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Oxnard Press Courier (Newspaper) - June 15, 1957, Oxnard, California oStetai 0xnar& Press-Courier Future Challenge SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1957 PAGE NINE ‘The unfinished business of America’s democracy is In your; hands.* That was the challenge that Dr. Totton J. Anderson present-, ed to the 236 members of Ven-j tura College’s graduating class; yesterday afternoon. Dr. Anderson, associate pro-j fessor of political science at the University of Southern California, told the graduates of their responsibility in facing an age that he described as the “crisis of human values and ideals.” School Not Enough Formerly a member of the!es at the Ventura College faculty, Dr. An-1 School. Oxnard High School to Graduate 462; Ceremonies at Houser Field Tonight Diplomas will be awarded toi Judith Ellen Graves 162 graduates of Oxnard High School tonight. The ceremonies at Houser Field will start at 6 p.m. Included among the graduates are 74 adults, including mothers, fathers, veterans, and military personnel who have taken cours-Oxnard Evening Hisrh BANTA CLARA GRAMMAR SCHOOL graduates emerge from Catholic Church under arch of garlands of flowers. ceremonies at. Santa Clara —Press-Courler Photo Santa Clara, Guadalupe Eighth Graders Receive Diplomas after Mass at Church Fifteen eighth graders fromjstitute, went to Linda Strong, Guadalupe School and ninety- ^an*a Clara School, and Rosario one from Santa Clara School re-!°-rt?g?’ Guadalupe. The Knights HH ..... of Columbus    provided bi-' boys’ ceived their diplomas    yesterday I awards, given to    Robert Scott, morning after mass in    the    Santa Santa Clara,    and    David Garcia, Clara Church.    Guadalupe. Scholarships were awarded to’ A year’s scholarship to Santa a boy and girl from each school!Clara High was also given by for one year at Santa Clara High the Oxnard Civic Improvement School. The girls’ scholarships, Association to Barbara Ledesma given by the Young Ladies’ In-|as the outstanding student of King Hall. Spanish extraction among Santa Clara graduates. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Anthony J. Jacobs spoke at the graduation. Father John Keller distributed diplomas. After the ceremonies graduation breakfasts were served to Santa Clara students in the school auditorium and to Guadalupe graduates in Christ derson told the graduates that men cannot discharge his obligation to learn simply by going to school. He declared that those leaving school must go on learning by informal education with new “faculty” and broader lum.” To be a good citizen, he said, the graduates must: I. Become responsible persons; 2. Participate in the political life of the nation, and 3. Become informed of national and international affairs. ' Warns of Indifference “The price of indifference is at least inefficiency and corruption,” he said. Dr. Anderson criticized the deterioration of objectivity in today’s politics. He also blamed stereotype thinking and prejudice for much misunderstanding in the world today. His address received warm applause from the graduates, faculty and friends who filled the new gymnasium. Alumni Honored Three alumni were honored during the commencement program. Mrs. Mildred Reed Wallace, class of 1931, director of Ventura elementary schools, John Edward Gallagher, class of the 1936, oil executive, and Lt. Cmdr. Wendell J. Furnas, class of 1937, executive officer of the intelli-jgence office of the 12th Naval District, were given distinguished graduate awards. The Rev. Frank Christensen of the Evangelical Methodist Marie Genevieve Gray Jerry Bert Grubb Mary Helen Guillen Frank Avila Gutierrez Martha Guzman Gene Louis Haake Mary Louise Hamiter Gary Lester Hancock , Jerry Don Haney Rosalio Jess Haro P™3"1 tP"”-C2ir.