Alexander Hamilton High School - Castilians Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1952
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To live in a world-free of
intolerance, free of dictatorship
-is the ultimate goal of man-
In our day. we have witnessed
the birth of the United Nations.
the re-birth of international
To this dream of a world free
of intolerance, free of dictator-
ship, this book is humbly dedi-
Editor-in-Chief "Joe" Grossman
Sponsors Mrs. Corolyn C. Clifton
Mrs. Lois Vinette
Photo Editors Phyllis Morks
Speciol Credits .leon Dolquist
Conn' dozen from Olympus and line among mortals-
Sct your goal, see it clearly, follow it with cleanli-
ness and strength.
lvleet victory or defeat, as each may come, knowing
full well zwhetlzer the gains be real, or the losses
Wear your laurels with inner pride and heart-deep
On your marks, Olympians!
0LTMPIA.N"5'4, S'52. Ton have chosen for the
title of your class the theme of the Olympics.
The Olympics mean perfection, and perfection
is no small matter. It means pouring forth
throughout your adult life plentiful amounts of
interest and of ejfortg it means zcork. But it also
means great satisfaction and ecen exhilaration.
You know the Creator has given you talents to
waste or to improze. When one sets at the adult
task of making onejs ozen way, of building onels
own good personality, and of seeking a true
understanding of his ozcn soul, it can result in
nothing but the good life insofar as that is pos-
sible for us human beings.
So have a good time at it and may your life
W alker Brown
OL11MPIA.fN'.S'! A name which recalls all the
glory of the old Grecian civilization! A name
zehich has been an inspiration to the individual
members of your class! It has been a constant
challenge to us to reach the high level of sports-
manship and scholarship exemplined by the
Golden Age of Greece. Good luck to you and
may you always remember to lice up to your
Edward C. Thompson
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Hamilton is truly
proud of its excellent
system of student body
Bob Hubbell has led a
dynamic cabinet to
great achievements this
FIRST ROW-Charlene Lacey, Charles Wright, Bob Student Cablnet
Hubbell, Myrna Stauber, Mrs. Gertrude Mac-Queen.
SECOND ROW-Andrea Blough, Sonya Wakefield,
Dolores Sloane, Verie Sinner, Carolyn lasater, Barbara
Silveira, Jean Dalquist, Joan Kerwin, Joyce Marks.
THIRD ROW-Gary Jacobs, Richard Barkin, Fred
Gardner, Bill Heyler.
NOT PICTURED-Steve lotterman, Richard Schulman,
Dick McMinn, Ralph Anderson, Marvel Martin.
FIRST ROW - larry Marshall, Barbara Silveira, Sonya
Wakefield, Joyce Woolfenden. SECOND ROW - Gary
Jacobs, Miss Anna Mae Mason, Isaac Bass. NOT PIC-
TURED- Donna Bordeau, Ken Lewis. Student Court
This able board of
. iudges, headed by Bar-
bara Silveira, has con-
tributed much to the
smooth functioning of
our system ot student
To be selected for this honor
organization a girl must rate
high in character, leadership,
scholarship, and service to the
school. These girls have main-
tained the splendid reputation
ot the society this semester.
FIRST ROW--Verie Sinner, Myrna
Stauber, Gwen Price,Valerie Wright,
Donna Bordeau, Jean Dalquist. SEC-
OND ROW-Nancy Anderson, Mar-
vel Martin, Dolores Jasperson, Bet-
ty Jones, Carol Ann Bergh, Nan
Breiseth, Andrea Blough, Donna
Griffin. THIRD ROW-Mrs. Bruce,
sponsor, Audrey Berry, Dolores Jac-
obs, Charlene Lacey, Pat Minton,
Janet Brown, Joyce Linsley, Bar-
bara Silveira, Barbara Levin, Bar-
bara Levinson, Carol Lasater, Mary
The Ephebian Society is a
Los Angeles honor organiza-
tion. The students in schools
who are most outstanding in
leadership, service, and schol-
arship are elected to life-mem-
bership in this association.
FIRST ROW---Jean Dalquist, Nancy
Anderson, Valerie Wright, Barbara
Silveira. SECOND ROW-Richard
Schulman, Betty Jones, Miss Kellar,
Andrea Blough, Bob Collins.
NOT PRESENT- Bob Hubbell.
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The Fashion Show and the
Cotton Day Dance are the lead-
ing achievements of the Girls'
League this semester, while the
Boys' League has sponsored
the popular noon basketball
FIRST ROW-Gary Baker, Ralph
Anderson, Pres., Marvel Martin,
Pres., Kerstin Pettrusson. SECOND
ROW-Mr. Crow, Sponsor, Peter
Banks, Bob Wells, Joanne Rudder,
Kay Martin, Mrs. Elliott, Sponsor.
THIRD ROW-Ray Quick, Judy Alt-
house, Pat Knotts, Carol Ann Bergh,
Boys' and Girls' League Cabinets
Green Key Club
Top honor society for boys
who have stood highest in
leadership, character, scholar-
ship, and service, this group
has served Hamilton in many
capacities. This semester the
Green Key Club has sponsored,
iointly with the First Ladies, the
Springtime Frolic Dance.
FIRST ROW-Don Lewis, Jim Hurst,
Bob Collins, Mr. E. Thompson.
SECOND ROW-Sheldon Freidman,
Bill Heyler, Steve Lotterman, Bruce
Collier, Richard Schulman, Mike
Abarta. THIRD ROW-Harry Freis,
Charles Wright, David Dirckx, Lar-
ry Marshall, Bob Hubbell, Bill Hall.
FIRST ROW-Mrs. MacQueen, Mrs. Smith, Miss Dunlap, Mrs. Bettington, Miss Mabee.
SECOND ROW-Miss McNeese, Mr. Green, Miss Neft, Mr. Rosemont, Mrs. Cole.
THIRD ROW-Mrs. Friedman, Mr. Koobatian, Mrs. Nugent, Miss Revier, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs.
Hartwell, Mrs. Clifton, Mr. Williams.
FOURTH ROW-Mrs. Bogart, Mrs. Snelson, Miss Risdon, Mr. Harris, Mr. Maclean, Miss
Mason, Mr. Westaway.
FIFTH ROW-Mr. Souders, Mrs. Gaustad, Mrs. Bruce, Mrs. Ahrentzen.
SIXTH ROW-Mrs. Starr, Mr. Silver, Mr. Guercio, Mr. Miller, Mrs. Andre, Mr. Crow, Mr.
Minech, Mr. Blaylock.
TOP ROW-Mr. Weston, Dr. Clemensen, Mrs. Kent, Mr. Reynolds, Mr. Parker, Mr. McCaus-
land, Mr. Martin.
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FIRST ROW-Bob Collins, Fred
Gardner, Nancy Anderson. SEC-
OND ROW-Georgiana Brown,
Mr. Weston, Sponsor, Betty Jones.
We thank these senior teachers for
their guidance and help in our last
semester here. We shall never forget
what they have taught us.
FIRST ROW-Miss Nora McNeese, Mrs.
Blanche Beftington, Mrs. Eugenie Snel-
son, Mrs. Gertrude MacQueen. SECOND
ROW- Mrs. Pauline Bogart, Miss Anna
Mae Mason, Mrs. Myrtle Starr, Mr. Rich-
ard Miller. THIRD ROW-Mr. Joseph
Weston, Mr. William Crow, Mr. Merle
age Tc 71
FIRST ROW-Janet Brown, Mike
Abarta, Larry Marshall. SECOND
ROW-Nancy Porter, Mr. Green,
Sponsor, Andrea Blough.
Directing the activities
in our senior year are
these top-ranking Olym-
pians. Our class will al-
ways be proud of these
Ubfmpzkzn Class Sponsors
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ACT: Sr. Bee Pres., Calif. Boys' State, Varsity Baseball, Boys' League Sec.
INT: Betty, baseball as a career.
NANCY DELL ACI-ISTETTER g
ACT: A Cappella, Jr. Phil.
INT: College, a certain fellow.
ERWIN "FLASH" ACKERMAN
ACT: Science Club.
INT: Girls, cars, sports.
ARNOLD S. ADLER
ACCT:-lzdvertising Ed. Classbook, Rally Comm., House of Repr., Camera
INT: Sandy, sales, happiness, health, cars, money.
ACT: Fed. Repr., Financial Repr.
INT: Money, a car.
ACT: Camera Guild, Boys' League.
INT: Being happy, to succeed in life.
ACT: Girls' League Sec., Boys' League Sec., Pres. of Chatelaines, First
Ladies, Girls' Vice-Pres. of Sr. A Class.
