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MICHELE GLENN WAYS AND MEANS... ADVISOR ..

. . MICHELE GLENN .MISS JEANNE PALMER


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You meet her walking across the ·athletic field eoch doy-she listens to your problems however lorge or small-she laughs at your silly, senseless �emorks-rshe acknowledges your pees ence with o worm smile ond o nod of her heed and then con­ tinues on her woy to the girls' gym. There, as welt os on the ploying field, she hos won the respect of every student ot Claremont High. All 1hrough life we will remember her os a true sportsman. And so ta o devoted instructor who is helping to develop in us oll the desire 10 be worthy champions and loyol sportsmen, we dedicaJe El Esp1r1tu de 1950----

MRS. ELLEN BRANNAN


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life-these were yo

teachers and

your advisors-the most observed and the mos�dicoted sportsmen of all.

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MR. ARTHUR MAIN Superintendent First Semester

MR. HUGH WILBY Superintendent Second Semester


SCHOOL 80Al!D, M,. Albert Norton; Mr. William Monlgom«y: Mri. Clifford 8. Pitzer, cho,rrnoo,; Mn. Joi.eph Gr,�i; O,. Gilbert Cohr/o,,

MR. lYLE MARTIN Principal

MR. JOHN BRUBAKER

1uitant Business Manager


Mill Hordy, 12th grO<N; Mr. Toylor, ChildWelfo,e a'!d Anendance Olf,�r, M,. 1111, grode; M,. CUl'lliffe, 10tl, g,ode; M, Oyle,, 9r1, g,ode, Khool f>'ycl,olog,ir

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itr.auer. 7,1, qrade: Mi11 Kl'lulSon, 811, g,ade; Mr. Siem,


MISS MARJORIE ADAMS

MR. JAMES D. BOOKHOUT Chemistry, Physics, Biology MR. WILLIAM BOOTH Advanced Moth

MRS. ELLEN BRANNAN Physical Education


MRS. CLARA FETTERS

Orchestra

MRS. DIXIE BLACK MR. ROYAL FRASER Business Education

MR WALTER FISHER Spanish

MRS. ELEANOR GALLOWAY Jr. High English, Social Studies MRS. CORNELIA HULL Sr. High English

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MISS HARRIET HARDY Dean of Girls, Sr. English


MR. QUAY IVES

Jr. High English, Social Studies

MR. HARRY LEVINE Social Studies, World History

Biology, General Science

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MRS. MARJORIE NOBLE Sr. High English

World History, American History


MISS FRANCES ROBINSON Chorus

MRS. EMILY RONFELDT French MR. ERNEST SNYDER Industrial Arts

MR. EARL STRANG Driver Training

MR. DAVID STERN American Hislory American Democracy

MR. NORMAN TAYLOR General Science, Biology MRS. BERNICE YOUNG

Band


NURSES, V, Schu�le,, F. ICt,tl, J_ HenriC\1$.

Are you tired, rundown and in need of a gym excuse?

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-ITTRl�,f�R�[f Row, E. Head, C. Ell,1on, H. Alk,re, W. Fuller. 2"d Row H. Woyhom, G. Bort,no, ;_ Geumon. J_ Cla rk, A Morgensen

SECRETARIES .eo±ed, S. Piquo,d; srond,ng. I!:. Von We,1, l. Miller, V

CAF�TERIA STAFF, Mr. Ferrill, E. Shins, El. B,oner, C. Goruo1e., 0. Ennquez, E. Condel<n.

Hove you ever needed o locker opened, o bulletin dittoed, tables set up, or help with the many unbelievable problems that girls, boys and teachers hove? These valiant spodsmen ore always ready to assist, and ore certainly appreciated.

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Together these individuals first realized their all-important sportsmanship duties.

In moulding these chorocteristics and

experiences together, they looked to the senior high and ad­ ministration to find examples and desired guidance.

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The opportunity to be a representative on the Junior High Student Council af­ fords

a

very worthwhile

experience

This is an organization which maids many qualities of sportsmanship into the character of these able Junior Hig� leaders.

�i lsr Row, Min Knu1son, S. Jones, G. Wrbs ter, 0. Kic,elhor>t, J. Smger, M. Ronkeo, L. Mortin. 2nd Row, J; Muolz<el, B. Bentley, J. Rohman. S C, r,ggs. !'. ,;.,hey, H F,lloon, M EidT, C. Clark. L P,erce. G. low• rence. F. Hungerford. 3rd Row, G Comet. M. Gonzales, A. Busto,. S Seors, D. Gale, M. Maklin, B. Lattin, T. Hoop

CLASS PRESIDENTS--\st Row, G. Wrbs ter, 9th; M. Moklin, 8th. 2nd Row, D l(,e<elho"T. 9th; H F,lloon

As representatives in Student Council, As• sembly Committee, and in clubs, the seventh grade leaders paved the way for their class members. This contribution to s�ortsmanship wos a step in the direction of a high goal. The members of the eighth grade class worked foithfully to present beautiful decorations and enjoyable entertainment at the annual May Dance. This training for further activities was most valuable. Working hard to construct a float for Homecoming, selling cookies lo raise money, and participating in drives far national organiza­ tions gave these sportsmen o chance to develop a high class spirit The ninth grade, in preparation for the future years at Claremont High, learned through the many activities that they sponsored to work together as o team. The planning for dances and the raising of money for earning activities gave them an insight into the future years at Claremont:

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h: 11ow, f. Torrez. J. fut1e,, S. Md'orlo nd, S. Suri, A. Swonr, A. Vondenbu,g. J. Oorby, I. Couhe,, l. Gole, 8. C.Oote. 2nd l!ow- E. Jocobson N Foster, J. Yo.-t.. T. lotlOn, M. Colvert, 8. Price, C. Pedell,Ofl, M. Horrln,gron. 3rd Row, N. Sreworr, P. S,nclo", J. Scott, L. Yermosek, 8. Za1,n,lr.y, J. Heo�I, ll Frompton. "th Row, M. Eidt, S. Hortz, K. Adair, C. WiHl<;rm,, M. Fuger.

ht Row, L Shull, C. Goltordo, R Co!)enhover, J. J1mener, 8. Buih. It BM!lo,d. 8. Jh•u,h. 8. 5chlole,. :>nd Row 8 Cormono, C. Mc,;,h, J. A. Duncan, C. Sears, P. woo,;b,;dge. 8. E,p,no,a. J Beck. 3,d Row, A. P,esion, D Dworak, M. Momnez, M. Von Nore, E. K,Asey, R. Cole, T. Gorr

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hf ltow, L t-siler, l. Monin, H. Fillon. C. Cvnis. B Pull, om, S. Fours, It Smilh, II. Pu!!kommer, J. fronk. 2nd Row- T. Fink, J_ Gobltor, R. RouH, M. Seopy, J. Seemon n, E. Hober, It Coni,....o,. 0. Rohman, O. W iko�en. 3r d Row, E. Webtre,, C. EH,,, C. dorlt, 8. HodglOl'I, 0. MotT;lO.,, J. 8oordmon, N. Allen, R. Stopp. -41h Row, It Wou,nk, J. Blod:, 0. Graham, It .loo.$on, R. Devl,n, C. Oovis, T. Srrot1ot1,

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1st Row, S. Gan:iduenos, It Snider, 0. Whyte, N. Moote, N. M:injorrer, R. Abu ndir, J. Reoy. 2nd Row, M. Hende�on, I( lo1orer, 0. Bunoro, J. Sevick, C. Aguilo r, R. Brown, L. Faubus. 3rd Row, L Og,..;,, M. Zo,nes, J. W1lliom1, T. Fuller, J. SofVflr, -41h Row, E. Willlom,, 8. LoMeor, J. Gonzolei, 0. Sevilla.


h: Row R. Reorn, E. Kor>e, M. Rose, J. S:,otswood. l. 8 0,ler, G. low,•nao, S. Naida<, J . Andersen, S. Wollon, D. Gach. 2nd Ro"'1, 8. Kieselho,.1, M. Ronkln, A Smirh, r. lamb. T. Hoo:,, S. B<.,,...,.H, D. Peoiri. G. Goetz. V. Hoelke. 3,d llow, f. nbbal,, M. Sounder5, V. Guel.bode, S. Everard, E. Wolden, 0. McConhy, D. Rugh, J. Sc;,;,11. "lh Row, R. Scriven, J. Vonder R•ith, C. Ze11e,berg.

ht Row, T. Hodge,. J. loraon. S. hte,ley, D. Houg�1on. S. Griggs, W. fo ;;ig, H. loone, P. Roint, S. Selnel<e, J. lrunell. 2n:I Row, S. Oelopp, L Ounifon, M. Oli•, E. Srn,rh, 8 lowronce. A. Oickin>On, 8. Thornpton, R. Werne,. 3,d Row, 8. Bloncho,d, S. Grody, V, Green, P. Po,b, R. Bond, F. Rohn, 8. Alexonder. "1h Row, 8. Droke, R. Moe, 8. John50n.

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ht Row, M. Fink, L. Kope.:ky, F. Hungerford, S. Swom, D. !running, $. Mo1her. P. Scon, C. Jhotcher, B. Goin.

2nd Row, J. Horgrove,

J. Corruthe,.., B. Briom, T. Hommond, R . Jollymour, S. Wel1muller, S. Hommeâ&#x20AC;˘, L. towe, B. Ferrin, L. Doniel. lid Row, P. Morgon, S. Sullen,, N. Sonford. S. frank, B. Coltrin, D. Hebert, I. Hymonl<ln, J. Ty1on. 4th Row, M. Reenl1, P. Montolbono, C. BotcheUor, T. Bonett, J. McKenzie, D. Anderl<ln, K. Mo,gon. 5th Row, T . Omri, H. Horri1on, B. Wail.

\st Row, R. Angle, K. Dobl<ln, B. Allen, 0. He,.h, B. Dob,on, R. Bouer, J. Putnam, S. Harri1.

2nd Row, S. Mille,: R. Timmon,, M.

W,lliom,, 0. Riphnger, I( Hoinly, E. Kime,, J. Chikor, N. Pierce, P. Pon>"9roul. 3rd Row, E. Torrez, J. Foubus, J. Goodchop, L. K,ou1e, C. Pongborn, L. Burr, J. Brage, L. Candela,. 4th Row, J. Munlzel, G. Redmond.

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Melendrez, T. Jordon, D. Spr,ng. D. w.,bku, 0. Woodrum, J. LH. L Hernandez, R:. Gomez, L O.o,co. ?nd Row S Penter,

Slougl,ter, B Cole, S

ht l!ow

Spo�n. 6. Nel<on. H

French, T Spr,ng, J_ A. Bradf,eld, S. Ch,lion, M. Morgon

Shocklen, H. Moore, 0. S�elton. 8

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lot10n. R

Ern,1, 0. Young. l. Wren, B Gennie, 0. EllilOn, T. P,ingle, l. Neworl.

