,..l A-4 .M p4 AQ. f fir x9,V,rg,. L School Activities of 751-'52 Q 1 M ,. TO THE STUDENTS AND STAFF 'OF WAVERLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WHO HAVE GIVEN THE PEOPLE ,OF THIS AREA A LIVING EXAMPLE OF REAL . CHARACTER' BUILDING'AND WORTH'Y LIVING -- THIS YEARBOOK IS DEDI- CATED. i E , I . H I, ,5 -FX' 2-M' .,-aa!! AMF- ' 1:1 'W' ,MV , gf iiil-:.g...:'f.,4, i.v':.w wif V , . I L Our Pride and Joy In HERE is a plan far greater than the plan you know,' There is a Alandscape broaderi 1' .rhan the one you seeg 4 , h Thereis a haven where storm? V - tossed souls may go. You call it death,+owe Im-h mortality. ' ' Anon. I Memory of 'Un Memory of , BurFold Wayne Monday, fe of Birth M ch 30, l94l Passed Awqy Fobruqfy IZ, 4952 I Servfegs in fri! B. c. Waring, at sepanchspsl . Qsfoclrfofh Qalifomip February l8, 1952 qt -I P. M. Rev. Ed Jenkins Mirlisfer Mr. Charles Wcrsham E Singer' - Interment ' - Perl: View Coniohry snnnmrsomcs I EW ..!1' ll if I ' L Our Schbbl Board --- MRS. MARIE G. VIEI A Clk MR FRED MARAGLIANO MR- RAY HILL N Soufceful-Resourcefuli i Administration i i JACK E, DASELER MARVIN MORGANTI D mc: superinzend c Vice-Principal d P p I 7 , L4 F acult MR. MARVIN MORGANTI MRS. EMILY HOUSTON 7th-Sth Grades lst Grade MR. LEON ROVETTA MRS. FRANCES GERMAIN MISS SHIRLEE SALIN1 Sth-6th Grades 3rd Grade Kindergarten xvuss MARIAN sTETsoN MRS- MARY BUCKLEY Znd Grade 4th-5th Grades Principal? Message T0 The Students The school year just completed has significance to all of you, and will long be remembered, I'm sure, by those of you who availed your.- self of the opportunity to share in the operation 'of our school-program. During the past year you have had experiences that come to very few students in the course of their career in the elementary school. ' We ' moved into a new school plant. We had school buses fbr the first time. A cafeteria was put into operation. -The school chorus gave many an op- portunity to experience groupvocaltraining. ' Our sports program gave those boys who were interested an outlet for their energy and more im- portant, an opportunity to associate with students from other schools and to 'show those qualities of good sportsmanship that are so important in later life. Our student clubs and organizations-brought our qualities of leadership in many, while the newspaper helped tell the story of' our ' school activities. The activity club did a fine job of sharingrin the re- sponsibility of caring for the school plant and in keeping our school cleaner than any I have seen. All of you who' participated in these ac- tivities may feel very proud of the fine job you have done. Probably the most important thing ypu developed from the past ex- periences is a feeling of belonging to a group that are intensely proud of their school. This feeling will grow and grow as-you continue to share in the thought that thislis your school, and th-at you alone can determine what type of a school it will be. I am already looking-forward-to another year of building and im- proving not only facilities, but students. The most gratifying reward any of us can receive from our work with you, is to see those qualities that make an outstanding citizen blossom forth from all of-you. Sincerely, 10th - 12th - 28th - 6th - 13th - 27th - 28th - 9th - 13th - 22-23 29th - 4th - 7th - llth - 13th - 17th - lst - 4th - 11th - 19th - 24th - -24th - 28-30 lst - l st - Sth - 7th - 8th - 15th - 15th - 26th - 27th - 'School Calendar SEPTEMBER School opens. ' 248 students. Rusher elected student body president. Both teams beat Linden in touch football.. OCTOBER Tracy downs us in both touch foot- ball games. h Lightweights tie - Heavyweights lose ' to Montezuma. ' Both teams lose to Davis. Continuous paper drive launched by student body. NOVEMBER Rams' wallop Lincoln - both' games. New school dedicated. Dr. Simpson and Mr. Williams present. Thanksgiving vacation. Teachers' Association has buffetj Chorus entertains. I DECEMBER Parents' Club card