William Logan Stephens Middle School - Scroll Yearbook (Long Beach, CA)

 - Class of 1950

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f iiiiiii itciii ifcrMttf I E(i It. " -s d «iW o Iff fu ure s s notm In which we, the youth of 1950, will play an important part. The year 1950 itself causes us to Yonifcler boi)4 thfe future, mostly because this year marks the half of the 20th century. The great strides being made iry try tispyrta ion, communication, astronomy, medicine and many other scientific and domestic fields are enough Ao mywce jyoyr mind whirl. They make us wonder what the future will unfold before us. Perhaps rocket ships to tl» moy5n,y e cures for the terrifying diseases of today, and who knows, maybe even jet propelled street cars. r There is aJiq Ht mediate future, the future of Stephens graduates at Poly, Wilson, Jordan, St. Anthony and ..e success or failure of these students in high school will be reflected in achievements in per- sonality, character and the ability to face problems. The 1950 Scroll is dedicated to the future, both immediate and distant. It is dedicated to the youth who will be the leaders of tomorrow. iiiMiiinMiiiii Miss Stratton, Mr. Farrell, Miss Molds, Mr. Liff. MCVITT Front Row: Miss Roberts. Mrs. Wang. Miss Barker, Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Peralei, Mrs. Comisaroff. Miss Cobb. Mrs. Beaulac, Miss Mattern, Mrs. Armstrong. Row 2: Mr. Eiiak, Mr. Ware, Mr. Cassara, Miss Beaton. Mrs. Derryberry, Miss Fisher, Miss Thalheimer, Miss Stoeltzing, Mrs. Glaser, Mr. Kaufnnan, Mr. Rigdon. Row 3: Mr. Davies, Mr. Brodeur, Mr. Thienes, Mr. Cannon, Mr. Wheeler. Mr. Roth, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Darling. Mr. Lillenthal. Not Pictured: Miss Coughlin, Mrs. Criswell, Miss Macartney, Mr. Maggard, Mrs. Olson. Mr. Robinson, Miss Turner. LC4»cmiri standing: Valjeanne Worden, Bonnie Lee. Front Row: Sandra Hardin, Annette Barron. Ronnie Curry, Shirley Thiele, Johnny Green. Row 2: Evelyn Hagaman, Glenda Hutchison, Jo Ann Downing, Louis Harold, Bob Mesa. Row 3: Jack Kopp, Bob Larwood, Miss Molds. The members of the leadership class have guided S+epheni+es through the year 1949-50. They have aided in the sales of fhe Chatterbox and Scroll. They have sponsored clean-up campaigns and the Gold Rush Day. They have given their suggestions for the student body store, the flag-raising ceremony, pictures for the rooms and other school proj- ects. These leaders have kept the students posted on all of the school affairs. Not only have these people been outstanding in their work at Stephens, but they also show promise of being our leaders of the future. CKVICC LCiCVC Front Row: Vance Warren, Richard Curtis, John Green, Richard Fisher, Tim Hubbard, Tom Hamilton, Frank Gentile, Doris Seager, David Triggs, Barbara Murdock, Mary Hoover. Alice Asman, Shirley Kreamer. Row 2: John McGinnis, Alfred Youngers, Ronnie Cubista, Terry Paige, Beverly Bierle, Carolyn Carlson, Cheri Jolln, Ramona LInebaugh, Shirley Barton, Shirley Proo, Kay McCampbell, Diane Sawyer, Mary Sanders, Maxine Torre. Row 3: Sally Scoltleld, Loretta Render, Gloria Raven, Barbara Levin, Virginia Payne, Lurlynne Crossthwaite, Shirley Carrlck, Gertie Williams, Virginia Smith, Margie Castillo, Donna Grindy, Pat White, Shirley Gallehue, Kathryn Randall. Miss Nolds. Sitting at desks: James Peek, Dot Siusher, Blossom Horimoto. Coni Beachler. Shtrle Lewis, Shirley Bowman. Alicia Rivera, Louetta Sweany. Gene Byers. At tables, from left to right: Ralph Gibson, Joe Iseri, Joseph Gilbert. Don Kline. Jean Miller. Glenda Hutchi- son. Nancy Crossett, Marlene Barnett. Miss Roberts, Kathleen Johnson, Margot Robertson. Sherry Hall. All of the a»+ fs ' ork for the 1950 Scroll was done by Haroleen Beck. Not only did she put in long hours of work on sketches and lettering; she also had to deal with 21 unpredictable journalists. The Scroll staff wishes to express its gratitude to Haroleen for her fine work. UAaxUcckteS Coni Beachler Haroleen Beck Milton Becker Walter Becker Cheryl Bergstrom Shirley Biard Max Briggs Kenf Bingham Joan Boaz Harold Bogert Shirley Bohac Shirley Bowman Shirley Bragg James Brashier Louis Brashier Barbara Brooks Marilyn Blazevich Beverly Brown i v ' ' ViR A- t ' jA Bill Edgar Brown Joyce Brummett Fred Burns Gene Byers Terry Calsing David Cameron Lottie Canady Daniel Canchola Esther Gonzales Barbara Heller Carl Hensgen Cortland Herr i i Mk Lester Hess Nancy Hiser Margaret Holloway Delores Homerding Jimmy Hood Carol Hope Blossom Mary Lou Timmy Tim Gienda Jimmy Shig Jan Setsuko Horimoto Howard Hubbard Huitt Hutchison Ichikawa Tseri Ishl! Iwamoto Aliene Kennedy Shelba King Shirley King David KIngham James KInnicut James Kirkland Jack Klassy Lorraine Klay Helen Jack Shirley Edward Togaku Robert Kobata Kopp Kraemer Kubo Kuroda Larwood Bobby Layman Bonnie Lee Don Kline Donald Letta John Lewis Shlrle Lewis m. ,,gH iniim Ramona Linebaugh Stanley Liebman Jim Little Dick London Anita Lopez Eddie Lorente Loretta Magee Melody Manning Vincent Mariner Jimmie Marsh Beverly Martin Lloyd Martin Edward Mathews Darlene McAuliHe Jack McCleary Harold McClure Maxtne McConnell X Frances McCord Patricia McDonnell David McFadden Merrill McFarland Jimmy Mcllrath Dennis McKee