W nsion., l. P,uce, C. Stocker, IC. Morgon

3rd Row

J,d l!ow, S

�11, C. Aloonder, 0

Sevilla

2nd Row, J. P,erce, M

Mot,en. N

Connor, I/

0. Rugt., 0. Sonders, R. Sl,i,hon, M. Mockl,n, F. Hordy, A. Colmon,

gomery. M Shofer

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h: Row, R. Sarver, S. lamb, B. Arthu,, S. Jone,, J. Elli,. J_ Rohmon, R. Contreros, B. Manjarrez. 2nd Row, S Hen'.ler<on. S. Web,ie,, W. Ne!,on. F. Holliday, M. Espino<a, T. Gonzalez, D. Este,. 3rd Row, M. Stevenâ&#x20AC;¢. F. Rinard, F. Hopp;,, P. Carmona, M. Gonzolez, C. Orozco.

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hi Row, C. Eller, l. Paradise, B. Bertcl,on, V. Jackman, B. Hoos, F. Com,!ock, P. ("',och, A. DiOrio, C. Uhl, B Ben1ley. 2nd Pow, M. Teeling, P. Molfeu, l. Grab!e. A W,lby. J. Pa,h, N. Gray, A. McCla y, 8. Batcheller, S Scoh, W. Vaughn 3rd Row. R. Palmer, M. Pa rran, P. Thorne, 0. KiesclhorSI, B. Benson, J. Shehan, H. len;ng, J. Bangs.


11· Row , l. !homo s, D. Jacobs, R. Spann, G. Holbrook, J_ Clark, J Ellison, R. Martine,, J. Saorio, E. Gordon. 2nd Row, B. Bo oTh, A,

1 ST Row, D. Horman, R. Holl, M. Engebretson, D. Herr,ng. R. Blon<hord. T. �,onkel, T. Mor,e, N. Roclewold. F, Buno,o, G. HoThowoy 2�d Row, B. Bonzer, J. Curtis. S. Moo,e, V. Ro,e, M. Not1hcun, S. Boyd, J Peck, D. Wren, B. Horris, B. !logley. 3,d R ow L. Shull. C. H�fly, R. Offutt, M. Eley, D. Kirksey. I<. Ben,on. C. Putnam, J. Lu dwig.

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On 1he donce floor-on the oth(etic field-in competition of all types these young sportsmen ore given o chance to grow and develop as they should.


hf Row, L. Pierce, 8 Puttkommer, l. Mort,n, Mrs. No�J. S. Founi, J. P,e,ce. 2nd Row B Hodg,on, E. Haber, J. Putnam, f. Alcorn, O. Ande,1on.

ht w, P. Po,ki, J. �k. G. Scot\ J. Fronk, Mr. McOmber, J. Fuller, D. W,ko•en, R. Smith. 2nd Row, N. Rodewold, R. �croven, J. Hargrove, &, Zontm,k�, V Green, W. Fogg, C. Cunis, H. F,1�,E.Webire,, P.110,ns_ 3rdl1ow,8. Droke, 8. er, 8. fhompson, L. K,ngmon, 11 Sode,­ be,g, J_ J,menet, E. Pugh, M. Morgan. -4th Row, 11. Madion, J Rus�II. P. PMsegrou, B Cou11er, J. Seemann, f. StfaT!on, S. Griggs, C. Ale�Gndcr

1st Row, l. Scoff, Mr. Toylor, 8. M,nnich, B Gentile. 2nd Row, D. Yovng, L. Shvll. 3rd Row, It Conlreroi, R. Angle.


1,1 llow· R. ilond, D. Rugrl. C. Ze1terberg, T. Loroon, B. Ale�ander, J. Laroon, B. Montgomery, l. Scoff, f. Hunger•

ford, B. K,csclho,11, J Hen,s,. D. Adou, B. Minnich, T. Strollo,. B. l owrcnce, M Seopy. 2nd Row, B. Hodgson , N Allen, P. Montolbono, J. l'utmon, J. Kover, P. S t . C l oi : . V MorTenM!n, D. Young, D. Runni�, J. S,nger, C . W,lby, J. Brunworth. L. Ye,moM!c, P. Porh, T. Hoge,. 11 S,nith, C. CloA. E. Hober, Mr. Jones. 3rd ltow, J. Scon, C. Redmond, J. Block, S. B u rwell, P. Seo�. W. Fogg, J_ Fuller, J. Fron�.

ls: Row

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Lowronce. S. Se,neke, R, Bedford, L. Gole, J. Derby, S. No,dor, L. !!o,le r, T. F,nk,

2nd Row, D. llorr,son. M. Ronk,n, B. Puce, M Fuge,, M. 0101, E. T,mmon,. M Zornes,

Wolden, M. Herrington

l. L owe, l. Doniel, 5. Oelopp, B. ferr,n,

3rd Row

C. Ell,,, M. E,dt, S. he,ord, 8. Johnson, V. Gr,e1boch, M, So under,, J. Ty,on.

C. Peder,en,


With the guidance of their advisor, Mrs. Galloway, this committee plonned the as­ semblies for the entire Jun­ ior

high.

The

e,c:perience

gained was extremely valu­ able to the development of these young sportsmen.

ht Row, B. Goin, L Kopecky, Mr1. Gollowoy, A, Sm;th, 2nd Row, S. Boyd. J. Lowe. I. Fuller.

As members of the annual sloff these young sportsmen ore

gaining

valuable

ex­

perience that they may use in planning the future Jun­ ior High yearbook.

111 Row, M. Colvert. l Gale, J, Dorby, J. Muntzel, T. Hammond.

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FOOTBALL-ht Row 0. Her1h, 0 Woodrum. D. Elliwn. M,. McOmbe,. J. Seornon, B. Allen. &. Le,gole. 2nd Row, II llol,nger, II Dobron, A Colemon, C A1.;xondtr, M. Mocklin, D. Spring. 3rd Row, J. Kelly, H. HorrilO<l, H. Moore, D. Gole, T. Omro. J Spotswood

ALL-TOURNAMHH BASKETBALL-ht Row, C. Zel!erb,,rg, 6. K1etelho111, H. F,llon, T. St;ollon, D. Rugh, R. Jock..,,,. 2nd Row· J. Munuel. t. Sovillo. T. Omri, J_ Kelly, J. Lee, M. Mokl,n, 6, lomn.

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7TH GRADE TRACK-1,i Row Burt, J. Heorst.

B. Legare, R. Fromp1an, N. Steworl, 8. Couher.

2nd Row, T. Lorson, S

8TH GRAD!: TRACK-ht Row, J. Lee, 0. Woodrum, D. Gole, J. Kelly, M. Macklin, B. Minich, H Harrison, R. Savilla, B. Melendrez.

2nd Row, M. Lindholm, J. Singer, 8. Dobson, B. Bolinger, A

Coleman. R. Gomez, B. Ernst, L. Hernandez, J. Mun1zel, L. Scaff, T. Wren.

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T'-e p·epa,or, on, fo r thi• celebror.on helped 10 develop ,portomonlike quol,t,e1 ,n the•e Junior H'gh .iudenll

11 toke, many vitamin• ro kee,p rhe1e oct,ve 1pot11m"n go,ng

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lfR�fA� ROZY GOFORTH Vice-President GORDON BARTLETT President

PRESIDENT"S MESSAGE I would like 10 rake !his opportun1ty lo thank everyone JOAN ELLISON Secretory

who helped to make this year a success. There hos been shown o high standard of sportsmanship in both sports and academics, and with this, we hove reached higher goals than Claremont has ever onoined previously. I om cerfo,n that with this tyf}e of spirit and cooperation between �ludents and faculty, even greater goals ore possible than we realize

SANDY HOGAN Treasurer

ROGER LAMB Soles Manager

BOBBI: WEEKS Advertising Manager

SANDY CLARK

El Espiritu Co-Editor


1 sr Row. W Scherer, l. Armendorez, B Poo;i,, R, Gofor1h, G Bcmlell, S. Hogon, R. lomb, 0. Vogler, l. Noido<, 2nd Row J G,igg,. R. Srre,ch. B. Conrrell, S. Honoku. B. No,1on, J. Roney, ll Wilton, J. Lyon, C. Pe,ktn1, O. Thor nton. IC fbell, K. Or,,. fl. Colby, 0. S�onnon, B Benrley, 0. fronc,,co, N. Book, C. Burle,

151 Row· W Sche,e,. K. fbell, l A,mendoru. G. Sor1le1 1 . 2nd Row 0. Polo,, fl Hole, B. Alt1hulu, B. Pog e, D, Jockmo n, B. S. Clo,k., M Fr ote,, J. B,unwoflh, J. C r01iu,

.) MARY FRATER El Espiritu Co-Editor

DIANA JACKMAN Wolfpockef Co-Editor

BARBARA PAGE Wolfpocket Co-Editor


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BAND-hr Row, Mr. A>owonhy, M. Lloyd. 2nd Row: D. Jockmon, V. Morten1en, R. F,ompton. 0. Running, G. Redmon, P. Monrolbono. 3rd Row· T lor>an, B Gent,!e, R. B,own, D. A.dolr, B. M,nn,ch, J. toroon, J. Sir19e,. 4th Row, R. 5hehon, 5. Horri1, L. Scoff, C. Webkur, M Seopy. 8. Montgomery, V Jockmon


Drd you contribi..ite to the development

of .s c h o o I

sp,r11? - the quolily thot •r, s group of leaders up• l'>eld to the utmost.

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"'eek, foit hfull y, they proved to be true followers of 1he sportsmanlike way. Al 1he games - in pep assemblies - in oil octivi1,es they earned the title of Sport�men of the Year.'

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CHEERLEADERS

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; - '·, \.ship of Bob '; I o Our footka"tf �Jder the . � t ' R ond lbell ;;s; -- '.;-e ,ne ,ooc'hing1:I � t r,�J(i.,T M,. Cohn an'a · s tie moSfS:U'tce S· r.Lynnwa _ u..,x,.__,') �'-'""'c, h ful in Clorem\:J(J nt, hi,'1" v9ncing--1';,;io' t e Y,,. 'i(-'\\ ..........� '- o ino( \ Cl f�'-�innin{�wf ice game �� 1..,;· \ -- ...'\ y "'- c. C on ty,ng on e., the � m o ched e ( ';',.'.'�� th�o�h �',-'rn - ounty league \. de ot d, and \ '--·'�\�, p: l entered the C IF ployoff� . fh e 'T�ok the �S fi,st three game 5' but were def,-" eoted in the final

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Co:t=o ptoins

Kor I EbelJ and Bob Rciney

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Coaches Len Cohn and Harold Lynn Claremont.

