Lassen Union High School - Rays Yearbook (Susanville, CA)
- Class of 1959
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Assxstant Busmess Manager
SANDRA PETERSEN, Busmess Manager
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ln the forthcoming pages, a scrapbook of memories has been laid before you, There are
those of you who with these memories will walk from the doors of Lassen High into the widely
spreau arms of the worldg anti there, again, are those who are still to spenu one, two, or three
more years of your lives in the halls of LUHS, warmed by the laughter of classmates. We are
all aware that this year of happiness will be outstanding in our future years, The Annual Staff
now presents to you with a friendly hand this volume of the "Rays From The Purple" to keep the
joys of this unforgettable year in your mind.
As the student departs from Lassen High
School he leaves behind a pattern of footprints
representing his success hrs disappoint
ments his pleasures and his hardships
Tne pattern of each student is significant and
remains forever a part of thc, school Lil e
his memory an indelible impression which he
carries with him through life
Lives of great men all remind us
We can mal e our lives sublime
And departing leave behind us
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As the sun goes down
And the world's asleep
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And he knows but peace.
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Superintendent s Message
TO THE CLASS OF 1959
Congratulatlons to the Class of '59 of Lassen Hlgh School You have com
pleted 12 years of formal educatlon and now have an educatlon greater than that
of the average adult ln the U S You w1ll use your knowledge ln many ways It
lS hoped you w1ll use lt wlth wlsdom As you know knowledge and wlsdom are
not always travellng companlons
Your class lS enterlng the world of adult llfe 1n a new age the space age
Thls age presents many challenges new to man I urge you to seek further knowl
edge and wlsdom so that each of you may contrlbute ln a large or small way to
the present and future problems of humamty
Prznczpal .s Message
Congratulations to the Class of 1959 Pour years ago you entered Lassen as
freshmen. Since that time we have seen satellites sent into orbit and rockets sent
toward the moon. Scientific progress and new knowledge of the world around us
has been unprecedented.
You as individuals have also progressed. From immaturity you have gradually
matured toward adulthood.
We, the faculty sincerely trust that we have helped you achieve your potential
academically, and have also helped to develop you into responsible citizens who
will confidently meet the problems of today and tomorrow. We believe in the
Public Schools, and believe in you, their product. We wish you well.
MRS GONI and MRS TOWELL
MRS. NEELY MRS. IANGDON and MRS. VARLEY
Left to right: Mr. Kleve, Mr. Osa, Mr. Newman, Mr. Hanson
Left to righty Bruce Leake, Iim Chittock, Dwight
Fisher, Don Enos, Roger Kautzman.
Left to rightp Mr. Smith, Mr. Terrill, Mr. Curtis.
The custodians and maintenance men
have really done a terrific job this year.
The grounds and buildings were kept in per-
fect condition and many new cabinets and
other things were built for the school.
The bus drivers really had a job picking up
all the students in the valley and taking them
home after school every day.
Thanks to all of you for a job well done.
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Woodshop II, III, IV, General Shop, Bookkeepmq, Record Keepmq,
Shop Math, Commerclal Math, Typmg I,
MR. BUESCHER MR. CHAPMAN MR. COPE MR- ENGEL
World Hlstory, Driver Educauon. Advanced Fine Arts, Ceramxcs, Beginning Iournalism, English I, Introduction to Radio Production' Advanced
Drawing, Beginning Design, Graphics. Busmehs. English TV, 511911511 1, WO1'lli
Geography, Enghsh II, World
Sr. Math, General Science,
Algebra I, General Math.
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MR. GENASCI MRS. GOODRICH MR. HASKETT
Boys' P. E. Civics and Senior Problems, Counseling. Chemistry' physics
A XL MR. KNIGHTON MR. MANKINS MR. AL MARTIN
Beginning Band, intermediate Band, Physiology, Bi010QY, General SCKGUCG. AUKO ShOP, General Shop, Driver
Chorus, Music Theory, Advanced Band. Training. Metal Shop I, Coaching
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.MR' RUJX 'MRTW Bows' Attendance, Boys' P.E. , Coaching, School Nurse. Latm, I, H.
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MR. IIOYVELI. MISS PUCCINIILLI MISS PURVIS MR. RUDIXIICK
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Left C0 fight: Mr. Roy Hooper, Presxdentg Mr. Murray Doyle, Member: Dr. C. C. Henriques, Clerkg Mr. Glenn Wemple, Vice President: Mr. Nell
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enlor Class Officers
SITTING Cleft to Rlghtl Llnda Ingram Yell Leader Jeannette Frazee Guls League Representatlve
Bett, Wllllams Yell Leader Snella Crever Yell Leader Sandra Petersen Secretary STANDING
Bob Grohs Treasurer NOT PICTURED Oscar Garcla Stude t Councll Representatlve Ed Brabham
LEFT TO RIGHT Elv1ra Garcla Iell Leader Lynn Dunn Glrls League Representatlve Sandra
Petersen Secretary Marshall Butner Presldent Bruce Stewart Vrce Presldent Bob Grohs 'Preas
urer Larry Terrlll Student Councll Representatlve Richard Mcfeely Yell Leader
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Los Angeles , California
Alturas , California
I am the master of my fate
C Basketball l,2, I. V. Baseball 1 B Basketball 2, Var
sity Baseball 2, 3.
"A flower is worthy of paradise"
G. A. A. l,2,3,45 Biology Club l5 Iunior Play iPublicityJ,
Senior Play iMake-upl, G. A. A. Representative 35 Girls'
League Council 35 Ski Club l,2, 35 Pep Club 35 Spanish
Party 25 Chico Conference 35 Ski Club Fashion Show 35
Secretary-Treasurer G. A. A. 45 Annual Staff 45 Ski Club
Representative 35 Grizzly Staff 45 Volleyball All-stars 35
Hockey All-stars 45 Drill Team Clell Contestl 2, 3.
"Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown"
Annual Staff l,2, 3, 45 Assistant Editor 35 Editor 45 Ski Club
l,2, 3,45 Ski Team 35 Point Recorder 35 President 45 G.
A. A. 1,2,35 Volleyball Champions 35 C. S. F. 45 Vice
President 45 Band l,2, 3, 45 Student Conductor 35 Redding
Music Festival 1, 35 Chico Music Festival 2,45 Redding
Band Clinic 2, 35 Lassen County Music Festival 1, 2, 3,45
Spring Concert l,2, 3, 45 Lassenettes 45 Chico Music
Festival, Small Choruses 45 Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3,45
Iunior Play Production 35 Senior Play Production 45 Chico
Conference 25 Student Council 3,45 Class Officer 35
Richardson Springs Conference 35 President 45 Richardson
Springs Planning Conference in Susanville 4.
"Let every man look before he leapsl "
Chess Club l,2, 3, 45 Baseball l, 3.
JOHNNY BAC HMAN
"He will give the devil his due"
Football 2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 C. S. P. l,2,
3,45 Vice President 35 Physical Science Club 1,25 Senior
and Iunior Play Cast5 Class Student Council Representative
2 , 35 Boys' League Representative 15 Class Yell Leader 25
Class Parliamentarian 35 Sierra Leaders Planning Confer-
ence 35 Christmas Pageant 45 Yell Contest Skit 2, 3.
"As merry as the day is long."
Band l,2, 3,45 Redding Band Festival l, 35 Chico Band Fes-
tival 2,45 lassen Music Festival l, 35 Spring Music Fes-
tival 1,2, 3, 45 Christmas Pageant l, 3,45 Chico Confer-
ence 15 Iunior Play Production5 Senior Play Cast5 Girls'
League Representative l5 Historian 45 Art Club l, 25 Fu-
ture Nurses' Club 3,45 Vice President 4.
"Can one desire too much of a good thing ?"
Fish and Wildlife l5 Track l, Z, 35 Treasurer Sophomore
Class: C. S. F. l,2, 35 Boys' League Representative C.
S. F. 2,35 Treasurer CClassl 35 Vice President C. S. F.5
Grizzly Staff 35 Football 35 Boys' State Representative5
Student Body President.
"What is done well is done soon enough! "
Susanville , California
AI.I DA BESELER
"The better part of valour is discretion. "
C. S. F. l,2,3,45 Biology Club 1,25 Girls' League l,2,
"For love deceives the best of womankind! "
Pep Club l5 B. I. O. Club Z5 G. A. A. l,Z,35 Chorus 3,
45 Class Secretary 1,25 Senior Talent Show 3,45 Spring
Music Festival 2,45 Christmas Pageant 3,45 G. A. A.
All-Stars 35 G. A. A. Iunior Class Representative 3.
"No man ought to look a gift horse in the mouth! "
San Mateo, California
Ski Club 45 Senior Play Cast5 Ski Club5 Music Festival at
Chico 45 Spring Music Concert 45 Redding Band Clinic 45
Lassen County Music Festival 4. Transfer from Sierra High
"He will answer all things faithfully. "
Susanville , California
F. F. A. l,2,3,4, F. F. A. Farm Mechanics Team 2,3,4
F. F. A. State Convention5 Basketball l,2,35 F. F.
Parliamentary Procedure Contest 4.
"Hang sorrow, care will kill a cat and therefore let us be
Football l,2, 3,45 Basketball 1, 3, 45 Ski Team 35 Ski Club
l, 45 Boys' league Representative l5 President frosh Class5
Vice President Sophomore Class5 Block L President 45 Sen-
ior Play Production5 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Block L 2, 3, 45 Vice
President of Student Body 3.
MURL DEAN BROWN
"Friendliness lies in her smile."
Little Rock, Arkansas
Business Club 3,45 Business Club Vice President 45 Chico
Music Festival l, 35 Chorus l, Z, 3,45 F. ll. A. l,2, 3,45
F. ll. A. Historian 25 F. ll. A. Point Recorder5 F. ll. A.
Secretary 45 G. A. A. l,Z,3,45 G. A. A. Volleyball All-
Stars 35 G. A. A. Hockey Champions 45 Majorettes 15
Pep Club l, 2 .
"Saying is one thing, doing another! "
G. A. A. 1,45 G. L. 35 LaSei 35 Variety Show 35 Sen-
ior Play, Production 45 Skating Club 45 Student Council 45
Chorus 45 Christmas Pageant 45 Grizzly Staff 4.
"Life is zest and all things show it! "
Student Council Representative 15 Football l,2, 3, 45 Bas
ketball 2, 35 Track l,2,3,45 Block L 2, 3,45 Chess Club 15
Junior Class Vice President5 Block L Secretary5 Senior
Class President5 Student Council Representative 25 Redding
Music Festival l5 Chico Music Festival Z5 Band 1,25 Stu-
dent Council l,2, 35 Boys' league Representative 2.
"Nothing is so dear and precious as time. "
Business Club 3, 45 Transferred from Westwood Iunior-
From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is
all mirth. "
Iersey City, New Jersey
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice President 45 Football 2, 35 Ski
Team 1,2, 35 Track 25 Tumbling Team 45 Junior Play Cast5
Senior Play Staff .
"Whistling to keep myself from being afraid.
"Such and so various are the tastes of men."
Football 1,25 Basketball 15 Track 15 Baseball 25 Folk Danc
ing 15 Roller Skating 35 Block L 2, 4.
IOYC E C OX
"Honest labour bears a lovely face.
Camrose, Alberta, Canada
F. H. A. 3,4.
"Truth is the highest thing that man may keep. "
Track 15 Tumbling 2,45 Biology Club l,2, 3,4.
