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   Twice recently substitute teachers have voluntarily come into my office to tell me how much they enjoyed the atmosphere of Kearny and working with our students.  These comments are typical of others I have heard from various visitors regarding the friendliness they have experienced here. So, as the school year nears the end, I would like to express, through the K.H.S. News, my appreciation to my fellow administrators, faculty members, staff, and to all of you loyal Kearny students for a very good year. Your cooperation, willing work and cordiality have made things very pleasant and productive.

-Lawrence Carr Jr.

Congratulations to the graduating class of 1953. That you have progressed, physically, mentally, emotionally and socially, is attested by the fine record that you, as a class, have made. I am certain the experiences you have had at Kearny will be of long lasting value and will contribute, Happily, toward the goals you hope to achieve. Working with you for the past three years has been a pleasure and an inspiration. Good-bye, good luck, and my sincere best wishes to all of you.

-Cleon Davis


   On May 1 the students of Kearny High School elected nine capable officers for the ASB  for next school year. It was very hard for the students to pick these officers, but they did a very good job

For the position of president they could have not chosen a better leader. Holding that office is Louis Repaci. Vice president is capable David Kenin. Commissioner of Finance is Beverly Underwood; Commissioner of Cultural Affairs, Fred Cooper; Commissioner of Organizations, John Williams; Commissioner of Publications, D a n n y Clark; Commissioner of Girls' Athletics, C I a u d 1 e Wheeler; Commissioner of Boys' Athletics, Jim Weir; and Com- missioner of Boys' Activities, Darrell Musick.



Editor-in-Chief.......................................Becky Beckstrand
Managing Editor..........................................Shirley Jason
News Editor...............................................Doris Sanchez
Feature Editor................................................Pat Hibbard
Sports.................................Jack Sinnot, Ken Schumacher
                                        Ken Claypool, Bob Schumaker,
                                               Don Callard, Don Branson
Art.............................................................Bob Chambers
Reporters................Beverly Underwood, Margie Pusker,
                                      Juande Ragsdale, Pauline Mora, 
                          Anne Harter, Eddie Trailer, Bob Ramirez


Business Managers.............Genice Altman, Leon Taylor
Advertising Manager.............................Pat Bowman
Exchange Editor.............................Wanda Morrison
Advisor........................................Mr. E. M. Peshel


Published Bi-weekly by the Journalism Class of Stephen Watts Kearny High School, San Diego 11, California



   For the coming hot summer days the girls are beginning to wear cottons.
   Evelyn McCormick and Angle Gonzales look cool in their backless cotton dresses with a matching jacket.
   The new Diana's of "54" are looking cute in their new summer outfits.
   Joan Coleman is wearing a cotton skirt with a plaid sport shirt with the tails out. To top it off she is wearing one nylon with a saddle oxford show and the other foot bears a bobby sock and high heel.
   Modeling in clothes from Suzettes was Carol Newlin at the Drill Team Banquet, ? red, bathing suit, and also ? black one with a drape on the side and a design on the cuff on top.
   Jan Cooper modeled a blue and white striped bathing suit, with a matching one for boys. She also modeled a one piece jumper with peddle pusher legs. Ann Webb modeled A blue terry cloth bathing suit with a matching jacket, plus a black and white striped blouse, skirt, and peddle pusher, ensemble. Shirley Bloodgood wore white peddle pushers trimmed with red and a matching white shirt with red and navy blue plus three gray ties. Thelma L a w s o n modeled white shorts and shirt trimmed in red. Jean Collins modeled a pair of blue shorts with a check gaucho shirt with a blue bat-wing pull over sweater and a yellow turtle neck.
   Peggy Cooper modeled a brown bathing suit plus a red bathing suit with white pleats around the bottom and an emblem on top.


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Alter, Elissa
Anderson, David

Barnes, Alice
Bayse, George Beekstrand, Eva
Bilyeu, Edward

Bishop, Keith
Blackner, Florence Benavidez, Connie Bloodgood, Shirley
Bone, Carolyn

Bonson, Norman 
Bowden, Pat

Branson, Don Bryson, Carol Brewer, Jackie

Butcher, Phil
Callard, Don
Carpadakis, Olga Casteel, Charles

Claypool, Ken

Cole, Ruth

Cole, Shirley Faye
Coleman, Rex
Cooper, Jan
Craiger, Jean
Craiger, Joan 

Cox, Connie Mae
Curry, Richard
Davee, Pat
Davies, Howard
Doren, Mary
Edmondson, Betty Doris Flick, Melvin
Folsiy, Margaret Gilliland, Richard Gonzales, Mercie Graham, Sylvia
Green, Alma

Green, Bonnie
Grow, Gloria
Hall, Beverly
Hanson, Charles
Harger, Donald

Hines, Janet
Hudson, Jay
Huff, Barry
Hull, Nina
Isenmann, Gary

Jason, Shirley
Jennings, Bill
Johnson, Loree
Kennedy, Norie
Krause, Larry
Lane, Elizabeth
Lawson, Thelma
Larceval, Art
Letzring, Forrest

