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Published annually by the students of Cloremonl Senior High School Cloremont, California EDITOR . ASSISTANT EDITOR ART EDITORS .

ROBIN CHEN MICHELE GLENN SUSAN JOSEPH, FRANK TERRY COPY EDITORS .....• NANNETTE DOMINGOS, ANN WILLCOX SPORTS EDITOR . .. CHARLES BUNKER PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS DAVID HEBERT, DIANN IRVINE ADVERTISING MANAGER ... SUE McCANDLESS WAYS ANO MEANS .......... JOYCE TYSON MISS MIRIAM MOSS ADVISOR


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� Once upon o Time in room 201, ancient home of El Espiritu, nin�ould-be creorive eniuses began sharpening their wits for p,eporotion of their annual project. Their ��oys of joint t� were spent

frantically organizing deportments ol)d assignments for, as our farsighted editor, Robin 1151 warned us, the first deadline was only seYen months and twelve and a half days away! In no time at all, everyone was so occupied with his respective Task that it took Robin five solid minutes of yelling, hair-tearing and

beating on the table with Miu Moss· lunch to communicate the idea that something hod occurred to her

· Where's the theme? Who hos it? Somebody's token it!" There was a stunned silence - followed by

on e�plosion of flying papers and photographs as every staff member searched the secret campartment of his E.E. Secre1 Cade Ring! Although the staff later picked up the habit of silence while o stronger was in

the room, on This day of oll doys the supposed oflendonce messenger went unnoticed and the groaning and mooning continued. But he didn"t remain unobserved for long because, gelting rhe piCTure ins1antly, he growled, ··Did you cots soy you dropped o rheme? Mon, I'm jusl the coooool you·re needinT" You should

hove seen Their faces os this somewhat odd-looking little character went on lo explom that he was on out-of-work detective, casing C.H.S. for just !he kind of problem they hod. There was dead silence os he whipped out his do-it-yourself detective kit and slipped into o lellermon·s swearer with o huge on the

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fronr · This disguise is a real gasser,"' he said, trying to tuck his long, bushy, toil (Toil?) up under the sw�oier. ··Nobody"U dig my jive in this outfit, they'll think l"m just another ·wolf."·· By this time Robin wos begmn1,ig to wonder just what kind of creature he was, but as she ran her hand over his soft gray fur and pointed hnle ea�. she could be heard to mutter, '"Oh well, a wolf is a wolf · Miss Moss looked at Robin: Robin looked at Miss Moss. "You·re hired;· they yelled simultaneously, as

they reached fot- the account books to see if the annual was still in the block. So •.. getting right to the business at hand, the aforementioned four-legged flatfoot trotted over to the orwwol o.,pboord. He opened !he door only to be met by on avalanche of lost year's photos. old Type· writer ribbons, countless small, medium and large scraps of paper, a half a doughnut and three mouldy coolties from post bake soles! He rose from the debris, however, undaunted, to assure them he would go on -Relax. man,'" he cried, "I'll cool it for yo!"'


DEDICJ.\..flOl'I

Because of his tremendous awareness of life and his alertness to all that goes on around him, because of his insight into our thoughts as teenagers, because of his happy infll..lce on all those with whom he

associates, Nicholas C. Polos hos achieved the end toward which all teadwrs strive - complete under­ standing with his students. Hence, we ore honored to dedicate El E.,� • 1957 to our friend, Mr. Polos We see "Nick," as he is known by many, striding through the halls with his rolling, rhythmic gait,

swinging o tennis racquet on the courts, giving generously of his ·.._ as sponsor of the class of '57, or from him. We enjoy hiS telling one of his ridiculous iokes that somehow ore funny because unstintedly given friendship and counsel, and we are inspired by h� rodoatKM'I of school spirit at its height.


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ADMINISTf\ATOf\S

Mr. Lyle Mortin

Mr. Hugh M. Wilby

Mr. John Brubaker

Mr. William Montgomery


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Dr. Gilbert S. Coltrin

Mrs. Alvin Scoff


COUf\lSEllf\lG

Naturally, the first people our furry friend thought of as potential sources of leads wete our counseling

staff. Although he hod been informed that our counselors are always super helpful, nevertheless he was somewhat unprepared for the reception he received. Hardly had he stuck his inquisitive snout into the office than he was swept off his feet and into o choir. Within fifteen minutes he was briefed on every angle of life at C.H.S. given a four-year program - lmojor in dvanced basket-weaving, minor in underwater glass­ blowing) and o firm warning about Home Reports. So kindly and gently did the counselors do this that he never did hove the heart to change the subject to our missing theme

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Every good detective knows 1h01 11 is the best informed people who con usually offer !he best elves. So our small Sherlock's next slop was the Hospitality Room, home of famished faculty members. True to form, these wise ond pollen! pedagogues could help him with mast things the overage student forgets, such as dotes of non. scheduled tests, requirements far projects, what order the periods fallow on special assembly days, etc

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they were unable to help him with his problem. MRS. BERNICE ANDERSON English

MR. LEO BAUGUS Spanish

MRS. MARY BLANCHARD Librarian

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CHESTER BERGER Industrial Arts

JAMES BOOKHOUT Science

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MR. WILLIAM BOOTH Molhemol!CS /\ L. .

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GEORGE DENES Orcheslro

MISS CATHERINE FLANNELLY Administration, Counseling Physical Education


MR. MAXWELL GATES English, Latin �

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MR JASON HARBERT

Counseling, Social Studies

' MRS. DOROTHY KIEFER

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Physical Educa1ian

Germon, Social Studies

MISS GERALDINE LININGER

MR. HAROLD LYNN

Business Education

Physical Education

MR. ROBERT McGILL


MRS. RUTH McKINLEY English

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MARJORIE NOBLE English

MR. DONALD NAMES Business Education

MR. ROBERT OYLER Guidance, Social Studies, Mathematics

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MR. NICHOLAS POLOS Social Studies

MRS. EMILY RONFELDT French


JAN VAN STRA TEN Social Studies

MRS. BERNICE YOUNG Homemaking

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Mu Henrocu,. M,. Rugg. I!. JollymO<.lt, Mo. K■II

OFFICE

Mrt Mon,n. Mrs. Howord. M<1 Ro,l\e. Mr1 Ade,,,, Mrs Cron­ lo,d, Mu P,quo,d

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Row I, B. folle,, J. Clark, F. Delo1mi1. G. Bottmo, F. Benson Row 11, A Morgo n.en, H. Alk,re, J. o..nn, C. Elli1on. M. W1Ui1, C. Der,, F. Genmo n

Row I, Mrs B. Polo1, Mr$. E. Wud, Mrl C. Lo11on, Mr. C. Lorson, Mrs W Hopp,e<, M11 E. Condelo,

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Under the fine job of cooching by Mr. Cohn and Mr Lynn, and a great display of leadership from co-cap­ tains John Allen ond Hector Gonzoles, our teom hod the best season in the school"s history. The most impressive thing about the squod wos their work together ond ··will to win"'! They reaped long hoped-for rewords by com­ piling on undefeoted record in practice ond league ploy ond marched successfully through oll ploy-offs. The Cli­ max of the season wos, of course, the winning of the C.I.F. Championship.

. 27-12

Hort

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Cantwell

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Tustin

20- 6

Corona

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Bonito Chino

20- 6

Citrus .

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Puente

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All league

34-20

Escondido

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Coochello

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Brea-Olinda

Mr. Lynn IM Cohn

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JOHN ALLEN Guard

BRUCE ANDERSON Guard

RON BAKER Tackle

TOM BALLOGG Guard

BEN BENSON Halfback

JOHN BIRNIE Center

Tackle

BRIAN BUTZIN Tackle

JOHN CANDELAS Halfback


BILL COLBY Fullback

HECTOR GONZALEZ

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KARL HERTZ Tackle

MARVIN ENGELBRETTSON End

MIKE GONZALEZ Tackle

TOM HITCH Halfback

DARRELL FULLERTON Guard

HARRY HARRISON Tock.le

PETE JOHNSTON Tackle

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LYNN KAUFMAN Guard

BILL LATTIN Quarterback

TOM MACKLIN Center

BILL McCARLEY Center

STAN NELSON Eod

ALLEN NORTON

CARLOS OROZCO Eod

JONNY PEEK

TERRY PLUMMER

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DON PRICE Halfback

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RAY SEVILLA Ouorterbock

JOHN SHELTON Halfbock

DENNIS SKELTON Guard

DON SMITH Tackle

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DICK SMITH Tackle

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BILL SNELSON Holfbock

DICK VICKSTROM End

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Row 1 B Bol,nge,, M. fap,no,,o, I! Gomez, J. Bollogg, G. Go,don, J_ lee. M H,11, B Mon1orrez. C Butle, D S,m1,.on. D Ander'°". C Alba, l. Mon1a,rez, T. Morae, A. Bui,ai, f. Com,,QO. L . He,nander, B Doh.an. Row 2, D. He,.t>, R M,m,nez. M Scholer, B. Montgomery S. Fowler, C. Batchellor, I( Dobson, E So;-dttrs. D. K,e,Jhom, 8. Wilco•. C. Tovlor. J. Ktllv. 8 Ern11. S Wheoron. C. Aleiander. G. 1(111111 D. Skel•on. N Rodewald. B. Ben1lv. F. Hung,erlord. M. Mockl,n, D Runn,ng. 6

Mal.no. J

F,anltel, T Qm,,_ D. Ada,r. I! Jobe, R Lockner, J. 8ong1 J. S,nge,. J. Munrel. F

An inspiro11on 10 1he boys yet to come to Cloremont High wos th,s yeor's 5moll but mighty .. B" squad. Although these boys didn't hove o championship seo5on, under coaches Smith, McCorson, and Wot�rmon, their spirit never ebbed, and they mode o determined showing

Margan. G Horhwoy. D. Gole, G. Cornell. T

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This year's cagers did o fine job, holding down third place in the league, with special honors for three play­ ers. Stan Nelson ond Curt Rappe were named to the all Tri-County team, and Captain "Skip" Copenhaver re­ ceived honorable mention. A great measure of success wos due lo Cooch Hor­ bert, who began working with the boys lost summer. Nine varsity men will return next year, and the coach expects them, with the aid of four prominent "B"' pro­ spects, to supply us with a championship season.

oger thi•yeo,. Tokes two 10 tongo, Copt. Copenhove, ond Cooch Horbert.