Richard McMichael Janice McPherson Jack Melton Bob Mesa Lillian Messerschmldf John Meyer Wayne Milburn Jimmie Miller Tommy Miller DeWayne Mortenson Shirley Mosley Gary O ' Neal Rachel Owen Donald Pac Olivia Pacific Mickey Park Kay Parkin Virginia Payne Jim Peek Rachel Pepito Ronald PerroH Diane Peterson Dolores Phipps Barbara Pinker+on Mary Pi+tman Bobby Powell Jack Pumphrey Nancy Pursell Joy Query Ronnie Roberts Dick Rourke Don Russell Glenn Russell Sally Ryser Akira Sakamoto Leona Sanders Ray Sanders Joe Sansone Mary Ann Schifaudo Sally Scofield Doris Seager Jeanette Shaffer Karal Ann Skidmore Dot Slushe Barbara Smith Donald Smith Jimmy Smith Virginia Smith Barbara Snyder Edward Souter Marvin Stober Robert Stuber Jon Sullivan Louetta Sweany James Swe a ringer Frances Tanikawa May Bud Pat Bill Benlfa Shirley Dennis Ronnie Jerry Taoda Taylor Taylor Teague Tel+oe Thiele Thorn Thorpe Thurfle Sharon Tibbitts Bob Wadswor ' th Mathew Billy Jofin Pauline Beverly Jeanne Sharon Melville Dick Wallace Warch Warren Watson Weeks Weiser Welch Wheeler Whites Bob Danny Gertrude Vera Walter Betty Marilou Valjean Moto Williams Williams Willianns Williams Wolfe Woods Worden Worden YamasakI ■. «k gm Lahoma 1 1 in 1 Yates M li-j ir wy Phyllis Yoder ruPiiCCY NAME Charlotte Abbott Chuck Acosta Adrienne Moses Bob Alston Betty Anderson Larry Anderson Marilynne Andrews Elvena Angus George Armstrong Arthur Asman Jimmy Atchison Jerry Bailey Roger Bailey Ronald Baker Barbara Barr Gail Barr Annette Barron Shirley Barton Betty Battles Coni Beachler Haroleen Beck Milton Becker Walter Becker Cheryl Bergstrom Shirley Biard Max Biggs Beverly Belerle Kent Bingham Marilyn Blazevich Joan Boaz Harold Bogert Shirley Bohac Barbara Boston Shirley Bowman Shirlee Br ' gg James Brashier Louis Brashier Barbara Brooks Beverly Brown Bill Brown Edgar Brown Joyce Brummett Fred Burns Gene Byers Terry Calsinc, David Cameron Lottie Canady Daniel Canchola Shirley Carrlck Lee Ann Carruthers Don Carter Margie Castillo Adolph Castra Donna Chance Dewey Chase Alvin Ching Marian Claycomb Charles Cobb Robert Cole Ronald Colefleld Bruce Collins Jerry Collins Merle Cooper Donna Crandall Nancy Crossett Lurlynne Crosthwatte Brian Crulkshank Neil Cunningham Ronald Curry Emma Jane Darling Sally Darrow Neil Davis Bob Davis KNOWN FOR Jokes Personality Flirting Muscle Sweetness Being a fast worker Personality Little feet Flirting Flirting Shortness Freckles Being a good speaker Muscle Blonde Hair Lamenue Dance Good grades Looks Long hair Always true to her steady Knitting Brother Wiliby Twin brother Loafing Long oral reports Shoes Quietness Good looks Ability in Social That red hair His valentines Bangs Wearing scarves Liking Dick Playing clarinet Chewing gum Love for Texas Hair Love of horses Love of Oklahoma Blond curls Eyes Talking too much Texas Bright shirts Hating homework Long hair His boots Talking Eyes Red hair Being sweet quietness Personality Hair Art Being nice Slick hair Good build Hair Picture In Daniel ' s locker Looks Dancing Laughing Laughing Ability in volleyball Speed Sports Trumpet Hair That laugh! Quietness Silly remarks AMBITION Disc Jockey G-Man (Girls ' Mar ) Equestrian To be popular To go to No-Man ' s Land To get out of work F. B. I. woman To be popular To ride a flying saucer Welder To be tall Aviation To be a test pilot Mr. America Secretary To Travel around the world To fly to the moon To be a good kid School majorette Fan dancer Secretary To be a ball player To be a ball player To play the ukelele To grow carrots on Mars To be a fighter Public Speaker To be an architect To get A ' s at Poly To play the uke To keep his hair combed To swim to the sun None To be a secretary To marry B. T. To be a truant officer To fly a flying saucer To test iets Cowgirl To invent non-smear lipstick To go steady with 2 girls Schoclteaching To get someone else ' s girl To be an archaeologist To be a mechanic Bookie Model To own a lot of horses Secretary To walk on the ceiling Barber Dancer To overcome shyness To meet Tennessee Ernie Girls Artist To marry a rich man Rachel? Mr. America Football player To draw Ball player To sing with a band To see little men from Mars To be a photographer To play boogie on the piano To learn French To be a Marine To play for Harry James To get out of school Lawyer To get work In To have curly hair WEAKNESS Parties Jokes Lioyd Jokes Jean and BIN Wlmmin Parties Gary O ' Neal Running Drive-in movies Girls Planes Planes Females Candy Neil Green cheese Boys Knitting Tall, good-looking guys R. H. Food Shyness A certain boy Bugs Bunny Girls James B. Shirley Bill Lawrence ' s singing Dark eyes Talking Boys Boys Dick Bob James Girls Grades Boys Horses Seventh grade girls Black-haired girls School Grammar Horror movies Mrs. Olson Doris Seager Men Girls School Bob H. Motor scooter Boys Girls Talking with her hands School Jokes Money Girls Arithmetic Girls Girls Social living Any boogie music Jokes Purty pictures Bashfulness Glenda H. Girls Work Diamond rings His middle initial Is L. Homework Trouble DESTINY Seal trainer Baseball player Housewife Seal trainer To marry Jean and Bill Service station Ditch digger Heaven To be Hob Bope II Milkman Twelfth grade Deep-sea diver To hit 6 ' 3 " Street cleaner