Alhambra High School - Alhambran Yearbook (Alhambra, CA)
- Class of 1945
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Spring Festival .... girls in tormals ....
boys with hair meticulously combed ....
the program one of the most delightful
vve've ever heard .... a big success ....
A grand music assembly .... orchestra
sounding very professional ....
Band concert .... gaudy colors .... five
school bands .... close cooperation ....
C-leeclubs .... Christmascarols .... strik-
ing robes ....
Lite in the Music Department .... glean-
ing fun from music .... giving pleasure to
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ln the day of technical knowledge, navigation, and mechanics, the Science-
Math department has an important job to do. With over half of each gradu-
ating class going into the armed forces, there is a greater need tor the subjects
taught in this department.
The boys must be well drilled in trig and physics for such jobs as navigator,
radioman, bombardier, etc. With girls the trend has been toward physiology
and chemistry to prepare for nurses' training after graduation.
Attention! Right dress! Left face!
Right face! About face!
No, the army hasn't taken over, but
the Boys' Physical Education depart-
ment has gone all out for the war effort.
A special course includes tumbling and
work on the ropes, rings, and parallel
bars. The gym teachers seem deter-
mined to make us physically fit or bust,
but sometimes we wonder whether it is
meant to build us up or break us down.
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" 'You've C-of to Ac-cen-tuate the Pos-'ture',, sing girls' gym teachers. . . .
we've seen how our gals have straighfewed up ....
Gym means anything from tennis to natural dancing, outdoor games, 'rap
dancing, corrective, rest ....
But 'rhere's one thing all the classes have in common .... , and before you
notice it, brush up on your hieroglyphics .... , then you'll be able to decipher
the names embroidered on those soxl
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The war has been brought very close to us by an extensive Social Science
program. Current events, movies, and lectures have made us realize how very
vital this subject it. We owe it to our country to know all we can about our
government, our history, and also the backgrounds of other nations, because
today no country is more than sixty hours away from us. Only a well-informed
public can insure a peaceful world.
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calculation, and various other courses prepare the ' ' 1
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The work ot the Speech department has gone along this year with its usual
proficiency. Plays, programs, debates, orations, and tournaments have kept up
their usual high standards, which were established many years ago. ln time of
war, when we are engaged in so many war activities, the Speech department
is called upon to till in many places. They have done this willingly and well.
The whole school is proud of them.
Many of us don't realize how closely art is related to other
subjects such as drama, history, literature, and chemistry.
The department is trying to build in us creative thinking in art
which brings us closer to all other fields. Nor should your concep-
tion of art be too closely restricted.
Soon, it is hoped, a course will be offered in the cutting of
stones which should prove very interesting.
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ln a world where the tempo of lite is quickened, the English department
P99dS-P9955 UO S!S9l-1ClUU9 -l!9l-il PSDBICI in reading. Special classes were offered
in which students learned to read rapidly and with better understanding.
THE SILVER PEN, a department-sponsored publication, reveals the creative
ability of these "aspiring scribblers."
Besides the usual grammar and spelling, a better knowledge of the world in
which we live is given through study of American and English literature.
The Home Economics department has been busy
this year. Not only are there future housewives
learning how to cook, but many girls realize that
there is a wide-open field in dietetics.
Of course food isn't the only thing our girls
learn about. Sewing is popular, and judging from
the good looking cotton dresses we've seen around
the campus, they certainly know their styles. The
girls have also been serving for the Red Cross.
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We have all been aware of the increasing trend toward understanding our
foreign allies, particularly those south of the Rio Grande and the heroic Free
French. The Language department has promoted this interest by means of
movies, lectures, and academic language clubs. The department is also aware
that in the postwar world many representatives will be needed abroad, and it
is preparing our students for that task.
Industrial arts and drafting compose the dual Mechanics Arts department.
The first year of drafting includes blue-print reading and learning the funda-
mentals, tollowed by geometric construction and exploratory work. The last
two years consist of advanced work. Home mechanics, elementary electricity
and radio, general metals, welding, and machine and auto shop are the subjects
taught in the industrial arts section. Ot all the departments, the boys' gym
included, this is the only one that doesn't hold much interest tor the girls.
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ROY KEACH POTTER
A banker is usually asked to give credit, but we would
like to reverse the procedurelto see that our A. H. S.
"financier" gets credit.
Checking the school's finances for everything from
football ticket sales to collections for club pins is no small
For all the hard work, so patiently and efficiently
done, we are proud to dedicate this l945 ALHAMBRAN
to the man behind the scenes in the Student Body Store,
ROY KEACH POTTER.
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We leave you our deaths,
Give them their meaning,
Give them an end to the war and a true peace,
Give them a victory that ends the war and
a peace afterwards,
Give them their meaning.
The Young Dead Soldiers-
Moors Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice
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BOARD OF EDUCATION: Mrs. Frances Burton, Mrs. Mary A. Cornelius, Mr.
George L. Yelland, Mrs. Elsa Pattison lSec.l, Mr. R. Leslie Sparks lPres.l,
Mr. George E. Bettinger, Mr. Aubry Miller, Dr. Samuel Broadwell, Mr.
e ust QQ lgifant
Of the million and one headaches of the Board ot Education, we at Alhambra High
School are twenty-two hundred of their larger pains.
Like the director of a play who sits back stage and never gets any glory, the members
of the Board work hard to make our school year the best possible for us, but they get very
little credit. Holding semi-monthly meetings, passing upon the budget items, being respon-
sible for the raising of funds to properly operate the schools, determining the policies under
which the schools in the district shall be operated, electing teachers recommended by the
superintendent of schools, passing upon petitions from citizens, providing facilities-all these
are just a few of the matters which must be considered by the Board of Education.
MR. GEORGE E, BETTINCER ,,,................ City Superintendent of Schools
MR. lVlAURlCE R. STOKESBARY ............. Asst. Superintendent of Schools
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The chief executive officer of this group is the friend of all the students-Mr. Bettinger,
the Superintendent of Schools. Besides his school worries his outside activities really keep him
hopping-serving as chairman of Community Service for the Ration Board and a director of
Red Cross for Alhambra. His very able assistant, Mr. Stokesbary, is always as busy as Mr.
Bettinger himself. Two of his most important activities are head of the Alhambra Red Cross
and Director of Curriculum for the schools.
Miss Mildred Crosswhite, Girls' Vice-Principalg Mr, A, Ewing Konold, Boys'
Vice Principalg Mr. Norman B. Scharer, Principal. -
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It was "Marching Along Together" that Mr. Scharer made his theme this yearf The
fine teamwork among the vice-principals, faculty, and students was brought about by Mr.
Scharer's effortsg we think he has done an excellent job. He can rightly say, "Alhambra has
reached and maintained its high scholastic rating because of cooperation among its well-
Keeping our girls in tow was the big job capable and popular Mrs. Crosswhite took
over this semester. Already she has been commended on her fine work. Aside from her
regular duties, Mrs. Crosswhite is faculty adviser to the Girls' League.
Mr. Konold is the boys' special property, but many girls have a claim on him too. As
added duties he is faculty adviser to the Boys' Federation, coordinator of our large club pro-
gram, and faculty adviser to the commission. A.H.S. was proud when Mr. Konold received
the National Distinguished Service Award as "Man of the Year."
omeone to watch Qver I e
This September a new improvement was made in our counseling system. In place of
having two counselors, we now have four with Mr. Stoddard as Director of Guidance, Mrs.
l-lood, Miss Turnbull, and Miss Strickland. Many a frightened freshman finds a guardian angel
in his counselor, who follows him all four years, and that's some job. lt usually takes more
than one counselor to keep our upper classmen in hand.
D. R. Stoddard, Mrs. l-l. Hood, Miss K. Strickland, Miss R. Turnbull.
Miss Della Leonard, Director of Child Welfare, Mrs. Muriel
White, visiting teacher.
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When a high school student goes out to get a job, he finds one of the
things he is required to have is a work permit, and the Director of Child
Welfare, Miss Leonard, is the one he must see. She is also in charge of
making attendance calls. As a friend indeed, she assists students in making
"adjustments" in school.
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"Miss Blount to Leave A.H.S. Girls' Vice-
Principal Position." Behind those few type-
written words in THE MOOR is a story of
thirty-five years of service and loyalty to Al-
hambra High School.
Coming to a framework building in 1909 as
an English teacher, she little dreamed that by
i944 she would be leading a group of llOO
Everyone felt as though a part of A.H.S.
was lost when Miss Blount handed in her
resignation last November.
After doing the customary stint at S.C., Mrs.
Edgecomb, who taught in Kansas before com-
ing to California, became a member of our
faculty in the Home Economics department.
After eighteen years she is leaving us.
Miss Effine P. Blount
Mrs. Farmer, who was Miss Merrill the first year she came here in l923, has been one
of the bright features of the east wing. Always ready with a smile when the door opens to
E25, she has made Latin a pleasure and has added much to the Latin Club spirit in the last
seven years as adviser. '
Coming here in l9ZO as the twenty-ninth teacher in the secondary schools, Miss Park-
hurst taught in the Mathematics department. She received her training at Kansas State
Agricultural College and U.S.C. She is leaving the school in May for probably the most
important appointment of her career-she is to be married.
Mrs. Louise M. Edgecomb Mrs. Mildred M. Farmer Miss Pauline Parkhurst
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ART, SPEECH, AND MUSIC DE-
PARTMENT: Row l :Wynne lSl,
Mayor lSl. Row 2: Walker lSl
Smith lAl. Row 3: Lewis lMl,
Rogers lMl Cavanaugh lAl,
Crumrine lAl, Fry lAl Boone
lAl, Kemper lSl, McCormac
HOME ECONOMICS AND MECHANIC ARTS DEPARTMENTS:
Row l: Starr lHl, Edgecomb lHl, Ranker lMlT, Row 2:
Thayer lMl, Parkhurst lHl Alexander lMl. Row 3: Williams
lMl, Smith lMl, Healton lMl, Kreinbring lMl.
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Graham QCP, Cothard CCD,
Cox ICJ. Row 2: Wade TSP.
Row 3: Butts KCJ Potter
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: Row It Edmondson KET, Lombard QED, Hannay
TED, Brown CED Row 2: Luttrell CEI, Dutcher KET, Lord IEP, Stromberger
TED, Smith IEP. Row 3: Powers KET, Ratkowski KET, Paulfrey KET, Liesveld
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DEPARTMENT: Row l :
Taylor lPEl, Richards CPED,
Bergman lPEl , Elsey lPEl,
Hess lPEl Crosswhite
lPEl. Row 2: Thornton
lPEl ik, Wilson lPEl. Row 3:
Hobbs, Kemp, Sowers.
4 LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT: Row 11 Murphy 41.1,
'H "gf Peterson lLl, Row 2: Stewart lLl Farmer lLl, Nelgner lSSl, Stahlke
I lSSl, Canavan lSSl, Wilbur lSSl, Shipman lSSl Row 3: Olson lLl,
, SI su ,Q .--Hedeen-lLl, Moyse lLJ, Elsey lSSl, Wood lSSl.
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SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT: Row I: Latham TSP.
Erwine TSI, Hood TSI. Row 2: Perkins QSP, Arnett KST, Beeman KSJ. Row
3: Thomas TSI, Davis CST, Green TSW, Cosand iSJ, Hooper CSI. Row 4:
Miller KST, Marshall ISD, Betts QSJ, Hastings KSJ.
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WAR mr THE PACIFIC
LIBRARIAN: Cosbey Gilstrap
A l Though spectacular performances are not expected from school libraries,
Miss Cosbey C-ilstrap, our librarian, has been able to add many splendid war
books during this school year.
As adviser to the Library Club, she has stimulated interest in modern
literature through colorful displays and book reviews.
SECRETARIES: lseatedl : Chance, Von Helms. lstandingl : Anderson,
Perkins, Stuhr, Holmes, McCollum, Stotts, Shea.
Dr. A. N. Sloan and School Nurse H. Ruel examine a student. .
Why moral ou Q0 Lmiglzt ?
INA MCCOLLUM MR, WHALEN
Attendance Office Bookroorn
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Alhambra High has always been proud of the part students take in the
management of school affairs. ln the commission are concentrated the powers
of the student body. This year both commissions worked for the participation
of more students in student body activities. An advisory council was organ-
ized early in the year and instituted in the second semester. This council
consists of all the class presidentsg A, B, and C club representativesg and
the following appointive members: rally chairman, social chairman, and
Posted minutes of commission meetings kept the student body informed
of what was being done for them.
Football rallies. . .a water wagon. . .a luncheon for the Mark Keppel com-
mission. . .letters, MOORS, programs to service men. . ."Military Serenade"
. . ."Hix Mix". . ."Spring Fling." These were a few of the activities which
kept the commission busy this past year.