party. Basketball opener with Montezuma A's win, but the B's lose. Chorus serenades neighboring schools with Christmas carols. Potluck supper'- Christmas program. Well attended. ' Christmas vacation beginsi JANUARY Last day of vacationl Chartville trips A's, our B's murder 'eml Tracy takes both games. Escalon does likewise! A's scrimmage at Franklin' High. Chorus serenades Mr. Williams at courthouse. Q Teachers go to schoql. FEBRUARY Tracy does it again! School cafeteria opens. A's and B's both take Linden. ' Girl violinist performs in our first school assembly programL I Revenge is sweet. We win both games from Montezuma. ' - Ripon wins two. B's game very close! Parents' Club card party. Linden visits us and gets taken twice. School pictures. lst. 4th 8th 14th 20th 27th 3 rd 4th 7-11 1 6th 2 6th 2nd v--- 3rd 7th mn 17th 19th 2 6th 4th 6th 9 th lst 8th MARCH Manteca too much for us. B's win from Jefferson.- A's climax basketball season by winning Linden Tournament. ' Montezuma brings assembly pro- gram to us. 8th grade trip' to Sacramento. Duo-magicians perform at school assembly. APRIL - Mr. Eddie, of the county office con- ducts atomic safety drills. Greenwood defeats both girls and boys on the diamond. Easter Vacation. ' Marimba player - assembly. Track teams to Lindenl Alvin Midgette ties for high points. E MAY Montezuma takes us in baseball. Parents 'pitch in to erect carnival boothsl , Shirley Langford Carnival Queen, Wilma Bindi runner-up. Collegeville loses to us in baseball. School Carnival and Junior Olympics Track Meet. Ripon wins three divisions. Waverly A girls triumph. ' ' Dr. Werner from C. O. P. to speak at graduation. We begin swimming at Oak Park. , , JUNE . Mike Palladinqelected Student Body President. s Graduation program. Last day of school. Swimming and picnic at Oak Park. 276 -students in school. JULY Summer session opens. 167 students from 10 school districts. ' I AUGUST - Summer session ends. Office Staff R Efficienc Plus 152.25574 I I V .!.v5vL.1i,.UgZ OFFICE STAFF Our office staff was organized this year to care for the office throughout the school day. Each girl served for one period per day in answering the telephone, taking messages, keeping the of- fice clean and neat, and in gaining experience in office practice. Anyone who called the school knows how well these girls performed their job . . . courteous, polite, well-rnannered. A real credit to Waverly School. FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Marjorie Peralta, Wilma Bindi, Joy Tinsley. Margaret T0mLinS0l1. Margaret Pruden, Jodeanne Savio, Evelyn Leonard, Georgia Horsley. BACK ROW: Marilyn Kuster, Madalyn Machado, Geneva Beasley, Juanita McClean, Sherry Beeler, Irene Hardin, Shirley Langford, Pomposa Codog. Elaine O'Neil. O 6 The Council .... V STUDENT COUNCIL Student body officers and representatives from. the intermediate and upper grades comprised the Waverly School Student Council. This group worked with their advisor, Mr. Daseler, in planning activities for the student body. A The Student Council was an excellent example of Democracy in Action, and have guided our student body through an interesting and success ful year. Ol l I I ce of the Students , w W 7 ,I e W FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Jodeanne Savio, Dennis Gulick, Maria Augello, Billy Tinsley, Richard I Barnettj Jerry Rusher, Joy Tinsley. BACK ROW: Jimmy Trantham, Frances Augello, Sherry Beeler, Richard Benetiz.,' Gary Dirksen. Sherry Joan Beeler Richard Gene Benetiz Office Staff Girls' Softball Activity Club Student Council Newspaper Staff Cheerleader Edith Irene Ha rdin Our Graduates i l Wilma Agnes Bindi Gary Lee Dirksen m' Office Staff Block W Editgr - Newspaper Newspaper Staff Newspaper Staff Sergeant at A1-m5 Girls' Softball Assistant Projectionist pl-ojecgionist Activity Club Safety Patrol Vice-President of Student Body Willis Herman Huddleston Ouida Nell Hewitt Frank Lee Kennedy Offifle Staff Block W Office Staff Block W Chorus . 