RON BAKER Center

ART COPENHAVER Forward

RICHARD THORNTON Guard

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OiA.RlES BUNKER Center

STEVE CAWSEY Guard

Claremont .

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Claremont

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Azusa

Claremont

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Bonito

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Claremont

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Claremont

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HANK HAPP Forword

TOM HITCH Guo,d

STAN NELSON Forword

soa PRICE Guord

CURT RAPPi: C1tn11r

DON PRICE Cenrer

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Showing spirit and determ,nation the B

team, captained by L Manjarrez

and coached by Mr Horbert, displayed f,ne quol1t1es of sportsmcinsh1p which will set on example for years to come.

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Row L 8 Ben.an, J

Kelly, P. Moffett. C. Mye,,. R. �v,lla, l. �1ondley, G. Webt11r. Row 11, J. Shelton, A. Su1,o1. L. Mon10.,ez, R Wh;,e

C. Orozco. T. Mor,e. M,. Harben


Peâ&#x20AC;˘e Thorne i1 abour to 1h00!1

The "C' and "D" basketball telilm displayed sportsmanship and the kind of spirit that for ovt weighed their lock of win ning games,

C00ch8<>ugu1lookshoppy.

1,1 row. B. Arthur. B. Lattin, F. Hardy, D. Herring. D. K,e,elhorst, S

2nd ,ow, P. Tho,ne. B Douglos. f. Hungerford, B. Goin. B

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Fowleâ&#x20AC;˘. E. S.Onde,._ B. Montgomery, B. W,!co,. l. Scoff. V Gordon Scott

C. Botchellor. J. W.n,h,re

D Wood,um

D Elison, R Angle.

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Cop!.JohnCondelci ondCoochlynn

Monoge,1 Hi�ch ond Al..onde,

CHS boosted the largest track and field team in its history this yeor. Captained by senior sprinter John Candelas and coached by Mr. Lynn, the teams continued to grow in numbers and in spirit. The growth was the result of increased emphasis on track through physical education, intro-mural meets, films, assemblies, improved facilities, improved publicity ond the larg­ est schedule ever planned. A number of school records were broken ond the list of 1rock and field stars continued to grow. Many of these were seniors who will be sorely missed by Cooch Lynn and the team next year 37


Sieve Bu�ro,, Hurdle1

Bill Colby ••O. Hurdles, Reloy,

Hor,y HorriKH'I, Heeter Gcnrole, Sprin!t, 880

8111Lonin Hig,h Jump. Brood Jump. Hurdle1

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Pele Jchntlcn, Dick Sm,th Shorpur


Lynn Kovfman Sh.olpv!

Oon Smith Shorpu1

Bert Sworti, Chorle1 Bunker Shotpul, ""0

Steve Thorne Mile

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h! row, G. Kriezel, 0. Potion, J Peek, 0. Ande,ton, A. !h,stos, 0. He11h, Mr. Lynn. 2nd row, L. Loomis, 11. Sevil!o, M. Mocklin, J. Shelton, 6. Benson. C. Ale•onder.

The .. B" "Cinder-Stompers" showed up as expected this yeor, breaking records, and put­

ting on o remarkable demonstration of "Get•up­ and-go!!"' They were on unusually well - balanced group, ond show great promise for next year.

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R. Mortinet, B. Bo!inge,, L. Orozco.

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D. Running, M. Lindholm, D. Woodrum, J. Pu!liom, R. Gomez, B. Arlhur, B. Dobson, B. Boltnger, T. Wren, R. Werle.

Bouer, R. Angle, 0. Spring, J. Singer, L. Orozco, R. M0r1inez, B. Mo!tna, B. Pielers, 0. Hersh �orst, S. Shacklett, E . Sanders, B. Jacobi, C. Atexonder, M,. Lynn.

Row 2, 8.

Row 3, G. Redmond, B. Wdco�, o. Kiesel•

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BJ.\SEBJ.\ll As C.H. S. grows,

so grow its sports.

Coach Cohn notes o record number of boys out for baseball this year. The final squad seemed composed of o great many under­ classmen, whose lock of hitting power was mode up for by fine defensive ploy and pitching. The season storied well and prom­ ised to be a fine one.

N. 11odewald, R. Mo,gon

A double ploy ikillfu11y e•ecured

D. Vickmom, �. Cohn

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Tom Holch 2nd Bose

Colven Kees Pitcher

Tom Morie h1 Bose

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· J� 'I� BJ.\SEBJ.\LL With on obundonce of wilt.fo-win plus ability the

J.V.'s upheld their high standard of sportsmanship which will always be a credit to C.H.S. Besides, they ployed well.

lit row, J. Kelly, B frnsT, 0. Hemng, M. Engelbreaon, J. Gon,ole1, l Hernande,, J. M,muel, Mr. Smuh Schafer, 0. Dougla1, 0. Gale, P Mallen, G. Carne!, 8. Rugh, II Sev ill,;,, G. Gordon, T. Moc�lin

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1st row, M,. Polos, l. Scoff. 6. Wilto•, 6. Lothn. 6. Evon•. 0. Gormus Fowle,, A. Scriven, 6 l!ockloff. 6. Lomn. 0. Tho,n•on. J. Lyon. N Sook.

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This yeor the Varsity Tennis Team under Cooch Polos showed remarkable 1mprovemen1 rhroughout the season. The five returning lenermen, supporred by severo ! prospects among the underclassmen, compiled on excellent w and-lost o record. The amount of mterest f . displayed by rhe team m ers ,s o demonstrot1on of the develop­ ment of 1enn 1s mJi .

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1st doubles, S. Fowler. 0. Tho,n1on. orid 111 11nglfl, N Sook


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What would - do w,tt>ou1 Mr1. Keifer, Miu Flonnelly? Evie p,esode1 over cop!oin1 McCon,,.., Bolin9er, Bumi, Mone. Pen,oH, Hayn, Fronk, Pe,kin1, Douoherty, McCorn:I..,, Mo,gon

Evelyn Contreras, the small but so energetic president of the Girls' Athletic Association, has inspired many girls to par­ ticipate in the after . school sports sponsored by this group. Their aims, to instill sportsman­ ship and build c h o r o c t er through teamwork, ore carried out to the sound of girls having fun . . Miss Flonnelly and the cabinet planned and held sev­ eral ploydoys and the ever pop­ ular G.A.A. banquet, honoring members, at years end.


As you-know-who entered the big gym he was almost trampled by o stampede of running, screaming girls in hot pursuit of one poor, innocent basketball. ln shooting t?) they committed multiple fouls and seemed to hove no sense of direction-but they were certainly having fun! Terry Gonzolei, Coptoin

G.A.A.

ln row J Hi,am, S McCondlen, J. McConne, E Zouo , P. S.n1,9r, S. Honaker, S. Harmon, N. Oomingo1, J Floro. 2nd row· J_ F•onk, C. Hayes, R. Hernonde2, J. 6ohnge,, C. Perkins, D. lr,ine, l. Mol5•, S. Benok, S . Morgon, J . Hom1, l . F,nley, M Ornelo1, l . Noldo,, S Jo,eph, P . 8urn1, I ( Maloney. 3 r d row, G. Rodewald, G. G,llerr•. J. S,nger, M Lloy d, S. Swam, 8. Cohrin, 8 , Srn,men, 0. Jocob1, P Goch P Penro1e, P. Ooughteny, J. Clark, J. Roney. ,t1h row, 8. Ferron, S. Hommer, D. AnderJOn, 8. Sener, l Kopecky, Joyce Tyson, J. 8,adf,eld. J Brage, IC Ho,nley, J. Chrm,e


SPEEDBJ.\LL

G. Rodewald. J_ Ho,,.,. J. Bol nger. S. Benoďż˝ P. Doughet!y. C Perk,n1, G. Gdlerte P.Burn1.S.Jo1eph,J.F,onk

Bruised shins, hot tempers, ond Gayle Holl flot on her back ore some of the chorocteristics of one of the most popular

Cop10,n Genrvde Rodewold--11<11 ,n

girls' sports ot C.H.S. Speedboll, a difficult and exciting game, always draws the most participants of any other G.A.A. sport. Alas, the poor seniors; the junior class team won the intramural competition!

Obs,rve !he chomp,on1hlp form demon11,01ed ,n 1h11 un,eheorsed, unplanned 1hotl


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hr row, l. fin!ey, l. Lowe, l. l(opeclcy. S. Swans, P Goch, D. Irvine. 8. Strul!on. 2nd row J. Tyson, G. Rodewold, J. Bol,nger, l. Butcher, S. Morgon, R. Hernandez. 3rd row, J. Brage, S.Honoker,J.Ronisy,S.Hcmison,J.Brodf,eld.,

If he wondered why normally quiet and ladylike high school girls would willfully hit each other with sticks, o very tired small wolf gave no sign as he

limped in from the hockey field. He just gibbered something about no due and staggered off to the locker room.

Manager Pat Daugherty

S1ru11on, L Kopecky, 8. Coltrin. 2nd row, C. A,m,, J. Pe<k, J. 8,age, L. Butcher, J. Bolinger, J. Roney, G. Rodew,;,ld, l. Finley, J. Clark, G. Gille!Te, S. Benak, J. H,;m11, S. Morgon, C. Smith


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111 ,ow, L. Butcher, I( Holnley. M, Chittenden, C. Pe,k,no, P. S,nge,, J. Clark. 2nd ,ow, Miu Flannelly, J. Broge, S. McCandlen, S. Ho,r,10n, S. Hoonke,, J. Fronk. P. Pen,o,e.

Still seeking the lost theme, our friend ventured into the gym where birdies were being whonged across nets. The tennis courts were worse. Consoled by the girls· winning form he left, themeless.

hi ,ow: P. Burn,. 8, Cohrin, E. Zos10, P. Gar,, J. Heam, J. Hor,i1. 2nd ,ow, P. Gach, 8 Col1rin, l, Kopedy, J. PKk, K, Moloney, C. 5milh. 3,d row, 8. Sr,unon, S Swarts, J �oney, J. Ty,an, B Serze<, J Bradfield.