Housewife Kindergarten teacher Lumberjack Housewife Airline hostess A Torch Singer Librarian Outstanding driver A Second Babe Ruth To marry a millionaire Barmaid Success Matrimony Hobo King To go to Mars Sing-Sing To be a genius To marry the man in the moon 7 ? ? To get married Stable boy Truant officer Knitting argyles Flagpole sitter Hoppy ' s wife Sheepherder Second Frankle Lalne First Lady Salesman Digging up burled bodies Twelfth grade Going to the horses Burlesque dancer To own a boot shop Policewoman To sing on the radio Engineer Teacher To be a criminologist To sing on the radio Heaven Radio comedian Poorhouse Texas Baseball player Who knows?? To join the WAC ' s Marriage To record popular music Nuthouse The Jail house To be Chief of Police Knight of the open road Working for Mr. Ware Ditch digger Digging ditches First woman president Road to Poly To pass ninth grade mwii itx s NAME Diane Deil Clifford Diefrick Donna Deitz Don DisKon Kobe Dohara JoAnn Downing Shirley Eagle Albert Eddow Jo Ann EIrsman Rita Farrow Mrgaret Fischer Bill Fife Bernice Flink Jack Fulmer Shirley Gallehue Jannes Gavin Roger Gehring Larry Gibson Ralph Gibson Joseph Gilbert Bob Gill Gerald Gillies LaBelle Glasman Esther Gonzales Dick Gorman John Green George Guay Robert Guiltory Mary Hadley Evelyn Hagaman Gladys Hall Harold Hansen Sandra Hardin Bill Harley Sara Harris Louis Harrold David Hart Don Hatfield Joene Hay Arlene Hayton Don Hedrick Bob Hegel Barbara Heller Carl Hensgen Cortland Herr Lester Hess Margaret Holloway Dolores Homerding Jimmie Hood Carol Hope Blossom Hortmoto Mary Lou Howard Tim Hubbard Tim Huitt Glenda Hutchison Jimmie Ichikawa Shig Iseri Jan Ishii Sets Iwamoto Allen Jackson Steve Jackson Jennie James Lee Jensen Lee Jerde Helen Johnson Harvey Jones Shirley Kelly Woody Kelly Aliene Kennedy Shelba King Shirley King David Kingham James Kinnicutt KNOWN FOR Horseback riding Washing dishes Teeth IB-inch arms Not getting work in Being nutty Hot ideas Haircut Staying at home Being smart Accent Track ability Neatness Tardiness Dancing " How you? " Being tardy Roughness Hitchhiking with J. K. Smile Gum Red hair Drinking malts Eyes Quietness Hair Dark hair Looks Hair Eyes Quietness Shortness Smartness Quietness Boys Trumpet Drawing Laziness Sweetness That red hair Pretty hair Big hands Small feet Insulting girls Weather reports Tennis shoes Sweetness Brains Grammar Shyness ( huh? ) Whistle bait Temper Smartness Shot put Deep brown eyes Voice Neatness Brains Clothes and laugh Wig Good looks Her dates Speed Tonl ' s Hair Butches Making friends Brains Pretty hair Sports ability Bashfulness Nice disposition Looks AMBITION Airline hostess Basketball player To get one of two boys Mr. America Loverboy To learn to jump a tennis net To be a disc jockey Technician To wiggle her ears To go to college To live on Mars Track star Secretary To be smart To sing on the stage Army officer To beat the bell! To sell fly paper To thumb and have milltont F. B. I. man Finance man School teacher Writer To climb a telephone pole To go to college Rancher Grow potatoes on Pluto To live on Mars Animals Stenographer Dancing Sleep Olympic skating star Draftsman Actress or model Pilot Athlete Teacher Student nurse Secretary To sit around To get out of work To get R. Mc. Bum Scientist To avoid work Secretary Secretary Bum Model Airline hostess To be shy like S. K. To get out of school Millionaire Football star Auctioneer Ball player President of U. S. To beat up C. A. Superman To be a genius Career girl Public Enemy To dig a ditch To fly Window washer Larry Anderson Pitcher Actress To swim the English Channel To have a temper A " s in social Girls WEAKNESS Duane Girls One boy Weights School Yachts Bill Cain Electricity Boys Boys Social living Running Mr. Darling Evelyn Hagaman Richard Bezie Uniforms Kay Mc. S. N. Hitchhiking Jokes Women, money, and cars Flowers Boys with cars L. N. Food Talking In class Good-looking girls His dimples Bob Williams Jack Fulmer Boys Work Comic books Home work Food Codliver oil Girls School Lee Ann ' s lunch Boyi Girls Lee Ann Richard Girls Blossom School Sewing Boys Fishing Ice cream sticks Boys Wally Hodges Reading Typing Dark Alleys Girls Baseball Miss Coughlin Being short Barbara Girls Boys Jokes Would fill a book Boys First base Larry Anderson Baseball Roger Moss Bob Propster Bob Gibson English Dixie DESTINY Duane Poly High Housewife Success Cigar Store Indian Ukelele lady To get married Inventor Housewife Woman president Football player Librarian Housewife Cab driver Night club dancer General In the army To grow up To be a girls ' gym teacher Knight of the open road Opera star Policeman The end of the road! Trip to the moon Beachcomber Dmjggist Giant To get along with teachers Giant Heaven Medical secretary Housewife To grow tall Janitor Draftsman Scrub woman Life guard To go to Heaven Supt. of Schools Hash sllnger Bubble dancer To get out of work Auto mechanic Good girl Garbage collector Astronomer Junkman Seamstress Mr. Liff ' s secretary Truck driver Good Humor woman To join a troop of seagulls Never to be shy Bottle washer Candy manufacturer Gun moll Sore throat Ball player Premier of Russia To be a midget High school teacher Fan dancer Actress Cabflllo To live In the