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

 - Class of 1951

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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

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, 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

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