"Great thoughts come from the heart. "
Susanville , California
Band l,2, 3,45 Redding Band Festival 1, 35 Chico Band
Festival 2,45 G. A. A. 1,2,3,45 G. A. A. President 42
Junior P1ay5 Senior P1ay5 junior Scholastic League 1,25
B. I. O. Secretary-Treasurer 25 Nursing Club 35 Lassen-
ettes 3,45 Christmas Pageant l,2, 3,45 Richardson Springs
Conference 35 Richardson Springs Planning Conference
45 C. S. F. 25 Boys' 6. Girls' League Yell Contest l,2,
3, 45 Lassen Band Festival 35 Westwood Band Festival 25
Herlong Band Festival 15 Song Leader, Class 45 Speech
G Drama Club 45 F. H. A. Fashion Show 35 Chico Confer-
"Let those love now who never loved before
F. H. A. l,2, 3,45 Business Club l,2, 3,4
She is ever soft gentle and low An excellent thing in
G A A l 2 3 Volleyball Champions 3 Band 1 2 3
Lassenettes 2 3 4 Christmas Pageant 2,3, 4, C. S. F.
1,2, 3, 45 President 45 Annual Staff 2, 35 junior Play Cast
and Senior Play Cast5 F. H. A. Fashion Show 2,35 Richard-
son Springs Conference 35 Richardson Springs Planning
Conference 45 Boys' and Girls' League Yell Contest 2, 3,
45 President of Pre-Nurses Club 35 Spanish Party 3,45 B.
1. O. Club 15 Girls' State Alternate 35 Redding Band Fes-
tival 1,35 Chico Band Festival 2,45 Lassen Open House
1, 2, 3, 45 Itmior Scholastic league 1,25 Senior Talent Show
45 Spring Music Festival 1, 2,3, 4.
"I am sure that care is an enemy to lifel "
"She is the very flower of youth! "
Long Beach, California Y
Pep Club 1,45 c.1x. A. i,z,35 F. H. 11. 35 r. H. A.
Fashion Show: G. A. A. Swimming Manager 35 G. A. A. ,M
Volleyball Champions 35 Girls' League Secretary 45 An- '
nual Staff 45 Senior Play Production5 Chorus Z5 Christmas
Pageant 25 Class Yell Leader 15 School Yell Leader 45 1' '
Richardson Springs Planning Conference 45 Drill Team for
Yell Contest5 Chico Music Festival 2 .
"In youth and beauty wisdom is but rare.
Volleyball Champions 35 Hockey Champions 45 Student'
Council 3, 45 G. A. A. 1,2, 3,45 Secretary-Treasurer 45
Ski Club 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 35 Annual Staff 3,45 Girls'
League Council 35 Band 15 Redding Music Festival l
Spring Music Festival 15 Chico Conference 35 Sierra lead
ers Planning Conference 35 Iunior Play Production 35 Sen
ior Play Production 45 Christmas Pageant 45 Spanish
Christmas Party 1, 2,35 Drill Team Yell Contest Z, 3
"The sweetest garland to the sweetest maid!"
G. A. I.. 1,Z,3,45 G. A. A. Girls' League Representative
35 G. A. A. Vice President 45 Girls' League Representative
1, 3,45 F. H. A. 15 Pep Club 1,35 Business Club 35 Spanish
Christmas Party 35 Homecoming Princess 35 F. H. A. Fash-
ion Show 15 F. H. A. Open House5 Tournament Princess 25
Volleyball Champions 3.
"Few things are impossible to diligence and skill! "
"Pearl of great price!"
G. A. A. 1,45 F. H. A. 1,45 Business Club 3,45 Presi-
dent Business Club 3,45 Nurses' Club 3,45 F. H. A. His-
torian 35 Volleyball All-Stars 35 Skating Club 35 B. 1. O.
Club 25 Folk Dancing 15 Pep Club 15 junior Play Production
"Young in limbs, in judgement old. "
Christmas Pageant Production 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Play
"Though an angel on the outward side!"
G. A. A. l5 Ski Club 15 Redding Band Festival 35 Chico
Band Festival 45 Annual Staff 45 Assistant Business Man-
ager5 Senior Talent Show 45 F. H. A. Fashion Show 35
Iunior Scholastic League 1,25 Band 3, 45 Lassenettes 3,
45 Open House 3,45 C. S. F. l,3,45 Student Council
Representative 45 Christmas Pageant 3,45 C. S. F. Pic-
nic 1, 3, 45 Lassen County Music Festival 3, 45 Chico
Solo and Ensemble Festival 3,45 Spring Concert 3,4.
"Brevity is the soul of witl "
F. F. A. 1,2,3,45Iudg1ng Teams 1,2,3,45
ketball 1, 3,4.
"In her tongue is the law of kindness!"
Yuba City, California
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Art Club I
"The fairest garden in her looks I "
G. A. A. 2,3,45 F. H. A. 2, 3,45 Business Club 35 Drill
Team 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Photo Club 25 Class Yell Leader
3, 45 School Song Leader 45 Westwood Volleyball Play
"They're only truly great who are truly good. "
We stwood , California
Football I. V. 35 Track 25 Iunior Play Cast 35 Senior Stu-
dent Council Representative.
"A wise man never loses anything if he has himself!"
B. I. O. Club l,2,35 President 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Christmas
Pageant 1, 2, 3, 45 Iunior Play Production5 Spring Music
Festival l,2, 3, 45 Chico Music Festival 1, 35 Redding
Music Festival 2,45 I. V. Baseball l5 Intramural Basket-
"The lion is not so fierce as painted!"
Su sanville , California
Art 15 Football 15 Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,3,4.
"To you, paradise is open! "
Folk Dancing 15 F. H. A. l,2,3,4.
"She lives amid love and laughter! "
G. A. A. 3,45 F. H. A. 45 G. A. A. Baseball Manager 35
Student Council Representative 45 Senior Class Yell lead-
er5 Editor of Grizzly Staff 45 Senior Play Cast5 Ski Club
3,45 Ski Club Fashion Show 3, 45 Girls' League Yell Con-
test 3, 4.
"Wise men say nothing in dangerous times' "
Boys League Representative 2 King Reverse Dance 4
Traclfl Z 3 4 Footballl 2 3 Blocl L2 3 4 Vice Presi
dent Blocl L Chico Conference 3 Drama Club 4 Tum
bling Team 2 3 4
B TTY LOU IONES
Old friends are best
Pep Club l Art Club 2
Grace was in all her steps heaven in her eyes'
Van Buren Arkansas
Pep Club 1 Folk Dance l Drill Team 3
Write me as one who loves his fellowmen'
Sophomore Class President Football Z Basketball 2
Baseball 2 Sierra Leader Conference 3 4 Wanderers
Club 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Ski Club 2 Speech and Drama
"But there's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young
Ski Club l,2, 3,45 G. A. A. l,2, 3,45 Ski Club Fashion
Show 3, 45 Senior Play Production 45 junior Play Production
35 Drill Team fYell Contestj, Senior Class Yell Leader 45
Pep Club 25 Annual Staff 45 Spanish Christmas Party l,2,35
Volleyball and Hockey All-Stars 3, 4.
and confidence shall be all your strength. "
C. S. F. l,2,3,45 President 15 Trip to Berkeley 35 Pic-
nic l,Z,3,45 Band l,Z,3,45 F. H. A. lp Folk Dancing l5
Junior and Senior Play Cast5 Chico Music Festival 2, 45
Redding Music Festival l,35 Pep Club 35 Speech and Drama
45 B. I. O. Club Z5 Richardson Springs Planning Confer-
ence 45 Class Treasurer 15 Christmas Pageant l,2,3,45
Spring Music Festival 1, 2, 3: Lassen County Music Fes-
"Oh, the heart is a free and a fetterless thing! "
Prairie Grove, Arkansas
G. A. A. l,2,35 Chico Music Festival 25 Redding Music
Festival 15 Chorus l, 2, 3,-15 Senior Talent Show 35 Class
Yell Leader 35 Class Secretary 25 B. l. O. Club l,Z5 B.
I. O. Secretary 25 Senior Play Production, Christmas
Pageant l,Z, 3, 45 Spring Music Festival l,Z, 3,41 Iunior
Play Production 35 F. H. Fashion Show 1.
"Dreams belong to dreamers, reality is mine!"
G. A. A. 15 Redding Music Festival 25 Chico Music Fes-
tival 15 Junior Play Production: Senior Play Production5
F. H. Ia. Z5 Chorus 1,25 Spring Music Festival 1,25 Pep
Club 35 S111 Club 15 .innual Staff 45 Grizzly Staff -15 Christ-
mas Pageant 15.4.
"In hor quietness is her strength!"
"Work is work, and must be done, but while I work I'll
have my fun! "
Basketball Z5 Photo Club Z5 Traci: H15 Football 35 Class
President 15 Pan American Club 1.
P '.,' 1 TTY LONG
"Swoot im.oct':.cu and Licauty :moot in ohm! "
Art Cluu 1,25 Pop Club Z5 B. 1. O. Club Z.
WALLY MANKI NS
"Wit is the salt of conversation!"
Football 1,25 Track 15 Photo Club 15 Block L 2, 3, 4.
"Love is around the corner! "
Drill Team 35 F. ll. Il. 35 Co:nrT.e:'.tator for F. ll. fi. l'as:z-
ior, S..ow5 junior Play Productiorq Senior Play Cast5 firt
"Drink yo to her that each loves best! "
"ii merry .ieart doe-t: good like a medicine! 1'
Peg Club 15 Art Club 2.
"To hear is to conquer our fate!"
B. I. O. Club l,2, 35 Speech and Drama Club 45 Christmas
Pageant 45 Football 45 Track 1, 2 , 3, 4 .
"I've taken my fun where l've found it! "
Ski Club 35 Block L 2, 3,45 Boys' League Representative
1, Wanderers Club l,Z,3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Basket
ball 1,25 Track l,2, 3,45 Chess Club 1,25 Iunior Play
"Seasoned life of man preserved and stored up in books !'
Chess Club l,2, 3,45 Vice President 15 President 2, 35
Student Council Representative 3, 45 Football 3,45 Track
2, 3, 45 Iunior and Senior Play Cast5 Wanderers' Club 25
Block L5 Wrestling Team 25 Speech and Drama Club 45
Christmas Pageant 2, 35 Science Club 1,25 Sierra Lead-
ers' Conference5 Quincy 45 Grizzly Staff 45 Square Dance
"I am content with my lot. "
F. F. A. l,2,3,45 F. F. A. National Convention5 F. F.
A. judging Team5 F. F. A. Treasurer5 F. F. A. President
4' Sectional Sentinel 4' Fish and Wildlife l.
"Who can control his fate ?"
Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 25 Fish and Wildlife 15 Gun Club
3, Art Club 2, Basketball 1.
Flowers are lovely love is a flower'
Cnico Conference 3, Senior Talent Show 3, 4, Major
ettes 1, 25 Chico Music Festival 25 Redding Music Fes-
tival 15 Spring Music Festival 1,2,3,45 G. A. A. 2, 35
Art Club 25 Chorus I, 2, 3,45 Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3,4.
"Friendliness that bubbles like champagne I "
Pep Club l.
"They that govern the most make the least noise!"
B. I. O. Club 15 Folk Dancing Club 15 Speech and Ixama
Club5 Skating Club 35 Chico Conference 15 Redding Band
Clinic Z,3,45 Christmas Pageant l,2, 3, 45 Herlong Music
Festival 15 Spring Concert l,2, 3,45 Lassen Music Fes-
tival I, Z, 3,45 Junior Play Publicity 3.
"A laugh lies hidden in his eyes!"
"W'hat's life without smiles ?"
Business Club 4, Business Manager of the Business Club
4, junior Play Production, Senior Play Cast.
RIC HARD MCFEELY
"Party is a madness of many for the gain of a few!"
Transfer from Christian Hothms High School at Sacramento,
"She doeth nothing but talk of her horse! "
Ski Club 41 School Play lg Ski Club Fashion Snow 45 Mag-
azine Sale Drive Z5 Science Fair 3, Pep Club 15 Spanish
"Life is one long process of getting tired!"