INT: U.C.L.A., clothes.
ACT: Boys' League Pres., Letterman Pres., Vice-Pres. of Barons.
ROBERT D. ANDERSON
ACT: Photographic Co-Editor of Classbook, Bee Football, Camera Guild.
INT: Photography, money, girls.
ACT: Classbook, Prom. Comm., B12 Council.
INT: Being happy, seeing the U.S., being successful.
ACT: Prom Comm., Sr. Tea.
INT: Paul, modeling, boats, Catalina, "Bop."
ROGER FRANKLIN AVAN
ACT: Fed. Production.
INT: Cars, flying, girls.
LUCILLE ANN AZAR
ACT: Girls' League, Rally Comm., A Cappella, Theatre Guild, S.P.T.A.
INT: To be a success, my friends, traveling, music, dramatics.
BERNARD M. BABIOR
ACT: Grievance Comm., Grounds Comm., Plant Comm.
INT: Women, cars, baseball.
THOMAS "BUD" BAILEY
ACT: Varsity Baseball.
BEBE ANN BALDWIN
ACT: Cap and Gown Comm., Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: Fords, being a success.
ACT: Varsity Football, Barons.
INT: Betty, football, printing.
ACT: Sr. Prom Comm., Sr. Tea Comm., Carines, Rally Comm., Girls'
INT: People, U.C.l.A.
JOHN J. BALIAN
ACT: Sr. Bee Class Repr., French Club.
INT: To be a success.
HARLAN MARTIN BARBANELL
ACT: House of Repr., Plant Comm., Ground Comm., Nevian, Cap and
INT: Trip across country, college, my car.
RICHARD DAVID BARKIN
ACT: Sec. of Assemblies, Pres. Pon-American Club, Sr. Bee Hallguard
Commencement Comm., Nevians.
INT: Life, my friends, to become a teacher, and our "little cIicque."
ACT: Sound Crew, Stage Crew.
INT: Auto mechanics and electronics.
ACT: Business Club.
INT: Cars, sports.
ACT: Plant Comm., Latin Club, Rally Comm.
INT: College, money, Navy, Cadillacs.
CAROL ANN BERGH
ACT: A Cappella, Sr. Service So., Girls' League Cab., First Ladies, Talent
INT: Singing, acting, college, fun, a successful life.
NANCY JEAN BERKAU
ACT: Treas. of Carines, Corr. Sec. Jr. Phil., A Cappella, Talent Bureau,
Sr. Service So.
INT: Music, church, U.C.L.A.
JO ANN BERNARD
ACT: Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: Dick, water skiing, Balboa.
MARCIA ELAINE BERNSTEIN
ACT: Sealbearers, Pan-American Club Pres., Carines' Usher.
INT: An education, music, friends.
ACT: Zanderettes, G.A.A,
INT: College, sports.
ACT: A Cappella, Rally Comm., Pep Club.
INT: Family, church, friends.
ACT: Sr. Tea, Sr. Girls' Glee, Fed. Repr., House of Repr., Girls' League.
INT: "Donny Dupe," being Mrs. Peterson.
CAROLYN ANN BLINZLER
ACT: Chatelaines, Lettergirls, Girls' League, House of Repr., Sr. Teo.
INT: Steaks, the future, mountains.
CLAIRE AVON BLIX
ACT: House of Repr., Girls' League, Financial Repr., Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: College, clothes.
ACT: First Ladies, Student Body Cab., Sr. Bee Treas., Lettergirls, Bacco-
INT: College, for my M.R.S. degree.
ACT: A Cappella, House of Repr., Girls' League Council.
INT: College, clothes, ice skating, my custom Merc.
JEROME PHILIP BOIME
ACT: Speech League, French Club.
INT: Speech, art, '34 bomb.
ACT: First Ladies' Sec., Student Court, Lettergirls, Sr. Service So., G.A.A.
INT: Stan, a trip around the U.S.
MARSHALL M. BORDEN
ACT: Bee Football, Plant and Ground Comm., Cap and Gown Comm.,
INT: Phyllis, Cadillac.
ACT: Varsity Football and Track, Service Club, Boys' League, Fed. Repr.
INT: College, sports, U.S.M.C.
INT: Bowling and being happy.
JOANNE E. BOYD
ACT: Vice-Pres. French Club, Corr. Sec. of Cahos, Sr. Service So., Seal-
bearers, Ed. of French Paper.
INT: European travel, college, happy future, friends, teaching Business Ed.
INT: Don Buck, work and sports.
ACT: Boys' League.
INT: Chemistry, graduating.
MARGARET ANN BRANTON
ACT: A Cappella, Carines.
INT: Music, teaching, Riverside, a certain guy.
ACT: Golf Team.
ACT: Sr. Hall Guard, Camera Guild, R.O.T.C., Band.
INT: Having a good time.
ACT: First Ladies, Sealbearers, Pres. of Jr. Phil., Sec. of A Cappella,
INT: Music, college, people.
ACT: Gym Team, Track.
CAROL SUE BROWN
INT: Traveling, having fun, good iob.
ACT: Sr. Aye Sec., Lettergirls' Sec., G.A.A., Girls' League Repr., Sr. Tea.
INT: Sports, swimming, Balboa.
JANET DOLORES BROWN
ACT: Lettergirls' Pres., First Ladies, Sr. Service So., House of Repr., Girls'
INT: College, traveling, a happy future,
ACT: Business Club. K
ACT: House of Repr., Aeolian, A Cappella.
INT: George, Laguna Beach, my '51 Ford.
INT: Sports, girls, cars, photography.
ACT: Gym Team, Track.
INT: Money, girls, cars.
INT: Sports, cors.
ACT: Linparees, G.A.A., Baccalaureate Comm.
INT: Working, church, Ted.
ARLENE YVONNE CAPLAN
ACT: Sr. Service So., Sr. Tea Comm., Pep Club, Ushers' Club, Rally Comm.
INT: Adventure, travel, marriage.
ACT: Golf Team.
INT: Music, sports, university.
ACT: Lettergirls, Pres. Sursum Cordo, G.A.A., Pon-American Cab., Latin
INT: Boys, University of Kentucky, friends.
ACT: Boys' League, Pres. of Camera Guild, Commencement Comm., Var-
INT: College, cars, and to be a success.
LINDA SUE COCHRAN
ACT: Recognition Comm.
INT: Business college, music.
ACT: Cap and Gown Comm.
INT: Bill, good bop.
AARON GERALD COHEN
ACT: Gym Team, Track Team, Art Club, Stage Arts, Board of Promotion.
INT: Gymnastics, art, camping, our boat.
INT: Cars, girls.
ACT: Sr. Aye Vice-Pres., Track, Letterman, House of Repr., Nevians.
CHARLENE GRACE CONSTABLE
ACT: A Cappella, Rally Comm., Carines, Sr. Bee Holl Guard.
INT: A certain guy, my future, friends, happiness, L.A.C.C.
ACT: Nevians, Linparees.
PATRICIA ANN CORNETT
ACT: Sr. Tea Comm., Girls' League, House of Repr,, Prom Comm.
WALTER G. CORYELL
INT: Cars, girls, money.
ACT: Classbook, Sr. Tea.
INT: Good bop, drawing, good looking Jocks.
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EVELYN J. CRIPPS
INT: Ross, having a good time, iazz.
EDDIE W. CROSTHWAITE
ACT: Service Club.
INT: Money, girls, to be a bachelor.
BARBARA E. CRUZ
INT: Horses, travel, people.
ACT: Tamaracs, Tea Comm.
NANCY DIONNE DALEY
ACT: Linparees, Prom Comm., Publicity Comm., Rally Comm
INT: Fun, friends and food.
JEAN ADAIR DAIQUIST
ACT: First Ladies' Treas., Sec. of Publicity, Linporees' Pres Nevians House
INT: Church, U.C.L.A., travel
PATRICIA ANN DARTT
ACT: Chatelaines, Financial Repr.
INT: Don. E
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ACT: Stage Crew, Sound Crew. ' W :
INT: Mechanics, auto racing. Fiji-J I J
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BOB DAVIS 2' ,
INT: Girls, chemistry, more girlsmm 0
DOROTHY DE HART INORGARDJ 'i' I wx,
ACT: A Cappella.
INT: My husband, our happiness, a successful marriage
INT: Valerie, car, work, fishing, travel.
ERNEST PETER DE LAURA
ACT: Boys' League, Camera Guild.
ACT: Carines, S.P.T.A., Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: U.S.C., Bob, skating, Catalina, having fun.