ditch Test pilot Bachelor Heaven Right fielder Housewife Secret police High school graduate Bank president End of school rKirkccT NAME Jimmy Kirkland Jack Klassy Lorraine Klay Don Gene Kline Helen Kobata Jack Kopp Shirley Kraemer Edward Kubo To,qaku Kuroda Bob Larwood Bonni Lee DQ4M)ld LeHa John Lewis Shirle Lewis Ramona LInebaugh Jimmie Little Dick London Anita Lopei Eddie Lorente Loretta Magee Melody Manning Vincent Mariner James Marsh Beverly Martin Lloyd Martin Ed Mathews Dariene McAuliffe Jack McCleary Harold McClure Maxine McConnell Frances McCord Pat McDonnell David McFadden Jimmie Mcllrath Dennis McKee Richard McMIchael Janice McPherson Jack Melton Bob Mesa Lillian Messerschmidt Johnny Meyer Wayne Milburn Jimmie Miller Johnny Miller Tommy Miller DeWayne Mortenson Shirley Mosley Roger Moss James Munch Terry Murakame Fred Nagel Jack Nelson Jim Nelson Yvonne Newgaard Gilbert Nieto Sharon Numbers Hitoshi Odama Gary O ' Neal Rachel Owen Don Pac Mickey Park Kay Parkin Virginia Payne James Peek Rachel Pepito Ronald Perrot Chuck Peterson Diane Peterson Delores Phipps Barbara Pinkerton Mary Lynn Pittman Bob Powell Rolan Pucketf KNOWN FOR Paper route Broken arms Playing violin Writing ability Sports ability Shot put ability Tan Getting A ' s Smiles Freckles Personality Dark hair Butch haircut Art ability Alto voice Green eyes Teeth Dark eyes Arguments with " Bubbles " Being quiet Brains Writing poems Shyness Being quiet Trouble Electric gags Pretty hair Good grades Handsome face Flirting Temper Clothes Personality Shyness Smile Good looks Brains Student manager Sports Neatness " Flat-top " Jokes? Trouble Eyes Neat dresser Quietness Personality Broken finger Haircut Tennis shoes Hair in his eyes Corny jokes Jokes? Dancing Sports Going with L. G. Quietness Big feet Pretty hair Brains Voice Sweetness Haircuts Texas hobo Laugh Shell collection Curly hair Quietness Jewelry Algebra scholar Good times Talking Broken bones AMBITION District manager Bum Model To replace Milton Berle To go to the moon Muscle man Majorette Scientist To be a hobo To have 10 kids To cut N. C. ' s hair To live on the moon To sell mousetraps Model Second Doris Day Ball player To go to O. U. Jungle lady To live in Texas Designer Teacher Writer To quit school To travel Magician Electrical engineer To be an old maid. To see a flying saucer Piano player To go steady Friend of S. D. forever To own a convertible To hit six feet To have a harem Champion water skier To live Champion swimmer Big businessman Ball player To know all! Wealth Baseball To finish school Not certain King of Hobos Ball player To play football Pilot To be like Don D. Captain Marvel Track star Doctor Clock watcher To go to West Point Sports official Disc jockey Strong man Farmer Airline hostess Architect Opera To go to B. Y. U. Nurse Baseball player Nurse Clown in circus To sit in first row Interior decorator Model Secretary Telephone operator Dictator To be smart WEAKNESS Collecting Work Gossip Hunting Wearing glasses Girls Marvin Stover Red-headed girls Studying Charlene Jimmie P. Candy, sweets Girls Boys! Breaking bones B. L. Girls 0. Hart Texas Apple pie School Food Gi rls W. B. Wrestlers Washing dishes Joe C. Girls Loralne Dick W. Dancing P. C. Club Feet Work Eating In class Girls One certain guy Nickels Girls Clothes Tall girls Studying Women Who know? A. H. Girls Baseball Girls Miss Barker Girls Girls Not known Girls B. T. Giggling Larry Gibson Nothing School Jerry Too quiet Girls Bud S. C. H. W. C. Studying Food Vacations Book reports Boys Boys Boys Keeping quiet Girls DESTINY Newspaper editor Hobo king Flagpole sitter World dictator To be a private eye Mr. America Heaven To invent a bomb Parachute jumper Sports announcer To marry Farley Granger To finish school To be tall as Dennis Bubble dancer To sing commercials Marriage Coach To the end of the road Texas Cooking To be in Olympics Wrestler Architect Butcher Magician Her nit Can ' t tell! Scientist President To graduate Model College graduate Ballet dancer Baseball player Private eye Movie star Undertaker Poor house Singer Rag picker Giant? Ditchdigger To attend Vassar Playboy Tarian Movie stai Pilot To fly like Superman To play with Bosco Tramp Twelfth grade Ditchdigger Fisherman Beautician F. B. I. agent Housewife Oil man Heaven Auto mechanic Architect Acrobat The best School teacher To marry Jane Russell Secretary To weigh 600 lbs. To pass ninth grade Author Poly High Weight lifter Marriage Butcher Garbage collector pRirdccT 1st NAME Jack Pumphrey Nancy Pursell Joy Query Charlene Ramelia James Ramos Loretta Render Rosemary Refz Leroy Reynard Alicia Rivera Jimmy Robbins David RobineHe Ronnie Roberfr Don Russell Glenn Russell Saliy Ryser Alice Sakamota Leona Sanders Ray Sanders Mary Schifaudo Sally Scofield Doris Seager JancHe Sheaffer Karal Skidmore Dorothy Slusher Barbara Smith Don Smith Jimmy Smith Virginia Smith Barbara Snyder Ed Souter Marvin Stober Robert Stuber Jon Sullivan Louetta Sweany Frances Tanikawa May Taoda Bud Taylor Bill Teague Benita Teltoe Shirley Thiele Dennis Thorn Glen Thomas Buddy Thompson Ray Thomson Ronnie Thorpe Jerry Thurtle Sharon Tibbltts Dixie Tift Lonnie Tiner Russell Tolle Ray Toyama David Triggs Hiroshi Tsuno Dick Vogan Bob Wadsworth Billy