Culter Academy - Crusader Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1953
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Wilh Chrisf os The Master Archifecf, ond The Bible as our blue-prinf, we build
To Mr. Osborne
As 'mid God's handiwork you Toil
From endless day To day,
Somehow we've felT The power of
Your Thoughtful, selfless way,
IT's noT so much The Things you say,
IT's more The life you liveg
WiThouT complaining or regreT
Your all you humbly give.
And as we guide our feeble bark
Upon The seas of life,
We'Il IifT our eyes and see your face
Amid Turmoil and sfrife.
Then we will hold more firmly To
The MasTer's mighTy handy
And Though a Thousand breakers roar,
We'll firmly Take our sTand.
The Things ThaT you have done for us
We never can repay,
YeT we would show our grafifude
To you in some small way.
And so To you This volume we
Have proudly deolicafed,
WiTh prayer ThaT our lives, Too, may be
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6LCLL!fy THE Tools
Each fool its duty doth perform
When wielded by The Master hand
ln skilful woy each port is mode
When yielded To The Master plon.
oar of Crusfees . . .
MR. BROWN MISS CULTER MR. DICKSON MR. WILSON
President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary
MR. SEVERANCE MR. ARNEBERGH ,, MR. WALKER MR. VISSER
MISS REEVE, SENIOR HIGH
MRS. DO RN, ELEMENTARY
MRS. MYERS, JUNIOR HIGH
Miss Bauman Miss Boggs Mr. Brougham Mrs. Douse
Mr. Hanks Mr. King Dr. Parker Miss Pinkerton
Miss Thiessen Mr. Thompson Mrs. Thompson
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Mrs. West Miss Wolfe Mrs. Dills
Mrs. Hc1wTl'1orn Miss Jones Mrs. Kendall
Miss Myrick Mrs. Chamberlain Mr. Friesen ' Mrs. Friesen i
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Mr. Mace Mr. McMillan
Mr. Osborne Mr. Kroeker
Mrs. Reeve Miss Sfevens Mrs. Williams ' Mr, Wallace
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Unnoticed by the passing throng
Ear in its strength we raise aloft
A soul, a man, a nation.
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KNEELING: Douglas Humpnwy,
STANDING: Kate Roxby, Rusty Duncan
Scantlebury, Laurie Johnson
' "-"-f Peter llling, Bobby
ACK ROW- Clark Goinor, r-....,. I
hoin, Sherry Venn,
FRONT ROW: Charles Obenc
, Dorothy Visser
STANDING: Edith Edwards, Samara Gili
KNEELING: John Hotchkiss, Bobby Shoub
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STANDING: Frances Regier, Robert Keirn, Shirlee Ste
KNEELINGZ Ricky Friedrneyer, Stephen Emerson
ntfield, Steven Litly, Evangeline Erny
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Sammy Durant, Waller Strader, Caryn Dirks, Denise Nord
STANDlNG: Linda Carver, Ruth Davis, Ro
SlTTlNG: Bobby Hill, Robert Alseth
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in, Tommy Mays KN
EEUNG: David Ka
nouse, Richard Peay,
STANDlNG: Mary Ellen Carlson, Miriam Corwin, Dick A V
Judith Carver, Lorna Gillan
KNEELINGQ David Emerson, Michael illing, Dennis Ostrom
A Neal Visser
V rne Gwin Kenneth Friesen, Elsion Hill.
Williams, Paulina Ponio, Tommy
Tommy Coe, La e ,
d' e Gilbert, Helen
bold? Dicky Chase,
na Smith, Geral in
BACK ROW: Loren Stay ,
FRONT ROW: Michael O'Neill, Roger Williams, Don
Humphrey, Samuel Minturn.
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STANDlNG: Gregory Holt, Joy Turmoine, Juuy ..,,-
KNEEUNG: Ned Elder, Billy Keyes, James Olson, Bob Flcig, Wesley r
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ckie, Marilyn Visser,
ovis, Beverly Lo
STANDlNG: Dorothy D
' Jock Blakely
'ter, David Giesler,
NG: Henry DeRui
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SITTING: Peggy Sandvig, Carl Dorschner, Mrs. Olive Sandvig, Billy Marques, Ronnie Sandvig
STANDING: Denise Mann, Robert Burdick, Cindy Thompson, Billy Allen, Kathy Thompson
FIRST ROW: Jamee Jordan, Dean Sandvig, Mrs. Mary Chase, Janet Hyslop, Sherrie
SECOND ROW: Sharon Conti, Patsy Tennis, Jeanine Bradley, Rifa Sanders.