BARBARA LEE DE PREZ
ACT: Rally Comm., Carines, Fed. Repr.
INT: Clothes, car, travel, to be o famous designer.
EILEEN PATRICIA DESMOND
ACT: Girls' League, Drill Team, Chateloines, Recognition Comm
INT: Ken, travel, clothes, having fun.
ACT: Gym Team, Wrestling, Letterman, Boys' League Rep
INT: A rich wife.
ACT: Camera Guild.
INT: College, photography, fishing.
ACT: Varsity and Bee Football, House of Repr., Boys' League
INT: Money, cars, college.
PATRICIA COLLEEN DONOVAN
ACT: Sr. Tea Comm., Girls' League, House of Repr., Fed Repr
INT: "My Joe," bop, fashion designing.
ACT: Stage Production.
ARTHUR A. DUPRE
ACT: Swing Band, Sr. Orch.
INT: Music, success in everything.
ACT: Lettergirl, S.P.T.A., Carines, Sr. Tea Comm., G.A.A
INT: People, having loads of fun, Canada.
ACT: S.P.T.A., Football Band.
INT: Bond and Navy.
INT: Cars, girls.
ACT: Bee Football, Basketball, Baseball.
INT: Judy, cars, success.
ACT: House of Repr., Boys' League, Fed. Repr.
INT: Cars, going to college.
ACT: Change Line, R.O.T.C., Lancers, Cap and Gown Comm Sr Sweaters
INT: Army, coins, girls, science fiction.
ACT: Sr. Orch., Football Band, Dee Basketball, Bee Track Ushers Club
INT: A certain girl, my records, my car, dancing.
LYDIA JEAN EWING
ACT: Conutais' Pres., G.A.A. Recording Sec., Lettergirl Prom Comm
INT: Catalina, making friends, college, fun.
INT: Church, sports, music.
ACT: G.A.A. Sec., Lettergirl.
INT: Ray, clothes, college, Balboa.
ACT: Plants Comm., French Club, Pep Club, PanAAmerican Club.
INT: College, travel.
AG-T: Varsity Football, Fed. Sports Ed., Letterman, House of Repr., Boys
INT: Joyce, football, money, cars.
ACT: Camera Guild.
INT: Music, reading, having fun.
INT: Cynthia, Navy, sports, cars.
INT: Girls, cars, school.
ACT: Emer. Drill.
INT: Cars, bowling, money.
ACT: V.P. Business Club.
INT: Girls, success in business, money.
SONDRA JOAN FISHBEIN
ACT: B-I2 Nevians, Sr. Camera Guild, French Club, Commencement Comm
INT: U.C.L.A., good times, travel, marriage.
ACT: Good News, Aeolian, Girls' Glee, Caterettes.
INT: U.C.L.A., music, clothes, travel.
ACT: Fed. Repr,
INT: College, cars, girls.
GERTRUDE "TRUDY" FITTERMAN
ACT: Seolbearers, Zanderettes, Tea Comm., Rally Comm.
INT: College, clothes, friends, Great Lakes.
ACT: Basketball lBeeJ.
INT: College, basketball,
ACT: Nevians, Sr. Tea, Sr. Orch., Publicity Comm.
INT: Music, travel.
ACT: Fed. Staff, House of Repr., Prom Comm.
INT: My husband, our future, lots of fun.
INT: Business, money.
HARRY T. FREIS
ACT: French Club Pres., Nevian, Green Key Club, Oratory.
INT: College, talking, people.
INT: Cars, girls.
ACT: Green Key Club, Pres. of Lancers, Swing Band.
INT: Girls, U.C.L.A., Army.
ACT: Camera Guild.
INT: S.M.C.C., U.C,L.A., photography, electronics.
ACT: Bee Basketball, House of Repr.
INT: Bowling, basketball, college.
FRED M. GARDNER
ACT: Sr. Class Pres., Football, Track Letterman.
ACT: S.P.T.A., Football Band, Sr. Orch., Pan-American Club.
INT: Cartooning, basketball, swimming, bowling, girls.
ACT: Track and Gym Team.
INT: Girls, cars, going to college.
ACT: Lettergirl, Carines' Pres., G.A.A., Girls' League.
INT: Tennis, having fun, going to L.A.C.C.
INT: Shirley, money, cars.
CLAIRE JOYCE GOFF
ACT: Sr. Service So., Girls' League, House of Repr., Linparees.
INT: Church, people.
MARTHA JEAN GOFF
ACT: Cate Cashier, Sport Enterprises, Girls' League.
INT: Following God's leading.
ACT: Theater Guild.
INT: Foreign Cars, George, Dagmar and Co., Englishmen, Ross Nicholas.
LOUISE ANNE GOODHEART
ACT: Talent Bureau, Sealbearers, Zanderettes, G.A.A.
INT: Music, U.C.L.A., books, art.
ACT: Carines, Lettergirls, G.A.A., Sr. Bee Hall Guard.
INT: My future.
ACT: Nevians, Commencement Comm., Cafete
MARION DOREEN GOODWIN y
INT: Dick, S-Ports, my future.
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MARLENE "LYNNE" GORDON ' f'
ACT: Pres. Theater Guild, A Cappella, Publicity Comm., Sr. Service So.,
INT: Dancing, music, people, Lionel.
ACT: Emer. Drill.
INT: Fishing, piano, girls.
ACT: House of Repr., Fed. Repr.
INT: People, books, a certain guy.
INT: Mechanics and sports.
ACT: Theater Guild, Commencement Comm., Cap and Gown Comm.
DONNA JEAN GRIFFIN
ACT: First Ladies, Lettergirls, Girls' State, Rally Girl, G.A.A., Vice-Pres.,
INT: Marv, the twins, sports.
ACST: Sealbearer, A Cappella, Zanderettes' Sec., Girls' League, Sr. Service
INT: U.C.L,A., people, the future, music.
GEORGE L. "JOE" GROSSMAN
ACT: Fed. Ed., Classbook Ed., Fed. Sports Ed., Publicity Comm., Print Prod.
INT: Journalism, administration, print, the future, the great and almighty
JOAN JEAN GUIDRY
ACT: Art Club.
INT: Art, horseback riding, sports.
ACT: Art Club.
INT: Art, horseback riding, sports.
ACT: Co-capt. of Football Team, Pres. at Lettermen's Club, Barons.
INT: Pat, college, sports, mountains.
INT: Cars, girls.
ACT: Swing Band
INT: Body building, drums, modern iazz.
WILLIAM DAWSON HALL
ACT: Composed Alma Mater, Rally Chairman, Green Key Club, Sr. Service
So., Talent Bureau.
INT: Composing, singing, band leading, arranging, bachelor.
DIANE LOUISE HANDELSMAN
ACT: Commencement Comm., Baccalaureate Comm.
INT: Eddie, my nieces.
CAROL JOANNE HANDY
ACT: Sr. Tea, Baccalaureate Comm., Girls' Glee, Cashier.
INT: Church, people, Bible College.
ACT: Sr. Tea.
INT: Grover, modeling, Balboa, bop, S.M,C.C.
CHARLENE LEE HARRISON
ACT: Girls' League, S.P.T.A., Prom Comm.
ACT: Linparees, Publicity Comm., Rally Comm., Cap and Gown Comm
INT: Yosemite, music, fun.
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INT: Michigan State, tennis.
ACT: Boys' League, Varsity Baseball, Barons.
INT: Devon, sports, college.
SANDRA MAY HAUGHAWOUT
ACT: Moth. Tutor, Commencement Comm., Sr. Service So.
INT: Nursing, sports, my theory, Barney.
MARTIN J. HAUSER
ACg:'II3ouse of Repr., Plant Comm., Ushers' Club, Rally Comm., Camera
INT: A happy future.
ACT: French Club, Camera Guild.
ACT: A Cappella, Aeolian, Bible Club, Sr. Tea Comm., Medical Arts Club.
INT: U.S.C., music, marriage, Bill.
ACT: Gym Team, Prom Comm.
INT: College, girls.
PHYLLIS JANE HEROD
ACT: Commencement Comm.
INT: Clothes, a gay time.
ACT: Student Body Cab., Green Key Club, Nevians, Bible Club,
INT: Republican Party, railroads, travel.
ACT: Fed. Staff, Lettergirl, G.A.A., Team Comm.
INT: Sports, writing, music, 'The Gang."
ACT: Lettergirl, G.A.A., Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: Dick, sports, having fun.
CLEON LEE HINES
INT: A certain girl, money, cars.