Not only did they carry out local projects, but they held exchange assem-
blies and attended student conferences to discuss problems with student body
officers of other schools.
MR. KONOLD WESLEY SHYER BUD CHAMBERLAIN DELLA MEEK
Adviser Commissioner General Commissioner General Commissioner of Finance
DARROW CURRIE SALLY SPARKS STUART SPENCER Q IOE IOHNSON
Commissioner of Finance Commissioner of Literature Commissioner of Clubs Commissioner of Clubs
Commissioner of Girls
Commissioner of Boys
Commissioner of Boys
Commissioner of Forensics
Commissioner of Forensics
Commissioner of Athletics
Commissioner of Athletics
Commissioner of Literature
Asst. Commissioner of Finance
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GIRLS' LEAGUE: Row l 1 Reed, Rogers, Sieberg:i.Collig,p3Crosswhite lAdv.l ,
Tague, Kimball. Row 2: Ripple, McAllister, LynEh,f Belt, Launer, Butler,
Fricker, Beauverd, Radden, Mattox. AMX"
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Following the resignation of Miss Blount, Mrs. Crosswhite took over as
supervisor of the Girls' League. Once again the B9 girls were made to feel
that they "belonged" at the party given for them. Those afghans that the
girls knitted for the Red Cross were beauties. The enthusiastic work of the
League was felt even by the refugee children of Europe, but it does seem
unfair that those well-intended gifts were SCHOOL SUPPLIES!
BOYS' FEDERATION: Langley, Miller, Nichols, Konold lAdv.l, Uhler,
Uive cz cattle lfwfzistle
School opened this year, followed by a football season that was wide open.
joe Moor reigned supreme with iam-packed, after-game dances. Before the
El Monte game there was the annual Father and Son Banquet, and at the game
the fathers were allowed to "sit on the bench." Those snappy slogan throw
cards were a common sight around school every Friday before the game. These
and many other ideas were carried out by the Boys' Federation under Mr,
AN APPLE FOR
Winter class of '45
SENIOR COUNCIL: Einum, john iV.P.l, Miner Gila'
iPres.l , Tisdale lSec.J, Unbedacht iTreas.i, Fuqua,
C-oldie, Miller iAdv.i.
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Probably you've never seen graduation exercises at which there were easily
twelve boys in uniform, but in spite of this, as in all war classes, the boys
were definitely in a minority. Bob Miner's speech ior "lament"l, "A War
Time Class," was one of the best ever given by a class president, the chief
wail being the inability of the class to get sweaters.
Can you picture a quiet, successful, combined luncheon with A.H.S. and
Mark Keppel? Strange as it seems, this nearly happened. We had both been
given the Y.M.C.A. for Wednesday, so we gave the hall to our brethren
across the tracks. Mr. Paulfrey was the guest speaker, and Bob Miner intro-
duced each faculty member. "And then there lwasl Mrs. Thornton."
lt hardly seemed possible that from a class of one hundred sixty-one there
were no failures. This certainly wasn't that kind of class. I wonder if the
hard-hearted moguls of Alhambra are going soft?
ASHWORTH, CHARLES ATCHLEY, TED AUSTIN, JACK BAIRD, JAMES BARRETT, FRANCIS
College Prep. College Prep.
Spanish Club Football
BELLERT, DOROTHY BEMILLER, BERNICE
College Prep. Sr. Play Cast
Red Cross Club
B9 Class Treasurer
Annual Photo Staff
Director of Student
3V2 yr. graduate
BENSON, DON BERTOGLIO, ALLEN BISHOP, HARLAN
CHARLES B9 Pres. of Class College Prep.
College Prep. 'V Tennis Band
B Football Sec.--Usher Club Longfellow
BLACK, BILL BOROWITZ, FRANK BRADY, DON BURWELL, LEONARD CALDERWOOD, DON CAcl?HOUN, JACK
Service General General LE ROY College Prep. ollege Prep.
Drafting Sports Club V.P.-Camera Club College Prep. Ticket Manager
B Baseball Art Club A9 Class Pres. J.V. Baseball
V Football 3V2 Year Graduate B Basketball B Basketball
3V2 Year Graduate Chief Head Usher Spanish Club
CARLSON, PAUL CHAMLEE, ZANE CHUBBIC, BETTY CLANTON, BYRON CLARK, TEDDIS COLE, NANCY
College Prep. General LA VERNE Servlce General Commercial
3 Year Graduate V Football General College Prep. Camera Club
Scholarship Society Sec. 8. Treas.- Sr. Orchestra BW Year Graduate G.A.A.
Usher Club Camera Club Art Club A-B-C Basketball
Science Club A-B Football
Latin Club B Club
Sports Editor of Moor
Quill and Scroll
COOK. BOB CORNELIUS, CHARLES COTTON,
College Prep. College Prep. WALTER W.
Spanish Club BVZ Year Graduate College Prep.
11th Year Council
DENNISON, DORIS DILL, JOHN DOWNS, BOB
Home Economics College Prep. Service
Art Club A-B-C Football V Football
B-C Track C Football
Soph. Class V.P. Latin Club
3V2 Year Graduate
CROSBEY, ROBERT L
BARBARA Col lege Prep.
A12 League Rep.
Jr. Optimist Club
DRINKWARD, CECIL EINUM, LEONA
A Track Y
Latin Club CAedili7
Two Twenty Club
Jr. Class V.P.
EVANS, LA VONNE FISHER, BETTY FORBUSH, BOB
College Prep. Commercial College Prep.
Pequenitas Treas.-Secretarial Lon gfellows
Light and Shadow Club Science
Treas.-Sports Club Senior Hi-Y
FURMAN, WALTER GALYEN, EDITH GEDDIS. GLORIA
General Commercial General
A Track Moor Staff
C Football Sec. 8. Treas.-
FOX, MARJORIE FRASER, MILDRED
Art Club Commercial Club
3V2 Year Graduate
GILDAY, GILLETTE, LOIS FAYE
Commercial Sr. Play Cast
Sec. Hi Hatters
Red Cross Club
GOLDIE, ROBERT L. GOTTIER, ROBERT L. GRAHAM, JOE G
College Prep. College Prep. College Prep.
Senior Council Broadcasters Club Spanish
Two-Twenty Club Latin Club '
Spanish Club Science Club
Moor Optimist Club
HAMILTON, SUE HANLEY, FRANK
Moor Managing Editor Cadet Corp Captain
Sec. Quill and Scroll
Senior Glee Club
3V2 yr. graduate
GREIF, VIVIAN GRIFFITH, MARGARET
Treas. Campus Club
Sec. Sports Club
Senior Sweater Com
Sec. Sclentia Club
HEARD, MARY JO
HELDERLE, DON HENRY, MARY
College Prep. General
Spanish Club '
JOHN, HELEN JOHNSON, DOROTHY
College Prep. General
Senior Council-V.P. T Club
Pequenitas-Pres. Jr. Tri-Y
Senior Play Forensic Club
Songleader Camera Club
Girls League Rep.
Light and Shadow-
IRWIN, SHIRLEY IVES. BURDETT JERGENSON, COLLEEN JESSUP, DOROTHY
College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. Scholarship
Sec. Latin Club Science Club Moor Staff College Prep.
Latin Club Sigma Tri-Y
Jr. Optimist Club
General College Prep.
Masquers Boys Federation-
Art Club Pres.
Sr. Play-costumes Commissioner of Boys
Pep Squad Jr. Exchange-Sec.
HNSTON, IVAN KELLY, BOB
KENNY, SHIRLEY KRIEL, MARSHALL
LUCAS, BETTY McCUTCHEON,
College Prep. JEANNE
Art Club College Prep.
Piano Club Miss Harris' School for
Light and Shadow
Soph. Class Sec.
Pres. G. Treas.
Jr.-Sr. Prom Com.
Girls Letter Club-Sec.
Moor Copy Editor
Sr. Play reporter
Light and Shadow
3 year graduate
3V2 yr. graduate
MATRANGA, JOE MATTHEWS, JACK MEGGERS, JOYCE MINER, BOB MOHRBACKER, MORDEN, JANET
College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. General DELORES College Prep.
Jr. Hi-Y A-B-C Track 3V2 yr. graduate Senior Hi-Y Pres. Commercial Sports Club
Spanish Club A Basketball Red Cross Club Senior Council Pres. ISM yr. graduate French Club
Scientia Usher Club Spanish Club Moor Staff Camera Club Sr. Play
Sr. Play Yell Leader G.A.A.
MORENA, ROSITA MUSE, BETTY NICKERSON, JIM NOLAN, JACQUELINE OFFENHAUSER, BOB ORD, BARBARA
General Commercial General General College Prep. Art
Sports Club Las Sonadoras Camera Club Spanish Club Washington High, L.A.
Spanish Club Light and Shadow-- Art Club Thespian
Treas. Dance Club
Sports Club-V.P. Art Honor
PATTERSON, JACK PEBLEY, ROBERT PERKINS, JAMES POWERS, MARVIN E. RADIN, JANICE
Service Service LESLIE College Prep. General A
College Prep Jr. Exchange General Cadet Corp Scholarship
REN FRO, HOWARD
Sigma Tri-Y Pres.
ROWE, RUTH SALAZAR, SARA SANDERS, Bill
Secretarial Club Pres.
Jr. Exchange Pres.
War Activities Comm.
SCHAKLES, MARY SHYER, WESLEY SOUTHWELL. JOHN SPENCER, STUART STOGSDILL, BILL TAYLOR, DICK
Commercial College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. General
Sports Club Commissioner General Longfellows Pres. A Football Varsity Debate
Senior Sweater Comm. Moor News Editor Art Club B-C Basketball Forensic Club Pres.
Scholarship Society Varsity Debate Commissioner of Sr. Hi-Y
Registration Comm. Forensic Club Clubs Usher Club
Sec. Boys Federation Two-Twenty Club
Jr. Exchange Moor Staff
THOST, ARDELLA TINKLE, JUNE TINLEY, GLORIA TISDALE, GRACE TRYK, DANA UNBEDACHT, JOAN
General College Prep. ANITA College Prep. College Prep. College Prep.
Camera Club Spanish Club Art Las Sonadores . Baseball Songleader
G.A.A. Hi Hatter: Sr. Council Treas. Pequenitas Sec.
BV2 yr. graduate Art Club Jr. Class Sec. Senior Council-Treas.
Scholarship Society Spanish Art Club-V.P.
Scholarship Scholarship Society
Varsity Club Pres.
Jr. Exchange V.P.
CLARK, BETTY JEAN
VAN NOY, RAMONA
Pres. 84 Treas.
Musicians Club Sec.
Red Cross Club
Calumet High, Chicago
VAUGHAN, DICK VINSON, VIRGINIA WELCH, CONSTANCE WENEGREEN, MANR
College Prep. College Prep. Genera Commercial
Scholarship Society Sr. Girls Glee Club
Optimist Club Spanish Club
Spanish Club Crescent Tri-Y
WHEELER, LEO WHITE, VIRGINIA WICHSER, CAROL WILLIAMS, MARION
General College Prep. Commercial Commercial N
Sports Club Treas.
Sr. Play Student
We should like to pay tribute to all those former A.H.S. students who
have gone into the service of their country, but obviously space will not
These boys were enrolled in Alhambra High School for the school year
I944-45. They left to enter the service during the school year.
jackson, Howard Renfro
Mount, Ben joe
Nelson, j. O.
Rogers, Don S.
Sanders, Wm. Eugene lSandyl
Summer class of '45
SENlOR COUNCIL: Launer, Beeman iAdv.l, cf!! 'if
Sinclair, Lott iPres.l, Sparks, Murphy lV.P.l, do 'P
Anderson, iTreas.l,4Qjane iSec.l, 9 sly
Jake gt and Qit
Sweaters! Sweaters! Who got their senior sweaters? Why, the summer class
of '45 did, and they may well go down as the last wartime class of A.H.S. to
The senior party reflected the Christmas season. Entertainment varied from
dancing and eating to carol singing and, loosely speaking, a play of the Wild
West, presented by the drama class. Dependable Betty Blum furnished the
musical background. Miss Blount was honored with a gift and flowers for
her years of service.
This class has also taken on the service of selling war bonds and stamps,
the greatest service any class could possibly perform in wartime.
if U i
ALLEN, EMMA MARIE ANDERSON, DOLORES ANDERSON, DON ANDERSON, FRED
College Prep. General College Prep. General
Hi Hatters V.P. Annual Art Editor Usher Club Treas.
French Club Senior Play Forensic Club
Camera Club Light and Shadow Science Club
ASH, ALAN AVAKIAN, BAKER, OWEN BARNES, BARBARA
College Prep. MARGARET General General
Optimist Club V.P. Commercial Camera Club
ANDERSON, NORMAN ANTALOCY, EVELYN
Senior Council Treas.