Claremont. Claremont .. Claremont .. Claremont. Claremont.. Claremont. Claremont.

Claremont.

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Moyor (hesier Joeger,

Vogle,

The footboll game between Claremont and Chmo was the highlight of a very successful homecoming. During holftime, MaY6r

Chester

Jaeger

crowned

the

queen, Barbara Contrell, and the two princesses, Bette Hole and Dona Vogler, who were elected by the football team There was o contest between classes for the

best float

based

on the theme,

�¡Famous Victories of the Past

The

Juniors took the prize with o replica of the Troion Horse. Then, ofter the team went on to shut out Chino, o dance was held at the Woman's Club

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JOHN ALLEN Guard

LARRY ARMENDAREZ Eod

RON BAKER Eod

GORDON BARTLETT Center

JIM BASSETT Fullback

JOHN BIRNIE Center

ROGER BONZER Guard

JOHN CANDELAS Halfback

BILL COLBY Fullback

Colbycorrying1heballng,,.n.,Tu,1in

ART COPENHAVER Eod

KARL EBELL Guard


Clo,emont 1odle,. moving in on o 6rowley

MIKE GONZALES Tackle

BOB HAMMOND Holfbock


DON PRICE Eod

JIM PUTNAM Tackle

ROBERT RANEY Tackle

CHARLES RUNSVOLD Halfback

DENNIS SKELTON Fullback

MIKE SMITH

BILL SNELSON

DICK SNELSON

DICK THORNTON Eod

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Although The

B"' team was not impressive

in the won and lost column, they displayed other qualities which made the season on interesting one. The 1eom oJwoys displayed good sportsmanship and o strong spirit of cooperation. Under the capable coaching of Mr. Boekhout, who hod very few returning lellermen, the team mode greet strides to• ward their goal. Copto,n l. Man10,rez ond Cooch J. 0. Bookhour

hi Row, M. Co"inghom, R. York. 0. Kieselhorst, R. Mort,ne�. A. 8u1101, C. Alba, C. Butler, J. Pulliam. S. Man1o,ez, J. Peek, A Oro,co, A. DiOno, S. Wheaton. 2nd Row, P. John,1on, D. Smith, S. A,mendorez, 8 Sm,1h, S. Cow..,y, P. Torrez. S. Thorne, B. Ben>e>n, M. Esp,no..,, M. Engeb,et>e>n, C. Kees, D. E$1e1, 8. Legler, M. H,n, C. Hertz, S Bu�ton, B. Sellinger. Monoger-J. lowe

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Dve to a prolonged football season which lasted five weeks beyond the regular sched vie, the basketball team got a very late start. The team progressed rapidly and was able to defeat Baldwin Pork in their second practice game.

Although the Wolves out­

played the opposing teams, the greater part of each game, it was never quite enough to win. We tried!!!

Coach Dave Stern Captain Bob Roney

Claremont ... 49-60 Claremont .

Claremont ... 52-61

Citrvs

Claremont

.. 46-52 .

Bonita

Claremont

. 45-59 .

Puente

58-67 .

Chino

.. 51-57 .

Corona

Claremont . Claremont Claremont .

48-79 .

Citrvs

Claremont .

36-44 .

. Bonita

50-67 .

Pvente

Claremont Claremont

.. 52-71

Chino

Claremont

.. 48-51

Webb

Claremont

48

Beaumont

49-44 .. Baldwin Park

44-62 .

Corona

MANAGERS, D. Skelton, D. Benson


RON BAKER forward

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ART COPENHAVER �

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TOM HITCH guard

ill.I

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BOB PRICE guard

DON PRICE forward

BOB RANEY forward

LEROY SHEFFIELD guard

RICHARD THORNTON guard 50

Woyrol,re, Karl!


'T �llrnll!Rll

Captains L. Manjarrez, R.White

K. He,tz. 2r>d Row, J, Candela,, L Manicure,, Wh,1e, D. S,mpion, C. Albo, 0. Cund,fl

The record in morale and fine sportsmanship far out­ weighed the lock of scoring on the port of our team.

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C TEAM--lst Row, P. Thorne, M. Po,rort. A.

Bustos.

Legle,. J. Peek. B

2nd

Row,

B

Benson, Cooch

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Coach J. William Cunliffe

The consistenr efforts of our hurdlers,

vaulters, sprinters, and distance runners steadily improved under the stimulating leadership of their able coach, Mr. Cun­

liffe, and co-captains Larry Armendarez

and Jim Bossen. notable

season.

Our spikesters gave

performances

throughout the

These boys developed into o

hard-working team with fine spirit and

sportsmanship

Captains Jim Bassett and Lorry Armendarez

r JOHN ALLEN pole vault

LARRY ARMENDAREZ 440, hurdles

JIM BALCH pole vault

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hurdles, sprints, broad jump

DAVID CLARK 880, mile

JIM BASSETT 880

Strong determino!ion ,an with 1hese boys for beyond the linishlin,.


LYNN KAUFMAN shot put

DON PRICE 220 JJM PULLIAM hurdles

STEVE THORNE mile CUFF VAUGHN

880

RUSS YERMASEK sprints, broad jump The w,ll 1ow1nsen1 Pulliam aheod.


The "B" ond "C" !rock teoms hove been h i g h I y successful throughout the 1956 season With The e,o:pert guidance of Cooch Cunliffe these trocksters hove c?me o long woy. Their reword1�g spo�tsmonship on d fine Tro1mng will send them on to thrilling success

I

Vot1i1y reloy teom ;n oCTion


The traditional interest in our copoble base­ boll team remained an o high level this year. Experienced players returned to work with the new sportsmen on the team to­ ward the gaol of winning the tri-caunty league championship.

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CATALINO ALBA outfield

RON BAKER catcher

ART COPENHAVER outfield


Get thot man Louie!

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J(, y

BOB HAMMOND outfield

DICK POLOS short stop 59


"J. r\. ·'.l·I. • -.,·. -. . � , - .

<,..� BOB PRICE 3rd bose

!IM PUTNAM pitcher, 1st bose

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CHARLES RUNSVOLD ovtfield

Bill SNELSON outfield

DICK VICKSTROM catcher


If you went out to the baseball field during the spring you saw the Jr. Varsity boseboll players procticing. You could heor Coach McCarthy giving helpful suggestions to im­ pl-ove their gome. II wos o fine sea­ son and many young sportsmen will make good varsity players in the future years

Manager N. Rodewald

ln row, 0. Skehon, M. Engebre!1on, 8. Mon,ornoz, 0. Kie..,lhorSI, S. �n><>n, S. leglu, T. MoHn. M. hp,noio, N. O,o,co 2nd ,ow, D. Simpwn, G. Gordon, R. Wh,ie, S. Sellinge,, C. Bunker, G. Cornet!, T. Moru, S. Wheo!on, R. Feh•, C. O,oico

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The fifteen members of our Varsity Tennis team hod great po1en11ol this year. The seven return­ ·ng racketeers and the new candidates showed great promise. Who knows, our next stop may be Forest Hills? At any rote, tennis hos been revitalized at Claremont High by Nick Polos, the Varsity coach

Captain D. Cundiff Cooch Nick Polos

Norm Book, hr Mngln

A. S<"�n. D lhor100. J. tyon, It Lomb, L. Von Dol ..n.

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Competitive 99lf is o new innovation ot C.H.S. The team entered o Free Lonee Leogue, competing against California, Chaffey, El Rancho, Montebello, and Pacific. Ten matches were played, one each week. The six mast skilled bays (9th through 12 graders) were

'·�«

eligible lo compete for points which were scored on a dual basis, match play 18 hales.

Caplo1n Hank Hoop Coach Bob Jones

ht row, G. 6of!len, H. Haop, D. Shonnon, G. Web,te,.

2nd •ow, T. Hoop, F Rohr,, 8. Louin, 6. lonin, J. Lowe

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President Judy Crosier CABINET-Seoied. Mr,. Bronnon, Mi" B,ndewold. Stond,"iJ: E. Conrrero1, J. Heo,u, C. Le,ghron, S. Honaker, J_ C,o.,e,. J. Ror>ey, C. Perkin1. J Bolin,,ie,.

hr Row. S. Clork. B. Ho;e, L. Lowe. M. Froier, B. Alt,h,.,le,, S. Thorne, C. Leigh1on, W. Peq,.,e9no1, M. King, J. Alexonde,, R. GofOr!h, D Go!!t'>, D Vo9ler. G. Nolond. J. Cro,,er, K. Soor,o. H. Groy. 2,,d Row. R. Streich, M. D10rio, L Bodey, P. Gorr, A, Fredendoll, J_ Heor1t. L. Lower, B Col!r,n, S. McCondleu S Honoker, E. Con1rero•, S. Hom,on, E. Zono, P. Singer, J. Floro, G. Holl, N. Dom,ngo•. J. Mctu,,no, 11 Cn�n. 3rd Row l Morie, I( Ot,s, J Bol,nger, C Pe,k,ns. M Vlenn. 0. lr,1ne, P Du1>9her1y, S. Morgon, J. fronlc, J (l.,,k, J. Horr,,, C Hoye>, G G,llene, 8 No,.on, J. S,nger, C Sm,,h, S. Jo,eph, J. Allen, G. 11odewold. S. llenok. ••h Row, 8. Hom•. C. Yoder, C Putnom, P. Coch, B. Bogley, J Pork1, N Groy. R. Bochelo,, M Eley, D. Jocob,. 1:;:_ Elder, L !homo,. 8. Hoo,, S. Sc:on. S :lo.,i. L F,nley, R Hernande, J. 11oney, P Burn,. I( Moloney


11: Row

B

Altshuler, D. Vogler, G. Nolond. M. K,ng, J

Ale,onder

Le,9h10n. K. Saor,o, J. C,01-er. B. Hc,le. L. lowe, D. G-onen, S. Thorne

BASKETBALL-,-The first seasono! sport in G.A.A.

?nd Rew

C.

