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

 - Class of 1952

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BllL C)sTt.l HOueT ■ . .f C i We the students of William Logan Stephens Junior High School dedicate this book, the 1952 SCROLL, to Thomas " Scotty " McShane, who has safely guided students across Santa Fe Avenue as long as Stephens has existed Scotty is celebrating his sixty-fifth birthday this year, and therefore he retires from the police force. In th six years of Scotty ' s service to the school he has led many students across the streets safely. Rain or shine, Scotty was always there. The students of Stephens will miss his friendship and kindness and the cheerful smile he always had for everyone. We at Stephens are sorry to see Scotty leave and we wish him lots of good luck for the future. graduates f } a Hon Allen Anthony Andrews Frederick Barrett ri Dick Borrell Sharon Barrie Doiotfiy Bourgeois TWO 1 ' Jt Gary Armstrong Adeane Arnold Robert Baer Roger Baker C-i Glenn Bakke J Carlos Barquera t . Marvin Baskin Gary Beall Nellie Bell Barbara Bennett Andrew Biggs Thomas Blackstock f ri Jackie Bowen Roy Brant JoAnn Carol Brock Bromley Erva Brooks v:a Shirley Jane Brown Ann Chambliss Carolyn Churchill Julie Collister Carolyn Terry Connon Cookman K Billy Barnett Hi Aloha Bliss Jill Biichan Dick Cooper Bonnie Sue Jerry Cunningham Cunningham Kitty Curry Dick Curtis Manuel De Baca -v Dick Goforth Audrey Goldberg :-| Sandy Goodrich Loyd Goolsby Norman Gregson Joyce Griffith Larry Haas Ronald Halloran Belle Harrison Artie Hart THREE Beth Jones . I Jerry Kimball Linda Jones Joan Jordan Robert Jordan Diana U Elaine Joseph Julian Barbara Kelly Joyce Kenyon DarJene Krefer rb d Gary Kimes Jerry .ing Darlene Kirkland Robert Kobata Joan Kobe Ralph Gorlz f Alan Maclver James Madtgan Owen Martin Violet Patsy Masterfield Mastaw Don Matlock Enrique Malta f Jackie Johnny Norma John Ruth Joann Frank Teddy Deanna McAuliffe McCarthy WtcConnell McCowan WIcHenry McKenzie McKeon McOsktr Meadows FOUR John Mercer George Morris Janice Morris John Morrison Danny Moreno Terry Moses r:j Nadine Vernon Peterson Don Pierce Judy Pillilo June Plant J. K. Pumphrey Sandra Quackenbush James Rahon Jane Roberts Joan Roberts Alda Robson James Rodlin George Rose t Pat Rosenbaum Neal Rosenfeld Melvin ,- VaeuE; Rossello O-] " T?ov O .y tBara Robert Richard Shizuko Ethel Bobby Cliff owe Russell Salchunas Sakamoto Seely Seida Shirran FIVE John Skelton Joann Smith Ralph Smith Velma Sinclair Alberta Tnggs Russell Tweddell Palsy Turnbull ShernI Umbarger Jack Warren Nora Webster O Donna Eva Judy An Joyce Billy Frances Sheila Doris Weston Whalen Wheeler While Whilener Whiuen Wiggins Wilhelm Wilkey SIX f fS Billy Ellen Luke Jerry Eloise Virginia Winona Faye Hachiro Wilkinson Williams Williams Wills Wilson Wilson Wilson Woodland Yasumura Sandra Zeaser, Terry Wayne Social Chairman Zimmerman Brown Lorella Newton Jim Ronald Stephen Janice Barbara Nolen Schwenn Silverman Shuman Teal pt( 0 po0m l L onaer As I lie ill my bed toiiii ht rind iviitrh the cars go by , 1 wonder where they ' re ijoinij and then, I wonder why. They all are going sonieiihcre but where, I do not knoiv, It may be to their place of work or maybe, to a shoir. I wonder what they ' ll see tonight, will it be fascinating. ' ' Or u ' ill it be a common sight of couples gone out dating? I li ' Onder what they ' ll say 1oni ht, to strangers, friends, or loved ones ; JVill they he words of Lore and hope for ehecriiii up the sad ones? May God be with these folks tonight, as down the road they fly. I wonder zvhere they ' re going, and then, I wonder why. — Jo Ann Evans SEVEN pttxph tf NAME Don Allen Mary Lou A der on Adeane Arnold Robert Baer. Jr. Glenn Bakke Bill Barnett Sharon Barrie Frederick Barrett Marvin Baskln Nellie Bell Barbara Bennett Randolph Benson Andrew Biggs Tom Blackstock Aloha Bliss Dick Borrell Dorothy Bourgeous Jackie Bowen Roy Brant Richard Broadhead JoAnn Brock Carol Bromley Shirley Jane Brown Wayne Brown Jerry Brownfield Jill Buchan John Burrow taril n Burtmi Richard Byrd Reta Campbell Carolyn Canady David Canchola Jimmy Carrick Kathren Carrick Pat Carter Don Cassingham Adeline Castillo Roy Cawley Billie Jean Chambers Ann Chambliss Carr.lyn Churchill Julie Collister Carolyn Connon Terry Cookman Dick Cooper Don Cormany Phillip Costello Carrol Crose Jerry Cunningham Kitty Curry Dick Curtis Janet DeOraff Pat Devantier Angelina DiOotiR ' nico Pat Dixon Margery Ann Drcith Bill DuBourdieu Michael Duewel Betty Duffer Floyd Henry Duncan Ralph Dunn June Ellison Joan Embrey JoAnn Evans EIGHT CAN ' T LIVE WITHOUT My spirit Clothes and malts The gang and P. C. Weekends Food Hunting and pets Boys Money Mr. Hasson ' s bail playing City College men Johnnie Rave Food and more food Food Myself Boys and Shirley Chocolate-covered oysters Friends J. Desler Food Blondes with blue eyes Him! Beans Television Food and girls Money Dance music and partners My head Vacations and gum A million dollars Music Boys Black haired girls Women Boys That would l e telling Females and air Food Dagmar A certain someone Reading material Laughin ' Boys Me and Humphrey Food Air Fishing trips Adeane Arnold Love Trumpet A certain flat top Cars and money Lanamere Sweaters A heart B. McC. My