THIRD ROW: Sharon Quinn, Bruce Botton, Kathy Stebbins, Gregg Sheard
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FIRST ROW: Carol Rohlfsen, Sylvia Ross, Mrs. Lundh, Gary Hyslop
SECOND ROW: Patty Turner, Filamena Penzanti, Lance DeCamp, Janet Hamilton, Robin
Chamberlin, Bobby Weigel
THIRD ROW: Parker Sullivan, Sandra Allen, Gerald Jackson, Kirsten Lundh, Karen Nelson
our, ive, anJ Six
FIRST ROW: Clark Nelson, Justine Jackson, Mrs. Bergen, Scott Noblitt, Patricia
SECOND ROW: Terry Smith, Donna Sandvig, Michalann Lundh, David Rimmer
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So small at first, so weak it seems
But yet it slowly rises high
Until, amid the diniof life,
It fills its place against the sky.
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ths Hatchkiss, Martorie Morgan, Donna Booth, Am
t Thatcher, Frances Nordin, Sharon Cartson
KNEEUNG: Jocquehne Mnc
Roe Ann Elterby, Caro
'H Harriet Hudson, Carot Preedy,
Salty O'Ner ,
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KNEEUNG . Bo
DlNG1 Treva Satlerthwaile, Deanna Joneg, Doroi
KNEEUNG1 Donald Gibson, Ezra Nlinlurn
FlRST ROW: Don Nlarvin, Paul Olson, Paul Lawson, Phil Brown, Bill Levings
SECOND ROW: James Nakada, Joy Deeler, Freida Daniell, Eddie Chandler, Dorine Droste, David Vann
Roy Allen Patricia Arnebergh Lovera Black Bruce Harbold
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Bill Brown Carol Chamberlain
Leon Clutterham Beatrice Crumpton Robert Mendoza
Betty Jo Darby Gordon Davis Paul DeSaegher Ralph Bowman
Donna Edwards Laurens Edwards Anna Eisele Marlene Eisele
Margaret Evans Kay Geddes
Gordon Nlelsen Mary Giesler Bernard Gomez
Barbara Hane Daniel Hassenpflug Dick Humphrey Lavona Jackson
Dennis Kiefer David Kneeling Elaine Olson Linnea Olson
Paul Lamberfon Connie Ludwig
Allen Mason Margo McDonalol
Marilyn McDowell Shirley Morgan David Oefrom Muriel Packa
Barbara Parclue Kathleen Rice Mary Eleanor Rough Cecilia Sandahl
Mary Jane Savage James Shuemaker
Ma rion Scott Floyd Sfansfield
'Donald Churchwell Charles Will lrene Purdy Walter Thomas
Guffer Ghrolzic e
MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1957
Vol. 4, No. 30 Five Cents Sec. 1, Page 1
TH E DOCTOR'S BAG
Physicians are still puzzled by the strange case of
BETTY JO DARBY who hasn't said a word in ten years.
This phenomenon, DR. GORDON DAVIS says, is pos-
sibly due to the fact that her tongue is badly in need
of a retread.
All the fellows were iealous of DENNIS KIEFER be-
cause he knew the deep, dark secret of the twins,
LINNEA and E'LAINE OLSON. On pumping him they de-
tected the secret. Deep in the caverns of ivory LINNEA
had a gold filling.
TOO MUCH KNOWLEDGE
The strange and sudden blast which occured at the
Super Duper gas station was caused by the hydrogen
which was put, into a customer's tires. PAUL DE
SAEGHER, the station attendant, thougt that hydrogen
would make the tires last longer than regular air.
ARNEBERGH INVENTS ARNEBERGHER
While puttering around in her uncle's restaurant,
PAT ARNEBERGH, the genius cook, came upon the long
lost secret of how to make an arnebergher. This dis-
covery has opened up a vast new realm of cooking.
