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ENTERTAINMENT was at its best when Leta Bouchey, Betty Smith and Myrna Kincaid entertained the audiences during the Stockton United Fund Telethon with humorous commercials throughout the years. This picture is from 1997 when the trio did advertisements for Waller Motor Company, Shorty’s Service, the Stockton Sentinel and Webster’s Food Pride during the annual October event. Lucia Hamilton wrote the commercials for the ladies.
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THE 1997 SHS HOMECOMING ROYALTY CANDIDATES were (from left): Seph Bellerive, Misty Bice, Josh Perez, Laura Gasper, Joey Casad, Sarah Moll, Chris Look and Shelly Lewis. Seniors Misty Bice and Seph Bellerive were crowned queen and king that year.
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THIS YESTERYEAR PHOTO was taken nearly 100 years ago in front of Seven Falls in Colorado. Pictured are from left are: A.R. (Chub), Irma (Reed) Baxter, Victor (Reed) Baxter, Calvin (Ed), Clarence F. (Bud) and Fern Nettie (Gartrell) Baxter. Though the pose was not intentional, Lorrie (Bobbitt) Baxter and Garry Baxter, in 2019, had a picture taken in the exact same place as their ancestors.
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CHUCK WILLIAMS was the September Chamber Volunteer of the Month in 1997. He is pictured with Chamber president Elaine Davenport. Chuck had served as the Chamber president in 1994 and 1996, and was a member of several local organizations.

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CELEBRATING THE SAD OCCASION OF JANESE TOWNLEY’S 50TH BIRTHDAY IN 1997 were her fellow employees at the Stockton National Bank. Pictured around Janese’s desk are (from left): Connie Maddy, Joan Northup, Diane Keirns, Irene Nyp, Linda Roy, Karla Balthazor (partially hidden), Patty Johnston, Cindy McDowell, Diane Voss, Virginia Bice and Gail Cikanek.
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PICTURED IS THE STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL GRADUTAING CLASS OF 1933. Pictured are (from left starting with the top row): Norma Sinclair, Virginia (Kriley) Meyers, Fern (Vallette) Hamel, Lucille (Jones) Galloway, Thelma (Stephens) White, Kathleen (Stewart) Watkins, Hazel (Hunt) Lowe, Marguerite (Roelfs) Shasteen, Chester Lindsey, Mabel (Robertson) Milner, Everett Russ, Opal (Wells) Hrabe, John Allen, Helen (Leighty) Nelson, Russell Garland, Halys (Hulse) White, Lois (Loeffler) Fink, Everett Brown, Cora (Hamit) Robinson, Charles Reed, Wilma (Baxter) Weber, Morris Phillips, Norma (Livingston) Parker, Walter Lindsey, Ivan Combs, Ruth (Griffin) Marshall, (missing a name), Mrs. Zimmerman, Bill Skinner and Cleora (Opdyke) Schaumberg. (Bill Skinner sent this picture to the Sentinel writing that his dad had saved the picture and article when it was been posted in the paper 41 years ago in 1989.
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IN 1997, THE STOCKTON ARTS COUNCIL presented the play “Those Wedding Bells Shall Not Ring Out” or “The Bride Wore Green Chili Peppers” for the community. Pictured are cast members: (front row, from left) Wayne Madison, Whitney Moore, Bruce Barnes (on one knee), Julie Price; second row: Shannon Lowry, Cassie Waddell, Brett Schlaegel, Joanni Grover; (back row) Alton Hazen, Pat Waddell, Carol Barnes, Jon Grover, Willardene Purdum, Harry Purdum, Joan Balderston and Bonita Wagner.