Boys' State Treas.
Quill and Scroll V.P.
College Prep. College Prep.
B Football Las Sonadores-
B Basketball Corres. Sec.
Jr. Exchange Art Club
Spanish Club Girls League
B Letterman Fire Chief
BENSH, BOB BERGMAN. JOHN
General College Prep.
Jr. Hi-Y Optimist Club V.P.
Scientia Club Treas.
Quill and Scroll
BECKER, CAROLYN B
Jr.-Sr. Prom. Comm.
Sr. Glee Club
Quill and Scroll
Jr. Class Council
BROWN, EDWIN BROWN, RUTH BROWN, SALLY BRUNS, BETTY BRUSEL, BARBARA
College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. Commercial College Prep.
Football Spanish Club Las Sonadores Sec. Art Library Club Pres.
Spanish Club Broadcasters V.P. League Fire Squad Red Cross Club Treas. Art Club
Oxnard High Science Club Broadcasters Club Latin Club
Spanish Club Sec.
Broadcasters Club Light and Shadow
BUFKIN, HERBERT BURKHART, BILL BURWELL, LOIS BYERS, MADALYN CAMPBELL, LOUISE
College Prep. Art Course College Prep. General Commercial
Longfellows Club Masquers Pres. Covina High
Latin Club Light and Shadow
Scientia Club Historian
A Track Writers Guild
Masquers Club Treas
B12 Semester Play
CARPENTER, NANCY CHAMBERLAIN,
CHAMBERS, SHIRLEY CHENEY, VIRGINIA CHILDS, BEN CLANTON, MELBA
General HAROLD ANN College Prep General
General Academic General General Spanish Club Usher Club
Commissioner Crescent Tri-Y Band
General Spanish Club Scholarship Society
Drum Major, Band
CLARK, JOY CLAY, ERNEST CLAY, MARY JANE CLEMENS, CECELIA COBLE, BETTY
Secretarial HAROLD College Prep. General Commercial
Scholarship Society College Prep. Spanish Club Art Club Spanish
Commercial Club Baseball SV2 Year Graduate
Commercial Club Sec.
CONFORTI, HELEN C
Piano Club Treas.
ORDANO, FRANCES CORNWELL,
Crescent Tri-Y Pres.
DALBY, BETTIE MAE DALEN, DOROTHY
Light and shadow
CRABTREE, ROBERT CULP, BARBARA CURRIE, DARROW
General College Prep. General
Boys Sr. Glee Club Forensic Club Treas. Commissioner of
Sports Club Quill and Scroll Finance
Longfellows Club Moor Staff Senior Hi-Y
J.V. Baseball Varsity Debate Two-Twenty
Jr. Council Pres.
Piano Club V. Pres.
DIXON, DAWN DRAIN, GERALDINE
3V2 Year Graduate
DREESSEN, GRACE DRISH, JERRY
G.A.A. V. Pres.
Girls Letter Club
DUMBLETON, JANE DUNLAP, BOB
Poly High, Riverside
ELLISON, RICHARD ESPINOSA, VIOLET
Lang. Dept. Sec.
DUTTON, MARY ECKERT, ANNA
Red Cross Club
Girls League Fire
Freshman Class Pres.
FELDMANN, EILEEN FISH, MARION FITZPATRICK, FOSTER, MARK FOX, BOB FRANZ, CAROL
General College Prep. MARYLE College Prep. General College Prep
Library Club Crsecent Tri-Y General Camera Club A-B-C Track Spanish Club
Spanish Club Spanish Club Commercial Club A-B Football Latin Club
Scientia Club Sr. Glee Club Varsity Club
FREDRICK, MARY GARDNER, ELVA LOU GAULDIN. CLARENCE GIBBS, JULIE GLASS, VERNA GLICK, NANCY
General Commercial College Prep. General General College Prep.
9th Year Girls Commercial Club Spanish Club Camera Club 3V2 Year Graduate
League Rep. V.P. Campus Club
Las Moras Art Club Pres.
Art Club Jr. Council
GLUSKER, SYLVIA GONZALES, CONNIE GOODRICH, OPAL GOUGH, SHIRLEY GRAFFIS, BETTY
College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. College Prep.
Science Club Latin Club Hi Hatters Pres. Spanish Club
Waukesha High, Wis. Science Club Sec. Q V.P. Senior Play
Library Club French Club Dimouts
GRAY, ELENORE GREEN, ELEANER GREIVE, JOAN GRIFFIN, VIRGINIA GRIFFITHS, BARBARA
College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. Commercial College Prep.
Piano Club Spanish Club Annual Staff Crescent Tri-Y Writers' Guild Pres.
Art Club Crescent Tri-Y Las Sonadores 8. Sec.
Spanish Club Spanish Club Pres. Art Club
Annual Staff Library Club Sec. Scholarship Society
Scholarship Society Leathercraft
3V2 Year Graduate Scholarship
BV2 Year Graduate
GRITTON, BETTY ANN
HACKETT, BEVERLY HAGEN, BUSTER
College Prep. College Prep.
Latin Club Jr. Exchange
Science Club B Club
Library Club A-B Basketball
HANSEN, DON HARROD, SHIRLE
Quill and Scroll
Sr. Hi-Y Sec.
HANSEN, BILL HANSEN, JACK
Art Club Pres.
HERZBERGER, DEAN HIMES, HELEN
Cedar Rapids, la.
sg ' Q
HIRSCH, RUTH HOFMEISTER, LEO HOLLINGSHEAD,
General General SHIRLEY
Forensic Club Art
3V2 Year Graduate Art Club Treas.
HOOPER, BOB HOOT, BETTY JANE HOPPER, CHERYL
College Prep. Commercial General
Broadcasters Club Freshman Class V.P. Broadcasters Club
Spanish Club Treas. Jr. Class V.P. Scientia Club
Scholarship Society Campus Club Forensic Club
Moor Business Mgr.
Light and Shadow
Forensic Club Pres.
HUDSON, Boa HUSEBY, por ILER, moms JAMES, JANET J HIRLEY
General College Prep. General
A Football Las Sonadores Red Cross Club
A Track Girls Letter Club
Sr. Hi-Y Pres.
Las Moras Pres.
Sr. Council Sec.
Jr. Council Sec.
Spanish Club Tw,-,.Twenty
JONES, NORMAN JORDAN, BARBARA JOSEPHSON, DORIS JUDSON, DON JUNG, VIRGINIA
College Prep. General General General General
Sr. Orchestra Girls Glee Club Sr. A-B Football Aff Club
Broadcasters Club Spurtg Club
Sr. Glee Club
Quill and Scroll
KERMODE, ROB ERTA
Secretarial Club V.P.
CAsst. Bus. Mgr.J
KERSH, LORRAINE KIMBALL, DERITH KISS, SHIRLEY KLEINKNECHT,
Commercial ANN Commercial CAROLYN
Moor Reporter College Prep. Commercial Club Commercial
Broadcasters Treas. Los Laureados Treas.
Pres. 8. Treas.
KVAMMEN, JO ANN
Light and Shadow
Girls League Treas.
Las Sonadores Pres.
Writers' Guild Pres.
Red Cross Club
LACY. BARBARA LANE, MARGARET LAUNER, PAT
Girls Sr. Glee Club
Sr. Sweater Comm
LEIVA, LaVERNE LEVISEE, ROBERT LITCH, EUGENE LONERGAN, MARY LORENZ, FLORENCE LOTT, HARRY
General College Prep. College Prep. ELLEN General College Prep.
Band Sr. Hi-Y Usher Club College Prep. Art Club Sr. Class Council
Tri-Y Science Club A-B Baseball Forensic Club Treas. Pres.
Varsity Club Sports Club Hi-Y V.P.
Pequenitas B Track
Senior Debate C Football
Latin Club BCIub
LUNDIN, MARY LUTH, BOB LYNCH, KATHLEEN McCLAIN, McCELVEY, MARILYN McCREARY, BETTY
HELEN College Prep. College Prep. MARGUERITE College Prep. General
General Spanish Club Song Leader Music Spanish Club
Hi Hatters Stage Crew Las Moras Crescent Tri-Y Letter Club Sec.
B Football Manager
Girls League Welfare
Jr. Class Council
Piano Club V.P.
Sr. Glee Club
MGGREAHAM, BILL McWHORTER, JOYCE MacARTHUR, DAVID MacDONALD, MacFARLANE, JOHN MARKLEY,
General General JAMES MARILYN College Prep. CATHERINE
A-B-C Football Pequenitas Pres. College Prep College Prep Scholarship Society General
B Baseball 84 V.P. Usher Club BVZ Year Graduate Spanish Club
Jr. Exchange Light and Shadow Scholarship Society Optimist Club Sec.
B Club Make Up Crew Spanish Club 81 Treas.
B12 Semester Play
MARSHALL, MAXFIELD, MAYHOOD, VERNA MEADOR. MARY MEEHAN, MEEK, DELLA
BARBARA MARILYN College Prep. LOU CATHERINE C. General
College Prep. College Prep. Spanish Club Commercial Commercial Director of Student
Writers Guild Spanish Club Science Club Commercial Club Personnel
Spanish Club Art Club Secretarial Club Commissioner of
3V2 Year Graduate Red Cross Club Sigma Tri-Y Finance
Piano Club Moor Staff
l 59 I
MULA, ROSE MARIE
Light and Shadow
3V2 Year Graduate
Sr. Class V.P.
Sr. Hi-Y Sec,
MILLER, MABYN MORRISON, ALLEN MORRISEY, MARILYN
College Prep College Prep Commercial
Campus Club Los Alcaldes Masquers
3V2 Year Graduate Science Club Secretarial Social
G.A.A. Senior Play Chairman
Latin Club Commercial Sec.
NEWBERRY, LYNN NILSON, RICHARD NINI, MARIE
General General Commercial
Sr. Orchestra Science Club
Bank Camera Club
Sr. Sweater Com.
NORRIS, VIRGINIA OLDENDORPH,
General VERNA LEE
Light and Shadow
B12 Semester Play
PERRY, JOYCE PIERCE, SUSANNE
Commercial College Prep.
Red Cross Club Art Club
Secretarial Club Sec.
San Mateo High
Los Moras V.P.
Light and Shadow
Make UD Crew
OLSON, KENNETH PAASWELL,
BV2 Year Graduate
Science Club Pres.
POLLARD, MARTHA PORTER, SIDNEY POWELL, SYLVIA BARBARA POWERS
PRADER, JOAN QUIRMBACK,
College Prep. General General General General CHARLES
Spanish Club Jr. Hi-Y Art Club Art Club College Prep.
Art Club Sr. Hi-Y Scholarship Society
Managers Club Optimist Club
B Football Manager Scientia
RAHLFS, PAT RAY, BEA REDDEN, DORINE REDDING, MARTHA REED, JOYCE REESE, JAYNE
Commercial General Commercial College Prep. College Prep. General
Art Club Jr. Tri-Y Las Sonadores Sec. Song Leader Pequenitas
Masquers Two-Twenty Treas. Girls League Rep. Art Club
Jr. Class Council Soph. Class Council Alpha Tri-Y
Jr. Class Council
Sr. Class Sweater
Make Up Crew
REID, MARY JANE RIDDELL, DONNA RHODES, EUGENE RINGLE, LOIS REILLY, BILL RENSINK,
General College Prep. College Prep Commercial College Prep. KATHERINE
Las Sonadoras Treas. C Football 3V2 Year Graduate College Prep
Junior Council C Baseball Forensic Club Spanish Club
Latin Club B Football Varsity Debate SV2 Year Graduate
ROBERTS, ERIS RODRIGUEZ, RAOUL ROGERS, JEAN ROHLFlNG, MARILYN ROHRBACH, ROSINO, BETTY
Cvlleile Prep General College Prep. College Prep LORRAINE Commercial
Latln Club Las Sonadores French Club V.P. Secretarial Crescent Trl-Y
Girls League V.P.
STARK. GORDON STEELE, LARRY
ROSS, MARY ROUSSEVE,
Commissioner of College Prep.
Forensics Chemistry Team
Make Up Crew
SCHERREI, WILLIAMS SCHNICK, MARY
General College Prep.
Band Spanish Club
RUSSELL, LOLLIE SALISBURY, ANN
Las Sonadores V.P.
Soph. Class Sec.
Jr.-Sr. Prom Latin Club
Committee Art Club
SCHOLFIELD, GWEN SCHUMAN, BARBARA
Sec. 81 Treas.
Girls Letter Club
SAMPSON, DIANE SANDERS, SANDY
Spanish Club V.P.
Commissioner of Girl
Girls League Pres.
SINCLAIR, BRUCE SKRABO, JEAN
General College Prep.
Boys Sr. Glee Club
SNOW, BEVERLY SPARKS, SALLY
General College Prep.
Jr. 8. Sr. Class
Girls League Rep.
