scott, Judy Grayson, Clara Sozzoni, Nyla McCon- nell, Anna Riggs. TOP ROW: Karen Reeves, Francine Lawrence, Phyllis Johnson, Mary Wright, Virginia Bradford, Betty Harbour. CHOIR FRONT ROW: Penny Thatcher, Barbara Towne, Sue Morris, Sandy Clarkson, Susan Hick- man, Genalee Green, Mikell Tidd, Mary Huggins, Kathy Ellis. SECOND ROW: Duane Coker, Ronald Hunt, Duane Brown, Carol Ann Gresham, Karen Philbrick, Marie Jones, Pat Myers, Evalee Morrow. TOP ROW: Stan Banks, Bob Ross, Malcolm Quarles, James Rhodes, Don Ritchey, Phyllis Rawles, Jackie Delaney. -7g- .W ,.,, 1 ,G 3 ' ,,. A 1' ' 'i Z 1 ,mg gum l?. 4 1 4 , 1 -an l It -N ff r-.. i Loijos, Jim rge Palmer, Geo ey eginald Bateman, Rodn ards, R Garry Edw W: FRONT R0 Hinds, Linda tgomery, OI1 Tarver, Ruth Ann Carr, Carol M SS Jam Dave Harget, ton, .E 2 s, Brenda Hall Ken Anderson, Karren Lane, Rosemary Allen. Phillip Mary m Berg, Alan To icetti, Sam Senteney, hnR Butow, Jo ha art MIDDLE ROW: Douglas Ely, M ees, Chris Philbrick. thel Cloud, Karl H d Davis, E T8 Bob Raffety, F -r CD bb o D oss, R ob yers, B M at Huggins, P Barnes, Mary noch, Jim W: Larry Lister, Pat E O Di M O 42 III Ron Guthrie Douglas Norfolk, Mr. Apostolu, Ken Beard, Russell Brown. Pat Buxton Doris Almon Elizabeth Poulos Lois Crawford. li' , 7 , f ,, V g 7, f My I 2, ,'Uf'4 'w f 5 Y' I f , K i 5 5 i ,qi 37 , V r s, Q, T . ii if il,,3,,,w5 Q ,. ff' f fi ' " I. ' 5 , V' f 'Z - BOTTOM ROW: Judy Chamberlain, Zoe Anderson, Kayrene Harrison, Mary Louise Eken- berg, Betty Kinman. SECOND ROW: Reba Short, Linda Schmitz, Joy Anderson, Jini Druliner, Judy Butler. TOP ROW: Barbara Heintz, Terry Turner, Daphne Rawles, Patty Rea, Judy McElroy Patty Jo Peters. A Song Leaders in action. S110 Chamberlain Patti Campell Terry Armstrong Bonnie Adair Susan McCombs Sue Moyer -81- ff ,K " f", V2 .jf V,',. :fy-'5f: V',, ,gen i a l -' , ., 1 . A7 ' M K 1 1 K f fy uf, rf f,-f, ,f.,, ,N ,,,. V ,,,f- ,, H 1 1 y , 9, AM, ,V 5 A ff , V. ,ri X 2 4 , , f N, f ,V , , , Y f 5 f z f f 6 e , I ' , f A f 2 N , , q 'V 1 f ,,,,, I -ff,f,.f , , Wqyirwpw W 4 H W f f ...,f'Qg ,f fi fx 7' ' - o M' aww? 5 e e l ' ' -Q f , :VC , V . 5 4 f 7 e , ., ,,Qs'41g"f jigifrf :,.,i.,f.'ff,fff41-ff W V f Q fl , ff' ' ' , f ff ff f 2 , ' ., . i , ,f ygyfk-I f , , A6 in 5 , ... f f W 5 ,jj rv .L 4: , Q , JM f I -7 f V, ,ya Q I , V. fy ' I ,, .dw new ' 2 ' f"' f fe ' ' , Nw, "7 X . My V , , ,,,, K W' ,,g. ,,, , A 4 ,,., V V ,V Vh VV ,Q V, 3 ' f , , f . I f -f H - ' 2iyn,,.,g,, ' , Wifi 77' 2 f Q,-UV, 7, ,Q , , , Ziff' 7 f , Q J 2, My ' f' ' 2' f , fffffq 1 , ff fy ,,, , , fx-fx? X X f " "Wi:-1' A rpfilfi'-' f ,, :f.', f , '- V 1' , V 4 vffivfw - ,w,vf,,.,w, ' , .5 f- I' 41 K- 7 , I X , N L, 5' ,. M X f , .,,,1, H ,, iw ,!, f ,M V, ' Ulf," wg., ,, 4 f uw- , -M I , ,fn " , ' x YPNN' " '7 2" " "f " ' ' ,, 22 V7 ' 47, , V 1' Af ' 1 5 'M 'f ,, , ,f 3 Q f V7 4, V 4 , I x .ry , fl, My ra., , MW: ,A V Of, ZH' .WV , hr , , 7 Z ,,, Y V LEFT TO RIGHT: Joyce Aguiar, Pat Myers, Coleen Harkins, Pat Enoch A - ,V ??'Mz H y - ,' 4 1 f f ' ,-,,,,.: gm 4 ,,e,. ,, ,S ,W V, W, ,. f i, . "UR ,, fine- K, , mg ' ff .5 , Xxffmff " ""'f4f.A:2f ff 1341+ Tanya Moton and Dana Newell - - PEP CLUB FRONT ROW: Patti Campbell, Sheryl Hansen, Molly Welch, Judy Reitzell, Leah Fae Mc- Gee, Zoe Anderson, Betty Kinman. SECOND ROW: Betty Whitney, Susan McCombs, Valerie Crawford, Jeanne Richardson, Reba Short, Kayrene Harrison. THIRD ROW: Sheila Lundeen, Sue Waterhouse, Sue Taylor, Joan Mayfield, Daphne Rawles, Judy Chamberlain, Patty Jo Peters. FOURTH ROW: Martha Thompson, Rose Mary Allen, Janice Teicheira, Peggy Miller, El- lamae Parker, Judy McElroy, Patti Rea. FIFTH ROW: Linda Schmitz, Lewayne Ponsonby, Beth Munday, Donna Bull, Joellyn Wise, Susan Swain, Renee Thornhill, Susan Daut. SIXTH ROW: Patti Druliner, Lyn Dawes, Karen Philbrick, Judy Bartolomei, Karen Reisch- man, Maureen Berman, Virginia Pendleton, Kathy Fitch, Linda Challand, Elizabeth Poulos, Pat Buxton. Judy Chamberlain, goal committee, Virginia Pendleton, secretary, Molly Welch, president, Judy Reitzell, treasurer, Patti Druliner, rally commissioner, Mrs. Ida Middleton, adviser. -QQ- UKI HI ANNUAL STAFF 499 is X BOTTOM ROW: Sylvia Petersen, Phyllis Rawles, .Judy Bailey, Maureen Berman, Mary Beard, Kathy Henrichs, Marva Romer, Martha McKinney, Mary Truitt. SECOND ROW: Ron Lemmerz, Maurine Thunen, Mikell Tidd, Doris Almon, Karen Reisch- man, Valerie Crawford, Lois Crawford, Betty Whitney, Mr. Lyle Thunen. TOP ROW: Mike Jordan, Nield Mercer, Warren Davina, Ken Brunner, John Todd, Paul Jensen, Barry Tumer, Myron Remington. This year's annual was edited by Nield Mercer, under whose direction we have strived to bring you the best annual ever produced in this school. Faculty advisers were Robert E. Sondergard and Lyle Thunen. Staff members not appearing in the picture were Pat Amadio, Deanna Burns, Suzanne Butt, Donna Dobbins, Allen Johnson, Bob Lane, Bob Mounkes, Jay Neal, Jeanne Richardson, Georgia Seward, and Noel Stoughton. Credit should be given to Myron Remington and Allen Johnson who assisted Mr. Wayne Robinson with the photo- graphy. The staff has enjoyed bringing this annual to you, and we hope you will enjoy read- ing it. - 84 - FRONT ROW: Nancy Foster, Sylvia Corner. SECOND ROW: Lilli-Ann Maize, Barbara Heatherly, Frances Haydon. BACK ROW: Robert Mounkes, Mrs. Beaufort, Ricky Hooker, Johnny Edgar. if 2 B ixfifi! ADVISER: Mrs. Beaufort. EDITOR: Barbara Heatherly -g5- BOTTOM ROW: Mack Watts, Johnny Edgar, Ed Graziano, Max Purcell, Jim Walton, Tony Chess, Barry Turner. SECOND ROW: Leroy Broyles, Johnny Miller, Carl Fowler, Jim DeWitt, James Miller, Joe Brush, Noel Stoughton, Dan McCracken. TOP ROW: Arvin Reed, Bill Hook, Jim Robertson, David Aho, Joe Myers, Jim Whitaker, Charles Smith, Fred Scaife. BLOCK U This year's Block U Society at Ukiahi, comprising 31 members, had a very active sea- son under the direction of adviser Bill Tatum. The organization donated S200 toward the purchase of the new football scoreboard at Anton Stadium and contributed S550 to the Ful- kerson Scholarship Fund. The Block U raised this money from the sale of programs at foot- ball and basketball games and from the annual Block U Boxing Night, at which 14 exciting bouts were presented. Other activities of the Block U included two banquets, one in the fall and one in the spring, a ski trip to Soda Springs, and trips for senior athletes to collegiate and