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Oxnard Press Courier (Newspaper) - May 12, 1964, Oxnard, California Mexicans edited a Hanks part six tuesday May 12, 1964 elections put Betts in As Asb president Luana Henley thousand Oaks High students have Learned the results of the very close election of next year s officers last Friday. Leading the associated student body next year at the Post of president will Don Betts. His Cabinet will composed of Diane Taylor. Vice president Cheryl Polen. Secretary Bill Denman treasurer Ben Shearer. Sergeant at arms Betty gon Zales. Commissioner of spirit and Lynn Weyand. Commissioner of activities. The cheer leading squad for next year is Sally Otto head cheerleader John Hart assistant head cheerleader Judy Miller sue Berger and Bev Busser. Ami Berton was elected head song Leader and sue Ross is her assistant. Betty Hendrickson. Rita Cassel Debbie Akin and Annette Randall compose the remainder of the group. Cir Lse leagues leaders Are Micki Rucker president Allison Kimball vice president sue Courtney Secretary Reginia Risolio treasurer. Kirk Rense will Lead the boys federation. Murray Kornblit will serve As vice president Gregg Hanson As Secretary Bob Kraszewski. Treasurer and Steve Simmons As sergeant at arms. Latin week planned at Santa Clara Dorothy Martell j latin students under the guidance of mrs. Lowe instructor Donna Cottry and Janet Braz Eal Are actively making preparations for an eventful a latin week Quot to held May 18 to 21. A kick off meeting will held monday to discuss the weeks program. A master of ceremonies will elected also. The next Day each latin class will requested to submit a project for display in the Library. Projects will relate to the theme a res Magne rom cokes and cookies will sold for to cents. On wednes Day third and fourth year latin classes will present their port folios on Vergil. Translations of certain lines of aeneid will also on display. Thursday consuls of first and second year latin classes will put their respective classes1 work on exhibition. The week will conclude with a latin banquet and a record album give away the american Field service variety show is Friday May 15. A wide variety of Talent will presented for the Public a enjoyment. It will begin in the gym at 8 . Tickets at $1 for adults and $.50 cents for children can purchased at the door. Ticket sales for the ass on canopus show Are being augmented inter class Competition. The class which Sells the most tickets will have the sole use of the senior Patio for a week and will have a tree planted in its Honor i the future teachers of America sold Popcorn today at lunch time and will Selling it again on thursday. The profits will added to the present Treasury in order to give an award to one of its graduating members. The group is also in the process of conducting a membership drive for next year. A a Snow Cones will sold wednesday and Friday in the Vicinity of the senior Patio. This is a girls athletic association project tit the service club is sponsor the studen7taly was pre my an All out school drive for a Jan Jai film product of Chip and Yeen on Follme that surf Quot wed. Stamps. These books will no Day afternoon. To the enjoy Given to Hillside House in san men everyone the program to Barbara a cerebral palsy included scenes from the Rin Center to help with its annual con t0 Hawaii fund raising festival in sept. 0n ascension thursday. San cat roes dancing and entertainment a As Well As the presence of dads a made the evening of May 5 very successful. The occasion was the Junior class sponsored annual a father daughter the gym. Decorated with daisies and Fern. Was filled with the laughter and chatter of those participating in get acquainted balloon and snowball dances. The evening was highlighted folksong offered John Shea and Kevin Clancy. Bids were sold for $1. With the proceeds earmarked for the Junior senior prom Treasury heering saints each student is requested to inquire at Home about donating a Book to this worthy cause. The books should turned in at the student store. Santa Clara High s cheering Section will headed next fall and Anguiano. Marlene Metcalf Susan Borchard and head cheer Leader Janet Brazeal. From left. In Dwire. Front also Faro three winners thousand Oaks High school elections Are rotary and Kirk Rense. President. Boys fencer and winners have been announced. In duration officers for next year not pictured eluded on the winning list Are. From left. Bob Are Murray Kornblit vice president and Kraszewski. Treasurer Gregg Hanson Sec Steve Simmons sergeant at arms. To Clara students travelled to various beaches for an enjoyable afternoon. Seniors travelled to Senset Beach juniors to Leo Carrillo