Football l,2, 3, Fish and Wildlife lg Baseball ly Track
l,2, 3: Block L 2,3,45 Tumbling lg Wrestling 2.
"Manners make the man!"
Football 1,25 Basketball lg Track lg Ski Team l,2,3,4g
Ski Club l,2, 3, 45 Block L 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Cast, Sen-
ior Play Cast.
"Her face, oh call it fair, not pale! "
Transfer from Westwood
"His feet run willing errands!"
Band l,2, 3, 41 Chico Music Festival 2, 45 Redding Music
Festival l, 3, Redding Band Clinic 2, 3, 4, Chico Small
Group Festival 35 Christmas Pageant 2, 3,4g Spring Music
Festival l, 2, 3, 45 Football l, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Basketball 47 Chess Club l,2, 3, Block L 3,-4.
"As soon as he is out of sight, also is he out of mind!"
F. ll. A. l,2,3,45 Speech and Drama Club 45 Majorettes
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance! "
Senior Class Vice President5 Boys' League President 45
Wanderers' Club 45 Block L 3,45 Track l,2, 3,45 Baseball
l, 25 Basketball 25 Sergeant-at-.Arms 25Fish and Wildlife
Club 15 Tumbling 2,45 Wrestling Z5 Band 3.
"Patience is the best remedy for every trouble. "
Class Officer l,2,3,-15 G. A. A. l,2,35 Badminton Man-
ager 35 Bowling Manager 35 lassenettes Z, 3,45 Redding
Music Festival 15 Chico Music Festival 25 Chorus 15
Iunior Play Cast5 Senior Play Production5 Chico Confer-
ence 25 Grizzly Staff 35 Annual Staff l,2, 3,45 Business
Manager 45 Student Council 45 Girls' State 35 Richardson
Springs Conference 4.
"I only know that I'm glad I'm living!"
Folk Dancing l.
"Wisdom is greater than rubies ! "
B. I. O. Club l,Z,3,45 Track l: Science Club 4.
"Wit and wisdom are born with a man!"
Salt Lake City, Utah
F. H. A. 2, 3,45 Ski Club 45 Ski Club Secretary 45 Senior
Play Productiong State F. F. Convention 45 F. F. A.
Public Speaking l.
r good name is rather to be chosen than great ricni s'
Men are most apt to believe wnat Uiey least understand
Football l,Z,3,45 Basketball lg Ski Team Z, 35 Track l,
35 Chess Club l5 Block L 3,45 Senior Class Productio
Christmas Pageant 45 Student Council 4.
"My business and art is to live!"
A sly young fish who is too clever to hook'
"Than nature made her5 beauty cost her nothing. "
'ie Albuquerque, New Mexico
A G. A. A. Z, 3,45 Chico Music Festival 25 Spring Music
,ff Festival 2,45 Chorus 2,45 Christmas Pageant 2,45 Major-
: ettes 35 Pep Club l5 Drill Team 35 Tournament Princess
1,35 Class Secretary 1,35 Girls' League Representative
25 Drill Team Secretary 3.
"The anger of lovers renews the strength of love. "
Class Yell Leader l5 Pep Club 35 G. A. A. 15 Chorus 25
Christmas Pageant 25 Chico Music Festival 25 Richardson
Springs Conference 35 Assistant Yell Leader 45 Head Yell
Leader 45 Speech and Exama Club 4.
"Fool, not to know that love endures no ties!"
junior Class Pre-sident5 Senior Class Vice Presidentp Stu-
dent Council 35 Band l,2, 3,45 Redding Band Festival 2,
45 Chico Band Festival 35 Junior and Senior Play Cast5
Pageant l, 2, 3, 45 Lassen County Music Festival 3.
"To err is-human, to forgive divine! "
"Men may live fools, but fools they cannot die ! "
Fort Smith, Arkansas
Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Baseball l,2, 3,45 Track 2,
K 7 35 Tumbling l,2, 3,45 Fish and Wildlife 25 Wrestling Team
"For hope is but the dream of those that wake!"
B. I. O. Club l5 Drill Team 35 F. H. A. 35 G. A. A. 1,35
G. A. A. Volleyball Champions 35 Majorettes 1.
'To that unknown and silent shore'
"Rolling stone gathers no moss."
F. F. A. 1,25 F. F. A. Basketball Team 1,25 F. F. A. Trac-
tor Team, Chico5 F. F. A. Judging Team.
"All I ask is to be let alone! "
J. V. Football 1,25 Varsity 3,45 Block L 3,45 Track 2, 3,45
Basketball 15 Basketball Manager 25 Track Manager 25
Grizzly Staff 45 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 15 Ath-
letic Manager 2, 35 Sergeant-at-Arms, Block L 4.
"All great men are dying! I don't feel well myself! "
Wanderers' Club 15 Pep Club 25 Block L 2,3,45 'Track 1,
2, 3, 45 Football l, 2 , 3, 45 Basketball 35 Wrestling 1, 25
Grizzly Staff 3, 45 Spanish Christmas Party Z, 3, 45 Junior
Play Production 35 Student Council 45 Vice President of
Class 15 Class Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Block L Treasurer 45
Boys' League Officer 3,4.
"Lunatic, Lover, and Poet!"
"Sweet are the slumbers of the virtuous man !,"
Northern Sacramento Valley Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 45 Spring
Music Concerts l,2, 3,45 Lassen County Music Festival l,
2, 3,45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Camera Club l, 25 Junior Play Cast5
"A merry monarch, scandalous and poor!"
"My heart is true as steel. "
B. I. O. Club 15 Ski Club 2,3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Senior
Class President 45 Block L l,2, 3,45 Football 1,25 Basket-
ball l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,4.
"I am as free as nature first made man! "
San Francisco, California
Fish and Wildlife l,2, 35 Photography 2: Football Man-
ager 2, 37 Track Manager 25 Block L 3,45 Boys' league l,
2 3 4
"Friendship is a sheltering tree!
"Beware the fury of a patient man!"
"There shall be no love lost."
Student Council 35 Pep Club l, 35 Sierra Leaders Confer-
ence 35 Skating Club 45 G. A. A. l,2,3,45 F. li. A. Fash-
ion Show 27 Senior Play Production 47 Girls' League Yell
Contest Hill Team 37 Dill Team 37 Ski Club Z7 junior Play
MARY LOU WILLIAMS
'Gentle and sweet, an excellent thing in women."
"There is a good time coming, boys!"
Los Angeles, California
Fish and Wildlife 1,23 Football 35 Basketball l,2, 3, 47
Block L 3,47 Track lg Boys' League Representative: Jun-
ior and Senior Playg Block L Representative: Baseball l,
"None but the brave desire the fair."
Football 3, 45 Basketball l,2, 3, 4, Track l,Z, 3, 45 Base-
ball l, 43 Fish and Wildlife l.
"What's happening ?"
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
"His bark is worse than his bite."
The hope of tomorrow lies in the young mind of today'
Klamath Falls Oregon
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August 28 1955, was the day our class first presented their bright and shiny faces
on Lassen s campus The seniors stared, but we weren't scared We wandered around
for a couple of days but soon got in the swing of thlngs We started off the year with
a bang by cleaning up the school grounds for a class proJect Charlotte Godman and
Ross Ellena, as Presidents of our class led us through a very successful year
With our flrst year gone we eagerly started our sophomore year Norman jones and
Ronnie Wharton were our Presidents So without further ado and so as not to make our
selves loolf lil e failures we will just skip ou.r Sophomore year and go on
we were upperclassmen We could look down on the Freshmen and Sophomores and
laugh at their foolish mistakes Our Iunior Play Arsenic and Old Lace, directed by
Mr Sugars, was a roaring success And our Junior Prom to the theme of Silhouettes
was enjoyed by all who attended Chucl Monroe was our President for both semesters
SENIORS, we ve made it at last Now for the Senior Ditch Day the Senior Ball
palnting the L the Senior partles and everything else that goes with being a high
and mighty Senior Om' Senior play Harvey directed by Mr Martin, our class ad
visor, was a wonderful hit On February 28th we held a March of Dimes Benefit Dance
which was well attended and lots of fun Greg Waltz and Marshall Butner were our
And now as our Senior year is over, we leave dear old Lassen for the last time
We aren't sad for we have had our good times and bad and now we are going out to face
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DON ALEXANDER w1ll my worldly possesslons Cmy feetl to Della Hewett
PATTI ALLEN w1ll need a baby sltter
MALCOLM ALLEY w1ll my purple convertlble to all Odle s glrl frlends
CAROL ATTAWAY w1ll my mghtmares and loss of sleep over the annual to Sue 1n hopes she has better luck
GINGER BACKES w1ll wear plnk lf Karen Graham w1ll wear blue
IOHN BACHMAN w1ll to Robert Oscar Abernathy and Ross my church key so that they can open the1r own Shasta
Cola Cans at the1r own soclal affalrs
I MARVIN BASS w1ll my Playboy magaz1nes to Errol and Rlch
I ALIDA BESELER w1ll my study hablts whlch conslsts of gettlng up at 5 30 a m to any poor soul who wants
I LORETTA BOUC HARD w1ll all my Sen1or partles to some unsuspectlng Iunlor I hope they wlll survlve
I ED BRABHAM w1ll Ronnle Saunders 3 feet of my helght so he can play basketball
I IOHN BRIA w1ll go back to San Franclsco
I JIM BRONSON w1ll to Ken Doyle Bob Abernathy Rrch Spaldlng Rlch V1al Errol. Langslet Ross Ellena Curt
McFarland M1ke Bradbury Dave Wmchell Iohn Whltesman and Mark Davls ABSOLUTELY NOTHING' I
I MURL DEAN BROWN w1ll Ioyce Ianls and Kr1st1ne my ab1l1ty to talk the teachers out of 1ce cream on the
last day of school C I w1ll too J
DEANNA BURNEY w1ll to Llnda Pate my Maypo
MARSHALL BUTNER w1ll my nose to anyone man enough to wear It
MARILYNE BUTTERFIELD w1ll my drxvmg ab1l1ty to anyone who doesn't want to learn how to drlve
KEN CAMPBELL w1ll lf Sandra w1ll
IOYCE COX w1ll my Sen1or Math Book to anyone who wants It
EUGENE B CHITTOCK w1ll my ablhty to know more good lookmg glrls and get fewer dates to anyone who
wants to go out wlth the boys
I DALE CRAIGHEAD w1ll my braln to a freshman to see lf he w1ll make better use of lt
I SHEILA CREVER w1ll to Patty Mulroney the fun and headaches I've had IH G A A
I KAY DEAL w1ll my w1ld relatlves Mark and Rlch S to Nancy McClelland who won't have them
I SUSANNE DIGGLE will my trusty watch to Satch and Mlke so they can phone people at an hour sooner than
12 OO a m
I LYNN DUNN w1ll my carefully studled avoldance of C S F to Donna Wemple
I DELL ELLIOTT w1ll my empty gas tank to Larry Olesen
I PAULYNE MARIE FAURE w1ll to anyone all the troubles of the Student Lounge and all my ab1l1t1es to get lnto
trouble to my brother Butch
I BILL FINCHER w1ll all of my thrown out transm1ss1ons to Roger Patterson
I IEANNETTE FRAZEE w1ll Charlene Parker the four palrs of drumstlcks and two drums that I have broken at games
because that s the only thrng I can thmk of that she doesn't need
GARY FRENCH w1ll my ab1l1ty to dlsagree w1th all the teachers to Larry Mallery
NOMA FRENCH w1ll my good t1mes at Lassen Hlgh to any freshman
ELVIRA GARCIA w1ll Just hope for my future plans
OSCAR GARCIA w1ll be glad to get out whlle I can thls year
CLIFF GEHRT w1ll Mr Shean's C1v1cs class to any Iunlor QUnfortunate guyll
LOREN GERMAN w1ll my spot on the Hard Plne Lassen Bench and Lrttle Mac to Ierry Wllkersen
SHARON GIBBANKS w1ll my h1p boot to Genny Hllton and hope lt doesn t get deeper
CHARLOTTE GODMAN w1ll the A I d1dn't get 1n Typlng II to my brother Calvln
JAMES GREEN w1ll my wound up seat 1n Mr Young s class to anyone w1th a fur l1ned parka and warm feet
BOB GROHS will my luck ln rolling V W s to any underclassman who wants to try
ROBERT S GROVER w1ll my bomb to Bruce H1ght for a Saturday nlght date It's got a heater'
RONALD HARRISON w1ll not be back ln 1960
DICK HART w1ll my place on the bench 1n basketball to Ken Doyle
IEANNIE HAYDEN w1ll my beautlful whlte teeth to Patty M who hasn't got her permanent ones yet
ODIE HEINZ w1ll never understand women but Alley thlnks he w1ll
LINDA INGRAM w1ll all my tlght skrrts to Pat Klnney because she lS the only one who IS th1n enough to wear
KEITH IAMES w1ll not elther do that nelther that oh'
BETTY IONES w1ll Patty German all of my books
FRAN IONES w1ll the wheel to Mr Chapman
I NORNLAN JONES w1ll my locker books and dlrty gym socks to my brother who w1ll be a freshman
MADELINE KAUFI-'MAN w1ll all the part1es dances games draggmg Ma1n and KNOWLEDGE I have had at
Lassen to Wanda Arnold and Llnda Fme
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I DILYS DOYLE will all the fun, parties and bad times I've had at Lassen to some unsuspecting underclassman.