professional football, basketball, and track events. -86- Dan McCracken at Block U Football Banquetg Char- Arvin Reed presides at Banquet. lie Howard and guest in background. Glenn Erickson shares a joke with president Reed. Referee Bill Tatum counts over Loren Stipe in Block U box- Jim Reid and Ed Graziano watch Bill Hook lleftl and Joe ing programg Gary Smith looks on. Myers battle it out in last bout of Block U Boxing Night. x ' '11 .A.A. FRONT ROW: Sue Chamberlain, Carol Feliz, Brenda Hall, Penny Thatcher, Linda Hinds, Kayrene Harrison, Judy Chamberlain, Mary Louise Ekenberg, Betty Kinman, Margaret Nichols, Molly Welch, Terry Armstrong, Martha Knight. SECOND ROW: Judy Carpenter, Rava Holloway, Lynn Mitchell, Sheila Lundeen, Sue Brown, Donna Bull, Reba Short, Leah McGee, Joy Anderson, Joan Mayfield, Linda Sch- mitz, Peggy Gwin Harmon, Patty Rea, Edna Hays, Daphne Rawles, Judy Reitzell, Judy Mc- Elroy, Zoe Anderson, Cheri Hay, Sharon Ross. THIRD ROW: Susan McCombs, Kathy Fitch, Janice Wright, Beth Munday, Sharon Young, Barbara Towne, Doris Almon, Lois Crawford, Judy Bartolomei, Pat Buxton. FOURTH ROW: Maurine Thunen, Judy Bailey, Sue Taylor, Janice Teicheira, Delilah But- terfield, Martha Thompson, Maureen Berman, Rose Mary Allen, Carolyn Elmer, Jeanne Richardson, Mikell Tidd, Sheryl Hansen, Valerie Crawford. FIFTH ROW: Shirley Bare, Frances Bogner, Linda Johnson, Karen Quick, Joellyn Wise, Barbara Lane, Betty Whitney, Nancy Foster, Margaret Frohn, Virginia Pendleton, Phyllis Rawles, Elizabeth Poulos. -33- .A.A. OFFICER FRONT ROW: Zoe Anderson, Secretary, Joy Anderson, Publicity Manager. BACK ROW: Valerie Crawford, President, Lois Crawford, Vice President, Martha Thompson, Treasurer. FP AR LI REPRESENTATIVES FRONT ROW: Susan McCombs, Treasurer: Cathie Sulli van, Secretary, Judy Perry, Publicity Manager. BACK ROW: Judy Reitzell, Vice President: Valerie Craw ford, President. LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Ross, Fresh- man, Donna Bull, Sophomoreg Joan May- field, Juniorg Betty Whitney, Senior. -89- 1957 FOOTBALL QUEEN Sheryl Hansen QUEEN'S CQURT Judy Bailey , if NK. Ginny Thatcher Pat Druliner pg Betty Whitney y f FRONT ROW: Sherry Weston, Sharon King, Patty Miller, Judi Nichols, Kathy Henrichs, Carole Crabtree, Rose Marie Long, Gale Murray, Shirley Fortner, Arlene Naumarm, Betty Kinman. SECOND ROW: June Finney, Linda Hooper, Margie Ritchey, Ruth Alexander, Sally Sta- ter, Barbara Heatherly, Judith Anderson, Nancy Brister, Dolores Johnson. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Quigley, Mary Beard, Judy Bums, Dorothy Abbott, Sharon Aron- son, Cathy Hooper, Judy Bailey, Patricia Levy. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Lang, Virginia Bradford, Sherry Limpert, Karen Philbrick, Mar- garet Frohn, Frances E. Miller, Charlotte Hook, Suzanne Butt. FIFTH ROW: Donna Dobbins, Deanna Bums, Ann Hickman, Elma Hobbie, Barbara Burg- er, Shirley Coughlin, Georgia Seward, Janice Wright. SIXTH ROW: Kennadene Howard, Rachel Pinnell, Norma Hughs, Coleen Harkins, Imo- gene Carr, Harriette Donaldson, Juanita Clark. SEVENTH ROW: Pam Radcliffe, Karren Lane, Maurine Thunen, Jane Oman, Barbara Levy, Doris Fister, Patti Brown, Carolyn Elmer. EIGHTH ROW: Katie Johnson, Katherine Shanyfelt, Delilah Butterfield, Goldie Ricetti, Jan Tindall, Sylvia Petersen, Rava Holloway. Advisers: Lyle Thunen, Ben Farmer. COMMERCIAL CLUB loway, Kathy Shanyfelt, Sharon Aronson, Rava SECOND ROW: Suzanne Butt, Judy Bail- Holloway, Frances E. Miller, Becky Schnei- ey, Sylvia Petersen, Karen Philbrick. der, Mary Beard. , S F P A R L I L N G O F 0 F F I F C I E C R E S R S -92- KEY CLUB FRONT ROW: John Carmichael, Doug Gardner, Ken Branson, Tom Lawrence, Jeff Beck. MIDDLE ROW: Barry Turner, Jay Neal, Henry Wolny, Clifford Beck, Bob Mounkes, Jer- ald Mason, Wayne Olhiser, Dick Bennett. BACK ROW: Mr. Ruben Beseda, Marvin Tucker, Warren Davina, Dan McCracken, Igor Zbitnoff, Dave Maxwell, Nield Mercer. fgx FRONT ROW: Jay Neal, Senior Director, Dave Maxwell, Sopho- more Directorg Jerald Mason, Junior Director. BACK ROW: Barry Tumer, Vice-President, Bob Mounkes, Pres- identg Henry Wolny, Treasurer, Dick Bennett, Secretary. -93- CALIFOR IA CHOLAR HIP FEDERATIO 2 fm, ,y . 'VMTN FALL SEMESTER FRONT ROW: Loretta Reed, Barbara Potter, Maxine Jensen, Sharon Young, Maureen Ber- man, Susan Swain, Sharon Johnson, Peggy Miller. BACK ROW: Myron Remington, Advisor Mrs. Hovey, Nield Mercer, Karen Johnson, Bill Beaufort, Jean Bartlett, Joe Brush, Betty Whitney, Jerry Clough, Virginia Bechtol, Igor Zbitnoff, Dick Bennett, Pat Druliner, Don Jameson, Clifford Beck, Tom Berg. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Robin Fleming, Ann Hickman, David Maxwell, Sue Tay- lor, Ann Quan. l ADVISOR AND FALL OFFICERS Igor Zbitnoff, President, Betty Whitney, Secretary, Myron Reming- ton, Treasurerg Mrs. Hovey, Advisor, Clifford Beck, Vice President. -94- The C.S.F. participated in several import- ant activities. A breakfast was held at the Pal- ace Hotel where membership pins were awarded. A successful coffee hour was also given for the teachers while members took over their classes. A booth was operated at the Student Body Car- nival as a money-raising project. Betty Whitney was sponsored by the club as their candidate for Football Queen. Towards the end of the semes- ter, several delegates represented the Ukiah Chapter of C. S. F. at the District Conference which was held in Napa. Clifford Beck, Vice-President, Maureen Berman, Treasurer, Joe Brush, President, Loretta Reed, Se- cretary. z I JUNIORS AND SENIORS FRONT ROW: Pat Buxton, Mary Truitt, Maurine Thunen, Betty Whitney, Maureen Ber- man, Pat Druliner, Karen Johnson, Melba Tingley, Virginia Bechtol. BACK ROW: Maxine Jensen, Clifford Beck, Bill Beaufort, Myron Remington, Joe Brush, Nield Mercer, Igor Zbitnoff, Allen Johnson, Woodrow White, Dick Bennett, Don Jameson, Tom Berg, Elizabeth Poulos, Adviser Mrs. Hovey. NOT PICTURED: Molly Welch. SPRING OFFICERS FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES FRONT ROW: Linda Hinds, Karen Seydel, Sandra Kussow, Susan Swain, Sharon Young, Sharon Johnson, Annie Quan, Nancy Massengill, Rosemary Allen. BACK ROW: Loretta Reed, William Cody, Don Singer, Tom Lagomarsino, Frank H. Brown, Walter Brown, David Maxwell, Kit Cleland, Tom Timar, Pat Caouette. Z TUDENT BODY PLAY HHARVEYW FRONT ROW: Barbara Towne, Mary Ann Wright, Joellyn Wise, Carol