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' FOURTH ROW: Huddleston, Georgia Horsley. FIFTH ROW: Beasley, Shirley Langford, Jimmy Trantham. Tom McClean, Ouida Hewitt, Walter Emery, Evelyn Leonard, Madalyn Machado, Ken Savio, Irene Hardin, Richard Benetiz, Marjorie Peralta, Jerry Rusher, Willis Cora Lee Palladino, Juanita McClean, Mike Palladino, Sherry Beeler, Geneva Will We Ever Forget--- -. .sf ' j?i?mr..s-7:53, L, I L-ilk I' 1 Q...-9 . WELL, ALMOST EVERYONE'S BUSY! I HEAGER BEAVERSU ' zf Evil' m uw' mu ' ' 1 15 TL 41' : 4'-YWR, . ww ' iff'- W X , , , V f , W ir, , . ,. ,X . V .1 ' ' ' ' '- . ,. . . 4 ,, ,N P . 1: 'I-X r. ! .- , . ' sox-xooi.. YELL LEADBRXS WERE com LEE PALLADINO AND sx-many PLAYGROUND ACTIVITIES BE1-:1..nn. ,avi ,Ib Hey, get off the lavim! JOHN PEREZ. HARD AT WORK s 5 I ' rr. T 'Sf I I- - , -.f- , 'V Pl, 1f:fl.'.W.mI'.i 4 'ip ' 4 lr ,N J J ,Qi Ja X A it 1 5th .,., , ,.f . Q-Q L. 'H ,gf . -Q st, l J 'Q' 'HV rf- w- 4 'I . - 42-1 . . '51, :ia S ax' lr ' if l 5 ' EEF' lg A Q amy, A. ,fl 1. 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I Richard Barnett, Everett Blakely, Lorraine Costomanga, Charles Kissee, Ralph Batie, Wayne Owens, Billy Tinsley. Joe Trull, Clifton Moorman, Frances Perez, Vincent Augello, Earthle Midgette, Vedora Monroe, Sam Nash. f Franklin Horton, Joy Guynes, Lupe Perez, Jimmie Guynes, Gary Scott, Nina Suetos, Eugene Tomlinson. Ray Eddings, Carmen Codog, Patsy Rusher, Jean Peralta, Frances Augello, Gale Bascomb, Peggy O'Neil, Gina Bindi. In Happ Reminiscence ' f J . ' ' - L fj-A f',:gi:j', q ., 4. ,-5 1 , Y : uw u H' ' J' Z: '. - , WV-, Y, ' , 5 :g.,'1,- w 5 .' Y ,. 5 3 , f' Y Q ' WHAT WAS THAT-3 MAGAZINE SALES AWARDS CLIFTON MOORMAN-3RD, JOHN CASTILLOU-IST, WALTER FENLEY-2nd GIGGLE, GIGGLE! LILY BOOTH, JUDY MARAGLIANO, MARGARET JACOB 'QUIT LOOKING AT THE CAMERA! ...p mmm:-1,-I-1., V au' TOP ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: FOURTH ROW: FIFTH ROW: SIXTH ROW: 4th and Sth Grades Left to Right: Martha Jenkins, Hugh Hamer, Rosalee Sousa, Elwin Shannon, Clifford Fregien, Douglas Codog, Cora Fiji. 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SECOND ROW: Sally Finck, Dwight Harford, Pat Owens, Janice Johnson, Carl Samuelson, Ronnie Chappel, Francis Boggiano. THIRD ROW: Diana Kastell, Bill Meneguzzi, Diana. Hammerstrom, Jerry Burt, John Tait, Effie Gallion, Andrea Armanino. FOURTH ROW: Steve Clements, Lonnie Mead, Cherry Watters, Scott Appleton, Brenda Guilick, Betty Jo Tunnell, Judy Savio. FIFTH ROW: Viola Winters, Roy Lane, Gary Johnson, Robert Thompson, Mike Heim. 26 , ' f -S dl lf'-, H,i-'51 , WH? f E f . , hi. iff. 1512! - .EU .,, qffgp. 55' if An: eiqlp tu. . in ,VER ' v x J' fl gli k,s'f..jf. 4 .j FQ ram Underclassmen i 1 I 1 . - LQQIQQIEE I A 'I A VISIT TO THE FIRE HOUSE MY TURN NEXT! A MICHAEL TERRY, RITA CORTOPASS1, BETTY DAVIS, ELIZABETH VALLEN, DANIEL MONTION, GRACE KINDERGARTEN CLASS LINES UP WITH WRIGHT, PAULA FLEENER. THEIR LOOT - EASTER EGG HUNT. MR. SALINI EXPLAINS ALL RICKEY SACCONE Elementary School Open House Tuesday, November 13, 1951 DEDICATION - - 2:30 P.M. OPEN HOUSE - - 7 - 9 P.M. l n -A9 Our School Is Dedicated Waverly Dedication and DR. ROY E. SIMPSON State Superintendent of Public Instruction Invocation..- .... ..-..--.....,-.. ...... ..--......--.Father Nazareo Miasano ' St. Michael's Church Waverly School Chorus ,....,... ............. .. --.. Faitb of Our Fathers Miss Marian Stetson, Director Presentation of Flags ..... -.--.. ..... - .... e------..-..------ ..... .Flag Salute Carl Griffin, Past Cmdr. V.F.W. Luneta Post No. 52, Stockton. Flags donated by Auxiliary, V.F.W. Post S2 Introduction of Trustees ..... ....---.---....Mrs. Marie G. Vieira, Clerk Introduction of Guests of Honor-----.---........-Jack E. Daseler District Superintendent Introduction of Guest Speaker-----.......---Mr. John R. Williams County Superintendent of Schools Dedication Acldress.--..----..--------.......---uDr. Roy E. Simpson Superintendent of Public Instruction, State of California Waverly School Chorus...