Recently PAT reluctantly revealed the ingredients of
the delicious arnebergher to the Pure Foods and Drug
Commission, They were as follows:
3 cups of horse meat
3 beetles' wings
4 gray hairs
5 tbsp. groundhogs' toenails
5 strips of sandpaper for texture
Boil 2 hours and serve between sesame seed buns
Good luck, PAT, in your new enterprisel
OSTROM'S OSTRICH ROAD WORKS We hire out
ostriches to dig any kind of ditch. Guaranteed to work
better than any mechanical device.
FOR SALE: '32 Ford coupe in good running condition
if you run with it. See BRUCE HARBOLD, owner, or call
A SURPRISING CATCH
A group of young people went on a fishing party.
Among the group were ROBERT MENDOZA, LOVERA
BLACK, BEATRICE CRUMPTON, DONALD Cl-IURCHWELL,
DICK HUMPHREY and CHARLES WILL. They were right
in the middle of a school of fish and were having a
great time when CHARLES was pulled overboard by
the tugging on the end of the line. When they finally
fished him out, LOVERA'S line was hooked to the seat
of his pants.
PILOT ALLEN IMPRISONED
ROY ALLEN was sentenced to 89 days in iail by
Judge LAURENS EDWARDS of the Student Council for
flying through a red light in his Super-Jet Rocket
Plane. ALLEN claimed that this mishap was due to the
distraction caused by his attractive companion, CAROL
CHAMBERLAIN. Judge EDWARDS could not be reached
for a statement as he was indulging in his favorite
past time of reading the dictionary.
SERIOUS AFTER AFFECTS
BOBBY HANE met with a tragic yet profitable acci-
dent on Friday the 13. She was walking home from
school when a builder dropped a plank three stories
down and really fixed her good. This had strange
effects upon her. Much to her amazement she found
that she had a real ability in spelling.
LOST by BARBARA PARDUE one beautiful set of brains
before final exams. Found the following Monday tucked
neatly under her books.
MR. THOMAS TO DISPLAY
PRIZE WINNING SCOTTY
Mr. THOMAS has kindly consented to display his
prize winning scotty dog at the Shrine Auditorium this
Thursday the 19th. MARION, the dog, has well groomed
ears that stand erect and long black stripes running
down her back. Mr. THOMAS, the proud owner, will
put MARION through her tricks which include balan-
cing a ball on her nose, writing her name, and adding
up one and one. Be sure to be at the Shrine on Thurs-
day to see this remarkable canine.
MC DOWELL DISPLAYS GEM
AS KNEELING BLUSHES
Recently MARILYN MC DOWELL came to school wear-
ing what from all appearances was an engagement
ring. Whether this is real or a dime store purchase has
not been determined. An interesting side light is that
lately DAVID KNEELING has been turning 3 or 4 dif-
ferent shades of red upon mention of MARlLYN'S name.
lt is also rumored that DAVID was caught kneeling
before MARILYN on the campus last Wednesday.
STRANGE AND QUEER NOISES
KAY GEDDES, who was formerly a pianist, decided
to try somthing new. She has started a band of five
instruments. The EISELE sisters had an argument over
who would be the clean combist. Since ANNA was
the older, she was given the privilege of playing the
clean comb and MARLENE was left with the dirty one.
The washboard player is DANNY HASISENPFLUG. MARY
GIESLER plays the saw excellently. The Jew's harp
is played by PAUL LAMBERTON. We can't say much
for their harmony, but they produce very unusual
Due to a CHRONICLE staff party RALPH BOWMAN,
our editor, overslept and did not write an editorial.
In haste he phoned COME AND GET IT MART for an
ad for that space. For the sports column GORDON
NEILSEN featured the fishy hook story. BERNIE GOMEZ
reported on the twins' secret. MARY ELEANOR ROUGH,
DONNA EDWARDS, and MARY JANE SAVAGE, very
much in a dither, threw the rest of the paper together.
Better luck next time.
In a recent art exhibit we noticed a portrait done
in oils by MARGARET EVANS. As we looked closely it
bore a faint resemblance to LEON CLUTTERHAM
THE MYSTERY OF WATCHOUT AVE.
The people of Watchout Avenue were in much dis-
tress this morning, because water was rising around
their homes. On hunting for the source they found
that the water came from beneath the home of the
SHUEMAKERS. Much to their amazement they cliscov-
ered JAMES trying to intercept the flow of his bubble
gum clown the drain.