telephone Dancing Meatballs and gra ' ' Her! Televisinn and ptipc un Food Red and white jellv licans Fast, hopped-up cars Animals My family PET PEEVE English tests Hnmework ! ! A couple of boys People always griping Algebra Rainy days ' omen taxicab drivers Brothers Campus rating When he doesn ' t ph iiie " Bermuda " Girls School " Shrimpboats " l nhep music Roughness without ri-ason Cruel people People who brag Homework Myself Cium chewers Beans California weather English and social studies To be Avithout money Myself Warped senses nf humor Teachers ' jokes Corny jokes To be called " Red " Seventh graders Peroxided girls Ugly women Me, myself and I Men in little white coats English Feeding gophers poison My hair Dull boys Mayonnaise on sandwiches " Shrimp plants " Julia Boys Ridicule Orange hair Tardy bells commercial- CJirls Night cat fights Stephens girls A (juiet phone " Weasel " Knuckle crackers Slow records Cats with blue eyes Slowpokes One minute Tfsts Him Teachers anil homework (Jirls F coplf like m vilf Dishwashing Dishwashing Slowpokes ADMIRER OF Prunefaces Johnn Ray Phi! A certain girl Woodshop Archery M ' dog Fishermen Denise Darcel Bill Barnes C)iie of m ' ex ' s Bob Feller Hopped up cars The Thing Crazy parties Old-fashioned type women My Mother Boys MacArthur Jane Russell S. T. Beans Leo (iaribaldi D. C. Money A certain guy Pop eye Blonds Mone Johnny Ray ' D. H. Horses Sleeping Jay Petersen A certain someone J. Mc. R. M. Bubhledancers jerry?? B. B. Larry Patrick People Little ' s Humphrey ' Fed Williams Stalin Poodle haircuts Deanie Sportsmanship Delphi Guess who? Chick Basketball pla ers ? ? ? ? Baron Michel e Leone J. S. Ray Bolger Eddie and Danny Dick Tracy A cute hoy 1 know As in social living That ' s questionable Custom Mercury coin iit. Clyde Beatty CJood personalities GREAT AMBITION To fly to the sun To he a nurse To have lots of money To he an Eagle Scout To he a baseball player To hunt in Canada To be a secretary To be a fisherman Piay B ' ball like Mr. Hasson To be a doctor To get pas ' ninth grade Pro ball — Cle eland, Na ' y To i uh school To bowl 300 To be a beach (ramp To sunbathe on Pluto To be a famous singer To lie a nurse To be an architect Navy To be a jazz singer To be a bean eater To be a t ' pist To be a Navy gunner To be a money maker To teach myself tennis To be a knight of the road To live until I die To he a flying saucer pilot To learn to dance To be a model 1 t lie a mechanic To marry a zillionaire A date with Robert Mitchum To be six feet tall To join the Coast Cninrd To give Har ey a hotfoot To pop bubbles Secretary To be a pediatrician Ciettin ' to Texas by bicycle To hf a millionaire ' I ' o stay single To teach Mr. C. To rule Russia To lie a writer To be Caruso II To travel To do lietter than Neil Fashion designer To be a race driver The boss ' s private secretary To kill a cat To marry B. McC. To be first woman president Dance in a broad way show Knight of the open road To be a policeman To get straight " A ' s " To be another Lindbergh Work in an old ladies ' honr- ! ' {) marry a rich man To be a lion trainer Get tin ' to Texas by bicycle PROPHECY Continued NAME Judy Fadt ' i Rcnet Faubert Linda Fluegel Lawrence Frey Dick Fryer Sue Gaden Daryl Gibson Kent Gibson Dick Goforth Sandy Goodrich Loyd Goolsby Johnnie Gould Carol Gray Jenie Ciregson Norman Gregson Luther Gresham Joyce Griffith Larry Haas Ronald Halloran Anita Harper June Harper Jack Harris Bette Harrison George Harmon Nina Hash Curt Hayes Bill Heller Lois Hendrix Richard Hendrix Bob Hesse Carole Hevvett Kenny Hisamoto Jim Huffman Richard Hughes Larry Hunter Bill Ippolito John Janzeii Beth Jones Linda Jones Robert Jordan Diana Joseph Elaine Julian Barbara Kelly Joyce Kenyon Darlene Kiefer Jerry Kimball Jerry Kin Darlene Kirkland Roberta Kobata Ralph Kortz David Lytle Patsy Mastaw Hatsume Masutaka Enrique Matta Jackie McAuliffe Johnny McCarthy Frank McKeon Ruth McHenry Norma McConnell JoAnn McKenzie Teddy McOsker John Mercer Oldon Mitchell Jean Monchen Danny Moreno Janice Morris John Morrison Terry Moses CAN ' T LIVE WITHOUT Neta, Jackie and linys Fishermen Mr. Darling Terry Zimmerman Money and food Air (that stuff ynu breathe) Dancing Chocolate milk Women Carol. Joanii A: jnan Brain Baseball Music Talking Motion pictures Women Telling stories Basbetball Food, water, air Carol. Joann and Jackie School H O English teachers (ha!) Girls Friday nights Air Myself That would be telling Chocolate malts Cecil and Beanie That shy guy Good friends Money Dogs Her! Me Shoes Joan McKenzie ' s laugh Air Teachers yelling at me L. G. and J. F. Ballet and acting Horses Bashful boys Money Barbara Toth Food and water A record player A heart Red silk stockings Dancing Music Vacations Girls or money Johnny G. Marge H. Females and air Music Fun Beth Jones ' s little head Girls Myself Women Vacations Money Television Oxygen A bottle PET PEEVE Dragged -out parties Calories Boys with flattops A certain boy S(juare circles Readmission slips Two certain boys My alarm clock English School CJrammar books Girls Some teachers Big feet Ambulance drivers (jirls with red hair Jokes on me Work Social living Spanish Boys at the gas station Mathematics Pat Devantier ' s dog School My little sister English My sister Little men in white