-.u..--................. My Own America Miss Marian Stetson, Director Sounding of Original Waverly School Bell to signify end of dedi- cation and beginning of Open House JOHN R. WILLIAMS C o unty Superintendent of Schools N , xwl' .I f . . ,, 5 b ' 4 'UZ Y Y ' .1 --1.4 -. School Cafeteria Hazel White poses while Jerry March dis- poses and cafeteria helper Jerry Rusher looks on. Our school cafeteria began operation on February 1, 195.4 with Mrs. Taylor as head cook and Mrs. O'Neil and Mrs. Johnson assisting. Financial assistance is given through the state and federal government, and surplus foods are made available to us at less than cost. Tables and benches fold down from the wall. Here the seventh and eighth grades are enjoying their hot lunch. Caught with kitchen duty! Safety Patrol ' 1' --vlfif!f5fi,,.sfsif., ' mia. fr. w wgMsiissgiegsutlssef' , ' J- 1 - Y Q.. figs Twxisz - , Egggwrgagggilzis- . Q, WH 1, ,i 1 Y V- . 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Traffic boys provided a real service in assisting the bus drivers in maintaining order on the bus and in helping children across the highways and in and out of the bus. SCHOOL CHORUS Miss Stetson molded a group of inexperi- enced singers into a fine sounding chorus. Trips were made to the neighboring schools be- fore Christmas to sing carols. Mr. Williams was given a special serenade upon his return to work from an absence due to illness. PARENTS' CLUB Headed by Mrs. Don O'Neil, the Parents' Club actively supported the school through ac- cepting the responsibility for paying the cost of equipping the school cafeteria. Their help has been a real contribution to the school. Parents Club PAPER STAFF Richard Benetiz, as Editor, aided by their advisor, Mr. Morganti, succeeded in publish- ing regularly a popular publication, Waverly Waves . Pictured are: Jodeanne Savio, Richard Benetiz, Gary Dirksen, Eddie Monroe, and staff artist, Tom McLain. Paper Staff 'A 1 I VV. . L. ' ' 'ua .ya V 9 For All Good Times Together I fl 5 ll - I I ,!, P l .J Lining up past Mr. Rovetta to check our names on the lunch list. Elaine O'Neil pastes a star on the Waverly Clean Plate Club list. Enjoying our lunch. Sa It with a Movie, Richard Benctiz and Gary Dirksen, our school projectionists, Must have been 3 good picture! A candid shot taken during enjoying their work at the weekly evening school movie. the evening weekly movie, l Athletics Six-Man Football Team HEAVYWEIGHT TEAM LIGHTWEIQHT TEAM Backs: Willis Huddelston, Richard Benetiz, Alvin Midgette. Backs: Joe TTUU-I Vincent A'-IBSHO. RiCh21I'd Bilrnelt Line: Tom McLain, Gary Dirksen, Ken Savio. Line: Walter Fenley, Eddie Monroe, Charles Kxssee Waverly Waverly A Waverly Waverly Waverly RESERVES Backs: Jerry Rusher, Jimmy Trantham. - Line! Frank Kennedy, Wayne Owens, Dennis Gulick. ,Football Schedule Heavyweights 20 Linden 12 Tracy 6 Montezuma 12 Davis 14 Lincoln Waverly Waverly Wavverly Waverly Waverly 1 Z1 Lightweights 8 Linden 0 Tracy 7 Montezuma 0 Davis 13 Lincoln O Tournament Front Row: Basketball Heafv weight Squad Winners of the First Annual Linden High School Basketball Tournament for Elementary Schools are the Waverly Heavyweights. Back Row: Richard Benetiz, Willis Huddelston, Ken Savio, Coach Morganti mtm: Tom McLain, Gary Dirksen, Frank Kennedy, Alvin Midgette, Lightweight Squad' Q-fi, Mike Palladinu, Eiidie Monroe, Charles Kissee, Dennis Gulick. Back Row: Jimmy Trantham, Danny Renner, Coach Daseler. Wayne Owens . Billy Tinsley, Vincent Augello, Richard Barnett, Walter Fenley, Winners llaj 'K fp, : W 0 1952 S prmg Sports Our girls' softball team wearing their new caps and pinnies funiformsj purchased by student body. , -:4y,ii',,! T Miss Stetson's second grade swimming at Oak Park. The race of the year--Alvin beats Earthlel Elaine D'Neil prepares to throw the softball in the class A girls' division. I On The Diamond Alvin swins and misses during the Greenwood game. ,, 4 -1 Greenwood