SLEMMON, JEANNE SMITH, BONNIE
STANFORD, CLYDE STANLEY, BILL
Latin Club Consul
Writers Guild V.P.
STEINBAUGH, JOAN STEPHENSON, D. E. STEVENS, SAMUEL STEWART, DARLENE STODDARD, BETH STOLTZ, MARJORIE
General General General General Commercial Commercial
Art Club Spanish Club Commercial Club
Commercial Club I Jr, Tri-Y
TAGUE, MARGARET TASSOP, ERNIE THOMAS, JEAN THOMAS, JIM THOMPSON, ALLEN THOMSON, BARBARA
College Prep. College Prep. College Prep. College Prep General College Prep.
Song Leader B 81. A Football Varsity Debate Spanish Club Latin Club
Las Moras Pres. A 81 J.V. Baseball Forensic Club Sec. Varsity Football Spanish Club
G Treas. Jr. Exchange 81 V.P. Varsity Club Library Club V.P.
Freshman Class Sec. Varsity Club Crescent Tri-Y B Track Sr. Sweater
Two-Twenty Club B. Club Scholarship Society Committee
Girls League Sec.
TUBBS, RICHARD UPTON, HOLLAND VAN DANIKER, KAY VATCHER,
College Prep. Commercial GERALDYNE
Commissioner of Tri-Y General
Forensics Light and Shadow Ccrescent Tri-Y
Forensic Club V.P. G.A.A. Secretarial
Varsity Debate Campus Club
WARD, ROSEMARY WARD, SHIRLEY WEBER, MILTON S.
General General College Prep.
Sr. Girls Glee Club
Llght and Shadow
Campus Club Science Club
College Prep. General
Art Club Boys Glee Club Pres. Las Sonadores Art Club Pres.
Scholarship Society Sr. Hi-Y Secretarial V.P.
Jr. Hi-Y Art Club
WILCOX, JOE WILEY. THOMAS WILLARD, BARBARA
Service General College Prep. College Prep.
Stage Crew Library Club Art Club
Quill and Scroll
WELLIVER, EDITH WELLS, ROY WESTBERG, PHYLLIS WHITE, ANNA MAY WHITESIDE, WIDMAN, ORIN
General General BEVERLY General
Light and Shadow
WILLIAMS, MARYLEN WILSON, JEANNE
WINKLER, RAE DEAN WINTRODE, PAUL WOLCOTT, DORIS WOERNER, DERICE WOLFE, LOWELL
College Prep College Prep. Commercial General General
Spanish Club Writers Guild Masquers Sr. Girls Glee Club
Sr. Girls Glee Club French Club Forensic Club
Scholarship Society Art Club 3V2 Year Graduate
Forensic Club Senior Play
WOODS, JACK WORTHING, LILLIAN PURDY, GLORIA
General College Prep General
Longfellows French Club Sec. Sr. Glee Club
Moor Staff Spanish Club BVZ Year Graduate
BV2 Year Graduate
3 yr. Graduate
COREY, INA MAY
Camera Club Pres.
War Activities Com.
Jr. Exchange Sec.
Sr. Glee Club
Sr. Boys Glee Club
Latin Club Consul
B Club Pres.
Light and Shadow
SENIOR COUNCIL: Row I: Althouse, Slater, Thies, Thomas. Row 2:
Nichols, Morrill, Sapulding, Miller lAdv.I.
gtg' Q sfovely may omorrow
"Say, look at this flashy ring, will ya?"
"Darn it, I surely wish I'd bought one, only l was positive we'd get sweat-
ers. Now no one knows I'm a seniorg in fact, this morning some scrub had
the nerve to ask me if I was a sophomore. Imagine!"
"You went to the senior party last night, didn't you? Wasn't it perfect?-
'specially the food. .
This might be a typical "gab-session" between two seniors. Can't you tell
by just hearing it that A.H.S. seniors are a happy bunch-and who wouldn't
be happy with an AIZ semester coming up?
Left to Right Row 1: Dorroh, Gebhart, Stellmacher, M. Ware, N. Ware, Jones, Lummis. Row 2: Jones,
Wilkinson, Iverson, Reid, Vinson, Freberg, Hanson.
Left to Right. Row 1: Olson, Althouse, Brummett, Reilly, Cederquist, Fehr, Wilson, Maxwell. Row 2:
Blake, Adams, Greive, Peckham, Booth, Martin, Bastear, Fricker, Brickell, Reid. Row 3: Crandall
Reilly, Craven, Gano, Claro, Kauffman, Stewart. Row 4: Purcell, Kueny, Headrich, Mulick, Burlem, Gentry
McMahon. Row 5: lrwin, Culvyhouse, Granath, Hewitt, VanCleve, Keeper, Lunt, Olson, Matloff.
Left to Right. Row 1: Josephson, Halstrum, McKnight, Kincheloe, Page, Wilkins, Morales, MacDonald
Row 2: Arciero, Johnston, Martin, Toland, Danish, Brooks, Rensink, Marshall, Coble. Row 3: Tily
Clow Thomas Theis, Schrader, Fortner, McCelvey, Ortega. Row 4: Gilday, Halbert, Prockl, Amerine, Henry
Matthews, Keller, Laterza, Putman. Row 5: Morrill, Miller, Lembke, Zivelonghi, Costamagna, Thomas, S. Greene,
Summer Class of '46
IUNIOR COUNClL: Row l: l-lofferbert, Murphy lSec.l, Terry, Gillette
lTreas.l, johnson. Row 2: Elsey lAdv.l, Hook lV.P.l, Gallagher lPres.l,
"Yes, this class is definitely the most talented l've ever worked with, and
wonderfully cooperative". . .The junior class can be very proud of those
words, for they come from a most highly-esteemed lady who insists on staying
No wonder she said that. . .The first activity of the season, the St. Pat-
rick's Day party, went off with one of the biggest bangs we have ever heard
. . .Entertainment galore. . .with boogie-Woogie piano. . .barber shop quar-
. ters. . .lots of fun. . .besides plenty of eats. . .
But we'll always remember the class most for the out-of-this-vvorld prom
Winter Class of '47
they dreamed up. . .Dancers whirled under dozens ot exquisite parasols sus-
pended from the ceiling, while the whole "festival" was watched over by
Buddha, meditating under bamboo trees. . .We'll never forget Lowell May-
field's ten-foot dragon mural. . .and we still say that the spirit of Salvador
Dali must have been hovering over the kids who planned the decor. . .
Orchids, or shall it be jasmine, to a class that really put over a year of
fun. . .another reason why A.H.S. is the school of schools.
IUNIOR COUNCIL: Row l : Bailey, Rowe. Row 2: Calkins, Mattox
lSec.l, Walker. Row 3: iccasso lPres.l, Healton lAdv.l, Stone
lTreas.l, Patton lV.P.l. D,
Left to Right. Row 1: Bell, Payne, McCann, Palmquist, Leonard, Lamont, Goodrich, Lynch, Sayre
Row 2: Fix, Dimmitt, Todd, MoGarry, Maynard, Keesee, Johnson, Donahue, Hodges, Ward. Row 3
Stavang, Bays, Persinger, McLemore, Jury, Jenkinson, Ellis, Holland, Hoot. Row 4: Law, Gallagher, Ritcha
Leonard. Safarik, Rhoads, Morgan, Burns, Johnson. Row 5: Goss, Nelson, Anderson, Wolff, Fischer, Hall, Lucas
Sweinhart, Hackett, Forbes.
AI 'I Left to Right. Row 1: De La Fuente, Montana, Gierke, Monte, Goss, Doss, Holmes, McKenzie, Gilbert
Flow 2: Calloway, Carter, Fischer, Espinosa, Kennedy, Jameson, Mielke, Morris, Shaw, Boyd. Row 3
Ferguson, Ripling, Borowitz, McKenna, Stocker, Shorey, Wheeler, Lee. Row 4: Livermore, 0'Minkoff, Curry
Wilson, Moore, Sherar, Stroner, Albo, Steele. Row 5: Clifton, Pfeil, Martinolich, Oliver, Herzberger, Ogg
Toland, Ising, Safe.
Left to Right. Row 1' Cattermole, Mitchell, Barnt, Gross, Keef, White, Morales, Pessa. Row 2: Mac-
Gregor Sleek Woodman Young, Watson, Knotts, Cammack, Simpson, Williams, Dwyer. Row 3.
Petty, Packard,yWyland, Timmons, Collins, Kimball, Bernt, Gilmore, Berryman. Row 4: Myers, Cleavinger
Flanigan, Kirby, Calderwood, Terry, Ford, Steinbaugh, Phillips. Row 5: Bacon, Gray, Large, Jennings, Blanchard
Hall, Todd, Wiesner.
Left to Right. Row 1: Kless, Pettus, Gavaller, Coffman, Terrell, Tressel, Holland, Woods. Row 2
Cook, Tutino, Harger, Garrett, Harger, Devean, Rubalcaba, Stransky, Monson, Prine. Row 3: Hoffman
Steiger, DeCamn, Dinger, Ollson, Nichols, Lancaster, Miller, Price, Qarpenter. Row 4: Hill, Bower, Graham
Foulkes, Morris, Grund, Walsh, Bellert. Row 5: Lloyd, Mayer, Christopher, Carnahan, Carter, Knlss, Smith,
Bl 'I Left to Right. Row 1: Mendenhall, Foell, Stogsdill, Tassop, Tschanz, Hoglund, Scoville, Perez, Nieto
Row 2: Johsen, Wright, Burcham, McAlister, Cornell, Cook, Meade, DuBois, McNeilly, Mires. Row 3:
Johansen, Coburn, Neil, Schworer, Sanders, Hinman, Davis, Ozenghar. Row 4: Ives, Deal, Mann, Hollywood
Barney, Porush, Field, Leisee. Row 5: Coniglio, Dial, Collister, Dragna, Gnagy, McCune, Emicks, Foulkes, Wool-
B1 'I Left to Right. Row 1: Hartzig, Thomas, Smalley, Shull, Park, Britton, Fisher, Fultz. Row 2: Colletta
Foster, Bailey, Walker, Wright, Mosso, Britt, Cochran, Vansickle, Thomas. Row 3: Lane, Reuille
Horsman, Andrews, Shanks, Morgan, Rush, Davis, Hoar, Young. Row 4: Longnecker, Neverman, Oertel, Nicassio,
Rutledge, Lichtenberger, Monaghan, Rolfe. Row 5: Macomber, Fuqua, Stroschein, Hughes, Ford, Growell, John
Left to Righi. Row 1: Shepnhird, Hughes, Bratcher, Ashenbrenner, Barber, Siucher, Woods, Williams,
Bl I Motlo. Row 2: Kiss, Arneiif Charles, Henrickson, Malone, Berry, Cann, Neiger, Calkins, Wetzel, Xedes
Row 3: Williams, Davis, Cooney, Morling, Lindstrom, Hayes, Freeman, Jessup, Wride, Mattox. Row 4: Wetzel
Bierkle, Berion, Wiker, Stone, Teague, Slilley, Melson, Schanaker. Row 5: Morabito, Yerby, Filker, Waldron
Nichols, Spicher, Concealdi, Evans, Bonberger.
BIO CLASS OFFICERS:
Row l: Collier lSec.l,
Wormhoudt lPres.l ,
Smith lAdv.l , Menzel
AlO CLASS OFFICERS: Row l: Bridston lTreas.lQ Willit lSec.l, Seals
lPreS.l, lVlCC-ill lV.P.l, POWer lAdv.l.
A9 CLASS OFFICERS:
B9 CLASS OFFICERS: Row 1: Smith fAdv.5, Avery 1CirIs
League Rep.J Row 2: Farrar iSec.?, Rambeau IPres.J. Row
3: Bolman KV.P.J,Ger1dron iTreas.J.
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5n9Qys n if'EQeeF leader tryout, movie, a talent show
lwith everything from " Maria" to a boogie- ie version of "Shortnin'
Bread"l, and parties, parties, parties! ,V ,Y' K
Christmas danceithe MC. almost had to revert to lndian smoke signals.
The "mike" gave out, remember?
Then, the freshman party, February lo--75?-IUST think of itl But the
thrill of having the first frosh night party made up for it-almost. . .By the
way, one thing we wondered about was those hobby horses prancing around
the floor. Well, freshmen will be freshmen!
Now the sophomores-maybe it's the strain of all the fun of last year.
Anyway, they are taking a rest from activities. They had their assemblies,
talent show, and party land there were thousands of people therel. But
wait till they're juniors.