‘" David William Harper Scholarships, the Lyman Heano „    .    ^ Scholarship, the Sam Wlneman "“"J.”" i .u Gold Memorial Modal, and the 5"a,dt‘n Haw£°™e Sam Wineman Memorial Fund ft*** J?uam! !,IeBgcn Arthur Thomas Henson III the prize will be awarded. Graduates are: curricu- William Loren Abernethy Linda Lu Ackerman Benjamin Alfred Alfonso Marjorie Joan Allee Henry Almanza Etta Jean Anderson William Ray Anderson Claude Othell Archer Sharlyn Elizabeth Arnold Lynn Beverley Aughenbaugh Richard Joseph Ayala Lee Carrillo Ballesteros Emilio Tony Banuelos, Jr. James Willis Bartlett Patricia Jo Bass Richard Lee Bates Myma Jean Baughman Alan William Beerworth Henry Beltran Barbara Lynn Benton Marlene Pauletra Blake John Charles Bley David Joe Bohrisch Judith Virginia Bosley John Stanhope Bowman Judith Ann Bradley Sandra Joan Brague Sally Ann Brawley Betty Lou Brewer Juanita Lorenzo Bridrijo Marvin Douglas Brough Georgia Margaret Brown Jerry Lee Brown Jesse Leland Brown Sharon Lee Brown Ronald Arthur Buck Norma Jean Bustamante Willadean Butcher Church gave the invocation, and the Rev. B. Murray Jones of the    Ruttram Ventura Community Church Judith Ann Cameron gave the benediction.    Ignacio Robert Campos The college orchestra, led by^ames Henry Carmichall Frank Salazar of the music de- Lawrence Edmund Carolin partment, played the Triumphal ^irnm^ Coronado Carranza March from Aida during the pro-'James Thomas C ase cessional. The orchestra also Trances Ramona Castro played selections from J. S. Bach, I Georgia Castro Orlande de Lassus and Grund-1 Robert Alvarado Cavazos man.    Linda Christine Caving I At the end of the program the Barbara^ Ann Chamblee class filed out into the afternoon Karen Sue Chaney 'sun, each graduate carrying an Associate in Arts Degree. There were 69 women and 167 men. With the Armed Forces Specialist hev5ta ,°orJ,is,CoLlif Rosalie Chapman Orin Lynn Chappell, Jr. Lowell Thomas Chatwin, Jr. Billy Bryant Chesser Freddy Lee Choate Faye Ann Yuklin Chong Cecil Olsen Cochran Nita Janet Coffman Betty Lou Coleman Gerald Warren Colcord RIM! HIGH SCHOOL graduation took place in school gymnasium, with graduates seated in front of crowd.    •    —Press-Courler Photo Simi High School Graduates Warned Not to Become "Misguided People BREA, Calif. ■    ________ Third Class Stanton L. Heck. 20, i Michael Vidales Colmenero son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred g, Fay Marie Conway Heck, 517 Santa Cruz, Port U°ulse Jane Conway Hueneme, is a member of the) Edwin Eee Cooley 933rd Antiaircraft Artillery Mis- George Robbins Conahey III sile Batallion in Brea. Specialist Heck, a senior launcher crewman in the battalion’s Battery A, entered the Army in October 1955. He is a 1955 graduate of Oxnard Union High School. son 1728 Point Mugu Arrivals And Departures ARRIVALS Forty-four graduates of Simi] Honor Student Patrick Htnry tai College. Valley High School were McHargue told the audience, Harry Dulaney Palmer, warned not to become “mis- “We have faith in our own abil-,of Mrs. Dorthy Palmer of guided people in the age of Hies, but now we need your    Deodora avenue, was the recip- guided missiles” last night dur- faith. We think we have been a    ient of the Bank of America ing a solemn graduation in the success . . . and see no reason    Award, Elks scholarship and a high school gymnasium.    