� hl<ow,S. Honoke,,P. S11>ger. 2nd row, P. Penrow, J. F,onk 3•d row J Oork, S. McCondlen, C. Perkin,

111 row A. F,edendoll, B Coltrin. row E. Zo,so

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I would like to thonk the student body as a whole al this time for the fine leadership qualities it hos shown to all other schools in the area. The cooperation between the foculty and students hos been most outstanding and very gratifying to everyone concerned. You, the students ore entitled to toke the bows for making this a most successful year for Claremont High School. Never forget that this school hos the potential to lead

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BARBARA NORTON Secretory

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MICHELE GLENN Advertising Manager


STUDENT COUNCIL, Ill row 8 �nrley, T H,teh, 8 Colby, 0. F,a,e,, M O,Ono. R. Fran«..:o. B Narior,, ? S,nger. M Glenn, J_ Pee�. R, Baker, D. Shonnan, D. Thonon. 2nd ,ow, J. Phillipi, C. Richordson, S. Hono�er, L. Shull, S. Morg,;,n, E. Zono, C. Srocku, P. Emrlck. A. McCl,;,y, T. H,;,mmond, J. MunTzel, R, Streich, D. Ad,;,ir, C. 8u1ler , 8 Feffin, T Alcorn, J Kelly, W Dike, J. Allen, Mr. Clemmer

ROBIN CHEN Elhpl,iluEditc,,

ANNE FREOENOAU Wolfpocker Ediror

DON F�ER SalH M,;,noger

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One night in October, lo !he whisper of swaying palms, ond ogoinsl a Hawaiian background, !he El Espiritu detective ob­ served many couples making merry ol !he Key Club"s Annual Howoiion Dance. Suddenly !he tranquility was broken os the boys begon o mod dash for the Sycamore Auditorium kitchen. Refreshments! People ore always hungry!

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The nigh, was dark ond eerie as CHS's Sergeant Friday groped his way to Syc.omore Auditorium. As he entered the door, the gently gliding shadows within resolved themselves into Claremont's own funlovers No hair-raising Halloween for the kids this year! This was much more f�r:t·

Couteonlywolve101 rh,.pat!yl


Gf\t'IE Df\�ICES On certain Friday nights during January and

February, our tiny wolf broke the prehistoric rule

and combined business with pleasure.

He would

pull on his Bermuda socks and bucks and cruise off

in his fiery Ferrari. Arriving at the CHS basketball

games, he'd begin his sleuthing among the rooters.

After the game, off with the bucks and on with the fun.

Dancing being a favorite pastime of his, he,

with everyone else, always had a fabulous time.

Look, no hands!!

Go-Cur1, Goll


,.ff\l-COUf'rrY DJ.\f'ICE

There is something obour woter 1h01 iust seems to sugge>I ,w,mming, ony intention,,

Certainly that little creature among the tall, graceful Tri-County princesses couldn't possibly be o member of Queen Penny Sing­ er's court. No, on closer observation he proved to be Claremont's wee investigator nosing about for more dues. All he hod found inside the Pomona Student Union Building that night was excitement and fun Outside was worse! Nothing but a flower­ strewn pool and an eclipsing moon!

PennyS,nger ondher uSU'Cllly

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SOPI-IOt1IOf\E DJ.\i'ICE

Ok, George, which woll I! be?

If you think about it, "Green Door" is fairly Springâ&#x20AC;˘y sounding, and it turned out it was. There were alt sorts of signs of spring at Sycamore on Morch 16, and among them were pretty girls in new dresses . . always very decorative. But lhe highlight of the high evening was the music by Tilton Smith and his combo. Stag or drag !hose that went were glad they did.


SOCK 1-lOP Sadie Howkins Doy ot lost! For this dance, spon­ sored by the Girls league, the girls hod the privi­ lege of corroling their favorite Romeos. They drag­ ged the unsuspt!cting moles to the big gym, which

was adorned with socks and gay decorations. With­ in fifteen minutes the boys odmilled defeat and be­ gan to enjoy themselves.

And 1hey oll got up theor couroge, and

Rou.,dondroundand,oul\Clondround

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., � BJ.\LL r �.-tJ I"}.-, l � f •�il r,� ()

Her Royol H,ghnen, Oueen Suo,e Ho"oker ond he, princenn L. lfopec�y S Jor,u, J_ Shull, R Sire,ch, J_ S,r,.ger

fi.ey,ll:ed.•ove$0Mtfor1hene.ipanyl

Honaker was Chrislmos Queen, and our junior bloodhound was working very

hard looking for o clue. By no1hing was available, but stayed, Polko-ing, singing enjoying watching so many such fun.

And ihor "ee wo• .ob,g

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8,30 he sow somehow he carols, and people hove


· The wavering lights surely made everything look underwater, but neither 1he Blue-Tones nor the crowd

dancing ta !heir music. The Girls· league hod another success on their hands. The usual number of lost ar­ ticles was held up for claiming just before King Neptune, Honk Hoop and his court were crowned. Another mys· tery for o detective, Where did those levis come frc.,'T'I?

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Pf\E â&#x20AC;˘ MED CLUB

ls! ,ow, S. Morgon, 0. Wren, K. Elder, S. M01her, N. Wilson, C, Ha ke1, N. Field, M. Ornelcn, R. He,nondez. 2nd row, P. Penrose, M Ch,nenden. M. Ornelo,. C. Arms, J. Staub. J. Harris, P. Em,ick, B _ Collfin, L. Johns!cn, G. McBee. 3rd row, D. Irvine, L Buicher, R. Jollymour, J. Robinson, B. Begley, B. S! rurton, 8. Colr rin, B. Palmer, V. Jockmon, T. Pringle, K. Mo rgo n. C. Scherer, F. Hungerfo rd <Ith J Fronk, S. Blomquisr, S Seen. T Bone!!, N. Grey, H, Grev. J_ Hardy, 0. Smith, D. Smi!h

The Pre-Med Club, formed this year t o provide motivation ond information for students interested in medicine, holds monthly meetings in various appropriate places. Their programs are given by qualified persons who explain their phases of medicine. They hope to explain all, eventually.

CALIFORNIA SCHOLAf\SHIP FEDEF\ATION

ht row: S. Jol-t'ph, El. Elogley, M. DiOrio, G. Poro diM", J. Elli1on, 8 Bertelson, S. Horrison, 8. Elotchellor, 8. Booth, J. Po rh, R. Streich. 2nd row: T. Reimo, J. Robinson, P. Goch, D. Kirk,ey, L. Finley, D. Jo cobs, M. O,nelos, 0. I rvine, M. Ornelos, N. Groy, T. Pomeroy, A. Willcox, J. Clo rk. 3rd row: R. Chen, J. Fronk, C. Perkin,, J. Bolinger, G. Gillene, 8. Norton, P. Penrose. R. Froncisco, M. Smith, 8 Co hrin. S. Honoker, M. Glenn. 4th row: l. Noido,, J, Bongs, V. Jad:mon, S. Yovng, J. Lyon, 0. Reimuller, N. Book, J. Roins, Mrt. 8lonchord. 5th row: D. Sond, 8. Wilcox, R. Jac o bs, E. Sonders, D. Thornton, 8. Lonin, A, Vondubih, J. Tibbals. 6th ,ow, L. Vo n Do ls.en, L. Po ,o di,e, S. fowler, O. Griggs, S. Thorne, 8. Price, 8. Colby, C. Rappe, D. Frooe r. 6th row: N. Scherer, J. Peek.

Our dumbfounded detective became enlightened after witnessing a C.S.F. meeting led by John Lyon, Jonny Peek, and Nancy Gray with help from Mrs. Blanchard. The alert.looking students with high grades, members of the California Scholarship Federation, were privileged ta plan o field trip.


JUNIOf\ i\ED Ci\OSS

ht row, B. Wo,r, G. Ovnn,no;i, M,u Lininger, J. D• G,oc,e, T. Spring, S Ho"°ker

2nd row S. Swon1, J. R'o,ns. B Suunc,,,

CHOi\US Upon entering the Chorus room, the "El Espiritu Eye" discovered Mr. Cox enthusiastically coa)(ing be­ witching harmonies from 60 students. With their tuneful melodies, these singers enhanced the Talent Show The audience was thrilled once more when the carolers "donned theirC Qoy apparel" to render well-known holiday tunes in the Christmas Pageant. hr row C. Crowford, S. B•n,om,n, S. Ben1om,n, V Wo!l1, 8. Hc,.,,1, IC. Ho,nl•y. D Wr=. ti Nel,on. P R,rdHe. S. Elldr,dge, B Spann M Stern, 8. o·connor, C. Guerro 2nd row, S. Slaughter, l. 8'-'Ck, R. T,mmorn J. Rohmon, C. Hehy, J. Tvwn. M. Colby, B. Moo1, M Fl,nt, S. Penter, J. Curr,1. 3rd row, N. Eudy. 0. Se,ion. E. Zono. S. Murutel. S Coppelleu,. D. Rohman. C. /l,1ch,e. L. Sn,der. A Spann P. Singer. J. Heon!, 11 w....1te1, I! S1reid,, P. Garr, G. Holl, M. Witl,onu, •ih ,ow, J Pu1mon. 0. Price. M H,11. 0. V,c11,om


ASSEMBL '( COMMITTEE

"More and better assem­ blies!" Penny Singer said, and we got them. Could it be that El Espiritu·s own Dick Tracy was distracted from his job by oil those great shows? We ore afraid so. The "Royal Lancers" thrilled him almost as much as they did us, and h,e, too, was moved by the Rev. Bob Rich­ ards' inspiring talk. In fact, he spent some very valuable time in the auditorium. We were paying him!