'Left to Right. Row 1: Quinn, Goodhue, Kelly, LeRoy, Herrera, Escarcega. Row 2: Madson, Nesbitt
B Wasson, Tunney, Shenefield, Ranabargar, Bahn. Row 3: Hayford, Wilson, Langley, Kvammen, Jacobsen
Left to Right. Row 1: Rothasz, Graham, Border, Hogue, Seltzer, Mills, Warner, Gardiner. Row 2:
Wilhite, Lawrence, Quisenberry, Dawkins, Lugenbeel, Sommers, Ruster, Mata, Nelson. Row 3: Chase,
Parsons, Christie, Del Mar, Cody, Kester, Elliot, Amberg, Ireland. Row 4: Higbee, Farnsworth, Gertzen, Darden,
Howarth, 0'SulIivan, Secrest, Glass. Row 5: Shyer, Smith, Buttam, Wood, Batchelder, Crowell, Redmond, Dick-
ensheet, Van Cleve.
Left to Right. Row 1: Brown, Fry, Hood, Newberry, Gillespie, O'Keefe, Vander Meulen, Mullenix.
Row 2: Hoffman, Rodkohr, Robe, Miller, Fowler, Lee, Cameron, Hornbeck, Thomas, Tegler, Phillians.
Row 3: Lampkin, Weigel, Madsen, Ellis, Alexander, Hatfield, Payne, Makosky, Critchfield, Gullicksen. Row 4:
Ridenour, Lloyd, Carpenter, Axelson, Wiley, Hunt, Haley, Mueller. Row 5: Clapp, Cooper, Talbot, Largent,
Hunter, Blackshaw, Lindberg, Higbie.
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Left to Right. Row 1: Miller, Milner, Remington, Steinfield, Bent, McCanlies, Millins, Speece, Hall
Row 2: Herrmann, Nlack, Mailman, Plank, Carlson, Berglund, Jury, Mclntyre, Frownfelter, Peterson
Row 3: Louden, Pepplng, Retz, Makosky, Remiey, Rampton, Franke, Nicolls, Winans. Row 4: Schleicher, Bens
miller, Payne, Goff, Pace, Zimmerman, Roach, Tuiino. Row 5: Torcasso, Wagner, Robinson, Amende, Weigand
Levering, Overturff, Iliff, Wiley.
Left to Right. Row 1: Lamb, Downer, Corden, Mehring, Jones, Feinstein, Lenti, Dutton. Row 2
Lapham, Mclntyre, Dressor, Daugherty, Cordell, Chatern, Corfield, McPherson, Berwick, Haymond
Row 3: Hill, Palmer, McKibben, Slinder, Talley, Wright, Giron, Miller, Shelton. Row 4: Rampton, Albertson
Daniel, Scott, Barcher, Chaney, Marangi, Williams, McGinnis. Row 5: Mclntosh, Rosskop, Saucerman, Farquhar
Shaw, Scott, Caldwell, Knox.
Left to Right. Row 1: McConnell, Pierce, Britain, Hopwood, Montgomery, Ingram, Butler, Taylor
Nelson. Row 2: Rhoads, Petyus, Mull, Blue, Whiteley, Langley, MacDonald, Fiber, Barthel, Johnson
Row 3: Schoenpner, Reynosa, Sager, Payne, Odenkirclure, Adams, Seals, Brown, Bird, Bridston. Row 4: Banando
Johnsen, Karma, Landorf, Minogue, Miller, Merritt, Guion. Row 5: Stilley, McClivey, Tunney, Wasson, Kimbrough
Stolz, Lee, Maughan, Dochterman.
Left to Right. Row 1: Morris, Cloer, Patterson, Buoneristiani, Clarke, Fisher, James, Spencer, Salie
Row 2: Moyer, Davit, Murney, Edwards, Morrow, Weis, Roberts, Gray, Willett, Whitaker. Row 3: Key
Danielson, Mild, Spooner, Baltimore, Alumbough, Davis, Hinson, Zieser. Row 4: Heglin, Hillmer, Bryant, Simmons
Jenks, Gorham, Wedertz, King, Harmon. Row 5: Compton, Lynch, Leavitt, Ducan, Gilbert, McGill, Maguire
Doolittle, Morgan, Culver, Phillips.
Left to Right. Row 1: Dressor, Richards, Adams, Coughlin, Brown, Soderberg, Manley, Galbreath
Baines. Row 2: Leivin, Lutz, Macklies, Bates, Montgomery, Howard, Shleman, Bowers, Drexel, Bartholo
mew. Row 3: Aydelott, Eckert, Bodie, Budrow, Hoytel, Kugler, Rough, Swartz. Row 4: Bowen, Crawford, Brooks
Howard, Persona, Tryon, Cleveland, Speth. Row 5: Jones, Eyraud, Hobbs, De Boef, Lomer, Glusker, Zimmernon
Rosenberger, St. Pierre.
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Row 2: Reimer, Lorenson, Munson, Wernegreen, Moe, Kenna, Robare, Holderman, Thompson, Donhost.
Row 3: Cook, Klug, Jalk, Tomaseck, Cock, Dudley, Hoffmann, Butler, Maize. Row 4: Collins, Branson, lvener
Ardrews, McElrath, Scarlet, Graham, Henry, Bastear. Row 5: Lehmer, Holmes, Barton, Cook, McMillan, Wetmore
Adams, Davis, Peauford.
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Ashbury. Klein, Storey, Perkins. Row 4: Brown, Chaffee, Bentine, Fitzgerald, Olson, Matthews.
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Warren, Be nett, Eosnaugh, Menzel, Baskette, Ruark, Benson, Collier, Morgan, Robey, Martin. Row 3
Fultz, Beck, Fftensink,lSlayyte'F, Knudsen, Turney, Weymouth, Boaden. Row 4: K1 Kozlow, Kimball, Montaya
Young, Schworer, Lane, Garrould, Steed. Row 5: Clark. Rubalcaba, Thompson, Wilson, Quon, Ripley, Besse, Ash
Left to Right. Row 1: Linke, Sanderson, Schwender, Colvin, Maloof, Barrett, Taylor, Glavin. Row 2:
James, Dawson, Banando, Wasson, Robbins, Gaunt, Britton, Brown, Foster, Hoon. Row 3: Hills, Graves,
Haldman, Potter, Twin, West, Cartledge, Torres, Hayden. Row 4: Kirk, Hubbert, Whitney, Davis, Fisher, Clam-
pitt, Piolatto, Anderson, King. Row 5: Hartman, Johnston, Johnson, Ratkovich, Harrison, Wormhoudt, Golletta
A9 Left to Right. Row 1: Tschanz, Duty, Blankenbaker, Kurtz, Fitz-Randolph, Reyes, Montana, Ware. Row
2: Brown, Carpenter, Upton, Bonser, Matticks, Doss, Devean, Holcomb, Moreno, Wifcut. Row 3: Bauer,
Kleinknecht, Williams, Livermore, Reed, Pessa, King, Capestro. Row 4: Sullivan, Huges, Conde, Payaseva, Tilus,
Smith, Weldon, Gibbs. Row 5: Van Duyne, Pasley, Hallman, Boyd, Bollman, De Laney, Ebaugh, De Pry, Casler.
A9 Left to Right. Row 1: Osborne, McGillis, Buttrey, Rough, Grabiner, Racho, Slykhuis, Seitz, Woodruff.
Row 2: Weis, Weideman, Schenck, Elliot, Pollard, Reed, Simons, Manning, Sheetz, Lindstrom, Powell.
Row 3: Cosgrove, Floyd, Smith, Paulson, Young, Vatcher, Schnick, Rehbein, Churchill, Hambirck. Row 4:
Purcupile, Conway, Schlerf, De Lude, Kammerman, Kunkel, Somers, Smith. Row 5: Holcomb, Abraham, Cope,
Thomas, Drinkward, Manle, Burns, Gallegos, Welliver.
A9 Left to Right. Row 1: Dybeck, Rogers, Curtis, Lulbering, Lucas, Taylor, McClure. Row 2: Evans, Fannin
Minton, Cogar, Romero, Alaniz, White, Gotierrez, Esoamillo. Row 3: Oldham, Cokeley, Roberts, Wlch
man, Katerman, Wynn, Buss, Black. Row 4: Raggio, Morris, D'Apice, 0'Keefe, Moore, Thomson, Hazelton, Amos
Kaufman. Row 5: Raridon, Orsi, Avery, Horr, Spittler, Geatta, Chesnut, Gallegos, Beedy.
A9 Left to Right. Row 1: Wurst, Retz, Vaught, Fields, Carthage, Jalland, Thies, Yovan, Quinn. Row 2
Lee, Jones, Jackson, Mings, Bennett, Winburn, Oir, Havilla, Sieck. Row 3: Wiker, Christenson, Pontrelli
Petri, Walters, Ford, Kindrick, Tunstall, Hamilton. Row 4: Perez, Schiegat, Daly, McClellan, Linsley, Gettinger
Claro, Molligan, Potter. Row 5: MoLendon, Floren, Kevelin, Bufkin, Holeman, Jacobson, Haskell, Balian.
Left to Right Row 1' Grant, Coscarelli, Schuman, Thompson, Fields, Culver, A'dcr:on. Ellis, Rannels.
A9 Row 2' Kirk'Lowell 'McCloud M. Calverley, S. Calverley, McCoskey, Johnson, Cryan, Mann, Summers
Row 3: Harris, -Foute: Tate, hlewton, Konzelman, Ashley, Haldernan, Dollinger, Smith. Row 4: Nittel, Rodekohr,
Roberts, Edmiston, Bracy, Rodriguez, Aikinson, Nelson. Row 5: Ward, Brown, Espinosa, McGregor, Goodrich,
Caca, Connelly, Smith, Jensen, Woolley.
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A9 Left to Right. Row 1: en om, w , e, , , , , . . - -
D M Donald, Ledbetter, Elmore,
wlcz, Gonzales. Row 2: Borcherding, Kermode, Smith, Chase, owner, ac
Smith. Row 3: Blunt, Bertune, Lewis, Deack, Swarbrick, Petty, Seymour, Beck, Ashton, Perez. Row 4: Stanley
Devalon, Allan, Stevens, Burwick, Oliver, Hough, Aguilar, Morales. Row 5: Terrel, Doyle, Kinsey, White. Glidden
Sievert, Henry, Doolittle, Burroughs, Layne.
A9 Left to
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Right. Row 1: Clifford, Andrews, Davis. LaBoube. Paratou, 0'Gara, Ellis, Farrar, Hopwood
Dettman, Falk, Wade, Jones, Vercoe, Buroham, McCain, Beebe, Comfort. Row 3: Stanley
Raddon, Chadwick, Younger, Fiobison, Hefpner, Durgin. Row 4: Hunter, lrey, Gunn, Bivens
Voll, Yerby. Row 5: Eagan, Rihn, Ewry, Lawerence, Gaunlee, Lambert, Glaser, Bonney.
Right. Row 1: McWilliams, Van Deusen, Berfelz, McGleason, Worden, Blevins, Harris, Franz
Row 2: Terry, Leslie, Damron, Clark, Cain, Rutherford, Shelley, Tubbs, Nelson. Row 3: Wood
ruff, Rucker, Anderson, Monson, Baker, Hyde, Jung, Reck. Row 4: Teasley, Cranston, Griffiths, Williams, Young
Chamberlain, James, Dunham, White, Sweeny. Row 5: Brown, Gresback, Walden, Kless, Gavaller, Williamson
A9 Left to Right. Row 1: Haas, Hewig, Caward, Jones, Pritchard, Garheart, D'Arancette, Holland. Row 2
Sahlfrank, Cruzen, Herme, Bishop, La Bau, Adams, Cruzen, Mendoza, Retherford, Johnson. Row 3
Carver, Brock, Thompson, Melton, Swinger, Holt, Waddle, Pryor. Row 4: Rusk, Molina, Stewart, Poland, Garrett,
Merrill, Cline, Butt. Row 5: Schaer, Cooney, Gough, Bray, Johnson, Rawson, Meatzie, Pease.
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, oil and being teachers' pets, but when it comes right down to it, A.H.S. has
every reason to be proud of its "brains", They are the students who have
kept up our very high scholastic reputation.
With Miss Liesveld, their able adviser, the society was off to the hills,
instead of the usual tomato patch, for a well-deserved half-holiday.
At Christmas time the group busily packed overseas bundles for our
servicemen. As we go to press the little "masses of gray matter" are unde-
cided whether they will bask in the sun or expose themselves to the poison ivy.
Does your house need painting? just mention it to a member of a girls' A
club, and your home will be swamped with girls in levi's and their fathers'
h' mester as the
shirts. The campu
aint craze swept the service clubs.
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worried about the day after they delivered all those Sixth War Loan pam-
phlets from door to door. T
large or small.