Warch Vance Warren Pauline Watson Beverly Weeks Jeanne Weiser Sharon Welch Melville Wheeler Richard Whitesell Bob Williams Danny Williams Gertie Williams Vera Williams Waiter WoKe Betty Woods Mary Lou Worden Vdljeanne Wordon Moto Yamasaki Lahoma Yates KNOWN FOR AMBITION WEAKNESS DESTINY Chasing Lii Pilot of a Flying Saucer Liz Governor of Mars Curly hair To go to Yale J. J. President oi Yale Funny faces To be a Boy Scout J. M. Hod rot ' acer Hair Dancer Don Can can dancer Telling stories Engineer " Choo-choo trains " Railroad engineer Artistic ability To be an artist Boys F. B. 1. Viola Model Dennis McKee Scrubwoman Curly black hair Radio engineer Kline ' s corny jokes Lumberiack Big brov n eyes Secretary V. W. Flagpole sitter Eating Blacksmith " Village Blacksmith " Horses ' nursemaid Dancing ability To be " 1 he Great Lover " Blue eyes Playboy Athletic ability To be a fighter Being tickled " The Great Lover " Texas drawl To be a cowboy Girls Texas Football Athlete Girls Great Athlete Funniness Can can girl Boys You can ' t tell! Big feet To grow Social living To get home Ditching parties Lawyer Music, music, music Great violinist Big pants Marriage to S. R. S. R. Ball player Talking To finish school Books Teacher Tan To leave school B. C. Housewife Service League President Model D. C. Yell leader Eyes Secretary Boys Secretary Height Bubble dancer Bubbles Owner of soap factory Athletic ability Bubble dancer Boys To marry J. Courtland Being a swell joker To fly to Mars Cecil the Sea Serpent Honky-tonk dancer Good looks Band leader Virginia Smith To marry V. S. Argyles To own a burlesque show Girls To sweep streets Singing Opera singer Don Wife Hula dancing Football player Boys Flagpole sitter Red hair To leave ninth grade Doing nothing Carpenter P. M. 9 Ball player S. K. Marriage LiHie To grow big Girls Baseball A ' s Teacher Girls President Quietness To quit school Lennie Businesswoman Hair Teacher LiHie guys? Ditch digger Personality To cut B.J.B ' s hair Kei Mountain climber Talking To finish ninth grade Food Doctor Always looking sharp Educated hobo E. G. California giant Blushing To ioin the Navy Shoes Admiral of a ship Figure To marry a millionaire Kent Bingham Dishwasher Feet To be 10 ft. tall Mr. Eizak Paul Bunyan II Ability to adapt himself Electric engineer Not talking He-man Shorty Fisherman School Till the end of time Red hair To be a king Girls Crochet King Sharp clothes To grow Tall people Six feet Laziness School Jokes Long Beach Personality Mortician Montgomery Clift Poly Dark hair Cook in the White House Boys Heaven Laziness Bum Dot Big-time guy Hair To leave school Jokes Riding the rods Artistic ability Ph. D. Teachers Professor Toyama Shyness Musician Rosemary Retz Second Harry James Good grades To go to college Clothes Doctor Laziness Public Enemy No. 1 Girls Old ladies ' home Arguments with Eddie Major league pitc her Baseball Minor league pitcher Bingle Buggie Band leader Girls Success High pants Low pants Girls Athlete Good kid Secretary Work Home Blushing U. C. L A. B. W. Harvard Forgetfulness Model Men Cooch dancer Politeness To be a good cook Cheryl Cheryl ' s maid crew cut To be a man Wonderful M. W. Better watch out! Tardiness Hot rod racer Driving Horn blower Broken bones To replace Chuck School Great baseball player Curly hair To learn to read Acting crazy Millionaire Personality To go to Venus Byron Sutter F. B 1. Nice kid Boys Boys Boys Shyness Baseball Ice cream 250 lbs. Shyness To milk a goat Goats Owner of a goat farm Tallness To go to Mars Boys Lion eater Brains To pass Spanish Teachers Teacher Speed To marry May May Dr. Yamasaki Quietness To swim to China Boys Good swimmer 3 lW d " - ' . ' ' ! • ■■■if 1 1 1 ' ■ - .i ' t. In " . 5 " . J = i«i r% ' ijt k V_»9P.. Jim i ii ROW 4 McCleary, Jack ROW 3 Parker, June Newton, Lynn Kuzm J Jungers, Alfred Mariner, Vincent Mr. Cannon McCampbell, Kay McPherson, Janice Gree il Renold, Lowell Jones, Harvey Wakamiya, Eiji Proo, Shirley Martin, Beverly Paste n Cooper, Gary Reynard, Leroy Frey, Lawrence Jones, Doris Claycomb, Marian Dreit M Sutow, Carl Hutchison, Glenda Blake. Paul Kile, Mildred Parkin, Kay Hend :, Hagaman, Jim Tanikawa, Frances Uchida, Tsutomi Corning, Marilyn Hagaman, Evelyn Harrold, Louis Jackson, Allen McAdams, Ray Ishii, Jan Iwamoto, Setsuko FROr 1 Guay, George Query, Joy Johnson, Max Titchener, Tommy LInebaugh, Romona Trigg A Biard, Shirley Barr, Gayle Darrow, Sally Kinney, Curtis Reti, Rosemary Curr (i Crosthwaite. Lurlynne Kuroda, Togaku Boyington, Lynn Miller, Jean Ann Chan in Weeks, Beverly Tsuno, Hiroshi Johnson, Kathleen ROW 2 Hernon, Delia Fade J. Hay, Joene Kline, Don Mortenson, Marilyn Worden, Valjeanna Wiel J, Bergsfrom, Cheryl London, Dick Beckstrand, Lee Ann Brummett, Joyce FRONT. LEFT Buch ' Sanders, Leona Kubo, Edward Anderson, Meridel Hardin, Sandra Crose, Carrol Evani Jt Skidmore, Kara! Eddow, Albert Grindy, Donna Barron, Annette Welshans, Ginger Sull! ' ■ JW ■■ ' -- ■ • . 