ELEANOR ELAINE HINKSTON
ACT: Jr. Phil. Pres., Sealbearers, Talent Bureau, Sr. Orch., A Cappella.
INT: My music, my future, a certain guy.
ACT: Linparees, Publicity Comm., Prom Comm., Sr. Tea Comm., Clossbook,
INT: College, having fun.
ACT: Tamarocs, Jr. Phil., Girls' Glee, Rally Comm., Bd. at Health.
INT: Career, camping, travel.
ACT: Lettergirls, G.A.A., Carines, House of Repr., Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: A certain someone.
ACT: Baccalaureate Comm.
INT: Making life worthwhile.
ACT: Linparees, Financial Rep., Nevians, Cap and Gown Comm., Bacca-
INT: Making life worthwhile.
ACT: Varsity and Bee Football, Boys' State, Boys' League.
INT: U.S.C., money, sports.
ACT: Student Body Pres., Chief Justice, Nevians, Bible Club, Green Key
INT: The Republican Party, debate, history, theology.
ACT: Bee and Cee Basketball, Aeolian, A Cappella, Baccalaureate Comm.
INT: Church, sports, music, and the gang,
DONALD CHARLES HUNZIKER
ACT: Lancers, Assembly Comm., Baccalaureate Comm.
INT: Models, money, cars.
ACT: A Cappella, Swing Band, Talent Bureau.
INT: Bob, singing, sports.
ACT: Pres. of A Cappella, Pres. of Green Key Club, Jr. Phil., Talent
INT: Music, drama, a certain someone.
ACT: Drill Team, Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: Dancing, modeling, having fun.
ACT: Sr. Service So., Sr. Bee Council, House of Repr., Girls' League, Rally
INT: To always be happy.
ACT: First Ladies, Drill Team, Rally Comm., Prom Comm., Sr. Service So.
INT: Occidental, sewing, people, travel.
INT: Having fun, iazz.
ACT: Boys' League, Bee Football, Service Club.
INT: College, travel, girls.
INT: Cars, girls.
ACT: S.P.T.A., Girls' League, A Cappella, G.A.A.
INT: A certain guy, swimming, having fun.
BETTY B. JONES
ACT: First Ladies, Sr. Aye Treas., A Cappella, Sr. Service Sa., Pres. of
Medical Arts Club.
INT: Walter Huhn, music, nursing.
ACT: Sealbearer, Sr. Service So., Zanderettes, House of Repr., S.P.T.A.
INT: U.C.L.A., my friends, a happy life, seeing the world.
INT: College, Cape Cod, and Debby.
TOBY ANN KANE
ACT: Pan-American Club, Cahos, Sr. Service So., Library Assistant, Latin
INT: U.C.L.A., a car, boys, dogs.
TAUBE SYMA KAUFMAN
ACT: Sealbearers, French Club Pres., Commencement Comm., Zanderettes,
Rally Comm. "
INT: The demolition of hatred on earth, law, music, a happy marriage.
CLARIS JEAN KERN
ACT: Sr. Tea Comm., Latin Club, Drill Team, Bible Club.
INT: People, good times, U.C.L.A., music.
ACT: Camera Guild, Classboolc Photographer.
INT: Fun, money, college.
ACT: Student Body Cab., Lettergirl, Nevians, Ed. of Latin Paper, Sr.
INT: College, my brothers, happiness, my friends.
FRED WARNER KINGSDALE
ACT: Bee football, Bee and Cee Track, Cheerleader, Sr. Bee Council.
INT: Girls, money, being successful in business.
JUDITH M. "JUDEE" KLASKIN
ACT: Ed. of Fed., Fed. Lit. Ed., Nevians, Commencement Comm., Sweater
INT: Newspaper correspondent, marriage.
INT: Lew Burk, dancing, work.
PATRICIA ANN KNOTTS
ACT: Lettergirls, Rally Girl, G.A.A., Cheerleader, Conutais.
INT: Ralph Anderson, the future.
ACT: Zanderette Pres. and Treas., Lettergirl, Drill Team, Sr. Service So.,
INT: Dancing, college.
INT: Modeling, college, travel, success and happiness throughout my life.
ACT: House of Repr.
INT: Girls, having a good time, a successful future.
ROBERT B. KREHBIEL
ACT: Bee Track Capt., Bee Football.
INT: Dixieland Jazz, college, agriculture.
INT: Mechanics, cars, money. girls.
JIMMY LA RUE
INT: Teresa, car.
PATRICIA ANN LAWRENCE
ACT: Classbook, Sr. Tea Comm., Prom Comm., House of Rear.
INT: Phil, U.C.L.A.
ANN E. LEAHY
ACT: Chatelaines' Vice-Pres., Rally Comm., Cap and Gown Comm., Pub-
INT: Balboa, college.
JANET LE BECQ
ACT: Clean-up Comm.
INT: Bob, Pasadena C.C., the Future.
ACT: 10th Grade, J.V. and Varsity Baseball.
INT: Going places, cold cash, good times.
INT: Cor, skating, girls.
ACT: Sursum Corda Club, Business Office.
INT: Iowa, a certain black-haired guy.
ACT: Swing Band.
INT: Carrying Gif'Ford's drums.
DIANE JOAN LEVERETT
ACT: Linparees, S.P.T.A., House of Repr., Girls' League.
INT: College, being successful, bran muffins.
ARLENE DONNA LEVIN
ACT: S.P.T.A., Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: Travel, be a good wife and mother.
ACT: Basketball, Track.
INT: Girls, sports, cars, college.
NORM LE VINE
ACT: Lancers, Sursum Corda, House of Repr., Boys' League, Sr. Orch.
INT: College, happiness.
ACT: Green Key Club, Lettermen, House of Repr., Nevicns.
ACT: Tamaracs, A Cappella, Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: Ronald Roase, happy future.
BONNIE JOYCE LINSLEY -
ACT: First Ladies, Lettergirls, Linparees, Girls' League, G.A.A.
INT: George, college, happy future, having fun.
ACT: Classbook, Theater Guild, Speech, House of Repr., Girls' League.
INT: To abolish the inhumane in humanity.
ACT: Service Club, Varsity and Bee Football.
INT: Merry, insurance, baseball.
INT: Motorcycle, car, money, vocations.
INT: A certain guy, knitting.
ACT: Sec. of Rallies, Green Key Club, Varsity Lettermen, House of Repr.
INT: Speech, U.C.L.A., radio.
LILA KRISTINE LOUX
ACT: Medical Arts Club.
INT: Glenn, our future, happiness, sports, doing the best in everything.
PETER R. LOWICKI
ACT: Noon basketball.
GLORIA ANN LUND
ACT: CounseIor's Off., Library, S.P.T.A., Sr. Bee Hall Guards.
INT: Bob, our future together, music, friends, happiness.
VIC MALZAHN, JR.
ACT: Camera Guild, Sr. Orchestra, Ushers' Club.
INT: Photography, girls, college.
ACT: A Cappella, Linparees, Rally Comm., Publicity Comm.
INT: Music, bowling, lime rickeys, flying.
ACT: A Cappella, Prom Comm.
INT: Girls, money, art.
AZT: Photographic Co-Editor of Classbook, Girls' League, Camera Guild
INT: Saul, college, photography.
ACT: Cafe, Orch., Fed. Staff, Advertising Manager, Sr. Service So.
INT: L.A.C.C., my future career, success.
ACT: Green Key Club, Speaker of House, Student Court.
MARVEL ROSE MARTIN
ACT: Girls' League Pres , First Ladies, Drill Mistress, Chotelaine Pres., Sr,
INT: Lin, having fun, my friends.
ACT: A Cappella, Fed. Staff, Rally Comm., Theater Guild Sec., Fed. Repr.
INT: Writing, music, Europe, horses.
ACT: Prom Comm., Tea Comm., Fed. Repr.
INT: Bill E., art, Bible School.
EVA JEAN McBEATH
ACT: girls' League, A Cappella, Financial Repr., Rally Comm., Theater
INT: Music, traveling, my friends.
ACT: Teo Comm., G.A.A., Glee Club.
INT: Enioying life, that certain guy.
INT: Photography, hunting, fishing.
MARTHA G. McLEAN
ACT: A Cappella.
INT: Pasadena C.C., Tommie, the future.
ACT: Varsity Gym Team, Letterman, House of Repr., Boys' League.
INT: Girls, parties, cars, sports.
RUBY A. MILBURN
INT: Raising fine clogs.
ACT: Fed. Repr.
INT: Women, cars, iack, bebap.
ACT: Varsity Football, Letterman.
INT: College, radio.