Those shrieks the day of the award assembly were not because of a murder
ouse but because the Pequinitas won the trophy. The Senior I-li-Y,
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a little quieter, but just as proud, won the boys' A club trophy.
s took on a new blue and gold gleam t is se
he service clubs may be called on for any jo ,
t 'n to read a joke in a Readers' Digest printed
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in Spanish! Newspapers, magazines, and pamphlets give lan-
guage students who belong to B clubs a new perspective on
Other B clubs give students a chance to apply their knowl-
d and learn more about art, music, business, journ
orgforensics. Lectures, movies, and exhibits are brought to
Service to the school is not overlooked by these large clubs.
Their support of the P.T.A. drive proved this.
The B club trophy was awarded to the Spanish Club for its
Whether it's digging in the patio, speaking, "cutting a rug", writing
poems, taking dictation, shelving books, or hanging from roofs for angle shots,
you can find a lot of other people as odd as you are in one of the hobby clubs.
The C clubs promote special interests and help students find ways to
spend their leisure time. In these clubs members receive guidance and have
a chance to work with equipment
Not to be outdone by the A or
B clubs, C clubs also do services for their
Th C era Club took pictures, the Writers' Guild wrote poems, the
Scientia Club beautified the campus, while the Two-Twenty danced way
with the C club trophy.
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owall. Row 3: Clark, Turnbull fadv.J, Kennedy, Johnson, Green, Griffin.
Reading. Up. Row 1: Higgins, Tague, Weickert,.,Lynch, 'Leaf, Calkins, Blanc, Drake,
Reed, Plxley. Row 2. McGarry, Relnke, Todd, Jane, Frederlcks, Sparks, Wasson. Row 3
Richards Qadv.J, Nerison, Ingalls, Fix, Brummett, Maynard, Kcesee, Terry.
Left to Righi. Row 1: Paulfrey CAdv.J, McGraham, Ortega, Tassop
Nichols, Bartolio, Spenser. Row 2: Sanders, Hoon, Miller, Wolfe
Mount, Axelson, Hook. Row 3: Nicassio, Coniglio, Hagen, Henderson, Johnson, Hahesy.
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Kimball, Riddell, Murphy, Johnson. Row 3: Wilson, Redding, Crawford
Row 4: Neiger, Ripplef Haig. Row 5: Thomas, McCarthy, Brown, Larison. Row 6: Butler, Althouse, Greive
Wilkins. Row 7: Beauvard, Blake, Adams, Michels, Hamilton. Row 8: Baker, Sieberg, Peckham, Russell, Tisdale
Left to Right. Row 1: Davis Utdvj, Martinolich, Perkins, Padlen, Hewett
Woods. Row 2. Uhrlg, Brown, Smith. Row 3. Duvall, Ford, Safarick. Row 4
Crabtree, Sinclair, Moyer, Tubbs, West, Van Anda, Clevenger, Hughes, Kimbrough.
Row 1: Cornelius, Halbert, Carey, Spaulding, Morgan, Uhler, Farrar, Podmore.
Row 2: Stoddard fAdv.b, Dell, Morrison, Todd, Anderson, Veilh, Falkenstein
Hall, Stewar .
Row 1: Johnson, Bemiller, Anderson, Dalby, Danish, Wilon, Radin, Trumbull 1Adv.J
Row 2: Woods, Morrisey, Brusher, Kersh, Burwell, Ralnhs. Row 3: Salisbury, Whiteside
Holt, Gleason, Walcott, Ellis, Reid, Mula, Freberg, Vinson, Adams. Row 4: Sirain, Hlrd, Mann, Dolbin, Johnson
Hofmeister, Willis, Crawford, Kampschmidi, Levering.
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' bush. Slanford, Edmondson fAdv.l. Row 2: Wells, Porter, Pedrini, Baird, Parker
Carnahan, Christopher. Row 3: Sanders, Miller, Farnsworth, Crcokewii, Hudson, Hansen, Pikroff, Smuiz. Row 4
Barney, Mulick, Tilley, Talley, Slogsdill, Michels, Hamilton.
Left io Righf. Row 1: Hamilton, Bacon, Burwell, Mann, Russell, Bellert. Row 2: Pierson,
McArthur. Bowen, Qurlsen, Glass, Anderson, Large. Row 3: Riley, 0'Sullivan, Farnsworth,
Childs, Speth. Row 4: Brrlem. Blank, Bryant, Carlson, Jennings. Row 5: Porush, Emick, Tunney, Collins,
Toland, Sorenson, Wilbur 1Adv.J
Lenti, Wheeler. Row 3:
Row 1. Left to right: Johnson, Richards, Mires, Simpson, Walker, Baily, Soderberg
Tarpley, Chase, Fuitz. Row 2: Kenna, Davis, Taylor, Adams, Dutton, Feinstein, Jones
McQuiston, Rahlfs, NIcGarry, Rippie,'Adams, Barne, Doss, Davis.
Left to Right:,Vawter, Fultz, Roulle, Rohe, Langley, Whitley, Cameron, Nucklies, Xedes
Row 2: Schviiinder Lorenson, Robbins, Weliver, Garrett, McKnight, Barberr, Colvin
Row 3: McCann, Chamber, Hoar, Lee at r, Gebhart, Stollar, Glow. w 4: Shepnhird, Lewis, White, Bentine
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koff, Rice, Safarick. Row 2: Farmer 1Adv.J, Monson, Adams, Harger, Donahue,
Johnson, Lynch, Dauner, Rodekohr, Reid. Row 3: lsacson, Barrett, Kimball, Redding, Johnson, Murphey, Bettis-
worth, Brummett, Thies, 0'Sullivan.
Left to Right. Row 1: Meade, Barber, Pierce, Adams, Lapham, Park, Thomas, Shull,
Rouline, Weis. Row 2: Fairchild, Roberts, Seals, Hall, Bartholomew, Bird, Salie,
Payne. Row 3: Wetzel, Archenbrenner, Whitaker, Rhodes, Aciero, Haymond, Berwick, Daugherty, Bates, Cady.
Row 4: Stanley, Procke, Mudra, Sunt, Van Cleve, Blackshaw, Deal, McGill, Loudon, Landorf.
Left to Right Row 1 Stogsdill Johnson Radin Hirsch Berry Miller Smalley Lawrence.
Row 2: Dimmlick, Thornas, Upton, Lonergaln, Houyvink, Srnith, Montgomery, Kesteyr, McGillis
Row 3: Mayer fAdv.J, Deack, Wolcott, Glusker, Calderwood, Dikinsheet, Schworer, Emick, McCune. Shyer.
Row 4: Mann, Karma, Lamont, Cattermole, Mitchell, Braun, Drexel, Fortner. Row 5: Talley, Hird, Stogsdill
Caughan, Reilly, Anderson, Brown, Shyer, Olson, Leonard, Batchelder.
Left to Righi. Row 1: Wynne CAdv.J, Evnns, Whileside, Delen
Holi, Muse, Mula. McGachan, Anderson, Verih Row 2 Bemlller:
Malmgreen, John. Row 3: Gleason, Pixley, Burwell. Row 4: Norris, Bruns, Anderson.
Left to Right. Row 1: Davis, Blanc, Morgan, Gorsuch, Hamilton.
I Row 2: Anderson, Waison, Beltisworkh. Row 3: Coffman, Belt, Wil-
hams. Row 4: Sayre, Kelly, Sheffy. Row 4: Miner, Luttrell 1Adv.J
Left to Right. Seated: Lewis fAdv.l, Milke, Hodges, Fowler, Mehring. Standing:
Commack, James, Black, Osenger, Ellison, Hiqbie.
Hackelt, Gluskers. Row 2: Bergman, Derr, Morrison, Cusand CAdv.J, Goodrick, Himes,
Left to Right. Row 1: Poe, Reinke, Ingalls, Miller, Fix, McKenzie, Echert, Cornwell
Dumbleton, Seraba, Carlson, Oswald. Row 3: Quinnchalk, Herrill, Craven, Levisee, Wicker, Gottier, Lendberg:
Blanchard. Row 4: Carter, Pasewell, Safarik, Perkins, Willis, Anderson, Maioff, Mulich.
Row 1: Reed, Bernt, Wilbur, Sneece, McCanlies, Franz, Fricker, Pettus. Row 2
Bell, McKosky, Critchfield, Willard, Behling, Beattie, Bates, Roberts, Hoglund,
Ellis. Row 3: Shorey, Stogsdill, Graham, Cook, Michels, Sampson, Olson, Schrader. Row 4: Mild, Saucerman,
Barney, Maccomber, Bomberger, Sanders, Besse. Row 5: Wagner, Dasris, Field, Barney, Carnahan, Merritt,
Row 1: MacPherson Watson, Payne, Calmouist, Calkins, Vllelzel, Espinosa
Row 2. Sshelman, Becker, Prckham, Althouse, Todd, Phillips, Brickell, WEICKCTQ,
McCarthy, Nelson. Row 3: Murphy 4Adv.J, Dride, Norling, Mattox, Greive, Mato, Green, Cordano. Row 4'
Morgan, Rubalcaba, Jameson, Jenkinson, Woodman, MacGregor, Mata, Nelson, Andrews. Row 5: Schworer
Steffek, Burns, Bemlller, Widman, Russell, Romibea, Hooper, Ogg.
Row 1: Hoffman, Nieio, Perez, Hunierbgweson, Graffis, Brown, Gray. Row 2
Clayion, Fisher, Freeman, Harzi , Ytiung, Shepphird, Larison, Ingram, Dimmitl.
Havlicek. Row 3: Hedeen CAdv.J, Linke,- enson, Menzel, Thomson, Worlhing, Espinosa, Fetterman, Carroll
Gorsuch. Row 4: Escarcego, Tutino, Collins, Corwin, Duncan, Williams, McCelvey. Row 5: Oakley, Knox
Sfilley, Floren, Adams, Graves, Pittroff, Cook, Graham.
Left to Right Row 1 Hagen Hook Row 2' Sowers fAdvJ McGraham, Dill Quick Miller
B Johnson. Row'3: Clanton, Axelson, Lott, Hofmeister, Green., llllorahito. Row 42 Henryy, Uhler,
Guion, Carpenter, Smith, Lloyd, Pierson, Nickels.
Left to Right. Row 1: Brown, McGillis, Bruns, Holt, Del Mar, Cook. Row 2
Kemper QAdv.D, Wyland, Tegler, Mehring, Moyer, Jones. Row 3: Ward, Dolby
Markley, Goodhue, Manley, Franke. Row 4: Crumb, Sanders, Sarge, Nichols, Hooper. Row 5: Crawford, Leonard
Gottier, Olson, Levering.
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Row 2: Beckley, Offuit, Kowal, Barnes, 0'Mahoney.,, Westbrook. Row 3:
Hamilton, Eagen, Mayfield, Pifroff, Nelson, Ford, Hahesy, Tailti, Ausiin.
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Left to Right. Row 1: Dorroh, Griffiths, Bellert, Grieve, Thomson. Row 2:
Cedarquist, Payne, Murphy, Redding, Harger, Rolling, Brusel. Row 3: Adams,
Lapham, Donahue, Willard, Fairchild, Feldmann, Roberts, Radin, Berry, Gilstrap fAdv.J
Left to Right. Row 1: Hood, Newberry, Hodges, Johnston, Corfield, Lynch, Shepphird,
Bates, Kody. Row 2: Elleit, Gorsuch, Fisher, Harsiz, Wilson, Quinb, Spencher, Ruster,
Haymond. Row 3: Cromwell, Willet, Brown, Park, Brown, Seals, Somers, Erwin fAdv.b Row 4: Baltimore,
Ecquet, Rutledge, Fry, Fronfelfar, Downer, Howarth. Row 5: Jessep, Bryant, Woolsey, Emick, Llchtenberger,
Redman, Dickensheet, Blackshaw, Smith, Persans, Litch. Row 6: Hunter, Hinman, Hunter, Lunt, Miller, Zivelonghi,
Beacon, Bellert, Foulkes.
Left to Right. Row 1: Kermode, Sarasalzar, Westberg. Row 2: Perry
Clanton, Vatcher, Fisher, Morrissey, Rowe, Cox fAdv.J
Left to Right. Row 1: Muse, Wilkser, Lonergan, Heard, Mula, Larison, Thomas
Lehman. Row 2: Morden, Tisdale, Malmgreen, Evans, Unbedacht, Graham, Einum
Ratkowski 1Adv.J Row 3: Stone, Lane, Todd, White, Schakles, Vinson, La Fehr,
Wilson, Moore, Donges, Ciaro, Parker, Mulick, Eisenberg. Row 5: Borowitz, Foster,
Herson. Row 4: Crabtree
Left to Right. Row 1: Kemp CAdv.j, Apodaca, Langley, Downs, Tassop, Unbe-
dacht. Row 2: Wilkes, Horner, Fox, Hoon, Henderson. Row 3: Kimkle, Litoh,
Dresh, Coniglio. Row 4: Florin, Palmer.