Captain Lindo Lowe

SPEEDBAll - following basketball everyone

this foll was basketball. The Seniors were the

rushed outdcors for speedball, and again the

inter•class chomps and the season wos high-

Seniors were the inter•closs champions.

lighted by the playday ot Citrus.

speedball ployday was held a Claremont ond

The

was o great success os usual.

mrnH�ll

Captain Sandy Clark 1,· Row· D. Vogle,, J. Aluonde,, C. Le,ghicn, R Gofo01h. B. Alnhu le,

K. Saorio, l. Lowe, B Hole, S. Clo,!, D. Go1•en, J. Cro11e,, M F,01e,

2nd Row,

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Captain Suzanne Honaker

I st Row, N. Dorn,ngo1, S. Horrison, E. Zono, L. lower, J. Heo,11

S. Honoke,. 8. Colirin, S. McCondlen, A. Fredendoll

2nd !!ow, P. s;nger,

JUNIOR CLASS TEAM HOCKEY-You yell at The refereit,fall and skin your knee, and get bruises on ·y-our shin, but There couldn"t be a better game. With the usual clamor and confusion, members of G.A.A. went to work to perfect their skills in preparation for ploydoy

SOFTBALL-A small, but enthusiastic group of girls appeared on the fields to begin the soft­ boll season. Though their botting overage was not so high, they certainly had a lot of fun! With Sue Benak as manager, softball completed the G.A.A yeor

SOPHOMORE CLASS TEAM

Captain Pam Burns hi Row, IC. Moloney. C. Perk1n1. S. Beno�, C. Sm11h. P. Burn,, J. Singer. B. Norlon, J. Fronk. :i'nd Row, M. Ornela1. J. Roney, R. Chen, J_ Bolinger, R. He,nondez. M. Lloyd. L. Stonebreo\er, 0. S.u1on. 3rd Row, P. Dougherly, J. Hor,i1, J. Clork, S Jooeph, l Mor1e, IC Q1,., G. Rodewold, M Ornelo1


1,, Po...- J Heor", P_ Goth, S Eldr,dge, J_ A,cher, C. Sm,!h, J. Soor+o, 8 Hor,i1 II llage, 2nd Row, L. Lower, J. Roney, J. Bohnger, R. Hernondez, L. No,dor, S e.�_.. , Horr,,. P 8v•M. I( Moloney, J. Rohmon, 0. l,..,ine. C. Hefty. 3rd � >:,, Bronnon. A fri,dendoll, P Gorr. E. Zosl<>, 8 Cohron. M Eley, S lo•o '·' Cen" L Shvll. E Conue,01. IC. Sooroo, S Jordon

S•ono,ng P

BADMINTON-T h e s e coordinoted sportsmen spent two afternoons o week practicing faith­

fully 1n the big gym, in high hopes of being vic­ torious ot each playday. With each victory ond each defeat, valuable experience was gained. TENNIS-The members of the team, with high

S•o"il•ng

F,o·e, S

1

C,os,e,,

h1 S,ngle,

Clork, ht Dovble1

Kneeling,

M

Bv,ns

J

Bohnger, J

lsrS,ngle,

l!o-wiy. ht Doublu_ ICnuling

hopes of becoming champions, worked dili­ gently toward their goal. At practice and ot each

match they not only tried very hard, but hod o good time doing so. This experience was a most profitable one for these hard-working sportsmen.

ht Row S. Jo,eph, C. Perl,n1 D Jocobo, l Thomo1, S. Hornl<>n, P S,nger, S Ho-noke,. S Ymger. M Hoger. S Boo1h, IC. Eide,, G. Po,odise. M F,o,er. S Clo,�. J. Cro,,e,. R Chen, S M<cCondlen. J. Cla rk, IC OM. l Moroe. 8. 1C,n911on Mt1. 8,onnon 67


Each game-each dance-each production afforded an oppor­ tunity for these maturing sportsmen to develop their talents and attitudes.


J. Bedfc;rd, M.C., owords to Jock,eS, nger, Ton , Ebel! Syb,ICop�llet1itophonor>oltheeven,ng

florf

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Senior High co ples were superbly entertoined � . '-{).Yane Soturdoy night m Morch when the Sopho-

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tv

I.,

(\),J V'

(_,W'lynke.181ynken, ond Nod,

provided s i

uYo'" el

't 110n for the Clever ond striking decoro q,,s.. J o Skir� bond os 1mpor1ed from)ioll \) � � Ifrom Swpps College furnisHJd o oot' � }

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Dancing to the tunes played by the Fathers¡ Band, guests at the Lettermen's Dance enioyed the atmosphere of the South Sea Island theme. Tacos, root beer and apple pie climaxed the intermission entertainment.

You¡II wonder where !he yellow went

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Queen Barbora Cantrell

The Tr,.(ounty Dance, sponsored by Cloremont High, wos held in the Pomona College Student Union Building. Cloremonls Homecoming Queen Barbaro Contrell, reigned over Cl court of live princesses for the evening. Mus,c, by the Darrell Brewer Band, added a speciol l,lt to the evening mood.

The conclusion of the footboll season

was well celebrated c,t this galo affair ..

Ref,e,hments -the ,p,ce of l,fe

'


Queen Barbar□ Contrell

Pr,ntene, Jc,nicc:- Shull, 11th, He,d, Stre,c"l. 12th, Jocl·e Songer, 10rh,

Outtn

8<,rbcir<1

8oorh, 9,h

Con•rell,

Pr,nce.. e> :"iroy Nolond,

This year, for the first time, the Boys· Forum under the direction of its president, Lorry Ar­ mendarez, sponsored the onnuol Christmas Ball at Sycamore Auditorium. A large Sonto Cl,aus and Christmas Tree gaily bedecked the stoge, carrying out the theme of "Winter Wonderlond." The Fathers· Bond supplied the music os a host of couples danced around the floor. The high­ light of the evening was the crowning of Bor­ boro Cantrell as Christmas Queen by Marjery McBurney, last year s queen.

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12th, ond

&.th


B. Hale, P11nce K. Ebell, S. Hogan Altshule,, Pnnrn J. Ba,.en

King lorry Armendoroz

The theme, "Shongrilo Shodows:¡ provided o beoutiful setting for the Girls¡ leogue Formol. With the Bob Wilson bond and entertainment provided by Bette Hole, Grey Noland, Dona Vogler, Judy Crosier, and a ventriloquist, the dance was a big success. The crowning of lorry Armendarez as King wos the main event of the evening.

K,ng L

A,menda,e,, B


h: Rew S

Hogen. B Norion, R. Streich, 8. Bentley, 0. Jcckmon, W Sch.,,er, G. Nelond

2nd Row

N Scherer, 0 S•mm,en, P. f,onlel, D. Tho,n1en, F. f,lh, S. Horri1.0n, M F,oter, 8. W,hen, L towe 3rd Row; 9. Webster, L. A,m,,,do,ei. M Mo,1,ne,. G. Bo,ileu, 0. Benson, 8 Pege, 8 Hele, K. Ebell

Locolw,nnerKoySccrio.

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FINALISTS· S,mng J. Andrew. 8 Contrell,

Stond,ng K Golde,, K. Sco,ie, V. Jensen, P.Spo nn,


In planning for the future these sports• men learned many of the fine arts of homemaking.

Each garment that they

sewed and each delicious dish tho! they prepared was further preparation for o future of security.

C. Ruch,e, D Vogle,, J. Elli$, G. Brecheen, l. Brecheen, B. Fleming.

3rd Row Mro

B. Elonzer, V. Woll$, S. Moore, C. Morrin,

J_ Arche r. R. Off,r, V. Ro,e, C

P. Dunn, G. Ho ll

Through the hord work of this organization your many helpful donations were sent to needy peo­ ple in foreign lo n ds These Junior Red Cross representatives,

w i Ih

their a dv i s o r, helped you

to

express

your

generosity to others.

hT Row, ·J. Floro, Min Adom$, S. Morgon, S. Thorne.

2nd Row, T. Omri, J

Brunworth, J. Vieg, B. L egler, E. Swiotek

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The Senior High Girls Chorus, directed by Miss Frances Robinson, performed for nu• merous organizations in the community os well os for school activities. Such qualities os loyalty, courtesy, and diligence were be­ ing developed in each girl that she might uphold, at any time, the outstanding repu· lotion of Claremont High. h• Row C. Yodflr, S Ruckdo,hel, A Spann, ¥of' Robin1,0n, C. A,mel'ldorez, P Emrock, 8 0 Connor 2nd Row J_ Robb,e, A� W,fby, J. Tenney, C Hefty, J. McCo,ley, C. Guerrero, S. Bowe,,. E. Fekere, M. s,;erton. <!rd Row, J. Andrew, G. Holl. 8. Hole, S. Thome, J. Cr<",e•.

This fine group of active sportsmen was o definite asset to our track team. Each after­ noon at practice and at each meet they were faithful to the team and to the coach


Rozy Gofor1h and Mr. Mortin worked with the ossemb!y committee to pion our inleresting programs.

Remem·

ber the wrestler, the Christmas Pa­ geant,

the science

demonstration,

the Mt. Son Antonio Choir, the Lin­ coln Assembly

hT Row: Mf. Mor!>n, D. Jockmon. R, Golo,1h. J. Crosier. B. Roney 2nd Row, B. Norton, P. Gorr, D. Thornton, B. Bentley.

The stage crew hos worked behind the scenes of every sc h o ol production. Through rhis activity these sportsmen learned to work together as o team. Constructing scenery, pulling ropes, and flipping light switches kept this gong very busy. Think of the satisfaction they must hove received from their remark• oble accomplishments.

0. Cund,H, 0. Ru,..,11, R. Bonze,, B Bentley. 0. Clork, J. Moorel},od. D. Bten1on. W Sche,e,, Mr. Boorh.

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A large group of senior high boys who _ wore the "'Big c· and the "Maroon and Wh11e," upheld the very honorable rep­ utation of Claremont High at all times. On the ploying field, in rhe gym, in the halls, ond in our community, they were olf loyal sportsmen and honored mem• bers of the Wolfpack.

h, Row B Peo>nod,, l Armendo,ez, R. Roney, K. Ebell, J. Roin•. B Pfl<e, R. Boker.

2nd Row

N Book, R

B-on�er, S. Holme.. B Evon,, J. Moo,eheod, P. Fronkel, 8

Colbv. W Scherer, J. De�o

hover. 4th Row

8

J,d Row. 8. lou.n_ M 5m,rh, 8. McCorley, A. Co�n­

Hommond, D Wimer

D P"ce, J_ B-oueu. C. Rvn,vold, D Polo1

D. V,cksrrom, J. Al len, D

Tho,nion,

Do you remember the posters hanging in lhe hall before each game, and that group of girls who yelled their hearts out supporting our team? Undoubtedly they were the faithful members of the Rally Club, all of them true sportsmen.

Kneel,ng,J. Roney,B. Hole, A. Fredendoll. STond1ng,J.