Ann Gresham, Molly Welch. BACK ROW: Bill Beaufort, Ron Parducci, Russell Brown, Director Kaj Blomquist, David Harget, Aaron Remington, David Johnson. NOT PICTURED: Virginia Thatcher. The Student Body Play, "Harvey," presented March 21, Was enjoyed completely by its entire audience. The philosophy of life presented by Elwood P. Dowd was amusing and de- lightful. The cast, under the direction of Mr. Kaj Blomquist, worked hard during the play's rehearsals and presented the play in a Very professional manner. The performance of "Harvey" was one of the best presented in the dramatic history of Ukiah High School. -96- ' 1 4 Bill Beaufort, David Johnson, Russell Brown, J oellyn Wise. J oellyn Wise and Russell Brown Carol Ann Gresham, Mary Ann Wright, David Harget, Aaron Remington. , ,E if r. I a Bill Beaufort and Barbara Towne. Play at its grand finale. - 97 - Dolores Chavez Maxine Jensen JUNIOR TALENT HOW Qc. x6 'Q WOYNQ March 12, 1958 0,64 Class of ,59 8' First Place: Dolores Chavez, singing "Make Believe" Second Place: Maxine Jensen, Creative Dancing Third Place: Sarah Lou Van Meter, Pianist "Fire Dancei' Nicky Ford, singing "I Only Have Eyes For Youl' Masters of Ceremonies: Jim Reid, Jim Whitaker Sarah Lou Van Meter Nicky 1' ord v 1 N w Marc J oanadel Thyarks Wayne Harris Johnson LQ. Y N Virginia Gail Larson Bradford ef ww 4-:,, Q' -1: fl ' G A Z V 5 Q, f , 52 J 1 , jf? Donald V Z Johnstone ii Z Z n 1 , s s 3 i l ' 99 - SENIOR CLASS PLAY """' 'W " ' ' s ' ' 'l . , , 1, , , , c I 5 - y ff' I 5 , S E .. S W fa in-.... CAST: STANDING: Joe Caballero, John Todd, Jay Neal, Dan McCracken, Betty Whitney, Igor Zbitnoff. SEATED: Dewitt Gilbreth, Molly Welch, Martha McKinney, Bob Mounkes, Maureen Ber- man, Mikell Tidd, Judy Reitzell. THE MOON'S STILL YELLOW This year the senior class presented "The Moon's Still Yellow" on Thursday, December 5, for the student body, and on Friday, December 6, for the general public. It was a subtle comedy, with each member of the cast playing his part to perfection. The play was a great success, mainly because of the capable directing of Mr. Hal Gal- laher. "The Moon's Still Yellow" will long be remembered by both the cast and the people who saw it. - 100 - Maureen Berman, Bob Mounkes, Molly Welch, Igor Zbitnoff and Judy Reitzell. El ,422 W il 1 D , B 4 K , 1 5 rf 3 v V QT fvj .,,...1-nv- -yn. ,. ,, a 1 4 L a -s L-'fl' jrlflvll I li, , ' sl, Y sr' ' pJl,'1'1iBi 'f Hi nl Bob Mounkes, Jay Neal, and Molly Welch. fa lil? W 4 We v ,,, .1 1 ,JW4 1 l A ll K ll sl , 353, ,J 4 '1 Martha McKinney, Maureen Berman, Bob Mounkes Mikell Tidd, John Todd, Molly Welch, Jay Neal and Judy Reitzell. , J, 'avr-' , U af I-2" 4, FRONT ROW: Platoon Commander, 2nd Lt. Lavern Hilton, Company Commander, lst Lt. on, Cpl Lawrence Fleetwood, Platoon Commander, Sgt. Stan Banks. erg Guid Z ... 2 U1 Q2 E cd '1 George Waf- Don Loftis, adets W: First Platoon fLeftJ: S.F.C. Charles Elders, C RO RST FI Beck, Ronnie Hallman. Adams, Dale ford, Bill IH Ji adets Groom, C l. Bill eyone, Neil Sanderson, Cp Ronnie L ts Cade OW: R D ON SEC Dougherty, Doug Slaven. Rhodes, Cpl. David Shrabel, SS Knight, Jam th 611119 Jackson, K Ralph adets W:C R0 IRD TH Ed Vedolla. Collins, Bill Cadets bank, Fair chard Frisbie, Jim adets Ed Austin, Ri : C QRightJ OI1 Second Plato W: FIRST RO colm Quarles. 1nru 1st Lt. mmander, mpany Co Co 1st Lt. Alvin Trippg 81' mmand : Platoon Co 3 o as 9- Z o nz in .d un Ed Puterbau d. Lt. ander, 2n IHIII uidon, Cpl. Richard Floresg Platoon Co hgG O .-4 GJ a E det Don Ca i, vate Charles Tollin Pri lder, 011 First Platoon tLeftJ: Cpl. Jack M FIRST ROW on Clark. Aar Ron Stafford, Cadet Private uf .bd CI at CD Senteney. Stipe, Sam en ern, Lor K Ile adets Allen Toal, Way : C 3 o on Q Z O O CII un Wall, Sgt. Charles Rex. GOD : Cadets Kenneth Speers, L 5 O cc Q E m e cCosker, Cadets Sgt. John Stafford, Cpl Perry M tRightJ: Platoon FIRST ROW: Second Green. mpson, Sgt. Charles ho r, Dennis T Ron Rucke dall George OO W UI' Arth r Stoep, de Van rt Robe enteney, aniel S D 1 Cadets 3 O on Q Z o o an CD l'OVCI'. G Warden, Cadet GX agsdale, Sgt. Al R 611 ses, G1 Bob Swinton, Felix Ri ts Cade OW: R IRD TH Phelps. Ken FIRST ROW: Sgt. Maj. Bob Lane, Master Sgt. Charles Green, 2nd Lt. Ed Puterbaugh, Captain George Lang, lst Lt. Alvin Tripp, 1st Lt. Bill Welch, Capt. Richard McDonald. SECOND ROW: Sgt. Charles Rex, Cadet John Rex, Cpl. Lawrence Fleetwood, Cadet George Zinn, Cadet Bob Swinton. COLOR GUARD -'X RIFLE TEAM Q I W. l lil wr, I U. V. f ., r 's 'v , Sgt. Jerry Reeves, Sgt. Pat Banks, 2nd Lt. Bill Snook, Sgt. Gary Lowell. DRILL TEAM FIRST ROW: lst Lt. Alvin Tripp. SECOND ROW: Sgt. John Stafford, Cpl. Jack Moulder, Cpl. James Bailey Cadet Ron ald Hallman. THIRD ROW: Sgt. Jim Pulliam, Cpl. Richard Flores, Cpl. Allen Toal Sgt Gary Lowell FOURTH ROW: Sgt. Gary Ceccarelli, Sgt. Terry Sanderson, Cadet Neil Sanderson Cadet Bill Lange. QDWS9 9 SHEETS -105- BILL TATUM Boxing, Golf HAL GALLAHER Swimming WILDCA T CO CHE GILBERT DALY Trampoline NORMAN WILLIAMSON "BRICK" BRALICH Crosscoumy Director of Athletics V4 'qv , ii, , , fi J f TRACK Norman Williamson Head Coach James Lytjen Fred lten MANAGERS FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: Terry Ruffridge, Pat Collins, Dan Sheets, Ernest Piccolotti. QL-Rl: Line Coach Bill Tatum, varsity, Head Coach Robert Gein, SECOND ROW: Bill Hickey, Ron Guthrie, Rickey Belcher, JV, Assistant Coach James Lytjen, JV, Head Coach Fred lten, Var- Mike Adcox, Ronald Rucker. sity. BACK ROW: Howard Chambers, Bill Thrasher, Al Langley, Bill Brakebill. NOT SHOWN: Larry Nixon. BASKETBALL BASEBALL George King, B's Robert Marsh, A's Ruben Beseda, varsity George King, JV's sv' I, 9 Jim DeWitt bulldozes under Healdsburg line as Leroy Broyles 1405 rushes in. No. 34 is Jim Reid. Joe Harlan is brought -to earth by Healdsburg defender as un identified Ukiah player converges. M P Line Coach Bill Tatum is carried off field after final game triumph over Fort Bragg. Players are Robertson, Myers, Lynch, Stipe, Stein. i 1 f V, af f- -'-if -rpwefzf-2.4-, . - -. , ,.,, 5 2 i e . we 'fi , fa y X .. f , ,fx A J f .M ,, if if P' ff f J- , - f 5? gay. ttf- K f A- A .f sf- 'ff 1 ,f- 1. f ' 111- f" "f' - ' 8 1 'R if , 'A 4 X , . V f Y ' if - - , if ,sm 4 V . . ,nf ' "Q f J 1 f ., I .af wtf ..,.. 4 f. . E, ,.., , , ., ., ,we .ff1-m- .. 