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Page 13 text:
TOD picture, L to R-Dale Lansford, Patsy
Keith, Marilyn Peterson, Edna Hughes, Vernon
Welter, Fred Pamell, Margaret Hamilton,
Donna Gill, Center, Mrs. Premo, adviser.
Lett, L to R-Ruby Hlrabayashi, Muna Bullock,
Richard Hughes, Coy Gore, Garland Atkinson,
Right, L to R, Back row, Ray Hix, Allen
Shirley, Alene Merryman, Louise Simmonsplfront
row, Creighton Willbanks, Carolyn Nelson,
The freshman assembly was a negro min-
stel directed by Mr. Miller.
Special honors were extended to the follow-
ing: Nancy Ruth Peterson. student council
member: Vernon Welter, Merit Board repre-
sentative: Lola Mae Longley, Y-Teen treasurer,
Donna Gill, Barbara Branch, and Lola Mae
Longley, Y-Teen delegates to Asilomarg Monta
Sue Miller, Spartan News salesman, Mary
Frances Kissick, basketball queen's attendant
Diane Pike and Larry Jones, typical students,
Monta Sue Miller and Donna. Gill, Pleiades
salesmen: Norman Burns, speech winner in the
Strathmore High FFA contest, Donna Gill, Pat-
sy Keith. and Barbara Branch, C.S.F. mem-
bers, Lola Mae Longley, G.A.A. all-star, Nor-
man Burns lettered in football and track.
These participated in basketball: Larry Jones,
Nicky Rodriquez, Dale Lansford, Alvin Long,
and Joe Takemoto. Others participating in foot-
ball and track were Dale Lansford and Wil-
bur Hansen. Monta Sue Miller, with Donna Gill
:is her business manager, was candidate for
This class has many memories about the
yi-:tr that are very precious to them.
-'By Donna Gill
L to R--Kay Craven, Peggy Douglas, Bud
Goings, Donald Isam, Robert Etheridge
Barbara Cargile, Barbara Branch.
Bottom, L to R, Back row, Wilbur Hansen,
Rosalie Speck, Lenore Lowe, Donald Rondong
Front row, Monta Sue Miller, Lola Mae Longley.
Page 12 text:
'Pop picture I, to R- Jackie Haney, Larry Jones.
Iva Hunt, Jam-t Gonzales,
l.cft picture l. tu R-Floyd Clinton, Alvin
Bolihy l"letclier, Gary lilcflmvan, Hope
Lane, .Iune Kelso, Mary Frances Kissick.
Right picture L to R Mary Royer, Bobby
ilarrl:-ion, Norenc Speck, Nicky Ro1lriy,:uez, .loc
Trikcnioto, llaskel Norton.
Bollom picture L to R Arthur Sloan, Nancy
Ruth Peterson. Diane Pike, Charles Gill, Nor-
man Burns, Alvin Fox.
l. to R John Milan, Louis Rcisig. Vir-
ginia Keck, Myrtle Rowton, David Noel
In reminiscing wc find that after they got.
acquainted with high school and with upper-
ilassmen, the freshman class participated in
many events and were honored on various oc-
casions. The most important and prominent are
mentioned in this Pleiades.
Nancy Ruth Peterson was the active presi-
dent of the class. Myrtle Rowlon and Larry Jones
were vice-presidents. Diane Pike was secre-
tary and Barbara Branch, treasurer. Charles
Hill was sentinel and Vernon Welter was Merit
Board representative Monla Sue Miller was the
cute little yell leader. Mrs. Premo was the cap-
able class advisor.
Parties were highlights of the year. They
included a Hallowe'en party and a picnic. Don-
na Hill was general chairman for the former
and committee chairmen assisting were decora-
tions. Margaret Hamiltong refreshments, Lola
Mae Longley, entertainment. Donna Gill: and
tlezin-up, Charles Gill.
Special committees were very numerous and
ellicient throughout the y0!ll'. Nancy Ruth Pet-
ceson led the committee in choosing a play
which was presented at the Service Club Christ-
mas Party. Barbara Brunch was chairman of
the freshman assernhly committee, Decorations
for the assembly were arranged hy a commit-
tee with Lola Mae l.onp.:ley, chairman.
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I. to lt Belly Tirkel, Shirley Williams, Mary Lynn Black- I. to R VV:iyman Roberson. Rohie Easllark. lflnedina Run
wood, Gary Sortors, Gary Humphrey. Shirley Speaks, llorolhy Dodson, Homer Perry.
I. to R Dolores Hubbard, Linda. Parman, Sam Stephens. I. to R Carolyn Rowell, Lloyd Thetford. Juekie VYinninghain,
Richard lluberman, Morrie lflfseaff, Leroy Spuhler. Roy Volkoff, Billy Coleman.
l, in ll Gary llarlin. llunuld Berryhill, John Brou1.ghlon, Belly I- ill R WNV! l'l'Hf'li0l', VVl'SlUl1 BNHS. Clylllf Gllfiullll. L90
M4-Ulgginl pm, B1-it-gel, Akins, 'Pronye Alexander. Sealed: Jean Busby, Nzuwy Riggs
Mr. Smith, Adviser.
Everyone can give the honors for "the class with the most Students to the 51-52 Sophomore class. They topped all the
other classes with 11 total of 66 students at the beginning of the term. and during' the whole year their number decreased
only three, leaving' them with 63 students at the end of the year. The class officers were: President, Gary Garlinl V130-
president, Morrie Efseaffg Secretary. Jerry Nanamnra: Treasurer. Lloyd Thetford: Adviser. Mr. Sniith.Their class had stu-
dents in several different school organizations. such as C.S.F., to which Shirley Williams. Tronye Alexander, and Bar-
bara Farless belonged. Linda Parman, Shirley Williams, Tronye Alexander. Carolyn Rowell, Ellen Rogers. Shirley Col-
lins, Maurizio Foster, Enedina Ruiz, Nancy Riggs. Betty McClain. and Betty Tickel belonged to another school organi-
zation, the G.A.A. Of course, the boys made 11 name for themselves. too. in the field of sports. Wiley Crocker held the
honor of being Captain of the C-class "Champs" in basketball. Joaquin Rodriquez was Captain or' B-class basketball:
and Lloyd Thetford, also B-Class. led Strathniore's light-Weight football team. Sophoinores served and entertained
at the Junior-Senior Banquet. They were Shirley Williams, Mary Lynn Blackwood. Tronye Alexander. Maurine Foster,
Linda Parman, Betty Tickel, Jerry Nanamura, Lee Akins. Waymon Roberson, Lloyd Thetford, and Val Zuniga.
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