Bol,nger, J_ S,n9e,,Mr!.Sronnan,S. Coppclleni, I. Ebell,

C. R,Tchie.

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Under the leadership of President Kori Ebell, Vice-President Ben Bentley, Secretory John Peek and Sponsor Mr. Polos, the Key Club corned

out

many

service projects.

Their

service to the school ond community con· tributed to the Poth of Sportsmanship.

h• Pow, 8. P,ice, R. Roney, B. Hommond, G. Bcmlen, P. ffonkel. 2nd Row,

ho

Sook, 8. Colby. D. Thorn1on, J_ Lyon, R. Lomb, J. Pulliom, J. Peek, N.

S:+e,e,.

3rd Row, J. Ro,n,, J. Mooreheod, C. Runsvold. M'- Polo,, D. Polos.

8. Ben,ley, l. Armendo�z. K. Ebell. D. Pete,son, D. Re,muller.

If ycur grades were obove par, then you were a member of the California Scholarship Federation, on organization ranking high in sportsmanship.

These

-

were your leaders, leaders of the high­ est quality.

I u Row, J. Peek, R . Lomb, l. Armendarez. 8. Page. 8. Al,.hule,, 0. l,v,ne, L Finley

2nd Row: D. Benson, J. L,on, � Sook, S. Hogon, It Sue,ch, J. Ale•onoer, S. McCond­ leu, 8. Coh,,n.

3rd Row. J. Fron•. E. ZoHo, N

Noflon, 0. Thorn•on, 8. Norton, 11

Hernandez. G. Gdlene. R Gofonh, B. W,1,on. L. Bodey. 41h Row· M F,oier, S. Honoke,,

P. Songer, J_ Floro, G. Rodewold, J_ Cto,k, 0. Jackman. J. S,nge,, \/. Jen.en, R. Chen,

C. te,ghron, J. Bol,nger.

!i1h Row

S

Clark, 8

Roney, C. Pe,k,n1. M. Ornelo,, K. O!os, S. Joseph

Price, 0. Pe1erson, G. Porodise, J


The Ecneics, under the expert guidance of Mr. Bookhout ond officers:

Hayes Griffith,

Presi­

dent; Mory Froter, Vice-Presi• dent; Cynthia Perkins, Secretary; and

Pete

Fronk.el,

Treasurer,

presented the Third Annuo! Sci­ ence Foir. planned

The many carefully enlries increosed the

knowledge of the parriciponts and visitors alike. Speakers and evening h

Row· S. Clerk, It Pogo, l. Lowe, M f,o!cr. C. Per�in,. H. c,.f!,rh, P. Fronlel, 0. Jockmon, M, Bookhou. 7nd Row J Moo,eh.-od. B. Lo!l,n, I. Eo,lv, D. $honnon, M Kong, J, Fronk, 8.

Ahhule.

D. Frese,.

S

meetings

highlighted

the year

Hogon, K. Colder, J . Alexon:1er, G. McBee. D. Jocks.on, T. J,:,ckwn, A. Vonderb,11,

3rd Row W Schere,, R. W,kox. R

N,chol. R. Fr,:,nc,oco, �. Roney, D. P,:,lo•. B. Hole,

S. Thorne. C. le ,ghron. T. Hunt, J. Ounler, D. Clork,.1-1:C,ay

What is the connection between chem• is1ry and moth?

It was the answer to

this question that o group of senior high students wonted to find

Under the di­

rec11on of Mr. Bookhout, weekly meet­ ings were held to learn the basic mothe­ mot1cs of chemistry.

h; Row S. Clerk, Mr. Sookhout, N Book

M. Froter

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2nd Row C. Leighton, J. Lyon, 8 Ahhule,,


id<..

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M.

Young, l

s-R,r-.GS, J.

Alleo,

R.

McCloy,

O

Mot,en,

e

C.

Uhl,

G,

Gdlene, N

Scoff. D. John1on, S

Montgomery,

D

H0rri1, N F:eld,

l

Gob e. N. Gray. 2od Row, 8 Woi!, !I

Colrfln, I. HymonM>n, J. Ty.on,

S Scan, M. W,lliom•. J. p;'"'

The qvolities of teamwork ond diligence were present this year in our Senior High Orchestra as they presented a very busy program which included, a Spring Festival, several assemblies, and on orchestra festi­ val in which other local orchestras also participated

BAA5S-h1 Row, D. Smid,, V. Jackman, D. Jodmon, Floro, D. Thornton, 1/. Mononion. 2nd Row: C

J.

Stocker, L P,erce. J. Singe,. P. Monrolbono, P. Scan, R. Gem,le. F. Hungerford, O. Running. Colby, 8.

M,nn,ih,

3rd Row: M

8. Bentley, 0. Adoir, C. Webkur,

P. Moffor, 8, Poge, J. Pork1, S. Jones

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Group of Dauber, leoving to,,heBullocho,re,h,bi!

Is there o ··oauber" in the room? That is the cry when school and community organizations need as­ sistance in visually presenting on idea either in advertising, dec­ orations or stage sets. Their team work and unselfish shoring of their time and talents hove really im proved the atmosphere and spirit at C.H.S. The district-wide student art show, the visits to galleries and demonstrations of a r Ii s Is have broodened their understanding of the field

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D�uber, Office" J, B,unworth. S. Young V,cePre,ident M. Morhnez,

R. Hernondez. Secretory

I ,t Row, J. Brunwot1h. S. Young. M. Martine.. R. Hernondez. 2nd �ow: R. Mortinez. C. Yoder. B. Horr,s. Miss Oronge. Mi,sPolmer, S. Soyd, M. Eley, P. Gach


;.,,cit ,ecuon of the Jewelry •�e <,In

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lst Row- S. Jone,, C. Leighton , J, Aluon der, B. Altschuler, B. Page, D. Jackman, S. Thome, V. Jen$en, M. King, D. B eatty. 7n d Row, B Ki ngston , M. Glenn, S. Jose ph, L Thomos, J. Bolinger, L Naida,. C. Pe,k,n,. L. Morse, K. Ot", J. Goodchop, J. Brage, B. Booth, S. Yi nger, C. Alexon de ,, S. Holmes. 3rd Row, N. Groy, J. Po,b, M. Hoger, S S-co11, J_ ftonk, S McCo n dleu, P. F,onhl, J. Tibbol,, Mr. Mc.Gill.

Barbaro Page an d Diano Juckmon

The hard working S!off 1n action

The exceptional issues of the Wolfpocket, edited by Barbara Page and Diano Jackman, contained new and interesting articles.

Spot the Senior, Popular Music Column, Alumni

News, G.AA. Spotlight, Teacher of the Week, From the Pen of Glenn, and Girls' League News were among the high lights on the path toward a goal of high school spirit.

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H HPIHlrn

#4,y f,cuer and Sondy Cl(l,k

I. Hammond, P Parks, M Colven, S. McCond;eH, M. frorer, M,u Palme,. S. Clo,k, D. Heben, L. Gale, J Dorby, 0. lrv,ne, M Glenn, L. 80,ley, N. Dom,ngoi, 8. Flem,ng, J Crc11,e,

As the lost bit of cop'f and the last pages are sent 10 the publisher, the final dream of the editors comes true; the book is finished. Without the able assistance of our photographer, Mr. Haynes, The Yearbook House and Mr. Hubbell, our advisor, Miss Palmer, and our hard-working

staff, the

dream

could never have come true. tr is to all these people 1h01 we offer our appreciation for their faithful and never-ending guidance. J C,o.,er, D lrv,oe, M. Glenn, M F,ote,, J. Solinger, S (I,,,ďż˝

Mory and Sandy.

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Wd,on, K. Golde,. ?nd Row M•u Ho,dy, R. Chien.

J. Solm9er, 0. Joc�mon, S Hom>0n

Under the capable leadership of Miss Hardy, and

President,

Bette Wilson,

the G i r Is·

League successfully completed their many projects. Beginning the year was the Howdy Hop, followed by the Annual Foll Confer­ ence, at which Claremont acted as host to Girls' League represen1011ves from fourteen other schools.

Next come Tog Doy, the

Formal, the Fother-Doughter Bonquet and Installation. The cooperation of alt the girls hos led the way to o year complete with fun and success.

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Woy, oMI Meon, Comm111iee


CA61NET, 6. Colby. L. Armtndoru. 6. lonin. R. Thornion, J. Sokh.

President lorry Armendarez

The Boys· Forum, which includes oil boys in the Senior High, met O/lCe o month under the super­ vision of their sponsor, Mr. Mortin, and presi­ dent, Lorry Armondorez. They hod several dis­ cussions and interesting talks on various voca­ tions. Ball.

In December they put on

the Christmas

Their goal, in the future, is to set up a

scholarship for on outstanding senior sportsman.

The Bo�• forum Cobmtr ,n oci.o"

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The outstanding teamwork and leader­ ship of our directors and advisors in producing a tolent show was reflected in a highly entertaining evening.

An

old timer from out west told his audi­ ence about '"El Rancho de Monona,"' th; Ranch of Tomorrow. A guest house, an evening campfire, and a comniunity hall gathering, visited by many dudes, stiluted the three colorful scenes


With o troditionol biblical theme, The Christmas Story was portrayed very impiralionally with beautiful tableaux. Music by the Junior ond Senior High Girls' Choruses helped to set o reverent mood which led us into the Christmas season remembering the true meaning of this Holy day

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'Drama in Three Moods," the stort of our spring season, included three excellent one­ act ploys 'Trifles," a mysterious drama, was played by senior high students. The other senior high presentation was "Happy Journey," written by Thornton Wilder. Both performances were directed by Mr. Gates The junior high ploy, '"Thursdays at Home, directed by Mrs. Noble, was a riotous com­ edy with on oil-girl cost. Together they mode o very enioyable evening's entertain­ ment

Scene from l>'ghploy

Thur,day$otHome

the iunior

fofle,·-,eprelcntingthethi,dmood,dram<l

91


As the sun rose o

the morning of Morch 21

weary science stu :ents stumbled out of bed mumbling something about loss of sleep. It was the day projects were due for the 3rd Annual Science Fair, presented by the Ecneics.

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Beu of how gou lo L,A. Sc,encďż˝ Fo., S 111 ,n B,olo',ly Don F,oHr

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CJJ I I I en en c:::::::C C 7 In the clonroom as well os on the athletic field the qualities of Ieomwork plus individual leadership ore developed in these growing sportsmen.