why we shouldn’t continue to    tuition grant to Stanford Uni- Speaker was Twain Tippetts, be a success throughout the rest    versity. chairman of tht fine arts de- of our lives.”    Lois    Ann    setser,    daughter    of    Officer: partment of Utah State Univer-j John S. Gardiner, principal.    Mr    and Mrs. R. F. Setser of!None sity ’and former instructor at    annonced six scholarship win-    Kujawsky road, * was awarded    Enlisted:    * the valley high school. He also    ners of the graduating class.    the    California State Scholarship    james L.    Tipton SA. told the graduating class that    McHargue, son of Mr. and    and    the Elks Scholarship    william E    Hamler SA commencement means “You are Mrs. Robert McHargue of 4421    Award. She will attend the Uni-    William    W    Bratton FA one step closer to becoming ser- Adam road, was awarded a full    versity of California at Santa    rrail,    r    Epitap    F vants of mankind.”    tuition scholarship to Occiden-    Barbara next fall. Joanne College Chorale Sings Program climax to the college,Treasure,” made up of ll choral|s h ,.,rXin nrcro Holgate presented numbers was done in English. As a year, George the Ventura College “Concerti The “Magnificat,” Bach’s set-Chorale” in an all-Bach program    ming of the    familiar “Song of at the First Baptist Church last|    Mary,” “My    Soul Doth Magnify Sunday evening.    the Lord,’ is seldom sung be- Scholarshin Made up of 40 singers from cause of the difficult solos and, Gary Allen Oxnard, Ventura, Ojai, Oak    choral numbers. It was the high jand    Mrs.    Norman    Waite    of    1196;Civiiian: \ie\v, Santa I aula, fillmore and    point of the    evening and of thei Patricia    street,    was    the    winner iNone Moorpark, the Chorale sang two year’s work.    |of the Point Mugu Engineering Soloists were Mrs. Sharon Hoi-1 Development Program Scholar- Craig C. Freitag, F. Billy J. Hughes, BM3. N o r rn a Stevenson, John D. Dix, AN. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Leon R Brown, AN. Stevenson of 2876 Sycamore Charles C. Thirion, SK3. drive, was the recipient of the James H. Webb, FA. North American Management William W. Ford, ADC. Robert N. White, AN. Margaret Tepezano, daughter Billy J. Rowler, SA. of Mrs. Stella Tepezano of Ku- David M. Price, AN. jawsky road, was awarded the Gary K. Dohman, SA. Simi Valley Women’s Club Richard A. Staiger, SA. William Rainer, SD2. Waite, son of Mr. john G. Frazier, SA. of the more difficult Bach numbers, never before sung in this county. The motet, “Jean, Priceless Owens Will Retire As County Planner Oxnard attorney John Owens said today he will not seek appointment to the re-Ventura gate, Mrs. Carolyn McMindes, and Miss Emalee Rogers, so- DEPARTURES ship.    Officer: Following the exercise the;None. pranos; Joy Brown, alto; Robert'graduates danced at an all-night Enlisted: Skoog, tenor, all of Oxnard; Mrs.1 party at the Glen-Aire Country john Hall Rost, PM3. Ellis Harms, soprano, of Moor- Club in Sherman Oaks. park; Gerald McCool, tenor, of |    - Fillmore; and the Rev. Howard Butterfield, bass, of Oak View. Other Oxnard members of the chorale are: Mr. and Mrs. James County Planning Commission Copenhaver, Mr. and Mrs. David when his term expires June 30.