5 J . Coach Fred Iten congratulates Jim Reid and Noel Stoughton after they received Most Valuable and Most Loyal Player Awards from Warren B. Wright of The Ukiah News. End Jim Robertson sets himself for long pass during Analy tilt. md Coach Iten receives the Key Club Outstanding Player Award on behalf of the absent Joe Myers. Making the presentation is Warren Davina of Key Club. V ,.,kA,l,r Y .. we , . V .eff f-f,, 2 'ff X . , f W. ,l VW XZKQ , 171 iii f' t vilffffz? WV! V X '. , A ' ,J "J f i f -' 'f , f y f ,, , f ,.,,ff,- , M M A ff f W X I is M? , f 4 J J J 52 1,1 If 'bf pf K Z, 1 ,, Q! f . aff If Qc, ' f , 1 ,ff mf, 'f f fn f 7 f f:'-iawnf' ' WM 2 5425? ,Ag A, K f fi, w F ' , ' Minn. :Fa .V .,. 74,4 , .f Zi, 1 2' ff K 217 fx "ff ' f f, . aff! ff? , ,, X, z!z,f4,'av-4 .3g. :3 gy , i f-j'Q fp' 'Vli' e Z ,V --'f ffgwgggf v . . ,fa 2 ,pg a ,, fig - WW nw f Jim Walton takes kick at Analy as Ray Crabtree comes up from behind. 1.1 .,L,z'5'-ef I 35 , 1 , H If L 1, , , , ' ' 'jf ,V', 2 fb, :ff -fa -me ffjf 'f . 'A 'ff,fffZV V ex xy X fjgffgfy f A A, ., 4, ,,,f,., I 5' f f ' f""W,, , f l , , rl' X Ukiah pass goes incomplete against Healdsburg. It hit a photographer, gzzgififeiff ia W, V: K Noel Stoughton goes down hard against Fort Bragg. Leroy Broyles runs into horde of Healdsburg men as Gary Stipe 1475 comes up to help. Noel Stoughton picks up large hunk of yardage at Petaluma. Jim Walton skirts right end for large gain versus Healdsbur -109- g. - ,V nu ' V Z f , . ' ' 4 3 .V, Ma 7 4 4 ' 1 V 4311 4 M f Q ' V, x ' I A iv , .7223 .V , - 4.4 AA" wwf V I ziifw , , V V , V 4 ,L,, , wffifwfzf fjfgffmvp 'f ,' ,,., , f,'fV'j ,,1jV','VfV: i4Qf'5g'V'f2fefVCf.y, VV V "MV 7,1 ff 4 V ,' ff'7fLf7'WV' V, -' UV", .nf "iw-Vf775VfZ2ff .L,, ,V " Jlm Robertson, E A.. , John Miller, E , A,o. , 7 , gil gi 1'f,fV'f25fQfV, -, , "' x PM ff V-V A E341 iw , ' ll Wi, 42 WA 5.1 QW hmm s..w,tV+ fi' +V '-'V .2 . f ,". 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In their second game Purcell, Fowler, War- ner, Stoughton, and John Miller led the way to a 27-6 win over Tamalpais, Napa was dynamite as they left Ukiah behind, 23-7, but Reid, Whitaker, Venturi, and Fowler looked fine for the Wildcats. Ukiah won its first two league games, 6-0 at Sonoma behind Hook, Whitaker, Myers, and Harlan, and 14-7 at Petaluma behind Stoughton, Broyles, Whitaker, Reid, Myers, Purcell, Stipe, Scaife, and James Miller. Analy beat Ukiah 13-0 but DeWitt's passing to Ro- bertson and others was outstanding. Ukiah lost the league title in their 19-13 defeat at the hands of Healdsburg, but the Cats came back to nip Fort Bragg 7-6 in the seasonls finale. DeWitt, Reid, and Walton produced all Ukiah scoring in the two games, one TD scored on Walton's 60-yard run. The bench also played abig part in the last game vic- tory,a well-earned climax for a great team. Li ,gh .alfa ,MA 45 J New Mxf T W' AQF9 A "' Mi, swf F' ,Wx ttf K ' i'3' ?.lve! , ,, , . . 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' V 1 3 , 5 , , 1 ' ' ,f 'ii' at , ev. -,ff .. ,y W , , Q?i?,,,h ., ,, I , 4,525 fs, ,, WL fi! Q ffl: v . , 4 Qc. .wwf Y U, f K 1 JJ- X'-1 -"Sl-9-Wi' fs - i g ., .,..,., ., , 1 4 Wy J' l X I fi, f.,ii ,lk i ll-K , ' S' - f 'A -' 1, X l L Q J is 1 X , f is 5 " xp?" FEW? f 1 ? Leroy Broyles, F gg, .5 1 . ,. :lf ff- F, ii in f, I 1, fl ' fi' Ha 4 yfa, ,"if?1, ,262 ,Z em Mig?" 1, f 'f 71 X Y 'S fx? QW 2- ff f 4 I , 0 1' , , a , 3 " J "-7' , ,, W Q? A 1 M 5, 4, -' fy',4!,' i 5 It-izlfzrfl' F .J , if . , . I, " S Doug Norfolk, T 1 , - 1 ' W kf m ' ' f' ' JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: John Bookout, Byron McLennan, Gary Smith, Rich Bailey, Dave Ford, Bill Groom, Leland LaMalfa, Randy Hays, Rich Hutchison, Bob Argroves. SECOND ROW: Cary Madison, Bill Miller, Pete Frey, Don Scaife, Terry Dyckman, Jerry Wallace, Bill Pierce, Ron Severson, Pete DeBernardi, Emmett Lincoln. THIRD ROW: Lewis Stanley, John Kelly, John Stafford, George Loijos, Eddie Turner, Ralph Jackson, Jerry Hunt, Dave Maxwell, Jack Franks, Ron Guthrie. FOURTH ROVV: Mike Jenkins, Doug Modrell, Gerry Boesel, Wally Kemp, Loren Stipe, Dave Christensen, George Fowler, Ernest Wheale, Doug Slaven, Charles Tollini. NOT SHOWN: Ron Barnette, Robert Myers. JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE UKIAH 0 CLOVERDALE VARSITY 26 UKIAH 13 SONOMA UKIAH 13 FORT BRAGG UKIAH 6 PETALUMA UKIAH 21 WILLITS UKIAH 6 ANALY UKIAH 12 ANDERSON VALLEY UKIAH 6 HEALDSBURG CO-CAPTAIN CO-CAPTAIN Jack Franks Dave Maxwell The green Ukiah High JV football team, with only six returning members from the 1956 team, got off to a rather poor start because of early season game cancellations. The team, under the guidance of Head Coach Robert Gein and Assistant Coach Jim Lytjen, was helped considerably by a fine running backfield, good blocking, and a consistent passing attack. The stalwart defense did a fine job also, holding several goal line stands to keep opponents' scor- ing to a minimum. Although the team was not victorious in all its games, the boys gained valuable experience, and by employing a platoon system, 31 players were made eligible for letters, 19 of whom were sophomores with chances to move up to next year's varsity. -112- SNAPS Hunt scores against FB as Guthrie leads way Franks skirts end versus Healdsburg Barnette goes down after pass catch Ffallks P11115 away fmm FB tackle' Argroves 4101 and Ford 1393 close in to stop FB gain Healdsburg stops Argroves at line as Maxwell 1411 charges in - 113 - V A an W jj.Qm.o!g' , UKIAH J0hHr1y Elaf Jim DeW1tt C C 7 7 A BASKETBALL UKIAH Cloverdale. . . . .... 30 M 54 Sonoma. . . . Ferndale ..., .... 4 0 f 43 Analy . , . . . . Cloverdale .... .... 2 5 41 Petaluma. . Healdsburg .. .. .. . .36 41 Santa Rosa.. Lakeport .. .. .. . .36 54 Novato.. .. Cloverdale. . . . .... 32 45 I-Iealdsburg Willits ...... ..... 2 6 53 Lakeport .... Novato...... ....53 68 Sonoma.... Fort Bragg. . . . ..... 49 54 Fort Bragg. . Healdsburg .... ..... 4 7 41 Analy ...... Willits ...... ..... 