PATRICIA MARY MINTON
ACT: First Ladies, Lettergirls, Chatelaines, G.A.A. Pres.
INT: Bud, swimming, having fun, mountains.
ACT: Sr. Band, Sr. Orch., Jr. Phil.
INT: Girls, cars, music.
ACT: Baseball and Basketball, Student Body Vice-Pres., Co-Captain Base-
INT: June Jarnagin, Baseball, Pepperdine College.
MARY ANNE MOORE
ACT: First Ladies, Nevians, Girls' League Repr., Classbook.
INT: Art, success in Redlands University, having fun, observing other
ACT: Camera Guild, Boys' League.
INT: Skating, car, girls, getting rich.
INT: Skiing, iceskating, money, travel.
ACT: Fed. Repr., Financial Repr.
INT: Music, my hobbies.
ACT: House of Repr., Camera Guild, Audio-Visual.
INT: Beverly, Navy.
ACT: Prom Comm.
INT: Univ. of Illinois, boo, cars.
KEN F. NEIMAN
ACT: Gym Team, House of Repr., Assembly Comm
INT: Diane, college.
BETTY JOYCE NELSON
ACT: Sealbearers, Nevians, Cap and Gown Comm
INT: Roller skaiing, L.A.C.C.
ACT: Boys' League, Cee Track, S.P.T,A.
INT: Going io I e moon in a space ship.
ACT: Tennis, Hof Rod Jamboree.
INT: Cars, making money Ion my own pressj
ACT: Basketball, Pole Voulfing, Sr. Commencemenr Comm
INT: Constance Cooper.
EDWINA "SCOTTY" O'DONNELL
ACT: Glee Club, S.P.T.A.
INT: Success, see Scotland again, a certain guy dancing
ACT: Cap and Gown Comm.
INT: Money, girls, my cor, clolhes.
ACT: Talent Bureau.
INT: Being Mrs. Chuck Perry, bop, parfies.
DON H. PALMQUIST
ACT: Boys' League, Fed. Staff, Audio-Visual
INT: Cars, radio and television, girls.
PHIL R. PARISH
ACT: A Track, Cap and Gown Comm.
INT: Carol, money, sporls.
ACT: Classbook, Fed. Staff, S,P.T.A.
INT: To be successful and fhen get married swimming
LARRY FRANCIS PATTERSON
ACT: Sr. Bee Hall Guard, Lancers, Classbook French Club Camera Guild
INT: U.S.A.F., ie! pilot, car, money, girls.
GWYLA CAROLYN PEEL
ACT: Cap and Gown Comm.
INT: Travel Io Hawaii.
DALE WARREN PETERSEN
ACT: Military Band, Swing Band, Talent Bureau
INT: Women, parties, cars, money.
ACT: Girls' League Vice-Pres., Financial Repr
INT: A certain blonde, my fufure.
ACT: Varsiiy Football Manager.
INT: Sporfs, S.M.C.C.
INT: Money, horses, cars, girls.
NANCY JOYCE POLIN
ACT: Vice-Pres. Carines, A Cappella, Nevians Sr Tea Comm an
INT: Sfu, U.C.L.A., leaching, Io be successful in life
JO ANN SHARON POLLARD
ACT: Jr. Phil., Field Day Comm., A Cappella Cap and Gown Comm
ACT: Sr. Bee Sec., Prom Comm., Commencemenf Comm
INT: S.M.C.C., Social Welfare Work, and having fun
ACT: S.P.T.A., G.A.A., Sr. Recognition Comm
INT: Joe, traveling, and having fun
INT: Everything in general, nothing in particular
LESTER JAMES PREMO
ACT: Cafeteria, Book Room Financial Repr
INT: Engineering, cars.
ACT: Vice-Pres. First Ladies, Girls League Pub Chairman Pres Chute
Iaines, Sr, Service So.
INT: Making a success of life, happiness and my friends
MARY DONNELL PRICE
INT: Dancing, parties, my future and a certain guy
ACT: Football, Track, Barons, Baccalaureate Comm Lettermen
INT: Sports, cars.
INT: Architecture, sports, cars, Lois
INT: Money, girls.
DONALD R. REAM
INT: Hunting, fishing.
ACT: Rally Comm., Drill Team, Girls League Repr
INT: Fred, food, and fun
ACT: Varsity and Bee Track, Sr. Prom Comm Classbook S PTA
INT: Girls, money.
ACT: Cafe, Library, Sr. Service So
INT: The future, success.
ACT: Tea Comm., Girls' League.
INT: Clothes, the future.
INT: Tennis, swimming, skiing.
ROBERT J. RINKE
INT: Money, cars, girls.
INT: Money, girls, sports.
ACT: Aeolian, Commencement Comm Girls League Theater Guild
INT: Tennis, horseback riding, swimming
ACT: Rally Girl, Soc. Ed, of Fed., Classbook Chatelalnes Sr Tea Comm
INT: Balboa, bop, iournalism, chocolate pudding my 'Friends
ACT: Recognition Assembly, Bee Football Lancers
INT: Girls, money.
ALBERT L. SAVAGE
ACT: Baseball, Sursum Corcla.
INT: Mathematics, science, religion sports
ACT: Lettergirls, Girls' League Repr
INT: Mike, sports.
RONALD B. SCHAIN
ACT: R.O.T.C., Speech Activities.
INT: Electricity, social life.
ACT: Zanderettes, Sec. Rally Comm Tea Comm Sweater Comm
INT: To be a good secretary, marriage U S A F
ACT: Hearst Hist. Contest Award Sec of Student Welfare Green Key
INT: H. T. and E. K.
ARLENE MAE SCHUMAN
ACT: Carines, Sr. Girls' Glea, G.A A
INT: Horses, dogs, people, children
ACT: Linporees, Prom and Tea Comm Girls League
INT: Jim, happiness and fun, clothes
ACT: Gym Team.
INT: Brunette with brown eyes, getting married
INT: Aeronautics, dance band, girls
INT: Money, girls.
INT: Girls, nature, outdoors, money.
ACT: Noon Wrestling, Tennis, Camera Guild.
INT: College, my future, success, and happiness.
FRANCES DIONNE SHULTZ
ACT: Fed. Staff, Zanderettes, G.A.A., Latin Club.
INT: Being a reporter, going to L.A.C.C.
BARBARA JEAN SILVEIRA
ACT: Chief Justice of Student Court, First Ladies, Lettergirls, Rally Girls
Girls' League Vice-Pres., Sr. Service So.
INT: Larry, college, interesting people, clothes.
BARBARA J. SIMON
INT: U.C.L.A., dancing, music.
ACT: Baseball Team.
INT: Woodworking, baseball, dogs.
CAROL JEAN SIMPSON
ACT: Carines, Classbook, Aeolian, Sr. Girls' Glee.
INT: L.A.C.C., horseback riding, future.
ACT: Lettergirls, G.A.A., Girls' League, Cap and Gown Cornm.
INT: Church, baseball, happiness.
ELVERA AUDREY SINNER
ACT: S. B. Cabinet, First Ladies, Lettergirls' Treas., Conutais' Pres., G.A.A
Treas., Sr. Service So.
INT: College, having fun, Paul, clothes.
ACT: Writer of class song.
INT: Knitting, a certain guy.
ACT: Cafeteria worker, Theater Guild, Sr. Service So.
INT: That certain man, Brooklyn, horses.
ACT: Boys' League, Football, Classbook, House of Repr., Financial Rear
INT: Girls, cars, money, trip across country.
ACT: A Cappella, School Play, Rally Comm., Boys' League.
INT: Bible, music, success.
ACT: Carines' Pres.: Girls' League, G.A.A. Sec., Lettergirls.
INT: Sports, being happy.
ACT: Track, Gym Team, Basketball.
INT: Sports, money, a certain girl.
ACT: Girls' League, Cap and Gown Comm., S.P.T:A.
INT: Certain guy, having fun, clothes.
ACT: Science Club.
INT: Hot rods, math, and science.
ACT: Photographic Co-Editor of Clossbook.
INT: Photography, girls, cars.
MYRNA LOU STAUBER
ACT: Student Body Sec., First Ladies' Corr. Sec., Chateloines' Vice-Pres.,
Drill Team, Girls' League.
INT: Dick, having fun, swimming.
ACT: Linparees. U
INT: My future, having a good time.
BARBARA JUDITH SWARTZ
ACT: "Good News," Nevians, Zanderettes, Sr. Service So., Drill Team.
ACT: Carines, Jr. Phil.
ACT: House of Repr., Prom Comm.