STAGE Cf\EW

Red lights! Blue lights! Down come the curtain on our poor linle wolf as he stood dejectedly on the CH.S stage during a practice run for the Talent Show. An

owe - inspiring shuffle en­ sued as Mr. Booth, able sponsor, directed the mo1,11ng

of furniture and sets . The Stage Crew was func1ionmg with its usual precision

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f\ALLY CLUB Ah, where would we be with­ out the Rally Club? Weeks be­ fore games the halls would be barren of those "Slaughter the Slobs" signs that ore such o necessary port of our lives. And ot the gomeS', no cheerleaders, no songleoders! What would the boys on the field hove to think about? The littlest wolf de­ cided, and we agree, we'll keep the Rally Club, 'till next year, anyway.

ht row, J. Raney, J Si"';J••· T R&imo, J. $hull 8.Sooth

2nd tow: A. Soonn. J_ Bolinger, L Shull,

PEP CLUB

Our detective hod heard about the ninth grode drama club. He immediately hurried to one of their rehearsals hoping that they

would octout the missing theme. After staying through an excit­ ing rehearsal of "Scream in the Night," he knew that if they did know about the theme they were too good actors to show it.

llow 1, L. Pierce, S. Homme,, C. Hoke1 E. Towne, J. Pie,ce, L Oon,el J. Kelly, 0. Adoi,. I. Hymon1on, 8. Smmen, M. Motun

Row 2: T. Alcorn,

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Row 1, J. Deko, A. Copenhove,, Kaufman. T. Bollogg, R. Boker H,tch, T, Plumme,, N. Book, B. 0. Skelton. C. Alba , S. Holmes,

S. Nelson. t-:'-�onzol ez. C. Kees, J. Bitney, M. Gonzolez. D. Smith, B. Colby. P. John11on. D. Smi!h, L Row II, T. Gory. H. Gray. J. Lvnn D Thornlon, K. Morgon. C. Bunke,. K. He,tz. B. Price. C. Rappe, T. M nnick. 0. fullerion, B. Butz,n. Row Ill, 0. Vichtrom, B. Ander$on, D. Reimulle,, B. Benson, J. Shelton, B. Evon,, S. l"'·"'"· l. Manjarrez, 1 Mocklin, J Pulliam J. Peek, J Condelos, R. Sevilla

ac �c

;<.EY CLUB

A loud clang on the bell rung by Pres. Bill McCorley and sponsor Lynn, found our bewil­ dered friend among the hustle and bustle of an officio! Key Club meeting, complete with sar­ geant-at-arms. He was extremely impressed with the list of planned activities. A sampling, cleaning the basketball floor, protecting the parking lot, their famous Hawaiian Dance.

Row I, B. AnderlDn, H, Gon,ole., J. Birney. N Scherer, J. Rains, R. Fronci1co, B. Colby, M. Martine, Row II, B. McCorley, D. S;mplOn, J Shelton, J. P eek, J. Pulliam, 0. Reimuller, N. Sook, J. Lyon. Row 111, G. W ebster, B. Schwartz, R. White, B. P,ice. D. Thornton, T. Plummer, F. Terry, H. Gray, B. Bentley

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SCIENCE CLUB

The Science Club, under the leadership of Norm Book, hos hod o solisfying year. College professors hove spoken at night meetings (overage 01tendance, 25).

111 row, S. Ho.rlson, 8. Coh,ln, J. Clark, C. Perkins, N. Book, J. Lyon, 8. tanln, l. Johnston, J. Fronk, M. Penro••· J. Roin1. 2nd row, G. Dunning, L . Von DDloen, H . Gray, N . Sche,er, 8 . Evan1, 8 . Ande,son. D . Gormus, M . Ford, 0. Reimulle r, It Tho,nton. 3rd row, 8. Boni<amp, R. FronciKO, J. DeG,ocie, A. Spot, It O,rysli9, A. Vanderbilt, 0. Prlc•, J. Ho rdy, 0. Fraser, M r. Bookhou!,

Mr. Bookhout's ··ecneics" ore also in charge

of the annual science fair.

ht row, 8. 8onlcamp, T. Plummer, L. flnley, J. Clark, S. Harrison, 8. Coh,in, G. Porod,11, Mr Bookhovr, R, Chryllie. :21'Kf row, J. Lyon, H. Groy, J. Roin1, t. Von Dolsen, N, Scherer, 0. Reinwller, N. Boolt, A. Vonderblll, 8. Alld.1wn, 0. Garmu1.

Post experience hos shown !hot many contestants for scholarships determined by special science tests hove been tutored in special classes. To give C.H.S. stu­ dents this extra training, the Competitive Science Club hos been established. Assign­ ments in the mathematics of science ond subjects not covered in regular classes ore given, so tho! the club members will be better pre­ pared to toke such scholar­ ship tests os the American Chemical Society Test, ond the California Association of Physics teachers test.

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FUTUf\E TEACHEf\s·• GLUB

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Row I: L. K�ky, 8. Setur. M. Eley, 8. SertellOfl, C. 5toc:ker, C. Hakei, l. Pi•m1, T. Alcorn, J. P,erc&, C. 8,omoge, S. Scon, T. Pomuoy, J. Porh, S. Mathe<, M. Colby, L Daniel, 8 Horu1, C. Eide,. Row 11, S. Jo.eph, S. 6enok, 8. fe<tin, G. G,llene, 0. Jacobs, I( Wo1h, C - 10 :he<, J. Elli10n, N. P,,,ce, R. Joltymour, S. Jordon, M. Glenn, S. Jone1, J. Peck, M. Ch,nenden, l. Lowe, P. G,umbe,n, M. Motion, 8 Moo•. Row 111, C. Hoyin, L. Noidor, Mr. Taylor, 0. Adoir, H. Lenning, S. Your,g, D. G11gg,, B. Sen!ley, C. Albo, 8. Booth, N. Groy, 8. 6a tchellor,S. ftgnk, T, 8oHell,M. Morggn,'f.Ebell

One day "small and bushy toil", low over his magnifying gloss, was following some suspicious look­ ing footprints. He was so engrossed, he didn't notice he hod passed into the auditorium. Suddenly he found the end of his footprints! He looked up slowly, and there stood Mr. Oyler, the sponsor of the Future Teach­ ers· Club. W,th on embarrassed laugh and o mumbled ··e1Ccuse me"', he turned to leave. As he tripped ove( the large stock of books neor the door, h e overheard 1he membership discussing some future plans such os vocotionol tests, work e1Cperience, field trips, and other interesting bits. The lost he heard os he reoched the door wos the beginning of discussion on a new constitution.

JOTTEf\S Through a flutter of papers, pens, and books, our sleuth stole into a meet­ ing of Jotters. He soon perceived by the hieroglyphics oll over the walls, ceiling, and note pods that this was o short­ hand group with the energetic Mr. Names rapidly tattling off dictation. Unable to read shorthand, c,ur wolf gove up quiet­ ly and departed.

Row l, P Doughl!rly, S. Munmtl, M S..pu!v�a, P. Dunn, N F,eld, S. Briney. 11ow II- J. Flo,o, D. DiggJ, S. McCondlen, K. Moloney, P BurnJ, M,. Narnu

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'IVOLFP J-\CKE�r

A Fredendoll

What's all the shouting for? Little El Espiritu detective found out when he grabbed o copy of the Wolfpocket, produced by Editor Fredendolf and her industrious crew. He scanned the "Popular Music" column, "Wolf Whistles," "Pen of Glenn," "Senior Spotlight;· and other gems in print. He was, but could find no due as to the whereabouts of his quarry

111 ,ow, S. Jones, J. Horrj1, M Glenn, S. Honoku, A. Fredendoll, S. McCundleu, S. Ho,ri,on. 2nd row: P. Burn,, S. Joseph, S. Benck, 8. Cohr,n, E. Zouo, C. R,ichie, S. Loflo. 3rd ,ow, l. No,dor, K. Mo loney, C. Perkin,, T, Gonzolez, J, Heorit, P. Gorr, J. Ellioon, G. Holl. 4th ,ow J. Sroub, T. Pomeroy, S. Jones, P. Gach, It Jollymore, O. S.xton, M. Colby, 8, Coh"n

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ESPlf\rru

Your ed110,1 ot work, l. to R S. Joseph. Ar!; M,u Mou. Adv,s.e r: 0. l rv,ne. P�otoqraphy; C. 8u,,ler, Spons, J_ Ty10,,, Sole,. F Ter,y, Au r. Art, R Chen ,

fd.-,n-Ch,ef. S. McCondlen. Advem1,n11: A. W,kox, A" t Copy; N Domingo1 Copy

''Robin, l can't find the copy folder anywhere!" said Nannette, as she pulled herself out of the Annual cupboard. "Wait," she e)(doimed, ··Here it is, under this bundle of soft gray stuff." As she reached in to extract the folder, she heard what sounded something like a snore. After o stun­ ned second, she whipped the by-now-fully-awoke wolf (who else?) out of the cupboord by the scruff of the neck. He was accused bitterly of sleeping on the job. His defense turned out to be that, suspecting on inside job, he was in­ vestigating every possibility. He got off with o light scold­ ing when he finished flattering the staff on the magnificent job they were doing.

8u1 -·n niJ\11!< mu, 1h01 de odl1ne unlenmoy!H. um .

lsr ,ow S McCondleu. C. Bunke,. T Hammond. 11 Jollymou,. R Chen, D. Heber !. T. Om,i. S. Jo1eph J. Sohnger M. Om,ela,, M. Glenn J. Tyson. 2 nd row, M. O,ne101, D. Jocobt, D. Irvine. N. Domingo,, Miu Mon, R. He,nondei, T. Spring


Glf\LS� LEf\GUE

"2nd row C. �itchie, E. Con""'"'· P. Gorr, N G,oy, M. Colby, C. Perkin1, M. Hoger, 8 Coltrin, J. H!l<lrS!

It took commando tactics, but our four.legged flat­

foot managed to insert himself under o "No Boys Al­ lowed" sign, over o ro!I of barbed wire and through a transom into a Girls' League meeting. Three minutes later, he staggered out, understanding at lost the plan­ ning that went into the Sock Hop, Formal, the Thanksgiving Assembly, the Big-Sister Picnic and that famous Fashion Show.

Pre,. Rosie Streich ond Adviwr Miss Flonnelly pion one of the many Girl,' league octiviTie,.

One of the Girls' League comminee1 demonstrates rheir P<Jlnting ability

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0O�,s�

The Boys' Forum this post year sponsored o number of success­ ful activities, among which was the magnificent Christmas Formal. Programs presented during the year included o sports film and o panel discussion by representatives of the Armed Services. Work was also begun on o com.titution and by-lows. Pres

Richard Thornton and Advi1,0,�. C1em-

� _mer war� do1ely toge!he, 01 o team The Chri1!mos Ball Commhtee con1is11ng of M. Mor1inu, N, Scherer, J Rouch, D. Reimulle• shown mokir>g de(:0,01,0,u

Ro;n1, J. Pulham, 0. Thornton

K. Von


TheSrolenPrinceondhi,courl .

. theoui1M,.Go!es·

"'Drama in Three Moods," a program of three one-act plays, was viewed by our diminu­ tive spy one clear spring night. The hair on his head rose considerably when the ninth-graders presented "A Scream in the Night." But the worried wolf forgot his troubles when "The Stol­ en Prince·· came on the scene. The delightful evening was terminated by the quizzical ending of "My Late Espoused Saint.'"