coats Raw eggs School ADMIRER OF Larry Hunter Boh P. Mr. Cannon Food Joan Kipling Miss Deatherage A girl from New Mexico Millionaires Truman Johnny Ray Mr. Saparow Ralph Kiner Navy jets Long fingernails Anne Francis Blondes with brown eyes A certain lively dancer Eddie H. Boy Scouts E. M. Skinny people History Baby sitting K. W. and B. R. Janice Goodman Money B. R. That certain guy Johnny Ray Women Shy boys Teachers and school Anybody who is bad to me Father Mechanical drawing Ping pong Shoes with holes Beany Cats J. F. Records at Friday Nighters John McCarthy ' s girl frien Broken shoelaces The curfew Jrnen bus drivers Teachers using wrong stairs Washing dishes Mc My knee Brit, movies ( Ah you theah ?) Friday night shows Homework A certain person Teachers and school Barbara Toth My sister Automobiles Those things you call brothers Top hit songs Deadheads Flagpole sitters People who step on suedes The Thing Harry James Jack Fulmer Napoleon The man in the moon L. G. Anna Pavlova Bathing suits and horses Dishwashing Some people Certain people Work Arguing Three certain girls English and algebra Dull pencils Short phone conversations People Teachers Homework Holey socks Homework Girls Boys A certain teacher People calling me " Creep " Blondes Johnny Ray " Hardells " Sports Johnny G. Bill Ippolito ' s cooking J. Mc. Johnny Ray I know who Ray D. Kay Nelson Food W ild Red Berry " Patches " Girls Alda Robson " Timmy O ' Tool " Big noses GREAT AMBITION To marry a psychiatrist To be a galley girl To be like Miss Turner I have none To be somebody To be a p. e. teacher To be called Gib To be a civil engineer To join the F.B.L To reach high school Naval Air Force To be a baseball player To be in the Navy To give teachers a drop drill To be a movie actor To raise a large family To carve up white rats To pass ninth grade U. S. Army Air Force To learn Spanish Straight A ' s in algebra To l e a lawyer To be a juvenile officer To get into the Navy To get married To join Merchant Marines President of Pharmacy Assn. To always get A ' s Professional basketball To be a playboy To be an old maid To be a good businessman To live on Devils ' Island To be a zoo keeper To raise a football team dA ' s in algebra To be a dance band director To be a juvenile officer To he in the roller derby Professional pretzel bender To be a stenographer Be an actress or a ballerina To raise and train horses To own fifty old cashmeres To be a stenographer To be strong like Kent To be a T.V. cameraman To work around food To jump over the moon To swing on doors Women and money To be a secretary To be myself forever To leave Stephens To help Bromley eat beans Be an architectural engineer To be a baseball player To have long hair To teach Jill tennis To be a gunmoll To be a p. e. teacher Be a knight of the open road To lie a millionaire To get out of Stephens To be a millionaire To be an air force nurse Not to be tardy To get a farm NINE PROPHECY Cnntinued NAME Joan Muehlstedt Dave Nelson Jane Nelson Loretta Newton John Nichols Judy Nickerson Jim Nolen Nadine Noriin Norman Orton Bill Osterhoudt Joanne Palmer Anthony Palombo Norman Paul Arlene Pastorius Harold Pastorius Roland Pearman Delores Pepito Bob Petersen Jay Petersen Vernon Peterson Don Pierce June Plant Florence Posey Nancy Price Sandra Quackenbush James Rahon James Ransdell Barbara Reed Jane Roberts Joan Roberts Alda Robson Marina Rodriguez George Rose Pat Rosenbaum Melvin Rossell© Barbara Rowe Bob Russell Shizuko Sakamoto Richard Salchunas Ethel Seely Bob Seida Carlene Sherman Cliff Shirran Bill Shaw Mary Sherman Janice Shuman Stephen Silverman V ' elma Sinclair John Skelton Ralph Smith Sally Smith Jr Ann Smith Gayle Spencer Corrie Springer Dave Spriggs Joan Stephenson Bob Stevens Harry Stiller Robert Stile . Neta Sullivan Carol Swanson Lewis Tate Carole Taylor Lloyd Taylor Robert Taylor (iary Temple Craig Thompson Gail Thornton CANT LIVE WITHOUT A certain somenne Popular songs My sister ' s clothes Gary Crosby R. V. Licorice Girls A swimsuit Good grades Bill Osterhoudt Real friends Air Vacation Coke floats and S. G. H O Vacation A body Her! Sports Baseball Hamburgers French fries Music The Thing Jazzy music People Women Girls and money Gravity Popular music and friends Straight A ' s Don Cassingham Art Smith Filet mignon A certain person Vacation Dad ' s old gas buggy A ' s in social living Myself Money Animals Curves in short skirts A T. V. set Girls and money Carole A. Leland Leonard Dill pickles Romance Boys Girls Girls and m iney Boys with blue eyes Dick " Candy " Books, fnod, religion Girls The beach Money Girls Huntresses Judy, Jackie and boys Boys. Betty and Peggy Girls Boys Girls Food Food Me Grandma ' s pies PET PEEVE Little men in white cnats Big ears Comb borrowers Sloppy clothes People who act dumb Dishes Teachers Short boys The office Shrimp Boats " Buzz- Big noses Work Corny jokes, conceited boys Food shortage Work Report cards Having to obey Work Book reports Friday Nighters Losing something Runs in my nylons Long-haired music My hair My mirror Teachers My fleas Rainy days Being a twin Boys Boys over 5 ' 5 " Sunday papers on Saturday A certain girl Work Old songs Pink elephants Work Social living teachers School Some teachers Teachers talking all the time Teachers Zebras with