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Page 13 text:
. . Ever ready to rejoice in our victories
Mr. G. Mackie
the head athletic coach and
a sponsor of the Sophomore
Class, received his training at
Whittier College, Utah State,
Nevada State, and at Flag-
staff. I-le teaches general
science and health and
Mr. I. D. Quass
was graduated from Green'
ville College and the Univer-
sity of Nebraska. He is a
sponsor of the Sophomore
Class and teaches social sci-
ence, biology, and visual aids.
Miss Alta Mortensen
the adviser for the Girls'
League and the F. H. A.,
teaches home making and
chemistry. She received her
training at the University of
Arizona and at Oregon State
Miss Marie Valenzuela
the school nurse, has many
duties pertaining to the health
of the students. She took her
nurse's training at St. Ioseph's
Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.
Mr. I. Peckenham
who teaches music and directs
chorus and band, received his
training at Northwestern Uni-
versity in Evanston, Illinois.
He has also done graduate
work at Arizona State College
Miss Frances Ybarra
received her college training
at Arizona State Teachers'
College at Tempe, and at the
University of Michigan. She
teaches Spanish and com-
merce and is the Freshman
. These are the teachers of Litchfield High School!
Page 12 text:
. . Ever ready to help' us with our troubles .
Mr. N. R. Borg
who teaches commerce cmd
journalism, and is adviser tor
the Desert Howl, attended Ari-
zona State College at Flag-
staff and Colorado State Col-
lege at Greeley.
Mr. R. Hayden
did his college work at Cres-
ton, Iowa Junior College, Kan-
sas State Teachers' College
and at the University of Ari-
zona. He is in charge of the
study hall and library and a
sponsor of the Iunior Class.
Mr. C. B. Coor
a sponsor of the Senior Class,
adviser tor the Boys' Alliance,
counselor, and track coach, at-
tended Colgate University and
Arizona State Teachers' Col-
lege at Flagstaff. He teaches
industrial arts and driver
Miss E. Hundhausen
did her college work at the
University of Missouri and at
Washington University, St.
Louis. She teaches English, is
a sponsor of the Senior Class,
and the adviser for the
Ever ready to share in our pleasures
Mr. I. Garcia
is a post-graduate of Arizona
State Teachers' College at
Tempe. He coaches baseball
and assists in the coaching of
football and basketball.
Mrs. Iucmito: Iarnison
who teaches English, mathe-
matics, and speech, did her
college work at the University
of Iowa and the Arizona State
Teachers' College at Tempe.
She is a sponsor ot the Iunior
Page 14 text:
Our classmates, the Seniors of 1950, now leave L. H. S. .
Under the faithful leadership of the class officers: Willie Fulks, president Don Coulter,
vice-president loyce Wilson, secretary5 and LaNe11 Henry, treasurer, the Senior Class has tin-
ished the year of 1949-50 with success.
A gay party started the social lite of the year which was climaxed with an exhausting,
but thoroughly enjoyable "ditch clay."
After due consideration, the rose was chosen for the class emblem rather than the sun-
flower, and green and white were selected as class colors.
The Seniors lived up to their motto, leading the other classes throughout the year in
scholarship and in extra-curricular activities. Striving to make our school bigger and better,
the class oi 1950 has been the "backbone" of L, H. S.
Donald R. Coulter-Football 1-2-3-45 Golf 25 Baseball 15
Track 3-45 Desert Howl Staff 45 Chorus 45 Band 1-3-45
Lettermen's Club President 45 Letterrnen's Club 3-45 Class
Vice-President 45 Christmas Pageant 3-45 Wickiup Staff
45 Class Assembly 25 University Week 2-3-45 All-Star
Football Honorable Mention 2.
Ronald Warren Craiqo-Football 3-45 Basketball 2-3-45
Chorus 2-35 Band 1-2-35 Golf 25 Letterrnen's Club 2-3-45
Christmas Pageant 2-3-45 Music Night 1-2-35 Class Assem-
bly 2-3g State Basketball Tournament 35 Wickiup Staff 45
Desert Howl Staff 4.
Wayne Brummell-Chorus 2-45
A Band 1-2-45 Cheer Leader 45 Foot- Ronald Chapple-Band 1-2-45 Class
Linda Brannin-Chorus 3-45 Declama-
tion Contest 45 Christmas Pageant 35
Class Assembly 35 Wickiup Staff 4.
sembly 1-2-35 Drum Major 2-3-45
Octette 45 Wickiup Staff 45 Christ-
mas Pageant l-2-4.
ball 45 Honor Roll 2-45 Class As- Assembly 1-2-35 Boys' Alliance Rep-
resentative 35 Christmas Pageant
1-2-35 Wickiup Staff 4.
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