Park sophomores to Refugio Beach and freshmen to the much talked about Junior Zuma Beach senior prom is scheduled for _ May 23. From 9 . To 12 mid Sharon Cuccatto. Senior won night. This big dance will National honors in the 1984 held a1 the los Robles country Scholastic awards for her Pencil club will Wear formals drawing which was sent to with no destination As to floor new York after it received re length or regular Waltz length Vional first place awards for the boys dark suits will appropriate. Price of tickets a Sld Reed. Carol Clifford. Nancy tues will enhance this year s hueneme High Junior senior prom elections this week in Dama Loi h\nk8 performance As or Stark in the on their fairline in their Lovely formals. Class As. Elected to is Ela Tion week for and boy handsome in their pres de Quot Quot of the thespians re ., class and girl league not been announced gently other officers Are pm officers Abo for cheer Leader i Southwick. Karen person. Betty hueneme High Junior senior a vice president i and song leaders an Assembly a a a Gonzales. Marsha Elliott. Bey prom theme. Quot fountains Fane Henderson Secretary. Vin wednesday will proceed to Tours last week the names of the Buchser. Mind Peete. And poli the Annua event is ill. A Lrea surer. Alberta Day s Young girls who will serve As Ivy Gryder. Alternates Are gave held saturday night at the. A Veronica so candidates tor a s it pro. Chain bearers and the boys who Boyert. Renee Hester and Pat Oxnard Community Center. Historian. Ident Are David Kuhns and Roo Jwill Ushers at graduation Roberts. A hand painted mural will add a were disclosed. The Ivy Chain Ushers Are Bill Hof. Ben bearers Are sue Whelen sue Shearer. Don Betts Kirk Rense Kovach Shelly Puopolo. Carolyn Dave festering Steve neigh Williams Micki Rucker Jov hours Ron romans. Bill Den Ert Woodruff vice president Orn the wails or the Cen the senior class grossed a Laid la a Apison tor a Hilo from a Fountain Annoh t i a ago / Linda Heller and Dick Pidduck Ter while from a Fountain punch proximately $900 from the sense Mary Marv Jan ahead will How to served with for play. A rebel without a eight decorated cakes open face cause a proceeds will Divi Babcock Allison Kimball Ellen Man. John Larkin Greg filing sandwiches mints nuts Etc ded Between the senior class forester. Dana Silvernale. Hat son. Greg flick. Chris Walker. The Tom Dugan band will gift t0 the school senior class in Braaten. Susanne Hopkin. And John Granholm furnish music for dancing Rob breakfast and the seniors trip Carol weight Kathi Miller. Ted in charge of programs for Hie Woodruff will act As emcee to Disneyland Meredith a ase i Kraft Margie Vittum. Cami graduation Are sue Ross Jackie drama teacher said the cast did r Ione. Berton. Barrett. Reginia Shoults. Kathy Smith and Rita Jim Hammond who has just an outstanding lob Over 1000larr Lee Judice a. And order Loma Albertson and and Wendy Mckee treasurer. George Offerman. Kathy Scott and Tom Hufford commissioner candidates Arr Mary county. Susan Pedit Vin Mike Risolio. Barbara Horowitz. Lin Cassel. Completed a successful four Daf people saw the play which or president a netted to Marty Horner publicity Bever ase deems an outstanding sue u a inv a a Lyberg. Dee Hatter. Jane Hor Cess Vath. Becky Shamblin. Spirit Brad Talbot and Erie Roanhaus the Viking speech club will athletics i headed Mike Herron next candidates for class presi fall. Darrell Jones has been dents Are seniors. Frank a Row elected vice president Laura Fey Rick Williams Rick Pontes. The gymnasium Secretary aq5? Marc Richard Davies and John burst any freshman boy through the door the girls a teaser Tomt juniors. Doug Cotier and sue who is interested in applying gymnasium. All other students Annua. Pf1ech and drama it Lubs Russell sophomores Karla Van for membership in the key can Purchase tickets at the door an Luel we Quot f p Hei j meter. Tisa Hubbard and Mike club. Applications May of the boys gymnasium. Only a Yeager ers brought the following retained from Bob Dietz or or. Those students attending the As cheer Leader candidates Are suits president de Shaw vice James Lehr in room 14 or 22. Sembly will excused from 1 he revision of the school con Yoshie Sakamoto. Dama Hanks president Nancy de Pue Sec the student government class seventh period. Any boy passed the required Garni White. Nancy Broyles rotary. Judy Mcdonald trea class under the chairmanship involved in athletics will sex two thirds majority at a special june Horvath. Karen Toyohara insurer Donna Foster chief jus of Mimi Beales is planning for used from practice until the election Friday. J Delaine Ebat and Joanne Eon Oxford High Shaw . By Nancy de Pue Day. May 14. Wednesdays election at of attention