|Passon, Mmes. Tobias Grether, Mr. Owens said that his busi- Donald Godshall Sr., and Robert ness requires more and more! Skoog, Misses Eleanor Carter, of his time, and that he hasj Lula James and Christine Munnotified Supervisor Edwin Carty; day, Dwight McKee, and Joel he will not be available for re-; Stirling. $100,000 Suit Filed After Auto Accident VENTURA — Roy Canet filed a $100,000 damage suit against Bill Williams of Ventura thursday in Superior Court as the result of an automobile accident in Ventura April 25. Mr. Canet claims that he was appointment to the four-year office. Mr. Owens has served one term on the commission. Mrs. Margaret Durning of Ventura wras the accompanist for the year, walking on Main street, near Pa cific street, when Mr. Williams’ car struck him. I St., Joseph W. Xlaesgens, AC3. David V. Bonnot, AD3. John A. Ren, SN. Gene R. Travis, ADR3. Joseph D. Vandervert, AN Thomas H. Blosser, GFCA. Civilian: Myrtle L. Reese, 1129 So. Oxnard. Connie L. Holley, 1009 Wiley Burke, Apt. 5, Downey, Calif Maruly M. Willis, c/o Mrs. Ruth Colbey, 914 Curtis Rd., Bakersfield, Calif. S. Z. Czerniejerski, 397 So. High 1 Rd., 26-H, San Francisco, Calif. James Edward Conley Gene Roid Conradi Alice Mae Corley Helen Ruth Cranz Rachel Cuilty Gene Harvey Dalton Martin Thomas Daly Marion Sylvia Daniel Dorothy Mae Darbison Claudia Bene Davis David Michael Davis Esther Sue Davis Jackie Leon Davis Janice Davis David John DeBoni Sharron Rae DeLozier Shirleyn Joyce DeVore Sharon Anne Dewey Judith Ray Dillon Duane Robert Doty Charles Richard Drummond Peter Cornelius Duim John Thomas Dullam Margie Diane Dunman Virginia Ruth Duntley Nancy Ruth Durland Donald Larry Dusette Dale Lewis Elchlepp Elva Yolanda Elizalde Michael Wayne Elliott Clarke Norton Ellis Jennifer Vondell Ellison Lyn Ellsworth Floyd John Engel Loann Laura Engel Richard Ray Escalante Ernest Ramos Escamilla Arthur Espinoza Maria Torres Espinoza Ronald Howard Estabrook Carolyn Vigil Estrada Jennie Isabel Estrada Ruben Ortiz Estrada Marilyn Yvonne Fields Helen Louise Fletcher Raymond Harvey Fogo Karen Lou Foxhoven Gloria Eileen Fraser Rea Frease Norman Edward Frost, Jr. Carolyn Golden Fry Jerry Lee Gaither Mary Ann Gallagher Yvonne Lee Gallegos Barbara Joan Gatgley Sharon Lynn Gates Larry Gibbs Carl Dennis Gieck Manuel Cabrera Gonzalez Mary Helen Gonzales Avriel Dawn Henry David Paul Heppler David Allen Herfurth Joseph Hernandez Robert Herzog Gary Robert Hixon Dee Ann Hoatson : Robert Harold Holbrook Frances Louise Hooper Mary Ellen House Donald William Houston I Ronald Leon Howe Dave Stewart Hoye Patricia Hunter Virginia Mae Hunter Martha Ann Inman Judith Margaret Ivey Anthony Bryson James Cheryel Ann James Leonard Leon Jared Joan Kae Jensen I Claudia Elizabeth Johnson Gary Frederick Johnson Karen Johnson Richard Samuel Johnson William Earl Jones Linda Kay Kaiser Kathleen Marie Keller Charles Richard Kelton Joanne Martha Kerby William Harold Kindred Barbara Sue Kirkpatrick Jerome Joseph Kluever William Everett Kohl Donna Lee Kyle James Robert Lane Roger Layton Lapp Daryl Neil Larimer Jami^ Far] LaZansky Antionette Barbara Lazarich Mary Ruth Lee John Hollis Lenox, Jr. Billie Joan Lester Ruby Jewel Lewis Darryl Merwin Lizer Josephine Julie Lopez Rudy Diaz Lopez Barbara Jean Luckey Hosea Theodore Luckey John Edwin Lundberg Barbara Ann Lundeen Jacqueline Roberta McBeth Leonard Joseph McDonald .Ronnie Fay McEntyre Barbara Ann McLaughlin Robert Chapman McMillan Barbara Ellen McMillen I Gary Leon McNeece Robert Madrid Henry Tovar Magana Martha Ann Magee Rosalind Lynda Majeno John Gordon Manion Josephine Gloria Maria Barbara Rae Marshall Conception Martinez Eddie C. Martinez Martha C. Martinez Scott Spencer Massey,Jr. Catherine LaVern Matthews Robert Van Mayo George Leonardo Mendez LeRoy Raymond Meintzer Maurice Arthur Mellencamp John Ellis Miller I Albert Joe Minker Patsy Ann Mitchell James Seiji Mitobe Sarah