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GLORIA KLIEWER w1ll my ablhty to stay out of trouble to Annarae Argo Here s hop1ng she uses lt wlsely
M.ABLE LANE w1ll never forget all the partxes I have had th1s year He' He'
MYRNA LANIGAR w1ll my w1ll1ng heart to Larry Dunn 1f he w1ll have It
EMILIO LLAMAS will the d1ce off my shoes to that gambler Don Vache
PATRICIA LONG will my brother Danny all the fun and knowledge In Lassen
IUDY MAPES w1ll my s1ster Susan all the thmgs I had at Lassen
WALLY MANKINS w1ll all of my detentron to my glrl Susle who I know w1ll be able to use It
LOUISE MARTINEZ w1ll a certaln barber to Prerre
LANNY MAYFIELD w1ll stay away from Alturas
CLIFF MERCK will to all coming freshmen all the fun I had 1n my hlgh school years at Lassen
TOM MCCLELLAND w1ll my seat 1n Semor Problems to a good lookmg blonde Iunlor
PAT MCDOUGALL w1ll to some gxrl who has a boy frlend who l1kes to sk1 my deepest sympathy lf she doesn t
l1ke the sport
RICHARD MCFEELY w1ll lf I ever get out of hxgh school
KAREN McKAY will Mr Engel as Adv English IV teacher good luck
IO ANN MARKHAM will my old gym shoes to Lea Vmdhurst
MIKE MILLER will my nlckname Wolf to any underclassman who thlnks he 1S man enough to take It
RICK MILTON w1ll my seat In Senior Math to some unlucky Iunior
IACK MORGAN will all the fun that I have had at Lassen to some lucky freshman
CAROL MORRIS will all of my good t1mes at Lassen to any underclassman who can handle them
IEANETTE MULLANIX w1ll my ClV1C5 book to anybody who wants lt
DIANE MYERS w1ll all of the fun that I have had at Lassen to Charlene Parker
AUGUST NAUYOKS w1ll my pos1t1on as guard on the vars1ty football team to any freshman who wants It
DAVID NEWMAN w1ll my dlrty gym shoes to anyone who wants them
LAREANNE NOBLE w1ll become D1ck's wlfe 1f he w1ll let me
LLOYD NORTH w1ll be glad to get out of here I hope I make lt
NANCY OLSEN will my brother all the fun I ve had at Lassen
LARRY ORMACHEA w1ll my track ab1l1ty to my pal Ian Packwood
end of next year won't f1nd her stark ravlng mad
I LOTTIE PILCHER w1ll be sorry to leave Lassen
I CRAIG POTTER w1ll my mechanlcal draw1ng equipment to anyone who can maneuver an A out of arch1tectural
ROGER POWELL will the budge at Dev1l s Corral to anyone w1th a heavy foot and an old car
DALE RICHINS will all my C s to Ilm Pnest who needs them badly
PEGGY RIGSBEE w1ll lf Ph1l w1ll
SANDRA SI-IADDEN w1ll all the partles of Lassen to some skmny freshman 1n hopes that she w1ll l1ve through
I BONNIE STEWART w1ll to Sally Salbllil my plaque w1th the yells on lt
I BRUCE STEWART w1ll my drums and musrc to anyone who can use them
I PAUL STOUT w1ll my worn out gym shoes to Mr Genascl to sell to some freshman
I JOYCE SUMMERHILL w1ll to Murl Dean Kr1st1ne and my s1ster Iane my ab1l1ty to cut classes and not get
caught QI was 1n Prudy s off1ce s1ck 'Pl
I GENE TANNER w1ll my knockmg rods In my hot Cheve to the next poor guy that buys one
I DICK TRUMBULL will and Loyalton knows It
I LARRY TERRILL w1ll clobber about 30 gxrls 1f they don't leave my personal problem alone I also w1ll my
good tlmes in h1gh school to Iay Talbot
LOWELL WALL w1ll marry Pat
KEN WALSH will forever go for w1ne women and song
GREG WALTZ w1ll my ab1l1ty to terronze and to get into trouble with all my teachers to Q9 ?J Leonard Cook
BERNIE WEISGERBER w1ll all the tea In Chlna to Mr Young
IANETTE WEST w1ll all my classes I have had 1n hrgh school to my brother
BETTY WILLIAMS w1ll my ab1I1ty to lose my Oakle accent to Linda Pate
MARY LOU WILLIAMS w1ll my place 1n t-he library to my sister Martha Wzlliams
GARY WILSON will my basketball ablllty to Rich V1al because he needs some
IOE WINCHELL will to Richle V1al a very small amount of my huntlng ab1l1t1es so he will have some
CHARLOTTE WINTERS w1ll lf Buddy w1ll and Ioyce and Oscar w1ll
ANN WYNANT will to Mary Ann my ab1l1ty not to honk car horns on Maln Street because she needs lt
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Norma Cordoba Mxchael Cummings
John Ehly Dean Elder
Gerald Fletcher Kathryn French
Mary Ann Chandler
Patrtcla German Richard Gllstrap
Annarae Ar o Wanda Arnold
Rrchard Drllon Danny Doolm
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FRONT ROW CLeft to Rlghtl Irene Llamas Secretary Patty Mulroney and Iudy Noble Yell leaders SECOND ROW
Harvey Armstrong Vlce Pres1dent Sonja Hardy Student Counc1lRepresentat1ve Susan Bennett and Leanna Lord Yell
Leaders THIRD ROW Larry Schorzman Treasurer Ronme Ch1ttOCk Pres1dent Jay Talbot Boys League Represent
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Roy Lynn Jones
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Senlor Class Representatlve
Iuntor Class Representatwe
Freshman Class Representatlve
C S F Representatlve
F H A Representatlve
Glrls League Representatlve
Boys League Representatrve
G A A Representatlve
Pep Club Representatlve
Blology Club Representatlve
Chess Club Representatlve
Skl Club Representatlve
Nurses Club Representatrve
Skatlng Club Representatlve
Speech and Drama Club Representattve
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FRONT ROW: QLeft to Riqhtl Henriette Arretche, Sandra Petersen, Dilys Doyle, Deanna Burney, Pat Kinney, Carol Attaway. SECOND ROW: Mike
Miller, Dick Trumbull, Marvin Bass, john Merck, Pete Hicks. THIRD ROW: Larry Terrill, Gary Wilson, Rich Vial, Rick Milton, Dale Craighead,
Mr. Powell, Advisor. BACK ROW: Sue Turner, Kenny Doyle, Iim Bengard, Annarae Arjo.
Vice President . .
Treasurer . .
Yell Leader ...............
C. S. F. Representative .....
Girls' League Representative . .
Advertising Manager .........
Athletic Manager . .
Annual Editor ....
Business Manager ..........
Senior Class Representative .
Grizzly Staff Representative . .
Block "L" Representative . . . .
G. il. Ir. Representative . . . . . . .
Presnman Class Reprtsentative ..
Sopnornore Class Represcqntative .....
. . . Marvin Bass
. . . Pete l-licks
. . Rick Milton
. . . . . lim Bengard
. . . . . Bonnie Stewart
. . . Ieannette Frazee
. . . . Ilnnarae Arjo
. . Iohn Merck
. . . . . . Rich Vial
. . . Carol fxttaway
. . . Sandra Petersen
. . . . . Larry Terrill
. . .Deanna Burney
. . . Gary Vvilscn
. .Xnrzarae Arjo
. .. . Sonja Hardy
Iuxior Class Re,urtsentati'.'e . . . Kenny Doyle and Pat Kinney
B. l. O Club Representative ........
Shi Club Reprr sentative .....
Business Club Repfrvswntativf- .
Chess Club Representative .......
Sung Leader .....................
Future Nurses' Club Rt-g,rese:.tat1-,fe . . . .
Peg. CluL Reprissentative . . . Patty Bjer.
Iianderers' Club Representative . . . . .
. . . Dale Craiqnead
. . . Dgljws Doyle
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FRONT ROW Ieannette Frazee Student Counc1l Representatlve Glorxa Khewer Presldent Sally
Sexdell Glrls league Representatlve Shen McKahan SECOND ROW Carol Anderson Sally Salbmx
Barbara Gregerson Jerry Karasek THIRD ROW Iames Fox Boys League Representatlve Iohn
Bachman Bev Fletcher Secretary Treasurer Dale Clark FOURTH ROW Orel Helnz Marvm Bass
Ixm Bengard Vlce Pres1dent NOT PICTURED Alxda Beseler Ann Wynant Mr Snyder Advlsor
The C S F among the1r actxvltles lnvaded a reputable college
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Bev Fletcher, Secretary and Treasurer, Sally Seidell, Girls'
League Representative, Gloria Kliewer, Presidentg Iim Be-ngard,
Vice President. NOT PICTURED: Jeannette Frazee, Student
Second Semester OM'eers
urerg Kay Deal, President, Carol Attaway, Vice President. BACK
Carol Anderson, Girls' League Representative. NOT PICTURED
Jeannette Prazee, Student Council Representative.
C eeond emesler
FRONT ROW: CLeft to Rightl Carol Anderson, Barbara Gregerson, Kay Deal, Carol Attaway. SECOND ROW: Sally Saibini,
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FRONT: CLeft to Rightj Barbara Gegerson, Secretary and Treas-
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FRONT ROW Left to nght Harriet Marr G
A A Representative Ginger Backes His
torlan Susie Diggle Secretary Treasurer
Annarae Ano Student Council Representa
tive Renie Wykes Freshman Representa
Gloria Kliewer Vice President Gay Hixon
Sophomore Representative Ieannette Frazee
Senior Representative BACK Miss Warner,
Girls, League Council
The Girls' League consists of all the girls in
the school and has really been busy this year. They
started out the year with a bang by winning the Girls'
League-Boys' League Yell Contest. The mother-
daughter Hi-Iinx came next.