Stansfield's Soups hit the spat.
Sure to make your ulcers rot.
Lots more value, cheaper too,
Stansfield's Soup will eat a hole in you.
5c a pk.
COME AND GET IT MART
Win a PACKARD T. V.
Finish this riddle
l like MORGAN'S RICE
Because it has spice
BROWN'S Bunion Pads
Quick Relief with much Belief
Buy them, try them, prove them
5Oc a pk.
Plaids for the skinny
Stripes for the plump
Don't get yourself in a iam. Use Mason Jars.
Guaranteed not to crack unless submitted to high
Brown, Black, Blonde, Red
Original Horse Hair
Straight - 51.00
Curly - 52.00
MC DONALD's Candies
Cheapest in Town
Big Bargain - 2 straps and a sole
51.00 a dozen
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A sfrengfh Tho? broves life's solemn Test
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FIRST ROW: Marilyn Sporswood, Marleen .
McPherson, James Elliott
SECOND ROW: Janeice Brown, Ken
Hammer, Bob Chamberlain
FIRST ROW: Rufh Walter, Judy Browning,
Beverly Booth, Ronnie Bridston
SECOND ROW: Ronnie Talley, Poul Mimurn
Miss Wolfe and Mrs. Chamberlain
FIRST ROW: Paul Minturn, Blossom Clay, Ruth Walter
SECOND ROW: Linda Smith, Wanda Gilbert, Lavinia
Guntle, Sandra Eytchison.
THIRD ROW: Ralph Larsen, Byron Bourman, Grant
Morgan, Bob Chamberlain, James Elliott
FlRST ROW: Warren Johnson, Ricky Brown, Ronald Bridston, Bill LGdCl, Kennefh l'lClmmel', R0beI'T Purdy, Llllhef l'lGdleY
SECOND ROW: Ronald Talley, Sharon McMichael, Beverly Booth, Judy Browning, Marilyn Spotswood, Helen Satterthwaite, John Pearson
THlRD ROW: Carol De Saegher, Marilyn McPherson, Judy LawrenCe, Janeice Brown, Carol Sams, Carmellia Smith
SOPIZOWZOVES . . .
Mr, Wallace and Mrs, Douse STANDING: Ruth Gomez, Rhoda Blackie, Cheryl West
KNEELING: Bob Corwin, Jim Chose, Sion Horrocks
STANDING: Bortci Drosie, Rhoda Blackie,
Grace Preedy, Paul Grunt
KNEELING: Neil Hclrnsberger, Victor
KNEELING: Sion Horrocks, John Wood, Paul Grant, Joe Myrick, Bob Corwin, David Moore
STANDING: Sandra Button, Joyce Ludwig, Grace Preedy, Rhoda Blackie, Elizabeth Skag-
lund, Sheila Roodzanf, Marilyn Farnsworth, Pat Donhowe, Barra Drosfe, Sydney Scott
wziors . . .
FIRST ROW: Susan Harper, Dawn Clutferham,
SECOND ROW: Alvin Minfurn, Barbara Rasmussen,
Miss Culter and Mrs. West
FIRST ROW: Alvin Minfurn, Dawn Clutter-
ham, JoAnn Starr
SECOND ROW: Larry Monk, Terry Brown,
Georgia Hadley lAbsenfl
FIRST ROW: John Molloy, Ardala Teigs, Georgia Hadley, Virginia Brooks, Susan Harper, Barbara Ross-
mussen, Alvin Minturn '
SECOND ROW: Pat Ladhoff, Gale Debski, Larry Monk, Lincoln Beals, David Chase, JoAnn Starr
FIRST ROW: Bonnie Gillun, Doris Graf, Claire Ohlinger, Philippa Treweek
SECOND ROW: Fred Thatcher, Donna Williams, Charlotte Mullen, Dawn Clutterhom, Lona Fredeen, Spen
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Mr. King and Miss Reeve
For This God is our God for ever
ond ever: He will be our guide
even unfo oleofh.
Ed Erny, President
FIRST ROW: Colvin Molcor, Joe Trcibucco, Donna Wilson. SECOND ROW: Jonice
Dundas, Kathleen Littlefield
Tahari .mean Gflaams
I have set the Lora? alwayf hefore me: hecanfe
He if at my right hand, I :hall not he moved.