Left to Right. Row 1: Dutcher CAdv.J, Meek, Marshall, Stanley. Row 2:
Kimball, Halfacre, Wintrode, Griffiths, Hamilton. Row 3: Terrell, Mires,
Timmons, Willis. Row 4: Culp, Talley.
Left to Right. Row 1: Whitaker, Dimmick, Nerison, Launer, Redding, John,
McGachan, Tague, Reed. Row 2: Wright, Butler, Terry, Higgins, Ingalls, Jana?-
Drake, Rowe, Hoot. Row 3: Fuqua, Crockewitt, Stewart, Derr, Miner, Stogsdill, Spaulding, Bertoglio, Lee
fAdv.j Row 4: Stephens, Farnsworth, Anderson, Goldie, Johnson, Patton, Veith.
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fadvj, Radin, John. Unbedacht. Row 2: Southwell, Burwell, Bertogli,,
Baird. Semester ll, left to right. Row 1: Poe. Walsh, Meek, Ross, White. Griffiths. Row 2: Raddirg, Brus.l,
Tague, Kimball, Greive, Thcrnton Cadv.j. Row 3: Harnbleton, Anderson, Farrar, Quirmback, Olson.
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For a long time A.H.S. has felt the need of a way to honor students who
are the schooI's best scholars, leaders, and citizens. Los Laureados lThe
Laurel Winnersl was the name chosen by this club., U
The club's Directors of Student Personnel were jim Baird lfirst semesterl
and Della Week lsecond sernesterl. Mrs. Thornton acts as faculty adviser.
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Looking from your class room window, you might have noticed a man,
with bowed head, counting slowly, "l, 2, 3." No, he wasn't in mourning.
lt was Mr. Betts taking some of the pictures for the annual. Evidently the
bulletin notices overemphasized the fact that students should be present for
the pictures, as too many faces appeared too often.
"Please, Mrs. Boone, can't we have a few more pages for ads this year,"
was Miss Heron's plea as it was her job to make ends meet financially. The
annual sales were taken care of by Miss Heron and her staff. No sales skits
or stunts were needed this year to make the limited supply sell rapidly.
"Do we dare put this in? Oh, please, Mr. Edmondson, he won't care."
"Why can't I use dashes? I never know where commas go anyway."
These were typical of the words which flew into Mr. Edmondson's ears at
literary staff meetings. His job was correcting and making readable the
writeups turned in by the staff, and that was some jobl
"Keep it out of the gutter!" This was Mrs. Boone's constant admonition to
the art staff. lShe meant that the figures couldn't be in the center of the
page where they would be hidden by the foId.l The art staff spent their time
painting on cardboard and then carefully scratching it off. After seeing those
handsome scratch board cartoons, we decided they weren't crazy after alll
LITERARY STAFF: Left to right: Kimball, Worthing, Carey, Grieve, Sparks,
Edmondson lAdv.l, Beauverd, Harrod, Herron lBusiness Adv.l.
Austin, Forbes, Betts
ART STAFF: Smith, Boone iAdv.J, Anderson, Cebhart, Hanson.
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bravely sallied through this year, producing a better-than-ever paper. They
are pretty proud of the fact that they really cover the news from A to Z, and
we congratulate editor Norman Anderson for being the second MOOR editor
who has held that job for a, whole year.
They've worked hard to assist the Social Science department in making
our student body elections really click. They are proud of the way the service
clubs have bought MOOR subscriptions for our servicemen.
THE MOOR went flashy on us last Novem-
ber before the Mark Keppel game. The front
page sported two colors, and cuts of the play-
ers adorned the top.
Who says we don't have one of the best high
school papers in Southern California?
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MOOR STAFF: lst Semester Row l: Hoot, Anderson, Hamilton, Lehman.
Row 2: McClain, Shyer, Dalkes, Davis, Miner, C-eddis, Stogsdill.
MOOR STAFF: 2d Semester Row l: Woods, Belt, Rowe, Anderson, Sayre.
Row 2: Williams, Watson, Sheffey, Morgan, Coffman, Bettisworth, C-orsuh
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1 Row 1: Cameron, Giron, Brown, Montgomery, Rhoads,
McPerson, Thornburgh, Arnett, Reynolds, Marvin, Mat-
hews. Row 2: Mata, De Camp, Lee, Calkins, Manley, Reilly, Troxel, Mills, Toland. Row 3: Rogers 1Adv.J,
Ellis, Johnson, Walker, Hall, Millins, Hendrickson, Seiffert, Hartzig, Reynosa. Row 4: Britt, Sandall, Jordan,
Talley, Stocker, Lane, Collins, Ward, Blum.
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9 Row 1: Kelly Caccompanistj, Speih, Royle, Retz, Kamp
schmidt, Chaffey. Harrison, West, McCormac CAdvs.J
Row 2: Sorensen, Toland, Heglin, Eagan, Claro, Burns, Orsi, Sievert, Murray. Row 3: Pittroff, Donges, Dudley
Price, Smith, Collins, Bone, Hunter. Row 4: Kniss, Mann, Wells, Hird, McKelvey, Parker, Sinclair, Pierson
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Circle 1: Little, Westbrook, Persinger, Flensink, West, Field, Callaway,
Fischer. Circle 2: Brown, Wasson, Worthing, Walden, Brinkworth,
Haldeman, Kirk, Gleason, Rodekohr, Claro, Kozlow, Pettroff, Steed. Circle 3: Wilbur, Devean, Cochran, Chubbic,
Bonser, Newberry, Backer, Tubbs, Smith, Warren, Johnson, Glusker, Reilly. Circle 4: Clampitt, Nittel, Hood,
Carver, Hunter, Mergens, Mata, Holmes, Hauert, Stewart, Ganett, Sears. Back Row: Levering, Minogue, James,
Jepson, Gierke, Taylor, Halstrum, James, Kirbey, Frederick, Stanley, Farquhar, Batchelder, Sheffey.
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STAGE CREW: lseatedl Hoon, Reiser. lStandingl Row l: Langley, Lehman,
Steele, Lyman, Thomas, Brett, Henderson, Chisam. Row 2: Monaghan,
Thorson, Wiley, Bogush.
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"This year was better than ever before." This was Mr. lVlayer's comment
as he looked back on the year's events. Of the four Alhambra entered, the
team won first place in the University of Southern California and Southern
Debate League tournaments, and second in the district National Forensic
League and Alhambra lnvitational tournaments.
Speeches given by students were very popular with the luncheon clubs.
Two or three students were presented each week, and they discussed current
and postwar problems.
The first semester award for the best all 'round speaker was given to john
Houwink, a veteran of the debate team.
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Reilley, Potter lAdv.l. Row 2: Olson, Darroh, Mclntyre, McAllister, Halde-
man, Butler, Fowler.
STUDENT BANK: Left to right Row l : Meek, Cordano, Espinosa, Morrisey,
Hollingshead, Bruns, Reiley, Wilkins, Butler, Page. Row 2: Potter lAdv.l.
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"Hey, Irene, are my eyelashes on straight? Does my dress look O.K.? How's my hair?
Oh, gosh, why did I ever go in for this? l've never been so scared in my life!"
'Where's that sofa cushion?"
"Golly, l've forgotten my lines!"
"Quit fooling around-gimme back my shoe. . .
CURTAIN GOING UP-all's quiet. .
The orchestra finishes the final strains of Overture to "Carmen," and the scene unfolds
in the living room of a perfectly normal beach house. . .but no, it's not as normal as it
looks, The air is tense with Pat's IHelen lohnl expectation of meeting her new stepmother
lBernice Bemillerl-ironically enough, her former geometry teacher. How would you feel
if your geometry teacher were to marry your father? lWe decided that for us it wouldn't
work-what would you think of Mr. Hooper as a stepmother?l Pat just can't swallow
the idea, and friction results. The whole situation is made more difficult by the coming of
Gloria llrene McGachanl, beloved child star, who is Pat's sister. As the play goes on, events
keep popping up to complicate the situation-as when dear Aunt Victoria IBonnie Evansl
is found to be married to Murphy Ijack Matthewsl, her chauffeur, who is also Gloria's
bodyguard. Finally comes the good old happy end. Gloria finds a cute boy friend and is
allowedto live at the seaside for a while, Freddie IBob Minerl lets Pat call him her "boy
friend", and Pat begins to get along with her stepmother.
The cast and Mrs. Wynne really did a good job this year, and the hand they all got the
night of the play still stands.
SENIOR PLAY CAST: ISeatedl Miner, john, Muse, McGachan. IStandingl
Whichser, Gillette, johnson, Einum, Dill, Malmgreen, Griffith, Mathews,
Evans, Hanley, Bemiller.
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We wait, nonchalantly chomping our peanuts, tossing the shells over our left shoulder
for luck-right into our civics teacher's lap. Yipel not such good luck, was it?-we'll try
the right shoulder next time. . .
When the play starts, we look twice to make sure we aren't dreaming-are those
kittens-real live kittens--being used for paperweights? ls that a skull there?-and full of
candy at that? And, ye gods-snakes! Gee, maybe l'm coming down with mumps or some-
thing-l'm seeing things.
But l guess it's real after all. As the play goes on, we see that everything fits perfectly
into the Vanderhof scheme of life-even the snakes. Have you ever been in a house where
the iceman came one day to deliver his ice and stayed eight years? Where fireworks are con-
cocted in the cellar and go off without warning? And where a Russian grand duchess bakes
Tonight you see all of this and then some.
"You Can't Take lt With You" is the most hilarious bit of nonsense we've ever seen at
A.l-l.S., and those kids really put their all into it to make it good. There's not much we can
say, but our piercing screams of laughter ought to be enough to let the whole cast, the
faculty director lMary Kay Trumbulll, and the student director know we loved it.
SENIOR PLAY CAST Row l 1 Brusher, Anderson. Row 2: Elmore, Morrison,
Paaswell, Walcott, Kvammen, Currie. Row 3: lvlula, Lott, Reilly, Creive,
Perkins. Row 4: Michels, Chamberlain, Tubbs, Wofle.
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Ever since the war started, Alhambra l-ligh School has done its best to keep
in touch with its men, and to do what it could for them. Last year we raised
S1106 and turned it over to the Red Cross. At Christmas 5l3 wounded
servicemen were delighted to get gaily-wrapped baskets from us, and 204
men overseas saw the holidays rosily after receiving unexpected gifts.
Our hats are off to the War Activities Committee, composed of students
and faculty, which so capably planned and supervised these efforts.
This year, during the A.H.S. Red Cross Week, we set our goal at one hun-
dred dollars for each of our twenty-one war prisoners. This goal was easily sur-
passed lS2940.70 was the final figurel, and the money was turned over to
the Red Cross to reimburse them in part for these prisoners' care.
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As we look back on the nineteen forty-five foot-
ball season, we have the feeling that our varsity was
a team of which we might well be proud.
We opened the season against Pasadena, and
when the gun went off ending the fourth quarter,
the score read in our favor to the tune of 'l9-O. We
were defeated l4-l2 by 'Long Beach Wilson in a
game that kept the audience on the edge of their
seats constantly. Next week Alhambra popped back
into the win columnand stayed there beating El
Monte, running roughshod over Long Beach Poly,
and pulverizing the dynamiters of Glendale-only
to be knocked off on that eventful Thanksgiving
Day by our arch rival from across the tracks, I4-I3.
As the season ended the Alhambra scoreboard read:
Won five-Lost two. We lost nothing and we
gained the admiration of all our opponents.
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The Bee and Cee teams were both powerful, but
neither finished with a clean slate. The Bees lost
only once, and then to Whittier in a game that was
decided in the closing seconds of play. Also losing
but one game were Coach Wilson's Cees. They went
all season undefeated, only to lose their final game
to Keppel to whose record they had previously pin-
ned a humiliating 33-O defeat. The large crowds
again affirmed the fact that football was still Al-
hambra's favorite sport.
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B Left to right: Row 1: Prine, Hook, Teagur, Bartolo, Morabito, Parker, Hunt, Midle
statt, Langdorf, Kelly. Row 2: Allan, Murray, Montoya, Stephens, Conde, G. Greene
Dial, Nichols, Tomeseck, Pedrini, Stilley. Row 3: H. Greene, Fiddament, Adams, Wilson, Ripley, Wetmore
Weegans, Wellington, Rhodes, Guion, Bunch, Kemp Ccoachj. Row 4: Soulanille, Ortega, Albo, Patton, Johnston
Miller, Uhler, Bomberger, Leavitt, Rubalcaba. Row 5: Johnson, Hidalgo, Steele, Quick, Gilday, Johnson, Ggther-
idge, Cosbey, Putman.