red stripes Stubborn people arguing Slow people Hit-cups Spelling tests on Friday Blue ladies Teachers Stephens seagulls Steadies who live far away The eightball Baby sitting; %ash dnthes Two- tone Chevrolets Short fingernails Book reports Social living Shrimp boats with sails I ' nhep parties Deadheads Ciymnastics Truancies Living Teachers, bo iks schools Tumbling Duck-billed platypuses Old fogies ADMIRER OF Polka dotted horses Filet mignon Canasta cards The boy down the street R. V. Anyone who works algebra Caroline C. Tall boys Myself Pat Daniels Beautiful fashions Jack the Ripper Animals Certain athletic Comm. Nice Girls Frank Laine C. B.s car A short girl Eddie and Dan Algebra Beanie and Cecil Cats W. R. Hopped-up cars Cashmeres Cjoose Tatum Hopped-up cars Cute old men A certain guy Hopped-up cars Janice Morris Him! The new Cadillac People who get A ' s Frankie Laine Trumpet players Fools on April Fool ' s Day Cute guys CJirls My dog Mitzi Beautiful women Bob Beavers Hopped up Mercuries C. Alexander Ciood looking guys Tennessee Ernie B. R. Terry Z. and Darlene K. F. W. and J. R. Millionaires That would be telling All the cats at Hughes Franky Laine Nurses, handsome boys Betty Grable Glenn Ford Eddie H. playing basketball S. Williamson M.L.A. All the " cats " at Stephens R. T. Jane Russell Mr. Saparow Women Jack the Ripper Tom Fears Scarface Cashmeres GREAT AMBITION To control men To be in Comus Club To own a flock of cashmeres To be a covergirl model To move from Long Beach Short hair To marry To get A ' s in algebra To marry S. L. To be a pro ball player To be a designer To dye my hair To be a veterinarian To grow roses on Mars To be an engineer To be a man To get to Poly To have a tobacco store To grow hair on my chest To be a TA ' . cameraman To be a toothpick carver To get Harry Stiller To fly to the moon To be a housewife To have a Cadillac To be a worm trainer To be a gunman To die To be short To have naturally curly hair To be an airforce nurse To see sun in California To be a double grunibrain To travel around the world To be a man To be like my mother To be a physician To be rich To be a magician To raise horses To get rich To be a p. e. teacher To own a Mercury To wed C. A. To grow To grow up Be cheese thief on the moon To have a successful career To get out of school To be a millionaire To hit 5 ' 5 ' ' To bring Dead Sea to life To stay single To be a nurse To be a playboy To keep a pencil To swim to the mo in To get out of school Tax-free life Feed Larry Hunter w irms To be a hepcat To marry Jane Russell To be a flagpole sitter To get out of school To be a doctor To be a great football star To build a better mousetrap To stop growing tall TEN PROPHECY Cantinud 4 NAME Kent Timboe George Tong Steve Toth Kenny Towne Alberta Triggs Carole Thompson Patti TurnbuII Russtll Tweddell Sherrill Umharger JoAnn Vandette Marjorie Vidmar Nancy Lou Walters Eiji Wakamiya Dale Walker Pat Wanamaker Jack Warren Nora Webster Donna Weston Judy Wheeler Art White Joyce Whitener Frances Wiggins Sheila Wilhehn Ellen Williams Jerry Wills Doris Wilkey Billy Wilkinson Elouise Wilson Virginia Wilson Winona Wilson Hachiro Yasumura Sandra Zeaser Terry Zimmerman M CAN ' T LIVE WITHOUT A girl? Food Money Women and girls A certain someone Bob Food Carol Swanson Television A heart Hamburgers Humphrey Air Air and B.J.C. Cecil and Beany Summertime Frank Larragoitiy Jazzy music Money Blondes and brunettes That certain person Talking Money Water Nothing Boyfriends Air Ray Robinson Books Radios Sports Chuck G. His laugh PET PEEVE Blue babes Homework Taking orders School Boys who play basketball Lazy people Teachers Temper Homework Bad luck Drop drills Giggling girls Oral reports My sister Hats with big feathers Taxes Party lines To be called " Red " Losing money Dishwater redheads Conceited girls Boys School Lectures English and social My Dad ' s jokes Work Cats Bananas Black Cats Girls Married men That guy ADMIRER OF Guess who ? ? Red Berry Women Ditchers who are not caught That would be telling Crazy cars Tony Anderson J. Nolen k J. K. Pumphrey People Luck Clothes Humphrey ' s offspring Tall men Money Long curly eyelashes Sports Good-looking guys Boys with dark curly hair Darlene Kiefer Women People with brains Alberta Triggs Farley Granger Millionaires Nobody A certain someone Girls John Derek R. K. Cocker spaniels Basketball and swimming Globe-trotters That would be telling GREAT AMBITION To play baseball To marry a rich widow To be President of the U. S. To be a teacher killer To get that man of mine To be a car mechanic Nurse To own a Cadillac To be a millionaire Keep fingernails unbroken To be a secretary To be a bubble dancer To finish college To join the Navy To be a W.A.F. A successful dear hunt To fly To travel around the world To be a stenographer To be a millionaire Twelfth grade graduation To stay single To be a tightrope walker To be a journalist To be a gravedigger To be a brunette To be a man To get A ' s in math. To be a nurse To become a missionary To be a technician To have curly hair To be a p. e. teacher ELEVEN our Mi .. Ik.iuLu, e .,Lin-Jui Miss Nolds, Dean of Girls Mr. Liff, Principal Mr. Farrell, Vice Principal Mrv. C;al ;. Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. Wright. Miss McAnuity, Mrs. Jackson, Mr. O ' Brien. STUDENT CABINET Dr. Puvvt-rs, sch .ul physician, and Mrs. C ' askey. school nursf, offer Jo Ann Evans, Nellie Bell, Alherta Tri K ' , Pat Crane, Faye WoocUanii, advice t« Rnlurta RiUy on how to grnw-up strong and healthy. Jo Ann Vandette, Kitty Curry, Bobby Seida, Sue Gaden, II nrojd Pastorius. TWELVE hadev% FACULTY Fnmt Rnw: Mrs. Hooper, Mrs. Burns, Miss Barker, Mrs. Peralez, Mrs. Hanson, Miss Mattern, Miss Deatherage. Ruw 2: Mr. Thienes, Mr. Napper, Mr. Benson, Mrs. Paine, Mrs. Armstrong, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Kaufman, Mr. Ewen. Row 3: Mr. Hasson, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Sapannv, Mr. Roth, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Darling, Mr. Cannon, Mr. R. Robinson. The inset picture is of Mr. Robert Ware, who was called into the Navy in the middle of the first semester of the school year. Mr. Cassara, another faculty mt-mber, is now serving in the Army. Not Pictured: Miss Cobb, Mrs. Fur janick, Miss Coughlin, Mr. Davies, Miss Degler, Mr. Eizak, Mrs. Glaser, Miss Macartney, Miss Parsons, Mr. F. Robinson, Miss Turner, Mrs. Wang. STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row: Harold Pastorius. Kitty Curry, Fayt Wnndland, Joan Crane, Alberta Triggs, Jo Ann Evans, Nellie Bell, JoAnn ' andette, Sue Gad en. Bob Seida. Row 2: Miss Nolds, Kay Abbot, Marilyn Smith, Patsy Triggs, Lynda Hall, Joyce Griffith, Francis Wiggins, Julie Collister, Jenie Gregson, Marion Smith. Row 3: Fred Sleep, Barbara Bennett, BilUe Jean Chambers, Kay McPherson, Roy Cawley, Rodney Griffith, Mary Bell, Mary Jessing. Row 4: Daryl Gibson, John Burrow, Bill Du Bourdieu. THIRTEEN Hubs B .« n• » a-■l ' V FiuiH K(. : taroKn Alston, M rfia Southern, Leona Blanchctle, Car ' ilynne Luin. Karen Blake, Janet Ruhlig, and Carol Hawkins. Row 2; Virginia Vilsf)n, Ellen Williams, Loretta Newton, Sandy Quackenhush, Carol Barton, Barbara Rowe and Mrs. Hanson. Row 3: Danny Hooker, Charles Curtis, Pat Cuf-ran, Robert Jordan, Mike Janisch, Woodrow Wilson and Jimmy Fukumoto. 3 5 i( ■» « ■ ' i 5 ssats ' Front Row: Joyce Livingston, Nancy Eddie, Jack Harris, Don Swann, Jaine ' ung. John Henry, Irving Buffalo, Havid Stoll, Cary Skelton, Mike Janisch, Jimmy Fukumoto, Roland Smith, Tommy Atkinson, Roger Smith. Sandra Krnsh. Janet Ruhig and Catherine Custer. Row 2: Mario Castro, Nina Rosenbaum, Margie Van Meter, Noel Hall, Linda Anderson, Norma Tanega, Barbara Martin, Coni Hope, Shirley Mc- Osker, Carol Barton, Claudette Pooie, Carole Chase, Jane Van Doren and Karen Blake. Row 3: Jere Green, Carolyn Sponn, Bonnie Thomas, Virginia Martin. Barbara Osterhoudt. Cecilia Bryant, Tat Swinney, Sherryl Eattm, Marlon Smith, Judy Cooper, John Hutchison, Robert Bean and Dorothy Arthur. Row +: Frank Martin, Ted Schlosser, Calvin Herman, Pat Curran, Kenny Hi anioto, Fred Wilson. Alan Rnvbuck. Don Newton. Helena Browning, Carol Spriggs, Caroline Cook and Allen Austin. FOURTEEN mdio vi ' suai Left Side: From Row; Miss Molds, David Jenkins, John Hutchison. Standing: Jimmy Fukumoto, Richard Hendrix. Row 2: Mr. Robinson, Gene Bernard, Mike Brookhyser. Right Side: Front Row: Larry Norton, Jack Harris, Gary Skelton, Don Sorenson Row 2: Harry Smith, Gary Piercy, Horace Benefield, Billy Whilten. Row 3: Gary Connon, Allen Austin, Lee Anderson, Alan Loundagin. Row 4: David Nelson, David Stoll, Dick Cooper, Bill Du- Bourdreu, Rodney Griffith. btblO club Front Row: Patsy Triggs, 5andr;i Weinstein, Sandra Coleman. Sally Sullivan, Marilyn Smith, Gerry Searcy, Judy Nickerson, Margie Van Meter, Row 2: Terry Zimmerman, JoAnn Vandetle, Jenic Gregson, Adeane Arnold, Barbara Bennett, Carolyn Churchill, June Harper, Carol Spriggs. Row 3; Louis Hewett, Daryl Gibson, Phillip Costello, David Spriggs, Lawrence Frey, Bobby Seida, Ralph Dunn, Bill Shaw. off (CD anO li ' brarr Seated: Gayle Spencer, Joan Roberts, Marilyn Burton, Ruth McHenry, Jane Roberts, Velma Roberts, Florence Posey, Sheila Wilhelm, Carol Hewett, Adeane Arnold, Janet De Graff, Lois Hendrix, Don Allen, Loyd Goolsby, John Morrison, Neal Rosen- felt, Lloyd Taylor Carolyn Connon, Nellie Bell, Nora Web- ster, Patty Rosenbaum, Nma Hash Barbara Bennett, Margie Van Meter. Standing: Robert Russell, Art White, Bill Shaw, Joan Stephenson, Virginia Wilson, Joe Nabors, Pat Curran, Ben Clayton, Marvin Baskin, Terry Moses. FIFTEEN scbolacsh FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS: Fa e Woudland, Prtsidciit Rohert Kohata. Vice-Presidfiit AllttTta Tri i.L;v, Sccrftar -TreaMirer SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS: Alhcrta Triggs, President Arlene Pastorius, Vice-President C ' iirol Thorn ps( in. Sec rtt a r ' -Treasurer FACULTY ADVISORS: Miss Turner Mr. Cannon Knneta Anderson Adeane Arncild Dorothy Arthur Torn Aikin- in Jerome Bakkc Billy Barnett Carol Barton Marv L nn Bell Rita Black Karen Blake Wallace Blayiock Jeanette Bourgeois Roy Brant Sandra Brosh Kay Brookhyser Mike Brookhyser Frank Brown Jill Biichan Charline Burns Masa Butsuniyo Viola Cadranell Patsy Jo Carter Sheila Cary Roy Cawley Billie Jean Chambers Ann Chanibliss Carole Chase Bennie Clayton Carl Constantine Terry Cookman Judy Cooper Joan Crane Carroll Crose Kitty Curry Marjorie Dreith Charles DuBourdifu Sherry! Eaton Nancy Eddie Jo Ann Evans