HeySondy.yo1icko,umpin"?

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Oh.come now. Hewo•n·11ho1bodl


5r, N,ck ho1 orriv&d

As the house lights dimmed the oud1ence become quiet, ond Mr. Von Stroren gove lost minute instruc­

tions to his players. The curtain went up ond a minute, gray animal on o sand-bog backstage dreamed of a trip to Holland as wonderful as the scene before him. The audience watched in wonder o t the ..goings-on·· of a Dutch family 01 Christmas ... It all looked os wonderful and silly os Christmas at home. A short time elapsed and the chorus was on stage and­ whofs that squeaky baritone in the bock? But the audience didn't know there was a real . wolf in the singing . Wolfpock" and enjoyed the performance thoroughly.

The n,nrh {!rode dromo dub prennrs ·chri11moi in Holland

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hove Cynthia Perkin,, growing like o

Dick Chry111e gel1 firJI Phytia priie fa< hi• magnificent ,unburnl

"Of •hoe, and 1hlps and 1ealin,g wax, and cabbage, and king• king, but n,o one found out if pig, hove wings!

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" there was one of prodically everything but the


CI-IEf\f\Y PIE CONTEST

You loo,\; 1,0 proud, MrJ, Yo..,ng; olmoll 01 proud o• Penny Si 119e,, in rhe middle, who coolted !he winning p,e, ond Goyle Holl, Sue McCondleu c,nd Shlrl•y lo,.o, who «>me mighly dose. The inser. Co,..,ful, don'! wo11e o drop, tho!'• Old Singerl

DAUBEf\S

Service and fun is the motto of these kids. They decorated for the All-Sports Banquet on d handled the spring art exhibit. Very arty withal.

Row 1, L Kingman, 8 Seh,er. G. Mc&N, M. Mori,ne:. f F,sk, Miu MoH. Row 2, S . Mothe,1, S Pen!er. 8. Spc,nn, 8. Ar1hvr, l. Thomc,1. D Jacobi, J. Pe><:k, R Jollyrnout. Row 3- R. Mcm,,�e.. J_ Hynd. M. Gon za!n, E Sande,., D. F,uger.:,ld, R Jacob,, D Me,,,ng, D. Runrung. � Huene, B. Clu11er. S Scan, N. Oom,ngo1

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ht row: j

Chikor, M. Mot�en, 8. Cohrin, S Shonnon, S. Slovgh1er,

8. Sponn, L. lowe, l. Condelo,, S

o o T .\' R m ol · de Fronk. ond T, Alcorn. urT, M � � :; l��:. ;� ;;,o �. � B;� o:/; �;:��i� ; � . r 1 -i

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Mother

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E. Towne, C. Stocker. T Spr,ng. H. f,ench, j_ Ty1on, S. Sullen>, S. Word, E. K,,ner, 6. Seuer, P. Pon,eg,ou

J. Do.,,ng10n, S

Sho ck!en, L Coke, D. Skelton, j, Pe<:quenoT, j_ Brege, N.

2nd row- j_ Fobbu,.

w, E. Torrez. D. Borbe,, 8. Bobnge,,

Conno,, M.

2nd row, S. Hor,is, 3rd ,ow, R

Morgon, j. Peck, K. Morgon.

Gomez, 0. Sonde,s, 0. Running, D. Petroli. B. W,rn, J. WichTrom, 0 Poul, 6. D<>vglo1, R. Ho ,9rove1.

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1" ,ow T A,mendcret, M 5tun. l Buck. R 8,cwn, IC. Wo•h. N Sonfc,d, M Reen!i, 5. M,Ue, J Ch""''" A Reger•. l Dcnlel. 2nd row J. W,lt,hore. 0. Hebe<r. J. MclCenr,e, C. HowH, l. Lccmi•. C. Hou�. R. Jollymcur. I Hommcnd, 5 5won,. T. Omri, J. Kelly. H Hom...... 3rd ,ow· J. 8ru�, 0. Ell,..,,,, P. Mergen, J. Singer, C. Scheru. R. Angle. 8 Ch,ne,. M Schoffu. 8 Gc,n, T. W,en, 8 Allen

h1 Row· J. P,e,ce, L. P,erce, B. S1,unon, T. Sol'en, 8. Mou, P. Grumbe,n, J. S,odl,e1d. J. Goodc:hop, 8. ffln,n. S. Homme,, N. Wil50n. 2nd row, D. 50""11, L. Scoff, 8. 5•mmon•, M. Fin�. 8. M,nnich, R. Seville, I!:. Shehon. J. Kelly, ond R. Angle 3,d row D Ell,,on. B Molend,ez, D. Wood,um, J. W,lahire, J 5inger, 0. Adair, T. Pflngle, C. Xhe,e,, D. Young. D. Allen

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,.rEl'rrt-1 Gf\f\DE Prexy Bill Bently hammered on the table for the eighth time, told the boys to be quiet and the girls to return from the balcony. When the cries of shock finally settled to o low roar, Bill explained that the small cyclone that hod just entered was only a detective checking class af­ fairs. After interviewing the class, finding out about their various projects--donces to curb pointing-he concluded that if they hod the theme it was lost forever!

L. to It, 0. Jacobs, 8. Bentley, M. Eley,8. Hao1.

ht row, J. Cu<1is, C. Ge,o,d, J. Pcuk1, R. Conrre,os 5 Holl. M Willoom,, 0. Wren, D. Jocobs, P. Gach, J, Saoflo. J. EJlilOtl, B, Ber1el50n 2nd row, l. Porodlte, L Shull, M. Hager, B. 8oo!h, N. Gray, R. Offull, C. Shook, IC. Elder, V. Jackmon, H. Lening, C. Co"-•· II, Blon­ cliord. 3rd row F. Ru\Ord, F. Holloday, D. Gr,ggs, M. S1evens, M. Gonzolez. J. Shehan, 8. Ben.on, P. Mofloll. <111! ,ow, S. McWilhom1. E Gordon. 8. W,ko,c. P. Tliorne, S Young, J. towe. A. 0,Ono, J. Cordova, A. Busroi, R. Mortinez, W. Monjor,u

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lit row, 8. Hor,11, 8. fl....,..lng, D. KerkMy. C. fronkel, J. Ludwig, M. Eley, 8. Clork, ond 8. &o9Jey. 2nd ,ow, It Holl, D. J-, D. He.,ing, S. m.o1on, T. Moue. 3,d ,_, G. Holhowoy, M. Engelbrmoon. J. 8imie, R. Jobe.

111 row, C. Crowford, T. Pomeroy. 8. Hoo1, C. Yoder, M. Koeth. M. Northcvn, P. Eme,lc, J. Ell,,, S. Jone,. 2nd row, C. llict,,o,d10n, C. Pu1nom, l. Groblf, L Winn, J. RoblnlOf'I, J. S1abb, S. Sco!t, A. McOoy, S. Moore. 3rd row, D. Wlck11rom, T. fnxik,1, I. Witten, R. Jocob1., G. Cornett, W. Oik,, R. Pol....,. ond N. Adoms "'h row, G. Williom1, J. Hoynn, G. W1b111t, 8. S.lhnge,. T. Mockl,n, J Bonb,8.Arthur,�

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JUl'UOf\ CLJ.\SS PeTeJohnston P,esident, 1st Semesre,

If seems that wherever people ore having fun this year, there was the Junior Closs. These exuberant, bouncing extroverts mixed work with fun. The object of the work was to raise money for the annual Junior-Senior Prom. Beginning last summer and extending clear to Prom time, their varied proiects included a car wash, coke sales, and a paper drive. It wosn"t a rare sight to see doss members selling tickets to ··How 10 Morry a Millionaire,"" a subject not taught in school The climax of all this feverish activity was o Prom unexcelled by any previous one.

Jcin'nyPeek P,eside!'II. 2nd Semesier

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Vjce-P,esident, ht SemesTer

Doug Simpson Vice-P,e1iden1, 2nd Semester

Jooey Rane y SocioI Choi,moo. \ l! Semeue,

Linda Naidor SocioI Choi,mon, l II Semester

Su>00Joseph Sec.-Treo•., hi Semester

Secy.-T,eai., 2od Semester

Pom Burrs, Jane Bolonge,, s.,., Beoak Soc,ol Cho.,meo. 2od Seme,re,


r., Judy Allen

Jo AnM Archer

Jone Bohnger


Cut1,s Buller

B"on Buttin

SybilCop�llerri

Sieve Cowsey

Sill Colby

PorOou9heny

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Oonno Di9g•


SollieE!ldredge

George Dunning

No,mo Eudy

Noncy Field

lov;..,finley

Judy Fron!,,

Dorrell Fullenon

Groce Gillene 95


Pol Good1on

Sue Grumbe,n

Judy Horri1

John Hordy

Corolyn Hoye1

J,m Hynd

96

lloyd G,i1how


SondyJone,

Su10nJ05eph

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O,arle,LuengerodT

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Rhode, McCloy

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ly� """ '"'

98


Dwayne l'anan

Marqv,ta Orrieloi

Cyn,h,a l'e,�1n\

Janey Raney

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Ge,trvde Rodewald

Judy �obb,e

NeloonSche,er

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This year hos been o very exciting one, not only for the present seniors but for the whole school. Our class as well hos held many suc• cessful events including scropdrives, ditch day, and the fom�us ltolion dinner. I hope that the incoming seniors ond every class following them wilt not only hove fun and enjoy themselves as we hove, but also achieve something that will benefit them and the stu­ dent body as o whole. Tom Hitch TOM HITCH PRESIDENT

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DENNIS SHANNON VICE-PRESIDENT

JULIA HEARST SOCIAL CHAIRMAN

SUSIE HbNAKER SOCIAL CHAIRMAN

JOEY PHILLIPS SECRETARY· TREASURER

GAYLE HALL SOCIAL CHAIRMAN

ELLEN ZOSSO SOCIAL CHAIRMAN


ROBERT ADAIR

W,1 and wisdom ore born w11h rhe mon

JOHN ALLEN Hondsome ,s os

hondsonw doPs

' BRUCE ANDERSON The mildest monners w,th the bravest m,nd

PAUL BEARD Smooth runs the wotcr

whpre the brook ,s deep

CARL AR:ONOVtCI

For we thot l,ve ro pl1:o�e mvsr pleosP 10 l,ve

DICK BENDROTH · Chiefly the mold of c, mon s fortune 1s ,n his hcmrls

TOM BALLOGG If c,1 first you don t wccef'rl.