2 8 63 Petaluma. . . Arvin Reed Charlie Smith Jim W1-maker P A , ff: Z 4 'ww ,, 1 A 4 r , -114- .avi Ron Mattson '- 'LZ ' , 5 Q. I ' f-417:74 ip: Jim Reid Dave Maxwell i John Miller Coach Robert Marsh's 1958 Wild- cat A basketball squad had a highly successful season from every view- point. The team, led by high-scoring aces Charlie Smith, Jim Whitaker, and Johnny Edgar and defensive artists Arvin Reed and Jim DeWitt went through the season in high fashion, managing a 14-8 record, one of the best for a Ukiah team in recent years. The Wildcats finished the season in third place in the North Bay League standings with a league record of 6-4. Charles Smith, a junior, led in scoring with an amazing 283 points for a 12.9 average. But what made it more amazing was the fact that Jim Whit- aker was also in the two-hundreds with 241 and a 10.95 average and Johnny Edgar barely missed the select circle with 198 and 9.0. These three formed the best one-two-three scoring punch seen at Ukiahi in many years. Following Smith, Whitaker, and Edgar were another set of aces, not high scorers, but just as effective on the defensive side. These were Jim De- Witt t81 points and 3.9 averagel, who proved himself the most aggressive player on the team, and Arvin Reed, who hit for 134 during the season and maintained a 6.7 average. Ron Mattson Q58 pointsj, Dave Aho 1505, and Fred Miller 4255 pro- vided first-class reserve strength, while the others on the team were available and reliable when needed. 2 Dave Aho Fred Miller 1 49 19, , Jack Franks 4 ' Q -,'f 4.2, I . 'W 7? 'W f -Mgr, . f 1 ' f . -. -245 ' ,Quit f v 3 i , Q ulfl Doug Crane 1 I Graziano Britton ,i,.,....,, '01 u Hutchison J . ' Bennett FRONT ROW: Charlie Tollini, Wayne Norman, Randy Hays, Russell Brown, Dave Ford. SECOND ROW: Chris Philbrick, Eddie Graziano, Bob Britton, Jerry Clough, Pat Harmon, Louis Noyd. BACK ROW: Tom Lawrence, Rich Hutchison, Roger Tellstrom, Dick Ben- nett, Bill Kahn. "B" BASKETBALL Coach George Kings B basketball squad finished second to Analy in NBL standings for the 1957-58 season, winning 8 league games while losing just 2. Their season mark was 12-8. Eddie Graziano 1184 points and a 9.2 average5 and Bob Britton 1135 and 6.85 proved to be the team's scoring aces, but Rich Hutchison 194, 4.75, Tom Lawrence 191, 4.65, Dick Bennett 154, 2.75, and Jerry Clough 141, 3.75 also were out- standing. Dave Ford, Russ Brown, Wayne Norman, Louis Noyd, Roger Tellstrom, Randy Hays, and others showed tre- mendous promise whenever they played. ', UKIAH Cloverdale. Analy . . . . Ferndale .. Petaluma . Lakeport . . Santa Rosa ,..... . Cloverdale. Novato . . . Willits . . . . Healdsburg. . . . . . . Novato.. .. Lakeport. Fort Bragg Sonoma ....... .. Healdsburg Fort Bragg Willits ..... Analy . . . Sonoma. . .. . .. Petaluma , Noyd Ford Q . t if . 116 ig ,A , I ,V 1 X , , W A Lawrence , art, 5 T .fl Clough ,pi f ' Brown 1 X 1 ,ff Q W, f Mfvffiff Y' f Norman Whitaker puts up left handed hook min' -4 i , ffl ' ,L 24 Z t F N , . Bob Britton C201 fights for ball as Tom Lawrence f22J looks on. BA KETBALL e f : -,X ge t Jim DeWitt shot versus Healdsburg. W 5' 1 8 Q ,J e H ay mo I Arv Reed jump shoots at Healdsbmg. Ron Mattson of , 9' mxwfxk Dave Aho goes up for Vit, Eddie Graziano and Bob Britton iight tip at Petaluma- Nj for rebound against Fort Bragg. -117- Jim Whitaker makes a save. r Q . V ,'., ffvff- fl - , LEFT TO RIGHT IN WHITE: Dave Ford, Roger Tellstrom, Dick Bennett against Novato. Jack Franks Norman shoots Arvin Reed 1 I I Wayne Norman 1151 shoots at Healdsburg. Johnny Edgar lays it up at Willits. Petaluma's John Dray attempts to block two shots by Wildcat Jim Whitaker. 57:5f'5iii,'.0.f7ff77'7 1 ., -! " ' 1 'UI ,, . V'f 24..,.1': ' ff , V ' f it f'f- I :Ma 1 1 L -3 Action in B game cy M ,, Af f ? X Z ,432 ' ' ,sh ,, 1, . my . I ,M of QQ inr. n.n f J r,ff ' "'rn 1. '1-f A , ,Vf i in I SITTING: Carl Johnson, Johnny Miller, Dave Brown, Jim Walton, Jim Whitaker, Johnny Edgar, Eddie Graziano, Fred Miller. STANDING: Ralph Maize, Larry Lynch, Gary Borgna, Larry Lister, Leroy Broyles, Char- lie Smith, Joe Myers, Fred Scaife, Jim Reid. VARSITY BASEBALL The 1958 version of the Ukiah Wildcats varsity baseball team promised to be just as good and just as successful under its new coach, Ruben Beseda, as it has been the last few years under Bill Tully. Although there was an obvious shortage of left-handed batters and pitchers, the Wild- cats appeared to be ready for a winning season. Joe Myers, the Wildcats' big first baseman, supplied enough power and fielding prowess to shut out any other applicants for the first- base j-ob. Leroy Broyles held down the job of catcher because of his fine abilities and consist- ent hitting. He was backed up by another fine catching prospect, Larry Lister. Johnny Edgar, the second baseman, and Jim Whitaker, the shortstop, combined to form a very effective and consistent hitting keystone combo. Both were backed by versatile Eddie Graziano, who was able to fill in at either position. The third-base: position went to power- ful Dave Brown, a nifty fielder and a real threat at the plate. The outfield contained slugging Carl Johnson, who, on the first pitch of the season, blasted a home run at Novato in an 8-1 victory. The other outfield starters were Charlie Smith and Jim Reid, while Johnny Miller and the unused pitchers were able to take over when needed. The pitching staff was loaded, although, as mentioned before, there were no southpaws on the firing line. Ralph Maize and Gary Borgna led the way. Borgna averaged at least one strikeout per inning with the J V's in 1957, and Maize has starred for the varsity since he was a freshman. Larry Lynch and Fred Scaife rounded out the Wildcat pitching corps for coach Beseda, with Charlie Smith available for mound duty if the need arose. -119- UNIOR AR ITY BASEB LL v FRONT ROW: Terry Dyckman, Tom Lawrence, Rich Hutchison, Bob Argroves, Dave Maxwell. SECOND ROW: Doug Lance, Glen Ragsdale, Pete DeBemardi, Carl Stromberg, Doug Mo- drell, Gary Gwin, Charlie Tollini. THIRD ROW: Skip Lombard, Doug Davina, John Bookout, Leland LaMalfa, Eddie TLu'n- er, Ron Hallman. FOURTH ROW: James Rhodes, Doug Holmes, Marc Johnson, Don Connolly. An influx of freshman players and a number of incumbent sophomores provided Coach George Kingis junior varsity baseball squad with sufficient talent to carry the Wildkittens through a winning season. After an unbeaten season in 1957 under present varsity coach Ruben Beseda, the J .V.'s again appeared headed in the right direction. -120- 44.2 M M f - M- Vfyffxt .,,' 4 if ,,,.v,- 4 ,m L, 2 , 1 , A,.,A. M K M f W- wwf'f,.A.w.,fg. , ,, ' ' pl ,fi Ralph Maize winds up. ,1,.,., -1 X I I ,1 I , mf -wyisgfy, , 'if W I , ' ,, 0' ' ' ww 'K . , , , - ,- . V, -f f frm, 'Ak mfffw, . :W he : Ze M, he ,, Charlie Smith Jim Whitaker beats out infield hit. ASEBALL SNAPS ,A ,. ' - 5 S115 " ' ' V K , ' "'vPf1c.wl...ivnc , v A In. 40400 -1:ff:sa'9" ' """",3"""" 4 ,gy 1-C+ , . , A , . A , A is 'v u -b. x. Q- ' ' 0 5 . ' 3' 1 G C if , N V4-"'HiiRiHf,Q.'flf ,' x if - in ff , fffv ' 'sv yx1,fQ ' ,S Q.