Judy Fader Ka Farnsworth Judy Fretl Lawrence Prey Jimmy Fukunioto Mary Furcron Shigeko Furuta Sue Gaden Deanne Gardner Sadie Gibbs Barbara Gibson Darxl t.it vnn Jenie Gregson Joyce Griffith Larry Haas Marian Hada Nancy Hall June Harper George Hash Nina Hash Calvin Herman Can)! Hewett John Hunter Rohert Hutchins Robert Ishii Mary Sue James Bob Johnson Deborah Jnhnson Nanc Johns »n Beth Jones Deanne Jones Elaine Julian Loretta Keenan SIXTEEN t iar) Kirkhridt Judy Kline Mary Sue Knauf Emi Kobata Robert Kobata Janice Kohn Kikuye Komori Xnbuve Komori Christina Kridle Shirley Lawson Carol Ann Le Masters Su an Lewis Carol Link Joyce Loiess Petra Marinez Enrique Malta Ruth McHenr - Ka McPherson Horis Merrick Diana Miller Dun Miller Jean Monchen tieorge Morris Nancy Mosley Jane Nelson Sonja Newgaard Gwen Newton Judy Nickerson Nadine Norlin Robert Norton Marc Osterhoudt John Passarello Arlene Pastorius Harold Pastorius Vernon Peterson Gary Pierc ' Sandra Quackenhush Jane Randall Carol Renold Diane Revo Roberta Riley Joan Roberts Evelyn Robinson Marv Robinson Alda Robson Sandra Rodman Wavne Rose Barbara Rowe Murray Shaevitz Carma Gail Shewand Stephen Silverman Harry Smith Janice Smith Joan Smith Jo Ann Smith Marion Smith Sally Smith Tom Smith Myrna Southern Carolyn Spoon Joan Stephenson Neta Sullivan Sally Sullivan Norma Tanega Bonnie Thomas Carole Thompson Gail Thornton Jerry Thornton Deanna Thorpe George Tong Alberta Triggs Kayko Tsuno Ono Tsutomu Lillian Uchida Jo Ann Vandette Barbara Van Dusen Marjorie Vidman Eiji Wakamiya Jack Warren Joan Whitener Joyce Whitener Doris Wilkey Ellen Williams Faye Woodland Frances Worthington Hideo Vasamura Ruiko Yamashita Sandra Zeaser SEVENTEEN bom Front Row: Wriberl Doyle, Howard Ros- enberg, Jack Harris, Gloria Van Dover, Jeanine Warrick, Dianne Loundigan Shi- geko Furuu Nancy Mosley, Mary Jane Toth, Margaret Zaragoza. Row 2: Richard Cox, Oscar Rivera, Dale Clapp, Donald Palmer, Nina Pitcher, Carol Quinlan, Myrlin Perkins, Helen Moore, Sharon Crowder, Betly Thomp- son, Mrs. Paine. Row 3: Masa Butsumyo, Bob Ishii, Jce Kelsey, Bill Bogan, Doyle Bowers, Ross Johnson, Gary Piercy, Dale Bowers, James Nier, Ronald Leathe.man, Forrest Good- Noe Pictured: Douglas Williams, Jeanine Fairchild. Noel Hall, Carole Poltenburgh, Kay Stoneburner, Ruiko Yamashita. Front Row; Larry Tedder, Linda Bishop, Barbara Hatfield, Anita Cabe, Gary Tisor and Oriie Williams. Row 2: George Kinnicutt, Jerry Wilker- son, John West, Lloyd Radford, Robert Lavin and Billy McCloud. Mot Pictured: Michael Barrett, Donald Bodeen, Dale Clapp, Mich Edwards, Grace Helton Prentice King, Rudolph Martinez and Robert McKean. Front Row: Charline Burns, Sandra Brosh, Shirley McOsker, Coni Hope, Robert Hamilton, Lee Merryfield, Arthur Laurey, Gene Barnard, Glenn Morgan and Mark McCandless. Row 2 " George Hash, Barbara Martin, Barbara Osterhoudl, Diane Revo, Gloria Arnold, Karen Booher, Joyce Loless, Dorothy Arthur, Kay McPherson, Jane Van Doren, Bonnie Thomas, Fred Dagam- pal. Row 3: Mr. Ewen, Jerry Guzman, Bill King, Calvin Herman, Harold Maglio, Joe Passmore Mike Brookhyser, Chuck Ken- nedy and Dick Klassy. Not Pictured: Joy West, Marcia Seager, Carmelita Sanchez, Marvin Howey and Donald Burton. EIGHTEEN toanrs Front Row; Patty Fischer, Joan Kipling, Joan Crane, Marcia Harrold, Christiii.i Kridle, Joan Whitener, Betty Jean Ruff, Nancy Hall. Row 2: Eddie Williams, Hideo Yasamura. Bob Parkin, Roland Smith, Wayne Hig- ley. Bob Morris, Jack Criswell, Roger Smith, Don Miller, Jimmy Christison, Row 3: Jean McMurry, Jane Randall, Evelyn Robinson, Joy Pfiillips, Vicki Sul- livan, Mary Shamp, Lynnete Roadstrom, Toni Lee Phillipl. Row 4: Mr. Eiiak, Dale Meeker, Bill Wagner, Jack Robertson, Bill Patten, Paul Hipp, Kenneth Kupstas, Larry Gor- don, Jimmie Griffiths, Jofin Hunter. Not Pictured: Carole Cartwrighl, Danny Murphy, Barbara Van Dusen, Pat Swinney, Kenneth Biggs, Brian Carroll. Front Row: Nina Rosenbaum, Myrna Southern, Billie Jean Cassingham, Caro- lyn Lunt, Karen Blake, Janet Ruhlig. Elizabeth Haas, Catherine Custer, Larry Kishiyoma, and Jimmy Fukumoto. Row 2: Lynne Souza, Velma Davis, Edna Robb, Claudette Poole, Lynn Lewis, Mike Janisch, David Shwenn, Tommy Atkinson, Paul Motz and Bob Johnson. Row 3: Mr. Ewen, Woodrow Wilson, Edward Harris, Charles Curtis, Pat Cur- ran, James Searcy, Alan Roebuck, Marc Oslerhoudt and Ray Solorzano. Not Pictured: Frank Brown, Bennie Clayton, Connie Dandrew, Judy Hesse, Danny Hooker, Robert Part in, Harold Magllo and Dick Thurtle. Front Row: Glenda Johns, Noel I Hall, Nancy Eddie, Nancy French, Aletha Jones, Patricia McBride, Deanna Friend and Nobuye Komori. Row 2: Sammy Matsumoto, Robert Nor- ton, George Yablonsky, Lours Lopez, Al- len Austin, David Stoll, Gary Skelton, Donald Swann and Mrs. Armstrong. Row 3: Jere Green, Larry Jepson, La- Verne Robinson, Sherry I Eaton, Judy Cooper Helena Browning, Koneta Ander- son, Helen McKelvey, Beverly Schwartz Jeanetle Bourgeois, Sonja Jenson and Dennis Greenwell. Not Pictured: Carlene Adams, Bob Bak- er, Dennis Boaz, Kenneth Reardon, Billie Nell Wood, Palsy Smith, Claudette Dixon, Georgette King, Dennis Kee and Sandra Mapes. Front Row: Raymond Engeike, Kenneth ' .Virtin, James Young, Landed Myers, Jjhn Henry, Mario Castro, Irving Buffalo, E Tii