C Left to right. Row 1: Ratkowvitch, Riley, A. Williams, Colletta, M. Thompson
Harrison, Wormhoudt. Otegen. Row 2: Ashworth, J. Thompson, Johnson, Wilson
Ives, Brock, Quon, Gorham, Wilson, Bandano. Row 3: Ebaugh fMgr.J, Baltimore, Pasley, Hatfield, Young
Green, Burrows. Thungstill, Jenks, Wilso Ccoachb. Row 4: Hartman, Konzelman, Swinger, Baliam, Johansen
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The Alhambra hoopmen got off to a slow start, and the swishes of the net
were few. ln the first round Alhambra managed to dunk more hoops than their
opponents in only one of their seven contests. We lost our first four by ridic-
ulously low scores, and then lost the sixth on technical fouls called against the
As the season progressed, and Coach Kemp got a smoothly-working com-
bination together, the outlook changed. ln the second round we won four
tussles, beating Keppel, along with Monrovia, Covina, and Excelsior. This
made a play-off between Keppel and Alhambra necessary. lt was a happy lot
land there were a lotlof Alhambra students that left the gym that evening-
but why so happy? We had come out on the tail end of the score. Could it have
been that the next day was George Washington's birthday and there was no
Bob Pierson, a converted guard and very much-improved ball player, drew
the "best player" award, while Norm Miller was elected honorary captain. C
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Boyd, Dial, Tunney, Johnson, Soulaneil, Clevenger, Hinson, Costamagna, Scott
C Ives, Beedy, Quon, Wiley, Hofferbert, Wilson, Wormhoudt, Otgen, Sowers Lcoachj
Petri, Conway, Johannsen Ratgowvitch Tutino Sorenson Ashworth Kammer
man, Eagen, Voil, Perez, Davis, Avery, lvener, Johnson, Wedertz, Storey. y y '
Abraham, Bollman, Butler, Clark, Garrould, Pulver, Terrell, Sowers fcoachj,
Siewart, Konzelman, Young, Quintrell, Jensen, Ward, Hamilton.
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The outlook for a successful season for the tennis team this year is good.
Coach Kemp, serving his initial year as the tennis team's head, has five of last
year's lettermen returning. We are unable to give you the results of the Fresh-
man Cup Tournament, since the annual must be at the printshop at an earlier
date than that of the tournament, but we do know that we have in it a six
foot A9 as one of the leading contestants. Singles and doubles championships
will also be run off later in the year.
At this stage of the season the outcome is unpredictable. Alhambra lost the
opener to Whittier in a close contest 5-4. Since that, however, we have pinned
crushing defeats on Monrovia and Montebello.
Five of our first nine men have one or more years of competition left. So,
as we did in the last, and shall again do in this, we look forward with high
hopes to next year.
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A VARSITY TENNIS E2Xp1fAE3T?f SZSIZESILT 5'3l'fL'lZZ'A, 5'2i'iEL'2l, 'A'iLlZii. S851 3
VARSITY BEE CEE
Alhambra I9 Pasadena 0 Alhambra 6 Pasadena O Alhambra 7 El Monte 0
Alhambra I2 L. B. Wilson I4 Alhambra Wilson 7 Alhambra 34 Whittier 0
Alhambra 6 El Monte 0 Alhambra El Monte 0 Alhambra 33 Mark Keppel O
Alhambra 28 L. B. Poly 6 Alhambra L. B. Poly 7 Alhambra 34 Excelsior 0
Alhambra 23 Whittier I3 Alhambra Whittier I3 Alhambra 39 Whittier O
Alhambra 46 Glendale I2 Alhambra Glendale I3 Alhambra I3 Mark Keppel I4
Alhambra I3 Mark Keppel I4 Alhambra Mark Keppel 0
VARSITY BEE CEE DEE
Alhambra Opponent Alhambra Opponent Alhambra Opponent Alhambra Opponery
38 Whittier 54 3I Whittier 33 22 Whittier I0 26 Whittier 29
26 Monrovia 29 2I Monrovia 23 I 0 Monrovia 2I 23 Monrovia I6
23 Montebello 25 22 Montebello I2 9 Montebello I7 I3 Excelsior 2I
4I Covina 24 34 Covina 22 20 Excelsior 25 I8 Mark Keppel I5
35 Excelsior 28 29 Excelsior 27 IO Mark Keppel I5 I6 El Monte I2
23 El Monte 34 24 Mark Keppel 30 23 El Monte 8 27 Whittier 3
26 Whittier 48 24 El Monte 33 24 Whittier 33 I3 Monrovia I l
36 Monrovia 29 20 Whittier 25 I I Monrovia I0 40 Excelsior 28
2I Montebello 35 2I Monrovia 29 30 Montebello I3 I8 Mark Keppel I 3
33 Covina I9 2I Montebello 29 35 Excelsior 24 I6 El Monte 25
39 Excelsior 3I 4I Covina I5 I I7 Mark Keppel I9
32 Mark Keppel 27 20 Excelsior II I8 El Monte 24
40 El Monte 47 I7 Mark Keppel 37
26 Mark Keppel 29 27 El Monte 37
VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE TRACK SCHEDULE
March I3 Alhambra 3 Whittier I March 9 El Monte Relays
March I6 Alhambra 6 Monrovia I6 March I6 Excelsior Relays
March 20 Alhambra 8 Montebello I March 22 Whittier
March 23 Alhambra 5 Covina 4 April 5 Monrovia
April 6 Alhambra 0 Excelsior I April 9 Montebello
April I0 Alhambra 3 El Monte 6 April I2 Covina
April I3 Alhambra 0 Mark Keppel IO April I9 Excelsior
April I7 Alhambra 2 Whittier 3 April 26 El Monte
April 20 Alhambra 2 Monrovia I May 4 Mark Keppel
April 24 Alhambra 7 Montebello 5 May 8 League Preliminaries
April 27 Alhambra 6 Covina 3 May II League Finals
May l Alhambra 4 Excelsior 3
May 4 Alhambra 4 El Monte 0
May 9 Alhambra 2 Mark Keppel 5
VARSITY TENNIS SCHEDULE
March I3 Alhambra 4 Whittier 5
March I6 Alhambra 6 Monrovia 3
March 20 Alhambra 8 Montebello I
March 23 Alhambra 5 Covina 4
April 6 Alhambra 7 Excelsior 2
April IO Alhambra 5 El Monte 4
April I3 Alhambra 6 Mark Keppel 3
April I7 Alhambra 6 Whittier 3
April 20 Alhambra 9 Monrovia 0
April 24 Alhambra 6 Montebello 3
April 27 Alhambra 8 Covina I
May I Alhambra 5 Excelsior 4
May 4 Alhambra 4 El Monte 5
May 9 Alhambra 6 Mark Keppel 3
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The varsity track squad's hopes for a successful season are not running too
high because of the small squad which represents A.H.S. Coach Sowers has
about twenty boys out. lPerhaps he should see the War Manpower Commis-
sion.l Although we have a few top-flight performers in the field events, we
are hampered by lack of outstanding men in the sprints and dashes. All we
can do at the present is hope that with time the team will improve. Dark
horses have come through before.
The Bees show promise of being one of the sparkling teams in Southern
California. In the El Monte relays they were second only to the powerful
Glendale combine. Coach Wilson has built his team around his returning Bee
Ietterman and other boys who have come up from the Cees.
Coach Miller, of the Cees, has no dull outlook on his little speed merchants
since they have looked fairly good thus far in the season.
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B Richmond. Row 2: Bunch, Dialv, Patton, McLenden1 Culver: Quon, Horman, Russell, tfonrad:
Left to right Row 1 Burrows Wormhoudt Kemp Quon Ives Johnston Karing Anderson
C Row 2: Dooliiile, ' 'Brock, WiHiomson,YThomoson,,AIum,bz-mah, Rough, Young:
De Lude, Ram beau.
Left to right. Row 1: R. Langley Podmore Condie Litch, Molinar
Drish. Row 2: Hobbs lcoachj, Collins, Slrolshein, Vlfolff, J. Langley:
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Hopes for a successful baseball team were high this year. Mentor George
Hobbs centered the squad around his five returning lettermen, and filled in
the vacant positions with players up from last year's j.V. With an airtight
infield and a hustling outfield, very few miscues were anticipated by the
Moor nine. Alertness and team play were the keynotes as the horsehiders
showed great promise in their early games.
They opened the season with a 3-l victory over Whittier. All the conceit
was knocked out of the Moors in the next tilt, however, when an underrated
Monrovia nine outslugged Alhambra at bat, and outplayed them in the field,
to the tune of l6-6. As we go to press the Moors are well on the road to
recovery with an 8-l victory over Montebello under their belts. Bad weather
has been a contributing factor to their slow start.
The call for junior Varsity baseball came just a short time before the
printer's deadline, and though not much is known about the quality of the
prospects, we do know that there ARE prospects, and in great numbers.
No schedule has been arranged, according to Coach Hess, but games are
being planned for a full season. Again junior Varsity baseball will act as
"farm" for the Varsity.
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"Come on, you kids, we aren't going to let Keppel beat us in this game."
Those words were spoken by the girls when the G.A.A. played Mark Keppel.
Nor were these girls stopped with going to a few play days. All school year
there were spirited, fast games of basketball, badminton, and speedball. Again
the boys weren't the only ones to receive letters for their activity in sports.
The girls got their share. After working all year to keep their figures trim,
the girls gained pounds when the G.A.A. spread and the end-of-the-year
banquet were held.
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Band .......,..........,,,.. ,..... l 27 Senior Play, winter..
Bank .............,....,.. ...... l 32. Senior Play, summer
Boys' C-lee Club ..... ...... l 26 Seniors ............,.......
Classes ..s....,,....... ...... 6 6 Song Leaders .,...,....
Clubs ....,.....,,....,. ...... 9 6 Sports, Boys' ....
Debate .......,..,........ ...... l 30 Sports, Girls' ....
Girls' Clee Club ..... v..... l 26 Stage Crew .,,...
Make-up Crew ......, ...... l 29 Yell Leaders .....,
Moor Staff .,......,. .,...a... l 25
The staff of the l945 ALHAMBRAN wishes to thank the following in
dividuals for their cooperation and help:
Mr. john F. Cannicott of the Los Angeles Art and Engraving Co.
Mr. Wood Glover of the Phillips Printing Co.
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Listen, you students, and you shall hear The ringing of laughter, a charm-bracelet's tingle
The fizz of a coke and a frosted root-beer, The shuffling of feet, and a pocket's gay jingle,
The slurp of a soda, the crunch of a cone, Mix these together on all school days,
The promising sound of the malt-mixer's drone, And you'II find we're describing a scene at-
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see what Shirley,
Mary, Sally, Martha,
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"RIKKI'S are tops with us be-
cause their clothes are young
looking, easy to wear, and so
serviceable. W' e practically Iiue
in sports clothes and you
know, as well as we do, that
RIKKI'S have the choicest sport
clothes in town."
Casual Clothes for the
High School and Career Girl
for smart sportswear
'Tor distinctive Sports-wear"
'7'or distinctive Sportswear"
ll6 W. Main Street All12l11bl'8
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BEST WISH ES TO
P H O TO S
S TA N AL D E N
SPORTING GOODS CO. New location:
135 North Garfield
129 W. Main St. Alhambra AT 2'5l83
Class of 1945
H. E. WELLMAN
Quality Jewelry and Watches
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Best ot Success and Congratulations
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IF YOU IT AT
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AT. 2-8448 SINCE 1926
ITS ALWAYS GOOD
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Tom and Bill extend their
most sincere congratula-
tions to the class of l94'5,
also their appreciation for
the wonderful patronage
extended to them. May we
both be of service to you
in the future.
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The Newspaper . . .
There is no force which can re-
motely approach the newspaper's
influence in its own city. As the
mirror reflecting every facet of
the daily life-the births and
the deaths, the marriages and the
divorces, the promotions and the
bankruptcies-the newspaper is
the plastic which holds a com-
Campaigning for charity funds,
for better government, for war
bonds, Red Cross. and for various
other programs-these are the
accepted activities of the news-
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF '45
to the 1945 graduate ' I
GrISwoId S Corset Shop
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GIFTS OF IEWELRY
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The store that confidence built
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THE ELECTRICAL STORE
120 W. Main Street
CORSAGES - SPRAYS
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HELIIIBLE PIIINT CII.
l00 E. Main
l23 North Garfield Alhambra
Ng , Congratulations and Best Wishes, Class of 1945
Yours for friendly service in a "Friendly City"
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Attend the New Alhambra Business College
lThe Approved School for Returned Veterans?
242 West Main Street
CHARLOTTE L. CLARK, Director 9 Phone ATIantic 2-1445
Best Wz'shes to the Class of 1945
Quintin 89' Westberg
, 308 S. Garfield Alhambra, Calif.
THE ALHAMBRA FURRIERS A
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ALHAMBRA, CALIf0RNIA ATIantic 2-5409
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Congratulations to Class Of l945 .
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