Corona Junior High School - La Corona Yearbook (Corona, CA)

 - Class of 1951

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ROW C: Rose Marie Leonti - Executive Board Consultant, Delma Bean - Bookkeeper, LaDonna Gomer - Business Manager, Jerry Lovell - Art Co-Editor, Mike Drake - Art Staff, Dorothy Carrol -1Art Staff. ROW D: Christy Adams - Publicity, Karen Perkins, Publicity, Delbert Blehm - Ninth Grade Collector, Charles Colladay - Eighth Grade Collector, Sharon Kattenhorn -Seventh Grade Coll- ector, Charles Lei ster - Snaps Staff. ROW E:-Eugene White - Art Co-Editor. THEME " " DED.lCATION "Go West, young man!" Horace Greeley once advised - and "go west" we did, on Mr.,Wood"s suggestion to the Executive Board when it was choosing the theme for this year's annual. Then all hands pitched in, picking up cowboy lingo and atmosphere to use in the book . i s'Sorry so mmy good ideas got crowded out, when such a lot ofvyou worked hard to help! Because so many did have a hand, we of the staff have decided to dedicate this LA CORONA OF 1951 to those who helped make it possible. Thanks, pardners! 2- 1951 13 12 25 is 's 4 4 2 27 27 June MOV April 23- 20 18 12-13 2-11 March 31 28 ' 16 15 Feb.g 9 27 21 14 c.4zwmR Last round-up on the old stomping ground ' Genu-wine sheepskins - LA CORONA as promotion bonus Three-year-ol ds find good grazing at banquet Grub-pile for G.A. A. First and sweepstakes for band at National City Swing yore pardner - Bow to the queen lLupei Frosh go visitin' fYoung-uns look us over later, lMay 1, tool-Professors cavart in autymobile opus Visitors t' th' schoolhouse. . .Thundering Ninth takes prize money at interclass rodeo Shore hear some purty music at that concert! Yearlings show up well when we look 'em over Acowpoke in tails - an a-huntin' ghosts! Shucks! Parent confab Band snaffles another first lRedlands1 Mr. Heard drops by - shoots the hull dang bunch Right good entertainment them teachers give us! Wise hombres hightail it to the hills Everybody duded up in honor of King Louis, Queen, Margaret Buckaroos confined to bunkhouse for four days - Flu-y Paull and Jim get hitched, everybody watchin' Hearts are trumps, with George Burke king and Carolyn Massey queen. . .Radio boss Horton finally broadcasts here. 9 Vhands larrup the pedagogues 2 31 29 25 21 15 12 8 Jen. 5 1950 Dec. 15 12-13 25 17 5-1 1 24 20 13 3 Nov. Oct. Sept. 22 13 Sneak' locker inspection Hire new hands to keep the place clean outfit lMrs. Calhoun'si moves in. . .Some rain S0 eties quit riding, herd, throw their first party Adios to E. E. Smith, "county supe" for twenty-five years Dimes round-up starts Schoolmarms pack a wallop - beat G. A. A. . . . W crew st L rning "ABC" - "lf you see a flash, hit the dust!" crew gets hired. . ."Dust or Destiny" shown Knock off for Christmas. . .Play Santa for Indians Playact story of'SlLENT NIGHT for the folks in town All-Western rustles up special award for band Cowgirls see new.duds paraded Two-year-old word-wranglers perform for A. E. W. dudes Freedom and wide-open spaces for other countries tool Non-Vmen cop mnual set-to Chuckwagon crew sashays up to Asilomar for new ideas Who's going to be student foreman? First BROADCAST off the press Footloose mavericks in off the range 4 arts work , v , ,,.., ,, , ,Y, , gkv, . We g mx!! 5 STAR PALWER5 Places that can't depend on ir star-packers to maintain law and order sometimes have to re- sort to nectie parties. Not s ! We have a right complete set up, from board of directors and