Las'sen was the host school at the Richardson
Springs Conference this year since the President was
Carol Attaway The girls worked very hard to earn
the money needed to put on the conference
The year ended with the Installation Dance at
which the new Girls league President was installed
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FRONT ROW Left to rlght Sharon Hunderman Vertxa Cook Iudy Stewart Carolyn Cook Frances Shepherd V1rg1n1a Adams Patsy Burns Lea
Vlndhuxst Karen Anderson Diana Naef Sally Salblm Gay Hlxson Ianet Murtllo SECOND ROW Raelcne Iohnson, Madellne Mongolo, Iune
Stokes Mary Bradhurst Sally Seldell Ann Walker, Barbara Gregerson Carol Rledel, Darlene Elmer, Carol Anderson Carolyn Worley, Shen
McKahan Iudy Hughes THIRD ROW Donna Hart, Verna Houghton Shtrley Elledge joyce Petty Patty Mulroney Charlene Parker Reme
Wykes Cheryl Hall Chnsttne Yeakey Cora Sue Cralghead Leanna Lord, Mary Theodore Susan Mapes FOURTH ROW Lmda Whxte, Donna
Cook Betty Honea, V1CK16 Johnson Susan Iturr1a Soma Hardy Kathleen Strong, Lmda Reuck, Susan Bennett, Mar1lyn Worley, Wanda Goodwtn,
Susan Wallace, Iudy Morellnl FIFTH ROW Inesse Marr Dxana Chappuxs Barbara Cessna, Mary Ann Hull, Patty Mmnlck Deanna Sorsoll
FRONT ROW Left to rxght Lorna Ftne Lavonne Taylor, Sharon Prttchard Ieanne Alexander, Ioan Langdon Chrlstlne Tassx Wanda Arnold
Lmda Ftne Angle Lopez Donna Clark Tresa Chavez SECOND ROW Stanleean Wykes Norla Scott, Laralon Lovell Norma Rlppetoe Phyllls
Panter, Karen Alway Sandra Hansen Mary Olsen Harrlet Marr, Barbara Dteter Donna Nxcholas THIRD ROW Nancy Amesbury, Annarae
Arlo Patty Bjorn, Sue Turner Eltzabeth Methvm Mar1lyn Rtchlns, Pat Ktnney, Sue Thomas Kathy Iarvls FOURTH ROW Mlss Purvls, Advtsor
Dtlys Doyle Madeltne Kauffman, Llnoa Ingram Pattl Allen Shella Crever Lynn Dunn Charlotte uodman BACK ROW Paulyne Faure, Murl
Dean Brown Mabel Lane Sandra Shaoden Betty Wllllams Deanna Burney lean Hayden
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ager Harrlet Marr Gufls League Representatlve SECOND ROW Manlyn Rlchrns Pomt Recorder Annarae Arjo Student Councxl Rep
Volleyball Manager Mlss Purvrs Advxsor
The Soph Frosh t1e up started thlngs rollmg for the G A A They were ln charge of plan
mng, and gettlng partlclpants for the contests Next came the 1n1t1at1on of new members
Hockey was the flrst sport and the Ir Sr team came out vlctorlous over the Frosh Soph
The G A A Reverse Dance had a terr1f1c crowd and the decoratlons were 1n keepmg wrth
the theme of Iust A Dream
A spread was held after each play off and the wmmng team was honored
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FRONT Jim Henson President SECOND ROW Marshall
Butner Secretary Keith James Vice President Dick
Trumbull Treasurer THIRD ROW larry Terrill Sergeant
at Arms Gary Wilson Student Council Representative
Mr McCaughey Advisor
This year, as always, the Block L was busy
and active as ever. They had a membership of 46
boys. To join, the boys must earn 16 points of which
7 must be from playing first string. They may earn
5 points for staying on the squad all year.
Their largest project for the year was the Lassen
Invitational Basketball Tournament. They had charge
of the tournament and printing the programs. The
money from this is used to feed the players on trips
and to pay part of the transportation.
Other small projects were going on all the time,
such as getting plaques for the record holders and
earning money to buy athletic equipment that the
School District could not afford.
FRONT ROW QLeft to Rightl Dave Newman Dale Richins Cliff Merck Wally Mankins Marshall Butner Dick Trumbull Larry Ternll Mike
Miller Greg Waltz Keith James Jim Bronson SECOND ROW Gary Wilson Mike Bradbury Larry Ormachea Jan Packwood Bernie Weisgerber
Ron Harrison August Nauyocks Al Honea Don Honea Bill Burr THIRD ROW Frank Peterson Trenton Allison Gerald Fletcher Larry Bell
Bob Abernathy Brent Johnson Don Vache Errol Langslet David Murphy Larry Olesen FOURTH ROW Jerry Edgecomb John Attaway Gene
Seitz Doug Priest Richard Vial Pete Hicks Maurice Sanchez John Merck Jack Shepherd Jerry Wilkerson BACK ROW Jerry Douglas
Danny Johnson NOT PICTURED Lloyd North Gene Chittock
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Asslstant Edltor Sue Turner
Bus1ness Manager Sandra Petersen
Asslstant Buslness Manager IGGHHGUCG Frazee
Senlors Pattl Allen and Dllys Doyle
Act1v1t1es Patty Bjorn and Nancy Amesbury
Classes Susle Dlggle and Cl'1I'lSt1l'l6 Yeakey
Organlzatlons Don Mambourg and Inesse Marr
Boys Sport Greg Waltz and Gary Wllson
Glrls Sports Annarae Arjo
Advertlsements Norman Iones, Robert Oakes, Sally Sa1b1n1, Dlana
Naef, Madel1ne Kauffman, Myrna Lanlgar, Dllys
Doyle Pattl Allen, Inn Bronson, Gay Hlxson, Kenny Doyle
TYDlStS Madellne Kauffman and Myrna Lanlgar
Art Work Marvln Benner and Mr Chapman
Cover Deslgn Gary W1lson
FRONT ROW Cleft to Right, Nancy Amesbury Patty Bjorn Sue Turner Chrxstlne Yeakey Susie Dlggle Annarae Arjo Pat
Smith SECOND ROW Sandra Petersen Myrna Lamgar Madel1ne Kauffman Pattx Allen Gay Hixson Sally Salblnl THIRD
ROW Ieannette Frazee Diana Naef Dllys Doyle Carol Attaway Robert Oakes BACK ROW Gary Wxlson Greg Waltz
Norman Jones Kenny Doyle Don Mambourg
Future Farmers of America
SEATED: Left to rightg Mr. Witke, Leland Robinson, James Bengard, Tom McClelland, Tom Pitzqefaldl
Dan Strout, Bill Sutherlin.
The Future Farmers of America, or "F F A " as it is commonly known, is the
natlonal orgamzatlon of, by and for boys studylng vocatlonal agrlculture 1n publlc sec
ondary schools under the provlslons of the Natlonal Vocatlonal Educatlon Acts
As an mtegral part of the program of Vocatlonal Educatlon 1n agrlculture 1n the pubhc
school system of Amerlca, the F F A has become well kn
other natlonal student orgamzatlon enjoys greater freedom of self government under
adult counsel and guldance, than the Future Farmers of Amenca Organ1zed ln November
1928 lt has served to mot1vate and vltallze the systemat1c lnstructlon offered to stu
dents of vocatlonal agrlculture, and to provlde further tra1n1ng 1n farmer 1t1zensh1p
There are four grades or degrees of actlve membershrp Greenhand, Chapter Farmer
State Farmer, and The Amer1can Farmer These grades of membershlp are contlngent on
defxnlte accompllshment 1n connectlon wrth the vocatlonal agrlcultural program of the
school SD9C1flC levels of lnvestments leadershl and h l h
own ln recent years N
, p, sc o ars lp are set up for each
FRONT ROW Seated Mr Wltke Leland Robxnson Iames Bengard Tom McClelland Tom Fxtzgerald Dan Strout B111
Sutherlm SECOND ROW Standxng Harry Andersen John Ehly Dav1dDennrs Glenn Dennls Ben Prlce Edd1eWlstos
Edd1eCoff1n ArtB k
ec ett john Luond Ronme Saunders THIRD ROW Standlng Roy Jones Larry Mallery Ronme Grover
Gary Mallery Ed Bradham Gene Tanner Rxck Mrlton Gary French Roy Elmer Boyd Vanl-'leer
F H A.
The F. H. A, was very active again this year. They started the year by initiating
many new members. To promote better family living they had a Christmas Family Night.
A career meeting was held to help the members understand opportunities in Home Eco-
nomics. The purchase of UNESCO coupons helped the girls to understand their neighbors
both home and abroad.
Home, School, and Community Beautification was taken care by planting roses at
school. The annual F. H. A. Fashion Show was a real success.
The club sponsored a dance and ended the year with the election and installation of
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FRONT ROW Left to rign Murl Brown Secretary lnesse Marr Elvira Gracia Song Leader Joyce Cox Degree Chairman Kathryn French Repor er
Nancy M Clelland listoriar Paulyne Faure SECOND ROW Caroly Powell Girls League Representative Leann wright Sharor Farwell Phyllis
Panter Karen Alway Pat McDovw THIRD ROW Barbara Mclarrin Vice President Barbara Montgomery Sandra Hansen Ann Wynant Student Council
Representative rmr Walrter Mrs Vaughan Advisor FOURTH ROW Stanlean Wxnes Harriet Marr Treasurer Donna Nicholas Parliamentarian
Nlancy Olsen D lla Hewett BACK ROW Linda Ingram Pat Kinney President Ioan Langdon NOT PICTURED Mary Ann Chandler Vertia Cook
Violet Cook Raelene Joh o Judy S ewart Mary Theodore lean Wright
FRONT ROW: Left to right: Danny Naef, Virginia Adams, Barbara Gregerson, Nancy Walker.
SECOND ROW: Kean Hayden, Iudy Trevethick, Linda Ingram, Patti Allen, Ierry Ecigecomb
Kenny Campbell, Carol Attaway, 'l'lllRD ROW: Marilyn Richins, Ioan Langdon, Dilys Doyle
Doug Forrester. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Powell, Advisor, Cone Svitz, Chuck Vincent, Dale Richins
lack Diehl, Roger Powell, Iohn Bria.
The Lassen High Ski Club was suc-
cessful this year through various things
they did. The fashion show, trips,
races, parties, and dances are exam-
ples of their activities.
At the Fashion Show, the new 1959
ski clothes, equipment, and skis were
shown. After the fashion show there
was a dance.
The two big trips this year were
made to Alta, Utah, during Christmas
vacation and to Aspen, Colorado, dur-
ing Easter vacation. Several small trips
were made to such places as Slide Mt. ,
Nevada, and Mt. Shasta, California.
To earn money for the club's use
there were cake sales, candy sales and
dances. The money which was earned
was used for ski equipment.
With the help of Mr. Powell, and
the interest among the members in the
club, the skiing season for 1958 and
'59 was a real success.
FRONT ROW: Left to right, Linda White, Mary Olsen, Judy Stewart, Incsse Marr, Madeline
Mongolo, Verna Houghton, Cora Sue Craighead, Pat Martin. SECOND ROW: Ioyce Whitehead,
Darlene Elmer, Bruce Amesbury, David Bennett, Harvey Armstrong, Eddie Lawson. THIRD
RONV: Rennie Chittock, Carol Anderson, Sally Sexdell, Ann Walker, Sharon Layrnon, Cheryl
Hail, B,-tty Williams. BACK ROW: Ben Price, Dan Cummings, Richard Brahham, Michael
Cummings, Danny johnson, Bill Burr, Iohn Attaway, Paul Smith.