Frances Mixon Norma Ann Monzon David Leroy Mooney Martin J. Mooney Brooks Asburn Moore Clarice Faye Moore , Deanna Moore ! Alfred Augustine Mora .Ofelia Eleanor Moreno Lawrence Edward Morgan Richard Robert Moriarty I Rene Elizabeth Morrison i Beverly Ann Mortensen ’James Luther Moseley George Raynor Muenich III David Munoz 'Judith Ann Hamer Musgrave ’Joseph Scheib Napier Shirley Ann Nason Lee Norval Nerdahl William Gregory Nesen Anthony Allan Nevison Albert Allen Newlin Wilma Jean Nichols Robert James Oehler John Lincoln Ogburn John William Olmsted Linda Nan Olsen Reynaldo Roman Ortiz Betty Joyce Padilla Judith Gloria Palonsky Mary Joanne Paul Jeanne Raye Paulson Loren Lamare Peacock Steve Buttner Pedroza Carole Josephine Peltier Myrtle Gayle Pepple Catherine Naomi Perate Frances Cecelia Perez Raymund Edward Perez Judith Elizabeth Pfeiler Joan Marlene Phillips Leonard Freeman Pickens Marion Pickering Robert Ortiz Pina Edward Brian Plummer Irene Cynthia Ponce Phyllis JoAnne Porter Evelyn Clarise Prescott Richard Lewis Pugh Michael Lee Purdy 'Eugenia AlicePutnam Jesus Thomas Quiroz Cynthia Sue Ramirez Herman Ramirez Ralph Daniel Ramos Darrel Gene Ranger James LeRoy Rankin Gwendolyn Faye Rapert Mary Elizabeth Raugust Mary Gloria Razo [Gerald Lynn Reese Mary Lenora Renfro Paul Howard Reno Diane Josephine Retzlaff Angie Revelez Carol Adeline Rice Dorothy Evelyn Rice Rodney Wayne Rice Reuben Richard Riley William Clarence Ritchey Jerry Manuel Rivera Thomas Aubrey Roades Earl Loyd Roberts David Emanuel Robinson Sally Jean Robrecht Louis Rodriguez Richard Rodarte Rodriguez Alvin Dale Rogers Marjorie Earle Rogers Janice Isabelle Rolls James Albert Homines Anna Marie Rosas Adolpho Rosales Charles Edward Ruyle Oscar Colmenero Salinas Lois Yvonne Salisbury Linda Rey Sandborn Joyce Marie Sawyer Valerie Ann Schaerges Edward Richard Schilbrack Donald Richard Schockow Sally Sedlacek Ann Pauline Sheeter Jo Ann Silva Regina Arlene Simmons Irma Rose Singh Phyllys Ann Small Barbara Earlene Smith Carolyn Sue Smith Jerry Ray Smith Jack Richard Snyder Marietta Jane Soo Hoo Marina Compero Sosa Petra Vega Sosa Patricia Jo Spohn Donna Lee Stevenson Joan Sue Strickland Richard Blair Stroh Jeraldine Jo Stroud Elaine Ruth Suelter Anita Corrine Sullivan Peggve Jane Sullivan Joe Claude Swindle Phillip Skeets Swor Roger William Tait Abraham Masamichi Takasugf Gloria Anne Talley Misako Tanaka Nancy Tanner Braxton Junior Tatum Betty Corrine Taylor Janet May Taylor Patricia Ann Taylor Judith Ann Thomson Jimmy Eugene Throckmorton Warren Jay Thurmond Donna Lea Todd Hideki Harold Tokuyama Alfred Ronald Toutz Brooks Gilbert Townsend Alice Zuniga Trejo Mildred Phyllis Trujillo Yasuya Yattie Umeda Curtis Stanley Underwood Lydia Valle Donald Norman VanNostrand Noel Edwin VanSlyke Ramona Barbara Vasquez Robert Vasquez Bema Jean Vineyard Tamy Lou Waggoner James Edward Wallace Linda Lue Warn Ronald Joe Weaver Eugene Webster Kenneth Joyce Weldin Jay Alan White David Roy Wicklander Marlys A. Wiemers Diane Lucille Wilcox Gwindolyn Lee Wilhelm Bobbie Jean Wilkins Frank Junior Williams Gwendolyn Dorothy Williams Michael Erie Williams Kenneth Gary Wilson Thomas Peter Wolf James Stuart Wooley Merlene Alice Wysinger Jose Raymundo Ybarra (William Eugene Yetter Stephen Albert Yung William Joseph Ziese Raymond Zuniga OXNARD EVENING HIGH SCHOOL Esperanza R. Alvarado :Mary Baldonado Andrew Arnold Breland Helen Dunham Broline Betty Jean Dickerson Frankie Jean Fletcher Jose Antonio Franco Marjorie Dunph Franklin Joe Andrade Garcia Henry H. Gonzalez Barbara Sinkey Hardeman Pauline Mansfield Harris