1 ' :m» B I H H B pt-JG A ■ ' rM Mi m - ■ E » M iFl TT • ii • ' mmi W tFw ' M •w " ' 1 ' ■ A V hi |v r7 H W ' ■ - ' KC» CKIfX Seated: Arlene Pastorius, Jo Ann Evans, Renee Faubert, Steve Callahan. Standing; Joan GoH, Nellie Bell, Car- olyn Connon, Shirley Byrne, Patsy Mastaw, Mrs. Comlsaroff. Not Pictured: Beverly Weeks. Jeanne Fell, Carole Hada, Marlene II. Joan Grove, Nancy Lou Thornton, Gail , Arlene Randall, Kathryn Asman, Alice •largery Carlson, Carolyn Murdock, Barbara Lois Kobata, Mildred Jolley, Verna Williams, Patsy Jolin, Cherie ROW Finley. Loreen Kelley, Myrna Iberta Field, Patsy Hty Wallach, George FRONT. RIGHT s, Billte Jean Levin, Barbara Smith, Sally udy Anne Bowman, Doris Plunkett, Mary Roberta Johnson, Ardell Zimmerman, Terry Jill Barneft, Marlene Puackenbush, Sandra o Ann Miller, Pat Roberts, Joan Mary Miss Turner Roberts, Jane si nMntw ftUTf ti tnuii Front Row: Glenda Hutchison, Lee Ann Carruthers, Donna Chance, Shirley Bar- ton, Donna Deitz, Cheryl Bergstrom, Sally Darrow, Rosemary Retz. ' Row 2: Mrs. Beaulac, Lurlynne Crosth- waite, Lillian Messerschmldt, Jo Ann Downing, Yvonne Newgaard, Joy Query, Lahoma Yates. Row 3: Diane Peterson, Kara I Skid- more, Maxine McConnell, Joan Boaz, Bonnie Lee, Carol Hope. ttClilL 8-117 Fronf Row: Richard Warrick, Tom Hamilton., George Wal- lach, James LMley, Mildred Kile, Connie Andrews, Delia Hernon, Lynn Boyington, Bob- bie Richter, Shari Eurton. Row 2: Frank Gentile. Wilbur Imhoot, Jerry Gil more, Irv- ing Engle, Jean Ann Miller, Pat Cramer, Dixie Cogle, Maureen Kramer, Jane Wod- ner. Row 3: Mr. Cassara, Don Johnson, Lloyd Pollard, Don Mackey, Bob Propster, Jerry Wike, Gordon Knorr, Carol Guy, Kathleen Johnson. Avis Goodrich. Row 4; Malcolm Liedahl, Joe Botti, Clayton Rhoades, Bill McKean, Raymond Puckett, Joe Incardone, Ken Booker, Bill Barker. Not Pictured: Pat White. 8-115 Front Row: Donna Lee Rob- inson, Sharon Huddleston, Sherry Hall, Michi Kawano, Patsy Williams, Marjorie Shel- don, Barbara Levin. Row 2: Marlene Barnett, Bar- bara Cutter, Cleo Loop, Fran- ces Hopperstad, Doris Jones, John McGinnIs, Wayne Math- is. Row 3: Joe Iseri, Jimmie H. Smith, B. Franklin Benson, Lu- ther Wren, Lowell Renold, Bob DeMarco, Ralph Buckles, Billy Lovelis. Row 4: Mr. Eliak, Ronnie Cu- bista, Douglas Wood, Les- ter Nelson, Walter Gordon. Robert Burns, Ralph McAd- ams, Roger Hove. Not Pictured: Carolyn Cos- tello. Patsy Shramek, Rich- ard Brock. Richard Murphy, Dayton Reaney, Louis Brash- ier. 8-205 Row t: Carol Bean, Dorothy Okabe, Kikue Komori, Ele- nore Barker, Jeri Warrick, Katheryn Caldwell, Janet Brooks, Wanda Pilcher, June Parker. Row 2: Mr. Cassara, Michael Greiss, Darrell Stock, Fred Sandberg, Donald Scott, Gary Cooper, Carl Sutow, John Trimble, Thomas Kummor. Row 3: Lynn Newton, Wileta Sibley, Theda De Luberto, Thelma Roberts, Mary Ann Maglietto, Helene Beecroft, Beverly Ludlam, Velma Rob- erts, Francis Falgren. Row 4: Thomas Day, Robert Hunt. Nelson Nunei, Robert Herpst, Tom Carter, Edwin Harrison, Gene Coleman, Tsu- tomi Uchida, Kenneth War- ren. Not pictured: Carol Atnrp. Richard Brown, Emiko But- sumyo, Gary Heaslet, Ray McAdams. Ll¥l 8-109 Front Row: Helen Urrutia, Rose Spano, Lynn Harris. Lo- reen Finely, Dorthee Bufflo. Mary Grace Hoover, Maxine Torre, Alice Asnnan, Erva Brooks. Row 2: Betty Jones, Marjorie Crooker, Joyce Johnston, Tina Phillips, Kathryn Randall, Richard Fisher, Mike Story, John Perrot, Donald Gardner, George Palmer. Row 3: Mr. Rigdon, Melvin Maglio, Max Johnson, Jack Berry, Ted Adams, JeHrey Jones, Barbara Murdock, Eli- zibeth Pettigrew, Patsy Field, Nancy Grove. Row 4: Bertrand Hawk, Bill Hodge, Terry Paige, Gilbert Satin, Don Tessier, Rodney Gross, CliHord Roy, Bill Wills, Bob McMihail. 8-209 Front Row: Jim Wagner, Ralph Whetstone, Darrell Fraieur, Art Smith, Bruce Tol- lefson, Frank Larragoitiy, Don Frazeur, Bob Baldwin, Bob Luckie. Row 2: Kathryn WoHe, Janet Hernon, Betty Donahue, Del- ores Friend, Mary Bush, Don- na Wheeler, Darlene Allen, Elearor Ruff. Row 3; Mrs. Beaulac, Virginia Gam, Donna Lockerby, Joyce Maxwell, Constance Stephen- son, Claudia Tilton, Bill Kirk- land, Bill Blair, Mr. Chiroske. 8-104 Front Row: Takashi Yamasa- ki, Don Matland, Wally Kim- ball, Jim Reon, Jerry Kelly, Curtis Kinney, Al Jungers. Row 2: Ardell Johnson, Glen- da Hess, Doris Bowman, Pearl McNeil, Marthanna Tarpy, Maureen Schneckner, Janelle Worster, Mildred Kobata. Barbara Wohlschlagel. Row 3: Beverly Query, Shir- ley Proo, Carol Crane, Mary Sanders, Kay McCampbell, Diane Sawyer, Gloria Raven, Mary Hindley, Carol Miller, Bette Davis, Barbara Watson. Row 4: Mr. Eizak. Shiga Mur- akami, Ernest Martin, Ben- jamin West, Tom McCul- lough, Arnold Hull, Don Fa- der, Lee Roy Schonert. Not Pictured: Joe Bevan, Sandra Bailey, Charlene Bow- lin, Esther Nally. fttdl 8-103 Front Row: Tom Newberry. Donald Klabaugh, Jim Haga- man, Robert Gordon, Bill Goodwin, Charles Gaian. Row 2: Donna Lowdermillc, Marlene Hada, Carolyn CarU son, Grace Mizumoto, Anita Monchen, Loretta Stovall, Marilyn Corning, Cheri Jolin, Mary Sullivan, Myrna Kelley, Row 3: Mr. Rigdon, Carole Fell, Shirley Cuppy, Arlene Cross, Wanda Kohl, Gladys Gehring, Barbara Gilmore, Meridel Anderson, Lee Ann Beckstrand, Marilyn Corning, Row 4: Jon Tanlgawa, Duane Twitchell. Erwin Kiblin, Jimmy Savo, Benny Johnson, Lee Johnson, Joe Castillo, Bill Fedalc. Not Pictured: Philip Smith, Verna Jolley. 