head superintendent down to wranglers and fence-riders. Mr. Kibby heads it all. Miss Raney, be- loved general manager, has a new deputy foreman this season in Mr. Wood. Eddie Ortega speaks forthe launkhouse gang. - ' The faculty added several newcomers to its string, this year. As well as breaking in the yearlirig colts, they rodeherd on us generally, held their own in athletic bouts, and gave the whole country- side a roaring good time with their original musical comedy HEAVY ON THE FLOORBOARD. Still have to keep a look-out for them pesky Reds, so the Executive Board set up disaster de- fense crews, hopin' all the time that their work would be wasted. . .The BROADCAST helped the grapevine pass the word along - but LA CORONA always gets thekig word. SCHOOL BOARD LEFT TO RIGHT: -Mr. Henry A. Hoeger - Trustee, Mr. James Rhodes - Clerk, Mr. 'S. E. Waldrip - Business Manager, Mr. Ray Williams - President, Mr. George M. Kibby - Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John Madruga - Tmstee, Mr. John L. Colladay - Trustee. 5 t i BOOKSTORE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE CAFETE RIA STAFF I-3460 W N K X .Q , QS: . X X OASIS? X SXQX L 5' SSs f ef ' . sf. . 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HORTON MR. KILPATRICK MISS MITCHELL MISS MOWRER MRS. PAPE MRS. ROBINSON MR. ROOT MISS SEARLS MISS SMITH MISS SPINDEN MR. STAUFFACHER MRS. STEWART MISS TEEPLE MR. TEMPLE MR. THOMAS MRS. THOMPSON MISS THRASHER MR. WESTFALL MR. WOOD S VICE PRINCIPAL MISS RANEY PRINCIPAL MRS. NORRIS MISS BROOKS EXECUTIVE BOARD STANDING: Mr. Wood - Adviser, Elaine Anderson - Third Vice President,.PhiIIp Fredericks- Eighth Grade Representative, Toby Unruh - Eighth Grade Secretary, Sheila Greer - Song Leaderf I SEATED: BeverIy.Isgrig - Seventh Grade Secretary, Carolyn Massey - SongILeIader, Jerry Bibles -First Vice President, Eddie Ortega - President, Rose Marie Leonti - Secretary, Doris Baker - Ninth Grade Representative, Carol Ann Emerson - Second Vice President, Frank Martinez - Seventh Grade Representative. A N BROADCAST ST'AFF LEFT TO RIGHT AROUND TABLE: KaY Nicl1ols,, George Burke, Jackie Smith, Mi ss Margaret Mtchell, Marie Dudley , Geraldine Johnson, Margaret Macias, Jamie Mae Hutchison. RADIO ANNOUNCERS STANDING: Floyd Penland, Ted McConnell, Doris Baker, Philip Fredericks. SEATED: Allan Schoenl1err,lsahel Gonzales, Donna Logan, Jean Cartwright, Dilys David, Marilyn Reed, Howard Reed. LA CORONA HOME ROOM CONSUL T STANDING: Jamie Hutchison Ranker 8-l, Victor Orozco 9-2, .loe Soto 9-4, Bruce Richard Shamel 7-5, Eleanor son Doris Salley 9-3, Darlene Carmelita Escalante 8-4. Rycraft 7-2, Darla Walker Good 9-l, Marie Dudley 9-5, Helen 9-7, Cora Peter 8-3, Helen Martin Margaret Knabe 7-8. KNCELING: Sponeman 7-6, and Cecil Stearman CL EAN-UP COMMITTEE MR. WEST FALL TRAFFIC PATROL MR. WOOD SAFETY COMMITTEE MR. WOOD 14 ll 7 06R,4Pfl5 ' "AI 'iff N 3- ' X . 5 O. ' Q 0 0 5' Q. . I 6 4: , Q 'O . ' pill ll 3- ll A 5' ,Q267 gf: gn' X 'M' 'Q 'o' Q ,4"". 5 f " 06 0 ai. "tail : In ' '12 :sa "Lint 0'- 'lt JIU' 'VU' 'vu' 'nl' hw -Q-' 'a"'4l'34al, "Hi" ' K . as , L ZX 1 X . KX fx K1-'X Q N I1 N Q, fr - uw- ryj, ,-,Q-,H ' - U Ck' - "N XJ ' 1 XXX X Xkxfiix A I A xxx -- N lk . 