Thls year the Buslness Club operated the
candy and lCG cream concesslon 1n the stu
dent lounge durlng the noon hour Proflts from
the concesslon were shared wlth the rest of
At the end of the year the club made two
trlps and had a banquet One trlp was taken
to the Buslness College 1n Reno and the other
to Yuba C1ty Hlgh School
FRONT ROW flleft to Right! Laura lean Wright Marilyn Butterheld
Pauline Faure President Vxolet Cook Patra McDougall Busmess
Manager BACK ROW Murl Brown V1ce Presldent Della Strong
Advertrsing Manager Pat Smlth Secretary Vrrginla Hilton Treas
urer Sandra Reuck NOT PICTURED Stanleann Wykes
Future urses Cltb
KNEELING fLeft to Rightl Marilyn Richlns Ioan Langdon Elizabeth Methvm Patty
Bjorn BACK ROW Mrs McClure Advlsor Sue Turner Annarae Arjo Carol Anderson
Karen Graham Vuginla Backes
Thls year the Nurses Club made
ln Reno they vlslted the Rovls School
of Nursmg St Mary s Hospltal and
Washoe Medlcal Center In the bay
area they v1s1ted vanous types of nurs
lng schools such as the Unlverslty of
C6llfOIT1la s School of Nurslng Stanford
School of Nurslng and others
To make money for these trlps they
sold frult ln the student lounge durlng
the noon hours
Another of thelr accornpllshments
was a Pollo Educatlonal Program whlch
was hlghly successful
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storles to the staff and then set a deadllne
After the stones were flnlshed I dummled the
coples I then got ln touch wtth the prlnters
and Mrs Varley to see when they could prlnt
I, as buslness manager of the Grlzzly,
sent out bllls to the adverusers, recorded
payments, and collected ads for the papers
I also was a typlst for the Grlzzly
My Job as exchange edltor has been to
mall out our paper to other schools, recelve
all papers from other schools, and wrlte a
column on what other schools are dolng I
was also a typlst
My Job has been to get features for the
paper Also I COpl6d the plctures on the
stenclls As feature edltor I worked closely
w1th the sports edltor I also helped get ads
for the paper I helped Larry Terrlll wlth hrs
plcture taklng, too
Deanna Burn ey
Gosslp Column for the Frosh and jr s
I-hgh School Confldentlal has been one
of the speclal Grlzzly features thls year
Thls column, along w1th many other features ,
contests poems, and news storles, has been
the work of
Ioan Langdon and Suzle Whlte
Gosslp Column for the Sophs and Sr
We have contnbuted to the Grlzzly the
d1rt column now called Snoopln Around
We have wrltten speclal features and news
stones We have both had beats to cover
Pattl Allen and Myrna Lanlgar
As sports edltor I wrote up all sports
events I have been photographer for the
paper and also wrote up other storles and
covered my beats
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FRONT ROW Left to rlght Deanna Burney Myrna Lanlgar Pattl Allen Ioan Langdon Suzle Whxte BACK ROW Mr Cope
Advlsor Larry Ternll Lxnda Ingram Patra McDougall Alxda Beseler
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ROW: Larry Ormachea, President: Pete Hicks, Alvin Honea, Errol Langslet.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Powell, Advisory Richard Vial, Bob Grohs, Secretary-Treas-
urerg Mr. Irvin, Advisor.
The Biology Club this year is plan-
ning to take a three-or-four-day coast
trip to San Francisco. They will earn
their money for this trip in various ways.
For example: Game concessions, vic-
tory dances and cake sales. The trip
always proves to be great fun for every-
This club was started in 1955 whena
group of boys took a trip to Yellowstone Park.
In 1956 they returned to Yellowstone to see
what they had missed the first time. The
year 1957 found these boys touring Idaho,
Sun Valley, and the Stanley Basin. This same
year they went to San Francisco and saw the
49'ers play Baltimore. The football fans re-
turned to San Francisco in December of 1958
to see the 49'ers play Green Bay.
The boys earn all their own money. ln the
past they have earned money by painting house
numbers on curbs, washing cars , and sponsor-
ing school dances.
The president this year is Larry Ormachea,
with Bob Grohs helping as Secretary-Treasurer.
Mr. Powell and Mr. Irvin are the advisors .
When the club is on a trip they camp out
and do most of their own cooking.
The size of the club is limited to the
number of boys who can ride in two cars.
Membership is prized and lack of attendance
at meetings or weak participation in projects
has not been a problem.
FRONT ROW: Wanda Arnold, Christine Tassi, Loma Pine, Elizabeth Wylie. SECOND
ROW: Robert Oakes, Hank Kinney, Dale Cralghead, John Dumbauld, lim Green,
Left to rlghtz RoXi:1eyWujht, SUSlE' Whlte, Joan Langaon, Mary Ann Robmson,
The F5510 DYOJUCQIOYZ class, taught by Mr.
Engel, was added to thr l.dSSl'Il lllqh School cur-
rlrfullm this ycar, althoufgrz .I 1. mol lx mfw course.
fir: qoursc has hmm 1jlVlP!l nfl limi ora durmg past
ypars 'Nllh varying moment. Thls year students -
rhc four oi item - were responszblc for the prodrlcnoi
of Lasse: High Time, the schcol's dally l5-rilipte
rails program. Studs-ms dnl the amtouncmq, ex-
juxsermg, and prcpareri thv contents for the daily
Mos: of me proqmrrxs wmv l:lDC-ICCOYQUQ, egiher
gr. classrooms or Qlsfgwlwri- Uri mv pampus, zrgmgmg
ll5lE3T.EI5 :lose :O rho school throuqh the DIOGJEGSLS.
lie stpjezirs ,ill Lrztorulr-ws vvxth teachers, other
students, and vLsLt0rs, Cx task whlcn proves to :ae
any oi the most 'i-frmmllrmg and -llfflrzuli. They also
'wrote :gr-ws .mms frmr ml- lnrcmllct-x:st:5 Ar.-1 all of iiw
1:1Lr'm'.lctfaQ' dfll sl 1:14711 :rnxtm-rml lwlorc lmli rlltrer iEe3
1.-.liuro p-'mrilozts JL thc zfmullgasi. Those dr-3 1,ls: .i
Ll-xv ,nf many :rurqys may hasl Lo so iunrxg :xo
Leu Lo rlqht: Mary Ann Roblnson, Susxo Whats, Ioan Langdon, Rodney Wlghc, and Mr.
78 Engel, Advlsor.
Speech and Drama Club
The Speech and Drama Club was formed this year for
the first time, by Mr. Sugars. Although a brand new club,
it boasted nearly forty members
Their chief ambition was to go to San Francisco and
watch a professional stage play They raised money for
this occasion by candy sales and sponsoring a movie
They also gave exchange assemblies with other
schools and gave pep assemblies for Lassen
FRONT ROW Cleft to Right, Patty Bjorn Elizabeth Methvxn Judy Trevethxck Christine Tassx Sandra Petersen Sue Thomas SECOND ROW Nancy
Amesbury Sue Turner Suzie White Ioan Langdon Snaron Pritchard Lavonne Taylor Sally Saibim THIRD ROW Barbara Mclarrin Diane Myers
Karen Graham Virginia Backes Gloria Khewer Joyce Whxtehead FOURTH ROW Manlyn Rxchins Mike Bradbury Jean Hayden Roger Powell
Mary Ann Robinson Mary Olsen BACK ROW Mr Sugars Advisor Nomian Jones Bernie Weisgerber Dale Richins Mike Miller
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Bonme Stewart Anna Gonsalves Secretary Treasurer Hennette Arretche Sergeant at
Arms Patty Bjorn Student CouncllRepresentat1ve Annarae Arjo Prestdent SECOND
ROW Elxzabeth Methvxn Sue Tumer Nancy Amesbury Raelene Iohnson Dxana Randolph
Angle lopez Patsy Burns Patty Mlnmck LaVonne Taylor THIRD ROW Ioan Langdon
Sherx McKahan Dlana Naef Gay Hxxson Llnda Vxncent Mary Iane Leoneslo Joyce
Petty Shlrley Elledge Iudy Hughes FOURTH ROW Stanleean Wykes Patty McDow
Ianet Munllo Norma Cordoba Norla Scott Rene Wykes Deanna SOTSOII FIFTH ROW
Mar1lyn Rxchms Donna Clark Della Strong Kathy Strong Mtss Purvls and Mr Martln
Advxsors BACK ROW Susan Iturna Soma Hardy Susan Bennett
The ODJGCTZIVQS of the Chess Club
are to lmprove the playlng sklll of a
chess player, to mterest more students
ln the game of chess, and to prov1de
a llfe long lnterest 1n a worthwhlle
Th1s year the chess club has spent
many noon hours playlng wlth members
of the Hlgh School team and at mght
they play other school clubs, the Iunlor
College team and the Faculty
Out of town games have been play
ed w1th Chester, Greenvllle, lone Pme,
Qulncy, Reno, and others
STANDING Left to rxght Bxll Crane Larry Bell Secretary
Bllly Ingram Tommy Woods Mr Rudmck Adv1sor SEATED
Student Councxl Representattve Randy Stone NUI' PICTURED
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Dale Rxchms Mlke Mlller
Malcolm Alley Presldent
Band and Ma oreltes
FIRST ROW Ieannette Frazee Irmmy Stewart Don Mambourg Pat Sm1th Iohn Dumbauld Bruce Stewart Lorna Frne, Patsy LeDou, Danny
Attaway john Brra Glorla Klrewer Glnger Backes THIRD ROW Gary Wheeler, B111 Crane Elame Langley Neva Markham Charlotte
Godman, Verna Houghton Karen Graham Ierry Wrlkerson Gary Buffon FOURTH ROW Harry Proctor, Carl North, Doug Forrester Dxane
Myers Cohn Walker Lowell Wall Clrff Gehrt, Paul Smxth FIFTH ROW Mr Knlghton, Wayne Wall Ierry Doolm, Lloyd North B111 Ingram,
Left to rrght Betty Honea Sharon Laymon Lrnda Reuck
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FRONT ROW: Left to rrghzg Norma Tack, Margaret jack,
Frances Carmen, Mable lane, Norma Rippetoe. SECOND
ROW: Barbara Sullrvan, Donna Jayne, Mary Bradhurst,
Sandra Reuck, Murl Brown. THIRD ROW: Diana Randolph,
Sharon Prucnard, Sharon Eastwood, Ianice Moody, Deanna
Burney. BACK ROW: Carol Morrrs, Loretta Bouchard,
Ioyce Petty, Sandra Shaodon, Paula Iornes.
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frm Bronson Mlke Bradbury Lloyd North
STANDING Gerald Fletcher Frarklln Peterson, Larry
Terrxll KNEELING Iohn Ehly Larry Bell
FRONT ROW: Left to rrght: Iohn Bachman, Mrke Miller, Cliff Merck, Rich Vral, Dick Trumbull, Maurrce Sanchez, Dale Rlchlns, Lloyd North
SECOND ROW: Byron McCaughey, Larry Bell, Irm Bronson, Brent johnson, Frank Peterson, Larry Terrill, Ixm Bengard, Gerald Fletcher, Sheldon
Carman, Bob Genasci. THIRD ROW: Bob Abernathy, Ioe Wlnchell, Errol Langslet, Iack Shepherd, Mrke Bradbury, Pete Hicks, Marshall Butner
Ronald Harrison, Iohn Ehly.
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Weed man almost gets Wrnchell.
Lassen I urns on .Stcanz
Lassen Varsity upset Weed Frrday mght, Sept. 26, 19-12,
Gorng Lnto the second half, Lassen had a 13-O lead but Weed
fought back to make rt 13-12, Wrth only 1 mlnute 36 seconds
left, Lasse: panted to Weed. Weed got the ball rn rts own
5-yard lrne afzer a clrpprng penalty. Then the entrre Lassen
lrne rushed the Weed quarterback when he started to pass and
caused hun to fcrmble the ball rn hrs own end zone. Irm Bengard
Jumped on the fumble to grve Lassen rts thrrd touchdown.
to Bout Wcvrl 1.9 I0 12
Ioe Wrnchell made the frrst :eachiown on a long run around
rrjht end. The second touchdown was the real thrrller of the
day. Pete lllCriS threw a long pass rntended for Bob Abernathy,
DJL the pass was too hlgh for Boo. He reached up and de-
flected the ball to Brent Idhnson who caught the pass for a
The Lassen Varsrty won :hree games rn a row.