girls sco e About to get 21 hit! Spring Sports Review Ogur- spring sports consisted of baseball and track in the field. of competitive sports, and swimming during the last weeksmof school when the Oak Park pool opened High lightsof the spring sports' season included a victory by our class A girls in our first annual Junior Olympics, and the tie for high point honors won by Alvin Midgette in the Linden Young Farmers' track meet. Mr. Rovetta did a fine job with the track team, while Mr. Morganti handled the boys' baseball and Mr. Daseler the girls' softball. Good sportsmanship has always been insisted upon, and continued throughout the- spring sports' season. Sport Flashes Dirksen pleads with Alvin to throw him the ball from out of bounds Returning from the Linden High Tournament .... .Championsl . Top: Walter Fenley goes up against a Davis player in Linde Tournament. Bottom: Our lightweight iive dump Linden at the tournamen BASKE TBALL SC ORES Heavyweights Lightweights Waverly 10 Chartville 15 Waverly Z4 Chartville Waverly 13 Montezuma 9 Waverly' Montezuma Waverly 7 Tracy ZZ Waverly' Tracy Waverly 17 Linden 6 Waverly Linden Waverly 12 Escalon 17 Waverly Escalon Waverly 7 Tracy - Z9 Waverly Tracy waveriy 12 Ripon 32 Waverly Ripon Waverly Z0 Linden 8 Waverly Linden Waverly 2. Manteca 41 Waverly Manteca Waverly 2.0 Davis 4 Waverly Linden Waverly 14 Chartville 10 Considering that this was the first year for organized athletics at Waverly, our boys did very well. We managed to give a few of the larger schools a scare in spite of our inexperience, and most of the time managed to win from the schools our size. Next season our teams should really give a fine account of themselves, now that they have had a year of experience behind them. No heavyweights return, however, all but one of the B's will be back for more competition in '52 and '53. ' Transportation- - '.- :- W, For the first time, students at Waverly School were offered trans- portation to school. We began the year with one bus, but by February had realized that one bus could not provide enough transportation. An average of 187 students were transported to school dailv. l' ' wx ', A 1 i Officer McCann ofthe Highway Patrol worked closely with us in setting up our bus routes, and in pioneering in San Joaquin County schools in the use of Safety Patrol boys onthe buses. Left: Officer McCann of the California Highway Patrol gives our bus the once over. Periodic inspection insures us of safe buses. Mike Palladion, Mr. Morganti, and Walter Emery load up and pre- pare to depart. Jerry Rusher, Mr. Daseler, and Alvin Midgetts by bl-15 itz- 'Carnival Queen and Runner-Up Queen Shirley Langford, Mr. T. J. Sanguinetti, and attendant, Wilma Bindi. Elected in a contest of popularity in our school, Shirley Langford was chosen to reign as Queen of our first school carnival and Junior Olympics held on May 17. Wilma Bindi as runner-up acted as the Queen's attendant. ' The Coronation Ceremony The weatherman plays a dirty trick on us and serves us wind and warm weather for our Coronation ceremony. Mr. T. J. Sanguinetti, supervisor for our area, crowned our Queen Shirley. The Parents' Club provided coz-sages and outfits for the girls. - Walter Fenlcy waits for Mr. Rovctta to call his name inthe class B high jump. ,.,',' .-l, , , v V - Alvin Midgctte goes up and over? JUNIOR OLYMPICS EVENTS A boys - 75 yard dash, Football throw, High Jump, Broad Jump, Relay. B boys - 50 yard dash, Football throw, High Jump, Broad Jump, Relay. A girls - Softball throw, Basketball toss, 50 yard dash, Relay. B girls - Softball throw, Basketball toss, 50 yard dash, Relay. WAVERLY SCHOOL JUNIOR OLYMPICS May 17, 1952 Track Class A girls gather around the scorers' table to pick up their ribbons. ' WAVERLY SCHOOL JUNIOR OLYMPICS RESULTS CLASS A - BOYS Ripon 59 points - lst Waverly Z2 points - Znd ' Live Oak 17 points - 3rd Tracy 6 points - 4th CLASS B - BOYS Ripon 67 points - lst Waverly 38 points - Znd Tracy 16 points - 3rd