H emnst increase, hut I mnft decrease.
676ll'0hyIZIZ .Mdy 6?I2JI'6W5
Let no man despite thy youthg hat he thou an
example of the heliererx, in word, in conver-
fation, in charity, in fpirit, in faith, in purity.
I Timothy 4:12
God if our refuge and Jtreugth, a very prefent
help in trouhle.
For whatsoever if horn of God overcometh the
world: and thi! if the victory that overcometh
the world, even our faith.
I john 5:4
I eau do all thing! through Christ which
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But in .all things approving ouryelves ax the
minifters of God. . .
II C orintlaian: 6:4
And whatxoever ye do in word or deed, do all
in the name of the Lord fexux, giving thanks
to God and the Father by Him.
C olosxians 3:1 7
. . . Lord, what will thou have me to do?
Blessed are they that keep His testimonies, and
that seek Him with the whole heart.
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He mast increase, hat I mast decrease.
According to my earnest expectation and my
hope, that in nothing I shall he ashamed, hut
that with all boldness, as always, so now also
Christ shall he magnified in my hody, whether
it he hy life, or hy death.
Glldl' 165 J Goe
Serve Him with a perfect heart and with a will-
ing mind: for the Lord .vearcheth all hearty.
I C hronicl ex 28:9
I can do all thing: through Chrift which
e Philippiam' 4.-13
Garole Zfvozzne gfczines
. . . the life which I now live in the flexh I live
hy the faith of the Son of God, who lovecl me
and gave Hirnxelf for me.
.Mary .Eucille gferberf
Tbat I may know Him, ana' tbe power of His
rexurrection, and lbe fellowxbip of Hi: :affer-
ingf, being made conformable unto His deatb.
.Eeila Cglaine gfoffman
I will say of tbe Lord, He if my refuge and
my fortre.f.r: my Gaily in Him will I triift.
1 Psalm 91:2
Trim? in tbe Lord with all tbine beart, and
lean'n0t zinto tbine own unilerxtaniling.
Let the words of my month, and the meditation
of my heart, he acceptable in Thy sight, O
Lord, my strength, and my, redeemer.
Garolyn jeufh Jacohs
But He knoweth the way that I take and when
He hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold.
With good will doing service, as to the Lord,
and not to men:
I prefs toward the mark for the prize of the
high calling of Goal in Chriyt jesuf.
Let no man tlefpire thy yonthg hut he thou
an example of the helieoerf, in word, in con-
versation, in charity, in Jpirit, in faith, in purity.
I Timothy 4:12
That I may know Him, and the power of His
refnrrection, and the fellowfhip of Hif Jztffer-
ings, being made conformable unto Hix death.
I pref! toward the mark for the prize of the
high calling of God in Chrixt jenn.
And to know the love of Chrixt which paueth
knowledge, that ye may he filled with all the
falnexf of God.
E phesianf 3:19
. . . Christ .fhall he magnified in my hody,
whether it he hy life or hy death. For to me to
live if Chrixt, and to die ix gain.
Sylvia .Bouise .Eunde
. . . Chriyt Jhall be magnified in my body,
whether it be by life or by death. For to me
to live if Chrixt and to die is gain.
I am crucified with Christ. N everthelen I live
yet not I, but Chrift liveth in me.
Truxt in the Lord with all thine hearty and
lean not unto thine own understanding. In all
thy way: acknowledge Him, and He Jhall di-
rect thy pathf.
.Marie Qjardue '
Let your light Jo shine hefore men, that they
may .fee your good workr, and glorify your
Father which ix in heaven. '
And we know that all things work together
for good to them that loue God, to them who
are the called according to Hit purpoxe.
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N o man that warreth entangleth himxelf with
the ajairf of thiy lifeg that he may please Him
who hath choxenhim to he a Joldier.
II Timothy 2:4
He muff increaxe, but I muff clecreafe.
Garolyn JJZIZB TLLSSZ!!
Be reaa'y always to give an amwer to every man
that axketb you a reaxou of the laope that is
in you with meekness and fear.
I Peter 3:15
.Qoroflzy Joy ikoaclz
Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may
be able to Jtarul against the wilex of the devil.
This one thing I do, forgetting those things
which are behind, and reaching forth unto
those things which are before, I press toward
the mark for the prize of the high calling of
God in Christ jesus.