Kobata, Margie Van Meter, Sandra - ' . illiamson. Row 2 1 Betty Donica, Kayko Tsuno, Marian Hada, Mary Sue James, Pelra Martinez, Norma Tanega, Susan Lewis, Marie Heins, Deanna Thorpe, Carol Chase, Carol Barton. Row 3: Mr, Robinson Henry Osierhoudl. Fred Wilson, Con Newton, Frank Manm, Robert Bean, Milton Stovall, Ted Schlos- ser, Carol Spnqgs Cecilia Bryant, Caro- line Cook, Marilyn Keller. Not Pictured: Donna Hernon, Joe Nabors, Phil Shrotman and Roger Smith. Front Row: David Livingston, David Jen- kins, Ronald Bushy Thomas Skidmore. Donald Roseff, Eugene Linley, Larry Mil- ler, Raymond Barquera, Dale Johnson, Terry Smith and Neil Halloran. Row 2: Leona Blanchette Carolyn Alston Sondra Nelson, Genevieve Oelgadillo, Pal Swinney, Marian Smith, Lillian Uchida, Joyce Livingston, Linda Lee Anderson Carolyn Johnson and Virginia Martin. Row 3: Mr. Robinson, Carolyn Spoon, Kenneth Sather, Vtfilliam Spears, Paul McCarthy, Kenneth Riordan, Gary Hutchi- son Robert Whitten, John Hutchison and Norman Woodson. Not Pictured: Buford Reynolds and Jo Ann McLaughlin. Front Row: Carmen Brillo and Thela Whitney. Row 2: William Nakaqawa, Otis Gooch Jack Wilson, Bobby McCloud and George Haas. Row 3: Marlene Anderson, Lee Ann Min- ter, Lorea Underwood, Shirley Bowman, Lorelta Smith and Edith Gardner. TWENTY Front Row: Sandy Smith, Palsy Trjqgs. Judy Faustner, Karl French, Charles Johnston, Carl Constantine, Michael Na- kashima and Robert Pike. Row 2: Jerome Bakke, Lois Hershey, Darlene Cook, Rebecca Villarreal, Edith Sleep, Ruth Davis, Richard Voltmer and Edward Arasin. Row 3: Allene Collins, Barbara Helton, Sally Sullivan, Ganean Vogan, Joel I Hughes, Sharon Summers, Nancee Smith, Sondra Rodman and Wally O ' Connor. Row 4: Billy Dean, Bill Marks, Downing Morgan, Maria Almendarez, Laura Proc- tor, Gwen Newton, Carol Williams, Alice Castillo, Darryl Rubin and Mrs. Arm- strong. Not Pictured: Carlene Davenport, Lor- etta Ippolito, Barbara Toth, Ramona Villarreal and Terry Hammond. Front Row: Phyllis Farrow, Alice Maibie, Diane Abrams, Irene Bellows, Robert Pritchelt, Fred Sleep, Wallace Blaylock, Allan Threet, Theron Shurtz, Scott Cham- bers and Horace Benefield. Row 2: Kay Farnsworth, Pat Johnson, Judy Evans, Sandra Coleman, Lynda Hall, Caroll Ann Cooper, Ronald Kirkland, Larry Schadick, Jacob Fabarez, Julio Garcia and Sam Incardone. Row 3: Mary Johnson, Barbara Clark, Barbara Cain, Barbara Hart, Joan Puck- ett Jim Thomas, Robert Gardner, Mike Albertson, Kenneth Jackson and Frank Dutra. Not Pictured: Dennis Dahl, Steven Reed, Jonell Hoke and Sandra Jenner. Front Row; Fred Criswell, Jimmy Jor- dan, Eddie Rutan, Car! Wetteroth, Rupert Belli, Bobby Compton, Judy Kline, Beke Whitthorne, Janice Kohn, Nancy Dimmick and Michicko Yamashita. Row 2: Kay Abbott, Loretta Grimes, Gloria Slillz, Patty Kelly, Deanne Garder, Judy Frett Glenn Voorhees, Dick Al- bright, George Ichikawa, Joey Shramek and Miss Cobb. Row 3: Barbara Gibson Linda Pittillo, Suzy Ford, Jo Ann Byers, Judy Dugdale, Mary Jo Robinson, Mary Furcron, Robert Riley, Charles Morris, Dennie Austin and Chuckie Bowlin. Not Pictured: John Ernst, Wayne Town- send, Dorothy Williams and Dick Heath. Front Row: Dick Lewis, Don Claunch, Ai- sumi One, Gary Cannon, Wayne McCaffrey, Paul Macias Seiji Istiii, Kenneth Lyons and David Railsback. Row 2: Rita Carrick, Marilyn Kastle, Bar- bara Thompson, Sadie Gibbs, Mary Jessing, Nan Monahan, Marie Thurlle and Barbara Wolf. Row 3: Virginia Miner, Marylynn Bell, Gen- evera Sloan, Roberta Riley, Shirley Spam- hower, Joan Dai ley, Grace Hill and Mrs. Armstrong. Row 4: Gary Gregson, Willard Mineharl Robert Hamashita, James Nervrck, Charles Console, Terry West and Bill Ellithorpe. Not Pictured: Thomas Crossett, Gordon Bushey, Bill Finley and Rodney Griffith. Front Row: Ken Saito, Donald Douglas, James Nixon, Jerry Green, Marie Inouye, Alona Bliss and Barbara Smith. Row 2: Ronald Weaver, Larry Decker, Tom Jackson, William Whitney Bob Valenta, Rob- ert Hutchins Julius Ar.tonitz and Michael Halle. Row 3: Mary Sue Knauf, Gerry Searcy, Mari- lyn Smith, Betty Linley, Catherine Nelson Barbara Hagan, Jo Ann Wodville, Thelma Harlow and Miss Cobb. Row 4: Ronald Richards, William Tanaka, Michael Reed. Norman Glenn, Jack Stephens, Anita Naranjo, Heather Hovat and Sandra Weinstein. Not Pictured: Robert Minehart, Vernon Mor- gan, Janet Lemmerman, Penny Wills and Gail Braden. Front Row: Joseph Hash, David Boyington, Thomas McCart, Tommy Evans, Bill Russ, Don Johnson and Louis Hewett. Row 2: Dennise Robson, Celia Zaragoza, Grace Updike, Ruth Caul, Carol White, Donna Shipman, Cathy Unanoff and Donna Kimball. Row 3: Gordon Myhre, Ronald Van Tifflin, Steve Wooley, Don Brewer, Gary Davis, Rich- ard Tschinkel, Bob Broker, Jerry Schmeling and Mrs. Hooper. Row 4: Eddie Frederick, Wayne Benson, Howard Kallemeyn, Terry Cofield, Tom Smith, Jean Benigno, Deanna Jones, Kay Brookhyser and Judith Ryan. Not Pictured: Eric Koski. TWENTY-TWO Front Row: Jerry Tong. Dennis Hill, Benny Riser, Dennis Swann, Clarence Huff, Carma Gail Sheward, Frances Worthington, Roberta Hale, and Don Kimball. Row 2: Shirley Peltry, Vera Lyies, Judy Kirk, Diane Lucente, Barbara Parks, Kath- leen Mernill, Yachiyo Suzuki, Susie Lyons, Henryetta Martinez, Wlyrna Grefsrud and Jane Gourlay. Row 3: Ronnie