Live Oak 5 points - 4th CLASS A - GIRLS Waverly 36 points - Ist Tracy 32 points lRipon 32 points - me and CLASS B - GIRLS Ripon 43 points - lst Waverly 37 points - Znd Tracy 15 points - 3rd Time Is Near Mr. Rovetta makes track award presentation at student body meeting. Student body officers elected for the school year 1952-'53 are: Left to Rxghtr Vincent Augello, Treasurer: Richard Barnett, Vice- President: Mike Palladino, President: and Elaine OuNC,il' Secretary. The Waverly Elementary School studentrbod-yeorganizaition came into being in September, while we were still occupying the old building. -Jerry Rusher was elected to serve as our President, Gary Dirksen, Vice-Presidentg Joy Tinsley, Secretaryg Billy Tinsley, Treasurerg Richard Benetiz., Serg'eant at Arms. Activities of the 'student body included the Curtiss Plan for schools when they made 5140. O0 by selling magazine subscriptions. Other fund raising activities were school movies and a continuous paper drive. H Funds were used to purchase sweaters and emblems for the chorus, and athletic equipment and uniforms for the boys' and girls' teams. Each room had two representatives elected to serve on the student council, which met with the student body officers to .plan future activities. Officers elected for the year 1952-'53 were: Mike Palladino, Presidentg Richard Barnett, Vice-Presidentg Elaine O'Neil, Secretaryg Vincent Augello, 'Treasurerg and Ken Fregien, Sergeant at Arms. ' Farewell GRADUATION EXE RC ISES WAVERLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Processional . . .1 Flag Salute Star Spangled Banner . . . Class Welcome . . Bells of St. Mary's You'll Never Walk Alone, Valedictorian Address .... Introduction of Speaker . . . Youth of Today Facing ,the World of Tomorrow . Presentation of Awards. . . Presentation of. Class . . . Pre se ntation of Diploma s Green-Eyed Dragon Auld Lang Sync .... Recessional . . . 714405051 JUNE 6, 1952 ...Class of11952 . .. .. .School Chorus .Gary Dirksen, Salutatorian . . . . .- . . . .School Chorus Miss Stetson, Directing . . . . . . Richard Benetiz . . . Principal Jack Daseler ...Dr. G. A. Werner ' College of Pacific L.'.'Princ-ipal Jack Daseler . . .M. Morganti, Teacher . . . Mrs. Marie Vieira .Cler.k, School Board . . Class of 1952 . . . . Graduates The graduates will receive congratulations in the patio to the right of the multi-purpoxse room following the exercises. Graduation Class Motto Finished Yet Only Beginning stands out above the graduates during the graduation program. Graduates of the Class of 1952 - Waverly Elementary School. Awards presented at the graduation included honorable discharge awards for graduating safety patrol members. Class pins to each member oflthe class, and annual awards to the most outstanding girl and most outstanding boy graduate. 1952 awards went to Wilma Bindi and Richard Benetiz. All In A Da g vw J-11 .-r . , msg zz' 4 , ' -' R - ' 11' Iffiflv, ' 1 J- ,L . -K Another view of the chow line at our picnic in Oak Park. Cafeteria cooks and mothers help in serving food at picnic X J 1 R-H .4 Looks like the cnd ofthe line! . That food was really worth waiting for! On June 9, we had our annual school picnic in Oak Park. Through the courtesy of the Stockton Recreation District, we used the swimming pool for an all-school swim, ' and then retired' to the picnic grounds for our lunch. School buses transported the children and the Parents' Club together with the cafeteria cooks provided the refresh- ments. ' Waverly School Summer Session July 1 - August 8l, 1952. For the first year in the history of the school, the Board of Trustees established and maintained a summer session at Waverlyi Classes ' were operated in grades from kindergartenthrough eighth. The expense of the session to be paid for by state funds available for average daily attendance for special day classes. Primary grades carried out their usual program, while the, inter- mediate and upper grades adopteda departmentalized type of