Garroli gf-el27'y Obwll
H owbeit when He, the Spirit of truth is come,
He will guide you into all truth.' for He shall
not speak of Himself.' but whatsoever He shall
hear, that shall He speak: and He will show
you things to rome.
That I may know Him, and the power of His
resurrertion, and the fellowship of His suffer-
ings, being made conformable unto His death.
Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as
though God did heseech you hyus: we pray
you in Christ's stead, he ye reconciled to God.
II Corinthians 5:20
Be thou my strong habitation, whereunto I
may fontinually resort: Thou hast given com-
mandment to save meg for Thou art my rock
and my fortress.
Create in me a clean heart, O Godg and re-
new a right spirit within me.
That I may know him, and the power of Hix
rexurrection, and the fellowship of Hi! Juffer-
ingx, heing made ronforniahle unto Hi: death.
That ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto
all pleafing, heing fruitful in every good work,
and increaxing in the knowledge of God.
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Know ye not that they which run in a race run
all, hut one receioeth the prize? So, run, that
ye may ohtain.
I Corinthians 9:24
Thi! if a faithful Jaying, and worthy of all
acteptation, that- Chrift fetus came into the
world to save sinnerf: of whom I am thief.
I Timothy 1:15
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Tru.rt in the Lord with all thine hearty and
lean not unto thine own understanding. In all
thy wayx acknowledge Him, and He Jhall di-
rect thy pathx.
.Qomza Jane Qyilson
I ran do all thing: through Christ which
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The Finishing Touches
Before The Tosk is fully done
A finol Touch is neeoled+
The losl' stroke of the Musieifs fool,
Ere building is completed.
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Louise Price, Vice - President
Mory Ross Bryon, Secretory
Dick Browning, Treasurer
Phil Lewis, Presiolenr
Sfugemf omzci . . .
FIRST ROW: Joe Trabucco, Dorothy Roach, Mary Ross Bryan, Louise Price, Barbara Rasmussen, Marion
SECOND ROW: Alvin Minfurn, Harvey Brown, Paul King, Phil Lewis, Ken Hammer, Bob Corwin, Dick
Browning, Ronnie Bridston
Marion Hotchkiss, Editor
Faye Armstrong and Claire
Kifk ll'WiI'I, SPOVTS Sylvia Lunole, Typist
Mrs. Thompson, Miss Stevens, Advisors
David Boyer, Bob Corwin, Dick Browning,
Georgia Hadley, Elementary Editor
Janice Dundas, Junior High .Editor
Ed Erny, Literary and Art Editor
Dorothy Roach, Photography
STANDING: David Moore, Luhleem Schwertz, Joyce Ludwig, Mary Lou Herbert, Charles Coe
SITTING: Mrs. West, Advisor, Alvin Minturn, Caivin Malcor, Margaret Blackstone, Kirk Irwin, Paul King
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SECOND ROW: Paul King, Ronnie Bridston, Harvey Brown, Lucille Turner, Marilyn Farnworth, Charlotte
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FIRST ROW: B. Clay, C. Haines, G. Preedy, G. Hadley, L. Price, A. Jones, R. Tremmel, J. Pierson, B. Johnson, S. Scott, C.
West, J. Dundas
SECOND ROW: M. Farnsworth, L. Guntle, B. Gillan, P. Grant, R. Talley, J. Elliott, R. Brown, D. Graf, R. Gomez, M. Pardue,
THIRD ROW: L. Schwertz, L. Turner, B. Nizamian, A. Busch, D. Chase, C. Dunlap, D. Boyer, W. Johnson, P. Ladhotf, S.
Eytchison, S. Roodzant, J. Brown
FOURTH ROW: S. Janssen, R. Walter, L. Smith, J. Wood, B. Corwin, R. Bridston, K. Irwin, E. Pittman, V. Starr, C. Russell
L. Campbell, W. Gilbert, L. Fredeen
FIFTH ROW: M. Herbert, A. Tashiro, M. Searcy, E. Skoglund, C, Jacobs, B, Adams, B. Ladd, K. Hammer, D. Blakeman, S
McBurney, M. Spotswood, S. McMichael, R. Blackie
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SECOND ROW: J. Dundas, G. Hadley, L. Price
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