Bruin Den
Ho! Westward
Pacific Northwest Get-Together (3 Pages)
"Legacy of '63" Award Winners And Donation Form (10 Pages)
"Legacy of '63" Thank you, Donors
Kindergarten Baby (8 Pages)
Call's Fine Arts Center Pictures
Jefferson Hi Tide (4 Pages)
The Quad - Pictures, Newspaper Clips Etc. (10 Pages)
Love is a Many Splendored Thing (3 Pages)
Heartfelt Presentation
The 60's Club (3 Pages)
The Mid-60's Club (3 Pages)
Can You Believe We're 70?
70th Birthday Party (3 Pages)
Traveling Bruins (14 Pages)
My Town Rocks!
Hey, Bruin, Whatcha Doin'?
Precious Pets (2 Pages)
Class Directory (2 Pages)
Graduation Memorabilia
Senior Pictures (26 Pages)
Missing Bruins
In Memoriam (10 Pages)
In Memoriam ~ Highlights (4 pages)
In Memoriam Highlights ~ Postscripts
The Reunion Committee with Scholarship Winners
Meet Your Reunion Committee
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"The Christus" Statue 
in Forest Lawn Cemetery
Glendale, California


The above picture was taken by Linda Wride in 2004.


 "The Christus" Statue
by Bertel Thorvaldsen, 1770-1844

When Nazi vandals descended upon Italy, bent on the looting of art treasures,
this full-size reproduction of Thorvaldsen's famed statue,
"The Christus," stood on a Genoa dock, crated for shipment to Forest Lawn.
The eleven-foot marble sculpture was given up as lost.
If looters passed it by, surely bombs would shatter it from the sky.
Only a miracle could save it.
The miracle happened.
Christians from the underground hid and guarded
the great statue 
until war clouds lifted.

"The Christus" emerged, as it stands today, a symbol of radiant faith
kept alight during the darkness of doubt.
Jesus is here depicted as He appeared among His frightened disciples
following the resurrection and calmed them, saying, "Peace be unto you."
From the slightly lowered head and noble features
to the nail-pierced hands extended in blessing and invitation, 
this inspired interpretation of the Master gives a composite impression
of serenity, compassion, and love. 
Thorvaldsen's original statue, from which this exact reproduction was made,
stands in the Church of Our Lady in Copenhagen, Denmark.
A little old women who helped care for the interior of the church
once put into words what the sculptor's genius has expressed in marble.
Said she:  "To see the real beauty of "The Christus," you must look into His eyes,
and you can do that only if you kneel at his feet."
Author Unknown 



The two graphics on this page may be found at Glitter-Graphics.com





Click on the "PEPSTERS" picture below to see the
8 mm footage of our
Marching Band, Flag Girls, Drum Corps, Majorettes, etc.,
marching down Ocean Boulevard in 1962.


This video was taken by the father of Bjorn Fredrickson, Class of '65, and converted
from home movies to a digital format.  Thanks to Bjorn for this cool memory

Then scroll on down the page to see the Football Team and the Bruinettes.




Flag:  Wendy Archer, Susie Davidson, Carol Larimer, Kathy Baker, Anne Millie, Leslie Tucker, Sylvia Valera
Cheer:  Dave McDermid, Bob Chrisman, Danny Ehrler, Terry Campbell, Mike Bartell
Song:  Carol Fujikawa, Karen Berkey, Donna Rosen, Donna Laughlin, Kathy Osborn, Dianne Carner, 
        Sharon Suenaga
Majorettes:  Margie Lassiter, Sandy Dearmin, Jane Schwartz (Name Unknown), Marsha McDermid, Patty West




   Front Row:  Doug McKenzie, Stan Wood, Ed Rimpley, Tom Cadwallader, John Mauger, Mike Grijalva,
              Mike Wike, Gary Creagle, Pete Wishney, Ted Willenberg
   Row II:  Ken Ford, Rusty McWhorter, John Brantingham, LeRoy Roberts, Rod Everling, Bob Heckman, 
          Eric Conn, John Moore, Jack Harris, Steve Kunau
   Row III:  Coach Dixon, Gary Smith, Larry Stoops, Richard Fagan, Jay Corbett, John Tigner,
            Bill Mamelli, Richard Bradham, Ed Gill, Artie Chapman, Coach Rowland
   Row IV: Coach Johnson, Pat Cashman, Dwayne Endres, Tom McCormick, Stan Bauer, Craig Vestermark,
          Ron Rathburn, Tony Sutera, Scott Williams, Larry Dixon, Allen Kanasi, Dave Partch



FRONT:  Linda Tucker, Vivian Saatjian
ROW 1:  Karen St. Clair, Stephanie Brookins, Barbara Warrick, Pam Mamelli, Linda Kagy, Marcia Miller, 
           Sue Sherwood
ROW II:  Peggy Dreckman, Inez Guirey, Laurie Reynolds, Carolyn Nissen, Marianne Solsvik, Diane Webster,
            Danny Darlin
ROW III;  Sue Gilroy, Peggy Black, Marti Hill, Sue Johns, Sue Weathers, Laura Sokoloff, Susie Bailey
ROW IV:  Chris Marr, Jenny Mann, Gay Moore, Bonnie Griffith, Karen Kawai, Donna Vermillion,
            Madelyn Tinkler
ROW V:  Nancy Christopherson, Joyce Dixon, Donna Church, Pat Markham, Linda Mackie, Cathy Cody,
           Donna Halladay
ROW VI:  Diana Frich, Loraine Webecke, Barbara Sundell, Sally Sherbin, Julie Zeig, Sue Strobridge, 
            Kim Gottlieb
ROW VII:  Meredith McBurnie, Gretchen Savidge, Laurie Kinley, Karen Watt, Naomi Bjerke, Erin Moore,
              Robin Ross
ROW VIII:  Roberta Wall, Bev Boyd, Sue Lineberger, Jane Norkus, Robin Kennedy, Betty Ohr, Helen Giller
ROW IX:  Diane Silverthorne, Kathy Gotfredson, Annelle Price, Marsha Harris, Toni Cheney, Renee Norrblom,
            Beth Hubbell, Alix Epley, Carol McClure

On this page:  Wilson Drum Corps - Year Unknown

Webmistress Linda Tucker Wride
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