program. These classes had the subjects of reading, arithmetic, spelling, language arts, arts and crafts, and physical education as a part of their program. Each class was given an opportunity to participate in a swimming pro- gram at Oak Park pool. The summer session faculty consisted of the following personszv Mr. Daseler . . . Principal Miss Salini . . . Mrs. Evans '. . . Kindergarten . . . First and Second Grades Mr. Ward .... Intermediate upper Mr. Rovetta . . . Intermediate upper Mr Whitt . . . Intermediate upper Mr. Morganti . . Intermediate upper Mr McCracken .... ..... P hysical Education Attendance to pre ss . reached the I91 mark on July 16, as this book was going Ten school districts were represented by students enrolled in the summer session. VGlenwood, Greenwood., Delphi, Calaveras, Davis, Montezuma, Lincoln, Madison, Stockton Unified, and Waverly were the schools listed. V The pictures that compose this summer session section were taken by the photography class under the direction of Mr. Whitt. Visiting teachers on our staff were Mr. Whitt-Jefferson school, Stockton Unified: MrsL Evans -Montezuma School Districtg and Mr. McCracken-coach at Victorville High School. ' In addition to our regular staff, the summer session co-operated with the College of the Pacific in helping to train student teachers. Mrs. Siegfried, Miss Anderson, and Miss Maw were the student teachers. Summer Session F acult 'ULN-. V Hi- , lv ,, L SEATED: Left to Right: Shirlee Salini-Waverly, Kindergarten: Mrs. Clarissa Evans-Montezuma, Primaryg Leon Rovetta-Waverly, Inter- mediate: Marvin Morganti-Waverly, Upper gradesg Joseph Ward-former ly of Reese River, Nevada, now of Waverly, Intermediate grades. STANDING: Eugene Whitt-Jefferson-Stockton, Intermediatep Jack Daseler, Principal-Waverlyg Dwight McCracken, Victorville High School, physical education. Student teachers from the College of the Pacific, working with our staff were: Mrs. Seagrave, Miss Anderson, and Miss Maw. Summer Session Students - ' ' J--ii I . 4-. ,.U , Left: Summel' 56551011 501021155 In grades three to eight. Right: Summer session students m grades kindergarten to two Ten school districts were represented 1n our Iirst -summer session at Waverly Elementary School. The largest attendance was 191 students, the smallest 167 Aver age daily attendance for the session of Z8 days was 185 at the time of yearbook publl cation. Informal Shots Right: Primary students climb over their special jungle gym. Summer session gave many rural students a chance to play on equipment not available at their school. Random Snaps Left: Arts and crafts class kept many of our students interested by giving them a chance to do leatherwork, ceramics, etc. Left: Coach McCracken, our physical education in- structor herds his crew into the bus. New Improvements p Something Has Been Added 1. School buses' - transportation. 2. Cafeteria - hot lunches. 3. Student Body Organization, 4. Athletic teams in all sports. 5. School yearbook. 6. School district Newsletter. 7. 16mm movie projector: 8. 35mm film strip-slide projector, 9. Opaque projector. 10. New mimeograph machine. 11. Maps-globes-encyclopedias. 12. Teachers' room in school. 13. Weekly community movies. 14. New screen-courtesy of Scouts. 15. Portable screen for rooms. 16. Typewriters for office. 17. First class equipment for custodian. 18. Formation of recreation district. 19. Junior Olympics and School Carnival. 20.. Outstanding school. paper.. 2l.' Safety patrol on buses-first in county! 22. Service Club -, keeps school clean! 23. Public address system. 24. Continuous paper drive. 25. Active support of school by Parents' Club. '26 Only summer session for elementary school children in San Joaquin County. 27. School Chorus. 28. Letterman's Club. 29. Our own graduation program. 