8-212 Front Row: Marybelle Dar- ling, Sandra Rapuano, Bar- bara Gibson, Rosemary Bon- eventura, Joan Greenwell, Larry Patrick, Randy Wilson, Larry Stout, Vincent Cook. Row 2: Mrs. Beaulac, Vir- ginia Ferrier, Margot Rob- ertson, WinI Revo, Marsha Froelick, Carol Nordschow, Donna Grindy, Bill Powell, David Terry. Row 3: Carole Dinnen, Mary Laubach, Sharon Hansen, Jim Houston. Sann Mathis, Bill Talbot, Bill Beail, Bruce Sny- der, Dick Barbee. Row 4: Darrell MacPherson, Lester Hartzell, Bob Heus- tis, Don Swanson. Jerry Meza, Paul Blake, Ivan Kapovich, Gay ParsonJ. 7-208 Front Row! Jackie McAuliffe, Carol Bromley, Ann MattU, Joan Jordan, Julia Colltster, Leighvon Place. Row 2: Miss Roberfs. Jerry Kimball, Teddy McOsker, Steve Toth, Robert Spindler, Yukiyoshi Nakagawa, Harley Campbell, Lloyd Radford. Row 3: David Nelson, Bill Whitney, Jim Turman, David Canchola, Roger Roeker, Jim Nolen. Not Pictured: Johnny Brown, Loring Wetterborg. IIVI 7-107 Front Row: Billy Shaw, Alan Maclver, Richard Silver, Lloyd Taylor, Murray Shae- vifz, Marvin Baskin, James Rodiin, Kendal Barnum. Row 2: Miss Cobb, Barbara Marsh, Carol Martin, Flor- ence Posey, Elaine Julian, Ruth McHenry, Sandra Zea- ser, Carole Thompson, Al- berta Triggs. Row 3: Terry Moses, Eva Whalen, Patty Rosenbaum, Joyce Whitener, Marlys Luke- hart, Jenie Gregson, Eliza- beth Jones, Bobby Seida. Row 4: John Hawk, Anthony Palombo, Kenneth E d e n s , Jerry Thornton, Bob Hesse, Ronald Smith, Larry Hunter, Lewis Tate. 7-105 Front Row: Norman Orton, David Curtis, Richard Sal- chunas, Darlene Kiefer, Shir- ley Shewmaker, Jari Dee TInsley, JoAnne Warren, Anita Harper, John Morrison. Row 2: Arthur Hart, Robert Russell, Nancy Walters, Joan Muehtstedt, Carolyn Canady, Sandra Sparks, Velma Sin- clair, Jack Warren. Row 3: Billy Barnett, Jill Buchan, Patricia Bradley, Leila McCuMer, Judy Pittilio, Carol Hewett. Nancy Price, Carole Creveling, Theresa Schifaudo, Jeanette Jennings. Row 4: Mrs. Wang, Cameron Stephenson, Louis Stewart, Richard Long, Bob .Giordano, Kent Gibson, Bill Boies, Den- nis Cormack. Stephen Gold- fa rb, George Harmon. Not pictured; John Grahn, Janice Morris. Gild a Valeri. 7-102 Front Row: Shirley Brown, Kathleen Carrick , Sandra Goodrich, Marjory Vidmar, Dorothy Pierce, Julia Fader, Neta Sullivan, Karen Otto, Mary Francis Plunkett, Betty Johnson. Row 2: Charlotte Robbins, Bill Jean Chambers, Norma McConnell, Kitty Curry, Pa- tricia Bahling, Carol Swan- son, Gail Thornton, Nancy Todd. Row 3: Mrs. Armstrong, John Mercer, Dick Cooper, Jim Linehan, Tommy Blackstock, Bob Baer, Phillip Costello, James Carrick, Eiji Wakami- ya. Bob Hall. Row 4: Billy Whitten, Dick Fryer, Donald Schulenberg, Bob Whinery, Jerry Wills, Bill Wilkinson, Lawrence Frey, Tommy TIchner, James Huffman, William Hodges. Not Pictured: Peggy Johnson, Earl Bazley. f ClilL 7-201 Front Row: Judith Wheeler. June Plant, David Lytle. Mel- vin Rossello, Kent Timboe, Jay Peterson, Larry Ivig, Wanda Teltoe, Joan Embrey. Row 2: Miss Fisher, Dolores Bush, Virginia Wilson. Bar- bara Rhoades, Roberta Nor- gaard, Aloha Bliss, Carolyn Connon. Shirley Byrne, Carol Taylor, Dorothy Bourgeois. Row 3: Norman Paul, George Kinnicut, Norman Gregson, Stanley Cross, Raymond Puc- kett, Paul McLaughlin, Roy Murdock, John Skelton. Don- ald Sorenson. 7-207 Front Row; Edward Vick, Kenneth Towne, Richard Hor- ning, Bob Stevens, Gerald King, Billy Heller, Ethel See- ly, Deana Meadows, Patsy Ruch, Peggy Duffer. Row 2: Alan Akers, Don Casslngham, Garry Barber, Floyd Duncan, Bobby Evans, Patricia Streeter, Catherine Madison, Mary Joy Barton. Row 3: Loretta Newton, Nancy Sansone, Marina Rod- riguez, Norah Webster, Ade- line Castil o, Hatsume Ma- sutaka, Jc;n Monchen, Don- na, Weston, Pat Trimmell, Janice Srnifh. Row 4: l.lrs. Wang, Dlclt Curtis, r.Djert Kobata, Gary Armstrong, Wayne Brown, Harold Pastorius, J.K. Pum- phrey, Ralph Dunn, Ralph Kortz, George long. Not Pictured: Bette Harrison. 7-203 Front Row: Jo Ann Evans, Vera Mitch. Carolyn Church- ill, Joan Goff, Mary Sher- man, Jackie Davis, Virginia Neely, Jackie Hartiell, Mar- garet Mowry, Patsy Cuipa, Vivian Ross. Row 2: Miss Roberts. Chuck Markus, Gary McMullin. Ro- bert Rogers. Charles Du- Bourdieu, Donald Pierce, Gary Kimes, Jim Nagel, Pat Brooks, Herman Pa hi. Jack Gillies, Stephen Silverman. Row 3: Janette Akers, Vera Dolezal, Marie Sheldon, Bar- bara Rfveer, Marilyn Hopper- stad, Janice Chalney, Pat Harris. June Harper. Patsy Mastaw. Janice Carter. Not Pictured: Robert Breaux. Diana Disney. Jack Gardner, Barbara Gibbons, Joanne Palmer, Ty Paul, Gary West. IVIMC 7-106 Front Row: Andrew Biggs, Ralph Smith, Thomas Eagle, Loyd Gooisby. Eugene Day, Lois Hendrix, Betty Duffer, JoAnn Smith, Sally Smith, Jeanne Lyons, Shizuko Sa- kamoto,. Row 2: Lawrence Gordon, Billy Ippolito, Edward Dunn. James Rahon, Bill Sad lac. Johnny McCarthy, Robert Reprogle. Jack Harris, Dale Ellis, Don Cormany, Gary Kirkbride. Row 3: Mrs. Armstrong, Jan- ice Doutre, Joan Roberts, Adeane Arnold, Marilyn Bur- ton, Jane Roberts, Gloria Smith, Jeanne Kuzmln, Joyce Kenyon, Barbara Bennett, Audrey Goldberg, Barbara Kelly. Not Pictured: Larry New- some, James Peterson. 