Left to nght lack Shepherd Ronme Harnson Sheldon Carman, Mlke Mxller
Left to nght 11m Bengard Dale Rlchms Bob Abernathy Brent Iohnson
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Two Paradise men try hard
to stop Wmchell
Abernathy tr es for galn
Winchell makes tackle
wh le Bronson watches
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On Frlday n1ght September 19 the Lassen
Varslty made lt two w1ns 1n a row by defeat1ng
Parad1se 33 13 after beat1ng Qulncy 34 0 the week
At halft1me the score was t1ed 6 6 but Lassen
f1nal1y got rollmg to break a 3rd quarter tie of 13 13
by getting three touchdowns 1n the final quarter
For a wh1le rt looked bad for Lassen when
Paradise opened up 1n the 3rd quarter w1th a touch
down drlve to go ahead 13 6 but Lassen rallled
to t1e the score and go on to w1n the game by a
The bleachers were f1lled to capaclty
Vtlhen the Varsity took the f1eld at the start of
the game Lassen had the following ln the startmg
l1neup Brent Johnson Frank Peterson, Sheldon
Carman 11m Bronson Ronald Harrison Larry Ternll,
Wlnchell and Rlchard V1al
Lassen Quarterback Errol Langslet was hurt
badly 1n the 3rd quarter when somebody stepped
on h1s left leg, cuttlng a deep gash to the bone
wh1ch requlred Z0 stitches
Touchdowns scored for Lassen were by Pete
H1cks Bob Abernathy Rlchard V1al, and Cliff
lassen Varslty lost to the Modoc Braves 18 7 on
a very hot Saturday afternoon The loss stopped the
Lassen Vars1ty s w1nn1ng streak at three games
The only score for Lassen came in the fourth
quarter on a long pass from Errol Langslet to Pete
H1cks The pass play was good for about 61 yards
Modoc led at the half 6 0
LASSEN UNDERMINES YREKA
A m1ghty 1.assen team beat the strong Yreka
Miners 7 6 on Fnday, October 10
Iassen won the game the hard way by makmg
1ts touchdown 1n the f1rst half and then holdlna
Yreka off the goal l1ne untll the last few m1nutes
The touchdown for Lassen was made on a run
around r1ght end by Rlchard V1al Rlch also made
the extra po1nt on a run around r1ght end
Tackle Larry Bell got h1s nght knee hurt badly
1n the f1rst half and mlssed the rest of the game
LASSEN DERAILS SPARKS RAILROADERS
A determmed Lassen Varslty beat the Sparks
Rallroaders 21 19 Fnday October 17 1n a hard
Ioe Wlnchell made the frrst Lassen touchdown
on a run around r1ght end
Next Pete H1cks intercepted a pass and went 72
yards for the second touchdown Ioe also made the
th1rd and final touchdown for Lassen on another run
around r1ght end
downs on a run Bob Abernathy caught a pass from
Pete H1cks to pick up another po1nt after touchdown
Joe Winchell also made a po1nt after touchdown
None ot these touchdowns could have been
made w1thout the blocklng of the 11ne
HORNETS STING GRIZZLIES
The Enterpnse Hornets beat the Lassen Varsity
13 0 to spo1l the Lassen Homecoming on Saturday
The Enterprise team was much brgger than the
Lassen team but Lassen played a good game,
sa1d the Lassen coaches
It was the last game for the followmg M1ke
M1ller Larry Terrlll, Ronald Harnson 11m Bronson,
Sheldon Carman Joe Wmchell Lloyd North Iohn
Bachman Marshall Butner D1ck Trumbull, Lanny
Mayfleld, Chff Merck and Dale R1ch1ns
The Varsity ended the season w1th a 5 win
2 loss record to become the best varslty team at
Lassen 1n at least 15 years
Abernathy ls rn the clear
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I V Football
FRONT ROW: Left to right: Al Martin, Coach: Eddie Lawson, Jess Delgado, Larry Olsen, Doug Priest, Ron Bradbury, John Attaway, Gene Selgz Phll
Bertanzoni, Eddie Calvert, Danny johnson, Bill Sutherlin, Gary Eastwood. SECOND ROW: Steve Beckett, Jerry Douglas, Leonard Cook Chuck
Vincent, Robert Oakes, Bill Harvey, Ierry Edgecomb, Ioey Hay, Harlan Rippetoe, Iim Fashing, jan Packwood, Al Honea. BACK ROW: Ron Chittock
Sam Brines, Elijah Nauyoks, Larry Schorzman, Bill Burr, Harvey Armstrong, lay Talbot, Jerry North, Iohn Merck, Jerry Wilkerson, Bill Ingram Ted
The Lassen I.V. lost their first game of the
football year to Quincy, 6 to 0.
They were victorious over Paradise 21 to 0.
The I.V. ls won their second game in a row
over Weed 14 to 0.
Modoc went for a loss when Lassen came
through 19 to 6.
The I.V. 's lost to the strong Yreka team 26
to 0 to end their three-game winning streak.
The Sparks I.V. 's ran over Lassen 26 to O
making another loss.
To end the season the Enterprise LV. 's beat
Lassen 19 to O, giving us 3 wins and 4 loss-
es for the season.
BOB ABERNATHY TRENTON ALLISON FRANKLIN PETERSON
IUYHOT 5 10 Junior 6 2 Iumor 0 3
KENNY DOYLE DOUGLAS PRIEST I-OR-EN GERM- N
Iumor 6' Sophomore 6' SeUl0Y 5' 10
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Douglas, Ron Chittock, Dan Iohnson, A1 Honea, Iames Fashing, Eddy Calvert, Eddy Lawson, Bob Genasci, Coa Nornerto
Cordoba, Maurice Sanchez, Curtis McFarland, Ian Packwood, Iack Shepherd, Leonard Cook, Gene Seltz.
The CBD, Basketball Team
In The SBU Games
31 Lassen 56
IUMP IAN IUMP' THAT S THE WAY TO HOOK DOUGLAS'
A Came mth Herlong
GIVE THE WORD BOB WHO s THE HEP CAT AT THE DRUMS 9
WEED STOMPS LASSEN
The Weed Cougars beat the Lassen
A team 54 29
Bob Abemathy was hlgh po1nt man for
Lassen w1th 9 polnts Bob made all of h1s
pomts 1n the 4th quarter
Weed led 15 3 at the end of the flrst
quarter and 25 10 at half The th1.rd quar
ter score was 42 12 Lassen made 17 polnts
the last quarter to g1ve them a 29 54 flnal
Lassen made only 25! of 1ts free shots
wh1le Weed made 544, of then free shots
LASSEN TOPPLES DEFENDING
FEATHER RIVER LEAGUE
The Qulncy Trojans put up a st1ff fxght
but Lassen came from behlnd to wrn 40 35
Lassen was behlnd 8 4 at the end of the
flrst quarter and 20 1 at the half
Lassen put 1n a great second half to
outscore Qulncy 28 15 The Lassen team
really put on a show ln the last mmute and
a half to w1n the game
Joe Wmchell a guy who lS really
comlng up fast and LS one of Lassen s bet
ter ball players led the Grlzzlles w1th
14 pomts Gary W1lson was r1ght behlnd
Joe w1th 8 pomts Gary and Joe are almost
always leadlng Lassen 1n scorlng You
can count on them to score regularly almost
Tlus was the second stralght w1n ln the
Feather Rlver League for Lassen wh1ch was
then t1ed w1th Portola for f1rst place
PLAYER F TS
J1m Bronson who Jolned the team a
llttle late made rap1d progress and before
the season was over played regularly
LASSEN B S BURN OUT
On Frlday January 16 the Lassen
B team won a hard fought battle It happen
ed 1n the Chester gym The Lassen B team
battled flercely agalnst the tough Chester
team At the half Chester had a 5 polnt
lead but th1s d1dn't help Chester any
In the second half the Lassen team came
out of the shower room full of pep and f1ght
ready to play even the New York Kmcker
bockers Lassen fought hard and they were
rewarded when they won by a 35 32 v1c
Lassen made 9 out of 18 free shots
for SO! Chester made 8 out of 16 for
SO! Lassen s hlgh polnt man was Leonard
Cook w1th 10 polnts
Th1s game was won by good team work
PLAYERS F TS
LASSEN B'S PICK UP 5TH
The Qumcy B team surged ahead of
the Lassen B team to w1n 43 26
Wlth only 30 seconds left 1n the thlrd
quarter Lassen was only 3 po1nts behind
the greatest margln to separate the teams
up to that polnt but Qulncy turned on 1ts
drlve to make 5 polnts 1n those 30 seconds
and go on to w1n the game
The half tlme score was 14 13 ln fa
vor of Qumcy
Lassen had 19 fouls
Oulncy shot 26 free shots and made
17 for 657, whlle Lassen shot 9 and made
4 for 45 A
Leonard Cook led the Grxzzly scormg
w1th 8 pomts followed by CUITIS McFarland
who had 7 Maur1ce Sanchez had 6 Jerry
Douglas had 3 and Al Honea had 2 po1nts
Th1s was the flfth stra1ght loss for
the B team the defendmg Feather Rlver
LASSEN B S LOSE TO SPARKS
The Lassen B team lost to the Sparks
Jurucr Vars1ty 47 27 on Huday December 19
Jerry Douglas was hrgh po1nt man for
Lassen w1th 9 polnts
Lassen made only 5 free throws out
of 23 shots whlle Sparks shot 22 and made
7 free throws
PLAYER F T S
RENO GIANTS BEAT LASSEN MIDGETS
A tall Reno Junlor Varsxty gave the
Lassen B team a 64 44 l1ck1ng
This was the most polnts scored by
Lassen thls season
Reno had about 8 or 9 players who
should have been on the A team because
of the1r slze In Cal1forn1a basketball
players are put on teams accordlng to s1ze
but 1n Nevada they do as we do ln foot
ball They go by grade and expeuence
lnstead of slze
Al Honea was hlgh polnt man for
Lassen w1th 14 polnts
Lassen made 6 out of 15 free shots
for 404, compared w1th Reno s 12 out of
19 for 63
RENO RUNS LASSEN IN
On Saturday January 10 the Reno
Husk1es clobbered the Grlzzlles 68 39
It was more lrke a practlce for Reno
than a game Reno LS over 3 tlmes blgger
Gary Wllson a r1s1ng star for Lassen
and Brent Johnson led the Grlzzly team
w1th 7 pomts each
Lassen d1d beat Reno at one thlng
We made 522, of our free shots compared
w1th Reno's Sl!
There were 42 fouls called ln the game
25 on Lassen and 17 on Reno
Lassen had only 3 polnts the flrst quar
ter all by Gary Wllson
PLAYER PT S
LASSEN MAKES NINE FREE THROWS
Loyalton squeezed by the Lassen B
team 23 21 1n a close game to the end
Lassen could have won lf lt had only
made half of 1ts free shots We made only
272, compared w1th Loyalton s 56!