-,,, 45.941 ' ' ,, K, ' ,, V , -.M,,2, Q qw, ,. , , .L Ralph Maize uncorks a curve. h,,,,w'f 'lynn' ,. um. , wow- 0 , f vi , f. 'f M ' ' MM 5 , , 'I f yn? ' 31, ,J ' gn . f -fi 4: 'W H, , -1 , Q, ,72mJw,f ,Maw ' Y Joe Myers stretches for throw. Maize follows thrgugh, -121- ,WJ X X , f. .. " ' ' V 122. ,, Catcher Leroy Broyles throws man out at second base. Johnny Edgar speeds down baseline as infielders await throw Jim Whitaker crosses first base while Johnny Edgar watches ball. First baseman Joe Myers takes the throw for a putout. Leroy Broyles slams a base hit at Willits. Johnny Edgar lays down sacrifice bunt. - 122 - Wvk, FRONT ROW: Al Johnson, Gerald Mason, Barry Turner, Jerry Clough, Dave Aho, Ray Owen. BACK ROW: Ken Anderson, Mike Ellington, Ron Mattson, Bob Ryder, Tom Berg, Mike Hayes, Myron Remington. ,za-. cRoss-coUNTRY This year Ukiahi fielded its third cross-country team in its second season in North Bay League competition. Coach Norman Williamson's crew, after showing fine potential in early-season practice meets at Vallejo, Santa Rosa, and Tamalpais, journeyed to the official league meet at Tamalpais November 6. The Cats placed second to a well-balanced Tam squad, defeating Santa Rosa, Vallejo, Drake, and Napa. Their next meet, the North Coast Section competi- tion, was run on the Stanford campus at Palo Alto Nov ember 15, and Ukiah came through with flying colors. Re- man, Mark Johnson. presenting Ukiah for the first time in this particular meet, the Wildcats finished a healthy eleventh in a field of fifty schools. They also received the added satisfaction of turning in a better time than any of their league opponents. The Ukiah team was honored by meet director Forrest Jamieson of Palo Alto High School as the top first year team in the meet, and the Wildcats were given credit as having the fastest Class B size team entered. Team captain for the season was Ray Owen. Ken Anderson set an unofficial Ukiah course record in a practice run with a time of 10 minutes 48 seconds for the 1.9 miles. Earning varsity letters were seniors Ron Mattson, Ray Owen, Dave Aho, and Myron Remingtong juniors Ken Anderson, Bob Ryder, Mike Ellington, and Tom Berg, and sopho- more Mike Hayes. The prominence of juniors, sophomores, and freshman Mark Johnson on the team assure Ukiahi of a promising team for 1958. KNEELING: Gary Casteel, Bill Ham, Charlie Lovell. - STANDING: John Carmichael, Reggie Bate- -123- 1 Q 4- 1 It H 4, ' "1 w, I . 'T , , I I on A .A , V Y: ,p , , 7, ' ' ' A y. 4 , ' 1, , K. I t f J J Qt 9' , -,. ,- W...- 'af .i .4 , 1 L.. V o f 42 f v ' Q' ,Amid V.. to f " 2 , J do gi no an M W .. ',4',Q2,,? ,lv Aff' 'R iq?" IL 'f f :M , a' 5156 Q 5 00 1 , . 1 K A x .4 11 '97 P 'npr 5 5? '---wwf FRONT ROW: George Lang, David Johnson, Bob Warner, Barry Turner, Tony Chess, Bob Ryder, Paul Jensen. SECOND ROW: Doug Norfolk, Ronnie Severson, Bill Pierce, Dave Ford, Mack Watts, Bill Hook, Ken Anderson, Ron Mattson. THIRD ROW: Rodney Kruke, Bill Miller, Cary Madison, Noel Stoughton, Dan McCracken, Gerald Boesel, Bob Ross, Bill Ham. FOURTH ROW: Jim Pulliam, Ron Guthrie, Art Tracy, Eddie Greeott, Fred McAfee, Jim Mitchell, Tim Phillips, Keith Trouette. " ', TRACK The 1958 Wildcat track team appeared to be ready for as successful a season as a Ukiah team has had in the last few years. The team, guided by Head Coach James Lytjen, a for- mer track star, and aided by Fred Iten and Norman Williamson, had many great stars to feature, including tremendous Bill Hook, shot putter and discus man. Hook last year set new Ukiahi records in each of the above mentioned events, and it appeared that he would reset both and come awfully close to state marks. Other top-flight talent was presented in such stars as Ken Anderson, Barry Turner, Noel Stoughton, Tony Chess, Ron Matson, Bob Ryder, and Paul Jensen. -124- W , f 4' ' '15 if if W 9 " ' X ff f 1 I V' 5 41 'I " TRACK F1 G 'Q A Q X 1 . Q, A my ,.., I V. L, rf 4 may , ' gum? I ., X 7262 '5"': 1 "Tr W if-Ji? ' W a W x V , ,IQVV ,V ni , V? ,gf i 1 6, . K V kt may it any? ' v f fi f v f' fl. . f 4 2 W I ' "A fA' I FIRST ROW: Jerald Mason, Reggie Bateman, Ray Crabtree, Bill Brakebill, Byron McLen- nan, Ray Owen, Mike Ellington, Randy Hays, Allen Toal, Gary Smith. SECOND ROW: Bob McCaa, Charles Heatherly, Jack Pearce, Peter Frey, Ralph Jackson, Joe Caballero, Alden Hinds, Felix Riggs, Mike Adcox, Terry Sanderson, Doug Ely. THIRD ROW: Lewis Stanley, Dave Christensen, Mike Hayes, Bob Raffety, Jim Crofoot, Jerry Hunt, Tom Timar, Don Scaife, Tom Lagomarsino, Alvin Tripp. FOURTH ROW: Don Trouette, Victor Bergstrom, Ron Barnette, Bob Heffelfinger, Dean Hampton, George Weger, Roger Tellstrom, Woody White, Tom Berg, Charlie Lovell. BACK ROVV: Leslie Shank, David Murphy, Charles Youell, Don Hendrick, Allen McConnell. "C" TRACK FRONT ROW: Bill Thrasher, George Fowler, Doug Slaven, Howard Chambers. SECOND ROW: Pat Ellington, Terry Buchholz, Vernon Richey, Ronald Rucker, Steven Heady. THIRD ROW: Fred Duncan, Don Klapperich, Bill Cody, Warren Luce. - 125 - ' " f 'ff aw uw, g we f of Ron Felix Riggs fabovel and Woody White fbelowj break the tape. fQ Mattson takes first in 440-yard event. TRACK SNAP 1 1 l ..e. 1 Qi M ,R V V VWQWQQWU . R R if ,- ..'f f Q95,+' " M if 3 I? - of 4 a ,,.., o,.. ,... A 1 ,. . ffii-o , wwwv ja I If 5 A 4 is np, , 2 Bob Ryder - A M' H , , Y A M qw - 125 - . 4, A , i -, ...N -f-f-,w4d- .f"H . A Tom Berg Mike Adcox 1 iAboveJ Tony Chess wins mile event fBe1owJ Mike Hayes fzrmfreuaiafilil 1 x Felix Riggs in 1320 yard event V- Alden Hinds beats out Tom Berg in hurdles. f V Noel Stoughton Ken Anderson and Myron Reming- ton fin distancej. , roedr .rt', it , r trtt - rrto ' ' f ' f,ff . f A ',', ,'f, 2 ,jr , 1 .L . - K . '.., f . ' X We ., . -- f 5 'Y ff2',f'f7f2f'12-iywfi Y ' ,, w ' ' X "- Q-'A 'ghi Y i t 'try . . 1 'f- 17 - 52' A - - .,-1 fm ,L,L, k go, V- . V : fy ,,..f,.....wf- - ' 4- -x , . -. ,. ,.: , ,ig ,tV. , . V V W- DVAV i n E , ,V f f ,,,,,,44,4M! f- v...,..g, Q-, - V f v.,., I J Y- " kr, A g , 2: ' Wm: ' , . Q V V I , ,,,,.:,.wfm-we W, V V , V y, ' t f y ,,,, .e.,.,.,.,,..,, ,e,,,. .. ,,e, ,..,,.,, r 4? jigs Q7 wwmnnwm-un-nmM,M 7.f'M.f.r ,W .1-...t.f,..4A.w,.,.-W..,--. 