BRIAN BONICAMP As mf'rryc1\ 1hr dc,y •\ long

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NORMAN BOOK "Knowledge is more thon equivolent to force ·

JOHN CANDELAS · Of good notural ports and of a liberol education "

BETTIE COLTRIN Gentle of speech ond beneficent of mind

DOUGLAS COOK Rome wos not bu1h in o doy.

JOHN COOK '"They laugh thor won.' 106

RICHARD CHRYSTIE I beor a charmed life."

ART COPENHAVER "A stoic of the woods­ a man without a teor ·


JIM OE GRACIE Stc1tely ond toll he moves in the

JOHN DEKA · Ah, youth! Forever deor, forever kind!"

hall, the chief of a thousand for gror.e.'

MARLENE DI ORIO Sweeter olso !hon honey and the honeycomb "

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-i-.JANNETTE DOMINGOS 'The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known ··

GARY DIMIT · A very gentle beos1, and of good conscience

JOAN ELLISON "Happy om I; from core rm free! q �d Why oren' They oil con1ented '. like me?·

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AMELIA ESPINOZA

FRANKLIN FISH

What is well done is done soon enough ··

· Observe moderation " 107


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DAN FITZGERALD · His native home deep imog'd in his soul··

CHARLES FLETCHER ProCTice is the bes! of otl instructors."

RICHARD FRANCISCO "They ore only iruly great who ore iruly good.

ANNE FREDENDALL "She wos o girl

PAM GARR The noblest motive is the publ,c good.

JANET FLORA "Music is well said to be the speech of angels

of few words."

DAVE GARMUS •·1 om in earnest; I will be heard."

TOM GARY Good health end good sense ore two of life's greatest blessings."

"It matters not how long you live, but how well"

DOLORES GONZALEZ


HECTOR GONZALEZ · You may relish him more in the soldier than in the scholar "

TERRY GONZALEZ · Honest labor bears a lovely face

HAROLD GRAY · Speech is the mirror of the soul As a man speaks, so is he

HANK HAAP "No man at one time con be wise and love "

SELMA HARRISON "Friendship is constont "

JULIA HEARST · There is the humor of it "

GAYLE HALL Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore ort thou, Romeo?'

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JOHN HENDERSON "Our cause is just: our union is perfect "

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PAT HILT "Lei's do it up ofter The high Romon fashion."

SUZANNE HONAKER "The hond !hat has made you fair has made you good.··

TOM HITCH

' Be bold, be bold, ond everywhere be bold."

DENNIS JACKSON "He who speaks the least says the most.""

MIKE HITT

" "Tis good 10 be merry and wise:·

LORETTA JOHNSTON "Variety"s the very spice of ilfe.""

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'"life 1s o iest, and all things show it; I thought so once, but now 1 know it.""

LOLITA KELLY ""Honesty is the best policy."

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SHIRLEY LORIA A wo1:1 on's work, grove sirs 1s never done.""

JO ANNE McCANNE

.. let knowledge grow from more to more.""

Bill McCARLEY "'None but himself

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LOUIE MANJARREZ "My heart is as true as steel."

ROBERT NICHOL "Our country is the world; my countrymen ore all mankind."

GA1L PARADISE "Nothing great wos ever

JOEY PHILLIPS

TERRY PLUMMER

DICK PRICE · Young fellows will be young fellows."

DON PRICE "Hold the fortl I om coming!"

''Patience is the best remedy for every trouble."

achieved without enthusiasm.''

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JIM PUTMAN


DAVID REIMULLER "A gentleman and o scholar:·

CAROLYN RITCHIE "Nothing is impossible lo o willing heorl."

DOROTHY ROHMAN "'Silence is os deep os eternity, speech is shallow os time."

Bill SNELSON "The power of 1hough1 !he magic of !he mind."'

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FRANK TERRY "My mmd to me o kingdom is.'

LARRY STANDLEY · Thoughls ore mightier

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thon strength of hond.'

ROSIE STREICH '"She is good as she is foir, not one like her onywhere.

DICK THORNTON He that hos patience may compass anything:·

ALLEN VANDERBILT · The secret of success is constancy of purpose.'"

LYNN SNIDER Friendsh,p is love w,thoul wmgs

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BERT SWARTS "My interest ism the future

because I om going 10 spend

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DICK VICKSTROM "Only he who loves con live wi.th angels on his side."

HENRY WERNER "How poor ore they that hove not po!ience!"

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STEPHEN VIZZI "You have many strings to your bow ..

ROBERTA WEEKS

· No one knows what he con do till he tries."

ANN WILLCOX

ELLEN ZOSSO

"Venice once was dear, the pleasant place of all fest1v1ty, the revel of the earth, the mosque of Italy."

"Happy as birds in the spring"

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Jun,orl1edC,ou4 KeyClub4 CARL ARONOVICl-4 y.,....,, Sc.,encoShow 1 T,od.2, 3 <;rogoCrew 1 TOM BALLOGG-4 yeo,s '"lor'l<>r Roll2,4 Cl<1uP,csident2 Von,1y Foorbolt 4 Vot\,ty 8o,�etboll 3 Vor1,ty Boieboll 4 folenlShow 1,2,4 Boy• Forum Rep.4 letrermon • Club4 DICK BENOROTH-4 yeon NORMAN BOOK-4 yeon �eyClub2.3,4 SrogeCrew J,4 CS.F\,2,3,4 V<1mry Tenni•2.3,4,Copio,n4 Horvo,d Book Aword3 Honor Roll 1, 2,J, 4 Sc,enceClubPreo.4 Chem- Morh ClvbJ JOHN CANDELAS--4 yeon Foo1b<ill 2 lf<lckCopr<1in4 RICHARD CHRYSTI E 1 yeor Srog,e C,ew4 'i<:,e,m,Club4 H<1n<1, R<1114 !EITI ECOLTRIN-4 yeo,s C.S.F 1,2,3.4 Tolen1Show I , 4 c.,i. leogueC<1b,n-er4 G.A.A. 1,2, 3.4 ClonSoc,olCho,rmon4 WolfpocletS!offl.2.4 RedC,011 I ,3 OonceClub 1,2 EVELVN CONTRERA!>---4 yeo11 folentSh<1w I, 2 G.AA. 2. J.4 Bodm,nton Mgr.3. President 4 Sr�nrCoun-cil Rep.2 Ch-oru,1,2

G1rh Leogue 1, 2. 3,4 Spor11Jomboree(hm, 4 Tr1-Counryfe11ovol2 "-RT COPENHAVER-Jyeo,, le11e,mon·1Club2.3, 4 6o1eboll2,J.4 Bo1ketboll2,3,4 Jun,or Red C,ou 2 Boy, forum 2, 3, 4 6osle•bo11Copr 4 JIM DE GRACIE-I yeor Jun,or RedCroH4 . 8oy. Forum 4 JOHN OEKA-3 )'e<lt$ Vo<1,1y 80;.eboll 2.3, 4 lene,mon·1Club2, 3,4 Boy,· Forum2,J, 4 GAR'l'OJMIT- 2 yeot1 AriSh-ow3 MARLENE 01 ORI0-4 yeor1 Siudenrbo:>dy Tre1J�u,or 4 G.A A. 1.2, J, 4, 8odmin!on Mngr.2 CSF 3 Gul1· leogueSeq-.3 Clou SociolCholfmon3 ClonSec.-Tre1.2 folentShow2,4 Hor'IOr Roll 1. 2,J, 4 NANNETlE DOMI NGOS--3 yeoll G.A,A, 2.3.4 TolenrShow4 Ooube,s 2 Hor>or Roll2,3,4 AnnuolStoff3, 4.Copy Editor3, 4 G"l•"leogue2,3,4 School Ar1Show3 JOAN ElllSON-4 y,,;,,1 Sruden,bodys«y.3 Hono< Roltl,2,3,4 Red Cross 1 G.A.A. I, 2 WolfpocketStoff4 c;,1,· leogueI, 2,3,4 folentShowl Ch,iumo,Pogeon1 I ,2 FRAN!!:LI N FISH-<! yeo,s J,V. Foorbol/ 1 Vor,ity Bo,kerbollMngr.2 Y outh Co·ord1no11n11 Council3 DANIEL FITZGERALD-I yeor Tolen1Show4 ThonkogivlngPloy4 Boy,· Forum 4 SkiClub4 (HARLESFLETCHER-3 yeors OfliteCrew2,3.4 Sto• Aword 4 JANET HORA-4 �•s C.S.F. (. 2, 3, 4

llouh...-, Block Mu11c Aword3 O,ch•,.lro I ,2,3.4 Tolen1Show 1, 2.3,4 Jvn,or Red C,o,,3 Honor RollI,2,3, 4 G A. A. 1.2, 3, 4 T<1-Hi-Y 2 RICHARD fRANCISC0-4 ye<1r1 S1udcnrbodyPre1,denr4 ClouP,e,ident 1 KeyClubl.2,3,4 Tolen:Show4 ·8 T<ock I StudenrCounc,1\,3,4 HonorRolll,2,3,4 CS.F.l,2,4 ANNE FREDENOALt-4' yeoo Vo'lily Cheedeode, 3 Wolfpocker Ed,10, 4 Gnl1 Leogue L,2, 3,4 Honor Roll 1,2,J, 4 RollyClub3 G.A,A. 1, 2,J. 4 Wrire-up, inProgr1118ufleHn4 DAVID GARMUS--2 yeors Vo,,ily Tennis3,4 l1rtermQn·• Club 4 Chem. Lob Au,stonT4 Sporn E diror for Ou!,ide New,pope,,4 TolenrShow•• Honor Roll 3,4 Sc.ienceClub4 StogeCrew4 C.S.f.4 PAMELA GARR-4 yeo,. Hono< Roll 1, 2, 3,4 Clou Secy.3 CloHPvblici1y2 TolentShow 1, 4 Gn!,· leogueCob,n-er4 CAA. 1,2,3,4 WolfpocketS101fl,4 Auernbly Commirtff3 TOM GARV-3 yeors Vorllly Footboll3,4 Clo1sPres,denrJ Wre11hng Teom4 Boys'Forum2,3,4 DOLORES GONZAtEZ-4 yeo'I TolenrShow 1 G.A. A. 2 Ch11mno1Pr1nceu2 HECTOR GONZALEZ-4 yeors Vorsiry Foo1boll2, 3, 4, Cop!oin 4 All,Tri•County 4 Lenennon'sClub2.J. 4, Vice-Pres.4 C,I . F.Ploy•ofh2,3,4 KeyClub4 8o1eboll Mcnoger3,4 J,V. 80,eboll2 T<i-Counry Co,nlvol3 C.I . F . Foo1bol1Cl,omp14 TERESA GONZAlEZ-4 yeor1