7-108 Fron+ Row: Sharon Barrie, Jo Ann Vandette, Gloria Er- win. Nellie Bell, Sherril Um- barger, Sheila Wilhelm. Lin- da Jones. Dawn Campman, Joyce Griffith, Judy Nicker- son. Row 2: Martin Centers, Dick Borrell, Clifton Shirran, Jim- my Ransdell, Arthur White. Buddy Selby, Alton Curl, Jerry Cunningham, Roy Cow- ley. Row 3: Miss Cobb, Jano Nelson, Ginger Welshans, Rosemary Walker, Karen Marines, Roberta Spindler, Carrol Crose, Renee Faubert, Nadine Norlin, Jill Parsons. Row 4: Gary Temple, Larry Haas, Richard Martin, Fred- erick Barrett, James Shea, Raymond Diaz. Ronald Sch- wenn. Raymond Estrada. 7-1 19 Front Row: Steve Callahan, HHachiro Yasumura, George Rose, Bobbie Jordan, An- thony Andrews, Neal Rosen- feld, Alfred Coon, Craig Thompson, Tom Blust. Row 2: Miss Fisher, Dolores Pepito, Mary Joan McCart, Armenta Sparks, Charlene Thomas, Patsy Carter, Sonja Newgaard, Joan Nichols, Carol Gray. Row 3: Terry Zimmerman, Ann Chamblis, Arlene Pastor- ius, Roberta Wieland, Faye Woodland, Margery Drieth, Janet De Graff, Patsy Dixon, Barbara Rowe. Row 4: Sandra Quackenbush, Rosemarie Bean, Sue Gaden, Daryl Gibson, Vernon Peter- son, Dick Byrd, Michael Due- wel, Richard Hendricks, John Burrow. Not Pictured Tom Collins, Terry Cookman, Joesph Lane. MftlCilL CKMrf v ™ i1 11 w . ' mj r l|i]irjt ML " (, ll . t fj iv ll te 1 If i H 1 Hi ' 1 r i V v 1 ' M 1 1 -■ ; " B fWr iJ fcJJF ft efSf " t iimi VMMl At machine, Glen Russell, Miss Nolds, Ralph 1 ' Row 1 ; Bob Larwood, Johnny Green. Charles DuBordlen, AIRoy Murdock, Chuck Acosta, David McFadden, Jannes Turman, Row 2: Gilbert Nieto, Billy Lovelis, Bob Burns, Joe Costello, Bill Whitney. Frank Larragolty, Albert Eddow. Row 3: Lowell Reynolds, Lawrence Gordon. Bill Sidlack, Bob Luckie, David Triggs. Row 4: Billy Whitten, Michael Duewel, Ray Puckett. V-fCCMf Front Fow: Sonja Newgaard, June Planf, Wanda Telfoe, Nellie Belle, Neta Sullivan, Karen Otto, Helen Urrutla. Row 2: Vivian Ross, Carol Thompson. Sandra Zeaser, Barbara Wohlschlagel, Doris Bowman, Ardetl Johnson. Carolyn Carlson, Mary Sanders. Row 3: Patsy Mastaw, Kitty Curry, Virginia Ferrler, Sharon Hansen, Carol Hultt, Cherie Jolin, Marjorie Sheldon, Janet Brooks, Rose Spano. Row 4: Marie Sheldon, Carol Atnip, Carol Crane, Velma Roberts. Nancy Grove, Kathryn Randall, Shirley Proo, Doris Jones. f 4 U •fflCC 4 ■.■IRiKT Seated: Sharon Welch, Donna Crandall, Donna Deltz, Betty Jo Battles, Gertie Williams, Shirley King, Marilyn Blaze vich, Sets Iwamoto, Pat McDonnell, Leona Sanders, Lillian Messersch- midt. Standing: Cheryl Bergstorm, Maxine McConneJI, Shirley Barton, Doris Seager, Janice McPherson, Evelyn Hagaman, Shirley Gallehue. ATHLETIC COMMISSIONERS— Gilbert Nieto and Tsutoma Uchida ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVES— Front Row: Dlcl Whitesell. David McFadden, Terry Paige, Ralph McAdams. Row 2: Jim Peek, Marvin Sfober, David Roblnet+e, Tsutomo Uchida. Row 3: Bill Fedak, Leroy Schonert, Paul Blake. Row 4: Richard Hendrix, Chuck Acosta, Mofo Yamasaki. W -—r mm J n wm H H m. f«»f J h " l— r BJI jl 1 K9 ' ' HT ta ' ' TtfU Y C r lBl ■ £t y ii m m ' iL »5 " ' «iL f M KJB " Sl Jl - JV HH " n . • . WPm m ' V k : mk m 1 Wm ■ im- V, ;::. i ff ' r CLASS A BASKETBALL WINNERS— Front Row; Neil Cunningham, Allen Jackson, Ronnie Roberts. Row 2: Bob Mesa, Chuck Acosta, Lonnie Tiner, Moto Yamasaki. 1 CLASS B BASKETBALL WINNERS— Front Row: Don Fader. Bob Luckie, Jimmie Little, Leroy Schonert. Row 2: Terry Paige, Marvin Stober, Shig Iseri, Bob Wadsworth, Ralph McAdams. f r •!¥ CLASS C BASKETBALL WINNERS— David McFadden, Jan Ishii, Dick London, James Ramos, Eddie Kubo, Vincent Mariner. TUMBLING CLUB— John Lewis, Floyd Duncan, Vance Warren, Fred Nagel, Jimmy Nagel, Kenny Town, Chuck Markus, Terry Paige, Hon Fader, Bob Luckie, Tommy Miller, Roland PuckeH, Carl Hensgen Edward Souier, Jack Pumphrey, Ronald Baker, Don Smith, Richard Hendrix, Richard Salchunas, Harold Pastorius. j R u -T rmmmj mmmm mma m ' " W ■■ HKWKiiFeF - ' 1 f . g ' ■■nM T ' " ' F " jBi- " ini!!! t . ,« ll%-« ■i ■Ik. tA " h, i CIKLf ATHLETIC COMMISSIONERS— Shirley Thiele. second semester. Bonnie Lee, first semester. ATHLETIC COMMISSIONERS— Thelma Roberts. Assistant; Bonnie Lee, Athletic Commissioner; Cherie Jolin, Chief Color Captain. BASKETBALL ALL-STARS— Front Row: JoAnn Downing, Joan Boai, Dorothy Slusher, Bonnie Lee. Row 2: Frances Tanikawa, Shirley Mosley, Sharon Tibbitts, Esther Gonzales. VOLLEYBALL ALL-STARS— Front Row: Ramona Linebaugh. Shirely ThieU. Gayle Barr, Blossom Horimoto. Row 2: Valjeanne Worden, Barbara Pinkerton, Helen Kobata, Leona Sanders. J fft CHEER LEADERS— Ramona Linebaugh, David McFadden. MAJORETTES AND POM POM GIRLS— Front Row: Alberta Spindler, Shirley Kraemer. Betty Jo Battles. Row 2: Blossom Horimoto, Shirley Thiele. Bonnie Lee, May Taoda. HONOR HEALTH CLUB Sue Gaden, Cherie Jolin, Carolyn Carlson, Myrna Kelly, Mar- lerve Hada, Patsy Carter, Marlene Barnett, Delia Hernon, Nellie Bell, Alice Asman, Marjorie Drieth, Margaret Mowry, Margot Robertson, Jo Ann Evans, Florence Posey, Cathryn Madison, Nora Webster, Jeri Warrick, Sondra Rapuano, Nancy Price, Mary Hoover, Pat Trimmell, Kykui Komori, Dorothy O ' Kabe, Sonja Newgaard, Nancy Grove, Shirley Kraemer, Lynn Boyington, Carol Gray, Pat Gallagher, Virginia Ferrier, Ginger Welshans, Elaine Julian, Pat Harris, Shirle Lewis, Loretta Stovall, Velma Roberts, Thelma Rob- erts, Joyce Kenyon, Pat Harris, Mary Jo McCart. I II ITtCKArik ,


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