Do you remember how you strutted with pride when you became a Sophomore? You were finally a full-fledged member of the Senior High Stepping

into

this new life

helped

you

realize that you now hod to be o loyal sportsman by supporting school octivilies, as well as those of your doss. In achieving and surpassing the standards and goals set before them, and by being true sportsmen, the class of 1958 well de­ served the respect they gained from all. CLASS OfFICERS ht flow J_ lloriey, 8. Colby. 8 No,1on, C. Perkmt J, Bol,119e,,J, Fronk, L Noidor

ht Row. I(_ Hen,, J. Bedlo,d, l. Koffmon, P Oo... gh.,,ty, D. l,v,ne, R Wh,te, A. Notion A S,;rov�n. R. Boker, 0. S,mpson, D S�ehon, R. Yermo..,k

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2nd Row, J. Hynd, J. Peo,r1, l. GrithOw,


hi Row, M. Ornel,n, M. qrnelos, S. J01eph, t. Noidor, J. Kleven, T Reimo, M. Glenn, R. McCloy, t. Finley, G. Rodewald. 2nd Row, R Hernondez, K. Moloney. J. Singer. K. Otis, R. Chen. J. Bolinger, C. P erkins. J. Fronk, R. Dimit. 3rd Row, S. Cowffy, J. Bedford, M. Lloyd, J. Clark, S. Muntzel, S. Holmes, J. Vieg. 4th Row, 0. Price, S. Nehon, C. Keys, B. Evon,, C. Bunker, B. Feli�.

ls! Row, T. Ebell, J. Archer, C. Luet1g�rod!, P. Burns, B. Molino, C. Smith, G. St�odmon, A. Sponn, J. Hughes, 0. Potion, C. Vaughn. 2nd Row, S. Jenkins, S. Coopelleni, N. Field, C. Armendarez, S. Morgan, S. B.e�ak, J. Horris, J. Robbie, G. Gillette, J. Pulliam, C. Alba, J. Tibbol,. C. Butler. 3rd Row, P. Chastain, L. Morse, L. Stonebreaker, J. Roney, B. Norton, D. Anderson, B. Pieters, D. Fullerton, J. Sears. J,th Row, 11. Lockn,r, J. Rains, D. P�terson, 0. Fraser, D. Smith, B. Colby, S. Tho,ne, 0. Snelson, M. Martinez, J. Green. 5th Row, N. Sch�rer, C. Wubker, J. Hardy, L. Von Dolsen, P. Johnson, D, Smith, R. Yorke, R. ileord, B. Buteon.


Richard Thornton President

Tom Gory President

Rosie Streich V. Pres., Sec.-Treos.

Julio Hearst Social Choirmon

Ellen Zosso Publicity

Suzy Honoker Pu�licity

John Lyon Vice-Pres.

Pam Gorr Sec.-Treos

The Junior Closs hos proved, to our mind, Marlene DiOrio Social Chairman

That fun and hard work con be combined. To raise money their moms hod o Mexicon dinner, Their Tro on Horse float was judged the winner With the help of their sponsors this hard-working class Put on the prom, pointed the underpass Along thf' path while reaching their goal, True sportsm('n they were. the class as o whole.

Penny Singer Social Chairman

Lindo Lower Social Chairman


ROtlHT ADAIR

TOM BALLOGG

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JOHN ALLEN

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JOHN HARRINGTON JOHN HENDERSON JEAN NORTHCUTT DON PRICE

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After o consistent program of building o background in knowl­ edge and sportsmanship, the Seniors ore reaching a fork in their path ond the fond memories hove placed sign posts for their future.


Wayne Scherer President

We, as Seniors, hove come to the crossroods and bid fare­ well to our beloved school ond friends.

11 is not without

regrel, for, although we ore moving onword, we hove hod many prol11oble experiences that will place CH.S. in our memories forever. Some wi!I remember the football chom­ pionship or talent show, some the Prom or class offices held. Others will recoil teochers, classes, or Ditch Doy. Dono Vogler Vice-President

Heidi Streich Secretory-Treasurer

But, to

eoch of us, the memory of what we have learned here will always remain as we IT\0ve onward to do our best, as true

Korlyse Golder Social-Chairman

Janet Keys Trumbo Social-Chairman

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JEANNE ALEXANDEI! Sc.ienceisvmrlymore1r,mukmng10 theimog,nohon1honoretheclouics

LAl1:l!Y ARMENDAREZ He, ,ir,h♦·1ogoodw o,kmon.

MARILYN BALDl!IDG!: 1,.ne,the,hereno,there

A B RBARA ALTSHULER Thi,b<i,ine.,w.llneve, ho ld wote,··

JUANITA ANDREW H""est loborbeo,.o lovelyloce

Jfyou �eepo !h,ng ,even yeon, youo,e sure1of,ndouselo,i1."

GORDON BAl!TLETT lhol '• ihebesr govemmenl wh,ch de,,,e, 10 make rhe people lloppy. ond know, how to moke them ho ppy

JIM BASSETT ""l omveryfondoflhe company of lod,e,


DIANNE BEATTY

A daughter of The gods, d,vonely !ell or.d mo,r d,�,nely few

808 BERTLESON

L, <.,;soje,r,andoll 1h,ng11how,r, ·r1cughr saonce but now I �now ,T

Bens. · A gentleman of all tempe,ence

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ROC,ER BONZEI!

An agreeablecompanion on o joumeyi,osgood,nawrriagc

BARBARA CANll!Ell

Blu• " he color :; �,;; ..,:

BEN BENTLEY

Sumpon. '"Ashelhinkerh ,nh,sheort,so,she

Spee,:h,.om•rro,ofrhesoul; osamons�oks.,o,,he

DAVD CLARK Thoughpleo,ed10,ee1hedolphin,

play,lm,nd my compau ondmywoy


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JUDY CROSIER There Io 1ong ,n my heo,t.

DICK CUNDIFF l'mnotfor1u,e. ·1,uew, t i 1 noiureto odvontogedreued

0 I rh,nk of os many mone,. o• he, but I g,ve heaven tllonk1 ond moke noboosiolthem

GWEN ENGEBRETSON Conweeverhc,vetoomuch olc,goodthing?

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ETHEL FEKETE 01 choritr

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I I Noth,ng g,eol wos .,,,., och,e,ed

DOREEN GATTEN Book<,th child,&nol!heb,o,n "Dutth.''

KOl!LYSE GOlOEI! Here come, mynune

N!wthOng,are,mpouible todiligenceond,k,11


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HAYES GRIFFITH TMpuceolwi,dom ,,oboverubie,

HELEN GUEVERA lovel , n eu need1 no! rhe '°""9" oid of ornomenr

SANDY HOGAN Whysopaleondwone fond lover?

JOE Gl!IGGS He tho! hod, knowledge sparerh h,, word,.

BETTE HALE Le! meg, veyouoword ro rhew,se, nevercf>or!er obu1youguys.

PEGGY HOLLIDAY A penny lo,your1h ough!1

BOB i;!AMMONO All st ud,e1 here I solemrlly defy

Hll:RY HUNT ·wel l ,o,d.oldmole! Con,t work in The eorth ,o /oST? Awor!hypiont t r "


V DIANA JACKMAN he1charm·ng,evernew, w,11 The lundscope ti,e the :::;

VICl(I JENSEN Olol! those ans ,nwl»ch thewi.e e,ccll, nature·, ch,ef mosieq:,,ece ,, wrilingwell

BOB KEUY Geniu< mu,tbebo<n and neverconbe tought

MA'1NIE KING There·, only one rh,ng ,n the wo,ld worse than be,ng Tol�ed obo<JT, and rhat is notbeing talked obout

ERIK LARSON A man ought to read ju,r a, ,,..:I; Aflhon lead, him, lo,whot he ,eods a, a tosk will do h,m l.nle good

TOM JACKSON But m.cc ood r11ts, gnd :w,;;h smol! deer,hovebeenlom·1food fo,seven longyeors

JANET KEYS TRUMBO She,sobonnywe,,thing thi,,we,rtwife olm,ne

CYNTHIA LEIGHTON Thymodestysacondle to them..,., TheW,1eh


RON LEWMAN

A mon must ho ve o ce,t01nomounr ofintelhgent,gnornn<e to get onywhe,e.·•

owoy wro!h

GRAY NOLAND

Come on yowl l1holldonceborefee1 onmy wedd,r,gdoy

LINDA LOWE

first C:ou G"I Scout lbelievethor,n theend the truth w,11 conquer""

JIM MOORE l·fo,I. fellow well me!

JEANETTE McCARlEY

lom olwoytin hostebur never,n ohur,y

JOE MOOREHEAD

Things of like volue d,lfe,ing in the,, ow nero ore pu,ed by the,


DICK NORTON Whciri1wonhdolngotoll • "worthdoing well

.JENNIE OROZCO lnherTonguei,th1' low of kindness

6AR6ARA PAGE Plovghd�pwhile,luggords sleep! lhavonotsleptonowink.

WILLO ANN PEQUEGNANT Ve.,el, lmg" may venture mo,e Bvt l,ule boats ,nould �eep ""'"

The,e ,, no oury we under,ore 10 r·uch a, th� du1y of be,ng happy

lncorne5u,,o,onevost

CHARLES RUNSVOLO Th,,life,srnostjolly


DOUG RIJSSELl

Manne ro mu,tado,11 knowledge, ond ,mo o•hil•woythrough the wa, ld

WAYNE SCHERER Th e mer,t of o.eNICe ,s 5eldom our bu•ed to !he True and e�oct perfo m r er

MICHAEL SMITH 'None 001himself conbeh,5paroltel

ROBERT RANEY livewhdeyou l,ve, the,oc,edprwchercries"

KAY SAARIO Your skill ,hall, He a ,t ori dorkeiin ght,sl>ckfieryolfindeed"

Them ,,no good ,n o,gu,ng with h t e ,nev,rable

rd ,o1herhoveonmchofdog thonm, l eoolpcd,gree

PAT5Y 5PANN The beoury h r o!is born here n , h t e f�e. t h e beo,e, knows not, b..,t commend it self n orhers eyu


HEIDI Sll!EICH He1ho1,, 1low1oonge< • ,.b,eue,-thonthem,ghry

SAILY THORNE S..ne, mokco weok l'r'on you, enemy thon yo"' /.,end

DONA VOGLER There ,,no•,ng more fun lnon omon

l!OGEI! WILCOX N�ve, rlo thatrodoy ,...., c h you conputofluntd1or,o"o"'

BETTE WILSON

0IC1( WINTER he•yth,ng come. ,Io monwdl onlywo,r

Sen,ounol ,hown JULlO CONTRERAS CAROL MARTIN

Ove, rhe p,gno wo, p,,n,erl o nohce· Pleose do .,ot,hoo!thp p,on,ot, ,he " do,.,g her be11