John Miles Kendall Robert Eugene Lambert Virginia Belle Long Wayne Allen Lowry William R. McMurray Bobby Gene Mima Bertha Baldonado Moraga Carl Neal Iona Beatrice Necessary Ruth May McEuin Necessary Doretha Jane Pigg James Claude Plymala David Real Regimbal John Hernandez Reyes Eunice Hegna Robinett Frances Bernardine Schuhart Clinton Edward Taylor Eugene E. Tyler Caroline Montano Vargas Orlamay Whitcomb Wallace Bruce A. Walters Sue Herring Warner Marie Gammon Wells Bemita Stewart Wilkasen Carmen Varela Ybarra VETERANS Robert George Aggas Augustine Zuniga Avila Edward F. Brown Lz Stewart Buchanan Arthur D. Buckheim Thelbert W. Butler Emile J. Cote Glen Alden Danks Russell Allen Dunn William Alford Dunn John Theodore Gabriel Robert Pineda Garcia Robert N. G iff in Joseph Medina Gondarilla Frank Gruber James E. Hatmaker Otto Lloyd Henke Fred Henry, Jr. Robert H. Hicks John D. Johnson Sid Luna Bill L. McGinnis Francis Roland McCarvills Alvin Joseph Madruga Enrico Joseph Morlacchi Allan D. Muncy Robert Julian Najera Clinton J. Peterson James B. Renfro Melvin L. Sanford Henry O. Scott Hampton A. Stewart Joseph M. Suflita Larry James Taylor Way men Scottie Wells Paul L. Venable Alfred F. Villanueva Santos R. Ybarra Robert H. Zuhlke Oxnard Scouting CUB PACK 3232 A tattered flag which once flew over the Oxnard Public Library will be prepared for disposal by the Webelos Den of Cub Scout Pack 3232 as a mother chairman, Mrs. Emil Wake; assistant den mother chairman, Mrs. G. M. Lott; advancement chairman, John Antonio; special events chairman, Angelo Morotti; lion master, closing ceremony for the June Robert Tremaine. New den pack meet Sunday afternoon at mothers are Mrs. Measures, den. 2:30.    I and Mrs. Emil Wake, den 6. The meeting will be on the! Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kuhns , blacktop adjoining Kamala school and Gene R. Stelck were visiting kindergarten building. The pack parents at the committee meet-is sponsored by Kamala PTA. ing. New' boys to be taken into Richard Shannon, cubmaster the pack are Craig Stelck and j announced the change of date Alan Kuhns. and meeting place at the com mittee meeting Tuesday night at the home of Robert Tremaine, 532 East Nectarine street. The worn flag will be prepared for burning by separating Two Slightly Hurt In Auto Collision Two persons suffered minor I the field of stars from the (injuries in a two-car collision on stripes. The pieces will be folded Roosevelt boulevard, near Hol-into a metal container where |lywood avenue, Oxnard Beach, it will be burned later in private1 at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. and the ashes buried Mr. Shannon and Carl Ellis-man will discuss the proper care of a flag and the respect shown when a flag should be destroyed because it is faded and worn. Den 4 will handle the opening; den 6 will give a skit; the host den will be den 2. New committee chairmen for 1957-58 are; Committee chairman, Louis J. Garofalo; cub-master, Mr. Shannon; assistant cubmaster, Mr. Ellisman; institutional representative, Howard Injured were Virgil E. Lewis, 33, of 133 Oxnard avenue, driver of one car, and Ken Prosser, 3, a passenger in a car driven by Clyde D. Prosser, 35, of 425 East Kamala street. Filipino Community Pions July 4 Program In order to plan a Fourth of July program, members of the Filipino Community will meet George _________________ ___    at    7    this evening la Williams* secretary and publici-jOmos home at 1447 West Beverly, Mrs. Lloyd Measures; treas- ly drive. All interested are ask-urer, Mrs. Dorothy; Teron; denied to attend. ;