THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
NEET NAC TEEN-AGE CLUB
Sgt. and Mrs. Maddox, along with Yo-Hi students enjoy a quick lunch at the Neet Nac snack bar.
The social life of Yokohama teenagers centers about the one and only Neet Nac Club. The monthly activity bulletin always contains dances, bingo games, Sayonara parties, roller skating, and tours to different parts of Japan.
Recently the Neet Nac was moved to renovated barracks conveniently situated back of the PX. The new club consists of a large snack bar open to all Yo-Hi students during lunch, and spacious dance floor, booths and tables, a juke box, and a band stand. Last but not least is the game room where Neet Nac "regulars" revel in ping-pong and pool.
Daily movies, beach parties, hayrides, sayonara and birthday dances, pool tournaments, and just plain "goofing off" are a few of the activities of the Yokosuka Teen-age Club (Y-TAC). They also take overnight trips to famous places of interest and to cinimascope movies and Japanese plays in Tokyo. Each year their summer is highlighted by that indispensable treck to the top of Mt. Fuji.
The teen-agers of Sagamihara and Zama spent a busy year by attending many parties, barbeques, hayrides and dances.
To raise money for these activities several white elephant and cake sales were held.
One of the most important activities was the opening of the Teen Age Hang Out which was celebrated by a formal ribbon cutting and a semi-format dance.
PRINCIPAL - ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Miss Evelyn Barrett - Negishi and Nasugbu
SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS
Back row: Saida, Takehashi, Yoshii, Shin, Yamazawa.
Front row: Nagai, Maeda, Yamada, Fujits.
Photos from Philip Axelrod's 1955 Yearbook unless otherwise noted