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G . A A 1 2. . l.• Red CronI Tolen,Show2,• Wolfpocker 4 Span,1hClub3 I-IAROlDGRAY--;1 y, o,. Trockl,2 ,3, 4 W,e11ling 4 ll" F,xuboll l Fo,e,gn SrudentComm. 3,4 KeyClub4 Sc,fflCeClub3.4 Posoden o Ployhoui.e 3 Tolen! Show 4 HENRY HAAP-2Yto<l Vo,111yGoll3 John P . Evons AII-A,ne.,con Aword G , olf3 Vo,.;ty Bo1ke1boll 4 Vorslry Boseboll 4 GAYLE HALL-,& yton TolenrShow2,4 G.A.A. 1 2, , 3, e Closs Sociol Choi,man4 Wolfpacke1S1off4 Junior RedCross3 Spon,1hClub2,3 PepClub 4 SEtMA HARRISON--4 year1 Girl!"Store3 G.A.A. l,2,3,4 Girl1' LtogueI,2,3.4 Soph. Rep.2. Histor, onl, V,ce,Pres. • C. S .F.2,3, 4 Hi-Notes 4 Stud1m1 Council2,3 Wolfpocle rSrof/3,4 JULIA HEARST--4 years G. A.A. 1,2,J,e.�y.-T,eas.3 Clou0fficer2.3 TolentShow.4

Glfl1" leogueCobine!4 WolfpochrStaff4 Honar Roll I,2.3,4 Chorus l. 4

Fa,e ign Siud,,ntComm. 3 IOHN HENDERSON-4 ye or1 TOM HITCH----4 yea,i lette rmon"sClub2,3,4Presiden14 . Clan P,es,dent 4 Va11ity Fooiboll 2.3.4 11,11 Tri-Counly4 Va,s,ty Baske1boll3,4 Vor11ry T,ock3,11Copta,n , 4 VarsityBo,eboll3.4 MIKEHITT-4yeors J.V l!ouball 1 B Foatball3,4,Copto,n <I Tolen!Show 4 Bays' forum2,3.4 SUSIE HONAKER-• years C S . F 1, 2.34 . Clon Officer3.4 Orchem o 2,3,4

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StudenrCouncil 3,• WoUpackerStoff• Tole n!Show 3.• G. A A . l,2,3, 4, V,ce,P,es. • Chriwn,:nPrinceu4 DENNIS JACKSON-• yeors Sc,e nce Club3 GomePhoTogropher3. 4 Honor Roll 1 lndu11riol Ar!lShow I,2 6oy1' forum2.3,4 lORETTA JOHNSTON-I'I, ytofl Tolen1Show 4 Science Club 4 Red Cross 4 Orch,mo 4 Pe p Club 4 Gi,ls" leogue 4 lOllTA KEUY-1 yeor Tolen!Show 4 Honor Roll4 G.A.A. 4 Pep Club4 M usicFestivol4 Girh" teogue 4 GARYKRIEZH-1 year C.S.F. • Boy1" Fo,um 4 MARY LAN0-2 1/1 yeors Honor Roll 3.4 G11l1" League4 Bill lATTIN-,& yeors

To1entShow4 Ke yCl"b 3,4, Vlc1,Pre1.4 V. Foo1boll3,.4 V.Gol/3,4 Boys' Forum 1,23 . • .4, Vice-P,e1.3 v;ce•Pres. 3 ScienceCl.,b3,•· Trtosurer4 Honor Roll l 2 , 3 , 4 . Le11errnon·sClub3,4 SHIRLEY LORIA-4 yeors G.A.A. 1 2, , 3, 4

Clan Office r 2 S1uden1Counc1I 1 • B Chee rleader2 Saphornare Princess 2 Rally Club2

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lenermo n s Club3,4 B'l!osketbo113,Captain3 J.V. Bosebol! l,2.Captain2 Vo<1ily Boi.eboll3,4 "C"Basketboll2 0 Ba,ke rball I GAYMcBEE-3yto<1 ScienceCl.,b3 Science Aword 3 Arr Award 2 D<ornoClub 2 Spani1hClub 2,3 Douber,4 StudentCouncil Rep.2 G1,11· Leogue2.3,4 sue McCANDlESS-2¼ yeors C.S.F.2,3,4 TolenrShaw4 Honor Roll2,3,4 *·Girls"l�ue• G.A.A. 2,3,4, Tennis Mon oger 4 AnnuolStoff3,4, Advertising Mng,. <I Wolfpacket 3 Pre1. ofJoners4 JO ANNE McCANNf--4 yeo,i G.A.A. 1,2,3, •• Officer 4 Tolen1Shaw 1 4 , DooceClub 1 Charu1l Fu tureTeoch,rsClub4 Chrl11mos Pag..,nt I Gifl•"leogue I.2.3.4 BILL McCARLEY-4 yeors foo1ball3,4 KeyClub3,4, President4 Bays'Stote3 lene,man'sClub3,4 TolentShow3,4 Hanar RollJ BOB NICHOl--4 ytor1 lndumial ArtsShow l,2 Scien.c.Club3 Honar 11all 1 Bay•' Fo,um2.3.4 ScienceSh ow 3.4 GAIL PAl!AOISE-2yeor1 C.S.F. 3 Tolen1Show3,4 Honor Roll 3. 4 School Art Show3 Pl oy , Hoppy Jaurney""3 Science Folr3,<I ScienceClub3,4 Gi,ls' league3,4 JOEY PHILUPS--2years St.ClossSecy•Trtos.4 Hanor Roll4 Girl•' Leogue 3,4 Sruden1Counc114 TERRY PLUMMER• yeor1 C.S. F.3.4 KeyClubl,4 Hono• Roll I,2.J.4


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Chro1rmo1 Princeu3, 4 Homecom•"',I P,;nce11• PENNY sn,GfR-4 yeo r1 C.S.f. 2.3,4 CloHOfl,ce,2,3 G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4 StudenrCouncil4 Homecom,ng Queen• Tu-Co untyfootboll Oueo:n4 Cf>e:,ryPieContesrW,nne,4 ll(ENSLAUGHTER---4 yeon OfficeWo,I<• lndu1trio! Ar11 Awo,d 2,3,fiflt Proze3 S,or Awo,d4 Mlll(ESMl"H---4 yeo fl Honor Roll l,4 V. FootbollJ lenermon·• Club3 Tolen!Show4 SrudentCouncil1 "8"footl»ll1,2 V. Boseboll Mngr. • '8"8ouboll 1,2 LYNNSNIOER-4 fl'Cl<I Honor Roll 1 PepC1ub4 TolentShow 2,• G.A.A. I,• OromoClub2 MusicFes·ivo14 Girls" leogue2, 3,4 LARRY ST... NDLEY---4 yeon S,h,opShow l,3,4 ArtShow 1, 2 Trocl< Mngr. l TolentShow4 '8"8osketbo!l4 ScienceShow 2 ROSIESTHC I H---4 yeot1 Girls' leo�ue Pru. 4 Gitls' leo�ue Treo1. 3 Clon V.P.,Se<y.-T reo1.3 TolentShow4 C.S.F. 2,3,4 G. A.A.2,3 Sct19leodu 2 StudenrCouru:il3,4 BERT SW...RTS---4 y11011 ll(eyClub3,4 "8"football 1,2 ScienceFoir2,3, Hon. Men1,o n3 MetolShopCon1e113 8oy1"fO<un\2,3,4 FRANII( TERRY-----4 years School An Show2.3,4 TolenrShow4 Honor Ro ll2,4 ll(eyClub4 Trod Te-om2 8oys'for.1m2,3,4 RICHARD THORNTON-4 y■o11

C.Sf.7,4 Boys"fo,umPreo 4 8oy1 fo.-umSe<y. 3 SrudentCouncoll.2,3,4 Bouhon Block Men, Aword 2 ll(eyClub2,3,4 Foorboll3,• ClonP,es 1,3 ALLEN VANDERBI LT-2 yeors S109eC,ew• Scl,rn:eClub3.• Hono, ltolt3,4 C.S.f. 4 Sciencefoir3,4 Boyt'ForumJ,4 DICll( VICKSTROM-•yeors 801ebo ll2,3,4 foorboll2,3,4 lene,mon·, Club2,3,4 TolentSl,ow4 Bo11tbo 11Copt.4 AttShow3 STEPHEN VIZZ!-1 yeor TolentSl,ow• Boys'Fo rum4 l<ARL VON ltAUCH - 1 yeor KeyClub• Honor Roll4 Wre111ing Teom• AFS hchongeStudent• leode,shipC1on4 Boys' Fonrtn4 ROBERTAWEEll(S---4 yeot1 C.S.F . 2 G.A.A, 1, 2 Tolen!Show4 School ArtShow3 Studentbody Ad. Mngr. 3 StudentCounci!3 Annuol Stoff3 ScienceFolr3 HfNRYWEl!NER-2 yeors ANNWllCOX1 yeor l AnnuolStoff• Honor Roll 4 A f. S.4 G,rl1' leogue4 ELLEN ZOSS0---4 y.ars C.S.F. 2, 3,4 Clo110ff,cer3,4 Tol,ntShow4 GAA, l,2,3,4 Anen,blyCommittee4 Wo1fpocketS!oll4 S�nrCouncil l,4 Gi<11" league 1,2,3.•

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OUf\ Ff\lENDS Ff\OM ABf\OAD

For the first time in the history of Claremont High School, o teacher from the Netherlands joined our faculty through the Fullbright exchange system. Mr. Van Stroten's students, while groaning over his strict�r . teaching methods and reciting notes from memory, were amused and coptivaled by his . American" sense of humor. The Sophomore girls report that his favorite expression in World History is, "Shudde books, shudde mouthl" Vitally interested in promoting international understanding, Mr. Von Stroten and his students hove corresponded with Dutch school children. Claremont High School will long remember the strut, click of heels, and wide grin of our friend from abroad! The American Field Service believes that a year e)(perience in o school in o foreign country is o won­ derful experience for o high school student, the school, the family with which he stays, and, ultimately,

for his own country. At Claremont we are lucky enough to hove had Kori Von Roch as living proof of this. In August Kori left Heilbronn, Germany, ioined the other students from 29 countries who were coming to America for their senior year

The Philip Gray home, in Claremont, was opened unselfishly to Kori, ond hos been his home for a

year. Both at home ond ot school it's been never o dull moment. Remember the haircut? How old Hom• let is? Making the float for homecoming? The P.F. beach party? The senior rollerskating party? And Ditch Ooy!I , We thank you, Kori. For the opportunity to know Germany through you. For your interest in us. We hope you will remember us with the fondness with which you ore regarded here


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329 W. 2nd St.