Favorite Saying

Very unfunny
Got a fag or her kids' will never go hungry.
Real George.
All right, already.
Real drastic.
A penny saved is a penny earned.
For Pete sake.
Sure thing,
My gosh! Bev.
One for all and all for one.
(in chemistry) Open the door, Gloria.
Hummmm Boy! That's, good. 
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
I'm tired. Let George do it. 
Real crazy.
Mm-m-m boy, you're cute, but what a simp!
Might as well, since we're here. How 'bout that!
Ye Gads!
The best way to prevent war is to be ready for war.
That's the way the ole ball bounces.
I'll think about it, and tell you after I'm finished.
Stran--ge things.
Groan! Sauto!
All 4 one and one 4 all.
All for one and one for all - crazy.
That's the way it goes - no supper for Jack tonight.
Oh! Heck.
Get off my back, will ya?
Do what? Who me?
All for one, One for all.
Got dandruff?
What da-ya say?
All for one, and one for all.
I'm hungry.
How sharp.
Don't do today what you can put off till tomorrow.
All for one, and one for all. 
U-mm, boy, that's a cutie.
What a chincey deal!
Oh beans.
Coach Dowell has caught us again.
One for all; and all for one. 
That's the way she goes!
Crazy body, Chinook.
One for all, and all for one.
Don't do today what you can put off till tomorrow.
All for one and one for all
It ain't gonna rain no more.
Ah reckon!
No Lie man!  That's the truth.
Strange things are happening.
I'll toddle home.
All 4 one and one 4 all.
Here come H.P. Baldy.
There goes "Casper"  the gray ghost.


Likens, Helen 
Lohre, Stanley
Loos, Dian
Loudenslager, Bob 
Maus, Jo Ann 
McCarthy, Patty 
McCormick, Virginia McCray, Jim 
McDavitt, Dianne MeLaughlan, Rita 
McMillan, Steve 
Meals, Bob
Mejia, Fermin
Michel, Ronny
Millburn, Gene 
Miller, Curtis

Milligan, Doris
Mohr, Ann
Mora, Pauline
Moore, J. R.
Moore, Richard 
Moore, Stan
Munger, Steve 
Newlin, Carol
Offutt, Shirley
Parrish, Jack
Ponse, Gloria
Ramsey, Billie 
Ramsey, Ferrel 
Reierson, Donald

Rice, Earlene 
Robinson, Ken 
Robley, Robert 
Ryland, Sheldon Schumacher, Ken 
Schwend, Fred
Scott, Art
Sejkora, Marilu 
Sesma, Henry
Shaw, Sol
Shepard, Joan

Sherkenback, Jerry 
Sneed, Jack

Stark, Marjorie
Stolzoff, Gordon 
Stradely, Nancy 
Sullivan, Roma
Taylor, Leone 
Thach, Claudia
Townsend, Joyce 
Tulloch, Bob
Tweed, Annetta
Wakefield, Darlene
Webb, Ann
Webster, Don

Werts, Jack
Whitney, Lou
Wood, Florence
Wood, Kirby

Wrenn, Allen
Wright, Clarence
Young, Bill
Younker. Bob

Favorite Sayings

One for all and all for one. 
No flies enter a closed mouth. 
Did I pull a stupid one that time!
Where I was - - - .
All for one, one for all.
Oh Crum!
All for one, and one for all. Stomincha.
Go like crazy.
One for all & all for one. 
Don't be that way about it. 
Speak softly but carry a big stick.
--Oh my gosh, my golly.
What do ya' say, boy? 
I am sorry, I don't know what to tell you.
How fine!
Look at that crazy looking daddy.
All kinds of crazy--?
Howdy thar!
Am I getting through to you? Viva Zapata.
Are you a Yankee, or a Rebel? 
All 4 one and one 4 all.
He's gone-he's got to go, to go!
That's a frantic bit!
Man, nervous character.
All for one and one for all.
All for one and one for all. 
Believe me, it's true, every word of it '
O.K. swell!
That's beside the point.
Come what may.
Strange things are happening. 
Fat man!
Sho'am thirsty.
Let's cut out.
Hey man, what's happening? 
Cool breeze.
Don't do today what you can Put Off till tomorrow.
May I help you please?
How do you like them apples, Susan?
That's ping-pong.
Let's live a little
I'll be dog-gun!
One for all and all for one.
I got two words for you
M-m-m, Boy!
All of me.
Isn't she nice?
All for one and one for all
It isn't funny, Gloria.
All for one, one for all.
Don't do today what you can put off until tomorrow.
I hope to tell you.
It's not worth a wooden nickel.
Dear John:
You only get as much out of something as you put into it.
That's a frantic bit!
Why Don't You Believe Me?
Eat, drink, and be merry.

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