INT: College, ranching, success, and fun.
ACT: Golf Team, Camera Guild.
INT: Bud, music, sports.
INT: Traveling, parties, college, guys.
DIANE JUNE TRENHOLM
ACT: Nevians, Carines, Coteretles, S.P.T.A., Lettergirls.
INT: College, car, Balboa.
ACT: Varsity Football, Gym Team, Track, Lettermen's Club.
INT: Gymnastics, my car, Verie, traveling, college.
DON VAN SANT
ACT: Swing Bond, Camera Guild, Sr. Orch., Gym Team.
INT: Horse racing.
ACT: Varsity Football.
INT: Kay and the Navy.
ADELINE T. VICTOR
INT: Good iob, certain boy, travel.
ACT: Varsity Football, Letterman, House of Repr., Fed. Repr., Financial
ACT: G.A.A., Financial Repr., S.P.T.A., Caterettes.
INT: Dancing, sports, having a good time.
INT: Dancing, swimming, Crestline and a good time.
ACT: Lettergirls, Tamaracs, Sr. Service So., G.A,A., A Cappella.
INT: Lower Slobbovian He-man, flights to the moon.
LYNNE RUTH WATSON
ACT: Zanderettes' Treas., A Cappella, Commencement Comm.
INT: Having fun., "
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Boa wArsoN gfrggflffy' -, A k, W -J.
Int: Jane. ' "5 A
ACT: A Cappella, Zanderettes, Nevians, Ushers' Club, Girls' League.
CHARLES JOHN WEISER
ACg: Cap and Gown Comm., Library Service, Bd. of Health, Financial
INT: Stock Market, S.M.C.C., swimming.
ACT: Financial Repr., Fed Repr., Election Comm.
INT: "Dick," bop, my friends.
ACT: Girls' League, Glee Club.
INT: My darling Ronnie.
ACT: Sealbearers, Nevians, Carines, S.P.T.A., Commencement Comm.
INT: U.C.L.A., teaching, happiness, success.
ACT: Gym Team, Basketball.
INT: Cars, money, certain girl.
ACT: Boys' League Sec., Varsity Track, Nevians, Commencement Comm.
INT: U.C.L.A., cute little blondes, a new Ford.
RICHARD VINCENT WEST
ACT: Sr. Orch., Jr. Phil., Nevians.
INT: Music, models, and selling sunsuits on Mt. Olympus.
INT: Hypnotizing taclpoles.
ACT: Boys' League, Classbook, Camera Guild.
INT: U.S.C., people, having fun. W
ACT: Cheerleader, Drama, House of Repr., Tennis.
INT: Camping, fishing, drama, cannibalism, head-shrinking.
ACT: Baseball, Tennis, Boys' League.
INT: 'I8th Million.
ACT: Lancers, Science Club, Radio Club, Rifle Team. '
INT: Mathematics, stamps, guns, fishing.
ACT: Ca-hos Pres., Jr. Phil. Rec. Sec., Sr. Orch., A Cappella, Nevians.
INT: People, camping, music, traveling, counseling.
ACT: Play Production.
INT: Music, radio, T.V., travel.
ACT: Lettergirls' Treas., Conutais, Sr. Tea Comm.
INT: People, having a good time, U.C.L.A.
ACT: Lettergirls, Sr. Service So., Treas. of Tamaracs, G.A.A.
INT: Flying, conasta, boys, having fun, money.
ACT: Tamaracs, G.A.A., Rally Comm.
INT: Cars, swimming, traveling, happy future.
ADRIANN JOY WINGERT
ACT: Drill Team, Rally Comm., A Cappella.
INT: Ronnie, the future, having fun.
BETTY JEAN WOOD
ACT: Pres. of 9th Grade Council, Vice-Pres. Carines, G.A.A., S.P.T.A.
INT: A certain boy, traveling, modeling, the 'Future and success.
FRED C. WOODLAND
ACT: House of Repr., Lancers, Radio Club.
INT: Navy, U.S.D., girls, guns, cars.
ACT: Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Lettermen.
INT: Athletics, swimming, cars, chasing mermaids around Catalina for
CHARLES MAYO WRIGHT
ACT: Student Body Vice-Pres., Sr. Service So., Pres. Camera Guild.
INT: Sonia, ranching.
ACT: Hami House.
INT: Sequoia, church, clothes.
ACT: Pres. and Treas. of Girls' League, Pres. of First Ladies Pres. of
S.P.T.A,, Lettergirls, Chatelcines.
INT: College and making a success of the future.
INT: Swimming, football, surfing, outrigger riding, and women.
I ZARET A
ACT: A Cappella, Boys' League, Varsity Track.
INT: People, college, girls.
ACT: Plant Comm., Sr. Camera Guild, Rally Comm.
INT: Bowling, girls.
ACT: Carines, Student Store.
INT: The old powerglide, University of Hawaii, my friends.
JOHN HEFFERMAN ALLAN MOWBRAY
TOM HOOKER ACT: Sr. Play, R.O.T.C.
INT: Cars, money, Navy. INT: Girls, cars, airplanes.
ROGER KROEGER GLORIA ANN NEAL
INT: Traveling. JOHN RUSH
JO ANNE LIND INT: Hi-Y, girls, money, skiing.
INT: Ronald Howell and our future. SfANLEY R. zlll
RONALD MIAO INT: Amateur radio.
ACT: Fed. Staff, French Club, Nevians, Athenions, Plant Comm.
INT: Rolls Royces, writing, government, and a Ph.D.
CLAS DMR Y
A few of our class arrived here at Hamilton as Bee Nines.
The rest of our class arrived in the tenth grade. coming
from the neighboring junior highs. There are over 400 of us
who will graduate three years from now.
September, 1949 to October, 1951
W?.l'P been so busy with homework and extra-curricular
actirities that welue had no time for class social activities.
lleee chosen our name at lastf Henceforth.. the graduating
class of Summer, 1952, will be known as the c'Ol,YMPlAlVS.,,
Our colors are powder blue and nary. Our class ojjzicers are
President, Mike Abartag Cirlsi liice-l'residen.t, ,lanet Brown:
Boys' Vice-President, Larry illarshallg Secretary, Nancy
Porter, and Treasurer, Andrea Blough.
We were supposed to have our Senior Picnic one special
Sunday this month. but it rained and so rery few showed up
at Crifhth Park. Those who did brute the elements had a Very
good time. i
January 26, 1952
Tonight was the senior Front given by' the "Ol.tMl'lAlVS"
for the HTahitians.M It was decorated in our theme, as is
customary, and a memorable time was had by all.
February 21, 1952
Today was the day that all of the "lll,YMl'lAlVS', had
waited for. Today was Sweater llay. During lunch we paraded
around the lunch court and then ate lunch and took pictures
on Elson Field. This evening almost half of the class cele-
brated by going to Chinatown. Olrera Street. Hollywood, and
Ocean Park l'ier.
T Eugeme Snelson
We have just elected our senior aye ojicers. They are Presi-
dent, Fred Cardnerg Girls' and Boys' Vice-Presidents, Nancy
Anderson and Bob Collins, Secretary, Ceorgiana Browng
Treasurer, Betty jones.
May 25, 1952
Our Senior Aye picnic was held today at Crifith Park. All
of us who came had a wonderful tirne.
May 28, 1952
Today we entertained our parents at the traditional Senior
June 13, 1952
Tonight was the Senior Prom given in our honor by the
"Tritons.', the Senior Bee class, and decorated in their theme.
June 15, 1952
Today was the inspiring Baccalaureate Service in the
June 18, 1952
Today was the Recognition Assembly and many worthy
"Ol,YlllPlAlVS,, receieetl awards for their services and
achievements. We also heard, for the first time. the Senior Bee
class song, and sang ours for the last time to the student body.
June 19, 1952
Today was the big day. After three years of hard work
and lots of fun we -hnally graduated from high school. Some
of us are going right out into the business world: some will
go to an institution of higher learning: and some will go into
thc service of their country-but wherever we go. we know
that llamilton's best wishes for success in the future will go
The time has come only too soon, when you, the four hundred-strong Olympians,
will be leaving Hamilton. As you look back-almost everyone does-you will undoubt-
edly remember the many pleasant experiences of your high school days. You will think
of the friends you met at your locker. of the rallies, of the games. and of the many
other worthwhile activities which you shared with your fellow students.
llve.. your counselors, are saying good-bye to you with mixed feelings. Naturally. we
regret to see you go. uve had the privilege of working with you individually, and it was
through co-operative eforts that many problems were solved and difficulties ironed out.