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Them words of Doris 'n' LaDonna's sounded plum' wise, too. . .Hawaii sure knows how to treat cowboys, specially with Dennis as caller. . .Made us some cash on them plays' we acted out, but shore feel funny in fancy duds. . .Writin'est fellers on the range wuz Bill Baker and Ida Vorse, the Legion ladies said - but Doris did right well last year, agin' hard lilcker. . .Paull made apurty bride, 't the program we giv'. Minded me o'that "Turnabout" one we did last spring - less Iyin' than year before that. But now these events are only memories to treasure, to think about in the days and nights ahead, when they once more ride the range. "' FIRST DRESS-SUIT and GHOST HUNTERS 976' GRADE 6'RflD0v4 TIN6' Clfl.S' i qw.. ., ..,,, l w g. wxwmeymeele ebf- ee- ,,-,-,f 4 .I .,. .:...e eff ' ' 1 X L fe S BNN, ig v B X X S? X ix 3 . X , N . - gg? X X are KN ew. is S K Q 5 X X NS . 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GILBERT RAMIREZ MARY RANQEY HOWARD READ DALE REINHOLD VIRGINIA REINHOLD HARLEY ROBERTSON BETTY ROBINSON TOM RADDA ALFANSO RODRIQUEZ JIM ROHLEDER PAULL RONEY GLENN ROSS TOMMY RUIZ DEVONE RUNYAN MARSHALL RYALS BOB SALGADO DORIS SALLEY ALLAN SCHOENHERR BEVERLY SHAW ROBERTA SMITH HAROLD SNOW JOE SOTO, PHYLLIS SPANGL ER NANCY STEPHENSON ROGER STEVENSON SHIRLENE STROUD LOUIS SWIFT RAYMOND SWIFT PEGGY TAYLOR HELEN TODD JULIA TORRES TOMMY TUBBS STANLEY TUCKER CARL TURNER EDWARD TURNER BEN VARELA RICHARD VELTHOEN DAVID, VILLA IDA VORSE GARY WEEKS JIMMY WHITNEY GARY WILSON EDDIE WINSTEAD JUNE WISWELL BOB WISSER RAY WOOLDRIDGE GARY WORSHAM BILL WORTHING FRANCES YANCHUL ALBERTA YOUNG THURMADEAN YOUNG LOUIS YSLAS L I I EIGHT-ONES lMrs. Brooksl gave a radioncrogram, played volleyball in the rain, and provided the spell- down winners. BACK ROW: Hoyt iones, A ur Kieser, Dean Price, Jimmie Lillibridge, Porfie Parada, Bill Humble, Sammy Martinez, Charles Leister, Bob Hendrickson, Clark Gardner, Eugene Eaton. SECOND ROW: Harry Nelson, Richard Ranker, Douglas Brooks, Carol Emerson, Dorothy Brooks, Suzanne Li ll lbridge, Eleanor Webster, Joyce Powell, Lupe Lopez, Isabel Ahumada, Lupe Gomez, Gloria Lugo, Edwin Dillon, Charles Colladay, Phil Hammons. FRONT ROW: Corinne Kegle 1 Jdnet Robertson, Wilma Nichols, Joan Self, Rieta Carpenter, Nancy Huston, Ann Rogerson, Evelyn McCoy, Virginia Williams, Mary Jenkins, Pat Francis. EIGHT-TWOS lMlss Thrasher, doubled up on names too, took part in all school activities, and spent Frida B P0l'l0d5 having fun. BACK ROW: Boll SNPIIGIISI Lloyd Salgado, Clifford Qualls, Jerry Smith, Philip Fred! ericks, Phil Lewis, Laurence Macias, Gary Arnold, Edward Paul, Albert Campbell, Ivan Duncan. SECOND ROW: Diana Nutter Evonne LaRoche, Laura Gomer, Nancy DeWitt, Linda Liston, Kay Nichols, Margaret Moclas, Carmen Delgadillo- FRONT ROW: Clara Sadowsly, Cherie Silva, Bonnie Pritchett, Kay Markowitz, Jamie Hutchison, Katheryn Anderson, Marian Hazen, Genevieve Nelson, Jennie Bonura, Meredith Lomax. 15 EIGHT-THREES, Mr. Crable says, were the most studlous class he has ever had - averaged 94.276 on one spelling assignment! BACK ROW: Donald Hogg, Frank Munox, Joe Soldate, Leonard Rivera, Donald Crook, Ray Varela, Jim Ely, Ronald Cole, John Tommie, Harold Smith, Bobby Scrugfs. SECOND ROW: Beverly Wann, Bobbie Stallcup, Beverly Swenson, Bonnie Thompson, Shirley Tapp, Me ha Wllhurn, Gllnda Harlin, Frances Rock. FRONT ROW: Mae Stafford, Opal Rust, Cora Peters, Mary Martin, Nada Miller, patrlcia Koer- ner, Paula Justice, Jackie Smith, Geraldine Johnson, Maedean Stenrman. EIGHT-SEVENS KMrs. Horton, were the first class to broadcast, took second place in the P.T.A- drive, specialized ll'ldiSPl0YSq BACK ROW: Adolph Perez, Robert Orazco, Manuel Enriquez, Evert Carlsten, Ray- mond