Nard High school for . Officers varsity and Junior varsity cheerleaders and song Lead Tice Sylvia Chappell sergeant at arms Steve Breda commissioner of assemblies Gayla Kalp commissioner of recreation Sandra Hooge Mascot i Linda Kaplan. Varsity cheerleaders Becky Hidalgo head Marica Argend Peter Kane and Warren Junior varsity cheerleaders Susan Azbell Daphne Cooluris Maureen James and Maurice James son leaders Linda a proud leaders Oxnard High students have elected their Donna Foster treasurer. Steve bread. Ser vs.officers seated from left Are Nancy Geam at arms and Sylvia Chappell chief jus Depue. Vice president de Shaw president lice and Judy Mcdonald Secretary standing lie Geisler Vicki Smith Nancy Smithson and Cheryl Wolff. De Shaw has announced the appointments of Penny Pearson i commissioner of elections and Nancy Wolven. Commissioner of publicity. The appointment of commissioner of athletics is pending. Election of Sophomore Junior and senior class officers for next year will take place tuesday May 19. Petitions for these offices were made available yesterday and All valid petitions must returned to the class sponsor no later than 3 . Thursday. Susan Moore president of the future nurses club has announced that anyone interested in running for an office in this organization for next year must sign up in the nurses office. A future freshman Day to termination of the Assembly. Hueneme highs Campus is Tes. Held tomorrow May 13. The if this Assembly proves to ius 8 colourful array of song Leader candidates Are purpose is to give All Prospect a Success Oxnard students can Section posters candidates Are Sandy Miller. Carol Wiebelt. Ive freshmen a Sample of High expect similar events in the beginning to display those pre Irene Perez Eileen Bosacki. School life through skits and future. Election a willies a while voters Diane Taphouse Terri Harris actual visiting of classes. Are wearing those a wonder Rica Evans Rebecca Oliver they will introduced to can truthfully said that whose going to win expressions Jasie Loving and Donna Dusset new officers and have a Chance i. ,. The boys federation is Spon a r a i. A a por tunics Quot offered them in the Sorne the a Phariest Quot event of Joe Sontag Doser to coming Home Fields of sports clubs and Lea the year. The annual Beard Sontag former hueneme de ship. Growing contest which com he h who a student is $100 fenced monday april 27 . A a the students at Oxnard Are terminate on May 22. Which Aser re turning o Naid anxiously awaiting an appear Marks Oxnard a annual fron from Germany. Determined Viance on Campus of Bob eur tiers Day. King juniors have made two at Banks Karla disc jockey and this gives the boys a Good tempts to raise the approx the fabulous Dick and Dee a without making one mate $400 that it will take to Jess Ramirez boys federation up a pretty Wirey. The boy president reports that All this Talent and the explosive band Fly him to los Angeles from Hamburg. Who can produce the Best Beard in the three week period with their second fund raising the vibrant from the Cini Montout glueing on his mothers fab dance was held Friday night at cinder in Long Beach will Eye lashes will win the the Oxnard recreation Center. At Oxnard thursday May 14. First place Cash prize of $5 or a total of $234 is deposited in this special Assembly which the second place Cash prize of the bring Joe Back fund at the is to begin at 2 . Will take $3. Bank of America on Saviers place in the school gymnasium. Road. Bob Owens president of the Joe according to his Best Oxnard Letterman a club has Friend John Donnell is the students Are requested to buy their tickets in Advance. Admission Price is 25 cents and tickets Are available in the student store during both lunch periods and in the Library from 3 to 3 30. This will eliminate the confusion of Selling tickets at the door allowing More time a meeting tuesday morning at for the performance. 7 45 in the gymnasium new students who had previously i Letterman May also join at this announced that the hueneme a kind of boy who does no to have Letterman a club has accepted to goof off to get he a Challenge to push a vols Wagen from school to school. A definite Date for this event has not been set but there will elections will held thirs a purchased tickets will lie and time Joe Sontag is an Honor Roll student Allaround athlete and very Well liked. The former Viking spent his according to a local travel first 2vi years of High school at Agency it will take $390.60 to hueneme. He wants to a and Fly Joe to los Angeles from his friends want him to a Grad Hamburg John Hoff a that the uate with his class next year. Money can but raised

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