30. School assembly programs. The above list shows some of the things that we have added' to our school facilities and program during the past year. Progress has been made-a great deal-during a relatively short period of timef fOur goal is to have the most outstanding school in our district that is possible. As a mechanic cannot do a good job with poor tools. . . so it is with the teacher . . . a much better job can be done with proper equipment and the most usable facilities. ' ' A Look Into The Future 1. A playground that is completely turfed. 2. An operating recreation' program for students as well as adults. 3. Use of our multi-purpose room for sports during wet weatherl 4. More community participation in ,school activities.. 5. Continued support of our Parents' Club. 6. An instrumental music program. 7. More sports activities for the Vgirls. 8. Use of one of our quonsetls for a shower and dressing room. 9. An outstanding educational program. ' 10. Everyone pulling for the school to. help keep us on top educationally The above list includes some ,of the things that we would like to see accomplished in the near future. Probably some of them may never be accomplished, but it is sound ,to set your sights high and aim for a star . . . . . no one has ever been blamed for shooting too high! The school reflects' the community and v,ice-versa. What we do here will show in the homes. xThe attitude that you take at home will be carried to school with the child. Keep in mind the importance of your school in the life of the student at all times, and you can't go wrong. 'i v WA LSWORTH Lilhoqnghod G Bound. by 'll-BWOKTH BIIUTHERS Kunsliun, Ha., U. B. A. RE AHDH 1 ' REWARIJ NOM LLINI CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTOR INDUSTRIAL - COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DAN N OIVIELLINI 939 IVIARENGO ROAD PHONE 9-9571 A FREEND Triangle Lumber 81 Materials Co. If WI IVE I Bom!- -4 MAT ORDERS A O But we ' fm1g5vqA4 J. G. SASSELLI, Manager PHONES 4-4362 - 4-4381 MILL WORK - WINDOWS - DOORS QUALITY - SERVICE - PRICE 1025 WATERLOO ROAD STOCKTON, CALIF. DRY GOODS SHOES Fami y Doggery SOMETHING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT THE RIGHT ' PRICE TOMMY PETRUSICH TELEPHONE 4-2301 2656 WATERLOO ROAD STOCKTON, CALIF. Tillman J. Meadows Co 20 EAST ACACIA ST. TELEPHONE 2-1316 STOCKTON, CALIF. 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METZGER,S GROCERY 4532 Cherokee Lane 7:30 a. rn. - 8:00 p. rn. fDaily, Including Sundayj Groceries - Meats - Vegetables - Notions - Gas - Oil EDW. W. FINUCANE Insurance P. O. BOX 222 - Stockton Residence 2-0674 Office 2-0131 Superior All-Steel Safety School Coaches Superior Superliner :: Superior Pioneer SUPERIOR BUS 85 AMBULANCE SALES CO. 1540 O-ld Bayshore Highway ' Diamond 4-7651 Burlingame, Calif. Cherokee Lane and Waterloo Road Phone 7-7966 WRIGHT LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Building Materials William G. Wright, Owner and Manager Mail P. O. Box 972 Stockton, Calif. COLLINS ELECTRICAL CO. Contractors - Domestic, Commercial, Industrial, Marine Work Dial 4-7387 611 W. Fremont Street Stockton, Calif. PEIRANO BROS. 85 CO. Real Estate - Insurance Over a Quarter Century of Servicen Telephone 7-7804 227 East Weber Ave. ' Stockton 2, Calif. INMANS, INC. Insurance - Loans - Rentals - - Agents for Beautiful Pacific Gardens Jesse J. Inman, Pres. Phone 50296 307 East Weber Ave. Stockton, Calif. ' A Portable Typewriter for Graduation Rental Typevvriters SAN JOAQUIN BUSINESS MACHINES 106 North California Street Phone 44421 Stockton, Calif. TURNER HARDWARE CO. Hardware - Sporting Goods American and Weber Free Parking A Phone 4-4651 Stockton, Calif. ADAMS' SPORT SHOP School Athletic Equipment - - Pennsylvania Rubber Covered Balls Schwinn Bicycles - Athletic Equipment - Hunting 85 Fishing Supplies 1632 E. Harding Way Stockton -BOOSTERS- LUCOT REXALL DRUG Stockton, Calif. CHARLIE'S SQUEEZE-LN Stockton, conf. THREE PALMS STATION East of Waverly School A. W. TRESSLER co. Stockton, cout. ILA DICKENSON Stockton, Calif. K so D CLEANERS 8a DYERS Stockton, conf. igi. H 0 h , Nm. , . .x
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