Mighty Olympians, you are on your way. History records that only Creeks of good
character could compete in the Olympic games. W'e hope that your education has helped
to build your character so that YOU may be able to compete successfully in the game of
life. Your country needs you. It needs your willingness to work, your courage, and your
olbffermen 2 Chl
This organization is composed of the out-
standing athletes of the school who have
zvon their varsity letter. During the se-
mester they have been seen ushering at
many events and have also led a success-
ful toy drive for an orphanage. Mr. Bill
Silverthorn is the sponsor.
enior eruice ociefy
Z .6 '
Hamilton is justly proud
of its excellent service sys-
tem, which encourages stu-
g dents to participate in school
actzvztzes and render service
to Hamilton. These are thc
seniors who have contribut-
ed the greatest ejorts to
their school, each having
earned a minimzmz of 35
service points. llr. Richard
,Uiller is the sponsor.
W' , . .'-., , :.-
Hamilt0n's A Cappella choir is
one of the finest in the city and
has brought much fame to our
school, through radio and televi-
sion broadcasts. Jlrs. Martha
Abbot is the sponsor,
To the tune of 'Tlfl1l67Zfidn
We're the class thatis graduating summer 1932
VVQ-'re the biggest and thc best, of that
vou always can be sure.
um 52 Olympians! '
mer aim Ong To our Colors light and navy blue
For outstanding scholar-
ship throughout their high
fchool career, these students
:till have on their diploma:
the Gold Seal of the Califor-
nia Scholarship Federation,
and are granted life mem-
bership in that orgarzimtiorz.
FIRST ROW - Claudell
Whitehurst, Lucienne Ka-
han. SECOND ROW-Elea-
nor Hinkston, Joanne Boyd,
Betty Nelson, Gertrude Fif-
ferman, Joan Weissman,
Sara-Faye Gross, Mary
Ann Moore. THIRD ROW-
Donna Bordeau, Joan Ker-
win, Andrea Blough, Bob
Collins, Richard Schulman,
Miss Mabee, sponsor, Don
Lewis, Nan Breisefh, Louise
Goodheart, Marcia Bern-
stein, Taube Kaufman.
YVQ all are very true.
We will make a peaceful world for all of us
to live in forever.
We-'re the class tliat's graduating summer 1932.
Vlfeire the biggest and the best, of that you
always can be sure.
To our colors light and navy blue
We all are very true.
- hy .Aiken .SDAIU1
Three years ago we embarked on a new venture. You began a
high school career which was destined to be one of the happiest
periods of your lives. As your Grade Counselor it was my aim to
help you plan your course of study in a way that would be most
beneficial to you. The personal contacts with you have meant
much to me. I considered it a privilege to know you and to work
Naturally, graduation day will be a happy one for youg I shall
look upon it with sadness and yet with a feeling of accomplish-
ment that you have reached the threshold of new aml unlimited
The Olympic Games with their competition are filled with
touching examples of good sportsmanshipg in the same respect,
your lives will be filled with competition in every form. Remem-
ber, that in a game it isnit always important whether you win
or lose, but rather HOW you won or lost.
May you be rewarded with a place on the winner's platform
in every event of life in which you choose to participate. Good
Richard M iller
Ha-ir-Jimmy La Rue
Ears-Mel vin Munman
Smile-Bud Cath rie
PIN-UPS THE BOY AND GIRL YOU WOULD HARDEST WORKING
Girl-Pat Minton LIKE TO BE LOST ON MOUNT Girls-Barbara Siive
Boy - Larry Marshall OLYMPUS WITH Boy - Chuck Wrighi
Girl - Pai Lawrence
Boy - David Dirckx
Songf"Cry" anrl "Tell Me Why"
Bea Cll -R oaa' .S id e
Female Vocalislf-Doris Day
,IIaIe I'oc'alisr-johnny' Ray
SS FA VORITES
Radio Progranzffack Benny
TI' Program.-MI Love Lucy"
Favorite Cripe-Kids Who Cripe
About Closed Cates
Girl - Gwen Price
Boy - Paul Urpin
Girl - Dolores Jasperson
Boy - Nick Aguilar
Girl - Marvel Martin
Boy - Fred Gardner
HAPPIEST AND FRIENDLIEST
Girl -Myrna Sfauber
Boy -Mike Abarfa
Girl - Paf Knoffs
Boy - Ralph Anderson
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Girl - Valerie Wright
Boy - Roberf Hubbell
Girl - .Ioan Kerwin
Boy - Richard Shulman
Carol Ann Bergh
Carol Ann Bergh
Sponsors: Mr. Guercio, Miss McNeese, Mrs. MacQueen, Mr. Weston, Mrs. Smith.
Pamela Fear Joyce Goff Phyllis Herod Scotty O'Donnell Joan Weissman
Marvin Fischer "Joe" Grossman Tom Hooker Nancy Porter Bob Wells
Sondra Fishbein Joan Guidry Taube Kaufman Marion Redfern Adriann Wingert
Harry Freis Joyce Guidry Judee Klaskin Harriet Robbins Richard West
Louise Goodheart Bill Hall Steve Lotterman Richard Schulman Don White
Gloria Goodman Diane Handelsman Sandra Marks Jody Stewart Claudell Whitehurst
Dorothy DeHart Marion Goodwin Charlene Harrison Sallee McFerson Lynne Watson
Sandra Haughawout Louis Nevell Shirley Weinstein
Sponsor: Mr. Crow.
Nancy Fagan Joan Handy Jeanie Houston Chuck Wright
Margaret Branton Lynne Marlene Gordon Gordon Huesby Norm LeVine Ray Quick
Regina Goodman Robert Hubbell Frances Shultz Ronnie Zaret
Jean Goff Betty Hoppes Charles Synold Bob Collins
Sponsors: Mrs. Snelson, Mrs. Starr.
Sponsors: Miss Mason, Mrs. Bogart, Mrs.
CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE
Sponsor: Mr. Smith.
Marian Schlesinger Maryce Zuckerman
Shirley Cochrane Dwain Hendrickson Ann Leahy Mary Price Myrna Stauber
Beverlye Fisher Joanne Hoag Marvel Martin Bill Ralls Charles Weiser
Sara-Faye Gross Betty Jones Jerry Miller Barbara Simon Jackie Winder
Larry Ennis Fred Kingsdale Jo Ann Pollard
Sponsor: Anne von Poederoyen.
Chairman: Frances Shultz
Janet Lee Becq
Eleanor Hinkston "Joe" Grossman Susan Brown
Joe Vargas Martha Mclean Marvin Fischer
Devon Fawcett JoAnn Hoag Nancy Polin Dolores Scott
Donna Griffin Betty Jones
Bill Hall Joan Kerwin
Charlene Harrison Marvel Mart
Eleanor Hinkston Laura Matheson
Serving as sponsor of the mighty Ulympians has lleen a most pleasant anfl
ren-arfling experience. I will always rememlzer the countless happy associations
I hare hull with the members of this class. People like you have been largely
responsible for making Hamilton the great school that it is. We, who remain at
Hamilton. will remember your bright eyes, your gentle good humor. Your
wholesome aml enthusiastic outlook on life, and your warm spirit of frienrl-
liness aml good fellowship. May every thing fine and goorl come your way as
you on through life.
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Easily recognized in their green sweaters i
with the Hamilton "H" are these sports-
minded girls, who are active members of
the G.A.A. These girls must pass rigid
written and technical tests, and are eligi-
ble for Lettergirls only after three semes-
ters of G.A.A. The sponsor of this group
is ,Uiss Anna lllae Alason.
The Olympian class is MW
proud to have such a large
number of Nevians. To be
a member of this scholastic
society a student must have
at least three A's and one B
on his precious report card.
Their outstanding contribu-
tion to the student body is a
tutoring service available in
many subjects. Miss Cora
.Uabee is the sponsor.
This musical group, also a coict
training group, performs at many
of our school assemblies and at
I, other schools. The choir often
20 lan blends its voices with the A Cap-
pella Choir in special perform-
ances. fllrs. .Uartha Abbott is the
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These Senior Ayes have worked hard
E y t lo edit and publish the Federalist by
t'oz't'rlnlg all news for jluhlication and
H rmtorirzg the Fwd to its former heights.