.JEANNE AlEXANDER-6 ye"" TolenrSh<>w 1, 2. 4

CSF 2,J.4 Pl<>y

!.,fie, ' 4

Science Cl u b4

Dt>nceClubl,2

Wolfpocke 1S101/4

Ope,eno 1

BARBARA ALISHULER-5 yeo"

CS. F . 3, 4

G.A A 1 ,J,4

Annuol St<>ff 1

Wolfpocker Stoff 4

folen1 Show 4

ScienceClub4

Chem-Mt>Th Club 4 C.S.F. Preoiden! 4

JUANITA ANDREW -2 yeo,s

Orama Club3, 4 Se,c_.Jreo1. 3 Powdeno Pla yhouse 3 Play4

LARRY ARMENDAREZ- 6yeon

Jr, High Student BadyPretident l

C!as,P,esident2

Sruden1 Bady Sale1 Manage, 3 Bay1"Fo,u mP,e1iden14

CS. F . 2 ,3,4

Vo<1i1yFootball2. 3.4 All Tri• C o.4

Von,ry Track 1,2,3. •·Co-Captain4

StudentCou ncal.2,3,4 JIM BALCH-4 yeon

T,ackl.2,3,4

Bay•· Forum4 Senior Rep 4 "B"," Footbaltl

Le11e,men'1Club 3.4

MARILYN BALDRIDGE- 5 yeon

Ope,eno 2

Red C,ou 4

. ounty MusicFesTivol 2. 3 JfiC

SponishClub3

GORDON BARllETT-6yeo,1 ""B"" Footba!ll,2,3

Vo,sity foo1ba1I 4

C.S.f. 2, 3

Clou Pre,ident 3

STu de nt BadyPresident4 l(ey Club 3,4

Lenermon·sclub4 Bays'StaTe Rep.3

JIM BASSETl-4 ye,an

Vo,1ity Tra ck I,2. J,4,Co•Coptoin4 Vo,sity Football 3, 4

StudentCouncil4

Lettermen",Club 1,2, 3.4, V. P,e,. 4

Ar!Club 1,2, 3

Po,odenoPlayhou,eJ

114

DIANNE BEATTY -6 yea,.

JULIO CONTRERAS- 6 yeo,.

Girf•· Ensemble I,3

All Leogue football te,am4

Sponi,hClub2

foo1boll2,3,4

T,ock 2 , 4

8ay1· Forum3 ,4

A Wol,z Dreom"" 1

Peppe,sClub2

"B'" FootboUt

'8"" Boseboll l

ChriSTmo, Po9eont 1

T,i.Cou nty Mus,c Fest,vol l

DAVID BENSON- 6yeor1

• C.S.F. 2,3,4

StageCrew3,4

JUDYCROSIH- 6yea,s

G . A . A . l,2. 3.4, Pre,ident4

Operetta 1

TolenrShow, 1,2, 3,4,0i,eclor4

Girls' Ensemble 1,2,3

FooTboUManage,4

Annuol Staff 1 ,2.•

Bosketball Manage, 4

Christma,Pageont I, 2.J,4

l(eyCl u b4

Orches!ra Fe11,vo/ 3

Le,,e rmen·, Club 4

Tri•Coun1y Mu1ic Fes!l�ol 1, 2, 3,4

BEN BENTLEY-6yeor1

DICKCUNDIFF-3 '/, year,

l(ey Club 3,4, V.Pres.4

You,hCoord,nor,ng(OtJncil3,4,Pre s. 4

Stage Crew 4

Talent Show•

School Spor11Corte1pondent 3,4

Cla so Presiden13

Football Manage, 2

Sponi1hClub2

Band&O,chH!ro 1,2,3

S1uden!Council Rep,esen1otivel,4 Tri·County Orchcitro 2, 3

" Ttifle1""4

BOB BHTHSON-2

Bulloch Art Awa,d 3

'I,

yeor1

Wood ShopProje<tContest2 ,3

Bay• forum

ROGER BONZER-2 '/, ye,a,s I AC!Play2

Footba113,4

StageCrew3,4

Tenni,2, 3,4

Orchestra Festivol 3

Exchonge AnemblyJ

JIMORINKER-6yeors

Bay,·Forum

Sciencefoir

lndu$1rial An,

KARL EBELl-6yeo,,

Vorsity Football2,3,4,Co·Coptoin4 Vorsiry Ba1ketball2,3,4 lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4

KeyClub2,3,4,P,esident4

Talent Show 4

ClauP,esidenrl

Ta lent Show 3

J.V. 9a..,boll I . . . B. Footballl

DIANNE BOYD-3 1/, yeo,1

Fo1hion Show 3

PostureCoo1e11 W,nne, 3

8A�ARACANTHLL - '2 yeo,.

Gi,I• leogu e HospirolilyComminee3, Choirmon4

Homecoming Queen4

Chri,tmos Boll Oueen4

DAVtDCLARK- 5 y1or1 Orche11ra 1,2

Bondl,2

Trock2.J,•

SrageCrew3,4 ScienceClub4 Basketbal l 2

Honor Rolll,2,4

SANORACLARK- 5 yeo,1

C. S . F . 2,3,4,life Member G.A.A. 1,2,3,4

Tri•Caunty Music Fetri""I2 , 3

Ann"°I Stoff2, 3, ••(o.Ediror4

ScienceClub4

Chem· Moth Club 4 Girls' En,emble 3

YO<J!hCoordino!ingCauncil4

GWEN ENGEBRETSON -3 years

Talent Show 2

Girl1' League

SponishCl u b 3 DanceClub2

ETHEL FEl(ETE - 3 years

Christmos P,09,om 3, 4

lfi-CO<Jnty Mu1ic Festi�al KEN FLEMING- 5 ye,ars

S!udent An Show 2,3,4 Bullocks Anhhiba 3,4

PETE FRANKEL-6yeor1

WolfpocketSToff 1,2,3,4

ScienceClub4

Youth Coordinotlng Council 4 TalentShow2

Vorsity Foo!ball 3


MARY fRATER - 6 yeo'5

Studenr Sody Adve,r,.,n9 Monoger3

El Esp11,tuCo-Ed,tor 4

ClonSec.- Treo1 1. 2

C.S.F.2.3,4, lofe member Sc,enceClub, V.Pres 4

BETTE HALE-Syeors

Cheerleader,·s·· 2, Vomty3, 4 RollyClub2.3.4,Prn.4 G.A.A.1, 2,3,4

G,,1,· League Cab,ner 4 Homecommg Prirn:eu 4

O,che'1fa and8ond 1. 2.3

Ploy

Tolent Show3. 4

Clon Soc,ol Chairman 1, 2, 3

G.A.A. 2.3.4. Teon,1 Team 1, 3,4 DOREEN GATTEN - 6 yean

Happy Journey"4

Tolen• Show 2,3, 4

808 HAMMOND- 6 yeon

Operetlo I

Vo,sity Football3. 4

G.A.A.'So,ketball Mgr. 2

Vor11ty Bo,eboll 2,3.4

G.A.A.1. 2. 3. 4

Tri-County Music fe,i,�ol1. 2

Camero Club1

Wolfpachr Staff 4

StudentCouncil Reprnentative2

CHRISTIE GATES-1 yeor

Fu1ure Homemaker Award4 DromaClub4

B'Footboll l,2,Copto,n2

KeyC!ub 2,3,4

Lene,men·,c1ub2,3,4,Sec.4

Student SodyVicePre11den14 G,rlS Srore 3

lolent Show 4

ScienceClub4

HELEN GRAY- 6 yeor, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4

RockerClub2

G.A.A. 3

TERRY HUNT-4 yeors Trod< Mono ger 3

DIANA JACKMAN -4 'fr years

G.A.A. 1,2,3

C.S.f.2,3,4

Orchewo2,3,4

BandPrn,.4

Wolfpocket Co-Editor 4 Ci1izen,hip Award 1

YouthCoordinotingCouncil,Sec.3, V.Pre1.4

ThirdPrize Ame,icon Legion Enay

Carnero Club I

TOM JACKSON - 4 years

C.S.f.3,4

VICKI JENSEN-3'/, yeor, SponishClub l , 2

ScienceClvb2.3,4,Pres.4 Honor RoU2 .3.4

JOE GRIGGS - o yeo,1 "B""foo tboll l, 2

·s·· sa,ke1boll1

S1udentCour.cil Represen101iv13,4 Roarer, Award 4

T,ock3

HELEN GUEVARA- 6 yean

School BeautifulComm. Pres. 4

Chorus 1, 2 Operel!o 2

RONNIE LEWMAN- S years

"'C"' So1k11ball2

Orcheuro ond Bond l, 2

HAYES GRlfflTH-4 yea,,

WolfpockerS1aff 2, 3,4

StudentCo,,,ncil4

PEGGY HOLllDAY - 3 yea"

G.A.A. 801ketboll Mgr. 3

American Hi,10,y Award3

G.A.A. 1, 2. J.4, Soskerboll Mgr.4

Tri-H,-Y 2, J. Pru.3

Talel\!Show4

"8"foo1ball1,2,3

Opereuo 1

ScienceClub2,3,4

Ch,i,tmo, Pageant L. 4

:YNTHIA LEIGHlON - 6 yeor,

Choru1 1, 2

Girls" League V. Pres.4

CameraClub1

Gid5" leogue Way, and M=n•Comm. 2,3,4

Senior AnnouncementComm,, Chairman 4

ERIK LARSON-3 yeors

ScienceClub4

Jewelry Making 4

lolent Show 1, 2, 4

ScienceClub4

Spol\i1hCl u b 1 , 2

KORKY GOI.DE.11: - 6 years

Closs SocialChoirmon4

8 " Chee,leader 2

Tri-H,-Y 2 , 3

Wolfpocht Stoff 4

Ch�i,mon - Girls' leogue formol 4

C.S.F.2,3,4

Student8odySecrerory3

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4

SpOl\<ihClub 2, 3, Sec.2, Soc.CJ,.3

(Ion Sec.-Treo,. J

SANDY HOGAN- J'/, years Studen!Body Treo,urer 4

PepClubP,e,.3

C.S.f.2,3,4

Studen1Cour.c, 13

MARNIE KING -3 'I, Y'"O"