4.,.......e....., - 1, , L e ,, M ,,,Y .ww git., , , I , "'!1"wrfwL-, .wwf are My 'f , , NW-" uf, "V Maw., nrvww ,.w. f ,V G '."'f ' V + "f., Af X "' ,, ' " , 1" 'tif Q V " '-1 I . .,.,, I 45 f W ff: W rj, H N ,M .f "5 K! ., I I' yr.,-, A W, .,, 4 -I . V, 1 ,, , y. .., f ,aw . g bm fi . sf ig ,V M QMW-nf ' rw W, M ,,,. ,ffl I ',y:22Z'Vif lm., , 1. "" T. W.- George Fowler steams in for "C" classification victory. Bob Ryder performs in 1320-yard event. Ray Owen moves ahead of Healdsburg runner. Mack Watts makes ready for relay hand-off from Paul Jensen FRONT ROW: Pat Damon, Corky Miller, Ernest Piccolotti, Bob Brisbon, Carolyn Foutz, Ann Morris, Donna Bull, Mary Lou Lindsey, Pat Bass, Ron Close, Don Trouette, Barbara Towne, David Harget, Ilah Knutson. BACK ROW: Tony Chess, Keith Trouette, Instructor Gilbert Daly, Dean Hampton, Gary Sater. TR MPOLI E For the second consecutive year Gilbert Daly acted as coach for the Ukiahi trampoline team. The team was unable to perform in any activity outside the school, but enough tal- ent from the freshman, sophomore, and junior classes was available to assure the school of an adequate team in the future. -128- KNEELING: Dennis Meyer, Garrison Costan, Bill Kahn, Mike Hill, Daryl McClendon. STANDING: Brooke Stephens, Joe Meyer, Chris Philbrick, Louis Noyd, David Thornton. GOLF The 1958 Ukiah Wildcat golf team, coached by Bill Tatum, looked forward to a great season with such veteran golfers as Joe Meyer, Louis Noy, Chris Philbrick, and Brooke Stephens, and promising freshmen like Dennis Meyer, Mike Hill, Garry Costan, and David Thornton. With one year's background in 1957, the team came through with a successful season in 1958. -129- BGXING HEAVYWEIGHTS: Joe Myers, Bill Hook, Jim Reid, Harvey Spencer, Larry Snoen, Gary Stipe, Dan McCracken, James Miller. 4 5 LIGHTWEIGHTS, FRONT ROW: James Bailey, Ronald Rucker, Arthur Woodall, Bill Adams, Larry Nixon, Ronald Bolger, Gary Smith, Russell Porterfield, Lee Shank. BACK ROW: Dick Parducci, Wayne Miller, Max Purcell, Barry Turner, John Hees, Eddie Graziano, Rich Bailey, Pete DeBernardi, Bob Myers, Don Scaife, Loren Stipe. -130- Larry Nixon frightl and Bill Adams go into clinch in their lightweight bout. Jim Walton irightj lunges at his opponent, Harvey Spencer. James Miller tleftj pulls away from hard right thrown by Larry Snoen. , 5f54,M,, f- ' 'fx ,.X'-Li,47'J:y , Noel Stoughton stands over his KO victim, Wayne Miller. Joe Myers Kleftj and Bill Hook slug it out in match won by Myers for championship. Dan McCracken Qrightj crashes one to the head of George Loijos. G S 'v S IE CD EETS TUMBLI G FRONT ROW: Cheri Hay, Linda Hinds, Sharon Young, Marjorie Ritchey, Darlene Thomas, Donna Bull. BACK ROW: Joanadel Thyarks, Irma Bass, Delilah Butterfield, Melba Tingley, Rose Mary Allen, Judy Perry. -lfilg- VOLLEYBALL .4 FRONT ROW: Jeanne Richardson, Sheryl Hansen, Judy Reitzell. BACK ROW: Valerie Crawford, Mikell Tidd, Carol Fel- iz, Betty Whitney. FRONT ROW: Janet Rawles, Martha Thompson, Sus- an McCombs, Kathy Fitch, Sue Waterhouse. BACK ROW: Patty Miller, Barbara Towne, Ann Mor- ris, Sue Taylor, Janice Teicheira, Donna Bull. LEFT TO RIGHT: Leah McGee, Irma Bass, Peggy Gwin Harmon, Joan Mayfield, Judy Perry. FRONT ROW: Terry Armstrong, Sandra Kussow, Shir- ley Bare, Frances Bogner, Cheri Hay, Barbara Lane, Sharon Ross, Janet Gardner. BACK ROW: Karen Quick, Penny Thatcher, Susan Walsh, Linda Johnson, Dorothy Mayfield, Joan Snyder, Charlotte Damiano, Donna Tolman. TENN S BOTTOM ROW: Judy Reitzell, Sheryl Hansen, Jeanne Richardson, Val erie Crawford. TOP ROW: Betty Whitney, Carol Feliz, Mikell Tidd. LEFT TO RIGHT: Irma Bass, Joan Mayfield, Leah McGee, Margaret Nichols, Edna Hays. -TQR TENN S 1 -4 . . f . ,H ' A f , 'I 4 . 1 K, BOTTOM ROW: Sue Taylor, Marjorie Ritchey, Susan McCombs, Sue Water house, Martha Thompson, Janet Rawles. SECOND ROW: Claudia Wilson, Dana Newell, Kathy Fitch, Ann Morris, Bar bara Towne. TOP ROW: Janice Teicheira, Sharon Young, Donna Bull, Patty Miller. BOTTOM ROW: Cheri Hay, Sandra Kussow, Sharon Ross. TOP ROW: Linda Johnson, Martha Knight, Susan Walsh. -136- BA KETBALL S E N I O R S BOTTOM ROW: Judy Reitzell, Sheryl Hansen, Jeanne Richardson, Valerie Crawford. TOP ROW: Betty Whitney, Carol Feliz, Mikell Tidd. J U N I O R S LEFT TO RIGHT: Irma Bass, Joan Mayfield, Leah McGee, Margaret Nichols, Edna Hays BA KETBALL " ff -5, 1. 5 e ,I S O P H O M O R E S BOTTOM ROW: Terry Armstrong, Sandra Kussow, Shirley Bare, Frances Bogner, Cheri Hay, Barbara Lane, Sharon Ross, Janet Gardner. TOP ROW: Karen Quick, Penny Thatcher, Susan Walsh, Linda Johnson, Dorothy May- field, Joan Snyder, Charlotte Damiano, Donna Tolman, F R E S H M E N BOTTOM ROW: Susan McCombs, Sue Taylor, Marjorie Ritchey, Sue Waterhouse, Janet Rawles, Martha Thompson. SECOND ROW: Kathy Fitch, Janice Teicheira, Sharon Young, Donna Bull, Patty Miller, TOP ROW: Dana Newell, Claudia Wilson, Barbara Towne, Ann Morris, Carolyn Foutz. -138- SNAP , In .,,,,.,.V,V . uf , I X h Xu 5 ' o Martha Thompson volleys. Liz Poulos scores. Delilah Butterfield on the mat Melba Tingley Ukiah vs. Ft. Bragg at clinic. Sue Taylor puts it over. Val Crawford C11 jumps. Sharon Young holds up Donna Bull. Cheri Hay ,Q .1 4' : K ff' Nga' Wx QQ' 10.1 ,,,. 1, VA .51 1 I , .., .. L. ' iw S 4 if ,.. f,,, - . . , zs,f Aw.. Q K I - '-.ax "f. ,-Q. ...,f-A., .1 "Ax-r4 H1 A' af' ,gggirfru .' ' T, Q,W,"-'-,A-" duixxf- ', 4 4. ' ,' v -'-"7" ' ' m. .. ,. ., "x1A.' f- ' , ,. ., ,K .,x V A, .-'x. 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' 4 2 i 3 Ki, You Can Buy at ,V ' , THATCHER'S FLORIST -jr 345 North State A Ho 2-5640 'IAQ Doris Almon and Gray Mirata RONES' Candy and Ice Cream 582 North State St. Phone HO 2-5661 Ukiah . Zenith : Hoffman : Sylvania : Emerson The Empire Pharmacy JSR yi: Ukiah's Friendly Drug Store - S l Featuring Faberge' - Tussy iv I iv A Ai' M k 710 South State Street - :I I 2 :LIEFICTB I Phone Homestead 2-5163 . . Ho 2-2200 Ukiah Callfornla asc so. STATE ST. JERRY DUVALL UKIAI-I. CALIF. Schwarm's Paint Store "Dick" Schwarm W 210 South Main Street Ukiah, California H Church and Main Sts. Ho-2-5843 Sheet Music - Record Library Musical Instruments 8 P Hi-Fi Record Players . H1-Fidelity Equipment DEALER F11'9S'C0119 STORE See and Hear at Hayes Music Ukiah, California COURT of Church 200 State Strefet Tires - Batteries - Accessories - Appliances Phone HO 2-3739 Ukiah, California Art Poma H. E. Hull. -144- John O. Wonder