Macias, Marshall Stewart, Reid Rispalie, John Bashor, Ronnie St hens, Don Alford, John Starnes. SECOND ROW: Sally SeIf,VeIia Sanchez, John Kasner, Herman Warren, Bm Garland, Pedro Escalmte, ,lerr Fisher, Charles Mathews, Charles Davls, Lola Cervantes, Isabel Gonzales. FRONT ROW: Barbara Kimmel Evelyn Herron, Flora Kelley, Joanne Sanford,Mary Ramirez, Jeanette Liehsack, Katherine Baehler, Marilyn Reed, Alice Famham, Janet Page. l6q I Xlf ,.. X. N 6 EIGHT-FOURS lMiss Smithl were unique in havin done "nothing but work and have fun". BACK ROW: Abraham Miranda, Billy Hall, Joe Kolling, Jack Fielding, Eddie Murphy, Herman Smith, Jose Flores,Jimmle Blessing, Wayne Bentley, Manuel Corona. FRONT ROW: Jeanie Wyrick, Cam1elita Escalante. EIGHT-SIXES lMr. Hammonsl held the lead in Scholarship all year, visited the weather station, and raised the most Red Cross money. BACK ROW: Jesus Ramirez, Dale Wisser, Jerry Robertson, Joe Jinkins, Albert Ruiz, Benny Delgado, George Espinoza, Marcus Contreras, Wamer Parks, Jerry Haskins, Darel Gish, Danny Kalin. SECOND ROW: Rosa Raya, .lackle McCormick, Karen Perkins, Darla Walker, Lupe Ramirez, Helen Hall, Sheila Greer, Earleen Hardison, Vera Garcia, Rachelirredondo, Toby Unruh, Betty Stewart. FRONT ROW: Betty Newell, Peg y Cowling, Beverly Cmopper, Marsha Boles, Virginia Cecil, Margaret Karnesky, Glenda Chance, Linda Fafkenbach, Beverly McCluskey, Belvla Crapper, Marilyn Rusk. 17 EIGHT-FIVES lMiss Harrisl were a class of fast runners - at track meets, not during study time. BACK ROE: Manuel Flores, Hen Mory, Caleb Cocazos, Roy Kelly, Herman Collins, Paul Nieblas, Victor Orozco, Billy Lee. THIRD ROW: Arlfred Espinoza, Charles Hayes, A bert Pettit, Betty Nichelson, Anna Lou Howard, Bill i e Lee Albee, Norma Miller, Dorothy Blessing. SECOND ROW! Bemie Patten, James Burleson, John Fowler, Robert Purdie, Rosexella Pettitt, Connie Blankenship, Carolyn Smith, Alice Johnson. FRONT ROW: Betty Duncan, Dorothy Cole, Darlene Mills, Beverly Prichard, Deanne Gray, Barbara Dunham, Beverly Hill. cLAss OF 1952 , . ' For a while the two-year-olds shore were down-in-the-mouth when they heard they couldn't put on their show, 'eounta that pesky 'flu. It's all patched up, though: they got the run o' the Memorial Day affair, 'n' ever'body felt right fine about it all .... They had a fee-rocious set-to with some spellin' words, but when it come to the draw, Evelyn McCoy and Mary Jenkins won, hmds down. A , , CLASS OF 1953 151 This season, folks nearly died a-laughin' when the yearlings sashayed out onto the middle of the stage for their doings. They got a Russian's-eye viewof a good old -American ba se ball game and saw a famous sawbones work on a pore feller that had a-a-a-pin-in-de-side-i s. . . Last month, the young-uns showed next yeor's tenderfeet aroun' the ranch, so's they'd git the lay of the land afore they come. ' ' 18 SEVEN-TWOS lMrs. Robinsonl provided the first vice-president for the Student Body - and led in Junior Red Cross work. BACK ROW: Ronald Summers Charles Forman, Femando Cabrera, David Miller, Ray Baxter, Donald Pagh, LaVerne LaPoint, Donald Compton, Daniel Reyes, Jim Coyne, Keith Seymour, Larry Porter, Margarita Puga. SECOND ROW: Lois Starlc, Marybell Reed, Sandra Baker, Sally Gable, Helen Negrette, Helen Cabrera, Alberta Pyatt, Darlene Bough, LaJoy Barlralow, Marilyn Byers. FRONT ROW: Carole Parks, Sylvia Van Unon, Roberta Gelth, Carol Campbell, Marie Rycroft, Alene Morgan, Darleen Mc- Kinney, Elaine Anderson, Ruby Patton, Norma