Willson, Larry Horton, Ger- ald Bacus, Wesley Fredenburg, Mike Hole, Frank Pollard, Dennis Boaz, Harry Smith and Jack McCaddon. Not Pictured: John Passarello, Sharon Pat- nek, James Von Eps and Sally Wallers. Front Row: Lee Harris, Teddy Darling, Rich- ard Wagner, Larry Houston, Sandra Van Dover, Shirley Casamenlo and Edythe Darling. Row 2: Nancy Panting, June Quinby, Sharon Schwenn, Starr Reihm, Linda Dunbar, Caro- l n Tapley, Georgia Worlhen, Benita Garcia and Frances Lewis. Row 3: Lee Dabbs, Alfred Parks, Billy Bea- com, Carol Renold, Nancy Johnson, Diana Miller, Nancy Hopkins and Penny Person. Not Pictured: Rachael DeLa Rosa, Barbara Drieth, Carol Hawkins, Lavonne McCaddon, Deanna Murphy, Karen Peterson, Sharon Sullivan and Thomas Morales. Front Row: Lois Brock, Shigeko Odama, Lor- etla Keenan, Carol Ann LeMasters, Nancy Reece, Carolyn Corsino and Sandra Shaw, Row 2: Earl Reed, Donald Mortenson, John Chiswell, Harold Qui n Ian, Jerry Tyner, Alan Loundagin, Lee Anderson, Eddie Walker, Al- lan Collins and Kent Maclver. Row 3: Dennis Shannon, Seanne Griffis, Helen Kile, Rose Harrison, Clara Smith, Donna Cooper, Sheila Cary, Gwen Hess, Carl Berg- kvist and Mrs. Hooper. rjot Pictured: Juanita Carter, Keith Korlz, Lyman Laisy, Carol Link, James Lucente, Jerry McDonnell, Bill Short, Bill Hughes and Gerald Finley. Front Row: Betle Ausburn, Louise Heins, Shirley Shirran, Nancy Edge, Doris Sullivan, Earlene Reed, Kay Montez. Row 2: Donna Hunter, Bobby Crisman, Gloss Coleman, Leo Derdzinski, Jim Collister and Tom Palmer. Row 3: Donald Miller, Gary Connon, Dale Quinn, Douglas Farmer, Eugene Derdzinski. Not Pictured: Leslie Whalen, Franklin James and Steve Maynard. TWENTY-THREE mu%ic IjlsTlsRili ournalfsm The members of the journalism class wish to express their gratitude to Kitty Curry, Bill Osterhoudt and Arlene Pastorius for their work as Scroll Artists this year, and t ) Miss Barker, who super iseil. Carol Barton, Carole Chase, Howard Rosenberg, JnAjin Evans, Hill Shaw, Jiiiu ' llar|)n, Daryl Gilison, Hnl. b.hiis.in, Mrs Hooper, Carolyn Churchill, John Hunter. Not Pictured; Bill Ippolito, Alan Roebuck, Robert Partin, Phil Shrotnian. Editors of CHATTERBOX: JoAnn Eyans, Carolyn Churchill. Editors of SCROLL: Daryl Cibson, June Harper. TWENTY-SIX spoHs BOYS ' COMMISSIONERS — HarulJ I ' a torius Richard Hendrix (first semester) {second semester) GYMNASTICS w r JATURDAY LEAGUE FOOTBALL — C r -;iiii: N ' tal Ru cnfcld, Marvin Baskin. Crais Thumpson, Bob Stevens, Bo Parkin, Dnn Snan, Bob Valenta, David Stoil, Wally Blaylock, B Team: Ray Hill, Larry Haas, Ozzie Williams, Ray Solorzano, Bub Ishii Cooper, Hachiro Vasumura. A Team: Ben Clayton, Harold Pastorius, Johnny Gould, Bob Seida, Ton stock, Richard Hendrix, Bill Osterhoudt, Charles Curtis, Pat Curran. ' 2 m ( SATURDAY LEAGUE BASKETBALL— C TcaiTi : Hideo a ariuir.T, Pini Newton, Loyd Goolshy, Neil Rosenfeld, David Stole, Carl Bergkvist, Marvin Baskin, Roh Hamilton, Donald Swann, Dick ' ' Parkin, Bob Stephens. B Team : Lewis Tate, Masa Butsumyo, Jay Petersen, Larry Haas, Kent Black- Timboe, Jack Gillies. Marc Osterhaudt, Hachiro Va amura. A Team: Terry Moses, David Nelson, Bohliy Seida, Don Gould, George Harmon, Pat Curran, Harold Pastor ins, VA ' ayne Brown, Paul McCarthy, Ben Clayton, Kenny Reardon, Bill DuBourdieu. TWENTY-SEVEN m ATHLETIC COMMISSIONERS — A - i ' -t;int C ' liiiiini siMiui-. Nfllir Zim merman and Pat Koseiihauti Athletic Commissioner. pil, Norma Tanej a, Terr Not pictured : Sue CJaden, HONOR HEALTH CLUB — 1 rniit Rnw : Kiiii Kohato, Noel Hall, Wanda Hutcheson, Sandra Brosh, Joyce t.rittiih, Anita Harper, Junietta Ellison. Joan Emhrey, Nellie Bell, Carol Haw- kins. Shirley Casamento, Sandra Williamson, Margie Van Meter. Row 2: Mary Sue James, Jo Ann Smith, Patsy Jo Carter. Carole Thompson, Sandra Zeaser, Alberta Triggs, Shirley McOsker, Barbara Martin. Henryetta Martinez, Clara Smith, Loretta Keenan. Sandra Shaw. Row 3: Margery Dreith, Petra Martinez, Norma Tanega, Joyce Kenyon, Jo Ann Vandette. Coni Hope. Diana Joseph, Jackie Bowen. Carol Link, Sheila Cary, Bonnie Thomas, Carolyn Spoon. Row 4: Velma Sinclair, Cecilia Bryant, Caroline Cook, Carolyn Corsino, Donna Cooper, Joan Packet, Terry Zimmerman, Joyce Whitner, Sandra Quackenlnish Jane Nelson, Arlene Pastorivis, Nadine Nnrline, Jcnie Gregson. TWENTY-EIGHT an[05 MAJORETTES: SEVENTH GRADE CHAMPS: Standing: Billy Jean Chambers, i ' at Carter. Alberta TrigM; , Sandra Zeaser and Front Row: Patricia Johnson. Lynda Hall, Irene Bellows and Marjorie Dreith. Janell Hokes. Kneeling: Arlene Pastorius. Row 2: Joan Puckett, Sandra Cr)leman, Barbara Clark and Mary Johnson. Row 3: Joann Byers, Janice Kohn, Michiko Vamashita. Judy Frett, Barbara Gibson and Mary Furcron. EIGHTH GRADE CHAMPS: NINTH GRADE CHAMPS: Front Row; Donna Jean Hernon. Mary Sue James, Enii Kobata. Front Row; Joan Roberts, Norma McConnell and Jane Roberts. Row 2: Marian Hada, Betty Donica, Kayko Tsuno and Pctra Martinez. Row 2: Barbara Kelly, Audrey Goldberg, Ruth McHenry and Ciayle Spencer, TWENTY-NINE autograpb c Ju J .yy L 73 - -e. -- ---w- ' --.--- ' ' 5 ? r A , ' % V ) p. ' I f y % ...3 I ' f 4 S - THIRTY-TWO ' 2 ' .JK % c: P » %-ir f:: . -r " . — y -- 5 ' - ' • A : A VF - ■,y j %4 . , 7


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