Pomona

Camera enthusiasts like Richard Chrystie and Joyce Tyson love to visit H & H.

Dorothy Jacobs and Toni Ebell folk over different types of insurance in front of ED DITTMER'S

Robert's Studio of Photography 4167 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, Calif. RE. 3-2131

J. D. WOLFE & COMPANY 160 W. Foothill Blvd. LYcoming S-2035

Admiring one of JOHN P EVANS' fine

suits is Bettie

Coltrin

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Record collectors Judy Harris and Susan Joseph like to go to C N' B Ht.Fl.

RALPH H. LAIRD CONTRACTOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION GRADING

PAVING

DECOMPOSED GRANITE

4661 E. Arrow Highway::

Mr. Strang realizes that COLLEGE CHEVROLET knows the value of driver education.

Cloremonl, Colif. LYcoming 5-3548

Diann Irvine looks pleased wearing this fresh new creation from MARVIN"S

Claremont, Calif.

LY. 5-2075


Pomona First Federal Savings 399 N. Gorey

260 S. Thomas

CLAREMONT MARKET 109 Yale Avenue LYcoming 5-2034

H e r e discussing savings plons at POMONA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS IS Dorothy Jacobs.

WE SPECIALIZE IN SPANISH DINNERS'' LYcoming 4-2453

C & E LUMBER COMPANY

26f/ . N. Son Antonio

Claremont

Dono Diggs, Belly Spann and Ann Spann thoroughly approve of BEDFORD S for rhe newest in hair styles.

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Dorothy Jacobs knows the odvontoges of insurance as she comes out of BYERS' of:ke.

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ROCKWELL CHEVRON l st Street & Yale LY. 5-2851

Claremont

CLAREMONT BUILDING AND LOAN 219 Yale Avenue Claremont, Calif. LYcoming 5-1271

PITTMAN REALTY CO. COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE Claremont Homes and Homesites Our Specialty Exclusive Soles Agent for Northwestern Pork Homesiles See Us Before You Buy or Sell 350 West Foothill Blvd.

Claremont

Phone, LY. 5-1632- LY. 5-4157

FRASHER'S STATIONERY

151 E. 2nd St. LY. 2-2054

OUR BEST WISHES TO YOU ALL .

Pomona LY.9-1564

VILLAGE HOBBY HOUSE GAMES • TOYS • CRAFTS • STAMPS

262 W. 2nd St.

Claremont

LYcoming 5-4687

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1600 East Holt Ave. of Alexander Pomona Volley Center


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FRES,H MILK AND ICE CREAM DIVISION

16957 Volley Blvd. Fontana ZEnith 1211

Sue McCandless ond Bill McCorle kn that Carnation is the best for fres� m1�k.

COLLEGE CLEANERS, INC.

2

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ROBERT C. FRAMPTON

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300 South San Antonio Pomona, California LYcoming 2-6673

Claremont

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POMONA BOWLING CENTER

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282 W. 2nd

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PORTRAIT • WEDDING • COMMERCIAL 110 Harvard Ave., Claremont LY. 6-1176

Modeling the latest in spring fashions from

ALFRED GRAY'S

ore Judye Neill and Barbaro Norton.

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LA

S A LL E

130 Yale Avenue

LY. 5-5295

LEW I S & NE LSON MOBILE 313 Yale Avenue LY. 5-1436

M ACK D. PAR K S REAL ESTATE HOMES • LOTS • COUNTRY PROPERTY Trying an 011roct1ve new hoir s1yle ot LA SALLE'S is Toni Ebel/ while Tiiu Reimo looks on with approval.

SOUTHERNCALIFORNIA WATER CO.

127 Harvard

LY. 5-2523

For warm summer days, KNIT-TOGS is the place_ to shop for swim-suits, says Diann Irvine.

269 W. 2nd Street Claremont, Calif. LYcoming 5-1601

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KN IT-TOGS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA'S DISTINCTIVE FASHION SHOP 180 East Second, Pomona


Bonk of Americo Notional Trust &Sovings Assoc. 202 Yole Avenue Ly.5-126B

Hmshow s Stationery Your FovoriteStore 214-216West 2nd Cloremont

Br;ckmon"s Dept.Store 225 Vole Avenue Ly.5-2518

Hyge Engineering Project 213 N. Alexander Claremont, Coli!.

Claremont Feed &Seed 211 Vole Ly. 5-1107 J_ D.Mobley

Isobel s BeautyShop 119 Horvord Cloremont 5-2045

Claremont Hordwore 220 Vole Avenue Ly.5-1118

Oronge Belt Emporium Pomono·sOldest & lorgest Dept. Store 105 E. 2ndStreet

Claremont loudromot 108 Horvord ly. 5-3967

Poul I. Paige Claremont's Electrician 131 Yale LYcomlng 5-1712

Claremont Nurseriu 456W Foothill Blvd LYcoming 5-2063 Everything for the gorden·· Clork Pictvre Frames & ArtSupplies 116 Horvord Ctoremont. Colif Ly 5-2685 Coso Flores Village Theotre Building Ly. 5-2526 · The Telegraph Flowers•· College Pren Pr;nfrng & Pvbl<shing 129 Horvord Avenue Claremont Culler, S. 10, 2ScS1ore 126 Vole Avenue nlaremont Anyrh<ng & Everyth,ng ,n School supplies C rysrol Beauty Shop 241 Horvord. Oaremonl 5-1708 !kld"s Me Shop 217WeuhrStrHt Oa,e"'Ot'I.• Co!,f. Phone S-Z217

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Evete'! s Shoe Shop 122 Yale Avenue S-131S

Foner J-.len 124 Yale A-..e ly S-1320 Oar\ H\.W1gerord C.O...ole•e ln3Ut'once Serva 280W. 2ndSt Ly S-1.573

Roy Pierce UnionOil Products First & Alexander 5-1307 Runsvold's Phormocy 148 Yale Avenue Claremont Ly. 5-2409 C.H. "Connie" Stroh UnianOil Dealer Foothill &Son Antonio Claremont, C p!if. Ermo B.Sonders, Realtor 336WestSecondStreet Claremont, Californio Res,dentiol ond Commercial Properties The Sugar Bowl Finest. richest, hond-pocked ice cream Food & Fountain Space's Complete Home Furnishings 102 Hor-.;ordAvenue Claremont. Californio Sunland lumber Company 120So. Alexander Claremont, Calif. Ly. S-1159 Tele-Tronics Soles &Service 132 Yale Avenue Cloremont Calif. Village Grill 292W 2ndStreet Claremont Ly, S-1069

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S'l'I J-\ l"I SOl"IG

Here I om lying on o bed o! pails with my feet in a bucket of red hot coals. I'm pretending I'm still in tl-e midst of putting out the annual. In my dreams I relive the whole, frightening experience. I see myself falling down the rabbit hole into Room 201 and meeting a small gray wolf who keeps chanting: Tm late, I'm late. I'll never meet that

deadline!"

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I ,think I'll sellle down for my long summer's nap. As the little elf sprinkles sand into my eyes, I'll recall the 1ong days I spent in the art room followed by still longer nights in the onnuol cupboard guard•

ing the numerous scraps which some day would turn inro on annual.

Whafs this under my head? Oh yes, that old tned and true recipe for a perfect annual. I wonder if I con remember the ingredients, 1 advisor (those named Miss Moss seem to be the best) who must be willing to spend the whole day looking after absent-minded stoH members, 2 Art Editors, Susan Joseph and Frank Terry, who are alert ond try not to lose too many footprints (known in ortistic circles as ••footies··i, 2 Copy Editors, Nanette Domingos ond Ann Willcox, who know every word in the English language which is a synonym of "detective," 2 Photography Editors, Diann Irvine and Dove Hebert, who hove the won• derful ability of wading through the piles of proofs, I Advertising Manager, Sue McCandless, who still in•

sisls on sending out hond-knit bills, 1 Ways and Means Manager, Joyce Tyson, who constantly hos o supply of soggy doughnuts left over trom tootboll season, I Sports Editor, Charles Bunker, who practically hbs scores pouring out of his ears, l Assistant Editor, Michele Glenn, who olwoys manoges to do everything with o bright smile, 1 Girl Friday, Dorothy Jacobs, who runs her numerous errands ungrudgingly, and the remainder of the staff members who are so essential to a perfect annual, Tana Hammond, Rose Hernandez, Ruth Ann Jollymour, Judye Neill, Marquita and Morino Ornelos, Theresa Spring, and Tom Omri.

Mix in 1 publishing company, Yearbook House, Inc., Monrovia, whose staff members, especially Mr. Hubbell and Mr. Thomas, ore so understanding and ore able to decipher our little notations, the S. K. Smith Co., whose representative, Mr. Cornes, handled our cover materials, 3 professional photographers, Roberts Photography Studio, Mr. Frampton, and Mr. Haynes, -4 student photographers, Richard Chrystie, Dick Bend­ roth, Dennis Jackson, and Dove Hebert. Pour in 1 wonderful student body which cooperated with the annual staff to make this a coooooool

annual. Blend in 1 Don Price, who helped us write the cooooool copy. Add Joey Phillips, Dennis Shoniion, and Anne Fredendoll for flavor. Fold in 1 faculty carefully. They are the ones who wince but never speak when on annual staff mem• ber comes into their doss 30 minutes late because of "annual business." Pour ingredients between two podded covers and you hove our ottempt to cook up a good annual! ROBIN

Profile for Sharon ESTERLEY

1957 El Espiritu  

1957 Yearbook from Claremont CA high school

1957 El Espiritu  

1957 Yearbook from Claremont CA high school

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