C.S.F.2, 3.4, life member

ROSALIND GOFORTH - 6 yeo,1

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4

Cha,rmonSchool BeouufulComm.4

J.V. !l<neboll 1 SponishClub l , 2

Jr. High S .8. Sec,e1ary1

Clou Secrerory 1

JANET KEYS TRUMBO - 2 'I, years

ClonSocial Cha,rman 4

ScienceClub2,J,4

C.S.F. 2,3,4

American Legion Auxiliary Award3

Wolfpocke1Sra/14

lolenr Show 4

[);rch DoyComm.4 808 KHLY- 21/, years Stoge Crew I Booeball3

'8'"8aoeball l, 2

Gym Club 2

LINDA LOWE - 5 'f, years

Girls' Ensemble 1 Ope,erro 1

G.A.A. 1, 3, 4

C.S.F, 3

ScienceClub4

Bo1keiboUCapt.4

YourhCoord,noTingCouncil3,4

CAROL MARTIN- '/, yeor

JEANETTE McCARLEY - 4 yea"

Chril!masPogeon1 \,2,4 Talept Show\, 2,3

T,i-Counry Mu1icFe\livol l , 4

BusineuC l u b Sec.3

MAXINE Mc CLAY- J yeors

C.S,f. 2

Girls' League2,3,4

JlM MOORE - l yeor

JOE MOOREHEAD -3 years

J.V. So ,eball 2 !kuketboll 2 Tennis3,4 KeyClub4

S1og1Crew3, 4

GRAY NOLANO-1 yea,

Chrillmas Ball Pril'leess 4 TolenlShow 4 Red Cron 4

C'hristmo1Pogeantl

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OICK NORTON - O YIKI" KeyClub4

C.S.F.2.34 . Bondl.2.3

Foorlxill ,poner4

Booeboll Mgr. I

Boulton Block Memoriol Award2

JENNIE OROZCO - 5 yeon

Chr,mno,Po�ont 1

Poih.,eContnt3 Ope,eno 2

DOUG RUSSELL - J yeon StogeCrew2,3,4

Tolen1 ShowOi,ecto<4

CloHSocio!Chciirmon3 Plo y 'Trilles·•

Sporrsmonsh,p Judge J

C.S.F.2, 3

BOB RANEY-6 yeo,,

Varsity Footboll 2,3,4,Co-Cop1oin •

•voriity Bo,kerboll 2,J4, . Captain4 KeyC1ub2,J.4.Sec.3

BARBARA PAGE -3YIKI"

Clou P,e.,dent I, 2

G.A.A. 2, 3

C.S.F.3

C.S.F.2, J,4

Orche,tro2,3,4

Bond2, 3

"B"Footboll l 2 ,

Vor,,ty Football 3.4

Lettermen'• Club 3,4

Junior Red C,on4

Wolfpocke1 S1off 4

G.A.A. 3,4

ScienceClub4

3irl1' LIKlgueCoree,, Comm.3

G,.I, · league Woy1 ond Mean,Comm .4

KAY 5AARI O-6 yeo<i

G,rls" league 1, 2,3,4

BERT PENNO CK - 5 yeo n

Che,,yP,eContest W,nner.Pom.&Clmt.4 Floot Committee •

Doube,s Club2.3,4

WAYNE S C HERER-6 years

Varsity Footboll Mgr.2.3.4 KeyClub4

Leriermen's Club 2,3,4

PublicityChoirmon--Girl1' league Fo,mol4

OONA VOGLER -J '/, year,

Vo,1i1y Songleoder 3, •

Closs Vice President 4

G.A.A. 2,3, •

RoilyClub Secretory4

Tolen1Show I,2.3,4

Closs SociolChoi,mon2 Football Princeu 4

Girls" Ensemble l 2 ,

ROGER WI LCOX-6 year,

Cho,us2. 3

Clan President 4

"'B"Football

Boy,· Fo,um 3,4

C.S.F . 2 , 3

"B"" Boseb all

·s·· eo,kerboll2

WI LLO ANN PEQUEGNAT - 1yeo,

Woy, ond Meon,Comminee. Publicity Mg,.4

SrogeC,ew 1,2,4 Hono, Rolll,2,3,4

Student(ouncil4

G.A.A. 4

FRITZ SEYFARTH - 11/, year,

Vo,sity Fo otlxill2,J,4

Tro ck2,4

OICK POLOS - 5 yeor, All te-ogue4 All C.l.f. 4

Vo,i,ty Boseboll2,J,4, Captain4 All L1K1gue 3

Lene,men',Club2,3,4,P,es. 4 KeyClub4

Sc;ieMe Club 4

SUE RUCKDASHEL-5yeci" OpereUo 2

G.A.A. 2

Tri•Countyfestivc,11.2,4

Jun,o, HighPloy I

Red C,o,.2

SponishCfub2

CHARLIE RUNSVOLO - 6 yeon Clcin President 1

Sruden1Council l,2,J Voflity Bo,ebcilt2, J,4 Vo,,,ry Footboll2.3,4

lenermen·s Club J,4 KeyClub3,4

J.V. Bo,eboll l, Moot VoluciblePlciyer H"no,Rolll,2,3

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Gi,I•' Cho,u, 4

G.A.A.3.4

J.V. Boseboll 1, 2

SHI RLEY TULIS- I

SAU Y THORNE - 2 yeoro

S1uden1Counci!Rep,e,ento!,ve l,

Sc,enceClub3,4

Bo«olou,eore Committee 4

Science Club 3

Girls" league 4 Tolen! Show 4

Trock3

0.A.R. C,tizen,hip Award 4

Bouhon BlockCommun,1y Aword. Mus,c3

1 year, EOOIE SWIATEK-2/,

Boy1· Fo rum 3,4

Nu1rilion fo,r3

LeROY SHEFFIHD-6 yea,, 8""Footbo ll2 "8 .. Boske1boll2

Boy,· Fo,um3,4

Vomry So,hrboll 4

MIKE SMITH - I 'I, yeon

Stoge SetDe1igner4

Bullock·, Art fahibitJ,4 School Art Sho w 3,4

"B"Bo1ketball

Varsity Tenni1

SciMce Club

B�TTE WILSON -4 year,

Closs Vice President J

Gi,ls' lecigue Treo1u,er 3

Girls· League Presiden1 4 Annucil Stoll2.J

Wolfpocket Stoff2 Tolen1 ShowJ.4

C.S.F.2, 3 , 4

Girls" Enie mble 2,3

Talen r Sho w3

DICK WINTER-3yeo,1 . "8. FootbollJ

Ele-ctoon Poster Adv..o, 3

SponishClub2

5choo1Ptay3

Attended Gene Normon Show3

PATSY SPANN-2yeo,1 Talent Show4 PepClub3

HEIDI STREICH-6yeors

Cfciu Secre1ory 2,4

Closs Vice P,e,identJ Vci,1ory Songleader3

Vo,,,,.., Cheerleode, •

Ch,ist mo, Prince,s3,4 RollyClub3,4 Annuo1Stoff2

Vor,ity T,oc� 2,3


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Frank Terry, Ji Balch, and Jahn Henderson seem to be having fun while working al the

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Larry Armendarez and Sondy Hogan suggest YOU try the popcorn at STATE THEATRE.

Judy Frank and Rose Hernandez find it easy to locate Fll:ASHER'S on the mop.

RADIO

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ISABEL'S BEAUTY SHOP 119 Harvard Claremont, CCl!if.

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··1 bet it has three layers,'" says Dona Vogler to Solly Thorne, while talking in TOWN AND COUNTRY.

CUMPlrn HOM[ FURNISHINGS CLARliMON�. CAL,FORN,A

Jackie Singer, Borboro Norton, and the Smith twins, Dick and Don, recommend a cool, tasty ORANGE JULIUS.

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MACK D. PARKS REAL ESTATE

HOMES • LOTS • COUNTRY PROPERTY 5-2523

127 Harvard

Judy Horris and Miss Palmer agree that ··tor the best in sight, ifs POMONA OPTICAL SERVICE."

Russ Lockner, Nelson Scherer, David Benson, and Dick Norton examine the "Best Buick Yet" at CLARK BROS.

ROY PIERCE

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CASA FLORES "The Telegraph Flowers" Village Theatre Bldg.

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ACME CLEANERS LEWIS & NELSON MOBILE

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, , RALPH H. LAIRD CONTRACTOR "My next time aravnd, t'm going to stop here on that special WORLD TRAVEL BUREAU tour," soys Michele Glenn.

ROAD CONSTRUCTION • PAVING GRADING • DECOMPOSED GRANITE 2743 Fourth Street.

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CRYSTAL BEAUTY SHOP 241 Harvard, Claremont .5-1708

RAY SANDER CO.

NEW INSTALLATIONS AND CONTRACT PLUMBING 336 West Second, Claremont 5-2651

··well," soys Joan Ellison to "fancy meeting you here:·

Bobbi Weeks,


ROCKW ELL CHEVRON 309 West Finl Street

"We con eot six TACO KITCHEN tocos ond not goin on ounce," soy Diono Jockmon ond Vicki Jensen.

H EB E R T'S 224 Yole Avenue, Claremont 155 South Garey, Pomona

CLAREMONT BUILDING AND 219 Yale Avenue

HEND RICK'S PHAR M ACY

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SOUTHERNIA CALIFORNIA'S DISTINCTIVE FASHION SHOP 180 East Second, Pomona

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COL LEGE CLEANERS 282 West Second

5-2508

Want to look like a page out of ""VOGUE"? Judy Crosier ond Diann Irvine advise you ta try KNIT. TOGS, tops in Sun foshions.

HI NS H A W'S OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 214-216 West Second Street

MUSIC STUDY EXALTS

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This JOHN P. EVANS hat is just the thing for my Dad"s birthday,"' remarks Pat Spann to the salesgirl.

VILLAGE HOBBY SHOP

MODELS • CRAFTS • TRICKS 262 West Second Street, Claremont

Joe Morehead, David Benson, Mr. Bootb, and Dick Cundiff wish the Stage Crew could get paint in cans this size, and it's possible at GRADY ENTERPRISES.

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Sally Thorne ond Marnie King seem anxious to learn about State Form insurance ond EDWARD DITTMER will be glod to help them.

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Jone Bolinger, Diann Irvine, and Robin Chen quench their thirsts ot the VILLAGE GRILL after a pfoydoy

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220 Yale Avenue

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F. M. Haynes

OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER â&#x20AC;¢ Strobe Lighting for Groups, Children Strobe Lighting for Weddings Commercial and Condid Portrait-Groduotion I'd like to thank the Annual Stoff and Foculty for the cooperation they hove shown. Reprints ond enlargements ore available from Annual photos.

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Just now the dry-tongued laurels' pattering talk Seem'd her light foot along the garden walk, And shook my heart t o think she comes once more. But even then J heard her dose the door; The gates of heaven are dosed, and she is gone.

IN MEMORY OF JANICE EVELYN BOGGESS


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1956 El Espiritu  

1956 yearbook from Claremont CA high school

1956 El Espiritu  

1956 yearbook from Claremont CA high school

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