17 .llrs. Anne von Poederoyen sponsors this
, jederadal .Siu
FIRST ROW-Mrs. Anne von Poe-
deroyen, Judee Klaskin, "Joe"
Grossman, Frances Schultz. SEC-
OND ROW-lee Caseldine, Judy
Hicks. THIRD ROW-Toni Martinez,
Jo Salmon, Jerry Katz, George Fen-
ton, Bob Rehmar, Jerry Godnick,
ymlaian Cfaddhooh .Siu
Editor ---- - - - - "I0e,' Grossman
Sponsor - - ----- Mrs. Carolyn C. Clifton
ff Editorial Staff - ,Io Ann Hoag, ,lullee Klaskin, Pat Lawrence,
Jo Salmon, ,lim Archibald, Bob Rehmar, Gerald Solender
H Secretaries ----- Mildred Paskal, Carol Simpson
l Photography Editors - Phyllis Marks, Bob Anderson,
Photography Sponsor ----- Mrs. Lois Vinette
Photographers - - - Leo Braun, Sheldon Dienstein.,
Loren. Frank, john Kerr, Victor Malzahn, Sherwin Tarslfy,
Publicity Sponsors - ,lean Dalquist, Mr. Kenneth MacLean
Art - - - Pat Crealh, judy Lipney, Mary Ann Moore,
Aaron Cohen, Hank Shultz
Art Sponsors - Miss llrace Haynes. Miss Lucille Schulman
W 0 3 Advertising-Sales ------- Arnold Adler
' ' ' Sales Sponsor ------- Miss Anna Neft
Valuable t,.,1,',,,,,g in leademhip ij Special Credit ---- ,loan Kerwin, Mr. Robert West,
fumijhed to the bow of mg school by Mr. Thomas W'illiams, Mrs. Ruth Stephens
the R.O.T.C. under Lieutenant Ka-
nelis and Sergeant Cook. Hamilton
is one of the few high schools in Los Tlzvsf' students have zz'orlf-
Angeles to have a Reserve Officers cd hard to presvrzt a class-
T1'az'ning Corps. A L book they hope will please
adf, 00 C4 both students and faculty.
R. O. T. C.
FIRST ROW-Charles Wright.
SECOND ROW-Harry Preis, 5
Larry Patterson. THIRD ROW A U
- Byron Finley, Sheldon E 4 Q
Friedman, Paul White.
FOURTH ROW-Fred Wood- l
land, Norman LeVine, Don
Hunziker, Arthur Sher. TOP
Stimulation of spiri-
tual thought, and the
understanding of dif-
ferent religions are the
airns of this active club.
Each sernester the club giggggu ,J
presents an outstanding ,fttf
assembly, under the di-
rection of Dr. fessie if
Clernensen, th e clu b
This club is organized for
girls who have an interest in
nursing. They visit diferent
hospitals and receive the latest
information on training schools
and modern hospitals. Miss
Alma Hokanson is the sponsor.
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The Pan-American, the
Latin, and the French Clubs
contribute to the cultural de-
velopment of Hamilton ana'
promote understanding of
other peoples. Viczuing for-
eign language films. dinners
at foreign rctsaurants. Uljlfj
to art galleries, lectures, and
programs in forcign lan-
guagfvs arc some of their ac-
tiiztzis. ,Um Rzsdon is the
sponsor of thc Pnnzinier-
iran Club: lfrs. Upitz. of
the Latin Clubg and -Urn
Clifton, of ll1:'Ffz'71LlZ Club.
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The main service of the Linparees is to act
as hospitality hostesses to new students, helping
them to get acquainted with Hamilton. They
also have numerous other services. Mrs. Mar-
garet Davis is the sponsor of this group.
Filing the sheet music in the music bungalow
and serving at the prom and other school dances
are but a few of the services rendered by this
active service club. Mrs. Alice Andre sponsors
These girls are the cafeteria hostesses. They
willingly give up their noon hours every day to
help the cafeteria staj serve the noon meals.
The club is sponsored by Mrs. Stine.
This recently formed group is onc of the many
Horizon clubs on the campus. The girls perform,
various services for the school, such as serving
in the cloak room at the Senior Prom and at
the Sock Hop. Mrs. Eugenie Snelson is the
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BIO-B12 girls with a C' average. Working .hard
to serve their school, these girls serve as cafeteria
hostesses on Friday noons, help seniors with the
caps and gowns at commencement, ana' work in
the cloakroom at the school proms. Miss Carol
Dunlap is the sponsor.
This social service club, a fairly new organiga-
tion, serves the school by caring for the school
flag ana' ushering at assemblies. To be a mem-
ber of the club, a boy must have belonged to the
R.O.T.C. for at least one semester and be will-
ing to give service to the school. Sgt. Cook ancl
Lt. Kanelis are co-sponsors.
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This hara'-working club serves the school in
many ways. The main project of these girls this
semester was the planning and presentation of
the spring fashion show. Miss Nellie Rogers
sponsors this group.
The members of this social service club work
with Miss Zelma Revier in our library during
their free time. Here they sort ana' label books
and clo other chores. They also plan many social
events during the semester.
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the campus, the Talent Bureau, is composed of
the most talented students in school. The mem-
bers present the weekly noon talent shows and
perform outside of school. Members of this
group helped Hamilton win the Hi-Talent Bat-
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is the duty of this organization. It presents our
annual junior Philharmonic Concert, and is
responsible for the noon Musical Varieties. Mrs.
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This voice training group ojfers service to
the school by singing at the Girls, League Instal-
lation and various school teas. Girls are chosen
for the Aeolian and A Cappella choirs from this
As one of the largest girls' service clubs, the
Chatelaines give many services to Hamilton.
Each year these girls take charge of the school-
sponsorecl Thrift Drive and Red Cross Drive.
M'rs. Alarjorie Eddy is thc sponsor.
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Vice Pres. Audrey Berry
Vice Pres. Martin Adams
Sec. Carol Anthony
Treas. George Hall
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MIKE ABARTA g swings
his big bat as he has for the
past three years a varsity
horsehider. Two of the three
years have been spent as
FIRST ROW-Ray Elmore, Ken Siein, Al Savage, Mike Alaarfa, Ron lucas, Harlan
Cohen. SECOND ROW-Glen Posfon, Guy McElwaine, Martin Adams, Paul Mariin,
Marv Sampson, Bernie lebovifz. THIRD ROW--Sheldon Kritzer, Dick lommen,
Chase Burns, Bud Bailey, Don Moore, Ray Haskin, Coach Dave Rebel.
A well balancwfl' and talented Tanker' baseball team
fought through another season. The tram was foafhrd by
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A MM ,LZ , mining hall players who year hy his announc-
' ' Z - have a great future. ing.
FIRST ROW-Ralph Anderson, Ray Quick, Bob Collins, Ed Lafferty, Gary Sowell,
Bernie Polsky, Paul Urpin, Bob Krehbiel. SECOND ROW-Len Hunt, Don Hazard,
Don lewis, Phil Parish, Mel Clierman, Don Bott, Coach Dave Patterson, Couch
William Crow, THIRD ROW-Bruce Collier, Clyde Brooks, Dick McMinn, Peter
lowicki, Brion Bennett, Bob Wells, Bob Rehmar, Fred Sattes, Bob Steiner.
This yeafs track team showed that it wanted to win by defeating
three lffeslern League track teams this year. The mercurjvmen
were coafhed by Dave Patterson and Bill Crow. The co-captains
were Ed Lajerty ana' Bob Collins.
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man this season. Events in-
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both school and league marks BOB COLLINS-has been
with his league leading vault a steady winner in the gruel- -L4 -
of 12 feet MTM inches. ling mile run this season. H. f+wLT-r..
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City long-horsc Chain-
pion, brought their
Yank gym tc-am at
fourth spot in city.
Our golf team is rated as one of Ihr
best in Sozttlzcrrz California. The from
is spozzmrerl by Dave If1"estau'ay.
FIRST ROW -Charles Brassarcl, Don Thornton,
Alex Sutton, SECOND ROW-Jerry Mook, David
Felber, Sherwin Torsky. THIRD ROW- Bill Pines,
Juck While, Alun Cczsebier, Bob Hume.
CHAMPIONSIHUP G YM T EAJII
Hamiltonjs 1952 Cyrn Team, captainea' by Mike
Fruebairn and Dick Given, captured another trophy
for the growing Yank Trophy Case. This was the
squaffs fifth league championship in the last seven
City fourth place honors were brought home by
fay Rosenburg, Paul Urpin, and Chuck Dick, con-
tinuing the tcamis record of never having jinished
lower than fifth in city finals since 1945-a tribute to
the splendid coaching of CLAUDE TURLEY.
DICK GIVENAAII-League side- CHUCK DICK- W, nt
hom- champion, went through through thc season undt
tht- entire Season without a loss. ft-an-dq playing Hfth in 5,11
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