Bartlett. -rain- ar 'l"'s'A QQ? SEVEN-ONES lMiss Cliglcl have o fun-business meeting every Friday when there is no assembly. BACK ROW: Alford Johnson, Thomas Rowell, George Harbison, Billy Kroonen, Frank Yslas, John Flores, John Downs, Ysidro -Angulo, Joe Bonilla. THIRD ROW: Tim Blakely, Alvin Young, Bruce Strauss, Dominic Garcia, Gregory Munoz, Lee Clampball. SECOND ROW: Elvira Raya, Josephine Ramirez, Marion Ashlock, Dorothy Titius, Carol Lynn'Nolen.1FR0NT ROW: Deanna Boen, Vivian Ledesma, Carol Courtney, Linda Williams, Linda Cathey, Maureen Watson, Marilyn Smith, Barbara Martinez, Sally Ahumada, Maria Zarate. 19 SEVEN-FOURS lMrs. Hammonsj say the highlight for them was their comic skit in the seventh-grade assembly. BACK ROW: .loe Arauio, Stuart Cox, Clifford Naylor, Charles Reed, Raymond Silva, Amador Mosqueda, David Ogan, Joe Ornelas, Jae Puentes, James Ruiz, Billy Fielding. FRONT ROW:0leta Vaughan Mary Franks, Alice Vasquez, Enedina Esparzo, Helen Martin, Cece ia Garcia, Dorothy Oneal, Isabel Ortiz, Frances Treat. SEVEN-THREES lMrs. Stewartl claim fame for "hard work, noise in art, fun in class meetings, and loqua- ciousnessl" BACK ROW: Mike Lawson, Bruce Dyer, Wayne Davis, Bill Logen, Paul Hernandez, Raymond Thomas, Daniel Munoz, Kenneth Giza, MarDell Casto, Gary Frandsen, Ronald Hazen, Duane Coleman, SECOND ROW: Rachel Munoz, Gloria Guevara, Nelda Qualls, 'Darlene Embree, Carol Stafford, Jack Morrison, Billy Chambers, Eddie Chereshkoff, Frances Marquez, Susanna Ortiz, Albino Mora, Sally Young. FRONT ROW: Carmen Herrera, Sara Kolling, Ruth Randel, Melba Spillman, Ellen Phenicie,,Virginia Murganloggplrine Martinez, Carol Ann Cole, Barbara Bland, Leta Moffeit. 20 SEVEN-SIXES lMrs. Hicks! specialized in superlatives: mast A's, speediest runner, longest name - Genevieve Angelica Veronica Marquez. BACK ROW: Bob Van Blarcom, Ray Gamble, Kenneth Spoeneman, Bobby Melton, Douglas Harris, Jackson Hinds, Rex Nichols, Tommy Raney, Ignacio Magana, HilbertCastro. SECOND ROW: David Henson, Augustine Tapia, Barbara Vient, Joy Brown, Rose Cano, Deanna Tamer, Frances Roi-as, Claudine Davis, Helen Sainz, Genevieve Marquez, Louis Horrkins, Allan Borland, Carl Alvarado. FRONT ROW: Mabel Moran, Sharon Miguel, Margaret Munoz, Beve y Eagle, Laura Lantennan, Gloria Harlin, Phyllis Johnson, Helen Granada, Connie Hernandez. SEVEN-FIVES lMiss Marquis, had eighteen members in orchestra or iunior band and three on the Executive Board. BACK ROW: Garrett Smith, Dick Maw, Webster Chandler, Frank Martinez, Ralph Enriquez, Roger Verity, Gayle Beatty, Dick Shamel, Wilson Flagg, Robert Kibby- SECOND ROW: Thomas M0"'9Wf Bill Allen, Gary Brinkman, Hortencia Aceveda, Sandra Guy, Anita Rico, Vera Arrederido, Sammle Pettit, Joan Munn, Rita Flores, Richard Amsbry Janes Farrage, Kenneth Carroll FRONT ROW Lois St in V' i I ' , . : e er, lrg n a Macias, Catherine Henson, Carolyn Massey, Beverly lsgrig, Pat Sanders, Lydia Delgado, Kerry Cowan, Iva Lee- Zidbeck, Yavonne Taylor. R 21 SEVEN-SEVENS lMrs. Root, provided the seventh-grade collector for the annual and a guitarist for an assembly. BACK ROW: Adolph Chacan, Eugene Larkin, Lindell Landers, Harry Prescott, Victor Webb, Donald Price, Norman Elrod, Ebert Wood, Richard Perez, Raymond Allen, Norman Castro. SECOND ROW: Cecil Stearman, Benny Benson, Anita Ybarra, Josephine -Reyes, Patricia Robinson, Maureen McCormick, Sharron Kattenhorn, David Bently, Charles Burke, Marvin Haynes. 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