Jerry Douglas made 9 polnts to lead
the Grrzzly scorrng Curtls McFarland
had 8 and Maunce Sanchez had 4 pomts
They were the only scores for Lassen
Th1s game was won on free shots
Loyalton made 9 free throws and Lassen
made only 3
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LASSEN DOWNS CHESTER
The Chester Volcanoes trled to blow
up Lassen s w1nn1ng streak 1n the Feather
R1ver League but they fa1led
Lassen s score was 48 to Chester s
44 Thxs was the f1nal score of the frrst
meet1ng of these two schools thls year
Gary Wxlson led the Lassen scorrng
at the end of the f1rst half w1th 8 po1nts
but he was fouled out In the second half
before he could get any more polnts
Rlch V1al played an excellent game
He stole the ball qu1te regularly and was
t1ed w1th Trent Alllson and Brent Iohnson
for top scor1ng honors w1th LO pomts
Lassen made 9 more held goals than
Chester but Chester caught up w1th us by
maklng 22 free throws to our 10
PLAYER F TS
LASSEN FINALLY DOES IT
For the f1rst t1me 1n f1ve years the
Lassen A team beat Herlong
The score was 43 39
Brent Iohnson was h1gh scorer for
Lassen w1th 12 polnts Gary WIISOH had
8 Rlch V1al and 11m Bronson each had 7
11m really played a good game and
showed us that he has what lt takes
PLAYER F S
B TEAM EDGED OUT BY TIGERS
Black Frlday An appropr1ate name
for Fnday 23rd of Ianuary On thrs fate
ful day the Portola T1gers beat the Lassen
GYIZZILQS In a close and exc1t1ng game by
a score of 4l 35
H1gh DOLHL man for Lassen was Al
Honea w1th ll pornts Also scor1ng for
Lassen was McFarland w1th 7 Douglas
and Sanchez w1th 6 each Cook w1th 4
and Packwood w1th l
Lassen made 9 of ll free shots for
81 9! Portola made L5 of 25 for 60!
Although Lassen had a better free throw
percentage Portola gOt more pomts on
free throws than Lassen
OVERTLME GIVES LASSEN WIN OVER PORTOLA
The score was tled 48 48 at the end
of regulat1on play but Lassen out scored
Portola 6 2 ln the 3 mlnute overtlme to
w1n 54 50
Ioe Vlhnchell led Lassen w1th 15 pomts
and R.1ch1e Vlal had L3 Gary Wllson had
The game was close all of the way
Although Lassen had a 6 polnt lead w1th
four m1nutes to go Portola caught up w1th
us to t1e the score
PLAYER F PTS
GRIZZLIES SINK VIKINGS
On january 17 the Lassen B team
journeyed to Herlong to wallop the Herlong
Lassen swamped the V1k1ngs w1th a
score of 56 32 In thls excrtmg and cl1
macuc game the B team Just romped all over
the poor v1k1ngs
One reason for Lassen s succes s came
from the fact that Lassen brought along a
root1ng sect1on that was just about as blg
as that of Herlong Herlong be1ng out
played and out yelled just couldn't stop
the frred up Lassen squad Havlng In
Jured h1s ankle ln the f1rst half Douglas
had to s1t out for awh1le He was soon
back In the game agaln and helped h1s
teammates w1n by scorlng IO po1nts Also
scor1ng for Lassenwere Cordoba and Iohnson
Wlth l po1nt each Honea and Shepherd w1th
2 po1nts each and Sanchez w1th 8 porrats
Hero for the evenlng was h1gh po1nt man
Leonard Cook who scored 18 po1nts for
Lassen made L6 out of 28 free shots for
57 lf Herlong made 4 out of 9 shots for
LASSEN WINS AGAIN OVER WESTWOOD
Lassen stomped Westwood 64 20 1n
what d1d not even look llke a league game
but more l1ke a practlce for the whole Lassen
Coach McCaughey gave all of h1s play
ers a chance to play and they all scored
If the coach nad not had mercy on
Westwood there 15 no tell1ng how h1gh the
score would have been
Trenton All1son was hlgh scorer w1th
12 polnts Whlle Bob Abernathy had LO and
R1ch Vlal had 9
Lassen remamed IH flrst place rn the
C1355 A DIVISION of the Feather R1ver
You s1t tnere helpless pray1ng for
Just one thrng A chance
The score IS t1ed 56 even and your
team LS 1n possess1on of the ball w1th 30
seconds to play The crowd 1S crazy and
your team 1S LH the c1rcle and the clock
lS runnlng out and the cheerleaders are
g o1ng out of thelr m1nds But there s
noth1ng ln the world you can do about rt
All you can do 1S s1t there where you
are helpless Because you re only a re
serve a thrrd strrnger a stand by A
bench warmer You can SLI and watch yes
b ut that 1S all Ronnle Dav1d and Ken
Berry know th1s hopeless feehng They re
tall and well coord1nated but nerther of
them has been able to crack the l1ne up
th1s season They're bench warmers Thls
You know what 1t's gorng to be llke
You re go1ng to s1t there and Walt The
game LS someth1ng 'way off 1n a dlfferent
world but you st1ll know what they should
have done on that last play what YOU
would do on the play com1ng up
Everyth1ng that happens on the court
happens to you too The try for a pornt
The long pass to that man ln the open
Pass' Pass the ball' You're on your feet
In a frenzy of excxtement A basket' You ve
done 1t' Yes your team and you' Even
here on the bench you re a part of the team
And yet when lt s over when 1t's done
you feel well how can you explaln It 'P
Alone Somehow you feel alone
In a way the bench warmer can be
as unportant to the game of basketball as
the star He shows up for practrce and
really g1ves the star a work out He s
there to su1t up and get ready and lf a
m1racle occurs go 1n and play h1s heart
out when lt counts on Fr1day mght
He knows the same exc1tement and
sense of del1r1ous accompllshment when
h1s team has won as does the guy who
played the full game and made the w1nn1ng
basket He feels the same despondency
when hrs team yes HIS team has lost as
does the fellow who mlssed an easy shot
or fumbled a play He feels the same love
for the game the 1nexpl1cable devot1on
as does the star who gets all the cred1t
and all the newspaper space
No he may not play much He may
not break any records He may not be too
well coordmated Maybe he doesn t even
belong 1n a umform But there's one th1 g
about h1m He s out there to try to glve
lt a chance And that's really about as
much as you could ask of any man
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Inesse Marr Myrna Lamgar Susanne Dlggle
The theme for Annual Week th1s
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Chrlstlne Yeakey Don Mambourg Sue Turner
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BACK ROW Madehne Kauffman Sandra Petersen
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The homecoming game was held on
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was well attended and many old but
Left to right: Sandra Petersen and Marshall Bdtner, Lea Vindhurst and Iaox Shepherd,
Norma Cordoba and Errol Langslet, Chrxstme Yeakaey ani Sheldon Carmen.
familiar faces were seen in the crowd.
Norma Cordoba was crowned Queen at
the halftime and she reigned over the
dance later that evening.
The Grizzhes are coming through! !!
"just A Dream" was the theme for the Dance.
G A. A. Reverse Dance
Cliff looks awfully camera-shy! ? ?!
Bonme crowns Keith "K1ng for a Night. "
Block L Initiation
F F A. Initiation
Sus1e White receiving her award from
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Sheila Crever third place winner
Sandra Petersen second place
Pump harder Norm' l
When Gary gets that sinister expresslon
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We re gomg on a hon hunt We re not afra1d" '
Refugees from the old lolks homel'
The wmners of theme, Operamon Mau Ball '
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Step rlght up 1ad1es ana gentlemenl' 'lhe sxde show
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FIRST SEMESTER Sally Salblm Frances Wxlllams and Bonme Stewart
Fran head yell leader Sally, and Bonme
SECOND SEMESTER Bonme Stewart head
yell leader Sally Saxbml andSus1e Dlggle
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Football Season Elvlra Gracxa Henrlette
Arretche Anna Gonsalves, Patsy Burns
Basketball Season Hennette, Elvxra, Patsy,
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One mad scramble!!
First period dancers
Second period dancers
Joseph and Mary alias Marilyn Richins and Sally Saxbxm
Gabrxel IS blessing the shepherds
Volce choir dxrected by Mr Sugars
Christmas Pa eant
Chorus and Lassenettes combmed
The Semor Play
Easy does lt, Dilys. There's that crazy Llnda Inflfaml
John, you ham!!
Linda Ingram .
David Newman .
Mme Miller . .
Kay Deal . .
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. Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet
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. . . Elwood P. Dowd
. Veta Louise Slmmons
Iudge Omar Gaffney
My rtle Mae Slmmons
Iudy Mapes . .
Iohn Bna . . .
Gxnger Backes .
. Betty Chumley
. . Duane Wllson
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Kenny Campbell and the Marlboro Man KR1ch Spaldingj try out their talents.
"The Greenhalghsu did spectacular acts and stunts on their
unicycles and trampoline.
Iames Titus cracks a joke as he plays the piano.
Mr. Ioe Ellis showing one of his fine Javanese scarves
Miss Shirley Duncan illustrating her bicycle ride around
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Elvlra Garcla and Rorxme llarrlson arc CXClr3lmlDQ over a rcirxqurator
Q1 Ldgggn Propane, who frequently pauomze the Whitu Fountam
Lassen Lztho Sunnse Bakery
Mr bI1ftOH 15 STIOWIUQ DOFPG Hifi and lim Stewart hOW the Dflmef S Barbara Gregersow and Carol Rledel fmd xt nard to choose from the
DFGSS IUIHS Out mam! 90041 Jobs at Lassen I-1010 wonderful delectables found at the Sunnse Bane
Looks like Kenny Campbell and Sandra Reuck are plannlng on buying
some paint. Going to do some painting, kxds ?
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Pat Slfllfll and Lowell Wall really look .nterested XN that new washxng that new Plymouth. Sounds like a good idea anyway.
machlzxe. l'll bet lat. would:1'tm1nd washlnq at all wlth a machme
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Here we see ,Xnnarae Arjo and Sue Turner trying to decide whether to Ginger Backes and Dick Han look llke they are having lots of fun at
buy a slam or a jacket. Girls, why don't you settle lt and get both? the Texaco Oil Co.
Linda West and Iudy Young have found great satisfaction in shopping
at Rich's Golden Rule Market.
Rich's Golden Rule Market Bank of Ame,-icq
Bank of America.
Do you suppose that Doug Nichols and Dick Holybee are applying for
a loan ? They know that they will get the utmost co-operation at the
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Torrey Drug Store Williams Furniture Store
lean Hayden is out on a hilarious lipstick shopping spree with Bob Larry Terrill and Mary Ann Hull are found in Williams Furniture Store
Grohs as chief advisor. They find friendly service ar Torrey's Drug. looking at the various colors and fabrics available for furniture. Com-
fort is sure to be yours if you buy at Williams.
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Here we find Leslie Coffin and Kathy Alosi at Coffin Company, a com- N
pany of great integrity.
Model Laundry dl Dry Cleaners
Service with a smile plus fast and efficient service maize Robin
Thompson and Iohnny Attaway glad they patronize the Model Laundry.
California Pacific Utilities - -
Marvin Bass and Kenny Doyle are watching men from California Pacific Tidewater II Company
Utilities install the new transmitter in front of the new Safeway Store. Tidewater O11 15 the best bet as faf as Wally Maniims and Susie White
are concerned. Smart people.
Standard O11 Company Lewzs Style Center
Well here 15 Ioe Wlnchell and Bob .nernathy out at the Standard O1l D11YS DOYIS SHCI LYNN D1-VIN CBN I reslst lOOk1f1Q vi The darling S
Plant They both agree that Chevron IS a superlor product OUif1IS fOUf1G if L9W1S S
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Bruce Stewart and Gary Wilson look as though they ought to be buying I wonder what Ierry Fletcher and Christine Yeakey want done by
white wall tires for their cars. Susanville Auto Wreckers is the place Grayson's ? Whatever it is, the job will be done efficiently and well.
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Suza 1e and Marshall Butner for that love look irhheir eyes--love for the beautiful new "59" For -H
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