Mendocino Van 8: Storage Jewelry - Sterling Silver Agent Allied Van Lines Diamonds - Watches Arnold Sz Ed Bogner Ukiah California 169 Mason Street HOmestead 2-3754 MacNab's Shoes - Athletic Wear 221 North State HO 2-2767 Air-Step--Buster Brown--Roblee Davis Shoe Store 125 North State Street Phone HO 2-6138 Best Wishes from Bartlett Oil and Burner Company 309 North State Street Phone HO 2-5942 Ukiah Q Drug store STATE MARKET A prescription Fresh Meats, Fresh Produce Servlce Groceries-Frozen Foods Every Day HO 2-7511 367 North state--Ho 2-4289 114 North State Ukiah, California Con ratul t' Se i s Sew! What's New g a Ions n or KI N N EY'S FABRIC LANE Gifts of Distinction 344 North State Street Quality Fabrics - Fair Prices Ukiah, California HO 2-6793 Theatre Building Ukiah, Calif. Jack Kinney Lucile Kinney HOmestead 2-4795 TWX Ukiah 96 Redwood Auto Supply Co. Automotive and Industrial Supplies Tools and Equipment RF. "Dick" Mazzoni Owner-Manager 375 South Main Street Ukiah, Calif. State Street Cleaners 504 North State Street HO 2-5485 French-American Cleaners "Particular Work for Particular People" Master Cleaners Sz Dyers Phone HO 2-5253 110 So. School St. R. H. Jahn 195 Seminary Avenue. Ukiah California HO 2-4129 Alterations - Emergency Service Good Luck To The Class Of 1958 From THE MASON ITE CORPORATICN Ukiah Plant -146- Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 Frank Johnson and Edwin Wiemeyer Ukiah Valley Creamery "You can Whip our cream, but you can't beat our milkf' FAIR MART Uklah Taxl CO' Complete Food Center Prompt - Courteous 1005 North State Street, Ukiah, Parking Lot 190 North Main Street Congratulations to the Calif. 4, f gf-. Phone HO 2-3881 Class Of '58 Pioneer Company Furniture - Appllances 1 ,W f Fuel Oils - Propane Gas y W A rifi , .,,y or f as 245 East Standley f Photography By Don Crawford Portrait - Commercial - Weddin CABLE TELEVISION Spanish Mountain g Television Corporation Phone HO 2-5449 . ' 175 Seminary Avenue--Ukiah 107 West Church ----- Ukiah, Calif. Phone HO 2-5472 Merk Radio Sz TV Radio - TV Sales - Service RCA Victor - Philco 352 North State Street Phone HO 2-5946 FAST, RELIABLE RX SERVICE Aircraft Maintenance and Overhaul . . . St dent Instruction and Charter Medico Prescription Center , ,to.: 4 gg o4,' 3 "" is Crop Dusting 710 So. State, Ukiah A ,,...: 4 1.. .4 Spraying phone HO 2-5153 Avff- 1' "'1"""" "i' .........,. F ertilizing . Seeding EASY PARKING IN FLAVORLAND Lampson Flying Service SHOPPING CENTER Muncipal Airport, Ukiah HO 2-4527 Helena Rubenstein, Tussy, Coty, Lampson Field, Lakeport CO 3-4345 g Sz Revlon D. Watson, Manager We Operate Our Own Cleaning Plant MUSE 81 H0bbY Centre Eddington Cleaners South Highway and Lewis Lane 1205 South Highway Ukiah, California Ukiah, California PH. HO 2-3728 Phone HO 2-3362 Yi ' iff .,, f rfi iiiii 2 -i i -c i x f Best of Wishes to The Class of 58 Cafe and Donut Shop F. s. RAsco Sz co. -ay M4 50 -- 1062 -- 2542 Store d--4 ,,,,-i Two Stores to Serve You 114 W. School 120 W. Standley Real Values Tik-Tok 544 North State Street Ukiah, California -148- N, f . 1 , 1 ' Palace Paint 8a Supply j f 1322 Colors in All Finishes ,,, L1 ,l,l 1 , I ' "V' ,fx ug PLASOLUX--America's Finest Enamel 1 ' ' WILLIAM QBILLJ HOCKER 182 West Smith St. HO 2-5838 Barney's Stamp Business CITY BAKERY P. O. Box 64 Talmage, California Dealer and Supplier For The Best in Bakery Goods For All Stamp Albums and Supplies . , White Ace-Scott-Minkus Line of Albums GO to Uklah S CITY BAKERY BOY Scout Albums 111 South state HO 2-4127 "A Topic For Young And Old" We Handle All Albums Ukiah, California and Print St-amps of Ghana In Ukjah 155 Beacon Drive In Dan Cohenss The Place To Go After The Show. 85 Electric Meet The Gang At The Beacon For a 119 South Main Ukiah, California Beacon-Burger HO 2-3601 Ukiah's One-Stop Shopping Center 3-R MARKET North Highway HO 2-4131 Groceries . Fruits Produce . Meats 1 1 "Let's Get Associatedw H. C. Mathews Flying A Service 904 North State Street . HO 2-9987 Complete Lubrication Palace Beauty Shop QPalace Hotel Buildingl West Smith Street Ukiah, California NELLA TULLY, Proprietor Telephone HO 2-4471 Q- A ...,.. . . .e,l,o is 1 p pp oco c e,clfp , ,,2V.t ,, l ,,.4,,,t,c, A J 12? Remember .... t 5 9 Nw' 'o"' A p ppp p-'gg i Hudson Stag Shop We P 1' il I IW? ii H 9 .l l ' 1 l flri rllr - ,. , 4 ig: X ,f ' 'qg-,vww 2 2 9 'iii gi he ta, . "' fm if-1 ff 9 Davis Shell Service mrs ' -I.. P , an sq State 8a Henry Streets HO 2-9931 UKIAH HIGH STUDENTS KNOW THAT Dennis Heth and Linda Hayes Enjoy a Coke. -150- is '4The Pause that Refreshesn Compliments of The Mendocino Coca-Cola Bottling Company Sam R. Davina Electric 892 North State Ukiah, California Electric Heating Specialist Licensed Contractor Supplies--Appliances Phone HO 2-3939 'V Sherwin Williams Paints--Linoleum Venetian Blinds--Window Shades Asphalt Tile Venturi Sz Eckman Linoleum Shop 109 W, Perkins HO 2-3933 George Eckman Poll Parrot--TrirnTred, The Rand Shoe SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY We Give S 8z H Green Stamps Dave Spencer 266 North State St. HO 2-3166--Palace Hotel Building 1 'nf Best Wishes To The Class of '58! BERLIN'S Prescription Pharmacy 106 South State St. HO 2-3683 U. S. Kedettes - Palace Shoe Store Prescriptions--Cosmetics We Give S Sz H Green Stamps Hansen's f r' my Q? 1,55 Ukiah Furniture Co. Q. 9 -7 ' f-. ,fkl ,. f Church and School Streets f HO wi if I Ukiah, California 354 T... 1 wsgi. ' -I Everything in Music 1205 South Highway Highway House of Music Exclusive Mendocino County Dealer For Selmer, Paris, and Conn Musical Instruments. - I51 - f Johnson's Sewing Machine Center Sewing Machines Vacumn Cleaners A Repaired 362 North State HO 2-3604 Come in and see the new Necchi and Elna Sewing Machines. These new machines make designs never before possible. UKIAH AUTO PARTS 115 South State Street Ukiah, California Phone HO 2-2918 Congratulations To The Class Of '58 The Ice Burgie Jerome Studios Across From The 3-R 512 South State HO 2-8440 Hamburgers and Milkshakes 2511? Ukiah California Mr. Tully at BERMAN'S Our Congratulations To The Graduates! BERMAN'S. . .Ukiah's Finest Men's Shop Arrow Products Shirts Jackets Slacks Kuppenheimer Clothes White Stag Sportswear Emogene 8: Wembly Neckwear Swank Jewelry Paris Belts 102 North School Street - Ukiah, California -152- , . A 1 x 1 m.,,,4, 'fb


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